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The Independent Press (Newspaper) - October 20, 1854, Abbeville, South CarolinaThe Independent press 18 published a Okby saturday morning. M. Put Kytt individuals like nation fail which they boldly attempt when sustained by Vire unit purpose an determined Renoi . Willing to Praise yet not afraid to i Dollar a Lear m ii Avance. Abbeville c. H. Saturday october 20, 1854. Bargains at Cokesbury. Or. Strauss Lias just received a new Supply of next week. Yellow Pever. This disease is still abating in the cities of Charleston and Augusta. In the former probably not Mora than three or four deaths per Day and in the latter one or two Are reported. Death of a Young minister. It is a melancholy announcement that Rev. Newton Cowan a Young and promising minister of the presbyterian Church died at his father s residence in this District on sunday morning last. Loss of the Arctic. The steamship Arctic with upwards of two Hundred and fifty passengers one Hun Ivl Nyrl Pinna Newt. 1 cargo an heavy mail was totally wrecked at sea on the 27th ult the particulars of to 3 melancholy disaster which we designed this Issue Are unavoidably deferred. Athing for the great and the Small c. Mooyie is now receiving and adoring for exhibition and Sale a Handsom various mercantile com pc Call round at Owen s of tes its Wenitt j. Voli Ime and to arc it etrt0j&upontho succeeding Propec Inch More cheering Tom her fore. Large additions have been brought to its subscription list and a partial interest least aroused for its welfare. In Favl in in Fernat in Kiana will Sqq in every other worthy Southern Enterprise and Hope to see that Justice which has been 0 Long withheld eventually awarded to it. Jet tip hmm. Immor. Last week to Cut from the Newberry Sentinel � paragraph putting in nomination for governor a Iii a. Burt of this District. It Wasj Jur design to re publish but by some on a press of business it was of Laid and forgotten. A al. To Trot left vips Lutr a Nown a flirt in my Bers of Tho legislature than lie is to us add of Lourae they Are the ones to decide upon his merits and claims but we May be that he has in our judgment so far As a Are acquainted with Liis Public history Long since Jug up evidence of his ability to serve Tho Swift Nany capacity. I Bishop papers. � quire fun interest Fig meeting of three Oral four Days Durato was held lost week inf eluding sunday a he methodist Church in a Jujj this Village on which Bishop Capers at tended preaching with his wonted carno6tj Ness and Power. Air partiality towards this Veteran ambassador of Tho Eros a a Model minister might Lead us to say More of him than Good taste separate from indiscriminate la Dation of distinguished personages and we Only add that to seems to Pong Good health promising yet a Fautt Laplace it Baum orb s station Oto the 14th Opilo Veffer. Brides be various Kipu corp Feddor a and beast will be / v rence still to our antiquated notions in this particular even though we do locate a Century behind the nge. Thlire a some things so strikingly manifests to need no Effort beyond a simple designation to disclose them. That buying Rind Selling votes in elections Are base and shameful alike to the contracting parties and the a tendency suave Faig of Liberty and Public hold to be one of those self evident truths. We tremble for the Honor and safety of our country when we see As to have seen one Man drugging another with degrading draughts of intoxication until sufficiently soaked he is prepared to cast his vote just As his seducer wills him. There is no difference in principle Between Bim whose vote is purchased at the bar room Board or the for Rocert seller and the Ono who barters his for round sums of Gold. Alas for our boasted republicanism when such voters Are to control its destiny our Richland Friend is a Spunky writer a d we Hopo to hear from him often. It occurs to us that notwithstanding his affected sin prise at our antiquarian impressions he too has some notions of his own As Well As we. H what Adust on saturday last we received the subjoined note and As it our property subject to our disposal we Transfer it to the Public even at the risk of pleasing the writers Clinton oct. 13, 1854. Or. please find accompanying this note three topics of y or j Russ win Wincn we Are proud 10 Kivow to can dispense. We subscribed