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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 4 January 1854

- ve said -it." I should have said 1."' I alradly khow the rauoving pow. er', and the ot hers wer'e Soon to le.arn it. The plrimers were fatignaed, dee. upite tie laughter that tle 0obstinlate p'Sistanceu ot' ithe performers called 'orth. At length tihe perlriiers, a wearied, rose; bit befOre he lifted his hands. wne of then said in ,% Ioai sort fvyie, "Art th' oul tat evil spiria!" At nl the table. rose benieati 11te imids .is one ierson to the height of ve or six inhes, anid struck otie stroier Iiw upon the floor. i It was Inatural L folloiw this III). Ev. Cry olle restieiel lb's place. "Tell us," said the person lst mentioaed, "It-ll its the Christian minne of the Aile Uay." At once the table struick three blows lor C; agaiin eight for If. My iamie is Charles. and I begged the a to stop there, reqjuestling M. le Cine to muiterrogiate the spirit in Latin. "L'o. 11eine atinei" a sked I. Ilertrnal. No anaswer. "Do y-m speak Litii?'' 'lo table struck f(ce. ThCnI aIrain, -.Quis es tat...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 4 January 1854

how to Mhilake one 1.1Farl Equfial to TirCe. "One lario egn1al to tihreu?' Said ir. Shallow fliuld; "niever heard ofrsteh it lihing; besides, I don't believte it." Or courtse, M r. Shallowlield, we dIon't at all wvonder. nt yur Skeplt icism i; there are too mainy ag'rictilturists of the same staiip. But did yon ntev. Vtr hear of. a unilding-of (fne "tory be. ig converted. into thre, imu ,ix? Mr. S. says that is a totally dif!'erect 4f fair. No, it ain't eillter, Mr. .; the case.A are exactly parallel. It ltere is any dilei-nee ait all, if'ik oit le side of the lagriculturist. Beside', it is 1 se(cret woitir knowing. Lisiute, and We wilil tell you. (Here Mr. Shallow field waved his hand <iite skeptically.) 6'. T. Stewart., EN~.. says I he ()hio + armer, m a relct adiress lieftore the i thio A gricultunda )oiey thuis speaks ott this im portant .sibtieet: "Many ftrimers who are- destroyig the productiveness of thir larm'--: by shullow work, t; tihey find 1iui thei'r are diiishing, t...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 11 [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 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 4 January 1854

94) Mo3ake one -n c ual to Three. "One bai l toIII (1:1 1 thre-e!'' --ai ! .Alr. llfl t ullef I; allevf'r lituril ofI tillI af tiiin.;; i def, I don't i eVe it. c(our Ise, ir. halui d.We don'ft fit alt wonder:0f f.t fIt. k su-t i-isi Iliiit 1f '111; th I :Ir t o In m I a' ra-In1itur ist s IP Iho stitleo S1:11111'. 'NII, di i I 01 V II pqv . er h'ar of a buhing tf (ne w t(ry be. [I, colnIvi-Ited inito thn1-vo,6 fiil I.:ia~ M r. says that is a tfnfiv differ-ft fr .tir. No, it ain't. eithfr, M r '.; t case:t:-. ar :i I pai: allei. Iig ai lliriffe a t all,, it i i lo t he si of the' ag Iin u Wi-t. Ih-isidei, it is a seen-i ~ ~ t 11hknwng..ie an.! We Will ttell yui. (llee Mr Shab~ufchiwavedl his "M ally'i ii 1I at.ff ofi f t5 iI I' Iie I t~a \ 1 i Ii f i .'' lil . ii. ( . T .1 1 if w n ni I- .. --- t Ih i rtI ! r I i, l it l nf ; I add r '.tz Iltii :\ift.. fund fftfifi t't hu .ff tpak o h im 'ff S t ( 11. ' u t i ' 0t . I -II( i x ilfin rs he arf. b (d:-ti YlI t Ie I r f l. tlless Vf tiV...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 13 [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 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 19 January 1854

