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A S 1W I I, 0.,., TUESDAY, OCTOBEai 1. .898. TpWI
for this section. Low
Below are some
2 casuts Androscoggin, 4-4 Bloached
2 casos Fruit of Loom, 4- Bleached
1 case 10-4 Bleached Sheeting, duri
1 caso 10 4 Unbleached Shooting. dt
Capes and Ja
Wo Commence the line with a 50c1 C
at $12.00. Real Plush Capes, $2.00,
ORDER AS TO PUERTO
RICO TO BE OBEYED.
SPANIARiDS VILL TUIN OVER q11HJ
J?LAN) ON 'If-, 18th.
\var m-p94rtmenat In Ira iflecd-Our Coin.
enaI ,insaerg UCi(npiet j All Onta%j? car I he
EV164-ttationl-oUn. lgrciake'8 Caiit
Washington, Oct.. 1l3.-The fol
lowing cablegram has boon received
at the war department:
San Juan de Puerto lZico, Oct. 12.
Secretary of War, Washington:
The United States commission
havefinformed the 6panisi commis
sion that the United Slates expeat
to have complete possession of Puer
to Rico on October 18t h. The Span
ish commission assent to this and
say it is expected the ovacuation will
be complete on or before that day.
If not, they will conceo possession.
The United States commission has
practically completed tho details of
tho evacuation anid th j int commis
sion has held its last fession and ad
jourr.eI without delay. To Uuited
States troops will be )laced in San
Juan and the flag hoib!)d at noon
This dispatch is very gratifying to
the war department oflicials, and it
ends all contention r-garding the
possession of P~uerto Rico.
Tue details of the agreements
reached by the commiss-ioners have
not been receivedl at the department,
but as the negotiations so to have
progressed smoothly, it is supposed
that; the instructions of ihe adinis
tration to the commiss;ion have been
It ns.t, t he F?ruga,t Quiet Iot e Story.
(From the Newv York ~'8t
. Londoni, October 8.- Queen
.toria's well known detest ation o
porters must have been st-rsngthei
this week. A young Abor-deon news
paper man happened to be cycling
in thu vicinity of Bahneri-d Cas~tlo on -
last Wedne.sday. Hoe rousted in the
cottage of one of the Queaen's game.
keeper's. While her.m he casually
learned that the horses attached to
the Queen's carriage had shied a
day or two previously . in ordorr
that his chiefs might understand
that lie had a nose for news the
young reporter scorchied to the near
est telegraph office and wired the
story of thme . Queen's miraculons
The story had a fair number .of
frills at the start, and by the time it,
had reatched London,, Berlin and.
Varis its author could tiot have re
cognized the item, it was so hidden.
in decorations. The firist news the
Queen received of her narrow escap.
was at 5 o'clock on~ Wednesday af
s because showing such
priced, medium and higi
)f our offerings; every ar
Cloth, 10 ) yards to oustomer - - 5C
Cloth, 10 yards to customer - - Oo
aIg this sido - - .. - - . .. .
iring this sale- ---- .-- -
Horo we throw d
c S gauntl t and lollti
cket 0on0 in South Cil
M __ show a lineo thalit ou1
po( and advanco stop hy stp to the Phun
$2.50, $3.00, $3.50, S'4.00 and $5.00,
e sell everything
tornoon, wheni a telegram froi hor
son, the Dliko of Connaught, who
had seon the report in the evening
papors, wanted to know how lis
dear inother wits after the terril)le
shock. The Duke's tel(gram was
tho precursor of hundrods of -ot-her
literally from all parts of the vor](l.
The Governor General of Canada
speit $5 in loyal congratulation and
inquiry. Tho Viceroy of India speit,
more than double that amount.. ThiN
Sun m1formantI hoard, but. could Iot
seenro a conliimaion of the report,
that President McKinley, on tle
strength of tho bonds uniting the
two Anglo-Saxon people, etc., cabled
$7 worth of :ender solicitiudo.
