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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 3 August 1852

j'J -" UMItER BANNER :VERY TUENDAY MORN ING - YW. J. FRtANCIS. TEEtMS, W DOiA RS In advance, Two Dollars W fifty t'ents at the expiration of six months, - .Threee Deltar" at the end of the year. Spae discontinued until all arrearages its Pae. tunless at the option of the Proprietur. ldvertlsements inserted at 8EVENTY 1 Coats per square, (12 line,, or less,) for use rist, and half that sum for each subsequent Te number of insertions to be marked oe Advertisenmenta or they will be published atnt ordered to be discontiauud, and charged Beordingly. gg GNIE DOI.LAR per rqimre for a single inertion. Quarterly and aontbly Advertioe 1sets ,will be charged the same a'+ a single in seipe,. and) semi-monthly the smeo as new uos Correspondence of the Charleston Cuurier. WasuIforozr, July 25, 1852. The Senate's dlebate on the Fisheries tuisilin, :wiill open the eyes of the .untry to oh. fatct.that Great Britain e a :oomnitted a gnoas and aggravated .. ralge oa the-United States, by re rt to arms...

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. — 3 August 1852

Osar Candidate. - James Judhaian,' in $ l'ette'r to a.de mocratic comtnittoe in 'Pennsylvania, !k pays our candidate for. President the following high compliment: "When Gen. Pierce first made his appearance in the Senate he was one of the youngest, if not the very young est of its members. Modest and un assuming in his deportment, but fir.m and determined in his principles and purpose, it. was not long before he ac quired the respect and esteem of his brother Senators. From deep convic tion he was a State-rigl.ti Democrat -sound, unwavering and iniflexible; and I venture to predict that when his votes are scrutenized and tested by the touchstone of Democratic principles, they will present as fair a record as those even of the lamented Wright himself. His innate modesty and comparative youth prevented him from addres'ing the Senate very frequently; and yet I well recollect some of his ef forts which would have done no dis c- edit to the oldest and ablest members of the body, then in ...

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. — 3 August 1852

POETRY. M' U. W. LONOFELLSW. Tre tising moon has bid the stars, - Her lovely rays, like golden bars. .ie on the landscape green, With shadows brown between. -id h lwr .white the river glenas, As if Dianna, in her dreans. Had drept her silver bow 1 . Upon the naeaduw low. Os sueah a traiqidi night as this, Sb. wirk. Estdyiun with a kias.. -" W hnd, slecing irl thy: grove, Ife dieaded not Of iter love. -ike Diana's kieg, uausk'd, unsought, Love gives rislf, but is nut bought ; N Aor Voice. nor sound betr.ys its deep, inspuasion'd gI.ze. ? comnes--he beautifnl, the free, 'Jhe crown 6n all Iautusitv ' in silence and aioue" To seek the elected on,-. Et lifts the boughs, whose shadow., deep, . Are Life's ubliven, thu souls sleep, And kisses the eist eye-s Of him who slumbering lies. O, weary beans! oh slumbering eyes ! U. drooping seris, whose dettaaee Are raught with fear aewl pain, Ve shall be luved again! No one te so accura'd by fate, ho one so wholly dessolate, Bat romse heart, the' ...

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. — 10 August 1852

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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. — 10 August 1852

THE SUMTER BANNER ~ s.'euuususi, EV3l t TUS 6AV MORNING BY W. J. FRANCIS. TE RMS, &TWO, DpLA RS in advance, Two Dollars and Fifty Cents at the expiratign of six months, or Threo Dollars at the end. of the year. ,p paper discontinued until all tirrenrages are All), unless at thao option of the Praoprietor. - ' Advertisements inserted at SEVENTY. FIV ' Cehts per square, (12 lines or lets,) for the first, and half that suin fur each ubsequent Insertion. gji The nuinber of insertions t6 be marked on all Advertisaanonts or they will be published until ordered to bo discontinued, and charged OE DOLLAR per squnre for a single Iisertion. Quarterly ant Monthly Advertise anents will bo chargeac the same as a single in sertion, and seni-monthly tile samne aum new on4s From the Baltimore Sun. i'urther Particulars from the Wreolc of the Henry Clay. o sarclt for th bodies of those 'whose lives were so wantonly sacriticed . the burning of tho steamboat Henry lay, was contint.o I on Friday nd 8...

