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16 Sep 1854

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16 Sep 1854

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The Independent Press (Newspaper) - September 16, 1854, Abbeville, South CarolinaThe i Dkl in Dent 1hess is Runny Ikid Kvek sati i a morning. O. O. Puckett or m. Puckett editors. Individuals like nation fail in nothing Tchira they boldly attempt when sustained by Andt Tenuis . " willing to Praise yet of afraid to Dollar a year in Advance. Abbeville h. Saturday september 10, 1854. Male Academy. Tub exercises of the Abbeville mule Academy will be resumed of monday Texo 18th september instant. Reprieved. A Brukl the youngest of the three boys now in prison for the murder of Mattox Litis been reprieved. Court and politics. To Sedav the 2glli instant commences the extra session f the Atlanta in lift mime both excellent sheets will please accept our acknowledgements for the regular reception of their tri weekly issues. We wish for Cash of them All merited i Icess and that is As much As to ought to for ourselves. Municipal election. Tiie election for town com ii on monday last resulted As follows in. H. 11. Waim wardens a. Alx. Ill Miks John link Iuit and 11. W. I. This is lie dry ticket and was Elco. Clieve with Little Effort Anth of the present month Ilici were seventy six deaths from the. J a Vilvins disease. Of these fifty nine were foreigners and sixteen from different Stales in the Union. Apart from our sympathy for individual suffering we regret deeply Tho injury that will accrue to the fall Trade of our capital Eily. Aye Hope however the fearful ravages of the pestilence will soon be stayed nud health and Prosperity again be vouchsafed. The Charleston Gale. Ftp Tojiu he and of Silav. 7th and 8th ins., it Early in Tho morning of thursday and continued through that and the accounts of damages sustained Are truly appalling. Houses were a roofed. Souc blown some washed Down. The shipping in the Harbor suffered loss along the wharves alone is roughly estimated at $250,000 or i V to than Idle it is talk of its ii Cluro. Ami still our mind s Eye is upon some who would rejoice at its overthrow. We not Only do not envy Lite feelings of such a Man Butic unhesitatingly pronounce i innit enemy to our beloved state. Ali. A i. In. 11 1. I�.1 Vui in Ulii i Usu Imit in a i then forces upon us the necessity of building tic Aiken and ninety six h and is soon us charter ought to be secured at once. The times arc hard it is True hut every Man who can spare Twenty dollars ought to nub scribe the widow s mite at share. To this great and indispensable Enterprise. We underhand the Able presiding officer of the Greenville and Columbia Railroad company lion. T. I Mutrix made a very Lucid and convincing speech at a Large meeting of the citizens of ninety six recently and regret thai some of our friends there did not give us the results of that meeting for publication. The Force of circumstances compels us to remain at Home much More than to could wish i i in Llic publication of our i or we should have attended ourself and report edits proceedings. We love also understood Llinat or. I ski in at Iulg Eiehl. Ii., on thursday the 31st lie addressed the citizens Here that a subscription of Aho it. Seventy thousand dollars was taken up and hat Here is it probability hat the amount will be increased to one Hundred thousand. Or. I i bikinis certainly entitled to tic gratitude of the entire stale for the interest he is manifesting in this a Dablo Enterprise. We shall pursue the subject in our next. The dinner at Whitehall. Pull slant to expressed intention we were at Whitehall on thursday the 7th instant and found much to gratify and Little or naught to displease. The dinner was most abundant Well prepared handsomely served and As reporter usually say of speeches Vrell Etc ii Fil. There was Onito a crowd of inn Lonu in attendance whilst the scene was enlivened and lighted 1 a a goodly ii Mijoi of fair faces and Bright eyes. Candidates wore out in Strong array All apparently enjoying in anticipation the honors and emoluments of promotion if Manifest Good humor and cheerfulness won at All indicative. That there is More pleasure in Pursuit than in Possession we have ventured in our school Hoy time to maintain and still holding to the Dogma we sometimes regret that inasmuch As some never can possess the Pursuit is not perpetual that thu a Are not always candidates. The columns of the a show six candidates for legislative honors and there is another whose name docs not appear in our paper. There is therefore seven in All. Out of these five arc to be elected. Two will therefore he left at Home. It is for the people to say which live can be Best spared i they Are running a quiet race.110 exciting questions upon the tapis to develop fuss and fever. We