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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 18 July 1849

41,, 1Y ' W e m eAI thiat will b iAis souri i the suppor a i pretesi by his of a''g ,d ation th ghWa tp. t Nissis p; to a the Pa1fi pract1Ca , *pulation as the people of issouri are Vnent, bo 0 7. n. In the is place e vat .if -this scheme of nton be a judicious one i tiies th.*->eieon tW n' L through,.inasmuch as lie is de cId 6oydious at present: both to the Senate: and, country. It isla well attes ted fact, thalhe failed in every under taking in -ivhich he engaged last winter, commencing with the Panama road pro-, ject; embracing his silly and ridiculeus demonstration against the coast survey policy, and ending with the Piotocol. Betthe scheme in itself is purely ridi culous and absurd! A road f mile wide all-the way from -St. Louis. to the Paci fic! A- road, the cost of which, upon Mr. Benton's plan,- as will be in due scason proved most amply, will be some two hundred and fifty of three hundred millions, of dollars! A road, the annual expense of which, after it shall have bee...

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. — 18 July 1849

gove goa * tena n t r pahoei rudsi ift eig e 6 .oConstanti~op There, a The m iei 'fench Ml G lna at Grignon. lq ~ nother .column, t a the nj ogs mtre for a char te r* I oE nta nstruct;I., Tlank roA nTe ti a 4eb u i Krida t isu rn his bunpigh, con the ,n bwned at the R ~aoe cnizctt af -on. te remaps o. rir E odiB ndmsen tended ttlP l.t Friday in ep r 'f in it eni thWhours ofX frw, WP MRaPLY.-The Pndfdle. riday;y~s te "Weare pre B rouLmances . nd our Septed~t OR* fhtvce tibcrrsof11 A, hithis address..this appejn ,mrnext.. ..W rnt, ps i t rirumphant ym fr th Ihargges r fand a' -a exposureofthe ba 1oives wha ~ redol. B arro i ist de srg d thAzimaigrning his own section CI ,--t is stated ;hat there are It in Cincinnati, the t fled from iolera. It is wtIk eitaso'stabout 1300 Iiii cuse and four or af niebyr' the ravages of --AM 1nday evening, 0Lt id. 8 Lmbecker. Mr. MmADSON Mo cweis, Suimtervifle,. to Mrs. c* dford Spririge. SI d e rinst., ws, .'o Lewis, Euq., ctwnthi , ~ 4h year of h1ar a...

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. — 18 July 1849

IIZ- Frdhi October"15, '46, to July '49 nue ibldked -Ud fort s4 millions, six hundret and qliktysaven thousand, five hindrejlhtldty-four. itollat- ahd seVen V:ents, have Pasisid throuigh the custody of lhe Sub-Treiiuret at Nvew York. Withobt the bia to the government 'ota single farthi- - Cost qffthe Cret'rsse.-We see it sta led by the municipal authorities of New Orleans that the expenses incurred in stopping the S'auvee crevasse exceeds 080,000. TOLD YoU So.--Mrn Henry A. Wise hns written a note to th eAoiith'e Nor. folk Herald, saying that he has W61, as \vas reported, written a letter "to Mr. Se. nator Foote or any one e se," saving that he "h dono With polities." Se holds out untired as yet. The TurkishGovernment has establish. ed an agricultural school and model farm iu the environs ofConstantinople. There are fifty pupils. The master is a French. man, educated at Grignon. TAKING.THE INITIATIVE.-WC are glad to perceive, by a notice in another column, that an application will b...

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. — 18 July 1849

D:3- Froi October 15, '46, to July '49 nhto hundred and forty-six millions, six hundred and sikty-seven thousand, five h1tundred thirty-four dbllati Mid meVen t:Cnts, have passed throtugh the custody of the Sub-Treasurch at New York. Withobt tile Ituh to the government 'oFa single farthitg - Cost ffthe Cretuss.-We see it sta ted by the miuniciptil authoritiesor New. Orleuns thut the expenses incurred in slopping the 8auvec crevasse exceeds 80,000. TOL You So.-Mrs Henry A. Wise has Written a nute to the editov-tihe Nor folk Herald, saving that he hat W61, as Was reported, written a letter "to Mr. Se nIator .Footc or any one e seo" saying that be "hd dm ono with politics." Se holds but untirvd is yet. The 'urk ish Government has establish ed an agricultural school and model farm in the environs of Coiistantinople. There are fifty pupils. The master is a French man, educated at Grignon. TAKING THE INITIATIVE.-We are glad to perceive, by a notice in another column, that an application w...