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. — 10 August 1852

ofr'IN TSNNEssEE.- -Paron Brown editor of the leading \hig paper t Teuness3e,.anngunces tn in reased prosperity of his paper since he took a stand'against SCoon. In his issue of July.3 0th, he says: " Week before, last, we entered the namesof 84 new subscribers on our books ; last week we entered 102; and this wek, up to the hour of going to press, weo have entered 200 names, while not ten have discontinued in all that'time. Ahuost every man writing for the paper says, 'I amt an anti-Scott Whig.' These are fhets which we can show on our books, and by our files ofletters, to any who are curious enough to call and examine them. This isa free country, and the masses are not-to be driven from the support of an independent press, by a few self ish leaders. Our weekly issue now is 3,000, a circulattion no paper ever could boast of in this end of the State." The Parson says that Teuniessee will go foi-. Pierce and King by 10,000 ma jority. RAILWAYS IN ENGLAN.-Fron the j nual statement of t...

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. — 10 August 1852

>PO'ETRY. * ho'd be a Bracheior. Gh, who would be a bachelor, M"Y ahd pis the: al of life, Without the fond caersee. Z Of a young and lovelywife ? Not like the gaudy butterfly, With charms that wax and wane ; .A wifohath charme that long; endure, And e'en, to death remain. Around i'te..winter fire.side, t al'Wlhen hofvling storma are rife, , .The's naught that's'haIf so pleasant, As a loving. cheerful wife ! ter-emiles dispels the darkest mist, 'That e'er beclouds-the way, And sheds around the path of' life, .'An ever' cheering ray. When spring time bids the earth he In new and beauteous life, [clothed, Then fairer than the fairest form, Appears the loving wife. Vhoever then would lire alone, Mdst bear in mind the bane, rhat:he who is a bachelor fg'not a happy man -1 r1ICELLANEOUS. Over-Production of Cotton. friend of ours in a letter we re eently published, asks our reason fbr the opinion we expressed. some time ugo, that there was no danger what ever of the over-production of c...

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. — 17 August 1852

DEVOTED TO SOUTHERN RIGHTS, DEMOCRACY NEWS, LITERATURE, SCIENCE AND THE ARTS W3. J FRAICIS, Proprietor. Gow--auw our I-attar Itanab."TE3- oDoarPe -___ _ -LLS, --- Advance *OL *I SUMYTERIVILLE,S.OC., AUGUST 17, 1852 POLITICAL. SPEECH Os ves 1IOmW. W.1. L. YANCEY. In Mr. Yancey's speech in the lte Southern Rights Convention, he tnade the following points in support of the minority report, the question being upon the amendment offered by Colonel Williams: He yielded his assent to the amend ment, because the lengthy and heated debate of the day previous, had con vinced him that it was only upon some such ground that the members of the Convention could ever harmo nize, and preserve the integrity of the Southern Rights party. There were objections to the amendment but in his opinion, they were of less importance than thus, which existed against a continuation of such a contest as had taken place between the friends of the ninurity and majority reports, respectively. The course which the d...

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. — 17 August 1852

DEVOTED TO SOUTHERN RIGHTS, DEMOCRACY NEWS, LITERATURE SCIENCE AND THE ARTS WMI. J. FflAVCaIS, Ptroprietor. ~o~jAIJ U fb"Avne 60-a TER ---Two Doou ru Poir *1'V *01. V.SUM TIEERVILLE, S. C., AUGUST 17, 1852. -y POLITICAL. - SPEECH 0? TuE MexO. AVM. L. YANCEY. In Mr. Yancey's speech in the Tte Southern Rights Convention, he made the following points in support of the minority report, the question being upon the amendment offered by Colonel Williams: He yielded his assent to the amend ment,because the lengthy and heated debate of the day previous, had con. vinced him that it was only upon some such ground that the members of the Convention could ever harno. nine, and preserve the integrity of the Southern Iights party. There were objections to the amendment but in his opinion, they were of lees importance than thus which existed against a continuation of such a contest as had taken place i between the friends of the minority I and mnjority reports, respectively. The course which the de...

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. — 17 August 1852

THE SUMTER BANNER JS PUBLISUaD k ERY TVElMDAY MIORNlINJG BY W. J. FRANCIS. '1 WO btliLARS in advance, Two Dlollars and Fifty Centa at die expiration of six mnwahs, qr Three Dollars at the end of the year. I" disnbatintid Until all arrearages tre t! bhueas at the option of the Proprietor. . dvertienents inserted at SEV ENTY Fl ' Cents per square, (12 lines or leas,) for the first; and half that sum for ouch asubaseqwmt Insertion. gr Tha fiitnber of ihsertions to be marked n all Advertiseemonts or they will be published until ordered to be discontinued, and charged becordinigly. SW ONE DOLLAR per square for a single insertion. Quarterly and Monthly Advertise meats will be charged the same as a single in sertion, and semi-anunthly the tamne an uew ones Fron the Southern Standard Letter of Hon. A. P. Butler. Messrs. Editors :-Your readers, whether agreeing or disagreeing, with the views expressed in the annexed letter, will, no doubt, feel an interest fit perusing the opinions of the wr...

