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   Aiken Journal (Newspaper) - April 25, 1874, Aiken, South Carolina                                PER ADVANCE VOLUME The corporators of the Peoples Written for the Hies when other forms are And when my voice thou dost not hear In answer to thee When other hands clasp And other eyes than mine Are smiling on Miss morning dewdrops stone tike tears within those eyes of this farewell and and flcwers rejoice And sing Gods praise with joyous yoice In inend and shadowy when bright and fair on high The evening star lights up the And regards the silent earth When joy and laughter fill the air When moonbeams gild the roses And all is lovo and Mies When many a mile of land and sea Shall part darling from f As oftbefore And in thy dreams of joy divine Link Loves soft name with mine and For we may meet ho President lias vetoed the currency bill which fixed the maximum at amount of United States notes at and National Bank bills The pressure from the moneyed from New Bos ton and proved more potent with President Grant than his phrase about his having no policv to urge against the will of the people as expressed by the majority of The President intended at first to approve the currency if the truth were it would estab lish the fact that the veto was not so much the result of conviction as oi a vacillating and timeserving policy to accommodate the moneyed interests of the We do not mean to say that the President was but wo do mean to say that his backbone weak and that he was absolutely fright ened by the moneyed interests of New England and the Middle States into a o veto of the currency Owing to the great rise in the 4 i JOURNAL received valuable information and useful from the contributors to your Welcome weekty I you my views on soijipg hoping they may draw attention to a very important and induce at least farmer the experiment this Of it is understood by green soiling practice of keeping animals J in stalls or yards and feeding greone If it is profitable in rich as ample experience and innumer able experiments have soil ricli in genial sunshine and warm but poor The proper limits of a newspaper article will not permit any long arguments to prove that were the custom of soiling universal it would be the means of saving millions of dollars yearly to this State but the fact is so obvious and so easily Demonstrated by each individual inter that I unhesitatingly affirm that it would double the value of the reul estate of South Carolina in five and quadruple the proohiction of the tilled land in the same and free us from the canker that is eating the vitals of every farmer that uses commercial fertilizers Quincy tersely enumerates the advantages to be Saving of fenc better condition of greater production of milk and and what we so much require in this coun the attainment of manure and im provement of the With Indian our invaluable cow pea and the recent 1 introduced Japan and and other plants adapted to Southern we have ample resources for a succession of green focd from January to When tips system is once adopted can produce the same quantity of cotton on half the land now run and do it with half the and be independent of the poor of which there is such an universal and what is palatable truth to us we can save money and sell at prices for I and am ready to that the land about Aiken has and can pro duce three bales of cotton per but is only done by the use of stable manure or its And the only way to procure that is by keeping and the only way to keep stock is to If you should deem this worthy of pub and think it of general I will send you a good way to accom plish this with the method of cultivation that experience has demon strated to be As nothing in this world succeeds like it icing very I hope this crude articlewift elicit and induce of our experienced fanners to give of their Mississippi great suffering is ap A laige number of people from the interior townsofthe State have left for Charleston to witness the Schuet or Peoples which commenced there will be The details of the inauguration of the merry as the Charleston augur well Wits Al though German inifc origin and incep the native citizens of Charleston and the adopted citizens of other climes enter into the spirit the occasion and participate in its thus giving it the character of a Cosmopolitan rather than a metropolitan In the long list of military that pa raded to inaugurate the as published in the Charleston we find the Social Mounted German Carolina fofle Charles ton Washington Sumter Rifle Palmetto Washington Light Wagner Irish Rifle National Montgomery Guardsand enough to make up a small This feeling speaks wellfer City by the always for its hospitality and social Popular amusements like the one now so happily begun in Charleston should to fostered and en prehended and now felt in Under date of the 17th instant theGov ernor applies to the President for stating that six or seven of the largest parishes are under water and thousands of white and suffering for food and The river still con tinues The President replied Congress being in he clined taking action in the but would cheerfully carry into execution any plan devised by that body for the alleviation of the suffering On jflie in Morey of supply fordeceased had virtually ace andclothing to the people madetfroaTthe Republican and says i Simmer been a resident of Accommodation Railroad will meet at Anderson Court House at an early This road proposes to connect Walhalla with by way of Ander intersecting the Augusta and Hartwell Road at some point beyond the Tugaloo municipal election in Edgy field was a close the Democratic candidate fur Ad being elected by one Only two wardens were The rest of the candidates received the same num ber of and another election wil have to be citizens of Luke Beaufort gave a dinner recent y to at which harmo ny and good feeling Myers himself according to the report in the which was at least a singular position for the A cotton factory is to be estab lished at High Anderson Fifty thousand dollars have been and a much larger subscrip tion is A meeting of the stockholders will take place at High on the 25th who lives near Clin was met on the highway by a in broad and robbed of six when the people of every na tionality and all shades of politics can lay aside their prejudices and themselves as Aericim lumbia Union A Radical Port Royal C Elliott and the eulogists at On Saturday four al most besides delegations from two or three in Convention at for the purpose of consid ering the advisability of organizing a County Council of These Granges were William Master Elzy Master i Pleasant Rush Master and Tillman Small delegations rept resented the Willing and one or other And one of the first objects proposed by the Grangers was carefully attended to on this occasion that the bringing in friend ly and intelligent that large class of have in all the past lived comparatively iso ihe farmers and planters