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. — 18 July 1849

lip.i MY74M0TU1111 1 ot 'mou n ow like nusic falls' Tha-word;bpomy oar' It 5sjflli gf one whose tender voice 'I-never more altall, 1eur, Of one from whdse del) heart gush'd up Aff'ction warn and froe, Whoso-ebright eyos nover beamed in love Sut they turned on u I -know not but that sainted one Alay hover-near me nw, -I fancy that I fol her breath Steal o'er my troubled brow, That.now she dries the flowing tear .1Wlh her fond, ardent kiss .Anil thispers in mine car tioso words Which aide any child-hood's bliss My o10TnER ; from thy star-liko-oyos 1 saw the light depurt, 'L'hy last, convulsive, kiss fend one It almost broke my heurt, I saw them lay in the cold earth -Thy lovel and graceful forin, They gave the bring I adored To reast 1ho filthy worn. 'And MTrn.nI, on that glorious morn When all the dend of earth Shall start into eternal life - As by a second birth, Alay thy rede-emeod spirit be Mly guarilian angel still And leud ne to the .laiiing host That throng "the heave-nly hill....

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 18 July 1849

ow -el isaa W. .Of oue Tromwlt 4soop heart gush'd up ~Al'otly.wai ast. fre , Wgridt.eyes never beamed In love t t)y turne. frea. I-know not bt'tliatialutod one -taWy hovewg-urme now, fancy. 11:t. I. feel her breath Stoaolet my troubled brow, Th .now sho dries the flowing tear or ford. aodent kiss hispers In mine oar those words Wiich made my child-hood's blies My lo-uRa; from thy star-like-eyes 1 saw the light depart, 'hy last, counvulsive, kiss fond one It almost broke my heart, I saw them lay in the cold earth -Thy loved and graeoful form, They gave the bring I adored To feast tile tilthy worm. 'And MovIaM, onl thet glorious morn When all the dead of earth Shall start into eternal life - 4. by a second birth, May thy redemmed spirit be My guardian angel still Aud leud me to the .mshiring ho.t That throng "the houvenly hill." W. T. A BEAUTY. 'Twas in the tall-roons't mazy round. A beaulions forni we saw, The sweettie,. of her countenanco Around did annny draw; She spoke in silvery ...

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. — 25 July 1849

?t t 't'icK 4w .......... i .4L f~~ ~ ~ - 1 4 , ,- 4 WI v"'. - t - mllBMb $BPAtBWMBDAY%01~NNO(B OoUarein'dsicefj T*dDollars-and Fifty-cents:at thebxiratonof sirionths, or. hreeiDollersat the end of theryeadr A AN~e ideoitinued until-all arearages; ara dtlelatthebptIa f the Proptretor ' rAaveit ,idemeinit inserted at 75 ct.'pet e*aredlinesb arelss,)yfor the~ first an half Wateiin for each-isubsequent insertibn' i:Theniitzhber of -insertions to be marked on al veartisemnta or they will be publish ed, opreda-to be discontinued tid bh" ndo gly.. .x -' B Oi ~ara per square for ta-single'n sertion;MQuiaterlyuad'Monthly Adveitise, niefs WMil charged the same as a single ie 0_-rni-monthly the same-as now oties exceeding six lines, k a recommendi ng Cand eri or trust-or fuffing 11P 'ieecharged as Advertise letters by mail must be paid to In 0 alettandance. -. THi tNNER.) I, HnoVILLE 5th July, 1849. After'the conclusion of the Anniversary delebration at Piedniont Church near Bish opviWf h 4th...

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 July 1849

-' FA-. The Sumter Banner: LBM819 fElRT-WEDNESDAY MORNING, BY W1,LAM J. FRA NCIS TE R MS: ToojDollars in advance, Two Dollars and Fifty-cents at the ex >iratton of six months, or Three- Dollara at the end of the year. iNo paper discontinued until all arrearages are paid, uinless at the optiun tof the Proprietor . EAdvertisements inserted at 75 eta. -per equare, (4lines or less,)- for the first and half that sum for each subsequent insertion - 07Tho-number of insertions to be marked on all Advertisements or they will be publish. od util ordered- to- be discontinued, and chargediaecordingly. . . 7Oine.Dollar per square for a single in sertion.- Quarterly an Monthly Advertise nients will be charged the same as a single hsertioni and semi-monthly the same as new oneso .4v' .AllObituaiy Notices exceeding six lines, aa Comrani 'ums recommendi ng Cand dates for publii flices or trust-or 1 uffing Exhibitions#i WIIbe charged as Advertise -'15Ali letters by mail must be paid to in sure0nct...

