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   Aiken Courier Journal (Newspaper) - January 9, 1875, Aiken, South Carolina                                i 10 9 OLD It wasnt so when I Uo used plum language then AYc didnt sporik of itipm Yvhm nicjutitigbojs or could neither stop nor change their t went the fugitives and en me the blotid thirsty It I was n veritable i IIACE FOR g of or o uid it phiin 4ilio swings a nasty And ivhrn we seed a failed to Wo cnlicd hur 3ut not about the write whon we met a hadnt lately didnt you old boys got mad sometimes and fit We bpoke of kicks and blows But now they whack him in the And him ou the wlien ft youth was turned awnv row IMT he loved uost He valktfil off on his feet but now lit ciiuvls cfT on his We used to dance when I was And used to en I it FO ivjw ihey ihoy only sling iiie light lautasiic Or death we spoke in language That no one could perplex lint in ihcso days one doscnt die Ke pusses in his We prftiecd the numof common sense His judgements joud wnsuid Hut now tliej say that old pura lias got leave Iis rather the children now Are leurjiing iul such talk Tluy Jettrti to chin iusicad of And waltz instead of ToliUlc two You love gruntlpa Said You bti vcv 1 Tlic children bowfd to Ji is no loiter so The KB wtll tt8 grytl you ttkh Hello give rac bock the good old days v hen both the old and young Conversed in And blang was ntvor THE tltc Ap ffr the HALLOWED A of Herald Dispatches Cbnaed for his Wine Savaaes in Pursuit Desperate Hiifc Through a Torriflc FoiiT The thrilling adventures of Lieutenant re in his ride to Camp ing lispaUhcs for the Hernld and is the event md is the talk of the vircori and by a he left Dermal MiKs headquarters on the Wichita tn parry dippalches to Caiup Reaching the Canadian lie concluded 10 leave the train and es tort virh vhifli lie ha3 een travelling sod btrike for accompanied only by his ihiwas a very peril ous as the narrative will Scarcely had Wetmore and his left the hetovc they saw of the But they were both full of pluck und anxious tu thoir destination uniiindful of he danger they were UEFIEMTLY GALLOPED OX toward tho Toward on the tho two roadbed a where ihev determined to on a came sudUwily on a baud ol three seeing the blue scattered through the Liush like loaves brfore a winter Here was u position for the two for they well knew that the Indians they had tiiet were but ofa luruer purty in the inune diutc And so it llctraciug their they put spurs to their hortcs only to ride the midst ol a party of uLie mounted who were to completely taken by prise at the rippearaneti ol the soldier boys that thov merely turned on their horses and one prolonged stare at th oimug But Wctmure and his couipaniou tlid not take the intro duct ion so Quickly wheeling their they stirred down the stupe and out on the sccty and frozin prairie with the speed o thy THEY VVKI1E JX FOR IT One look behind them revealed the Pav in full But thoy had a Thu wind was blowin a irrni the and the picre nredlca of nlret drove stniisiht into ir with blinding but they none of but u exciting jbontnis of the frontier flfMr and their This was the exact sir and niore Ins companion knew They aleo knew that their horses rouid not hold out long against the terrible storm and bejrnn lo devise Mays and luenns to pell their lives as nearly as thtuglit of niukiog a stand in the buffalo when the remembrance of ihe terrible fate of and his companions made them dig in the spurs a little deeper and seek a more favorable At last it wis evident that they could go no and something be The trail they were leaking on the sleety surface told them j there was no efecfipe by so un slinging their carbines they dropped be hind a small thicket and prepared to pass in their checks as dourly as possi j By this time darkness hid set in and the storm of sleet und enow rising with unabnted Long nnd anxiously those two benuuibcd aud be nighted men knelt on the rrozen crust and waited fir the appearance of their uavajre but they came Either he redskins had been pelted cut of their purpose by tho terrific or else they had come to the con clusion that the price of two scalps would not justify more than one or two twenty niile heats on a stiff nnd slippery At all events they gave up the Lieutenant Wet more and Hittiiilton staid behind the thicket nil narrowly escaping freezing to and expecting every moment that the whonps of tho savages would be hem d and the cnish of a loni put them out of their misery and cud the terrible WIIEX MORNING DAWNED the savages had but the men were in another picHc They were lost iti the lost as effectually and completely as though storm bowled as fiercely as it rtid during the Jiy in the heavens above or the Dearth beneath could the points of the compass be hungry and the wandererH began to feel that their uiiraculons cscupe of the night before was only a putting off of the i seeing that they were ly they struck fnr the near est stream and followed it to the It emptied into a larger and thus these iiicn kept on AFTKB INNUMERABLE they succeeded in striking the old fifty miles south of Ouuip For ty miles from the pust they met the cavalry out in seaich of and