for the press inst Spring. Our subscription we suppose is about half Gono. You can remit to us Tho amount due in wrapping paper if you Are so disposed if not we do not wish to take a single Straw from drowning respectfully yours the trite but expressive fable of the flies on the Carriage wheel occurs to our mind As to read the above rather indignant epistle. Two flies so Cross the Story alighted upon a revolving Carriage wheel and observing the dust which arose from the rapid motion of the wheel one of them stretched himself up to his loftiest height and Sung out to his , see what a dust we raise the concluding sentence of the note discloses very plainly its originating cause. We defended col. Brooks when he was most unjustly assailed and we defended our self likewise we did so boldly fearlessly and zealously and this resort of our Quonda subscribers to inflict punishment for our temerity will to about As effectual As the settling of the Flics on the Carriage wheel. They doubtless suppose that upon their withdrawal depends the Early demise of the press. That our friends May not be alarmed and Forth any extra exertion to fill the vacuum created we take occasion to Bay that we have this Day More than fifteen Hundred sensible subscribers of All classes political and religious and we Are proud to know that we can dispense with the support of not Only this disaffected Trio but of All other Whoso souls Are Little enough to suggest a similar plan of revenge for what we have written in reference to the late congressional election. Among those who . To in a Anim to to under no indebtedness tothe Laurens Trio. Our predecessor acc eve their Raon Jay and we have sup lie. Election return. Since our last to have returns from the. Several districts embraced in the 4th con Gressional District. The following is the result , 1388 Edge p Field 2315 Lexington 1042 Newberry i 040 Laurens 757. Total 0148. Gak al , 437 Edgefield 474 t Lexington 130 Snowberry 841 Laurens to 1109. Total 3051. Books majority cd 305 7. Messes. Onn Teitt botch and Aiken l representatives re elected without oppose y Tion. Gen. Mcqueen was opposed by col. W Wilson of Darlington but was re elected a by an overwhelming majority. To have a not seen the exact returns from that congressional District. Two sub join a list of the members elect to o Trio legislature so far As ascertained. S , Tilman Watson v representatives w. S. Mobley w. Holton o. D. Tilman g. W. Landrum w. 13. To Dorn w. C. Moragne. J , j. S. Preston rep e resent Tives win. Wallace Wade Llaine r ton jr., c. R. Bryce w. T. Desaussure. A , l. Boozer re pc 41 Senta Tives John Fox j. C. Hope. 1 , Jolt Buchanan � representatives r. B. Boylston j i. Ii. C Clark w. M. Bratton. St. , David sinter 1 representative o. M. Dantzler. I , s. Mcalily repro s Senta Tivee Douglas c. D. Melton 1 Gill w. A. Rosborough. 1 , j. D. Witlie spoon representatives a. B. Wilson . Clawson i a. S. Wallace g. W. Williams. 1 , m. 0. Mordecai v representatives j. Cunningham c. G. Mein t Minger t. Y. Simons jr., 13. J. Whialey a w. G. Desaussure j. C. Liim . Camp t Bell 15. Mccready l. Rebb f. D. Richard i son ii. C. King e. M. Whiting James is mons g. , h. V. Toomer Nelso Mitchell e. I Horlbeck j. Siegling or. , . Pickens representatives a. F. Lewis Ambler w. I. Steele w. S. Grill Ian j. W. Harrison John Wilson s. M. Wilkes. , j. M. Cros 1 son l. J. Jones w. Ii. Harrington. St. , j. C. Wha Iley w. E. Haskell. Black , or. S. W. Barker j representative p. C. Kirk. St. George , e. Brow Leo. S st. Johns . Town Send representatives w. M. Bailey e. B. Bryan. R , f. J. Moses rep j a p a. T i 1- Volovi Iuliu by. Ojji1i1i,. U. Uinn Illg Jolius t. Green. I Darlington representatives e. W. Tcharles t. B. Klavnes Wortlie b. L. , or. Johnson major Powel w. S. Mullins. J , or. Munro. J , c. W. Dudley representatives messes. Thornwell and Irby. �chesterfield.senator, j. W. Blakeny representatives messes. Lowry Aud Alex. Mcqueen. 