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   Aiken Courier Journal (Newspaper) - December 21, 1876, Aiken, South Carolina                                TOLUME NCMBIU 112 1876 SERIES VOL MAIL On find Art IT i his diic tlie Poiftoflic fcoura will us follows During he week 1roni to Authors is M mail rweiYtd JSun iy the office Will tiui opened on n oiiivsr of the Smte lr with paMme never equalled with a j deuce and fnuiu Hif and honestenough t throw off i Unwavering arid never and with a j That Jie natural pantne indiirnatitt tile shackles of in tiurir determir determination under tiny fir1 of duty which finIs a j of our peipli did not fiYn in nation to sive the If those to recognize he prettnued parallel in the history of the violence is creditable in ihc d by their or They subordinated every persona led to and this was duo In a by turned a ear to ing to the public ard cmiMMratrd me unrc toihe mid dumi our we should be not Mithi i i v of a and mini whoe siander ami vituperation nf people tou ivinem Infed us lie lions of a vindictive laf Chatlesion 10 b m n Jfld tuwarte 1 r tin 11 iid is to seal mail closer 1 on Sun falp of a true In coi iheuiselvcs o thesiered work of iedeen in their prostrate I nf members nf j but Let us show to all General who had been j of them that tlic true interests of both In the oi this tusk the victijis of thisgniss uutragc on their can be by they dedicated themselves with uiifalior confidence and with unshaken if thdrciiuse trusting and ibis conspiracy st Debarred the free exer peuce and prosperity among all classes of our I rely confidently on the support of Hammond and Groenhnid nails close on Fridays MI U And on Saturdays ai 5 MeriUts Bridge und mails cluse Thursdays ui 4 ockck open QH SftlurdujS ill i oclock OTHER WEEK AT COLUM f tlcir rights by the presLiice of we Ufii every itc to i Commending that curse reverently i an artned a quorum of the j the members of the General Assembly the ordinary routine f businraj to pfteetinn nf the after pliciii on record a j my efiVts to aitnin their laudablt jlii to widen the of mateI When the c rrupfcpimy i n blc quietly withdrew frinn the riil iir their cause to the and of uur years has held s my in thfe biiis i nud pVorendtid to organize that j the govur and I trust that ail branches of will unite cordially in ing its civilisation into and j hrannh nf the General Not this patriotic If o a ad beloved Chief whose Bourse j making it piivernment a puhlic ore form or nor one requirement j with resolute will and earnest has Won he confidence and excited he saw thnt the for reform found n j the Constitution was wanting to Live i we may hope wiuii to of the civilized Under his iruHane mid pr the responsive echo in the popular loiee d legality to this organization the dawn of a and that the verdict of the peopln and tint itauthority haB not been tully r day for our be prnnounred those who baxe is due solely to the s ADDRESS OF THE STATE nnd unless ConI deeded thn they to anne I usurpation which has subordiua OCRAT1C OM sntuiioml Liberty persed in j Federal and by a Hbol on ted th civil to the military power Gnd in his infinite uiercy that it niuy cnuie and may he thower the richest blessings of peace and hap piness on our whole whole as us it was throughout this wlmle THE Join in the soldiery of the United Of the daneroug and COLUMBIA December AU 1 nc I i j 1 j i k iJimvs John Stutes to act as xupervwirs ol our revolutionary proceeding nwrtod to by jy jotfcrnnr Hauioton haviniCOm iowing address was issued today by i i p 3 0 Ader cioctKn in a time of pn frmnd the defeatea niter the hU siccjeiari Bunded At c Deceuiber 15 The fcl ihe State cummittee ROOMS STATE Ex KcuriVE COMMITTEE To the Party of Cor nn Dcen resisted tinn oftlu lower it is needless fur in the proper f his functions cie to ou have