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   Aiken Journal and Review (Newspaper) - March 7, 1900, Aiken, South Carolina                                iv Safot BY SOUTH CAROE ALL WOMEN fiifferlneJroin female rmibloi should try tlie Old It hrn no It strengthens nnil a wom an All MirrorInland ItretculnrlMes at monthly ieilndn can IKS uvfmlwl by Us His Tor youiiK girls for and for at Cbunte ul u iin fHildhy uii orbont postoaiuj on receipt of price Huni or Ke mtili NEW MEWUNB I WHERE SUEEgSJ HED BSfA The Nuiloiml ot the RcmnlitN fatvlon Were Kur jHln hy W i Special CoiTtri ICCOlU In terinent of the of the lute Ueneral Henry at Arllng ton cemetery revives the Interest In historic unit beautiful liurial ground uf nations soldier There natiotinl cemeteries scattered throughout the In which rest the of about IIIKU whu died fur he The guv i rir tliu army ilo not any iurniiiniiiKii is to intii who illtil in tinsirvKr Mior to witli ntitli iiiK ti show LlitinnnlHT lOllod in the the uf Jiny ttf lh ciHilUts 1810 ur iiiy by GOOD FARIVi TO Croft ft MONEY TO OX lOiisy V i i Itnr art mil rot jnrffiti I nlrrfL pr ll A Cul till I J KIRK AND ACC1DKKT i n ft HA v oFFicKr Ghatfield Chatfield arn SjHrirliai inn rnrnihcil fur Itiblir utiil privntc HwflllniTH IL iiiiititiii Th tiiui F DCBEY pnhlir hi know I ujil iitlil r E UI LDtRAHo Mtliriithfir Itirpilnii nu nptiii Uurk G23 Eroacl J Guns Pistols i of Kin lontls I I n 1I iriiiii 5 Thu Jiuiniitl nnd For Sale Cheap t wntu rybriik slure t t Imiliniii in the live luu n ul CniTi ever ll per eeni mt in rni AKi a nre arm I mile irtim i fall ui Thf ami Magnolia A 0 V fc t s 1 is am Ihc fjtivil I nr i inivii itMi uilhin caV nl I hf hui iit tl ihu iit am iturailway la itit ni tfil Iiy iliMLriiity nmi i I linmghiiiit will 1ml waiir In in InilU ami nmi f Jlllllitlll Illfrtr nil i iHiir Inr pain uinl In I i t unntion The Jounmt and Graniteville Jtuonia comino tliotis ami or coal ftl Termtit perina Mihl jml Thirty Ircin rilil i I respectively offer my ser vices as an Will do a general construction and repair Electric Annunciators and House Wiring a Full liue Lamps on Can furnish auy style of fix tures at short Satis faction Cable THK inciit ul1 Llulr In the UiL1 huriiil Tlniv im ruiiiinuni Lniiiii wiiii liniami anil hodhs Imrtftl In iniuiiis nr on lutlih lichls or In nnd no coiiipivhiiisivi rccurds wiru kept or ui ihu civil hu far is the Itilural itnny Is 11 ri1 from cimi niul In nuiny ot1 Ih1 tin1 maiktd jjtrijiiily tin1 tin hust T nullnn nl viiHtirfiS nmi if tiiln aii he iuilufiru it was iirisl it Iliiirhry hUcrwuviii with urnir known famiiks It was thi 1nt spnicii lit as tin hiu In i he hncU tliiTi Is a hnxy luliel tliat It onci to This error U due tn iho fnot that on tindeath of Parta1 tinowner uf two uf Ihu uf lite OIKof PaiUu hy thu law nf prlinnjiiiiniv then in InhorlL iiiu nuoii dtiaih of his In lu wiinio he had unlll tlnii lie IUlh Arlintttiiii he spiiii i and upon his in hu left a Will thi isKlli inns left his coloivd Maria Syphaxi to his niily Mary Ktiiiert and at her ihaili to her The was emiisraVed by hi The wlilili IlillWiil thi close if tlif war inn nd ruiupkX a to I Sinllei it in say that ihe haih of whirli oreunvd in sisil was tluieprestKtatlves of I hi u The eiiiietvry had been laid mil in JIIM sands til1 suldicrs liad alrejidy IKIII buried thenby the so When Ctislirf Mill In lliniMU1 owner in a hiijre lis only ednss wmilil a nil thulier oi InLnileil Suites and tur hunn if liis lo ul ilir in Fairfax Insniith haiiK ul the 1utn aiiiiss i hi rivtr Intin tin Wliiie I ihe lihiund is inil ht view from the lil4h poiuis takes In ail the pruiiiineli Iealuivs ul theity uf innol innmst aUrnrJivi at is llie mansion wliieli siands upon tinliiuhtSi puini in thu after ihe IVmple laiae and bears upon its lie iianus of Lincoln and upon its cnli inins 11 ar lie Mi by Is llit lu tinilliUruwn by is the tu Tlie Irtknuwa and jnst Inyuiul ll ihu