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Aiken Courier Journal (Newspaper) - December 14, 1876, Aiken, South Carolina VOLUME 3 MAIL On niiu lifter Altogether he bore DECEMBER 1876 OLD VOL M 11 the cri to a culprit stand nir hours t fol parinc tii1 wcok iinm Af there iii received n y tho office not i 0 n up to receive his As snon is the of the certificates upon The Bump members arc without any publican sworn n Northern Charleston i nnil cksos uc I tibftito Mill uul cioc open iVi SMUT r I iL TUK lllAVESTY Ub DCLI 6 Housu iiiuv ai 1J ci kins roughs wore at tvry fully excluding ail from t ho Hati hoi iiMi Hi so hiit theui requireu pi d r i black lu tt l firat business attend d swearing in of 4 of vus this The nourious a biil v the nta an adequate J of thr widows and ed at KJiincon lie urjeJ as the Stated that there orphans of these As In killed at these this cratre of 13 urphani nud 1 or of doTed the snd bfccamfi appoiiiei from lie but the smell of iho war ii avd the e u decision of the rules and passed the GloMer linlhidd caSlel i the fact that no niic in tin of the Revised bu by Mickey that thero buy arid that if In buy it of After the i uii j IK irt houe aJj e the rft 12 i VTHE llVMP LAINS iNAUouaAL ADir 1 ot the of the Huuw and t few uiinuivs M xr ored Uc walked and c rs desk and proceeded to read a he hud remaine Lin culled i vrork in the and push tlrngs rapidly to the a when told that the military stil and the wont honor their to be I huld the shok his bead made an I expressed and ultima Judge Bond has delivered a discharging the Board of State Canvass ers from custody on the ground hat the Supreme Court of the Stnte had no juris administrator ot Mie MVHH m i ho stepped to the intelligent statement of the why ted strongly that tuis outrage must i h Till THE BANKS ENJOINED FROM PAYING OUT ANY STATE imgan ny j and then in M pinG1 the office to whiiih he the hhd to come CoLiMmAi December evenp en for second time called bi the j into He Carpcnter issuPd an injunc j GENERAL TIUGER s ice of the majnvity the with rcsponsi Only the lull knowlfdi of the iv cornccUd with h th Supreme tioll Qn Cumplaint of several tax Court had tho body over payer8 lffain9t the two in which Wallace presided as the cjty whlch been Stnte of duty could induce ful House and in the i Oi public the pro ln Nn patriotic citizen should 1 lawful Himsc ho pmposed to After cecds of tases iVom paying the deposits to with the will of aking simic The present struggle wns ulih principlewhich form loundation of the Constitu v us to the mode in which tuc House h id been on ciiecffi by Hridres was sworn thu House tnun terui ended December having 63 certificated which j his sureties do not begin If they falcd now the uovcrnmcnt President Grant decided to be the quoj be resp0riPiblc until he enters upon uid no be treated by those needed to constitute a lawful House of nis If their opponents of Bridges hav j lf ftmher hcld any Uiay they despair of a free is aim would he defend the ins been swnrn the Huuse took a rej cess until 7 BAYONETS BAR THE WAY December Constitutional HousiMir met at 11 this and a quorum at proceeded to After prayer by th f and the reading of the journal of yesterday iho Speaker announced the standing com The Congressional cnmmittce here en tered tlic hail in with M the basis of Clnmbcrhins inj and were iuvircd to on will not a lawful the fcVor of the to net is State Cur the nnd to w rntch ovtr The House met aL 7 m 63 j taxpayers Fay ne of presented F nib s him fmm preparing usual stiiement of matters which d during his but it Their meatest interest Uis occupi mcuibors having ficitificutes from the ifl without sureties for his acts as treas secretary of State urer under his new of made a in which he urged the advisability of the House tyking to rcsint all tsion of their legal scats in the Hall of of their at the If cannot coinitersigi his If the temporary injunction l sus iht Chamberlain Government necessarily starve as no one the fullowini resolution Tlut a cinitnittee of five from this one to be selected from each Congressional in the appointed by the whose duty shill be to intjuire md without wea nf their friends could walk to his seat in the Statehouse in the tdum If means were allow d to thoy would witness the of tho plan to overcome v forcei majority of twenty i had mourned ovur and This idea of a majority of the House of lleptesentativea sitting in a private bail while the Statehouse wus oc cupied by a minority was entirely repug dreams that Chuinberlain will be able to what steps are necessary and prac