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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 1 August 1849

action. Invited, as members of that con. tention were, fi portio of the Un. on, the sphere of o as f too.,ea, enve for wise and and ision. There were ny t in. iVolveL if gneral pro ons on to W laid dpu in such a c ti n, set is not worth in d sateof the publ mi pon the nest on, Whatever platform might be -adop ed, the of tiers pa rall !ynwd e?tepeillt;ads each Section of the con 1iil Ii ve its own ob jects.to-auin, these must be attained by conceel . t# thq ebjcts of. others, and the teault will furnih evidence of a mutual Si tofaccbramodationeratherthan'acautious for the general interest. Such an as semblae is a very different thing from the itemjt t concentrate opinion and action in Lvoof sny inip ovetnent affecting a particu lar Rion the .nion, where there is a cgmfiu ity of information and interest, and Wbere there is no weighing of one project st, ahbther, not any sacrifices to insure de desired result. Altd _ am fully confirmed in my previous anticipations concerning the Chicag...

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

Cenus of S unt r ii CL-AnE IONT COUNTTr. Free white 1nhabita: , Boat .Co., Nn. 4, Upper Bat. 44th Rog't:, C. Militia Coin ianded by Capt. Bolser. I'6N, ail-ached ii Cfaremont .Elction Disr Allsbrook, Thomas 8qIl1 4t'hw *' Allsbrook, Willis 4(Kolb,-Denj Allsbrwdk, Britton 7 Loryea, Aaron 5 AlshI; $Lacliey, Jn d: Allebr ...y t l.ygtiun Wmn 1. Ardist, Jore' Ii 2: Iwrotace Paul si Ardisk Wi 8:Lynuii. 'ajrcy Avan, Abigail 3'Lynumn, Dah J 3 lru ,,-J no' 5'L-wrence, Blenj 7 Biartlett, Leonora 2 &Mellett, F M 0 B lser, -Martha - 'McEllveen, Ii A 4 Bagufgrt, lizabeth 1I'cKellar, J J S Brpwn,\V 11Moore, Martha L. 3 1 i4atlwey, Mary ;3!Miller, Jno 13 3 Broadway, A E 2 Mellett Jas 1' 4 Broadway, M 2; Mellett, C 8 1 Broadway, Lewis 12 Mollett, Sarah 1 Broadway, Sam J 3;Moore, Margrett 1 Belser, PS ' 3' Morris, John 4 Brunson, Dan! 2 Norton, Jarred 12 Brunson, Sarah 2 Nettles, Joseph 4 Barrett, Leppy 6 Nettles, Jno Jr. (t Brajahan, Dai 4-Nesbit, F A C 3 Barroet, Benj 1iNichois, Ann 4 Brutnson...

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

Iupborr.;. 'Jhpl a tear of ..weet relief treaa rirpture and of grief ; if eling heart a one can know ..i. , t most emotions from it flow, .11,1. when memory ohairms the mind, With lender images refined; 'Tis when her magic spells restore Departed friede and joy no nore. There is an hour, a pensive hour ; And oh ! how dear its soothing power I It is when twilight spreads her veil, And steals along the silent dale : 'Tie when the fading biosoms cluso, When all in cileuce and reposo: Then memaory wees, and loves to mourn, The days that never can return. Then is a strain, a plaintive strain, The source of joy, and yet of pain ; It Is the song whore dying measure Some rriond beloved heard with pleasure, some friend who u'ur again may hear, The melting lay to memory dear ; Ah ! then her magic sieils restore Vissions of blissful days no more. 5* t Woman's Love. Like Ivy, where it grows, 'tie seen To wear an everlasting green ; Like ivy, too, 'tie fond to cling Too often round a worthless t...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 8 August 1849

... ?. .., ,y, "1. I i - - 'J .wIJHiW( 4:'(r.YGMH'M'FkWf. " "Iw MCglYlrnylk..M!MM.)gM wNl.,.i !. ,. ,+w " 'i, ,i ,. "1u1 !"'t ,aljz ; i. ?: . .,.r .: .. ! ;i " ,y, ,.% i', 'ti I,:}a;il . t ' r1., ,C ' A" I + r,' ,y . 1 r.j 7. ' i r ! t""' r .}" Ci" C. A.UfUST 8 1849 hi ' rter Banner: QLIA1R4|$gy 8it RRNING, BT WIrLI LAM lRANCIS. TE RMR8: ?40 ouars in advance, Two Dollars and Pty nts at the exairation of six months, or 'Taree;Dollars at the end of the year. .No paperdiscouatinued until all arrearages acsdi;ii unlesattheoption of the Proprietor " IJ"Awdvertlsements inserted at 75 et. per i ,(14 lines or les,) for the first and Ii that sun for each subsequent insertion Crl'he number of insertions to be marked onftll;44 tisenents or they will be publish. 4untIl , odered to ho discontinued, and pr square for a single in p terly and Monthly Advertise. niez will b.charged the same as a single nlrtion, endsitemi-monthly the same as new ll Obituary Notices exceeding six lines, and Cmmunicati...

