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   Aiken Journal and Review (Newspaper) - May 9, 1900, Aiken, South Carolina                                B EIGOfr AIKE sf v WHEN LOVEJS ifiou the lattice wltli dl Iti blare din jtl ihy faded nwe weave checkered psdl tnd tftlth soft dews humming1 note paw from the moit nourishing mi late gentle This will tfu a long way toward preserv ing their health and their us well is that of the little one to Hut to be absolutely of a ahort and painless labur the should use Mother S OF WIND What It told Por a BY regularly during the of u In be iijiylied 11 urul viijnr Hi UK1 uulHs Jil all uf tlif which uniiivti I n wrrc ubxiiutciv iirt Mihtrs is I Oniiiier MI il Ijot THE UTGllUTOtt ATLAVf r GOOD FARM AIllY TO Croft MONEY TO N runtiiii I I v V Nd riiir ruiviT ii I Iual col u jiiri pr A KIBR AND A it it OFFICE Mfleld tlie front door with bi3 latchkey and lS nlmself U was hlowinp hiird and as he litUI thu door ajar a puff of wind rushed Jt wus a strong and it swayed tut curtains and llutteivd thu long tiavus nf the liardy palm In tin parlur Tluii It tuiiKlit up a bit oi1 imir liiptT tlmi lay n tin little table iu Linlinll and wUirUd It be niMili flir Imnkrasf In tlit The maii wlm was fiilirliig did not see this filnit tin i lour iiuick ly iinil tnriHil Nillii Nfllii the deuce Can sinbf V left me likithi What did ahe with lurV litopuiXiI thu clothed IT ilnlndroniii and looltLd at irarinciiis In un orderly IIi Itt his Iminl fall lovingly on is sriMiud so of her slu hkliiJK bohliul fniclisV Ilr jjukuJ Ills up our siik and buck on luit ID Nellie was wiiliin IN limited liinuy lie uniiteixd to a Wonder whiii sludid with lur jewelry lie tliuljhl hi1 Whtiltf slit hill It AL least It wasut IIHVItUKin It with he itinl sluppid wii an Youre a Austin Insaid and scowled at IniiistU in 1liin a pleasant aroma arising tniin inlrlor uf the It ii pjirt uf There wuru two uf lnr luiirpins thu dresser Ic pniiiil ihtiu up eitivliiJty and laid mi Un lllile china dlsli wliere a nr inniv uf ibelr brothers wore ttl Her ultl shoes lay hcsiili luw sewing small and Hi she hud In a hur iievii1 have left this of iniiitlliifMS 1C shi haduL been fur Hut what cuiilil have liii fruiu hunicso and with a tin Chatfielri Jhiiiami ic iiitiiiand pri il Tin W OOBEY Inpllbii1 t t Jii mi BUILDER ANO CONTRACTOR 1 aptiti prnlltpl l 623 Broad Guns Pistols ol Sporting CA nuMMJou nnil For Sale Cheap Av in A a Iruin niirt lliuf 1tii Journal Magnolia V frrJji Siiial liil aiil I In ixrtd tor i iiiiiiii within iav nl Hif Imi mrl of tin1 cily ami Ilif Lifhicil hy ririty ami tlirouuliout with hut wa lit at in halls ami publiinuia j open in biil Kltririii bf hot and rold and all nin dern Ciutii imtts all Iranspurtntion 1nr ami to all the Graniteville TABLE unexcelhiL Kuonis roiuuio dious anil ur coal Klentrh Teams at reasonable Terms to perina guests very S Irout bv rail was tiuL a tliurouglily well 1Uiad wurliinl too hard Inwas mrviiUH mid Uvuuing iilirr ivfiiiitt lithad corny liuine aud iinloadfii iinn Ills wlfts kecpUis as miiili as Inroiild lis bunleu of dally irsL time in their is liiohibs ol manlull bliss Mb wltt irlt litm wiilmut a word of warn slawly down the stairway and into a big chair In His iyy wanilcred about tiif It was growing duaky ainl t lie luniks about him wure and shook hU list In a smlikii lit ui1 frriixy at the tkrs of vol liitrinful Ihsiii and ami knows what all They art ilaiiijirous aiil They cor rupt th suundst iniiKl wltb tliilr pes Whats lie piiKid up u mwspiiiJti1 