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   Aiken Courier Journal (Newspaper) - January 30, 1875, Aiken, South Carolina                                13 Written for the DINTS FROM who twas ThaUere djpubisxp ain i shoutt thlsunr VTkat ere he absuti ahiifk For print in aad ink and but do the crime Kf wasting their and others If one muMt burn the midnight well twere done at need full Where one might earn bis di01y oneself useful JSeu pave the street or eariy at first it galled the dole Tor their tUvinest better far golby a Or learn Crispins with endaimeet i Clothe better WAX en line after t wijl scarcely boil the JAnd all well praise or thanjwj WH not pssswoorrutt at the ki fags of rhymehnTc starved at there for Kttte wit f Een Hotneria aeltVwas forced to may on wooden twtfigelbts all jup fttad from thetown roamed ihe wbigped Ponies in his on rren to times could go forward did 1 care 1 And tell tbe jllfctflftl rhyme ia heir to But in besinciDjP And doing wjjat il So for the Jllsay nixt soniethiog besides flesh and and false calves serve u snore practical ptrpoae than of Nor must it be supposed that these flabtcr rworted to by profession al They are cthe common fashionable jlady detested iiman ttKpreeetlM ted number of in ludies veil Jtnown in ujjper duritig the past lew The TasMonoble culprit ia terribly ed by detection in her and is fearful of arrest IVobiiblyJay when nearly reaches the hiding of ihe t she helps to guide toe searching But the amateur nnngvlets are never the con of the tvery vulau blevb deemed loAWent flhe exaniineM say the ctfTer tejther in or a portion iof ithe sei sied in vans 1 Teaw melt ihe but litlle on the of Jaw is often of with shrsavd uwaein hiding1 awuy rtt rf TUnele revenue is ppiiistent defiaodexi by Indies trios froio among whom are repreBeuUiix es of beat are up to all sorts or some ofvwhich a roost re character ukea a womap t to catch a and acting the rpvenaesu ihorities have in their employ an corpfio of ieinu le dvteciiyi seiperieere imvp ajar a in befentinp the tricjk of outntfur sole duty M to reach tthc ftassQijgeiB articles iBtfcreted aboutitheir steaoiejfdock is provided a private tin one of 4hew Udy otanjmara iie to Iron iwirwlof ewry steauier until its in the ewe ot lafy re questH tostqp into his the eXuminqrs are Utostly niiddleaged and practice made them inexorable and thorough in BH wtll as judges of llhey ifirst question awpecwd and in anauy cases itbe itipj manner in which they are Are enough to ox wojrt them from further But the aligbtfat equivcwaton or The sharpest direct from where the siiopkeep eraareivefty Iree jwlth of the they are anxious rto tourists Hbe aie poltfe oftfflojre stMiti until thej anmlgatturtion of the more numerous each had its cusUuiift I Jawe and Consequently tiV0ry a few hundred ujjlea involved a ibothersome scrutiny of In rlHiaSdhoflhiheGeroiaii ladies are ttntbed in of thtt and trickery in that line became a matter ot For this rpu son the greut proportion ef Geruwn those ot Wfiukhtaflkj and educa atiewpt to or anything they or thfir inwls desire to ftoe of They iwve ne compunctions or scru ples about not attach any disgrace to Their only feel iachtignu at losing the tteued is the examiner of the Ger one of the Eti k Wfa The has or tafi not anything concealed her scoriilully regents the iuiputbtiun and recoils at the indignity But her tongue avails her tud thr cool and practiced ex soothing her with assurunce that its eftly a matter of sets quiet ly 10 bbo first her hands tvery part of tneiair opei It ate finds no unnatural irregularities on the and thfre are no eitrsordi nary ettusMoi goes no fitrth jbutif the contary be UM eusek the quests the subject to loosen her and often the lump tun out to be a small package of ex pensive or a few waist he tjeo large foriuir ttony with the rest of Uie in tolbws to determine whether rolled rMran or F Ke Ji63fted tap in of full busts iooud tu be subtuined by liet than the conventional conn U an umtnully carefu search the hair of the suspected is let its beavy braids be lined with We or Her skirts are then swbjtct for many a cloud ftf