1 , Dixon Barnes representatives . Ilai Menoud w. C. Cau then. , representatives b. A Kil Prore j. V. Trimn Iier j. W. Tucker j. W. Miller a. G. Campbell.4. F , w. P. My 1 co 13. F. Perry p. E. Duncan w. A. A Mooney. , j. Ii. Irby representatives messes. Henderson Simpson Sullivan and Anderson. I Orange , j. Ii. R Felder j. D. Rump j. . F , j. D. Allen representatives David Bush j. E. Tobin w. Graham s. A. Trotti. St. James. a. Cordes. Christ , t. M. I st. Topias and st. , 41scott representative i. K. r. F. W. Allston representatives j. I. Middleton b. Ii. Wil � son j. H. Read or. J. , r pilfer representatives Midknight , m. Fri Cam representatives o Briard x Erfy Sanders. Not. Moore resent Tives p. M. Butler of s. a Irish in j v Gugg a. Aeb to Poff who a Falls in�ths11i to communications. For tiie Independent press lie Gronville and Columbia Railroad. Messes. Editors in this abusive Vitura Tingaud Fly blowing ago it is really by pleasant and refreshing to take an occasion i glance at Tho other Side of tie picture. Hear what our friends say of us and of Coso objects around which our affections Scluster. In the Greenville & Columbia Railroad has to. Ecu our battling for Days and month and a ears to have nurse a it in its infancy have j ate hed Over its destiny in its Boyish Days pc my have associated with it in its manhood Send of course cannot nor will not hear it a wandered without hurling Back upon the Radeer that which he so richly deserves. Or unmitigated contempt. Oliero Are ame however even in this slandering age l to Are disposed to do us Justice. 8 a Short Timo ago we had the pleasure of travelling from Columbia to with. B. Latrobe esq., the intelligent chief d no incur of the Baltimore and Ohio rail fir it n Vuu a Vui Ilij. Vii ilm iving at al Luil a1 Sec were about to part lie said to us you have a first rate Railroad it is the Best a Railroad i have Ever travelled Over in the Southern. Well this was truly a Sheering. A Short time after this we Wero on our Load with Iii am Hutchinson esq., the f resident of the Savannah Valley Load lie k Aid to us " you have a first rate Railroad d it you have been prodigiously his was another Green spot. To any we were on the Road with we. A it to or t7 Flat and near 1 a in dirt 5 Lidge or Rabun Gap gentleman 51 who Lisis been connected with railroads for he last Twenty years. Lie said to us in Plain ind positive terms " your Stock is obliged f o pay for your Road is the Best managed Oad i have Ever known in my this too j Vas Gratifying. " Vbk Itas. T october 16, 1854. I Komi tin in Hal xxi Lent l a less f astonishing fog ism. Messes. Editors your paper of the \ 1.3th instant is at hand and surprises the i Leople of Richland District not a Little. R Why sirs Yon mow us Down As the Cradler 1 Loes the Green grass of the Meadow. You first take a wide sweep against our practice t f buying and Selling votes do you not � Enow that this is a time honoured custom ind that our Sand Hill population look to the r Eason of elections with the same expect 1ion that some of your planters look to the gathering and Sale of their Cotton crops ? l Rue the receipts May not in some instances e the same but from fifty to an Hundred Flo Llars for a vote with groceries also for the j Amily is something for a poor Man from u to to five Hundred dollars to a prominent n ind Active for his influence 1 and Lubor is not to to. Slighted j and from f Ive to eight Hundred dollars to a grog shop deeper is to say the least of it a pretty speck l my would you have these people refuse these. Mug Little sums ? and would you have the c District at Large refuse from thirty to forty 1housand dollars merely to comply with some Antiqua cd notions of yours on the subject c f elections ? pshaw Iny Good sirs you c ire behind the age to Are fully a Century i Iliad of you. As to our practice of inviting gentlemen rom other Virt Init into in. S " i i elections tis n sociable and hospitable Cuso of ours that44 has existed so Long that he memory of Man run Neth not to Tho custom Peculiar to our Dis " Rich and one that must Challenge Tho Admi Ationo the world is this some three or Offir weeks previous to our election Tho i 0 al candidates Send out agents to scour the District and gather Tho dissolute and Vaga so Nap Ian a a in x 1. A a a. A i Wavu i Tuo Cuiji Imily la Tuur 10 places vulgarly called Bull yens whore they free in continual rounds of pleasure until the b1 a of election when they arc marched to to polls by mpr their keepers. Who i Besnot compliance with the h in Jato rank m3y " when Toimi Kest n i cans Issow the maimed the lame Boft to a Rococo with Unur riot Vnti gel fling is at our grand Jur because for a the they Are before you in Rector unending in opening of Ted Flave not now that the Sunjo to Only no