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3 Nov 1854

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The Independent Press (Newspaper) - November 3, 1854, Abbeville, South CarolinaThe Independent press m Ruby uki every 8atuiu a Tornino. O. O. Tjo Bott ,,l Keha Tion fail in nothing which they boldly attempt Tehen Muta ined by Virtu Nim pure on cloy. " willing to Praim Fol not afraid to Dollar a year in Advance. . Saturday november 8, 1854. Godey s lady s Book. The november casket full of grins. Tiow Niiva lady attn refrain from Sun scribing to Godel a lady s Book our comprehension. The now volume begin with january and then is an excellent time to your self As a Patron. L. A. Godey Philadelphia. Price $3. Prolific Cotton. Y or. I. Revlis. A have forgotten the name. One Branch some ten inches Long has a dozen bolls upon it they Are in fact literally crowded. We Are not planter enough to pass an opinion on such matters. If any one wants to know More Call on or. Devlin. The Railroad meeting. We would remind our readers again of the contemplated Railroad meeting on an exhortation from us would like. � 1__ i nov i i 1 i f i i., v. Y i Ivy Nuy Stacci i we Glioma Seei he Lei Ting off a column or two but we Kudo this is a " Hhd Jis cd and stiff necked Gici. Ration and we Content ourself with the Consolation of having discharged our duty in regard to the matter to the full measure of our v advert Semans. Walker Newberry Are know the science of advertising which is synonymous with what they say for themselves in another column. Mrs. Mart Roi Yertson offers a Fine tract of land Well improved with a Good Mill for Sale. Another disc acct business Man is or. S. T. To never of Newberry. Don t Overlook is modest card As you go Aluigi. Sovino very important sales by the Sheriffa ordered by the Ordinary Are advertised to take place on Sale a in december. The commissioners of the poor give notice of an election for a Steward and physician on the 18th instant. Ajean of gov. melancholy announcement will he found elsewhere in this week s Issue. We feel Peculiar sadness at the Fate Teof or. Bart. Lie had been in the Back ground of life for a Good while,.and just As his Sta began to ascend death spreads out his Sable wings and forever shades it from Earth sad Fata we believe from All we five seen and heard of Frank Burt a truer gentleman never from the Council Bluffs Iowa Hoyle that his death was tie result of an \ attack of Billious fever lie arrived at Bel Jle ii Nebraska 0n saturday 7th october and was taken sick immediately. A com-1 Mittee of citizens of Omaha City and him on the following monday,1� � with a View to making arrangements Lor Public acc lion which it is said the people were very anxious to do in Token with Liia appointment � of j r � � associations. Stltt Vii Inmei i in autumnal the midst of which we Are now Are Well. Adapted to attune the Harp of tie poet to strains Moi plaintive than even the chill night wet kit a tail around his cot. Autumn Ever domes to a full fraught with saddened Wjk and. Had we the gift of Poesy Lye might pour from our heart a requiem to. A dying gig As Mournful As the fabled dit do Sikying Swan. Tis so Progn ant with lessons Fotte Brevity of time the coming of de Cay spid death. Around us on every Side, Are a stages of departed summer and flying from the to got Leupp Lex and death covering As with a Sable qty a the Deao Latea format and Field. And p " a Imbt All around us is falling the Sere an yellow Leaf coming no twin to the bosom that ent of Forth to meet the glad Dening a Ore red Tep big to blend again with 7w%ftiavelements, shall we be ii ugh Chwae Forest leaves so fullethuf3 hath fallen thousands four Brothers Ivil 111 ii Liri but a twelve Penn a Mynn by Tot of Pale Hor literary notices. It is impossible of its to give a lengthened notice of one half the pump lots new papers prospectuses and so on which we Vui of Fin v we cannot to so selfish As not to say at least one kind word to those visitors whom to Welcome so Here goes tor a Mere mention of some of them the mister and critic is quite n spirited medical monthly published in Atlanta ga., by or. Ii. A. Kamsay. The october number just received has the Liminie of cur Friend Ami neighbor or. John Davis As assistant editor. Good Lutc to the doctor and May their Blister never fail to draw patronage wherever it is stuck the school fellow after playing truant a month or so is Here again. We have u ,. O an entertaining Little monthly. Price is per year. New York. Be