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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 22 March 1853

r At A imiuit the South. Y<0 ing fron D. .ti of -Grasses shoula South much more at. W6"t hais in the past. The to stock from the crib or TTailIs n expensive afllir. We t Northern grasies to j~onig. us, but .shom adloplt "Southern latitudes. Dr. s of Albama, has sent us a i which he recommends the 1a0r3s as altogether ndapted 'Aiants Z truq, that it does not flour i) etual verdure h Ie, as it in Jamaica, but it grows luxuri Vantlfr, eight months iii the year aa time when almost all our tth j aficial grasses are parched -upby the'heat of the sun. Being a i&Q4t 6f the tropics, it rejoices in the beat of the sutmmer's sun. SPIn'gt up im our climate with firsiarbingers of spring, it bears 0 td owings till the chilling the fall. As is known to (us, we had on the 7th April 'er a severe freeze, which d. Imuch of our corn, and all the on which was thecn growing. The 'pinea grass was at that tie hign e 64h to now, but it was killed near o the giouid. Subsequently the caion which it was...

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. — 29 March 1853

Kh fw% - -- - - - A* DEVOTEDT"SIY 4i RC~l SON IL96AlyN , & Proprietors., g g SUTT R V IL L E A R ' EL L A N -E0 U 8 5w a ~ 'els enho' Dead. Ari SISTgRtA STORY. - o8 pApers entitled, "Ex 7th-Portfolid of an Excite o tk ' ave just been com u 1 N '%Harp4er's Magazine. We 6pdvf the'stories, which, though ald~ we think we have read it Soti re beforc-?-is exceedingly in 0!dhefday vhen I dined with my dft fit, the Rev. John H- was ofWthbgibty. He :was a man about 4&-.y ar -of sge, dressed with pecu liareatiiess, and entirely in black. Atiel st'I was vpry much disip ditated evith his appearance, for he &duno'frm nor comeliness to recom iteiid him He was a slightly made manVithjet-black hair, without one O6d feature in his face, except the 6y and'-had a somewhat saturine 1 exler His air had something piclditily calm and tranquil in it, with dut *fyrafl'At ion of dignity; but a still gab ease, which implied more . than 1 perceied at the time. When he'smiled, hoiever-and he did so ...

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. — 29 March 1853

A L ' W7, *, 2 MIRI FRAN, ~A~ n advance, Two Dollars tu a the expiration 4of six months, ais authei end of the year. ned until all arrearages 0- k a t thce option of the Proprietor. d' tI~mnents Inverted at BEV ENTY a uare, (12 line@ or less) for sum fa teah subseqment enabir of Insertions to be marked dients of they will be published to- be discotiniaued, and charged DOLLAR per square fora single ekterly and Monthly Advertise aeugedmthe same as a single In -Imonthlythe same as new ones rorn the Southern Cultivator. t AX ape Farm equal to three. tart, Esq., in a recent Ad. the Ohio Agricultural So. Mel tt speaki on this .subject: rfrmers who are destroying 6 ness of their farms -1 rk as they find that stare diminishing, think on. f ding their area by add. %f surface, as if they sup _&tbat"their title deeds only gave Lj 4'ight to six inches deep of If thof will take tho--e deeds, hcii meaning, and apply the n16toltheir fields, thev will soon re hithree-fold crops the fect that 0....

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. — 29 March 1853

--7 theo0th bisf.,y ell,- Esq:,H9D. :1 .. .A$osam Wit. t Ai E'ihimi A. 11RiNGmp &M.6 ai'ndon County. . OECAL*. NOTICES. pottn esfentific WonderI OTAIT. TO DYSPEPTICS. liHoghton's Pepsin, the true D1 4 -idor. Oaetric Juice, preppared from :1y k 1ourth Stomach of the Ox, after rpbep ron, Liebig, the great Physiolo. st, by J.8. Houghton, M. D., Phila. .d T is truly a wonderful remedy for I41geaIof;,]D)yspephla, Jaundice, Liver Com pliz qtpatlion .and Debility, curing after 000s :r'W a - Method, by Nature's Own ttI Gistric Juice. Pamphlets, contain 1SSoilfIel'evidence of its value, furnished b~igetitsgats. See notice among the medica advertikements. 8-1y. Polsonling. Thoisands of parents who use Vermifuge. composed of Castor Oil, Calomel, &c., are not 11*~radt wvhile they appear to benefit the pa flet.-theyaei actually laying the foundation for .serbsiof diseases, such as salivation, loss of sight, wea1rness of limbs, &c. In aaother column will be found the adver - tiseri of...

