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Aiken Journal and Review (Newspaper) - June 27, 1900, Aiken, South Carolina STATE COUNTY AKD CITY 7 I Safety Boxes to Bent BY TH Correspondence Journal Correspondence Journal and Review has as he cosely the pr believeit is general Prevention better than Tutts Liver Pills will not only but if taken in time will prevent Sick torpid liver and kindred Report From Shanghaf TUTTS Liver PILLS Ij50o Were Slain and Coh ABSOLUTELY sulates BATTLE IS STILL Arc ITHin 40lminrl Sultl to Bo Hurrying Uelnforoc to tlio of Amor GOOD FARM TD Croft fnuu eiri buvi been Juno 623 Broad Guns Pistols KwpiiiruM of Kire Sportinir loads Mslmig wLo Tlw ami For Sale Cheap A ooit is r that Tien patch from Tien nHin iJ bombarded by Uu llot by Llie SCiBINET ortant Developments In CMnese Affairs VISITS llarvesiing Lord SalUbury Goes to Windsor Im mediately Aftur the Cabinet From Slmntjhut Caused Gruve June tho house of commorce today under seorotary of state for foreign un nouucud chut figUtlag occurred afc Tien Tsiu June and that reinforcements were Admiral ho hoped that Tien Tain would bd relieved lout replying to a the foreign office had no uewd and the yield has beeo very and 11 ftinneia hare uint whtaiiind nuw the rise in Hour will niVerrt them only thing for runners lo ilu is in rniseall liis lioine supplies niul Llmli 1ft run afloril In much cotton as liu cun tiitd ovtrand above Urn nlli er Torn is limklntf very well anil lliere will lie a great deal maila from iirerieiiL Cut ton is Pinnll mid very prnssy on account of the excisslvu niins in tlio past Kuriners are mary lly the y Interesting and exciting I the passengers on board on train and still they 10 sow The peas extfiisivily fur hay nrop is one of tin main industries in lit In iiinr issnt nf Mny the 2Hrd ymir fnm Xorlh Augusta ar rwcntyOrie Amcrloain Uon sucnstury of Hus iu this tho iol from Jho laid wy Tidii Tain Uxumrd infers from liurt weru arc iu V ImiUiiiiK in in ii ul ir Id iut 1 tink that only ThuiIiu hiivu nuuueivd by tho unioiiK them nuLiiy from Piiking or Vice Admiral Ho added that news by Juno from Tien arriving at Taka Juno announced that several attacks anil been mado and Continuing Broderick said that on June 11 the Utu iiesG sbollod the foreign settlement mm tho Chinese military college was urtfrckud by ft mixed force of ISO Brit Gurmans and do stroyed thy guns and burned tho which contained a wrisidun Btorlj of and killed itfl de June Salisbury presided thin morning at a meeting of thu cabinet sptjuiiuly summoned to cou sider far Important will bo thi oucoruu of the usLord Sallsbury proceoded ro Tho to fato of rhe Eumiwaiw llt r Tien Ism have been slmrpomid by Admmil lujmptl A sii ys Spenking oIMiIiools It La be ilnit XorLh Aiifiisla will giti iHxti Our luxe lllltl amount to a inm school us is alwiiys promptly paid nir yel we are compelled to 1nr our little ones the samel na Ymir onrrcapomtunr thought that would make haste and climb up be secure a seal on Che cuppling but a fellow ciirouto to Hie Au ditors station to ttaa look up thu whole pole thatAiken county oaut afford colls ennngh tu run against old If it not for facing the Audi tors Great Suott about the Omirl liousa some dark K would sure tackle the original if on Cicero of South Carolina but he catues the happiest class r or nejrroe ement com wltli mun The coming of tiie fruit sea son supplies in a very large measure their temporal and there is no doubt in mind that many of ly for experience but King Ou like the ualebratpd Maud is hard to beat on Llie home H it wnuld be leave the though w ilium uver to Hie city which an frte tu till who pay their of an for Lhu school from thu nuunly but was of no ben efit lu thu us they hud to oh and race ugainst some fallow wlio Imsirt any running rec IMie dear old Master candi due on of