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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 2 November 1853

. A ANDERSON, A %miuaterille(, S. C. iIeispect fully informs the people of S ccn ter listrict ihntl he htas jut receive.1 and now ofilers flir sail the c.sic eleced and; ijst cloice .tock of Fall and Winter Goods, That canitnot ho surpassed ,by anythingr iii this t.-arket. lie hso received miany ie.- styls which purchaers would ido well to' xamine i fore bvying ecewhere. BRJ OADCIDTlS, C:ASSi MERES AND V E, STI N G S. A t.s - A full and large supply of Ilosierv, Shirts, Drawers, Gloves, Suspenders, Cravais, Iaid kerchiifs, &c. &c., -ALSO A lar e nssortmen of It.:A lY MA DIE CLO T b GM, which will lie 'ol(I low. f " Grttnets miacfnnetired by then-tcbscri ber, and warranted to give matisiletion. Or ders from a distant ce promptly ueniiilchl to. A. ANDIE-SON. Oct. 25th. 1953 if VA 51 9 A at ga,.1 PLANTATION AND 1ILL The sit ueriber oilers for tale his 'latiation tiuid Mills in Slnimer tlistric siinated on llig Ilaflin Creek, himrieeir miles b-low Cmiitelv, tu six, froma Ilncyki...

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 November 1853

New York Advertisements, faOi TE - NZwOPAPER AbVXERTISING AGENCY OF $. M. PEITIN ILL. & C0. 122 Nassan St., Now York, and 10 State St.. Boston, who are the Agentoa of tle! heat and most nidIly circulated. newspap-or in the United States mnwI (auasnc and are attittorized to take a~tvertimeaent- iad sub-criptins at the publish. erm lon est rute--. Oct. 12, 14i3. 50 if UP-R TANTI .D 0VERY ! IREIJEF IN TEN 311NUTES Brrnns Puuniaonic Wnfers -Aie uanfalling in the cUre -Of CoUons. CoLDs. AsT11a:A, BRionC1tTI1, ..:oa TuRDAoT. IleAnS. WES8. DIFFICU.T Bl3I.A-rtIo. INcptrNT Conse~aPToN AN) I)ISPASES oF TIE L.UN i. They hae no t:int:e ni in in-anv.,nv chit I will takei them,. l'hne.i a1mi hau ve hIet res tored to lit l thai Iid hi-lotre eLspaire.l. Te,. itinony given inl Iiidre-Is olf case. A single dote relieven in TEN M INI :''ES. . Ask for Bryan's I'ulnitmic Wai-rs-the oria in al and only genuine is itamp-iul "1Brvan.' Spurious kinds ire nTrel For salde. 'i'wenty i ve cents a box. Sol b...

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 November 1853

DEVOTED TO SOUTHERN RIGHTS, DEMOCRACY, NEWS, LITERATURE, AGRICULTURE SCIENCE AND THE ARTS W. J. FRANCIS, PnornwrR 6Oro- our . t ti. TERMS$2 1N ADVANCE voL. WHm-. SUMTERVILLE, S. C., NOVEMBER 9, 1S53. NO E Y TUMTE.R)A 4)IAINb BY V. .1. FRANCIS. TWO IOLI.LA HtS in ailvance. Twit DlI:tr anit Fifty Cents at tie expiratimn tfiix nitnths, -or Three Doll rs at til eni of' the year. No paper moi ti ln till it nrren:irazes are rA I n, ttiless at the optioin of tihe 'ropri.-icir. 35: Aieriseentstt intsertedl at S i.t-;N l'Y FIVE CentA p'r siamire, (1'2 lines or Iess.) for the first, nittd half that sumnt for eC suh.tinmt tiserini. Z -;' LThe nuniber oif isertiions to) be markeld onl nil At vevriti'e tit or they will het ptitl ii.eil until ordered to be iiisconutinned, and charyd accorlittsIv. Z-; ON I', )OL,AR per seitare for asint insertion. tr y u 31inthly i veri:e nient: will hie chiar..ett- -aim, :I singlv inl sertion, andsemi-mt o li i ly lt e sun as nw ot:se . t .( 1. ! From the Smouthe...

