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Brief Paragiph,4 Gviig 'omeu of tne
klappnjug. of tho, Wor.d of Nt130.
Mrs D. A. k5witzer, a wliite woman
living near Roebuck, committed sui
cide, by opeuting an artry in Irer leg
with a razor, on Sauday morning. Sbe
sent her cbildren to Snndty SohoAl,
wrote a note to her husband, saying
that life had been a failure to her and
asking him to take care of her chil
dren, and then went into an out
house nearby and ended her life. She
was of an excellent family and is re
lated to a number of prominent peo
ple in Spartauburg. She was 35
years of age and in the best of health.
The Court of Sessions convened in
Laurens yesterday with eight mur
der cases on the docket.
Three white men and eight negroes
were killed in a race riot at 'Little
ton, near Birmingham, Ala., Sunday
night. The riot was caused by sev
eral negroes attacking a white woman,
and the refusal of the negroes in the
community to deliver the assailants
to a posse of white men. The ne
groes have captured a powder maga
zine, are strongly fortified, and are
determined to resist all attempts at
arrest. Further loss of life will
Jamos Yonng*r, one of the famous
Younger brothers, Pod a compatriot
of Jesse James, committed suicide
in St. Paul, Minn., on Sunday by
shooting. Younger was paroled
from the Stillwater penitentiary
wbere he and his brother Coleman
were serving life sentences for par
ticipation in the Norfolk bank raid
in 1876. Since his parole he had
led an exemplary life. He left a
letter to the press giving as a reason
for his act despondency over con
tinued ill health. It appeatrs that
he was in love with a lady whose
folks objected to their marrying.
A VERY RUDF. B 'RKEEPER..
A Texas Sainon Man Kuocked Carrie Na
- tion in the GQtter Because she Does
not Behave Like a Lady.
Mrs. Carrie Nation arrivee in Au
stin, Texas, on last Thursday and
attempted to take charge of a saloon
en 5th street and Congress avenue,
and landed in the gutter as result.
A)derinan Bill Davis, proprietor of
the place, was present at the time
and the reformer immediately turned
her attention to him, but before she
had proceeded .far in her abuse of
saloon men and their occupation.
Alderman Davis asked the visitor
who she was and commanded her to
leav the place.
"I am Carrie Nation, sir," said
F~. she, "and was never known to leave
a saloon hell until I got good and
"I am sorry, Carrie," replied the
proprietor,"- "but it makes no differ
enee who you are; one of us has gut
to go out."
Mr. Davis step jed jfrom behind
the bar ard, upon Mrs. Nation's re
fusal to vacate; he caught her by the
back of the neck and'one arm and
thre~w her bodily into the street, and
her eatehel immediately followed ber.]
After being ejecte~d Mrs Nat ion)
spoke on the sidew a1k notil thie crowd
was dispersed by tbe- police. Sbe
* was forced to take the train out of
town for her next stopping place.
Bend us your order at once. CONTAIl
]!o Goods sent C. 0. ID We Proqf Spirit. .
-sell goods exclusively for Rueneon Ev
CASa We have no t raveling
men or agents. We guar an- Non-volatile
- tee absolute satisfaction. Salts of Lead
R:FERENCES:- Third Na
tional Bank; Southern Ex
press Agent. Corkscrew and glasse. with e
Gordon's Canadian Malt and new Catalogue
The Glendale Spriw
NO JUDGES TO BE ELECTED
By the Gieral Asgambly This Ytar-In
Tho legislature which will bi
sworn in nxt January will be ev
trnsted with tle ilection of a nuam
ber of officers of State iustitutions
but it is worthy of noto thtt unlesi
something not now coutemplate(
should happen there will tiot be i
single vacancy in the circuit benel
to be filled during the nxt two legis
lative years. There will be one va
caney on the Supreme court bencb
that of Hon. Y. J. Pope, but be -vil
in all probability have no oppositiou
Following are the dat(s on whiel
the terms of the justices and th
circuit judges expire:
Supreme Court-Hon Y. J. PopE
August 1, 1904; Hon. Henry Me
Iver, chief justice, August 1, 1906
Hon. Eugene B. Gary, August ]
1908; Hon. Ira B. Jones, August 1
1910, having been re-elected thi
year for a term of eight years.
