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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 17 May 1854

WEDNESDAY, MAY 17, 1S.1. c" 'ersons wislinr 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 atiernoon, at our offico, just back of Sot.o MoNs' New Store. All business connected with the paper must be transactet with Wnri.r.txat -Lwis, Jons S. liininoo, jr., or R. C. LocAN. Mr. 1. C. Lonmas-,, the Foreman of Banner Olice, is our only authorisenl Agent to receive money and give receipts for the same, and mary always he fond at the Banner Oflice. All liitters adrasseld to the Banner tnu-t he pre.paid to itnstre attmintiotn. Notice. ''he V'ini!ani Soietv of Sunitrvill, will take notice! that Ihuni No. 1, n ill torn ourt from Mlotnd!ay the !2'2tl o flav. t.nr lthe' inem:.I terni. 1..' I'. I.(lit t N1:, 1'nes't. .i. 11. I)(NG1 : I.E.Se'w. May 17. 18:.1. C'OTTO'N M1ARKai-:T1. C' n.i-Os, MI.y , 1(. COTTOON.-L-The market contitnucs 'ery (Iuiet, te s:lcs today h1:av-iinr ieen liimited to '211 bales at 9 and 9 1.2...

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. — 17 May 1854

4 31Aliti.llD.-On the ith ins[.. hv the Rev. Dr. 'Thomnas Smnytht, 1)r. it. It. 111q; , of Su iter I)istrict, andl l is Loi ISA g: only daughter of Jesse It. Gary of this city.-C ouri/'r. MAtlllE),--On the 2.5th April, at Ce dar Hill, Georgia, by the Rev. Mr. Reese, Iloe. It. 1. ItiErT, of Sonth Carolina, to Miss CATaEiIN: Uit:Nr. @bituary. UllED.-On T'usday, Aav 9th, ait her residence near Sunterville. in the 24th year of her age, M rs. Es .r, A -r, wife of Win. 11. Stith, and dlaughter of John Mll. and Emiily ,. Dargin. The dt censed was called dining ier, last illnes to tindergo long and exi renw ;ntelriug. I ler disease was L'iihionar I' ininptio, ait for iune than fonr mion,.Its her friends were called to watcl beile her expecting eve ry day to te her list. Though called thus in the bloom of life to silier and to die, sit. was not overtaken in the paths of sin. Early in ie sihe had d "viitd heimelf to the .service of Cod, and ninl lotn willing to extend abundant pardon to the p...

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. — 17 May 1854

(s tiI. E C T E I).) The Last Good eiight. (lose her eyelids---press themi gently O'er the deaul and leaelan eyes, For the soul that amade thiat lovely lInth returnedl unto the skies ; Wipe the death.drop.- from her fueheaal, Sever one de:ir golen tress, Fold her icy ha:ants all ieel, Iv, 51m1o'0,1h the little snowy dress; ieater lo'wers t'er her paillow Gentle flowers so pute .rnel white 13ay the btul upon her boson', 'There--ncow sotily say--Goo) Niat r. Though our tears flow fast anl faster, Yet we would not call her hark, We are !lad her 'eet no longer 'I'readf lil-'; t ugh -and thornv11 track We are glad our heavenly father Took her while her heart was pure, We are gl.d he dil not leave her All lile's trothles to endure; W' are glad-- ani yet the tear-drop 'alleth ; for alas, we know 'T'hat our firc.side will be lonely We shall miss our darling so. While the twiliiht shalows 1ther, We shall wait in rain to feel ,tI ar'; , ala il cl wlh:tce :n il.pical, Roumi our necks so softly...

