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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The watchman and southron. — 9 March 1886

OLLA PODRIDA. ..3,..:-. . -;-: br]#or ?be Watchman and .South ron .j ?| HABAKKUK'S ANTHEM. Transposition. -* The jnighty God came from Teman, ?'; The Holy One from Mount Paran, ^^starry Heavens his glory show'd, Y -AU earth, in. praise to him o'erflow'd. ; :. Glory did issue from his side* " C^~tbe whole earth, the waters wide. Before him went the pestilence, E'en foul diseases, brought he hence. T * . Behold, he stood and scanned the earth, J And visited the land with dearth. The mountains tremble at his frown, And the perpetual bills bowed down. : How-everlasting are the ways, Of Bim to whom all nature prays. Affliction fell on Cushan's tent, Destruc??on Mid i ait's certains rent. 'Gainst rivers, was the Lord displeased, v^H?rve?geanceiell upon the seas. " - The mountains saw thee. Tay they shook, The waters, .other courses took. Tbemigbty deeps?nt forth bis cry, : And lif ted up bis bands on high. cX:^^T&eTaun"and moon stood still with fear, ro -^^rh?,"ic^ through the air, Th...

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. — 16 March 1886

TgR S?ai'EK "WATCHMAN, .Established April, IS?O* Coasolidatwl Aug. 2, 1881.1 'Be Just and Fear nor-Let all the Ends thou Aims't at, be thy Country's, thy God's and Truth's." THE TRUE SOUTHRON, Katab?lshed Jane, 1*6C SUMTER, S. C., TUESDAY MARCH 16, 1886. New Series-Yo!. V. ffe.t& Publiais! ev?ry Tassday, BY . 3STi- Gr. OSTEEN, ?g|| K_:~ SLITER, S. C. \ " TERMS: y : rTwo Dollars "|>er annum-in advance. g? ??^gqaare, Srst insertion-._....$1 00 ? ?very subsequent insertion:-...---.......-.. -50 .-. Contracts for three raon?hs, or longer will madest reduced rates. * -JAH-cooniadications which subserve private interes ts willhe charged" for as ad vertisements. Ob?toanes aad tributes of respect will be ?faarged for. ... ? BY THE LATE BUGS CONWAY* >?f:&&to.&:uCuUed Bach? "Dark Bays? - Vi. ' ?A Family Affair? Etc, r:?TT-^ \ ;t -? V. y^^-- ' "CHAPTER I iv- 1 After yon pass* tiie "Blue Anchor," tbs .-ilga of yvhich. swings from the branch of an I ^??m tree- older even th...

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. — 16 March 1886

' JSJESDAY, MARCH 16. >*?The Sumter Watchman was founded in 1850 and the True Southron in i860. . The Watchman and Southron - nev-lias the combined circulation and influence of both of the old papers, and is aanifestly the best advertising medium in Sumter._ EDITCBIAL ITEMS. The speculators have fixed thc price cotton for the present crop at figures ; ttarUagly low. Farmers need feel no - r\ uncertainty as to what they will receive fer their cotton next Fall. The price *la ts definitely fixed now as it will be ? when brought to market for sale. Seven and one half cents will be the average for the money crop of the South, and those who raise ; the fleecy staple can toll, what profit they will malo at that igore-provided this is a good cotton j?wv We hope, ; for the sake of the prosperity and welfare of the State that ?te farmers, while making as much cot? %? a*, possible, will, not forget the pc tating importance of making their own provisions. This is stale advice, but it will be...

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. — 16 March 1886

TUESDAY, KARCH 16. Eptete? oct the Post O?ce at Sumter,S. }l _ C, as SeeovA Class Matter. EXAMTTTB YOTJB DATES. -?--o We request each of our subscribers to ex? amine the address on his paper, and particu? larly to observe the date upon it. This date shows the time up to which the paper bas been paid for. Many of our subscribers will thu se? that they have paid in advance ; but there are many others who will discover that they have not." KEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Gant* Jones k Co-Sea Foam. Mrs* 0. H. Moses-For sale or rent. If. Sanders-Sheriff's Sales. .K?tional Bank-Quarterly Statement. - H. Harby-Another car load horses and - janies. J. Ryttenberg k Sons-Spring and Summer Gooda. ? Personal. Mrs. C. E. Stubbs has returned from her trip to Beaufort. Mr. J. S-Richardson, Jr., has moved to town. . x^'l?ra. ll. A. Flowers has gone on a visit to friends in Conway. j . . Rev. Mr. Millard preached in the Presby? terian Church Sunday evening. His sermon iras of unusual power and force. '"r*Dr. S....

