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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The watchman and southron. — 31 July 1883

?v ... - WATCHMAN, Established April, IS50. "Be Just and Fear not-Let all the Ends thou Aims't at, be thy Country's, thy God's, and Truth's. THE TRUE SOUTHRON, Established Jane, 1868. Aug. 2, 1881.1 SUMTER, S. C, TUESDAY, JULY 31, 1883. New Series?Vol. II. No. 52. subserre private for as advertisements, respect will be C^eofitractst for advertising: ^3&*aktwnr or apply at OSTEEN, . Business Manager. dear w lfe stands, Sower of all, slender, snow-white tjf^petaled blossoms fall. jr^gbt pales, in the setting rine-^reathed' porch she when the day is done. love-Ht eyes, :h sordid pelf life's most precious simply for?myself j r lairest flower of"all, ^amxfr'i snow-white blossoms fall. CALAMITY. browned Near . .""-iV ~:r '.s?l llieifej; July?.] . Jjeen visited by an which has caused ap of the some forty years gepGsbion party com ^J^lbe congre ;=*f^?rpus Christi pleasantly Grove, near fourteen miles , and bo leaving the 4*0 hundred people end of the pier wait re <m' the barge to The...

Publication Title: Watchman And Southron, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The watchman and southron. — 31 July 1883

3be Tru& was founded Southron in W&ckmanr and Southron circulation and of the old papers, and the best advertising about twenty in Bennetts throughout the ?eweefrnumber 190, Sonth 29. a?uOw at Cairo Thursday* et? J???ppeared at Kostoc ?*Jw4eata* tote occurred. 31a Smith of Greese county, Vir ^Eflr*^ ?eaxt just a* be was band to swear that his tax :^e*inreet./ ' S&woraao of a circus recently face downward and was L because she was too heavy &tgM&t? Bdge?eldv men are County for Bob who burned Mr. Colt , has this playful appli es 'I saw a Wind wood none ever saw bus ire seen him saw/ examina tiou of teachers schools in Marlboro only five applicants euY accused of pride would be their in iu the United States two million eggs a year x loud of paper used [MngiSH* Crump, daughter of one v-v ?5SeRB?u?bers of a ship-building firm %f^o^)phia. was drowned at the liaanairtg of a new steamship, ^aaaiket wagon containing three 'v -||a?:atr89k by a mlroacl train Pa., and aH the...

Publication Title: Watchman And Southron, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The watchman and southron. — 31 July 1883

rti?K This "date which the paper has : ^ of our subscribers wiH o^tei paid in advance; ;^^ers who will discover 3^ for a supply '? Treatise on the Horse wilt give one of them new subscribers who vm cash, aod aH old sub - is due and renew fi? another year. The contains a vast of great value to ?very a horse- Come in and jfmwe. they are ali rare. Florence Hurst^ if&?g?ufjvF?Jsom.-' & B; BIyVtswoTtfc, Coanty. .-_. . . .. -Shelters?Livingston r?Final" SetUenjent, hasretnrned from her; Marion Sanders left SjWiihiiii i ' ^ ?ofreif ReT, W. E. Rice, is on e.; bas returned from expect* to leave to *pfaassretrip North. has retansed from his *?d SmithvUIe. of Columbia, is vistt tof tfr.l.'tf- Jennings. , ? and family are on a County. ?11 at home on va ?o? oF#r. W. W. is^iticg freinda in telegraph operator -dayaago from a trip to S3 IdW Edmunds, iDarlington on a visit .pastor^^jp^'?isjiopviHe ' the Methodist night, ladge Bland ing fog beeo^gjie.i ?be w risiting Jbr a while. He , and say...

Publication Title: Watchman And Southron, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The watchman and southron. — 31 July 1883

best. MINN 2 IC QCIXX. |The following fine UttiC poem was nn hated to the Koine (Gi.) C ur> paper says the authoress is ye: a sehe d p: "with several years of keens' : ?? ce:ap!c Above the storm tossed billows S:es A bird with snowy bit.;?:? A bird with sad and tender eyes? And finds no land-? no reit. The raging main boils up in nrj The waves roll high au.i white: The p&!e moon peer; through parted cl : With weird aal mystic i5g.hr. 0 bird. wi;h sad a;id tender eye?, 0 bird, with snowy breast, A home-bound vessel onward flies, 'Tis seeking land and rest. The angry foam gleams broad and white Upoo the billows' crest. 0 ship, beware of storms to-night.' 0 bird there'll seen be rest. The lightnings fi :sh along the sky. The surges boil urd fe im : In vain the sailor stratus his ^ye To see the lights of home ; In \<iia upon *be foremost mas: A weary land lira lights. 0 ship you skim the deep so fast, Alas, the stormy nigL;j ! With snowy pinions spread once r^ore Above the bil...

