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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 5 July 1854

(coNriNl:Jn rm't i1 :w'r A:; .) Northward, ,in ie rarefied eurrent. QI'isrros VI. (-(o note 1.) Vhat is the cause of elevatedl continents and islands, having at 'lie period t.I tin ., been the bId of the ocean, as we see front riniy uniistakalc signs, inde pecndetL of voleanoes and eartlhqjuakes, by a progressive move. ment, as fir instaue a. pa irt of th eoast of Swedev, on the lial tic :1md gulf of 1Bothnia, which is s'owlv. hll ANVEa. I contel jatu that the water of the globe, has, in the coursc of countless ages, been sIoPvl ow and progr 's-.ively (anil is now being) coin verted into ati mosphiene air. Dr. P'reestley was the first ehe:iist who decomnpose d water, and discover ed that it was a compoumd element consisting of t )xygen and I Iydrogen. Air difiers from Watcr, onaly tin having for its onsttiuetis simple, Oxygen and Nitrogen. instead of Oxygen aiii H ydrogen. The gencral eharacteri-: ties of the two comp~mnd eleients, are very strikingly si uilar; and the one as we see...

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. — 12 July 1854

DEVOTED TO SOUTHERN RIGhTS DEMOCRACY, NEWS, LITERATURE, AGRICUtTURE SCIENC ilt At WILLIAM LEWIS, - JOHN S. RICHARDSON, Jn., PROPRIETORS. i N X1E VOL. VIII. SUMTERVILLE, S. C, JULY 12, 1S54. - - THE SUMTER BANNER, is PUBLISHED Every Wednesday Morning BY Lewis & Richardson; 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 -are PAID, unless at the option of the Proprietor. 9 Advertisements inserted at SEVENTY FI Cents per square, (12 lines or less,) for the first, and half that sum for each subsequent insertion, (Official advertisements the same each tine). gg The number of insertions to be marked on all Advertisements or they will be published until ordered to be discontinued, and charged accordingly. l? ONE DOLLAR per square fora single insertion. Quarterly and Monthly Advertise ments will be charged the saue as a single in sortion, and semi-monthly the sa...

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. — 12 July 1854

TILE SUMTER B~EI J. S. RICI IARI)SON, Jn. E.JIroas. ,JOlN It. LOGAN, WEDNESDAY, JULY 12, 1S5-1. E4 " Persons twiiting to see us upon lbusinetss connected with the Paper or Law, tan find us at any hour during the day. except from four to five in the afternoon, at our oflice, just back of Sot.oatoxs' New Store. All business connected wit hi the paper inust be transacted with WrVt.r.ta I.F.wis, Joan S. RICitnnsoN, jr., or It. C. Loo AN. Mr. R. C. LoGaN, the Foreiman of Banner 01icc, is our only authorised Agent to receive money and give receipts for the same, and may always be found at the Banner OtIice. All letters addressed to the Banner must be pre-paid to insure attention. Executive Department, CL.AnrINDN, July 3, 151. I am directed by his Excellency the Governor to state, that in consegqttuce of his illness the business of the Executive Office has necessarily accumulated ; but upon his restoration to health it will be promptly despatched. BEAUFOR'T T. WA'ITS, Private Secretary. Ju...

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. — 12 July 1854

Co-partnership. TIIR Subscriber has thin day aslsocit. tel with himl, in the Factorace nd Com tmission business, his Son J ames M. Car son under the lirm of Ehsha Carson & Son, who will attend strictly to all business in trusted to them by their friends. EI.ISI1A CARSON. Chtarlento n.July" 1'J, 14:) 1. 37--4t To Contractors. TIIE Meihers of Concord Church about ten mniles from Suimterville, propose to make some repairs 'a lad l tt? t h' cii re I, the work to be let to the lowest bidder. Those desirous of putting in bids for the job will meet the undersigned at Concord Church on Saturday the 2?d inst. JAMES D. leFAl)IHN. SAal.. I. CHrIANI)l.E11. July 1;, 185l. 37 2t In Equity.-- -Marion District. W illiam Le wiis, Admt'r of Leonard White } BILL. Charles W. Miller. J In pursuance of an order of the court of Equity, in this case. I will sell to the highest bidder at public auction on the first Monday in August next, at Sumter Court House, a tract of land assigned es tate of tr. Jam...

