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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 15 August 1849

TIhe SiihlIrV (I lt'( 1 r 11sjig t of 1'JIxiL( tit 3$2l5,tG(R, aIiUOIIV, t11( atl us outr l ttihe L~ 1 I l(, hdrel lcie~ te at' lc",t olf II Iaik itid. ' Ii, rtutr,l with protid ltiilit v, -it \\t"l1i1d It, it !loi0U. world if' I wecre." porkdeaer',sho, \VI:4 11:1 h IIC ingo for -rely i, 1- wles Cr hll:: ,'t S 33!\222 1il '1:R~ 11(1jI(-\ S;ul 2111 v9u sonic! niot (ldicttl:tl, I11, hI! V 'Vlll (lit kl i.lowo to cotiitel11jit 1)4111 bills. 1'b" ws the (lllsaajelie. ill her (It gagdllV n of w il~hl II-Shinudtt li! Because' she 111(11" /flO1(1'. Stich i\iltel', flie oilier d;a , leleulced it w ith iluligraI 21101. "Do!)n I thlik I 3211 ;1 Sala3. -l 212a211ier,' sai h31le, ''2tI drink iva'r biting" Camden Branch Rail Road Notice, Dept)n tial :sfar'r I lie ie.-dl lid an li' I.S as ho(w adi'ell -el. School for IXantien or TIain ners, The w4xlbstiitt 1e.or Date 31ei s; 'ujr. Tl-AIA .1 il-.p's ths' lintsrls per vow,1i vtirr.' it) D aningr 1 1 1. 1 0 he pI11s' opIlu'lilg a moi (,lI enr .1W(,i...

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. — 15 August 1849

The Lady and the Robbers, In a charming village, situated in a truly romantic country, but at a consid erable distance from the high road, Ba ron R. was accustomed to spend the summer. IIis mansion, built on an eminence, was perfectly adapted to his fortune. It was a spacious building elegant within and without, amid dis. played a good style of architecture. It Was about two hundred paces from the village, Basiness obliged the baron to take n journey of a few days. IIis 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 heard an alarming noise in an apart ment near the chamber. She called, but re...

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. — 22 August 1849

V.LU.. , S U, .TE R V I L t S. -. - -IJ S -22- 1- *4 MI - -_ _ _ _ _ _ _**NT n~T * .U Dumter ,Ummner: PBLISiED MVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING, BY WILLIAM J, FRANCIS. T E RIllS: w7' Dollars in advance, Two Dollars and ifty-cents at the ex .iration of six mionths, or Three Dollars at ite end of the year. No paper discuiniunci until all arrearages are 4 ,unless at the option of the Proprietor }'Advertisements inserted -it 75 ets. per i quare, (14 lines or less,) for the first and half that sum for each subsequent insertion IOT Tho number of insertions to be marked % all Advertisements or they will be publish l until ordered to be discontinued, and tharged accordingly. 'QOne Dollar per square for a singln in %oution. Quarterly and Monthly Advertise 'merts will be charged the snme as a single 'nsertion, and semi-monthly the same as new <zmes. All Obituary Notices exceeding six lines, rnd Communications recunmendi ng Cand tnat~ for public offices or trust--or pufling Exhibitions, will be char...

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. — 22 August 1849

VOLUME Iig. SUDIZ ERVILLEi, S(jC. AlJGUST22W)I84J. an11u a umor anner - PBLISHED M VERY WEl)NESDAY MIIRININU, BY WILL LAM J. FRANCIS. T E II MS: Two Dollars in advance, Two Dollars and ifty-cents at the ex )iration of six months, or Three Dollars at Lile end of the year. No paper discontiiucld until all arrearages are , tunless at the option of the Proprietor Advertisenenta inserted at 75 ets. per quare, (14 lines or less,) for the fir::t and alf that sum for eaich subsequent insertion 'Il0The number of insertions to be niurked b all Advertisements or they will be publish '8 until ordered to be discontinued, anti charged accordingly. 'KOne Dollar per square for a single in ' el'tion. Quarterly and Monthly Advertise 'nents 'vill be charged the saue as a single 1mertion, and semi-monthly the mne as new oues. All Obituary Notices exceeding six lines, and tnmunicatious reconunuedli ng Canl W'a&s for public offices or trust--or pufling Exhibitions, will be charged as Advertise ments....