DEVOTED TO SOUTHERN RIGHTS, DEMOCRACY, NEWS, IlTERATURE, AGRICULTURE, SCIENCE AND THE ARTS. W. J. FRANCIS, PROPRIETOR. Ou TERMS-42 IN ADVANC VOL. VIII. SUMTERVILLE, S. o., J~ NUAIRY 19 1S54.. tIFIP QiTTIrlUMf D) A 1UTP, n I..... ITbe~ voc 4.-*tnl el r fss IS 1'UBLI5IKEt Every Wediesday 'YMoriiiiag BY W. J. FRANCIS. TE RMS, TWO DOLLARS in advance, Two Dollars and' Fifty Cents at the expiration of six months or Tiree Dollars at the end of the year. No paper discontinued until all arrearages are rAI D, unless at the option of the Proprietor. - Advertisements inserted at SEVENTY FIV' Cents per square, (32 lines or less,) for tla first, and half that sum for each wtuhsequent insertion, (Official' advertisements the satue each time). WV' The number of insertions to be market on all Advertisements or they will be published until ordered to be discontinued, and charged accordin gly. 2ON E DQLLAR per square for a single insertion. Qatarterly and Monthly Atlvcrti se inents will be charged the...

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 January 1854

DEVOTED TO SOUTHERN RIGHTS, DEMOCRACY, NEWS, LITERATURE, AGRICULTURE SCIENCE AND TE ARTS. W. J. FRANCIS, PRoPRIETOR. o TERMS-2 1N ADVANCE VOL. VIIm. SUMTERVILLE, S. ., YN 19, 8S4. IrID n1T lir tr- 1 A ATTT91I- I .i 'e..n -a IS PUDLISHEU Every Wedeicsday Mlorsaiiag BY W. J. FRANCIS. TERMS, TWO DOLLARS in advance, Two Dollars an(r Fifty Cents at the expiration of six months or Three Dollars at the end of the year. No paper discontinued until all arrearages are PA i, unless at the option of the Proprietor. .. Advertisements inserted at SEVENTY FV Cents per square, (12 lines or less,) for tls first, and half t nat sum for eacti subsequent insertion, (Ofilcia' advertisements the same each time). ; The number of insertions to be marked on all Advertisements or they vill be published until ordered to be discontinued, and charged accordingly. grOtN E DQLLAR per square for a single insertion. Quartbrly and Monthly Advertise ments will be charged the same as a single in surtion, and semi-mont...

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 January 1854

J. RICHARDSON LOGAN, EDITOR. WEDNESDAZ, JAN'Y, 18,.1854. The Delay In our paper has been occasioned by the non arrivd of paper from Charles tonl. Clarendon lection, llAnVt ha10s been elected Tax Collector of Clarendon County. Anl Adien. Thirteen months since 1 assumed by in. vitation the editorial charge of tihe "Jan nrr" during that time my reiations with the 13rdss of the State has been of the moost aigreablo and harmonious character, and now in yielding up the trust onlided me, I iaya notlihig to regret, save the sever ance from a fraternity, which I have -nt to regard and respect, and whic:h m the high toned ionor nad courtesy which. hiost universally anid mark their contreversies justly entitled them to lie respect of tIhIe world. To the patrons of the un/er Winner," I have only to say that I have used all the exertions that circunistances would allow, to render tle paper, what it should h and i retiring and conveying to others, the duties and re zlponusibililities which 1 have...

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 January 1854

TH WiFUiTEIIB! i R. Tili- 11 J, RICHARDSON LOGAN, EDITOR. WEDNESDAY, JAN'Y, 10. 1854. Time McIny In out- paper has been occasioned by the non arrival of japer From Charles toil. ClareAdon EI ction, 1llanm has been elected Tax Collector of Clarendon County. Anm Adicat. Thirteen months since 1 asstied by in vitation the editorial charge of the "Han ner" diring that timaC my relations with the L3rd's of the State has been of tiw eost agreablc and harmonious character, and now i*n,yielding up the trust conidtd me, I hafo nothiig to regret, save the sever ance from a fraternity, which I have 4Iw nt to regard and respect, and which m the high toned honor tad courtcsv which4 almost uniiversally and imark their Iontrcvcrsies ijutly enttied them to ithe rejpe~ct of thfe world. 1'o the patrons of the "Suner 1Ianner," I have only to say that I have used all the exertiots that circumtstances would allow, to rendiIr thlie paper, what it -should be and in rctiring and conveyinsg to others, the di...

