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   Aiken Journal (Newspaper) - February 21, 1874, Aiken, South Carolina                                Judge Graham V Y 1 norfl TC Journal true thy self f tiioujthe ttTith would teach must another soul woul overflowing heart tie heart full and thy thought worlds fame read and thy word e a faithful And thy life shall he t wid nohle For the are few things that bring back days more vividly than p the ina shop window its I ime since they covered two sturdy dim led which were wont to run all day long until weie so so oarrybg about a bright curly haired 80 so little trinket that we take from the is more valued by us than silver or gold or precious The old with its notched and rusty a couple of a top with its an old fashioned yarn a broken throe links of a and a pretty little jet anchor ah put them it makefile heart ache to linger over them joo for we will then think of what might have What great comfort to turn and read little children to come unto me forbid them for of such is the Kingdom of j li For tho Aiken but that one lookjdar fer a Tlxat youtol ap proached her and he should have every other dapce and the ones with a smile in between but the so is why I gave him throne of thoss two which comes firstin order of those not between and no and that only by way ofcontrariety The Belle had U y ft v her and as eaeli supplicant had his prayer and down his a dozen otter petitioners garded thefanie light in their A l DEATH OF death of this colored of Con who took a prominent part in the politicsof this city and State after the close of the occurred at his residence in Oalholm He had been in bad health fbr some and for three weeks his decease was confined to his Be fore the war he conducted the tailoring Re figured as a member of eyes as did Cain he made Zillah Abel when Soon the ipife happy possessor a gaily Kcomparisoned rooking another p little with less butnu consisting of sets of Rdisifemiafcure and sots ot Sucha day of allof us The tea and dinner eccurrenc8and L possession was passed m With the close taken j perhaps the rv some of but this the tiny cra js wearing they are nearly endur and the1 ill toys unbroken I of independent w With what evM which by the way and then of crockery and weak I wa reasons we 1 Aikea bad a winsouie Bclle was the then altogether charming one par excellence but to to she lost her I in my ignorance of why I sighed happy this week be of 1874 haspresent e gladly acknowK 3nder unto her our f he if prettier than the of and by far more Renting and cruel bnf fow men would use the Idstexpression if they had once felt the magic her toe and Lie of the as through the mazes of the have done honor to TerpsichcH herself I shall ir never forget f he and from my far I thought if I cot dazzling ror up to natui Nature would I was in L of the the Beconstruction and was subsequently appointed a magistrate by He became a member of the General Assembly and then Tand and ran for Congress against Sheriff got the creden and held a seat for a while ia that body A contest which result hft nor trial to the killed young in Cnar on Thursday sentenced Duffus tu be hanged on Frida Buffus to labor in the penitentiary for ten y Porter made a motion inarrest of when Judge GraGain issued the following order that exev cution of judgment im this case be sus until the m west of for new trial fee jinents of flour froico The I eighty It has M hold thfr am fearful Dame vision hasbeen reflected in a a hundred times feiiptivafcing but The Belle now and then attract attention contempt S t 5 F because was naturally ui seek attention C She tedid not had ft in each bean Was intended for n n il no o tiioy her ips were arched devotee would and to show dimple iq her but I was Jbr who danced the his opponent being seated by the cpm mittee whch invesoigated the After in Columbia for some he was appointed a trial an office he held until his and the duties of Which he performed in con nection with an occasional appearance in the Crimitiul Court as an and THE OF COTTON An important showing the bidding character of cotton jliens and the abso lute necessity of planters cpmplying with the strict terms of their I ft just been decided quole from the lars for On the 28th ultimo cotton gin of Tew and in the northern tv of were There1 was a large c cotton in over six thousand 3 of 7 JiuKlux and two thousand court in r i M at were and Occasionally he in and Ar State propWty on a Hen without giving no tice to j This was the first case of this nature that has come and much interest was The judges charge to the jury was clear and law pointy guilty thi handle intact fruit cans and only known to and con