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5 Aug 1854

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5 Aug 1854

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The Independent Press (Newspaper) - August 5, 1854, Abbeville, South CarolinaThe Independent press a re Cutaio Kvart adj Obj at not Meta 1 terms. Cryil a it tum. Invariably to Advance. will be inserted conspicuously u at the following very Lbw it a ,1 Bary notices exceeding twelve lines will be t 6d As communications and letters on Busi-1 nees with this office most be addressed to Tuz Inep Khent fresh Abbeville c. H. 8. C., Rue rain to insure attention poetry. K � Gody s lady s Book it the dying wife. I link of me sometimes beloved when i am gone from eight to when you can see me never More you la not forget me quite you la mes sometimes at Twilight hours my Low and Loving tone tour heart will sometimes feel a Pang,5 when beating All alone. Wii think of Days forever gone i and grief May wring a tear of a that have but Seldom wept r bit Wahall not be Here you la come and go and yet that Smilo that once your fond eyes faded of do not forget i j k Jim r when cold and lifeless is Tho form that s nestled on thy breast when chill and Marble like the lips that once Thino own have pressed of sometimes think of me and coins unto the quiet spot where i shall slumber , of i not quite forgot you la think of me when sitting Side my Lone and vacant chair and sometimes love of 1 gaze upon this Golden Tress of Bair and think that with its sister curls it floated o or the brow that rests within the lowly grave so Damp and pallid now. But yet your grief will pass away live Dusky shades of night the Cypress Wreath you la change beloved for one with Flowers White you la fondly love another Call her Jet your lost Young first beloved of do not quite forget and she thy chosen one May bring a neut or Lovo to thee but More Loving True than mine i know it cannot be. But mine must throb less pulse less be in warm oaten slings still boat you will sometimes think of Ber who rests so Pale and chill of sometimes fancy that my arms Are fondly round toe twined and that my Cheek once warm and fair is closely pressed to thine. Usu � Iii but lure Vur gone i re be remembered yet Joh i think of me sometimes beloved Jand never quite forget j miscellaneous. 1the boy who kept Hia purpose i would not be so mean said George Ward to a boy who stood by while he put the Candy he had Pust bought in his pocket. U you have no right to Call me mean i. 1 puck Wuu a Turi a because i Aon t spend j my Money for you never spend it for anything continued George hauntingly. Fit was True. Reuben did not spend his Money. Do you suppose it was because be loved it More than other boys do ? Reuben turned slowly away meditating upon what bad occurred. I will not care for what George thinks he at lengths a to himself Llave four dollars now and when i Bave sold my cabbages i shall have Foj. � but Una Usu str. J. Anau soon have enough Jand his heart bounded joyfully his step re covered its elasticity and his Pace quickened Cas the pleasant thought removed the sting Ethe accusation of meanness had inflicted on Lis sensitive spirit. Enough " did not mean the same with Reuben As with grown peo pie. It had a limit. He hastened Hoer 1fully Home or to the place he called Home the had a a father or Mother there but kind their Stead. Or. Porter bad died two years before leaving a wife i 1. I 1. 1 t did. Usu sous Ana re Aiea what Naa occur wondered Why Hia Mother a hould cry so. He thought she would be Jappy. He was sure he was. Head been inning two years of that barrel of flour old now he Felt More like laughing than trying. Those tears Noble boy Are not tears of sorrow but of deepest fullest Joy. You Are More than re paid for your self de n Nial. You have persevered in your determination you have resisted every temptation to deviate from the course which you marked out As right you have borne meekly the Dirge of meanness so galling to your Gen a Seroua spirit and now you receive your us Reward you Are Happy and so is your Mother and so Are your i ind friends or.1t.1lftuvi Liuio. Tullu aunt a that night or. Johnson remarked to his wife As they sat together before the cheerful Are that he had some idea of keeping the 01little miser and educating him. A boy who could form such a purpose and keep Tiit will in All probability make a useful k Manj 01 after years proved the correctness Oft air conclusion. Reuben is now a Man of intelligence and wealth. He is one whom cd the world delights to hour hut among his pleasantest memories i doubt not is iat of the barrel of flour he bought for plies beloved Mother. U " filial love will never go a a. Y. Independent. Grace in female dress. " somebody has said that a parisian gris Ai Ette with a Little tulle and ribbon will conquer the world while an English woman with j All her shawls damask and diamonds looks oui nyc an animated clothes horse. Therein some exaggeration in this statement but More wit