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I?FIfIHD165 NEWBERRY, S. C., TUESD AY, APRIL 1. 1902. TWICE A WEEK. 81.50 A YEAJ3
Little they thought a fE
.. called it, I struck out bc
biggest stock in town and sell
been honored repeatedly sinc
We have no old'fashioned pol
derseller. of Ne"berry.
We start the greatest sale evE
est spring business ever done
bors get all the Snaps.
Black Dress Goods and Silks.
We must win because we have the winners.
3-pcs 36 inch Black Taffeta, regular $r oo kind, cut to 85c.
5 ps 36 inch Black Taffeta. regular $i.5o the never split kind, 97%c. -
Cs 36 inch Black Taffeta, regular $1.75 the never split kind, $1.174.
5 pce Corded Wash Silks just opened, regular 6oc and 75c kind, 45c yd.
25 pea Colored Taffeta Silks, blue, pink, old rose, cream, black and white,
the regular Soc apd 6oc quality, Mimnaugh's price as a flyer, 38 yd.
No shop worn goods here, nothing but the newest of the new.
Black Dress Goods.
This i where we do the busin- ss-bring your pocket book along,
spot cash or no go.
A forty foot display of fine lack dress goods-Black Henriettas, Serges,
up. Ellis G. Graydon move<
new trail and made his arp
FOR THE LAWLESS. He refei-red to the law and ti
in the case and thep stated I
mA wao TuRIBLY wSIePED A solicitor had been unfair in ti
ensond5 m that he had abused the def<
- WhIMl Two NegoS Beld eln-Convieted and stated in conclusion thi
'Despite DIs Mosey and sentenced had known that the feeling
'by ledge Gary to Uae Years'
- x.,rI..auent. his clients was as strong as
[Seca t heSat. since found out it was he woi
[Speial o Th Stae.]asked for a change of venu
Greenwood, March 28.-The now efdnei h oe
notorious case of Williamson carme to thought of the people had be
an end this morning when Judgeplcdet.anifaewt
(Gary imposed a sentence offv granted he would ask for a
years at hard labor in the State [pem- of.venue.
tentiary upon .Williamson and the1 In overruling the motion f
negro Charley Snow. -The other1 trial Judge Gary said that
negro implicated, Anthony Reeder, peae oamtta h
was' foliind guilty of simple- assault bemto ause, at te
acrding to the bill rendered by charachse, both een
the grgod ,jury. This case has aactersa wof bhadefendai
traoteduch attentionl. Great crowds thetman whson boah bie. wTh
attended the trial and ithas been the bththitdwasn bon side.iab
subject of.oonversation during th9 etc., arid. clsed. by saying
a The~ crm was co - w no reason wby the verdic
itten o et i6nthe ad a- Wi-jury should be set aside
ithso thetaid.rofin~ th egroesd an amson and tbe negro,
withtheaid.of he to ngroS now, wire then told to si
Oharley Snow and Anthony Reeder, In his r'emarks as an adc
whipped hinrainiot to death. It was Judge Gary stated that he
said by Williamson that he had gra make the remarks to harrow 1
pratostio forthe ded ad al oheigs of the prisovner, but bei
denied that he hal any help in whip- was his duty before passing
ping Werta. It was proved, by eye to admonish the prisoner
witnesses, however, that the two ne- crime. The words of the jud
groes difhelp.' welhoe.Tyartak
The case was called Tuesday after- welcoe. Tey r ak
noon. The examination of witnesses on every side and the one
was concluded cn Thursday at noon. prevails that ~ey ought I
' Zhe arguments in the case begun been heard by every citizen
Thursday afternoon were opened b omnt.H mrse
E. L. Richardson for the State. Mr. who heard him as they ha~
Richardson is quite a youag lawyer,benipsedefr'wh
a graduate of the. law class of the portance of law and order in
South Carolina'ecollege of 1901, bat communities. The people o
he is making a high reputation as a wood county hold Judge Gai
criminal lawyer. His many friends highest regard and esteem hi
congratulated him on the fine ap- hnrt h ec nSu
pearance he made in this case. Ellii lina.
Graydon, of Greenwood, and Sena ER TWN AF
tor W. N. Graydon, of Abbeville, ap- _
peared for the defense. They made fe ulcBhdD ilP
astrong fight for their clients. Solici- ~nt-1OO0I pr'
tor Sease and W. H. Hant, of the
Newberry bar, complted the counsel Wsigo,Mrh2.
for the prosecution. The arguments ti prpito il as
were concluded late yesterday after- senate was the bill granting
noon and after the charge by Judge 000 for a new cnstom house
Gary the jury retired. After sup office in Georgetown. This
per they brought in their verdict, most probably go through t
guilty." without opposition. Georg4t
After some minor cases on which only port in South C rolina
motions for new trials had been no custom house and its ht
made, were disposed of this morning growing so rapidly that the
th Wiliamson ase was aain called is regarded as a necessity.
