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   Aiken Courier Journal (Newspaper) - October 11, 1877, Aiken, South Carolina                                yon I mother said you have all to gain by such a nothing toj sale A C i I i me for breach Thoa Hartley gave ory thl allor of the face lifted twen long i i they Jo In UibyLund utitl md Bhout Jollj time doltwir nay in the oddent thingn Slight well jTrj to Whit birdie Who UJB Queen of kind sweet i her 4 uted inn I should lose ujy my happiu0H8 for hough I may wseui Ill nolj marry where there is no love Hartley did not urge the suitors although deeply disappointed at her daughters She hadmar ried for love though her huHbaud hod been a rich aud she knaw only j too well in noli true love iK to moke married life To advise Sarah to rjiarry Charles Everhnrd 1 her reasons for refusing were so cJearlj would have been to do violence to all her own Charles Everhard did not patient lv bear the rejection of the beautiful girl lie hod persistently wooed for many Tout He OH Sarah planned the apparently chance encounter which first brought him to the notiee and grateful acknowledgment of the riUhrt cheerless sitting engaged I widow and her Ho had spent the homely occupation of stocking valuable time and no small amount of while ophite to in following up this 1 1 Ill I 1 U her wily witli folded I ontcf bnon a ILIOUI J 1 j loobid aa ho won Surah H thut There hod had asked her tobe passing down the path long at jhe deathly pallor i meut her i Sarah m a hushed you bear a great shock All we love are and wohave each j A shock of mother I a novel lot you fluu letter tells that my Uncle Herbert Baraji I in care of Ifverhnrd to be on mV twentyfirst CharlesEberljaMs has had this will since Uncle Herbert I begin to Thou you To thirty thousand pounds 1 There was a long and Hartley gently Surahs shabby bonnet Alter a moment of Sarah cried ferveutly Moko a the chairsand while T upend tho contents of iny purse a I have just discovered A Kotsd Bivinei says irre worth their was out if Still Sarah i refused his piTtlien her mournful eyeft vftth UiH heart full out upou the dusty bemiti tried to win by cruelty what ho hau F of to guin by Before a 1 wiek hod passed he urged his suit with With she told him of her own regret at Sarahs but absolutely refused to use And pure instincts of good own maiden heart to guide M j of bitter revenge i for the heiress or her It was ful mouth folded HI iu one IJlisilv the Klinling tleeJ went ill and of thu and Kometimes the ruothtr witfil at the lovely if longing to coiu to t i UCr own influence to alter It WOK strangely pathetic wueu vague hints were thrown out little white that j Wikeu her a stately dignity re idle in fore warmth o features ant l placed the motherly and Charles EvorhaftJ that but distiiictlyjuy bribe or painful Sniiih ejiuld never bo three years Sarah was Bought again for a wife byone who loved and won the treasure of her the true under sincere no longer held silence that had once saved the loWT it will qnadlle at Ithoiothe s about the thickness of a sheet of paper Between it and tho In throwing the voice against the it is set in vibration correspond ing to tques atijl strength of the i Tlie inurement of tlie dia phragm as it approaches and I from the steel Beta up an induc j tive amotin in tlie which is i transmitted to the bobbin at ths i causing the steel bar to become more or Iws which m nets upou tie NobptteryiBf TheViriuoiple upon wliich the current is Vjuismitted depends upon Fnradnyfl uwiiaticelectro that a disturbance iAa magnetic field causes au induced CuWt of the whole power coW from the the consequently diaphragm is a delicate construc tion freely renpfyllng to extraneous currents otlii to tho wellknownW Of power variesiuveraello the squorojof the It is difnc4 to reproduice the voice If of tiouo i from bocompg the valley r ikrry Ch Your it my duty But b nl a lt of I h Have you when you talk rtWOro allowed for rc lt of tho little t to