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The Independent Press (Newspaper) - July 27, 1855, Abbeville, South CarolinaThe Independent the Spartanburg female College. Sri. Nln Ord me no Small leg co of pleasure to announce that the lion. Wasp Wilinore Simms has kindly cons Eutch to deliver a suitable address on Tho occasion of opening formally the Spur Lauburg female College. The address will be delivered in the Chapel of the College now nearly finished on Tho 22d August. This intelligence cannot to of Barwise than highly Gratifying not Only to this Community and Tho immediate friends of the institution but to the Public generally and especially to those whose tastes prepare them for the enjoyments of such a literary treat. Or. Simms has been invited to deliver a Courso of lectures prepared by him on a variety of interesting topics in most of our up country towns during the present Rummer. Spartanburg will be included in the list of places thus to he favored. Our people will have a Raro Opportunity of being charmed and instructed by these production of learning taste and Genius. All will doubtless to anxious to Avail themselves of such an occasion of refined pleasure and intellectual profit. Or. Simms has acquired As Tho world knows a distinction in Tho Field of general literature As a poet and novelist As a critical and historical essayist inferior to few if any writers in the Republic. As a Southern people of carolinians to May feel justly Stroud of such an ornament of Southern literary society. It was i believe about Fil teen year ago that i heard the Lato James Edward Henry defending in a speech before Tho people a legislative appropriation for the publication or Purchase of a Simms history of South Carolina a in which he re. Marked with proud emphasis that be a regarded win. Gilmore Simms an Honor to the state. Such a compliment from such a Man was Worth much and was part of the precious rewards of Genius. May i indulge the Hope that Tho press of Tho state friends of the cause of education and friends of or. Simms will republish this notice in such form As will comport a Cut with their convenience 1 very truly die j. Wofford . Spartanburg s. C. 18th july 1855. The Independent press w Pool Lheu 0atvrdat morning. A editors. O. O. Puckett m. Puckett individu.il�, Tike nations fait in nothing which they i Otty attempt when sustained to virtuous purpose Andret engined clan. Quot willing to Praise pet not afraid to judge fatal affray. A correspondent of tic Charleston Standard writes from Chester a account of a fatal affray which occurred in that Village on the evening of the fourth instant a most melancholy occurrence transpired in our Village on the evening of the 4th, which has resulted in the death of or. G. W. Culp. Or. C. And a or. Lie lick quarrelled in a grog shop. Some fighting ensued when belief went off and returned with a or. Huggins. He belief told Culp lie was a did Rascal. Culp struck him when Hung ins attacked Culp with a knife in the backhand Cut him in several places. Culp turned round,.and received another terrible Cut in Tho Abdomen. He was carried Home to his family some three Hundred Yards. He lived until this to Ruig a Uggino we arrested at once and committed to jail. Belief will also be arrested if he has not. A made his escape. I did not learn that either of the parties were intoxicated but the fatal affray happened where most of such things do occur at a licensed grog shop. Advocates for such shops can find sees arising from diem to sufficiently them for the distress nud misery tilings if the Adlanta repay brought upon innocent women and children they Ayo Welcome to All the Consolation Ari i Quot eng from their work. If $50 income tax. To the Village is sufficient pay for All the _ disturbance and loss of life and misery a brought about by Ono of Obeso drinking a a stalls in one year then we must suppose those who advocate the granting of License for the Sake of $50, must put a High estimate upon Money or a Low Price on i happiness. Or life Aud -40r Oor Grain Market this season will pre ent the unusual feature of a Large foreign Export of wheat. We Loran that House in this City has received notice of consignments to the amount of two Hundred thousand bushels. This though a Large item in Tho business is far from embracing the whole. Nearly All of East Teri Kneisce the Northern parts of Georgia the a Western part of North Carolina and the upper districts of our own state an immense Region admirably adapted for the culture of wheat will furnish their contingents for our Market during the present a car and Promise a indefinite increase in a Ture years. With proper arrangements Parl of our merchants and proper facilities on die part of our railroads we a Scavo every right to expect that hereafter the exportation of wheat and flour from Charleston will