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. — 8 August 1849

o 01tQI AVA. t AB8 EL*OTBD THE OLD ' 9 0 LT'ER - The' weearea trned u theoad "Ono by one, and dif by day; ,3 very JItr bore its record TOr-the hour passed away. They were gatheredithere:in'hundreds ! 'Telling stilr of hopes atld fears ,kreathingstill tte same deup tenderness They breathed in other years. dorni-were soil'd and tattered fragments, Joined with care where words were torn; Some were crumbling into atoms, ,]3y incessant readings worn. There were others--fresh, but blistered Little worn, "for little read; But on them the stiffened pages Told the tears that had beeen shed. The ink had in places Where a hasty word was traced, And a phrase of thoughtless bitterness Was blotted, steeped, defaced ! Yet all precious, and all priceless, In their hastening decay, Where those loved and voiceless witnesses Of hours passed away ! - OCTAVIAN. JUDCIOUS HINTS FOR WIVEs.-Never complain tht your husband pores too much over the newspaper, to the exclusion of that pleasitig converse which y...

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. — 8 August 1849

The following p ert American Ministe n Qty, - Biauoroft, is .Worth e t Q pe f the Great A aeric ris . t?##T49EIN .0Lte.--Th1 qAmeri can Minister to our Oourt has 'notifted this event to his fell 'i.itiaens resident in this country in the following terms-4 "figce has been recoiv 9 t i that3nraes Itnox P lk,so lately President df the., United Staits x ir6don the 15th day of Juno , '. ni h:b eecceors, ho. has > o .the ning of old age; bt; ; Q ofore completing an illustrious nsaeto Able career. The judgment oti ittrytiiih ear marked him out for high services. Raised successively tithe first places in the state--chair Inan of the most important Congression al committee; head of the House of Re presentatives of the Whole American ople; supreme magistrate in his own 91 amonwcalth; President of the Fede rl~1opublio-he ever approved his fit titU d 'highest trusts; excelling not Aoin stion than in laboriousness, erldoncg,enpete ic, and fortitude. & fi6ed,.established, and extended thlr...

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. — 8 August 1849

pt'l t b9th91bNJ$.td t1e lot OOTOBER > E' eilb led o eed to ' HREl f tt h'iild'toati rdtation ad the Rdpt !J i lyt accord ith a.similar- ar rangement of the Georgia and Weste'rn and Atlantic Rail RanIi' and *jili -roforo su persede the Dalton, f ia'o 4 d the s Tick ets, as hereota isaded.' ' 36 6t W . R BA t'LESS, Sec'ry. To Travellers goingNbrth, THE GREAT MAIL ROUTE FROM CHARLESTON, S. C, LEAVING the Wharf at the foot of Lau rens-Bt. daily at 3, p. m. after the arrival of the Southern cars, via WILMINGTON and WELDON, N. C. PETERSBURG, RICH MOND, - to WASHINGTON, BALTI MORE, and PiIILADELPIHIA. The public. is, "espectfully informed that the steamers of this line, from Charleston to Viliington, are'in first rats e6dndition, And are navigated by well known and experienced commanders, and the railroads are in fine or der, therebi sectiring b6th snfdtyan dispatdh. A - TI ROUGIH TICKET havin already been in operation is now continued as a per manent arrangement from Charleston to Phi...

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. — 8 August 1849

? tnttt a VOLUME III. SUMTERVflLE, S.C. A IGUST 8, 1849. The Sumter Banner: UBLISED bfBRY: ' SDY MORNING, BY WILIIAM . ANCIS. T ER MS: Two Dollars in advance, Two Dollars and Fifty-cents at the exyiration of six months, or 't'hree Dollars at the end of the year. No paper discontinued until all arrearages are paid, unless at the option of the Proprietor lirAdvertisements inserted at 75 ets. per square, (14 lines or less,) for the first and half that sum for each subsequent insertion U'The number of insertions to be marked on all Advertisements or they will be publish. ed until ordered to be discontinued, and charged accordingly. lTOne Dollar per square for a single in sertIon. Quarterly and Monthly Advertise ments will be charged the same as a single neertion, and semi-monthly the same as new ones. All Obituary Notices exceeding six lines, and Communications recommendi ng Cand dates for public offices or trust-or puffing Exhibitions, will be charged as Advertise ments. (rAll letters ...

