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   Aiken Courier Journal (Newspaper) - November 14, 1874, Aiken, South Carolina                                VOLUME 1 NOVEMBER OLD XH wproen sit g where louv meot A tkhil is there but loiletli Aud nevej a vohgw either Ur to givu ihmia jmBsijij thonglit Tot DC loee wat CMIT r j j ith was not at aN tjimS burd xvilii toil field nuiMt and wem In the worlds liuUit1 every garment ill Poor sick sou all in his And the beggar iri shining iti id red of mnybap 3 kiig in Comes rushing ulung iu car clip go the MI and down the And the king drives away like a 1nllen Bereftof hid lie wanders And sighs for hisbonova aad plea an res Tims iv caving and spinning sisters of fate These three silent women fit by the lono They know not the nor care for But do the bchost of t hj Author of Into wfipse workings could we hm All were made the blind waytj of Gnizots Confession of In the dii JilX the following extract Jrom Guizofs wil1 is printed UI die in the bosom of the Reformed Cbuvck of in wkich I was and in which I congratulate myself on having boon In re gaining attached to 1 al cscrdsed that liberty of tbe allows to her in their relations with and wnich she invoked for her own have I I have Wlievod ihe sufficiency oiihc human mind to resolve the problems rrcsentid to it by the universe and by and in the power of the will to govern mans life in accordance with its law and its 711 oral After having tnd reflected 1 have and t g convimvd that neither the universe nor jnan suffice either to ex plain or to grvin ihoniFelves naturally by tin mtic fotctf of fixed Jaws to ihvyxAte and of humm that are brought into Jt my profound faith thnfc who created the universe and or modifies them either by as we miiunii or by as call supernatural is doalso tke genera1 from perfect and free wisdom and Bis infinite which it is given to us to acknowledge in their but forbidden to understand in theireseence uid Thus I have returned to tbe convictions in which was i Still firuJy to recson and which 1 have red ived fronj and which are nty honor and my right in this though I have returned to fed myself a cniicl uder tbe hand of sincerely resigned to my large shared weakness and 1 believe in and adore him without needing to comprehend I recog nize li im present und at work not only in the fixed system of the universe and in the inner iife of the bat also in the history of human especially in the Old and Nev uments of revelation and diune by the mediation and sacrifice of our Savior Christ lor the salvation of the human 1 bow ciyeell before the mysteries of the Bible and the Gos and I stand aloof Jrom the discus sions and tbe scientific solutions by My dear there is one rather annoying infirmity that my wife I forgot to mention She re very and although she can bear my to which she is inits ordinal y yet speak very loud I am Tery Aunt in protested that 1 tins species of peculation has thrown a branch of the newspa per in several in inefitricable confusion mid joaly rested the patience of many thousand who have waited in vniii ibr the coming of their Weekly j you will e obliged to moiital in order to be N iirly a week ago tfee case was placed in the hands of detectfve atnd he souii possessed himself of a clue which finally to the apprehension of the As the most of the suffer ing periodicals were published in this it was thought that ihe thief could be found The surmise proved and yesterday Bruton was landed ia the Central station lock where he is now ponder ing on the unccrtain fortunes tliut are likely to befall the man who steels sub pcription It te evident from H large amount of Brutons correspondence that he has found the business a profitable The lists which he bus succeeded in em brace the names of many thousands of bona fida scattered nil over the western His practice has been to make as many duplicates of thru as there was deniands for HP has found his customers for the most part in New York Hiuong the ven ders id quuct counterfeit arid the propagators of every variety of swindling dodges The lists invaluable to this class of vpho are thus enabled to spread swindling circulars ainons the C f unsophisticated country whose addresses they can obtain so easily in no other have been in great and he has driven a thriving supplying du plicates to all parties at tho rate of to per according to the number of names it Among his letters were several lately showing that he was now gotiating with a number of parties for the sale of In one letter be offers for sale a containing Alongwith Brutonspecioasperson were captured several if not all of tho seolen They covered many hun diod pages of and are thouahfc to contain upward of The lists recovered were those to the ilural New the Western Rural and the Industrial Age It is supposed that Bruton has in his keeping several other lists that have not yet been Some time it is the Inter Ocean nearly lost its sorry 0 goodness she of her rather liked and its usually well by discovering weekly subscription lists were There is little doubt that Brutonbad a hand in that case of pcttit and the missing skcet of foolscap will prob ably be returned to the proper owners in time to be of use for tho next weekly Biutons wodus is known all its details It is asserted that in some offices he has secreted the Jisc under his and stalked boldly away with In other it is that he secured the coveted treasures by bribing employees in the newspaper The prisoner is about thirtyfive