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 July 1849

4 - t - 7- t - - . - - * - F 4P14 s-V V.LM 1 9S :-E b9 X 'I* The Sumter Banner: JBLIIlED-I.ffBY, WEDNESDAY MORNING, BY WILLIAM J. FRANCIS. TERMS: 'Vwo;Dollars in advance, Two Dollars and Fifty-cents at the expiratron of six months, or Three Dollars at the end of the year. No paper discontinued until all arrearages are paid, unless at the opti-on of the Proprietor DJ-Advertiseinents inserted at 75 cts. per 6qUare,-(.4 lines or less,) for the first and half that sum for each subsequent insertion ' U7The number of insertions to be marked on all Advertisements or they will be publish ed until ordered to- be discontinued, and charged accordingly. l7rOne.Dollar per 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 ones All. Obituary Notices exceeding six lines, and Coinmunicgtions recommendi ng Cand dates for publickiffices or trust-or luffing Exhibitions, will be charged as Advertise ment...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 25 July 1849

Presidential election ensued. The De mocrats nominated a candidate who a vowe4 himself in*,favor of nonnterven tion in reference to th6Iterritories.. On the other hand, the Whigs put forward a candidate who would n6tpcormit him self on the questigh of slavory in the Territories. He was supported at the South, on the giound that he was a .slaveholder, whio4 was alleged to be a sufficient guaranty to the South that he would veto the Wilmot Proviso; while at the North he was supported on the ground that he would not veto the Pro viso because he had pledged himself against the use of the veto power; and moreover, as asserted by Abbott Law rence and Truman Smith,.had written private letters assuring then that he would not veto that measure if it should pass Congress. Thus was a deli1lerate fraud perpetrated upon either the North or the South, and perpetrated, too, through the agency of a Southern Whig slaveholder, and countenanced by Southern Whigs. And this base game of treachery and do...

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. — 25 July 1849

Presidential election ensued. The De mocrats nominated a candidate who a vowed himself in-favor of nondnterven tion in reference to the territories. On the other hand, the Whigs put forward a candidate who would natcommit him self on the question of slavery in the Territories. He was supported at the South, on the ground that he was a .slaveliolder, which was alleged to be a sufficient guaranty to the South that he w6uld veto the Wilmot Proviso; while at the North he was supported on the ground that he would not veto the Pro viso, because he had pledged himself against the use of the veto power; and moreover, as asserted by Abbott Law rence and Truman Smith,. had written private letters assuring them that lie would not veto that uicasure if it should pass Congress. Thus was a delilberate fraud perpetrated upon either the North or the South, and perpetrated, too, through the agency of a Southern Whig slaveholder, and countenanced by Southern Whigs. And this base game of treachery and...

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. — 25 July 1849

Is 'de I'le C PPSiuential eP0 pe udonmt rcieru' I te vows no en tholot ith. aO.andi&to oLu iu elf. the qu Territories. - f '$buth, on th da I1Vyehold: a10*ed tole a suffie'e gu AhSoth that he wid th4W o roviso; while Sppor0td-on :the ~o i~thh would ipot veto the Pro4 y esilus e ea himo 69 19 i he use of the veto poyer; and inyeoveas asserted by Abbott Law ce andIruman SmitIthad written rae iiters auring them that.' w .uin eto that measure ifit should ngress. "thus was a delilerate petrateaupon either the North r the South, and prpetrated, too, roughthe agenoy of a. Southern Whig ho1der, and countenanced by 8outhern Whigs. And this base game of tiea6hery and double dealing is still V. GOn. ilylor has: .not yet made known the course which he will pursue #.the event of the passage of the Wil. *,pot Proviso.. His porsonal organ in this city, the Republic, refuses to an ..awer questiqns put to it with a view to ascertain what course. Gen. Taylor designs-to pursue in relation'to this ...

