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FRAUD ON CONSTITUTIUN.
(Concluded from first page.)
or cunning oonttruotions with his
personal wishs; but to "preservo and
pro'oot the "Constitution to the best
of his ability," and to "faithfully ox
ocuto" its provisions. No proeodents,
nor any number of piocedonts ann
justify it continued departure from
the plain mntdato of the law. The
appeal is to llte constitution itself. It
must bo obeyed, or its authority re
jted.
And it must be said t lit II r. lioose.
volt has boon particularly regardless
of the solo rule for his contuet in
this cast. Th( Hecond provision of the
Constitution, which wo ha ve <luoh"l,
t Its p l in as tho tlintl. lit is re'tinit
to have tho advie tud "eonlstit" of
tho Sonato in order to umako aiy olli
cor of thl 1111th ed Staitts. It is as Vs
sential in the etse of a collector of a
port Its iii tIto iet'is of ii 1itbassai lor
or Chief Justice. All are put oin tho
same plano. Idlool, tho econsent of
the Senato" is just as nec4tsary
under the law, to te imking of it
plort coliot'uor Its to tho inlaking of it
"treaty'' with i a foroigii 'ower. So
much ilutportaict' did itho fratrs of
the (onstithtion attacl to it auttt'r
of filling tho l'tilri od os inl the
soveral F't'tlor"ttod Stfat e ' It is seatrrelt
to lbe suIIpposttl that ir l )ost'\"t
Woul it lmlt tl finh it way tfo ovath
t ho (t ti it ' Iti ill it ini, I i cat it '.
it uthl o lit' tlI\tl'n lititn Ill1111'i
hit Ihetw stinijlttt get~ us bi lin tvu
cese i tit ,l f I m ttat' ihat fe i r' t
t l ll l l i l t of i a ''lit'c ti.r I'.
tho port 'f ('halIht.ort.
Hw lo t s h hmttI t ' it i ih ltIr
tnitltntt' Yti Y T hr"t'te t it' it sut'ct i oi it i
th' ofnimliti on of it r. ('cl ) t) tlli'
las tIt' l' I hil ittil i t i. t' Ititt'
witoit it \ 'ltv , 1of it 't'c t lo sitlti ti
of t hat holly. (In urIohe i ocaiolon,
wvhtnt r+ lunritlt<1 by alr. Ituo. evelt
p)ritleressor, it wats forlnutly rt'j.';t'tl
a Nt1i111 to ho inatho. T'\ict' Sine it
has btnt b l'ionevttel 1a \ tlr. o t' v't
tt diT'rttt s tssioni of dilm nttt ('on
tosss, tlit tiilo Stattilit refuso i toi
itatritio" it i,r* to "co stn t" Io it.
ot ino sootor hio( that hotl\ Itl
joulrn d't, aftt'r its t hlirdi dtl '1rllined't
refutl, than l\tr. loosevelt orl it
hitu to bt itiutmiS l'ionet, to lill thit'
tiieo of eolhltctoorf It your, oihl
I thallow trittieO that ht wits htiltI
comitttsSionot , tt 11(0aun t he l i t Ilt
tlomal pr ovision, to "fill at vaicltne\
(hat had "happunedl duiring; tho r"
ross of thett oat itte." hoelt' t
I etI i is is netl'oii' i littr ist itt,1
tatatur of inttait'u eretin" ofs ctin,
iirgatii lit' ortt iofi ai fratidu'let nt per
v~ers .lan vijn i t os e,
agn.\ rrt iin,lid bevr at al momet'
sees ied ip'en Sdd'i viii.O
Mot tRemarkablte Cst r ideutfictio
'thav t ftpp nd t litop Narlt One
Wha issl to ithi s da lie ftheit.'
mpostl tit remrkbt scavtrof idest ih'a
tohipm. nal nehnre e
Pres. Ien theio year gr8 i tere hut
hed s itige itend li raytl'r seenh
paneiedbya seofrvat'.e to
<i3atter inet the btest'htl. ''The
3th ot. was litte coieinr amyusot
a uotis h eaolbi" o yy e p
"What of it?" was the return.