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. — 17 August 1852

THE SUMTER BANNER .S PUaLEDSII EVERY TUESDAY MORNING BY W. J. FRANCIS. '*O DljiARS In advance, Two Dollars apd Fifty Cents at the espiration of six mouths, e Three Dollars at tha end of thme year. Nb pr disebutinidd Until all arrearagen kre IA ti ale.s at the option of the Proprietur. .Advertisements inserted at SEVENT i flVI. Crnat per square, (12 lines or less,) for the firsts and half that sum fur ouch subsequemnt lasertion g;F The hittnber of itsertions to be marked n all Advertisements or they will be published until or'dered to be discontinued, and charged hicotdingly. E$ ONE DOLLAR per square for a single insertion. Quarterly and MIontaly Advertise ments will be charged the same as a single in sertion, and semi-inunthly the same as new ones From the Southern Standard Lotter of Hon. A. P. Butler. ' Messrs. Editors :-Your readers, whether agreeing or disagreeing, with the views expressed in the annexed letter, will, no doubt, fel -an interest Iii pertising the opinions of the w...

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. — 17 August 1852

LAZIL CoTTyi.-We havie t reeel ed through the polltw4i ttbiitlonl of' the IHoui. WilT. Aiken, a. sainle of Wia zil. Cotton, from the - valley of the Ainaron , proeured by Licut. Ilern dani, in his recenit (tx>'inraktin'of that river. It is very heutifil in- appear atce, bt watiting inl strength ofstaple, and, thiugh it night possibly be int. proved by Cnltivatioun, in its present c(iilition unlit for tuatttieitturing puar poses. A Su witp. W rr.-- I). .Slois land it. A :1.i t rong, of L-twrenceport, Intliania, ha a re'onit re last week about. a itnoe, whetithe .Doctor cut his antagnist in s.'vural plices witta a knifie. During their trial a young lad was called a witness, and was asked it' he kniew wh was tlhe obligation of an tbath, ad where tie would go, it' le told a lie? lie said he supposed, ho would go where all the lawyers go!' In Montreal recently suit was bronght against a rail road conpany to recover the value a cow killed by one of the trains. The company set up the pl...

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. — 17 August 1852

POETRY. The Father's Lesson to iiis Chlildren. bT FINLEY JOflN8Orf. yudge lightly, 0 judge lightly, of The evil deeds of 1nen, 8peak not to thema witih bitterness, Or heodlessly condemn ; Perchance the light which blesseth thee, They have not felt or known ; Have never seen a smiling face Or .hard a kindly tone. God only knows what bitter pangs Within their bosoms dwelt He only knows the tempting thoughts And miseries they felt.; e only knows how hard they fought With all their maniy fors; Then leave to him the right to judge Who.sees.their crushing woes. Perhaps the tempter has not come To try his mighty power ; Perhaps thou never yet has seen Temptations trying hour ; For if thou hadst, thou wouldst sot blame, Nor heedlessly condemn ; But thou wouldst always lightly judge The evil deeds of ie::. $udge lightly, oh judge lightly, for We all one day tnust uieet Each other, 'round the throne of God, Before his mercy seat: Then pass no sentence here below, On those who tread earth's so...

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. — 17 August 1852

POETRY. The Father'. Lessou to 11iv Children. BY FINLEY JOHNSON. Judge lightly, 0 judge lightly, of The evil deeds of nan, Speak not to theta with bitterness, Or heodlessly condemn ; Perchance the light which blesseth thce, They have not felt or known ; Have never seen a smiling face Or heard a kindly tone. God only knows what bitter pangs Within their bosoms dwelt He only knows the tosnpting thoughts And miseries they felt.; lie only knows how hard they fought With all their many foes; Then leave to him the right to judgo Who sees their cr.shing woes. Perhaps the tempter has not come To try his mighty power ; Perhaps thou never yet has seen Temptations trying hour; for if thiou hadat, thou wouldst liot blame, Nor heedlessly condemn ; But thou wouldst always lightly judge The evil deeds of ne::. Zudg elightly, oh judge lightly, for We all one day must meet Each other, 'round the shrone of God, Before his mercy seat: Then pass no sentence here below, On those who tread earth's sod ; ...

