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   Aiken Tribune (Newspaper) - March 1, 1873, Aiken, South Carolina                                Aiken tlri Editor it ml 1ioinittor We are in noway viewsor opnnnm oin nor can iw h fifiuii ry All cwnmunicntioiis paper must be accompanied rih mime and address of ctssarify for but an a antee of good crtivtrnrT MnSI m u i IVvnidi lulipte ii t a Afhr t a nn r iho sdinovoiy jtjl with puljlirt old slid tin our angry Tho Mcrrita and Walkors Mills mailscloses every Mnnday nt 0 nrc opened every Tuesday at Post Oilice hours from to G during the and from 9 to 11 on io a i i liistnvv or tliat oki nor in any other which nansMlatcH a part uf ohnviiutus uf liavo wo or I to oilVnd man nor wo chiok If aHar this no merit if net that of anyone chooses to pick up any ut our cast oil lie tlijy boots or they are ftt liberty Io make ihcm and wcar tficm if they us we do not intend to reclaim we have thrown In troatmg ihJ of its Pas mid its we arc not writing for but purely con and for the benefit uf the place of our We have and sludiouly avoiilod giv All children nrc to bo compelled to altond tho primary huhvocn tho ages of so von years and a above which it 13 optional whether the child iiKend the secondary The dimands of any pupils above Ihc age of for higher than thu pri mary school will impose n the duty iiing in thu commune or township school for heir The atten dance of children at school forced by inflicted on the amount of which is incroascd wilh cvrry repetition of nogloct on their The money ob tained from the fines ia to be distributed among the families of tho poor who have exhibited tho in tho instruction of Ihoir mealing of the lie held at their rooms on Monday March at 8 The Common at their last mcct parsed a resolution inviting President Grant in his Southern tour Io visit Tho issue of he was unavoidably SATURDAY MAHQII KS73 ns any and iiavo PAST ANI IHBSDATOTHE OLD Once npon a there was a little and his name was Nicholas and Nicholas was a specimen of humanity as poor and unfortunate as was ever sent into this troublesome world uort of waif cast upon the groat stony ami loft to fall out by the wayside and perish or tnko root and live as tlie ohanoc might It HO happened that af ler a good many kioka and buffelings of for he fell under the hard hand and fer rule of one a rural who so and otherwise innltroutud him that life became Finally the little fellow ran away aud told piteous tale to one Charles who founded a very pleasing and deeply interest ing filory upon tho facts related to him by the little fugitive pedagogue And in this somo call conduct of old Squires was so accurately painted that tho old being of s quarreloomo and litigious turn of a good deal riled upon tho knowing it would ruin hia and trav eled away down to where seeking him out he threatened to put an injunction on or do something worse if the author of Nicholas Nioktwby not al once retract and suppress the offensive IUH tory which was so well and the cha racters so naturally that Was cal culated to do untold But Dick having knew the numerous Squires family pretty and having ready received a groat many letters from all assorting that his rascally history of Nicholaa meant and pointed right at cue and they called for retractions and damages frfr injuries done to their 80 that it would havetaken moro than tho author received his although it was very ptfpular and sold to have sat isfied the rapacity of tho groat Squiers1 But he did not miiul them or thwir and went on writing book after until he finally wrote the entire Squi era family out of The reason of our relating this little in tidont in the life of tho great author now dead and God rest his soul for the noble work he because it in a slight resemblance to our experience in publishing our chroni cles of Past and In a pecuniary there ia little or no likeness at all whore it fails in it moje than makes up for it iu tho way of exactions and As an cxamplo of the hit ler wo may mention that some time after tho publication of our second up came a armed with a large double barrelled and with a luigw navy or horse pistol peering out of his bo He proved to be one of the Dunno and had come in propria for he was innocent of the crime of know ing how to read and and had received his knowledge from and wanted tu know if we alluded to him or his when speaking of them peopte as didut know what street they lived Upon asking what ho aud where ho he gave such a confused account of and whoro he waa that we could not conscientiously and BO gave him tho advantage of the and observed that if it was more agreeable to we thought our history made no allusion to him or his So