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   Aiken Journal and Review (Newspaper) - March 21, 1900, Aiken, South Carolina                                BY XI lL female rmnbles Bbould try nry Magistrate Biouopviile and iho first cane renult waa au 06nuc wnl be triad next weeVK irate Barratc wua preaoutmK by me grand jury last Mid was thenre moved iho He asked for an in vestiBtttum and ihe matter waa re m ipirijlutive delcga ALLEN AMENDMENT THE TABLE MKlHWD Senate by Vote 38 to 17 Denies Constitutional REV SHELDONS Will Amount to 3GOt ferrad to legislative tiou by An m tion was held anil on ibe tiou of cba delegation he wan Tbe uowfri court are the result oi the presentment made by iho grand jtiry lust joi Kill v Vinrrf MM Stiniliinirrtynip lias hMi uiil for lifty hy miU Uuir iihililmi PORTO EICAN SQUABBLE The 000 ttarcu first ii the Sbaldon edition of the TooeltA Capi c this Her thau tbe usnal Sheldou Biayed in the office until the press swrwd and carriBd home with him che first copy of ihe All the main were caupnt and the wwkautrnnninguntilaboutnoou JouB Propose A Money GOOD FARM TD Croft will rilicvi tin rVtry pari nf Uif 23 minuted ear press iinn oriuting soothing over The rest of tho edition will be hl nihir kin iiml I ntrlii O MONEY TO SUN il l il i 1 virlmd i1 Minify llt thr Cnuri the IliMirlur lj fill W mi Impurtutit March 10 After the morning budineas had been diaposad of the senate took up the Porto appropriation bLL The amendment o the Menace committee limiting the ap propriation to revenues collected prior to having boeu agreed a vote waataken on Al lene amendment deolariuK the consti tution extended over the Allens amendment woa laid on the table 80 to as follows bever Foster Gear Per War ren which will be souc Seuen Thousand Ken Battling It In New RAILROAD BRIDWIS perfect system inperfect or occasional use of tempt waa to id BrldBr v March An at train cm STREET CAES AKE TIED UP by diviaioa of the Southern railway hy setting fire tome trestle over Horae a f com The are was bv che crew of an outgoing train ou the division of Southern road which tr for a number of derby Tutts Puls I FIBK ANI ul h Gliatfield Chatiicld MllUAN Ha Mou Clay withdrew ameudmeut olTored yetoidar and m HB p oiTerod au auiuudmeus proposing iree trade between the Unitmi StateB and KfU U liifluM ronl tUB rit Jone8 as the cue he proposed ihaf the mouey collected should ba repaicl 10 who had paid chairman oi tno caucas of cbe today an the BtooriuK committee on Vorto Hican lairiBlation It IB composed of Senators Warreu and MrHoar ot otlered the winch vrus adThat the secretary of war directed cn tu the senate a letter of ofinow Cliartty March inches aud sleet cover the atreets of in to work fig h cmg tbe fire and both trains at all of the State nod one o the sleepers New York today and meu are bat tling with it iu Turee thousand more are at work in Brook lyn Traffic has been partially para in aoiue of tbe city early During tho early hours the Brooklyn bridge truCic was prac tically p i The sleet on the third rail supplymB electric power to the bridge cars cut all the current and a general blocliide wid b The over the wore not mnch better and thou trestle is at an twice beforb been fired by w known TUQ riement of the puper suys the mail forced to wuu che face o a unt aiilUao Liiu ting wind and buvlacbtraraa of course everywhere and Fifth avenue elevated which the third rail witom ITU wttfl almojc complntely ciea upai tar Iu the crowded duwuiown fallen aud many tto Coast Line had new tariff will go into effect affecting all classes of and email The rate sheet bu been uud Ehows in On or barrel crates IA from rtto o on Washington turolpfl boi tariff 10 go into efluct March 2 In the ontlyiug districts of the bor figureB