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Aiken Journal (Newspaper) - August 1, 1874, Aiken, South Carolina 4NUMBER the Aikcu BY LE 0a the beautiful waters of the Ashley there floated down the stream a graceful occuv pieclHby a lady and whoap so absorbed with each other t hat they didriot perceive thafcit wss growing i a and that the sua hadVcascits last the ri v They were aroused however by hearing a horn blow by an on a iKighboring plantation Calling in the laborois the gentlouran picked up the ho A had allowed to lay listlesslyacross the and by a vigorous Strokes soon the fly ing up the riyexv Is your final answterv Kate T ar ri ved an d with it How h i mother hurig round his neck pcrfec and well she might he was such a and dignified young man I he domestics seemed to vie witli each other in showing their affection for theh you ng Happy days they were Ifor Kate und and they glided by too quickly for theiryoung Harry saw with increased love and ad miration the ever exceeding aridvloveliness of his fair and as the timevdrew near for his departure he the old pangs he had expe rienced before in leavinsr only they i were increased tenfold but everyfcliIMo M O be final it I pain to refuse thajQ it to for you k no v how I love and that it is only v J because papa has refused his our that it must end is reader will that iobstina te refused to recogn ize tlieir engagement i will tell Tremaine was the only son of a j v whose plantation adjoined that of Her husband had been ilevokiuonary war in Charleston when attacked bv theJBritishpiit which time our hero scarcely two years vWlienthe war broke was but what he had done could al there on the river that he had buried amounting to on his did hojrqever it to any thciefore the atcrct died with When the war his widow was left with only a dozen slaves and a though picturesque JBy strict economy she had livecbmforinbly and educate her Greys house and hers boing quite iiear each and good society scarce have an end he took his but not without many Tegrets and The succeeding two years passed rapidly and Harry gradual ted With the h After1 giving a farewell dinner to his compan ions he bade them farewell Once again he was his way but how differently he was now going home for good and he hoped fondly to clasp to arms the little tender flower he had left at home but we all know the that the course of true love never runs He home safely to be welcomed once more by those he Kate met him warmly but in a timid and shy for she knew now that she loved him oh and he had not ye asked be his Tliey roamec through the magnolias and palmetto groves they giidcd over the placic waters of as of but Kate was not the same lively arid ani mated girl that she used Harry was Had some one in his absence won the heart of the lovely my wife pro vided I could get yours and I now ask yau ifor Mr I thought you were aware that I foad determined never to give my daughtegto a poor I ad mire your much and have objections Hx except remembered seeing Kita spirits rose have somethirisr to do treasure If thejr could only fitters you can show me to my thafrvou Dossess wealth I shallhateto my eon And this youridetermination Grey r V I am be cause Tad Harry he could not jpeakyhe or hours aim lessly through his mind filled withiconfictihs Should he ffi history their dream offering a Jarge Kate began to despair up oh madness viOj he never give her he would not when day Harry recei fiom Boston owned such a boofc and he couid Ijav the same if the offered reward was paid Harry and two How delight upon its for the lo ve of for Eaters And now we the stated in the of this Kate say know well as I do that tliis al it ves mo not to refuse w i v ou than it does the letters out an d this was what was Harry and nbz bu tvoibftt ihp uij sj h iu iboe dpspf s pg i ghmmpx tibef pgrj uif shpofz thoughtwas J no why that diffident the two were and a strong friendship sprung up be tween Harry and Many days had they rambled over the beautiful woods that adorned the banks arid cool oer merry and Mppy as the dayswere Hairy Tremaine Suddenlyfound that io tinie for him college and leave hisv THeir parting Poor Kate dried as if her break they visited again the ir favori te nooks an d shady bowersjtlieyvowed to love each wliat At Harry took his to a College 3ie would have to stay four weary He felt very sad for many but being thrown with so many congenial companions hs mXde liimself easy and the low and feelings soon passed Not sohowever with poor Deprived of her only many weary hoars wan dor for hours through shady woods surrounded her fathers pined and her fatherand mother buth noticed hovrthin she was and they felt furshe was their only They de termined to send her to Charleston to stjay with an Aunt of and see if change of air and sight might not banish from her mind ail painful thoughts and regain colo r sh had Thrown pbasant with r to hcr though her lost ot the ab his Two an d abscn t Poor Harry he had not yetlearned that such conduct was ussual with young ladies when Cupid has pierced ten dor hearts with h i s cruel and he passed manyanxious last it wag and he detef mi n cd tokno w tlie so on c even ing while they were drifting with the he told her the old but one that the hearers of never lold her how lie loved long he had how de votedly and sincerely he loved Ho v lent forward and Your dearest but he needed no hcr eloquent eyes told the never gave him her hand and 3 withpapas and happy we will not listen towhat full but tear ourselves and think of our byegone days said fear you will find it get papas for he wants me to marry and I know dear that you are not although you have an abundance for me your love is IJcnow I said but I have enough for you and me I shajl call in the morning and try for his I dp not They pan ed gate and Harry slowly traversed between the two pleasant were crossed uneasy caused for fear Colonel Grey would with hold his i Why ant I he with what did father do with his money could he roaly have have buried it and I clue if I only all mv troubles would have an end Next V morning he called on Col anxVwas shown intohis handsome beauti low fondly I love it V iV because papa sanction to v But end here t shall make or father v p off ly H ebf I dollw t Relieve You are Kate said If arry I that thiSieiSife vou v fbrever goods night for i first to bjtintjbr the hidden and not siiccecd I shall go to the W est Ind ius a n try a e Poor Harry here was the How could he ever findthe Hidden but Ido not knew again to here we were tried arry andKate po for he many shall he mjght it ntt be waters it vfor ey spen t daysfchin it persevere to COM tin i AMast n o t h is fath er in fo r m e drh is moth or of j ts could he not his own to bury or ready and leave no Harryy aijtcv severali days unsuccessful udid fKther really leave you no clue by which I miht find the did leave an him to ca rry it Kor hecould onj3 i to M n ravel there were whov were reading anything y which over find out somethiog thatmight relate you ever looked over f lie how foolish you are tothinV ve have money hidden your father M v never told me of any couldvunravel i t Months passed away without liearing an s fully decorated pth skill and Kan ds be diome G ood morn Col GreVi as he entered Hie i A I serve you in au I am here on very important and remain I am successful or although he sppkeio me of doing so but if he ever carried theridear out he never toariv j Here the keys to all our Look over you chose V Harry took tho and hastened to the secretary where all their papers were stored Ho glanced over poetical studied sundry stray epistolary did not on lighten him u pon tlie subject wasuppennosfcin liis He nearly gnvc up in his hand the of the secretary he I v accidentally gew to his strip of paper these j second edition of of J the Colonies uiider peer oilier ffapaiiiystervv Could i t rela to to the tieasure But would ho find such and when he had what wouidlt reveal He carried tlie lines to molher in perfect He ahd would they roceived i i sh al 1be jhome I am as happv to need Kate was thrown del igh c at v 1 oo ko dfbr ward to a 1 oo ko ward to a G rey would but promised Kate J his con sen find it He ran sa tli G rathj H v in the I T rrr rs IVirtrt ll A J JtVv A c I aim b shade th ar ri While disrsrinsr llarry an5 While Harry r yv ajsVThe happy day I suppose ies Vr ai itth es have
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