tho big Diumo and was soon succeeded by au architect in glorying in a grand cog well known to revolutionary fume and lightningrod whose dilapida ted dwelling now demolished wo had com pared to the celebrated Campanilla of and threatened to blow our editorial upper off with a ferocious pick because wag had told him that wo had printed de newspaper that ho lived in fi Here matters wore more easily ox and evon initial sotar as it was to in our ive liavo not bicn enough to some arid the fault lain in the subject and not the in ton That we have not attaiiuul the atandarl of pleasing everybody we know very but we have the profound satisfaction of knowin also our chronicles have met the approba tion of all whom wo cund to please and whose opuiknfl we THE SOUTH VIEWED TKftOUttH IM The NIJTV York is one of the most able of our religious Kt taldislud more than half a century ifs popularity has been steadily on tho in intil its rcadors are numbered by the and its reputation has extended beyond the It is dis tinguished fur its absence of and the tone of Catholicism pervading ilrf calumny renders it dillicult for any one un acquainted with to discover hi the inter est of which denomination it is published A couple of winters its Senior Irsneua made a tour through the South aud hid letters from this suction wero widely read and His views fin the condition of affairs iu our State opera ted beneficially in removing the prejudice against us which were entertained by many Northern Iu a recent issue of the Obstifier appears a very interesting Uttir from the peu a of liev written from Fiuri Dr Iowlurjius been travelling through to a portion of the and in tha letter which we he expresses such just and forcible views upon tbe situation in this section of our country we cannot re frain from Says I would like to reiterate what 1 re poatedly published on the state of tilings and of feeling at tho No suspicion ofa political defcign can close tho ear nittiiiHl as it was closod before tuo late Southern sentiment has wonderfully acquiesced in the result of thelalo and accepted the present There is no disavowal offormer theories touching tho supremo as to whether it resides in fne United 01 in the nor as to the abstract right cf From the mituro of the Una could not bo he guor don of and we could not brave and honorable soldiers to them selves mistaken about the principlesfor which they simply they wore without uny change oi speculative Southerners almost those opinions have now become utterly impracticable fheyre Unguifih all purpose and wish to carry them aud they submit to the Government ou the basis whore it U aoiv Southerners ns unanimously ivlin gulsh and renounce and even feel and gladdened by its am yet to meet the or to hear of out who deplores ita faleaud wishes its rees Tho of orh has ilowod io the and miugkd with its private nitizin am more and surprised at the high character of the North ern immigrants nettled in business aod in homes horerjnen and womon of intelli puri enterprise of prominent positions iu ilio communities they aud not a TOM widely known to from ho North contain in their number iiuin of the integrity and earnestly and sinylj intent on serving tho Stales of i lion but of 1 aro uiUirly of every need bin this they perpctrn ted on a so and with a mil Io the people so and complete to pursue his boring in an other Since our last containing tho nrti clo entitled and old we have received culld icom iitv eral individuals who desired to know what meant by and observed that tlioy coa gidered the matter of the adviMtkonivil vvhich aipeared as an extract veiy ftivd that thoy wore highly inlignant at Wo told them that we woro of same and were giLatly inconaed again this not y tho kind of S being There is no criminal on of tiie courts at and but civil t Miss Iltoiia Yinta Wood has heou tud postmistress Hock VM Willium The questioner bur and Union Utiilruad to th Spartan is Tif old of in the soulh of besides tho has of lute years become iiUeresting to the ladios on account of its bcinj the de pot n tilo world for tho trivdc in human Upward of forty thousand pounds uic brought thuro Italy and and especially Homo and sending the ieater while Spain and France supply Hie the provinces of Brittanyftml Auvorgne semi the About three and Imlf ounces istba weight of a chignon of usiml and one Paris house alone sells fifteen thousand o chain a Some four hundred hair dressers in Mnrsuillus occupy in making and they proclaim the Americans and English io ho their best cus It is curious to know that tho most hair is I hut if not all of it comes from A paper masquerade was recently givei t a private in New York at which 11 the coslurncs wore