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The Independent Press (Newspaper) - June 24, 1854, Abbeville, South CarolinaA teabag go Bogi Ujj j i v by told to Mai nature this arts Sci nib agriculture news politics c., a. Dollar per annul a ? Lett be instilled into the hearts of your children that the try of the Presa la the palladium of All your . Payable in Advance. Ume2--n0. 7. Abbeville H., South Carolina saturday morning june 24, 1854. Whole number 59. Original tale. Written for the Independent fre8s. J cd m 0 r. Gin schoolmaster. 15y Charles m. Pelot. � i continued.1 when the psalm was Condea Morgin uttered i to Hearty amen and there Sireneo for a few moments. Morgin Thon desired miss Miller to 1 Call Beck the servant she Camo and he told it tiogf5 a Seuss a Summ Jack and one of these Days i will Hunt for a Chew of tobacco for is " i tank you mas Charles but i no want no is pay from you you Dun nuff of me Sitho buggy was brought to the door and mor she replied i will be Down in a ii will hero observe that when Jenny arrived Isilie took off her mourning suit and put on a at Lark Calico frock so that Morgin had not vet i i Een her in her suit of Black. When she Camo Erson carpet bag in hand she was attired in Thiher mourning. Ilor Gin looked at her in bowl gt3erment Ana said Why Jenny what does is this mean Why Are you in mourning has anything happened that you Honvo not told me off Toshe looked sad Ana said yes my sister my Winly sister is she took Morgam sarm con be Rul sively As the tears trickled Down her Cheeks Lovs they were going to the buggy he enquired How did you hear Are you certain it is Sof m yes she replied " it is is along and Ali exciting Story i will Tell you by and by when rou get Strong enough to hear it Sii Morgin became agitated. said my dear a irl you have been in peril and i knew nothing 01 t say by and by for this suspense at s terrible Tell to at they had reached the buggy but there he 11tood Stock still. Well Well Jano said let i 1 no help you in and As to go along i will Tell 0u. To but Morgin had too much gallantry to acro ept of her offer to took her hand to assist her he sprang in leaning very lightly on his Arm the Login got in and off they went Plato in a a Calk. In now Jenny do Tell me All quickly for you Anlon t know what my feelings that Mankiley sent to Georgia been to g Bashe said yes but compose t Tai Venible so the danger is All Over and i am Safe. In am Kiln rep Akif. Run in a � Sale we had better Tarn i no no said Morgin i am composed now Cal feel better i have prayed for strength and in in prayer is answered. Tell me Tell me All it miss Miller told him All that had taken place16., softening Down the imminent danger she Illi As in As much As possible. Horgin s feelings coi using Tho recitation can be better imagined Haban described. clenched Liis Teeth and to Ripi cd the reins so hard that his nails actual Cut through the skin of the Palm of his hand Sci was Lucky for miss Miller he did not have 11 or Little hand in his or to would have crush lov3 agitation was great his first words were thank god von were Deijs cued my Brave my Brave my Noble boy Assad Emma my Darling Emma had it not been a Ner a acre would you have been now f. To our peril has been greater than i could have Delm sixty imagined that Gia Celiaa persecuting Mii Llain. It was Well for them thai Plato knew the Way Jai or. Of u., for he was left to exercise his own the a secretion so he took them to thedr s Gate and Gin topped the doctor and his lady both came 4 it. Mrs. W. Welcomed miss m. Most cordially Neitie doctor told Morgin that he was really glad Yoi see that he was Able to tide out but oos Erv fee 1, " i am afraid this visit is premature. You Lia of Hui Morgin told him he was exhausted but that i was not from the ride. Of doctor that fee Oor girl hair be ii in so much tithe doctor Law Orval in Tini. Nit Kinnu but of have told him anything exciting yet for to in is still very ret " i would not have done it observed miss. 1 to but this dress which i put on without Lua linking told him that something had agitation was so great and lie insisted i d o much to know. Doctor do you think him in pc by danger no replied the doctor of no in no Dan Heier Only exhausted and Liis nervous system out f order a Little stimulus will put All � a Lii Var Hugi a in Oren in toe Youw for the