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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 8 February 1854

Ilota. L. I. Keitt. lIUsE OF REi'tEsENTATi"vEs, January, 26, 1b31. ' 'o the .litor of the Globe. SIl : In the J)aily Globe of Wcdnes. day, 25, 1854, in reporting a few remarks tnalo by ie in answer to fr. Oliver, of M issouri, in correcting a mistake made and answerinsg a question propounded by him, I am, made to say : "lie [Mr. Calhonn] wats the first, I believe, to denounce til doctrine of tonage duties-'' I said the very reverse. I have hastily prepared from tmefonry, the remarks I ande which were extempore. I enclose thein, and ask their publication in the Dily G'obe. LAURlENCE Ml. KmlTTI. Mr. Keitt said : I desire only to cor rect a mistake of the moember from Mlis souri, (Mr. Oliver.) and to answer anil in quiry which lie has propotunled. \Vhen 1 submnitted my views to the comlinittee a few days ago on that portion of the Presi dent's message which rela'es to tonage duties, I had not road either the toer or the spoch of the disting.iished Senator from Illinois, (.1ndge Douglas...

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. — 8 February 1854

(coNTIsUED FAiOM FIRST PAoE.) of the man, I comic now lastly to tli e considera. tion of slavery, a- essential to a Re. public. Mtr. Calhun in his suiblimre disquisition upon Government, tfidly - exposes that monstrous Ihlla'n of modern times, " all people arc en~i. tled to liberty.'' Akin to this, is the error that Republicanisrn the most elaborate and diflicult of all system', is not nly suited to all people, but that it can at once qualify ignorance and incompetence-for the duties and responsibilIti-'s of self Govertment. Moreover the Republican idea requir es that. all shouldl participate equally in a political right. To assert the contrary is to defy tall the popular maxims o'n the subject.. And, if I here is one fact emphat ic:lly illustrated, in the h'story of repub. lics, it is thaa they cannot prosper where political equality does not ex ist, in short, where some such system as African slavery is unknown. By the operation of iimin u table laws, which neither the violence of...

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. — 8 February 1854

(CONTIUED FROM FIRST PAGE.) of the man. I came now lastly to th e considera tion of slavery, a. essential to a Re. public. Mr. Calhoun in his sublime disquisition upon Government, fully exposes that monstrous fatllaey of modern times, " all people are enti. tied to liberty." Akin to this, is the error that Republicanism the most elaborate and diflicult of all system', is not < ly suited to all people, but that it can at once qualify ignorance and incom petence-or the duties and responsibilties of self Govertment. Moreover the Republican idea reqnir es that all should participate equally in a political right. To assert the contrary is to defy all the popular maxims on the subject. And, if tI"re is one fact cmphatically illustrated, in the history of repub lics, it is thats they cannot prosper where political equality dies not cx ist,in short, where some such system as African slaverv is unknown. By the operation of immutable laws, which neither the violence of rev olution, nor the...

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. — 8 February 1854

(CoNTINUED FIOMl FIRST PAGE.) of the man, I come now lastly to th e considera. tion of slavery, na essential to a Re. public. Mr. Calhouin inl his sublime disquisition tup)n Governti(nt, fully exposes that monstrous fblae-v of modern times, " all people are 'nit i. tied to liberty." Akin to this, is the error that Replblicanisim the most elaborate and difficult of all systenm, is not 4 lly suited to all people, but that it can at once qualify ignorance and incompetence.fir the duties and responsibiliti"s of self' Govertmentb Moreover the Republican idea requir es that all should participate equally in a political right. To assert the contrary is to defy all the popular maxims on the subject.. And, if there is one fact emphatically illustrated, in the h'story of repub. lices, it is that they canot prosper where political equality does not ex ist,in short, where some such system as African slaverv is unknown. By the operation of immutable laws, which neither the violence of rev olttio...

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 February 1854

i- i r d i. y. . - r DEVOTED TO SOUTHERN RIGHTS, DEMOCRACY, NEWS, LIT RA A A RIClMR hEDAN HAT W. J. FRANCIS, PROPRIETOR. Cur TERS-e iN A .YA VOL. VIIL. S UIMTERVILLIE, S. C... JUARY .5 185'.9 THE SUMTER BANNER, IS PUBLISIIED Every Wednesday iXorning - BY W. J. FRANCIS. TER IS, TWO DOLLARS in advance, Two Dollars and Fifty Cents at the expiration of six months or. Three Dollars at the end of the year. N. paper discontinued until all arrearages are rAta, unless at the option of the Proprietor. 3W" Advertisements inserted at SEVENTY FIV' Cents' per square, (l2 lines or less,) for the first, and half that sum for each subsequent insertion, (Official advertisements the same each time). SS The number of insertions to be marked on all Advertisements or they will be published satil ordered to be discontinued, and charged ' DOLLA R per square for a single Insertion. Quarterly and Monthly Advertise mants wilr be charged the same as a single in. sartien, and semi-monthly the same as new ones l...

