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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 20 April 1852

lowing extietl ofl a letIer writtenl frit ilatka , speaking ft the clcven ian reClitly. cap'tittid, we find in the NeCv Ytork 1Ti11es: ,l1st S11l4113 ]lornin this vij .was 'tlrown inuto si1nite n excitenllen bv tie arival of 'rty of eleven in d11an1., who were- captied nin-l I-;nlter priz andiaro itow liev, waitiing to il badat on1, probably 1) A\I kan: as." 'I henl .i4 bit. onec Iian,' all the rest wvi:nteI :uid children, as the wariors in llfi party I:nost of themli escape~d. ( hi --Iivye b uck-.hIot lodged ini heri thighi .l'h'ey were Iearly aked, but .a vi he'-en lotenw anld every body goe., toI see them. \\'alking in the hon mock, I caie upon the lhui'se whet tieV are confie d, and ,tipli-d. Soell I set of poor' niiSLra1)10 bS svWges as thaeY arec ! Thle chiildlren lave itli unp~lea~santI SysiognomyuV-argei cheeks, dull eyes, Juw freheads; and they- appear. dC. jected and sad, it is diAtr'o'.4ing to look ,*t them. .The younger childrenl were entirely without clotelis. Tlvy IIre...

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. — 20 April 1852

POETRY, t :m the Cliar!euton News. t A YOUNG WIFE t tO lIER DESPoNVDING IUSBAND. Afid wilt thou let rnisfortune's tide With dark and angry Hiod, Break down thv noble spirit's pride, i -And chill thy life's young blood Alas! how can that ever be While I am thine-and true to thee ! 3 know thy chafed and struggling soul 1 A spirit high that scorns control A wish within-a hope of fame, .That nations yet may road thy name. . Tis known that since thou wert a boy, Thou 'st nurtured c'er the dream, Of high emprise-and that its joy Has colored li'o's clear strean. And if the world has frowned-why should You falter or despair I but think the present evil, good, And trust the future-fair. 9Qur late is linked-and thine with mine, 10or weal or woe shall be b'he same, when stars above shall shine, Or tdt:hed on life's dark sea. Where e'er thy course may lie-a wife A guiding star--still at thy side Sfound-to sweeten life '-And amnoothe its rugged tide. ':Then rise, and struggle on-a fairy formi Ut...

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. — 27 April 1852

- - - f A ~7 - ~- -..- - - DEVOTED TO SOUTHER RIGHTS, DEOCRCY NEWS, LITERATURSCIENCE ~ - ~ ~ ~ ,--"N,-. .in -e- - - L - - - -- - - VOL.Vj. ~SUM TER~IVILL E. S.-O. APIII 27, 1852. - _ _ _ _AEic~ ULITICAL, SPEEOR OF TilE NSN*JA3MMs M. I'AsoN, or VritorNIal, 0 0 in-utervention; d(eliverel in the S' nate of the United oStatt8e Ap'31,1852. 'The Senate having under con sideration the resolutions owered Mr. C0lArke with amendmeits offered by r. Seward and Mr. Cass, reafirni ng, the doctrine of nou-intervetion Mr. Mason said: Al. President: The resolutions hich iave been offered by the lion. aeble Senator from Michigan, [Mr. Ais, and also by the lionurable e6iator froin New York, . [Mr. Vard,] are directed to an oceasion tilat has passed by. They are in tendedito express the siense of the u-ited States Congress oi the ed intervention of the Euiperor1 o Mussia between Austria and Hin. Oy, onie of its dependencies. But, thoughd the beCsion is passed, these .,hoiorable Senators regarding, I do...

