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E A T \ R T .T SR EPD 1895. NEWBERRY,_S. C., TUESDAY, APRIL 22, 1902 TWICE A WEEK. 1.50 A YEAP
If Low Prices coupled with b
store the centre of attractionUi
packed daily. We are, and wil
rounding county that this stori
upper South Carolina. My he
-lCome and Exanie 01
JUST FOLLOW THE CROWDS.
W.MiDNESDAY, APRIL 16 THE SALE BEGINS
36 inch Percales, still they go at 5c yard.
800 pos. Calicoes as long as they last 2 7-8c yard.
200 pos Sea Island regular 6p kind now 4je yard.
50 doz towels as long as they last, two for 5 cents.
50 dos " " " ' " " 10 worth 15e
100.doz ladies' and misses hose, the'price is 5c pair.
100 doz men's half hose, 10a kind now only 5c pair.
100 dos colored Organdies, 8c quality now 5 cents.
100 doz " " 10c quality, now 7c.
50 dos " " 121c quality, now 8wc.
1000 yds Table LineD, mill ends direct from Ireland, 21 to 31 yd lengths, half price.
RISE PROI A aimed at, was truly wonderful. In ~ ACOM
the height of surrounding excite- AU the News
-UIONDAM FO, ment he could be serene and col- Union
lected; in moments when it was easy
s9ov. CHaEsBr,AIn's E%TEMATE to be unrestrained he could be mod- I have bee
OF0 WAD3 LAMPTON. erate. Whoever else lost his balance, thing to say
TVasture to 3.r that south acounma baasapo ee id u eilt
Never ba4 a Great Orator or s,ateemanIamalte
wh Col c av Don wha tsaakmfalthscpag-n oiefud tar
som Old; Could Hay. Led the state ansefcnrladupotgthmomcht
so Wisely sed Masterfully as
Blaspte. uid in the C1CIReaalm-eewsbeoddut imuuesad
stae.s EUnder whtch he cnito htti as a h ern.S
Did his Most Consp1e-casofjsieofpaeadocvl.tntos:
uoua and Valuabler
Work." zio.Nmawhknw apfelw wi
[Springfield Republican.] 1dobhiprfiddvintoheayadad
To the Editor of the Republican:pulcwlaeOnmyqetinkonfc
Your editorial notice today of thethwidmohiplcymatinalrgpe
destb of Wade Hampton leaves little aohraddfeetplc ih 1 h s
to be said by others. My ov n rela- Iaotnti
tiois t him were, of course, peculiaronwhiselifomdcnqs.teaoun
audiaay possibly give an interest toHapn'fietyto hsonsneIhv
my view and estimate of him. I etjdmn.H tail olwdmeigo
have in other places and on other tergta eswi,adh a smgt a
occasions spoken of him, and what Isuetfoowiindyofeeaasby;om
shall now aywill not be new. Forceindyofvcr.He uneilath.T
of character and finely balanced tmsa ela pnpopru.sml ea
judgment were, as I see it, the lead- efl tesig n roso ogsnel
ing traits of Hampton. As you re-ourgesfrtn,aswlasheratted
mark he was not a Calhoun or Clay. apas rdcer fhsflo i ee
He does not belong on the roll of truhi l ebr eaeW
great orators or sbatesmen.. But tohisl,sfrasIcne,wtoulgsaued
say this is not to disparage or disrate msaeo al,fo h on fmkn e
Hampton. I venture to say thatviwhtokteqeso
South Carolina has never had a great Oe i pngaentigcudciiimf
- orator or statesman who could have *esaem outrdsrieo fw ol
done what Hampton did; could haveblm,iIcolsethgrvtms.hmfuli
ledtheState so wisely and masterfullytaeinhscer,frIelsueedonsado
as Hampton did in the circumstances wstu talt: st hth etmspol
-under which he did his most conspie -adda~hsdt.Teei ogo ydi
nous and valuable work. The great hge rie ogetrscesHr r
orator ormstatesmanehasihisour pasltau
Bltackis of et uagead crisis First Te
but t isproprlynot ighe land sefllf cotol wndh ludrigte ofao mchatled
the laceof te geate leaeraolth whe peole teondeuc dofbth ap com ndertai
peope wo b fore o wil an th opnvsecohage toi dctioe wand the lpeag use
eniof cmmandgnde a S ase og itice, tof kee standl onivl thagn on sai
in tory nd ryig ime. Hm lotatind tru ath owhonor Hanm at era
ton,therfore ouht t stad a onptoitisfmila evniothe en,is are c ranseistur wb
thevey fre ost ofthe n 'nofhis cdb hih profotr.d devoton to ahe iftyst nead