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 July 1854

The Old Sexton. Nigh to a grave that was newly nade,, Leaned a Sexton old, on his earth-worn spade, His work was done. and he paused to wait The funeral train at the open gate. A relic of by gone days was he, And his locks were gray as the foamy sea, And these words caie from his lips so thin; "I gather them in--I gather them in, "I gather them in, for man and boy, Year after year of grief and joy, I've buildod the houses that lie around, In every nook of this burial ground ; Mother and daughter, father and son, Conic to my solitude one by one; But co ne they strangers or conic they kin, I gather therm in-I gather thetm in. "Many are with me, yet I'm alone, I'm King (,f the Dead, and I make my throne. On a monum ent slab of marble cold My sceptre of rule is the spade I hold ; Come they from cottage or conic they from hall, Mankind aro my subjects-all-all-all. Let them loiter in pleasure or toyfully spin, I gather them in--I gather them in. '"I gather them in, and their final rest Is...

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 July 1854

DEVOTED TO SOUTHERN RIGIITS, DEMOCRACY, NEWS, LITERATURE, AGRICULTURE SCIENCE AND TH ARTS. W ILLIAM LE'WIS, -P ROP IE R S " O v- a)V Our it r S s' ." JOHN S. RICHARDSON, Ju., 5 P R - VOL- Vill- SUTjIERIVIf LLE, S. C., JULY 19, IS 40 THE SUMTER BANNER * is ruitntsneo Ecry Wednesday Iorniang BY Lewis & Richardson, TERMS, TWO DOLLARtS in advance, Two Dollars and Fifty Cents at the expiration of nix months or Three Dollars at the end of t1e year. No paper discontinued until all arrearages arc rA to, tinless at the option of the Proprietor. "" Advertisements inserted at SEV ENT]'V FIVE Cents per square, (12 lines or less,) for the first, and half thmt suin for each suhsein'nt itsertion, (Oflic'ial advertisemetnts tho s-une each time). y" The nuinher of insertions to be markeit 91n all Advertisements or they will he publishedi until ordered to be discontinued, and charged accordingly. 7 ONE DOLLAR per square for a single insertion. Quarterly antd ilontlily Adtvertise -inents will be c...

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 July 1854

DEVOTED WILLIAM LEWIS, - JOHN S. RICHARDSON,. V(OL. VIII. THE SUMTER BANNER, I IS PUI~LIsnED Every Wedmtesday MIorninug BY Lewis & Richardson, TERiMS, TWO )OLLA ItS in advance, Two Dollars anti Fifty Cents at the expiration of nix months or Three Dollars at the end of the year. No paper discontinuedi until all arrearages are I'A t , unless at the option of tihe l'roprietor. '* Advertisements insertel atL8I'Nl'V F1 Cents per sqiare, (12 lines or less,) for the first, and half that soum for each subseuannt insertion, (Oflicial alvertisenents the smc each tinte). Ef The number of insertions to be marked pn al Advertisements or they will be puhlislied until ordered to he discontinued, ani charged accondingly. . 92' ONE DOL[LAlt per square fora single sneertion. Quarterly and Monthly Ai yertise nets will be charged the s'amiel as a single in sertion, and semi-tnonthly thie same as new ones - Curiosities of Sleep. There are some curitous ineidents on record of sleeping and waking. In ...

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 July 1854

DEVOTED WILLIAM LEWIS, - JOHN S. RICHARDSON, V(oc1. VIII. Th E SUMTER BANNER, 11 IS P'UBLISIIED Every Wednesday Mornaiuag BY Lewis & Richardson, TERM.S, TWo DOLLARS in ndvance, T wo Dollars and Fifty Cents at the expiration of six months or 'Three Dollars at the end of the year. , No paper discontinnel until all arrearages are er. i, unless at the option of the 'roprietor. r Advertisements inserted at S EV-: Ni\' FIVE- Cents per sqiuare, (l lines or less,) for the first, and half that sum for each suhseqtuint insertion, (Ollicial ativertisentents the sute each tinm). JI"The number of insertions to he iarked n ai-t Ad tvertiseutments or they will be puhlishied until ordered to be discontinied, anre charged accordlingly. . V" ONE DOLI.At per square fora single insertion. Quarterly and Monthly Advertiso inents will be charged the omne. as a single in sertion, and semi-monthly the same as new ones Ourio ities of Sleep. There are some curious incihents on record of' sleeping and waki...

