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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 24 May 1853

- -14 j IL DEVOTED TO SOUTHRj-~~N RIGHTS, DEMOCRACY,'NEWS, LITERATURE CEC NDTEAT CE.uARDSON LOGAl9 e - - .1 FRANCIS, Proprietors. TE S-Two Dollan v lVI t SUM ITERVILLE, S. C., M AY 24, 185. IRSOI ANEOUS. Timu d and the Duchess. TUX ANDKERCHIIEF IN TIlE BALL OF o1o*ing anecdote of Profess a iderson, 'tbe Great Wizard,' well repay perusalt During the professor's career in Europe, especially in England, his time was much occupied, and he was often called upon to attend soirees of the nobility, after his usual per formances in the public saloons. It was not uncomniort for the Wizard to keceive commands from his late maj. ,esty-, King William the fourth (who Was an adopt in the mystic art), to Visit him in his studio for the purpose ,of being instructed in Mr. Ander lon'g extensive mysteries, and after rie '4eath 'of the king, several very interest'in g seedets in natural magic were-found in his private bureau, ad. dressed to Mr. -Anderson, the great .and talented profetsor of magic. in ...

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 May 1853

Ot6GANSW FRANCI8. 0 DfLLi edvance, Two Dollare -Cents at the expiration of six months, Dollar at the end of the year. o paper discontinued until all arrearages * * ]PAID'- unless at the option of the Propretor. Advertisements inserted at8EV.NTY Cents per qUa, (12 lines or lesis,) for tri,nd half that sum fur each subcquent 1W.The number of insertions to be marked :n Advertisements or they will be lished tloied'i teo be diseundnued, wMcharged coDrdingly.. ONE DOLLAR per square for a single ertuon, Quaerly-and Monthly Advertise mentswill, be charged the same am a single in seron, and semi-muonthly the same as nolw onze A FATHER's DYING ADVICE TO HIS Onrntt.-Put your trust a'l confi 'a be in God, and you will be safe Oid happy. Be obedient to Him. Daily read a portion of his Word, and day go to Him by prayer, and cast all your care upon Him, who careth for yo. Be sensible of your failings, aind.triy to live in peace, Love each laes, and every body. W hile you live in the world, live us...

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 May 1853

A6. (ronithe D elaWare Satoie.aptter, May 1e.j .ar Arokea 0't i2SLeWes Del. - xGeatEkciteinent. he * towi. of Lowei has. been tIm'wn into great cotifusion for the pitst two days, on. account of a fleet of fifty t rhore'shil offishernen, from Aine and Cap eCod, appearin in the harbour, iid the riotous conduct of the sailors. It seeins these vessels, for some 'weeks past, have been fishing off - thed coast fur mackerel. On , Satiar. d#f they ran ito the harbor, and xte Sunday, some- doaen' or more of I-the men camie ashore, and. raised cons. tierabe disturbance in the Own of Lewe. 0 Tuesday morning the viessels put to sea, but failing to dis cover .the fishing grotinds, they re. *tihed'again the same afternoon. All grd and vexeI 'ith their disappoint ment, la y of the men march. ed._ t ih~ti, whore they com uithth'd8st excessive acts of riot 'arbi6h. They made fbreible en *A J private dwellings,- fright inisulting the female occu idn A few energetic individuals "tded 1n driving them b...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 24 May 1853

F om tie (ou. 6on Plpait 'A [ $ the Printer.O youth I saw him first, e iarty and well-dressed; a.look thut toli you plainly, - so enscience was at rest. In .tter yuers K s[aw h-mn etty look w1s gonie; Wiai p ta i f mtaild had vanithe , 'H pride ol inaihood Ilown. knew he iwed the printer, Sknew-it, by the air or general deficicy ati peeped out everywhere. never advertised. then, He never read the iews; Uptil lie die through ignorance, Both time and money losu. .one knew his business, - o one knew his name, 8oine thoght h1imll dead or brolas No uler, 'twam al) the Maine. Thewkedo world jogrgeti aloing, (Ihe printer with the bus;) .ave himl, who would n1ot jog, .But logged behiid the rest. So back he went-back-back, SA disappointeil inan; -Jutnpuitg an hi little sphere, From fire to trying pan. At aist in desperate mond Ho risijoud his dormant will; And slid-what d've thinkl Paid the Printer's bill. Gomg the other extro.me, ie published everywhere; Who he was-wh.t lie had Price, and p...

