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   Aiken Courier Journal (Newspaper) - February 22, 1877, Aiken, South Carolina                                VOLUME 120 FEBRUARY 1877 MAIL SKQUSL AY THE On and nff hours will he Iurinp tin u1 ivMnnii day thf o UNLESS 1 TON THE FIFTEENTH TVliat lias to Snv of the Pros id out front fhut U un February Quito unX V I1 pn M 1 p on Sun And who is Justice Jrjdley he was an ornamont to tho Yon have probably heard of the lobby No I Is it possible I one Not tll thc appropriations thc that owing t tlie dirt ac ted about might well be called The Cheering1 bills until Niehiils and ILimptou aru recognized to vofu the ap propriations conditional upon such rec day mns OpCTl iliiirn TV fiinl o rt Kvli y iJ s MiiiUI iGbftl mails dose on TiiiiSMiiy iiiil opcii ftnl i i M This feeling found expression tonight in Democratic which in and i and real tuU is the established by Coucros to faeiliuto be tween it and he people ajipearinjr bc ibiC it possessed uf claims of all As the Kipresentativcs represents and H inatiun having readied Grant j from ThcSomh to Adjourn until after the Oregon thc and A by of his Mbby is quite j member of fimji ud and is 7 jVr I that lhC fWnPlUtills bc wijhliclj un j composed nf moan men and lewd ey Bntdley was in the lobby L for thc Jersey railroad couipii ifiorncy Stroiia wjfc likewise in om Republican sources here that ern members of backed by 1iborins thc Pennsylvania cwl incIuHinqjnumboraof Northern Democrat railrOHd Thesetwo penile the Llnht which earnest in this matter attended Bunker Hill and the Centcji Jho speakers in thc caucus ranged BS folios For resistance principal and birthday un order was outright JMc Bucd to of thc ISth I PopplctiflpMVuliing and pfist Co prevent of For contin uipanie men had other clients wcro in other but these were the employ nionts and iutci Che two workers were and committee rooms sny such Oomonstiiition or tlio part ctVuch on ent the of and NichrJls liepresontativcs of tle Supreme under Cliief promulgilcd its uprn hearing of j Honker and Against any i issued a proclamation calling j action Brown and of Ken upon the people to comply with the of the Presidents i iV but protesting ii strong unl askirg that the celebration be postponed until some more auspicious The wrier creates some excite ment amoni the citizen The PrcMiicut IhinKs oils Js Gwd decision in the legal tender This gravely affected the raiirosiil i brgdy represented by Hi ad ley Strong The companies hurried to Washinaitin in a high star What Grant Says About j Jn ft days the Wiilanlfi and were thronod with bald round bellied parties of the highest respectability in wore rogues disguisod uiidcr stocks ami clean Their first move was a law of Congress increasing the Supreme liench iwo They found oh count that with such addition York Tribiiiic publishes HIT irtn Grant South The President is made ssy In Carolina the contest has assumed such a phase that thc whole army of thc United States would be inadequate to February eHfurce authority nf Chamber I Counsellor n people of that Stnte had re tliat they could vote duwa Jus of called on not to resun to violence but tice Chase and hia gold Resident today and osphiincd thc sit a motje C1f procedure much more j Pcmr he taw what was ation of uffairs in tliat The j ormillibe and elfective than armed coming and fought hard against the President rlmt hu was satisfied j They have refused to that Nidiolla was acting in guod taxes to Chamber faith in presLTvinthe statu and j aitl it wouid be useless to sellout he had no intention of icr no one wuuld buy it his instiuft to In j 0vernnr Chaiiibiilrtin the cnursc of the i tiie collection uf taxes would said Nicholls should not be held uncrjy useless for him to expect tn rcsptiisiblt for the friak of thc madman autlKMity far any length of at This stute of must inovi Jnthc after dis in thc abandonment of all in which it WHS claimed tho j by Governor CharabiTlain to in the exercise of the functions of the Stale of of the elector was not proved a resolution to count The Senate again returned j from he and adapted j that thc Nevada vote should be Cavo the While di and wi the 2uet uf Si Gran but Ibight in vain The in iquity It Vtords of York Journal The doeision of thc that Siiylcr will make thi Snuth Car olina report h vriil say that j Florida has irunc for thc State government of not uu aecmint uf but be lilvC its has no i i j i tiuit decision was cumc to on 13 protect arid is wtierly weak that u tUo moral strct party consummated until Grant sent into thc Sennatwo nanius tn fill the Of phots on thc Supreme Jsonch arc nut bo had every and thc eminent men in tho Ical profession in the country were spoken Black and otlurs were canvassed but Grant aiuonp to my friend Juim of Xew that he would nom inate no man tn pbce wim not picdcred to a rcvcivil the lender He was good as his and to the of the world at and o the dohght of nil thc heavy he nominated Strong iin1 The lobby got drunk on with and in due course of indcont hasto tiic lcral ttuder From ihc New Tors of As in a very few days thc country will have a new President we propose here t give briefly our conclusions as to In thc first whoever becomes peace is assured That is n very greatest possible fur who pay he it is that whether we arc to President Hnycs or Prcsi in thc perpetuated by Fed eral will Tki n f i Qtfj j no Re pubiiciin no tnattiT how ot his viexvs may luvc will be I abb to his party to hazard its j own future and the peace of thc coui I try by any loiter interference in the lnl affairs of tho Soutlicrn Thus a great clement of danger and in depression will C I As to tlio reforms