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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 23 August 1853

. A!J RIO OT cu) VOTED TO SOUTHERN RIGHTS DEMOCRACY, NEWS' LITERATU AGRICUI y korietor. o -at teSatfie Rsit. SUMTERVILLE, S. O., AUGUST 23, 1853. NoCo UMTER BANNER IS PUBLISilED MONUESDAY OING W. 3. FRANCIS. EDRMS91 .AS in adIvance, Two Dollars rcenw at the expiration of six months, dt the end of the year. " oisn hued until all arrenrages u i-atthe option of the l'roprictor. 4dyd ~ents inserted at SIViENTrY r are, (12 lines or less,) for al t sum for eatch subseiluemt iemnumir of insertions to be marked i I r i niqents or they will be plablishted to' bodiscontinued, and charged 7f . E OLAR per squtare for a singlo Quarterly, and Monthly Adivertise no chre the 8ame as a Singllm , nl tnonly the same as new onse LL A E0NE OUS, h -tre~adie? a Practical Treatise on Bu. - incan,. ix BMr I'sR tRles for Satc Slajed-the further pro. 3110-as book some three weeks, ta Ie opiion of on1o who is - 11 ldover the world as the "Istetician, and one of the most btcceissf business men of the an happy 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. — 23 August 1853

bi nd 'nalibly shoi'l par - r e so- comprehensive, - ir acy, but decidedly 9iftyso See years. ago to nle Sam was -born, and vbntful; seventy.seven years1. eeW.t Seventy-seven ye'ars iiddaths vas a remote tqthey nowv compose the crmercial nation in the hte quarters of a ceni 'leyhaves revolutionized the tj1bup an empire,, licked our ~r d fonced in a continent. In *uiethan -it took Methuselah to e tswiddling clothes, we have mrecanals, tamed .more light - hd harnessed more steam, and reter cost in money, than the '4 llues of' the world could ~ or the day lhe got out of' In seventy-five years we ~oly changed the politics of thbut its' wearing aipparel jit being as much the o1f '1hdUnited States ns ballot Atddemocracy. Since the 'uly, 1776, the whole zt en to school, and what is hi~learned more common ams, taught in the previous u~loisaitd years. Th~le problem of eriienthasbeen solved, and seaen imra as Washinr 3eilbov corn. Its adaptation to -Aints of the most aspiring umn qa iee~n.mad...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 23 August 1853

li~tdnoshtrfUe S e a exhibition took 1 anffCity a few diYs Koung ladies rqs. JlaneQ One of "the d it appears, fancied her the albetions of a f mn, wvhen the other hoiither by force of. su r s,rby the frailty of the succoeded in bringing him 1 1~plicant at her feet. Miss di it-it was too much Sesh' ad blood to bear. Mon. Al!rrivals met, and Miss A. enced an ottuck upon Miss B., U.l.v.was.the bitterness existing dhe o, that not one word oken, atnd that's passing strange, uring'they were women-but at 1 . Such was the bitterness siang e isting, that the fight would h hied; had not a relative of rnbatants succeeded in lifi, g pushing the heroines into vliere they were at last pa. tfi I'Zbi hey are both represented as 0hly respectable families, V AlusO den ebullitioni of their W ropensities has surprised V ery te. The young man who sedsuch a disgracef'ul exhibition b osired lucky, inasmuch as . ).6 fault, of his that both the % ir lovd him; but we think that the' ir s acted most foolishl'...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 23 August 1853

omale road ers: 7de.--Remove'tho :'., from. the cherries, clierries through a is'esult a-little - cur :y 'lit' a pint to every o cherries; put the t 'ire, stirring into it 4 Y of a pound of white su poppl of the fruit, and nI dVbocomes thick jelly; iojars or moulds, and when ,spread on the top of each apor dipped in brandy, cov ay or mould tightly, and otqol. and dry place until 'JIarmalade or Jan. 4 0 n the samo manner as pairmalado, using currants a o dhaadding to every pound of I and juice,. one pound of u Marmalacle or Jam. rispberries through a 1 t ,extract their seeds, add heir weight in fine white su oil .them and stir them fire until you can just .tom of the stew"pan: s quince marmalade. idrat and Raspberry Jelly.. a quart of red currants, #t of. white currants, and a P 'bf taspberries, put the whole ,t'h ofire, stir them and boil them Aen minutes, then rub them qki -sieve, strain the liquor qxbt through a jelly-bag, add ofb.'Lu, fine white sugar to ev pd of the liquor, boil...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 30 August 1853

