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CUL. BRYAN IN NEW HOME.
He Has Moved Into Fairview, His $20,04
Home.
[New York Sun.]
Col. William Jennings Br) an fu
nished additional evidence this weE
of plutocratic tendencies by remo
ing from the brick barn which h
been his home for the last nit
months and taking possession of tl
$20,000 house he has been buildir
for a year on the highest point
land near Lincoln.
Mr. Bryan says it cost him $2(
000, and it is a well proportion
building, made of pressed brick at
stone and fitted with hand carvE
oak finishings throughout.
It faces directly west and contail
21 rooms, including parlors, a rece
tion ball and library down stairs an
bedrooms, a nursery, a schoolroo
and gymnasium upstairs.
The kitchen is in a connectE
building. Entrance is had by wi
of a great half-round veranda lea
ing into a beautifully carved at
finished hall. From the porch o
can see for many miles in any dire
tion. Off to the east and son
stretch great reaches of farmit
lands while to the north and we
down in a tree embowered val<
nestles the city itself.
Fairview is the name by which tl
Bryan home will be known. Ti
name is appropriate.
Alfhough three miles from ti
city, the house is fitted with eve
modern convenience. Its owner do
not eschew luxury in the interior a
pointments and costly plumbin
electric lights and artistic decor
tions, with city water, make it
thoroughly modern house. Ceme
walks and driveways give easy a
cess to the various buildings, at
seemingly no money has been spar<
to make lire within its walls wor
living.
Colonel Bryan is a rich man ai
rapidly getting richer. He has be
abcesed of acquisitiveness, but mai
of his critics have unjustly dia
nosed his case. Mr. Bryan lik
money and he has a keen appreci
tion of what it will afford its p<
sessor. He has spent less than I
income every year of his active lii
and it is now getting so large as
be almost unwieldy-for him.
His .newspaper is firmly esta
lished. Although he has disdain<
business assistance, he has made it
big money maker. Thirty thousai
dollars a year is a conservative esi
mate of his share of profit from
He began with 60,000 circulation ai
now has twice that number. I
limits his advertising space and ri
idly refuses to give trust-made goo
a place in his advertising columt
His actual wealth, aside from k
newspaper, which is paying a go<
interest upon a third of a million,
little less than $150,000. His year
income is not much below $50,00
He lives modestly and simply, b
well.
A private tutor comes each mor
ing for his two yognger children, b
his daughter, Ruth, is a daily i
tendant at the state university, who
she is a sophomore. He has sever
fne carriages, but much prefers
use the suburban street car th
passes within a short distance of h
home each hour.
Much of his writing is done
his home. A part of it is dashi
off while on his lecturing or car
paigning (Eours.
He is little seen about the office
his paper. This occupies the low
floor of a downtown block. B
brother, Charles W. Bryan, is ti
business manager, and one traine
newepaper man is the only editori
(E
I5 F
Freglass
I
assistant he has.
He still rigidly adheres to his<
termination to print hia opini(
npon current political topics in
paper and invariably denies himE
0 to the interviewer. He attends
little Methodist chapel in the nea
town of Normal, no Presbyter
church being in the neighborhood.
r In manner and dress he is as 1
assuming and careless as ever, f
he goes about among his fellow
izens, sometimes with a mailsi
e half full of exchanges over his she
e der, without exciting comment.
' He gives largely to charitable f
benevolent organizatione, and is f
with purse to campaign committ(
He is getting a great deal of enj
ment out of his life and he looks
And his bank account is growing ]
ger each day.
is STUDENTS HONOR MAJ. SLOAN.
d Want Him to Take Presidency of S(
m Carolina College-Compliment
of Purest Type.
[The State.]
y Things have moved along with
markable smoothness at the So
d Carolina college this year, under
e direction of Acting President BE
0 Sloan, and the year has thus far b
one of the most successful in
1g history of the college. Prof. Slot
at administration has pleased the
)y dents so thoroughly that they h
to a man signed a request to hin
3e stana for election to the preside:
le of the college. A copy of this
quest was handed to Maj Sloan
ze the students yesterday and anot
ry was handed the govern'r as ch
es man of the board of trustees.
p The document reads as follows
g, Maj Benj Sloan, Acting Presid
a
a AT ANY OLD
nt
PRICE !
id
O DINNER SET
O rline of Austr
id China and Engli:
mn Semi Porcelain will 1
*y sold this month
Sprices that will st.
