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E~s rABLISHED 1865. NEWBERRY%.'& So C. TUESDAY, API29102TCEAWK.$50AEA
Mimnaugh Marches On
Take a day.off and bring your
stairs and down stairs. I will sho
other store can show you half the
and year out. You need the good
1,000 yds Lonsdale Cambric, short lengths, 10c
50 yds Fancy Printed organdies, sold every
where for 10c, now 5c.
yds 40 inch Fancy Printed organdies sold
everywhere for 121e, now 6e.
2,000 yds White P K, the regular 20 and 25c qual
ity for this sale 1I1j.
1,000 yds Shirting Calicoes, other stores ask 5c,
Mimnaugh's price 2c.
1,000 yds 36 inch Percale, other stores ask 10c,
Mimnaugh's price 5c.
5,000 yds fine Ginghams, other stores ask 10c,
Mimnaugh's price 71c.
200 dos Clark's Spool Cotton, regular price 5c
spool, Mimnaugh's two spools 5c.
00 yds Dublin Linen, regular price 10e, spe
100'boltsAndroscoggin Bleaching, regular price 8t,
for this sale 7c.
-2O0 bolts Sea Island, regular price 5c, now 4.
ka-50 piees Black P K, regular 121c kind, for this
10White Bed Spreads for this sale for only 58c.
i4ery train is bringing us new goods.
AT MANNING. selt that he
today to answer
as REPLIES TO TH CR 4 RG R MA DE vitation of citiZe
BTD SENATOR APPEKLT. Here the corre
ThseSumor Semator's PIau for a Primnary
V@mi Esaet a Pledge of Deanocrae trypel n e
E3en mU Gandidates but Would anthcare
Uzeept McLaurina ThIs Year. eain
onesdfrom the State.] cebr7ota
lsoning, S. 0., April 25.-Thehitoheeec
meting today was the result of an H a goe
invitation to Tillman from nearlyfomthr.I
/500 citizens of Clarendon county tosertehos
me here and speak in refutation ofhihemgtr
thi charges and about 1,000 persons tuea ihu
wre present. The senator was well o h ie
reseived. Last night he was enter- A afe
nined at a banquet at the Manninggobfrte
hotel, tendered by a committee ofwatdosam
At 1 'cock his ornig a o sApet othere
__ snatr th stad, hic ha be nd nape charges.
Senato Tilrn an SenatriAlPand said othe
peltwereseard imedielyon him atColmthe ffc
leftandtherigt o Chirmn v He u ad filledwi
withn tw f~ofeac othr. fro aginthers. I
ter prayer by~swe the Reth. el, twsoys
- SENATORTILLMhi he igt ri
howasreeivd wthconideabe uethooka wtot
defnd is ivte harcte an ghi answer te
scaed bu an viupeatin. e cane bt stam
stasing me and dinty ofies.na~f~ofted
tion he ptoph~hy nr:r~leedhe So i he ki
oAl was1i 'clcktmorng attcosaked, th el other
bittee fe50 eiznsou esremte die Since ten
eatorin tob Dhemrantwich part bee n snape nwai
Sh eightlyear ago,hi on thisey- andw intheity
barels.n gurd. It the pos
beator Tiha and~ Sroecto A the yied the other wi
part, where t imeacel ons teu he solmbaor
eand tensgh onefr l Cheseman v amid crleedowi"
ders. w ee feabohe.A aans"t m.
t israyeory hmRev P.nBWlSa,o It cup onl ewa
heeohairan eiH intrdrce who br t ou vHit
E hs astorsTLLAN thug wea e TigEs PROlEC
wo a Ecelived (wira thciebe Snattor Al
accluse be sairntd h hoe to thte undecided,i
efsernd h pritescare and his andswega tom.
opy ofl ateind.Nc mient ma n m Iwl aemanded
befor hd gos toral, he Nt int consiofesush
fld Wier cIEc O AP I . op , weat about c
Onrl 6 he had wrten aatoed-fu r eadto proee
ird With Increasing Bus
family to see Mimnaugh's Store,
w you what a contraction of yout
stock to select from. My true "n
s, need the cash, so here they go,
Dress Goods and Silks.
This is where we do the business. We like op
position and defy competition. The greatest Black
Goods and Silk Sale ever held in the town. You
are not invited to choose from shop worn gbods,
odds and ends, short lengths or anything of the
kind. Your purchases here will be from clean,
fall pieces direct from the biggeet manufacturers
at about 50c on the dollar.
