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SULLY IN COLUMBIA.
He Is Satisfied That His Cotton
Warehouse Scheme Is a
Daniel J. Sully, as cheerful and de
bonaire as a body could well be, was
in Columbia on Monday. says the Co
lumbia correspondent of the News
and Courier. He seemed in the best
humor. was elegantly dressed and
'rim full of his ware house scheme.
He talked most cheerfully, and is sat
isfied that his project is a certain
success. He has now been out of
New York. his headquarters. for two
weeks, and during t'hat time has vis
ited many points and finds much en
couragement throughout the south.
Mr. Sully says that the south's salva
tion is in a complete ware house sys
tem by which it can regulate the sell
ing of its crop. He says that he has
had the most cordial support and en
couragement of his plans, which call
for a series of ware houses throughout
the entire south. He says that his
plans are to provide ware houses cap
able of accommodating as-many as
15,ooo,ooo bales of cotton. Mr. Sully
has made arrangements with one of
the largest Trust companies'in the
country to guarantee the ware house
receipts, so that the borrower on
stored cotton can obtain the mini
mum rate of insurance.
Mr. Sully thinks that in time the
ware houses can guarantee grades
and approximate weights, and in
this way be of great help to the ex
-port trade and of incalculable service
to the southern farmer.
It is the firm opinion of Mr. Sully,
that the farmers of the south have
much more to expect from a first
class and strong ware house system
than from almost anything they
have in view.
It is the purpose of Mr. Sully and
his associates to acquire by purchase
standard ware houses wherever they
are found and where they can be
bought to advantage.
Purchases are to be made rather
than new buildings erected, but only
standard ware houses are to be ac
It is the expectation of Mr. Sully
to close the transactions 'he has in
.hand between now and the 15th of
May. and to have everything in read
iness for the approaching cotton sea
From Columbia to St. Louis is the
programme of Mr. Sully, and he goes
there to talk ware houses to those
who are much interested in the suc
cess of the undertaking.
Mr. Sully, before leaving the city,
gave out this interview regarding his
The Southern Cotton Association
has been the means of untold benefit
to the cotton producers and the cot
ton interests of the south. The South
ern Cotton accosiation is the primary
solution of the cotton problem. It
in conjunction with the friends of cot
ton, co-operating together, can con
trol the situation.
Every bale of cotton hat is broughit
n a the present time not only de
preciates the value of that bale, but
sacks, if n
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--.1have worked so hard to put into
the ground. Therefore it behooves
status of your strength and to real
ize. and to realize it at once.
There is at the present time a plan
being perfected which will undoubt
edly be of great benefit for the next
sixty days. You are masters of the
situation at the present time. You
have won a great victory. Still be
masters: and master forever.
Cleveland's Tribute to Jefferson.
Grover Cleveland paid a tribute to
Joseph Jefferson, who died at West
Palm Beach. M. Cleveland seemed
deeply affected. He said:
"It is difficult for me to speak of
Mr. Jefferson. He was closely my
friend. his delightful trai:s were so
made m:nifest to me in confidential
intima.v and my love for him was so
great that his death caused me to feel
like a mourner whose sorrow should
"All knew my friend's professional
supremacy and his conscientious ser
vice ii; orofessional work; and many
knew how zealously he defended dra
matic art and how completely he il
lustrated the importance of its clean
liness; mary knew how free he was
from hatred, malice and all unchari
tableness: but fewer knew how har
moniously his qualities of heart and
mind and conscience blended in the
creation of an honest, upright, sin
cere and Cod-fearing man.
"I believe that in death he has
reached a world where the mercy of
God abounds, and I know that in the
world of men the sadness of his loss
will be felt the most by those who
knew him best."