and still More truth. The women of France unquestionably have better taste Jin dress than those of great Britain or America. In both our Mother country an this there is too much of what May be milled snob ism in female attire. The ladies to of Anglo Saxon Dom seem to fancy that the b More they s end on dress the prettier they look. Accordingly one sees a Little woman covered All Over with inn. Of in Rirl in film a. Ii Middle of stiff brocade or almost lost tonight under a puffing velvet clock with l Caps that extend on either Side like Gigantic wings. Or one beholds tall women i such is the fashion tricked out in tight sleeves and striped Silks the costliness of the material being regarded by the wearer sum Cieni compensation for the incongruity of the styles. A French servant girl Tias better taste. She knows it is not so much the Richness of the material As the Way it is made up and the manner in which it is worn that gives the desired . Neat fit a Graceful bearing and a proper Harmony Between the complexion and the colours has More to do with brightening male attractions than even american Lalie seem particularly to comprehend. Manyi wife looks prettier if she would but know to in her neat morning frock of Calico than n the incongruous pile of finery which she signifies with the title of full dress. Manyiu unmarried female first wins the heart of Ler future husband in some simple which if consulted about should pronounce too cheap except for Erdil Aryear but which by its accidental Suita Mility to her figure face and Carriage idol Zeier youth wonderfully. If the sex would Luuy Zibie m Cress More and care less for expense they would have no reason to regret. At present the extravagance of amer or can females is proverbial. We wish we Ould say As much of their elegance in the ame line. A Man was arrested in Ohio recently or getting drunk. He pleaded that he Hadnot Wen guilty of a violation of the a Law and claimed the right of being r ried by the old upon the plea that he got trunk under the old Law. And in in # l r " to Vuu sober since the judge was puzzled and a yield the Case Over tor advisement. W Duci Dudly Coola. Gentleman meet Biog one of his friends who was insolvent expressed great concern for his you Are mistaken my dear sir was the reply 44 tis not i tis my creditors Are i a rag passing a House observed on the Jaf Loor the separate names of a Khz too i j. Murgeon and facetiously remarked hat the circumstance put him in mind of a double if one missed the other i was sure to kill. In new good9.Rich twisted bilks pareoes anti subs Organ Dies Jaco nets brilliants French Cal cobs embroideries. Sciller Awarren have received Turge Jujj Lestock of the above goods which. M shoo eat goods of the scrod. I a Beautiful 1 in a of goods for it tit a. _ a fell al and Hwa 001 1 every to Iii new acid Iyesha. Cd the new sad elegant dry goods store of t5a1 Ward so Burchard Augusta a opposite Loa Roulo Small. Avo top � Norm in Lii nor in riot por i a chases of Rich and elegant t Spring and summer goods re which we take great pleasure in inviting j e attention of All in want of family supplies idling assured that we can ofter the greatest nya ins to to found in Augusta. J loll Spring Silks elegant wedding Silks,110andies, tissues barges brilliants French Jac Oneto Lawus. Besides the largest Stock to be found Tofigh lust cd Black italian Silks Tho most elegant goods Over offered in it n Imen v i i i tvs Law Nuu Jucus Tirui x ii Vioian x Ujj Ivio i Tiro now designs with the handsomest and Gooc richest combinations of colors including the by Gay Tho grave the Rich Trio elegant and u a Chaste. A l Rich embroider us of every description w to in fact every other kind of dry ladies and children s wardrobes. Shawls and Mantilla of every kind. I Thio department will be found some of the Acuest embroidered Crape shawls a a ror exhibited South of the Potomac. Mourning goods in great variety. Vna Merican English and French Calico in pc Odless variety. Tape Mantilla and dress trimmings. Ply in Ali nil Ita Nunn Erml to no Nam fkr a nth. Fnu. Gulf Diona taste in this difficult department l y Stu evening a Large Stock of trimmings constantly i hand. " housewife and family goods. Csc As Irish Lions Linen and Cotton sheeting lob lid shirting table damask Napkin Tow no Lings a. Augusta sheeting and shirting Cotton Georgia stripes at manufacturers rices. Jour goods will be offered at a Small Advance ��., pon the original Cost for Cash Whol Salend retail. They will be shown freely Ujj presented fairly and submitted to the of the purchaser. Our Nii Nill be to please All classes of buyers in style Ualita and Price of our broods. And in Novito the Nylon. All orders accompanied with the Cash. Prompt r attended to. Ward w. T. . 968 Broad Street Augreta Georgia. I 0,Augusta, March 5wj, ism. 4--6m & co., is and Utah. Dealu al Koo Tea Sadecki of Thiv us a tee u. A hotel 8w. Go i hit f is rim now Peulina the la rest 4?d,j Auml tiv or offered of sums we a by Juja Ouwo Ufa a 184. 