Our entire line of Wash Silks worth 60 and 75c,
your choice for this sale 29c yard.
Another big scoop of 36 inch Black Taffetas,
never split kind, worth $1.50, for this sale 97tc.
Our entire line of Black Dress Goods to be sold
at a big reduction. If you want a nice Black Skirt
or Silk Waist now is your opportunity.
line of Men's Shoes at a big reduction.
ild be in Manning have to contend against. WE
his charges, by. in- am at home still I realize what
ns. quence can do from a man
spondence was read Tillman's powers. lam unaccustc
Tillman and Sena to this sort of thing.
~ard to the meeting At this point he was interru
by the crowd and Tillmani came
the, letter Senator ward and said that he was not
t the Times of De- as a bulldozer, but as a pris
ed slanders against at tbe bar on trial for thievery,
that he was a thief. that he wanted Appelt to have
similar accusations play.
he took time to an- Appelt recalled the days wher
nds ot lies against was a roaring Tilimanite, deeli
w to tbe age of Me that he was still a reformer,
getting to the top that he differed from Tillman 01.
primary. As a newspaper mar
Stold McLaurin to had criticised him as he had a
people because he to do. His charges were not
out treachery, and personal knowledge, but on wr
led the head of tbe information. What he uder
>art would rot and to reason out was on circumstal
the little whipper- evidence.
>ers that McLaurin~ There was nothing in his pra
h as the Greenville letters to Tillman to show tha'
Jolumbia Record- was two faced. What he had
toffice at Greenville therein about McLanrin he
th the collectorship ialso said in his paper, and he wv
d kept their col- now state that if McLaurin
h abusive charges shown not to be a Democrat he w<
not vote for him. He would fc
en my friend here, the Democratic party in what
es because he was action it took.
tanite in Clarendon, But McLaurin had nothing tc
ier these accusations with this matter. He had told
worth my while to in the last conversation he had
him that it began to look as if
that his slanders were making a fight he could
eplied with four stand up to and if he was going
and with the cun- the republican party not to ex
treiterated them. him. McLaurin had replied tha
ut I must say that had no sucb idea, and he belie
>articularly because him.
o organize the par He declared that if the pl1
one of your leaders that elected Tfillman to office
u some things to as good enough then it was;
otaining its purity enough now. He~ protested age
a small body of p)oliticians prest
:ting attorney is ing a man's loyalty to the pa
with the case I will If a comtuittee could fix a m
:r for the present. Democracy, i be committeei
jn took his seat might be "ix-'d.''
Hurrah for Till Then be propounded the fol
Appelt," "Give Ap. ing written goestions to Set
I let the measles Tilbua:
bim Appelt." ArPELr' S INTERRoGATORIES.
TING ATTORNEY. .l. Was not the primary Syl
at first seemed a inaugurated to give every white r
but finally he arose a voice in tbo selection of candidi
I he, that you take 2. Does not oar party pledge
a the position I oc low every wvhite man to be a cai
nsider the power- date who pledges himself that b
t I nftnantely a TDemorat anr1 will abirle the rei
Iness, Increasing Capacol
and see the biggest stock of gooc
h, energy and capital can do. N
iotto is progress," push forward,
Another big shipment just opened. This is the
biggest shipment of Millinery that bas rolled in
the town this spring. I place on sale five hundred
fine Trimmed Hats at less than 50c o.a the dollar.
100 fine Trimmed Hats worth $1.50, now 98c.
100 " " " " 2.00, " $1.25
100 " " " " 2.50, " 1.98
100 " " " " 3.00, " 2.49
100 " ." " " 4.00, " 3.00
50 doz Trimmed Sailors for this sale - - 25c.
50 " " " " " " -- 49c
25 "6 "4 " " " - - 68c.
Don't buy your head gear until you see my line.
