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   Aiken Journal and Review (Newspaper) - April 4, 1900, Aiken, South Carolina                                r SOUTH AU WOMEN rmnbiaa aboulii try Oldlliuu It has no It atrenstheTia tht imlUlsa wom an All and lit inuiiihly can be avuiilwl by Its Ills lor young girls tor HIM fur wonifii at Chutije of sudiiil ijuvl liufuro SoUIli oraoiit uostpulfl on rucelpi or price Si FttEEliivikon llontu Treatment uf Ke male NEW SfESCEH MEWUKE THe J Strong DEPEW SPEAKS MONDAY to Loan GOOD FARIVl TO CroftS MONEY TO OS nf nrlVrliiij u pnj rd luiVpt pr It F1BK AND ACCIOKKT INSURANCE OFFICE i Ctiaifleld Buildini Senate on Puerto llluau Cuiu Murch wiw givcm in the today by Uepow thai be would address on Monday on tliu IJULTCU pushed as For cliu uf tbu heirs uf of appropriation by tbe of Oklahoma from tbu Mnr rill rnnd ior the use of rlu University at fur uiXo A rurinlntinii by of Arkansas directing sue titry ol uiir to to the a uupy of the proceedings of court of in juirv called to fhu uomiiiiis btiry detain inisit nf wan SiMMiier pivv nnEiiv tbut be would address the ou the lliiJlll C tisiMniMin of ilhPinmi Uirun bill WiU resumed ut of roiiune liveor of Vermont iwi llu as an un alterable advoeahof i inpolicy ol between the island mid tinUnited uiid was anonted close attijutiuli on Iwnh of lit Tlse senate eommitiee on inturstuhi commerce toiluy heard in snppuLi uf nf tin proposilinii lo amend llie interstate law by Jiimes nf rite Merchants tion ol New tin Ulnta ij n Ijuiult of tiie Im tlm United ROWDfES TAKE pruukeo Men the Streets and Defy the HOT March a drunken row here last afternoon Gay Turner and Dukd Lamb pa radedthe streets of the town with drawn shooting every onti who triud to oppose Jock deputy pulicu was shot in the faun with shuc KUII tti hu handri of Hartsell also a deputy Rieharrl a wad shot by Turner in the atxlumeu ami may Chief of Police Hector shut Floyd iu the breast aud Assistant Chief Daniobj U reported to taken to the Sheriff Ramsey of shall wus wired fur He sponded with buuvy and uitor considerable trouble succeeded in arrest ing all Thts town is panic stricken and all the business bouses are Mure trouble is MUST ENLARGE THE ASYLUM North Citrullua Kur Insulin Arx Uiiiily March board of chumied iBsuad a uioai earnest apuaiil to all to ihu legislature and to the general that uiora ao coinniuiiutious ba providsd for ha in Where thera aro now chrue uouiaiuiutf white and 445 uayro the boaid nnau thus no lead tiiau 327 white and S9 neuro in uanb idiots nud epileptics aro m poor Uoased juti and in private The inuruaae ot nugro insanity in very whcro 40 yuars ago au ne yro wari an TliH bauni ihu buildiaif of ooc taeoj uud thu colunv aymtim of iraut iug tbd Tue aayluui for the ttlroftdy twice havo jiujchur eiiondiva EUROPEAN FORTHEJOEH Stream of Fitting Men Pour ing Into AMERICANS AMONG TEEM GENERAL JOUBERT is Tlio lleruof Mnjubu Hill After Brief LUKKNZO March eral Joubert U General Pietrmikobius comj mundane general of the wtut born about 13 years agix He was descended from an old Freivuh Hue geiioc fuiuily whiuh settled in South 50UTH AFRICA This Country Is Itoiirurfiiteil ICrugerV Ktircci erul ButhuuOreut Vlrtury Over Brit ish nt Mmtdi EMT araiy hai thua faibteu streugthuiiud by about men who bave couie iuto amin trytlirouph Delagua bay siuoe tho war thousand is alow esti hue the exact number bw urfccrrained even frtun the war ulUae which willing to tell almost any thing coticuniiug the conduct of the This large body of men have IXHJII cruited chiefly iai wliurts rfyuipu thy fur the Boers is only tu tho