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HOW DREYFUS srEND'4 HIS LIFE.
Appears In streets of Paris Without Dis
gutee-,seldom Recogniz -d.
It is not generally known that
Capt. Alfred Dreyfus is living a
quiet and retired life in a cosy little
suburban house in Paris. , Every
day he may be seen on the streets of
Paris, in the Louvre and the great
libraries; yet no one recognies hin:
because they do 'not know him.
Curiously enough he wears no dis
guise. He has frequently brushed
elbows with his greatest enemies.
Not many days ago, for instance, an
officer who gave evidence against
him at . the famous Rennes trial
begged his pardon, unconscions of
the perstonality he was-addressing.
These facts were told to the writei
by a gentleman, a great personal
friend of the much condemned man,
who pointed out the house occupied
by the famous prisoner of Devil'E
Island, as we passed down a quiel
suburban thoroughfare of the world'E
ga3 est city. He had had an inter
view with Dreyfus that very week
He found him writing at his desk ae
unconcernedly as a retired banker
determined to take life easy.
He explained that he accepted tb
"pardon," which many declare hE
should not have -done, at the soli
advice of his friends, and on the
understanding that he could appea
from the decision. This chance hai
gone, now that the President haw
proclaimed an amnesty for all con
Dreyfus, vontinued my friend, ii
not a sympathetic man at first sighi
-rather the other way. But th
more you see of him-and I hav
chatted with him sonme seven of
eight times during the presen
year-the more you like him. Afte
-each conversation your opinion ,o
him improves. You quickly die
- cover this fact, that he views witi
broad humanity the motives and acta
of the men who made him curse th<
hour of his birth a thousand times
e He acknowledged to me one da:
that his natural inborn reserve ha<
made him many enemies.
"Until I met my wife," he onet
said to me, "I never cared for tb
N society of any body. It was wrong
but I never knew it until too late.
sought no friends and acquaintance
because I had not the inclinati
and because my ambition to sacceee<
made me careful of my time. Th<
- hours devoted to friendly intercour&<
would be better spent in study,:
'thought. When I joined the gen
oral staff, for instance, I made not
single call-just sent my card te
superiors 'and comrades alike. I
made bad blood; they thought mW
Drey.Ns admits, without a shadow
of hesitation,, that many features o
his case are unexplained to this day
He has many sincere friends wh<
visit him frequently. Zola was
regular viertor to hi house. Thui
ilie ex.prisoner of Devil's Islant
spend his time,~ happy in the conifi
dence and love of his wife and ebil
dren. With the exception of th<
. police acid a few special friends, u
one knows of his whereabouts.
If Paris knew tbat the author oj
that historical and startling book
"Five Years of My Life," in whiet
- the writer tells of his sufferings dur
ing his five years' banishment, wat
walking its streets like an ordmrarn
citizen, it would go into convulsions
But Dreyfus-nor his most intimati
friends, for that matter-is not like
ly to satisfy its curiosity by makius
she Did, Tot'.
"Where did you spend .the s.um
mer'!" asked the front. row ebornE
"I toured Switzerland in an auto,'
said the little girl with the saucy
"I took the waters at Aix les
Bains," said the girl with the dia
mond buckles on her slippers.
"I summered at Newport," said the
dreamy blonde in the pink slippers.
"I studied Shakespare while in the
White Moun Hns," said the auburn
haired one who led the grand
.'-I worried with my modiste in
dear Paree," gurgled the girl who
never could catch step.
"And what did you do this sum
mer?" they all asked of the first
"I "' ebe murmured. "Ob. I
SIR THOWAR LIPTON 5ENDS CHAL
For the Third Tni He Will ConteMt for the
Went Cnp-portM on Land and on
London, Oct. 7.-Sir Thomas Lip
ton's third challenge for a series of
races for t be America's cup was
signed this afternoon at Belfast.
Ireland, by the officials of the Royal
Ulster Yacht club. Hon Chas. Rus
sell represented Sir Thomas Lipton.
The challenge was immediately
posted and goes to New York on the
White Star Line steamer Oceanic,
which sails from Liverpool tomor
The fact that the challenge was
mailed to New York was not pub
lished here today, but the comments
made on the subject by yachtmen
when informed of it by a representa
tive of the AssQciated Press indicate
that yachting men in Great Britain
identify themselves as completely
and enthusiastically with this chal
lenge as they did with the one which
Mr. Fife has approached the prob
lem of producing a winner in a man
ner radically different from that
employed in the construction of any
previous challenger. Hitherto the
idea dominating the design was to
secure length and power. The lines
and measurements of the Shamrock
II, suggest that the first idea hss
been to get a boat better suited tq
autumn weather off Sandy Hook.