Publication Title: Watchman And Southron, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The watchman and southron. — 16 March 1886

Full half a warm and budding day . Within a Hille grove I lay, Asd still, from noon to evening's fall . ?heard a lonely wood-bird call. 4?e wandered south, he waudered north, : ; With restless Sitting back and for?h, And still his tender, 'plaining cry Smote on my sympathizing ear; A ad still I marked him WAD d'ring" bj, ^^P|?feiH?^iB^g on,- now pausing near. ; ?i file happy hirds the boughs among L^ ^?re singing blithely as could be, Clove's Miss the theme ofevery song ; '5 - But -still that pensive melody hf? IJgoo the tranquil air. would float, A^wee?y. melancholy note, '?k "At last,- for that one sound of woe, I jeU my foolish eyes overflow.. .* t phipi so' the oirdling's grief ; And.thus, to give my heart relief, . *%oor b?rd?" I cried, "can this thing be, -- ?BssNstnrb been unfair to*thee, * 'Awi left thee single and forlorn ? From dawn to eve disconsolate, ~f .^3^. only task thy fate to mourn , . ^re-doomed to lire without a mate? : S?J> Utile one, it is not so ; Somewhere...

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. — 23 March 1886

mK 8#*BSB WATCHMAN, Established April, 18S0. Goiisolidated Aug. 2, 1881.1 THE TRUE SOUTHRON, Established Jone, 186*. "Be Just and Fear not-Let all the Ends tho? Aims't at. be thy Country's, thy God's and Tru.h s. - , . -rr n/r A -r>nTj OQ New Series-Toi. V. Ne. 34. SUMTER, S. C., TUESDAY MARCH 23, 188b._._._.___ ;|ap)ttd otttfy Tuesdays ^ ?STEENj . gp S???EK, S. C. Two Dollars per ann um-in advance. A3>Tlj(LTISXMB3?TS. Ol* Square, firetm^_$1 00 ?yery subsequent xEcs?rtion.50 - Contracts for three -moa t?s, or longer will be made-atTeduced rates. AU communications which subserve private interests will be charged for as ad vert ?semen ts. Obituaries and tributes of respect will be ''^.-{barged'for. UFE OB PEATE ! ?RF THS LATE HUGH CONWAY, Anthor^/^CaUed Back," "Dark Days* ~A. Family Affair? Etc. I TT~-- . * CHAPTER UL The next day, while driving with/ber niece, lira Cathcart was seized by a sudden ^*5|r3?e?r," s%e said, 'let us go and see Stout that., bust. Where did you say 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. — 23 March 1886

gy-g .y: .. . . - M ^?ai%?ait ai? j&iijjnni. %?fk^^ysSBAY% HASCH 23. ??$S : Tb^i Stmter Watchman was founded ?io?t850 amt the 7r?e S&xthron in "186$. The t?c?b?Mtn and Southron /now has the etwnbined circulation and |v>, .; laflnenee of both of the" old papers, and ^^?a^cinant?fest?y * the best advertising ^r:?edium in Sumter. >- "--. < ? ' ? i ? v . ^ BDITOBIAI, ITEMS. 1'-:.. : .T?Z-:- . . ^e fea^aometking is the matter with S?-; par friend, the Greenville News. It > las dropped into poetry to considerable extent?, having two gems in its editorial ^ coiram last Fcifey. When a strong ?sp writer M?ke^?itor Williams takes to ;U , poetey there must be some very moving ^i-'caasev - . '? - < ?? ;:* Coombia politicians * had;. a lively P?|lime.last'week wrestling over tie ques &-t?&Stt.of Primary vs. Convention. The advocate* of the Primaries bave won by 5 : a lar^e majority and the two candidates ^^fofjfi&jm, Messrs. Rhett and Marshall? '^';:^ri&]|^...

