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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 18 June 1851

0iett Senator Butler. vBERN1 .64r 00geitold C. If., May 28. . GaBNTI4aa:-YoU did me tho honor yesterday, to -cul:on me in conforiity, with4thodollowinge resolution, udopted by ntumehvus subscribers for the call Of a publid' eieting-in Hlamburg, onl theo 1tnt6tdWit: "That C. W. Styles, L. HilletId A. Wrai, escs. be appoin. ted a ggjiite to i'it on Judge Duller andsdellIer-the publio invitation to him to attendjland address the people onl thle day named- the object of the meeting being t6o athider the question of sepa. rate secession of South Carolina from all thd bih/t'ates in the present Con. federacy. Allow me, grntlemen, to thank vou personally for the acceptable and polite manner in which you acquitted your. selves of the duty imposed upon you, and to return my cordial acknowledge. ments to my fellow-citizens for the lint. tering compliment implied in their call on me to address thcm on the occasion indicated. Front Intimations which I have re. ceived,.it is probable I may ho cul...

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. — 2 July 1851

----. -- fl'4IT 81 II r r A DEVOTED TO SOUTHERN RIGHTS, DEMOCRACY, NEWS, LITERATURE, SCIENCE AND THE ARTS M. J. FRAIVCIS, Proprietor. *1 I -OTERurS-Two Do tars Per VOL. V.. SUTERVILLE, S. C. JULY 2, 181. - - -O- g i - Substance of Thle Amrksi of the Ron. M. W. Barnwel, Oelivered on the 7th May before the Con iention.of Southern Rights Associations in Charleston. (Messrs. Editors: In preparing for ication the views submitted be 6 iT have not conformed, with any strictness, to the Address made by tne'to the- Convention of Southern ights Associations assembled in Oi#rleston. In fact I could not do e for I am altogether without notes, tinci ny, memory serves me very badly in such matters.) I could have wished, Mr. Presi lent- that this Convention had de UArminod, #fter the free conference, to tefrain-from the expression of any heison0 in the form of resolutions, as well, because in this way, differences of.opinions between those who have heretofore acted together might not have been pre...

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. — 2 July 1851

Later From California-The Fire. Our readers remembef, beyond doubt, that on the 4th of May, f Mnst year, Sin (t Francisco was visited with a fire,.which doe- bi *troyed the commercial portion of the gro.w- at ing city. This year, onthe same day, as or if to celebra e the terrible anniversary, for the'fifth time in two years th'ree-fourths of the business part of the city have been th a rtm reduced to ashes. P ren days after the fire from two hundred and fifty to three hundred houses were re- a built. The energy of the people of San ti Francisco did not appear to be at all do- pi pressed by this cruel blow. The Alta Cali- %t forrfia'calls on -the people to take courage ti *qd never despair. In truth, business o sedMedtio be scarcely suspended in conse- ti quence of the calamity. The merchants, w while awaiting the rebuilding of their stores pl attended the sale of their goods in other Il partprofftho city. ir *Pflcesof inerchandise, which were very a lowjbefore the fire, suddenly wer...

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. — 2 July 1851

State of-South Carolinav ICXECUTIVE R PART3XENT an To aIian'd iingular IheAcanageira ofthe General Elections, for lte several Districts pf the State of South Car olina: W I k EAS tho Legislature of South Caro lina, at IM ta session, did pass an Act to pro vido for tio Elctioi of members to a Southern Congress; and \lereas said act requires the ex eeutivoeauthority to issue wtits of election to tho' Managers of Elections: I do hereby require you and each of you. ailer giving leg a notibO, and beingif duly qualified, to proceet to hold an election on the second Monday of October next, and the day following, for two Deputies to rep resent your iipective Congressional Districts; and afier having determined on persons duly clectedyoh will certif the same according to law, to. tbe Governor, rthe timo being, G ivan under my hand and the seat of tie Stawo G.Columbia, this the 1st day of. Jine, in th year Of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and fifty one. - ..1.. MEANS, Governor anti Comn...

