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   Aiken Courier Journal (Newspaper) - November 2, 1876, Aiken, South Carolina                                VOLUME 1876 OLD 305 MAIL July On and after this dale the Pnstoffice will be us follows Duriug the week from to 1 30 oclock Charleston nncl from 3to 7 oclock 0 pm augurated nt the bejiininj of the 43d Conprcss and the Kepublican House of Representutives and Sennte passed fa vorably nearly six millions of dollars of these al of which had been bought up by the carpetbag The Democratic House of the 43 perceiving the infamous nature of plundering rejected these claims with scarcely an and only passed in all of claims of war The committees reported THEBlGBEAR OF ID If the South be now more united than the it is because the rascally plundering commenced there and have been felt more than in the The North also growing or its The people of this p03e yoJ thought we were a rifle club country are patient They are not castj Its doosed ly but once alive to the necessiclaimed a pretty little sub from ty of no power can restrain the popular New York State will lilden and Hcndricks The reg favorably only upon amount of solid against and no rneru in fch6 city is larger by many deluded phantom of impossible Southern supremacy can prevent the North and that nobody cm cell who struck Billy Lets unfir bayo go back to camp and take a and so they did they all fell in togeth er j the drum corps struck up Yankee and a small army that could degree of popular interestsuch as has no1 bave whipped Sitting Bull and thousands than ever showing South standing shoulder to shoulder exsted in un election for many years both marched peacefully to their against official The correction of the abuses that will Pnlledj but on tne 7th of November j ijng the against the Hammond and Greenland mails close on nt G and open on Saturdays at 5 p MerHtts yndffe and i i v mails close on Sundays at 1 ockok of the Republican 43d Congress j will present the South Oeing massed in those who may have supposed and open on Tuesdnys at 5 oclock reported favorably upon claims amount j future because when the com I Tlie full vote of New York City is never j to sleep and be doub claims to the The committee I follow the election of the reform ticket I next therc wi1 be Polled a Vote that any apathy existed among Demo ing to over It is therefure mon tie nf resistance to oppression and I crats heTe Loual and C0unt7 GET READY FOR THE ELEC Next JufisdaVj the seventh is Carolina and Aiken County expects every man to do his Wo speak to tho good atid true men who live among those who have the honor and wel faro of our mother country at We nsk every both white evident that this infamous conspiracy j plunder censes to bind he States of thnt the taxpayers of the country section they will separate ac can have no effect upon the State or National any rivalry was checked only by the vigilance of the Democratic nnd the inaugura tion of the policy of retrenchment nnd Should the Republicans again obtain control of and retain the control of the the Treas ury will be fairly swamped with those of which are and the sectional issue being their sole day and do his whole Let every person entitled to a vote be present and cast that md when that is done nearly nil of which ire now by solid by carpetbaggers and their I dependence for continuance in power and to go to the polls on election j Under the Repub and for immunity iu their Hcan control of the Government any j r scheme of plunder is because the nature of their party admits of leg islative and their only hope of cording to their individual views and inj betwcen ocal filctions wi1 0nIJ result in no longer any peculiar calling out a fuller institution like shivery to compel them to be Until the correction of abuses by gen eral the South will remain because it has been and will continue to be the policy of the radicals to keep it then see that no other voter is prevented from doing the same because he lias DO way of reaching the Let every buggy and wagon bo used in carrying the old and sick to the When every man has thtu wait until the count is made ard the result de clared wait if you have to stay at the polls all Tuesday If we will all work success Then let us make our minds for hard and steady Onr ATcw York VICTORY IN THE To the Editor ofThe CottrifirJournal Iiearn that your peaceful little vil lage came near being converted a few days ago into a scene of very rifle ciubs and varying the monotony of their life by occasional excursions int the surrounding country to irake pris oners of men who wont vote for Cham berlain or Grant and to keep them in jail till the Doting is be cause the folks in Columbia havntyet been able