Circuit Judges-Hon. Ernes
Gary, June 7, 1905; Hon. D. A
Townsend, December 15, 1905; Hot
R. C. Watts, February 14, 1906
Hon. Geo. W. Gage, February 1V
1906; Hon. James Aldrich, Februar
16, 1906; Hon. C. G., Dantzler, Feb
ruary 16, 1906; Hon. R. 0. Purd[
December 8, 1906; Hon. J. C. Kagi
December 22, 1906 The term c
each of the circuit judges is fou
years. Judge Pardy has been hold
ing special courts under appoini
metts by the governor, but he doE
not buoceed to Judge Buchanan
seat until the 8th of December nex
Experience and observation at
our best teachers, hence the necessit
to visit the next State Fair.
1 A DYSPEPSIA,
IROUSES TNIE TORPID LuVER
GILDER & WEEKS
You can save 5to 1(
cents by givintg us you
subscription to any o
the following maga
and others, at
Dr. Woollefs =A*V
anomu s'anaooi tre's
yJ~hjg, ~ 104N PryoSte
n Malt Whiskey,'
4 FULL QUARTS
Worth double the price. Goods shipped
in a plain box. It has been proven pure
ad good. Read below the certificate of
N. P. Pratt's Labratory.
CERtTIFICATE OP ANALYSIS.
Atlanta, Ga., Nov. 16, 19oi.
Sample No. 19938.
Received by hand. November 14th.
Mrked, "Sample of Gordon's Cana
dian Malt Whiskey." For Glendale
Spings Distilling Comrany,
Na PER CENT.
. .................. .. ... ..... 10.000
aporation. .105-9 Grains per U3.S. Gallon
:atter.. Lead ad Zinc.......None
y submitted, N. P. PRATT LAB'Y.
Very order. Write for our pamphlet on
igs Distilling Co.
iF YOUTa tz sr01oodu1of Mexican Mustang Ian
" YOU VW - LPT 1meut into a glass half full of water aud
With this gargle your throat often it will quickly Cure a Sor Thro.
get always fresh in your memory
pbr Cuts, Mashes and aU Open Sores,
t ned only to apply
~ffexican Tqusfang Ziniment
a fbw times and the soreness and inflammation VwB
be conquered and the wounded flesh healed.
To get the best results you should saturate a pieoe
of soft cloth with the liniment and bind it upon the
wound as you would a poultice.
25c., 50c. and $ .00 a bottl&
KEEP Aoutr EYaNn7d at the veyfirstuikguof
KEEP AN EYE ONRou **Lgs,. Ruzblefoot or
diseas among yow fowls use 3'artan Mustang Uiniment.
TU E GRM THIGNW A:r
W TRADI AMD TI,AIJEL.
V7ahImag eas PweneIpal Gesi.wes-al
Gaimtes and Nealth ad tZ1esae
- .R.ets et the Beath with the .
NOR TH, EAST and W EST.
r I .c1s.e Yesesbete Tua.IThe.ghS1:.esIag-Cas
Catamad PSs PetSS Via Aiats ad ia
New Y.uk ad Plemida, @ther via Lwa.burg, Weaville
and S.vessh. e- ve RAeamead, baavile ad
*mpewie Da mOse e.Vs. en all Thu.vgh Teatiae.
Umeefleat .eubse ad Low ates to Cha4.lesa sae
ee==t Death Oas a ne..tse ad Wesit Radien
Wm.e Teawiee T1emes to .5 Resouts new ea ase at
a. asse eens... ass
e, 3. UAUSWsOK, W. u. TATL@.ea
S. W. UYIT. 5. 4. A,
mb.sme,e A &e am a e, esa
5esne , .e
AVOID INDIGESTION - ?
1JE WESSON (DOKINGQL
...AND BE CONTENT..
WESSON COOKING OIL IS AN ABSOLifrEL.
.~' 5pure Iegetable probact.
CA E U/SED OVER AND OVER AGAIM
wrte for Booklet.s and Valnabk
COOK BOOK NO. I.
Wesson Process Co. -
SAVANINAI. FEW YOlK. PIIL,AOGEPUA. L
SCBEDULE IN EFFECT AFTER JUPFE 2, IN .* (ESTrABLISHED IN 1871.)
