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1 Jul 1854

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The Independent Press (Newspaper) - July 1, 1854, Abbeville, South CarolinaOf a Large Laud monopoly i would require certain number of sections to be sold at such convenient intervals of time As would at once conform to the interests of the read Abd a did embarrassments to the government. I would term int. A reasonable time in which Tho work should be finished and attend the time in which the contractors should enjoy to of them handsomely fluid a find then 1 would cause the Road Aud the Attr nature to to sold to the highest bidder and put the Money into the of Tho tiry. A new trial has been ordered George b. Hunt was killed in a Duel Withum Huburt late a member of the Assembly. A few Days after Thomas l Benson was killed in a Duel with a Man named Menzio. It was reported at san Francisco that a russian frigate was seen cruising off the Heads. A destructive fire had occurred at Marysville consuming the theatre Post office now Orleans hotel and the presbyterian Church. Loss Over $200,000.another fire face also occurred at san Francisco on Dupon Street loss $70,000.Tho account from Tho mining regions Are most flattering. X intelligence had been received at san Francisco confirming the Tiews of the safety of the a Trainer sea Jird. Oonsa Crodie Snow Jedi Rocco try at darn Egon Ami it was visited t in Elnaa Villi it fmin/1 Pruun Ima Aliffi to Vul yen my in Usu ail cd a from Tho descriptions Given. No one was iou Udin the House indicated but in old Man and his daughter aged about Nineteen the former apparently in charge of the premises. V of pursuing the inquiry however these indefatigable officers found that certain baggage belonging name not unknown to tin Board the steamship Vatt Vilu in readiness for Jer last trip hence to new York. Swanagin so As to avoid Awakening suspicion officers Levy sly Jube and Jowitt arrested -7. Ward As the Nat Hville was about sailing and the Young woman above mentioned to ieb1v irm Ilia wife on Wnm. Ing both there Werf found in Possession of the woman three Gold and $ be Silver watch which were identified a having been stolen from private residence in close question Jifa Ward admitted participation in several queries lately executed i Savannah but Menifi fall implication with offences of a similar character Here. There is reason to believe hoj meter that he belongs tothe gang whose depredations have been manifested lately with Soma indications of an organize system in Savannah Augusta and this names of those supposed to constitute it n least Dart of this Draher. Nor. Thomas Ward. To. Cahill Thoa. Forsyth and Oliver Ronso. Cali ill has been convicted of larceny but was relieve from the Ignominy of the punishment by the governor in confide nation of Liia youth another circumstances supposed to make out a favourable Case for executive interposition. He was afterwards indicted for burglary committed on the premises of or. John Eul Inaki jeweller opposite the theatre but was has now be a under arrest two weeks awaiting trial on a similar charge. Ward was under indictment for the tel Fine Case but escaped. And had eluded Pursuit Trail arrested As above stated. Forayth who Ilse escaped a trial pending for the same offence was arrested some week since under a Bench warrant. The parties a now All safely looked up anti is to be Hope Hatif guilty they will receive such administration Justice As will effectually Check their opera cd in and restore the premise four citizens a Rie rally to their usual Security " Wofford College. This institution Apfl Stanburg c As we Lorn from the 8out� us ring of geography. Jerit Metio a a in of following con Titus 3 the faculty Ore up a the Rev. A of Wightman d. D., president and and moral Dunovi a it professor of to reel and Fitio language and . Am. Shipp. A. A. Professor of . ? As h. Carlisle a. My professor of Matt Amati Cut v to Duparc a. It proft Wor of . And geology. A i jew Tutor in hebrew and modern la x Cucic is a or Tho p ats Lytfi Independent i is Rue mud foil to nuyt Kulti Kun they. Of hut lit Tsih when wort of i per poly clat. " ii Tuff to Prague nok of iid to to Rma one Bohar it year in Advance. Ujj " " Hill Annam to t t 1 wabbey1lle u. S. Saturday . July 1,-1854. Is Tuk Shenda of Hon. P. 8. Brooks inn Ouno him m o candidate for to election m representative of the 4th District of South Carolina in the Congress of the United states. A. Religious Otloe. Rev. My. Bolus agent of to american Bilibio society will preach in Tho methodist Church in this Village on oct Sabbath it the usual . J dangerously the past few Day Ihfe weather has Becq so extremely warm As to Render it advisable to keep up continual revering motion for fear of melting and running out of shape. Of for Soma boundless contiguity of Shade Job printing. The people Mathis is now published at the office of Tho Independent frets. By this a run moment we Are now prepared to execute t Job printing of All kinds. Pamphlets circulars Ards and so Forth will be printed to order neatly promptly and for As Little pay As any of Flourn can afford. Tamei and postage. To secure Tho tail of communication of any kind from Tho Post office it must be prepaid and to secure a further consideration it must have a responsible signature. Wei people believe us Junior exhibition. We learn from the Telescope that the exhibition of the Junior class in Erskine College will occur on tuesday evening next 4th instant. Ladles supper. To indies of the Abbeville