years and has the appearance of being a man of the and a shrewd business charac He styles himself an advertising His operations iti the line of subscription list literature will probably cease for foine time to Chicago THE DEAF AUNT ASH WIFE I had an aunt coming to see me for the first time since tny and I dont know what evil genius prompted the wickedness which I perpetrated and to do so would afford her great The carraige drove up on tlie steps was my and in the window was John with a face as utterly solemn as if he had buried his nearest thnt Im delighted to see shrieked my and the policeman on the opposite sidewalk and my aunt nearly fell down thj Kiss my bawled nry and the windows shook as with the fever and I looked atthe John had Human nature could endure it no I poked my head into the carraige and went into strong convulsions When I entered the ay wife aunt Mary to take off her hat and and there John with his face buried in his you have a pleasant journey went off my wife like a and John nearlyjumped fo his Rather was the response in a war und the conversation con The neighbors for blocks around must have heard Wfeen I was in the third story of the building I heard every In the course of my aunt took occassion to say to me How loud you wife talks I told her deaf persons talked aud that my wife being used to wus not affected by the and that she was getting on very nicely with Presently my wife said softly how very loud ycur aunt said deaf You are getting along with her finely the hears every word you And I rather think she Elated at their success at being un they went at it hamjier and till the mantle piece clattefed and I wad seriously afraid of a crowd collecting in front of she But the end was My men have tried ft explain I trust that God will allow me to Call myself a Christianand I am convinced thafc in tbe light OH which I am about to enter we shall see the purely human origin and vanity of the greater part of our discussion here below oil Dtviue THE GREATEST THIEF ON KECORfi An arrest of niOje than usual import ance was made yesterday afternoon by detective Complaints have been numerously lodged at detective headquarters of from a number of newspaper pubishing who have suddenly discovered that their entire subscription lists were The inexplicable disappearance of their aub fcription hooks has involved several oi publishing companies in nerious and has occasioned niucb delay in for warding the paper New lists had be irom dnta in the towards my wifes ancient My said I to my on the day before my aunts know aunt Mary iscoruing tomorrow well I forgot to mention a rather annoying circumstance with regard to She ia very deaf although she can hear my to which she is in its ordinary yet you will be obliged to spcnk extremely loud in Older to be It will bo rather incon but I kuowjouwilldoanything in your power to muke her stay agree announced her determina tion to make herself heard if in her I then went to John who loves a joke about as well as any person I know and told him to be at the house at 6 the following and I felt comparatively I went to the railroad depot with a carraige the next and when I was un tho way home with my uunt7 I i preserved j being of an investigative turn of that its j wasdcsirous of finding out whether the exertion of talking was injurious to my talking so loud strain your lunjrs said she in an unearthly for her voice was not so musical as it was when she was je an shrieked my Then why do you do ifc was the answering oanfc hear if I squeaked my What roy fairly rival ing a railroad whistle at tho I began to think it time to evacuate the premises and looking around and seeing John I stopped into the back there he lay flat on his with his feet at right angles with his rolling from side to with his fiit poked into his and a most agonized expression of but not uttering a I immedi ately assumed a simi lar and think from the relative position of feet and and our attempts to restrain our appo pUxy must inevitably have a horrible groan whichJohn gave vent in his endeavor to suppress his risi bility bad not betrayed feis hiding In rushed tuy wife and by this comprehended the and such a scolding as I got I never received I hope never to get Boston men cant believe what they One of them had to feel a steam anger in Chicago to see if it wns rcaly It realy and threeor four of his finders fell down behind an aldermana Thus sayeth the Free THRES SABLE TRANSLATED FROM THE PUTCH BY When tee see three raven circling in We say theres something down below That brings the ravens And when by tkree doctors All draped like sable Looking too as wise as With cauee beside the We say sotnc one is ill in And pity swells the Tiejirf For well wo know a soul is That soon from earth must I saw three meeting there On the cernerdown beluw And neighbor Hans observed them there there they go day wonder who it can Thats ill there in that street That mnkee those doctors every Upen the corner meet Ah ho says it now Tis all as plain as one ill in all the Theyre going to move The Solemn Book One would have thought him a He was tall and solemn and dignified Roman his his way to uwvke a speech on finance but he wasnt singularly he He was a book He wore a Jinen and brow was furrowed with mauy care as if he had been obliged to tum ble out of bed every other night of bis life to dose a sick childHe called into a tailor shop on Randolph removed his took his Lives of Em inent Philosophers from its cambric and approached