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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 20 March 1850

- * l-'V. -its - Of-t-. D VOTED 1TO SOUTHERN RIGHTS 00NACY'NEWS, LITERATURE, 01NCIT NCS Proprietor. v sUMTERVLLE, S. (i. MARCH 20, 1850. SPEECH, n f4C. CALHOUN, atOn the Slavery QueRionu. DEL*RRED IN THE SENATI.OF TIlE U. STATEV Aarch 4th, 1850. [ 'coscr.unn] Having tow, Senators, explalne what it is that' endangers the Union :and traced it to its cause, and explainc ,itsinature and character, the q'uestioi again recurs: 1ow can the Union bk *saved? To thi I answer, there isbu one-*axy by whi h it can be, and tnat is by adopting snph measures as will'sath fy the States konging to the Souti ern section that they caii remain in th Union-consisneitl' wita their honor an their safety. There is, again. only on way by whiel that can be ellected, an 0;hgt is by removing the causes by whie this beliefi-!is been produced. 1) it4Vb Tjdiscontcnt will cease, harn ny and ud feelings between the set be storeI,&nd eveoy apprehei stonwfdanger to the Uiiion be remo Sed'?.:he question, then, is: ...

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. — 20 March 1850

~otuhlIoi~liie eej~ ~. WValker said heiknowteoimmenso au ei ont was not assembled to hear hinf. atA3 ho Inew that there- waits but ouo man wlhon thbjeex. dtodIo. hear. Whatever rights to had.ftihs floor, he \j1km rTkglcocddt8 a atti~l odSnatn m i aiec Attet.t , ditt hA AIr. Webi ranid that he felt himsefFutrtera uollp obligation 1tithe Penators from Wincen (Mr. Walk. or) an I Now York (IrA9,Wardi fortheir courtesY, hiallowing hinto- itrlaie Sonatl to-day. Its Wisited to's nik to-Aay4 not a a senator from Mas teichusette, nor a a Northern man. hut as an Ato icat and a4 a memb'r of the Ain trican 'miawo. ie thoight It, was fortunate for tit entit- 'lint thoro.w asa Seivie-that there, wan a hulv which fitai not yet been moved from its propriety-not yet lost to a just -orf their rwIi dignity an I high .elfriispect-a idy to which tN .om':try looked with confi.encefr wise nt'patriotic actiin. It was tnt to bo denied that we live it it heiist of otng agitaftion, a qt1.LoQoniderablo danger ...

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. — 20 March 1850
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. — 20 March 1850
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 April 1850

-' - I- bu 3~~~~~~ 71 FRN;A1rpreo. r3 I dran DEVOTED TO SOUTISUMER RN .OA D I ITERATURE AICHARID Ill. DYSO Eq r-,, E- di W?.VFRANCIS9 IProprzi - -' ... .,-*- I Avae P VO0L.I. SUMTYE1VILLE, So Ce APIU11L 3,9 ASO NO 5 4 4 TE BANNER: T ER tS: 'I'wn DoUars in adnance, Two Dollars. and Fifty-cents at, the oxiration of six n0,ulth, Qr Three. Dollars at the end uf the yeat. 'o p~per discontioued until all arreara. g s are potM, paless at the option of the Pgroprietpr. . '.Adyertispnento ,inserted at 75 cts. per square, (14. livtes or let,) i'or the first 4i4l half .irit sum for each subseqauent tusertoiLn. N fr1' The number of insert ions to be nark - d'on all Advertiseoents or Ilthy will he pub.lished. until ordered to be discontinued, and'chargd. accordingly. IlTOne Dollar per ;quare. for a single insertion. Quarterly and Moithly Adver ,tisedmnts will be charged the s;1imo as a sh..bafiglen ertion,- and souii-m.ont-tily the ame-s ow-ones.,, All Obituary NotIces exceedig -six linos;, torm...

