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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 2 September 1851

-- e-* t m tb ay"- RS T 0 r wn.s.rnivesPrprito. VUI AII DEVOTED- TO SOUTHERN BRJGILTS, DEMOCRACY, , NEWS, ,LITERATUREISIEC~N TJ~A~~ W.V. J. __________ Proprietor. ___--___ ourJ- tu 4 vuJ3 43. VO L. V. SIJMTERVILLE, S. C., SEPTEMBER 2,,1~14 .. Two Dolars in advance, Two Dollart and Fifty-cents at the expiration of sia months, or Three Dollars at the end of thc year. No paper discontinued until all arreara. gea are paid, unless at the option of tlic Proprietor. O-'Advortisements inserted at 75 cte per square, (12.lines or less,) for the firsi and half that sum for each subsequeni insertion. wi he number of insertions to be mark, ed on all Advertisements or they will bc published until ordered to be discontinued and charged accordingly. IDTOne Dollar per square for a singlk insertion. Quarterly and Monthly Adver. tisements will be charged the samne as c single nsertion, and soini.monithly thc same as new ones. All Obituary Notices exceeding sib lihes, and Communications recommonding Ca...

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 September 1851

Oil reven ti te lol tt P Adjdt hilyla'iri the nt i 1i "i.: vu pila~tt11te coun t t ii C u siiqand is the first b ttone4v .tlir wany ight paln , "e which led t Critten r t ng beed made prisone (un A ANA, AUG. 16. ar :--We arrived on ti SIsland of Cu cafter the maaost. horrible ,r Ai s tAgd t unt CRicfoo f, c0oped on :"and vilt..() bhr 511Ui rin. W arrived on Sunday last, I believo - .Id have almost forgotten. The next ling, Lopez, with General Paragay 1 e conluandiig officers, left us -ienden and his battalion.) We heard1 heoping of him for two days, weli iUtden dispatched a note. lie then egeque td we rhouldtjoin hin at a little town some sig or.eight intros off; leaving us in 'the meantie to take care of all r>. started 'for him on Wednesday S norning,.at 'dliock, A. M., and had, proceede$.6tily three miles, when we were attacke by 500- Spanish soldiers. III the first chlu'a , I received a severe wound in -he kne.. We repulsed themir, however. TVi' maideanother chargo and comple...

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 September 1851

lintE t1fGHT OF Gntss Prrs. On~Sund1 yaift, at 12 o'clock; to a flight of Grasimcipers passed over our city, continumg some three hours, and extending some miles to the east and west whichi in point of number, exceeded all computa. tion. The sky was perfectly full, and in the rays of the sun, myriads could be seen, looking like snow~ flakes moving about in circles, anl apparently going south-ward. Some eight years ago, t similar phenomenon was observed In this city, but this is said to have been on a much-larger scale.-Reading Pa. Press, 12th. COLT'S. REVOLVERS.-o great is the demand, says the Philadelphia Bulletin, for these pistols, that three hundred men, and over ono hundred thousand dollars worth of machinery, cannot supply the demand. Forty thousand of these arms will be turned out of the fictury in Philadelphia during the present year of 1851, and still the supply will fall short of the demand. The demand is so great Col. Cult will probably have one thousand men at work in 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. — 2 September 1851

IV,, d, July 26.--Ye r< h ei3u l .-Circus of Arartju 1o kn 4th the1tre of aspetaoW or the ag ohthe Ionan th re' than of the19th century. lwild Jeasts were introduced Bucoessiviy~tq the fight in the ai~i ar ' !1liQueen, ther and her- fannly, yerith fliKing and the Duke rR~tanz~ie9s wore present in the roy he first fight was between f a1eof4d several dogs. The wolf -4 Ljookod at fi'stoxcessively frightened, id made selieral leaps to clear the fty iron grating which surrounded " ' e arena. These efforts became des. 9 : e ate when ho saw bound into the circus four poierful dogs, which in a ;;e foWmomons reduced him to such p - ful state tjat it was necessary to iltbdraw-liim. The wolf stood on the dofelsive-he shook off the dogs, w ;but he did not attack them. Next e tored a hyena, against which four , 'ere likewise loosed. One of h o"s distinguished himself great. 1n" iis combat, and several times catered the hyena alone, dragging * 'hum over to the ground, but he was -so punished b...

