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? Brief Story of the Expo
sition, It*s Grounds
Tho South ?aroHu? Intor Stalo and Wost Indian Exposition will opon in tho
Oity of Oharloston, B. 0., Dooombor 1, 1901, and oloso Juno 1, 1902 Tho Exposi
tion Company has boon oharterod by tho t?*ato of Boutb Carolina with a capital
stook of $250,000. Aotivo work upon tho Exposition project has only beon in pro
gross sino<) about tho drat of August last, and what has boon aooompli6hod in tho
gold od that lia? olapsod sinon thou is without parrollol in tho history of oxpositioo
uilding. Tho Bito Of tho Exposition will bo on tho eastern bank of tho Aahloy
Rivor within a milo and a half of tho bu-dnoss oontro of tho City of Oharloston.
Tho grounds aro beautifully silualod, and will lond thomsolvo* to tho rao't. artistio
treatment. Ono half of tho grounds will bo dovoted to tho Main Exposition
Buildings, the Midway Uonoossirons and tho Administration offioos of tho great
show. Tho remaining part of tho grounds will prosorvo thoir prosont groat natural
Tho Exposition //rounds aro dividod into two main scotions, ono o>nsit>tirg of I
tho old Washington Kaoo Oourso property and tho other of tho Wagonor farm,
formorly tho Lowndos plaoo. Tho Arohitoot-in-Ohiof has adoptod tho goneral plan
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2&fc v.* v. . w$%-'W^UrV'^/r4-' ..... s.
THE COTTON PALACE,
of developing tho* Raoo Course propor on puroly oonBtruotivo linos and of porB<?rviog
aa far aa possiblo tho natural beauty of tho Wagner plaoo. Tho Raoo Oourso
proporty has boon omployed for yoars for puroly agrioultural purposes, no rao OH of
utiy imp??tan?? having boon given there since tho War between tho S!atos= T hia
part of tho grounds ls ontiroly lovol. No bottor sito, in tho opinion of expert artists
and buildors, oould bo found. About 22 aoros havo boon rosorvod ou this part of
tho grounds for tho Midway Cbnoossions. Tho main Exposition buildings surround
a grand oourt at tho wostorn oxtromity of tho old Raoo Oourso. This will bo in
shapo somothiog liko an elongated horsoshoo, with tho Cotton Palaoe. or main
Exposition building, oooupying tho too of tho shoo, with tho Commoroo Palaoo and
tho Agrioultural Palaoo oooupying rospcotivoly tho two sides of tho shoo. Theso
buildings, with thoir oonnooting oolonnados, will extend for a distano) of about ono
milo. Within tho horse shoo thoro will bo a Sunkon Gardon oovoring several aoros,
with a lako io tho oontor. A wido osplanado of Alamoda about 60 foot in width
will surround this garden.
THE PALAOE OF AQltlCULTUllE.
At tho northern ond of tho garden thoro wiU bo a grand Plaza from which a
Bploiidid view will bo obtained of tho main Exposition buildings. Tho viet as
bponing out.from this point through groves of palmotto trocs whioh will lino tho
- outor edgos of tho walks around tho Gardon will oxtond for a diolanoo of 2,000 foot.
Just north of tho grand Plaza will stand tho Auditorium building, direotly opposito
tho Cotton Palaoo, from whioh a viow may bo obtained of tho ontiro Oourt of Palaoos,
with tho Sunken Gardon, and its trees and flowers and tho sloping banks whioh
urround it. ' Each of tho Exposition buildings will bo 400 foot in lon g th, with an
avorago width of 100 foot, and, as already stated, will bo oonnootod by oolonnados,
tho oonstrubtion hoing suoh that tho oolonnados can bo bo used for exhibits.
; THE PALAOE OP COMMERCE
THEY WERE PLEA8ED
With Our Charitable and Correctional
Hov. and Mrs. A. S. Orno, who aro
travoling through tho country, inspoot
ing ohnritablo and corrections 1 institu
tions, in tho intorosts of indigont and
ill-troatod children, have proscoutod
thoir "mission of moroy" fathfullydur
lng thoir stay in Columbia. Upon hoing
asked by a Roportor of Tho Stato how
tho institutions in Columbia oom formed
with others visited, ho expressed him
self omphntioally: "They all rankvory
high, and I havo fowor suggestions to
mako than in most oitios and counties.
