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   Aiken Courier Journal (Newspaper) - March 4, 1876, Aiken, South Carolina                                5 70 MARCH 1870 OLD rt MAIL September On and this dale the FostolHcf hoxrs be us fallows During the week from to 1 30 oclock and fram 8 to 6 oclock In i P m in Green MemttV BTidge aril Bbal mails Sjlose on 1 oclV ani wpen on aduys at 5 oclock M DEMOCRACY IN APPOINTMENT OP DELEGATES TO THE COUNTY CONVENTION TO BE HEU ON THK 3 1IH OF On rlie De mocnicy ol Township stepped to the p in the The appointed to or ganize the Democratic Club advrnised that the meeting wuud place on the 26th ut the Lyceum In accordance with the a goodly number of the best of this community w re nil of whom seemed fully alive to the exigencies of the wiHid tn the chair as temporary abd stated the object of tbe In Jew minutes the roll of membership numbered sixty or The wexr business in order WPS the election of permanent and the Wefe elected cltauftitti first viotohairatan Henry end vice chairman secretary j Henry briefly the and expressed his appreciation of the dutie of hia and in substance This is not the place nor time for adopt ing a final course of action that club represented the jfond and true men of the township he knew thy and opfressons under gvoti but that he tbafpfelie club had forMicccstta jjbivious vic tory but to nchifVethat victory one rhhijr ana that wae The entire StsM musi governed by n sin jrle policy well considered 1 th under which each rverv and every uuui and earnest lubi V arc the essentials of tin uccn MOIL If r miriti sectiiiiial once iim i hice in mr we had better iui1 our and abandon a field an uvfeat is but too fhcn let not CM mil it tn deln e 10 ol UliJil tlie speaks tiuouui iiir uidreseed influence nnt to the of the cvatic party This s nt i men t coMiinon te ill Afken county can be imfwithitamling tiie last census a colored oijrity of nine hunlrrd siid nine hundred hpinjj the vnie of an Ixpefted special imporbiion of Gem men fnnii but be itknown unto all whom it muy concern thai the GfmUKTi will not vote in the PAY to THE Cou an nrMrjui9hed apartments tn roll ipplv lit this TIRED OF THE i t A OOIrOKKI OCHAtlC LID PHALANX OF SHOULD BB have been lif painted tinPrcsbytbi iu ONE miy by our increased tisinf THK IountEl IB appreciated by the THE Tinus has been extended fifteen rkv uniformly in till the counties the w BLACKS BE I A dclega tiun of coMwtttien called nt the rooms of rhu Demoorjitie iv ional Committee tiakpinu Ior puliiicwl Their pufured which adnpied at t meetii g held here on Friduy corawenceB as fol luws i neur THK residence of nf Gr wis entered On Tuesday und a amount or provisons s No speiik for is a lady of lt Bulls iho other fora single boirjp cured my rf ai child of a most dreadful A SEW to spell Jerimem P how tne It is fttpposed to bave originatoti in com mences with the letter Tviritdriee of the i 1 J and cortuudcu e parry aft nod its in order UMMlb soil ftnd to insult T our brave and jpU okpoSfld liBUowcui zens of the And we earnestly bolitfvo that a diviaioti tbe Solid phuluuiof eolured voters JB act bene lie two great to stind bj prin attJ wo oaly those men do fof Tlifc Smiths P eled goid which ti recover by Ht thjs ing for this advetliwmen r AikenTrtktoe did appettrnnce last facetioofily renmrku to a try iroekly it nnd tries to oouie wt tbc enam woer cm pay Make Its it ehftnged week there a man who ntVer 10 hiiiv UI will A family paper takt oin of MIV linsrod II i know thr of the in wnik itij wirk novor v t iulU1 ltnl tlC oi dttLriniiu d tn iho Thi1 noxt liisinLr the club the ekCtion ui fivr tn sent Aikon T wnrhlp in which to be hull DL hf lltii 1hii lit imviiiy yiii j I by a vijutsic i c Ins Jiserotisih and n n io ip iiut an exwui vc risMiiL live io n iomijit ice ol uicaibviS it slml InHi propjiru a full and couiplett of nil ihc vctcrs in their oiiL1 jf our most pub ic spirited a successful farmer retwn to loelitij between the master and the now ire citifcen invoke the blessing of i ttriuhtv upon conoid ered the hearty und am cordial 1L orcd people of the tnust fur wellfounded coll on them to or to the end that their ballots may sub serve the poacu o the u the trt oi all thr and the prnspcniy tina unification of tll the sections nf our iiidivissbli Kepublic The Lominittcic nn tbe resolutinns arc II nf Ntrth Car olina lluWitnl Jt of VirLinyT of Rhode Island j of Massachusetts j of Pciinsylviiniu Dntiic of the DItriii and C L r Ali in invoi1 of he inforui will thr lOlii Howard Secretary of the I litiil postofficc paper to him sent You the and drmtrir of the newly proposed lav which is being ajritnted in the Legisla fntlie prevention of the sale of intexicating liquors within one mile of dny church or school Was flisottssed iri the of nne of our larjje drinking an ancient devniee at the shrine of Bachus became deeply interested in the got off the following Ahem Dunt you see thats n and cant be did thout moovrn the church es n school GRAVE people of county and vicinity understand very well what the contained in ist weeks 1 en i iive And if uur information is so would Joseph laic rierk of the Court of Aiken wen ho now liviujr ard he would also recollect having told Major