HiHi an oi l we owe no to K hours K or wont j hai i The nnitza EJovatiou of tiiti 5 733 feetl i i 41 the for wheeledL urn in tho vu COl 1 Giospu II TRIUMN OF rloair bla win Ong being the is nearly before recover Jroni his the idler next b opened by agents a aodthe bufUed black hy Dye vnnted T Rl4 i tllC ihitfB butileft the broke It n 1 ent Iftize of tii uarjtu before to wird i icy li Ills IT dubt Everhards egret U the TCfuBal that wus w Klirab the of prnctica load of it he would answer hoiiiething to Hut wheu he is most ulo was JUid gratitude wancanoelud nirfly i nido persfcutiou ai ke in terms her daughter might lave eltou It WHAT is QUEENS CEI Road the JLn the news 10 H priest but a Belching into eluHtcm are to of plain One Fiohy f tie knus ou he at tho h before reaching of a upe pain with a busy occupying an pomtiou on the watershed f the Tunji from fruiu him the a leva I r iii Ider he should feigu a said l him I of your We m could so wreak Ins rcvtUfeo Hepftniting the valley o Hie to IM11 M and tin I kriou by every throb of my cu KviThurd were miserably two holplens women o JluMu by of hi ever complct cUll n Ihc rurt r II II Rntarluc nl mice and rheuwulk It t hut BrTTutts and Queens tieligl Hie purifier krwrnrn for the llir cniand kiriny evil ocen nccrcl rtl i the iitipvti u vend eabt lAboiit tlie Ume sked man BtepiXKl v l presentiiiga lour and I threw He Lid t tation and in more r 1 Throw prisoii and for avitiye crs f the woj more came up ladjbeen yftcm i P wllJl f Oue man car with a drawn revo 11 is fortuuute aci j 1 roii th H wow in a night when rain uTaUhdoing the W11S fullinK fast upon hnlfmelted jay of if when Kverhards flit I live oftll niigv that he should vhiu I WHS in for w yoiKili it aa itlht it WIIM e Miiid so very neiir w time in the strtjeL ulikd me that J thought aetefta ghiiien liitween the rude to mu and Itty gal It WUH rntluT to pxuteot of the great deli ixliilitd in hit kindness niiiee that HIM to me cer 1geiitliimauly of obtaiu to Then this cottage fur us upon Kiieh i mid tin we are l vot HO wrll And if we wire still as rieh IH u viuir dear father d nut hiive litiii wined with more Harah fame home after a i fruitlcKs for StandiijK upon its summit down in his hand wen I iHll relieving passengers of th him iouiJonTi frir his the iu trhO Tdtiud the there Thc bonr lvuvc iom ijim first his ami then liin He became thief of next Lhcn oiuiic These nre all wjwil With 10 fleiioe or niero or nakcx colovon veryJark H aud f yi move j biiwness j are seldom Morelos had Koducieil and told me fo go back inl o the jongle r else The Krec Xtf id A Xew York inlent ntv Five ihonsun mi Indiiti of hex or d dollurs or twenty t lli j down tlie cajoled from her homo a noble ir watches io in diaphragm is 1 upon the smiling vale of the Timja famous for rose and dotted over with numerous villages embowered iu groves cif Kawmlik has tho tiny handful of Mild AVe m nut eat or wiut tin quiet I bought milk aud imd there will be enough to replace tiese for a days Then work may AH Hhe Kpoke thure was a loud knock at the and Kverlmrd carac VbeBfeUcH of the Paxt L correspondents loiter has tiles IMy tho belles very pretty young J none very gentlcmnuly iu thejir conduct fdid not molest ladiesor rcjb cripples for miiny moan fedo hnd borueihim a tingle n jjnttie midstjof the nt noint1 The ion woa too young full to meet a chilling Not but by graceful tnuisi he led the wny to his hope that might think more kindly of the j oiler refiiHwl He hnd eloiliLentVy if his love for ileljeately usgedhis and attention for her aud expressed the most pro found regret that hod ever nlloared hiH anger at his first refusal to influence whom about 12500 are EulgariauH and 7 DOO n large Bulga riin village of 800 IIOUBOH to the north ol boasts of two churched and a tine Tipuriskii Polyana only about uiuo to the east the Nuremburg Of its wood deal of it did notdepend They were jmd the youug iiivolimtarirVhero drew herself up flte herself one iiicmbcr one ofct I re 