uot yet tbe Bron i ouchs of ilauliattun an Thd hat und city circulation now 000 and that fresh orders are r by every Sheldon at his desk again at this The paptr wua not entirely satisfac Tory to tha regular aud out suie papers have been bought freely to fall i iu a dated m Jolf b acUiresaed to the Aniencan com mander aud forwarded to Lreiiaral Mer ntYered a resoluuou which was o that the members of cabinet be directed to communicate to the fwqate the number of cieriiH m their depart the number between iiioii of Ilia Inp Tho first item on the first page was a prayer written by Bishop John Vm ceut of the Muthudifit Episcopal It ia an follows A morumB prayer aud wsolntion will try thin day to hva a serene every thouKht of and anxietv cultivating sell conirnl and the habit of silence prac ticinir cheerlnluetM aud help as I cannot in my own strength Himiiarconditioua preva iu Jersey wud tnai Mail trains ware tieuvyui uud tho ui boniiil n tadlr UQ Uues m Jersey L trolley under ha weMic thblr coat o sioet and several lined A C hordes were killed by con with the live the cold are reporteim tLe ci Tbasrution aud ehurimula m 1 were crowded with liiehuiuo tho capital invested or to be m milU for the prooent To thin Bowels aftd Vigorous For t SON nt consdpatiri aml dred in nil of Sutcial atlen t tioh to Will in all ihe Courts ot this 1roiupt atteutiou given to TOOLE L in and Economy 7 Trhfi Will are truui 10 1he Southern now the Baltimore oU8l5n can per The Southern s made ftml wliy jr lf haa now veBetame will turn out ju Your Cotton MiiiiufiicUirf Kunming March 12The record shows that additional to KO into cotton as a re suit of declarations tiled within the last Ou 27 a Btatemont was published iu this correspondence flhow COLD WAVE KILLS Poe OuttoD increaso 000Croft Maunfacturing a toail ot 575 This does not aocouut for uit ilmc lire in but pivea only tho Mull1 March The wort of this to be reared by iruit of UlOUUtftlU North Georfiia was of the cold wave last predicted that fuli in KO ur thoru wna und tua I March TOiitiou of the Democratic party of ihis fltate will be bold early next month to uoiniuato oandiiateB for state ofllcern aml DTeaidontial electors and seluct del Bowles 904 BSOAH P After ELL NEWTON Corner Uridiwork hoyie tuat and also In whole DO BEY III1 pi in iipJii BUI LDEFUND Iu w iinrLli Work promptly 023 Broad Guns Pistols i i For Saie Cheap A wiih rrilivil bj It IHI or Permanently incapuci tBair Hoar of Massachusetts renewed his request of yesterday that a dale be lixed for tbe rakinK uu of the re iatmjtothe saauiiR of irom Peimaylvaiiia anu L nxed ftc two weeks cousirieration cf the case uotVo uuerfere with appro uriiuoti conference un uSoS or tbe Spooner bil imiferriiiK authority upon the president tn covru the Ssnator ilcllillau today introduced a bill to prevent robbing tho bill a aytern of poat i to he tent through the mails m stead of or even with IL hope of Access portioiil oforchardd protected by inoan attompt I look to oh my do iii or the Rift or the Holy was devoted to local rion 1B thfi leudiiiff report of a wniueriuiM saei iustrucwd the police rBpurter tbac to write a bare atatsinuut o 1 be had thespace to instead miinuHupwith the udual he would RO iiito a diHCUMiou of the caaaea pace m IK Lit But the at tne olhoo of ttiLH mjniuif I4at dropped tu 24 n uver ibis outire who a few were ra cient with hopes ot a goutl yield chia are in poor especially as ait waa also killed laec than ibis Tne lusd by ireew will amount to huudredd or of 1M the MASTKllS SAL 1 VF March I the house March was isoc aside for payinf tribute to tho mem nf tbe late Representative Sydney of After agreeing to to amBiidmonts to a nnmber of bills the house went into oom of the whola and uu tho consulration of private