Aiken Journal, June 6, 1874

Aiken Journal

June 06, 1874

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Aiken Journal (Newspaper) - June 6, 1874, Aiken, South Carolina W m W m fSr fe rliVly NUMBER alp y PER IN ADVANCE hopo ever I though today lac She sunburst may smile on thee to morrow TW theu Art theres on eye will mark Thy and guerdon all thy aoy rew Tho thou must toil moung cold and sordid With none to echo back ot T1 love up poor heart thou dostnot beaten For God is over and Heaven above Hope hope The iron may enter in and pierce thy But canaot kill within thee burn The tears of misery thy bitter never quench thy true hearts seraph yearning iFor better nor crush ardors That Error from mind Bhaftee up That Truths shall dawn as flowers spring from the And love be cherishd where hate was era brute Hope hope I know tis hard to bear the sneer and taunt With the hearts honest pride at midnight To feel the killing cankerwarm of While rich rogues in their stolon luxury nestle For I have felt Yet from Earths cold Real My soul looks out on coming things cheerful floods all the land And still it whispers to the worn and Hope hope Hope hope ever I after darkest full of loving the laughing ever Sprangtide flusVd A GOOD BATH IN THE Them Breeches on the to set in as we that if we could rtot find any accommodations in that would have to walk to to make the best of Full Details of tl Trip seemed to iftni reaching the we iwfcj jherinan of whom we string of very small sumof tyfive Walking on a few ds furtfoerytfe obtained another string MaoWne4eent at WoiMir forfcy cent gave them a ALL NIGH rONUE EGA lttle the Bath with light Aye crowned old Winter with her ad rich Hope hope ever yet the day shall come man to man shall be friead and And this old world shall be a And all Earths family love one another hope The Daily of j is no The editor of the in writing the obituary of his sums up the history of his enterprise in following racy fashion About four months ago we took pos session of this It was in Jhe very act of pegging aad we breathed in it four months more life it otherwise would have tefl we not taken possession of Having nor we into ifc all our surplus and every dollar of our friends that we could but as everybody will it is Wo presume our enemies will re Simon 1C and McNeil but wen have had the satisfaction of ventil ating Simon arid Daniel to OUT fullest did at because we believed them to be villains of the deepest Eitherthepeople of the city dont ap preciiite our or we dont fcfoOTV how to run a We went into the inoss determined to run it or We have During our connection with the Argus we have made some On Saturday i several left our town on a fishing excursif Paper which are situated on the South Carolina seven miles from Augusta and ten miles from Our in consisting of and the 4 oclock train at this and ere many min utes had elapsed we reached our desti On ourarrival there our first proceedings were to borrow some fish ingpoles from a cousin of ours with whom we were fortunate enough to Procuring the our next effort was to obtain some done at W better could not be Hoping lietter luck as we nearedthe poueK we started for jj that point with all arriving were fortunate enough to meet with some fishermen of whom we obtained worms enough to bait our Soon we were up to our knees in wa ter and to get a But all our efforts proved The fish either wouldnt feite or else there were none to bite we presume Lhe Finally we gave up in hope less The more wed fish the more thefish wouldnt Returning the poles to their and giving him our hooks and lines as of the party proposed t hat we should have a bathe in the cool waters of the which flowed with tremendous Soon we were all in the water and a jolly set we made the surrounding swamps res sound with bursts of merry aftd our shouts could be heard far and wide over the waters of the In the Eiidst of oar merriment a seemed to the breasts of the entire party at once to reach the night express and retail to A fisher taianinformed us that we had no time to lose if we wished to reach There was a rush for the little island upon which we had Jeft our On each of the party tried old ootefed fen to for the fish to we took a short walk of two and a half miles to the store of where we purchased a jar of some ci and something reader can guess without much diffi Returning from the we found twentyfive nicely fried fish and two tremendous corn hoecakes awaiting Soon we and it is useless to say whole party did ample justice fish anl i v J The table was set ib the house our very distinguished of the James but whom we styled OJcpJncle occupied sait the and the end of the fable jar of J and the upon which sat pe plate of After having to the most choice picfcleain them around Ihe ere when the water of the murmuring brookflowed along its winding way to the sea when the beauti ful little sandflies began to hum around our heads like bees around a Who doesnt like to wait for concluded to take the exampje set him by the and wend his way toward He started leav ing only and not liking the fun of walking seven miles over culverts and con tented ourselves by walking around the town and inspecting the magnificent building of the Langiey Cotton Manu Imagine our joy sight of the coming around a curve a shod distance from the We were soon upon our way back and little amused on ar we saw the into leaf and at the We must keejji principle in viz that excessive luxuriance tenSitathe formation and woody fibre tyJie increase ill when we caught we riv co who giving stopped there to wait for the He informed us thjit the other pariies who had gone on1 before had left traces behina themin the shape of paper col whereby they could be easily again There never was a more thankful party than we three when the Aikea depot came in Our happiness cannot be We almost wished that we had stayed at Hornei Sweet and enjoyed a night of instead of a jnight of individual jplanf and that it until this luxuriance is disturbeqaiid somewhat lhat flowers and fruit are developed the reproduttion of It is found that litnl trained in this v should be straight and not When the flow of sap is uniform and all the buds aic developed if the uppermost bucfs get and the lower too tef the so that the object ia