clipijing from tintaldu llijliiliig tliu read It aluiid ut women knock some times iu liars of of tra il it uf and rjlamur for if it be the briefest of n spit Snairilmis when they Imist it tildesiru lo lly grows strong thrm ami they are ready to throw down all thai is at haml and strike out t Mildly In tin direction of the luring Who can blame them Do you blame tin captive hrntos In the arena for lnating ihclr bivusts sore against tinrruil burs that out then off from tbe lUlltflns of liberty Woman has the saint It tores out ut inns wbca least and the Wdiiian furili htMirt hungry and for that blissed boon that n aud threw ibu clipping AbnoluiL lie Then htf Ami she must have bwiti it Just before she started II is voice sank on the last then lit briskly added Dont be u Kverytbiug will come out ali Yuii know it Ileru you are worrying over what is probobly u trivia a Nivirthelesrf ills hand trembled when lie iiieked up Un1 obnoxious cHpplujj nnd It Into tliu He leaned buik u liis chair tuk a llglileil ami smoked it lie of tin1 lirst time he saw of how lltilLhe linntInetl she biconic so ilear to of tbe gradual growth of of the day he asked her to be tils Queer that be Imd never goutover the romance bo How vKirily It all ciunu back to Andthisj was the lirst time he hud been too busy to Trifles Too save liin owu nnd Hud his hopes and arnbi Was her life so Indlsaolubly linked with his that she was Individu ally effaced He had never asked hlmr self this It was time It was supremelyselfish he had been He hadnever recognized the fact pntll He passed his hand wearilyover his He wasnt He had the He needed a strong He went to tbe side board and poured out a half tumbler ful of whisky In the little He picked it Thenhe pushed it It seemed Why should he be afraid of his thoughts He remem bow reproachfully she al ways looked at him when he He knew It was a temptation that lie ougbt to And yet her rcprouch ful glances never stopped He would laugh at her and drluk In a spir it of back to the big chair Intlie What confounded disagree able companions a mans thoughts were They come uninvited aud they didnt have the grace to leave whou they found they were not Did Nellie ever stt aud think She had plenty of time for Much than he Did she look buck as he had been looking back she regret A great many people hud admired All the meu who knew of domestic affairs considered him a very lucky He took their compliments as a matter of He felt com placently that this was complimentary to his good taste nnd his admirable borne Fool There was one man Iu his whom he had reason to believe had loved Nellie aud would have made her hla He was a line a popular and he was worth a good deal of He would have made life perhaps for He coiitrufttcd liluiHelf with this Was there any possible balance in his favor And yet Nellie had prufurred Wan it love or wus It pliutV Did the occasional sight of this ukl ad mirer eyer arouse regretV I re got up alowly and looked at thu He bud boen dream ing for he knew not how It wus past He would go to She certainly wasnt coming He shehad her He turned off the gus aud went up the stalra slowly aud He When he reached their he did not light the lie know every object In beupart uent would remind him u1 When he was IE lie his arm slowly and tenderly across thu vu caut place beside him and full He awoke with a subtle udor Iu his yet dullclous He stit up U WHS brutid with tbu HUQ pouring througli the over which he Lad furgot tun to draw the He luukuil Nellle hadnt come you lazy buy Its 8 aud tue coffee it