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Aiken Journal (Newspaper) - October 3, 1874, Aiken, South Carolina HEARTDOIT have I known thy forgive rny ra when I saw my hopes I thought on thee with tears fancied in that glorious Fast fading from my That all our HO sweet and Would sadly perish too Tmvi them falter in thy And in my fortunes Would seek to scape that bolt of That seemed to thvuaten all turn to brighter hopes and find o her hearts than brighter ties to More worthy tbee and love forgive theunworthy scorn the hapless torn by in deep H id cloabts of what thou art with the bitterest doubts of all his hopes Misdeemed in fortunes Thp creature of her frown J V PER IN ADTANCE the as bill over popular with his civilized As I sed we are all tho we dont we are making great preparashun fur an yu them atHUongod folks are the most Mostof us hev jined sum kind uv a and ar drilling Even Bil aUho he dont perfcss tu be liaz jined a kalvery ami think that to the a hoss tile As tu Bob lies alwuz bin a grate infantry rcdy tu file and kuss at any But ill tell konfidont Mister I bunt jined no and whats more 1 haiut a gwine I haint furgotion them hard marches over the snow in Virgin nor them eighpress mus keeters and sand flies in the low coun I lively recollection of them Yankec and I shall not cease to remember tho man months devoted tu the enjoyment ov heMi an hi pparits in that gem of Yankey Fojfc Dela That smile assures thai that That one swcetst of That tells me thou canst bravely brook My fate and share my fail That thou canst part with power and Nor feel one sad regret with me to the deserts And be happy happy in spite of with modest boon Mock all ambitions of the Andhlest in living lu in humblest Too glad if stars above sweetly oer the The joys of lowly in luxuriant tfcafcask no more Than mearest show of toil to an ample store Well live my in dearer Together by ties That make our desert loneliness of Better from MISTER like Ive the cacotheseseribendy thats the Jjjvtin fur makin a fool ov ones Sv fur ever since I rit tu yu wantin tu rite Tube sutetheis sum excuse fur fur its v jjrather tu a unedykated oiler me tu be allowedtu get intu when so menny smart men tride the same thing and you remember when I rit tu yu lexpeckted before this tu in ky but Bob Smith reminded me we hed bin livin under an Afrykan ever since the an it nouse That wasnt awl but if I wuz tu tell yu the say that it wuz and it in your Bob Smith gets to talkin1 the guvunment he uses a heap uv that oiriit in the nor in Websters big labyyu dont rekolect Bub Jest few whats 47th Ridgciuent who wuz the clearest the best and the could kussihe hardest of all and the ywnanumus re ply wVuld Bob Smith Were awl of course I mean That aint in Bills aint skeerry worth a cent 5 skeered in his and I no jjfcee that he ever will cither in this or the next j for Polly Ann that he wasnt skccrcd when SbVrrnans raidciV were at his and she sez that any body whatf ouldn t be aferd ov 11 hia Tinsts and Every who had pleasure of sojourning will ex pcrience a heartthrob jest atthe mention ov the so its need less to say much but I can say this much itobody need interduce the smallpox agin fur my benifit fur if I havnt a receipt nobody When I kum Polly Ann declared that my oldest creditor wouldnt node aind I aint While the war lasted I fit as well as I node but when it wuz over I made a vow to ever a maa of and Im gwine tu kef e that Its true I make it a pint ov duty to pervide Polly Ann witfi weapons ov with which tu sustain the family gnv j An Kditors Opinion of Base An relating says that the doctor informed him that ho needed and he recommend ed the national The advice was the conclusions are as follows That was a eventful ihap who first invented base Its Ive played five games and this Is the result Twentyseven dollars paid out for One butged One broken little One on the Nineteen One sore One thumb Three sprained One dislocated trying to throw the bull a thousand Two hands from trying to stop hot A lump size of hornets nest on left well A nose five uni spoiled from rolling in the dust at I have played two and dont think I like the Iffe looked over the scorers hook and that I have broken several made one tally broken one umpires jaw broken tea win dows in adjoining killed a smashed a kerosene the leg of a mortalU injured the bread basket of a five other players out of timfr by slinging my y I have used up fifteen bottles of arni ca five bottles of and half a raw beef and am cf pain that it seems as if brok en bats and my legs thejp which she wears out upon my Altho a peaseable I think I or to kontribit that much the eddykashion and trailing ov my bays 5 so every week I gather fresh Iura great belcever in what folks call suasion f but Polly Ann ad heurs to the good old advanced by nd she FCZ tTiars more suasion in a good bresh broom than anything elsj j and that she lias proved the lod of korreckshun tu be a con vvincin I dont no whether ule hear from agm or tho Ive had no oppo sisKion yet in ritia tu but Polly Ann is so oposed tu theze strongmind female who rite tu the f and sez no bizziness thai Im aferd that if I rite too often shellgit tuithinkin that Ihev no tal leni far business Yours OBABIER Smith kum in jest now fc ay She Lives there a man with nose so thai never to himself hath Ill pay before I go to the debt I owe the printer there are some I know full but they I fear will go the place where theres no Youer your reasons or youd not argue such a whim een the devil would not accept him who fails to pay the Topeto Quite as cool as snow in tis to die indebted to the printer our brother heads are mean a souls sure to see the State Unless perchance he should in his last hour an order all back dues to make him then surely he would go to Republi Were ilad now the moans are found to bring the back subscribsrs so when youve run your course of pay then at hst your full no arrears to have to is better we think and Charles There are good yet we know tis That get behind a year or And sometimes sickness aad it may be They owe the printer not one year but Amd thus his debt goes on from more to Until he finds that yeais Lave grown to honest farmer if Im alive Ill paythe else I cannot My orn will ray wheat will smut In spite of all I My wagon stick fast in the an d eed that Bill wife told his out When 1 meet all his hosts and awl Polly Ann better nut tell you wife that her sisterinlaws husband sed that sumbodyeeed it in the papers that Uncle Sara hed