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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 12 April 1854

The Far-fined Medicine? r y " HOLLOWAY'S PILLS. These Pills being composed entirely of medi cinal herbs are of a inost harmless nature while the extraordinary virtues they possess have rendered them universally popular in nearly every part of the world. 'he immense success they have met with throughout the State is most extraordinary, owing, it is pre sumed, to their wonderful efficacy in the cure of Bilious complaints and disorders of the Liver and Stomach. - Persons whopersevere in using them in accordance with the directions, sel dom fall in being restored to health. WEAKNESS AND DEBILITY,-RESTOR ATIONTOHEALTH OF A GENTLEMAN, AGED 45, WHEN AT DEATH'S DOOR. Copy of a Letter from the Rev.- Charles Smith, dated Norton, St.'hilips, near Bath, Somer setehire, 17th August, 1 53. TO PROFESSOR HOLLOWAY, Sir,-A Mr. JosErua PuxoN, formerly a res ident of this place, had been in a declining state of health for upwards of three years, gradually wasting away to a shadow by nightly perspira ti...

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. — 12 April 1854

Fur the Hannnen "is do-iood blusa.m timne !:--tllo shad, In o! Sa ntee's watery glard, Are eiorImxre ip in usuai glee,. A rol 1le :r is s iort f r y 'u n a rii i bm Be-:'.-s. ilhe I r~nI. anetl hn l. henid bream, Are str:K 'ag webt -.4 pond andl streamu. ' I is dogwood-lelsum-time !-he crows, Are pulling up the corn by rows ; The larmer creeps at them with rifle The crows look on it as a trifle. The smtk carls tip froi piles of logs 'i'h.. I I" m hiu:an wh lsth- s hrou h t he logs. ' 'is dogu'ood.blossom-time !-t he frogs, Do go it: All the mossy logs Are tlinng'd with coolers : and the ticks, Are 's thick as thieves, on leaves and sticks, The fleas, have got into my blanket, And my poor hack !-how I do spank it "'Ti< dogwood-blossom-time !l-tie doves. Are couplhng off, in all the groves The partridge whistle in the bushes, And all the mocking-birds and thrushes, Send torth their tinsic: and the trees, Are full of humming-birds, and bees. 'Tis dogwoord-blossom-time !-the girls, A...

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 April 1854

DEVOTED TO SOUTIIERN ITGIITS, DEMOCRACY, NEWS, LITERATURE, AGRICULTURE SCIENCE AND THE ARTS WILLIAM LJIS - Pn - -l.b 7J.at - TERMi-$21N ADVANcE ; O I S . I C - A D O 3 .,1 . VT I I I . S U M T IE V I L L E , . C ., A P R .1 4 1 9:, 1 6 4 TflE SUMTER BANNER. IS PUBLIH siE E"cry WVednmesday iorn'iig BY Lewis & Richardson; TERMS, 'l'TW O.LARts in adevance, Two Dollars antt Fifty 'onts at it expiration ~f iix mnthits or Three Dlollars at tle enl of the year. No paper discontitiel toil all arrearaees are rAI>, unl'ss at the tliion of tht l'roprie-ior. L' At!ivertisenents inserted at 8i-VI:NT'Y FIV - Cents per squart, (1.2 lines or less.) for the first, and half that sunm for each substltseint insertion, (Ollicial ad vertisenents the stn each tim1e). ;9" The nulber of insertions to be markel on all Acivertisements or they wAl be pnhlishleid until ordered to be discontiniuei, aund chargei accordtingly. f~r" ONE' DOLLA R per square fora single insertion. Quarterly and llonthly Advert...

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 April 1854

DEVOTED r WILLIAM LEWIS, - JOHN S. RICHARDSON, TOL VIII. TIE SUMTER BANNE Rt IS PUBLISnEn Every WYedeII(sday Morni; BY Lewis & Richardson; TERMS, ' )WO DO.TXLS in advance, Two Dollars anti -ifty Conte at the expiration of ix numth or 'Three Dollars at the entd of the year. No patper discontited until all arrearanes are rxst, utnless at the optioti of the- l'roprielor. " Y" Advertisemtets insertel at tiV l;N'l'Y F1V ( aents per sqire, (12 lines or leis.) for the first, and half that snin for each suis,'pi.-niet insertion, (Oilicial ardvertisenments the stun., each tite). EY' TliTe tunber of insertions to he narkeil on all Ad vertisements or they will be ptblisheid until ordered to he discontinueil, and cherged accordingly. aI' ONID I.OLLAR per square for a single insertion. Quarterly and Mionthly Adlvertise ments will be charged the stune as a single in sertion, and se:ni-nonthly the same as new ones From the MtdIel Anerican Courier. Blonadel nad RZiehard Co'ur deLeons. iv S. A. ...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 19 April 1854