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 July 1854

TIE IH .TER BI NBR. 1. S. ICI IA R DSO)N, Ja. JOAN 1V. LOGA1 N, Itnons. WEINESDAY, JULY 19, 18 i. CW" Persons wishin-r to see us upon business connected vith the Paper or a, enn find n:; at any hour during tle (:y. except from four to five in the allernoon, at our oflice, just back of Sor.omoss' New Store. All business connected with the paper must be transacted with WVzn.,r.trn L:WMs, Jon,; S. RIcnAnDSos, jr., or It. C. LonAN. Mr. It. C. LooAx, 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. Conaaniiinicationm. The Communication of our friend 4 R. W. B." on the subject of temper unee has been received, but a press of natter will prevent its appearance in this issue. It shall appear in due course. " Sanco. " We have published " Sanceo's" piece as it contains nothing personal or ob. jectionable that we can ...

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 July 1854

A ____ _ - - -_ _ _ _ _ _ FOGARTIE & DELAlND'S, CORNER KING 1N VENTWORTIl-TREER Spring lYlantillas, PARIIS STYLES MANTILLAS, NEW DESIGNS. SPRING DRESS GOODS. CHOICE SELECTION BAREGE DE LAINES, FRUI 12 1-2 cents to 50 cents. Extra Colored Bareges, at '5 cents. Fabrics de Gossamer, new and desirable. 80 PIECES WIITE BiJlLLANI ES FOIL DRESSES, at 81.50 for 12 yards. Yard wide Colored French Chintz, at 12 1.2 cents, worth 25 cents. NEW ANI) RICII STYLE COl.OItE) SILKS, at 10 cent yard. 'laid India Silks, extra wide, at 75 cents peryard. SUMlMER VESTINGS, &c. 20 Pieces Summer Vestings, at 12 1-2 cents per pa.ttern. Linen Drills, for Gent's wear. Englisia Long4 Oloths, &c. Just received, 50 pieces inure of those line English Long Cloths, at 12 1-2 ets per yard. Yard wide extra fine American Long Cloths, at 12 1-2 cents. 6.1 wide Brown Sheeting, at 12 2 cents. IBROWN I1INIXV. 500 yards Brown Linen, sligtly spotted. at 12 1.2 cents-damaged in shipping. IRISH LIENS. 50 half-piece...

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 July 1854

For the Dinner. What 1 have Seen ! I've seen huge 1ountains pwards ri-e Lilling their summits towards tihe skies, I've stood beside tour awful steep And view'd the cataract onward leap. I've seen the sun, with wings of light, Disperse the gloomy shades of night; With warms embrace in roy howers Swvell opening buds to blooming flowers. I have seen bright spring her horn renew And bring forth flowers adl wet with dew. Still I've seen nothing 1 to touch " In beauty or grandier Whal -bonan. Roach. 8.tsco. Is it A ny body's B .iness. The tlollotwm.a: :s stiitistttl, :(Jr the con siderationo olt I whom , it may cmna ern, ly at me'mtb--r ofI :ht; inlt Your O)wni dust ness Society," with Ih hopio that I: may be prodtctiie of gooJ result. Is it anvhody': bu;sinaCss It it yentltman should choose To wait Lpon)a ady, If the lady don't I efue? Or-to speak a little plniner, 'T'hat the mae.wing all may know Is it any body's busioess If a lady has a beau! I ta person's onl the sidettlwalk, Whether ...

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 July 1854

DEVOTED TO SOUTHIERN IHS DEMOCRACY, NEWSNRGT, LITERATURE, AGRICUIEIISI1C ~iTl W AVILLIAM LEWIS, JOHN S. RICHARDSON, J., PROPIETORS. ' (lg-((fl giis-NN iN AUVANCE TSUMERVILLE, S. C., JULY 26, 1854. NO. 39. THE SUMTER BANNER, is PUtLISIED Every Wednesday Morning BY Lewis & Richardson. TERYMS, TWO DOLLARS in advance, Two Dollars sand Fifty Cents at the expiration of six months ,or Three Dollars at the end of the year. No paper discontinued until all arrearage are rAID, unless at the option of the Proprietor. Advertisements inserted at SEVENTY FI .Cents per square, (12 lines or less,) for the first, and half that sum for each subsequtnt insertion, (Official advertisements the same each time). SW The number of insertions to be marked on aH Advertisemnents or they will be published until ordered to be distontinued, and charged accordin y. ? ONE DOLLAR r square fora single insertion. Quarterly and Monthly Advertise manta will be charged the sanie as a single in sertion. and semi-monthl...

