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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter watchman. — 11 October 1871

Appearance of th? JPresidcn? of the - United States in fte-. Middle of the [?rVcm.the Rew YorkSe?.] Straw?ridiog-w 'joii^sp?rt. Straw- ; tidies used to be a leading- feature ? of .the jollifications ^toVvJ?ay ; toral,ragkros t*at saoeeededithe ga ch? eri ng>Hhe goldi's . ha?#e?i?z tad the fal! threshing. Tc this day ear Jersey friends retain the ojd-time ctisicin. and with * boga Jptnlw^wa^pfi it&aj#_ ? 8i^?at;w?th a box ~weH flHerT^withj bright clean straw, aar] the lids and issses tombled in promiscuously together,' ; the more the merrrier, behind fieet horses, e/Joy a night's frolic as only the : innooV?: toilers of the harrest field can enjoy a little diversion of that sort. Straw rides form a.feature of the- 1 later fall sports at Long Branch, Vod ere greatly enjoyed by'some even who are not used to toil and labor. They b id such an event a couple of weeks ago. It was on tire Monday eveningihat ' preceded the departure of the President aird bis family on their Western-pi...

Publication Title: Sumter Watchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter watchman. — 18 October 1871

The Sumter Watchman (ESTABLISHED JN 1850.) 18. P CB l II H? 5 EVEICV WEDNESDAY . MOKNIA? AT SUMTER, S. C BY KKUStiKT "&/ FLOWERS. Terms. Vnt yeiir.?...j...<<..$!$ 00 J :?>?. m-mtli.x.CjL. 1 50 i Three ra?uihs.-.?? 1 06 i \ DVUKTISK M LJfTS iojertcd at the rate) ONK DOLLA.il AND FIFTY GENTS perj %.\*xn for XlM -lir.-t. ONE DOLLAR U>r the! -ccon l. *n?l flV TY CENTOS for each ?ubgequem n5cr;i-'?n. for am period le** than three months OlllTUARIES, TIUUUTb:.^ OF KKSPECT iij.l all eouimunicaiioiii' which subserve private nt-restn, will be paid lur as advertisements. [Correspondence of tbe Sun.] The New Warfare in Utah. THE SERAGLIO OF THE PHOPIIttT TO BK B1COKEN UP. The iVi'c* icho vlll Testify aynmsl (In Old tcretck iclcsn VfieifJustice McKmn ein (Irl a D':>?>:nt Jury?Ike P< nih n-. t 'mry or ihr GuIIoks Looming up in the Future. Salt Lake City, Sept. 27.?Con cuss nine years ago passed a srnturj const itutius polignuy in the Territo riesof'the United Starts a cr...

Publication Title: Sumter Watchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter watchman. — 18 October 1871

DESTRUCTION ! TUR TOKKAI/0 <9> F?tE 'jft CHICAGO, -v OKIHIN AXD PR0GRE5S;0P THB GREAT . CONFLAGRATION. * \,. ? .. ' _- ?*.'?? - X SIGHT OF TEUBOB. Tie Boar of tie Elem&us afed ibe Wail ef the People. The following is a report of tie Sre and its incidents, specialty described for the Associated Press by those who witnessed and fought the flames through out : Late Sunday evenings boy went into a stable on De Keren street; near the river, on the west side, to milk a cow, carrying withy bin a kerosene lamp. This was kicked over by the cow, aud the burning ftoid'Tcatwfed^faoeg-the straw. This w? the beginningk of tBe great fire." A single exririgoiaher bri the ground, ot active work by the police in tearing down one or two shanties, wOfuld have prevented the spreading of the flames; bat the engines were waited "for,j aud when they arrived the firemen, stupefied by their exertions at the first fire on! Saturday night, worked slowly end] clumsily. Their efforts were unavailing. T...

