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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 26 April 1853

* *.- - EWVOTE TO1 SOUITHERNTRTS, IDEMOCRAC NEWS, LITERATURE, SAND T WTS J. RICHARDSON LOGAN, WN. 0. F.aANCIS, Proprictors. VOL* V.110 SUBITERS. RIL 2dvdc VOL. VII. .SUJMTERVILLE, S.C., APRiL 26, 1853.. MISCELLANEOUS. From the Mobile Tribune. Plutarch Pictures. William C. Preston. Standing before one of the fire-places you see a tall man apparently about fifty years of age. His person is en veloped in an old plaid cloak, but you see at a glance from the anima tion of his face, and the graceful mo tion of his arms, that he is a man of mark, and he is surrounded by sev eral gentlemen, who are listening to his remarks with profound attention. Suddenly, he throws his cloak aside, and advances. The first tones of his voice fall upon your ear like the "sweet south." "I rise to advo eate the motion of my friend, Gener. -al Hayne. The giant of the west woos the bride of the south-give him the bride!" Who is he that opens his dis -course like an emperor? It is WiI liam C. Preston, and he is ...

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. — 26 April 1853

0 *tw.l -RU' G AN & FRIANCIS. ).,-DOLLARS in advance, Two Dollars y Cents at the expiration oraix months, Three Dollars 'at the end or the year. yOper dicontilnued until all arrearages Yi6n, tine. at the option of the l'ropriettor. Adverisements inserted at SE~V EN'TY oCent aper square, (12 lines or less,) for rie first$ and half that aunt for each subsequent rton. I.0 number of insertions to be marked 19 A vertisements or they will be published t;wiltrered' to be discontinued, and charged n -DOLLAR per square for a single tlon. 'Quarterly and Monthly Advertise n oncewill be charged the same an a single in * rtloh. and semi-monthly the same as nev oese The late Vice President. WILLTAU RuFus KIN;u, was a native ' Norih Carolina, where he was rIA a . A a6 cJwequent 1 years of age. is duties wIere mitaed to presiding in the Senate, and in his absdiice, the President pro tem.. 6ifthiat ody, w.ho is elected by the enators, takes his place. Mr. Atchi *oonf'Missouri, is at present Pres...

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. — 26 April 1853

SaarnalICourier, of he 17th inst sayst A case was tried, during the re cent sessin of the U. S. Circuit Court in tfins ity, which ought to be general I' Unorst6od, both by the people and th officials who have charge of the v,arious Post Offices -throughout the country;. The Postmaster at Sylva nia, in Seiiven county was arraigned and 'fined fifty dollars, for delaying letters In his office. The law makes it the imperative duty of every Postmaster to forward all nil' m'atter deposited one half hour beforede departure of the mail, un. a lon ei timo should be granted by the ostmaster Geieri, on ae eeunt orthe business of the office. ThMor are also sovere penalties for delaying letters, papers, &c., after they have been mailed and on their way to iheir places of destination. So stringent are the laws, that a rigid and prompt discharge of their official duties only can save the Postmasters from their penalties. The above is the first instance of a conviction that we have heard of, an...

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. — 26 April 1853

~F~Arom~he fiwgYrk--Day 100k.] 40 I iVygiu'6vre Noning. e yojuisr beku in life, ittIM- a"cent- to spute' tn- matjrully the strifi, Wi each gnawing care; A f'our nerves in vigor strung; > a tUp! Go it Whilo you're young a'.Thr not thou a debaucheeo. To show thy youthful spunk; "t icomneth ill the free To go upon a drunk! - Stick to right with so:l and tongue; ,ads tiy' Go it while your're yong camper ,not about the town A't home spend all thy nights; Be not done completely brown, oBy'y seeing won'drous sights. Lot all vice aside be flung; Go it While you'ro young Find sone girl you think will suit, And pop the question straight; se, she'll sny-"lTho ugly brute! I.knew he'd speak too Into." When you are the girls among, Heils up! Go it while you're young Save each cent you need not spond, Though sinall the suni appears; On .this fact you may depend, ThOvwill count up in years. F~rihem fortunes oft have sprung: leads'up! Go it while you're young Sofd the rights of freedom tight I J-...

