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   Aiken Journal and Review (Newspaper) - May 2, 1900, Aiken, South Carolina                                K XIG0NS vV T l THE SURPLUS Your Account SOUTH MAT Croft J MONEY TO OX fanning couiniissiond Mor pays actual cost perr I nttritit S pir If r Q u rv V t JLND ACCIDKRT INSURANCE OFFICE i ChatfleW Buildini Chatfield and Speciliiulions furninJietl for and jirivatf All Telegraphers East of Mis May Walk WILLAID SOUTHEKtf MEN H HiisiitJuu Tho Jouiual DOBEY UaMs LliLjiublii toknuw Hint Jif i mi iipioUate BUILDER AND ami solicits their ftintislied on uppii promptly Wfc of Order Depends Upon Strike ou Southern Hallway and Kvery AssUt mice Will He Extended Committee Visits April committee rep che striking Southern opera tors has been in Chicago several days conferring with prominent members of thb Order of Ksiilway Telegraphers re garding sympathetic action to help thu southerners A number of aecruc have been Ac theso ses a sympatheticstrike has been re ceived Incidentally the opera tors have Loon asked to contribute to the support of thu men on the tiouthern road now and it is said that a large sum would bu obtained hero iur thu pur Acoording to a reported plan a sympa theticstrike may be ordered on all the important railway systems east of thu Mississippi Thy representing the strik ers it is visit and other railway centers to wurk up similar for the southern it is thu tulujjruph operators on the Balti more and and Lake Erie and Pittsbnrg and havo made dtiuands for increase in wages from 10 to ao pur Mumbcrs uf tile Ordir of Kwilway leiegraphers say this is the lirst strike of importance evir authumud by the order nnd thu men andeliaiuimd that it shull or death of organizat inn dujjonds on rhe result Mure than railway teUgraphers in thu Unitid States are of the Gave Lafudunuu to Her Children Then ShooU April James Roberta of this while in sane from attempted to kill her two little girla with and then fa tally shot Her plans were de She bought re turned called the children into her locked the gave thorn the told them to lie down ou the a revolver and sat dowai by thorn to see theui aud then take her own Her who lives with at tempted to euter eha and finding it notified Roberts hus An the latter attempted to force au entrance Roberta ahot herself in the breant aud fell between the uucou children fatally Medical aid was iuscaudy summoned and after four Hours work tKe children were There is uo Kope for AN IMPORTANT THE WAR IN 50UTH AFRICA British Success Depends Entirely Upon General 623 Broad Guns Pistols Jiepnirers of Kiru Sjjorting liouds Fishing mttution ITio Journal and For Sale Cheap A sinrt binldiiif in the live town ul iay over In per ctnL nrt in AlsunSii acre farm 1 IIUID uiin ur udil milt WERE SAVED3Y THE Two Italian Lu burers at 1lLuse Journal aiid Magnolia UhXKY III I ID lit InIlk and Jirnl iiml will rariil witliin fiisy reach of part ol tincity and the mil way bv IltMtriiiiv nnd with hotViUcr htiit in ImJlM tunl in tiftl Klectric Inn Hinl Umnihiis Jill t rancor ul ion tor gfi nnd bnggaKf to nil Graniteville Kuoms ur Klectric Terms tmesis very ircmi hy rnil rUNKKTT permit Just Opened AIKENS Photograpli NEW studio NKXT TO Hurk On firmiml Photographer Latest riatinutype nnd PHOTOGRAPHS All wurk First anil Pictures Jittlarged Any size Ju Picture all Sizes kindly solicit her next to posl Park Ave mention The Journal uud April hundred boys employid at tlm Pressed dteel Car in who struck yester day for tin incaersu in with sev eral hundred companions assembled near tht jtlaiit today and paraded up nnd duwn lioitiny and Lowl ing at tliu Two and for thu timely arrival of the would linve fared badly at the hands of tht The Imys as rivet luuttrs and aslad for an advanuu uf lii Lints day and a Ninetyfive iiuii who work on tlusteel prusn and 4U axU uuuirs alsu Thu steel prtssors want fur a 10huur day and thuaxlt tunnrs grievance dver tlm uinploynnnt of a nonunion This plant in MOLDERS MAY STRIKE JULY I Thruiitfhuut IliHcd States Increaseil April cnnferunuo hiLi btjtn lield here by coininittebs ijf the International Moldurd union and the IVuuidryiaeus association iu rrganl to the ritniand uf thu union that moldris