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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 10 October 1849

nablu rp o-made "to '" - r te etriy-ta p ta , byMr=V p ner i' I gextracts: aving~sle dfititek of thr ,' ""' t" n litter , td of the disadvantages, e li f onia, Mir. SummerWgoes tgypsum, but by far the most value. - * " " r " ble terial which can be used as a fixer of 'aut n coat Is charcal-a material you can all e t your command. -lIf a supply was trnt and-kept on hand to cover your manure ejt as each layer is deposited, you would -T prevent the escape of all the volatile gases, and; when hauled out and. properly applied, x .1- --would have a.comtpost fromn which every xt^ ,F. cultivated would be benefittedl. Whlere n t 7 7 tp r l~i applied to the soil in a pulverized atq a directl-y, by renidering the sail ealif; and by retaining at once the a tnonia(such as falls in showers) for the use of the growing crops. The fertility and productiveness of those spots upon when coal aFa been frequently burnt, has attracted the at,..atton of every observer-yet we see large quantities annually w...

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. — 10 October 1849

*o1 a satj Coiclouugha, J.3: Extract from the minutes of Sumter Divi. sin No. 12, Sons of Temperance Oct. 0, RhsorteD, nt this Division have lenned with deep redret, tho umiti 'o'y and lomentable death of our Brother JoHs AInHa CoLcLouou, Jr. itEsoLVED, haI'It we cherish his muenurv us one, whose example was a bright illustraion of those principles of purity and truth we are orga. - ised to perpetuate. r. - IIErOLvhn, 'T'hat in testimony of his worth and of our sympathy fota his death, in addition to the usul badge of mourning to be worn by the members, the Division approprieto ono pago of its Journal, upon which shali be inscribed in a suitable manner these resolutions, with this su perscriptiun; SACRED TO Tut MEMatORY OF -JOHN ASHIIBY COLCLOUG H, ya. Obiit Sep'. 29, 1849. Anno Aetatis 23. surrounded with thei usual budges of a mour unng sheet. ' RtsoL.vED, That a copy of the above, after its insertion unon the Journal, be enclosed to the Widow and Father of the deroused. IEtBoLVSD...

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. — 10 October 1849

Ilk -be ~ & j'i :rosis streewlv tlt0 itme >by the con ed a ' o o"l ed r Mer hnb onsadgrabty out at the knees 'and'e, ws anid . is shirt seemed as if imgighit be the; idenitical two napkins, eiroitogether, which belonged to the ws*o drmost fortunate of Sir John Fal Stiffe gountry troopers. In short, Ned. orlin appeared to be a regular loafer from his pimple over, to his shanks mares, with the llo exception, that his tongte went like a. perpetual motion, wlereas ,it is oie of the peculiarities of the fraternity 'that they are too lazy to talk. The most interesting feature, however, of Mr. Merlin's character is that he's a poet and that too of so un adulterated a complexion, that whatev or he says runs into rhyme as naturally as if it was bespoke and paid for at a penny a line. Mrs. Donovan, the complainant, is a little Irish woman, who keeps one of those 'hole in the wall' shanties, where they purport to sell 'the best of good liquors, at three cents a glass;' and it appeared 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. — 17 October 1849

P y i4 e tY . ' f4r :LT1Yr7oll'1. h,..,Y' h ' "r ." . t"w. t.., r.va+ .s .. , ; "z, -.r }. ,W?'"r'MJ! M.'... .. !, " I "' 1 1. Pool VOL. 111. SUT11TERV"ILLE., S. C. OCTOBER 17 i1'S49. The Sumter Banner: PNBLSIIED El tY WEDNESDAY lOiRNINa, BY WILL (AM J. FRANCIS. T E I M St Two Dollars in advance, Two Dollars and Fifty-cents at the ox >iration of six months, or Three Dollars at tho end of the year. No paper-discontinued until all arrearages are paid, unless at the option of the Proprietor 07Advertisomonts inserted at 75 cts. per square, (14 lines or less,) for the first and half that sum for each subsequent insertion - UThe number of insertions to be marked on all Advertisements or they will be publish ed uutil ordered to be discontinued, and charged accordingly. 7One Dollar per square for a single in sorton. 'Quarterly and Monthly Advertise nent' Vill be charged the same as a single nsertion, and semi-monthly the same as new ones. All Obituary Notices exceedinv ;-ix lines, and Co...

