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-- LIVE: STOCK A7 4.-1 ru.
Plank for a Good Exhibition. of These at
charleston Exposit on.
The Sou.:h Carolina Inter-State and
West Indian Exposition campany has
been organizad with resources of $1,
Its purpose is 1o show to the world
the marvelous development of the
South in the last quarter of the nine
teenth century. To accomplish this
the exposition has been made an Inter
State affair, and there is no good rea
son why the enormous resourcei of the
United States sli Id not have a p!ace
in the picture.
Many States a!d cilies have already
reaponded favorably and will be rep
r srnted by buildings on the avenue of
States and eities; and the Federal gov
ernment will also be iepresenied by a
building and exhibits f row all its de
LIVE STOCK DEPARTMENT
The managem-nt, coniiiering that
the exposition would not be c mplete
without a creditable exhibit of live
siock are now arranging th-ir plans
for this degrtment, and propise to
make it on broader line, tban ever
before attempted in the soutb.
The exposition ground< covering 175
acres are locved oe and one-ha's
miles from the heari of the city and
embrace the old Washingt~n ract!
course, which in artc-bellumn days was
a favorite for aU racing stock. The
eimate of Charleston is pectaiy
adapted for a lij estueck exhibit during
the months of the- expasi i in, and
suitable buildings with all modern
conveniences will be erec:e I for the
accomasodation of all classes of live
It is desired that the followitig live
steek shall be fully represetied:
Cattle.-Beef broeds, tiairy breeds
Sheep.-All lasses, approved by
Swit.:-'All classes *approved b)
s'ock blteeding a-s >ciations
Horses, Speed Dcpartirent.-Trot
ting, pacing, running.
Harnves-.--Coacb, h.ckne3 s, morgan,
staudard roadsters, thorotighbreds,
saddle horses and ponies.
Poultry.-Ot a1 kinds, approved. b%
Premiums.-It is the in eution of the
mansgement to ofter an attrac:ive
premium list in aflt. recognized c!as-e ,.
and they invite cori epon tence with
all live stock associations on this lint,
for tbe purpose of sec.ring their co
operation which may rEsult in aug
menting the premitni list.
Managewent of the Departmen'.
The exposition thanegement are ar
ranging to secure thI very bst man
agers for each of the divisions of the
depasrtnent, and - their apptuiatnents
will soon be annound.
The great interest lately developed
throughout the South in all matter
pertaining .to the -dairy and its pro
ducts, has indaced inie managerW at to
Corresposdence is solicit ed with hall in
terested in dairy methbods.
* Address .Jno. H. Aaerill, Director
Geareral, Charleston, S. C,
Ms.Fogled iihe Surgeons.
AJI doctors told Renick Hamilton1
of. West Jefferson, 0., afte~r suffering
1A. mn9nths. from Reseta1 Fistula, he
would dic ipless a costly operation
wa performed;. but he cured himnselt
uith five boxes of Bucklen's Arnica
Selve, the surest Pile care on Earth,
- and the best Salve in the Wor:d. 25
cents a box. So'd by Mc Master Co.,
BESTER'S COTTON STATE5!ENT. r
New Orleans, March 1.-Secretary
Hester's monthly cotton exchange r
statement issued tod-ay shouw- that the S
total for February was G70,748 ba e"
agait-st 847,189 lait year and 552,010
year be'ore las'.
The movemens fremi the first of Sep- a
temtber to the clo'e of Febru'ary itn
eludes total receipts at all Uni ed
States delivery porte 5,865 063. gMai.tt
5,556,893 las' ear ; tel ov-rltd to. y e- a
ment by railroad4 across 'ber .M i.-isip
pi, Ohio and Pd6'm..c rivets. 9-14 G31
against 13032,2O2; "utcern will tak I'
ipgs, exclusive or quanity consuned
at santbern outperts 872 619 againta; 't
8,106.; interior stock,. in exes-'s of
t.hose held at Ibe commnencem' lit of thbe ,.
season 59Z.609 against 242 098. ot
These make the total amount of the it
gotten crop 'brot-ght into sight during
six months endirng the clo-e of Feb- Cil
ruary 8,249,922 against 7,719,297 iast te
Northern spinners took during the
six monthbs 1.541,178 against 1,913,889 h~
last y ear. ra
Foreign expors for the first six m
months of the season bave been 4 415,- sa
905 bales, show ing an increase OVi r~
last reason of 3.58 659. de
Stocks at the seaboard and the 29 be
leadine southern interior markets on t
Feb. 2F' were 1,523,134 against 1 ,430,064 hii
the same date ua'.t ) ear. jba
Including port and interior town .I
stocks left over from the previous sea
sen and the numbter of biles of the
current crop brought irtt > ugh' during~
the six morchs, the supply has beena
8,372,456 against 8 :338,195 tast year b.