Of oourso," oontinuod Mr. Gmo, wax
ing warm ovor tho subjcot so doar to
his heart, "your most promising institu
tions aro tho Epworth orphanage and
Industrial Homo school.
"Yes, I doboliovo prevention is moro
Christian and muoh ohoapor than poor
houses or prisons. I havo boen a stu
dent of sociology for 25 yoars, and I
?nd that horodity and onvironmonts
breed criminals-poor housos and pr?s
ons confirm them. Tho offspring of ono
abandonod girl, traced through six
gonorations, numborod 600, and all
wore oithor orooks or oriminals, insano
"A young roan married a paupor wife
in 1840. In 1880 thirty of thoir offspring
had boon continual oounty ohargos,
and whon out of poor houso or prison
livod by bogging and stealing.
"A fa thor, mol her and fi vo ohildron
spent tho wintor of 1886 in tho poor
houso. All aro now sorving sentences
in ponai institutions.
" "Prom 95 to 99 por ?ont. of our crimi
nals (and thoy havo increased 75 por
?oht, during tho past ton yoars, our
population inoroasingonly 21 per coot.)
como from this class of ohildron.
"Ono hundred thousand obi'dren
havo fathers in prison: 2,000 persons
killed by mobs; 20 having bcon burnod
during tho last ton years Fourtcon
thousand murdorod in 1899, against
1,000 in 1887, and 6 000 suioidos. A
majority of both elassos oamo from no
glee ted ohildron Lincoln and Garfield's
assassins, and nino tenths of 1,000,000
tramps are of this olass also.
"Not 5 per oont. of tho 1,600 poor
housos and 1,800 jails havo regular re
ligious sorvtoos, moro than half nono
at all. In placos oursod with drink and
contagious diseases wo havo found
500,000 homoloss ohildron <30;000 ab
andoned last yoar ) Born by no volition
of thoir own will, no oontrol whatovor
ovor tho first ten years of thoir exist
ence in this wiokod world, no ohoico
whother they shall bo trained as Chris
tians or taught as criminals, boa'on
and bangod about in au atmosphoro
of drunkenness and dishonosty, oren
tures of oiroumstanooi.- -how can thoir
oourso bo othor than oriminal?
"His beoauso of thoBO things that
God has sent ut out to spoak in tima
dor tones to tho pooplo that tho por
potutity of our civil and Christian in
stitutions plead for provontion.
"Ohildron who oro born and brought
up in tho slums aro solf-raisod, and
hoing solf-raisod, tnoy toridto ovil. Wo
want sottlomonts in tho by ways, and
by that 1 moan wo want to go down
into tho slums and toaoh those of tho
tonomont houso oloanlinces and gouli
noss. Wo want to toaoh tho ohildron
to uso'thoir hands as wells ns thoir
hoads. Wo want to plaoo thom ina
position to bo ablo to holp themselves.
Wo want to givo thom an opportunity
to bond thoir. inclinations to their
wishes, and make of thom usoful oiti
zons and industrious artisans. Thoroin
Hos all hopo for tho reformation of tho
stroot Arab and alloy waif."
THE ADMINISTRATION BUILDING.