wagus in this city shall Ui iu urtased from to per As u uf the eonturencu a proposition has beun submitted to tlut luuliiers and the Jluuiulrynitiu iii this citv Uiintinuiug the rato of until Betwwn uuw and that timu theunion moldors in ull thu hirgtcities in tlm United Status will maku n formal demand u Suits Irow Oat of April is stated that wrVirul suits are to Im brought against the Southern rail way and Uniuii Telegraph tnjiratisi of tluir failure to du livtr anil Granvillu Calhoun puundsof which hi is nnabU to get from Joseph one of thu largest fanners of Juuksoii will it is on aecount of noudelivtry uf lot of glllnH APPOINTMENTSARE ioviruur NaiiHH hotU h Ciirullnii Ituitrd ol Kducui April Mcriwufiity has annuuitiitid the niLmburrf Of the iutw state Ujtird of This Ixiard is an important one as ru gurds higher eduatLion in Caro und the governor hasappointed it from aiiMiig ihu ubltst of thu The personnel of the board is as follows PruftSMr Henry Aruhur of Charles Professor MrUdnof Dim Professor Gravts Knight Uranittj Professor Cook of Grutm Profissui Banks of Hook Brown of Marion and xr f Slmoutou Mttken aa Interestiug Kullug ut April Simouton has question arising out of the hearing of cha and Weateru VnioixTelegraph company assess ment teutimouy in which is being taken by Standing Muafcer The agent of a privace croporatiou sub poenaed to produce ita books but conceuded ho should not be forced to open them lor examination becaude his company wat not a ptuty to the suit and that opening tho books would be tray all the secreta of business and might work it irreparable Judge Simouton says An ugtuit of a private corporation cannot be compelled to open its books for examination and exposethem to thu scrutiny of chird PROHIBITIONISTS TO Couferouee Will He Held Iu Columbia on Mity April call will be issued in u few days for a state prohibition which is tg be held in this city May for tiie purpose of considering the pro priety of suggesting candidates for gov ernor und lieutenant governor GO rupru sent the prohibitionists iu South Caro lina in the Democratic primary and ulsu to announce the principles uud purposed of thb prohibitionists iu seeking tu ob tain control through the Democratic or gunimtion of the executivu and legisla tive departments of thu state for thb enactment and enforce ment of measures which are in bust uu cord with thu highest interests of the PLANS OF South TaroJiim DeniocraM Preparing Kur April ing to the constitution of the the order of thestate committee aud supple mental orders from the countyoxecutivu the step toward the recognition uf tbu Democratic party in tliis staty for the national and state cam paign year of 1JOO will be uikeu Sutur This will be tho reorganization of the several precinct and ward clubs throughout entire state and the olw tiun of delegates to the suvurul county convuutious which will in turn uluct dekgutHs to the state convention which meets in May to select delegates to tliu national Democratic convention and a new state April Tun indecisive action md slow progress ut General Hart und Brabunt HIV ioluri vLly uniiu portunt enmiurod wirh the prog ress uf General It is now evi dent thut Lorn Rulxiris wishes not only to defeat the bur ru jun them iu as ut To lliis end British troops iu chu southeastern jwrtiun of the Orange Fret State und an opmitiiiif Cu carefully devised iu whiuli the delay may he as mueh duo tu as One Man Fatally and Othcra Seriously April das perate tight occurred ac Mountain in Buncombe iu probably An Arrangement For Sturttnff Sweet IutittoiM and Burly For years we have made the good old fashioned deep bed covered with hoards and This method proved wounding expensive and Casting about George Hawkiua and batlly injuring i fura lt uer we nipt an extensive started at the church of Obiu rlver 13 just as the preacher began his settlon 1runi lljl welearned the fol the participants being Muck and Hillory andMillard Hurl stones and kuucks were to Xrtant move almost iv thi s m If h wilh cun tin at ICim tlect rlie on Irtjnnral JIVJK down irum tin of exucutioii which berley and saint which followed hvo Arc counu he was Evwry day ivnmiii at Wupuuer Jrciariis chance Qi To put a girdle around the Boors