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Aiken Journal (Newspaper) - April 11, 1874, Aiken, South Carolina i VOLUME AJPRTL PER IN Written for the Journal WOJMTAMS BY SANDERS Man doth swindle and And oft of crime will Because the thought spurs him onward It is for a womans sake at early dawn of Intending riches to He lingers at his work till AU for some womans Look upon the thieving Upon societys They are a curse upon the world All of womans V Look now upon the Who wishes great wealth to Oft with hunger and want he To save for false womans Woman destined to be our Do pray this evil spell And cense to make men thieves and Merely for your tickle O I God of give us aid And do compassion take let not ouv souls be doomed in Simply for a womans Let us feel that Thy Holy Grace Will not our weJvk souls forsake Keep us clear of the path to Which we tread for womans From the 1 Memorial 5ay Mcmprt Peid il Our Confederate Words naturally suggestive of monu ment and No pinnacle we be too no masonry too solid to commemorate the unavailing piUrioUsin we rightly term unavailing as lung as the Cause in which it was illustrated is regarded as a phantasm of the a Cause lifeless If that Cause was and is n hallowing their memory if we strive not to wrest from oblivion those facts of their lives and of their which will assuredly be found illustrative of the glorious truth we claim for them as free men and as patriots inspired by the battled for and died for the as fought the mercenary and the fought the Confederate and whatever honor be in not one iota would wedetract from the subsarvienb battalions by whom at last they were let not the his torian of the war be made chargeable with that rank injustice which would be his if he fail to record in terms far other than those of general and criminate those facts iu their warfare which evidenced and made glo rious the character of the and the character of the soldiers who fought to the death to make that cause triumph Let us grudge to our dead the monument and the tears that annually flow to their in the sacred name of us not rest It has been and wisely that the blood of the martyrs is the seed of the If we would not see South ern truth lose its brightness and its force as the conspicuous factor Southern let us diligently search out and commit to safe guardianship those evidences ofits power to make men nobly live and nobly from the SusquLhunnah to the Kio are waiting to be They will be gladly rendered these talea of husband and who lived not in vain and diod not in Tneir historyit is to ei their Shall we let these memories of priceless worth escape and content ourselves with the periodi cal well done or the faithful ser vants whose deeds we know not of and desire not to know Nrot we She Missed the She kissed the Her warm red lips Weie pressed against his marble For if hes but she And is not numbered with the Hell rise me She kissed the Her warm red lips Were pressed againsthis hueless he will she softly 3Viy and if he be not Hell turn to me and She kissed the Her warm red lips Were pressed against Ms lips of He answers she whispering I know my darling must be For I have kissed him EDITOR April Poet has j said that the proper study of man kind is If books of travel among people differing but little in forms of government and in manners and customs excite a deep incidents of travel amon races of men living in a state of Written for the BY bright and beautiful has dawned already she greets us with birds and blossoms greea leaves fare bursting forth in on the bare limbs of forest j each breeze comes laden withperfume from flowery dells j white music from the woodland choir fills all the air with If Spring appears BO beautiful to crowned with her floral and decked in natows gayest with her caroling from their leafy w if she comes to us how much beautiful must she have appeared when the bhfls of Paradise poured forth their gushing melody to Rreet our season is inperfect inner nature their nature may naturally be expected co create equally as deep an Raving resided in Australia for some 1 will relate one incident of my sojourn Proceed ing from Sydney in Australia to the Bellinger dis taat about four hundred miles north of and about one hundred and sixty miles south of and resi ding there about four I witness ed during my sojourn there a Corron bory or Australian aboriginal Four white men came from Richmond river situated about halfway the Bellinger and Brisbane with a black man to pioneer and the dance was given to welcome this stran T e men alone danced and the black women looked on and played the which burst from three beaten making a sound to whieji each and every man performed the same step at the same cao About forty men stood up to dance in a ring iu witKsix dancers in the centre of the feaid Those inside the ring danced for ten the acinus of the Pelican and When they the dancers outside the standing in couples an iu a quadrille danced their faces turned to wards those in the ring thenafter ceo During my residence at Water in I try this sort of life for but at the expiration of were jrlad to relinquish the ness practically embodied in of u fraternity and and return to the shackles a of civilized if not Yours to INTERNAL COLLECTS EDITOR As the public generally are so acquainted with the present working the Internal Revenue law Tax or as they are improperly through your columns to give ness man a few AH existing stamps or piro on the 30th day of The law req that business liable shall file with the Collector an application on tho preset for the renewal s and procure the Ail to do so must fifty per cent before a stamp can wards to each joined hands and righteous though it and righteously we keep Memorial 1 i J 11 fyr I fought it was and when the monuniont has bsen raised and the tear been shed we having cast one lingering look gu home in We shall have done all we Bnt truth never if the to assert and maintain which we struggled to the was the cause of we have sterner and more sacred duties to perform before we reyc from or our Memorial Duy will but feebly shadow forth our conviction and but faintly testify to the thai patriotism with sculptured column and marble monu we seek to commemorate Didtruth die when in the of Galileo it was committed to thn dungeon