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THE INDEPENDENT PRESS*
M rUBU?UKi> EVERY 8ATUIU) A^UORNINO.
O. o. PtJOBOBTT,
likeHation*, fvil ih nothing which
they boldly attempt) tehen mutained by virtunim
purponr, anddrtcnnilitdrtaolulion.?IIf.nrv Clj^Y.
" Willing to praim,}ffl not afraid to blame."
Terms?One Dollar a Year, in Advance.
SATURDAY, - - NOVEMBER 8, 1854.
Godey's Lady's Book.
The November mmiber.i&a casket full of
grins. IIow niiv lady cttn refrain from suV
scribing to Godei/s Lady's Book, pas.?e<
our comprehension. The now volume begins
with January, and then is an excellent
time to infcqpdiirc ypurstlf as a patron.?
L. A. Godey, Philadelphia. Price $3.
<A branch or two of very tine cotton has
been exhibited to us l>y Mr. I. uevlis.
W$ .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 Mr. Devlin.
The Railroad Meeting.
We would remind our readers again of
the contemplated railroad meeting on Monday.
If an exhortation from us would like?
? 1__ i ' _nrv . i vi 1 i f i i., v.
>y uiivu nuy tsacci-i we glioma ieei HKe "lei-,
ting off" a column or two ; but we kudw
tbis is a " hhxd-Jistcd and stiff necked" gcii.
. eration, and we content ourself with the consolation
of having discharged our duty iu
regard to^the matter to the full measure of
* . " V Advertlsemants.
"Walker Newberry, are scientific
merchants?they know the science of
advertising, which is synonymous with success.
"&o what they say for themselves in
Mrs. Mart Roiiertson offers a fine tract
of land, well improved, with a good mill, for
Another discrcct business man is Mr. S.
T. AoNEvr of Newborry. Don't overlook
bis modest card, as you go aluiig.
Soino very important sales by the Sherifl',
aB ordered by the Ordinary, are advertised
to take place on sale-da}- in December.
The Commssioners of the Poor give notice
of an election for a Steward and Physician,
on the 18th instant. . .
Ajeatn ot Gov. Burt. ,
Tnis melancholy announcement will he
found elsewhere in this week's issue. We
feel peculiar sadness at the fate feof Mr.
Bcrt. lie had been in the back ground of
life for a good while,.and just as his star
began to ascend, Death spreads out his sable
wings and forever shades it from earth ! j
Sad fata! We believe, from all we fiave
seen and heard of Frank Burt, a truer
- gentleman never lived.
Ve^fcam from the Council Bluffs (Iowa)
Huyle that his death was tlie result of an \
attack of billious fever, lie arrived at Bel- j
le^eii, Nebraska, 0n Saturday 7th October, i
and was taken sick immediately. A com-1
mittee of citizens of Omaha city and vie.inity?wftited
on him on the following Monday,
1 * . ? ? * *
with a view to making arrangements lor a
public rcc^plion, which, it is said, the people
were very anxious to do, in token of
iheuvsatisfaction with liia appointment.
> ? " ' f", J'r ? ?
* _ Autumn?its Associations.
.^vMiinuei wi im; autumnal season.
in tbefmidst of which we are now, are well
. adapted to attune the harp of tlie poet to
strains moi$ plaintive than even the chill
, night-wftKHT wtfil around his cot. Autumn
ever domes to u#full-fraught with saddened,
Jk .oagftotgationa^and. had we the gift of poesy,
lye might, pour from our heart a requiem to
. ;'&e dyingjg^ as mournful as the fabled
^ diTgdo^i ikying swan. t
is so prpgn'ant with lessons of
' tte brevity of time, the coming of de
*' ^ cay jpid death. Around us, on every side,
r.*k - aq^^e'y^stiges of departed summer and j
uavftmi gone?Life flying from the vogotn' ?le
UprlfX and Death covering, as with a snble
' ^Qtt^r-the deaolateA-foreat and field. And
P " J" iMBt' all around ub^IS falling the sere and
yellow leaf, coming ngtfin to the bosom thnt
ent^lf forth to meet-the gladdening
^g^ofrerpd tepbfig, to blend again with
^7^W%ftiaVelements, shall we be unmindful
. ;^&^.as iijUih Chdae' forest leaves, so fulleth
?uf3 hath fallen -thousands ofour .brothers
** ' iVil 111^ "Iiliri but A twelvpmnn#u ?
yy ttot ^ of"pale hor^"^
* Literary Notices.