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. — 15 February 1854

J.8. RICITARDSON, J>.4 JOHINR. LOGAN, Earrotts. WB11 NESDAT, FBBt, 15.1854. QW Pereonns wishinir to gee us )pun ..Esiness tan lind us, t tany hour during the 'tay, except from four to five in tie after noon, at out offilee, jtst back of Sot.ouons' New 8tue: All bsitess connected with the paper must he tran'acted with the Edi. t r, or with Wt.i.tma Lswts ; and all let. ters addressed to the Bar.ner, must be pre paid toninsure attention. COTTON MARKET. CHIARLESrON, Feb. 13. The market to-day was depressed and prices declined about 1-8c. The sales were.limitod to 1000 bales, at extremes ranging from 8 1-4 to 10 1-41c. South Carolilsa Ri Rond. AMr. Conuits, the agent of this road to hire negroes to work on the C..mden branch, will be in Sumterville on Tuesday the 21st inst., when he will he glad to see all who have negroes to hire. See the advertisement in another column, ' We have been obliged to crowd out much interesting matter in conse quence of the large space occupied by "Maj. ...

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. — 15 February 1854

L" 0 :-Y.Z.Notice: 'z' BlhiltebpvIIyIe Carriia . and Unas'ca A:Iamasumttctory. JAMES W. AM31BROSE still contin-s to carry on tie ahove business in all its various branches,. and takes this. method of returning blIs thanks to his friends for their liberal patron *ugt, and bpens by close attention to business to still merit the same. CA-lItIA(ES AND HU(: OIES mnadeto order and warrnted for twelve itosnths. If they shon!d fail in that time in point- of 'ot'knitnah1p orinateridl. they will he rpaired:free of charge. iMe deems it asnee.. 6 mry t9 say an'ything in regard to the neat teas Antl'durabilitvof his work, as his work tVi!l show- for itself. Call on hin at Bishop. Villeanad be will give as,good heqrgains as can be hail in.Chorlea Ile also soes pluigl'w-wrk di short'titlte.. I~stre-shoeing done with'neatness and dispatch at. $1.50 all r nsd. Iis terms for new work will be to suit purchasers.-Witlh interest al shopville, S. C., Jan'y 18th, 1851 .12-'m REMOVAL, AVING moved to the st...

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. — 15 February 1854

(CONTINUED FROM FIRW PAGE.) L9t,. Mr, .Taber, -has publisheO his speech, declaring, as I understand, (for I havo not yet seen it;) that he gives the speech as nearly in the same words as ho can recollect having delivered it. I take it, therefoire, that henceforth this printed speech must be-made the basis of discussion, if indeed the whole afliiir has not already attracted a degree of attention beyond its intrinsic import stice. When I say that henceforth the printed address must be made the ha cis ofdisepssion, I mean to say that it must be taken as that which Mr. Ta ber meant to have said, and that what ever else he pronounced in the chapel must be ascribed to unpremeditated language, rising excitement, and a want - of skill of delivering thoughts in an in experienced speaker. 1, ihr one, did not make allowance for this at the time, because,, seeing him consulting at times a manuscript before him, and knowing, as I did, that he had been ap pointed to deliver the oration live years...

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. — 22 February 1854

* -0- . . . . -. V R 1 .r a' DEVOTED TO SOUTHERN RIGHTS. DEMOCRACY, NEW$, tITERATURE, . AGRICULUE CEC ADTl RS . ..: ..:n-.W . J. FRANCIS, P ROPIIIET. c O -af our XkatW te Lilflb. T R S$ 1 A vA cE VOL. VIII. SIMTERVILLE, S. C., FEBRUARY 22, 1S64. .N.i THE SUMTER BANNER, IS PUC.iSIIED Every WV'edssesday iIoruiug BY W. J. FRANCIS. T E RMYIS, TWo DOLLARS in advance, Two Dollars and Fifty Cents at tihe expiration of six months or Three Dollar at the end of the year. No paper discontinued until nil arrearages are ran, unless at the option of the Proprietor. e Wr Advertisements inserted at SEVENTY FIVE Cents per sptiare, (1"2 lines or less,) for the first, and half that sum for each stbseqt.mtt insertion, (Oflieial advertisements tlie sne each time). 27 The number of insertions to be marked on all Atvertisements or they will be publi.<heI until ordered to be discontinued, and charged accordingly. l"VF ONE DOLLAR per square for n single insertion. Quatrterly and Monthly Adlvertise meats ...

