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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 6 September 1854

J.S. flCITARDSON, J14. JOUN 1t. i.OGAN, Eons. WEINESDAY, SEPT., 6, 1tT 'W. V. WALKI.., Jun., Esqr., is our d'uly-ahloinred iht i'n ' >)lu blia. i. C., to receive hriil rece'p: for tll sum- due the Smnfor flnnern. '" Ed i'rsons W,ainnIIe to see us upon tbusir'ss connected wit'h the Paper or Law, tlAri find us at any hour during the day, t'ept from four to'five in theafr4fioh, at our office, just back or 8o'.oMons' N'6w Mare. All businaess'irn n ct'e'withthe la er insist be -transacted with W' aJAM I.-wrs, .lite S. Rwcirinnsoy, j'ir,' It. C. Luhcas. Sir. Rt. C. Ihmt tfieTF'r lann of ILaner the,' is 'our otly' authorised Agent to receive-riony ahd give receipts for the Faine, and may always be found at the Ilanmer Office. All letters addressed to the: / wn w ar must be pre-paid to insure a ttu t t in. Our UoWkili~l'mfc ' - Ow i to :ome inisianageteitnt our usual wevkly dorre.pondence has not been received. No- Excu>c. We have never bef-recilled on our readers to e:xcuse editorial...

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. — 6 September 1854

Anatomical Lettes And * Demonstrations. ft. MYDDl''ON MCiCiEL will com m sutuece his private course on A natomy and Physiology, on the first Monday in November. at his Anateonical Rooms, op. posite the Medical College. Dr. MIcIur.L offers the following advan tages to Students ttending the Medical session in Charleston. A complete coui of Lectures is delivered during she seawn on Anatomy and i'hysio!ogy, the Professor illustrating his course b.y prep:aratiun, ,drawings and models. Dissections -a're 'ondneted on an improved plan, consisting in interrogating ech member of the class, and making him demonstrate his own d.e. section. The Student may hereby multi. ply his opportunities for acquiring a knowl. edige'of tine of the most impurtant and difli. cult departments taught in the OollAeuO. -Saturdays are devoted to Micro-copical Anatomy. Examinations are held regulativ 'every It ght on each of the several branches, giv ing the class the beneht of a reheaesal, in a :condensedh forir, o...

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. — 6 September 1854

CSQUIER, I fanufactnrer and G~eneral DEALER IrN FINEf, AND PLAIJN At "veiy b.tv picesr fur coin. Ile is c asi~ilit '.y ri'plrtiarir i Inn l~n'e on-o"r: mnrt fruont is MAtNE 1'AC'l'ttA its Colairnalaja, ui from Drc'. Foark, ;taad msoW oilers a gre~ate~r varie.t y thann risass;,~ e- peniadll ~ ina FANCY AND F.NA~1l:Ll*;I) IINtITlIlI. Sitting andr Ror'kir. t Chairs. et ,\". A. H!. (:Al.' a)' Sl'l'Eltl1(lt AND York tnI, ii riner. = rr All i iaanos~ sirFr tre .Old 1, 14 lri.rrre tlrmrrarr!,I tut " t,. year oar longer. A1l l'irnl.. of F'arriani:ro: neatly antl pr('arrjr.I raerr~ir. Al 1",.g"" 1~t 4A' *II lI:i(NY vfr:N I;E&8 on brae!; 'I its ~n. er Cainet Maker'sr Sla:erial, iam W A.t..l'Al'lElt A N U. BOZIDEltlN(;, a a': tnl iti u-r"s r,nirutar. ~jr uanernls i'Lrvir at shlort notice witha AltiUlic an ail Wooird ('lliana. Hie weal,! re.-lieecfuliy invite lais frioendaaqrui tire public generally to call anal exramine iris s tor~k. J OBE;RT A. YOU GUE, C: (1,11".1Iati. .%. BIEGS le ave t...