Lv Glenn Spriags................... 0 a pia------ 10000
Roebuck....................... .--. 940 9
A r Svnartranbu r-...........................' 0 00 Supu narft 68 58
Lv S"artan burg .......................3 4~5 pa
Roebuck .. ...............--....----. 4 05 pn I
Ar Glenn Spriors............. ........ eea a-igb=n~ a-c9
Do you wish to see the progressof4prcn eanu fr dt f
the farmers of the Sta'tt are making dpst neetpybeJna' s
in diversified and intenQified wri adJl s 1ec er
eM.tae? ICsR,visitth, tateFair
cCtr?I o ii h tt a pr,tal - D-N-A- - $150,00.0
Oc.urplus3st J an PrM.t -IM S 96,865.88
General banking businen t ranneted
with promptness. Special attention to
collections. Correspondence sol eit.ed.
. Savings Department.
Deposits allowed interest 4,t to race
of 4 per cent ner annum from date of
deposit. Interest payable January ist
and July 1st of each year.
M. A. Cant1sLE, Prest.
T. .8 DUNCAN. Cashier.
n,.+ 96% to 21ef
J. W. M. SIMMONS. A SSt C'
NOTICE OF ELECTION
'or State and County Officers. and upon
Proposed Amendment to the
JTATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY. J
Notice is hereby given that the general
-lection for State and County officers will
>e held at the voting precincts prescribed
>y law in said County, on Tuesday, No
wvumber 4, 1902, said day being Tuesday
ollowing the first Monday in November,
is prescribed by law.
At the said election a separate box will
)e provided, at which qualified electors
vill vote upon the adoption or rejection
>f an amendment to the State Constitu
ion as provided in the following Joint
A Joint Resolution Proposing to Amend
Section II. of Article VII. of the Con
stitution of 1895, Relating to Counties
and County Government.
SECTION 1. Be it resolved by the Gene
ral Assembly of the State of South Caro
lina: That the following amendment to
-ection II., Article VII., of tLe Constitu
tion, be agreed to: add to the end thereof
he following words: that this section
shall not apply to the following townships
in the following Counties: Dunklin and
Oaklawn in the County of Greenville; the
townships of Cokesbury, Ninety-Six and
Cooper in the County of Greenwood; Sul
livan Township in the County of Laurens;
Huiett and Pine Grove in the County of
Saluda. That the corporate existence of
said townships be, and the same is here
by, destroyed and all officers under said
townships are abolished and all corporate
SEC. 2. But the question of adopting
this amendment shad be submitted at the
next general election to the electors as
follows: Those in favor of the amend
ment shall deposit a ballot with the fol
lowing words plainly printed or written
thereon. "Constitutional amendment of
Section Eleven of Article Seven of the
Ccnstitution, relating to Counties and
Ccunty Government, Yes." Those op
pcsed to said amendment shall cast a bal
lo- with the following words plainly
printed or written thereon: "Constitu
tional amendment of Section Eleven of
Article VII of the Constitution, relating
to Counties and County Government, No "
Approved the 28th day of February,
A. D. 1902.
SE C. 7. There shall be separate and dis
tinct ballots and boxes at this election
for the following officers, to wit: i. Gov
ernor and Lieutenant -Governor 2 Other
State officers. 3. State Senator. 4. Mem
bers of the House of Representatives. 5.
County officers. On which shall be the
name or names of the person or persons
voted for as such officers, respectively,
and the office for which they are voted.
Before the hour fixed for opening the
polls Managers and Clerks must take and
subscrit:e the Constitutional oath. The
Chairman of the Board of Managers can
administer the oath to the other Man
agers and to the Clerk; a Notary Public
must administer the oath to the Chair
man. The Managers elect their Chair
man and Clerk.
Polls at each voting place must be
opened at 7 o'clock a. m. and closed at 4
o'clock p. m , except in the city of
Charlestor., where they shall be opened
at 7 a m. and closed at 6 p. m.
