The Independent Press in Abbeville, South-Carolina
1 Dec 1854

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1 Dec 1854

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The Independent Press (Newspaper) - December 1, 1854, Abbeville, South CarolinaColumbia november 28,1854., the members of the staff attached to excellency nov Ortof report at Headquarters of Mon to Aye Foitzik of december order of the commander in Chieff wifi it b. T. Watts,.seoretaiy _ is i f. A t g. Fine hat at Low fridae. Of a fitting Colum bin who May desire a new tile to suggest that they Call at Foller b hat store. If they cannot be pleased both in Quality and Jpn bar Puttbr they who hardly get suited Wargol Tubia we have personally examined his Stock and do believe that All he says advertisement in this paper Isa trietly True. W an ado oct. The last week s Issue of the came out a few hours behind the regular a Owin to a press of Job work Anda Cru line onslaught of disease upon present Issue is also a Little later than. Its suld be owing to our absence a few Days in the friends will please expose pfc if the ague will Butlet our fab Rio Rake and nothing else interposes we Ehll have All right next week. I agricultural address 4?. A Corr of an address before the lan Caster agricultural society by m. P. Claw Foto eq., Baa been kindly sent us. We have of blvd much entertainment in Reading this As Rem. The subject of agriculture presents a wide Field and one literally Cov ered with Flowers for the exercise of thought. 4. And eloquence and or. Crawford has done i m himself credit by this exhibition of his of Iqua Intano Jusith to Field to surveys. " agriculture As science has hitherto / tip thy sadly neglected in our a controlling idea with Farmers has been .1plant All you can reap All you can Anc 5teaf out the Aoi Laa $gst4s possible there i Are interminable forests still further r and whence hate utterly ruined this portion i four fair heritage we can go there. Sush policy is at once most selfish Wiso and suicidal the formation of District and state society ice the holding of Puze eth Obi Lions and the publication of such it dare Eaas the one before we fondly Hope is the Earni of the " better Day a coming " governor s message. It flux annual message of the governor a i and before the legislature on tuesday it " a i Good document of considerable Lengsi ii contains Doh Imp Toutant info non tiou Andia a very acid review of state is Felt Ticy counsels flga5uhtv-Cliauge 1pitjiucal. Organization of the 6tatej " and Hopes that or Uii nation May Ysl Fuji statement of futo Xelaras to the 1 " roe1jjfctt5ah$m naw Tinwai a think the of. 1 a emf ajl by re Mth which they were a enticed to be Benefit � body met on monday and with organi Redby the re election of or. Alston Gap president of the Senate and or. Simon speaker of Trio House a. Martin clerk the to sol a to i a �-1 " Usu ii l. Var Putti to Aea Wngo work or. , messenger Jno. T. 8loan, of Pendleton was Choen clerk of the House or. Richardson Reading clerk or. Din ins messenger and i Delorme door keeper. As Jet no Bua Meas of importance has been transacted. A multitude of petitions a incorporation dec hire Boon presented and referred to Tho appropriate committees various notices of Bill Sand resolutions have also l eon Given. A till to give r7t advertisement Muju Labost Verj Tift tyly Arnite himself of the press s cot Unica Tive Powers to inform the Public the ii a. A the tin and the groans and Gas Jujj a of Market this must Nova a Ichla Gratifying intelligence and4wo treat everybody will give in a Call As we we cannot be better pleaded by if try Ane Elemr. Liw Soic is if Industry flu Grgetic and worthy Man and these Good i Juaniti a together with to Good qualities so ire a Worl coif i Furcel fail to 1insure a Reward. ? 