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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 29 July 1851

dam, A % 9 * -j DEVOTED TO SOUTHERN RIGHTS, DEMOCRACY, NEWS, LITERATURE, SCIENCE AND T . FIANCIS, Proprietor. our Satf2r Jaua." VOL. V. SUMTERVILLE, S. C. JULY2919 is Twa Dollars in advance, Two Dollars and Fifty-cents at the exiration 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. IMrAdvertisements inserted at 75 ete. per square, (12 lines or less,) for the first and half that suin for each subsequent insertion. M7The number of insertions to be mark. ed on all Advertisements or they will be published until ordered to be discontinued, and charged accordingly. ITOne Dollar per square for a single insertion. Quarterly and Monthly Adver tis;oments will be charged the same as a single neertion, and semi-monthly the same as new ones. - All Obituary Notices exceeding six lines, and Communications recommending Candidates for public offices or trust--or puffing Exhibitions, will be charge...

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. — 29 July 1851

i 14 Jitenled I' 0o0-pi Wbesj they ibthqptt ir~eiej ti~y, dh Pno C e 0nefhy was.itotig The 4i ht of ibm ettes thiidth Vand not of the pidie $f I,) full, ample, ",nd adequats 6p N*~esatidob and nothing l, woud A' Wa!j . pd now, fellow citilets, could 1Wy burst the cerements of the grave, and their venerated dust be sahi i-ainmated id the same patri. oi ombodiment, conid they now join in solemn conclavo to deliberate 'n the sad omens which oVershadow Bouthern rights and Institutions, what pivWld be theit bounsol? Beholding in aiibhd'innt, as they would, the onstitution violated, the South plun dered of its rights, deprived of its guaranties and despoiled of its terri tory,. the federal equality of the States destroyed, representatioh re duced to. , inere pretext for sectional 6ppression, taxation, endless, exhaust less and unequal taxation ten timeS Vnore onerous than the three penie per pound upon tea, our domestic institutions crumbling, and the very slaves they had pure ased libera...

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. — 29 July 1851

Extiacts from a Speech by the It is the part of wisdom, whien a State W is called upon to considerhi Hret t4nestion of a chatto ofher fu'ndametial at institutiono to tiask the tjuestlbtiwh int sh Si Na to gain dl thb tne hand ai, to lose on cc the other by the step she is abut to take. li It becomes us, then, to -inquire, now, What are the benefits we derive from ' the federal government? One great i bbject for which the Onion was formed, s was to protect eddA State from foreign invasion and domestic violence. p< Admitting the fact that wo are protected 8 by the general government from foreign invasion, what price do we pay for it? Whilat we pay into the ifbl ic treasury ed millions annually in the shape oft ribute, I to protect us from foreign invasion, are R we not threatened by the protecting At power itself with the sword of domestic th VIOlenco? Are we not told now, that Ii nr we dare to take stich steps as we deem O essential to our preservation, that our 3 country will be ...

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. — 29 July 1851

ov9ml 6rrangeput The tuitehurg labrite the Nf kern and Weiern 1s I1 s the dhairlestun Columbia and u Due Daily at : w 1.2 P DI t ose-Dai at - N MAIl., VIA M'IT. 1i0 D11 a1t :8 U. 1Ai .0tiadny at : '. 31 , KINGSTRrE MAIL. Due Saturday at :. 6 P. M Ulea Tuesday at 5 P. Ml VANCES FERRY MAIL D A Wtlsesdays &. Sundays st 6 P. M CI6sea Friday and. Monday at 5 1'. M PLOWDENS AILL IAIL. Duelonday at 8 P. M Uloseqgaturday at : 5 1. M PUL'T'ON MAIL VIA STATEBURG. buO Monday Wednesdty and Friday. Closes Monday Wednesday and Friday. BISHJOP VILLE, MECHANICSVILLE ILIi1GROVE, MT. ELON, PLEAS ANT VIEW, &C., VIA CAMDEN. D ue Wedeiesdays & Saturdays at 6 1-2 r.m Closes- Tuesdays 4- Fridays at 5 r. N OFFICE HOURS. Will open every day at 6 . A. M Vill close at - 12 1-2 P. M Will open at - - 2 1.2 P. M 'Will close at - - 7 P. M July 2, 1851. 3 tf CAMDEN HOTEL JS NOW OPEN FOR THE ACCOMMODATION OF TWE TRAVELLING PIUBLIC. IT is an excellent anti commodious building new and well fitted up, 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. — 5 August 1851