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. — 3 May 1853

40 --4 4 r~ I.-t.-. ., -K. - > + - * ) IlI -ft - T T )- T - DEVOED'TO "UTERNRIGHTS' ECRCY ~ Uj TO: 'OL uye - SU It a,9 VOL.II.SUMTERIVILLE,S.U., MAY 3, 1853. The mLanei;er and the Baby. ro was no one at home except b 6. 6ner, ind baby, and I. Ba b J~ist gone.to sleep, when ba bylu other ,remembered a trifling commission whiqh she had promised to execute. for me in the village. With aTijihjpction to touch the cra dle if the baby awoke, she departed, leaving me proud of my new employ m t n~d1 'lled by. past immunity idto'a state of fatal becurity: , Histo ry .i full of similar examples. With one eye on my book, and tho other6on the cradle, like a faithful watch dog, I listened to the retreat ing fQotfall .that should have warned me, but did not, 'look out for squalls.' Ihad no idea of the awful responsi bility which I had taken upon my self,- or I should have shrunk from it as icat does from' water, or a mastiff from auliadng machine. In fact, I~ tather suspect that I felt, in a tr...

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. — 3 May 1853

B ANNER ~Uk~3 Y IX0Rv ING LoGAN & FRANCIS. "3MC L.LARS in advance, Two Dollars ftV Cnts at the expiration of six months, F hPl a-at tho end of the year. p6 e ipsrOcontinued until all arrearages arte ID,')n it the option of the Proprietor. Alverisements inserted at SEVENTY. .I Cents per square, (12 lines or less,) for fir.and half that sum for each subsequent The number of insertions to be marked k Advertisements or they will be published tiltrdered to be discontinued, and charged cordifls. kNE DOLLAR per square for a ningle userion. Quarterly and Monthly Advertise will be charged the same as a singre in on, and~serni-monthely the same as new nso Terrible Catastrophe I ecking and Burning of the Steamer Ideperdente- Great Destruction of Life-One Hundred and Twenty Lives Lost I The editors of the San Francisco Daily Whig give the following particu. Jars as related to them by Dr. Corbett, surgeon of the ill-fated steamer: "When the steamer was heached with her bows on, and before 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. — 3 May 1853

'lfUi-BANNER 0 1 V D Y RIORN ING GAN. & FR ANCIS. 1L;ARS in advance, Two Dollars rit n14 at the expiration of six months, d uoss-at the end of cita year. M per fiscontinued until all arrearages , -iare drAW.uo; lat'the option of tle lropri.or. iAtdtisements inserted at SEVENT Y. YCntsper square, (12 lines or Lesn,) for he fnt, .and half Mhat sum for eacl subsequint The nurmber of insertions to be marked M 'Advertisements or they will be ublished A rddred to be discontinued, an charged .. E DOLLAR per square for a single 'nertlpn. Quarterly and Monthly Advertise "rd meqtwill be charged the i.ame as a singre in * reertlon, eindseni-monthly the same an new onso errible Catastrophe I recking and Burning of the Stcamer nIfdeperidnce-Great Destruction of Life-One Hundred and Twenty Lives Lost! The editors of the San Francisco Daily Whig give the following partica lars as related to them by Dr. Corbett, surgeon of the ill-fated steamer : "When the steamer was beached with her bows on, ...

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 May 1853

.iV.. SANNER GAN & FRANCIS. W"WL&ARS in advance,wvo Dollars teA teexpiration of sit months, i lst the end of tho year. pA' ' i'cortinued .until all arrearages .r , Cp at the option of the Proprietor. lAdvttisemente inserted at SEVENTY. ~ Cents per square, (12 lines or less) for hefit and half that sun for each subsequent f The number of insertions to he marked n Advertisements or they will be published Oniered-to be discontinued, an charged S .DOLLA R per square for a single en.. Quarterly and Monthly Advertise *rIIewIll be charged the same as a singfe in and,serni-monthly the same as new onse errible Catastrophe 1 Wreig'and Burning of the Stcamer Ifndepen'dene- Great Destruction of Ltfe-One Hundred and Twenty Lives Lost!/ The editors of the San Francisco Daily Whig give the following partic. lars as related to them by Dr. Corbett, surgeon of the ill fated steamer: "When the steamer was beached with her bows on, and before the flames had broken out, a rush was made for the n...