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. — 29 March 1853

mprialgland 1 4~b~nintains ripie1 ~ne on every hund ty covering skies! tliis,1-obnot for these, flda to roam, tieareri spoIl to me, -,y giehoqpe , Y61s"their liqiId wealth, I lldd, o the sen, u nd Valoys bloom with health, hireon with verdure be! 40r46, Proud oceans-stroams, zpre. dome-, wo sunny South !-I cling to thee, t rny(native home! tood beneath Italia's clime, elovedqttale An4 song' nel hills, proud aud sublime, A re'hiwd'nders throng, 'sOOip clasic, sun-lit streans, gods, of old, did roam, have found so fair a land, thou-my native home PN , d ?t.prouder glories too, T nnafovergave, hu-siso'er thee her genial dew, tictfreedom'i pinions wave, eace flings her pearls around, Algionaliftc. her dome : hese, these endear thiee to my heart, wa loved native home! 1 nd4eaven's beat gift to man" is thine, Gad bless thy rosy girls 1 kesylvan flowers, they sweetly shine, Thelr hearts are pure as pearls! ?A Ad grace and goodness circle them, aere'er their footsteps roam, Howcan 1 then, w...

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. — 5 April 1853

-N* "I -l - t LOGAI DEVOTED TO SOUTHERN RIGHTS, DEMOCRAC NEWS, LITERATURE SCIENCEAND TiA 5% . F r es, Prprietor-"s-,'"ER - v I I. UHTERVILL E, S. C., API ., 183. is AHICLTUR. From the Southern AgriculturisL P4Mats ,dapted to Soiling in the South. A lack of green food is one of the evils of Southern husbandry. It causes'.-miserable looking stock to aboninerom one end of the coun try to other. It is true, the sea dosotlro are not adapted to the con tin'uousprodiiction of an abundant 4 ply of. such desirable food, bnt wherecant:we find tho country iu which the products of a vi-gin soil forever continue? Man mest set his 'hands to work, to supply these *ants, and if care and proper fore thought be bestowed, the remedies are'altays t0 be found to supply these arid similar defects. Grazing, for slhee and neat cattle, is practicable o thosp soils which produce grass \vell; .but with our hot sunshine and arid-hills, there are few spots in the plinting .portion of the South, which furnish a ...

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. — 5 April 1853

DEVTED TO SOUTHERN RIGTS EORC SLTRTR C C NT - F AliCISProprietors., VOIL'a, N.1 1 0SUMTERVILLES S.O., A P It-It 5, 853 - -"4 A Fromhe Southorn AgriculturisL 2 ft.t pdapted to Soiling in the South. 1 A lack of green food is one of the f evils of Sonthern husbandry. It Oauies.-miserable looking stock to 1 db6undafrem one end of the coun try tx6other. It is true, the sea dinis hbre are not adapted to the con. tigotis PrQduction of an abundant f duippiof such desirable food, bat where-canwwe find the country iu whiah.the products of a virgin soil I forever continue? Man mest set his 'hands to work, to supply these wants, and if care and proper fore. 1 thought be, bestowed, the remedies i ard alWays to be found to supply these a a similar defects. Grazing, for heleep and. neat cattle, is practicable I oil thoso soils which produce grass yel; .but with our hot sunshine and I arid hills, there are few spots in the I planting portion of the South, which ' furnish a sufficient quantity of he...

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. — 5 April 1853

- UARS Ii advance, Tw4 Dollars Ce"to at the expiration of six maonths, rat the end of the year. se1"ninued until all arrearages 3 atthe option of the - Proprietyr, il .&dvsetits Ifaserted at SEVENTY 6;z-,(12 littes or less,) for Mat sum for enca subsequent T esiimbr of insertions to be marked - Ititements or they will be publishied ;d dobe ,discon tinued, and clearged EDOLLAR pe sare for a single Quarterly and Moitly Advertise hi 11ibe charged the same an a single In anAnd sejni-tnonthly the samne as now olues Ift~rok fpdU 3a~tshin. h aisof -New York ihave been Q DLAthe gui vao, wit regard pr nga shins, and their anxie t wer -re ed by the notices that appeal in th H lrald of this week, thatsotitThursday their friends the mil. linirs 1iould be prepared to satisfy their curioat, The dag being thus named, partes were mnade tip amiong r elsf-and, on the part of t ihe mi i-u'i. ew ris been the gre atest die hy feegy to honor ijthem with a sit O thepart of both, expecta. -i Ivnre wrog...

