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E rlA1. SH ED 1805. NEWBERRY, S. C., TUESDAY, OCTOBEl 4, 188. TWICE AWEEK, 1.50 A YEAR
COLUMBIA IS REJOICED.
TIA, J1OPE oF ti vTTIN(I A VAMPI'
AlOUT TO 11P FUL1I.CI).
Metal Noico waImm Iseen Ra.civevd, bstif
owsglopejor Rteporlm arti Ave ptedi as
rLe-Uiattrimtou Nioil lav4i 1114
* ~ospital auti a FWn sharn at Loimt
of the Enbarkatloei 'Work.
Two f4embera of the First
Itegilenlt, and a voSig
, October 2.-Columbia
is ne a that the city should ho
selected am o of t.he1 places of on
compmet for troops. Oflicial in
formation had not boon recoived to
day that. the Associated Prss ro.
ports would be carried out, ht tho
Columbia committco ire practically
certain that the oports are correet,
and will act, accordingly. So far 1as
Columbia is concorned, the troops
can coio heo ait. once, almost andl(!
an abiidiant. H1llply of water will bo
furnished. Tho city council staids
ready to lay the pipps it. oneo, 1111d
with the sroot. forco council has om
)loyed, the Work can b0'quickly
done1. When01 Cho oflicial notifilit-ionl
that Columbia has hoon molocted 11s
one of the- CAIIpiig grounds 111 bon
received, the city aiuthori.ios will
proceed iimmediately to liay the
necessary water pipes.
Whilo Columbia will got it cam
of aboutt 4,000 soldiers t.horo has
been a general expression of opinion
today allonigst citiZ0118 that.. Chirles
ton should get Lhe hospital arratigo
ment, and a largo part or ombairka
tion. lemberm of tho Coltumbia
committee state t hat they believo
Charleston will be the place whore
the soldiers will ombark. No deinitno
remarks were made by tho Prosi
dent or Secretary Alger to thent to
indicate that wouli be the cts, but
tho general tenor of their conversa
tion was to that effect.
WANT TO (10 TO CUBA.
Several member,4 of the 2d regi
ment were in the city today. They
say that there is no agitation to any
considorable extent looking to muR
tering out. Some of the men want
to go hoie for personal and financial
reasons, but SI0 por cent, of Cho 11)111
want to go to Cuba with Gon. Leo.
HOLDnP1R8 CHAR01UD WITH ROBBERtY.
Milner Gibson, 11 wel kniown
yonug 111111 of this cit.y, and two
soldiers, Privato l'ord, of 111o ichi- U
land Voluntoors, and Privato Wilkin
son, Of tho Union compally, iro
locked upl at police honidquairters onl
a very serious charge.
It 8001ms that M% r. It. C. Stintih, a1
prosporous f armor of Newboerry
Count ly, camoe to theocil.y to) sot' his
sonl,. who belonged to the 1st, regi -
ment, a part of which is still ini
Qol umblia. Last night thle ol goni
tlomnan moot up wvit h the Iri ab1 hovo
mrentionedl, and they urndort ook to
show himn t.he "sights of aI great city
siter datrk." TPhey e8corte'd the
01(d followv aroundt genrerally, "'sot. e
'em up"' to himsolfI imovral timeits,
and finally st.arted up Maini streo-t.
wvith the expressed intent ion oif es
corting him to campiJ wVh1ero it was e
K4-so15 F.qed his 801n waIs detailed as8 a
ets so010ct.ober l ."r the ulpor partl of
A nnnal Convent.t on t.
( cples of Christ. and Ai9achod MIr. Smi ith
TLlicts on 11( sa ( Ocoe aI lt'
i.oeserice has 1h18oon estt.ah)$lhedI I to
all hi' it. Ny5Lt0" l)lWSt I")i
es5t, and1( i InvanaL, Cn. OUt I
about $8. Anntects with thtis sV14
and Mr. Sn? . .rctlty to p~L
lico headquareits'aLnd reported the'
case, lie could only give t.he name b1
of Gibson, and the police soon at
rounded up t.hat young man, who ti
admtiittedt the wvholo bus)ineOss and a
1imp1licated the sotldiors) mentioned t.1
above; they, however, deny that ti
they wvore connecOtedl with the act, I
which lias been styled '"highway
robbery" ini the books of the police
ieut. C. F. Smit.h of th l?ioh -
land Voluteers, called at police I
hieadtqurkrters to tatk Iwithl Pri vate
Foerd. The lieuteniant is or the opin-1
j4on that,1 Mr. Ford is inniocenit, and
wilh talke steps to morrow mormng
to secro his release. Trhet m~n
have boon on a '"jag"' ever since the
relgimentll cam1o1 to Coluimbiia, andh
wore under thit il ntice of litquor
when thei al'air occurred.