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 September 1851

AZ vb fa~ . .-_ ti .i- , r .fZ , _: . i " u~.' . 22~ D E O E T O -OJ I E 1 VUI T , D M C A Y y . I E A UEw m .r t N I,,k r p i t r O ---1 l O r j (t t st l . DEVOTE TO SOJTIENTEV E RISTS DEORCY, MWS, LITMEATUR, SINEADTl RIS Two Dollars in advance, Two 1)ollars and Fifty-cents at the expiration of six mlfotths, or Three 1)ollars at the end of the year. No paper discontinued until all arreara ges are paid, unless at the option o' the Proprietor. :TPAdlvertisetnents inserted at 75 ets. per sguare, (t2 lines or less,) f or the first wnd half that sit for each subsequxent insertion. 11- The nunber of insertions to he mark ed on all Advertisements or they will be published auntil orde-reti to be d iscontinued, and charged accordingly. 9Tone Dollar per sqatre for a sinle namertion. Qumrterly andl Aloutbly Adver-. tisenents 'vill be charged the s imo as :a single nsertion, and semi-ionthly the r;ne as41 new ones. Ail Obituary Notices exceCtlinfg sixI ;;'Ins, andt Communicaitions rtcottnttoe...

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 September 1851

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Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 9 September 1851

' *r X07 ' ~" . " I d ?:9W wco ~e to Ii 1proven Wol-ny e . , fa oot; Th lave u Ve'waile and South Cor uponduted ave 4~rltoryn Ceai ie is much smaller in pr< 4 he sam erritory for si ng State utCr Zifrom r "an tithe atp es herselfb a romebnding off anex nt slave population : twill :double itself i a ould be our cond sli opula~o, numberin -76 Could tha numbe ; ', " crif o'rprofitably employed? - Ii V -. ~ eegions of the State, the nun e Igreatly Increased, for wit ; anygof the swamps an uld be reduced to cultivi n the cotton and grain re e State, 1 submit that h pulation would not profitabl :. ing. Why, then, should w - oheparate ourselves, not fror r .tlnorely, but from our sistet uth, ,Wien we 'draw down up 6 the principles we have a uilted and from which w tijsch dire, calamities? - -ery briefly, Mr. Presiden to to some of the diffioulties an ionsto separate State action as ,f nth t.we will be allowed to "g ress and the Presi actuw ly, with referenc - e ote Union, and with p m o...

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 September 1851

irid to rid ourselves ofth eur bigill aconiulate in twontz dafbi l~have heard it saidthat ?it i :t y anger of an excess , de an , .' t re rs to com e, even fdIll ni4ya~o~ he f~tite are restrioted toj Ui ml If this were true, then the has manifested much unneoessa. arm o ;Ulp prospect of the Wilmot Proviso, for 11e same rule when applied to t; which is now conceded to be A~sa;Yav ritory, would prevent a redun. "d r1 r three hundred years to come. 5ut t-spot true in fact. The slave popu ton in South Carolina now is greater-to the square mile than in any of the slave States. Arkansas has o tethe square mile, and South Curo. ha eleven; and the slave territory of South Carolina is much smaller in pro. portion than the same territory for all .ebo-slaveholding States. South Caro. . Will ,suffer sooner froni a redundant population than any other State, espe. { diully as she precludes herself by so. 'tcession alone, from sending off an ex ecss. Our present slave population is about 320,000; ...

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 September 1851

bhee nuriefltell us, that no intaders Jioo sIjall everi Lt.spon this soil. But it is 611i ,thing, to defend our. homes from invasion, at all hazards, and another to t rush blindly to arms, without a definite aim p and without calculating the cost, singly to originate a war, against the opinions, the wishes, and the avowed policy, of our best friend:,, to waste our energies in a feeble, t isolated, and spasanlic efiori, to cripple our I resources, before they are needed, a war, which, if it fails, in the main object, the un ion of the slave States, can have none but a disastrous eflet, upon the futurity of thea South. I adn Gentlemen, very respectfully, ] your obedient servant, F. SUI PER. To Messrs: John F. Ervin, Wan. Can- t non, Wn. E. James, James Mc Law, T. J- t Flinn, Johna Founain, son., John P. Zin merman, J. II. Iuggms. The Strength of the two Parties. At an Carly hour on Monday latt, the usually quiet streets of our village were alive with a buny multitude of our citizens. ...