form one of the leading features in our commercial records. A a thus a our exports of wheat have been mostly to Northern a ports but we learn have been effected for shipments in Europe where we have reason to believe the Superior Quality of Southern Grain Wil make it a favorite. A a Charleston Mercury. A _ in Winnsboro the other Day a Friend showed us an elephantine Squash that beats any vegetable we have Ever seen in the same line. It is True our wend or. Cornwell leaves it far behind but nis was not raised this year either is it a solid a a a a terms one Dollar a year in Advance. Abbeville c. Friday,.july 27, 1855. Religious notice. Rev. Or. Wanamaker of cokes Iury will preach in the methodist Church of this Village on sunday next at 11 a. In. Special notice. We invite particular attention to the various fresh advertisements in this Issue As we have not Timo to mention them in detail. Our agents. William Hill and Joun Mcbryde. Esq�., of this Village Are our agents with whom All orders can be left with certainty of receiving prompt attention. Half Faro. We Are authorized to state that delegates to the state agricultural convention to meet in Columbia on the 8th of August ensuing will be passed Over the Greenville and Columbia Railroad going Aud returning for one fore. The South carolinian. W. Ii Johnston Esq., who has for five or six years been the editor in chief of this old and Well established journal has retired from his connection with it. Or. Re. Inoes is now Solu proprietor and editor. To sincerely regret especially at this particular juncture the withdrawal of or. Johnston. We wish for him though in the fun tire a belter Fate than the hard fortunes of editorial existence Ever bring. Death of b. J. Henry Esq. Since our last we have been grieved with Tho intelligence of the death of e. J. Henry one of the editors of the Spartanburg express. Though unknown to us his acquaintance through Tho journal of which he was a co conductor was entirely agreeable and impressed is in his favor. He was a Young Man of Fine education and Bright Promise As those who knew him attest. Sacred to the memory of the Youthful dead 1 Wardlaw for Tho ool logo presidency. Hon i. L. is warmly commended by a writer in the carolinian to succeed president Tho swell Whoso resignation takes effect at Tho close of the present year in the South Carolina College. It will he remembered some Mouths since l r. Lierke Wils mentioned a a in in the same connection by a of ours and that we then a pin Vod of the suggestion. Whilst we entertain no sort of doubt of judge Carol awl a fitness for the Post we still hold to our former predilection. Judge Wardlaw already occupies a position As highly honorable and serviceable to the state As lie could to placed in and As we regard Lieuru equally competent mid he having been for several years connected with the institution we see no reason Why he May not be promoted. In our Humble opinion it is safer to promote him to a position for which his experience and profession must certainly qualify him than to Render Tho very Impo taut office of judge vacant unnecessarily to be filled by no Ono knows who. It is better we think As a general Rule to promote men in the line of their respective profession and. Is intimated we regard the position now filled by judge Wab Law As second to none in the state. We venture these suggestions with a perfect consciousness that the electing Power will nevertheless decide just is it pleases in the matter but it is a penchant generally exhibited by Tho press to put its a Finger into All the pies a and we do not profess exemption from common frailties. People were anxious to 1iear were prevented from addressing them. We regret that our Lime will not. Admit a More extended review of the several Able speeches above alluded to and can Only add that from the indications of approval by those Dndr Csc of the sentiments inculcated by Tho two first and last speakers i there arc no caverns in the a Mountain districts for the cover of know x of Ling Ca Bals or resort of crazy sectional ism. The people Are satisfied with the style rights death of a convict a Man seventy three years of age died in the Indiana Penitentiary on Friday night last of affection of Tho heart having performed on the Day previous to his death his allotted task in a demo Eralie party they know its Faith by a previous to Msue Atn is a Kiouca Lask in apparent Good health. Iio leaves a property valued at Ono Hundred thousand dollars and was incarcerated for tin period of two years for i lie crime of forgery to the a Mounil of Twenty live dollars the old Chap was misery in Tho extreme denying to himself the smallest luxury beyond the prison fee of bread and water and beefs head Broth. At Tho time of his arrest for the alleged tar Gary lie was tendered counsel its works and when it gives up the Content arms and not platform.