The tolegraph offico at Balmoral
Cattle kopt open all night and the
wiro worked duplex far into the noxt
day. It is pretty well known that
frugality is one of the virtnes most
nffected by Queen Victoria, and tle
dopth of her indignation may be
gauged bv tho fact that 1-li spent it.
least, $1 in t$I egrap*hing deials
and explanat ions to relativos .'an.d
personal friends. The telegram to
the Princess of W0ales at Copenl- I
hagOn alono consisted of 150 words
and co-t $11. The replies to the
heads of States will naturally. .be
paid( int of t he St ate funds but for
all the others t he P'ost master Gen-I
oral wvill, ini duo cou rse, fu rnishl a
little bill upon which no0 rebate or
.liscount will be allowed.
.htN cIic M Ive(r A kd to4( I )acE,ttn ,tiu lin
- jnntt5O*S-T'he~ Wav* Fondt by hn tat
Exectaivo Ul,aantmite t o sI e iei . j t
F'rumn an, AnnioyIg and PuimzzIig
(Spocial to G reeniville News. ) 2
Columbia, S. C., October 1-.-The
Stato( Democratic Fxecut ive Comi
mnittee held a meeting tonighti to
take aictioni on the Berkeloy county
contest for sheiti. Some of the
memnber-s want ed to (declare Morrison,
the nomtineo whldol others wvanted to
pass resolutions permitt.ing both ~lor
ison and Saniders to go' into thle
general elect ien as demiocrats.
. Mr. Blease, of Newborry, rAlggestod1
thl the only course was to go he.
-yev MclIver and ask that t Li
.or . rant.ed by him in the
case forbidi , t.he holding of
another pirimaryndir thin ordecr of
the committeo hodi nu. -
On mnot.ion of M r.?, tier, Mr.
Morrison is aisked t.o go hefo) o us
tico .McIvo'r ini behalf Of the cL "
mittee anid ask that thle injunctioni ty
Het aside. Mr. Sanders,- t.ltough hisi
attorney, agrees to thli ahd1 a speedly
The chairman of the State execu
tivo committoo is authlorized to ordler
a primary for sheriif 'in Berkeley as
soon as the injunction is dIcided by'
J ustico McI vor.
Severanl Ii ne HIA x i oo Suits for' sale
cheap, t.o make roonm for other goods5.
S. J1. WooviaN
a-great stock--grdat in s
i priced Goods. We are
ticle is sold on its oWn rn<
per yard 10'bales Sei Island She
per yard bales Newberry M'ills,
15cts 100 pieces.9-ounco Wot
1 2j (-ts 8 100 pieces Kid Gambric
own tho One h lend d d.
Olina to* 111E:ADY-Ml
cn its own merit p
A NIW DE% ICE FoiC A n1IYCI,t o-,
ThEe 11nvelir ha 31r P. A. O,tkiawm ,4f Chap.
Iia i'', ii. c ---w l,aat lie 11a1118 if
iat.to 8ay. .
(ThO StatO, 14th.)
South Carolinians have in the past p
invon'tud alpplianes Which aro in
diaily'use g1l over t.o country. A. t
South Carolinian has invented an Y
imliprovOmnlt on th .11unuing. gvsir of 4
a biCyclo, which .mniy! yet revplutioni
iw the present stylo of running gear.
This goitlomani is Mr. E. A. lOnl f
1min of Chappell's,'Who is now in th'o
city With his model, whieh, t1hough
but a rough patteru, .xhibited thp
wonderful power aid speed given by r
tho new propollingdovico:.
Mr. Oakman vill bo in-the -city a
day or tWo and'will'exhibit his'whool
at tho bicyclo storo of Berry & Bur 0
riss in t ho postuffico. block.
His wheel has J)6examinieldby p
normber of bicyole e0rts wlio pi'o
nounco the inlreution -1a-good Qo.
Mr. Qakman a, ofou'.80, (!ihusi
astic oe ' ,(lodufilion, and .Pok
of it mo,t interestingly. H. ai ti
"WNith tho view of iuproving;f th f
bipycle'f~ cai ftilly st~cidit iri ~o P
t ai., and until thec hoLrnkNas reached
1 fonnd no looEn Ni4 dd for rP
improvemient.that- Would cauai- 'any'
radical changa or be of reel morit.
