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Aiken Courier Journal (Newspaper) - January 15, 1876, Aiken, South Carolina Afe J AJSTTJART 1876 OLD MAIL ARRANGEMENTS s C arur this be follows the Week from and from the Poitofflce to 1 30 to oclock bus a KinoW Oardefc School at the Highland tor the benefit of the children of fc the 4 80 Bridge and Kbal na A I oclock tit 6 oclock COSDTt THE red cross nmrk W is er h it ynnr subscription f last year hus not been It there ig any rea 8 n why a newspaper should not be ptiid well HO other necessaries of i we should like to know If the red cross murk not proe a sufficient hint or the accounts will be placed in the banes of trial jtutioe for 3 m m THAT uprijr y little tbe fcm been greatly Co ifthttfMmtij pul MI it not On the 18 A tbere bo beU a by Kaifttite tbe Three at Water eight from Aiken tini tfcfte mita Jfcfltftmreaoi 4 BttUi Coagb it pwtiewJar for It etre Sore to4 It te like a 2ft PALMETTO Hint 4riH of W Club Ae oo foet i WM k Kdpofeld and other Gotenfcor the infaMKHM Legislature m he emotion fii to the follow suit with routing OQ THY Alien Deutwthe Scbnertea will yive a grand ball at the op Ttmiidty evening coDimoncing at eight You muy cxvcot pleasant the DcutRcbc b hoya know MIentertainment ijfctl invariably nuke THI THB bibed OKI mucli WOT Harton in and placed in he lockup tlwtntbing the peace of the In the if the jwefc he drew a kniie nnd enrd to use it upon tho negt town m who kindly looking after for which iba council fined Barton the sum W ton do I lure or twenty work upon trm We arc op to rowdyism in either or and think the street work H a capital and will prove a perfect panacea for town if It was introduced by the last Intandiint and worked well but wm pposed by the ablt town fathers on the ground I lint it was onconstitu arid when two notorious peace disturbers wore quietly working nut theii ten days on the i sable old who IB in the present with iminncu lat1 of jurybtix stuffing notori went and frightened the boys away their work by he was i going to take out warrant for them if they persisted in And yet wwihiea vote toput riarum into the KtT1 simply because he the i I r looks it Fui Tm OPKRA IN Lyeeath filled with highly Hppreeiative intelligent au than Uwt thich afleevAled en witness the noral entetUinwent off on W Bvety eoe both delated and MrprM at vooeae of tbe Tbe who peribnoed tbe cbarmbf Httle opetm of eo8ifWN4 tweej ty in Mies eT et ill fve to of wbem wmpapiia JPrafemi k n tbrve M fa im A little in the ftceoated by pner She inks fbr ORGANIZE FOR the THE ADDRKS9 Of TR1S CRATIC At a meeting of the Central Kxcciis tive Committee of the Democratic held in Columbia on the thefallowing addrew to people of State uuaiiMi adopted and oiderel M be publiihe i To tkt People of South Qarvliw The Sute Central Exvciitive tee of the Democratic petty eVoot it to pablwb My Ktutement of the reaaooa wkudi i them 0 Meet at It u cical to that oTitita with people of the pein miidk U tbe Democratic pnj tn i ahomU to all olnases of citizens tho of justice and And in thiscricis in the lite of the when civilicutinn itself is ia we look for and confidently expect to receive the sympathy and aid of every ciixen whose aim and desires are like unto our In common with tbvir the State J mocratio Committee hare J vktched with anxiotta aoiieltqdea and Crowing Confidence the comae of the ptwent Governor of tke They bringing together our iftrt of ieto whfofc gf LAarty Thw ft fcw and in pen stance of the notice is here that a man meeting of the citixens of Atken county wljl be held at on the of January At for the purpogQ of organising the party nf thla It is of thit party be oranltjJ withovt j I and inasmuch as i ia ao jj it neccHrinry thtt tlie ajl aeerions of the county bo m inaati to appreciate the Tahw of of uid the what be m proototiag refora j aamed gentle aod during the paat eoodoot ji power u ia tho for ho the of State tbey repuiae all but 44LeiU1 IB the tolJnesB of bar fowl and gewtle dealrea to their tbe eyhran revel pruoeeeV wti band of fairlee into it ia dieeovered that tbe beggcr woejra mod children had made tbeir appeal fur aid only tent of tbe eWity of tbt jrouag im a uow the fcindhemrted is chosen crowned queen of of the bund by the Fairy ereli nnd unite to do her The ia of Sweet nnd The Liwt were skillfully introduced and moat charm ingly rendered by 9 tplented lady of our Likewise n duet from by two of