'l he Managers have the power to fill a
vacancy,,.and if none of the Managers at
tend the citizens can appoint from among
the qualified voters the Managers, who,
after being sworn, can conduct the elec
A t the close of the election, the Man
agers and Clerk must proceed publicly to
open the ballot boxes and count the bal
lots therein, and continue without ad
journment until the same is completed,
and make a statement of the result for
each office and sign the same
Within three days thereafter, the Chair
man of the Board. or some one designated
by the Board, must deliver to the Com
missioners of Election the poll list, the
boxes containing the ballots and written
statements of the result of the election.
MANAGERS OF ELECTION
have been appointed to hold the electiori
at the vmrous precincts in the said
Newberry-G. S. Nolan, Claude Domi
nick, Fioyd Bradley.
Factory-P F. Baxter, Niel Campbell,
Helena-Geo. P. Hill, B. E. Julian, J.
W. L. Arthur.
Mt. Bethel-S. J. D. Price, J. D. Nance,
Glymphville-Mormfanl Ruff, Jno. F
Cromer, Newton D)arby.
Maybinton-J. B Richards, F. E May
bin, W. V. Lyles
Whitmire-j. Gist Setz'er, Zack Suber
Jno WV. Scott.
Cromers-Lambert Chandler, Henry
Burton, Bachman Cromer
Jalapa-S M Duncan, Wm W. Farrow
Longshores-J S. Floyd Jr., Cothran
Longshore, John Hendrix.
Wil iams-J. W. Sanders, J. W Ropp
J WV Reid
Utopia-Arthur Werts, J. WV. Reagin
J. L. Thrailkill
Prosperity-Juo B Fellers, M. M
Bedenbaugh, B. T. Young.
Hendrix Mi'l-Noah L. Moore, WV. P.
Pugh, John H Garrett.
Slighs-E. E Sigh, Ira Milier, J. H
Jolly Street --P M. B. Livingston. J. D
H Kibler, J. P. Cannon.
Central Schoo! House -C W. Shealy
J. C Seybt, Joe Stockman.
Pomaria-Hl T Counts, Richard Hipp
J uius Kor'n.
Walton-Bachman Suber. WV. B Gra
ham, R L Crooks,
St Phil ip-- R G. Sligh, WV. R. Kohn
M L. Wicker.
Little Mountain-D C. Boland, C. E
Wheeler, Geo. WN. Farr.
The Managers at each precinct named
above are requested to delegate one o:
their number to secure boxes and blankt
for the election They can be secured or
and after Thursday, October 30th, at J
W. White's sto,re.
S C, MERCHANT,
j N. FEAGLE,
B B LEITZS EY,
Commissioners of State and Count)
Election for Newberry County.
October 13th, 1902.
(B M, of Wo11$88 Uo0I8[8, Ri~uIOAO V8.1
Studio Over Mower's Store.
Special attention paid
--- ----to beginners.
Scool opens Sept. 1 st, 1902.
ems: $2.50 for 8 lessons.
BROILED OR RAW.
Fish, Game, Ham
and Eggs, Etc.
- IN FIRST-CLASS MANNER -
And Served on Short
- Notice at -
. B. JONES'
Throat troubles now begin.
We have a very good line
of OIL and aqueous ATA
MIZERS, varying in price
from 50c. and up. They
are of such quality that we
do not hesitate to recom
mend them to you.
Our line of that
and other RUBBER GOODS are
very complete and worth your in
is guaranteed to stop the caugh.
Mayo's Drug Store.'
Ni FllriTlre Stocre!
When you are in Newberry don't
fail to call at the New Fuirniture
SHELLY & DEAN,
back of Mimnaugh's, on Friend street,
to buy your Furniture. Their goods
are all new and just from th-4 fac
tories, up to date in linish, style and
workmanship. We carry a frnll line of
in fact everything in the house fur
nishing line. We are also prepared
to do first class repair work on
Watches, Clocks, 'Jewelry, Masical
Instruments, Sewing Machines and
Furniture of all kinds. Give us a
trial and 1e convinced that we- are
the cheapest in town.
Yours for low prices,.
Newberry, 8. 0.
Just returned from the North with
a beautiful selection of.
and invite you all to inspect them.
Your Watch and Clock work solic
ited, and work guaranteed.
Than king you for past favors, and
hoping for a continuance, I am yours
for the money.
Jeweler and Optician.