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. — 22 February 1854

TLE SU1TE R B.lM\ Ll J.S. RICHARDSON,J,. EDITORS. JQIHN R. LOGAN, WEDNESDAY, FEB'Y, 22. 1854. Q ? Persuns wishinir to see us upon business connected with the Paper or Law. can find us it any hour during the day, except from four to five in the afternoon, at our office, just back of 80.0M3:os' Now Store. All business connected with the paper must be transacted with Vn.u~n Lawis, JoHN S. RicHARDsoN, jr., or it. C. LOGAN. Mr. R. C. LOGAN, the Foreman " of Banner Office, is our only anuthorised Agent to receive money and rive receipts for' the same, and mnay always he found nt the Banner Office. All letters addressed to the Banker must be pre-paid to insure attention. COTTON MARKET. CIAI:LFsTON, Feb. 21. The latest advices by the St. amer Africa state that Cotton has declined in Eumope from 1-8 to 1-4 d. Sales in Charleston on the 15th inst. ranged fran 7 58 to 10 1-4 ets. {g' We nre indebted to the [Ion. L. M. KEITT. for puilblic documents. Vuils aI. We publish the communication of " V...

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. — 22 February 1854

MR. LAFAR, FItO.MI CHARLESTON, I AVING taken Ronms at the anner Office, would respectfully inform the citizens of Sumnterville and its vicinity, that, having had anl exorience of s8nme years in the business, Ite is prepared to furnish specimens ot' Daguerrean Likenesses. Mr. L. has on hand a splendid assort nent of CAEE E ? ALL E1EEBf, Medallions, Broochaes, ccl. lie is propared w.th all the Instruments for se urinr accurate c' pi !s of Portrait , and for takmn Children and Groups. le will remein for a short time. - Please call and examine Speci. mens.-Instruction gi en in the Art. Feb. 2'2, 1t351. 17 tf THE AMERICAN THIS Illumtratet Coinie Weekly, which is published in No" york every 8maturty. is now about to commence the third year of its prs pe rous existence, it ins reached a larger cir lation than any thing of the kind ever started in America. It is fille4 with Cuts and Carica ture likenesses of persons and things, and these alone are worthm the subscription price, which is onl...

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. — 22 February 1854

1YISCELLA11EOUS, Froin Anhaur'sI Home Gazette. THE REFORMED COUPLE, naY LINDA i.iNwooD. CIIAt-i'I: 1 . We begin our story by describin th. possessions of tihe lj' incipal actors thereinl. In one of the. Statheni States there is a pretty white house, halt-hidetn fromt the view by the tilinge of t ree ; lean tifidI gree.w ard la.d various kinds of shrubbery adorn the yard in foint. About thirty yards distatnt, in the background, are three neat cottages for servants, each with a shade tree in front and a garden in its rear. No di lapidated fences, no fields overrun wit h briars, are to be seen. IB ight tassel ed coin is rustling in the sua nner breeze; cotton, with a profusion of red and white blossoms, gives pronise of an abundant yield-a well-t imnaed orchard is bending benteath its Iand of fruit-snow white si.eep, and pliump, sleek cattle are contentedly grazing ill rich pastures, where singing rills run joyously amid beautiful wilIthws, whie bend gracefully over their bright tea te...

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. — 22 February 1854

MISCELLANEOUS, Frein Athur's Home Gazette. THE REFORMED COUPLE, DY LINnA J.1N wVoOD. CitA P('i: 14 , We begin our story by describing. the possessions of tle 1o iciipal actors therein. In ole of the. Souteiii States there is a pretty white house, hall-hiden from the view by the foliage of -tree-; bean tifil greensward aid vuiouis kiiils of shrubbery adorn the var t in frout. About thirty yirds distant, in the background, are three neat cottages for servants, each with a shade tree in front and a garden in its rear. No di lapidated fences, no fields overrun with briars, are to be seen. Hi ight tussel ed corn is rustling in the suimer breeze; cotton, with a profision of red and white blossoms, gives promiise of an abundant yield-a well-.t iinmed orchard is bending beieath its load of fruit-snow white si.eep, and plump, sleek cattle are contentedly grazing iii rich pastures, where singing rills run joyously amid beautiful h i ithlws, which bend gracefully over their bright ta ters. Hen...

