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ESTABLISHED 1865. NEWIERRY, S. C., TUESDAY, OCTOP>El 28, 1000 TWICE A WEEK,8.0AYR
We Sell Cheaper...
...Because We Buy Cheaper.
Buying in large quantities
for spot Cash enables us al
ways to get lowest figures
and greatest inducements
for buying. Manufacturers
who are anxious to dispose
of large quantities of mer
chandise quickly gives Mim
naugh first choice, other
merchants wonder and don't Z
see how we can sell at our
prices and stay in business a
but its very simple, they
never have the opportunity
of buying like we do, they are )
usually figuring for long time T
instead of "cash and dis
count" while Mimnaugh cap
tures the cream with ready
It takes a rich man to draw 0
a million 'dollar check, a
horse to draw a cart, a
pretty girl to draw attention,
a toper to draw a cork, a free U
lunch to draw a crowd, and (I)
bargains to draw big trade
at Mimnaugh's, h er e's w here
am going to open the eyes
of the people and I want to
tell you right now I didn't
steal these goods, we know
how and where to buy, and
WE have plenty of CASH to
pay for them with .. .. .. .
EVERY TRAIN IS BRIlNG
With a Force of 12 Clerks I am Prepar4
YOU CAN'T MISS THE STORE
Hats of all kinds. I proved to hun
dreds last spring that they had been
paying too much for their hats. This
winter I am betterfixed for you than ever
before. The values I show are beyond
reach of any other merchant. Look at
other folks' high priced Millinery and
then look at Mimnaugh's. I am g!oing
to sell you your hats for less than any
merchant can buy them. This is an
other case of what's one man's loss is
the other fellow's gain. I am the leader.
Use your sense and save your dollars at
SHOES! SHOES! SHOES!
I have not had room or time to tell you
about the different kinds of Shoes I keep
but it will be a sight to you to see one
side of my store filled up to the ceiling
with nothing but Shoes. I carry more
Shoes under my tables and counters
than most of Newberry merchants carry
in stock. Come and look and let's hear
what you think about it.
APE ad JACKETS.
Twenty-five hundred dollars worth of
Capes and Jackets for one-half the
others ask. For the last six months I
have been preparing for this winter's
business and every time a bargain was
offered I bought it and paid my money
down so as to have it for You this fall
CIEAPER THAN ANYBODY ELSE.
What other merchant had the ready
cash to do this? What others could call
in all their neighbors and get up enough
of money to do it and if they could who
had the nerve? I don't have to juggle
around the banks of Newberry trying to
get money to pay bills. I have sufficient
Dress Goods and Silks.
Thousands of yards of Dress Goods
and Silks to be sold regardless of value.
If you want a stylish dress come direct
to headquarters whether you are a
millionaire or a pauper; "Lilly White"
or a Rosy Black. All stand on the
same level at MYimnaugh's Cut Price Store.
My would be competitors sigh for
good old times when they could charge
you what they pleased for Trunks.
Mimnaugh's small profits and big busi
ness has put this antiquated theory to
the wall. A car load of trunks to select
ING US NEW GOODS.
~d to Give You Prompt Attention.
FOLLOW THE CROWDS.
THE EAGLE PECKS AT FIESS
CN t-NU si .t1o7l-:EN U.
im 41 al'# Isee te saasi- I. tf Inw varr i a s it( >,f& )
Ill lI I ,i-in t- nI t i t i a by M .Il ly (if
I( NI I t I t - IM t 1 t I I tl iI itit t1
i t' o II I 1 0 iver sit I h Itv-- e u i
thit vi'i ot ltiett l i<t t s itit t
I-hi 11 er t 1 1 uO 5 l1 ov 111 -(1l
J'.i lir , ht ien it I )in r fet 'ir or
itifit'st ik. I'll Ii it Itille ltAli
boarlirl, to-day t.x plriiinetld i,stv s 'cind
n u nter If I I the 1it i !c I ith 1
vollego Wtidt'its. It oclcurIldI f at
It n t I h shnts wore from
tho Conliti ll tIi'n iversi ly. Thoi l in
di nt was not So vxciti ing is that lit
AnnjArbo , Iitbis n, filrl tet Iea1so,
fhot the ym.un Imn wero nt ,o p-r
s IsInt, Ina d .I id noA w -,r k mlso mu IIchI
i, but tIe r was oneo fvaur of
intilrost which wats noticoablo at Alm
A r. This wlas the( participation
t'f tMiung Womlenl inl fihl Ifflir. A
im11rkid u l t> e imteitvibers of the
soiio. x wvr staItioe( d ali t) wInl
l-,inl the' High School just back
Mull over tho Stilgo fromt whivih Mr.
