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Aiken Courier Journal (Newspaper) - June 7, 1877, Aiken, South Carolina yr T di I e 11 c os L ofil c c v tfOfc mf fen Vt 5 Bridge and ftXrf 4 oclock at oclock to Aiken terminated is rum n It nb I c jnibse rthe ical lond of their every Tli e exposed C i H iiHihf if Ivkir I Ik an ha qkvnc In ii at the and wore not the jurv j iliat the both mid potit were unlinvlul a word up uf prejudiced Juki corrupt ttie Court in jurisdiction uf the all to no pu tvial must IsVxt duwu tiic irusnel of hfito which would pjvorn his course ia the in Kavle and Stone red wiih idi t lie venoii of u renj t pliitkal Tho that so lir from us vhjreJ by tio or is by they wereCuispircjl ngiinst and only famaiies and their So ttroni was their case that the only nonpartisan on ihc jury and five Republicans were in their One or two of tlic negroes on the jury tried to their manhood and tort verdict oC not guilty j but the party lash reached the jury and drove the poor neoro back n n to Hided in the Oonri is in al otvr place Jiidi calum the black man flrainst llm color sine drawn people of A ikon will re me the only thine connected wiih this use to then the of tVu people of and tho zeal arid earnestness of the attorneys who defended polvtjs and ihcir sscrviccs if thoy rated faiUnog than cloven dollars a They dcsiro to convince public they are mtuh more valuable iis lhan as ItnvycrA smd The five Demucmric Senators tilludvn o wu have Wnn able liiiiui iii the salary iruib are ana But is nut at likely that tin bill will puss tho or reevive the on of JJa ly wisheil for t f llencc he tfgtati ocmocp EL fyti2 at Waving tlio bloody is moving the qnlji Palmer and the boyfi in Whitemen aro placed under oun tUt ft DfluiOCVHtc clubMb u nest iii awl a councilof And this is tho prgud boisi ot Soath Carolina Republicanism the But this is not A government can but without formjin aid utterly crush thing more uiust be Henoethe appeal a nee of notorious Ku Klux and Would bo Senator and be hind hiui Marshals and Wagjilcs dolfav And a hulf witDCfBcs j wbolecoRimunities of white men arrott ed fby ao I by night tlio jail and Wnds United first to then tu Columbia and lastly vt bloody always waving as if possessed of ihc In iu tho United States backed by the powers of the and in view qfthe entire eleven ftIioio couviciion is sought i radicalferocity ood For all too powerful on the one j oppressed innocence on the The tn tthe which voic called THE SEXATQUTAL On the 2Sh a most e Mid inalancliilly instances of Legislative strongly reinitid mjr W of thfi cirrupt and days oi Senate Chamber in In vot inpor he appropriation bill five Dfm poralic SnuaffTS back on their pledges unidc by the ale and voted with tho nopubli in fixing tho pay al the intitiiors of the Legislature at about ahwn n day which will jijjount to about 20 nf cotton to raoh The JVeiPS am Courier it be true The sfato unablo fopay iisdebts the people poorer than Ihcy when they returned App and Greensborro Ond Vdform tin ery every North nnd and Demoentie vutiiii with the Kcpublicanrt ti elcvon dollars it day U isin txeept upon tlic thnt theeleven nut ex pecting to remain in public bont on making whilu they This wicked however applicable to like Nush and S wails cannot be applied t1 sock office fur the lionorand not for the and whuonly ask that they be not out of pocket by reason of theerviees render cd the Stale jXmocrats with the Republicans coismnced the ciiijority in tlie in session on diy niiilit Agreed hit ihc rate of renuuieratii n p ceh ea and listening i lu1snuie should be eleven dollars a or eight hundred dollars for the two sessions Eleven dollars day Tlic wording froaisuniifiti to is con tent il he can make ii dull scasun one ftfth as Tlic toloiccl laborers are not paid ys much in a month us a elected by their proposes to absorb in a Thoustuiiis of working men mtes are unly too tolnbor fr dollars i week Tlie Senators tho Democratic Seniors When with the eertanty tr t thur acts will bo exposed and condemned from one end of South Carn ina to the to twice much pay as their constituents uie willing t ihey must stand on very hijrh pay to xiy bast of It is hinted thit the of the eleven dolors u day ivv A CHAPTKIt 0V Itriitiiiis i Lend rtloiioy on In ID Kiicli fhf Wemay fiomc liuhton tliis sub joct tlij opinions of tlie nations bolorc Clirut anil iur tlvis rea sun I Kii txarninii Tcie thnl a thouui years Christ the iiLhi Jus ul interest moacy loaned in special They it as a bitsc and neui jPsiru take nuvaj of unilhus The llouian Law hid tile respon sible oiily for thi not For the and NIC public npinioa of the nation y the of interest by pro jnuneiiL it a ancient coiriiJored landing iJiOicy on m ao hon able citizen irns net uritil so lite OUO liar was Tiic old Ger manic as ropurtcd by in coijipiec iiTiiiancj of the had ncvtr heard or thought of Such philoopliera as tnd uniformly even when nude The Old ment 1orbids it between Jew and tbuugh it the Jew to take in terest from u See 3t and As uli the word ifusury in tiKsc mul nut usury now csorbiUint or illegal At the time our Bible was UansiHlcd tho only word ihfl Kng lish to express interest was the fuvnier word bus entered our and in all ilia new cf the Biblt you find intivol wherever occurs in OUr old