this species of the hifuTan family are peculiar to the While and blackberries were found on the plantation of John Mark sumcienlforall to geta ruasonable there were only three small peach trees ready to furnish tho Inner man with a little tasteof this luscious bub without permission from and under the cuvcr of it is presumed that one or more of the members of the black invaded is priviitc domain and actually strip ped forbidden tree of all its Editor did yon ever iieur the story df Tat and the widows pig If mt 1 will relate it Once upon a time Pat stole a pig from Widow Iferteriite war colonel of tho 1st South Carolina KOR and of Ms opRK Rousesaid hecmilil ncnts had tfivenliim modalfroin y tothe educational hat itis no crinnefor a to diiiy a 1 KO where would bu thu for u young man s Floyd replied had had the Otlice prior to his admm istration and he had found in conluhiouibut the militia is ready to uphold the of South U speech before the cuiuinittce miiitiii whioli had inducedthai an increase in the appropriation from w KOH OOMMISSI crime to a school teachers Bcatetba ntgro liirrivUthia water by sayiur thut proTidius for tlio wanted Ha for the railroad commUsUmer aspl witli in is witter and knows wlial Columbia wutor rvplieil tiiliilmau that pure in Ji pure than U wAtwr the Uitt rani Mr had ted that I secure a seatup ami in the confessional the story WHS uE C rriw Jowruul and ported thin tho bombiLrnmuut Tsiu with larsu KUIW The burmd mid can uousulutt has boon y rc Tun aim wua uoiuiccniiut of the btnubiinbnunt aua the razutl to this Magnolia I cuisiiu is 1 ianil avu nad ImMii inionimunts arc Tu to y he nulruul way Lo aud Llie i nnvtinieutly riiyand tin rnilwaj lri1 and ronms linplmfs inbfd hoi android nod Livtry irain and I state de from W u tit V1 No utv ul nv t pmtirt tin town tlu of utuk on the oiuiyuitf Id Those pay luisiuii ftu tho appropri ation was made and paid to 1rof She Uie principal ofthb Xorlh Au gust n snhunl and the tnirluii to of school wus one dollar per per ami to new res IJynrs nf the tu ition waslwu dollars pir month ier Nnw at one didlar per month tnxi the tongue secondclass Happy iiUa this and its likely nearly the whole business will be tdnffue ere Imdly coated ones with bit ter Ubtes tp irhiuight one time that lie would ilelljfht in a by the coach but on looking up there he saw Uan lawyer like with both over tin dtvshbnard1 and to both while friend Gruiiim was trying to do no Knw if thesa bl rs it the patrons prefer simi thuirchildrtu Llmfiinr iniinllfti free term frin and pny per montti for live nst as lluv chose in I Lha same room there for poor can atlord lo t reckon with ami kick the tea in told to his TUerLMipon the priest proceeded to lecture him aud among other how nruyou jiiinff to face that pig aJ Widow Smilh in the great judgment Vat who had been Rreatly in stantly brightened uji and saitl Vuith and your honor ijays Wddw Smith winilil be the pmst dul yunr honor the wutild be thisruV llltf Wl bti tlllire andyuu to faciboth of Iiit i will fay here is your dorsedby hiscomity for tlll pensuy uiid had iloiiu all he could lor is to our interest the iail the people havetlieir Kvans said that be had a no but habefti tried in Uo in fiivrtrof letting eauhOouuty faithful to VMll V It J ft f W I he had been j it and had ao yotudin tisdufy in bis term us coin Constitution thing 1V but loetl his board All juiuC jical had been reduced Ithad re e uired excess for fares Lhu rale on ho WM llcenso under the Hgbtinff ft restoration of bar riloan ht that he limiting think Uie mattir for iMiiiplaint belly anil help alonj things wi no man m topher Culumhiid has iu iirulmiit Chrls any Granitevilie JL diuiis Hiil KliHtrii I in inlit viry I mm rl UKN lIN a lnun rcv from China saying tluir AdmUul aud tlin c IVliinK iia wiru uitmiruud all iib iluiv to bo havo l has rhu The