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.BISE 185 , ,,
86 NEWBERRY, S. C., TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 1), 1STE
111A MAV r'Vmc ir DAMn I .T C A Ai.i W E K 150A'EA
saJ1 L Un1 I I U I IUL ltUlIU.
AVS CHIEF ENGINKER LOOK
INGOIC R IOUTE,
ed O Jcot H r'Near-Wh,t thme Peo.
10 of the To% t arc Di)ilg to Itip
Themse\ es in 0i,e Mfuttor.
(Theo State, 13thl.)
t begins to look itB if the South
railway has determined to build
ranch line of road to Saluda C.
which point has since the estab
bment of the county and the build
of the town boon utterly without
ilroad facilities, the nearest con
ction being 14 miles away. Many
es the people have had high hopes
getting some railroad to build by
luda but each time those hopes
avo boon shattered.
Since ti, Southern railway has be
me the owner of the Carolina Mid
nd road running to Batesburg
any have expressedl the boliof
at the Southern would continue
ho track from Bateshurg, the
resent terminus, to Saluda; or
Iso that, if the grading would be
ostly from Batesburg, then to a
unction with the Charlotte, Co
umbia and Augusta track at John
That the Southern is giving at
ention to the matter the fol.
owing from the Edgefield Moni
of Johnston, issued yesterday,
aluda wants a railroad and when
i citizens of any town unite earn
si..tly and all together lay hold upon
.iy will hardly fail to securo that
gi'b .they want. We believo it will
'4o h onston's business to have
and wo are very sure it will
dmoralizo Johnston's trade
go to some other point,
ing off all that section tra
ythe proposed lino. There.
e suggest that we make
B and allies of Saluda people,
nly by not opposing their needs
4 mattor, but by offoring them
cements to come to Johnston,
ad of forcing them against their
es, to go to some other point.
can assist in this by aiding them
etting, on as reasonable terms as
ible, such rights of way and
inal facilities as they may need
own. Chief Engineer Wells of the
thorn railway will be hero in a
' . rt while to locato the route be
en hero and Saluda and also be
eon Batosburg and Saluda and re
rt on which is the most practical
TIlE SALUDA ,I1)5 OF IT.
Since the abo was written the
aluda Advocate comes with further
nformation on the subjet, Edi
orially the Advocate says:
Iis proposed to build a railroad
--Nda to tap1 the Southern at
'ut point. The books
bscription and we
o who p)ossibly
as much as he
arthas beenf made
do equally as well,
son why there should
.ai road running to Salada
Sthe next twelve months. We
re asked to build it t.o Saluda; the
Southern will operate it, and what is
Smore, will run it on through Saluida
tsome other point on their other
As to where the road will tap the
Southoyn depends upon how the peo
pie along the p)roposed1 routes take
Ahold. Johnston and Wards are the
t;'woLv most p)opular points and are
about equally distant. Woe would
prefer WVards, because that wvould
put all the road within the county,
and we need all the taxall property
:possible. Woe would suggest that
~the people along the two proposed
routes get to work and let there lhe
an earnest rivalry as to wvho can do
Sthe more, being assureod that the
? road will go along the route which
offersi the strongest inducements.
Seone could furnish land or crossties
or something of that kind wvho could
nob give money. O f course it is uin
derstoodi that no subscription as to ho
binding unless a sufficient amount is
raised to build the road. Saludla is
going to (do her part. Let people
along the twvo proposedl routes do
The following is the notice to stock
Saluda, S. C., Sept. 11th, 1899.
Wheroas it appears to the under.
sig'ed, a majority of the incorpora.
tors named in an act entitled "an act
to ncorporate the Saluda and John
ston Railroad company," approved
by the Governor the 19th day of
February, A. D. 1899, and found on
page 944 of the " acts and joint reso
lutions passed by the gonoral assem
bly of the State of South Carolina,"
that more than $5,000 has been bona
fide subscribed to the capital stock
of the 'Saluda and Johnston Rail
road company" in labor, material
and current funds or property at its
present faco value, therefore it is or
dered: That a meeting of the stock
holders of said company be and that
the same is hereby ordered to ho had
in the town of Saluda, in the State
of South Carolina, Saturday the 30th
day of September, A. D., 1899, in the
office of Eugene W. Able, at 11
o'clock a. in., which time and plaeo
the said stockholders will proceed to
the organization of the said company
by the election of not, less than three
nor more than eleven directois, as
the by-laws to be adoptod may de
That notice to this effect be pub
lished once a week for two successive
weeks in both the Sentinel and the
Advocate, two newspapers published
at Saluda court house.
J. A. Attaway,
W. A. Edwards,
W. J. Allen,
E. W. Able,
J. J. Kirksey,
Bearu the ho Kind You Have Always Bought
Tization of Raw Material is Factorio,
Miiis and Entorprieee.
