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   Aiken Courier Journal (Newspaper) - March 11, 1876, Aiken, South Carolina                                v 3 VOLUME 71 THE SIT MAIL MAKCH OLD SERIES September On artti after IhU dale ihe Postofflee Jhowrs will be as follofrfe During tho wfeek from m to 1 30 ah4 frdm 3 GREED GAIN TAKING AfcD BRIB4RY THE CAUSE OF ALL 1OtSO m ps to m Merrilt8 bridge telosc on Sundays at 1 Oclock tften on Tuesdays at 6 VJclock THE TtlJS WAY TO GET INDI OCR TROUBLE OUT OF THE CATEDv Daily and hourly theelernph flashes tke overthe luod thatneW and uiore startling developments have been made reveolirjg the corruption atid W cality which underlies the entire sub stratum of administrative circles nt the National And itKas now to that every true American he fcepuWican or irrespective of stands itofcfced and humiliated at what wan on in all his ex plaining the situation and officiating as of The juries wtre called by the Clerk and told to Spartanburg notice that the situa tion of affairs in Spartanburg is very similar in several respects to that of Alken county at the foot term of court this exception we had an hon highminded fcrietiae out the iniquity of the jurj box discharged the bogus und gave there would be no court until the ttird Monday in March we there is to be new petit jurjr but the same old The ftiflowinfc editorial extract Beared in the list issue of that setai Aifcen wvd is too doubt the able facile pen of the Probate It is etitMtid We more to what it what it contains BIFollowinz oldMly upon the heels of fhe pUHfBBt information that the General had vindicated htywftupcra his fdotfpfiefty ift will be found in col charges preferred there than might I if we islv The a next The i will feirry with it fruits for the euwitry will demotrate no pOBiiionsover po or his ever BO ssftfy wor p 4 whick Ito look reasoning and portion of ihe look for effect to follow noturtillymsk thetnftelves what tns fcims eruption of peeulaiion fridttftottdl to bteak Out it a quarter that bu been free from it f There mvtt a Let ug try iiid find out what that cause Did internecine struggle so machinery of government springs of honor and jus is more of either teft Or is it the outgrow A of and the love of money root of all this unhappy state of af muBt be this last Ftotn tVe highest tho private to tho ftem the captain to the Iron the pcasimt to the teeitf inflneootfand vflo 5n departmcBt of from officer of State to the KV t ittlu jury of last year will have to hold over ind serve there was not time according to law to draw a new On some accounts this w but thens is one crumb xt satisfaction In the the thieving of county fraud will not how be one oftho broken jail ued to parts f General Btrknap had won bis dwtiaguishod position by his his patriotism and hifi services to the He has all by one false und that one in all alone by of Bociul which grow oul f the jind glare of the capital The lesson is a fearful ciw but none the less valuable i to those who te as he Iws the lesson and the subject is a good and fruitful one to write about at this particular time and we take no the Probate s Article only in that it too frag and stops iftout where it ought to have In the reading it most people will regret that one who could moralize and speak feelmgly Babcocfc und tlae crocked whisky and dilate up f the turpitude nf a bribe did carry man era alenir own to State cnunty affairs in pour old down trodden Sooth Have we not ipnrkersind Whippens and sta1 public take and all taMes of the law and the THE Our City under the able and combined manageroftnt of Sheriff Mayor is pretty in ite way taking of the town and county wardi and malefacters and the only wish of the citizens is that the institution was more extensively patron short of 3 supply of ankle chains and OHLOE a poor old paralytic hnnd bracelets suitable fora lady oF colored woman staying with Mrs Serendai and not consider on Ml into the fire ing it safe her in tho Hotel un Monday last and wa luincd to asainat her sentenced her 10 T j THE New York Herald says ifc is not thirty days banishment from and j m A t true that Be knap has killed himself gave her just twenty minutes to put 11 j lit is only the Republican pjrtj that he helt outside the cororate r tp herself outside the corporate The last seen of Serenda she was trip ping the light fantastic toe as she went over the railroad bridge repeating hese lines i sweet Ill tread thy streets no And never ge a bully drink Till thirty daya arc old Doctor my bottej dear t wont get home Till daylight doth appear Malefactor This putron and friend of the establish is stopping there for the benefit of his having partaken too freely of his neighbors Bills stay in town is probably Soon af THE petit jury for the coming term of i court stands 19 colored to 17 The same old grond jury hoW In some the picture is not object of wot 3h ip that it need be left on the fiidewtlk over entire for want of mene by the town authorities THE in Main street need white washing and the muleracfea aod hitch ing posts in the sauie locality are be seeching trie Town give them a coat of ter the sitting of court Ive expects te continue his travels as where he will await Executive clemency fcnd an appointment to attend theOin 4 Gar also a guest and of the is occupying rooms in the soMtheiist comer Amongst Uiw feets arrivals is i i Major formerlyhigh and tip at tile Owl 4jeherai Sams present which are HO heavy airf weighty aa to coofiw him to his were cottferred ou him for getting into wraogie motherin of the Nurenberjcrs Rntreat and the Ilnssicpurliuesof Ourve The complaint againfttGar s for the