The Independent Press in Abbeville, South-Carolina
3 Jun 1854

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3 Jun 1854

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The Independent Press (Newspaper) - June 3, 1854, Abbeville, South CarolinaIt pofiusnfeb1 Vitty saturday mob void. Individual like nation fail in nothing ethic they boldly attempt when sustained by Virtu of put Rosie clat. " willing to Praise it not afraid to Dollar a year in adv Anoo. Abbeville o. Saturday. .7. June 3, 1854. But the Independent preu will continue to a published a Hort fore at Abbeville c. H., at the same Price and will maintain its hear Aeter As an Independent political miscellany our i strict paper those who Bate paid up1to the Ferrici editor x?h1 of Courso Continuo to Beceiro the paper without extra Chirgo. I it All letters of Busino a connected with this office should be addressed Indk Kkent Pum Abbeville 0. To s. 0.," and Post paid. Salut Atory. In assuming the Chur editorial so gracefully vacated by our pred Cossor last week it is of course meet that to should Exchange salutations with the patrons of the Prem an indicate the eneral nil Neinl Flint to n j our course. Although a Are not of those who Geom to regard the life of an editor loss favored than that scially ing remuneration for our toil Are All the rewards we we Hope to obtain. Our design in the future conduct of the arc trill be to Render As acceptable a any in us state and to this end Toxar general to eschew Subj Celsi and keep Anele Pioro to the musing present than to the prospective future. Everything the \ general Intelli gab room in thepre4 5n& its friends and patrons May look for errythtogyvit0�4fcy of record in its pages happily for us and happily for the peace and quiet of the people of so Lith Carolina to am Levof newspaper " imm Jatindar like Wynon Tehho in fit lucrative would in National Poliuc Iho complexion of the pm few Aown to hic been tit Liporto Aig a these respects it change. And Whilo we Holdon Nidre averse to1profligate abrogation in or state polity to do not6pcjttiiiou8ly cling to any Eim Joy because Jokey have the Saij qution of age and we. Do not or desire or cautious con-1wory Uio Orcas we will oar settled it principle rather than estrange a wielding of Thegla Diat orial pen to shall adopt and maintain the pro Fco off Otid none but the offending Adim Pief that True Independence language cannot Bencom our Troub bearing a pred Ojeator s cont Iauco Roa Boot Boit re Yeafol in Abbeville id hence partial acquaintance wit Juon intelligence and resource a we won her abundant ability Reward her journalist and Only re Thuat webring of ability to meet a tits which on anticipated re these Bricf remark a a balt our j i Laverte i All tha Grace a Dkap-.a1 Jpn Jow. of Fri r ,. It a al Driot Buffi pc old a memories. This out first paragraph for the j Rtin is of Rattan with Flea fold Pap a or aeon from on a Tasnad Friend and former neighbor d. Via who a of one West a pen and scissors Are two indispensable to i editor. The first especially should be a Ood that glides smoothly across the Sheet and that will retain a sufficient quantum of Ink to Jot Down several lines at i Nee without returning to the Ink bottle. Such a Ono is that to now hold. It will not however Lido along All Tho while without cessation for sometimes Tho ideas Stop and who could blame a pen for tardiness Vlin the Power that moves it refuses to act ? but we said an editor s pen should be a Good one. Who could maintain his Good humor when trying to write with a Macau pen f and of All inert perhaps the editor has most n in in Corn is doing Well and if nothing intervenes our Farmers will Harvest an abundant yield Laurent Herald. Crops and understand that Trio wheat crop is pretty Good and very Little injured by the cold Spring. There in sonic Rumoro rest in the wheat. Corn and Cotton Are growing finely and to have lately had Afine season. There is still fruit in Many portions of the peaches and Aji Palcsin great 7r to Patriot nos rear Thor timely Rains of last week Oats and Corn have taken a Star that will almost out Are full Orono our exchanges from North Georgia report nne Raisin that Section and speak More hopefully of the Prospect ahead. These Rains appear Mohave been general if so planters and Consu Mem. Will take paper Tiik Brief visit to Tho parishes of West Baton Rouge arid Point Coupe enable the editor of tiie Baton Houge advocate to speak from observation of Tho crops in those parishes. The stands of Ane and corny where Well worked Are looking Fine and flourishing although they Are of course somewhat backward from the tripling spells of cold we the which have Occas Flauy intervened wet lip artful t int ammo top Lanthorn m Many four Sipat Pree enl however general a Cdr Simeni Lafelt at the Proe Peot of the . 