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...ALL THE REA
-.THE BEEHIVE OF BA
WE CAN SElARA\TI
a it from his moley quicker with our New
Lino of Clothing tilitim iny we v ivo over
hntidled, aw nold w it liman feel like i Gent,e
1111m and plealsod, beaulso it. tcok sio little.
f W filve \oll
TWENTY-FIVE ENTS ON EVERY IDOLLAR.
Youl nn cnsnap your fingr ov t aill ofform of
our Mpetifors, bovnuso you know
WN 1' 1 -> 14A 1l t N .10A 40T1-4
n '>Jir 'ales Or V ish Stori,ss.
81uits 11iwmIabovo wol IhI "15,
0 Our Price, ONL t
. tALL 'I P.\N 'S
Alm TA I) M t 1ADE!10
Youl could 1ot get, theli li Ide IaIn
hk (1cr For """5.00 a pai1r.
We offer you this line from
4 , 9~ Un , a"''ul, r
0II viltire linle ofl,
e lmv (lR r.-t
i - Onr lhto' o o itH i u1 to D11t 11d
H tats 1fornrly sold for S 5'
wo offl'-ryou 1Nw ait 9" 5
CoollC seo our lin. l'h se izhrd
tins every ded s at
WO re uyilti itAVIi
j~j tertus aid ('olors am a bs~olutel- v _ -
will lny fro us Shiut.~
47c 'v .... WOlrrn.....JY
* \\5'We handlea line that com
ettion can't approach in
~;duriability or price. Suspen
ders that areo sold in other
stores at 25c., we will sell
at only 9cen.3
Rubber Clothinsg !
-Jutit recei vedi dirl fr om thDDiIle m m n
turer 200 -\l ('K I NTO)sl S for mieui
0n1oen - o t 81 toI
KNIT UNDER WE AR!
~ 4*~~-Wool or Cotton
Trunks of all dis
cription at prices1
Trnlils Wo sold fol'illci'ly at $6 00 I
~Are now offered :4t only $2 I
I BEST PRODUCTS REPRE.
RGAINS AT ECONW
There is hardly any
thingthat man, woman
or child can eat, use or
wear that is not to be
found in this modern
store-house of Money
...THE BEE HIVE..
IS THE GREATEST
and its purchasing power is the
great influenc3 to lower prices
than exist on the face of the
earth today. No wonder that
all the countries of the earth look
here for one of their great out
- lets through which satisfactory
Merchandise can be quickly
turned into money.
No wonder that the
Bee Hive is constantly
VALUES WHICH rCIAI
No wonder that the
Bee Hive has from the
day of its opening been
the acknowledged bar
gain center of south
Carolina, and as long
as people appreciate
The Bee Hive will al
ways be the
FOR THE PUBLICI
ALL WE ASK&z
Vie Will Quote Prices to Your
Th'- V.' r and Squatre Dealtr.
Hammners ! Ilatchets! Pipes I Wash Boards!
1RO0MS, *TINWARE, BRUSHES, i
At ridiculously low pries.
IYTS TQW PRICESr..
OUR SHOE DEPARTMENT'
I i t his dopapmIont, Wo claim to bo
Maistors of tho Situlation, and can tell
you your Shoes, .whotbvr for Mon or
Women or 6hii1ron, for lvsii moniy
than anybody elso. Wo can sell you a
pair of Hand Sowed Shoos- warth $5
for $1 W7. Ladies Shoes worth $3 for
only $1.45. Childrons Shoes it a song!
Our line of Gents' Furnishing Goods iE
complete in every respect.
I I ojrth i5 -cents going at 23 Conts
LOS10 wori 25c. pair going at 9 Cents
HANDKERCHIEFS at wiping PRICES
LADIES SKIRTS 8llt WAIST!
Tho leldies know 1a good thing whlen
thyse-o it All ouir gdds0- atro custom
mad,(tv nd !-old elmw - AilnufacturerS'
pr:cs . I thi, 1i1o w will givo you
The bargaiq of the Season
rvciY CURTAIN IN
25c, on the Dollar!
In this line we
1)EFY ( O jlETITION!
Lanips of all Styles
DECORATED PLA TE PITGHE~RS
CUPS and SAUJCERS !
At. prices which wvill enablo you to throw away (he
hlun old1 crockery anid b)uy Decorauted Wareo.