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 April 1850

yahdyis- firoaeingas&o itch of the AdourThnent of the ?I. Tio adial and professional einence 4 6f Profress'r2Webskqer,j.the wdlth and standing of the- late Dr. Parkman, and the mysterious circumstatices connected with * dliappeIrance and presumed murder, rderi 'd of the most interesting and exclitig criminal trials that has ever takop placi lthe United States. The prienqt, John W, Webster, wais Arigihd .befotc the Supreme Judicial Lit srfgawssalusetty. sitting at Boston, 64i onday, the 18th inst. Contrary to pgjt#Jsppctation, a. jury was obtaine withoutdif i&ulty, and J. II. Clifford, Esq., t he attorney-gdneial of the'commonwealth, having.briefly indicated the character of the testimony for the people, the examina tion of th1; witesses for. the prosecution comm~nced. On Mopday, Tuesday, Wednesday, anid bituraday the principal witiesses who testined .'re the officers who searched PrefeesQr Webster's apartments at the College,, and subsequently arrested him; -the medical men ...

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 April 1850

' t o la te.~1~ t. e 6o lris ordwr:s ve conil kioni of the Blritish' at fid n before iho emancipation of tho. blacks,anid showed thatsince thea, tbolition of slavery lIiere,'the poptilation'has decrnagedi, thie trade product and wealth of thri islands di. lniaA hedi A 1 e 'sokin1 ''oridition- :ofre 1i6 begroes : reduced almost to a state of Ur biarity and savageno.4s. Where, then, was the object to be attainod in th-i clbrts of the Aiolitionists of slaverv ! The institu tion of slavery wats not the monst rous thing: 4t was represented. There were ll'ectionis 'and kind feelings existing between the knaster and the sLave whicb de; rived slave. ry of man/ of its hardships. Negro shavory was not the only involun. tary servitude known to society. * Whorev. er there was wages for lator, there was involuntary servitude. Thie Socialist wan tle-only Abolitionist who understood his missjon. The Socialist went for. perfect 'equality; lie was for breaking down the ir -stitution of hard labor. L...

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 April 1850

-J BlOUS E1 hdU [ahdd, , te N. ork sbwe h Orons remini. sCNixN 95hc Cowa".uo, from *hieh we extract the following spicy paragrhsp lrst cass of vagabonds rise !' thupdered our -old schoolmaster. ell'ttis vagabonds did riso. 'Now swer bfe'ry question correctly, or -I'll break every bone in your bodies,' was the next pronunciamento of the old utocrat of the red school house. ?ohri Brown, what do you under stand by accoustics? . Whya.stiek to drive crows with, 1 3uppo.' 4Get out, you young vagabond! Did I not see you reading about the scierico of sound !' 'Guess not-that was about Syl. Yester Sound the somnambulist.' t oas,eh ? Sarah, you are John's younger sister ?' 'Yeth hir. What is accoustics?' 'I- know, thir-it ith, it ith the art of making a noith and hcai ing a noih.' bYou are right. Explain it.' 'Yeth thir. If you tick your fin. gel- in your itouth and then pull it out suddenly, the cold air rushes into the vacum' and produeth a thound that thrikes upon the tympan of the ear whi...

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 April 1850

DEVOTED TO SOUTHERN RIGHTS, DEMOCRACY,NE ,LTRUESICEADHERS RUIHARD M. nYsoiv. Esq., Editor. ~3TRm~oDla.PrApaj WMI. .. FR ANOIS, Propietor.. ON-){ OtII* TERMS-Z..Two* I Advoem VOL. IiV SUJMTERVlLLE, S. O. APRIL 17, 1850. NOF.25 TI BANNER: T E R MS: 'I'wo Dollars in advance, Two Dollars mud Fifty-cents at the expiration of si.x imonths, or rhree Dollars at the end of the -year. No paper discotiinued until all arreara. *ges arepaid, unless at the option of the P71roprietor. 73Advertisements inserted at 75 ets. per square, (14 lines or less,) for the first -atid half that suin for each subsequent iinsertion. (1J*The niunber of insertions to be mark. ed on all Advertisements or they will be ptiblisheld until ordered to be discontinued, and charged accordingly. 0TOne Dollar per square for a single linsertion. Quarterly and Momthly Adver. Wtements 'ill be elinrged the s:one as a u.t agle neertion, and seini-mionthly tihe same as new ones. All Obituary Notices exceeding six lines, and Cormun...

