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-NEWBERRY, S. C., FRIDAY, NOVUEMBER 26, 1897. T WICE A WEEK. l5 I!
We operate our store on a determined policy o
This means that we give the customers the benefit c
tation for reasonable prices that we intend shall sta)
County buy their goods from us and pay spot cash fi
that we are the people to deal with. Here is the roy,
dare to offer.
An ovr socked manufacturer sent us 50 piees of dress stuff, 8
, - cont. under the naarket. Don't buy a dress without seeing them.
Wool Dress Gooda, 86 inches wide, 12jo, worth 25o.
Wool Dress Goods, 18je, worth 85o.
Sheeting, Table Linen, Spreads. CLOAKS AND CAI
I You know we hav
5 pcs 9-4 unbleichod Pepperell Sheeting,101c, worth the pices are too
6 " 10-4 ". 181c, " 28c 90 Capes, 75c
10 " 9-4 bloached " " 1TMc, " 2240
10" 10-4 " " " 19c, " 25c 100 L
25 pieces bleached and unblesehed table linens must 100 3.00
be sold. No use to try to watch us on these goods. 100 4.00
1 100 Ilu,;~h Car,
100 white Bed Spreads, 75o, worth $1.00. 131n
J00 " "t 98c, " $1.25, 5 16 4
100 " "t $1.26, " $1.60.Chae qults
Ladies' Button Bot%,$.25, S$1.501O $1.76.
Ask for the Drew, Salby & Co. (ine 8hoes.
Every pair guaranteed. _
YouruiiIO~ af Yo.0 So ehs
No m tte wht pi he ares areote
ARPRED~-.EPTAHS they may be loosed from their tressod, for I kuoy
sina.-II Alaccaboos 12, 40."1 train that, day,
TI-311C AN OLT) CH51STRY W111011 There lies a good Romifn. Catho. lecture that nig
ILLUSTRIOUS AMN WERE BURIED, lic, thought 1. I-e went to purga. shoeinouth deep,
Tho Tra of eturar-AllsAing a :.tory and the priest prayed for him. baggage and fo
seuxer TAnle1tstBorapsThen I ruminated about Alacoabof; yards and sudd(
Freight lin Ordor to FuL111l not being in the ancred caaZun, but' I would have t
Hingagoiant. was in the Apocrypha, and the Apu_ my wind was gi
Charlotte, N. Ci., is a growing city crypha, was rulod out of the Kiig: hundred yards
of 20,000 poople. Charlotte has tho James version in 1820. Then I raund blow, formn
best advertising sktchok I ever turned to in old Bible that bad tho inig like it bass i1
saw. It is boautiftilly printed and Apocrypha and found that the 12LIJ 11111h hPart faili
illustrated and sieems to be founded chapter of 11I Maceabe.i had only got itlarined at
on act. ,The ae dstrbutd fomforty-five verses, but the last three valise and tiat4
oni ft s. h e y ar te di si ut ed-o had the mo injinetion to pray for, saw iuly trail el
inll o the truind Itre lesnt ea d-u therm who are dead, rind furthermore., Huake in the gr,
the ealh ad cimat ~ dtiudethatL J11(east Mieraise aon tmrilv ec-vdiie
that sows th numbe0ofPcotoh .a
humn cnsieraion )Che?"e q uti
:nil i thesouh. Tese illsnow knon forth Dre,a folbys: aCo. ithoeu.