Brtyan spokc, and (tilt, du rb(ti tiht
proctledings to ts great extenlt lis
thtly c"ul( by loworing postvrs b(lar
ig a picotre o (f Prisidenit McKinley,
lo as to tt1 Itt the aIitt'tioi of t
l1i1MVg. 1,11. B r)'u is gtt.rd
crowd. . The oung ien, who wer
beilow, rv fpolite it th O so i ile si als
iwith cries and y-vils, f an thfy also
atked ilinerous <1i1i1stionls whtbilo the
s1oe1( was in progeiss.
Evident y, too, it i lit a r, per
cintagl o of t.h students wort' It l Sym-I_
paithy wilih Mri I"I. NryanII m i siom of
thoim shouto(d lust!i1y for himi wilnn
It's replies to t h <Ip11l Sthionls t o f
thoiir felofs AI -r poe i t . to thvir
liking. I -l. Bryan wvits generally
Voted to Iave mot tlte ovellsio ui cl -
.cssflly\., aeed that It diI So Was
vined by thi1e fact that. tho intor
Iptioi s grew f1twor anld fail l-wlrkr
a1lMr It t It pICh Iprg tV1oced, ai
lit h ist eaiised alto e iter.
Thoday wa Neis rendered in-eresting
by a "opiritred 1-wtimn i t AIbiiub1r, tho
homlli i. during tis Iet imf ie g of Svero ie t gy
Soward, l M li. B 'it ICs ipintt d
treseiren in his Spoethl1ro to th
manager: in. Of fin i IIII oanit. mintufac
hiring viterpriso locateI it that
point, Which ht evidently intenided
shouldS have grternt. thani local ap
icti(on1, ii1. SpIIC11ch S Wit I LIsO mad100
during tO li fit. CourtlaI and
Binga ptol, m l ait several othor
Sinaller pointk. The day's workc
Closed with a inh-fti tir lId h or
rae toi gh( t.i 'l'hoj eetin gysit of the
day. wilerileit gnrlyt well titendedut
lert o spilly lar. Pritobably the
linghamie onu minws thied i yoost
onithu saii o metn ofte day. Inor
allo instnce exceptnd t, he 8t begntn
of the colored meetng ofori attention
wat ven 'oto speches, r hi
AltN :LLt intoOis Ft iOT heat Eots.
11 watseidetrom th beg ining
totf t't h tliata m otn ta the cottn lil )ii
lige osndntst meiant fora let ro
lieo ad mit itgi nro bllhres ofn
monit t of Mr lie yantwas preeived1
it express I i rci.o o h
spn toeth,'e sidswe o1ne wof
abowlutolajtthCaoia dor. nryan
I)ilto you( tthatitt of ty ottwil wxam
voto for a party tiat allows it salt
trust to control IW 1,r cent. of the
Ialt of tito unite( States. I want to
alis whoti lle. t i(1 1111an who worries
aiboit th cotton hall, and does Io
Wo0r?V :Ilbit vidt is ignorimt or o,is
Tl11l' WE TNVtal.
H.-vinig replicd to vhsitur,
Il'ryan hhnlwelf voh!intevr(d to 1111k1
y t1iw i4 I rult pip estiomi. 111 s)itl:
"N-,w I wIll stm onminogh for
tlo ico tusIIt 1in to wsk his (Iuostioln.
I wait to tell y%oI that t Ive ry dirovtor
01, illat trul"t is at Noppubliennl. Whly
donl'I .pm comoplain ltbout thatY I
wanlt to tvll youl Ihat I the (overn11 o r
the State is a R-pulilivnl, that tho
l,(gislatulro is 16-pulicanl, and that
if t1w, Govor-n>r and th1e Iw""iolaturt,
A o1bl do t hvir <Itl .()ol woild not
halvo anyt\ ivo trust inl thw -Stato of
IeI re ther was ili in1tltirption
from tho crowd 1. i a voice frot t,h
ouitshirts called out: "I low about,
( droker ?"