The Ladies'Exc hange
Mrs. R. C. Williams
the ladies of Newberry
and vicinity that she
has opened an Ex
change for the pur"
chase or exchange of la
dies', children's and men's
second hand clothing, and
solicits their patronage.
Persons on business will
please call at the Exchange,
Crotwell Hotel, first floor,
btwen9a. m. and 4p. m.
(E istern Standa
outhbound. I ti 1cr.Ld
Qeh dule In Effect August 26th 1902
8 40 am Lv Atlanta (s.A.L) Ar. 8 50 pm
10 50 am Athens 6 19 pm
A1 55 aUm Elberton 5 17 pm
12 :h pm Abbeville 4 05 pm
i 22 pm Greenwood 3 35 Vm
2 5p;A Ar Clinton (Din'r) LV. 2 45 pm
10 0 am Lv Glenn Springs Ar 4 00 pm
12 15 pm Spari anburg 8 80 pm
12 2 rm Greenville 3 26 pm
1 J2 rrr Waterloo 2 35 pm
1 -4z A r Laurens (DIn'r) Lv 2 17 pm
22 52 86
)a ii Fri Dly Ft
.M su. Ex Sul
A.v ..P . A.1M
6 00 202 i.v i.aurent Ar 150 500
G J1. 207" Parks Ar 142 450
76 4,1 2 2. ..Clinton.. 1 31 430
~6 58 234 Goldville 117 851
7 08 '-4 .Kinard.. 110 840
7 17 249 G(ry... 105 331
726 2 b1 ..Jalara.. LO 322
9 ' :"0 Zi owberr> 1248 300
2 . 2 Y't Prosperity t232 222
(8 42 314 ....s1 1s 223 2 02
8 55 339 Lt Mountain 1219 156
9:n 3(6' ...rb1aptn 209 1 sp
9 24 357 .H liton 1202 129
9,29 4,)1 White Rock il 59 124
9 3'# 4 (.7 Balleutine  54 115
952 4 17 ......Irmo..... 1146 100
-1102 423 ..Laphart. 1l40 1248
1030 4 45 ArColuvi bIaLv 1120 1280
55 LvColutr bia (A .C.L.)Ar 11 10
6 20 Sumter 9 59
9 20 Ar Charleston Lv 7 00
Trains 3 and .52 arri- e ar d depart from
iew union depot
Traln s22 ar d Si f rom A. C. L. freight depot
West Gervais strcet
For Rates, Time Tables, or further informa
ion call on any Agt:ut, or write to
ff G. CHILD", T. M. EMERSON,
President. Traffc Manager.
. ir. LIVIN kisTON. if. M. EMERSON,
I t.'IFrt. & Pan A gt.
TLANTIC COAST LIil
WTLMINGTox N. C., 'uly 21st, 19C2.
rbrou i. Trains Charleston to Greenville
No. -.. NO. 53.
7.00 am.Ls ...Charleston, 8.C......Ar 9.M pm
8.35 ain.......v......Lanes....................Ar 6.20 pm
950 a ....... ;umter.............Ar 455pm
1 .10 am..... eir........Columbia...........Lv 8.45 pm
.2.29 am.....r.. Prosperity........Lv 2.24 pm
t.4A p i.....A:..... ..Newberry..........Lv 2.10 pm
J.35 pm ...... r. .......Clintot.. .... ....Lv 1.25 pm
1.47 pm .,. Ar.........Laure ......Lv 2.10 pm
6..5 Pir .....Ar ........reenville....... .Lv 12.22 pm
b.34 m..ar..partan,burg ......Lv 12'15 pm
FRO)d COLUMBIA, 8. C.
No. L3 Arri - e Sumrtr . p i.; .4eorgetown
DaLy 15 . r. ; F orence 7.50 p ju ; Dvring on
I N :..5 p : : H risvim, 9. 0 p D ; Bennetth
P M i1 e t. * m; 'bs-n '6.0 p xr:;Fa,ye:.te
e1.'5p t.; WI ntoDD li.1 Pr;
9.1eek .a -45 a ; Weideq 5 U'a.;
A1r0't8. 6 ao0; jjChD 0nd14.12aSI;
W h g>n7.54 -r :Twork T I Rr .
