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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 17 November 1847

d :. kls on Ohet intint..,: h wh r of i nd a A ng* andt20 ween. ab ' aco th, ti-ain. Th ton it lesicans at Huiiant,! V * i . nte ate i M Bankhed, the British sMtr ived a Ygra Cruz fromthi t ico, S on the 2th ult. in a ery f tat. ~OO~uong ~ fdeeOw staBie' e,, was guarded into the city from Jalapa -y Captflai ircpild's Rangoers, and willleave & Vera Cruz in the Englisia steamer. It is thought 'th the Ann C age wl b gotBI'. The steamship OM4as, CArri Aulo arrived t this fort fron Teimpico, wi o mon the 2of ulti f2d..and after enload ing returned to Tahediforcoal, wlap she encountered the. full fore of the le, but, through tie seamanishipV fapt. Auld, ehe'was saved. She was out of coal when th' glecommennced, adm was'compelled to b~n all'IAthe loose t-iinier about the boat to -1q0pe her. from. being driven ashore. The'Euglish courier arrived at'Vera Cruz on the 3ist'.nlt., bring - news from the citgof Mexico to the -29th ult;.'Nothing. very Iam ortant has transbiredin theg',jpitol s...

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 November 1847

tBy virtue o eunt rected, 1 Will offbr for t ter ourt House, on tlie-firt -Mond and e. lowing, in INiciber nxt, withi ""16 gurs of -sale, to the higpst'bidder for C the following Sipal Prpp1erty. rcbase pay for Titles.. One tract. of -efc s of Land in. Clardini de do B. Moody, Sail."3.N -o 4 rs. levied upon as tho propty $ tnson,;at the suit of Bnritel.Moody .. MIller. tract o'12 acies - of; m Claremont, ad ng latils of Jos. 1. Bossard, Est. of J. Allen andArm. Ross, levied upon as the property um Roast tle Puit of John B. Miller. . - 'THOS: J. WILDER, S.' S.. D. .Nov.i15,4847. HER.FF'S SALES. By virtue of sundry Executions to me di rected, will be sold at Sumter Court House, on'Thirgit Monday and lay following in De cember next, within the le"ralihours of sale, ehighest bidder. for dli, the following ersonal 'Property. Purchasers to pay fur itles. 1 Negro, levied on as the pro rty of R. M. Bracey,' at the suit of R.' B. ain and S. S. Parir. Householi Furniture, consist ing of Beds,...

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 November 1847

* 44*4 - lsifce 4. * ~Il a~ido4ftql~thitlh a ~ stee fdel -Ai ae mread acilities comm on o --PEPils ui tS0.1F.0 aid itation - n o the dthe cone riienes to the flou i e Y id.-t Ta hsAcademiy, shduld --be ifiirlbr. ,to noiiyfor the wanfof those auxiharies whlo k a- are essential toa filland perfect acquaintai with th-e practcal 66iernces, they have pur chased an extqnsive-id beautiful Chemical, 'Philosophical and Astronomical Aratus, together with Maps,. Globes an is, epressly for the usetaid benefit of ePu pils at once placing 'it onan equal footing with any Institution of a, similar characitr j the State. Under: thf'epresent .e0icient.mianage nent, they d6 zMot.hesitate in declaiing theirrcn viction, that the means of as perfect an edu cation can be oltained at this'Institution, as at any other; while' the experionce' of the Principals warrautit.(.hobelief, that the same care and regard 'f6ithe mital Rdiceti4f of the students will be given, ylich' charac terizes the efflorts of attel...

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. — 15 December 1847

* . ' ' *-T '- .. -1 , - I r- -1, 0 ?;A.A&10~ v ~~ry : 4 t AA - ,- - A t ANtE7L -. Cr \e,- It - -- 1. w "All VOLt W l * ,ttoh A, DECEMBER 15 1847. NUMB * EE. MT "ERANNEFIN D EVERY WE3ESDAY .ORNING. ILLIAM J. FRA NIS. T ER IM3S _ Two Dollars in advance, Two Dollars and Fifty-cents at the expiration of sik moriths, or Three. Dollars at the end ol the year. . No paper discontiued until al arrearages afipaid, unleis Aitthe option of the Propriet'. jAdvertisements inserted at 75 cts. per square, (14 lines or less,) for the first and half that sum for each subsequent insertion. -rDXThe number of insertions to be marked -on all Audortisentents or they will be publish ed until ordered to l e discontinued, and -charged accordingly. 0:One Dollar per ~ uare for a sihfle in. :sert ott Q.uarterlydfi nthly Advetige znen. vill 4d energd At alWit 09 insertion, ad stnmi-noithly the si . .ones. A1 Obituary Notices exceeling six lines, .! Communications recomendmg Candi dates fir public otli.-s or...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 15 December 1847