A6 DEVOTED TO SOUTHERIIN RIGHTS, DEMOCRACY, A1WS1, L1I AUESINEADTEAT YS, I TR --io oaserna Wm j.3. RAN.CS, Prorietor. ' VOL. V. S UMHTE R VI L L E,9 S. O. A -UC UST 5, 181. 'I'wn Dollars in advance, Two )o lars and Fifty-cents al the exration of six mionths, or Three Dollars at the cnd of the year. No paper discontinued until all arreiara. ges are paid, unless at the option of tile Proprietor. 0Advertisenents inserted at 75 etp. per square, (12 lines or less,) for the first and half that sum for each subseient insertion. Bj.Tie mber of insertions to le n:irk ed on all Advertisements or they vill be published until ordered to be diseontinuell, hnd charged accordingly. UOne Dollar per sqItare for a siigle insertion. Quarterly and Mont bly Adv,-er tiscnents will be charged the su1e as : 'ingle nwertion, and seni-mnonthly the Ali Oh'uary Notr- c::ceding.r - I ines, antt( t I: C no ant recommemuti - Candidates fir pulri oi les or trusit puffing Exhibitions, N%,!. be charged as Advertisem...

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. — 5 August 1851

- TH SUMTER BANNER.. ?umterviUeSo. Ga. W. F. B. HAYNSWORT, EnrToR. TUESDAY, AUGST 5, 1856 gF" Messrs. A. WHITE & Co., are gon o th Banner in Sirmterville. New Pot OMce. .4-ftter from a frieid informs us of the bstablisimient. f a newv Post office ii this pNatriet; ELisna SpEcrm, Esq.r Postunas ter, to be called Lynclhburg, at a pdint some two and a half miles below Willow Grove U.0, and about thrce-fourtlis ofi ille froin he'W. aird M. Rail Road. Its vicinhy to this Road and its location in the midst of a wealthy and populous country may Very koon.expand itointb a itillage. There are *iow three stdrdos at this pbiit and tlid tiigi. ber will probabiy be soort incrcaiCd; a physician-has located himself there; and several mechanics will soon wake up this quiet nook into activity and bustle. Wq, ire pleased at these evidences of iniprove ment and wish our yourig dister Lynclburg ill prosperity. .The Churubissoo Celebration. Who Chester Standard makes the follow ing su estion, which ...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 5 August 1851

- .S UMTEI BNNERs. gumtervllefso. 8 a. W. F. B. HKYNSWORTH. EDITOR. TUESDAY, AUGUST 5, 185 JW- Messrs. A. WHITE & Co., are Xgenfor'the'Bannor in Sirmtervillo. New Post bittce. .,ftotter from a frietid informs us of the hstablishmint cf a new Post office iii this Distrid4 EIMsra SPENctn, Esq., Postmnas. aten, to be called Lynchburg, at a pdint some two and a half miles below Willow Grove Ii. O, and about three-fourtlis of d niile frbin .he'-V. arrdl M. Rail Road. Its vicinity to this Road and its location in the midst of a wealthy and populous coruntry may Very koon.expand itaint i tillage. There are Iiow three stdrdd at tills pbiht and tlid ithin1 ber will probobly be soort increased; a physician-has located hitimself there; and beveral mechanics will soon wake up this quiet nook into activity and bustle. We, ire pleased at these evidences of inprove. ment and w ish our yourg dister Lynchburg fll prosperity. .The Churubisco Celebration. Who Chester Standard makes the follnw ing ...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 5 August 1851

1tones hIitrecently been discovered; the miinorialists thinkingt that, If that par tiettlar portion of the Arctic seas were examined, some satisi'uctory evidience Inight he obtained, which 'would lead either to the rescue of Sir John Fraiak. lin and his companions, or at all events, allay the utniversul excitement by throwug a clear light upon their fato. Decline of Co-operationism, We consider it certain that the Co-oper tion mnvonent in this State has reacheld its height, and that lenceforth its history will be that of decline and fall. This wil ap pear from a variety of reasons. It has fi ed to nake any ldeep impression in Charles. Ion. Here, the natural eleincita for the formation of a party opposed to Suite actLon, abounded, beyond question, far more than in any other portion of the 3tate. Capital invested in trade and bankng is pecuhiarly seisitive to sudden changes, and therefore peculiarly apprehensive of the futiure. foreover, in Charleston tharo are a far greater proportio...

