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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 19 April 1848

n itis Sp)a~oght'- arg frorn eachx placep 'y this, arrival we" are laced in d os -I- 4 .,of sion -oftanothier-4: dj prceingu ft Court of .Inqaiy, -fro our own repcrter. The next most inteirestmng-ntelbigence b this arrival -touches the designs of Sant Anina. If theo be faith in man, the ex-Pref ident designs leotving Mexico at once. I the latter part of arch one of his agent obtained a passport from thd American can naudapt at Orizaban, and went down to Vert Cruy ti charter a vessel for him, and w earn that pe succeeded in securing a bri which was at last acconts ying oilAntigu about twelve miles north 'of Vera Cru There Santa Anna proposes to embark, an thence sil for Jamai icn. Col. Hughep, iti said, had an interview 'ith hi at his hac enda of El Encero. Tlhe colonel went o1 with two companies of dragoons to mecet il thneral, at the request of the o er.-en have no particulars of the interview. San Anna was hourly expected down to embar A train arrived at Vera Cruz oin the 0ti from...

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 1848

att 8 Therleby ~Tii~ffi efiiiesrn 1PP *i'~i~tCud 863O O C a '*. Is~~~ b~rt IkeTpmoe VI '41) ;of 1'cimo .wJ~ anchester, N; IHe at n 'at expedient .tha1 a -monera Cant p ea ardsirtp hIqo e , nae.dien, or in yeas ayere J000O the *gBooh-jtov.Dan, I eL WistJfhuirch, New ".),1io4, ew gin a conference at. o ik in a ,biot hor OPi eIpcYA 6 a. of. a leiky. -ne ~ d mnc gtaro~n~w b eng. too tigti an iith ri-epiatisn in the fe1, if t ,hii amputation at the tttlrentlh The pap~ers report tratuent 'throtghout was nIllmis.--Tite elate sparateclause of tije- newlv utitution of Illinois re!ntive. -tg Of qr)or, gave themn thle igibf 1iorre -tt it restricts the Ainugra nroietion, under any Mrcuinstui o?*jeY iie~ s in' 1'the St1te and w.4 --8 far from being detd, aul. a r. Coolidge is ulenrmhg &(461uiiiker in 1.s coll -,16 tho rison. -S 1 S10 .-ht j ."V tsi Paeio unli/.i, is re tugitat ouiise philoupe vj~ii~ui~ noabody in1 ma; a-thart ope. _7e 1^ .uh .t a a e w e'itglow glass--that Louis ; rfo~ o ret...

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 April 1848

-N to e0 sa tant t ewillWrequiileIe a 46,f -strate I trust you will allow 1 mue tbsiaee okvyoma vAluAble paperto s f gAt he peple of South Carolina th e nanie, 9 loi. GIN S. IICHARDsON, as .e one emtienIy qualified to disciarge the high 8 and onsble duties of COVERNOR OF s SOUTI AiOLInA.. Judge Richardson has I been long ind favorably known to the people m ,.t*iStte, as a faithful public servant. 1 Swas i bygone years, Attorney General of South Carolina, and discharged. theoldu - ties of that high office with an ability so marked, that upon the first occasion which offered, he was transrerred to the Bench. As a Judge, he has served the State for about 3Q years, with an ability and integrity that places him by the side of the first ien in* ('arolina. His age, virtues, experience p and learning point to him as the man fir the c office. - Him whole life has been Ispent in the public service, and in this view, lie 'has be come the property of the State. U I have the honor, Mr. Editor, t...

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. — 19 April 1848

. 1% 1k 1 itheI it; 90nelctn. '~ toAannounceoSrSM e atorei nouce WIL. ",Es s a andidate for ~ of rnipraiance Bi~'d~ggh2n~ udncilo waserude.* M IA A "' of. allkl ti It -codiM~ititraotlIs publiebe tSzo.. 'at no slave wh0se 8wner I ni e Imits ofU the town of1 sumntei me, .e permitted to work nb n t #eAr int be first pro. o for which, the sum 'f4ig ts, for toiihthoiulablorers, ~audthe of onidollatridfity cents for mechati ciehell-I biaid: and that no permit shall l' a longer timeitI three months: and Vfylse shall neglect to procure a per'. 41Ev'ie eh'i1- b6 imprisoned by: tile lil 0el0ssod by Council; and in; aii s aet Mtlibeity, i~.i the expenses of. hisother arrest and 16risontment have le frataad. - .ad P'~blished by order of Council, J. . N. HAMMET, Clerk of OuncM MatcWh8th, -4. 21 -tf BUCEPHALUS, JR.o he sbscribei -throug thesoiiaino Mesfriends, has made arrangeme'ts to stand his celebrated Horse DCEPHALUS, Jr. iP Smnter District, the ensuing- spring. aid Horse may be expectedtn pa...