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. — 8 August 1849

VE IU VOLUME III. SIJMTEIIVsLALE, S.CG. AUGUST 8, 1849. NME 1 The Sumter Banner: UBLISHED MBRY', ' SDAY MORNING, BY WILL IAM JRANCIS. T E R MS: T'wo Dollars in advance, Two Dollars and Fifty-cents at the expiration of six months, or Three Dollars at the end of the year. No paper discontinued until all arroarages are paid, unless at the option of the Proprietor OlAdvertisements inserted at 75 cts. per square, (14 lines or less,) for the first and half that sum for each subsequent insertion UTThe number of insertions to be marked on all Advertisements or they will be publish ed until ordered to be discontinued, and charged accordingly. ITrOne Dollar per square for a single in sertion. Quarterly and Monthly Advertise. ments will be charged the same as a single niertion, and semi-monthly the same as new ones. All Obituary Notices exceeding six lines, and Communications recommendi ng Cand. dates for public offices or trust-or pulling Exhibitions, will be charged as Advertise. ments. IITA...

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. — 8 August 1849

Our Album OF ORIGINAL AS WELL AS SELECTED SI'IIINKLINGS. No. V1. THE OLD LOVE LETTERS. They were treasured up and hoarded, One by one. mail day by day; Every letter bore its record Of the hour passed away. They were gathered there in hundreds 'T'elling still of hopes and fears Breathing stll the sane deep tenderness They breathed in other years. Some were soil'd and tattered fragments, Joimed with care where words were torn; Soet were cruabaaling into atoms, By incessant readings worn. There were others--fresh, but blistered Little worn, for little read; But on thena the sifli'ned pages Told the tears that had beenm shed. The ink had in places Vhere a hasty word was tracel, And a ; .os thought less iit.:erness Wais bloned , steepedt, clot ted Yet all precious, anil all priceless, In their haste: in decav, Where tlioe love! aind Vi.ele witaesses i hour: passed away OCT AVA. N. Jeuntcuaors I I NTS ton Wrvi:s-Never uinadtin th:at your hiosbatnd pores too much over he newspaper, to the ...

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. — 8 August 1849

'AN ADMIRABLE PAPER. The following paper, issued by the American Minister in London, Mr. Bancroft, is worthy the patriotic pen of the Great American historian. DEATHI cF MIt. Poixa.-The Ameri can Minister to our Court has notified this event to his fellow-citizens resident in this country in the following terms: "Official intelligence has been receiv ed at this legation that James Knox Polk, so lately President of the United States, expired on the 15th day of June last. Unlike his predecessors, he has ended life before the evening of old age; but not before completing an illustrious and memorable career. The judgment of his countrymen ever marked him out for high services. Raised successively to the first places in the state-chair man of the most important Congression al committee; head of the house of Re presentatives of the whole American people; supreme magistrate in his own Commonwealth; President of the Fede ral Republic-he ever approved his fit ness for the highest trusts; exc...

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. — 8 August 1849

~AN ADMIRABLE PAPER. The following paper, issued by the American Minister in London, Mr. .lancroft, is worthy the patriotic pen of the Great American listorian. DEATH OF Mn. Poi.ti.-The Ameri can Minister to our Court has notified this event to his fellow-citizens resident in this country in the following terms: "Official intelligence has been receiv ed at this legation that James Knox Polk, so lately President of the United State3, expired on the 15th day of June last. Unlike his predecessors, ho has ended life before the evening of old age; but not before completing an illustrious nd memorable career. The judgment of his countrymen ever marked him out for high services. Raised successively to the first places in the state-chair tnan of the most important Congression al committee; head of the house of le presentatives of the whole American people; supreme magistrate in his own Commonwealth; President of the Fede ral Republic-lie ever approved his fit ness for the highest trusts; ex...