cureless use exhibition of firearms belonped to somebody The and cause of com Againfc other occupants of the tpueH having been noticed tri irktcMTS unusually caseinwieh gettting the wortt of until a bright tnatter whnt you call secures a place in the Presidents A bribe obtains i first class mission is minister j hjM to bueak which to a foreign mutter about puthouse pedlar or poker so long as you are able to down with a princely every ulaoe is without tho Is itany that we liave mine peW playirtg Minister bribetaking Bclknape and crooked whisky when President feiaiself Bets the any of these recent he was the office held by Wttsh Adams and Jackson ever as it so now disgraced the present d scandalized of of in the person Chief Magistrate he proceeded to accompliBh by demol ishing the breaking lip bed in right hero ic inakitt uscoifhe diswemfeered Cable legs to clear the When tfee duetcleaicd away Sam found himself a fer as the iolav but a prisoner in the of town with all due conducted him to the Central Station where he was introduced in due by our Aifcentown to bis who fined Sam ibr cruelty to rmimals and his too summary manner of bi caking up r L and extra for making the who is known the world over usc Of indecorous language as our us the bribe taker or ihe man who never Faxm and tlie the snow slad to the cluud HemptuT Qucsfc Serenda court S iie m ore capt hills of ihe couics the echo ir iiwake Let nil be The rime for regeneration and a new order oi things Let not this Centennial found drunk the srreets and disturbing the UhUal juiet of the Serenda was didos want to go tic Wiuldnt stay quiet after pot there j pvcterred the or the land whew they haJ a good Ten Commandments tke bargain Andffhat is the use of making such n Tiurluberln over wrren wo have scores of thieving rascals rigUt lwre have kad the vilauoiw hardihood tn murdur Justice by rob binji jury unj steftlmg the last pittance teat friends have left for the widows and orphans what is the use of writing hypocritical editor ials It IP the fiame old story over of Satan rebuking has come J Let not this Centennial jani parfct whew they haJ a good bil coinuieiiiorative of that glorious of jir0 three square meals a day i tun sn victory won by our pass away until 1niud and corruption is hurl dJ CANT IT and unwarrantable shooting of re turninto nuke their homes io NowiUMcis3woetertothc our cit izens itud vnfttors than and warblings of little Wo thattlK wanton at4 wicked kilN by be hy the lowo uuthoritic as a shame and imsiince ed from power mid country the honor of the m former visitor to our and who had made all arrang to come to Aikcn to spend died very suddenly in New about ten days of A GENTLEMAN from the who is accustomed to contend wfob rzettmiM and drifts of rean sayihe wishes it storm so he eould we what kind of an afiair we culled bad weather in issuea of THE COURIER further is left over for it future THE formers aroowd Aiken have com planting Furnished apart menU at this ure eyes not eyo9 7 the wind makes them When THK Board of Equalization will meet nt the ou the third Mon day in THE proverb Laugh and prow What a saving of corn it would he if pigsconld COTTON Some went to the premises rfKeH and took but a fine bole of and after ripping off the bagging und carried away Jiboat hmndrcd of cot poisone to ea Kuhstonce a ofwhisky which hfthad Have they jury box rob bers u that and was Hendrir up Clerk of Court NO This weuk was tin umc for the open ing of he March term of our Circuit but owing to the eternal fitness of we have no No Judge No Solicitor No Court The Judgy the Solicitor convict and both suspended for ihe time bc to abide final resultsThe exact status of though nut easily ex w bo perfectly uttder by as very few came to town to see about Old the semicentenniul cii not up to cry about But Henry But bv thu aid of two sh was finally domiciled in the female de On searching the capacious pockets of which were nearly as deep and as a three story Saratoga m extensive supply of groceries find small stores were fiuch as supposed to have been obtained without money and out at the various around which she had vidited the troicherous tang but unable to e outside of the establish Scrcnda conceived the fugacious idex of firiusc the institution and ran ninaway the JiSht U Do not Fail to attend the Thad deus Church at the Lyceum Hall m Thursday evening THE first words of n Gntriteville citi ifii when he meets in the morn in Who was robbed last night FOR bushels of sweet potato 81 per Apply to FIFTY newspapers have been started in the United States since So says Georjre BovreJI Newspa per OSOAE COLTO will deliver a lecture at the Presbyterian or the 18th nt 4 op the Literary Works of Charles The lecturer is well known nerds no eulogy from us to secure him a full house as limto The lecture w in aid of the Pns bjtcTian Tickets can be pro cured at the Highland Park the and the law of Fnley N wonder the people have confi when the best physicians are pre scribing Bulls Cwjrh Syrnp in all cases of Mixious WE nre requested to anuonnco that the John Williams will rroacli in the Montmorenci Baptist on the Sabbath in this tonn up to cy aou alias Honey the irrepre these benevolent aims were ted by the prompt extinguishment of the and Serenda was immediately brought before his lately his The by has Woolsey entleuina New we un THE and petit jury to serve the extra cim of to be held Monday in this TUwo thus arc iolored Cnnd Midlftton Augustus General Hcmy Moses Toby Henry T Johnson und Hatuptvn John Henry Anderson i Isnac CatW Hamey AHVed V Geoie John Lukci Cvlnwbus Jacob   

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