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ES1TABLISHEMD 1865. _______NWER.So C,,, TUESDAY,9A ,92 WC EK L0AYA
Umonaugh Marches O0
Take a day off and bring yoL
stairsand down stairs. I will sh
other store can show you half th
-and yearout. You need the goc
1,000 yds Lonsdale Cambric, short lengths, 10c
500 yds Fancy Printed organdies, sold every
where for 10, now 5c.
;30iyds 40-inch Fancy Printed organdies sold
everywhere for 121e, now fte.
200 yds White P K, the regular 20 and 25c qual
ity for this sale Ili.
000 yde Shirting Calicoes, other stores ask 5c,
Mianaugh's prie 2jc.
1,owyds 386 inch Percale, other stores ask 10c,
Mimnaugh's price 5c.
-500G yds fine Ginghams, other stores ask 1Oc,
a's priee 7jc.
o0 es Clark's Spool Cotton, regular price 5c
spool, Mimnaugh's two spools 5c.
60Oyds Dublin Linen, regular price 10, spe
heitlsAndroscoggin Bleaching, regular price Sie
arthi~ sale 7c.
IMUft Sea Island, regular price 5c, now 4c.
ieulBlaok PK, regular 121c kind, for this
- ahite Bed Spreads for this sale for only 58c
1 train is-bringing us new goods.
DAS JUMPED State. The fi
THE GA1R "farmers mo
R SEN TEE.LS WRY BE WILL NOT er h
* UNl IN TE PMIMARY. 17,adte
? e e st.-e People-UnwIiiIag to Take ee iw h
eh-N~Ie eired of Ham-The Prt-- ie ol h
j>tem Has Been Prostituted
- li:4eitses Machine for theppr ten
- Rsom or Excluding oaa.di- elcinMn
~tes Objectionable to theReulcnt
Washington, May 4-Under date cut fie
- atMy Seatar MeLaurin of Southfrmtese
arin has issued the following ad- ii ob
drm ess the people of South CaroClvanad
- ia': -ohrsWae
M~fllow citizens of South Caro-sicthno
'The great doctrine of representa- wt h ne
'tie reponsibility is the fondation wn,teP
stone upon which our republic rests,metothB
and no one more keenly than I recog-wet
nanra his accoantability to the people 1wseet
of South Carolina for all official acts. atrahae
-At the same time, no people, whoOpnetau
insist, that their representatives ad i h itit
here to political policies and tradidenecea
tos long since dead and declare ntoa us
them vital issues can ever become m w ug
truly great. Every advancement inbytecus
the history of our race has been the tog yD
*direct result of independence ofathttieI
thought and action. In most-of theupnteam
States of this union this is secured pe.Cryr
by the presence of two political par-th pel,
ties and the resultant disenssion ofstdofheq
every publie question before the peo- h eutta
pIe, who are thus enabled to fogo anupnm y
intelligent opinion and give a verdictmakdife
at the ballot box. Unfortunately in scae rs
South Carolina for nearly 40 years to hl
we have been unable to have t wo parmebroit
ties for fear of negro domination, and mtes gj
for 10 years, after the Hampton revo-acndaef
lation in 1876, our people took no cagdwt
interest in public affairs, beyond btIdsea
mnaintaining a "wbite man's govern-ti,anreo
'mwent." About the year 1900, how- teplce
ever, negan what was known as tbe frtemtr
"farmers' movement," which was pol,rgr
-nothing more than an instinctive ef-laed
fort on the part o1 the people to pre- ~yattd
serve the principle of self government,.e et ft
With Shell, Irby, Norris, Tillman,mayanIc
Doualdson and others, I contributed Teise
what I could towards its success sinm-Spnswa
ply because I felt that agitation was tenmsl
better than stagnation, and it is pass-patledr
ing strange, in tbat connection, lwtedca
that the leader of that move-adstn
ment, B. R Tillman, was thenfghig po
denounced, as I am now denounced, thtimte
for ttemtingto Mhonezetegr usto and
ward WRh Increasing B
ir family to see Mimnaugh's Store
ow you what a contraction of you
e stock to select from. My true"
ids, need the cash, so here they gi
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 goods,
odds and ends, short lengths or anything of the
kind. Your purchases here will be from clean,
full pieces direct from the biggest 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 971c.