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. — 27 April 1852

MrER BANNER ISPUBL.ISH ED - VRY TUESDAY MORN ING BY W. J..FItANCIS. TERtMS, TWO DOLLARS in nilvaince, Two Dollars hand -Fifty Cents t the expiraTin of six inEfits,I or Three Dollars at the end of the year. No paper illseontinued until all arrearages hrcAih,.lti% ht the option of the Propritetor. AV.Adveti#ements iusertel at SlEVI N 'Y VhCenta p-r tsqtmre, (19 lines or lvsa,) for sae firt, and half that sun for eacI subsequent Insertion. g The number of insertione to he markedl on l Atihrerusetuents or tliy will be publhlishied uti ordered to be discontinued, and chiarged NDOLLAR per Fquare for a sisigle insertion. Quarterly aud Montily Advertise ients will be charged the same as a single in ton,mandsiernl-tuonuthly the l'aanel as new oanes were placed by hostile demnonstrations onithe part, of that ceutry. In his instructions, the President had fe. r t!.Ita tto tiid existing state of things. The1United States 'as then almost ie thd griiin of wheat, between the ' ipper and the neithe...

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. — 27 April 1852

We have been slinwni to-day, by Iera. Hlerfurd & Co., a solid lunip of Califtinii gold, weighing between live- aiud- six pound-t, . wortl i boIt 61200. It was picked up inl. BeckeL's gnikh,' and has the appearance of' voca- ornaitalsinelting-.-N. Y. Moeirr or iitilt Curnt g GAPs.-The Northe.n Farmevr mays that one drop of' Spirits ot'Turpentine, ill 11111L'a teas4poon ul Uf sweetened water will cure tihe gapes ill young chickens, tutrkeys, &c., CO A MMER C I AL. Iatest dalem frorn _iv'erpool, April 7. Latest dittes from -Invre, - April 5. L.ntest danes from Havana, April 14 Charlestoa Market Aii., 21. COTTON.-There wat a fair deim3nd this morning, prices continuing to range very full. The sales amounted to near 800 bales, at from 7 1.2 a 8 .1-4c.. liiSPECIAL NOTICES. IMoolantt s Gerumanu Biters. Tumax celebrated Bitters prepared by Dr. C. M. JAcxsoI, 120 Arch-st reet, 'Pliladelphia, are performing astonishing cures throughout the whole country. We rn bear witness to their cu...

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. — 27 April 1852

SCEE ANEUS. persons of fbel hsave travelled, much on this I'I ddine sphere," will keenly recog alMle trith of the fillowing, whic oed ''ii a lette from the fair corres 1nit,0 f the Now Orleans Picayune, Lizzie ~nwood,") who is riViIg an acecont of a journey up the Klississip. ere is something delightful in the noeial intercourse between passen gerf oi the Westernt rivers. Thrown t gj*1jer, as they are, they must neces tal V depend upon each other for hap. 1,0sfs6s, aid the iCree of circuinstiaces tipoi anl ae4uaintansce iagun in this vkay, tind dispenses wi klk the usual dfni of city life3. But thi re is one snd ttiongh6vihich embitters every mnomsent ohaplpphslS, and teaches us that in the 1OstajOyous seasons of our lives we it' the. most to expect sorrow and care. Sooi the gay party on board will be .*0roken Ve shall reach our stop)ping jlace and bid farewell to those whose 'soeiety has beeni to us i oasis in the 1esbrt of life. Each will take a difer ent path, and we may never me...

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. — 4 May 1852

4"04 .0., t -e NVM.. *..*.* ).,Lcs rpreo.(itOb-a t u lsti a w. Sn.TjRI.E So Co MAY4...5 - - - ---- --- -- - - - - - - - n DEVOTED TO SOUTHERN RIGHTS, DEMOCRACY, NEWS, LITERATURE, SCIENCE~ AND TIE ARTS. Wi . -oFRANCIS, Proprietor. i 01(*R9.S-..,..Tbo Adovis ce& n__---- _- *- - ---- VOL.VL., . . SUTMTERVILLE, S.C., MAY 4, 1852. ..*..**I* . F0OL ITI ALS SPEECH OF THE HON. JAMES M. MASON, OF VIRGINIA, 4 On, NoAntervention; delivered f 04e.Senate qf the United States ApiL4, 1852. isa natutal policy for a natiol that studies to be neutral, to consul with those nations engaged in th< same studies and pursuits. At th< -a'me time that measures ought t< be pursued with this view, ou treaties with Prussia and Sweden 6iie of. which is expired, and thi 64ier expiring, might be renewed." This recommendation was speedil; rollowed up 'by the nomination o his.son, John Quincy Adams, aftei wards President of the United States as minister to Prussia, having first bi his'message suggested ...

