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   Aiken Courier Journal (Newspaper) - November 24, 1874, Aiken, South Carolina                                VOLUME 3 1874 OLD SERIES Y for tiie not for the garmonts I tt wiJtenro its and tis rag i lining within that is white and And the pockets nre filled with pieces of judge tbou my heart by the lines on my Formsftve and beauty likewise oft find a pebble milic hearts And n meiu rtgcd siul behind laugliing ThougKl in a far from Aui are rents that let in the I have treasures therein thut would madden Jow I Ofstatuesand pictures aud jewels j And in this old house mine painterd and fair ladies and we quaff every day therarest old And dino off he best the country But what makes the old house dearer to mo Theres a tenantwithin it surpassiogly one that roy visitors nercr can And shes ever at home to wait on me cuuie Sidney Hired tor the carrying the banner of tho Hnn which was Vacant rooms far tho reverse could be Dust thou to dust thou shult and a quo tation from the divine which reads his bones over the Hes a very old pump every ownss one for further particulars apply to Spanis 1here witK no leas the stalwart form of Oolouel In his hands was an empty cash and above his head waved ti silken on which was de awn of the estate of the late and the toucking soon I doae I dont know what J was begun There we saw the burly fiure of Written fdr tlie SONNET ADDliESSED TO THOU rOYE SOI I know not if T but this I That thee sihove all other maids I prite And when tbine itunge is before mine eyee As eer it which way I AH others I Dost thou loveso And when I bearthejoyouBnotes of Or voice of summer winds aioid the tree My willing fancy shapes tlcaa into ecroto form sweet rhftpsodies like hose 8ue flhe loveth thce And and and waters on tbe AH jnui mcr words they never loves nnd true thy shall be lovea she she me While the deep mouthed in its continuous roar in our sought o resurrect the sleeping very tuuth DS people will strive to raise the aud a braesband bonfires made a mournful pro boing organized under the clouds near tW White to move out and gitftSecent to the late the shores of and The party deceased was laid ottt in a casket iimdc of tbe best and well pro tected pig was decently clad in gold bearing oeiS tificatcB ot stocks from the Credit Mobilier and the Seneca The countenance of although Composed in had yet a painful as if it had died withoutany The part of undertaker was done by old General assisted by the ladies of the and the pajnful duties were well barring some giggling from the Treasury who haled the late nod a little hard swearing by Father who said he had acted as accoucher at the birth of the party and hed be something awful il he did not have it decently The pall bearers were composed of Morton and other late candidates of said party for the Presidency too numerous too men Father Spinner had much trouble in managing his pell from a singular way each wheu in pro of kicking the pall beawir directly in front of The tho most fearful ever hoard at a was made by Architect Mullet blowing hie own It was dismal The mournful musio of ihe mighty Mnllett made ihe mourners almost wish they were The chief mourner of the and of coursehe smoked a He had crape on hie legs and about his and he curried n carpet on which wne inscribed He was followed by the family oi brothersin uncles and howling and carrying a draped in on which inscribed two Dy walked sadly and solemnly the Majestically with arms folded anc head appeared the Great Seal o the State Behind him General Upon his breast hung a placard which read said He victory and a I am Stantons Close upon Belknaps heels was the Kotund that jilly sea dog of the nuvy Under each arm ic carried an iron His shining countenance iHamiaated the 3h banner bad these significant words Claims favorably coosidered and prompt y For further particalars see cords of Jo that famous loaned for the occasion by Judge who also cindly consented to aud pulled by Government sat the tall cadaver ous form of the Attorney His whopper jaw wufi more whappercd thua Bin flag had upon it the sad twas my necessity Ne cessity knows no As the procession headed Salt it necessarily tooV a South ern direction andl it dil tbe Attorney General turned an aahy and treuibled violently he bhook tha Judge Wright fcwaed to hiaiand toid You do ehf Youre are eh At this Williams started up pointing to the South1 cried not thy gory looks at me j Thou canst not say I did Damned it they tho venerable Again he cried lime Has That when tbe brains wire out would Andyot Toorabs That wasnt in your eh quoth But the Attorney grew eo ill the procession