Big Line of Wash Goods, Embroideries an
st Store in the
tile I and support th, nominees of the pri- predecess
elo- mary? Then why change it now? "rottennei
with 3. Was not one of the main tenets fering fro
med of the Reform movement to bring 18. Wa
the candidates face to face with the investigat
pted people and that there should be free tions reful
for- thought, free speech, and free action ? the books
here 4. Are you and some of your pre- of the trn
ner tending friends not in favor of fixing to an exar
and the party pledge so that a man who 19. We
fair does not agree with you on certain the trust
questions, notwithstanding he claims ever dems
i he to be a Democrat, endeavoring now permit a
rinog to prevent him from giving the peo- transactio
but pie an opportunity to decide whether 20. Dic
the or not he is a Democrat? .. create the
.he 5. When the dispensary system of the pec
ight was inangurated, did you not make oppressed
rom laage purchases of the stock ? .due to cor
tten 6. Did there not exist at that 2 ne State of 1N
took a "whiskey trust," and did you not tor for fra
i~tial make large purchases from a member 21. Ar
of that trust? a director
vate 7. Did not the trust have an agree- corporatic
,he ment to pay its purchasers a certain 22. Dic
said rebate? interferen
had 8. During several months of your ator with
uJd a 'ministration large quantities of 23. Is i
wsliquor was purchased was there. y ou to ust
>uid any rebates recorded on the books of telegraph
owthe institution ? them ?
ver 9. Why do not the rebates appear 24. Did
on the books? -jth State,
do 10. Did .you ever get cotton seed Ithe board
h.Omeal and have it charged to the pen penitentia
ith itentiary, and insist upon that insti- er of that
he tution paying for it, and only peid anything <
ntafter two years and then by compro- open an a<
no mise? Senator
ito 11. What authority did you have vits from
pect to buy for your private use and have fore been
t he it charged to the State? ta ea
ve 12. Did you not get brick for your 'oats and
private use that belonged to the penitential
~dge people of the State? Would yon ago, whiec
was have offered to pay for these brick! own use.
ood had it not been exposed through the Appelt e
inst Neal investigation ? ing that
ri- 13. How many bushels of oats allowed re
~rty. did you get from the State farm and per gallon
an's have shipped to yoa at your home He tool
sef in Trenton ? for himsel
14 Did you have the right to run BEG
ow a private farm at the expense of the Tillman
ator State? sumed ab)
15. By what right mi law or mor- "sihreds a
als did you get thbe authority at State stated her
tem expense to get wood, coal and vege- anJ tookv
an tables ? 1,000 pers
tes 16. Did you not continue to re- He was
(ceive products from the penitentiary fro~m WVas
al at your home in Tr anton as late as felt as Ia:
di. I1897, not even pay:ng the express hoped to (
e is Icharges. small as st
sui j 17. D id you not denounce your te.)3
'v to Buy and With Incr
is ever crowded in one room. C
o other store in Newberry has t
not stand in the same tracks and
Umbrellas and Parasols.
100 Parasols and Sunshades, 60c kind, now 38c.
100 " " " 75c " " 49c.
100 " " " $1.00 " " 80c- 3(
[00 " " " 1.25 " " 98c. 3(
100 " " " 1.50 " " $1.25 3(
100 " " " 2.00 " " 1.49 4(
My advertisements make me 3(
-noney because my bargains
save the people money.
d Laces just opened at the Cheapest Store on
ors in office and charge You would not hang
ss" because of alleged pil- what this man has broi
m the penitentiary ? less convict me. (ApplaI
,s not a committee sent to He asked who sent ti
e the dispensary transac- attacks on his character
sed the right to examine Pointing to Appelt, he
and did not the membcrs whom does this man beloi
st refused to be subjected Voice-To McLaurin.
nination on oath ? Tillman declared that
~s not your dealings with nvrbe oeptf
questioned, and did yououofagethrht
,nd of the trusts that theyexiton fApe's
n1 investigation of yourda,sidh,"ilrd
you not on the hustings Gigb er ai
impression upon the minds bakcrdggigfl
pie that the cause of theirth eni.Ofcus
condition was largelycacitbauetddno
porate greed, and that the wn oakyuwa
ew Jersey was an incuba-hapndiitadcn
udulent corporations? gie (Luhr. Itd
'e you not a member andmeta MLurnsh
in a New Jersey chartered vr uhi h odt
you not denounce the drybsns naw
se of a United States sen-caethtewsafidt
aur campaigns? drdntso ni h
t not against the law for Mnighdbe ild
Sa free pass, express or " att aeti
frank, and do you usein.Ithrisayin
you- not, as governor ofwhnisarsbgnt
and as such, chairman ofFo42yasIhvhd
of directors of the State cr o esnladc
ry, instruct the bookkeep- n hr s ohns
institution not to charge' no led tsidwt
>n the books to you or tocod Iamgigtma
:count against you?isabywranahss
Appelt then read affida-asteeianrcodf
)arties, whieb have heretoSte.
