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   Aiken Journal and Review (Newspaper) - March 14, 1900, Aiken, South Carolina                                4 COTS HJCII EteyrSI tfOK UHPWS BY Lie ON SOUTH MARCH M1 i VOL WOMEN PnfrerlnKfrom female troubles ibould try Old Tima has no It Btrenjrthens uS It I for yauiiK for for women lit Chmte or Ule ttJ or seat postpaid orTnTceipt ofprtce nook on Home Treatment of Ke isoasel you tl Swiltly When the curulni ol theiiizht drawn And a crimson glory Hub WHowiT HinlaT und ever liisliiT In Brimming utr willt TULJjy like k ioifH iil Am bundinn tiy tht Tin sparkling She Kivciri mtlr ty I have wen the Summer fniin hir purpiiduuil IasiiiiK sottly oviT dwt inntil anil Jarlundtd with Hitflur anil cvir In dir iar sin home on walls ot uiiuHiiisl tin over irlmiiuvntiK wui anil rnn lur clmriiii Ulmviiit ami Sinsniilis ftakuiiH UUlt Curlv Head Out of liia Ijl Mill usual at 7 WWD clock 9 oclock my Men went to their work In the stores and mills at S town clock aud quit work at 5 town clock 7 my Tbe next morning another hour was lost Vfben my watch recorded 1 the morning of tbe clock recorded 10 u was A BOOKrCE Kor liy to Loan TOLD IN THE SMOKING CAR r Yuru ff ii Town ox GOOD FARM TO MONEY TO ON farminu Kiisy Nu Hur rowir ncitml nf I MtrroL IALMKU it F1RR AND INSURANCE OFFICE i Chatfteld o 9 TOWII o ooooooooooooooooooo ihe read ffjonilns the time uccu pUd hy the tninslt of tils luu train und furryhimi lu this uu i lie way home ai ulghL lie luvurl tlily ihtyed whist In the sinuker willi j ui ItLs IelluW lie luul iHua 11 Luinuuilur leu all this It iimy inferred that 11 tMviiiure uf And so mii wluii u sutily louiiins sininjer with n lu UK inl baKuy ami a wild Ulnre In his drupiiiyl Into ihu seat usually hy his iihiyhif purL luueri aunuy while blri iwn who hud fn th lll Jhiisnii with tlnlr stiillrd ill llSj The gawil H h1 with a huk in iu an oiijisirjii which soeiiieil u cu i Not a their ulltl rrmn thy did lit furnilhd fur public and private H incniiJii Tbe mid mid the were tm with plans ousting ihe sirnn in event ui apietiraMue in iblnk of nihl Meimwhiktbe iniin brsiin to innvr mil uf tin is imd failed tu appealH suHetimes happiiHd so with uinuf 1be purty Junes tu Invlle tin straaiier tu uUia huiil in tv Mine he al tin am W DOBEY I pn he ian GUILDER AND iuil Miliiii tlifir KtiuiiUfx liirnihtd appli pnnnpiiy 023 Broad il 1rnih tu itt the wbhli ytu huve fur lndniKiutv In lii nnbk jiinc f but 1 can mnaii silent IM luiiir I fevl that 1 must speak and Kient like a 1 till Tinwiakmss Uii tn ihV smry the downfall nf the village f iny when ymi liivc hiard it lit ynr syinpaihy uO t and my soul which It I he nmters the is Harklns uiul I nil In Paek It is ibis tnwn I I intend tu speak and the dnwnfaJl ot whleh makes me what I misan a upon ihe fiiLe of tbe night of plainly apparent that a day was being ost and the pest after when tbe town clock struck it vus S oclock by my When the townspeople saw that it dark nt 5 a prent fear cnine over the and a public meet up was Explanations as to what mlRht be the matter were solicit ed and many theories were propound ed it was flnally that a great change In the solar system had This theory seemed and Itwas adopted as being ihu only solution of the You Backville impeached the sun but the town clockthat could not be at Thus time weut or rather and tilings weut from bad to Sometimes two hours were lust in one Backvllle celcbrntec Christmas according to my she should have been celebrat Ing Washingtons Next yea of July was celebrated will snow on the while the Thanks giving turkeys were eaten with th thermometer at 00 degrees In tbe shade began lo what tne matter was the town clock was at faultbut I feared to reveal my thoughts to my fellow Meanwhile Back In Its benighted faith iu the town was being drugged back through ami 1 not where the cud would U goi so tbat no one could JiiHt when nlghl was coming or when it