It is impossible fof its to give a lengthened
notice of one-half the pumphlcts, new
papers, prospectuses, ?nd so on, which we
?vui f*]fin:v iwcumiiigloocoiuracied.
But we cannot bo so selfish as not to
say at least one kind word to those visitors
whom wo 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 Dr. II. A. Kamsav. The October
number, just received, has the liMiie of cur
friend ami neighbor, Dr. John Davis, as
assistant editor. Good lucTc to the doctor?,
and may their blister never fail to draw patronage
wherever it is stuck !
The Schoolfellow, after playing truant a
month or so, is here again. We have merely
..t U P.kr..l.;MrA,. : :o
an entertaining little monthly. Price Si,
per year. New York.
Le Bus Bleu is also among tlie number
of our monthly visitor*. We have not had
leisure to read the present number. Success
to the Jj'is Bleu, the young ladies who
[ conduct it, and the Institution of which they
The Wiinmboro Casket, is the name under
which Mr. \Y. Kick proposes to establish
and conduct a new weekly journal at
Witinsboro, S. C\, "devoted to everything
in general, and equal riyhts in particular."
That last is a glorious cause, Mr. Rice,
and we do heartily desire your success.
Terms #1 50 per year.
n ?j ? .1? / ?.? ?
in >111 uuiviuscmi'iiv in me i^uruiimuil,
we learn that a change lias been made in
tlie miming schedule heretofore existing.?
The trains will leave Columbia, and the various
other termini, one hour later than they
formerly did. This we publish for the benelit
of our readers, of course, and free gratis.
AVe 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 conductors.
So 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 r* ' *
wiiviiu vi liic ituiiu ?tnu company, me lo!lowing
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 Kailroad.
Its 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, after
all I had heard, and after the experiment I
acunowieiigeu inyseir most agreeably surprised.
The time on the road, considering
its length, (140 miles,) and tlint you travel
all through tlie upper Districts, between Cohuuhi^fcitnl
Greenville, is by no means so
slow as I had supposed. Willi the new
schedule, even tliat wi I he shortened one
hour. 1,|) point of safety to passengers, its
past history compares most favorably with
any railroad in the United States. The
cars, conductors, engine drivers, superstructure,
etc., are all excellent. The road is under
a most able tiud efficient management
of President mxj Dti Oefors. The distill-]
guished head of th< wo'k, the Ilun. Tenuis j
C. Perrin, is not 'More known for elevated
1 orivati* il.o.. I." ?? : ??
t .1*-. in iui |inn:u(VII |
; gaeity ami ability in hII matters of fimftiee. |
Ami devrtring ns he does all his lime nnd
I talents to his office, I prediotconfilently jlmt
| the Greenville Railroad- will speedily ibe redeemed
from all past difficulties, afid become
onc*ot tlie most suec-essful roads in
tlie Southern country."
Fire in Chfirl^atoo. +' '
The Courier of Tuesday last had the following
account of n fire then in progress* in
Charleston. We regret to see that our friend
Hiid patnm, L. Ciiapix/Em^, has his es*tal> IjMunent
coufiuitiei).' We presume, howey'^r,
it. was insured ; 0
'ijb tire bloke out about throe oYloek
' thin morning in the work shop
| Seignouw, in the rear of bis reaujjepPr facing
I on Meeting*^ and nAfafctrnt to tftMffaviHion
Hotel, booh extending to tlie carnage factory
of Mr. L. Cliapiu, whioh, as we write, is
in flume*, as also the dwollinjrof Mr. SeignotlR.
j' -The firemen are workjng gallantly, ami
! there are some hopes of JtaTOij?;U)? ..Hotal.