Up to Feb. 28 last year Si180-100 ret- enc
cen. of the cotton crop huad itCt mar. aft
keted and for the same six months in tt.
1999 the percet tage ot the cronp brough 4,io
into sight wa. 83 79-100.co
The Appetite of a Goat. b
Is envied by all poor d58 pestics er
whose Stomach and Liver are out of ly<
order. All such should know that Dr. it
King's New Life Pills, the wonde-rfe1l dre
Stomach and Liver Remedy, gives a tio
splendid appetite, sound d'ge-tion a d Th
a regular bodi1y habit tha inseure- pe -~ Re~
fect health and great energy. Omay bot
TIlE MONTU OF FSBUARY WIT- 1
NESSED RAPhDFARM WORK
Absence of 1%timulating Warmth and Uni
forjnly Cold Nights Have Checked Too
Mr J. W. Bauer, section director of
the weather bureau of South Carolina,
yesterday issued the following special
The month of February, especially
the latter po-iion, averaged much
cooler than nana!, but the month was
free from extreme co d weather.
Ear:v in thib m -nth the precipitation
wrs havv, makitg the ground too
wet to cuoiyate. but after tne 10tb dry
weather prevailed-to the 23d. 'n which
day snow tel - to the depth of from two
to five inches over the western counties.
and irorm six to twe.ve inche's over the
celtral and eastern counties The
snow wa% generally cons:dered bene
ficial ixcept to youing tobacco plAnt.
in the ea-tern p.irtionQ, arid t. iruck in
the southeastern portions, although in
both cases the dimage was slight.
General arm wurk is as far or far
th, r advanced a, usual at this se 4'on,
with. however, widelv scattered ex
ceptions where 'he soil has been too
wet to plow. Thre preparation' of
lands for corn an I cotton has made
c.,nsider,bwi progress, Much spring
oats h oi bICn s')wn, early gardens
ready to plant or alieady planted.
Coro planoting will beg'ui early it
\tarch, in the eastern c unties.
Lobacco is coming up in beds, and,
'x -ept as alremd%. noted, the plants
?*$- vigo"ous and healitby.
Wheat suff-red little or no injury
fr-in winter kitling and is promiPing
Fali oars hive good -tands, unimpaired
uy the weather,. except in seati-ms of
Marinn, Newberry and Orangebr
counties, where slight damage oc
curred by excesive rains.
The ab-ence of continued stimulating
warmth and the uniformly ouol tigh's
kedt fruit buds from swelling, so th'at
,he, suffered apparently n ) injiry
tiotn the treeze on the 24th and other
dates f-n which the temperafure fell
below the fre. zing point, except in
portions of Edgefield county, where
slight if-jury is reported.
Aloun the sou:hern coast truck was
in fin advanced stage of growth which
was checked by the recent cx!d weath
er, but ihs ixtent of the injury done
is not % et ec-:urately determinable, al
th-uh known to be quite severe.
The reports fr-rm a number of locali
ties idiesAte a scartity of farm labor
ers. They also inoicate 'a general ac
tivi-y in erectiy-g farm buildings, con
-itructing fences, digging ditches and
making other ftrm improvements.
Cou .try roads were generally in
good cndition during the month, en
ab ing farmers to naul large quantities
of cimmercial fertilizvrs.
For IWfants and Children.
The King You Have Am.ap Bought
TOLBERT AS FREIGHT
The kate. 1
Green wood, Feo. 28.'-A genthln an
rim.McCormick brought here todayb
he first accurate acrount that has
>eent oblainedI of t he shooting of Jim 1
['Olbert at that place l1st week.
