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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 25 April 1849

A r r c - # 9Tcw~ w r~ - - - - - pL. VOLTJME 1 SuMTR.VlLL'E,. S. C.APRIL 25, C~t .4L The Sumter Banner: FiUBISHED EVERYI EMESDY MORNING, BY WILLIAM J. FRANCIS. TERMS: ''wo Dollars in advance, Two Dollars and Fifty-cents at the expiration of six months, or Three Dollars at the end ol the yeav. No paper discontinued until all arrearages are paid, unless at the option of the Proprietor. - IOAdvertisements inserted at 75 cts. per Aquare, (14 lines or less,) for the first and half thatsuni for each subsequent insertion MTThe number of insertions to be marked op all Advertisements or they will be publish r"d' until 'ordered to be discontinued, and chaired accordingly. -rOne& bllar por square for a single in sertion. Quarterly and Monthly Advertise ments will be charged the same as a single nsertion, and semi-monthly the same as new one,.' All Obituary Notices exceeding six lines, and Communications recommendi ng Cand dates for public offices or trust--or pufling hilsitions, will be ch...

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. — 25 April 1849

A to Wivr1 Wtl thwtae thoie ust41egheiowrdsplay:A eir$=betray Mrets lie, -her'I perhaps. OOing Afour natur .'o complicateil, soy** 'Iaguoe.1mysterious, :as Ahas With whiebkwellk -upon: the cold %hains of -gar. 'fllow mortabs..!h The~ty with which death -inpests,'oven the: meanePst of vie-time, inspires us withan awe .no . liviiig creature cia ceat. Tho monarc so -his throne is lesawful than.the bega in his shroud. lte marble features, the powerless hand, the stiffbned limbs, the eye, closed. or glaed. Oh who'cancontemplatethesewi feelings which can be detned T ay -.the kery of all: our hopesi and fais; ofour fondest love and of our fellns't hate. It W in the.rich mind of memory that -we dig for ha.wlcpeand Ithe deeper wge dgt Purer i the- gold. B.Act , prus w it" aae. c laik eyes n ceat dale Ina hall; . oue eyes most #lfae athevening all; The black a conquest soonest gain; The blue iat conqut met retair; e black bespeaks a lively a heart, hose soft emotions oon depart; Theno blue a ...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 25 April 1849

News by gg Yellow. Fever ieqif)r ev t n Cinuinnati and thile smalW Pox is rng in Georgia. l PATr1cIDE--Mr John Kneploy, a -ve. ry respectable an gI of Harrisburg Ia. was ki lled by his own SonlD) i f 111oP1 his parent. The Legislaturo of Now York has pns. . sed un ACt rtllowinglirn agencies of oldl Tuopcan..houseS to uno theircopartner. a*4iip harnes, eveniif the. real partners have bon dead. P d -TE tj hi not a ]$4 romrkoble, as iicating Ihe progress of our country in population, that the Senato at present consists of the same number as the House of Representatives in thof first Congress' The trustees of the Baltimore Public Schools lately tried the 'xjriment of abolishing flogging in those institutions, but found it 'would not answer with the Baltimore. boys; so the use of the rod has been resumed. Their were upwards of fifty steam boats t St.. ' hho 28th ult., most of 2whicW e ' " hti-rdnceiving 'r discharg. jrst4 i MA. A01h6211. 0!lis R4pblican, of th 3(d instant- nafs tiat no l...