ai prise the most carel
- buyer. We are goii
us to close out this line
*' goods, it is all
Open Stoc]
b which enables the pu
ad chaser to buy as mui
ior as little as desired
SNewberry llardwarel
NOTICE!
s For Wee
- Cost Sale At he N
> FURNITURE STOFi
isin the old Herald and New
L7 Office on Friend Street, back c
0. Mimnaugh's. We have a bli
at stock of
alNew Furniture,
t alfirst class and up-to-dat4
t. No old stock. Fine Suits Bra
re reaus, Beds, Sofas, Chairs, Rock
ers, Tables, Knives and Forki
alGlass and~ China Ware, Lampi
to In fact everything ini the hons
at furnishing line.
is See our line of Pictures, cheap
est, largest ever brought to Newl
in berry.
mDon't fail to get one of on
Ad Art Squares, or nice Rags fo
o. Christmas present. Big lot a
sample Carpet. We want every
body to come and see us ani
DIwe will save you money on you
3r furniture.
LINCOLN
W HIS
ethe Distillers, guarantee the
>l.None better at any price. We will
(PRESS PREPAID, at the followii
ull Bottles, $3.45. 10 Full Bottles
15 Full Bottles $9.70. 25 1
and corkscrew in every box. Your r
-ME."IAN SUPLY VO., 662 Main
S. C. College; City.
le- Honored Sir: For the past three
ns months you have been acting presi
his dent of the South Carolina college,
elf and we, as students of this college,
a desire to express to you our high es
-by teem and regard for you as a man,
ian and our appreciation and gratifica
tion at the manner in which you
in- have conducted the affairs of this in
nd stitution. Harmony and good feel
sit- ing have been the characteristics of
wk your short administration, and we
ul- know that the conditions now ex
isting will continue so long as you
nd remain in the position you now fill
ree so honorably and so well. We de
es. sire to express our greatest trust and
oy- confidence in you as our head; our'
it. sincere and earnest appreciation of
ar. your worth as a man; and our' esteem
and honor f>r you as a high-toned
gentleman.
Together with our tribute to your
merit and worth, we desire to beg of
uth you not to vacate the honorable office
which you fill so nobly. The office
of president of the South Carolina
college is an important one, and we
re- desire to say that we know of no man
ath who can fill this position with so
the great credit to himself and glory to
rnj. the college as you, our acting presi
sen dent. We earnestly beg that you
the rafuse no longer the proffered palm,
n's and under no circumstances will we
tu- hear of your further declination as
ave permanent president of the S>uth
i to Carolina college.
acy We beg to sign onrselves as most
re- sincerely and-respectfully yours.
by This action of the students seems
her to have been spontaneous, and is a
air- high compliment to Maj Sloan. He
has not yet given a reply to it.
lent
CURES
DYSPEPSIA,
CONSTIPATION.
INDIGESTION.
2OUSES THE TORPID LIVER
SOL, sos. aLL DuUGGUSTS 0
-a1 GILDER & WEEKS
~NEW_FIRM!
Have rented the upper store room in
!% the "Granite Front" building recent
~.. ly lsuilt by R. C. Williams. Where
hthey will keep aseelect and new stock of
* Family Groceries.
ALSO A
This we will give special attention,
believing that tbis is something that
ks Newberry needs and will appreciate,
In this line we will have hundreds of
E artie's in dalyneed byrop**le,
teprices on these will surprise you.
SHere you will find just what you
need in
SFancy Goods, Notions,
Special Dry Goods, &c.
We will tell you more about this
-. later.
is now open, where you can get many
athings in
IConfectioneries, Fruits, &c.,
For Christmas.
r Our policy shall be fair dealing
f and polite attention to all.
- Mrs. Werts will te with her hus
Iband and will be pleased to see her
many friends.
3%e'wberry, S. 0.
