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   Aiken Journal and Review (Newspaper) - June 6, 1900, Aiken, South Carolina                                LIGON co WOMAN I8UKEADEUOATE MUSICAL INSTRUMENT In rood condition she is and j and sings lifes song on a joyful harmonious string Out of order or there 15 i discordance and Just as there is one key note to all music so there Is one key note to A woman might as wel try to fly without wings as to feel well and look well while the organs that make her a woman are weak or She must be healthy inside or she can1 be healihy There are thousands of women suffering silently an over the Mistaken modesty urgea their While there is nothing more admirable than a modest health is of the first Every other con sideration should give way before Brad fields Female Regulator is a medicine lot womens His thssaiestandqulck estway tocureleu falling of nervous backache and gen era You will be astonished at es pecially if you have been experiment ing with other so called are not asking you to try an uncer Bradfields Rgulatorhasmade happy thousands of What it has done for others H can do for Sold in drug stores a Illustrated HOME AGAJjjfg Far down the line V A window pant Bhtntfl mid the trees through night tnd wlnt Tlie weeds art denio Thrcuili which a tunw Sprawls unc MM not where nor wbe And indistinct Oer rootN ftad tangled with a Nothins V Paly the ttivea And trickling cavrt UBd4 j j i j i NndT strung out with a pinned iJB brought the thing first la Conversational aint ineWsee for Leadersof the Race the In May conference to atudy the at ttie Atlanta rf the Couf TStHt an abso A wtilelo THE BRADHUD REGULATOR A Hunt Tbc the candytuft and mitra Why should 1 wait thti hour is She hu not hinnl me at tlie ilitf roof Tin rain proot Against my lioradn hurrying And whru the old sale w chain blie will ihtnk U but AnJ by tlju lanifi lit window Alii lliufii rtlie tila Ami niul kiilta Within the sliOluwy that Ills On face ho sweetly bud Ilni she b university Tuesday has for bar Throughput Cotton j c The general subject discussed ab the final session What CollegeBred uui a search be in purpoue of finding the 1 H been packed 18 PER CENT and ib A timv cali It the tot LLlCJi i i 1 t J tho subject of this conference The Oaceer oi College Bred Ne ttany Peatuispl Because and Mndoraemeat the wad of he found what he then read The box yna with all its to Fort heaven obDec 8 1S90 and he says he knows get It If you ap Co n 9 de ra tl o n t h e by April waai was u only one of the speakers whose talk dlcutioris Largely lucreased waa devoid of w L Hludmau Elected June days session the United Oon j federate veterans began at 11 BIQCEOWD DISAPPOINTED hng beon delayed an hour waiting for I the report of the com mi The report of the committee to erect monument co tho women of thw cpufea Crop NotwittoBtaiidlns cotton crop reports from about 150 special cor i t possibly get It If you ap throughout the cotton belt good my chiukB IM it tinhirirakH Of aa now tin utd porch hemiuli my Hindu Ami OIIMI The duor uiwi slits nt rny from the her i Iwr uic wtl with in Marperu takes a Hes but he puts his paw right I see that the concepts be forward ed us HOOD aa Respectfully referred to the Thats at Now were getting Fifth Indorseit fully returned the he hes found your stuff and wants au thority to Thats what were especially selected for their fitness for avenues of information centering The replies to tho of instruc tions show various increases iu tho acre age over lost In some places there is no but this U very The cor afl Ui He said thac the negroes of Oakland had been taught that aud a clean and well kept house and table were He said that what he considered one of the most important things he had ac complished in his work among hifl pep Die was thu inculcation of the idea that the pantry waa as necessary as anv other oom the They werelearuing tliaC thoirjBBlvBtioa do on and that ir tney Thousands of Visitors Ln the City to the of March Arranged by the ness Juno to the incessant rain it waa necessary to post pone the big of the nous of veterans and A number of the features arranged for the entertainment