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. — 8 August 1849

Reduction of Local Fare on th A South-Carolina Rail Road, J'rouu the 29th JUN I, to the 1st OC'I'() 1I'R T I11, fare wvill be redcd to "T'1IREE CE~NTPS" per muile' to ally staltiong oil the Road. This willI 3sccoruI with a s~Iimilr ar j'auulr'.lltt of' theI (3 or-ri~a atud \Vretern till3( A~tlan ti ait'l ( toadcs and13 will t herefre snu perscde thet I)iltou, Romeui and X~thaeis TFick et,,, as heretofore is~s~ud. To Travellers going North, THE, GIA'I' 1MAt I, IRO1T' FROM (71IA I I1'TON, S. C', LEA'I NG the Wharf at. fIlls loot of 1..313 ren-st. (ga3ilyv at :3, pi. I. afteur th l a' 3rrival1 IofI the. Nogt lri ca3rs, Viau \II l \IN( 'F( N sluid i~iI()NI), fly 'VASI II NU'I' )N, BA\:ii'i TheIu poubhic is repec31(.tful Ily i~fr edou t hat thet $teuuifr of1 dis, Ifine, f'rom1 ('ba~reiton to3II \illit i1irt3I3, are iI fi rst ralte ' 33113 tau .ion and arc navl;:313.&I Ibv w~eIll Lnow~ auto m 31xpri3113t eta ('03131u'ulu3I'1s, andu I lie 'a ilro333 a3re inl fine( ar tier. Lhirr1iy $'1...

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. — 15 August 1849

A i . t r tir ~ ... r1" i ner,, ti :" ,> 1 ' Yr '. yl'k k+ 4f Si A,.M s ;3 "ft i. YTImt } tl 'i pLlr h.:'' :S' At:t ;j '.T"t,., 1:fErs, 1, i f. 3 r-}( } r 7 f"' " h' b' 3y, k. :rr TA tGt ft 9r t }. " try ," i'r " ' . Al' vu r r i Y i"1'6 s .l a kit .. Th }i 6j i. , t :Fj " f t. 1 . -S i, V i A n "A 'r ,t1 1' ,I:I 1 J J ''1 R V TL L JL'/ I. ;. , - SuM r Baniner: MB O WEDNESDAY lIORNING, BY. _WILM LAM J. FRANCIS. Tso DoMrs In adyance,. Two Dollars and ?Pifty.cents at th ex firatiori of six months, or T e Dollakrat the end of the year. dp prisucoutinued until all arrearages lire' thl isattheoption of the Proprietor 3Advet'seirtes inserted at 75 ets. per 'qqu s4 iiie r less,) for the first and ihalf , 4.sn for each subsequent insertion i'tiitiilr of insertions to be marked on Vtlments or they will be publish d ': t.i-dered to be discontinued, and 1 $4*obdingly. D6lar-per square for a single in Q4%hrteily and Monthly Advertise klb*d huirged the same as a single dise bd tonthly the sam...

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. — 15 August 1849

his whirling brain almost exhausted to the last stage ofreason. The morning at length broke;.but on whata sfpectaelo of misery did the sunbeams play, as they: bioke through the curtainless windows of his chamber,. and how he strained his eyes to look-on the first approach- of light-for blood on his hands, there was none observable, but ho thought he saw some on his arm, and almost vrild with despair he dashed him self on the bed and burst into a flood of .tears. Poor old Mrs. Grosset heard the noise, and allowing it to subside a little, cautiously approached his door, then opened it gently, and called "Mr. Bruce' a little louder than a whisper; Bruce groaned but spoke not, she called again in a louder tone; Bruce exclaimed in a pitiable and heart-broken accents, 'Oh, Mrs. Grosser! Mrs. Grosset! what on earth is the meaning of all this?' 'Hush, Mr. Bruce! hush for mercy sakel do not speak so loud; people might hear you; and I have come with good news to you there will be a chance for...

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. — 15 August 1849

The Salurv 61 thaPia t itf j Mexioo bus been to lued fr 0, )t), and fixed at $25,00,-anutnt fie fne as -our Presilent. l tp ,I! puitptwy.,fhad a inistered at oson, lip toThtiraday eve ng, upwards of 10,000pledges, atdjiWas till going on with tho good wol k. g gp d.Riohard leolo tho 'vi losV k i, lo retort I with proud lmnilvty -It would be a gl ious world if w iere" og recently Vent into a edir& 'shop which h mistook for lc[ t ft lit strblishmncnt, and ir uirod-."Do ;)}ti curo cholera hercP " o," was tho *'+ ov oure hans." SrsTBrtooD.--A lady s Ving some thing about the "sisterhood" in the pro sence of a Frenchman, ho -ried;--"De sister's hood! Oh, yes, dot dti ng vot .yoor sister varo on ber head. If wheels were made squn e, instead of round, horses could not so e sily run a way with carringea; and if eoplo were <epuoted, they would no know how tctcunterfeit bank bills. C'Wby tvis the Chesapeake in her en -fe eent with the Shannon, Ike the land. audy v p'" ublid house? + c s...