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 May 1853

- } ?v IN. A.4,j DEVOTED TO SOUTHIN RIGHTS, DEMOCRAUY, NEWS, LITERATURE SCIENCE AND THE ATS . RIC IARDSON LOGAN, TERpr--Two wim. J. FRANCIS, Propritors. O *r * 0c R VOL. VII. SUMTERVILLE, S. C., MAY 31, 183.N room of the Salem Custom louse. Here was the tragedy! The barrels in the corner might excite specula tions as to their contents; but the re iuits of a man's life of thoughtful of ,ort, passing to decay unseen and unappreciated, suggested many a ;ad and profound reflection; fnd, with ) tender pity, I laid my hand upon his neglected child of the poor Frenchmen's toil, along whose wood 3n frame and wire nerves the liv ng spirit of his thoughts had passed. Quitting the chamber, I accomlpa nied my friends to the Court I-louse; where we were soon busi ly occupied with the object of our vis it. Most eagerly did we turn ov er the sheets of yellow, tine-stained paper, patiently decipherings re cords written in a cramped and an -ient hand. Here we read depositions ,s to the most extraord...

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 May 1853

A;; jg Jt4 tI i ARi nance, Two Dollars gth~ets expiration of six montha, -a the end of the year. o papeidiscontinued untUl all arrearages - AIDtunless wt the option of the Proprietor. Vgertjisements inseried at S EVENTY pots per, square, (12 lines or less,) for etih. ndhalf that-sum for each subsequint The number of insertions to be marked artisements.or they will be pilisheil 140 red, to be discontinued, and charged 'DOLLAR per squaro for a single 6. Quarterly and Monthly Advertise 6 will be charged the same as a single in en. and semi-monthly the same as new onse OA LUOUN .o0NUM1ENT.--The South roliniL. of yesterday, after noticing therfusal on the part of the Legiskt. tureo.f Massachusetts to reconsider the vote approp riating $0,000 to the neotien ofa Monument to t-heir great Statesiita, asics when. will -one be ecee d to ilonl O'w friends of the r"Ckliniah. and the citizens of Colum. a will please excuse the candor with Which ie express ourselves, but it is -our conviction, and...

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. — 31 May 1853

.xecutive Chamber, MAY 14thi 18153. Medals have been receivd at- the Exec. utive Department for the relatives of do. .X ce:ased, nlenlwrs of the. Palmetto Regi ment and will be delivered when called for. By order of the Governor. B, T. WATTS, S.'cretary. 1. John 11. Moragne, 2. Col. Pierce M. Butler, 3. Lieut, Col. James P. Dickenson, 4. Lieut, James W. Cantey, 6. Lieut. John Ward Stewart, .6. Lieut. David Adams, 7. Lieut. Elijah F. Williams, 8. Surgeon James Davis, Jr. COMPANY A. 1. Richard Cannon Carwile, 2. I. P. Pratt, 3. Turner Crooter, 4. Zimmerman C. Mixon, 5. Thomas J. Wilder, 0. Jaines A. Wilder, 7. Eugene A. Wilder, .8.-Robert B. Wilder, V. Robert D. McCoy, .0, John J. Ramisay, 1-1. George Yates. 13. gergt M. 1. M. Murphy, 14. Serg't T'homas D. Glenn, 15i Corp. R. Marion Black, 16. Thona-P, BIck, 17. Francis G. Britton, 18. Joseh Carter, 19 .Cker, 20. Samuel H. Drake, 21. Scarbort;R. Drake, 22. James Goodall, 23. Jacob L. Jentuings 24. William Johnson, 25. Rotmrt B. Moody,...

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. — 31 May 1853

)PIP piTI#ATib oi O s.-O-i- of bsi lAs8O thI ti o of ats whichhab.appeoed, is the Es IGy -iindson as published t914lt number of the (Brit armer's Magazine. As the e atr rules- of cultivation will ap .in a great.measure to both coun ries,we shall perhaps render an ac Septahl..service to our readers by I bief outline of the facts sta at article, so far as they Sbe6 f general application. o. Any soil in good condition vall p-oduco good crops of oats--they can be profitably grown on soils too 'poorfor other cereals, rye excepted arid on all interminable stages of fertility up to rich virgin land. Scme ri, newly drained peat soils have ioduce from 80 to 100 bushels of light grain per acre. With regard --to climate, oats will flourish under a very wide range. The heaviest and best crois are grown on soils the nost productive of ordinary farm crops. For all seasons, friable loam situatcd on broken lime stone, has -been found best. Heavier or more -loddy soils are apt to suffer from drouth,...