2 4 i 8 - L- 1 o.... )&; &o Ot b.60
Daily a g ; -2gten 1..8- an.; Cheraw 11.45
t.,b iam; WS ,eboto 20 pu ; Bartevil e
A M I ..-1M; aon14 <. ar ; WilmIJvgton
11 401n;LF iy tteville 2-.% pr.; Rocky
M,u:t ..r ina; aPd n 45' -; PA
it. rJu:g -4a pn.; Rlchnvid 7.45 pm
. W,hi .gion -.-t- pm; N w York 7.1d m
...... .-eimgLrs Ne wYork toTampa
p,, en. ,Dini--.g 0ar- New York to Savannab.
For ' te-, ech du'- a, etc ,write
W. J. i.sg en P.iss. A., Wilmington
T. M. Fr erson, TraffBc Manager, Wilminag
B. M E, erson, tsst Traff c Manager, WiI
n.1$4tOn, N. C.
Augusta and Asheville Short Line
Schedule in Effect July 6, 1905,
Leave Augusta........0 1a m 2 56p m
Arrive Greenwood........12 44 pm .......
Anderson .................... 710pma
Lau.rens.......... 145 pm 10 30 am
Waterloo (H.S.)... 1 12 pm .......
Greenville......1222 p m 930 am
Glenn Springs...4 45 pm ......~
spartanburg....... 3 30 pm 90a m
Hendersonville..... 6 03 p m ........
. Asheville........... 7156pm .......
Leave A she ville.........7 05p m . .....
Spartanburg ......O01a m 820p m
Glenn Springs..10 00 am .......
Greenvie .......12 15 p m I4
Laurens.......... 205 pm d 0p m
Arrive Waterloo (L.8.)... 2 38 pm .......
Greenwood........ 2 51 pm 7 45pm
Leave Anderson ................... 7 20 a m
S Augus7a.........520 pm 11 3a m
Leave C'o;un-bia.........11 90~ am
Newberry........12 42 pm
Ciinton .......-125 pm
Arrive Greenvl........ 32 pm
ipartanburg ....5 30pm
G'enn Springs... 400 pm
Leave Glenn Springs... 10 00 pm
Spar tan burg..... 120' pm
Arrv ' Ci1n............2 20 pm
__Colu :ba................ 480pm
Tastiest ai'd~Best~Line between Newberry
and Greenville. Spartanburg and Glenn
Connectio s from Newbe ry via Columbia
New berry and Laurens Railway.
For any info'rmation, write.
E RNEV WILI.IA MS, Ge-'. Pass. A gt.,
T. M. K : i. Traffic Y anager.
RLUE RIDGE RAILROAD
E. C. BEA'STIE, Receiver.
In Efect June 8 1902.
se tween ArAlerson antd Walhalla.
No. 9. No..12 stations. No. Il No. 9
. M. A.)M. P.M. AX
311 9 55.......,.Belton...........20 10 50
2 48 9:33.......nderson F.D......340 1110
2 45 930... Anderson P.D.......345 1115
.....925...West Anderson....349 ....
..... 909....... ...Denver.............. 8 59 ....
.... 9 02......... Atun......... 405 .....
.... 8 55..... Pendleton ....... 4 11 ....
..... 847........... Cherry........... 418 .....
.... 8 44..........Adams........ 41 .....
... 828 ...J dania Ju ct ... 433 ....
.... 8 25.......... seneca........ 5 ....
....8 01....West Union.... 5 0..
..... 800 ...... Wahalla ........ 09 ....
All regular t.rains frow. Belton to Walhala,
have precedence over trains of 5 me class
n oving in the opposite directton unless oth
e wise specified b.y train order.
Will a ..o stop at the following s'ations to
tak.'- on and let oft passengers: Phinney'a
Jam% and Sand y Springs.
.>. a. AN DECZsUN, Superintendent
Digests what you eat.
This preparation contains all of the
digestants and digests all kinds of
food. It gives instant.relief and nevr
fails to cure. It allows you to eat all
the food you want. The most sensitive
stomachs can take it. By its use many
thousands of dyspeptics have been
cured after everything else failed. Is
unequalled for the stomach. Child
ren with weak stomachs thrive on it.
First dose relieves. A diet unnecessary.
CuPes all stomach tPoubles
n-.--a -e do n n(~EWrean n...ag