getting Was that her was hu Ing Can you dream tbe odor of cof feuV He dressed In a wild hurryami then added tbe finishing more She was at the fout of the her face her eyes ahe be answered and siuuped tu meet her Miss me a Thats Where did you gut your dinner Dinner Vou great I dont beliuve you had any Did you miss me much aa that Butyoull enjoy your Of course you gut my note John started Of whats thinby the bookcase Heres the A puff of wind must have blown it from the table where you dropped there tilt Youll tlnd your wife hasnt forgotten how tu HuWs tin coffee ilrst answered wltb a greitt Thank You Mjibel sent for me In such a hurry I Just had time to scribble that note anil jump In tbo theyve got the sweetest little baby you ever saw do ynn Mabel wouldnt let ait out uf her sight fur a moment just clung to me mid didnt want anybody else to come near hor kept me holding tight to her hand forlioura and It touched me I never divHiued Mane cared so much for He looked Her bright eyes were full of Can ymi blame her he with a lame attempt at Thuu Been up all 1 she 1 couldnt get away until Mabel fell Uut I hope I duut show my lute uu you You look quite As he went down the street to the car a little later he felt quite as bleary as he He had passed u hard and he Ladiit the marvelous re cuperative powers of his He irritable nnd angry at Confound that puff of be Plain BILL TO INGRHSI 1 innv EFFICIENCY TIF ARMY rv 11 of y c frtti jij1 Vi i roe ri fl ton resumed nis that Guvurnor TaylorSOT Measure Providing For Its witness to give Youtsey any amount of Slayw of J6elelWas In Sec A LIEUTENANT GENERAL j nionfjy desired if he would leave Kfeu j At a in the Sun day biifuiv Juebel was it was di cirled that Kupreseucutivo Henry Bill Confers the Rank Up6n General1 wbo had bueu unseated a few days bo Ttllmans should goto thi huvise of repre Several Additional Batteries of Const suiitutivus uexc morning and take hit seat and rufuse to give it his was to be in somewuy prevented from going ca the bull rhuc Ualeh Wnlcnr m and Field Aitlllery May chairman of the pojtoftica and today reported tha appropriation bill He guve would call u up lor May The resolution offered by oi Colorado expressed tor tht Boers ar the request or che author laid uvtr uiiril Teller gave notice chat he would then call it up immediately after routine whu WKH ut tbi1 telephoned LV LO Taylor at Frankfort two or Lui threu times in tu Un cross exiimituitiun Quito u said he did know any list of senurors or who weiv to put out of tim Un rediruot oxuinmurion Cultou sum ut Amis The following were passed Tu establish u branch soldiers hjineal or near Denver to provide for che bold ing uf it term of circuit and district courts of the United states at Thij bill to the ol Ity the snbpOtHmiS for witnesses fur finvniur Taylor testify Iwiore tin cnntnsr conimirrouand an tin ULd to liupntixe good men in rhi viiriuiiri to OiiUun Miid hu did not know whwro ur were when chy shut was Tbi Talk be had with j iuutsey rhu tho plan to kill had Oulcou n akid by Taylor to iiscurtuin wl tt rLt in the coutust knew ho was LL Tu tliu prose igffi IUIR retaryqf States STEFFEE SAW THE EIFLE FOUGHT IT OUT IN THE ROAD Vbc Jenkins Killed uml Juik Carver Seriously May and Jack rivals far of the same met in tilth road about half a milu below this Sximiay1 nightami engaged in a shooting Jenkins killed Carver probably mortally StHiiillug on StitteUotiaC Portico When SboL Was Was Drawn In and AUu sjinv May of Che evidence iu the Cultou case was re sumed this Captain a