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 April 1850

46 , r 1850. alp Phase U'TTI" uesiorn. lj~gJ ee .and e P 1ohunciiMento b I e -r Meeting Qf the Suthrn lors- 9 Feeling at Present. Yesterday was an interestin and an ex. citing day in the SO i rV?.ALL.ACE of (1tur state having obned t floor in the House the day preceding, I stepped into that side to near him. but found that his op itgaE boing heard was precluded un til next week, in conseciuence of Friday's being assigned to the consideration 'of -? privalte bi'Is. Monday being also set apart for "motions," he will probably not be able toobtain the floor until Tuesday iext. A streng energetic and able argument may be aiicipated from him, for ai more fcarless nvrepresentative' of Southern rights, and a more stanuniulupholder of the imterests of his section, cannot be found on that floor. * A btronog intellect, vcTgent reasoning, and a scortf) ajuterfuge aypocrisy, einrac te- iUtteraritis'f Mr. VA1.LAcr, a, all times and all places; for lie is thorouirl .*.y.l"honest man; ns well axsa ...

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 April 1850

he concerns of twenty millioni:40 peop [ white peOPle' interposed Mr,. io, 4ttend to,-wehad done - nothing but vyrang 10about giogroes n CIforni hiough there woereoo groes there. The Senale is much eulbarrassed ar pofpleied. Ifit finds that California s rong enough to carry weight with ha it will at tach the Territoriul bills to lea To use one of M r. Butler's figures, tle wish to see Whether the big boat Ct saft y tow the small boats. The tru is that it is vell ascertained that, thoug California is strong in ihe ouse, y ,S, she is not stroIg enough to take wi her-ihe Territoriul governments. ihis is-N r. Clay's birth-day. It to he celebrated by the Clay clubs various parts of the country. TIhe are great numbers of persons, in ti whig ranks, who look upon -Mr. Cli us their can iddato For the Presidency .1852, 'ith or without a nominution I a Whig Convention. Finally, the Senate voted on ono test qur tion--tie motion to except Calillernin fra the subjects to be retCerred to the Coini...

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 April 1850

s GR, - in of 'bruar !vu tr he io of Riv. IN C El.aist. ad3b at band accon) hed T bhers,.'in all the .various- braq tp os ef literary and ornamental educatioOl, T l :Dtuq es have mtatj te minost' libemi and, Doriptue 2r. un ,m(ints to impart an extensive,. thor Cugyand highly.finished'educat ion. to. all ttf upils- comimitted to their clirage; nnd o most moderate-ter~nm. Strict and aprental attent.ion:l)aid'to the manners amid moialstof the young ladies.- Rligious ser vice, in connection with Sabbath School e.&erciees, held every Sunday morin ini tW4'lialiel, for the benefit of the Institu.. 6 scholastic year is dividd'into two sessions of five montle each, beginniing respectively onithl' first Mondays in Feb. muary. and July; paymenits half yearly in -advmte Rates the the same as last year. D. D. McLAURIN, Sec. & Treas. The following resolution was adopted by ttheiBoard of Trustees: *..Jlksulved '.lhat. hereafter any parent, liE Xll-se;d' to boanlimrd oducate in this lintat...