biauiiful amphi lU ftl in with chaste Ilirintldaa rostrum ami enluii A link1 way from ihu lu the south are ihe graves uf Jcurire tnsiis and In a glotnuy iiiuler llie hill is the ivm IHL place of Mary it was in this beautiful pictur fsiiut mansion Iltiberi was wed iu to df adoptril and he livd when away on his couLitrys It was icruss Ihis threshold hu when hi uiushealhed his sword In support of tincause whiuh was The uld house stands just as it siuoJ 75 years strijiped uf its antuiiie and Its valuable rel ics of its mem ories still Lliiij The Ji kitehen and oilier uiubuihlltiics are preserved In IL part of the liuiisi live the family of ihv ullieur In eharLe of the larfje purlurs beiiiL foi the use of ihe A is upon which a year are and majw of Ihe nnd diagrams show ing every jrave the luiiiKs uf all tin known Mori than hnvu died In ileiense ui llie liavu last piauo in Of nearly Vast as HIV tliesu one cau easily bu lluve them to hu ior ou either aide formed rows of whitu licadstotus of gruoii between lines uf as fur us vision can Thu gioiiiuls tux1 perfectly There is no urave that has be come la marked by an elevation of the Smooth and even is the surface Walk among these aud in ten minutes one may see such typical American names as Whir Buchan dolph and Plenty of good Irish uauies may be and Germaii as significant of the valiant part played in the countrys defense hy her adopted Silent witnesses of wars havoc are all these but more especially those marked A Leg or An One shudders when he stands beside the spot where In a pit were the hones of un known soldiers gathered after the war from the tields of Bull Run and the rouie of the Over them Is a cannon surmounted monu ment bearing the iuscrlptlon Tlicir rinmiiis could not be but their names and dtailia ure rueordtd In tho urohivus of llwir ana itu KruUful ciiiwna liwidr thorn as o Iheir nublt urmjr ot iluy they ribt in TiiLre ure many beautiful and some mugnlncuul mouumenta In the ceme the most noteworthy of those lately erected being tliat over the grave of Yuar by year the military organizations of the dlttereut states are adding but to many by fur thu most improsslve mcmorlul Irt thu imposing granite sarcophagus over tiie grave of the Unmarked as yet Is the spot vrliere rest the remulns of the boys who fell In and victims uf the Malue dls it will probably not be long before a grateful country will give such to the memories of IhusLbrave meu as may be empress ud in granite and will have to be set n tablet bearing thatmute wurd With each succeuding year the num bers of those whu visit Arlingtou tu bedeck the graves nf the fallen herons is Here is the Mecca of the Army of the htrs of this organization who visit nu ma tier at what sea son uf tliH tlmu during their stay wtiii Ihulr steps toward the Na tional Insldu the ln in thoy forget tlu irad liveonly In Uiu though he hu old soldier or can wall through Arllngtuti without a surging nC sentiment and uf patriotism In his bruast Who can full to he deep ly InipiXSSLd with the horrors that nt teml upon war aud the frightful price that liiiinanlty has pulii for its ad the solemnity that over cunies one In a Hioughllul mood when visiting it is yet a popular ivsurt fur the citizens and many visit ors to Washington during the summer In addition to the magnifi cent view liad from the mansion and ullier high points In liu cemetery to which allusion bus already been UHTC is much the tombs aud ihe inuiiuniiiits and the mansluu tu In terest mid please the Koads and paths wind among the maples nnd aud many kinds of Ivergnens thuusands of Mowers shrulis aru on In TRIES TO CUT HIS Spnctntora ve rnpUd Sulcida Id Kenlilt of un Will a 16yearold negro had bio throat cac in the office of the Var raalt Lumber company thin morning at 7 Tharn is mystery aarroaading the case it difficulc to say whathur u was morder or George prusidenc tliB aaya he had jnac noiahed eac ing his in the office and