You have viewed 1 newspapers today. Please Register in order to view more newspapers.
We are retrieving your image from the archive...
We are converting your image into tiles...
Aiken Journal (Newspaper) - March 28, 1874, Aiken, South Carolina I r tOLUME 2E1S BAENEY GLOVEB AND GOOD I THE KING OF THE OLD G tfLEVEBi fAY WITS A CLEtlBfK DEAR JOURNAL sAs a seem anxious to hear from we trace this opportunity of dropping yora a This leasesus and ourn all wellf hopin it may find aod all joyin the same You are no aware have been for BOIBO time filling the important ind sometimes cry onerous and perplex ing office of teaching the young idea what to shoot The aim rawges from Smiths English Cqrjaells Davis Peter Parleys Universal and the History of England j fedvent struck the classics but expect aswo eau boast of some of the boys and girls in the and you may well imagine that a fellow who has been working in such for four would enjoy a few days recreation fliono of his favorite sports the and kiviwg a v SJtf V Abcwat fkrk supper was after which we repaired to Bens sanc1 where we talked Charles ton races and the Taxpayers until about 11 when all jMtosed in a pull of big com by way of an eye Urned in forihe About daylight next morn Tobyrapped afc ttoe ifootf and said 1 Mas yonn all better git beccTss ww1 reddy and by time we could get on the inside of clothes and tfoe outside of a mfot breakfast amoking ou tbe and wo were soon off for the Pine to arrange wewere to Brodie at 10 Nfsnbta Maofe prime1 ami ia of all we cowld fyr foutodt tjwo covies before we got to the and we wore k ahem a put us an behind Etaven oclock ibttnd at the appointed1 Where1 we met Judaou Brodie and eager for With out mwcfe We went to work on some of ihe pnjfitfesb hunting ground in the eouitfity and the best body of clay land in1 the ia a few hours we bad a About 1 of the Who always eye1to the comfort of the inner threw out a sly hint in that which was readily and Krodie soon took us to a lonely and romantic spot where once stood an elegant saw but all that is the clear running the old mill dam and a few charredposts to mark the place that once merry with the plough boys the keen crack oi drivers whip anc fche industrious hiiia the tiring circular All sad change to come 4own himjiipi a gentleman from the Orangebog part O of our county at Pme Log and W take a frolic among the feathered we1 teadily embraced and on Thurs the 6th of this our friend and neighbor hitched in his black Jeff Davis and Jack and with pointed Jerry Nimble and at 12 we put out full tilt for Small ping few moments at our Barney Glover arid Milledge Hankin on our way down to get some school orders they being twoof the worthy trustees of tae township in which our institution is and over which I have the honor of presi W found Barney iff horse lot with some hands heaphrg Ins compost and some of the piles looked to us to be as high as the ktone Mountain Barney is all right and if it were not for higft taxes he could give us a big bust every Christmas and not feel fov logsand a plenty of the gourd seed he and corn juice in From Barneys we made for old friend and found1 him in his afFuble Stepping about with ftis hatchet in his left as light and quick as trn old guinea rooster in We thon hied for Sniall and reached him about the time that Sfol was quietly settling himself dowi into the sea th4t On our wuy dowtii wo pickedup patridges by way of encouiagiug Mack and and killed a hawk us big a ii wfoich we shall oLiim ehicken pie from Jesfee iconic and Wise as soonas spring chickens auo largu We carried the wibgs to oiw Auni o whichshe was mighty psuiid and with a smooth ing on each she soon hue them drying before the We may bo a source ot comfort to hei the head of next for slie II a oldjady and always us the fat of the land when we gOto sec aud SuiaU 1 tjirDugh Ihis country inilte yoar COKa burnig and plundesiBg e A plank was thrown across some old pieces of timber and a htncli spread that a mans mouth water who had not been taking the exercise that our party had a fiiaak of jibsoafe XXX old was also put upon tike we found mix readily withCedar Creek wafer j took iaskof it More it was old and and had tenancy to make OUT little pasty feel move After an hours rest we took the Seld again aad began to face thovkid that blew from Windsor Oastleywon ting amaag the birdsv Aa td tine we were closely niatchad andsouie little One gen trying to a laird down on foot that had been slightly wing made a signal failure and had to call lusti iv for the assistanceof Go Pushand Anbtbes1 maw being hard pressed caught a hat on the a feat that we bad never aceoinplisfeed before and tJiied him in to count evenv The jioke was O so good so espertly doae fthot we had to allow the couffifc we iic nameS statefacta Bui thing wasm the way to tke pleasure of the days Small benjamin hands were so SOFC fooro risiBgsi that he couid not handle liis gun at but and cheerfwily weiai ie any muchfor himasa being wfe kept kimso butey picfeing birds no time for in the afflffipwooa we very reluctantly parted with Brodie after a delightful day of rousing good sport for forfeyfbiMr patpiidges u Sic transit glwia Wofound the planters om our roiitc1 and well upwibh their to put in too much I said in the beginning we day on an elegant body of Captain Phil ami WTe miM fchasfe it made a feeling of os we roole over1 hundreds of acres that were once in a high state of now growing tap in a wilderness of pine brooot straw and briar and while we donot pretend to dictate to She it not better1 for t6e present system of to piftt some of them on tlte maifket afc a reasoaable or some devil a few whohas and wlw would settk on ifi things pop around him like a dfead eye in scalding water j aod you meet your friends subscribers from tfeafe sestiou you car say to tlitat iif x iteaA1 who is a passable old Sfeld seliool a right gool piaey woods