Publication Title: Watchman And Southron, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The watchman and southron. — 23 March 1886

... Mk. ^r^EBSBA-T* HASCH 23?. -. - - _:_ ^?V-" - - ? 5sgEntered* at th* Post Office at Shouter,. S. ' "~ C.y as Second Class Matter. BXAXRtB YOTJB DATES. j^?S ? ' -Or-:- - Wc request eafcBr of oar subscribers to ex -amine the address on bis-paper, and parties - hetty to obserTe the date upon it. %This date shows the titee up tb walch the paper has ' been paid for. Man j of our subscribers will tba* tea that they hare paid in advance; but there aremany others who will disco vet r i tiutt they h^e: not? . m . " .gggg^ggg-s UTRW ADTEKT?SB?JBKTS. .s... . Brown's ?rou Bitters. : Geo. P. Rowell-AdVertisers. ] Dr. A. J.. Chioa--Paint your Baggy. I D. J. Wins-took ont For next week. C. IL Hurst, Treas.-T.Town Indebtedness. Thoa. B. Lee, tanager-Columbia Machine Shops. ; : - - . .. Personal. _ . rr Mr. B. R.X*3h is off ag*fn ou a tour. " J?r; A. A. Solomons has* returned home. G. T. Mason, Jr., bas jost fettrrned froma trip-Kortb. Ber. J. Howard Carpenter wai tn town Yesterday. ?KvDfe!ti!ia...

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. — 23 March 1886

5-V . OLLA PODRIDA. FOfe ALI? WHO DIE. ^?"0? following poem was regarded by Ed ;: fa* Allen Poe as the most beautiful and |s touching of its lund in the English language : J l t hath been said for all who die ' ; ... There is a tear, Some pining, bleeding heart to sigh - O'erevery l?>-r; "' But in that hour of pain and dread , -Who will be near Around my humble couch and shed --. '*<?" - ' One farewell tear? tTno'U watch the fast departing ray ? x ! : - Ia deep despair, And soothe the spirit on its way With boij prayer? Wfeat mourner rou nd my coach will come . p, ?' . In words of woe. i..} . And follow nae to my long home, -*. Solemnandslow? When lying in my earthy bed f :?' Ia icy sleep, Wbx? ?ea by pare affection led U. - _ - \"WiJJ come and weep ? By the pale moon implant the rose ^?vv-Lr .. -Upon my breast, g^~- AwWft?iU cheer my dark repose,. ^^::^^ooeiy.restr " OeV ?dt&ful heart would then be keeping |g* t*ri ^?te?o?l around, A ff?ffm* g*"* HJ shrined beneath - ^?;....

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. — 30 March 1886

jj I " I SUMTER \jV^HMAS, Established April, 1850. ' ._ ?ti^?ai?atea Aug. 2, 1881.1 f^' ' ' ' I ' I ' ' ^ ^^^^^ " ^f--. ' ; ! ? ""r''j?i "Be Just and Fear not-Let ail the Ends thou Aims't at, be thy Country's, thy God's and Truth's." THE TKUE fcOUTHROSr, EstabHsied Jumr, t%#* Wj? _- -;-;---L__3^ ' . WSM SUMTER, S. C.", TUESDAY MARCH 30, 1886. New Series-Toi. T. I?. 35. |?jj? S? ? - P??l?sli?d tirer? Tuesday, r-, : " ~ , . BX . . . Gr. OSTEEN, - : SUMTER, S. C. ?sfe^ollars per as nu m-in advance. :V ADTKETIS?HS5TS. ?J; ;?^te%?are? first iasertioa.........~.....-.$l 00 ^^^.^??^s^hse^ttentiixseTt?on. 50 ' .?.Contracts fox three monies, or longer will "'. " be;:made at reduced r&tes. ^v),< - AH communications which subserve pr?Tate ^l1 Hil?ws^'wilti>e<Aarged for as advertisements. 1. Obituaries' and tributes of respect will he : V- * chargedfor. Absolutely Pure. V- ^ . : . ^is"powder. never varies. A marvel of :-v"^> ^ipnrity^strengtJi- and wholesomeness. More >ecoucm...