iv 4, 9' ov te, - ww - . , 'fl., I - , , - - r , --i i , !I . g, " vf 7 fil, lkv r. t"i "I *1 - 0 ~s ~llAdiertseqeht or S~Y W1l ~ ..All Obituary Notices exeeeding ifx lies, rid"Communications recdmnendIg (&ndi ilatesfRi ublic offices or true or puffing Exhibitio'liill be charged as Advertise idientb. ED!Al lqters by mail rnust be paid to ini 0u$ unctual attendance. NOTICE. Te suiscriber placed into ha a on, un .diythe '22d August, last, a letter encedeitig h- ne Hundred Dollar Bill of the Bank 'of the State of South Carolina. TheBill 'a rd been torn' in two and either pinned togelhar W pasted. In the.is-ne Letter was led -an execution on Thonias Boono :. n Ipsignment was made-by him toJolin also an account of McDuncan' ag iyt q.n H. Dixin ror $175 of which acco in . s we dipted by McDuncan. Tho .lettinI : Aled and directed to John H. Dixii Bish"qi ille. The-money and papers were enclosed in the preseace of W. T. Spann and Sn p.. .son Sahders, and delivered to Swepson Sat -ders i...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 15 December 1847

- . .~bmp d .r . . .h . . . .ed be-4Anun 1wi i are fbu, an thes only reianig quosd awether the htate oightato partleN b' ith i:dividuals, and tovat eapnse of thir cbtstradiict ,t the liat to n th d brmuity ry gq t t the t 4 " aid Wi dis 9, a- er prise. pfeIe onfident otp tinge of self fite'resti ai guard against an inmproviet hesimet or- prodalexp dituro I ybeachitn liisedf"encuE be ascefl and a.39siau Luei by which to ap ono r contribujtlis. ~~i np i ~ - ~~the altornatile is" te oton f bitrary rulle by wlie1i1 0 y - mated. Two-fiftlieo st~nwi in seems to hae r theapr tIo, and was -one a dopted b rState as a p l h ut cther counsels have since pri'i~,~ each case hid' left -td providoafor it~f. This ought Vot to be . The e litoi improvement is abroad, di oir peop4d ought-to know what aid they are dei riv from the comii stock i tlipjlose cution of enterprises calculated mainly to promote our common welfare& If two fit ethought too :nuch, adbyt tho pro * portjn'of one-third, or oenl...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 15 December 1847

i~~ict, ~ T. j7tth' I~ 1 . - Tite roteesfe de 'mn i inst tuti efltthO aunt Ld , acted in" all i ton,as.w," bf Misic,N -anJ~~ a.This dotfaeb tthat Mr. B6ieon hlis hid'i sucepssful experience in te uhl dj MissParker Many years, ejpenfae Thv. cq. ' lic schoolin Philaxdelphisand con%... t . at ci with'an establied) euat Te Mademy itsituat in i.hes' ills, in th6 immediate vicinity' of Episcopal and Methodist Churches and wvithin tenailes of the aiden Ra'il oUa. ' There will be an aTinual vaiation fromthe 15th Novei'nber to the 15th of January. Term8 p teA&u0f $i0onks. Board and Tiition. washing, fireinn lights' 75.00 Reading, Writing, -Graninar,,Geb-. graphy ilsy, Arithmitlc, Matl saea oalandeNatura -hileK eophd misty anUoa:rv -2) 00 Drawing Md Paintinf. ' (H i0f French or Italian, - 1 (00 Music. Organ, Harp &Piano, 30 0( Guitar, - . U 0 A music lesson will be given to ea'.h schol ar daily. Joz u1 MAL NING, QAvmD 11. P. Du Doss% RICILARDSoN C. RICItAADSON, Tr Juus . BELSEutee A.....

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 15 December 1847

E PTP ING) S COMPOUNDFLUID EXTRACT OF SARSAPARILLA AAD QUEEN'S DELIGHT. There are few cases of chronic and painful Rheumatism that will not yield to the influ tince of Sarsaparilla and Queen's Delight if duly persevered, especially if taken in con junction with Hydr. of Potash, times called Mercurial Rheumatism (violent pains in the bones, &c.,) resulting from the mercury taken by patients during severe fevers and other protracted disease. It is highly recommended for all diseases of the skin, chronic as well as recent. One bottle will, in most instances, effectualy re move all pimples, postules, or blotches on the face, to witch young persons in this climate are so much subjected to. arising either from impurity of the blood or debility. It is the best remedy known for scrofulous affections, sores, and breakings out in young children, and is safe and efficacious in removin entire ly every trace of hereditary diseases Trom the system in the tenderest infant; in fact in all cu ta...