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 September 1851

$ttt14; intto dotond hti'b' X1 t t fiouitY ,ilhazards, an4t rush a'I1Ji . rnie wthout a e Aln p and witho , y ilal ngthe eo tan"y to originate naw, agains! thie bp, toiw, the wisI s, aia the avowed policy, of our best ffietip, to iwate our. dtoergies in a feeble,' ti matedl, and spaimodic effbrt, to cripple our p resorcg, before they are nt-od, a -ar, r( whip)ir if 1fails, Inthe main object, the tan u ion of tlie stve States, can have none but a diaatrou f bct, upon the futu-ity ofthe A Sou A 4 l> yptlemep ; v wery" respectfully, ?r ,' your obedient servant, ~ F. SUMrER. rs ' obti F. Ervin, Wm. Can. ti dJame, James *MeLaw, T. J. u iFountin, son., John P. Zint. P th J. IL Huggne. ~b _ Otrent of the two Parties. tc ~i A't eairly liour on Monday. last the usually n qet etr a ofor villg wonK' alive witli s bg n titdl f our cltsens. ' I hey "had as:(etnblod here on that day to ; thembelies Under the Banner of srespective- parties. The. nunber. o[6o present :Was .variously .. estimated...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 9 September 1851

4 U ton re u o on oF oavet ! anc ' dra are is rang, (dio tb O who v..,ali 'i vith gieat ceremony ip, arowned King of the . Wetof the Lord, and eosus Clfrist.' Govern odu er ajol of , y ai d o:rsonailly O ne fthis code requires of his -" 41& h b \tbnual 'contribution of Q1'htbhir irlcqnei, Which is oeded to A partial no fit least, :or s tc a stipulation from tho enlarged scale on Sdomestic affairs of the king :rN ...ted-:-his household con. t les. than seven Wives, gony proportionately 'rij or is barren, and of small - but picturesquely situatesl at rthern extremity of Lake The surrounding islands ar sAid to possess manj n ttractions. It is but little by vessels of any class, inhabifints are chiefly t on agricultural pursuits for astoance. In dress these Mormons 6t Jess peculiar than in their re Y belief tthat of tle women o tig~of a$rt of combination of Iomor' with the 'bifurcated " + s An individual whdi8 on t to that community, writ to SlevelaiDemocrat, as follows: so far as w...

Publication Title: Sumter Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sumter banner. — 9 September 1851

- I .DEL -NE0 8 ' r i~ ble Portraiture.' molt S IN THE UNITED STATl :i - ho arious publish&1e ace"' tai o t ndition and character of' Ae X- nep uunities of Salt Iake V , B'. *er .sland, &c., are etri bly conflicting, according as ti0 nate from friendly or preju. N E E Ao_ urces. lieormons of Deaver Island p ibout eight hundred, and are veined by. .ono Strang, (the . ccessor of Jo. Smith, who was .1inotimo since, with great ceremony - rostentatioi crowned 'King of the Eukah, Prophet of the Lord, and Disciple of Jesus Christ.' oveerrl ,ment is administered under a code re lawsclaimed by Strang to b( of Divine origin and revealed to im..lictly and prsonaily. Oeu Sprovision of this code requires of his followers the annuial coitribution o| n'i tenth of their incomes, which i dorfully acceded to. A partial ne cessit at least, for such a stipldatiol - aiises From the enlarged sale or which the domestic allirs of the king, oare conducted-his houseold Co prisitg not less tian seven ...