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. — 3 May 1853

to pay.him $Jl 1*00e qakiqg ,(40,j000 TtaI 'anioitnt 'of salary perg sprijkt4t*00,00 I T'ihis gentirntkeout letters of credit tohdr n on. millIon a month on nccouNjit 0#g' d deat, and has one iourth intefetshiin'the profits. On the whule, Inelding'tiaIry and business; we nk lis gentieman might man age t- m.e both ends meet.-ven. Brtioie -vxs--The case of the abju. rant 'is81p of the Diocese of North Carbitia'coritiues 'to excite interest in both hemianphbrs. On the supiect of hi's1 W j sanity, Judge Ives, of C I brother, a man of souid j0ement and Integrity ,writes thus 'tie editor of the "Church Re. 'vieW" "Sir: The statements weich you have readlolnife, had 'which you propose to publish of - constitutional tendenevY to mentardeiangemnent in my fatherfa famIly, anid also of certain facts -in p roofof8Uch tendency, I have no hesitatti~nii'iding,.are fully sustain ed by m own personal knowledge; nor, ave tan' dubte -that the con -Auct a 13ishop Ives, In his late de. feetlo toRome, mu...

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. — 3 May 1853

A. st* .. 4ji- 1 J -l,_1Xh k4CwimA - 'I~ t is more J lieounyt spirr .4 y outlier ear y b1A'a;. itr dlicycle inanaged. Ilere is 'w J e ll rpL14n'f a touching.. little kis T1IIE K ISS. (Jl no-eI no-for shame! pray not Wiy, you begoin, I see, to gl-w unruly; - ' Ethil h . sufllered you my aid ~ ~casp n.114. '1je:you lea.e to kiss me -sure 'Vyge-ir, I really am quite shock'd, .'ow,. To ae of-late how very rude you 'grow. Vioiild my ioE tier eayl I fdare Snot thinik Olj ear, if abe had caught us! how n1'ifrhid to night, I shall not sleep i, ,think hoiv: you'll oblige in * ttlinsemb~le! } ~ sha1 bInsli, if I but nect yur eyed!.. 0 pd tCwas very %w1ong, you jrpray,1-emovr your arm from aropnd muy waist, innst, not sufflor you to sit so near me; iraid twas wronig to be so close cm bra'd. ' Vou moan no-goott by doing so I fear me, yibtlior warn'd ine of' vo to iid unt'thin k you'd bc o hold; iideed Pra doii't approach your lips so close to mine, Asou do now-you know there's no one iteniing; ...

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 May 1853

DEVOTED TO SOUTHERN RIGHTS, DEMOCRACY"NEWS LITERATURE, 80IME AND TIE ARTS 5iV.ARACS, A ProprIetor . n TR ---Two .VII. SUMTERVILLE, S.oU., MAY 109 18 3 MIS ELLANEOUS 8oo=n Swanow the Woman Taner, 'Rule a wife and have a wife." Solonon Swallow was a bachelor, 1 aU a rusty one, too; but, neverthe less, he had made up his mind to one thing, that he was the only man living who had acquired any knowledge of the art of taking care of a wife,' 'All the married men are dolts,' was Solomon's constant asservation. 'Therd, for instance, is my neighbor, Tom Tangible; his wife makes a sort of three-legged stool of him: she moves in one corner, and then in an other, and sits on him and walks on him as if he was iobody in the house, while he, poor man, takes it as easy as though it was the most natural thig'in the wvorld, Now that I were only'Tom Tangible, I'd first write a series -of matrimonial articles, and if Mrs. T. didn't abide by them, I'd sub mit her to the wholesome discipline of bread and...

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 May 1853

N nN -AR in advan wo Dola r Wta the expiratiom of six months -attli end of the year. ~dscotIifss tintil all arrearage * AiV hieat the. option of the Proprietor e Pients inserted it SEV OrN' Fr e, (12 lined ot ledi,) o if at sum for each libequrn - 9'ThE~1lMaVW6Thldlltaw-be'inarkee . AiLyertibenunts or they will be published - e dseuntinuqd, and charged DOLLAR per square for a sIngl Quarterly and Monthly Advertise towill be chared the samoan a aingle in aqdsemi-monthly the same as new ona 'Wh*e4lAtiversal Yankee Nation Frourthw Senate-Report -from the P yt Pjoffice for.- the year 1851, wc thetgew the titles of the appli e nut for originality, as follows, tc .A wit: Improvement in machines for assort ing-brooni corn, ditto in Candlesticks Quiltig fraies, Looms for weaving semesa bags, Seed Planters, Printin: PrdsaCorn Shellers, Rotary Pumps Fir A'rrns, Grass Harvesters, Maguet Engines, Bridge Trusses, Coa Stoyes, Vices, Ox Yokes, Car Wheels Cfriao. Tops, Hubs and Axles Steerig Apparst...