But. thye ~rinkc revealed macny serioig
de'f'etx anid nIL ield ror uniiimiite'd itii'
pr9vemlu0.t.. Aff.g'r a: en oful stily~ fi
th&se I becaimo, conin i.cod t-hat , t ho. 9
erank" rihi es hiL -ench ed thofr
alt oftsfulnessa, from tho. fact, my ,
lriders mand o.tpoats are alware, .wit
isimlpossibIle to ever -increasd thec
loverago bieyond a - 'ior 71i inch
orali,because thbe logs cannot con (
foi i to or'eoi'oao themnisolves
to ac larger circle 4han 120or 14 inches.
Thecrefog,.t or; (ling. ~ahigh)' rateo
ipecad 1bt iEritodflhir IR fio 5e- t<
eomplisheOd. To prove t hat t hero is c<
a great.aid vaI,tmo inatho'.ii gre&iso ,of 'si
levr'agg, su'lpos6 WEatberpted to om
:hive a wheel wvitha 2 inahI cra'nk; it st
w-onkId bo foiu da. in rorctichi1ae' as in
'o rendear it a failure, .bnt- 'xtend it tc
o i'inches and a g>actical and i
siefuf'marchin,e is in~ rcfult: Now. t'
fThore isasuch indisputale advanit..
ige in this 0light ifrieons, why T1
h alt taff b&.'gng furf he ' c
Well, fhh'e is, 9 anj' sha'dow O)
af deulbt, asi tiyhodel101 cd'imonstr ate, i
iut it g 11n4) prahityablo.to reach-it by ~jI<
mecans di ,raIl, aik thorocforo .its I C
nsofuilness conises at t,is poirnt. e
"Again, the jeoetage' h h cripk, r
all kniow, ibiinot consta. ' Jt ibogitis 11
at, z'ro, a p i'nt kno4r .f aniig ino-.
phIcius as thm onoa c ntre, -'it then
pciceoi8es until tne'rI dt daogio poinit itl
i~ ha ow hen the fnll or- -.uaxi
1w. loverage'is reachied,htta it be6- o
gins at> oiie to lose again natil it is A
lost at the bot tomt, where all is let J
T1his beinug t he caise withI 'cn strok& ft
of nach fa0t, in inuikhy iip Ial, gevo
lution of thie crank' shaft, the.t man! .b)
chine deoind-thn$.i ly upon mocuna ,'
ize, variety and value-1
satisfied with small pro
1rit. These low prices F
Iiug, during this salo - - -
Uiblbached, during this sale -
I Jeans, regular 20cts quality, now -
rogular 5cts qual ity, nIowV
9wels, 5c, 8c, 10e, 12c, 15C.
ADE SIUEETS AND PILLO
illow'Ca".es, 10 contts and 1:1
oets 1t 4S cents and 58 cents.
nd hold that tha
1u or, speed in overcoming those
Ve4 point, and.whilo this is not
elt much on sMno'oth, level roads, the
lefects remain all the sanmo and re
oql.thomsolves very quickly when a
toip.. flill or ..sand is attempted.
LgIn, talo pe(ali revolving or do
dribjrg a full cir'cle, it is impossible
o.ply.th Weight of the rider to
-ard pro>lling -except to a very
light 'degree. In my invention I
laim to iave completely overcomo
11t ihese defects, and open a field
or j rilimitqd usefulness. Any
enth of levei desired can he used.
"hoy work !utomatically, always at
heir great'est power, -and always di
ectly bnenatli the rider, in conse
once, of which every pound of his
eight becomes a motive or propell
ig power aliuost. equivalent to steam
r. any other motor for weight, and
des not tire. With lovers of the
ropot - longth and the combined
eight and nuicular offort of a man
f oidnary size it can be mado to
saily take the place of light do.
very wagons about town or the
-ansportation of passengers to and
on railroad depots, and for many
nr-poeP that are beyond any crank.
Mysaides this a .very miuch higher
ito (of 'speed can be obtiined and1
aitnined than .would( be possible
~a(ranik wheel. Sixteen or sigh -
trn miles an hiouir would be fair
>(god for this lover miachinei. Ini
Let it could be driven faster t han it
>nld be ppossible for a main -to stay
a the saddle, Its applicat ion in
har usefuil 9as' is al.nost limit.