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. — 19 April 1848

innogpee him as a candidate for Representative at the ensuing election Jan.19,1848. . 1 tf Mr. Editor: Pfease announce Capt. T. M. BAKER as a candidate for Re. presentative at the ensuing election, MANY VOT.ERS. Jan. 12, 184. 11 tf (T~We are authorized to an nounco DANIEL H. RICHBOURG, a can didate for the office of Clerk at the ensuing election. Jan. 26, 1846. 13 tf ETThe friends of JACOB H. WHITE HEAD, Esq., announce him as a candidate for Sheriff, at the ensuing election. gTWe are authorized to announce JO. M. NETTLES, Esq., a candidate for the of fice of Tax Colleator for Claremont county, at the ensuing election. L7We are authorized to announce WIL LIAM G. BARRET, Esq., as a candidate for Tax Collector, at the ensuing Election. Extract of an Ordinance Enacted by the Town Council of Sumterrille: For the information of all whom it may concern, the following extract is published, to-wit: "SEc. 8. That no slave whsso owner resides without the limits of the town of Sumterville, shal...

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 1848

-X* f4 ui-p IIno -e- ie 49t.o0 ked on v be imblish. to outinuod, and Sa~b e aine as .&single 00i Y 0the same as new hi. edin.six lipes ati 't n tinse'nengJtandi. d i 6,eor st-r puffing 1 Mlch ~ as Advertise tko woln ad" AI.o6'hWtmorl:fmy bedrawn from tP uhmo k sketch, copied U 'rbinice my wife df d 4P'-Mr. Slackwa. to I 7 a ollar about you .,nmorning?' I elt in M. ~a&'jokt, and I, felt in my b 1.turned my, purse ini b lWasr..empty space V ffri ant from specie; so I saI aackwater, 'I've lost it, my dthere must be-a hole in my sow it Up,' said she. two.after, I niet Tom Steb. hi *did that- ice creain set?'said sad,,.iko tibesun, glori -1is.poke, it flashed upon r i y ng hlir dollar had paid e creams; howelver, I held my p Slackwater sometimes m ar. s.lAnd even whel sheas. a d . aL~fast. next morning that t 46 1riny rocket, what could aroW and say, 'Ah isn't ad gone by, my wife, ip mate as she is,. always j.hange to keep, called fCrui g e wlich had beer, de. easury for safe kee...

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. — 17 May 1848

n~ve~ueed i~~~ a ei the me "O flnd miatterst e. oract. -$ t~~4 '~' "fi Pa A here ~et~flr te Es~e~ to~days,thatl'rgi to ths (fith of nekt month t fb C~~ThA.3 tomiimwwvaA 2mnt.,. .4wemt of preservingod a d txulty of _ge Siera Gordd l the opnionh exprssed to this ,time bythe tiembig of the udW Congreal are in -,i Acn~ 6itcious M xicans have - induced eueral Aznetiden officers, as it appears, re.. lo#titl, to 'ome to Queretaro, and they have isted in the aIrmy Three 6f them h*v6 been sent to iadalajara, and the others ite walting here foith'eir appointments. In Ay uext letter Iwill give you their name. The t*o battalions of San Patrico coitaist of from a hundred to. an hundred and twenty" .The sage which lefthls city fur Guana juito-yesteiday was attacked .by a band of. robber/abodt? Ifve'iles frin here. The pai sengers fired and killed 'one of the: robbers, who'was carried ofTimmrediately by his com panions. The passengers-returned-to town, and asked the Governmerit fof an escort, whic...