hacii for tbb but many inun have came frum America and even Kver since the wir began a tteady itreaui uf fightiutf men bus wjiiriug Intu the ovor tht ulchuuyh tlie English ufliiiuls choro have dimtj in chwir power to rftup amviug brings from ton to British Are Preparing to on Move Prevention better than 7 Pills will not in present r OKXERAL Lato Comnmiirlur Chinfof the viiiil Uiusiiian uf aud IJlward uf said hat hu riprusetitid business in of beinp in New Tliey wantiil tlie hamls i if tliiinliisiatt fuiitnuiii Iuiiiiiiissiuii Hi stiid tliui was a lbat littry inuili at tiltfry uf rhf sccivt Iutu barpirs HM jirior Lu rbiiirjbt law slimilil tillnI ftlfitivy or Africa many ytiirs Hu wus born in Cupc but wus ntkuu by bis pu when sevural ytoils old to the Orange where he wan caughc scraigbc and u tiuiti ayo such u umuj ber of HI oil wuru fur tutioufrum thu Portuguese town that an tXf trfiin wtw nui for their iwu iiirtxit linos of swaiuers arrived at Loreuau the Gurmau luuit Chatfield Iianaiii Sprriiiial MUI fur unl iu l hi i M milIl i rll HI 1tuKnirinil niii Unvitw W DCBE V pi ill Ml t IN lit i W t hi n iiiiiiliiti BUILDER ANO CO NTH 023 Broad Guns Pistols Spurtinii louds Fishinir 11uUo ixnrcsM inirstiiii iijtiici the P iwir tu tllf Wtfi uf il rVil did in1 DuuMiuin the opinion bat the nviii in m iliviiuirii uf US t ami Uf Ll s wnre tbu viu lille tllf pluuf es i in nth by rile iuiird llh law luh I Al i tie iji Th are iii is a frui lie i il by jri1 Ht iTui1 f li tluy are ia s iiuii uf juslir take ili ad a in in Hi lliiii soiiui if So in It K March A charter as boen isuuud to tho Abbeville Sav mid invodLmaut of Ah Tne capital uf iha com puny u to bo Tha Cuarioacon Croultory uuuipany his noiiaad tha sec reittry uf seme that it bad us capital ritock from to A chartur hurt also butn iafiooii to thu company of Hum Tlie cap ital atouk of the company is to and tlie purpose H to dj u rwal usrate ami iuBurancB A has buoii issuod lor ihe of tba Uhusier liotiliuy cupi A ward Id to Wayne March of land over which and have been light ing during tbe part uf the present cintnry have been declared by Secretary of titate Philip Cook tu belong to thu cuunty of Under tbu act uf the legisla ture lu ihcisinn of of is ljut at tliu tiniu tbtirc is a Ijtliuvi tile act uf lite iups lauirf in conferring un au utll uial nndimiable judicial un JrllHn Is iMarrli CSriHin ta cutivjct who ta I V raped iat a gang or cuiivictn riuuii and the French and is carrying all tbu Kaplua to rhat it can For the part tlm of buLtn buy tiyituts iu but Itjavtj the bouId at in cliildhuudco aud liart tbe He is duvribed as bnviug beon utwrljr Uf schooling be bad liPtte unrl he ntvur saw n newspaper until bo was 19 years In spire of his ambition prompted him tu read thu few he could uLtuin and hu surctiudetL iu obtaining a fair knowledge of bislury nnd In consequence of thu ucquisitiun nf Natal by UnBritish his family from NtUal and in thu Maicb war office has received thu following from Lord Roberts Ueiieral Cleruears has Fauresmith Oue9 ixjunder ami one MttrtiniMoxiui1were discovured in a prospecuiug of a wheiii a largo quantity nitiuu was v s rendered gradually and are stettliug CJolouSi1 ited Ladybmnd nu ing che town he was attached of thu enemy and one of wuunded and ttvu ara the skirmish north uf the Modder on March J5 live Three are reported tu be T tain SloaneStanley uf Sixteenth and livo mon uf reginieut taken Conjecture as to tbo Bloemfoiiuiiu U tbe topic of is likely to continue for tberBrituli in South Afiioacou ceals hU inovemuats as uarefxilly as he has done in thy April ifl Sec by various critica as