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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 16 May 1849

uta verduretonund ux Sspread, - blwivad y over head Kia b almy air I o.4are until to-morrow, best beloved col nisn grie Nogether - T have pawiedthrougth wintry Weather u ter loveis agon I nbolfous susmer dy - re on the arth, -6Ilk' erdaure made o blewd e igir, with their happiness -, i in~fg forth. U1 renthow full of lire ne 'ar~Rthings I ering ok--the herds hrging of the birds-. -The l-ing riad insect-wings - tunyt water running on, ksiiueig lights and shadows 1 re4* that spring up rich and sweet J.:d'11eattiful, bene'ath our feet, rhid these grany meadows Oh ise etut bal dtole Castoni d iwthn eyes and see How all these thiigs af gire 4ji~ne~ re ood-ar sen To trako &-trustful sentiment In wekk: ones suoh as we ! God loethall his creatures, Doth-blesw thiem hour by hour; -Add aill hesnot of man take beed. Whorso mriuah'bety hath derced Ut the gwaysde owsr' Oh, best beloved -one! ome forthe thin summer day ; io our spirits good to go Mong passant people poor and low, And be as -b...

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. — 23 May 1849

4 . Ooqz! , . I - - " 4 - - -, . - .v ,, A9 *FiI)L a i - -* ---- x n M- n - n 1- n r.- ' ---Y- - - - - Th c Smer tamNo* TWO Dolldr*la advahe Two Dollars'and Fifty-cents at tlhe ejpiration of six months, or Three Dollars at the end of the year. paper;diosititfed until i irredrages Pa rdk *itku n I ks at th WOp t i h'o f It6Wdyrioor - RIOAdveisemente 'inserted at 75 Ct'. per ar,,(14 linesg oAr~es,) for.4he firsta and b~al at sum for each. subseguL tuseektion T nuiiber'ot )nisetiana l'Marked be al IAdv ttise'Iteit dr titeill bapublidh.. **dvuu la ordered. tobe tdicotinuedi aid If. .edcordingly.. - . - O'bsiar e par ino Isnra ' '4llbochaetod the samiie ' 4' single' ~nirtSn and semi-monthly the ame is new All tu ces exe eding six lines, nid muaf&t6ons recommend1 gi Cand. Mt'dfor'tiblId officbs br't.T~ini-orlliffing OAbhibitions, will be 4harged-as Advertise ments. ErAll letters by inail must be paid to in sure punctpal attgndance.. SFrom-the Boston Poet. REV. HENRY COLMAN'S NEW .MOI ...

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. — 23 May 1849

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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. — 23 May 1849

It letter fiom Jai - 1th uit., received at no the death ha a shot by rob the ruz dIlIl4cnO, Since the com 14 vessels arrivdt f passenges brin ig'II gra arr rr Provinces P011 t (>jth rq . ntem& thia tIp on at'Now Bed. ford that the report irloated by a rene. gads boat's crew proves -6o066t. The menr wh put tho story in circulation, with the intention of attradting issistance were likely to rema i" for somertjme prisoners fri Jalipa, as the UJnlted States sloop of war Prble which had started from-China to relieve them, -had returned 'in- conse. ot the-small pox breaking out on faTsirfalehood, which has caused lainful anity at home, will npot pr ivo ofmuqh ben. eita DilgAd - -fron jail.-We understand t Macarthy, confined in the auenty, ciarged with murder dom, prison a few'evening since, Vu_ d deeded In eluding all.efflorts of his pe*r trocapture him.-Macon& Jour. f May 9. GRAT FIRE AT WATERTOWN, (N. Y.) An extensive and disastrous fire had ta. ket plaeeat Watertown, Jofiers...

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. — 23 May 1849

p n WR ~ ~ ~ *~ 1 f/' !; 7' Foie a4 o t , I mot or It, but only to' laugh' iU E del me a big liar when my bewe wrould'nt wait for your ~ ~iaokbeing turned, Paddy, to honor you wit that title." Oh, indaad,I'm not saying would'nt do it as soon formist my face,youir hon or,.as- ou often did before, and will *ai paze God, and welkim--" - Wl, Paddy, say no more about tha b let's have the story." Snee I'm loa' no tellin' the gen tieMin before hand that it's what they'll be callin' it a lie, and indeed, it is un common, sure enough, but you see gin lemen, you must remember that the, fox is the cunn'ist baste in the worle barrin' the wran. . 'Here Paddy questioned why ho con sidered the wren as cunning a bate as the fox. "Why sir, bekase all birds build their nests with one hole in it only, ex cep'n the wran, but the wran builds two boles on the nest, so thatif an inimy comes to disturb it upon one door, it can go out on the other; but the foi is cute to that degree, that there's many a mor...