made of and ore of tho movt cosily and olaborate pat One of the costumes was a dark pa short aud not very nd spangled with a profusion of goldpapor with a black tissue paper iued with black muslin to give sufficient Jillability for an evenings Golden were iilso profusely sprinkled over his which was quiet long in front backbeing open to the waist looped in I ho The high Vis finished with an Elizabethan fraise of ptipor around tha and the long leurylV pufied sleeve was a similar trim Another WHS a dark underskivt each rutile edged with Karts No tunic but around ho waist a wide fluted fraiso of pink six inches deep iu front and twcdvo in the each deep flute ornamented with ul ernate hearts ami All the orn worn were of pHpar and the itiiidkRrchiofa were of tissue paper stamped iu imitation of point ontingency which occurred but y the absence of the lie has re urned and will now fight it out On lino if takes all Tho Losislatnre adjourned nine di at mid night last having done many of those things which it ought not to have donotand undone more than it ought to Of both we shall speak in our and ourselves in the Imvo next meanwhile with congratulating the people of the State that the situation is not as bad as it might have been James of hud his leg broken on last tailing C3 from a The report of the sudden deaih of Boliun of Collcton turnn out Io be a cruel Pickens and Union are fiyhling for the possession of the palm of precedence in the payment of their The installation ceremony of the Aiken Division of No was performed fit the Methodist Churchon Thinslay night hist by the Deputy Oiand Worthy The following officers were in stalled and Henry In side The remains of the United States buried fit liuve been removed Io I ha KationsilCemctery at i supcriniMidilit uf the loyal was jinsinled on the witii uold iviiicli ami chain and a pipe by the employees of the furmtrly f Pickcnn but fur a r ot Wliiii ititi supposed committed suicide eai his camp between 11 ffii lid off ou a and on his flom lho cjirnp hi tho search and his body was found near with his throat cut and a in his right nionwy which gives a suspicious characlerfto the LL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS against the estate of Peter will please render attested statc niontsor the same to lillinghast And nil persons indebted to said estate will make Admr Pater PUBLIC We call special attention to the lecture shortly to be delivered by the great Cana dian Edward the sub ject of Wo understand crowds attend Carswell Wherever he and we opine that a rcat deal will be lost by those who fail to hear The lecture is to be do Hiercd in the on the llth Admission Thomas county auditor of Anderson has been removed and Wil appointed iu his andontho reception of tho price of a with an iuionuity so tlml ih glass of tho earth bonr wunt Jnstory oi1 iiiuifoasauoo may be ii vain for a parallel to but thos on tho irrotiiid can ooniioivt rji tho renuiiiiig and if uuly the eves of Iho North oonld be opened to tho a torrent of indignation would bo fi roused that must pour the miscreants down the deepest I voted for Goijernl and havo implicit HI his and and am sure of kindacp tnward tho ho is a and prior and ponding1 thp late it not tliat he with OHWOlvesV wtion diJcoverod t ho outj Fodurul who linked rugo which had committed upon our ur with tho tauij havo ancient Putor Timthy wo j the had not the remotest who could have j bivacii bHwceu tho wo donoit but supposed that iho ubiquitous j it Tinoluciin and inuuMl vcntriloquiatic proprietor uf the sponge Grant is now ViuMty to in tip taking advantajjo of the obtrudod himself again upon tliu abused Ailcco public those itinerant waiulorors who wore tho other to tho An unpleflSftiitncss threatens the Bay Company before they have had a chance to plant their banner in the soil of their new more than a speck of confiuiils so rich iu resources and according to tho before it can be dedi cated i the poaooful pursuits of The rumored reeoiiciliiiiion ofCiibviil and the revolutionary generals of the to be and the fact bodes ill for the infant What ever may be said of tho revolutionary tal of the insurgent their unl and courage are they ob ject to this away a fat slice their island upon their eyes and hearts have long been Tho recall of Lupcrou from by and tljo of a proclamation summoning the Do minicans indicate that operations are about to and the colonists may aoon find theiusvlvos at very different work from what they counted upon when they set sail in the good That hotel in sections will have to be convertcl into bar and tho will need to postpone their labors for the city of and turn their talents to the construction of A curious