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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 5 September 1849

etif J F j \ of gett i n ao g e l n t '('~~ ~ ~ f" ,1 { + I~ Octet of getting along wvell in; the 4 ;;"' Y. lit, is toho pleased, orseoin to be pleased sr f 6yqrythmg and everybody. 3Vhe.a nan's self love is sogreat that he tipp oe hi faults are better than other peo pe' vidtas, oninay say that:he has a prot good opinion of himself. It is to be hopad that all the fruit and vege tabeswsvill not be gote by the time that the cholorais over; ta the North as many persons it; would liketo got a taste of the "forbidden fruit bdfore winter. r.In. Gerniaty all poisonous preparations for destroying rats are mixed with lard and latpblack; consequently, no person can pur chase arsenic under pretence that it is waln ted to kill rats. O:-WVhn a woman conceives a prejudice ingAsint a man from hearsay, but is pleased with his manners and appearancp.gqpon being unexpectedly introduced into his company, her heart is in danger; for she feels that she owes him some remuneration for the injustice that s...

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. — 5 September 1849

4.z. Ir vhi pk Summlta fs ea, uji o 1, Uipper I t.' 1 'f etg't., S~. C. Militia Coot inauade4 by Capt ~Mahis: Arr~gn 3 Gatuiy r4 ! +IfieldJo - Arraitt, Ro .J .luiWno 7I 4 Atki, 1 '' f~llt t,;Rlir d '9 .~v b' tisn 'Mark' U o ", i2. .Jures,, Rtivers' R U. A'tkib Ja~ ~mes, Roknnua 3 A t boa +: J~ties, ilenj A 2) A i j3 ti'd ' .f Jieflerson, Lew~is (6 Bri1b -iey 1 Jones, Jamesa 0 Boll, Ja~ieaP:: 2 judon, James 10 Rbiusat],i.osepli'S: 3 Kennedy, hire 11 4 Bradleyt1iBen1j 7 Knowles, Delila 4 I~oykiu, "Jne 9 Kemip, 1!' try 4 BrownJoel .4 Kend rick, 8 J 5 Bradley, Rehuben 5 Limbecker, Geo S 4 lirownm, Wiley 3 L~ee, Jesse 4 .Bror, Eiza 0i Lee, Johln2 IBakdir Daniel' : Lee, Lucretia 2 floyym, Yopes. 6 Little, Jacob 2 Baer4ohin s C' Mathis. Gov.'I [ 3 Byrd, Elzpklic' 6 Mlarshall, Richuard 9 B Ikti, top oelII 8 .McLeod, Jnu N 9 Boll, 'lawson' 0 Mlooneymimi, Bryant 9 Bell, 4lexaode , 4 McLean, Samrahl 1 Bolv~i bY i , 5McLeod, Daul 7 Brown,1 Middloton 5 Mlosely, Jtio 1(. Blurl(cit, 4tnos 8 Miosel...

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. — 5 September 1849

od Fama of h a so of ai Ali Kin of Pe.rsiaY . r.yal h ! Lunn, o aod w o toand-twent x r =r 'r s 1' ?armooix 1?"a'mab ol Shi-raz and son of h of ago and was the elset aeo, Futi A , King of Persia. his royal highness had been for several days on a o huntind tpedition, and was about to oceed on the following morning to ,"f.rn iohiret Ho invited us to stay that aotrwafo him, and to accompany him neing a on his return homewards, in ... " t ' ; ..,plemndor Iushese Alim Meea, for T should enjoy some excellent gaelle hunting and hawking on the way. Al though we wore much fatigued with our long and tedious journey from Shiraz, we accepted of the invitation and the more willingl as we were aare that it . ., 4'~would aff~ord us an opportunity of wit nessing a royal eastern hunt in all its splendor. hussein A Meeza, for that as the name of the prince, enter tamed us during the remainder of the ' alpu id day most hospitably, and did us the lion or of personally conucting us over his hunting and ...