A "HURRICANE OF FLAMES."
I1CENT FIRCN 1EVASTA'T'IN1 MotA)
RAIMO AND1 WimtmAmIN.
lemy E*1rsum f4ippopedt to bo litunted in
Deatth a tAlesy Furie-ro lgavo L.eot eil
'1'heir 'roperly-A (1ceneea Italit
UCheekate ire- In Wicoeunlt,
Ieint They are Ituoriing With
1aliateel Fuory In Coloradeio.
Milwaukeo, October 1 -The po
cumary damtage wrought by the for
014t fires inl tilt) northwestOrnl )art of
Ilho Stato canlilot b estiiiated at
present.. It. may amount to ainy
whero hotwoon ono anud live million
1lollars. Many days will Plapso bo.
foro tih extent of tho rmin of the
liory oloiont will be known. A
lronoral rain is falling throughout
he Stato tonight. This will un
loubtedly put anl ond to tht dovasta
Clark, Chippewa and Baron coun
ivs appon to have sulfored the
vroatest do.truction. Over 100 poo
>lo are r ported lmissing in the
ricinity )f the rico lakes; sixty
a i omoar h lo4S near Cumber
ail; seventy-fivo at Turtle Lakv;
iiany farmors havo lost, all their
roporly and had i natrow escapo
homselves. It is also believed that
miny porsions woro Iuried to death
n1 their eforts at fighting the llame1.
ifarrow escapes ire roorted at
liany places. Many persons sought
ftngo in wells and water. Reports
roimi Cumborland lato this afternoon
nly that, the town is in danger.
itsiness was suspendekdand the citi
ens woro out. in force ini an ondeavor
o cheek the flam1es.
COlORAnO TIMBER DESTROYED.
Denvor, October 1.--Forest, fires,
ihich are devastating the western
ortion or the Stato, are burning
;ith unabated fury, only subsiding
;horo the fuel is exhaustod. A
pocial to the Rocky Monntain News
rom led Cliff says: Nothing is
teard in Eaglo County but talk of
ro from all sections. Prom rePorts
f now territory in the grasp of the
01110 , ind when a providential
torin comes and the summing up is
lado, thoro will be little timber left
3 tell the talo. A now country now
miding voltimo.4 of tire and smoke
oaveniwalld is Blear, Willow anld
,nk]( Crooks, a iagnificent stretch
f forest.. This fire from its direction
rill swoop oil Camp lford, which
as already boon scorched from aln
Ranchlle on (ore Creek are hav
ig a desperate tim o saving thlir
omes, as thle G ore Raingo foot.hills
tro en a11i conit-ititoils inn of flau.es
o)r miles. Along thet side hills near
linturni OVOn tihe ground is ba11rning.
A rogular gale is blowing through
ut thle country, wvhichi mioanis the
ast t.ravqling lire will be driven for
/ard, a hurricane of flaineits.
A vIL1,AOE 1N ASiEs.
'I'hio dleserted. village of Gold Park
as reduced to ashes yesterday.
'his t.own is four miiltes from the
thi of 1 [01y Cross, andit lhe miinorls
'f that dlistrict foulght. nob)ly t.o save
he1 ) plact. ''The H oly Cro0sN couriltry
n ffered grantly. T'he miunes have
losedi down, and1( the nmers are uti.
erly e.xbianistd from their night andl
lay battle wit.h the fiend. Many
tarrow ()scapes0 are reported froml
hi Iferent parts of the country.