theory has lately been broached iu regard to the eiFccLsof dkt uponchismc tiicsupportsrsof whichput forth slaie whicli corfatnly sfive color of plausibility to their argu They point to the fact that nalions ditloiing essentially in tlnir rospccLive diet have marked nuntui and moral as well at physical For narrow ing I he parallel to M a man be confined to a strictly moat and in pro cess of time he becomes sen physical predominating over moral and Tula a gonertttion and a uninlelloolual posterity would be the Lot to continue the argument of those contisiur the same aud the third general ion wil rank yit lower in the The habitual food will inflamed blood t weakcniiig it and rendering i Ics perceptiveof morn a the same time it will unduly enlarge Mi merely Let the Wil of far lie anc let the present hecomo Kiiiot aud the rcsul will giv incrcjiijiyd brain capacily cleaver mornl viriion at the samo fun tiiuro will be more uiminutiun of force o character u race of would be the Iy a judi cioiis in siy euoug lo iTivo a man a good in oral an suflicuiit mental to a gno juke and mako a sharp with SHU tlion to cuaiilo him roundabout his business and keep hii hi rood physical without rusuUr itjgnhim a happy dietary moan In1 of coursj iln upon tio generaiiou to and i hits I he iiiuiUd mighi be at last ar rived Srrimudy be niiiri Iruth in tiian will bo uniil Io with much the progress made in building the Ve perceive that the workmen are shingling ho lower portion of the and that rs are busy carving and otherwise orna lenting the timbers which will sustain he The indefatigablearchitect and is pushing We arc lire the building will be a credit to our eady creditable little towu when comple Grccnville has poured for taxes in the Stale but they still remain open waiting for thu 75 The council of Charlostuu has pass ml an ordinance levying a tax of eighteen mills on the dollar upon all property in that Seven thousand one hundred dollars arc all the delinquent taxes in Fairlield county for the present and for several ycara On the aOth in that Mary of after iinish her usual dinner suddenly fell dead to the TheLancaster Ledger says that if the mineral resources alone of that county could be properlyutilized would make it the richest county in the Edward alias Nelton On Sunday whilst four colored per two men ami two were cross ing Keowoo the cance which resulted in the drowning of the two women and one of the Tho boy that escaped states being an expert swim would have had not the two womeirseixed npon him in their frantic ef forts io preserve All his strug gles to extricate himself from their deathly grip proved frmiless and after keeping above water until his strength was the throe went down A correfipoudent of the Fetes writes from Chcraw under date of February 21 The winter has been a very aevere until re cently it has been with Peach aud plum roes arc beginning to show signs of blooming Every going in for big cotton crops this and tho amount of fertilizers used will be or quite doubled in my Pecdee has been quite high twice in the last two and no doubt the heavy rains last night morning will help it out Very little wluiit planted in tins section this A consuUiible movement in valuable real estate 1ms taken place in Columbia during the last few The elegant residence and body lands known as the Walker theupper part of lias boon sold for fourteen dollars to a NTort ern The place has been bought winter The Bearden and Mar tindale adjoining the have 01 20 to 30 head HORSES MULES Broker and will sell for at public at Aiken in front of Market tween the honrs of 12 on 3d 20 to 30 head of fine Horses and v ALL persons having claims agiiinst estate of John will please rendejr attested the same to torneys at Aiken and all per sons indebted to said estate will make meut iy the WILLIAM of John LL persons having claims of Hufus and of AmaiiUa HoJ hereby notified to render tjjc dersigncd statements of said on orebefore the 15th day of or they will be debarred Surviving bonis non of Rufug Amanda Hi Hey T HE STATE OF AIKEN the na in1 for the honor of iiuman muoh and it is tltivt h will compcd a thu bandisa with IVMOIJI do hiany hare uiiii aro prune to run 1 in iiiv and to give absurd is i ivJn if it sSirmld bo proved to j bu iil that is in bo tu I in IULuiHUr of eal MKieiy tu accommodale ii The ladioEs of tho congregation of Episcopal Church propose holding a fair on the l20th the proceeds of will be devoted to the defrayal of expenses upon the completion of the We are sure that this sim ple announcement will sullice to enlist pub ic sympathy and secure substantial aid for furtherance of an object once ao laudable and A few hundred will finish the