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arday, January 20, - 1 0C
TREFIGET ON $ECRETARY GAGE.
While Alger was Secretary of War
it is said that Secr' art of the Tress
*nry Gage precipitated and inspirec
much of the criticism on the conducl
of Alger's manasemtnt o' the wa. de
partment, and tbat: ow A"Ker'e toicndo
are deriving a great deal of fun fror
the attack on Gage azd his "pei
. The public is fymilir with th? res;
ltidns introdured jin Congress ediing
for papers and facts in reference tc
the Trexsurer's deaiings with cert'ir
banks, especially the National City
Btsnk, of New York. The Indianap,;
lis Sentinel gives the circum'.tancee 01
the ssleu( the old cu,stom-hou-e is
"This sa!e was made under a specia]
-act of Congress, which provided thst
the Government should continue to
occupy it as a tenant, and pay the
pnrcbaser a rental equal to 4 per ce:n
of the purchase price. The sale was
for $3.265,000. 'lhe precident of the
Nation-l City Bank, it is said, went to
Washington with a certified check for
$3,225,350 en his own bank, which
was presented to Secre:ary Gage, and
immediately returned by himu for de
posit in 'he National City Bazk. B1
this payment of all but $40,009 't ta
purchase-money the b:nk became t'e
ow-ner of the building, and the Govern
ment becomes its tensnt at $130,000 a
year. The bank has in fact revcr
paid on a cent. Al! of its money i
in its vaults for use, and has been ai;
the time. And altho the sale i ac
tually made the deed; have not been
passed-theoretically because of the
$40,000 still unpaid-but evidently f;r
the purpose of keeping the property in
the name of the federal Government,
and tbereby exempting it from local
tax tion. This is a most extraordinau y
Many of the Democratic papers have
been citing the law on the Secretary
no_n this state of fste. For instance,
ow Yerk World calls his atten
othe Revised Statntes of the
States wherein it is provided
s a aes of old ma
if the Secretary h:d wisely exerciset
the discretion given him by law. Wha
does a ma, do who h-s aot a surpln:
Dalance in the vauLs and has outstand
ing debts bearing interest? ie calls it
the evidences of thoe cbt: ai
pays them off with his :utrplus deposit
That i3 what a busiress man wouk
have do,.e; and we would have ha:
650,000,000 less of iuterest-bearinr
bonds in c;iculation tu.day if th
President Lad f.,lko-.e:. the way bLz,
for him by the Republican party."
"When the Repub!ican ni:tional G 3:i
vention assembled, soon aferward,'
says The Republican, "Mr. McKitil
as chairman of the comm e on Ies:
ltions, saw to it that a .pecial den ti
ciation was written into !lie p-atft'rn
of 'the Democratic "lht:. i ini;
the Government's moiev, :=ithout i!:
terest, to pet banks.' "The itepubl
can furtber comme'ite:
"It is a curious turn whic i -i.te ha
brought, that the Admini-tr:i.a:n
William McKirdey himself shand MI
pursuing this 'Democratic policy,' il
stead of 'the way blazed for him b
the Republican party,' and to a e::gt
which th. Cleveland ZAdmini tratiu:
never ventured to go. * * * 'Th
Pretident plainly owe3 an al:ology i
Cteveland and Fairchild."
A great many people get i:to troubi
by talking too much, and Mr. McKin
ley is one of there unfortunate people
MOVING TO COLUMBIA IN W.GONS.
Families Going from Fairfield to the Cap
A representative of The State taki :;
a spin on his wheel to Hyatt parl
Wednesday passed a line of hilt
dozen wagons going in the direction o
Columbia. They were piled up wit
household goods and each containei
representatives of a family immigrat
ing to this city. The bright, intelli
gent faces and fine color of the five o
cix young people, girls ant boys, il
the party impressed The State man
who, on inquiry, found that they wer
from Fairfield county, and were mov
ing to Columbia to live. After th
procession passed, the wagons rum
bling over the macadam road, an oli
negro man was encountered. As thi
'cyclist got up to him ha observed him
raise his hands to the heavens am
heaid him mutt*r to himself, "Mi
God; what's going to become of tb
country it this thing goes on? Every
body moving from tbe conntry to town
Pretty soon dey'll lave to tek peoph
out of de town to work the crops in
"Why, old man," was asked, "d
you mean to fay this is a coinmot
"Yes, boss; it's an every day thing
I been workin' up de road here frr i
month or six weeks and there's thardli
q day pass but I haven't seen %hit(
folks movin' to Columbia jes dat way.'
"What are they moving there f:r?'
"'To work in de inills, they say."
"Where are they moving from?"
