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The Independent Press (Newspaper) - June 10, 1854, Abbeville, South Carolina_ i a Waum. I by i Mjor my in of Wrt a. Y 7 a t8 a d3v0tbd if la Tiratur the arts Meme agric Ottrue hews pm Meigs &c., Dollar per annul. Let it be instilled into the hearts of your children that the Liberty of the press is the palladium of All your . Payable in Advance volume2.t0. 5. Abbeville c. Ii., South Carolina saturday morning june 10, 1854. Av1i0le number-57 poetry. For the Independent press. A my lady love. Mong All the Bells on Heather blown or Bloom that or the Woodland wave. Or Birds with Golden plumage borne or fish that in the Stream lets Lave there is not one Blithe fair that flings its glories the Day that wheels it flight in ambient air or in the Rinn Linc Virn Niwo a of 1""j \ from brighter gleams in Ether s glow of lights whose Lustre dots the sky flush can All their radiance show. But Akika the splendours of her Eye. Ono note from out the spheres e or flows can touch the raptures of her song nor in its softest gush disclose the thrills that her strains belong. Clifford. . In jr�u11 1qk-4 g c original tale. Wittem for the Independent i Ress 11 Charles m 0 r. Gin Jor lie schoolmaster. N by Charles m. Pelot. I at continued Izest tic affair was that the v Man was a foreigner dressed elegantly and Rode Jain his own coach attended by White servants. Thus like the rest of the world the Good peo a l i Ocie i Ciu by a Meining new dazzled by external appear fences and 6f,thought anything foreign Superior the productions four own country consequently they j1� were the easy dupes of any Humbug that floated gel along in this age of humbugs. Well,.monsieur bamboozle announced that the would lecture and Experiment on biology the evening after he arrived. Frederic went act hear and see. He brought Home such an account of the extraordinary Powers of the Man that his sister concluded the next evening. Thev asked Misa Miller Flam but Sho declined she and Emma stayed at Jin Home. As soon As the party set out Jane and Emma went into their room up stairs and miss Miller locked the did not know Why but she Felt nervous. Psi a Short time came the door and asked knocking startled and alarmed m Miller who told the woman that she wanted nothing and could not admit her. She or ctn ded that she wanted something in the room but miss Miller peremptorily ordered her away. When the party returned the girls d0 confirmed All that Frederic had reported and 1. 4 Tiia Mia a Filfli Clinell in in Nav Alloi Olrun Lluu jjx1i� Vulku uvvv1u/hwj them on the following night after a great e 1 Deal of persuasion she at last reluctantly con l0 t sent eco on the evening in question it was w Cloudy and miss Miller predicted rain and and Vised them not . But they were All eager a for the amusement and their determination was fixed. On arriving at the lecture room they found it very full they however got seats m near the door. The biologist made his appearance. As soon a miss Miller saw him 1 he started and turned deathly Pale. Emma noticed her change of appearance touched her brother and Point l miss Miller. Frederic u asked her if she was Ilij she nodded Rose took his Arm and tottered rather than walked out 81 of the room. If Emma had not supported her on the other Sida she could not have got out. All 4-va fam Tler Laft Ali flt intr it Noi Alilias a All buc Lauri a v. W . H Carriage which was at the door and drove Home. W they asked miss Miller what was the matter. She said that she was in such a state of excite Merit that she could not Tell them then but that Morrow she would Tell them All she was c nervous that Federic who was studying Medicine thought it advisable administer an opiate which quieted her somewhat the family retired at about eleven Olock. Fanny Morgin s youngest daughter slept with miss Miller. Morgin had a couple of very fierce dogs which were kept chained in their 8 kennels All Day and let lose at Ningui be � tween two Ancl three clock Emma went into � j miss Miller room see How she was. Judge � sol j of her reprise ohe found that she was not i there she ran Down stairs went into her j brother s room woke him and told him that a i alias Miller was gone. She then ran the Kenta Eland found both dogs tied. The animals were Barking furiously hut she poor thing j veld not hear them. She loosed them and i clapped her hands set them on. The dogs in Tho Gate and she followed them. They an Federic got there about the same time. A the Tain was descending in torrent. Frederic " it thought two objects in front of him one j 1 in Advance of the other ran with All his 5j Wuigk came up the first object which the 8 dogs had passed and with one blow of the cud a8� foiled it the ground. Theddus by this c Lime had overtaken the other which they seized. Frederic ran their insistence bit. I a tact he ame up tile Man