Aiken Journal, August 8, 1874

Aiken Journal

August 08, 1874

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Aiken Journal (Newspaper) - August 8, 1874, Aiken, South Carolina w The Hops of the BY MAYNE God of heaven has she perished All on eaith I ever Can a hope not yet be nourished Say hope is fled Fflends phyoians save her Oh but knew you how I love fftfou would try your f It is vain is JDead and gone I know not whither her soul returns not liithefri vgoiild I only follow Thither joying wouW I For in life there is no Only sorrowing and sadness Living longer would bo It is better far to Oh tlientellunionoia sorroW Such as mine noverorrow Consolation from the Morrow knows no joy for me Por each some fresh token That in arebken To the tliathas Ever broken must i n that Presses iot upon her brow Hears shVnot my widowed mourning Ko that eye once passion Not antanswer is returning Cold starting at me I have seen what men call fairest Each may think own the rarest But my soul conceives nearest The embodiment of love She is there upon I For not yet decay has though deaths cold is Does she not your pulses oove Saw you eer a cheek so tender Or a and slender Or Such a yearningto caress liave made your heartstrings i And sUeaovedmeshe had sworn it had won my heart and worn it Oh the anguish that had torn They alooQ can1 who part With theoneaud only by naiureskind Has been blended wit a their And entwined around their She had neither Sister Hone nor yet a brother She and I wore to each other All the world and its And front hearts eacfi day By our lips fresh vows were pligh And our with love Never dromt of j Oft midnight I have woke her And her jealous jigil keeping Keeping oerme my sleep For her love was over and bearly For the loss of such Is it strange that I would weep 1 Oh then tell that sorrow Suoh as mine can never borrow from the If JrtTT V MorrowJcnpAvs nojey tor For each day brings some That in vain kind words are spoken the heart that has been Ever broken must it f And I know tis and Most profane and Thus to since fate has Lowly that lovely form Yet far vainer were the That a lifetime of devotion Could allay the emotian Burning now my bosom No I cannot cease to mourn Jlioii tis Gods own hand hath torn And His angel that has borne To the home where angels As I gaze remembrance reading Itiiier dark eyes pamfiil Fresh my heart begins its And life seems a hopeless Oh then tell me not of S u ch as mi ne c an n ever b o ri o w Consolation from the morrow Morrow knows no joy for For each day brings some fresh That in vaine kind words are To the heart that has been Ever broken must in And me I am To But I never can be For by in clrcamVby Theres a lojrebbrn And sheSeems 4o Ijear and see nie i And her dark eye smiles tQdheer With its pure and holly In tfre sun midday Ronnd her kind furling woes to sweetest As whan she was by my side And when night is closiug oer le darkling i an angel watching Seems my In the midnight deep and In my lone and voiceless Pouring bliss into my Oer my fcosom Till the sense is drunk yetvaeningi With a thirst that knows no And giddy soul Half denies it was a Could a love so well united For our very souls were Could such love by death be blightevl Blightect never more to bloom Oh a hope thats Tell me I shall meet And withrburn ing kisses greet In a landbeyondthe Yes amid my Tis not fancy s false creationr Thats a sweet consolation To unite agiiiti in moreto A Record of res An American humorist tells us that it would havebeen money in his pocket if he had been born without a and then proceeds to figure up the cost of a chronic dyspepsia to which he is and which he says it is irnpos j f sible to On this Joslv for he is the party referred to is Unless his stomach differs from all other dyspeptic Hostetters Bitters will cure him in less This it would be under a very actual specifics and may Jbe set down one cases of indi gestion it never Persons siaffered for vyears almost every conceivable specieVof torlure this agonizing have been perma nently the Biters in six of such instances are on authenticated by mony of prominent men in everywallc of eminent physicians among the But this celebrated vegetable preparatidn is more stomachic and It is also an al terative of wonderful In liver luint its tffect is as direct and mi as that of and far more and in eased conditions of the notnbly in cases of its regulating properties are in the highest degree new settlements in the west and alllowlying tracts of coun try infested with so fruitful LID this oi the various types intermittent should be always well stocked with this incompar able which