4 messes. Bowl it Andi Smirh also have a Ord in this number to which we would of our readers i Wego heart and a flail for Tho successor All those who drive us a Chance to exp one their merchandise on our whilst you Are in Hamburg if oui Are i Little ii � run � � i me Iuliu Isidera 01 Wilcon Ferels having been educated within it Halls. It has an endowment of $15,00cthq. Munificent gift of the late Gen. Hollo Way the proceeds of which Are annual appropriated to the sons of the deceased superannuated and effective ministers of to conference. There Are eight beneficiary of Thip class now at the sch6ol. In audit Ilithe sons of nine other preachers have received their tuition be during to Pas year and the same psf Celt. Has been extended. To three candidate for the Travellin in All Twenty of students during he yeahs been ninety four. In a gracious revive of Relig Jap near the close of Tobej to ton number professed religion and Joyed the i Iuliu. Julie nuances of the school no i a lie astir condition Tho tuition fees Morthan Eye could Jacb Aud he Welkin Rasado t go the Savage yells of the native will a or tided that he was Ere tossed an " Jixie of of ladino drowkftnna.fjowe1ate London papers re Jim to Nike 29th ult. An agr cult Urall Borer named Solomon Dunford left � the Croven Public House opposite the Fountain hotel West Cowes Sale of Wight for n a few moment Reading. His Basket and a to pint of Beer. Partly drunk but did not re _ turn. On monday., of next week at noon othe body was discovered in the water near8 the Fountain qua the features did not and present he same appearance As is usual in j e browned persons the face being entirely my. Black. A m Hovel process was used for the s i recovery of the body by one of the coast Eal guard. On Friday morning the known to him to As a sure the bystanders that if the party was drowned in the neighbourhood he would discover the body by Means of a " new loaf of j l. Bread in which should be deposited three 11 ounces of. Quicksilver when the loaf would Ien float till it rested Over where the body might however extraordinary it May appear s the Experiment was tried and on the loaf i j. Becoming stationary a boat Hook was put overboard beneath it and brought up the body. The Man states that this is the fourth a instance in which the Experiment has been g � tried by him with a speedy and sure cure for a Sprai dissolve a Little ammonia in a _ ter Steep a few Mullon. Leaves therein Anda bind them on hot. Of j lieutenant governor Farmer died on the 29th of yellow fever. .0 Tho interments in that City for the week ending the 29th, Are 243, and of fever 107. a convention of the manufactures of to dibacco in Virginia and North Carolina is Tobo held at Lynchburg va., on the second manday of january. 7 if o �. Those Are the hardest misfortunes which 0 we allow to take a by q do Mot procrastinate. Attend to to Lac Oonagh. Or sore Throat in Timo. By to doing you May avoid match suffering. This advice is applicable e to hundreds who take cold and cough for i weeks and sonnet mics months thereby so the delicate organs of respiration that 1 Erec should they succeed in obtaining Relief. They Are rendered much Moro susceptible to o All u. 10. Usu Uii i us Prevo Tea 8 by the Small outlay of 60 cents in the Purchase i of a bottle of Stabler s Anodyne Cher he �. By expectorant which almost invariably causes or gives relief1 diseases of the lungs a Juji and Throat. The same May be said of diseases the 9 of the bowels. We believe that hundreds an the s dually die from neglect of a slight tendency � to diarrhoea whose lives might be saved bythe outlay of 60 Centa for a bottle of Stabler a diarrhoea cordial which is so i i efficient air the cure of diseases of the see descriptive pamphlets to be had grat i. Is of the agents. Price of each Only 60 cents per bottle or six Buttles for ? 2 60. I e h. Sta Bleu pc co., proprietors wholesale druggists Baltimore. S sold by or. F. F. Gary Cokesbury a Wardlaw to inv Akka Ariun w. N iia Volandt natural c a wholesale agents Charleston and by mor Chanta generally. _ t ft�m.v18s4 30 2w obit Pai a. P 5 8th of october it the residence of it ii rain i Abbeville District s. Miss Maryjay say Jiel est Daugler of Augustus c. Coferbbq., Jishe 17th., year of her age see bore her affliction with patience and Jchristian resignation which terminated in to Mph Oid aver in Twenty two Days. 8he bad never a connected herself with any Church but told her aunt that she intended doing so As soon As n she returned to Edgefield which she would 10have Donfris a few Days if she had lived. She11 requested her father to take her remains to to der -8 Field for inter fint and begged Bim to do All r the Good he could in this we rid and try to meet her in heaven. She often spoke of Iyer brother Aira left As her dying Froest that he should so w live in this world that he might be prepared on5 to meet her around the throne of god. She often spoke of the Happy change in her Sony _. E she was of a remarkable kind and amiable j disposition and very affectionate to her Discon isolated father brother and two Sisters whom a she leaves to mourn their loss. We sympathise oni with the afflicted father in Thi As Well Aliis for net Mer bereavement for it is Only one Short year Trif since to wan deprived of his dear companion i and two Lovely daughters. May he be enabled to Bear the afflicting dispensation of an All Wise 001creator, All in heaved. J. 010 r a 9 the Market. We r Abbeville nor sopi asters Are bring tying in Cotton pretty Frt to Hap Mem dispose to sell at the prices offend namely from 1 to y s a to. I Columbia nor 29the Market rather f doll. Quotations.7 to cents. C � f Fuller s hat store u Eula Arosta. A tweet a %. Columbia a c. Ujj j t7teep8 on and of die by bet my and up notice. Rob regular meeting if Olio on Lodge st " 8, a % i will be held on monday. 1renintf, the 11th,december. Members no re heated to be punctual in their attendance quiness of importance will be transacted. By order of m .7.� a v. M. La Bulicki or nov. 30. 2t Jabor 5ry.-i Jupp oesl8bum o of Arsnoe a school. A role next session will open on wednesday the 10th Day of january. Nett. Guglhor school Boa three department pro , classical mathematical and ,3ientific, with an officer at the head of tm.,. O. Ii. Round Recto re by Cokesbury dec. 1, 1864. 80 8k auction of store Clouds. In consequence of the death of e. Barmor of the firm of Barmore. a school. A the first of jul Ory 1855, Tho , Grade to of Cha Citadel Academy a3d n. Obo i in. Mem Jim a t of Fig ims so t Abbeville the matter of to lift Tut will and Teatar taint of John Oli notice had Tomb by Bonne of the next to kin Abd heirs Law of John Oliver deceased requiring the r purporting to contain the lost. Will and Talent 01 Sata to proved inn a form of Lawsy Lieret bre notice is hot ropy Given to Elij Ahrer James Oliver George 01iv%r, elitfc1robertson, Nathaniel and Zinnoh bis wife and a ref Sarah Terrell to and appear before me either in person or a Yottey at a court of Ordinary for Abbeville ii Rich to be held at Abbeville court ,.helwenty-fifthday of february next Tab Tiric and place the Validity of the Saider ill be tried. Given under my hand and eol of office this the Twenty fifth of. November one thousand eight Hundred and 1iill, o. A. D. Or. Be303m groceries groceries ij7"e invite Tho attention of our customers and the Public generally to our 8took groceries just received at the Coron Edoor above the Carolina hotel the stand formerly occupied t y Buckmaster consisting in part of0 Hhd. New Orleans & Musca Vado sugars. 5 bbl. Stuarts refined a. 0. And a. Crushed sugar bags Rio Coffee no. 1 article a " lag Ira m 5bbls. No. 8 Mackerel,5 Kita "1 " Hhd. W. I. Molasses -. � � bbl. N. 0. Syrup d Case negro sizes,5 bbl. Gibson s Eagle whisker,5 " " Omara a old Ryo 5" o. K. Vav 5 " pikes Magnolia "5 n. E. Rum.0 coils Weaver s Best. Rope egging and twin. Also to blankets jerseys Osnaburgh and All la of Domestic goods usually kept in our All of which to will sell As a beat As Tai Ket will afford and w Ottier a. 9 of value of a credit of tic Tielve month i Day of Sale. I " Erms More fully made known on the Day ale. James m. Ii Atimer jux Csutor. Of. 24,1854 20. 8t Tiki turn Tyirin of , vary gra Tofal for Patron age Herel Soforo enjoyed Omega leave top ins friends and Cua Tomecia Audi the pub generally that he Haa now old stand Muin Street next door to White it Bill Oak ii and Complete aaa orment of in Marklis store May be aha pea and. Xiaoe. Bovee remand uncovered Bonnet Box. A bed st Camora. Up Foo sizes Yoko i in apes Candle Moulds. V Coal. Carriers cell once monsters Cande Sci i dish fans dish Dat pans fat stoves foot tabs class Drainers knife Box. Is lanterns lamp feeders Milt pans milk Caps Money bores molasses cups % i marking cups Oil. R lamps Pepper 1 Boie Irti Pujji of t _ to m. Usu aug i nuo x 10 m dub j Rob my a 7 re reflecting ovens Shower Baths Stew pans sugar tor pots a i Vonsh Pana water. Shippers & by Anicio manufactured to order at Short 2e, and warranted to give satisfaction. Entry merchants will lurid it to their Fiji it to procure supplier of tin Ware from the building Publio he would if Takt a always prepared to attend to Tea Iryll v for Withim to i v evident Bod Mac Beeville & a. sot.2s� by life Betta it

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