Publication Title: Watchman And Southron, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The watchman and southron. — 7 August 1883

"Be Just and Fear not-Let all the Ends thou Alms't at, be thy Country's, thy God's, and Truth's." 'SS TRUE SOUTHRON, Established June, SUMTER, S. C.,' TUESDAY, AUGUST 7, 1883. JSm Series-YoL HT. So. s. c. . annum-in advaoce. fi?n'kxn^TS.. >1 00 irate rand notices ofV 5SK iio?>: of the Manning terwwi at the re? ce^of same fib-i Wak *. jlawer, ? ^^^Seerr?yeat-- j year. "5 ??enr-. n.. 5" - Bverjyear--. tow?rit, le?reetfountains ; Every yeer Every y i,we*M barn it, Bvery?year-, fl ||g?p^xveiu, % ?train, . %r. \ ; . Beery, year, lengthen fkst, siies are more n cr cast <ta Henry, ^ipy ftr Statesman of the Rtvdtdion f ' J-:^^M?^r^f^^Ty ~ *~ Orator. ^B???? ? ^ Ckrtelan Herald j t^HB^;?oae <i?pe in the year I856;j ^.?^^ring article eotkled -Mr j ^^y^Scjc^?B?7 vas originally a bar' ^pfcii?fl* ?nn marritti very yoong ' jj?BQilHi? ?nt? some b asi ness, 00 ht |?^?ttV ^ a bankrupt befar :: ^jPKmont. When! was abocl 3 'Si^Jp-of ?fceen, I' thc echo J ? tjti ffty fir tho m?lrrr at Willia...

Publication Title: Watchman And Southron, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The watchman and southron. — 7 August 1883

AY, AUGUST 7. ?^Watchman was founded ^fy?e\ Southron in Watchm<Z7i and Southron the combined circulation and of both of the old papers," and ij the test advertising in Somier. have been failures in the shoe in Boston, New York, Baltimore ?Chicago and other places daring the Inst two weeks. The Columbia Register has discover edin answer to a question from anti ijttsriaos that Isaac Holmes was Lieu Governor of this commonwealth 1790 to 1692. The New York Herald among its ; recen t items of 'personal intelligence/ ive the following: '?Jrs. R. B. lyes and her husband are in the city, on their wa jr to Saratoga.' An unkind j -cn* indeed. m '? v ? . i Severe! fashionable churches inj Northern cities ' have announced that j 2 / they are closed for the season. Fash- { ionable religion cannot stand hot weath ... zr. What it is going to da hereafter, in Sa unaciimated ??tate, only heaven ?know?.-Texas Siftings. The Ed'gefield Advertiser tells of a : > prominent farmer of the Ridge who s...

Publication Title: Watchman And Southron, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The watchman and southron. — 7 August 1883

?TJBS?>AY, ATFG?ST 7. ?? the Fast Ofic e ai Sumter, & ?#C., as Second Glass Matter. ?YOUKBATES. ?m^oes&ejmof our -subscribers to ex le the address on bis paper, ?nd parti ca? to observe the date opon it. This date rs the time n> to which the paper has paid foe jfcmv of oar subscribers will Ve that\tbey have paid ia advance; ara sway others who will discover to Subscribers, arrangements -for a supply 4tDt?& j/??ewialPs Treatise on the Horse and will give one of them ?rpo- all nev? subscribers who in lash, and all old sub Qi pay ap what is due nod renew for ' another- rear. The work abd contains a "vast itioD of great value to every VsWns a horse Come in and t and get a copy before trwy are all "ABVKBTISEMENTS. ^?*?rf^S:; A. Nettles, Prin ?Gx" Thorpe. Oil Co. Hoof ?? ?intmeot-American aa to. s, S&r^?wtrict No. 1 Chairman, i^foshall & Co., Charleston, S.' Cutlery, ic ?rg, Successor to Wm. Glaze, i^S. C-r Jewelry and Fancy Goods. Jacob Geddings, Dec'd-Final i o...

