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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 19 July 1853

W" j. rxNcs. TERiIs, --- A RS in ativiance, Two Dollars ents aitt tito expiration of siX nonthm, 13.091t3ia at the end of the year. -seontinued 'until itl arrenrages j 1s'iat the option of the l'roprietor. -- rinerncents tnserted ati S 1V ENT Y-' - C ' pr square, (12 lines or lesm,) for --Ihalf that sum for eachi subseqItrit -- liuinber of insertions to be market Y , at1 d 1'ements or they will be publisheit tpo r 4.o-be discontinued, and charged E DOLLAR per sqtunre fort single n Quarterly and Monthly Advertise ~ntvill - be charged the saute s m asige in rion. aind semii-inthly the same as new ontis -IJIstory amd Prophecy. .E~ditors :-You are request dt& iisrt in your coluns, the fbi. loiWngletter, as giving quite t histori. ''l .iAtur of the period when ,it was ritten and as partaking somewhat of rophecyr realized by subsequent, v, ntqs It wts addressed to Presi Fillmoi re, and designte'd to be to him, but the writer was indueed ireg his pirpose, in consequlence pth triuimphan...

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 July 1853

geile o carry Sonke lui to iako f ) wi we ite exceedintly abund Aton Monday One, of thmci we ided ' as exceedingly inlgenious, n ii g at-suelv tiies and under such tust asvere best calculated tnke "a muss." A sober dog uld net seat himuself quietly on his nelis to look at the moving thou d -but the pistol would be made eak close to his ear, ilnpelling iii us terror to fiid a new point fi (bservation. Quiet hack horses tlreiastonished at its roar, as they OU, i'aminating on the inelancholy htit there was no "Independ i Day" for animals like' thcin. - ierever the crowd was thickest -ewas heard the detonations of hat pistol, frightening the women hAd children, and scattering tiem e frightnied slicep. At length the ingeniotis owner of the pistol encoun - ' 'd- his destinv le was over eu bi"us in the investigation of the vari us phenomena of sound. Finding j n~enipty barrel laying upon the side vlk, he poked the muzzle of his pis tol into the bunghole, and pulled. - le explosion satisfie...

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 July 1853

anVey s I ta.0 Oshawas th .tc . t it i-a stri acrose the way ! ndilg dart a:niold, j-1edovery hr "hr and sunny day ue d1th u tIod. within ipy pori.u, n9 w~ Yith a h;.d 1.n lhe shadw .*is tiy g" dng that ai:iw. lenCe. * wthere's a'lady &liiin-g by, A-fost fashionabiy di est; lhe iolde her head lip very hig!h. tAfeather'does the reb; ihi-looks just like a ur:mn:.dor, he lavor dreanis hu x very peer i16 looks upon do, ir.c. Nowthere's a dandy pia:-sing by, WVith rattan quite Lwtntee, Uii around le'.i v.y 11ltur~t, t "4V*4' Ad noy an -. : tn, ..- . - -~~4 Is wanitdiiiga .i*,, , Hlie look ponrtm ae.:.n There's str tiiink he hubi. - . 4 6 . f trust and :;OVI'r iw :1 . a-::-, tit how giat ic. : r 1-ea looksm ,iunn Jhut nac. Andinow a Studen Samnters by, He's very handsome too, Mustachiod lip and splendid eve, i 'Most beautifully blue. HZ16loks like one by nature blest With more than comimn sene, '-,'Yet ho louks stranger dhan ile rest Oi that sarcastic Iene. And i ,- v'r strides along,...