we hope that the amount will be raised any Our usually quiet town was alarmed on Thursday night last by the cry of fire IK looking from the window of our wo beheld numbers running to theMen It appears ut the house of ou Chesterfield a lamp had been lighted iu one of the parlors on lower and while the family were absent from the room the lump ex setting fire to the tsble burn ing and otherwisedestroying the articles The cry of fire attracting the at tention of the together with an uriur snnl brilliancy proceeding from the a rush was made down and the fire was discovered be fore it had sufficient time to make much Thcprcsenceof mind and heio Jsrn ou the part of the ladies of the house displayed itself in such feats of dexterity and while extinguishing tha that we declare their names should no longer be continued on the invalid Anyway we hope the little scare will so frighten away King Pain from that that he may never find his way back The wonders of the Arabian Knights En tertainments were more than surpassed last at tho Highland in the bcnutifu and scenic offjcts there To say the highly intelligent audience there gathered togetherwore would be only half as charmed and delighted by the escelI eiicc of tho acting and appropriate arrange ment and gutting1 up of the whole Thefirstpieco after a charming was tho Girl of Castle iii six from Longfellows The performance of the young lady who represented the blind girl was worthy of special and the youthful peT forrnsr the of rapturous ap The youth and beauty which par ticipated iu this part of the entertainment was well calculated to make almost any old however Inippy hcmiglit be in dimdi tuin from tho error of his ways and becosue of a pair of fair arms to holp him paddle his lonely The ulosing performancnof the eve ning was tho reprooenlation of our old child hood friend and favorite Blue Words fail to our the cx colijnce of tho acting in this The curiosity of the charming and captivating Fatina was perfectly illustrated by he youngUdy who the adven turous spouse and witocomiuanded the sym pathy and unbounded applause of Even dramatic fidelity of Ihe gentleman wko ivppesircJ as Blue Board could not him from the feeling jf satisfaction of thu audience whou he foil under tho and avenging swords of her The cominendatioa criticism of this and which volumes of nil liie actors was from a lililc child at tho closing who did thuy kill that man Groat praise is duo I o the proprietor of the Captain Co lea and the who and assisted in up fur the bou of the Aiken which inust have amounted mil aru to bo devoted to a no ble It is bo hoped similar onis will follow and that we shall be there to enjoy who broke jail in Kersbaw in whcro been by the Auxiliary Joint Stock t i n t U 1 il vta ml he was confined for horse has bven at lust recaptured rind taken to A meeting has been held at the court in for the purpose of considering the rebuilding of the Laurcnti of whioh here is some Tire sawmill of in was set on tire las Saturday and entirely Two colored James and Frank have been arrested en suspicion of being tho Major long and favorably known in this State as a Professor in the Military Academy during its and latterly as President of the Female has removed to Mississip John an who was just on theeve of starling to Ire idied in on Tuesday under si range the particu lars of which aro hot given by tho from whieh we get the General who was distinguish ed as a gallant officer in the lelt which Has been his homo for many on Monday and will make his future home where he intends to Company for ten thousand on which some elegant buildings and appurtenances for the fair On Monday the chamber of 11 postmaster of Edgeficld vil immediately iu the rear of the post was burglariously entered between 9 and 11 and a small pine table taken in a locked drawer of which was money to tho amount of from to Till man is not absolutely cer but thinks it was a lit tle over Early next morning the ta ble was fornd at the upper end of the back broken open and rifled of its con Suspicion pointing strorsly to a yellow named Miles the said Milos was and lodged in where he still denying everything and confessing A letter and a mu tilated irulldullar whicli were in the have been found by Tillman near Miles Washington against Julia F B Y virtue of a writ of m9 the aove I will proceed to sell at first MONDAY in MAKCH the ftillow ing property IcTied on as propei ty of the Julia tomt c One tract of hundred and seven more lands of John tfohrisotC of and Terms Cash titles G24 ALL persons imVing claims on thestatt of the late John County Commissioners Office The on last elected Macun a oolorod formerly of Judge of the Inferior of