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   Aiken Journal (Newspaper) - September 26, 1874, Aiken, South Carolina                                CL SEPTEMBER VOLUME charming all who hear POLITICS IN fluency and 92 PEE IN ADVANCE Congressional Nominees RADICAL MACIIIMTION Correspondence of Aikcn Tux EDITOR JOURNAL political of Texas is Democrat after nearly nine years of Radical and Bay one misrule and dur ing which lima every every hope the people trampled under and every outrage and Humiliation that uinlice and cor could conceive heaped upon The Fourth District nominated Eoger one of the present in cumbents from the State at Mil Is is a young yet is possessed to an eminent dogree of that personal magnetism that draws unto him friends and makes him popular with the His is a comprehensive and he is one of the most ornate speak In the last State election the Democratic cause was triumphant by fifoy thousand and todiy the majority will not fall short of sevomy There is to be an elcc 1 tiou in November next for members of and the Democratic conven tions in the diffarent districts have just put forth the In the district John Bcagan was He is an old and a lifelong ing particjpatcd in the first Democratic in the flis residence back to the days of the Republic and since his earliest manhood he has ever been a prominent enjoying the confidence and cstjcm of the peo Prior to the war he was a District Judge and sevvcd two terms in the United States Congress as the rcpreren of the Eastern and was in that body when the war He joined the fortunes of the Confed with heart and and served as Postmaster the Confederate He labored imfler political x abilities which precluded him from of tiil tcris tlvau a ft in the He did good service the term he served in and will return with the ability to do Of the nominee of the Fifth John present incumbent from that I have not much to He is a man of eminent ability and is possessed of superior political as his nomination evidences it having been obtained only by the trick eries of the mere politician and Dema He voted for and supported the back salary grab and now vaunts of it on the He was a rene gade from the South the last year of tho war to the and accepted a Briga dier Generals position and it is to raise a negio command which to invade and ravage has served Texas faithfully aod ably since he has been in The Sixth District convention foivid t necessary to take a compromise candi Gustavo of Witi between the prominent as John oJ San and Calhoun Schleilwr is a intive of but has resided in Texas for thirty He is a profound an able and has served for years in the State The indications at present are that the Radicals will have candidates in aH The The name of the wealthy Texas as and Foster ES and a sufficient guarantee that it will be fairly and honestly They propose to distribute in houses and on tin 22d of There arc among which are in ten houses in the city of and over 150 tracts of land in various parts of the They have limited the number of tickets to and sell them at the price of All the particulars can bo iiad bv sending to the manager for cir A Mi we ior Four full page pictured embellish the October a which glows United States Senate when Jude Maxly was in his he He is of the ablest MI en in thu is an id forcible and has vast cxpnneuce in public The choice of the Second District Duvid of Marion ihe clearest strongest minded man in Be has the of a giant such a one as can meet on iho vantage ground of logic eloquence and information the giants of the He ranksfirst at the Texas bar as a and on a piu with the best as a jurist He when elected to the State Senate his and was in the State Legislature before the He was a colonel an the Confederate army until in 1 his health failing Governor Murray appointed him Adjutant Gen eral of the He has boon an aspirant for political honor the until in 1H7he was a candidate for nomination for Congress in his with all the bcuutynSld richness of the surpassing each of its prcdeccs A tinted page Wood ward represents a in the fall of the yej are dropping from and the air is Tho an exquisite after is a noble wonderfully engraved by The face full of beauty and pensive the hands we clasped as in Arthur Par ton contributes a grandfull page picture called Rapids of the Au and represents in a vivid manner the bold scenery of the The spirit of the picture is full of life and A eWnmig sure to attract wide is by from original in the of of New The effect ofsunshine is soft and uadthe whole picture is a other illustrations in number are muchmore numerous yc Stephens on the Louisana Coming from Augusta to I met the Alexander exVice President of the Confederate for the first time since his recont severe and prolonged was taking a ride on the He got on at where he and rode to The news from Louisiana of the principal topic of Being asked his opinion on the Penn coup Stephens said it another presen tation of the old and ever recurring question of States or local self He deprecated resort to whatever the people of the State might suffer from since Louisiana had resorted to such he was glad to hear that the victory was comparatively While the citizens of that State must command sympathy in their they should be allowed to fight their own as they were doubtless able to There is no necessity for prof fers of aid from other Southern and those who foolishly talk of stop ping tho of troops en route to New remind him of the minute men uf who became the home guard of latter years of the He thought General Grant would not inter fere uo and incidentally re marked that he believed Grant to be more cordially hated by the Radical politicians than any other man in the North Ho not look upon the struggle in Louisiana as in any sense a war of and hoped it would at all assume that A young the daughter of the owner of the was addressed by a young man though agreeable to her was disliked by her Of to their A district against Judge now United States and beat that gentleman by a handsome majority in the convention for three days oon when it becoming upparant neither of thorn could be elected under the two thirds a compromise candidate was Cullierson is about 45 years of in the full strength and vigor of his intel and is withal a splendid specimen of physical He will make himself prominent in councils of the ExGovernor nominee in the Third has lon and ably sowed Texas in both from their own ranks into the but to bring inducements to bear that will bring out independent Democratic can Their plan of operations seems to be to get up in eich county in each to some Democrat per sonally signed by Dem ocrats whose