,w years ago when I started
ildly to give you system of m
more goods in a day than, sc
.e this store was opened witi
cey high price systems and t
r held in Newberry. We are
here--Make or Break. The r
Brilliantine, Sicilian, Albatross, Nuns Veiling, etc. You will alway
find us first in quality, first in Styles, first in variety, first in low prices
Grand Millinery Display.
TAis department has been crowded for the past week with future order
and many new ones coming in daily. When you want a hat or bonne
come to my store, I will do everything in my power to give you mos
style and quality for the least money.
One, Two, Three--Go!
Compare my prices, I will not only meet but beat any price quoted.
xoo bolts of Shirting Calicos, the regu'ar 5c kind, now 3c.
2ooo yards 36 inch Percales, the kind they are going wild over, 5c a yard
2 cases 40 inch standard Printed Lawns, regular roc kind, now 6y+ c.
The Leading Storn
I for a SENATOR TILLMAN ON PAP@ South Carolina
pment. their constituent
e facts 'I D.NIr cARE tow Yo--r sHARE 'Ei, tion to the civil a
;hat the SO LONG YOU SHARE 'EM EVENI' which are hel
S case, South Carolina's seo Senator is Looking throughout the y
Isdants sharply After the Intereti or his state tor Tillman is n
t if he and in the Perrozmance of That Duty have more
He Hurls His Pitchfo'rk at the
against Civia service Commission, awarded placesi
he had ,-service, those ho
id have [Special News and Courier.] best ari-ange to i
. His Washington, March 27.-Sena-pasnthcil
seodtor Tillman is not content with thepainthcvl
secois- workings of the civil service system HAXPrON'8 TR1I
as as it is now managed. According to ' BI
chnethe Senator m;any States are getting Blow Op,en safe
chnea larger slice of pie from the ap. -Clerk of conrtCm
ranwpointment ce pboard than they are ob
hewsentitled to under the civil service ~[Special I
re had la,w. In order to get at the meat of Hampton, Ma
of tethe questioni and have it brought to ing between 2
and of the Senate's attention Seriator Till-' most daring burt
ed, but man has recently introduced in the in the town<
yweeSenate a resolution instructing the crackets entered
e light,cvi service comiss~ion to transmit Treasurer J. C
hat he to'the Senate a list of persons floW csedmng in dem<
t of the holding place in the employ of the esaping with i
WlGoverment in the c2assified service made an ent
harley thtaecharged . t the State of the lock -on t
nd u~ South Carolina, giving, names, pres- which iis in thE
onitio ent addresses, legal residences, when were only two
did not appointed and amount of salary in burglars. Thei
he feel- each case. .It is the Senator's pur- by a charge of n
aAse it pose Jto try and.1ave matter's equal- hammer, drill an
entence ized, so that South Carolina may making the hole
of his obtain the proportion of offices in the taken from the
gweeclassified service that she is entitled Rbrsatrh
d about to under the law-.I 11:30 o'clock.
According to an estimate made a iThe explosion
oiinshort while ago South, Carolina has !Court W. B. Cau
in hae only 70 per cent. of the officers that 25 yards from ti
inieshould come to her. Other States, a u n a
those as Maryland, New York and Penn- brnght anligw
h never 'sylvania, are found to havc, from 50 bh moopneigi
tei-to a 100 per cent. more than their had hapned ui
iviedshare. All of which goes to show guckh gan u i
reen- that civil service, as at present ad twickshot gaer
y n sa ministered, is but a slight barrier yards. He and
aanto that powerful factor termed "po who was als'
Caro' litical pull.'' the alarm. A
In this connection attention may before day ax
be called to the small number of ap- ance of two bki
plicants from South Carolina for of hunt for the
senes the fices in the classifled service. With search was futi]
riatedfew exceptions the offices in the va- ing able to rm
rious departments here are open distance.