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 March 1854

rs DEVOTED TO SOUTHERN, I RIGHITS, DEMOCRACY, NEWS L TERATR fvE, AGRICUTUESINEADTERT W. J. FR A.NCIS, PROPRIETOR- -- it A t . OOL. Viii. SUMTRVILLE, S. C.L TEBRUARY 29, 154- ,- ND-E IS P'UBLIsHIED Evory Weutdnesday iMrornin g BY W. J. FRANCIS. l'WO. DOLLARS in alvance, Two Dollars and Fifty Cents at the expiration of tix "onths -or Three Dollars at the end of the year. No paper discontinuedl until all arrearages are PAItD, unless at the option of the I'roprietir. CiWr Advertisements inserted at SVEN Il'Y FIVE' Cents per square, (12 lines or less,) for the first, and half that min for cacti sutseIniient insertion, (Oflicial advertisements the a-in: -each time). 1i<' The nutmher of insertions to be marked) on all Aivertisements or they will be publi-shel until ordered to be discontinued, and charged accordlingl v. $-1' ONIE DOLLAR per stqunre fora single insertion. Quarterly anl Monthly Advertise' monts will be charted the tite as a single in surtion. and semi-mon1 t lily the samne...

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 March 1854

TIlE SUMTi11 IHE ER. J. S. Pra I AjR1YfON. i EDITOA.S. JOTIN R. LOGAN. WEDNESDAY, FEB'Y, 29. 1854. 9j' Persons wishing to see us upon business ronnectId with the Pa per or Law can find us at any hour during fhe dbv, except from four to lien in the aflernon. at our office, just back of So: ooss' New Store. All business connected with the paper ituit he transacted( with WILLIAM Lawrs, Jots S. RICHAutnoo, jr., or It. C. LoAN. Mr. R. C. LncanA, the Foreman of Banner Oflice, is our only authorised Agent to receive money and give receipts for the same, and may always he found at the Banner Office. All letters lthiresseil to thn Banner must be pre-inid to insure attention. COTTON MARLIET. un.' .rTs-ros, Feb 2.9. There was quite an active demand for Cotton to-day, the sales having reached upwards of 2210 bales, at prices rnnging from 6 7-8 to,10 cents. To Correspotsdcats. We have rece.ved the e"evirs 1.:n 1 . ly," and hope with our friend t hat he nay indeed be buried in Ihe ruins of the " ...

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 March 1854

TIHE SI.MIITa t1 .I\H ER.. J.S. THOT1A 1DsT. .ln. t EDIRS. JOh N R. LOG A N. WEDNESDAY, FEB'Y, 29. 1854. ''r Persons wishintr to see ts upon business connectr'd with the Paper or Law can find nat at any hnur durinet the <ay, except from four to five in the aftrroonn. at our office, just back of So; loss' New Store. All husiness conneclted with the paper must he transacted with VLLIAM Laiwrs, Jons S. RitnAnosos, jr., or IR. C. LOGAN. Mr. R. C. l.nOtAN, the Foreman of Banner Office, is our only authorised Agent to receive money and give receipts for the same, and mau;y always he found at the Banner Office. All letters aaddrsves-l to tho Bernner must he pre-paild to insure att-rt.. COTTON MARKET. (Ctu.anr .F.STtaN, Feb. t3. There was quite an active dean;and for Cotton to.lay, the sales h;avin2 reached ,upwards of 2200 bales, at prices ranging from 6 7-8 to,10 cents. To Correspoildentus. We have rece.ved the '- lewl 1'uglo. ly," and hope with our friend Ilit he may indeed be buried ...