Of stories of Irish hospitality Mr
Macready 'had a full supply; also of
hotel attendants and the peasantry
On one occasion he asked the girl ir
attendance for poached eggs. She
looked a bit nonpl'ss .d at first. b)%,
after a little hesitation replied, "There
are no poached eggs in the place. sir
but I think I could get you some
In a poor little cottage of twc
rooms he saw a married couple and
seven children. Hearing a baby cry
'he asked to see it and explained thai
he took an interest in babies, having
one at home. The infant was pro
duced for inspection, and the nptlhei
asked proudly, "Is yours as big as
that sir?" To which he replied, "]
think it is a little bigger." Inst-:ntl3
the instincts of the mother wer<
rouse d and, tossing 'her head, sh<
said: "So well it might be. That'
only half of ours; the other half it
with God. We had twins."
At a hotel one of the party asked
"Have you got any celery, waiter?'
"No, sir," was the significant answer
"I relies on me chances." That max
deserved an extra tip. On anothe:
occasion the dinner was especialla
good and well served. At the con
elusion one of the -party remarked
"You're an angel, Pat." "I am, sir,'
not after the
'y farmer to t
co more, and
bout five rows
natively, and aft
~de enough on tt
pay for the guar
~ur 1~ wn
assented Pat, "bvt ! 1ly low."-Lon
A Model Republic. t
"There are few men ac happyas
you in your family relations. t
"Yes. my household is a modelre- I
public in miniature. You see,the se
cretary of war my mother-in-lawand
the minister of foreign relations my
"And of course you are thL pressi- 1
"No.man. One can see froim that IC
question that yu are a poor,ign >
rant bachelor. The presidential
chair is occupied by the cook."
"Vell. then what are you?"
"Why, I am the general public and
support the governmentt throouugh
the payment of taxes."
An excited military loking man
entered the editorial sanctum of a
Iissouri paper the other day and
. L,at notice of my death is false sir
I will horsewhip you within an inch
of Your life sir, if you don't apolo
gize in your next issue."
An editor who is up to his busi
ness always knows how to get up C
appropriate apologies when they
are demanded. That editor knew
his business, and the next day his
paper contained the following apol
"We regret extremely to announce
that the paragraph which stated that
Major Blazer is dead is without
A homely rich girl can get married
to a poor man as quick as a pretty
girl to a ricth man.
Rheumatic Pains Quickly Relieved.
The excruciating pains characteristic
of rheumatism sciatica are quickly re
lieved by applying Chamberlan's Pain
Balm. The great pain relieving power
of the liniment has been the surprise
and delight of thousands of sufferers.
The quick relief from pain which it
affords is alone worth man5 times its
cost. For sale by Smith Drug Co., Pel
ham'& Son, W. G. Mayes and Prosperi
ty Drug Co.
The more frills a woman has on her
clothes the more she puts on her
For a Weak Digestion.
No medicine can replace food but:
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tab
lets will help you to digest your food
It is not the quantity of food takeL
that gives strength and vigor to the
system, but the amount digested and
assimilated. If troubled with a weak
digestion, don't fail to give the Tablets
a trial. Thousands have beeni benefitted
by their use. They only cost a quarter.
For sale by Smith Drug Co., Peiham &
Son,W. G.Mayes & Prosperity Drug Co.
About the only thing t'hat can be
said in some men's favor is that they
are not society favorites.
Keep your bowels regular by the use
of Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Tablets. There ik nothing better. For
sale by Smith Drug Co., Pelham &
Son, W. G. Mayes and Prosperity Drug
est the Peruvi
rnake a practi
vith Peruvian, ar
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m14HUMPERT_ Sec. ant
There are few diseases that inflict
nore torture than rheumatism and
here is probably no disease fur which
uch a varied and useless lot of rem
dies have been suggested. To say
hat it can be cured is, therefore, a
old statement to make, but Chamber
ain's Pain Balm, which enjoys an ex
ensive sale, has met with great sac
:ess in the treatment of this disease.
)ne application of Pain Balm will re
ieve the pain, and hundreds of suf
erers have testified to permanent cures
oy its use. Why suffer when Pain
3alm affords such quick relief and
osts but a trifle? For sale by Smith
)rug Co.. Pelham,& Son, W. G. Mayes
nd Prosperity Drug Co.