cannot inv that rejoice always to witness quiet. � � an Nikii nation to see a moving of Llie Waters now and then. It is he life of republicanism. When there ure questions to he agitated we like to Sre Thorn stirred. Lint we do not like to Sec a spurious article manufactured for the occasion. Humbug hollies and unprincipled Diu Noguit in we most heartily detest. At present there is no question before the people in this Stutch in which individually we feel much interest. Some re forms to believe Are needed but we rest assure that time will eventually work out the things which Are right and we apprehend that the country will not Riff Law n i. Wailing a while. The electoral military Penitentiary und others Are All questions of More or less interest to the people lint rising far above All in importance is that of popular shall never lose sight of this. Never cease to urge its importance until the Genius of learning shall have expanded the soul of every White Man to the dimensions of unintelligent Freeman s. Educate the masses is the first article of our political confession. T 1 " in in my a Uii ivr a Iwuc of Republican Ioctl Pic tic Dis Lodgment of which tic surges of fanaticism never can effect. But we Are Awa from the dinner and in More immediate associations. Col. Darlington addressed the democracy inthe Forenoon lie is an excellent speaker and were lie less contracted in his political views col. By books might consider it another Feather in his plume to defeat him. As it is however he contends against fearful Odds. He is run ning against the Bead winds of popular sentiment in regard to More than one question of National politics besides Tho personal popularity and tested ability of Tho present incumbent or. Garlic Tox made As pretty a speech As could have been made out of the materials at hand and to Tho style lie adopted the materials were rather scanty and miserably worn. Tho cry of disunion and Wol Flias been rung till it has few terrors and no charms. One had As Well undertake to secure his election by treating in cake and playing Banjo As by Dinou Naftz so vehement Lytho very body of which to seeks to to a speech was a Brief to View of the acts of Tho government for the last Quarter Ofa Century and a denunciation of most of Tho same lie could see nothing in Tho past to Rej Ujco his cart or kindle emotions of Hope forthe fat re. But most of oar Reader have already heard or will hear or. and 1it would to unnecessary oven if memory Sevedus to attempt n synopsis of his speech on this occasion. At half past one a the evening col. Books though Labouring under much exhaustion from a 1 severe attack of cholera Moribus the preceding night took the stand and in a speech of two hours sketched the history of Tho prominent Impf tire r other danger could Deposit their All in a cart and Fly beyond the reach of harm a few hours. We have a due regard for urn professional Brethren and usually when they Are attacked from outside the Camp Are ready to consider ourself one of the family and therefore answering As we might to the description in Point of Stock in steel pen and might have appropriated personally a share of the castigation but we disliked to Swallow such a potion and conclude to avoid it by maintaining that ours is not a third rate paper and that we have never practice Law physic nor juvenile training hence not of that particular brain it of the ailing ill i in i y me speaker. Allie Alliv in thus separated Wiir self in a dinners to enjoyed this portion of his speech no less than Oiler portions. editors who like the Wolf in the fable Tiel ird to slay hut had no excuse can now show their Teeth brandish i hoi r strordr., and Rush to Trio glorious effusion of Ink the attempt to produce the impression that col. Lii Tooks denies patriotism to pointy or ridicules Inch because they Are poor is an unjust misrepresentation and Whoso who undertaken a such shallow devices to of Licul his re Heel Ion will find themselves miserably deluded. The people have heard him and will hear him and there Are enough of them fully competent to judge for themselves who know the motive which prompt to and 1 he falsity of such charges who appreciate his honesty and ability to Send him Hack again by such a majority Hall Lender opposition in the next election beautifully we should not. Fear to. Take on cart Load on this prediction. Communications. I tilt i Vail up in tvs 1 a Mars. Juli lors 1 Hope you will extend l i the use of a Small Hapai o in your columns to make a request of one of Ilie nor papers in our stale. Thu f to Rouimi in commenting upon in Taylor Spring discussion i Elaml Between ji011. Ii x s. I kist of an a Jen. Jamks ii. Ai ams ii the Klc etoral question Promise to Lay Leforc tie people of South Carolina the speech of or. I . I live no interest whatever in tie elections of Itie Hind 1 District Ami my Only reason