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. — 17 October 1849

C THE JACKSON VENTION. We have received a op of,1ie Alfississip. ian of thq &dUnst yhi i ns th& pro ceedinga of tiM 'li onvotion, whtiht bni'da o en #b inist. We hav> nto-day eAresolu lions, whicls tie found below.-Cot. 'el. 1. Resolved,'That institution of slave ry in the Southern States Is" left, by the con stitution, exclusively under control of the States in 4hich it exists, as a part of their do niestic polio lwhich they, and they only, have the right to regulate, abolish or perpetuate, as they aruy severally judge expedient; and that all attempts on thepartof Congress or others, to interforo with this subject, either directly or indirectly are in violation of the constitu tion, dangerous to the rights and safety of the South, and ought to be promptly resisted. 2. That Congress has no power to pass any law abolishing slavery in the District of Co lumbia, or to prohibit thu slave trade between the several, States or to prohibit the introduc tion of slavery into the te...

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. — 17 October 1849

% f Trusteew of the ridfo d -1 Ititute will meet at Strr 'a O the "24th November: Zt ; fct "'tpose, electingaPRINCIPA tid FEMALE ASSISTANT,' two 41 MNJ8Wc TEACHERS and a BUI , :fqjl3 ensu ing year;'commencing on, t ho.1s a in Feb runry,-and closing the AIst Fd" d1 November following . The P1t NCIPAL, must bet married gei. - eian, of experience ii teachingcompetent "to hnstruct in Natural and Moral Philo ophy, Chemistry, Mineralogy, Geology, Botany the Lattin ahd Greek classics-whose wife will be required to have the entire superintondance: of the conduct of the Young Ladies, when out' of thc.Sehool loomn. A salary, of one thou. sand dollars, per annum is of'ered, with board of himself, wife, and any children they may .have under seven years of age, free of charge. The MALE ASSISTAN 1' must be a gen tileman of irreproachable, character, compe tent to instruct in Algebra, Geonetry, Plain Trigononetry, Rhetoric, Logic, the Latin uid Greek clissics. The Salary oifered .is Five hundred d...

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. — 17 October 1849

% A Oormano old uiman, ids wifl, and. brqdo Vsi tloalthv ,and ,osy. * ihee4d'4bildernu lldetici roi. ibs "Fatherland," whol a ied In httinore a ftw days glince, on Hsy WAY tcthe'far West;" was robbed the day efidbI their arfivdl- by stme 'unmitightpd acoun ti'el, of a'umallI Iather tanik ontaitiig $4,267 In.Gold, which ~they had' btobght' satoly 3,000 miles over a treacherous sea tuo part company with just as they hadineirly reached their des. tination. The distres consequent upon the realisation of their loss can scarcely be imagined. But mark the strange sequel. The father, in passing along Liaarr STtaaET, was prompted by his clultly genius to pan ". for a momnent at the wiidow of Messrs. PYFE R & CO. No. 1- Ligh t Street,, in uhich a lalge amount of Gold is dis phtyed t6the gaze of the curious, when he yield ed to an irresistible yarning to try his Luck in some of tipir Magniflont Lotteries, in the hope to mnke tp his toss.~ He purohases a Package of Tickets intho Maryland 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. — 24 October 1849

4 is t r e" ' i(. , ", ' 14.E _ r.. c N y a , 1 aw i ; v , , - ,t - nv a . ; r, " nyyuti f ri j. S" "1 " r Jf ';fit .. ,.. ;,i. S:', " VOL. III. SU}IIITrERVILLE9 S. C. OCT.ORER' 24,':;1S 9 The Sumter Banner: iLL1SiIED SiERY WEDNESDAY MORNING, BY AfILLi AM J. FRANCIS. T ElM S: 7'.To Dollars in advance, Two Dollars and 'ifty-cents at the expiration of six months, or Uhree Dollars at the end of the year. No paper discontinued until all arrearages kre paid, unless at the option of the Proprietor 0r' Advertisements inserted at 75 cts. per hquare, (14 lines or less,) for the first and half that sum for each subsequent insertion ltrThe number of insertions to be marked bn all Advertisements or they will be publish led until ordered to be discontinued, and tharged accordingly. d -One Dollar per square for a single In serUin. Quarterly and Monthly Advertise ments will be charged the same as a single hsertion, and semi-monthly the same as new ones. All Obituary Notices exceeding six lines, an...

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. — 24 October 1849

INTENSB EXO'TEMENT IX MONTREAL THLE EFFECT AN .PROGRESS OF THE AN. IATION DBCLARA ION. MoNTHRAL. 1 to r' 1 , ,80 MhEssa EDIToRs:- Toro w-h b ane word in the mouth of eve'> man nndvo man in this city yesterdat, and that"iordl ryas Annexation Thodtriost exkitem eat prevailed. Every where the question was discussed. In the news rooms and at the vorief of th'd a'trder , liIe' gretlpsn*ero assembled, with an anxious and serious air, spbculating on the probable consequen. ceaof thoatep.that has already been taken. TheAddress, Manifesto, or Declaration of %idependence orthe three hundred and twenty-five signers, of men of all purties, and' "iniong -the most respectable and wealthy of our citizens, was an astound. ing fact, and produced the effect of a clap of thunder Whatever exceptions might have been taken to the wording of the document, or to the manner in which it had been put forth, there was still the great fiact, that these three hundred and twenty-fivo sign. era. had. pledged th...