operae 1,81,00 spinles nd ky naermy cor uantwataeod. n.el
:$0,0000. hi ltte oo cn-Wht-heu r high0 for 1.my codstrHous
lot aeelve o he on.Pehaso fattr whpsdall pricesre uldgttec
so, asrmiain botths mn augh, W asEft
The keepat om alterissn thr Pas ic t srne,ta to es oo soe i
they may etlere.dIromhahei
loymnt t thouandsof ouipoo houghnwt Is H e-it toesn prand
overy twship n Georga bad y The othe mrin abutrayedfo hm. My b
eangnrirasn Hetrod toed rde
wer sontndscateed n l~e on,OstheWiminto rod. Tranhhe dy
bad he lw ofthe reatawayat Hmlet andwhenweegtu nroducitn
baggage andoud ndretlfsarater
honoed emeery7t'b.frstgrae ear fruWimintod andoiutsacabos yarotdsoand tudd
rft old Ordklnbur touany nO aien Y nt see acretcangn qut aid woldev hoI
Wassory t se tat t ba o Ig da in oe Aoryp and ther Ato almsely w henws
behaneleted nd .,isa growingu cinycyh ue out of the ote,buKaifesysi hudead parts
braf 20,00 peood. Chalto noste ofes astonisin how0 Thenl I and trbltons. forIt
some ofth old beuifulript e anApryhadfond tht the braf12bl. W adi e.b nmoh hart fi l
oilluspall attred io be foundd eal, anf 1 raeabnedetyhat ngoaarea
tonfcs hyaedsrbtdfo fothe same erse. Wu he aot athree valie ave fsat
all h, hotuxave areplesain read-had the ojnonto praye for well for traibe
ing onh train IMellry all abotc thm ticke a, and urthiermoe, asnpiae ntegr
thehelt adIliarte. dlitd ctatl pulled Mccabell crsd an told ily thaime<O
adt b-ninesliseurcsand publsai. me stor 2,et orahm andhr )ak fior ld, m tong
''is;i at aaze a and~ im.o'efrtoowowr li. (0 for timlad ma
pressdmemostwas hoirlesomp maybe no colatc o is.Mainwerace
fromughott . ryfOr tise dmad hat tomn tonaidain. but t~n a die ?"e Io rmu
blckdosnubeig hemll a hee s nthr obson t hdmypht
WE ARE BOUND FOR
. MIMNAUGH'S. i
F fair, square dealing, backed by resources and ability.
f the lowest prices every time. We have won a repu
i with us. When the best posted people of Newberry
)r the same, it is the best assurance we can offer you
il feast of bargains bigger and better than any house
Don't Fail to See
Our Black Dress Goods. Ladies who bay Bigek Goods from us
once are always sure to come back.
A Black Dress that will hold its color and look like new after thro
or four seasons' wear is what you want and ought to have.
ene:eto.,whea Cotton Flannels.
or to resist, 10 pieces Cotton Flannel, 8 kind, now, So.
I c. 10 " " 12o, " 100.
it 1.25.o, " l .
St 8.00. 100 Men's Suits worth S 5.00, now S 8.U.
ies to okt 2.9 100 11 4 4 7.50, 1( 4.50.
kets, 14kind, now $2-1- .100 "C it C 10.00, 46U.I
5, t 32.30.2 '1 1 ..0, g 80.1
40e, 6511, $1.25, $1.50. 00Boy's Knoe Suite worth 01.26, now 15c
-125 -0 100 " t "2 .00, ". 11.40.
$1.25, $1.50, $1.75, $2.00, $2.50, $3.00,
$4.00, $5.00, $6.00, $7.00 each.
V EEK of any pair of Ladies' Fine
worth $2.00, $2,25, $2.50, $3.00. /
I we will always do better for you.11
ky,l S. 0. Mimnaugh.
r there was no other that water is, for it is cold.and pure. and ubsorbing knowledge.
and I was billed to The next stop was at Weldon, in Well, thiR is the historic regioi
:ht. The sand was Halifax county. I don't know what whore Sir Waltor Raleigh's lost colo
but I gripped my those people have done to McKinley, fy was planted and whore Virgini
xtrotted about 200 but he already appointed eight Dare was born. I saw i
mly discovered that negro post.masters in the county Her naie was on a beautiful fteame
o put on brakes for and six of them have accepted and that was loading at the wharf.
