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   Aiken Courier Journal (Newspaper) - February 12, 1876, Aiken, South Carolina                                VOLUME 67 MAIL ARRANGEMENTS September On nnd after this date tlie will be as follows t Postofilce During the week from to 1 30 oclock Charleston and from 6 oclock rai 3 m I m Green Merritts Bridge and Ebal maile on Sundays At 1 oclock and open on Tuesdays at 5 oclock Republicanism by wuy 1id voted on that has nuw qarroled vitn VVhippor andcalls him a rascji an And so the thievesind Radi cal rascals and probablf will con tinue to go on through the grace of there a radical then nous vemms ce que iwus crwxi n other we shall sed wkstt we shall 1876 OLD VOL V MOSESWHIMPER LEGIS If the evil eleaicnt in the South Our legislature is all powerful and do minant when united and led by they have been so cowed and turned from their vilan Kchewes by the unanimous condeni tiatioR of public opinion and tile of civilixod as to attempt to bplund or around the election of MosCd und Whipper to the That they are beurrily sick of their there is not a Tliefromody with they Depose to 5ure or mend and get rid of the two old of the so to flay bundling worthy the political U is known as Whito aud prqpoies to Iedie trict and reduce the judicial circuits tfroui eight to in each a manner as to leave Moses Wbipper out in ahe or in other without a to sit on ora circuit to officiate This plan is crude and hwa too many objections to work and be there is nothing said about aoy fceing the election Judges to fillthe new likely there will Baaim Bnaw the offices anfcil new mcunfberua When the question will be there is DO doubt as to the Lr on oi the Supreme JTJ is point was made long before the and die Legislature forewarned of the risk they were this bill should become n Whip and Shaw would all be ae also some of tho others whose decapitations are notso desirable in view ofthe of the electing andthe HOW too well known dis A bill lias been introduced in the House providing for thedrawing of for OrangeJburg ot presented a forgtd order at n store but being pteetad was Arrangements are iiiakiup to i tax Qrangeburg county an xtra three mills form Tines are hare NBXT Monday will be Valentines THE TUB Sheriffs sales fop March will appear in our next READ the Advertising columns of THE And patronize the men who VERT little cotton is brought to town We aappose our aw hold ing it back for higher to be courthouses hese days Billings will 7 Tia next Jalia of Unjon by recently severely fajurec from far A NEW lamp been placed in front of the Presbyterian church A good THE weather continues There is said to be one third more visi tors in town than ever before at this one It cost eight dollars n Claren don a thief of seeling Expensive Nine prisoners escajyd from the Horiy county jail Saturday night ef iartweek The merchants of are kept ooBtlwatly nfwithstand tho tight tiroes in the DJoney mar 1 rr Juel oi Hor ry cotuttyldied last i Aged 76 YIBW will lecture hi Lan in aid of to Joseph of Or died on Thursday of positions of those invested With The idea of legislatiug judges out of is a new and u dangerous one at and if it can be dune this year U can be done next or at any time and the establishment otMioh u precedent would r mnke the octcr of the judicial office is as that of some of its Seine of the new ii would contain six and as Judge has to hold three terms of last The ginhouse if of Union was burned ou 7th Andrew of was accidentally shot through the arm while loading a on the 7th The wound is very and his arm will probably have to above the be ampotaied the tin the sessions each he wooId haveto hold or u term nnU it hull each Another objection to the bill is tlmt it places the two mout important circus embracing the two largest cities in the under the control of a single giving him enormous Apolitical in more work tlian one man could well apd making a distinction in his salary and jreneralryln his fuvor ftiruinst the otlnir circuit It is thought that upon the constitutional ob jections to the Moses and Whipper wouldfiaiida ut uch better chanoe before the Supreme Court tliunupon the four From the low and angry growlius which irc DOW and then heard from the Legislative menagerie at it is evident that thv animals are not entirely tamed iind have only yield ed round through the mcvor in this nfamous election The cotton steulers are on in Laarens Six have recently been An old colored woman was Burned to death in Fairfield county last i Hog cholera is raging tfee lower part of The leadingRepublics of Wai halla arc said to beori the look out for a new congressional lilt for the third dis The forces tre being marshaled for thy Seven prisoners escaped from the Marlboro jail last Jackson Johmon was shot and killed in Barnwell county last by Wesley of Martin Davis of was bbwn down by a gale on Sunday night A SHOOTING affray occurred in Barn well on Monday in one young man named Hogg was killed and his brother fatally woundecL Drawback the I would see The blessed sun once more There that will how fair It seems a glorious world all new Truly the Lord is goad to Who in His field hare been a fruitless tree How how fragrant now the roses The rich perfume of Spring is in th air Whee merry birds are chanting in the It is so long now since I heard A dear is it since then And how blank the days find night have beea How can they say the flight of time is fast Only in scenes of jey can that be When ill ihe clock hand moveth the Co lumbia spent a few days in Aiken this m the iatweat of that excellent Subscribe for A LARGE oossum in front of on caused considerable upon among thejurenile population of who were endeavoring to ascer tain size of his jaw BE rare and cid for Bulls Cough if youare troubled Wth a bad Cough or It you For sale by every respectable One bottle 25 cents five bottles for Tux first anniversary rttebratiou of the Methodist SuirdajifleVol of Aiken f this The Presbyterian School has foeen invited to take port in the ex re CHAREES been by Judge Mahw as Clerk of the Court of General Sessions and Common Pitas Aifcen to l the nnexpired