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. — 2 July 1851

N Pxttitte-8pudh'Carolinlan&. ThOExiled Patriots. Messro. Editors: In my slneping utp artment ii the house where I board are placed-onjik valltho pictures of John Mitchell and TiThomas Francis Meagher. so recently l4nown to fame as advocates f Irish ,liberty, in such a position that *6y Jnvarlally meet my gaze every morning al: get out of be-d. tho reit .ra. tion oft which disturbs my mrorning oris. qis, ahdconveys to my mind serious r!. flectioi' upon their uondition. -A.4there is no donit of thosn piotures being fdithful representations of thr originals, the features present every pos. sible semblance of soul and f.-tling (,r :wifuh . the human frame is capable ; they appetir also to manifest all the mark of darnbst indignation at the harrowing scenes of misery and distress which caused them to become the deniouncers of heartless -cruelty ; and their lofay and manly oating demonstrate boy ond doubt that they are of the first order of the great Causasian race of human beings wh...

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. — 9 July 1851

DEVOTED TO SOUTHERN RIGHT DE RCNW, LITERATURESIN ADTEN WV. Jr. IFRANCIS, Proprietor. -1 TEEMS.--Tw Our Sl b s~. VOL. V. SUMTERVILLE, S. o JULY, .JTwo Dollars in advance, Two Dollars 8nd Fifty-cents at the exiration of six Inonths, or Three Dollars at the end of the -year. - No paper discontinued until all arreara. tes are paid, unless at the option of the Proprietor. 6T3Advertisements inserted at 75 cts. er square, (12 lines or less,) for the first and half that smn for each subsequent insertion. OrThe number of insertions to be mark. on afl Advertisenents or they will be published until ordered to be discontinued, id charged accordingly. 03TOne Dollar per square for a single insertion. Quarterly and Monthly Adver tisements 'vill be charged the sane as a single nsertion, and semi-monthly the sane as new ones. , All -Obituary Notices exceeding six lines, and Communications recommnending Vandidates for public oflices or truim-or -puffing Exhibitions, will bie charged as Advertisements...

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. — 9 July 1851

Rg r' *,4 ' V-.1.*'* Ali..'i -, A' ~ ~f~ Y~41 .i 0 '.4,-. I I A 6 o 'awin' dvanee, Two Dollar sad 1M(c 44 athn exoiration of si u rP DIllya itthe end;of thi 'util all Iirioira uwile at theotion of th4 ente inserted at 75 cti lof orless,) fr the firs surm 1fgr. eah subiequep ullef Insertins to be inark TlA1 drisements or they- will bi b~d' t l ed to be discontinued accordingly. - n~i# per square for a sngle SAbuarterly and Montlily Advor. ill behrgedUthe same as and semi-monthly thu 14 Nlies exC6eding- SiO oraications reconunending at dtr publio~ offices or trust bdorsj will be charged a' M 15 aDERWeK Rstal is a travell in li paver, and is authoried tc crloeand, receipt for tnt Etinemarlos of MWr..Butler. teConvention .outher ,3tits Association.. aiRB'PaEsiDENT'AND GENTLEMEN 'hislin 'occasion that has associa. 16. Withit in its probable conse. genco ravo responsibiltibs--such as have intensely engaged and bl svily olipressed my mind. The highest- exertion of human %Igiomr is to.make ...

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. — 9 July 1851

DEVOTED TO SOUTHERN RI GTS rEM OCRACY, E N-EWNS, IErTERATURE, SCIENCE AND TIE ARTS. Ar.' .J. FR ANCIS, Pr-opbrictr. . . ''ER S- ' Ila Per Anun VOL, V.SML1L~4 .V ~BY9 ~1 O 7 Two~ lDedirs ill adien rca, TI'vI)u 4311( Pifty-ceiais it III l e x ( iaiit 1.121 I. Inowitls, or Three I )oIlar. l ti.0C 112III lic o parc pu i stiIc's.- a unltil all a i id I I Proprietor. 11 3*Advert isc:el lt s iI!-'=t( ed at 75 cI Z tier squ11are, ( 1'I lines owr fo..)lr tw 101.i~ ! it oll ll Atvr~ 'a.'is or Illy %%ill too ,niblis.aled unti re d 141 he4iaI a;'. and : chrged afe.,rdly IIJI hie ~Dolair per s~a:;'for I siti-!. I~selIIIoIt. v.ill 1we Clo;I~n I s9CaII' :l: : sin..vle n-ert ion, aIId O 1 1tii-11 iiiMli I h ~AMii ns. new~ lies. All ( )tui ry o i'' .\.e4ia:! : I ifills, and ( 41111111 liai ~i 15 'cao pulijiti Ic!iien 2', vIIn l.aa' Ag-ent for this lijaa'r, :oid i 4114.z rzn'eive asaiIsriptitiua, ,and recct;'tI oier iia' 12 *-LQ Dhi~varki 0* .. Bait !e.. eforec Uhe Convenition of Scltt-icin Hiighte 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. — 9 July 1851

