Aiken Journal, February 28, 1874

Aiken Journal

February 28, 1874

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Issue date: Saturday, February 28, 1874

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Aiken Journal (Newspaper) - February 28, 1874, Aiken, South Carolina aassZsscrn CT.*. ! f H • fir1i I i ^>'1? 'fuji **#%: mOMB 4—NUMBER 168.Ep    -.4■/ I**■    ' ~ ’ 4 imfaenmhmr A' TMS NAMELESS OKA TE. kl t '■ '?■■ , -\ *    '    V P’ A wlW thervjucw »j»nadhn gw? K;,, . A brown thrash tang ill the feetless tree. fev Yet nothing pf summer appeared there, lavY fe$5hi foWea Abiaw L wild birdie SW j* ifMtOOfirt thalMiodioiMtrMD V P^‘ ;fifeMien *ri«rtat%iw*Aere4 past R4|TflW jtsiuwjberv tile wcarj are free* from P-    Awd wee held b v the epell thai the sing*? ■oiNua^i hem ewe be sing, fotfafefeavdeeees merry* cen*! - •« I# I WM thvuiw^Mf* Toiee aswing, I waver weald de Ow mum such wrong. ' *,efeuf« IM^pfaAM wo^ot the Airt; Ha w»<Witl>^ etrri« af* wil4,'jfcjtl!r, •airt HT—fc'n^P'T” i BREAKERS A%E£D, j iv •    . -    • -‘    *. J . • ii'; • . imagined that opr neighbor a parting glass the disparities tbs State—actually did selves decently at a p curreoce. v^e trust it will . dissipate the silly prejudice which has hitherto |trir«r«wei> ■'MW.-nM* <*W» a ‘ gourtwAd” he dinner, aud always takes his share of I I the wine without boing ur^ed. After* fi3e!5?5Ttodri«! filling Us glen to the brim, he slowly, of champagne-KgS! I without spilling a drop, lifts*    iris I lips* pausing |to got tto    >ad    it    ea he Ofces a dainty sip of it, hefting it t„ „f    „k„„    >k.    WM moment en.lwn****nt    him.    which    ******    10    **    A»g**    <W-    1^**    ^    *jj — - J — — — X* - -- --   - A. V- ___CS    ^    I    A__A * — I I ^ «4 a— ll I In Itawi AM Am A el* A •eye in a critical manner, while he nods his head approvingly. Then lowering the glass, he takes another sip, this time softly smacking his Hpty^f%Aen, Hfiig aga ipTrtfHt flite e lets it git carelessly onhis tonkuea few.momente JSTtho key turnoff tho lek, nod    ““y    Me8rtal“ fcoW ^ ^ codol equality among white* lift] |before swaflRglngit, OflJS W®W#j f$ hiiUweiteiC. iMffed ’ with? Mi for.'Ae Nerid mines on:,    hnwfrhiHf frig* mUthlJY '• . • [its complete furor. Ofosing his left eye,    *"    HifiyriW lofctfnevof ^fiMd lrw Mfch I undwmtk* ^ neat premeds to h^d it ^ tow**    rf    W    hoar‘now re- ®™»    I    of gronnd from the ****** IU. Lmtlmi^SSBHi fc    Cn^yJ    Alexander,    %    >hieh    to    ***** AWSVi    a j |^^fifitey “A?fimhe histe old iqtj a£ttr—tRb    bolita    keAdsntowtli se. NOM diqnatiok    br    ctfifiBWs    awd    vrsis fcroknitnASsfc Why-’HkoOhrd ^Ibs llnmh mayU«.| V.v-V ..■•'••'A' : 4 ;> rh.•';. I'-?'-* :;+ :    x0E8-    hill Is no1 longei* n*cem»tj< the gti'«( does he not    adopt --''    — ■    j the Editor rf the AlkenTribtlne ismere {wK-fof Aikkn,    S,    G., Fob. 16,1874:    | powerftl than’ Congrfess-I As. lf Wb 'r^4.'4.': Mn. Editok :riilhe Aiken Tribune, I writer thought Wist' tsose MipimwlsnM , .    • ',    . contained Aho feliowtnyy ra-1 wao-neae-asry fiar Arn Wanton attook I •*“ whom he fcwews toho rentable, I i«g otdoin bf ^®h« ioe hes hoen brehon at last, and Lnnd whose only orimeria hitfljpeainthet Ibis «WNilSlMPWSI^^I^^^| whmA the fnci ^r ’ ***** * **&    •»    ^    «“*    Uw win J****, **£&>*** w i. *^otaJ— ^^^^■^^■^■^^mmMlookiog wonderingly about the apart-1 tectoiouigpt last Jjyodta.eyenum, at the I mnk^iwi.ui.a.^.ji_—  J   ■ ... ilia Til MIKI ii ■la momemt ago—01 that I m certain. Mr PoAbaniflF and Mi» Pm^A    f&g&i dkfu^ ail* i ;!o *>r r t - \    >r H^fWhiXf?} plfnhy of; ticn^^fpplied Trumpet, “and, besides, the wedding -can't Come off without me anyhow}” and Tremper chuckled. gftiw -'.< sanu-%i- n, jrffjl pulyji slipiidr/ he rn v vine that grew such ifinp. /, ffjnally^a •smite, expressive of infinite satisfaction, .    —    —    ^    ^    -rn    ^    ap- w placiiM^his right hand forefinger side On his nose in a confidential way mat dhi says, “Aq old, cid wine, sit j woi th 'V s weight in gold. It would take a mint of money to buy a cellarful of it” He is‘stout, chunky and always late. He was never known to have kept an •engagement at the Mfointed tim^lbutft usually an hour litt^ abd ther^ h ^vdff prospect that pa the ? years go by this ftilin^ crease, ami *#*>&<* } bf musing the soup he will scarcely arrive b>*# wbfivfi [ways welcomea arrive *    Ai.    .    •    » ... H hour he oomet, he is always and makes up for his shqlrt hU geniality and good fellowship over the outs and wine. Of oourse, Tramper is a bachelor. He himself declares be was alway*, with on j exoeption, a little behind hand in efferlng himself; and it was no uncom -mon tliog for him to enoounter his ri*» val, crowned with success aud his face radiant with happiness, coming out of the house of his lady dove just as he was going in to afer her his henrt, hau and worldly possessions. momemt ego—of mm rm certain." ,| M»_ ^eek8n» and Mi*. l»rade ar,yei»-1 j„ hi. fbwner piece, wa* CMunitted, not \ with her A# They searched on the bed and nuder tilating'their expressions of horror ai •    .    ltnlA- a. » i it, in the wardrobe and beneath the ti-1 this a by the “ older people,” bat by a “ nnm- appland. hiss or critieUe^qfipitf^^t0 f \ O I iwL^rMrniAiih.1. , ,<| fore this eveqt came *to be chronioied, yThc. ladies and gentlemen, of Alihan—lat iii ckfff hobody has been injarod by .tbs pc- [ members cf some of the hast families I b|seiit^Ji»y .them-.] that hut fnmfa mi .?^^and'iroir open tim doom of all onr pub-1 ®e®t! Enough | ^    |.    sh^uAli •Utfcl enterutnments to respectable p^le, To Mrs. Harry Watkins and Mr J;    >f* y?    r' I sobjec*ing them to any invid^ Walter Keeble, we say that we can only qoV*B|niU^^ jjWftHiteMiMBBSBfctr!^!!^TotoSr»f    I    »»M*W have beea mi.led, and | We inTlt« th. Mte.^aAtMWW»^Ohr» “By Jove I” Tremper exclaimed, “I my clothe* in my trunk. ,r Hood kmnmRSbm violent attack, came off at the third pull; then, dragging it with him, he dashed, despite the airiness of his Cos*1 tume, oat into the passage and down stairs to the office below. Those persons who caught a glimpse of Tremper thought certainly, either that the house was ou fire, or else Tromper was insane. “Stop bim! Gall him back! Stop him I” shouted Tremper. “Stop who ?” cried the clerk in the office, almost as excited for the moment Tho ennnunooment, therefore, that he j as Tremper himself. ** -    *    would    be    well    to    ca    trust    \»ft£SS&* ■ they are not wanted, and it was certain-1 the sale of tickets, if po^tgble, to the «s- I no^bv tai ste-eeetrs^mi* tney are not wamwu, UUU was certain- » ly demonstrated, beyond cavil, last Mon day evening, that they conduct themselves with at least as. much decorum ip public places as the whites, and more Bu than some of the latter chujgdid on that occasion. The apprehension that thej would do otherwise, and so keep many good people from attending similar entertainments, is simply a bugbear nursed in the bosoms of a few barnacles of sods ety, who subsist partly eau dict!    I tiou that they eau dictate what the status of every individual in Aiken shall be, bat chiefly on the hope of beiag eventually able to do so.” Boeiatiou for tho promotion of aurore- I wis moots, in Aiken, who are well. aWA to C0Qt|>ttt^ prevent the reeurrenee of suds a rep uh | them ontlt give spectacle. To show that we are not mistaken in our estimate of the feeling of tho Aiken people, it ie only necessary to say that the matinee of last Saturday, given bj the patties above mentioned ? waaa Mal failure. Less t.mn forty in a bait which will boid over four hundred appeared to do honor to some really fine acting. Let all concerned beware. Ctksbfe. |3. If sui their pail. I which til hie untiG tic* to I 4. IfT : witheai^l ■ V; ■ -;H:t, '-K: . * 'V aiThddHl in tak» a paper er periedlnel firm the effiee ^ or rvmoving and leaving it uaoaUod fer. Ie j rim* facie evidence of intent ional freed.    A p    ;    *    j ;

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