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   Aiken Courier Journal (Newspaper) - December 18, 1874, Aiken, South Carolina                                VOLUME 1NUMBER 7 i 371 OLD Written 1br the THE OONQCEKER mighty king is and 6or the world xfoth empire e half bis conquest neer were no insurance gainst his art privilege tis to hurl a he con find a MoMierafaave tried to clip his JirokwMs lance and snapped hie string Yet roihul the world his fame still VAnd conquests makes he every The i lie the grave and forced to bend beneath his fctiow not why they painthim small infantve and V IOer sea and land he alla of be brinfccth kfei tfic king toys off 5rie e leads the Warrior Jfor fefrnthe inieev spume his him irt locks nfnA oan Partook that nijrbt oi the hospitalities of our ever teithftrt and a family letik supper with Aunt Ann abd Aunt their last dajps be their and may thev eo down to the end ttf theifr J V livs in peace arid Next morning we pot out in with fourteen ring toil roarers of as good blood1 and grit ever fol lowed on the trail of a buck made heavy drive that und found selves at sun near the bouse of uiy old twelve miles below where in diiys of yorrt this deponent took purt in many a hard fought when we people were Camped that night in a conifnrtihh school tendered tw by iHewd At 5 oVlock next morning Toby sung out coffeV when all bunds ami to pack up far a fifty mite and just as old Sol fcepfein to ncw tho first color of his jacket in the we sounded our mel low popped our whips and Jead off for n fifty and rearing and capering about like seeming to know as well what on hand ati At Allendale we called on 3JIU and Ben who very letcers of iutroducdon some eenMemen near the huntirfc y wlio bad put acme our k fces Wft ttfcntest to have an the titles doth dfaapiso OH hunters from a set ti the loud of A jftifj Bill ftrnsfced the 8 the spring and fj rignfc smart as through fcho burning pV and at the homii looking old to beg They nil plant sugar cane givinga much us you it at ten a seemed be veryconifor ilt was conifprtoblev old Sharuiab panic 5 and burnt me s shot myself mighty well to take a about thirty liis all with a deer A around whipped whenwe left undlaiiy good general migTitf it wia no in tearing us up and saint fif M wiujQuh him devil eye kmdled talli very Slierp day our l riannnh in him he pvwhcu he that fonp here id UI on Wtapped und always willing and j ftMedr hes a again same bipr it ining to prepare M t fft t tort or the man ff for twon MtoiA nri cood as ever d y knocked down a plaisure of cir rjing to his faStorithe in that same hind leg of a miud en On Warren Lawton called juirttjd us on Us the brftke bread and tiiniiled water with Imot advise yon unaC to salC the If think you hive a gootf of breach vtr promise you might aomnjcnee kgul ocedingsitgainst treacherous of it is the itid vom if I dont Mef bim iho ends the unnht I want a rittit T V n I youll have to tho Ciruit will she have to appear in Circus anAbe I how can yon eer ptand irUI M iiioir ibijr n niMtjf Uir and our We wertfiilso very Eindly and politeTy j up there and tell how and give you a played Wich Tilda justica iKali be did colorejl Sillily lleei and Uncle ngan fir the couio to a close with A mote Suffice It to si talk we and a fired fortyHevsn iiTic iirid eouriri the flung ni the oundjreveiiil bv the ilick put ofl oar ftoLre to hitfcber ever cies the Coiue v go to jhe Oourt ao1 coiwme treacheroaa prbTQwe suit i ITw oiily a ptior tuvi i well follerthut vtllian from to V iaM iwwni i OFf RE OL1I i ASG IN TROCBtE CbanTe and Find otm Jtu iur late of the been beaten aw of jour town a dight not wtm OM A bijr biightly to sb so thut we found it necessary Tor th sajte of solace nnd comfort to soent6 nnd knowing of noQeftOwcll calculated as Jptt nian3v nnd iavorite ihe deer we put out in i he latter part of away down to Sinierb ttxfc the train nlios ulias alias Polecat the train and Henry on to bead Columbia two vho hud a good deal to do in dialling us ont in the very loaned us his morning iaVvd tfiod to havea little hunting it was very apparent that lie uibneabou tnuneur cririgfor a scat in the than hextid Sparnick social and in prime spirits j he welfare of the Old tiered usa but on inquiry we found that he was uuf much of a and thinking go nimble was good enough lor Left Irain at and oar with his nose and face badly having been the pio pfojc hunt the riipht Iat Aunt