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. — 26 July 1853

....... ....: DEVTED TO SOUTERN-RIT -EM RWS, LITERATURE SCIENCE NDT1 C Proprietor. - S U MT E R V ILL E, V, JUILY 2,18. R A N 0RANE. irican Temperance Magazine. r u.alraa'd's Wariaisig. .t'J.OiN-IELTON O'NEALL. - 4i'hs'str'anger than fiction, ioten said, and is often fully he incidents brought to e- temperance reform. t-of intemperance are the ~r:#jericis of cruelty, and when -,b be presented to sober, I A t int.reformed minds, they p t keir srangeness! y depicts imaginary hor St -.%L~ 'dalousy, madness are s but of all these, as l'd oit by the pens of ai- e'~yden and Kotzebue, St g when compared with riesproluced by intoxi 0 S i On altars burn the ve .diabolical passion, ny 'tenfold madness ! The As nadness' himself, and with floating above his head, [)IIlgwhich is horrible may be W! and y'et the reality i8 .-Oivo-before me the poetical Alusbaid and father in ina, whose hands had udei'if~d in the. life-blood of a 1oelildren, and who had vainly K 0 t e to take his own life! A e- pra...

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 July 1853

15. 15 in safaice, Two Dollars - expiration of six nhths, 041 he'rihd of tho. year. dI~tin~ued until all arrearages ' t thid option of the Proprieitor. r on' inserted at SEVlENTY threi (12 lines or less,) for asum for each subsequoit en of isertions to be marked 4in-6n or they will be published 'fionfinued, and charged IOLPAR per square for a single y and Monthly Advertise b 'rdth same as a.sluglo in Y the same as new o use D U SIING -AND STATES TS We call attention to the e xtract from the Attorney ilas" speech at Wilmington, are He is one of the North intinents in Presid't Pierce's ntlemen, that government '4represents your greatness, I4the agent of your power, n ionabled, through long years rty to conduct this country 4diph to triumph, mounting day after day, towards .imperial heights of greatness le are destined to attain. I government has done it, . bcause it is but the cinbodi tof your own spontaneus, self Wills; and, secondly, to go tthe idea I desire to present ibecause of t...

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 July 1853

ri lus hnestiga. L M'V '. '. - .it " k hilowsi.tere is st~aaume Orsh aw his neigh. A akig colidenmtially to cryiioning in the niaar A., s that. and that together, Cts this w-Nhispering in the 0h. something he heard in -s I hop, 0ome10 wbcks before, at4ied that his neighbor B., II-ng to io,11 in business, or tIout giving his creditors i able part ofsneh a man's e thait hile p)laces such fiith p;orolaies he draws from his yhiiss fhat he does not hesi. g, g1Ve Wang to the base suspi 16 1' Ai(n1.9 itd, and frequently is tle ... igin about a disaster ihbei would Iae happenied but POPm ani piy firesidc has bean ren esolate-niany a prosperot, aa biroight to iti---iy - 6d amiable girl been div i d fijbthe iendish inuenadoc8 of icimu ma ifn. No nlian, howev ~ i~ prait and honet-no wonani, o 1h ble-no maiden, howrver sffe in the neighborhood fthe ai6 Yerius Man. Ile has all thie curi 1Pfil Pry, without hii good ndt.he 'malignity of the devil, Eh lfr i alent. iewrL iet hw is justifiable in a A...

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 July 1853

wrlhiern40Ly, -t vff at quite, -t0b0ud opening, gWilt delight? fittle ady, 061 a beaul thayou dearly, ~2~~p~d scare you so: - botloom. iround her, r a d oyus Spring, ituii birds vere'warbling, 16it I' with them sing: Thiyould like to rnarry, 13Icould only find, t ettyittle desry, - i iule'd to my mind. ilter, older y e-sweet Years than she; - pWas matchless, lovely! ft i~lbloomedrnaturityt orn. was round and slender, 1e'r . bosom snowy white, hir in glossy ringlets, e fieyes vere sparklngly bright, rs was spotless moslii, rge ,with nic t care, yt 'of glowing ?jowers, )rcled her (lark I - ir; iwas witchig music, - t chained me while Fhe toIlked, feeso small and preiy, cyoiQred hw she'walked: a-I she, 1, 1 like to marry, ' fIcoull only find r * ity fitie dearie, sut suited toiny inind. -;i nd that aIl .xould marry toth mai to k it ot all f(ly, a vou gro often told: m an qfcient maiden, f an uncertain age, But she had almost fretted " ier lfour on the stage; re i as wrapped in wrinkles...