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. — 5 August 1851

Vtwh-A .LoE ScHNE WAS CUT SHoRT. :-sThere is but one step from th hublime to.the ridiculous,' saye on old pliilbopler, and that step is a short bne, we would add. Have you ever visited the top of a high mountain on n solitary poetical visit, dear render, and us you were gazing over the gloNous aray of hills; valleys, rorests, 4nd waving grain, stretching out far below, raised your head to utter an inspiration, and noticed a sturdy jackass coutemplatively gazing at the same scene? Have you ever seen a "blue. botilo' sportively buzzing about the hose ofa venerable parmon as he is Jiously uttering a rapt passage from p4sial? Have you ever heard a deep.mouthed Macbeth whisper to Macdulf in the Marial combat, 'Hurry up and stick, Mne, dry as a fish.' -ave you ever seen the ragged proprietor of a hand organ solemnly grinding away before a fashionable Musio Store? Have you ever noticed a full.blown Eixquisite striding along with a tately htep, and gazing cloud-ward, meet with an unexpected...

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. — 5 August 1851

2. 'jW A..LOt SCENE WAS CUT SHORT. 2-'Thore is but on1e step frOm the hublime to the ridiculousi' says an old phildoophier, and that stay is, a shiort bne, we would add. Huve vou ever visited the top of a Iigh mountain on i solitury poetical visit, dear reader, and us you were gazing over the glol'ious atray ofhillst valleys, forests, ond.waving grain, stretching out far bel6oi', raised your heard to utter an Inspiration, and noticed a sturdv jackass votitomplatively gazing at the same scone? Have you ever seen a "blue. battle' sportively buzzing about the hose of a venerable parton as he is Jiously uttering a rapt passage from Have you ever heard a deep.mouthed Macbeth whisper to Macdutir in the hiortal combat, 'Hurry up and stick, tne, dry as a fish.' Have you ever seen the ragged Proprietor of a hand organ solemnly grinding away before a fashionable Blusic Store? -lave you ever noticed a full-blown Exquisite striding along with a stately ttep, and gazing cloud-ward, meet with tn ...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 12 August 1851

40, ;~k DEVOTED TO SOUTHERN RIGHTS, DEMOCRACY, LITERATURE. SONE WIJ. J. FRAVCIS, Proprietor. -OU-nWt 0 'r VOL. V. SUMTERVILLE, S. O UGUST 12,.18 Two Dollars in advance, Two Dollars and Fifty-cents at the expiration of six Ilonths, or Three Dollars at trhe end of the year. No paper discontinued until all nrreara ges are paid, unless at the option of the Proprietor. Il2Advertisements inserted at 75 ets. per square, (1' lines or less,) for the first and half that sun for each subsequent insertion. gT he number of insertions to be nark ed on all Advertisements or they will be published until ordered to be discontiltinued, and charged accordingly. UTOne Dollar per square for a single insertion. Quarterly and Monthly Adver tisernents will be charged the same as a singlc isertion, and semi-monthly the same as ne w ones. Obitry Notices exceeding six ' Nuniications recommentling -blic oflices or trist--or s, will be charged as nen1jlicr Rusn, is a travelling .4 P Ter, and is authorized to se...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 12 August 1851

*~I DEVOTED TO SOUTHERN RIGHTS, DEMOCRACY, NS, LITERATURE, SCIENCE AND THE ARTS W1'. J. WIANCIS, Proprietor. '9O*-(if Our Aati t U " VOL. V. SUMTERVI LL E, S. C. UGUST 12, 181. N Two Dodlars in advance, Two Dollars and Fifty.cents al the ex iration of six Imonths, or Three Dollars at the end of the yeaRT. No paper discontinued until all arreara. ges arc paid, tiiless at !the option of the Proprietor. O3Advcrtismnients ir-rted at 75 ets. per square, (U lines or less,) for their l-st and half that suim for each sibseunoitt insertion. IIT The number of insert ons to he inark 0d on all Avertiscinents or they will be published until ordered to he diseonti ined, and charged Iaccordiingly. IITOne Dollar ler square for a single insertion. Quarterly anal Mont bly Adh'er tisemnents will be chiarge<1 the s:nne as a 1in le ert ion, and seini-iinonthily till 1 )ltu - Notices eXceedling six -nonications recemnniiling Iblic oices or trnst-)r will be charged as 1' 11 u11 R siu, is a tra veling *...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 12 August 1851

