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A EwS AND IlERAL .' o.
W. D3. 1:oUGLAt-s, Edito..
- JAS Q. 1evis,, Treasitter.
W. J. ELLio-r, Busin:s :Ia-anger.
N%.IN 0 R.O, S. C.
Saturdai,3 Mauch 2, ; ; 35
THE Savannah way of dealing with
riots is in striking and pleasing con
trast to Chicago, Brooklyn and other
TiE Southern Railroad and its em
ployecs have made an amicable settle
ment of their differences Their way
of treating one another had a great
deal to do with.this we have no doubt,
for the i:tter was given fair treat
ment on both sides.
THE day draws on apace when Beiij.
R. Tillman, ex-Geverior of South
Carolina, and present Senator ele t,
wil. commence his rock-i.:bchi. and
pitch foik probing in thli. lirection of
Mr. Cleve'and. We wncr if the
advertised performance will not be
Ox March 4 the 5th Congress will
adjourn. Its members will then go
home; some to return. some to sink
into political o.bli ion. We feel no
gratification in the work of this Con
xress, taken all in all. They did every
thing -in a half-hearted way. Got
through oniy -part of tariff reform; let
the money question make monkeys of
them, and did nothing brilliant by any
means. The next Congress is Repub
lican we believe. The President will
have an olephant on his hands, but
hardly more of an unruly one than
this body now closing its session.
AND nlow Mr. Stanyarn Wilson is
uncompromising in the matter of the
peace and harmony matter. IHe would
see it fought out to the enid. A'd
this, gentle readers, is the gen tleman
wh. inst after his-ealkln Ael1.^
strife, longed for better feeling,
would be the representative of no fac
tion at Washington. How fair a ta!ker
he was; almost did he reconcile us to
the idea of having Larry Gant t's bright
particular star as our Congre-sman.
But all is changed, there is enough
good feeling, enough harmon:y now.
Mr. Spunyarn Wilson has spun
another and a different yarn.
WV. S. BISSEI. has resigned as Post
master General and Win. L. Wilson,
of tariff reformn fame, has been ap
pointed his success r. This position
is one of action ahd eniergy and gives
little or no chance to sensational news
paper writers to write long articles on
neglect of duty, friendline s to p~oliti
cal opponets, etc., etc. Mr. Diesell
performed his duties satisfactorily.
Mr. Wilson will doubtless do the same.
But there is room for the accomplish
ment of more than just the ordinary
form of business in this department.
Improvements are made every dai:.
General Vilas and Juo. Wjanuamaker
left their impress as exceptional men
of energy and business in this depart
ment. We hope Mr. Wilson will do
SENATOR UILL lacks a great de:?l
that goes to make up our ideal Sena
tor. But he does meet ouir approval
at times, and ini his rneply to Chandler
Thursdav he voices our sentimeit'.
The over-righteous Se nator from New
Hampshire, strong in a faculty for ad
bate and sarcastic rejoinder, is ever
holding up to ridicule the short-coin~g
of every one but himself. Hie, the
hero of the Florida swindle, tanuts
the Western States with fraud and
brilbery in the matter~ of their elcetions.
Sena'or [jil! says in his reply: 'I
hate a hypocrite." "I hate a man who
says, 'I am holier than thou.'" "I do
not believe him n ben he says, 'I t ake
no pleasure in attacki'g Mr. Roach,'
all of which is w'hat we feel
in regard to this cesnstic and ontr
smart gentlemnan of Tildeni 1Hays
A Household Treasarc.
D). W. Fuller, of Canajoharie, N. Y.,
s::ystha't 1-e always keeps Dr. King's New
DiscoveCry in the louse and his fam?Uy has~
always found the very 1-st resul:s follow
its use; that h e would not be without it i
procurab'e. Gr A. Dykeman, Drugzist,
Catskill, N. Y., says that Dr. King's New
Discovery is undoubtedly the bec Couch
remnedy; 'trut he has used it in his fan'ii.p
for eight years, and it - 'as never f ailedi to
do. aill that is claimied for it. Why not try
a remedy so long tried and teste~d. Tirh!
bottle free at Me laster& 'o.' Dru: oe
Regular ize 50ce. and StlX(L
TuBEST SAJvsinihe wo. :e: .