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. — 6 September 1854

, SQUIER, Ilanufacturer and General DE A FXR IN FTNE ;AND PL4I4E I \j'':1 L.'A'Iit.. & . Y A' t vm~m la imriaa'a Ihr taa'l. 1ie is a'ansgtanl. iv ra-iiiansi:', ill Iair.t* a.tm.Elrn-t frmij is MA N-,i FA~C'T' .1' in l'ol 'zamia, aand Irons i\aw York. sadit nw amll*rs it reamter variety thann ;mruiu a~'. initl,. so in FA %NCY A ND[ ENAMELLEIID L i HIt RE, Sitt ing and R~a a,im.m. ('Hairs. &a' a.' A. V.(.' t CO m.'S St'l'I:ltlOlI .1\U (;REA''. I 'ia VE~l l'.tNo'- . : Now "Turk 'a: I, 1"ir. L ,; ' .1l1li'ima'. ar i-'mrnl sir. -tAl l.1 hii..i tire a arraitm,.i lie, :,." ye*ar rr lonfge-r. 'Al h .indl . if I"tirnit :r.: ntai i a ill prt~miild ru'inireal.. .1 I",1." 14.1 oaif 31110( AN'i 1'": E;i'iR on hmandi tr- ii a.r at:ableL Maker's \1: eariatiu, in gnat 'va:set:. W 11I.!.-'.1'Eit A N 1) I3UZtDEiU\(;, a :.uit l ic -d sartm,.mitt. Si-miaargils 'L.rvtea at salmor notice with 91 sheli rinmd 11'00.i Cadlimat. lie waoniIl rei'Ima-tlully invite hie friends gc thec public generally t...

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. — 13 September 1854

DEY0TED TO SOUTHERN RIGHTS, DEMOCRACY, NEWS, LIRATTJRE AGRIdULTUR SCIENCE AND ThE ARTS. WILLIAM LEWIS, LJOIIN S. RICHARDSON, PROPIETORS. - e n TERMS-62 1.N ADVANCb VOL - VIII. SIJMTERVILLE, S. X., SEPT., 13, 1854. NO. 46 THE SUMTER BANNER IS PUBLISHED Every V eIIeeday Moraiang BY. Lewis & RichaIa , . T ER iiS, TWO DOLLARS in advance, Two. Dollars and Fifty Cents at the expiratioin of tix months or Three Dollars at the end of the year. > No xer liscontinuel until all arrearag s lre rA ID, unless at the option of the l'roprietor. I ' Alvertisements inserted at SEV ENTY FIV ' Cgnts per square, (12 lines or less,) for ,the first, antl half that stim for each auhseqaaent ,insertion, (OiltcIal advertisements the same each time). IT'" The nunbe'r of insertions to he marked ,on all A-tvertiseueiqs or they will be published until ord-ired to be discontinued, and charged accorcenm-". .,t-- tiN DOLL~h per square fora single insertion. Quarterly and Monthly Advertise ments win h. charred...

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. — 13 September 1854

WILLIAM LEWIS, . - JOI1N S. RICHARDSON, VOL. VIIIL THE SUMTER BANNER IS PUBLIsHED % Every Wedaneday Iorning " BY Lewis & RichaiTsit, TR IMs, TWO DOLLARS in advance, Two Dollars and Fifty Cents at time expiration of six months or Three Dollars at the end of the year. - No paper discontirnuel until all trrear s Sre PA II), unless at the option of the Proprietor. - Advertisements inserted at SEV ENTY F1 'Cants per square, (12 lines or less,) far ,the first, anti half that sumt for each suhseqnmii. Irsertion, (6 1 Sal advertisements the saine each tinme). t' Tlie nume'r of insertions to be marked ,on all A'tvertiseuemts or they will be publislhed until .rired to be didcontinued, and charged accorun n. . . N < )DOLL..h per square for a single insertion. Q uarterly and Monthly Adivertise meats wm the chargel the amne as a single in sertion. and seni-monthly the same'as new ones Destrn ctioa Of thA iglil sitioni ini Spain. In 1809, Col. Lchniranowsky was ;attatched to that part of R...