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. — 25 April 1849

TOW. ii fiel d aW - 'le* winds1(idstorh*t blow - x Wal'1T buadrod .woidersiumore, ohe besors ater' r '*inY leriohinoh on; Which well deservis, it lobg'si eatures * hicb idl the Ladie wouldaprove, The natu'itl History of leel . Toffee why -poor tender hearts, T asoll ne mai o vto gntLo, What in It makes a beu "so wilnin ] What Is it makes a cok-comb wittys A doetask wise, a sack':ciom prettl Why we believe suelhorrid - less Tbut we,par angels inwthe skies, re are p,oi, our' Ahea'are roes ur*.e ; are'stare-sich c hit i b ones.' Exn our dreathotwakian sin n Exp ais'i r-lkahig,- sid bar'*Pepini Ex ain our hep og, and eti g, Our w blustering, siaiding;end Souting, -hiThl us allthe eadehistino aprots, Ofmwinnlag and of keeping hea'rts; 'ea nat Dear Doctor if you cano To humble that proutd creature, man; A o turn the wise ones Into pret, Thwe proad and insolent to tools; To make themr all run. haelter shelter, a'Their neeks into the marriage halter; Th ene ave us 1t ourdevess with thes. We...

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. — 1 May 1849

-- 1 '~~~r~~v ,v I MMz 3~1 'I -~ . -( 4 I a'All Mau ; Tlit n rdTo W,1, ai i ;I i - ' L -U , ;; ~lt-AJabS lo.,ih af 1Ww.1 W r 1tfi P pii ei, or VhW*.,q 1W Xl 9hc 1he'eax. ~ ntlued ntil all eariiges 41dr W6~U~lsi~ tii ;:4 he Pru io 1 Dd11 II Nlhsi * e 4 X75 ct. 'pe 6.,ee e1 i c1."iedr pr the fii-t and b t chittib tirt i1s1rtio. -ed until -ordered to be disconiifikdd -and, hr~4 :oorin ' 9y. *. erv udrelior ail in e1 onthlv Ad riise I thp.satne. as a. single * ad ild 4aiithlythe .game as new -moti [ t eii sIX fines, n iai do thioalidne WICbmment i ,, C'nd boatea foritablio officei oh trist--or 'puffng livlinilns, Will. be chargd. as Advertise. FJti rjetera by mailantist be -paid to in Itliscelan.. S ug Wip.,It needs no guilt to ,brak, a -husband'sheart; the absence of oontentathe riautteiings of spleen; the 'thedimtidy dress, and cheerless home; 'he foibidding - scowl- and deserted bdi~oth;4bbed-hndother. nameless neg lecLswithout"a"rimeamong them, have - eito iioeth euick the core of m...

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. — 1 May 1849

- A n se --k 0...k.t.4-- - I~ v -4h - - 9 01di i m dnde . .adi , s : -ofRP VOIJ -, b o _ . a U, % o I j .E U I .s' --:.'A a'~~ ~~~~~~~ ~~~~~ 'I Z. o'! All~~JL MIL R01.)t~~j~4ii.if~fbbo~al~~Ufw le eiThe -Sngtg Banner: PLBLlallib i.YElLi WE1)4EisAY MOelNIND, BV at WJU AM. 3P'FRANCIS. TaboDlu -in advance, Two Dollare and. ity.8ents attlth expiratioti of six months, or ThrobDollard at the end ol the yeat. pN a*pr diseontinued until all arrearages * re paliin ess at the option of the Proprietor OtAdertiseoments inserted at 75 cts. per Square;-(1 lities or less,) for the first and Iaf iteun for "each subsequent insertion ' The number of insertions to be marked oh ill:Adve-tisements or they will be publish ed until ordered to be discontinued, and Schadrged accordingly. ! AEOi-hiDollarlier square for a single in e rtion. quarterly ind Monthly Advertise t'ihi6 -ill lid harged the same as a single nsetion; and semi-monthly the same as new -All' Oliittiary Notices exceeding six lines, siWu Coi...

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. — 1 May 1849

1 0I ssf he le wonde a SIR onnead j &oifhas riever beenArao: ed to 'j hi is s weor-in the, Ineior of Afriqs, The Nile has ohe al he Blue Nile andr i ite I 1H. .The sources of the for me of~these was disoovered by Bruce, in the interior of. Abyssinia, but such a hl Popular belief that the sources of the NUe could not be discovered, that 4rii6e was not believed! One of theoii modern travellers, who told a r accurate story, was not believed, ,e4use it was incredible that the springs of the Nile should be known, or tat a peculiar race of blacks should exist as were found in these regions of ancient Ethiopia! Believed or not, however, Bruce's accdount was true.' He did discover the springs of the Nile, but the. Blue. Nile was much the shortest branch.. It bore the same, relation to the White Nile (which is the real river,) as the Upper MiNssIssippi does to the Missouri. It' asthe inferior branch. The real source of the Nile remained to be discovered, anti is not known. The White Stre...

