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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 14 May 1851

Co44TINUED TRo F2ST PAQ. ed by Inyards iias4th look"' should m- A lieutenant then. passod th to le ship, directing the marines and boarders, who werifurnIshed with pikes, cutlasses and pistols, hov to pro. ceed if it should be necessary to board the enemy. He was follow'ed by the ca'ffin; who exhorted them to fidelity and courage; urging upon their consid. eration the well known motto of the brave Nelson, 'England expects every - man to do his duty.' In addition to all these preparations on deck, some men vere stationed in the tops with small arms, whose duty it was to attend to trimming the sails and to use their muskets, provided we came to close ac. 4 tion. There were others also below, called sail trimmers, to assist in work Ing the ship, should it be necessary to change her position during the battle. ly station was at the fifth gun on the main deck It was my duty to supply the gun with powder, a boy being up pointed to each gun in the ship on the side we were engaged for this ...

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. — 14 May 1851

77 - n *A lieutenat then passed * h 4W to ship, direo ng the marines "a-drs, who were furnished with pikes, cutlssie and pistols, how to pro. coed If it should be necessary to boa rd the enemy. He was followed by the SeWhoxhorted them to fidelity and courage; irging upon their consid. eration the well known motto of the brave Nelson, 'England expects every - man to do his duty.' In addition to ali these preparations on deck, some meti 6ere stationed In the tops with small arms, whose duty it was to attend to trimming the sails, and to use their muskets, provided we came to close na. 4 ! ti'on. There were others also below, called sail trimmers, to assist in work ing the -ship, should it be necessory to change her position during the battle. My station was at the fifth gun on the main deck It was my duty to supply the gun with powder, a boy being up pinted to each gun in the ship on the side we were engaged for this purpose. A wooden screen was placed before the entrance to the magaz...

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. — 14 May 1851

'Tit Juogi..E C9 z tAoH5're .-Vr, P,tegt sador otrdie gang of despera. . loo atireted In Michigan, is a man of ,considerable talents, easy Insinuating address, and commenced his career of do. pravity and crime In consequence of a diffi. culty (itli the Railroad Company in crossing hi, premises with their track. He nieditoce! vengeance, :cslared cars nov. ,or should run over his lands in safety, and that.he would blow them up even if he kney his own father and mother wore in th*1 Step by step Io organized the .gang, and became deeper and deeper steeped in crime. The Detroit Tribune givesthe following leaf in the history of Ahe conspiracy. It shows a hue of villainy -of the darkest dye: At one of the regular meetings, which they were in the habit of holding period. aically at their place of rendezvous, for the purpose of consultation as to future movements, and the division of plunder, it was reported by some, in the order of business, that one of their sworn number, whose name wias s...

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. — 21 May 1851

V. * DEVOTED TO SOUTHERN RIGHTS, DEROCRACY, NIEWS., LITERATURESINEADTERS 4" 6ot-ant our 9sattUr Aan" "~ n W.V. J. FR ANOICS, Proprietor. nAv OL. V SUMTERVILLE, S. .MAY 21, 1851 The Factory Girl. BY T. B. ATiUR. (Concluded.) The result was according to Mary's rishes. Mr. Green was a true frieund -of Mr. Bacon's, and he saw, in his -daughter's proposition, the means of ?his refrornation. lie, therefore, re 'turned intop the village, and going to 'the ofice of Grant, satisfied the anortgage on Mr. Bacon's property, -and brotight all the papci s relating thereto away and placed them in 21a --s' hanlds. Now,' sai he, on loing this, 'I -wanTat your writteni promise to pay ine Ahe-three itudrel dollars in the way gproposcd. I will draw up the paper, an you must sign it.' The pa;.cr was accordingly drawn aip and signed. It stipulated that Mary was to start faor Lowell within three weeks, and that she was to iave two years for the full payment of the debt. 'My brave girl!' said Mr. Green, 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. — 21 May 1851