Publication Title: Sumter Watchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter watchman. — 18 October 1871

The Snrnter Watetoii?A ""wedxesdaVs OCT. jfe W. Y.PATJON - > W3iWfSS,Mfiffl6?R t?r All Transient- Advertisements, and Job Work irnut ba paid for in cashV >Tbii will j be observed without distinction. Subscriptions are also payable in. advance. :- . pf Applications for job WorYwirTbe made, at the office, to Taos. E. Flow an?. ' ; The Watchmax books are in the keeping, of W. Y. PAXTOs/who-will receipt for m >nies due and , attend to ail mat tors connected w'uh the Adver tising or Subscription departments. ^Sf Oar Adverting friends are requested to send in their favors not later than Monday.? Pay The Watchman. 'there tfre some people who have read::our paper for years. They eat and drink and are elothed (somo; o/them in fine clothing) and yet they have never paid the H'atc?aja? ono cent This is plain talk-, but it's plain and unadul terated truth, and we tell it in order that con science may get to work. Oor market is absolutely and minutely correct in figures, and may be impl...

Publication Title: Sumter Watchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter watchman. — 18 October 1871

TIT AX A3? V JUNTAS- OF TAJUNG A] I knew two friends aa much alike . ??' A* em you saw two stamps, And So Phrenologist eoold find A difference in Oheiz bump*. One took a neper, and hi* life Was happier (ban a king's: Eis children ail could read and write, * -"And talk of men and things. 1 be other took no papers, and- ? ' it\ While strbtiicf, ttrongh the wood, A tree feil dowaTipo* his rrown, And killed ?lai-^ae It should* Ha*bw be? reading of the news, At bosae like eeigh.W'r Jiw, * 111 betifoent this accident. HaCTot befallen him 1 A master passion is the lofe of news. ? Not mnsie so commands, Dor so the Mnse: j ?--;? To news all readers turn, and they eaa look | Pleased oa a paper, who abhor a book. Caan? ?LANCES, . Twas bt.t a breath? And yet a w< man's fair fame wilted, Aad friends c nee fond grew cold and stilted, And lim was worse than death. Ona,.venomed word, That struck its coward poisoned blow In ersten whispers, hashed aad low, - ArTd yet the kide world heard. 'Twas b...

Publication Title: Sumter Watchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter watchman. — 18 October 1871

LETTERN ?F BW'OIH[.*AE>? * A gentleman advcrtisednf&r a assist him in hid office, and. rngn^yT^g applicants presented themselves: l6*hjju.' Out of the whole camber, be ina shorty time selected one and distuis>ei?fc(p1rtW??! "I should like to know," said a frici|d, | ??(m what ground you selected that boy, I who had ijota^ngj^repomiueudatiou.'' ^ '?Yon nre mistaken, said ?Le gentle man ; ,4he had great many. He, wipLd his feet when he came i?, c osed tp&? dour after him, showing that cart ful. He pave up his seat i to that lame old man, showing' was kind ar.d thoughtful.. It bis cap when he came iu,'ah> qtKSfions promptly and respVpiuiy,. sliowing that he was polite and ^Wrtic manly. He picked up the fco?k v hicli | I had purp??aefy laid upon the th.u.i, ai.d j replaced it on the tabic, while all the j rest stepped over it or ahoved it aside,, and he quietly waited for his tum in- ' stead oi pushing and crowding, showing tiiat he was honest and orderly. When l talked...

Publication Title: Sumter Watchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter watchman. — 18 October 1871

T(Trr?lftl)cT?astatio!i in tbo ?orth West; ***** TORNADOES OF FIRE SWEEP OVER HIE COUNTRY. I "I FTFEN IICNWRED MEN, "WOittEN AND t'HILDiCEN H1BNKD TO DEATH IN WISCONSIN. GREATER LOSS THAN THE CHICAGO FIRE. I A correspondent of tbo New York Herald writes from Milwaukic, October 15. From vari-ma persons who have just returned from Northern Wisconsin and Wichen, it now appears the wildwt rumors and imaginings which have pro vailed, for days past, have fallen far short of the actual reality in describing the loss of life and property in these devastated regions. The Chairman of Jleiief Committee sont front this city' states that on arriving at Dashligo har bor he found a considerable number uf those who had fled from the vi lingo, seven miles up the river, many of whom were seriously burned, ami all deplorably destitute. At Peshtigo village, there remained only a few engaged in search ing for and burying tile dead. The (irr: which destroyed Peshtigo occurred on the evening of the 8t!i i...

