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   Aiken Journal and Review (Newspaper) - January 10, 1900, Aiken, South Carolina                                Wit hl SsWj iVvt w JX J Wi WfcS v In treatment of diseases whicli they are can be treated juub effectivelyat the ypa rangements i or any other female you the fully restored ta Activity and if for a ifrwinanths yoif Kill usOTegularly rjj f Gcrstles Write to Tlit care for on female DOCTORS FAIL BUT CURES Send us yottr name and address anclj wo mail you a copy of HeaKhr Mothers Miike Happy a reliahle treatise on female diseases besides contnininp othtrr valuibo QERSTLE K5 Hoffse Cbmijuttee CAELISLE For Saltli To those Footuxar we a iv carrying1 in beg to call attention stock to puruliasc a firstclass article of to leailing that in Hens Shoes AVe carrv that best known of ail lines Hanan and the reliabl LC Hue of IN LADIES SHOES arc tlic ugxnts in this city lor Hurt fine This is one of lite oldest and best known lines iu the We are also exclusive agents for Fine Slioes for Prompt attentiou to mail 826 BROAD nifutlon nnd Hvlvw niniinn Tim nnd GEORGE Contractors ar Bulldiog Rough and Dressed ORNAMENTAL WOOD WORK LIKE AND KstiinaUs ChciVliilly ffifie and Near Freight CouiualFar the Opposition Uutibia tpUitkVttn Arfturaeut at TblB Owlajc to tion tf Roberts inyesiigatiag oommiUes Uite the daugh Utah sat neur Tayler o Ohio ataced that iie rscaivod from exSecretary John VGnrliBla a lector giTing hii views ou the Oarliale WM unablo to make an oral ftrgninent time owiug to Aato Vit teemi to the question of citizenship or at lease iiothinif uidaVontit iu the tes The record of Eobertu appli cation and citizenship does not comply with lavr 1 deruiand it and chink he will be allowed to any itaie npoa u certificate baaed upon that The resolution under the committee proceedings it to ascertain and only upon Robertsprima but upou bii final This Oarliale diiouasea ou the evi dence and iaya He is at this very moment not having at auy time abandoned or renounced tbe the plural marriages nnrt cohabitation with the alleged wtveu is uoc at all nec Tiie ia whether the committee will decide oti the question of final right chac an tm doubted who justifies the doctrine aud practiced of ehull be allowed to hold a in the It was determined by the committee to ask Carlisle for hia views inoru ac leuKth on the generaljnght of coii gresa to exclude a member Robert then began bis Roberts read a typawriteeu nieut reviewing in detail the proceed ings of hia case np to Ic said in part The queationB to be considered tiro the prinia facie and final right of E rapresautatiTe eleocfrnm to a Beat in the hnune of represauta to he waa elected iii the month of by rue peo ple of Utah the electorate aaid tiiite gave him a plurality vote of is a case in which there is no contests Eud it so Tar as tho pro ceedings before tho committee is con the pos eeases all ihe qualifications preboribed by the constitution of the United and where there ia np so fur as made before thin either in the atate of Utah or the United States applicable to the wliion ilis qualifies the repreieutativoelecc from Utah for the office of oonRreaanmu iu tha lower house of tha American con Roberta dwelt withupecial em phanis 011 tne right of a coaistitueiiuy to determino upon the moral cBaractcr or1 a It is left to those constituents to de he what shall be rho moral status of tbe man they wish to send to congress as their representative and not tothe houses of In support of this he with eti approving a OOT greisianal report by JKt Dniiiel Voorheee and in the course of which it ia said thac tbo house of representatives shall be com posed of members chosen by the poopio of the slates and not by tho representa tives of other according to tho notion or the nooessiiiei of self preser vation and tielf which might chemBelvei to the retail or caprice of members from other in any process of purgation or purifica PEOPLE HIGHLY m C jEGucaM BtxtlM uf Ail Horribly thn