the prubaUe dote for the diiparture of the main army from It in pointed voat rhcire will then be over a weeVshanV marching bufora though there seems uu Kroonstadc will entirely The it dooH will probably be mfide by parallel cnlniniirt alunji n brtiud The movements nf tho cavalry Iorca and pare of thii infantry toward Glemjoe can scarcely be aw an actual ad Ulthough they undunbtetlly point to tbo iniminriut of such u Brit nuLyu small jiart of iununil taixtucitis forces liavrt arrived at Uloeinfoiitein LavVi all of tho Stare and CollueUons1 a b livei1 and ki practce this 61ft CioiigvtiD AUuruey at In nil the ention lifSft M f rompt attention av CHOVTrt Notary OWENS ance and Economy are the chuf Jluyin we Nll materials are uid Ismaile and why ami more Mian wt IMur j worth all lir h wron te Souu afrecwurd be lificanie a burylni1 of tbat niuvennint is it likly Pr Bier hero uf rbo first ton of tho war Is Louis tbe victor of Co lei iso anrl and the frcnuml in tlie ivpublittm The Buerrf are dtoical tu have many but the uanw of Botha is on that Ins umkl n budy of ineiimoru hostile nnriviis than any other man in tlie Me aiiinjtobosn feaiid by thu imtivefi tlii be wus at lliu head H puiiifivi uspeiliciun usuully rwulucl rury ft should be bornu in ton from Hlmintoii toil i stys Itsbimld Ixt rlitirly iiiidnrsrinid rbat the present halt in the vicinity of Bluem fontein is absolutely as ti mili will turn niitjnl wu UH Your inonty luick il il iHmt1uil In nur u i ii HRJIMI i fully Iruiiis IIT jniclice in nil the S DO between Laurius tholatter part uf January was of any cun iitasinucb a Hrttwli vicFnry uf the siege of A detuat thu BDurs would have uhaitpd tbe tide uf the cnriru camiKiiKii in Katul and to against a calamity Iruiural JDU bert in was n combatting rlio British IoaiiH it July nccussury tu say that SCVLII nays after the battle there remained on liu sides ff ripioiikop uml iutbe be low mure tuan W ingHsb sol liiUj chu total ol tbu Buurs U killed and total Boer torcu engaged in tlie was no more rhati wliilc the in their mind wu arn nlxjiH enter on a U was during wars with the namnv plmso uf npurations with tlio main tives ilnit neqiiaiiirttd through it recently oc witb IJau ICrngr and men beimpied hostile couutry aud the n ctilli HLtcrwHsOS uiicossitntud a great ex ul1 luirsu Hnn ami in priwiden Sir iigt Colhy nt Hill in iMbl and acted us priwiriitntnl1 the in luring Hivsiilmu Kni rUei Bowies F P POWFIli i i i u n in uiir IJ Li 9 f NKWTON Nat4il wo sbnll inovo uu tiu dicr was iiHiiir of lxuitli Afriwiii winiur tuiil must bi irnpaied to fnxie tbu itfecis ul tbe rirst snob animals as tuny bu iUectcjd with hurso TliH corriiSponrlunt adds rhul thi nmr been bud fnvat diiliniilty in nvpressins j ho iri fully rnnviiicud liis notably in mivu biwi landed to aid tbu n A of Dutch iliiiirh miins uf tbr use ol insruad of uml Pnniiin Kniuur on several ixru CltANITKV imwn mid Coruer work A turs have bud mi iiniiiriiciuf Milnpr CaiHj Tbu urcufl the suittimtion of tlio sick ami i i BRICKLAYERS WILL lramlsco uf TltH tind For Sale Cheap I i in Jruiii I A in 1 Inlive i n ul Ml fcnl in1 A Uu a Mi iicre larm 1 mill I i i I ur f i Ila liHVIllV Magnolia in rnijiii lit la c if t ml i ii I i it i Ve i He ll 1 IHV riJirh ul1 iluhusi rity mul itie iitt Uy fltitririty inn wtih hut walet tu itt in ami puhlie rotin iim litrpfiH r iij lOveirii lal 11 ltd iolfl unl ml mo Orrn Cucii OiiiMibn uMlraui i ini atitl bfij Graniteville eummo between ib In inn and lluSui 1Vuli Iriekliyer On April t tbf intiniiitioiiitl uiiinn will nl brirlilayns tinlieal Linioii u and will in inu Sulis The 1Kiil will tndi