oslimatrd tu be in tinnorthern part uf iu Orange luio ticatu Lord Roborns Jms ividenrlv takun The Uriiiftii cririjs rc Hawkms were knocked down witli sioues by NuctU while Tiillerv Hawkins wus knocked The was the result of an old The same belligerents had an in iountur on Eiisttr iu wliich ull low ing wbkh we now use ex clusively and with perfect says an Ohio Iunner correspondent Fnr ordinary family use the for MISS GORDON NEW Will Make Her Debut nter NEW Attorneys i ra In of Mia Stflto tiid tt Collections pit this size and about six Inches deti Is Any rough boards may be which IK made about iiiu moro or less hue no deadly WILL SUPPORT aviilry tu hist at HI s u Made Whereby Repiibllimis Will Vote Fur State April It is KJfl authority that the Republicans and Populists have made a deal whereby the former win support the state ticlwt re cenrly put out by the Populist Iu return for this the Populists under Senator Marion will vote for HcKiuley iu the national It is furcher stated that ic is hoped ru only defeat che sCutu gardingtlie reserve but that the leaders of tho com bine hope to throw the state into the McKiuley column in Re luclies high and of coursethe same size as This Is built Inside of the pi and when completed extends one foo above the original surface of the Lt Isbest to raise the nortl side uf tlie bedabout four Inches high er tltiin the south sideBO us to get bet J ter from the The frame then bunk up on the upon i ullLsilie Cl wltblu one Inch of the top Mi Kir opiniiHi UIMI ninn IYiiiiihs pruLri There in a LVIUTU inmi chut main mlviuiri upitn Premria will bu lakon up withniit any its inoixthan ilt tilt Briiisij in acruss riraft sudi chaiitru in diivuiinns riuluy Ku ers It thr UririsJi cupuii IHJIVV lilitii Ic stilsn siiid unb to tn iMiMi jmblicans who were speaking abouc the RupuoiicanPopuiists say the luDter fudural positions ami really ca g about the dirt that was thrown out of thy Thu bed Is now ready for the which should be oif tho kind ordinarily used LOP this Fill Iu about laches traaipllug Then cover the ma about five inches of rich Tbu lud Is Now the Two sahles are the only timbers required Iwlng four good sriff pieces about 2 by 7 and seven or eight feet jlusiu gab cuds are erected one of General has arrived meats at practice is che reason of Cher is federate Miss Gordon luw prepared care for the cavier slitlias long and olost study nugrott fathers large plantation ui Attoiney at rhur Uuirs llcc iris i untfivd i NORTH CAROLINA CAMPAIGN Onlitest Pulltluul Battle Is Now In April greatest liriciu uactlu thut has been tdugiit in North Carolina siuee undor tnu Ifaflirship of the lamented Xulj the Ujinourats wrested the stare Iron i Republican two Miiura fiiiay wirh ami Hi Boer U l the1 iral that and UiMdi Tin iin tin I riny MI iv forced by rhu political ot riuyio rnli mid narion in thu easfurn snociuiiof thtis in number or tho uf w rlicy constiluwcki throuyh thu A WARM at uutli end of the and at an ingle uH about Hi Next u strong wire Is 1iuin one guble tu tin fillHtlit tin tup fur a This win ixtends on uvtr ijuli Baltic and to the jiTMiuid ut iucli end of the it Is If iliis wire lfl lirs It is lllUr Ulll viirted iiithllu party und lately tLruugh the lUimbli ainPupiLlist havu InIll high carnival and Kiii NEW Two CHARTERS was hy Mini mr ilruvit heavy urml tbc I HHII fnr tin nihr it in IVlnck fills niicf mys line bid now ready iur the insists nf hiavy im just tin right Irum DIIIside oj1 ilnbull lilr nllaT hiilinml to rafiifs at iiicJi ii vovinil with tie same luuslin iuver turns the oui the told nnd Is as WMIIII is is ronipfiraiivuly am u lien in hid jnytis atten il hiiil llul In it at Olii Tiiis ftnind very satis fr mi ii tle six it bisiiles fti j nihbuge and capital stock of uom rtiniinisniun and fur curly family d 7 Mills and tries hoiSouth April cliarrir jd to tin Orangeljnig Knit ting A commission fur u charter has to the Jlilis Avinue puny is tu A Im1 a charter was issueil to the The nipral uf be A tfr was isHucd to tu LattaGrocerv cmn Arrest disease the timely of j CROFTS Tutts an old and favorite remedy of increasing Always cures SICK indiges toqpid constipation and all bilious TUTTS Liver PILLS in all Collftctfoal Ih S A V SAWVKR