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   Aiken Courier Journal (Newspaper) - May 3, 1877, Aiken, South Carolina                                 VOLUME 3 —NU MU LR 125 MAIL ARS? A WOE ENTS.  TITS", S. CL  \ \ r  Q  . ^rV j <• >  I * C   "s j i  OLD SEI*TES VOL. 7—N<>35  ooh* arri patriotism of tile General As-    ;    the amount of consolidation bonds    m.w    tis .lim  Antra. S.O..    Dm.    ll,    1871.    j    se»j bly is committed t Le grav* doty of!    o" tsfandin.tr, with the nature of the se-    bo the larder portion, in October, when  hours ^‘ni be* 1 "'for--    ^ lte    ,hC    VmU,f ' h ' e     i     bri "- in -  b,ck t0  ‘  ur  people these inosti-    |    en ii ties on which they were issued,    have    the proceeds of a pal at    least, of the   1     rn »hle blessings. The merit of success will    j    been wirbheld by the late ofrh ials.    I am    crop will be available for    the paviliont  I* *i» j ?i *r tile woo Iv front it. iuj to •_> '*«) j i i ,    •    ,    |     v     *  p. rn. As there is im mail received on Sun-    I  00,c ‘ n L  to  y ou  gentlemen, if you succeed;    j    unable to state with any do-rec of ae-    <    f taxes.  ' ami to yr,,, „ ill the *s F on,ibi!i.y aum,    |    cum,-, wha, portly of Il.c public <M.    j     TliE TEN     ,. BR CENI .  €ONTBJBUTIO:t   it tile hopes of your chnstUucnts are dis-    I    bas been converted into consolidated  'day tile office will not bi opened on t ha; «tav MAILS, j OPK jiS. ! C LOSKOT -   p. rn  )». Kl  P n. rn.  Northern.. J Charleston!  IO a.m.i ion. nj. J *30 p.  n .I  ar pointed.  OU R FI V A N c IA L CG 'Ll IFT! 0 N  nu Mio residue, which should labor of the convicts in the Penitentiary  could be made profitable, and I ask your attention to this subject. The management of this institution under the pres ent superintendent- seems to me to be judicious, and he can, without doubt, I>y the resolution of the House of j bd %e  such valuable information as would  ...    .    *'.y    •    ic.ni,uiiiiii    ui    me    House    OI    |    ‘     ~    •■■■■■iinunvii    a? r» Oulu  bonds and what port on remains to be .  U ,  pregciltativeg>  ., doptcd  „ t  , he l#st  I tend lo work oui muck node* reform., funded. Put I rom the best sources of    *    ‘ ‘  u r« i-1iv «_1 a l cg NI) FT I o N.    funded. Put from the best sources of •  T     , . ,    ..    „    The    ch    irit-.blo    in.Mt.    -or,  The as it iv th-,    ,    *    ; c -ii    i    ,    fc#swn,    I    was authorised to call for a !    -    *«*i    liable    institutions will likewise.  .. n..i as it. is the mast important information before rrie I estimate the . -i •    .II    bono    row.im    * i ,    ,  ---«•*     1    1     ^*0    rn    rib    ut    rat* not exceeding twenty'-five ^  5 rcc(,ve 1,1  your hands the atterr  : ;, .ie o « o • V .r ......  :     ......... unpin tam , niioriiiaiioii unto re mc estimate the  •on '.s rn si,. IOsfcUuV 1:30pm h «.m. & 3.3# pm • t -    I     ,uldX     '    cen      - subject to which youriittentwn is invited, amount yet to be funded ms about *3-    -    A    '    '    '    I    tion    to    wi- inh rh    •    ,    ,    ^    '  ■f.r,rvn- . rinon.. ^t t „    ,rn—,    i    _    I    *    >    per    cent.    of    th    ew    a    mou ut    of taxes levied to which they are entitled. Jt|  call i  forui * ’ ook t0 a  eduction of the expcn  ny contribution of one  ^■CnarlcMtuu mail closes at I  P . in. un .Sun- j js that of the (inurn ia! couditi  'or,     5 .    ,    .    