Cowla Hot PreaTayturiuQ board of miiwfqni in tkii letcara today liCX ViisB and mtssiouarles of the Wta tioned at Orange niviug of U villages and the killing ot W or inohj natives by tho They re pure ihat tdtita of thevlotima euien by cannibals and that bodies OL uli who were slain wars their having been cot Vasa waa formerly of aud has en gaffedin mlMlon Vork at since Hawkms was formerly of Vusa states that of Zappo Zaps In the Btna country haTing uud ibe work pr tbe miiiioBarim blinf the W co make an thti 2uppo Zaps oampamd foond chat Li villages had been dettroytd by lire in id He law 4 bodies roaud the cam From tiirte bodiod the ncsh had been carred and The chief that 80 or 90 had been killed and nve personi eaten by his Shappard saw UI right hands It uud drying over a in uriler to be afterward back to the fiUtM Sixiy womett prUonoro wtiiB con lined in a pen and Q men bad aJrojiy aeut away Iris a aid tha raid was ordered cause tho people could not pay the exor bitant tribute demanded by the Ttje state that thoy re porteii the matter the proper officials aiiJ domonded the withdrawal of the ami that tho chief instituted a connter prosecution on acooant of the Iho missionariea further say the Kvxppt are a tribe kept by state for ita They are sent one to LOliyct and goats tribute irom the and oan then and kill for their own liiuuseiiieiu and Tbu missionaries aay thoy are oolleot iug evuieucu about the and will sfiiu u to Boma and to Viifis says Thf whole country is and not u left The people ari in mo Tonight in K radius ol iUnut there are nuny avorv sloopinp in the iin we arc in of a Tho state Is a terror to Hot Water and Hot Air Heating and ai kinds of Sinet Metal Work Done to Oil Fishing for Gresceat Show Mimlow Save be accepted for Purchase pi tjcok accepted with t are R Action Iu Troops to The j troopa sent here from Raleigh to pre vent the lyriuhing of Ruben a au gro arrived this morning ac oclock on a tipacial train over tho Sea They found all quiet arid no iu diuatiotifl or threats aa to When the citizeua of the town awoke they were Rreatly to Gad the streutd filled with Boldiera and the heaviiy They are iiiuignutt that the military should be sent hare wuhouc ita being asked for by uie nu thontioa or needed for the protection cf the So Htroag is tbo ou thiB point that a public meeting will be held here this afternoon to denuunci iha xoveruors Ross was lait fall convicted of assault ou a reputable white woman and was condemned to hunff on Bafore rbat day thts governor him nu other mouthii he ox tended this another f baring troubfe from the paople hare on accuunt of the he troops here lusr DAILY NKW QPKH 7 U7 7UJ J 43 i l cottoa closed d 11 111 116 lower miii dling uplaodii 7 11itJ middling 7 Siilea GRAIN ANB WH an TWO ARE CiitiflttT niiiuiffH Bmtcuoei Tn Oandltr ban iuatuiued Dho decision of pardon bnurd in rccomnioudiag that HD COIICBS uf and a be oommutfld from eenteiica to Ohiinl was to have gone to hia fete on CIK at unoa and Ihe ot chief exeontlTe ctmi omly ii in stive the neok of the man in iiitortssta petition have bwu in every part of tha was convicted monthi ugu uf liK nionierof Poitmautor Thornp un ui iu Montgomery hu crime having k wus for an offtnw ko grj in A ion For oom npiiuiiuad by the county court wirh the duty of 10 buy a site for the eroo a cottonmill pnr of the old Howell E pkice near thii Work on ia eieciad to bagin at an fjufat te p ry USE fe v 35 KxSiuii senate icharges of bribery Senator Montana proceedings gnu by arguments from uuuiitiel on bolh Clark with hia former Senator Faulk ExSenator Edmunds appeared leading counsel for the making the in BOppurc1 of thei memorial prusQucuti He said ina ex peotadto be ubie taprove all thelSsargea loade and to show that alee tion was obtained by the liberalnae of moneyarid litrgu sums nf money were to this end Ho be Ueved thac the texpaudicnrijdoould be traced to with duo effort an the part of the and hia associates wimUl isk co have a good many witnesses summoned