Notary PuUtlt OWENS 7 Croft Wil priiiUie in all v IMililnrnl h ml bclweun lin TinSt rn Tlio tin COTTON New Ones to Be KutubLLilied In North April stote chartered Ure Hill Mtuiufcuiturinj compuny of Uhathnni It will nmnufacttuy chuira uad furniture sup The ciipitul stook is A charter has been granted the Mebnuu Ltuid und Improvement company UD Slu btuio cupitttl The state ulsu cinirterud tho Spruks Manufacturing company of Washington capital It nmkii burreU und Tim ulmrter jraiitud to thu Ttirboro kuittiny miilisthe fourth gnuuud this year tu time class of To cotton mills nu less than 1H huve been IItiu Down hy April white mill whosu name could not bu was killed by a Seaboard Air Line train yesterday evening ut 8 KO ntur His body was hor ribly He was walking ou tin track tuid baid to a companion that ou would not gee off until the n uteri during oJ the kn tllu Wfltd1 our jiiiiii ni dorp It I ii IMcjiiy u dis 1 n tu A charter was yruutud the rHarrsville Ulh fur llrst bruuJ on only u thu thu e niuth which pany of A commission has beim 1 nilull uf ihc strawbeny Luf the Bltwksburg Spinniny and ljrth eiulv in tliu lays its i In If divnstad the strawberry buds um ThiSe liiivf JKM ahoii Uliii IOnllLll inhume fllll Hill gruund ha viry odfriiifr uwird Thomas Rasur Petition In April duuor luus illwt a iorsnimL petition in baukmptcy in thu United StHtes Hue can be sooured Liabilities uro to be and assets Of thu petition status that should be by other otjrindorsed Landaner is mailer of the South ern Agricultural works of but thirf concern no WHEELER K Takes un April Gomral Bellinger 1ms filed a formal ticu of his intention to appeal from the decision of Judge Bynet in quaahing the indictmmit against CJoIouel Neal on tlm charge of failure to tura over certain uiouuy received by khu ad superinten dent of the state To Seaboard Air men of this pkce are couteiupUitiiigthe furniationof acompany to build a ruil Wiuusboro whfim the beaboord can be Tim dis tauce will be about 35 mileri if ftu air unit jnpirim iitiik Mints UN vancLuf Cfiiera iuuidli Lrmn Is njxirtd Mini llriii i heard Imiwiin XiiAinn and ir is lljiii are iu LMiuiMl wii rhi HmTi Hi touk fliem twn river ur iin rlii urn lam luir iih I VERDICT FOR THE Olivet Awurtlud Ouni iigtis AfiilncL April After be iiijunr nil night the jury in the Oliver vase iias retuniud a vurdict ol1 in huur uf Oliver thu Colum Xewburry and Launuis hud sued for dum lli th they Lyhs notice on heluilr of hiri inteutiun to pixwut a L rliiir ii iny CMIUITU eruil dm Mu WitMer tin scvi which i AtlJick On IMHV mwunl It Look at the label on your paper and if you are behind please pay ahead without waiting to re ceive our 50 or neatly printed on by SO Address aud Aikenj Believed Their Will He Announced April Perswtiiwt rumor agaiu couples rhe mimes of Gen eral Joseph Wbielur and George and this time tliore seems to be good reason tu boliuvu anunnounci iimut of ihfir tji nmrry will be ChiltU asked for connrmution ur duiiiul of the rumrr sbe smiled and refirred the question 10 Geueral The gallant veteran also smiled when asked about It would be anything but gallant for me to talk ujwn that subject without first asking thu inrinisaiou of Childs to do he At the some time I will admit that this rumor has beeu so persistent thut it would be well to not it at rust one wav or the other for all Ill tell you what I will I will see Childs and ask her to an swer your questions or authorize me to do Later the general said he bad seen aud that the tuiswer would be forthcoming aooii in the shape of a setting at rest all of these Another Mill April sec retary of state has grunted a charter the Monarch cotton mills of Union can UHliml at Georgetown Furnirure capitalized at was also that by tlnir ru iiirr is motion for u new Thu court lias Ijtiuii uU duy with the taking of testimony in riui suit against the uad Georgia raihutid for diiiii Kscuped Juiivlft April negro cun ijut after four years WHS eaptured this week in ut was Immifht in tin peniivntiury u was originally up fnr and jnst beturu his term undid munltivd a follow Hi was fnr this Hontcncud 90 and lias served 10 ytsars of the IcmwiSl lit o nraptnit Htiiorieof thiHimst u nil the Merchant April ti has ilis under