Brkuises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum,
Sores. Tetter, eppd H. a. m.
Corns, and e.l Skin F?rupi:, s
tively cures Piles, or:m py r;r B
ls guaranted to :zve vr ft..:
or noney retendned. iei : -:
box. 1'cr sale by ~M'--->.e &
m A'. S.C.
Mr. l~r: Dear Si r- We have r'..
cars ast -eenu-iingeryer -
1 th freit ra1C r )e ONf i re
Our g;-a-. bt r j. h u v r
>ten uinu -c-tful. Ae thii the time
ias comc whe1 n 1 the .:.h! of pctition
should be (.x(i ci-ed.:al an a1pa b
the people to the r:iroad c 'ni
sioliers, :Ud ,hoid this fail. theln 0
We are no elnemy to Iailroads, but
it is a fact that the rates o: fertl i17,S I
are vastlv higher thai on similr
The preSent rate on fertil z:,rS is
twic2 as great as that onl cottoll scee:.
The four g.reat facto:S thtt "0 to 1ix
freight rates, are (1) the value, (2) the
tonnae, (:) the buik, (4) the liability
to damage. The le s the value, the
greater the tonage; the le-s the bulk
and liability to damage, t'e clica. er
should be the freight rate charged
Under these condition;. the rate (n
fertilizers should be less than on tot
toil seed. For the past three years. a
tol of sced has fuly equalld in V,11ine
a ton of fertilizers. There al e 1 svo to
three times as much fertilizers b ;ued
as seed. The fertilizer is le-s bulky
and less liable to damage. Is th'-ee
any just reasoii, therefore, why t wice
the rate should be charged to haul
ferfilizers as to haul cotton seed?
The traffic manlagers of the roads
and the railroad < ommiSionlers liave
given as the reason the fact th A the
roads obtained tw hati's fr'on the
seed. F;rst, the seed to the mill, ant
Second, the manufactured product
from it. Let us see how much ton
nage the. roads actually obtain from an
oil mil! and a phosphitte mi of same I
capacity, say each ulillg 5,000 tons of
From the oil mill they get: first,
5.010 t.us :f seed, a d secod, :L:3
>)nsj of oil and m . or total of
From aL ph0tdvV asa ae
ir.,t, a.0JU :: of .cr-,:n ter . y
4.000) t.> s. 10 ro.k a.i ''oa!. Lo
tons o f sut lhur. Ithe muu1tae:nr f 0
which prodIuces 800tons1, of,- arli
pho.sphate, so that t lie phio?-ph: u mill
gives 13,000 tons, as az ain st tons
rom the oil inid. But this is mot all,
for the 8,000 tons of Rplosphate easily
uteilti all increased yield of 1";,0.10
bales of cotton or 4,600 tons, which
addedto 13,000 toni gives a total of
17,000 tons from a phosphate mill
against 8,333 tois fron the o-1 mill.
Cotton seed is as line a fertilizer as
call be used, yet where the roads
charge you $1.00 per ton to !,aul away
from the lands cotton seed, the best
plant food, and consequently diestroy
the productivenes of y otur lnds, they
charge $2.09 per ton to res~ore fer
tiizers, which buihl up thme lainds and
increase the products of the soil, giv
ing themn in the fall a tonnal~ge on cot-I
ton on which they obtain a rate of
freight six times greater than that
charged on1 seed-c. g , the freight on
a toll of seed from Chareston to
Columbia is $1 00; on fert iizer.$2 .00 ;
ad on cottonl, $G.00. The removal
of a ton of seed from the plantation
does nlot add 01ne blade of grass or' one
boll of cotton next f;:ll to thmt l :d
but annualv make s t o)rer, and "o
toln. The replacing of one tonl of
fertilizers at $2 00 prr ton,. gives ena'iy
two extra bales of cotton, or half ton,.
oil which they get 3:u.0 freight, o:.
total of $5.00 to the roads fromu hamn
ing fertilizers, as against $1.00) luo
haulinlg cotton seed. What equity,.Or
what wisdom is therec in1 contintlan
such a policy? It kills the g:>ose thn
lays thle golden egg. We hope Ii>
question will be agtatedc~ tuu li mine
te railroad commiussioncrs, 0r mn th
event of their failure to do .th
Legislature will remedy th:" eco' W
will co-operate with th.e farnmers an
merchants to sect're thlis 'i. ' nd hope.
yu will aid in havig the pe-is a
signed by yourl nighbori.