According to his story the people of
JcCormick, while determined'to mak.- hi
Tolbert leave the town, haid-no desire P
o kill h:mi or tven ionict bodily harm. 01
:hey hit upo: a novel plan. They de- P
ded to capt are him and tie him in a
rate like a eltf atid shbtp him to soe
f hits relatives at Andersoin. The rair
o-d people, it is said, had agreed to
ece ive thbe freight and. duly transmit
and( tbe crate was gotten in readti- in
ess. A party of eight or ten rn-n then
Itiout to.c'iptur'e "he varmint." Tol
ert was.iound at work repairing oine t
f bhP bonses, anid was tould that h s1'
muet c-itter heave tew' forhwih or he Ii
-eud tie shipad~ off' Tlbert' broke
rid rn anid th- crow d gave-ch'.se.
hetre was no fi ing gaine on-indeed, C
e whole crowd we c -n~vil-ed with se
iaghter. Yoa. g Mr. H L. Ma' i, mi
e not one or the party but k6e* he
hit wa< to. be done, .and when ite
tw Tobert running up the street
i'h the put-ua-rs at his heh eh
atrted o hea.t off' th2 wanted tmani ke
ilbert then udrew his pistol aid fir.-i ca
vice at Mia: tin, atnd those of thbe pur- as
ers who h -d pistols becatu firiig at
'lbr-rt. Martin was wou'tIeti twice, Ca.
has been itated, bt- neither timne TI
rioits v. To b-rr was wound d twic-, a
ice in the arm and once in the back, gi
e bill perldrating the lung. Hie was of
ough' to Greenwood the day after
e shoo ing, and has since h eta get
im along nicely. The pbvrician at- of
niding hitn pronounced him out or arf
.nger 'everal days ago- th(
Tolbert h ui declared -that as soon as
i- ab-e to be out he Wtil havo war- ant
nta isaued for four citizsns of Mc~oy- pu:
uk who were in the party that as- an<
itred him. sm
rTe people of M6Cormiick are stilt
termined that To~ bert shall nor agi~j..
cime a citizm-r ot tha' town. The' Wh'
th y have no spe cial desire to do the
n bodily narnm, but that if he conmes of
rk they iil try to induce him to y
ye anid if he gets hurt he will cause
iimself. A. M. ('. tio]
. - san
A Life andi Death Fight.in
Ar. WV. A inres, of Manrchester, ing
ape fromu de..tt, saysa: --Exposure hel
er- meisles induced seriouts lungta
u~e, which ended in Consamtp- ta
it. I lad frequent hemnorrhases atna COU
ighed nigt andt dat. A:! my' dor. T
a said I mn-t r-oon die. Then I b
art to use Dr. Kinig's Ne .v Discov
for Consutmption, u hiich colthere. 1
utred me. I wonid not' be withou, Tea
ven if in costs $5 00 a bomle. Hun ing,
ds have ti-ed it on my recommin da- Edu
and ail say it unver' ttils t cur T
'oat, Chest arnd Lung i roubtep.'
urar -ize 50c at;d $1 00. TFriar sibi]
t~s free at McMaster Co.'s drug reac
)ROTECTIOOFTHECIL I te
'Nowhere is the compari' be
;ween an ounce of prevent so(
i pound of cure more appli pe
than in the care of the eye inf
he neglect of seemingly I. of
affections, perfectly curab tri
their beginnings, may lead. er
incredibly short, time to j te
nent impairn-ent of viab ca
even to total blindness. to
The care of the eyes shald m
gin ivth the moment of - at
The new baby's eyes sho I
the first part to receive attn
They should be wiped ca.
with a piece of absorbent.
wet ivith a warm soltion oD
acid, of-a-straigfkhof about X\
grains -in four ounces of dis . A
water. After the lids havet s
this carefully washed on thto a
side, they should be gentlise s
arated and some of the solti p
dropped into4he eyes. f
In washing the eyes one sla f
be careful never to dip ag
the solution a piece of
which has once been used;
piece must be taken each
the eyes are wiped.
The baby's eyes must be
tected from the light; its
must be placed where the e
are not exposed to the full li
from a window, and the carri e
should have a shade raised.o
about a foot above the bab s
Children often suffer from -
flammation of the edges of
lids, which are red and scaly, d
the lashes fall out and break -
This may betoken a gene
scrofulous conditions, or it m
depend upon some defect in
sight which.causes eye-strain,
it may be only a local troub
If it is only a local trouble, a
applications of boric acid oi
ment at bedtime will genera
effect a cure.
Conjunctivitis, or inflammatio
of the membrane covering tb
globe of the eye, may be due to'
cold, to the action of bright sund
light or reflection from water oi
from snow, or to eye-strain froD
some visual imperfection. Usuall
the boric acid solution will giv
relief here, eien when the troub
eannot be permanently cured un
i. proper glasses are worn.