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. — 30 May 1849

- ---,11 . yA V : 1 Jua lo dcens movw e -4h ?Sp 4' 49( 4' -t -Alednieta ') -k -1n ud PI a, - - kn i e e d i n t5 - T rA Bn uu1B r "BaSnrR :I ~''IStl(D YVERY WEDNEsDaPxb rnrn4 BY Tpa Dollars iA advance, T*o Dollars and tyfent at thie oxpimtiot 9f six months, or iree liar at tihe emd of the yePr. N Opaper dscontinued until all arrearages # itdtipla at.tie optiof the Pi oirgtor T7Adveirtibinents inseredit 7 ets. per svqiiire, (14 liiies Wt less,) for thd 'first and :- hdifthat sum' for each subsequent insertion ft.7pTbi~nwmber.of insertions to be marked i1 Adyortiiernents or tlie will be publis.l . 1 . until. or4erei to be discontiued, and .accordi -'ffbhe'Dollai ers'quAre for a sing in rfion.' QutrlytintdlMinthly Advehise - .1e1t b bilI'b c1ititged the sa~ne as a ingle Asertion- and sdmi;nonthly the same as new cores., -All O',itary.;Ntices exceeding six lines, and Cotpmunications- recornendi ng Cand 14dites 'r jublic offices or trust-or puffing h ill be charged as Advertise ILTAil le...

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. — 30 May 1849

41' odAW 4hr y6a may nrd once, my' goed aia Wcnt them: and tere i4rupee i a cradle and.apece of blanket; and < o6 a'in fet to close the door after n you are obliged o!eave you -4i"d-O 'o, the tank fo water. U poor mother seemed crying; she toUched4my unole'a feet wich'her-foie head, aidkikainigand hugging her child e, hofor a time as she slowly walke towards her hut amongst the niem trees. 4Well, Johnny, said Mr. Smith, '] must sayyou have told your adventure well and intelligibly; but you must not suppose now that jackals live always upon children: It is not often that they venture into the habitation of mar to seize a living infant. A jackal is a great coward, and generally prowls about at night. Solitary 'ackals are constantly seen; but in the dark nights as you know, they go in packs, and their cry is dismal. Much as we dis like these animals, they have their uses in creation. The jackal and the vul ture may be reckoned the chief scaveng ers of our Indian clime; but for their...

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. — 30 May 1849

I a theatroofartilial wrought incidentj I4 Can familiarity wtt have any on the 0 that of loweringh'h i -.iudgmenty nAamighilssiun,; uhl him to odntify chlerh carious and delusery of a passing existence, and lead ing him P on, throtghatoild weaan e s, to faded jnysrdsppo~rIh hop l~t hh~idvreIh edness? i T hese are some of the evlis atter! fn pd e 0, i d t p sure, the indulgence of a gratification, which, hasproved -rUinous to-1houbands. Let the'youth, who may read their ar. licles; seriously ponder thoconhideration they contain; and as.):i values v" peace, and character;Alet him shun, as-he vwould the serpent's eom, he pernicious. infuence of novels. D. News; -by the MaI8, The' itizens of Portland, by a vote of 610 fo65 .iee tiedidet to sell dtiter ex. chhnkg Building'tos Ihir United-TStatcs Governnnt for a ntom hide. Sartherfatihe writes, now,. to .7x. Mayor Brady, that 6ie has engaged pgs. sage n the packet ship Ashburton, and wal) Ie~veLverpool for Neiv-York, this day,r tle 21stvo...