been the tn te The inauuration Hiuip VMON OP GOVERNOIti HAMPTON Ve havii witnessed a spectacle rent to tvery pairiotie heart nud to md the victims of and the cv Need ton and LieutenMUGovornor Simpson concluded lie labors which the recent campaign devolved upon the State Ex ecutive Cuoimittee the Deuiocratic and ve occasion to our gratitude to theDouioTaov f South j t i Republican invitations whtn iirlu have looked on with and You lender in th The tnwn clork I the House ar4 Senate ma way to the open space ii f i hall to witress the Inn hiiuO and hiid been ejected near the Carolina for its unwavering support of bick ftf Was and our wilh ro size were terican uuti a State three wivaths of were us d to proutott thi1 i liive seen a minority of that house usurp of i political uf sh by grogs vn Co stitutio1 of our j n diti iiiination that no forep ttio enemy to ear isithv letter t v OF SOUTH KXECUTIVK t Deceubur SIK As Governor of South the powers of the whole body you have j uhirtim by the people I n rho majority PXfielJed iVom their j acuordjmc with the Consti al upon at predecessor m the to deliver hill hy threats of foree ytu have seen persons havirii no shadow of a claim as members M siats as UeprcMn P ration of that spiri of NM ordination mid fortimle wh eh has su rwn cured universal Auiid the oxctf j hive seen the ing and aggravating incidents of a 1 side of the hunnu of the Constimtion and ihe aoiiitntoua enthuMusai has j fl The floor of the steadily nd peacefully in tlic of j resolved to assert ihcir rights as Auiericnn freemen at the t il I the i i court of final beinre which last cmwuinjr net of by wliih a must be tried the jjravc question of the i caiinidate for the ffice dej hy the pnpular had lmnelii vd electid bv his f together hy the of men who vvltl ihc acting in direct violation of public records and all other mutters beeiy zjil with and we arc confident thit the sutplimc patie ce so sorely tried b the evunts of hilast years will stability ofnur What tho ws witl ear and i lariro arm chair was pmced in tim centre lor Tile open space in of tin stand was Al be estTcised until the in iiiinicne anu the j verdict nf tho nf South Carolina not fruits nf arc sought be iluuso tnps body only U Federal bayo lies seeks to eUtrol the Suite Uc fet assured thai ur jeprisents the u ill i tluptop Upon the of lie i will sptedily I the puvernmenL in the ah res crnwued wiih tiicti and The Brnss band disI we t hys v reverberated thri Siato mi iisocthi come1 hark to us every land where iiuity is iii in itnt catiitst be and is 11 nut slavi our oitiifse fji to iKtrrv i jr Sl k of the who will eiuirsft ioirtiil and evtrybody j in breathicss uf tli1 s of he COIKJIHI I Alter which i snenuJ Govriunr n utid I jiutcnint Governor Siuipsmi i I make no comment on flagrant outrages ntiJ It pui tains to the ral to take MICI Ktoni in to as that 1 diclar i buy proper But ii is due mistaken i tny position as me duo the of our f this to place on record I niv solemn Aiil st ntts which J oi u to snid your tibtdieitt crvani E To 1 reply us follows isTATE nfc SOUTH KXECCTIVB December Slit I tne eoTinrmnica in which you eail me LO litcr up to Vou itie of a every d to fuey ar ts in uIies7 the peace id to i r out I n iulth iiMio by us ior honest u intetio to prove wiueii eoiicer to iho world the o our that ihc slj tnnvc iml j of u civil and desructive o our Thisi are ism 01 flic Uitltii Ir it i not the In tjf e1 i 11 IMZin 3011 UDJ i and J and our escorted bv Messi and and lie si uiiauliioritctj s i spired the mani eoiilust we ilt11 to witlio Orr and b ee5sullv riot the au y i lie Uiouibjis hit ion for party but the JiiMtiotis a iv tli n the battle penod Governor i Use Ktpn iitt1 to ular as by ivc jluce io tniiitnty naitle 1 1 lee hitter in irunt J of the which occuuid hy has been conduce J Speaker