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. — 1 May 1849

ilyNapiee le R No A 9.,t .hgr'taplea III. ierln h ude d be Vt"a r a a ri'ulag or te C tiran i en an etifM ocomnotive erigine costn .l~~oha jnst bean turns.d out fhe Sthr fuodry of Mr. Uriah Wells, of P trburg, Va.A Ir the Peteiburg amn lAMnoks Railroad. iateat CrLAY.--On Mir. Clay's arri atViakabu rg, lat monthi a round of a1 tillery was ired In honor of his arrival. Tina WasTati ARo.rrlaa.-The Oil 'tinG*aha. and Pottawatamles are Ral t.1'WbeVY "Poor, and to have utaftore uch dir the pit winter. Complain a thele depredations upon til Sation, driving oaIftheir ca * tlNid ohr ardmals' ft ar, Ait&ea.--The Newar Dall vortlaer says that an in enlot ae aniin that county is at work upc a steam nairlage to run on common higi way sPwhich is so near completion thi hA expects to be able to make a public'di Y6onstration of the practicability of h Ainvention during the summer. A severe example was made by tif court convened In Washington, of Joseg Dookhard, a Jerman, who was tried at anvioed...

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. — 1 May 1849

-~i446~'~i~tv Pt A (Ien~ - .:0 1i 17 U tIe U 111t - u 11W I -1A 22 - 12 ce o 2 n u 6f a~Iilika Ths litis U9of 1th !dI's T t nimelo an 'The lean1t ee lrjoo iq hr 3 hom5. &na 0l i e 1rign s 1 "ilItnd.JaIL.Chilesother reer ittoq frt~ji I??Jntoi Arhio no The n haptr39 1(1h di Al.Hb4 ar'BI "iibO Carol ' iL6ot,A. .hentrnduotion of the Tri" t-Ashdl .n a te M.e -wafs qRuf-t *oMIiy avR sii~st rn alY 5 is i rA .53''i ed4hels iid!!tr"'o Wii.ng~sa n the .'e 1ot hese,-aiter of2KintA 35rid 7thar ofsel ariof' thin~as'factisd In~havinveiThltX eU fdre a tran 1eraigof the Tuf theo t horogg t - ~i~~~siatca andIssyalonSans <QdTnit vio was rdr-b e ruoo the Lat r, ale. cedigny0 snti atjndt&io 'o hiCle oe r re ' ...Arsin gdrtei n author i ' t tug div n asMCr dils rtd to Crib'7t,Ae. to ugq on~a foahercapli fedibiy thentdeltior of the Jmerind , P i -a i. 0- h # 1 tfN . . -a h# Mibor eng wsnthes Sth ot l : otid time s o and versions; by 47:f the ist e rrned Divines of thar agrI.,A.cDci ~agt'k $las...