Publication Title: Sumter Watchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter watchman. — 25 October 1871

I ?k faite jfat?im _ YOL XXII WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 21, 1871._ NO. 6. DEVOTED TO LITERATURE, iSoRALITF AND GENERA ^INTELLIGENCE. The Sumter Watcln (ESTABLISHED ?V 1850.), &?" } ?> t ? . Ml^l? V / S7?R?f j WJUr^BSOAY ITCOK A?E.;S UJ?T? R. S. I f?lLttBilT & FLOWS Terms. One year......?....:v.?.........?.r.;<~. Sir mentis.?. Throe ?oniha-.?..;.........-..>.. . \DVERTISBLUNTS iri?ertf! at the ?T ?SE r?OLtA?t AND FIFTY OENT 'qtttire for thfl^"first. ONE DO ULAR ft Sec-?o.l, and FIFTY Cr??T3 for eaeh tubs* *scrtiou, for &?v period leas than three ra OBITUARIES. TRIBUTES OF RES! .?nd all coinmun?cAtion? which subserve p nteresU, will be paid tor as advertisement! a*4)ri$mal S?oi Written for thc Sumter Watchmu love vs. Conventic BY P. D. H. --?'The new .l*y eoroej. the light Dearer for night, m dearer tb JU for faults Lived over." lu the autumn of 1864 I was c of the Medical Ex?miuir;g Board io little town.of L-. This Board composed nf thc sur^t ons of two gen hospita...

Publication Title: Sumter Watchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter watchman. — 25 October 1871

MAE TI AX LAW! St:SPKS$I<rN OP HABEAS COHOES TS SOITH CAROLLNJL. ?iiic muutie* Delivered np to tfc.e Ten? der Kercles of Federal Officials. WASHINGTON, October 18. Tn accordance with - the. geBeral ex pet, ration, the Prcsidentdast night issued a proclamation suspending the privilege ol' tlio writ of habeas corptts in nine coun? ties in South Carolina.' This step was decided upon at the last meeting of the Cabinet, aud the proclamation was writ? ten and sigued bj Grant, previous to his departure for the North. . Akermas wa> notified to proceed to South Caro? lina, and have matters organized for thc acts pf persecution to be committed under the authority of this proclamation, and he has been in constant correspon? dence with the officials herc since bis arrival in South Carolina. This proc lamation.was not issued until near 10 o'tieck last night, and was then rnshed out hastily from the Department of State, after the receipt of a telegraphic rep'Tt ? om Akerman, advising that i...

Publication Title: Sumter Watchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter watchman. — 25 October 1871

ie Sumter Waiduaait WEDNESDAY, jOCT. 25. iTyyp?XTOW - '- WSffitSS MANA6E? Bemlt Tromptiy i : ; Oar Business Manager I? tf&tr send jg accountp, throng- the ?ail, to |9: ersoos indebted to the Watch man. Th ? rocedure exhibits a mass of Meht?d ess, accumulated throngh continued ] idulgcnce. The time has com? when . wius? coffee*, and we ask prompt re? mittance, that we may be spared .the j tessity of further action. I^We cootin?e "to publie, the j berifTs Sales gratuitoasly. jar Oyster lovers-examine our ad ?rtising colomos. Fresh stock is received constant at the Sumter Book Store. fe?* Attf-ntion is direeted to the {vertised sale of Wagons^Buggies, images, Carts, Lumber, &c, by H. L. tr. Auctioneer, on Monday, Nov. 6 foy Don't forget to contribute pro-1 siens, &c, to the Ladies' Monumental waar, to be held during Fair Week I boxes and contributions to be sent Mrs. F. T. DARBY or Miss L D [ARTIN, Columbia, S. C. JEST We arc glad to announce that A. WI?ITE has just receive...