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. — 4 May 1852

T EU. 11~1 ANNER Wt PA NOIS. hW& DOLLAR8 in udvance,'M1o Dollars and flfty Cetu at the explration of six monbs, or TIrm- IMllars at the end of the yoar. go perdiscontlinued until all arrearago1 ate rAtn, urileu at the option of the Propri.tor. .aiorisements inserteal at SEVENTY. 1wv..Ien6s rr square, (12 lines or leps,) for hi firmt, and half that sum fur each subsequint. rtion. r The number of insertiona to b)6 marked oAAlld veriernento or they will be p'ublihed to be diseontiiied, alnd cihrged NFE D peI r square for a sigi V*Hin. iQu Mtoerly iinthly Advertipe menti will be.cairgod .the smne as a ingle ja sexk di " euai-ionthlj the vame as new o nes thiQitd tof such an attempt being ?hdil b the powers 6f Ettrbpu, we Wfuldt #b6inpelled to take the inost . i, Iffid'eflekient pait, and to bear Nfie Iruit of the contest."-Xfr. Poin. sit eo'iirf Clay, 28th Soptceaer, 1825. Atid:you will fiud, - in refe-renee to tfo Pauna Congess, to vliel I shall *pre~ently A eIC, that "ne (If theol...

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. — 4 May 1852

MONGREU MAitiIAOEs IN ALABAMA, -By a curious oii.ssion in the statute of Alabama, relating to marriages, it appehrs that marriages between whites and blacks are lawfulI in that State. Licenses are directed to be issued to attheirize marriages "between any fece persons in tho State"-not any free "White" persous. The question only last - season; in Montgomery county.where. a free negro luan ap pliedto.r a.license to marry a white girl, and the officer, utter taking counaol, was obliged to issue it. The penalities for refusal are very severe. Tho-omission of the word was eviden tly an Inadvertente;'but the letter of titalaw is.plaine. The rare case of an application. for such a license has diselosed the delbet, and will probably eAe it to be ainended.-Picayune. The...Mayar :in the Jersys-Funny Scenes at .Newarl. The sublime and 'the ridiculous oere ludicrously manifest in some of the minor incidents, attendant upon "the great Magyar's" recent visit to Negark. An eye witness graphically...

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. — 4 May 1852

at ilfarmecr, 3. alhardif cap yield. . a 'uitful ealra 1.AUAth I daily iaikis done, Th* etqaek't'y peaceful hoart Thou lovest not the gaudy town, 'With ith tunmultuoua roar Plenty and peace thy fire-side crowi I Add thou dust ask no inore. ioigrcaa in robe. witlh.crimeon dye Arp low coipared with thee, They are but pamnpered sonas of pridi TWu art God's nobility. S a lihou sturdy farmer, T.ad proudly on the soi. h proud and goodly her t go, hu a chugen son ot' God MISCELLANEOUS. d A. TemperanceC Joke. Jpe 1arris was a whole-so'ule mWri fellow, and very. fond of gf0q. After living in New Orleau .i rdany yeazs, he came to the coi eC1iuget visiting an old* uncli WIn.up in,. Massachusetts, whom l 'hadnot aeeh for many years. Nov 3t Pickyou know the dfferenc '*between Now Orleans and Mass chusette in regard to the use of a pen spirits, auit when Joe arrive there and found all the people ru sad about temperance, lie felt bat ig with the old song, tht .eping the Opirits up by pourin spirit...