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. — 15 December 1847

Ut~ ofthein 0 'i I~. 1-1-i , - 6 bottt nke MA V move all mbl -6 the face'to' th ich A t ~are efuili beoeto< from impurity of t~ieoo .rdel Itisthe Sbestded~b A 44i systemmthetsnderestinfant alci taneous aflbctlias i M a & A eral rfierof theb , allo ate stirai t doubtedly tak d a medies. i ulated thea. s, tores- tobl wedn ty i neteuoih pro, qesaistron. I It' y relieveae initi woistta sand all -etions4A in'i binp an rear t uii,flifsio,but marked r '0d aftertking pebotlej will., b cessary to ue the'Hdriddted Potash Not wishing to -pblish ce tils doAeJIn the case of all quack edi dayto ef bet their sale, and sdfore them uP on the public, the subscribert ogs leave to state that this preparation haeen presbribed and used by anumber of Phyuiclans.andPlan, ters of our city and-neighborhoodwith success, viz: Dr.. H. . Frost, Dr.W 1,. Ramsay, Dr. Thos. Y Simmons, Dr. C.O; Pritchard, Mr. S.'Legare, Lieu Wilson, U. S. IL S., all ofthis city, Dr. J 'es Stoney, Beaufort. Dr. J. A. MayeaSumi...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 29 December 1847

- P - - - . V A VOLUME II. SUMTERVILLE, SOUTH-CAROLI A, DECEMBER 29,' 1847. N9 THE SUMTER BANNER: PUBISUED EVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING, BY WILLIAM J. -FRANCIS. . rT Ei S: Two Dollars in advance, Two Dollars and Fifty-cents at the expiration of six months, or, Three Dollars at the end ol the year. No paper discontinued until all arrearages are paid, unless at the option of the Proprietor. 9iTAdvertisements inserted at 75 eta. per square, (14 lines or less,) for the first and half that sumu for each subsequent insertion. IrThe number of insertions to be marked on $Il1 Advertisements or they will he publish ed until ordered to be discontinued, and ,cliarged accordingly. ere - ationth v Advcrtsd ments -vill be charged tha i-ime as a single .sertion, and semi-monthly the saine as new "ones. All Obituary Noti s exceeding six lines, and Communications recommending Candi dtes for public offices or trust-or pufling Exhibitions, will be charged as Advertise mentb. trAll letters by mail must be pa...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 29 December 1847

From *)9 CnuiamJ ugvclph . ':HLONNETIeG LINg. Meiss. Editors:.-As the subject of Inter nalImproveifient in this State; seems to be, A thebsorbing question of the Legislitier, as wvll-as the people generally at the pres ent-noment, it may not be mappropriate to ofl'er a fewremarks for consideition in re lation to one of the projects under contem plation-I mean the Wilmington and Man chester Rail Road. These remarks are nec essarily called for, from the fact that the rise, progress and future prospects of this com pany seem to be littlo undestood. I. pro pose, therefore, before entering upon the merits of this project, to offer a brief history of the Wilmington and Raleigh Rail Read Company, which gave rise to this. As early as 1830, the necessity of a R. road -communication through North Carolina, con necting with the Rail Roads of Virginia and South Carolina, for the transpbrtation of the -mail and passengers, and thus opening a con tinuous line of communication 'between the North a...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 29 December 1847

$10 REWARD. Ranaway from the subscriber on the 2n inst., a young negro woman, iamed RACHAEL: las a scar on one of her cheeks; much hai on her head; very long foot tho big too prc jecting much beyond the others; affects t be a fine lady. The avove reward wi be paid to any person that will deliver her t the undersigned, or the Jailor of SumterDis trict. She has relations near Bradford springE Mr. Wmu. Davis, and Col. Thomas Rhame's -If harbored, a further ren ard will be give on conviction. JOHN B. MILLER. Sumter District, 201h 1847. 9 tf SUMTERVILLE BAKERY BREAD! BREAD!: The subscriber respectfully informs th inhabitants of Sumterville and vicinity, tha he has opened a BAKERY, for the purpos of supplying Bread, Biscuits and Cakes < every description, at Charleston prices. Fajuilies wishing to be served with Brea every morning will please leave their order at the store formerly occupied by C. M'Lea - The subscriber trusts, by strict attentior and punctuality, to solicit the patrona...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 29 December 1847

