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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 21 September 1853

of for the gLjl ari' boy; 44115 i*y. brow. Ao'er his eyes "How beautifully here ur g EDY lieu. red ups parted, two sinall tooth on out like little pearls, ont pillow fell a shower, . .liht and shining curls. Hea~ o youngest, best beloved, And we a happy pair! e geitly pressed his dimpled hands And gently hissed his hair, So night came down, and with the morn The.Sabbath morn of love ',%We Bought him, but our Father, God Had called the boy above. never mote his soft blue eyes Will ineet the gaze of ours, 01 neer ttore his red lips breathe The fragrance of the flowers. Ohl hever more lils tiny clasp Aiound our necks be drawn, Aor music of his angol vo ice Awake us at tho dawn. We telt beside an empty couch, That holiest mon of seven! M1he sun bad arisen on earth once nore, Our son had arisen in heaven! A GEM. There's not a heath, however rude, But bath some little flower To lirighten up Its solitude, And scent the evening hour. There's not a heart, however cast By grief and sorrow dow...

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. — 28 September 1853

C77 -I --1 -- -T-"-r - --- -- - -- - DEOTD OHRN RIDEMCRACY WS LIATURE, NIULT J. FRANCIS, Proprietor. a - - TOO~ Vj, AUIIICULTUREt SoE]tI AND THTEBE 2R. THE SUMTER BANNER IS PUBLISnED EVERY TUESDAY MORNING BY W. J. FRANCIS. TER MS, TWO DOLLARS in advance, Two Dollars nd Fifty Cents aot the expiration of sit months, or Three Dollars at the end of the year. No paper discondnued until all arrearages are rAID, unless at the option of the Proprietor. . Advertisements inserted at SEVENTY. Fl ' Cents -per square, (12 lines or less,) for khe frt, and half that sum for each subsequesnt 'nsertion. gg* Tie number of hisertions to be marked 1on all Adivertisenents or they will be published until ordered to be discontinued, and charged accordingiv. 2'* ONE DOLLAR per sqnare for a single insertion. Quarterly and Monthly Advertise snents will be charged the same as a vingle in sertion, and semi-monthly the same am new onse -MISCELLANEOUS, From the Star Spangled Banner. ALICE.,PRESCOTT; -on, CHARITY...

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. — 28 September 1853

Correspondonee of thp PHILADELPHIA, Septim .r T 53. DRO. \itnnK-I am- heie. ol c retungeat Vorld!iCon eltian;t vast Absemblage of ine - ninicky, Arkaisas and Cal fobhia were not represeited. I think all'the itlier 'States were. Our own Sges -had'a pretty full representation, viz:Kerloycd and Tistram ' Tuppet, of Carleston . B. Rico, of 13arn %vell; B. F'Crnytoi, of Anderson; Join I elten ONeull, Henry Summer, W. H. ilun, Riobort stewart, Silas John. stoug. Joht-2B.'Ci'i-Wie, (Al. John R. Leavell, of Newberry; Rev. John h. Timmons, Col. Richard Fl. Ilickson. Darlington; Rev. J. I. Pickett, f Aiken; '. N.. MeGill, S. B. Em. mons, of Lancaster, Were present. There wore. delegates present from Enliand,:Canada and New hrunswick. n1Audmyuredest, the R~ev. Johni . Timmons Was made one ofr the Vic Presidents. Neal Dowe, of Maine,.was elected President. I was placed at the head of the Coiimittoe for the preparation of business. The instant the Convention was opend, and before the ollicers we...