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. — 11 May 1852

3- s DEVOTED TO SOUTHERN RIGHTS, DEMOCRACY, NEWS, LITERATURE SCIENCE ANDTHE A P'lXrojbrietor. a O t ~(fJ ~d.* V. . in ocis ClotVI-tilt ' Strf. . At Y1."- o * * SUMTERVILLE, So. C.* MAY1118 POLITICAL. Jeport of B3. F. Perry, ONE OF TilE COMMITTEE OF TWENTY-ONK. The undersigned, a member of the Committee of Twenty-One, differing front the Committee in their Report on the Act referred to them, calfing this Convention, begs leave to submit the till wiig Preamble and Iesolu tions, as expressing his views in re ganI to the impot tant matters con tained in said Report, and as to the true- policy to be pursued by the State of South Carolina in relation to her difficulties with the Federal Govern mienr. -- 1. F. PE R RY. April 29, 1852. Whereas, the Legislature of South Carolina, in consequence of the ag gressions of Congress and the North ern States on the domestic institutions of the South, deemed it necessary to embody the sovereign powers of the State in Convention, in order that the " c...

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. — 11 May 1852

h UMTER BANNER R TUESDAY XZOtL NAG OY W. J. FRtANCIS TWO DOLLAR8 lit advance, Two Dollar" and Fifty Cents at tie expiratimon of ix Mnt11i1, or Wht.eo Mllarm at the end of the year. No. paper discontinued until all arrenrngeP ar t), unles at the option of the l'roprietor. -W Advertisements insertedt at S EV ENiTY I fnts peer minuare, (12 lines or less,), for 9e 0 and half that sum for enitf aubsei(ttratmi tie intmbirof insertion to 1 manrked vrti"eu norit or they %yill be p1ub1lished : d to- be discontinued, anal dargel NE DOI!' lki.46 Alirit Nit Angld is '. Quartery tield M.ontily Aleitlsu ill ch id the Kafine aa single in an n o thie santie Is new Uo:es bsf~pondenceof3N UIsChrleston Courier. 8WAs1lNGTON, MA Y 1, 1852. '0ite! shoieks .of sian earthquake, felt att-.ifferent points- in this eity and ghboihood. on Thursday last, evi y proceeded from the South to North. Thle tremlfg lit thle w" as probably the effect of somie ne that oeenired as fir . s the equator. The shocks ' liled i...

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. — 11 May 1852

-1 ~ititt~'1 ulitv Ek I lit 4i A i tl J rIgt ritu ni t de t I ' d it I. I lit h I . i11.'Oa people will bev gratille.d ti) learn-1 that a suppyly of1 irnl ha.1 blen rteeived Imr IteG:eetiville and ('ohniialil l iil Roadt, ad that it is no0w biting" rap-idly ltid.Idiown. lii ears now run11 to Ninie ty-AN I lipot, aboutl seventl v live- aniles 1fronylt ColonII~iia. and aboutil Ihrt1. v-sixN ir several niles ai b e Ninet v-ix. and We weOie iniforietIl I theOw cirge tic C.hiit'tingineert, ('ol. ihown i, thait t he ears wo-idd be trmingw ill to)Gen ' j in abiot live ' six weeks.-The tin.ib1wis 1141w laid do41wi iearly .all tihe aylv,11and the wist-le will -mmin bei 'ars leave 0,11111i.bia at 4 1-2 A. M,-I-each Ninet v-six at. 12 iI., leave Niinety-six at 12 1-2 P. I ., ail rutpu-n to Coultumbia t hat e'venini'.' litx![ M:ATioN.--'lt Ilig-lit tof tin poputiition Iri-mi the sothi of Ire land is th1ts dCer-ibed inl t1he C'lom acl (haroniiele: "Te tide of einigratiun has set, inl thie year m...