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. — 13 September 1854

SUMTER BANNER. J. S. RICIIARI)SON, Ja. Em-ron. JOHN R. LOGAN, E WEDNESDAY, SEPT., 13, 1854. Q37 W. W. WA.KER, Jun., Esgr., is our duly appointed agent in Columbia, S. C., to receive and receipt for all sums due the Snmter Banner. -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 live in the afternoon, at our office, just back of Soz.omoss' New Store. All business connected with the paper must be transacted with WI.LIAM LrEwis, Join- S. RICIAlNDSO , jr., or It. C. Lo.as. Mr. R. C. LOGAN, the Foreman of Banner Office, is our only authorised Agent to receive money nid 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. ConnInaunications. The Indian Chief's communication is too late for this issue, it will be disposed of next week. Marriages and Obituarys. We cann')t publish these notices when .not accom...

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. — 13 September 1854

WIL. & MAN. RAIL ROAD. Witl.:ulso-ros. N. Sept. 5, 135.. FRIOM and after this date, (until fur ther notice.) The 1)AY PANSSENGERt TRAINS oni this road will d scontinue their regular Trips on Sunday.;. Iy order of the board of Directors. JA1MES P. (I3OERTSON, Act'ng Superi tendant. sept. 1:1, 18~>t 46 2t So. Carolina----Sumter Dist., By W1'. L1: 1W1.xN, EJse., Ordinary for said District. Whereas, Elias I lodge hath applied to Inc for lleers of .tdntiist ration, on all and singu lar the goods and chattles, rights anid creditors of the late 31atilder Ilodge of the saidl District, dheceased. These are, therefore, to cite and adinon ish all and singular, the kindred and credi tors of the said dcreased, to be and appear before me at our next Ordinary's Court for the said District, to be holden at Souter Court louse on Friday the 2'2nd day of September inst., to show cause, if any, why the said administration should not be granted. *. Given under my hand and seal, the Mlth day of Se...

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. — 13 September 1854

r WIL. & MAN. RAIL ROAD. WuI.MINOTON, N. Sept. 5, 18.5.1. FilOM and after this date, (until fur ther notice.) The ).\Y 'ASENEGIR T']RAJINS on this road will d scontinue their regular trips on Sunday.. By order of the board of Directors. JAM ES P. R )IIEI'SON, Act'ng Superin tendant. Sept. 18, 1851 dili ", t So. Carolina----Sumter Dist., By I'. 11 I WIN, Esq., Ordinaryfor said I)strict. Whereas, Elias Ilodge hath applied to te for Lettrs rif Atinissist ration, on all and singular the goods and chattles, rights and creditors of the late Matilder Mldge of the said District, deceased. 'T'hese are, tlerethre, to cite and admon ish aIII and singular, the kindred and credi tors of the said ieceased, to be ani appear before me at our next Ordinary's Court for the said District, to be holden at Sumter Court house on Friday the 22nd day of September inst., to show cause, if any, why the said administration should not be granted. + Given under ly hand and seal, the 18th day of September, 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. — 13 September 1854

Ihr, N.208 AND 210. AIA i'FAT AIN in ' I E Cumi ,n fro Z ,_.t CtiNT l&FL'l' C Mfanufacturer and General DEALER IN FIEAND PLAIN A t v. ry le,' tpr'es foirest h. Ile isco fnstant. New York, and now oilers a greater varies than etmunI, especially so in FANCY AND FNA .IllLL3D. FURNITURE, Sitting and muocking C:hnirse.-. A. i. (A.tit'c.'S SU PERIORt AN[D 'GitF.ATLY I~llltfypiit) PIANOS, at New "York en-h prices. E AllT'iaows or Furni ture gold by him arc warratnted'r a-e vear or longer. All kinds cf Furnitfrc 'neatly and promptly repaired. A large lot of M.lIIO(C NY VEN EERS on 'hand, ns tth other Cabinet kIchier's Materials;it -geat variety. WAl.L-I'Al'Elt A N I) BORDERING, a large and fich assortment. !j? 'nnerals setveld it short notice with 1lealic nnd Wood Coffins. lie would respectfully invite his ftrnds and the public generally to call and exattinbhis stock. Marah 15, 185'. .20 ^ly. ROBERT A. YONGUE, COLUMBIA, S. C. BEGS leave to call the attention of his friends and fhe puie ...