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.
e line of Men's Shoes at a big reduction.
-eedomr of thought and become so. In this I was
r, which followed the pointed and was soon confront
vement," opened the the alternative of retracing m]
7 white man and every or finding myself in oppositic
>ted for Hampton in majority of the Democratic
r could advocate what- leaders and excluded from thei
y cared to express, pro- cus, I concluded that not even
* they took an oath to in the United States senat<
>minees of the primary worth a surrender of my conyi
who voted the national and that opinion is unchanged.
cket were allowed to is not a speech or vote of mine
rimary for State and .any question growing out
3, and I have heard Spanish American war that I
platform men claim- ehange even if I could and in
)emocrats advocating I do not take pride in thus p:
the gold standard and my loyalty to my country.
and free silver. And I have ever maintained this
attempt has ever been pendence of thought and E
ide those who bolted Last summer, recognizing m
endent Haskell move- sponsibility to the people, thei
plist Rowden move ing no campaign in the State,
epublican Pope move- nounced my intention of goii
fore them for the purpose of di
d to congress in 1892 ing thbese national issues. I w
canvass against able mediately and violently assaile
yet on every stump advocating Republican doctrini
I proclaimed my in- Ibranded as a Republican in]
di announced that upon cratic disguise. The State ]
ions I would follow cratic executive committee m
sent and not be bound under the dictation of my coll
of any party. Al in the senate, formally declare
mocracy was assailed I was not a Democrat which f
was elected four times the basis for similar action
declaration of princi-patothDe cricaus
g out my pledges toUitdSae snt.Th
I began a systematicefm poet a ent
estions of the day withreliusinoapsnlq
I changed my viewsbewe"Tlmnad ca
of them. The firstThsiseIano wlig
mece with my party as-cetaIdontppseo
over the tariff ques fune nm ulccus
as in the house 'and asnaspenoptyjaou.
ways and means com-pulcitrsshodnerb
, in 1897, when I was odntdt ueyproa
r th senae, Iart Now the Deoositin cafcms
edthechaaceria-Unpimary Sas asniate, and
utely ontendd tha myel cppnntsahas been toffb
bic 1 dvcatd wreeteten myTima and thusa
al avanemen of Th is issueoe from hotar ing n
cors a I adonot pofose o
was ndosedby 0. nglulic inr publi cofr
ose otig inthe p ublic inercas shople.neverm
mert the senate. Iuwas NotheI psin foe war
groing au Reobicn the thies ps to exclude me are
ded the bhracheria friendy ase ae a
anthe onededctat spnde all Sniatfor ofaic
bich I cod nlyfoe kenenm diewso and thes
ess of howtheycece craing mthmino outfiCa
SAerian oldersi dlivrsed and Mnngavoac in h
aoein il.Aiet eiino the pri
growasnotapat fomnd ah of thepay
Shoed i woud nthi purpose o exclud mela
SIness, Increasing Capacitl
, and see the biggest stock of good
th, energy and capital can do. N(
motto is progress," push forward, r
Another big shipment just opened. This is the
biggest shipment of Millinery that has rolled in
the town this spring. I place on sale five hundred
fine'Trimmed Hats at less than 50c on 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 " " " " " - - 08c.
Don't buy 3 our head gear until you see my line.
Big Line of Wash Goods, Embreideries an(
>st Store in the
disap- friends from participating in the pri- friends wo
Ad by mary, I resent the suggested excep- in check t]
-steps tion of myself, for of course I could enter our i
n to a not make my race for the senate or in order tc
party proclaim my views under conditions have reack:
r can- which were not equally applicable not subjec
a seat to those who entertain and advocate Ioath to su'
i was my views, I have an abiding faith which do r
tions that it wil[ yet be shown that the upon thei
There dictator of the machine is not the people tod
unpon exponent of the views of the major-J
of the ity of our people..CE
would The primary system adopted in
which our State through the "Farmers' No Fate
oving movement" has been prostituted and drawa
perverted into a political machine' [Special
inde- for the purpose of excluding all can- Andersc
etion. didates who are not in full accord Simpson,<
y re- with the views and wishes of the board
e be- the dictator. The vital question, lg a
I an- therefore, is, will the people of .were no ne
g be- the State submit to this disfran- .to the situ
suss- chising the intelligent people and .erthing
i im- excluding them from our elections? and freshke
d for With such a system I have no - ered their.
