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The Independent Press (Newspaper) - August 5, 1854, Abbeville, South CarolinaIntr. Ill i m1 the Independent press u re dubbed event Satt tidal mobn1no. Fndia ideals like notions fail in nothing vhf Hethey boldly attempt Tchan no gained by tortuous purpose add termi7edr. My saturday. August 6, 1864. Deferred. To Ltd hit Nurr of Man Rumin Lina Liun r. Oci Ved but owing to its a Dot i could not appearing the present number we will Alvo acknowledgements. Sematos a Trotter will accept our thanks for Rai son. P. 6. Brooks. This gentleman the Columbia papers say will address the citizens of Lexington at their court House on next monday. We presume he will visit the principal Points in his congressional District during the recess of Congre Stime will scarcely admit we apprehend of thorough canvassing on his part Ere his return nor indeed is it needed. Or. Books is now known by its Norks and is destined to a Long and Brij it career in the National legislature. Oort Aganoa murder. On thursday or Friday of last week Throe negroes belonging to or. Lanxin bar mores of this District murdered their overseer or. Mattox by a blow from in axe. was then cast into a Creek near by but subsequently carried Boalo Distant face to a Wood where he remained or Brev Cotayo. Vav Hen found the body had Beqo considerably mutilated by dogs Aad Vul hires me negroes were arrested but the trial was progressing one made his escape and up to last accounts had not been caught the other two Are in jail awaiting his is said they confess the crime. Holm and sign painting. Or Ghatton whose sign appears in this week s pre. Has just finished the painting of Tho doors and pulpit of the new presbyterian Church in this Village. The other painting of Tho bail Dine is not his. Wah a men i work and our judgment decides it to be am to evidence of i Superior skill. The training in imitation of Oak is Bard to Excel we have do hesitancy in guaranteeing perfect satisfaction to any reasonable customer who May give or. Gel Adox a Job. In connection her tre remark that the presbyterian Church a now about completed Andis to our Fanoy As convenient tasteful and Coral portable in it arrangement As any in the up country. The Eyle of the windows and pulpit particularly we Admire. The probability however i the on Pray Terian friends will find that rebuilding a too Smill Bra Rollo phenomenon i it at the risk of incurring charges of witchcraft evil association and such other like damning preferment we cannot Brook the die Pleos Are of old or. Pluto by withholding his somewhat Huny Diu slightly belligerent Classica and Dep relative epistle. No wonder the past few Day in oar office have been me tingly warn when a document from those unmentionable regions of his highness Baa been on file though an incorrigible old fog himself. Rajjo a never Iele Reen Oharver of Thill a Tuy and in win Riwney Otho pie compound a o shall be its history. � Fibber it anew convicted is of so great a vastly dangerous to the rights and peace of society that it must needs atone by a relinquishment of he the present executive never pardoned or commuted where the crime was at least proximate to negro. Stealing and where the evidences of guilt were As incontestable As proof can be t in brie has gov. Manning Himsel Jaid no precedent daring his administration that might warrant him in interposing his powering this Oase to save a Man Frau the Gallows wife from widowhood and children from orphanage we could answer but the Public Jinow and wended not m have too much Confidence in the Good sense of. Our. Present chief magistrate to pros Lothat he believes so fearful a penalty a death for the stealing of any Zoiea of properly demanded by the interests of society or the Temal principles of Justice. And Sael Nagji tto a whip it sanctions the penalty to a it it i Arlinn Almu to believe is been standing open the Roford till it is Joary with a Ewe Bay and expect Ever to say pipe it out and graduate n Scalo of punishment to the scale of crime. 