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. — 19 January 1854

DEPIAlRTED this life at Macon, lississipl. Ii, on Christmas tiny 1853, in the 28th year of his nge,( Gottoi WASIIiUNTON llt.ACit. Iloritand raised in Sumter District, he had removed froim among its but a few months, when ,the fell destroyer removed him front the Bridal chamber to the tomh. A friend who knew him well and loved him much for lis many ennobling gnalities, can not refrain from dropng a tear o er his memory, and uttering a eigh of sympathy with his be. reaved relations. Aged mother; he who was thy stay for many years of trttble, remember that he is.now free froim all care. Thou wld wast his wife but forty short days, reentber that though "the voice of mirth and the voice of gladness, and the voice of the bridegroont have etnsed, and the land is desolated unto thee," that he hath gone to a land where mirth and gladness never cease. Brother, Sister, you have the consolation whiclh cannot he taken away from you, that he died having Christ for lis Ilder Brother. Sumterville, ...

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. — 19 January 1854

D ElP ART ED this life at Mlacon, M1ississil. pi, on Christmas any 1853, In the 28th year of his ago, GxKO t WAsit I U-TON ih.ACit. Bornsod raised in Stuuter District, ho had removed front amtiong us but a few months, when the fell destroyver removed him from the Bridal chamber to the tomb. A friend who knew him iwell and loved him much for his many ennobling qualities, can not refrain from droping a tear o or Ils memory, and uttering a sigh of synpathy with his be reaved relations. Aged iother; he who was thy stay for many years of trnble, reamember that he is now free fron all care. The whd vast his wife but forty short days, remnember that though "the voice of mirth and the voice of gladness, and the voice of the bridegroom have consed, and tho land is desolated unto thee," that lie iath gone to a land where mirth and gladness never cense. Brother, Sister, you havo the consolation which cannot be taken away fro:n you, that ho died having Christ for hife Elder Brother. Sunterville...

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. — 19 January 1854

AL~mCONINEC'TION RETWE3EN EDUCATION AND iM . At the I nst aninal meeting of the Arilerican lastnituto of instruction, u% hi0h t "'k p1hM-Ce at NeW I Inven, Cyru1ls Vo e- q ., .red IIan Isay, which, al-. thou-lgh obnitted to) be a well written sonI4 chiborauk eVi petra-e 'a e cii e I wit h1 very gen eIa I d is'satislihction. The Pl1.ort, of t he es;say was to imake out some c oiu'nce/iou bet weein the a I eged inlcre:se2 of* criliei and tile increase of edlk1neati(nal intiltiions and fiteiities, in this and other comitries. Mr. P. en. (eavol'td to establish by sta. htical I-C. tiurils 111. crimes had recently beel ii, Ich iore ablindamt. than irmerly, n(th in this coitry and some of the lore civilized of European2l nations. At tlie sainie tilne there Iias bei a great iin'rease of education, great advance lit in ihe systent of common school iI istructiol and in ile supply of reading aind other ieans and fheilitics for the advalceelll'nt of intellectual culture o11 iong the people at l...

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. — 1 February 1854

DEVOTED TO SOUTHERN RIGHTS 0 ORCN-,V11EAURi.ARICUT TIfAIART W. J. FRANCIS, PROPRIETOR. MSalt Ou2 1N~i ADVANCE. VOL. VIII- SUlTERVILLE, S. C., FEBRUARY 1, 1854.N. 14 THE SUMTER BANNER, is rUBLIsiHED Every Weduesday Moruning BY W. J. FRANCIS. T E tR 1HS, PW DOLLA RS in adivance, Two Dollars And Fitny Cents at the expiration of six months 'rThreie Dolltr at the end of the year. . No paper discontinuel until all arrearages 'are rA I >, unless at the option of the roprietor. - Atdvertisements inserted at V 1l'NTY Fi V Cents per square, (12 lines or less,) for .ih first, and hall' that sum for each mubsequent insertion, (Olieial advertisements the utne caelh tine). Y' The nimber of insertions to be markeil 'a all Advertisements or they vill he published until ordered to be discontinded, and charged accordintily. ftjy ONE DOLLAR per square for a single insertion. Quarterly and Monthly Adverti se tuents will he charged tit same as a single in iortion. and semi-monthly the same as new one...