As yet no0 loss of life hasL occurred,
mlt mny hond1( or cattle and horses
inve burned up. Notch Mountain,
>pposito Gilman, is a blackened ruin
ma thle lioly Cross slope. ilvory
Iidge on I [o:u.est atke Creek is do
'J'. hie Corduroy sectioni of
.it j)tl) Iterlace along the line of
,,e. Ji usandts of acrros of the
net't timbler e . a thin of the paust.
nl several plaict's ."""" "
hat the lires are of iti <entdi iry' origlli.
Jot tonwo ad Catt.le ousraces il
rtro being deserted. Shasthnssi
.he mnountaiis haSvO boon sw 1it aLway.
1'hore e 01ms no0W no0 hop1o 0 staingti
lieo d. aniywhiero. The only sol)o is
in rain or sno0w.
W~JANTEDI)-.5iEV iItA Ta1Un~ ATilY
l'eroal in tis tat tiI(lo nmanngd. eV
bIne. - Ine I tier oewn an<Il nentiby Cttenute.
II. Is ,eanl iy otte weork con<ltntct( let nonCm.
seleary Htrlaighte1 $90c) a year ande expenex
eeletl4ite hotu niin, noC tucore, noe less) Mialry.
M4ot.hiely 476. Rtefer. eces. ECluso4 cel f.ad.
esseedt i )1 stnhed enavei03), tierbert. jE. iIcie
Ve>rnat.. nonpt. bI, Chienatgo.
ORDER TO OFFICERS.
CAPT. FUMUlt EXI',AINS TilE MAT
TEit OF TIE FURLOUMIN.
All Memit lrport-The Wholo of tho Firat4
lieglienct ItetesredI to be Present st
oluambla October 28th to ho Ms
(Special to Groonvillo News.)
Columbia, S. C., Sept. 30.-The
following letter was issuoo today by
"OFFICE UNITEI) STATEs MUiSTF1
* Columbia, S. C., Sept.. 29.
"To the Command Ing olicer First
South Carolina Volunteer Infantry:
"I livo tho honor to inform you t
t.hisbi as far as practicable the pro.
visions of Paragraph 13, G. 0. No,
130, current tiorium A. G., having
boon complied with, the thirty days
furlough and loaves of absenc for
men an(] ofilcors authorized1 by puar.
graph I of thile saMo order will go
into offitH loliy, and the furloughs
will oxpir-41 oi Oelobor 28, 1'98, on
which day till otlicors iil 111011
should report bitek for duty at, your
proent camllp its required by para
graph 5 of t.h s:ine ordor the adju- t
tant genlral of thil IIIrmy should be a
notifilt of tilet 4 dae, Octohor 28th,
i898, on which ii frouighs auni loaves
of absence expiro. As it is under
Htood tIAt tho conmimnding ofilcers
of the companies here, by authority
of the roglaeital coiamsandifir, al
lowed uany of their men to go home
on pass in advance of the timo the
furloughs wore to take offect, all
'iuich ml1on 1 shoul( be notified of the
lato on which said furlough will
ixpiro , and every effort possible
ilhoukl bo 111d to have overy man
belonging to the regiment present at
inch expiration of furloughs.
"Formal furloughs are it re
ciuired to ho issued but the morning
reports should in all cases show that
the men are on furloughs.
"Very respectfully, I
"E'zIIA 13. FUT1i,
"Captain Seventh Cavalry."
It. It. Tah,ert Na invald for ('omgresm In Il
lia Third lilere t ad McKinley P
(Correspondonce Greenville News.) p
Andersoi, S. C., 8eoptemtber 30.- (
'ho llepublicans of tho third con.
frossional district mot at Anderson f
ieptember 29th i at 12 i. The di- r
rctcara,J. W. Tolbert ca)llod IY
the houss to ordor. Prayer was si
:>-ferd by the, 1v. Wm W%I atkins. h
ilh temp)jorary ro'lh, on motion, was
matdo permanenit. H-. H. Owens, of 13
(ireonwood, was maiido chairman and II
W. J,. Thomas, of Oconee, secretary. "
Both madico short. iadd1resso~s.