WOBC Findiujf that ha had left hia pocketbook he weoc baok aud found ic in tha hanua of the He look it away und lold the boy that he would haTfl him He jcaned out and aa ha waa go iuff one oi tbti door be heard a tnruod and saw thac cho boy had cut hia tnroat with bruad The LU a crazed ruahnd down byttinudura asaerc thac J he said Varraalchad cm Tliu bor ran into Hunney grabbed a drajftfiatB kutfa aud u bottle and weut on into tbu buck where he muda dauporate efforiu co hack hid throat with iua This maked ic look llkd attempted but eiumiuncion of the room where ihe outtiug took ahows a trail of blood around cno waere it had dripped trom tue poine of the U rtH There are mso bloody murks on tbe knob andBJda of tba door leading intoau adjoining room aud blood on the floor in thac The bloody bread knife was lying the table beside the dianea a brick on the floor Is loo kin K aa if it hud been usad to pouud the boy on the Vorrault has been arrested and the boy has been sain to the It is thought the wound will prove fatal It ia alleged that tor several days VerruuU has shown of losing his mind and many believe tbac wbilu in a mentally derauyed condition he cut the throat Bozus CnpCHin ur Cre NEVT March romance thac niay have tragic consequences de i Teloped bere An excited young man drove to the head of Canal street accompanied by undertaker and a He frantically cried for a boat to uika him to laying he was Oupium Clurk and ia co mm a A boat was obcained and Captain Olack ww rowed Ha got aboard the introinced hitiiielf and saidthathe had coiiie lor the body of Lieutenant who died on the The the Texas imme diately fiiziid him np as crazy aud bent ixiui Icdvelop chat Captain Clark had married beautiful young Cmcinnuti here after a couple of days The bride is Miss Bersha Shw came here with her Alex Aronaon of Oia aud Captain Chirk bocame fascinated with Miss Warten and sent a card room telling her he was iu cpnunand of the battlesnip and denirad to meet Arciisou looked lieved his representations and theyonng couple were brought At S oclock they were Aronaou learning of Clarka ex ploit made an inreslibation and satisfied Mmself that the man was either inaane or an im Detectives were called the fjroom dragged from hia bride and locked in a Thtj bride ia Nil WJ chairman of tun commutes on reduced transportation has stated thac the suheuie to arrauKe for Dewey celebration had better be as far as an elaborate affuir was as at tnid stiaBOn ot the wueii tbo tonrist travel alone taxes the runways to tbiir they do not taro to make low ratus ur haul Dillon continued We cannot blamo the ruiluoadB for not wishing to hundla excursions at ihia Tbe atiue is full of northern aud western aud there is nothing for railways to by giving auy excursions March Secretary of the state board of health has just returned from WilHamsburg whore he has beeu investigating tha smallpox Evanssaya that tbo infection came from About at cusjtn had beau touud in Wil liams burg all oi them had been put under strict quarantine with tuarda in He chinks thac no further spread ueud be he luit the vaccmutora at work in the whola THE STATE In ToneU To those iivi 1 in malarial districts Nffru Biiflly Fla March A correct description of the who aasauhed lira at Piiuama Park and lor whose apprehension a reward of ib is as follows 5 eec U2 mcoaa woiwha botweeii ICO aud I7fi poundd hair cbin lipa for a face roaaii about 1 dark brown leeth anial third on close co si hand cue piece ot tt otl Cnttiin ia consirierabia actiicy here and in ihe surrounding ooauiry over ttie prospec tive cotton Town lotaare being sold daily and a great many huuses will ba built this year besides Ihe mill Tho population of the town iu ali be ia the utit ii General Manager Listlejohii is tbe mill and wiil uo be reudy to spin the drui COCLOQ next NHjrii Girt Greeu vilie uoancy u nagro girl of Iti has beeu publitily whipped by her father with a 