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. — 12 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
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 12 September 1849

- y '2thein. t. h l'4A rln r]p,'o el tif> ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ,~t nh~pig st /. 4 1U; ". ,n L / , ( a aa1tp~ o gv seed,I lvowtheti in the - e oik~ Jlkaas aoitit i l coinue y gh tho upring."nwhe )lant. ii e~nappearznco, anj~ u hoiilul Stat m in i;i wet season, whit httle dirt taito ift nd transplanted Thle loaf gd ine have a diffbrontappearance froii the - e ota. aly,tnd the potato will be found to a ro1 araoid smoother than usual. - pre tI ithoaftor satiifactoiry priac ice to raise the Potato, to any other wiatev CO1LLIN WVOOD. a on o., June 18e. - r. s r m .ains rfa M'iastodon andfossil Elephant. ---r. John .i C. Warren has edified the Na tional Scieinifco Aspociation, sitting at Cain idlge, -Mass., byan exposition of the M. A Sgustdens founid n the State of Maryland, mein fit'teen iniles fromt Baltimiore, which lhe ~iijred1 Mioceno fossils, like many simnilar an7tt 1iiurope; showing a higher antiquity s ' " ih b toreics ofthle Moastodlon an itge ateus. *C{ e1I cimens nearl resembles the s...

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. — 12 September 1849

Ate ~tinly C dSoeety held on thee tugof e,0th li ' Tli- olowing gentle, men were ele ted oficers tre the preseni yarty, vi T J-(aeGr.Ay, President, F. HoyT Vko e r nt4 A Coxw.VAr, Secretairy ant I reopu#rer fOitlN BRuNSON, Esq., Librarian noa t S.- HunsoN, J. L.. HAYNs. f N.-: CtA Executive cointnittee Qn- ot niit Was resolved, th-nt this Socie. Artftn~t~heir thanks to the idies of. Sum, tylW'ne highly; eslejned friend and ". o leGtr. J. B. Mita.ER, and tc ;s 4 . " S t,'anT. B. FNtAsEH, Esgs. }abJdglenatioi of books for our - -T 86cety thten .idjoutrnedl to meet t Fny in October at 4 o'clock in the owl' ppe~t 10, 1849. IV1tsAILY OF S ) DIVISION, 1NO. 12., SONS. OF TEMPERANCE. Tho 1st An iversary of Sumter Division, No 12,.MiSs of Temperance, will be celebrated ot Fridaty,:the 4h inst. 'i1to pulio theing will bie aid on that day at 1 o'clock, A.'41. in the Methodist Church al Sumterville. 'There will hat iddresaes by Dr W 8. iaxes and Mr. J. W. EnviN. .Thedienise of Sumter Ivision an...

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. — 12 September 1849

014 pon -F alinore " , ~ /' S-f. a h6 oh ILQ was of (Ge -4 3{dscn, a1 1 nevertheloo s &4 4 ,, ; -odo $ ;e, a land' of ,his na ; "r 's, '' 1WHY Lil4 o ed upn 'all imported it itrcontempt.' no. ; " ; Iierbi hf;s a favorite with the people of' -. > r d was invited to almost every e iven by the elite of tile sorry am I to say that the French ti. r;las not the only cornueopiary ar wieh the great musician was c . dietd. A horn of brandy and water ras equally his delight, and an even i ifig's- entertainment was scarcely ever clpsed before he had risen to a state of eatitude, seldom attained by water ovmg mortals. It was a cold night in December, when all thegay fashionables of B had assembled at the residence of one of the wealthiest citizens in the vicinity of the city. The party wis a brilliant one, and the gifted Roberbill was in his T ff He never performed better in ' bist" )ife. He 'outdid' himelf.--The soft and mellow tones floated from his nlugic horn like the enrapturing str...

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. — 19 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
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 19 September 1849

o, 4 : 1W Tu Yxr t CUBA.-By the follow nag, fromt LadeVrdad,' the Spanish paper i New .York, itappears that the Cubans really deserve-almost as much sympathy as the ;Hungarins; No Goverment scarce every made niore tyrancal exactions. We copy + ? " . ome of thern: Little less than a fourth part more of. that a + whugchi from fr the ntaber of 600,000 free inhabitants, feuices to sustain all the expenses of the government of these United Statns, in which are counted more than 20 millions of inhabitants, and which, with little more than half the number of soldiers that we " k support isn Cuba, have more than enough for the protection and garrison of their bou ndaries and forts. ;Flour and many other articles of first no.csiyfrthe-tnneofteidsra end poorer clases, are charged with a duty varyingfromh 50 to e2 0 per cent. of the first price of the article, such as rice, salt fish, In dian meal, live pigs to be slaughtered, & c. &c. Salt fish, on which we find a charge of 33 oper ce...