State who have actedhighepart. to n ne inayh quetion knond fac
In tis am ot ayio ofhisdo pol andolc, a thinkrd of lreped e
ansbranydfiretpoic mgtue the lsi
.hat wat Hamton dboutasnoetwir
I a ony xprssng y onvctonthave Burke bette rsaits, Nt outhn neit
thatas te leder f hi peole ne who but l nfradca us the pseso fsm oe a d'sourn
p~.Aiical nd soicn, Hapto ns ieltity, todiscover since Ithe
besugjudgment.aHedsteadilypaollowed meeting Dfi
partwhih noothr cizie ofthe atright any hemawnit adton was emighty h
Stat wa prbaby eualto;aprturedb tohlso t nd day it hefetas porsoma
which ~~~~in yjdmn oohrct prd, of wicoy Hfll an vil ouwae poory pb
ofth a ay roaofhe meorto "him slstsdrrw o agrine lex
appans antceereofhi felo tad
citizens,but Chouhitamlbe rn.r w
histry oul prbaby hvelaydiWslf srofas, cApri see, witout peiare wd
so well. Hisomaftely,offmen,tof selftof theyn new
lute hi poer f dieeng nd on-Ter hsrs oparavesnthn remed forla ad t
rolin th foceswih wichhe ad-ieruad me taer disraise o' the anyj
blame, aif Tar.ould the gides mi Forthad.
to dealsandatoareach the resultshheWeers. himes peophr
right new reliable merchandise
then there is no mystery about
1 continue to convince the peo
E is the cheapest arid most sati!
art as well as my rnoney is in
ir Great Stock and You Will No i
The Silk selling Keeps Up.
Our Silk Business this season is wonderful which is the strongest evidence that
we nave them all beat on price and quality. Here are a few numbers that can't be
36 inch elegant Taffeta, wont split, worth$1.50 Mimnaugh's price 971c.
25 pcs. colored Taffeta, as long as they last 38C.
Another big lot of wash Silks just opened. If you want to buy Silks now is your
ALL THAT WE CAN DO IN MILLINERY.
Every day the Express Company rolls in more new goods, no time to wait on
freight. (Why is all this Business) We are selling correct Millinery. We are selling
Millinery cheaper than Millinery prices. We don't have to make it all on Millinery,
it's not a matter of profit, we want to build up a big Millinery business.
Mimnaugh s, 2
?N CH PEL LET ~ BM. age workiig in cotton mills? Accord- LINCOLN THE GREJ
ing to our way of thinking, this kind of
round Bachmnan Chapel and a a ol ,Lol ea moiinAn Interesting Letter on the. C
ron acdman Chapenlan a law would nM only be an imposition Lincoln by One Who Diag
cademy Interetingly upon a certaiu class of poor people, Senator McLaurina.
but we believe would be quite an injus
requested to have some- tice as well as a hardship upon them. Mr. Editor:-Not longs
bout the last session of Every poor mian has to pr.ovide for his appeared in the Herald
re. It may be noticed that own household and he has a right toapotnofasec W
late 'in saying; tiut I have know his own circumstances better than astiocrn aseliehed
h t gone time; sot you caan None youcan see that these are a few ton, on Lincoln's last birt
hy my say is just now ap- acts that were offered at the last ses- sary. In that speech tb
now, if for nothing more sion of our general assembly that failed said that Lincoln was t
fy the curiosity of that to find place on our statute books. Soesmaththiconr
I proeed:after all you can begin to see how much
spaoknown fatta h ood they did by doing no harm. duced since it has been a
smet, consumed the 49 Now let us notice if we can't find at ernment.
ourned; and it is another least some good acts and joint resolu- I have no quarrel with a
bat the people, or at least tions that were made laws: First, we born and matured in Dixi
nt fthem, have started believe that everybody seems to felthat there has been a deart
i amount of complaint proud of the i~ncrease of the pensionmeinorsco.Lnol
gbengdoeBu this is appropriation which has just beenmeinorsco.Lnol
v;it is usually thet cr isat doubled. Tbe county government law of the North. Be it so.