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 1848

p, P derl ed. -alul~h rn~thak,~ere 44,~ a Ih- hip This *as igrpa tie ylA Soooh-vlp the end * d and pqnted. *1 tl the Odd Felotiof fite ie nex anniver h i8th idst b a 7 arenon Deptihege. 8 1 i ' *1E,'adipted foithe 60 (ocasion cdon"ating .."Ii atof anlyi if at the foot of d a d there with ti iie le green fo. I ~At'biefi frehening beauty 6VlAtilafso the hillv lndscae. 1coi quite in vogue, n hour is pased .in e yo'ung and the old. ~I4~~~A GOOD ONE. .W ere very much amusod a short qb'a o'story, w hich was said to . not'. get is worthy of a ,i:ipi nitgreen -of course, lately putad neat our villngei .Whiloghnd his houk fastened 00 *Qg,tphis conception Us of o a fish. He pulied i 0sh came to liIht; his pn AInMoveable. Aftet wany tqisor its extrication, he det miglit be fastened to sone. o lins t than-a fish, arnd that he0 would - walks about a-.mile to anoth. shol4ors a.batteau, carriis it to bit aur ches it, and exults in AM 10 ' r, "saf Jn-uniooking his line. Sthi0t our chronicle does no...

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 1848

P. s -X v- A *Ila ya4 go18 ra gM r A tordd ft. 'umunce -MCa. ETTIMM E1q4 n iAe ovn Colliter for Csront fouty, at the nsng tiii tn. (E~'aeauthoried tbann UceWIL MiAM G.BARRET, Esq. asaudiate for Tax foilectW ooCt the neo"n. his fiend,, 6ide. arr 1 tip his celebratedHore BU BPHAL . in Sumster DitAci ditf the of pri'gs i o ay bel expectedo pan through, the Saleins, Sumtei b Fulton, and 17W. ar auhrie p~non er-L hapM &titARbur T sq and asin Fork daflack Rive aubso ther place there lictiont. ly enou, asd iaeaftnient to his. route, hich'Oie h deterined -by the groom, ine SipuerDibri-agooM, enis equal to any in the State. TzaM-BueephaluS, Jr., will be let to mares, at b4.0 the single leap, oo the seaonad and toinure atr to i. ro be in foal: 25 ceatero the gr oom, in every in stnc. Parting ith'tie mare forfSitt the insurance in every instane. Every eare ,ill bis tkep -to prevent ceidents, but no liability should any occur. 'N..B Where a companyt 6 or 8 mares is made ip by respensible 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. — 24 May 1848

INI. ---------* Nn - ai *1 n yY e theI e an Ie dnce -' Inv ia~ man, IW 9%falif eiiaaliplied." SD e t; he herede mn - c kir, an w os nIcentlyth pisahed bs;si ed tip erchisnsack, nc-loth. assptton- i aen~das pasd ownuhi offices, waor hen puoin x1ehind arre ged s Adveries; f ?"iZ5LAU t, r I dear!and- p omen ra b arus a id toar i ,- kidhusbaRING man, - k f hif was tid a partaken ofta Oftbi e kfast; he hto read the morn 4'k4' ersihroigh; he ham' stood directly n bie, ith his hnds clasped y sett.knrt, and chrl thorought O#,iAWv~hI~kcked off his slippers, loth.n line ly polished boots; ed his sack, nee -cloth 919.Mv es, ut on his ha, and Was pas hth door-teps, when a voice , ~~bhlid arrested his progress; for Mr~s'Lenoldas Boyd eclaimed, "Don't "h place of buinss hiemdi - thn t tsy dear!"and-a mo"vent no r the saltus and s earch!" goi MrbLebidbs Boyd was a Skind husband, and an indul igonKatee Not a day pastgd but his MR1Whief was'Ted a half-dozen knots .41 hb; W1adAy-in which. ie did not ...

