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Aiken Journal (Newspaper) - October 28, 1874, Aiken, South Carolina VOLUME October OFFICE GERAL JOHN IF Over of Insurance Applied for 3 uthorized o o T Paid Assets i Dividends to Per Cent Officers General HOLL Finance A Supervisor Gi Insures Lives and pays sses Its principal business IB with South und to them it appeals It hat ample means iio protect policyholders pay all o DIRECTORS AND STOCKHO ERS General JOHN Banker AustelL President National Georgia Colonel Presidont fc General Wade Robert General General Johnson Colonel Jflhn General John J Rodgers C John YanoeV Hamilton Georgia trwuraoce Robert Athens D Director Georgia ExGovernor General Georgia Thomas Poeples Stewavt Georgia L Samuel C General Augustus Fluddj S Samuel BanrwelL Joseph Judge Samuel We refer to any of the above Stockholders arid Directors to or Geneiul General North General North President Raleigh National Norti Vajohi Colonel North Colon2 Murdock North General South Jobu South Ilevschell Johnson Georgia Charles North Carolt General Jamos George Williams o ThiiiU of On the train the day were a confiding old a very in nocent old Thejfinad passed away five sixths of their lives hidden behind the hills of and were going to western Michigan on a visit to After a lyttle skirmishing he old gentle agin pitched into me about the and when I found how I gave him all the I All at as he rode wife caught his arm and Look youll be for gettingthat place whpre they The old man He said that a young man that from Can ada with told iiim to out for the battlefield of Biaddocks defeat as soon its he left I was going to replythat the roung was an infernal the old lady seened to have her heart on seeing the and tfce old man was so thut I bear to disap point got down into the woods I pointed ynd they put their out of the dow took in the Think of exclaimed old as he drew iojiis head think of them Injuns creeping through them woods and down dead X My soul replied the old seemingly overcome atithe and she kept her eyes on the Broods until I Her nock fcfor about five banwan ted to pretty near gave ft jerk and bejran old on their way to the thsspot Isaid i less than a minute that as VQ came to a dark piece of Think of Banner he his of proceeding down the at the rate of a Peabodya horse against the swishing1 head out the window think them babies being found in there it was fearful I she replied butting against the seems as if I could almost flee them i and dancing and frolicking and stubbing about in there now j about in tho mostextraordinarymaii There wns another historic spot of j When the engine was stopped which the youjpg man had told three miles by leaping the but they had forgotten and I was never more They kept quiet until yelled out Lan and then the old ipan bobbed UD and exclaimed where they hung To it He explained that Tom a Chicago desperado had nmrdered eleven and rolling over into a tkere wai xothing on the rope but four ribs aady piece of the backbone and these Pea4 body conoluded not to drive SJiw engineer says all he promised to do was heres j to get the horse and he got it aint But Peubody somehow dont appear to be thought she would We got along all miles and know if we werent tho spot where the same young man had informed him that the railroad ran to the spot where the Indian warrier fell and Itll be a powerful favor to me an Samuel if yell point out the urged the old placing her hand on my How could I go back on what that brazen young man had said The old folks had made up their minds to see the and if I it to them they miiiht worry for and they had or m the historic Lor fonnve me old women and drank their blood for his liver and after beiog hunted for miles and had at length been captured at cut to pieces by the infuriated and then left hanging to a I had to point out the It was a tree near the aod the tail of a kite had lodged in its Theres they hung Han ner said tha old stretching his And theres some of hiu shirt left yet exclaimed the old and as backed out of the car the good old man wasremarking that he wasmnng to ask the train boy if he didnt have thepaui phlefLife of Tom that he could get further Detroit Free Is think the thatl wasnt posted spots of my own LLEN Local C Traveling MILLER Gnral Agn AUGUST 20 LOAVES OF BREAD iE DECUN1 INJiJE of flour has induced me to make a c reduction in the price of In future T will sell TWENTY LOAVES FOR ONE in stead of as heretofore Fani othcra will ploase leave their assured that they BABBITTS Pure Concentrated but a mile farther on I pointed