necessary to purify the government and the wheels of xvhile it is probably true that a broom sweeps cleaner than an Id one reforms are now so im peratively demanded by the country that no party can afford to refuse or Jeiny them Xo nnc pretends that any possible under either of thc possible will be other than for hnrd for economy and fur i reform of the civil ever party comes iti on the itr of March will ipcatiy disappoint iw uuro partisan nd hcrchts politicians xvill fall the independent voters wilt greatly increase in and the people will be able td lujikj better bargains with thoir pul The country stands at the thres hold oia period of preat and it will prow no matter who becomes During the nest four years reomifevery fit foris in a admnnVmitinn to prevent the Anierhiui people fiotu up the losses uf the pist and once Uiore the prosperous and thc happust natitui in the With the nf liic next whoever ui my coniidenco will be and industry and already will fully awaken to Mliile thc political lenders will be striving in vain to keep their paities and will lead troubled thc people will be at rest and will dis cover once what has been too long that tho Guver OLD The Aifccn j February copies from the Coui I Advertiser a letter dated i January and signed As pastor of the Metludisfc j Churchin Aikeu from up to tho ad havitig wttli the Aiken comnmnity two or of nearly week during that we lecI tlutt we ire to uke so much notice of that letter is to we arc truly surprised that nny person could be to a letter i and fee jrricved tliat any i in his or her eouM s Ill pinge igainst tti ninth I Thc people of Aikcii town and county have suffered tbe perpetration of gvier ous injustice at tiic hands of i nnmiig readers who do not with the host of i with thc exception of some few rather necessary to connect to i irethcr thc parts nf tho tlic is little else u cfc once apparently bitrer and thc unhidden thought after j reading AHhoas letter was this 1 it for thc names of certain plicos j and persons with which we arc we might have suspected that tho i extravagant story 1tid in or about fhc burdoi nf thc effusion tlic massacre and gcricnd yran ny on thc part of the whites or i cvats toward thj coliirod j If Aithca is not there musS I be something serioiis the matter with i him know not thc much less rlic proper name of the i would like to hnpe that thc sex U I so thatno one might attempt ti con tradict the opinion that for nishcs iiltlc evidence in that letter of i beiti cither a a gentleman of strict With all of thc hcalinc I Ijmd pro perries fir thc Aiicen they are certainly 1 we dnibr whether ofAlthea can bo cured in any save that immediately nround flic iitn Xtliljrt has itlo to do wih thc except to keep its utl Hence whoever shalbeeuiiic Pres ident thc 4ih u1 Mareh is a matter of coirpiratively lirilc importance to the men who the And uharever may be the result f the Everybody Expccls to New York A election is a tnvat calami lubrs WC ailvise me inacpeiuieni vier to take cnurairej he has IKneed for nvStVeur lift will gn tj the j stronger thnn ever to a new power of tho uppnrt of the support ofj If this proriuiiino s carried Jr jujusike sufTend is net a Moses WotiUi and James the Numeral Onvernuieut keeps it in out to the then murk our existence a Mngie Take this wyong fal support from Chainberliitns unlaw ful an J it il vanish like ilie heiorc tho and io linger the peace an and long suffering A of ami and prutiiinent gvi tleiuen iVsiai Sonth Ciirliiiti md jana will un the There t t he appre lusnsinu iiipttliit Irani win inttrfere in the afiitrs nf eitlnu1 of these II intention is to IM tiiee tO lv If til hv this is thc cf AllLer hn Ilil i 1e i to ho h rsyrving j T1 i fatal blow is struck at the Supremo CiiUft of the United States There guing to be grett by Wiiauver new the old par ties died when this Commission WHS cio In tliis no matter who it matter j but this been submitted u the arbitration of ind hmtrable who will we conMcicniiuusly do the hiiy iinpcped on them am when they iave dune itiul Congress lias June its share under tlic whatever tho itsult th t is IhiaUunti is in the Supretiie Court of thc iic next I niiud States ib lUlu itiii1 orudcd wcull Tuo years whn may think themselves agritv be they Dumucrats or nf th t then all men ro is the u you arc conxing in i Ml of t I ilitLd Siat in a m L jiartisaii iprciDe Cuiirt will but until iy tniiiid hav nn It will prnbably turn out that 3Jen uil not be ulluwcd to turn a fir ten or une in this fur the eluca tion of pour Its tuo a wiy to do as abint sevoniy per of tinpriififf will be sent to the lien whn is an onhm Iully and who has become a oti biulhnidei by the turn f of when fh m i t blil to i wli i ii Sciithrin tlic busy times nt Fall Kivcr and other manufacturing centers n the North alfcrlidj shrewd there cast un cccsional garce at what is siiitic fn in tho KS re ports continue to thnn uf our rapid in the production n furirer imep the on making up the fall re turns uf the vottoii at the end of the to give i nurc nominal uutss u the iinmunt of riw material tnnsumcd in the Southern and fur the hist few ihe in the been rory whore as the actual iacts te tiicnt hrts been un the Aimosfc cV rv week suuie new mill is being erected r some ild iiscnt rc mu Lhd and revived with irch The Slate icivgia nifiv attention than any other sCtion i utiiis vices in tho New York 11 hi this tiie Ntw Yrk Record the inuutries h tve inin pany ii he the Southern hehimi in nilviintage nf y 1 thl aiO ti tL tilfU1 i 1 I I if il runtlM I i llCT y i rjiL re is S n VM iltiililiuS in lii nr rr s matter if u i ro lirr   

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