Barboumlle military testified regarding Caleb and John Pow ers coining to him ten days before the assassination to get him to bring hid company w Frankfort dis guised us He declined to do the military of the United curiuii hu bail tolrt mure now on better kuowu us army rtjor gatiuatiuu wad called up by iu charge of the The bill proposes to change the method uf staff appointments by detailing ufHuer from the line for departments of tlio ad jutant inspector leruiaster genera and commissary gun It also increases the rank ut Geu Mil fid to litiUtyiJiiuE yon oral nil to major Om hundred and twentysix batteries of uoasr nrril lery and Is3 butteries or Held urtilluiv are provided Alter one or two amemtniuuDa to the the stanii than any person except His friSliniuHV Cinniir Clerk Monrenf Jackson county deniud Uultuii hud him any die plan to on a ruit lunl kill and othur nieinbors of tbe TO BUILD Aniririii BLACK I to liny an tuluy Priwiiltijit HiUTi of the bill mul been nuitlt lt Lhl thar the tifteenth seciiou of the are be amended so us to read as Tbat the major generul cnm uiauding the tbe ptiy aud f a HeuRmint yii era wud hisperSRil ataiT tihall Ijavti rlie pay aud thu stutV ot a liuuttmiiit The umeuiluujiit by Till nuiM huil the effect of nut tlm piuvUiuu making tbe apply uiily to the pruMHit IMILI of the It wa ayiljid Berry iiiovtd to strike mu tbe prn vision in the army rcorfjunmituin hil fur lieutenant It wns i EC 4i APPROVED BY road lliuf if the linuii as ordered by Governor aud no orders oame uutil aiwfothoOii fita j Captaiu who was with when he was stated that hs was sure sbe shot that hit Goebol was fired from cdie executive Eri who was atanding on the ponicuin front of the baw Gotibul Lnniedtately alter tbe shot be louicud toward the executive building tmd tliuughc ho saw the barrel of a rifle pointing out ol the of tbe oRice of the secjvtury ut The weapQu drawn in and thfe Iu tbe cmsfuxiimiuatiou Steffee said chat after thu smt was fired he thought be euw a little ainoku risiug aboyli winduw tiuin wliiuh He did nor Wk ro se the shot came from until dltur Gbebel Judge one the at torneys for che was placed on the Me seen Culrun in ti whispered conversation In the Btiitebiuise yurd on the morning of tbe wirb Burry but did iut iiiiuw whiU they were calk plan nf Cnluiiri Oicliinsun tu inrtrisr rns ruail i fails an niily tu tuku of ill1 j and if rights oi way Captain OosHlund IT Kuiintl and Sen ten red by Court iimrlin May Tin oojrtmartial by thu CO iienr the charges and resulnng from the diili culry on Military day uf he Street IMUI Uiftt recently tuttde irs and abiiiitted iheiu Co tbe Ciiptain Crushlam suspended ioi tuiir muiitlis from rank and the Lieuteauiitb and Garside are Theso havtr beec apprnved tin is iVJidv tin1 limy InriLiiistirnil tu a Ainiricjin WJMSU ajjuiiriiiis iiin iiiluniiiLtini iis tn iln1 This is Unlmitrl Alljcri IVmnes rniui trum Ohin river tu Purl FOUR AMERICANS i Ol hers Wuiiiuliil 11 If it I My A lisputijh nouived luii tlMii iliiili thatl iliiSjAMiite iigiir tliik ar Uamliiiiiau in tin Lcnfr nl Ic ap pears than a reciiiin purty uf thi inlaiitiy was surrimnded iliac uf iiiiAnierUiins ami hi wuuniluil nnd tin1 Jhi riinuiiulir uf i i boutbluck in the bnse nieiiv uf tni Lxtrulive fiiiW mil steps into the ni aw ruainiif che biifruiiiit i uvsriifiirtl Miuif nirii he hilk the APRIL BUSINESS riuv Iliiiii luiAnyt ui1 Muuili 1 in April r1 rurru tur n or tr Kiiiilii uid in it bad the lady and Andrew Carver metJot uus ha was returning 9 Wbon all tlireti their Jenkins was