Another painful consequeng
of eye-strain is a succession o
sties. When a clhild' suffers lre
Mu done to
ie eyes, e general
ealth, by too long application
>books, either school or .story
xoks. Three hours of looking
print by daylight, and on.
ouir in the evening, should no~
a exceeded by any child under4
urteen, for that is as mucha
s eyes, even if their vision . i~
arfectly normal, will stand withf
it ,injury.- The Youtk'e Com-k
SUNDA Y SCHIONL TEACHING.
The need of better methods o
struction in Sunday schools -is)'
neraill+ adm'tted, and some o
e churches have given. con-n
lerable attention to the subject~de
the. day schools ped.agogin
inciples have been evolved and a
bablished, and the teacher who
eks a desirable position to-days
ist know not only the subjects
is to teach, but also how to
pa.rt his--knowledge to others.
Th'e Sunday schools have not.
pt pace with the general edu- I
ional advance. They are still, r
they have always been, an in- t
culable influence for good.d
e teachers ara. now, as always, i
noble body of disinterested .
n and women who give freely l
their time -and strength in the e
liest of causes; but only a fe 'h
them are persons trained in the k
of teaching, or familiar witlig
'best ways of inspiring interest b
I holding the attention of their b 1
>ils. Hence their task is-harder oi
I the fruits of their labor'r!
aller than they should be. e
t .was to help those teachers t~
have no special training that i:
Sunday School Commission i
.Ie Episcopal Diocese of New te
ik began to issue its educa- e<
ialpublications; and with the o1
ie end in view it is now enter- ;.
a new field. It 'is establish- ae
a series of training-classes for ~n
day school teachers, to be i
1 in various centers, so that i
'hers in differe'nt parts of the ei
ntry can be accommodated. th
he classes will be conducted *f
killed educators,- and .will con- ti
r such topics as "How taj4~
ch," "The Art of Story-Tell- t.
'"The Principles of Religious -e
cation," and similar subjects.
[ie plan offers attractive pos
ities- which are within the
h of any church. There are
chers in every large town, and
ne of them would undoubtedly
glad their Sunday as
-iates the benefit of their ex
ience in a series of lectures
brmal talks. In the knowledge
the Bible: in ethics and doc
nes, many Sunday scho61 teach
r are well-versed and compe
a guides; but as to how they
nbest make those matters vital
the young people of the land,
ay of them would welcome the
.vice of secular experts.-The
Mark Twain's Great Aehievement.
After an absence of five years
[ark Twain has returned to
.merica, and ha:; been suffering
averely at the hands of his proud
nd hospitable countrymen. He
aves himself by occasionally for
etting an engagement, but hence
orth even that device will be
utile, inasmuch as men are told
ff to keep him to his appoint
nents. The reason for this great
nthusiasm is not far to seek.
When Mr. Clemens left the Unied
tates, five years ago, it was witlh
,he avowed intention of paying
Lhe debts which he voluntaril.
assumed of the defunct publish
ing house of Charles L. Webste
& Co., in which he was a partner
The amount of these has bee1
stated as in the neighborhood 0
$200,000. At the age of 60 year
Mark Twain set out to Mak
enough money by a lecturin
tour around the world to pa'
these debts of honor. He starte
r Australia and New Zeland an
followed the English-speakir
colonies around the Eastern coi
tinents to England. Before lea
ing Vancouver he made a stat
ment in which he said: "The la
recognizes no mortgage on
man s brain, and a merchant wi
has given up all he has may ta
advantage of the laws of ins
vency and start free again f
himself. But I am not a busime
man, and honor is a harder mas
than the law. It cannot comp
-se for-less than 100 cents
the dollar, and its debts nel
outlaw" Mr. Clemens paid ev<
ent of his indebtedness, hei
the enthusiasm of his compatri
--.Y Y. School Journal.
The lome Newspapers.
In vey me. o child
ren grow up in ignorance wh
can be taught to appreciate th
home press, says the Kensintoj
(Pa.) Dispatch. It is said to b1
he stepping stone of intelligenc<
a all tose matters not to b
[earned in books. Give yomi
bhildren a foreign paper, whiclj
~ontais not pne word about any
)erson., place or thing which they
iver saw, or perhaps ever heard
'f. and how could you expect
m to be interested? But let
hem have the home paper, and
3ad of people whom they meet
nd of places with which they are
miar, and soon an interest is
wakened which increases with
rery weekly arrival of the local
Lper. *Thus a habit of reading
formed, and those children will
ad the papers all their lives, and
come intelligent men and
men, a credit to their ances
s, strong in the knowledge of
: world as it is to-day.