dndty tuund to have a silver infinitely more are packed with ccmao says uure not disfcuiied inesentint a tor ihey liave hey lake it an ordinary and seldom lose itlheir But those really about them almost alwayskbetta or by itssuuiption of much injured dignity One of kind way sent in mid 1 her if she had anything upon wluoh she hudiitt ducy T She was very digDunt hud of course ahe I ielt u round the waist of bardreae laund a bard lump in tihe 1 her what tliatwas said U was a iroU of jMoikey nhe 3iad put there for safe would to lot we see it jud she turn she wuiild be ootiipellod to abe reluctantly todk out a bandle sVe gold aHiia they were all AM bnd them ui ibr bur Xbo other day a wound waist with a but she didnt fatten the end and it fell down and drug ged uuiar iier The purveyor auw and sentrficr wuitoiw To show you how worthy people will resort to get over urticles withosit continuid a New York clergymans wife brought baek from Europe uu elegant silver dining ihey told her en the Bteanter tbuD it the articles had been used nd duty would tw chargedShe couldnt tell a dolibetate of being a flAergymans she got the steward ro use for one meal A wcmaa ksxwn only as Ida a to the custom offi Ibey feer to be a profes sional but tJUey are in RiMte of their to detect She js a very dark bru rather aod always he past she bos tntMle five rouo4 tripe to returuiax every cime witfc A t strong looking fibe and ia always quiet BJKJ iu her She dues always and go by the same but changes at nearly every As she ftWkes no stay at the the coneluatoa irresirtftble to the offi cial mind that she is engaged in system atic They have repeatedly aoarttod her iu which hey only gle find and ordinarTferaale Ibut have not Martha Sartb Surah Mary Klnta and Mar thrtellatter were appointed having passed an in locovdanoe with the provUioBtfof the His Xnooontar aul Vttth Perhaps then is one now living in mn generally known fat e Beter a Jong time tDa resident df Mr hk youUi VM man a fff jaftfirT having Iboth e and ooftrtjgf ai weil as ap love for 4hc temetit of fte bylhim to of tww ty years h A DuuiW of nnd a younjr neatchiqg jhj IbrefltS arooott f at short a monitor stood com teetplating his if indifferent to dan it confidept of its rtrength Tfie at orice dr on fijiigame and mounding To his and instead of hair who so witfi a furipUH blawitv but its force nearness as and drop seized the his antlers and Arouu aj i t Mgrouadfor a uto fttjlatthe hun reloading his lit an iitaUint his ttu aimed Dj lost iits anan lifle the hunter bock by vored to throw a curf mity Fralick pre Itk to the dav of hia fPhf states toat they owere shown ihimbythe herwof tfee money would not bay TFhe from a point far np toward the as if with a sharp and so badly thai had contest continued a short longer thejr would have been IHpraJly oat JrcmAii and strange to irijufy ibis so irtfing ae mode We have heaf wevf raj with wounded but seldom have hetrtl sf holly con tested and yet so bloodlsta sj out with his ted flviti lightning and ivingithe iformer nil could aotehd to in averting the danger of The horrors of the hunAcr8 situation was tully with almost su perhuman he kept the animul trourraifUBg its head smfficicntly hijh feet to reach lowor litubs in more imminent aud the rabioo toxzcd in atreuojairous Tie contest to for full 4ian to feel his strength giving Sue to tlwow hiui ion he could muintnina auoreevcn struggle with his This he and came a bowei1 ttlowH upon his cow while on aSis part be and then got in ukidk thut utadetfce Aaiflim aoort with Asfthe position ai us to get a befcwr cliande the body of prostrnte so didi Fralick with his baok as a and thiMftlieflght was continaed at all points ofrfce as it yteldiftg the the buck for a rod and the pros stood pawsag the ground resting a Fniltuk oiui essayed to to his but in an instant the deer was upon aod again he was forced to the defen Again the buck And tgain the hunter triad to recower gnnf but wilh the first wotion in that direction the igfct was This was reputed almost upon the point of yielding to his fate froui realised that his only hope WHO in assuming when