inlit will nany tliu Indian miups tu Thu iind Fi will wiu Sumuy thu unth Attorneys ul of lln State iini ioiid a Attorneys at S C pnietire in fill ruuriof flponal aUcn tioii lo aaVTho thac thu shv bring W froi ATTACK BY LAND AND SEA am not a patron of the sclmnl nor am 1 in any eunnected with bnl those lire fan ami I wish lu rors 1u have a all llie year the trusts lo abandon a good hnnse and twn acres nf ground uf its own and nsu a huiiiand lot Lu usiihMils nf Auuiisla and by uLuaril uf InuMies ap lininlid by the rwideiils uf j Nnrti arc unwillir ml In the catcher of the mun dare mount the liainl wagon If pusaengers will vow bo abstain from spilling robuc it co juice mid peiuler shellsupon his re Tlu pastnr of lliiuky Springs church mi his hut appointment a strong soul stirring UuplUl Hid ellurt was MI nil a nne that the times Buw few iiieinl who and uimsumLS pennhea from a forbidden tree will not be in as good II x as Iat expects to for be able lo Among the many tliaoussod bymir the 1ruhlbiliou jues tion in occupies a very true whole lnarted ill is tJIK STAllf Jennings spoke who was charftcler aud the 1 A Farmer more can can be made tu out of Uie Tlutt Nut ani hue been mado tu In1 said that the i who charges that the railroad commis sion is owned body and suul by tho j ljvvtys railroads in j In regards to the Laureiis mill i a few such besatd that Wariiey lJvau iui a wrong intiTpretaUpn Tini but is sliy took nllowrd him to do of But the present and wlueh is srivni Laurena dulegaLum has bum the and wniill in troduce a bill lo ia IllJI iirtiuker bfs U aa out nfthechurch today intelligent reason for oT the NinUi Lniiod States lufimtry Ordered Lo ustructimi thu foreign in spite of Shnughiu s that tho used 40 m werenuwsa dmro is no to conclude that the iorcifju colony has been unable to jvotoct Shanghai dispatch that lien in was bombarded for two days tbac J cosnaltloa lOO that B 000 mwr uatiumil troops uro aud that now chat the allied commanders ap gl VLL HI Mliiiul is iluaied the nut iveii iu l lif III minister 1liN frhool house Mthe uf Nnrlli Au Mitnntid be Cent ami loyal lu will call to In yuur inm iiLteiitiou Lo auntlier irmr ul U might enuse Lrulllile dur lumoriible buanl d cimimi npii llL sll10111 and u ol rt nf the gospel mure iioiuierii who will gel proitibiticn platform M a ciindidale for tin Mouse of Represen Urn we not UmLum iu our livesu many irne ami brave who ill uniiunut chaiii piun of a Ilinsi1 ileimuu uf every lover of mibriely ami true religion If ever wus a limn when gnml iiieii ami Mrmig unii were Che thit gi uiukr any people ever it must be Alhiw me to nnk agvin AH iiftfii pruptuiiulfd lij ni her who will an but tlury liiwyurm Lhrir Thft have lit called jtt Lii a uuinbir railniad ngu ItLiiuiis which work hardships lie liad kijowii 1 M be dumped uu wltli no iiirMtnod on Ihi siilu trank Vor three nr uri that liuiijnible man he Lhc ami hm alloww IKuti biinKi yinr nfwr had been agalN i runuiu wliivh In reitlli he wants to get 1 Ihe work in lu Uarnvrcll oou bo uthoiShunghiii dispatch announce that till the laombers of the toraign com m LL voters weiv n very tint cants fur not alln rum tin were ur funr appli lo 11C bra the luw did his bunks awny IMI and Unit nil munity of Pui Tu Ho have arr ut tho Sashvil luft all their possessions behind Ch Foo on board tho Sashvil but tiioy th per lslii1 llmisu the days ful other dispatch from Shanghai says five Ohineso wurshipa Woo o uud Aecov ing to the latest from 0 thero is uxoiuiiiumt m buaiusn of iippeamnce off llocus tie au Inlet near Ha uf rt tirpodo as AUonuy at Will practice In all Cnnrls 01 this IromptatUntion Attorney at AlKKN s in all und suihng The cmft nre uruiod and uirry alHX uiidor wnniimnd of GeiienJ The revoluliunists oiilr Irpnps lu tjuiunil Urlw hiw reportod nt rficTS Dunm should oiipltue Banm quilliu Uiwurvcll