could not walk unaided placed him on a or ouch where he reclined and administered a c01 lass of wine which took effect immediately Thind Morgin was himself again. a soon As the doctor Baw the salutary of pm act the Small Quantity of wine had produced be observed this is a Clear illustration of the an enl effects of using intoxicating drinks As a 8� Ommon beverage had the major been Iti the Byi abit of. Nung wine or any kind of spirit bus to Idaile. No Mattar in How pm All n in inti Lay Tho effects would Lave been lost on Liin arid t Mayhe n reaction could not have icon pro i and alcoholic liquor Are most Alu Ablo Medio Inea but al Limhow shockingly Nhey Are abused Immier will much a Annex he really bought margin pud Jet rally gasped ,jvl3vvty. Jette j i rim com of icon it Tab pm. Carried on in the of Gnu it i a j ii. V it w from that moment miss Miller became Moi a of Morgin a new Light Buret upon her10knew now certainly that she did love an 10 Folt a pleasing Hope that her lore was Recis catch. Morgin too was More respectful As never Jenny then to never addressed Lieut As Cousin june and sometimes miss Mille would remark by Way of parenthesis ther no juror indication of love than timidity. 1-1 � � Tuung ii Tuy receives me Mantea of n gentleman in a careless indict edit in incr looking As if it was nothing rooting she expected depend upon it the Little d Lias made no impression on her heart theiling Swain s is a hopeless Case. And if ung Man is bold and Forward in his attention a lady i would advise the Damsel to watchful for she May rest assured be Liis ol2t what it May love is not the incentive Veis timid Morgin and Jano stayed at or. A s today forging was abstract Morgin said Register of god this unit thy courts above of he kissed again and Aga of find Jenny Fey Darling wife in the sight o d to Are Man and wife ii but we must to foil run to the Laws of Man shall tha Tofe Morrow a be it so avoid Morgin Tot am too hip p w1 to Elo butt my Blind Jenny Pavlove has iting Cana voc on if i i reeling of happiness is Felt by bit is Sie fault to Dilim t be ,v8o we will drop the in Rataic 2orrsct Wasif cir Porta fent towards Cao re i but Morgin a real reason was. Liat iia 1f. De at the idea of marrying in any other private House than his own and to that he could not n Well go besides knowing his children s of ignition on the subject of his marrying again he r wished to spare their feelings. R. In the Courso of the week which to spent e in visiting his patrons he saw the minister and if apprised him of what to would have to do on is sunday. arranged that the minister was r to meet to lick Early before Many of the Congre negation had assembled and perform Tho Cerer Ocny before the Sot rices of the Day. had also e procured a Plain Gold ring. was a great a admirer of the use of the ring. Lie said that in it was a do Anim Emo Iem of the perpetuity of o their love and being always on the fourth h Finger of the Jady s left hand it reminded the parties of their duties and their obligations lie thought that when the contract was by death the ring should be broken s of. Sunday morning about Nino o clock mrs. " Wilmot and Jane in mrs. A b Carriage and or. Wilmot and Morgin in the latter a buggy set out for the Miller was attired in a Plain White mrs Lin her Laii hanging in its natural ringlets overhear neck and shoulders. Solid no ornaments save a sit Rig of Orange Flowers fastened in her 1 hair. Morgin was pressed As usual. To was not fond of external show. R on their arrival they found the Parson and a few friends who had been apprised of the even they went into the Church Morgin put Down his Fiat Jane Laid aside her Bonnet they stood1 before the minister and were was an impulsive being but As he Wasin the House of god he subdued his was satisfied by pressing the fair lit3tie hand that was clasped in his and a Lisper ing in his Bride s ear we Are now indissolubly United you Are mine Forlifer Morgin was Little jeered by his friends some asking him Toi Dine with them and others pressing him tonne or flirt wit i in. %.1itiu Tuout juju 11c Davudc himself by ending that he was engaged to drive a lady to we Gniot s. During the services of the Sanctuary no one would have suspected that Morgin and his Jane were newly married. They were wholly absorbed in their devotions to god. After theber vices of the Day were Over they returned tour. Wilmot a accompanied by a few friends i whom the doctor and his lady had invited but not exactly in the order in which they came. The doctor and mrs. Morgin Exchange seats and Morgin drove his wife in the evening iras spent in rather Grav but rational . Of. Naonfl.1 Refl a a ii adj deadly pleasant Ouan nar though a perfect con Trast to most nuptial evenings which Are Usu ally spent in boisterous mirth or senseless the Young Jae Ople to amuse themselves in Daaling on Niao a Jion would be decidedly preferable. A j Miyosi Vaneous. 