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. — 13 September 1854

NO. 208 ANDg'10. M1 A I N 8 T 11 E I COLUMIlA , S. C.'A Manufacturer and General DEALER IN FINE AND PLAIN Pint Cha-irA9 A I.-- 1,' l.' 2 & c. A I v,-ry I#,'%% lr'res for enash. Ile is constant. IV repulenishiYg -is Inre assortment fromt Iris 31ANIFACTOlty in~ Columbia, and iromi New York. and now olfers a greater variet than io,11M, especially so in FANCY AN ENA- llCLtM- FUlRNITURE, Sitting and tRocking Chairs/&.. A . 11. G A'. C 1; 'SIS . 'El10 It A N D) G1iEF.ATL rlaIitoVEi PIANOS, at New York ca:-h prices. E AllTiawss w Furni. tire sold by him nre warnatedebr-ee vaar or longer. All kinds Cf Furnirre 'neady -and .prompily repaired. A large lot of 31'dlOGA NY VENEERWS on hand, w% ilh other Cabinet M1Ifter's Materiaisin fr&-at variety. WALL'A PEl A N D BORDERING, a large and fich assortnit. v' Funerals setve'd it short notice with Metalic and Wood Collins. . Ile would respectfully invite his fr-inds and the public generally to -call and exantinb'his stock. Maroh 15, 185....

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. — 20 September 1854

DEVOTED TO SOUTHERN RIGHTS, DEMOCRACY, NEWS, LITERATURE, AGRICULTURE, SCIENCE AND THE ARTS. WILLIAM L1EWIS, - JOHN S. RICHAR DSON, JR., ROt(PRETORS. e TERMS-02 IN ADVANCE VOtL. VIII. SUITERVILLE, S. C., SEPT., 20 S54.N -NO. 47 THE SUMTER BANNER * Every W edte3day Yorsaiang lix Lewis & Richardson, TWO I)OT.I.AltS iii atdvance, Two Dollars and Fifty Cents at the expiration of six muntlh or Three Dollars at the end of the year. No ltper disonttimiatee until all arrearages ore PA re, 1inlets at the Option of thi 'ropretor. f Aivertisemnents insertedl at SlVI-:NT'V FIVr. Cents per qeitre, (12 lines or less,) for the first, and half tihat sum for each subsequent Insertion, (Ollicial advertisements the same caelt time). gI T he nuitnher of insertions to he marked on all Ad vertisernents or they wilt he published lentil ordered to be discontinued, anti charged 'accordinigly. t ' ONEI DOL.T.AR per square for a single ins-:rtion. Qinurterly and lontlaly Advertise ments twill be chargeel t...

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. — 20 September 1854

DEVOTED TO SOUTHERN RIGHTS, DEMOCRACY, NEWS, LITERATURE, AGRICULTURE, SCIENCE AND THE ARTS. WILLIAM LEWIS, - JOHN S. RICHARDSON, JiR., PROPRIETORS. e -t. TERMS-621 N ADVANCE VOL. VIII. SUlITERVILLE, S. C., SEPT., 204 1854. NO. 47. THE SUMTER BANNER 15 i'U t1l.Slli l S Every Wedmei4dny 3Ioriiiiig BY Lewis & Richardson, TWO 1)OT.T.ASt in alvance, Two Dollars and Fifty :erits at the expiration of six inonlths or Three Dollars at the: end of the year. No paper disontinnedi until all arrearage's ore PAIL, 1imless at the option of the 'rnprietor. 7 A Ivertisetnents inserted at SIVi-:NT' FI' Cents per square, (1' lines or less,) for the first, and half that sum for each subsequent Insertiin, (Oficial advertisellents tine same 'each timne). g 'I'he number of insertions to he marked on all Aivertisements or they will be publishedl 1ntil orderel to be discontinued, and eharged accorcdingly. gY' ON f" 1)Ot.I.AIt per square for a single insertion. Qnnrterly and Montlily Advert te ments will...