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 1848

* -w - ---v1-- - - - - - *'] ta" On ean U t6 1tisleitlhns to ie arlced "'rne 1s. le0 dnionly theasaieal ne' ideseceen ilines, pblic ooff~ Ceb.trsaoafi..g charged as Advertise i mai must be paid.toin. ~&~C(P1EI ON$ ITNG. - "HUGERXINo man, '1elffli if unsuplied." lisBoyd-hid partaken of-a 6 uiu treakfast; he.had read the morn. i rough; he hact stood directly Ah' iie, with his hands clasped d a 66'at.skirts, and was thorough. jJ"W 'oKII;kicked oty his slippers, MOW h l f itoely polished boots; a id'U"fed up in his sack, neck.cloth hti16vlpia, ptt on -his hai, and Was pas. Atiw the door-steps, when .a voice be41hind arrested his progress; for 4i*, Lenoidae Boyd exclaimed, "Don't Iii the satrImy dear!" and a moment 40r. trthesalteratus and starch!" en go,/MrLeonidas Boyd was a nana kind husband, and an indul. thei Not a day passed but his a do-Mh-cf was tied a half-dozen knots 4 "M hlmfthhings he never would 60 r, u'fbtIa 4:4 in which he did not y llIld and "I will my dear!" wasure t...

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 1848

-Awliaisilr rdat . M,-d .4V. 3.,,... ," twpto le -a selu. htyweoti4& fo a lit. qNsas Iiai O.enstche.l0lby.. ,""add 'ahar. E i a dt f kianover. Thmpsou ,"-i, and "terlan Reomr, havmg ora mens t Ha fa s fo utfth.ipiNtao~h Chrtr 66eeting hae- beetheh_~fiti nd seeeisros toh (ut -Ensglan , an ofthe pr' Hresrioa d and te f itchefo, Dbffy, do Co cynine to lie'tp l pthe - counlyr l'erengthends piuo. Ont t, thrha, demontratins oiJ dl' 'and' ehoprsons, of cn;onfience in eorGoern-. mevn and a siaifatio with o the intiutin ofuty thenr aie fo r wa of oliddor, chieysin Ulthe.,1 ,inutl be adm'ittd tt'ascar. tumer a.gre I nerd triuut reah. -thrae atf 'Reat tend thoe "iofavoriofdre paeas o -he ato the Goenmn:atv out previ.-heyeem o the n6 p osec ion onao, cmri.s ianginge teof 'the near Tpoah fof a ciothen" teadring omes-t ,erin hand;anaemplt ade o lt -and telyoe of "ae onfiopen in for 1o ou vete an seeiton withe C te, meutins the teorhofdou periel adis seral~ of the land, e ar orwdiposec to n se...

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 1848

UT r"Alk!irinia SutdofIat ..n r .', o 19th' a iei thr of -en -chil. d .f S gi e Bhwas'ia kitida e1ti s othern nthe'. esy part' "he U" e religionad con t4 ie~xe P ar'ylmifember of thd~iethod;; arh iobnarly -thirty-five 6notithouargone' and -we rmid to sayWith othere a simi ei. lost the. loved-she will come no HeiMleW 9gone 'B life's de ert shore; alpt-uresfi h! h bloomed onftime's e Ift 6 udr~luitent of elve hve SMTEIWILLE, 16th May, 1848. O40n,'m 'y,Wy"to- .innterville to ay,'I lost; ( supposy "droppn from, pocket).a - red-P. CK . BO 0, con tainin tl$~theQne amoimt of about M5,00ethd iae thi n'o-oneou 844r 0 pave a e~ ry Hesesene, the rest payable td aaeiton and withe .tate of Wm. H e av er.Tthe finder will -confer a -b e 'a tdbypIn the Pocket c her 1lmay get hold of the l, erson buare forewarned trading SAS. B. HILTON. y -8184A8. 30 3t . G. Bow Wnsa 4 .0dt -Ar*, m. N. Gardner's iSUTeaRtiLPaul's Church, Zaw. On_ m e dve trn.readytiae toaay' those Mc 6104hiidby hisernie. Thankful for...

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 1848

*f C., ~ X.? ;3 6 V, 4 shka~iveattpnmlgeeto. Prn 8.kt 12 CapWTMB KLAER as an dai ~ Jn12~'~48. I ,111~ tf Editor :-lease mnnoup JOHN DAG ONE8 as a cr 1ta tothe office r of e of Couit istricta d oblige the $1 .. 1~HOS. Ap i26th,1848.' V 2 . tf;' * :3NW6.are authoriZed to an *unce DANIEL H RICHBOURG, a-64% -didate for the office of Clerk at the ensuing election..: Jan.2, 184. 13. tf FOR TAX COLLECTOR. anWe areu lthaid to announce JOS M. NETTLES, Esq., a candidate for the. of fice of Tax Collector for Claremont county, at the ensuing election. M7We are authorixed to announce WIL LIAM G.BARRET, Esq., as a candidate for Tax Collector, at the ensuing Election BUCEPHALUS, JR. The subscriber, through the solicitation of his friends, has ma4 arrangements to stand his celebrated HoMVBUCEPHALUS, Jr. t in Sumter Pistrict the ensuing. spring. Said.Horse ilytbe expected to pass:through the Salems, Sumterville, by.Fulton, and per hap Statesburg, and in the Fork of Black' River; and any other place ...

