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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 5 November 1852

"77 bI~tti ff~e ure, hit etter by p ;. vate 0mssengsfiw Moedrirt he riWk 'of*111les, nd huiid 'tohi 'ald pro riorlnabi',atd-Who, f t"Ae hAd . ~Asinplfuraished with money foi emergenieos. Every letteak which Kssuth.sitto llungary coat him on an avereg69500. The money that lie taisdhere was?.of course, easily aIb iorbed*,f 6hese -expenditures, and Wi , a know, was spent a con side hblotim belonging to his wife, whleh'erielatives in Hungary sent -oyhfuher own use, but which she gave "o h r husband for his cause. Kosshur.oft America penniless and- in db i6in 1849 he l.-ft Hungary, at ter t*o years' administration o' the treadui'. of that rich kingdom.' EALY FROST IN A Low.LAT)TUDE --Thte nTeas papers nentie-t a lost occudng at C ambers, on Cypt ess Creook Texas, un the 21st uIt. NARROW-MINDED MEN.-As .a general-rule, merchants who do not advertise are close and narrow-mind ed in their views, and a perfect type - of the greedy impatience of the fellow who,- in order to realize a forteiog...

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. — 5 November 1852

er &Co, sON tEoAN'TS 0 AMO 1ION WIIA 9F, O11ARLMST'ON"8. C. eclve endt. nl Cotton, Corn, Flour, and all other articles of Produce, ansd give t personal atteniion to the selection of Fani ySupplies. Commision for solling Cotton, Fifty Cents per bale. AESL. -G ANTT. WITFIELD WAT.KER. 7DwAnD GANTT. Reference-Col. F. 1. Moses and R. C. ltichardson, Esq. Akust 24, 1852. 4 - 8 , O. em hM CH!ANZ,'WR, VROAD.STR 4 ON. j,,,4l U 15, 185' 34-tf W. J, Jacobi & Son, W.cJ. oT NA-rn'st13. .ArCOBI. NO. 221 KING.STR EET, (5EV NTH STO.F ABOVE AitWFT-STREFT.) Importers and Denlers in eIga & DoRI -stle Dry Goods .7 Our custompr are enstureld Miierate a4q'god a utrict adheace to the _One Price DUNN & DURYEA. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, Clotig Warehouse, No,38 King street, ~.S~ULC. DIUNN,) HNUL DU NN', ~ lCHA RLESTON, S. C. JONDURtYEA, May 21st, 1851. 30 tf W, A, KENT & MITCHELL, FASHION ABLE Clothing and Out-Fitting E 'V A B LI S1 MEN T, MASONIC HALL, No. 268 King-street, corner of Wentwort...

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. — 12 November 1852

1 -9 Y r . . T. -Et "D H- T'S -RC --E S LITE AT IVIOv[0SIMTERVILLEv So Co, NOVEARl.9R I2%S2~.7 RISTORICAL. -Fm AAur' Hoe (Ga te TlE M O Ri O N M. LATTEWt-DAY SAINTS. The origin, rapid development. 4nd present prosperity of this-:reli fous sect, is one of the most re rtcable :ind instructive historioal _ *Pntp of tlie presentrcentury. That ,64ph Smith, a native of Vermont. nobscuroindividual, without money, vdtication ;or respectability, should, Under the influence of an overwhelm.. Ing relhgious enthusiasm, successful lytidhe a belief in his immediate in -pirstion in1he minds of hundreds of itom4nda of people, and cause a book entitled the 'Book of Mormon,': to be conscientiously received by thsm as of equal.aAuthosity with the Scriptures, and a.continuation of the pagred revelations of Heaven, that, in twenty year's fitne the disciples of Joseph Smith should have increased from six to 100,000, should have founded a State in the distant wil derness, and compelled the govern. ment of...