The cballenger will be built at the i
1 Dennys yard and uickei steel will be
employed throughout -her frauee,
plating, deck and principal spars.
THE bUPREE COURT.
A Rumor Alleged to Havf originated In
Colmnbta omes From Anderson.
[Columbia Record, 6th.]
r The following story is printed in
t the Anderson Mail:
r "An interesting story is going the
frounds among the Anderson lawyers
and politiciang. The story comes
here from Columbia and is to the
Seffect that Chief Justice McIver, of
Sthe State Supreme Court, who has
been in wretched health for several
Smonths, has decided to tender his
Iresignation. The resignation, it is
said, will be tendered about the first
of the year.
SNaturally there has been more or
less speculation as to his successor.
[According to the story in circulation
Shere a movement is on foot to have
SAssociate Justice Pope elected to the
Sposition of chief justice, and then, it
ls said, Justice~ Pope's place wi. I go
Sto an up-country man, and Hon. J.
SP. Cary, of Pickens, is spoken of the
Sthe most available and at tbe sawue
time the most suitable man for the
No one here knows how such a
story originated. Chief Justice Mc
SIver is a very sick man, but is he has
Sany idea of resigning it has not been
made known here. But should such
a thing occur, Mr. Cary would not be
the only candidate by any means.
But until Chief Justice McIver acts,
if he has any such intention, it is
)not worth while to worry about the
I Wood's Seeds.
AM GRAY 0ORTUF
SSown in Septec? er --.r October,
)make a much larger yie!dUig and
Smore profitable crop; !n Wheat.
They can also be grr.zed during the
winter and early sprang and yield
just as larg,ely of~ graLin afterwards.
Wood's Fail Catalogue tells all
a boiut Veg(table and Farm ,
Se&eds for Fall Penting, Seed
Vetches, Grass an
Clover Seeds, etc.
Write for Catalogue and priLes
Sof any Seeds desired.
T. W.WOOD di 80N8.
'Seeihme::, Richmond, Va.
Wood's Fall Catalogue also tells about
SVegetable and FLowe -Se -ds, Straw
b:ry and Vegetable Plants, Lawn
Gras, Hacinhs,Tulips, etc.
Caaogue mailed free upon request.
Q COLDEN ACE
aa PURE OLD
i MLINCOLN CO.
WE, THKE .DISTFILLERS,
guarantee these goods to be L
pure and '1 years old. None
better at any price. We A.&
I ? will ship in plain boxes to L
any address, express pre
paid at the following dis- A
I'tiller's prices: |"
-5 Full Bottles, $3.45 -
10 Full Bottles, 7.90
I2 Full Bottles, 970 ol
Yo u oe, ack iootsi
reprsene. bAc sample as
rprented epssaped y(
AMEICA 50PPL COstm, Dihles
668MERICN S P.Y ., Depis.tles, tl
IF YU i.J n
with this gargle your throat of
ect always fres
For Cuts, Mashes
need only to apply
a few times and the sor
be conquered and the w
To get the best results
of soft cloth with the lin
wound as you would a p
25c., Moc. ax
KEEP AN EYE ON R*"
diseases among your fowls use b
.s O U']sd
a.Ia..s.. a W.
New Tewg ad FVeseda,
and svaa.a. e w
3meellent wevise ad
ma== .eth seae
Winue.TeAM t . eee
a. w. uewT.
We recommend these Whiskeys as d
iue are warranted and unquestioned.
ae no traveling men or agents. We si
>Ibslte satisfaction. Goods shipped ii
rte for our new Catalogue.
y our MOUNTAIN DEW
eawzuzas: Third National Bank
or Southern Express Agent.
SEDULE IN EFFECT AFTEit JU?i 2 191).
t enn .spriaa...... ....... --- --9 t0U v
partanburg ......... .. . ...-- 000 a
> arta bu rg ......... ..--- '4 p
> ebuck. ......... ... -.. .. .
armers! Bring errser,1 th at fri:
Aurba lao~:rs 28 the S3 *$o Far
ia, Oio e 28 a' 1- . ai
iaed tot do erylan. a- '1 . ~a
a a ria ma v..ac. "I can be
"> . :: exican Mustang Lan
nt iuto a glass half full of water and
en it will quickly cure a Sore Throat.