Publication Title: Sumter Watchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter watchman. — 25 October 1871

GOLDEN' WORDS. The ^erjDa Times tells the following golden ?ords : "In the success of the Democracy, we see a bright futnre for oar country j in the defeat, we see robbery, violence and oppression. If we are united, we will win : if we arc discordant, defeat is ine? vitable, and hence wc are for harmony at any cost that doiis not make us de? grade ourselves, or do things which causes us to forfeit our sell respect. We have too much at stake now, as a peo? . pie, to listen to counsel which, while it "errs on virtue's side," in our opinion, is nevertheless destined to injure usas a party, and calculated to embarrass the actiou of those men, who, whether our friends ot uot, are certainly battling tor our.rights, as States, as they make war upon thc present corrupt administration ol our Government. Trust what Time ha* Sanctioned. Ibo maxim tba: tiic voice of tiie people is thc voice of the ui?inty, may in some cases, be open to doubt, but the teslirsotiy of bone-t and cn . lightened wit...

Publication Title: Sumter Watchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter watchman. — 1 November 1871

DBM MWSW raman VOL. XXI WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 18, 1871. Tl sato o> BnnaoB Bt Dona, Fcrensea.-Vifg. NO. 38. DEVOTED TO Ll TER 4 Tl RE, MORALITY AND GENERAL INTELLIGENCE. ('ESTABL28BRJ) IN 1860.)^ Af S?MT&H?Si JO. ? BY GILDER^ & ? JtO^J?RS^ Terms. . Oneyenr......!....i7^.if......:M.~:n.......>".r..fS 00 Sit pon lbs... |.uM.i.i.-<;..;>.?~...V^.'M.rv.*~*."^ ??j Three months......?.....~? 1 CO ADVERTISEMENTS "inserted al the.fate of ONS DOLLAR AND FIFTY CENTS -fter square for the ?r?t,' 024T? D?LLARjpt '-he second, and PlPTY'-OBNTS-for?aoh *??senu.jnt nsertion. for aar period less than thrwt months OBITUARIES. TRIBUTES OF RESPECT and all com inanieations which subseire prie ?te ntereats, will be,pa>4 tor an advertisement*. A REMARKABLE EXECUTION. Particulars 0/ thc Hanging of James Wilson-His DesjMfmU?**Attempt io Commit Stride. The foUc*iog lsclbped'fYom the re? port of the hanging i of. David / Ken i;ly alias James Wilsen, at Haft-ford, Con? necticut, 00 Fri...

Publication Title: Sumter Watchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter watchman. — 1 November 1871

THE WORK OF THE DESPOT, FL I GHT OF CITIZ??iS.. /?i?? CROWDER. BUSINESS AT A STAPH) STILL. CONFESSION OF CITIZENS. A Fletare of doom. Oar exchanges teem with accointa ufj thc arbitrary and despotic work of thc Government in the upper portion of the State. Thc country is in terror and panic. Large cumbers of the best citizens of York, Spartanburg, Urion and Chester arc in jail. Business partially suspen? ded. Hundreds of women and children left unprotected. Crops in the fields unharvested. We make various extracts from our exchanges, in order to give our readers thc most satisfactory information in re? gard to this terrible state of affairs : A Gloomy Prospect The Yorkville Enquirer says : The thole&ale arrests made by the military io- thu County have had a very depress? ing influence ou business and industrial pursuits generally, and we presume such w"?-l? be the case thr oughout the entire section of the State embraced ia the proclamation of the President. Crops reuiaic it. .he...

Publication Title: Sumter Watchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter watchman. — 1 November 1871

. ? ? ? : " -^5= I jakT" ?U TransientAdvertisement*,- Md >n toi. WotXe^st bo paid for i.n. caab. -Thia ?ill fe observed' -jri.boat distinction. Subscriptions I? also payahiein. ?dranos*. ' ? " J p?f AopUcatiow for Job VoriwIUjb*tfado, k the office, to Tao?. JB. Pr^waas. ; - ?*? ." Tibe WATCSXAH-bo^kJbre io tbebeepragof W". i PAXTOX , who v?rtl reeeipt for monies ?ve and Baad to all matters connected .with the Adver ping or Subscription departments. * j^SsT* Oar Advertising friends sro requested te lad in their favors not later than Monday. ' ^S&*"* "Massas. Guma A HOFFXAH, NBWS kper Advertising A gee u, Ko. 4 South St., ?ALTIMORE, Mo., are daly authorised to contract Er adv?rtirtmeots at ont fesses* rates. AdVep fcers in that City are requested to leere their |rors.witb this b?nse." 'MSB? ELLIS & GRAHAMS' fine Bones fed Moles have arrived. MST M'r.'T. t. WESSON, from ?jble Grocery House of MOORE, JE? INS & Co., of New York, ts io town. jfjgpTbe Theatrical and Musical ...