were escorted to having been nearly three days without and with their clothing tiitht to their VMS A MOST THRILLING AND EXCITING AD VENTURE told ns it wits he bronzed still clad in his rough woolen cav alry fmbts and the stripes of which proclaimed the wear and tear he race through the It only wauled the charm of the cacip fire to finish rhe wordpicture of of the most ndvcnturcs of the Indian Lieutenant AYetnjore says his hands and feet wcro badly frost bit but otherwise he is in good heath ind Hamilton Ins companion in the has not yet arrived from the owing to his exhaus ted Take a piece of aooutfive inches role it into a tube with one end just large cnougi to fit round the and the othnr end rather small Hold the tube between the thumb and linger of the igi t hand do not it with the put the large end against the right and with the lift hand hold i book against tho side of the Be sure to keep buth eyes and there will nppcar to be a hole through the book and objects seem ns if through the hole instead uf through the The right eye sees through the and the left eye gees the and the two appearances are so confounded that they cannot be The left hand CUT be hld the tube instead of a and the hole will seem to b through the The New York sharply critici ses theconduct oi Chamberlain protesting against the Appropriation JJiil jistoad of vetoing It tiie and as was tempted to it wjuld have been twitted with endeavoring to make Cham berlain break with hia party and for that and we aid not tx pert hiui iu make a square fight with ihe Legislature llings iuruieiliatttly after hid victory in the judicial we held our peaco and hopecfor better the Times is a Republican which manfully to uphold ihe Republic ifi as it alls Chamberlain very frankly tint he has udoue himself incalculable harm us an No public officer have had a kindlier or itore cordial reeving than was given to Governor up on installariou by the Deuocrauc ynd liepuUican the com mon desire that he should make yood his every and lift Curo liiiu of the sloth to her the fair tame uf which his old colleagues had robbed In the Del ing was very well expressed by the as tonished Democrat heapiug Governor inagaral cried the man we Democrats verted were told that his nsiiwe But such articles as that of the Times will remind Governor if he needs inproportion to the praiso that will be him if he shall will be tife the shame of any failure whichfa or believed to be by ness or downright We be that we the difficulties of Governor we know those difficulties can be met and overcome in only onie and that is by a stcudlast adherence what he knows is Legisla ture or out of the honest stand ononeside and the rootlet are ranged tbe an upriiihfe and injpfexi joveroor cannot stay I Though fort me T am not And si ill to rejoice1 me left While I of tueet mn not And wlio liiith thec hath uced of little more To kcop despondence vad withcnt doo My daily toil made lighf by sunny dreeing Of corning joys iht glad the hrtliowedhnnie Wlicrelovelit forms the humble room And move around where ruddy fireligh I Leaying no corners dnrk for sullen lioarts rcceir JIG when at I And in the morn full the orient Glad eyes look on and make it Heavenly churm forever with me CURIOUS A Story from Game by a Comments on a Kliuk When n nun is splitting wood and a stick flies up arid blacks his he uiuhfe prepare hiuiselrto endure all the taunts and jeers which the world would inflict uprm u Social standing counts for and dignity cannot be made a mantle The other day when a compositor on this paper tnolc up his little is anil broken Mirk in itnd ne end flew into his he knew thathe must either remain in the house for two weeks or sro out and face the worlds ile decided to face the and during one short half day he noted down the following expres sions Its all course it was a stick of yes I ktBeeii eh who knocked you down this time Ive hud the same thing ail my and I always laid it tn stiek of i WOMU ha The policeman struck didnt he Of eourso it a stick of Jhen there were people who pointed him IUL as the bdiKtor and people who thought he wis one of the Gads Hill and over fifty respectable men him why he didnt jiCL the other one blacked BO as to have a matched Free She Felt Happy Two Indies met on Woodward ave nue yesterday and one inquired other you lotsk very happy this What happened Ive just been up having my fortune was the the woman says Im to marry twice have dittuionds and a camels hair and that I cm go to the opera six nights in a week if I want I dont wonder than you are But you wont say anything to your husband of Poor man Hes good to and it hurt hi feel ings to know that I wa to marry twice I think Ill tell hiai Im likely to ale Free Florida correspondence of the New York Sun writes is follows Tiie crows lud kept up n racket sinee Trees und palmetto scrub were black with T icy alighted in cxinn within ten feet of and stole visions the instant our bricks ware Incessantly did they scold It was plain rhu they wjre anxious fir us to break tramp SD tlul iltey jiuk up what WHS Tulle aoout said while puffing his morning theyre ihe most knowing bird in their intelligence is ahpnd of tho They can tell