for making this request is to learn the arguments of col. Pm Stox. As the question is of of importance to the people of lie whole state i to Hope the Carolini will gratify the Public la a publication of the speech alluded of Ami i ,.c Mem Tuiai it will he if h meat interest Ami pleasure. Yours s. Foi Tiik ski i Ntim k4s Ihor sirs in your huh a u.,vwv-1.1.jtlircoj ears have been repudiated 1�3 the judgment of Mankind numbered with the things that wore. Requiescat in Pace itis time to learn lessons of instruction from the teachings of Tho spit from our Mouths this treasonable spirit of Hull and like the Clil Drin of Igral from the wilderness return with increased Devotion to our political inheritance. If i have one patriotic emotion it is that the stars and stripes May forever wave Over this undivided Union. With these suggestions and my no Knowledg rents to Many voters i decline As Graceful Lyns possible their repeated and honorable mention of my Nain As a candidate for the legislature. I your fellow citizen Geo. It. Mccalla. Fork Abbeville s. C., aug. 20.igjjm i b a cir xes and Anier Ica Saru very Apt to consider the chinese As barbarians when compared with our own and other Christian nations. Yet we Are constantly meeting with facts in relation to that singular Anglo #1.-1.1. I.,.v, Nuivo i w Usu Uius ii an our vainglorious boasting. What Are our great canal when compared with that extraordinary work of Art the Imperial canal of China which was built by the mongol emperor Kublai Khan and extends Adi Stanco of More than 600 Miles if great Heights Are tunnelled lakes bridged and Tup Necktas embankment thrown Over marshes Una Lour ground it passage. Unlike our canals i capacity is Apt limited to Small boats but Large ships sail upon its water which Are filled by mighty Rivers and serve not Only the purpose of a commercial Highway but Are War in Vigo cd 01 irrigation id 5inm-iu.twrwdvmiablo far cult Ira lion Minoh land Bioh would Lotfie Wuo to duo i the Lua jew been Pronzini cd by euro items. Bank Farmer s and merchant s 1 Hank of Memphis suspended operations on the j i2d nit. Hoard of Folie in missions. 1 Advance of this Hoard from Tho first to Tho seventeenth year is from �15,000 to �171,000. The Ohio Ami Mississippi railway company Ditavi us Ciufu in if i 11 if lev Tim t Altru Misc i their truck tic whole Long Lith of their Road. In Philadelphia on monday a negro was committed to Jinil l y the mayor charged Wilh Linvin committed murder 17 years ago. The Steamer Tim oar exploded at Jefferso City killing 20 and wounding 15 persons. The vessel is a total week. The treaty lie tween the United states and the Netherlands is very advantageous to us. It. Provides for i to recognition of american consuls in dutch ports. It. Is stated that the Ohio and Mississippi Kail Road company have ordered a locomotive to lie constructed which shall be propelled a hot air on an entirely new principle. The Massachusetts legislature at its last session appropriated funds to the new England Mulc medical College located in Boston to pay the tuition of forty students annually forgive years. N i oucf..a Man was recently tried Furfori Rcv in Ireland it turned out that lie had forged the signature of Sinicin who Touhl Neil her read nor write Lii he tin judge tilled was no Morgory at All. Ii. Is stated that the election of Llic lion. I. Lio Lilin As i in i1 slates senator from North Carolina Yasheen definitely or ranged aii l thai or. Mallory of h Lorida will succeed Hin Ashead of the Navy ice Partmon. Col. .1. Watson Yehh who is now in knt land writes to the new York Foj try to less than -15 shillings per Quarter. a in 0.wii\.the Comiti Inder in Chieffo the turkish allies Lias issued o Ders thai a commissariat ration Sha i he issued to the correspondent of the London times and forage to his horse for the transportation Sirlone of the mails compensation of pm $2,000,000. The whole expense Pearl nout for the next fiscal year is estimated at st too and an anticipated deficiency of $2, 1-1,101 is provide for. On monday Loisl or. Pike of the Floy paris.ky., who was i Lien in Lxi Nerlon was assault Cillin Man named i Flournoy a relative of Matthew n til. 1 Ike a Lew Days Lief re had mentioned that. " Ward the murderer had through on his Way to Lluc licks and Linco the assault. A voting Man who arrived at Camhi duo Juer a county Ohio from wheelin i va., and name at the hotel As " Injev. W. It Cunard Daleville va.," was found on the evening of Thi 17th, in tins Yard of the Hole with his Siiro Wilcut m 110 Vicil in 11 Lew hours. Tiie a Testan Tahini has now icon let love t Leth of 1,2 1 1 total do to i of tin brings exceeding Tomt Borer now rests in hard Stone Rock which Lias already been penetrated with to the extent of Twenty three feet a of Trailon court r. Tin Washington oily postmaster having removed clerk in his Oil ice