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THE LAW 1S FLOUTED
BY THE TEXAS MOBS.
CONVICilF.D R%4VI-tiEUtS 1r4KEN Fi0fd
Tt4kE COURT HOUSE
Beftoe V3y s -t it" Judge ana lianged to
Telephol'e oWe It. o,nb'Ic,-qu*rt-Per
Jur. d Cittz4" of He.wpi-tt ad.
Hempstead, Texas.-After being;
tried with legal forma and proce- I
dure for criminal assault and mur t
der ILd given the death penalty in I
each case, Jim Wesley and Reddick<
Barton, negroes, were late Tuesday I
afternoon taken from the authorities.
and lynched in tbe public square by
an infuriated mob.
The district judge a-,ked the gov
ernor for troops to accompany the
negroes here from the jail at Hons- 1
ton where they were safe. At the
request of a large number of citi
zens of H.mpstead who signed a
written promise to aid the aothorities
in preventing any mob law it is
said Judge Thompson countermanded
his request and the troops did not
ascompany the negroes.
Barton was first tried. He plead
guilty to criminal assault and then
to ibe mnrder 4f Mrs. Susau Lewi?,
aged 63, Sunday, October 12. The
jurits ii, eAch ca. u o wh-ch were
several ngroes prouptly retturied
verdicts of the death peialt%. Duriug
the uft rnoon We., was rut on
trial. He plead gniity to assault
and then to tbot morder chtrgo, but
wbile the secon(d tri:d was going on
a mob broke into the court room and
attompted to take him, having learned
that the sheriff bad finally asked for
The mob was dispersed and the
trial proceeded, tba State putting
throrgb its testin.ouy hurriedly in
corroboration of thA plea of guilty.
Both juries assessd the doath pen
The officers of the court sat about
the room awaiting the coming of
troops when there was a sudden
movement on the part of several men
in the room. The sheriff was over
powered and Wesley was taken pos
session of by the mob and hurried
Another portion of the mob at
tacked the jail and Barton was sur
rendered to them withoat a struggle.
The two prisoners were hustled to
the public square and thbere executed
Neither of them had been sen
tenced and District Judge Thomp
son had positively refused to permit
them to waive the thirty days of
grace allowed them by law. It was
the general desire that they (lie
They hung Tuesday night to the
arm of a telephone pole, where only
last month a negro murderer had
been strung up by a mob.
Sheriff Lipscomb was badly hurt
about the back by the rough treat
ment of the mob. Pariog the first
rush a shot was accidentally tired
and Sheriff Sparks of. Lee county
was wounded.in thbe stomach, though
not seriously hurt. The Governor
was informed of the lynching but as
yet has had nothing to say.
STEPPED OFF FLYING TRAIN.
Inexp1cable conduct of a Yonlog Womaa at
reIz r-Eanl to Door and walk'd Off
While Tratin was Kanning
Thirty Miles an Hour.
A very unusual railway accident
occuirred a half mile west of Pelzer
station Thursday night. It appears
that wheni nearing that point the
porter of train No. 16, South bound,
came through the first clas~s coacb,
as is the custom anid called out the
station when Miss Minnie Hollings
wortb. a young lady passenger, de
liberately arose from her sent, walked
to the platform of the coach and
stepped off to the ground while the
train was dashing along at the rate
of perhaps 30 wiles an hour. It so
happened thait one of the train crew
saw the lady as sheC stepped off and
Conductor Beattie wats immediately I
notilied, who backed thbe train in
search of the lady, fully expecting to
find her lifeless body by the roadside,'
but the strangest part of the story is
that she picked herr up after the
fall and walked s-ome distance to her
home in Pelzer, with only a few
slight bruises about her person.
The strange conduet on the part!
of this lady has not y et been ex
plained, whether she was asleep or
did not know the train was in motion
is not known. However, had the
.-accd have proven fatal the rail
ray people conrl not have een held
aiponsible at all, since it is riot cn,
omary, nor their duty to hold their
oatroris on their trhi..s in order to
>revent then from st pping off should
hey see fit to do s.o, w hill" th; traiyv;
4K THOM.1S LIP Ul,N C-'AI L9 N43GE
he N.w Toak Fach- :ub tie. p.-., and
Racei Wil be Sathl-d N xt .1niu t.
