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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 30 March 1852

.. ... -P tit it I R.. qw .*Rote~ - - t * --K- - by - "A T 7 -- -_-_ _-_ _3 -- - - - - - -- - 30 -. - -. - - DEVOTED TO SOUTHERY RIGHTS:E WS JEAUE 15E9N ' 11 -- -- - W-.J.FIR ANCIs, Proprietor. C VPL.VI. SUMTHTE RVIL L E, S'X. AIA RO ell 18 SPEEOlR OF THE XXO'. X. L. ORII, or sOtiHn CAROLINA.. On the Bill Granting Public Lands to Miaouri to Aid in Construct ing Railroads, delikred in the House of Representatives, Feb ruary 24, 1452. The House having under conside ration "A bill proposing to grant alternatW sections of land to the State of Missouri, for the purpose of constructing a Railroad from Hainibal to St. Joseph, and from St. Louis to the western line of Missouri." Mr. Speaker: I propose submit ting a few reinarks upon the bill now before the House for consideration. Ilhavo examined its provisions with great care and attention, and have como to the donclusion to cast imj vote for it. I shall, therefore', pro ceed to state briefly the reasons which have operated upon my mind in...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 30 March 1852

TH UMTER BANNER IWPUBLIsRED A3V XHMDAY MKORNIING J7. FftAN3TS. LLARS in adiance, Two Dollars and Fiftf Cents at the- expiration of six months, or Three Dollars.at the end of the year. No'1,.Vr -discontinued, until all arrearages are ns at the' option of the Proprietor. w~r- dv~ut tnents inserted at SEVENTY FI9 Ce6 r ere, (12 lnes or Les,) for, the fBst,asuidIf sum for each subsequent; gisnu ber of insertions to he markod on a Adferiments or they will be published #until ordiied- to be discontinued, and 'charged tO E. DOLLAR per square for a single Inserieni. Qua-terly and alonthly Advertije ments wtil. e eharxed.the same as a sfngfte ri: sertion, ani semi-mHi'thly the same as':iew onos' the bills passed some years ~ago, it wvas provided. that if the State sold the lands and did not construct the roadj kjlyould -refund to the Treasu ty. of th tinited States whatever noney it had received, a relation. which never should be created be. tween the Federal and State govern .auente--if foi...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 30 March 1852

L TB UlWERBANNER ESDAT IYORIING & W J. FRAN61S. IARS' ii advince, Two Dollars and FiftCents At the expiration of six months, er ThrfetD0lars at the end of the year. No'ps discontinued, until all urrearages are nAIo.,vaies as tlh' option of the Proprietor. rdVerti6ements minerted atSEVENTY. FlV qCet hre, (12 lines or lesS,) for the SstadN f tit sum for each subsequent' enmber of insertions to he marked on ments or they will be published untll oeed to be discontinued, and charged 2ONE DOLLAR por square for a single inerden- Quafterly and blonthly Advern14e ments will. b ehaarged.the same as a sfrige fri-. sertion, anti eMl-moiahly the same as new ones the bills passed some years ago, it was provided. that if the State sold the lands and did not construct the road, 0thhould -refund to the Treasu ty of th1 United States whatever lmoney it had reeeived, a relation. which never should be created be, tween the -Federal and State govern. maents-if foi no other reasons than thM universal...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 30 March 1852

,Tuz Abboville Banner of the 1oth1 inst.,.says: David Parkerson, charged I ,with - robbing the mail . on. the route ] leading from Washington to Abbeville, - was. -brought up for. trial before the U. 5. Distriet Court, at Marietta, on Mon Jay .last. He plead "guilty" to the I karge, and was sentenced by'. Judge- I Nicol; in consideration of.his youth, to i six nonthslmprisonment in the com-. rion'jail of Cobb county., . CIRCUS COhPANY SUPPOSAD TO BE Lo?T.-A-passenger in the steamer Pa itie, states - that. tidings had reached Acapulco, that a vessel had been seen ,t sea turned bottom upwards, with the lame " Orleans" painted on her stern. rhis being the name of the vessel in which Messrs. Hubbell & Ce's Olym pie Circus Company took passage, it is ipprehended that lie has met witlh dis- t ister, and all on board lost. The annual report of Attorney Gen hral Cliflbrd, of Massachusetts, shown that the whole number of criminal prosecutions in the State last year was 1 1670. There were...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 30 March 1852