Nine times out of ten when a man
)uys a horse he is sold.
.hamberlain's Cough Remedy the
Best and Most Popular.
"Mothers buy it for croupy children,
ailroad men buy it for severe coughs
nd elderly people buy it for Ia grippe,"
ay Moore Bros., Eldon, Iowa. "We
ell more of Chamberlain's Cough Rem
dy than any other kind. It seems to
iave taken the lead over several other
rood brands." There is no question
)ut this medicine is the best that can
>e procured for coughs and colds,
vhether it be a child or an adult that
s afflicted. It always cures and cures
luickly. Sold by Smith Drug Co.,
elham & Son, W. G. Mayes and
1rosperity Drug Co.
A much admired girl does not al
ways make an admirable wife:
New Cure for Cancer.
All surface cancers are now know
o be curable, by Bucklen's Arnic
3alve. Jas. Walters of Duffield, Va.,
writes: "I had a cancer on my lip fol
rears, that seemed incurable, till Buck
en's Arnica Salve healed it, and nov
t is perfectly well." Guranteed cur*
!or cuts and burns. 25 cents at W. E.
Peham & Son's drug store.
An old bachelor says that a fool
and his money are soon wedded.
Full of Tragic Meaning
are these lines from J. H. Simmons, 0:
Casey, Ia. Think what might hav(
resulted from his terrible cough if h(
bad not taken the medicine about whicl
be writes: "I had a fearful cough,
that disturbed my night's rest. I triei
everything, but nothing would reliev(
it, until I took Dr. King's New Dis
:overy for Consumption, Coughs and
Colds, which completely cured me.'
[nstantly relieves and permanentl3
aures all throat and lung diseases
prevents grip and pneumonia. At W.
. Pelham & Son druggists; ara
Leed; 50 cents and $1.00. Tri bottle
A woman's p.ronunciation of depoi
depends upon her station in life.
There are as many ways to wina
woman's heart as there are omen.
Don't Borrow Trouble.
It is abad habit to borrow anything
but the worst thing you can possibl3
borrow, is trouble. Wen sick, soie
heavy, weary and worn-out by th
pains and posn of dyspepsia, bilious
ness. Brih's disease, and similar in
ternal dsrers, don't sit down and
brood over your symptoms, but fly foi
relief to Electric Bitters. Here yoi
will find sure and permanent forgetful
ness of all your troubles, and youl
body will not be burdened by a load o:
debt disease. At W.E. Pelham & Son'
drug store; price 50 cents. Guaranteed
~ss for this y(
caltest side t
d bout five v
ng and weighin,
Aith Peruvian os
BRING FANCY PRICES
To grow a large crop of shpotatoes, the
soil must contain plenty of otash.
Tomatoes melons cabbage, turnips, lettuce
-in fact, all vegetables remove large quanti
tis of Potash from the soil. Supply
Eberally by the use of fertilizers containing
not less than 10 per cent. actual Potash.
Better and more profitable yields are sure to
Ou pamphlets are not advertising circulars
booming special fertilizers, but contain valu
able information to farmers. Sent free for the
asking. Write now.
GERMAN KALI WORKS
New York-03 Nassau Street, or
nta, Ga.-2 South Broad St.
For Sale by
C. H. CANNON.
"Sm . C\\ PYRI O
In tea and coffee sets, both ster
ling- silver and plated ware. Te de
and desirable with each passing year
and our grandmothers' eyes would
-twinkle with amazement at the dis
play to be seen here. -
05$aBANK D P MIT
Railroad Fare Paid. 500
$ PIANOS $
4You want the BEST. We have A
EXACTLY what you want. Don't
ywait to feel exactlyready. We cany
'LOW--our ters resA
Write us at once forcaaous
- prices and terms. Address 9
t Malone's Music House, 6
9 Colutnbia, S. C. +
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