6tourhickory iuateud of proaa cuiion fur u brutal asuaulc on au agttd wbo hud aculdeii her for not do ini the rarnily wiishinR in a proper No crowd was permitted to bo only oue neighbor us a BDOO two ofiicerd aud tv representative ot tun injured party to Sbe tuat the pun was uroperly Furmersiippear tobe taking mure and moreinterest In the work done by At the iceof new agricultural prob riucb plant dis many of them loot for ad vice and assistance to thulr The stations also keep them Inform edas to uew industries anil improved methodsof currying the value which progressive agriculturists place upou this experimental work Indicated by alertness with which they selzu upon nnd protitably all yuluttblu from According to S stutlons are to au coming CLDUrs of thorlty on the lines of they been Hvithv to the local There Is ofl of Informing the tiller of the valuable to him as to have practical scientists studying the conditions of production in his In order that the people whom It con1 cerned might be better acrraolitted with the work done there the Nebiaska last sumnur arrnngeda series of excursions for Ciinuers to the state which WLTU largely taken ad vantage and mimy farmers no doubt received uew Impressions and Ideas which were turned to proflj In future The systems of work aud study andthe fuellltleri of dilTer eut staLioiis of course Hut tlie following Cuors gleannd from an Illus trated account In the Herald of tlie Sebnisku station give some conceiitlnn of the niotlnnls not only of tlmt particular but oC Ktatluii work lu gintial The ngrleuitiirnl enllege fiirm of llir State university iiml tinixiKriimut station are in this wise Tho cxptTtment stiition Is n tlvely I1IW addition to tin1 about 40 acres or tin half siiMnn nf the farm given up m hl There uiv half dnxin or mure substiinthil buildings uf brick nn1 atotu ou including tic ilalry the patlinljiulogiral animal and the uxpirimiii stn llon wniih nnw in of nntin largi1 fraiiH for buildings Cor Inociilailun ot li iKuls In luig in are ac lfiw system in perfectOFtlerandare 1 Vraoiice in nil of the State an abSOlUtC Ctire for A 1 pranlce in of of tliis Jiiiicial lUeu tioa given to a AI Will in the Cmirrn nr auuntioti to MONUMKNTTO THK midst ul ami hiiuyant veg cuiblu liftHit visitor iiniy llml sur riTisu fruii tin heat nnd tuiLiioll of thy his by tintuihlif that huvurs over tinnsiiiifr of thu nations In tin to en tut1 there be whnsu luiitstups will turn to wnnl uf and loviup hanils will In remuni iluwera upim the lust liuiiie f this hrave sukliir inut illall mi the liiliu line In a distant SAMUEL VVIuits in the other room she Tbe poor ir has some imconipllsh you aiid us the pinno dls you so miiMi I UucUlutl to lot r liiUe Fur pcihaps nilmiiis hu was ai Tiiiii hu slihud and my to the lie Vuii kiniw that Juwel of i hired plrl nf miiiLwlin left the Hlhiklnsopps niiiJ lu nufur SI more a weeUV you Ulleve thnt dos woman IK try lug to buy IUT n rruJi Ilaiii i Gold TALM tha guebta at the Koyai Poiuciuua in Count Gubriel dea who regie tars from though he has liyed so long IBthin aouniry that he is thor oughly Hu iu the ongi ual discoverer ot gold at Cape miiKiag the discovery aa he uu bid way to This iiisfciverr bad nmile Couut dad Gareta a very wealthy Yurkr Uuys New Yorker has purchased from William Haisley property in Tampa and The sale hero inalndea half of the Union block and tbe two 1story brick stores on the corner ot Main and Ocklawaha areuue also a farm of aeverul hundred known aa the Jofforda The IjlUlll NEW March of tbe most important iu timber lands which his taken place in this part of cbe ooniitry ior tome time was recorded when acres o lone Itinf yellow piue m Pike and Mariou changed The laud to and Squire of who located it from tho Unitmi aiuieB tfoveriimaut in The purchader of the winch IK is wili cot hecween and waa tbe Enoch Lumberuud corn puny oi Tbe laud lies in Pibu ami Marion and tha niiibur will bo manoiacturad