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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 25 May 1852

French pA* r",heititois the recent decision.Of -en 'eapitalists in favor of a railroaddfr6in Iordeaux to Bayon ne, on the frotier of Spain. iThe con elusion of this rond wilL open a' direct continuous tiiunication through the centre.-of- 'Europe, from the frontier of Spin 'to Paris, "Brussels, Cologne, Hunover, Berlin, Dresden, Munich) Oldinety ' - Vienna, Posen, Breslau, C aow, and Warsaw, and from the hitter. to St. Petersburgh, when the iMlroad now constructing between the two cities shall have been completed. The Hon. Thomas II. Benton has published a lItter, stating that his #iumination by .the democratic conven ti -et Oipoa .Gerardeau, Mo.. was unauthorizdd by hin, and that he is not a candidate yet; that he- will not submit to a nomiiation by any- caucus or convention, but that he would per sonally address the people at Jackson on the.15th inst., and is determined to run. as a cindidate for Congress. on his own resonsiility. E .T PRESENT POSITION OF THE TE. UAUNTEPEc TREATY.-...

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. — 25 May 1852

?"TIWPauper'n Bhuy'i. The following lines too truly delineate hogetJeId -indlifferenco Witi %thicli ithe pno remains of those who are born o suffer are hundled into the Jave: Uury him there No inatter %'ohere ustie him ont or the way, 4Trouble eonugh W'o have with suih stuf, -ixas anld nonlev to pilv. N 6-I 13iry him there iNo matter where'! Off in tiotine curner at best There's no iecd (if stones A!"' A bove his liones, Nobody'll ask where they rest. .Bury him there No matter. where N6n'oiyJ'his defth ire herel: Stoppfing to pray ? - Shovel awanj WeXVe sil hve enou..h of thin left! 0ISCELLANEOUS. , The Philadelphia Nmaional A rigus telN the following story : A few days smco, a singular and pleasing inci. der.ocurred at the Mint. A num Per-of"younig females are emploved there, one of whom had beeni <Iea andidumb for ten years, an afiliction reAlting from scarlet fever. While engaged nt her occupation. judge of thd surpris'e of her companions to )iear- her exclaim. 'Oh, I believe ...

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. — 1 June 1852

Ir']IANCIS Pro.rietor. -- - i y -i e UrI - - - -d n _______DEVOTED TO SOUTHERN RIGHTS, DEMVOCRACY NEWS LITERATURE, ANENE D THE AR IVY.3.FrRAVOIS, Proprietor. . . . . . . . . .o; 12r( 4b". iT.i1 *l VO* eI . SUJMTE1IVIL LE, S. (I.JNE le1 4 1 J .L1 'fl* fa TE 1PERANCE. AVtasen. BY A. M AN, OF NORTH CAROLINA. I had a Drepmi'i-"and yet, it, was 4 not all a dreai!"-I had wandered far and highaimong the mountains of Zniy own dpar native State, occupying a somewhat.central position, whence I could yew, as it were.- the entire eoritinont at one and the same catch a glimnpse o0 the distant land beyond the great Gulf in the sunny South, and4he green hi1 of the frozen North; and, lookin' down from thelofty emineneo whi ' occupied isaw, issuing from thousands of valleys and from every gorge in the mountains, dark and dis iaal columns of smoke, whose awful stench filled my nostrils, as if pro ceeding from the caverns of hell! ' But .1' was not left long thus to nmiiju dge of the location of these...