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. — 12 November 1852

Tlli SUJMTEikBANNER Is runuistth ; EZ ~ RY TUmsDAV1 uOpas ie BY W. .. PRANCIS. W d~.L RS in advance, Two Dollars cents at the expiration of six months, io6Dollars at ilie end of th~e year. NOper discontinued until tll strearages uID nloh,.e. at the option of the Proprietor. vrtisemente inerted utSHVEN''Y. t r tn re, (12 1ints or liess, ~st mCforjr olarau a e tnber.offinse o be dls rged 41166inlg OE D for a Pingle n . tlily Advertise ane as a single in. - y the same as new 0 nes rom the Mercury. Free School Syste . xiljc . MAeans: SFle Se1W ti aystemas ited t. attention o 'our Mnd is yet an unsottled questiont, e 4berty,.through this medi. &"Ing you lw thouights re nrusal -f thee num CyAre entitled ti tiny nfor nots I iwuld he*re ob . tht bave for.many years been '"ted !with the management of , during whi time 1 have had *Atr.opportunity. of witnessilig the o0dngs (if the present system; and u ig am not among those who Ateo good in it, or who wage an utumpromiising wartare aganst...

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. — 12 November 1852

THI U MTilBANNER YRVT VDADA1g BY M., 1. PRANChi 1'ODiPt.LA 1RS in advance, Two Dollara ents at the expiration of six months, No p Dollars at iiae end of tile year. o aper discontinued until al. arrearages 6r to unless at tie option of the Proprietor. dversemento Iniserted at SHVENTV. "ti r unre. (1i linse or les, , "-. .untfior. cachi.eta t~~or-of. iertie V Ier~a~nients Oet iie "to be dise rged - OE D for a uingle thly Advertise afne an a single In. y the same ae new o nes roan the Aferctiry. Fjee School Systea xielency Mas .e-Ce SCh >l system has 'eited. t attentuaion o ur nd is yet an unsettled question, hjta.Ije lberty, through this medi t ing you k few thoiughts rusal of these num I tthefeyare entitled to Anly pa ~4 or MA I would here ob that thavefurniany ycars bel - 1ted 0 -ith the management of a, during whieh time I have had -.ttr~opprtunity of witnessing the kings of the-present system; anad ough , am not among those who i see- no good iu it., or who wage an ompromioing ...

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. — 12 November 1852

Vt~~tsi~I ileylI' Iti fi th -*Ie. a a el * jhir (lashien a ltm -l s il ioresstii 61sh1a4 4lnuA typ, rlsuod thekeusjsrj ViSf $P ot dedcivec, ' bitt srItoliien Iffol-Agultun qI aql'tuprie. Beumu itter%~I qd$P;atjr twpams. uisuplutsof debili. h o ic ysiet 'd rangemnent .0 ff j qikstcviivh, wyant of nppetite, &c.; ifmk pPteltl ". ret of too close all plle-atqj-aid at thousand ..tlheLmifts we. can lto.wuuld pmty to alI-affict. ulo'nve-.get it Lindle cr two (of Ile losltnil's G wrinvn 1itter., prepared 11 Dr. Jaclonin, nd our w.ord fur it you -.%ill be sured. AV" recomnd. tis t!1nej,,kp Y io irgn p t'ia.ribact that it is.. g4,9no - ,on ules jruartdby out c hill) asc tli W4~rier District at the Thd',umter Agricultural * ~~ASOC1A -ION. Tm .rec.vtzIr mcctinir of thin Astiorintifin, which wan tojae biern held cli the 17th 1116tpiit, is f jns~~teilon ar-eotatit oflte Alz. *~iuli~ai A HOt-.1tion inl Cliarlesiom being "'in 46 t~i tsecthir onft he g-4ociai ion will &1hed ntStmntervihle, o...