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. — 24 October 1849

and isI d llid T'ip e p'rt in the grand: ceno td be cnaetod. An in vitation to Niblo's,(accepted, of course), a r'de out of town behiud.the fat' trot ting' ponies of Mr: C.-'loveletters intigues--petty - entertaintients.-,ro mauce --grand 'denocunent,--proposi tiotis f inarringer-accepted-ministdt --in t'ii ge pot 4l--edi itg tour, and the ourtain falls amid the pudits of the audience assembled. Now this cer tainlyis more dangerous than all other imaginable experinouts, especially if one1 catchtes 14 i rtar,-nmarries in. haste -,findsout hi mistake,;and repents at leisure. .X. Y, Z. .ExxnA.Qouni..--Tlhe Court of Common Plens hod Gon I SeAsions closed at- this place on Saturd. last, after a Term of two weeks. Oxving o the heavy criininal docket, little business 'a done on the civil side of the Court. An xtra Term has, -therefore, been ordered tc egin on the second Monday in Januarv nex and to continue for Iwo weeks. I.dge/ield Adrertiscr. SrATar TAr .-Oi Tuesday anti Wednes day last ...

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. — 24 October 1849

ITORTNM 8TRNGE" 'A . fiau miell, comt oebid o 'ay 6d. mspu,, his' uf~ad a Wood of six healthl and "rosy -o de 4r r ad they way tothe "far west," was robbed-the day titer their arrival by some unmitigated scoun drel, of ia smell leather tnuck containing $4,267 in Gold, which they had' brought safely. 3,00O miles over a,treacrous . sea to part company with just askthby had noily teached thieir dos. 'tination. The dtires coulioquent upon the realisaltidn of thelf' loss Can Icateely be imaginedi. Bu~t%:nark the' strange sequel: The. father, in passing along LtanT Staast, was prompted by his lucky genius to pause for a moment at the window of Messrs. PYFER & CO. No.1I Light Street, Iin which a largo amount of Gold is dis played to the gaze of the curious, when he yield, - ed,to an irresistible yearning to try his Luck in sofnpe of their Magnificent Lotteries, ins the hope to make up his loss. H e purchases a Package of'Tickets in the Maryland Consolidated Lottery, Class No. 125, 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. — 31 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. — 31 October 1849

SOltIUI L Ai W~fA USOTBD 1 t t I'M Oh gIme flberty 7 *ar tVrdven Paradite hyprisou:,' - tIl4 j'i$iuld long toleap the orystat walls. The world 'is nothing but. babble; and I hardly over saw the-tnanwho oid not prate too ituch atind speak to little.' And yet half of our age is ombozzlod in this way. ' We teO kept four or five years to learn words on ly,.aid to tuck them together in clauses;ns many more to make exercises, and to divide a continued discourse into so ntany parts; and other five years, at least. to learn sucnctly -to iix and interweave them after a subtle and intricate manner. We only begin to know how to live, when we know how to measure ourselves with oh. jects; that is to say, to propotion our attach Wient and our application to their importance. It is thus that we avoid too great an indifler. ence for great thinge, and too great an ardour for small ones. Care, the consunting canker of the mind, 'The discord that disorders sweet heart's tune, 1ho taorti u buslart of a...

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. — 31 October 1849

''PEtWRANCs SrATis-teo.-.Wp earn from the "Spirit- olf tho age," that the fourth annual session of the Grand Divis. - ion ol' tier Sons of Tetiii4ranee, fnet in Raleigh on. Wednesday tho:17th inst. . * Therowere 57 representatives from 24 *subgrdinito Divisions. It appenrod fromn the various reports from 07 Divisions, that the number of "Sons" in those 07 nmounts. to 2,500. And it is estitiated that tho remaining 13' Divisions wiich glcted! pport; migt.swoIll the num her to 3,200. Last October, the whole nujblher in this State wasonly 500-Pay. {1N. C.) Carolinian. Gtttass , alias COLLUs--A correspen. tlent of the Wilmington Jo.urnal, writing from Six Runs, Sampson county, tells, of n "coleaort" (what an outlandish way to * press cabbatge by, when every bodly uses the short, sa;ple., mnde~si, phonetic word "colluds")'over 7 fiet high, and 4 1.2 fiet in dinint ter. 'That is thetallest co/ecort we ever heard of us we recollect. It would taks thae 'big pot in the little one'' to cook it...