-Among only to applicants who have passed Treasurer La
by the the necessary civil service exammsn- Busn a
$100,- tion. Passing this examination is finshis s <
nd post- but a part of the game; but to get window panes ir
bill will any assistance from the Senators and tered this mori
e house Congressmen it is, in most cases, made their esca
n is the necesary that those seeking employ- of the safe. It 4
that has meL.. mn the Government service here in cash edes
isiness is shall have succeesfully stood the ex on the alert,
building amination prescribed. Several of making for the 4
the members of the House from connndrels.
a little store down town, "Colu
erchandising, and today I have
>me of the would be merchants
i tributes to our pluck and ent
Dday stand before the public or
iesda Y, Ap
off in the lead and have made
aain thing is to get here with yc
3 2 cases short length White Lawns, regular ioc quality, now 5c a yard.
10 bolts of Cottonades for men's working Pants, regular 20c quality, ioc.
io bolts Sea Island, the 6yc kind Mimnaugh price, 42c a yard.
ioo doz Towels, as long as they last, two or only 5c.
jo bolts o,f fine 9 4 Bleached Sheeting, egular price 25c, now 18c.
t 5 bolts of fine 9-4 Unbleached Sheeting, ,regular price 20C, now 15C.
2co doz Clark's Spool Cotton, two' spools fr only 5c.
zoo bolts Kid Cambric Dress Lining, all colors. regular 5c, Mimnaugh's
io pes Bed Ticking, the regular 20C kind, now only 12Xc
1o pcs Bed Ticking, the regular roc kind, now only 6c.
Spring & Summer Hosiery & Corsets.
Our Hosiery Department is loaded to its utmost capacity with the
3 of Newberry, S. C.
have been urging 'PRESIDENT'S DAY'' died at
to pay more atten- about 40
ervice examinations, .AT TH EXPOSITION. Biooklyn,
at stated times He was a
ear Ad~ a Sna ROOSEVELT WILL BE IN CHARLESTON 'being -'ar(
ear. And, as Sena-I
aking an effort to TODY.odr
i the Government GvnaDne yCt fCaiso
ing frplaces haduatWge.ThL
:et the tract clear by
service test. Epsto ueuo h tt, TeN
aSRY~ ROBBED BY o ietr e oih n r h oo
With Nitro-(*)ycerinle. cpinadetimn fPeietwit O
uuey Gave Chase, But
a Escaped. Roeetedpry h ilarv anysl
SThe State.] Tepry ilbadtervnefrsip
ch 26.-This morn-cutrFradieitlypo
~and 3 o'clock a arvladvsttenvlsainadfny h
lary was commritted ohrpit fitrs ntehr faLI
if Hampton. Safebo.Anihthpridnadderts
the office of County adgnlmno h at ilb aft a
Langford and suc nte- dwt inrbytect,orma
lishing the safe wilnd p
he contents. Theytoattet.ohhtl.Wds
ance by breakingdawilb"PeietsDyathe(teey
idoor to the office epEto.Teprywl pn ~uAa
court house. Ther'eWdedyngtadTusa
in the party ofmonnastegetoCp.Wg-aos,n
5afe was blown open nra h ieFrs~n a u-mnga
itro glycerine. Themevlethnersmnthitiprynta
i other fools used in't al!tn re-n
for the charge were______ ___ote dc'
shop of Mr. J. I. EONK' ORBEFW~ plqe
left the shop aboutPesa
HrrsEdEL t L Bii EiteOr IN CAR T boelg-a
awakeneedEihthanderkt of -Adro-Om prMil-ian pentonrO.
sey,woliveGabou A ner Marc 24.-A of Chrest
ie our hose.*Heofand Eracidned at thmeOrvill ths Hoy
e scurd hisxtpwsietio hereavera he ate, byBlnhe Ne
shels lade wiharleestiouse Ma urch.-Ther Coarn-tod hr
ngeofbou10ofh niewctor0 hoet oght ngie hreeti
Mr. W.T. Jons,Sedwstudo the program e for an then
awaend, av th frst timnday,an Sho w srawhide.
part wa fomedstadin bywathin itmoemets,hestone]
Ld iththeassstHereppd.day on Teday, topril a8. us u
iodhnd begn abearng hen is oot liped adoh slhipe
robbrs,but Thefl pat ,wl or the rapidlueovigndlyoheel
e,hedog nt e Herwa Fowrd aroundiandl hurldporswi
i te tailforarrival the oppsit sie nava teeione Bedfanc,et
oHer pons horribnerusest and thned ar pin al.It
ngor, holiesatboth lAt bng bhroesin and ecovraes
~retl cagind o artdo hslme bo hpry wascrshd bein e
Lemoishd a4 t e Ntndwithadinner injuiehe t hae joits
hisoficeall h le w h,s consis wen asisanea reched peka.be5p
pe ithth cotetoim and rthe Sthe name hofelaivedneshe
~onai aout$2 ayi Micigan tobe o hPeient'sDa"the foemte
som ceckotexpoegasnt THe as roughtl spened s
on.Shrif ut twnesndarre igto andoomhinsday acrss te
ndver effrtosring oas htaest Cp. Thagciento- ass on
~apur o te drigmeirvle,t4 this tresomin adhei arip ad inse
nbia Trash," my competitors
the biggest store in town, the
here sell in a week. We have
erprise---This Store Was Needed.