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. — 28 September 1853

Office Wil. & Dian . R . B. Uo WLV.m-rN, N. C., ) 14th Suptem'r, -1853. ( Stockhoilders 'of the Wilmington 'End Manchter Rail Road Comi v, are heorby untified that the Ninoteeith 19) Intailnient of FIVE DOLLA-18 per ,ithare is required -to be paid bv.the first of 'October, 1853; add the -TWENTIETH (20) and LAST IN$TALMENT of FIVE DOLL ARS per 8thare ii the thirty-first '(31st) day of December, 1853. By ordor of the Bo-rd of Directora, JOHN McRAE, Jn.. Trean'r. 'Sep 21, 1953. 47 1m .CL Watchman please copy one month. LAND FOR SALE, That valuable and well known ,place. DUBOSE'S BRIDGE, on Lynches Crcek, three miles. from Bistopville. containing 700 acres lying on both des of said Creek. There iS two hLandsomee sitruatioinS on the same one in Darlington District; the otlher in Sumter. I deem It tseless to) enter into a -description, as'the purchaser rmust and will be his own jndge. About 250 acreq of cleared lnnd; good range for flogs or Cattle. Said land will be sold low, aid on 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. — 28 September 1853

A GAi ICtLI T A L From the Amariean Cotted Platter. n,,t. CLOU D "Some pen .are wise, im rie'aie other. tois" ~.There is a or"fl iass o'f i en \ho till the-'esrth, who strikingly illus. trdto' thi' pregiiat truth. A lesson in aglo4 tflorned from a father brtiy yereg jgo, is often practiced by the son long.after wiser heads have discarded it as more than useless. If X would practice the moral les. Ag'ii taught us by our parents with only half the pertinacity with which we cling'6 their errors in farming, we should .l4. made happier and bet teidmen. There is a class of farmers (furtu bahtely for our reputation, not so nu mefous now as forty years ago) who turn up their self-conceited noses at ev y mnention of improvements in agri lture a's the rCesult of scientific inl vestigation. It is lidic-rons, indeed, to aze with what holy L.orror they turn up their eyes at the mere mention of an agricultural pape r; ard if you talk to theni about the chemical analysis of plants and soils, of ga...

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. — 5 October 1853

Ile DEVOTED TO SOUTHERN RIGHTS, DEMOCRACY, NEWS, LITERATURE, AGRICULTURE SCIENCE AND THE ARTS -- -.I--- - - - - Wi. J. FRANCIS, Prop-Eetor. out } $ TERMS--Two Dollars Per Annumn m -. ln Advanc. . VOL. VI. SUMT1EINVIL LE, S. C., OCTOBER 5, 1853* NO. 49. TIIE SUMITER BANNER IS PUII.sHED 'EVERY TUESDAY MIORNlENG BY W. J. FRANCIS. T E RMS, TWO UWI.LARS in advance, Two Do)llars anti Vifly Cents at tie expiratioin of six tonths, or Three Dollars at the end of the year. No paper cliscontiued until all arrearnues are PAt I). 1ltess at time option of the 'roprie-tor. ttW Advertisenents inserted at St-:NTY FIVE Cent% per squart, (12 lines or less,) for the first, and half that stum fur each suisecjtumit "nsertion. ElY The numbher of insertions to be markceI on ill Ativertismenicits or they will be pnbli-shed *\ntil ordlerei to be miscominued, anid charged aceordingv. 229" ONE DOLLAR per siuare for a singla inserion. Qitarterly auid Monthly Advertise rnents will be clirged tie same as a single...

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. — 5 October 1853

Fromi th Cireston Mercury. Thlke Smnil rains .[Essas. EDIroRs: The cultivation of the diflereit, kinds of small grains his !iot received from u(rIII planters tha-it attention which they' so ftully ilerit and so amply repay. It is pretty gener ally proved that Wheat caint be produced on our Sea Islaird lands, but it is not necessary to go flr from salt water in order to be able to grow it with reasonable success. When it can be grown) So Cheaply, I caln see Ito ra Soi for devoting every etlbrt to the1 productioni ofa staple so inciertaii, anid at timrues, SO un1pllitable, as C(ottoni aid depeiding upon other to supply us with wheat flour, which can be inade quite as good and as cheaply at home. To raise Barley, it is absolutely le cessary that it should be sown in land rather sandy, ail either natural. ly rich or made so by liberal manuring. Barley is not used aimong us as food, but when cut green is the sweet est, and anong the earliest, of all the small grains, and when ripe, furni...