Publication Title: Watchman And Southron, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The watchman and southron. — 7 August 1883

MORALS ?ND PHILOSOPHY. R^ViC. C^B&OWtf, Editor. g-V'SeK??Bg for strawberries ready to eat, ' Finding them fragrant, large, and sweet, H What do roo think, f l'on nd at m j feet, ' ia^bogreen hill-side ? n sparrows 1 the canning things, on hack and breast and wings, with the dignity plumage brings, their four mouths w ide. ? o wer to watch my prize, ^ Watching their motions with eager ejes, ' Dropping my berries with glad surprise, ' A plain tire cry I heard : Aad,looking np at the mournful call, ^ TspiedgSQ a branch near the old stone wall, -J Tire jiitar little mother-bird. v With grief and terror har heart was wrung, And whale to the bough she elong - She felt that the Hres of her birdiing* hang On a still more slender thread. % r^.4A^|??fie," I said, "if yon only knew,? ; That my heart wajUender, warm and true V1 . Bot tbe^tboughr that I loved her birdlings, S foo, Nerer entered her ?mall brown bead. And so thr?ngb this world of ours we go, jg oar bardens of seedless woe, a h...

Publication Title: Watchman And Southron, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The watchman and southron. — 14 August 1883

g^^if?***^ .... r ^ -, . ? . t?HTKRWATCHMAN? Established April, 1850. Aus.,?, 1S81.1 I , I ?I i lBe Just and Fear not-Lst all the Ends tbott Ains't at, be thy Country's, thy God's, and Truth's." THE TRUE SOUTHRON, Established Jone, 1866. SUMTER, S. G., TUESDAY, AUOTST 14, .1833. Sew Series-Vol. ill. No. 2. TDK Publishing "*?*?^J^;-" ?CM? : -in ad vanee. _$1 00' . 'Bths, or longer will which subserve private for as advertisements. of respe?twill'bei ^tributes and no?ces of deaths pub- j * contracts for advertising Sot?hren, or apply atn N. Qi OSTEEN, * .Business Hander. come and kneel low at $Bod%reat tears of agony, iring one single pfeg to me, lifoot?f its |oiet heat. ??beaf-auy w^rd*yon spoke, e Sound of your melodious ?e through and make my but ?ow the spell is ?l>g^j|^fe^^mtpg brow and* speak to ^tj?fvndiie hi alway," refoso--I woald not trust you, now. 'pxfty me, writhing in caress, and I sbould'know -out the dregs, of j - -JV 1 IfoJd my Land again. mair's love, a woman'annd...

Publication Title: Watchman And Southron, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The watchman and southron. — 14 August 1883

f TOMDAY? AUGUST 14. TU? Sum?er Watchvian was founded ?m lSSO *ai the True Southron in ^^^^^?l^li^cilwa?. ?H<? Soutltron . new liss the combiued circulation and Mesnee of both of the old papers, and ? manifestly the best advertising medium ia Sumter. - " ? new steamboat is to be placed on the river to mo between Camden and "Wright's Bluff, OD the Santee. Tie Mayor of Anderson fined a white f j. wno $5# for giving whisky to "a mao of known intemperate hajhits. An appeal vis taken. * Be?. A. Coke Smith, pastor of Trio - f'^it?Chqreb, Charleston, is spending the .Sommer is Toronto, Canada, for the beseSt of his health. Tho caterpillars have appeared io the Sen bland cotton. There is nothing bat failure of crops reported, from every ; ^ aeefiew ef this State now. ' John Robinson, the Porter of the - Kr* National Bank of Charleston, who ^ ; gained great eredit five years ago by - catching a thief who was running off . with $20,000 of the Bank's bonds, has been'detected in stealing s p...