Umost all boys and many girls
:e great pleasure in collecting
sign stamps. TIf the teacher
secure the co-operation of theI
Idren she will find the collee
is an aid in teaching geogra
.Secure a large album and
:e five divisions for each of /
fiv ctinnayvi Num"- 4
the children to assist in mak
the collection and to con
ate as many stamps as pos- c
e. f the children do the
'k themselves, they will neces
ly become familiar with all
important land divisions and
tries. Whenever a stamp is
Led to the collection, have the
Idren, while their'interest is
h look up the country in their
' ahy and be ready to give
e item of information about
Such information will be
erly sought for by the -class
Sthe fact that the stamps of
gKong, Jamaica, Ceylon, St.
iena, etc., all bear the head of
een Victoria will familiarize
mm with the colonial possessions
England more quickly than the
>t carefully memorizeL lesson
the subject.-Prdar' En#'
E 1ANAGEMfEN! OF TIlE
SLife A sn weC Socie!V of
e nite" gates desire' ne
apen Ae f.;r w ulnsboro and
similating tierFood andRegula
ting the Stomachs andmowels of
ness and Rest.Contains neither
OpiumMorphine norIin eral.
A perfeci Remedy for Constipa
fion, Sour StomachDiarrhoea
ness and Loss OF SLEEP.
Fac sinile Signature or
NEW YO IK.
.XACT COPY OF WRAPPER.
Notice to Voters
10 Tne B oks Ot a, gistration for regis
e tering voters for :be next municipal
- election to be held on Monda' , April
1st, 1901, for Intendent and Wardens
Sor the town of Winnsboro, S. C.- will
SS be opened at M-~r. Jno M. Smith's
er store Jaui-utrv 1it, 1901, an closed
All voer3 for this election inut
o reoister within this time. Eich ap
r plicant for registralOto Mu.., produce
ry his couny regt*tration certitcate anc
Ice town tax receitt for all town taxei
its. due before he can register for towr
election. J. E. CO AN,
W. 11. Cathcart, Supervisor o
JUST A1RIVED, A "ARLOAD
of YUNG ULES I have over
:. and, and 'hiey must go. If ion/ta
nt to buy a :nnIe somieto see me '~
ad I will se I r t; chteaper thant ('I oui
"~ bu ami where, eIs-. I
I have am' pric' mane or horse you d
atit iom $30 ut'. Also
i 24 we k rs~ andu -ome et( d st
ie bor ae '- Oue to see mle betos.
I wn ii bav or cattleo. Let n.~
hem !hr -f'ie yon . i
A p)retty line ot
BU TTER DISH ES,
Etc., Etc., Etc.,
C. M. CHANDLER'S.
Seven Per Cent Money.
WE CNLENI) MONEY ON IMi
r ovd farmu-. a' -a ven per cent No
.r Aso. e. e a e) T)-OUGL A SS,
Attorneys. Winnsboro, S. C-.a
We have trade.winners, higbiva5e-r*
and low-in-price HE ATERS-tM i
economical ever inTeiuted
They will burn knots, c1unks,
and anything else #bat is comb
Sand will give greater beat with
fnel than any other stove in
and heat more quickly.
keep the room vsrm
night and every p"
your room at any .U
are as cbeapas
a coal ate
Isairo have a-ie
bmz boaters AT C
* bave also the new
)ed room, (dining room,1 and parlr
N~ONE BETTBR RMADN'
Why pay sixty-eight doIasm
nge from an agent wheny~
v ae good one at balf price
iur home dtealere, who have..
Lion to anstain and who ll4r
i hore i Te m-icn.
much as posibe-t hatsetwa
es no good localhy,.
R. W. Phil lips, -
ikT 1RALVroDo M '0
bear Drug Co.
HOlOIT ifIi COICUI
LLL PA~tIES INDEBTED TO
estate of Q D. Wiltlfoid-, d
.ed, will plea~e call and aettle their.
ounts with A. W Brownl at the old
d J. L- MIMNIAUGH, -
_Suburibe to The Nie1s andEw