on which to .p9brb act to s re Akopp the Ion a of Loffl to Anreee re disposed la the fugitive 1 ,?l�si4ifchioe Opic Wneta Turret with Thimuoi was by a correspond Erit of the Charleston stand writing Tom Newberry narrates Tho j " in passing along i Learned that or. Mar 01 All who lived Somo eight or nine Miles off id been robbed of five Hundred dollars. Ii 0 Linon attached itself to a poor scamp by the inc of Dickinson who had been about ice for some time and to whom the Doc i r had shown considerable kindness. He c As out of employment and being a Serin ugly inoffensive and tolerably intelligent lilo the doctor undertook to teach him inc Branch of Tho medical profession and j is usual with those who find a helps creature who seems not to have the prudence to take care of himself had fed tul clothed him for some considerable time. 1few Days before the loss was discovered r Ickinson took a horse from the doctor s j Siblo under the pretence that he was going j the House of a neighbor Rode to the depot x k passage for Columbia up at the Jon Graffte House deposited tour Hundred Ollars with or. Ewart manager bought a be suit of clothes and treated some no t Uain Tances lie fell in with there like a Rince. These facts coming to the knowl Inge of i r. Marshall he went to Columbia 1 All haste but found that the Man had it off to new York. Lie had purchased Check from the Branch of the state Hank i however for three Hundred dollars the Payne Ito which May probably be stopped. Telegraphic dispatch having been sent off or this purpose and May perhaps be aved. If taken in Trio presentment of the draft he May possibly be brought Back thu state for Well Tom my son you Are now sixteen and have sown your wild Oats which will of lawyer or a minister 1 Well As m not the Man i used to be say Mie or t is easier to preach than to practice. Tic Citlai . . 19.Cotton ranges from to81coli Muia oct. 18.tlic news from liver Tolby the Baltic which came to hand jes Only morning gave a fresh impulse to the Narket and throughout tic entire Day prices my a decided upward tendency amounting to i full i cent on Trio finer qualities and j to � n the middling Ami lower grades. Some 200 mles sold at from 7 to 9 cents. Stock of Bacon on Sale in our Narket slight and the demand continues Good. Ive quote 9 a 0j for hog round sides 9a 10� Lams 11 a 12� and shoulders8 a 8a. Price of Corn ha3 been looking Lown during the past week and we now quote in ii 03 c1m1l3 per u11si1cj. flour Market Litis been Dull Duin the Post week and prices Are decidedly Ower than they were it the into of our inst quote a $7 for common to Good minds Fine it �7j per bbl. Sack flour 13i n $3$ per 100 pounds according to Quality. Consumption is without dou lit the most 1 carefully fatal of nil diseases except Eidem is annually carrying thousands to untimely j raves. Tiow often could the ravages of Thi Sirch destroyer be prevented if timely Mcnie lies were used in allaying the inflammation by an Ordinary cold. For coughs Olds sore Throat and All other similar disused Stabler s Anodyne Cherry sex 4 act tyrant has no equal. It is not Rucconi embed As infallible but medical men and oth is who have used and administered it Bear 1 testimony to its extraordinary Efficacy. It is now 11 to be a Good Medicine and As such is i flyer cd to the Public As also Stabler s i 1 us ulcer cordial for diseases of the Bow i is. See descriptive Painch lots to to Lead Antis of the agents. Price of Agaj Tonly 50cuts a for bottle or six bottles . Ii. Stabler pc c0o Fps cretors wholesale druggists Baltimore. I old by do. F. F. Gary Cokesbury Wardlaw pc a in Abbeville c. Ii. 1 Hall aim al Sakkal. Be co.,wholesale agents Charleston my by merchants generally. Oct 13, 1864 232wobituary. 