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Aiken Courier Journal (Newspaper) - February 8, 1877, Aiken, South Carolina iv.- ai* VOLUME 3—NUMBM LIS MAI!. AR it A MC EM ENTS. , ' . - Aiken, S.<C.,:D©cI ll, 18*4. On anti aft«*r this dale the Postoffice (hours will be as follows^ On ring the week from 8:30 a. rn. to 5130 tp. rn. Astliere is no mail received on Sun. ‘day live office will not be-opened on that eke.y MAILS. 6PENS. ~ I ^"CLOSEST- % ! j ‘Northern.. IO A.m.| 3p.m. < *WesterU... IO a/m J S p. rn. 'Charleston; 4:30 p. bi.i 9 a.m. ^Columbia.. I Oam& 4:30pmj9 a.ra. & 3.-30 pm Charles to u mail closes at I p. rn. on Sunray Dunbarton, Hammond and Greenland mails close on Fridays at 0 a. rn., and -'Open tm Saturdays at § p. rn. . * Leesville, Merritt’s ‘Bridge and Mt. *.v <Ebal mails close on Thursdays at 4 o’clock < ;p/ rn., and open on Saturdays at 4-o’clock ip. rn. * * . ' E. CONDY, P.M. vrn- \ ---- : v ALTUNA’& LETT BU.. ' ©EPARITRB . OF ’ftlAT PERIPATETIC Female. Althea, alias Marsh Mallow, alias Holly Ilbck, the atrebillious female, allu-ded'to in our last issue, who was probably sehtdown herein the iutcresy^hecriiii-sbia shirt-win- of the Hadley! pSrty North, *4o ifrite down Aiken and bolster up the ^fortunes Qf Radicalism in this v thrpa^h the 1 influence of the ^^^brt^rcarti press, hearing that some of buzzards which she has been indus-hatching and sendee off to the ^ ; jforthetn market as innocent^cJuckerio, ; ^’ TOin g ^ acfc AP rop?4-||dden ly. a toHfcynd ‘‘AUp^^a way SErning Biti by tb\F early traiu on %>e sorry ftr^hie, 9Pr femsltiftg rhfj^pia fin. PALMER A T PL FMC UHR cm poi. I^l^^rbdhced hiifc, SfiS?* *p>*cb ow the tppiftdia^ Republican • gillie e^iifeaM JfolfSMUpi of the pai ticulu* y djtattered in the hunom- Jti’ febc our humble aoknoiflU|4yK-so graceful a crawler. Anc? Wb hope and trust that . 2smy Mg alluded to, in these letters, of 'i Holly record the n in tho' *•- k • } i -a*-*.. - . ti~. '• • ■ 'I ' ' ■ j ‘ S same generous light aji we do. If the • ever retuijBs..toAiken, as we have I ■■■ intends to do, we trust vr ^ e town authorities will awwdf her a lll&blic. reception^rVng Chnmbegpia’s 9sj-Radical officials, who honor-their confidence while Jo a conspicuous place in'the pro-The following is the rnenda-' ; cions epistle verbatim r f NOTES FROM ,THE *S0U PH. ^ frcm ^ 1C Swamps—Colored Re- .•'^•^feiicHus to be starved Out—Misrep-%^J^en<atioii8 of Southern Jon rn als— ^bsdauionsRess to Democratic Niggers—Weak RuUdazmg -The Freedman^ School—*‘0!d Prob«iblliiie> ? Again. ■ \ it - rwrtine * AI n i a n a c ir’K^^ontativon will Rebu&fcans and MS rkrdc members'Ho be
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