-~ 1N 9 Ge'tIken Yours, .'I9dL~th caigp %6 hand throon 'dto me ua vern iin) al, m ta o'be -preset at' fnihk te citiaene' or 39th 4mtant, forh purpose"f definE theirpsitlon Iin rtenc to the presen ''olitic "ipqsittdl of the State as favorable 10 C eration- for the purpose of resistance an P 14to separate State action uriddr 'xi cumstantes. that your letter found me under ents w1ich put it out of my gow. cdmply wvith pyour kind request. But u6t object be amply to define your po on, and my advice is desired to aid you i determig what that position shlould Sconsistently with the principles you * ofess, I presume thit a letter of tmmie, ticf appeared in the Daily Register, Iub, ihed imWimnsboro', will enable you fully * compreheid my views. You appear bd opposed to Isolated secession, and the ~hssumption of separate nationality by ;aooth Carolina, until there shall cease to be:any reasonable hope of any other St ae 'vr States acting in concert with her. Buelb le my view of the policy pro...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 12 August 1851

depth from two t four foet. Numerous fields and gardens have of course, been completely ruined for this aid future years, Mnd everal houses have been to some11 ex tent buried in sand. The 1 ily consolation found iml this deplorable circumstance, is tie fact th:tt tihe increased elevation of tihe shore will afford snt:mo aidditionI security in the event of nnother similar floods. Du ring our visit we 1ou0nd 1manmy persons enl. gngod in levelling the samils itroighout the streets, withma view to render them more passable during wet weatler. Time subsidenlce of the water from the road opposite Mr. McI.aughlinm's grocery store, on Tuesday morning last, left ex posed to view several colilins, with their contents. From all appearances, the collins had lain only somo two or thren f'ot under ground. No persons with whom we spoke could account for their appe-ir ance in that locality, tle centre of a wlvi travelled thorouglimre. It was stupposed that the interment.s ihad taken place inmy year...

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. — 12 August 1851

{ 1~ 0 , 7. ow. n a ol o oneIght, need aly over r ace of th6 bay, before S ur trader standing aQ ias his116totu-fo: d. ogeasionally trusted ith thst' place in pleasant - ' the' dagtime, yet he 0,!j Ot'confidonce in Sam'& hbipni tflow him the guidance s0986I it night. The weather no voyage down andl return. :t-1his time had been exceed. n the trader was quite - 0..r %Vant of sleep, and his labor at the behn. The , of exe'eeding beauty s4 tars emed to be on dress h''planets playing generals, d m.eteors as aid-de-eamps; not p c of a cloud was visible from to zenith, and borne before te, the Nancy Ann glided 6hly along on her> homeward wi thout requti gn otiofn of *r ver thing:emed so si d fine, and our trader, as we d being much exhausted, _)0io sab'd that this was a good op rftuty to obtain a little repose. eo e he would give Sam er .So calling him aft-for rue to the characteristics of his delighted in sleep, and was 0h,41oying a snooze among the 0' forward-thus he spoke an am ...

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. — 12 August 1851

~~t6ltf'1r fei es Wik,01 ilived anin wpofeaman, Ifttrwas tradig along thb bast, Wlo ilo. carried onin a sh eoi ed the Nancy Ainand his voy. agqs iAually extended as far' as Nor f f aod an old negro named n ng the crew. On a re d 6 aefrom Norfolk one night, - the Vney Anu danced gaily over t crippled surface of tie bay, before a - e jlo breeze, our trader standing a helm, as was his custoin-fo piouh he had occasionally trusted S64niwith that place in p1leasait Sller, during the day-time, yet lie nrot suficeent confidence in. Sam'a rAhmship t;Sallow him the gnidance o vessel at night. The weather ir the voyage down and return p to hi0s time had been exceed rough, and the trader was quitu elausted for want of sleep, and his lneesspt labor at the biehn. The hight was one of exceeding beauty all thestars seemed to be on dress J. bde, the plane ts playing generals, h the mneteors as aid-de-campe; not speck of a cloud was visible from horizon to zenith, and borne belore the brecze, the Nan...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 19 August 1851