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. — 12 November 1852

-q! ~*ohs~Ir 4;~~aio KoIA4S 00 M 8W4 N BRCHANTS. I MMODA TICON WJARF, S-UIJAIu.ESTON, S. C. teceive anl--sill Ut'ton, Corn, Flour, W*td all6li6t atticleat 6f Pto'ure, and give 4 enlion totig selecliah of FndI SC i~aon ror seling Cotton, Fifty N per bale. A OANTT. wfTrFIELD WALKER. EDWARD GANTU. i --Trerence-Col. P. 1. ses and R. C. s24, 1852. 41 P 0. Kec H A N '#:STR S 21 K ETfE fofE -s rand Dealers in 3on a tic Dry G 5 -- e str are enpured crate rnce to th rice L5 1010.2. e1-i f gN& RYEA. X ANDRETA1L Warehouse, King street, CHAILESTON, S. C. T.RAS 2 85 30 tf A KENT & MITCHELL, FASHIONABLE S Clothing and Out-Fitting TABLISHMENT, MASONIC HALL, No. 268 King-street, corner of Wentworth, Chdrleston, S. C Purchasers will find at all times a full and complete stock of Gent's. READY-MADE CLOTHfING ARTILES. -. KENT. . tH.?4ITCIEJ.L WNaaSunfactory 113 Wnslasangtoea Stores N. Y. May 1849' 30 tf 4ARMONIC INSTITUTE, ERDINAND ZOGBAUM, Importer of , MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, King street, Sign ...

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. — 23 November 1852

4 DEVOT D TO SOUTHERN RIGHTS, DEMOCRACY, NEWS, LITERATURE AN TS. * W31aw S FRI 1AN 8, Proprietor. aVUV St jouaNO B - xx. SUMITE RVIL LE, S. o.' NOVE MBER 2',182 MISCELLANEOUS. From the llustrawtd Family Friid. , A LETTER OF INTRODUCTION * . k. FIa al Cannflower. AASOHFUL MAN'S STORY. him who haus never suffered m.tihe horrors of bashfuhess, pass by this article. He will find here no thing with which he can sympathize. Irit'he who knows the exquisite mise riOfa temperament, whose very na turgiainhost shits him out from human sympathy, while it opens upon hii the full sluices of laughter and ridi oulo, he only should read, for he only a;mundersutAid, this chapter of my aff'crings. It is but a specimen of my life. E.c uno disee omnce. To all others it will be in the proud con sciousness of the unspeakale bless ng of impudence, let theim thank heavet that its waters can never flow for them. As my object is but to give a spe eninen of the numerous contre temps that incessantly beset me, ...

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. — 23 November 1852

RfANNEl Wk u Is PirnABi IU. ~3WTUESDAY MOflRNING BY W. J. FItANCIlS. yo M I Alts in nivance, Tw, IollarS - nI Fify C-ents at thme exi ration or ix mnona, SThree .hlinrs-atrthe ItM of the yenr. N ' tr dliscontilued muti all arr-aratgca td ! PA , nkat at the tiiill (if INe Pro iritor. -Advertipernentm tinpertd ll ' - .Cents per iquanre, (12 line. or le t, and half that aunt for eatch a n. . The nutnber of hmserilo ilvertiseinenlor fl P ered to be di - gl V. a Qua i1 na S dlown I fip Vi mbre light all teerful voice so gay. ght hlas.$pread its mantle vast, arkness reigns o'er lund and seas; And objectsf all from sight nre Inti.t We Mis her sof, stwejet mnelodies. Vhen the clock has chitned the hour lor prayerf And we're assembled round the hearth, We miss thatrform so loved mnd dear, Which now lays mouldering i the earth When the clock has tolled the hour for bed, And all have bade a kind goodnight; We miss that voice which ort has said, In mildest toner, goodnight, godnigit. But why sh...

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. — 23 November 1852

7s t A NNElI R UlE- 5TUESDAY IMlIIN G BY W. J. FR-ANCIS 1" "W O'DOIARS in ndlvance, T wit Dollars - Filly C 1,ts at tile expleation of'six 1nontI1, erl,ree lari-at. thni of tlhe year. No i r discontituetl until nil arreaitoe a nij. nleym at the optiomi of tie Proprtitiur. Advertiernents inseril a it SEV N ' Centai per sqnnLe, (12 Ilns or Le, 4 t, and half that suin for each q Thle nutnher or insertio Adlvertienenti or i b ered to be di elv. NE D , n. lown i frip mbare light all icerful voice so gay. gHit has spread its mantle vast, orkness reigns o'er land and seas; And objects. all from sight are casi We aids herr soft, sweet Inelodies. WVhen the clock has chimed the hour for prayer, TAnd we're assembled round the hearth, We miss that-forn so loved tand dear, Which now lays mouldering in the earth When the clock has tolled the hour for bed, And all have bade a kind goodnight; We miss that voice which oft has said, In mildest toner, goodnight, goothnight. But why should we so deeply...

