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ESTiABlLISHED 1865, NEWBERR~Y.,'. C., JA,1>Y,4INE2,m.3/CE XIET 1JilAV4 [
McKINLEY AND ROOSEVEL1
THAT 1. Til HTICKIST N0M INAIE A
Nomnin,ted by Accls,nMation--Tho Wor
Wats Quickly Done jindt Withonat a si,
Convention Hall, Philad(.lphia Jun
2t.-Tho conveni6on hall is fill
ing rapidly. Roosevelt i. non-cou
mittal this mornivg. Hie disavow
interviews quoting him as ready t<
accept, but his frionds say ho wil
bow to the will of the convention
There is great cheering as 11anna
Dopow, Roosevelt and others enter
The Kansas dolo-at.ion carry a ban
nor claiming they woro the first t(
declaro for loosevelt.
Aftor all of the smoke of the skir
inisl of the last few days tie con
vontion hosts awokm with i a commo
belief at McKinley and Roosovolh
would be the ticket of 1900. Tho ex
citing scones before midnight, th<
conference of the managers in Han
ni's room, the withdrawal of*Long
-Dollivor and the disapporance of
every other obstacle in the path ol
Roosevelt's .triimphiant, nominatior
and finally tho formual, measured an
nouncemlent of Sermitor Hanna that,
in his judgment. after a completo ro
view of the conditions, Governoi
Roosevelt should be nominated by
acclamation--this series of oveti
dispelled tho last vestigo of doubt
as to the ticket
As the dolegates and leaders ap
poarod in the hotel lobbies they
mhook haids and congrat ulated each
other like gladiators after a hard
fought battle, and all agreed that
nothing romained hit for the con.
vention formally to carry out what
had alr~oady bee regmterod as ils
THE oI1EAT AND i:vENrru, DAY.
This was the great day and long
before 10 o'clock, the hour set for
the assombling of the convention,
the hall was surrounded by an im
monso army of peple who beseigod
from the doors and entraicen, clam
oring for admission. When the doors
were opened they surgod in liko a
flood submerging Ito vast hall. The
stago had been fre!dened with green
things and at oech corner, red
peonies shot into the air. The band
in the north gallery was at work
oarly with iuspiring miuic. The
Hun blized down through the spaces
in the roof and the heat gavo prom
iso of being impres.siv.
At 9:57 o'clock ( li Kansas dolo
gation, with bright silk I,n flowers
pinnerd to their lapels, aroused the
first enthusiasm as they marched
down the main is l) earing a white
banner inscribed in big black letters
"Kansas is fJr Roosevelt."
SAs the delegates dropped into the
pit the utmost good nature was man
ifestecd. The contest was over. It
was to be a love feast, a jubilee, and
not a contest which the day was' to
Governor Roosevelt entered at ex
notly 10 o'clock. lie made a rush of
Sit, but he did not, oscape the keen
~eye of thme thousands and they sot up
choeer at sight of him.
He was surrounded by the dole
'gates when lhe reached the pit and
showered with congratulations. He
made no pr'otestations or dissent, but
smilingly repeated his thanks. All
States were represented in the wel
come, with Kansas, the indomtable
Rloosevelt pioneer, leading the d'm
X onstration. A few minutes latter
another outburst greeted the en
trance of Senator IHanna. He stop
ped a moment to chat with Senator
Davis and then he reached the stand
( ard of the New 'York doegation,
whore Roosevelt was holding a re
IJANNA AND RloosEVELT THIE FAVORITEs.
No pushed through the throng and
gtoeted the rough rider cordially.
*With his hands npon. Roosevelt's
shoulder he whispered in his ear.
For two minutes they remained thus
An 'olose Communion.
',Depew created a stir a little later,
but' it was Matthew 8. -Quy who
aroused the shouta of the local crowd.
Honry Cabot Lodge, the perma
net chairman reacehed the stag6 at
10.5o'clock, and there was an in
tPresting con felroleo of (lho leaders inl
faill View of the Vast audieice.
At. 10:20 o'clock tio big band
frot Canton, 0., mado its way to tho
hall and broke out witi the poaling
i3trains of the national anthom. The
wholo audioneo rose to its foot and
remained standing until it was con
As the anthem closed Chairman
Lodge announced tho opendig invo
cation by Archbishop Ryan.
The distinguished prolato woro
the suporb purplo robo of his high
station, falling to his feet, and opei
front showing tho heavy chain and
goldon cross, omblenatic of his
oflico. Ie paused until tle asseml
blago had risen and bowed their
heads, aind then li strong, rich
voico rolled out a prayer fillmd with
a sentimont of the responsibility rest
ing upon tio party hro assem
Whon tho striking figure of the
archbishop, with hie finish of tho
prayer, disappeared in the throng on
the stage, 11ho gavel fell to Imako
(iiot for Oth moro prciet.ieil work
of tho convent ion.