'lISCELLANEOUS, A Few Thouglats onk Leap Year. Thiisis leap-year-a year which hot only 'leaps over a whole day in the calendar of .time, but in which theladies are allowed .to leap over lodg-established conventional rules, 6ud "goin" on their own particu lar and exclusive book, and make propositions for marriage to the terner sex. Without waiting to be sudd'to, they themselves may sue, noffoi beach of promise, but for a teal promise-which when carried out, will enable them to control, if hot wear a pair of breeches. All the laws which condemn ladies of a cer tain age, who have hearts in their bodies, to wait until they are asked, and - conceal their love until "con cealment, like the worm in the bud, feeds on their damask cheeks," are null and void till the first of January 1858-abrogated and set at naught, and their fair ones who have long loved silently, may now give their passion words, and the first time they ean catch their enamorate all alone, 'I'd fal tentold," which shall su...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 6 April 1852

iA#. V- -)jjj ~UJI1I~L UGIL iLA[WUY.~ ?~~~jI CIE~~ANT4 VOL 11 D-tA IWill ._ f 1 1 ,j' electing lepresenatatives, Congres: woulil at once, ''il pilt silisee" u a power expressly granted by til Constitutioan, pruoeedt to provid< ieces.sary election laws, and b% virtue of these laws, a hiiulful o people inight lawfully elect all tli Rtepresentatives to whielh tle Stat< sleUld be entitled. The consequenc( would be, that tle choiec of Rlepre sentatives, would f1al exclusively into the iiamil of those opposcd, i supposition, to the State, and oil tle side of the Union. It wiulid not help, tho in~attr, that the Legis lature shoil.1 have acteil uider awl ijll rot tioaa Iroan Convention. The. rldinallee, of Conveitiolli. Onljoinlitli he act, would be of tao higher tnIthrity than the Coansti:tioll 0l lhe State. Ilndecl, every ordinaanec 4 Coivenition, is, inl theory, : part of lie S'tatu Constittionll: lut the _..onastituti:oa of the Unait:vd States !x'raessly declares, that all law s i...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 6 April 1852

V.- .,, jr 4" r -4*1 jg- -- -;td 44 ~ - -)-kitR 4 ",44 4 4.I fit _T ~~T j* - AP ~~n~ 6ev~si .1A- 4 . LIEgy . c tiAgr diAnd d. peb te d pii hatO ~ ~ ~ ~ A 6:6MredM~~ od. t i TINGTor4 webh4 G 1852a, EI' fD &UE~ Imlve been a.' Am it of y~j~Jtter ,.-yoittiat u are nbuti, r r r''gnre 0 -1-itaaf Senatorswland i.e ,-- thugde!&aching tie i the ogialative biaeih 8erntenTA,r whlile SM .hl in -injow -wit t BYA s d W h all ndv A 'werci about _17301110 0.4-0f jWI~ diait a .n le f a resoIn Lt Ing Oygr. enators, andRe y though - not- legally. nilmer'hact kofSeces. .*6 n 14wMf bvidus, prop~riety A3 !fhi ihtet and it wMuld t~ i~ 8h tdgii'of an. einbar rt t in e1ief'n aiiel t t eongqsygve-oi ainore ac(Ivaa~rp up.se-.-to ,-rely .upon.* iL2*sahQesustncoesof., remedly-as. kte1irotetivojjeffort.of.'invokode soy 4roty;: would be strange, indecd. 1% diet 6the mneastre, i lit l d I t! u g)el it in a C0 s 0o ieu iL is condeU -re that diCoention is SovC gac n to; the,doctrines of i~ith0ai-o'nagan ui'l...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 6 April 1852

THWi SOER BANNERI NESDAY ROUIENING T-W.Y.-Fi-ANCIS.. ~eAu ~fy .st tER -h LIERS Ice wo D)Ollarl, -r.tit uniM' it the option of the Pnprietter dtW e~tisemenbts inserted at t3EV EN'I'Y .' wce4 -per -gquare, (12 lines or less,) for theRabjitthat sum for each sulaequent - nu1hber of inserlionP in be marked ats or-they will be pulitihedl SVl to be dhicontinued, and charged N E DOLLAR per uinare for a siigle . Quarterly and Monthly Advertise t win. Wibe charg.d the same aN a single in i mqionand.emi-monthly the vatne as new o:ts - reaury on his side, and his own po litical party, what is the reaulti -'Aitt'now -what is -the cause of this *idr'nmpuis'ex' nditure? Why, it ap avfo Mr, rian's speech, that 7%y la so stationed as to requre; in one case, more than a thousand .;non to accomplish the transportation *vusionS for about three thousandI Aetiyt wilds' and deserts of the -4 riito, ''a"oep-Mt Executive can squander:hess miltons on :on'tractors, and employers. has played altogethei, -a' p*...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 6 April 1852