term of Joseph ARRIVALS AT Countess deThiene France and G MaudStewarc Lee and An nie Miss Julia DeKny Staten Miss Louisa WUliJim Mnnpin 3Iiss Caroline Cox and Master Boston Mass Richmond and child Conn J Summers wife arid Bal Md Yale Conn j James Mass Brook New Yurk Dcwey and Chrtuncey Miss Mary He as infamous who said when the vote that he measured every mans Porfc Jtoyai Jots that were offer ed six months asoat 8200 are now held at Cheriiw u being visited by bur Several housis have recently beea Reuben one of the principal merchants md most highly es teemed citizen of is THE Kdgefield Advertiser chronicles the denth of which occurred in that town on Sunday morn ing Adams was an old and liighly esteenied and his loss ia deeply felt by all who knew THAT enterprising the Marion Merchant and begins its second rear with new uare and outspoken on all matters in which the welfare of the country is con Captain McLucau the edi tor and seems determined to make paper a complete and worthy of the noble name it HIGHLAND PAEK HOTEL Coless original play of the Carpet bagger was performed at the Highland Park on evening and to say the u capital andunrque nffairboih as ao play and the rendition of the by the amateur The iarge dining which is so arranged as to admit of being turned into an lecture hall or theatre on short was filled by the guests of the house and the in vited friends and citizens of the town u an early The audience were charmed with the yliiy and players who were repeatedly Lore un der if one so speak of an affair of the heart went off so smoothly and was so satisfactory in its most capitally rendered by C and AN exchange man near Easton drinks scalding Theres n youQj in Aiken who drinks hgrhtr ning sleeps under the canopy of the breakfasts on dried dines on raw flups on cow and says he is happy when they dont un dertake to water his tax books of Marion coun ty have been opened fur the collection ot i Row ON BROAD up Broad street on last Saturday we noticed an ex cited crowd surging and ing around an individual who was mounted on top of a dry goods box in front of Walkers furniture At first we thought the mob were about to lynch but on getting nearer we found it was not the man they were after at but the extraordinary cheap of goods that he was auctioning off to the highest guests of the Our protean the old war nurse ami rick of the Aikeu was so much w home ia the role of Old the shoddy army hat and cruc that it was evident to all thut the Cttptuiauiust tave had had him in his eye when he drew the The contrast between the sympathising arid unselfish wife and mother was very and capitally rendeivJ by Miss of New But the great crowning feature of thv eve ning was the old on this as Hezekiah surpassed even liiuisjlf both as an author and an The hits und happy turns in the piece are many and to the Our sole we presume it was the same with the cntiie this that the real South Carolina animal did not bear aomc slight resemblence to the Captains who proved to be no dynamite fiend in dis cooie to bear away the hard earn ings of the South Carolina but a long wingless nd i ready agent from Cupid hid sent to Aiken on u mission oi Since the Captain has succeeded so well und struck an intellectual bonanza in the may wn not hope hu will exercise his prolific muse still fur ther and bring out his evil aid mid the scalhiwag THE AMNESTY A COLORED MANS REASON FOR TOTING WITH THE Jere the colored member of Congress from Alabama why voted for the Amnesty bill and was applauded by the has written a curious letter to one of his friends in defense of his political The letter is ad dressed to colored and to whom reference is isa carpetbaggor of the Spencer The following is the litter HOLSE OP DEAR oi the 15th instant to and I expected before I voted to hear a howl from those below but say tj them all thdtj God being my 1 ghail meet them at My ex planation for voting for general amnesty is 1 Because itis right 2 Because I was elected on that prin ciple our platform adopted at a Repub lican convention at that the Republicans of Alabama demand the civil arid political rijrhls of yll men before the 3 Because I am a Grant and Grant recommended general 4 Because the Colored man in the South wants peace iind good will to and hatred to and jsks fur ohers what he desires for equal chance in the race of as a carr not afford to aid in any manner in fceep ing up strife for the benefit of office Allow PIG to ask your attention to a few which I trust you will put to Curtis and others IK it better for us colored men t and and have the good the or is It better the cruelties of pa suffer fi thereby Do I repl principles of Republicanism und our party whenI strive 10 put the aeal of peace and good will animosity Is it nor beuer that the leading colored men in hand and build up our build up our upon the mnciples of right ana justice of drive those who are striving to rise into office on prejudice nto the blackest political hell Isit not the i ruth that men as and others arc the sole cause of our party being defeated in Alabama lay Dtnt you think that here arc of white men in Alabama who would gladly join the of the Re publican party and help build up the upon strong principles of rightj good for and evil fur none must drive out these hell and g3 in for peace between the two races South Truly JEKE Aiktn is the cheapest market for gro certes in the United If you di not believe wu will refer you to the advertisement of Sattorthwait 7 or what is botters call atthr as many articles and prices cannot be It is on Park opposite tin Pres byterian I Valuable Property for OFFER for wile my wellknown one mile northenst of con taining 500 irablo about 00 under cultivation and the balance 13 timbered with oak and In thcplicc is a tine wnlerpowor of hurse mill There is an ofchard of 100 pear 200 peach trees xjco suppcrnong vineyard of S acres all jn fine bearing The bmldincs con sir of a ft good cotton corn carpenter blacksmith two iritd barns und all other necessary out several tenant For full particular npply to or pddress DELAY AN fcblitf   

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