X-"CUVE FOW""e HAR DTIME SMALL PROFITS FOR CASH. THF. subscriber is now receiving a large and general assortment of New Goode; viz: Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware, Cutlery, Carpentera Tools, Crockory.; Shoes and Boots, Hats, Caps and Bonne's; R E ADY MADE CLOTHING. Coats, Vests,'Pants, Shirts, Fine Black Cloaks &c. &c.; Canies essIorted; BAGGING AND ROPE; Tobacco, segirs, &c. MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. Violins, Guitars, Flutes, &c.; and also, a so lected lot of Italian Violin awl Guitar string-, antI a gre-it many Fancy Articles too tedious to mention. All of which, will be sold low for cash. u11ttel, &c. 3 kits Mountain Butter 0 bushlns Cranberries. -ALSO 3000 lbs. slaughcred Dry Hides. L. B. HANKS. Opposite China's H1otel. Nov. 15,1817. 22 tf NlW FALL AND WINTER GOODS. The subs:riber would respectfully inform the citiz-ns of Stunterville and vicinity, that he is now receiving anl opening his FALL STOCK of Gon, consisting 0: Dry Goods, Grnceries, lhardware, Cutlery an...

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 February 1848

2. I c. 'Vi.'Wi rv - :.T. - e e t , iv sbtquent- :' irtion. ~n arked -n i l blith, 4d . idied, and Bert "Oa . An dsglei --ert a r ertige. j'on tho-saie as new It tice eceeding six lines, 01j 'y e)inendmi Candi t. d e8 trust-or pufing adon Advertise. bne em lin te pid to in v~r o .i eomndn ad V~6I~tI~Ia atIfie ,, -. '"frie-ds of Captain J D. announce him as a candidqtp e at the ensuing election. )ai;1 1~12 -_tf M r. Please announce dapt. T. M ER -as a candidate for Re tresents ive 't thb ensuing election. - MANY VOTERS. Jan. 118 11 tf 8fVeo ar authorized to an poduic6 OHN . MILLERl Esq. a candi liate folrl' of the Court of Common eat att election. - V~L7-~4 7 tf fa~~trg atfhorized to ain c EIL 1. RICIIBOURG, a can dd ate !eoffice of Clark. at the ensuing e ion 2 &1 : 183 tf CUTho 41e0O ofJACOB 11. WITE HlIApA 6unee him as a candidate 1ext, aftetheensuin-. elec 8 ~ thorized to announce JOS. NETTL Esq. pni'4;to fqor the of eP Ta o lectorWc fo agont county, at thensuin n lection. eo...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 9 February 1848

!r- 4 -rep at N enite iec4 det'Xl:A t unil*dr Col MX~ .40 l0.0 ti46 td CoiioArtitit the haie'Z fh difer, aK Top io nh 1siy o Wyn, kop- a in i o iut andRe 0 Adetuiment, 'unde tl.' MYnCoop bapture~d Generi Valenoi andhsad anhd Col'Arrsta, at 'the 'huoienda o~ths fc~iir, Topjaco,'on. 'he lit insi CA. Wyn;. ~opwas in pursuiof Jaiauta, anvd Rea at the tlnie'" These escAped' him a few hours only. ~Gen. Valericia and Col. Ar rista were 'eleased.on parole.. Ccils. Torrejon, Minon and Guard were shortly afterwards captured at' Amazuca, near Puebla. by Dominguei; Captain of the Mexican spy company in the service of the United States. [Special Co'rrespondence of the Picayune'. CITY OF MEXICO, Jan. 12, 1848. You will flid in one of the letters-ofthe gentleman who continued- his correspon' dence with you during my indisposition, an account of the capture of Gen. Valen. cia, the renowvned hero of Contreras, and Col. Arrista, at the hacienda of the form. er, In this valley, by a party of Texan Ran...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 9 February 1848

tu Iecf eoln in the ofu MesIco A? detacidnt under. Chl.Wynkoop eaptured Genieral Valeia and his aid, 2and Col.'Arrista~at the :hacienda of the. ebriwr, Tepjaco, on the et inst c61. Wyn.' koop was in pursuit of Jai-auta aind Rea at the time~' These' eucaiped' him a fewv hours only. Gen.- Valencia and Col. Ar. rfsta were releasedon parole.., wr Cols. Trorrejon, Minon adGadwr shortly afterwards captured at~ Amay~uca, near Puebla. by Domingiei GCaptain of~ the Mexican spy company in the service -of the United States. [ Special Co'rrespon~dence of the Pzcayune]j CITY OF MExIco, Jan. 12, 1848. You wvill fmnd in one of thelotters of'the gentleman who continued--his correspon dence with you during my indisposition, an account of the capture of Gen. Valen cia, the renowned hero of Contreras, and Col. Arrista at the hacienda of the form. er, in this valley, by a party of Texan Rangers under command of Col. Wyn. koop, of the Pennsylvania Volnteers. From all Icanlearn, the expedition was manage...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 9 February 1848