of the veterans have been declared and tho rain has cur tailed the success of aud very ma terially The equestrian tournament and the sham battle of Perry which its LW II i utwaVi ILS i lie couiuuv tee recommended that a comuittwee ol one from uocb stato in tho con feddriicy be appointed to raise fuurU for the ion Hindman of IffliSsvilie was elected comnittuduriuchirf ot tuu od Sous Confoiloratu s an abso cure for sick dys bilious and all kind Ad The FlyWheeMf Life Tuft Your Pills are tbe flywheel oflifevNrliall ever be gmtefulfor theactident that brought them to my I feel hada lease of uuitoa of J HAD THRiATENED HER PlllS in some as high as 20 per Ashton Phelps taking the figures out about 18 pur cent increase in QUESTION OF METHOD TrTaunfc Bowens Coutempt For Army Bed fOOD FARM AlIlV TO Croft ft MONEY TO X Ksisy of pay J F1BK AND ACCI1KHT INSURANCE OFFICE i Chatfleld Chatlield ami Sptrjliialion riiniislud for jiuhlir mill uu Thw JouiUttl W DOBEY iHU iipludttlt toknuw BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR iat rnrnishfil on Wurk promptly v 623 Broad Guns Pistols Clancy brought to New York 1roni his home u so cow bliail witli tin unsluikiibli belief Ihttt It was easy uLioiigli to do things If yiiu only Kit dnwii un your four juul Hint his both now ami a great deal uf Hut liiy yit awhilu no uear tho Intruduc iun tu his than tluy wuru thfcu wbeii liud no butter lliiin tit speiul a week of Ills pre ius linn in lliu to a to collet an old ami out 1ntn n viinislilng iwrson liebiriulll of rtuiuu one a nml always they callw lilm nly tllls Ufc lliic uu exprrKiiLi which buve bcei U sluniHil perhaps jut lu a In tliu veg ijliir wint tu thu front In U a itivicr liuiihii of ibi distresses of the In Culm than the one who WbiMi hu In the ilint tho Jinny wus UuLMily iiilTrrhii for fwd whlln wliolu slilpfuls gf stored nmiilmd nt iinchor u miles olT Hie tho young mini wllli ptut up Irrltiulon iieiu up UIllil II scrup of lnvnktust nt bin buardlng tluri was nu the anil nml thtuar of an iHiiilntnnf duwn what KUIII lit to be pHohliiff hny Id a nn to every urn of those by Illl lin up iind till up tht fellows fur llielr country Ull Vuii fuiililnt do or nut If 1 suU1 lllu ivpnHluil the wuiils Hfd tup mvel It till out rrlcil Clancy Tbat was the nuin Is lilt slmpht Tiubrutlier eiime back from tin war nut ft bit the worse for fust Iim or tlie bul tbu cmnw army liftdid brliiK bit iviib of Chincys 1IIII1S fur I0le llm else hul bieii tbe suUIUi1 let lull Information that lur been obliged lo leave bis extra togutber wlib most worldly at the biiiTucUs in talifovnla whim In was or nlpid lo Ib1 lllul regreifiilly vvlsli cd lu had tbiiu of Jutant general aooiethlng or other dc pftrtmunt of requesting au thority to He Just very respectfully returns to tbe quartermas ter up who returns back to aud then be returns It to somebody who tells tbe commanding officer at Leityenwortli tbat he can send you our old imntH If he wants nit he must be sure and send tho pa icrs Clancy sighed Kort Leaven Ob respectfully to tlie quar termaster Cor Ills Information and Want to save the wear and tear ou tbe quartermasters b nil Be cbeuiwr to buy you uew I Hbould say HereH Eleventh Clancy bis brows this la good lie cried It tells the all of Listen Respectfully returned to the au Fort with tbe report tbat under authority indorsed bereon and lu conformity wlththeres a lot of and re quests tbat he has to conform but he made out to pack your things In u theyre Theres more Respectfully returned to Private Wil liam Inviting I guess so Have you gut the WilliamV said 1 been reading Mid then tbe adjutant returns re spucUully to but you dont get und then tbe captain ruiurua respect fully to and you do get thir teenth aud fourteenth and the bus Is oil the though became sar castic Do you circulate a round robin be fore theyll let you put on them he And a few weeks later be had entire ly recovered from the Claucy Howen was Youd orter let me write out about your York Com mercial them of Kire Sporting iooils Rsliing my ineuuon Thejourual and For Sale Cheap AV imililiiiK in Ihf live IOVMI nt Alsu uirti Inrni 1 null Call d ire r House The Journal