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. — 15 August 1849

thea= dgan dth obb'ers, tin AhliaIk village, sitiate airi a truly. d'mantio country, but at a consid erable distance from the high road, Ba roli '.. was accustomed to s end the eiiner. His mansion, built on an eminence, was perfectly adapted to his fortune. It was a spacious building elegant within and without, and dis. played a good style of architecture. It was about two hundred paces from the village.. Business obligdd the baron to take a Journey of a few days. His wife, a young and beautiful woman- scarcely twenty years of age-remained at home He took with him two of his servanis, and two others were left with baroness. No violation of the public security had ever been. heard of in that of the coun try; and as the baroness did not belong to the timid portion of her sex, the idea of danger was far from entering her mind. The second evening after the baron's departure, as she was stepping into bed, she hoard an alarming noise in an apart ment near the chamber. She called, but rece...

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. — 15 August 1849

____ utmtt t _ __gf VOLUME I1I. U s. . A UGUS 11" 134.. NUMBER 42. The Sumter Banner: 1!BLIS1TED flERY:EDlNESDAY MORNING, BY WILL LAM J. FRANCIS. T E RMS: Two Dollars in advance, Twvo Dollars anul ,Fifty-cents at the ex irat ion of six months, or T'Jree Dollars at the end of the year. .'o Vapor discontinued until all arrearages are paid, unless at the option of the P'roprietor OTAdvertisements inserted at 75 cis. per 'square, (14 lines or less,) for the first anil dalf that sum for each subsequent insertion OJ"The number of insertions to he itarked on all Advertisements or they will be publish ed until ordered to be discontined, and charged accordingly. OJTOne Dollar per square for a single in sertion. Quarterly and Monthly Advertise ments -vill be charged the same as a single nsertion, and semi-inonthily the same as new ones. All Obituary Notices exceeding six lines, wan Communications recoinmenli ng (Camn elates for public oflices or trust-or pllinr 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. — 15 August 1849

his whirling brain almost exhausted to the last stage of reason. The morninig at length broke; but on what a spectacle of misery did the sunbeatms play, as they broke through the curtainless windows of his chamber, and how he strtined his Oyes to look-on the first approach of light--for blood on his hands, there was none observable, but he thought he saw some on his arm, and almost wild with despair he dashed him self on the bed and burst into a flood of tears. Poor old Mrs. Grosset heard the noise, and allowing it to subside a little, cautioeuly approached his door, then opened it gently, and called ''Mr. Bruce' a little louder than a whisper; Bruce groaned but spoke not, Sie called again in a louder tune; Bruce exclaimed in a pitiable and heart-broken accents, 'Oh, Mrs. Grosset! Mrs. Grosset! what on earth is the meaning of all this?' 'flush, Mr. Bruce! hush for mercy sake! do not speak so loud; people might hear you; and I have come with good news to you there will he a chance fo...

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. — 15 August 1849

'I'i S;Ihlrv of lht! Pit sid4l. of 1Uexicu 11ttJ h("t"u Ictlue("iI l ' iii S:itiA)o, Min! lixt:(! tll $"!.),O(;(l, t11111ttt(ily, the .11110 its our P11'SItl( Ill. I'Mlhcr 1IIntt1w.w had tttililti sterc(1 at l; ,:1(1:1, ull II)'I'httr.dav e "('in ;, ulwat"d!s (,f' 19,001 illellges, 811(1 wilst1ill going Oil with thy, nnnd urk. Some o:le calIt it I:_i(:IlttIII i..trele the'vi It ,t of in;tnkiu(l.'' I It, rt"ti)rINI 'ilh proud hutiithiv, "It lvulihl he a ;;loi0US world it A m.m.-I\ i(:llt) " 1"ecetltly %%,(.fit InIO tt }rrlc deMler's sill J), vllkkli.Iii Iiiistoolc for unotiu r(st:llli,11t11( rltautl ilgtlir(,il--t'1)o )'uu cure t"lult-r: h("I't.?' ".jttt." ras the rehl , "We Cure li'1'i it11( Ili,.--:\ 1ad ' si '1t1- sOlliC lhitlfr tthutl! ihu "ill the Ilt"r. time( of ;1 I' renvilluau, lit! tied; -- ' Ue siter's lu,;,d! U!!. vi":;, dat is tic IiIi tit our i. tt:r 'ttre vu IiL"r 11(:ttl.' . i' 'het"i, were nlede s(Itl:l"t", instead of 1* 01111d, hors....; could not Sit .:s !v I"till t...

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