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. — 1 February 1854

business can find us, at any hour during day, except from four to five in the after. noon, at our office, jud' back of Sot.omoss' 1 Store. All btuIiioss comiected with the paper must be transacted with the Edi tor, or with VILLAai LFwis; and all let ters addressed to the Banner, must be pre paid to insaro attention. COTTON MARKET. CHARLEsToN, Jan. 90. The tenor of the recent European advices has depressed our.Cotton mar ket. The sales to-day were 1100 bales at extremes ranging from 8 1-4 to 10c. Prices in favor of buyers. Our First Page. We call the attention of our readers to the Original Tale, on our first-page. It is from the pen ofi a gifted writer, who we hope will frequent ly flavor us, and grace our columns with scraps from his "portfolio." Sheriff 's Sales. We publish thp Sheriff's Sales for next sale-day, in to-day's paper for the accom tnodation pf om tu bscribers. General Cass Will vote ftor th - repeal of the.Missouri Compromise so far as it interferes with the Compromi-...

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. — 1 February 1854

SSALE OF NEGROES: 0n the st Monday in February next: will b% s.d in Sumterville, 25 Prime Negroes,' Prinetpally snall faiulties and single negroes, Upon a re-lit of one twoand three years. Th Imtrehnem oney to he secured by Bond, hear Ing iriterest fron date payable annually, with perudnal security, and mortgage of the proper. ty. The negroes to remain in Sunter I)imt., Umtil paid for. Titles are good anl purchasers to pay for papers. Also, at the same tinule anti place will be sold some likely young negroes for Cah. Until the day mentioned they may be treated for at private sale by application at Suititerville to W. E. RICHAtI)SON, agent to sell. S1-. Purcheasers ara required to comoc prep areil to comply on the day of ai and receive -hie negroes same day. Feb. 1, 1854 14 - t. Sheriff's Bales, Y virtue of sundry Executions to me directed, will be sold at Sumcter Court diouse, on the let Monday and day follow. ling in February next, within legal hours z6f sale, to the highezt bidder...

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. — 1 February 1854

TI 3se First Cnassauua Sihot. UY CHARLES CCAY,L.L.D. hark ! over Htrope sounding The first, the signal gut ; Te fire has burst, the blow is struch, A fatal deed is deic Pr.'in east to wesit afar, Th'll' insulted iatiots join their heads, Anid gather to the war. From restless slumbers waking, Trhe thunder in her ear, Unhappy Poland starts to life, And grasps her broken spear. Old Ro~ grows young to hoar it 'lnere's mischief inl her glance And Ilutigrary inounts hier battle steeJ, And waves her fiery lance. Not long shall last the combat, Though Russia laugh to scorn Tite wrongful cause, if up to-day, Is down to-morrow morn. When France unites with England, Beware defeat and shame, Ye foes of right who force the fight, And fan the heedless flatne. Hark ! over Eroupe sounding, 'he first, the signal gun But when the loud last caninon peal Shall tell of victory won. Be sure, ye proud aggreisors, Your hour shall not last long; They may rot, can not, shall not win Who battle in the wrottg....

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. — 8 February 1854

DEVOTED TO SOUTHERN RIGHTS, JJEMOCRACY, NATURE, AGRICU W.TJ.FRANCIS, PROPRIETOR. ... . .4.. VOL. VIm. SUMTERVILLE, S. c., B RUARY 8, 185.4.-1. THE SUMTER BANNER, IS PtUBLISHED Every Wednesday iIorniug .. BY W. J. FRANCIS. TERMS, TWO DOLLARS in advance, Two Dollars and Fifty Cents at the expiration of six months or Three Dollars at the' end of the year. No paper discontinued until all arrearages ie PAID, unless at the option of the Proprietor. gW Advertisements inserted at SEVENTY TIVE~ Cents per square, (12 lines or less,) for the first, and half that sum for each subsequent .insertion, (Official advertisements the s tme - each time). t;F The number of insertions to be marked -on a l Advertisements or they will be published -until ordered to be discontinued, and charged accordingly. |P' ON E DOLLAR per square for a single Insertion. Quarterly and Monthly Advertise menta will be charged the same as a single in tsortion, and semi-monthly the same as new ones To the Public. In conformi...

