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   Aiken Courier Journal (Newspaper) - October 19, 1876, Aiken, South Carolina                                W VOLUME 2 103 OCTOBER MAIL July On and after this date the hours will te follows During the week from to 1 91 and from 5 to I 10 10 pk on Hammond and Thursdays at 6 at Merritts Bridge and Efcal Mails close OB Sundays at 1 o1 elect aiil open on Tuesdays at Vfltock au ratf AIKEN SiMce our ket in which i staled that warrants of arrest were to bo inted against a large number of lira beat of our for partici pation in the Ellen ton muoy of whom wore not within 15 or 2f miles of that place at the under the di rection of Canton awl who wero sect here by Corbin to work up the hw been going steadily on up to this if we are rightly in formed by Deputy U Maishar wbo made arrests in this neighborhood is Doff about consuimted being only two or three who are too fll to come to who hnve not voluntarily come m and jjiven bail in the amount of for their appear unce at the United States at Co on the fourth monday in Novevt feer bail in all oases wan readily the best citizens of the place TOttiittg forward and offering to bail the accused to any amount The fellow ing is a list of those persons agftinrt whom warrants of arrest were and who have given bail Goo W F W Leiglton 0 J L 3 E W W C H B John M J J J W Burril P B F M Luther J J J P HanfcereenB J A Stul W E R E Tyler G Sum W W W G E B JO John colored Alonzo HaHyy husband of theJudy who was beat en H H F W Weathers Barney laaaC Isaac Jaeob Foreman Jtxiob W O Iticbard Fuse Wm Kindred John K J Scott J L Win 0 J A W T T H Geij Glover T James Shade John Wm Jesse H Chas Pich Theo Job Buriwjy Jeff HiEBp Jack Kit James J H W W Miller James Coblx Angus P Paus Tom Chas Luther Wm C Samuel F Hanker Wm Taroll W T Butrs Boysey This government is a union equal it be any union ut Tlierocati be no Union in Thore can no union of States and If our expert to receive any yftfce btess possible to a union of let thew adjust themselves to their obliga tions to the If our northern cspect to continue to receive the stings possible to this un let them all their wisdouj Justice und indnesfl to nmkethe States of the South ieel at home in the THE RAD 1C A L Grand Radical Rally which oamc off on the 17th was a decided so far the speaking WM tind still more so in the and interest manifested by Colored who attended the which was coninod Almost 0 those dwelling in Aiken ind At no during were there more than three hun people upon the gronnd one and fully three quarters of these one Venders and Both Chamberlain for reason or failed pet In Have two given up the in or do they thint that aod the Httfc taiWvan wtMbe gvne in Aiken ty without mtit usiAanoe IlifMog addresaed by Secretary of State a plug mattM from itter incendiary fully that of the fanatioa1 of Camp The iq cne of all the was and given by a A tap of tbfl a groan from the trmu txww and a blast from the was the signal for which was generally given with but very little vitiN The meeting broke up at quite an early houri when the band followed by a dilapidated rabble of both of the ragtog and bobtail the colored ele ment of the escorted the speakers down o Stooeys tailor After which followed fey two yoathfuJ darkies mounted npon ancient th cor tege yelling like filed the dfetMMtt tofm veraflied wonied a Radical rally of the olden when Moses was ruler in the land and Darnel was his AttorneyGeneral and right hand man o help him cheat and humbug tbe peo CHAMBERLAINS DESPERATE The desperato game which Governor Chamberlain is attempting to play in South by introducing the mili tary and martini for the purpose of intimidating Democratic voters in the will prove a perfect tire in Aiken and Barnwell the pooplc ever expected and desired wns a fair open election and an honest and th ut they are determined to martial lawor no martial And then the matter as probably it will be on tlic 7th of November Jet those who have attempted to usurp the liberties and enslave a united who arc determined to nsscrt their man hood and be kmV to for them is a point beyond which pa tience ceases to Le u virtue md in the of many that point is near at hands GRANTS October A full Cabinet except Chandler leaves for New The President has issued u af1 ter a preliminary referring to the slate of affnirs in South The proclamation coinmunds aM persons cn iti siid unlawful ary o disperse ami retire peacefully to their respeclivo home within three days from this and herejifter abandon siid combinations and submit theinstlves to the laws and constituted auihorities of said There is not the must remote intima of any intention on the part of the Federal Government to assist Clumberlaia in depriving citizens of South Carolina of their private arms THE EARb ARE The says the York exhibiting a Bis mmrckinn force and In relation to his order to the he Declares the law shall be as implicitly and promptly obeyed in every one of the Southern States afi it is in every other part of the and every agency and power needed to enforce it shall be energetically and unrelentingly appli The Houston Telegrvpk tartly says that this official knowi perfectly well that not one particle of evidence is in his possession to show that a single individual in the outetde of his own seallaffagging and caifeubaggtng proposes or even wiahtf to violate any of Che laws of the United His own party friends violutcthem every He violates aijl supports in their violation fol lower and yet be swells ani and holds up His and out his and spreads out his tail ib that turkey style which he thinki Bismarck and talks loudly about the lordly way in which the South hat to be kept in order and in This Dog berry has more awkward and Jess skillful cunning than any of Grants aod he succeeds ip exposing all the tricks of the Radical policy in such a flaginnt and way that not only does he conciliate nfbody and make no friends for his party he succeeds in estranging even those who were the supporters of his bikt ignorant of the iniquities it was at Taft is a good beast to bear but his ears are too long to pass him off for a lion and roar Ire ever so he is but a braying ass The bayonet policy adopted in Sooth Carolina elicits the following comments rom London Jtfalt a eading English journal The Federal troops have already been called