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Aiken Journal (Newspaper) - August 15, 1874, Aiken, South Carolina vm ijfifcKi saw 7 i J pn fill iSil m wm Somebodys hcftit is shine out nfiross tho Aud with craipc and gladness alike f i V f f i Are dwelling side by Perhaps deathrof an early And the Browning of A kyes are filted with fraltrfrfces bencl m And hearts beside the household Are crushed by stout despair Are tliifihekt walls But on the hearts of the thoughtless ones No of sorrow falls J s thoughts of tlie funeral Come to the festive throng No hone that past will come To the anguished hearts belong The es a To the joy and roirth I3utth r j steered ties of is heart slights are Bright across the with crape Saclneifs and gladness 11 i tho in the absence of the to take Command of the and he went Tlioy will hnd at Landing ana endeavor tfco the retreat of the negroes from the and doubtless ere is the whole force has been Tugroes bjr The aesroea the t v v t 5 f r approach of this force and were too busily engaged intheir debauch to fo prepared to ineet General Chalmers Is a man of well known courage a ad and his i Iftycjs itssuranpe that no blood will be unnecessarily shejL It is proper have nothing to do and that Mayor antfniber of men who have been proscribed by the negroes are 1 News from Austin is anxiously ex pected this but as it is twenty miles the nearest vtelegmpft itis not anything definite will be obtained before The Appeals special from this iccounting the occupation of Austin by the as already re pbrteds iBeufnett Landing CorMbrgaii held a and stated that it was too hazardous to make an1 i i A l okihe blackscntrcucned at to thq want pjf a suitable of men Ho preferred county negroes they evclaT officials froiii have been here telogtyphed to for Jbuti tfiey have not heard a word states ten J4 some feVelow and the only aandiqgvin that vicjnity at the present ibe and this is tie officers of the steamer arrived here vn i It f t t v x V and subjecting the Attack irom all back Finjieys which bie frotfi report a or eight The fir Uo You to suppres end that be Another w says J hours aqd thing Wjsj m m M have tu i three nii men there whasaw a body as they of which arrived from below this it was his duty under under the ciroum Diore of thoofficers Colonel Morgan then and Chal mers was elected and cd atShoo following has just been received August Haljen Send us reinforcements by the Send guns with fixed ammunition if Send rations for ten days forAfive hundred Signed 1iw t suchj M 4y mon prudence propriety of these insidious euetiaies of health1 iffid and tfniore a quarter Hostetters Stomucliptjitters iis m dti untoward eti t sa n i ta ry un clerks u eh ard protected says that after negroes who hadj Austin Surrounded were ro pulsed yesterdiy they and the story jsoon circulated that they were women and children loft un fn the surrounding planta whioV caused the mtm who had been defending the plaice to start fur their homes to protect their Austin was soon loft without any de except one or two T ind the uqgroei a to up dnl help them At aceoauta ho commit tod MO 9 towards die few whites wfio to hu as if era becoming drunk iears were that they would burn the s were Lee to land but he had a large number of refugees on some of whom the i negroes had threatened to men ber being of the they begging hi m nofc to do he on landino Chalmers CAUIO up on tlie Francis to Peters vOicre thx Francis mentfc White with ni c ivquo From which it would seem Chalmers had decided not to aWack Excitement here in regard to the Austin riot is becoming more owing to unfounded i umors of young men of this city being killed in an attack on this The is posted nboiit the1 city Reliable men wanted to report on boai d the bteauicr Francis at 4 this Arms and ammunition will be furnifched to Also 300 well armed and tu report at the same time and About 20 fgood artUlcrists an King White will assume conmiatid of tjie above This has added to the It is tluuiihfc seyeryl men will tonigh t on the pieces of artillfery are expected from Arkansas this The Appeals Helena dated this says that some 30 stragglers from of vital required to meet bwKSclfrfe healthy in the so necessary tovmeet n a ry d r a w h iohtn n ij n cjeini e n t season makes upon che can be W two to j of liostettevs Bitters daily during winfe aSd spring 1 celebrated well kiiown to the It solutely pure cated with thcextracts and juices of tHe most effective antihil ioysanj Ja to medical of these cscehcnt i pro poiiious suitable tO the diseased tfe great tonic encv as a m Eii m M Ks hvot m mm of it commenced vent all WUKIAi B or othe the ibrce which left Memphis damp for on iV fjv i Ti w saSffi f t unable to understand the presence of an armcrct squad of became much GX b About 9 che Mayor price them placed on the wharf boat for m xm m m M
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