bus Bleu is also among tie number of our monthly visitor. We have not had Leisure to read the present number. Success to the Ujj is Bleu the Young ladies who conduct it and the institution of which they Are students. The win Moro casket is the name under which or. A. Kick proposes to establish and conduct a new weekly journal at i Winsboro s. A devoted to everything in general and equal rights in that last is a glorious cause or. Rice and we do heartily desire your Success. Terms #1 50 per year. Greenville Railroad. N a .1. / 111 Urivi Usami ii in me i uru Dimuil we learn that a change Lias been made in tie miming schedule heretofore existing. The trains will leave Columbia and the various other Termini one hour later than the formerly did. This we publish for the Ben Litof our readers of course and free May also announce for a like purpose and Price that passengers getting on the Road without tickets will be charged Twenty five cents More by the now if any one gets the Tariff stuck to him he cannot Blaino the press. It is with pleasure we re publish for the 1 j a Wii Viiu i Lii Tui in thu company me to Lowin evidently disinterested vindication of the Road which we find in a letter dated at Columbia signed Low country and appearing in the Charleston courier among the travelling facilities i desire to do simple Justice to the Greenville reputation heretofore has been very bad. From actual experience i think most undeservedly so. I confess to having shrunk from the thought of trying it aft Rall i had heard and after the Experiment i Iny Seir most agreeably time on the Road considering its length 140 Miles and Flint you trave Lall through tie upper districts Between Cohu Uhi is by no Means Soslow As i had supposed. Willi the new schedule even Liat i i he shortened on hour. 1, Point of safety to passengers it past history compares most favourably with any Railroad in the United states. The cars conductors engine Drivers superstructure,etc., Are All excellent. The Road is under most Able tied efficient management of president maj Dpi Lefors. The distil gushed head of two a the Idun. Tenuis. Perrin is not More known for elevated Privati . I.". T .1-. In ii inn u Viiga Eity Ami ability in Hii matters of Dev string is he does All his Lime in talents to his office i predict confidently Jim the Greenville Railroad will speedily Ibe redeemed from All past difficulties acid become on Ottlie most Suec Essul roads int lie Southern fire in Chyirl Atoo. The courier of tuesday last had the following account of n fire then in Progress i Charleston. We regret to see that our Friend hid Patna l. Ii Pix pm has his Estal presume Howey a it. Was insured 0 Jib tire Bloke out about Throe Oyloe thin morning in the work shop Seignous in the rear of bis Reaux Jepper facing on meeting and to both extending to tie carnage Factor of or. L. Cli Apiu which As we write sin flume As also the Wolli Norof or. the firemen Are working gallantly am there Are some Hopes of Jato in a � Large portion of tie Toor lant tor with Jit,.the legislature when pity not do it and again Why a it to Anderson Turows the whole weight of he Honey and influence in favor of the Sivan kit a Tuo Epa l against her once Darling project the Greece and pc fowl Railroad t of Cali be Tai tahe do not every Dollar Aid the former to Ted Gylat mtk5h to v a Fiorie her is More consulted a u. At to splendid new i opposite 1 respectfully Vejr leave to no a by Guy l patrons of Union Spartanburg Gree Villi Edgefield and old Newberry and c fall Stock of Gene Merchl is now Eom Plet comprising every or tithe to 1 they propose to pure Host Fanner Anil i l liter and to Iuliu goods it our Woods have Lieen Enre Lully jul phased l y once in hit department than Othow persons in most part enable is to compel mint i the Tipper division of the mate. It ii but Axcie at cult non Tho uni i la in a is Crouch to Aiken he by All Means. Secured before the session of the Legisla lure and if need in let that enlightened body he solicited for Aid. We would even Convene the stockholders of the Greenville and Columbia i Railroad for that purpose he a fore the meeting of the legislature if tit Levi . Death of Cove Xou i Tele-1 graphic dispatch on our first. A re brings the melancholy intelligence hat the Hon. Francis Hurt the love rim of by it i a More. Governor Burl was a brother of the lion Armistead Burt and a native of Pendleton in this state where for a time lie devoted Lii self to the study and practice of the Legal profession and also occupied with