A large portion of tlie ?to<vk of'Mg^bapfn,
ecpeeially that in the uppgr portion
building, haM been destroyed4.30,
A. M.?The kitchen attaeb68 to the
Hotehia now on fiwatxl i'ear* are entertaiaed
thpt the ilatnea will coiQinuuu^te . with
the plain building. -s; T/'.
4.45, A. M.?As w e go to presa the kitchen
attached tothe HoUl ? envaloped in
flames. The firemen are working, nobly,
and we trtirt^ktho fire ?rill be.ixmfiojlhcltoj
7 ?fcnggpa , fiwfcwy % J
Meaars. Gilbert to the We*tjoo WttQt?Wrthstr?et,
U in flaiqesr.:.*,y j
city-is cheerful and stiring?foreshadow)^;
that largo activity that promise* to cliarac- j
tcriso tl.c Reason. Our a<Jverti*oinents.ioday
show the dawning of this renewed life.
Health of Augusta.
The Inst number of the Constitutionalist
lias tlie following in reference to tlio health j
<lAt flu* nrucnnf fimn tlut futrar iu mnrn i
violent- :m<l (In- rase* of a mor?&nalignant
character than they have been at any time
ilnring the prevalence of the epidemic which
lias desolated our city, and lias caused the
sounds of mourning to gu up from so many
hearthstones. \\ e speak advisedly. W e
have eloselv watclifil tin* progress of tin* fever
since its first appearance, and have been
witnesses of many scenes which we shall
never forget until we shall cross the Lethe |
stream where all 'sorrow shall be turned in- j
The Chronicle t? Sentinel, of a later date, j '
gives* a more cheering account :? i'
"The number of new cases have daily di-;1
minished for the last four days?so much so ; i
that the prospect is now brighter than at j
any period since the commencement of the'(
disease. Of this our distant readers mav
[ko? TI1E ISDEI'KXIiENT IMtESS J ! 1
Tribute of Respect. | j
"The Calhoun Troop," at their hist niwt- ! |
ing, adopted the following preamble ami res- j (
olutions, as expressive of their feelings in j
reference to the death of their beloved fel-1
low-soldier, Wii. II. Gaines:? j
Whereas, In the dispensation of an all- i
wise Providence, our much esteemed broth- <
er and fellow soldier, W. II. Gaines, has 1
been removed from our midst by the hand
of death : therefore be it j
| Resolved, That in the death of a brother ! 1
we always sustain a loss, but more especial- I
ly do we deplore that of our beloved fellow- <
soldier, W. II. Gaines, who occupied a po- '
sition in our corps not to be re-filled.
Resolved, That the Company, in deplo- i
ring the death of their brother, cannot be '
insensible of the overwhelming grief of his 1
aged and pious mother.
Resolved, That a copy of these rcsolu- ,
tions be sent to her, and that we extend to I
her our heartfelt condolence and sympathy
I in this her greatest bereavement.
Resolved, That the Independent Press
be requested to give the foregoing resoln- i
(tions an insertion. I
[fou the independent muss.]
The Rabun Gap: Railroad?The Ninety- .<
Six Branch to Aiken, &o., &s. I
Why was the Charter for a Branch froth |
Ninety Six on the Greenville and Columbia '
Railroad to, or n?ar Aiken, obtained ? Was
it procured in good faith ? or, to deceive the |
people, or any portion of them, who are in- <
t resed in the Greenville and Columbia Hail- i
road ? If procured in pood faith, has the '
Greenville and Columbia Railroad acted in j
good faith in carrying it forward so far as it ,
h?s been in their power so to do ? Were |
not the Stockholders of the Greenville and I
Columbia Railroad in good f litli when, at 1
their animal meeting at Anderson C. IT., in i"
1853, they authorized the procuring of this j
Farther: How did the Anderson Stock i
vote on the preposition to survey the route !,
fiom Nim-ty-Six'To Aiken nt tlio annual
nieetiriaf in Greenville ? llow <li?l tlie Xcwberrv
Stock vote on thin proposition ? This
survey-4*** materially ini|>orlant; tor with J
it,.the Legislature, when ai<l is asked fortius
Branch, wouM linve something tantrihle ami ]*
definite to act upon ; ami without it, tiikinj; <
their past action in such matters as a critc- '
rion of what may be expec.'ed from that ho- *
dy in future, tlicy will not he liberally dis- ^
posed towards app1fc*iit^(or State aid. ,
Hut at fain : The yiljago mid District of t
j&lgcfield have-, if me are 4tot incorrectly in- r
Tonlfedj been long clamorous for a'Railrosid. c
(and in all rtnrti'ience, it ia time tfiat tliry 1
were.) ^ What4have they done towards.this
Branch? Atp they not able to take stock I
enough to secure the Charter? There ar? (
two or'three'rehizens of that wealthy and
highly iutelligent DWriet, who, of them- |
selves, could build the Branch without feeling
it. Ami will t>ty not do itl
And again: Why fa it tb^Anderson
Utrows the -whole weight of hef^honey and !