Til E 8E;v I.NTil (COn('s,
umr Seont~i .Ainnn~g the inf atry itcin,i,.sat
Ja(ler nile Fa,Oct. 138.-Ani
-rvas isued from headquarters
day by whtuich thie Seventh army
>rps is chianged from throe di vi
oni to, two divisions of two( brigades
Ich, this chango being mado nteces
.y by reason of the many regi
onts recet ly sent awamy to be mnus
reod out. As at p'resentt arranged,
*o corps consists of 12 inufant.ry andl
to( caivalry'regimernts ais follows.
First 'ITexas, S'conid Lou isianma,
bird Nebraska, Niinth Illinois, So
>nd Sjut h 'Carolina, Fourth Illinois,
ne lland red and Sixty- first In di.
in, sixth * M issonuri, Fort y -n it h
iwa, Second lllinois, F'ast, North
rarolinia, Fourth Virg.inia anid Sov
,thto latter nlOW beig at
uritsville, wvhire they will r-emai n
'itil further ordlers.
Ga.n. Colipinger is to coummiiand
In 'aedordancen with ueco'nt orders
th daepartment, Brig. Gonis.
S.-Bmtt; ILucius F. Hubbard and(
ihies H. Bairkley are relieved from
Defligo ordors have niot as yet
son issued ais to wvhen tbhe corps
ill lnhvo for Snvnnnah.
or your money. Great
fits throughout entire s
told good but one week
- -- -.et,cts 100 \%l
3- - ts
Ask to see flimu1.
ff ~ ~ cI A84 I1i,niI
t is the best plac
RRY, S. C.
i' E*N4NE, E I4 AP*Y.
C41i1K It iiitte Cv r.y body on t Io% Witr anml
11b1tto al 411lihng aill wV4) ( ani Ict.a-h-.
Tho Now York W >rld' rop)rt, of
Prosidont MNlcKilo3y'S progress to
Omah11111t giVeS thiS acCOnu111 of his ro
copt-iol and Spehos:
The largost. crowd of the trip was
at Cliuton, I1. Hero Sonat.or All.
Mon, Coilgressn111all Cir-j- anId Gover
nor Shaw and stalf boardod tho
After 1ho cheering of t.ho people
had subSid0d, President, McKinley
"IM[y P4.1ow Citizons: 1 have no
fitting words to (eXproesH mlly approcia
tion of this splendid woe-lco. WVe(
havo gone from industi.ial (epression
to industrial activity. Wo havo gono
from Ilabor sooking 111p)IONlloymnt to
om ployinwit aeoking labor. (Ap
plaulsv.) We ha11vo 1)1u1n411111t cr
rency an(1 wo tiuvo anll 1nlSulrp1tS:e41
untiontil crodit; bottor than it hias
Bver been bofore in our history.
"Wo have, too, I good IlitiOlil
"Ontscienco, and Wo have the cOUrag4
)f dostilly. (0 rout applauso.)
"Wo havo much to be gratoful fior
11 thet st irrinlg events of t he4 pIlast six
nonths. The armiy anid navy of the
United Sltto. haivo won4 not1 on3ly
)'r praise', bu.t. thei adm1irait ion of the
vorld(. Our~ acieivemnits on land111
md s1 atre wit hut paIrllel inl th1
"DIu ring all theuso l trig mionuths
he people of theit Uniited( 81 altes ha1v(
itoodI toge'ther as8 one( man113; North
ir' Sonth haiive been11 Iuite(l.
riy I hk our musI)tit act Itogthet'r. Tt'1
8 what we'4 hav been do'in ) g rec'intly),
mdt wI) want to conit 1110inn t ne0t
ethier until t he fruits of ouri war*
1111hal bo'iimbodied inl solemnh an<l(
"'We wanlt no0 differeices at hiomel
iil wo huave settled4( our dliffe'reincs
Ilhroadi; when that1 is all done3( wo enni
1v onr)013. lit)te i diferences 11mon11g
The4 stop) at1 Mounit Vetrnon, thea
1011 of Corunell college, wasi so brief
hat the4 Prietsidenft 1had 013)'lyime to
As ho ent Iore'd 1his car hie rer3(n ie
o Senator Allison1: "hat is th1o
>est, speech0 I haive madtte yet."'