"Do you remember a man in a
bluo ruit. who carried your trunk ono
stormy night to t ho hlotel toma?Y"
"1 do," the stranger answortd.
")o you recall that on the way
from the post wagon to the hotel the
muan told you ht had f'ught in the
Spanish atrmy, and ho showed to vou
a eabro cut on t rho frornd which ho
recoived whilo in that. sorS ic,"
"'lhat, too is orruet, niud I dis
missod you % ith a F+'runoh voin, not
having rhanuged nough money to
thocurrenoy of thu country," maid
tie t ravellr.
'Thle prisone0r b rushcd, his hair
back froim his forehe I and showo'd
over thit' l ft trnple ia dop srar.
THE OLD
Absoluf
THERE IS NN
THE NEWBERRY
STEAM LAUNDRY
Respectfully solicits
the business of this
commv1unity. With the
latest improved m1a
chinery and the most
approved methods of
cleaning the linen; a
thorough'knowledge of
the business and most
complete devices of
the trade. combined
with politenoss and
careful attetiion to the
wants of their datrons,
they trust to please
everyone. Their work
is gtuaranteed to be
first class in every
11( 90WIlllTI\ ti:ll iii 1Jllll(I1ly,
1.. 1P. A tili . isssee.
Watches, Clocks,
$iluer and Plate Ware,
Cut Glass and Table Ware
SU/TABL.E FOR
Wedding and Birthday Presents
Key winding Watches
Changed to Stem
Winders.
Eduard Scholtz,
Ginge
TH E
On the
FOR S/'
W. G. MayE
Gilde
'rho orime for whieb he was on
trial had heen committed in Florence
on tho very day the two mn were'
together in Home. The Jidge no -
coptt'd tiht) alibi and acquitted the
pritoner.
'Thre wookK later three highway
munl wore oaptured tollowing a rob
hory of tit' post wagon bound sout1h0
from Floronoo. 1'he thrc prioners
woro t ho t ravollor, him Hervant. and
tho man with the sear. The ''travel
t''r" anhi K 1oisrvant ha(I gone to
l"lort'eco toroily to got. their con
fedoratto ont of at sorapo, and the trick
wouIl halvo suecoooded had not the
throo ('ontiu11nd their operationa and
bteoin eaught. All thron wore son.
tone'.tl to (leath.
RELIABLE
a"
IDER
ely Pure
SUBSTITUTE
Master's Sales.
STA'I (1" S0I'l'TI 'AI01.LNA,
t't)l'N' 01- NI:\Wil:iv -N
t'trui M0N P'l.I-:AS.
CN. 1. lI e rs. I'laintil. vs. D lem ps
\\illin-, :. 1U. Schtumpert &k Co.,
1)ttrntlatnts.
1"Y ttl;ll t. ol" T'll-": COUTt 'l
) hertein. I will sell at tublic outcry.
bifr t' tlhe Court Iouse ioor at New
berr . bet w\nt'tt t he legal hours of sale,
ttn t ht tirst \onday in April. 1903, the
Ioflto\ iin '-serilbetd property, to wit:
All i t tact. piece or parcel of land
sit ilt, lyVinig :ut being in the county
of New\beirr. State of Sonth Carolina,
contit nini nig ur (-) Acres, more or less,
and bunitidtd by luuls of G. M. Howers,
1. 11. I)(mini ekit , and (Gt'orge Wheeler.
Term i f 1 Sale: ('ash. Purchaser to
ii. II. R IKARD,
Mlaster Newberry County.
t rs )tlite. \1 arch 9, 1903.
S''A'l'1 O1" SOUT'I'll CAROLINA,
l'o' N'1Y F Nl\IHIRRY -IN
('t)\l\h)N I'b-AS.
Vo.tter N. Miartin. as Administrator of
the Personal itate of .James N.