(Columbia Record, 15th.
Upon the application of the board
of equalization for Beauf rt County
to the Comptroller General. Assist
ant Attorney General Gunter has
given an opinion of considerable im
portance to manefacturors, county
auditors, boards of assessment, etc.,
in reference to taxing the raw mate
rial consumed by factories, cotton
seed oil mills and other enterprises
of like nature.
The question submitted was wheth
or the return should givo simply the
amount of raw material on hand on
the first day of January or wvhether
the return should showv the average
value of the raw material used by
the month, or whether it should show
the quantity and value of such mate.
rial during the year.
The confusion rose from the fact
that section 229 of the revised stat
utes, whuich provided for an average
monthly value had been repealed by
an act of the Logislature' passed in
1898, arid a previous section provid
ing for a return of the material on
hand on the first (lay of January had
been substituted. After a review of
the relation of the various acts in
reference to the question, the conclu
sion wvas reached that such material
should be returned upon a basis of
the average value by months and not
the amount on hand on the .lst of
January, the opinion contending that
the repeal of the section requiring a
return of the monthly average values
affected merchants only and was still
in force so far as manufacturers were
Beoars the Iho Kind You Have AMwa s Bought
FLOAURt WILiL ADVANCE.
southern illers wili ile it on October
Chattanooga, Tenn., Sept. 15.-At
a meeting of the flour manufactur
ei-s of Tennessee, Kentucky, Georgia
and Mississippi, held in this city, it
was decided to advance the price
of flour on October 1. Twenty
eight millers attend the meeting.
f ~ ~ I f l ~ t C I f i ] I < , w i t h -
RN U U. W OLLEYC
NE W DRESS GOODS,
NEW BORN BARGAINS,
WALK IN AND ASK( FOR PRICE$
The Largest and Finest Stock of Goods ever shown in New
berry, we throw open wide our doors and a hearty welcome is now
extended to one and all to visit our store. For the last two weeks
every train that points it's nose to Newberry brings us new goods.
I didn't go to New York for pleasure, or to see how friends are get
ting along, but I went there to buy the Biggest and Cheapest Stock
ever brought to this section and I got it. I have more goods on my
counters than any two stores here. Watch us, I'intend to show these
old fogies who stand around and say they can't make any profit
since Mimnaugh came here, I want to show them this fall hrw Busi
ness-should be done on short profits and quick sales,
If you see it in Mimnaugh's advertisement it's true,
If you buy it in Mimnaugh's Store it's new.
A few of the lowest prices ever named, watch us if you can.
10 doz. white bed spreads regular 75c quality 35c each.
1000 yards of Whlito~ Lawn lIOr't lengths regular 10 anUd 12,de god Onl Se
2 bales Plaids Homespu ns as long as they last 3e yard.
50 dozen boy's knee Pants regular price 35c now 200.
50 dozen Boy's Caps regular price 25o now 15Sc.
10 bales 32 inch Sea Isad others say goods are up, Mimnauugh's prico 33, by the yard, or by the bolt.
50 pieCes ) ounaeo jeans cheap last yoar 25e to malke things li vely 106 2-30.
50 pieces cotton jeans Cheap last year at 1 23 to make things lively 7e.
10 piecios Bed Tick regular 8c quality Mimnnaugh's prico Se.
One whole side of my Store one hundred foot long packed and jammed with Shoes, fromi 25e n pair
up to $3.V50 a pair. WVe carry goods from the best manufac-turlers in the country: i)row Solby & Co.,
and Thomas G. Plant Co., for ladies' fine shoes. Louis A. Crossott for Mon's lino shoes.
Clothing! Clothing! Clothing! Clothing!
Ho! for school, hear the school boy gaily sing,
Half-past-eight and the school-bell dloes ing.
Mother told me not to romp and1( play, to take care of my clothle in every wa~y,
But I bought them from Mimnaugh, and they w11 last a life. timoe and1 a (lay.
100 Boy's knee Suits 8 to 10' regular $1.50 snit only 0se.
100 " "' '' '' a 2.5( " "' $1 i 8.
Ask to see those thro-o numbers of Men's old Trouse'rs.
100 pairs odld p)ants just opened rogular- $1.50) goods now 31.00.t)
10t0 ' " " ' ' ''" si.75 " " g; i- 2-.
100 "' " '' " '' " $2.01) '' " $i .
Remember that Unoodla F'all Suit. Comno to he1(1uadg-aters, Mimnaughi sells for less.
Come one, Cone all to the Everlastinig Fount of Bargains.
I$ THE PLACE YOU ARE L.OOK(ING FOll,
Gi ETs A COIMIIIISSIoN.
Uol-i. 'bs'Til1rt,,, Ctltlnct. IIavi hoIN sc'cnt,,
ill iN 1'r i"t4m K a ('tlpinlucy in on
or tic) New Voluntee r 1rcl;i.
