Aiken Recorder, September 5, 1890

Aiken Recorder

September 05, 1890

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Aiken Recorder (Newspaper) - September 5, 1890, Aiken, South Carolina It Vt KIN I IU XI % VH Ii. VI * VHI, I I • Iii I * »—> .111 } I * «. I ll Vs (.ti l«awn it for w) |*er cool. let it abay \ 1 u tilt Au t Ii<>ttais for sn artificial 1 i'C , ^|t 1 *'*    —    .ll....I nm 111' w . iii I ii Kell. of . tilt * * u s I < ton to a a ii.I, while i.2, W <• I ti Ko I .of. I rn til* in i nee, when many would Kell, of n IHM*, but 1 '• t! 11 [•- boll the <»wtier* of pawimd of-.a I* v ukl never sell th. in at *11 but hat nit drawn **» per t out, of ti 1 oir market price at au in-.    r    _ f|Ht* <I v .me, vt in i. guv 1 iej' advance**! fha atmosphere! hi rn on* 1 a Of.; |> enttfal* a mid pimply a1-1 od w itll thorn ^ ^ < ’*r<* I rom Tit Ha ii road rut Charleston aa c J s p u r «r ; < Ti * r JEN IDtS • »| I !*.»♦! * 4 ‘.iii# Ct:*; : 5 Ut >: Hr* ■ ft * I * lf, be-.d • par I i! r \ ♦** fro * oil)* of mat ion a I I (lf ©rreii-* v to do the ii a OU -It I * • al j .of <•!» j a ta ft- lloVi 11 av0 a (.ti It I til ak** Hit I! '1 for el.11 iOkn, *■* * _t_ t ,10 ii uoit. tiev 11 ii t!.e . .. * a a!. a!.Hilt tax. * **<*ie 1 :ioHt !• enuful, a wulo simply at- ©u aim trout f ,ip. 1 j iou th> fear to ex|*t ie iud force the pit.-- * nruk* r <!A f*o% oriiiu* ut l.» MrU IM-pawnod pro- lSllg * .lrlKbUfr I, duct*, at a tic! kite to" w hatevtr it could    V**frfpf ■    ■    ■    mal,    Kaotifi.te    m1**'    That    milks    r.j    k Wi • i Auk at*. IU. not- at ho w an v A I - ©our-* - . rn want it iv ^ vi ll k now ti fact to t .he hit* lory of p • • *> that in the ordinary r »u* lim of commercial bu*iiHMta. connected with agricultural products, they 1! i<;inato mort* than per cont every year—frequently ai high as 4" «*r oh j., r rout., aul <*• mot i moi more; ami if fluctuation so great im tin* tior-iw .! course of trad-’, how much more exlrt me and ruinous w id the fluctuation t.o in 1 n-1 when many hundred m 1 iii*) ii - of doh a I s* shall bo first i -sued a! (I I Iota • I* st roved every year! Hie ti I * w i - d on—yes, the stupidity of up* Ating all I i ieee ami demoralialhg all v.ea tv tv alt emit tidy ex | nu ling aud ' .‘out 1 acting .lh'* 1 nreney every year, to ! in* extent of six, light or tune 11 u ii d re i 11 til ii >n> * r d H 1 rn, must bt i palp aide i ii.-re ar ut it fist a d«*/.< u ether iu-su peru I de < .j. chol - to I Ii is aub'tri name ion the w father in t<»o nu That rnn4a tea Ixonia vt lie aud ti e <>u i ti a “OI wa, it a I cd in .* I din a nephew of aul ^ p Nash Ville I reel MT 'I Hero im now ann ; may »»r may im! It Ik to the cf mortgage boult with Huedver Cl * meuiti of the r< »<{ jug of Imping it log him the 1 iv ^ Threatening the People o* / the Emerald talc. Prom The Sew York Tim* „    Although    the London paper* still ,* u!dk around U"CU~ ti.* .ubject In .mall type on ,..1 Kolb gem, their in, d- pages ai d have not rep Ko! ,**.    . [h    u worUl ,h|le lo „ud • Mi- Iiplv I rn pregnat- ^ ufl inA4| w inquire into the exact impossible to acuation, the conviction that an Irish without get-1 famine ta I rn pending la slowly assert-g for the ask- hug Itself In the popular mind aa the n^i    the    dominant topic of interest. The pro- *    **H°* 1 I „„„ Of the idru m.y be .lo*, for (he Ie having *“ j warlliug that a blight had set in came “ from 8outh west Cork aa long ago aa comes, hided w ay from l> Louisville and *ue» not given, pitior out which a foundation. [at the secoud the middle of May, and In July the fairish priests by acorea had printed statements of the disaster banging over their people; yet it la only a fortnight ainee Mr. Balfour spoke of having just learned that there was I Hit? ptn.