i our merits as the great un
up our minds to do the great
ur money before your neigh
newest hosiery that is to be had for this season. Wear our several designs
of open work lace effect at 25c, they are unmatchable.
ioo doz Black Cotton Stockings to roll in this week for ladies, misses
and children, ask to see them.
ioo doz Misses' and Children's Hose, regular price ioc, now only 5c.
We are strictly headquarters for anything in the Corset line, any
size or style, short, medium, long, straight front.
OXFORD TIES AND SLIPPERS.
Still they come. All the new styles in Oxford ties and Slippers are
to be found in my Shoe Department. We are still the sole agents for the
famous Drew Selby & Co, the queen of shoes. A thousand dollars worth
of Lewis A Crossetts shoes for men just opened. Dont think of buying
anything until you have inspected Mimnaughs Great Dry Goods Em
porium. Vitit our store tomorrow and throughout the week.
9.40 tonight. Scott was DEMOCRATS ARE
years old and was from
where he has a family. VERY ACTIVEI
mason and his remains are
xd for by members of that THINK THEY SEE VICTORY AHEAD
bey will be shipped north r Ar
test Fad for Monograms. - eea.
w York girl still clings to Wsigo ac 7-h ii
~ram fad. She has had.herofM.LwsNxnthTmmn
embroidered on her shirt-ledrtoWsignthswkwa
'ked ou the iQstep othier~ aeteocso fa motn
~en hose, and traced iiinfrneoDecat pliins
s and jewels into buckles i hc ainlpltc'eeds
, belt and piair-barette. cse.Temi neeto h
he has a nelv monogram eet oee,cnee nasae
most novel, ,the prettiest ntmaeoMrNininbhl
is a lace monogram and i~ftheSuhr,eort. h
her parasol On a white atmnwa,iefc,asolw:
asol she will have her mon- "TeSuhrDmoatiite
pliqued in black Chantillymanrefvabetthnmn
ms; otherwise the parasoltinoMrGrmnfrhePs
rfectly plain. The effect isdec.Tywolbeonntih
smart. Her monogram in hsslcint nt l atos
lian lace letters she will
Anid if she has many par~- teSaeo e okimotn
a perhaps will have the i n ainleeto,te r
Sin Persian silk embroid-wilntoaepNwYrkscd
i of lae; A changeabledaefrtereinconneo
-blue silk parasol with nodiintathTmmyadat
>ration but the monogtam Tmayfcin nNwYr
npon the silk in letters of
imbroidery is distinctly atro ug akr o ntne
pril Woman's Home Coin-or-amnohirerdndfil
whipped Topeka's Mayor. moyangNwYrDecat
Kias., March 24.-Miss cpe.TeSuhr eort
~oise, a protege of Mrs. Na- wl o oit h apinwt
~whipped Mayor Parker inthrikotePesdnalad
t the city building today.daebigkfdbyoeaconf
es she slashed the mayorth Ne~okDeorc.
de sprang at her, tore the I ssi htM.Nxnwsvr
ut of her hand and pushedmuhipesdwtterpeena
ie hall. As Miss Boise wastonadaretosbithvew
of the office she exclaimed: o h otenDmcast h
:God I've done it; I've NwYr oiia edr.H i
ped you and now IPm go-nogietempsinthte
sewhip the fatinscolebrrcocle,."th
beginning her horsewhip-cetilreivdheumsabe
Boise gave the mayor a ipeso hti hi ifrne
lding and accused him of weenthronzdNwYr
ponsible for the fact thatwolhaetfitinheainl
are running openly in To- Nti eetyashsteebe
e then pulled the horswhip suc ipsto mn eort
~olds of her dress and be- t iwtepltclpopcso
ayor knew what had hap- hi at senorgn sa
struck him three timesprsn.TethktatCge
head and ansteybeivethdgondors.
Dise is about 35 years of scesu rsdnilcmag
Sanure b psfesionhwrlner liTdl Tmmny.LaerTe