Wallace upon a basis d by our honorable the of tho Judirc 1l iud we tbt ihy leiiu HIK poliieil rights ui ail Mid iny t uiiiitituin them know that uf evci the un tubers of rite executive Senator aiul IlieGoi is to a the a riiiht inllnreiKti to i thus piv liberties and utii1 A uirt is beioro tuO und LiLutMiant Governor were hulled every pkdgo of the parry frum the j W1 il by U mi Wiih kind feeling j the air fur squares around uas white fur KIUM with flunir to the ilC iuiiry bruozc by Hampton that stepped to the and as soon as the upn the rank and permitted his voice to lieard sacred hopenf jvdteminL unr esi It was liMpe Id oui1 pef OiJr tn a vietoiy which i in iis pro In promise of than unv over wiiirtil on this Iut it was sonlit to ihe iruits of this j f tncy victory the hands tint j eontesr with a j iiiatilie fraud and a rtluMi retifi ivcn could upon They iecoir Gencrai Assembly repaired to the j niwd and atcqtud ihc of to laUlhL sears to which the j the Cnsiituti n in laiiii tiuy d xihiieisrf to estabiMi they of 11 old pluti of ik il the Thioiiuwitij eirctilar has been out iulivs ed proQiinent m every eountv of ihe I will hank Live tuo at ut liest opportunity tin names in now filling County Treasurer nity Clerk of tat cvnr lunty COUCLV iMittrea on this tlorui o broad sn id siolei jvliittion CoiniiHaSlo ft I T 1 ana Irinl in arid we his i ful crnnuMit confronted nnd their ii to keep ai efluiunt n I i i tifieacs nf flection examined aid i and file oi ihe o sivps bo Uilan j tu protection w iabur cra in every udtiity of Guvernur Hampton heartily in and we have Jiis lrf witl feelings the prufoundiist hus prcfented in IT all tn beailly piotectLl in authoiity lo it known to the pub thut I asMtme the ind It could not havo been of erory pulitiv riii n w by i yrave of the hiyh posij cviiii where civil liberty has IM UBNTIEMEN passed upon by a of thp ii ot Noutl THE K AND gpoctnclu M to a IVto boli races iml lnth pur ple and so to republican iusiiiu reirarded as unisils in the i U County T offices fided or by any one acknowledge the lawful uu are ritjnested to the eiiizin best fitted Art appointments t tu fho welfare of ufhii vnu to submit 1 but possessing aov of by pi Hie n tu the tbum Under the sere re trials of the present tion to which the peopl of South years been but a hud the j To th It iaamid rvenis ruihhiss Iriud of inilitavy fti nk I r 1 hjur let iirtitude mark the conduct nf i olina have observance wf hcae stand eom and us and we unpieeedeuud i i this Kepublie I down tiitt nios sacred of the of tho Consurvaiivc without Kard s Chief ConslUution for the tread of the armed hold melf by every die xtrictly to refuse t mon this State after years uf comip IILmade rounds through tato of and of Lr t use strous iiMijpaiinn to exuicipe ticu brought utinn us bv i the of over the L everv Iffct nave re i r ihe fuiictinns uf the Stute j voiial and puliuca i prostrate tor in of Lbeiify i dcuitnl ftily Is aue firuily resoivinjr tiever t contribute one ffie hortfct people of the Sui j Ifwisuiiid ihoo nut otilv ti dollar of ior its and wiihoutregard lu paiiy ur appalling scenes thai tnt m CM be is IK if ih ihteadily maintaining the vyjdiet of the voice demanded and with itw Geiierai Asseidbly cailed onto people at the ballot Every interest j purpose devoted themselves earnestly and j their duties as the the present and every hope of hy j solemnly to the attainment uf this i of a free and tlmt Staff o e ti onergeti ali tlic Diuili needed suc let tiieuj swen tli T ronal the Hoe of v nave hitherto so ae ihe success SLi ih fuluro ths wi lit u lolry patriotism never surpassed j Won our bravs ib tlic t al jut and slioilo rev ill in our e uwe iiUii of our latti t VKors were abuvo the prejudice iv tAspect the above it will e seen on 4lh   

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