,J. Wu. Tlolbeert was miadoe dlistrict (1
rlhairmanz by at unimfhiious vote and1( tI
W. J. Th'oimas was elected dlist-rict S
iecrot ary. After thle co~mmnitteomen tI
wocro re-elected thle followving busi-.
nloss was I ralnsact.ed:
R. Ri. TJolbert, jr., was niomiinatedl I
for (Coungress by a unanimous vote. L
The resolutions off ered by E.L F. k
Cochran, on the wise administration Il
of' the p)residenit, wvere adloptotd with "
applhause. Th'ley read as follows: i
"Re'solvedl, TIhait this con-,ention
hereby end(orst' the wise andit patriotic &
admninist ration of P'roRidtenit Mc.Iin- I
Icy ; and1 we congratulate our party '"
and the country upon having him at
the helm to guid(e the ship of State
at this important p)eriodl in our na
tional1 history. We c'om)meind his "
s'-urdy adhieroenco to the groat prin-. 1
ci ple of pirotict ion to Amoricani in-. .
du:st ries, and1( enldors(e his pol icy on r
the financial (question.
"We ospiciatlly commeilfnd his splion.
dlid managomienit of thet war with
Spain, and1( etxpress ourF unquaiilified
c~on)ioie mi his abilIiiy t.o arrive att
at siatisfactocry solution of the impor
TIhe conlventt ion thenu adljouIrIid,
the Hession hiaving~ honti ia cott iiliuous
F'arnlUral Brinigor sedthe fruits
ofjtmeir labors toteSaeAgricul -
toral and M echauica'Il Society's Fir,
and you nooed not. exlaimi, as5 manlIy
are hieard to do every year, "I cant
HE STORM IN SAVANNAH
i WFtI 1NI)A CVOL.ONIK iS(AC FOl
lAy 01a1e Dcal Is Upepoirte4l, aut a 1lei0vy oIom
ty Life Fearedi osm L.mo te h omb aroliam
84a Ilands. Where a Itoller Commila
tee wmi Mobbed by tivage nh1mckm
a Few )ays Ago wien ihoy
liefuelei .4ugpina's to the
Ntrovag anl Hcalthy
ign, it) ship
Savannsah, (Ga., Octoher 2. -For
Whtool ho0ur1, froin 8 o'clock this
1or111ing un1til 6 o'clock tonight, Sa
Iannah has boen in the grasp of i
Vest Idit cyclone. Dring that
imno the wind blow steadily from
fty to meventy miles an hour. While
he city ecapo(d witi comitparat.ively
tt.lo daiage the loss of proporty
Iong the Sont islands of the Goorgia
Id Souith caroliia coalst-H is ohoved
> I havy.
For mili in overy direction arotind
avilianh tho lowtlands aliong l.ho
ivors are( fiulbmllergvd. OnlIy oneo
Itality him so far bool roport-od -
it) drowning of i negro woile at
mpting to reach the mainland from
small island noir fTiundorbolh
[it heavy loss of lifo i- foarod oi
le South car'olinat sonl isilands, whero
ich fearful losm of life occurrd dur
ig the great tidal storim of 1893.
'ho conditions now aro similar to
ioo during l.hat storm. Owing to
io ubmrged country and the
olat0d location of the islanids no
ows cnll be had from them until the
ator subsides. For milos nortli of
avannah I he ent-i ro country is a lako
ith only the hammocks visiblo. At
on the water was 8 foot. abovo t ho
ighost tido. Drivoln oil shoro by tho
')rthieast storm it piled up on t ho
ends, swept over banks and damns,
Irrying away the remnant of the
co crop that, was left by the August
'orm and had not boon gatherod,
ad wiping out fiarzm- cropq.
HicE CHOPS DERThOYEn.
The loss to rico growers alone will
3 from $'50,000 to $75,000. Of the
itiro rice crop along the Savannah
iver, valued at $250,000, all but 15
ir cent was lost in this and the pro
iding storm. Tho damago to ship
ing is considorable. The tchooneor
overnor Ames, which Wais On h0r
ay to son with a cargo of 1,500,000
et of lumber, woiit adrift in theit
vor, but was finally amichored safe
. The whirves at Ihe (mlarntino
ation at the ontraico to tho river
iure were prirt.ially cariried1 away.
lhe qpuarantino officer and his famti
' and1 servents wore rescued early in
ae day by a I iug. l"'onr vesls,
hich were at anchor att the station
oe terna from their m oorinags and
ariVon into the mtarshes. Thl-oo (If
teoso were the B3ritish schooner
yainara, bound for St. diohn's, N. H.