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 April 1853

8 ONTE IBR AN NE Ls EUBL NED ~rEIID iM5 Y MORN ING SY -OGN & FRANCIS. TERMS, W OL.ARS in advance, Two Dollars ahd Fifty Cents at the expiration of sii nionthm, et*3Vkvt Dellars at the end of the year. Woopaper discontinued until all arrearages are PAID, unless at the option of the Proprietor. - Advertlseinents Inserted atSEVENTY 'it Cents per square, (12 lines or less,) for irt, and half that mum fur each subsequent nuirtlon. The number of insertions to be marked On al Advertisements or they will be publitaed until ordered to be discontinued, and charged accorli l~. t.g N F. DOLLAR per square for a single usertlon. Quarterly and Montty Advertise sients will be charged the same as a single in ertion, and somi-monthly the saise as new once New York Spring Fashions. The Ladies of New York 1have been soje tine on the qui vioc, with regard to the spring fishins, and their anxie ties were relieved by the notices tha:t appeared in the Herald of this week, that on Thursday their friends...

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. — 5 April 1853

S0"'lie 19th tilt., there arrived at .it. Louis, via New-Orleans, about three hundred and thirty persons, , ormons, on their way to Salt Lake, chiefly from England. The St. Louis Republican. learns from Mr, Wheelock, late presiding elder of the Church in that city, an just returned from Eng land, that there are six more ships on the way, hiefly freighted with niem bers oftthis Church and their families. H1e estimates thenilmber expected by those ships at from -twenty-five hun. dred to three thousand. Ie is advised (f th1 arrival of a ship at the Balize with about three hundred persons from Denmark. .Arrangements are making for the transportation from Eu rope next year, of- about ten thousand. - The growth of this body is one of the most singulair novelties of the day. CURE FOR ToOTIACn.-Mr. James Baton, of Aairdrie, says: Gum Copal when dissolved in chlorofarin, forms an excellent compound for stuf'ing the I holes of 'decayed teeth. I have used it very frequently, and the benefits m...

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. — 5 April 1853

rroex th*th rn 4Stieuld..4 p:_e eop a 'Plum anhete Jeannot." to make a pudding In which n delights, t now laId eggs you must take the 4, 17i0RA basin till they thoroughly 11 yu chopthe suet up particularly ax pbutid of well-stened raisins and a : of wheaten flour, S nst themn to settle for a quarter of an 16oar.-. ThentIe the mixture in a cloth, and put it its like the water cold, and some pro tit'rho ".,tItopgh I don't know which of these two plans I ought to praise, .11how it-ought to boil an hour for overy pound it weggs. '610 if I were Queen of England, or still better, Pope of Rome, I'd have Viast plum-pudding every day I dined t home Allit*6tk'heould have a piece, and if any did remain, gNet morning for my breakfast I would fry it up again. It's "4Oh, for a Quiet Spot." BY DANIEL It. HILLIER. It's "Oh, for a quiet spot." A place where the waters sleep, &little farm and a ihltered vale, 4A home in the forest deep. "A dog for the woodland game, A dollar to spend or to keep, ...

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. — 5 April 1853

0. From ykonthern Agriculst.. L ~~ g for, a "Plum v -' ".- eanneue Jeannot." j to make a pudding In which C oridelights, k.y laid eggs you must take the o pl-ipi abaslin till they thoroughly Its 7strd:1yta chop.the suet up particularly und of well-stened raisins and a of wheaten flour, Ant, ohen Jset them to settle for a quarter of aR hpur. Then tie the mixture in a oloth, and put it in P 7 like the water cold, and some pro .1 osgh I don't know which of these two I ought to praise, 0now i-oug h to boil an hour for overy pound .",weIghs, O! 1 were Queen of England, or still better, Pop of Rome, I'd have i %vast plum-pudding every day I dined - lwhme 'All Irhould have a piese, and if any did remain, Next morning for my breakfast I would fry it up again. It's "Oh, for a Quiet Spot." BY DANIEL n. HILLIER. It's 'Oh, for a quiet spot." A lace where the waters sleep, Alittlb farmi and a sheltered vale, A home in the forest deep. "A dog for the woodland game, A dollar to spend or to -eep, A...