40, ,,.J..... . i 'q "1''fT} a J7J r " a. r a G t1 fN, S jf d"r .. w " ,y 'Ma. . .1f ' N d. - r)) ,.r r . '; 7 "14'r*;' -0."y.' 1, i S"fYL jy, "yH^r d.w.".v..w., ,i,., 14 d ! Y . tti iw tr . r r DEVOTED TO SOUTHERN RIGHTS, DE[OCIAOY, IINEWS, LITERAT itf tivnx. Jr. rRAxcrs; rronrietoi. UmTL4lilVilAl , S. L.,. AUGUST' 19, 1S . ''oo Dollars in advance, Two Dollars and Pifty-cents at the exiration of isix tnonths, or Three Dollars at the end of the eat. No paper disconltinuedd until all arreara ges are paid, unless at the option of the fe ztdr. 1 Advertisements inserted at 75 cts. r square, (12 lines dr less,) for the first half that sun for each subsequent nsertion. ri3'The iut1iber of insert ions to be niark pd on pl1 Advertisements or they will be pulik~hed until ordered to be discontinued, and charged accordingly. 1D'One Dollar per square for a single Insertion. Quarterlf and Monthly Adver isko'nnts will be chiafged tIe saIme as a ~t oaertion, and semi-inonthly the iiamieft as 'mda\...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 19 August 1851

. MO58oss A. T E & Co., are - for the' Bannt in Sftratevrville. ' 'Mu. CUTpIO,'respectiully requests ' th! "memnb aif clea to Vdc-al Music, ae aiible dit the Male Academy, on ii ; ydat evening, the 22nd inst., at 8 o'clock. oSIgwho wish to connect themselves t -the Class can do so by appearing at e above nntioned place and time. Charlotte Igil Roa. The Pa t eiio &ladtdard, of the 13th ijjj tanit, si 1that this road is completed to 1ithin eight miles of UhesterCouyt Hous. 'rofi'table Banking. <", T a ihnlmington Herald states that the A al Bank of that'tuwn has decired adividetid of 6 3:4 per cent for the lulit six :,r sacaqt'hs. Since its organization in Au at 1847Ulivideld to the armdtnt bf -4 1 ;per cent have been paid to its stock. i"sders. This Effects of Abdlition. We have read with much interest the eech of the lion. F. W .PICCxEs, at Edgefield,on the 7lh\' Iul $Ibis a must * ; i ectivo .jtddress, fo'e orce of its reasoning -and in its a ng, nanly elo * :- quen'e. F...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 19 August 1851

-j V icTo1 ' oED TH'E UESTION. -=- .readers probably will remember the nt the charmingin-tnrttr in which first indicated todi'ince Albert hbt referance for his ytiuiffl iighness, bp,~ senting to himt at a palace ball, her ,onet; and how the young, prince, Paying to ithelf; nb doubtrna the yankeo would date dohn du like .Occasion; " Hero goes, darn the expenas." tip' a alit iii his " close uniform, buttoned up his tI'oat," and de osited the happy omen in the Iddality ilrareat his heart." 'T'his, however, was of tolie-enough ; atnd so her majesty, at es ,sueut tote-a tote with the priune, i enmg to iii -encomimnis on Ing Ain pltiply. 1' poppedVhie question" in tL :--- I"'. your hlthtness is pleased 4tbf1tIh cmtiyt,'v, would you like to remain i irI" His reply tha be daszld gucsued " by: ani lady.-=Phil. L er. .The NewvOrians Creset says: Mrs fanny Wright (Madame Durismont) of Memphis, liberated sonic ydara ago, thirty or forty slaves, and sent theit1 to Liberia. She visited them after...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 19 August 1851

tGonlinue Irorn tot page.) ,; S o Ia aii s R ien's betrothed.' ' inbued crvupon him ' she Tier eyes '&aahed 4, : A su pressed smile. wreathed a lips as she spoke; and when - ears, aiid Thk a p Sos ~Sors rom a york 'basket. Mars 'aid ching hifh;'ket permission to o.l ' iAir from" his head, he co6 d anot rerain the exultant glow ehihlitup his features. Sed lMd the hair idly upon the.ta' ble, asishe would had it been a feath. S3rmaic itless flower, acid then he Saw that Mi his eager haste; he had 16 laned ofeo for the, advancement of is p rpose,where ,there had been hone " hit :: 'st beg you, as the friend of m husband,' here G raham's eyes re f 'iamed their steel-like glittering, but - the unconscious Margaret continued, 'not 'to expose our unhappiness. 'I rio vinot how much yuhev9.seen, idr.w you saw it, f I '.6ught the oorleiosed trpun yt as I came into the' hohee. .I willexplain to you,' interrupted Graham. 'When your husband shut ne out so rudely, I observed that one of the dr...

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