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   Aiken Courier Journal (Newspaper) - February 15, 1877, Aiken, South Carolina                                AIL On Mid atttr this dale the Postoffloe mrs fill us followi thn week from to Aithere riomail received on the office will nor b opened on t lint1 day TO 3 o 9 pis arlestou mail closes at 1 on Sun Hnnimcnd nnd Greenland iflils close on Fridiys tit G and on SiUurliirs at 6 Vlerritts Budge rind Jtwl 5bfcl mails on Thursdays at 4 oclock and open on Saturdays at 1 oclock Fub 11 the chair colored Orphan made a second appeal to for aid to that Kim us Governor which was at once granted in the term a check fur one thousand which will be sufficient to meet the nec have nut slightest idea that Hayes will ever be made But Whether haves be counted or Tildenfro declared jor there be a new NicholU goreVnmont in this Stale will It is bused upon nn improvable rock and ma chinations vff rdjjuts and adventurers cannot prevailagainst We think the same may be said of the Hampton Government in South is a of though nut as as Hejgiil A 11 A It Y Among Forepanfhs p IT fellows around jjave the tli ir five of as contented ami hippy elephants is ever killed In the of nttue was Irtish and the sealion made urtccmscibus od his in a duel itMier during theMexican wnusd he a very close fight jf Wells and Maud its wore to contend in essan of this institution for JV some time to February n it uKmg to o c ibeen issued and the tfnriDllmetitis progressing fivo puces Derringer and rifle all wf which the officers of House could supply Wellsr President Grant has settled upon Judje UnitectStates District Judgeshiip of The Wilming ton says The Honora ble Judge has been to Washington and a pleasant interview with his very Jnj fcpeetal friend President He reports that the Presidents private opin ion on the political situation is that there is not the doubt Electoral Cum mission will coup Tilden Aordh the Louisiana pr eli nii nary rvrill stmd ondifferontg flow tho casu Certain toiugh bat the ineligible resignuntil aJier Correspondence Philadelphia 1S77 win ura animals in avbit barn on the I in his CITstal lank aid tuwn lay batlwd In and yel low a change came oer the spirit T qlcplirntine The fOWnship by thfrfide ofa sireet j which I coul1 leurn no s uiud try men to wide strnitfior loo lions and ill he keeps woiider in the N those fourfooted challengethe admiration of Young elephants that qre more than a hundfrd years hears that sit on tteir a tigerthat f r on his ht9id vw lions f j that would eat a without wustl towy jH0b4s a lion that eajta a peck offiih swiojs around IHH ituTvk ink ing ahypna girtrws his wny out everything that he can be put o be Chained a Vhitewoolcd whose naoic I have look lovingly ut you and ftek and sudden the cage wnd a of THE Vrii graybacked liitle no hun a ugh for a Presi of March next to Content him eelf with with a An at itttude to reduce the pay of of Congress from to vety twobi und four of the i i nicest little elupliant paws in I had a jiitleialk with fur she cau talk aatvll as with just as When I went tip to her being of no more noise than Guod aiternobn I ther Jiibeautidul She said this by lifting her little he trapk and taking of hand as j in will gently as Then sheaBked you in your pockets j inr at a Httlo heap of them lay at Thts man with the A f i her Sheis as gentle this whipped te lions that failed to go diero will be HH Commtwion will on It is a point the will comes out that the telegraphed U be did to South Car atid Hayes was of enough votes to elect provided that the votes of the State tten to should vote otvl urg iVee Radical papers have expir h FfoiNtla the maturation of Recor Fsrrujidina Oaincs TKej the entirely nnd thtit knocked from under them an fti media to collate was the result Judge Townsend has decided at Bennetterille that election for ty officers in November last was nnd haa rendered judgment of ousters against the incumbents who Stave holding oter on the no law ful 8acccsBors have been ing that erery dfbrt BhoutMp made to the Demorrats from capturing Eaoh telegram was a brnzon false All of the States appealed to neceseury tn dkct Not a single vote could be and yet caoh that ihe others were ascertained positively to have voted for Republican A ruling which fe good for da oupht to be equally good for The Governor of Florida certifies to the election four Hayes electors j the mission will not inquire whether ctjrtificates be the product of fraud or of honost The Governor of certifies to the celeclion of two cleotors anil one Tilden The Electoral Commission must accept these OProgon certificates as bindinir on with u pounded with polw an3 punched them with iron