7 1 in the Wing. Tenn Indra o Vodall rom abot Johns new Brunswick to attend a Temperance convention writes to the Newberry Sentinel. The following is a part of his correspond enc t the travel is immense already. The souths pouring her countless thousands of men to i men children and Money into the Preat Empire City new York to be scattered Over that state Ana Over the Eastern states and yet there is i a spirit of discontent among approaching nearer to unmeaning grumbling than anything a bonded Benevolence a stalking horse to outrage crime and such men As Wendell Phil upe Theodore Arker Lloyd Garrison Andi cfidding8,�$f Theta few � ?oodiuotf\flmmfkr0gjgg$m extraordinary affair in the Gul the Quebec Mercury of the 27 the Ultimo Days As capt Daniel Gorman of the ship Jessy from Limerick was on his outward voyage an when about forty five Miles South Oast of the Island of Anticosti during a thick of and surrounded by Field inc to heard the report of Agun. Supposing it to be a signal from another vessel near at hand to caused Tho fog Bell Tobe rung to avoid a collision. In about Twenty minutes Tho fog cleared off and his ship was Lound to to cloak to a Picicc of ice on which Layin View the body of on Indian extended an still bleeding profusely from a wound in the Chest lie was quite dead and not far fro him Lay the body of another Indian with dead Seal alongside of him. The first poor fellow it is conjectured despairing of Relief fro certain death by starvation had just put a Porio to his existence not imagining that Aid was really so near. They probably went out together on the Field ice to kill seals and had drifted out to sea when the first dying fro the cold the other committed suicide to avoid a More lingering death. A sacred Relio of the Olden time. The picturesque ruins of the Church on James River attract Trie eyes and interest the attention of All travellers. That was the first English episcopal Church erected in this the late session of Tho diocesan convention of the protestant episcopal Church in Virginia a Resolution was offered requiring Tho con Mun Ion plate which is reported to have belonged to the colonial Church of Jamestown to be do posited in the theological Seminary near ale Anguria Lynese interesting memorials consist of a Large Silver chalice inscribed on the Side with the words mixe not Holie things with profane and under the foot with the words sex Dono Jacobi Morrison Armiger a. D. 1601" a Silver Patten with the same words in scribed and a Silver alms plate orb sin having inscribed on its rim the words. " for the Jame City Parish the canvass in our District. In one of the editorial letters to the South san Patriot of the 25th ult it is made to appear that Only four candidates Are engaged in the present contest for the legislature in our District which in Justi Coto All we think tour 13aty to Correct. The editor buys stump speeches Are being made at every Muster. Messes. Sullivan and ii Enderson advocate the Shang Irby and Calhoun oppose leaving the impression that no other candidates were running or that Only those named engaged into discussion. We would inform the Patriot that there Are eight candidates in the Field forthe House All of whom have expressed their the electoral question two . D. Simpson and Frederick kanc have take the stump and very ably opposed the change while messes. Sullivan , and As Devon have advocated the measure. Messes. Irby and Calhoun Are the anly candidates for the Herald. A mob of females in Wisconsin. On the 23d Ultimo great excitement was Ere 1ited at Baraboo Wisconsin in consequence of mob of about fifty females proceeding to the Wisconsin House and destroying ill Tho liquors of the establishment. They next arched to the Saloon of Peter French but meeting with resistance they desisted until lumber of men interfered some in favor and Len excitement ensued. Which induced the of changed her place but fio again placed himself by her Side. At length she left followed by her servant. Bat just As she reached the door the. Man who had hurried after her stabbed her inthe body. She fell bathed i blood. It turned. Oat that they were recently married Bat that the female having been grossly ill treated had left him after they had lived together about a 1fortnight, and had returned Home to Ber a i .