will cure any cae of fever and ague in a period varying from three days to three or four according to the violence of the ooxpL plaint whichare ulways aggravated by the adulterated liquors usually prescribed by are readily cured by a course of this admirable combination la which lie properties cf n tonic andalterative are happuy The Presidents to a Radllcal the Cpmmandmeats CarpetBaggeivaaHe Judge of thempst pronounced Radicals livered a speech county last wcie i rf t h e ich he s aid How shall the growth of corruption in not ohiy th rough but in the Europe as the prostrate Stateifot a prostrate but the It is to be checked albne fHe riominatioii of honest men and caw be any I advocate reform nominations if we buvfc against them if we Four or five weeksagoI visited and at the suggestion o a distinguished upon President taken a seat before do you meaii by sufil you have in South Car6liSi re I hope you that I support it in its I mean that all Republicans are unless it is checked at replied the President And the President speaks calmly of the great battles he or thd iriost stirring events of the1 war in yet when I talK tohiut of South his apparently pulseless lips his Bis ordernd am moving Yet how many i seipuS Of thid county our party organization will go The Democratic party will carry the S tar You m ay say that they eatihbt do it1 but see that they and if no blood is shed by them they will have the sanction1 of the gen eral We must put forth only sood men for With an i honest Legislature and State the public fund would be appropriated to its proper and ive would not see the rulers of the State driving horses covered with gilded their hides like and better fed than of tile voters who put them in may mention that Ihad the hoiipr of draw ins the platform on which our can O didates ran two joars but unhappily the chief pride of the nominee for Govr ernor was every line of All have repented of the nomination of The name of Moses sounded does even venerate name of great lender of the ites r Even that broke the tablet of the ion resembles in that while Moses of old broke the Governor Moses the Tea Commandments The carpotbLiggcr proper he charac terizedas a person to be despised but said we must bo particular in the line of distinction beiween the true Northern man who comes among us co make a permanent home and be a ban efit to the as well us and the mere political had only interest at health The J i in the proper is the political like the buzzards on the coast and in who the the birds of who scent their repast from In is not harm lessnessphey geese of that fly dowi South in to fill their empty and the He conies to bears th re emigraiJ t or tlxe settles among iis tiff the follower of an the plundering thej prey ing on the bears a soldier of the line or the same velatibn as the squatter on the nublic who s J V mains long enough to acquire posscssioii of piece of and moves on to repeatthe tratsacttonjtears to the actual is fa for our steal everything else stealshimself v X Then warning thevltepublicans of to be cautibus in makin ndniinV tions for county to r t f tlipse whoVwere so extremely farmous to iecome after thanking his i rii addingthat the ri i V i V Vl k V ft If An Uiiwliolespme The of winter early days of spring are very trying tb the feeble 6 affect unpleasantlyeven the bust and Nothingxcair be more uncongenial to the nerves or more depressing to tive fogs of such unpleasant visitors we Havecsa m on pritden ce suggest w f j sufficient sanitary sifeguard An accesiibn of vital strength and energy is v required to imeet and overcorae the Tiffi healthy elements no w p resent in thb atfc inosphereTh is1 increase of vitel er so necessary tomeet e nary drafts which an ihclemeni upon the system and the i can be readily acquired by V from two to three doses Bitters daily during the spring The nature of this celebrated restorativeis the public Ii is composieiiof sol u telyv p d iff lisi ve stiui ul e n and j uicef most ious and laxitive roots a to medical To of the1eiezcelient portions L languid the great tomu tali danger cold liver complaint which so freq cur atffhis period the tiuSni The Rural There are two particulur tares about the present nuuiBerof Jfclijs leading Southern agricultural The front a very handsotue giving the first and ing of the celebrated Eucalyptus tree that has ever been published jptiiis1 The second is an able article from the pen of that V t ricultural The Eucalyptus represented frontipicce was planted in and jears old the pho tograrh was taken fforirwhi ch the en Ic t i fifty sixfcet and the engraving gecurepj is being Lj to u ;