0. Diva. What crop re Missouri the st Trouis the 17th Alt ill speaking of the. Quarter arc expecting to Cut their flu act and have it in Market by the 25th of june. # Tho Shreveport Derao Critt says the Sod Skofor crops Itas been Fine thus far Good Rains and weather warm enough Gei Trall to have had a few cold spells and i littl6 Frost once or twice since the first of pall but not enough to injure the crops. Our punters everywhere seem satisfied they Bavol Good stands of Cotton Aud Corn looks Rumi Kably Thrifty. The Corn on red liver is Jiunti Ula Vort. V Bow to Stop this oars. A vast amount of Piej qty to Railroad i Falna and loss of Lif might to prevented were every Hodyas of artful and heroin m i in Yew of named. There arc doubtless some who would not care a prevent any Accident however terrible so Long a their own flesh and Bones Aro out of harm s Way. Such ones could see nothing to imitate in the following paragraph which we copy for those who under similar cir no stances would wish to act deeds deserve record. / oae Day Iafe week my horiop., who rebi�,1 pvt Vav Ovrut o Vii v1ihi it Vul Dutu Ituau d a Pantlick measuring Teven and a half fee from the tip of his tail to the nose was recent n by killed in a Cane Brake about three Miles from Outcross Plains in ilo Bertson county Tenn. He was tracked by a Fine Hunting dog and driven to a tree from which he was dislodged and of tor two or three bouts with the log and negro Man who was unarmed and in which his assail Date came off second Best he was finally brought Down by or. L Evit Fry who lodged a c Rifle Ball among his face and eyes. Lie is sup 0 up itch to novo Ucucu a traveller. P punishment learn that we Fowler convicted of murder and sentenced at p the Lato term of the court of appeals to be Hung on the 28th of july has received at the hands of his excl Ncncy gov. Manning a com 1mutation of his sentence. Instead of being Tiung he is to be imprisoned six months. Productions of Cuba,.Tho annual productions of Cuba Aro bid to comprise $13,300,000 Worth of sugar $16,000,000 of tobacco $2, 1q 1 a aaa. Ftp a i . I Vii pc a we vow i v Usu i Tutu j $7,000,000 Worth of other agricultural pro Duce. The grand total of its productions in eluding Dairy and Domestic animals average tft59.600.0q0 per annul. Tho population is Over Ono million. To Small nutes in Virginia Are prohibited on 81 and after the first of june. The Richmond and Petersburg Railroad company it is said have anticipated Tho measure Ana stopped taking Lara on ult the butchers r f win v Chester have also refused to take them any Rilinger and Tho Prospect is that the Law will be generally observed. " a number of citizens of Columbia Upa . Of m up a memorial to the legislature at a its next session praying an act for i Corpora a Ting a Mutual life insurance company. The spartan bub mute important institution situated about four Miles from Spartanburg under Tho direction of n. P. Walker esq., was the scene of much attention and interest on Friday last. In accordance to an appointment a regular Cefai a Kama 1 5.mwi Vav a Mvi Huu us tvs ulv Vij Buu u a strict member of the Clouw he had been abm sent from the mint for two . Charleston and Savannah Republican of wednesday says that the subscription by our City Council of 360, u000 to the Charleston and Savannah Railroad Fothas placed the completion of a Railroad connexion Between Savannah and Charleston be1 to r Nln Han considerable excitement was caused in Ouray yesterday when it. Became known Ahjit Aig Tive slave had been arrested and waa in the custody of the United states marshal free Ian. The name of the alleged slave is author Burns a negro 25 years of age. He was rested in court Street on weave flow Jing. And escorted to the court House Stipd � waa kept during the inight. Vyesterday1 morning be was brought before a apkil3ll hearing in had in a if aued state court in. Or. Seth j. Thomaa and Edward c. In reappeared As of Nafel for the a Jav Buttle to Burns have Yon not always revive kind treatment of met. . i not always permitted von to � where and work for whom you Vou were sick did i not Triva Myown bed that Yon might be made As 40 Yon did master u did kind Sjur. Yda want to go Baek to . Yon go Back who. to Day. I am a of Deal happier Ai this it will a Attar that i will readily Anutt Hasebe advertisement married u a or. Fye there s a nuance for Little pumpkin Yea to pumpkin 1s Good. Ali Market. I Maunc Ville Jane 3, in rang Fiji 5 to 8 con Columbia a -1 " us Auu id re priv Piui Ana still Trio Ruline Ontek Vii .6 to8 1-2 cts. Eggs climb Upton May 8�.tlio Cotton Market in of the da\860 Bales prices 7 to 0 1-4will sustain her two existing papers and a Hopshe May it will be ample exercise of enough of Charles Morgin Lias been nah. 1 j Lisl cd to Nablo its readers to determine whether or not it is worthy a place id their libraries. If a Euffie Cint number of name pro seat ino at Greenwood or to the press office to insure the paying for Tho publication a Book form i will no or Wise. 3# � the Book will contain 260 Pogo go Price cannot exceed fifty cent a is less. Ws"1 Liao Bacn induced to this Sten Brax. Received from a distinguished , making the suggestion. V a Ujj j. Tiie author june 3, 1864. 56 Edward we Stana Abbeville court House. I .1? returns thanks for and a rhe Kopd on Hud of a hrs Stirk up 1-Iiu Muo Tiu coca Ito concern will the notice fifcfc5srsk7tlepent of the estate Othomo la wow 1ceased, will Toko place in the Orfin,3pi4 a spa Abbeville court House on the Twenty fourth

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