4b-Gfo dirty 3sl % Harleston advertisements. Ley Douglas a Anderson we -"lk8alc and retail own. _,=3sa3jkla 9 qty Ltd a -7 a. Oil Jinty Rucci o uuxjt9 Wuco Rcv or Charleston s. O. T Bailey c. Dol Olaf w. D. Andeb80n. 1 . A. Calhoun Esq. An. 14 36ljr Cameron Webb & co., sic Cowrt to g. It in Cameron importers or my fills in ?uu11ui and Maui uu11 la Aufu 2vo. 145 meeting Treit Charleston South Carolina f will Supply country merchants within in their line at As Low rates As they Canin new York or elsewhere. Cameron Webb v. Rage. Nih25 h i Harleston carpet warehouse. William older As always on hand Tho largest and beet selected it oct of carpeting to be 7d in the Fine ingrain Low eid superfine ingrain tapestry velvet Stry Brussels Lbw priced Brussels three carpeting Green and printed Baize Hearth j1s and door Matts Stair carpeting and r rods bindings dc., a Pup so Harleston Marulk 25, 1854. 4g-6m Fli = q jul Mien tie r. R. R. Theory was first declared lie world skin tical persons doubted its Cor w Neas and looked with distrust on the reme pit possessed. Others however struck with 1 1 originality of its views and conc coding Merit he theory were induced to try if the Remer Oreolt in practice what was claimed for n in theory. A third class differing from. Others and perhaps More numerous without Juji idling for a moment any Merit they might i titled to tried them merely As a venture a wring out 01 a ueo ire Lor something new. Are satisfied with the result for the Public received the Benefit and it. It. R. Theor triumphed. Not a Day passes that we do Hare admission from some hitherto Unbe 2 or that their scepticism was unfounded and winced by Reading our family Friend have fed by their own experience Tho infallibility fur medicines. Not a Day passes that we Doc receive grateful testimonials of Curca effect by these medicines. " i was seized with p ups and spasms last night says one and had a it been for Lead away s Heady Relief i should 0je died with the another Saya my re was slowly sinking with an affection of Ana my neighbor was buffering from ,.i live seen them both restored to the by Radway s renovating resolvent lord say " Radway s regulators have cure def habitual Costi Vencuss that was the Burden by such Are the characteristic Tusti wills we daily a chive of the r. R. R. Remc y Adway s read Relief Tho first of the . Remedies is the Uriost Quok and Safe Rem Hathas Ever yet been discovered for the it Relief of All acute or chronic is. It is a certain and will Ralic the most violent poisons of malignant st comics. If the human so item is seized with _ virulence of cholera smal Fox ship be pneumonia or other fatal poisons. And a ready Relief used in connection with Way s regulators will Check the violence Ofili Seuss neutralize tie infection and will Jonly protect the system against sudden vib Bat will restore the body to health an Lgth. To Siake this assertion boldly Andy physician or chemist doubts the greater which we claim for our Reader Relief malignant paint let them examine it audit it will Bear the test rheumatism. To us stopped in a few minutes. The moment. Way s ready Relief is applied to the parts Ted with rheumatic pains whether it be i knee joint the arms legs feet or loin All and anguish ceases. Ufpl2d for Twett team. Or. Charles , Nashville was crippled with a chronic Matira for Twenty years. He purchased. M. Zimmerman one bottle of ready re and one Box of regulators. The read if was applied As soon As it was obtained. Twenty minute he was free from pain Rrt Wenty four hours he could Stana alone a four Jay he could walk alone. M be use of Trio Keal vent belief and re Guisin one Mont i he a entirely cured. A lady aged 80, had been crippled for years is1 not raise Ber band to Lier head. One hot far al b. Relief removed All pain and stiff macerated new life within her disabled body hatred each limb and joint to a Strong vigor Wil and healthy condition. The lady is Well or a in Asheville n. Thomas w. Attkio nil editor of the Asheville Vinet published Thein bis paper on the 18th of october 1869. Dupek attacks. Jb.vmp8 and Pumm. Of 1iternal difficulties where the patient i Sud seized with cramps spun diary Filba i Var and ague. Let those afflict of with this of Stag Roa lady take Radway s Beady re internally a two Tafat every fifteen Monthree Hort Wom the Chulu doom on. And f0p Thoj of. A tivswaffx1 wholesale 1 clothing st to. 3 Granite buildings c 8. A son would respectfully invite the ii Stock of Spring and in manufactured by themselves expressly for Thi took Thor with a men s furn i shirts gloves collars suspenders Cravat hand Kraii stocks dressing q country merchants wishing to sort up v ii ukr Stock and at Charleston prices. Columbia oct 20. 