bills reported irom the committee on SHE KILLED HER HIT Llfo Hull HH u VtrlCubln II I11 March Ad ins a agunt for tho Uuiou been shut and killed by hU was was civeu to telegraph which oniinarily occupies about be limes that The Associated Press report was ueceasanly biue pou tiled with a The reports wpro cat fram four columns to All quotations on stocks aiid giving options aud other matter involving have heon to tha mn n The April convautiou will UN aoubiedlv indorse Brvau ami a fiulid Bryun WiU beseut to Kansas Guy to me mi iotial pariv Hia majoruy in WJU WUH just a little lodu tbe carty leaders are that it wiil eicuud thoBB by saveriil ihouriand Furnilure S Hpuseiiold SK in tliis rhaii 0 1 V March to The Suniiuel from johnsou rnttnn Ltibur March DOC be many weeks befare every Bltilled laborer in iho cotton mills of this utate and thw wluile Foiath will be a member tua TuiLiio Workers Ihia siiieinent H made by a member of tho iiiinniud there already evidence The null owners BO N T I S T i T HV The UBreod cu no last ranwcHOQa to the be waKte and only me prices oi notable featura of the paper will hethe method of handling aoversise menta Tbe familiar cowut advertise telephone and this morninp is the heav in Tulograph and are riown Up to iu euow action about ihia organisation oclock laat niBht y iueuod fallen of the accumpauied iu fnr No retail adverttfomeutj from Kansas Suulli Not March 10 best iufor muiion Jrom farmers and weather offi cials hare is that tiio cold snap of last not serious eaouKn to affect ii fruit There is much uver too pro the i diction of frost for wlfo The only of the aertio Magnolia aL A ur that bad been U touo rioUar 75 atyle of advurtiiiuK w alao her that A tnr son by the ouuide of a hee and had He had recently her life and she provmml u a revolver for naif defense hrory The leadiiiR eduonul was au line of the pohcv auring the wuek and iu allows Decuuibor the owners of tbe 1U6 tO aH r for on6 cinucively Hurry Win In u ad a tiou that satiou up which felled her to him iu the ThiH tiinu the ball en I wan at tbe police BUUIO entir and edit Christian the iuvuiuuin on reciiive nu linuucial cotivpen tint a jhare of tuo pruliiH bo nanrl for sonnJ bcubvuieut work and Simod ihe beginning March us the week ioc mo ex nndeMtaodinn of the con of the paper thin 1 wilUiate in pare uu peneral anil will be a II be defined as anymmir in the way of dully chat tne pub lic onpht tn know for Us nnH nnwer in a o 7Q undnr surveillance by the wiuter for terrifying March tG Tho cratic primaries held in Lincum and counties yesterday rwulrud in ovBrwlielmmtf for Saiiator Jiuncs II Jlorryfor reelectiou aiid At torney Jeff for Davw dutented bin by at least s to while Berrys voto over Jonas will be about G to Crockott lor secretary AlviT or railroad cuiitniMniouec and Oolonui ilurpuy for at iinev also wnu in both canu Coniirusamaii John Litde de ty a majority oi1 ft to 1 m Linuoiu t mint n cf lti SAN Marcb Id The Chronicle say a The Nippon llarine Insurance of j had cuucaliod and repudiated all Some iie opposed to peruiiielng uuionn to be oLiniBd by their while oth arricouhlder that aa ihe tnills corns to ihe so will tue labor sentiment coma to ihe Cuff IHLU March The deed of tho forma transfer of all ihe property of tbe Wiuship Machine company to the Continental Gin company of Delaware has IUHC been nlod m ihe oftce of thu clerk of the Kulton superior ihe ConiineutalGmcompany is a recently capitalized at 000 000 aud chartered uuaer tbe lawa o theiitate of Ii is composed of ftve of tbe larnest cotton gm mauu fabturing in che ana tne plaiiH for ice oriiauizatiou were lirat put on foot iarrt Kur Irtilcrt March ernor McSweeuey has received a tele graphic requeatior the pardon of Jeff trick wbnso condition ihw