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. — 22 August 1849

Christ; but it might be carried up 1,200 years earlier than that time, because Josias destroyed the chariots of the Sun, A. M. 3302. It also appears that these ceremonies were used by va rious nations in different countries, and have even been traced to York. It has been shown with what eagerness the Doman people pursued these amuse tuients, and so closely have the English followed the practice of the Romans in that respect, that, taking the evidence of the scriptures found at York into con thieration, there is little doubt that it Was there that horse racing was first in troduced into England in the celebra. tion of the Mitraic festivities. The meagre accounts that have descended to us of the transactions of the Romans in Britain afford us no means of describ ing these sports; indeed during the 500 years that the Romans held possession of the Island from the landing of Julius Caesar, B. C. 55, to the time they quit ted it A. D. 446 no notice is taken of British affairs for the spac...

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. — 22 August 1849

AN ENGLISIHMAN's-OPINON OF AMEIRICA. *Mackay, in his recent work en this country, -says "that America is the only pover unearth that Great Britain han to dread." It is not the political or military power of tie United States that the British Governme tt has to dread, qecording to Mr. Mackay, but the "sil. -ent and unostontations operation of nature, :and the progressive achievements of art on -he continent of America." A pleasant anecdote is related by Richards, of Dean Swift, who, when his servant apolo. gazed1for not cleaning his boots, on a journey, because they would soon be dirty again, di rected hint to get the horses in readiness im vnediately; and, upon the efllow's remon strance that he had not eaten his breakfast, that it was of little consequence, as he would soon be hungry again. An article in Blackwood's Magazine says that at least 25,00I0 persons perished by fa mine in Ireland in 1847, in consequence of the iss of the Potato crop, notwitlstanding -ie British Government...

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. — 22 August 1849

g0 the Girt. [COMMUNICATED.) M&. Editor: As you have a number of fair readers, I beg you will allow the following which I find in an old paper, a place in your columns. It is selected expressly for your lady readers, and most kindly commeded to thon. By studying it a little they will find it con tains some excellent admonitions. II. S. ,,,,, "Courting, vs. Attention." "This is a subject which, always im portant, is becoming peculiarly so, and we design to call the attention of the young people occasionly, in hope of ar resting an alarming and destructive evil. Young ladies are bound to fall in love as soon as possible, and bound to be to a partner for life, as soon as the neces sary preliminaries can be made----such as getting a lover, fascinating him thor oughly, being courted, having the question popped, getting the wedding garments in array, and inviting friends to see them prettily martied. The young man is bound to be galrant and polite and to admire, w ithout stint, all th...

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. — 22 August 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 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 22 August 1849

Sthese cere !es 'sed hyva r4QuS nations in eftrent cd itries; tnd have e 9 'been ced'to Yik. :;k, b een $oin w hat igernese the Roman people pursued these amuse eatg 'aolosely.have the Knglish tollQ g . p e'actO 0of th* Ronmans in th t hak g -evidence of the se ptares found at York into cone ..1aet11O) t orde 1* little doubt that, it chore that horse racing .was frst in odpantoEngland in the celebra t0 9f the Mitrai. festivities. The eagre accounts that have , desceonded ,to us of the transactions of the Romans i Britain afford us no means of desorib-. ing ,these sports; indeed during the 600 years that the Romans held possession of tie Island from the landing of Julius Oesar, B. C. 55, to the time they quit *dit A. D. *446 no notice is taken of . ritish affairs for the space of 817 years of that time. Hence it is not surpns i g, when we are unacquainted ,with transctiois of importance, that we ubould be left in ignorance of the amuse tuents of the Romans in England. After the Roman...