nent of every legislature has been made better, we believe; the has her idols too. At the
known anything about the reduction in the commutation tax fo I shall teach my childret
general assembly. It is a one dollar will eventually prove a bene-Sotha prdcdmn
matter to please every- fi towrd grmakingrbetterd roads. Souinthely roed an h
want one thing and some wilrin srstem workingacordin to ourfchildlofgdestiny,hAbraham
be fact of the business is, hie7ytm hc,acrigt u hl fdsiy baa
ople want more money judgment is the only systematical way When a popular curre
ise we need it; but I have of having good roads. Another good certain way, it is easy to f
arned that there are two act was to exempt school trustees from cret ih rwog
f able tohat theesatre a farm products to be mreted inanyo regarded by scme as a m
iacle toeed,tse aetown in this State without license; the he was no more a martyr t
ing to admit that the last joint resolution extending the time for men who have been assassii
id but very little, so far as paying tax without penalty to the 31st He is also believed to
laws is concerned. Now of March was of some importance. Iherited from his father a
come, d tnotde.rI am requested to announce that thbere slavery and a Xove of freed(
this? I should say no.will be an election of church officers of is alleged, left Kentucky os
stieook roud nd cogi-e Bach man Chapel congregation 0n the of slavety. BaLt the section
raise for wha thbey didn't fourth Sunday of this month. tSo all the elder Lincoln lived,
so much criticism. Some- the members can prepare themselves ol adu fsae
can do a great deal of accordingly. T. J. . nlyer hdiscle tof hslkivds
g no harm. April 16, 1902. nvrdslsdt i id
few of the bills that failed JOKE ON A JUDGE. hey insietiouso scnver
twe consider a blessing. the i)ttto o lv
erection of a State institu- It Aroae In connection wVith an Important Lincoln's fat her left Kentn'
a soldier's home. We; :Deci"-afuitvsioojstc,.n
tthe State would have just he fgiatv e jutie, a.
>r such an institution as a [Columtia Record.] he toueathe leawho
Ihave for five wheels, and At Newberry last week, Judge Smeve otha hen the Hop
he aseriontha iftheGary rendered a decision declaringcofrnewshl,Lc
eft to a vote of the old vet-b d
uld be killed by a vote of that excess charges by railroads, to pay for thbe siaves if ti
where passengers fail to purchaseStesw ldruntot
'd you want the lien law tickets, are invalid. Au appeal was Tats wodrerb tho wb
)h, no, I think not. I con- taken, and the qeto will come up know. sidee bhoswhcul
law jst fobour sId the before the supreme court. Th eyEvery intelligent main n
ends ifryou don'toue . d ay the decision was rendered Judge konte,thti a
sing to you, your famity Gary had to go to Abbeville, and heolyavrshtti,
ounding country in which didn't have time to buy a ticket. outh awould hort timeld,
When the conducror came around he:lc fmnadrsuc
Iyou want a compulsory demanded 25 cents excess of fare. lh aro e had oresourct
intain such a law. There ''Why, I have just decided thatwolthNrhhaebn
ree fifths of the children such charges are illegal," said the cious towards us than it
orelled to labor for a sup- judge.- reiutotsbgnng
eaethree fourthe of the -"Can't help tbat, judge.' said the prvost tsbgnig
aare going to do the very conductor, as thbe jadge paid over The Sout ought not,
in toward educating their the money and took a receipt. The not discredit Lincoln becau
gardless of a compulsory judge is more firmly couvinced that :the illegitimate son of Tot
ie other fourth you can't his decision is right, b)ecause when adNnyHns ti
way. he went to get his rebate check andceptc himaonk Itoi
id you want a law to pro- jcashed the office was closed, and he i cethmacrigt
une2 or ..- y ar of isarrying it about with him yet. but not otherwise.
GiEl TEST S TORE.
ever had the power to. make a
the way Mimnaugh's store is
ple of Newberry and the sur
ifactory store to trade with in
onger Be a Doubter.=
SHOES AND OXFORDS.
The Biggest Shoe Sale ever held in Newberry. All the new and perfect Shoes
that are made by some of the best makers in America.
- 500 pairs of Crossetts fine shoes for men to be sold at cut prices.
25 cases Drew, Selby & Co's. fine shoes and slippers just opened. These shoes
need no introduction.
Don't buy your Shoes and Slippers until you- see
COME DIRECT TO MY STOSE.
Leading Store of Newberry, S. C.
LT. The writer has obtained his in- and overthrown, it will come from
tiaracter of formation from biography, from Lin- the voracious desire of office -this
rees With coln's law partner for twenty-five wiggle to live without labor and toil,
years, and others who had opportun- from which I myself am not free."