great ability the editorial chair of the pen Lyleton messenger i the accession of the present administration to Power or. Burt was appointed third auditor of the Treasury and performed the. Duties of his of Hec with great Zeal and Fidelity until the governorship of the new territory of Nebraska was conferred upon him. At the time of his decease lie was about 43 veal s of age and has left we believe a family to deplore bis loss. In political As Well As private life be was greatly esteemed ind has amongst his warmest friends some f the most distinguished citizens of the it Public who will deeply regret to Lear that to has been prematurely removed from he sphere of his . Railroad Colli Ion occurred on tie Georgia Road at Buckl Iead on Friday night last Between the passenger trains. Tiie no train arrived first i ii 1 wits waiting the arrival of the Down train that being the place of meeting which Aine Down upon then at full Speed injuring Iolli engines and some of the cars but Toke hut extent we have not been Able to learn did wounding one of the firemen in tie out. Tie Engineer on the Down train it is said was asleep and therefore did not blow Lis whistle to put on the brakes or make my Effort to arrest the sexed of the conduct so enraged the passengers thatt lick were determined i Ivy linux my pm Only nut fill 1 hint. Steh recklessness 1 serves to he severely Onui Isle a. Chronicle my Sentinel. The Bangor whig learns that Thomas Drew Esq., recently deceased Lias left a Liis will the sum of $ 20,000 for the. a fibrin school for Itoyo. 7 Mei Icin Esop great Valte Liis if the term npp1ieet Poth Erie n nor diarrhoea Ami affections of he bowels gum Molly. My Diar Licen con jul Lin is Strong claims upon the Confidence of tile immunity. In to ism diseases named Liotti hese valuable med fines have achieved an in liable reputation for to Weir curative descriptive pamphlets to be had Gratcof the agents Price of each Only 60ient per bottle a six bottles for $2 60. R 11. Sta Bleu g Lilii Good"7 health and abundant t us com Nova tha a frito of on y9ung Fried i in the nov. Market u Brick nil steady and notwithstanding a Deehl in i u a port Price. Ere remain firm. Some half dowry in Yong in l by 1 x m .s.jt. Totz. Go Weir & 1 establishment he rank Saint their Friend Aud numb Roizis a a Favillo Anderson l Vicki is Altuve sufi f Ortli Carolinn nine Tennessee Eliut their Kal and extensive a Dlise found ill an extensive produce purchasing ill fair Ricks every article produced by thei lie lowest possible living . Jour or. Walker who has perhaps on business in Ilii the ii very mice sad allx with any similar Railroad tinder the inn of Walker 9 has e Tinl fact Titica with our House at this upon our merits to ensure a continuance of the Jiuu ii series of years. I a which we lire most Walker pc . 20 0\v s. T Aniny Newberry H., s. am in liar Lia a Pusuls oils window Cilas wry Gorilo Gro Periera c., &c., now a few for Sale tie largest a and most extensive assortment of goods Ever introduced into the up country Tipul guarantees the Price of any article to l c allow is any House in Clarl Caslon can furnish such articles for. Orders with Satis factory references will receive prompt it ten ution and All goods delivered a the depot free of 1 ravage. All persons visiting the Newberry Cotton Market will do Well to Call on me before Selling their produce As i have every facility of making them Liberal oilers for Cotton and other Conn try produce. S. T. Ii., oct. 23, 1854 20 3m land for Sale. Jul Tell for sule it tract of land lying on both tides of Turkey of Fiji Creek in Abbeville District about five Milet North of Cokesbury depot on the Cambri Geroad containing in l acres. About one Hundred Ami four1 ecu acres bottomland sonic of which is Mill Pond Bottom of the richest Anil most productive Quality three Hundred acres fun Woodland the balance cleared and in cultivation. On the premises arc a comfortable dwelling House having nine rooms All necessary outbuildings a Lilac Kennith shop and a Fine merchant Mill. This place is situated in one of the most desirable and healthy neighbourhoods in the District or state. The pm acc owned by Reuben Robertson deceased and is known is the persons desire nil to Purchase land would do Well to Totne and is u Litis tract is i am confident they will be pleaded with it is Well is the terms on which 1 will sell. Mary x. . 