Sir Thowas Liptou's tir.i ehal
enge for the Atuetica's tup ~se.t by
he Royal Ulster Yacht ciu: hi- been
nade public at the New York Ycht
,lub aiter being read and accepte(d
>y a cummittee appointtd for that
)urpovse. The challelge is almost
Jent ical with t hat sent by Sir Thomas
a 1900. There was not a partie:e
f doubt about its acceptaneo by he
-lub after it had been read on Wed
iesday. Ttie cballeiige reads:
Dear Sir: I am requested by Sit
rhowas J. Lipton, bart., K. C. V. 0,
o forward you this cbIlettge for the
merica's cup, subject to the same
,nditions as govored the last can.
est and which proved to be so satis
ictory, the best three out. of five
races over the same courses wit-h like
t.arts and other details.
The first race to be smiied ou TLurs
i,k, 20th August, 1903 The sec
)nd race to be sailod onS
?2d Angns-, 1903 Th. tbird race
be saile'd ou Thtinrstl, 2 C Au
Furtfher rtew (if an) to be saiied
)u ea,-h full,.xng Tuarsday a:1
I therefore on behalf of the R,,al
Ulster Yatcht club, and in the name
>f Sir Thon:as J. Lipton, a member
;f the club, challenge to sail a series
I matches with the yacht Shamrock
[I against any one yacht or vessel
onstructed in the United States of
merica for the America's cup.
The following are the particulars
. the challenging vessel, viz:
Owner, Sir Thomas J. Lipton, bart,
K. C.V. O.
Name of yacht, Shan.irock III.
Length of load water line 90 feet.
The custom house measurement
will follow as soon as the vess~el can
be measured for registration.
(Signed) Hugh C. Kelly,
Hon. Sec. Royal Ulster Yacht Club
Accompany i1g the challenge was a
etter from Sir Lipton saying:
"In thua.desiring an opportunity
>f making a thbird attempt to obtain
possession of the America's cup, I
ope I may not be deemed importu
ate or unduly covetous of the pre
oUs trophy so long and so securely
2'ld by the New York Yacht e'lab."
sW. WOOD & 80. S.
SeetlI me Ridim*n . .
Veea ble a Id -.-e hed,-ta .
b.rry and Ve~getab:e Plants, Lawn
. rass, Hiyacinths, Tulips, etc.
Catalogu.e miai ree upon request.
Jst. retnrned from the Northb with
beatiful selection of
ii invite you all to inspect them.
Your Wan-h -md (look work solic
pd, and work guaranteed.
Thanking you for past favors, and
~ ig for a conitinluance, I am yours
or te mjonPy.
Jeweler and Op1 ici an.
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IF YOU WILL PUTIto a g**a ul'wtrLar
With this gargle your throat often it will quickly cure a Bore ThrOat.
&a always fresh in your memory:
b- Cutts, Mashes and all Open Son% -in
wed only to apply
TQexican Tqustang Ziniment
a few times and the soreness and inflammation ivS
be conquered and the wounded flesh healed.
To get the best results you should saturate a piem
of soft cloth with the liniment and bind it upon the
wound as you would a poultice.
25c., 50c. and G-.o a bottle.
your pultry and at the very first sign of
KEEP AN EYE ON Legs, Bumblefoot or otbW
diseae among your fowls use Mustang Liniment.
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@ea'eu. and Wealtha and Pleasure
NORTH, EST and W EST.
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New Teem ad Viewida. te.e vica.nhbrg. Davee,
and svaah. e- -- Richrad. baneUle ad
Ouperiee Damen4@se Sewvee em all Through Teates.
EmeelleaO seetee ad N,e. Rates to Char'lestea se.
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Throat troubles now begin. TE
We have a very good line VEBST
ofOIL and aqueous ATA-FULLLINE
MIZERS, varying in price
from Soc. and up. They-0F
are of such quality that we
do not hesitate to recomn- RtP i
mend them to you.
Our line of thatFO SAEB
Fountain and J EE W ie
nd other RUBBER GOODS are[iff
ery complete and worth your in- ILeJo18Lavl
pection. ( Tmi ~ ljhnr T
Quick Relief J~f
i guaranteed to stop the caugh. Ipeilatninpi
Naol~ aii f 8IJ ~FULLj rs RC.VLIE~
(ETALIHE N 87.) 1 epetfll -n O Fr-n
Caia------- 1000.0te aisRfwEPAr
SavingDeparment.udi' chilrMen's doe'
of 4 p.'r t~n-.-i-*-an-umofregditeers.
and.1uv st f achv~ar.PScon opnsnepts, 1902.