1 the 19th inst Elmira Haugli of Mark and Mary Cooley in the 13th year 1icr age. She had been afflicted in her head for a timer of years which at length baffled Nedical Illand terminated in death. Fop one booing she was very pious and devout possessing very amiable disposition and a kind Fortiy temper. Though Fuffer Irig under the intent i st snort no agony she almost with , expressed an1 interest in Jesus Sudi planted to go Home to heaven and be Wail i Bafile Brothers and Sisters that had go Are Liam a when death visited the a and birdied May his Little son Lia thai fort Forton Sii self i Samll go to him but to turn to May a similar transporting tap Irons thought Comfort the i other and Mother the deceased together Brit Hui Hor and Sisters playmates and Fried fila. Farewell dear Loving one Farewell but Only for a time 1 han/1 ikan ttrn1 " Van a Wuhu Viiu u Wuu Soili la heaven s hallowed clime he a waiwk0, a Tok Academy v " i c ensuing year. = offers will to received by e Secretary fifteenth Ber r direct to Whitehall Abbeville b. 0 Poi lid. Of a r Vic Vav. "-.v, v a very desirable residence for Sale. offers for Sale on very reasonable terms Tho Plantation where a lie now a pcs containing370 acres i Abbeville District lying cast and a tail of the court House with a Good two Stott Welling with 9 or 10 rooms All necessary outbuildings a Good l each and Apple Orchard Ith a variety of other fruits. Mijso a valuable Plantation containing i560 acres for Sale to cheapest land in the District on hard Labouf Reck just below and adjoining the Whitehall ads. Doth places if not previously disposed will be offered to the highest Biu def of the ourt House on sole Day in november next James Carson. Wet at i�04 242w administrators Sale n pursuance of an order of tic Ordinary of Abbeville District ill be sold at Trio later Sci device of John o. Martin deceased about 8oiles West of Abbeville c. A commencing on londay the 27th of november Neit tie personal estate of said deceased consist one Hundred and forty six negroes Zeuty Sertl mules a pair of store Sand car Page a splendid Lorse and buggy about oils indred Liend of cattle two Yoke of Ozeit awl lie Stock of blogs about 275 Bales of Cotton Rhren thousand five Hundred bushels of Corn i Large Quantity of fodder shucks Oats an Cotton seed household and Kitchen furniture Plantation and Blacksmith tools five Rol wagons and Ninny other articles not Ceuta edited. At tic nine time i 1 to rented out to Tho ensuing year the Plantation of said Sale will be continued from Day to Day until the entire j property is disposed sums under ton dollars Cash for All sums Over ten dollars the purchaser willbe required to give Bond and approved soc Rily and no article delivered until the terms of Sale arc complied with. B. Y. Martin j. ,. Mary a. Martin \ am october 17, 1854 246t sew fall and Winter Ward & Bur Chard Augusta Georgia Are now receiving their fall and Winter supplies of new and fashionable goods and will be prepare to exhibit Many novelties in dress goods aft ecu us a general Supply of household invite attention to the following Paris Jacque and opera flannels new one Juc flannels both Plain an figured Lupin s Moth Delaine and Merino All s Black bomb Zines and Moos Delaine Lupin s Black and White Liallies Ltd Eli All Wool l Aris Delaine plaid and figured am ican Delaine All the new designs very elegant coloured Silks in brocade Plains and stripes Satin l Laid and Chunc striped silks6-4 High coloured Poppins scotch plaids Black italian and inf Etc Silks Rich Lustre Beautiful French and English l rings Gingham and Cachinero de Decosse Superior Welsh silk Warp and Saxony White Crape Cashmere and Bay state 31 alg embroideries of every description laces an edgings Hes idea a general assortment of housewife and servants goods. Lioy respectfully invite families wishing t like their fall and Winter purchases to i Vellier Stock an examination. Orders confided to us will be filled promptly and faithfully. S j Augusta gra., oct. 19, 1851. 2-t of. Administrator s Sale. Monday and tuesday the 13th and 14th. U. Iivo Rizui i next Uio administrator f the estate of Enoch liar More deceased will toll fat Jar More a turn out on the Green. Tilie and Columbia Railroad by Public auction lie personal property of said deceased com rising. Twenty negroes � 26 shares in the q. A of , s in Fri Coli the assessment Baa sums of five dollars a Dander vill be Cash above five dollars Cre Dicj by giving note Anda roved sororities. A d. I Donald a my Jiin c. Williams october Jig. 1851.tow Banner copy twice. T ii i ii to sheriff s sales. By virtue of sundry write of Fieri fac Ute re to to directed i will sell at Abbeville the first leg of land mor i a the property of Knohr Roa Iiene of Tunoa Fjar pm re Hong fold rat Jim siv5yitia8siiu a notice of a8sl6klment. 381btice w hereby Given that a rita thu bams oed unto menu his Law 1 Fly tor to Benefit of hit creditor v Van a Bei afe

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