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Aiken Journal (Newspaper) - August 29, 1874, Aiken, South Carolina lfepj aSisAiS6 i i t VOLUME flet lost life tith lost years I Must look back to what I used to weep I must that my double life Of happiness is now a single And that you leep All through the longest days of And through the longest nights of winter Love with us in and it carae Aiong with us in after days the With joy and rest Tie pleasant months grew And changing pleasures chidedinto fears From our sweet nest I must remember thai my whole life grew In purer because of I cannot help my my tears milt And though the sun is on I must know A day that died The frightened clock ran bitter he askedto look at hadnt fairly got his eyes on the Thun der Blazes beforelie cemmtnced to hot ho he shouted as he dropped on a chair it will kill did you ever oh 1 oh J oh I sternly asked the cause of his hilar and he replied that Kilroy swindled taken us us stone The Thunder Blazes wasnt worth he an old machine invented by a blind man and m to discover fame of a of a may prove true to the know one k error we fall of our Or about him at most false and undue belief may be shaken IE that are honest and From twelve at noon till twelve oclock at And I live in but my heart is Like a dry leaf upon a spiders the days shall dawn cone e because of The hours shall rise OldLtears shall be prophetic of An4l clouds of white shall float fcenejih the blue And your brown eyes open on me our long loves And under your sweet gaze I shall 1 There was He drove up to1 tile unloaded a machine land saidif wanted a machine that would do all of run said weie his the Chained Earth It were the add all other machines were bale imitations We might try and if we dont like it he would cut his throat with a brick We tried and when he came with1 his 1 signed it This is fco certify that your sewing machine has saved me 10 per fo fuel and per in hay and corn since we purchased I licked ati al pulled a school matters and kicked a member of the Legislature tha second day after we got the machine We hadnt owned it a week when I found where I could get trusted for meat and and a SSur shed It will sew anything a leg of mutton to a New Hampshire moun There been a cloudy since the maehiae first started and tW moon now rises two hours earlier and lasts all No one should be without He took the certificate with a tritm nhaut I must leave off WQKtfy has with Jewled High Low machine light smile of gladness worifrb theriends that we mee Is worifrby that we ftiU TooproMto acknowledge Dont thing fools ii How oftenjfes of dejection Islfeajwonvtne hypocrite hypocrites To paTojJs truth and to friends we hold Their oapbjest emotions conceal Another hole Ja are And Secrets they cannot J Leave base jfiinds to harbor suspicions And to defects Let ours ambition For the mind that 1 I none Know a brpiher M Alady barber has s Harvey has been payng months ewe the only leading machine in Wf n jpyforftver and forty days to buy the Lights sing I bought and when a he wanted a certificate cheer fully wrote one v This1 is to certify that I have had a Lightning rtij house for s6w time and 1 wouldnt be with out it for twice its It hadnt been in my house half a day before my son recovered from the and jny wife found a ten dollar bill on the I think it is thfrbest machine ever I cant bear to go to bed and v leave He said he was ever so many times and he hadnt got out of sight before Kilroy drove up with the thun der Blazes He began to sew at machine j said we had been terribly humbugged and that his was the only firstclass machine in the My wife began to and he soothed her by offering to tiade his Which he could sell for thirty dollars to We made the He said the Thunder Blazes would make any kind of a sew1any khul of fabric and out run a He came round the next week with a certificate all written and I signed it This is to certify that I have gained ten pounds of flesh per day since pur chasing your and that my wife hadnt run it half an heur when her uncle died and two hundred thousand Not one of the chil dren has had a cold since the day the Thunder Bftfcea came through the It plays the strings are not liable to stops are easy to manage and it is the only machine in the that can be operated by a red headed woman with a cork I can stay put until eleven oclock at hight aow and my wife hasnt a word to 9Wtodleny Tfee Hotfoes and Their Wew A correspondent recently visited the survivors of the Modoc tribe of Indians at their home in the Indian reservation in southern The all ane hunted Of these less than fifty are all that remain of the little band that for so long a time kept six timestheir number at bay in the lava beds of Ore gon The chief of the tribe is now Bogus whose name will tie remembered in connection with the Among other participants in that campaign the correspondent saw and with whom he shook hands where1 the old familiar Shack Nasty Hooker Jim and The tribe live in apparently pre ferring the open plain to the shelter of the They are resigned to their fate and while of them speak the others are endeavoring to learn ths so as to be able te communicate their white neigh The correspondent found fchern all comfortably and adapting as far as was possible in their to the ways of civilized who is in charge of the lives with his family among the The government provides partly for their clothing is them by the and other charitable The corres pondent visited the widow and sister of re ceived him seated on her throne of skins and and a neatly dressed and pleasantlopking stood She looked atthe visiting shook with1 and then sadly covered her face Sincethe removal of jbhe Moddcs to their new of the number have youth Sanders v in his addresses that the jealous fired a pistol one evening he was found trespassing on the result being that came homethrough the at more rapid rate he ever showledj When he learned who firecHEe he sent a peremptory Newell to mortal promptly and the prelimina ries for tbe hostile ily acted as thesacond of and Jiobert Stockton for The hour wasi nine oclock last Thursday the place the ground of the Freehold baseball Promptly at principals and seconds were oq hand some half a hundred Stockton measured off paces with cons coolness of olcj 06ramooore kndthon stepping out in a ringing The last word scarcely uttered when the two pistolsfired simul and Sanders His second ran to tore open his coat and called Una far a quick terrified Newell threw down his pistol ae4 not for a Down the embankment he made his way where he remained1 until the when co his relief he learned that his was not and intact was not hui tat The truth of it the seconds Stockton and ticular care to load the pistols with letting Sanders into the whosesudden fall was ar The whole although a deal to agara Falls fact thai a tation and m HH A new game called per told him besfe machine and four They ex was d has created more any thing has occurred for old around Lake Tula and and say t and
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