$ 45
EN ACE
COUNTY
IKEY
se goods to be pure and 7 years
ship in plain boxes to any adldress,
ig distiller's prices:
6.55. 12 Full Bottles $7.90.
ull Bottles $15.90.
croney back if not as represented. E
St., Mmphs, Tnn. at
ON A WHEEL nade
an accident happens is a bottle of
I
U1c
UICE
RinnhI
need not become
body. If they do
ME]
MUSTAN(
will thoroughly,
nently cure these
is no guess work
iment is used a ci
YOU DON'T KNOW n
Mustang Liniment. As a flesi
SOUT
RA Il
T15 *514
Vabon eRe s
as.e.es .t eare B
NORTH, EA
@aa.aa.a ..d n..s
Nee Teen ad VSe,da, e1
an- - e e
Umasel. Owut. ad 4
ws... e... Ose.a...
v.deemd e.ee
a. wurnw
TH E' VEGI
50PI3RIOR iN QU
TOwALI
SAVNNAH,G~ THE
very and Sale Stable
AT POMARIA,
av es'ahlished a genierail up to
it anhd first-class
LI VERY, FEED
ND SALE STABLE
At Pomaria.
hewy are~ preare~d to do an[ythFing
th. livery business Will kun~ alh
rsd of vebides. and borses for sale.
~rthing tiF&t Class arid at res80i
ilc' prices.
uently meets with disaster. Avery
cien;; doctor to have with you when
Mexican Mustang Liniment.
rs Orl
ig Sores
a fixture upon your
it is your fault, foi
(ICAN
I LINIMENT
luickly and perma
afflictions. There
ibout it ; if this lin
ire will follow.
quickly a burn or scald can be cured
i you have treated it with Mexican
healer it stands at the very top.
LWAY
F NIGXWAT
A08 TA OIL
ma ad Pleaseeu
.ebk with th. a *
ST and W EST.
iSa., Threagh S1eesta.Oe
New Oleas, via Atleua.a
a Pelta wia AUlata ad ve
Ib*ue via .aheg aaaB
Geea en alheegh Teatae.
*w Rates *4o Chauss9a wo
*eM ans eues =w sa ease es
w...TTh.L3.
5. . RMe a.
*p.eO FmAa. .~
ETABLE FAT
LIT V AND~ PURITY
OTHERS
-IERN COTTpN OIL CO1
CAROINASAND GE9RGIAL
SCOLDEN ACE
3 E PURE OLD
i ELINCOLN CO.
ii S*WHISKEY
W,THE JDISTILLERS,
guirantee these goods to be
pure and 2years otd. None
will ship in plain boxes to
pd at te followi dis
I* ti1le's prices:
6 uiBottles,S8.45
S0 FuIl Bottles, 6.55
5 E 2 Full Bottles, 7.90
I * 15 Full l3ottles, 9.70
Your money back if not as
represented. A sample %
pint by express prepaid,
Ifor 50c in stamps.
IAMERICAN SUPPLY CO., Distltlers,
69 aiS.. -mpskls, Tern,.
-
BLUE RIDGE RAILROAD
8. C. BBA1-TIB, Receiver.
In Effect June 8, 1902.
rsetween Anderson and Walhalla.
EA"rBOUND WETBOUN).
ARRIVE. LEAVE.
I Mixed.Mixed
No. 9. No. 12 13tations. No. 11 No. 9
P. X. A. M. P. M. A- M
3 10 9 56...............Belton............... 3 20 10 50
2 48 933 .......&nderson F. D......... 3 40 1110
2 45 9 30 ...... A nderson P. D........ 3 45 11 15
........ 925.......W est Anderson....... 3 49 ........
........ 909...............Denver... .. 3 59.
........90- ......Autun............ 4 05 ........
........855 .Pendleton ........... 4 11 .....
. 8 47 ..............Cherry..........418.
........ 844...... .Adams.............. 42L .......
... 8 28 .....Jo dania Junct ...... 4 33 .......
......825......seneca.5 ......
4 401 .... ....
........ 806........W est Union ......... 5 04 ........
...... 800............W alhalla............ 609
All regular trains fro:n Belton to Walhala,
have precedence over trains of sime ciass
m:oving in the opposite directton unless oth
erwise specified y train order.
Will aiso stop at the following stations to
take on and let off passengers: Phinney's
1 James and Sand Springs.
J. c. AJDR a , Superintendent
Chal'lcStOl adJl6tO CrOlla Rwv CO.
Augusta and Ashevllo Short Line.
Schedule In Effect July 6, 1903,
Leave Augusta................10 10 a m 2 55 p m
Arrive Greenwood.........12 44 p m ............
Anderson .......................... 7 Op i
Laurens................ 1 45 p m 10 30 am
Waterloo (H. 8.)... 1 12 p m ............
Greenville.........-12 22 p m 9 34 an
Glenn Springs...... 4 45 pm ..........
