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   Aiken Courier Journal (Newspaper) - May 6, 1876, Aiken, South Carolina                                K 7 MAY OLD SERIES MAIL ARRANGEMENTS StfpiemUr vAis dafe thfe be as ftttoWs week from ttu to 1 30 atti from 8 m 8 Hi Tfn m it Mertritts Bridge and tyotfe TA at 1 eclccl and Vypeii 6Vclock PJ nr COURT WEEK OUNTY WtfftK WITH Two The on Taesday last fbtmd i true bill ajrUinst Senry 6f on an indictment for appropriation of trtat furids in his Lee and ed in kis behalf to procure of his crsCj on the that his regular would hardly bo able to reach tlris The Judge at to Tase Majofr fiary in he supped tlw fcc would represented if it Vria ncsefsnry to advW Irtm that his was could be done in thirty The motion Vts SnaMy and aerial wfll prob ablybehfcd xn when Aldricfe Will in is composed of three hite and nine Negroes In nny other country South would bfe conpikY ed an anonialott4 tihoe the powerRofdnAnftsshaVe tsakeft possession of the jury there ifi little chance of a man being tried by his or Betting justice at any Tht particulars of the murder are JfolltfwRt Abtfut eight yfears When X ctfctent of the yrtrftoi feobeH McKvoy son gardoer it the factoryv irttfc employed as errand In the course of time it waa found there was really no ne for such rttro tlte lion fcnS ij fraudulent practicing upon the gury AUecB commenced on Thursday State beinir repre assisted by Yotimans and motion to quash the Itfdictnrefct iSe by on strongest whreh under the for punishment no indictmetti upon single bor of the board could stand aod thn technically the indictment isras not good n account of uncertainty nn3 hrdefi iuirinsTs argument wateable and numerous authorities nnd he strongly opposed by it made an impression on the md yesterday after due his Hmior Judge Maher thk on the ground of o inutitinituness in the time as fixed by tlie Aa the been effort to con him willfce at tie next of Williarns Jones aui Siro two cnPrprisinj jrentlcuunofthe latter n importation from Edgfficld bvnnjrhr before Trial Justice P for sheep stea were sent up to tluSession A iruu bill WHS i in which 1 They wiil ly on Satur Vnd be sent tn Colum ready to counrnwuce their i tlio State in ftlw ewrly Simmons a mourn bis untimely UJPS t n wliite and was declaring her hopes and her character were thence forth ruined and on leaving the house the scene is said to have keen meet sweet William asked his loving Harriet for fifty cents to remember hei ho was unfeelingly ana when he asked for that was also So William was obligfed ro come away sorrowing an3 cursing Me ingratitude of T5TE CASE is now in and as is con sidering the riaturfc of the offence and eminent social position of Major Grepgj intense interest in ctarcomnmni With the present manner of selecting juries and coriductirig rials in South Caroling it is uncertain hoV the case will Nothwithstanding the parties concerned ure all the jury ately tfpon liearfng the wjis stand fng not far from nar towly escaped beinj hit by the fell fired McEVovs Gregg Tyas The boy appeared to ovetthw as aft ad8 lto resolve upnn two years to tepn and it etee hoped that he would make a stay tn three On the 20th offcast month the unnfril of theGranitevifle the who is a was Abbirt pfist 1 after ihfe had he hi the store business he wafc approached by Robert whosaidhe wcciild Kketo speak to him before ho left for Gregjr replied that he could to him thon said that etitciriTil and passing rotana or through the iodged Under the skin on therfght piroxhicinga very dangerous Assoon an McEvoy t in rapid quietly to into1 the hall andlnally to the 6regg was taken so completely by the unprovoked Tand that it was for someinomfiiUs before Be drew liis Attwion as he diij ie foftoweri McEvoy and Vftt failed to strike McEvov dwfcerately ball Major said turned and retarntd the the door facing of the ManHfactunhg liad proceeded to he sptftj ttnmedi inr in the wtylifn a few inches of aftet fifing r to the toanagjecl to stop inside the and Hoyce and others reached him in a mo ment Che bad called for Hickman 4 n and rendered tyan every id who livefe in rtbe wds summoned immediately and to AUgflPta to DrtK SLSSV and throiighi agent of the South Carolina requrstinp tbcir as soon as Ttirtnediate orders for the vlvlch was on the of fiethen jumped to a wagon at afrid hurried polt hasto whoai found add to the SouthGwoliiia Canvjfeell then the proceeded to locomotive nttnohed YlT and went frtfownally ffr Doughty just asliha warstfbont start Hugrfr received n second telegram Stafcirrg tfhrffc Slajnr GrecrG would arrive in rit 4 OO on the special train of the Odlumbia end Augusta Srid himto request Tiitft dismissed by money from ately walked into fee Aiieiftors office and asked Giles McEvoy had been disehifrped cfa account of any ab him in regard to Mc fiteafing money from Mr relied that he had llie efficfe hud been and n carriajro fteaf tfhe in wrvuoderl Aboat half past four oclock the triin roficlifld und who Wisunder the influence cyf administered by was placed on a litter and to his residence dnTelfair After firirir his fourth who is a wo simply becnuse