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. — 1 May 1849

""maim -n A.M Ot the len't b ich anpIntovrxied - e 3p"a ,rt j gafl n ne6Hecopyri bWeno sourt6 6f re- A 2814" 'N,93 81,173r 'c Wdik I59!,49' -181,253 77,0 Tt 2,12&800 886.880 8,567'180O I od PHA. -118 ' ., 14 * V -ir-s- - 6,081 S-25,185 least in the Bible, is . 1,n 1 ,h verse, is the 8t. of the 118th " limr. is in 2 hraoniclesA, iv-10 verse. Tha lotog.-a jki.pesr,,.Ja thtl.I lhh Psanlm. h' pi PUA. L 4,2;in ISIp a T ordif ~ a ow r ocai-. ina 1TltE 01:.) OL'.TA. JM. h rndtle onok, in tia.44! vision, is Proverbs 1 chAtor. is Job1 xxix. Vro, is l&2- Chiojicles, xx; between a 7nd IR~ vei-se.. hei leaIst Vein I (-hranielex 1; 25 verse 'The wo~rd AND occitsm 35.543 timeis. f3i4 21st vtrse'efr Ezra vii. 66ntuins all the iettersof our AlpIabet. The 19th chapter of 2 Kings, and 87th of Isaiah, are alike. This fact is aminternal mark of the Truth of the -Soripturwi- being transeripts, from pub. $id ji -" .bttvo'Aiftfereit.Althi-s, whrwqre not cotemporaties. *IN le Nily TESTAMENT. 0 1pe ...

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. — 9 May 1849

. i - ' .0,L:UM E III. SUMTERVILLE, S. C MAY 9, 1S49. t , I , 1 , - - . N he Sumter Banner: UBL81HED EVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING, BY WILLIAM J. FRANCIS. TERMS: 'wo Dollars in advance, Two Dollars and 7'ifty-cents at the expiration of six months, or Thiree-Dollars at the end of the year. No Paper discontinued until all arrearages ire paid, unless at the option of the Proprietor 8SAdvertisements inserted at 76 cts. per equare,- (14 lines or less,) for the first and half stbat sum for each subsequent insertion l7The number of insertions to be marked ,on all Advertisements or they will be publish ed dntil ordered to be discontinued, and charged'accordingly. .3One Dollar per square for a single in aertiop.. Quarterly and Monthly Advertise snental will be charged the same as a single useion, and semi-monthly the same as new ohes. All Obituary Notices exceeding six linep, and Communications recommendi ng Cand dates for public offices or trust-or puffing Exhibitions, will be charged as Advertis...

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. — 9 May 1849

7 4 , A - - - I I 'I -.a 1fl - -J I.* N~QL.IJ1YIE III. UMTEIIVILLE, S~C - MA ,1 4.NI6I E S S e.he Sumter Banner: BL181iD EVERY WEDNESDAY M %RNING, BY WILLIAM 3. FRANCIS. Tr E R M an Two Dollars in advance, Two Dollars and Flfty-cenlts at the expiration of six months, or TrhreeDollars at the end of the year. * No gaper discontinued until all arrearages ire pad,' unless at the option of the Proprietor -llrAdvertisements inserted at 75 cts. per equare,-(14 lines or less,) for the first and half that sum for each subsequent insertion .. IT The number of insertions to be marked 'on all Advertisements or they will be publish ed iintil ordered to be discontinued, and charged accordingly. 1 llTOne Dollar per square for a single in .erttiop. Quarterly and Monthly Advertise Aents will be charged the same as a single ntion, and semi-monthly the same as new ohes. All Obituary Notices exceeding six lines, and Communications recommendi ng Cand dates for public offices or trust--or puffing Exhibit...

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. — 9 May 1849

-~1 ,? - -J . -- - "M - -W,-. ('~.4 I.40 A l ! I . - I -I W- 9 * 1 l sl 09 . - -. Zc - qn- - SUMTERVILLE, S. o MAY 9, 1849 ?T NU1lWR ___________IA-9I luiUntr Banner: NB61FD EVER WEDNSDAY MORNING, BY WY1'ITiPJ71" FltE N C I S. Uqrs in-advance, Two Dollars and o of six-months, or I11iri at thl d "fti e r 6 _&F disai6ntiid uitil al arrearages re p le's ltthe'obtion-of the'Proprietor .V4wlAdvertisements inserted at 75 cts. per yQ(JJineu or leAi) for the first and . t sum .(or each subsequent insertion 5 ni mber of insertions to be marked a isements or they will be publish ordeie'd to be discontinued, avid chark' lbcordingly. .O 9 Dollarper square for a single in * arterly and Monthly Advertise jej ie ooliarged the same as a single C0o pasetni-monthly the same as new .0 es l' dObituary Notices exceeding six lines, and*Coinmniacations recommendi ng Cand datesfor'publie offices or trust--or puffing Xxhibiions, will be charged as Advertise j~ 4J1 letters by mail must be paid to in Aeihe...