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. — 2 August 1853

DEMO TED TO -SOUTHERIN iJT&: DEMOCRAO, NEW. II~AUE -- S-MTERVILLE - -- -GUST 2 ..LLAN E 0 U.S. JA B1Ulf ADVICE OF HON. ON SMIRK. 0.. EATON. Jk n~,',was on his death-bed. win ivas standing by his - hilb he was holding his EO d 8 h41, Ia father spoke to him am dying-at the ago wish you to pay t' ti on.- to my dying advice,' h fou to rollow my ad itdad. AZ ~ ~ th y:i neighbors and all ni telm I haven't an ene lrld, and I believe I a i you to un1iderstand avent. It is Ill owing to am ; policy and nothing orte When I was of your age, ivas: as.or as an old vil Qrse; turned out to dlie. Age t broken me down, but I d6rathnk policy! Follow my nd you will become a far your father, Sammy, LvIIlout ~an enemy, as I do.' lt' II __ Sm1irk we1dul dy mir wpt, as in duty 3.ut..grief anIId his handker b6f choked his utterance, and so .4iaalways been my policy,' Pthe dying Smirk, 'to avoid fi 6en'e to any one. No mat 11i said to me: or any " l ht or wrong- I have al. e.avord to forbear and sub f t ...

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. — 2 August 1853

rA 6T wo Dollars - exIMa of ig - moiths, ikf~ ;-'the, yar. -I of the Propritor. -t6 iserte(I at SE V IENTY. -lr ,(12 lties or lose,). for --* nm for ecoh subsequelnt e,,sertions to be marked -ti 'or they-will be published bucntlinued, and charged pl.R per square for a inglo -r itnid Monthly Advertise -harged the same as a single in -inernhly the tame as now onse O C10R E AT THE FALLS OF - - NIlAGARA. 18 finairs, Journal, and Cor - e- e 4of Thomas Moore, edited b,3ti Russel," (who has given q uent and beautiful delineation O er of the poet.,) we find n Acount of Moore's visit s l of Niagara. in a letter to gard July 24th, 1804. ARJST - MOTIER:- have WOfiiall and ram all rapture and ont- U cannot give you a bet Wfhat I have felt than by bingwhat, ' wrote off hastily - urIal on returning. Arrived Ipewn, within three miles of the qffSaturday, July 21st., to din htit evening walked toward the I I6Eno further than the Ra Which.,gave us a prelibation of r bilt we-had to ex(eet. Next V enid...

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. — 2 August 1853

.dho follo qws tlii ll with frit .h.Mt6:,nditl with the n them ll,.in a Cop-. altdr lip to thle necks, M 111s0lb tenliperatur (of' t~ -100 do", .and nlot cx PO dgrees,- Fahrenheit. at this teln perat u re hal'a - alge, each ottspaaey uIp with boiling water frii)B il thianl inienh of tiwh cork; riin t I fi"Mly, tic it over, I ii to bottle wvax. and lay the sn i side to keep the. adainp I. T o prevent fesr ta .i turi eaclh Lattle hall* rounid A r ire a eek Ir t.w or three 1tt, h they will need it) - ic tco: k -; shold be a9l, liter - twvo eor three days be u'l d." arsdies.--The oriin of the A ud Gypsies hals Ii lng been a W e y'arous but unsn'aecesstill an ndrserch. In W esituer Eul "' LAths, -frreset. buteet L? 4 a ni d their apper, early Pir'teenth centiury, Under a leder T qUd thinse the Dukueoft Lower Q "i b4 v lI(se their Ehng lish nian ,i) -unle-teliniig.:and'thiing-ii, were'then, 6pedominiant occupations. y mt; all times treated as sur litetn, an- d most severe AeeCpeatedly ena...