and others of this thnt if placed upon the witness he could a tale unfold that Would sturlle the jury box lobbeiSv But or as the Ciise may dead men tell no THE Cotton Stites Minstrels will give Rn entertninnient it ibe Lyctuui on March with an entire new pro There is no butter company of original negro niinstnly in the United THE Aikon Burlesque Opera Troupe will an at tHe Lyce um uehU iy veniug March iu aid of the Bajitist The Is composed entirely of been lor souio anA our mat expect u rare 50 coots j 25 GEORGE a colored railroad reiurnod home Lite on Monday evening aid found his place in the uuptial coucU occupied by Henry another colored Not belonging to the free love persua and bung unwilling to yield his marital rights to hip lovely Fbilis without a proceeded it once to avenjrc the insult t his wound en Being unptovided the historical George VVashingiiD bejran carving up Willinuis with a large inflicting two terrible Brushes acrosa the upper one cutting dewn to and the ter dearly the The siw our charming Arabella put her sixth plate of and then cast her lov towards the diiypidui ed rumiins ot the defunct we felt assured of her nffection possibility of surviving bis At u8t Accounts Washington had not betn WHAT do you of the present jiary Svtioiu inquired a man of an aid Souih tbc other eve Tlink1 echoed the old man 0 in I think H is so that if a man was to plead guilty of and trj to gut the jury somehow other tc ac tiuit In te V DEMO CRATIC passed at 1 tlo Aiken Township jiiJr hiid February ilh ss PixSid a C tntin Hen 1 I w M i of voters tlio nainto are re to meet at the oftice oi tho un at 4 oclock on Uetf 14Lh JAMES BKLOW i MOPE IN the evening of 24ih to Ohurch colurtju wns wkh visiting to witness the ceru of of African dos ci The tiffiiir quite a nnvel one jillhoUirb similar feceiie1 botMi ere sinCL1 wlien in niricy to niiin u help wlioriby the happiness of all STIC has intensified anil On tiiis occasion the bride and itr four maius inv tastliilly with j asm ice vines in full Ther hi aJs were decorated ok drip1 vith thule o wilh peavi tin clu SN thefont tho bcautilul wiih Ii Consider able excitd by he eii Itlu1 to ktrr the ri UTit M uliier this was no monkey It is needless to say that the whole affair was a rare ci tertunment ior our Ntriheiii who to enjoy the in Every day proves the old saying Tnat under the sun ihciVs hothiug AN exchange What can these i wo lines that a lady sent us yep torday Let no fnir wortiiin tempt thy sliding mind With garments tJiUinreil in a knut B pinback i Is generally srpposed tc have originated in f it is only A laoie atteupi of Freneli Muntamnakcrs to revive und ft up n our nindurn femaie a in vojruc imongt the uioie than two thousand yejrs who were ac customed not io tie the dr pery itt a knot behind but t wet or tin so as to it adhere and shuw the exact form and uuatouiy of the humau V IN sioro of tV was broken open on the 9th o und nooiu hundred doilara wunh ot of stolen from the Suspicion restud upon one James who left immediately after the lobueiy for jprta He o NinetySix and there cap by a Hewing machine lie eonittsed 10 liavinj taken tiie a part of vhich foand in Auirufctu and apart at where he liud Liken them to hive them made Johl Ar wore also impli with him in UKpeipcLriiion oi i t at tlu of Vv KJ I bci re Trial Justice tV r linling tj i e fcuv i a i 1 u still held in custody t The live ieduiv hy George at the MetholtM on Monday evening be a very in itrebting The reverend geittte who has been a IM Af vill deliver i lettun and by the magic embracing views in Holy Daniel in ibe the lions Joseph sold by his Re becca at the the Last Be sure to THE Sundayschool celebration at Methodist Church was a very pleasing Instructive addresses de Jivered by several visiting and twe Sidi the worthy pas tor of the The by thelittle juvenile were very effcctivn and priatet particularly so that of Tillie and the original ad dress on by SulHc doing great credit bcth to themselvee and Original Cotton Negro Minstrels irave an entertainment at the Lyceum Hall on Monday flVemng The vocal and instruuioTital JpArt of the side of wns not consid ered in A least by che white portion ol the as may be was not very enthuslostically We seo too much of that dark und sfrry of African humanity in our everyday walks ti make it relish on Hthr band to follow the minwrrel business for occu we think ir be advisable to omit that part i ihe and to TlIE following yinirular tiic into our by a sinail on Satnrdiy Use iron horse WHS stopping i iew to take breath it ii few days hy the Dr At his sens rcsideKcei Wilinui H watd of id tn a tnis of en was burn iw Served ail throih tbc wiio hk iirfii wil lv 86 veaisold He ias hair hearty as many men Oft Ibe liidv is is thoe r c S lor i x For thrt nstificailon f who we stiU i bonds nf1 inirte answer in tbe learu with ra grret that this worthy nnd with his are AiKn to It cute dence aiwonirst k t iv that not be held to iviJiu hii ij Kut in the best and kind f many dear lVifmis trusting the good tviiilies whicii endvared them will secure far them the love and CS teum nf iheenerom and enlightened with whou they expect to matt their future excellent   

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