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. — 30 March 1886

?^^^USSDATi MARCH 80. - ^ TheSumter Watchman was, founded in ? ^^?nd the True Southron In 1-866. The Watchman and South7-on aow ha* the combined circulation and inference of both of tb>oId papers, and is manifestly the best advertising medium in Samter. EDITORIAL ITEMS. Col. W. L. Trenholm, who was made yz Civil Service Commissioner by Presi? dent Cleveland, has been recently ap? pointed Comptroller of the Currency, video is a higher oface ; that is, it has better salary-$5,000-attached to This appointment has given very gen? eral satisfaction to all parties, even the . Republicans complimenting the Presi? dent upon the eminent fitness of the I selection. Mr. Trenholm bas certainly . developed a wonderful popularity in the last few months, thanks, possibly to his prominent tnd adran oed position in op* position to silver coinage. The rail road strike continues to ex? tend? and more bitterness develops each ^yda^ Proclamations from the Govern? ors of Missouri, Arkansas and Texas h...

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. — 30 March 1886

TUESDAY, HAECH 30. I Bittered (ti the Post Office at Sumter, S. as Second Class Matter. EX?MXBTE YOTXB DATES. We-request each of our subscribers to ex 1 amine the address on bis paper) and particu I fairly to observe the date upon it. This date : snows the time np to which the paper has been paid for. Many of our subscribers will thus see that they have paid in advance ; ? bat there are many others who will discover ; that they have" not. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. E. a Howe & Co.-Oar Singer. 7y Patrick. Moran, Mortgagee-Sale. B. M. Cooper, President-Meeting. . Am. Pub. Co.-Language of Flowers. D. j. Winn-Spring and Sommer, 18S8. Estate of W. S. Brand-Final Discharge. C. M. Hurst, Clerk & Treasurers-Municipal Election. Personal. Mr. T. O. Sanders was in town Saturday. CjS^.?ol. ?T. J. Dargan was on the streets yes? terday. S-^?fiss Steele, of York, is ona visit to her ' sister, Mrs. Mc. Spann. Misses Beck Bland in g, Rosa Brand, and ?-ixz?e Corbett are visiting at Mechanicsrille. ?...

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. — 30 March 1886

|??p!^-\- - NOBODY CAKES. ^^^^'r.:??fee ??ow?ng pathetic Kaes are going the |?|||;^^ The author is unknown; Sfe?*Sf : ; totted' -with -ay bands till the long-day is .." But thera'a nobody glad for the bread I have life.1', won; . M^p^^v-^'Wxkij smiles when I reach my lone room. '-^ Nobody whispers, iLJ!m glad yon have come." ^^^^^.-vKobody lingers with tenderest care ?feSO^^* ^To.brnsh back the locks bf my damp, cluster ?BK?S>4:" . . ingbair; . say, ^fe^^r^i ^/.^nri?ng, you're weary enough for to-day iSlil^v- 's?ao?^h n>y shonlder ie bowed by the burden HBP^'~*-~- ^ bears, . ^^^?s-./r?'odl am so weary-there's ''nobody cares." r -."Father and mother are cold in the tomb, ^V^s > With brother or sister for me theie'8 no room; ? 43hSt Death seems my only attendant to be ij||^?r:' ^^For^over and friend hath be pat far from ^5?X^J"'\ Tie broad streets are fall of theyonsgaad fgfe^-v -;WJ?o.noty? me not as I pass on toy way ; 'J*'Ti&&f?kt*da??? and their bright, lov ^^^p5?...