and Magnolia IIKNKV to P The first and iviiltin cHay roach ol the JUM the city and Hit Lighted tleotri throughout with not halls and publii in bfd uld and all nn lioml Omnibiib nnifo all trains transportation for gers and baggage to all parts of tht Rooms cotnmo dioua and Wood o coal Electric Teams a i mo to pack my stuff in und 1 Smroiid Infuniry rallied off Well all huvu hi do Is to write out lu tho or what you cull wiru xue to send your need of ril fix U up for 1 said Ivi thai wouldnt he quite you and Id better ask my to Hell say to thu cluipa out Then Itll JiH sniffed that I is your captain a guod Mhri Will be up f youd betttilet me Hut tlie otlior interruiited He wouhl do things In the rlyht and It would be VLT In tho he months Nothing was frum Henfcia bur Clancy tried to iniiki his brolher punch up He even wrote a Covered i appeal himself to the man who must have taken away those and sold but the soldier would not let the bo The nearly this ques Cor Clancy ashamed that one of bis have so little hustle In I tell you Its do anything but wait said the brother lu his stu linn And last week he was proved A red bine In In Natal flre still continues to be one of winters After months of drought plantations become much nud should by Chance any field take tiro and a hot wtnd be blowing tlio dovustatlou wrought Is widespread If not me iUhck Monday nearly ago will long bu memorable tor thu de struction wroaked through two couii by the ruthless lire flru UualtH of trees or bnro spaces conibin with vigilance In suppression have reutly lessoned the risks of couHagra but the dangers oC grass urea will long be a menace to tree planter piistorallst iu the upper Natal 1ms boon described as a vast Us hills are clothed from Toot 10 brow with crisp ami waving The latter ofteu overtops a mans head From the earliest record ed tiims It has been the and a barbarous fashion It to burn these luxuriant pastures consideration which tobe done in i Mississippi and and eTpcdallym Texas In the latter dtato Che weather conditions have been pae nomaually und despite the increased acreage the outlook consid erable sections of cotton lands being abandoned for this season as a result or the storm and greatly cutting down we initial increase in The nights have beun cool which has retarded tho and wlma tho cotton belc on the whme rupons cood the plane is with good good goiienil rusalts be looked In Louisiana HUL ftjCOuditioiiH aro generally pretty vfrch much Uow whetlior the weatliur will suit tlie different some of wmcu need warm ilry whilo others need the rams that aro tailing pretty eenerallv the past two ur throe The southeastern states appear to bavo had the best iseasou so far rhnugli tbo nights have reuudiug The use of coiuiueroial terti has boeu very lftrPu U1 tbls iir5 as compared with last but tho increase in the acreage has not oeen as largo as tht increased sale of ers would seemto indicate a month There has been a very general complwnt of scarcity of This es pecially marked in the explains in part thr heavy in crease in lo a Iwser ex tent Mabania and Mississippi have also Buffered from lack of tho negroeB being attracted to the lumber camps and mills by liigU wages that tho lumber industry offers Thfa large salad of fertilizers are partly explained by the close margin tanners allowed themselves Inu high price paid by the oil mills drew hoavilv ou the seed supplv and while thu supply WHS abundant tur planting and u was not avauabie lor fertilizing to any great Ibure was any shortage as 10 gnrrteri There does not apiwur tolmvebeeu any down m ttcruagti of crops than Lorn and other crops are as last year us regards larger it hri most heulthy sign of the general prosperity of the southern tanner has been the big purchases of farm Despite high fine horses and mules have been bought very the farmers looking upon thus expenditure as thu best permanent in vestment of their profits of lusc Thev cot rid of their old worn out witb ftrstelftss would succeed well as an President George Sales of the Atlanta Baptise college made au address on Whac the College Bred May Do In He advocated Negro college he mustkeep in touch and