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. — 2 August 1853

dirlitL ll~ ign t rohe.d d M~'~ysteribus Deity fatlI -the last, thie~frat I eriful aid jut r ane, here angbs sing, i ae o do'd ur ing. which doth all names our great Almighty lriend, beyond .creation's space, k of astice and of grace, ers beyond thy starry kiles; falls, bit thine shall rise. e r, thoulluly One, gdlasting will be done k dnhis will1, his. power dis of mortals to obay, the wondorous work oflove, ess h died, bit t reigns above, dord in thy holy word. esthy love, let carth, 0 Lord; pedeni in the eternal skies, I enven-for Inan the Saviour mmortal, angels land hi.s name, IIs ih joy, and haints his love oA, out fobd, nor cea~se to give t , on which our sotula may live. b0n to-day, nnd days to collie, ut end, in our eternml home; 89u15 supply from day to day, et, and aid its when we pray; oh e atk, yet, Lord, thy blessings lib its grateftul.wien thy gtfs descenid. o onr sins, which in destruction place le rehls of a rebel race. I I fruits and trespasses forgive Ih we ne'er ...

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. — 9 August 1853

* 6 4? Vtgw- e 6 DEVOTED TO SOUTHERN RIGHTS, DEMOCRACY, NEWS, LITERATURE, SCIENCE AND THlE ARTSS 3'' ~ ~ iL' FRAIICIS, Proprietor. - --TERMYS--Twvo D43RasPt ~A.-1In Advance. SUJMTE RVIL LE, S. C. A UGUST 9, 1853. AlM iv .0k ~ r T 'SUMTER BANNER IS PUBLIS11D B TUESiDAY IMORMING Br W. J. FRANCIS. _7M Iilo ,A RS in advance, Two lollars d Fg Cents at the expiration of six months, ..bjo Dollars at the end of the year. per discontinued until all nrrearages Inless at tile option of the Prprietor. vertisements inserted atSEV lNlY I %Cents Ier square, (12 lines or less,) for gli q and ialf that sum for ench subsequent -'oerlon. .--The number of in'sertions to be marked -n aTldvertiseinents or they will be publishedl AntFidered to be disco'ntinued, and clarged NE DOLLAR' per square for a singlo sertio'n. Quarterly and Monthly Advertis'e I iaents wil be charged the saine as a single in *ertio ad setni-monthly the saine as nuw onue ' 01 L L ANE0US. FromDe Dow's Review. Southi Carolina Manu fact...

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. — 9 August 1853

uIon gentleian nging to Conedrd, cneral rush to witness ion. Our friend, who is -some note, has not been rgyller, but is ~well a such things as pg of umbrellas'and hats at els To guard against the rir Xhange .of his new "tile," Mr. t printer to strike him off quqro card, upon which f the crown of his hat A IntHR, ATTORNEY AT - LAW, CON CORD, NaW HAMPsHIRE. hro was a great rush at Willard's Lii':uguration day-indeed there a gerfect jam everyivhere-and rfriend Parker found some difli. t 'in getting down to the din e hable along with some of his toi0nemen. The dinner was a fine one. ti. p1iinpaigne delicious; and after an lior!s sitting, the New Englanders Ylef, the table in the merriest mood in 'a~nable. oow fellows,' said Parker, as they ored from the dining-room--'ev one look out for his own hat; I've i" a mark on minife that nobody f iistake.' ;'But there was some sort of a mis. I somewhere notwithstanding. It aV,. some time before Mr. Par kor found his hat at all, and even then 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. — 9 August 1853

