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Aiken Journal (Newspaper) - March 14, 1874, Aiken, South Carolina VOLUME MARCH 14 PER IN From the Edgeficld the Tax accomplished any W do that ninetenths of the as woli as the property of the appertain to the tive itis high time wo com plsiinvd less and worker more Tlio present low price of cotton may not i m i which cannot be the present moment rood This is a question which ciierossins much attention and prove an unmitigated The neroes 1 feel ho effutsas well as the Many of them begin to perceive that the rule of the ting does not hemfir confidence in their former Seadors is and by peraeveri efforts it is possible induce sow at to join wi hus in onr effort to save the Heretofore the negroes have been coerced by their leagues and cad TS to vote in a solid bodyy und any vh answered at It depends partly in effect its action may have on public and partly on effect at It has been oharod that our people do not he p themselves they thoy too ofuiu meet und pass a seues of resului ions and then depend on others to carry them into practical Tf the of this State darod to break were subject to LUG W fr of The brings us rhe rather unexpected intelligence of the death o Senator anjong would exert themselves as their oppo more than half counties of theState be carried by Whilst the organization of the Radicals is astoaishiniy co up the Consent lives may be said w have no organizas lion at The few who do make any exertion try to force others to adopt their individual and if they cammt sue wed in do nothing at The object of a Convention is sinnply to consult and recommend to the people some Kns of If the people are not sufficiently aroused and in earnest to out the then the benefits will be very One of the it noi the im portant resolution passed by the Uonvon was that whieh recommends the ot the Conservatives in organization every Party machinery is effectually used against that in self we must learn to use it also not ainst the Republican but as as a the means to circuuiveut the thieves and acoundrols who rmw overu the State in their own under the name of To accomplish this tntist iuaie both au4 do the and A firm to protect any Who may venture to lead the f irlorn will have an effect to encourage others to follow their exam ple and swell a stand should be It is evident that the Radical Ring is frightened by the movement of the Tax and ohers are professing to lead a Reform In their speeches they are warning the party in Grants To How this process is to to effected re mains w be Should they discard the local leaders who are implicated ir will probably split the i they neglect to a large portion of Republican party at the Nortb will declare Without the support of the Federal Aduiinistra ioft they cannot bold together another Therefore the Conservatives and tax payers should be thoroughly and ready to take advanture of any op poitmrny which may be to hoped that the several m of appointed to vtsit will prepare them selves with statistics andtacts which are order that they pros moat notable men ever born in thouh subject bu many infirmities of his title k be considered among the persons of the land is a very clear From a South ern stand the influence of the Massachusetts Senator upon t IB Affairs of this been fatal and dis His bfatant agitation of the slavery question undoubtedly did much ro cause the civil and bis persistent efforts to make soeiirf equality with negroes a matter of Government dhuta tion kept alive infinite heartburning and bitterness sune the conclusion of activehostilities in d o4 To seemexl to regret U is no 8tre AU are opposed toLcorrup tipo all who take an interest in the prosperity of rthe of iheir oin of iffdcting w of his heat and toward lbe bly so the Greeley and in when be snvve erase from i be of the tegu lar army of which perpetuated hatred between But to the in srile of was a hob toosuceessMly and too fivquetiily mounted to be aban and ic was farcically sub line to hear tfee old statesman allude to Sum bo as the dar ing of his He was a man of superior giftsof in ih an egotist of the1 first feolleefy He never appealed IB a public effort wifihoat elaborate and it is said5 practiced before a looking phis every gestureand which was to be dramatically displayed in the Sen To give of his supreme it is reported that during the inquiry was made if any event of national importance had he solemnly replied Yes I ami some what letter today I NEWS i I London TeiesjrapH publishB a long statement signed by Charles Or in which the writer cofessese that he recognized the Tiohbome claimant as his brother the first time her him and his silence was botrght with paid monthly for a and the promise of a thousand or two1 additional at the con clusion of the Nellies Sar is at the in He parts life hair in tfee middle and loofca intensely The other in company with the the Illinois The President was communicative about prospective papers giver detailed accounts of tbe terrible caused by the burning of a passettgefr car on ths Great Western the night of the 1st bv which a number of lives were1 lost and raafty personsv badly The picture of the train rusMrvg swiftly with the ulnfortu nate passengers crowding in the rear end the burn in j or leaping out upon the preferring to risk death so rather than face it in the m re dreadful way chat threatened a terrible For two1 miles or more along the track maimed and mutilated passengers were lying where they many of thetn badly though some mirae escaped At length the conductor stcrfceeded in making his way to the engine and having thetwin stop When it was foundthat the ear had been completely and a number of persons been burned to their blackened remains being visible in the burning A who was in the suiokiig states that first saw the ffre coming The Governor tens made thti fol lowintf appointments Abci trial justice for Chartestonr cownty j ward trial jtrstice forQr bunr J John John Cutler trial justices for Ectgefield Aldrichs of BaWfc has been mi a visit to our looking spirited and Every was proud to shake by the hand this proud pure South Caro liniaar who once put aside judicial ermine so rather than have it soiled while field The Abbeville says regret to announce the death of John af cm Sunday The deceased daughter the late John of and has teen the bloom of life Site of the Baptist and exhibited life aft the i Christian And apropos of