Q4 4tk in od It BUTTS Fa___ JSumtevljIe, li t theDug Store; an Sgerally In South Ciolina. -OBITUARY. arted: this life on the night of the 20th after ahi attack. of- more than five .consumptimI- during which time she w qonfined entirely-to her. bed, in the 31st of ,her ageMrs.ALYmA ANN TINDALL, ~ f frJ. .Tindall and daughter of the late Edward Wells, Esq. ,hgood qu-ilities-of the subject of this notice were best known within the limits of her wn immediate family.riSho was modest .,, unobtrusive in her manners; sincere in ,ha 7attichment, and unceasingly devoted to .hFlittle child and husband; tender and kind to d4. by which she won while she lived the esteem and affectionate regard of all who knew her well; and most of all ehe was con sistent in her christian profession, in the time of her. protracted anid painful illness. She e'remarkably sustained by the Divine $airand Grace. o God, for seldom or ever 96ias heard to mourn or complain. She always seemed perfectly reconciled to God's...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 9 February 1848

A' hpw . t g r e 4ClC en~ a~aadf nindiedfra1dsae of t snie I>Z fas~ elo aot rect. ed M~ctil "leatun(i~t piunk bones, , rsu Motitic 1efctu by pa tiet ch g ve. evg i thi clmte prout~d diaaease. It d highly eotended rg all diseoases of the s odkin, orellb irecent. O i e botad ,ill i c Most atiouinces, eflbctualir -re y eovery tre oereitrybloche on the systm oe the reina in tht climate tae souctOuiojt arising either from Impurity 'of the blood or debility. It is the best reedeknown for scrofulous action i, sores, and breakings out in young childtonj and is sate anid efficacious in removingr entire ly every trake of hereditary diseases ro the system in the tonderest infant; in fact in all cu taneous affections it is invaluable. As a gen eral purifier of the blood, and an eradicator of all obstinate diseases this preparation will un doubtedly take the precedenice of all other re mnedies. It gently operates upon and reg ulates the bowels, -restores to the blood its wvonted purity, gives...

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. — 9 February 1848

4A4 71 S,~AV DQ Th#%: re fd*: fhiliMt A Rheutmatisin that w do te inf Once of Sarsaparills an Qeen!# Delight If~ duly persevered'especialy if tiker 11i 0bd junctiori witli Hyily.-of Pd sh, Aimies "calld Mercurial Rheumatisia (violent. pains initho bones, c.,) resulting from the mercury aken by patients during severe fevers and other protriict6d disease. It is highly recommended for all~ diseases of the skin, clironIc as well as recent. One bottle will, in most inotances, effbctualy re move all' mples, hostules, or blotches on the face, to which young persons in this climate are so much 4ubjected to. arising either- from impurity 'ofthe bluod or debility. It is the. best remedy known for scrofulous affections, sores, and breakings out in young. -childrenj; and is safe and efficacious in removing entire ly every troce of hereditary diseases from tbe* system in the tenderest infant; in fact in all cu taneous affections it is invaluable. As a gen eral purifier of the blood, and an eradi...

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. — 23 February 1848

* (V~AR, ~ k T jk t -.' 7' yjh IM4 "o a. 0 .. a se'k ments iAse 70i i tuis o tna tont ornhe'y charged accordngly. - O70 rolm.. sorio. qr an n 16 ' -lae awt itnelng onn on the same as new p exceeding six lines, ons. ,amwendmug Candi: datglees or t 4 -.r, puffing Exiodh .a dvartise mgente., tAlail must pd to In rtndance. The 'of Captain J. D. Aef announpee him ad: a' Candidate for Rtpr6een ve at the ensuing election. Mr. Edifr: Please announce Capt. T. M. BAKER as a candidate for Re presentative at the ensuing. election. - . t M ANY V OT ERS. Jan. 12, 1848. . 11 tf (jJWe are authorized to an nounce JOUN L. MILLER, Esq. a candi date for dierkof the Court of Common Viess, at the e 4 ig election. Dec. 15. 1847:" 7 tt (trWe. are authorized to an nounce DANIEL 11. RICHBOUR*, a can. didate for the office of Clerk at the ensuing election. Ja. 26, 1846. 13 tf 13"Tbo friends of JACOB 11. WHITE X pq, announce him ais a candidate fr Sh ft at the next, after the ensuing elec tion. e are authorize...

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