OUR LINE OF L~ASSWARE~
Soli (its thme athIi ration. of e veryone a mld oIur
~OUR LINE OF CUTLERYWAEIIE
Is'. the pr(i( of this town. Thel pr'ices are va lan
Knuives ad F"orks 45Sc. per sot,and ulpwalrds ! Sp.oons~ 1 fom D
por set and1( u1pwairds-'! Poceket Kn[iVes from 5. an rd uipwards
Scsosat 10c. a p)a antd uipwards4
.00KING GLASSES! HA~ TRA CKS I PICrI URE S
A l PJ?[(wS 'I'A' WIe w le F AN. N~'' '
ANSWUIt HT ALOEt.
UIven the Innide H uIptory of thi Campaign
a.tad Explains th .Various
Washington, D. C., Oct. 1 .--Sec
retary Alger today sont to the war
investigating commission his reply
to the six questiona asked him as to
the plans of the Santiago campaign
and their methods of accomplish:
mont. Tho-scrotary's answer is in
outline of the Cuban war from the
war departient standpoint. He
al-so sent copies of numerous telo.
grams to 0eneral Shaftor regarding
the start from Tampa aid also a
copy of instructions to General
Miles regardimg the Porto Rico cam
The information given by the so-:e
rotary in responro to the commis
sio"'s question was:
1. Plan of campaign proposed im
mediately after the declaration of
war; was it intended to move at once
on Havana or thiit the campaign
should be postponod until the au I
Answr-iumediato blockade by'
the navy of the importint ports of,
Cuba as directed by the president's
proclamation. The holding of troops.
at points nearest to Cuba to be
available in any omorgency which
might ariso, and especially to be
ready for prompt assistance in case c
the operations of the navy should
make the use of the land forces no
(Tsary or desirablo.
Early in May a plan was partially
maturod to land a force at Mariel, a
point about twenty-six miles west of
Htvana, reports having been re
coived that in its immediato vicinity
were high grounds, well watered
and suitable for camping troops pro
paratory for movoinont upon Havana
later if it-was doomed advisable, the
thought being that possibly an as
sailt might be made upon the forces
defending that city before the rainy
seasou set in. Orders were issued to
that effect on May 9, but subse
quently plans were changed on a
count of further information that
there would be groat danger to the
health of the troops in that vicinity,
and also on account of the uncertain
ty of th" movements of the enemy's
- floot. It - wac then determined to
keep the United States troops at
points as near Cuba as possiblo for
imedialto vimbiarkation should] an
('inergoucy deintind it. Tho Santin
go campain proved to be that otner
goncy. It should be added, furthor,
~t at it was bli eved, a fte'r consul ta -
tion wvith medical authorities, that
troops camping in Southern S3taI s
during the summer wvould biecomo
somewnat acclimated for their ser
vices in Cuba.
2. When was the Saintiago eam-.
paign deterumined upon ?
A nswr-he Santiago campaign
wvas made necessary by the pre'sence
o)f A dmiiral Corvora's fleet in Sant ia
y, harbor, but had1( provi Ausly boon
conitemph)ltedl as one1 p)oint on the
coast where a reconnoisanee in force
was to he imatde to ascertain the<
st rengthI of tha enemy in thli differ
011nie lulios ini easti'rn Cubha.
'1'ho immiedliato deostructionm of Ad
miral Corvora's fleet was necessary,
andI to enable the navy to accom-.
plish this the mniitary, force under I
Major General Shafter, United States
Any one predisposed to Scrofula can
never be healthy and vigorous. This
taint in the blood naturally drifts .into
Consumption. Being such a deeCp-seatedI
blood disease, Swift's Specific is the
only known cure for Scrofula, because
it is the only remedy which can reach
scrofula apDeared ori the head of my little t
grandochild wvhen only la months old. Shortly
after breaking out it s ,read rapidly all oye'
herrod Tne scab 6aa the sores would p .
o BYont o litest touch, and the odor thre
woulid arise made. the at- a
mlos,)here of th,e roomx
sickening and unbearable.
The disease next attacked
the eyes, and we feared she
would lose her sight. E m
Ifinent sicians from thi~
suron incountry wn
consunltod, b ij (cult' .4re
nothiung to relieve ,- a d o
tie innocent, an 9 ait,
s.s their ophiin gave Ita .
case wa lion ant trh -
t.lg saye th hil' gryesgt. It wasb
te eoneat o ni de a s pey adi COl. d
, dover had a sign of th9 isas . ndha
Sorofula Is an obstina to ble0 l disae
and is beyond the reach of the serase,
blood rnedicine. swift,s specerag
is th e onyemedy equal to such deep
very foundation and forcs dounto eer
taInt. It i . orcl/ es~~ nd isy P
the only bI berd/ egtbe nand to y
Contain no m)ercury~POi , ournte to l
mi noral-substaince a$hoohe
CIook anit nifree by Swfft speoie
ire subject are
In ten to foile
lition of the
i stinctly fenii.
te. avera'e -
ctor in gen.
a I practice
es nlot half
l ue stperfi.