by some Mea Ift him Aalf from the dog Tod Spring Orfio Carriage which in waiting leaving the Burden which he Irta carrying on they ground. Hold Sot escape Roddric however for Juat bus he was leaping in Thuc Carriage the Young Margare him blow on the Baek Oldie he a a he tic might that prostrated him on the a iof40""ipwiy 1 be then turned see hat that a thet Ley 1 Muthe around add his it tar cousins the danger is All Over now at least r a Long time eat nothing your father out it it will Only distress and keep him Neasy Promise me that you will not and Ley All promised. Now brio said let me b up and try walk about the room tat i May get strength see that woman for wish know what she Lias Tell in about an hour she said she thought she As Strong enough and sufficiently collected Ive the interview. She then took Emma and Lara s arms and they All went Down stairs. Isa Miller was very weak and Pale. The dor form the wetting and the fright had tattered her nerves and made sad ravages on or health. Their entered the room. Miss Iller went up the Couch on which Bridget in and in a soothing manner inquired How she it and said she was very sorry she was i i i y _ it i i . J Uriu at her Ana Wien 10 of chm pitiable condition Tho mild gentle in Uno fending girl wag reduced As an auxiliary at least in this work f really Felt compunction of a Scien a and her mental suffering appeared be extreme. Tears rolled Down her Cheeks and it was some time before she could speak. At length she said " of my dear lady Don t Alk me in that Way it cute me the heart Lurae me 1 curse me i with All the bitter curses hat the Church Ever made 1"miss Miller replied Kay but our Savior is enjoined upon us return Good for evil and that injunction harmonizes with my present feelings. Bridget i forgive you for All the pain rou have caused me. And would most gladly rou Good. But i am very weak and cannot Tay much longer with you now. You Eay Here is something on y forgive me for this great sin and May get absolution from. The i Raste before i die 1" Bridget stud miss Miller rising Pray 0 god our is evenly father through our lord Festus Christ. Tab. find he alone who can a give Ain and if Yogi Kicic rely it a e will forgive. 1 urn Loo eak t41k with of a Nihim. Lillor 1lhr -iwa.? v r 1 a. A " " f., ing on Fanny s shoulder. Frederic Huu ded her i a chair she eat Down and Drew Fanny close Aher. A Bridget looked at them and exclaimed yes 6 there is you too you innocent creature mean 1ing Fanny that i come Well nigh killing. Of 1 a my sin. But she non non Nihil again burst into tears Anil groaned As if in the j utmost agony. At length she composed herself d somewhat and said yes yes i want Tell pc All about it but Don t look it me mildly h sweetly it cuts me the a " Bridget Enid mibs Miller Hook As i feel is i again repent that i forgive you and would of. M. A rub Uver Vul . Uric Oil 3, Tell Elk Jing As it was Juat across the Street you May tin have gone in there shelter yourself from the Ige very hard rain. Mrs. Carleton had turned Over 1 a Basin of water just As i got in the room and for she put me drying it up. I looked about a see if i could find any signs of your being there Yodbut i saw none i knew j of were not there i then got leave out and stay All night we that night raining As it was i went All Over the town searching for you but could hear nothing about you. I went the Convent of = ter Daylight i found father Bergami up. I Don t think he went bed at All that night lie asked me if i had found out where you were. I told Hin . Lie then told me that i must leave service and come him. Lie said a1if you were on the face of the Earth you must Inbe found and he knew of one As Well Quali x i x � " " leu in num. You up a x was. 110 old me 111- 80found you my Reward would be very great both Here and hereafter for said he by finding Tho runaway i would doing a great service the Church. I left service As the father Ferhad ordered after Many Days that i spent in Jujj searching All Over town and talking with All a the serving women about your escape i i went see mrs. Carlton again for some thing seemed Teli me that she knew some a thing about you and Bure enough she told Monc that Yon had gone Canada with a Young doctor. And Honey did be not with him miss Miller replied " indeed i did not while you were conversing wit hmm Carleton a was within three Yards of Yon but matter Bridget looked perfectly astounded and sex claimed " blessed Virgin mad where could it have been m miss Miller said matter on with your a Bridget said Well i told at the Convent i what mrs. Carleton told me and they sent me a and two more0pld Getro thet night a he Gitt Batoff Tonon w4.mtw.0u ,. & i " i my , Jyh Nan that drove Tju Carriage. After you were ill gone i tied up the dogs that had been Turni Dout i then went and and myself behind ome cd Ochoa in your Little dressing room for i new