01 it Lia Ever been our cod Vicau that nature in nltogetl�5r. F o weak for in Lio faithful discharge of to solemn and weighty to i responsibility As the pardoning Power in to Seft. If any Bach Power is it nil expedient p which we question in Justice to every sinner to n every state and at All times never suffer one Nan to be its sole possessor. In a multitude f counsellors there is safety no Lew in Litis ban in other respects. The Vestiner of a Par _ Louisg Power in the exo Cuativo is not to allow r very violator of Law it every period of time in in equal Cliance. One governor conies into of authority with a Stern resolve to refuse Pardon n All eases except in View of mitigating Diablo to lures subsequent to conviction and hence Tho slave stealer and murderer will almost inva a ably ride the Sarno cart while the Purl incr to f a thousand dollars a slave s equivalent is p japes with a few stripes or exile. Next comes re n one whose sentiments Are averse to capital punishment generally and especially in cases w whore destruction of life is not the Cirinc Aud it follows and always will follow As a natural al ouse Quence lie will Pardon Tore if occasions inti Ilia Len irn of ,.v� Ujj then that it is giving in offender two chances of escape under Ono administration and but one Chance under another ? objections we know can and May be raised j to these opinions. We could anticipate and an Ujj wer them but want of space and time induces Birbe Francc. We Appeal not for merely but for t just and enlightened policy. Aud repeat is it right that one should die for theft if or is it Justice and Wisdom to commit so vast a Public with my Smimo of i of i the keeping of n single individual whose Gnu a Lions and prejudices Are As those of other men. Congre Binal. � the present session will close Ere another Issue of the Pratt and the members will probe 1 Bly be at Hoine mingling with their eon Stith 11 cuts and talking of the affairs and prospects of the nation with the exception of the zebras a Kansas Bill the most important feature of v which is we believe that giving the people of 1 those territories the exclusive control of their com Caus policy mus leaving Licin to establish or Roj oct slavery an they May choose 110 very n great measure Lias marked this session. These territories lie above the line of thirty six thirty c Aud this Bill is therefore a repeal of the Missour Compromise which prohibited slavery in 1 All territories North of the line aforesaid. Whether this will prove of any real practical importance to the South we Are not Able to. Say. We Hope however that such May be one 1 of its results. Senators Dodge and Clayton during a on the Homestead Bill exch nudged so Cue c Sharp words Ond it is said the latter offered l fight. We Bolive or. Ceay tos is generally \ ready to show his Teeth Wilhoi a lie is said to c have n head a White is n november Frost the Senate has passed the civil and diplomatic appropriation Hill with a Large number of amendments among them one appropriating$306,000 to Purchase the right of the Hudson s Bay company in Oregon and another increasing the salaries of the ministers to great Britain and France to $10,000 per annul but without my Outt. V the Bill to increase the efficiency of the army has passed Tho House. It raises the pay of the privates to $11 per month but docs not increase the pay of the officers. Or. , of Massachusetts moved to sus Pend the rules to enable Hin to introduce a Bill to repeal the fugitive slave Law which was lost by 45 to 120. A communication was received from the War department covering a letter from governor " Stypu exp of Washington ter Ritty stating that the fort Simpson indians had to narc. An attack upon the Border settlements of the territory killing several persons and that it was feared that landed was amongst Thora. And asking for in ino cased military Force in that Quarter. Or. Baby Sudau asked leave to introduced Bill granting Tho president ten millions of dollars to a enable him during the recess to protect the in to erects Tranquillity and Honor of the United states in the existing difficulties with Spain which tvs refused. Or. Seu ices moved a amendment to a Bill in reference to the 2favy that no Saman i hold Abe Fin Lilton who is not it Nativo born american t and that All commissioned and non commission a de officers appointed hero after shall be native born and Buforo Ither officer or seamen Are t appointed they shall Giro proof that they Are purely native blood. The motion was ruled f of Adf order com Ambia and Ilaff Cabo a. Meeting of the citizen of Columbia held on Iraa rooted that Tho be Init acted to eur Oribe $800,000 to the Cap Arteil Stock of the Columbia and Hamburg Railroad company on condition that $100,000 of the capital Stock be Aube bribed Bridee tue us nor option corporation and that the c 77- _ two Ngui 01 locating u Stract a Nee Ary 10 Oon p a ti�0 Deal rotors from the English by at Hal in Urt a picker and to Hottua Casoy a win left broke into the bomb s to few wart Abbadi a Foj Labont 700 millions of you Day and Jud Rubea a Burton treaty Tioy will be Witback. And or a c otinilqt10g8. To on tub Independent rnuj3 thirty of the Bible Boob to of Abbeville District auxiliary to tas american