s and sympathy and feel impelled by a
)emo- strict sense of duty to warn the peo boeevr
)emo- ple against tyranny as it encourages Smsnt
t and and establishes. With these facts .themacon
eague before me and my convictions as to .in this cor:
I that the original purpose of the primary ert n
rmed system, I am driven to the conclu- cate stud
rn the sion that it has subserved its pur- derstandin
of the poses and has outlived its useful- ally there.
policy ness. It is, therefore, a matter of ast the si
elittle no concern to mue what may be the the sophon
2arrel action of the May convention as to lege. Col.
rin." the rules of the primary and a re- cass that<
to ac- vision of its pledges. The suppres- stated that
be in- sion of free speech and independence day or tw(
per. of action by voting such means ren- which won
The* ders it impossible for any self-re- clear.
a sub- specting citizen holding my views to
ids- become a candidate in the Demo
politi- cratic primary in South Carolina. It
m the is apparent that the sys.tem has been ijf
o ex- warped and twisted so as to serve Some pi
who the one purpose of throttling free the big snu
event speech, free thought and liberty of Sunday, A
from action. The primary system in been five
f my South Carolina has been sacrificed weather.
>sorb- upon the altar of partisanship and half grow
>iting personal malignity, and has therefore. dens were
abso- become unpatriotic and useless, and wheat wert
ied of should be ignored and finally repu- snow bega
d my diated by our people, with a purpose, o'clock in
I the similar to my owun, to look hopefully toite as
e ac- to the results of the fair, just and. Next mor
emo- general election under our State and freeze. A
rolin,: national laws. The dead
ch he A party yoke has been placed upon fell. It r
and our people and it has become too after the si
'or the; galling for further endurance, and days of we
i to Buy and With Incre
E ever crowded in one room. Chc
) other store in Newberry has thE
iot stand in the same tracks and si
Umbrellas and Parasols.
100 Parasols and Sunshades, 60c kind, now 38c. Sc
100 " " " 75c " " 49c.
100 " " " $1.00 " " 80c- 30
100 " " " 1.25 " " 98c. 30
00 " " " 1.50 " " $1.25 30
00 " " " 2.00 " " 1.49 40
My advertisements make me 30
money because my bargains 20
save the people money.
I Laces just opened at the Cheapest Store on I
uld even once more hold A Frank Statement of
leir resolution not to again
3ystem of primary elections
again vote for me, but I
ed the point where I willONTSDYIGTCiI
them to subscribing to an
port men and measures Tute ilH~ rvu
.ot represent their views CodHaeBeAode1
ssues facing the American NoRelzGrvt fC
hn Lowndes McLaurin. Anes,Ma2-C.
W80N's MIF ?ORTUNE. Smsn rsdn ftet
evopments as to the With-ysedyada ercn
of the sophomore Class.
to News and Courier.] o nes neetti
n, May 1.-Col. R. W.detwntohmihso
)f Pendleton, chairman ofasehi ifecoln
f trustees of Clemson Col-frhr ttmn cnenn
Lere today. He said there "Ithfrtplc"s
w developments .in regardSipo,Iwatosy
tion at Clemson, and thatstemnsntotbth
was quiet since the juniorcorsndtgaehef
ian classes had reconsid- lQl n acrtl n
determination to leave thecomnthpaefris
All futher trouble hseade matilq
f1or the present. Col. "hr svr itedfe
)ok occasion to say that *we h aut n h
bof the trouble as sent outboyatowtarthfa
~espodence was very ace rnia ifrnei st
fair to both the facultyismnipoeuonCd
Lts, and gave a clear un-el h lascamn
gof the situation. Natur-acinothfcuywspa
Lave been many inquiriestoser.Thbylw
anding of the members of eeysuettergtt
Lore class who left the Col- tebado rsesfo
Simpson declined to dis- igo h aut nayc
luestion at present, butthsudnisisasfe
he would within the next'Towelddntapla
give out an interview argtt onrddhsc
Ld make the whole matter pant h rseso h
A. M. C. tefcly ec hr a
Aril Snow. igo h rses
ck Hill Herald.] tos"h otne,"st
rsons wish to know whenbetepoalacinf
w of April came. It wastesirgadorina
ri 15, 1841. There hadsohmrcls.Teey
or six weeks of springweentdsiedfoth
Forest leaves were about Te a ih olae'
. Field crope and garthyswpoe.Ty
luxuriant. Early lots of htrgtan fte o
beginning to head. The rtr hywl aual
n u in this county 7 to 9 ta n.Sol hys
the .morning and fell siopttintetrsesx
iours. Tne general esti
that it was a 6 inch snow.ck1hae odob
fing there was a hard badwl xedt hme
1 vegetation was killedsieaintttegavt
peaches made the groundsiatoadadurgr
ie trees black when they
emained cold several days cpiewl emt
low. That was before the "e,Iflyrcgiet
iture.m whenCIlef the colleg
asing Power to Sell.
