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Aiken Courier Journal (Newspaper) - January 22, 1876, Aiken, South Carolina t T r OLD WE hope none of our readers the red cross on thnir pa perswill find thesame a hard cross to rooMMmrarc It will be a heavy crosg for us if Beach wfth If jit they and feil to pay up j need hay and ftrminc mbnej pay our debts with ant the sinews of war for thecom ing which now bids fair to be an animated V AIKBN HOOK and V ggjjjfciLfi fr f fV i i T iii Tin t ft V I 4 frW n r ar monthly meeting of Com at the House j J at A full and ijnriictun attendance js ks then business of im portance on By of U fir 1 BURNED TO A little tbree yeaxolcl son of George 1 residing Aiken JVwnd Harbcrs IB an employee on the South JUil was fatally burned on V the 14th by his clothes of tfttfes fJA y fire from a brush or log heap which f T near tbe The child Hn tn great apony until Friday when death put end to its suffer tamed by on th It condition to affaitfc dwellings i deplorable n bad or better and mor4 M eaemy in the if not feared eietjr is Indeed proteetioo to Ufft The Amnesty bill which waa Brought by Dctnocrat from in the early part of the pnfeent session of an4 laid over until after the reads as hnwftj ere Z1 J Y working negro living on the Bur two miles oil Ifee flailed to his door pn Sunday even ing last and itwt several times by w t tin thinks who envy oinp next the Aiken will lucre an iirft an amateur ander commit one that will atfipicies of the worth ftad want to got him can obtain it ANOTHER CITIJKIW octr oldest passed away on iviE uogreat credit to the town the ladies avt gentlemen who idndly yoiunteered tft take part famous play is the one ohosftfl The is a sp J I h L when we announce to the public that Walter the iT i scenic part of the wfth two young ladles who rendered Whwh some three yea re thfiw 4t about the Lady of Lybus beiig an nhd rcoioved to his late hav tlifi hnrnediate vicinity 83 respect uod lit oldeu WatioBiinftfltl to his fwsned away and left honored He This the mioUt of a debate and 0 A SOB and daughter v journal io the need Repub cro to the dicided Su Judges Wright Bench and Includ which is too vulger and nbusive to appear when a metnbor rose to point atato4 that be could not understand OD grounds the member was allowed tfae floor if not to seak to tbe questwo before the Speaker illiott ruled that Whipper was in order onnd that otaracter the member had been assailed if the were true he had no o a remaining on any person by of the third seetioo of fojkfteiiiith ar icle of ftftjenVtmetits to the CoBftitution of the United wd are renioved shall be reliefs on his appearanee befwea of any court jja ihe or ofaay courtof record of which he is a res and taking and subscribing to the following to be duly and recorded l do solemnly swear or affirm that I will support and the Constipationof United u Jl agairwlftn foreign and domes tic thai beacVtrue faith allegiaitfe to the saraej ifnd obey all laws madein pursitonoe that I take this obligation iroely and witheat any mental reservation or purpose of efaftibfe f The hill was again up on Tues the Hth when the discussions oontindiod fire and were very and and at an resulted in almost a section This Jstate of feeilng1 lirtfi ught about by an amendment offered by exSpeaker the er in the uxoeptiog Jefferaon Davis from the benefits of jpeaefai amnesty proposed in in the debkte were ex Gar and who is trying iri out do seat ou the und should be allowed ed tc prove the faulty of the Aud so ti3 was allowed to vomit Uie filth that was in him to the disgust of every decent member in the DOWNFALL Governoi ChamberlairiBtveto of the Bill has been fciined by a yote of The ex Land Commisflioner beeo an unfor atory ip which he attampted to hold Jefferson Dav responsible for the sufferings of the Fedflfal prisoners at To which Hill re making one of the effective and eloquent speeches in his He disavowed any desire ony the part of the South to revive the ill will and iy which time had or to in dulgein crimination or that the of history required cntion at hie hands tliat the testimony ofSiirgeohGencTnl Barns anA Secretary Sfcanton showed Federal priflon against Confederate prison ere j of tne former and of the latter of 9 to 12 firtt portion of Hills speech will be by all patriot ic men while where he departs from the and becomes will bey as earnestly C3nsured brothers and our Com pan are at home We regret that Want of our giving even a very excellent speech which was fall pairiotistn from hegtmi Cox also and satirical say was the The vote on suited ivjEoilrt So the requisite i voting ID faypr of oUiflBof which fomuihcd the ing cttrste the in 7 whetwe beh and you tun six oclock train did the other and after pafifiiog through estiog find m the Old town of Beauforc or the and Se great Natal Port on the At lantic at pasi two in the in to dine at 1 h r the Mansion t called Ihe be retarti future iiit nut now a little saloon and ft the dense f the for While resting heritor half an our eyes u the sight of old not the veritible Doctor who is go in all this region SB cdicna qtfnotetnd a jreat a new spiuk and span hnvo christened after a long train of TTe ooV off our to the wiih a zod speed away our tutute card for both It was an evil day for Somth be set foot upon her And the sooner he and numerous other rascals of that ilk up their carpetbags and the better it will be for for ft of reooning is at The Piedmont and Arlington Life Company is now a firmly Wished iufititution the It us pnesed the experimental It has its success and popularity in thcv face of violent opposition and even eight or nine years were ptediqfe its early that developed ite istablisned it as one of successes of the prosperity of this company the never e If any V i yV reason wn y the South business iediront and Ar air argument for encouragement bttaiucps enterprises in the Is there any reason why Southern hould heartiest eireourftgement f The trap set for him by the wary whoafe aim and purpose was to revive the dying animosity of the war nnd make capitaKfor the Radical party in the approaching Presidential cam One of the JDest points made by the gallant Georgian in his eloquent was the following y message is tins There are no Confederates in the House there are no Confederates anywhere there are no Confederate desires or purposes here j but the South is and here ahe expects to Enthusiastic Go on and pass your qualifying acts trample upon the Constitution you have sworn to sup port j abnegate the pledges of yonr incite rage upoo our people and multiply your infidelities until tjiey shall be like the tars of Heaven or the sands of the sea without number but know tor all your iniquities the South will nevei again seek a redress in the madness of nnotW Con tinued Weare n in the house of our fathers and oui to the 25 miles Everyikinj on this road to to insure the comfort of the Whit we seMom or never n anyryilrond froim car entrance to the v a great convenience lot thludies ami persons cf infirm should chance to in make the trip with tho and Conductor MS your comfort and a willbe Whico AJjb project which is now on this road with Railroad ty way rnirocd fonncrt nnd then hate A MagnoliaRoute of aad tfip ro Port se will be flhormwd by buw travel MatKftwson offeriua at very payable by the If without in middling cotton at your railroad Sec a IT will pay you to read the columns of THK
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