10 American snchtoonor Millevi lie, for
[illevillo, N. d1., the Fannie L. (Oh ild,
ir Bloston, all Ilubr latdon, and1( the
sal ian hark F'rankl in. H ow hadly
WenO vessols aire damaiiIgedl1 is un
pown. No news has been received
'om Tyboo sinlce early ini thle mtornt
ig and( nothmng is known (If the
At 'l'hnunderbolt and Iso of 1lope,
aburbs of Saviannah, al (lie b oat
onses5 on the bantiks and lan d1reds (If
mailliboatsn worn4 carried away.
nAl J,aoAIfs ANDI TEI.iEolSA Il,.
Tfhe extent to wvhich thet railIroads
nifered is naot fully3 known. Them
aval stores and( '0.1 collon lan lumbelr
a r(ls on thla Plant system aIre subh
3orgod1, and the t racks oif t he C on.
ral of G*eorgia ad (lho (I oorgia and1(
l aama Rloadl are covered. Th'Ie
ortIthiboundi xpress n thei laorIida
enatrail and Penainsuliar liailroad, (du1
tore fronm Florida at nmoon, htas not
'et arrived. Telegraph wires, except
m11 n iro Over the WVestern Ulnions
incs, aire down, and thme condition of
ho ratil road tracks la nnknown.
TnEl (ITY IN IiARiKNEss.
T1heo teOlepIhonE, police, l ighat and
lire alarmn wires are dlown, andl the
city in ini Earknessn. On )iintttch innori
mIl, oppi to Navainntah, th1 er
wVere mnany negro fai milhi e resened by3
boats fromi thme revenue steatmorn Tly
hoan anid lint wvell.
A BIT OF SOUTHLAND
TH111I' l' 110-XIV0811 C1O1IN IIAS I
ON IlilAiV IN TIC FOVECiR.
Act ICEa yellipl.4 ls of Natuim li Ri vn41
s4m,ttoi t I fit,e ic#, t , etr itv t t Our Cmeteu ry
''14. Sc Narmi(-r I itseiay flaie Aim
TIIV 411114-11 Ili lWay Itait'h Act
F.Cx1illill Willeha AppenIP4t
tip Thipnghst rillt
er'orlmips thm most. inlterest.iig til
glo exhibil. lt. iht 1 'illsburg I)O
.ionl thi P-ear, is It) bift found in tl
for)) wf (th main builiing. It I<
mupi%s th1 out.iri' room, iIld is Ill
r4tilt Of yonrmlls o)f pat.itnit colltect
It. illuS1 rat h 114 IAtIllIl W011ih of
wOIdIrfini, and ats yt, bul. littl
dvilop"I4 1eI il of this grea.Ikt. (4 pun11
t.y. TiN, Sonit.iern fRnilway own
ihl exiibil, 11 h141 alfs 11111o it Inmlel
mor01* comlprvhousive this yttar tham
1oer bilolo v.
i t. iS n 1 iI44C11 11 o(f vOll Iof hinn inpn
things, bits (f Mt., 'Alabs oif wmmoit i
nat.urn tit'ilh, tpcienf mllinllll
Of seminry n,fel bibwinsg. All thwi
go it-1 gIv10 s,)IIm0 ilt.n of th nit mo r,
vihi(.Ih thI( %4n I8m e-1 Railway is uid
'i'ho (implay ittvihl-S l1h thinkin
pIeIl%; tho4wi> i to) Ihm Vjxposi
L.ion to 1411111n sohi-Ilng, ats welI I t
ho IIS. 'I'llmy fimd in hilm dis
plyof thvse comothinigs at mlos,
wOIdhIIrfiul encylOpe<bnit) of nature-v
Th 1y mm for t1m1 v1SVI hOW M401
grOWS, ni hIiVO il)Is'tSVd (11n thleil
i mi ns that. g lihl is fom l l in l anin01 %
<1na1nt it ies ailmng tim Solithe-rlin Mil
wiy. 'Ihey begi i 14.) grus i I4 fue
C.bll th(I i4Onl pr-inving ntgionls oiI
Alabamani mity sotm daty emnt(ist. will
Pit.(sburg for sipreiniavy in tihl) inl
dnIStril rIacw'. ''hwy Sm wh-I'wonl.
dtrful ran,gof agriel1-il prodne1b
t,w Smuth iats. Thy woll(Ir, Someo
tiimvs, what, will 114 thm vifelct. (l t.ho
Ittss ft,filt, Nor-th, Whon thew p(moph
Of ChiS flivorId I'egionl awIkenl to inl
dust.rial mld aigr'iclt ra-11 netIi vi t.
andl(] wlen Capital hmogmis to ]IdV%Iell
t1 8011.h ( thn wialm seillo tha111t. il
hafts airvnay d(wovlped the North.