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. — 30 May 1849

Att 0 Th, e mdj~n 0 on11 lital s61 1 To'"O anooean 'bra wIlt hi i T a4y; more' awake uk.' f - etWo should.nuoti onibbath d hen0i to the WSolennChurch we, goo. Atid mnar ou rends', devotion is ad, alas! but no less true, - Trhat scores -who. 'rit, fond of snoosti g .411' hiA with Borrow fromn the thought Their sp at, Churchs from losing. Tnioir'cualsioned e t.' 7'filled, l'They freely pay for prie hI; While othereisng th'ey anort'and snore, No -word thir nheart o'er reachIng. The Proacher's soft and. mellow voice Their oWn oblivion feeling; The sudden .catch and timely start Whila oo'er proents their knelio,. Tond slmuch to smootle the rugged path IThey tread t wok day calling. They never chieor this Pastor's heart By groaning or by weepihg; While others show their faith by works, Tey Show THEIr ertr by sleeping. Yodrowh y soul'e remember that Hard 'sl te road before and ath thee, And although the Parson can't arose, TyAT may perchance awake thee. %gticultutral. youthern Pnatiarg--Co...

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. — 6 June 1849

zet ) Ni Af *4-" WA I t --v T LJU vr! The'.'fmter m PlUBLISH41D EVERY WEDNEBDAY MORNING, BY T E R H Tin Dollars indY'an.,TWdSollars and Fifty-cents at the expirgtion of.si* months, or ..ree Dollarat the end of the yea. No pper discontinued until all arrearages 'are jaid, uinless it ti option of the Proprietor .UTAdvertiseietsj' inserted at 75 eta. per quar,' (14 lines or less,) for' the first'and half that sun for each subsequent insertion *.Il7The number of insertions to be marked on all Advertisemtents or. tlhefwill be publish ad until ordered to be discontinued, and ha gead ccordingly. DOne ollar per square for ia single in sertori. Quarterly and'nthly Advertise ments will be charged thesamne as a single ,naertion, and semi-monthly the same as new ones.' -I7All letters by mail must be paid.to in sure punctual attendance. Political. Froin the Washington Union. The Appeal of a Tallor Demo crat. In compliance with Mr. Lippard's request, we lay the following communi cation before our...

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. — 6 June 1849

the NI has cded'aiu Mix Rebinanp o' h h oo ,ry 66eyle ow las, onito c Sooastif A Irbau degrees kthcf tho equator, Jim re land - W re'. to 01 to an elvate'd i Wok'd a b iha'. lofty n atWit named kilimaNtato, the sum t91IICie Idgadivith perpetual IV.4 6 n confae of list summer, Bi llotskyif England on an 6r'Atrft jiirneyinta Eastern Afri lca; And it is-precisely in the above, tien tion thet ho purpses seeking the' sour .i.theiN,1 in, accordance with the oYpothesis of Dr. Beke, the Abyssinian traveller, at whose instance has been undertaken. The discover7 of Mount Kdimanjaro protmises well for the suc cess of the enterprise, as there is rea son to regaid it as forming a portion of the "Mountains of the Moon," the anows of which, according to Ptolomy, give~ to the Nile. *The expenses of Dr. Bialldblotzky's 'ourney are defrayed by subscription, raised among the friends of geographical discorery.--London -Paper. RULE FORWEARING iRINo.-For the benefit of the "craft," as the bachelor's say,...

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 June 1849

M R- CARLT9M .... Mr. Welton has niw reaoe f, not having yi panet roted thtrat:AmioE matrl5 0 in borinwhich ho has now for one time been engaged. gg g *g ARRESTING P sICIAN.---Wafigpn have been issued at- Cinoinnatljbp 0,. ar. rest oiedi al IQ ar ed wit!' :he nen.onmpliano ap rd9. ance requiring every phjslim'o 'eort the number of cases of spasmodi c olera or anymah iant or,unusual disease, ov eur0thejlits or;v yf-the city, that come under their treatment. The:business ai the Welland -Canal is increasing. The number of vessels pas sing through this work uli to the ld April is 190, against last year. GUARD AGAINST PaREATUtR BURIAL. A Inarned Belgian, M. Mainpe, has re cently discovered a very simplo moans of distinguishing between rea and apparent death. It consists in creating. i siall bourn; ifthere is lire, .. blier is always formed even in tie absence of apparent insensibilitv. If death has already inter. vened, nothing of the kind occurs. It isiMidsth maale sugar orop ot'Ver. mo...

