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Aiken Courier Journal (Newspaper) - December 29, 1874, Aiken, South Carolina t BBI ES W V Ly t t f ri vc NTM MEII T JL mr A mi TVJSO IbcroV His mh 1 y s kiis is riMcl p r is uor viie toliL i his Kvt i tis In 1 t CJifi Motors liiv Idiiie hi M rings Yet i I hi o hi fmni sUil Ant mjikc ho OTcry THO t1 i fi i1 joid JL ll V L l j i HL 4 Are to Lfviojiui ho J know nn vrliy piitit him siiml t i i of our cmfaithful j rMl and had i snrj family talk j ihc s MUvtr wiih Aunr Ann and Aunt Polly thir to ihoir and may they tro ro end of their Hvs in niMce und happiness tlrouuh fi in iio ins and As an opL1 to meet 7 tnd ihc mu Joe called attho house ni a clover I he comfort ol the man for i i it It 0 I think you to prepare promise 1 S 11 til i fP ii II vt i r i Next we put ut in Inokinold to j sn our Joe is i as ever h i The next Snn down with Tliey il plant djnt of us ouoi and ever much as P it is I vam if I iMii breach of pro ot thMiiiil of a buck made a j you it is scarce in heaw drive that and found mir ten a 1 selves at sun near the house of Denied be very wiicn tnv old lick velve was coniibrrigc until UK h d ihc of the earrh i 1 and I illends l rh rynji 10 tin in that iic CMO hind iej uf a wiaul A 1 T t i have Lu take tins ca ic mics hcvc in avstif ynvo this deponent took pnrfc in To in And And Oer The Fur fill i hu AiJi vbat he h tf tn way tbe of many a hard fmirlit T c xvere oa and 1 On iSuviJay Mr Warren joiiiOu us ou howca iir uuil v will she Appear in tfie him ihc uMnn ii11 am n shot woni well gitodCratk U in a cotnlbrtlliU school tendered j thirty us by friend his with a At 5 oclock next niorniusr Toby sun around saui i cut ciffes when all hjinis whipped when lefl j j and to pack up and any uiigbthayc Riust forafiftv mile and just ns old it ami was no usu in tiio WOVK knth tins i Pol boon tP show thStt color of his in tearing us up and pov ne n chse witn a low mor iacket ui the soundud our melj wiuimin and eliilUren as him md tliuijj j tory j Mv popped our whips and lead dovils The oW bUicic it to say plain MIK tand were very kindly un tkereand toil he d by and ojored Smidv Iveu and Uncl tho f fora fifty mile youn inr a our uud with undull tliit uslioii continued HUG and well iirt coojiuencca afore we cat and thoiiKh Im eye kindled as ho and he evii a hu icntlv hiu soiiC very ivcol we counted IJia be ficih t And rniiks nn All iron lUj cq d Avcot coiiiiisio an liters sceniisiir I1 know as leclious ui tas on hand as we Tinc 0vr hunting and iu oonri liii l 1 r f 1 he bv ihc j only a pnr mid you LO i vvuiJ ioller that villian from Ban lu I LU and back what well wax him In the At we called Bill Ln tlie and BIMI wh very shots were 11 o l e and tiuu in i1 the to fl in us ictiers uf iilroduction to near tho hunting who had put sonic rtrictuiis on fraui a disinnce j our pot us all riirht and we were treated by H Van Worth the first amlkilleautiKC Ater and it is mtcr lv impossible ior us io to out Sunday on our arach reis uid slick t fit rest me of us ore rode up IQ live losee he The a fine the rood inanv Aiil cfi AJU hint la every bind lie i UHV eye MU shy n Liy w it iiuu i mighty and things raltic iVtmi AlUiidiile to our uriny fine cotton ofwhich seemed never to have had a boll pickd parsed so lookinir ttnd more lhan we saw in one day I deer was ana i Muioting done be Uunt like io ih we did for in the mnsi oiihe Old rtre eon 1 trncU when llity come they in the n n youll sec Ail tciiitij mi finj111 Yet so ccn tlioKph all flniliCS AuO een the Oth Anl I cfirc not ivlio liou ttithii cornnv tliy heart Is siiuking vci ininirc riin Who io ilioc than That ilill Aid nn earth