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10 Nov 1854

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10 Nov 1854

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The Independent Press (Newspaper) - November 10, 1854, Abbeville, South CarolinaThe Independent press to Tomb $541 per annul invariably i Advance. Advertisements will to inserted conspicuously the following be Tyriw. Rates i Square of 12 Juta or Lew i insertion 75everyi/ollowing insertion it 871 Square 3 month $400i. O /., 6 of " 1 year 10 00i announcing a candidate Fin Advance 8 001 Liberal deductions will of made to person advertising largely 1 All obituary Tioel exceeding twelve lines v / will be charged As advertisements. All communications and letters on business with this office must be addressed to the Independent Rasas Abbeville 0. Ii s. C., prepaid to insure attention. T poetry Black byes. Blue eyes Are very Lovely. Blue Eye Are soft and sweets witching and to tender air when Kindred eyes they Greet. They steal like notes of Fausio if Neath evening s Sable pall v it to within the spirit s chamber As Sweet As love s Light Call. But eyes Raven color have Sybil bold on me. And from their sparkling features i weave of est. Own l a r fuil7 magic admit their Mystic tin All. They shroud me in their robing As pure As Angel s pall Black eyes first set me rhyming. Black eyes still Edthe fire. Aliling impassioned fuel a a unto the heart s desire. And Ever shall my tribute. The finest of love s eni prize a be paid in minstrel homage at the shrine of Bright Black eyes. V the african v i w. Alexander of Macedonia once entered into a neighbouring and wealthy province of Africa the inhabitants mine Forth to meet him and brought Hin their Robes tilled wit Golden apples and fruits. U eat this fruit among yourselves v Ain not come to see your. Wealth but to learn your customs."1 they then conducted him to the Market where their King administered i Tiern Iliff Linn Noma 1.5. 1jw in inv a Ivic nun ainu said " i bought of this Man o King a a foil of chaff and have found in it a secret treasure. The chaff is mine but not the Golji and this Man will not take it him 0 King to receive it for it Isis " and his antagonist a citizen also of the place answered " thou nearest to retain anything unjustly t and should not i also fear to receive such a thing from thee 1 i have sold thee the sack we Oil or. E. " Maui in tau Tizio ii in Xiv cup l a Lur 1c is thine. Command him o King King inquired of a first one if he had a son. He answered � Myes he inquired of the other if he had daughter and the same answer Tea was returned. V. Weil then said the King you men marry your children to each 4 other and give them the discovered treasure Fla a mar Rarra in tinn to tiny 5o a Mimi Luab 10 Ujj i i Jiuu Alexander was astonished when he hear this Denisia. M have judged unjustly said the King of this Remote country " that thou Art thus astonished " not at All answered Alexander " Butin our country they would have judged .6 " anyhow Theu would they the african Kongi both parties would have lost their Heads answered Alexander " and their treasure would have fallen into the hands of the 9.5rinjc" v then the King clasped his hands together and said does the Sun Shine upon you an do the heavens still Shower their rain upon out Alexander replied " yes.". It must then be,11 continued the Kins " for the Sake of the. Innocent beasts who Chow in�6ur country for upon such men Nois run a Tild Bra att rain should fall of Var a Hamburg the a Mitta chronicle and Sentinel regrets to tart Abbt the yellow fever has made its Aon Garancs in Hamburg and that two deaths occurred Roudey a t for it de that trains Ruthm of Neyo of City Buffer to the extent of House breaking por Hor a i3 attached to any vehicle the harness should be allowed to remain on him in the stable several hours during two or three consecutive Days he should titled out so that he May become a � in ure him u Cor six or seven feet in length should be fastened to each Trace. With this the horse is quietly led about one Man performing that duty while another follows holding the aforesaid cords which As the animal moves Forward Aro to to straitened so that he feels a slight pressure of the Collar upon his shoulders. The intention of this treatment must be obvious if the horse is alarmed by the effect of the Collar the Man holding the cords which Aro affixed to Tho traces can instantly relax then and again when be finds his Pupil is reconciled he May renew a moderate Strain and finally As much resistance As he has Power to create. By this Means the most timid horse will gain Confidence and by perseverance the most refractory be overcome. A horse when first encumbered with harness if to veh Flo in sir nil we when required to move at finding a pressure on his shoulders which he has never before experienced. Iio discovers another novel apparatus for confinement he is in fact tra Meled and endeavours to escape probably he plunges kicks or rears and become difficult to manage but by the simple process just recommended All this is obviated. Before you commit suicide take a Goldbath. What people term despair is very often dirt. Columbia advertisements. Fisher & Agnew & co., court House Range Columbia s. C., direct importers of English hardware cutlery Fitins Iii us v a i Tilv v arni8iip.