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Aiken Courier Journal (Newspaper) - November 7, 1874, Aiken, South Carolina VOLUME 1NUMBER 1 NOVEMBER 1874 IN ADVANCE BOTH A man in wjia riding A paiiydrtssttl by side In satin and laces like the And be like a king in hie A woodsawyer stood en the street they passed The carraige nnd couple he And na he worked with hin saw GC a I wiah I was rich and could The mnn in the carraige remarked One thing I would if I could Id give all my wealth ior ilie a tbe OtLhe whs ie sawing A prvtly young maid of Whose lace the morniDg was Went tripping along Aviihajtiuito of WhiTQ u looked on Arwwcd in npperol aaid ia a wish trgm my i heart 1 Htttkrt The lady aookvLcut on ths maid with her Boifair in bor cuiieo iIM relinquish nnd Her beamy ana youth to Tbud it iai n Our minds and our lime we employ longing and sighing for what we have Saturday last on itinerant peddler the house of near this and proceeded play his wares to Mrs her assertions that she did not ito buy Tolin was confined to his and had soconfined ifor ojiany being so crippled with rheumatism that it had hccn long im sptWible for him to leave Jus unless from it After his and Tolin notbuying tbe peddler commenced u iu the course of which he learned the helpless condition of Fi nally he made an insulting proposal to ond she indignantly ordered him to leave the he approached her and seiacd hoW of her with an that she was in his as husband was as good as being A delicate ran scrcnoiTnp into anotiec The peddter followed before she could escape by the caught her A desperate straggle between and Tolin wofi thrown violently to the floor by the powerful Tolin had been the time a witness of the JyiiTE powerless in his At the suuiiuof his wiie tolling on tbe und her frantic bhrieks for aid he secniod to be endowed with SUPERNATURAL Urder the influence of that power be sprang from the bed he had been un able tu leave for Seizing a heavy that stood noar the be rush ed into the room where the struggle was going Tolin hud succeeded iii regaining her but thu had grasped her around the ant was endeavoring again to threw As Tolin entered the the singular spectacle ot A bedridden cripple hartrmii to the defense of his wife seemed to paralyse tbe mil ho stood staring as if in a trance at the approach of the Tolin nerved by unnatural brough the crutch down over the bead of the and felled him like an ox to The next instant the excite ment and superhuman effort that had supported the husband left himWith a that told of theintense ugony of the he ciaspted his hand to his and dropped to the floor INSTANTLY Tolin succeeded in getting the iody of her buck in the and then started for She obliged to go over a bufure she was able to obtain When she returned with sever 1 neighbors the peddler was He had recovered consciousness and leaving his pack in the When tho news of the attempted outrage and the tragic death Tolin spread throughout the the must inteuse excites meiit Sounds of men started in every ueardiing Jor the but aa yet lie has not been In the present if he falls into tho hands of the ho will bo ivnchtd there not tho LIABILITIES OF The Decision to Pittsburg Leader The cose of libel in which the Pitts bar Ltadcr was and was concluded in the n Plcua court this occupying Attention of the for The plain tiff was arrested on a charge of fnJse A hearing before the was The er the item us taken the police and for itHiw claiming no cftd of Judge in hid charge to the said 5 i4If the report was a j air end correct one of the it a perfect It was a jjfibHo and public papers hud a right to provided they do it fairly and The word in its did not have the attached to it that is understood by the it only meant that the defendants JUgfat not to have donewhat they did The plaintiff claimed that there HM aa expressed that he vus entitled to special 4amoiesI but the afflurt said that there was not a particle of evidence to sustain The defendants declinedto make A tetrac but offeredto ftllowifche plaintiff the use of the columns paper for anything ho might say bat it the judge plarntiff re plied that that he wanted In fcis closing jc marLe to the the judge said ihat newspapers a tecnble hut that peopia nmsfc remeiuiber that wJthout them we would be a miser able newspapers do more tihan their they ought to be upheld instead of The jury found a verdict of six aad left the plnintiff to pay tthe costo of suitvhich amount tn sevoral hundred Newspaper men exult exceed ingly over this veryjwst Chi cago and Mention was made in ihe San ciaco Chroniclft of the appointment by Congressmai Page of young Jimmy of to a cadetahip in the naval His mother is a laundress in and acme interesting faels eked out concerning iheyoung makecaroer which go te show that tho appoiaftment ia em iocutly a wise Glennona school report has beaa wonderfulAn