you always locked your door when you ind mis Fnnnk want a. 1 1. if a War Utu Lui x Jiuu inca it in. I had been hid but a Short Lime when of All came Back. Miss Fanny ran in Thoi Ressing room where i was get something i rns mightily seared for i thought Sho must ave seen me but the poor child was seared out you if she saw me she did not know lie was in a mighty hurry got what Hilo came a Ami ran out again. " after All was quiet i got i Ingul that the Athur had come. I crept your bed Side and eau giving you Tho chloroform. When i As giving it you miss fancy jumped and lid very Quick " you Shan t 1 you Shan now " thought she was Wake and i put Tho chloifvr.1 it i Viiu Suav which Quici a iter very on. I then found out she was talking in her i keep. After giving you enough As i thought 1took you up started Down stairs with not got the Bottom when 1 saw miss 8 Irma come out of her room and into yours c she had looked Down she must have seen met bit she looked straight at your door poor Era j1 r. The dogs were Barking mightily All the Hile. The father met ine at the Gate took \ u from me and ran As fast As lie could and 4 out ran with you carry. Now i have told you bless the vir i a and st. Peter and All the saints that i v Ive lived toll be. Of if i could but get ablution i would die in peace that thief a priest desert me 1" the poor creature writhed and appeared be in the utmost a miss Miller after a Short pause said Well riot Bridget How did the priest find out where was Bridget replied he told me. That von had " it Charleston in disguise that after he found at out he went the Way lie thought you West p it a Man Home where told him that just such person had gone Georgia that he went " tire and after he could get information of a. A he came Bock and then he found that a Fly had been staying at that Man s House and rur paper a few Days ago know who it was h wealthy in Virginia induces me write this w. " d Samuel Hairston of pit Sylvania is the Gen w Man. When i was in hi9 6ection, a year or h ago he was the owner of by swoon 1c00 hid 1700 Blavos in his own right having but a g tie while before taken a census. He also Lias prospective right about 1,000 slaves More it Fitch lire now owned by his Mother in Law d is. It. Ila Irston he having married her Only Hill he now Lias the management of them Linch makes the number of his slaves reach car three thousand. They increase at the rate near one Hundred every year and he has Purchase a Large Plantation every year 8ttle them on. A. Large number of his Planta Tinb Are in Henry and Patrick counties vir v Nio. He has Large estates in North Carolina is landed property in Stokes alone is assessed $600,000. His wealth urls differently estimated 0from $3,000,000 $6,000,000, and i should Ink it As nearer the latter. You think by is a hard lot but i assure you or. Hairston 8 Anages All bis matters As easy As most persons Onla an estate of $10,000. Lie has overseers Eho Aro compelled give him a written been mad and spent on each Natation and his negroes Aro clothed and fed n of his own Domestic manufacture and rais v g his own tobacco crop which is immensely As much Clear gain every year besides is increase in negroes which is a Fortune of m.1�, act Dow forms Lusius ouch x unto u us Ciufu Tryr fifteen states of this Union and live Nev j r seen anything comparable bis Garden sex it some of those in the Mississippi Delta and one of them equal it. Mrs. Hairston has sen beautifying it for years and a Good old t Linister in preaching near the place and de Ciri Bing Paradise said it was As Beautiful As irs. Or As a Friend who had visited Felsl Dorton or the first time remarked iat ohm were nearly As hand 1110as a is a Plain in � and has never made Anywise in he could vie with Tho and actors and it ,thi4 wealth is Exton Ivo Rittha Moi Ike if opt known 100 Ninilee from 0 ome. Be Berehe i a the wealthiest Man \ the we Astor is Only Worth bout 4�rotty Waif j Henry wi5hn�9co Negroe Rob it in Oveat Avee. Incr a a ill Widd pen Mort All of he Sirop try i t Casimm Mumm 150 slaves for lib own use. This 1 believe is n Correct statement of the circumstances of family. Cosm polite. Ornamental commend tie following extract from . Proctor s agricultural address those who have forgotten Punta single Shado troc Nearl Linoir Large and costly farm houses the objects met about the door Yard of Farmer s residence Are As indices of the Chu Raeter be found within As the expression suf the human countenance of Thcino-1lions of the mind. Where the Rose the Dahlia mid the honeysuckle Liao crowded out the . Ill irn in wit 1 0 Vul Viiu univ Enik urn sure improvement Luis there foun l a habitation id a Home. A few flowering shrubs in front i Elimor or two by the door a Border carefully arranged by female hands with female taste ire luxuries at Tho command of All. 1 have of unheard an esteemed Friend too soon alas