we hear with infinite pUasure that an honored and vepresentative of Clarendon fey his has come to live there4kvJ4 in old times a of wkoBe name wats a synontm of South OatfoIkteH towe ttnol These are fcfee patetife of Jfofen Boeeand set tled at Ricfee Sprbg three or join Ihis ufoyeoient it fheir time Wo all know that in otheir Uticiil campaigns arex largely influenced by the use of There are legiti mate expenses which must be office seekers opposed1 to us can to advance the means to carry knowing ihey will bo reim if out of the spoils wrung i he taxpayers but the Conserva tives will have no such fund to draw Our party will have to dependf on voluntary infiel taxpayer needs no argument to him that a small amount advanced for this object arill be the means of him twenty or a hundred times the could we succeed in honest adminibtratiou of af f 4 It is not only the amount which would be directly saved by a reduction of the but also in proportion to the general prosperity of ttoe country s his chance cf With men of ability and chavaoteiat the helm of a new era would cominence for South The obstacles which now retard our progress would be removed j mmvigra tion would flow into the State jcapital Would be more abundant and enters piises would be which would develop the latent vesoureus Which now lay Looking buck at the wo can now ftee that the great error of the previous Convention was in not providing a iund to to bitter endr those who were robbing the State and people unless a fund for this purpose is now we may eriect suck vobbcricB 10 continue for to the reoonstruction much may tfe effected by that Twos poetical awasures should be especially united by thsws To have a Committeg of moder men not a whitewashing C miaiit tee appointed by CongreBs to visit this the purpose of investigating existing condition bt Tbfe Committee should take the evideuce of all but especially of citizens of integrity moral The of a faifreport woald not only enlighten the peopleof the prejudiced agiinrt the state ments of but would also eft our own people to aefciva exer tions in their own They should urgeott the Ad ministration thj importance of appornt in men of character to fill the various Federal in this Stats that the present members of Oongresa do ml represent the people at only the small clique known as the Ring that parties recommendrdl by to the are to suspickm that as loiv as Ring confirms will beiinpossiWe the negroes that this Rwjg is notintu11 accord with the HepirMican party of the North attd that it would be to the interest rfthat party rathev tt the voteof this State at oneclee an unfortunate Diamaiomalrex ft we we kaow not that the Samnftf wrote Piston Brooks she regret ted that cawe was not of stronger Why the Jady left 8towe he all his his extraordinary mental and his singular The best thing bhiri can be said of and it is rure to say of any public man art is feis auJ official fim shadow upon lifs in tMs respect vifflr we trflet will die many causes of disscBsion ano bad blood between Nortd and He was no an earnest adrersaiy opened and Ji car gers were now and by see meu out other taken away in Was a membe back llidige Spriag is fco be congrato Ifcted and sfce citiiee of this we shall a sure o tion than to kur the burden of fcbe was dleeds of the soculled Republican of Sofutb They should urge on theSewatw to scan closely all of tfee and to who are implicated in the frauds perpetrated or who sustain the Ring and especially to investigate the manner in whieh Pat seat in ths the sympathy and support of the Ktipublicanparty and the Administra tion withdrawn the then effect a thorough aud radical can reform Situated as every effort should be to time oionr de LC v i A reaction is now taking at ihe North in favor ot the down trodden whites of the Let aot Ultimately we must sues a conscientious The has cfeiuied Whatever he and HOW may God have uiersy A valuable table of the sttftistics of Christianity is presented in Professor Statistics of the world tor published w New York and In North and South out of a UO 000 atfe Roman and 000 000 In Europe out of pJpiUion of 000 are Roman Protestants and adherents of the Greek In Asja out of population of are Catholics and adherents of the Eastern In cut of a population of are htistren In out of a popu latioiof are Oaf for the whole out of a total tion of wv ttomah and Greek aud men and womeMlajr the for a distance cf f a It appearsfehati not atlacfced to the and quentlj was no way of sfeoppfr the It was running at the rate of thirty miles aw and ran about At a as some ballet girls winds Jonistitiatibnaliafc er great were siand a hot stove in the i reasiug when the clothes of one1 girllost all presenceof nuuidand rushed to a clolies became ignited when they hoeh an upon thestapeand down into the auJitorium Great excitement and made a general stam pede Some of the hastened for a bucket of and the poor sjirls from though they were seriously Fortunately no one was injuraf while leaving the though interest was felt in theacting whieh and every one was relieved1 wfon the curtain At intervals we are called co record the death of Women by the con tact of their light drapery with the The two most notable instances those of tno wife of a celebrated London und the wife of one of our Fire makes havoc but we hear a sug says 4itfThe of South and more particitely the people of are u1 to Col Richard by brig the mpsc ticaly and we on J for 8hfe of tlVe of tW Falaietto His pabllc ca reer has sincB the one untir ing effort to Cbuiuj enta of tbe Australia which might be acted on to i Every man has or should a sharp knifein his with whichbe could rip the clothes of a burning woman putting the sharp edgaof the kntte from her neck to the bind ins ofher leaving them on the while his own wollen clothes would protcet incubus from that we have to his etideaveips have made great and important conquests of Northera opinion ia South private life he is the most ot citis A calturev toof Cyh a interesting hospi tality to all whv cometo get wiihm his to be We not that the now journeying through the were ab hiselegant mtusloft in a style wMhy of the aiwiertrreiwwn of that they sUfluidte pleasuntriy impvessod with the merchantsarid meo gathered together i mi table ttojal way us this is a that every Soafehem city c who knows so well for the r tiful gifts bestowed bjr Aliftrt
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