�, Miziak Beth rallying Erv. Tho dinner at Anderson. The complimentary dinner Given in Honor of col. Oku by Tho citizens of Anderson on wednesday last was a very pleasant affair and a compliment no less deserved by Tho distinguished representative that honorable to him. There was an immense gathering of men women and children with All of whom the colonel has Ever been unbound edly popular on the occasion. Col. Our first addressed the people on various political topics. He defended the Tho exile. Lie is a wanderer upon the Earth. God guide the poor exile. I pass among the people they looked at me i looked at them a we Are not known to each other. The exile is everywhere alone. When 1 i h a Ioctl at i in decline of Day Trio smoke of the of tango rising front Tho i with of Tho Valloy i say to Noyst of Happy Elioso who an Tho morning Coti ios find again the fireside and among their own. The exile is everywhere alone. We Lillier go those Clouds driven by the tempest thus am i driven and it matters not whither. The exile is everywhere alone. Who pledged themselves to Clear him for a fee of live Hundred dollars. To this the old Man r. Plaid that if convicted the sentence would he for Only two years nud he did t think he could make his expenses and i to Hundred Aud fifty dollars a year out of the Penitentiary and it would Cost him nothing to live there and he would save that muck journal. Thrilling incident on tuesday the family of or. Daniel Warren residing in Boston were thrown into a state of considerable anxiety by missing their youngest child a Hoy of about 1 8 months old. Shortly afterwards the passers by in the Street had their attention attracted by a child a erics and upon looking upward there they saw the Little fellow sitting in the Cave trough with his legs hanging Over the Edge this River flows smoothly in the Plain hut a Quot and in a perilous position. The Mother being formed of the whereabouts of her child without hesitation or emotion outward di8ua.ses of tub lungs Honvo become so numerous and of such importance that it has been doomed expedient in London to establish a Hospital for their exclusive treatment. Many of these deep seated and fatal diseases might lie prevented with due attention to them in their incipient stage.�. Coughs colds hoarseness sore threat All lend to the More Serio diseases of the delicate organs of re spirit it s ago done Cue try ext Touart Lias been beneficial a Liua Drc eases of similar diseases and this Success Hill to emboldens us to Olfer it with Confidence to tin Public nissm gig them Liat its curative properties have been certified to by Many skillful physicians and others heat capable of judging. The Diak Rikka cordial a also recon amended very highly by those cognizant of its Virtues. See descriptive pamphlets to be had Gratis of the agents. Price of each Only 50 cents per bottle or six bottles for 2 50. K. It. Stabler a co., proprietors wholesale druggists Baltimore. Sold by a. F. R Catly Cokesbury Wardlaw a Lyon Abb Avillo. 11. , i1arral a co., wholesale agents Charleston and by merchants generally. Died its murmur is not that which charmed my infancy it awakes in my soul no remembrance. The exile is everywhere alone. These songs Are Lovely hut their melancholy is not univ melancholy and their Jov is not my Jov. The exile is everywhere alone i in safety Hack to Tho attic. But Here the i hey ask me a a by do you weep in and trial of mental feeling and physical exertion i Tell them no one weeps because a her and her offspring being safely ascended to the roof walked deliberately town the Steep and Slippery Plain took flip Hoy in her Aims and conveyed him the exile is Wile they do not understand me. Everywhere alone. I see ii god men surrounded by their children As the Olive tree by its shoots hut not one of those aged men Calls me his son not Otic of these children Calls my his brother. The exile is everywhere alone. I see Youthful Maidens smile with smile pure As the breath of morning upon those whom their love has chosen hut not one has a smile for me. The exile is everywhere alone. 1 see Young men breast to breast close elapsed As if they would willingly of two lives make hut one life hut not one has grasped my baud. The exile is everywhere alone. They Are Friend husband fathers Broth is Only in the fatherland. The exile is administration of president Quot Pierce opposed Tho idea of a Southern sectional Par-1 everywhere alone to to the exclusion of those Noble nor Hern a poor exile cease the mourning All Are a i Vav of ii ii is by look a ii l ii. I i. M Weiwu Iii Iii Lime democrats who had always stood he us in a banished like thee a All. See pass she a mediately fainted and it was sometime before the was restored to coir i oneness. The physicians of Bangor me., have held a meeting to decide on what course they shall