published, going to show ThseaotokuAp
or Tillman receive~d brick,tiscaeocly; nw
vegetables, etc., from thefrsheaitatewa
ry authorities several y ears o h rmr nSuhC
b he appropriated to his 2 ne h at ld
lso produced a paper show-wihteRpbcasn
the whiskey trust badsic190woevteai
hates of from 5 to 10 centsadwhsevracint
a his seat amid barrabs 3OfcusIbdiv
f andJ for Tillumnr.tinwtithlmtsot
ETS DOWN TO BUSINESS. A afe re,a
's reply and defense con- teDmcai xctv
ant three hours and onlytoepsMLarnsta
Ld patches" of it can be ncthnhehaebe
3. It was a lively speecheob ebtsadpoaos
vell with the crowd of overitsawaeofgdSO
oDs. a s.Ife igse
only an humble senator hdt rvlaltewyf
iingtc n. He had neverintnocmehrtow
rge as some persons andditadflhnd aur
lod he would never feel as mnhsbe puig
me prsos ll.(Lagh . eve beenatore aiti
tendbin fs Appelt's.
easing Power to Sell.
lock full from floor to ceiling up
ie facility to compete, and no
3ing the same little song year in
Shoes and Slipppers.
The biggist line of Shoes,and Slippers in upper
:uth Carolina under one roof. Note the follow
g prices and remember they can only be had at
)0 pairs Ladies' Oxfords worth anywhere else 75c,
Mimnaugh's price 49c.
)0 pairs Ladies' Oxfords worth anywhere else
$1 00, Mininaugh's price 75c.
)0 pairs Ladies' Oxfords, worth anywhere else
$1.25, Mimnaugh's price 98c.
)0 pairs Ladies' Oxfords, worth anywhere else
$1.50, Mimnaugh's price $1.25.
)0 pairs Ladies' Oxfords, worth anywhere else
$2 00, Mimnaugh's price $1.49.
)0 pairs Ladies' Oxfords, worth anywhere else
$2.50, Mimnaugh's price $1.98.
) pairs Ladies' Oxfords, worth anywhere else
$3.00, Mimnaugh's price $2 35.
a dog on the people of Clarendon were not
igbti much manly enough to vote accoiding to
ise.) their convictions, but that they re
iese pitiful ceived their orders from Tillman.
to Appelt. He had not been in Clarendon for
asked "To eight years and did not personally
?"know 20 men in the county. It is a
good thing for me that I came here to
there had wake you up from your lethargy and
il petering keep some people from making asses
ban in this of themselves.
"Yester- The senator then declared that in
ing on the order to mix a little clean meat with
a mncident, this carrion, he had prepared the
I noticed a following remarks which he wished
ilt to catch reported verbatim. Looking at the
it did not reporters, he said it was like a piece
try, but I of apple pie to a schoolboy, because
iould have it goes to the press without their
~ht the en- having to sweat to work it up.
es seem to OF DEEP INTEREsT.
2chman is There is a matter of deep interest
on of tbat which will come up for discussion
about this and settlement in the coming May
that indi- convention, and as I am the repre
lUt that he sentative of the Democracy of this
stoffice at State upon the national committee it
may not be improper for me to ex
so a warn- press my views on it and to inform
rotton in you as to the sentiment and fee]ling
m and not of the Democrats in Washington on
~row gray. the subject. The Democratic party
a clean re- in South Carolina has occupied a
vic virtue peculiar position for 25 years. The
tan who is whites are in the minority in this
that re. State and under the reconstruction
:e Appelt- dispensation there were some 35,000
ig as long more negro voters than whites. The
it in this consequence was that after the over
thrc of the carpet-bag government
elt's ques- in 1876 we adopted a system of party
Pring the government and the white people of
bhe father the State were educated in the em
Lrolina. ployment of political methods that
ewe have obtained hardly any where else. We
has voted have had an "imperiam in imperio"
congress or government within a government.
a Bryan, Democracy has meant white supre
amp him macy, and Republicanism meant
negro equality. The necessity for
n free ac. white unity overshadowed the other
he party. considerations and the Democrats of
uember of the State were taught that submis
ommittee, sion to the will of the majority and
Abery, and loyal support of the nominees of the
1 hunting party were paramount to all other
)h, pshaw, considerations.
p to shave The lamented Hampton taught us
bat I have that an "independent was worse than
om Wash. a radical." Like all his actions and
~sh off the utterances in those tr, ing days that
that this advice was the very essence of wis
dom and patriotism. His clear judg
by "pre. ment-his most distinguishing char
iean t th at Conclurdrd on irth Pae