remove from these scenes of anxious solicitude Crnak she should prefer a cottage with Only be Small room a bed room and a Kitchen sur funded by cultivated grounds and shrubbery Villi an Elm overshadowing the Yard a spacious mansion without those appendages that is More out of place than a Square three tory House in the country with Shade Treest bout it those who have not the benefits of hade Trees about their residence Are insensible the inconveniences under which they labor Atli As Comfort and health. I have Heardt said by one of the most intelligent physicians i Ose acquaintance 1 have Ever enjoyed that lie Best preventive of the Progress of cholera ind other malignant diseases was the . my certain knowledge the Cost Security against the spading of tires Inilla Ges is the abundance of Shade Trees in the Ray and in the Yards Between dwellings. Of Locking tragedy in Virginia. Tie Petersburg Virginia express Lias a let2rfrom Accomac court House giving a horrible account of a murder of a Man named Geo. Last by Liis Stop son who is yet a minor. Their tar says " overtaking East stabbed him reported behind till he fell when the Assassin Fotjon him and literally Cut him the bowels from the breast in the breast laying open his heart Anten or two and stabbing and washing Himi number of places. Ana Cap the Climax a tar the blood thirsty monster had left him Taring As he says Eliut he was not dead Liei turned propped up Tho body against Trio in and delivered himself up saying that head been intending it for a Long ally Decd in his defence that his mother1 n � j " 5 " Liu Utu 111 by Cucu by Pic Bucu Taeu of la 15lought that they had fallen out about the . East the parties were and in Good circumstances. It also stated that it will be difficult prevent be populace from Lynching the prisoner Cut is the excitement. Awful calamity. The Macon miss Beacon of the 12th inst As the following " a gentleman of this town just from cra Birdsville informs us of the most that has befallen the family of the eve. L Eter Crawford living at the Village Ofra Fordsville in Lowndes county. In the afternoon on monday last miss Louisa Crawford and occasion near a fire in the a Ravnaa non a aha a a i Lvi i Una pm Quill Hli Ull a Iii wow in flames ller eldest sister in immediately went iter assistance when or clothes also caught and she was instantly i a Blae from her Waist her head. Lou Saied about clock on monday night and Ann ra8 severely Burneil there was Hopes of or living. Their father and Mother bad left Oine the morning of the Sarao Day for Montomery Ala. They were most accomplished Young ladies and their awful and untimely death produces a Cep and Heartfelt sympathy in the strange superstition. The Norwich Conn courier relates a Range and almost incredible tale of enacted at Jewett City in that Vicinity " about eight year.? ago Horace Ray of Criswold died of consumption. Since that time two his children grown up people have died of in disease the last one dying some two years acc. Not Long ago the earn fatal disease sized upon another son whereupon it was Derrain edo exhume the bodies of the two dead and Burn them because e Ead were supposed feed upon the living and Long As the dead bodies in the Graves retain Din a state of decomposition either wholly or in part the surviving numbers of the Imily must continue furnish the sustenance r the dead. Acting under the influence obis strange and Blind superstition the family and friends of Tho deceased proceeded the urial ground at Jewett City on the 8th in Sec jim1 d pc a ulivo i Pic Uulu Vocu Piui Urio que Urnez them on the spot. It seemed impossible believe that such dark ignorance a Dilly could exist in trip Middle of the 19th penury and in a state calling itself enlightened and Hristian. A baby Snow,.a correspondent of the Burington free a Xci gives an amusing account of baby show at by town Canada on the 2d inst the prizes were $60 each the three largest attest and handsomest babies in the town of Larch. There were but two babies presented me sixteen and the other seventeen months old Iacoli of whom received a prize. After some a by the judges one of the Lucky mothers made the announcement that he should have another baby show at the Amo time and place next year of there was air miam be Given which Kattma rounds j1 tits ruling passion Aca late Wing Gist Printer Chiwon i death bed was Reque Tad be distributed Jan Rin m reply. X 9. M 11 1. A j pm a Nuion of the . General Soule Andrew Capers and false. Tho general conference holds its sessions inthe methodist Church which is very spacious and commodious. Tho episcopal Byrd consisting of Bishops Soule Andrew Capers an Paine arc All present they occupy beats within the altar and alternately preside. On their left sits the Able erudite and facetious , Tho popular Secretary and Lii War. Thy assistant or. Irwin. The fact and voice of or. 8. Is