shot through vjjiio Carver was just aUxQ tbo shoulder Ai Carvers V k was A A An bilious and all kindred Tutts Liver Pills in nil the a This is the Season tho re a luiisc ties the yro ft in auy njuiith Ur wluii and were tbtj rtifi in any singU yiars Liabili from uiunth ot cbau did tlitTifcrtast bet 112 the liinl n inirruw Tin iifids run 1 iinilu us SMS rhiailuir nii ivatii DEMANDS AN in uf wluivuiun Uio TU tlnir Governor Lear y a May Lrovercor bub seut to tbu navy dupiirtmuut itnoiihLi of bia clianiutonstic official in including the ul it ttvkeii Uiicier nib direuDou und i statemciiv uf the six of hid which u gratifying ami growing I iry hil of tib island Plant In May The Aiuericuii and Tool company has purcluiJoil M acrtid of rivur frontaguat netii and will erout cherenn u the lurgest uf its kind ivcr I is intended to the jlunts ul thu eonibiue at thin One will bn i by Triiit iu 1iK ul Anniiiiiii IjiruMiiritl ivi ni rlie As ljnss iliiii IJiilid States A ilor iJhuaii has rii fur explauiLl lulls as tu allege ol iuiiriiiiriuiiii in rhu ttisn i abuse of tlu Into Xatlonul May Thu Cicy tiniitil of the oldest and busl known linaiiuiiil in lias to niergt with thu Philadel phia Ntttkiiml bank nnd nil in uirlfiit to tho City National Kutiuuu Amivnaii ship Sriiwitih In lin liT Ctiprain was by rhi Hrii warship within iniliilinif PiMMiLrUfM uirilnry ii East CHANGE OF iiHlnl to lie noarlv Jl per int cniniiuiMd with AjirU u Ililliuji ull ti i tioiiai fieinp due mainly tu tlit I occurriMiirc uE a rVw tnUurtia in Niw Vuik uiifi was uf any pnrtioilur ehunge or tiMiliiiv in tlurhi yhcrnl o EDITORS In I Mav R Cuunty wlm hiuiily respected iti near drWiil S ot tljin to Fur painting iunl phuitin desire Iu lnrve your liniie your ippir your pitch produce tiling limn ial than yun will Ituy your paiut nui from All frfh inw if OIHce on between dleton and Luureim OUVe in Cbaiflslil 1 toil to After i j p WYMAN a JI1TU flli y liifr1 Lan of venue tu riial ol Thirty School Trustees and mRUSTKES and are here by notified that 1 have on hand Trustee Keuords and Teanliers Pay to be had on i IX County All yaid a Maryland Justice you have been found guilty of steal luff pig belonging to Colonel Have you anything tu say puss sentence 1 answered the prisoner as he ruse Its til a nil a I didnt dun tu steal no pig from Kuruil I was artcr was a hawg beloufiln to Majnh iu liow diiin two Rnhnals got mixed up un de constable found de meat In eau lu am gwlne to bodiler me till I euuie out jail an lick de ole woman fur not keepin better watch at de hUuut Ofllcer nnd May The state con vention of che Daughters of the Coufed urucy has uiljuuruud after being iu scs aion three Eufaula was selected the noxt placeof Jubu of Moucguaiury wu elected In Memory of May wchbishop of tuday purfoniiud Che ceremony of the dedication of chupe in the Riui Jean ereoteil of tbe charity baxiuuvie junt and Countess niilcriT ut in Jirut l Ma irill has upliieil a Snuit tur Uu and lunl silcctud us tinjihici ii lie rhe attornuys fov askiil liniu ru us vo wiiiiiifi tliiy wmiM trial uc tin1 pillar i Ib IITKI n wus ill I pill i j gOU iii MI ilie laipay tijid horse twn the stream by the thu iiarpuss and re find in viiati way made NViieh lieejiuie n he witu in a briar tliieliet by his fait ful ij f nrfti KKEALEoTA i Real Estate OFFICK CONSIDINE It Is Now Id IS irk ur uli for in Tinii to Oir tbe May George Gnu a lUKialjur of he mid Jimmy Bayard aud Kid irt today Ajiril iJuvulop neiKs ul tinlust few days buvu ixdtid and cunliilciifi in tin lrilids ut State Suinitu