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. — 1 June 1852

THE SUMTER BANNER 19 PUBLJ5SIElp . EVkrV TUiSDAY MORN1 1lYG BY W.- L FRANCIS. .M DOLLARt8 in advance, Two Dollars w1 F' th's die expiration of six months, eg.-'U Deilars at the end of the year. 14 0e-fdhcostinued u1nti -all artearages at tile opton of the Propnetor, .(32 Iines or leks,) for ushat su it. rch 'aheacquent rVThtii itfibetf bittina Vro be'Whalrkel yl sm a oriaeywill be ublished W, V- o'niinued, 4nd charged .W"E DOLLA 'r q'e ft stAgie Assrtin.'...uarerl~a Monthly A'dvettise , -W1tlibrqhorged the spre on- a single inu lidaeW-nd-onthly the same as new otres Correspo*Geite-of the Xeexlry. jenry y%* obhuat Was prb. VideWtd 6 s0nA, Ie tl i clings to 11% id bifds both -his doctors and hl dis"-e Witin the- last few a a~lled, and his sanguine deeiesay that he may yet live to pmitius. If he does this, 1v4 pobqbly be the~ utmost limit ~4; es Ub. -.Polially 'he is dead 4irQ y fw.the juggernaut ear ofparty ater' pauses for crushed and broken todies to be-dragged 'away-its pro g s0 Is...

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. — 1 June 1852

THx T iGRAPH IN EURoPE. The Vindon papers.. notice a new sub-marin telegraph eitterprise be tweeitLondon, Liverpool, and Man chester, on the one side, and the con. tinental dapitals on the other, in con nection' with which an agency is to bege. atod in .Boston and New York for tlie collection of public itiforma tion and, private messages from all parts of the Union, to be transmitted by the steam mail packets. Two companies are to be organized, and ably and influentially directed, and a sPcona cable will be laid down be tween-France and England, and an othei* from Dover to Ostend. A new electric lino is to be made from London to Dover on the British side of the channel, but the present lines to be used on the other. In noticing the project, the Times pays this com pliment to our telegraphic system: 'The vast importance of this pro. jwt; both politically and commercial. ly, has obtained for it the patronage of the' principal continental govern ments, and it cannot but be generally ip...

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. — 1 June 1852

ftt it~~I en o hig itMJEY Permit tbhyvfOtiio'here to knuel, t Andfron q' p,eyes oi' azure Mteal riI~~e~~,fr;idoewt connubial bliss, j4oIAu 'I O life.'be otrsl * "Mare ii dwell, like turtle doves, r filh )ai-y. bowers ? .AWaeloesrthy proud papa look stern, ,, w lidJdAl. me brainless rool ? fq#0 Hesireanis not- a ladder, love, bus Buspended from tie room above, .owtaCpalid'brave parental rule ; t at 4erbgrant me, Angelinai,'dear,. >'heil~igs fbr-which I sigh, ji:sNorleave'thy trenblin victim here avte 'ospidie, to) ainke, o die." 009 George Augurtus itzgreene our title.1 adnmire: . [Brown, I I Lbrave the daily frown, I Aeek the bitter hate to drown, -Qf my indignant sire; 'r this J mope, refuo to eat, Aud faint.(ul twice a (lay. Thet. Pamay hear the neighbor's cry, 'PoorAnelina blay.' #Yet al I do is done in vain, .'OThe silt's as wasted quite, Aid thus in dread suspense I sit, O"Abd raick my brain, and tax iny wit. * From early imorn till night. 'But now I am all your own, my love...

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. — 8 June 1852

it-7 ( o R 4 0 M l n 3 -to artfM * &~~~~~~~ ~ I-bt -A.i.am w wxt-u - C 8 IDEVOTD1 TSO5UTHERN NRIGNITS,,4a LIT NT3 PR A CISProprie'tor. Vo [J. 6,V.10 SUKMTE RVIL.L ES. C.# JUE. TE MP E R A N C E. Whydoes not that Clergyman Sign t9 Temperance Pledge ? - 1Y. OAROLINE GJILMAN. A minister of the Gospel sat in a cozy study, *hleh overlooked a e: pil6satinrosbect on the Jersey shore. 'had'Written his text, and one par. ahand was gently rubbing his fdrehead with the foringer of his lfhd id, waiting for a thought. His b6Uig iniete %-as filling a reticulated apei'ture, commnnly cal led a darn, in his stbeklhg. She rose occasionally with 'A light Atep to EWeep the ashes on the hearth, but at the time of whlch I speak, her attention was atdedi by the jingling of approach ing slklgh.bells. '1hy stopped at th ate, a lady was announced, and soon a Well-dressed stranger entered. "T4' -Pastor received her with coiresy, and she sat down. Tidre are times when the'common - 4oe'i oflife utterly fail...

