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Aiken Courier Journal (Newspaper) - December 5, 1874, Aiken, South Carolina VOLT K voiTnd is IM use you d int t liing I ve hi CM her iiir sNumv liuitheij v tu mind yhe io her times but thrift h ivcjinwn ve it nobody minds it osod t i a vnle i H i n tr with nid am tf ills tiniO i1 in pretty n way the get sort o much utter and tli h t in Way hi One ni a kmuk at the d tr of which thft nhi nuai r nap df selp lio Come thnv DEVIL COXTXOL our HI the you open 7 Come in of Or and to iVell wot on earth has put you out Do tell if you iiid been a plowin ail ntornin in the hot and Crtnio o your and had nothing to with your meat and be put out I reckon youd think souuthin was and youd feel overhct Nothing to drink 3 cried the n O 111 K have ti em tiio preacher be wise on liisrbcmc And while hear his IlctTinr from We the Tlmt bonrs us To clinics hcyund the The goal we not where Of In pnt Until our race is Why wot do you Theres a nice spring right close by your and Im sure theres plenty of Water in the branch down Water oh the old Much bleegcd to Plenty of cant von come n the di the rain And sure in walks a up in store and a nice silk unihrulla in his hand says I reckon Ive seen you Dont you retuember the day when it was a rainin and you wanted to come into the and 1 1 ind Shorn to phut the window on you ywu must ex cuse but I wasnt in the best of numors thit day cause of house and it you Oh dont mention siys the devil as pnlitc as you l3et bygones be but Im cold ind hnvnt CLO ftnim of 1M cut 21V fHazy Master nhi lie puked his tLe i ou b told by Historian I in anil I find it And J All if is md what it Ami huw jtt devil dime Writ ton for the THE BIRTH OF THE VISE AND THE X OF THE md the ond nil the old A Rabbinical Tradition Freely About wo years after the cUse of our civil i fVicnd of whose bad from exposure in jlic dcrato and confinement Ju A was advisid by a jhysiciiin tn nst or railicr to go a travelling in tho mountainous re oi our and to do as much of his jounioy as was convenient on Ho invited me to as a viit to the Upper Districts suited my and chimed in with my I wil ijnjrfy AVc arrived om evening at a iaTin house v hi st exterior gave but little intimation nr the wel nd i fare uf by thv Alter n Jtunrty a good deal of socia abie cliat iti of a cheerful our only our and imbibing urtjdoiali trcprarory ny friend Co j wonder whu tiii iniju wh ami This rcuinrk set Did crusher a spinning tbo viilch ujtdu us and children let alone the Stock and the crooiurs that have boon in thus same if luj ever so the mere thought of drinking of it turns my and gives me u misery in my bowels I cant do no how yuu can fix old ses the a scratching his I duuno but wot you air J reckon us how I cuddnt do it Ive iwL to help you out of the Lets Now Ive got You just wait So the who or OJd No was a pjnd natured chap as ever Why where were yuo fotchcd your wutcr for the old woman to wash hei close plenty of water to wash the little ones faces when they get ton on bearably and nil that sort o but as icr drinking J thank not if I You Ive been through the I and 1 can v member all the strong you rot anything vou can offer a man to drink r says Noah help theres the bottle on the side Dont spare ThercH plenty more down in the So the dovil he poors Ut n good I tumbler foil of the wine and takes it I down at a and he makes an awful face at and he curls up the left side of his mustacher in most despisable Its powerful Why it aint got no backbone to it IK that he best you cur do fora uiun when hes cold ind nhivcrin Why what the devil is the matter with you daddy Ill bet you arent any better stuff than that where you come see ym double on says the Did you never hear tell of DECEIT Oi SONG The man wroe Sweet didnt have aoy of not ill his folks home say he JNchody who writes about anything had If i man is out of he immediately goes and writes tibouc No man writes so nmny as the man who it out of y he didnt any The man who wrote the Old Arm Ciiaii never an chair in all his Tho best he ever had was aw old splitbottmned chairwithout any back to Tho auihor of Take me Bick to was in The nearerhe ever was to it was sitting in the Uillhun Tell eating Switzer why That wan the best he could Iiti Oouie Home to has not spoken to the wld woujan for and wouldnt go near the he is of that class of spiritual iKts who dont believe they will ever His health His moth or is nothing but a and Ive iookitl at if rlj and druincJ Lo tin dre Tet after nil jio wisc So I Jain yi1 cup im jrjve it How yci ilevi criine in ye red red wine And when yc yu He mounts auci mounts to ye top ofve And exalts tliei tilomis ve s ml yc devil tint livca In yc red ret wine i lien