TIHEi SPITE It BNNERI. J. S. R;ICUIARDSO N, Jat. E)Tt JOHN R. LOGAN, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 19, 1854. gg/** Persons wishingr to see us upon business connected with the Paper or Law, can find us at any hour during the day, except from four to five in the afternoon, at our office, just back of Sot.o.oss' New Store. All business connected with the paper must be transacted with WILLIAM Lawis, JoHN S. RicRIAnosos, jr., or R. C. LOGAN. Mr. R. C. LoGAN, the Foreman of Banner Olice, is our only authorised Agent to receive money and give receipts for the same, and may always be found at the Banner Otlice. All letters addressed to the Janner must be pre-paid to insure attention. Notice. The Vigilant Society of Suinterville, will take notice that Band No. 5, w1!1 turn out from Monday the 24th of April, for the usual term. L.. P. LURING, 'res't. J. 11. DING.E, Sec'ty. April 19th, -1854. COTTON MARKET. CH ARtssToN, APRIL 17. On receipt of the last advices from Europe cotton declined from 1.8 to 1-4 ce...

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 April 1854

Sheriff's Sales, BY virtue of sundry Executions to mhe directed, will be sold, at Sum ter Court House, on the 1st Mionday and day following iii May next, within legal hours of sale, to the highest bidder, for cash, the following property--purchasers to pay for titles: Defendant's interest in one tract of 116 acres of land in Clarendon, adjoining lands of G. Frierson, et at, levied upon as the property of N. Stantnier, at the suit of the State, 2 cases. One tract of 108 acres of land in Clare mont, adjo:ning lands of Jos'ah For, et at, levied uFon as the property of E. Pringle, at the suit of Wiley, Banks & Co. Lot and buildings thereon in Sumter ville, adjoining lands of and where Defendant lives, levied upon as the prop erty of F. B. Grier, at the suit of Pierson & Jontings. Lot and buildings thereon in Sumter. ville, adjoining lands of and where Defendant lives, levied upon as the prop erty , W. S. loyt, at the suits of W. Webb and M. J. McFadden. One Lot and Bnildings in ...

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 April 1854

TOUCIHING TRAG.E'. Tat. realities the actual events of life are sometime-; r'om:lttie as t'.e alrcims of fiet ion, and applbeal more deeply to the fe.elieg and symathies. wve do not, doblit, Inatn l:ve besides :t case in point to dem1otnstrate thpe truth of the tLite idea. An inluest, was - held yestcrday upon the b 'dy of M rs. Mairiana Lowe. a beautiful German lady, aged 10i years, who had been :narried but a :hort tiot, and who, up to a f.w days previous to her deal , had lived in apparent happiness with her husb:unl. They resided on ThIalia street, between Camp and L'rytania, and not long after their inarriage the exacting love of the wife bealime alarmed by strange Ie ports of the coiduiiet of her husband, which were confined by various cir CUtnstancesC C'oiniig tulit lie her own kntwledge-his altered n mtiier to wards her, his fteqtient absence from htome, etc. H er* je'alous feat's were aw'takenedl-she dreaded their c'onirm atiotn, btt she sotglht aind obtatined the truth ; a...

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 April 1854

w m E-_ r" DEVOTED TO SOUTHERN RIGHTS, DEMOCRACY, NEWS, LITERATURE, KGRICULTURE, SCIENCE AND THE ARTS WILLIAM -LEWVIS. -PRiORIETO'RS. ' JOHN S. RIIICHADSON, Ju., TERMS-$21 N AD ANCE VOL. VIII. SUMTERVILLE, S. C., APRIL 26, 1S54. NO. 2G. THE SUMTER BANNER. is rUDLISItmJU 'EvCry Wcdncsday Morning BY Lewis & Richardson. TJE RM S, 'TWO DOLLAIts in ivance, '1'w Dollars nd. lfifty Cents at hie expiration of :ix ion1tis or 'T'hree Dohlar at the enol of the year. No paper discontinuel until all a rrearagis are FAl ln, uimless at Hiee option of the. l'roprieuir. 2 . Advertisernents inserteIl at l1 I:I'TY FIVE Cents per smutare, (12 lines or Ies.s,) For the first, and half tiai sumn for eath suhs.g1mnmtt -insertion, (Ollieial advertisements the. une each tine). ' The tnmber of insertionst in - In:tri,etI on all Adyertise nents or thev Will he" pbhti'di until ordered to be discontinuei, anil cbargel - accordingly. 7" ONE DOLLAR per sIuare for a single insertion. Quarterly titi Moitlily Adi...