personal preferences were not suited in the party thus have seemingly two Democratic candidates in the strength tobe thrown in favor of the Independ They of course indicate the man to be so petitioned in every instance and their choice of will be some man with whom have and whs will be but as wax in their hands for their own They will hold a State Convention afc to lay their plans of battle and map out the Their efforts will be futile even in the first we unless it is in the fifth and the dissatisfaction with Judge Hancock is so great and so gen eral there that it would not surprise me if an independent provided he was every way could be It will be real Apropos for me in this connection of politics and Congress to speak a word of this growing city of It being a post of entry and about to have direct trade countries through its i i Tffl N illustrative of the life lie Conse exertion was made to the unfor tunate Willing heart arms made superhuman efforts in their but it was in It was four oclock before the debris was cleared when the poor fel lows were beyond human They had been buried over three When the accident first Occurred tho men could be heard groaning and calling for but all sounds had long been silenced before they were dug When the wreck was away it was fcund that not a stick had touched the but the mouth of the been choked up some twenty feetabove their When after much the dead bodies were the negro was foundsix or eight feetabove his It would seem as though he in a vain endeavor to climbed up tli3 frame tvork of the He was clinging to the while one hand grasping a was raised above his It was with difficulty that his grasp was and the look of horror and despair that was frozen on his features caused the hearts of the beholders to turn and stout men turned their backs on a spectacle which made their blood run Further at the bottom of the sepulchre was found the body of Mr He was in a stooping and from the expression on his unbraced and listless it appeared thalF seeing the futility of all efforts to had forborne making any useless at tempts to save and instead of following the example of his fellowsuf had calmly awaited He leaves a wife and five children to mourn the who lived but for The horrible affair has cast a over the whole tender their heartfelt sympathies to the bereaved ana she r The Ugly by and three views of St Pauls This is a famous and un rivaled collection of The table of literary contents for this is consisting of a pofetn on Senaca by Alfred many fresh and interesting Recollections of William from the German A Merc Glimpse at by Henry Norford Damaris poeui by Laura Nichols No Kero After a story by Washburne The Man and the a poem by Brock The n descriptive article by Helen Conanfc Golden Haired a sweet story by EdwardOlin Weeks October a by Mary Dodc A Visit frora a Siamese by Lenowens A Naughty a poem by Fanny Barrow and Pauls Cathedral by Fuller Tho editorial articles consist of On the Grand The Au Sable in the Art and The Aldine Company has determined to establish an Art similar to the well know Art Union irii and distribute its works of both sculpture and which are constantly among its Art valued at will be dis diip will require sonic CoogresI among each series of i J Subscription at 86 entitle the holder to tho Aldine the lover placed the ladder to the and in a few moments the young girl was in his They Amounted double and were soon Some tanco from the After a while the lady broke the silence by saying you see what proof I have given you of my affection I hope you will make ood He was a surly and gruffly answered Perhaps I may and perhaps She made no but after a silence of some minutes she suddenly exclamed what shall we do I have left my money behind me in my said we must go back and fetch They were soon at the the ladder was atrain the lady whilethe lover waitej be But she delayed to and so he gently called Are yon coming when she looked out of the window and said Perhaps I may and perhaps not d then shut down the leav ing him to depart of appropriations to improve its naviga of a Custom Itsbusincsis energetic an fur the erection the Sute as uovem or ashoit by tlit mi by thn hut is a time in botng removed after his Ilohas a hril ready j full of This ship chon nd and custom house fire not the only of HouStoa nW about to be carried into vigorous Jer Narrow Gunc Kailroad is looming up in interesting and the Real under the manage nCnt of that successful laud j will be of vast in for a to the now and to a ticket in the distribution of art pre The Aldine publish 58 Maiden New York Newspaper advertising is rccog iiized by business having fnith in their own as the most effective moans for securing for their goods a wide recognition of their Last the residence of Barnett two miles and a half south Wilson the scene of a most heartrending Guill hadhired two a white named and the other a colored whole name we did jint repak an old well on his The men descended to the bottom of the which was an old fashioned hus out the bottoms While engaged the top of the well fell in to the dcbth of about nine complclely chokintr up rhc entrance and effectual ly cutting off the escape of the doomee The accident occurred at 1 oclock A large crowd congregated around the scone of the disaster in an incredibly short space of and every Mc Duff you calk said as fumbled in his coattail pocket for a piece of If I owned this town you might holler for James Polk all night and I wouldnt but I am only acting as a servant of the and I fine you five The Grand announced as he led out Dan a redeyed young man whose auburn locks ware seasoned seed IIchad a begone clothe which had wrestled with the cold worlds until and his voice was as solemn an the cry of a lone coon at tind Its a charsr of and what do you say inquired his Nothing solemnly answered my dear young man resumed the you go up for twy which isnt half enough buttok best I can do this Whisne is what ails and if some good kicker wouW get hold of you and boot you from Hamtramack to it would do more good than a run of the When see a young man like you clothes red nose boots pockets and feathers in his I wonder why the liohtnin ever strikes any one else Flora a young woman ot was led and balanced on the Your name is I bolieve r he t you WCre she cr bat sua Miss Fleming7 gravel Im a toward she sunset of hu and you should seek to deceive Miss I shall have to make it sixty and I do it more in sorrow than in Your taisu gigantic year can make no iuspression on irovet I Wicvc a little that one rottld be on ornament to should grow up to eat mush and   

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