T.SDNA.(ah9 Ire. Hoel fC.s Wilams
(ETALIHE I 87IN.) X ) (rbeSpeCefulya m.ndf4p m S
-'E OF s0UTrH A 1-OLINA.
COUNTY OF NEKWBEmIhY-IN
Andrew J. S. Langford, in his own
right and as Executor, and Milton A.
Carlisle, as Executor, of William
Langford, deceased, Plaintiff,
Malinda Higgins, et al., Defendants.
BY ORDER OF THE COURT HERE
in, I will sell at public outcry, be
fore the Court House, at Newberry,
within the legal hours of sale, on the
iirst Monday in November, 1902, all the
real estate in the town of Newberry
sub-divided into lots as will appear by
ulat which is now on file in the Master's
ofice, and which plat will be exhibited
on day of sale, the same being Lots
Nbs. 8, 5, 16, 17, 18, 26, 25, 24, 40, 41,
43, 44, 45. 47, 48, 49. Also all the real
estate known as the "Crawford Land"
situaLed in the town of Newberry, sub
divided into lots as will will appear by
plat now on file in the Master's office
and will be exhibited on day of sale, the
same being Lots Nos. 4, 7, 12, 13, 14.
Terins of sale--The town lots in New
berry will be sold for one-half cash,
balance in one year, with interest from
day of sale, to be secured by bond of
the purchaser and a mortgage of the
premises sold. Purchasers to pay for
papers. H. H. RIKARD,
Master's Office, Oct. 7th, 1902.
6TATE.OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY-IN
Mattie A. Cook, in her own right and
as Administratrix of George A. Cook,
Keron H. Cook, John L. Cook, Nancy
E. Cook, Ella Epting and Emma Gar
BY ORRER OF THE COURT HERE
in, I will sell at public outcry be
fore the Court - House,. at Newberry,
within the legal hours of sale, on sale
day in November, 1902, all that tract
of land lFing and being in the county
and State aforesaid and containig
Sixty Lve Acres, more or less, bounde
south by lands of Pierce Wicker, north
by lands of A. M. Dominick and west
by public road from Nwberry to Pros
Terms of sale-One-third of the pur
chase money to be paid in cash, the
balance twelve months from day of
sale, with interest from day of sale,
the credit portion to be secured by bond
of the purchaser and a mortgage of the
premises sold. . Purchaser to pay for
papers. H. H.RIKARD,
Master's Office, Oct. 1902.
STA'E OF SOUTH CAROLINA
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY-IN
John C. Goggans, as Clerk of Court for
Newberry County, Administrator de
bonis non of Jerusha A. Henson, de
Hartwell I. Henson, et al., Defendants.
3Y ORDER OF THE COURT HERE
in, I will sell to the highest bidder
before the Court House, at Newberry,
S. C., within the legal hours of sale on
salesday, the first Monday in Novem
ber, 1902, all that tract or plantation of
land, lying and being situate in New
berry County, State aforesaid, contain
ing six hundred and eighty and 7-10
(680 7-10) acres, more or less, belong
ing to the estate of Jerusha A. Hen
son, deceased, and bounded by lands of
the estate of James J. Reeder, deceased,
C., N. & L. Railroad, Ninety-Six road,
lands of J. A. Dominick, W. L. Gary,
J. C. Gary, I. M. Smith and the public
road leading to Newberry Court House.
Said land lies in and near the Town of
Kinard's, and will be sold in five tracts,
plats of which are now on file for in
sp.ection in the office of the Clerk of
Terms of sale-One-third of the pur
chase money to be paid in cash, the
balance on a credit of one and two
years from day of sale with 'interest,
credit portions to be secured by bond
of-the purchaser with mortgage of the
premises sold, with leave to the pur
chaser to anticipate his payments in
whole or in part. Purchaser to pay for
stamps and papers.
H. H. RIKARD,
-Master Newberry County, S. C.
Master's Office, Oct. 10, 1902.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY--IN
Emmett Cabaniss, Plaintiff,
The Newberry Handle and Shuttle Com
2Y ORDER OF THE COURT
'1herein, I will sell at public outcry
at Newberry, S. C., within the legal
hours of sale, on the first Monday
(salesday) in November, 1902, to the
highest bidder (unless sold before that
time at private sale) the following de
scribed personal property, to-wit:
One 11x16 Atlas Automatic Side
Crank Steam Engine; one 54x14 Atlas
Tubular Boiler, manufactured by the
Atlas Engine Works; 100 feet of shaft
ing 27-16; Four Comp Couplings 27-16;
One Pipe Wrench 15 inches; One No. 2
Automatic Horizontal boring Machine,
complete; one No. 6 Improved Disc
Sand-papering Machine, complete; one
Chaplin^Automatic Handle Lathe; one
No. 1 Improved Chucking and Tenon
ing Machine, complete; one No. 1 Im
proved Spoke and Handle Blank Saw,
complete; one No. 3 patent heavy power
Feeder Ripping Saw, complete; one No.