Th'Ie gthe ring of peole4 it Cedar
apilds b)roke t he daly 'is recdu ftor
mmbe1110rs and3 (enth1usiasm111, and3( hero
~ho tralin3 antd spok1o from. a1 plat Iormn.
"It s i s o r u atti u a in:h
h11( peoptl)e v whlo engalged inl war 10 (evr
rIoglect the( indltustries of pedaco. Andl
while the wav1r wasI goinig on1 and3 we
wvoro engalged inl arms againt a
foreign foo, the indus1t.ries8 of the peo.
p)10 wvent on andi thei r plrogress
and1( prospority wo4re in 310 w.%ise
chieckedt. I go t hithier also0 thalt
may13 coloebrato~ wi th miy coun t rymen41
of the Wost the nrenana n o th..a
around stock of practicu
; no Goods charged or sc
Iito 1t(d Spr mi , rpl ci l i! r tis s (
:Ak l l Titi-:81: Pt>OR N.\Si VM
r0 Brplaced on sl
ibroi er bric,swi-s
om ouit and Offer, t-ho 1n1irtl lot.'ft, oivt
d. soo them.
e to do your tradi
thus fiuia mladi-th) pto it ulrady
signd, 21a u h dw slispew,im of host il
itil('S---w%ithi the hmpo that(youl 11114 1
vintorltainl thait inl th1e finl i.
111mits tho trelahy 11. ,y bt. (n I;;- ie
on right. andl jlustict i ll ill t I in.
tvires( of Ilum nilty.
"This vilr thatf so spwvdily (dosed
fitrough (mh valmr of ml.r hi will
bring t 1( us, I tr-ist, lessil".-s thalt
are ow byondcalculationl.
".It will br1inkg lsoburde buit
thlo Alnwrivan livoplo mwver Oiirk at
respionsibility 1t111 lvol 1111lmid it
billrdenl th (1 11-t cai fol rwadl civilizat.
tion. Wo n1copt, wi.r for h,1m innit.y.
Wo can accept, no Cerms of peacoI
Which I llill not bm ill tho i r of
"That hoMtilitivs havo v-asod 11ponl
-.1rm S stisfactor to (h Ipeo))(c of
Ilhv Unlit0d Stalltvs is causo f.'r con
gratillationls and calls ffr.t ai Si.i -
mont of piolis grill it d14]( to I)ivinlo
P'rovidoco for thmo favor which
Ili has nii ali I'd f llst to is anli d of
ippreciat [kill (if Ihl l rmy and-I l2ivy
fil. tleir brilliant victolii.n.
"slich at ce11brat ion (1n2 not blut
bit hI-1pfil. It will vnvolirl, ', lovil
Elf countilry itand will 12mphas21ize~ the4
nob2le4 nielvement12s of our2 "'ohliers
inl il ors12 102 n(I ini d 1( 5a2.
"War hias noI glories. elxet'P it
aIc1i11oves tIl222, aniti 221 ineh 1'2ieve 2Ipt.
ar24 worI I h haivinig which do1 mII 24mit1(
vanco20 ('ivihzation and2 b1or1In-'2lit 1221m
ha:vtiii lu<tde 2.1'w hlono2r to Ann-22i2022
viulor, the( realt hono2~(r is(.21 the sub11
ii gin 1to hmnan222ity'. Ou)t of the~
blit terne4ss 21nd1 woo2, the14 privaItio1n2
pa1st fiv month1)111 s wvill follow21' beniits1
1.)o 21 1222 jaton whIii hImy be , o ;m.)1: 2
portan than1 ( w2e2 can 4112 rea1'iiulizi'.
than11 (1h( comphaIlt41 unilleat11ion of th2e
2nation)1. S'cI t inal I li s t av' bel''2
hushed1l4 inl 11ho gr*'it, chorns (If patrlio
I ismi Ich 1has been'1 bioardl fromi 4)21
(o21l of 1.he( country t3 1)o 1e 122er
"T1o Ithle 1eXIint ivO's (cal forp vs '122
lcolrs no1 prompt111or r4"Ionso wa2vs irl
c)2ive1, 11221 han 2 canm fromft he1p1 t r2io:t le
Jpeople1 of t1( he( Month 21nd tm w2est,45
(11 b )0people O'f 12)wa1. A rmI w I.n (11
order44s wVOro giveni to) olvanc VIin Ito a)
foreignI teirritory every 4'ohlierI was2~
dlisappo2in1t 211ed I 1( whose i reonent was2 not1
included11 inl(2401 the orders to22 marc.