Very respct fully,
G LOmE PHIOsPH-IAT: LOilP N.
. I1. Clifford1. New CwWsn
itrobled with N\enra&za i i an :1eu. m
his. Stomrfach was disoree ids Li.e -
a ilte!ed to uin atlarmind de.'''(', aj> ''t1
el away, and i:e was tIns reduI
teshI and strength. Three boeties of Lie
tic Litters cured haml.
Edhvard Shepherd.'' 11'r-AOz '~. ha a
r .aing~ sore en: ha h' (ei' i l\ yer
- .l . Use* h:0bt'e * .et
Fee sores (.n I~s b2 e-asn
was' eura'.>| On urV-eer: lt
Chidren Cry for Pitcher 's Cast ri.
A petiti:>n for a ch':trie.-a il en
yesterday with theC Secre''.yof S'ati
fo the iIncarcorati of th T oo c no
Palters Werehiouse ('ompany( of -in!
1115. Thel capital stock is O2.000 di
vided into egti shares. The0 car
Cooper anid. . t 0Lth -- bm.
All discases of th1e ikini euri, an
lost complexioni restored by' JI~n
Oriental Scap. Winni" r:> D:-.
Cildren Cry f0r ni0ner~s Cfw .
F'or Over Firtv vca~rs
r DirM -
IaoT~b waI~e:,e eh ~ r
Iher:l~ 'V' hm sad ':' .:042
UWhen sh*' ceMss ed.--;:>C:re
~ atrnnsDrc:! LCcfrey s C - rd
o '. ' .3~ . .. -C Cc
SYom_; tL-t CU--CUd-O
its iug,-odicnats 13 pubT::,-,, t -. 1, '
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That I". ha-s n f :'--- L -n''
of C., , c,ta f l.- cl. a?
bccauso Casloria !;-d b%:cn r-3-a-rt tu be 2ai1scl
Do YC -2,~
c ms or One cent a dose ?
Yon~ X~otw that vvien pozzcsscd of
bu 2 and tha-t ya ma=1-Y L at--0 unbro*-:.n
Qa~-:-::A Vn ' do
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So l.. a tis~ store stands soll
Id soli nelv t eh:ater of its V
w contimies to givc
lio gnitest value ior the moneyV
pelit, s) 4n0n wii the lmaz ssles of the
oc)ple conti'ue o lstow lpol us
hat unstinted patronage which has
1Alude uS le..iIers in on.- line of buSi
ess. The specia! prices whiAh have
revailed here (luring the past week
ave c:uised !ts of suits to bid
.ood-byec" to our counters, and
hose whio obtained them will never
egret the investment. We have
eplenished the largain lots, and
ffer even greater values. than be
12.50- S10.50 and
;S.50 Suits at - - -
$ 5, $22.50, S18.50, $15,
and $12.50 Suits and
Overcoats - - - - - - -
$8.50, $7-.50 and $6,5o
$20, $iS.5c, $15: and
$12.50 Prince Albert
Coats and Vests - - - 0
This sale is is for spot cash, and
one of these goods will be sent out
How about your Underwear? The
severest portion of Winter is vet to
be gone through with, and the judi
cious investment of a small amount
in these garments may save miany
visits from yoar good doc.or. Our
linc is e-n jdete in Natural Wool and
Camel's ilr. and we are sole agents
in this city for Dr. Jaeger's cele- I
brated sysi0s of Sanitary Woolen
nderwear. All the Furnishings
that you require are here-"Star"
Launered Shirts, "Kinard's Spe
cialty" Unlaundtered Shirts; stylish
ats, Neckwear, etc.
If you do ::ot resido m Columbi,
write for what yo want.
M.L L. KINARD,
CLOTi'IHER1 THE ThOR PEOGPLE,
iKid Glove Oranges.)
Fine Ripe Grape Fruit.
Choice Sweet Oran2 -s.