influence In favor*of the Snvankih V?TUo
Epa(l against her pnce darling project, the J
Greece and, (fcfowln* Railroad t Cfcaii J
be tfiitahe do? not see.that every dollar
^ aid? the former, ta^tfdgtlat* mtk5h to V
mfioie her prorodrftv is more consulted h* u
. AT TI
SPLENDID NEW I
RESPECTFULLY Uejr leave to nc?j'
bg^gUy l'atrons of Union, Spartanburg, Gree
villi-, Edgefield, and OLD NEWBERRY, nnd c
FALL STOCK OF GENE
Is now eomplet<?comprising every nrtftHe to 1
establishment?where they propose to purehnst
Fanner anil I'l liter, and to.sell tiiuiu Goods nt
Our (woods have lieen enrelully IjUlvhased l>y
once in 'hit* department than othtW'persons en;
most part lurea-di?which enable* ns to compel
mcnt hi the tipper division of the Mate.
< >IT II BltAXCII AT CLl\'T?>N\ on tho Lni
i ll in u; is c<i any | wMUca w.lli Unu i
We <lo?'in it. uutifocj^ni-y to wiy more, rclvinir i
?inpivc?*tK*iilt.Ml pat i oiuigc extended to us tin i
Newberry C. H..S. October 31, 1804.
me is ever required to commit suicide?toj
njure himself for the benefit of any otic:
nor Hie railroad companies.
In fine : Let the Charter of the Nine-.
ly-Six ]>rauch to Aiken, he, by all means,.
ecured, before the session of the Legisla- i
lure, and if need Ik-, let that enlightened
body he solicited for aid. We would even
[ onvene the Stockholders of the Greenville !
nnd Columbia IJailroad for that purpose he-j
fore the meeting of the Legislature, if necessary.
A tttlKVI I.I.L. |
Death ok Coveuxou Di rt.?A tele-1
graphic dispatch on our first. pa?re, this
inoriiiug, brings the melancholy intelligence |
[hat the Hon. Francis Hurt, the recently ;
IllDoillted (lOVerimr of \\'br;wt-;i ia t\.\ i
Governor Burl was a brother of the lion, i
Armistead Burt, and a native of Pendleton, i
in this State, where for a time lie devoted ,
liimself to the study and practice of the !
legal profession, and also occupied, with J
great ability, the editorial chair of the Pen- |
lleton Messenger, (hi the accession of the
present administration to power, Mr. Burt
was appointed Third Auditor of the Treasury,
and performed the. duties of his ofHec
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 i
Itepublic, who will deeply regret to learn i
that ho has been prematurely removed from j
:he sphere of his labors.?Courier.
Railroad Collision.?Another colli?ion
occurred on tlie Georgia Koad, at Buckliead,
on Friday night last, between ihe
passenger trains. Tiie nj> 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
liolli engines and some of the cars, but to
kvhut extent we have not been able to learn,
uid wounding one of the firemen in tlie
'out. Tlie 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 sjx-ed of the train.
His conduct so enraged the passengers that
tlicv were determined mi Ivm-linur Mm Km
onld nut fill* 1 hint. Slteh recklessness <1<- !
serves to he severely jnuiislu d.? Chronicle 1
md Sentinel. )
The Kangor Whig learns that Thomas'
Drew, Esq., recently deceased, lias left l?v
liis will the sum of $>20,000 for the. eatuhishineiit
of a Fiirin School for I toy p.