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. — 23 November 1852

h a okwo me ted,1 \;it Sumter Court rI I 1)ec e~ et witin legat honrs -- alddal tlijghest Ifder, for ensh, the p prty. Purchasere to play for tit t - theren, ne-ar y bngmjedinmg 1:ndsi of, and %where DLae , to f levied Iitn as the proper. tof Jlit ;(I: A lam., at tle asnit tof Jpoh ,ti I~dvi. - " ot and Blilding. thereon, iot Sune earville. adjoining lansf; and de't lives, 1I~'d mia thes. preierty oil este organ, atv e suits- of .mlm Contyers, 2 usei John China, E. 1). lugile, anld A. & P. M-kvN. I Traot of 200 acres f eond in CIA renion, adjoing lands of and where De endant lives, levied upon as the propery i. Bryant at flte suit of Edward I Traetof 10 acres of hid more or ;em nd, Bdniigs therio adjiningr of 49 levied 'ono as fie property of Webb Clark at th~ )suit of S. t 1). utaloidord. , rac tof 30 eres of land in fAcreiont, aijoioiig lands of, and where uI'nmons Town is situnted, levied upon as the property of Tlionmas Garrett at the suits 61' The State, 2 cases ; Wade Ward...

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. — 23 November 1852

7F V0i mt No me ted i at Sumter Cnut il and Una lollow tm eei ierei. within legal hours alo;,to AeIi t bidder, for ensih, tihe is$'i plUgrty. Purchasere to pay for t ai~.stidu -UttilImilings thereon, near iaijeining lands of, antd where h ow.aves, evied upon as the proper 1i Of Johil Q. A lams, -it tihe suit of Joil, Vin. S1ot and iluildings thereon, in Suni torville, adjoining lantmsf or, am dett ivem, .1 L.oll as time proiperty f Jesse Alorganm, at: e suits- of Joliet Conyers, 2 aoswsf - iblinl Chma, E. 1). Ileimge, and A. J & I Tract ot 200 acres of laid in Cla renmon, adjointig laiis of and where De fendant live., levied uponi tis tle primperty .Of , D. Bryant at tihe suit of Edward I Tract of 10 acemes of land suore or Jess and Buildigs theron adj~oininr of levied -on as the properly of Webb Clark it . the'suit of I. ). flaliford. 1 Tract ot :.00 acres of land in, Claremont, adjoining lands of, and where _ :Tunmons Town is milunted, levied upon as time property of Thioimas ...

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. — 23 November 1852

old ne of es of Vir c ti ade his first I ' pital- of the 'Old Do vllth purpose of selling 4 Iseeing the sights, rubbing t which his back woods i up'had thrown upon his n,,rHe reached Richmond 4t6e'iniddle of the afternoon, ortnately sold his crop to ad age. Meeting with an old chool-mate; just after the sale, and who had lived in tho city long enough to know its ways, he was ad Vised to take up his lodgings at Iloynden's, the crack hotel of the Splace, and thither he went with his bag and baggage. Just before din ner his city fliend called upon him, and found him comfortably located in a room just at the head of thc L .stairs. 'Suppose we take something to start an appetite,' said the chap who had just come down. 'Agreed,' said the city friend, 'a glass of wine and bitters for me.' "We might as well as have it up here,' was the rejoinder. 'True enough; but how are we to call for it?' 'Ring that bell there.' 'What bell?' 'Pull the rope.' The young fellow laid hold of the rope and gav...

