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17 Nov 1854

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17 Nov 1854

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The Independent Press (Newspaper) - November 17, 1854, Abbeville, South Carolina� we 8 editor. I41ssferafxriss i my v Ujj 0 a year m Advance. R Abbett slide o h. A saturday feb Fimber 11, 1854. \ 1 Railroad consignees. Twe Sikiru commence in our next to pub Tulish a weekly list of consignees at the Abai Feville depot t � fasting and prayer.? t his excellency lie governor has appoint f a bunday do instant As a Day of thanks 11giving, Humi tin arts prayer. See proc a Jamarion in Alfoth Fer place. To agricultural fair. To Tiff ninth fair of the Southern Central or agricultural society will be held in augus 11$l\ to commencing on monday 4th december f a next for governor. Col. L. J. Patterso has been Nomina re Ted by a correspondent of the Lancaster Ledger As a candidate for gubernatorial. Honors. K Carolina times. A under the renovating appliances of or. If Britton late of the Spartanburg express n the times has again come Forth. We sin o Cerely Vel coma it Tom 0�.i.or,. B t some oat. A cat fish measuring something Over 8twofeet in length and weighing Twenty four pounds was offered for Sale Here on c wednesday at two dollars and a half. � � u y. Fatal dual. Or. Rae arid Chat. P. Gaffkey on thursday of last week met in a Duel some where in Richland District.? Gaffney was to killed at to tend fire. We have no Learned the of Cuseo the quarrel. Xuwu Irona friends of the Aiken and ninety six connection will give a Public dinner at new Market on to Morrow saturday our theart is in the cause and we should begat unified to have a Finger in the Fly to Morrow but we regret that circus a stances will not allow of the latter. Will to hot Friend communicate the proceed Aings to us for publication i four next ? 8 Mouay scarce and niggers High. A notwithstanding the much lamented n Gid Ity of the Money Market negro propety 7, in our District still commands very High c prices. A miscellaneous lot of e tie big old and on monday i at the Sale of the late or. Barmore at an he average of upwards of seven Hundred Dol h of a gentleman whose Promise never Oes unperformed and whose competency is it of All question to Send us weekly Duin the session a letter for publication. We look to this session with far More than Ordinary interest. Measures of vital importance to the quiet welfare Prosperity and onor of South Carolina will be before it. It not our purpose to discuss any of these have before alluded to most f May simply indicate those hich occur to us As of first importance. Atlie head of that list we place the free school drum of flirt not 1 l"1 we nun Iii Iusi of Jeci him an be brought for tie consideration of state councils. Next we would place the Rabun Lap Road Enterprise and will devote a Colm especially to that in our next As our ends of the spartan desire information rid As the time approaches for the decisive nettle. The division of Pendleton is a que Sonon which depends for a time at least Rich of quiet or disquiet to the people the upper country. The election Ofeler roof president and vice president of the tinted states is also one that should be imposed of. The building of the new Capo will furnish a subject likewise of no Small Loment for the consideration of the think some one has committed Groat error or been rascally Recreant to his rust in this matter and should be held to comit. Perhaps it was the legislature its Flah then what who shall hold it to account the people of course the Well then do the Nice thing Lis time something for Trio i Duse of free schools help the Rebun Gap Load on to a glorious completion Divide Pendleton elect a Good governor you can ardly fail to do that and such other things s arc desirable and needed to be done and re la i. E., the Sovereign sas we will let you off this me we need hardly say in reference to those Virv Quot 1" a. A to 4 w Iuis a thin Chinai Addell expects you to do your they re no flattery nor sectional ism men Motr who have been tried and found past course in that body of All save one sufficient guarantee we take it of their ability and Devotion and the election returns Hibit a Confidence in the untried Oue atone uly flattering to him and provocative in be highest degree to love and Good works a his part m 3i the people hols. It gives us pleasure to find the to or. Brooks in the inst issues the a Igelfeld advertiser. The advertiser has Ever been an admirer nor supporter of the Captain As he persist in exiling lira and Lily we think is Tho most flattering notice e has Ever taken of him. Kirc instances weeks ago it would Demhi Ifo 000 by ipod by Urr so. A rpm � to a i Public servant and we Bave and hesitation saying that 1�b congressional Ditrichas reason to feel a High degree of satisfy n t i x Rah Hursur. Or. Acids Kec Ordor. , Captain of tie guard. S. J. Rosenberg Stewart. L1 the Harket. Abbeville nor. 16cotton still ranging at those prices quoted list week name v,7 to 8 cents. Columbia nov. 15prices varying from 7 to 8f cents. G. Receipts Tiik following persons have paid their subscriptions to the Independent preu for the6 current year e b l Posey new Orleans we Armstrong Greenwood. 