sewing society ici Ucb us in lust a upper win be Given by Vliem on the Marshall Kow on tuesday evening the 4tli Proximo. The glorious fourth is a Day calculated to awaken a Liberal patriotism in every american bosom and to forego any exhortation on the duty of encouraging so benevolent a schism e by a full attendance. The Entrance Fel we presume will be no More than the pleasure derived j i from its invcrth1ftnk to the unknown. Tie letter of Misiti pm lion ii we arc pleased with the Good opinion expressed of a and would return our acknowledgements therefor. We arc at a loss to know whether the communication was designed for the Public Eye or simply for our own. The absence however of the writers names would preclude its publication besides we shall not i avoidable allude to that subject again 1-enough has been Aid and we Are satisfied. 1 1.1ia a 1kb a Kuzuw. Who arc like to have a glimpse at the faces of friends Good and True. Be Independent and trustful of our Fidelity to secrecy and Lett rile your names upon memory s Tablet of fall of the Oapl Tol we learn from a private source that a portion of the new state House now being erected Inonu Nufita Lio. A a i Urr u. Jet a win be extent of the damage we did not ascertain. Perhaps our Friend the carolinian might oblige Hia Readen by making the fact known. His Np-oaibe8f this it fudge literary Magazine Una oat and Mil. Tome to a Toraa of Iii Grife of sound n8e,-w a. " ? al _ i " i saw i ibo. Or . I it of Ftp in. M the ii lev thelious Hohloff / Ltd pin l yet i tha Feih n municipal election recently in. Somo Lett so sch North Tio who Ami Kun Kolin Fol a in a Spriet the Day. I by into thai secret. Of Oto thing w9bro3ertain.-o Northern what is no very great any to ugh organic Naapi Ralto speak the truth Hollyw ,.r4grtj the know no things of do Niota thin on Imi cont in. uu1vuiuu9 us Wii Uwi Sivu Lviv Vuc Quiret la a tire. Of Kilbury on tue cd a. A in Joyed the pleasure of so Aig tiie Adav the Genii l Day of laying the at i Ikenbury. It was a to Stoat sultry Day and the commencement a one of the colleges at Anderson which was proceeding at the same time doubtless prevented numbers from being it co Felsbury who otherwise would have attended yet there was tremendous assemblage. S Ned a grand and Beautiful displaying the procession challenging our Lush est admiration. In this work of for Aalo education they Are engaged in Noble cause. Let them Lay Tho foundation of Tho glorious Temple of learning Doop and Arm upon the Rock of and build Broad and High until its columns shall Porco the very heavens inscribe to the h for of him who a the source of time and of since of eternity. 4 col. Campbeli though Lobo ring under indisposition after a very Beautiful introduction by j. K. Vauck Esq.,.made a capital speech. We rejoiced to hear him maintain the superiority of religion Over every other consideration in the training of Yontl Ifni minds for the High duties of life and solemn Issue of death. The dinner was abundant and excellent and we saw no one who be med not disposed to appreciate and do it Justice. The made Many now and pleasing met several old friends and received Many tangible evidences of Friendship for our cherished indep1 such encouragement does much to lighter. The heart and nerve the Arm. A among our new acquaintances was lev. Or. Round Rector of the Cokesbury conference school. A Jav pro pleased to hear from the trustees that this school has Arfst terminated quite a prosperous session and we Are not at All surprised for from our slight acquaintance with or. Rounie regard him As Well fitted to Ive Prosperity to any institution under his charge. May the school s Prosperity and the happiness and useful labors of its present head be Nero lung 1 to. would lengthen this notice but As a Friend abundantly More competent than ourselves has kindly contribute a graphic sketch we desist. We regretted our inability to attend Liq examination in compliance with the Many invitations we received. F the students we heard Only one Meed of Praise for propriety of conduct and Assiduity in study. Tuesday was our first visit to Cokesbury uni i Buiu not of our Iowa one generous no vitality of its enterprising to ,.w to Tho House for their inc Corona conduct on tiie previous to. In the House a Bill was passed after considerable opposition fixing the Firat monday a november As the by for Tho annual meeting of do Eha yet to up the Seate. Of Lohia Bra of a been appointed Consul of of Cree for the port of new common school fund 90 is l i i Crone fool Eitleb i Ihk Sov n attic tel Toffi those Bank we Luh if in Walro it or Allcan t say so Wal about that if we believed he would a dictate for Legi a Ion then to would to dispose to try lira. But lie s jmj Nilar yet awhile Nna to Aoa a Jere of Goi ills a finder up lost to might got no Chunco to leg so i c 0,1 any subject i f ?1 another Soene. A find in the Charleston courier a Brief account of Tho not impersonal which to mentioned last week botwen Tho two tunes spoons Churchwell and Cullum a the hous of representatives. Trio representative Hall of the s great country seems fast approximating Tho character of a theatre for the exhibition of disgraceful ridiculous farces. Col. Orb we see proposes soon to submit a new Rule to the House for the prevention in future of such scenes. We Hope for the Honor of the country to will attain the end sought. Such actors bet do certainly to sent to perform 011 another Staj and for lets pay than the Congress of the United slates at eight dollars per diem. Or. Churchwell Rose to make a personal Orvii Lunation. Manv Ohio Tion to amid loud cries of order or. Churchwell said his colleague or. Cullum made a charge in the report of nis speech in unit morning s Globe which he did not make in the debate and which was false. Loud cries for order order Here leaped Over the desks which up rated him from or. Churchwell rushed towards him and was immediately seized by surrounding members and while they were holding him made violent efforts to get Fred. Shaking his fist at Church Well exclaiming you to a liar 1 damned liar damned ensued. Tlic2? wont with the Trace toward Church Well but it was so trifle Tirao before order was restored. Or. Churchwell Drew a pistol and cocked in the parties have since apologised to the House Forth outrage. We presume they were Tober at least when Uliey confessed. Bon. P. 8. Brooks. To Sph Efthi gentleman which we promised last week fill be seen and ought to be read in this Issue. To some of the Points we Are not prepared to yield an unqualified assent but it is nevertheless an Able Effort. That the constituents of or. Brooks May know How he is serving them and How others regard him we sub join the following extracts. A correspondent of the carolinian writing from Washington says. Or. Brooks made an exc Cut speech on the Fain Railroad Bill advocating the Grant of lands within the territories for the project. This much National and fran feeling and concurs with the opinions of thereat southerner on the subject of donating Public lands within the territories for purpose which will Pali Noa tuft Volna a. G wow Wun . There is Wise and sagacious Pluff Auphy Rajfa exemption from prejudice and sectional ism that bos won for for Candor and Independent action. Judge o Ssali. Writes to the Newberry Sentinel i found Boyee and Brooks alone of our representatives at Washington. I understood was in the City. I had not however the pleasure of seeing him. Boys and Brooks Are much esteemed at Washington they Are both working men coast any engaged in. Este and serving their. Mint it us a Graak at in Aud Acu Jcj to Charleston and bis illustrations give Evi Donco f in Indi ustious und discriminating Tore ago of pay. To subjoined paragraph we copy from the carolinian. Otis Gratifying to see such an the Turtlf Elhat the labourer is worthy of bis ministers Liko editors Iro too often forgotten in Trio settlement of the world s accounts. A a rate .1-4r. my Usu Muuro i of Lulu juuiuu3i�t Church South Tingle men Are now to to allowed 150 and married men $800, beside family and travelling expenses children under Levon years of age $26 Oyer and under sixteen,40. I written for the Indel cd next examination of the Maonio female school at cok Eabry. Mettra. Editor the exercises of the be mule school at Cokesbury commenced on monday morning Trio 26th inst and closed about 11 o clock the Samo Over aug. The examination of All the Lasaca proved highly satisfactory and were of such a character a to reflect great credit on the Misset Thompson who have been engaged As Cachera the present year Jtj Wrathe 1 conceit and heading of inthe evening however which formed the richest Portlow of the treat at Early candlelight the new Chapel of the male Academy was illuminated and a throng of spectators assemble to witness Tho array of Beauty an the sparkling wit of the Young ladies who were the chief to turn of Ivio Nim a � a cannot give Trio precise order of the composition which were read nor can we re Rembor All Tho subjects which were of them however we do remember and Aro prepare to pronounce them excellent. It would be invidious to distinguish where All was Prui Mcworthy but owing to the Peculiar manner of Tho Reading we were better Able to hear some than others. The Salut Atory was read by miss Victoria gait and exhibited Tho quickness find of Anim. J eve us a most members of the family. Three eras in the life of a Bachelor ready miss Boulware was Replete with innocent fun and Good natured satire. It created quite a sensation in Bachelor Dom and brought Dow the House in thunders of applause. The character of Wasiuk Soto read by Misof so vat Odom was a Beautiful tribute to the memory of one who is justly said to be " first in War first in peace and first in the hearts of his the valedictory was read by Mitt Matt i Iwuc Kabob and was full of touching pathos and tender recollections. We could hardly avoid thinking confound the. Sweet womanly girl for she will make us weep in spite of the music at intervals was enchanting and that feature which most struck our fancy was the commingling of vocal and instrumental Harmony. Then followed the address Byer. Maxw Oaky. Jun. Who has recent la returned from Tho North. The address was characterized by con of style and Many Fine classical the whole it was a creditable production for one so Young and we hate no doubt that age and experience will Ripen Lia judgement into greater maturity on lie subject disown in the address. The exer Feea of the evening were deed by a Short and pertinent Spock on the part of the the Lioard j. K Yaj tax Esq. To express Don the part of the Board i Bitch treat if cation at Tho Progress of the student a and the Diligence and ability of the teachers. On the pert of time audience there Weed to be but one feeling and that we one of Delight. It augured Wel forthe Ftp of care pc Pecis of the ins Tatton. Bat tuesday brought Hitow r mgr emf Jook Oonk. A towed the aug Trio i Cru item Elk Ibi nation revealed the fact that the deceased Cam to his . I

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