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 May 1853

n L WyR lnkv ar Centsai tthe expiration of mil months, at thb end of the year. Vd iconUliVedu atil all arrearages r '. ' 6 1 t. l jhe se at the option of the P orietor. riisentiinserted tEViNTy. .quare, (32 lineso si ,) for "if that sum for eaoh subsequhnt no be nrtked S adyertidsoments or they will be published discontinued, and charged . -11DOLLAR per square for a single rion.u iarterly and Monthly Advertise OWni wvill be charged the same an a single In? -rtoand seni-monthly the same as now ons Il The-Uaiversal Yankee Nation. FTrom-lthav'Senate--Report from the Patej1~'ffice for the year 1851, we gathier. ajfew f the titles of the appli &nts fooriginality, as follows, to wit: Improvemernt in machines for assort ing brooi corn, ditto in Candlesticks, Quilting frames, Looms for weaving sehmless bagss, Seed Planters, Printin. PrMes,-Corn Shellers, Rotary Pumps, Fire'Ai m,Grass Harvesters, Magnet to Engines, Bridge Trusses, Coal Stoves, Vices, Ox Yokes, Car Wheels, Cariae Tops, Hu...

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 May 1853

town, -adaentened . on .onday last to-pay a fine .:600, and.. undergo, n, 1.impen~seg~ment o0 nino years. Soll tary confrgmentvEat hard lepor. Fienanuba neeting ofthe American 4edica:Aish ' vms was po ln&Vin 1ir 0 o th.learned.)6'dy. ""trdtogeher. ini the S veeigt 4 h he bet.,, . the -experts. rte n ae.moat .probata, bly nut " afai.4v the'diedical. profeis siliot " certainly be goic6. judges .f diet. 'he governors of the. huh d ritn_ .bbave .itimtit - teir intention to invite. the members. 't1in -6std 'tht, 'Nubiro i xt6~sat Bellevye, at 1ahckwell's I1i el8,1o th'at th-dr'. Issiot 0rid 4btibt thateach and' all will hWe "a good timeV .1 IN t N E A L, :ARBIEL):-Op Tuesday, .28th, Rev. SAMUEL Mcatnst, wki.EWILLIAM McKEN2MI, of Siinte, to MISS MARGARET Uf, GRAHAM ot Williamsburg. 8#EVIAL NOTICES. A4 ottin Selematfic Wondee 2 IMJPORTANT TO DYsPEPTIcs. J. S. lov'ghton's Pepsfa .de atue 1)v Eit.pyhiqi. or'Gtnc Jsdce, prePPed fro;n. Reinet, or ti.i PourtliStomach ofthe Or, after ditecti...

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. — 10 May 1853

8n dhu liked c roaml; -~ - p i stopos at Ile door, 'u. ; home! V 0 tight when Julia smiled, Yst have miteL before:) y he is beguiled, i'll iever see him niorel ll-sing no more the pongs he loved, Nor play the- waltzes o'er; - Ner:wear the colors he approved, - I .nevor plense him inore! co.quer son love' tioolish flame, 41 thousands have buiore. Y litiewhene'er I hear his name, nd ne'er pronounce it more! - Th it of hair I must resign, That next my heart I wore; .e, too, must yield that tress of mine lie *tole when truth he swore! qh'e miniature I used to trace, nd feel romantic o'er, rfroMn its morocco case, And never kls it morel hip ring-his gift-I must return (t, makes my finger sore;) Then there's his [etters-those I'll burn, Aod trample on the door! Ilis sonnet, that my album graced, tears thus blot it o'er,) 'iI eves together thus I'll paste, Amd never behold it more! ill :valtz and flirt with Ensign G -, (Though voted oft a bore!) In rlto, I'll show my heart is free, And sig...

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. — 10 May 1853

14)illtniver a~ himt tnnrti 01 !li hah iked ara v i i"If h stelps at thq door, - e. - l'u' - home! At ight when .JuliaL smiled, 114t.! have Met bWfore:) y her he is beguiled, I 11 never'see him tnbre , leng no more tho songs he loved, 'N tor playthe- waltzes o'er; o4r w~ear the Colors'-he approved, eeir pIense in inre! ...-iosuntser s.>on wotv Joolish flae, thondus have before. tangeewhetite'er I hear his name, _-Aid, ne'er pronounce it nore! aitof hla r I must resign, 'hat next my heart wore; no, maust yield that tress of mine -1;' tole when truth he swore! h ei .iature I used to trace, ad feel -romantic o'er tarfrorn its Morocco hle, n ver kn it moore alThe ing-his gift-I must retrn ( t.aket my fnger sore;) 'Ten tire's his letters-those I'll burn, A-ind traple on the door! ris oniniet that my albusm graced, (bly tears thus blot it o'er,) Thi leaves to her thus I'll paste, '*nd never hold it more! 1il'waltt ad flirt wvith Enign G (Though voted ot a bore!) ' n short, I'll show my...