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 November 1853

ALTB10 MUDRINCINNATUS* In P+long and pleasant conversation ' econtly with a 'distinguished friend .,Whose inind is rich with the rocollee 'tions of the past, we gathered many tiients, not the least interesting of Vhich was the following : At the session of the South Catrolina Legislature in 1814, the inembci-svere perplexed forla suitable mat; to elect Governor. The d fiiculty-didriot arise from an'y scarcity of eandidates, 'for then, a's now, nien were 'ambitiotis, but frorn a ivant of -t'he 'eight sort ofa: ran. The matter became 'worse as the time wbre'6ii, tia the election 'df some ob. jectionable candidate seemed inevitn ble. .One day, however, as several of them were couversing upon the niatter J'udge O'Neitl, then a young man and ,present by invitation said. "ontlemen, why not elect General Daivid Rt. Williams ?"' 'David R. Williams lie's our man he's the man,' they all exclaimed as they began to scatter to tell the news. The day of election came. on, and Gen. Williams was el...

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 November 1853

PUBLIC DEBATE, The Public Deate, of which notice was tgiven for last Monday, has beon postponed 4to Monday the 2:2d int. The Query cho sen, is, IShould the Election of doverior be given to the Peiple,' and i'he following gentlemen have been appniitdil to debate: AFFintArtv.-W. 1$. Richardsih, A. A. Gilbert, hlaj. NI. B. Mosos, 0. 1. Ni Roy, W. Jam. Dargan, J. B. N. llammet. NEGATIVE.-Thos. MQteen. Jis. i. Clarl,, ios. M. Logan, Jr., J. IR. Logan, W. C. Duncan, J. S. Ricliareon. J. C. R A ME, Presi't. T. M. LOGAN, See'y., Nov. 9 6 - NEW STORE. Third Door South of the Town Hall, and nearly opposite Tin dal & II'utson. IE subscriber would respcifully in. "fiorm the citizens of Suntervillo aied the public generally, that he 'hdi opeitned it the above place a general assortmr-lt (f Dry dmoilos fit and Shoes. Ms an id Caps. JIn rdware, Crockervware, &c. &c. A-so, A Choice lot of Fanily Groceri, s of every deseriptiont, with Pruit of virlhim kinds, such nat Oratges, Apples, Lem...

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 November 1853

WORK."-We clip 11ro1 an artiele U11on1 emale enploymenit in a Worcester paper, the 101lowing remarks, which are well worthy every young laboirinig Amneriean weatall's at teiti i . It is a description i-f te t0i ofo n h wa habove houst-work." "Seated in a close rmii, amb a bevy of a dozen, t wenlty or 6oty Io'llr white slaves just. like her: she stitch stitch-sticlies away at tle saeo ev. erlhist.ing task. il tihe saie unn hole. S01r1e rooml the salme 111t111.psi tion,11and in the sune tralvoo tOnOluls rOI1d-wCk aller wee. in h iifier ronth. aiol yvaralt ci yea 11111 i wlen health is goine, ma.1 ldebrmiti con; eyesioit iile. aid spiis hr, ken;she at length finis hierstil a pool, withered, hrokeii dOiwn creature. r - turning to speid ang the r iiel o her youtlh the iiserable rIenmaniliiit 'of her Iisalh itd strength. Let u, c"Ilm. parc the rate of reIuiienitli. T c sevunt. has earnied, beside her cum fort oble living, at least a hm-di'(red del. Jars the year, besidcIs present-: wicb g...