wuuld be Sometimes twilight was taken for early and And tbe money spent In adjusting clocks and watches amounted to a fortune In Final ly i resolved to tell all and die as a ir fur the salvation of my said 1 onu day In pub yuti are nil Vuu urc joined to your oM anil lu your blindness you Call to see that the solar Hyslem IK not at fault your watches are nut at town clock is at It out of the steeple or ivimlr it otherwise we will die In tho darkness uf the seveniutith century while the rest of the wurlil la living In the twentieth An hour later 1 left 1 did nol depart as I would like 10 have depart for I usirlde ft rull borne by suidry fellow ami over my body was distributed a beautiful coat uf ami Slnee geu 1 have wandered about tbe wirth a a My con stltutluii is weakened ami my Intellect I am now going back to whleh by this time Is prob ubly enveloped In the chaus of the ter Uiiry If any preAdamlles are living I will be killed for return in fiMin but with my dy ing brvalh I shall iluluwn was the luwn elook was said the and the strangerJcll calmly and peacefully Yurk Kveiilng Kriin Hrnvy I March J M B for many yearsthe eepar of Froac Ccx and baa been orreBWd on a warrant woru ouc by chargiutf him with breach of The ion is aaid EO amouuc to at least f Kentiedny was committed to aiu bec uady is about 35 yaars of and barf always been choughs to be of exemplary habits aud integrity of Ine money waa probably spent ou fam ily and in hifl deire to live lis Keauady cumes of a good family and the blow ia a grievous one to hit rwlatiYea and frieudu Kennedy was an excellent accountant and bad Cbe nil oourideuoe of bia paid him a fine Kennedy waa detained at home witn an attack of the grippe a couple ot months ago and during bis absence from the office a casual inspection ot the books led to tbe more complete ex wbich haa now resulted in Kennedys WANTS TAX Wralthy Corporation Propufteft NeVl1 liiduairlfH Kor March Virginia Goal and Ooke has pro posed to tbe city council of that if it is exempted from city taxation on ntw industries for five it will establish a number of new in These will em ploy from 6iX to The uonucil lasc night cook tbe mat ter under advisement and will soon Tbe company now owna ten Iron fur naces Tha nature of the new industries is not utter March Sniirfa has beon recently uotined of bis appointment aa postmaster Tioe R a a The cbauge waa an apreeable aurprise to for only a few days ago it wna aunoanced in tbe press tbat tbe in cumbent would continue in and tbat neither of tba two asking for a change would be tbe retiring baa served eight yeara aud the greatest ob jection to him is Noc witbetandiDK the ot time be been in office be ia slow in the perform ance of tbe required duties and lackiuR in tbac busmass tact BO necessary to make oue acceptable to an intelligent Sliirdwni Will Givan March Four more negroes have beoti arrested ad to the Mima which happened near bere thanight March and U was tbouubt tbe no proos wouldcertainly be bus cooler baada prevailed and uponinveiii it was proven tbat two of tbe negroes arrested knew nothing about the and they were turned The other as accessories to the aud me mother aud a brother of tbe iwo iooiuby wna dul the kilhug and the deputy and a are now on tbe driviuj tnrough tbe country to lodyu them iu tbe oounty jaiL It Mima recorera enough from tbe Bevere biowi aha received from tho uegroea to appear in court aRainjU then it is saiii they will be speedy irial at tbia aeflsiou ot the lot Ap pliuu This face baa bad more in noieting the excitement thau anything GRAS IS i Memphis Pop ular AntiiynrsHrr March following was adopted by the Protestant Pasiorn association during ihe regularaesaion of that the members ofthe Protestant Castors association of Mem believe tbat the com monly known as inardi u corrupting and injnrlona to the public of our city and Bur i rbnndinc therefore be it Tbat we hereby express our disapproval of aaid