Shall we say that the sun is not when the heavens are darkened But why add question to question and exhaust to cumber only witty useless attestation and to insult by implication of weakness the immortal axiom that Truth nevor This imperishable proposition moral nor physical can ever consign to the grave of extinct Admit as we must its immortality or do violence to our we would here make our We should rather say elucidate it and show how pertinent and sugges tive is its force when in the celebration of Memorial Day we would with heart and rniud render clue and sacred service to the memory of our Confederate The Cou federate whatever may have been the political adjuncts coloring and was theCause of Prin the of and those who were Confederated to assert and main tain were soldiers the truth be ing no true memorial Jis conceiva ble that will do justice to the Confede rate dead that does not recognize by deed as well as this sequence as incontrovertibly logical namelv That we shall greviously fail We were much struck with the ap pointment of this day for the annual meeting of the Southern Historical So cietv of Richmond There is iu this selection so ckar an evidence of intelligent appreciation of object aimed at by this Society that ve regard success as When Memorial as shall become significative throughout the South of a work nobly conceived and faithfully there will have been laid the corner stone of a monument to the Confederate dead as enduring as that truth which in their Ikes tliey hon and which in their deaths will prove their sure and sufficient The well done of History will be their inalienable and incontestable title to perpetual JUCJ may be pardoned for sueez leautjfal sffr Spring like that of a young heart its profusion of loves blossomsjrs all pure and uncloud and all its noble To Spring COUIPS as the angel of making glad the spirit with songs of the happy rejoicing the soul its tales of the olden which the heart lives over until the with its trials and cares is forgotten it speaks of Days gone so gladsome and so When the dow was yut iVeali on lifes new trodden way j1 it speaks of that blissful when the Winter of life is an eter nal Spring will dawn upo us Spring time of neverending joy where flowers nevnr and skies arcever bright with the glory of Gods smile where we shall with an everlasting the loved ones gone how the stricken heart sighs for that Spring at we long to cut short tur life and glide into the glorious Spring of eternity Earth seems so full of Heaven iu this glad one might fancy that this angel guarding the gates of Eden had sheathed his while Nature stole Ih I No stamp can be issuedaftertb j of without this penalty bei and the Government holds tfe for the penalty on all sold after that Charleston and taking their share alternately in evolutions of the Both men and women were in a state of and alhough natures millinerss shops were scattered in prafusion where they Eves have ted themselves with ut money and without they ut terly discarded these appendages io and subscribed by theii acts at least to th axiom of the that unadorned is adorned the The white people who witnessed the dance were that with the aid of such so man men could perform precisely he same step at the same After the dance was over the blacks retired to rest in the sur rounding with the bare ground for their bedsteads the canopy of heaven for their bed the world forgetting and by the world The next day strolling with some com panions along the banks of the we came upon two men who had joined in the and found them employed in cutting up a dead log and transfer white found therein lo tie in the coming When bumess first of May a stanfp will for the number of month in which menced to tho 30th of for a proportionate part of all parties so file with the Collector statement of the date first was and tax and procure the stamp first day of or issued pena cent biing letters to the quiring an answer will i postage ing under any in view the experience of a woman from this in Being in and attempting to suppress a she felt a queer sensation in the left side of her which soon began swelling and drawing oui of A physician was but by the time he arrived her mouth and the left side of her face had become drawn disfigur inr her so that her must imimiite friends could scarcely recognize her while she found it impossible to close her left The physicians say it is a kini by the great efforts fhe mnde in suppressing and cive but faint hopesthat her fea tures will ever resujie their natural ap She is now in this city seek medical Repub Crushed white wheat is a nu irious delicate and wholesome and every house should keep arid use a full Satterthwait has the iu to array herself once again in her long lost Eden Ob if so much of beauty pour itself Into eacb vein of and of How beautiful mustthe great fountain The bright and the eternal EXCELSIOR To all new comers and those who are not aware that this popular Saloon is open to the the proprietor an nounoes that he will be pleased to all who will favor him with a will be seived up in every style also several other including coffee and The best of Wines and Mineral kept constantly on In addition to the Main there neat little Saloon for Ladie withprivate The pubho are rcespoctfully iavitod to call Satterthwait adds to his list of goods this week a choice jot 0 marrow Huile the fliiest Olive oil Nasturtitmus their They said they tassted like neither I nor my com panions could overcome our prejudices against such although invited topartake of declined the Jean Bousscau has described sav noe life as the u sitmmum lonumf of human and there can no doubt that the Commune of cap tivated tby the blandishments of such sought to inauguratethis state of It is true in this state of society there is fVatjefnityiina equality and as the Spanish novelist Gil Bias sleep covers a man all o sleeping upon the would have found himself over with fraternity and It is of facts forced observation by one Oi THE Exchange reports mains quiet and The closing quotations 13 poo 393 and steidy 15J 565 Strict Mealj out 6f OUt Of Fodder articl and gavage liie the spirit ito words ofghis tavorite he would have Odi et ar Poultry in gopd C R Ferris k ndGovernm brown
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