ts invent a crime on which to make an indictment agifinst this is we hear down in our part of the country nnd we want to know in your next if its The It is known to oar readers SCHEME OF The radical carpetbaggers in the havingbeen Gepnved of the op of makin fortunes out of the public purse from a democratic control be ing established which implies a stoppage of all swindling schemes or by the ex October As I wrote you last the Repub licans are already had anticipated the October elec tions ao confident that they claimed Indiana by major Chandler boasted that Ohio would give from twenty to twentyfive thousand majority that he should con sider anything less than in the light of a and the crushing defeat they not more by the loss of Indi ana and West Virginia than in the im tnenie Democratic grain in stunned c 7 Rouses Bridge and Hamburg eniirely into the F and I write now to your journal to ascertain the truth of I have townspeople of A ito that within the It is said that a short time ago two companies of United States having been ordered to A iken3 had ar rived and were on the march to success Is founded upon With the Democrat in power schemes cao not have ar y chance because the party of reform is necessarily bound by its principles and declarations as to its conduct in the and is pledged by its recoid of lust year to continue ics career to retrenchment md Examination of the claims passed by the Republican Fortythird Pongress will show in nearly every case they have been assigned to Borne radical set tler in tho The certificate of loyalty is easily supplied by be cause an oath is too trivial a thing to stand in theway of thegain of profes sional It is a fact that very cover from the All hope of cari couldnt think what to the camp where some three other com panies of their brethren were already earing an attack from those hwrrid Butlers cavalrymen who utter such unearthly and believing that some of those nunghty rifle clubs against whom Chamberlain had proclumated so were prowl i tig about seeking whom tiey might they advanced and kept on the Apparently it was well for them they did fur the occu pants df the camp already in bcar jind they have not andcannotve ing the measured tramp of approaching few of these claims remain unassigned it is also a fact thnt an understandine b has been reached with the bag gers of the that if they in maintaining control in certain South ern such as South Mis haustion of rho communities plundered as in the case nf South turned their attention to the Federal nnd in case of Republican success this to extract forge sums of money from the thev have sissippi and North and Hajes should be they ure to have their Treasury of the United States mine of wealth of the whisky is nearly and the people are so well informed of the iniquity combinntion thnt further efftrfs in that direction will bo likely to prove unre They brought up almost possible claim against the United States Govurnwcnt relative to dnmrigc dnnc property by troops during the They are magnifying the amount of these and their intention is to pwt them through Congress to an As a part of this iniquitous argument rying this Stale is gone in private conversation many of the leaders concede New York to TiJdcn and Hen nnd their only hope is in carry ing enough of the Southern States to overcome the loss of this No argument iu necessary to prove that they cannot possibly do The causes thnt have reward in the plunder of false or mag nified The people will rice up j in the immense Democratic gains wher to defeat this gigantic conspiracy against I over elections havebeen held so far will the public nnd they will do so j result stilt greater gains in the clcc driving the theirs out of and electing the party of Retrench and whose majority in the House of Representatives secured scru tiny of all doubtful reduction of tions tn The bayonet policy n and whose triumph now will j who wish to vote the Demo secure that hearty union between differ ent sections of the country which ren ders it impossible for nny set of men froiu any State or section to turn public treasury into a private HOXOR TO At a grand Tilden and Kefurm con vention of the soldiers and sailors of the they nrf using the j held the capital of New ipiinst the election of the I the by order of the conven iii that the Democrats was telegraphed to Wade Hamp wuld be likely to delete the Treasury ton by pyymcnt of Rebel This ALB is thecry Stup thief raised by tlic To Wade C The officers and soldiers and sailors f and were at once formed into column nnd marched out in the direction fro at which the unknown was Soon they discovered the orange force in he a loud bnt emulous howl Halt What rifle club isthat Disbmd or well but