8he went the oue of th hter of oue of e in Newport Redwoods itought fttthe old Khan i us it had to nets of iWK V I nil would i yet the fact nlulilIH not i uniu who might luaiTy well own father ol our haling and your great for mother who died iu Australia after sluviug hr Imve There WIIH uo laek of words to prove his sincere ao he poured them iut lj tlie eaaof the almost despairing girl J mid listening for Home from her own found e bolte i uf the voheuient Not When tlie Buigariansand and had the Dere to the south of with thei village of Haiukoi on the aucl wus taken by the detaehed cAvalry commanded by General Perelish one ofthe passes of but tlie carriage across like w niany other works undertaken bv the has never been fil Abraham of the flVntihiugtou the passenger wuhcheHaud a raolchniit of but on the bint beiig robbed by throwing bolk and wntch on tho i A cattle train iiad luV his but ifmnugcd to seflrete They handed back watirhen wliicli they had tnkett with the Wo dont want They are is byl the enormous diamond pip he remarked to him Wheres anywhere to Uikp onro of Then was really no all I Mexiio So JIorelosjBont for Bean to i rouniel what should be Beun repniseuted ftJiat andmunitions of wanted believed he could j were for these Li the aud of U uot lnug Tt in with the Ioor fellow re for twenty il one throb there bolte witness to thu truth lower Tuuja zupanchi Mesari though Hie as Hho hail before 1 cannot marry yoti I do not love and you do not love I do not love you cried her 1UU Mr only feet in not opS pear bo practicable for i or the Iron far aud near at her feftt so afraid of marrying is and a handsome girl like greatly run no ashamed of Hhowiug his pro Nulljy hnd rejected fiuft when one dfly the protul meetii did uot take it BO meekl reraoustrntiug wi nsked for some more definite reasd she had given him for his reji Sally was used to a very different ner from and nettled nt his turned upon hi proposed that hr with one of way mid briiig back tho needed militinry forelos was debght nnd Beau was despatch oil on the double Ho succeeded iidmir Wonhl in old mini with an a reinurkably bad hat and no to speak holding a larji of lemons an hiH before honor iu the market court John said j ollitier chjirgeByou i all a settiup his Bv their fruttH ye hall them tljC trptS ho hud been captured jmd and for eh JThe reporter then asked f were thj pistol reports you referred The robbevri fired a few eujgiueeriuul fireman to itfii to shots iii the idiite o with Ciiu tln th Why I Uirf only n you bs so HO deaf to I iw to donbt mine Be my i hour of my life shall prove thcSHvno road connect very witl m Bcem to tlauMhnt it tiling fora raau have refused twenty oflere did the difetor PntterBou j When ho stepped ou to got orders one of the put a pistol to hiH head nnd lura hold up Ins j IWeleariifiom other that be the coin they got SlSiji the express enr fromju a gold m nud a ticket to Clj four iu cash ftiui time the revolution wns at The son of the OK deliKht to call great Up to be the famous General and friend victorious army found him a old from active life ami living in vast Of hiH chil said picking up lemon sour i Sjusiifi I tell Haul tin prisoner with h sobran of th head of dont nnd hn thrust lemoij I not referring t but to tlie ol in iir elfort to get and if he hail left j my love for oiild have heard I eaunut bo your wile I1 Do yon love Sarah r I do w 1 have heard you nay I h hehad 0 us a little Ever I will answer little would enable to throw off I Uot love Joud of ItcriiHluwj Then love will I luiil raher be back in bur attic yours if iw we were Mother j But he pleaded iu Sarah firmly I marry Charles Everj refuhed to Ixcome an unloving i i i It was late when disappointed more conectly called the Islimie of tho Thia an im portant town of of I whom nro The paflseti furtherto the west oppose though they undoubtedly pro f t from this very We shouted with huighter at this cli and then one of the listeners in quired What became of the man The