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. — 24 August 1852

C' . K;.**;*7. DEVOTED TO SOUTHERN RIGHTS, DEMOCRACY, NEWS, LITERATURE, SCIENCE AND THE ARTS TE ~ -w w Dla PrAnant W Jr. J. FRANCIS, Proprietor, Ot - t)n, i O Ad ance. VO iL. VI. S9UTERVILLE, S.., AUGUST 24, 182. POLITICAL, From the Southern Standard, 17th inut. Iiterestisag Correspondence. The following denial, by General Pierce, of the Boston slanders against him, appeared on Saturday, In the the Washington Republic. We have no hope whatever, that it will be satisfactory to the editors who have so diligently circulated charges sustained by such unreliable testitno niy, and bearing on their very face such unmistakeable marks of bitter prejudice and personal rancor. Should these editors even make a pretence of doing justice, by pub lishing the denial, they will not do so fairly-but, like the Republic, they will, no doubt, accompany its publi cation with unfair and illiberal com mentaries. The Republic has thought vance, for its seeming liberality in publishing the letter at all; but...

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. — 24 August 1852

THE SUMTER BANNER t's PUUIiiltit EVERY TUISI)AY MORiING BY W. J. FRANCIS T'WO T)Ol..A ItS in al:Acian. Two Dollar, 1an14Finy ('ents at tlhe expiration of six months, or iTm-c Dollars at Hie endi of thm year. No paper eliscontiinaei until tall arrenraoes 're PAID. unless at the option of the I'roprioir. I? ' Advertieitnints insertei itt Si.V I.N''V 'IVE Cens per sqtare, ()2 lines or less,) for t:he first; ant imif tiat sum for eacha subsetnont Insertion. Qo"' The numbter of insertions to he markedl on all Advertisemnents or tihev will be pibtlisiled until ordered to he liscontiniuel, and chargedl accordingrly. IV- ONH IDOL.A R per square for a single insertion. Quarterly ani Monthly Adivertise ient will be chargel the saun se ai single in atrtion, and sebtnimontily the saine as new ores Correspondonre of tine Southiern Standard. \VAsuiNoToN. August, 16, 1852. .tlitors of Southern Standard : The Senate wasted nmch of the lat ter part of last week, in a very small game-in discussing th...

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. — 24 August 1852

te lay halth JIlicer Levy, the chicf'of Police in this city, received yesterday altiernoo a di41ipatel tromi Mr. 'endergast., city inar~shatl of Savannab, annonning I that Dr. David Theodosius llines and Abraham J. Kapp, had broken jail that morning, it was supposed that they would endeavor to leave Savan nah by the steaninhat for this city. llities is so well known here that Mr. Pendergast deemed it unnecessary to describe him. Knapp, lie says, is tiout New Jersey, and a cozch painter by trade. Ie is 5 f'eet 0 inches in he ght, and has aany umarks onL his ains from Indian link. AN Erron tI L uea.--The Editor of the " Due W1est Telescope," the Rev. J.1. Bonner, was presented on the 10th en 4tant, by Messrs. W ray, Puekett, B ,rnes, and Wilson, Printers of that journal, with a handsomne silver cup. Car A telegraphic di. pa'ch fromn Washington to the New York Courier and Enqui rer, says that E. A. Bradltfrd, of New Orleans, has been nominated Judge of the Supreme Court, in the place o...

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. — 24 August 1852

P O0,E T-R Y . iiawt Words of Col. Crittensden. ' AN AMERICAN KNEE.8 TO NONE SUT 0001." Ah ! tyrants forge thy chains at will Nay! gall this flesh of mine, Yet, thought is free, unlettered still, And will not yield to thine ! Take, the lile tii.tt Ileaven gave, And let my heart's blood stain thy sod But know ye not Kentucky's brave Will kneel to none but God ! You've quench'd fair freedom's sunny light Her music tones have stilled ; And with a decp and darkened blight, The trusting heart has tilled ! Then do you think that 1 will kneel Where such as ve have trod i Nay! I oint your cold and threat'ning steel; I'll kneel to none but God. As summer -oeezes lightly rest Upon a qt.et river, And gently on its F:leping breast The moonbeams softly quiver Swent thoughts of home light up my brow When goaded with the rod Yet, these cannot unman inc now I'll kneel to none but God. And though a sad and mournful tone Is coldly sweeping by ; And dreams of bliss forever flu vn Have dinned with tear...

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. — 31 August 1852

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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. — 31 August 1852

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