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Aiken Courier Journal (Newspaper) - May 20, 1876, Aiken, South Carolina VOLUME NUMBER 81 2O 1876 OLD MAIL September On and after this date the Post office hovsrs will be as During the week from to I 30 oclock and from 3 to 6 oclock CLOSED THE are complaining for want of Charleston m 3 m 3 p m tn Green Merrills Bridge and Ebal mails close on Sundnysat 1 oclock nnd open on TutsUays at 5 oclock THERE will be services in all the churches THE whitewash brush has been ap plied to some portions the fencing on Laurens THERE one remarkable feature about Governor Titdon he has never seen his THE The Philiilelphia Centennial t on the 10th of with a concourse of one hundred thousand Grant uid the Dom turning thn button knob which started the en ine that set twelve acres of ma chinery in This immense in stitution is not yet in full trim or run ninsr several of the foreign including being only rep resented by unopened On the the Centennial exposi tion is pronounced a groat AUGUSTA Our the Augusta Pchuet as hare had fine weather nnd a glorious time of We are glad to see that oui Aikm boys have done themselves ind boujrht awny somefine Turnbull vnn the firs prize the RiflE which consisted an elegant and valu able silver water pitcher and two He scored 86 JWeasels von the ninth prize oalhc Ring elegant silver and Tongue woo the sixth a silver BILL SIMM OXS AND HIS If William tbe recently ap pretended Jiud lately convicted sheep hud fiOt forgotten to follow the ingenious advice of his legal perhaps that worthy might be en the rights of a IVee citizen under the green bhude of liic umbrageous pine and luxuriating on young kid and spring inphceof picking stone at ihe Bills on looked into on every side by his wary who was HO other than I vras pro nounced dark and thai worthy was frankly told that there was no hopes for him unless he could prove un pass for maniac or u As there wis too much method nnd mutton in Bills mid the woo covered him from head to it was drcidcd to ilsk the upon the Hill was told should ho be put upiu the to an swer no look ai silly and stu as and if he did open his at all to say noiliing but baa Fortunately ibr the irrazinii interests of Aikcn Bill in anxiety clear denied the woolly impeach inent in to never lemeinbercd anything about the insanity ov die until after when the counsel caledatthe jail for his Williann remembered and saluted the exSpeaker with a pro longed iuaaa I Not despairing of getting something of his the called ti second and was finally told that he had i little savings in a certain old pine some five mites flgniu and if the counsel go send out he would find exactly the amount of the deposited in an augur hole of said Thereupon u last horse was procured at the Hvery and an expert vol unteer in the person of town marshal post hasie after die The stump was and a diligent search of four decayed and goat sicins warded the pains of the treasure seekellp They are still looking after the augur bole and thirty A MOUNTAIN of chalk has been dis covered in and the milkmen all over the woHd are A two of the Aujrusti and of tho Aikcn tied on the ring target in the shooting at Augusta on Wednesday and will have to The trial of skill will probably take place in at an early regret to learn t who has been ill fo is not improving as be It is the sin to see the Doctor up nnd attending to the duties profession to ho Gcd three as could ish of all hat noble honorably understand that Mc rEvoy has sent for bis fiddle to help him while awiy the weary hours between this and suspension dsiy in Park avenue a key marked The finder will be suitably rewarded by leaving the same at the Auditors A WOMAN is at the bottom of of said alluding to a recent bank said AlKEN is to have a necktie sociable on the last day of in which Me the GraFtfteville will make his last appearance on any ON Thursday TTTBt we wore honored with a coll EL the gentlemanly and talented city editor of the Augusta Constitution Moore expressed himself as arcatjy pleased with and we sincerely hope the attractions will be strong enough to induce him to the IN digging up a stump upon a piece of new ground which James Wtngard was clearing just outside the corpor on the Bouth side of Daniel Wingard found a very fine English gold watch nnd gold The watch had been buried in a email tin little larger than a seidlitz pow der From time to for several jears other valuable articles have been found in the immediate How they came there is not but it is supposed that during the war there must have been a camp in the neighbor and the articles were cached with the intention of returning for them at some future THE little folks of to the number of some six came over to our on Thurs day and had a glorious timo in the way ef a Highland Park was thrown open to them by and report they enjoyed themselves From what we saw of the us they circulated around through the quiet avenues of the they were n very well be haved such as we should expect to see from rheiair city over the Nothing is more generally all over the world than a perfectly harmless and purgative All purgatives sometimes preduce pain dur ing their Bulls Veg etable Fills are far less liable to gripe than any other medicine which as effectual Ask your druggist for 25 cents a CAGED AT did we and little did they throe first citizens of one of whom advanced the to build the brick structure in the Courthouse would be the occupy the same yet such is the fact One of our first a high county and another Aikeo nota whom we do not feel authorized to were yesterday locked up in the new the particulars of which nnd for what cause we have been unable to learn j but near as we can find as there was a woman in the case with two of cue and a consider able amount of crooked whisky on the part of THEY IIAD NO two youths who purchased paper fishing and traveled over to Shaws Creek for a two days returned without a BEAT THIS IF You working on the place of has chopped out twelve acres of in three This is the tight sort of a ratm tosend to the H editor of thp Georgetown ie He prominently connected with the politics ot4 this and filled many highly re sponsible positions in the House anil AIKEN has fjuitea commerce in Tn nenrly every garden meets with the finest Of yellow sort the famous Cloth of Marshal Neil are the Tbe collection of Ott is very his con signment of budi to Northern and West ern points amounts to quite a sum Ott is building a glast