Publication Title: Sumter Watchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter watchman. — 1 November 1871

TBE GB A VE tn TUB WOODS. Slay thy steps awhile oh stranger ! Tread not on that earthly mound, TrSe there's naught to fear of danger, But trample sot on hallowed ground. Stay thy steps awhile and ponder, Flee thy fear* there's naught to dread, Only ia that green grave yonder. Sleeps a poor Confederate dead. Do ye ask why be was buried, So far away from friends and borne t And why he WRS not kept and carried To some less secluded tomb? End it is to breathe the story, And sadder yet his words to tel!, For ir the battle strife of glory. With bis face to'ard tho foe he fell* Onwanl, forwsrd. raising loudly, The hoarse huzza-tb? battle cry, He sank to earth but whispered proudly. "Bury me boy s just where I lie." "You'll bury me boys tor I am dying, Dury me deep beuealh the sod, Bury me here where I am lying, Then leave me in the care of God." "Tell those whom I loved and cherished. Tell them bow I fought and fell; Praise thc cause for which I perirhed, Bid to them my last farcw ll." TtV...

Publication Title: Sumter Watchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter watchman. — 8 November 1871

> \ VOL. XXII WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 8, 1371. NO. 28. Tl meo Ba?aos St Doa? Percales.-Vir?. DEVOTED TO LITERATURE, MORALITY AND GENERAL INTELLIGENCE. The Sumter Watchman (ESTABLISHED IN 1850.) J! PCXLICHSC Jg VB lt $ WKBNBSDAY MOHNS*? AT SUKTilR, 8. C.? BT CilLBBUT & FLOWERS. Terms One year.-.ZX??m 00 Si? ?ontha....?.?.....'.~. 1 ?0 Three months.~.USUOU I 00 ! V DVKKTI.SKM KN'TS inserted at tile rate ?f'oSK DOLLAR AND MFTY CB?T8 per (quire for the first. OXE DOLLAR for the ace?ad. *nd Pl***"* CENTS for each sabtte/tfent nsertion, for an v period les? than three months OBITUARIES, TRIBUTES OP RESPECT and alt communications which subserve prit ate ?testete, will be paid lor as advertisements. SO LIKE A WOI?AN. "Do you lore her, oocle V "I atu too old to indu ?ge io the luxury of rhapsodies," he said with a laugh, "but I'll tell you this, Theo, I am very foud of the girl, and very well satisfied that you'll approve of my choice ". The speakers were Theodore Bligh and bis un...

Publication Title: Sumter Watchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter watchman. — 8 November 1871

THE UP COUNTRY TR Further Arrests and Gonfei Naiun of Officiating Officers an rn Given. Attorney-General Ackerman G Washigtcu. The Yorkville Enquirer, of ? has the following : The excitement prevailing ii has somewhat subsided since ot ?>gue. fciuce that time twenty-i rests have been made, all but which vere ia the country, and iufoi med by Col. Merril that ovt persons have mude confessior their connection with the Ku organization. Many who bavi confessions say they were simply hers ol thc Kan, and never t active part in its operaiions, nor engaged in raiding or the commis outrages of atty kind. Others sa were impelled to join under thr violence, while others give as a that by belonging to the organi they thought it would afford means of protecting the negroes ii employ, iu case they should be t rued at any time; aud some assen by no oil,er means Could they hav enabled io retain on their plant the necessary laboring force to cu the crops. The coofessious are 1 invariably accompan...

