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Aiken Journal (Newspaper) - August 29, 1874, Aiken, South Carolina volume 4—number rn West- My Dorothy, The hours shall rise ; Old tears shall be prophetic of the true, AMI clouds of white shall float bestab the blue : And your brown eyes Shall open on me for our long lore's Bake, And under your sweet gate I shall awake. There was Hubbai to the door, unloaded and said if he leant* would do all kinds o a thing of joy forev more we shouldn’t fail atter a we cheerfully “ Thief i out it for twice its in my house half c A-IKElSr, S. C., AUGUST 29. 1874. '    I,,     1.....-in-i wage- n IP®WmmmR n« tile First. Ddad Baya. I cannot let lost life with lost years go— I must look back to what I used to know, And, looking, weep ; I must remember that my double life Of happiness is now a single strife, And that you sleep AU through the longest days of summer glow, And through the longest nights of winter snow. .marat]and he asked to look at it. He jhadn’t fairly got his eyes on the “ThunI Love played with us in childhood, and it came Along with us in after days With joy and rest; Tho pleasant months grew years, And changing pleasures chided into fears From our sweet nest: I must remember that my whole life grew In fearer, purer ways, because of you. der & Biases” before he cemmtnoed to laugh. “Ho! ho! ho!” he shouted as he dropped on a chair; “it will kill me, did yon ever ? oh I oh! oh!” I sternly asked the cense of his hilar- Oh, be A Aa Int to discover , the fame of a friend, Arith of a lover, may prove true to the end. Engaged for every eeUr*SpK % A table of iofaree>r i*he diaaeHeMfc- iwwlSi® We non And sarcastic title of . a I "'I ; ,-y^ ' I cannot help my heart, my tears milt flow, And though the sun is on me, I must know A day that died; The frightened clock ran down—oh, bitter spiteI From twelve at noon till twelve o’olock at night, And fever-eyed, I live in body, but my heart is dead, upon a spider's thread. the days shall dawn again, come because of pain— hours shall rise; be oronhetio of the true. HaAiae He drove up a sewing matriline a machine that of work, ran easily, abraid, and forty days to buy the “Lights ■bought it, and when sa, ne wanted a certificate I, wrote one: to certify that I have hac a 1 Lightning Slinger9 in my house for some time past and I wouldn’t be with-cost. It hadn’t been How |sigh may awaken [most false and uddue; ir belief may be shaken Ithat are honest and true. -' “Letting definition for Don’t go to Jaw | thing to lose; feftyarzr on fools’ heads. light smile of gladness Is work by th^friends that we meet, To,covera#ottl full of sadness, ^ Too pron to acknowledge defeat. often Jim sigh of dejection How oftest^ Is heanl^oBi the hypocrite’s breast, To parody truth and affection, Or lull egttspieiou to rest. “Another hole in a fond mother to her feiifepBBBI cWhat a dreadful otf-knee-ey fcfaWj are!” v&$ Si,I, How often the friends we hold dearest, Their noblest emotions conceal; And    •thepurest, sincerest, Have secrets they cannot reveal. *gaw«t Mr: Beeehovjetb* first aaa to ogteAehtome *e J era.    H-c-i know one another, error we fell; ity, Md ke replied that Kilroy had I    %dUf    our brother, swindled us, taken us in-cheated us I Or sp^uot about Mm at all. stone blind. The “ Thunder & Blazes” wasn’t worth anything, he said—was an old machine invented by a blind man and made by afoot My wife began f» we*p-“ But,” said Mr. McManus, “ that wets his maline, the ‘Chained Earthquake.’ It were the machine, arid all other machines were base imitations* We might try it, and if we don’t like it he would out his throat with a briek saw. We tried it, and when became with his certificate, I signed it: “This is to certify that your sewing machine has saved me IO per cent. in fuel and 20 per cent. in hay and corn since we purchased it. I licked an alderman, pulled a school master’s nose, and kicked a member of the Legislature I Leave base ighids to harbor suspicions the second day after we got the machine. I And small mu* to trace our defects ; We hadn’t owned it a week when I found where I could get trusted for meat aud wood, and found a Mur shed unlocked. It will sew anything from a leg of mutton to a New Hampshire mountain. There Jiasn’t been a cloudy day 8inee the machine first started, and the moon now rises two hours earlier and lasts all night. No one should he without it.”    ___ V. He took the certificate with a fcrium- J Harvey Newell/of Freehold, has been I duoe ourbusinesstoa pliant smile, and--    J    paying rffention,. for some months past, I w«d tad potatoes-tirfi Boti must leave off here. Farn%] to an American lady of Irish decent. I tioi® worth has just called with the “ Five I living abo^t a mffe and a half out of p Jowled Duplex High Low ” machine— I    town. AJ^^fentweU    until    aa    i the only leading machine in market—    youth    tVilliam    Sanders a and he fotcgfa^    TO    ■nil'Marnftdirijo swindled T>y McManus.    | in his addresses that the jealous Newell USS rn V s wum Let ours fro jk aohle ambition, For UoeuffMIHII the mind that suspects. We hone of ue know one another,    | Andf oft into error we fell; £ . ’'    V Then let us speak well of a brother; Or    about    him    at    aft. A Bizel Nut in Bead Earnest. . j a-;-.. Jr-    y    , A lady barbar hag bewa jbjjjj Dabaqno b» the! bind with J Wtm. Itiie baginttiag er«Mtf«er » Vffl fcM&a mmmm The Medoes mud Their Home. 1^11* fired a pistol at him, one evening whew jwhole ferfily. he was 'found trespassing on ASSISI ground, the result being that Satodacs came home through the cornfields at a I the mm a day before my son number, all told, ane hundred and forty. recovered from the whooping-cough, and eight. Of these less than fifty are men, «ny wife found alen dollar billon the I all that remain of the little band that sidewalk. I think it is the best machine for so long a time kept six times their ever made, I can’t bear to go to bed and number at bay in the lava beds of Ore- leave it.”    goo last year. The chief of the tribe He said he w*s ever so many times is now Bogus Charley, whose oame will obliged, and he hadn’t got oat of sight t>e remembered in connection with the before Kilroy drove up with the “Thun-1 war. Among other participants in that der & Blazes” machines. He began to campaign whom. the correspondent saw sew at the other machine; said we had and with whom he shook hands where been terribly humbugged and that his the “ old familiar ” Shack Nasty Jim, machine was the only first-olass machine I Hooker Jim and Scar-Faeed Charley. in the market.    The    tribe live in teats, apparently pre- My wife began to cry, and he soothed furring the open plain to the shelter of her by offering to trade his machine— I the woods. They are resigned to their which he could sell for iron—and thirty I fate, and while many* of them speak dollars to boot. We made the trade. English, the others are endeavoring to He said the “Thunder & Blazes” woald I learn ths language, so as to be able to make any kind of a stitch, se* any kind communicate with their white neigh. of fabric and out run anything but a bors. The correspondent found them locomotive. He came round the next all comfortably dressed and adapting week with a certificate all written out, themselves, as far as was possible in and I signed it:    their    situation, to the ways of civilized “ This is to certify that I have gained life* Major Jones, who is in charge of ten pounds of flesh per day since pur- I t^ie j Hveswith his family among ,    .    *.    /,    t    r    .«    the Modocs. The government provides chasing year machine, am) that my wife ^ for their subsistence, but clothing «1« MBF Alt MAW I • I* ___•    -1.    _ X J I    rn    .1    I    • espondent recently visited the ®ore raPid ”»® thw he ever shawed I ‘‘Loweti-Satotday. I before. When he learned who fire&tbe    oiriy ond '• •J’l-f ‘A-\    "^:shot, he sent a peremptory challenge to | and a Newell to mortal combat, which was{£’' 1%v promptly accepted, and the pelimina-1 “I’d hate to be in yoursbqas,” SAM * A corr survivors of the Modoc tribe of Indians at their home in the Indian reservation in southern Kansas. The Modocs now ries for the hostile meeting were speed- J Terre Haute woman, aa she was quarrel- n^neighW^>iTQi( eonku’t gdt in them,” sarcastiealfyremarkqii the neighbor.! ily arranged. Mr. E. L. Cowart acted - r , V ’ * '. as the second of Newell, and Robert F.| Stockton for Sanders. The hour! - [nine o’clock last Thursday [the place the ground of the Freehold I1 |ball club. Promptly at the hour I consumption, begged the dgetok I mnoipals and seconds were on hand, I her something that would keep| some half a hundred spectators. Mr. [ until the verdict of IheH^H Stockton measured off fifteen paces with mittce was published. the coolness of old Commodore Stockton J _ oh hadn’t run it half an hour when her uncle died and left#her two hundred thousand dollars. Not one of the chil, dren has had a cold since the day the “Thunder & Blaises” oame through the gate. It plays easily, the strings are not liable to snap, the stops are easy to manage and it is the only machine in the world that can be operated by a red headed woman with a cork leg, I eau stay out until eleven o’clock at hight now and my wife hasn’t a word to say. Farmer1*’ ***“ 'bur rolling-pins, each, per week ” came. I told him heat machine in the > wanted to stay. is furnished them by the Quakers and! other charitable persons. The corres-l pondent visited the widow and sister of Capt. Jack. The former, Lizzie, re-1 ceived him seated on her throne of skins! and sticks, and the latter, Mary, a neatly! dressed and pleasant-looking woman,! stood by. She looked at the visiting iparty, shook banda with them, and then sadly covered hor face with her hands] Sinoe the removal of the Modocs to their) inew home nine of the number have died, jjand four have been horn, They express no desire to go back to their] old lands around Lake Tula and Lost River, and say that they fought because! they loved their hon ting grounds and ■the graves af t*f4tVfi»thcirs, and there -- »Q—'-f§ ^^ilwrakee wow», £tr- gps^^ himself, and then stepping back, oalled I It was “darling Q weorge” when, a lout in a clear, ringing voice, “One—two bridal eouple left Omaha ; it was “dear —three.” The last word wag scarcely George” at Chicago ; st Detroit uttered when the two pistols fired simul- j “George and when th^ rCtmhed jl^l taneonsly, and Sanders fell. Bis second agars Falls it waf “Sty, you ran to tore open    and called out, “Run for a surgeon, quick !” JThe I A California paper vChrcNtiiiries^m terrified Newell threw down his pistol fact that a defeulting eounfy tresses and ran—bat not for a physician. Down from that State has “turned up” in^H the embankment he leaped, end made of the Fiji Islands, where he basa^^s his way home, where he remained until tation and a flock of native wiVes.^^B the next day, when to his inexpressible relief he learned that his antagonist, Sanders, was not dead, and in fact was not hurt at all. The truth of it was, the seconds A new game called “granger up” is announced. Three IHI O' 0V .    ‘    ’    '    \    jfor    aeon    of oysters. The >;Oj tile oysters, the.last m-vV':| ticulaj^gr^^oa^thepistolfi^nftM    ,, Or blank cartridges^ letting Sanders into the secret, whose sudden fall was arranged beforehand. The whole thing, although a dead earned affair to one, was the hugest kind of a joke to all else, and has created more amufiemeiit in] Freehold than anything of the triad that has occurred for years.—-AT. Y: World. I and picked up, The bronze palmetto monument toJ the Palmetto Regiment paired, and willxoon occupy opposite the Nmrth froht capitol.    * This ishowith^eim^^ era Missouri HefottmtmfOr It    tot’othrf Apiii^teee.MdM r WilWh^w hUohril ■    '    'Sx/-, letter sa HBM fem fo arf 7$niB^o|^ ted! am mMm/wy: Ibm* «w It tho hdgbt < from wile Tie h»ckmeogotop pm: ;