1- -I - -- - ; EOTED TO SOUTHERN RIGHTS, DEMOCRACYE AETJRE, AGRCICLTURE IN TFICA NCIS4, Propric~tor C5 or ub ateour 1 SUMITE RVILL E, S.eGS 0 84 30 1 S? IUMTER BANNER TSDAY MOR019 N I LNG u; BY V J. FIR ANCIS. .'E RHS, UL RS in advance, 'wo Dollars I), j ifTiy'... Cents mt:tie expiration or six inontis, D. o llir, at th6.end of the year. pqru rontintiei tutt all aCrearages 1 e1) ia4 ls'na the option of the Proprietor. nbtie t insertel at E its -pr square, (I lines or les)for ndt~ lalf thsat sumn for encia subseqtit ,P .Tfic..h tinher 4f insertitins to be manrkedl t semnt s or they w I be publisheil rd 6 o obe dlicmtinued, and charged QN.0DOLAR per mguamre fora siigle Sd r t~r~ Qiutrzerly and Monthly Ativertise n he cha.rged the tnm a. a singlo in nepWi-inimonthly the sane a4 :ew 4o:1; L LANE OlUS ell ED ONE'S DEATILIED. "BY JUIMfAN ST. PIERRE. 'LatIt scene of all S r hi:s strangi-, eventftil.history,' As you liI;c it. a lided into evening -eve. s ad deepened into iight. drioary was ...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 30 August 1853

likt -~~ tli Se --al and olsitti tiy sovereigli mn Europe -at4il order foin the ---- teBank, antd'this was gh the il rings, wlose santly experiieced. _-'jil gccupies ti I rregu: - rgkt acres of ground; an lrolitectural beauty, with dduw- towards the streets, 'Igth from the roof i 4ed areais. - The ordinary partmenits diff'er fromi those ik0s only 'in their extent a , ciks being. constantly on ti riken with butsineOss at that. m an adequate idea of what a :is.we must penetrate its - nd ofices, where we shall see erations as are not known ill t et I was led, onl presentinti r -Td admissioi, into a private oere, after the delay v1f a few Sesenger came and con through the m1iightv and 'biding. Down we we'nt om het e the notes of the Btik - s~terday were mn ex~imhi. cirwith the entries oan the w4o6ed away. The Biak l&nfn eCer issu's thesmme note pie..' It receives in the m! di. ry conre of busiress abuit X800, 00 ,000,000 daily in notes; these 41p in parcels according ii their fhati,...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 30 August 1853

tuhof thed Ox, after 6 gitton, M. D., Pill 7 onsterful-re Iu4y for' '1111ndiou, L~iver Com U ~i.L anid D~ubilliy, otriri after 'thod, by Naturu',; Jwn I triajul. Pamllllplets, Contail ili e of its vulnie, furnished mnocbue ruie aullg the uwula lint. life 8-ly. it G eana1 itter. our citizets contplini of ebili. ro the sytem, tderanhglnenlt of 0' 1-lhRV, Wallt of Ippetite, &c. ir u nlythe result of too close ap Sin'nd tavusanti- other causes we cai :1,Itl ni it we would Sny to ali afilict t lay e n-get a bottle er two to 'Ads eornpi flitters, prepared by 1r. T tit rvord for it you will be cured. III edthis mledielne, knowing from that it sinnuch muperior to the gene teht'h'ed itines. We wohld say to 09 A rtha ed none unless prepared by hn aon, 1Philullpha. July I ( ~ Poisoiag. Si of inrents who use Vermifu. - i tullfhey~to01i, Calomel, &c., airinot 6tlW h.dIelthey appear to benefit the pa t Ially haying tho foundation for Wdie such as salivation, loss of n nsof Ilinbo, &c....

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 30 August 1853

- t .1pneited ;c haith di 'at eibre they art!ex. - portipit consideiation 'Off "ralithen garden is: is perhips het db nC red, that it should -- uohnion towards the orter apctL -is, perhal')s preflerable. such us the dauli peh;&0., yield more WJWtn not exposed - tv the iof the sun. V"'cievationi is preferable lhl oir v'alley, Convieiee dhouId also be duly consider h most impot1iant matter, tD a nlcation, is.as to Tfh should be a 'rich salidy 11debtht 'of twio or three feut al$L If this cannot be OlI)taii A tffelay or gravel sil is d*"to:it that it is corrected - e bicus admixture of fine loam 1it6 improved by the add; e ylaster, ashes, and vegeta ihwhile a stilfelay soil de livh 'eget.ible and animal ma to the separation of its - Ienceu the necessity of' I ' ilier animal and vegetable Line and plaster also oper vOrably, and charcoal is esteem. V'as a very fine 1ilizer'. iepower of absorinI vaiir ius Ai )ii the atmosphere and readi dk ionuito growing phiits. ber that manure of som...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 30 August 1853