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. — 8 June 1852

T $l Me NN.,ER - W. J. FtANCI8.S -TWO DOLLAR8 in advaneoT 1( I6lla1s Fifty'Cents t the expiration of six months, s-at the end of the yeara No paper diseontinued until all arrearages arm rm,; snim at the option of the froPrijr are dv tsoemetsin serted ats V TV. I C e (12 lines-or I . for th W C d f at sum for each subsequent hum r of inse s to be marked n6 fThe'y *ill beaotUblished! intil ordefd to be,dlgujiatiued, viud charged ccoNE -DOLLAR per sqUtMt for i single nrrY &nd Alonthly Advertise cg,tihe san an a mingle in it Tf , thly the same as new ones - bat "Ibn (Ga.) Patriot. e .(the Ornmbnt.. yey r4of bis cOuntry who has S rse of the Government i'iist deplore its, rapid end y to consolidation. unoltteated man read the n'-tibr the United States, and then exanine the operations of the WiriariY&t As It, is now carried on in ilvilts e rtments. It is doubtful if &s-iuldMrebgnize-that -Go*rmenont atbe;ono iintended to-bo established ,y:tbatCopsiitusion; The simplicity, -qogo...

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. — 8 June 1852

Col. Fremuont is in Paris, where lhe willirsai6 ontil the dispute touching his title to the territory in California, Onbligtqlh l has grunted leases, and tlie'elimtlns on him ihr the expenses of the war in; Califirnia; ir which he has' rondered himsel' persoinally re sponsible, can be arnmged. The Anderson Southern Rights Ad vMcate says, that there will be an imu niehkely arge ri-op of corn raised in that District if there be good seasons; and tlint indepondent of them, the sup plyVill'bd larger than usual, the rirmu ers have carried into practice, this year, the lesson so often sounded in their cars, " plant more corn and less coitt 1! W heat, .however, In sonic plairs bf the District has been aflected bf h , et an abundant harvest is antiopated. The cholera is said to be increasing infthuvicinity of Chicigo. At Lasal *a sixty rail road hands and several re spetsble'eitizens have died. 7 James Burt promising young artist 6f Boston, is 'dead. His lind. soapes for high finished and b...

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. — 8 June 1852

27. 7.__ MG44 MOP, dassi r aric,' Uight,' Wbn :es he homewa; ai*ide-'his tracka,' #erd the t-Voicet? 6f theo nigVIt Aa Ih a quick, .uncertaii stp, n, fi-Wfr- pd'i. brink he enme, N!, a~ Vl !I~l'ull-Frog held, his court, hioefbrd one iall his name d)& H -1 OldHodg" h6.adpp'd and 'Till bhw, demqd to fil the dark, StAh 'gra P, was rather ti 1"' ileaid, "what's that? Old l16dge g6t drunk I! Old Hodge got drunk i Drunk, drunk, drunk I" ' ie, by gosh !" said Hodge. "you lie! And a deep voice answered "Never i And,4,podge thought Nick ldimself was near. .Agiong thA' ushes on the shore; Bothinking , was,- best to run, .e,46arted like a milroad car; Xit horrid shnpes now thronged'hi. path, And-voices. shouted near and far *"1.Old lodge got drunk I Old Hodge got drunk! Drunk, dtrunk, drunk !" llclig4 reaeihed his honme balf dead with Tfrighat, And never since has he got % tight." Fem tho Chronicle & Sninel. "4 9K."-,Al. Cotton. ottoiAeems to be the planter's Go,-"thd ever present topi...

