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   Aiken Journal and Review (Newspaper) - April 25, 1900, Aiken, South Carolina                                It i r life farming Easy commissious Bor iays actual cost uf perfecting iterest3 ptr PALMER FIRM AKD ACCIDEWT It INSURANCE OFFIOBi Jfaatfleld BoildiDi SOUTH APRIL 1 7 Attitude LlttVe Concern Would Give Him C Treatlea With Tills Country jolf JHIS PofHilUtft to Nomt efforts Iftnd agree upon terms and according to by Senator tho Repnbli and Senator representing the there are to be tickets represented by each party in the North Carolina this is an of although both Pritchardand Butter talk hopefully of Senator Pritonard has reached the conclusion Populists and the Chatfteld and furnialutl fur mid private mention Thu Journal nod w DOBEY the public to Knuw that he IH an uptudatK BUILDER AMD and solicits their Estimates furnidhed on appli Work promptly government tho bultan n of the with which the United States views the existing state of It IB iucunceivabltthat tha miuister bad uot warned tfVpvtjreigu uf thu Ameri attitude bir officially learning at the state degartmunt that the situation had not been magnified by tho that the patients U tbe presideut ana the people had exhausted aud that the prompt redemption of thu sultan s reptjatod promista might have to be per emptorily It is iiitimutbd by diplomats familiar with tho situation that the sultan pt Turkey does uot care particularly whether an ultimatum is issuud by me United Stated because the neglect to puy the claim for which tho United States is now demanding alter years of HS he means ol reprisal at There are in tho Philippines more than Mohammedans m the Sulu whose devotion to their calipha id The sultan would have bnt to lift bis linger and these Malays and Murus would join forces with the Thu jvolutioii m thu Luzon would be uxtenaed all through thu Philippintj islaudsrv Mure than tlmt a bmvli would give tho Kultan a luiiS relS t fc tory and the state will goto ttie ley Senator on other la positive that failure of the fusion which like can has beeix tryingto pro insures a Populist EXPERIMENT WAS A SUCCESS South Carolina Farmer Will Mora April year several farmers in this county were in duced to plaac tobacco as an experiment the merchants of the town erecting large warehouse which was placed a their and under the manage ment of au experienced The trans actions through this house last season amounted to nearly ihe price averaging about per DISASTROUS FLOOD SWEEPS LOUISIANA Pearl River Reaches Highest Mark Since DEMANDS Secretary PROMPT to Send Peremptory to the April Note the Turkish to the United States called ut the state dupart j i SERIOUS RIOT AT meat tuday to BUSINESS AT STANDSTILL Water Has Reached First Floors All BulldliiffS Along HIverEvery Bridge Washed Loss of Cattle aud NEW April from Pearlington flay Pearl river had cached its highest mark since The timber booms have commenced breaking up aud thousands of dollars worth of timber has beeii floated out tu AU business rthe river is at u The sawmills have had tu discoutiuue The water had reached the first floors of ail stores along the All the steamboats are lying ac their ask wliac foundation there is for the report that the adminis tration is to hand him his j res in thu event that the sublime i porce declines to pay rbe missionary claims pending HgainsE Similar quarries will be made by reprtUGututivcg of Euroiwuu governments in WwhiJjg The state department w maintaining a discreet it is knmvu thaC when Secretary ILiy returns from New he will sign a peremturyiibte to the subUmu demanding prompt action upon Amtricnn AH Fer in discussing tin de clured that Turkey was nor for the us it had given adequate Strike Sympathizers Refune to Allow Operators to village is the srorui cerfcer of the Southern rail way telegraphers Moat of the village sympathize with the Four railway police are here to preserve order but are before the mob that surrounds the sta All efforts to iustal rator have beeu in as a mob of 75 or UK gathered and said it would kill the flrsc man who entered the A mob boarded the train from Norfolk looking for another hut he was not The wires are cut and the office U still protection tu within its boundaries during the revolution of wharves in tfte neighborhood of Pearl ingtxan steam in of einer Traffic of all kinds u any peuded and the water id dtiU years Sd be a greater snllurur