carnival and tbat we earnestly entreat the people of aa citizens and as to discourage by every legitimate means its observance in tbe future iu our THE WAR IN SOUTH AFRICA The Boers Are Retreating to the Orange Free State March tbe negro who killed bin wife near had been married only three A week ago be quarreled with his wife and kicked ahe being in u delicate She left him and went to her fathers Stewart went thura to get her to go back with Shu told bim ahe was not able to do so on the Sbe wad aittiug in a Stowarc tbeii drew a pistol and shot the ball tbe upper part of paasiug through the Tbe woman wau singing aC the timashe was shoL Guns Pistols iT lni Sportinp ioods j The and For Sale Cheap AY in vt ul 1aynvtr in ivnt net AIM a w iTf Uirvii I imli trtiin uurl nil or i ami Magnolia It rnpr ft11Jill Tinoiainr islirt IJUiil Ctiuviuifnil hKUtMi rijiuli T tinbiiM part t Hit tinnillwiiy t hot IMU in lialN ruiiitis nnilcolU nil mn lonii all irans tnr is of tin Graniteville i I i i niiii 1U wisotiaWe to Krma glints very Ihirtj was n very nM Us liiul Hvuil thin1 for rriiiluii upon A new Hy rarely muvuil no one CVLT novml out of It except whon hi ur Uiicbvllle u verv puLuilar It Imil KUlo or iiutiilii U ilu with tlarist of tlie world ItSLlf sulickut unto liUe nil small a iL rul mid in nil Ihe clock hnil liifii in 11 fnictuin uf a sicnm Iroiu tla us thnt It wns uf nil tlmt wus fultli ful ami liukvil I may say that nil the oiiiillnal ylriuis cilusiurei tlmt When a citixen of llsickville said that a person was as ac fiirnU1 or as pirlVvl as tin luwn htcould say inmnre he iiad the lifinhts of ClillOnni were direcitd to iMiiuluie Hie osain lle of Hie town Tie oflleu uf winder of tliu clock was ihe most puruuit nnd withal the most lucrative place In tin of the The vuiiillllons of which 1 spoil It IKH iX Isstoil fur 4U and in every of those yciirs faith i Hie1 cluck in Lrtasfd until il linally an uh Jict of You may readily luiw siuli niiKht bb the One tliroe yiurs the town n woke as usual and prepariil for the days It soon began to In rumored that some thliifi was the matter witli tho This rumor lircame an established fact it was discovered that when ev ory clock and wiucli In town polnud to oclock llio town the re liahle and fallhful town pave In dubitable evidence It was but Of cnursu there was but oru tldnir to town clock couldnt by so all wauhes ami clocks were set back to T oclock or taken to the jewelers to he M watch waa 1 waa very proud o my timepiece and I let H alone In ihe interest of purely in tlir Innr estof 1 reasoned tlmt my watch could not by tho least possllililtyliave pftlnetJ an hour In a single nijrht anil ibc possihiliiics of the town clock lonlns an hour In same spnce were eiiually solution of the case whleh on Huiird is out place where gossip travels even faster than iu a womans iub In executive said a trav olln man who cumw across the sea to sell nuoils made In and that Is on board a There Is nothing to lo lint Heforo the ship Is out LhiLe liours the passenger list has been divided into One caste will have nothing to do with people in an other There is no such thing as KiUing Croin one set into another un Ivs8 you belong You ciuTt have uuy fun on because everybody is probing into your nliriilrs with a nose longer than thoue hnllt with nutty by comic opera come The only thing to do la to tell stories to one another and look wise when you see a seasick If one has crowed so many times that be March A petition for tbe pardon of Pmcon Evans of Abbe county has beeu refused by Gov ernor Tbe petition in by many Btfttee tbat Evaria was only 16 yearn old nt the timo of conviction aud that ha has been punished having been in prison since Evans did not kill the with whom he had a but killed hie cousin shooting ac tho party with whom he had hia rebels at those Innocent then Uie only thing possible for diver sion Is to tipple a little too much and lock yourself In jour