L in your memory:
and all Open Sores, y=
ness and inflammation wi l
unded flesh healed.
you should saturate a pieos
iment and bind it upon tb
id . --0O a bottle.
- poultry and at the very firstsign of
a TLeg u boan- onimnr .
.alth and Pleasuse
Beech with the a
1ST and W EST.
eas. Thu.Egh Sleeping.@.s
ad New @uleams, uWAa Atlaet
da Petat. vi Atlant ad yea
?ther vSa Lua.h3i:vg. RamaB
en 3Aehmead. bawfl.3 ad
'yts. enall The.e=gh tee.
Lw Rates to Chasteeto ae
Sae.uta ad 1Wee Daia
s e a Res.ets new em seIe
Amse. Oem. Paae00,
0 Aessee, e.
5. 0. 5UAas.
8 s8uFainy Use
4 FULL QUARTS,
Froma 7 tio 10 years old,
QUART - QUAET
Old Colouial Cluib Bouquet
i hgrade lurs. g t medicOOinal vir
a pan bx.Crsre w aH.Glasses FRB
SPECIAL, $2.00 per SALLON.
springs D)ist. Co.,
I --T HE
M~tolli Baii of Nederry 8
m (E8TABISHED.IN I1'7I.)
"' Capital--- -- --$150,000.00
o' Surplus and Profits - 96,865.88
General banking~ busines~ 1tcra ed
with promptr, a. Spil tin-mt
- collections. CjrrespondJenc'. so.:o-"e.
ts Savings DeEtet
at Deposits alle wed inwnflt al u,, .s,tt
of 4 per cent per aninm fra;in tMi o1
di deposit. lazt' padg aJ'e P ouL) s t
and July 1st of each ye*ar.I
Vj* . GA R LILk., '' .
ItT. D fUNQ3N'isi
J. u% M Sl.MNv A-3s-.
Our Soda Fountain
offers so many de
licious and whole
some Drinks that
we know not which
to mention first.
Our Ginger Ale
Is in great demand be
cause so refreshing.
Juice Beverages are
popular. Of course
there is nothing quite,
takes the place of our
Milk Shakes. Come
here for your Soda
P. S. Order your Cream
by the gallon from us.
BROILED OR RAW.
Fish, Game, Harn
and Eggs, Etc.
- IN FIRST-CLASS MANNER -
And Served on Short
- Notice at -
S. B. 1ONES'
R ESTA URAN T.
Air Line Railway..
NORTH: EAST :SOUT'H: WEST
Two DAILY PULLMAN VES'lIBULED
BETNEEN SOUTH AND NEW YORK.
First Class Dining Car
Tb. Best Rates and Ronte to All
Eastern Cities via Rieh mbod and
Washington, or via Norfolk and
Steatmers. To Atlanta Nashville,
Mempisa, Louisville, St. Louis,
Chicago. New Orleans, and ali
Points South and South West.
To Savannab, and Jaekcsoville
and all points inFlorida and Cuba
Positively the Shortest
Line Between the
_NORTH and SOUTH.
F. r detaderle inf..rmtiton., Rat.s,
tions, &"', aplPPy to atn" 4~*n
of the~ SEABOARD AIR LINE f
RAILWAY or J J. PUJLLER,E
Triv Pass. Agt , Columibia, S. C
C. B. Walworth, A.G.P.A.,
1ud iuris 3ou all to i'.sp.ct .lbemI.
To kin.g .au for pa:-t i vors, and
ipiug for ai conJtlinu et -, I amfl yours3
or the mn.V
Jrwer and Optician.
Dr. WoltSENTy t "iEr
PIN vu.ESS ur of anu
AIULS fiIl audnm
large book of par
i~i~ ticulars on home or
ment. Addresssanatorium treat
Whiskey Curs 104 N. Pryor Street,
New Flritre Store!
When you are in Newberry don't
fail to call at the New Furniture
SHELLY & DEAN,
back of Miwnaugh's, on Friend street,
to bay your Furniture. Their goods
are all new and just from the fac
tories, up to date in tinish, style and
workmanship. We carry a full line of
in fact everything in the house fur
nishing line. Wt+ are also prepared
to do first class repair work on
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Musical
Instruments, Sawing Machines and
Furniture of all kinds. Give us a
trial and be convinced that we are
the cheapest in town.
Yours for low prices,
Newberry, S. C.