~ 7'MEI) I CIN ES OP GRFAT"VALT-E-?'Tliis
if* the term npp1ie<l toSTABLEIl'S ANODYNE
["HENRY EXPECTORANT ami DlARIMIfEA
L'ORDIAL, liy sixteen of tli? l>e*t npoth?<*nrie*
n llnltimoro?tfeiit.lenWn nc<pininte<l with tlie
kill niulcnre nseilin their preparation. Praise
roni such a source is proof of tlie intrinsic
merits of these "i;oo(i medicines." In Coughs,
2o1?l*, Aothii<n. IVoneliitis, Croup, ami Oonttimplinn
in i'3 incipient staire*. Stnhler'si Ano
!ynp Cherry Cxpeviorant in recommended with
onfidence; and fi>r Diarrhoea ami affections of
he bowels gum-mlly. Mm Diarrlicen Conliul lin^
is strong claims upon the confidence of tile
immunity. In tliosm diseases named, liotli
hese valuable med fines have achieved an en- '
liable reputation for tlieir eurative properties.
See descriptive pamphlets, to be had grats
of the agents.' Price of each, only 60
ient? per bottle, ?r six bottles'for $2 60.
R 11. STABBLEU <fc CO., Proprietors,
, ! Wholesale. Druggists. Baltimore.
Itfd by Dr. F. F. GAllY, Cokesbury; ]
K w l Dm iWJ- tvrif Ai uT-ill- n TT
?r- noivi/iiaii unji U41, Auuevuio u 11.;
" ' UAVILAND, IIARRAL A Co.,
Wholesale ngouts, Charleston;
Ind by Merchants generally. , |
,Qc? 18,.:18M 23 2w
On Sunda*, f22d Instant, by 8. Posey, Esq.,
It THOMAS J. HARRIS and Miss MART,
eeond dauglrter of Mr. 8. B. Cloud, all of
Edgefield District. .. ?
M*y iot>g lifii good"7 health, and abundant t
ucccM cnova tha ajfrrto of onr, y9ung friepdi I ,
W The market. . , ;
ABBEVILLE, Nov. ti.?The market U briik ,
ndLsteidy, and notwithstanding a deeHfl^in i
'U HportM, price. !
ere temain firm. Some halfdowri bnyonj in l
ly'1 X . M '.S.JT*.
ieir & 1
uaint their Kriend* aud numrroiis V; ^ jf i
nvillo, Anderson, l'icki'ns, AltWve- vgagsjfi
>f Nortli Cnrolinn ninl Tennessee, tliut their
KAL AND EXTENSIVE j
)? found ill an extensive Produce-Purchasing
, ill fair |>riccs, every article produced by the I
I lie lowest possible living pri.-es. j
our Mr. Walker, who has perhaps moreoxperiKagcd
in onr business in Ilii? place?and the
ii very Micecssd'ullx with any similar ntablisliireii*
Railroad, tinder the (inn of WALKER,
9 a..d has e [iinl faciiitica with our house at this
upon our merits to ensure a continuance of the
jiiuu ii scries oi years. i<?r which we lire most t
WALKER ?fc GJ.KNN.
s. T AGNiny,
Newberry C. H., S. C.i
IMrol.TKK AM) IIKAI.KR IN
liar?l\ia?r<?, Puiuls Oils, Window '
Cilas*, Wry Gooilo, Groeerier
A:c., &c., |
?!"*> NOW UIFew for sale tlie largest V; ^ ]
and most extensive assortment |
of Goods ever introduced into the up-country, I
tiiul guarantees the price of nny article to l>c as i
low ns any house in Clmrlcslon can furnish such j
articles for. Orders iiccoiiipanied with satis- !
factory references will receive prompt nttcn-j
tion, 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
S. T. AO NEW.
Ncwberrry C. II., Oct. 23, 1854 20 3m
LAND FOR SALE.
IUl'TKll for sule ft Tract of Land,
lying on both tides of Turkey ffijj]
Creek, in Abbeville District, about five milett
North of (,'okesbury Depot, on the Cambridge
About one hundred ami four1 ecu acres bottom
land, sonic lifl.y 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 Dwellinghouse,
having nine rooms, all necessary outbuildings,
a liluckeniith Shop, and a
Fine Merchant Mill.