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. — 11 May 1852

iRh nnisoamonsatack bh hashP~ lished.in th astlan, 1g-i paper, says, atnong other hg~,Atheafollowing: 'I tax .them with havihg' repeated with Benthan -a %lney, 'life is a search after h iegs '-ln stead of repeating with a4ho~e,-ito have effected great t~iTformations in the world, 'life is a ission'it is fulfilment of our duty. fihe'i with having allowed the 4fj htja people is to be regener d b fattening it- with having t thb question of humanity, in to a question of the kitchen of hu n~iity-Gwith having said 'to every uWasccoiding to his wants, and to his power of enjoyment,' instead of,' toevery man according to his love aid'the intensity of his self-expendi tQre' 1 tax wvith having, by I know n hat inactive cosmopolitism, by 1'_,ow not what establishiment of nodile"igeommunes enfeebled, oblit eiged as far as in them, lay the na. thial sentiment. As well might the iaver act \vithout its fulcrum, or the h n.ibody be made strong by dis q0itingr its organs.' Ti 'NTEGUo RACE.- Bayard T...

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. — 18 May 1852

*I 11 - fit. L~t-t - -J t - i - 'i -ll 'Ii DEVOTED TO SOUTHERN RHTS DEMOCI40T $, LITERATURE SCIENCE AND TRI ART& - . R iN1WS Proprietor. "oW-am o VOL.'~*SUMTERVILLE, So.Ci MRAY he Malne Liquor Law. AN ACT FOR, Ti SUPPIRESSION OF D1ININo-IUOUSE8 AND TIPPLINU-eiHops. #e i4 enacted by the Senate and Houseof Representatives in Le gislature- assembled, as follows: .8OTor 1. No person shall be aloged it any time to manufacture osylQ by himself, his clerk, servant o agent, directly or indirectly, any spirituous or intoxicating liquors, or any mixed liquors, a part of which Is spirituous or intoxicating, except :ha heafter - ovided. c. . "The selectmen of any town, and mayor and aldermen of any; city, on the first'Monday of May annually, or as soon thereafter as mqy ::be convenient, may appoint 5Rie suitable person as the agent of said-town or city, to sell at some central or convenient place within aid town.r' city, spirits, wines, or o604i-irtoxcating liquors, to be used f&r medic...

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. — 18 May 1852

* .rUBLISHE t . EiCRTTUESDAY.e BY W. J. FAN * . TERC~k *TWO DOLLARS Ina and Fifty Centa at the expiraion of si idontham, or Three Della#t-the end of the year. NP 1paper' dl MhAust until all arrearages are PAID.,unt 't-ton of 1h6 Proprietor. Advo 'toe insfrted'a: SEVENTY Fl Cents ' ard 0- liries o9#f7 0ttq nd tsu f r ub aU/. br of lstions to V make tinun " irg ~ EDOJ 1AR1 Pv7 r for Ihgle iner on. ua Bnonth y yAddo rti e imente will be chargeidt iamdMa a Ping :in jtp1and aem;uontbly'i.ste as new'ies i Riot Im Rltaoond. -6iih'eu uth~Side'Democrat we ielet the following particulars of the late riot in Richmond: The capitol of this ancient Domin iop,-withiiin.the .last four days, has beinz tha: scene of a nmost lawless, fero elousasd.disgraceful insurrection. f4wpo mopth or two since, an over Noer..(Mr.Jackson) in one of the to bopo factories of Richmond was killed Ia nero boy under the following uircumstances: The boy having done some poru. of his work in a careless alanner, was called ...