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 July 1854

THE SUIITEI DINNRR. ,1. S. ICIIAIDSON, Jit. EDITOuS. ,OIIN II. LOGAN, WEDNESDAY. JULY 26, 1854. g=-j' Persons wishingv to see us upon business connected with the Pa per 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 Sot.oaioss' New Store. All business connected with the paper must be transacted with WILLAni Lnwis, Jon N S. RtcirAnnsoy, jr., or R. C. Loca. Mr. It. C. LOGAN, the Foreman of Banner Office, is our only auhorised Agent to receive money and give receipts for the same, and may always be found at the Banner Office. All letters aldrese'l to the Banner must be pre-p:id to imsure nttenu ion. COTTON .IAstE&CT. CHARLESTON JUt.Y 2. COTTON.-There was a .ond den:w:l for this article to-day, the tran.<actions tiav ing rr ached upwards of 9(11 ha:es, the hulk of the operations. nowevter, wre con fined to the common qualitites. Former prices were fully sustained. The extren. es ranged from 7 to 01c. " Sanco....

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 July 1854

I)r. Gtasito's Improecd E; rtract of Yelloo )uck rind Snrsapari l!a is a suro remudy for he. reditary taints. 'l'housantlt of indiviluals are cured with grievous coin pluints which they inherit from their p arents. Tue useof the 1fellmo Dock and .Sar.saparilla will prevent all this. anl save at -Vast arnount of misery andi tnany valamblet lives, 'for it thoroughlh r.rpiels from the system the La tent taint, which is the reed of disease, and so takes oif' the curse by which the sins or misfor tunes of the parents are so often visited upon the innocent uoi;pring. Parents owe it to their chiliren to guard them against the eflect of maladies that may be corn maunicated by decent, and children of parents that have at any time been efil-eted with con sumption, Scrofula or syphilis, owe it to theim selves to tako precaution against the disease being revived in them. Guysott's Extract of Yellow Dock Antd Sarsaparilla is a sure anti dote in such cases. See advertisement. New Establishment, R...

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 July 1854

(cONIsUE) 110.it FIRST L'A( Ei.) witi.in its oiwn territories ngainst its own citizens." Now. sir, this is t.h !anguage s"lcct. ed t y the Al'xicaun connil-ioii,i '. who snake the treaty. And I hu could be moitire il,, 1no" . morunte 'C Omlprehenisive, in, o.4 mv . 111kh idea of obligatit'n upon our pat t to p'iI teet the citizens ut !lexico to the failli,t extent ? We are to extend tit them the protection which, i' ilaced under like circumstances, we should extend to our citizens. And what legree of protection is ne'ctesarily impt Zia-ed in this idea. Why, sir, win we t asia-r the power of this goteanniiu ; a natioe tvent .ive 1lii llions of - h. .. scud onec mzilli<. of stoldiets ,..... .I field to protect the rights (it on citi. zens-what sort of protection is it to be supposed they would aflird t Vh' ly sir, the losL perfect ti.e wit of lan could dovise. And the Mexican coin inissioners, when they inst rted this clause into the treaty, tut antt tat stiput1 late for the uttmst...

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. — 26 July 1854

(cosTINUEiI a1O.u ritRST PAG E.) wiii.in its own territories against its own Citizens." Now. sir, this is 1'1 !angnage select. ead 1 y the Alexicau counil:ionets ,rwho make the treaty. And I hat could he miaore api, mo- a luore *'coijrehens.ivit, in m ivei'. I h Idea of oblipitio'n llpon1 our pll . to p''tect the citizens ,I Mexico to the flll.>:t extent ? We are to extend to theta the protection W hie. if jplaced under like circumstances, we should extend to our citizens. And what legree of protection is iiecea rily i mpli d in this idea. Why, sir, wtivil we e tsnier the power of this go cio.. a mdtio' tweit .live millions of I .ph-. " .: .. seud one millic.' oll solidiers ..... .1 . field to protect the rights (f oui eiii. zens-what sort of protection is it to be supposed they would afllrd ? Why sir, the most perfect t i.e wit of Imn2n could dovise. And the el xican comi missioners, when they inSt rted this ci se into the treaty, In alit to stijpu. late for the uttiost possible...