Mr. Bryanl turnedim sharply andl
said: "Mlr. Croker h1s io stock ill
tho ivo trist, but wly Ir.( you wor
ried aboiiut Croker wheln yon are not.
afrild (if latY"iff
lie litl not finlishid his rei) to
tho question ilout tle ico' trlust
wheni a young iian, wIIo appeatred
to ll, Ia St.uldeit, Ilitlo lilt iliquiry
about the freo cotmgo of silver, elic
iting frotl Mr. Brva the following:
Wvel, Imy friend, I stand today
Wheo William Mlinly used to
sitandl Ifore Ito howed to tho dieta
tiol of Wall street, utd if you ()IWill
dlefeIl hill) for chIIaginIg htii posi
t ion I vill defeol IIysel f for not
chllgling Illy o]pillion,. Butt let4 me
Frot till, 5miiv vfo.i.ica: "Aliswor tho
(Iu st itil.'
Mlr. IVylin : "I llavo eIlwti to you,
sir. Yo (lo not. ha1v to ask tius
ionls. Look in onr platform and
3011 will lind our position on every
(Illestioll. Yoi daro not sritto yours
il a platforim or on ihe st tmp. ()ur'
plat foril presells oilr View.s on overy
"hte yoing mnanl inlsisted upon i
furteir rospolls, and lpentied Sov
eral timivs: "Answer! Answor!"
A'. iai rV.lpIdeid- "I Iave tit
swered you, sir. I caimot. givo you
dlidestandidg; I cli Siliply givo
yOu 11n1 IAusWOr."
T1hro was (iiti' lilt iritrliissioli of
questions, atil M r. 1ryanl was per
mttitledi to go~ on withI his sp'eecht.
lie thlen erit icised thIt act ion of
lhe Pret(siiiet ini thle Port1 Ricant
it. was hero thait thIoe MKiinley
poister, heaurintg the insc'ripitiont, ''Alo
N inlei y waIs right ," wias lowerted from
at wiia low abtovo AMr . I ryanl's head1
and1( then let. fall to thle groundi(.
S'eing t hoe iiur float ing out mito
the ir, anl 01hl genltl(mant ini the
crowd exlatiiod: ''Thatl is I th way
lie will fial iln Novembtier.''
Mr . IBryant took not ico of thle intc.
(ont, sainilg: "'I doi not oblject to
thait pos5t('r beoing p'ut out. it says5
lhat. McKEiley was right, bout the
queost ion, when wits he tight. 11(
ItaIs Iee ooi otll thisidlos oI ovory qutes
tion1. Now, '.Jiichlid -Jb was hto o~n
w.lle iolo was right 4'
P'rocein g wi th I spooenh, Mir.
Bryat n mado ani tP apeal especially di
irect Cld to tIe coulloge stuidentts, u1rging
themu to st and out again t, what lio
denom11 iitedl the inhduttriatl depot ismn
or the trusts. Ile aliso prelsented'l his
well knuownt views conicerniing t ho ini
cretse of the army and1( the aicquisi
t ion of territory int th IPaciflic Oceaut.
Ile proceeded(~l for somotl timje withlout
interruphtio, b;ut iat last ai y'oung mani
stitfudli ug in thle itiio iee, 1)1t, sopat
rated fromi thu mallss of st iudenits iln
front of AMr. Bryaln, askedi hin 'or
an explanration of his atttitudoI( in the
mtter of the rat ificittion of the Paris
Mr u. Bryanu replied01: "'You ha tve
asked mo a quet(stioni. I wantrt to as5k
you on1'. I arns goiung to iinsw.er yours.
Wil you answer ino? W hat, is
''Ihn yonn man:- "I lin.enn't mot
any'. I n dowi hiro opon to your
(on1viel ilos. You air tailkiOkng to all
of I1". YOU t 0 4)ro spOcially to
Mr. vHrvan' " es, all1 1 1at inighty
Mad I m Olum to cmlyiet-ion, atld I
q)o vOlt aro 11( liko tio Scotch wo
111111, MI ail S:iio1 was opoll to Coll.
vlet ion but auldvd, I 'w%oubl(l lio to
SVO th in1all wio cli coliitleo in.'I
Mr. Brii on thit iliado his clitoi
nry expId Itliit itln Of his raIson1 for Hl p
0orting tho irnt y, anl(d from thlis timo
Mn PrOcOeded Io Iht Il 11nd of his spoch
W ihoit fiur-thor intortiption, fsatying
inl closing thit Ito did Iot Want thiti
nutior to be i bully and braggart,
but nilt irbiter and peacelimaker among
th t 1111io1 of tho world.