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 June 1853

-11 1% --u - N W DEVOTED TO SOUTHER RHTS, DEMOCRACY), NWITRTR CRC N H lT f. REkCHARDSON LOGAN, ProTERie--rT. Do -L SUMTERVILLE, S*... -JUN-E 7, 1850 TEMPERANCE. Graund Division Sons of Tean perance of S. C. In conformity with a request con tained in a resolution passed by this body at its recent Quarterly Session, wVe give below an extract from the Report of the Grand Worthy Patri arch, and the Report of the Com mittee on-the same. REPORT OF THE 0. W. P. .T the Members of the Grand .Di nszon: REPRESENTATIVTS AND BROTHERs -Another quarter of the year has passed, and we are gain assembled to ascertain what has been done and what new plans we may devise for carrying or, the great work of ben. evolence and love in which we are engaged. In reviewing the past and the present condition of the te~uperance reform in South Carolina, we have much to encourage, and also much to discourage us. It is true, I be. lieve we arc making some progress, but it is in a viy that attracts but little attent...

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. — 7 June 1853

R!RY NUE$D fioleIN N - FR ANCig. I4ItCnta nt thei expiratfoa of six months, re Dollar, at the end-of the 'year. LNQ ~ lisctainuod until all arrearages o option of the Proprietor. 'aments inserted at'SEVENTrY. ua~tZre,.(2 lines or-t -sor n atin for.edch stibsequent .e numb-of insertions to be marked xAdfortiinments or they will be published idered.t be discontinued, and charged E DOLLAR per square for a Ringla sertion. Quarterly and Monthly Advertise n will be charged the same as a single in. - seriri 'nd semi-monthly !he sante as new one F rrnth.UBrooklyn, N. Y., Daily Advertiser. Iysterious Abandoiznneast of a Youiag Lady. Soen two weeks since a young girl acpapred at the Third District Station di in Court-street, and informied the' flicers that she arrived in this city that daty, roin Peekskill, with her nele,JWilliam Hague-and that on landing- froni the boat at Hamilton avenue forry, he left ner promising to .etprn in a few minutes. After wait. og r some hours, she made known the...

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. — 7 June 1853

(ai worthy nan) and a Firemaur wore killed. Ve i a eal to the hunianity ind' jut;tie ft 1he peuple along' the lineol ' ad h Aeir id in deteeting *antid brint is punishment the authvr so m uk'1 eed., - C~'11,. Pregident. (Charleeton Courier. E1Dh be~or 'of Frane o. -TU% ' A! r'espondent of the Co. AinOalil Banier thus shows 'up ie~ Majety"NPol.EON the third: It 'is'Nll knoivn that his retinis. eneestAfAmerica must be-by no means I ee.ble.othe French Emperor, and ,am:erodily informed that last year e tWo Americans were walking on h itimpi Elyseos, and Napoleon. rodey'one ortho ftrmer remarked * whr dompanion "There goes a man ~hona few years ago I kicked out of -nrooth .n New. York." Verily Vz 4hure are many u.,s and downs in this erld purticularly in changeable ''rancei' :.hose- Who have no other ;aourceof- information than the French n ewapapergiust boliove that the peo pl here Iok up to their present Ruler ' 1th atmost Athe Eamd 'universal love aidadiirtied that'they had 'tor his r...

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. — 7 June 1853

W aell '1 the fiumanity Vind' justige 1 h ' 006jile aldng 'the ne. ol' ad, fitheir ild in deteeting. d bri iinobpt dishment the author ,qfso mnipa t "us a eed. OfI'Mlt,, Pregident. Chai-lston ourier. Wik. uin~vr 'of FIinm e NTJ_ Paii'&ar'es'pondent'of the Co n~if fDailf Banher thus shows 'up 'hi. Majesty NA01.EN the third: is 6el known that his retninis .4"esfit America must be-by no means krabIo.:othe French Emperor, and a'.rdijy.ifornie d that last year h bile two Americans were walking on h s Elysees, and Napoleon. ro by,, one ortho lorner remarked is dompanIon "There goes a man ihuina few years ago I kicked out of nitoodib in New. York." Verily ,ihe ur~e nany ujs and downs in this o rld, pa'riularlv iii changeable Franee1:riliose w-ho have no other source of information than the French .newspaperinust.baliove that the peo le here look up to their present Ruler \dth almost 6he'4md universal love nd adhiflaiion'thant they had tor his reatiele-bit this is very far from beingj t...