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 May 1850

4P i % - ~ -V * ' -- -oe DEVOTED TO SOUTHERN RIGHTS DEMOCRACY, NEWS LITERATURE, SCINCE AND THE ARTS l. . FRANCIE, PtTroSprieStorITL S.. C. M AY 8, O . 2 V* *'. SUMTERVILLE,.S. C. MWAY 8, 1850. TIM BANNE: T U R I S: 'wo Dollars in advance, Two Dollars <nid Fifty-conts at the ex iration of six I'onths, or Tire3 Dollard nt cthe end of* the year. No paper liscontinued until all arroara 1es are paid, uiless at the option of the 'roprietor. 0lAdvertisentents inserted at 75 cts. per square, (14 linos or less,) for the first -and ialf that sutm for each subsequent insertion. (ITThe number of insertions to be uark ed on all Advertise:nents or they will be published until ordered to be disco1nt inued, and charged necordingly. IITOne Dollar per stquare for a tingle usertion. Quarterly anld Monthly .dver einents -vill be chuarged the s:nne hs a s ngle nsertion, and seni-itonthly' the -s tine as new ones. All Obituary Notices exceerling tix lines,And Uo:niinnications recominecndii.g Candilate...

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 May 1850

ALU X., IN THE it, .t ta t ofr Aasembly on 26,--. de Laroche.jaquelfii I the table the extraordinO that an appeal should t e oun try on the questlo' and Republic, which was hoever dIsposed ithout discussion by the Assembly 4 nimously voting the previous ues. tion. The following is a report of the proceedings on this occasion: At-the close of the discussion on the budget, Al. Dupin, the President, who appeared excited and embarassed, rose ~idil .Our regulations have not aon(ipit to the .rights of the representatives: as to forni that right is absolute. Nevertheless it is possible to have a proposition presented, which, 4iy its eccentric character, and its ille. gality, might implicate the respoisibili. - lty of the President of the Assembly, in case~he should deliver it over to the discussion of a committee, and should 'permit it to be printed without first con suiting the Assembly. [Sensation.] If the author of the proposition wishes to withdraw it, the question will be at an end. [...

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 May 1850

d0t d.4. .r sli, " ' . % 'SC e qwr it0 ?tawi iheyd - sd vtd~~r or oth W (e in votes' l e -00,e 99q onte rOy, 'Sand avor anvengen and tl)&~osatit i W4 haive Edovprsed with ityd . y persons froi Chll. fornia, an hay tar yet seen.a solitary individul whoi Q i for.the constitution, or a few metinbers of the convention to form it. And the view we have here presonthd of the prbeedin-ig is in ierfoct accordance with all the reliable informa. tion we can gather from that quarter. [3lwMone y Adecrliser. Sr.AVES .11 CALronN. -The Natchez Pree Trader, nye that slavery can be profitably employeil in California. It ad. duces the followinr instances A gentleman frri Adams county had two slayes with him there, and havint been truly successful aid secured at; much of the precious dust as lie wanted, ie brought back the slaves with him. So well had they done for him that lie was offered two h'undred a month tor each of Ihem, if ho would levo them behind. This he refused. n he did not wish to lea...

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 May 1850

ta )reap.. dir of~v&BW t ed by able and acce) -in all the.1fite. b sy and ornnamenta edupatio es have mJa ud'tM' mos Jibe ra complete ar. aite tooimpart an extensive, thor a ighly finished educationV to, all the pupils cQmitted to their charge; and on the niost moderate terms. Str.et and parental attention paid to the uwinners and morals of the y6ung ladies. Religious ser vice, m, connection With Subbatfi School s . es, held -every Sunday morniny in he benefit of the Institu. sehol ar is di into two essions o yve months each, beginning espqctie n tih first Mondays in Feb. r ry atd uly; payments hialf yearly in auvantle. Rites the the same as last year. D. B. McLAURIN, Sec. & Treas. he flowfevng resolution was adopted by pard of Trustees: esolved, That hereafter any parent, whoshall send to board and educate in this Institute, at any one time five daughters, 'shall be entitled to receive the board and eduaention of the fifth one gratis. An arrangement has also been made to su...