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. — 8 June 1852

do' ge Io fh wkins' bpar, WvienieAde humewn4-tade'hi's trackt,, foprd Ah. 'Voiceg' ef ther iglit." A: '.Ith a 'ick,pnceerairf *tp, W r-p-hd ilt dbrink he .eame, t*U60 bld XIhg 13uidFrog held is court, dIA6o(ght iieesMk 4ne all Iid name JdOloHigel' Old HIode I" 1ab st6pj'd and gcd. T ylibn ceeiqd to fil the dark, t09 liravp, was rather ejn jpW t thau"4,6; aaid, "whki's that?. iOld Iflodge gdtdrunk ! Old IIodgre.gbt dniik I Drunk, drunk, drunk I" e,t by gosh !" said Hodge, "von lie!". And a deep ,voice answered "Never Adlodge thought Nick himself was near, ,Aing the 6uahes ,on-the shore; 9-thipkiiig iX wanc heat to run, Heiautartedlike a railroad car'; IBut horrid shapes now thronged his path, vond vices.shouted near and far-. 'Old 1lodge got drunk I Old Hiodge got drunk! Drunk, drunk, drunk !" Ifilg6 -reached his house half dead with fright, Atid never since has he got " tight." Ffm tho Chronicle & Sentinel. ',.otton,qeems to be the planter's GodI-the ever present topic of his da...

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. — 15 June 1852

tt - *- - a DEVOTED TO SOUTHERN RIGHTS, DEMOCRACY, NEWS, LITERATURE, SCIENCE AND THEARTS. F ANCIS, Proprietor. TERIS--Two Donae v() 1.40 _ _ _ SUBIT~In Advanuce 15 1 V (). V. SUIMT E RVIL LE, S. C.,JUNE 15, 1862. TElMPERANCE. ADDRE.8. BY TiE loN. ,R3UND 'DILLAIKUNTY, P. 0. W. P. Ignorance is not a mere negation of happiness, but it is a positive evil, not a mere waterless and parched chann6I, but a corrupt and unhealthy fountain, whose turbid streams de. ferhi'the plains of human life and scatter in their course pollution, de gradation and death. It is not only the parent of error, but it has over been an active agent in generating those -crimes which has filled the world. with sorrow- and mourning. It is the tyrant's stay, and tho lever by which the demagogue elevates hitnselfto power ; and, allied to fear ful vices of idleness and intempe rance, becomes, the nYost deadly foe to human liberty and the rights of nan. Alan has a high destiny to work out on carth-nothing its than secu ...

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. — 15 June 1852

THEjSUMTER BANNER Is' rutlsnSJIE . E RY TUESDAY iipRING 13VW. J. FtANCIS. --5 TWkW'fOila R8 In t~e T1Zllr tnd Firty Cents at tho expiration of six months, or Thr DIllars at the enl of the vear. IaY r-disconinuedl until nil ni-rearnges are PAtI. unlesn at the option of the Proprintor. V.-Advermiearnentsin.4erted at SEVN I'Y, I Conte por aguare, (12 linem or ie-s,) foi the first, and half usat sum fur each sub4eeinsaa Iisetton. I*Wl'wfrbrof Imeeruton,:r, be rptake* on af t ivertisanaeanits or hlecy will be paxflizsile uujajmu4ta 1be-Mliscominuod, nnd' charged v DOJ1 Aft1 peit iqiare for a Fingle insertioq. .uarterly and Nuhih~v Advertijt fttwil bo cha -ed the amnnie Us a single in n3 M1 nthly the Naruo as new oC1. Adv.ocato.. MATER.C. 1I., S. C., Ma y 241. 7Edwni' Itriot, .Esq. -DIet6Sli' iW6 have been favored wvithtivovisits'from that dist inguished and drogihent . advocate of the 'emper 4UQc#Qe,jJhilip . V bite; the first cn the 80th and14t oflMo t, and the uo.,nd on the 20tk.ult. H...