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 1848

-lm -* -. -1---iT fil~a ... rF * * A !YT i t0 ~ja $ISo thern christiaw 4 4:1'MPtT4 ~' FLORWAO 4i of fowere lovely-hued iistant far from theettho atillart : i an W wa, weetly t -te ear . Uesof that god Shephekds ,igltygowiagm eye dotha :eqr en990qui on pm- fl lowe's aSil, , t Pr .4 lovo mighty erge doth seek tbe n grden of"Ihe sea, and blimy blossomed land; i, '*easnnt well to me, sh iight U vng ee I's t t gdeaindeep~. ay, ka;by hIin were iiiid ocean brders ever leap rbe nd -ide amid densely d obeds thy hammock forest* On ffiy forest shades, siAfYdark retreate, from thy everg lades, -thea..andmfronhy breezes oft trud glens were loath red,-and sweat to thom thy etha ance'did their earts NL~ 4-hose dread war's part fronli thy congenial wild. m h any vie -a esqwp thr anthemns qwell, Iiausend strayinig lierds, a owTd aisles-whilst those ere& race bside, in 9eagirt homes, tInh do e'er in joy prolong eA-lit heartha-ait morn hea kad.fill theiko it% the song h igh to G04'brough hours tha...

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 1848

de civil an ~~thelIxem . ed t . we 4Ity.6wn'oihealisi thsatheye will haves the chance very snas I have iaot thedelightest ideathat the t.?W11besatified. rYoutwhp knlll hard, t rh e snge ~7~andae buno imy~itec~ concetcannike the anai1leirndeavotb to teach thiem betteraa not -had ethe full -efect. Bdte I suppose they are lik, the boy that-told the ucool-master he would be worse if he whipped hinai but,Tiwh' afterwanda- con. sented if one inade himn worse, two ruads him better. - - l On nlakipg iniquirios of the orderly soargeant of the Regment, I fid that tei-e Is is lit. te sickness In the RegiinsrtW d there'woula ' be among the same body of menat home, and when you receive the -horried :accounts :or .idness, severity and Aiandihps,. you imay safely conclude.that they are greatly exage:- I ated and are written some sawney, who expects to gain yoers npathies, by detail ing and coIerting into ardships,evety little I inconvenience, or wo has not the resolition to perform with Manliness ...

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 1848

AN~ MR 4 W~gk hfwMweexpcd, ,,oitvflh - p te topr~plaimtbth nscenre arypzuary-To.day woo-inauigpirate. ]R uNz. e tnderstiind, thono~ bu~neinodtf ftroin tho- luns iI ofthe -wbi '1116 hi~of-~ canno 95 1. ag ~ *Q I t pW t~hmao odW k-unin"theie of ro ci~~~.V~lbe lst tiyo'forever.-ie o d qp ZUu ily ~r2V~n r e~'i~o'fnrveiatv 'ise nn. w jjqA &thheefofr bf yor ~mill u6I~ ta s've yo foroe. -l'e-.o 14v~r~sp~~ya once, yi ro wI nq h lei ;xn in iivalue to 'hil Ms2u4~r, taje$ e iphii ha~1&iofifdib& ie eottitom h dylis.: SU1G j nai e IJT J~~~rii4u~ IjULEt.atth ri tre; iand .......... ~ #.' IN Aeui oug A ytn rt~n i dr -Onplcitfadf efduaility exedayhn a fofitfreah"' shop .4t.i. May ~ 30.14., 38 T Ril A iT Bonj.~~ J. D. Wet 0Db 9Oi 04U91 o~thtiromn if e ras to planti n t tis d feBriss cartingo ad Copeirmth DVork for all dndut,u n eidyis b ut ois naed by i t ssaidy 1n'd ntic, if ifepor .anykpn pn.~oic o henev-eda-ain il lea tpi T. J. COGHLAN, t MahetO, 1ay be e d :4.7 ,OUTfticAXOLINA'--4 SU...