IH the other would would j tux levy in South ticiihle to effect the innicdiate j m i The work oi the Congressional nrnl the installa mittee today husbcen They tjou of the State ticketelected with him firs went to the Statehoasc and esiieri on 7th November enced a gnoii deal of difficulty in get Youmans moved that in thoy expressed j Callisons rcsnlutinn tie laid on the but he had upon the other memhcrs to say that they a would not submit to this exclusion any r and Comment perpetrated by longer He he that his solo and more appalled ffcncc been that he would not vote aw North divided on such to give in the House to men who t were defeated at the Because of it was written in the blood this he and others had and on tho history driven from his seat by Federal that no j In the he wns the hail oxst when founded on the slavery which was and where they shonlrf were Kepiblicans who I They were the majority and should iint to his idena of He called frpeat nt the spectacle ihey tlut the be substituted in M one of ice of the went j That cimimittee of five be i in the Hall of and then j appointed whose duty it be to pre came and was actually refused repiro business and surest actions for this a tic1 ilut aid report The Bayonet body put on a jrnod day to day t this House until such of show with he committee after find time as both of the General pcicG of submission to re take possession of it rii en In the prosj ghcppard rose tnu question of tiaj Electors and Conirremct nlso for of the election by and made an earnest appeal procoedingfl in the Supreme Court was vast exhibition df I thut the of from i United States Circuit and d h The present circum and Laurcns to stuts on tho fgr the detorminiis the j out who they and uivited them struibiy shiill be tictiiii in the to seats on the mama of their The committee then applied for all j oi one from primary election returns in the secretary 0ich to be nf States office relating to the Fresidenj by tlie Thi juibtiliiti The wont intn secret sef and alter of a tluture timed to open near their oppnonis j floor be referred to the committee on Of the courts and the powev of ihe Plate the chairman of rhecnin ihe consummation of a great who was his Supreme t had recently declared that he that they hud us much viuht as anybody ui Butes oi th State and his to seats on he prciorrcd j lift in hU He that the matter bo referred fu thp coin doubt No mans life was and if there ware contestants daivdtf oppose the iesigns of their evidence fouiu1 be iuul While thu and thp county of cjmvass to wait ii Rucrcr he hnl decided j Stenographers arc at WOIK in I IMJ ly iuihor trtiops fficc the jn he and vrheOier the would the en The say that they desire to j intn ihe hall of iret tho ULal and hat they i submiitrd the intend to leave by iiin tile1 i hi1 id could induce him hl or cease liis umler had assembled ii Afur somr debate by j crnumiuce expect to bn j as i went on demonstrate his own j Orr and he hcro ten ami theu will to Ohnr irail jier was rdcrreiJ u the on ad bocn held But privledos and his wire or chiiuruih LunrliMiicn wtre tippusni John riuson uno reply fro which F and otlur I IXpreHsiiins let fili i bJ tlCi i is U IIAMITHNri OF TIIK INAUGURAL 15 Um The House Till CONCH Jt juijnurncd till 10 to Conj appoint yd by Coo litric Jti s conipttcly flu1 iv with tho of tilings at he The hoM a Snili is no iid are to to in biKcd upon the u me a United Te my pur iu ed Uihj and nro tjuarterod at the j Suprcm uirl nrion s the best hin could rKl UheeJiMllojsu Hie 1 lie i T i i ihvec The e otiimr that Govcrnoi licti hi successor is dec liti nt tlitrf ins ho waived h i A poinl CommittoiJ cjrisisls of o i M ny I oi 11 i i t f f iipi J p litli lin It V oi i nL iUM i n rciiiicil by the Siiureme ho of ho Bnard cf of Judjjc I the shotiny ciirht nr nine negroes iovernor xvho were the Thomas white ii nil Mr The and up his right while the Ttad to him by n of thy Chun linfl eyoa were rolling nerv RE CONSTITUTIONAL n r Tl t the Uotistitu n r u f r ILmsy it assetn it 10 iiavimr seveiuy Ohio in Ud J ne at tho hotel their arrival by the mcDiburs fioin and The roll j also arrived to inquiries i if vour body Stiie House for Hall of the should by having if surh persons cflirer tti Clmmand lliusc lor si vour epter tne ii1 ordiM tho oncers reqiiMo ihftin t renurr sueh as 1 ncl ami lirevot ii tin Till I Inline tho baliit United in rho fliction iti muans commi issued tu the iiKinocrs ot the l uncra Assembly Mr 1UU til their today that n T Distrt i o ceivod uo out OT
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