MIaritini. decieased, P.Ilaint iff, vs. D)oug
las Garmany,iiiv et al. , D)efendants,
> heein I illsel atjpublicoucy
befor ltp'tte 'ourt I louse ioor in New
hie'rry h et wt'en the legal hours of sale,
on thle first Monday in April, 1903, the
ftollowing dtescribetd propertyv, to wit:
All that t raet or plantati'on of' Iand
lyiInt litbiing situnate in Newberry
(Coiinty, St ate of' South Carolina, conl
t aitinig Tirty1 -Ninew (:39) Acres, more or
It'ss. amnl boundited by lanids ot 10. S.
Coppociltk. NIri. Tlhos. Lake, \V. Y. Fair,
and A. ('. Weltchi
lT'eruis of Sale: Cash. P nuchaser tc
pay ttor piape'rs.
* ~ 11. 1I. RIKARD),
NIatM'' Iastetr Newbeirry County.
Mate'sIlice, Marteb 9. 1903.
N~Joti ce to r red itors
Co'., a brmiit tcomposiOed of Dav id flipl
antI Wmii. T1. 11 atton, andi as Adlmn
is tra tor of Wm't . TI I at ton, dleceas4ed,
hI'int ilT, aigaiinst Wmn. D)avid I lattoi
antd Annuit' 10. I attin, D efendlants.
T'iIl. CRln.ITORS 01" WM. T.'
qi it ton diic sied, arehereby r.
lishi t' e sont lit Iore' me on or bt'fort
Sit e I tlh a .tof A pril, 1903, and t.hey
*art' hetrtby enjotinetd frtom suting upor0
tip titheri'w j;t prosec utinug t hteir demands
Ii. II. Rikard,
\l asteri Newberry (Cotuty.
Miaste's> ( IIlit't, N:arch Iu3, 19103.
r le !
BEST
Market
LE BY
~s and
r & Weeks.
Probate Judge's $ale.
SI'ATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWJERRY-IN
PHOBATE COURT.
J. Burr Stockman, Plaintiff, against
Mary Thomas et al, Defendants.
B Y ORDER OF THE COURT HERE
in will I sell before the court house
door at Nowborry on salesday in April
(6th day) 1903, the following described
real estate:
All that tract or parcel of land situ
ate in said county containing seven
acres, and boundedty lands of J. A
Enlow, Precious Prisock, St Luke's
church land and Hlawkins, Miniek and
Mary Thomas.
Terms-Cash.
J. C. WILSON, J. P. N. C.
of
Newberry, S. C.
Capital - - - $50,000
Surplus - - - 19,500
Paid Stockholders
since organization 21,000
Paid Depositors in
Savings depart
ment since or
ganization - - $9,200
A man working by the day is paid
for the time he puts in at work, but
when that man saves a dollar for his
day's labor it works for him nights,
as well as days; never lays off on ac
count of bad weather and never gets
sick, but goes right on earning him
an income. It's a nice thing to work
for money, but it's much nicer to
have money working for you. Try
it---open a savings account with us
an. get tome money working for you.
Make a deposit in the Savings de.
part mont. today and let it begin to
work for you. Interest computed at
-1 per cent January I and July 1 of
each year.
Note Our Steady Growth.
DEPOSITS.
January 1, 1897-$ 36,416 29
January 1, 1898-$ 34.030 40
January 1, 1899-$ 42,326 78
January 1. 1900-$ 68,805 90
January 1, 1901-8104,081 62
January 1, 1902-$137,404 15
January 1, 1903-$163,161 61
The OmmerciaI Bank
OF NEWBERRY, S. C.
O1'FICERS.
JNO. M. KINARD, President.
0. 11. MAY ER, Vice Pres't.
Z F. WRIGPT, Cashier.
.1J NMC(AI' UHRIN, Bookkeeper.
InECTORS.
L. W. FLOYD, Gen. Man. Newberry
Oil Mill.
