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Aiken Courier Journal (Newspaper) - January 2, 1875, Aiken, South Carolina VOLUME V K k OJHJ stormv To rlio old t Kuw blinks M that i i i uin folcU aud Kissed hu I I the DiV or JudHtnont h and eMiuim u the JJUL aim us torai inure jrenenil response j MoiirOo nut cure i in hisection oF lU ecuo tMhU demand Oh our or ut ruined V md stnuiff die of i cun t io trv md pointed out the and i i On 1i up ui i i tint lint o 1 diHinciJy i And nice down acjhenrif1 Itir tha icicles hauj JVoni hif T i1 Jind tli tow Arid the snow lav lu ioft Ill the roai the almost uvcr a large Lot something bo j am not to blame The onion of thut long to The t well knowji in Northeastorn b a Wbtu tfcfcr to JJrawii bj ft y An old ajar sir ilc La On this i Jnv his smt irer io I oi the Uau one con He Fo J A jsiy it liur Over this wy I glunctiu to And vhU niy lijrbt Tuuched And of ietiliu you ridjjAi stiid Llic oi look very Xovv dont uuy TO 10 warm And lit lie N ialo ny I joined ii Whose ran Like u the tnil of a mill And x 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ruin Iiur mother nLOj turri And thus a I uirJ luU been to ruin 1 The vill jpe of in Urccn has been yeeue of an yiI Tiiwc lor F atitJ its usually sedate citizens are rotiwjd with eioitc s adultwj to his slmuluor and fUJirs sped i i i t Have yon a bible in the hoiwo i asked the as he crossed the do tile f ftrniorh fiow Ihoy auj she i avc no very highly and so i settled on a daim iu that j as the belle of j CANNOT BE TOO I A it u j ln iu j to tc untrue to th nnd HO j The little I in Mouj a however in can fully their suunuer art iiiv lvo by lhfi portravtho mid almwt poured thc wnitoiv even ji wirh Their j f i tiiM IIHI iiillnlallt ivufirn is T Divn TiiLker rnibuuk the earo liOltfttV tiie SuliCJ an i iiiniuci Ill Kss condition of thousnuds of mi they kid abundant Uiu iolo a fond reard ityou Jovr tuen and in have not Thc twu j fur each othur so that hxt they j be iocaHtics And the snows of j tmk 10 that ulaini UcaU utid the diy ior Oic stie winter have net in the suffering oi of une tow clierL i fov thu 1Slh last jUi lho tKe people will be aumcnttd another Xhc and the adopcud otlt sutrhk Wore relief can reiicli and grassland i nu afij u botu buy ono CrtVfir Having rectify ovcr a por were no that coau ues rok i the t jtion of the Doomed they A ur the J J L V JM i i 1 lion of the fls they arc termed by tho mibegiuio people to s were no that AVU eon a tl tne tw A irtlw j partly filled vith rtnv the to jtt Ljlc utmost j onlv article of food tobo seen about the jlnshors di I cun sell YOU the fur cm i ithm ryes i A ploom rested about and her friends amount down and the w a worn vonOKiiCC ui and dei ly A jrroat the voud time JJilMiU are all but I vc got a s upon aitct nor arilthe lin i i III murh of that portion of Arkansas that iatmly tld the story ot whored by the evidences j iiriUNi drouth are rainfully pre v Uraua married 6n cribs id riciis Four bllt is lluvf M 11 T 3 nf ncitivst AEUUUIL Ivivo tlicii tllt ilvirsTc in lictjniMf hullaC Oi s inan fl nd the is at the dour i house tbiO heretofore had and aualm slill Ami iliciiiouiis tlwt stood distance ank of the 1 wius met anx of the nearest cbar a house of lt to tlac book ngeTTomau came to my tutiun in not yoar my knock LS l hpr brother and j remarked Ac caQ nnd Shutcr aild Oharlw lives rteT I iuCli v a i on IKh day uJ iVoui her j U seeuiS hurdto tahik that you to oi the tumble ordeal ho to Uio u disappeared iVoui her But U seems nurd to tmiifc tnat were i your husband whilo j JVtili The i fvrc t j brctisL heaved ind hrr lUetl W and j live In TCHgious ii1 TiruurittdJ i aitnust t whi i3 ili ybnut Ivis one to the j iluWOVrf uiaae by Schder Pace in age then times wasD t blasted H way Ballon nil j in lin yo alld ty LO il ho Cun get i i at tusct tuok posse brown t i lO ii he rail way ttal in this part o Arj A us has vu become oi IT ViU i i cnm and t j itiii in iic eulUUN inia ho u win tie be iriil did I i r i uer to iavy cents bacK hcr ul a dewciivo per Should hn tan to lotaiu 03 rlul Ida at Lraua i will i t j Up hastened replied the man Il hastentd j thither He had iu IM nmnuiut when he realised riie true vlmrI our nu3 liv gee die of she replied the man to do i aroJ this wide woild Idaanioitho proitiiutcs tnaL I you ccae tbat md siciiinil ibr a let me talk to saiJ the Tl our tion ol tiruzon pruitilutcs uiu The liMlc coJiipany with ute paused about 1 piSMd ujiUic tiio j Uiudriucd with hw tfrcat griel A sick bab hiy on ruii fo to TUIK 10 fnrc rhe and a M jiirl j yf iur Ho j Hibufc Js all you is all I Shi KS eilUR no Ounl ot that Oh i chi i You care for us J LHU otl J care for tue nu i vjv i t r j rfiinud HoW I cuue I i kuow nor ll J JXilCbed fir jut one n u to Inir uui BY iu i iij i ijruke iii upon rhum unU I ular time lor J Mli hfr iiswcreu tho llljt J Hi Ulil iitL Lit tU wI WUM LI j jii a nor neau was uo lour days ne hl i H i with hor to I worthy it last till 1V The father in the hud ob kcd is it tM nu Owaircd to tbe vvaiulcvod tUroULi ilic syi buDcath i be Ida had been j And tbe kft tlio m withenn On tiiorhird as a I i oi wood d lc uulp 1 to srippiy the i i dun t isual t CS it llu in i in ui The inur iEiiit and it V vv siipMisanusss rliought ihai j tV volcuuiu had burst out U tiu ri anO T L u the back tJ the I Thc PT l Llum thisj lOther had prepared lor j Ul ruu 1 coluuifcv lililSOf
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