Life Assurance Company
Assets Dec. 31, 1901,
Absolutely t h e
Strongest Life As
surance Company in
ured by its Surplus.
Insures both men and
women. If you are
not assured, or if you
are not fully aissured,
take a policy in The
ARTHUR KIBLEFI, Ag't.
Newbsrry, S. C.
-W HISK EY~
K I N 0 5S PURPOSES;
"Special Brand" Corn Whiskey, $ 1.25
"Poular Log" Corn Whiskey 1.50
"Poplar Log," Old, Smooth,
Mllow ............. 20
"Private Stock," 4-qt. case .- . 2.50
"Private Stock," 12-qt. case .. 7.00
"Hunting Creek'' Rye, 12-qt. case 7.00
"Old Hunting Creek" Rye 12-qt.
case. .. .. .. .. ..-'.-.-.1000
Apple Brandy. .. .. .. .. .... 2.50
Charge of 25c. for 1-gal., 35c. for
2-gal., and 45c. for 3-ga. jugs, and 75c.
for 4 1-2-gal. kegs; when returned pre
paid, they will be taken back at cost.
J. G.SOMERS & CO., Dis.,
STATES VILLE, North Carolina.
At R. J. Miller's Restaurant meals
can be had at all hours on short no
ticA. Fish, Ste~ak and all seasonable
dishes served. The Restaurant will
not be closed down during the sum
mer, but will be in fall blast to serve
te public with the best the market
ctn affird. Prompt, polite and at
tentive servants always glad to serve
I also keep one of thbe choicests
stocks~ of Fauwcy Groceries ever
b)rought to this city. (Call to see me.
R. J MILLdBR
Ail Raes are
- OF- -
FOR SALE BY
(E .stern Standa
Sch du e in Effect August 25th 1902
8 40 am Lv Atlanta (S.A.L) Ar. 8 50 pm
10 50 am Athens 6 19 pm
11 55 am Elberton 5 17 pm
12 58 pm Abbeville 4 05 pm
1 22 pm Greenwood 8 85 pm
2 15pm Ar Clinton (Din'r) Ly. 2 45 pm
10 00 am Lv Glenn Springs Ar 4 00 pm
12 15 pm Spari anburg 8 80 pm
1 2 pm Greenville 8 2 pm
1 12 pm Waterloo 2 35 pm
1 42 7rm ar Laurens (Din'r) Lv 2 17 pm
22 6 52 85
Daily Frt Diy Ft
Ex Sun. Ex Sun
A.' r. P .s ry- A.X
600 02 Lv Laurena Ar 150 500
61: 207 " Parks Ar 142 450
g6 40 2 2 ..Clinton.. 1 80 :48%
658 234 Goldville 117 851
1708 2 43 ..Kinard.. 110 8 40
717 249 .Gary... 105 881
7 26 2 54 ..Jalapa.. 1 00 8 22
800 310 tewberry 1246 800
18 2a 3 24 erosperity 12 82 $22
18 42 3 34 ....Slighs.... [28 20
8 55 3 39 Lt Mountair 1219 156
9 15 351 ...Chapin... 1209 .139
924 357 Hilton 1202 129
9 29 4 '1 White Rc-ck 11 69 124
9 3i 4 (7 Ballentine !l 64 115
9 52 4 17 .Irmo.... 11 46 100
:1002 423 ..Leaphart.. 1140 1248
10 30 4 45 ArColnumbiatV1120 1280
4 55 LvColun'bia (A.C.L.)Ar 12 10
6 20 Samter 9 50
9 20 Ar Charleston Lv 7 00
Traina 68 and 52 arrive and depart, from
new union depot
Trains 22 ar,d 85 from A. C. L. freight depot
West Gcrvais street
For Rates, Time Tables, or further Informa
tion call on any Agent, or write to
W. G. CHILDS, T. M. EMERSON,
President. Tramo Manag.
Y1. LIVINGSTON. H. M. EMEBBON,
Sot. Agt. r?en'I Frt. & Pass Agt.
Of.inrr'. . s. . W1'n^ingtou. Y. C.
ATLANTIC COAST LINTl
WILMNGTON. N. C., uly 2:st, 12.
Throu., b Trains Charleston to Greenville.
No. M2. No. 58.