1853. Mcab2jk�k=23civsb3flb which can be relied on far each and every disease r. J. S. Rose is an honorary member of it Fie Philadelphia medical society and Adu ated in 1820, from the University of Penn Ivania under the guidance of the truly Emi j it professors Ali sick Chapman Gibson Coxe mes and celebrated for medical hence. Being solicited by thousand of his a j its to put up his preparations lie now offers 1the Public As the results of his experience r the past thirty years Tho following value e family medicines each one muted to a be 1c Dix East t . S. Rose s nervous and invigorating cordial. The greatest discovery in medical science Lis astonishing preparation for raising up Aenk Constitution debilitated by care labor Udy or disease acts like a Charm. It gives length and appetite and possesses great . For i cart diseases All nervous affections at Lenee heart Burn a restlessness numbness cur Algia raising the spirits and giving Power the whole system it is almost miraculous in 1 of foam. Kit Tranfa o in till or coughs colds croup and whooping cough. Tut Best Cougil syrup in the world there e Many cough syrups which tire Mere . Ruse s celebrated expectorant or ugh syrup not Only relieves the worst cough it it allays All irritation of the lungs Orli roat subdues any bronchial affection cures in asthma and is decidedly tic Best Prepa Ronfor consumption and. J. S. Lose s pain cure. It is the on preparation which cures almost instantly Ore Throat rheumatism from cold pains in be Side. Back or limbs face ear or tooth die stomach or bowels Side or Bock stiff Cek bruises corns and chilblains. Wber Everyou have pain use the pain cure. Safe Toi Fage. Price 12 a 25 and 60 cent bottles. Vie Only cur for dyspepsia liver complaint and indigestion. Thousands Hare been cured of the above a plaints and tens of thousands More can Berred if they will take or. J. 8. Rote s and his Antu bilious or rail Badilas. The dyspeptic compound acts directly i the liver and Ato Tach whilst the pills carry All secretions keeping the bowels open angular also giving strength and medicines contain no Calomel or Mercury any form out possess great tonic alterative Onich and liver compounds which never i rebut always improve the Constitution Asto Sands can of Tho above preparations with or. Rose e cd Cal adviser to persons in sickness and in health to be had of Wardlaw your order through the Mai their agent who will visit the most if not the planters a reasonable Boundy a a a. It Bobbi Elb Sion e Brt county. . 4 Fly. A 1. N. Vaji ii refit i r furniture Manol Story. Iie8ubacribrifeprparod Toi Haniah eve by the world s hotel at Abbeville c. H. A Home for the stranger. Iii subscriber inform the a Public that his hotel i still of Mach. Or Tho reception of boarders and traveller. Ali rooms Ore ample and convenient and i table so an impartial Public testify � Tofill v any in the country. He has also an Cef Cut stable and lot abundantly supplied wit water from the Village Spring by the co Taat action of a Hydraulic my and is Prepa nyl horses Jingle or in Aro vow it exhibits herewith frj4-Tpriff of rates which ire As follows a Jug " for Anglo a focal ". Qty Board and lodging by the Day " 0 75board by the week " 4 60 do. By , Oft do. By the year -120 00for Man and horse supper lodging a and breakfast i 85single feed for horse 87 by Day if More than two feeds 0 76keeping horse by the week 400do. A. By the month 10 00 All transient persons stopping at the world hotel without horse or baggage will pay if Advance. There will be no pains spared in try ing to accommodate All Thos who May Ace Mito patronize Tho world s hotel. Feb. 4 39.-6m Silas Anderson. Good tidings. " Corn plenty Cotton fair pm still cheaper. M. Strauss coked a has in store and Recei Tab. Daily ton Vuia a in Ohio a Charleston a Large and select assortment of goods adapted to the present season and forthe Winter consisting in part and Domestic and blanched shirting american English and French prints French and scotch Gingham Welch Saxony and Patent a shrinkable flannel coloured and opera flannel towelling table cloth diapers. Tweeds Kentucky jeans Satti Neu etc., silk and Arnif is Nnnie Paris printed d Laines Cas Flmer is Merino Alpona Tibet " splain d Laines Cashmere Alpaca Merino and Tibet Black silk Gros de Rhine an univ Plain plaid brocade Pompadour silk Aad other new styles. Shawls. Is Pool net French printed Broth. And Cash Mere. Fancy articles w French embroideries costal Palace ribbon trimmings hosiery veils kid. Cashmere an silk a loves mitts Taconet and swim Aliu lint edging an inserting Lacea Linen Cambric Hyk. Do embroidered from 7fl a tic to 8 dollars oct t 1853. A u Ramsay # piano store. Music and musical Columbia 8. I s &co8, Patent diagonals in grand Piikoi he to it visit co a 0 9 u i Patent suspension Bridge Piane clinic Krings travel and other mantra pianos at the factory 1, 1854. 41 �1.50 acab0, t4#.me Rohats , shall not be in pawed by House in the City respectfully olinits atrial will not Promise Mitch a �wfmiu,. James m. 81 34 6m pro Prietos. Middle Davff Camm 0swsotssai Ako Kau a 7.v w. Dealers in foreign and America books ah3 Columbia s. G. J. Middi Knauff i � to fill Bair a Gbo Dojk. P. Actors & commission merchant North Atlantic Normi

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