hudto be stopped to allow the unhappy man to As the ranks closed up without and the cortege moved the ran along the line that he ted the and the general verdiet was supported by Cowen and Dave and followed by Boker and Joe mo ted hie knees knock ing while his putty like conn tenance wan spotted with so great was his In vain Cowen and Davetfiedto cheer They kept assuring him that Salt Rivet was not the But behind followed a fearful crowd of thieviag Indian ihievin pension thieving land thieving patent and they aJll At every extra howl Deuno would sink upon his knees and cry out Oh have mercy upon me Thee Dave and Cowen would hold him up At last they ran a stick through between his and with one at each suc ceeded in keeping the Interior in As the thieves marched they or rather howled We are marching to the shore Of Bali River We are marching to that Mid a Demofcraiit And we come back never Columbus great old Fearful groans and closed up with a carraigc containing the Postmaster He seemed the only happy Individual Bis eleiatiou was so ustounding thut ho has not yet recovered Irom the hysteris into which it threw hifti and then ho has not in loop enough to stenI so his conscience comparatively speaking at His banner l these Hnes his to veil ia my And Yankee is my nation j Making Uaihcr JH my j Ana Grant is my At intervals Jewell would swing lat and cry for Grant lets follow him or Chin The tall commanding form of Gover nor Shepherd keeping step to Mdetts and his banner that he waved proudly my the devil is not Of immediately in his rear Father George our beloved faithful in death as he had been nyal in The handsome Haiku with bis massive brow and now useless deeds of marched with easy nonchalencc He had no but his faoe and manner I dont care a Then came Colunol Mogruder praspiog his He seemed lost in a study of the mul tiplication He would to the ine of six and break down and begin walking at his kept Bother arith metic j the only one I care for has but one part and teaches the rule of that is divisionand Following the above was a vast con course of politicians and office It waaso long that little mounted on the Presidents horse Cin Btojen from and acted as coald not ride from end to and he kept swearing to Damn they stopped stealing long enough to we cflfcld have won at the And so on they to The shaftof Salt River neper before re fiuch a multitude at and so disreputable a The old there swore they would not 1m to associate with such and t busily to wort packing carpot bagi brought there by carpet and found to be no iouger of any preparatory to 4 return sunshine found in official t tnat is to return will aiwaze the as much going have dia But we are prepared for i Written for tUe WHEN YE WINE IS There dwells a aim iji our A man of vast pretence Who every tis strange to When druuk hePirtUh uiost Which cor tradiets and quite And makes us somewhat when ye wine is in yeUoaL Ye wit it crawdulb Aad what is stranger still than And what yes sense doth Jnless ye man drunken He comtson aense Imth Another nran there dwells in Wbtiee wit is no wise Vlien eer ho taketh to ye Hath wisdom noae at i e two ivro friends and sometimes And Ms most strange to a note how ill ye drunken mon When in taoir cups Te man of who rarely When in ye sober Vnother when drunken Of epeecb fac hath a We are marching on in Td Salt We are marching on in For the gullows ia quite near The Prisons in our Columbm great oU More Our profits liAvcbeen Salt River Our profits have been But you shared the Houe Now you musl share our great old A prolonged ending in an In dian war The Cabinet part of the procession KULBS FOE The following rules for measuriujrcorn and liquids many of our readers Shucked Measure tle idth and depth of thft crib in multiply theee tfetee dunonaions and their product by eight thrse on the be as many and those oft the right so many hundredtha of a Unshucked Multiply as in ra e in the above and then the froduct obtained by then catofftwofigutrifl on the thosf on the Wl will be BO and those on the right many hundrcdths of a He that pretends to t liappy Hfc must firel lay a foundation of aa a bond upon him to live and die true to that We do cot find felicity in the Teini of the where wo dig for gold nor in the bosom of the where we fish for pearls hut in a pure and untainted which if it were not were fit to entertain the He that would betruly happy nmgt tninkhis own lot and eo liva with men afi conaidering God sees land ao to an if men heard A avenue merchant ia reported as haiug suid I always happy when I am then I know wa king or t have a though orator working for rae one who never never never makes and