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   Aiken Journal and Review (Newspaper) - May 30, 1900, Aiken, South Carolina                                LIGON BECKHAM Lite is hard aJ it It is to her that we owe our and everything should be made as easy as possible for her at the time of This is just what MOTHERS FRIEND will Itwill make babys cominsr easy and and that without tak ing dangerous drugs into the sys It is simply ro be applied to the muscles the It penetrates through the skin carry ing sirength and elasticity with It strengthens the whole system and prevents all of the discomforts of The mother of a plumb babe in says 1 have used Mothers Friend and can praise it United Supreme Court In Fuvor of May tucky governorship case was decided by the United States gu court inthe iuienut of ing the deoIMonoi the court of appS of doy ervice Prom WITH FEAR S5 l Terror tfpjSfc Mikes Strong Protest rom That branch had acted in the case tho general i There was uu apgea the uiaemblva vorable to Goabol and to the tribunal of tho bunal thechief justice was always iu He also said tho ease wan purely a Kentucky wad in tho full possession of its faunalues aa a member of thu Union and that there was emergency at this time calling for interference The opinion was not Jus tices Brown uud Mu KeiUia Get Mothers Friend at Drug SI per The Bradfield Regulator Write for our free illustrated Before Baby U dismissed for wauYof jnrisdiotid said the the last step the bouiudslimiting its own diction the caned of contests for bo seettled the politiealbrauch of the govemnMjMg Customs service t Ji Tr promises aa sen satipnal as thediBclosurea iu connection with tlie postal A customhouse official gives the in formation thatthe customhouse iu Ha vana via with fraud and corruption and the employes interested are trembling iiifear of That congress must make a thorough investigation of every department of the government of Ouba is the conclusion being rapidly forced upon administra tion leaders iu both Nothing ihortof inquiry by a com mittee containing representatives of the minority party will be It is expected that the Bacon resolu tion will be adoptbd by the appro the lias already passed provision in Eeportof Special Committee 5j i Adopted by OTHEE BUSntESS ACTED ON lives iu an cxplosioi Chatham cq The explosloj oclock and is supposed fc JcorredjGt Support Womans SuffragerSalary Question Cheater Makes eraL Important Matters May Presbyterian general assembly today decided upon of a hyuui adredge bar Oj clie speciai committee ap I kUnf V provemonbof was also passed a as to Wuiyah bay that when pre vented bybadweatherfrom working on tho outer on the between the oar and The Oharleaton item provides that the 40 nittii were in the mine at tbjj were brought alive trom while uonft of rhe uieii parts of tho mine wore m 00UTHAFRIGA Boers Are Falling Back Before licatiou of the book after giving time to heaifrom the fall meetings of the pres lurt of tunes a compuliy in NAIL AND WIREN HIS included in the sundry civil committee was adoptod Ub niaiies for dredging at moruiug providing for tho pub Charltjston until the passageot the reg ular river and harbor SUSPENDERSAVED HIS Bullet Tim I Would Have Pierced tho Mem Turned by Slav John and Paul had suinu dilliuuUy which resulted in the killing the Tliuro were somo other negroes an hour oxtiloiou the work of itwcuo tuul by all due bodies oue luul bLij bronghc to rlie This is the suwjiul cxplnsiou tins miiio has bad wnthiix ftmr fonuur one iJtu whun miu lose their The inuiosLiiv sitmituil us LuinnucU in Ohathuni iitout inis The mine has been hrnf iiitt bat in Ihb5 in uel Heuxy Hiiluiieipuw May reached Prospect miles uorth of Rhienoster are recreating straight oil the Adispatch from says Tho general will arrive at Pretoria as fast as wo can though the iiiers j iill thi countryside that they iiitonilud to light to tho Hamilton is cuopoiAWiijl iu the advance on the Thus Lord who presumably is ti few behind Ueneral will the Yanl befuLVtho end of Uu that thu have Khumoster In system m perfect order and are constipa tion andaft bilious Liver PiHs UEAJJKllliON Two to Loan GOOD TO CroftS MONEY TO UesorW to DrasUe toStiiire Kelltfi Way con duct of Julian who recently 6hot and killed Walls aud seri ously