damning ye soul 0 nottnng to chain yc Can nothing yc tkvil control went off fast as his wings would carry him j in less than no eaine back with a bundle under hit arm oi luuking vine Scuppcninnifs and and the There Ls the author of the Old Oak en Tlrcre wasnt a buck et on the old being drawn I O with t tin and cetera If I had but a Tiiuitsand a Year i stated prtv The fallow ing in reJatioa to ptif postage is of genera At che lust session or congress the subject of postage on lowspapers periodicals Wtft tafcjn into cnnsidtMation by that resulting iu the bill cuiu of fixing the rate two ciiius per pound on all of that class of uwticr published once a or uiore aud transmitted to regular subscribers through the and three cents per pnund on such matter issued less Ire ay than once a TheproviiionB tf into effect Jan uary The PostmasterGen eral by confined to a choice of one of three of collecting the postage by UMIJJUS of consid erable his britn jdiveu to matter bv this office and after a care nothing but fine Come alon and Ill chew you what to do with So he shewed him how to plant and how to tend how to prete and how to make wine out oi And when be dratiL the first it mudc Nouhs thats the t cried Much obJeeed 10 mofitwnially neglected I lei you theyre another sort of stuff fioro that sour traeh uVVell if you really hireirot anything better Id like to ete and whats more Ill not only itll show privately to his frioads thu he ful review of the pkuu it wag be content with half that as deomud best to recummeni the adop he was doing chores fur his board nnd tiun of system of prepapuient bj three months ecliooliag in The author of Cnuufpagnt Charley postage Btutips 10 a of uiaiHnjr in to a stub nuver drank auyhingbut cent wbiv in a bouk retained by the at The man wrote Mary had a a ugh at the tiuio quMiut idtas and exprcs tnd wnicii I reproduced aJterward or flic of my friends Ive heard that ques tiou Hsked can iuisWtr its yi u 1 the I think 1 us ainost uhy one j ihe fitst purt of Call ajraiu wiietiuver you like and Ill be happy to me aii1 my old too Good bye to God It the old man talk u littlo too Lamb knew very well that nutitiii but a lit tie of Octao7 is a Id like to taste it All riglit old give you tome of twt how to make it far So out of pocket he fetched a little battle ticketed Gibsons Old Rye taste says thatll put snme titO into your old boLcsj your Otir wine there dont a atans but f when you cct two or three drinks of froui this you dont owe no man like that it plaintive who represents himself as tumiuer with n ii pensive wis ln says tho old as he takes a pull out of the bottle and it brouht thn Iutchliien up In hud did count VMH the their uty nico it just come awful h pnrrv in their oivn ut 11 run this yer iiit is as true JM the do you but it that that uut 01 1U yna R hcpot an youve heard a down fioui hid from Oh sir J That was I and so that he couldnt a Vcution of the tillt flr a whllr uWhut do you to says the fired strong nnswored when he could contrive to Nothing wheij you ret used to Try another pull1 between the in they maniped to finish tho There just enough in it to old Noah want for without upscttinjr for the stranger feerful BO lets take another iod a guod one at for umyhaps you wont like to drink an more liquor afur youve heard the end of my Now the old Squire llund wine fust rute and got veiy fund of It him feei stron and ever gathered all his life Gther shells All the shells he eggshells back A his I the Angels ill his in a bter saiuun indeed 1 hu man who wrote the did he were mothers spent Anels the mailing a receipt showing weight of mutttr and aoiuunt being given by the to the person f the Shirt hadnt a shirt to hin back iij a Wiitnpus fur Oft in the Ni fresh alter a hard days and when his old missus wys cranky und 10 JaUit H pnrd of u me w s urt txt put her in u bctier buth with hiiaclland which the most used to on u spree iutl make the still eight howi till The author of IVu Met by Chance knew very ueJl it was all arrttnaed fort1 He hud been weeks con triving she admired his con the stauip affixed to the stub to be canctiiod by u cutting thus preventing their This it is is uiore tjcable and kas expansive ia fions than citherof the while at the same time it wiii be quite as ual in collecting the A series of stamps have been devised iweniyiour denominations by Means of which any sum which is either the two ur three ceat from two cents to can be made by the uueuinot more than live It is tue reduction D che V a and into the never runs So the two r Tiie a ofI Know a they a jruon dci3T a tors had all ihitiiis back into hud t ut about plough natured thought and tee how things n Thinking it WHS uiil aianneis to Call on the old on