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 April 1853

-~ * r - ]DEVOTED TO SOUTHERN RIGHTS, DEMOCRAC ,NEWS, LITERA - *. -U --*ar it.T S--lr - xn Advance L.OVTH.R. RIGTS RVILMERAO, NEWS, LITRAUR,,CINE18DT5E3.T. >MISCELjLANEOUS. Reco1icCtioiR4 of YM'. Calltoui. The following aiticle is from the pen of a young lady of Alabama, whose reminisceLce will be read with all the more pleasure for the scarseci ty of personal anecdotes of the great Southerner It is a pleasanil yet mournful oc Odpation to recal ,tle hours spent in tie society of th i gI-at and pure statesman, and tc dwell upon the im * fe8siou made b- his conversation and appearance. Mord particularly do,I prize these minories since he is no longer among .s, and I know the privilege of listonil. to him is never again to be enjo3jid. Taught from childhood to admir I mignt almost saf-worship his eh.acter as a states man" the first time beheld him is indelibly impressed ipon nly mind. The. fame of an cloq eut minister of tie hospel had dra: together the inhabitants of the htto vilag...

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 April 1853

WRFAlSIER-BANNER $tUESDAY IMORNING * _M, LOGAI & FEANCJS. TWO DOLLARS in advance, Two Dollars aq4 Fifty Cents at the expiration of six months, w Three Dollars at the end of the year. No paper discontinued until all arrearages diA; union at the option of the Proprietor. - -Advetisernnts Insrted at 3EVENTY ent sqr.uare, tIS lines or less,) for ! kad f tbat mm for each subsequent 90 The number of Insertions to be marked 116. Avertiements or they will be published itlu "tdered to be discontinued, and charged e'oeordinuly. gW01%E DOLLAR per square for a single 4 isertion. Quarterly and Monthly Advertise meots will be charged the same as a singlo In eirtion, and semli-monthly the same as now one. For the Sumter Banner. M. EDITOR: I send a few versen for publication, which I hope you will deem *orthy a. place in your paper. They are entirely original and written from reeling. Should this, my first ofibring be accepted, V thers more deserving the name of poetry may follow if deuired: Wh...

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 April 1853

an over true alv but as the victim is a white nian, nither the indefatigable olice nor the 'nilitary bave been call out to tillay the excitement or the sympathy. Where is Mrs. Stow and the admirers of Log-Cabin philosophy I MARBIED-On the 7th, inst,, by the- Rev. Noah Graham, Tnonss H. OST5ZW to Miss DOLLY WzaXK, all of.,Clarendon, MAItRaID-On the 3rd instant in Richland District, near Gadsden, by Rey. N. Graham Mr. Ronmnr JOIsNI to Miss uiazA WUTMOR. SPECIAL NOTICES. A nother Scientific Wonder I IMFORTANT TO DYsPEI'TICs. Dr. J. 8. H1oughton's Pepsin, the true Di gestive Filuid, or Gastric Juice, proppared from Rennet, or the Fourth Stomach of the Ox, after directions of Baron Liebig, the great Physielo gical Chemist, by J. S. Houghton, M. D., Phila delphia. This is truly a wonderful remedy for Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Jaundice, Liver Com plaint, Constipation and Dobility, curing after *Xature's Own Method, by Nature's Own Agent, the Gastric Juice. Pamphlets, contain ing Sciontific e...

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 April 1853

;7.1 -ii% p~b f9wll gex.celent parody on "Tle Destrutio of, S inacherib," is - clipped from the California El Dorado News ---.Te "Greeniorns."' he cml MI.came down like the wolf on k 6nd that was said to be teeming with - Ad i -gleam of their wash-pans like cometa --or stars, Fisihed, bright oer our gnlches, our canyons and bars. Like the leaves of the forest when summer is '5green, Th kilstIn the month of October was seen I--keiltheileaves of- the forest when Autumn -hath blown, host. In- December was scatterd and Foi the "Fitnd if the Stom" spread his vings on the blast, -And inin at his bidding ca me sudder and fiast, Abd the waters were raised till aich creek was aill~toodh, And protision. went up on account of te muld. And there lay the tools they had bought upon trust Each wash-pan audicrow-bar all covered with - rust; And theru lay each Greenhorn coiled up in his totit Hispork-barrel empty, his money ill spent. And the victims thetsclves were quite loud in their wail, And 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. — 19 April 1853