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. — 18 May 1852

flity-three, fifW-four anl :,a half, and forty-sIx ritillons, with soine fractions in - oh ease.. A writer. is 1837 based the Teary ratio of increase at three and w half pei 2eent, whichAvould nlake the' population, at th end of 1850, teuly1iVo millions and over. IR.'tiTO TiiM Bony OF A*DECEAS Eu mFs..-Tho Paris correspondent ofiVoNe6 York Express says. . A erions case has been lately sub rj)itted&,to the Civil Tribunal of the ScIne.' M. Appert, a tradestiai, de mnuided that he should be declared en titled to possess the mortal reinains of . thiptlfe, whodied iin 1827, and was buried in -the Cemetery of Pierre la Vfhaie. Ii was stated during the hear ing,'thiit though he had married-a sec ond tiih6, lie had made a point of an nualy visiting the tomb of his deceas ed wife, anid that on going there on last All-Sonis' Day, lie was surprised to find the toub demolished, and to learn that the eqinli had been removed to the famtily vault of M. Legras, the deceas ed's fatihef.' A good ...

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. — 18 May 1852

'SI PAGE,) Jor p it on a very sall so pkp *lch:the. moat en alo-M, and every pre4xti - RMV, Wised to'conceal them'from the WAe. Qon n* b4p searched, was ' MI * : thanu One uart in two small bottles; in aiother we're fodyil ." ti~yt1 bottles containing less t arts, concealed in a cel. , f board; in another, the liquorwas found under the floor, bti Mid in the daib-. an sorme has bWen tound i deeper concealment. TAree nonthp ago there were in tiis city several wholesale dialers in icrdbut at the present time there is not one- the AIbsle business ceised entirely, when the law went into operation. There was but one ':distillery in the State, at the time &te eniactment of this law, though another was in progress on a very largescale., Operations on the latter were promptly stopped, and the oth er- has been demolished. At the ,presont time there is no distillery in thisState. * * * -'he operation of the law in this ci has e ected a marked change for better in every department which -,u...

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. — 25 May 1852

- - - u .n 1 V.., . . DEVOTED TO SOUTHERN RIGHTS, DEMOCRACY;NEWS , ATRCI NOENIJ TILIKART.;Z NV-tJ- FRANCIS, Prop~rieor, -T VO -o. W - -. ________S_ -u il .r E,.rt..IT 11---.-- I . ,A V oainiun S. wals1te, P. i. W. P. DY JAMES M. EDNEY, EAQ., 1hili S. White, the subject of tlyie indtch, now Past Most Worthy * a triarch of the National Division of tjo:Sons of Temperance, and univer sally allowed to be one of the most distiiguishod, eloqiuent. effective and successful. Temperance lecturers in Anierica, is 'the son- of Philip and Lucy White, who emigrated from Yirginia, nearly half a century ago, and. l06nted at Frankfort, Kentucky, vIere They died many ycars since. M'r. White hnd seven brothers and twq.sisters. Two brothers only are now living,,T. J. .White, the first Speaker of the House of Repre. sentatives in California, and General Zach.- -White, a wealthy planter of ' Louisiana. One sister is living and married to Mr. Morehead, of Keene, Co., Ky. By profession Mr. W. is an Episcon...

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. — 25 May 1852

W.HEn!8UMTER BANNER is' PUBi.isn'tD M ERY T UES DAV MIORING G BY 'W. J. FitANCl. f.f T b6M-ARS inavner Two Dollars and lfiy Cents at tlie expiratIon ofeix muonths, - .r Three Dollars at the end of 'the year. -yo paper discontinued undl *.11 arrearages areIDai, unlese at the option of the Proprietor. - Advertisementsinserted atSEV ENT. - .B Cents per square, (12 lines or less,) for I the first, and half that sum fur eachi subseqoint insertion. -gW The nuonber of Insertions to be marked k an all Advertisements or they will be published until ordered to be discontinued, and charged accordingly. W ONE DOLLAR per square for a single insertion. Quarterly and Mlonthly Advertise menitewill be charged the same as a single in. !tertlon, and semi-monthly the ane as new onest - Prom the Alarion Star. P. S. Wite. 11AaRON C. 11., S. C., April 15. Ma. Eorron.-It may not be unin teresting to the readers of your valua ble journal to inform them, through its colums, of the progreV of the temper. ] an...

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