''hi lit.shng Nt,ws, issu of sitp
tomi ber. 21, e nalinl 14 11(ab4v iitCr
(sting 1111tion Of Ilm S u(lhwrn Rail
waty's mxiibit, it, ( b IftPittsbug 1ExpO
'I'Iho Land am1 idin-,.rial Agvnw
of 1.h( Southorn advisvs ti14i Ih)43
(,fnnl (ist ribultv, Ifo 11l1 vain tage4, frOll
t.hlis (1xIhii, pracfenil muld .ratv
lit.oritrllo, iss1m1l by citivs, towns 11m
disttick alng fim SmuthlrnliIlwnt
8MM.tilig forth il adv4ly igevs of t.11
Compauuny is rCehing a1 large4 numbo11(
of pepl wit bI I he4ir ('1fect iVe vopulii
entI.ionsH, gi vinig gio 4ral facl 8 1n144 ill
formaut.ioni 11bout, 114 he1coun1 ry' I hIro1g1
which 1.h1o SouthIe'rn runs14. Ier is'' IS
ch ance(8 for 4.144e (iI.I.izes Cif
I4ress 1111ou1 (484~144. o.hr'lsa
'1agent.iI'm to M. V. leI ichards, lanm'l am
111dustrial1 Ag)11 . HelfIoithIrorn 'i-a
Wash'ington, 11111Ii. C., who4 wiill Ie1
therl mat.1t1r In 1.h8 1exI'higby nt Piet
11 l1)'I' If NI44)1S4 IN ''I4 4rg Igl 'e f4,
'.'em4 I' iS i't m'ensI 44 84heI M1.r1y1o
w1444 81 Inc'I'.' ie 1144 venI soii les' (41
on~ry hor1 hsmonngb.aW
mmn44 velcivy of1 Iih iga was rnell4
hid m~ 11his 1ity i, I4eI In a.o m. 'ix
mile Inhu butI)WIV I .ee)IlI were. foc
14'4ioal II 1ut18f1. at. v leiy
THE TITLE IS UNIQUE,
T (1INICAtAI, tioltDON SAYM TIHEIM.
NIKVIlt WA4 IUr TIRMt ONE'.
In 'I'Te Nalmio itcredl tip the lIsaby of 111o Whit
Olis4, tltsat, b4iC auhI Imm All Ieati
1.uyaI to time 1.o t C ata-otteriniscal
Wi&th FonE Miorles.
Reynoldi, Ga., 8ept. 3O.-deor
a no. 11. (4ordon, comnander in chio
of tho Confoderato votorani, iH at. bi
plantation noar hore, reting, and i
interval8 purini)g his literary work
The (Gonral was mhown an Amsociii
(vd Pres ditipitll from Chicago, it
Which Ilcy ljo) Hill clIiH to hiv
had thlo title 'Daughtur of the Con
fodorney" conferred upon hor by hei
mouthern friend sitico the (1math o
Winnio Diavim. Tho General waE
askod if the title could ho transferred
nid ropied wii groat eOnthusiaIl
"4mphatically no. Miss Wtinnie
was ho, only ditughter of Presidoni
ivis born in t-ho Confelorato Whilt,
Imll4oe duIring the life of th Conl.