white man from ii nigger a mile and they know a shot gun from a rifle Thev know that they are of no xiy hank ers alter crow no Kunter Wastes powder and Jve been hunting and hud the rrows follow and puint oar the They were wilting to take their share of the and were satisfied with the Ua uiiu only knovs huw to take a evowV just JIB good as u Whtsn Ive been jumping a bear or a Ive had the uroffdlight on the trees above and sing he is old down below here Go for hicn 1 And if I shot and those cruws would actually get I couiU hear them talking to one and dont know if I brought doWn tho theyd screati and bounce from the trees und eail in for their HJut the gruaUst of sagacity in y crow that I uvar continued was on the necan just across the lower of the Laat year me and M fallow iiaued Crowe 1 were Kwn there catching used to cleaii Jem on a bier beam of ma hogany i had drifted There wcre thousands of crows on hand a pick ing up the entraiU and a out thii They were so noisy that we h id lo to understand one another never see such a rait uf They were pretty shy along in the be but they kept getting bolder add and by and by they wulked lighc to tup mahoiiany and stole the choice steaks that we were saving for when Cruwell ie began to get He swore he couldnt stand and he hauled np and the twit barrels of duck Ho had in a rhuiidering charge puiitul oryhot in each You never see such a If it had been raining crows the bench eouMiit have been You Sre this was in he for several hours the crows Wrtre mighty liy but along in the afiernoon tliey took their chunoes once more and wore aruuriu thicker than fought aunxig fur the shells and the hut they gave the steaks a They were smart onough to know what the shooting among the flock we noticed a with a sickly kind of a lie come out Jroui under Jruwells battery with one lojr He u When we fijstpaw him his win was andhe was u limp ing along unti a around inr to eatWILD the rest of Me full sorry for If youd seen him you couldnt help but feel soYry You the other crows didnt give him i living He would Lave starved to Ueith it we hadnt sympa thised with him and seen that he got his We ted him the uicust chunks oi und he got NO tame thnt hed limp vp within two or three fret and almost eat out of uur We to him Santa be cause you see he had lost his continued for time Santa Anna turned up regulnily for his He seemed to be grow ng the bniMing up iivf1 One day we misled Ornwcll felt mghty Santa couldnt root any place but th Pome snake hns and thats the last of jTou seo the bird had got to be a ureat I fr t s bad about it as and no 131 b Porn Iierc in the where you dont see a once in n pots mighiily altnchcd to a crow when hes and pics confidcne iw all that the kept i in and a rij ping tt the lights and but poor never turned 1 reckon if we talked nboat abut him hundred uThe noxt while we wrj dressing a wo kind of a and Crowell Heres Ssna Anna as os vure born and sure enough theJO was the little a hopping along on one foot over tho II j hs on one and seemed thunder ing to sec We were W1 picked out tic rkhet parts of he turtle and fed j you ought tn hive that crow Lie stuffed himself so full that 1 not YOU him out like a rubber The other cr ws stitod off ib lit twenty watching rJhelitttj hotiibre zot nil he want nntJ then started off Tie limped awfully tor fifteen and I heard Unwell Poor devel Im afraid huM in ver gtt Just f then the crow stepped and shook his Then is itn alive und sinner he ornpped inoiher litfie black and wrtiked two legs as Smtd ws A The other crows set up uiighty and all of them flew to1 inquired how did he jret his tixet It wasnt Santa Anna at Moorn uthar cnw hud played Santa Anna on Our entcn np by a We feathers turning wont be lieve but that as 4 rue as the Gospel word of oil y afternoon two walking up and down in the Detroit fi Milwaukee worn attracted a locomotive on the and as they walked around one of them renKtrkH it was of tinso fellers that billed uiv old that so T replied the Ycs buted him into nine or ten I never think of it without the He sighed and then C mtin titjuei Dad was a Walking on the track when she busted The engineer s id he reimbursed his bludethc and did all he could to save the man trotting along his but norhitti Cald warn This ere cowketuher picked him mssed him forty feet and he tura od over seven timts and down in a corn Ami was he dead enquired the Demi Well I sluuld ear he vna Every rib the vrrtcbery wis hisskull was leg and he as the worst looking old you trvcr I Niaii nver for rheday iiiev br the pieces back into the There was mother aweepinj in the siKter Julia up Jiui on tlie and I had to run funeral though I was that that my head and I couldnt keep nothing on my stomach but Injun was a sad rvpuiided the oih u Yuu it was the sont and ihe worr t of it was the newspapers cuiio oat uid said that dad was a blam cd oM fool for walking on the were the very woiv j them were and I foil yuu they hiruck bjd Dad might have been bul he wns no tie hud a jood and was powerful ou poetry and Ue wiped nig on the palm of ha and he and hisctmipmiun moved Free and be see h of firt at   

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