ordered a lot ov trups tu be stash uncd all about down south feu kepe Hurray fur Sam an all the rest ov my uncles ifthale send suinbody else tu du the an Ill stay at home with 13ob Smith sez uthem adjoe tive Yankys are jest sent here tu forse that swivel rites bill j btftthey can swivel as fur its Im an IM1 pick cotton with iboys fur the rest ov my days without a I feel so pert now maby Iil Tite in better Five franco pieces have appeared in having on one the head of the Prince who in the is styled Napolean The leportthat Kellrgg intends to prosecute the leaders in the late voetion in is discredited in Washington official A Valuable Recipe The Journal of Chemistry publishes a recipe for the destruction of If it be one half as efficatious as Sit is claimed to will prove invaluable Hot alum water is a recentsuggestion as an It black and red chintz and all the crawling pests wjiich infest our Take two pounds of alum and dissolve it in three wr four quarts of water let it stand on the fire till thealum disap pears then apply it with a while boiling to every and crevice in your pan tryshelves and the Brush the crevices in the floor of the or if you suspect that they harbor If in whitewashing a plenty of alum is added to the it will also serve to keep insects at a Cockroaches will flee the the paint which has been washed in cool alum Shugar barrels and buxos can be freed from ants by draw ing a chalk mark just around the edge oAhe top of The mark must be or they will creep over it but a 5oatinuous chalk line mark half inch in width will set their depredations at alum ov boras keep the chintz bugs at a respectful and travelers should always carry a package in their to scatter over and under tlioir pillows in places where they have reason to sus pect the presence of such Newspaper advertising the most and villigent of salesmen j ad dressing thousands each always in the advertisers and ceaselessly at work seeking customers from all Newspaper advertising is now recog nized by business having faith in their own as the most effective mvans for securing for goods a wide recognition of their Mention has been made in the San FraniscoChronicle of the appointment if young Jimmy of o a cadetfihip in the Naval Sehooll Some interesting facts have leaked but ioncprnipg the yousg mans career which go to show that the sctuinentlyawise Young Grien ns school record has been An admiring young classmate writes a ong letter to the Chronicle concerning in he says To show the enormous task the boy has been per xiraiing at the University it may be ntcresting to state that long as there was grading offered the boys to do round the at the first hours in the was over from about seven miles with his sleeves rolled up and with pick or shovel in trying to earn his cents an hour alorigside of the brawny But the most remark able part was that when the bell tapped for recitation in mathematics he was promptly in his place with a perfect re It is considered remarkable student can get through a term per lect in either recitation or and but one or two ia a class of sixty or seventy ever do this but Glennoti gen erally came off perfect in and when the whole section failed on difficult our hero would step to the board and solve it in a after James would be with cheerful lace and ready jokes at his wheel Stay on the An isfluential agricultural paper the following capital advice to the thous ands of young men who grow tired of the farmers and seek to replace it with what they wrongly conceive to the easier and often more honorable life ota city The cities and villa ges are already and every kind of business languishes more than the of the In the ciiics the labor market is and one can get any desired number of hands fur any Clerks from the cuuntry have usually to serve two or three years before tley can got living The city throngs with unemployed men and waiting for Something to turn Those who find employment have no security for perma Mocanics lose their places and have to He idle for weeks and months All the products of skill aid are relatively cheaper than ro and The great material sant of the nation cheaper grain and We have mechanics and middlemen but far too few best cultivated State abounds in uncul tivated Even in the vicinity of our large towas and cities cheap lands and splendid chances for enter prising young men to win homes and Onee settled on his own the farmer has pation before Nowhere is unsciU ed kborso sure of will industry so surely win a happy home and In the cduntry one never need to lack for and labor briygs there the necessaries aad comforts of Some time since a complete encyclo pedia of useful knowledge ia human form became an inmate of a When this learaed guests among them he was consulted as an oracle in many and was asked one morning Would he tell or show them a better way to cook the steak breakfast He took the longliandled frying pan from its uid putting It on the heated it quite In this he put the pieces of previously but to their did not put a particle of butter in the frying and did salt his He al lowed the steak merely to graze and then turued it quickly to the other turning it several times in this manner uitil it was Four minutes were not employed on the but a jucier piece orsteak was never U when laid barrow or wielding his imple ments among the grading whom he always kept in jolly humor by his ready A boy capible of doing all this is bound to succeed in Chicago trots out a man who has lived ten years with the same This is only another that te the best of rules a to prove are but we are not informed as to whether the wife has lived the same of time with che same husb on tne and was buttered aid and set a raor ment in th hot Allowing the steak to heat but a aumcnt on each side heaped it to retain all its sweet and putting on the salt the last moment after it was on the platter drew out its There are two kinds of girls one is the kind that appears best the girls that are good for ridesj whose chief delight is in all such The other is the kind that appears best at the that are useful and cheerful in the dining the sick and all the precincts of They differ in One is frequently a torment at home the other isa sun inspiring lite and gladness ail along the Now it does not necessarily follow that there shall be two classes of The right modification would modify them booh a and unite their characters in The of Wales has accepted the Grand of the Order of rce
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