Washiiigton, Si>t'. 1-1.- -J iels 11.
Tillbnnn, who Horvo(d for at short timno
ats colonel of Iho 1st Sounth Carolina
volunteers during tho Spanish wair,
hii boon promised by tho P'resideit
i Captaincy in on of tho n1ow volun
(00r regimnt(s. Col. Tilhman cimo
to Washington hopinl'g to raiso anl inl
loponlont. coi pany oif scout. Tin
P're8identt did not a1))rovo of forimiIg
anl indepo nent.ol comndua ait th1i.
tiln', but said thero was nooljoction
to onlisIting i c(ertainl 1)ro1)ortion of
Indiani; in i Coupany, which ho au
thorized ('apt. TillnuIn to orgunizo.
A. A. Girard, foriierly of th I ouglh
l idt'rs, 11ts betn nanlled ats first. lietu
tenint of (apt. Tillnian's col)uany.
Ono platoon of tho colupany will ho
(0Inposed of edlucatotd iildiains, leoad
ing len of thoChilppewa, Nez I'eres
1111(1 otherl" tribes, Chiefs ,Josep)h and
Pllg-a1-1u-gi Shing, of theso tribes,
arl11 i11 interostotl in tiho work, in(d
llavo been inl Washington with C'apt.
Tilbman. Tho two rebuiiling 1a
toons will ho coluposed of South Car
olinians. Iieruiting slt ionl will bo
opened in South C'arolinua aind St.
UINITEDCil'ATlICS S(I.i,il:ICs SCGN
TI1iN'lCNO ) T()E i 5 1.1i,
Cc ripairaII nuci T1wo I'ri i? 'ten l'unv"ii tea ~f
("rni nly ANa tt; Natlvt"
1't t' in.
.11a1ill, Sept. I 1, v ia l long Iiong,
Solpt. I I.- 'Tl local papers assort
that Corporal DUanholl'er an1td I'ri
vato Colline, of Co. .UI, Sixteelh in
faut.ry, llavo 1)oorl neitoinced to dualbit
by cournatIlrtill, itid tlat PriVaLto
Mcl3o1n1et has been conld'itundt to
2(1 years il)Prisonlont for hling
en iniually assault ol lat[ivo wolieo ill
I1aiilia Ia 1uon1th ago. 1'ho crinos,
it is said, groat 1' 11rons('1 iho iua.
'l'ho papers assort also tiat. (in.
Otis 111s reconilnondedt Ithat I'rsilent
Mc hiiiley a1))rovo th seliteirco 1tn(I
that ho (es3ires at public exclition
of tho 1 e1)1011 siltunti to lotIi i s a
warnlitig algitiist" at ro'Pt.itiol of thol
(!i A L.,'NNG its i:si'-:jui .azv.
A South i 'arllnstiun an,tN to Uc tritl 1Dr j
nIc,' 1i, nc r.
(o1u)nbia, S. ., Sept. I I.--T7he
following b111llengo to n)orltal comlhat
wafs Cabled0( this 111 inrnig to C oun lt
Fordnan Wasin stohaz, athis
address in I OLodon
"'Sir: ---lIel ievin)g you to be) ?1n
worab1ll for t ho luiW~ 1) i lev iinila
tion of Captain 1)r ey fis of th 14 rle?ach)
ain?y, and1( 11e, Captain11 I )rey fus, niot
binolg aIble to ('all 01n you1 personaillyV
for' sautisfaIction), I, as8 an1 Ainerican?,
freor 0?n, lovinug li bertiy, (10 volunit eer
ini ny ownr right to InEnot. you oni the(
fiol of hIonor iln hohllIf or Calpin1
I )reyfus aIt any) tirno and0 p)1laongree
able1 to) y'ou.
(Signedc(.) Im 10. An:n,
Ayer is a1 soni of the0 laito (b.nera?il
Ayer,% of thoe Con fedralito (ar1 iny, ?and4
wats a1 sErgeat?t of t ho I"irsHt Sout h
Car1)olina1 volunteers inl the( Span?ishl
j( .llillborIarI) I 4ws.
T1heo dear gi ri a1re ahlead of ?18
I I.aving trined)0 our rl fo 'i hi
spirit A to tolera1t4' ".\lando" bein?g
spelt1 '2i " (larny4" w%ithbout a. 1hmbler,
w/o aIre totaIlly unpreparediW for' the
shock, whenJ, p1resHto, chantlge! an
anahlgrananat?1ic nl)overnen,hit Iakes p)lace0,
and1( "Mayrn'1o"3' is considered an1 falit.