Lnvcs is oer will 1c a Love is iifit v IN TROUBLE find Fhi one at a liki the caic md and lae mud and water I respectability of that wyrc uo at the At the little town of j struck siHiiCthinjr entirely to i in the of a turpentine form and distillery in full As wo rode c looking nt the countless scores nUiuV tUiiUl got e socii fmind M i noi ho vrc by of the knocked thorn iihfcand reminded uie thnt I nii a chunk iif to the old o man a m onu places OB And lii Vov Iwoil A MiniH nn iiict Is that btftv I t one for a man oV with a ilu touch uwiisioixilly fniiu old by way of a 1 the head iiitm for a ntd he a ptct it you want I pocketed u jiood and ym now nil rilit for Chris il I j can gel a little corn jJKC aid i big Jiub am1i and election any nod A Detroit An Indian yesterday called a Woodward store to some and ne so Vrsistent tbkf ever nv prepared of tho tlorfcs tnok down an cios by j uffarcd it IMJ he for inquired us he OM aceoin of J held up the So let this replied and j show rhc world by our forbearj pro Me rlmt all we is justice and a j ho inn c ivset went flta i nrifMT oiiU tor squaw iiii in thii or our more tho j ofd he tlio the who have cvrfll dropped i i i hrcf to put on the sarpnsftd thcuiselvos in UKkite y it ill side llild Sitfd will have a to do iji teuini u l f i jtiMi rverv wav but tho nutit o d Snuih Carolina on her ui j i finiiiv whac thp uiatter in wish was ior the Ha vouu merry a happy New removed 1 tounc Tho i the Utirj0 scone oi tho hunt and of friend After breakniu 1I iiir bny in and let hia name be the hK of a noble old with ten OUIP ONE TJE our fourteen riny sunn over him on the Bund when ho j turned nis rho wrnni t prcupinc he put tryesrijiigs biJv At that enteri fourteen tuiis our Tli poifi culored md Free A woman about forty years lead iiiiher a jrirl of the Oentral Station yesterdav d to knnvv il thiie was any of tue boon beaten in our hi to county as a Dutch 1 bv a tiiui diaht man and not win nl di the Old vho Ult f ok ir nii to ii in to heart for to s ii fcat tlu kni iWill d 1S tlllit liiW 1jit I notj huts the matter querriud merehaul and eiever did all in his powj armed Eurico rails ant or to iinike our tiir He and tlie noble 3d folliw hn deter by imt we suppose the j to it up main reason of his kindness vty however until they had i j from the iact ho and this fchc rails of Uncie thls don tfPu bled in the wars Corns und our hil he at iu the llth of 3fy knife and was IJ 1 1 1 j M Sourh Carnlinii I thrown fifteen feet in the clear Mr I am fearful this j cut atd when report bcco ue to j iit he hit it as 1 must hcjr your j shes my and if I do saj shes as ygirl as there is i dont say shes ijiii iic cue nu vur is nii4ty activc little fo and 1 dont ttnmild that iahtJ bi bcir sorter oft at u paw a or fiddle on a eiubers of with buth j SSies she loves her and with 1 his I she have uer u it for it was a mi l rip to us and the men ihe Old who were not with j cscited looker tliv i I j i iiiirtvi iii j ii want toknw eviry erookund turn every sweet has its every cunt of my is our onlv medium The sat dnwi and coverc un r V liivinii he deer want to knw eviry ana turn f n wo iu M in M lutT part of dud your paper is our only medium to eauh a full of the trip i and hunt 3v letter it would tuko morel U l A i nnnri v Inr T u S di k cbj on ih train yiiui i j 1S than hourly fnr Irom ilii nud Henry on two do iuu under me present condition of our fi We very hopefully lo the school coumiBMoncrs slid trcasuivrlor a litile Christ had deal to j mas liui us t in hu ver kiiu1 Chusiiniis be a bip daj with tried to have a littlu j j aucu his for as liule as you may think of from our heavy head of hair bur very apparent