coneerTatory Lhatxill greatly inci ease his facilities for euppljinpthe markeHp THIS Clerk o the Court would foel obliged tn the gentleman who took from the Court the Revised belonging to tho tu return the being the second copy which has been tnkcn A MOST pleisantmd profitable noon can1 be at the Sun In addition to the black board the singing is excellent A cordial invitation is extended Tim exercises begin at ibur oclock THE exprcs office it the passenger depot was broken into by on Thursday night the money drawer riffled and several packages containing wearing apparel As we no arrests have been made or property ye friends of the the sparkling verse of citizen He wrote every Wuvd of letter and to tell us his soda is most in factthe finest drink in the for in raising the in dont Put them SHERIFF removed the coun ty prisoners from the town eruardhouse to the new on the Gregs on Thursday McEvoy nnd Steve were ivped together and rode in in while the remainder of the in in J the Considerable interest was taken in the procession by he and one ancient darkey remarked de csiliivjin WHS on complete de Probate Jedie de County A NBW enterprise is being Andreas manufacture of su gar from It is said o be superior LO beets for this Be sides producing sugar it is said to give a delicious In cultivation the watermelon requires ooly one third the plowing and one fourth the weeding of In the mill beets require j melons du and the juice is not liable to turn black and run into As this is a great we think this ao en terprise that might be carried on in Will not some of our farmers start it There may not be many mil lions in it the first but in the end ii may be highly reii UNION Saturday will be pleasantly remembered by the teach eisand schollars of the Baptist and Methodist The two latter schools having assembled Baptist proceeded to the Presbyterian where they were received with open Tho whole line then marched to the making quite a handsome appear After arriving at the the children all assembled around the which was located in the and open ed the exercises by singing the entitled Hold the Fort Cluflin then offered an appropriate pray after which n solo was sweetly sung by Miss The children then scattered over the grounds to enjoy the day as beat suited and all present know how well they accomplished While the young folks thus engag the ladies rfcady the At 2 oclock dinner was the little Aid full justice to the good things Which were so abundafltfy pro Thefday passed eff kte the evening the little ones their way with heartri ligWnod to be an irrepressible t o conflict for the priming of the delinquent taxpayers betwwen the rival publishers of the Sentinel And j of this Look out for j crimination and recrimination of i doliais and your Wo hope that the best looking and best printer will yet the Then are huutedsof dollars in Letter to Au tjnsta Chronicle an think there is no about that our friend Bronson will get the An irrepressible conflict o BE licav that Boss KHiott he IB getting ashamed of the thieving acalltiwag trash who disgrace the utid going to oouiC out and cut lose from let hlta couie j thtfre IB joy in Heaven over every iinaer who and room IQ fche Democratic ark of safety for white or who wish to take pass Town marshal Hewif fc is a touph fellow kill and a good subject for an accident During all this week he has been uitirching around attending tnhis usual duties with his right eye HI II I O IJVI U W draped and his left ear in a in consequence of sundry murderous blows from a heavy oak club or prison wielded by the herculean arm of one Ned whora he was in the act of placing id the towrt for dis orderly Wttekj on Salnrdny night It is difficult to find good men exactly fitted for the duties of a and tho town uutboritiiw are otyiged to take such as they ge but what ever they whether or when they are doing their duty they should be If Council will employ one good white trouble und unpleasant feeling ma be residence Rockwell was entered by tbree and four on Monday last but beiopc the thief had collected to gether a load of tho old who is anearly came to the house to sutiimence her morning and discovered him exploring the house with a lighted In making his exh he cursed the old wuuin fur a at the same time dealing her such a blow with his fist holding the candle sent that watchful guardian up stairs murder 1 at ihe np of her it nor been for the timely inierrupiion ii is very likely the tables of the Rock well Mansion would have misseil the usual garnishment of silver forks and THE Marquett Huuuhton and Onton agan Railroad Company have the good will and thanks of this office fora kind invitation to visit the Lake Superior re gions during the the coming at the same time extending the courtesy of of the road to thu editor or 5by of his if the various railroad com panies between here and the Lake Su perior rcuion will only come down with the polished generosiy of this gon there may be of imr getting sight of the ihr famed terruinus of the North Dont all speak at there WHO hurry abottt Quf fi paid 09 far as Texas and and we areonljr waiting lor and lickei agent forward otfr ticket i oftr We rcprodnce the ioHowing well dfe servednjentioD efthe leading Southern Life Insurance from pendent Keal Kauite of New wont and Arlington has gained merits favor wherever it established its No Company has uiore fully met the just of its pat rons TUB PIEDMONT AND ARLINGTON LIFE INSURANCE RICH VA This company is distinguished for iks rapid Established won after the close of the recent it ho come the leading Kie company of th its management been confined to tlemcn quilified in every way to guide it to is im possible to the of last without feeling assured that the the company is placed vigorous and energetic recalls attained could nut hive betn in ftuch an advene poriud that just Though in little more than six the company on the 1st of January last policies in insuring deriving an annual income of Another impressive is profitable dif ference between the gross and the the former being at tho close cf the and thn latter leaving a surplus as regards policyholdors or 8113 of assefeto every nf compariiivc not exceeded by the oldest company doing business in this We ilude to these rtnly of and civo the bnt of is qualities to thn success a life ns tnpilal iar be are happy to tho and of the fortysix fife to transact businewiin e it is in high and nnnuttUy 10 greater
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