to aid the State Government to order and secure freedom of ion in South Oaroliniu The state of is what the Chandlers un4 the nrtoDS and the BoutwHls and the But ere of the Ilepublican party been jagerly looking If they can resus the hostilities of the civil war they have no difficulty in diverting the Northern mind from the teira sensational question of and then the election of Hayes will mean simply the pro negation of present syKtem with a new The Attempt to turn he Uritt of the campaign usido to the questiun of Southern outrages will we may be j a the uinst enlightened Auievicans the of the Rypuhlican party is due if not to the tact that politicians arc able to prove themselves riyhteoua at u chnup by abusing titc South and associating thu South with the Chamberlains The icovo we learn about Chamber lains proclamation the more out coiiviction grows that tt is a master piece of Public ai the Nurth is thoroughly aroused on thrs and while many seem inclined to think that the technical dibbMsdingoftheclubs should resorted to in aVoidunce of the technical objections raised by the tho of disarming the white population is treated with utter The members of cluba have bought and paid for their own and even if they be denied the light of iissocirtion together for military exercise r improvement in mtikman thot is no reason why they should be robbtU and put atthu uiercy of n Governor und turbulent ne gro militia New York JOINT DISCUSSION AT CAIN WHITE MEN J KILLED AND THIRTEEN At A political meeting at the above named place on Monday in which a large party of botb Dem ocrats and Republicans P Connor and Bowen being of the A cowardly attack was made upon the unarmed whites by a large party of armed and two of the whites killed and thirteen It seems them had been an agreement made by the leaders of both in order to avoid aud a fair discus that no firearms should be allowed upon the The negroes had a large number of muskets secreted in the bushes near at and at R given sig nal the Republicans who were masked on the outside of the crowd to the num ber of over two made a seized their guns and commenced an indiscriminate slaughter of the Demo who were gathered around the speakers Seeing themselves trayed and entirety without the party made the best of the way to tho town and which brought them from Under the circum stances it is a wonder there were not many utoro killed and wounded than there Sheriff Bowen did not re turn with the party and it is not known whether he is killed or prob ably as Cainhoy is a Radical stronghold and would not knowingly do violence to a favorite Campaign The Truth About Republican STOLEN FROM SETTLERS The toUl number of acres of public bestowed in land grants by Repub lican Congresses is the total given away is square a larger area than that of New Massachu Rhode New New Ohio and com The total area of all these States is only square WHAT MIL WHEELERS RAILROADS HAVE The bunds issued to Pacific railroads by Republican Congresses which are j now outstanding n mount to md the amount of interest paid by the United allowing by repayment j by trjinsportJitiyn of umount to POUR THOUSAND MILLIONS SPENT BY From March to June the entire net ordi nary expenses of the Government weiv 195 from June j tn June or 14 they exclusive of the public to The net ordinary iXpensus 5in the ten yeirs of peace since are The total i expenditures of the six years of j dent ending j with June 1865r i THE FACTS ABOUT SOUTH j The property valuation in South Cirj olina amounted in 1860 to 000 in 1870 it was a j decline of 67per The tax levy nmouated in 1860 to in 1873 to an increase nearly 500 per Tho evpenseb auinunted in i860 in 1973 to an nenrh 700 TNR The tntiil liabilities of the Savings Uwwnibor were nf which to the colored dt One f the causes uf the f bank the exifjnt of OLD SERIES 303 of these were found in branch and amounted to at leant forty thousand The principal irreg ularities and frauds were how at Hero the money was not stolen means of loans on depreciated Five officers of the Bank wore connected with the Ring GOT and loans were made on dis trict securities which could not be for anything near their face The Bank was founded by a Republics administered by and stolen bankrupt by Repub lican And yet the Republican party claim to be the especial friend of the Political The Sioux war is over und ihe troops will proceed to the turke ing Haye in the The demand for reform is now un heard in the Republican Balti more Ho well wrote the life of Hayes m four There wasnt muob to do the last three Detroit Free Every vote cust for the Republican ticket at tho State clcetran is a vote for Hajes and all the and swind of Grants Cairo Republican party is a party of said Bristow in one of Ms very convicted of very ciirne in the catalogue of crimes and almost Naxhville It ts plain to all observing men that the Southern radicals are deliber ately attempting to get up race riots in the At Senate in this arid recently in Louisiana and South their intention is made so plain 90 fair person can longer doubt Vicksbitrg The politicians who so much affection for the boy iti blue love him only on condition that he will on their and not ho risked jifc on the field of battle to preserve the The aooner the blue uniforDis and the disappear our nation al politics the better will it be fur the N The peace and jioird order which have attended the latw elections in bauia andArkansys gives the lie dwct to all the nlleirations of the outrage and wo greatly public in the South in the the same peaceful and onlerl spirit is not An udujitedund inquiring foreign er writes nf the American is seeniihpIy cotii licatod system re duces to a beautifully si in pi j and symmetriciil The holders elect the md the Cor the This is the renl American cmisfchution in It should be remembered tnat if the Democrats had been in power in the the of tho iroverument would btive been ivduced instctid of So tiKit the people have by electing a Democratic and loss by not living a Dem ocratic Peona This sudden antl jrcnoral deteniiin ation to cnrry the on thc issue shows n deep and uncon troliible uhnrn nmong the Republican They arc evidently panic s i They have by this time com uiul their conelusion ap that on a fair and honest on real issue of the lose the Her   

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