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 June 1849

rom,. worede *the suoeioaofithe pr.bsenta uiW wBiblebthe Ladies -of Ox. d~h Adow, iiini oft Sous o Tmperance; Sa published at the request of the BY DR. PIERCE. Wo thq Patri-trch and Gentlemen if1 Andrew Division of the Sons of. :Tamgerance: -In obedience to a re quostagf the.young. Ladies of Oxford, conniunicated to me by a Committee of their own appointment, I rise to pre I sent 6 you, in their name, a Bible that "wor4 which Qod has. magnified Above all:.his name"-and for which I 'now bespeak, what-I know you will ac cord,a- reverent welcome. .You will permit me to remark that I think the gift aypropriate, whether you consider th.character of those who present it, or the objects contemplated by your or ganization. You propose, by the bless ing of God, to redeem the fallen-to reform the erring, and to throw around the innocent the safeguards and securi ties of an honorable pledge, and a high umoral association. And although there may be much of what is simply human in the ceremonies...

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 June 1849

,.A 0~"~c4* ' -4 g -, -Y.~'i -). . , .. !"', Z ' C,"~ 1X". 11 i3.7nir.' ig5i' ~ -~r~.tb, (~i- ~ t~,c,'w .-~n4 ,t 'r-.4~3j'*wj.- A 4A4 __ '4 t. 4, '7. 4! S 's C ";!'4..U .4'4 ir A r ! lk It 'UAilrlSU;tGaierI7 IW ILLLIAM 3. FKA NCI8. TERMSs T'oo Dol'lai* i advanee, Two Dollars and- I - #Fifty-conts at the expiration o.six monthster .4 Wrep Dollarmat: theiend ofthe year., No paper discontinued until all arrearages are paid, unless at th optioi oft i1e Prolarietor 4 *rAdv tisements .inserted at 75 eta. per ( siquare, (1 liisaor lese,) for the first and -hglfthit. dunv'for-eAchiasubsequei insetion - -,OrThe iumber of insertions to bemarked otill Advertisnegnts or they will be publish. C ,ed.xuntl 9spired,.4o be discontinue4,.and ch re. accor ingly.,. i&OnetiDollar per square for a sipgle in sertion. Quarterly and Monthly Advertisc teiyl1l be'h'tged the same as a single 6rtleii, siid iemri-bieaithly the same as new .ones;, * n All Obituary Notices exceeding six lines, .and Comnunicati...

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 June 1849

.4 ' 4 A , s ho a a me ut d -the war t h h oand of Napoleons a y ew-American officers partici- t a as te*ny battles ag Worth, ti SNiporhaps,insuch brilliant and ma ereus otories. Prominently distin guioheil in the wa- of 1812, thenin that Florida, then under Taylor at Mon 0 l Sand finally in the campaign pgamsatthe obty of Mexico, he ran a ca Ver alike fortunate and brilliant, and r! one in which glory and promotion fol- 11 lo*d hand in, hand. But alas just v hi'en the ar is'over, and the time has t come for him to repose on, his laurels, p he is cut off by an ignoble disease, in a b altiy frontier town. Such is human lifee _. Such is human life. Such is the end of earthly glory. Worth claims descent from one of the a earliest Puritan settlers. le was born In 1794, received a plain but substan- a ti1 education, and began life as a trad- h er's clerk in Hudson, New York. When h the war of 1812 broke out he entered the army as a private, but did not re- 6 main long in the ranks. A fel...

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 June 1849

on :dmixturo ef aid cqn ua~i ~~ jphuric acid, thn wj san water, and drk-d It t.wg yRI Y thls process ;ho vp highllyexplosv. T sses envo ved conists ohiefly19 -carborik acid ,nd car. honio oxide, olioti pOrtianently ~InsIo,16 that passing throug -tcold a r rtimeeNr they do not collap sebid will 1 ow u the pisitou to the utnost limit of Itswauk. In fgligiis. material n6tlie, fre nor water is rt quired, and it creates neithek smoke nor an otliensive efflu in,- and with the ejcepiion of a slight moisture or ptre vapor,. t leaves no residuri behind. A mong these gasses thero is none that will corrode metals. ,.The explosive -qualities of thie fibres treated in this way, was first noticed by Professor Otto, of Brunswick about four. years ago. and aguin by Polonze of Paris is, in 1838, and finally fully published in the English press about the early liart of the year 1845, tinder the nome of gun cotton, as it called by Professor Schon bien; or xyloidina, by M. Pelonze. A great feature of t...