I    St--  MiituttViiiu, ii ammono and •Ji’ecrilnnd  nihils close nu Fridays ut ti a. in  open on Saturdays ut 5 ti. rn.  'late. if, is  • filii,,i< la! co'idiiim rf the j 000,000 winch ab the rat- es .bidi j f r     ‘^tlaaumunt of taxes I.   8     lor ii,,, to s„j that f  for fun,Hog, will req*!™ th., Ism..- of ! i    ^ ,  1  " Jer th,s a f™"?  a   n k    »■    ..    r    I_____ ‘    .    ii-    Mr    ,    ,    ,    ...    !     101 a  voluntary contribution of  Lait)    ■    V..V    VUJ/vlo   c _ I sos of supporting these charities can be  ., and j* his condition Is deplorable fV.r it is shown one million five hundred thousand doh I  1  ? A,  J   .......   ”*    I    made    wirhnnt    .1    •    /•    7  i bv an emntv tre-is’irv and •. min« I Ait ii r 1 1 •    1    1    1    ,    i     i0Iltb     of    the    amount    of    the    last    tax    was    ‘    ‘    nnparmg    their    use!    uloesj,  I.    .    *V     r>    an(1     ■'     ru "' e ' 1    ert " )l '’    I  la " s  <•' ronrolillation bonds. Uiuler tho j          ...    I    and    without    forgetting    tho    claims    that  ■'y issued, and was responded to witli an '  antj  n'l'oriir o.„i “triotic zeal most honor* ^ l<   unfortunate inmates of these institu-  E. CONDY, P. M.  hoes vide, Merritt’s Ln.be and Mt. I»    1    V .  J  ' U  “  1 u,,ieu Cr euir, . mn, 01 consolidation bonds. Uudcr the j ; s , lle j and was res  Kbal mails clos.* or. Thursdays et 4 0 cleck  b ' J '  8 ' a ^ nal, on rn commercial circles and act of 1873, these bonds hear date of 1.  p. nu, and open on .Satuvduvs at t o’clock I depression iii aer cult ural  rn f ( .,- nr : QAC  I y.,    i io-i 1 .1    , j a acrity and apair---------------------  by public and pL.na,    j     V Z1a'$£tt .‘ho J^f ^ *“ ^ ^ ^    ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^  spread as lamenribl * All     f     \\    ,•    ,    , . i  t ‘ ie ir confidence in my aaministration     1     HE    LUNATIC    ASYLUM.  P    i.,i.lent.01..    Ail enoils to; interest on the entire consolidated debt* .1    .    '  b.ing about a bot Hr state of affairs will J has bren ro-tlarly levied ,-ve-v v,-,r j tn0  '‘“‘po" 8 ® was as grating as it was;    In reference to tho Lunatic Asylum  prove unavailing until tho finances of; and Un    „..L    J  un P'C<«dcntcd. With a vow to the ■    I rccomme-.d the election or anDoiut-  Tlic Diossigo (lf Gov. llaiupton pre-j once occupied: hut, in the meantime. set,ted to the Genera! Assembly is os ! there is an imperative necessity that the follows:     1   Hampton s First Message ’    - 0     ; prove unavailing until the finances of | and tic amount unexpended lur in crest I ‘ ....... .    .....I"'    »•»j    '    mu etgewon or app.int-  fHE Politic ai. and Kinanciai, Con- the State are put in a, healthy condition should be in the treasury to meet tho 'I rT' *"'*  bul ' sen,l; " t  «f .hts j moot of a Hoard of Regents, „couipo»ed Dt-riON of IHE State.    land    the    credit    of the Stale established on past due coupons of these bonds es soon I,    ,     ec,ed    ,hat    a ."     au,oa,,ls    ro!_    of citizens of  'his county, tho member  the sound and honorable footing t cy ! as issued.      ,    .noted    should    be    placed in the hands of i    of which    are not to receive any coir..  j General    Johnson    Ilagood, requesting j    pcnsation    for their services. 'Motives of  I u Mil.no All it EA 1 is OF l.NTiiRKST j him to serve cis acting Comptroller- humanity will prompt worthy ain i coal-I nave no reason, however, to believe I Genera! and Treasurer, and no appropre petent men to undertake Chis n raise-  copt upon bis j    worthy duty. and they will find an ample  by myself. His |    reward in    its discharge. The expenses  1    his activity ami j this institution, a.s of the Dcnitcn-  date:l bonds continuer    as    provided by    j     his  great financial ability have proved    ! tiary, have been materially    reduced  the existing act, it wi}l    be    accessary to    j     ot  incalculable assistance to me. The    j within the last few months, and    in ac-  provide by legislation    for    these a rears    |    receipts from contributions and    j/tompiishing this end, the Superintend-  of interest I suggest    fur    your con sill-    j    Lorn office fees amounted to §135.859.-     1  ent has given me his ready and    efficient  Ol-illiin ill., r.v/ir,,.!.,!— I* f.. IW    !    -IC’    I    I,    .    T    L...... I    •    .    ....   ol| lWS  :    I    immediate needs of the State should bo ! ,    ,    ™ S °"’  h °' VCTCr -  t0 believu  I °'*" era! !,nd Treasurur '  Cowmbia. S. C., April 2(5. 1877    |    provided for. and in doirm  thi . , ho bur  j  that tl,,:r ' !    a "J'  :uch  w,exploded bal- j atma has been made ,  lcntlcniai of the Senate and House of den of ta.xation'shouid hednade asliuht  anceava,laUo t,lis  P ur P ' se , »«<! if i cheek, counte.signed I  limrescntativcs .    ,,n«.ili!n * o.,.     r     *ue Conversion of the debt into conand- I devotion to this work,  .    ...    .    .,    ...... posMtnc, !oi our resources a.,...,,......,         ...    .    ..........  Gelt th:  Rfjsreientativcs .    as    papmic, tor our resources  It IS. proper that I sh mid, before enter- j aru well-nigh exhausted, aud the season tering into a discussion of the grave j of the year at which the taxes will questions which will come before you. ; be called for is most unfortunate. *  give the reasons that impelled me to I    the    public debt.     v     .    -    «      -•    ——j- - n*^»a *«« u* a  i«aujr ana emeteat  cai! the    G c n *ra I-Assembly    together at a    I    While    it    is    the    province    of the Uousak^ 011 th °  kro i' rM > y    oi '  ru,,d % Gn-.se    J    48. and tile disbursements as will ap-    j    assistance. The two or ta rec charitable  time    so    unusual and    inconvenient    to    its    ;    of Represent*!    lives    to    fix    the amount    ofl^^T  Uf> to thc ti,J1 ’ e    of  conversion    in    ;    P^«»* the be ohs of General I lagoons    I    institutions which have been supported  members. I recognize and appreciate j taxes required to meet the demands ” f |^ w bond b parable at such time and un- j office, on account of the educational, j since December by the .funds placed in fully the great personal sacrifices de- the Sinai ,l„    „    __     3     ,    .    I    ^ er  such conditions as in your judgment j p ena ^  a!1< i charitable institutions of the my hands are the insjituie for -the dc.D  shall be cqmtublo to the State and its j    and    for the legislative,!  cxecut > v « j  :,n d dumb, and tile arphatv home i\o  creditors.    j    ami judicial departments of the gov-j    colored chiliren As the latter is a  THE neduction of EXPENSES.    j     enn5K ' nt  amounted to 876,601.09, leav-    |    State charity. I felt. it. my duty to supply  I cannot too earnestly urge upon you I  a  ° ash bal: ' nce on hand o!  ^9,178.