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. — 25 July 1849

Free white Yhhbt Io 3, 'bandbd by'Capt t b Phwden 0 y -.Usoii Ge .Wi 0 J1d'I nJf .7 Newman, Robert 3 .10 Jamma B. 8 Pitta 'a, D. '2 ScurryAnn 4. u d d t laidvifte 7 Soymort H~irm 5 Josiah 4 Sey iir, 'Ivrence t, Wiley., 8 Stepheso. laml.'1 dega, Jno 3. 1 Thigpen, ra&cson 1 Grdn, Elknanah 9 ThiJuo.J 3 fre js, Mlay 4 Thi~on Ellalbth 5 Orooms, Stephen 12 Trap, Jn' 1 ro , Jn r r. 8 Tiaduile, Rober - 2 a, Eryin Tiidale, Singleton 1 4 Thigpen, Redden 5 1 9Va an, Edgar 1 5 Wilder,'W. 8. .as W. Wilder, W. S. 2 .6 Wilder, Mary 1 3 Weston, Sam. R. 1 .1 Yates, Josse 1 9 292 2 n ~ Carendon Election Dist. No ar Helines, Manly 5 . 4 Holmes, Win. 3 b1-mnas 1 Rodge, Miles 10 3. Hoge, Abraham 10 1 Harvin. Wut. R. 6 K. 6 ifarvin,Jas. A. 4 atbey :3 1l1,vii,.Sam!. 4 a I 1Hodge, Dundley E. 3 a, ..5 Rodge, Betij. D. 5 2 Hodge, Jito. MN. 12 n VD14 7 1 Hayne, A.'J. Caple, C. G. l Ingram, Jno. J. 7 Durant, R . 10Jones, Anthony L. 10 Me hmas ., KnQvlton, Juo. W. 6 a Muntgomery, J. 11. 2 kn I MFadden, M. J...

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. — 25 July 1849

Alab ho~ ~ reall d T0ny o as agreea r en on M a, by the advent of a Menagerie. Not e juvenils on;ly but the whole poputatior, male andfmale, within five mileb-f-thoQoitM House, were alive with exgitement nThe North wind was cutting as a. nctu-uliaver, but in spite of that and.the supposed scarcity of coin the "pauilldo' was thronged.. A more motley assemblage I never saw-the animals.weeo nothing in comparison and in point of decorum, the spectators niight have taken lessons from the Grizsly Bear. It was the only public assembly that I ever heard of, in this country, which the presence of ladies did not control into propriety of speech and manner. Even the professional beast tamers themselves, Mr. and Mrs. Schaffer, failed to subdue the rampant animals outside the cages. The elephant was the great point of attraction as usual. Many were the remarks elicited by its immense size and docility. "I want his bido and frame for a corn crib," said a fellow from Pan-Handle Beat. "Save me his ...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 25 July 1849

reallVI IL en on onda by the .q f qm 's.iepa rie. dt ~ 3enilks-on1 but the whole Poput. nale, within five OiteV-Hnuse, ete alive with excitemen The North wind was cuttingas a note-sbavr, but in spite of that:anthiiewsupposed scarcity of coin the "pavillion'? was thionged., A more motley assemblage.I never saw-the animals were nothing in comparison and in-point of decorum, the spectators might have taken lessons from the Grizzly'Bear. It was the only public assembly that I ever heard of, in this country, which the presence of ladies did not control into propriety of speech and manner. Even the professional beast tamers themselves, Mr. and Mrs. Schaffor, failed to subdue the rampant animals outside the cages. The ilephant was the great point of attraction as usual. Many were the remarks elicited by its immense size and docility. "I want his hide and frame for a corn crib," said a fellow from Pan-Handle Beat. "Save me his cars for skearts to my old wirgin saddle," remarked another. "Go...