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 March 1854

FREEMAN HOYr, H AS just received from New York, a gOod assort ment of line E l W i RY, POCKET CU'I.E ItY, GOLD S'IE(. ''ACLS, &c , &c., whiclh he will sell as cheap for cash a ,-tny other retailinig es tahiihinent in the State. . Thankful for past tivors. he respectfutly solicits a continuance of the patronage of his old friends and the public generally. Feb. C2, 1a. 17 t Executor's Notice, ALL persons indebtoil to the 16t:.te of Richard langin, Esiar., deceased, of Samter District, wil present them properly attest ed to either of the undersiganed. aid those who are indebted will naake payment to the same. \V. C. DUKES, Charleston. , JNO. J. RAGIN, Clarendon, 1l. r . Susnterville, Feb. 12, !8541. 17---4t gj7 Watchman copy. & We are authorised to announce MNj. A. C. SPAIN as a candi. date for Representative from Clarenont County, at the ensuing election. Febi. 22, 1851. 17 t r Sheriff's Sales. ]Y virtue of sundry Executions to mne di - rected, will be sold, at Suanter Cou...

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. — 1 March 1854

For the Banner. ,Jack ! Many things are turondI to .I ni-, Or, a Jack. is Inil- of M any thling~s :-",-,i. r,- .1 .." 1 1. Soimetiixms, whom Kiings :re 'fraidt of. The John Bull Tars, are all J:tiks I don't mean knaves anl fools Some mighty men are call'd Jacks, And so are some edged tools. I've seen a thing call'd hoot Jack It pulla your vory root ofl: But I am such an ass-.lick, I always kick my boot off' I've rode a beast call'd Jack munie, As tricky as the devil ; But this was when I went to school, And did fear no evi!, And I have seen a screw Jack, Or Jack screw, I will call it. This fellow his a strong hack And all the wagoners haul it. I've heard too of thet smtke Jack : I-Ie mnuat be Jack o' 7ne And oft I've seen the doinl J.wnkk The little king of aipis. And there's what's cali'd the slap.J.mck, A sort o' Jony caks; They'll mnake your very monit h s-nack - Those that toom Dinah mnakes. And there's yet thi" o lantern Jacks, These fellows ihveli in 11:li, They will take you ...

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 March 1854

DEVOTEI) TO SOUTIIERN RIGIITS, DEMOCRACY, NEWS, LITERATURE, AGRICULTURE SCIENCE AND THE ARTS. W. J. FRANCIS, P"oraIron.- ot 'atb, . -TERMS-$2 IN ADVANCE. VOL. VIII. SUMTERVILI,, S. C., MARCI 8, 184. NO. 19. THEjld SUMTER BkNNER, Is l'tJCl.IsItED Every Vednesdty Morning BY W. J. FiANCIS. T E'l R1b il S , TWO DOLLA RtS in adtvance, Two Dollars W tanti Fifty Cents ait the expiration of six months or Three Dollars at the enal of the year. No paper discontinued until all arrearuges are PAI DI, unless at tia option of the Proprietor. Sr Atvertisenents inserted at S l- V l-N'Y FIVE Cents per su hare, (12 lines or less,) for the first, anl half tikt sunn for each sIlbseluaepet insertion, (Oflirial advertisentents, th3 -tie each tiac). t'27 The number of insertions to be marked on all Advertisements or they will be puhlisheul until ordered to be discontinueil, and charged accordingly. Bg'r ONE I)OLL.AR per square fora single insertion. Quarterly andl Montlrly Advertise ments will be charged ...

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 March 1854

DJEVOT~EDI' "W. J. FRANCIS, PIiomt VOL. ViiI. THE SUMTER BANNER, is 'UDI.ISIIlE) Every Wedacaeayct Mo11 i rnotiiaia; BY W. .. FRANCIS. TWO I)OL.LA Its in nvance, 'I'Two Dollars anI Fifty Cents a the expiration of sc ix montls or Three Dollars at the end of the year. No paper liseontinulcd until all arrearagns are PAlD, nnless at the option of the Proprietor. 150 Advertisements inserted at SI-V EN'I' FIVE Cents per squsare, (1.2 linen or less,) for the first, and half thrat su for ach subseque'nt insertion, (Ollicial alvertisemets the eune each time). l: -"The number of insertions to be marked on all Ad vertisements or they will he published until ordered to be discontinued, nod charged accordinitly. ft$j ONE I)O.T.A R per square for a single insertion. Quarterly nod oluntIrly Adverti.se ments will he charged the same as a single ine -aertion. and semi-m1(111 t lthe samte as ntew mnes MISCELL ANEOUS, A NEW VERSION OF AN OLD SONG. BV F. W. m-:wims. With a tnockish coriuetish air, the ...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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