Mri Edmuudu aiau timethe cbtn plftinauta expected ro pruve all tbe charges tnadu and in an would en quite thnrontfbly juio iliu Wniteside libel showiujr tliiit Senator Olark had au ru appear in court he had rufuautl to untiwer any ma terial m v PenteS Arw te f m m C 5 rovrs mm itccement a questiun the admiasibjiity uf fusinnoiiy takun by the graud juries o1 Low is and Olark in wbich Soiiiitur MoOouias took uuciidiun ro mtinmtc time he would besitato to purportiiiR to viblntij ihy sucrocy a grand jury Khiininid said the notes on the granii jury hiitl been made by Attornay Cnnaral Nulan and had been preseniml md ritieivuil by the Montana cm chu proceedings asaiiidt Jolui EsSenacrir Fauikncr mmto formal itatementon ut reviewad ihe puluics of ro feniug to tbtj uiid the Olark faction in tuc DLuiOLrutio party o the Is lie uc knowledgeil fact ibu the of Olark iu tbu baa UK corraiued to prevonc his political prbfornlont re gardleas aJl the Jtwouid charges wereinaap DI iuLbtry ttffauiac incluiiinji ite maiubern of the ihie had had boon no iiirvmst any of the men thus involved in tiny nt rho Monnuia Thn that iha present uut by unblic He rfuid The prosBcutLoti coucoivmi the womb of perdunal the cradle nf npoii corruption and tuifl NEGRO Bluconitcs PENSION deoidedr by avote make ah seatSenator resolution was as follow That Matthew adniitted as a senator Ptfunsykania iu accordance made onApril 29 ihe povtrnor of said The members Qt vot ing for the redolniion ware Senators Hoar aud ilcCoiaasand turjao apppning Senators Pettijg and SehacoraTurley und Pritcbavd were latter for and tlio foiijiiir bgaiust the No definite time was set for thu sentatiou ot tho comtiiittgoe rcpori 10 The minority will ulo pru Bent a report and the nudurKtivnriirrt w thuc the miiiority is to be notilieu by the majority when it ia ruaiiy 111 its Senator tha only on the committee who voted prepare tho ryiors lfir thti hiajoricy aud Senator Hour tnut of the A REPLY FROM Govi rnor AIIWIIS S imtur Giv ernor has moiled to Senator u in he things Upon my return from ICow Yuri last week r found your letter aud Ihuvo found time today to rtrui J the temper thar uouuce iha you to retiaiiC the uanio of fur I 1rank tiiau you ware aud stare tlmt1 tool kz verbatim iroin a Kpeuial to The AguHaraid purporting been sent hy Air who thac he gayfj it as it in Tuo 1 posa that your own winilii liberatcny your rocoiii m UiO jfin pimply rho inent attntiuoi tn you IIKTU ii hnvti been no nnltir u is tn uuvf rliut charfjid ihnt 1 ywtiei had amount ui in in onu of fievctni ihur ihuisun all tbuir prnperty 01 OVIMV kiiui to a Now Jersey IhsL li truO O the extent that 1 tiiu aiuouut of ot sunIt in ican Coal eympiiny ami 1 nnj to see any crime in n 11 Jersey I do and DCVT f uv A lit 1 H o lire Hiepn to of the Nutiuiial es Bounty and PbiiHo United stopped by A certificuid ef tnrned to i c was ishnuii from uid 1 D irtri to Mactui tile oturiliunfl ilatiiiil Keiief OE tho can HOC be at tho to ubont iavij hM uf HKHh in t be a remar with tho guubaat urtu by tita insurgents ij Thiy B Rid near n a eniali and balon il anntir were con n overwbuliUlwg Snr JLf tlm f rtisi1 h nni ii nir i iionth biuruii them in chose the all effort B to locate the Flliptnof Sunifi lime Jiince was re had beett ordorwci iujy Biiviid ihroufrh iho jtrcnco of IA ON V n ii i Id1 Uirdfr ot Tun of u wit t ho inuiderof btafMniadtwr of the ot Dramatic cgia thu opura in m the itoida aitonnjou for of in iho l in It ioii killed another liinriii at NflW General ot Puerto airiTftd on bnard ihe Btsamsr itir wore General K Juinnel HayU of buroaa in Puerto I4eu Battle and Auditor John CLOaB All Orilut1 To third Auiit General Maddon bai iva ordsr reminding poitmaiten of rno requirements of the Iftw for delivery mail matMr and utiuinion to the neoeMltyof mow find in A iitny nf tncltiuto A was ru turned today by tha J tiD Henry a with having incited to rial on in which aaran pertoai kllutl und a number woomdwL hic the 10 Auts u of lias movement umi The