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. — 19 September 1849

r ih itka for the gift of this blessed hook, which a kitdiProvidcnce bestowed upon fallen mnan to teach. Jdn the way to heaven. r lreten; tony I not pledge for you that ou willeke it for your guide: May it be 6uthiclcnti qur' buckler; and following its :;, tIQ~teihigu ay we at last arrive at that vtig lier the wicked will cease from troubling, and where the weary, will be at rest. SALEM CAaIr MIEETrIG.-The Camp Meet ing at Salem, in Lancaster District, closed on Tuesday, the 4th instant, and was one of un usual interest. Seldomn has there been a Meeting, at which better order was observed, and more permanent good affected. The ac- . cessions to the Church were about 57 white I and colored and the number of conversions about 35 or 40. The surrounding section of country had been deeply interested in the subject of religion for some weeks previous. [ Camden Journal. (17 The Ch-'trleston Courier says: "We are requested to state that Delegates to the St. Louis and lemnphis Convention wil...

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. — 19 September 1849

REVOLTIdNARY ANECDOTE. When the British arm held posses. sion of Philadelphia, General Howe's head-gnatters were in Second street, the fourth door below Spruce, in a .house occupied by General Cadwalla cer. Diriotly opposite resided William and LydiaH1anah, members of the So. ciety of Friends. A superior officer of the British ar. my, behoved to be the adjutant-general, fixed upon one of their chambers, a back room, for private conference, and two of the officers frequently met there, with fire and candles, in close consulta tion. About the 2d of December, the adju tant-general told Lydia that they would be in the room at 7 o'clock, and remain there late; and they .wished the family to retire early to bed, adding that when they were going away, they would call her to let them out, and extinguish their fire and candles. She accordingly sent all the family to bed; but as the officer had been sc particular, her curiosity was excited; she took off her shoes, put her ear tc the key-hole ...

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. — 19 September 1849

'' 4 su,'. X M REVOLUTIONARY ANECDOTE. When the British arm held posses Sion of Philadelphia, General Howe's headc "atters were in Second street, the.fourth door below Spruce, in a . ouse occupied by General Cadwalla ,der. Diriotly opposite resided William aid Lydia-Hanah, members of the So. ciety of Friends. A superior officer of the British ar nay, believed to be the adjutant-"eneral, fixed upon one of their char ers, a back room, for private conference, and two of the officers frequently met there, with fire and candiles, in close consulta tion. About the 2d of December, the arlju tant-general told Lydia that they would be in the room at 7 o'clock, and remain there late; and they .wished the family to retire early to bed, adding that when they were going away, they would call har to let them out, and extinguish their fire and candles. She accordingly sent all the family to bed; but as the officer had been so particular, her curiosity was excited; she took off her shoes, put her e...

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. — 26 September 1849

M.,44 'jm S. 711-Z From the South Carolinian. nteresting Correspondence. The following interesting correspondence, -hich has been placed in our hands for pub. : ication, we take great pleasure in laying be.. S fore our readers: EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT, COLUMBIA, July 14, 1849. MADAM: The Legislature, at its last see- a sien, directed the Governor "to procure and cause to be presented, on behalf of the State, some appropriate meniorial to the. widow of the late Lieut. Col. Dickinson, as evidence of , the deep regard and admiration of the State for the lamented and distinguished dead. t In the performance of the honorable yet I melancholy duty assigned me, I herewith t transmit, and ask your acceptance of, seven I p:eces of silver, constituting a tea and coffee 1 service. Receive them, madam, as a slight testimonial of the high estimation in which r South Carolina held one of the gallant defend. r ors of her fame; preserve them us a neinorial I of his patriotic zeal and heroic conduct on...

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. — 26 September 1849

/ 14 om the South Carolinian. Interesting totespondence The following interesting correspondence, which has been placed in our hands for pub. lcation, we take great pleasure in laying be. ,lore our readers: EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT, COLUMBIA, July 14, 1849. Ai: The Legislature, at its Iast sea. uion, directed the Governor "to procure and cause to be presented, on behalf of the State, some appropriate memorial to the widow of tha late Lieut. Col. Dickinson, as evidence of thedeep regard and admiration of the State forthe lamented and distinguished dead. In the performance of the honorable yet melancholy duty assigned me, I herewith transmit, and ask your acceptance of, seven pieces of silver, constituting a tea and coffee ..: - .service. Receive them, madam, as a slight testimonial of the high estimation in which South Carolina held one of the gallant defend. ere of her fame; preserve thorn us a memorial of his patriotic zeal and heroic conduct on eve. v occasion demanded by duty and dan...

