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Aiken Courier Journal (Newspaper) - June 10, 1876, Aiken, South Carolina 2 84 in the lower of tHe iod after date by fffl Dutlw cotton bt for making IB i iaolibf are n We tkfr and burned off the the company proceeded at SPEAKER A POT HOUSE A VENUS rlOftSt attempt to Wttcken tha reputation KeirwiH nodoqbt prove his active pot house ward in district of New ex carconductor on Urn ThirdJaventje i pwfoe so obscure as be able to strike at a person tlifiitfagqfehed position of is that through the influence ADarlin exmembep oFCon fcite appraiser of the port of New Harney obtained the posi keeper in Washington which he held and then feftit iifc of sycophant in the office of Harneys real businesfi wus to stand at the door cf room and allow DO one to enter Dotbr dcairable com to collect yol assessmfiBtoTrffm the paid and in the apprakcrd The hborers ooinpldihect grwtly of the tyrahijal manner in which he exacted a part of their monthly out as Harney was looked upon as Uarilngs second they did not dare to grumble in liis These coniitiued through Darlings These nxplanatians are given for course by those who know the One is timt the committee now engaged io iavcfit4iuting the custom house ami the appraisers department are on theve of grand and thai Harnoy 10 duil the force ofthe Wowby accusms n promi nent Democrat of The other that Haracy Darlings influ no longer sustain and he dfsirfts to win of his par tiie KudiwH by doing them a FIFTYPOUR VOTES WANTED The wiJI go into the wn test wifhtSlof Votes re quired to Ar kansas Delaware Florida Geor gia Kentucky Louisiana Maryland Missouri North Cnrolinn Tennessee Jexas Viidnia Virginia5 Tores in r It icquires 1S5 so the Deiiuitracyiwill require 54 more ihan they hiVy already assured to The onlytwo candidates who canbrrng those 54 rotes to the the Lnuis arc Tilden and Otthe two Tildrn is the IN of New they have an admirable candidate of the tra ditinnnl a sincere Puund enough in his cconomicui virws t sitis uicrcantile cummnnities of the Atlantic yet Rafficiently adroit in politics the complicated doable capacity of aodi of the rno which fife that eight hundred hia and tbct If to they must all itick to the party and vote the iraF SUPREMAtfF OF THE LAW Mtrpt ii TO THE Governor btnteoi the hnsisBaed a Wling ttpon nil the officers agents of the law bring to just ao oouot those who have dared to ttsarp awftl prerogative with which the lawfully constituted repreventativce of pubfio justicff are atorte the sake in a letter to Judge the Qoterndr poggesft that tneaa ires be adopted to bring to joatice r w tiie two Matilda and Betty Perrin who are stil it and were by the Coronet jury W beinp accessories to the murder of the THE SULTAN COMMITS SUI STILL v The deposed Saltun of Turkey cou suicide by opening he rnnin ar teries in both arms with a pair of scya At last while the Eng lish doctors at Constantinople were holding ii post mortem examination to ascertain whether the dead Sultafi WHS realy defunct or and if the scissors were guilty of the rash the diplo matic quidnuncs in Downing street were holding a wise confab as to whether the other sick who succeeds was worjth keeping The world is now awaiting the result of the quid nunc bub still keeps moving alone receiving the no Republican Party to be stiBdard bearerin the presidential we the From the Swuinf Oovertior Tildcn m hit owti State ia signifipi things which are i by hjneet and crats outside of New York are two i in thit and GovertKV reseats one of opposes him constitute It is natural enough that thw and im Tammany M and are commonly labor to t 1 for high A TRIUMPH IN Jarret PnliuerB lightning tmin reach ed SMnFmhcisco June twentysix minutes less than ciijnty four office of the man thing that they o everything that but it will be i dieooureginfe V person of the Democratic and every man that party who sincerely seeks to make it the instrument of govermentai purification and a return to sound prin ciples and honest If such op position is ponuitied prevail in its Governor Tilden represent all rhat tbere is in the Democratic party which the public are at nil disposed to trust opponents represent that Which the people just now most earnest ly and the development rof the of the opposition in these uircumstances affords that party a precious opportunity to strengthen itself and win something of that popular confidence which itbtid ly needs by placing itfelf fiirly upon the side of the It Will not be asy to cbfee the breach which exists in the Democraticparty of this for the reason that ifc is never to reconcile an desire to do being nine hours md fprfcyfour i A if AH I right with aset wrong head or All the e r utes utiuaa u party were In Consequence of the bveiikflgiving oui n the descent had to be made