county norvisor is Governor Xicriweeneybaa no record of the up pli cation for purdou and none of tne pa pars m me case are in his He F 0r tbe facts of tne case and iuwilluu doubt urant ihe Un uutl a me will re Real Estate sos h1 Eroa ud power On tha liquor question Lhe paper will advocate the rohibition iaka tho whole liqaur irom llitme to boy and pah we B written m UK u uehair in tins citysnice Such is tho mforiuatiou wnich in the last mail from Japan to I u prohibition 1 mean the total extinction tbe aceuw m mist nf the curse ifi um known wuatcanscd tue Wllli March This H live convicts on a peuituntijiry near ibid city attacked Abe ttur inu Tney got his Wiuches tlir bat did not know buw to opjratu uul fouunt Inm with He HUC cirawniK hiu pistol after ados and killed Tom and uu wn and the tifth j JOHN Baler C hJL BW i lln March King was hiiuKed hero at fur criminal assault on a n HB Ptood upripht in a Graniteville a 110011 oK mlu hymn all the wople iu but only v ro admiued to the Allows Mariin preserwd oonipoiure to te BDd and said from the scaffold he ue served his o the corse and a uoyvo i uibli vtry tin I respectively offer my ser vices as an do a teiicvil construction um Anumiciators and I l House Wiring a Full line Lamps on Can furnish any style of hx tures at short batis fyrtion j March Charles r C Wnitaker had beau appointed troatea of tha ISast Florida aomiuary to suo ed Dr H who ll Mr Wniraker young man who ii verv uonnlar in thin and has many friends who are proud to know that he harbeen appointed to chu reaponibie church edncatiou that Onristians can The groat sncial question pt the ape will be Kiveu The ielusu of mankilid in every rorm Of greed commercially and be considered aa of more oonso to us as a people tnan many diructorute tu take BUCII Km A of March mcidont at the Couleerale the time n attention of uiivnkmti paper will declare ita abhorrence of war as it is bemir waged noc but in tha Philippines ra J0 main purpose o ml Som of Goi of all ofCumlerlaud on mi iiiiikos claim ot Baivuse ior towinc the wJich tho r V acont will fllie vaB not injured m any tne of with lull puwir aid an iifiirf U asiffii ui1 UT it uf Hiu cuiui qui ftiiy thai ILLur may luivu March U At a meet city councilheld tonight an was extended to Pres to visitObarleuton dur the National Ed which it to be time quea useful VLii to the glory becouiua poweriui aud OT Tho Society of the Army PjrLU bul bOUQ porated at Culonol Fred In JllliC U u of y nf Coi inn Marob Snmter Karl aad exMyor McButU liartiimB constants cu a iu tijura wyro jr uiivcr uf OU and COTTAGE TO A JOHJ tbe mi r 1 and becouiua poweriui aud Qne of lhe soldiers who fought CUAHLEri of i t were N K VA 4 bulQ nere Shot Hia March March Alfred LMoore died at his home at Wellford yesterday and he winbe buried this afternoon ae che NaaI Huraoi charged to halliKPUlS March white meu have been sentenced to tbe chain EADR for oue yuar Riciiard Monre waa convicted of aciuicery and lit March Cable Aikcn I Boic a prominent farmer near i been fatally shot areih where rest tbe booies of many at the Tyger was oua of tbe first if not the nrst pnb lic cemetery started in tbe Moore wad in his seventyeighth He practice m tbe early pieaded polity and asked fcr are bere to look over ihu cm railways nmri irnm Asbe Tfif 1JL V 1J to 221 Campbell Ga Cierk o Court ti there are mere white i j that wih bofure the court this term tban thera has been in many The trialoE John Qaincey the white baa been set tO bUllu now kind attention to the with hia knowledge of hia profession made him u niDsc popular employed no the Judpe as signed John UlLftou uud Ktillay to defaud uew uew Jrom H to Tno be e ia March iu and will bepui tnerea fw iViiin ly 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