Tll4E SU It BANNER~ AMORNING -P. W..fR-AN(tS . -- -V TERDOOR od'FifOL.Aenisa rin nthsf~~'w lol .0. - * -9 U WI a I . ofthr. l i rerIan, unleim'it the option of the Prioprietor My"~tertisements inasertedl at 8EV E~NTY. F.Ceits per-square, (-. lines or les,) foi thie Arut, ati.laaltthat siun for each subseqeni *insertionl: - ArW-The number of instertions to be markei '.L ..oi- A rtviraeements or rtlany will be paabhible %ltl-ordered to be discontinutied, ani churger N E DOLLAR per sqnare fir a ingih lnveutn. Quarterly aisd Monthly Aelvertise o Wumfna'Will be charged'the Pamc aN a uingle it P sarotn, and.uemi-monthly the saune an new o:e - treaury on his side, and his own po litical -party, what is the result * :And'hnow -what iuthe ecauase of thil enormous expenditure? Why, it ap pears frouq Mr. (3ornnn's speech, thil ,ti .qgyt* s 8s sstatonted as to requre in one ease, moro thian a thousam .TnOn to acconplish the tralnsporlattio - pt .'.isionS for about three thousand intlie. st -ild...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 6 April 1852

10 Al I SAV.-Mis Antoinette L. brown, a gridute. o'college, tai liited bnil prialhitl iur a ..comgregatint - in Boston a tew Sundays agso. ier text was front 1st Corinthians, 14th chap -ter, 3405: 'lAt your: woinen keep milence in the churches, fir it is not per onitted to theme to speak; for they are cprutvained to be uncder obedience, as also saith the law. And it' they will leUrI anything let them asvk their hits umds at hone j;r it is a shane fpr womeen to speak in the churches!!' When Miss Anttoinette practises what sho-preaches, we would be glad to read one of her sertnons in print. *.TM ART UNION. CAE.-The Cites tion of the ConstitutionalitV of the ::Art Union Lottery.is now before the Court in two actions,' in two separate CaseS-one brought by a private in dividual and it subscriber, inid the oth. er by the District Attorney, on the part of the State. The Herald says the questioi will soon be determined by the proper court. FRUIT DksTROYrn DY FROST.--hle Oncinnatti Gazette s...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 6 April 1852

Do AS - SaY.-Mis, Antoinette L ' iN&wn, a giiduata'oeollege, tallti &,' prtiached fort-e .cotngregathn - it Boston a fiw Sundays ago. - Her tex * tvfruar-dit:curinthinne, 14th -ehiap ter, 34#,5 -'ILet. your i womnen keel uilenlti1 the churehes, for it is not per 9*itted to them to-speak; for they ar egtmntafided to be under obedience, ai also saith the law, , And if they wil r4i pny.thing let them ask their htie 4&ds 1a'Aiome!ybr. it is a shane A' W""-de to'speak in& the chutrche!!' Whoii Mili Antoinette practises whi sliepreaches, we would be glad to reas one of ir sermons in print. - . '9A~s t pr:NION. CAsE--The qtues 4on.f, h0. Constitutionality of th .iAiqtUniou. I.ottery 'is now before th< Voitrt in two actions, in two separat< cases-one brought by a private in 4vidual and a subscriber, and the oth er, by the District Attorney, on th< p -of the State. The Herald sVa the.wquestion ill soon be deternined by the proper court. VtInkT D'sTROr1 DY Finosr.-Tie...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 6 April 1852

-7bLIQgiS lipanepar Z~.p -.Lnga Ofiloizap s M sttHkidit peuliarity in our e Adoro..ies gen e a prpentsi o heavy, pro. s.s 6po9heap.-tnrl indefinitely long offlpialwpap This' extreme pro. LYE f )t' and one, too, .50,o~rme I altogether. * jgdq ure but little thought at t ti bn on'the part of our puL. h1|feet thi, and the people diman ii of them. L-iok at thOistznjutjority of our E xecutive \tgs edgStaterand National; look aQ egr.3 %hieh proceel from t'aaQus depattments; what mon. a rous4dooments-how extremely e1Adbtatebhow -utterly regardless of nil [bidiiation for the reader ? The infnatj Mhich' is intended to be conveyed t4 the masses is these an nuat 'cpistIds is lost, and few, comn par atipeari better or wiser for their 'x uspages of our Presi denn ovehi-.ave long been ~afo~r .tifeirprolixity. They 6 e extremely given to inconi t en'y of$words, and so singular is itf myaogeOto pursue them, that tleItv becomes quite famous for 1vtgegifVed a "thing so laborious. An dlookaG ongres3-a...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 6 April 1852