circnmstan lie was in business with The ledger containing uu ac of rhufirms linsinusa cannot be IoLiiifL und is Ijeliovud to by After caking stock Pruitt thinks shura is a short ugonf ubour wrutu a Icuxr iriini auying hi was t jsi year ui euuise Un I OF plants biuiv bill dilVLtly ur durlnji the ihiuts beai dose wiiti a Thu A DISASTROUS BonV Arsenal 1 csr mid Ton Killed His Atril aai Small was shot aud fatally wounded Ihe ball the btwe of the skull Small died a few hours later New Buuk ID April is now a certainty that Cheraw will havo another The capital stock haa been sub scnbedaud a suitable building for its location April A sion iicciiiTtil at used by tin goviriMiuuit as an hist Tim the luiililing destroveiJand thu Fifty Minslowa Soothing Syrup has been used for over fifty years by mill ions of mothers for their children while with perfect success It soothes the softens the allays all cures wind and U the best remedy for It will relieve the poor little sufferer Sold bj Druggist in every part of the Twenty eve cents a Be aure and ask and Soothing o other n of The shrieks of wiumn and rhiirlmn in adjoining streets gliusr of thu IVit wurktmii wuru killwl IIIK yj including HeiT tht of thu The most iuijKirlaiir nnirhinyry was The cause ui rho txplosiou is uji The works einpluyed per mostly ITreiich and ni the Iull j row 11 Mornis in and aim to poLsun whiit larvamay rutue from tbu nhvaiiy Thu spray uf shuniil ill long as iiuy Ihls meltlud should pruvi ijL riva and ht regular futatloa ut1 LTIIIS ivill also be found unrins niv eiisily killed wiJi a spray uf und bit as tliis must HuL lie used bijtiix Irnil is tiarviStii suiuu rein dy Is often and this Is found lir kemsfiid Obviously this nisl nuL In1 spiayii on rtiieyluy but ihe spray mnsL he applied in time to oil to helure the Ctirriiif unit old liius have lncn surpassing the iu ixi at tiie Is disturbing to one o the popular uf Jjoul the Illinois hrnoin corn district during the pat tvii years jlihl fjiHi pounds oim ln UVLiii and pajinls for three ijOu and TOO for and pounds Pur uvij seasons ami pounds Imnim of iMflVixnt varictleH of outs 1 iliruiiLh live yours uppuar tu UiMiaiu Sanndersot Canada tu furnish si rung of the jiroiluciiviiioss lit urges fanniis lo pay attention to thu choosing of the must promising uf the very hcst rjuulity of law In nature null at and it is probable thutrplans tlru like like will mutunulizo within the next The mill be capitalized ut U llL says thut ur probably iki much as cliri1IJt or gooseberry sfruit flies i uvak and liable to obstrnoJJnn Is to prevent their i CM April coniini out oC the ground In Pyles reports thac Wat nu 1hureforc Chappella neighborhood of stnnv hay her home a 50poimd Jccn phiced shaped supposed to be au uici as far ns the briinchea rSFT i This is the Season lor LSire our yniir vtgetalil ynu u ill Iniy you1 paj i from il i nh tnu i Oflie ilnii Moi lu Afrtr T I REAL Real Estate KM1 hititidd Elegance and Economy i maliriiil arc UMI ini u iv HIM Iiinri1 than ill t hrn our 1 our Jnnl tu illitui WilinijU Hian iliilly Sciiiary UnnK i varidy I rjti s Lovely I irk Irmii Ii to v JOHN t Builder v i in AirriMiior inilmitU artfl Muln Roal Siberia Ott and FURNISHED COTTAGE TO Bowles 904 BROAD with six guns bly wirii a view of sisting but tinuiViMisivr rhe Huirsthis nmniint iKhind Kialianis ui tho ofticcs ac Chupel pound which U waning Line April a inixting of the of the At liintuiCitfiJit Linu road of South Caro ul tho oRices a tiu nth fJarolina line wus consolidated the Coast Linu roiul uf certain other roads in Xorth Carolina an in making clio Athuitic Coast Line system into one cor about of Culton April movement is on foot to build a JOHN SOME FOOD iin sunn IH Rubber tho ceucury stakes of sovereigns RVtnile won by Lord Durhams bay horsu Twenty Arrests April almost every OsbcclT Wins Century is SOURone whue IMV Inibeen saved T by Cholera and the second day with all Diarrhoea or who has been I of nhe spring race cured of chrotiit diarrhuea by lite use of Chat persons make a pointluricllins nf it whenever Manners waa second and portunity he ridden by was third iu u che means nl savinjrotlier For lield Pfeieht by J   

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