than EnrUfy in thu event diplomatic rtLitiuiis wure sus It WHS pointed iir thuc the im portation of key is much 100 the United One or 623 Broad Guns Pistols I Repairers of Fire Sporting Goods truuliys butwoou States und lht Ottoman empire concluded shortly Oomuiu dore pimished the iripoatan time American accused of a criuw or nnsdemeauor within the Turkish umpire shall be tried only by a United Stares consular court mid by punished only according to American Thin is a privilege not gnuiteU tu thu subjucts uf any otliftr power and its advantages are imcuhar important to in Union arits in IT IS ENTIRELY Americas Kiriu Attitude MetU WHli Fishing i of head of cattle and hogs have been Duer and other Tbe product was of a high grade and e aro swiinruiug across the river at hu results so satisfactory that this year amiable All farms ami tobaccu will be the leading crop among wtn have to be The Mil is excellently Lur nturu VLilutible than tliuimijortiitiun Turlcisli goods into chu Uniucl mv sov eral huiulrecl Amunitui missionaries Every bridge from Pearhugton to Log1 iwsidus oiber Amer towu has been swept The water in Turkey ami tluy would in the public roada is deep enough Co a People living on thu Louisiana side have been forced to abandon their Loiuea and flee to the Mississippi side for The names of some of were They told the operator time if he tried to telegraph his bfe would uot be worth 2 j Ac Gibsonville there was Al new operator arrived on che Thu conductor opened the station and the operator was put but as the tram lett the strikers and sympathizers rushed in and ejected Che new LOST HIS South Merchant Cou fessiou In April bit a prominent Laureus man who has has made a remark able confession in tho federal district before which he appeared to show Years Tutts Liver Pills keep die els in natural motion and cleanse the system of impurities An absolute cure for sour con stipation and kindred Cant do without them writes I dont know how I do without Livr Am now Tutts U BBSDKBgOJU Atfornays at Practice in all of the State evllvctloas i SON at all of on that which nd won cuuld So far LIS Turkey iw aro cfiinparulivclAtLW of lur the tluminister dues not tieMevc Lhat ilui wmild lie any dim shuulil his bu with the The soil adapted to the culture of high grade to and thu farmers are please with because it is che best ready money crop they have yec To handle this years product the old warehouse will be under the same new one of equal ntuauun during the past oapauity U now being THE WORST IS YET TO Damage Done by lii and Arouud April Hood DN tdiowii uo TOLBERT WILL BE Riiilroucl trattiu thu A V muution Tha Jourual and twostitrybrick s in me live town of lhay over Jo per itnl net in Alsu a ucre farm 1 mile fruin Cuiirt April firm attitude uf thu UnitLd StaUs govern ment npirding chu claims ulr Ameriwii for und mtissucres in Armenia i oniirulvaptinivud in political and cum mercial und it id hbpod that tho United Stuus will steadfastly maintain its sucli a course tiiw unly ouu to it is thought that all the powers shuuld fullow thu same not unlycuiicerning but also with regard to thu increaso ul His American in demnity aru now being wmductud m tu tho prurfbiice ritatus Ministor Collector of Lode Their April presi acting on che recommendation of Secretary will at once remove John collector of aud will appoint Robert Wallaca of This action is Ukun upon the receut report of goverumanc in which it was to the satisfacciou of thu sacretary that Tolbert aud other oitke employes of the Charleston OUH tomhouse secreted liquor in the building for illegal it is will dismiss the deputy collector and ac least one and possibly others who are alleged to have had a liaud in the storing of the liquor Tha who are presumably innocent of wrong will not be CAREYS WOJJNDWAS FATAL Oum to W0rst U yec to The partial sched Loiulnii linimaliiThi Is liatkfH Liy April ICwii in mimilesrnd lnn in ihe tiinutifi of tinUiiiril rirairs siwiinst Turkoy purtiijulaily n vww uf tin m ualoitiiincy in wnnunTinsi wirh tinin crease nt ciie nusruiii r ul il ThH Journal uud HplillSt Anmricau Unyd Aineriatn charge adilruacd an tinurgftic nutc tu thu J I AMERICAN BRIDGE Magnolia HKMtV I to fs per Special win by Ihe The cuisine is Hrst and lln wtll cared Conveniently wiiliin remili til ihe busi ness part uf the city and the railway Limited by and equipped throuKliuut wllli hut waiur heat in halls and public and open