Publication Title: Sumter Watchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter watchman. — 8 November 1871

??y- -Jkjftsfrta.' (jj?in/i? aV^>*MaV$??> psper Advertising Ageota, So. 4 --?Joath St., BALUMORB. MD., are duly aloibarizt-d IQ contract for advertise-netts it onr lameH ratas, Adorer risers in that City are rtquustodr- \d leas* their favors with this bouse." 1 \ "T^, .;-4? .VV.' . y AUFerwonsj Indebted totke Sum?er^^ DOW wiled upon, io.teirfnesr, ?tV-^usiike payment. Longer indulgence cannot"be iriveo. Subsctipttoni. are\ "3ja? in ad? vance.-. We beg our friends io reaiettbe^ this. t&- We aro again : ioritooted to Mr. A. &*>Q.\IONS for. several aecepta'bje. budgets bf New York', Baltimore And Washington papers, ol'tbe latest dates. se^d>tt?fc'o7:goods,_'for. the present* season, are foilowiog him, i'roni the great markets .abroad. Jg?" The Musical and Theatrical Eutertaiiirncdt by the Indepepdent Brass ':Bsnd of.1 .. Swater,- <>? 'Monday e vt oing last, came 05 according -io programme, 'I be yoong performers were greeted with a good house, aad-J reflected ...

Publication Title: Sumter Watchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter watchman. — 8 November 1871

TH?fs?MTER WATCHA WED^EsDA?, ?OVEKBER 8. JOB WJRK NrATiyT?D PROMPTLY EXECU1 34T~ QR?i'iMric4 end l"ribut?-s of Respect cet - . ' ur ?me? wlu be charged for ai ad {?seater* f?. Ail rommunicaii-nj of a personal na ?. ' ich ?observe priva:? kteres-t, tnusi piid i .r. ??T~ Marriage notice? rnsered free. 17IPOKT \ > r ARREST OF COI" VI"! F KI Xi KS IX NEW YORK. Sif'y T?ton&tud Dol?an in Counter Mm'y awl a Large Number of Imk menti Captured. Col: Whitely, of the U- S. Sec Service ? ivisiun, 52 Bleeker street. Wednesday and yesterday succeeded makin" an important arrest of eoonn feite? :tttd capt tiring 860,009 in spurn money, together with a large uutnl plates, proie*, paper, inks and ot! utensils a?'-d in the profession. 1 detectives for the past year have bt "shadowing"a we'i known counterfoil named Parid Kirkbride, alias I hom alias Harris, ni as Mo.?re, 2$ years aire. On the Otb of August last th met 'M?; at the Erie railroad depot, Chambers street, and noticed him pu e!.a?e a ...

Publication Title: Sumter Watchman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter watchman. — 15 November 1871

VOL. XXII "ms?LWt?kf ' jf?RNmq /NOVEMBER 15, 1371. NO. 29. u-uwwwuwLn^^^ toTJViivwjjinjvvi??^^ r Tim?? Die??? IBS Dona Ferentea.-Vire. 3^fi?(X??fO??ITl?RATqRE. fflORlLlT? AND GENERAL INTELLIGENCE. The Sumter Watchman ( SS TA UL IS fi SD IN ISM.) lt Pt'lLllflXD KVKXV WMIWBKDAY ?IOKN IN?; f>AT SU'HTE^ C.* BY tYlhlil?llT S? FI-OWERS. Terms. On? veer.~..MM. Six month*... Three months.M.M. is 00 . 1 50 . 1 00 \DV8KTIS8AIBNT8 inserted at the rate of'ON8 DOLLAR AND FIFTY CENTS per ?taire for the first, ONE DOLLAR for the jerooJ, end F [PTY CKNT? for eeeh ?nbieaoent n?ertion. for an? period les? tain three month* OBITUARIES, TRIBUTES OF RESPECT AH<1 ?U coie'nunicntiQn* jrhiph aobnerre prlrate nt* rt? traill ne p.if.Unr ?? *?tTfrt? ?emejt?. MR. SPRIGGING EXPERIMENT, A STORY WITH A MORAL. ..Where ignorance is bliss 'tis folly to be wise." ?Til bet you ?ive dollars I cao/' said Sprigging "And I'll bet you fire dollars you can't,".said ?, emphasising the last word decidedly. The moral ei....

Publication Title: Sumter Watchman, The
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