in slow A was the Palace presided over by the Mayor of the city CompHnninttry speeches were the party worn serenaded in the THE BATES LOCK ADVERTISING Tilflen declares that he his no handra Lock advertising lob never supposed for n moment thut he had anything to do with It was a device of the gotten up by Petroleum llcads Nusby and his Radical friefid to injure Tilden but it will probably U with the qunck come to and it will be difficult to airange a CODI promise which ahull nut to he n mere Governor Tiidcn his fought manfully for Imrd onH It is iuipocsible to isiietake his thesr questions If this juncture the party in tho flciiuindsof the men in New York who oppose it can scarcely escape the reputation of a ing rejected those principles ami written hostility to them upon its whatever clever device it may hit upon for tlm fact under formal declarntiouB of His name has bem put for ward too far to be withdrawn now with out a declaration of to the principles which his name has advertising forgeriosas itwae with those listorieal they will return to the Radical crib to A RESIDENT of is in possession of the original manuscript of the general orders issued by MouU for the defence of then in daily danger of an UartodV uronVfirf th Tjtttgr of iifiai nn I attracta of the as he on Sotith Ctr biirljtf bot before thii wcS and when only part of sjw loof f f t T I it Was ttgtur on let of it is from a was soon and the lort WTIS lively tc low tlbc first the total loss of yiietwarfipet awottflted to f wholly Iwroe by the MunofaotuHug Com as they xbnried bo at that time upon the The capital stock of the Langley Mftnafao1 tnring u fonr humlref and and own fn thU neigk ih seven or eight j dred acres of what then a vll i comes into their locality on rwing pl ia regulwfe laget streets r l P J il years will afford jubpte filwde to the w SSiferty to the Tjr r Maim facturing the1 aymmetrical prbjortions of ample yard room and general culls from the northern traveler remarks erf that in South Carolina Pomuch of thrift and enterprise is first projectors of this maijufaciur inj enterprise were mew from whose for the far sur passed knowledge iu They commenced their in and after an expenditure ii nearly a they failed for wnru funds to carry on the work nothavingstaried or put In position a single Hav ing borrowed largely from Messrs Laney of New gins the pmperty tosceire it eventually fui into their LHnglej nof heiftfi man offeivd the property for aut it looked upon as a and purchaser conldnnt be fnund For sometime known as the I Elephant In the early part of loy ind i eovcral of the prominent cifcitenof that city In the enterprise of a company to complete the winksnnd Mart which plans were fuh aud in the first cotton gooda were turned Although the enterprise has been it present they been Hardly four month hd elapsed after sturtux inanu before a terrific pile unroofed the extensive skylight on the factory and SOOM n portion of their mill dnm was Cashed which stuppcid their works for burhood over acres of ly covered wjtfe and their ma together with the cotton o grist and of i ver ofle which afford homes to a population of over eight hun dred of their fur the year ending January 1876t was yirdsu np and The tDonfhk inj ioTfTof exceeds will the cduon wtlMnRi J The rlace has been noted the or derly nnd of ite in have and very iginatel in langley to be ojjnsted in the criminal M In order that the introduc tory lines of the abive letter may not seem in had it is proper that it waft written for a Boston and is published in THE re ftfr Such are reps me induce os tr give our voice to fnvor tion of hthe JUnuts in And we will in our he will be strongest candidate wb MIC tinn can fo the oobittry for t Hat high office i 1 His ptibic life jnves 1 to the tMimtry thstjshnuld he be to the and fidelity would prcvnjl fn rhe tivc department of the jwNc service that public corruption and pvciiiiitiua would be b Ujrht toanendjthntTeforoi fCMiiomy public would take pUce wjhiih sj te m o r ti IK so ait te lofioye industty of of now oppress than thit tho would be to basis that be reitonedi feetweco the Nftrth and Soutli j iind and lite ife Wits Ibe restore to td incurred heavy expenditures in re The U i lie pairing tho Front thtune of ind The uuuniry is asking the Can wo iroFfilie Deinocrntic pnrtv and it will tike its very from the temper with which party this the compnny wore set1 fhe in other Stntes shnil deal with the I with four years of in i JiM wnuTii scheme The a they realized hanJsouie profits on liar There arc other Democrnts in i and the par v plenty ft he believe in the doctrineswhich i idvanced 25 this peculiar Democrat holds to be pri owinjr to the depressed to of ii oi1 mnry but he has nmimged to of of all rliey
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