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to take thing
They never c
the old rule r
wo'nen to 200
In 1S71 Dr
women who w
In the PriS(
Deoer-ey in i
the head of the
wear- the title.
an in 3%i6.
e and locail
TAers or vaI
e, who Tro;;
* . riump.I of hi-; e
:nd is beCst friy
* The orai t
. 'They seem t
sune. A& c'hid
if thereo is any3 n
Hie might ns
(a the cil'
,anes to .her a
p- -ere to noticti1
am] then bcecasa
cWatch his f;
tst::nds t o
A ftnit canl
wrIh enem::- iu
e to <Zo &i::
!n :n . 10.! :
* *t is snt)l:
Le se n wth
r: o''i thi
. Perkins,. Morgan's 1 . Bower.
fterested in AanCtien. a i' to see our hys
- ahead and emn' thie front. T -e s full of o
ties. All iith youn,--Ml wh-z brns an h111eaith
W e do is to takl:advanta of l~ tha-iaci. offevred. NorI
oPPortun.1j 'lmite to any )t line or cec'up.ation.
howeve .ound in Qgery direction. It 1iore and more true,
hat a 1,y must fit hmsel r so- ;m specialty.
Tperialo e must- find out as soon as \ C, what he is
. ted foi and pitch into it
young men in
country don't want to work ha i. They prefer
ensytay night and lie abed too long 11 the inorning.
in get ahead in
alus that there y. Times and conditions mIr' -bange, but
successz without everlastingly e-piDg at it.
en Five es
Bett Than Men
Proiessor Mantegazza. '
N bc:'rs fal7 witness 100 times to aro 's seventcen.
Ea' for forgery and countereLIt 'coii was convicted 100
:mrcs to z l7oman's eleven.
In Fra-ice women are summoned befor - tri>raals four
:irrs less often than men.
In Franca i:i 1880 wo.iu n delinquents e fourtoen t
In Italy in the same year t hey were only nine pr cent
In Algeria We have ninety-six male delinguente :'al onl f jr
1 and Wales betvete-n 18134 and 1h4:' ther' eayvtwo
::, c e:1 -ed with the uore .seious offenses.
Nicholson found in the prisons of England S218 metan an 12-17
from IS62 to IS6;. in a population consisting of ieasants, the
re (onidemned wITere in nronortion twenty-rLine to IG' men.
as of Tuna from I871 to 1,'81 the women in respect io ri , wer
a fgu'e of 12.67 per cent.
viho.e of Europe tvoUn are five time guytv tl:n rie-1.
Sn Mo& ern Politics
'A. CUrtis Guild, Jr.
lIE ".-' inuider" maode~ his appcarance coincidently with the
"duh." in ihe eal:-y eighties. At least the names arose at
abouti ;i::a :ime. Tii: two types of men have existed since the
rt s inder persuta ied his brother troglodytes to form the
t- 3 ovrnment and the first dude distinguislied himself
.xm 1 : lows by ::iin~ the-sea-mud from his hairy limbs
belarupilig do*"n th.e mo-llusks whcse high-heaped shells
vi-% ' th ::>hen ;i(ens of the archaeologist.
Ihe young I"~i 'ans who went forth converhed to
'e (i:L a nd, and l wh the zeal of ew coiverti hel
sp;i d as thy voe c ehaniets of rhetorical flowers about
Deo-r:C ('antdi . v:er: the frst sydit:s nt
Ir wa- *.;iftly. adoptedt. howeIVver, iniscrimnia yfr :11
'an .:eteir ser. a : their m-use. Evenm to.!:yi :::y:s
kersare :hsontel ;:mmi. Of course, one ihears s.ories o
n?o eno .%00 a n:::i piaid to a notel Inldependent -. ao
son. In~ addition. howev. r. to CTongressinicn andSntosad
Oiti' -olders wholi Zive their services, there are''
.t re-a 'iii -,ni~a ..- -:.tai m:- a poit ical speechm ::s 81 n in
* , , Jitiiiinier notn get whiat cor::fort he canf fromf thea
se .: te -orld wii ll o(redit him~ with diinlItre-:8ne.