P. C. SMITH, of Smith Bros.
W. 11. HUNT Attorney at Law and
Solicitor for the Bank.
GEo. S. MowER, Attorney at Law.
0. B. MAYER, Physician, and Pres"
Newberry Land and Security Co.
GEO. W. SUMMER, Pres't Molloho
. Cotton Mills.
A. J1. GlIlSON, Planter.
Z/. I'. WumRiG T. Cashier,
JTNO. M. K INARD, President.
We pay interest in Savings Depart
ment at rate of
qo per annum.
ATTENTION
FARMERS
Call and see my line o1
Deering Binders,
Mowers and Rakes
The celebrated
Thomas Disc and
Smoothing Harrows
sold on easy terms.
J. W. WHITE
-THE
National Badk of' Newberry S (
(E~sTAnLIsHmED IN IS'/I.)
Capital -. - - - - $150,000.00
Surplusland Profits - 96,865.88
Ge,neral bianking business Lransacted
with p)romptness. Special attention to
..olletions. Correspondence solicited
Savings Department.
Deoposits allowed interest at the rate
of 4 per cent per annum from date of
deposit. Interest p)ayable January 1st
and July13 1st of each y'ear.
M. A. CAntIsLE, Prest,.
TI. .S D)UNOAN, (Cashier.
.1.~ NI MMONS. As.t. C'r
VIA
ILLINOIS CENTRAL
RAI LROAD.
VERY LOW RATES
TO THE
WEST, NORTHWEST
AND
CALI FORN IA.
COMMENCING FEBRUARY 15.
ENDING APRIL 30.
Free Chair Cars Union Depots.
FAST TRAINS.
For full in formation, pamphlets,
rates and tickets, adldressi
FRED D. MILLER,
Trav. P'ass. Agent,i
No. 1 Hb.wm mlg. Aant. .
One-Way Settlers' Rates.
The Atlantic Coast Laine Iailroad
Company will participate in one-way
settler's rates from Ohio and Mississip
pi river gateways---Cininnati, Ohio,
haouisville, Ky., vansville, id., I>adu
cah, Ky., Cairo, Ill., St. L,ouis, Mo.,
and points beyond, also in basing rates
from Memphis, Tena., (tickets not to
be sold from Memphis proper), for
SEAB
AIR - LINE
NORTH -- SOUTH
Two Daily Pullman Vc
Between SOUTH a
FIRST-CLASS DIN
The Best Rates and Rc
Via Richmond and
Norfolk and Stear
Nashville, Mempl
Louis, Chicago, Nc
Points South and Soutl
and Jackson?ville an<
and Cuba.
PosrLn T-:i Sn
NORTH Ab
*ii'For detailed informatio
man reservations, etc.. app
board Air L.ine Railway. o
Passenger Agent, Coluimbi
C.B.WALWORT, A
SAVAN N
SUPERIOR IN QU
'1TO A1 .
o Address SOUTHl
SAVAN'~NAH, GA~ THE(
TIRE SOUTHLE
The Groat Highway of
THROUGH THE SO
bAsenea Service Quick 7
Any Trip Is a Pleasw,
Tw'avel via THE soU
The Finest Dining-Car
For detailed information as to T ick
watlons address the nearest Agen
W A TRI. .H.h
W ASTH .C.WSIN
E
4D(; VC
OiRT C %
Fa'lorTi d
Forite , hd,
tion. wr.ite to
Points on and North of the line of the
Frisco System (Memphis to Kansas
(ity), to the destinations located on this
system or to which this company forms
lpirt of an authorized ticketing route, at
rate of one-half of the standard one
way fare phis $2.00.
Dates of sale include from and be
tween March 3 and November 17, 1903.
For further information see ticket
agent.
DARD
- RAILWAY.
- EAST -- WEST.
stibuled Limited Trains
nd NEW YORK.
ING CAR SERVICE.
ute to all Eastern Cities
Washington, or via
aers. -- -To Atlanta,
is, Louisville, St.