BavAN AT Alnt'lltN.
IthiGa, 'N. Y., ()ct. 1. r.Bryan
reitched A'bullr it. R.30 fund Spoko to
sOveral10 Iltotsand poplo in Sowird
IStIlare. Thev Stand from which hto
aldressed his iidiTICo WIS iOlIt0d
a1s to C.-.ulso him to faeo iho bronzo
statuo of Wiiliaml 11. 'oward, from
which tho squaro takes itsi no.
During his spoecht Mr. 11Bryan
ma11do incidlitl reffroitc to Mr.
SONw'rd, ut hI 11 did SO whilt Ia)VIkiIg
or i pro4mit, resijent. of tho city
illlod lotcldf, who is tho hiead of a
birgo agicultur limplvimentmnn
factuintg Comay locLted at tlhis
1lae. Ri4rrinlg to Mr. Motcalf, Mtr.
MU:TC'.L.F 8 01.11 TICK.n
"I htvo had Ily littontiont calle(d to
Iho fact that Oil havW hore at groat
man..Ifacturling p'lantt anid thant. ait tho
hWIad Of it sAId(S at n11im by th0 nam1e1
Of lvtcalf. Mr. mtclif is reporte(i
inl your. liepublicanl palperthaft inl the
Mv-0nt of myl)' (lICtioln IIt t plant Will
bm closed. I wlit to tvI yOu thit
today thll arlgliliont. of tho l?"opubli
Cait party is not. baseiod oil huan11til
rights, but it. is biasod oil comimorciall
THIE NAN 11l:o1*01%E TEOLAR.
"Therv," I said, pointing to tho
Staltum of Soward, "Stanldti tho tstat te
of thll gratiest man your city pro
du1cved unltil Mr. Motcalf alroso, anld
Ibero is t1i iig0r pOilltinlg upI)wIrd,
atd I beliovo oil tho batio yol will
fild the0 inkSCri)tiOt, 'Thtoro iti hIt igh
"Now, whon our good frimidt who
stand at tih) headl Of this groat man
lfatulr-inlg (Concrn is cAlIed to his
fthliers I proposo that, y-oul ervet it
stattlo of himl nivarby, anld havo tho
piger p 1itig downwards, anld 11havo
it. way, 'Ther ia lower liaw.' Luin -
butt inl carE (of conitt it blOieved ini
dayI the Ilipil ican110 paty ho111lifte in
Iwacrsfat all, (i an 11i(toy o wheniyou
thet cita1rgo that1 it is dest roy ing the
foun datt jolt of fteo governtmont; witht
Ihe char1igO I that it i8s( disrgaIrdi ng the0
dot ino 1 tht t governmitentts (dertve
thteir jtilt poer froint tho constM
of 1 th govorited, wha1tiis teir ant
swer ? i t is tltis : 'I f y'ou dairo to voto
t he D emocrati IC1ickot and1 man
i fest. lan ilteOrest ittn the old prinicipler.,
w) wvill close0 downt onr faIctoriOs lr-d
des1troy y".u' town.'"'
Wilt. t'tontAl!LY 1UT wAUJE8.
L at.or on in his8 spoocht Mr. JBryani
reveritod to Mr. MetcalIf aitd htis in'
"'I'This firmti in you r city th roeitonsB
to closo its factory. Thll is ani old
t.rick. I'They mado(1 tho th reat in I 9(
1and1 yet, aifter thIt electin imanry that
thIrealtened to closo theo itills if I was
(11e0ted Cult down warges and made
ttheir 1m101 stIrlfo aIftOr McKi(nley was
"I f tis companily tolls y?ou that it
canntiot do blusinesst undr a Di mo
cratic admmnistration, I wanit y 'u to
romnomber thtt we will havo just as
many113 farmors here tunder a D)emo
craltic adiititrationl as we have un
deor ai Ioputbbeani administration, aind
Stey will have o 0 uo atgricultural im
ploments, and someobody wvill bave to
mako1(t thtem, 1and( if these mon tell
3you they aro going to lot other peo
1p1e (10 tho wvork ando make the im.
(onm.l1daaO fo ltam nig.