and to lljrht witb tbe in ternatiitiai iiniuii ti tinhitler In this it will b and by ibilinildiiiu trade wlimh hits agreed i hat none of iis uiei shall work fin anv which inhrna inii imiuii niii are THE ACID THROWER liiIMl lii llnS Itcil TeftM IIIUMI AlTinf win been Wulliell he ll Week oil nct Jinally lieii Snnit Mimll tni ilarm iiltS1 lite lieiid luid ilnite iiiwniU arid on ui tinfarm nyar Ailuinbia made an at tuek un the which resulted in the killing ol mil the wounding of and tie ciiptnrii of all but iti ugain a While ivlMi ejitiuiKkd in a barb fidict and Ixfore he could him In liaiiilciiftid and IVeMdint Will March luca bus received a letteruiiituunc tbat President Melvinley wSl cuuiu lo Gluulistuii during the Matiuinil lidu CLiLiniial uonventiun and that very probably General John Lunimaiideriucuiuf of the United CuU will also be in tliid un that probaljly twice that Both na tions seem nn bu proml of bis but hi shares the frlory wirh bis suliLiurjj BRITISH WERE Iusl when wirb and Preto was planning ihu rcbullioii to over i brow tliu British rale in the The rujjnU WHS Majuba bill und tbe pnuliial of Li who tbe army wjj prtsoiierd und asked that MIL of AUricuM j nut tbi plans every jt js that the prison trans purls will sail for Helena at end ol From Natal and MatckiiiK then is nu further mwsas thin dispatch wavs icnaiiie a trained soldier without i rlie tlLim with bis equipment itl So miir iwrfcct was ttie Drive Tinin Kiiiin Thil ut Kuititeun Lnrd remain at fun rein uii otluT niuiiib niv prubnlily iiitemled iinil tin muve nienf uf troops and utlnr to jjixparariuiis well ail iarriod outthat within 48 hours lliu present war wus tUdured the Boer iKiliuM was under it also duuitiitie the rimirb African ivimblics in uiiiHssinx of and prnvisiuiis which bnvn iu siifb Kwd now in UJiJanuAiii raiilnr were locked the uonfliut up in Pretoria wad strongly tavo1 if iinnnidiatc VHiirid for a Ailwant Thu Iu uf Juii III Murch LO Arthur of the VITAL Bapcist preached EL ue usa tiuaal sermon idunriuy on vice nud Bin iu woelt ho vibitert the blunt hnuaon iiuJ qutiStioDiible ro jvud his derjiiuu was a cirnde on lc was a HeuBatiumU day lor a i Antonio nin JilfUl veals of utr bml or jMejiii mid diiiiiK ninny niiier i il in u Ou beurs u i Alias March prcihidenc of thy dtarkvilie culiural and u and ior ton TPRH thti governor of died ut Hotly SuruiKd thin morning a short ill nes with The rumaiiid ware taken tu lor i W I Inwar port wero iHiins Hiid Wutut or L Ml KlirirM reasonable Terms to perma urn I a vtry Thirty n ID AiifjiiMa by T I respectively offer ser vices an Will do a general construction and repair Electric Annunciators and House Wiring a Full line Lamps on Can furnish any style of fix tures at short Satis faction Totlal Cable SCalellKllt i jf merchandise imported Irmn tii ul San Puerto Kiei months of JSH and DuriiiK tintotal exports while ibe total amount of qtnriid in I Ill per Cent uf the total went to the United wbiliiu lliM ben wius to tin Iliiid Suites unly 1 per iMiu uf thi total 1 Ailulii Marrb Swinish war which was brought into after j Inill wiptiuvil ulf the ol Puerto I Rico wbul wtis tninltiiiiiud u bas btin iiiully Tin United Slatos has refused a hearing in tlie aiso of the Adulit and the proceeds of till sale ul tlw will amoiiK those tsntirled to n ceivc compensation for jmrt they tuok in Nijot svndiciiW Oprrnt IVM it March total viiluc J York milla have thar thoy woulil on next pay day jjive their un iucrense nt U percent in The of lome of the em pioyen hud recently bueu increntind Thcsj woru not includeii iu nits mcrottio Ills Himi ltnlk1 March An mi