Publication Title: Watchman And Southron, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The watchman and southron. — 14 August 1883

^^|^B?aEBE??Y> AUGUST 14. ||&?*e? mt the Post O?te at Suinter, S. Pillia <** $ga*dClass Matter. Ife;: BXAKIKE YOT7B DATES. |pS?Wfc request each of oar subscribers to ex ?flamme the address en his puper, and parties Bpn^ta observe the ditto upon it. This date ? shaw* the time up tor which the paper has PWd^*- 3I?BJ of oar subscribers will E thos see that they have poid in advance; P bat there are a?ny others who will discover ; ? , $rOTtnnnw to Subscribers. $7*':;Webave made arrangemen ts* for a supply * :ef Dr.BU. Kendall's Treatise on the Horse ^M^jl^IMf^?fTj and Will give one of them ftf?nV?- premium to aH new1 subscribers who PC Jay. as ia advance sn cash, and all old sub ^sesieer? wb? pay up what is du? and renew their tubso^^OQ for another year. The ijS??ffKff^^'^ work and con tains a vast ^r~:1g/?^^ of {Treat value to every &;^wi?? wno owns a horse C:me in and ^^??btand getacopy before they axe all f||fADV?KTTS?M??NTS. ^Safe-R- W. DnRant Sheriff, ff '^%0|??l?tary...

Publication Title: Watchman And Southron, The
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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The watchman and southron. — 14 August 1883

?KISHJN, M?8ALS AND PH?L0SOPHY. / Ew.aa BROWN, Editor. THE GOLDSN SIDE. -. ? - Tbere-tsmany arest io the road of life | ... ?f weonij wonld stop to take it : And many a tone from the better land, * Sf the querulous heart would, make it ! 'ggy Tb ?be sunny soul that is fat! of hope, : And whose beau tifa I trust ne'er fa ile th fe? grass is preen and the flowers are ; % > bright, . Though Ae wiot?y storm prevaileth. rtii Better to hope, though the clouds hang k>w* : . : .v Aa* to keep the eyes still lifted : > - -Tet the sweet blue sky $ will soon peep through, ^.Wbeo the omin?os clonde are rifted ; *- there wa3 never a night wither i1 a day, --Oran ?vening wimont a morning. And the darkest hoar, as the proverb ?B. I? the hour before-the dawning. Th?re'?s many a gem ra the path of life, . .* Whkh^we pas3 in our idle pleasure, That is riebet far than the jeweled crown, : ? " Or ti^ miser's boarded treasure ; It may be the Jpve of a little chiW, . : '? 0r* mother's prayers to ...

Publication Title: Watchman And Southron, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The watchman and southron. — 21 August 1883

g^^if?***^ .... r ^ -, . ? . t?HTKRWATCHMAN? Established April, 1850. Aus.,?, 1S81.1 I , I ?I i lBe Just and Fear not-Lst all the Ends tbott Ains't at, be thy Country's, thy God's, and Truth's." THE TRUE SOUTHRON, Established Jone, 1866. SUMTER, S. G., TUESDAY, AUOTST 14, .1833. Sew Series-Vol. ill. No. 2. lt ? f . y, -BY Wi and Southron Publishing Company, SUMTER, S. Q. annum-ia advance. Sqnaxe^?at iii8ertion-....^..M......$l 00 insertion..._........... 50 months, or longer will which sabserve private foras advertisements, tributes of respect will be : and notices of deaths pub con tracts for advertising and Sovtkrox, or apolv at Jl ?. OSTEEN, Baseness Manager. WHILE. >FOSD. lr wen ii cannot be tor tong, i l have it. so-it is too sweet ijaJittte while about your neck*_ is trod: to death beneath your ^ ?? . lei not fore-knowledge of his tate tbe-san-brigbt splendor of your is brief, and be is only yours A little while: . ?tbeciv To-dajSod gives os all, rlord oformccsand of pow-is...

Publication Title: Watchman And Southron, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The watchman and southron. — 21 August 1883

TUESDAY, ATTGUST 21. - The Sumter Watchman was founded ?$185& and the * True Southron in ?866, *The Watchman and Soidhron .now has the com hived circulation and influence of both of the old papers, and is manifestly the best advertising medium in .Sumter. > Sam Lee, tim weH-kuown colored politician, is in Greenville. Boston uses one hundred gallons of water a day for e3ch inhabitant. Business failures for the week num kl??; Southern States 23. The New York Greenback Couren tbs will meet at Rochester on Septem - lier 4. Eight thousand weavers at Ashton tJcdei Lynne, England struck for in? creased pay. Twenty-two students of the Univer? sity of St. Petersburg, Russia, hare been sent tc Siberia. About six hours of - slow? drizzling rain on Tuesday morning effectually settled the dust in Anderson for the first time since spring opened.-Jour? nal. I The Columbia Register says three circuses will visit South Carolina this Winter. This is good news to the small, boy. and the people ...