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. — 26 July 1854

r (cosTaxuE FluO.u FIRST 'AG E.) within its own territories against its own citizens." Now, sir, this is th, !anguage select. ed ty the Mexican comunis'.ione who make the treaty. And I . hat could he moture al, nor it mire icmprehensve, in ,oives igt le ileat of obliiation upon our pa t to pro 'tect the citizens of Mexico to the fhl let extaent,? We are to extend tol them the protection which. if placed under like circumstances, we should extend to our citizens. And what degree of protection is n'ce:s-arily imapliid in this idel. Why, sir, when we t" 'siler the powver of this govermni* i; a nmtior twentl .li'e mlillioins of I j.opl. , . ., send One miilli.n o soldiers a..; . field to protect the rights (It on citi. zens-what sort of protection is it to be supposed they would ailord ? W hy sir, the most perfect tie wit of 11man could devise. And the Mexican coma missioners, when they inserted this clause into the treaty, iant nt to stipn. late for the utmost possible degree of protec...

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. — 2 August 1854

-' - - - a~- . DEVOTED TO SOUTHERN RIGHTS, DEMOCRACY 7 h, LITERATURE, AGRICULTURE, SCIENCE ND THE ARTS. WILLIAM LEWIS - -JOHN S. RJICIIARDSON, Ji., PROPRIETORS. r u VOL. VIII. SUMTERVILL . C., AUGUST 2, 1S4a THE SUMTER BANNER, Is rt1LISHED Every Wednesday MVorning BY Lewis & Richardson. T ER MS, TWO DOLLARS in advance, Two Dollars and Fifty Cents at thie expiration of six nonis er 'T'hree Dollars at the end of the year. No paper discontinued iuntil all arrearuges are PAI D, tinless at the option of the Proprietor. -Advertisement inserted at 8EVENTY FIVE Cents per square, (12 lines or less,) for 'he first, and tal' a:4urm for each subseqemnt inertion, (Official advertisements the ite each time). Q-. The number of insertions to be marked on tall Advertisentents or they will be published 'until ordered to be discontinued, and cheargedl accordingiv. . ' ONE DOLLAR per square for a single 'insertion. Quarterly and Monthly Advertise -ments will be charged the Hanle as a single in -ser...

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. — 2 August 1854

I)EVOTED WILLIAM LEWIS, - JOHN S. RICIIARIU)SON VOL. VIII. THE SUMTER BANNER is PUlr.tsttil:D Ever y Vednesday :Iorning BY Lewis & Richardson. T'W DOLLASt in atdvance, Two )onlars and Fifty Cents at the expiration of six Inonitls or 'I'hree Dollars at the end of the year. No paper discontirnedl until all arrearnges are r. tD, u1nless' at tihe option of the Prolprietor. 29V" Advertisernents inserted at SEIVEN'I'Y .1FIVl Cents per squatre, (12 lines or less,) for tIhe first, and half that stn for each subsectsetnt. uinsertion, (Official advertisements tie ,une each timme). " Thee numher of insertions to e inn rked on all Advertisements or they will be publisiheel ,until ordered to be discuntinued, anid ciharget -accortingv. . ER ONE I DOILAR per sqtlre for a sitgle 'I iertion.l. Qtutirterl y andi alouth!y Adiverti se -muents will be charged the Sane a a sitngle in 'sertion. and seillt-molanthily the sane as new o ties Froun the Colunbia Ulanner. F1IIIT PRIZE TALG. MICH AEL AILJUOT...

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. — 2 August 1854

di . . the vender dailyv io!ct ; law of his hind :aid11 of 61 S .4cc! i A.,.. wherever the law, " the State's cilleet. ed will," tais said, " put down the tratile," what right ha' he lst? 1f - any let him answer. There is none. Then let himn g :Intl obey that divine coltirmatid and in the sweat of his brow, - eat his honest bread. Thus vou see whist. the olject which ttiperttanee mtnit ave inl view, wotlld not i u, icce.t 11pon the riiglt.s ~f the weatkest (it 1!zc1. . hey d.. not t1-ar to heartd the 1iln in his den.11. Teplcer~antce troeni1 let us 1"11u1 lute the zeal oif our I'aledr .1 udge O'Neall, until this veil whlib is uno,rt. ban'efil than the deadly Upas" tree, lie removed frc nc our be"h " -d '.r-lmii ci. * Birothecrt of the " 1..1'net1 Sturi* Div isiont" Suns o' Teinveraclie, yoll ,ee uti hat a rast arr.l o f ower is against I ".." :and it dependt(s 11pon) o111 e'xeion ;ni,1 ,1 1.11" tirin with 11hie gre;.t ,11d11 of tenujgu. aue men to aid the Iate of' thci, pest of soci...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
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