. wrful thanthe -true -itpr.ts y[ a ~inty. I cannot but believe th Georgia its powor will be tem ',The talsnt and -ambitioUs og of young Georgia tcannot be Iong hampered by it. In the strag gte for Independence, what States wore more united than South Caroli na and Georgia. When Clark, Twigs, Jackson, and others, fought the battle of Hanging Rock, Mus ove Mills, and Black Stocks, they did not even think for a moment that thoy were fighting on the soil of So,'uth Carolina. And when Gen. .4Pickens carried his men to Kettlo G Cj'eek, and fought the battle on the soil of Georgia, he did not think of the Savannah as a dividing line. The names of Twiggs, Elbert, Pick .no and Hammond, arc all mingled inkho exploits at Augusta. And in the war with Great Britain in 1812, the delegations of Georgia and South Carolina were united, and officers of the army acted together without thinking of local differences. I, my elf, have soen Troup, and Milledge, sometimes Crawford, joining South Carolina r...

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. — 9 July 1851

For the Banner. AtI--"Bauca's ADDRUBS." Mon of the Palmetto State Once so noblo once so great, Is your honor out of date, Can you tamely yield I 1Shall the Northern foot be placed, 4 On your necks, and thus disgraced, Will you to destruction inute, 'r Giving up your shield I If there is a craven heart Let him from the State depart Let him in at moment start To somo Northern shore; Hurt him not nor stay his flight, Let himl% hang from Yankee kite, 110 the tail to guido it right, Make it higher soar. If the State must sink so low, Sumter, all the world shall know, Will not help to serve her so, Will not bring disgrace; But will nail her flag to taast, Do her dity to the last . And, when every hope is past, Still sttand in her place. 7 Watchman pleseo copy. '-...... BALL IN A MAD HousE.-The Lexing. ton, Ky., correspondent of tihe Louisville Courier, gives the following account of a ball in the mad house in the former city: I went out about half-past 7, P. M. The ball was to begin at 8....

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 9 July 1851

E iggeno. of an Awful 'Ehent. op . prints adorned 'the white waskied wails of the .primitive sal/c a 1ang . Som of ticht were inter esting as representations of scones that oc '44ring the awful catastrophe of Roseberg. r 1800, wihn the mo414tqt. slipped and hundreds of humant beings, houses, chalets, herds of cattloi:farns and dairies, were dest royed in &"'iinutes. The traces of this tlrodiVjpt, as seen from the lake or Lune,6are so fresh, that it is dificult lto believe that it did not talo plcr yesterda ; the utter ruin and desolation being"hii more strongly marked by the contrat wth the smiling scenes a round. --One-of the'prints that intorested me most4ofs shaterersenting the incident of lhe -sleeping infatnt in its cradle, floating down the lake, tho bolance o the little ark being kept by fhe house caut, which remained at the child's feet. The pliieid countenance of the un. couso'ious slumberor amid the sur rouwil. ing wreCk, C an ld the uneasy lookcs of the pooreat twho g...

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. — 16 July 1851

Ik.. rem- . 404 Two Dollars in advaned, Two Dollars and Fifty-cents at the cxpiration of six months, or Three Dollars at the end of the year. No paper discontinued until all arreara ges are paid, unless at the option of the Proprietor. 'OrTAdvertiseients inserted at 75 cts. per square, (12 lines or less,) for the first and half that suni for each subsequent insertion. 1FThe number of insertions to be mark ed on all Advertisements or they will he published until ordered to be discontinued, and charged aceordingly. "TOne Dollar per square for a single Insertion. Quarterly and Monthly Adiver tiseinents will be charged the same as a single nsertion, and semi-monthly the .ame as new ones. All Obituary Notices exceeding six Uines, and Conmunications recoimmiding Candidates for public olices or trust-or 1puffing Exhibitions, will be charged as j Advortisements. S . Rev. FiaDERICK RUsI, is a travelling Agent for this paper, anti is authorized to ramcive subscriptions and receipt for tne rin...