iving out. Another are in offlico.1 Tho people are hot, I sweet little girl laughed at me fo
and I had to stop tell you, for the negroes outnumber not knowing all about Virginia Dar
y heart was thump- the whitos and brag that their time a long thne ago. Her futher ay
-um, and there is so has come at last,,"thankthe Lord." that Mr. MoMillau, of Red Spingc
ire nowadays that I It used to be that when a man has written a Look about tho 1o
.id put down my wasent irreverent"enough to tell a Colony a ta t
)n it. Just then I man to "go to hell" he would tell have free sohools that are soparat
teaming away like a him to "go to Halifax." I under. from both white and black raout
ass, and I involuA-. stand now what he meant' It has The lost colony amalgamated an
I, "arewoll, vain been nearly fifty years since I stop
home." So I took pod at WVeldon aundithe town basent adn ob u htVrii ae
le haste slowly, and changed much. The people arebodfow nsm f hi en
the station was the high-tonedl and have good manner, rr eeIa oeadb
pointment and des- for they live close to the Virginiaan ihpyo tewy
mn an old man do line and eome from aristocratic stock. Ir~.Ap
emured. Wish now From Weldon I journeyed to Wash
graph as I was fox- ington, on P'amlico sound, a lively A ACtO TH BYS
that sand, and then city of 6,000 people.1 I was escorted
that train steaming to the Rioks house, where all the Wa a o o n hr a
me.. But all's well drummers congregate, for Mrs. I eI lastl ogtcto i
I "ound a freight Ricks is a mother to them all and wy
going to leave for they love her. I found her house ecantsthr,ademstx
1o'clock, but the fulof them. They come and they ITecsin htcvrta iero
lent say when it go on every train. I like the drum. gchi
I wired my friend mea and sympathize with them, for Wr u hr,o cre ob e
sat to hold the fort, they are far from home and many of adamrd
mg-and he did. It them have familios and have to leave AbyhsD uiest vrb ie
four miles, but it them, as 1 do, to make a li,inig. tamThbetil osanfowrtu
lit long hour. to get a drummer myself, but I don't like O lo
aly time to wash up the name. It is slang and does not rom
id oat supper, but I fit such a respectable elss of gentle- Aentmd owl ~ ~tlat t
house full awaiting men. It originated from the old 17IOS
was "The Cracker militia musters when drum ~ ieTehueI opae an wadie
" and my friend in- nero used to call up the boys and ternie
saying: "Ladies got them in line. The sergeant Apaett h os-da obr
I have the pleasure would cry out: "Oh, yes, oh, yes; all t7
o you the distin- who belong to Captain Jones' eosm- s etedonrud u le
avle,who will pany parade here." Then the drum erhywy
address the North would rattle and the fife would whis- ees
rs." WVell, this tIe, and the boyn would gathor and T hww eebrterpcsr
oc house to start on, fall into line. Drumming now adnes
ly in a good humor, means come right hero and buy m huhorsusmyh oe i
I apologized for my goods and the drummer rattles his Adwr ihbstet n elt
ayed my trials and tongue with earnest alacrity. I feel an tfo
imberton is a good Isorry for them now, for 5-cent cot.Orhatwlepomnr..71iic
has the best water- ton has nearly ruined their business,. er ndmn
ave soon anywhere. But they keep going. They areofw iete lc atermg
rblowing artesian everywhere. They get on and off at Adt ieslts or'wl eoo
use, uad many more station by night and by day. They orJy
Plhoso public ones, keep up the hotels and largely help Ta eke ml :re.-apa
md everything, cost out the railroads. They are smart frtebY
t), and I know of and good looking and well behaved I3toEennTrmwpt
mat would give $10,. and know more about everything r~hmtmndFIIt'4e M
rivileges. Lumber- than any other class. T1hey are con. odIni'.wJ.sI '.prLtL
an'ewa rasr iulyrbin gis h d abs ieeorcein knowlege jie
Dar ws brn I . saw Voirini
le reiterated the story of the kill.
iig, claiming it was accidental and
that it occurred as has already been
published from his standpoint. He
declared that he did not know Turn
or and had nover soon him before
the morning of the fatal shooting.
To show that he had no intention of
shooting him, he says that he had
iniructod t. other constables that
night, not to shoot under any cir
cumtstauces, except in self defence.
le only shot to make the mule balk
He r3marked that he could have
killed men sovosal times in South
Carolina in self-dofonso.
He had road some of the criticisms
in the newspapers, and said that ho
was greatly hurt at'the:way they had
"jumped on" him, and said that as
far as the suggestion that'he might
have been drunk is concerned, he
had never been drnnk in South Caro
lina, and no man could say that he
hadi ever soon him in that condition.
On the day of the shooting he had
not even takon a drink. Ho had
asked his wife to keep all papers in
which reforonce was mado to his case
and he intendod to road them some
AT THE STATE IOUSE.
Arriving at. the stato house, New.
bold and his party remained in the
private secretary's office awaiting an
audienoo with the governor. In the
montimo, the govornor had consult
od with the attorney general as to
his duty in the promises, and he was
advised that Newbold could not sur
rondor to him, but thaC%ho must sur
rOndor to the shoriff ofSpartanburg
When this information was con
veyed to Mr. Thoinason, ho immo
diately tolegraphod to th shoiMY of
that county that he had Newbold in
custody, and would await his ar
Nowbold expire3sod no foars of go
ing to Spartanburg, but said that he
WoUld 11 soo11 go Chore as any where
WIL, ASK Fon DAIL.