wuuudud Blitch lias boen explained by thu At tiniurf Itobinsou would full upon tbu floor of hid cull aud njinain in a stujKir for cral which wius beliuved to Iw mused by by ma who has bou sending thu pris his munis Ilia condition led to an investigation and tlie srurrling discovery was nimlo that the prisoner had ilrivon a lipunuy null into his hefui in un utlort to socuro rulief from a prurisuiHj on thu cho urisonir that a Jump hud funned on his brain caused him inueH saiitwiiiu TliKiiail not giving the fle sirml took a wire off which ho inserted in tho hnliiujd twistwl physicians sunnnoiiud and the and thu prisoner ia rioting uf ON rarmuiK No cmuniisrtiOMN rowir pays actual ctwt Mor FIBR AMD ACCID1 INSURANCE OFFICE i Chaifield Building WAS FORCED TO KILL ROUTH Assussln litipllciitts 11 undersoil und May Hob who to the ussiissimitiuii ut had created a sumtatiun at the prolimiimry Burns states tlmt Stihdurrt and Pitt the white d him into their turpentine camp undtr pretense of KivtnB him Wlun he there the men told him they wanted him kill he refused to wheii they told him if hu did nut wnnmit the crime they would kill In order Lu force him iutit submission Ins was held prisoner m u liuiist withuiit fuod or AH of for thedofeuso th this neinu havu been AUDITOR SWEENEY RETIRES Chatfield Ilans ami Spici Heal furnUlKil for publicanil private building Please iiienlioa Tho Jotiraul anil DOBEY Uu public to kiiuw lliut he is an uploilaLe BUILDER u ml their Kstimatfs furnished on appli Work promptly can 623 Broad Guns Pistols Kepairers if Fire i Sporting floods Fisliing ILSO umniiuu Lhe Journal aud lUpublliiin OIHrlul Tninsferrf KeuoriU tu Muy Amlitur Sweeney nunt for Demo cnitic Auditor Uuulter and notitlert him he was ready to turn over the state re iurds and iKissession of the iu the Htatehouse withnut waiting for liv ibt court uf and the transfer was nitule the other Republican liliiialH will do Ukuwisu in the next day or two and that by next week the state house will be utnruivd exclusively by Ouinocratic sttiU luru niui drawn a big yiahtrinK DciiiDcnitic KnnrStls ol VILLA May Rica is not only a twin known as old and but these twin towiw four sets of twin Btunoy TayUr of old lust with girls Chew uf new town with twin Sewcll of new town came twin while following in ilkgiiuiral urder of things Jim Ham ilton uf old fuwn has ndded uirlrt to the iMpulaliuii CUBANS BECOMING Havana Piotesta Aguinat Leun Oeeupiitiou of May The Diaro de la Marinas stays that if foreigners should not be employed by the government tho Wood and others should immediately leave adding During the previous when Cubas ueck was galled by the yoke of Spauish the island had a constitution under which the people enjoyed home rule and under which all the public offices could only be held by native Oa baus or Spanish residents who had re sided a certain length of time iu the No governor general or chief or customs would have dared to violate tho spirit of the constitution by nominating a foreigner to public But thanks to the glorious revolution which freed Ouba from Spains rule there is no con stitution and no law save the aabro ami the latter is Cuban Customs Employes May war de partment has idsued a statement from the divisiou of customs and insular af fairs designed to show that tho number of carpetbaggers iu Cuba has beea over estimated so far as tho customs service of tho island is According to the latest which were those of there were OliS customs of whom 515 were W Spaniards and only 50 ot whom 20 were employed iu Celebrated the Queens May the British consul celebrated tlie queens birthday by giving an ofUuial his guestsincluding Governor General the bishop of Senor the secretary of Seuor president of the su preme the foreign consuls gen present at the time of the aud had ic not been for a suspender buckle another uno would very likely have been but the buckle turued the course of the which otherwise would nxve pieranl thu Bad blood 1ms been existing between these fumilKS for somn as a brother to the nogru killed by shot und killod a brother to Paul several years ami the latter has been to kill surnu of the Coopur fumily ever liWur has We fur piuts WILL POT OUTSTATE TICKET South Canilinu Are Far u r will be submitted to the criticism and The