"All I werei1 an2xin to21 be) w212 Ilithha
pIortion2 of the( 21222y whIijch 22- Iirt
1.in me4et 114h4o 142 en m .
''Our grailo01 is I)iho 4Sllso the1
them', ini perpetua2211liiP2 Iwor.
"'in pa(yinag t ribtlilto(1 ihe 121 rio
m2 11he wa'r we( nmilst not1 fail toI give
deserve prais to (th4 noiliIty of the1
"As ini the2 war of indepu(Iiiem-en
222nd for (1h2 Un11).io theyV ne1ver b1es
it2101 21'ted Pl nor m rIred, fr lIly o1lferinbg
theoir best belJovd 02n th a(l ttr of
their 001122 ry.
il and economical Goods
Fnt out on approval:
. - - - - - - (l>ctm
- - - - - - 98ctl
- - - - - - $1.25
- - - - - $S .49
Ild s f Ih' v1 r lin 11t 1mbroi<lory over
i' in N..wh.brrv, o 1p' i-inO of Ca
aN Niis..oks. These 1a aiIl he 11
G , reguIlar bric.. 15 It' -iwc; wo
birpr Iho regnhir prico, fromt e to 25o
TILLM ANIS CASE
1 \1 I N I 1TI.I..It 41PIC1 C11 1) T0 ICE
P3)T 1(1 4N illC IAors,8
menIt (..r n)1i 1 It- TrIf l n III . I Itra tegi.
nIl it-I W ill lItt 4). rhnu1111'-4 by nIt ant D r114
4t-si i ter amnt 1w e l l ine
(0pvvial to (11i01nville New.)
Colnilibial, S. C., Ok-. L.-Capt.
NZr11 . Fillker, or il t U'ited Stattts
armily, %l) is Mation d ierl-k 11 Chif
imusti-rinl"g oiicor, 1111 ben cliairgod
by tihle war fdoparl-IIII(Int "to iniventi
gate IrIl ropor-t tho chilrges ligaIns,
Livn. coi. jitm 11. Tillmtait."
SInIe 1aciOn Was forotold inl tho
(irooivilloI News today. From tolo
grams r iveviod tho nct.ioi of tho war
dopartint't hais ovidmitly bovn takon
it. 1111 installoo Of Sollat.r Tillihl .
The1 warll dopartimit, will bo guided
largoly by (hiptain Fillor'm roport im
to whether .eIP court- martial will or
will not Io hohbl. CIptainl FIler is
imly a1fv;kod to inake Cho iivestign
timn ali 'report th facts. Ito will
it-il t h presvent i andI(I IhIto doronco.
Lieuvil1a11t1 ColoiolVne Tillmanl has
will11 p11 L-r a si-s of qups tio
wi lil b pr1ondd o.h
prosjentio and111 (ho olers will proy
sent cer1 t iiicates and the no3n,1Sul) commisI
11i11nedi men llbilats 9 inO rlspns tol
thoiqir iesj11t11t3 as:0 toehrgos ut
tdlr inlvest igatIiount. Cap.ai 'Vollr is3
ni1( no0 way ret~ rmto13 11d as to t3 vienc
he1. wiilltak on13 the l lineIi1 iicr. of i
ble l il nd33 11i.33 33 3Ii.3 333 33 Ni
(?1I'3i3ntenan t Co'3-loe Tilhnan ilere
man this mo i~ sayingtht h
war11,II. dOarm t. hI ordered~ thwg
Iaplain huler inv31 estg atAl theo
charges.9 313 againlI him aIr,, ,Iim,01
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