NNII e~ KO'N11t A5T-r: QUF. E. 9 Q t ))ost interstiig and curl; 8,P re g In theinsect woi-d is ie! e9CC. For maiy huin(r.d years tea huGits of these woriderful in. sects have been cattrellly tudied. Son e persons linve spent their days in observing these little busy unimais. RVeTisobigitlon of bees has three kinds-the queen, the drones, and tile Iworkers. It is eslimated that a hive usually contains from six to twelve thgusand bees. In some simalkll hives. howover, tie number is much less than sfithniband, vhilo largo ones lanve boon known to have as many at twen. Ly thousand. Tiera is only ono queen bee in each Swarm, whether large or- small. The averogo proportion of drones is ibotit filly..to enhd thousand woi king bees. -lUenco,.about ninctecii-twentit'llIs of the bets.in every hive are workers. THE IDaONI. Tih drones are the largest hees in -1-0he'ittily. Their bodies are thick, rQand clnmsv, and they ure aiboit tie'iize of two working bees. Tl'heir 1*iigs are large and long, 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. — 21 May 1851

njdom6 ~ ~ P- 7n rsoex 0:4K,)AN 11 11rqL -eq 9k.9 tlI.piost interesting.and Curi. ous, 1ii I tires in the insect world is 1he I'q4' le. For many hmnd red years the h bs of these wonderful in. sects have been caref'lly stndied. Sone persons have spent their days in observing thCS little busy animis. E~ryt.nointion of bees has three kinds-the queen, the drones, and the workers. It is estilnateil ituat a hive ustually contains from six to twelve thousend bees. , In some smuil hives. however, tlie number is much less than si* thousand, while large ones have been known to have as many as twen. ty thousand. Thera is only ono qeen bee in ench Nvarrm, vhether l arge or' small. The averngo proportion of drones is aolimt fify to eaci thousand woalking bees. - 0lence, about nineteen-t wentieths of the bec.s.in every hive are workers. .* T-rne znaosla. hI'io drones are the largest bes i - 11e family. Their bodies are thici, it';l'r and el uinsv, and they are abom tfe size of' two working bees. ...

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. — 21 May 1851

A lL\ett'Ap-rhi A I tiCa. It'rvn l T-1 Cillcinat iC nrei llit nl ioevning f ttory:-A1igfly1 interestin'g nanoeilhg r race took:leko on the Cincaailn n d -of I the Lito t ig tni railroad, jus( at he i ing I f the sun "61i innonday monisg last" A, I. very beautiflhl and acconiplishe ydng la. I ly, of our a'quaiintance was t)leavO that r ilor linig On the carse fir Cleavoland, en ' route for the' World's Fair, in coupanyr with our worthy folkow-citizen Mr. T- , I and his family, atad had prbnisal to join I thei at the depot itl tiie; when she reach. il the station house, accompanied by her fhther in his c'arriage, to their consternaition and alrnSt utter despair, tlly discnered the cars had gone.' The father was for giving up and- retttitng quietly hone-not so. the 1 young damseI-she possessed muore spirit and resolution. Sie hail no idea of aban cloning the long anticipated voyige to Ent. rope, and install- ly cried out to the f:l, luau driver : 'Rohert, drive on, drive for Your lifL-...

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. — 21 May 1851

. stndenb in a n qri ne day with a Irofessor, vi.I oly ciled stho stu &at'ensd,esuch was his kindnota tthe- .young men whom i was his 6ill6 to instruet. "Wh they -wore now walking t.). rgiJkd the jrfessor was seek ng tolead the conversation to grave bect, they saw a pair ofold shoes yin~ .~ the path which they suppos. Ab bonged to a poor man who was at wok in the field el so by, and ho had neatly linished his day's work. The young student turned to the professor saying, 'let us play the man awttick; we will hicle his shoes and "nneal ourselves behind those bush es. and watch to see his perplexity When he cannot find thom.' "My dear frienid,' answered the professor, 'we must never ainuse out - sblves at the expense of the pcor. But you are rich, and you may give yourself a mutch greater pleas ie by ineans of this poor man. Pu: a d'illar in each shoe, and then we *ill hide ourselves' Tho student did so, and then pln eed,,himself with the professor behind the bushes hard by, throug...

