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Aiken Courier Journal (Newspaper) - December 28, 1876, Aiken, South Carolina S f i t ifi y TOLUMK 113 DECEMBER 1STG 18 On miii this diile the Iosfnnki ILus Lp Ill Vitfck JVoni PoO J nn mail rtLti Vfd Oil un day i ho otiiiO will nut luit The House puisuaut Ju the Honorable IValluce porker as the Icgaly 1iuso 01 South s urArre He whu ItLld tfcC key of Ilie to U3 the ate Of P 9 mail Clr at I ol Sun IiHiyx at 0 and on nt MerYitts BrMgc JEbal mails Thursuiiys it 4 ooleik JX SJJtJL Sunday Dilijiuiit imjupy in official circlos fail any cluing ii The memorial to rtuoptud by iho House of IKUbjeu forwarded to Wnsliing Thorc no yui tf Chuui liorluius threatened Kugcr U reported is having ivuitrkcd thut the Democrats Lad noted wisely n ana in levying voluntary The proposition for a assumed no tangible A KADICAL SANTA Chumbci Iains t Id finuminl juouii envied quite i ol ex citement by dropping down tho lladicai earn on Saturday Uliat this arrival indicates this tune is a matter of The i oiifral ymuihc ib that he hiis come to b ilstxi1 up and fur the sinew uf war for the Hump ami lureby some the mass of claims he holds against the lie was cliseted with Cliauibtiavn fur ome at hi tuid lefl on the tmn fr Carpenter Tuesday lor the hearin rf nrjru mentiniliu about by Parmolcs rcfusal torOLng iiizo a pnrdin issued by JuduC Carpenter biivn he itcius to de cide who Scuth CTolina so far as hk case fs jiround taken 6y the i of the Pciiilontiarv is that is not the Ivgul riovcTnm of Csr and tbcrsfort s Tho Cummilleo rtTc do ing good Several ttditiona min ing precinct returns have been and other inaccuracies will swell the in the The reading dispeircd The Speaker calljd ol spe cial and of offered fhe following representatives of he ponphof South entur lltin oxir gainst the rcsjlulioii ajnpwd by the House of Jftqjirecutittivus oil the 20ih instant authorizing the ot the to issue pay certificates to tach niumbLr in SUQI of 5400 the oflicera aud ccitificsitos far cer sums of for the reason that ihc fund from which certificates arc provided to be paid asked for as a ctm iributipn to meet and that he sums ibr which the corlifi cates wore ordered issued arc larger and more thnu the surrounding circumstan ces warrant or justify for services ren dered up to the prescivt IIcniphilL of gave no ke thattjicwujld i3k leiKC to introduce the A bill to change tho incorporated limits of the town of SO is to exclude therefrom the suburb as A Mil an actentitled act ivguhttc the and salary of Trial Justice for the town of Abbeville1 the di the pulls us a Thus spike n acnl anJ whiles of tLe for reeJcotioivolsi placed in j Fh8t in Eo Iin itumaii nfitjc uiitiur tire doekinflion n uniHecM Obedient to iiolv rite ioly fihc unwarrantable ciawnea I rsrx wlirii m jiritcuiStfoi the CKOSOE military is njnudud by us j non the mount as an and we here avow our un1 Hisfree fhisiigeable resolution lo iccygnizc him iih and our inflexible de i Inns spake the tvhou oor termination to repudiate his every ungry and every act of the Liouteti1 1Ic amJevery ofithe prei tendtsd General with1 out authority of md while by lIioo i ussert dstr miuiition be governed oiily by the officers whom Bfcepeople And to Mi Jicpurrcctwn irnrf and Mr rtliJ if Tin bffltnning and tu nil archangels nrcsimt before Io iiiinounce His tfitit art highly The Lord riill tM Thou ntiinc JFSTS 7Ah ahntlb sfrdt smi Th wtttcMng in fho tolds at nigli liiu glml rtf ilin tin oil by smgcls1 tongues Stciutfr tdich tin1 ulid House appoint uo3uimittee ofto wait upon bis ExcclioKcy the Governor miniodiatcly and ascertain whother he uijy coiioiunioatioii t 10 this bjtly previous to id huve and wctre in llis the purpose to oppose to the uttermost the efforts uf Chumberhin and his elates to iisurp the functions of gotj ernnient in we dts1 i any tent to resist tle execution of process of Cfce United States tioucvei1 hariih they may or to i Tim lieiveniy lnst unite tlmir H TT i cv 10 ttt and the military lurce pt tuc Lnited wiVi pretended govern ment of Chamberlain is the head hiiii no forcu or authority in South what isjfiven to ir by the support and actual of United State It is the crea ture ol political fraud And srnitd Without it is as impotent as 4t is audacious and Wise trie 5agi from tho ing otliis The mid gold AIKEITTO THE FROXT Aiken has ngt boen behind Aldrioii objVctedto the res audsaid that IDV resolution tovching an of the at this time theroftire movtd tu rcsolutinii on iiiu table which vas donc by a vote of The House then until four The ffosso met at 4 oclock and im j went into secret At i 7 oeiock The Jooi wore tinown open iicra the IIuuse idjonnd mnc THE 1UVA L II 0 LSK ADJO T The Hump House met on tho After passing several mi nor iTihere issuing the gratuity of i psy certificate to he Teaming of au5 nnother to the for 8200 as a gratuity as ThomiW of offered the follovr inx wkieh was adopted That the seats of the members of the Constitutional House be declared vacant and the Speykerof the Kuuip issue ivrits of election for the purpose of filling the The Kump then adjourned WHO UomitXOZ IB the matter of Peter Smith versus j Superintendent of the Penitentiary I ut JuJirc Carpeutur says it j n rests upon the fact us tu who is Guvj ernor of the Tlitru are two I gentlemen claimuiits to the Daiitil Chamberlain and Wade Hampton that tho question is before and he lias his constitutional duty to perforui aud that Ke intends to settle it so fur us this guestfuc is XL ES TOX OPLXS THE JJALL FOR H OX AXD REFORM A rousing meeting ot the was held at on the evening