Anns and found our WjtliaiAscraping the nit flies off of lees with his pocket i j r Knite aSKVd Djm ji she was good joa Ill thnv Httvforl boyii how to split 1 borry prising niierchaiii and clever who did all er to cjflke He is clever by but we fluppofie the main Reason1 of his kindness Was from thofact that lie andthis dopoent bled and in at m the South Carolina Mr I uni feaiful rf port may becoaie tiresome to as I have must beg yotihr for it was a mijrhty to than v r aiid ring tails at Jbnc very Milr and were armcdWiili tence fails and ntd it up Haet had not trip to us and the members of the Old Avho were not with will want to know every crook and turnj andyotfr fe our only medium for to account of the trip By letter it would take more paper and stamps than we areabletomise under too present condition of our fi We looking very hopefully to tho school commissioners and county treasurer for a little Christ mas Christmas ought to bo a big day with for as little as you may think of judging from our heavy head of hair aod youthful is neverthe less rue that on Christmas day your correspondent will be fifty years of the ow and r r howerer uutil they s of IJnola Sea cei an d WUKu had broken ff his knife and fifteen feet in the J effort to cut his throaty is a oiighty active being sorter ctf at a distance an excited looker on this was has its qntrjil Statiou know it But what mvamus then drove op and about four oclock we struck a rouKirkablc phice a sand nine mites lung by half a niile on banks of the with nothing on it but a few as ecrabby black gopher holes and deer tracks as thick hair on a dogs And of all the whipping and slashing that you ever heard Bub nnd Toby then had it to keepihe ringtails frottirunning off 1 A l t bod but every sweet vT 1 We were looking anxiously and for the steauijboat from with all our aumns the rest n few gallons of best extniot of rye and corn juice thati wis ewor in the State of but frnm some misun derstanding the boat arrived withinnth ing Cor the GangAnd Edi can you imagine onr chagrin und dieappointwent were entirely opt aneTitwus absolutely in that low and malarial for piny woods boys to take three drinks tt and sometimes ynd sometimes and there not a drrjy nearer than1 Brighton a longdistance in case of But thereis lucfc in n as Jack On ithe boat we spied n i the penial face of thnb prince of good Sum Who brought with him a box rjimedand jamed with all sorts of goodtlrings imaginable and it realy was to us wbat tho quails were to the children of Israel was ten About wo reached our cainp in hand one mile below Sis tcrs never gained souienotoriety btj We did not need a Moses to smite a for there was the old Savannah floating by in all her silent And witn the box cameour colored see thU you asked the gheVihy and if do Saj shes 114 good a girl aa there is I dont say atreV I dont go around claiming thataho ctn paw a piauncr or fiddle oo a Shes she loves her KJ 9 she shall have her rights if ic takes every cent of my The girl sat down covered her eye with her and the mothers face grew red as she lvLuokutAhe Dont it make your heart ache Oh it makes my blood bjle of ifchow been served the the feeling hia interest deepening haint no purticulars about she jiobd for nothing cur narnod Shook bus been hanging around uny house ipr purtcndiny that he loved and that he was going to matry aod I was to with eoij and all and Sunday night hev upn married u girl in the Sixth Ward uThat was quftcr mused the Queer Mt was was awful 1 sbe didnt ive her n minits a luinit right married anoshcr girl Are you sure he was engaged to a on tile sidewalk lo gwat Learn to do to loti aitentittij to it n there Will remain powibillW w take in any If you huvtsi bjirKiita W wlich n deal of tion vuad itia finallyepQjjpl ulite4 at the alf ttie so as the your ing the spot where a Uttlo gang of out as a was par excellence bkcd the that I stand here OF course he waai mean ever askod her in BO many to become his wife T not in many but ho used to sit up with squcezu her her and call et didnt P derstandiogj do it to he over A fine at Bfllrt fi i agree perfectly at the of making the you to Mud to dvfferj it is better txj df sy giabing lhant the ei a go over the whole thiui pain haftapparently u succinctly and boch parties understand it If you have an order to pood practice to let the person receive it to Inthis   

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