Publication Title: Watchman And Southron, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The watchman and southron. — 21 August 1883

^g^pj^Y; AUGUST 21. -^S^tM^ ' " ' "~ at Sitviter, S. ^^^^^pf Second Oats Matter. ^aB^^^R^ eae^of^^r^l^scrtbers to ex B??tW*ddr?as oa h? paper, and partica ^to^kserretbe date upon it. This date ?gfcJjbe, time up, to which the paper has ?Ufc^?arv Mas j of oar subscribers will ??KSI* tba* ; they bave paid in advance ; ?g^?Rtereato many others who will discover Ip^p?taawr made arrangements for a sappi j ?^?r. ?.j; Kea?an's Treatise on the Horse will give one of them ^J^Mi ^ V *^>>'irrl'n r*-^ nrrt ?H old sub ^^WW^ ?te J*?T nP 1in,t ^r aD<* wnew g: t^jfe^?rip?oo for another year. The HHIBfeTl Sind irrl irnrl' uni rnntiirr r vast ^?W><'i^?<|?tf ? ?Ult i? of great value to every V- JWW^S^Wl1 "" " Dor9e- Com? io and ^g^^Sjg^w|.fH"a copy before tbey are all ??^^^^^B^W?/-Diamond Shirts. ? STtpB^^**** Co.-S. S. S. ^tajfowjjfoll 'Pi j ni " i Tili Ointment ^pgQDWRBmoocf % Bridges to be Re I; ^^??-*Bro.--Wilson Lightning Sew ^M^^AaAew-Reataojant. Fish. Oyters, KgjudrH. Sanders, ...

Publication Title: Watchman And Southron, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The watchman and southron. — 21 August 1883

fif?GlQN, MORALS AND PHILOSOPHY. - Bev. C. C. BROWN, Editor. OUB OWH. if I had known Sn the morning Bow wearily all the day The words unkind Would trouble my mind ? i ?aid when yob went away, I had been more careful darling, : Forgiven yon needless pain ; I "Bot wo .Tex "our owu" : With look and tone For we may cerer take bade again. For though in the quiet evening You inay gire the kiss of peace, - ? : Yetitutigat. bo That never for me The pain of tbe heart should cease. .Hov many go forth in the morning That never come home at night 1 - And hearts have broken Por harsh voids are spoken _ Thai sorrow can ne'er set right. We have careful thoughts for the stranger, , And smiles ?or the sometimes guest ; i Bot oit for Motown" The bitter tone, Though ve love uour own" the best. Ah, lips with the curve impatient ! '- 'Ah, brow -with that look of scorn ! *Tvereacruel fate Were the night too late To endo the work of the morn. Sunshiny Husbands. SX &SS. MA3GA2BT E. SAXGSLEK. ~V?e read ...

Publication Title: Watchman And Southron, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The watchman and southron. — 28 August 1883

g^^if?***^ .... r ^ -, . ? . t?HTKRWATCHMAN? Established April, 1850. Aus.,?, 1S81.1 I , I ?I i lBe Just and Fear not-Lst all the Ends tbott Ains't at, be thy Country's, thy God's, and Truth's." THE TRUE SOUTHRON, Established Jone, 1866. SUMTER, S. G., TUESDAY, AUOTST 14, .1833. Sew Series-Vol. ill. No. 2. ^^^^KbBaiiol eresy Trwsday, ?BP&X"-BX TBS-?. ||?:JRite?iB?* mid SontkroH PuUishing life Company, g'- SUMTER, S. C. Kp?' - ?- J" TERMS : Infers per annum-io adraace. 0Cri/' ^^^Nfcd^^^tbree months, or longer will ?. * ' -*e ma&e*at red aced rates. AU communications which subserve private interests will be charged for as ad ver tisemeots. |gf^%-^?toa? will be >lf??ia^?iwl?3Pes and notices of deaths pub-? For job work or contracts for advertising at ?^ ^^Gfifctto N. G. 0S7EBS, . Business Manager. '^Soldiers of fheliost Cause. T^jRjl^??iijj nl?i iTiir^ poem i read at tboVirunkm of t?? veterans of Warren con nt y, ^5 ^?t?^-teW at Warren too, N. C. It was ??-''^.^yq^Mti? by re...