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 November 1853

W. J. FRANCIS, PROPiETOR O ari **Ii4 r, iirP 11' A& I I XV . RNCS POR-TR 0O0--#t% Otit 9.(tfbr 7n. ~TERMS-$21iN ADVANCE:S VOL. VTIII*- SlIJTCERVILLE, S. O., NOVEMBER 2:1, 1853- .NO. 4 iHBJ. GUi1I thlt U5AININJt -Is P'iLListlED -Every Vednuesdtay IMforning BY V. .. FRANCIS. TWO DOLLARS in advance, Two Dollars andt Fifty Cents at the expiration of six months, 'or Three Dollars at ihe enl of the year. No paper diso.niiioled until all arrearages are PAID, unless at the option of tire Proprietor. Z"P Advertisemenits inserted at SEVEN l'T FIVt Cents per siloare, (12 lines or less,) for tlhe firat, and half that sum for each subseqrunt -nsertion. g5 The number of insertions to be marked on all Ail vertiseoments or t hey will be publishedl until ordered to be discontiuated, and charged 'ccordiniv. $ O2, IDO LLAR per square fora singlo -insertion. Quarterly and Monthly Advertise ments will be chargel the same as a single in sertion, and serni-montily the same as new olse A MIIHMIGIIT SCE...

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 November 1853

ADDESSOF 7 EN. g , HAiDLER. MUfIIIsHEb nV REQUEtT OF THE SUBMTER AORIC0LTURAL A5$YCIATION-. It is well known, that I appear be fore you to-day, nore front con straint, than fromn choice. -But for the fact that this is our Ejrst Anniversary, and believing that lal entire failure in the matter- of a pnblic Address would throw a damper upon our noble enterprise, I should remain silent on this occasion. As it is, I must plead tho indulgence of my auditory for the hasty and undigested manner, in which I have thrown my ,Jdsas together, from pressure of bu yiv' ness, and from circumstances beyond my control. Having, in justice to inyself, said thus much, I proceed briefly to place before.yqi some considerattidns connected with the great object we have in view. Agriculture ha; been defined to he the "art of disposing the soil in such a manner as to make it produce in the greatest abundance and perfection those vegetables which are useful to man and the animals dependent on him for subsisten...

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 November 1853

REPORT Of the Western Board of Commission era of Roads for Clarendon County. Western Boafd bf Commissioners of Roads for Clarendon County, inet this day at Brad In, vi. : W. R. U. Richardson, Chairman, . C. Richardson. R. J. Manning.J. S. Tindal P. b. Butler, M1. II. Connors, John 0. llrock' W. W. Owens and J. Harvey Diiglc, Jr., (J. Henry Colclog wh and It. IlHarvib, absent), when the Clerk and 'reasurer submitted the follow. %stern Board of Commissioners of Roads for Clarendon County in account current with -I. B. Brogdon. Clerk and Treasurer, for the yearkommencing 12th Aughst, 1852, and up to 8th August 1853. August 3, Tosam't rec'd of W. F. Butler T. C. for assess. ment Aug. 1852. 10 pr ct including Sh'ff's receipt for 4 09 this tay, - $195 23 " 'To aM't rec'd of W. F. Butler on last year, 1 3. $19757 1853. Aug. 8, By balance due by the Board August 12, 1852. $48 35 Interest .on $31 05 one year of the above. - 2 25 By amt paid Adver tising report 1852. 2 00 By ait paid J. H1. D...

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 November 1853

$J0 Rewartp R AY,oan liqqtioesday the 17th instant, may Boy RIdHlARlt), a white mulatto, about five feet three or four inches high, toler.ibly stout built, -about tweni two years old with sIraightI lihght colojed hair. is .I vely sulky ai. penrance, and inswers luick nid slirt when spoken to said boy has a short ihick frot, his haids short and thick, chubl1tby fingers. lie bud the scar o a Iblister on 'his forehead just above Ihe eye.rows, he may try ti hide it by weariag his cnp or iat down over his forehead. lie will ho sure to pass himself for it while mai for lie is very white and has beetkin iig ireat ,care of hiss.kin for soino tiie. When lie -left he had a clothi cap, black coat and a dark colorcd pair of' pahtits. lie will be sure to change his cnp and clot lies Its soll as- he can; lie also w-ears his hair in front straight down to hide the scar o t he blis er. lie is a shoeinaker by trade, though lie may not go at. the hsiiess, expecting that lie will he so advertised. The...