admiring young writes a leng letter to the Ciirouicle concerning in which he says show the enormous task the boy hits been performing at tho it may fee interesting to state so long astfiere was grading offered the boys to do around the Glen at the first hours in the was over from seven miles with sieves rolled up and with pick add shovel in trying to earo his twenty cents an hour alongside the b awny laborers but the remark nblc part was that when the bell tapped fcjr recitation in mathematics he was promptly in hits place with a perfect rec It is considered remarkable if a student can get through a term perfect in either recitation cr and but one or two in a class of sixty or seventy ever do this but Glennon gen erally came off in and often when the whole section hud failed on u difficult our hero would walk to the board and wnlve it in a after James wouldbe found with chsorful face and ready jokes at trundling his wheelbarrow or wielding his IOxucIy among the grading whom he al ways kept in a humor by his ready A boy capable of doing all this is bound to succeed in An Irish gentleman letter to his son in reads as My dear write to send you two pairs of my old that you may have a new coat made out of Also some HGW socks that your mother just knit bv cutting down some of Your toother sends YOU tea dollars without niy and fer feur you would not spend it I have kept back half and only send you Your mother and I arc well except your sister haa got the which we think would spread among the other girle if Tom had not had it and the only one I bopc you will do honor to your If not you are an and your mother and ojyself your affectionate An lowu Ctiun who attended a party was smitten with the of a fair damsel who wow a her and thus pushed about it Above her nose There ia a rose Below that rose There is a nose Sweet Dear Jtcloiv her chin There is a fin Above thaWpin There is a Sweet chinf Dear Whereupon a rival editor apos tropbkttfl the Iowa chap 4 Above the stool There is a fool Below the fool I here is a Old DauiphooL Below his seat There ore two feet Above theeo feet There is a Soft Big Kotonion ID Modern Sometimes o does not Two vouieu came beforealderman DobbSj in our village sfce other to settle a dispute aboat a IVfurphy Claimed the boy as while Dattluu insisted tfeut ift was As the aldei man not obtain any evidence bearing upon the it occurred to him to try ike plan once used in a etuitar case by He aent out to the and got a carv ing and then placing the boy OP the he he sharpened his knife m hw a going to cat this yer youngster w and let Murphy take the while Doolangies home with the It was a clever but it Murphy stepped up to and doubling wp a fist that looked like an underdone log of ehe shook it close to his nose and Ef oiIl Uwrther ye with uiyown handand Doolan seiwd him by the threw him to the ground and while she brandished the knife over his prostrate Gimme the Be me oive a wind to kill ye and ate Then Squire iJobbw adjourned the acd while Doolun retired with the he went out to hunt up a bible in order to ascertain if there was not something about Solo mons proceedings that he didnt under in Danbury Took Him The Delaware says Max runs rignt through Peabodys just below our and close to the track there is u kind of a mud Into this one of Peabodys tho other and defied every effort that could bo made to get him While Peabody was working at the u freight train ran in upon tho Hiding and stopped to shift some empty The engineer noticed Peabodys trouble and finally offered to pull the horse out with the if Pea body give him five Pea body gladly nnd the engineer jjot down for the purpose of factoring a rope under the horeeH as ho had completed this the a got with the btartm tho engine suddenly gave and began tu move In less than a minute that iron Ktaed was proeeedindown the Delaware pcmnsuJn at the rate of a a Wlth Peabodys horse dashing up against the swiehmg through buttinf against cross ties and dancing and frolicking and jumping Hbom n the mostextraordinacv When tho engine was stopped twenty three miles by leaping the track and rolling over into a there nothing oii the rope but four ribs and a piece of the and tiiebe Pea body concluded to drive Ibe engineer says all he promised to do was to get the horse and he got it But Peubody eoiuehow dont appear to be ALL A Hop The earliest participants in the fall and Dental science is called Tooth car pentry us a fine Speaking of the nations Ai tern us wus one of Tiebetter to have loved nnd never to have had a if you will get off p corn long en Ill kick A Sunday School teacher recently told clusa that Jcreniah was tbe first prince af Tke hftir of a lady in tarneil white in a singU Tbe genius who is to invent a practi cal siibetitute for work has not yet beeo been The editor of the Cape Ann Adver tiser chut a clean ahirt ii