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 May 1853

All I *44 DEVOTED TO SOUTHERN RIGHTS, DEMOCRACY, NEWS, LITERATURE, THE r. RICHARDSON LOGAN VIPpI. r.eFRANCISt TER S--Two D V . FRNI, -'m ,LLt* S o g MAY n Acvance VO.II. SUlMTERIVILLE, S.0., MAY 17, 1855. .,~ YIICELLA NEO US - A Georgia Jndg4's Decisioi OR, .GETTI'NG , " TiawT " ON DAD Licuon. Many. years ago, while the State of Georgia was yet in her infancy, agi eccentrie creanire, named Young, was one of its Circuit Judges. le 'asa man of considerable ability, of inflexible, integrity, aiyl much be loved and.respected by all the legal profession; but he bad one common fault. His social qualities would lead him, despite his judgment, into frequent excesses. In travelling the circuit, it was his almost invariable habit, the night before opening the court, to get 'comfortably corned,' by-means of appliances common upon such occasions. If he couldn't suc ,,eed, while operating upon his own hook, the members of the bar would generally turn in and help him. Itwas in the spring of the y...

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 May 1853

IT BANNER 3 0 1MZ10RNING NU& FRANCIS. Y 118n advace Two D~ollars o4% X -S itle exprtion of six nontis, nisrs at the end of the year. i*di4tiontinued until all arrearages PL09 eso at the option of the Proprietor. 8~Avert~ienents ins2erte~l at SEVENTY ts p square, (12 lines or leSss) for V first,-andlialf that sum for each subseiqent tion. .The.iumber of insertions to be marked LVrtisenents or they will be published tt odered to be discontinued, antI charged NE-DOLLAR 'per square for a saingla hertion-. Quarterly and Monthly Aivertise ai-sti will be charged the same as a single in .! eer lonj and senti-monthly the sane as new onst -Pridid f6o the N. Y. Expss.] ishionsm for II iny Thursday morning, Madame Fer _ero oiened her superb show rooms to thL pbblic, and set the world of fitsh -inhal'f crazy with a beautiful dis play of mi.lliner'y, fresh from Paris, and of a-gossamer gracefulness that might fievo been manufactured in fairy land.- Straws, combined with ihat delicate fabric w...

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 May 1853

k.. JMatANolioLY WAiY~.Oin 01st: Friday morningan affray-. oeured near :1May binton, in this District, between Capt. Join D. Simsn a nd Thos.- Pur doe and wi'e, in Which both Purdee hnd wife were killed.- It appchrs that .Purdeoe was Sims, overseer, -and had beipn- dischargd Cromiserylee - th-day provldus,.:iut refused to leave the pienls'es or gIve possession of the keys which- looked the corn crib and andother farm houses;' Sims, by the advice of friends; attempted to put ne\v looks upon the nouses, in which he or dered one of his negroes to assist him. A dispute thereupon arose between Sims-Aid Purdee, in which Purdee,s wifeinterfered with a pistol in her hand aud was shot by Sims. Purdee, sent his son to the dwelling house for his gun, and as the son was about to hand it to him, Sims shot down Pur kee. The two lingered about twen ty-four hours and died of their wounds. Sims promptly delivered himselt up and is now in charge of Sheriff Bonds. 'Unionville Jour. al, DzL*Giihs:z-The...

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 May 1853

-do and go~tt p h late lanret'ed Y far tanid was written early number of 'te Knick A Soug of May. iiidat; scented buds all around tme Te o I. in the streton, there is heaitf.i.ho' gale ; s .so of elrIt in each bosom is dwell ig, - Afloat the-pure day-beams o'er niott. ail) and vale; hb;-desqlate reign of Old Winter is bro. e verdure is fresh npon every tree; Nature s revival the iarm, aud a token love, oh thou Spirit of Beauty ! to thee. 1ho sun looketh forth from tho halls of the mornmg, 4nd hushes the clouds that begirt his career; welcomes the gladness and glory, re. - turnine To.roston. the promise and hope or the year; S fila ithrich light all the balin-breath fle mounts to the zeninti, and laughs on the wive ; lie' wdakeu into music the green forest bowers, And gilds the !ay plains which the broad v veri lave. young bird is out of his delicate pin Ile timidly sails in the infinite shy A greeting to Mlay. anid her fairy dominion, He pours on the west-witds fragant sigh:t Around...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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