foderinvy, aIs ,lrorsonl Davis ws11 1 ht
(ly13 Prosidont, of the Confederat-v
governmient.. No diughtor of antky
ot.her ollical conld truly represent
tI(, Confrodoracy. lor that roaHo it
wonld not. ho appropriito to call over
tie dauigiter of uobert E. Loo thi
daughter of the Confederacy. To
dosigliato 111yono olso aim tho daugh
tor of (ho Confedoracy would not
on11y bo inapproprito aind n meaning
loss, but deprive tio itle of all its
valui. lII tho Very nat111ro of tho
c1s0 no 0110 Oxcopt. AIiH" Wiinio
coild b entitlod to bo callod the
diatighlor of the Confederacy. T[hat
litlto im uniitno and peculiarly hoi
own and couild very proporly bo
placeod up1oll bor4 tomib. T"o dt'1ig
na1to ankYono olso by that title woild
he anost it macrilage, as. with .otTor
8on ivim pa1mod the title of P)romi
doit of ihe Confederacy, mo witll
iiS4 Winnio hasIH pass(d the 'Diaugh
tor of the Confodracy.'
SICC4NI) 14 SATISFiFIE).
Me' CoESrithfoiable "111 Illapy ssl Winling
fie 2say tit Me-rvice.
,lacksonvill Irett to 'l'ho Newm a1
'lho mnl of t.ho eond South
Cirolinit aro, 1a8 a wtVioo Hatitild.
Htight, now thoro i oveory indicliat.iol
of eoorfuilnesH t roughoiut io camp,
1)own ovory mtroot. tho candlo light
shitiv4 oit froin aminot. overy tont
and here, and ther aro groipo1
smallor or- largor Fignadm, minginyg
familiar hy1.1MnI tir baltlad, while ii
other placos' lit tle crowdsI are giath
4)red relaltinlg thel experiences of i
fishinug expedcitioni, or a trip to ,1 ack
sonIville, or to St. Augustino, or t.
Pablo ll) en'ich. Th1is i8 tlie cami
whit few days3 biefore there ham
b oon circu11latod a petition pratying
- thit, theO regimIontI be0 mus11tered ouit
Th'le ofliCors8 gatvo ass8istance' to thi
pr'~1otoers of fthe schieme; they over1
sidE they03 woul assHis4t ovry3 on10 t<
gt it dlischargo) wyho des'ired4 to g<
home18, hat thme p0tition s0o1n1 t.o hav4
d 114id out. No one oiver hears ot
now. Its promnotrs ar1e tired of ti<
worki and1( have Iiet with 80 little en
couranigemniit fthat they0 have given ni
liho f.n8l< n18 a hIopoloss 01r4o. Thoer
is4 11o dei083n to 110or will t.horo be0 an11
aitt.4'mlpt to 14.IItill t.h Vishesi of thi
men)1. 'Tho greater number)c1 of thou
on iste1 d 'after Ih 1wc08isation1 of hosmtil
ities8 for' the purpos)e of doing garri
8s)3t 41111.y and1 Ity are eveni io1
anIxiousi to go) to somne point o
I as81<4)d thle yoiug inan who gt
up~ the pol)1it ion to 14et me 80o it., H
th at. I mnight inmtell igenItlIy give thi
pub1)lic of Sounth Caroliua the fatt
hu t he has1 deloCined to permit mc I
loo4)4k ati it at alIl, 8o thme inference
Sknown ho4w smalilI ai niumbhr
Iuamues hie ha1s Hoonrod)(. 1 a1141o
ano1.41her' y'oung 11nan1, wh1o had1( see.
Iho pe4)jtitionl, how IImny namosl4) it COI
i' ain110l, maln be( 141114 but very few
he 1 im) b114) e 81aw it. If the m114
want, to go homo) they) shiotuld mad
till fact, kniown, and1( I have repeat 0
lyI ol4red the the11 uso418 of t.his co
respond)en44'1c4 10 do( 84o, b)).utnot ha
ing b.oen caItlld upon0 to send in an,
thing relat11ivo thereof, and havii
at. boon)1 r4efused4 0ve'I a glanuce it t
pet)'fitio.n, I haive, decided1 that. 1
the n w01~ish to rormaini in the 344
TEIE CA IP IN TilIlN STA W.
Volunkuise, Ureenvillt anid pi. isn,turg
Vaslington, Octobor I.----Tho fol
lowing olicial announcemont, for the
sites of army camps in the South so
lected by the Schwan board sont
South for that purpose was posted
at thot wir dipartmont tonight: The
folloving poinits hliivo l'oon recom
mendod by the Schwan board. Au
gusta, Ga. ; Coli.,bin, S. C. ; Oreon
villo, S. C.; Spauntianlburg, S. C.; At
llant, (in.; Atin, On.; Muon, Oa.;
Columbus, a.; Ameriens, (li., and
Thoso are the camps at which all
the volnutoor troops not sint to the
front will bo quartered for the will
ter, in accordinceo with the decision
of the department to transfer the
troops in Northern camps to the
South when the cold mcensoli bogin.