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. — 28 May 1851

** - - .- 2-.. '7N' ~*, ,* DEVOTED TO SOUTHERN RIGHTS, DEMOCRACY, N IVSs LITERATURE SCIENCE MND T WI. J. FRANCIS, Proprietor. (901-1f OUr ItatUlin lx ." V0L. V. SUMTERVILLE, S. 40. MAY 28, 1851. Time, Faith, Energy. BY T. S. ARTHUR. "I don't see that I am so much better off,' said Mr. Gordon, a man \vho had recently given up drinking. "I lost my situation on the very day t signed the pledge, and have had no 'egular employment since.' "But you would have lost your situation if you had'nt signed the l!edge, I presume,' said the in IViual to whom he was com -Yes. 1 lost it because I got ,1runk And epoiled my job. But to he- ome temperance people talk, t one who did'nt know would be led to t believe that, the very moment the I edge was signed, gold could be il6ed up in the streets. I must confes that I haven't found it so. Money is scarcer with me than it ever was; and tnough I don't spend a cent for myself, my family haven't a single comfort more than they had befofe. "Though there's n...

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. — 28 May 1851

so e up? Cgn b3 - d'essdni, b lifte 'opposi- e oaynclesarily tho act of a' T t b< t' voJntions, depending - o urrnt acte of two or more t8 .oriidivlduals been produced bysi. Vit 4hternplated by the fathos of ex i blidthat the Foderal Union must il ilyijoipromise all Anglo Ameri. C e Crorven all the original thir- C A' q6nthey provided for the establish. th a'ontitution between, 'among and It, n fStates 1 ca torr ot, therefore, to talk of separa. w ofagis olution of the Government I., u by the socess on of one Si St avhen that government as it is called, ri, was reated by tihe ratifyiig ects of nine of States 1 ri< lisit correct also, to speak of any change is a t ir'deral system, as a destruction of ei ,Is not"thdgonuine American principle- sli tho cardinal axiom-of true republicanism, I. iswdeuced from American history, to be 1 summed up.'in these postulates--" equal t an'iifimonio6s allianco of sovercignities of -ind homogeneity of governors aid the ad goisned I of Aie6not r...

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. — 28 May 1851

us tLi. h- week or so' \ve i expect a pear at ound. G. -I. Sinit 1 of Bal vho ha' aid ml6bittontion t)" the ha ud history of this insect, fixes the per f their . leaving the - ground about the 20tl of May. B]lt few will be founl the first day; iorethe secontd, ndil so on, increasing in nunbers till about t ho 27th of May, after which there is a gradual decrease until about the 5th of June, hei no more.will leave the earth. The 'lidlow ing description by Dr. Smith of the first appearance of the insect above ground, and of its transition to the winged state, is as minute, and no doubt accurate, as it is interesting: *Wihen they conic up fron the earth lvays about daylight or a little before they immediately 'clinb the first object they meet with-a tree, a bush, or stake, any thing--two or three feet. Te'y then lay hold of the bark, fixing themselves firnly by their claws, and commence work iiig themselvcs out of their old shell, which is done by rupturing it on the back, betweeni 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. — 28 May 1851

out A oll heo 1arevery k besi rg by odd jobs.n light, mr n two thrdol art|,. A;1y let a week go t d mg her one or two dol lars dli!Aork. Little com forts i illy orept in notwithstand. ing debts were not yet paid off. was inevitable. B f '6;f04twelve monthis Gor don t hiself clear of. debt, and In a god situation in astore at flve hundrig dollars a year. 86 much for 'Time, Faith, Iner S gy,'ho 1i.to himself, as h wulked backluards and forwards, in his con. fortablflittle'id6tiine, one evening, thin ;I.of the incidents of the year, and 0 results that had followed. 'I wyoulQ not hWe believed it. Scarce. ly a iemonth has passed, and lhertV I a sober man and out of 'T~ogh, till very far from the ad. anel goition in tile world ou held a fei~eefie ago, and to w ich you can *eo!6rmore attain,' said a des. pondfig'gIVce within him. 'A man Tnevcthadibut one chance for attain ing dse 'nd competence in this life. I If heneglects that, he need not waste I his tim'.sit any useless struggles.' 'Ti...