6 Iron frame short Los Saw Mill and
Feeder, complete; one Conqueror Saw
Swage, suitable for setting the teeth
in the above 48-inch saw; one No. 1
Improved Drag Sawing Machine, com
plete; Defiance Emery Wheel 2tx14
inches; one Emery Wheel 14 inch.; one
Huntington Emery Dressing Tool, with
two sets of wheels; manufactured pro
ducts and raw material.
Terms of Sale of Above Personal
By said order of the Court herein, I
will'also sell at public outcry at New
berry, S. C., within the legal hours of
sale on said first Monday (salesday) in
November, 1902, to the highest bidder
the following described real estate,
to-wit: All that tract, piece or parcel
of land, situate in the town of New
berry, County and State aforesaid,
containing Two and 10-100 Acres, more
or less, bounded by Pope street, C., N.
& L. Railroad, C. J. Purcell and others,
said land to be sold in three or more
Terms of Sale of said Real Estate
One-third cash and the balance on a
credit of one year, with interest from
(lay of sale at the rate of eight per
cent. per annum, the credit portion to
be secured by a note of the purchaser
and a mortgage of the premises sold.
Purchaser to pay for papers.
C. E. SUMMER, Receiver.
Air Line Railway.
NORTH: EAST: SOUTH: W EST
Two DA ILY PULLMAN VESTIBULED
3ETNEEN -OUTH AND NEW YORK.
First Class Dining Car
T-,- Best Rates and Route to Al!
Et9t-rn Citi,s via Richmond and
Washington, or via. Nurfolk aid
te;%i1J4rs ) Atlr!ta Nashvdle.
MepPhi-, Louisvillp, St. Louis,
Chivgo. New Orlearis, and all
PisSouth dad South WeSt.
T r ;av;,.nab, and JacksotivilIl
Kr a il] points it.Florida and Cuba.
Positively the Shortest
Line Between the
NORTH and SOUTH.
For detiled inft,rmation, Rates,
Schodnies, Pullman Reserva
tons, &A, apply to any Agent
of the SEABOARD AIR LINE
RAILWAY or J J. PULLER,
Trav. Pass. Agt., Columbia, S. C.
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Life Assurance Compan,
Assets Dec. 31, 19(,
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Insures both men and
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A RT HUR KIBLEP, Ag'ts
Newberry, S. C.
K IND0S PURPOSES
"Special Brand" Corn Whiskey, S 1.
"Popular Log" Corn Whiskey 1.
"Popular Log," Old, Smooth,
Mellow ............. 2
"Private Stock," 4-qt. case . . . 2
"Private Stock," 12-qt. case . . 7
"Hunting Creek" Rye, 12-qt. case 7
"Old Hunting Creek" Rye 12-qt.
case. .. .. .. .. .. .'...-.10
Apple Brandy. .. .. .. .. .... 2
Charge of 25c. for 1-gal., 35c.
2-gal., and 45c. for 3-gal. jugs, and 7
for 4 1-2-gal. kegs; when returned p:
paid, they will be taken back at cost.
J. C. SOMERS & CO., Dis,
STATES VILLE, North Carolin
At R. J. Miller's Restaurant mes
can be had at all hours on short r
tie. Fish, Stoak and all seasonal
dishes served. The Restaurant 'w
not be closed down during the sui
mer, but will be in full blast to ser
the public with the best the marli
can afford. Prompt, polite and
tentive servants always glad to ser
I also keep one of the choicer
stocks of Fancy Groceries ei
brought to this city. Call to see n
-u oCOLDEN ACE
9 LINCOLN CO.
WE, THE DISTILLERS
guarantee these goads to b
pure and 7 years old. Non,
better at any price. W
will ship in plain boxes t<
ayaddress, expres pr
41 tiller's prices:
5 Full Bottles,,S3.41
10 Full Bottles, 6.51
12 Full Bottles, 7.9C
I5 Full Bottles, 9.7C
Your money back if nota:
represented. A sample y
pint by express prepaidi
for 50c in stamps.
AMERICAN SUPPLY CO., Distillers,
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