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. — 22 August 1849

-f tt -S bf d a~t~ i( iy~ ~ Qtwta! ' timne .p of, natute rtm on e. s rta' chardr . ii ,"wowhn'haW teaInghiq. boots, on aJos ten i 6hbieow'stLemon: ''' ? had not eaten his breakfast, : nO eo. 'as hei would. tkwotn4 nt n e lnd In 7, in consequence of t 'bato; eip, titlwithete~ndilg h'Go vernree nt ened fifty mil n l p" alt od for tho pop. e tenso donittoos were recerv. ' pcaital in Eng -ia colated, been in. In on. urid.state of Burupe are'nformed - EMpttixpiress that the ht th fo te purpose of sh brig Plumper, icsiecessfal They have been tlimeind have already oh. $':antbvof specie, ther 4+'F~t h~er-aluabletarticles. will -M thPltnper was lost near .during the'lastwar with Great ndaipecie to the amount fob she pospose of paying off sol. 4Mr Fsvor says he had the pleasure 1ih large bag'of the dollar* on his onfle6 ft ?U#iRRA1fROa;o.--The Gran. la wtibldly'in the construe 1idiO NO leIss than 22 lines, of 4tenh ;of 4 riles are in progiress; and dttliex b~ oftconstruction and equipment Uid...

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. — 22 August 1849

.tr JIn o apry j T R;Ii' 1 1 ~t 3 Selected i , s and n commnedef to themn. y belittlt %6y4111 find it con Oe pie! admonitions. ,:x , . 3 b asubeot'whic , aliay$ im p tarnt,is becomug peculiarly so, and iwo design to call the attention of the ~o4g: peaple ocaionly, in hope of ar an alarming and destructive Young ladies are bound to fall in love tsoon as poasible,-and bound-to be to 4,ainer for life, as soon as the neces ar y.preliminaries can be made-such as getting-a lover, fascinating him thor. bttggiuly;being courted, having, the totpopped, getting the wedding gal iintalin array, and inviting friends sethem prettily married. The mandis bound to be gallant and s3t. and to. admire, without, stint, +:1 the retty young girls known and unknown; to doff the beaver, offer his arm, invite to the ride, the plc. sant saunter--in short, to all an sundries indeed to show his devotion ..and gallantry towards the sex, until sonto enchantress throws her spell ,ounid him, and he sinks, subdued; i...

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. — 29 August 1849

" t, " Jet : 1 41 4 ;5 Ylr", l .iE} :y { rf. ..i 40 7tl 4 "f .N7 rvj" A h 9 CwU ST 2' 549a ,O-L-UML III. SUDI'rI'aI$ 'I , S. C. A U ' MIL- w--q - 9,19 :ue oulller nauner: PfBL18fl D 1 fBRY WEDNESDAY MORNiNG, BY HiWILL1AM S FRANCIS. TI2RMS: Two Dollars in advance, Two Dollars and 'ifty-cents at the ox 3iration of six months, or Three Dollars at the end of the yeat. -No Vapor discontinued until all arrearages are patti, tnless at the option of the Proprietor U"Advertisements inserted at 75 eta. per square, (14 lines or less,) for the first and half tiait sum for each subsequent insertion 0TThe number of insertions to be marked on all Advertisements or they will he publish ed until ordered to be discontinued, and charged accordingly. 8TOne Dollar per square for a single in bertion. Quarterly and Monthly Advertise. uents will be charged the same as a single inertion, and semi-monthly the same as new ones. All Obituary Notices exceeding six lines, and Communications reconmendi ug Cand. d...

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. — 29 August 1849

Our Album OF ORIGINAL. AS WLL AS SELECT . No. VII. Lov li's t:yrs. read fth-..va cours~er's name Upon his . i ;rars o. fi.on ; And, by% Ir: tor:-han i' br.a z ono The war o o t ho E1t4 are knownia. But in the' (;nmei h ong eyes, The irinet to hts borsom ba ; 'I'hrou.-ht hou we see the small faint " tmark \Vhere love had dropp'd his burning spark. ANACItEON. BE SATISFIED. Those who are satisfied with receiving the *l necessaries of life, without grasping for un substantial riches ana honors, are alone truly happy. This was the sentiment of Aristides, a noble Athenian ; and by living up to it, he was happy. Plato says of him, "Aristides studied to fill Athens with virtue." To have such a line recorded of you, what greater honor could you desire! You are laboring, perhaps, for that which will neither benefit yourselves nor those who come after ou and are never satisfied. Expect but little strive for less-possess a good heart, and when you are dead, virtue will be reflected from your mo...