a excellent antidote for asperity of temper and around and near the altar Are Trio More venerable members of the body. Conspicuous Mong these Are the venerated form of tale Rev. Drs. Pierce Sioana and Early and the Rev. Messes. Crouch and Large majority of the conference is composed of men who have passed the Meridian of human life. Or. Sonic is the senior Bishop. Although burdened with the weight of More than Turco score Vimr annd inn i a a. 1 j Luiu in Annii recut step firm. His intellectual Powers seem Lis hearing sight and voice Aro gradually failing Jet Liis enunciation is Clear and distinct in height he is about six feet with a Square and Well knit Frame admirably suited the toils and hardships of an itinerant life which lie has endured for half a hair is quite luxuriant and less Gray thanis usual with men of his advanced nge. With characteristic digit occasionally addresses a few pointed and pertinent remarks Tho conference and Tho deep and solemn cadences01 lib voice always elicit profound Eye brows Are remarkably heavy and overhanging and when excited by the inspiration of his theme the Large Blue Eyck beneath glow with the fires of other and by Ono sonic is very properly regarded Byall with profound and pious veneration. Wheelie shall of gathered bis fathers it will Bolong Ere the Church will look upon bis Liko again. He was consecrated Bishop in 1824.next Bishop Soule in ago and episcopal Sci Jority is Bishop Andrew. His character though somewhat differ font is scarcely les marked. Like his senior associate he Bav a Liberal endowment of common sense and i eminently practical Man As every Bishop should be. Of Humble but highly respectable ancestry by the Force and Energy of his his Well directed efforts in the Vineyard of Christ he has made an indelible impression up on the resins and Dolita of Southern method ism an salutary As it must is nothing remarkable or striking inthe personal appearance of Bishop Andrew i the is about five feet ten inches High has a foil t open Good natured face a mild Blue Eye and. Y y is Stroing preacher and As a descriptive writer has few superiors. His manners tire free and easy and in his toilet there an entire absence talk of excessive fastidiousness he for a Good Republican citizen. Pew me know Tho masses few Are work Ottto their moral mid intellectual Elevation his Fine social qual Mittica make jus companionship most genial and refreshing. Under late severe mental and bodily affliction ill addition arduous ministerial labor Hilf once robust Constitution begins show Marks of decay though his age cannot exceed sixty Yoars. He waa elected Bishop in 1832. Next in episcopal seniority is Bishop Capers who was set apart that office in 1840, after the formation of the methodist . As a finished and ready pulpit orator the reputation of Bishop Capers is not confined a Lynn in feta Annii giant Vila in lev Lorra Ernult Indea every rtt Jef thronged his ministrations and Hong Wilt and Dolight upon his eloquent Diacou Vaingat 1?4l--a.-Jnoev captivating fair Ruddy complexion dark liquid eyes glowing with the fires of holy enthusiasm a voice soft and musical and Over and above All film str foil of love god and Man it is not sure writing that he of coiled be every where greeted Vita affection and is his popularity confined his own Church. Cultivating a Charity which hop eth ii "i,.o a. A. Tiiu of ii Wip Yovu Ngi Cov mini Ite with other . Bishop Capers is in his sixty fifth Yaar. I head is quite Bald Ario the Forf locks of hair remaining Are crack a White he is about five feet eight " he atm Ltd the ministry at the age Boyaj Onteen ii notwithstanding posts of hot ulna emolument he has steadily and faithfully and devoted himself tie labors and Sacri fio Wian Iti Wanti life. him american method i largely indebted for her present proud and Paine is the Junior three Asso dates. In age is Littler ter fifty rather Stout built about Ato feet Tea by Ujj wrap inches Mug Ana very Prapo Mesmain Homcy miners. reminds one of Iho he Poe a a i should think sgt decision of character and is an officer. As a preacher his style an forcible. He toes hot few of theg be of oratory but is occasionally eloquent and was elected Bishop iiri8l q a both Ern a record t. A most horrible , wife of Jos. Mabr flyer Esq. Of Anderson county ky., was murdered a Taw nights ago according Tho Frankfort Yeoman under Tho following circumstances after or. And mrs Mcbrayer Lead tired rest a Nian entered their room and approaching the bed passed his half Dover he face in order be sure of the High Roc which awoke her. Being satisfied that it wad her hftv.". Comm ended cutting with his axe first her breast and arms in Many places he my v with several strokes severed Ono of her tirely off. Met Lbw of. Boing awakened pm Phenoi Hond wrote Csc. Kill their Yot Gohil we i body Huml
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