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Aiken Courier Journal (Newspaper) - January 16, 1875, Aiken, South Carolina VOLi M ft 1 NUMBER 11 JANUARY 1 OLD A FAIRY THE Tis humdrum lif this thftt T l A grumbling bee luraclf An ho wroughtaway in the bnisy Uyitig up MOit M on wliicli 10 tinlloweio suitimor all ware gone And Iho irmutlc of winter was ovir ciirlh And thun tin and Tn bc over Jiieeud what to do littwuin tlie buy qiKisn and Ive nyvpr a jnomuiii in my But am order 1 out at early Ity bnM thcwnvnors Justus I iin cltaviiiy g iiid wiintflowers noei tappi Ah me Hut I niii Tbir slavish litis too hard lu boar And H rovisio1 is made Vor wlun by illness up I nru laid If I jret i ii Or havi1 the in fartiini to InjC1 my AVhrn 1 in IftXvlYil cnntlicf T am judtj d He olive And rmsort or imivy is to But Im VjtedOtii a all in vain I plead mvv ThciTV no aujiNii iVnm ciuel laws Arid Pvr no si oiV of Thar in ivaiy nl well knou is mure than trnrs Jn iutl filing lieaff of butii judiCLs Ulid Dame JUit Theres loL TTnv Im m ro plcaure than 1 11 voyrs lifr drHrnu ncd to Ami hi J this uld tive JL Toirmke imr tinrery The WiiiiMbt wumlTud And t IM of n rover to IvOiiniiuLTiit Vv inonnUin and iuiw wilJi hrr mw Moiic yo Jis Miss Bee with ilujuirMj At the ponpy anil MILsaid tur hersvlf no lilV was so And while PUT shone went pussies well She din oil mid hiKcii in honied tliu iml And ili i til brat of the day WUK TLroupl ilie lioi hours oi sultry Slie on tinbarks lo the sweet ut after as tinday worn And shjidouM gjrw long in he setting Thii winds set up a denial And tiio rover began tu feel A tit Of Cllllie And slKsiped airmn Intvf Hlitwould cvpn ilioreliiivc faliri And in a lazy ivcr to lubur tint srrn Lould yho oi more iimoUl iiui slu1 know not Aiid the howiiid in tlie Sinco awiiy from the cot gaU is 1her a ftioral in this little tula fed quire sure i liere will be to And hut in the vpnrling thxy will not lull To portdnr it well orcflying from home For tlif chance abnut u one t a scortj tke old beehive will them DO re drary old ac and While tio thiiiiikTjar shook the earth And riar ran fell fast on the lloi viblc smiiids wMu i ii to lur her treuibio and qimke with dll hoivoj down porrowund Slio erf lit nVli1 leaf A ijul s rlit one draggk11 Juiiii of kme To add to her ief a weighty load SM in hum sin1 iim id every moment gobble her For lack of soon food to And she cojkint for her dreaded Ming Was as useless now as her Hut need not hnvo had the slightest i lie had ni such cruel Thuugli ite have miidc her AH easy Hrf picferrrd a Cupper of And suun hopped hs manor to AJIU lea u nest fur alt 3ut n I1 nj night was for root Who vouedby her should sho day light To seek once more thenld thafched And never a rover that history must relate good rosolutiniis came too lltforc ihe rising of next dnys sun The voyage of the roving bee wan A colony of whose town was Dijcoveivd our voyager aud bore her delivered her up to their ebon tt ho ordered guitrds to cut off her Arid nerve her up for i royal raruiyt And tins of ynr rover hud been the But just us the jtlhivc was abcxit to The captive broke from her dreary And iiiiulu such use of and wing to both guards and lin oon thty recovered anii pressed Aud had soon regained the Ulien a JHW dcversiuu there took place friendly gciii of tko boe race and parsing around Threw ofr thu court a blindness in he confusion that reigned Ihe captive regained the open la1 up in ilie ether Till she saw tar oil in the distant The old thatched by Tiie elm tree und ihe poplars That grew in front of the old grey From whence she had flown but the day be fore But i he time now setmeil ten years or Silittk of joy had the rover kuown the 17th the anniversary of Hen Franklins birthday sup pOM it will be nbserved with iipcatrev erence bv pi infers t ughout the United The greni mans memo ry will bi in draughts of buttled lightning in cimujifcintirjitiini ot 1 hf iphrs csp fluid f the Suiiie U en Fraukiin will not take part in miy of In1 festivities in the printing on or be if h1 were too old for such He would Lje 1GU years tld hud he re tiiiUMCi with Hut hibit of eiriv rising untannined his C h UC t ll Mooptd him at the age U eighty iut years Let us nut if t i i for I iui had but ivcd a few voars bouuuful so full ct life iiid would have bijcn bliiilued and wiih a alumt to ig up before day ui umiiug by and a uo speak a and than the Itnttu States eeiibus ould Compile between now and the end of iam ly must led a dnjary Thveuerabk1 quoiiny his favorite Kearly to would drive his helpless faiiiiy off to thwir roimiK t he would go down ti the postuflicc tur houror and then come back with an eVcmcai machine fo a few and hen write on his almanac until 2 11clock in the lie would