question was ably discnsaed by Dr Therou Cannon of i Waldeu of Leland of South SUer of Mississippi and A strong effort was made to postpone action by referring the matter to a com mittee which should carefully review the invite criticism from jhe pres aud report to the next general Various amendments seek ing to secure this endwere voted i frlirt ill II Kirnl ing onuiui aud the thv mum wor is and is conrfidtrainy in Iu anexplosion place at this in lives wore This caused by tin thuiili of those killed on this meiimon lives from the oxp UMHII about of m the A mmy I tin1nui i weru The imnnuL t iu month of the slut ft This clisastor is tliu tliatIULM curred at this uiul in lw asters about men ami imuiy njii cs report M in Bailers terRS intu rhe uenr bur an siill lulil at bay With iln Lixoption of this piiss is ulcur uf Tliry will aliletohoM tliu position IuiAliiii Attorneys at a Vraotice in all of the Suite inn Collections u havw thu A vote of thanks was tendered the hyinii book committee foritn recoramaiidatiou of the buuday dcnool comuiittee chat the churches ap poiuc a rallying day for uuildrim precipitated a dlscossion on tho words oROOKER EXPLODED A BOMB and whichL were smcken out on themptipnof It was noticeable that tho older mam bers of the assembly expressed their dis approval of the words as an The recommendation that churches observe thu first Sunday in October as a rnivn north May und that thx is mxt lrisua iliaftho ivlicl1 nf WilS illt ID tl biUllliir uf OUC Ofth by which in his phui tit cat Hwre liii iUtif ciHssiiKf Molupnlis ab at in S nil of attcn Itorncy at Arc Miy olK uf thu srnte ininmjr has IHIII dvcii pnsnmably MIU pripisitiou tu blow up from the Hnssinii umbuliuice coqS disgustedwith their ccmilihtamlhfcs renuustoil tho cauir nCLill all the 10 May is stated MudHTithnritythatthu fitatu pro hibition convention which meets here Wednesday will put out oiiididates 1or LovciJior aud liuiirnnaut SeVrul nininw hiive been mentioned for itiulurs of the bat chim tin mimes most iissficiahil thoso Hims sire Gniuiiul Jaimw Hoyt for governor and Sonatur ston for lituleiiauc yuv U U i day of social effort in Sundaysohool e work that a special collection bo nrnukir i u tttlcHufor SuudayscliooU on tliat day lu Attorney at CKOFTS PriKiiEies in all Collections i L j takenfor SuudayscliooU on that day was adopted after considerable at thi ami i 1 o An tho prominent and the heads of ILa the room of the which one uf the interesting finds was thu reiKirt of che intu tin rammis Clmrles tiin The evidouce tukun iw a was result a The committee reported a falling off in Sundayschool with churches having no buucUiy and recommended rhe employ ment of a man whose time shall bo given entirely to this assembly declined to give its sap port to woman The iiueslion of thu secretary s upon wiiich the committee had favora bv was referred batik to the at this point addressed the un der the to accept the in crease of salary from to AT lleport of Publication Hoard and Oltluers of Mav days Sweeney comptroller HUM tiuii has sec Un pnlitiuijins i as it is a direct ul thu After a wintful status that In iuis ilistnvuviu tifei in hi rux luniks Mu tu thu jrovtiniu rit lilhi uf mninv in sti Ilic n i IniTnitiA May ollicial bul in here t riiMy HritUli cavulry caiiip intocul isii with of uu Tie Irtish i 7 Ji wnnnihid and II Tttvntyiivu i InblJc OTY OWENS niiii S to liear hiiit ind son ttndsvaie j ot IDIED AT AGE OF Wus 1iorii In 1 ln IS YEAR ut iln c Matiailvnrs tlie fmui f hBrir iand between Pen iml Lauretis Ul IkV ami superstition SI luul lh losing on 1111 uvir Idlld ami Ti oldest iubabiiiiiir boys a Imico of of tho twin White la a May United States ambassador tu iri being seriously considered by Republican leaders as a vice presi dential His name will be further discussed at a meeting of mem bora of the national committee at Phila delphia ou Saturday neiL CITY Lusted About Five Mlnutea but Did Considerable MOREHEAD May cyclone of great viulenco struck this pluue about U Its approach was unnoticed and h only lasted five min but during that timu it tore planlw from the turned over and broke the musts of the Samuel a ii 3sail was tied to the wharf and tho men who were wharf only daved themdolves by cling 111 ItUiSdboxes of fiah 200 head and Muy