An ocean liner Is the gossiplest place ou that ou i by Mud March men at a village near have bean bitten by mad Austin a while standing in the atreet wan first the dog nearly tearing off a He furiously attacked the dog and out his Ho canao here for medical Herbert a uegr was bittenby a dog whicb was pursued by many persons and which1 an instant later was DrKulh Cotton Maruh Mil ler Boykln hua returned from the north where he received sufficient stibacrip tlona together with the local subEoriu tions to take up the entire B took of the DeKolb ootton fo wbich a commiasion was in Jan The permanent orguuization wil be completed as soon as tha charter can tw WhL Element March petition ia being circulated for siguaturea asking for another wet and dry About two years ago the temperance people circulated such a peciiion arid secured thi requisite number of eiguarnred to have tne election In that the temperance ptople won The and aince Orange county has had no This time it is the wet element that is moving m tbe mat and they believe that sentiment has HO far changed since the last election that the election now asked for will be and the county will go wet next Klcun Bill March an inter view today Colonel U who commanded the Sixth volunteer infan try in Porto denounced the Porto Ricftii tariff declaring ic an op pression upon the He said he and oher military mon promised the natives a better and that Spain had allowed ihern iroe He regarded the presidents action in re commendiuBr tbe refund as provided the people had asked but he said the people wanted no Bach UltTr March weeks business took its place again at he headof the The ahip ments numberedlib which meana has there wure cigars at the leaat For the corres ponding period lasc year 371 cases were whicb leavon cbU year with an ncreaise of Tho total cases shipped for the year amount toJ which figures np Tbe number of casea snipped for the same period lane year to which sivea this year an increase of March Bosrs in northern Cape Colony urs in full retreat to the Orange Free The posses sion of Srormbers puts General Gatacre in railroad communication with General Clements at for though the Boera partially wrecked the U can be quickly repaired and entrance of additional into the Frje State will be grently The position gaiued by bant at Dordrecht ia reported oeediugly According Times correspondent the BoerB num bers aloue enabled them to retreat from practically unhindered tie also reports a violation ot the white flag by the Boera and that they deliberately fired at cloie range on a stretcher General Whites garrison haa beRttn to leave They sny the road to ColenBOJpreaenti scenes that iu horror those depicted in Dante i Dead men and animals are lying mutilated and putrifiad ia the trenches formerly occupied by the Boera and fill the air with aBickeninjr In caaea where harried burial had been attempted ihe rains have washed the earth away and out of the earth stiok ghoatly legs aud armaof dend UobertH March Field Marshal Lord Roberts has telegraphed aa fol lows March 7 Oar operations today promise to be a great The enemy occupied a position 4 miles uorth and 11 miles aouth of the Modder I placed General Colvillei dMaiou on the north bank and General Koliy Kennyaand wiih ou the Tho cavalry di vifsion succboded iu turning tbe ena niTs left opening a road for tut Sixth which is advancing without having been obliged to lire a shot up to the present Tha enemy are in full retreat towards the north and closely followed by cavalrv horse artillery and mounted while Tuckers Seventh divi ColvilleV Ninth division and tho under are their way across the at j where I propose to place my headquarters this A Strong Fortify the body against disease by Tutts Liver Pills an abso lute cure for sick dys sour biligus ness and Attorneys nt AIKKNV practice in all of the Stfttu and spv are Airornuyi at In Ml of thirt ftlon given to HE Willpravrke In nil Llio