enon arly 0p 'I e turned U t anfiactories-a do areall nd more ta qkiv ?t!paht to supply fast h. apre latioh upon which tat mentsare based, is the extent ilroad now in course of construe. W -Vith one hundred tons per mile, ack it will require 1,300,000, n rail to complete the thir 2 WQsand miles of railroad, cith gress or which will be in re9 long, including thle Pnecif. oa~l. At *50 per toil this would no itlly of "n5,000,000 for A racks alone. But many of these s will be double tracks, besides u ts,' &c. Tien follows a - vast a;for ears, locom-otives, and oth. ks abou. srs ch roads. And :ay befhirly estimated thatall the R F6ti-n~ will cost not less than ,00,000. Ocean and inland nrs, iron ships, manufacturing achngry, iron buildings, and all oth. r luinicrable uses to whict iron is \ieA.lAill requi-e as nch more; aking u aggregate sure demand for 730,600,000 worth of iron. Besides ich many other railways will be Sdrterd and undertaken every year, tokepp .up a steady denmand to...

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. — 9 August 1853

Libaken, Shand set forth, ilness spoken. h th brotherly regard, Mvdy sob of sorrow; 6each tone of love his heart -hopes, now strqpgtl, shall borrow. ura-with cold and scornful eye ho- hath oftunded; ut the harshness of reproof k r tones be blondul. ds of ood are everywhere; d the guiltiest bosom, y the quickening rays of love, o h their tender blobson. any a soul hath been doids of evil hardened Sfilt that bitterest of griefs a h irat ofTience unpardoned. 1 LOOMPANY OF WOmEN.- Loo s roo, Alit. BACnELO.--He can e da n uhhappy man who has the -niles of a woman to accoim. ii in-every department of life. e rd nay look dark and careless ou-enemie. may gather in his ai when he it iirns to the fire '0feels the tender love of wo fihe forgets his cares and troubles is comparatively a happy- man. iut half prepared for tie jouney S-who takes not with him. to e and comfort him, that friend wJil11 not forbake him in no enier ij-e-will divide his sorrows-in e0asehisjoys-lift the veil from his __ ...

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. — 16 August 1853

A ~ vpl s ~.a A'~ x t ~~ DEVO~TED TO SOUTHRERN RTIHTS, ]DEMOCRACY, NIWSLTRTRSINEADTL R 1', !7 1., IE'V N jyj~J ~~i~C% ~~'~'~J1t~3 ~kan~v" InAdvcot - -a cor _________________ _W U 'S T 1 Sa u a* F]SUMTER BANNER s PUBLISuHED ~E1YEME TUSDALY 11l0liN ING 4. J. FRANCIS. . 'jV 'i'W(d"OLLA RS in advance, Two Dollars uid(Ir Cenis at the expiration of six inonth&', Q RO&Dollairs at the end of the year. 0 pi discontinued tantil nil arrearages IAY611utietis at the option of the PropriItor. dvertisemnonts inserted at SEV ENTY 4ones pir sqtare, (12 lines or less,) for -rs1 t tWnd half that suni for each subsenwmt number of iisertions to be marked A4- iments orthey will be published %~lri t- be discontinuetd, aned chiarged bardln V '. E DOLLAR per sqintre lor a single usertlott. Quirterly and Monthly Advertive e Wtyill be acharged ih samine as a single in ~ A~~4 00nand uexmi-monthly the same11 as5 tIw Utnse V:CELL ANEOUS, 7. From Gleason's Pictorial. T.E GILEEN ClMBER; - OR, The Miduight ...

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. — 16 August 1853

oe-bod 11i ,6%et isofthe tres,(a8 pageant was f' lh it was-necessary n No elephant was ild beasts". were ' (Aid the property man, o d manager, ahniost ehJ enthey thought of it. the hopeless task of g secure one, but at - ngenuity triumphed, as, 9ways does, and an elephant made - to order, of wood, 1.1 and varnish. Thus far the r al.well, but as yet they -ud no means to make the said nbtiion travel. Here, again, the the manager, stage director Merty man "stuck out," and oie "supes" were duly installed 0- one of the true and 'P e b'hoys," held the responsible 5 of fore-legs. and for several ig d played that heavy part to ntirsatisfaction of the zuanaeer, n light of the audlentce: The Ibo*ever, was a very tedious une, 1W i hant was obliged to be on e for about an hour, and Ned t irtOo fond of the bottle to emin 'so long without "wetting his hki ' so he sets his wits to work to way to carry a "wee drop" with cThe eyes of the elephant ie fiade of two porter bottles with th eois:in, Ned c...