Spartan burg......... So p m 9 00 a m
Saluda............ ...... 5 38 p m .............
Hendermonville..... 6 08 p m ..........
Asheville.......... 7 15 p m ..........
Leave. Asheville............... 7 05p m ......
Spartanburg....._..120tam 830 pnu
Glenn Springs......1000a m .
Greenville ..........12 15 p m I 45 p n
Laurens........ 2 05 p m 6 30 p n
Arrive Waterloo(H. .)... 2 33p m ..........
Greenwood...........2 1 p m 7 45 pu
Leave Anderson ........................... 7 25 a n
Angusta............... 5 20p m 11 85 an
Leave O1umb ia...... 1120 an
N9ewberry.............. 12 42 pn
Clinton . 125 pu
Arrive GreenvillP............. 3 25 p:
Spartanburg ........ 3 30 pa
Glenn Springs...... 4 00 pn
Leave Glenn 8rings...... 10 00 an
Bprabr ......... 12 01l pn
Greenvill ............. 12 5 pn
Arrive Clinton................. 2 22 pn
Newberry............. 8 06 pu
Coluc bia.............. 4 30 pn
Fastent and Best Line between Newberr,
and Greenville. Spartanburg and G eni
Springs:
Connections from Newbe'ry via Columbil
14ewberry and Laurens Railway.
For any Information write.
ERN ET WILLIASS, Gen'. Pas-. Agt..
Aususta, Ga.
T. M. '' _ r u Traffic Manager.
C?1
(E.stern Standard Tin e.)
Southbound. Nort,bbund
Schedule in Effect August 26th 1901
STATIO SB.
8 40 tan Lv Atlanta (s.A.L) Ar. 8 50 pm
10 50 um Athens 6 19 pm
11 t5 am Elberton 5 17 pm
12 8. pm Abbeville 4 0' pm
t 22;,m Greenwood 3 3i rm
2 15pn Ar Clinton (Dn'r) Ly. 2 46 pm
(a.*W.0.)
10 00a<mL. Glenn rins Ar 4 00 pm
12 15a pm t 8 30 pm
12 2 p reevill 3 25pm
[2 ~' (Harrs Springs)
1 12 pm Waterloo 2 35pm
I 43r ma r Laurens (Din'r) Lv 2 '7 pm
53 52
P.M. P
2O2 lv Laurens Ar 1650
2(9 " Parks Ar 1 42
2 23 ..Clinton.. 1 3"
2 84 Goldville 17
2 41 .Kinard.. 10
149 .iary... 14)5
254 .Jalapa.. 10"
3810 2sewberr, 12 46
3 24 Prospert. 12 32
3 34 ....llg1..... [2 23
3 39 Lc Mfountain 12 19
AK.
351 ...Chapin... 1209
8357 Hilton 1202
4 01 White Roch 11 59
4 (7 Ballentine 11 54
4 17 .....rmo..... 11 46
4 23 ..Leaphart.. 11 40
4 45 ArOolumbiaLv 11 20__
4 53 LvColuarbla (A.O L.)Ar 11 '4
6 20 Sumter 965
9 20A r Charllston Lv 74).
Trains 63 and 52 arrive ar d depart froi
new union depot.
Trains 22 Sana 85 from A. C. L. freight 'depo
West Gorvais street
For Rates, Time Tables, or further in form
tion call on any Agent, or write to
W. G. CHTr-DS, T. Ii. EMERRON,
President. TraffecMana er.
I. F. LIVIN(JBTON, H. M. EMR80,
Sot. Agt. . 4on' F'rt.& Pass :gt.
ATLANlTIC COAST LINE
CONDENSED SCHEDPLE.
WILKING'I0N, N. C., .Tuly 2's, -92.
Thron h Trains Charleston to Greenvilla
No.652. No.5
7.00 am.....Lt...Charleuton, 8.C....Ar 9.20 pi
8.35 amn.....Lv.....Lanes..............Ar 6. Opi
9.50 am..L...S.nater..................Ar 4 55 pl
11.10 am.....4r......Coumba....Lv 3.45 pi
i2.29 am. A.r... ert......Lv 2.24 pI
12.42 pm..Ar....... w .......Lv 2. 0 pi
1.25 pm.....Ar....' inton........Lv '.25 p1
!.t7 pm.....Ar...Laurens..........Lv 2.10 pi
3.25 pm.....Ar....Greenvl1e...Lv 12.22 pi
8.80 mm..r....partanburg ........Lv 12-15 P1
FROM COLUMBIA, 8. C.