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. — 7 June 1853

TU W-EwYOR :YSTAI P)LACE. Crt.Pala r liu ixhibfal it 1 thI ai duste y 1i I. 411 td rea Fe uhau will be credita Id. .ihey have excl-ed itiqueiii .hich will cause a degree 4 s ipoiUdent._ .We say this with .l~ta; bu the credit of the coUle ,i dily bueconing more comprilo 2o j a very twenty fifth day #beeg sade L.) the world that A ' 1iI41*ition was not opened on the "A 'fay :as promised, nor any expla. natioL why it was not, nor any inti mattri when it will be opened. This modeoinlafnagenient, when contrasted wi th the energy and punctuality ofthe Loidon Exhibition, is positively hu. mijiati.:g.' The movers in this etnter prise liad'all 'the advantage of the new architeOturial 'principles established by the Hyde Park experimentg the building they had to erect was not one elg ith, as large, and their supply of m1"ns was an'ple; and yet the ticme wicha (uijy .erved for the other, they Isavq tiund ihr too scant for them. N o' ourier and Enquirer, May 25. Auh is an extract from an editori...

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. — 7 June 1853

'{w otQc IYkTAL PALACE. T a(IeIknagr. ut' iu-emu eaX L Cryst'at Piua~ec'Ur Ih bta i uth h ut y IV Vllo vd, 01i 2 'it, 1.11t. ur. ' ex Wre &3aa, will be credits hed. .i hev have exel-ed '11. onshich will cause a degree itaent. We say this with dtat but the credit of the coma trf is aIl beoming imore comnpro Y in * * * *k O - vfqi)t very twenty fifth day opa oilitial cu ict ja u beena iade to the world that T ~hzbiton iwas not opened on the ay-as promised, nor any ex2,. nation why it was not, nor any nti mait 6sWhen it will be opened. This iide offnanageient, when contrasted with the energy and punctuality ofthe Lomtdon-Exhibition, is positively hu miliatin'g. The movers in this'enter prisei'ad all 'the advantage of the new architeumrial principles establisied by.the Hyde Park experiment; the building they had to erect was not one eighth as large, and their supply of nans was ample; and yet the time whick fuJJy'.erved for thu other, they mryqoiiund fir too scant for them. NYiCouri...

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. — 14 June 1853

40 . DEVOED O SOTHEN RGHUT,. EMOCACY NES, LTERTUB J. RCHAU SONLOGA9 Prprieors Wil.. J FRACIS a**-;jjzr ttvjunwir' __~ _____ tt1ERIL~iS6 e UN 49l MIB CELLANEOU. England usad tize Uzaited States. Mr. Walsh. in his Paris letter of the 2d ultimo, to the New York Journal of Commerce, expresses his vgratification- and the genaral gratifi cation felt by Americans abroad by the appointment of Mr. Buchanan as Minister to England. He then writes as follows on another topic I used to distrust the British Go. vernment and people, and thought that it was with them the United States would ultimately have to en gage in a strife mortal to one or the other. My present impressions are widely different. Dispositions and views are not the same in Great B3ritian. The nniversal sense of a vast enlargement and irresistible ad vances -of American Power; the in. definite extension and muhiplication of mutual interests; the more fre -quent, various and intimate personal intercourse; the religious, literary s...

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. — 14 June 1853

THE sUMTER BANNER * XS PUIILISMIEI EVERYTESDAY 31OR~iTV1 BY LOGAN & FRANCIS. - WO: DOLLARS in advance, Two Dollar aid Fifty Cents at the expiration of six months, er Three Dollars at the end of tho year. No paper discontinued until all arrearagfes are PAID, unleis at the option of the Proprietor. Advertisements insi.rted at SEV .:NTY Cents-per stuare, (12 lines or less,) for 'ratand half that sum for each subseqtuent rion. tTenumber of insertions try be marked i Advertisements or they will be publisheil t intil ordered to be discontinued, and charged accordingly. z go" ONE DOLLAR per sqttare for a single n'ertion. Quarterly and Monthly Advertise rnentis vill be charged tho sane as a single in sertion, nd acii-inotithly the samto as new ors Souti-ll-Cirolinia Jockey Chu1b. Tho II utehinson Stakes openod for 1854, by the SouthCarolia Jockev Club, closed on the 1st of May, wifth the following subscribers: Hutchinson Sakesfor three gear uti. tao mile heats-to le run ]j;r on t/ e Wed...