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. — 9 May 1849

0 ORIGINAL, AS WB]" AS SELBOTE WOMAN. Woman, dear woman! in whose name Wife, sister, mother meet Thine is the heart, by earliest claim And thine its latest beat! In thee, the.angels virtues shine; An angels' form to thee Is given Then be an angels' office thine And lead the soul to heaven! Have courage enough to review your owi - conduct; to condom it where you detect fault. to amend it to the best of your abilities; t make good resolves for your future guidanc and to keep them. One of the sacred obligations of men is t augment to the greatest possible extent pos sible, his power of doing good. Accomplishments and ornamental learninj are sometimes acquired at the expense of use fulness. The tree which grows the talles and is most thickly clothed with leaves, i not the best bearer, but rather on the contra ry. WHAT IS JOY ? SAY, what is Joy? A meteor bright, That dances awhile, on the stream of time Then, to us, is lost its silvery light, As it darts from this world to a purer clime ...

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. — 9 May 1849

WORK. FOR aMAY, SOUTHL. Geemrl Remark.. This is considered the most Important -monli in the -hole year, when we takdiinto ocpount the oul. tivation of the young growing crophy be. cause much of the future labor will depend on the quality and qluiantity of the work --done now. f Iit be well donis,as it should be, the crops will not so soon become foul; and if oMuch of it be done, the planter will .be able to recieve an earlier return. Working CoUen Fiekds. Young cotton plants must, be cleaned out as soon as practicable after the first leaves are do. vel ,with the. sweep cultivator and ha hoe. Weeding Corn. Keep your corn fields In good order, and free from weeds. Cane Ficie. See that your cane fields are kept clean, and as soon as the plants have grown about 18 inches high a small quantity of earth should be draivn towards them; and in the course ofthe two succeed. ing dressings, a bed should be formed for them five 'or six inches in depth. Tobacco Plauts. The earth around these shou...

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. — 9 May 1849

rca fa sUvg B f AleR; Eve-ag Thoughs on the Sea. BSore. -All hushed Is the vol of the breezei '!ow sped to her cavern toi-est; With the sou'alast smile on the tese, Thesen bird hies-lsome to her nest. Oh sweet the breeze voice and sun-smilo, As parting from ear and from eye ; Sweet--as-the birds flight the neunwsife, The. soul's to her rest in the sky. rhe fisherman's boat is at moor, Forbenring his sail to unfold, And uto are his song and hit oar, TFe first frown of night to behold. Thus true love folde up hIer while wing, When the shades of aversion appear, And how a sweet strain shall she sitg The heart of indiff'rence to hear? The bays of the watch dog resound, Deep-mouthed from the hoamestead on shore, Old Ocean brenths gently a sound, In murner forgetting his roar. The voice of the watch-dog declares, The pleapures of home and of youth, The. joys which the heart ever shares, When guaroled by virtue and truth. The soft nionn of Ocoan we hoar, Is the ht-art's sweet-echming chord...

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. — 16 May 1849

VT j W - . -+1 . ' " - AS 17 let 77i ~e~uiiterBanner: RANCI S va '6" T- Dollars and Fin A ts at the piifition of 13si months, or Three Dollars at the nd oft the yeal. ;.,41 par discontinued untilall arrearages .,Ar~aWunlos.at the option.of the Proprietor Ad rtioerpents 'inserted at 75 cts. per Aqui~te~(lihesbr less,) .forithe first and half that if4mop.each subsequont;insertiori A0 M 7tineunbor of insertions to be marked on aladvertisementi or they will be publish ed ... ered,,to bo discontinued, and e~ rhig y. 'Olt6Dduhii' per bquare for a single in bertion4Quar-" dLMonthly Advertise mentaiWdWLU charged the same as a single piojind semi-monthly the same as now ones, ' ,tice exceeding six lines, pa rec6mmendi ug Cand es or trust-or puffing 6 charged as Advertise 'WIdtl by mail ihust be paid to in punctualattendance. om Ma auge. ismtory of England. )THEMARLBOROUGHS. ~he cong'4udt of Compton and Her berbrequires no oplanation. Having, in sill things seculariserved the crown with zeal ...