folks lie riglit straight to old Walking up Bittng to thu Iuuse Ii should on tho but iln old man i wipui tft his forcd his pocket awiul red iv but as him ny indigo in spirits wore ai er s and tho had v natural riclit to their fuui ily rid ihu did nut know one where he get j his iirjte The only check nwlu friindly and noiit mindi he ever held was a white check on a faro never held a red check in to jist jiut he and put them in a better huihor all around wih each and things Ive litcrn tell how even now a days in fur re n pirts where they drink nothing but folks are hotter dont drunk and It taLcf liquor to em up to fighting tnjvnin ud Dad tos the Sos wats Lho matter yuu liok na dunibCuiidcrcd as your own old grey niarj wliuJi he first cum out of tho You luok terrible Had too much vain fur the crap Is the old woutan been a hauling you over the Cals Lost any more of yuur fam ily seed you uid tell us whats been and jiied Whats the mater now flatter I matter tljough not The craps and all the young arc com on this ori but it to toliist1 There was another of a kind i O i ihe our and not so InenoJy toward Psonh and the of i and was the He was like the oiiicr chap of ins promise ttach him how to makt fIic lire water I and fludevil brought to him a liuie and a if it a of other folks and they sue ap in nn cf tins way down by the brunch whete no body Cuuid see just as our people used to do during1 the war And the old njui never let un about it to d hcru he ured to make his fine Old and drink it But fumiii at Jiome sonu fuund oul soiiiuthini uiit of the lor he got mighty in his and his What are the Saving very were i lor away fro in without paying his hotel will care for Mother Now indeed You took her to the poor hoaso just before writing the system of compulsory prepaymeat of newspaper postage will yeild a larger revenue to department than has sver been In the city of New York coifcprehenstve inquiry seems te warrant the belief that not less than por annum will be sum wweh is little less than onehalf of entiit revenue from postuija throughut the United States during the fiscal It how impossible tu estiaiate the actual increase for the whole uwioji to that provisiun of the law allows the tree mail circulation of in the counties in which they arc priu C h tea go Tim and there is oobudy to care for her Hear the oormaster was deaf and nor UK He couldnt make his pa contrary in his so that nothing suited last ofe he was HO drunk that us was the the til seemed to Mother on though Hani he t in iiis and he made a t wntn out of i ri i i i ut and anre enough fell sprawi ir in ihe pi s luu there hap vvuuld have to be souse people wo and some Ive heart reud when they sic iheir a thriving and and behaving of themselves gentleiucn j IJiboilv at home but that supid boy very uneasy em stmih When Ham ftame across his dad n lyiji in the doonvay7 pickud him and uymod him to but so that all hie clothes feil off and thus woke the old man up from his and he fell to Kwearin and Ham like u good But you know all that story Ive told vou all 1 They watch em and if they dont trip f their Own whj they put n stumblin block or so in their BO that the f h of life mightnt be too smooth for Youve come across fome uch havnt stranger i know I u darn ed lot of So devil i h ought hed put an end to SqirciSoahs euJ now Many of the colds which people are said to catch commence ut the keep tbese extremities vrarui to effect an insurance agaiuSt the ai inost list of disorder which spring out of slight First never be tightly Boots or when they fit press ubd prevent the free circulation of the bloud when on the coulraiy they de not embrace the foot too the blood get fair and the left between rhe leather nnd toekings are filled with a comfortable supply of warm The second rule sit in damp It that unless they postively it is not necessary to change hem while the icet arc at This is a fulLcy for for when the least dampness is absorbed into the is attracted further the foot by its own t hue perspiration is dangerously Any person may prove tliis by the experiment oi neglecting the and hie feet will bccouie cold and dmn p It is probable that there will be no unj ufUr few mnmenw although taking uff used to thrash the old woman within au inch of her t uies a The authur of Kaiii on the Hoof always slept in ihr except me Kiss him for his Mother his mother wouldnt gut mad have and whipped her little boy nearlf to demh Im jaddesc when I Sin tickled almost to death if of Fall has had the blood of a live lamb introduced Nis u remedy for c know about tie urigin of the stillj and for ill gins named usual effect pave an abnoiuial fondness j the and will quite
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