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Aiken Courier Journal (Newspaper) - March 25, 1876, Aiken, South Carolina VOLUME 2 NUMBER 73 X MAKOH 1870 OLD SERIES MAli find after this date th6 Postotitae loxrs will be an follows1 During the week from to I SO and from 3 to 6 oclock OP m to 0 fcridge ami Etial Sundaysftt 1 open oh Tuesdays at B xi1 clock nccoin V STORM ANV THE FIRE The eqamocJbial storm of this ith the 6oWfc told which of any which has occurred for a ionlima The wind com menced blowing brisklyfrom the west Thursday increasing in force and up clouds of until Saturday night about elereti o wfcen itshitted to the bring ing down a shower of sleet and hull which rattled against wiudowpanea in riht old fashioned Northern oay it and it may have betfn zs as wj did not 4e8Ve Otfr firesieleto as there of tho fleecy element left in swear to A e twenty north of says when Ihe deft tidme snow covered the ground tto of four The leaven of iwarly ull the fruit and for the exception of a as well ae early to be as iltiyatlon of early fruit and vege tables is becoming quite an enterprise ID and around This storm seeum have beeo a We have telegrams from England and March the snow in some of the railroad on the Northwestern be tween England and ww forty feet md that were all stayed blocked in in one and that it was snowing in and In Mass neur a train was iblown from eame late at fche BDOW tvas tea inches tile fetfteet Jill and the snow still falling from the which has been severest of the1 and She ravage uf Jack Frost in the vvge wehive nothing more to xif kiugs doings in Unlike our tister Au Columbia aixJ poor fkld tire hewas notfollowed by THE WIRE in the Inst named swept sevepil entire squurea of valued rendering over one hundred families the iartrost which has happened C O Jl in thatjplacc flincuthe great firo This uikturtuno the of great umrvogst the poor it w learn tlhat tJije weaithy L A r o fu readily to the the following Utter will I5ft i March To the Editor of the News and C Will you please Invite the public through your journal to aid poor who iiafepoly by tho dibufi jAc Hhall contrib live hiiMdred jjind pnu hun Jo thu v i V ill w t ihe on which there the other occurred during thf storm ll wooden ten THE CONVICTED trial of Judge Montgomery Moses in the Senate brought to a close by n ver drct of impeachment on the 21st instt The votewus tnten without A very large crowd filled the gallory aud the House atttndei in a Thirty two Senators were of the ofcly This is a good andonly a beginning of what ought to be Now iheni go on And iuipeafch and try the other tascabjatid the country wilt think they mean ere a attendance at this extra term of ralher better thftQ WfflB antici considering wie seiraon for Xlitly fetich hive been issued for the pur pose of bringing in the The bar rs well particularly and rising caembers of thf His Honor Judge as rs customary is pushmjr matters along as industriously as circum stances will Something over twenty true bills have been found by the grand and several quite important eriuiinal cases huve been tried and the partiies found but to the fihaane and Disgrace of tlhe cduryty htfve been allowed to make their It is cz fchatrlie cdminal docket will be cleared this The Conrt of Common Pleas will probably continue next full of which will appear in our next t j THE NEW PEflt THE public county will close on next Fr THE great cry in Charleston is wa ter water water THE grand jury havij found a true bill in the jury box robbery Scxt March BEAR theoew petit jury 4rawti for this a suppose rf the drawing dotio witu that we have but few white men in Insteadof from the vote of the last eTee we very nearly equally divided negro majority being only about one I saj cnfigrQ because so few white men Tote the Rad ical ticket in thlfi It is everjont1 who can draw or select a Suutfe Carolina It requires a ntan of rare one doufcu the capacity of Rock Trell Carstenj batMr Chatjfield has disappointed Every one expected better of He is evi dently in iwid an seems to have been governed by the his Very The West and Ike from the Northwest vAo visited Port on way to Flor numberedifour hundred and twenty of whom one from seventy from and sixtytfrom There were fifty two ladies in tbe There sionists are said not to liavo been were bueinesB rflprosontinjr ill tbe different material interests in Wie who South to judjc of its resources and its people lor Fourteen prounnenl jourttafe wcvo The i wove much pleased with fcheif and all uost disposition totrards aec Abbeville Press and Ban apimttn Jiasbeen him r It is said that f some time ago turoe4 W horao out to TTIJE fellow who to run for has now got the Sheriff running after STOP that coughing ff yon do not it may kill Bulls Cough costs you c drfd its timely TISP may save your ant of good ayetem of water which would have cost the city of Charleston a million of one hundred hxrmes were swept away with property to the awoujot of PALMETTO RIFLE Attend tjie regular muuthy meeting of your at the on evening Marok at 7 By order of the ScKNfi in a LaurenB street butcher t uMake and break the bones in Browns and put Williams ribs into the All as I saw off Murphys leg and cut Johns sotfs kidneys POOR Is a man in South white or mean enough to wanfc to assassinate Holland the little possum eating runt member from he ouglit to drawn and quartered without the benefit of such poor jjji The Democrats had aHvely meeting at Lybrands Ward on 3Iareh T3ie rfolluwing gentlemen were ohoeen officers defct Kichard secretary and treasurer j Henry li delegates to the County Conven to at Aiken on 14th of a Bmali oak V its It in thought acorn jtll into the