This place is situated in one of the most desirable
and healthy neighborhoods in the District
The plncc was.formerly owned by Reuben
Robertson, deceased, and is known ns "the Robertson
Persons desirinij to purchase land, would do
well to eotne and si'u litis tiact, ns I am confident
they will be pleaded with it, ns well ns the
terms on which 1 will sell.
MARY X. ROBERTSON.
Nov. 1, 1854 2tf tf
State of Soulli Carolina,
Abbeville District.?In Ordinary.
South Carolina, ) Partition. Ileal Estate
Abbeville District. J of John P. Covin, dce'd.
Andrew H. McAllister, Applicant,
L. .1. McAllister, Thnmns McAllister, Mnry McAllister,
^'ariili A. Covin, D. Covin, Jains W.
parties, dcfendnnts, within tlie State,
1. having accepted service of the Summons
in Partition in this cose, and consented to tho
sale of the sai Iteul Instate; nml the parties defendant*
without tho Stnte having heen duly
notified l>v public advertisement through the
' Maimer," tor three mouths, to a]>|>aar, and
having failed to show against the partition or
sale: It. in ordered, that their consent be entered
And it is farther ordered and decreed thnt
the lands deseriled in the Summons in Partition
in this ease, he sMild hy tile >heritf of Ah"beviiie
District, on the first. Mauday in December
next, or oil some succeeding sale-day more
advantageous for the pariit^ isi interest, on a
credit of twelve months, the purchaser giving
ImjikI w th irood security, and a nioitga^oofthe
premises, if deemed neeed.-arv, to the Urdinary,
to secure the paMiieiit of the purchase money.
? Coat* to be until in rmrh
. WILLIAM IIILL, O. A.J).
November 1, 18S4
IN PURSUANCE of the nliove order of the
Court of Ordinary, I will sell, on the first Monday
hi Deeeiiibur next, at Abbeville Court
Hougc; the Itenl Entitle of John P. Covin, dee'd
viz: One Hundred nml Ninety-nine Acres,
uirtro or less, of (.and, situated in Abbevillr Distriet.
adjoining lauds of Petvr Guillebeuu, Alexander
Lara more, nml others, on n creeit of
twelve months, the purehnser giving bond with
/nod security, and a mortgage of the premises,
if deonii'il ii?-?-essni-y, to ti?f ?'rdinary, for the
payment of tjic pun-liuse money. . < j
Co*(g to be paid in caxfi.
S. A. IIODGES, & A. D.
Abbeville C. II., November 1. lflM 'MS? 1
The State of South Carolina,
Abbeville District.?In Oediri&ry,}' '<
Juue Simpson, Applicant, .
ELM. Cheatham, Guardian ad litum of Jason^
Mary, und John Simpson, Minors, Defendant^ .
Order of Sale for Partitions
OX Duo examination, it U Ordered aMnsfrc
recti tlin? the Real Estate described in
he Hnmtnbna in PaniOn'in this cas?, b? sold by '
he Sheriff" of Abbeville District, on the. first
Uon^ay. in D<CQinber j)pxt,.qr on such other
tale-da; us_ will he more advantajjeoun for- tne
>arttes in interest, " on a credit of tto^lve
Months, the purchaser giving bond with gjjojl
?cDrityt'ana a mortgage of the premise^"- if .
leoincj De<*CMary?to the Ordiuary, for the p*y- *|
nejjt jof .tho pqrubase mQUey^-rrCott* to be paid j
-N^Jimbor ' $ ?** | 1
a IN ACCORD AN OB Willi'the *bov? order( I *
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THE Cotnm'uwioners of the Poop for AbW
villo District will receive proposals for A
Steward of the Poor IIouso add Overseer of the
Farm, and also fo? a Physician, for ,the year
1800. The StewaM tfiil liave the care and
management of the paupers, and he will be re*
aiiirvil to lnhor oh tlio fnrm Tl.?
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will be required to nttend to the health of the
inmates of the Poor House, nntl 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 tbe election will
be 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 nnd family will be
furnished with board by the Commissioners,
GEOKGi: K. MtCALLA, Chm'n.