PmirW or Truinpt aiuttttou to TOOLE CTROFTS BLO C rnntia in ul Elegance and Economy HA TOR i 7 frol fi praili on Hhlilanil between Pun dUton iiinl Laureui HuyiiiK materials arc i n i iinndi ami ii i i i niir iuiii I I1 Dtir MiiiLrtii1111 NT IS i wii Vntl I i Aller I i J ID swiii inn IIH kiIW ilt hiA Illt xr lir iciiariiv nitiii Bowles to Edward who was ohisf commisjary of the department the has beon directed to proceed to where ha become chief commissary 01 the de partment of the During hia residence of several months in this city Major Dravo made many who doubtless taka pleasure in watching his Ocll Khocifn March Moruini Leader Of one thing we may be cartaiu Ce cil who knows South has made up hU mind that the aunuxa tion of tlie republic will nut bring the lasting poivca which our imperialist Rhodes is ao are tins will not happen that is prepared iu pet to work at once on the lortitieuMouu of incline to think that Rhodus in nrepannn for u pohaible aniiod flict with tbe imperial ractiou wnmn he fought at the polls aud in parliament until Ho is to reals any attempt ou our part to interfere at tivelyin South African aifaira either tn the interesiH of tbe Dutch whoae vote is already or 01 the who Btiem dooiuau to vir tual This is an extravagant Biiodes has cousisicnily maintained a policy of Africa for tne Afrikander1 and ou UIB iipa tne iatier word ia synonymous with the financier Ho will by loyal to the Euglisb BO long aa it continues to bu a comuiurcial 904 BROAD 1 Irmvii iiinl work H ami Cocninu Administered fur lintJil Fnmitiire lomewm 1 vivtpJoiiiiL t l I A iiviiy J v rp r Q A I L b 1 C f fyi I respectively offer my ser vices as an Will do a general construction and repair Electric Bells Annunciators and House Wiring Full line Lamps on Canfnmish any style ofnx tures at short Saus Postal Tel Cable Cnttlnic Qnlll The Jirt uf ciiulJff u quill by adept ilrlvurs wua dylnp out when 1 flrsl Steel ptua had buun known for some but were nut In iMneriLl The Rooae quill pen died n imrd death ns a commonly usuii writlu My Urat schoolmas ter a first rate band at a quill nnd hp could use It wltli wonder ful effects In It was bis iKisist Hint lie could till tho first pajje of a Inds schoolbook with date nnd flourlshealn which were de picted wonderful swnus and other bldaln sncli fitsliion that none but experts like himself could tell where the quill pun wan taken from tbe pa por fur 11 fresh My last master could neither cut a quill nor use one with Pens rc nmincd In use in some Douses as the only writing tools up to 20 years Those whocnn cut a decent writing quill arc now and AM March ont Harry Neil nhoC a bird and Tboamaon happened to be within ranpo and received the Hia was torn to aud he was nbot in the shoulder nud One eye destroyed and the other CwrnlliiK to March 8 All the arrangements for the splendid trip of die South Carolina Preii assoolaiion to Cnba hare heen practically The atari will be made neit Wednesday aud the return will be oue from fffW Hotel March com misiion haa been asked for the Twen tieth Century Hotel company of Green Frank E A R Oharlefl and JIa hon are named aa tho capital is Do you iuui in llio pray llmt police show a tulal of nearly persoris who arc reported nilssiiifr uvery Ill but more than half of arent mlfifleil nt Tluy only think thoy ivspoiiiloil the pessimistic mail with the bull on his cago Olbrton In March Charles Dana tha celebrated paaaed through the city accom panied by her ulsters and The party occapled a parlor and weal over the Florida Eaas Coast to Palm After enjoying a rest they will proceed to Tia tho Eaot Coaat Swam ahip War Secretwry In March Root ana party are aiill at Port Secretary Root inspected the fortifica tions at Egiuont Key and was pieasod with the work Today he has been looking over the shipping fa cilities at fort Turn where the armj or Cuba was and foaad much to interest u ItscIf to my mind was that rime had slipptMl Inuk