He called bard and sneered at nnd got thein terribly pluogcd the caue and over each others till tiie i und as and playfifiag a She has very little her but her violent one the gentlemen Has to some bold scandals U She is about thrhe fi and rocked aad THE COLOR LINE IN MASSACHU Reform Club pf Worcei to which h5gh or rich or black or white were ai first hag voted to colored ap plicynts The stood 76 to That trill make Samuel Tilden tho next President of the United Motto of tho South Carolina of State Canvassers it weie tben It were Dpaa Le RANDS NEW YOIIK CITY BUSINESS is the title opa val uable work of commercial just issued by Walter Hcugh CoM Printers and of 14 Park full und complete list of all tho Jobbers and Manufacturers doing busi ness in the preat classified and arranged by Trades and Occupa andivifi their treet atvd num New It contains a In j A I very little hinrer thani ars tpeovbled As j J J r i and be a wflF soun as I had a plan lor rapid retreat wouldn c siud twenty thnusaml dcj Shes the fi mapped out I began to inquire about the mans with a view to writ ing a little obituary for him but sin RIES wg fintl to the SoHtJi was by this viw re it to or ice pelf hat he wio them owiic4 by kisWrvahls bim oars IJiig tossed in litr She she enced sue She rubbed her eyes with the end of her and t The w awoke her sleeping She whis pcnd something in her iaid the old I never The tiiild for everwae gularly enough lig succeeded in dodgin and escaped withnuta Tou sit on a circus neat may be you and ace this go ijito the lions 0e is dresetd in spangles and and kisses bis opens the lnor the big lions be goes in he displays every VuecfeVevery is heroic and the lions What a brave man aherp3 Hut como born in as wy of thtw Herf Bothers name is healthy name is but aained the baby As elephibts live to the respectable 3red fifty or wo hun d jfiS baby is still very very good of neit as in He Vas their their patriarch Ages infancys Leading an tim far repose When you went forth in your pluck your Selling for freedom botli fartutiea and Closed lajmitihis shirt quiet At eight oclock yesterday morning the proprietor of ifemure and faces the handsomest of them nut Where was that prophesied outburst of sip WrcftVing revenge on your children aad wives Nowhere You left all to safekeep And this was faithfaj nn3 hue to yeur trust aster and servant jnutually renpiug DouHe rewaid of good aud street put down the loek the was walking off when GCIHTOUS Smihtrners I wlio addrew he was hailed by a The saloonist crossed the street to the bim a wicked cut across the face with an j si bis whip 5 then he hits another md other there nre four in the till be bhice isglosyd upfor von gets them all tiUiaj tare to keep out of Theres nothing eonr about A TRADE But about going into the When he goes in for exhibition ho carries an iron This iron bar he has previ ously heatod us nearly hot as he without its heat showing to the The lions are alniid of it It jglibt but thut carries him safely through What is the matter asked die Shared with too many belief in yoursina Cut I rccnnt me confess KnowledgeSs victoraiwil vins For I have I and sure of You linve been slandered ond tutfered paying fiJS nnd ibecurc af the Great MorlJ shall repent of its wrong MARTIN in and days Dilden is j Cbarlesloni February and he kicks otcrthe Pony officet Well I such Toolings In tin first place a man 30n comes nnuddcr in und Hayes Jias cm now and he kicks Anndcrman in i lectio conies in un1 galls out WE arc tu many shade hut ouC in nur streets Inis A uumhernf cilizeni pro This is one of the the lions ets of the ber It is an invaluable for the Country It telte him where to obtain anything from a needle and I tcil it to you in to a steam of first or second If you have any ambition tt try take with two uit the iion more und liu Siiusi like dot lias it been for u and I am Ifsotncpndy pays Dilden is societ will Noliuily elected t prcaki some posed plnn tn fill up thesivks ind cen tre of Park in reirnlar or in clunrwiof different kmas tqat the cri wn n t dot if sumepody says The work will be sent the publishers to any pre very brace up a eagre I relieve Jot i i s to surne do their nerves til i upon the receipt of which j put on your sternest look nicn is as follows full bound per One Dollar j flexible eloth bound SoveutyGvc jents the sublime to Ifcoiitamer WfducsJay boy how thoy ilo r tho baby t the these up ill1 atrd carry it in Park buo in lrllt A l where trees arc it does bother cne consoled i but and a lew renrs the y another benutful town rivtlin all l hriv loBcd UP Jor ant iettnie 1m mined his fr onl of chiof beauty sista in its mairnificent shade   

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