7.00 am.....Lv.Charleston, 8.C......Ar :9.1 pm
8.35 am.....Lv......Lanes..................Ar 6.20 pm
9.50 an".....Lv.....8umter..................Ar 4 55pm
11.10 am....Ar.......Colmbia...........T,i 8.45 pm
12.29 am.....Ar..... Prosperity...........Lv 2.24 pm
12.42 pm.....Ar..... ..Newberry..........Lv 2.!0 pm
1.25 pm.....Ar.......Clinton............Lv 1.25 pm
1.47 pm.....Ar.........Laurena............Lv 2.10 pm
8.25 pm.....Ar......reenville.........Lv2.28 pm
3.80 rm.....ar ....Spartanburg ........Lv 1215 pm
FROM COLUMBIA. 8. C.
No. 58 Arrive Sumter d.16' ='; aeor town
Daily 9.15 r n.; Florence 7. Op .rsn g1.4Un
4.eo 4.15 p n.; Hrtsvtlle 9.30 p m; Benn&ts
PM ville 9.87 p m; iibeen ( p m; lyette
ville .0.'5 p m; Wimington 1.25 p u; -
Rocky Mount 1-.456 ;' Weidot 1. am; -
PRsb-urg 8. 6 a h:; gichmoad 4.am;
W %hint'on 7.54 nn-; NewYorkL58pr.
No. 54 Arrive r-u! ter 8.20 an.; Plorence 9.85
D"i1y an'; Darlington 10.8f am; Cheraw 11.46
6.56 em; Wadesboro 250 pm; Hartsville
A M t..0 am; y arion 10.58 an; Wilmington
1.40 pn ; irayetteville 12-35 pm; "'cky
Mount 8.60 pm; Weldon 4.58 pm' Pg
ters burg 6.44 pm; Richmon&75 -pm
Washington 1.40 pm; New York 7.14 am
Pullman bleeping Cars New York td Tainpa
Pullman Dining Car4 New York to Savannah.
For rates, schedules, etc wri5
W. J. C.aig. G.en. Pas.A ,Wligo
T.M. Emerson, Traffe Manager, Wilming
ton N. C
H. M. En erson, Asa's Trmo ManagerWil
mington, N. C. . -.
(MarestoI el Western Caroiia Rvr (o.
Augusta and Ashevillo Short Line.
Schedule in Effeet July 6, 1901.
T.eave Augusta............0 10am m Ip
4rrve Greenwood.......2 44 pm .
Anderson ..................... 71m
Laurens.............. 14pm 100a
Waterloo (H- 8-)... 1 12p m
Greenville.......1222pm 9m a
Glenn Sprngs.... 44p m
Spiranug......8 80 p m 6'i
Saluda............ 6 8pm -.
Hendesonvlle. 603 p m
1 eave Asheville........ 705p m
Sp,artanburg .........10lam jmp
Glenn Springs......10 00a m
Greenville....... 12 15pm 14p
Lauren.. ........ 205pm 63p
Arrive Waterloo (H. 8.)... 2 83 p m
Greenwood.......... 2 lP 745p
Leave Anderson ................ - 7..
Augus'a ......520:u 115a
Leave Colm ba. .............
irrive Green' 1110...........
Bparlnburg 320 p m
Colu in........... 7.43 pm
Newbery an L*urns 120iway
evelen WILIM,pe ins....s00 Amt.
Spartaburg....... 120 pm.
Ariv C.1 Bon............ 22B pmer
Co09bi.... Beon....... 80 10m
24onnectionsfrsoNwbr. D.a C4umbia
Ne bsrr andLauestnsRalwa.34
. 844..WIt.AaM8,Ge...Pase. Ag.,*
- 80~. WesUnion sta, G..
A.l.) o reu a Trfrc Beatntger. al
e. cd.c oE4TB eever.tan fam ls
ivo~ In hepste uneottn u90 mot.
ese spefed by tdrai'oryder.hll
Jae ARS~IngE. Sueriendn
Dige o.12 stwats yo . Ieat.9
Thi 489re.....aainrontai. D...... 8f 40
d.......t9 and...... ests ll kin....s8o4
food.. 9tgie nst.n..rel.ef....Denver........85
fals... cur.5I .......P n leows ........ to eat1
t....... 8 y47...... ...... he .......... senst8
stoma.hs can ...Jtaea Jut. ... ... 4s man
... .... 8we..... .Wstmachn ........ onit
AlOeur ain sOfomBltntolhlla
eare onlyte by.0 train order.. hr
take- o Uand ltaon ssenges: Phinne's
a1 bat*Inaantanssu timestha