Bible Boriety. Riih Sociats hold its thirty Flat Anniv a a for 01 v Julio m. E. A Barcli in this Village of wed acs a the 26th of july 1831, and by a Reaola w i n of the Sofia to it Mccoma my duty to pre 111 Iro a Syu Opsis of the proceedings or Publ Coonin the District with the request kit others in the st Etc should copy. The Board of managers Mot in the counting torn of r. Ii. Wardlaw at half Post 10, and tar transacting some preliminary business paired to tic Church to engage in the Moro cresting and appropriate business of the Lui Veraart services. Tho Rev. A. D. Montgomery thou discharged 10 duty previously assigned him by delivering a a Large audience a very appropriate and la discourse in which to enforced the Chris � us j v Iii unit i curing like Dixie but of lacing a copy in the hands of every adult Peri non the face of this wide spread Earth. R. A. Fair Esq. Then discharged the duty to Inch lie had been of delivery the anniversary addres and Well did lie quit himself. His was one of the most bold anly Independent truthful and unanswerable b Rug meets we Ever listened to. We endorse eve t by word that he uttered on that occasion and r o will that in our opinion or. Fair has hitherto done himself great injustice by Renai Nirso Ion in Thea 0 i Luiu i Quai Ifo. We Hopo to of Tiitu hereafter. Is theme was the Christian duty of placing t the Bible in the hands of the slave and of 6 caching him to read 11 the president then called upon the audience c j come Forward and subscribe their names is Ilem Bers of the society when Twenty eight t Earons enrolled themselves and paid Over one i Ollar each to the treasurer r. 1l Wardlaw. Tho president next called for delegates from i Glicr District societies when s. A. Wilson and i. Johnson were enrolled As delegates from r in California Andt Hebal a Nee to be expanded As the Parent society May think proper. The whole amount pm ordered �0 be a id Over to or. Bou Fca to to forwarded to him As a donation from this society with Tho above stipulations. A Juthe rot b. An eau expat Cloty al a and pastor of the s Church at Abbeville �1 bis Hearty co operation with ill top 4a 1/v Mvi �1 11 a us Muttu upon an n resent the be comity of Intro Rudd exertion in he Groat Caum. On motion of i ago Braj cd it wet resolved to the Ali Only Buji tendered to a Fiovo. A. D. Motto Obby for he Able Sermon 4 fans jeep for i fore into address. Or or " to w � to flee l h a. .0 anniversary Jat Cleaod was one Faroong Tho i la Ost in Tores Ting occasions of the kind we had Feier had the pm Cavaro of attending. It this st Mann of Iurii m dilation eight thousand three Hundred and i Murteen bibles and testaments. To have w in upon our books the names of about one of Lin Rcd Sombora. And in nth. Llin in Imler too i a greatly increased during the Loraing year j a these occasions denominational dilute Rencs n to and bigotry arc fut at Home and we All unite upon a common platform and shake hands together around this to Book of to pity the Inan and Estl be rally the Christian who cannot enjoy a Soeneke this. I the society adjourned to meet again on be lust we dowday in july 1853. I Isaac Brax ii recording Secretary. " Abbeville c. A 8. C., july 26eit clothed in a different language. Fonow messes. Editors i have chosen this y iia iut title for two Good the Ujj nth Olic Cli Arch by the use of this Tongue has 0 entered it familiar in certain nameless regions y a fondly not being Well received among Mew 0 a itself on account of certain slips and sliding a 1 to Olden time 1 desire to conciliate favor by cd utting on tic garb of a scholar. Ilene Gen be Reader As i Mako Iny Best Bow in latin i 0 Lope you will lend to your ear. I am not that horrible Tilv roaring devour j Rig beast which you have imagined and i Iro miso you solemnly by that code of Honor j served in regions not to a Bush your Confidence. Besides you see i am a latin schol in and we Are told that our most Are mine institutions where latin is taught Are the i generalization of sound and Noble sentiments r therefore is it is Plain i have lately been to a College you need not fear. The fact is gentle Reader i have determined a Ike a faithful ally of mine to quit sack and i confess to a few scandalous affairs scattered along up and Down the world s history but they Are Mere Youthful freaks and now that time has sobered my Constitution i have really reformed. You May therefore depend upon it that the utterances of age and expert acc Shull fully justify All that is claimed for hem. Amongst those things which have most Deight dus in oar extreme Southern Borders that is going South to the Centre of the Earth ins been the daring courage with which Higby 5 Iii ecu Imu cuu Carea Young men attack opinions Aud usages and Tho com $ notion produced thereby in flip ranks of the 1 old really our sides have Well nigh Japlit at the Wrath with which they Hare met and sought to repulse every in the lurch of improvement. Good honest souls their fathers Rode in n Wagon and they their fathers wrote at Long inter rals letters of business and they rep Diute the Telegraph their fathers Ato sour Krout they on sport Mutt chios and mint Julep and ridicule w old fogies and Tarn up their noses at the old Dohi once order of can Tell Yon Noro about Auto talk and Diode mes Andora Nus in five minutes than their Musty in their Rhola go it cou Scinco and sport with Fema of virtue. Jav to hate sundays and consider sermons vote their minister a Jack As and virtue a can spend in one Andriy summer the proceeds of years of toll and a Vine la. Am my men aider my own Tenet. Fact first to have lot of ugh fast voting Mon and ladies now under our pc Cine Are and keeping us the Prospect before us i hat we shall reap a a Leriou Harvest Ftp Thom Inge cd torah. Brt toy dear Sira what t Tahu a in Fyon to Confidence you Mutt not be Desbon Graf ale enough to reveal Forniti pot ibo Tomt Omeo my fat you a my Tako thelam and disown my authority. But Din a s of theology a he bib wept tia Yea formerly co Little Job of. Tera station of Jer fort a successful vote bad & sort of Jobita Jovay of Conje Moratin oar to in Mph now make me mad Are car own game and Are Tbs lately up our employment. Of temporal of mores 1" i lipid forgotten self and this Little Pieteo of latin May rehab Linhmy reputation in certain quarters Here class Kalties Are an excellent substitute r it More common article. Just let my Tell in n Little joke which occurred somewhere on3urgreen in Atli hut the Fumaio of which Neu to a gaping crowd put award the schoolmaster to test Thole Arning it strange preacher. The matter propounded greek the minister in Indian and 10 crowd were satisfied that lie had replied in Eccl Lent he Brcic Aud itts reputation from that a Forward was established. But sir a Obilt hot weather Yon must be Lia Virjust now in Terra judge so from the Lio of quarrels and controversies which have ached even the shades. One would suppose lat extremely hot and dry might be suggest a Hnton Mut Iii � Fern or preach but simply chronicle " and exr easy approbation or dislike occasionally. Play sirs the Thunder of the Patriot and Ujj reached us and caused a sen Ilion in Plutonic regions which however has apply subsided Sinco we Learned our Good lends the lawyers Haye the settlement of it what Means this stir in that quiet ind reredlitt1�jyillago- ici Trcoli known by Norric in or far off Distant. Tukesbury Sithat moans Viator n Viprino tin f Amicus and both together in waking up n old cd Fly i Viator it is said is Hono Mittal Amicus goes to generalizing and old foot waked up from a sound Nap turns Vor on the other Side and goes to see even your paper readies is sometimes t is to be hoped that a change in the weather Rill redneck the secretion of Black bile and that / acc and quiet less Niay be restored without Jho intervention of Pluto. 0 Tay the Keksi Katory organs Are a peculiarly sensitive part of the human Frame ind their susceptibility to disease manifests it. Elf in various forms such As cough colds 2roup, bronchitis asthma and that fearful course of our race consumption. To Remel these diseases stabler1 Anodyne sex Ector Antis offered to Tho Public with the iss Uranec that it is no empirical compound but l preparation sanctioned by medical science and Omic nation. Its beneficial effects in All Tho above forms of disease have been certified to. Y incontrovertible testimony. You no Nilvio Asto give it a trial. Stapler s Diar Iricea x dial is Alao a remedy which has been vested and approved by hundreds of physicians ind others. See descriptive pamphlet to be my Gratis of Tho agents. Price of each co cents r six bottles for $2.60. E. Ii. Stabler pc ,wholesale by or. F. F. Gary cobe Burr , Abbeville a h. Uay Alanl ,1arral & co., wholesale agents Charlesn and by merchants july 29, 54. 122t obituary. Did on monday 31st ult it Irenr Abbeville Village mas. Jenski Demoore widow of Durid Knox Lote of the county Antrim Inland in the 64tb year of her Ige. Her intr butt Elf a very painful Tore Villi that patient an 135/ortierb from the country prom Nelv at Fei ended to. Gussi i a " Geo Hoe " w. A. 0raydonmowhtllhdow, Abhiraj c. H.,a a it a. 18 \ i took Cotla. Sjhbmtfrerfhmmlk8tmibwfc�"7nbrriliwkljs fax in blk jul by a v
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