of the ex pression to the dctcrmiiKitiQTi of the people of the county to recognize no other Stntc government thm that of and to give that government ificognition und obedi with the assurance of practical ind Affective The meeting was presided over by Charles assisted by over one hundred and iiddressed by the llichardaon Adger Hut iund tiencrftj ifiiress und rtio lutioofl were The resolutions uic as That the Conservative citi zens of Douiooruts and Kc do recognize Wude and noue the lawlul jroveruor South To him alone will they as obedience and support and to him they pledge SUCH aid and fiuuncal and as may be required fW the establishment and maintenance of the constitutional government of which he is die That we recognize Jnd none the lawful Lieutenant Governor of South Carolina and we recognize the House of wr more and no lime in Chtrlestou in pledging to rovcrnoi1 and the House of fflio have been legally ducted by the the and support necessary in carrying on the A firm expression tioti to ropudijitc every net of JI the pretended and the Assembly who Itave boen actinir wi be niani C1 ftisted by calling a convention and uct iiiV npju this all important matter at Jjvery bnsincay man and citizen who values order and respects rirbt should cuter into this movement AgcJ Sim And blc IV Him in his g caltJ Him i lire World tuid a LiOHT VJ Holy mcn of foretold biy in propiieric ue STAU oer Yielded Jives in inith in spirit and and pause not until the true ConstiiutiofKil Government is lifthed upon a sound financial Otherwise the great victory at the polls at m much uod labor will bo of no To secure the result demanded by the Hayosite in was found ncocs6try to throw out the returns of votes cast 0 than bare statement of dcis which has teen elicited by the House investigating ifisuffi cient to show the character of thn lie turning ItOurd and its swindling work The oiot bigot n die party of Hayes will not pretend that there could have 90 extensive ns to justify the totai dtsfranchiecuicnt of that number of election It is apparent that the whole of the Returning lioard consisled in the selec tion of precincts giving the required number of anl tire rejection of which would secure die State and local officers is well fis andcltc Ihere have been no more difficulty abootdKftaiichisiiiK a hundred difwicts lhau If that number hud it is not likely that the lUard would have hesitated an hour over two hundred than thU flagrant scoan Orelism be allowed to pis it wilt be eiisy for the in power ty count out any possible plo might vote against Fifty thousand votes may be au readily thrown away as ten thtcaj VIII nrd Ami a long line liuve TLeii Lcrsiiuiohj in his Tljo pnor of Larlh ihoir iriutt Tlir the ot His healing1 Tlie sick lepers cltaiisrdf Tlie are ruinud innt hi in ir Are and sin no fuitli liath made thee On Calvary lie mount When In fearful sij to And Niituro hid lier facn in vfha IeRtwisef anguls at Iliscoin cibctliem to Ho left ui in trtukncsii he might tturn in lie was tvith us in grtat A mini uf aoquninted with Hut viH ngutn with and great KING OF KINGS AXD Txnin OF To JtixiE THE NSW Among tilt flf this Centenniu there ii de serves a passing is the coiupietimj of American the luat of has recently uiade This is a contribution to Ifccrainrc the American people raaj be proud for oumy of tho best cultured minds of this hemisphere have to its The value of h Wk hi a familj be over estimated for it taken of a Jibrnrv of misoellancous condensed information on thousftiids of There we but fe who are so well informeS ft at do not hear or read of matters which they wtuld like to obtain further1infor even if theyhad access to an ordinary library could not spare the time to look through differ cm works for the waived In the Cyclo the alphabetical is rrttch that the article rcfercnco if o suhJLOi more ht suppose a Cyclopiedla is a dry something like a diction ary Such bo mi the contrary iow very itttraetive thii work with itfi wood cur illustrating often times in lookiv for ar they would be indcSuiulf hj oiler ntitncting their a Mentionso for cibly as to loose sight of tiuie ol the one they were in The AprIcton 549 New lo specimen pages of the work and descriptive w fc io Mjvhor Koman fioMiur Hiac rlio Vc ikis K Countless who Their norrnwinpffitgriixagc on With ta by foitk Ami heard tli vinc to me all yf tvrf And 1 uili ffiic you Church Hit Unites her TOICC with ftnd cm ar who but ncnr e navorwJ of Hut flock Noi to His cradle by a transient V SUM iill effulgence debt ftthuman to the He That He tts to For oinsakcs Kc frwiwtic That througli Hi uien All nsk is tfeat Ifce fairly be not a man sole title to tlie place from ring eooipoMd of hadi personnl interest iojng who had no scruples about doing Give us the President not the man Louisanft and VicelVcsidcnt Ferry Thoy hid ihcirtwc votes at the and will not bo allowed now to t nsaic a Prrfciifcnt fee ExCongressman of Vermont prcity ood but he can not jyT to the of if He stiys plainly tfee Jftttsidcnt of the Senate IftlAi what electttral Totes fce a The opiul is gaiiAnjJiroopj Republicans hat th of hits gone far Boston He Himself wu might be Hi iy liia lifc 6 He clothed Hiuifclf inour A Tliftt He niigbt itiTest it with litliLtaiue A servant s projer in this of the Wo second t u but woald that the i pmwfrt be it tiie mirnens of He i iti tpc on the in ilw siqht and of attl tliat they go par theIxjrd Miat hns what fl and tkey think he to interfere save the honor the safftty of thov 7 In other i V i let us oxxl oiataan orthoJos t at means
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