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 April 1854

TilE MITER INNER. 1. S. RICI TA RDSON, .i R. a. trons. JOHN R. LOGAN, r WEDNESDAY, APRIL26, 1851. [ Persons wishiinr to see us upon business connected with the Paper or Law, can find ns at any hour during the day, except from four to live in the afternoon, at our office, just back of Sot.oio s' New Store. All business connected with the paper must be transacted with WI.LLA Lewis, .outx S. Rircattunnox, jr., or It. C. LoGAN. Mr. It. C. boJ.AX, the Foreman of Banner Oflice, is our only nuthorised Agent to receive mHoney and give receipts for the same, and may always be found at the Banner Olice. All letters addressed to the Banner must be pre-p-aid to insure attention. Notice. The Vigitant Society of Sunitervillc, will take notice that iand No. 6, will turn out fromt Mlunday the 1st *of Mtav. for the twni term.* L.-1'. .LORIING, Pres't. J. 11. DING1E, See'ty. May 1st 1854. COTTON MARKET. CIIAtLKsTO\, A.ItIL 24. There was a good dtnnd to day and transactions generally at former prices,...

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 April 1854

$100 Rewards at Petersfield Pee Dee River, my Ne gro Fellow Cyrus. Ile is between twen. ty-five and thirty years of age , bright cop. per complexion-high cheek bones, upper Front teeth slightly decayed in front. le is about 5 Feet 10 to 11 inches high, he professes to be a common Carpenter; and was in the habit of working about Sumter. ville, and is brobably lurking about hore now, or at Columbia, where his mother is. I will give one hundred dollars reward for his delivery to inc in Conwayboro, or Fifty Dollars for his confinement in any Jail in the State so I can get him. He formerly belonged to Mr. McLeod of Sum. ter District. SAM. BEL L Con wayboro S. C. April 26, 1854 26 3an. So, Carolina--Sumter Dist. By IV. LE WIS, Es I., Ordinary for said District. Whereas, B. E. Weeks hath applied to me for Letters of Administration, on all and singular the goods and chattles, rights and ourdits of late F. Weeks of the said District, deceased. The.e are, therefore, to cite and admon. ish all...

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 April 1854

r i ) i 1i I t v'. It.r tie Kinier. Another bright and annual sun lins rolled its v:;t and ainpio round Another spi ing in beauty robed, Salutes the eve of every soul, All nature gcrrs acid' blt ons a fresh Frot North to Soutlh from h:ist to West, The Iniastcr oak the I ttle pinIk Exult the samc revKvig sprin. . .A fairer world of beai:y bri'hit, Emerges frout the vwinters night -Adorned with rubes of varied green And precious goueis of golden tinge. Ah.gentle spring ; its from thy laps -The-lowest vale the eragiv Alp)s, With sweet and bright flowina wreaths l)o wave amid the verdure breez. Upon Carpathian's lofty suiiit Springs forth the meek a ndL &or tle Tulip, Nurtured by that hand unseen 'Alone amid the rural seence. Most proud sublime, anil noile view, Lofty heights and ionta in dew -Amass thy cheek, () tulip grand With glories from the ether land. But not the mountain's rural scene, Alone, receive the garland tinge ,Fair ineadows v ith each fertile vale , Announce the nea...

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. — 3 May 1854

DEVOTED TO SOUTHERN RIGH1TS, DEMOCRACY, NEW , LlTERATURE, AGRIICULUE CEC N)TEAT WILLIAM L EW IS, - JOHN S. RICHARDSON, Jn., Puorarrons. " Go a1th 4t1' 2 at Z Ila."E VOL. Vi11 . S UMT E RVIILLE, S. Co., MAY 3, 1854- NG. 2S. THE SUfTE[R BANNElI IS PUJ.laItE) Every Wednesday h MI~1oiruinzag ]BY Lewis & Richardson. TjER?I, 'TWO D)OT.LAllS inl adlvance, Two Dlollars and Fifty (tents at the expiration of s'ix l uontls or 'Three )ollars at the enl ht' the year. No paper discontinnel until all arrearages *b are 'A 11,, unless at tile option ot' tlw 'roprietor. -" Ad dertisetnents inaertei at SEiVI:NTY FIV iC Cent per qstuare, (1',: lines or less,) for the first, and half that stint for eacih subtseaa insertion, (Oflicial advertisements the suite each tinet). E'' The tbner of insertions to be markel on til Adivertisenents or they will he publishet until ordered to be diiscontinued, antd chargeal -accoralingly. Q:'' ONIE DOLI.AIt per square fora single insertion. Quarterly anl Monthly Adv...