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. — 20 September 1854

1I'l8 NUB'it B 2 811l. J. S. 1<lC'l A itDLSON, J .. .111 N t,. LOGAN .nrrOs. WEDNEISDAY. SEPT., 20, 1851. LtT \\. W. \\ 11'..1n., Esgr., is our duly a;,p:.inlei aig lit in (.ohnai!hia, S. C., to receis :a'id receipt for a'Il soin du1e the Satr IBano1r. * Persons wishint' to see us upon business connected with the Paper or Law, can find' us at any hour during the day, c:<erpt from four to five in the afiernoon, at our talirel, iiust back of So: oItoxs' New Store. All btsine.s ceonnected with the palper must lie tr:ansarted wtitIi WILLIAM a.twis, .toan S. lhenAnosos, jr., or It C. io;,hA. Mle. R. C. I,0."tt, ie Foreman of Uto, It. Oliiee, is our nl y authorised Agent t, reeiv ini, Vne antid :.ive rei'e1:,ts u' fr Ihe saline, and iay;sv always be found at the Banner Office. All Ie:ters addressed to the Banner must be pre-paid to insure A Co munication. We pub. lish this week a e4 4:1111mni cation on tit he sub~jct of Stat e pllitic. -Oil Ihese ques-'tinin outr capacity (Of pulhie...

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. — 20 September 1854

I am vow receivi&g ONE 0F TEttlE LiEe it ever br'oughit t which I will sell low for cash or to nppro experience and the ready money to buy got art:les remnarkably cheap. viz: A .AlGE STO'.K OF DRY GOC IIATS. C;.\l' , : ilOES, C:OPE' BUIllDIN 1 AIltALS, CAPl'P lARD WAlRE, of all description-, I STONE JUGS AND JIARES5, ST( CARIIIAGE TRIMMINGS, CARIR LEA'Pi Il ER OF' AI.d KIDS, Sadd STATIONA RY AND CONFJCTI CROUK lit Y, in dinner setts and oil GROC:1lllS, o' all k inds. U And alsnost 113y article Sept. t2i, 1X54. Daily Express. ADAMS EXPIEtSS COMPANY'S LINE having been extended to *uitnler. ville, the Ml-'RCI IANTS aonl CITIZENS have drily lacihties for prouring Ileav; Goods andi all descriptions of Ii!ZIt and vatuabie packages Irom Ciw r/eston and the So, bn t h y i way of the Sobth (aroi ta and Vslungton and Alanchsster loinds, ands fron all poitls North via lViinington, N. C. Competot and attentire -Mcssen gers " accomiipany each mail train Ior the security and promp/ delvery al...

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. — 20 September 1854

A C. SQUIER, NO. 206 AND 210. - A INST RE ET COLUIiIA, s, C. Manufacturer and General DEALER IN FINE AND PLAIN 'ianaos, Chairs, WAl.1.lPA PER, &c. &c. &c. At very low prices foar Cash. lie is consttnta Iv replentishing his large assortment from his .lMANUFACT()OIY in Columbia, and Iatrm New York, and now otTrs a greater variety than usual. especially so in FANCY ANT ENA3MELLED FI'ItNI'TUltE, Sitting and Rocking Clhairs. &c. &. A. Fl. G A i & CO.'S SUPlER1OR AND GREATLY IMPRIOVEI) PIANOS, at New York t-ftsh prices. 4' All Pianos or Furni ture sold by lihm are warrnted for one year or longer. All kinds cf Fttrnita:re neatl y and promptly repaired. A large lot of MAIHOGANY VEN EES on hand, with other Cabinet Maker's Materials, In gIeatt variety. WALL-PA'l;R A N 1) JIOlDIltlNG, a la re and rich assortment. > Y Ftnernal served at rlactt tlotice with letalie nill Wood Coffins. le would restpectfully invite his friends and the public generally to cull and examine...