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. — 8 February 1854

J. S. RICH AltliSON Ja JOHN R. LOGAN, E rns. WEDNESDAY, F'EBY,8 . 1854. $ " Persons wishio. to sgee us.,aljum business can find us, at Any hour dut-ing the da, except from four to live in thei aler nount at our office, just back of Hoz.oauoss' New Store. All business conntied with the paper must he transacted with the Edi tor, or with WILLIAaM LF.wis; and all let ters addressed to the ljauner, must be pre paid to insure attention. OOTTON Mnl 1RKET. C(;At n.Es-roN, Feb. 6. The market on Saturday was inanimate, but with a moderato demand only-prices ranging about the samne as for some days previous. The sales amounted to 1200 bales, at the following particulars: 2419 bales at 8 1.4 to 8 1-2 ; 100 hales at J ; 405 at 0 1-2 ; 210 at 0 1-2 ; 130 at 9 '-4 to 10: and 04 at 10 1.2c. 1.0 We have the pleasure of an. nouncing to our readers, 'that an ar rangenent has been made, by which Mr. JOHN R. LoG.AN, the forier edi tor of the Banner, will assist, to some extent, in conducting our paper. ...

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. — 8 February 1854

TIM, SUl'fii BluNl. _- I&NELK J.S. REICIATOS. JOHN R. LOGAN, E)T)ons. W.DNB.SDAY, FEB'Y,8 . 1854. Fa" Persons wishintr to see uss-upon business can find us, at any hour du-ing the day, except from four to live in the aner nount at our office, just back of Bot.oatoxs' New Storo. All business connected with the paper musi he transacted with the Edi. tor, or with WIL.IAM LEwIS ; and all let ters addressed to the Banner, must be pre paid to insure attention. COTTON 'MAR K ET. CnAn:LEsroN, Feb. 0. The market on Saturday was inanimate, but with a moderato demand only-priers ranging about the same as for some days previous. The salos amounted to 120(} bales, at the following particulars: 250 bales at8 1.4 to S 1-2; 100 bales at 9 ; 455 at 0 1.2 ; 210- at 0 1-2 ; 130 at 0 3.4 to 10: and 04 at 10 1.2e. 7 We have the pleasure of an nouncing to our readers, -thut an ar rangement has been made, by which Mr. JOHN I. LooAN, the torier edi ter of the Banner, will assist, to sotie extent, in co...

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. — 8 February 1854

T SU TE E l'u 11IIl. J.S. RICIA IUDSoN J JOIlN R. LOGAN, Etrs. WVEDNB'SDAY, FBB'Y,8 . 1854. F L"-Persons wishinir to see us. upon business can find us, at any hour dnt-ing the day, except from four to live in the afler noUn at our office, just back of Mout.oatoos' New Store. All business connected with the paper must he transacted with the Edi tor, or with WIL.IAMt LEwrs ; and all let ters addressed to the iaanner, must be pre paid to insure attention. COTTON MARKET. (Cn A n r.Rs-roN, Feb. 6. The market on Saturday was inanimate, but with a moderale deniand only-priegs ranging about the same as for some days previous. The sales amounted to 120(1 bales, at the following particulars: 250 bales at8 1.4 to S 1-2; 100 bales at J ; 455 at 0 1-2 ; 21(r at 0 1.2; 130 at J 3.4 to 10: and 64 at 101 1-2c. 27" We have the pleasure of an. nouncing to our readers, ' that an ar rangelnent has been muade, by which Mr. JotnN 11. LouAN, the fortnier cdi tw of the Banner, will assist, to somse extent....

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