>ck full from floor to ceiling up
, facility to compete, and no
ng the same little song year in
Shoes and Slipppers.
The biggist line of Shoes and Slippers in upper
th Carolina under one roof. Note the follow
I prices and remember they can only be had at
D pairs Ladies' Oxfords worth anywhere else 750,
Mimnaugh's price 49c.
D pairs Ladies' Oxfords worth anywhere else
$1 00, Miunaugh's price 75c.
D pairs Ladies' Oxfords, worth anywhere else
$1.25, Mimnaugh's price 98c.
[ pairs Ladies' Oxfords, worth anywhere else
$1.50, Mimnaugh's price $1.25.
3 pairs Ladies' Oxfords, worth anywhere else
$2 00, Mimnaugh's price $1.49.
) pairs Ladies' Oxfords, worth anywhere else
$2.50, Mimnaugh's price $1.98.
3 pairs Ladies' Oxfords, worth anywhere else
$3.00, Mimnaugh's price $2 35.
night that Clemson college was tot
tering on the brink of a terrible mis
iMpSOll. fortune from which it would be im
possible to recover for many years.
'0N |WAS I was informed that the junior class
IN would leave on Wednesday or as
s-rnobe soon as possible and that the fresh
S"" jman class was to follow soon after.
Happily, however, this action was
avoided and I can safely say that
R.~there will b'e no further trouble.
uteofThese two classes are loyal to Clem
ustes ofson and will not take rash or hasty
the city action calculated to bring reproach
disttrb upon the college, but will submit
a trtheir grievances to the board of trus
>rrespond tees at its regular meeting in June
ake any "They readily responded to ad
Si. vice and counsel when I appeared
ud Col. before them in accordance with their
bhat the request for me to meet with them.
Lnderson ''It would not be proper for me to
cts very express an opinion as to the merits
want to of the controversy, but this much I
farescan say now, that both the faculty
and the students realize the gravity
ence be- of the situation and may be depended
tstuden upon to act with prudence and de
tTeliberation in the future. I will say
the pn- farther that in my honest opinion
t Thorn- the trouble now existing originated
hat the from misapprehensions which could
-tial and have been avoided by mutual ex
ive to planations.
ea o "Clemson college is a new institu
ppa otion. As yet it has no past record
he find- to appeal to and both time and ut
e where most skill are required to build up a
Cadet high toned manly spirit and to man
s he had age so large a number of students.
~s o-There is no man who has more va
as o-ried and difficult duties to perform
ction of than President Hartzog. If he has
nothing failed to give satisfaction, and this
a meet- fact is made to appear, no persna
sion could induce him to hold for a
ur ques- day longer the important position
wtwilwhich he now occupies."
wwil Col. Simpson said that the trustees
:he trus-. at their regular meeting in June
ing the would take up the matter and would
ung men take such action as appeared to be
college. best. The sophomores would be
~heerbeard if they desired it, and he said
xeever be hoped they would appear either
xe'ciedas a body or by committee and state
wish to their grievances fully so the trustees
,tition to would have knowledge of all the
proper facts. In conclusion, Col. Simpson
rcierepeated t. hat he has said on every
rcieoecesion since the trouble occurred
that the -that he had nothing but sympathy
ery con- and the kindliest feeling toward the
of the sophomores, but that they had made
I to dis- a great mistake and, he had no doubt,
they realized it. The whole trouble
could have been avoided if they had
gravity been less hasty and had asked for
eared to counsel and advice before taking the
Tuesday ,.ash step.