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 June 1849

'.uf rde~red e the word 'mur enabrieked-wasrush. bpl dmeiktr;.uaid; 'H4 Ad.2h is alive.' My heart e adlears rned from Afy wife me to) the chain. reAtheyhad laid 'ty child. alivestich a state could d life. Still his eyelids were rtill his cheeks' even his lips, iof a ghasd whiteness; still his 4 hItbs were cold and motionless. They h idndressed him, and my mother sate in silent grief beside his bed. When 1 came near, she uncovered his fair ehest, and placed my hand 'over hin heart; I felt a thick and lan ruid beating there, but the- pulse of his wrist. and temples was scarcely per ceptible. My mother spoke to me. 'We have examined the poor child, she said, 'but we find no wound, no bruise, nani-ks of violence. Whence is this dreadful stupor? No one can answer m.' a I can answer you,' I said; 'no one don answer but mysolf. Iam the myiderer 'of the child. In my hel. li go Istrack his blessed head.' I did not see the face of my wife, or my mother-as I spoke I hung my head; but I felt my...

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 June 1849

- - t~ -6 --f VL,*U -E III..UM E VLES.. JTJE20 S4U e lumter Banner: M I I4lEVERY WEDNESDAY M0RNING, BY ,,..~IL IM. RANCIS. TER M 8: I.Two Dollars in advance, Two Dollars and Fifty-cents atthe expiration of six months, or ,ree Dollars at the end of the year.. No paper discontinued until all arrearages. are- paid, unless at the option of the Proprietor DIAdvOrtisements inserted at 75 cts. per square, (14 lines or less) fbr the first and -half that, sum for each subsequent insertion 0TThe number of insortions to be marked on all Advertisements or they will be publish ed until ordered to be discontinued, and charged accordingly. GX One Dollar per square for a single in sertion. . Quarterly and Monthly Advertise ments will be charged the same as a single Insertion, and semi-monthly the same as new ones. All Obituary Notices exceeding six lines, and Comiunications -recommendi ng Cand dates for public:i'6ices or trust-or puffing Exhibitions, will be charged as Advertise ments. 0TAll.letter...

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 June 1849

n t auW a -V to f~ rdieWho was notd 6 edherence to which ev r ios, ha'dhe httribut * ted ango not Only to Cap tai higt s " mtercessions, but loin pat to-the prospect there now yas of the triunpof the colonial cause, in which case the confiscated estates of the elder Mr. Scott would be restored; He kept this to himself, however, and expressed his thanks for Mr. Thorn dike's hospitality. 'But I shall owe you even more,' he added, 'for the happiness with which your promise has filled me, and I cheer fully accept yolr terms. Meantime, let me rise; and pay my respects to the lady in person-I am sure I am well enough.' Our hero, however, was compelled to keep his bed for two entire days, in con sequence of the fever, a period which appeared to him an age. We shall not attempt to describe his meeting with Ellen. Let us pass over the first few minutes of the interview. 'I have but one thing to regret,' he said at laist, in a low whisper, for Mr. end Mrs. Thorndike were at the other end of 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. — 20 June 1849

a n noTt m~hah~ l tog o au-, A ; . v. Qur erow~n~dest~ d the charac. to dft. 1orndike, who was noted fo-pid6i adherence to which ev r .in"st, End he attribup ksu n change not onlyto Cap t thingto'n's'tercessions, but alsoin part to therprospect. there now was of the triuniliof the colonial cause, n in which case the confiscated estates of' tdhe elder Mr. Scott would be restored. He kept this to himself, however, and expressed his thanks for Mr. Thorn like's hospitality. 'But I shall owe you even more,' he added, 'for the happiness with which your, promise has filled me, and I cheer fully accept youir terms. Meantime, let me rise; and pay my respects to the lady mi person-I am sure I am well enough.' Our hero, however, was compelled to keep his bed for two entire days, in con sequence of the fever, a period which appeared to hi an age. We shall not attempt to describe his meeting with Ellen. Let us pass over the first few minutes of the interview. 'I have but one thing to regret,' he...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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