brought with them to Johnstons on this day their their and their daugh thereby promoting the higher social with all its beneficial The Convention assembled in the up per Hail of the Johnstons which is the place of meeting of Lotts was organised by calling William Master of Lotfcs the and requesting Esq Lottfc to act as The object destitute by the inundations of the Mis sissippi river and its tributaries which was referred to the Committee on Mili ary with leave to report at any Ths Radical reconstructed States have given all parties a great deal of Arkansas has now come to the front and claims public The Radical Governor seems determined to hold as was attempted in while the legally elected Governor calls on the people to respect his Of both had adhercnts and there is imminent danger of a conflict of Radical besides being a most rascally outrage from the has proven a failure f on general prin It is upon the authority of the Department of jthac the amount muscular force in the Coun try available for agricultural labor is reK atively it not actually and that it bears a smaller ratio to the work expected of it than But aK though every year it becomes a more costly element of it is re placed by a cheaper mechanical which lessens the amount of muscular and increases the amount of thought and attention and so elevates agri cultural The Massachusetts Legislature has elected Washburne United States to fill the vacancy occa sioned by the death of He represents what is known as the respec table branch of Massachusetts Kepub4 He is said not be in accord with and is understood to be not in sympathy with the adminis tration of President Here are the squibs on If Sumner had been a resident of South not have been elected to the office of Representative from Beaufort for he would have despised the artsand means necessary to success He would h tve been hundred she had with The robbery took place within sight and hearing distance the John was shot and neat the residence of James in York on the 10th by Walker who was at the time laboring under an attack One last week WAS J of the meeting having been briefly stated by the Master Clarkr of offered the following which were and afterwards unanimously a Council be bv enrolling the names denounced as a Democrat and lebsl by the very men who voted so enthusiasti cally for the And that is so The few honest men who have taken a prominent amonir South Carolina Radicals find that they must either gire up principle or give up pre General lythey take the Charleston immigration lies the surest and speediest hope of relief from negro and scallawag rule in South The people are appreciating this In Edpefield an immigration society has the bodyburning Pagans When the idea is the obsequies of aristocratic individuals will be creniede lacremeation wont they If the cremationists have their way the number of ashcarts will need to be in And how will it sound to hear the ashmen ring their bells and bawl Bring out your motherinlaws ashes been formed for the purpose of intro ducing immigrants into that The society proposes to give way the or sell it to immigrants on such reasonable terms as to induce them to settle in By the co operation of the loading citizens and proper management by the im migrants cun be readily induced to set tled Other counties in the State are moving in this with fair prospects of A colored woman of Clarendon county was loading a gun tof shoot a hawk a few days when it was acci dentally inflicting a fatal wound on one of her aged about six There was no shot in the gun at the time of the and death is supposed to have resulted from produced on the head of the child by the force the powder The finest field of corn we have seen anywhere this we saw on the farm of Charles of this The field contains about five acres and the corn will average at least one foot in Hiff is one of the best small farmers in this hh corn for a number of years averag iog from forty bushels per Walterbora Mullins aVLan ed by thieves and robbed of able amount of goods and Death to The New York Tribune gives it as its opinion that the indications of a serif break up in the old party lines iff case what it calls the inflation schemed becomes law are growing stronger every says Republican journals in all sections are party leaders that they are in the most serious crisis since the re and thatif the Republican Con cress and a Republican President takes the side of inflation the partys doom will be There is something on the same line from the New Haven Journal Courier That paper says We trust that the Republican party will not be found wanting in this U cannot afford toweaken itself much more than it already Many ot its old friends have deserted it and verv many more are only waiting to go if the party shall prove faithless to its principles in this trying Let the party do so if it dare The most remarkable utterances in this way are from which undertakes to forecast the future Republican Referring to Senator Mortons position on the finan cial it predicts the destruction of the party Tniawas the faith of the This was the solemn pledge of the Re publican bound by its word to make prompt provision for the redemption of the greenback Under the lead of Morton in the it has in the words of his re fused to do The party has its vote passed a bill which departs from the principles of honesty and We that Conkling for the great mass of those who have hitherto supported the Republican and that Mortons if if pre will certainly destroy that A writer in the New York Graphic intimates that Livingstones in Africa and his frequent disappearances was the tact that he was He thinksthat his late unsatisfactory account of his travels demonstrates such a state of this Council shall not claim nor exercise any authority than as afc Advisory ratio of CouneiishaU be one for every five members saw Grange composing said These reso utioris having adopt and names of representatives enrolled Master ofLee was elected of the and of Little Saluda And the first meeting of the Council was ordered to be held at Johnstons on the third Saturday of June at 10 At this it is to be hoped that every Grange in our county will be ably and earnestly represented without thought of or or cere or or official atten tions but remembering the cowman and appreciating the marvels that may be anywWe and every by sea and in as as in by associated Repeated for Ijquors compels me to again give notice that I do not deal in the article in any nor will I furnish it Par ties desiring it will oblige m0 by sending their orders elsewhere but for fancy or staple choice confec tionery and fine I am naosfe hap py to fill your guaranteeing lowest prices for same grade pfr Invalids rcqwring beef tea should use Bqrdens extract of itt is a superior and inneli cheaper than the For sale at Satterth rye of superior at SattetthwaitV AaotW invoice tertEwaitV l V Fresh C wheat Jour at 4T AOw   

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