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. — 5 October 1853

In Equity---Sumter District, John RL. Ilrouglhton, ) LeI tai I]. Broughton, & By their next fr.ind a BI(i.: .hanes IR. Brock, VS. EplSey E. ogtn 1N pursnaince of an older in the above stated case, I will olt'r at public sale, 6n the first Menday in Nooinner next, at Hiomter Court louse, that Plantation or Tract of Land, estimated to contain about Six Thouisand acres, lyiig in Clarendon Couuty, Suiter District, at. or near Pulton Post Office, belonging to the lato Edward llrougliton, j inior, deceased, and upon whichi he resided at the time of his death. Not to te sold for less than seven thousand, seven hundred and tifty dollars. Upon tle preimises ia Grist Mill, in good condition, and a Siw Mill. The Stream upon which these Mills are located is an unfailing one tn( is very valuable. The lands lie upon the \Vateree Swamp, tontaining both low and high lands, and Atiording an unsurpassed ranze for sto k bf all kinds--the who!e constituting one of the in !st valuable Plaitations ev...

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. — 5 October 1853

AGRI CUL TURAL, Wo invite the attnt'on of our agricultural friends to th 'suhjoined Agr'iculurnal Oircular'. Washlington, Julk, 185:!. ( Sit-The 1 collectio Staticsties n Agriculture being one of tie dutiis of this office, your aid is respecttu lly so licited. F1or tile sake of coivenienc. qluestions itended foir vai-ious in-livid. Inils inl all pomtiol I it coun1itry :' i hereunto annexed, which are to 'sei ratler as inits or siggest-ions, t0h:m11 ti be literally IbIiionIel in the replies. As we seek no information that is 'not strictly reliable, it is Ii oped that your alsWers will be limiLed t hose matters with whicli you are eenvei sant, even altIiigli they may relate to otly a -Ingle subject.. I1, tiheretbre, youl Can1 comm1lunlicate explicit. and In doubted infirmation on) any f(I' the topics under investigation, you will confer a fhvor bv so doinr. i is not. cxpected that the reply oZaiy one in dividual will relate to all the S btil si., eibracd inl this Circilar. buat onily%...

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. — 19 October 1853

DEVOTED TO SOUTHERN RIGHTS, -DEMOCRACY, NEWS, LITERATURE, AGRICULTURE, SCIENCE ANI) THE ARTS W. J. FRt ANCIS, PROPRIETOR. rO-wt' O ltur ."TERMS--$2 iN ADVANCE. VOL. VII. SUMITERVILLE, S. C., OCTOBER 19, 183. NO. I5. THE SUMTER BANNER is rUltm.stsED EVERItY TUESDAY IOR NING BY W. .1. FRANCIS. T E RIS, TWO lLOLd.AitS in ativance, Two I)ollars andi Fifty Cents al tile expiration of i monthp, -or Three Dollars at tie end of the year. No paper discontinued until nil arrearg.es are rA ai, unless at tile option of the Proprietor. ERW Ativertiscnentx inserted at SEV ,N'Y FiVE;0 Cotsv per Pisuaro, (12 lines or less,) for the first, andIi haiftif at tint fur each subseqiumit nsertion. - ;7" The nunther of insertions to be markedi mn all Ad vertisements or they will be published until ordered to be diseontinumed, and charged :mceordi- ,iv. gl-v ONE DOT.I.AII per Pqare for a Pingle insertion. Quarterly annl Monthly Advertise nments will Ie charged tite sante its a single in Murtioni, and semti-...