her devuiuji lunch of cold pigs iipe nnd fried after whih lio make every id tin RCt lip mill vft j Mjtiible in the Mttng and lecture j lliem for over ui hour about eating between Then begging them to to and that the early bird caught the be would go to tad and sleep until 12 oclock He aways slept much he could during tile for i was one oi hia sayings Never put eft till what can do to JLhis cuhtoui tin printer of sitting up all and i waswhat ttibi Led theheatliunifhbcurs lobseived bv the uiuliniiv to this The was a mat of the mot Ho begged all tiC tubacco lie and he Couid never be induced to eat tobacco like is Some uicti He1 was born an early und was u printer on Me lield cases in his brothers office serving out his deviiship but his brother took nil UH lie on a ratted the nffice and cf One evening he en tered Piiiladcbhla on wiih a loaf of bread under his fmui which he drawing liberal History makes no mention of the black buttle iit j Luuttail This is the j tratup printer of is my old man likoiiio T inquired the sfriekeTt snap wuilo metnheiS nf his tanily sopportcd his drriop inj find rubbed his Idrfip With lain dear SoblW the fu ture UI cunt tti ft It and he has just tinned nrnnhd the corner My my own deir said hi dashing a pearly tear drnp from Ms loving You arc cor dially invited to attend a marine1 r children whic i frill be held m the boiler room in cert njinutcs from this moment of Posntnely no postponement i account otfhe and no pains spared to tuake things inj fr the A littln incident pened to Ben aftT he became a imi u inn and was living in a small down in hnn iroat cirfliis nnd hau been working nn the millrace tinil inii ub mt six onouHrniug thf days of De the first vveefc nf several days Sun tiftetnn to the it Marshall took wcrrt down to sec what had buen donewlnle he was Tne water was entirely tfhut and as they walked talking and examin ing the just ahead of on a Native ft In Two very curinus nvo published by a Shanghai nitive ihe the ft aot nir tpi nf railwnvs in The Swet of opin ihise ion thut txisteuoe of railways ir Kurope is toorfi nt adiiit of a n1 inix formid their practical in there t ittle muddy lay cient China ti renior like journal rues on to say tUat ten silk the pcrtirniancc the atid boy was seized with j an irresistible desiie to at the dinner tabln hg nsked permission nf his inner to the circus in tlv No no I my vou ninst a nol to It is an unfit phiot lor me an I eonMder ijt how much more dangerous must it be for yon I vill alkuf a ssfi ot mine to attend Ji fir fu where I myself blush to be Gito bed my and vuur uiother will go to ToinorroW 1 will buy yua lor your lie wtUt to bed hut not to An hour ofterwrivdBen and his wife might have been Keen scutred rt top under the lighted cir nus frciUBens face gluwed wiih en joyitKnt und his ously upon twisted tail tobacco btwed his head and allowed a halrgiijtof juice to issue from his between the soars puin camn out Voin Said old Ben I do I liavj spitten Said his v just see they both became engrossed in the an tics of the Nexc mnrninsr at breakfastthis bo appeared with a swollen Said hS 1arher My what ails thine nptic tpStune fool darn I know what ails said the Ben and his wife exchanged cont iiltmes uid wisely held their and the promisedtestaiijetit wasnt aUuded to afterward by either father or saw ftut was the first to nftoop pick as he looked at it its buinj Our iittia son Mnrtin was wit D ilieuiT jtnd iravc it to him to briojr up to He came in hurry and saiJ Hero evert from heres something Mid pi I of vieiv taken by the and they wnrityu to it into be oltmv to salemtas water ro if u will Adnitrina that a Sirtlo tine was n to thu treay of railways for wouM i affoct HIT saving in pintf tliis is aod I will it into which 1 tried vith and if it is rod it will bft gold when it I fin lie was a and but ho was slow iiod man in his lie would wut have bten to this progres He lacked the grout abstract eleiiients of modern Amorioan lie would hardly have in a where the Oakes and the John Murrissey were his col There is au anecdote illustra tive of his fidelity to the principles of Ills father waf a tallow candler and as he used a jrreat of he Ptrove to inculcate habits of in dustrv in his son by lettiv him saw nnd split all the One day young Ben warf wood in a very uad humor his work prevented from off with a lot of boys to steal His father cume to see that his son didnt pick out all the easy pieces to and as he passed the boy broke a stick in two with a terrific and cue of the pieces went whirling through theiir likeun and nestled in the vcncrablcmans back rtiifiinjj a lump like a base Who would be BO cruel as to hit a poor TUB FJR T A of the 3an Francisco Bulletin sives the following interesting story nf