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. — 14 June 1853

Tis SOAP PLANT.-4I1he Soap P lnt, so calIled, grows all rover California, c:i h bills as Well as il the valleys. .fihe leaves iaake their appearance alb(ut the middle of November, or about six weeks after the rainy season has fairly ti; the phants never grow niore tnIlefo ot high, and tl'n leaves and stalk drop 0ttiiely oil in May, though the bulbs remain in the ground all the summer without decaying.' It is used to wash with in all parts of the country, and by.those who know its virtues it is preferred to the- best of Soap. The niethod of using It is mere. ly to strip ofl'the husk; dip the clothes in water and rub the bulb on them: it makes a thiek lather, and smells not ilike new brown soap. The botani cal mie of the plant is "phalangiuni." Besides this plant, the bark of ~a tree, chelariza -sihponuria, is also used in various countries as a substitute for soap. All of these contain considera ble quantities of oleaginous and alka line principles in their composition, on 'which 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. — 14 June 1853

Plowing. 'BY A. G. COMING. Yho knows how and when t plow? To understand the one simple mat. tW6of plowing,,is one of the gruat thingenecearg to good farming. If r 1eamong all your intelligent ede -rs,a man to be found who koWs all about' plowing, he ought to w rite-a book for the iustruction of the rer of, mankind. n my-intercourse with farmers, it ecome very evident to me that -isresso settled and understood Ofry of idowing. Concerning the tiPe an. depth of plowing, every Man has. his ideas; and there is no common understanding of any '!settled principle of action, for differ ent-soils and the. soils of different altitudes, and different inclinations, and different exposures. There are "a thousand things" to be known about this one important ;art of the farmer's work. The different kinds of soil, from the lightest to the heaviest, will vary the necessary work of the plowman. The man who wouldl plow stiff, clay soils, in the saio precise manner that he would light, sandy soils, is t...

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. — 21 June 1853

N L, DEVOTED" TO .SOUTHERN B_]fIGH..lTSJ)IJORI 11WS 11t~tCZS,~ At t 1, ~ pieo~. Lt ~i Vu StUfRAT E'R-VIL~iScJN~291~ *c. ion* of -AxthU Spring. 6i- ofloe of the Phila. I 'contains a- full re events Ihiuh transpired l1ast hours of Arthur P' ~ arnuer seems to have been -iiaid he mitntained up to li , tC:his deatli, a general in w.; his fate. His conver a cell with his siritual r;acord ing to the published si!of a series of declara aculations' with little co n nothing 'to itiduce the ewconfidenrce in is sincerity o any th iig he said. - 'alterutions tom to have roa-ravitr and irreverent ex uns the rame of Jesus, to and evolting jats, respect ."ondition and a-lfproaching Of- ofevents fr.IL near rday, up to the 0 eittoil are mainly iniclud Sflloing sketch: CtI , NEAR MIDNIGIT. -t, J une O.-After rvicesi by the Rev. A Ee 1and Kensil. Spring s as />ho felt? le answer 44t, beter in toy life. mirdercd any person,.nnd I Clhristian. - helieve -th Lo dJaius Christ-and that , .n forgive my .si...

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. — 21 June 1853

K-1: 0A S P' 'I DEVOTED TO SOUTHERN RIGITS, DEMOCRACY, NEWS, LITERATURE, SCENCE AND THE ARTS. J. -MeAAmos~ doA s -~ Wn. 3. Lnnii~S *kp'l 4)3.oU-Ritt ourt $2.RtDc alth." E M--w Dollair.se X-- 3 Adrane; VOL. VII. SYUMIT ERVILLE, S. C., JUNE 21, 183.4 3ISCIGELLANE 0US. The Execution of AithUr Sprihg. A slip from the office of the Phila delphia Ledger, contains a full re portflhe events whii, tranispired diaring the last hours (t' Arthur His manner seems to have been uncmanged, and ie maintained up to the peiiod of is death, a general in. difatrence to his fate. His cm.ver iation in his cel nith his sp-iritual advisers, iaccordiing to the published reports, consist of a scric of d-:u.' tions and ejaclations, wi ti little :o. herrency, laiti nothing to itinnee til: eliilhtest conifi'ine in his sincerity v1i regar1 to anv thig he said. The only ahutions eni tr. ha-c b'.en, from raving, aA irr,.verent . lramatiuns, in 1he uname Of Jo.:us, to uncouth and r!vultirg j..sq respect. fate. The s...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
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