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. — 24 May 1854

{ A~O .3L - P 1 _ __"ITIJTRTO SOTENRIGHTS, DEMOCRACY, NEWS, I.T1JTRAGRICLUISINC N IEAT WILLIAM LEWIS -_ i D A C JO NL. VIII. D ON Jct.,E VI LE PROPRIETORSS~4 IIL.NI% Vno. THDE SUMTER BANNER. Is PUB.ISHED Every Wedanesday iYorning BY Lewis & Richardson; TERIMS, TWO DOLLARS in advance, Two Dollars and Fifty Conta at the expiration of six months or Three Dollars at the end of the year. No paper discontinued until all arrearages aro PAID. unless at the option of the Proprietor. Advertisements inserted at SE V ENTY FI - Cents per square, (12 lines or less,) for the first, and half that sum for each subsequent insertion, (Official advertisemnents the same each time). g"The number.of insertions to be marked on all Adlvertisements or they will be publihil until ordered to be discontinued, and charged accordingly. 3g ONE DOLLAR per square fora single Insertion. Quarterly and Monthly Advertise ments will be charged the same as a single in Gertion, and semi-monthly the same its new ones 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. — 24 May 1854

t DEVOTED TO SOUTHERN RIGHTS, DEMOCRACY, NEWS, LITERATURE, AGRICULTUnt, SCIENCE AND TlE ARTS WILLIAM LEWIS, JOHN S. RICHARDSON, JR., PROPRIETORS. - TEM i$ 1N ADVANCE ()L. VIii. SUMTERVILLE, 4 ;t., MAY 24, 1854. Nf. 30 THE SUMTER BANNER, :3 PUBI.ISrtED Every Wednueaday Morniag BY Lewis & Richardson; T E RMS, TWO DOLLA RS in advance, Two Dollars and Fifty Conts at the expiration of nix months or Three Dollars at the end of tie year. No paper discontinued until all arrearagos are PAID, unless at the option of the Proprietor. Advertisements inserted at SEV ENTY FIV' Cents per square, (12 lines or less,) for the first, and half that sum for ench subsequent insertion, (Oflicial advertireuents the s'ne each time). gg"The number.of insertions to be marked on all Adivertisements or they will be pttblishil until ordered to be discontinued, and charged accordingly. SW' ONE DOLLAR per square for a single Insertion. Quarterly and Monthly Atvertise ments will be charged the sanme as a single ...

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. — 24 May 1854

J.S. MI lI A 1I:)SON, Jc. EDITORS. JOIIN R. LOGAN, WEDNESDAY. M1Y 24, 1854. G, Persons wishiiir 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 oMoss' New itore. All business connected with the paper must be transacted with WrILLTAM Lrwts, JoHN S. RICIHARDSON, jr., or R. C. LoGAN. Mr. R. C. LouAN, the Foreman of Banner Office, is our only authorised 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-p~aid to insure attention. Notice. The Vigilant Society of Sumterville, will take notice that Band No. 2, will turn out from Monday the 29th of ainy. for the usual term. * L. P. LORING, Prea't. J. H. DINGLE, Sec'ty. May ?.1, 1854.. COTTON MYARRET. CHARLESTON, MAY, 22. COTTON.-The market to.day was sotnewhat in a depressed state. The transactions were limited to 670 bale...

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. — 24 May 1854

J. S. RI A I DSON,JIt. EDITORS. JOHN R. LOGAN, WECDNESDAY. M1Y 24, 1854. gg" 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 afternoon. at our office, just b. k of Sot oMenos' New Store. All business connected with the paper must be transacted with WILLIaM L.wis, JOHN S. RICHHRDSON, jr., or R. C. LOGAN. Mr. R. C. LouAN, the Foreman of Banner Office, is our only authorised Agent to receive money and give receipts for the sante, and may always be found at the Banner Office. All letters addressed to the Banner must be pre.p:aid to insure attention. Notice. The Vigi'ant Society of Sumterville. will take notice that Band No. 2, will turn out from Monday the 29th of May. for the usual term. - L. P. LURING, Prea't. J. H. DINGLE, Seo'ty. May 24, 1854.. COTTON MARKET. CHARLESTON, MAY, 22. COTTON.-The market to.day was somewhat in a depressed state. The transactions were limited to 670 bales. at ...