"All up in dat country (pointi:
with % sweep of his hand towards the
rth), but montiy from Fairfield
county. I tell you, sir, [ don't know
whbo be left in de country to make tht
cratps if di -thing goes on," and h(
stumped duay shaking his head at thet
evidences of industrial revo!ntion he
had r.ever befGre imsgincd.
om oth2r sources it is ascertained
ans anu of the Fairfiedd
- use for ob 3 ear
A Conte r sitt I
'"rTimtaIe.ts mt rie ith b
hia s is C: " y
Csr ai : ibstitute for (
conitais neiher Opium, :M
:ubstancQe. Its; age is its gu
- and FiMiency. It assimilh
stm i a Bowels, givinm
Tie Children's Panacea-Ti
Th Kill You Ha
in Use For 0
rHE CCNTAUR COMPANY. 77 Mt
Clirott ircil oi ae
Cnar.(yt; N. C. tb;i3:ed ; 8 191.
R i, Bllllss: Colo 8,
inow n,,,ev; :Sne man:ragemient, ofers
except*,:i idvtages to any o:.e
e i g : y rcticl ui
TE: w e ongeof eritoy eve
by urem.in mntaers:wnte
exce n han esfrrioy
tions We OiNDguVra
D .E OF BY
0of 21 and
or his dej
ive 1 ax ret
annar y 3C
1 be-i zude u4d his .zz
tpine i'.: ,'ic iaIL'S;1e1y.
and : are .u E
aVa a:ner th :. altS ci
rience against Esx rime.nt.
astor Oil, Parego , Drops
Iarmless and P1 sant. It
orphine nor othc' Narcotic
tarantee. It destr:ys Worms
cures Diarrhoea and Wind
t,es the Food, rc,u'ates the
; healthy and na:ural sleep,
ce iother's Frie:id. I
Sign ure of
ie Alway Bought
ve 30 Y ars.
H elAY STRC T. N;w YOP c:Y. . .
Babieland children need I
2 3 at
proper fj d, rarely ever mcdi-1- sI
B,cine. ithey do rot tive i
Ion thel food,something is L
I wrong.l [They need a site I
help tciget their digestive I
Correspon- Ke.rgb i
Lddres, 4f. ofuj0'il19..........
GINIX. " Partan...........
Lv. Wasbgton,(s By.
~rn S Charlotte W....
- " cHile
)U.NTY A U L: c14 ba (lndE S..
ofFebruary Ar. Akn.......
ving tax re- " Gra:pteiio.....
de of all per- " Auenta.......
t y of 5;0 per - ~ 9utbia,~o Bs.) -
>arties fail to - ~~br......
above men.,I " Bra 1l.....
persons t>- Smervo. -...
60 are liab:e JJ.ofii,to.By.). I
wise exem pt Al. Perr..............
to make re- - --- -- ---
put y wi!Ibe ". -----.--.........
oni th~e diys _____c___in__;___-__:5
n:leeing car' Sei,vI
E::cellent del ne serv
s. 84-York and
rs- Dr pifroom sleeping eo
?~nta an ekYork.
tween Port Ta~, Jackolee
Washington an TwYork.
Jama y 29. ''Pullman slepn ears bet ween C
Richm-on~d- Din ca-rs betwe.i
N~os. TS anci4-6-T.. S. Fast
P . !Tnn di ~ .ombuffet
Jteen J ~konvj and New 4
maln .~~,v 1 o
anColumb. ,to daily betwe
vJlll ie m. ,t, viaAevile.
W sy Running
s. lodernl Sewing
impV he age, embrac
D latest improve
ied ualed for Dura
en WOn k: nd,
8 o s~~
sa25 In Intn utra T n
1en6~ io s ihb
Central Time at Jacksonville a:Ld Savannal
Eastern Time at Othcr aftts.
Schedule in Effect December 10thb
-NORTHBOUND. DNo 4oe
Lv. Jacksonivilte,(Plant Sys.).. 8 v.
Savannah,(So. Ry4 ...... 12 151 12 05
Barnwell.................. 4 02T 4 OQ
" Blatkvile....................4 17- 4 15
Springfe!d.................. 440; 4 88
$aly......................... 4 4s 4 47
Perry............................ 4 55
rAr. Columbia............... 6 0op 6 00
Lv. Charleston,(So. Ry.)....... 17 t a. TII
" Summerville................ 7 41 a 120
"Branchville............I 8.55a 16
. Orangeburg................. 9 23a 2 .
" Kingvile................... 10 15 a 4
Ar. Columbia ........... 11 00 a 600
v7. Autura,.('o. Ry.) ........ 3 wvp T l
" Granite v ................ 3 31P 101
Trenton.................... 4 00p 11001
" JQhnst............... 414p 11201
A. Co1na Union Depot).. 550p 2.10s
landing ... 810p 69.
S inso .................. 7-8p '0s
Ar.har ............. p
Ai'. Was g o...., ..'..... ;a
" , ,Pa.R B.j :..... r12 11
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