John A. Wik?, See. & Ti eus.
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1'. 1). Ki.kuuii, ) Commissioners!
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Nov^ijiber 2, 1854 26 2w
THE HUGUENOT DINNEIt
''pilR DESCENDANTS of the Huguenots,
X who emigrated to this country in 1764,
will j?ive ii Dinner ?t Now liordenux, in this
District, near the residence of Esq. Moragne, dh
Tuetdaif, tlie Htli of November next, to which
the PUBLIC and every I'UENCllMAN arc rej
speelfnlly invited to attend.
Addresses inay lie expected by distinguished
gentlemen upon the occasion.
October 25, 1854 25 2t
I DO Hereby wnrn nil persons not to trade
for a Double-barrel Shot-nun now in the
; possession of Israel Holt. Said Gun I now pro'
! claim as my property, and that Mr. llolt
| has no claim on it "whatever. The Gun may
be known by its having a oarved breech with
j brass mounting. E. J. TAYLOK.
i Abbeville C. II., Oct 24, 1854. 25?3t
ON Saturday, the lltli of November next,
the HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, n
1IORSE, Ml'LE, arul BUGGY, of P. Jones, decensed,
will be sold at his late residence in Abbeville
TERMS?A 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,
Oct. 20, '54. 25 2t
(Main-street, next door to Iiawson'a Tin
ABBEVILLE C. H., S. C.
T"\7"M. C. MOORE respectfully in forma hi*
T f frienci- nn.l tlic public that lie has
opened n CONFECTIONERY, in which he has
nil kind* of
<tC., AC., AC.,
Usually kepi in such an establishment. All of
which will be sohl at the lowest living prices.
His stock is fresh from the manufacturers, and
he feels warranted in seeking a share of the
Oct. 25 25 4t
BY Permission of the Ordinary for .Abbeville
District, will besold, nt the lute residence
of .1 nines II. Tusten, deceased, near Abbeville
C. II., on the 15thof November next, nil oftUe
Personal Estate of said deceased, viz:
Eiglit Likely Negroes,
KITCIIEN FURN1TITRK A,n
Also, a fine Lot of CAKPENTER8' TOOLS,
and a considerable quantity of LUMBElt, nu<l
oilier properly too tedious to mentio.n.
TEltMS made k own on day of sale.
?W The Plantation will be rented out for
the ensuing year oil ihe same day.
SAMU EL TUsTEX, Adm'r.
October 20, 1851. 25 8t
Banner copy twice.
BY Permission of the Ordinary for Abbeville
District, 1 will sell to the hiuhest bidder
at. the late residence of Elizabeth Ann Pettiirrew,
deceased, on the 21*1 of November next.
the property of ?ui<l declined. consisting of
Six Likely Negroes,
COWS, ROUS, PLANTATION
TOOLS, COTTON IN THE SEED, AND
THREE BALES OWNED HOTTON,
HOUSEHOLD, AND , ?
&.c., &.c. ' .fi'- . .
TERMS mmlc known on duy of sale.
JAMES A. R1C11EY, Adm'r.
October 21, 1864 25 8k
Bargains in Dry-Goods.
mi. STRAUSS, ... . Cokeebury.
r|^IIK Subscriber respectfully informs his
A friend* and customers that he m now in
receipt of a NEW STOCK of_ <"
Fall and Winter Goods,
\t greatly reduce*! prices; Q^ritUting of k general
assortment of seasonable Dry Goods, via:
Ri! Print*, j \ , r. .
do Laines, Merinos, Cashmeres, '
Scotch IMaida. AlrinpAJL B/wt
. SUA?, etc.; Kerseys, Gtorgia
Plain*, Satinets, OUiiroereai"^ v
. and.BroaU C\otfa \ BUvik*U, r.
Plannelt, ant! Linaeys: also, a
" fall assortment ofrlJftafatfr,' totf *
broideries, Ribboas'and Ultnr?s^ -'i
v,: BKfiliE H ^Wand OA PA B^DTS ; *
>?}$&***? fine ateortaiint eKEO?OBS'
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