presented a jxititiou from Hi ministiMs nf Smith to the seiiiitd nilUiiLr utrtiiiriun to cimdiiiniis in the declaring that neuTu Sourh Carolina Fur correction of petiuiuii asks for to rniiiici nf slates in wlnVi rhe vme is iiulli Ijlvtil in Hie lllili May ballie Kirby is iliml luiv in her ninetyninth On June U she would havu reached heronn hundrirtlh Befuro mar riiLfi siiu was Miss HanisoiM uud lived all her Ufa nciir rhis She was the muthir nf 1 boys and six nf wlium livud tu bumeu and Sinlived to see five genera ry weru devoted wholly tol Publication and probably liie Tluprinciiwl features of thu moruniB niuh session were the annual reports of oln Uuar iliwi and board chargijd wish publication njri reiwrt said that in tlie pust your hius lxeu j AiiKricin tions il Ls uud blood For Sale Cheap A lurthcr May Invustigution nliows n sluntiiKt ll Neolya ueeounts outside uf thu anunint HupiKjsedtobuvu been caktn iu but probably it will not the stiniattid defalcation of KvicUuce is accumulating mminrft Nctly and thtiv will probably U several ioimts against him it he in brought Iur May ninth an nniu cuiiviLitiun i if Suirhin Wholu I is SuriSlUU Piesidiiit ot HielniKinii The assocmtmu WHS wiilciniid t1 Charleston by Mayor Tin1 immediately thu wore crushed to pieces RUSSIA STILL JupUllUSH Ill lirr al M t jLiiy uu iu und farmurs bonded nf aiVui i one of the best in the history of the aggrugato sales for rhe year Is showing an incnaso of oversales of tho preceding In the missionary department the receipts wore Shu deficit in tlrfs department at the beginning of the year was At tho close of tliu year if was This iuerefisu in cho deficit is not due to of ordinary wbicJi wens Lloatcr than hist year by to the enlargement in the work and to a falling off of special IS Work Kayildly Projcrcsfilns on Monl Somury KlrrirU1owur May The greatest water wwer plant of the south and one of the largest in the United States is installed by Che Montgomor Water Power The plan of rhe improvement iri to con struct u dam across the Tallapoosa river at u 4 miliisfrom the famous lul lassio UO miles from und to guiierate horsepowur und transmit the power eluctrically to Mont work ou the plans is now well un der way to aud the con tractors promise chut the iwwer will bo in the city by July 5 s the only in tu fvjw living ljui May j o1 Tliiy i hiivy inHI in ol tlu j lllill il llUS ofIdTlM Uf iiitri j tii th Ii bus d Mlii iiKUiy uf In NtWtM Vjjililll i x i ThuuM mini Ui Jo grand uud MuliI Strung I ilinuiily d iil ill luHh it is Real Estate i tutii lint LTeSHlllUll KUiitr Jllld nl the rinilth in with tain tlui bill ami llmi tin und North other will iroUiii i C M1 tavy of si u thu n u un m two llIIV UU UppVil ID JOHN Architect Builder v fir i Ii in1 UU V UiiimiitK i the Hve town ol 1ays over 10 per cent ml in rfiitii 50 acre rnrin 1 mill lnmioiirt Call 1leuse menilon The Journal aod Heview Magnolia HKSKY 0 lo per Special ly The cuisine ia first euests well cared Convenientlj within easy reach of the liusi epart of the city and the railway Lighted by electricity and equipped throughout with hot water heat in halls and public rooms and fireplaces in bed hlectric irlll JlU 1110 May Miijrpi Mo hu shot and killed Ed Whit and horinnsly wounded Dennis two West Virginia who hud tmicaKed in a row in a has bftn the verdict of the coroners jury beiug self Into the May having his ami shattered by a rille and after ho was chased by Sum Harmonan threw him solf into the surfing Ohattahoocheo river and found dunth in the rather than be and the botSd cold ana dern Good Uvery Omnibus meets all trains trnnsporlation Tor paswn Srs and baggage lu all parts of City Graniteville comfortable Electric Terms lo Teams a perm a jyiirt Rio DB May is as erted that considerable money is lieiug pont bore by agents of tho French aud German jjovorumeats to to be published artidtes against the aud the Koverumwits oH United SlcCormi uounced on tlie Cotton and Produce Ex Failure oJ been on Vurnlilji la KIrod Conmi May Tho north urn prnk liner Grenoble news thut Kassia is coutiuuiuK her aBfcTLrf bions iu Reporta published in Uhiua suite that the Russian WUsbip flred a shot at a Japanese vessel iu Jo rean It is believed Russia will ofter trotips to China Ui help tho which U breaking out