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. — 24 May 1854

Pt Bheriff's Sales, B Y virtue of sundry Executions to me directed, will he sold, at Sumter Court House, on the 1st Monday and day follow ing in May next, within legal hours of sale, to the highest bidder, for cash, the follow. ing property-purchasers to pay for titles: 1 lot and buildings in Sumterville ad joining lands of and where defendant lives, levied upou as the property of T. J. Dink. ins. at the suit of W. S. Boyd. 1 lot and buildings in Sumterville ad. joining lands of and where defendant lives, levied upon as the property of F. D. Grier, at the suit of Pierson 4- Jennings. 1 tract of 108 acres of land in Clarendon adjoining lands of Josiah Fort et. al. levied upon as the property of E. Pringle at the suit of Willey Banks & Co. 1 tract of land in Clarendon adjoining lands of J. McKeller, It. Ridgill et. al. levied upon as the property of J. L. Rhane, at the suit of F. M. Stukes. 1 lot and buildings in Suinterville ad joining lot of John S. Richardson Jr., and where B.....

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. — 24 May 1854

'I bheriff's Sales, B virtue of sundry Executions to me directed, will he s:old, at Sumter Court House, on the 1st Monday .dnd day follow. ing in May next, within legal hours of sale, to the highest bidder, for cash, the follow ing property-purchasers to pay for titles: g1llot and buildings in Sumterville ad joining lands of and where defendant lives, levied upou as the property of '. J. Dink ins, at the suit or W. S. Boyd. I lot and buildings in Suiterville ad. joining lands of and where defendant lives, levied upon as the property of F. D. Grier, at the suit of Pierson 4" Jennings. 1 tract of 108 acres of land in Clarendon adjoining lands of Josiah Fort et. al. levied upon as the property of E. Pruglo at the suit of Willey Banks & Co. 1 tract of land in Clarendon adjoining lands of J. McKeller, I. Ridgill et. al. levied upon as the property of J. L. Rhatne, at the suit of F. M1. Stukes. I lot and buildings in Suinterville ad joining lot ol John S. Richardson Jr., and where B. ...

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. — 24 May 1854

'I het ib!wing , n011, l Ever Onues's Bi ok," comains som - sugge.:ions on it subitjCet inl respect to which good ad vice i. particu1larly desirable: There is niothing more i'palling t4. a inolde't and sensitive yountg lman, than asking the( girl he loves, to innrry hin, and there are few who do nut lin'd their moral coo rage tested to the ut tern ot. Ia .y-trian who would lend a for. lorn hlpe, enount a breach, and setk a "'reput ation in the caimnnio's n muth,' trembles at tit idea of asking a wo - man the (iestion which is to decitl his fate. Ladies niy eoiigiatulate themselves that. nature and custom have inas them the resp'oindiitg party. In a matter wi.ich rnen have always found so terrible, p et which, ne waiy or other, taiey have always contrived inl somie awkward way to uccomplish ; it is not easy to give instruetions suit. ed to every emergency. A man ual inl v conforms to the disposition to the woman lie admbi er.. Ifshe is serious, he will apprint h the awful solject wit...

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. — 24 May 1854

'I he o! Iwini g om, " Every Ones's Book," ctaisi g Sot suggestions onl at stibject inl respect to whicI good ad vice is particularly desirable : There is nothing more appalling to a moodest tand sensitive young tan, than asking the girl he loves, to marry him, and there are few who do not find their tioral courage tested to the ut tern oit. Man.y-tarmnan whio would lend a far lorn hope, moount a breach, and seek a "reputation in tho cannon's mouth,' trembles at the idea /,f a.king a wo man the question which is to decide his fhte. Ladies may congratulate themselves that. nature and custom have aemi them the responding party. In a matter which nen have always foundl so terrible, ) et which, 'ne way or other, t;aey have always contrived in some awkward way to uccomaaplish ; it is toot easy to give instructions suit ed to every emergency. A man natturally conforms to the disposition o the woman ieh ad mb ers. If she is serious, he will acpprta h the awful subject with solemoinity-if s...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 24 May 1854