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. — 6 April 1886

THE TRUE SOUTHRON, Established June, 1866 Consolidated Aug. 2, 1881.1 New Series-Vol. V. ??o. 36. Pdai?od O?WT Sfcesday, iBY - Gr. OSTEEN, .SUMTER* S. e. Two Dollar?^per annum-in advance. 0VSKTISEM?HTS. On? Square, first insertion........._$1 00 Erery subsequent insertion.......^......... 50 Contracts for three months, or longer will bs made at reduced .rates. - AH communications which subserve private interests will becharged for as advertisements. : " Obituaries and tributes of respect will be charged for. ADSOiureiy KU re. jh. Tb? powder never varies. A marvel of purity; strength and wholesomeness. More g ecoaoimcri than the-ordinary kinds, and can? not be sold in competition with the multitude - of low test, short weight, alum or phosphate powders. Sold only in CORM, ROYAL BAK 3 ITO POWDER CO., 106 Wall-st., N. Y. Bl m STORE --AND TO ARRIVE. BBLS FLOUR * $5.00 and upwards. 60 BBLS. PEARL OBITS, 5000 LBS. SMOKED C. R. SIDES, 12000 " D.S. 3?OO " FATBACKS, 3000 " BUTTS, 12 BOXES EX...

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. — 6 April 1886

TUESDAY, APRIL 6. The Sumter Watch-man was founded 1850 and, the True Southron itt 1866. The Watchman and Southron now ha? the combined circulation and influence of both of the old papers, and is manifestly the best advertising >; ^medium tn Sumter. H * EDITORIAL ITEMS. The Chaplain of the House of Repre? sentatives io Congress has been giving the members some good advice lately in ; bis prayers. Gambling was his theme in a recent invocation ; drunkenness vas dealt with next morning, and doubtless some of our law-makers might profit by taking heed to his prayerful warnings. Some of our c-o tem po ra ries are dis? cussing the relative merits of old and young political leaden. We remember an oft quoted saying of our younger days: .*Young people think old ones are fools whOe old people know that the young ones are fools'-; but we do not -think this sentiment at all common. Young men of even ordinary intelli? gence eau but know that their elders have had the benefit of experience as ...

Publication Title: Watchman And Southron, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The watchman and southron. — 6 April 1886

TUESDAY^ jpgll, 6. ' Entered at theP&t Office at Sumter, S. G. ? as Seeonet ijlass Matter. Sf i I YOITO DATES. n"^.-, - V. Q ' We request each of oar subscribers to ex sf *mihe the address on his paper, and partica s '. ?ar?y to observe the date upon it. This dnte shows the time np to which the paper has been paid for. Many of our subscribers, will tiassee that they .have paid in advance; liai there are many others who will disco ve? that they have not. r ?TEW ADVERTISEMENTS. S ; A. White-Seed Peas. ;?>- \ - A.l>. Ricker-For Sale. : v J. H. Karie-Money to Lend. ? \: J. S. Richardisen, Master-Sale. 'W. J." Andrews-Ice and Ice Cream. ;* A. White & Son-Insurance Agents. S- ? <? ?ouisa A". Bradford-Mortgagee*? Sale. -Y- W. ?. Stoney, Comptroller General-In "4" ;~ ??ance Licenses. X Ryttenberg & Sons-Spring and Sum? mer Announcement. * - Personal. ? ? . --- ^>Jfe^<Se?weriii is at home. .> j. Mr*.; WV B. Peebles ia recovering from her late illness. ^ , ['-A c...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The watchman and southron. — 6 April 1886

DAKSKE DANDRIDGE. ?omte?.oear Desire,; and walk with mc, We'll gather sweets and roh the bee j Come, leave the dimness bf your room, We'll watch bow, since the morning'rain, ~ The-sp" der sitteth at her loom * ' Ta weare he??jlken web again. I know a field wherebl nets" Mow Like-frost from fingers of the night, ; A?d.ey a bidden runnel grow J ?- The frail spjriegrbeauttes, Mash and white. .. .- ? ; She leaves the room and;Wal!& with me Where dance the leaflets aij Hy ; Beyond the lane and o'er the grass, A ad-down the shaded copse we pass. Wii^sw?etef Miss beneath the son Than through the wooded ways to go 1" With her whose hear* :3 almost won, And let the fullness overflow I Her voice is ringing, clear and blithe, T mark her motions; free and lithe ; - Sometimes^ he briers that lift her dress The flowers on which soe will not tread m Fay homage with eaeb nodding head, As thongh the Lady May, their gueeUj, Were lightly pacing o'er the green. - * The bluebird to roy snit gives he...