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. — 27 December 1853

Debate on Electi~ral quielion. -. HouSEog REPaESENTArivus DiCEM a n ~'iai, 212, -183. -Stindry bills, prescribing the man 'ner in which Electors of President and Vice lresident -of the United States 'hall heredfter be choson' as int-rodueed by Messrs. Tillinghast Poppenhein, Kershaw Mcrady and Leitt, (in Coin. *intutee of the whole House, Ir. 1). J. .dhnson in the chair,) were under con sideration. AMr Ilutson said there were embar rassing circumstance n'tending a dis cussion of this subject.. He had no doubt members I a-] come here wit h fix bd opinions, and had formed determin ations as to their vote. The action 'of Congress in the matter .he fi ared was influenced by the obnoxiotus princi pl 'of centralizing power in the fIederal government. To such a fe'ature of gov ernminen-t be coukinever give his a: sent.'Achnre in'the organie law is an evil, though he did not wish to he un <lersto6d as opposed to all changes; but it was due to State rights and all the other great interest...

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. — 27 December 1853

St. John's School. Rt. Rev. T. F. DAVIS, D. D., Ex-Officio Vi:itor. Ilv. J. ). McCOLLOUG1, A. IM., iector, and Instructor in Christain Science and Hlelles Lettresl WM. It. LEARY, A. M?, Vice Rector, and Instritctor in Ancient Languinges and I History. D. D. ROSA, Instructor in Mathmilltatics and Natural Science. . Rev. E. A. VAGNER, Instructor in English -Dephrirmen. M'fll Exerciss ofthis Institution will he resitno.] on the 2d day in FEBRUA .Y ext. Boys are admitted over the nge of seven years and prepared for the Junior class in Colleg4e; or they 't.ay reveive a thorough auademicalvourse, either cianssical or English. There is but one session, (divided into two terms -f five months eacl.) beginningoit the 2d -of February and ending Noveibr 3. 'I'nMS 'a PE R sitN.-For Tition ani Board, including wnshing, fuel. lights, &c., 'SM2J payable semitinnui ign iadreance. Entrance fea $25, for whiUlh booksi and sta tionery are furnished the snt.lent so long as lie may continus in the ins...

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. — 4 January 1854

t in 4 - - ;V; . way 47 a . : r - -I- -d j~lf~ T _ __ i -. v_ _ _i';-. 2 2c i T- 0 4i 4~r re s ' bpp tt 9 *Th~~z~ik ~hot he he'3~I1 w, 1 frth 6 rt lh r - ti o , I k , .itl thei 1 s thbir shtuuder% na n c sonsin aiy. u 4 4 oe th 1' -d"Ng t :ilb htii Micu Own nid'I ~ nin- r dli nl i w Y d .CI1Ij~~W Wcpnrv.t h deOO liip yi ~t bedrawn ou Ii P ta 'Iy16,; cn tt o, V iAhc, oi ' r oujk Ta n h o rn fnar t 3 1i~8Qbr cdra e heyrti. fati S *~i ~n'~or~rjc-tty .p pwe t t~PI uret .ei 4 an drew S- hr Iilld: np. ier. %.d hida sui. i ao hr to alrhady h deheoks 4h - ~kw~cv~1~ T ~'.'iid ~.Igtt o Ol aillh~ i0dhs i110 J1W,'~ ~ had~ onWyye oo thj iin &' " pihkilp a h ~o~Ii i o ~*I Orwofe andibqur.o~ i udQl' tln ioii -al hi, ?oaciLe eon madOR- %fancithat, r4~4.i I' Well)?P fim 16-,1 aid ie." yotil " Capi Bn'rl~il ead o H 3J' ik -ilc~%t iil t'iiiseru a op hitpiyawi L01 * *r~k el~lmor'I.Nh~qib~i(~i ~~1*0 wesst'dbi Wfhc he,,ae r-o 11 ppon Oh 61e aiifi.~rt nd tilL All~OY ~iJ~~4~iiii, wth roserii an All rur...