C~ertaIinly, if the)4 fashion altoring
th(ho Ograpj.hy of 1na?)ie 11))1 aot~ as5
o ften as0 the style inl spin g bonn1)ots
conltinuels, 1peace wuill1) b hrdl to 10nnin
ain1 in many?)) farnilies0.
ForJ the ne(xt t wist we suggest
' ailghillOigI).'' Tlhere's ('iloig h filr
belowv to thaIt to last1 for soirna tirno.
BoarsB th 0Kn You lIa,o Always Bugi
Ti!ll' COTTON IIC PI'T8.
w"hilte o8111ie Poutring on Markelt-A IIc"avy
Now Orleans, Sept. .1 .--Socrotary
lstor's Now OrloanH cotton ox
chamgo statomnont shows the amount
brought into sight for the wook end
"', this afternoon is 210,703 baloes,
against 152,197 for the sovon days
enading Septmolber .Ioth last year,
227,01it year before last and 30)2,
386 satno timno in 18S '. This lakes
the total amount" for the 15 days' of
t h 110N season 1105,-0 t, agint 2 IU
221 last year, 372,593 year ho
foro last. and k>08,37.1 Sam timio in
Tho statteenont hiiows receip ti at
all U mted St at os port s sinco Soptem
hr I s; 2S),() I 9, agniust 1-53,751 last
yc'air and 232,5)) year hoforo last;
overland across thIo Ml ississip)li, Ohio
and .'otoinmo rivors to Northorn
mills and Canada, 18.279, against
s,31 i last year, and 3,290 your be
fore litst; intt'rior stocks in oxcess of
those hold at tho closo of the com
111ecial your -10,1)25), against 22,071
last year, and 8b,765 year beforo lant;
Sout horn itll ill t akings iI ,077, against
5'077 list year, and <>0,983.) your bc'
or'+ign exports for tho 15 clays
hivo i eon I 1.1,2 I 5, against (8, 35.
'I'ho total takings of Anorican mills,
North and SouthI altil CUida, thus
far for tiht season have been 6)1 01
hulc's, against 75,27 1 last year. Thoso
inc'ludo .13,.IS 1 by Northorn splinnor",
against is191S .
cico the close of the (olnmmrcml
year stocks it Anmricani l)o1ts and
th' 29 loadiig Southern intorior
cenItr's litvo boon incroased .189,28
bales, " against at incroaso for tho
8;in11 I oriucl Ias,t season of 97,.115,
and are ntow 7-13,5 IS more than at
this dato last, year.
lneluding amounts loft over in
sto(ks at ports and intorior towns
from the last. crop and tho numbor of
balos brought into sight thus far tho
nc'w crop, tho supply to dato is I,
G'7,,302, against, 51)(,787 for same
pet_riod last, yoar.
TIUREKrs TO '11 I; CIELEBnATION
ilult 10l n nh lit I .oo), thIe Originl I',Ice.
(Seciitl to Th.'ho State.)
(C'itrlcston, Soptmehor I.lI.-Gn.
J. W. Floyd hits b en( in consulltation
toul:ty with tho inilitia of Charleston
inl roferoeico to I ho trip to New York
for t ho I)owey rve-vIption. Maj.
Schcht o expects I(SO 111011 to go frot
her11, bull )t thigs are n omolwha..t in a
mudldle Ooer the1 ratot and1( route.
It wais unde(lrstood here( thlat the
rato0 of 80)I~ roin ir ip )coul bo 10 I s
cuired itudl on thaut unditerst.aniding t ho
11n-n agreed(( t) go. Unt thoro was
noI authorIitiIy for such a supp)josition1
mald now it will hlave to ho determn
ined'i how~ many11 cani go att theo ini
crl01et d rato of SlI 910. ThereI* is lit
tle~ doubt1 hoover tha't*11 1110 numiber
Geni. lloyd 11as nuot yet annfounlcedl
hisi8 selct ionI of th oto Olt.. The)
lI parjltty aml( conlditions favor the
80onthern1, wvhichl is tho favorito hoero.
IIT rato 0is of cour11 Ih8O same 81 on1 both0I
11s that1 is fixed by t ho pasno us
Sction111)1 11( and 0 thro can b) 110 hopo
of seocurinig ai reductioun on the atl
roJwl y reasonle 1( fare. Both rondali
proi s0 all possiblo conIveiences0 and1(
It somos118 tat Gov McSweeneoy wvill
be0 accompan)111ied to Now York by3 soy.
01ra1 compan1111s 1111( inl addiitioni to a
'1ozen1 01 ruoro( of his stall and1( South
Ca1rolinas rep resent at ion wvillI bo cred..
itible as0 to nIUunbers and1( organi::a
D1) niot miss15 theo oppo)rtunIity to
talk( your fitInily to the Statto Fatir.
Younig and( (hl (1will bo istruceted
linug and1( (1in51stionabl0 oieatue are
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought