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Aiken Courier Journal (Newspaper) - May 31, 1877, Aiken, South Carolina VOLUME MAII MAIL MAY 31 OLD SERIES of he inten to 1 L i and then to their oWflCnrrjpt With the h hv the othee Kill no j of the terrible stories manufactured here i Dunnir Hie upck from ui to ClT months bv tht mendacious nc k I ro politicians at an affidavit for I tu base his wholesale unrests up On Thursday morning tho West 10 on t prrsccutioi1 htuinp rested its nftcr ia y matt closes IH 1 on Sun UnmmoTul ami Greenland close on FriJiiys Jit i and open on SalUlilii at IX Merrills Iys at oclook at i oclock clove on 1 nml oil Su GOlttilX S POLITICAL UKSS OF ASKS IN TI1K CiHCUiT OuUIlT 1 1U Uial of eleven Of our bett the charge ot mur der and in Charioton bcforu Chkf Justice VVaitc and Circuit Judjie Uuiib gothcr us tho Circuit Those cases cvere selected by the prosecution as bcim about tlC s aul as test he f over Jatucs Ahhkb tirccnttd llie for the to lie jury in un nrgu iiHnt by prcit warm earnestness of nmnncr and a cal perspicuity of He went in m and cnniprchrn ner the proof which ho proposed to submit in buliair of the showing that they arc entirely innonont man of the chilles brourht ii thenind during the whole of the dcplorcl troubbs under tiie and for the of and tlic preservation of ibc exposure of the crest f Radicalism may hope for days of and under good National and Gov ami for that natural harmony reen tho different imes which wouid have been unbroken but lor the malign influence of the FROM May In the se cret of ihfi Senate the subject old WHS ilie vci After c final ilii to iix the pay otuicuibcrs at for the for pu blic J3r which will Dinka the av erage pay ofincinbeiuiLbaut or an being at the Iuto ulabuut citvou and one hait hid most of rlic tioi up to his then cunJBjgted the allowing the thirty days the hitt Mission ana ferty days fur tho present M the ex superintendent of today quite tunied over to Superintendent Thompson in United States fivetwenty gold and in interest en the that being the amount paid to the State by the lesion Joint story of thc trouble fairly and onkry Company fortlsrec cxamnanon n witnesses and to his skillful ana is do for the thorough nianriojin wire the perjuries of theprosecaiipp have been and the true to the nd upon the result of his tiial I thirty witnesses have examined for will Mid the or riUnquIh the dtimceso and it is fcalievcd the uictit of against several hundred j cml Js quite very others affidavit havebeen j little liiore rebutting testimony by tlC THE OIANGI IN How IT STIUKKS A KKPUUMCAS Cou Hindu by now binir arc The George ul A John was rtiuonii the number but was ihu Chief Jus tice deciding lluit Is hould not be dis ul in public services This will see a turbed wliiljoi us Stale Senato of e in way ond we hope to present our read ers mxtwuk wilh theyrtiicfnl news that the jury cnijtinclitd to Uur the evidence have btcn true to tlnir JIOIM our the iroui thc ijiiv and have been tlnvwn upon We cannot a emplc ihe during ihe so lav by but will endeavor to our readers with a u brief Tho as is we yre drawn under Sections 550S and the Keviseu inu a on the part of cur Us citizens throughout in i whole jjeclioii En colored by thuMs and intimidation voting tiij lin were called ihc liJla ins appeared anel his tL V or wit i insti r and til so iinu lc und i by T i Clady lil taketi up by J IU thu arr iy oi a i a Wile sni u o the tho case will go to the upon the arjiUiuont of Counsel and eharpe of the aid they will cx pcciod to do tluMr duty fearlessly and Columbia Correspondent Ccm sec large parties of well dressed ladies and jientlcmen up to the This it a brief outline of pro visiting the Senate ind the clllinp on Jio chatting with this heads of the and uajvin niorrv all about the build J in ir is d ticw and novel as to in vite In all uy experience in the which ban been cunsidoriible In the past eight years I have never seen i lady the walls up to this and from tno pcfyoiintil of the tho tiansparenf of the testimonv ior tlie pnsccu tf I lion and the strength of that f r the Oe we safe ii saying that tie re sult will be eitlieran acquittal or a mis and in cither event an ignominious failure of Whins to bring ruin upon the white men of We do nor err in attributing this bitter and prosecution tu His ac tive vigorous brain is the caldron in healed by the fire of political hiito t icvengi which ever burns in his and perhaps by an avaricious liRcd of and worship of the Almighty have been conoct all the of judicial that buve afflicted our prostrate Siato since the which he so hiitclv eontriiued rJ he petty ntturncy is but a puppet In his inas tiis as he has always is merely an though a willing and rendered rthich li c nnw Ibrccd in en Jure throughout the Stuc he has barv 1 iirmiuy but is and iVunL iri the TliC vindicivo Uiannei1 in u hich ic piir ihe victims ot kukiux is Htii the miixis and the c of Vkcii well the of power und MOIC usLtl 1 v him lioro to in Mor iliJc of thu ni tlsLfcv very The baj un 11 pi in ihi Sijub icr ilieir atu f laU his n dcti at JuT the ti c hs him in h labor of t has gi il Iht1 tha inauLiuv Court also Hit ilK aiier was lor i H tails idi b hf ri Jinu ui uiits fun opiicu v LI n of these Ooibin his last eibuts tins been of that building until his week This vhit flbhocrence the whole thing wth regarded by the white thuy Iiad as much uversifn to their Cap itol as to a smai pnx chancryd and today have seen two or thrue iiunarou laches visit ing L be Seats have been pro vided for them much as possible on flour of she two and the sight ui so much style and beauty among them tiun d colored his duiiecs in astonish menu Tbe Different i f Ui preventtives is a coiiCern irom what ii was when 1 last the had onlv friin Iwcnryiive to thirty a linlc budy of whites cif in Liie sjutiest c iu from bv SOoi91 bhuk Tiiey ilvs to do aiiythiuii but aigiie with ilaek aroiind for tlicir o do a siowii upcn the le of the tLe Kentucky was was the only Mick speaker who could hold them within bounds of ai like decency the like is a sniall man with not phisionl or intellectual could do nothing but nu drowning1 other noises with the vuiuuio ot hS now tho bndy is so well behaved to strike the obsirvcr the first he Mponthe as I have every seal savo nnc or two is dcctipiou by white Upnn the left half the scats are and the others arc occupied by about thirty coii black a cuntriit it makes Step to the and look first tn Detnocraticand to the The contrast is Yesterday I passed by houseHis household goods are packed and iis household guds Tiie hallway was tilled with boxes nnd The people pass by und say The ulref of the is LO iec usjrivc Ye he daily and nijiluly walks ho streets without fear and without which he could possibly have done while attempting to force his claims to the ofiiec nf Gover It was Chamberlain as thft leader of the hhiulvs and as up by their if set up at that culled forth such aeadly and not Chamberlain as i As cit izen he could remain here with all and gut as much tu do in aR the nest but should he brunch iif into politics and go about the to and oriian izinp he deadly hostility would break out The simple ruth is the whites bdievc that they have either to be under the government of the or on 0Y SHE KS01VS ABOUT How DIMITV TKIEU TO LEAHN n AND AT LAST Misw Dimity kniws all iibout it She a time in ignorance iind felt her situation but at hist she is wwer and She always wanted to belong some but how when she did not even the difference between n and a She Itvikcd niisiuusly through all the papers to ain tion on the but tho only plain satcinont she found thatLH Dem ocrats all liars and and rhe Kepublicius all thieves aiu scoun Finally she asked her ppa about and he looked her over his and raid A my dear tho you ioft lumps in the heel of my yin uanuil them last Girls are ior presjnt Speaker was ihen a a ioc tin but utterly unable u wav lie used ro Irii me tliai he could ict conceive iVeu what the saivatjuii ot Carolina of aifairs eouiii thliii nu ihj on hid o u is occu pied by as line nuking bdy ui whito rt you iil H u iny Wiia Ujotlev cnjvrd u iuw for tho lifter in iiid Jlie niack t iHjisy anu laujihiup aju eiitti Then she asked he said a harder A Demoerat tne guvtTinnrnt as tlic suppmls uul a ilpubllear lotsno uniil ho lias nil bis potk i ts ihe ois Sho her but he turned p0 on furiously while he liirlv niv 1 hope 4 I ciuid not think tf sueli a thiiip as i Then she went to nn They jilways knnw It is a peculi arity of the Thcv can get up i oxplanaiiuii of or reme dy any inside of fortyfive1 Siic asked him with suffused eyes if he would please tell her thedif fercricc between Hcpubiitan and Mo looked a little startled at Muck his pen into the glue tumbled a pitcher of iee water over a pile of and was himself He said UA Republican hasan uffiec and wants to keep He tfiinks money 500 hard money cither kind good lie thinks the country needs salaries arc to the pco He cannot boy a thousand dollar cam of horses on L salary of fifteen hundred dollars a but some one must ask impertinent lis country dear to bat hi is dearer to his A Dem ocrat has no office and wants one j lie he scorns to ask ivhcthcr the money is hard or he only much Ho ill inks the countrv needs reform he wants an office HIH change in his bholds his countrys honor above and els his own to the highest bidder But Miss Dimity her hands over her oars and cried Please tell me the name uf the other party to whicli honest men and patriots u that laughed an ivhuuian augh iud said Long iig tliey a Itiitern who a they wanted to find an honest man J you had better borrow haft headlights and a gurden rae and eo and look for thnt lost if you are a true 3011 for the tluy all at Long Branch and villas ii Wushiagtbtt and and are petry well supplied with tlie have out a ioiit their is all jono and their viiliarc It tvlil he i drcidful si rail on the and Miss Uiiniry did n for And now when tiks politics m her presence he listens wirii that booiira L O sadness bnrti How to Tin Iollowiug story is lod of a Ger man farmer Sivrii in die o Calu He to con1 ny from Ger many years and pri empted u ucci1 i11 fb town where lie lie prob ably not havini 5 but he n ui without w tuted any thiitL lie t wi o pay nut ness tir el i fir Ins hi n e and tact any outside i c like anu i r VL and to sell lie had lor i iai1 bluish t live ir ir around tlie hind 1 n i v to pay ho rope fastened i and year was up the sawed ret if the the fur tho pas I up all sorts olunwnnuuly in MAlwbohave maiic the easily tyi olths 1 speaker over at Xexi a wise am my eJ niVer it n fact it s i vily yu the Irlil S v i iiT Si he wii t I cash for a niIan puts lin the no bu kiitjfa eaeaiy liiddci
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