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. — 13 April 1886

?$?$^~+i* - (.'iv -j?. . . .. *HK^T^aCCKKi\CATCHMAS, Established April, IS50. lBe Just and Fear not-Let all the Enda thou Aims't at, be thy Country's, thy God's and Truth's.' THE TRUE SOUTHRON',-Kj?tablMied Jone, 39??' Consolidated Aug. 2, 1881.1 SUMTER, S. C., TUESDAY, APRIL 13, 1886; lla?an aittr Sot?te : JforitlshsA every Tueslay, . O. OSTEEN, SUMTER, S. C. Two Bplktrs per annum-in advance. A D V S RT IS S MB NTS . One Square, first i user tion.$ 1 00 Svery subsequent insertion .......v.....--. 50 . Contracts vror three months, or longer will be made at reduced rates. . AU communications which subserve private interest* wHl he charged for as advertisements. ' Obituaries 'and tributes of respect will be charged for. Absolutely Pure. ' This powder never varies. A marvel of purify^* strength - and wholesomeness. More economical than the ordinary kinds, and can? not be sold in competition with the multitude ?flow: test^short weight? alum or. phosphate tmrietti~Sotf<?iOt& cans....

Publication Title: Watchman And Southron, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The watchman and southron. — 13 April 1886

^H^^lst^mait w? Swf ipa. g^^^^^^BAS:, APBIL 18. ^^^^^^^-?iwrfer JFirfc?TNci? was focnded ^1n*T$o0 and tee 2Vae Southron In 24???* The FafcAma?i and Southron > ^?^^^t the combined circulation and iidS?n?e ofboth of the old papers, and* ,!">. _ ??. nra^ best advertising '-" V. tydixtm in Somier._ ; y GLOVERCLEVELAND. fe" ?^?^??S^bim best for the enemies .J^b?a^e^* was the mueh quoted re ^ -Ta.w^'fti^d? by Representative Bragg of :v\5^?ott^, in referring to Mr. Cleve? r-land, at the Chicago Convention. .^J^?ose who admire an honest, incorrup * ?bte. government have every reason to WS??: continue liking him for the same rea '~ o^-'?.Mr. Cleveland's enemies, excla? im r site of the Republicans are disappoint ed office-seekers, and those whose pet ;V plans of monopoly and money-grabbing ? are ehecked by hts administration. ||| J'?^^:'u?o?:?? the part of himself or : ; cabinet has provoked more wrath, or I y * called forth more abase than tba refu ||f'.?7 Si^T^;Master General Vilas t...

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. — 13 April 1886

TETSSpAY, APRIX 13. ~ !" &rtered at?e Post Office at Sumter, S. . C, <r* Second Class Matter. EXAMINE YOTJB BATES? . . .'. -o " ?We-r?queateach of our subscribers to ex --. ??tue the address on bis paper, and particu? larly to observe the date upon it. This date ?how? the time tip to which the paper has been pud for. Many of our subscribers will this see that tbtj bare paid in advance; bnt there are many others who will discover that they have cot. HEW ABVEBTISBM&NTS. .. J. -- Macon ifedict i. e Co.-Relief. Social Visitor-Free to Ladies. - Dr. Cnaa. H. Green, Jr.-Card. IL Stehle- Baker and Confectioner. Th? Misses McElbose- Fashionable Milli . X [J . C. M. Hunt, Clerk and Treas -Annual Report. " W. K. Stoney, Comptroller General-In? surance License. , Personal. HT: J. A. Mayes, Jr., has returnea to Chatterton* V^v^t?t?C; A.Flower? bas returned from her Tistt to Conway. Mr- W: C. Chandler will return to Sum men rile thii week, .ridge Moses has returned to Newberry from ' I...

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