one of giftu tu you were a very good little I couldnt help being I yot A Viff A Danbury little darkey refused to go to church kuse he didnt want to look lhar lika huckleberry in a pan of Too Old Far Kissesv of a poem in tho Salt Lake sentiment is uttered in land of Smirk says he haa been mar riedsizteen and all tae hiu had to live OD baa been In T for Coopress named Plewant Yell If he Will probably beBrd from iu If man to find out what is la let him go to Tbe fiit rough wAter will generally enable him to i B certain o The latest feature of the chromogift business comes from They have a ehuaeh there that givee chromo to every new Whep a man dies and learea a nice young widow with plenty of and you see her walking out with the execu tor on Sunday change is im i Henry Godnose Bailey is the name of a boy in If wa were your Oodnose wed knock your middle name out of Miapiasippi is singularly blessed in some A traveller there says tkat some of the land io that State isso poor that a disturbance couldut be rais ed on OT A Boston auctioneer hue in hie pos session an lunbrella suventj two yeurs It was built in Poeia aw requested to limit their contributions to three The Atlanta News chants iThc molancholly days have Theaaddestof tlieyear Its most to warm for a little too cool for Alabamians arc very prompt in pay ing bete which have been lost on horee but when it comes to settling for pew rent they get mad if they are pash 0 Sunday night a policeman on Barker passing u certain house abmit 10 saw a mun drop from a window and heard smothered cries He seized man for a but soon found tliat he had the owner of the house in his Baid the officer uit looked suspicious to see you drop out eta window that replied the heaving a when ihe old lady her dander up I particular about what road I take to get out of the The New Bruniwick Times relates the following 9 myriads of sparrows that nestle in the ivy which clingB to and almost coveis tUe wall of Ohrbt ocoa sionally display a surprising auionut of intelligence iu their little acts of kiod nesa for each This was beauti fully illustrated the other about tjn From a tree located oppo site in Church a suk nr crippled spat row tell to tbe and flaured about the sidewalk ID vain to retrain a pltice of il of its littlr cuiijpanions around and see iced greatly concern and by their incoasant chirping at tracted a swarm of the little covtrt from the church Effortu then made by several to lift he birg by catch in t its wiugi in their but t5eouied to he a difficulty iu getting started and the effort was and then the chattering in creused there was gen eral scolding going several of fchti birJtt flaw one sfcorp ly returned with a twig about four inches long aud au eighth of an inch TbU was dropped before the aick and at each and was pioked up by a and held up BO that the sick bird enabled to catch the cen tre of the twig in its with the aid of the other two it flew over the into and frosa totubutoae tu uutill tha church was wneo they disap peared in the Tbe affair wax look upon with surprise by several Twenty Impolite Loud and boisterous Reading when others ire Reading aloud in company without being Talking whea oiben ftie Spitting abuot smoking Cutting findernails in Leaving ehurck before worship is E Whispflriog cor laughing in honae of Guiziof rudely at Leaving fiirangcr without A wtntof respect and rererenca for OorrcfUng older persooe thaa especially your Receiving a present without an expression of Makiag jourefilt hero of your own Laughing at the mistakes of oth Joking others in Commencing bilking before ere have finished Answering questions that have been put to Commencing to eat as soon as you get to the Ifot listening to what one is ing in The Londtjn Art Journal is responsi ble for the folio wing story A somewhat curious circumstance occurred which is strangely illustrative of modern A nobleman passing through a West End street saw a tine but very dilapidated picture in a brokers Ho purchased and inquired the paint ers but was unable to discover more than the Confident that the A seaside view with rocky he anr tous to discover the In vaia ha tried all the picture They knew the style and the but were un acquainted with the They were confident that the painter watt but they knew nothing of his home or The piqued at being no determined to find the paint and at in applied to the foreign Pollaky knew nothing about trt or but he undertook to find the And find him he after ionic in the uiidat of the direst poverty in a little court The discovery the artist WAB the turning point in for tunes The noblcuan employed and at thin moment there is a picture of in the Academy marked Green Pond situated in the upper portion nf Laurens ho been and will be dedicated on the second Sunday jil Weber will preach the
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