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. — 16 August 1853

ue '0- r)..Oi o re ut"and t ,,1"%'N~_A lly stJkfistald 46 t""i-li re hid s~ i~ thes~patisibly and for -several a~ heay part Ito aion 6Cthe mnag., r, f e audlertie Tle very tedious one, wasobliged tio'e on utan hour, and Ned W ofthe bottle to thout "setting his d 9liis 17vits to work to arYry #i wee drop" with o:the eiep,bant, be t poitr' bottles, with. pceived .the .bril. tl'ihj ith "good y carUried out, and a ccess, willingly -un. iateb forelegs-.again. ~e, ' th.theatre was crowd. bhizes bf the Qua d layed's sweetest le sounded, -the cur e' play began. Ned and A nached upon the .stsge. t .was greeted with Itad;6f appliiaIbe. The ,e trappings wore gor. _r.e seated - on his epantallvere loudly he 'play proceeded, the narched rournd and t. The fore-legs got -.one of the- corks, le, and drahk 'the dience in a bmper. (.f cPVuqnt ge whiskey, a brand, ,i1l ithen, unknown. On 0nd on went Ned, .. bohcluded march- was h' ignal ~was given, egs-taggered towards Ith 6- stage. The con the carof ...

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. — 16 August 1853

H - -jn ~s rmgn thanI thle r g p ting In va, A .exAS, Therleg have 'sertiots f niegroes inl iod and in the Colorado d e eg e1 ao f w hich go to sus. th ahc4r 9t(the,experielce of an or g g of negro thieves, and lite -Its Vouu Id do well to look out for jj (iltrie. Several Ilegroes to Mr. Lot, of Goliad, were coved away, the thieves after iad on exainintion atteies, f'acts wvere brougti 61'1Cft no doulbt of the exist e oul gang of desperadoes and iextetis ve depredations. Thei r quatrters are estalkihed (o the UiOrande -aid their phin of opera Ss pp'bars to it to send ouit prowl partics into the planting sections z ftte "est, jo decoy the slaves away 1.drtife pretext of trinsportnl ht n# xio. Onl arriving lat the Rio ao Ihe slives are carried thence to II 'n xas, thruigh an obscure OL ouisiana, Mississippi and ad S jnin Sttites, andjthere sold." eT New Orleais papers state that rat*s is' Coming iI vognme in tiat bfuiling laige and elegiant ver 1A n ti ont of the second stories of' iL...

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. — 16 August 1853

:gTEil CARS. l' f efssengers, L the nui&her, utjust awaken from shingslumbl~er, 4 l0dy, wiho sat facing me, met my eye, 0vay immediately, nle-I kinew not why. bfj i folks, who strangers are, a face to face, P d ee~. of a railroate car rIie and formal pluce ir ndering eyes will rometimes meet, some strange fascination, 0y cannot keep their faces straight, od )ing.witli vexation. qpetons thero doubtless are, .4Wboso.1nouths are always stretching. W te guileless mirti of maidens' eyes Adiniplo cheeks is catching: .irshei'la'uglied, and then I laughed I ouldn't say what at; IT4ib'looked grave, and I looked grave, oten she laughled at itat. Sjeavored to repress her mirth, nldn't hold it half in, th fa'ce concealed behind a book, F h altaost died a laughing. hO" when she found her lips iet'irmineld oni a smile, utowas -very plain the pretty rogue ag, laugting all the while. jiappily the moments flew rii, at least, of course, lihen she saw me smiling too, iudc the matter wor.se. nd 'vi...

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