a prime ami Hfeheruiaa fbroise 6fhis be any to the that 60 say thev Ktft aet a EUarabV ing in timev and seetifring for him fifty oo acmaa of Uhat good level clay taffltfE of Phils an Jwhesb about vtfidfc of those ftttle Drancues between Columbia road and Cedar Old fields With many good wishes for youcr aww we are as ever ONE OF THE p hear that fcKcwis aome very clever Northern gentlemen in your midst who are You can say to the tke gtver of all good things sfaores us until another season andfchey feel inclined to join the old wewill give thema fffitaMa ta tuy tbeirbreecb loaders to their heads at somfi game ofthe virgin Boring ttie pessioBH of of acted as flheckri of Clerk of die was 11 and enable to fee loniplete no less thaa giteet and woa tfee approval and of ail Hit arjy av jEwssBOudswin j record kept pace1 with the and were all ready for sJgaed tfc Judge before Sucb and an Court ai all very promksenlf and jropular jiftlzen of our Sunday evetting the Planters foik eight days previotiely he haillain desperately and constantly attended by Campbell thel4tb was seized with a violent deraiBgemeBil of tke defying the most cal sfeilVtGuminafeed his awsek life by the bhaiage o4 he before hto was not oijlyfey his Tsfuii still Ms calmness actuated that Ms mind was with The funerafl rites of Church were over before it was removed fpom With tfe1 deepest we chroniclethb fartJ tjltatl the house of our libnctfeii Felix old Blocker Was totaly des troyed by most of its furni ture and Sunday nlgM lasfl ThiswriS a quaint ancfent mansion built Ibng years ago by one of tbe inal1 Blacker liiive fej nothing as yet wv regaril to of the fire Jjbke was for thesnine wl tne S Jeam1 Brooksvfas afljp by fire Julias toti the The mill attid adjoining the gin not lossit Chis we are cannot be far short of Noihsusaneev the work of an inctc The farmers all over tltae arcquite busy ind geeui to be in fine spirits as they are of K crops present The liberal afldi reliable house of Gifebs imVHSW of the times aiid orampsd condStiou of have coneludjed to offer their epkodjiid Manipulatedi GJUAOO on tbo tevoas in theiir is to be in another oents will fee allowed for middling cotton to all who pureJiase this this will also be allowed to ail who have already purchased This tainly tfee mtjst treattaietit of planter feare yet heard Call see Charles SL agentr whose office Thorne9 seed and hardware Eepeated demands forHonors compels me agakt give notice that I in the article nor will I furnish it afr any tiefi desirifig it will oblige me bj their orders elsewhere butfec fancy or staple choice tioue THE to all not aware that this popular fchafc all will favor him will trp also several and Best of LiquorSj Sweet ebnsUiiily addition to the Main neat little Saloon attached with jffitatJe reespectfully i Mr store Dfeksan ted a superior at his sells Shes equality of Tennesseej Bee most choice pieces on to the oonsesfco best markets lamVrW together with fruits an shop if Oneman suleby te gaif our frietir yesterday received a large atoek of ladies and gentlemens shoesv t terms are as Jow those merchant m we wotfld1 suggesi to OUP to give him a life atrd property by using a pure kerosme Such is thearticle1 for salc aiJ Satterthwaits A fresh supply of Under woods ecf California and jttst received By Satterthv The Board of County Cemmis on hist and issued tHe ainomntt of reports some three or Tiandl guaifoteed aC 20cts Crushed whitc wheat is a nu is delicate and wholesome house should keep and a Satfterthwait has the fresh i A Just what you1 Want initial and plain wri papers assorted kinds j violet and pen confuse and co i 1 in trie hands of eiephitic of JT j 1 o v T ing from the taintng aad the Personally himself he fioatad the big lh logues and baibarians Che history of are built to such v who the to cover paper cutters and in the Phar t department prescriptions are f A and correctly dispensed by pharmaceutistfr pure and reliable otherme die in os if combined Faith and many of the ills that huoian iff heir to at Woods Drug Stone Fresh lot of Landreth relieved today and for 9ftle Thurnci Fresh lot of garden ftwm Landreth Son icceived thisday or sale by Thome1 Cov Exchange dull with a quiet 5f f good i upiaTidsi A Ti i Satterthwait to list oif goods this Week ti choicelot oif marrow ITuile Olive oil and American Strict out of out of out of C R Iv
Once upon a time newspapers were our main source of information. Now those old newspapers are a reliable source for hundreds of years of history and secrets of the past. Now you can search for people, places, and events without the hassle of sorting through mountains of papers!
Newspaper Archive is the world's largest online newspaper database featuring over 130 million newspaper pages. Plus our database expands by one newspaper page per second for a total of around 2.5 million pages per month! The value of your membership grows along with it.
Those looking to find out more about their forefathers can empower their genealogy search with Newspaper Archive. Within our massive database, users can search ancestors' names for news stories and obituaries. We must understand our past to understand our future!
24 hours a day Monday-Saturday
Your full introductory membership payment will be credited toward the cost of full membership any time you choose to upgrade!
"It is amazing how easy and exciting it is to access all of this information! I found hundreds of articles about my relatives from Germany! Well worth the subscription!" - Michael S.
"I love this site. It's interesting to read articles about different family members. I've found articles as well as an obituary about an uncle who passed away before I was born, and another about a great aunt. It's great for helping with genealogy." - Patricia T.
"A great research tool. Allows me to view events and gives me incredible insight into the stories of the past." - Charles S.