Tho main Exposition building will bo tho Cotton Palaoo, tho Oommor'oo Palaoo,
tho Agriou'tural Palaoo, tho Mining and Forestry Building, tho Auditorium;, tho
Administration Building, tho Maohioory aud Transportation Building, and otb or
BtruoturoB dovotod to railroi * oxhibits, to rostau'aut purposos and ?o publlo^oom
fort. BoBides all these tboro will stand on tho Waconor plaoo tho Woman's Build
ing, tho stvural Stato and City Buildings and tho Nogro Dopartmont. ..;
Tho Cotton Palaoo wUI bo tho m "ist iuipos'ng of tho Exposition buildings, lt
will oovcr upwards of 150,000 feet of. floor spaoo, will bo 650 foot io -sjb?gth
and at loaat 100 foot * . -vidth. Ono of tho foaturos of this building will to a
maguiii ont portia. In thooontro of tho building will riso an irapo?ing domo
of n hoight of moro than 150 fcot. In this building will bo displayed tnpttpro
THE MINERALS AND FORE3TY BUILDING,
duots of tho Ootton Mills of tho oountry, and, as South Carolina is tho loading Woot
ton manufaoturing Stato of tho 8outh and tho seo ind ootton manufaoturing Sta^o of
tho Union, it is txpootod that tho display in this building will bo tho moat o>m
plcto and attraotivo that baa ovor boon marlo. s'
Tho palaoos of Agriculture and Oommoroo will oaoh contain about 40,000 square
feet of flow aroa, in addition to thoir oonneoting aroados wbioh will oontain ir^, all
about 20,000 rquaro foot. Eaoh of theso buildings will hato a oentaal domo ?nd
smaller turrontB at tin oornors, omphasieg tho oatraooos to thoso as welt as. tho oin -
tor podimonts. Tho interior of thoso building has boon particularly do-dgn'od for
both oiFo?tivo arlist'o troatmontand practical utility. Tho windows ia all of tjhoao
will bo oarriod at loast oight fcotabovo tho floor, tho roof trussos being constructed
upon tho oantilovor principio, thus avoiding tho usual massing of unsightly woodoo
framo work nod emphasizing tho graooful linos of arohoi and oirolos, starting from
tho prinoipal don:os and otrricd through tho wings and approaohos.
THE M ACHE MER Y BUILDING.
Tho Administration Building is of most attraotivo doslgnand will bo oooupiod
by tho oflioors and staff of tho Exposition. Tho Arohitoot has dopartod widoly
from tho UBual stylo in designing thisstruoturo. Tho prinoipal Exposition entra??os
and oxists havo boon oombinod with it. Tho oontral domo of this building will bo
about sovonty fivo feet in hoight and oaoh wing will be flanked by othor towt ri of
lessor hoight but.equally aftistio design. In harmony with tho 8panish Ronaissanoo
typo whioh will pro vail throughout tho Exposition arohitooturo tho building will bo
oovcrod with a wido overhanging roof of oorrugatod Spanish tilos. I At tho oontro
a wido baloony or poroh will projoot boldly into tho grounds. Insido tho central
domo, whioh will bo throo stories in hoight, a richly doooratod oolonnado will sup
port tho overhanging gallory.
Tho Minorai and Foroatry Building will contain botwoon twenty and thirty
thousand foot of floor spooo. This building will stand dircotly opposite tho ad
ministration Building. It will bo oiroular in form, with flanking towora. Tho
intorior will bo opon from tho ground to tho rafters and tho exterior offoots of
strength and solidity will bo gainod by hugo masaos of walls, tho onriobmont of
this struoturo hoing eoourcd by opooial ornamentation of its prinoipal and sido
ontranoos, Tho windows of this building will bo high abovo tho floor lino and tho
whole offoofc ol light and shado will bo gainod by overhanging wido comi?os; tho
Spanish Ronaissanoo and the Spat ish Mission typo of arohitooturo, as oxompiifiod
in Southern California and in Texas, hoing oombined in a most offeotivo way,
All of tho main Exposition Building will bo oonnootod in tho largo oirolo sur
rounding Court of Palaoos. .
Mr. Orno and his wifo travel, and
havo travolod all ovor tho oountry, for
25 yonra, working as thoy aro working
in this oity. While ho docs a groat
omount of work in all mannor of prison
reforms, ho and his good wife dovoto
most of thoir timo to offorts to inaugu
'ato movements looking to tho institu
tion of "juvonilo oourts," and tho on'
iro eoparation of juvonilo prisoners
rom tho moro m ?turo offondor. Tho
uvonilo courts aro oonrts whoro
tothing but children aro tried, anrMn
itoad of boing oonfiincd in prisons with
ho older offendors aro confined in sop
.rato establishments, triod soparat?ly'
md punished soparatoly, novor coming
n cont not with tho oidor offondors, and
hus onhanoing tho possibility of io
brming thom and havoing thom brought
ip in tho light path.
Suicido in jail.
William L. Mott, who was awaiting
rial for tho murder two womou last
)otobor at Columbia, PA., committed
uioldo Wodnosday evoning in bia coll
n thooounty jail. Tho mur?oror un
astonod an iron bar from his oot and
nsortod it in an oponing in tho wal).
I'o thia ho fastonod a ropo and strang!*
>d himself to doath. Mott waa 20 yoara
Id, and lila homo waa in Norfolk, Va.,
/boro his wifo and four ohildron res'd ).
loverai lottery, written on stray bits
f papor, woro found in Mott's pookota.
)n ono sorap, dated Fob. 23, ho had
'ritton: "Died of strangulation, Wm.
I. Mott," In a lotter writou on Feb.
7 ho rcquostod that his romains bo
mt to Raloigh, N. C. Ho directed How
ito body should bo dfoseod,.?<.\>J$Q
Dinmittod tho murder, be wroto, when
is roa'son was doatroyed by drink, and
o was drivon to it, bo olaimod, by tho
?torforonoo of a Columbia woman,
bombo named,-in bin domestic'af*
dr?. Ono lot tor oontained a pathetic
,)p0Rl for thc wolf aro of bin little ohil
I3ays to lie a Judge.
Julgo Gatos of Kansas Oitv tolls thia
story: "My family being abaont from
tho oity, I was taking my moals at a
restaurant whoro Nogro boya aro em
ployed aa waitera. In ono oornor of tho
room ia a dumb waitor, whero orders
aro oalled out to tho o wk in tho kitoh
on abovo. Tho finit morning my ordor
inoludod, among other things two oggs,
friod medium. Tho waitor, following
his custom, wont to tho opon shaft and
thou called out my ordor, onding 'for
Mr. Gates.' Ho tbon turned to attond .
to como other duty, but had not taken '
moro than throo stops whon a poouliar
look aproad ovor bis faoo. Tho next
moment bo had fairly jumpod to tho
oponing and oried out: "Say, thar,
William! Look boah I That order ain't
foah Miatah Gatoat It aro foah Jedgo
Gatos I An', say, thar I Mateo thom
aiga fresh algol' After whioh ho drow
a breath of satisfaction sooond only to
my own. So, you soo, it really pays
sometimos to bo a judge,"
Wo offer Oco Hundred Dollars Ho
ward for any oaso of Catarrh that can
not bo cured by Hall's Catarrh Ouro.
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Props.,
Wo, tho undoraignod. havo known F.
J. Ohonoy for tho last 15'yoars, and
boliovo him porfootly honorable tn ail
busin con transactions; and financially
able to oarry out any obligation made
by thoir fl>m.
WKST, & TRUAX, Wholeaalo Drug
gist, Toledo, 0. WALDINO. KINNAN
& ' MARVIN, Wholosalo Druggists,
Tolodo. O. ,
I. Hairs Catarrh Cur?la *akon intornaL
ly, acting dircotly upon tho blood and
rouodils surfaoos of tho syatom. Prico,
7?3. nor bottlo. Sold by all druggiatd.
Testimoni?is f roo.
Hall's Family Pills aro tho boat.
?hic? Importent Measures That Were
Passed At tho Recent Session.
The followiu? aots paaeod at the late
Boseion ld bf gem ral iritorestt
Soo. 1. Bo it (i?aoted by tho gonoral
assembly of the Stato of South Caro
lina: That on and aftor tho approval
Of this aot, it shall bo unlawful for any
porcon tc aeuume thc duties of any
publio oft'ioo until ho has takon tho oath
Erovidod by tho constitution, and had
cen regularly oominissionod by tho
govornor. Tho lorin ''pubjio office".in
this act shall bo count rued to wean.all
offiooro of tho 8tato that havo horeto
foro been comwisBioned, and trustees
of tho various colleges of the Stato,
members of tho various Stato boards,
dispensary oorstables, aod other per
eons whoso dutios arodtfioed by law.
Soe. 2. That DO fees shall bo charged
or collected by tbo secretary of stato
for qualifying and commissioning such
o?lioors, exoopt for tho < lb ceo of notary
publio and commissioner of doods,' who
shall pay a fco of tinco dollars and
twenty-fivo cents, which shall bo trans
witted by tho eoorctary of Stato to tho
Stato treasury, as other foos ooll.coled
Seo 3. Tbo eoorctary of Stato is boro
by directed and required to retort to
tho general astouibly at eaoh regular
sossion tbo names of all offioora oom
missioned by him during tho fiscal y jar,
with tho dates of their appointment
or election and tho dates of their com
missions, and of such other effijors as
ho shall doom proper.
Tho aot rolatiog tobonds of publio
rffiocrs was apj.ro vod by tbo go veiner
February 8th. lt roads:
Sob. 1. Bo it onaoted by tho goneral
assembly of South Carolina: That
bonds ot' ceunty offioofs, shall bo ro
corded in tho o Ai co of tho olerk of
court of rogistor of monro oonvojanoo
of tho county of whioh tho aforesaid
offiiors aro r>.bidcutp, an 1 shall imme
diately thereupon bo tiaosuoted to
thofcoorotary of Stato, who i-hall file
them in tho eflioo of tbo Stato trias
S.o 2. Tho bonds of Sta?o, dis .riot
oroirouit officers shall bo filed uhh tho
socio tory of Sta'.o, andshall bo roo mb d
by him, without oharge, in suitablo
booka kept by bira for tho purpose; ai d
when soreoordod (hall bo tiled as afore
said with tho Stato treasurer: Pro
vided, Tl at tho bonds of tho Sta* o.treas
urer shall be fited with tho governor.
Soo. 3. Tho bonds of county diapon
SOTS shall'bo recorded as other country
cflioors bonds, and whon to reoordod
shall bo filed with tho Stato board of
dirootora of tho dispensary l y tho boo
rotary of Stato.
Seo. 4. A oopy of a bond, duly oorti
fiod by any offioor with whom bonds
aro required to bo filed or rooorded
herein, shall bo good and sutfioiont ovi
donoo in all suits instituted on nub
bonds in any of the oou'ts of this Stato
Boo. 5. That it tball bo unlaw/ul for
any person to assumo or attotupt to as
sumo tho dulios of any o iii co of which
a bond is required without having givon
tho bond required, aad nay person as
suming or attempting to atsuruo tho
duties of any effiooas aforesaid, shall
bo Kuilty of mibdomoanor, and shall bo
subject to a fino of five<bundred dollars
or imprisonment tor i ot loss than threo
months, in tho discretion of tho oeurt
Tho old law requited that a bond of
an amount equal to that of tho sheriff
bo givon by tho dopuiy sheriff--, or con
stables, appointed as police elli mrs in
unincorporated mill villages. Tim bond
W?^^'i*M^^^^^^Li f0r consta
DIOS ol' UOpUOOB W ' gu i 'i/oYi'Cr?TTWBMJf
Marshalls bill allows thom to bo bond
cd as tho constables appointed by
magistrates. Tho now aot, whlo^i waa
approved Fob.Sth, roads:
See,; ?; Bo it onaotod by thc goneral
assombly of South IVoliua: That. on
and aftor tho approval of this aot, an
aot entitled "Au aot to authorize tho
appointment of officers of tho prac
having jurisdiction within industrial
communities containing ono hundred
inhabitants or moro," approvod 21st
Fobruary, 1898, bo amondod by adding
thoroto two additional sections, as fol
Seo, 4 That tho person so appointed
polioe offioor, under tho provisions of
this aot, shall exouto tho bond requ'r
od by oonstablos by sootion 901 of tho
Rovissd Statutes of 1893, volumo 1,
and shall be subject to tho provisions
of Bcotion 912 of tho said Revised Scat
Seo. 5. That tho sheri ft' of the county
shall not bo responsible for tho malfca
satoo or misfcasanoo of tho polioo of
fier or, deputy so appointod by him
under tho requirements of this act.