.w Orleans, and All
Iwest-T-o Savannah
i all points in Florida
I'nt:sr' LINI-' BL TWlI-IN
UD SOUTH.
nI rates, schedules, Pull
ly to any agent of The Sea
r J. J. Puller, Traveling
1. S. C.
sst.(in.Pass. Agt.,
AH, GA.
i V AND PUR
oT: Rs
ERN COTT<E
AROLJNAS A -
RN RAILWAY
TRADE and TRAVL
UTIIERN STATE~S.
ime Convenient Jahedules
-e Trap to those who
rHERN RAILWAY.
Service in the World.
ets. Rates and Sleeping-Car remer
of THlE SOUTHiERN RAILWAY.
tWICK. W. Hi. TAYLot,
er. Agent. Assista.at Cen. Paese.nger Agent.
N. D C. ATLEANTA CA
JGN FARp o Ji?{VL
Cuba.
InecelledC( for luxury
lihI the latest Pullman,
oroughlfar1e Cars.
PLaps or anly lnforuma
CRAG,
ueeral Passenger- Agent,
WVilhmin1gton, No C.
BLUE RIDGE RAILROA
H. C. BEA'TIE, Receiver.
in E'et June 8,k1902.
autwuen Andereuon and Walhalla.
i.AailimN1 . - WAMTOU14D
ARItUVE. LEAVE.
Mixed. Mixed
No. 9. No. 12 itations. Mo. I1 No.
P. M. A.M. P.M. A,t
8 10 9 66...............Belton............... 8 90 10 60
2 48 9 88........andorson F. D......... 3 40 3110
2 45 980........a nderson P. D......... 8 46 1 16
........ 926........WostAnulu son....... 849 .......
--...... 9 09...............Denver.............. 8 69 .......
-------- 902.............Autun ............405 ........
SPendleton........... 411 .......
........ 8 47...............Oherry............... 4 18 .
"""". 844-.- ....Adams............421.
. 8 28 ....Jo. danlta Junot... ... 4 88 ........
-...... 8 25.........,...... eneca.............. 4
440
........ 8 0 ----- ..Wtst Union ....... 604 ...
. 800.-.......... Walhalla ............ 609 ........
All regular traiiu frot Belton to Villha
bavo precedence over trains of aime class
n ovlng In the opposio dirootton unless oth
oo a o a the following stations to
Jatnen and Sand' otPassengers: Phinney's
. 1. AN u , Superintendent
Charleston aldosterurCarolina Rwy Co.
Augusta and Ashevillo Short Line.
Schedule in liffoot July (1, 190,
Leavo August-a...............10 10 a m 2 55 p in
Arrive (reenwood...........12 44 p in .............
Anderson .....-...-... 7 lop m
Laurons................. 1 45 p m 10 80 aw
Waterloo (H. 8.)... 1 12 p m .............
Greonvillo............12 22 p in 9 80 am
(llenn 8prings...... 4 46 pm .............
Spartan burg......... 3 80 p m 900 a m
8aluda ...........688 pm
WId ni..... 6 03 p m ......
A.-+aevlllo. ......... 71 m ............
LIeavo;Asbovlllo............... 7 05p m
Sartanburg.........12 01 a in 8.80 p m
G .. 8 >rlbgs... "...10 00 a in
Greenville ,. ..25 p "
A are...... ..','. 20p in 0 p m
Arrive Waterloo(...)... 2 a8 p m
re avoe .ndorson . -.... -......... ..... 7 25 a m
Augusta.............. 6 20p m 11 8 a m
Le ave ColunsEi,~^,..... - i i 20 a~~m
Newborry 12 42 pin
Clinton ---.. --.-1 26 pn
Arrivo Greonvill- -8 9 pin
Npnrt.anburg ----..- 8 30 pin
Glenn 8prings.. 4 00 pa
Leave Glein Strings...... ~ 1000 am
Spartanburg.------- 1201 pin
Greenvilla......,...... 12 6 pm
Arrlv.' Clitaon ............. 2 2% pi
Newborry........-80 pm
- (,a1u '. bl a.. . --.. 4 30 pin
tInolutst atl ttost Lino betweet Nowborry
d llretuanvllle. 8, artl anbtrg and (lonu
(pt"tngs :
('onneotin 8 fromt Newbo ry via Columbia
Nt' wburry attal Iantiens hauilway.