MISCELL aNEOUS, Vron ih' State Rights Republican. 011r Punbtic Meln. Long Speechs-Long Offlcial Paperu. -A most strikinv peculiarity in our RatesCmen an:] official dignitaries gen ei'ally, is a propenity to heavy, pr-. s9 speeches, an' indefinitely long official papers. 1hIis extreme pro. lixity is a great fauilt, and onle, too, triat slit1d be reforne I altogether. It would require but little thought and attention on the part of' our pul ho men to cleet this3, and the people should demand it of them. , mik at the vast majority of our Executive Mfessages, State and Natio:alh look at the reports- which procoe I from the various departments; what iii. strous documents--how extremely elaborate- how ntterlv regardless of all consideration fonr tite reader ? The information which is inten-dedl to be conveyed to the masses is these ni nual epistles is lost, an' fFew, (omI par atively, aro better or wiser for their emission. The messages of our Presi dents and Governors havel been proverbi...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 13 April 1852

. M. W 1 0 . -IA C S r lostt r - 4 '7 r * -ii6- r> .. * ...-- . V.01* f F PE\TOED'T SOUhERN UGJIS, D~fO~tXCY,~' SWS,_ITERtURSINEADTL ,f MISCELLANEOUS. romi thje Sotuthenij Patriot. necitotes of the Chief Justices. In - roading the lives of the Chief 4 Justices of England we have been ainused with.the anecdotes mentioned of.themn by Lord Camplbell. Th1e folloviig we have gleaned frem his adtiirable book, and give them to outn readers instead of atn espny on the value of the Union and the Vlangers of secession. ',TWhe Chief Justices of England, before the revolution which banished tho-house of Stuart, were too often bad mnen, Who disgraced their igh positions, and becime the instruments of tyranny. But English history is W111 6f fou deeds, in Church an( Stlte, oil tho Bench and. in the Army, from the sovercign to the peasant. There was scarcelv a King or Queen of Ergland he)fore the seventeenth century who did not 1particil)ate in soe horrible crime. ulut Our -ohject, at present. i...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 13 April 1852

rjE4jMRl ANNER ai re5~spHiso 1 M * iUE.DAY 1UORNIIN BY W. J. FRANCIS. T E RYI TWO DOLLARS in'advance, Two Dollars and Fi'y Cents at the espiration of six months, er Throb Dollars at the- end of the year. 146'zapr'discontinued until all arrearages are bAdnlens at the -option of the Proprietor. dversmemnts inserted at SEV ENrY. A. Cents r square. (12 lines or less,) for ppM.Otst, and alf t:at sum fur eath subsequent The number of insertions to be marked om a Advertisements or they will be published Uatil ordered to be discontinued, and charged 3 NE DOLLAR per square for a single ,1spriton. Quarterly and Monthly Advertise a.fi Will b charged the same as a single In sertion, and semi-monthly the same as new ones Coirespondence of the Southern Standard. WASHINGTON, April 3, 1852. B1Xoth H1ouses were engaged on Fri. ljr on.: the private calendar. The Senate all day debated one bill. The e ude passed more bills and despatch. e4.qore business than any day during t ssont Both Houses adjourne...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 13 April 1852

W :SCdsN LEGISLAr UR .-T1he bill abolishing the death penalty was killed - fir thL-1ouse on ti 22d uit., by a vote of-35to 27. A bill exempting Church propefty from taxation was.refised en- m giiissnent-by 52 to 11. The House P by 51-to 13, voted to submit to the " peonpl .the propriety of submitting ' bienniatl: for aiinual sessions of the Le- W Ir gislature. 'AsEO OF R.IN, SNow, IIAl., Fo0. B i is. caused by a cloud moving ar into a stratum) of cold air, by which its " particles are condensed, and run into e drops too heavy to float inl the atmos- " phere, Sinow is produced by the cloud t becoapuing frozen before its particles p hav." collapsed into water. Hail i4 A euused by the fre'Czing of the drops III ter they begin to lill as rain. Dew is A the filling of the vapors of the day when they part with the motion in th'e cool of the evening. A Fog is a cloud g, floating. on the surface of the earth, and R a Cloud is a fog floating in the litios- di phere. ..g ' :,V..de UN.LES SAM'...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 13 April 1852