QCi~fl N"tio Am, i sO~2houlbe mt)' ii 't. rquie t be dan iied e tn the idants 'e~fhre 'they argecg ei.~nortant ciniderat iot idit utf a l(itchen gr.iideni is: perh;pj's bet l'iegonsi4ed, that it should rf: Jelinationill towards the -orthern aspectM is," u ~)bsper'haps preferable. RU les such us the eauili ,spiA6h, &e., yield 11111 hen 'not exposed tv the ofthe sun. qratielevation is preferaleI e hill or valley. Conveniienee llalild also be duily consider I:utll Ahil most im por tant matter., t 99% 1eoation ' iss to Thishould be a 'rieh sandy ea.tdfhl of two or three fiet bw!:If this cannot be obtain da sifclay or gravel soil is Abetoit that it is corrected auadmixt ure of fine loam 4vSoil. j improved by the add; diue, plaster, ashes, atid vegeza while a stiffelay soil de suhveget ible and imuiial ma sisiids to the separation or its Hot ITence the necessity of lid odll-tlrnimal and vegetable i':' 'Lirie and plaster also oper IVOab,) and clircoal is esteem tuiv as a very fine fert...

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 September 1853

.DEVOTED TO SOUTHERN IGITS IMOCRACY NEW I T TE AGRCUT ; EN VOL. FRANCIS, Proprietor. T .Vil. SUMTERVILLE, S. C., SEPTEMBER 7, 183 b - -' wjrVnllsuW1' E RBANNER is rt:BLISHED -VERY TUEUSDAYIMORNING BY W. J. FRANCIS. TE R11NS,. ' rWO DOLLARS lin advance, Two Dollars nd Fify Cents at the expiration (if six inonths, ' 1 hree Dollars at the end of the year. No paper discontinued until tll arrearages fID tinless at the option of the Proprietor. - Advertsements Inserted at CVINTY FIV1E Cents per square, (12 lines or less,) for e first, and half that sum fur each subsequent j-, ~ The number of Innertions to be marked - Advertisements or they will he ptablislhet natil ordered to be discontinuedl, and charged h'ocordlntriv. ONIE DOLLAR per square for a singlo Insertioq.n - Quarterly and Monthly Advertise tents %IilI be clearged the samun us a single II hertionan.l send-monthly the same as new onse 'GRICULTURAL, y From the Soutiern Agriculttarist. T*'he Grape. There is no fruit more easily cul...

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 September 1853

tki n tiork ti- ctian may be scetained facts, Iter, states tIhat out l consumes . an ual to seven pomids e will take a more iite, and suppose it to odtr each person. 'The 8150 was over 23,000, I aElix pounds of wool to woUld. show an annual is 'eountry for 138,000, ,%wool; and it will he por A as our population ill es 'This aRmount at 30 ceits per an average, gives the sum 000,000 as the value of Ssitmed in the Unit ed States qsX'ar - ,ydar 1850 the whole amount 00 .prdued in the United States little less than 53,000,000 This shows that far less than ooI required fnr use is pro 1 his country; the balance be partod in the form of wool, e 'dfhs, flannels, &C. 9 same time it i well known epossess within the domain of iited States a suflicienut amount S Ayed land, well adapted to to support flocks of' sheep so 6b their annual yield of wool la clothe all the people on earth. e price of' wool has considerably 'eedand the population larrel'y sdsince 1850; aind if thle abov e a p s corr...

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 September 1853

~auses wecani itall liffiot. milit~, prjiared by Dr. Wttyou vilt be enred. lcine, k fowhig frord i,1ch"sn'rior to the gene icines. Ve would say to t none unless prepared by Piladlphia- July I deof parents who itse Vermifugui Ctiloinel, &o., are not w Y, he theytapi 1' betiblit the ph. 'ey are actually laying the foundation for d'apes. such as Falivation, loss of -,wea1 ess oif limnba, &. c olutng will be founi the adver nt of lo-b6nsack's M1edici:iwi, to yhI!ch tf 'ti"ttentiodfof all dfiteetlyiterested r nasmwell as their Chillreli's health. r Cgnplnints and all disorders ariing ti't of a bilious type, sliouhl Inuke te o-. only genuine medicine, Holionsttk's ' '~ Liyer Pills. .denot4feceivcd," but ask fbr Hoben ft, orm Syrup, Liver undl Pilla, and tile a serve that eahlias the signature of the Proprle ,'j.-X1on0XiAcc, as noneelse ara genuild ~ Agtst.d10. 42-1y. j rl Editor, You will please .z nounc thrdugh the columns of your pa eri dte name of JOHN S. RICHARD lSON, n., na 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. — 7 September 1853

