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   Aiken Courier Journal (Newspaper) - March 15, 1877, Aiken, South Carolina                                irr A M P r r J i A I I M I r I MM Fi rf f n i r t l f iint t i f I f r r M I I i A Mul vJM K h h I n f IJ HI Ji il JON of JiHlnJ M Ml I h r I MM r I J i i I J jet if of Mir I riff f i Ijcl of f hr Ml T n I 1011 N d i n l i ii J i i ri i 1 r iti I ii ni or 1 i i i ii i 111 pi Mr f ApiMiillli 7 Th InC for I r I Th i w r1 funf Ilvnr In IM ii from f vi r v i ierl f o I r i j i of ih piovi vV M K VA IM The Jteiirn of fJsiirjMr Jtntwinf lo u ir n j i I Li hi N I j j rt r Ai p hlc ifia o1 Klh iiii r prcfV j duti ofli Jl Ill I haii o In diflieuU the KJI frmn w iui h I t Mnfeh I f Lit v if William lo nay haifa voMn were hnil the rau of Key find many of of the f ihe repo M of ived M f will iMly MI A UK a IV r t Ilin p i n he ion of ky o hflt n It mad up J in pat in we j fund H mind nil t vote Cam in Cfiroli lor htnaiiJ ave lutvi ol oioui voted for he naiil in i H liis friendn in j of yjunl j the of i deferenee lo of Ihe hi he influfiiiccd HIy hy a nword to the overnnieolK of I I iiO ll AN Iho eaut by flu the and to iti no for as he in the way of a favorable inau i voted eonfirm every fniraiionof Irehident S Ser lai f Wa l h1 I Oar Me Charles The wan in until livi iriinutrH to Ulicw until All of ihe riiuu nations OR iue1 T In privab a memher olthe Senate so far JIM there wn no on the part of the part of he OeumcraUs tn rhrow in way of IVen iilenL Tie latter he show ed a disposition tu be fmr nnd eoiiBerva poliey in South If he cm induerd JH will be for Chaitibcrhtin will n ably tive and tlni Democrats inelined to t HIIVH and In Sou flu The South happier today than whcn Ntich Ihe of nin of the was in UK heretofolfr they anfl ninnv votes have at woro o for i The and noes wen ordered on i A vor ieeliri ejihi by iho Republican Senators in ex uufiv session this Tiie I Heired to relish the chagrin of the it1 Republican A proiniiint Scw on be ing ahked if he thought nil the nomina tions would jro saul well I wouldnt like to hazard my reputation on a yet I think they will Kivft hini a lie further IiaH u H JhaMhn published that twen in it re had voted if pirty who is U ShcTmanH Jn legislation and in tho wifbrce meiit cf tlic This fact Governor and ho will the fi va rt Seh and T Devenw were c without Ietlor o Chainber fnl opportunity npw offered huii for inercasiTig penee and prosperity of iho American people es pecially who have HO unler a eloud in he He in making hifi Siulherti select only men who live iti the and are identified with ts lowing letters were made public muturial and by the by Governor at the j In tjelectint men for local Fed st of Stanley j ie will not hctitute in np he to military ami peoph Jiuil he Creed now and forever from the il neent I thank nm and for words of and i IH wish ilnt and every member uny to i his only 1 Innitatioo of I he Kortyfourvh on and I hat nd AM Jn Speaker all thi bciH rou trt their arid tlio Democratic side rnd from ihe eheern and roundH of Then eame the BCnes of and in half an IiMir the HO lately the rtccrio of HO much pasH o Iteron if d in laniiia made Ior im e has been Would he NiltVl forth Ui havo fniii in 1 Ly from and an w bluekod in In d jiliiima decided to brcik the Williami On n Was approached by Ji of one with uri open hit ler fro in in which IK h i friend to from th xafV Im pnvriLo papers and TI i hi key to him tit Thin demand wak with pf remptory at name timo ijma made jukmaridforthe ick had hCfiL on tu bin frieidj jvag Leunl oteps were on and dei and thus eioHd K ali be some of them by the i 1 J I and arc the letters aiiutied to by i nmntm when tho n i i rt i I o tikin of their It is understood thut tlr nominations were referred in order to trivi tvie time to i H l r what they to do I JJlmiu in tiie Senate on the 7tU i torests ol the country and thepeople WASHINGTON March wn be sllbHfrved by so To con Tin reelor of