Thm wlhetlions wm i mdt by ai Sipe
cial amilly I oard, h1 a led 1.y Gon.
schwan,l with silrgoonl (Y'1b11y aind
(1. IloigsOl Is aSSOCi It.es.
TIR P'OINTS OF EMIL.\NATION.
(Special to News and Courier.
Washington, October 1. - The
point. ot omtbarkation somms hold up,
and will also hit settltd lat0r. The
statomont. is, lowover, mado that
niny of the troops will bn shipped
through Charleston; Saviinnah will
Iliso got tomnot of tho tihipmlents, but
there will bo plenty for ill. iho re
ports are favorablo to Charloitov,
1111d its clIaim RN 11 a)rociated bore.
President McKiinley hasi lsto itsked
tha1t all things boltIg eg1.nl, CharlP
ton he favored, in viow of the re<umst
of Sontor Meloaurm. ThlkIe 1i rst
troops will bo sthiplpt di iough Per
1111n1dina, aind So there seems to be io
HICial rush ill Hetlitng this 11att1'.
A 100tbMllT 11o4111rAL.
Surgeon (leieral StrInblrg said
today t0hat 11s HOOn as th OdpIIIAMrtmnt
settled on t lif localiol of t hop11o.4pit al
00 largO InId strong fran11 iilding,
capable of holding one tbousand
cots, would ho vrocted. Nurses and
phYsicianslF wonlUl bo ttliltd as moon
as needod. The idma was to havo
such a hospital oil the MSonth A1.lan
tie coast. for soldiers retainiing fron
Porto Rico aid Cuba.
Sonlator M licL arin did 1101 go to
the doplrtlleiit. totiy abot.nt tho 1at
tors he h ind talin up, as he did not,
MarO to appeaWIlr m1Oddlelf-OM Or t( O
lie, however, snit, a letter fr omii
Mayor Smyth by a special courior.
Mayor Smiyth ai hIiIls Iuderstai~ing
was t hat all water was to be1 froee,
and that, wate~r laken o11' for us8o was
also to be free.
lie also cahlltl it.teiit ion to thew fact
that ill C1harloston a ton of coal was
weigheod oni 2,211 pt-jOunld basis1, while
in Savannah it was on the 2,000
Port Itoyal atlso wanuts her claims
kept before thew dlepartinenat. by Mr.
McLu rin1. Tlhis hie hins dono11, esp)O
cial ly 1a5 to tIhe (deep1 wateor and1( docks.
C~hairlosion aml Savatnnaht ar e al
most cortain to divide ny the shipj
ing~ businiess, and1( on1 the( work of
theilrondsI01(1 in gilt ing tho t-aflio
will largely depend11( the restls. The
'lorida Central aund Pen1insuilar ins
gott on a great don111 of thei I"'lorida
1 unsineoss. AuinnisTi golN8.
IlKE11nUTIO)N AT EiI0(noETOWIVN,
I)mnanto nice 1(.i resgs. IMy Aggrggaie 41711.
4)4)4 -WVhu'vei.4sum ane i Watm Fronst
t. (boorgetowni, ( )etober 2. -- The
a nort heast stornui signails wVoro ordered
o up hero iast. niight and1 ats prO<licd
I, weO haive' had1 high uinst irly windls all!
0ohay, at Itinos alinuuing a velocity of
" twventy to thirty miile,s por1 hour, anid
n 'The air is wYarmi 11 is uilwill 'iI
-those gls an u d viery d1isatgroonlo1.
" Arrango your plans early to at
t(ond the 30thI annual Stato Fair to
r bo1 hii in Colnmbi;ei, Nov. I IchI to
Th'lle promninmo list of the State
Il lair haus 1b00n greatly enlarged.
of Competition wd'l be c)(onlIinod to) citi.
r-i.i'ns of the Staito of South Carolina.
1on vnU wat any af thillOIime 9