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 September 1851

77 4W Will 49 ", ' '' n i t' ^'fA.,M e!4y, k .tiei 9. .'F.aMea'+ pa""" ^qt .: 'gli l " w ;: " Ie de 3JnlK ' t;4' '+P;rr a!byN 1"R 0000, ILI DEVOTED TO SOUTRERN RI 1, DEMOCRAC. GK S WV S ZITERATtJRE lpj. J. FRANCIS, Proprietor. (r0 f-- 1$ Otll' c 't Sac 7i n ." VOL* V" SURITIANUVILLE, S. C-, SE-PTEIRIBEIR lG rULITIGAL, Letter Fromt HON. T. J. WITHERS, Addressed to the Committee of Invitation of the Co-operation Meeting, held at Vorkuille, S. I"., on the 6th Aug. CAMDEN, 30th July 1851. Gentlemen :-You must prevail upon the people of York District to I excuse mc for declining to appear and address them, as I am invited to do. While employed in the Judicia ry department of their government, I am dedicated to a very exacting I and delicate service, best performed by a careful abstinence from the heat i of partizan bias, and thus giving earn- t est that I seek to maintain the equa- i nimity which warrants a confidence, t on all hands, that I am to do right to r every litigant before mae....

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 September 1851

~~N WV' R.1 4.J. -4ANt8. + njavae Two Dollars and at.'the expiration of six Won 'L aDollars at the end of the "Jo ~pr discontinued until all arreara i unless at. the option of the $ tor. vertiseiments inserted at 73 eta. A thre, (12 lines or less,) for the first ttu half that sum for each subeequent lairtion. II!he umber of insertions to be mark. eoit:alkAdvertisenents or they will be published until ordered to be discontinued, and charged accordingly. 2EOne Dollar per square for a single Insertion. Quarterly and Monthly Adver tisenmieits 'will be charged the same as a dIng le'nsertion, and semi-mo liy the S mee as.new ones. All Obituary Notices es ixa " " ilnes, and;Commwunications egsiipg Cpndid ten for public offices g1t9 to E1 ij.:Sxhmibitions, will be etargetd lertlements. 4It'Jev. FaDnitx Rusu, is a travelling 4 trtft or thifdpnper, and is authorized to vi; rdubscr ptions and receipt for tie Fromathe Southern Standard. Co-opdation and Secession ; 1Not Merely a Question of Time...

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 September 1851

cause I jpve not been able to uirrderstandr, in what' sy it is to operate us a redress for I our griuvances, either by restoring to us I what We may hive lost by the unwise andi partial let islatiun of Congress, or securing us for the future in the untraminelled pos session of those rights, to %% hich under the I Constitutin we are now entitled. Is it wise and proper at this important juncttre, when our cusse so Much needs Southru unanimity, that we should press t onward in a direction, that we are led to I believe is not approved by either of our Co sull'oring States 1 Is it our policy to drive them from us, when all admit that we stand in need of their aid and support to carry out the great purposes to be accomplished by a confederation with them 1 Do we exlect~ to etIfct this by persisting in a schemite which they do not approve, and while we aim at lofty ends, which all concur in be lieving are more likely to be attained by united action and united strength, we are notto pause i...

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 September 1851

SNR O 1N8 OF SOUTu Snin dof addressing p r~vations;on the subject " ~~ , t ,ieaen;which I would l , to dvance in the .V W. ygbol9.. ; n had it been a delibera rowiing, evern by my si nction the. action of the :' . Alan. pprociatipg, howev-I thopatriotism of many who .4osion, _I dlesire to differ from lieipf kindness. outurther preface, I object ession of South Carolina for g-- reasons, which I shall to' g in dic anten e r e iitcae and noelab Sa , purpose beforyus, is to Ott csecurity to the institution - accomplish tis purpose, we *serything; if not, we ac t ng for the present. r , ry i not endangered-its fu *o ass ir bat the future of slavery 'a- onlyj secured by the union of 1 uamnn is c our hope; in our 61s our despair. dysthen, necessarily, that !.' t policy should tend to produce -i omi, and to avoid this disunion o I iioth. . - $ecstion then comes up, how C this union of therSouh be brought ab ? To whioh I reply it can be brought about by the pressure of ex t b daier, and in n...