known wbiti man was shot hen last tbnc wen fired at him rantro from a re All struck rlie 1V1 in thtt Imt tlie bullet a only scalp Will March Hcu TUotuas Watson will not accept the uuuiiaaticm of ihn PopulUc pany the askeri for a on the Wawou thai ha wad oat of iiniire siknce ufthu eabie this morning U aa Tiu Immbarded I lowti uf MalekiiiK Mtmday and did little damaKu and Impes arc entjrrnined tbnt it may prove cu lieen tile linal uftuit Iu rnducu the place iteforu tho If is now tiiat ihe Inactivity uf the British atNVartviitun is merulv designed to the BmrH wirb tlm tbut they the eolunni in iv ii by a westward flu Color r to this by ruj fuel btit troups cummatidiit ny CuloinI DriLinmuuil tiitfl aeeoiupanied ny three a pi in loon train and enil nf amrnuiiitiuii pulsed Hari Ity Maroh on an evreiisive tbu ulijectivu ol is astrict A disintcb from Fnurtccn nortb uf says the njjriied a muiit un tilts nituii there ami rhat tm British replied feebly and tho place diiriiiK the ijllll lit showed i return for Mm of civiUm tlie Hours raidod territory of fincbonnalaiid in Jimbirr probably tin only prami liner rrinsKu to supiMirt the and his opposition rtjiiwltttd iu the withdrawal nf Hie Boers rroiu thtt tLrriLurv as IbruaEeiied to ro sijii hi Jn ir rupurtid that ruiiiinil hud Idlkd wirion tind liitir said liy was nnsly wouinieii and had m usu a curt in ordcV M fillow the operatious iu the The nf thtdiatbuf remni anno explained in the dispatch from which ixcalLi facr ihat William a newspaper who wars re cently released from prison tit Pretoria has arrived ar jaiid was iippjiruntly siis Tltired nf and his hntuiK of of Mareh Kni in u saya My Imrghers are ligbtiny In sail much And they will trouiinuu tu dti so uutil Crruat Britain iinhb for peart ur withdraws hur raniiot Ui commer several hundred tbonriand men in a but my aru guing idieail nip lis you 14111 sno by lookiug ut the place when wu keep our Kviu your fitrifathurii against in tliu revolutionary so tin and Gud wus with you SHI ii bit with touLrbt witb 1ifon and ted unit wu will bo Hoiistliold i HI i N ii a VLi to mo nujt DENTIST s Will to The Uuku ui bus nsitned tliii post imtMal uwiny tu tin fact tlmt ru South with the ife would li in at rli tlm LnrKliursii1 FnTurin was Her Syrnpiit VieUiriu has cabled Lord Rolwrts liim to convey hur riniipurhy to the widow uf General for thu ol her hiind and to toll her that rhe British peo ple regarded rhu duwl a gallant soldier and liononilil firiirrtil JiHilnrts March Jou burrs fuiiMnil unit ikii Hn will bi1 buried on Friday ul in las privati miliiury Bruish uftiwrs Mtiit u iiornl Klrli Lciiil Jtnd Sim Ii Ciirulliiii Mnrtli Wiilkir of the cum i Kuuidir of rlu SuiUii Carolina division uf tins Uiiitud is i ii tbe citv to mulctprilmiinary nrrniigt mtjiits for tin trip nf ibi1 vitcraiis from to Hi tsoutb Curnlina to In at tbis tun in lii dcyje to Uuve wbn KO trnn tbir i for tbt srurt it proiftditii7 tic nuifi lo I bv Itrltlsli An British furcu tliat Ijidybraiul wasturced to rtititstt burrittlly before larpj uuin btr of Htjors may have of has bouii beurd at Modilur would sfteiii cu lw nfiir ti tint f PoHsibly Lbe riur lias been liuvi ultinuolnh iu Huberts uutpusfs in thc Fnu rthiu and ficiujiiil Hnllerji in Tin wftlily tiitsutilty sbuvv the British will bn vtry ns niscaW tiiute tliat tbe war would bu tiiiri1 through at a cost of nut nmre thim L IMIUUI Id h Very llllirll Up to Sarunlay tin liritihli i W n H K RA i s 4 SOME FOOD I a Estate SOS Thn ilinr bad Hrukiii by a Miircli liar din killed ut inm fur miw ut Oily by a tailing olu lie was on tbe Ilivutor when tbe March vuinabut