�, Japan linseed Oil spirits Turpe Titine. Cotton and other produce. -11 a .4 la. Or re Ute Ima v Wuo by Pic Juht of charge1 % rah26 w. Bolund Kab. I Jab e. Fui Dat. A lass. Furniture and chair War Boom to. 185. Jain Street. Cold Rabia South Carolina t7t keeps constantly on and of disown Ganu Xiv fit tur and from some of the Best manufactories at the North a urge Stock of furniture and chairs also Wall paper,wmpow1 it fades afr being a practical Portt Infin he is. Prepare to Manuo to order All Tinli of fur Nitaro in Thebes manner and at Halow. Prices As any other establishment please Call and examine before Pur Hasma. i augu8ta advertisements. New firm new fut i Hamburg s. The undersigned having of owned a co partnership in a ass Fathis place for the purpose of transacting a Pnat. Era. Ufa a evil business would respectfully inform our numerous friends and the Public that we will keep constantly on hand a Large Supply of every article needed bythe Farmer which i we will dispose of on a any Othef Houe in the have engaged the services of messes. T. M. Welborn and & v. Johnson both of whom Are Well known to the Public As Liberal Cotton buyer and who will at All times give the highest Market prices for that and other articles of produce. Our senior partner will As heretofore give his personal attention to the receiving and forwarding of merchandise to Tho country. T. B1josnios j Benson 4 Johnson. � Oard in retiring from the above business we leave messes. Benson & Johnson in our place and solicit for them the patronage of our old cub toners and the Public and German 209 Andi King Lireet Corner of Market Greet. Charleston 8. G. Carpeting9.ingrain, 8 plys Brussels tapestry and materials in sick a atop and worsted. Curtain Cambric and muslims in Large a Finety embroidered lace and Muslin cur stains All styles. Bagilt cornices in All the new designs. To curtain Gimps holders loops tes Sels feo., l a drapery cords and Bell ropes in All varieties. British and Ameri Eab floor Oil cl0ths Silver and Gilt Stavft rods and Stair k a . Of All nyles.-. Wilton velvet and axminstehtiu09,in great t r Plantation Lanke t a x ?lmnl9 Kersey. Cap9, and White flannels/8hirtinos a. A Cotton i Ern Makc-8. To glue and american Cotton flannels French English and Atn Erieau prints \ or War dts stat head quarters for Bood car vat v v .4. The subscriber will keep on hand the coaches Rockaway Barol travelling o be had in the state embracing All the newest build to order any kind that May be wanted Larne a doable a. Single whips nettle a also coach maker i Stock of a repairing in All it branches pro aii work Juno 3, 1854.2ghiatp so cholera for dysentery d1aruikea, Bowel i Llao admirably adapted to Many diet mensa the Virtues of Jacob s cordial Elf Coj 1st it cures the worst cases of diarrhoea 2d. It cures Tho worst forma of dysentery.3d. It cures California or mexican diarrhoea. 4th. It relieves the severest Colic. 6th. It cures cholera Moribus. Oth. It cures cholera inf Antum. A few Short extracts fron i have used Jacob s cordial in my family Talent a valuable flon it gives me pleasure in being Able to recon Nee and the experience of my neighbors and i o believe it to be All that it purports to be i Cwm. 11. Und Kriwoi Cornu i take great Plen Suro in recommending this diseases for which i believe it to be it severe Iii ver Triehy a. A. Gaulding this efficient remedy is travelling into Eele Russia and gaining commendation wherever us for Sale by Wardlaw pc Lyon a Bevitt .1.� to 1 w to mini Ruuge a inc iou c. It. I arks lire Ilou role agents and by the principal merchants i Savannah in. May 13, 1834. Augusta Crocker & fees War those am commission merchants Backhon Street below and on tiie opposite Side of Warren s Block Augusta a. Rho undersigned would respectfully inform their friends and former patrons. To to the fill remove. On the 1st of september next Tohe new Ani substantial fllt&pltoofvarki10u&e on a Dickson Street Thielow and the opposite Side of Warren s will give our personal attention to All business entrusted to our care As heretofore and Hope to Merit a continuance of the Fauvor of inner patrons. We Are prepared to make at All times libcr1cash advances on produce in store. Orders for bagging Hope and will be filled and Atlie lowest Market Price. John r. Crocker. John c. Rees. July 20, 18 i t. 12.2m slip sow & Gardiner rehoused a a commission merchants m i Tosh st., Augusta 6a., Tutti t i in i a jul in continue me w Are is 3� inh it Hue and commission Awig business in their fire proof building on i i Tosh Street in All its branches and Hope v strict personal attention to tie interests of who May put business in their hands Toi Erit Public for bagging rope and. Family Suplie filled at the lowest Market advances made when req Irdon produce in store. J. B. Simpson j. T. 29. 1864. 16 6rti Whitlock Coskery so co.,warehouse and commission merchants. Campbell st., Augusta a. Hythe undersigned respect to nyx fully inform their Friend is mend the Public generally that they still Toni Uethe above business at their old stand there they will give their undivided attention All business entrusted to their care Liber Cash advances Madd on Fer bagging rape and familyupplie3, carefully filled at thuloweit Mariter Witiw i a v John Coskery a. . To gift 12, 54. 