1, 1854 2tftf state of Soulli Carolina Abbeville Carolina partition. Ileal Estat Abbeville District. J of John p. Covin de d. Andrew h. Mcallister applicant a. L. .1. Mcallister to hymns Mcallister Mary Mcallister Riili a. Covin d. Covin jains , defendants. Parties defend nuts within tie state,1. Having accepted service of the summons in partition in this cose and consented to Tho Sale of the Sai Teul Instate nil the parties defendant without Tho state having Heen duly notified l v Public advertisement through the Maimer tor three Mouths to a car an having failed to show against the partition or Sale it. In ordered that their consent be Ente Redas co tfx Litand it is farther ordered and decreed the the lands dese riled in the summons in partitioning this ease he smile by tile Heritz of a Bevin redistrict on the first. Mayday in december next or Oil some succeeding Sale Day More advantageous for the Par it Isi interest on credit of twelve months the purchaser giving Ujiki w the Brood Security and a Nisi tag Ooth premises if deemed , to the Ordinary to secure the Pamir edit of the Purchase Money. Coat to be until in Rurh William ii ill o. november 1, 18s4 in pursuance of the Niove order of the court of Ordinary i will sell on the first monday i Dewei Wibur next at Abbeville court Hough the it enl entitle of John p. Covin Dee Viz one Hundred nil ninety nine acres u Retro or less of and situated in Abbeville lauds of Peter Guillebeau Alexande laramore nil others on n credit of twelve months the pure user giving Bond with nod Security and a mortgage of the premises if Deon ii in ii Essiy to Tif Ordinary for the payment of tic Pun Louse Money. Co g to be paid in Carfi. S. A. I lodges & a. Ii., november 1. Lelm is the state of South Carolina Abbeville Pediri by june Simpson applicant is. Elm. Cheatham guardian admitum of Jason Mary und John Simpson minors defendant order of Sale for partition sox duo examination it u ordered twin the real estate described Inge Hnot Nina in Panion in this Cas a sold by he sheriff of Abbeville District on the. First on a. In Dartes in interest on a credit of tto Lve months the purchaser giving Bond with go Joel crit it Ana a mortgage of the premise if Leo inc de the Ordinary for the by Nejat per base Mcquey Arcott to be paid j a Vimbor $ 1 a in accordant of Willi the Bov order i in pm v1z Lott v. Joe. Poob-hotjseabiactio#6. The Cotnam a winners of the poop for Abw Villo District will receive proposals for Steward of the poor Iio Uso add overseer of the farm and also of a physician for the year1800. The steam to fill live the care and management of the paupers and he will be re aii Irvil to Nhor of Trio form to. A j Jubil la will be required to attend to the health of the inmates of the poor House Natl to furnish his own medicines. Proposals will be received by any one f the commissioner up to the i8th of november next on which Day the election willbe made. The applicant for stewardship will please state the number of his family if he has one and Ive some idea of the services they can perform. The Steward and family will refurnished with Board by the commissioners Georgi k. Mccalla chm a. Wik see. & to us. sox 1 1. 1. , commissioners. N to vvuii.1 i. Ives Kiev nov i Liber 2, 1854 262w the Huguenot Digneit Pill descendants of the Huguenots a who emigrated to this country in 1764,will Jive ii dinner to now Lio Denux in this District near the residence of Esq. Moragne Dhue taif tie Atli of november next to which the Public and every i Encl Man arc Rej Speel fully invited to Inay lie expected by distinguished gentlemen upon the 25, 1854 252t special notice. I do hereby worn nil persons not to Trad for a double barrel shot nun now in the Possession of Israel Holt. Said gun i now pro claim As my property and that or. La Olthaus no claim on it whatever. The gun maybe known by its having a carved Breech wit brass mounting. E. J. Taylor. Abbeville Ii., oct 24, 1854. 25.3t executor s Sale. On saturday the Lluli of november next the household furniture n1iorse, mlle Arul buggy of p. Jones deceased will be sold at his late residence in Abbeville District. credit of twelve months with note and two Rood sureties for All sums Over five Dollar Cash for All sums under five dollars.11. A. Jones executor. Oct. 20, 54. 252t new confectionery main Street next door to ii Awson a tin factory Abbeville H., s. C. T"\7"m. C. Moore respectfully inform hit f Grienci tic Public that lie has opened n confectionery in which he has nil kind of candies toys a uts fruits � Fine Ater taint eke Obs a Vav a atm Liisi. Adj Luik to mini nun i i v

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