QUAY WITDRIIAW His AMENDMENT.
Mr. Q,ay aimonticed tho with
dra il of tho ninoildamerit proposilig
a chango inj rn!es I and 2, refrring
to repres -t at ion it National con""n.
ionts. This waf accepted by tho
Soutihern delegatfs as a conlcession
to them and they aroso onma11sse,
cheering wildly at Iho witlidrawal of
Mr. Lodge advanced to the front
of tho platform and said:
"Undor tho rules nominntions for
the offico of President of the United
States are now in ordler. Tho State
of Alabama is recognized."
A tall and ;wartby Alabamian
tood on his chair and by proarrango
'"Alabama yields to Ohio."
This was the signal for the recog
nition of Senator Foraker, who mado
tho speech renominating Mr. McKin
loy as the Republican candidato for
Prosidont. Then the cheors began
and a wild scene ensued.
FORAKER NoMINATES M' KINLEY.
Amid i tumult of applauso Sena
tor Foraker went to the platform and
when quiet was restored began to
speak, first thanking Alabama for
their courtesy in yielding, but at
tributing the fact to the overwhel
ming popularity of the candidate.
As Mr. Foraker continued he was re
poatedly interrupted with cheerp.
HIis announcement that the nomina
tion of McKinley was equal to an
election in November brought vocif
-Briefly Senator Foraker adverted
to the record of the President in
poaco and in war as one of the most
romarkcabl e in Aminorican history.
"In war arnd in peace," said he,
while the delegates and spectators
echoed the refrainf of the sentiment
expressed, "lie has boon found equal
to all extraordmnary - requirements.
In all American history there has
been no chapter more brilliant than
that written by the United States
with him as chief.
Foraker continued his speech at
11.15 a. in., and the audience went
wild for McKinley. Banners were
caught up and waved, the band
played and there was great rejoicing.
The demonstration lasted lifteen
Roosevelt took the platform. The
uproar was renewed and lasted .tive
minutes. Roosevelt said he. rose to
second the nomination. Somebody
applauded every word he spoke.
Thurston followed, and Yorks, of
Kentucky, also seconded the nomi
nation. Delegatos howvlod for the
vote but Lodge recognized Knight,
of California, who also seconded the
nomination. McKinley was nomii
nated at 12.50 by acclamation amid
wild cheering and p;roat demuonstra.
RIoosEvELT F~OR VIoE - PRBSIDENT.
Chairman Lodge ordered the
call of the roll for the nomination
Alabama yielded to Young, of Des.
Moines, Iowa, who withdrew Dolli.
yer and1 nominated Roosevelt,
Murray, of Massachusetts, with
drow Long auld teolvd loosovolt..
At, 2 p. ill. I'mosvelt was tioiminat
ed by aceclamiation.
MICS. ltno.EvELT' PREsENT.
Among tho varly arrivals at the
hall wero Mrs. 'heodore IRoosovolt.
She sat in 1ho front row on the oust.
sido of tho hall and was the cynosuro
of thousalb of eyes.
At. 2.2.) p. im. the convention ad
Philadvlphia, Juno 21.-Tho Me
Kilvy Roosovolt tickot wvils foro.
shadowed from Ilho first. No on
raised Ily Opposition to either 1ihe
ProsidentialorVice Presiden tiln I IomIn
ination: At 2.12 o'clock this afit r.
110011 the work already cut out for
tho convent ion Was donlo tlid t he Coll
ventiol. adjourued sino dio. Thero
was no opposition to the preairrani1gmd
over any queitioi. The only sign
of importanco shown by amy d-le
gates wis when they becailmo slr
foitod by tho oratory of the enhoists
McKiljy wats pmt, in nominakit ionl
by Foaker. tis ;peech wils fol.
lowed by it demonstration of ilthT"
siasin lastinlg sixteon uinutvs. For
Roosovelt, the conventionl mado ia
demonstration that outi41ouo that for
McKinley. When the roll of Stites
was called aid McKinley wis do
clared the unimiIOuS CllldidaVte
there wats little cithusiasm, because
the climax was anticipated. Inune
diately the roll of States wits called
for iomination of VIco Presiditent.
Iowa withdrew Doliver and named
.Rcosevelt. Massachusetts with'lrew
Long nild secouded the iomillation
of Ioosevelt. Dopew captlred the
C(.'LV0Lltio with a witt: speeeC, td
Roosevelt, becaie th nominee. N itie
hundred and twenty-nino votes were
cast for him. He received everv
veto except his own.
Tho convention declarod for im
perialism and McKinloy, and the
party will fight the campaign on
The nat.ional committeo met after
tho convntion and elected Hannit
chairman, and Col. Dick EIrod tom
porary secretary. Headquartors of
the committoo will be established in
Chi3ago and New York, ats in the
campaign of 1896.