ietth tka stai~st ee - tlebiy sheds; sisters ually *dve ntSirudUtrhead*. "rm labori rest from aid hrid's hard thitet close: p hoourei.th Ui begn ~jd slies t suwt fd~e - earth the morning fay - se- uid light will east Ublom Sf the gloriatte day. eidie shall hast. gisto me dnesoiGttofthina sog bisfe WO part; Way bea* away with me "It tusl@ iti tiy heart. tht be a &ehltle one t bfiarly joy - J4 fair-baired maiden sings hertuchaloved boy. t ethe song Ilheard, A ierday at noon, a h came to me like a warbling bird, cVaed as short and soon. W that song was still, itarted from out the trees; kh birdie hush'd, when the bramble trsh . with tie passing reeze. otfso fearfblly away enjapot bear to part, any.:hlng but hope and joy Jn the swelling of ray heart, pook ip to me with laughing eye. shall met again are long; edthe greeting I shall have, thegentle song. uIalng to me that song of Joy, That song of summer bowers, frtnring like the soft warm breath .Of a south-wind over flowers. will ki...

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 September 1853

n -, -b r), A4 -1 - SUMT E M RVLL s a EP E BE Ew ' - - - l xi. . A t ]P ~rctor 0 suuo Jbi-.At , i. :. v i it ?.01.,. ~ . ______________________________________________________________ SEP EMBER E..k BANNER is PUBLISHED Y TUESDAY MTORN ING YW. J. FRANCIS. 'TERMS, dWbi LAIl8 in advance,.Two Dollars A n fiy.Centn aw the expiration of six months, r Ti ree Dollars at the end of the year. - 2pajerd until all arrearages PA hleu at the option of the Proprietor. dvertisementsiiserted at sE-NTry alit r. P"uare, (12 line" or lesl, for 'rit"and allf that sunt for each subsetuint --The number of insertions to be marked auldvertisements or they will be published -ilorfered to be discontinued, and charged 11E DO.LAR persquare forasingle ieion, Quarterly and Monthly Advertise rita ill be cha-rged the same as a single in -i6. Mnd semi-monfhly the same as riew onse G, 110'ULTUflALO :Prorn tie Southern Agriculturist. V Ai'ta ppllentloi of Peruviai Ga an to Cottosa. n.Eri-oa: For the benefit cf my ePla...

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 September 1853

o4requcst the n'eit may Ve li'badllots' (f ' the. xes at the difierent tions will be held, dr~eivinig such ebn. theadshirers-oftho 111ts. h.Coumtry may posit iii aid of the in course of tv , ins niemory. rdthat When this I a t puripose is pre beple, they will not to iva their mite for such t'o becomes more ris the funds of the socie. d diminishing and may not ~Ad!'quate to carry on the sill cont:ibution from in or vEter throughout the Ydtes, would be suflicient to the Monument,-a work in.. dd to their glory as well as W r memory of- the ills h F"'A halft a dime con. b gry . inhabitant of our W rear the grand strue. rogress, to itsdes ined to It will be pitifil, ifout -iillions of souls who * @ts reat Country, rendered en prosperous an1(d hap. by his exertions and devo itcaause, the sum necessary to Moiimeit worthy of such a c fdnt? be completed for the fof the sinall pecuniary aid which Amrican should feel it his j,'as yell as his duty to aflbrd. .1h liast' Presidential election, 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. — 14 September 1853

UTAttt TO.. S~ii. Hoir Q,1nA*4e' ~ Fnid or~ri: r Pethe iditStoainh eO after - Otiiis f Iarori Ueigi' (9a e olo., ' ilnwonlerl-lremedy for n ap idice, Liver Com C tillidtj fi1ebility, curing after alOM 4 a OWU Method by Nature's Own . . . . . . HJe- ice. Pamphlets, contain. dence. of its value, furnished Nep notice among the inedica 4.44, 44 -, olsonting. parents who use Vermifuge. sor it, Calomel, &c., are not MN they appear to benefit the pa ! re actually laying tho foundation for such as salivation, loss of nes.flimbs, &c. her, clumn will be found the adver Of opensack's Medicines, to which k t 6Viin of all directly interested OR as well as their Children's health. r .Cotmphiints and all disorders arising f those 0 1 lts type, should make use 1'eoly genuine medicine, Ilobensack's r Pillq - 8P "Be not deceived," but ask for IHoben 'A- ack's Yorm Syrup Liver mnd P'ills,.and the 4seTe that.each hu the signature of the Proprie. r Apo, as none else are genuine gust0. 42-1y. MES...