Atltcns fairest was gang with exqusite nnd But It would be invidious particularise whero was so excel one went through her dif ficult with admirable and tho Queeh of the Fairies won more than a queen in jrruee and The cobtiitties nn indwenteble fentnre in euch striking and in remarkably bnl iant and robeu of fairy lund Icodinj with the more many tinted nf The perforuiiinic revived nnbiuudoil pluuae front to end und one little five year itttur executing A difficult was enthusiast icnlly en aud went it with all the sang froid attd precision of a To suy the fniry was a State to begin iHlJoii thorovph MH In the tontedt 19 whieh an to io OMK Plfewt not he heaxfeoted to erovii ow t wUy It rtie tegeAervilli Ml line M wilt bwm UM eient eicmttioD of ita pottcy Fvoaa tfc the legion of and When dnydeebre tfceir belief rfcing eWe aa hai wiB jpn w t to liia the redrcaa for of taxatioQf 4 of WtWW mtan fcfae Ae yeoyfe of ifct BHw fej0fnjiw tMfovgwj the Tlior f P f W Bocfcy W C A 8 M gan ifc but faint It was perfect triumph not for the little which eodiety relkt for the cc ita varied incereata terenta with whokpeople witfcrtiUi longer mVatter eentineBt in which the cittEen ie free to engage or ac cording to hig Upon the man agement ofour political affairs depends the security of as well as the safety of By political move alone taii the purification of the State Government be Only through political instrumentalities can fidelity and re propondering influence the nf the To politioi for their own moat the people of South Cnrolifta now address them wives with the the persistency and tue endeavor which mark their conduct in buatnew It would not be wine to declare a policy before the which shall give effeot to is is rcndy tor deliberation and ac The officers must not be choren until the rank and file of the political army shall have been mustered in and There should in such organisation in each township and that when the State Convention shall it nhall by its the known opinions and purpose of the organized Democra cy of the Thtn wiil its voice be the voice of the people ita deteroaina tion its fight their To such organ searching and far g Cothtw JaMefl A W T J Wm KtHoti P 6ai A JJ F F J Scott Jtfhn B H T B K M Lexington J I B W Ball Marion A Q J H Y J R A Orangebnrj J F R B John T B R W 8 W Jamea F Alfred Dickaont tOMtenaud Met composting with tpet ett Call at once arid ut hia of 4I folks who took part in the I should the people of the State but for the and his aocom ralontcd who have educated and drilled ctiildfeD up to the point of what We witnessed on that The fiis received ire not but will Jast throujih life and our wojrtky Pro may in tbe is eh without delay address Without it the State cannot be The State which shall will determine authoritatively the the policy of the party j and by decision of rhut Convention shall we all be the Democrat ic as has had no active cx truly Jxi calied a publiis istenoe l South Carolina for some All Hunt iL will call at the rral estate office of und settle up before us the be the State committee desire to say em phatieally in recommeoding its stant ani comprehensive their sole purpose is to obtain an honesfc and governaient in South whicn shall without or the public rights and Ubrriirs ul the whole and of Ohirlevton ty ia entrusted to the Cnntmittee of Fif of which Chas Simonton is In tho State Committee earnestly saj to their fellowcitisena that we are not as those who are without The magnitude of the task be fore us can hardly be step is beset with difficulty if nut dan knowing this the committee are confident that he future can be mido aa bright as the present ia This ia the aceeptod time and can peace and plenty and political security be restored to the State C Samuel John W I Johnson j i By virtue of thi authority tn eonpoetod wltn cotton Acid with eottcb ed and per fhf Gibbs other fertiliip n cad fnlly vqflal to on A WUc ufeled baa no in my Wtjrfat for tbeir in The and Arlington is nrtw a firmly hed U of the has auocera ami popuJurity eight or fyprediot IN early ooUaiec now find tho great T Thi fl haa been the tubHshuieiit of nwny South that are daily dence of people rfny substuntinl reaittu why should not its husiaests sohenwf The success oi the and AT Tvill vTcr bJ mi iVicouraifOttlHit of buMineas in the Is iMnsou wliy institutiaTifl the Kow is YOUR large slock at a very low sellin
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