IF - * DEvD TO SOUTHEf-RN RIGHTTS, DEMOCRACY NEWS, LITERA TUESINEADT J. .MICHARDSON LOGAN, w . s AnN ells, Proprietors- 4 a-alo out'att. not". VODLOiDU SURTE RVILLE S. APRITL 19, 18D C0lture of Corn and Peas. Of old friend and correspondent, Dr. Philips, of Mississippi, gives us ohe foowing directions for the culti vatioti of Corn and Peas, on pages 886-=8 of Patent Office Report for '1851: Corn.=-The mode of culture I prefer, and therefore deem 'best' is to break up land deep-6 inches and thorodgh, in large beds, say of 32 feet; run off rows with a shovel plow, 4 feet distant; this is invariable with me, giving fewer or more stalks in the row, aooording to poverty or richness of land. Drill corn at rate of about half a bushel per acre; cov er with an iron-tooth harrow, When corn is fully up, tun round with a nayrow shovel-plow, (the bull-tongue, also called scootet-plow,) clean with the hoe very nicely, leaving no grass .or weeds; thin out either at this work ing, or wait for a 0rt...

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. — 19 April 1853

ME MTh BANNER 1i ?UsLISHM D OLLA RS in advance, Two Dollars -Centatthe epratonof si months, resuollars at tho end of the year. pNer'discontinued until all arrearages a n eiss at the option of the Proprietor. !Advertliements inserted at SEVENTY Ients r uare, (12 lines or lesn,) for an.. . ... for eaoh subsequent hi number of insertions to he marked KMerisemsents or-isy will be publishod. 6edird 'to be dlseontinuod, and charged 4E DO.LAR per quabro for a single osen. Quarterl'y and 1&ntM'fy Advertise etswill be charged the same as a single in othlyte m as nw ones ' the N. 0. Picayune, -8th inst. loairie ockey Club Races. ras-r "iAcza auX IN AnZRICA ~- id'Day.-:-As faithful chroniclers bf 0.4g*vgents, we. must record yes 1e'ftia~wc, the 'fist two heats par. 4 lyeas tbe fastest ever made; but eW do.iot intend to be understood to o the race, or the contending gN the position of being by this ex *i9W the best in the country. And to our mindr affords additional of the fallacious test o...

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. — 19 April 1853

'The 'V coirresppndent of hc says thatir. ndal,4 enow 6stmaster at Now Or~oes4a; ,9t te, editor of thjaN~ Odr5 P~icytsne. TRaunsa GDxinaitEoml-4le Inter' n1 at pql Copyf;Rjg4ht Treaty, and thewSwizerhtnd Treaty, have both ,been oned for Senatorial action to rext sessI oof:Congress. S1learneo. oung lady, the other ,fiing, astonished a company by ask *' jng for the "loan 'ofa dititiutivo, ar genteous, truncated cone, convex on its summit semi-peiforated with sym. r4etrical indentations." She wanted a thimble "Don't.,be surprised, it, after you 'have bied. smoothly eight! or' ten ruonths on the voyage of maintrimony, oU are suddenly overtaken byeualls. SPECIAL NOTICES. A notar 1eleutilie Wonider Mi'ORTANT TO DYSPEPTICS. 19rr 3t I. Houghton's Pepsin, the true Ii 4 gestivi Fluid, or G(aetic Juice, proppared from Rennet, or the. Fourth Stomach of the Ox, aftet directions or Baron Liebig, the great Physiolos gieal Chemist, by J. S. Houghton, M. D., Phila delphia. This is truly a wonderful ...

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. — 19 April 1853

LComte yeahh. a~ Obr ng vas sung bla f the liarn Female tiie cneert giveh by them gU t. As to the song at is with sd much force, u our readors would like to see J4e"'4ets ihe Mitten. wAWiA O 'AIT ror THEwaO." It youi bister Jaaob but I'm not in. - ve ages le so clumsy, and your team if.ou i' unke you happy, with your -Phillis by your side, 1*go, in much a "turn out" would be shocking to my pride, Cnus -'Q. ride in a wagon, An old, rusty wagon, A queaking lumber wagon, T woit b aiatck'g to my pride? ATi Nhiintat Sweet "love story, which 11i weighed upon my heart," NtUt be4 aueer sensation which eff'ects nbther part;. Ytr loo is.In your stomach, and no doubt eryWeet, othikwhisne'er I'm by your side, of oet hing good to cat." . &RIAs -Away with your wagon, An'ld,rusty wagon, A squeaking lumber wagon, To yo it may be sweet, But in a common wagon, I would scorn to take a seat. you may consider that I'm very d oplese, Fcan ierer be happy In a dairy, making sheese; eep your little farm...

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