While awaiting a reply from the
1herilf, Newhold ind party went to
i he poiitoutinry. H1e hits eiployed
only) Mr. Thomauin of Spartanburg
as his lawyor, and is soon as the at
torney sees fit, he will apply for re
lease on bond, which he is prepared
to give in almost any amount.
Giov. Ellerbo was asked to whom
the reward would go, and he replied
that lhe did not know. Mr. Thomas
MOn had put in no claim for it. As
to whbother he will do so or not, is
In One Day.
A skeptical man sat down to road
the Bible 0110 hour every evening.
A fter awhile he said to his wife,
"If this book is right, we are
wrong." A few evenings later he
snid, "'Wife' if this is right, we are
lost.'' A few evenzings later, he
saidl, "'If this Book is right, we
miay be savedl. Anid they were.
ChIlLL & Ff3VEIR
One leak will Rink a ship, and
one sin will dlestroy a soul.---Bn
lie that hiath slight thoughts of
sinl, never had great thoughts of
NEWBOLD GIVES UP.
TUE SLAYEl OF TURNEIS SUiIEND.
Uo.s to Coluuiblit Whero lie Awats the
Arrivat of lke t4t-ti-1T of Spartan
'The Register, 23rd.]
A telegram to The Register yoester.
day morning from Chemter sttatod
that Constable Nowbold had come
into that city at 2 a. m., and that
Chief of Police Morgan had arrested
him, but that Constable J. W.
Thomason claimed Newbold as his
prisoner and would bring him to Co.
lumbia on the morning train.
This telegram being postod on the
bulletin board of The Register, the
news quickly spread through the
city, though there were some people
who doubted oven then that New
bold would coni to Columbia, so
often have they heard the same story
during the past week.
But when the train fron the north
arrived about 1 o'clock, among the
passengers who alighted, was New
bold. He was accompanied by Con
stable Thomason, Henry Howie and
W. H. Cowen, of Chester, and Dis
penser Stevenson of Winnsboro. But
!ow people were about the station,
and f-w of them know Newbold, ox
copt tL newspaper men who were
Newbold :.nd his party took hacks
and were driven to the state houso,
it being his intention to give himself
up to the governor. Tho hnckman
started to drive to the cnpitol by way
of Suniter street, bu' Nowbold told
him to drive down Main stroot, which
was done. A groat many peoplo
recognised him as he was rapidly
driven to the state houso.
Newbold is looking very bad. He
is palo and somowhat, omaointed, and
saoms greatly worried.
WHERKni BiE isiri BCB.N.
The reporters accompanied him in
the hack to the state hopeo and got
a statement from him. H1o said he
wanted to tell a Straight story about
r his whoronbouts, Ko that it could be
gotten right, but ho did not desire to
r be quoted. As he said nothing
whiah could prejudice his case, the
, story of his wauderings is given as
he told it.
t He was in Columbia, or near the
city liits on Sunday a week ago,
when Ur. Stevenson appeared here
and saw the governor. He staid
here until the following Monday,
when he left and haa been in C.ester
and York counties ever sinee.
He could easily have escaped had
he wanted to, but he had determined
to give himself tup as soon as the
court adjourned, because he felt that
he could not get a fair trial now. Hel
had written to the governor to this
effect, but had nover received a re
HIe has been with friends in the
state over since the killing of Tnrner
t except abont twelve hours lhe spent
in North Carolina, lhe having driven
-into that sitate immediately after the
affair. As to his whereabouts since
then, the reports published have
boon generally true.
It would have been impossible fox
anyone to have arrestedl him hefore,
d for wherever he slept any night, the
house was guarded and whenever he
r traveled the reads, a guard was sent
ahead to see that the way was clear.
* Coming down to the circumstan,ces
of his going to Chester, ho said that
i he arrived there yesterday umorning
at 2 o'clock and wenit immiiediaitely
to hiis residence. Mr. Thomnason
hi was with him, hie hatvinig gi ven him.
self tip to him. JlThey went to ChesH
g ,ter from Fort Lawn. S.oon after ar
riving ho sent word to the elherif1
d and chif of oliCO t hat lie was at
.home with his famrily, and umndoi
gnard. lioth thle sherifT arnd chiol
if called dturintg the day and askel
about the circumlstanIoIs of' the casoc
anid as ho told thorn ho had givet
h,iumself ump to Mr. Thomasuoun, neithe,
attemi>ted~ to arrest him. A nuiimbo:
of citizens~ called during the dlay
beforo th tiLmo to takce the train fo