IDAHO WILL SEND
Her Fine Exhibit After lt Has Beon
Used at Buffalo
Tho Columbia Stato says it is going
to rcquiro rauoh hard work from this
time on to mako tho Charleston exposi
tion tho suooebB that it should be, but
those at tho hoad of tho ontorprisc aro
in no wiso disoouragod by the aotion of
congress in refusing at tho yory last
moment to give tho much desired ap
propriation. Indood, tho loss of tho
appropriation has mado tho manage
ment all tho moro dotorminod to mako
tho exposition, tho best thing of tho
kind over hold; in tho south.
For Eomo timo tho directors has had
special commissioner* visiting tho va
rious StatOH endoavoiiog to got eaoh to
mako a suitable exhibit at and take an
intorost in tho exposition. They have
met with much encouragement, and re
port tho outlook good. Ono of tho
tatos that will take a lively interest in
tho exposition is Alabama. Encourag
ing nows was roooivod from afar Wed
nesday whon tho govornor reooived tho
Roi so, Idaho,
dov. M. B. MeSwccnoy, Columbia, 8.
D, . .
Appropriation mado by Idaho for
Pun-American exposition authorized
transfer of exhibits to Charleston.
F. W. Hunt. Govornor.
Tho following aoknowlodgcmont was
nt onoo wirod:
3ov. F. W. Hunt, Boino, Idaho.
On bohalf of tho pooplo of South
karolina I fiinooroly thank you and the
onoral adorably of .your Stato for your
oaiaion in agroolpg to trans/or tho
PAU-Amorioan exposition exhibit to
louth Carolina during the exposition at
M, B. MoSwconoy, Govornor.
Gov. MoSweonoy says ho proposos to
lo all in his power to enlist tho intor
ist of tho othor States of tho uni )h in
his undertaking. Ho bas alroady
vritton to. overy govornor and urgod
>aoh to havo tho matter prepcntod to tho
ogislature of his State. That this io
tearing fruit is soon from tho above.
AW along tho lino tho raanagomont
nil got to weik from this time on, abd
t is safe to say that the exposition will
Son noxb Oooombor, and bo one that
o South will not bo ashamed for visi
er? from afar to inspoot.
:|tl THE- B
Thc formula i
know just what yo
do not advertise th<
their medicine if ye
Iron arid Quinine pd
form. The Iron'
malaria out of thc !
Grove's IS thc OH
Chill Tonics arc im
that Grove's is su
arc not experiment
and excellence ha
only Chill Cure so
the United States.
A HOT TIME
In the British House of Commons!
Thoy had a warm timo in tho Brti
ieh Ilouso of Commons ono night last
wo?k. Aftor midu'ght Mr. Bilfour apj||
plied tho olosuro ^n tho education ou
timatcB. Tho Nationalists shouted
''Gag. gag," aud refused to leavo tho
house when tho division was taken.
Tho ohairmao thou rep r od tho matter
to tho si oak tv. The spcakor finally
asked if tho mombors still ref used to
oboy tho ordor. ard thoro woro orios cf
"yon, yes." Tho speaker thoo named
16 reca'oitran s and Mr. Balfour moved
thoir euspoDBton. This was ag ood to
Tho spf aker ordered thom to will,
uias", but thoy ref uaod amid grcab up
roar. Tho speaker called upon tho se-r
DnAri'-fit-Rrmn to rowovn there. Tboy !
shouted dofianoo. O?Wrd and polioo*
men then cn tort d to onforoo removal.
Mr Ku.nm Ci OMI, member for)
Southeast Cork, struggled desperately
against romoval and thoro was quito a j
freo fight on tho floor, lasting for fivo
minutes, other Irishmon assisting him.
Eventually ho w a i earrie d out bodily
by six polijoroon amid yollsand oheors.