certain to enter the househoW from if at allj my trade A who revival for cally could work young niane by tlie minister church with the cannot work but King WillUm toh6 one wouH and uoth He never wMit to school Tor when ye wine is in yo heads Yo wise man is ye THRILLING A New Jerseyrnaa Jnmps Overbowil from an fceaii and NerVe Cootrol the and on the Irish Correspondence of the New York When it was announced in the morning that an American seaman m the gale of Tuesday overboard Irom a transatlantic afterewiAumng for seven lad landed on the zSkibbereen while quite prepawd to Americana credit for doing big things vet unprepared for a dwuRnd on thoir credulity as The the hertt of U waa PAUL of the Jersey AtUntic a profeftjionul 4iverofwoll known left York about ai fortnight in the tibnal Companys steamer taking with him a patent swimming was BoyCon s from 200to 300 mikS distant from New to jump overboard and swim bat the commander of the steamer was a man of little and vetoed the Captain Boy ton had therefore to remain un in volun tary passenger until the vessel ap pronchfidthe Irish on Tuesday when the having been repeatedly gave his DOWN INTO THE Captain Boyton drew on his India ruoher atr tight suit and inflated the air in his air tight subk ho placed ftiod for three tittySj a bulls eye some just to beguile the time on the Bouie rtignal rockets and a United States In his inside pocket he placed a Which the passengers had to he strapped his bowie knife and ax to bis side and grasped his was lowered into the amid the cheers of the at m It was a dark night he close to the Fastnet roclflj with Cape Clear three miles from and Bal towards winch he intended to was in a direct line seven miles He lay on his paddling and now the liglfcs of the vessel were lost in the mght In a quarter of an hour more hiT spirits al most when tossed high on the creac of a wave he could no longer see the coast line or any wind the rain poured down and the tide set dead against He was drifting out to to add to the nwfuj fclonHness uf his and to in crease the dreadful a violent gale That nipht for many hours no mail bout crossed the Irish and great destruction wus done od the And through these awful hours of this man was tossing abuut at tho mercy of the waves some fifteen miles from The wind was so violent that he had to give over with one hand to shade his Jgwe the only part of the body ei tho cutting Once his was wrenched away by a heavy se it fortunately into his hand For several seconds a wave would pletely submerge hiinrjj slioot to before he ugttiu mass of feotto thft which JJis ii conquered J oVluok wmd rectly on aud at dsy morning be1 aud tho of SHbbereenbeftMrtUB now wan notletw thanIt height of the as raise him almost on a I cliff he could discern a threatening wall of rock him way paralelto fortunately Hghtud upon alint aufe landing pldce for miles He saw an opening in the propelled himself cautiously Whitehesitatingly cxamiuii trance u sea btruck hiiu oir another and another strudEJ quick in use less he Was hurled dry uputi It WHS t in the and been nearly seven hours on the traversing a disance of thirty The apparatus had behaved having divested of stood quite ilry in his o which he wore That one ol eicpml with oirt It showed A SARROW PATH IN Up this be and got a mououiu which brought the coast guard pitubly received there thit tho place he hud lauded TrefaskB miles south of B Caring the ing he fcjicHed tad p the letters entruated to in oa u BOW tUe kftro of lib hour Monday he intends to oa Qaeenatowa hatbor soooie distance j I will be followed the weefc after b little swim acrosi on reuru tu the i to warfy out his original idea of jo overboard ttt 250 niites from swimming to New York or Afler hw achievements iu Tuesday night theae last named startling as they flret Ottnnot be regarded as Oonsirteot to the last has died in a Tom A San Francisco man committed cide beeuuao pictorial sheet izod biaBan old The man who not anythingti of but his ia like a poUito the good belonging to him is under A Georgetown man adwtbea cerninj his runaway that never pay owu debts it ft reasonabft to that I shall imt pay There evidently a very brilliant future before but the general opinion is that he wont begin to reaUw it much nntil somebody saws off bin how do you do wonld you work for the crop t I tink bofe de if you km only bmog em An Indiana a paper for libel and dropped dead witHi a Tbe Detroit Frte Prm these fellowa will learn by and Old son bringing GOWH vf OwlC r w for there ttot manuel of Old A ferryman lady whether in the river no said Wa next wow   

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