fireplaces in bed Klectnc hotami cold and all mo dern liond Livery Dmnibus all trains transportation fur passen gers and to all arls of tin Graniteville Huoina imiimo dious and Wood or coal Electric Temns al reasonable Terms to perma nent guests very minutes I rum Augusta by 1L Kmbrwufs Neurly All tiinl U KliiiUHctl liy W April Tlie Amoriuun at Editor WUo Made Fltflit A April editor of Tho Seashore a small publication which made a bitter tight against gambling in is Two wueks ago Carey was cleaning au Brulgu inn ton u fuw ilaye with a uuininul Cap ital of miiy be iu cruasud uf which shull be 7 cunt is stdil to includu must of pnnninont muiiufiuituring coniijanius of ihu It UreiKirttd that Mnrgan aitthe llnaiiuiers in tbe negotiations for wore startud about ti yeui1 NICARAGUA AND COSTA President Will Sind With Tinfit Juunlrlrs tu April A report isiu ciiuulutiuu that thu uixnidunt isalwaitu send to the senati irtatitjs with Niiriira UUH and Custii Rica by wliUli mtttJi1 countries ivile to tin Unititd States a strip uf territory o niilin in width on each side of the proposed ca nal when it is wnstruetud on rhu bunlur Costa Rica and Nicanitfiia and H similar arcti whuii it is wholly in Nica Two Kuiimccti April just abovo the TUeru were den satioual rumors aHoac at the time about the shooting aud the story was current tlmt Carey cleaning his firearms ancicipation of Carey rmuie bitter tight against the city adm tion and the police be printed caused a big but since the shooting tho tone of the paper htts been RECEIVERS APPLIED Just Opened AlKENS Photograph NEW Static TO IOST 1wrU On Griaiiid Photographer Latest Vlueat 1laLinotype and Aristi PHOTOGRAPHS All work Guaranteed First iMass a nil Pictures Enlarged Any size in Picture Sizes We kindly solicit your nuxt to Park Ave Journal and label on are furuaetH of the SlossShuHiold Stwl and Iron at North have been banked uu account of the in ability of tho railroads to supply tliem with coke from tho oveus nt CwU High watf r is thu cuusu of the A uuiabur uf uther induntriea iu this district ttru experiencing similar notably the uoal a of whirii 1mvo been compelled to suspend uiwmtious Ucixuso of high Aiuerkuii April Syd uey minister of Agriculture has recdvttrt a cnblegram from Ljrd Smith Canadian high Black well Tobacco Compuiiy Court to April has been made before United Status Cir cuit Judge Siuiouton fora purmauunCre ceiver for the Blackwell Tobacco com The American Tobacco majority of the claims that w A a is crying Co have the North Carolina legis lature pass a bill to repeal the Blackwell companys aud to have au uu trieudly receiver The niocion is meant to nave the affairs of the company wound up and riold under order of the Judge Siuiuiitoii took the matter under adviuu COLONY Several Hundred Near Cos April situtiCod atxjat 4 miles from is compuaud of emigrancu from middle northern vrbo hava ome here bector farming excursions from Chicago ena ble them to come and look the laud and they purchaau land and seiid north for their They are scientific introducing new uiuchods of farming and more varied Several families located last while others will conic this fall and having already pur uhaaed their ule on the Illinois Central wan suspended on account of track troublos ac the souCh of and uo Craina weuc through until late this after Alabama aud Vicksburg did noc 3t its trains in from Viuksburg this lorniug ou account of the higii water at Bakers A heavy rain fall last uighc and che situation m Jackson w very a large suction of Ehbrn part of the city being flooded by the back water of Town and numerous families have Uim compelled to move from chuir aud household gexids am being carried out Tkluch stock and poultry has been drowned and mure is in emi nent To the ease of the city Pcnrl river has spread ouc over the country far a dis tance of six and thu waters aru uow lapping the flooring of Che railroad and wagon bridges in Kniikiu The stage of tho river is che highest over known and the water continues to rise at a rapid WHOLE COUNTY BreaVLiitf of DHIII Adds tu Kury ot April ftoud situation iu the country Iti milus south of Meridian on thu Alabamaand Yicks New Orleaiw Nurtheasturn and Mobilo and Ohio ruuls is growing worsBwith every The tiiwu uf on thu Alabama wid is in a distivssing condition Hick siirrouudtifl and the s a result of the heavy hundreds uf hciul of been drownuii uud all tunces awepC The town of on tbe Muoilo