14 new Spring goods. Uch twisted Silks barges and7 7is neur posed in any Market and having be a ra0n�c�sfrii ti0ni Thornton largest and most elegant assortment of Jughes buggies gigs sullies wagons a b styles and latest fashions of the Day and Willin the most Superb and durable manner. Also Job buggy umbrellas hone blankets a. Ii kind an hand for Nln Law. Ineptly and faithfully done at Low Price. Warranted.jsgl4 in Era Hemby. Am. 1 la a Violeita Moribus or lure bilious Colic seas a. Cholera inf Antum. Uses of especially painful nation. Are too Well known to 7th. It ones painful menstruation.8th. It relieves pain in Back and loins.9th. It counteract nervousness and despon10th.it restores irregularities. . It dispels gloomy a hysterical feelings.12th. It s an admirable tonic. I letters testimonials have found it a most efficient and in my Warner judge of supreme court Iii Cirii b own personal expert Iii lha round me. Is a sufficient ii grantee for me a Corr Fri in Ray judge of Superior court Cherokee circuit invaluable Medicine to All afflicted with Bowel ii us Nerini or. g. 51. Of the grand Lodge of Georgia rita us Fust is Bonaparte pushed i columns into Georgia jeffersonian May 19th. 1853. Lie Jon Smitti cokes Hurt Rock bib Adams cd. U.\vii, uial fcco., Charleston whole druggists through Lieut the state. We w. Bliss pc co., proprietors.63.6m new and wonderful Stoddard proprietor. T11e sult Serther having purchased the right for the state of South Carolina in the Only machine now invented for Bistvv shingles. Babul in heading,tfcc.,in prepared to sell the right of the districts or single machines at prices sufficiently Low tomake it an inducement for machine being simple in in construction and not liable to get out of order is capable f splitting and shaving two thousand shingles per than made by hand. Itis portable andean be worked by Viand horse or steam Power. Ten to fifteen Days work of machine will make enough shingles 19 pay the pried asked for a single inducements Areol Ere. Commit Toner # office. Sept 6, u&4. 8m Fri /1r.irthe of South Carolina. A x Ville and Lawrene districts Ibert a Cako re. Cotton 8ed Plater v a to of the Otbo re and t "5 a else Dan agent Oret the exhibit to who Wui to uthork�dto8ellldf or the machines tbs5m reasonable term As can be is will be an Eccl left thing to. Drili3 j1vi��ano or any other manure f feel asap a to Towy one a a. Or. V. Calhoun. 3sjissept 19.1854. 2-20 v of to the planters of Abbeville mad Zaw f Reng. We Hare sold w. D. Calhoun the Ecle and1. Crockery for Cash and Cash Only our profits Are so Small that we Are not Able to sell your goods on time and we Are crit Fidepe after i an examination of our Stock the purchaser Milrat perceive such a great margin Between on prices and the prices usually asked for Goodsin our line that they will see that it is to their advantage to buy to Weir goods from it for Call is solicited As we take please rein sex hiring our goods to All who May favor us with visit 1 april 22d, 1854, 49tf Illo for Chick Springs the subscriber has now on the line Between Greenville and Chick Springs a Fine and four horse Hack. Wlinich will leave the Village every Day after the arrival of the cars from Columbia and returning will leave the Spring after breakfast.fnr�, $1 00 each can lie secured at my residence opposite the mansion House. Aug. 12 14tf w. L. Crawford. Silk too Del. V Gray Brothers have just received v � full assortment of Rii and elegant Spring Silks to which they respectfully is a non 0vbvllbluii. A Augusta March 25, 1854. I a a j when the r r. R. Theory was first declared tothe world sceptical Persona doubted ifs correctness and looked with distrust on the rented edit possessed. Others however struck with Fathe originality of its views and conce Diug Niertit Ivy to the theory were induced to try if the remedies bore out in practice what was claimed for them in theory. A third Clasa differ aug from to the others and perhaps More Muner,.has triumphed. a Day passes la vye of a 7not have admission from some hitherto Unbe-s1liever that their scepticism was unfounded a convinced by rending our family by their own experience the infallibility of our medicines Kot a Day passes thrft3�e-do not receive grateful testimonials of Enrera Elf to vhf Fla 11 " Vav i we seized with v. \ the langs and my neighbor was suffering from. .scrofula,.i have seen them both restored to health by Radway s renovating third say " Radway s regulators have cured me Osiab Ituna Costi Veldess that was the Burden of my such Dre the characteristic testimony inlaw daily receive of the r. R. Or. Heme Dies ,. Radway s ready re ukr t0 first of the Elk a. Remedies is the most Quick and Nora Redy that has Everyst Freen discovered for Stu Sta a certain disinfect Abt and Lotf neutralize the most violent la Iso Osof Malig epidemics. If the human in Edtha virulence of cholera Var pneumonia or other fatal ded m Nith y4 a be is Jwj tron Goth. We make this a Flo if any physician or a Mut Over n.? Pault tilt hot tilt it will , pm atom. Buff Trio two to i write Johnston a Hville Vul Crip nud with he i a

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