Tho polioo thon returned and oarriod
out oaoh of tho lomtiioiog reoaloltrants
in tho samo manner. Six: lolioemen
buffiocd for caoh member, with tho ex
ooption of Mr Flavio, who is a big
man and ri quired, eight
Many, as thoy wero being oarriod out I
waved (hoir hands aud shoutod: "God
avo Iroland "
Tboe? who vi co romovol included
John Cullinan. Putriok Whito, Patriok
Mollugh, William Lui.don, William
Abraham,' Patrick * I)u*an An hooy
Donelao, James Gilhooly, Thomas Mo*
Qovorn and Jeremiah Jordan
Neither Mr. D.lion,'Mr. Bod mond nor
Mr. T. P. O'Connor was prosent. One
or two oonp?ablc8 wero badly haudhd
in tho lO??ll j. . Tho suspensions will
|JjiP.t.;f?y. ono weel?. Novor boforo had
bwoK a soon'o c'?cuir?d in ibo houB?' os
aeoompanied tho reproval of Mr. Cro?n,
tie Bliugglod fiorocly with tho at ord*
ants, who summoned tho polioo, a doz
00 coi: Ht abb H on toting tho houBO.
Tho Nationalists leered at thom. Tho
Iri*h shouted: ' Don't kill him,' and
.Don't k ll tho mau.'.' y
Tho Nationales fought and strug
gled frantioailr, but at length a supe
rior fo.oo of polioo tu moded in drag
ging Mr. Croan out by tho legs and
arms and carrying him down tho flocr
of tho houso, tho Irishmon standing
acd wildly "shouting ''shame," "mur
dororV aid "South Afrio&nbrutality."
Tho speaker thon callod upon Mr.
Mollugh to rotiro, but he defiantly ro
fusod. A strong body of 20 polioemon
again stormed tho Irish benohos. An
gry shouts root tho air. Tho tonohoi
below tho gaogway on tho oppo.-iti n
sido woro a mats of mad and . strug
gling humanity. Sovoral poliooinou
woro struok with fists. Froo fights bo
twoen tho pdioo and tho mombrrs wero
fairly gonoral. Amid ronowed howls
of exooration tho polioo grappled with
tho olhors and catriod thom cub ly
arms and logs over tho botches acd
out of tho house. Whilo Lr. Ddnolau
win hoing romoved tho Nationalists
roso and sang "God savo Iroland.'' Mr.
Flavin shou'ol against tho Unionist?,
who sat silent in their seats during tho
soono, ''You will bo oarriod out of South
Afrioa in tho sarao way."
Tho Nationalists joored Mr, Balfour !
and tho othor minister.) ai thoy left tho
Tho Uroublo aroso through Mr. Bal
four dosing tho whole oduoation cati
mates without giving an opportunity to
disouss tho Irith votes.
Ab 1 o'clook tho ?pruko; said: 4'Tho
houso will now resumo proceeding in
oommittco, and I trust that honorable
members will now loavo tho houso "
QTho Irish members shouted that thoy
would not leavo. Tho chairman agtin
put tho voto on aooount, adding, lt.ere
hoing no tollers or noos, that tho ayes
had it. Amid laughter aad ohoora .tho
Tho Cotton Crop.
A Bulletin issued by tho census
bureau on oott?n ginning shows that
tho orop of 1899 waa 9,645,974, cm
moroial halos., (bales as marketed)
whioh is equivalent to 9,315.391 bales
avorago woight of 500 pounds, .
Tho aggregate.of qommorojal bales is
divided into upland and Boa inland
orops as follows; Squaro bales, 9,043.
231, of an avorago woight of 498
pounds, with an avo* ago dost per halo
for ginr-iog and baling of 12 03, round
halos. 505,461, of an avorago woight
of 259 poutds, with an avorago cost
per bale for ginning ana haling of
$115; soa island bales,-97,279, of an
avorago woight of 988 pounds, with
an avorago cost por bale for ginning
and baling of $4 90,
Tho roprort classifies the 29,620 gin
ning and establishments reporting, as
follows: Thoso operatod for tho publiq,
6.468; thoso oporato?1 for tho planta
tion only, 2,863, thoflu oporatod for tho
publio and plantation, 20,289. Tho
quanityof ootton in oomradroial bal**1
ginnod of the orop of 1899, by BU?1'
Alabama, L103 690; Arkansas 719,
453; Florida, 56,821; Goowia, 1,296,*
844; Indian Territory, 160,324;Kanflai,
121; Kontuolty, 84; Louisiana, 708,508;
Mississippi, 1,264.018; Missodri, 19>
377; North Carolina, 473,155; QkJa
homa, 81,033; South Oarol?nr?, 876:545
Tonno?BOO, 215,175; Tonas, 2,67&?55;
Virginia, 9,289. '
s plainly printed on every
u arc taking when you take
:*ir formula knowing that y?.