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. — 11 June 1851

.4 .26 __ -~ - -1 Pe F -40 1 - - - - DEVOTED TO SOUTHERN RIGHTS, DEMOCRACY, N 3, LITERATURE' SCIENCE AND THE ARTS. OL. R UEProprietor. RVIllE Su C. NE ,.. .OL V. SUMTERVILLE, S. C.- JUNE 11, 18S51 SketctI~c of Natural uttorp. From Artbur's Home Gazette. ANECDOTES Qf Bird, Beast, Fish and Reptile; with the Poetry and Philosophy of their Respective Lives and Habits, as Drawn from Life. BUY C. W. WEBDER, iauthor of "Shot in the Eye," "Old flicks," &c. -NO!1. My Huaununlg Bird. A a. child, I ahvays had a passion Tor be- Humming Bird. It ever caused a thrill of delight when one of those glittering creatures, with its -soft huM of.flight, came out of repose ~i;addenly -hanging, a sapphire s tied npon the air-for here no igs. are seen,-as, like a quick, Vh~h~ thought, it darts, is still, and then any! The mystery of 'whence it cometh, and whithe- it goeth,' was a lovely and exciting one to me. How and where could a thing so delicate live in a tough, wintry world like this? Ho could the...

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. — 11 June 1851

A. am-NortbAaroini litir y oaloulkt j~ookltho hbi I 0tesl1ions and Adilress oft) III ghts Conivention held in Soui pWril, (Charlestln).add concurvi'Wi Onvi-4If they: ar'e wrong, I'am wror Jf it is weng to repel aggre 'ZMV1 . thei -south Carolina is in I k,'nand so were our revolutionar \( .iven they opposed the acts < Arlanent of Groat Britain, -ani ett oppgaition weore called rebel th Carolinians will be callk tpkeus by the.same creed of usurpiv tyrants, submisionists and tories, wi: go for a strong consolidated govornmen 'eeed in the hands of the few to goi Jnn py*,ad to destroy the sove *tgnly f the people and the. reserve r ehsof-the-States;. S n9 the throat to use the arms < Fderal pvover; to awe a sovereig St6to f si',eceding from the Union, a atblrady hAis a. State from establishin Ursdilon over its own terrilo. hrritir, Aljjt'the people's mone A libo in one hand and a threat c Veidral bayotets and the sword in th f&lT~xao ivas' dismembcred at th o n" of the Souther...

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. — 11 June 1851

One oF the. most Oxtra ijyiimuical inveps :copcoeived. bytthe human mind, ishortly bp suinittad iotlhe.public bf Phitla lphial-afthe.aalcabund Hall. --The idouvas edn abyeyMr. Anthony Faas, ih9tmaker ofr te, lebratod Aineri can A0o6odeon, which attracted so much attention4tthe.ainuul exhibitions of the FrahinJinutiti4.,-for, which he received t wo Ailver medals. The musical invention, which will shorty- be introduced to a Philadelphi a-audience. consists of nine buloln I$as large ni life. - Therd are two flunes cleionette. playor, two ,run _tP, throo bass born players, and a .ba qruinner."-The figures are dressed ii til Tyrdlesian costume,- and present ' ui'tej .'natural and imposing appearance. yidd 4L slender wire the itistruspents 're party raised and the headh oftho figures 1drop for'aid in th6 most natural aianner. .e nachinery of courso is complicated, and of iumense,power. The Inusic is ex cellent, and one cnn 'scarcely renlizo that tif6' fgures are not hunihn beings. Tito dr...

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. — 11 June 1851

ago, A ow l ti there lived, A 6Wp wQth 4 shop In which A10,fl~hit h both got rich. PIMP~, besidp the cases, aV4,frallth 11111 is heir to;" 09 O the bear, too, rT the hair, too; And s 'z entre of the shop n days, the soda, h to flow no day. Attah to ihia old druggery was a black )na sort'of haelk, Whose i twas to carry prscription@ To the slek;.Wth verbal descriptions; F: Bambo, could not read, Though he.could bleed; Worwrits, fursooth,. Thoutgl he-coulo pull a tooth; But mp.. a voer; he had mono That b~a avoter in that land o honey. OnsAection day a vote, That some one wrote, Sambosecurad. and, for a safer place To kelait, laid it in a big glass case, 0b 'th When the time came ',- T4hibmo His choice of officers to reign that year, - No Elr! he'd haul. oppressing tyrants o'er the coals! Noi the boy, Whs right employ Was to adtainiator Lhe pills Tookthoi rt of druggist's Babel, , written label. And ?uhsoed It where Samr had laid his vote with so much care. Town meting day arrived, (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. — 18 June 1851