he Church of Miehael and All Ali made a most address on Wednesday the graduates The miseries of he before Trial nr i i iii i recovery J tuL Mi fu friend had it on iti way and unlike the Kohn of tho Walhalln pos it Ciifu the clutclios of the w re in u certain the pRAIl have the honor Sotiotarv handler savs the publish c i t i op u personal uequairitance that he I but nave learned to repeet 3Tou 1 resignation mid left the Of your Interior ccvcr Lo j ihu nhcny o ynu doini prefacing it by tkat speak without authority from any wncro wholly 0 Liic with roat the of that in common with all the other members of President their resignation to only my WWM The Hayes as is usual upon ihe Of public affairs in South Car of the term Aho s tfjf c 1Ie and uU of tin Cabinet reniaiu un til their sufccHvors have ted nnd ni if th of Rf Jhe always re at length in i initcj and impresses nnerous and full of emharrnss firm hcse we 1mre simply to refer to his ftplcndid xoi OF TIIF Speaker When the of the he crop of Kmallpnx and or luxiirinufl of on Speaker brinii his and everybody wants rrist iti his When the is called to visit a lady in very moderalely sick and capable of beir in a gentle fora time ivilioui would prhably prefer lo he muderatrly ill for a rtisid ihat s a pill is Mtadc me us one Li by the policy of such a way as not only to remove all WHAT IS THHIGHT TITi j thu disturb tin nn at his session un uui and vexatious have of I posi ne only clement of American lo ith Cain bufc fo aris in the generally is conserva tive in Seliura and necidfdly The ultra ing from il the purty in oilier pirts to do the at of the has oeeurnid to me j ovcry 1or th first time in whether by ynu r own L Houxc nf headed by ami an arrane i has ocrupied this sire wxfsiiijr their eunSrjnatioii and bitter against JIu vcli as iieef iVom Ane Kviy caiididiiti for Ir si iocy hv compelled to tipen tiic or ollieiai In iie tiid not feel justified to leaving Mieii valuable to t1 e mertiy of a ijiau had made i studied rule not to pay out one that into bis trust and wiio by hix ofiicial hurried an uc timely ofour Nor the om who euiiid hiive had aeces to lh an are inffinrnid is in nud in Ihe of thr friend an and wilh iliiihLr in he il in upm him fn o I or ivh in L nidel i it Ihe i a iia jorir1 f 75l lO1 ii UT a i il i i a d M MI t he a mil d ii n to prefer tfif no merit could not be arrived at which with untiring obviate the necewsity for the use tu lno universal ncnriinent fnr reform iri March 1 he announcej L i v f k HI ai ns eitirir jov i atid tne ol nent of the of exSenator to position of in received here and in NushvilSo with by all as indicating a conservative The Cabinet Murch 15 minutes to 1 oclock thin the Semite came out of executive Kcssion ftnd ndjourned until after hav jlJtiiS are id by and a have the of cause to for him the diivst is at presuiiL in jail ihn is not Our State on i nevv and leuve that to whieh Kraud i r l i U H ablolo stand of Sueh a course corruption have been exposed and Cuneress lian a Jaw an mm derer Tnliivn frnrd nT nrohibilJ ti the use nf t ill over M ueh M And il would relieve the administration from mide aiid uxprniditunB of the the so far as executive action have been ia of making any deeision taxis have been prohibiting the use the eounlry lie bill h nnKrli to the interest of the been lea and iu ones he hus thir between the conflicting and every deseription of uiijuc and Would place you in a position j u of the pubiie muny ha making the sacrifice of what yu deem In thin regard this i i c ol a lariii i si i t teas and have hilelv on that of tin Od yoor abstract rights fur tin of demand ami wllil1 Cinnfictii the Mate M i the peace of the which vill j srd by ea 11 of the remain j entitle you to the gratitude nut l Jri njtcet to political events the sosI the Cavj tn well to reputation of that the ofliiiil oiidufi mar hrmld be thoroughly o ill our ol dtii I Cut i on S X nh bk in i   

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