sympathy with the lowliest of their If from hia college training he gains a contempt for labor he is a Ho must appreci ate the dignity of President Menorve of Shaw uni spoke on the college bred uegro as a social Ho said that both in the north and not be given at all because tioii of the ground at the Jockey where it was intended that they should VifMtl The attendance at the convention was lareer than at any previous uot Trithstandiiig the fact that the ram if coming dowu heavier than on any former The convention was callm to order at 10 oclock by General Resolutions raddell Kxjwciccl io I Jo When She Uctunied June who murdered Immodiately after fiikil she droppeil tj ami Im Foestus the husbandjof murderod is h pliue of A citizenof this town of Caddell a few days doll holding his wife nor was boating her with Caddell told some of her fiwndi days ago that Gadclell and woman had cbmuonud to kill heforc leaving fur Caildnlls house U13MJKHSON Attorneys at Practice in all of the State and a nu LFUOU uijuti south the trend of popular feeling was strongly against the educated He advised tho negroes to make friends ot the IKJSC whito people of the said what the uegro getn must come to him through the toleration of the white people of the OPPOSITION IN RANKS Object to Kroposed Coiifedcrute Mouu miiiita In National May the Ot CtirGlJLQtliPS lllCJlClGllt tu Lliy vfc the graves the union and confederate dead in the National cemetery at Ger mautuwu it developed that in certain Grand Army cirolen opiwsitiou has ap peared to the erection of a monument to the confedcnvw dead in tnafi cemetery by thu Daughters of the Oolouel Thomas OK Sample of a commanclor of the aur iiPhw oration couueotiou with the coraniniiics under the auspices of Ellis Post i said Wu have buriod all our sectional We forgot all sectionalism at the close the while I navu no olruutiou to our brothers in the south raising mauuuiuuW to their ad of course they have a right co I must raiao my voice in pretest against their enjctiiiK any monument to any ouo who fiught tbe flag any national uuuiuttry in the port of the taken up aeoLion by section OH Establishment of a military park at Commanding general authorised to uppoint brigadier generabi m Texas to command divisions under tho next re f Reooniniendafciou for mcreaso ot war Tho war between the aud confederates be called the wu1 tweeu the Only such hwtrtrical text books smil be used in the public schools as tAiofuM accounts of thu war lair tu boU and Indorsomeut of the Winnie Davij school of history iu the female Lullege at t i i The thanks of the veterans be extwuduii to Hugh Lewis for his curM of ooiUudxjr of a na siui IN g the ostabiwnniBut t at Thanks extended to Wiliiuin for his care of sraves Camp Thanking Ooufudttrute assooiation ot Chicago for cure of coufeduratu ludorsenioct of tho plan to u pecteil tu be HELD PRISONER Young Ltulys Konrlul KJciwrlinci al NIAGARA June Vlw enco Ireuo a young lady Ar Galhouu rtee all uight long Thursday srrvution tof 300 fuet atovu tho During hur imprisutimonCu Hevern slurm mvvailod ami the raiu fell in During the afteruoou Miss Leouunl into the tower uiul luter in Lho evening the of thu lorKutriiiKHhc was the ami wuiit Uonard a until inuvn when tusuiwriuUMiditnl utunuil to 11ml hur nearly ditul tu thu storm and THOMAS WAS FOUNDCUILTY j tioo given K T tORGA ftt eui LUii ill nil tho laUMUkmfEiVLn to L Attorney at in all Collnctlons Public SAAVYKR OWENS the women ot done b a conmntt monument the work tu OUQ from eauL srato 10 be appointed u Commaudur lu Was Do in ourls was DIRECTED Liven ut Kuduiiaered by May American circles it is said the interests iu the disturbed dis It is AMERICANSSTORMED Crew Battle goou wliltewash is made by put ting a piece of lime weighing about five puiimls i Kninite pau or Iuur on It a gallon of allow It to bull and slack until the steaming Is over then take from this two quarts r of tbe liquid put It In a wooden or granite bucket aud add sutBusuiit water to make It rather Add a small amount of pure Indigo sutllckiit to give U proper color add a tea spoonful of salt aud half a teaspoonfu of lumpblacfc stir If you wish It add one of