a and that the uld clock bad Itself to the liuthe other lulmliUantH the case ImrRly a The old clock said T Therefore it was 7 and life I Huckville went on as From my Ui which 1 recorded the results of iny iespnrelies with my which I allowed to pursue Its headlong course down the grooves of I found that when It recorded DOOU that day the town clock recorded 10 Tbe following I found thut tUt town arose aa Nntiil Clrur lie March war oflice re ceived tbe following dispatch from Lord dated March G General Giitacre occupied Storm berg The hues of railway north and west will Clements is a station beyond Geoerul linller reports Natal now practically clear of the enemy afld that ho cannot henr of any formed body of the enemy The Boars left aouie ainba lancea nil of their eiok from which the males had beeu taken for transport ser Lord March 8 The full extent of Lord Roberts success of yeaterday in not but the boet informed appear that it brings posaibili Experts anticipate that oLa bnrgn era niftks no further weat of the Free State capital and them en deduco from tbe nice that iho forces are ImfO re as J f Real Estate SOME FOOD New Cotton March effort of aome of our propreaBlve oiti aens are soon to materialize la the erec tion of a ootton mill Moat ol the capital utoclc had been inbicribed and work la to begin in a ihort Expoiltlon and Mias Lnoy Hoyt have been named aa women commissioned for the exposition at arent you the teamster who helped me up a sleep hill I out with my automobile tho other day I All Ill start your balky horse for you by pushing the wagon up against him with my well be x of n Stolen kisses are he How I dislike a man who doesnt Mr March atate niedical society will hold its next an tinal meeting in Orlando ou April The douiora have a strong organization in and they are apt 10 turn out in accompanied by their at iheiranunai Orlando will give them a cordial welcome and treat History nf Mm March Mies Helen Pruscott of ia writing the history of the Blount fam ily ot North which baa some descendants imnff in tbis township Mies Prshcott hopea to tlninb her work in a few Killril In Murch the lilinois Central yarda this morning a string of coal cara collided vrith a box car which workmen were repairiuK ou a Hardy Tim O Uary a ad BucklBv were killed and 0 aud Turnipsead Tin Priiptr lliafii diak ofa boiiaut tbe wife lias on IIIK its vury SlieIIowso luirihaudrf a tioua continue hopeful from a nonit o the leletfrumH from Muf ekinp alone any Lord KobMta toleprapbs that he bus a Krupp a Ol SM und waKont The fteneral alao an eu General Clements i ii i Clancys JOHN Architect Buildei SOS Ga lKl U11 I lKllltr l oc occnpied unop poaed last March yentorday evening a uumber of siuiieutB and otb en issuing from a proBoer marched to the British bat tered riown the shattered the win dows with ami men proceeded to tbe coDBnlB private wnere iudulged iu u How I uisiiKe a man wuo March practice what be she return and Miss LUOT Hoyt have h I Occasionally a mau has to be Jarred before he realizes what Is going Chicago i Couldnt Hear HostessDid you bear Wagners LoLieiwIn performed lu Paris Returned I In Lon don attbe nml the wind tlie wrong York police dispersed tbe mob and ar several of the Ibe pre fect of the the mayor of Bor doaux aud the oommissarr of police called on the contnl today and expressed tneir refirnt at the Common UVIT tbfMJilLMiioi Miss Grwit Tin tal entod Mss lias HUH un1 sovurftl The Mnn to Tlie Wbure do the pins RO tu Is nnswerod by the follow who makes u iin Com mercial Roal Siberia Ott and FURNISHED COTTAGE TO 5 JOHN REHL 0 t A t 0 0 WlnH on Tho automobile will not balk A3 iIoLi llc equine Kor run away nor or hay Nor get tbe llMils tMlVHlojll will prim mumund of four Jr A rpiirt of ibis stMil by mail DODGE Rubber Stamps Brands 221 Campbell To PATENT Good ideas may be Bucurwl by our THE PATENT The latent RocorJ   

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