there farther use for an errand Major Greirg and McEvoy retired to tho secretarys cfloflc In a few secniuls tlitee rn rapW succcs wetc Irenrcltci dirwtinn of this and McEvoy w8 seetn to run out From Gregg following particu obtained fey parties wlio ncd to the spot It seems thafc on go into tho office that he keen discharged ufcorjnt of charges made against him st and fm JLower fhcrc fcher i i IZU1 lllu andtne LUI Vtl Concealment 11 t p rhv Hurrkt wrvfr f f by Major Greg wbieh were then I do ami also made no attemipt to but walked His honest and industrious man up to him and to take his pistol away from Ttoe yeungeles ami fatihet tofvk the weapon away from and catrfcd himback to the office that No in the MoEvoy bonWd rtVor for in default of to Aiken and committed tn fle was defiant to tKe and displayed a most inpnlent demeannr while the preliminary investigation was so much so that it was thought hehad another person was accordingly It was ascer that he had tio other arms Aont tn the morfagn examination Grtej he was totally unprepared for an for a tnoment McEvoy intended puoh a harsh liad ever passed on Other hnncl he faYored him when in Ilia to do He wnp disohnrped while fareccr was Tut it was because the board of directors had abol ished the office which lield of a messenger or ottce This was seven years Gregg said the two first shots werefiredeobudcJenlf and ttnexpectedfty thalt he ha3 not time Yo dodge or ott of the and he recoived the third shot while crossing the room to screen himself behind thn iron getting aftt Ms pisto1 lie oteshot he fell It a cata an3 deliteratc tnWcler the part of and the fion esTpressefi by aH h MtfJSroy is considered by all who know him as one of the worst men in that has jrvien his who is a hizhly esteemed and jkver deal of Mfe afcoifttVentytwo years of WHA IS is that for which etfci Shivc with hamt Kor which tticir daily TliciipljiM and schemes ikeh1 at fears Tjeir nfverceasih ilpiis Their toils Anxious cares Behold thy willing All ntly want and gorged wealth toil and bowed licad ami Quid est PiiqlQa Demnitifin cries For this men The hopes of lienveji The purest joy e of Andbringupsn their abate Atid Jti tils 100th 6f ttels lhu thing is kill WHOPPER AND THE C In Maffwsfat for fifth the Centennial its Fruits its Festr val gives an account of of the public afld with gjfetnrtis of the if v of in winch the positions of nil theibnildings The first of two nitrated papers oti who toot otily explored the Streets nnd bniaalrBof the Turkish had access lo is WrttieTi with Eighty of tW comprising nearly The fraternity of the a which The NMGKfind Cburftr terTS ua Bitting on tni JudgfeSeed to would stand kSiMifid ttevefr That illuslri rtas j they j been nr of Ani thai fof A fallow most feojPthftr wel U Mtnltt mestifc which wiH especial fVofn female tfcnt drado resisted for kil1 in he trns taken ii He wttllen rfrfd ed to no sorrow for Io parties who him why A weigh He1 a vast Amount nf Strikinoand on Berlin atad Vfenna by It traces tire history tho of thtwe two antf ititlfcates lift Uuu jave ftnd mny herettftWbe oxfectcd ro dcvcl tiiilicrlo unpublished fircts Benedict tire benutiful accomplished wife who Bhatedhw though hod no pnrt in his cotiuiunitiattd in XfW agreeable etyle by the writer of HwJBeind its Barker wntcsWUh of hornt in and the uuthor of evidently nrnunl bicHin the Sotttb Gnfolina Sfrncfi fyftox will be heH in ort Mny Hit 30 oclock m An address on jntkrftaltsniwlHberfe Uveted on Wodhestlny evening by of tvu he shot be he would start nny man fflio first shot at to con vey the that Gffgg first as other declared Dispute my i nvLuwJ It M V vaJ i j replied i Wic iiLmediutely to drew u pistol an4 three AH of the strwcfc two on the left and one lower the left Tho two feigber upjwnetrnte 1 tlie but merely bruised the fleth and M One was found hi Gre ci tithing and the mjier ort The Wl near the the putting Uia own thnt ils part in cold liim the doponition wits authorities at Grnu bcfiflto ho put on i he tniiii to CiirriGii to and oorrvn with whnl W6 hnvp Mated The tvial jttsltce pro tit ODW W hold ft plttftui MIT in in preparation for the final A translation of JaurgueneflTs The inhibits the novelist in new ns H painter of common thefb is a welt written article on GcorjU by anucdotial ns well eriii CrtU The number oDHtuinf ptcmp by Sidney Kwnisi and the Members are requested to irt and journalists who art nolbiembcrs sre invited to semi in tbcir JAMBS fiO iinxOR CHAMBBRfcAtN ap pomtod William Stono torncy Geticnil In thift ptsce HoB Hnd re siirnarion f the taken plHce durinjr the n the in nil i liottwnulfl have elertod to thfi office in nf who js s ver tnken tloWn by in Monthly A tinU A with erv LsiftblifiHnieMtjust what if i needed In t Soon iMef uptu th latest principle of eniefpriHc of oiir Iri Klein be libofnhy Give him a ON the first iWirtjicr of ynir npAnyB pnpcr of It is well edited with thu oal prr to be Hijppiiod wiili the ff S f f the fritltt of ptfl V JO raft TCOFCWI of public tfriftaiices 11 extend the i nod plvc Tfc Jw rit ttf ivvtrtrrfe rt ffttomml welOMMj   

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