for being a know nothing the mayor of Washington has remove live Niemeh Cosof the auxiliary , for being opposed to the know nothings. So the account say. The number f Jer Nuvi emigrants Cho Char Kedah Antwerp during the first six months of the present year amounted to is,80 5, living More than in the whole of last year. From the. P Veite emigrated being 1in 00 of the whole population of unit country. The Munich journals state unit there is Alla Belmoor in ii Avaria a Mam factory where Asi it of pent is made which pos Essis All Theip Calilie of Coal and is used by the engines on several of the railways in that Donn try. last year supplied ten millions of cubic feet of the fuel. Rec i of the Nui her Ami value of the slave that have Csc april from Wood county Virginia for the last is or til years together with the names of owners As ascertained l y the come missioner of the Revenue in his recent number that absconded is 211. Valued at $131,2110. Since tie pay of tic non officers Udipi Ivancs has Boon raised it is stated Lierck is quite a Rush to us list. The number of applicants is unprecedented. Trio pay of the dragoons is the Best in the world and it is an and pleasant service full of interest Ami adventure affording a Lino Chanco to 6ecthe world. License question in question of granting i Canso to retail spirituous liquors iwas voted upon by the people of Texas on a Cwm Tulfo Btij of a jct Flo Waid Tao arum Eny al to by Roa de Fevo a 8kesvtho Evoh reasons there or a at a re deut meeting of one of the French agricultural societies n curious fact was related. \ of Triner tuck a pen in n potato nil planted item together in March last. The pea pro it Lucid a Slock which was covered wit pods and cite Potuto gave eleven healthy roots. The farm lir is of opinion that by this system it is Possi file not Only to obtain a two fold crop but to prevent the malady to potato. C the Loudon timer., in the course of a recent ? editorial review of the various naval iiiviii1 new i York and new leaven $81,011 new Haven r and a Hartford $51,850 new York Central $07, 181 Hudson Hiver $81,812 Camden and am boy $ 0,570 Renn Sylvania Central $51,400 Baltimore and lii$51,202 Michigan cen t trial $ 5,057 Cincinnati la Milton and Dayton Ftp a 7 ,.i.i, Southern and Northern Dianne nil a quads t$23,800 Cleveland und Toledo �25,000. I i to.i.ow Corres prudent in the Charleston courier wanderer fives the following one uni tar ounce of Copperas powdered j on ii Arler ounce of charcoal mixed together and curried shout your person. The Hove is a simple l it certain antidote to vol Low fever and if adhered to from this Date by a majority of the citizens yellow fever will have disappeared from Charleston or any other City that is nil listed by it in 20 Days. Try it and to i of hands Are saved. l is surgeon in the uni Ted states army recently desired to know the most common cause of enlistment. By per Mission of the Captain in a company containing Tifty Tivo the writer pledged never to disclose the name of car or private except us a phys Ealor metaphysical fact the True history was obtained of every Man. On investigation it appeared Thal nine tenths in.stcl on account of some female difficulty thirteen of them had changed their names and forty three were drunk or partially so at the time of their Eit list uncut. Most them were men of line Talent Sand learning and had Onee been in elevated posit ions in life. Four had Licen lawyers three doctors and two ministers. A Dani inc i Ait a i Loki \ South Alaha Mianof the 5th iusl., published at Greenville says. " the Youthful portion of our citizens ladies and Irene Iriven had assembled on tuesday night at or. Hulling s hotel to mingle in tiie Gay pleasures of the dance when Over thing for a hour or two passed oif As the most devout. Pleasure seeker could desire. At juncture Anil As it. Was then thought very unaccountably several of the Vul Iupati paled Ami left violently sick Ami what was before a scene of unalloyed enjoyment was converted into one of anxiety 1and terror. It was discovered that some Black hearted Sieml had drugged the water in the pail from which the company was supplied. Fortunately no ill consequences resulted further Ithan prematurely breaking up the a have the following state j men i from an nut hortit.1live source. Some weeks i ago a vessel sailed from Turk s Island to time to Boston with a cargo of Salt. During the i voyage the master u very Stout Man died an the mate his Sou desiring to bring his body to hos Lon for Christian burial and deem aug that Salt was a preservative from corrupt j Ion dug a Hole in the cargo several feet Doc on the representation of the owners the custom House authorities took off the duty on Tho Salt it being the i Lention of the owners 10 sell it Lor traveller. A a Keky for yki.i.o find tie subjoined important communication from or. Wildman