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   Aiken Courier Journal (Newspaper) - March 8, 1877, Aiken, South Carolina                                122 ARRANGEMENTS mail received on on that da MARCH 1877 and Wheeler duly elected President and YicePresidiii 1TJbur commenc ing March There was a soli tary The Senate and the House and the was low ered for the first time since the first of Merrills Bridge find Ebiil rmiiN on at i o iittl open on Sa Morton has Jiis The following indicates that the tide is setting favorably to the and Greenland I Senator Morten was serenaded ni and J Re acknowledged the compliment by making a saying it conclusion I am not author ized to speak for the President elect i but I vcuturc to say that in pursuing a 1 oclock efficient and popular means fur the pre servaim cf the status of the colercd race is demanded by the clwmjjcd situ Thcre is iytnpathy fdt personally for the bolter class nf men who have settled in the South and become identified with those governments in a prominent cannot avail against the positive conviction in the public mind of the im policy of upholding unnMiural power In the face of the protest of those who in reality constitute the However patriuUtytlie intentions of whom we recognize Governors Packard and cannot have weight when opposad U tho obvious in Interview with 1 lump Knowin that Jude Governor hiid OLD A Defaulting Cashier Himself with a Clothes sought an interview with Hampton during the recess of the Supreme Court on the day he signed the order to release Tiila and having that he expressed himself very strongly on that occasion in of Hamptons I todiy atkcd of the Governor a statement of passtd at at the Without being paitic lar in regard the order of the the following is substantially what oc voca years ago of Cnr cut down the dead body of then cashier of the Carlisle deposit who had hangod himself to u vaftcr in an attic in tho rear of the This afternoon cashier of tha amc bank or four mouths was found suspended to the same in a lifeless state by one of his During the morning I Jasper was arrested for hc having overdrawn his account over Wright came uninvited and entered j tn engage in stock the Executive as I am informed He was asked to furnish j just and GJHcilatorv it mu i i i L o u L eed upon a basis ot the ennircen must ro RAL upon ti Dasis ot tne enforcement of the 14b und 15th amendments to Prosiuent UAYLS sworn in on I the Constitution of the United Sunday ul iiiiiuguiatcd on It must proceed upon the basis ofyrant tercsts of the country and if iliey can b b the stairway in the but instead of making an effort to pro i i c J a sharp eye bcinj kept on his more cure the he went up stairs and mcnls by June Mubiey and negroes hanged himself with a clothes line to a I not maintain themselves of rhe support of the people the onlyIe fiitimato source of there are no considerations which should induce Fed on the in the After some commonplace remarks lie Tl ie inguriil oi the now President ing protection to the life and liberty Is quite lengthy It treatg and the political rights of ail of the South and Southern mat without regard to color or and U pacific and friendly in j There can be no abounding in sencimentfi which hich is not based on the political and the country will heartily In civil rights of nil classes of When starling he 1 proceed in comj thurc shall be such to life pliancG the tu announce some I and then there shall be peace of the piinciplei that now chiefly and not I have engage the public by which j no doubt from his utterances and from oral and no aulhority to warrant tQ Qovcrnor that he had come beyond the simple act of recognition and the strict enforcement of the This is the view of the who exj j j j act of the succeeding Administration to the conclusion if he followed the he could only render a decision hc threat it is iuy desire to be guided in the clU charuu of I shall not ua his lofty cbaracterthat tho new Presi dent will do the South full and ample thai it shall reconcile the two sections of the country and cultivate friendly re Jatiows between restoring their former and so uniting them in the executioivof the Constitution and the laws is shall guarantee the entire ened with death if he To this the Governor replied that there wxs no dan ger cf the threat being that at any rate he would fcQ eave The Governor replied to this hnt there was no neces sity fur and supported his assur Jerlake to down irrevocably princi and us for as or uf but ruthcr to joje ilv of motives which should aniuuLtu and to suggest cer tain important to be attained in accordance with our institutions and essential to ihj weJiirc of our With regard to sulfgovernuicnt hc says am sinecrdy anxious to use legitimate infiuenec in favor of bluest and efficient local scli govcrnment as the true resource of those Statas fur of the 1 and their In the effort I shall make to accomplish tbis I ask the cor dial of all who cherish an interest Jn the welfare to obliterate tha past and blot out the hatreds engendered by the and 0 J I i Scnntar rieasing that every step in that direction will bo for the sccur ty and protection independence of the States in respect of bj muarfc Jf had their local and the absolute j Q he freedom of the colored race in the en joyment of the gift of The deceased was a highly re spected citizen of and held for many years an eldership in one of ihe churches of that who committed suicide in 1862 or had also been a the amount aggre gating He hud also specu lated in but his thtn covered the ns to the being valued at nearly of THE VOICE OF THE luit is Demanded of the Hayes Ad ministration in Respect io the Broad Hint for Cham plimcnt on Jlis Retirement from Political Wrijrhtthoushthc would have to Busfncss Early the best for poor ermdy I am ripens very carly7 price 10 cents par 35 for a few days and added that by be lutd no IEWHOV to go The Gov ernor placidly remarked to this that his alary and he lud agreed to pay the judges any due after March Senator his had 1een