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. — 16 July 1851

8Tboplri.of'the Tni, give the fol. IOv~jWinaccolmt of the- distessing con"-O A #oa of the shrinking of a dandy's in inexpressibleb ol his coming to a after' having got wet: *, '4y-ou recollect, Mr. Harris, brother Joe Alters was a dress sort of a ehap, fond of bias' buttons on hIs coat, and the flarin'est ]ugf red neockerchers; and this time he on aspair' of buckskin breeches with tps under his boots. Well, when I was a aF kin' to him ov the prospect fur the festi day, all ov a sudden I thought the-little 20r was a growing' uncommon tall, till I dilcoveredthat the buckskin breeches, that r is wet as a yoting rooster in a spring ram, wur beglinmn' to smoke and draw up kinder, and wur a liftin' brother Joe off the ground! "Brother Joe," sez I, "you're a 'goin up." Brotlter Tom," sez he. "I ain't a doing' anytling else. And he scunched down mitey hard, but it warn't ov no use, fur afore long he wur a aitter ov'soute fifteen feet up in the air! .!-?' '-Merciful Powers!" interupted the i...

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. — 16 July 1851

Ax OtD A I'"rALS'inED -The sayig that you cannotAliake a silk purse . out of a sow's eat. is almoat falsifled by a juggler hamed Boso, in London. who .vil stand in hn isolated position before his . udience, holding a guinoa pig in his hind; whidh ie crushe4 by degroes, tho pig and his squeal growing bdatitifully losF, until nothing re mains but a silk purse, filled with guineas. Where the pig goes to, and how the guineas appear in its place, while the con jurer stands in a tight dress, aid with no visible connection with anything but the floor, is a-wonder. Gov. 'goreboad's expedition.against Lower California proved a miserable failure. He1- landed at tn Diego with osly forty followers, the larger portion of whom deserted before he set sail for Mazatlan. He made nc hostile -demonstration whatever; in deed he appears to have abandoned his. vessel and fled to the country upon learning that the Mexican Gov ernpr had offered a reward for hi arrest. A Card, i. V. H1. HOLMES, having consi...

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. — 16 July 1851

7 ss Wi Tp r h M 'afre wit sopon il eoar In a; in aid have alli rponsi ility resl ponus. TheJ'government o er Statesis in th hands of thei 'rris. Our governmeit is br ouryn hanlds. There is nothing t *St inu , but the danger of stri k ng; they are powerless. It is ir 'in then: to attempt to derive com 'for oir voluntary submission fron tbftr -vluntary acquiescence. W< hq ,promised much and much ii expeeted. 8uoh, Idr. President, are the out )aeio' my views in relation to co-op o regret that I have no knqtgo more into detail. I have e avored to be candid and explicit bebauwe I am free to confess that - .e1g6und to coiSider .maturely V 350osirewbich has sui'h distinguishei stpporters before I rejet it. I have dono 6o, auid I must dec;re in al sincerityhat if South Carolin, aban doqs all purpose of acting iMone, ym determino patiently and passively t. wat (as she must if she waits at all,) the developments of the future in the expoethtion of such hostile legislation onthei part of t...

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. — 23 July 1851

V DEVOTED TO SOUTHERN RIGH RTS, DEMOCRACY, :EWS. LITERATURE CECEADH WN. J. F ANCIS, Pl-oprietor. 6 '-l' u oti alW V6t 4 O L .-V.S U M T E R I L L E .8 . C . J U L Y 2 3 , 1 8 5 .~ 1~t~ 4 4~ ~* Two Dollars in advance, Two Dollars and Fifty-cents at the ex)iration of six months, or Three Dollars at tie end of the year. No paper discontinued until all arreara ges are paid, unless at the option of the Proprietor. (:TAdvertisements inscrted at 75 ets. per square, (12 lines or less,) for the first and half that sum for each subsequent insertion. 07The number of insertions to be mark ed on all Advertisements or they will be published until ordered to be discontinued, and charged accordingly. VTOne Dollar per square for a single insertion. Quarterly and Monthly Adver tiseinents will be charged the saine as a single nsertion, and semi-montlily the same as new ones. All Obituary Notices exceeding six Jines, and Communications recouinenling 'Candidates for public olices or trust-or :puffing Ex...