thuanimal should again retreat This he and aiker a Jitlle the1 step by stamping and vatefo ing bun over its left reached u thicket of when it toto run and he saw no more of it Pausing u while to recover breath Frulick at wkfc difi got to his and with extreme tigortion made hia way Strange as k may by his desperate energy he succeeded in pre serving Ha body from It had not received Hia lower also were but liWU iojaredt and clothing but liule Not so with those cowhide howerer Some Iklofs ft la Well The following brief compilation of bns ineas law fe worth a careful preserva as lit eontaina Ihe essence of a large laumnnt of legal verbiage It necessary to say on a note for value wade on Sunday rtunot be A oote by ti minor is A contract niadu with n Is aUo A note obtained dy or from a n a state of ounuot W or tttoltinvt tfloes not release the matter he must pnyfcif the consideration tor which it was aud the uttiount can be An iudorBter of a nut IB exempt liability if not served with notice of du honor within twentyfur hours of tite Notes 64iT tinterpflt it is Principals are rc5poocible for 4he acts of Each individual in piirftneitaYip spopsible for the whole amount ofdabt of the Ignorance of the mo It is a fraud to conceal a YaucL no ono do v without j The other twenty Of thirty ptrioas igsliiiiU Jd at a ou ngt fw waa a young man his and be was as tbe suecesa He to W Wloifold and it wss determined to eouW teil what waa hands with the other hsnd pafntion tlhere mft man side to side be young hfa wife out of the Of how he bod artd ttttsod faer answer The widowefwrM to the rest but lie uMide poor wore of explained thaV he inlntmfc the City Hull He sKd oaek and and a single abcut thirty at apei took After a the mindretider was told so are goofl ft A Deceit for uionoy jilwayi ofone all the The Favorite French tthe creoent in Paris oi u dEuuiui vewinn of JuK B of ihe iu Eighty Paris eorretfxwde eater ta saingtj about the twwua and author Tle pUy tathe Mnxaiion of und effery the Ihtnwe tfj crowdoJL Of the sKflry of IBh leas and his ihet of a Ao make tie tour uf the world it eixhty days huH been icaji readew of The play consists uf a wive of tableaux of different ohe Indian giving a scope to and the Jaxleg V oiie of tbo Mrisaw of is DOW fortyeight tean He is of middle five Jeet and fie koks a lit tle like ithe of Aliped 4e sett bttt ntelanc holly Ac w brouaod by nit of uittny a and is the veij ptctve of uiovenientft AVQ yvioi und hU words crisp and abort in auu hia Tovtng atd Uiabair is while and his sjeard Hen ttte owner of a scaaJI and apeWe fcoira MI pulling on the on l4ti He bus vitk tea wilore OQ and wakes voyages every season about thu coast of But be is nut the ouly of his Jamil H ia brother Paut Verce made the fourteenth French ttseeoftion of Mont and came near loaing his Juios Veroe makes Ox tett in One of his Jules Vernee books DOW acU better than nod ei be hud A very lutd struggle at jkJKMgh he had Alex ander Dumas for his For twt1 years he WUH a frequent to the house of the author vftout but itU ol late kw wuika have be come universally Alluding co New York fashion the Herald saya In some new ia no Poor relatives are oat tho aaiue as last Shed irive lifter old abocs to catch a husband Tbe laijjf tHed ai ih a cyrnerjWiiifo a baldheaded who firm balkier in hWpUee aylotW He fixed lus on a coroom i on the ana hew ly that tm After fliitei of silence ihe ot looking1 t0rf ianxionsly wfi Xbe y vung 4wwi to tie thouxhu mo one oot fehe a something iudduu in a and the to tell what it were tbera was and then the twid Its a biJ jeweler for A 160 lidvs WJtch like bill the aeoot nt is uud wi how be nwtttwJcen I Jrooi 4iia but be oMldat o bU he very yoaog man bad beeooM greatly tut afbid of ihoMffht wixed bU MSI aatd after wuuieiit wtoe i do yeuseo iuquired of the are thwe bore who have in their railed There was a tMffV ani taiowa uke up some ether ate two hew WM we wiU tjw now Mid a wiuvcii the tfceory of ssind the to worked at And there are six have eoid They nrndreader of fe tta aDonmd they wswt children had hard   

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