- its wants until suitable provisions - cauld the necess'ty of redwing the expends j ^  t],e  report, os the UfcTreasur-of every department of tUellflknmenfc I  ihU ' d  ° ( tohvY 31  •  187(i >  ,hcre we ‘«  fully the great personal sacrifices de  ma adod of the members by the cai)  which brings them here, but the critical  condition ot public affairs- of the we -•  fare of the State made it. imperative t hat I should invoke the aid of the legislative branch of government to assist in the great work of reform before us, and I  the Slate, and the time and mode of collection, I vimttire to offer some su°'-gestious on these poilus for the considerations of the Legislature. It is due like to the honor and the credit of the v§tate. as welt as to its futuie prosperity, that there should be no question nor doubt as to our determination to meet  tell confident that the p,triotisn. of those j every honest obligation of the State fairly comprising this brancher the Slate Gov- | and faithfully, but it is equally our duty ernment would inspire them to meat, j to ascertain what are its honest Ii ,hilt cheerfully all sacrifices required for the tier. The suspicious which attach to a  tlifmuati!    tl,o    Cr.,.    V__________.    -  interests of tire State. Lour presmiei proves that l have nut been disappointed in thi hope, aud I cherish the additional hope that you will forget the an-  lOrtion of the outstanding obligations of tile State, and which, to a greater or less extent, affect the value of all. render it imperative Anat these obligations,  of every department of the*a®inmen„, .    .  to the most economical state Tonsil,.t I!“ «*« tre.st.ry »* that Lute $258,020.37,  with the dignity and security of the I    P 01 ’' 1011 of th:8 : ' u ‘«cnt is now  State You Will findmanv offices which ! ‘ "  ha,,<5  ’  am not aware '  Tllc  ^ «‘‘  are not only expeqiSve hut useless : and I '"'“I 5  ‘f*  bcc " °“ Joinc<1 b - v ,te   others which, wit«| accessary cat- bel t° U, ' tS ’ "  >e offic,a!3 111 wkl,se thar P«  well filled for compSUtiou much less I T*  w,ll -; Jm,btk,fS -  a H ,!t t0  ">* I  than is now paid. It is, I am sure, univ | p 8 !?** 1 ""’  <ur .    ,  t!'»e iiMiiiS iiaiiieii, V u pii?>sr• I;.41o rovtbltj 1   .     #     I    *•       %     « k 4^ J I I .  luiosities engendered bv political strife, I whether funded or not should be strictly rise superior to the petty cons id era ti of partisanship, and. devoting yoursc! with patriotic zeal to the service of y Staley th st you will strive ca rn “st Iv  .    ,    ---• * tm y ai 1 ne I >  restore its lost p.osperitv, to revive its oulstandiug obligations of the St-te i  c ‘ wasted industries, to reform nil abuses j whether in the shape of bonds or other' «  necessary to invite your attention to this I    ’    ‘i    ' 5    r0 . v “"y Of the condition  subject to secure your wise and cordial ;    >     K;1,J     ''-aim    'hi    tv t>> lorty thous-| ain unable to sees  co opemiions in lightening the burdens I    ■’     ; "‘ (i    { ‘ lcrc    W!1 *  lil 1 n be ( i ultc  j communication fn»u  < -    .    .    M    Im    rem    •inmil    til    •>(    fiirv    I.ninin.,ii>.l    ..I*    >1.    .    i    .    I, ,    •    •.  be made for it by the Legislature ; bu! I regard the outlay for its maintenance as unnecessarily large. It should be reorganized, as to.make it conform to the straitened condition ol our firj-inces, as far as this can ba done without ti fearing the objects of its creation, which in themselves are praise worthy,  THE UNIVERSITY.  Or inc condition of the University ak advisedly, aft no  .       ™     vu .'«_o.    ,    i    .1    rom    the authorities of  ‘aliens | scrutinized with a view of ascertain in*- j  whicl ‘ Las so greatly oppressed tho en- i ?  UDHiUnt :,t t,,c CO! J ,,nu, ' a of lhe  I that .institution and no call for assistance •selves j which are vali^and which are not.— '  l * r b r y and industry of our people. But I  Lc S lslaturc p  s « fficlel ‘ l 1    to     n.eet    j    1ms been received by myself until witid:  J your | This should be a condition precedent to •  I, ‘ ,or tko  most rigid reduction, the ex- I * ,7  u<  ” !arahf ' u “     unt 7     a     p»«*tion    the last few. days, when the Chairman ti  fly to i the payment of interest on any of the I P cus ~ s  '*f government, funds for the ! °\    '*,7^.    * S    Cob,,ctl ' 3 *    ^    “ 3o    0,1  ‘ bc  !    I 4 acuity banded me his report, whict  vc its j on i stand mg obligations of the Si-^ I common schools, arid to meet th^ iiftu-, I ° U  ^  C  inai.ci, j ut _ ...»  v ,,l, \t»U( ; I herewith transmit. "While I fu* Iv to-  minion schools, and t) meet the inter-  ! notice to  : cognize the importance of keeping  . ^    I    —    -    —j-—    «>>■,*»    ut    upici-    i    the    public    noli,, must be provided"  1     ».    *    r -—i  in us government., and to promote peace, j wise, aud also to the further funding of I     al,<1 t! * is     <*•»« only bedene by a -ax on I     TJiK U,LLS uF THEBA " NKor TllE  state |    Gds institution, I am forced to the con  tiaimoiiy  r ood-L, id ami justice a non^ any of tile State imjpbtcdness into the I     lbc rCs ^     ;U1( ^ personal property of the I     b ' r  question present*: I diffieui: j     cbi ' Si<MI tbat tbe  benefits it bestows  a c a. a „  a nd puit.es. io the accoil)- | consolidated bonds authorized to be is-!     cb -’ ZOns     L  0,10  ‘>1*  ft «r gravest diffi- j    problem. Ti.crc is a widespread belief j     lUi(b “ , ‘  t!lC  present system, arc nut com-  p is i lent cl iht.se i.oole aimy I ple-lge    i    sued under the act of 1874 to reduce    I     cn '.tjes that we have come into possession    ;     tb;lL ,l  considerable amount of these bills    |     JSi cnsurate wish the expense it entails.  my constant, unweaned n- d earnest c.*-    j    the volume of the public debt.    J    of the government after the period at.    \     w ’ 3  be found missing from thy treasury,    I    * ° bring it up to a proper stmdjrd, I.  orts, ani in t.iii.', p.itiiotic work I iuv<»kc    | a El na NCI al commission.    I    which taxes cen most easily be paid.  J    having been reissued in place of having    I     u ’odergo a complete reorganization  >v»ur aid, gentlemen af the State and    j Iu order to effect this object    in     a     I    Ours is essentially an agricultui a1 com-    I    cancelled or de-truyud. It is well,    I     a,, 4 I earnestly ask your attention to til »-  oui'L Ot Representatives, not alone as i mode sat islam or v mu/5    .    ..i.i..    .    »    nnmifv (Au- nvn.t<..i« i ...... .    »    '    til ere fore at t b is imw; ur*» r, k  f/vnfi.i,... subject of vital cons *o ae n ce    Sh.;, *<.  .    ,    —.......- „ w;w „  iit u  ; w-Jrs is essentially an agricultui a1 com- I  bcer * cancelled or de-tmytal. It is well, j  am ‘ 4earnestly ask your attention to this  ouse o« Representatives, not alone as j m-ule sativa j;ory and equitable alike to I mwnity. Our products are l-.irvested j therefore, at this juncture, to con si der  sub jccfc of vital cons-quence. Such ac- (  7 ' *  tfU  |Assembl/, but j State aud to the public credit. I respect- j ' n  Go; latter part of the year and sold in I whether or not these bills should be re- J  cao  taken in pre sent as may I;; as p.ittiot-, and (hirolinians. •    j    full vtsuggest the yp.