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 August 1849

VOLUME III. SUMTERVILLE, S. C. A UGUST 1, 1849. NUMBER 40 Thle Sumter Banner: UBLISiIED 1fEltY WEllNEi)SAY 0il11iNING, BY WILL LAM J. FRANCIS. Tr E It M S: Too Dol!ars in advance, Two Dollars and Fifty-cents at the ex )iration of'six months, or Three 1)ollars at t.e end of the year. No paper discontinued until all arrearages are paid, unless at the option of time Proprietor 7a-Advertisernents inserted at 75 ets. per square, (14 lines or less,) for the first and half that sum for each snbsegnent. insertion 1 UPThe niber of insertions to be snarlked on all Advertisements or they will be publish ed until ordered to be discontinned, and charged accordingly. a -One )ollar per square for a single in sertion. Quarterly and Mont ibly Advertise tnents will be charged the sane as a single nsertion, and semi-monthly the situne as new Ones. All Obituary Notices exceeding six lines, and Coinnunications rcconmnendi ng C:nd dates for public offices or trust-or puing Exhibitions, will be charged as...

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 August 1849

action. Invited, as the members of that con. Vention were, from every portion of the Un, ion, the sphere of operation was far too ea tensve for wise and cautious deliberation an decision. 'here were too many interes' in Volved. It general propositions only are tt lf laid down in such a convention, the object Is not worth the' effort; for, in the divide state of the public mind upori the question Whatever platform might be adopted, the opinion of parties, and generally of individual tvbnld remain the same. If a general plan of operations is to be pro posed and pressed upon Congress, the objec tions are palpable and grave. The members are under little responsibility; and as eacl section of the country will have its own ob jects to attain, these must be attained b concession to the objects of others, ant the result will furnish evidence of a mutua spirit of accommodationjrather thana cautiou regard for the general interest. Such an as semblage is a very different thing from th attempt ...

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 August 1849

freeuu whit Suutl~taiteat (~it'o. \'n I iildeldL by Cap:i. Iaslser. .\ Ilrook, lThomaias 8 Nuoll', .11.11: t) A.! kblrook:, WVillis 4' KoIl, Bli A'I Al IsLimnOk, Brittoni 7 I.oryea, Aaron 5 A!s:rook, JaIs 11 3 l~aickey, Jno J 8 Allsbrook, Joseph ~2 I vit, \Vtm 1 A\rhiit, .luiY(l It 2LIa:wrence Pauil 3i A\rdisit, Whil t i 1liiiilI. MIa rv 8 B~run~sont, .Fit) "; .5 L awrence', l2'j 7 Blartlett, Le.onora 12 .'t IIItt , 1" 11t 5 J3 tser, .1lartha 3 .'IEiVce', II A 1 Beoaufort, I;Iizahtc 1 1.! !;; !ar, .I2! .3 Jiro vii, \V 11 Moo~rI, Ma:rt ha I. 3 l3ro~rolwav, 'lJarv :3 1~IIer, .Ina 11 Ilrouddw:Lv, :\ E. 2 .IcIet t Jas I. .I3roadw'atv, I1 2 Mu[llett, C 8 1 BIroiadway, Lewis 1"2 Mullett, Saira I 1 I3rouhIvavy, SwUil Ji .1 Moore. Alarg;rett 1 Blser, 1', S .3 Molrris, .milt1 "1. ]lrLInsiin, 1 )a ul 2 NStr-In, .1arred 1'_ itria. onu, SaLrahi 2 Net: les, .T1 ."el '1 Barrett, L'ppv (; Ne'ttles, .1u Jo 2r. ti Iii iddiatn, 11.1i -d 1 tNtshit, P' .\ (; :3 Blarrett, .1.onj 1 Ni io5..: An "IL 1 ifr...

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 August 1849

(FOR THlE BANNER.) leaniory. There is i tear of -weet relief A t'ar of r-pture tend of grief ; The feeling heartit uoe Can know What tot emoetioas trort it flow, It is wnen rnemory cdirins the inud, With tender images refined ; 'Tis when her magic sp.-lls restore Departed frieds and jov no more. There is an hmur, a pensive hour And oh ! how dear its enothing power It is when twilight spre ids her veil, And steals along tihe s'lttt dale - 'Tim whin the fadia.i b'osons cluso, When ill in siir-nee ande repose: Then ienary wake-s, and loves to i ourn, The days that never en return. Then is a straitn, a plaintive strain, The source of joy, and yet of pain u It ist the song whose dlying nmeasure Sont' rriend lbeloved heard with pleasure, Smano Irieiul who o'er again tnay hear, The melting lay to meinory dear Al ! then her tmaii spells restoro Vissions of biissful days no snore. WVom as's Love. Like Ivy, viere it grows, 'tis seens To wear an everlsting green t ; Like ivy, too, 't is forite...

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 August 1849

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