the firht discovery of gnld it as fold him by who has in her pgstsoin the iden tical picco which caused such a in iho history of Pacific arrived here in said with a party of fourteen across the plaius Irmii i On arriving lit Sutiers SacruuientOj we iound Friuioiit in need nl more M husband enlisted be fore we had ot tlP oxen nnd lei tne and nuv seven ut tlie iort in care oi our rations like common sol diers for lour Japtdn Slitter arranged a mom for us in the fortAs suon a5 Wiimner jcturncd frnm Santa Yhore he sta tioned during the winteij he joined three others and went the inounf tains to what is now called fetch ovftr the effects of the Donnoi1 that terrible win ter of suffering that you have heard they loaded all our household plunder for Battle up on the to put up a saw but they changed their piuna and went to Captain Suiter aid W Marshall were equal and were thehoad of the After seven of buijinifx we arrived at sundown a mile above the Next uiorping Wimnier went out to select a site 1or the and 1 a site for the lie was to oversee the be a handy man abou und I was to be We had iroui fifteen to twenty men a log loi u log huup to cook the Chiuoc would foi tlio would iiit be tspnrted Thus the railways only leid to anaoeumulution iti the p HTM ished eft1 that it nff to j vast qunnycies of as thev aid set till next 1 onld nt lipshippd off al at Oneet Would At ihe table cue of the wrk f ibly i1 rbiu i The IlwttPao also pays tiThe nc itld what on thfl railway lines are Mr Martin tohl him to by hy the 1 mid hiiii it was in my snap Muiluill pud it then1 if it had mit stone hik fo plank WHS brought for lay my and I cut it At bttom f the was a double handlui iif which J I in my the tho hy giving the DIHM trited into thjp rivefs In ire mjaroj by s of w juwtvals full of de MH there my could be still con WHS not he was afraid his men would leave or j airci he really thnupht i dont Dimmer that it looked and that the like uould do to money out ihe men proni not to leave till the mill Not being sure was Wimmer urged Marshall to the fort and liavc HP did lol vravsl the rtKithe people walking on the lines toirifont of their FVAQI rhbtOuise the num bev fital In a they would ios whvo r always VQIV one f usinir This latter cannii as yet be accepted in its entirety UM we have every reason to f so 1ar i by is ous mode it R an tain Suiter 11 a fid certain boundaries and on the of dis covery detnandid tnity prr of al jidd taken t weret Livc the Indlnnn num ber IIIL nnd will be kind enough tdl tne hiw came in pusj srssinn of the puce 1t j Vcs wa just this wty One d ty Marshall up i had gathered together a auod detil of dost nti this per nnd liad it buried under the flior In hi he said to me in ihe of 1 will ive yon this of I ahvuys intended have a ripmade of it for my j prepared to furnish them with ihe but I will irivtt it to 1 rook and have had it in my pusscssMin iroin that davto At utierthwiiits you will find ij fi jitd hiib They ad tpted to ihis jieforn orders for fer parties willfird it to interest call upon Alfred at his at Harbors He is nnw YPtu have not flip discove V of M bni it was j rftlu and Solub Pacific a hijrh made Acid Pho3 phate for coninostinj with cotton Holj having made the basinet a hs advantage in conducting the and eau oiTr m ducemcius iu his friendin housing and iuii their G the lor iHinow that Captain Slit ter had sent up to me n u of old for the liien six for At first I could not find at last we found them in a barrel of dried Or course the men htd and after ey had drunk their MX bottles they wanted and they got j fliQ peee of Id I mast j of good quality be Upuil lls Woadvseall first class fcTtilizorstocLll npoi Its value is between lour and five dol It look likv pardon the compar ison a pieceof spruce gum just out of tnemouth of u except the i erowu without first reliable There arc plenty of cheap seeus as ither in und it It is racier lull of just MS the teeth make ii n piece of nice There arc one or two vouiih points on the a little stretch of give the appearance of a imins with a hetnlet on turn it another as it Iimka like spmq kind of atfarmiiit or It can be easily identified by any who has ever seen it would be well to pumi against for a dollar saved1 in this line is not always a dollar Srtttnrthwait has old seeds to mix with his but will guarantee his of the best quality and perfectly u Qnion early pbnting ate and at tcrth NQ one can appreciate the value of tellable garden seeds better than thfse whe have once been C Snttorthwait has jnst received a general assortment of liulsts are nn The best Stock of handmade shnes ever offeod in light rusk8 of last seasons aAJ sro to Rolls bnkery aoi perfectly
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