'oJ)pping tie Quieestiona. 'I he fiell'wing f om, " Every Ones's Book," Comlatiis Som t suggest ions on it suIbject in respect to whieb good ad vice is particularly desirable There is nothing more appalling to a giodest and sensitive young manin, than asking the girl he loves, to inrry him, and there are few who do not i'd their moral courage tested to the ut turii oit. Man.y-a-nan who would lead a for lorn hope, mount a breach, and seek a "reputation in the cannon's nouth," trembles at tih, idea of asking a wo man the question which is to decide his fite. Ladies may congratulate themselves that. nature and custom have rmade them the responding party. In a matter wl.ieh men have always found so terrible, ) et which, one way or other, ta:ey have always contrivel in some awkward way to accompnjlish it is not easy to give instructions suit ed to every emergency. A man naturally conforms to the disposition o the woman ho adimbers. If she is serious, he will approa It the awful subject w...

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. — 31 May 1854

I)EYOTED TO SOUTHERN RIGHTS, DEMOCIACY, NEWS, LITERATURE, AGRICULTURE SCIENCEA J- - -- --L- - JOH-N S. RICIIARD)SON, J1a. ROREOS.6 TR S$1 ADVANCE THE SUMTER BANNER is Pa:Uf.silEi) Every Wednesday iorninxg fly Lewis & Richardson; ' E RRIIS, TWO DOLL A HS in advance, Two Dollars and Fifty ( .nts at. tia' expiration of six nonths or Three n)o rs at lie end of the year. No paper srontinnteel until all arrearaes are PA In, sntinis at. the <option of Lhle I'risprietor. J'.7 Ati^ertiees insterted at SFV iEN I' FIVE Cents per suiare, (13 linen or le.) for the first, and half that sua t'or *ncli susb qiaent insertion, (O licial adxertisenns Lihtnme each iime). S' Tle number a eta ions to be narked on allt Adlvertiseinent they will be p ublishetd until ordered to h continued, at. chargel accordtlsv. .r- UN10 IEOLLA t per square for a single insertion. Quarterly raii Mot ithly Advertise ments will he chargte'l the sam as a :iIngle in sertion,. and senmi-tontlily t he samte as ninw o:es ...

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. — 31 May 1854

THlE SU.111 It . M5N 1 . J. S. IICTIA li1)SN, J. JOHN R. LOGAN, EnTrS. WE DNESI.)Y. M IY 31, 1854. -W Persois wiliinj to see us toi on business connected with the Piper or La , can find us ht any hour dcuing the day, except from four to five in the afternnon. at our office, just LUek of Sot oioss' New Store. All business connectl with thet paper iust be transaceted with W1. a: I.pwjs, Jons S. IenutosoN, jr., or IR. C. 1.oasN. Mr. I. C. Luat.;, the Foreman of Banner Office, is our only authorised Agent to receive money and give receipts for the same, and may always be found III .the Bannti Office. All letters addressed to the Banner must be pre-paid to insure vttention. Not ice. The Vigi'tnt Socilty of Suntervilie. Will take notice that !found No. 3. till Iurnoumt from Monday the 5th of J.1mto. For ttie usu1al term. I.. V. LOIt.NG, Pres't. SJ. IT. D)1NGilE, See'ty. May 31, 185. (:OTTUN1C ll1 MAi @-:T'. CnItu~.rasvos, Ma~ty, 27. COTTON.--The tiarket, this day presented its usual dll i...