«»uu j naviup    —---- --- to rn* pleased i some little trouble with the crops in .    .    Iou liMD ii. Iain’s manage liey are thlnk-lvea aud mak-This may article publish* si t Ult Ut .1 ri* ii to i j 11 d> d -Iller** is ■ try bill lies-ir •* ll ive graven out ^l^nrtiel^ptebllsh-* I iii the N w    Sandal    fchrr-n* I cie ou hie    ''jivever,    aud in which it is ahO'V^ p(l the receiver tiau maloti ittAm ai I _ _    * I nu . -I: LEDGER. -.tin .1 I* I f til HAN. • \ t ii to rf I .. of the ..ppoint-er lira'led , a,! id the it, crude .1 law*. 1 he mploye. -ihpddi* .I IM* l„*'    ,,r • i.. Alt i’m - t -15 is id. - Iii. Iii*, 1    t.»    ie U i-iiii*r. h t •■Ii* , a flipper ;i I hretj I * i *• * I * r* v * Ive , III ploy • Ii u (lid 111 it k 1 Hilly a huh deted I th** lo ury    Hctteme, ops me v,ca    »    herMin    hun doue M    .    ,.|Hd    lie\lSk. „„    , ,.Ullin,;    Un ... UU.. : uk..    „,||    I ‘    ‘    ‘    ; Whit* I han >• p.i I alme.* has been r    lt. ,,aril |LlU    # ; ,    ,    enlWe 1 ‘ lU emr‘‘ 11 a—the building of v..ll»o«lll.»4.l*"l;l«f I’;"    tlw W,»t Shore ti- .. TllH„h„ certain districts, and, aa lia* been said. even now the london press only reprints summaries of the investigations reported by the Irish papers. Yet these are enough to show the terrible nature of the outlook. Already lite dread disease kuowu la    V i    receiver J    as “famine fever”-words which call has mad* more    bf rtu*    road    than    up suclt sinister memories iu all old has I teen made fc f* ree or    fouf    years    enough to rententber 1B47—has made I* to fact (hail    e ba(|    lu>t    only    its api>earance In the barony of Clo- fg.mhI deal of the uakilly, which is composed of rough , w    .-oast land between Kinsale and Hkib- ■ I \hat Mr. .Cham* bereeu. One death has occurred and numerous prostrations have hew* ©hate was used in conjunction with the cotton aeod and stable manure no lose <kf ammonia need be h are . a in * nearly half of every acid phospbah i.«,lpb»t. bf liiu*. which ammonia aa (aa. aa It la formed. if tin three materials were well mixed as they were formed into the compost. If do phosphate waa used there is likely to be a serious loss of ammou la during the fermentation of the heap. I turned over my compost last week and though it smoked like a tar-kiln. no escape of ammonia could l*e detected, either by smell or by the effect upon litmus paper. Litmus paper detected the presence of acid but no alkali I have been making comp*>»ta 01 stable manure, cotton seed and acid phosphate, annuary, since I860, and lu no ease have I ever detected the escape of ammonia. J. 8. Newman. The Ptxato Bot In Ireland. pa-l * in 1 act (ha putti exi**tiaea btl p!*,"*>t flu* ,uterest ' I' I i c re I ** i" ti* ber I 11 ii has dotie Yeti t rn I v *;. D. I 11 1 it in lilt- I Lr* till lf. I he lh ll d I ti SII n I. the West -thoro ll : u..:- ail iii** g~ meld <juarry L next season I lite telegraphic report that the potato murrain, or potato rot. has made Ila appearance in Ireland, and is spreading so rapidly as to threaten the entire crop, is well calculated to create alarm throughout Europe and the northern states, aud cause wellgrounded apprehensions for the welfare of the people of Ireland, in 184-> the potato rot made its appearance in k • A t _    k.    