of Eouth whose his salary monthly that Senatorial ended was prc from the Hampton an irecly ties be of the titoat purple to be lhat the of race will erod in be lie is in favor not only universal tiie SuflVio biu universal regard to i prfjiiiUnt party who elect lie of tho United of neees Kational A great duty 13 imposed upon the in if not quite equal to tho task of reconstruction after the armed conflict between iho two sec In they fed that the real work of restniIng tile Union remains to i be After years of vain be cuuseerroneously the two di visions of the people which met on the field of battle to contest the question of its furth r now confront other in the arena of politics In open and unconcealed upon ity owes his Section offiec to the suf the subJect of ite Prorer rage and zealous labors of a political j Some the Southern Stutts after a the members of which j 1PSC ol m0ro than the tenth of a con of essential tury of questionable find them the principles of rhcir party selves as completely and cfibctually un oranizarin but hc should J Northern by civil of the fact that he serves as they were during the war by servcs his country i niiliiary power and they with tyjut iic nothin to do with sen ted this morning with a splendid remarked that some back salary The card acconipanying it j and the jQovernor rc bore these wcrds A farewell tribute of esteem and regard frfim grand daughters of Washington of the Revolution Tha last Senatorial net nf Senator Robertson wue preventing the confirmation of Stone aa United States Distiiot Attorney for South Wright then very ll want to read you a piper where they offered TIPTOXS PROLIFIC rt most productive curly white field The past season I grew ten ears to the stalk with just ordinary culture price 15 cents per by mail 20 Brftfen are be grcatnegrs producing fowls of the I will furnish from China birds tie com ing season at SI of thirteen Address A TIMELY Our old friend and former citizen of although now residing in Goor in the following letter to Sluriff shows that he appreciates the lias respect fuv the people of our and is of honor that his opinion Hampton was elect 000 ibr my This childlike intimation the Oovenior ijiet with nti I would not buy any of 1 was told I could buy ovi r certain Sen ators to me in the but I told them to go to the 1 didnt propose to Use MIV money 1or After some further conversation after repeating his ruunxrk his pnty It lv d that while thsy ire niied that President 1 1abitcd by nativeborn citizens ied great liflicali nowiuslly him cundiliy i Statos arc controllea by I ind reinsured in characrtr Nortlicrn jiia i Jlltigi1 Uui he out of and relieve by reason of the Sentiments and bio meniiun for bis liberal and timely offering HoUty DEAI will furnish ynu ihc rope for tho lianginu tn come ufi next month free i if it being given fh rough York add be hereiusiduof Yinirs C Cocktail with in An Itidianian wait into a the country jf that doadiy thmll which and ive opinions of their And while saloon tiid asked fur ia they could not legitimately of in this if the uigc had been brought ooiuck XATIQXAL March At when tho bis she cuiit had reached Wis CO coeai with The barkeeper made a mixture of pepper about by the ordinary course of and The there suiUcieut iustiiicntion Indnnian drunk says the Chioaco j tf i about a quart of Ciuno hU his mouth contraded to abuiit the sixo of a sule key and for reUioustrance originally established by military and since kept in being by a union of oblecrionable oluments unknown in ibr when he had mastered bis and tie Irreconeilables in the tner and rcpresentluli no subsUinj cmotlu ro he ITuw ibr a ITCVJJS on flic tial or but in small proportion j Fifteen responded the but finally oftrr to the pany of tlu Slates con Uarkee The eustniiicr put duwn a vts cnuntcd for The people of the hivti long Ar I jycny count of tKii thir ucixk this niorninj fult tlte injustice of then t This concludes thei und nuw that tiie wlioc MM i j i veiuht 1 be and itnmunuie bulicvea to Lie es s will now asceitaia and deliver I pecially committed to Ucir charge and have tho 1 Keep tlu wrhig ho adJvd ihe Senator onj of t declared that he stood in a again slow in letting Come m file first Ive tustcd sinci I like liqvior its sir of quick in taking and i i i i u see me 1 i cats its lot with it mciont hcud and and Ill i asks no further protection in Its better MIi u Clrn thats ford Samuel Tilden the oceasion fur cacouitigowcnt I ing a circular and pulling it anflbc tlnrcforojiiiUOuntcdlLiyyij i a and uiore up and jf he fuSJnwcJ the he could hue recognize UT right himself on the ground hid nearly and thon that he MttcnJ Court An hour later asini Tilda a d J 110 hs irdor enior thinks ivCS tiU1 UliiO IiL would call the tion of hcKisokecpers to the fine lot of spring chickens and fat I ani now prepared Lo dispose S SPANISH wishing to secure seed of this valuable can do sr by early application to Sat Price 40 rents per or per by add cents per for DELAYS ARE not put off buying your fertilizer uiitii the lust ban in ynur finUrs at Gibis have only a limited supply i cel ebrated Hibbs Co nipu lated and if you dclny der vou tnav fail in asJ he d but iiiituiiil rtsiiiio at j sides transpniatin may be for us surpi ins re nm m i opcraaoiv 1 iiiiMices and prosj Reeolect Clinic is bv i their nml obtain your In this 1 j fore it is too Their ti No one j the bcinir del and co the tcrinr and the optii e your on bo vtry i in streets tnuay free from any greater vio paying in cotton on the conlenip anccs f pity ana It is believed he is secreted j at planers rited i cents for i ftll clepit the find it is rumored that be has ft awakened to a oi his c anxious to retract his ro Ctiiet Justice condition is such da is to produce my hope of this expressed a wiiiidciit Jusiico would hivo ren n iu hisiior on SaHir but uf his A trump was Jersoy w tykun and sentenced for The in vcniMed while iliatthe prisoner J of he thought couinr be had LTard of a man aboul i 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