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. — 16 May 1849

X reying. * o idtmetanscotint isth d-~W rI?*, hich 'strips the leaves from "aronaake t ee,the~ distant regions they fdrmerly concealed; so dioes old age rob at~f ejymsenth, only to enlarge the - t-of eternity beforxus. ~e 1 grat simpleton who imagines that theclef power of wealth istai supply wants. - frziinetydnine esses out of a hindred it cre. t"ne wants ihar i supplies. W iirst&. lovet 'Ti. a haddwy thing - i aowour darly yointh ; et iulhheughts have taken wing, Or lseat hia. otets. truth. a I A right dream, that quickly file., 2ko i cloud in a sunmer hour L4ke inbeam: bright is wintery'skies, * r the dew on as-6pen)sgs fower. A ies afanAcarueleave. a trae, In th, heart that hath felt it. spell, Oherz hedotsecnerhope, tisurp el place, Where it'aone did'dwell. ut ever again, inour aller year., May we l6e with a love as true, . bright with hiope, and a firee from teare; 6 the lovi tiat we earliest knew. N. intve may ain more than an honest tia for aiday, but an honest inan wil...

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. — 16 May 1849

*', d 4k 4 ioveamade contetment and cqntent is th S - t Pulloopher's Stone. rialst,;hich'strip. the leaves froi ' ateiuiid aapies us slee the' distant regior they formerly concoaled; so does old age rc of Ori'ehjoymeits, only to enlarge t preepect of eternity before us. S isagreat simpletonho finagines thi 9 lhief power of wealth ises supply want inetyCnine 'ases out of a hundred it cr Me O mro wants thari it supplies. n V* LOVE W16s first love! 'Tim a shadowy thing 9t hallow. our early yoeth; * ' 6e Ifjah Sughis have taken wing, Or ' srt has lost its truth. 'TI. a wij 'bright dream, that quickly lies, Ikes acloud in a summer hour,; 14k. a sunbeam bklt in winterysekles, Gr'the dew on au-dpening flower. It pases. away,,and scarie leaves a trace, In the heart that hth felt Its spell. Othe'r thoughts, other hopes, usurp the place, WhereIt alone did dwell. 'But never again, In our after years, blr0a 1 Wev with a love an true, A?1 1igs wh hope, andi as f'ee from tears; "Ali the love that...

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. — 16 May 1849

of ihe '',i the F have, as tr as praozcy be a speczi marble or o egch te in monument name of the frdta which it -omes engravd upon ib. Should the State be die ed to frnish tonothe gmusi be o the foInowig duenqasllg, ifoufeet long, two And6ne footand sixihes bed, 'viih a front bevel hf A quarter of am iohto the foot. They wi b6e plied in aa appropriate position:inthe obelisk. OOMMERCE OF BALTiMoR.--The aryi. ale at the port of Baltimore during the month of April were 220 50 from foreign bii and 170' coastwiso.-.-of this number 10/were'Vittish, 1 Fench, 1 Swedish, 1 Bremen, and the balance, 207, American. During the month of A pril there cleared at the Baltimore Custom House, foreign ports,,50 vessels, viz: 12 ships, 5 barks, 22, brig, and 11 scoonersi of this.number O were Brittish, 1 Danish, and the balance 44, American. H *iILY IMPoRTANT 'DEcisIoN.--Tn the Datiphin County Court, 'Pa. on Tuesday lastin-the dase of the Commonwcalth-v. - the eleware and Hudson Canal Compa. ny, lwihiah...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
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