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. — 19 October 1853

TlE WMTERt B.\NEII. J, RICHARDSON LOGAN, EDITOR. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 19.1853. COTTON IAItMIET. Charleston, Oct. 18, 18M-3 The tratisactions to-day were to some 625 1 ales, extremes ranging fi., n S to 16 8.4c. Tho market was d'epressed and prices were very irregular.. Frost. Drring the past week we have been visited by sevetal pretty sharp frosts. Theiflect la perceptible upon pota to vines. Re-ligions111 Ritvals211. Our exchanges have come to us fr some time passed, freighted with no ticeS f religious tevivals in difiereit parts of this State and Georgia. Sum terville i has had a share in the bles sing and the protractvd- meeting of the Methodist Episo-pal congregatiin, which we notced I hrce- weeks ago, on ly adj -irned on Thuirsday Iast, af ter .adding over fifty members to the church, and a larre umber to the list. of ;>rofesing Christians. Let the good work go on. Temperanice Lecture. We had the pleasure on Thursday evening last, of listening to an11 able. and eluinent addres...

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 October 1853

So. Carolina---Sumter Dist. y W. Lettris, Esiuirr. Ordinary for sUid Dis \Vherens4, W.C. (X . Gnrv hh alIp liell to te for Lettere Of Admini.s-trsiim 'IIn 111 4 | nindl. gntlar the a'in d ch: 1ttels, rights aw eroli tors of W. C. u'ry latw Of the District Mfore baid, d1 0eca1st.d. Theme are, heretfore, to cit atid nonilish ilt un4l Mil-miaur, the kindretd ittid creditors cof tht said deceasedi) to b t and appear lin-fore mo tt our next Ordinary' Conrt for iit s:id Distriel, to be holhlen ait. Sutiler Court 1losie onl Friday .the 28th1 day of October inst; to hliew cause, if any, why Lthe4 said athninistration should not be granted. G(ven under il hand and seail, this I7th lay of Octolir in ist year of our r l.. 5.1 Lord, one ilusl.tud eight htimdred a1 nd fifty-three ankd ill tihe 78th year of Atmerican indepentiiece. Wi. LE"WIS 0. 8. 1). Oct. 19th, 153. .51-2. So. Carolina----Sumter Dist. By W1. Letris, Esquire.Ordinary Jr said Di.. trict. Whereas, W. 11 MIcliveen. hati applied 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. — 19 October 1853

THE EVENING PRAYER6d. OUR FATHERI." "Our Father." The nother's tuoie was low, aid tendor, and solemn. -Our Fatheir." Oit two sweet voi eCS the words were borine uipward. It wats 1ie iinoeeue t f Itvei llt, ( ili Id. hood that gave themi ut t erancaee. IWlh art inl the heavens,' repeated the children, one1 witi her eyes bent. meekly down, an11d tie oither oiokin, upward( as if she would penietrate thi h e nt whicla Ier heart inispired. er I'II tho voices of the little ornestI in a gentle itirintir they sad 'Iallowed be iv name111." 'Thy% kingdom~in come.' And the boiden (if the' prayler was taken nyu by the childen-'Thy king ie done oil earth as it is done ini heniven.' Like tt low sweet ecli) from the hand of angels, 'Thy will be done (in earth as it is done inl heaven,' filled the cham ber. And the mother contitnud-"Give us this day one daily bread.' 'Our daily bread' lingered a momnt oin the air, as the mother's voice was hushed into silence. 'And forgive us our debts, as we also ...

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 October 1853

DEVOTED TO SOUTHERN RIGHTS, DEMOCRACY, NEWS; LITERATURE, AGRICULT W. J. FRANCIS, PROPRIETOR. Ou t A . NOW ittott' jltit Enit.TERMS-S21iN ADVANCE. VOL. V11. SUMTERVILLE, S. C., OCTOBER 26, 18 3 NO. 62. IS PUBLISHED EV ERY TUES DAY MtIORNING BY W. J. FRANCIS. T E IIIS, - TWO DOLL AR1S in advance, Two Dol1ars -ant Fifty Cents at the expiration of six rothlis, 'or Three Dollars at lite end of the year. No paper daiscontinueti until all arrearages are PAlD, unlesR at the option of the l'roprietor. g'Advertisements inserted atSEV ENTY. FIVE Cents per square, (12 lines or less,) for ,the first, and half that sum for each subsequent 11sertion. V 'V The number of insertions to be marked un all Al vertisentsm or they will be published until ordered to be discon tinued, and charged acCordinglV. g V ONE DOLLAR per square for a single insertion. Quarterly and Monthly Advertise ments will he charged the same as a ingle i sertiun, and semi-montitly the same a iew anse MISCELLANEOUS. THE SLIGHTED O...