* t - -- k- a r ~~Z& ...- -- - -- - 2.r. t *-r--.--U: - 2 2-- ---- -.-- --.-.--- ---- DEVOTED TO SOUTHERN RIG1; 3k MOCRACY, NEWS, LITERATURE CNCE ND THE T wiveJ .1. FRA1-c SP -proprictor. - Ott' V 1 ,AT - t .'-. .-- ----__-_ _----- _ - _ __- - - -- _----_-- --_.---._ VOL- V.SU TUE ERV, S. O. JUNE 18, 1 1. E 4)so C *' _ I1 ZBIetMIecof Natural Uistor. From Arthur's Home Gazetto. AN9CDOTES Q $l BaIr , ai' . ih and Reptile ; witk the Poetry and Philosophy qf their Respective Lives A and Habits, as Drawn from Life. By C. W. WEBBER, Auiior of "Shot in the Eye," "Old Hicks," &c * NO[1. 3[y Humuminug Birdq. VONCLUDED;I.] The first thing on reaching the hou, with our captives, was to try ourtnectar, of the homemade manu facture, upon the young strangers, who Istantly paid us the compliment of recognising its merits in a hearty -draught, which seemed to set thema pe~fectly at ease with the world and 'with themselves. They now left the ne ant'd perched upon our fingers with the most lo...

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. — 18 June 1851

I hd arlestoa Mercury. i County, Alabama. ht"A atgo and enthusiatile meetitig of the Sb6thert Righte party held at Enon, ' aoV Co. -Ala., on Saturday, the 21st of the following preamble and resolutions brotght forword by.Wm. A. McCarty, eeq Iohairman of the committee, and sue bhim In. an eloquent, patriotic i utlirring speech, were unanimously 4committee to whom was referred the I of the delegates of the Southern glzti Associations of South Carolina, as sembleo in Charleston, to the Southern RightaiAsociations of the other Southern - 4.o, beg leave to report that they have i ithe sime under consideration, and that they cordially approve of the principles discussed, and the spirit manifested by said add se. And for the purpose of giving a gUral and united response to the call of tho5M~tlorn Rights Asseciations of South Carolina, we would respect fully recommend the considoration of this subject to the Con vention 6f delegates from all of the South Win Rights Associations of Alabama, ...

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. — 18 June 1851

the Charleston Mernury. Aoon County, Alabama. A large and enthusiastic meeting of the ,outhern Rights party, hcld at Enon, Macon' Co. Ala., on Sturday, the 21st of lMay,the foliowing preamble and resolutions being brought forword by Wim. A. McCarty, esq; chairman of the committee, and sus. tined by him in an eloquent, patriotic and soul.stirring speech, were unanimously adot~d Th-committee to whom was roferred the address of the delegates of the Southern Rights Associations of South Carolina, as sembled in Charleston, to the Southern Rights Associations of the other Stouthern States, beg leave to report that they have hnd the same under consideration, and that they cordially approve of the princtples discussed, and the spirit manifested by said add Ss. And for the purpose of giving a pral and united response to tie call of th e~thrn Rights Asseciations of South Carolina, we would respect fully recommend the consideration of this subject to tie Con vention of delegates from all of th...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 18 June 1851

WilR innng Manchester O030,000 SY.SN PER CENT, .ORTGAGE l0ND8S' a & soi poats .ill -be received b the subsori ktfil THU)RSDAY, the 10th of July-next, for three hundred thousand lar of the fletw and only Mort Bonds of the Wilnbigton aid Manchester rroad Com Pany, -bearing Interest at the rate of seven per cent. per s1"UM, ncipal-and interest redeem able in -Nw York--the principal on the Ist jie_ 18. The iWaZr iiie siam of 61,000 each, with epna payble at the Merchants' Bank, New YeotX orIt , 1st December and 1L June in each yea kyertlblh lito the capital stock of the Coupptiy lt the option of the holders. . They -a"iei d adocts.of the Legislatures of North iCarolina, secured by a Mortage, or o 1rus , td Edwari Sand. fotdsq, of-New. YoWke in trust for the hold era of~ th Bonds, - Th;ied 4f .Trust covers ibo entire line of the Road c ated and to be completed from Wiltningtonf it N '.to' Manchester, inS. C., a distaice-of -62 Miles, costing, when comple ted with a heavy T rail and e...

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