pursue in regard Fotch granting of Zerti finales for the Purchase of liquor no sales being allowed in the City without a physicians certificate. They unanimously resolved that regarding the welfare of the Community and our reputation and desiring to protect ourselves from the entreaties and impositions of the inebriated we will Only give prescriptions of such liquors to patients and families under our Elaige when in our judgment they Are needful and that we will in every instance specify the Quantity to lie Delivcrc-3 and for our service will require Ali Esainko remuneration As Lor Ordinary prescription. Military reviews. Inn several regimental reviews to occur in this Section arc advertised in another column. We have been r1, by Tho colonel of the 2d regiment of cavalry to Call particular notice to Tho fact that that regiment will Parade at Longmire s and not at it. Vernon. Please remember this if you would avoid troublesome mistakes. See All the advertisements for other particulars. Our struggles for the Constitution spoke of vanish fathers Brothers husbands friends. Erskine ool logo commencement. A we would remind our renders that the commencement in Erskine College takes place on wednesday the 8th of August and that r. A. Fair Esq., and Gen. S. Mcgowan both of this Village Are expected to deliver a dresses. The exercises commence on tuesday evening previous and All who wish to enjoy a very interesting part of the proceedings should be in attendance at that time. Death of Wesley Leverett Wesley Leverett extensively known As one of the first teachers in South Carolina died at Williamston in Anderson District on Tho 14th instant. He was in the prime of manhood and in his death a Public Benefactor has been last to Tho country. We see a Call made upon All his former pupils to meet at Anderson c. H., on Sale Day in August for the purpose of making arrangements to erect a Monument to his memory. We Hope the idea May be carried out. Such a Mark esteem for departed Worth could not be More fittingly bestowed. Vegetable Bubetz no a. This great a j win of Boro Youash was raised from seed a ton. A a Fate Toffice it wish a -5. Ingtam. From appearances would weigh. A. 100-ibe� gentleman who raised it p6_of the Georgia fair the Book for the Dadles. Godevas lady s Book As a Magazine or the ladies is above Competition or comparison. The elegant steel and fashion Pines besides the vast number of other illustrative cuts to say nothing of Tho twelve Hundred pages of Reading matter most usually entertaining which an annual volume of it cot Prises is richly Worth the full Price which is three dollars but it can be obtained for two Jay dubbing with to press and we always feel a pleasure in receiving orders. So Send on your dollars and get a weekly visitor to Tell you the news and a monthly Ono to instruct and entertain Tho a Agudo wife and the at Home. We repeat if any one to who Nulf we have promised the lady a Book should fail to receive it they have Only to inform us of Tho failure to secure its Amend. To order Tho publisher to Send them direct to the subs Cri Ujco a 6f lha a of a adv a a. Wee ones the Georgia platform As the proper Basin fur Southern action and lastly argued somewhat elaborately Ami with great earnestness and Power against the principles Aud tendencies of the know nothing party. We regret our inability to present a Lull report of this address and can Only add that in was Woitley the reputation of Tho Quot Well tried and faithful statesman of South Carolina. The attention uninterrupted but by shouts of rapturous applause with which the sentiments of the speaker were listened to unequivocally evinced that his hearers were iris endorsers. After partaking of lie refreshments provided by the Good ladies of Anderson the multitude waited upon our own native col. Brooks while he entertained them with one of his happiest efforts. He did not go there he said to make a Spieth but to Bear Humble testimony to Tho distinguished Fidelity with which their honoured representative had discharged the trusts devolved upon him and to Ray to them not to consent to his retirement from their service and the service of the country it were l reason on his part to do so it the present time he knew that. Col. Ona had enter tinned Stich a purpose. Lie then briefly but most convincingly argued the fallacy of the know nothing movement and urged the people of the South to stand by their friends in the democratic ranks of the North so Long As they showed such Noble Devotion to the principles of the Constitution As they have displayed in their Battles for the Nebraska Bill that Bill recovery of our lost rights in the common territory. In Fine he acquitted himself in a manner highly pleasing to All who heard him and particularly Gratifying to the sectional Pride of the hundreds of Lis immediate constituents in attendance. A we. Gilmore Simms Esq., the distinguished a Pioneer of Southern literature Quot was next introduced and delighted the a audience for q Short time with Tho Graceful flow of his elegant language and Quie in mor mainly eschewing politics and addressing himself to the ladies whose attendance upon such an occasion he remarked was a pleasing Novelty Toa Low county Man. By the Way or. Simms proposes to give a Courso of lectures through the up country during the summer. They will doubtless he highly interesting and we Hope he May be induced to favor Abbeville in bis circuit or. Wilson a prominent member of the legislature from Georgetown followed in a Short and vigorous speech maintaining views identical with those of cols. Orb and the fatherland is not Here below my vainly seeks it Here Here is hut a Naglit oui i. Lie goes wandering upon the Earth May god guide the poor exile. L. I. Making Kittens of fish. Willis of Tho Home journal thus relates Tho manner in which he lately la need a lesson As i Rode to Tho Post office yesterday i got a lesson As to the necessity of discrimination even in kindness from some children playing around i tub. In it had been placed for Safe keeping a couple of Trio Gold fish common in our Stream and of three Bare legged Bant Lings who stood around the Fisherman s treasures one had Killen in her bosom. Hut As i Rode past again returning 1 observed i hat Llie two who had no Kittens were making similar pets of the Gold Lislie having taken them from the tub and holding them lightly to la Muir bosoms while they stroked them auction Neely Down tile Hack. A Why you Little wretches a said 1, Riding tip in a hurry a you will kill those poor creatures that Way i put them into the tub directly a in went the released fishes very obediently but in also went the Kitten my order was very promptly obeyed by All three Trio rebuked children stood twisting their fingers in sorrowful Surprise at having done wrong while a according to orders a the poor Kitten was drow ning in the tub you see my dear Genera that Liat May be kindness to one is not always kindness to another. For complaints of the lungs particularly i took note fish and Kittens require very different mercy. Speed a the velocity ship is from eight to twelve Miles an hour of a Racehorse from Twenty nine to thirty Miles of n Bird from fifty to sixty Miles of the Clouds in a violent Hurricane eighty to one Hundred Miles of sound eight Hundred and Twenty three Miles of a Quot Coupon Ball As found by Experiment from six Hundred to one thousand Miles of the Earth round i the Sun sixty eight thousand Miles More than a Hundred times quicker than a Cannon Ball of Mercury one Laundr Ethod four thousand Miles of Light about eight millions of Miles passing from the Sun to the Earth ninety five thousand in about eight minutes or about a million times soil tar than a Cannon Ball and the exceeding velocity of the thoughts of the human mind is beyond All possible estimate. A must not Piny with that Little girl my dear Quot said an injudicious Parent. _ a but inn i like her. She is a Good Little Gill and i m sure she dresses is prettily As Over i do and she has lots of a i cannot help that my dear a responded the foolish Mother a her father is a a but i Don t play with her father i play with her she ainu to a a person who registered his name As n. S. Pratt a Nativo of Gerona near Barcelona aged 27. Arrived it Tho Mills House in this City on wednesday afternoon Frota Columbia and shutting himself up in the room on the fourth Story Tore up some $80 or $90, and then set fire to Tho Bod a. The Temoke caused an alarm and on the door living broken open about half past 8 of clock he precipitated himself out of Tho window and full to the ground a distance of about sixty feet breaking his Back and otherwise injuring himself. He was taken immediately to the City Hospital where lie received every a tuntion. He waa alive yesterday afternoon but the lower part of b is body was inanimate and death was deemed inevitable be is n single inn and his father is ulivo in Spain hut Liis Mother a dead. To Lias been four years in Trio United states and passed Trio inst five months in Columbia where he worked of his Trade that of a tailor with or. C. Franck of that City. From All we can learn we Are inclined to believe that he was subject to temporary liberation of Charleston courier. A few evenings since a widow who waa known by the entire congregation to be greatly in want of a husband was praying with fervency a Job thou know eat what is the desire of my heart i Quot she exclaimed. A am an 1�?� responded a brother in a Broad nce ent. It won wicked but we Are quite sure that several grave members smiled on the occasion. A cow Worth Lawson of Dracut Massachusetts has just sold an Alderney cow and calf for $325. Last year the cow produced 17 pounds of butter per week of such Quality that it sold at fifty cents a Pound Coo pounds per year is considered her average. Or. Lawson sold it the same time an Alderney Heifer eleven Mouths old for $120. Spartanburg express informs us Flint. Or. Coleman Abernathy a Man of family living near Cross Anchor in san Lanburg District committed suicide on thursday the 12lh inst., by hanging himself. To Bavo not Learned the cause that led to this sad inf. Anderson Oak cute and advocate says to regret to learn that the stables of or. Boone Hoar Pendleton were struck by lightning last week. Four horses wore consumed to understand. Special medical Odre of dyspepsia. Ryphe undersigned a being consulted by let a ter from All parte of the Union by Toboso who Are suffering from dyspepsia and its con sequent general weakness muscular relaxation a nil nervous debility. Having fort lie last few years in Liis practice of Medicine turned his attention almost sorely to the treatment enabled of this disease to is enabled from in s Largo experience to inst late a peculiarity of treatment that will enable Tho patient to see feel and know after n Day or two a treatment that recovery has already Ooin Mcloed. Has t dry Tongue thirst loss of appetite const1 of bowels nausea and vomiting skin dry harsh with on nature to troubled with sleeplessness bis sleep somnolence impaired at Liis reims arc Doriu Lesville Abbeville District on Tiu 11 lit instant John Donald need 75 yearn. The Ilene used was in affectionate husband n fond Anil indulgent full for n Humano master and n respected Menil ivr of society. In Liisu dentil the Community it Large has sustained the loss of n most valuable citizen who Lill cil Liis station with Honor integrity and Success. The presbyterian Church of which he was Long n ruling elder Lins been colled to pail with one of its brightest ornaments for exemplary Loithi and moral virtue and an extensive Circle of relations mud friends Luuru bis do parture. Lie Imre n Long and distressing sickness with submissive patience and Christian resignation and Lias quietly fallen asleep in the arms of Faith Ami Hope with the Assurance of a an inheritance which is and undo Lilc. And that fido Ali not he filial 1 Lio More lie seen on in Atli tilling Liis need stored Soat in the Sanctuary of Devotion but to Lias left behind the invaluable legacy of a shining example in nil the Virtues of Tho Chistine character. Palpitation or a flattering Quot of easily out of breath by All these after Ono two a to a it by Impre a a in Quot a it go an Moith of ��3 f a it Larivon thou Aames of the to suicide Anim is of body none. This to his a a a Imda of of Fol a wifi drama Illas Fita a. A i a j. R o Suic Iuo anguish of body none roves that the beat let of the mind in. Altho Quot of than Trio health of of them Aro do urn on to Tom Oit hav of meat wifi commence to dit sip terms or . $ saltation. Medicine forgo fall and explicit written course of treatment ac., l subsequent consultation a de $2 Ofee Money remit abound be a registered Quot at Latte to to be addressed to t. A w. W. V 80 Bookman a july. 87, 1855 a i let a let us a lilt hit Ilont i of Trio Kigh Teon and t my Ltd Ftp end lie like ii. M a . Trio Folh twin Persona have freight in the depot it Abbeville a. .1 11 Sundial k won yield c t Harte. J m Zvirin 1�?~ i nil lord ii a tone win Dorn or Cabell Viert Miller Wardlaw d i Yon Martin a co w m Hughey. Or 1 dit Iichi o t dor her it h Wirdel few it son ii s Kerr 1> l Wardlaw g w Burn j f Livingston. # to it. It. Sondley at new flour. Constantly 011 hand from the beet Mills / in the District n Good Stock of flour from new wheat which a offered it the lowest Market Price by h. S. Kettil july 27 11 of a i Iliad Gnor Tco to j 2ctregiment cavalry Lin try Hill july 2 j�a56. In pursuance of orders the 2d re inv Folry will or mule at a Mimi 7th of August next for Drill and Rev the coir in Hsy once nud non corp officer will at Scindle Tolfe any pre Drill and instruction. John f. Talber >1. July 27, 1855. 12 1 Ned o for omit Gex. Is it get g. It pc c. R. V , july 24, l0& a pipe following schedule for paeoeng�fu0fl 1. Will go into operation on Moud Lext 50th inst., Viz up leave Columbia Quot frosts Mill a a Littleton a a Allston Quot Hopes i of Marin Prosperity Newberry a a Helena a a Silver strict a a Saluda. Quot Chappells Quot no net v six a a new Star Quot Greenwood Quot Cokesbury arrive at Abbeville leave Barm Ore a 41 1 my 4 hone path 14 Belton Arrivo at Anderson. Leaves Williamston 44 Golden Grovo arrive at Greenville Down leave Greenville 44 Golden Grove 44 Williamston amp 44 Anderson a 44 Bellow 44 hone path 44 Donalds 44 Bare Moron a 44 Abbeville 44 Cokesbury 44 Greenwood 44 new Market. A a ninety six 4 Chappells 44 Saluda t. O. 44 Silver Street 44 Helena 44 Newber a per a i v. A
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