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 1848

"45. 2>.4 it ON. ITE aims a caniate Msiinnee JOHN .6. tf -'e autiorized tb an diwafb h 8e of Clerk at'th ensuing TAX' OU 1ECT . 2'~ k. . .E ..IrWo*-ar, authorised to announce JOB 36 'IIS, Fai. salidte -for, the of fiee of Tax Conlector for Clarent countyl at the eqnuing eletm. BARRET Esq, 4AO candid for f 'o~torttnuing ection. ' gTGW ddsif Charleston. The.*ubcrier would invite the attenaO ofi.,lanters aind'Families who Imay visit Chareoahisto~Maof 2, ecImi'ANCTh , AND~of CourtL e auhadditione to r ow* ANS~iW~h 1lt*oI~ er in. est ofiw eln attienm nuin tWn o hiNTD ao te e M i Extensive ini fothern it is of Tx Cot fOraeeny t n It ie intededore toebae v arcle WIn LAGDdeT nE.,a caidtfo Ta solcoatensomuinlctin.ac piTe asrmet ol niethteto cfPats BmaneaeMandeFmle h oysi 3LIne, inFabrics Hosery Sc.Ac. eIneour Dotn evr wiefo e oun very full a nortm ent Dometics tNthisoosb Bl-es M s anaurg &c. So&c ITt iculartteno ad to this er eart ment~ofcour bswne ll ontPanern.il pAnd ortmtofadpi...

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. — 14 June 1848

- . -I - *--17, - >o 4t b b and~ LA" aaei r 6P0' a 4dl3 the sa s new 11tdi'e teeding six lin es - akceramen'ding Candi. ottrietor.- puffing bib akged as k8dveti-e. byntail inust be paid to' in. tinance. P11EN NDTHE ROBIN. T. ARTHUR. hoisnogwhad been. falling tebadily - trnig.and the earth' was cover. dto thd depth'of several inchis . I ate ith r , au little Mary Wilson , Th6ns and FAfktd, i ar the grate in the pailor, f__ttering noise against the - I ook~ing ar6undtlicysaw a. b i h liiins outspread, and his .reast pessed agamst one of the pane&' assat-whichlihe was now beginnift to tpickvlth hip slender bill. -0!i rbin, a 'robin red breast!' ek. -bliinied Mary, clapping lier hands to etler. And alL the children started-up and n-toward the window. AThee he'sgonel'said Mary, in a dia. spointed voice asthe stopped suddenly. 'Let ls onthe windows,- and then: all ,oandsi' ietly down on the sof'as did k'ren d the windowvs, L ad "sa oWn upot"..the .sofa, t om lad I suggested., in 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. — 14 June 1848

ana hbitet ad a u Puy.6burg Onmton-.on ese at h t 6,01 4 .0gany or .o p p; 61r nay ele untenal foe oMk~ en trtainingthe r trio d 1 Ab ofthe tht. tedp unanImo U If d On m.ot. ono . Jonsn eeoloedTh4 te roedngs of this: ting beaonferetfor;publi.titea tothe arleston fer Uryud the Jovanbe w di.-. h e -rer e wtthethe.equest op thati uh1. outhern papers would copy the, sane. On motiop, - Rolved, 'Tpt. this. meeting. do now adjourn. J. D. JOHNSTONo, Chaiinfan. JoHN M. TAYLOn, Secretary. Lawtonville, St. Peter's Parish, May 20, 1848. By special and Extraordinary overland Expreas to Daily 2blegraph. PEACE! PEACE!! PEACE!!! Later Intelligence from MeF Co. Ratification of the Treaty by the Mexican Senate-Report ed Withdrawal of the United S. Troops-Gen. Patterson's Division, to which the Pal metto Regiment belongs,E irst on the Move-United States Commissioners at Queretaro. Mexican Civiltieo to Messrs. Sevier and Clifford, etc. The U. S. steamer Hetzel arrived at New Orleans late on Saturday ni...

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