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. — 31 May 1854

CANDIATrs iot A MiCAN r CITI.EN. stre.- We a: L pleased to state that a l*dy of tunety-seven stout, healthy Cermnans landed at our deck yesterday from the Ireniei bark Copernicus, Capt. \Vieting, from Bremen. Most of these persons are bound for the German settlem ents near Valhalla, in the upper part of this State. They are welcom'e, thrice welcome to our shores, and it is to be hoped that they will soon be followed by thousands of their countrymen. It is such men as these South Carolina requires. They will how down the tin her, dig up the underbush, drain the inrshes and make the land teem with fertility. where all before was a barren waste. Standard. A Polish physician at Kalafait has made a curious and i:nportant discove ry of a species of camiera, or optical telegratph, by whihl a perfect recon noisanee could be ell'etcd at an iiniered. ible distance. It cou'd be used on horseback, and the Turks had as many as 400 persons employed in this way about them. DEATH OF SIGNOR RemNi.--...

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. — 31 May 1854

1ri illn t c:trn To A ILrn" oft Lvoti lol I tell thee:, my sums v; rin And 111'1 .1: kuntrit ll(' fund ft'lrlt:t"r !~:t r Wed in tilt' hem ; But Lvordt, !;k.: u,, in (nfl' z,:iltr veil^ctiun, Its tru;h:lnd its f'rvur would ',!il tt, iutiart. Alt ! could you but I):c'urc th ironer. e't1' ttcttlingr U'or my ten::1'F, ..:; :iuftly ;.. rtlut' t:iirv charm Ali ! could thr'v but equal that g !ow it: rho fee! n r, {irllt('ll )' ..rtlll.'.-i /:1:i.Tt11i11 in sy:Ilil:rt!:11' %var,.1' t.'OUlll tlll'L' tell III: bright titt'irl: 111,;)"&. r. Each 1,!Is.itl'r C11 1)1'IIlctit tiles ripI'1:111/ itrrtlltl b n" =, by alluriri Ilr"' t;t:t - . ' i v: ::', t ti'r..;;t IcZ As gn'd('(I !-ozt:ns tlrl"1,11iuZ f-ua) >.lnnc an_ For each tnr,:.et.t I Fl;rntl in thy '' ith pr.( asur'c To 11 e lrl':tll lilt the Cup 1)1* jdc.: elm" ; Yet the past It) Iie..i') I:,,,) Ilse tilt':t: lit'1', T hat C.ll'll 11,'1': ('itt. ill it.t fli'.Ilcio:, ,tlill~":1 Civet r tI), I'[1:1'C) t. 'Q'ittr Jt or!;tl, . j e" 'rcH...

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. — 31 May 1854

Howv oft 'i'ii !I" I tell thee, Iity sous w:" rio Anid iiirill0 lknown t:1r . fiotd fLeit-r loll Jlurked iii itvh lit i B~ut wvorth,, li:- ta ilc in i ttc'~ Its truth and i's f'r.ur" ttvia'.ti1 It,:iit imat. Ali ! could }Ivon but p: C! tre thy p'v er. 'r stettling V er miy sen1cl ,.; ) tft lv";. sio". fir}' A/~li ! could1( thir'y buit equal hilt g:owt of tic' fee! "iI w''' i rtll .i t eic .t t l -'ll~ t:[ Couuli.l they tel Iltl': lright fut'i reli hpus. r l retnu hrn"= Aes giii'ii !ri:tca:ns tic (:I pili 1'iunit hi.c, t F~or eaichii urti.C'i. I FjtiV1tI ill Illy lCeic JTO 11 e Ir'tn I:i 11.e Cut) of ll!es )-Ltt{itie 1 \'ct tL u.citiiic t tl' galeaI 10': thL;l1) i:1u the fl;: it, I"UI.T(.t)N. Rcs;'e~fuilq ubir1'' icc ".Icuk'', /!l'.'.b rfiIhai i1uun1!;I/,/c' ice-( 1J/i/c . '1) it'.". 1J~ositn 'I 'i ?;r.' I ili oif I h(I2 , 11) tile, I l.. ' cutefuil s ';r'e(. Of paiiris, 1 c.t,':/inul;,i , suer 'i l I':' cuol '' lonl'. !lri. Or sleejiniig-'~t'ti'.( :l h}' t!.ue s:t' in Miefr~glt, c'i...