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. — 15 June 1852

United Stite% s iat-., it'Monlday, af toi th.py:nC.o.o'ptiitu e portgirSn Ottthit ,'Sl;t e Sun aitoMtsk -up tibIl to provide for the repa ir and improvement of'the dam at th1 heaid of Cum berlAnd' Island, in the Ohii1Vey. 'After dehitte, the fnirther colsidIrtion ol'the bil was postion ed uitt..*toeitnturow, nid the Senate w tinto. exeut oiv session. Thrlifonso (if Representatives re fused:by it decided vote to Jay upon the tiabie the bill granting lands to the several. States for the benefit of the in digetinsaine; atid theti, the .mornig hiog4rjivinig expired,.the- joint resol u tiorn taied sone time- since by Mr. 11a, Otiessee,) fixing the titne ftiorti. terminutiott of the sessioi was tiken up aiid amended, on motion of Mr. Riuhadsou, so as to designate the 16thvof-August for the day; and, as in~et(! ,thisjoiit resolution was theti agi' Vi,-The" bill makinig appropri ations fut- the construction of military roads li- Oregon; the bill authorizing the legishitive authorities of th...

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. — 15 June 1852

. OETRY. I would not Die at A11. Aird'" I woukl act Die in SpringTime." U ould not de in Sprmg tine, *' When worms begin to crawl, When cabbage plants are shooting up And frogs begin to squall: Mi then the girls are full of charms, Abdnsmile upon the men; When latnb and peas are in their prime I would not perish then. would not die in Summer, When trees are filled with fruit Apd every sportsman has a gun, The little-birds to shoot, The girls then wear the bloomer dress, And half distract the men: it Is the time swear it out I would not perish then. I would not die in Autumn, When new-mown hay &wells sweet, And little pigs are rooting round For something nice to eat. Tie then the hunteman's wild lalloo, I heard along the glen, 'And oysters 'gin to fatten up ,would not perish then. .1would not die in Winter, 'For cno might freeze to death, Wheh tblustering bores sweeps around Afid takes away one's breath, When sleigh-bells jingle-horses snort And buckwheat cakes are tall In fact, ...

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. — 22 June 1852

~ DEVOTED TO SOUTHERN RIGHTS, DEMOCRACY, NEWS, LITERATURE, SCIENCE AND THE ARTS 3WI . FR.ANCIS, Proprietor. C ggg--.ggyt gOtte g[gg~g~ Ini AdvatSec V 0 ii . V I * S U MT E R V L LE, S. C., J U NE 2 2, .18 52.N TEMPERANCE, The Fire-Cure. -Y GEORGE D. CIIeF.vER, . D. There was once a Missionary of the cross (I give the story from 'recollec tIon, and therefore will ot undertake a literal accuracy in the detail,) tra velling in Africa, across a vast region of land, covered with tall dry grass, like the prairie in a scorching summer. Ills family were with him, in a wagon drawn by oxen, and as it was towards e.vening, they were about enealupiing for the night., looking for a spot nore 16 sheltered and favorable . for repose. Suddenly, at a great diseance, a cloud of smoke was seen rising, and sootn found that it was rapidly advancing towards 'them, and in the dud k, the red glow of fire and flickering flaiie became perceptible. Ilut it w as tra velling faster than the swiftest horse could...

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. — 22 June 1852

filE- 8W1TER BANNEI rs ru.wsurE 1E RY TU:DAV Y O~RN1ING BY W. J. FttANCIS. ______TE R MIU, _ _ TWO DOLLARS in adivance,vTwo Dulltrs and 1ifty Cents at the expiration of six monthe, or' Three Dollars at the end of the year. -- No paper discontinted -until all nrrenratges are rAto, unless nt the option of the l'rqpri!tor. T Advortisencts inverted at S I-: ".:N 'Y FIVI Cents per square, (12 line's or less.) for the irat, and half that sum for each subs~equ..nt inserthwn. "7" The number of insertions to be markel on all Advertisements or they will h, puhiitecl sntil ordered to be disottiziued, and charged accordingly. W" lNE DOLLAR per cqcare for a Mingle - insertion. 4Qnarterly ant Monthly Adverti no ,nts will be chtrged the sa:ne a'c a single in mertlon, and semi-nwthly the ainw us= new o:es l'rom the Charleston Mercury. Calhousia MOoisnsmToIE. Mesting of the Citizens of St. Johl's Colleton. At a meeting of the citizens of St. John's Colleton held at lloukville on the 14th instant fur...