Culls on Tauo Gorornor KiosevclrUft Oyster hay 1 the ulyht at tho Union wnir club ho wcut with jCiifinil 10 iivii IT in i j British armored uruistsr Uuduuntiid visited rho coinmuuder uud demanded mi iwamance time the ships wen under orders to act fiinii use any Boxer Tbu snpuriiitMidout of forolgn telc jrruins lias suircod fur Ohee Too to or a service theiicu to IU ulderntood that news Uiwbcen received from Uio British commissioner in Chiuoso wnters outhe ot tuu heuvv diinuipu donu to tho wii ccBsion at Ticu Tain aud tho in forulgn It 1ms not yet beuu luis sont orders to and to bold de aclunentH uf nituWG urtillury and mtan try in lustunt forservice in it ifbut Li HungOhamrs that he who dtsired llilllllt Aiktll lirst Monday uul two niurt The SrliulU 1 Club met uud rlicUd I Li 1 I J I I I 1 Ttri l U I Mi t I i n 11 IrihiiUMit 1 Cnnuty Wu lire trying lo ari cultural thuru will he a Vice ami ttarlHSft bibbial WllLll Hie InIKMlfltioilH Ul diirMiid ruligions are lieiuMlailyundiMminiMlby is it nut U who tim ul the noble parent of moral and who safely slumber in Chriitinn should turn their thu dear uhnrnh und and its bopefnl to follow in the nnuertain fucit steps nfitrange I wiis wan Arthur Weeks 1U bushels of The this plan ll The just large Hers one loai on the p hmr ILlLlI Inid nliuwed the s tlie iiiikin of the for1 until cd i fund Urvukcr Attorney MA Wliitl 1 had an inle were unfair lu the Kviins said UiVy had I the of a mini who Ulnin six llnhail many farnnrshuy a CHI load of liricks luivii nut nol uhurged a iid been Urr of Crieu He rwiul 1un of Viun uml Wiiy an reliably informid that of Olear an ovation at lo I he bulk of lnilny was vidently inflymimlhy with lllir to make it Ilency of satisfy tlm inner deporlnient of all Uwuiild bewill fur all the tin agricultural oine Ilie Bue will Xorlb of In liiij him a nice residence built in AiigiisUijiml wili ineiUbur ul the firm ul Arnugltii IMB K TouJe An uuthinir woiiKl to mar The Has come wilh more dread tbt Uis nip ami lull Governor y pursonally How i ii j in Kaih urtlHMtandidatiS respectful ly likened to and Mmre wero no startling miLilovLriioi grew eloquent KUiei Jaspir Talbert wu buthaving uu did not nn Hi had Kviitirt will hei LiilL ihe i hy men MKi wilh lit a let from wcii iilhtMigimrant or innler l attack nturij PTtrjt midiior of the ritftle and reat nrfiiniur so Miill he ran tn itijnt of t ba un I lie n Inii piiMivd iio IIr Hi1 found where but jsnn had been U Inoks as if lipul in a storm at ffarnwH otl sliDrlago of he ner will ESV ila forward t All of Mils becausi fcen fail in prove MORE TROOP An Will Be Sent e wen think he will add very him ii tu inounujT Ohiilnnnu lltL rho tno made a KU is fnst There 7 Inttt Will praclifi i ll11 lhl IL thnn an Pxclninpo ot lie smitor uud the u It 1 June 2iTho Worlds Womens Christian Tompciasico uulon couviMifioa under tbu lceidoucv of atovuiis of Wno Lody Honry Somerset prosulwl Among tlu lorlon nee Miss llln of is mil KIOMI the visilir in AiUen in om from Ouina boforo the Diisetiutf WILS a telogiain to the swrotury of tho mivy giving tho movomunc of Kils in Chineso Time the president and f the cabinet regarded the situation u Ubiuft iw extremely critical is tbofaut that tho vrottuiinary propara tioiiK are being made to soud forward idditioual tnwpa in ease rf teUKium was sont to Gcnoral Mac Manilii asking him bow luvgc can should it become to semi them to Mtrio Will Juuo A verdict of tbo late TillmiLii bouii ru en rued by siiiptj Piorco was a wealthy citiAeu who diod a uumbor of vuirs igo Hw wiis inarritiil twice and in hiswiU luft all his property to bis ehiMrn mid mmo to rhn surviving sec Iliutt has tlian Vuiing America u lriihff ji man am thronjrhoiit Ibis Snuill 1 slmulJ but clean and well c and the gardens are culler U with ai nliack of he is suf uringagreaCdealwiLh ibis dU AM KKVIKW In