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. — 30 November 1852

D iOTEID TO SOUTHERN RIGIHTS, DEMOCRACY, NEWS, LITERAT wn .. R.2 _Pop .. V. UMTERVILLE, S._O.,_NOVEBER_,_18 2. MISCELLANEOUS. From the lyswiih xipres. ROMYIANCE OF KtEAIL LI'E. -XTRtAORtDINARY 1.\llOSTUlt-1 AND CRIEDULITY. Shottiliam is a (quiet village in ~ufk, distant rr.im fiswieli thirteen nited, from Woodbridge five tuiles. *dsayhi Sqirirel (a small tea dealer) 1# his wife have long resi'ed there, nd were believed to he honiest, in JIstrious, an worthy leople. Alminrigst their family was an inter esting girl, named ElizbetI; who1. in aet,, is the lini'(ie of our tale. Yhilst a mere child this girl g;ave evidence of a siiiiuior nl. AL tie Sundlay selool she eve;- took a fore. %post place aoIl at eight or nine years of age her memory was so retentive that she was f1rerpiently sent for to ive lomg recitatiis before miier ons companies. At tenl she wis placed nioler the care of 'Mr. Os 'lunne, the village scloollaste (who, we tilderst and, is a good schil. ar and extensive reader,)...

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 November 1852

nA EANEOU$ 9 I ALIFE. un' t 0 isaq~iet. illa vne ni.W ithirteen' Y 6 odt eii fivei miles. 41'~ siULter dealer) ~eve4n arsided there,. ,e d.; toi ehe honest, ill Sd Orthy:. people. i i h f amily was an inter .~gtl n _Nlinheth; who, in h yt ief 4ur: - tale. ti-d'elidil this girl gave Witipai'im iniml. At the 'he'ver took a fore Sti kt eigllt fr,: nine years n pmoy yts no retentive -egcuently sent for to 'jybitA~ttori befoi'o nnmer Qmp ie' At ten sie w b ~il~ht 6O caie of Mr. Os ~ tl~~ vila ke selt'oolmaster, i ~tftdersand, is a good schiol tesive readler) who: soon hhbtdliispapil was a1 girl of 6ii.ability. She ails at biv e It stulies, 'and whilst oth. J! Pa woul. be closely. mI ing ove the 1 books thiat Oehone's librarvil d tiagcalpoinlts; shie elf acnai ited witih the 1ih history 2with parts a0, -at the ago. of tlie school froin ill d, it? ,isfab, by too to her studies. I Ier su d te shape ofC a Spinal bli heb hal tile best ic n a ~e(I ( ltly.. It T Ak llospital,ii h -eiiiail44 abo...

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 November 1852

n ta pon the Con aith.- And - Y sd.to at of 't ht sub - ;tbihe gobd of our State, mepr to bring to your - rmit- me - carne.tly to -you will. join . ne inl fult-thanks. and praises for the mialy and c L tbe-towVed upon darlig the past year. -n6 Portion .of oir -tat'e 614l11d beneath the sc urge of Wiende, uhich walketh in 'av-ohnuse for thankt'uh1ess that ein permitted to enjoy, in rimns, -more than a .usual !ath; and althougih ive have He :Upon to mourn the devas. ruin- whieh marked the the late disastrous 'and un ted 'food, yet wharever its Aigefu'ets were not flelt, a 'rich dtha- vest will reward the r-4f the husbandman. Mrible as lias been the blow to rbs'pprity of our State, by the optiui of crops and bridges on itermourses, and as deeply as 04athizo with those of our 1l. zeits who have sufTered, yet i'ouind to bow sibmissively (6 ncthg rod of our Heavenly Fa udor.to him the homage of 1 rts for whatever , mercies se'en; fit, His- wisdom and sC. .to .v uchsufe to us, His t creatu...

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 November 1852

proceed to at Elf the sub ch, for the good ol our State, m proper to bring to ymour r-Eiit Ine evr:,tly tol that 'u will jolil m11e in1 ri teartflt thaniks anld praikes it "od, f'or the nua1y aind utntosei-Nd mec e bedowed uponit 8 rt ecople duirhig the pa:1 year. SlIthttigi soeu~l)P portion of our' Staite is trembled henith the sco'r-e of he "Pestilence, w i valikE'th i darktiess AII \aseh bV. ynoondax,"yet we have -' CIuSC f10r tlttliiiniss that We .have.been permitted to enjTo, in] uthe-r - portions, more thain a u.sual daireti ot health; and alt luimg'h we have been called tipon to miurn the Eva% tion and ruin .which moarked the track of the late disastrous 'and in pr.ecedenited flood, yet whrever itt dr. i'tlting effects were not felt, a rich nad abundant ha vest will reward the Tabor of the husbandman. Terrible as has beci the blow to the pi-osperity of our State, by the destructii of crops and bridges on nur water-courses, and as deeply as we sympathize with those ()f out l. ...