in a great measure T kr f J is of Very wide applicatipnf and t one thought to dress faster than the Some put on their pants on their bootg before tkeir others dressed themselves as though they had been goingto Miss Nellie Off we started simultaneously for the by the we hear rolling up to the alas BUS Fortune seemed to fbftow misfortune whpn about fifty yards from the island of we have before made we discover ed that we left pants and were making uil to the fcraiu and numerous The iu almost a Georfia As one did not wish to leave the that should furnish that ar he handed us wjiat he called his but what the ones would stylj a nail Jhe keg con tained three Jumps off salt about the size of a fifteeninch and not in the least any After a consider able amount of succeed ed in getting enough aalt out of the keg to seasoa thefishto our and then the way we eat would have made a boatr Lund ashamed of I we forgot to is a Wheeler Wpson Scwfng Machine ing his supper before the rest of the iried to induce U01d Uncle to purchase a sewing machine for his But all his efforts proved The old man declared that de ole woman had else fcer do down aw play wid one ob deui Paying our which amounted to and after eachof the party had delivered an thanking Old for the kiuiness which had so generously bestowed upon we otir foot in our hands as tVe the old saying and out for Luig distance of three While on the way we amused ourselves by sing ingsome favour and cracking jokesat each others When ia about two hundred yards of the Langiey the bell in the tower told us that the night was already far UncJe worry and iKw I sv V oxirs tbis ffipaac fish we will purchase them from some of our fish and game the condition oi our finances will Written Aiken in growng limbs into a former will have our gratitude while life lasts the latter are affectionately re quested to go to With few remarks we take our leave of public and propose to ehter into a field of more and if jod ia willing 41 over go into the newspaper Business fresh lot olive ioil fur sale at a low figure by Satterv we all turned fcack in search of the much much The train rolled off leaving U3 behind in a state of mind aud an emptiness of stomach characteristic of newspaper andwe used some language that would not have P very becoming an oldfashicraed Methodist By the timethe foregoing had and that it wns tiuie looking for some plnec to rest our weary But all otar ivffbifcs to find a boarding proved vain giv ing up in we concluded to pass nigh Each of the party picked himself out a soft putting bis handkerchief under his soon feM into a calm and udnter rupted Some of the party wanted fco walk to but were pursuaded out of it until the bell in the tower chimed forth nlgKt was beginning the hour of and then and arose from their beds and started for home at a rate that would have reflected credit Upon a firstclass At the dawn of when tho little bird was the bough old sejiding forth its sweetest and filling the kcarts of those round gHdness and Unproductive fruit trees may often be brought bearing by a process which has been Jong but which hap lately been brought again more permi nently into via by bending down the upward horizontal and keeping them so Ihrough one It is related of grape trained one obliquely one and one obliquely that the last bore three times as muck fruit as the Many years ago L had a pear tree which grew pushing but never By attaching a weight to two or three of these upright limbs so as to bend them and them growing in that way all the over luxuriant growth was and flower buds the next year these branches bore while the other vertical limbs remained still The of this the flow of abundant iivthe upright and the tendency then is to forin wood and foliage This is the case with ail vigorous young It is not until the limbs begin to assume a drooping that bearing The reproductive organs of a flowers jnd seed vessels are only meta morphosed arrested in their normal and transformed into corolla and 9f f that disturbs or impairs the excessively vigorous growth of a has a tendency it into a fruit bearing That which would gone into leaf into more The practical very ignorant of the Cotton is topped itdkirest theupward luxuriant to force the sap the which being is developed and Many gardes vegetables may be 80 overstiifcalalel by high wise would A PATRON OF Written for the Make the a tag Theje nothing cotton and buying corn Hffe0nf is frequently urged that it does uot to raise Make it a grain country and will Men say Jjpl it a grain at 20 centsi a rk s t you the say with of and at a reduction third the labor and conseque third of the expenses to in two thirds of to make and gather there is labot pense and place of and barns youwill have to tear your old barnaasd build anjdlo the placeof buying bacon fromrhand mouth you have a smokehouse bacon of your own raising and at one quarter the J f I knewa gentleman years done business rfor worked forty for it was in time of and he owned several ricji land well adapted to corn and cotton small grain of all and large merchant Says I to kina you make such large cropa of cotton every year and holcTa fejyjju office in one of the districts in Says I make is the SA S I make Qnehdf e corn and scarcely any so t takes all that I make in my Clerk lof the and all tfee cotton money to buy corn and If lie had made arid raised his and have made cotton his surplus he might have been srn independent mat gut now the indeaae nogroes doue away where ds the ffofit 0 fron 0 aud 0 I had an uncle when I was a small just heginnmg to thafc made cotton his chief woppaMtyrs had corn and bacon to the consequence was that every year or two he had sell a negro to supportrthe Had it not been for cotton he mighiKare made corn andnieat oa the place to have done plentiful and to There Js nothing made by making cotton the chief the have known men that went to raising cotto werew hi good baaghfe and ftcd hired and feoiigbt provision time for madelarge crops of and no visions and the consequence w two or three years they bant anything but will Several meo Last yeitr cotton that siy theyare not ato to makii it ihwycarj and BecauHe they Purely more than would pay the gnantf Therefore make tbo South a t i 11 t ing country audyou avoid these A tv i ;