Publication Title: Watchman And Southron, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The watchman and southron. — 28 August 1883

m TUESDAY, AUGUST 28. r Watch ma a was foeud ed and the True Southron in 286$. ' Watchman and Southron mia the combiued circulation and nee of both of the old papers, and aa&estly the best - advertising y?i??ttosio Sonder.. \ ~ - ?' . ' - '? ' : - ... .. TS? eotton croo, so tarin sight 'is 6\8?4,21$ bales. . - . ? Two bales of new cotton received at Memphis, Tenn., sold at 25 cents per .. Mes. Owe? and Paymaster Brown ' : airsick with yellow fever at Pensacola ; r; :V&eo.Tfcush^ Quartermaster, is dead. % ^.?^first; bale of new North Carolina, eetton sold io New Zork at auction at : $| cents ; rt classed strict middling. Joe new Ri?raoot? & Dan ville syodi ceteha ve secured control of the Mern frais ? Charleston Road. Itnas been suggested that a reunion ?feof the survivors Of Kershaw?s Brigade be held is Colombia daring fair week :. 7 xs November next.-Register. * Stonewall Jackson's war horse Fancy, now SO. years old, has b?e? ? presented . by the General's widow lo Gene...

Publication Title: Watchman And Southron, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The watchman and southron. — 28 August 1883

! ike Post Office at Sumter, & Second Class Matter. ' W^ llVf I I I "SOUK BATES. y?^feoesteach of our subscribers lo ex K^Wne address on bis paper, and parties wy to obserre the date opon it. This date MtiPS tbe time tip to which the paper has eeo paid for.* San j of onr subscribers will ?ire see that they hare paid in advance; ?Vtkere>are maor others who -Trill discover nos. ITBW.AI^?ETISKMEI?TS. CA A Solonmas-Notice. cf Thanks. W S Yate?-Stop, Read and Consider. IJ Wilson, Wedgefield-Insurance License. .?fieTjjft^IjBFar-Academy Opens Septem i-jQ^^^^kUs, Palmetto Iron Works, >c. Hi%%ade arrangements for a supply ^^^?Bdaira Treatise on the Horse M?f?0K3es, and will give one of them (?W??ti^o aR Dew* subscribers who J?S5&z>ce in cash, said all old sob ??abo pay np what is doe* and renew subscription for another year. The LJt standard work and contains a vast tof in formation of great raine to every who owns a horse. . Come in and beaad geta copy "before they are all ...

Publication Title: Watchman And Southron, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The watchman and southron. — 28 August 1883

Us $affii?& m&l$ ANO PHIL?SOPHY, B?v. C C. BROWN. Editor. , . _? _ A PBOBLSKT. Study and Sed were brothers j Ked was older tfaaa. Sandy ; ;:V Aod tbej vere bosy dividing A-stick of pepen??ot candy. v Se?? was earnestly drying Toe ikeihe division true, Aabe-marked the-place with a fish hook ~ Where the stick ought to break in two. fcv.t, alas, fot^?e Sandy . And bis poor painstaking brother ! ?tea? and short divts?oa f?-^Qho? piece lotter than the other ! - ;: Ked gravely looked at the pieces ~A?d tb?r?qolte unusual length, And be wrestled with tba problem With all his mental strength. ^nd^ at last, be said, '?Oh, Sandy ? v.-' I, can make it come out right, If I taketh* piecethsj.'3 longest, And bite^f just one bite." ; Their four eyes beamed and brightened At this plan so very bandy,, ?f disposing of the problem And distjjbcxing the candy. So Ned ate- the pieces even 'Twas the simplest wsj to do it ; - And be ch sated fitt?e Sandy Aid they oet?her of them knew it ! ' Lazy Ch...

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