E an a:-!ef gneraion0 h.as had his d: v. The mfoder'n5spel
man.' f .mnes-. ::: ahdie. the Salvation Army evang .elI:'
' mor; with recvhs to::n: co~nventional methtds,. wini' maer
17 na pa .yi.-ay audrsitnd their children the greater
::;oracwe: of self-t'ontrol and the ability to mould thi~Lr
If: a mother hais tv1sdomt enough, patience enough. and love
enough six. caiinperform miracles.
ihe eau keep down inl her child tendencies that have the
ste of' lions and crecurage germs of virtue alneet tcoo
reheto coeOf( to theI ligh:.
lt is :m remuaun ilmit among p-arents iCo dwell too mnuch upon1
: chidreni and too litt!" upon their virtues.
he wholly forgerful of their own sensitiveness to public cen
:: encnstandy fotund fault with loses courage and wonders
.3 in Irying to be good, then soon returns to utter indifference.
well have a good ti:::e i his own way since heo is considered
hand. let a mother try to remember the good things he has
ng the day, even though it may be only one, and when be
'ghtt for ai little talk or his prayers, tell him how pleased( you
em. how ilappy they have made you, and you can feel sure that
enemer to go on doing what is right, first beeciuse it is rigt
it pl-eses you and :.ahs you very proud of him.1
ccre -ow with pae::re at .vcur praise and his eyes refleet the
try hatxder than evar to win y-our approbaitionl.
cild's v:!eole natu-e chanige and develop for the better iuder
-'arrn ~ta-. if you tiweil upon the faults of children you wvill
r. ll the Ow'pr u""" th:-' e'C1sciousness5, making it 1:arder for.
1 put out. of " he'- e"e and more successfiil not by~
at b attague.: e pt it out indirectly by filling the min d
ene-:age:.aa~afarasreformin g;es. -Leok itnly for ne
-or u ' ital::iei 1otht they may hiave an jicInhve r
- *- . A di 'aily wounded with a sense of its fail
3 o :Da I t~ yr:. *o inpie an.d cheer them.
........appy~ fr"'me of mnind. Even :uh
of a b u tica Parns would do well m p0.
was ': :: h is one of the most benetiehli and
.:7.e or :1107 n. s no :!iicien; ly induliged in.
. y 0- o n hdrzn in t-uniday-.school to n:1acg
mer . :-' :tri~' erS lt the llit e ones arce almost sure t
'hy Ls th tt '1s the lumtb.
tyes old he o ta~cme if in the family there was a jr.:e
:e-ywhere. '-nd 'lmos -all mothers can play enough to managet
lodies. A "geod-night song'' before separatiug would be faaa~d
some of the cares and v'exations of the day, and the children j
eady to ::o peacefully to bed, their minds having been calmed
.-wti By th.. meic-New York .Tournal.
OTV GGF N T rE M P
:a:ctionin th- ir
bci -:nfd n the retuirn aig
nM and tiae case crui m -'
at length by the couneil on b ; :.
It was gratifying to the counsel wh I
had upheld the constitutionality
the act creating the new county nO
tiie regularity of all the proccedi.g.; Star
incident thereto. when upon the open- \N
ing of the court yesterday mornirg A
the acting chief justice announced a Zu=
decision in favor of the new county Tim
and the following opinion was rea'd cour
from the bench by Associate Just-cz "I
The State of South Carolina in the pth
Supreme Court. November term. corn
William W. Fraier and others, pc this
titioners, vs. W. A. James and others rice,
as commissioners of Lee county, re-- peas
spondents. Opinion by Jones, A. J. barl
I By this proceeding in the original .0 ?
ji:1diction of this court petitionvrs .
sct to enjoin the respondents as stue.
conmissioners of Lee countys. fron strs
peforming any duty impose' upon I
then !y the act of the gena a I
*rtil to establish Lee couty alr
roalI 25th February. 1902. Stat. 1154
upoi the grounds set forth in ,e- e
,I i herewith reported, which as..rj a
sal3the constitutionality ov said act iifir
"fe- the reasons that the aid Ece duri
co::nv did not certainly rdc 'vc the
favoinble vote of two-ohird of the
electors in each section o'
said propc.ed new count . did no, r
ccrtznly have the necessary popuia- I
ti u ind a:essed value of property. tc a
nor eave the necessary population to r
and azessed value of property in tin, with
thrce pld counties from which it was and
carved has not the boundaries in the thinl
act t..t -ere designated in the P(- ON,
e andt should have been . con- be ii
tr!4by -bthe election: and ha-s -cute
c co n ty of Sumter within eigtea
.11s s its court house building.
Re(od nts. make return denyr" 2 u
t maerial alegations of the pe
n.r, a p::titkners gzve notice o
" =Gotio1 for a r-erenc to take tis
I yony non the issues tf fact raisea.
1;-:n th call of the. case. howver.
- odets mad- a otici to ai
:te petitinhe n inl C,
thoreto, u n the' : Ycra
g 'and: it I1r-h in their demu
, 0 - :., alo - a o
. cerfa'iliv (con-i dcering the r.- ueas
tr the c tU-t i of c ion tCy
Iet -io (" ull is -im n - ,
1)C orn oflli r '1 .
-1 1 - r o 4 io
-. - r - -
) - 'i . 0 Le oth ro
00 i' .' d *'ant- ut o Leit.t mm~
saidl recw couy'. of Le --as as r'' tion:
and as de -y by the com)missioes. ..
0o.: elction , --a-cai' to tnlc-a
t icr of aid ud- e"Pnty. n that, aS')rg
- epor-ted and dclare. d it failed to i dIay
tain rwo-third- of thc q;alified elet:-n1
fo s in the Darl'ngton section in al
fayor of th-e new county. 141 tis ea
ease it is al'eeged "that -the nma- Som
- ers and couinty electiorn conmis
sionlers declared as a resUlt of saiu
cien ion Ka' two-thirds of t'ge bali"
ties cf Kersha. Darlingten and Sum- "7
to- bad vote:- 'Yes' ci thy crocgion of "d t<
the een"ty andc in fav or of 'Lee ~as its r-ert;
na~na o::d '-s "p-;ille' as i:s county teet'
. --That the resuit of saida last te
. ~ctire ..lectano was certified 'in 10
gl fo~ by the : eamuissioners of elee-ra
F .' frsaid th-" old counties to the teet
r~-mry of state and by him was:C
mtted to the genemil assembly at t
.* assion. All which proceedliny
w-ee coformnabie to jaw.-' In theca
Secarrs vs. Parrott the former a"t
creating Lee 'county was declar-ed un
constitutional because it appeared by
the Nsuit of the election as certified by.
the commxissioners of election to the /
eneral assembly t'hat two-thirds of p
thoseo voting i-a the Dariington section
were not in f'avor of the proposed new
county the majority of the court hold
ing the view that the result Of the
eleiction as~ declarcd and certified by
4he commissioners of election to th-1
I --e-al assemably, in the absence of
ny judicial action setting It aside.
was- final and conclusive as to suce
sulk and could not be disregarded by B
'he legisatu'-. The constitution re
- cired an eleetion of the proposed new
c~'' v leaving it to the legislature H
it r"vide the mode of ascertain- wit!
(n- ln ecia:ing the result. wihich 01
wa.crby the act of March 9, 1898, can
21: tat.61.mtn :t the duty of H
the omms~oor. o c lection t'. God
anvaa-s the retur"-s of the m
mnages f ieton and cer
tify he reult-t the secretevbi
c. .tate to be b him tran:;mitted :n
u~a~aed so e~ltto the generala
seby Te cli "' t!:. &chcdioi ,, f
in i.en iitr: " em purruant. . . . . j
constitutin' t'n et c telr
InT~ reee '- alle;a '
I: o) th r t0 'io il a 5 - te
pcI sc ont.w may sa tmnt o:
injncton for the reason among others erC
tha th wo..s -'eac seotion" in Art. His
- - - - - -
Care of the Street, and Mnarl.