.nce- there ity to know thq man. If the Sena- Lincoln was jubilant and happy
.ce ther .s
ad News tor really knows Lincoln, he is morewhnispde asgtfe,ad
h.c Snfortunate than most of Lincoln's con- we twsdspone,h a
inb Bsen temporaries; because it is admitted djce n eacoy nsc
h annve- on all hands, that he was one of theseon,athslt,ispdeak
eaSenatr -most reticent and secretive men ininoh ptfdsar,ndhugs
e ra- It has almost passed into a proverb, Anistalthrtfrdtncon
has pro- that great men have great mothers.istekyoeohscartr.H
free gov- Lincoln despised his father and hadclietobasgdasnyd,
wono tender feelings for his mother;adtoblntohefmiyfte
man, wowhich may be one reason why he be- lo n h rb fteege
, eivscame a confirmed infidel. If he was! mdtecntn rcigo
of great so unfortunate in parentage, how didjoesthontouttatrubd
s the idol he become so great ? On what food hmws hth ih i ihu
rhe South did the Senator's mighty Caesar feedoigayhn,tlnkisam
ame time that he becaun4 so great beyond all ax eoywt h vnso
that the of his countrymen? h~tm.Js eoeh s
men in- It is said that Lincoln was a greatsudhseacptoprlmtin
strange lover of Birn's writings, from which h odabsmfin htsc a
Linol. e driedthesiplcit ad ervbnthe uracosdesir of oficel-thi
nt sts hs syle He as,howver,mirgAfer tolie awtinthe gaorand oil,
ollo tht fod o TamO'Sante,Dath fnd mitioh by beiyselact Preient,
[~icol i Dr Hobok nd olie ills,if eLinobeo me histan, hpp
an therDaiy an TheLamntoGle- hvncipiees a infdeltifioed,an
have in- Lincolnisealsodsaidltohavelbeennyears
Aseat an whi am hin pridetact
in, who itntccordqngitoohisiwriter, the "liegiss
accont vie oly hen t des arm itis f yasuicide Sringded bar, hsaid.
ihe eyoed to hecharater he
conaied ha "gea poitcias ugh away golayer, anbi d a s anbodr
and e t deeiv th peple" I isnotabletontelongct. H al opiin fs tht
~ed tere,know wheher Lncol eveorea adthe equal of theoeglse. n
abutthi prton f hewrterinqustin,otermando this cntanmeeracking stum
Whe bt hee i godevdene oig jo eor the pole.ogttattobe
~ky washo tha hesomeimespracice Ins,llect loe, mihwvr des itout
ad~hs dplcit an dobl delin.ansdr grtes;orywthew the evnsm
estye-day bfoe he reidntal letin he iis time mst imortan heac
ln offeredelarge eajortypafithepministersoan
Le h todo no oomore thanuc ad
Lienon. hederived they simplitad ntefrEve
ougt o hm,onaccun ofhi distcav ews. yther reneshs lise acore
t etse He caf hite tHe offic however,mmoreoAfeer heeatnainedmthegoaluof his
llowthathfond eo Ta O'S an e Det and grati non ben repect,edu Precsi et
inolust have Hoabok an moll i onili, tfhe were no eakm acerstian, hs
eti but onye acno hiws infTMortain doblsHadesd,ooneldh
bave theilni also decaidthto hebaive ien chratr Hen was gae in contac
breof ane Bbe.mirend thiscfipen oftolar.wt himtra als daily gu, oreat
s,wh. Afterding friehs writera, here ig as yarls,grat whrnfe vitrousta
acconyears,cnooaly thet de am ti he eneraee'scmen-ad ull gravet ieet.l Tredr
moreic gratvits,ue awheritde quickly an anbonceeyu thiscuilaetnt ayhen wara
s tand t a "great.pltca sog t awy odl w e,ad a m n o o sd r
ferene toe iv the. pepe" IWi o be in ellet. s pinion is,tha
and dese kNowiwhstandin Lincoln ever ra Mhelis mreul atth Doultitu ofn
seh auhs errticenth rite and eswthal, malaes cut offbDr Kiime,'o thew stimp
Lincon ocasonll thei real av i mnc gofg te before-the popldie ssnoo tm
wilin to an owuha cro somtIfeves praid peia, Lon hofwpeie, Jaoesiest
smer, he, Aericansiey and th ealnited Biusrness everwaaiae althl enu
stly be- days be~~~~fore thprsdnilectoTheseill ndsrthe rkert.importat fall
offre Sages gaovrnet , f rt e m raist e ad tod ori ts. o oe h n ay