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. — 31 May 1854

rig i it a I ti oe? 1. T0 A***. Iow oft would I tell thee, my sofuls wa'rme allti-ro, And imiriXe. known the lond feeling ln Iociked in my heart ; But word,., like :ei it, tiiw , in enfetebling reflection, ItA truth amid its f'rvor wou!d :ail to impart. Ah,! could you but picture thy power, e'er stealing O'er my senses, .s sortly s son fairy's charm Ahl ! coul they but epiual tlhnt glow of the feelhn, Which :hy v.rtues entsteth in ympathi warne' Could they tell the bright futu re liopes, e'er enhl:ancingt Each pa:-ssing enjoymentL iifes rippling Ft reame b1r og'r, As alturincg thie ta;k--F weetly e:nracing As go'det d reains dropping f'omi- oie aln. gel's wings For each tnomer.t I spend in thy presence, wyith ple"asure To tie hr:un lis the cup of ifcs SnLietlci span ; Yet.tlie past miein'ry gathers to lecap up the neaure, . That e.ch i pre.sett, in its fu ness, aisit overran, FUI.TON. Tie Ho;.'i;td. Rcs-ec'tfull y d Ioirentl r1 -.lack" lhe ai if /hat infim i i' iLre' entitd I) pe ,,...

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. — 7 June 1854

a DEVOTED TO SOUTIIERN RIGHTS, DEMOCRACY,11, LITFRATUItFAQ1tJCU - WILL JOHN S. IIICIIARLDSON, Jr., S I'icui"uicruics. c ,eO --'aIa OIt" It tEio r tI , VOL. Viiis SQJIWI' ERYILLE, So Ce, JUNE 1, 1 540 THE SUMTER BANNER, iS P1'UILISiiED Every Wednesiay Morniln; BY Lewis & Richardson, T E RMlS, TIO DOr,.ALtS in a<dvance. Two Dollars and Ftly ('Cets at the expiration of six nionths or Three Dolhrs at the end of the year. No paper discontinued until all arrearages are PAItD, tinless at the option of the 'r<,prietir. a Advertisements insiertel at SI-tIN'I Y Fl ';Cotnts per saipare, (13 tittes or less,) for the first, and half that snm t'or echsnbsiient. inesertion, (Official advertisernenits the sunme vaeh tin.m.). C The nutimber of inrertianv to be markedl on all Ad vertietents or they will lie publisicd until ordered to bu discuntinuel, and elargecl accordingly. " ONE- )OL .A R per sqnare for a single insertion. Quarterly niid ilounthly Alvrrtse mlas will he clargl thu saite a...

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. — 7 June 1854

TiE IUMIE IINNI. J. S. RICHIARDSONJac. JOl1N R. LOGAN, I urrons. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 7, 1851. T- Persons w ishinr to see us uon business connected with the Paper or Law, can find us at any honr during the day, except frot four to live in the aliernoimn, at our office, just back of Sor.oatoss' New Store. All businers connected with the paper miust be transacted n ith Wi r.t.ai l.EWIs, JonN S. RnitiAn soN, jr., or It. C. LocAN. Mr. R. C. LoGAN, the Foreman of Banner Office, is our only authorised Agent to receiv'e money and give receipts for the same, and imat ahavas be found at the lBanner Oflice. All letters addressed to the /laincr must be pre-paid to insure attention. Oui' Corarespondence. Our usual litters from Wasinigton and other cities tin led to reach its this week in time for this issue of the Banner. We will endeavor to see tp it, that this does not occur a;rain. F. J. Moses, J. D. Iian... dling and R. L. Heriot. We state a. a matter of jtie'ic to the ahbv named gentlenir thlt ...

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