bush JAIL Wednesday night last there was a general escape ol county prisoner from the town guard room pace where the coatffcy au thorities huvebeeoin hitbit of quar tering tfce county previous to trial aud seriteirce at the Court of The persons who escaped are James white John Brooks and Isaac liad ibeen tried at the present term of and found guilty of burglnry and grand and was awaiting The ue Krooks and had also been tried and found guilty of Cow We have heretofore frequently reported ifche guardhouse as an unsafe Aad u fiuituble placu to keep prisoners in for more than hours at a grand jury have visited place sand made i report to that T fact that it was ueeafe and utterly un fitted for the purpose for which it is nsdA has long been known lo the coun ty authorities for nhoutsvery pmcner of crny note who has been placed in thete who is to blame for ail this i The Bfceriff says the County will not furnish him with a and refuse to pay him for the expense wVich he hag al ready incurred hi keeping one Stt gone Is there no remedy foe fce remiBiiess on their part If tb there is a great lameness in the these jfrfrgs be looked for the become too heavy to be ALL the in this vicinity will bave to be replanted owing to the re cent cold famous old Daniel Drew has drawn too heavily upon and the younger Bulls and Bears of the stock oard have driven him the AIKEN TOWNSHIP DEMO CRATIC Notice is hereby given that on the first day of being first Saturday in the will be a meeting of the Aiken Township cratic In the Lyceum at 12 oclock All members are re quested to and such as have not yet joined the Ctub ian doso at too bove specked time md March 1876 Travelers Tales There is spot in mdtlvat is There is but one civilized spot in and lhat TlreTe is but one of any kind in and that is Whatever elsewe do inutrt avoid the river for dear lifes Whatever else we do we must settle on the river Northerners cannot be out after sun Xorlherners can be out aTl nigUt if tkey Wo need nofc carry because xvUeo itroins jnFbridu tliocandy soil soaks thti water We may leave our rubbers at because it rains in It is hotter on tbe river than it is by Departed this life nnd entered into rest on the morning of March I37ot at about 3 JULIA beloved wife of for merly of Conn the past eipht years ft resident of in the 48th year of her Although in delicate health for eeToral yet the end and fatal iwue of Smiths illness was net anticipated more than two or throe Afroottwo Weeks ago Smith wns stverly ftHftckedwithinfla of from to be Monday at nuon there look place an unfavorable from wbifeb ebe nerer While hopeful of A restoration to healtB Smith yet realize that the isfiuo mightbe and was rendy to leave herctise in the bunds of Aa who doeth all tbings Tbo synipathies of the entire community are with and childven in their Wedoubt not that their our loss ie her and sorrow is for those who are left behind and not for her who has gone It is just as it is on the The thtirnjometec Kits een known to run to uoie hundred degrees in De The thermometer tievor rises above ninety degrees in Ice fiomettjies tormfi in about Ice never in Florida at any There fe nothing to eat Florida TkereAS as muehtd eat in Jlprida on there ia want asytUing to aat itt Cany your muslis dresses with you if you wiab tfl nvoid itnaiwiiata dissolu At your peril go without yuur widl find it difficalt to hc cawse of the barking of dogs w vlucli the South Never heard do bark ia You may be annoyed by the pound of passing 03 the hard shell rrmds of large ejitatolishinents to Broad such aii of business we the extensive fcrnitttre warehouse of 147 and 149 Broad Thw building was form erly the Ettgfe and Ptueuix and was leased by Rodtrers about five years and was altered the pose of his in a most thorough so that to have one of the most complete estab lishments the kind in the must bo admitted to be well founded after going over The three stories of the building are thus The offices und roows are tooMted on ihe first itid the sepoud floor is used for a similar Here can fce found clashes of from the cheapest to the most expen and from cbair worthJwif ft dol lar to a parlor set worth L five hundred On this floor is located the taking and here can be found one of largest assortments in tbe from a common coffin to tho most expensive meU4Jic In this line oi Eogars oan not be for quality and low The third floor divided off in ft most systematic urrangctneoc of de Thiprd for the storage of Vedeteade looking varnishinj means of an elevator W tne of the greatly a It takes fourdayato go to It twa three niphts o go to It takes a week fe to There is in Florida m There is malaria in Florida all the year Tkete is never any malaria ao A It gives tne testify to the piomptiKfflunAenerjsy with which insurance wpent in this brought the loss iil my house be fore the insurance and secured a settlement and I would advise others hftvinjr property to insure to place their business with where ftey oriy fre sure they will secure hia endeavors to have jugticc done JOHX MrRogers has moet de served hw nil yf conduct has always been to fririy Represent to his cuytonici8 Cery He buuinoailn 1865 iu a 5tore not far from his preseoc and his honest dealiuj has built up a very heavy So far as Edge is he enjoys al most a monopoly tha pur of that In 1870 in as a silent a son of ot tUe firm of DeGraf one of heitviestfamlture houses of the United De Graff is a enUenjnn olf most nsreeabJe and nu able partner in building up tfce busiwcis of the new uiilk I have three full bipod Al one 10 one 18 tnonths TrtucVi exchange for cows or ifi ED Highland March 18T61
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