s E TRY, la~y doet time' Gdirs Propone0 ? ' N 11YNIAR LI'C"l. BY A SIUnlNJ wAIN. Wh~T~iy dwJi't the grid 1r0nis, ( Say d waith they-would begin! I've donned lny Sunday -suit each day .ince tIl neP.w year enme ini, A--d trained ioy new onwuslache Witll Cale, 'Anid wt:t the~am ru'hy a h,,oe, Anil aniOtd at every pIssime lair; But still they don't pirpm ! I've vaitod patienty aH long1 , ethiee g yt st in vain. But' now-l fear there's otieiltng wrong, -For leapj)year's comeg again, A d nit a sigle otkr yet N. 'Soot he lily mIanly woIes, Oh; dear i my heart goes pit-a-pat Why don't the girls propose But I've inade a desp'rate vow To say no Iady "naty, Ty10i only hope i- left One now (f& 'Rhed olie " ling'ring ray; The girls alike agree to this, Thiat I'm the best of beaux, Trhe cotmpliment to ine wh:it bliss, Kthey would but propose - ~... 'Penlties. -The penalty of buying cliea) clothes, is the same as tait of going to law -the certainty of loosing your suit and having to pay for it...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 20 April 1852

DEVOTED TO SOUTHERN RIGHTS, DEMOCRACY, NEWS, LITERATUR, SCIE ATD T A . 3. F .LANcIS, Proprietor. n . - -OT I To* SUMTERVILLE, S. C., APRIIL20,l 1S52s PA T. T 'TI T hw0n n i. - - -~ [From the Sou:hern Siandard.] 4 -,-The Conivenationl. 'The election for members to aSouthern Congress, held in Oc. tober last, called to the polls every freeman of South-Carolina, who was entitled to exercise that constitution qjprivilege. 'They were told that tie Qccasion was momentous in the hlghest degree, not for the reason that the judgment of vters was to W .taxed in the choice of a particular candidate, 1'ut because the election involved a principle, that a mighty crisis was impending over the State, dhmading the application of the sovereign remedy of separate Seces sin- and to decide this grave ques ti'on the freemen of South-Carolina were called upon to cast their votes for, or against the candidates who advocated the policy of that measure. It will long be remember ed what stirring appeals were ...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 20 April 1852

lE~SUJMTER BANNEa EVERY TUEMD0AY ImOlNING [nY %V I IV1ANCr!+-' T 'WOIDLLA Rjiua aiace, Trwo Doulbs Vind Fifty CensL. ti 11: exprlatian ufuix *norithis, 1or Ie DallarA at he ewd of the year. dici'anued utitl all arreunaeN ire ,XW), unles at thu option of the Proprietor. g"'Advertisemen inseriedl at S1-'V16N l'T FIV1 Cents p-r epare, (1 linkem or Ils,) for the first, and half that Hs fur ecli subseqilent insertion. g-r The nimnber of insertiohs to4 be marked ni a Adcvertisementa or hey will bez puilisII untit ordored to be discunillued, amil charged accordingly. gg' ONK DOLLARl per iutaare forn single insertion. Quarterly and Montitily Atlvertise Swits will be charged the saine an a single inl oV&tion, atii semi-moEttily the santlie an ne w onln14 a'tasastic tail Rostd ce hag. Pursuant to a call made by the . ton-. S. I Heed, aintendant of the k'on of Anderson, a large and highly otr1igt andiet, -o'mposed t* both sexes, assembled in the (tiurt louse on Friday night, the 2d insb.1 ...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 20 April 1852

TIE SURTER BANNER Tis PiiIsE, EV Ei's' li'I'U 1C IE 'tilt 1 i It N IN Gi Itll, W 1 1-'11\1 'TWO ic I.L A R %IS inldac.''wlll~r and Fill'y ( r'-nt :It t eiv ratio st'tl l six 144In 1 s, or 'T'ree- lhettiir at olie entil of* tite vveur. u :tl .:tiei t t disnt in l jitl l ti retiriate juic r-n Ad iierti.-irnents ntru < 'at s liN l'Y -nii 'i t I It .I 114-. it i! Elill I ll' otll Pr ippr ieti F'I-, 'cnts p, r silmtro. (1-2 linev- itr le.-.) 6rea the first, a di inWll that 1t1n lor v-ach 1bileinent onerii,. a.0 The he r i l' i is o lit 6! narke, im nil At t-rii,- -ts i r he-i y %%in ill hI . iuillit I until ordered to bI disconintied, and elmilt accordhivt. g/e ONKL I. per slinare trll sini-t:. insertioin. Qitrierly1114 n 3el 8onibly .\h luise '=eslt nill Ile chai il he mu measi iin.. hi - Nm ail n I ic IIemi-mIo thyII I thIe sani e as nle w otos, Esas111amilastic Itmail Roard Mieet Pursta. to a c all nutile by thle Son. I "-. ti led lintenth'it 4 (ILe Toi of Andertn ge ar 11n4i hihlI...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
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