bachelors of iliteiattue ure H mi respectability jaii of Beuedirt after this He boc4ime Miss was the demure i sent strong positions for 1 the object at preseut of fCl wns a coming The young girl had j juitor so terminally hedged in by the Mdnets of her that she had measured her load of obligation itil she was asluHl to give her life in t When wan rector olf IP n city of in the text whom about j one day took to wss V 15000 Greeks and as many j art thou After reading the Near2y the whole of the i made as was his custom II They made an Bleeping bfjt the doors nud before they r1 i manned against their more the train WOB approachi nuimerous bretbreji l actor Pat to i onller There were and tt and Collins and 3Iar a r end of thetrain ami aud L join the The and Otway and Cow enS engine had and Ben Hume and vheu tit freight tvniu many among whom to iBfl laU WHUU UI1MJ o lt took his and Surah crept fertile to the south of Balkans is in the Kcupatjon of and her no home built upou tato the ruins of The keenest pain won in her own ap parent ingratitude and hardnenfl of heart She asked herself again and again what si e eould desire in a lover and huaband Charles Everhnrd did not offer He was u t twentyBix fine in a lueruLive m the Yet be wooed a giving her no are And wUon urived at H WM the he quoted i i i then at the and remarked that ho the congregation to reflect upon i when a gentleman in a military trho at that instant was niarclijing very sedately up tho middle aisle of jthe snpposiug it to boio jueHt oddrihBsed to to tlie surprise of jrejplied I am an oqccjr of tue Seventh Foot on party here having brought wife and family inth E wisli to riding ut half acquiiiufced with tho njughlioring clergy t Thk so deraned the There was little sleep in the cheerless 1 lady but th up and tfarah preparing ti g waa alirgeboy to bti fare Hi know he said the and jbut hes grown a deal j and astonish edithe the mornang found tho Hart H When last thaj ttVe conductor uf thn i out iu Hearch of j 1m way A bright Biuilight made to the proceeded in without I then lire m extingi arrived give party by mi extoilsivi pnge dreiii but line rose to blark sheep of the fellow by the niiwe of Yer Hqilin graciously niDt unknown j of S bllt flt Cribbed dark ef n grupevine was to biinp foirih ijmility of or n illferor VTiftj Of or Ull iipl That will Mii dont think are Ten dullam oritwi Takfit But the etiurt nifuwil t that in hold Au ondni iu Muiuesota I niuuiwr him 41 one of The within tli mid tiy 1 oonenxhll th ye right Char it Wounileif In mlirniige with well lister IUH Btelliu GoldsukithK Lajppygolucky Terms At tlu elost of the present iir879 tlie of the tors will expire Spencer Ala bama Dorsey Airkarcmw Sar geut Cliafffe Colorado Biimum Tit Conover Florida Georgia Oglcsby Hli in Indiajilu IngallH McCreery Keutudiy Drwi Maryland Bogy MH Nevadul New Hampshire CmkhiiK eelittitii finbidding He was kept in thft dungeon lie when Ue wafi tiiinsferrrd his reuulai At mtnl it fmnl placed at hiH It waH ipiitily h nt the ueit meiiLVmt h carried to his lieeanieknown j Cooney The l any ii ihat of of bard of Avon but whether tnm regimfflit dtiri it is questionable Hl wcundediu one bijiig down hif into ought in that hogshead of carefully placed for Jrgeou tild him j reception by jiXvtee i his i hiiid a liappier heacth tluui the less Bhalll aever i biife more Benedict or hpa kept it is that makes the and not Uie fireside he The total number ol immigrants to country duijug Inrtt live years Sinb the i Girmaii iunmigrf ktU it i sour New York Carolina MatthewB i Oln Mitchell Oregun Penimylvania PattiflifK South Canjlina llerrill lUp Howd if a hiijh i Jtri aixl li re tin1 htly e pie hi He mont oomefl v acant in lai v ators elihleen e his Ver The y and bepin clllilf al tim pitvof his him Wi to a in his hn wlnle w Id until t tvit piritfailed live hirn too Ivup by the i inge Hes p4vru to be polifthed iifT i jnni returiud it felt i   

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