at the nuiU nf the company at ad jacenL Will leg islature has made nn appropriation of f for the purpose of erectinsfa monument at A baud auiue ahait ot South Curoliua granite wili be surmounted with a bronze palmetto The commission consists m Governor Att jotaut General General L coujninniiur South Carolina dt visiou Unitijd Confederate THterans Colnnel Marvey Wilpnn and Captain K The monument wili be erected on Snorigrasa where the Caruiinmna funght and there wili be markers tur Gists aud iManigiiulis brigades and Oclpup perd Clnirjid limb March 1 former deputy jjosiumacer at nnd appointed to the poatmas tersbip several aiimiha is umier ar rest on the cnarge of Tbe afJiiinvit wan made by Posioffice Inspector Tfau shoruine IH said to bo in the Oweui waived numbers of prominent Deinocntta uaiup on bia Tha affair in as he bas borne an repatatiou and buiougs to an influential Kentucky special from Middlesboro eays William Pnrdee of Pennsylvania has bfiuchc acres of coal and aud near Oral Or Ha will at once build a railroad connecting his land with tbe Louisville ami Nashville at Stono Abram Lnutz of New York has secured options ou acres of valuable mineral and timber Inntls in Perry aud Iriin Kiiriiiicn For Peters of ban proposed to transfer a big iron furnace aud coke plant from Irouton tn this He wants rhe cit izens of Knoxvilia to subscribe Htock in the company aud ba will put up A moetinp of tbe cbamter of commerce will be held touight todis the is generally understood now that the South Carolina Exposition company wili be organized within the next The letters received lately have been of such en courajring tona as to warrant the execu tive committee iu dsscussiuF the mak in of a speedy aud favorable The plau ot haviup tha special commit tee report at a meeting iu the au ditorium bus mot with much and this will probably be Attoi niV at i iu ul luiy tist a wtt plnce it cm same nih tin j Satisfy WYMAN j mention Tht1 Notary Public 0WKNS AUciLy ni 7 I Yul S ii mi Itlrhliinif A but wee 11 PLO aiut Lnurciii in OHnL Hours tjJ After gance and Economy Wlilil j an j y il j Jill nk li 0 inn llrilgiwork a Cocaine or Iliint ilinLil vv ili nn t Ill J work HIMNHV i Liilil ii In if iur tiigilili III j l work ctiinMiil to nift will re division and IUOSE of the di vision of niival militia leave Wilming ton Siiturday uuder command of Cap tain Geurno Morton for a cruine to It id a voluntary officers and men paying all Capiam ilorton saya there will bo two earumor in which all tha re sevea divisiuns will ba on croiflfd 10 the aorchward aa far aa New SHORT LINE TO THE Tlif X w Kxtfiid in March chiet oujiiuour o tue Okla homa and Gulf railroad U authority for the atatemeiit tuat the Hue oi his road from 0 to Aiuarillo will be pusiled us raptiily an Locatmg purcies ure in tho aud the ftxact ronia bus uot yet been se but tuts approximated extension will bd When thia sball have beun the short line I from the Ailtttinc to iba Pacific will be 1 through tiiy Mem phis gatevrar und it will be coiiBiuerably shurier tbaa any other Ic id aiated by llolicer that oiteusivo Hurvuyd are being uiudd in the Ciiickitriaw naciuii toward and the construction of n line of the and Gulf HJTM teui to tha poiut is almost a W r i 2111 Ci I n ilurch Luke Wright returned yesterday from Wash where ba wenc for tha purpose of liolfiing cocfereucw by appointment wiih ilcKmiay ragnriiing Philippines When asked concaruiug his to be said tho appointment hud beou tonderod him iiud that he bud minified to the president hid williugaesd to Further than that Gouenvl Wriest did to discuss the piirticu iartyas to rhe uuturu oi iho wont which would be expected of the Ic is tha general understanding chat in tu the cocimission aro now being prepared by the aufhorititm in Wasniugcou find uuiurally General Wripht did not cure to lwe a thing to eay regarding thum in acminee of their promalgncion fruui the NKHHASKA OK Ihu Inner hull