I pepsia or liver trouble without
)ecti:lg the real cause of the
wotlan Usually understands
t is th11 trouble but is loath to
a: rgo the Illortifying and gen.
Ir y useless "exatnintions " and
"I applications" on which the local.
3r titioter is allnost stire to insist. But
i is a far inore sensible alternative :
wonian afflicted with a delicate weak.
te of this nature shoulki seek the aid if
ha inarvelous " Favorite Prescription 't
n1 ted by Dr. R. V. Pierce, chief consult.
)hysician of the Invalids' Hotel and
t cal Institute, of Jlufralo, N. Y.
any case so obstilalte as not to be.
PU eptlycred by'this great' " Prescrip.
special advice for iexpensaive home.
r nient adapted to the-individtal cabe,
v aes br Dr. Pierce to an one who
V adres brn by tuail. All iettero are
r ed with the strfetest privacy and dever
Med except by the writer's special
e 'st. Cases intrusted to his care are in
ands of one who has a ifetiane's ex.
tice and who stands aonong the most
r' tat of living specialists in this par
ic r field of practice.
ry wowan should possess a copy of
)r ierc's fantotis thotisand-page ilus.
Ta volune the Cotnmon Sense Medical
Id r wl.1 a had a larger sale than
.n eolical book in ally lanaguage. A
a omnd copy will be sent abso/utel
i receipt of 2r one -cent statss O
a e eost of mailinr only. Ad ress
Vo a Dispensary Medical Association,
W N. Y., or setid 31 stamps for cloth.
oil opy. A whole medical library in
tie -page volune.
vol eeI, was directed tc. move at
me)n the city and provineo of
Sat ,o. This muvkmorat was hte
[of >y reason of a telegram. re
coiv 1y Admiral Samp'son on June
7th, ting that he had bombarded
fort. Santiago on Jnno Oth and
ife works quickly, and, if 10,.
)09 1 were there, city and fleet
-oub captured within forty-eight
It ropor to 4tte that after the
dato this meslago the Spanish
g%Yarri was largely reinforced. The
ap of Admiral Sampson was
doubt, correct at the tine.' The
troop. lo from Tampa on June
I41 l1 16,088 ollicers and men.
3. y was Tampa selected as
the bt[f Operationrs?
An-On account of the ship
ping *ties at that point and its
Compa ey short distance from
Cuba, laring any movement of
the tr possible on short notice,
as9 I, ress of the blodkadn or 4
any I. sudden condition might
411 y wero summer camps or
ganid Fernandina, Jacksonvillo
Aw -All of the early camps
nr t18< h wore selected1 with spec
al ga for the healhb of the
~roal th aeir convenience for
rOt a emmont by rail antd wvater.
'he mn t Feornanmdina wits organ
ird rec~omm1iendaitioun of the j
n1jce al commandating tho army.
I ho m .Jacksonvillo wats select
d o b comm.natipon oft M~ajor
3n,1 I,Jnited] States volun.
eerl,'3 andling Seveth( army
A Ir nt camp was never con
ompJo ampai. Troops' were
ont t.r paratory for emwbarka
ion, a&d kept thore for emaer-J
oency'n ly to embniark for Por
o Ric,, )o >n thy signitng of tl.e
>rotocoI )0ps, being no loniger
equiredl , ampa, wer" it. it to
-luntsvill , a camap selected by
biree offi lotiled1 to asicertaina
he campi en, having int viaw
he. healthiamfort or the sol
5. WI,as the Porto Rico
ainpaign aioud 111)011
Antaswer- Porto> Rico (caml
iore issuor ) '-s Io arry it ou
8 a'2i, Iot)(
' -rve )a te~lta,j
ranasport a1 balrksaiotn at 'r
a ott aiccoti i(VC,rcev
romf (Comt advcentc
80anish er 'y saig
iah tot destrou.rsee nd
3stroy con an,Cu ;
Wiisiitgt 10.-Thie fol..
.via g name -igotolcr
by the sac6rotary
Iler, F'jftI Ca pt. Ezra 13.
'Ilt. Willia a, Thstednt
id, Sixth Cnpt. Alber~