I    OI*    A    111! Better Crops- W J. Nortihen in the Ikmitherr Cultivator: A very successful dairyman, during an address before a convention lh the West, waa asked what breed of cattle bt thought be«*t for the butter dairy. He replied by naming thorough bred Jerseys. He was then ask?d hy another party, if three years ago, he dW not aay, iu reply »o a similar juestiou, that ’’all things considered. l‘« thought grade Jerseys the best-f lie answered by saying, “ii I have lived three years aud learned nothing rn *re than I knew three years aga, I bad, possibly, better abandon no busine**. to the control of a more progressive aiau." The idea that the dairyman at templed to convey, is the lone t»* which I now cai! the attention of farmers. He evidently sought to impress the importance of progress amt advancement. As a rule a •• are too much inclined to be content with our attainments. Each succeeding year should be au improvement on what has gone before. life is live*^ l‘> bt-tle pur|xjise, lf at the end of1 twelve months, the farmer knows nothing more to ho advantage Ilia! lie kn. x at the ttegiuuing. There ate many means ;o**w in reach of all farmers for information Ic. J,a--, d through- ... H i A iodin r rum* r. I Le Ive Civ Ct va, cliiK* relations •r'- I*he r>-( iii ii- f iso ti the election for i inigr*-Kional ©andblate fr>>m tile il.ird I * i -1 r i < -1 oh it.*- -'th, u limo, idlew Bist Yr. (in >fg»* J*din>t->rie received I lo* icmi fiat ion by a 1 lajorlty . f j; vol* i< 1. r M r. I > In. N *rri-. «Mi t His -uttj. < t I lit < i ret IU die N ** a - -ay r : j • i he rt suit if tile lei rd I Mst ri* t I I unary is far mere I tai J ** > r ta ut than the t! iUinpll ‘ I' MUC* ti OI nn*i the *ie-j f.}at of ai.on cr. It mean.- a great ,I, iii more thai. that <' eh-veil thou- lependeiit of I sand white liCtooctats In tho 'district: front formiuai onv la majority of tweniy-fotir voted for J f !*iope|r River( abl j (ic.rgc J.»hu--. .eov.rit K. Not rh*, to a syndicate. I’ j I tit* t w <» ti 1 Ou 11* I ‘ r* st Ii I* I «»J J t‘ *k * Mg Htunt ton i - inter ■ j nut pies, vvitll Hot lim- idiarpjy now. Sd: * a- . — UiJv* t V lt Ligefleld, ai)ti here wTTl .-..Hire J > rminal,*!. e*i that tiH-t rn ob.-cr uuui* ivw.* r* —    1—r caused by eating diseased potatoes. . s—me uni iu 1 ii ^ w. Of the 8,000 people in this district ujniuaL There he    nearly one-half will he entirely witti- Y    horn th.igovern-    out food bv the middle of September, lefleld, t&d here    and the gravest fears are entertained that before that date an epidemic of famine fever or English cholera will become fastened upon the country. The potatoes are so badly diseased that even the pigs are injured by eating them. In the district round about Youghal, Including the notorious Pot! so ii by estate, the farmers are ploughing all Hie potato land up with Ute potato rot made us appe»r*»»vu i*r»v.. **.    —    — —j — Faro ne and also in this country, aud about the best methods for progress • I __ a to tho farmers, att*! iiviurnveiiieliI. To ftdv&DC(? In© , in* utile to handle •be immense *<,‘1 if^'lorop dr*-iv‘h, not a «i 1 of St. An-of which has yet hatlds of the “t Md caused heavy losses to the farmers. In Ireland, however, the effects <>f the disease were appalling. Tile potato crop was, and is, the main reliance of its agriculturists, and ifs destruction in that year was followed and improvement. To advance the science of agriculture, we have Hie lielp of ex|*eriment stations, together wilt* discussions by intelligent laruiers in all the Btates. There is m>W a very commendable spirit of Investigation {to the effect that established very 1 the great East it Is even rumor- , p.v.M*....... —- — . -- llioiis will becount the intention of planting cabbage-, in A,! tl,U ii, vill la? seen render the hope of providing some sort or tjhe’-old IleliaMp, in H measure in- food for the winter. The«? are only 1 3‘ t inmieuse water illustrations chosen at random from he banks of the the whole countryside. Thus far x is said to'belong j nothing has been doue in England, fact the railroad j except languidly to discuss the sub-itingly lively just ject. But a few weeks’time will see 1 it occupy the principal place in the if do Iii) J1 * t>< W hat I r v* a IJ 3 1.1 • -UC ll, .... Lj    'lr-- Hi iii HH* I    I It) -HI lit I, )    •    Mf an I * ub-fi* I Norris rep.. *nted the «i'. -tate of a small namlwrr of repress nta-t ive-of a HtM-rvt orgic i/a.ioti fort od 1 Alfred Hts . I i| I ■' ■ ;b|j I    ■’    *• i ~1 ttfl.vpws ived ©S, Ply I .a n Lurried I t ut . I-J*: I a-.i IU- -duHiap L r thy Mf, Pf K rom I he hi Alfred HU’-*™ r .utter. ilk .Star. for v g I sud b-.blo ^uri-K-M - n • t. oL- ; l*ar { ir a. An r »- v ere I. intl L • a re; ( Hoses- I .IU public talk and thought. South Carolina Uemocrsw. ChsriotU P*'run ids. *    -ITE.-? bv a famine, the sufferings front and experiment by prurient farmers ^ which excited tile sympathies of the crops. b*.th as to ciiaraeter ajnd abun-civillaed world. The people of this dance. To encourage pn*gre - and country sent ship loads of provisions improv erne at, we have n«4 only tho and thousands of dollars to relieve the . stimulus of success, but the | material distress of Ireland’s afflicted people, ben* lit of money, offered for the bu lt was that terrible visitation, fol* gest and best yield of different crops, lowed as it was by a season of polit- All these tilings are intended as helps leal unrest, that gave a great Impetus to improvements in crops and ad-to Irish emigration, which has added Vance in agriculture. C*d. Beek, a millions of citizens to this country, successful farmer of Georgia, has Tile imp overuent in Hie condition of availed himself of these Indp* and the people of Ireland, and Hie great produced the enormous yield of cute reduction in her population, will hundred aud thirty bushels of cob doubtless lessen the danger to be ap- on one acre <-f ground. A farmer iii prebended from a loss of the potato .SouIii Carolina is reported, under the crop but nevertheless its destruction , same stimulus, to have grown two will be the cause of great suffering hundred and flfly-flve bushels, in among the Irish farmers.    the smaller *-rop«, we have slated als*., Various theories have been offered even more remarkable yields. for the potato rot, one of them being! l|oliling tbe-e results as the staiid- .    .    rn    I I I ^ *> -x^a‘- #thal it is the result of tenanting from ftrd( niav *.itpr tnb<^ whicli.Jn ^Hie ^our.-e t lbfdr Ul.j 1r not every faruujr atten pro ach * To cont.Mii our- J ;