aud and thu surrounding uouncry Is thu water having boon avrellod hwit night tl miles alwve cowu by the giving wav of the costou mill enclosing 100 iwres of water averaging a depth of IS Buildings in the path uf the water were swept from their foumlatious uud lost in tho thu Chunky river The num ber uf livuH lost is buc is sup posed to be Property daniuge is out a The tourth to an inuivusti uL I iKr iu tins on mruiiiir nt the bud con dition of tin Turkish with bus bniin tu r Turkey a iinu attituili that the is tin The Juiiins siiys 1C will bi inturistini tu thu mit ot tin ru hi is bi inur witn Unircd the KiiropftLM tini iipiiiinni ly uo iiitxntiiiiL ul HMV nunibug from Wljy sliuiild hir Tin eiisstorii n fnr a powti1 with IL bctwiMn lur und tlm Tlu thinks tlusultii In us lutd If Aniuriua sets tuit in i imps sin will lind nor will ii Knim uiirsilvt sinwni LTK ing bill and ThuPiill Mull Cirnriusiiys contempt because he has IIOE turned over some to his He has toiled Co pay over these although the referees report showed that he could do He told Judge Brawley that he did not have the and suid that he lose it by Hu confessed that he had beeii drinking heavily and bud been taking morphine Itituly and snid time he did not know much about his business MANGLEDBODYINTHE RUINS Explosion Mewniaii und Ulied Mis April Newman was killed early morning by tin explosion dwstruyed his otuce at Dutch fi miles north of this He was in his oftluo at this place until I oclock He then had his horsbs hitched and bid thu watehmatr Siiylng he was going co He left some hero saying thaC ho was U rod of Some one passing Ducch Cruck afternoon discovered that his uttice blown Upou inveatigtition thu Iwdy of Xewnnui was found in the ruins SuHM SAW Russm lust Water ut April committee uf tio board of rradu uf city will appear by fore thu river harbor couunitteo of the house of njpru at this to rticuuinieiifl au apprupriatiun of for thu imiHoviiinent of thu approaches I tu that The report of Reid Whit assistant United States who martu the survey of Sam pit under uutlmrity of thu act of passed ut thu last uriflrf thu im of thu projected desire to IUI yiiiir lloweprf nur v ii I your ami patoli than all the liew WYMAN KlcUlHnd between dleton and Laurens Orlke in Clintlleld 9 to 2 3 to Ja usefl to doiipujriuMiinil iiinr wilh out clainiipru hurry ni tin1 Anniiiiiii 1 11 r r i f V M sn far IVnni Tho pnpirs Abihil Humid will puy IS Ilruil and com watern are rising is Al Snvi WIII Siiuietirt Jurtue April in spired statumcnCH from this und prints in North it is to all who take the trmiblu to invisti rhitt Ewart is nut tnbo judun mneh His it is is not tu ruiwrdtjd ay the semitu sub and his term of service will unil with tliu lust of thtpnsnni sOHsion of also tlmt Soniirnr Pritclitird of North Una will IM Jiulffij Elegance and Economy itf I t i iReal Estate hli nti ulusror of UnimiMi sh Main has wliuii lij cabins hi ti Mains lutiui ILIH u1 T uiih ti s a urn nr Jiiu To Improve 1ort April folluw ijr appropriation for che Port Royal na val station hus jjussed the house To ward rebuilcliiiK drydook in coucroto and scone to cost uot exceeding OOU tu condunsiiiK fire engine and purchase of land ioraiie aupportd in steam eugiutwr iug repairs to improve ut uf coimtructiou civu Floridas lllir April agroe meut been signed between Ohase and the tiua small rusi uhiirgn ritavwiou are lociitiii canning Sfii of ur MORE OPERATORS WALK OUT Inhaiiiu til April propJHjd ruilnwd frum this city tu to with a road kuuwn UH the Polk Uouuty which will soon UH is IwinK idvun sorioiu cyiwiilnnition by innnontinl citi Tho city cuvuuil suviml vmrs iigi iru S por Uiiius for H railrottd tobe Siiurtaiiburg to Ritthtrfojdt This ufui now be realized by strutting the Hue to Poorcs 1 iinilHn conlinii tiif yniph That mud iirl hiiii i ii li a date Co be fUed by tha state un on che big canal from Johns river tu che Indian port ut UKs th sayng l In stating Look at the expo addition to school and other The overtax of work with the severe weather to himself may have U is funeral was cor bho Aiken Baptist church o Browne and Montague to after wnich In He leaves a wife awl adjolmn little commissioner in e foot and mouth dirkuses American uactlo at Deptford was communicated to them from an Argentine herd being carried by butchers and there was uo Bity for the shipping of American Over JHPH April officer of chu ijteaLuship iu from days that Che steamers