tUe tailor with Id like to have yoii look at this rare have no time to look replied the It is a work that every thinking man should delight to continued the J said the it ia a work on which a great deal of deep thought has been expend and it is pronounced by such as Wendell Phillips to be a work without u rival in modern anybody laugh when he zeea it asked the friend j this is a pro found I have already saidIt deals with such characters as as Theo and and Kalph Waldo If yon desire a worit on which the must eminent authorsiJF our day have spent years of and you can compare nothing with it shpeak about how to glean name down the hook is only twelve Zwolve dollars for dcrpook I Zwelvft dollar and he has poding about der wart atfcf mr in or aay nodings about how togleancrloze What you take me mister 1 Go rite away mit dat or I call der bolice and haf you locked up pooty quick Frtt A Early on Sunday a gentle man walked out probably for the purpose of salting his After a few vig orou the flock collected around and clamored as usual for their One old hlack however seemed to have something on his and stood The seeking to conciliate approached and laid hand upon his headl This tho ram sen ted with a furious which was repeated until the owner took to But he was too fur from the and the enemy literally hung upon his with persevering A charge of front resolved upon and immedi ately but still the battery wai played witto undimioished Soon the parties an after a vigor ous came to the The ram eouid now do but his fieeee protected his ribs from the furious blows of his BotU deemed now pretty nearly The man was on and seizing a stone which Jay com ait need pounding the head oitke Of courae the rock was soon reduced to fragments but the having formerly driven thought of the expedient of throwing dnst iri the eyes of the recusant and incontinently filled his optics with rubbing it He then arose to enjoy tfoe success of his but the ram ria paused a single applied a knee to either aod re newed the And now the was more than and victory seemed to perch upon the as he put all his power into one fioai his almost fainting antago nist succeeded in avoiding ihe aad catching the ram by the tail and now the tide of victory A ceroion of furious administered the The cried foul but the fought for At length tbe tail hold and both parties fled in opposite They will probably fight another Kyt Inferior The Way an Old Booby was Another old gentleman has been making a booby of and will cloze anxiously asked the man of the probably have to pay for the j A year or two ago a little girl eleven of while soliciting subscrip tions to art attracted his He looked upon and loved He even told her when had outgrown her pinafore and short he would maky her his wife She told him she was very much and would instantly prepare fir the cere She accordingly went to school to learn sufficient arithmetic to calculate butchers bills and count the number of her prospective be it knpwn there were uwny of them When she had mastered the rudiments of or uMy this is no receipt an eminent work on as have told Years were cocsumed in preparing this volume for the and none but the cleverest mind could have grasped the subjects herein dis If you desire fur deep you have it Doesdts pook suy soineding about der Prussian war asked the as he threaded his My this is not an everyday but a work of work which will soon be in the hands of It is related that the secretary of an insurance command of a platoon during the late unpleasant ness in struck up the gun of one of bis men who was about to fire at a staff with the explanation 1 Dont were got a policy on him 1 every profound thinker in the is the art of philosophy This book tells Who were and who are our philosophers Turn to these pages for a Afl I said I dont see how you can do without Una he dont haf anydings about some eh inquired the tailor as the book was held out to him by the enter prising My must I again inform you that this is not an ephemeral not a collection of nauseous but a deep work on Herej sec the name of the That name alone should be proof enough to your mind that the work cannot be surpassed for profundity nf Genit Smith testifies to the of this volume I dnnt know no ciozo mid returned the in a doubting1 Then you will let leave your place without having secured your name to I cannot believe it Behold what research I Tufn leaves and see these gems of richest thought 1 Ah if wo only had such minds and could wield such a pen But we can and in u measure we can be like Every family should have this noble Let me put your greatness make tailor arithmetic and she returned to her avocation of ing Her ancient lover renewed his and on one while accompaning her to placed a ring upon her telling her they were now legally man and She required a public wedding with white satin and laee orange and but he confessed that his with whom be ws unduly would object to any nonsense of this He subsequently wrote addressing her us his dear and signing himself For Months she practiced deception upon her loving until one day a feeling came over her and she confessed There wasan The ring was re turned to the butthe letter was retained ns Now a suit is pending for breach of promise against John civil brought by a law firm in behalf of May Oham a Damages are set at as the old gentleman is the little scheme ibr raising the wind is likely to prove A Dnbuque nan a offers prav for   

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