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. — 26 September 1849

New 'and C hoice all EGoods I he subscribers are now receivingone the lar et ani most desirable stock GOODS tha.t 'has over been ofFered to -th triends and customers of the CAMDEN BAZAAR. Ihey have. dring the past week openet 0. .,a tireIltOwi prepared to show a splendid as Rtc1tabribsfoi Ladies' Dres ses,. suc, As, Elegant Cashmeres, Muslin Do Luiies, PlaiuMerinos, Chamoloon LusteS Lyanesae Cluths, Delalsle Stripers, Ge iughatmn Prints, &c.; Al"tar;go nmortrn t of Shiaws, Such. as ,ung and squwtro Sla.e, boil plain and pritnted, silk, cashmero and bruche. ALSo A large stock qt Lintens ttnrd Line, Goods. 'Yurseileas Qdtelt Dimities, Curtain Stuffs '&c. EVrtt1 VARlXErT nF HostERY. Goods fqr Gentlemen's Wear ALSOQ Also a ltae and splendid stoe: o. Ready .Made. CLOT H IN , Of every quality, and at prices which canno -fail; to please. - AND They are also prepared to offer to Planters hnd.others, one of the most complete assort ments to be found in Canden,of Blankets IKerseys sSt...

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. — 3 October 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. — 3 October 1849

se in u h o.j tr, 4 t ! ' t j A > '. -t- " ! - }t ,L ^ ' y h~" } pj Itl F' Il fihOetsry to Lk .y~t punileijo itould do somo years hz ~"s. o hprgas of unfair weighing of 3+ trY attef h v bin-malde agamnst the weighers iarldit.tdn. Let the matter be fully inves '- Th Coiurier says: We were invited on Monday evening to witness the weighing of -omq cotton on F itzimons'e wharf, the history c ~orhth. may tend to throw some light on the %, ; 3 R'tpanoies between the weights of Planters aid actors, which are now a subject of con. E troverthy, he cotton was received in April last from : no of the most eminent Plantere of our Stato neatly packed, with the weight of each bale 1 - - tmnaerk'ed upon it. It n as shipped from the landing of the Planter in a private boat, and vas consigned to a relative, a gentlemai largely engaged in the cotton business, under whose supervision it. was weighed. Every - _ ' .b'ale fell short from 8 to 35 pounds-the aggre gate deficiency on ten hales being 172 p...

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. — 3 October 1849

Head? Quarters 4th REGT. S. O: M. O DrolID SEPT. 25, 1838. \ Tue Fohry-fourth Regiment S. Militia will parade at. Tintmons Town on aturdai the (27th) twenty -seventh day o:betobe nexut, rmed ind oquiped as the law directs ior drill and review. The commissioned and non-commissioned OliUers will meet on the day previous a the above stated phace for drill a'nd instruc tions An inspection of armes will take placi _uimediately after parade Brigadier General Saml. R. Chandler ant Stalia;ro respectfully invited to attend the perade. By Order of COL.' F. M. MELLETT, W. T. WILDER, Adjt. Oct 2 -4U 4t Bacon and Butter. 2000 lbs. N. C. Bacon, Kitts Prime Butter Just received and for sale by A. J. & P. MOSES. N. B. 100 Sacks Salt on the way fron tiddleton Depot. Oct 2-' 40 tf School Books, Of Every Description from the Elementar: Speller, to Latin and Greek, including Sta tionary of all kinds, for Sale by A. J. & P. MOSES. Oat 2 49 tf Gin Bands. 1000 Feet 4 inch Copper rvete. Gih Bands. ...

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. — 3 October 1849

f ,h ' r h .opt p o r' th e su sh n of h e m , 41' :ar - -i i-Fcyt s 'r ^a . Y WUiL IO ATO D CLA tRK. S r4 He' II. drank gan, And frome purer fount on holler ground, ~, *.'~ n Harty life, when o'er his way lope pour'd the sunshine of her snaeu, A gorious and unlouded racr The boaring sraprt t beguisl, .He 'drank from her enchanted cup SThe sweet libation of the soul, 'Pail life and souen wore swallowed up, i 'Vithin her pure and free taohtrwoi1 Then breathilng rapture Its his lay, He touch'd lif rich and trembling lyre, As matin..birds in music stray, a~e 'Painted on orient skies of fre; -' And dreams, all coloured from his joy, Como forth, a fresh and holy throng, To bless the aspiring minstrel boy, And deck the numbers of his song. How anon the mantling clouds becaume Disrobd of roses they had worn, When on their wings of crimson flamu They brought the glorious hunr of mourn ! They melted in the aion-tide ray, . T ' y lessened in its fervent beam, When youth had cast its pearls aw...

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. — 10 October 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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