CoMPLUMiNTS OF T SE sEASON.
McKinley has sent following tolo
gram to Roosevelt: "Your unani
muous3 ioination is it high and de
served honor. I beg to extend my
Begin at Ortangt butrg .Juno 1411h andit End
aIlutRichland Auigust 22nd.
'Tho following is the schIedulo of
the State campaign moeotings:
Georgetown -July 10.
F.orence--July 1 2.
Phikns- August 7.
Bears the ___lias Kind Yau llia AlMways Boght~
Bearsm the AToIbad YoiM a'sBuRI
THE PE0 PLE'S
We are more and more convinced every day that
our wa.y of doing business is the correct--our buy
i ng an ci sell i ng for cash ancl seling at a short profit.
NMIMN A UG
f.olcl you six years ago that these credit stores
would have to change their way of doing business,
You can't se! an article for 40c. that is only worth
25c., nor can you sell an article for $1.50 that is
only worth $ F1O. That is played out. Neither
can you cut tirNe price and time-worn goods a
cent or two and meet
in Mug's ;ut Prices
Not that we are hard up.--we have plenty of money
--but -or the purpose of creating a little sensation
every article in our store will be sacrificed
Wedne m Rms an riday.
14 ycs. Androscoggan Black Cloth fo r only $1 .00
25 " 40-inch Sea Island " " $ 1 .00
27 " 36-inch Black Cloth (without dressin for only $1.00
28 " Best Shirting Calico for only $ 10
22 " Good Mattress Ticking for only " 1.00
1 8 '" 36-ioch Porcales (not !ort len.ths) $ 1 .00
20 " White Lawn, short lengths, IOc. (LUality for only $1 .00
Thousands oi yards Black and Colored Lross Goods at half price.
100 doz. Towels for three days Sc., 1 Oc. and I 5c., worth double.
5 pieces Bleached Table Linen, just like other stores ask You 40c.,
for, our price only 22 1-2c.
5 pieces Bleached Table Linen just the kind the other stores ask you
60c. and 76c. a yard, Mimnaugh's price only 48 1-2c.
50 doz. Doilies and Napkins to be closed out at half price.
The people always res3pondl to Our Cut Price Rates because they
k:now we do exactly what we advertise. Has MVIMNAUGH ever told
you when you ask for an article advertised, I have just sold out? Has
MIMNAUGH ever told you the goods are on the road and will be here
in a day or so? I don't do business that way. I stick square up to
every word of my advertisement.
We have dozens of odds and ends representing different values,
cheap, medium and high price, so that if you are needing anything in
Millinery don't fail, to see our ie. Everything in this department
must be closed out in the next two weeks. Gui' business is built on
Bed Rock Principles
UNDERBUY! -- UNDERSELL! CASH!
OXFORDS! - -OXFORDS!
,We defy .competition to meet any value herein described. Our entire
line of Ladies' Misses' and Children's Oxfords to be closed out.
3 (Cases Laldies' Oxfords, reguilar 85c. <juality, now]os ci' ordShr,rglr O.qaiy
2 Casosi Latdies' O)xfords, rogular $1I.25 qualhty, OIy.Mo'iClrdSlrtnrgir7c.qai,,
now 85 cent..
2 Casesn I1Ldies Oxfords, re'gulart ~I 10 qualllity, NW.( ''1H
now 98 cenIts.
2 Cases, Lad1i(s' Oxfords eua .I (tUi~,25Io ' X r( hr, regular $1.00 quality,
~~~-now 5 nO 01ots
If you are going to the Mountain or Seashore this summer and want
a nice Trunk for a little money come to Mimnaugh's where the rich and
the poor all stand on the same footing..
SVolrtanburg i an i i M al 1hi1 fori
e0,I m,l)ncum, rit i.'Not.-pi in Nt.vherry,
hUIow eve I). A prlr..'h to wn, good
r-ailway colll-'( tiol)e, a )is al ot'
Illace and e!'fe , I he' soilety com
brin to Ilml't, .: : .:re pl asant.
berry wIlt k p ol *" nt Ztnv to at tt tl
the ComIene :t. I og comilforta
bly situated ve had e u:: pporltitity
of enjoying i.