Coming down now to times lifter Christ wo find that the Koran forbid No MahaimmjJiin is pcnniitod by his Bible tn mkc interest from his The Ordinances of France disnoiliuc niini it immoral and irreligious as late as 17S9 u was His tcr n ports chat Pius the ec 1450 approved the Lead ing houses modern hiuiks of Italy as IlnUiOs oi Piety became they were in stituted U niuney without and thus nave tho ptdpie iVom the cx tnitiuMs ulthi Jews who wure the of The council ol in the took the BUUlC Xo we should beware nf ar uiiifr tuo much from tnuse tacts in asmuch as the commercial relations of nations and individuals have radically 1 think they go to shou that the fwlin of huiimnity nnd bruthorhcod is opposed to the prac ut what s yri the New It Sflysjust every htudious Chris tian would expeet to on this sub Tiic New JesUmeiiL is iho iretiiuy uf tho Xiw Ics aiiient our interest when a brnlhr borrows to his aixl jwtnits us to do lie borrous Tlie in and in Luke JlTTni FllOM 1013XVT oi l ject ol S al The 1cr iii ihe divine of the had The nicnl i JiLc nk VMs hy the m bn od and principles by till 7 n him jdiiicnftr i irk 0 C Onee and you lluvo to write something juurnal j so in those tiuioof pitlitical conspiracy ui item or twu fiont your neighbor county of Id muy srrve as a diversion to stiine nf 0 miles from vJie6ed in the of thy rcns and siaruis a neat church kiulwn by IKUIC uf U was there ihit as invited appeared on tu attend a schuul un der the auspcs of the Methodists Arriving there at the hour ui 10 octOek wa found ihc seats of the church iiready well filled still they uitil with an await in j the of tlit uf was on i CileotCab Mm iiu tllti 11 as u are llj ti sweetness asiO iiiat entire ro We Mi and be useu rod was a r ircit 10 Wright oltercuionies and introduced the iur tlio cuuio tiio nudioii oi a of the npon i In of which was lnyiial und did bouor tn hih huad and MrDavid LiiciCfUiut of fulluU ed in an iiuress on he appropriate sub Kind wurds CIM never Ills speech was tender and well pleas Is i ice any lo tlie if uiiy fronj le Miiown K him as ho eoncliukd his beau tiful Next eiuuo the spcoeli o principal Male eoiiipleted the trio younp His theme was Fixed Thy iiddross was delivered pi and he his purpose by appropriate drawn iVou both ancient iiid uiouern Lynch powers as au the patiior in then made somo umuriiti and instiUCLiVO leinaiKt in ilio ami wus followed by fi bril speech from on the of which he irated froui incidents of real by most tenderly and uominenciti wiih If papa wrc causing many an eye to moisten Secretary of Ilarmmy rend the quarterly report of the when all repaired Ut ihc bountiiu re past which had been prepared for the The auditory were n hiui the by SunJiy Urnc d his and thus iihi lul and otUei Iv ai oncof the most Jeii iortuue to utL uu the Miene njiii has eve May uur iid Mill hit if her 1uuima which hold a mectin t iinc n Miy Yur A Masier uf i hlt was at his utuniy OLD NO330 nut abito prcent to in deliberations of oui Uould that could say a word t siimul ite en thuse thu Stitc to become is iippntuno tmic fur them ti Mtnbi e in the iutcrost of il tiiey becoiue au iiKbperJiiit and ri i tMfiibi nation and that may ex pect tu intc ijent tillers of the Tiic time for the plant nf a memori il rca the grave of our ielhnvlat Thomns G i toKcn uf the rqrard iti which ho held by the iu was postponed until fourth in this It is oqpeoied ihit adJresavs will be uVliver ed in this oerisoii by Lis Master uf the Si ale and cxpoct a full turnout of Patrons of Uuslmndry du thi us well as ciii it ml Tiio aatl the InVecamnio dation itf llnLatot ileasc piint ir the benefit of the Ailcen i thrt ac of my experience during i tnp on the furnierly OJillevi AikgTi 1 li name Aiken tvruiuiy uu indieatiuit tli or siiuuld eive iotthe jiCeauimudrMOii ot the Aifceipubli Jiut on yrjterdey I tho accommodation the is at prenint more de and the fieaiiiiontrcmvtd is well ndaplcu LO make DC believe that the Uailrcatl did iwipvt some of their out of iho of the Seviiiil gentlemen from Graniteville and with arrived U the in at 3i uciuck I tv our tlutt some lady were locked in the ind LliO In mt MX U1 complied mi eitlier in rhc whtrc thcru is nut a particle ol mmaiu in the hut sun until it pUatcii ihf piu of the to ill luw thi to enter that bastard iiecomiiiodaiuin where you T tntmey nud yur to eitlie in the first or seeud cluss nil in i lie auc where bth chides of ant scparatija a sulid buard I tu Keep them Innkingat each other Our fiisf that we had u partiitorj with it Mnail hoic a the a6 suou S the eunuuelor arrived liuoxerclses would uf the new f the rail for the accommodation cfthe Aiken Hound trip la ircui une LU one and a ncourdint lo is to if you win quaVUv may have a omit ot cool provided you your ticket Oncof the rfficitils to watch the and when I en tered the first class department uf thu cairn a drink of 1 naked if I a My answer well it wonl do to put m the J DisLlbied wilh that I wjit Kr md I iVUiid no in spire ot my huviui a ticket will one Huh hole please tell couUl he uOnuwttiiii with Vu ijusta by our tSaud River U ihcad train IN thu vntCii rrs pnundof and it them had in send thir to besliirped on fihcr One por JVllow a pap f Ue hut he the of tlu fjSiive IK fit 1
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