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. — 3 May 1854

.i t I lN 1'. 1,c \ \'. I"'TOtS. W EIMINDA1);1 M AY 3, 1854. Af- Per's$.-I5 wkii~n: to see fli non hrin, ss r'nnected wt h1 I he P ima'r or Inaw, caI' fil., - " ,'".v 1,,- .1trn-. 'hie dav. empt ro. '!r to tir ivn the ' afllraoni. at onr otlic", iist h-'ek n' Simi onsts' Nr'w Store. Ali hnsic-s ronneteri 'd withI the' paper tints! be tr:anisaetet with \\uILi.TAI Lwis, Jois S. RIutstitfnly, jr., or It. C. LosAs. Mr. R. C. LucAN, the Iortemian of Banner Oflig", is our nily authorised Agent to receive money and give rere&pts for the same, and iav always ie fonmd at the Banner Office. All letters aiddrrsseI to the Banner must be pre-p-sid to insure Attention. Votice. 't'he Vigilant Society of Sumtervitlte. will take notire that Banl No. 7, will turn out from Ditonday the 7th of AMay, for the us'ual term. I.. P. LURING, Pren't. J. i. DTNGLE, Sec'ty. May 3, 185-. COTTON MYIARIRET. CHARLESToN, MAY, 3. Co-TTOrN.---Sales5 yesterday were moderate, at prices ranging frout 6 a 9 34. AckUowe...

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. — 3 May 1854

* FOGARTIE d CORNET KING AND WI Spring 1 PARIS STYLES MANTIL1,AS, CHOICE SELEC''ION BAR EGE DE i Extra Colored Jiareges at 25 cents. Fabrics 80 PItECES WHITE BiIILIANTES, Yard wide Colored French Chintz, n NEW AND RICH STYLE COLt Plaid India Silks, extra wide, SiT.MER VE 20 Pieces Summer Vi-stings, -I.inen Drills, for Engiili Long Just received. 50 pieces more of t.ose tine E Yard wide extra fine American 6.1 wide Brown Shoe 11RW NI'A 500 yards Brown Linen, slighty spotted IRISH .1 50 half-pieces Irish Linen for shi Extra fine Irish Linen f 50 pieces Russia Diaper, at 75 cents. J~ 300 yards Russia Crnal Huckaback and Scotch Diape COLORED DR. 35 pieces yard wide colored Muslins, PARASOLS AEI New Styles Ladies' Parasols Gent's Silk an, Ladies' Light Colored Kid Gloves, best moan Ladies' and Child Ladies' Black Nett Gloves. NAPKINS AA 50 dozen all Linen Damask Doylii 75 dozen choice Linen Damask Nap GREATER BARGAINS HAVE NO' Superior Brown Windsor Soap, hi French Lavender Wat Bay Water...

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. — 3 May 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. — 10 May 1854

DEVOTED TO SOUTHERN RIGHTS, DEMOCRACY, NEWS, LITERATURE, AGRIRA RTS WILLIAM LEWIS, - RriE~e JOHN S. RICHA RDSON, Js., "RPRETRSnTERMoS- . IN D ANCE VOL. VIII. SUMTERVILLE, S. Co., MAY 10, 18.54. THE SUMTER BANNER IS PUBLISHED Every Wednesday Horning BY Lewis & Richardson. TERMS, TWO DOLLARS in advance, Two Dollars and Fifty Cents at the expiration of six month: or Three Dollars at the end of the year. No paper discontinued until all arrearage are PAID, unless at tho option of the Proprietor $ Advertisements inserted atSEVEN'rY FI ' Cents per square, (12 lines or less,) fo the first, and half that sum for each subsequen insertion, (Official advertisements the same each time). .S The number of insertions to be market on all Advertisements or they will be published --until ordered to be discontinued, and charged .accordingly. gg" ONE DOLLAR per square for a single Insertion. Quarterly and Monthly Advertise ments will be charged the samne as a single in. -sertion, and semi-nonthly th...