Charleston vice George Judge Allen will be membcred as the candidate for Secretary of State ou the Bolters ticket in the lust cleo all Thu to no The down fi eight train on the Columbia and Augusta Railroad met with an accident early Sunday morning when about one mile south of Woodward Station in consequence of a broken Tlie 011 ginc ran off aud turned a complete suiner sault aud six cars were No out Thomas ihu colored boy who was iu the mouth about three weeks ago by another colored b y named Lewis died Sunday about 4 oclock after intense uttering This should be a warning to those parents who allow their children to play with On Friday a colored man named Stephen about lifiy years who kept a femall shocmakors store in one dour WLSI of was found in whoro he lived N pursuance of the requirements of Sec tion 1st Chapter Statutes of the State of the Commissionora have divided the Connty Edgefuld into Twentyone Highway Dis each Township constituting one high way All able bodied male between the ages of aro liable annually to Public Highways in iheir re spective Highway Districts less than nor more than lire or to pay oiio dollar per day An INut The penally for neglecting or refusing to work ia thiity imprisonment in the County Notice ia herebygiven that the County liave detnimincd torequire all persons to work the Io per form three days labor on the highways in their respective Highway Districts during tlit spring of the present and wo days during the CommisioncrStrom will superintend the working on public highways in the follow ing to wit Tal IHacker and superiuielid she working on public highways in tic fol Irtwing io wit Oole Mobley and will superintend by notified to the same and all persons indebted to 8ftictv estate will make to Mesark Fmley attorneys of the under at b EMEtlNK Estate John January ALL parsons indebtedto thei estafct tlie late James make payment to the t 1 m those bavins claims hereby notified render attested thereof to our attheir LUCIUS f U WALTER Qualifled January 6081 OFFICE SCHOOL COMMISSIONER V AIKBN j LL persons haying me will call on Safurdays at my COUNTYCbMMissiosEns ALL PERSONS RETAILING SPlRlTU ous liquors are requested tomake ap plications for liauor license to the Olerk of the Clerk of FJICB COUNTY Tf AIKEN Commissioner Martin I Jj A 1 VI jf ALL PERSONS stTirJECTEiy TO RQAH duty on the by notified ace or the Act enti tled An Act to provide for the consrtrueiiort repair of public hi gh Statutes I volume page num ber section atleast quivrters of the highway tax shall a ble in Tabor between tho loth day of Januftrj and the 1st day of and the remainder between the 1st day of August and the 1st Supem I sors to see that the willbe nppinted by applying tive districtsare properly and re to the Commissioner who hns charge of their progrcsa respecMve All such persons liable to duty are nnder tie order of the Supervisora of their respective the working of public highways in the fol lowing Townships Shaws and Th Societv burped to a rigidly properly and report their progress io this report the names of all whom iho law will by The supposition is ihat he hud boon drink asleep with his pipe in bis ami thus caused tlie tumble casu Henry the colored man who ws reported to have disappeared mysteriously from Lexington some time has pui in an txppcarauce in lie says he only hid histracks in order that tho news papers should have a sensation over his aildthus gamtit his and tiavin secured he now returns to the quiet shades where the household gods watch and after a long and arduous tuch Township are ted to report io this 1 ard the condition of all thu liridyes in DOCK Couniy liigetiold 15K fi3tf In the Whinhall Abhevillo on Tiusday somo unknuwn parties called to the door John a colored citizen of gooil upon the opening of which tuoy fired upon liEUKIiY GIVMN THAT JN ihijie will bo a on she tho of Mary in the Irohiuo fnr on theJti of which time tho uiidprsipjusd wil aprdy a final All iutertstod a Guard in Finding himsolf ihus liddiniy Smith songh as rnpidly as in the ruiir of his bui iha Heads foiiowed him and oiuof Jirod i tiirco more shols into i Thtre is kugwn no for tliis tul which has every oviduncu of having buea he i rf Ad m in is Jf it intinstod wiil GIVEN TlfAT OlllOtlKMlt Oil tliC in ho on tin wiiioh time i lie i fiiiu All sifr GRIFFIN hareformed a Co partnership llie Practice of Law ia EdgifitW and Aikcu AT riUYATE 11Y Cll All UBS E Auctioneer and Oilice Law opposite bo sold at private sale the foliow A inir 1 pair fine younir 1 with 0 lanrV and a fine lot of 1 T whisky TO gallois has in UKP only made of muloriil by Charles ton Apply as   

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