Onl Satuirday evnnga )03 . m'.,
Instructor WAituer ."d a brnd of his;
expert athh" gavrm rin eibition n
the gyinhli:. It con lted of feats of
mn usCle, etc. iihop :Mneain com.l
meting on i' aii that be rmt as if he
had several bo=n "-os by Wing lo
'n. Nl. 1 . A. It yd, o' of Uun. i. I'.
hloyd, acted thu fAre clown to the mvr
Sunday n r:I-,at. I I a in.,! ,iq
A. W. Wih- n 'eli. the bavcalau
I'ate seh i fl r )aniel 1: ". Thm
prea ellr ill I'll to tho . un lm1.1n
Daniel a-: a naleK ty1e of lift. w\.hill. at
the saie ti!o ). h.tiiatcd a
that likely he ia an blal creatim.
tiharnttiit iieIi i.rn ef the dh-eouirse v.
his sarvasl ie 1wrival if "aristoer"
An1 attem pt \ ('n to !-ive :1 -Ik.:ich i
.\tu 8'o p. m., Snndey( evening fl l
ptOple rvp'%'1;d ") 1.h- crctlal MeLthol!
i!;b vhIrlch to hIm r P'-. .a'. 11. Car
lisle. His suij mem -Allnundi'stand
ing Cod.'' After dif'tiu:houIilng he
.ween notunnAmmnTr. .i::,nd iuinder
'tanding ho prooe'edd alon; lines of
mlisundvrstmndim-. (i)i!'s vower, h iis
love, and his l mdom. !! gave t.he
young men rninrIg that ptlt,hough they
might milsunderstand everything else
not. misundermt ni t.hMp eli' gion and
make a fail.r'. Thi gru did manI of
Spartailumri is al ays !ilh I'ed t., at) -
llon. .lohn I. Ahey. if New York,
read a leti'et befo,r th ' ier-'y steut.
uties M11nd -. J mor h; o1 !Ih.! subjl-ct,
" )Ilr Civi;;.: iwn."- h- ,py nl.er
a~ ~ ~~~~~~! tict (wntic o: nerm.n
ir. iur treatii - a ' :': iMM.''u ia n
of our gov i-nmi li:.a :.dmini:: trat ion
firom the nav,r.i feat ;it ! al'a down to
On Monday ev,!nin_ t! annuiiial dC
bate ltetweei the iuo litk -ary societies
tooklplaee: Tf subjet: I 'silved, That
England'.a co:-m'e in the Transvaal is
justiHAli. ie a1W iirmiv was de
bated by to' re:icouitativ,s of the
Il'rC.toni NoviO y .!ye. srs. . H. 0aniel
ann A. E. D!*'.'grs. Tlic flegative wits
uphedld by ite I'epresen:atiV es of the
Calhoun Soc et, Nlcssrs. C. '. 'eele
and W. C. kftte. Af,er a lively dis
eussion it was decided in favor of the
aflirimative b y the ColImittee. ThlI e
Iuedals offere'd by the Calhoun and
Preston it1-rtry -oc1it-i-' aIinnually for
the best e \!ys w'ee won by Messrs
Gibson and Watkins re'pectively, Und
wern tresen"II-d it. a happy naner by
Messi's. J. I'. AMI'y an1 .1. P-. I lince.
byt neairly ten to'lock thet e A llege chapetl
was tilled. While the Spar'tanriag
r-egimntal h.and was atri!:in g up soiii
li vely niotes cig hteen youn rg menn ap
pear'ed on ltheS sage repr-esenIling eigh
te>en count.ies. After Iliste.i ing to
twelve spceehes--th re'e be ig excuedi
fr'oim speak ing-Dr)i. ( ail i he delivei'ed,
in a few a; *i'opriate wor'di, the diplo
mias and usual gift of aLI Bile. Anot.her'
ine ident coinneted( w ith coinine neentn
was t hc gift of a bronz~e tablet In mem
0ry of Rev. lLunj. W\olford biy Dri. 11.
Ihaeir. When ii Iishop I unrcan, Chir i
manLl Hotarid (if Trustees. anmnouinced that
Pres. Cairl isle's resigniaion had been
r'econstidere or withdr'awn for a year
at least, and that "Dir. Carlislo is still
IPresident of Wof'ordl College'" the auo
d ience went wild with applause.
IRev. .1. \V. KCilgoro dcli ver-ed the ad
driess before the, Ahunnii A ssociation on
'Tuesday e;eninrg at 8.3i0 p. m. Hfe
spoke on the t heme of iy metrical man
hood developed under Ch ristian ed ucat
tion. IHe first called at.tention to the
miiserale condition of onei cduceatcd for
amehianiical purpol)Ises alone and who does9
not dlevelop t-he fincer quatlitics of hui
manLlity'. Hie c'losed by maikinig an ap
peial to the aluni Ito see that WVofforI
Col lege served to deveclopi that symctr'i
(cal ChIristiani manhloodl. Aftcr the ad
dre'ss aL banuet to the Alumnni was
served in the Alumut building.
Thus paussed a most enjoyabb': com-.
outing go to Wolfoi'd comnmenlcmnt.
The priofes'.:s and StudenCits endeavor
to make't1.e stay pleasat. Notwvith
standinag, although f-ya-tanburg's pop
ulation Is miuchl larger th an Ncwbcerry 's,
the autdienes~ are :m0t an large as~ the
Newbcrr'y, S. C., .June 13, 1900.
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