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. — 27 September 1854

DEVOTED TO SOUTHERN RIGHTS, DEMOCRACY, NEWS, LITERATURE, AGRICULTURE SCIENCE AND THE ART5 WILLIAM LEWIS, - PROPRIETORS* " O -iot' RtWiR -i A JOHN ' RICHARDSON, Jn., R VOL..iii. SUMTERVILLE, S. C., SEPT., 27, 1S54. THE SUMTER BANNER Is PUBLISHED Every Wediesday Moralhaug BY Lewis & Richardson. T1, E RItIs, TWO DOLLARS in advance, Two Dollars land Fifty Ceits at the expiration of six months or Three Dollars at the end of the year. No paper discontinued until all arrearages are rA In, unless at the option of the Proprietor. r - Advertisements inserted at SEVENTY FIU 'Cents per square, (12 linesn or less,) for he' first, and Cal f that sum for each subsequent insertion, (Ollicial advertisements the same each time). .' jY The number of insertions to be marked on all Advertisonenta or they will be publismeil until ordered to be discontinued, an charged ' SN E DOLLAR per square for a single Jnsertion. Quarterly and Monthly Advertise nents will be charged the same as a single in. sertio...

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. — 27 September 1854

trial millions? Must they forever con. -ito live- flr below the level of ai -uppiness, under the strongest epftalimitiot to t-eek the transient d -.! pleasures of* alcohol, opium, and aobaceo? I do not think it necesmry to wait for the muillenlun of.ocial reorganiza. *tionl, to solve this problem. Mainust. ml will have his stimulnts, to ustuin his higher powers. We suust deter. tuine whether those stimulants shall he iinrcItiec atd destructive, or nour jahing, moral and healthful, Here, then, - is the cliinax of our reasoning:-man has an inhereit and indestructible love of stimulation, and le'iust ttiid that stimulation either in the poison that destroys him, or in the moral that elevates his life. Ten perance societies, then, must be roused to a new and higher view of their duties. It is not suflicient merely to arrest the sale of alcohol, even if we Could also suppress the use of opium and tobacco, which we cannot. That which temperance societies have, thus far, attempled, is but ...

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. — 27 September 1854

trial inullions? Must they forever con *-mie to) liv.- fitr below the level of u nil ..appineds, under the strongest te-mpttion to heek the transient dl ,'-v - pleasures of alcohol, opium, and t blnero? I do not think it. necesi'rv to wait for the mnillenlum of .ocial reorganiza. tion, to solve this problem. Man'munst 1"., will have his stimulunts, to ustuinl his higher powers. We must deter taine whether those stimulants shall he na.c(otic tand destructive, or niour ihing, moral and lealthful. Here, then, is the clinan of our reasoning:-man has an inherent and indestructible love of stimulation, and heo must tind that stimulation either in the poison that destroys him, or in the moral that elevates his life. Tern. perance societies, then, inust be roused to a 'new and higher view of their duties. - It is not sufficient merely to arrest the sale of alcohol, even it we could also suppress the use of opin and tobacco, which we cannot. That, which temperance societies have, thus far, a...

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. — 27 September 1854

PU4~sLnILN 3EIL3 I am now receiving ONE OF THE LARGI ever brought I which I will sell lov for cash or to appro% experience and the ready money to buy go< articles remarkably cheap, viz: A LARGE STOCK OF DRY GOC IIATS. CA PS, S110ES, COOPE BUILDING MATERIALS, CARIP HARDWARE, of all description.-, I STONE JUGS AND JARES, STI CARRIAGE TRit M M INGS, CARl LEATIIER OF ALLKINDS, Sadd STATIONARY AND CONFECTI CROCKERY, in diiner setts and oti GROCERI ES, of all kinds. And -vaikont any article Sept. 20, 1854. Penn Medical University OF PHILADELPHIA. Thliis New lustitution has abolished the annual repetition of Lectures and the comminmgleng of all branches, and subst itu led pnrogressie and much more e.ftensire studies, as demanded by our age. Medi cine is tanght in 24 branches, and distri buted, accordgin to thmir natural order of succe&ssion, over 4. Courses of Lecttures and Practical Exercises, field during 2 years, hy 12 Professors and .3 Detnonstra. tors. Such studies are more tho...

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