Fnil who is tln liiuier in Im racifur rlnDciiiucrulit milnTMiituriiil Meyeri hits pliilpN nl siippurf all IViI and MI in InitiliiiitiiMis tliat a driH tnwavil lias SIT in in nuiuer Oils wliicii afrcr oourr condu The Tlllrd ui ou arraiyiiud in police1 iu of utcumpuufj tw coxing uiafch without a li iIviUt nnritr the w Wei lol pOlbli tliC plilliliL bctwfLTi Jno ii u Jlill SiuiUi Elegance and Economy nru the nf u tiii i uu ip IT is liiiule nnd u by Jl Hiul more than niian Ii will t urn jnM n t Yuiir liiuiuy bitiK I dnii fail n line ui you we veil frutilij in Knmlne In May The pruhibitinn ut ifie iiuporcation of cutcle from Soutli Americahus caused ciiiisceruation among shippers and butchers Thti priced uf ctittltj and sheep have advanced tu hu highest prittw since Viit May Ho Wil iias ac ccpril an artuml tin Kasr Teiimssfi in th Lir May ii and Ii will dilivn an a Kinnvn OMIfor us cunmottiil with r diwtl lUvt thritkiu McCuna Vetoed by the May WhuLi nertuday a niessuge from deutMuKinluy vetoing tbu bill uuthor the adjustment uf surtlera uii the Kuvaju lueiitui laid biifurti the Ilie AimriMM Fanner and His Ooiiipitiruriv nl ixjiriaii will aln iil di at May tlu1 yiuiif iiiiin riKirirud with miir 111 ii n ti t jr y the nvi iir ninltiiiL j lift wirb Curley ucro liniu two uf or ChiiMu Ilritlh Steamer MaylThe Brit ish lincof truin April Lis Fulmas April tu hnund tiij WLKt IlifllE III U Iloianie SuddLMily IVuiT May Arruwsmith uf this sud denly insane Thursday morning and tur two hours or morethrew the community For Orcr Fifty Yearn Winslows Soothing Syrup lm heeu for over fifty yeara by ruill jurrgjpr mothers for their children with perfect success U soothes the softens the gums allays all cures wind and is the best remedy for It will relieve the poor little sufferer rfolu bj Druggist in every part of the Twenty Dve cents a Be sure and ask for Winslows Soothing and take 110 other Concealed work is thu only wiiy to have your house At luw prices hy Brill Electric fur tinkilling uf Jd IJiuu iiiiriit of has IKII iu niadtL ti ruar In kiliiii The A aiijuil tin in was niirc IurtH tins Made No May Tliu poro lias noi tu tinAnitTHau utjtt ru tht iiidmuity 1wn NiW May has Riy Thu fiunuuM to IKCuhot L aiiiiii luani tlu ip i proljibly a tutsil ar rli reel May jricivtiuy uf lic Mallei bitiiniiwurks uf this wu killed by y uu wheel ut thf cimipjinyd A uf the JOHN Architect Bailder A Lrti I r A Real Siberia OU and oniii IKmr to Idink ol FURNISHED COTTAGETO Bowles5 JOHN 904 BROAD An UiiMttnlu of Whooping aat winter during an epidemifi of whoopinprCouffli my children contrac cpd the havingsevere fcougli ing We had used Chamber lains Cough Remedy very successful ly for croup and naturally turnedLO in at time and found it relieved the cough and effected a complete Proprietor This remedy U lor of ut ihuiucaiLsnol thu cainral scock ut tho PiriiHty and LIWII flssrviiution of ru AchiLrlur has Kivrr cuniirauy ut1 which will A tin Tin belhvei thill rlieunia tisin wu Hie work of n ileiiiuii within i Any umi has hud an at tuck orpniaviii r inllamniutory rheu willagreft Hie inlitction iiii tfnoUVo warrant the lie olaimeil tliaL Hill and i ian A I i ilt ur Milt Rubber 221 Campbell o T a nnc ui Clancys Restaurant Goods in ut 808 ami thiiv ijHn Lin ml an nut and hu the plic IKa roller mil with VPK a tirfi ot linen ami paper in letter mi4 knal and Ipc a ijulrei oUo and pur Juij sheets in ream has the of HIM Jtoum Cull and te mill o A 10 tliu bank uf capiializud ut bv   

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