No.653 Arrive Sumter 6.1p m; eergetow
Daily 9.15 p m; Florence 7.0p '; Darling'o
. i.15p m; Hfertsville 9.O p n; Bennett
P M yille 9.37i0 mi; Gibson 10.30 p m;Faeitt
yille 10.25 p mn; WI'mington i .2 p u
Rocky M'unt 12.45 an; Weldon 1.50 an
.e1rb g 8. 6.a w; Richmond 4.12 an
IWahia on 7.54 am; New York I.53 p1
No. 541 Arrivo Eun ter 8.20 am; Florence 9.
Daily lam; Da:lngton 10.30 am; Cheraw 11.s
(65I am; W -deaboro 2 50 pm; Hartsvil
A 1! 111.20 am harion I0.53 am; Wilmingto
1 40 pm iFayetteville 12-35 pm; Rock
Mount 3.50 pm; Weldon 4.53 pm; F
t -reburg 6.44 pm; Richmond 7.45 pI
WashIngton 1.40 pm; New York 7.1d al
Pullman Sleeping Cars New York to Tampa_
Pullman Dining Car' New York to Savanna
For rates, schcdules, etc , write
W. J. C.alg. Gen. Pass. Aet., Wilmingto:
N C.
T. M. Emerson, Trafme Manager, Wilmini
ton. N. C.
H. M. Emerson, Asa't Trafeo Manager, Wi
mington, N. C.
UQEEDUI.E IN EFFECT AIrER ,TUJE 2, 190).
Daily-Except Sunday.
Lv Glenn8prigU.............. .... 900 a
Roebuck.............~...~.---.--945 a
&.r Spartanburg ..................----0 00 a
Lv patnburg ..-.......-. . 4 p
AroGennb rn................ ..........-- 05 p
Ar len SrInp~1.. 5 sm; Prestie
-W H ISK EY
OF
ALL F AL
K I N 0 5 ? PURPOSES.
"Special Brand" Corn Whiskey, $ 1.2
"Popular Log" Corn Whiskey 1.5
"Popular Log," Old, Smooth,
Mellow..,.. .. .. .. .. ... 2.0
"P:ivate Stock," 4-qt. case . . . 2.5
"Private Stock," 12-qt. case . . 7.0
"Hunting Creek" Rye, 12-qt. case 7.0
"Old Hunting Creek" Rye 12-qt.
case....... ...-. --.. -. . . 10.0
Apple Brandy .. .. .. .. .. .. 2.5
Charge of 25c. for 1-gal., 35c. fo
2-gal., and 45c. for 3-gal. jugs, and 75c
for 4 1-2-gal. kegs; when returned pre
paid, they will be taken back at cost.
i. C. SOMERS & CO., Ois.,
STATES VILLE. North Carolina
SEABOARD
Air Line Railway.
NORTH : EAST : SOUTH : WEST
Two DAILY PULLMAN VESTIBULED
LIMITED TRAINS.
13ETNEEN SOUTH AND NEW YORK.
First Class Dining Car
Service.
The Best Rates and Route to All
Eastern Cities via Richmond and
Washington, or via Norfolk and
Steamers. To Atlanta Nashville,
Memphis, Louisville, St. Louis,
Chicago, New Orleans, and al
Points South and South West.
To Savannah, and Jacksonvill
and all points inFlorida and Cuba.
Positively the Shortest
Line Between the
NORTH and SOUTH.
For detailed information, Rates,
Schedules, Pullman Reserva
tions, &c., apply to any Agent
of the SEABOARD AIR LINE
RAILWAY or J. J. PULLER,
Trav. Pass Agt., Columbia, S. C.
C. B. Walworth, A.G.P.A.,
Savannah, Ga.
THE EQUITABLE
Life Assurance Company
Assets Dec. 31, 1901,
$331,039,720.34
Surplus to
Policy Holders
$71,129,042.06.
Outstanding
Assurance.
$1,179,276,725.00
Absolutely t h e
Strongest Life As
surance Company in
America when meas
ured by its Surplus.
Insures both men and
women. If you are
not assured, or if you
are not fully assured,
take a policy in The
EQUITABLE.
ARTHUR KIBLEP, Ag't. "
Newberry, S. C.
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