afresh iu thu in Will Attend Louisville May The old confederate veterans at the in this will attend the Louis ville reunion1 as the guests of the rail Every one of them has been inj vitod by the Louisville and Nashville und the Plant system to take a trip to the two to provide tlium with a special on which they will go through without In ad dition to tills tho railways will defray all other necessary expenses of the Big Crowd May committee having in charge accommodations for the confederate reunion this city next sveek says there will be at least visitors iu Louisville and that many of theso will bo without acceptable sleep ing quarters unless they wire the com mittee ac ouco requesting that quarters be cuusiiif a loss ol about whuli in fully covered by The rntlim still ID uiii und Imr is Lmiiiiu is i Int I Mny vitrriininan uf tlu thu HL Lies of irattlo in thu uarftrm ihu vhu is mi a Whiten limuiul Suparate very protest is being made by tho oitixeiis uf Montgomery becausa of the fiiilurc of the street railway com innv hen to provide separaw scats in the street airs Imtho use of white ana has H Lu tlin Mtivil Tl is to bij issued to iln of Real OU and Mny it lit FUKNISHEDCOTTAGETO ot the scum l1 ihum buiug hntru IIULTO population and a tu the council U bciiiK uirLulated pmyinx lhat tluwhiles and be arairded Kattury For JLiy charter has jmintod ro thu lAir tif wipical Aiinliiiitkm fur a cMiarter lncn School trustees and niRUriTEES Teachers are here 1 bynbtiBedlhatl have on hand Truswe Keoonls and Teachers Pay by tin Warehouse i May stakes are placed and contmctrf lot fur Lxtunsiun of the railway from Hurdpfvillu to this Work will bugiu at an early nr May of flue quality and in ahumlaiic quantities has boon near here and it iri ex pected quire 11 larjrc will yet be done iu this mineral Commission May sion for a charter hasbeen issuud to the Marion MiUiujr The capital itoek is to bo whisas und Clillilrcn HiimuM to May of Daniel u wore left tit hoinf bv their in Franklin while went visit On her return found only tliu ashes of the honan and bouos of her ulnl drui The children wore from i to 7 vwirs of It is tliu ihmr ciiutfbt flrS anil that thi chililrcii weru too small to extinguish gas niul has Lho nr JOHN lii1 Ml llilX MM a name County f or Ovur Fifty Yearn Winslows Soothing Syrup lia been used for over fifty years by mill ionrf of mothers for their children while with perfect success soothes the softens the gums allays all cures wind and is Che best remedy for It will relieve the poor little sufferer Sold by Druggist in every part of the five Be sure and ask for Soothing anfl take no otaer electric i the to have your lioue low prices by Brill Electric An Kpitlnmi of Chinese In China there Is no Used notnencla the country Itself Is without mid tills lack or distinct and nppulhillous a frequent soutxu of Of personal ini formation from natives there was none ohtninaUlii ou whkb any credence could be A unless l he be a porter cooly or a itirely travels or gets during his life j more than a few miles In nay Ulruc tlou from the place whore he was When trying to procure tlun concerulns the Immediate It was no uncommon thing to have a and even sometimes men of local I bave never been so Car away as I have never been across that bill nod so do j not know what is boyonuYIIarpers ihan I11 Mosliry Mill iiiul I il tin1 iilii iUt oiher hosiery completed in i11 liri ill Foiiniaiu TM IMan six bubvuuss o Jlay fiiini ijd ali iiliiut t Llit ami tb imU miiuis uoilii of hil wus thai a walking m Qniolc dld ted the having severe coiigh ing We had used Iains bough Remedy very success ul croup and tsurned to i6a6thactime and it relieved thVcouffh and complete JOBS proprietor behind in If world that I see tliat man theres one man In this hes the His Partner In thats my husband Mr Verlrash Talker of courserthats why I hate lucky tuik or sriiiLii or on r tiU rIwill iTCe LhtlL Uli ifilliil111 wurrnnf lief It lias never AmeiutiliMiJnd Chamberlains out bat gre and huriqreds IT to the truth of this quick rejicf A trioal storm Rubber 221 Notice of Final wind and eloo Hallettsyillreports acyc farms wept academy at Mftbry ve in bati1 of Aikiii on Mav fur my hs H ultnitiitrtitor of ihe eslale   

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