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 November 1852

Sqo the re-estad s unent eatet t agmta ciifiiA, Nov.26-8.10 p. m. .1 hin the past day or two we have ) vy .rains, which have. extended h biterior. Along the line of a brgvia Railroad heavy rains have idlt i8 apprehendd that some We of tuit Road' have suffered 4hqgater is now runrning. oil Bay. it in thiq city on : line withl the noef the upper w harves. The ri er hitsnnixteenl to seventeen feet and Atil risit abolt two incies per ur It will, however, have to rise S u. feet more before it uan reach Broad Aet. lbont four thiusand bales of ant that were upon the whai nthiting shipment. all have bevn saved - wet state, except about two huin bales, whieh drilled oil' A steam. h';bowever, has been sent afler themi, "it ,s aiitieipated that nearly all of mwill be saved also.-Churleston andard. DMAoEs AGAmsr A RAiLIOAD COMs S-ANv.-Wiu. Frilev recover .1,000 da nagesi New-York, on Satur. from the 11tindson River Nail r Cimpany. It was an action Itir Snjaries'eceived by the plaintitT. 4n th 4...

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. — 30 November 1852

m,~, rie I1-if URYEA. Clothing Warehouse, No. 238 King street, S Af U EL . v. 1) , ('1A 11L.US'O1N s. C. JIN' DIRYrA AnY 21%t, 185- 3) if W. A. KENT & MITCHELL, FAS1110N A 11LE Clothing.and Out-Fitting Tl A*I I S. 11 Mf E N T ASONIC HALL, No 268 Kig-strect, corner of Pti if~nnfll indat l imes10. a full Id complete stock oil' of IGA.DY-MTADE CLO407TIKG AUILICLE IS.RMNS - '.A. KENT. G. 11 ,i 1. ngfactr 1g f tW Isimeo Cnsto, . . WIN UE CfoUNN ny18 1 I:0 tf BHARMONIC INSTITUT E FERDINAND ZOGBAUM1,113 Importer of 'IUSIC, rUSICAL INSTRU Ill E3NT-'. King stret, Sign of the Lyre, Charleston, S. C. SAMUEL C, DUNN, HU71s0LEAS.LE CLOT71XG SlJI(XAN! SLK AND IS - tirlishing War'ehouse, NO. 120 11AY.N1, STREETA-, -)r-ssCIs aes Ia !. C. Mosery.ang-St., &Charlest.a, &,. nIAinr io gunI irie at. 31 i -.8n57 - en t a r ya n. iheo will beial re arktbl an tn h (incI'rjc ,"(e il, opp.J ;che flig aron Joudn no, 1 i85 eic 2.y(Xi i --itoodsn for all rade PNAIIllION. .111. 1-1 . lrie.EE 2'1 C. 53...

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. — 7 December 1852

- L DEVOTED TO SOUTHERN RIGHTS, DEMOCRAC. NEWS, LITERATURE, Sc AN HE ART& 3 WV. J. FRANC1s, Proprietor. - - - Wo Dvi4 cow-anu Mir sXab u Ln..In a# VOL. VII. SUMTERVILL E, SC., DECEM1BER 7, 18 % :MISCELLANEOUS. HEROIC CONDUCT OF A i IS8OURI GIRL-THE CASE OF Z ARY SILMORE. he Suday Times has lately giv 'en a sort of romantic history of an etvent which occurred in Southwest -ern Missouri not many years ago. The. facts are gleaned from a report r fthe trial of Mary Silmore for mur der. The writer of the article says hat he was himself counsel for the heroine, on her trial; and the p'inci. gal events related are on record in the archives of the Circuit Court of asper County, Missouri. On the 4th of July, 1840, the lynchers of Jasper were all in mo tion. The captain of the band had tnade a requisition for their whole * force, and, accordingly, full two hun dred, completely armed and equip. ped, assembled at the court house as the point of departure on their des perate expedition. They...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
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