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. — 4 January 1854

11, 1 t r' DEVOTED T 0SOUTHERN RIGHTS, DEMOCRACL NEWS, LITERATURE AGRICULN E ARTS -4,W. J. FRANCIS, Prornu m.ton - -___-___TERMS-2 iN ADVANCE. VOL'S V1116MEIIIL,~ ~ ~ 4 ~. O 0 fIE SUAITEiR BANNERI 1; 9~'~' 11. ti . I xxliiiii T :fti,~~'1---____ IS JtlULiSEiD , Every Wedavsday Ioraing BY W. J. FRAN('IS. * TE R MS, TW114o POLI.A IS in udvance, ''wo Dollars tuid Fifty Crints at the expirdtiot ol ix ionths or r.ee Dollars at ithe endi of the year. No paper tiscontitie i ll ail :1l-rearages are rs in, nlesU at thin option of th41 'ropriotor. :5"' A tivertientettinse'rted at S E. IN'Y FIVE Cents per s~qinro, (12 lineH tr less,) for the first, an i ti thit sun: fur each nitieqtiuent nsertion. ;V" The number of insertionxsi to be market onl all Ai verti.%euienta or they vill he ptublishiu utstil orderei to be disconiiitined, atil charged accordingly. t:?"- ONlE DOL.LA R per sqiuare forn a ingle insertion. Quariterly andii Monthly Atdverti ste mnto tm will he cluttrg<:td the Pailne iam it...

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. — 4 January 1854

( -- - TYOT"D O SOUI ERN RIGiTS, DEMOCRACY, WNEWS, LITIAT AERICULTUR Sl E AND TIE RTS. V. J. Fi I A N~-NE IS ~ha -t -:i ------tt ---h----- -_ - is Pt1!;LisiiE ,~r Every, Wdsesday -tum-tilI By W. J. FRANC'US. '., at .Y S, 't'W L Ami.!.A in :atIvance, Two itDo'IIinr. lit) d ''ifev ('ents at the e' pirrIit)I1 4.1 ;ix ti oIths or 'Ij r.-. 1 ltillar. it theilte ! l' h vlis ear. No ;p.tper otisc itin el utintil aill :ir ar:tgs are v.ti. iiles at ti l opion of th- l'ropriottr. E '- A lvcirt i,-ts jttintlserilat S '.V I-:NTV F V F. ( 'tnis pr squ:rti . 2 iN s or besp.) for th- first, anti half Oiti .suit folEeach sub.winnit nstertiolit. ; ' TIhe nunber of insertiois to be int:rl;od tilt till Adlver:i ern nt (or IIhey% will bet pubilisieii tnoil orolerred to bie discontinn'ed, :ut char, kti netcotrtlintlyI. I. N EN , DOr...\R Ier so Itnari fr - ij-Ie inItertIion. Quarn rly, anu .1 3|mnhiv .\dhertn w 11 nts w ill b b r the t-sun. Itsn t Sin It'l in 'ajl'r ~ ~ it !,!, I~g/- 0f~ - a -11 oill e ...

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. — 4 January 1854

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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. — 4 January 1854

TIhtoi art 1 Fotrgo te . There's net a Ihlwer to inirk t il- lace Wliere yon ilt] I once. rove4l ; T Ii-re's III i-t 1 ic to It ll the :le, 'Thast yim n%#-rw onec.- heClo% 'd. Yol :are If irc tte ; yi n n%3 o1e, v l''ell sie-tly (II ino n- a~r ; WhoIII u44eel t i(t a utl o t te 4song 1 so mneh li)oi i:t) lie:ar. 'I'lire'.- not I a ta si on iy brow, Or pictire it Itl.- nall, Tii n tau 41. horie lt ofh'i n we !,ote-], From li ilt-. ti t ja t rec.all. The-re's not a path witlin tiw wood, Thant once wec us--l to tri-arl : T 'hat u' r rcs'all hine im: nt ,-, For itnory k ti eal. I'i e'en forgt how mnlty showers Ilath 11-11 otoi n111 an ; Anid how leftiv we'e 1:alwni ,hwlior t le-i alh that -ob Jt-liiiak tre'.. No' eni thil fri--is nl h 4 ii i 4 I o flesidet.- , ;w-rll bNazi-, C bil tIl 11th v that onl ce I I. ..- - For alw i n tlhr l .iot In latter yiar, I've ii' 4h l wiih Theie i l he i :! tt Iw From iec fond m..liA r I cobdly turn away. Couimldia, D)c'-. 2], 1353. I c ,: s i. .mtsg Ie ...