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 October 1853

THE SUIBTER BINNE1. J. RICHARDSON LOGAN, EIrO, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1853. A Delay. We have to elam iithe inidu-IVeInc' of' -Qur subscribers this week, for a tdelny -of two days in the issne of this si-et, owing to th. detention of uir paper. which shonhl have beenl received Ilast week, and most of whiich is now lying at the jltition of the Smith Carolina 1 ailroatl and thle Catirne B3ranch. COTTION iMlA R it ET. The conse5quent depressioi inl the market, upon lihe receipt of the latest Europeain nlews has been felt here, and but few balos have been brought to imiterville. We have of sales of about :30 lales; at prices ranrin from 7 to 8 1-2 et-. Public Debal~te. The Suniterville Debating Soity givo notiec that. they will have anoith -r publie debate at the Court u m n'('Ii Mond ay the I1st at7 o'.lock 1'. M. The query made kn iwtoi the lliglit of debate. In tile afirillative are Mes-rs W.%T B. TheI1nnmoN, TI. AM. La o.N,,.l. S. lRICinAnsoN, \W". C. Urse.,. l?. LOGAN, and ThIo 1s. ...

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 October 1853

So. Carolina---Sumter Dist, -Aly IW. I iu i.c, ..'viuire. Ordinary fjr stil Dis. tric. Whe-rn., WV. C. (ttery hath applied to mne for I.citers q*' Adiniti;stral imi o n all nud tsii -gillnir ti' -ood.i .331 n e hatteIs, rights na3il credits of W. '. Guery late of the District ufore Tim e are. thIerefore, to cit(- rln1 ait nonishis aII 11111 Fiigul r, tihe- kintired :tril ereliti or thit "'ai der en3siil, to bie :uril ajpe:ar lefore m3a lt oir next Ordl iiary's Cotsr for tlt- kid Diitri et, t, le holen at Suniter Court lionse onl -riaey Ilte _8th tiv of Octoelr inst; ti sheow caulse, if an, Wh' theaitI 1ia3ini-istralini shold not be granted. Given under my Imnd and FlnI, this 17th1 day of Ocitutoer in the year of our I I.. s.) Lord1, one iliciiisthous l vight bumiiredl :tril fifty-thoree nr13l inl the 78th year of Aiericat ldependence. WV. LEAWIS 0. 4. 1). 'Oct. 19th, 185:1. So, Carolina----Sumter Dist, Al W. Lecis, -aeuire, Ordinariy 'or said )i. trict. Wheren~s. W. 11 MvEllveen. ha...

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 October 1853

so. Carolina---Bumter Dist, -By W. Iu o.1, Jqauire. Ordinary for said Dis. trict. Wlierea., W. C. itery hath npilied to me for Letter.: ol' Administration onl a I atl viln gitlitr th trooti til chattels. rights tmill crealits -of W. i'. Giery late of the )istrict afore Theise ire. there lre, to cite mold atimonish all 'nd Siigulur. the kintdrel anid ereiltors of the teaitl de, esnedl, o Itemil n npliar iefire e at our next Ordiiarv's Coiirt for the stidI District, to bie htohlenl Itt Sumnter Coirt Iliuse ot i-rithiv the-281th l - of October iist; to ilew caullse, i'f any, why [le said admihriistr:tion Shonhl not be grtinted. Given inder ity iand anil se ni. this 17th day of Octloier itt the year of our i i.. s.J L.orl, ote thousatil eight titidreil al fifty-three antd it the 781.t year of American ltdeipentdence. W. LlAWIS o. s. t>. 'Oct. 19th, 1853. 51--t. 'So, Carolina--SumterDit Ait i. Letris, 'stuireOrdinarit for said )is Irict. Wherens, W. 11 ciEivcen. hatmih applied to te 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. — 26 October 1853