(hoice Eating A pls
Choic. uessina Lemons.
Apples and Peaches.
~autorma Rsaisins and I runes.
in Eating Irish Potatoes.
oagea2s, Turnips, Etc., Etc
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Ridewa.. - C.
CUT PRICE SALE.
In ,pite (;f five-cin t -ottol and the ready-to-die feeliig of people generally,
C sold ::aeks of good in 1,:4; but as we failed to get rich, we want to sell
wre in 1%. To get a good start and prepare for Spring we will, for the
EXT IXTY DAYS, sell at
CUT PRICES +
The first itn is DiCes Goods, wbich we offerat New York wholesale price,
ithi noutzii addd or freig.ht or expense. We have ia good assortment, and
Twill ay ;.u to see0 then 111 bring thw csh with fOu.
Bg B r:. s in I w;.,; sha is..iani itirts, Un<$erwear.
L8argo lot f .i .., Kereys, etic., tor men's wear, t factory prices.
-. ., .: . -epa.rtaient offering it frst cost-all at
S..:.. .:.::: . .-: we ever saw. We have a man's Felt Stiff
-at at 7e-od s-:61j at aoube the price.
We are anxi u r trie and want you to come tosee us. We claim to
Good Quality and Low Prices.
We are grateful for the liberal patronage of last year, and will endeavor to
nlake it to the interest of the public to give us a larger patronage in 1894.
.cod value, honest dealing, polite attention to all are the rules that guide us.
CALDWELL & RUFF.
All parties indebted to us must make arrangeb
ment for immediate setue.ment. We must have the
money, or paper satifactorily secured. Having de
cided to g-o into a new business it is absolytely neces
sary that our business here be closed up at once.
All parties owing us will be given a reasonable time
to settle; after that all unpaid notes or accounts due
us will be placed in suit.
T. H. KETOIHIN & Co.
Headquarters for Millinery.
Til~E AND UNTR'liMED~ LADIES', MIMES' xND;HILDRIEN'S
IiSb in ::il r.:-. laa*'t i.hapeic. A herg.: -tock of Rlibucs, ?hacy iheather, Birds
tOd Tip-. Fa'.cy Pius, [luck ier, Velvers, Sika, Crei e.- au: uother goods per
iim :his de~ernioes?. As we h:av'. a large sbck of thes-e goods- whi':h ~
must i.o sch~i in, (emi,.we :have mai ked our pric<+ .u ui~emn down. Now is
+s Staple Dry Goods.
No~e~tr ad soid ( k :uis Go-d fur busn
*CR~OCKERY, GL ASSWARE~
h!o'::, ii-t. anid ot~her go~i um ili fj:nad inu a general mn..ehandise store to.
nf?u und at J. 0. BO.AG'S
Furoi' :r', Snv it g \.lachinei, (ooking Stov'e-, 0 gang, Bng ies, Surreyt,
Load Ua u, ani Onezt and Two-horse Wagons.
T EXChE FEED
The anao-ement of the 4
E iabeLife Assurance ~ - '
Society i the Department of -
Stheo Caroia.s, v.ishes to se
cur a ::Special Resident
cAgents T:os wn~oare fitted AN) LE SB E.
Sort is work il find this
.- 1.. 9 8 us ieceived~ and for
It ik--.,. owe~er, and those 8 Sale,
- wh'e.ed'e2i tp sse e, :d d in:-.- YO.UNG M ARES
9 Ihre : aar uget -m.1U L*8 a~( (-:':Iv~ elchp
Th' - I:, over care- -~ *' r~ L?. 1:>-. e. -n: w .h :' to
8~ h a -e s a k e'. I. .-. :nt c i nd e1 x
oper or oC'
fi~syc a -A Few Miilch Cows for Sale.
ther e -Also a Few Buggies.
W/......~~ 'A. WILLIFORD,4
D FuTEPR.DR. DAVID A.1KEN, -
- ' DEN TA L Stlm('N.
.s .-I: :- :s ecet, 3 Doors
-( ;M~hUTINCst* (4 1-o!Atl e.
D 0 C O-- -- :.way a c., ev'.ry X..r.s
BOILING I 1 TYNG DONE AND~ SOLIC1T