6 months s. c Hart Coke Lumry or Geo. Allen a Burnside " " t b Milford Diamond Gilill ". B f Rosamond Bankston Jas. L Covin Mtcarmel 8. C. In or s 8 Marshall Whitehall. " Thorak Jackson fort Bliss Texas out w h Parker Abbeville & c. W motes Greenwood " v w q Martin Diamond Hill ii r c newel powder Springs go. In t a Cheves Coffeeville . Mary n Robertson Cokesbury s. , Greenville Jas Coson Wideman a " s w Reid Charlotte n. C. Off Allen Hernando miss. Rwm h Mckee Warre ton 8. C. I Jas a Walker Memphis t 1-1 my " ii u in Mic Fiauu Auu Vuie 8. U Lioa Jackson " Jesse Low Georgetown n. C. Gen. Gav Hodges Cokesbury 8. C. Swa Wharton Occold Ala. 2 lion t c Perrin Abbeville 8. Joe Branyon Doe West 8 months capt. S m Trible " " Thos Moore Dentsville a w Chatham Elysian Fields Texas a to Morrah Willington 8. C. L Jno c child Millway " i al Kay powder 8prings, d Barksdale Abbeville v 8. b Hammond Monterey Robt a Waller Greenwood /. A Lis peer Lowndesville a " e Little Harrisburg Tobt Stucky Diamond Hill " j t Watson Abbeville a Drennan Calhoun s Mills a t medicines in be. T 8e� descriptive pamphlets to be had of the agent. Price of each Only 60 of cents per bottle or six bottles for $2 80. E h. a of i drug Gitto by a. P. F. Gary comes Bury Wardlaw Lyon a Berill c. H. I Haviland. Harral a be re Wir waited it welf with16 Tho Baptist Chyroh at Horeb of which he con tinned a consistent member 41ntilhis death. Regained the Confidence of i Brethren end was rented Sylb who know his Jong pro0traeted affliction he bore with Mueh patience,1 kit ?4ronnd a Beds Kje sappocingt1�.\ a dying. A suddenly he openfe5 his eyes looked around Upo do emmy my eng them that knew4 "4 be dope a to attend to what he Woom Ayu to Tom need n wry a i it Iii Rex Tab a � Phe subscriber will no sell Good Cwm i al on a credit Fethe first of january next when Bills Are made at any one time to the amount of ten dollars and tip Warda. Wilson s Williams. A Abbeville c. Ii., november 1864. 27-2w & n u 111 k mis hereby Rivon that an assignment for the Sal Benefit of his creditors has been made to u me by Elihu Campbell of his real and person to1 estate which will to sold after due notice fir and at a convenient time under the trusts of braid assignment John a. Stuart 17,1854. 28 2w notice administrator s Sale. W ill be sold at the Orcsi dance of. 0.1 � � Bonner deceased on the sixth Day of december next All the personal property of said deceased consisting in part of. 14 Likely leg Refl horses and mules hogs and cows 1 Wagon a and 1 buggy Corn and fodder household Wand Kitchen furniture also an interest in Agold mine 1 set Blacksmith tools and other a articles too tedious to mention also Cotton Wand Cotton seed. L a. P. Conner. I,.j. F. Crofford Adra n " a november 16, 1854 278w Cokesbury female . Tote Are pleased to announce to our a Iai trons and the Public generally that the exercises of this school will. Be resumed Janithe first school Day in february under the tit management of or. T. Wannamaker Bei by competent Xci curs in the different he departments. Solar. Wannamaker is a graduate of the South Edc Arolina College a gentleman of experience into aching and his past Success is a sufficient re a commendation. Tho collegiate department will be organize about the first of $10 00 per month. Tuition the usual rates. By order of the Board. F. A. Connor Secretary. November i4, 1884 28 4m c a administrator s Sale. By permission of the Ordinary for to Abbeville District i will sell at a the late residence of Levi Hilburn deceased on monday the 4th of december next the property personal of said a ceased vis on seven heroes horses cattle hogs sheep Plantation tools Alcorn. Fodder household and Kitchen Furni curare n Quantity of seed Cotton and much Mora a juju jury we Lemons 10 mention. A terms made known on Day of Sale. Ann. Three tracts of Lana the property of said deceased will be rented for the year 1865 on the same Day. W Edmund Cobb adm r. A november 16, 1864 28 2w in valuable estate Sale. Will be sold on the 12th and conf a 18 of december next at the rate residence of. S. Baskin deceased in Pruthe Vicinity of Tillington All the personal of said deceased comprising16 Likely Heg Roei dec household and Kitchen furniture Plantation tools of All kinds wagons carts one Fine buggy add harness horses males hogs cows f0 and sheep Corn fodder Cotton and Cotton al afire Mountj a. my. Lviv we icu1uub o mention. A Alfio five shares in thes Vannah River vol lev rail 51road, two scholarships in Erif me College at deduce Vest Corner. sums of five dollars and under be Cash above five dollars twelve months credit by giving note and two approved. Securities"hs nasally a land in Abbeville District. Upon the 25 ses Are a Fine dwelling House with All the w r Pessary above tract of land is situated in the Vicinity of Willington Abbeville District 8. 