the colorlnp which can be purchased at any drug stating that It is to be used with Cnrloittlei of the To those who have never considered Urn subject It might appear that each htter Is of equal importance in tlie for mation of but the relative pro portions required In the English lan cuaire are these So 10 30 d ISO t 25 17 W SO 4 k 31 10 SO 17 5 80 00 34 12 20 x J v z Itla this knowledge of how frequent y one letter Is used comparedwith oth ers that enables cryptogram readers to unravel Urluuscrl Its Iloinlnriib NKW June private letter from Porto Bays that Allen captain of the American auuustiil with wrongfully stealing BoM doss at Tras was put into prison without waiting to ask aiwistiiuoo of thn American broke jail and rescued him aboard the The ymht cmda for btnla where thn uommnudiuit was informed ot the occurrence and put out in a otrnc w retake The cuunnandanc anri hU soldiers were warned off by cm Tho Amoricuiis on yacht then OTrfined fire wifh rifles and two Hnmlnras pnltliers were killed and tluvu The yacht then to and subse quent events aro SHIP ATTACKED BY Upon In chietiy cOHceruwd triuts of Cliina are pointed out that several important Amer iuau mission with women amouKitkeuiembuW of their are at ouu of the missions re ported to be cut j There are four Americans in tne aib trice ut prasunt threatened by the Box ers around Besides are several who are not Ottcirjfo prosidmg elAer of thu was out of Poking and at uuu of the two adjacent stations at thu time of the recent Piiking are UU American mis while at Tien Tsin there are 11 and at Tanglu 8YEAROLD BOYS Hrother and Sliiter fcVoni or grateful tlnuaks to the riti zous of Louisville fur 5ha huspitaiity dhowu the nuiiibors of the That the cjufedorate veterans rocog uiae witli appreciation the languagH General SiuWus at the rwieut reuuiou of tLe Army ot the Potomac lit and reciprocated tho feeling That the reiunoJi of Uniou or onfed emt by lu lulu but m in recognition cTvalorof That u copv of these ruailatiuns be torwarded co thu Socitry of the Army ot tho I u tomac n i v the voto wus culUd tncre this ressoiii thu I his onjssixiuiiinuiion WhipiKir wuviiy uvrJul Tin liitVnsi man was tnuml gu tu lianpl Ilve Klllitl Klve I Tin Ti ami inu t all ilt uinl nn Uirhhim between Pen Ililil IUilFLMliJ 101 General Gordon tious but resubmictud ihu qucsiion BurKyid c x who presented the stroujr urgi of North L killed will d IllltUli and live Hunk IwllV Wili IS Uu Ihn Nu lloi Thr1 Iltlpilj i I1 Jl D K N T I S T tiunal was li purled Urnt hy iiuu in ciirr ui itr It May children were from a burning house on this truck farm of Steer Bicksloe by choir hycorolcl driven out by tio left mother and a baby 1 carrying the baby and ft lamp IVLI on a the lamp set tini tin to thu The sat urated wich oil from the burned nuniv and the boy realizing thac the house was doomed oad a brother and a sister who were intent on rushing tbe lire to the Iheu ho rutiirnud fur tho whose arms cljisped the But her weight was at for his littlu arms und as tho s were closing in ou him ho gave ft despairing a thu doomed aud heart to a of tho adoption of tbu announced Una lie was opposed tu tlw rosolucioii that it bu voced He said I want no with thost Jlor Gnds dont accept anything from union sol Vntu it my vote it Wild cheers Ihis sjxvcli nml on a votft the wuiit through with a Cjenerul Kentucky ninvwl to A motion wiismiido to ta It wrw earned with a roar of Lynn alone voted Line of The principal point of interest the line of march as laid out id at Uio corner of Fifth and whoro the beautital white aich erected in honor of ihe uoufodenvto vi craus and the which OFFSET TO to South Curo Pupcm idCniil Vuhn Mint loii bav Ilin imiinl in tlh ar with agy Hint Thu jiupifs niv claims niivt f I Real Estate i tu the it1 s th nil huvt bicii in Iliiinin and a too lust School Trustees and TKEti ami Teucliera are liere n tiBeil that 1 have on hand a ad For Over Fifty Yeiirn Winslows Soothing Syrup 1m been used for over fifty years by mil of mothers for their clnldre while perfect success U soothes the softens Uie gums allays all cures wind and is the best remedy for U will relieve the poor little