^lointiucnt of a com- !  ( be earlier, and the rule which has a1- | livable iii p aymeit of taxes.    Reforo    “ L * SsaA 7  to  ffmvt tile immediate wants  TUE -A NNO ai a loins condition of AF- I ^'isWliM, to consist of one member from ! obtained of calling for taxes i ;i  I reeeivii^ them ior the taxes, the most*!  tby  U tuvcrsity; and submrqu *nfc h«g-EAins    |    each house of the legislature, the Conip I •htitiftry am) Februarv liad its origin,     r * <y bi ioh»itn:ii »>.»*    I    isli»t.ioii    can.    alter    nature deHt  a living tho hts > few%months, while it ha.s ;  tro *l0r General aud the Treasurer of the I  n,> ' •» the arbitrary will .»F tut Legislature, but was the natural r.!t,r»irth of! which Glo State us clearly imoie,  j what pm ti ai 1.8 tainted with fraud, in j  emailed rue necessity of convening the ;  Staii ' and three citizens of rreo'guizea ,  7    Assembly, precluded me from j financial ability, to whom the whole i  an  agtrieultural systcw  laviiitibci*!’this body ^sttch full and ac- <l"- s il„i, of Ute #n«„cial condition oft!..,'    the fOLt.ECitaN <.» i  t v f c  curate mli.iTiuitioM as is d-Airable, or i ^te shall be rilliicl. and  U ti<W iv hest '  niKkino precise and definite rcctHnmoo- ! direction » thoron;.), aud complete in-    .ti    i    i  . • i    .    *i     1     protracted    un:    ti    ■    he    pro    cc.  (»ji particular measures winch  vestl |rauo2i of tho funded and float ii  • rigid information .should fie h id. with I    can,    alter    mature    HcDfiorctom  j lim view of ascertaining the amount for j F'** lc  imtifurioa on the high gr nu  ** *     I    KS bin. and j  i[ ,mee  occupied.  AL ii* to this siiojeet is that of fi * end I »’ ivuesHy ask th t  ' orde.r that rnit;:file rro'visions icav be i si'hdt  i     1     J    I  m ti    ,    .    ,    .    LlMlLl  I ne Bit : political strut 1 ::'! * has been  :    J     I (uni  made ut. the next session of tile legisla- j " 1  **     # -‘V:    ry    cfee    t    to    establish  sue I  tile  Jure for th  e refit.  rn st  : ann lur t In  • n  |    *    .     J  "‘“VU, I—ana rnu.ung ;  Ve:ir " s 0    }     been exhumed -in I i  Will (icm.-.mi Your attention. Circum- i imieb ted ness of *l he State shall be m-id^ 7    •    7-    •    '    "V    |    against tin. loiter.  on ii.au. ,,  ( ] i0  pve&enterop is n-c salhc.cn;;.'I  v  ad  :  '  It ti ii U’ hn t N .5 I I • <a ,    ^    ...    i    ^  ..Tit I Cl of  lieut i ll c  the lbrms:r. ( systom is win place th ■ a;oan> of t I •» f t}^ State I Lion within the reach of all Has.-r-.,  stance , with which you are all familial have prevented my access to lh:: books aij'I records of the various Llciiartmejits of the State Government; and lienee I  , .    i    .lh    i    — — * .ti I. it n, j, i    an  “    ":' a     ,    to    require    j    vm.eod to oaublo Hic former to rbllte  ’.'.‘i.i-tiMtieu    ti.om.    cr    before    I     mj . thi#eupan it . |.>cr r  avail  Met    •fmnybodesiiMutcd.of    the'    , arot -  ; rn  I  present  ;te:  El LIO INSTITUTIONS. lie !• ted cb e it ;;,I • and c* iucuido n;  const lidatinn bon N  can ncit aer speak authorifcativeiy of the mu inns, tile validity ut whieh    i  ie State. 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