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. — 22 June 1852

SPECIAL NOTICES. I'Kooflamad'N (Acrasaia Bitters. This celebrated medicine is one of the ver best in the country, and its good qualities onl: need to be known, to give it precedence ove all others now in usc. We have seen its goo efl'ceti lately, after the total failure of man others. This is raying more than we can fu any other medicine within our knowledge, an we feel it a dtty to recommend the Bitters t the notice of bur friends. The genuine is pre pared by Dr. C. M. JACKsON, Philudelphia. My- 2. A nuotiuer Sc eutific Woader IMPORtTANT TO DYSPEPTICS. Dr. J. S. Hotughton's Pepsin, the true Li gestive Fluid, or Gastric Juice, preppared frot Rennet, or the Fourth Stomach of the Ox, afic directions of Boron Liebig, the great Physiolt gteal Chemist, by J. S. Iluughton, M. D., Phikl delphia. This is truly a wonderful re nedy ft I ndigcstion, Dysipepria, Janndice, Liver Corr plaint, Constipation and Debility, curing ofte Nature's Own Method, by Nature's Ow Agent, the Gustric. Juice. Pam...

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. — 22 June 1852

P'OETRY". HoIme. ome I 'tin the name of all that sweetens life, ,kspeaks the wairm allentiones of a wifo; 'no lisping nbe that prattles on the kuee, in all the playftl grace of inifnny : ,The spot where fonl parental love may traco The growing virtues of a bloomning race ; Oh ! 'tis a word if more than nusic Fpell, Whose sacred power the wanierer best nit tell: lie .who long distant from his native land,. Fols at-her name his eager soul expand : Whether as patriot. husbati, fatIer, frienel, To that dear point his thought.,.his wisltes beid, And still he owns, where'er his footsteps roatmi,. Life's choicest bli isigs centrt tll-al home. MISCELLANEOUS. Dick Daily's Stums, Speeclt. Fellow Citizcns .'-This are the ,day for the poperlation at Boonville, Rke a bob-tailpullet on a riekcrty hen-roost, to be lookin' up. A crisis has arriv-arid something's bust ! Where are we ? here I is, an' I'd stand hero an' expirate now tili the day o' synnagogues if you'd hoop fbr Daily. Fellow citizens-...

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. — 22 June 1852

POETRY'. Home. Ilome ! 'tis the name of all that sweetens ire, speaks the wrm afnceations of it wife; The lisping babe that prattles on the knee, In. all the playful grace of infancy : -ii. spot where fond parental love may trace 'The growing virtues of a blooming race ; Oh ! 'tier a word uf more than an'tic ajpell, Wheae sacred power the Wanderer hest unit tell: cute who long distant frlM his mntive lanmi,. Fee. at-her name his enger soul expatd Whether as patriot, husband,- fatthe.r, frieml. 7o that dear point his thought.',.his wishes bend, And still he owns, where'er his footsteps roam,. Life's choicest bi ~sings ceuntret nil--at home. MISCELLANEOUS. Bik DIly's Stuupsg Speccla. Fellow Citizens .'- This are the day for the poperlation at Boonville, s :'ke a bob-tail pullet on a riekerty hen-roost, to be'lookin' up. A crisis has arriv-and something's bust ! Where are we ? here 1 is, anl' I'd stand hero an' expirate now tilt the day o' synnagogucs it' you'd hoop fbr Daily. Fellow e...

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