out a hill and said Behold the last resling place of tho Tecumseh of just think of it exclaimed the old man riirht o there is where they got him Mercy but it dont seein possible she and she had to get out her snuff box before she recover from tha The old gentleman said he had a par ticular interest in seeing the be Ciiuse he knew the man that killed Te cumsah used to live right by He must have been an awful broke in the old for the young man said he didnt die till they had cut off his and and and j blowcd the body up with a barrel of powder I wanted to get away after fear Of double he strength of any other i J U HAVE RECENTLY PERFECTED A new method of putiking or am now packing it only in the coating of which will and clow not injure thtf Jt is packed in boxes containing 2twnd 48 and in no other Directions m English and for making and soft 8oap with accompanying encli pack If the question is meant to mean a country abounding in good we must Sidly Nothing aston ishes the stranger more when travelling in the or on first settling than the scarcity of good fruits ani the impression produced by the that the South is not a good country for is confirmed by people and especially by the with a few of will tell him that beyond Hug Chickasaw and ScupperDOng fruits dont do well The few who have understand ingly tried the experiment of raising other and superior know We have shown nsain and o again in these pages and and it in the that the South is one of the best of all fruit and others have done the Will not our readers make up their minds to at a few fruit trees and grape vines this and to take care of them after they shall have been Do you who are Patrons bear in mind as you the injunctions of the ritual of in referanee to planting fruits and flowers Carolinian for W The London Art Journal is ble for the following story A somewhat curious circumstance occurred latclyt which is illustrative of modtfrn A nobleman passing through a West End street saw a fiae hut very dilapidated in a brokers He purchased and inquired the paint ers but was unable to discover more than the Confidqafc that the a seasidtf view with a rocky he was ious to discover the In vain ho tried all the picture Theyl the style and but were acmyiAtetTwith the THey were5 Confident ihat the painter bat they knew nothing of his home or The nobeoiaar 50 determined to find the paint ift applied ft the foreign Folia W fiiKntTtrf He rfflgr some wf the midst of the direst poverty io a court in The discovery of artiHwas the turning point in his The nobleman employed him and at this moment there is a picture of his inthe Academy marked To Tcxsis and The completion of the TEXAS AND PACIFIC RAILROAD enables tto b Routet via Western Atlantic to ofier the only all rail route from Georgia and the Orolinas to all points iu On and after through coachfes leave Atlanta daily for Little Roclf and with out connecting there with through curs for Houston and all points io Think of ONK change of care that somethin worse was 64 to 84 Washington A from courts of different foi but she insisted upon my taking a pinch of and so I kept my We were just beyond when the old man came at me like a with how far is it to the spot where they found the in the Woods f 1 wanted to get out of but how could 1 1 That young had deliber ately Hod to nice old and I hadnt the moral courage to tall em so stnd thus liad to ui ita a H r of awfa to deceive any especially Y oil man and fat and motherly V lf ft J Took Him The Delaware says Max runs right through just below our nnd close to the track there is a kind of a mud Into this one of Peabudys horses i reduced by the opening of this fronj to Pull information be obtained ui application to ALBERT Southeastern Nashville nooga aud Louis 7 f Southeastern Agent or to Gen1 Ticket i 1V t A showman whose notices celled fe a the other and defiea effort thftt could inadc to get every him few fat boys to feed his a caid from a man saying couldnt gpare his bat he Peabndy was working at the a freight train ran in upon the fed motherinlaw honghfc would vr r T it seeaies hard to BCD and stopped to shift some empty woman of The engineer noticed because her husband trouble and finally offered to pull the f a red drees to camp horse out with the if Pea body wwuld give iiim five Pea body gladly and tho engineer got down for the purpose of fastening a rope the horses Just as ho had completed this the a got meddling with the our dog Vont sausages I before not it speaksj no does and the engine suddenly I
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