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 September 1853

'df of et en! ilsof despair! ,i.'er forgiven ? __ plMes by prayer I --- ~nthe I call! -oyluis 'dark within: a iSk the sparrows fall, elitt 6C vin; to secti Unknown! A .1 path of truth! lPDkence I own, -L. el, tie faults of youth. ar a gloomy fane. dIn hail the pile, sa(lpread their sable teign, .ystio rites beguile :V'a figne his Maker's away t1lib'doittes of reouldering stone I Ty-1 d4bi the face of day: heaven, thy boundless throne. cI; i n ia race to hell 7 tsiend in pompous form? 1 tIsalall tor one who foil, h'in the mingling storm ? 'c * tetd to reach the. skies, h I rother to expire, - OO lidifierent h:ope supplies, an less severe inspire? S cereeds they can't expound, 'r &%ancied bliss or woe? tiliesgrovelling on the ground, rgreatCreator's purpose know ? hoprophet's law I seek, in'Natore's work appear I eif corrapt and week, lI pray, for thou wilt heat --ho canst guide the Wendering star u trackless realms of ether's space Sale Vj at the elemental war, ad from pole to po...

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 September 1853

. O S ' - "" l VOTI DJ TO SOUTHERN RIGHTS, 03I IIVDOCRACY, NEWS, LITERATURE AGRICULTURE, CIENE AN TE ART VOL. VII. S~ld T E R~tLL E, C., SEPTEMBER 21, 183. THE SUMTER BANNER IS PUBLISIED EVERY TUESDAY iORnxING BY W. J. FRANCIS. TERMHS, TWO DOLLARS in advance, Two Dollars tand Fifty Cents at the expiration of sit months, or Three Dollars at the end of the year. No paper'discontinued until all arrearages Ware rAtb, unless at the .option of the Proprietor. Advertisements inserted atB8EVENTY FI Cents per square, (12 lines or less,) for ltlhe first, and half that sum for each subsequent nsertion. ES The number of insertions to be marked 'on a Advertisements or they will be published 'util ordered to be discontinued, and charged Isicordingly. r N0' UE DOLLAR per square for a single Insertion. Quarterly and Monthly Advertise ments %Xill he charged tIhe same as a single in sertion, and semi-monthly the same as new onse AGRICULTURAL. May Making. [September and October are months in which eco...

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 September 1853

' 'tiiall [otherg glte tl a il1-be idle; it is in ba common thing for h othing. In o times ch . help their parents in s and on Saturdays; but , o'n0any e ildren spend all their time be woods fishing and hunting. flow M4 ch better. would it be for them it thewohl4 help their parents, and vorkin the garden or in the field, or Sspend'their time reading some good Yooks*You never hear of a lazy oan . becqmiiga great one.l know sei lit tle boys wh6 do not like to get themiisel v es a drink of water. They would think --it a disgrace to bring a pitcher of'water, or cutas tick of wood, or make a fire. They.consiler work of any kind too -16 for then. Some of those little boyswhen they are grown will find it veiy hitlid to work for a living. And, instead of getting into some business -ihey will try an easier phan, and go to the billiard table and win enoiugh in that way-if not successfiul in that they Hflow much better would it be for chil. dren to learn to work and to love it. T7ho Lord requi...

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. — 21 September 1853

. ...... . j..... D9 dIrs ' delph'y' for In Zndie, I~e Com niskan Debility, curing after Nat d by Nature's Own Agent, t tie. Pamphlets, contain. -ing S rnien be of its Value, furnished by agents nUtice atitibg the medica advertiseme 8-ly. Isdalng. 'rhnusands 'c tidkenls who use Verminuge. composed of Castor Oil, Calomel, &c., arc not aware, that while thoy appear to benefit the pa tiont, they are adsially laying the foundation for a series of diseases, such as salivation, loss of sight, weakness df limbs, dwe. In another column will be found the adef *ement of Hobensadk's -Medicines, to widch we ask the attention of ill directly interested In theIr own as,well as tileir Children's health. In LIver Complaints and till disorders arising from ttose of a bilious type, should make use of .thesonly genuine medicine, Hobensack's Liver Pills. tg "Be not deeeivcd," SUt ask for Ilolieta sack's~Worm Syrup Liver and Pills, ard the serve that each has the signature of the Proptie orJ. N. Hos...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
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