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 May 1850

4.4 7,;+; DEVOTED TO SOUTHERN RIGHTS, DEMOCRACY, SCEt $D TE ART JAS. S. G. RICHIARDSON, Editor. - -a~ WX J. FRANCIS, Proprietor. El 0 Et $1 VOij. IV . SUMTERVILLE, S. CI. MAY 15, 18?' THE BANNER: :T E I8 s y 7'wa Dollars in advance, Two Dollars :aud Fifty-cents at the expiration of six trioiths, or Three Dollars at the end of the year. No paper discontinued until all arreara :ges are paid, unless at the option of the iProprietor. tWlAlivortisements inserted at 75 cts. per square, (14 lines or less,) for the first and half that sum for each subsequent insertion. i7'The number of insertions to be mark red ton all Advergisoments or they will be published until ordered to be discontinued, and charged accordingly. WlrOne Dollar per square for a single nsertion. Quarterly and Monthly Adver tisoments will be charged the same as a single nsertion, and semi-monthly the same as new ones. All Obituary Notices exceeding six lines, and Communications recommending Candilates for public offices or...

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 May 1850

- - - 4m a4 noma of ne .savo labort New lnglatid prd particular, I a. 000,000 of e 't setts, ice ad grainito only t o pro actions d from the surface of tho soil. export gof granite and ico are ine gnificant in value, compared witI that of the fabrications of the labor Qf inhabitants. Even her granite and liar ice may bo said to be products of ?'ta>":if8 e labor pays for them, called an ctiuient do. t e South tabu - h aso . Phis is ore.par 1arly the case as to ice an it i ' speoting granite, though the h iter iii muoh idemand th roughout Suthorn States. oslM h'to1Thof the South furnish raw. material for the Vast amount on fabrica.which are iaanulhctur the North, and likewise enables " I te South to pay New England for the '!bo' bestowed on those gootds which seek' a::arket in the South. The lea. thor, shoes, fabrics of wool, iron, wood, andshlmost everything that enters into consupmptItp, are more or less depend. nt. on labor. e d su ppo the (whole coast S , t ul i embargoed, and ...

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 May 1850

~II~1~1!. ~ W~iIlttr 1)-p cl fA1nbaimqt fir et~ ni er, Yuo10 of ant r. Bo l of Arkaitasis, and oa -of I.outisiana, wore .tncotntprotnis Ii hostile to the 'wholeI scheme. The el' ground of ebjctiolt, on the part of the Southern nen, was that the whole sea coast on the Pacifie waR.included in the limits of Cali. fornia. They declared that the South would assent to nothing short of a division of the territory between the North and Sotth by the line of thirty-six degrees and thirty tinutes. But they objected to many minor features. Mr. Case, Mr. Mangum, of North Caro lima, r.M Piston, Mr. Dickinson, of New York, atil Mr. BiIght, of Indiana, vindic.a toi-the re port and the principle of cunpre tnine on' Whicl it was founled. 'ifr. Bright declared what is, in fact, the sentiments of all: ,rthern Sentors, wio, now favor 'tlieb npromise-th it they would epaction the compromise as long ns there 'is i~ipe. of its adoption, and then change frt~11 and go for the admission of Califo dy e'self, 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. — 15 May 1850

RE. t -. oihrhui '& C pd ';f 114ltt'd t1 jhi lig;rn r t'a ritius,_ orn imitentil odutiet B S tri ad y ihnd ation it S b a to tall R tibi ,) imit t :1 their d irgo; and o 1 e thst sodeat e'ldrs. St'rict andI parental attention paid to the -nanners and n.;,. otrais of the young Iadies. Rtelioiotts ser vice, in nneection with 'Sabbat$ School s oxfoiins, held , erny Sunday myorniny in til qha 'el, for- the-benefitof the Institu is -ear is di into two} buly beginning rspective o th first Mionc nys InI Feb-4 andi uay pnymonts hall' yearly in aI} fcq es .lttliseagme ias last year.D.. cARN lt N D. B. McLAUUN, Sec. &. lTreas.. S .rshavrolntwing resolution was adopted by Board of 1rustees: totdrhAt hoerafter hny parent, shall send to board and educate in this - it ittget,. at an -one timue live daughters,c ashg}J Ig ,entitled to receive the board and a et* otication of the fifth one gratis. An arrsing~ement has also been mhade to; - Sipy Studenuts of the Instittito with hook s ahd tat...

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