of Savannah in he . Kill Orf Liis morning an allusion to the ated Tine turc of Iron As a remedy in 1 eases of " yellow several reasons which i cannot now Enn nor ate have prevented me from hitherto giving this remedy publicity through the columns of the City papers. Feeling however that it is my " duty to Placo this new Mode of treatment before the Public i beg to publish the follow facts in connection with it 1. I have treated Over one Hundred and fifty oases of yellow favor since 21st tilt., and of that number not Ono has died Olio commence this remedy prior Mack and,2. Sinco 21st Multi have not administered Ioc loses of any other Medicine. Ii give the tincture in doses varying Romio to 60 drops every two hours in a tables noon. Us of Walcer for adults and smaller doses for 1 to 84. In j of the lungs and Throat would regard them As threatened and Adolv an of ent remedy at one Thero would be far Lew ability from this foil disease than at present. Tablets Anodyne Cherry expectorant is conf of Only in All ugh cages As it rare by fails to care and always gives Comfort and Elief to the sufferer. Citable re digit Ikea cordial is an excellent remedy for of diseases of the bowls and is also offered to be Public with All Confidence in its Merit be descriptive pamphlet to be Hud Era Theof t Easby Jne 17 6tf \ omut uary. V died,-.at of Liis father six on the morning of Tho 8th instant in Ollie a. Cal Louft in is ago. The deceased had been engaged for a5 years past in mercantile Pursuit at wits a member of tic silo aug Baptisti Hurch having been baptised there july 29th,819. His sickness was Long and to his bed for nine week by thatus Ligual disease called slow fever. Yet those who attended him canons lastly Licard not a murmur escape his lips Tud although his temporal altoids were somewhat complicated they seemed to have to Placcie his thoughts. Lie spake not of them tothe writer some time before he had often endeavoured to compose i siting and place his thoughts on heavenly Liing. When risked if to was prepared Forl Atli to replied i think i lie was Buic Dat his Church after funeral services had icon performed by 13. F. Corley who preached cd Sermon Nannt we i n ecu irom Llic voids " for to me to live is Christ to die showing How beautifully the life of Therlee eased illustrated the first proposition of Tho ext alien the Happy results of such have we seen a deeper a Community by the fall of anyone Linn by that of our Young brother. The not airy another word in regard to or outlier o it not ill known in. To is come Unity Tell this Christian character was Tco tether extraordinary and that very few cd mar Iles so much deserve to be Licud up for Imit Ionas his. Lie Lowd joins haute for the first two to joined the Church the writer observed that he was absent but two one of Liliose lie was in bed on the other he was from ills Church meets two Sabbath sin each month attending 22 sabbaths out of 4. Lie was found among the few Olio met on inclement Days. Ave have known hint to Comelo Coil s House through rain through sleet an through Coil did not prevent him lie War. There. Lie Lound foot Vii Ca the. Lie contributed ,.,.,11.i.in i 5hii�i-loi Uio expenses of the Church and tic benevolent institutions of thu Day. E lid it cheerfully punctually mid from loved god s trod. Two years ago the writer had occasion to Stop into his store late a night and found Hitu Reading the we seen his Bible upon his has the f Ali air memberships in other companies Siho Law is very positive on that head also lies arc request cd to return Ali or swords Andlor stars. By Ordi a Ftp " Perry Max 10, 1851. U-19 h it Abbeville Banner please copy. Sheriffs Sallys. Bevirt in of sundry writ of Fieri facing to Nie directed i will sell at Yoi ise on Trio first monday in . R one House and Lolly Otbo Village of Abbeville containing our acre Moro or Luso bounded bits of Charles Dendy Aud others levied on the property of al. L. Pope Ada. B. L. Poao Viiu outer. So acres of land More or less bounded by of. Lyon mrs. Wideman. And others levied is tie property of John Lyon Ida. G. W. Oudi. B. Brunnon and others. 200 acres of land More or less bounded by Iliario Ware William t. Jones and others vied on As Tho property of James filing Ortli ads. John Smith. 400 acres of land n ow8s bounded by Harles Dandy William Wharton and others vied on is the property of will Raags anal eur 4fls. Lenry Atkins and others a terms Cash. S. A. Hod6e.ajf. Of sheriff s office sept. 14 1864.sept. 14, 1854 10 Ujj pfc r dive Likely we fro a Young woman and , r Elongino to the of ih&a&jjwill13iotn Morrison troll be mid Abby Floc on Salo Day in october a exec. Aia Joi if to Wagon. So. , credit of eleven Jao Otu a of Titis a aug 81,1864. I-18 " bagging Tope ,1l Good Sappy of bad Tonj rope and .1 twine just Recei Tod a

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