boys with their cm old broom han made from boards of odd every conceivable woulfr playthings that are always in the tuoibled over at and Which kicked about and anathme tized Suring ihc day by those that forget they has caused many a quivering lip and tearful to the sturdy owner Old cand e boxes doing douBle duty as table and carry the providing a stray rope ha d aad you may bo pretty sure that will answer to harness with and haul and many other con which in construction and application answered in our ideal to the Mi measure of grown up folks happi joyous days of As we this we think of the little so iand wish in our inmost heart that we were like And now that we pause to speak to her that has been our firm friend for many a the amo tender ifc ond in as iu ad not one word is She ems to divine my and with trembling she goes to another places me a of little and with a mv shoulder May hear her prayer and bless Ah I these little ragged how they how short entered the Acidemy between 8 Her head was lent slight ly to the side her escort was on her I wish 1 could the exact color natui e had painted Arched in a most naturally artistic man ier 5 her so deep and lus rousG0quetishly cast she knew every eye was upon and that modesty is so becoming to a Her cheeks and beauti rich and roselike were they and hev it beg gars words to describe it Her I will not say it was brown and not or what was its arranged in the latest and sub rosa7some of it suspiciously especs that charming and to give she came pvl asked for a 1 was began chaiirihg old whenthe Belle re a eyebrows feel 1 did and some one else finished the old Look out for her at church on Whether she will smile upon half a dozen young men waiting for or look upon the will depend the style of her She will in A heaven If and scien is not and the a prisoner a fifty dollars and serve tWvlve months in theState peniteqfciary at baid labor he intended to halve the people to uttr derstand that wheii they made a con tract for acts of furnished under the as Unly throw her head the most attractive Her1 ealico but it was such a pret ty when worn by tho that 1 mentally decided an exs pensive and I at once swore al legiance to that figure I would have thought it the crowning success of perfect had not my faith iu womans dignity assured me that 1 A to casUron teeth can peculiar flavor of some of the beef when properly for considered the and cows ceased giving more than a gill of milk per day bring fancy sometimes as much as five dollars per head being They are fattened pn sand and saw the former to give the beef firmness and and the sponmess that furnishes the meat with its own wa they had to stick up to them oiboar the The following additional particulars of the brutal murder which took on Wednesday night have been received About seven oclock oi that as Henry Widdekindj in the employ of wason his way home from stove of those he was as knocked down and murdered with a by two colored men by Bradford who were secreted on the side of the street and lying ia wait for He was then robbed of a sum of about sixty and a silver aod the key of the store was ajso taken the His head was the skull having been i three or four different places and eyes protruding from theic When found he was and his head and face jpreieiited a horrible a Frenchs blessing v by affording jnMntaneous of y to to Thorn e white and yellow Onioa v crop raisiuSj asd UUC next at pies the door her carriage was su her head sligktly bent fonvard and to just cloak profit can be the hide being only worth four or dol lars and the meat from efeht to twenty five cents per sausage as some would She took her seat ia part of the but notwithstanding toe crowd upon the Whenever ono of the gentlemen placed his hand in the basket to draw his that charming calico dress was before his as I heard a dozen and allsavo one sighed audibly tripe irom the mtostines5 but it has proved too rich for delicate 4Vn Olfpn and the grittmess trom the looa eauen by tkeaainials cannot be easily eradi ted It is now cbntcniplated tuintng thernmto Satterfchwalbs ts for choice fiaefruite fresh at once rested on Vincent and telegrams were sent out in various directions with of their 13nt the of and was so affected by the newfr that she is now lying at the point If she a double will have been Bob a notorious horse was captured in Columbia on Fri day 8 The eldest soa of SKoonj Abbeville eouatyr by a jast weekthd cornerstone of the new Baptist at was U iVw j and Andersons cellent mince The ole is soldat Lovers fiuterior article 0 The finest heef i f vj tion at isheaper andTnore nut X W of a liumfeer of i iiiife   

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