0., and immediately on one of the surveys of Tho Savannah River Valley Railroad and adjoins lands of o. T. Oroher w. A Mcbride Edwar Calhoun and others. The terms of Sale of the above land Are i three equal annual instalments with interest /. From Date the purchaser to give Bond and seen c cities and a mortgage on the premises if required and pay for papers. H. Simpson. W. 8. Mcbryde november 16, 1854 287w is Charleston courier will copy so much As jail Khatee to the Sale of und till 1st january under be head Abb Vlieland for Sale and for award Bill to Independent Preta. Y. Phorl ill ratio ggd., r in Jay Jum i Whitla Urci Mak or. Nino governor and commander a chief in and Over the state of sout Carolina m�117 hrs Tifal it u a duty incumbent upon it t. Mii people at All times to acknowledge a their dependence upon an and merciful Jol god to Praise him for Hie glory and beef Sohons and to exp Reaa in contrition and Umilia Manfe the past vol and also in View of tha i mortality other Calani Tiea Whiteb a Aooie we Carolina Abbey la y7�irss Tiosh urn fled singular thetfo dds and chi right and Radii of Levi Stew Horny Ute "eb6 Trio fofe8�id, 4cekj�cd r a i a axe therefore to a and singular the Kindred and creditor of deceased to to and appear before me Eft next or Dinar a court of lathe said District be Holden at al re Rule court House on the Jet Day of to show cause Ify any the Suid ski Ilii stration should no granted. 11? # 1given under my hand and Seal this fifteenth Day of ndvdfflbei1, in the year of our dra on thousand eight Hundred and fifty four Andin the seventy ninth year of America Independence. Willim a til 0. A. 2. L1uv 11 iib3w the state of South Carolina the common Pua Fillson i Williams foreign attachment a �. Noble plaintiff Remias Behane. Attorney 7"t7"hereas, the plaintiffs in tie Case of v did on the fifteenth Day of novemr.1864, tile their declaration against thei defendant who As it is said is absent in and without the limits of Liis state and neither wife nor attorney known within1 o Eane upon whom a copy of the said dec ration might be served it is therefore ordered that the said defend t do appear and plead to the said declara n on or before the sixteenth Day of novem a in the year of our lord one thousand eight indred and fifty five otherwise final and a Lute judgment will then be Given and award against him. Ii uni Inni a Alu c. C. s office Abbeville District t november 16, 1854. J slyly sheriff s sales y virtue of sundry Writa of Fieri facial a to me directed 1 will sell at Abbeville Urt House on the first monday in de1mbernext. 600 acres of land More or less bounded Byra Maulden Archibald Maulden Joseph Chart James Donnelly John 8peer, Perrit Tigre also 6 negroes Samson Lucy fan Lively and two children Rufus and Bill Bales of Cotton 2 mules 1 Bay Mare 1 wag and gear 1 Yoke at defendant s residence on wednesday top mall Lav 1 a irn a 1 -1. U Vaurica a aboard 1 bed and 3 bedsteads 1 Grindstone lot of Plantation tools 1 loom 8 spinning icons 3 scathing cradles 1 lot poultry 2 sows re pigs 2 cows ac., the property of a 0. I Baldeu ads. Giles Hill Davis and others868 acres of land More or less bounded by. Maulden James White Robert Simps onid others Tho property of Archibald Mauld ads. Joel.lipford, and others. 1sorrel horse the property of. H. Walker the suit of a. P. Connor and others. 1 House and lot in the Village of Greenwood a staining 4 acres More or less bounded by , Robert Anderson and others the Sperty of Benjamin d. Worrel at the suit of Wright for another. 107acres of land More or less bounded by a Picard Noble Robert Carlisle also at defend int s residence on thursday after Sale Day. Bushels of Corn More or less 4 stacks of 38dder, 1 Den of shucks. 1 lot of fodder Fin m. Use and others the property of James a Milton ads. B. V. Posey and others. ? 1on Friday after Salo a Trot lie Reid wife of Uklin Morrow fio by fuels of Corn Mora or is 1 cow and calf 1 Bedstead 2 featherbed Lead of sheep 1 sow 14 shoats 1 lot of Fod Nof a 1 lot of poultry 1 lot of wheat 1 spin Ngsi Leland 1 Wash pot the property of George Morrow at the to Goepf a. U. Taggart & co.,d others. To 8. A. Hodges 8. A. 2 sheriff s office november 10, 18m pipe mee1 5�s 11 he subscriber old stand hav ins been entirely destroyed Golie fifire a has removed to to. 142, Ide Etthof stent rne Rof Wentworth the stand formerly of or Tiero Joe continue his of its branches. He can offer Tojic i yes ram vow i Kitter Beni a cit to Trot a am / lie has just received some Choice a Milu Zirri Loeb built Azpr Aly f f . All of which he Wal Well cheap Forh or City acceptances. A Harleston 8. O., tor. 7,185f Tuc qt4tc or uni Ltd Wini u i Auy in Var Uii Abbeville Thayiel Harris and other Ftp y Ord of Tju Murt id in the Bill to w it the Opper part it of land called the fort Charlott elation Abbeville District on Koontai Biog about Sev a Hundred Beret reign Ira a by wot % i lately belonging to Mary a m a. Nodle deceased to uk., r Ems ii

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