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. — 23 July 1851

TIigo jtid are 'tlo f ttion6i and that, 6reforo, the -majoritj must Ioerty for there is no. logo reme ainst its -acts. 1rom al this, i1f61lwes that cur only Ireined is .thsdich belongs to us in Corn maotkt our slaves-revolution, an no moro. I oanhot but think, therefore, tha if South Carolina declines to seced4 for aftasliko this, she will give v deatl i6*, to the g eat cause of Stati Rights-tqr which she has hithertc perilLA so much, and with which hoi name '1 O"$rou4ly associated. Let.us glapce, however, at some of the difficultics which it is urged iio in.our way as a free, sovereign and Independent State. It is said we Will have to resort to smuggling for alivelihood. That our negre yopuhiudn 'will become redundant, and th'iit if they escape we cannot reclaim te.lie The objection in re gard to 'smuggling is sufficiently an. swored by showing that if goods are carried'from our territory into the other States, it must be done by the citizns of those States themselves, and they mus...

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. — 23 July 1851

lbctraots from. Conunodoro .tockton's Oration. "Our lot has been costain pleasant places, but wo have fallen'upon. evil tiies. At the North, a funniluisti, the wildest and most indefensibId-that ever swayed the passions of men, Is at vork to strike down all that is valuable upon earth of human liberty, in the vain and delusive expectation of re-constricting 11pon its ruins some Utopian systemil 0t beatific bliss, and of the equality Of tho white and blacic races of inc. At the South the wntci fires of the revolution have been rekindled in the preparation for the dol'ence oftheir homes and fire. sidos. Groaning under the pressure of apprehended wrongs and writhing qiuIder the lash of consti t and reitera. led insults, th men. of the South nre prep-i ing C r war, in the hopo of .re - dressing tiedr wrongs, and avenging their insults by an appeal to the sword. Every north wind goes southward freighted with libels and. insuls, and every Southeirn breeze bears on its wings notes of defia...

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. — 23 July 1851

5.P ~ .bu & Mu l dhh he brag the Nfthevrhiang Westernes dm i atho Chareato Col at iu sid amdn. WDue at 6.2 P. M y'at ' 5 P. M. OTON MAIl, VIA MT. CLIO. Oiday at :8 P. M. Cl Tueday at , 5 P. M. KINGSTREE MAIL Du tilrday at : 6 P. Aj. Closes Ties day at : 5 P. M. YANCES FERRY MAIL D& *edncedays & Sundays at 6 P. M. C0si-Friday and Monday at 5. P. M. PLOWDENS MILL MAIL. Due Monday at : : 8 P. M. Closes Saturday at 5 P. t. 'ULTON MAIL VIA STATEBURG. Due Monday Wednesday and Friday. CloseaIonday Wednesday and Friday. IBISHOPYILLE, MEC1A NICSVILLE, MILL GftOVE, MT. ELON, PLEAS. ANT VIEW, &C., VIA CAMDEN. D]entWednesdays& Saturdnysato 1-2 r.s; Closes Tuesdays 4- Fridays at b r. x OFFICE HOURS. Willopen every day at - 8 A. Al. Will close at - - 12 1-2 P. Mt. Will open at - 2 1.2 P. M. Will close at - 7 P. M. July 2, 1851. 36 tf CAMDEN HOTEL IS NOW OPEN OR TRE ACCOMMODATION OF THE TRAVELLING PUBLIC. E I an excellent and commodious building, new and well fitted up, and lat...

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 July 1851

--46 L L -. rc . f DEOE TO SOTHE~RN- tunT, DEMOCRU~ACY NW, LITEIRATUREIwu ~~rI 'WA. V. FRANCIS ProprieUor. MTERVI lL, Ou .Lait JUal 2",18 . VOL. V. SIJMTE1VILLEt So C. JIIY-2998IS ',oo Dollars in advance, Two Dollars and PiFty-cents at the expiration of six months, or Three Dollars at the end of the year. No paper discontinued until all arreara gea are paid, unless at the option of the Proprietor. MrAdvertisements inserted at 75 ets. per square, (12 lines or less,) for the first and half that sum for each subsequent insertion. L-rThe number of insertions to be mark ed on all Advertisements or they will be published until ordered to be discontinued, and charged accordingly. - 7One Dollar per square for a single insertion. Quarterly and Monthly Adver tisements -vill be charged the same as a single nsertion, and seni-monthly the same as new ones. - All Obituary Notices exceeding six lines, and Communications recommending Candidates for public oflices or trust-or puffing Exhibitions, wi...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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