V the oidcr was not not having been On this the men from the cuinp were quickly deployed line jind oruered to No sooner did the boys in blue whu had just see a rebel force as they thought it coming rapidly on they too wero formed into line and dashed forward to meet their old enemies once more and to their way to the But ere tho bayonets of the opposing furccs clash a shut hid been a third purty appeared on the Three companies of infantry who hud also been ordered to Aiken had just arrived by i different and became The DUTC presence of Utiitcd States j suddenly spectutors of the impending troop is as likely to restrain the violence Ifdd in the name of the of ignorant Republican ncijroos as it iUnited oxelstimed their officer to iminiidate those who have become tired of the taxes nnd low wages resulting from rule three or four some fiftee tional prisoners have been at the beck of a United States himself a aaniditlutC for Na tional Aiken and lodged in the county Fnr what offence these picn have been takou from their houwennd to be incarcerated io a dungeon built fur the reception of neither they themselves nor we But that they are victiirs to the tyranny of the unscrupulous a itocrafc Grant nnd the vile carpetbagger is very Kerry we are to add that they have and are being ad ditionally victimized at Yes at hove in Aiken Living at distances trying from 2 to 30 miles Ql their horses with and a fact that some of onr popular keepers are now Aeseunfortu nate all of dtnlar and a half per for the keep of their There is a future of retributionccni j inj as well as a present of speculation us we say to the colored so say we to the wo will retneuber these who oar iviends in the day of our If patriotism and generosity shall have their due assuredly extortion the Snifth will be a failure as has the blyody policy in tho All that the Democrats of the South ask ts ii fair and that those col eratic shall be permitted to do so without molestation Jnrai colored Re whose fcjirs und passions are and a vtfshall not be AN til0 played upon by udventurera uid po their own nnd ibc next to bis men rebel rinY cluhs ire murdering the nii Charpv charge J right between On the other the belief that it J nd disband and on they come slupdash bo ween the lines at the double They hope to make their sation tits Deuifcraey the occa son and cover for their own schemes of I the Union army in the I ate assc trust the as nn w ill bo induced iiiinst ciafion nf is really their own vile If the Doiuocrats liad obtain ed control of th these wh care nothiuj fur the public argument the sham denun btad here toiiay in MJISS i the of thtrtyeight und independent Stitus to complete oqunlity a common extend tho right htmd of fellowship to is the intention of the Administration to use the military power of United States in the interest of Hayes has al ready lost the party more votes in the Nnrtlthan it can possiuly gain in the The people that if they would have peace and fra ternal and ii to be a re OLD John KobinsonR Groat comprising a Aquarium and complete exhibit at Aiken on her This mammoth show is iho inonavch of til amuse ment and demonstrates what can be oceouiplisbad by a experi intliuritablo energy and vast Uncle John Robinon is the best known sli jwuian in tndso great is IMS piiilcin the well meried rep uijttion which lie has tliut he es ptindrt money with a lavish hand to ndd new features In his concern every the patriotic people of Sputh whu irc with you in a Carolina lorious except Rd far as it can bo opi struggle fcr betior local for crated upon to linotheir own i Union of would have ulroady millions Jlourts and better of dollars of thrpubio fund for their personal TI Conspiracy was in of taxation Ilendricfcs must rliis siliii ISSLI2 0 thi this canva i people have d nd it i i th1 tide of vfiivn the innvcr of t a lessening of It is and bcttur to be d what the to any dnvicc A quiLk The wouldbe combatants fell aiiliast at this onset and the red dashed into the Halt H cried their They He looked and of all icas Why who in the an said lie uf the whercs rifle elnb By the replied a Ijujfiy Tapiain with cr is time for you t find that in the alliw to i you mean by United j I lii dedrtrt thats di I conK shouted a Ijitkinj Capinin of In funtrv troirt tilin nther iivytV just you were goingto do le usr i He Iiasu great many novelties thiy which cost over two thousand ndledto nlready num berless makea hie the greatest show on We tftke peculiar plect ure in ircoirtincnduijj KjbiuwMisex hibitions to upon tiic strength of the pronounced vtfKH on of tie anj the public whuxivi iic ha The entire uggiegnitKn will exhibits on the thcua be borae in tao lie   

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