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. — 4 January 1854

For the Sumter Ianner. Tholi smrt Forgottelao There's nota lower to aurktlie placd - - Where you anti I oncd roved ; There's ot a voice to tell the tald; That you were once belovd. You are forgotten ; you whose voi'e; Fell steetly on mine ear; Who used to Fit and chant the songs I so rnuch loved to hear. Tlere's not a trace upon thy brow, Or picture on the wall, That canl one thought of how we loved, From the dimn past recall.' There's not a path within the wood, That once we used to tread: ''hat o'eritectills tidne image ndwt For inein*ry is dead. 'TiR e'os forgot low many sldowers - lath full on tou and ne ; And how oft We'vd taken sholter Beneath that old oak trea. . Net o'e iho friends who used to sit Beslide the cheerful blaze, Could tell the love, that once I held For thee in other days. In latter years I've mdingled with Thd fickle and the gay, Front each fond inemory of thee; Icoldly turn away. . W. A. M. Columbia, Dec. 21, 1853. TIlE BURNING COIN. A Skeeh of Desperate .Y wM...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 4 January 1854

ve. ostid --iL" 1.shiuud have snicf , hd ile thersiwesoon to learn it. , ptele iatughtort th e1 o.lbstiniate persistainc ot' the liorforiiers called rti. At Ienrth" the perr a awed, rose; it t beti'e lie .lifted his 4Inds, one of them said in a lud Gort, v~vgi "Arthbon ane.vi. spirit!" At ne tie tptWejrose beneath tie imiids .4 0e. 'leprsoft t6 the height of five or Sig inc'he", and struck 0oe strobtr blow upnn th floor. It was'. Iatuirll to- follow thli. Ev. ery ole resied hits. place. "Tell us,' said the orson l ast mentioned, "telI u1 the Christian nalie of the Abbe Gay." At once the table struck three blows for C; again eight for If. My name is Charles. d. I begged them to stop there, requesting MA.e Cure to interrogate the Spirit in Latin. ."Lo. Y1pte>:111e .atine?" askied Ml. Dertamlld. N answer. ")o 3ou speak Latii'?" h'e'llo table struck oice. Then again, Quis es tu? Dic nobis niomen ftuun. Nd nswer. Then in French, "Who art thou? Tell us Ihy iime." The table struck four ...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 4 January 1854

tlev sahd -it." I shtilI have said ie." I alrveay knew Lhe In(vi pow. 4.er, 2i1 lt oillers wirie soon to le:n it. Ti I-.r1ibi ers wele v aignt evl, tIev . silt. tle hingIi t*r tl I the intt! In-rs;i st - t the jf I I evl.l' eto's eaIllitI forth. At. L1ln.lth the p erf0orl'h rs, 1 we4irieil, r e : ibu .t h lie Ie liltei his 1n1141s. oe. of' thei s:aid il i 1111d sto t - \l vi'ie, "2\rt tItn am vil s .irit!' .\ t Iole the 2 ahe1 Inietil lit 11:111N hi : un21 I -r.n t th height (f ( v.'' At 4ll2, hlitd -i ll e tie thrller lo4w1 flpr ( h flo..~I ih.hrI. I t wI i s (IittiIrll - 1111 I llis4 uI1. Ev. ery Vone 1res1inei",l ht--, plar'e. \ Til Is, Said the il 'ers ll 1.14 ' t iue tilnet, "it-]I u*s tile L'lrSti iw l 11,1111.. (If' tilt - .\ l 2. Ly. At once llt! the table c t rlk ivtr blo ws for C; aptiei gh2 t ire 11. NIV 1in1 is Charles. 12 I Ihe e thei to stopl there, re Msig.\l.le Car e t Iis ( wlI4I1 .'r4l 124 f li w12:a! 1121 2 Nul elrmiste i c .it i ill Fri; h W i Lo'f a te 11ills er...

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