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. — 31 October 1849

n . f r ' ) r, Groceries "C01PET IO T;:L F OF " So say FRO 91!-t RINGLE who taken this ieth'd &h ulrpducing their modest pretentions; to tti ilece of "the dear people" of Sumter. istlct. A "new broom sweeps cleai, atil for the purpose of making a clean sw of., billt oir Groceries,; they have re - $lia'teeJ,1At such prices that will tempt , 1; , _ all a 'to buy w honor them with a Every variet. .pf Groceries for Cash or Brter-ig pax-tfa follows: - 7 i0 PioaltDundeq Bagging (best) 44 in. 17 cents. - 0 Coils R6pe, 12 cents. 100 Sacks Salt. 2I000 lbs Bacon Sides. 1000 lbs. Best Hams. 15,000 Segars. Nails 0 1.4. Sugar (brown,) 6 1-4 to 10 cts. rt (white.) bouble refined. Sacks of Coff'e, Cuba, Rio, Java, 0 1.2 -to.12 1-2. tolasses, Candies, Prunes, Pickels, Go aben Butter, Cheese and all "that's nice." Please call at the Grocery of FILERSON & PRINGLE. Opposite Vandhan's tiel ut=,terrille, S. C Sept 2545 tf Splendid Assortment, J T. SOLOMONS & 00, Have just received and are no...

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. — 7 November 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. — 7 November 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. — 7 November 1849

1 11. . f " . 7l. . A' " v ttwestern fira nvj- ' of const1nipti are probakby " *: " least 150 autA robned, uakir g in all not 10i thia (3 i0,000 bals an= nually *terl'up at home. In former Years he consuwption of cotton in Gr Britain was jbout three.fifths American, y and tiyo ffth's India, 3i'azil, Egyptian, and e .. oreii cottpn.. Th. propor t of the lattoeris now le ts "The whole quantity of cotton goods Nn,'ade in 'he Union is estinatited at 720, 000,000 of yards, of which about 80, 000,000 yards are exported, leaving 640,000,000 for home consumption, equal to about thirty-two yards to eve ry inlbabitant, great and small. The increase of the population, including immigi ation, may be safely estimated , '"; t one million annually for the next ten years, which require 32,000,000 of yards of cotton goods additional every year. Estimating the average weight of these goods at four ounces, or a quar tor of a pound per yard, it will require 8,600,000 pounds of cotton, egnal to 20,000 b...

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. — 7 November 1849

Fr e4r ae Z tmoit br tCoodk, fcerte,. Iurdvaro a dCi& o ackemith s rtage, .s Tri tn ,na rutlier ode&c Hltea tnd & a e , .Stats nary, of ckcry, a. very 'jarge Stock. of LOTH1q1 , and a vaio4y of other goods almost too tedious to -uunorate. 'The sub. ucriber havlng purchod ibi etqck. in .the e city of New York, nd :at the closest possibIo { prices, chiefly for casli, enables him to feel t prepared to suit customers in prices. - -; 12- ANKS, Oct 22 52 tf 200 pr. Negro Blankets. 2006 yds. Negro Kersoys and Linsoys. For sale by L B HANKS. Oct 2 ,5'3 tf A IlIE SOUThERN STORE NeO;OE IluCANTS RQW COLUIBIA. FISHER & HOXIE, Are now enabled to ofler to their friends and totlie public generally a full and well selected Stock of Staplo and Fancy DRY { GOODS, to which they are making frequent additions. Their Sto'ck at present consists in part of Ladies Wear, Righ Silks and Satin de Chinese, Canton Crapes black and col'd, Alepine and Mohair t Lustres, Contoi Cloths for Morning, it...

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. — 7 November 1849

; = 9 en . h Stafe of Ait West,' S 'Et te, a n. 3.,' r tyi by years ofkilhwii ted tolerably pretty pile of S _as' ho said, prncipally hefacb that de did,ut "raise imuch a unions, but rito smart of farmer, hearin that good - dw much cheaper fart er south, '? ;n 1 to move there. According. L ovided his oldest son with a - , and a sufficiency of the o defray his travelling and tingeht expenses, and instructed him *{w I s purchase two hundred acres of good Jand, dtthe least possible price and re --t) 'trn iamediately ome. The next day, s, E.eeins started for Arkansas, andi after an absence of some six weeks, returned hiomeelt' heams" said, the old man, low'd yoi ;<find land'in Arkansaws ?' -,'Tolerbly cheap, dad.' - u1did'nt buy moine to hundred .acresdid'you, Jeoms ?' dad not ver tu hundred, I How much money hey you got left?' Nary red, dad! cleaned me out?' Why; I had no idee travelin was sponsive in them parts, Jeecns.' .Wal, jest you try it woust, and yule find out, I reckon.' Wa...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
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