u mllu ironi tin mnin gruup ut and ilu sugar lnri luLahi al working sialV omsljts uf In tlie facilhlcs an pm viiltd stiuly ilu inn uilur wurk ni of and fund witli Uiirlr cninjtaiitivii valuo lnr biiihr ur fin or are Ttfi1 litlmratu anH y I 11 iiii Iin t liaiii i in Hi J DKNT1ST with Its Tur nniking iinl g the hog niul black leg t iiml tur thu of tlu1 autiui oi must ul lu whkli ilunustieanimals tin 1 an Interesting piirt nr tlu field ijxprriniiiitK tindir ylon uf the illivctor of ihu station ux curried uu biMts and utliLr Jn llie plains IUIL a titw pruhlun tu tinfiinmr uame truiit tiiHt o The deplii propH1 for Jnst how much and lun to plow fur have lo learned uver and ivci bust IaiuiiMi iiii iemiilug iiiw KAiuns lu On llie fiinn wherv ihe austeiianet nj1 depends npun are dangerous and fuilures experi ments can he and the work of the experliiHm statlnn Is to the fanner the of fur Hardly nuy TiUiner would have heeii iilile to spare the Ifiml and expend llie paiiincv that uas iu Lliiiuunstriito iln fuel that ierliilij under cuiidlllons eunld pruiilnlily prmimxUK It was done aid the assur ance that lu similar fanneiN ciui sufely plant tied depend outcome In tu tliLwestern stuck lu It do velopu tnac James wbo corn jiitted Buioide at Mecbanicisville by tak ing WHB disappointed iu Gardner was fruni Norrh Carolina and was 55 yenrn Hu willed all hia property to tha girl who rejected Tbe corouera was that deceased cauiu to hits damn taking in grape wiue witn inicidal ii nsr a K roTTftTT iviu a Housekld U i li i pUl f f ReaI Estate JOHN Architect Builder I il ri HMI i Minn i nnd Now fonwt reservKB or additions to those almuly existing are nbutit 130 lu The Rougb HiOer Ls n new strawber ry for whluli it U claimed that It is ex tremely large and productive and the latest and bast shipping strawberry ever Vttriin U1 SL Cran aged died this Im mediately after the civil war he was appointod by War Governor Isham Harris to collect all nrm8 from both fed eral and confederate sympathizers in tbia By hia persistent effort in enforcing this he made himself encountering much March Col lector Spentund Depiiiy Marshal Burlietthave been playing bavoc March Prominent citizens of Tenuille hare organized a new to be known as tbe Citizens Capital atock subscribed A committee was appointed Co collect 50 per cent of this amount and make application for rhe illicit diitiilera m this eec Up in the Mciariand aettieiiieut they cut down 40 mash tuba and de stroyed about guiluuB of At one place they eapiurud an fcOgnilon i cnp ami but at each three i other places che still bad been pulled leaving cue They also fonnd ac one plucu a ftap aud a t h u m By i E n 8 thamper whisky uau be quickly made und removud than lif tue olri and thua it id that tba offlcertj are BO ode jneit too In the same ueiirhborhood they desiroyed abont of beer and two very large No arrests wtiro made ut either Sthnol president of the Virginia Business college at baa leased tbe old Kiagi MoujiUiin Mili tory ncbool buildings ajid proposes opflning a military and bnmueaH college at thin Sauh B for the larper is very much necdun at thin u ace and will no duubt be well SOME FOOD I I I lie IiiiHLff1 iii i Roal Siberia OU and i FURNISHED COTTAGE TO March Representa lives of all East Tennessee fair mud Race aBHOCiatioua baa beeu called to meet iu ibis cicy March whoa a Hcbednle wiil bo decided upon for for summer and fall racei and Some of tho finest blooded stock ID the utate will be ou theae March cora has twen organized capital ized at o market ae brown stone around on the Seaboard Air The offioeru ure Doug Julius CK n JOHN Clancys 1 5 808 1 i i A i U I Ml iin Th Trespass ii ill Rubber TIM CliviT innler Campbell Aug TVVK WKITKH Miveil n iini I ilieri lnnnl paper in lr anil A jnire Ilr r Snecini J n fMliF io y fiuWirituJons iu 7 SToPiTEHTGoo tje secured by our THE PATENT unl Record   

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