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. — 29 August 1849

-aa [Folt TuRS t3ANi\Vi Let mei live inI theahearts that have loved ine When tiepO nwoth Lio green EIrth I lie, I,-t no columni prondrean ing above me, Lift its cold iiiblo front to the ciky; At tucting With. labored inecription, Tho g:zo of .ech chance peper-ly. No ! mine ie a menory cherished, Iair dowai in the soul's iuimiSt cell, Where with thunghts of sweet hours now perish. d, 1M " imnge may jooth'gly dwell; Dreithtig. influnence, s"cret and holy, o tc '.b osoms that loved me so well! , ~tlie per fun of flowers floats uround you, lee Mus:c is borne through the air; a .'t4light's grey. anantle hath bound you, Tlot-hour vo e'er held so dear; Friends! let those monwnta be sacred, l Sgirit will .urely be there! VIOLA. "The Cuming Man'f Ar Canada.-Trhe foh lowing appears in the French republican jotunal, Le ollntjifCur. It is a deecription of the coming mnan-that individual to whom is to be entrusted the reorganization of Canada: P'rophecy.-Canada will becoime free, and will be ann...

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. — 29 August 1849

TAKING A SIOWUR BATi.-Doctor. -"Well,how did yfur wife manage the hower.bath, deacon? Deacon -dhe had ral good luek. Madame Moody told her how she man- p any aged. She sail she hal a large oiled tu silk cap, with a cane to it, like a fire- ha mat's. that come all over her shgulders, ev and-" n D-jetor-'She's a fool for her pains Lil i-..that's not the way.' - w Deacon--S n wife thought.' th Doctor-'Your wife did nothing of the sort,.! hope.' S Deacon-'Oh, no, doctor, she used ac an utbrill y !' an Doctor--' What ! used an umbrella; al what the mischief good did the shower. D( bath do her?' tic Deacon--'She said she felt better. by Her clothes wan't wet anite. She s..t ti under the unbrilly for half an hour, re till all the water had trickled off and said 'twas cool and delightful, and just sp like a leetlo shower in suminer. "' Then she took'off her things, and rub- f bed herself dry arter." ch MARRIED VS. BURIiED.-A clergy. wi man who hi in the lottery of matrihno- a1 ny drawn a sh...

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. — 29 August 1849

a ate VOUM III 5u V i VOLM _ SUMTE1IVILLE, . C. A UGUST 299 1S49. NU MBEu44 The Sumter Banner: PUBiSHED MERY WEDNESDAY MORNING, BY WILI LAM J. F"RANCIS. TERRs: w To Dollars in advance, Two )ollars and Fifty-cents at the ex ,irat ion of six iont hs, or T4hree Dollars at mteendl of the year. No npuer discontinued until nli arrearages 're patid, itunless at the option of the Proprietor Ij Advertisements inserted at 75 cts. per square, (14 lines or less,) for the first and half tlrit sum for each subsequent insert ion ElT'he number of insertions to be inarkeil on all Advertisements or they will be publlish 'ed until ordered to be discontinued, and charged accordingly. ITlOne )ollar per square for a single in ertion. Quarterly and Monthly Advertiso nents -vill be charged the same as a siigle Insertion, and semi-monthly the same as new ones. All Obituary Notices exceeding six lines, and Comnmunications recomnnendi ng ( C:aiil dates for public otlices or trust-or pulling Exhibitions, will ...