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. — 16 September 1851

a. FOM W. W.DOYQos, 1-O TIIJ - h fp !t1NP. RIgdtAID4oN. - Pauein>r OF Tmi (;o0VtNIoX OF SOUTH. URX ItuilT uSI aOoIATioNU OF Sou T .CAROLINA. F ' ke this medium of addressing you, ee' observations on the subject pt ecersion; ideas which I would hayo been glad to advance in the Convontion, had it been a delibera. tie body. I ain not willing, oven by my si - lence,1osaanction the action of the Convition. .=Appreciating, howev e orchW'ly the patriotism of many who l:,e;eeseion, I desire to differ from t in in a spiritof kindness. 'Without further preface, I object to ie secession of South Carolina for oding- reasons, which I shall Siioiit. 'briofly indicate and not elab ore - 'Jho areat purpose before us, is to gvp. tuture security to the institution - e accomplish this purpose, we a"tjlish orything; if not, we ac 1'h it i ing for the present. e,!.'ry is not endangered-its fu w "I assume that the future of slavery can only be secured by the union of tb South. SIn our union is our hop...

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 September 1851

' DEVOTED TO SOUTHIERN RIGHTS, DEMOCRACY, NEWS, LITERATURE SCIENC AN.H AlNIPopitr (91-a TSu ~tWW7a;, WO. . RA SrperL -E, S. * , SE Ad:14e VDEVOTD TO SUT*ER RIGTS, VDLEOC.ACY, NEWS, T MBERTURE, SCENCE1 AN H6RS -----------S Popieor '2~fbot aW~~W~~S-Tv rUILITIUAL, Extracts from the Letter of the MION. JOHIN T0wNSEND. BLACK HALL, July 29, 1851. Gentlemen: I have to acknowl edge your kindness, in the conpli ment you intended me by your invi tation of the 19th inst., (just re ceived this day,) to be present at a meeting of the citizens of Charles ton to be held this evening. Many circumstances conspire, independent of the accident which has delayed the receipt of your letter, to prevent me tfomiI attending. My sympathies al-e, howe ver, all with you, in the objects which you have in view: of procuring an expression of opinion " favorable to co-operation, for the purpose of resistance, and opposed to separate State action, under exist ing circumstance ;" and I regret that I cannot particip...

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 September 1851

r "i ,guyp 4 'P XTU NMD KORNlIIVO~ ~MOM Y W..,F4C 4 4* roppoaraFin advance, Two Dollars - fad Fly.erits at the expiration of six rmonths, cor.Three Dollars at the end of the Syeas, a No papr iascontinued until all arreara -'' g r. ad 11sa at the. option of the 1I vertisements inserted at 75 ets. a, per' ir, (12 lines or lees,) for the first up , d haf that sum for each subsequent insertion.n N 4* $3" The number of insertions to bemak mak ed on all 4dvertisements or they will be pulislhed Umtil ordered to be discontinued, "and charged accordingly. " [ lTOne Dollar per square for a single Insertion. Quarterly and Mionthtly Adver.. ' ",,tidemnents will be charged the same as a _single neertion, and .semi-monthly the sam'ie as neytones. ".All Obituary Notices exceeding six SpngC w punications recommending d ates,( public offices or trust--or ig- Exhibtions, will be charged as rtisoinpents. Gir Rev: FaEDERicK RUsHt, is a travelling ." ' Agent for this-paperd;and is anthorized to - reeive...

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 September 1851

vsb THE SU Mfi ANNER 18s ruardsHED ,.;EVR TUESDAY MonNiIalv BY W. J, FRANCIS. S'wc Dollars in advance, Two Dollars and Fifty.cents at the extiration of six months, or Three Dollar. at the end of the year. No paper discontinued until all arreara. s arpaid, unless at the option of the roprie or. Q?' dvertisements inserted at 75 cts. . per. uare, (12 lines or less,) for the first and haif that sum for each subsequent insertion. 4+ O0The number of insertions to be mark. ed on all 4dvertisements or they will be published until ordered to be discontinued, and charged accordingly. IDOne Dollar per square for a single Insertion. Quarterly and Monthly Adver tisements vill be charged the same as a ' single nhertion, and semi-monthly the saime as new.onaes. ; All Obituary Notices exceeding six ' - 3308Is, and Co.munications recominending 4dilates , for public offices or trust-or S, Chig" Exhibitions, will be charged as -ertisou nts. lIr Rev. FRuDERItcK Rus, is a travelling Agent for this paper...

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