THE SELF-DECEIVED, OR, PORTRAITS FROM THE CROWD. 'Q, 4tvould some power the gilie gie up, To see ourselves as others see us. There are fvw meinbers IrI t.- iII, mian family who ar-e .t m o Ia self deceived. In man1Y cases i is vil that it'is so. It is well to ianwgint III, experience of a condit ion ofy i c et ment, comfort; and happinves- ev vi I it should not exist. Dmw nuri . I: dced, do Individuals who, a t n- f.L fully plain: or hoiel *. r i * N. the fict., Oi tle c t .I n . o -. -are so irti meed. hel re qiemohdel-s or* ph sicail hea y'-md contemplate themselvs witl a d-r. of vunity atId seIf tmp.aency tha: makes Ihem ii perfectly happy. "W I. re ignorance is bliss, 'tis tilly t, be wise. lihis, although not true ini the greneral *0 sense, is assuredly so in Ctazint cases. Fortunately, pI ha ps, fir m11an1y (& its, Cannot see ourselves as, others cc us".. The spots on the sun of tbaracter are not visible to out eyes. OIr very de fects of person becoC so fhini iiar tihat. -...

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 November 1853

VO ,~ - DEVOTED TO SOUTHERN RIGHTS, DEMOCRACY, NEWS, LITERATURE, AGRICULTURE, SCIENCE AND THE ART~~ W. J. FRANCIS, PRoPRITroRt.- 01W' .t r IEit( . fiTERMS-S2 IN ADVANCE. VOL. Vi. SUMITERVILLE, S. Co., NOVEMBER 2, 1S53. EVER Ut TU 'rs)MY M V 1 ItLN G BY V. J. FRANCIS. T VW() UJOLLARS1 in adaivance. Two lltters anal Fifty Cents at the expiroti of six inciths, or ''hre )ollars at the eoti of the year. No paper dliscontinued until all arrearaaes are IAan, tatntess at tile optioi .-f the Proprietir. UjP' Advertisernents insertel at SlCV -NTY FIVE Ceit. per sitare, (12 lines or less,) for 'tie first, and half that stin for each suabseqtent nsertitn. r)y rite nahuber of insertimns to hbe marked on all Aelverti--eneitt or they will I publisiteI until orered to be liscoinitiuei, atil charged accordlliv. C!7* 0NI 1)OOL.Alt per square fArla single Insertion. Quarterly anal Monthly Alvertilse metas will he chargedi ti'iSe ankte as a. sitngle inl aurtion, aai suanli-c i itatilly tile baille t.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. — 2 November 1853

COOL ES IN CUBA# Philauthropy is a cardinal and ( hris tian Virtue ian(d philanthropists are a most amiable and excellent varietv of' the human race. But their view of ttincg. Is. at, times, so on.ided, and their conduct -o iilt ilnsistent, that file uncharitnble al oml 4 )iio are frv quently heard, denying them le pos. SOessiIn Of those good Ipital ities oIn 'hich they most pride theilselves.. They are. in fact. so takten ilp with their neighbor's aflai rs that. they have no time to ittentd to tiir ovi. The re so an xiouts )to IilI the 1)oIte oit of their brother's eye, that. hey have no leisure to consider abuitIit the vain tit is in their own eve. And tlihey so de. light in doing god. th it they some. times do nlot. hesilale to toi'lerate or perpetrate evil. f'or lie sake (it the grain of good which they hope to ex tract from it. There, For instance, is .,ihn ill the Coryphcens of these people, a- d the worthy representative of all their vir ties, and vices. and thibles, :ind ece...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
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