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. — 29 August 1849

Our Album OF OLt14INAL AS WELL AS SELIECTED SPILINI LI N I lS 1 1 ' 1.'. " ma rk ijia rkc. A NACII EO\. HE1 SA'fIEID. Those1~ tcIli arFe sii:; d wf~ I reach i ng dlie 11t!a'r:es ofI IIIQ, wviit L gr'i:pI ! ot 111" 111 stahs:;:nt a richies and litilr::, atre a lone nIru lt jijtl. 'i'lis w:.s thei i'iit iltt o Ans;\&i ules, a1 114,101! At~li ; . 1111 bd fi~ :v:u1 it! i i i, 11e wait lhappyi. l'late s l's of liiti, "'A rt ide. dit1ch at line' r'eordediIt vf 'n1, tt 11:1 ,,,eater Itutior coii; you Vi h'sirt'! "~ 1'31 artle rl" ieri ips, finr tht tvlncI," trill tehu Iio' htif oulvsnor I11;.:?' tvyiii ii:iu' :i119'r von, al re never sat:-fi:'iI. I \pe;'t ILnt litle strive fir lc::.:-p),ssi'.s a iidot Il, 10, and wh~eni you ::re ,1,.:11, r:rtiio will be rlc:,;l(' front your tiIoniIi111o'l;i!I :; We1R loe vi' ''r Itlir.!.JitIf ai'n. Puill the:;i lini t neve hr:i t. T;I) 11 : 1l ln n , nfi , :I it, in the" lll iii il al in lii ill "vi 'i ii;;l Ill 11111i il~l hr li 'ht . Yo i r ' ,i n )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. — 29 August 1849

\ h u divep hiCill (!a0 ;;reels I~ii iIt I lit, 1,"'tIlli e.ilunin. pr~iudit i' agi t1it-no, li alt i:- Cold Ina: 1b1' Insvil it) Cth'' 2k; A' IllolIiwig With ia'or'dI iilwriptiu, ''ig,.' of each ce: ilier IwupI -by. No.111" hti' a I1l.'iiiiy che. ishd, Wuivi ttli thouight of swe- hou" ~rs Blowv llrethiIL iiilliieiie', w-cuii mid hoily, WVhen the pa'i fiunitii1Itiiw, re 112li1tstiritiilid you, Anld iw'LL Ali s i is' bhiri t rughs the air; Wh 'I'u1%'.~tllt lei tita in tie bh a bound you, 'Ii 1'211 r~u ly vi" 'ii held uO dyeir; Al y Sg..' it will .onrly be thuee "'1'1,, ('llirt .l? h I''J~r ('n:iada.--''Ii' fil ,rut~~f ii , cini lll~~ : I is areticrlito 4Illitt te (Vu~i lli ala~i!'-ll:t i lii dj1u:i Iii tdiiulu is to. lie ('l'.tlCI II011th rf'iiil:"a1224 1t~uIn 411 (itilti1LI. 'pI'ic,--('ai1li t: ill Ieeeiugn' live, alltIi W~ill I't :IuI1ti';rI to 111c Unlitedl "lilets ill line 3e::rs. l o1r (.':e:::dahil f IIh-an1 (lilt S:l', I .t'l' (.tr;:t!;i II 2-ivetll.:Lul N 'c"- I~rll:swiL' :a ...

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. — 29 August 1849

TA IcING A SHowER BATIH.-Doctor -"Vell, how did your wife manage the shower-bath, deacoini?' Deacon -'She had real good luck. Ma.lame MI vnlv toll her how she man agei. She s st 1 sie ha.l t large oiled si!k cap, with a capie to it, like a tire man's. that conlC all over her shoulders. and--" D etor-'S''s a fool f'o her pains -th . tt's 1 it tie way.' Da tw-'S> m/n Wifeo thmit~ht.' D.ctor--XYo)ur wifE. did nothing of the s.'rt, I hope.' Deacon-' Oh, no, doctor, she used an utn'mrill !' Doctor-- Vhat ! ised an umbrella ; what the mischief good did the shower bath do he-dr?' Deacon--'She said she felt better. Her clothes wan't wet a nite. She sit under the in1rilly bir half an hour, till all the water hal trickled orf and said 'twas co-l and delightful, and jumst like a leetle shw)Wer in sii:itmner. Then she took opt her things, add rub bed herself dry arter." MAltRIED VS. IBIltIED.-A clergy man who h1 t-1 ill the lottery ofinu itri>') ny drawvn a share that proved to himn worse...

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. — 5 September 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
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