asaocialicui bu this Stoy Ittittmi Ovcf A ireiininary OPftN 05 turpentine i recopta ndub none Rbstn firm receipts Ill re i1 LUufllind to men killed today at the Illinois oompa plant Thirtyfirst street and The men wert at wurk in the biasting when one of ih hiice blast furnaces foil and thsy wore crashed to A Sliootn His a nepro has been arrtited at laurens for slayinghis EUnry Coot claims tbatheaoted in sfllf shootinghis wheu ho w an ai tacking him with For Over Fifty been used over fifty ions f trate JoLu t oharped in firo tn tha Porkiii d Ho Vii1 iu iii rior The cirojm PonHisiinu ttilv in inuvinp that Stoy was in tht1 vicinity mi the alarm i oxciuiniud Its Peikins ytipil I luiu ynu there wus tj n hut tiina iii the old town Ship U ri i ittiiIl fi Grunt Vestern line nirtil stKiiiner sujuuk ou Black off irilimu of at 0 oclock this mormug aud The crash awoke ihe num bering rujJiirjfi ou the ve3ni slowly The were iauiiciiert within 10 after tha Btruck utici there was no Aii rrni were but one wuo An is dead and three1 injured HK the rusnlt ot an accident at HoiMfsroau steuhvurka lait Two of will The men wore chnnirms trio in ihe 28inoh whon tin with which thay raised the into piiure letting the heavy niaso ot iron duvvu oil to 31 ha eighth an nual meeting of League e Oommissiou merchants will bn hi1 id on Wednosdry nexr the Carrollron hotbl to ootttinuflihrouirhoufc the Kmm 136 to 150 delegattp from ofthn prin cipal oitias in the Ut ten Jjtatod are ex pected to attend tlic havti 1 tvor terest rttninto eo any gymTicaie or rn lands ru fur red tu wciv I siy thtsc tijiiiLs su i have occaaidii fu sjiyik or tbo eenata you may know unj trnti not rely ur Btuteoieiiti of TRAINMEN TO Kitltrulloii uf in hooil ru riiiiremuu waro exam uiibyitn gniltyV 1C trLti uiinouncuii the and not uiuiit oianydilnrory tile CJttfted rind thij BmiQ in I tion The Jnn uf Kiilroad of wiihdniwn ihu of liiiihvjiy l withdrawn nf thu tniiin wiil iisbiuid the tcuir irber hnvu winch tLiuy bcuu utiabin with rnadb Lccause v the fuiln leiiijratioti u unanimuusly as is required by the riii tno Itis declared tbe liriiiuen jind graphera have griuvuucus in tlM which are aeriooa ami tKr be a im 11 tho which aro Tbtiiufecutivo uli meotiufj in time chie coursewun by u Tho American icderifiii i of the followiim oryunixufi Order of Brotherhood of Locoaisitivi the Order of Railroixn rhfa Brottierhuod of llriiirnaii It is stuierl thut auoihtir will be formed uamprwd i whiLb have anco and Htiid rho btumliug JISG IB fitio eiMOijfprtoiitp the n atayti that vrtij ac the ripbt ijLio ho direct ihu tliitt no words iiatibed be i DJJ umi Morrifiou tliut had on her btroet yn to ijava apiwariii iii Pans thui af tiiu time of tho y ii fw JiJinuted to hiivi nomi jillthii actors anl ihj wero iinii ihostato fiii frsumry cite hour of tiif luither uitiujiua L on again was Very In Litctriciiu of the opera iiv next Hu WUP i Ikion aiit Wl n After U to iilJ llllll MisK ho C with T TUSACCO u Wilt tti h t nd aloat ho aciinn tukuu ui ruiiroV roe in i It Euthual hold in the to o to ihe ccnvtiu ijjh oil the Sevan out 311as i Myra theprimn is in a criti cal from Inn affliction and ohd is expecuu fit any nun iug of cnnp Woonnioa thu World Nub in city lust and will htjid a encft with tiie tiLld iepnnni of tiiy unKr in and aiijtuniuw iu tiiis vi cinity tori ay ami Ac i5U dolepaten are LXiiiered front iOnst North anri jStirui ttoew from hero tn Atlanta aud will viiiit primttul ciliej of tUa south before to Iluiimd lEtcil Mucll NEW Heed was reported toiiay to be com fortably and much the superintetidont tho saidunlay fibat tho published thac a second openniou had formed Rtoil was au Some cimu iu the Bakor he thought another operation upon ihu Amori iijuijrh uieet lni by North Virginia of liiH fight the urn uf the vl i f n s u ran o 5 A report la puh jiiturnoon A bufttxe r no Associated Press learns cablodV n ijrufiross a Reed would hnvo to but thac the too Tifis b n every   

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