j youth ul appearance it is nevtrthe that i nnuuhiocd more uiaiieur true that on Christinas day i il I I tr a MHU in th uU door M iia in your cmrespondent will be fifry ytars of But what of a few and corn juice with ill our the rest H ot the extract of rye was ever in the State of hut iVnu uisun derstanding the boat arrived with for And Edi ind were entirely out aid it was in can nu id her eves with the mothers rcti us Look at JIG poor thin Dont it make your Oh it makes my bioud bile whnn 1 think of shes been served klGLvc us the the ftielinjr his interest C the lie iokled up his pickeU up his and oj the streets iankd his and wimts that7 shotted ih bvyo us tey onntcht ami haihva diiy icil him rot it The n but he Iriirh aiul the bovs uLril a and a through hu the eierk bad sold and ihai ho was iuads iun and ui the threw it on n id cs How ti Do Lrarii or o be so there will take in of that psibiiity of mis of If to nifties od tf uuu fuiiiiy at the the o as m avoid of Remember huint if you igrue periectly ut she weit kA for nothing cur Of making ho yui are named Shook been hanitii around to disagree and f ynu are ior a purtending that he j to itis baiter to do so J jji v f in that low and vwlurLiil and that he was going to ginning than at the ior piny woods boys to take lur I was to live with g0 the whole aitei Li j i rf j n three drinks a find sometimes iild Suoday night he rip n gain has apparently ben L Y T and fometiujcs more Hui heio ojn Jn tlio j the welfare of then drove OH and four the Old us a bm oclock we struck a remarkable place a on n irv we found he was imt i i r a uuU thinkin sand nine miles bv ho if a not a dr p nearer than ren miles a lun distance in case rf siek queer unused there is luck i riuht on the bunks the enough ior i with it but a lew Jack On tho boat we spied rt Ucrubby black opher holes in the freniaMacc of that prince ot Left the train at und met and tracks us thick as Sam who brouU with riricnu And of all tho u bnx ramed and jmi i i i i i j i 11 11 ii iiiii m nil n I StJli LI lit ii succinctly Voth patties understand If yuu have an order to it is a Viictice U lcl the Pmun wlll st evive it what ho is T IIC 11U vi til i 11 hain ieen the whippiDtr that you cvor with all sorts of good ihiugs imaginable liitrd huh and Toby then had it to 1 and ii miiy was to us what the keep thering tails from running were to the children oMsraol in the About dark we reached our camp never ending We did neer o a hunt ihu belbre Arrivcd at Aunt Anns and found our William scraping the nit flies off of I 111 111 Sei arjlU 11 IU I I vii wv uv wi ies with his pocket round all in hand one mile below Sis not need a Moses to smite ior r i tfcerc was olj Savannah floating by in all her silent And with the box came our colored Joe knile asked him if the wns in goud i ters kiltcrj he you Ill Now this Sisters Ku show thrin boys how to split gained some notoriety ofiate bc Queer It was was awiul tho didot t five her i ininits to C10 In his way many uia Nght off n married another j which result frotri misun mav be ltArc you sure he engaged to your daughter T uskcd tho I Am J sute that I stand here Qf eourse he was J mean had Jie ever asked her in so of s many words to become his wile T 3o not in so many but lie used to sit up with her bring her and call her j niMHiii didnt Tilda i In whatever vou huve to i do it so that itwill iot have to ha done over Oa the strict and faithful observance of this rule much of success and in lue n bcrrv ca some nniuriLiy in juiu M uuv spot where a little guug of a was et dido t 1 A fine asPorfcment of Havana segan Rolls bakery aul
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