reat Diainouu1 s ii rich bn full when Ui i Ln 1 niltls throligil we will Hlioanl und riilu to the pW nil the happier Mr II n lung defiiTi let usstariin Klalte i ut cho afternoon OJllce on Rlcliland between Pen dlcton and Laurens Over The IVuplts spectators lhodu Waurl ami ot and bncldou Will Siill Juno Ludingtoii hue received a When the will LMntustisil The Hiii in tho cuurts a number ut yearn Cruiiled In livery June tir iKiuiriu i Numr of is prubably from Colonel qmirtorI WU1111U1 Xorth Carulhm who muster at Haying that the tnms ot having been which had been uuavoul uw JIL Ulkull bv ii I I i nf 0 Shf 102 Mtrurters felore rtuf tin yuiig member e linn Liunthc i tin unique nt Ihe iKlp Llu if Uie the otliur i the bij ny political revival to d hail an experiinee LMienjJire cau idatesttiitl nearly every metaing be ins at H So llio eiierallyconlinuKS until t or1 o chmk The or afurnonu minor bien kickin the nf rotation kavwafUr UK or liovirnnr hnvu quit the present of rotation or ltlinK intone and the did not didnt want i me iho minor tuisiliuu he I re with him a plare ON tblv dcuiinod by the tho J ii T in Sinn Tritil Juuo to the ubsonco of Kin relatives bo wits vJiysi callv uiiabloto upnoar in tho ox funiiiinie trial of James Dudley charged Pmerwhile thofittorwiuvixiyinfca pastoral coll on Mij uutil July VorOvcr in oveF Hfty yonrs hy j for Ihnir mill lOllrt perfetil softens the gu best remedy for aulutl June Iflforfaan aud the transport which Had beau ordered south by the maior geu ral would sail iiom Ma lila for Sau Francisco July No mentiou was made of the traus port but it is supposed she win M ready to stare from Manila Juuu 4 with the Kiuth infantry for afl proviomily predicted by General Concealed electric work is the only wav to have yoiiV house At low prices by Brill consider it not only a pleasure but tho best of and can talk of people and families long Sho was born aud wbiiLn of can bu a morning after eleu lti lVBUiriuJuyor liniit wauled ifie matter left to oountyiihuiriiien U linally Iillinans 10 inhernalorial nindidatis last was derided lu lima lh camiiaigiKrs to leu minute The r were HmiUd tu thirty TiiLUisnii Lhat cunldut say in lnda niieil with pray Mr Biuce ul raided iu wbero p u mills now MH likely a be band two UllC 4 P 4 will I i ntrtly Old bV L T i VjU I I riuuty I owe to my neighbors to tell cure1 in in3 the timely nse of Chunibcr s Cholera Ilftld Without OiilU Jono The preliminary IriiU of Lillian Gard ner for the murder of Mamie Oad aud Vtsstiui Caddel as aunpcom was held before Jmlge Tlioy made uo but a plea oC iusauicy was put Ln for Judge PiAtt rouiauded them to jail without n S charter hJ beau obuuuod uid a zed with ft capital o an light IPtajiJiinila Mthir U I 11L imply f ur Mr MiiMuhan the lie said thai he had with campaign Diarrhoea i Was very badl with flux arid procured bottle of A few doses of ic ejected a ptmaiient it from dreadfuPd remedy s Mountutnrt Xrw Juue The Krst Naaoual bauk of Kiugs lloou tain bos been orgauized with of baut to be nieana Kings Mpi which Marderert In a eral Aoyn W two Go ran aud William had a diffi would It in Wils not in this ulliee for nr to hold but to do lllrf oppoiuMit was hint cap always Ulkeii freely Imd thought he was not iJuuU be saw luiriim utniuiKsiijii oi inn Vj brigade in day ami the riotnnuindcrt I true aJignnmul in And thn intl if HIP iniincdiRtely for it of th mimrlnMri that t on the believe regimen iiuHHi Hi thought it a to I Tth left or the 7th re iflrext left in tlie Inuiiiry MI that eliillnu in town ti mi le Iliad Llie iieujil Capvrs led in thu applause for Me staled that McMa waa not practical uaid a theSuperiuleudeut had swappe tOUical Ifad voted in the linl it woiild Uii oar ami Volerp Loaa the icensir I1 of la H sary HI theorj tuid to mi whiclrcanglit
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