cubic liuisrintr it It fell u 1tikf March Tom the of home and funinn bankers bits mkuii who uiurderad Ella Jouea and over the HOW Mate luan of i n i i retrnable object to the Hve wbo ii in jivil he will tall the wholn BIOFT m the im ioQ wiU 8ave ForOviir Fifty Years Windows Soothing tfyrup lias been used for over years by iitill ions of Miiithtfrs for Llulr Children whili ivith perfecl It soothes llif softena alliys all cures wind and the best remedy for It will relieve the pour little sufferer Sold by Druggist in every part of vlie Twenty live cents a rl no March Dorsoy Battle of the eastern district mmiiial court died this morning of lugrippe al liis bomu in Rocky He has been ill for two weeks and in addi tion to be sufftrod a greut dftil with bis Goveruur Russull will appoint bis J March The itate haa chartered the Oxford ootion mills at ask fur 1 capital It will pta lead ami silver bai bemi dis cuvereil at near this The liad lussiys is auisirieiud The ilvor in thought In IHJ iu KUJK ulisfs un inTLiivsiud will stork company to work tbe It will likely laiapkiiliml tit Pelted With InpiT Maivh tlie nivsideiit the fhaiutwr of deputies taking bissia today fur the sessiun the biitists a shout i out am his tleck wan broken bv tilt Detilli wus insUuita srw riant In March steel plant rolling mill madt its first trials of wliiob very TbL duced tbe in in full blast ami tbe rolling inill will In witb tbt Thi paut huri until recuiiilv biin idlu for two or three y men and inisMttjj or making n Lot it 1 of iniisl frutn ur a grand torn of TbiiSH do not make evidunr the acruul of Britisli arnsy due to liiinUiiijte anrl IOUK General wrirmn flin liijfiilai nulft had ut tin uiily vl men tit for duty mir of a 37 otticers and llavl nmn nivouuuinu i ami oib l bri ami of ur Strlln lit March hundred and iwltiug him ifit luills of As union employes uf the Kuuxville Woolen che intervcnciun oi tho ushers was fruir iuju u rfrrike ut n uclotk che iiresidci1 cumpelluI fusalof the tu J uuiou IH the Victor was bitily preseotod with a silver loving cup by the members of bis Plttalmrff orches It Is deJnltLly settled tbut Cisie Lof tus sbtill iippeur with Modjeslui us Viola ami also In Lu Buliilllc des It Is told that tho Chluese minister March new cottun mills Imve bring ing tbe total capitalization lur the year uf the Each of these mills is uiiij lucatod at Greenwood tbe utheiat Pickeus Child Burned to March the 3yearold child of Joseph Anderson of this was accidently burLiud to The littlo fdlow was dieting iu front of the fire playing with apiece of in souie caught bJi slowlv trnm the of It imiy b wttilis Ujfure limy t iu any milimry wo UMW arriving from tsmitb which show tbtj oomn rion tu which die hml when Only men wun left fit ro offer any to the Rers at the time aid has btett relieved of thu bullet In been carryliij In bis knee the lustrumenialUy of tlio He was shot li u anise ac cident in Ukbitid who wus Untrict CainuLun on the wus reiilly Stegeman nf iiln 1ms recently bought In tin MacDua JOHN Architect ft Builder Siberia Ott and FlHKfSHE COTTAR TO REjL III A 1 til otliciatetl ua nuKllator nud settled LiLMroreclosurc ofmortgage for to inillil wiil print name aiul nT four ijuir A o li mail pot pa lor I TillT IXf v tiiln dllTeronces between Ling Foo und bin Henry Esmonds When We has made tsuccess iu New though most praise goes to Xat Goodwin tbe borne of her wUere her father Curve oppCity You can pawn H tieuk 50 VISIT irinei nit Journal tie to a Rubber 22iJCamphfill To PiTEHT Good Ideu may eecureJ by our THE PATENT Record   

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