-v., cof Ponxay Ike Kustan inquest wad held on Tae body of John loll 1 of an Engineer on the rail Road who die Dat three o Elo Kyas ter Day morning. The following is the verdict of tha lure r a. Thief a the said John Holly of Germany j oame to i death at the Corner in Ledga and line-eta., on the night of the 4th Ina by a wound info noted with a Ball discharged front ithe pistol in the hands if jew entered Theori Tref the Abdomen Pming i which med fat Pastukh Stdio Oregon correspondence of the Monino Farmer remarks that Tho native grasses which cover the face of Tho country in Southern Oregon Are of Tho most nutritious Kielh and in ule to Jat have made the journey across Tho pains ind were reduced to Tho last stages of leanness will become in Tho course of or eight months on grass alone to fat As to Renaer even Moderato locomotion a positive May seem Tough to the Farmers Kjof the East who Are obliged to pursue a Long course of stall feeding to prepare their Stock for Market. Extra Ordinary to vanity or life labo " re employed a Tho fort Clarence Iron works near Ilid Allsboro my from a height of forty feet on to some Metal plates and is a notwithstanding that his Skull was severely frae i urdu one Eye knocked out the Caps of Botlik nees split into two one leg below the Kne broken and the thigh above that broke nip two of laces his right Arm broken his shoulder catch his Jawbone broken a Large piece cutout of Liis Cheek Anil also several contusion. To be continue for eight Days Ana Tus umber of error Merit is expected will and want in All to fou thousand ave Hundred. Already four thousand Iro engaged Virginia Leib Atuba Strong movements making in Virginia to have a extra session3i me legislature 01 Tuiai aia Rej a lie Constitution of Tho state requires the a Turnor to Call in extra session whenever a Sci in number of the members of the legislature Tok it it isaid that the Call Only lacks four names of the necessary number. The subject of internal improvement will be the matter for the extra session to consider. If a due the whig statesman published st Butler Choctaw county Ala states that , esq., editor of Tho au4trdalrk 3fiwrepublican and or. Evans a lawyer of Marion miss of fought a Duel on the Border of Alabama on the 13th inst. Rifles at i it spaces were used Rii rec rounds were fired. Re we learn was shot Down perhaps dangerously wounded. had its Oriffin in amb Mufti Nii no dandies is. Mechanics put using to sea a creation of Broad Olott a Feht leather hair and Bear s grease sneer Afify passes the sunburned labourer. Tailors ass wankers and batters can manufacture Thoon Ift is Only nature that can turn out the mans Niero is no surer evidence of Anabaena .jjc.brains, than when Onkey s in regimentals or at labor. The Rop of fools this year is As Ever. A Misa Caroline Alumna tidied recently a Salem Massachusetts of 100, 00.of this sum Sho $15,000 to found " a professorship Mcmurt in Harvard . E. A hair of in Ojoy ilo Sophy. 8b-,�iibo iris a you to the arid "$0,000 to found a farm aii Olih the Vicinity f that City. The chinese emigration Thissen alias already been wait file Over 4,000imigtants having arrivect00more ready to leave to Adon As shipping Ould be sep bed. The i a cation of a news Aperin the Chines Lang a has been commenced in Calia run. A r at Bivs adv Iob je4gft a dry keep Way from the Gutla. Ven yna.��6ono coming Lodge. Just such a Critter ply Young .Sleania the door on the oth iride of the Street cooled your poor daddy if it had t Een for her you and Lave cen in Californi Huntin dim go a skilful and of Negrito re it is said have advised pin inking Bank notes which , a uru nah it Piffl Amylue Soto Juri Wilsand entirely Dovel of i to. Sat both in this country and eur Stei death from tue sting of a Vamp be 1oam j hot or. Isham Williams Days the al
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