sufferer Sold by Druggist m every part of the Twenty flye cents a Be sure and for Wlnalows Soothing and take DO other MeruliuulMiiin Set YtingTse Juno thu first time in yours a buftu steamer been attacked on the Vang Tsu rivnr by pi The American named drove thorn The attack place ac tho junction of thu Great cauiil rom Tien This indictitfis that movement around PclniiK is nuh but reflective people realise here is 110 danger for tho cminimnuy hoeause tbe Bosera are not The only clanger is to property and iso lated foreigners in In tbe June industrial as prnparcd a prcignini of hearings to be held this month when i in regard to hor ciouliuro and jruueml labor conditions at the south and other cumlitiuns will be Will In interuft tioual executive wmimittcu thu Pan American Jlodical congiuss ainiouncei thuc the uexc triennial meeting of thai body will be held in 2S Concealed electric work is the only wny to have your bouse AL low prices by Brill Electric Killed May having John comuuuidinK fuderate and his suii will comt Chief Mnrslun and his The flrsc diviwun of parade wul consist of chb army of northern The Noah Oarolimidiviriiuu wi th and a festival in a vacuuic house about u mile belmv town John Chapman wna ahos and instantly A row started beswocii the in which a Urgu por to uf the orowd rook gQctioil of parade IJGOII Virginia di the District of ami ie South Carolina ami West Virginia anknown mid mi ilu lnhn lli JOHN ArcMtect Baler mans slayer and two iugroes oC Chaniiiuu when he was lau ball entered thu producing instant consider it not only a pleasure buc a duty I owe to my neighbors to tell wonderful cure eUecwd in my by Dim timely use or Chamber Iains Colio Olnileraand Diarrhoea I was taken very bam j with Oux anil procured a bottle ot this A few of It effeoteU cure I recommending1 it to ocuers annun fi from that dreadful i row renieily NEW May Justice An in the supreme has dis solved tlio sweeping injunction against thu Ciffirniakora union which pro hibited thu payment by membora of the uuion strike beuetiw and maile it uu luwfu1 to contribute to the support ol strikHrs1 families when the head of tho house is out nt Bryan liuliMtiCci by May re tunid from chu democratic which havb been held in 17 of the counties in show that un less a change of front occurn before June 5 thu day for the state the delegates in favor of a Bryan in rnicted dakfiatiou will control that bodv Within the next five years Missouri will BUirile tbe prophesies State Geologist ID a recent the great amount a cobalt aud coal mined in the Missouri Is rich iu these the or any state iu the SOCtlOll ui m1 nt the con erierato uumnuindodlby Urn eral W Hilniui them will bo tho six divisions of this department con SSiing tho frnm Oklahomo and those from thu i Uu ttiis eiitirf is Hilul rlidiii TRUST DEED HAS BHEN FILED Aiiantn Mini r0m Iiiuiy to Maiu MM Real OU and HHi FURNISHED COTTAGETO OltiC till piny to uu Jiiil JOHN comeVtho of the imiitis of lm will IH trroupuil to ilupart and tlm sjiuii Born uul mawls of huiinr coun tlu laitj visitors and other also iu The army ot thu of by Uihind a Flax The best tiux story is now reported from western Walsh county where a farmer raised 2500 bushels of fias from 100 ot a farm and is still selling It at home at a bushel OEYeeoY A crpp off a farm is pretty swift man Giiuural Uu will cmiie thu which will bo in turn by thedivisiuuaof Louisiana and BriiiuniiK up tbe rear of the army of Uiiited Vetenius imrc of the parwiu w be theKentucky division the home has t Look at the label on your paper and if you are behind please pay ahead without waiting1 wty and ii ro and city ui AIILHIUU Miii thV Tlu Il iMfrlltKiriil ou this ilivd uf trust willbf piiyiilKin ttiiil will bf thus obtainid will bo in imiirovemeiitii iu the railway tys and it iinaiis tliat hiivu an fkctrktnr Mirvio by any in DEATH OF Rubber to re ceive our r 221 Campbell Vuie North XSH v i May n ra widow uf id Xeilsou wus 1i of tliH county and about 74 of She was a sistur of the Into Soimtor Vance and tljt latoGJuonil Tho surviving are Ilamuili JIala of this fity and Price of J f REAL   

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