For an- Inforntatloll wr,to.
MIRNk T1 1ILtAl , Geon. P'as+. Agt
, ,Auvusta , (.a.
'rafnk M anutaer.
(Eastern Standard Time.)
Southbound. Northbound.
Schedule in Etl'oot August 25th 1902.
8TATION 8.
H -10 ain Lv Atlanta (6.A.L) Ar. 8 60 pin
10 50 am Atheons 19 pm
11 55 at Elberton 6 17 put
12 .s pmt Abboville 4 05 pm
1 22 I'm (reonwood 3 36 pnm
2 Ilapi Ar Clinton (Din'r) Lv. 2 45 pin
(O.&w.o.)
10 00 sim Lv (lonn Bprings Ar 4 00 pin
12 15 pin 8parlanburg 8 80 pin
12 2 pm (reenville 8 25 pm
.larris Springs)
1 12 pm Waterloo 2 85 pm
1 42j-m n r Laurens (Din'r) Lv 2 (7 pm
63 52
P M. Pig.
202 Lv Lanrona Ar 160
2 C9 " Parks Ar 1 42
222 ..Cllnton.. I80
2 84 Goldyllt. 1 17
2 43 ..Kinard.. 1 10
24-19 ...Gary. 1 05
264 ..Jalapa.. 100
.3 10 !Nowberry 19 46
3 24 Prosperity 12 82
3 34 ....8ligb.... 1223
339 1t Mountain 12 19
AM.
361 ...Chapin... 1209
357 Hilton 1202
4 01 White Rook 11 69
4 (7 Ballen tine 11 64
417 ...Irmo..... 1 46
4 21 .Leaphart.. ii 40
415 ArOolumibiaLY 11 20
3)m am
I 65 LyColumbia (A.o.L.)Ar II 30
(1 20 Bumter 96 '.0
9 20 Ar Charlston Lv 7 00
T1raine 63 and( 52 arrivo and deopart tram
ne0w tunionI depot.
Trains 22 and 85 from A. C. L,. freight depot
W est (Gervais street,
For Rates, TImo Tables, or further iniformna
lion call on any Agent,, oxr writo to
W. (3. C1li1LD), T, M. EMERSON,
PresIdent. .' Trafile MIanger.
.1. F. IVINUMTON, 11. M. EMERSO N,
, So'. -' '' Gian'1 Frt. & Pss Agt.
* nitu,n. . ( Wilington. N. (1
CURSE*
OF
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WHITE RIBBON REMEDY
No taste. No odor. Can be given in
glass of' water', tea, or coffee without
patient's knowledige.
White*1 Ribbon Remedy wvill cure or
dlestr'oy the diseased appetite for alco
hoh e stimulants, whether the patient is
a confirmed imebriate, a "'tippler,'' so
e.ml drlinker or. drunkard. m>ii ossible
f or anyone to have an appetite for alco
holic hlIluors after using White Ribbon
Remedy.
Indlors5ed by Members of WV. C. TV. U.
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Woman 's Christ.ian Temp)erance Union,
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te.sted White Ribbon Reined'- on ver~y
ob)stm ate dIruntk ards, and the'cures havej
been many. In many eases the Remedy*
wasil given secr'etly. I cheerfully recom--1
mend and mtdorse White Ribbon Reme
dy3. Memb)ers of our Union are deC
lighted to find( an1 economical treatment
to mid us in our3 temperance work." ''u
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age ltree by writmag Mrs. A. M. 'lown
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mlonit St.. Hostoni, Mass. So d( in New
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