Bramer and uow art bringing imiie Japanese to the island The first of the Must Returu to SAX April Thirty threo Japanese contract luburers who arrived hero about two wceks ago on chu Belgian King must return to Jtipiin on the next steamer on the Santa JFu liuu leaviwt this Their suntence o deportatiau iuiixsud by Immigration North has couitnuod in Washington and this ruliug is New April The en larKumeiit of the Darlington cotton mill 1 jlSaneie brought by the Goodwin are to capacity of apindles au asI under to years of ago and all are of slight sured Ground has been broken already and the building will be doubled in Work on the proposed new mill is being quietly pushed and immediate results tire looked The American Tobacco company contemplates the early Kor llvur Klfty Winslows Soothing Syrup has been used Tor over tUty years by mill ions uf mothers for their children while with perfect It soothes the softens the allays all cures wind and id the best remedy for U will relieve the poor little sufferer Sold by Druggist in every part of the Twenty five cents a Be sure and ask for Winslow3 Soothing and take no other v erection of a largo stemrnory here and a new tobacco warehouse will be ready for the approaching Cotton Mill April charter has beeu issued by tho secretary of state to thu Mouaghau mill of The buildings for che we now in the course of Dont wait for the winter have your electric work done in the sum mer by Brill Electric If troubled wich give Chamberlains PainBalm a will not tost you a cent if it does no One application will relieve the i nnnulna nnH IrlllSftf Sitrlkorh Are CKOTON April Everything was quiet inthe atrike situ buc only 40 men reported to It also cures spralaa and cruises in tbe time required by any other burns frostr pains in the wideband glandular aod other swellmea are quickly cured by applying it Every botcle and 50 For sale by This force is wholly inaclequtu o prosecute Che Muse thu dtrikera havo gona PUguo U J April ship arriving from Australia reportd che bubpuic lining in Sydney aud iwaiian April thui tlif lin td thr buihliuK l U fUttnil dura pil1 Xiw April i eiir huvi lnvii tion or tnu Vegtitublo cinnjiiLiiy a on Fell Kruin the April at work on the Snalltittidd new bridge ucniss the bcluw Lbo urn of tin wiirkmttn full from the turund uvor wvural times mid rlie A ropu was lowwnd and one of hit filluw work i climbed dnvt iniu Lliu wu i r and rescued thu nufurtiinatif he full ubtuic nu ic is bu lievud hu will Kmjiiefitml Co April stuty nnivir sity trustees at a motjting U LXprMssing tho hope tlmt Kdwiu Aiidorwin would pndidtiinjy of Tuliim uni and pledging thu support und cooperation tliL n uf April The Scashuru a shurt lnnry huimL nri ir I Milv o veyiitiiblis mid nursiry otliLr NiLHii At lllld wirh Oonwuy and tlte now within one miliMif boingcoin Grunt ditUimlty is oxjwriuncud in u niuiibur of bauds to work but thu road will be in timo for Ktivorubly Acted April Seuutur Till niiui ilH sucuivd favorublu action in the Miiiuti uu the resolution for thu mcnt of the South Carolina war Fleming Bowles 904 JOHN Arclect Builder i it l Mnltt Imid Real Siberia OU and iHlhi NrVl lPmr 10 Uttiik AltwII FURNISHED COTTAGETO SOME FOOD Clancys Restaurant r i JOHN iin1 lur SOS Rubber 221 Campbell h dual in uts Ajiiil tnit drunk mid athiuphd iuc l uu ugly southoru Lund DAVIS 0 April president of the Lumber riouth uf this phu wliew bu is his but will VI ilevulopa yillow piut stumpaj Bume cimo tract of Idng which hu bought IB lha We believe Chamberlains Cough Remedy is the best in the A few waeka ago we suffered with a se vere cold and a troublesome and having read their advertisements in our own and papers we pur chased abottle to see if 1C won d er red cured us before tie bottle waa morethan half It is the beat out tor sale by Nul Triiit Prison iiru yui I I am suriprlsc Tfll tno what wish the prlsuii to do 1ur New Yurie your Nut you snmvui picture last lie I good didnt htV Quit He said It was a POIELL Furniture Hoiseliold Goods and A Frily Line or Bed lull and see my the i Curu About three years attack hurtoher bed for over a mon rendered her unable to W her ilmba swollen double their norma Mr H Maddox inaisCed on my ilmmberlain8 Pain I par uliased afiftycenD bottle and used It according to tbe directions and the next morning sue walked to breakfast without in and sim has had a Blmilar attack   

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