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. — 10 May 1854

J. S. RICH ARDSON, J. EDITORS. JOHN R. LOGAN, E WEDNESDAY, MAY 10, 1854. S:T Persons wishing to see us upon business connected with the Paper or law, can find us at any hour during the day, except from four to five in the aflernoon, at our office, just back of So:.oatoss' New Store. All business connected with the paper must he transacted with WILLAN L~wis, JOHN S. RICARDSON, jr., or R. C. LOGAN. Mr. R. C. LoGAN, the Foreman of Banner Office, is our only nuthorised Agent to receive money and give receipts for the same, and may always be found at the Banner Office. All letters addressed to the Banner must be pre-paid to insure attention. Nolice. The Vigilant Society of Sumtervillo, will take notice that Hand No. 8, will turn out from blonday the 15.h of May. for tho usual term. L. P. LURING, Pres't. J. H. DINGLE, Sec'ty. may 10, 1854. COTTON MEAR KET. CHARLESTON, MAY, 9. COTTON.-The market to day was quiet, the sales having been limited to 600 bales, at about former prices. The trans...

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. — 10 May 1854

GREAT SALE OF SPRING NXLLXNERY GOODS, AT E. CHERIILL'S, 200 KING-S REET, NEXT TO ROBB'S. We beg\to call the attention of our friends and the public in general, to the largest and che.apest stock of Silk, and fancy Bonnets, Ribbons, Embroidered and Laco Collars, Sleeves, Chemisetts, Silk and Lace Mantilas, and all furnishing Materials appertaining to the Trade. N. 1.-New Goods received every week. Ladies from the Country will please copy our address and favor us with a ci iI be fore purchasing ELSEWHERE. May 3, 1854 27 3t. So, Carolina---Sumter Dist, By IV. LE WI , Esqr., Urdinaryfor said District. Whereas Jemima Wee- s, hath applie to me ror letters of Administration, on all and singular the goods andl chattles, rights and credits of the late Robert Weeks of the said District, decease. These are, therefore to cite and admon. ish all and singular, the kindred and cred. itors of the said deceased, to be and ap. pear before me at our next Ordinary's Court for the said District to be ho...

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. — 10 May 1854

(st rCT E D.) To Untimely Wisfter, BY Tlt LATE MARY SHELDON, OF wlSCoNSIN. Reenone, old Winter! thou white-beardcd thing, srhBestering tornenter of tIhe lovely Spring ; A dreaning poet said, that on the lap Of rosy Spring thou once did take a nap ; And now it seems, forsooth, that thou ulost take 'I he fiction in good earnest, and (lost. mtake Thy unily court to hear; and thou woulisi woo Bright Spring to kiss those lips so cold and bliue! Oe1 W inter, thou art vain--dost thou not see The maiden flies wheno'r approached by thee? With terror, to some sunny far retreat, Where thy cold breath can never clhill again The birds and flowers rejoicing in her train. All the fair things that brighten in her smile Vanish away at thy cold presence. While Thou walkest through tihe park and down the street, The litde children who went out to meet The Spring with inerritnent, run back anl say, With tears and sobs, that Spring has flown away, And dreadful Winter has returned once more And paces up ...

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. — 17 May 1854

DEVOTED TO SOUTHERN RIGHTS, DEMOCRACY, NEWS, LITIIRATURE, AGRICULTURE SCIENCE AND THE ARTS WILLIAM LE IS , PROPRIETORS. "O -au O o ty tr QbS V O L . V III . --IAI W S O N, -- C . A Y 1 ,k5 4 VOL. III.SUMTERVILLE, S. C., hlAY 17, igM* NO. 29, THE SUMTER BANNER, IS P'UI.ISIED Every Wedaselay Morniang BY Lewis & Richardson. TERMVS, TTWO DOLLARS in advance, Two Dollars and Fifty Conti at tim, exp'iration of eix inonitin -or Three Dollars at the end of the year. No paper discontinuedi until nil arrearagns are re i n, unless at the option of the Piroprietor. Advertisements inserted at S IV iN''" FI ', Cents per sqeuare, (12 lines or less,) for the first, and half that sunt for each suhseqmnt insertion, (Official advertisements the s'tme each time). Wr The number of insertions to he marked on all Advertisernents or they will he publishedi -until oriered to he discontinued, and emrged -accorrdingly. .4 'I ON IOL.LAl per square fir a single insertion. Quarterly ant! 'hionthly Advertise m...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
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