>u knew what it contained,
it up iii correct proportions'a
acts as a tonic while thc
system. Any reliable druggis
ffinai and that all other
litations. An analysis of othc
iperiof to all others in ev
ing when you take GroV
ving long been establishe
ld throughout the entire i
No Cure. No Pay. Price
Two Views of McKinley.
William MoKinloy'a eoo?ud inaugu
ration into tho highest tffioo pf tho!
land was tho cooaBion for oortaiu moral
.nts to point a lesion to joUtur mon.
Tli cv r< oallod that af tor his tariff fight,1
McKinley was dofoalodfor reiko ion
tooongroBB in 1890, nod tb*t tho namo i
of his f-uooosjor- is unkr.own, whilo ho
is now probident. They deoiar? th*t*
dofoat only spurred him on to greater i
ambitions and stroneor < if ?rt? : t hat ho
r*n for governor if Ohio in 1891, ?ad
o'ooted, Boivod ono term, and thin
aspired to and obtained ibo prudential
nomirjation and clootion. All of which
is vory protty. Tho iconoolaBt, l.ov
ever, lolls another stoTy. lt MIOB altor
thia fashion: Whoo McKinley waa boat
on for congress, he wa? a baakrupv
with dobtB which he could rot bopo to
pay unaided, Cortain rtoh men ohippod
in m d put him on his feet financially.
Thoy detorminod to make him prcsi
dont and laid thoir plans well to that
end. From governor to presidential no
minen was ea*y whon there wore pur
chasable doli'gatcB in tbo convention
The history of tho 1896 oampaigu ia too
familiar to need repetition, for wo all
konwn tho peoular conditions that oon
tribu'ed to Republican BUOCCBR that I
year. In the prnsiecnt'a ohaic, MoKin
loy proceed lo nervo the men who had
plaocd.bim thoro, <h cf of wh,?m ia]
M,ark Hanna. 'Tho roader o\n tftko tis
oboioo of tho two btorioa, or ho oin
reconoilo (h'm. if it ia p?a?iblo-aud
wo think it- is.-Tho Sta o
They Ride Astride, j
Tho Savannah Nowa says tho sooioty
womon of Now York and olaowhoro who
are wintering at Aiken, S. U.-Mr?.
Thomas Hitohooek, Mrj John Jao;b
Autor, Mies. ?OUB?B and , othert?-luve
adopted au innovation in horseback
riding, it ia roportcd Tboy havo dia
oarded tho sido saddle,a?d uo -V talo
tho saddle in man ?nshl??,' Thoy weat
long ooats and long bootsi onlitu ih gor-.
tain olhor parta of co?tuoto as permit
th* m pi?-'-4\?^"5?-4v--'"?:r.t^cr. j?i*??O/?!,'?ff-.-.-^l
while oiv thoir hcraon. Tnf? abtrido
at>lo of riding is alleged to havo b coomie
almost a ftd among the -fashi?bhblo?.
They find it comer, s?ftr and m>ro on
Killed by Lightning,
A spooial from Welsh, Qa., says:
Throe persona wer o killi d hore Monday
night by,a lightning fi ?sh, which sot on
tire tho houfco whore tho victims ? wero 1
sleeping. Tho family of Posimaitcr I
Morgan had retired when Mr. Morgan
was aroused by tho fiamos. Ho bab toned
to au ak on his w fe and children and dis
covered that his wife, his uvolvo-yoar
old son and six yoar Old daughior wero]
dead. Thrco oilier children wero un- j
hurt. Tho bodies woro takon out just
boforotho buroing roof foll in.
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