N an nadress before the Ai enn
society for municipal lmprae
ment. delivered at the rinth anial.
session. hold In Rochester, N. Y.,
oi October 9, Nelson P. Lewis, Chair
ran of the Committee on Street Pay
in. made the following remarks con
ceming pavements in the smaller cities
and suburban disiricts:
"hi the forty-six papers on street
paving read before the society little nt
tention ias been given to the improve
ments which are of most interest to the
small'r cities and suburban districts,
where permanent and costly pave'
reents are ou of, the question, while
the subject ordnterurban roads has not
*een touched 'upon.
"Whenever suburban districts are
4ded to ou'r cities there is immediate
presented the problem not only of
intainig sugh improved streets or
r Ids as the new territory may pos
but the extension of those im.
P*ements on a scale suitable to the
n s and requirements of the comma
" is time, therefore, that the sub
Jec.if roads. as distinguished fro:ni
cit treets-a subject which has thus
far ten neglected in our meetings
shot receive the consideration whiel:
its Aving importance merits. Ti
build- of a system of roads to con
nect rent cities and towns. if left
to t, initiative of the towns tlhema
selves-ould be almost impossible o
consutnation. The State alone is ca
pable I planning and executing suel
an imipvement. The first Stafe t(
take uthis question on an extensivt
scale w New Jersey. which has noN
a splendt system of highways connect
ing neary every city and village with
in its boders. Massachusetts has foI
Some yeas, been creating an excellen
rstcm 01 modern roads. Dnring th<
last few itars New Yo-k has devotet
much atteition to the subject of rondl:s
and many -ni!es of tine highw::y havs
been built and are under construction
Mfiehigran aho is intensely intereste(
in the questiun of well-huilt hi::hwayr
"It will be secn that the propagnadn
which may be firly sai(l to have
started by th:, bcv'lists a fcw year
n*.o, hns been st dly gaining e'm
The 'ntomoie s no'w an imrt::
0l.y of the good TondJ advocate. Hi2i
sPeed ernlks are. however. the wors
of mndem ron 17e 7'rt on!7 " in
t':es.:t to ",e smali i t 'el g-- d ro'd
T. whll- b u-- renairs as ar m ::d
&:c.lout in a ntunn tetrl'.;et aL'd e::
is ::tnItrgeae:. Te ~ -o It
'C! inertN 2 o en'1 e of e)( ..
rh~uthe err a ites. ibt it ;s
state rontiy e adc the Unerr~e y.
athe Sltat' 5(chool' for develon.:e2
to a tunV5ivsityan to give us a1 it<
:steni of roads. It is entirely ele.
lnat the came mneenn cahe u:wed fm
oth purltose:: -- the universi 'ne
mUy be assu-red of a rev:ao lin timi
2 Ceed to begia its growitih I medin1
. a: the smu o s inreat ; In lie re.:vi
~votsbl be the best invi mout cd;a
ion::l inte:-'ss could desire. The
-2ntices patytinZ thl. revenue to t hi
meriywould maak" money. intste('a
f taxing property. 1e nuse the rind
roull be' worthi far more thaen it wvorib
ot inl the permnent inerease of valua
iven to the landls along its rouite am.
he encouira~'emlw:t afforded to invest.
nent. while the returns made by ti<
miiversity would also payv dividends it
he brains that are worth dolla.rs it
o one. or even sixteen to one.
As yet the discussion has cniined
tself to the fundamental propositioni
ut we hone the membiers-elect of the
~ext Legislature will be ready to deal
ractically with the responsibility of
aving ai sum so laf~ge in ready money,
Every day this is idle a loss is inflicted
n the people of the State and on great
ublic interests. Practicnlly, the Statr
as no debt to pay, beetnuse she is het
wn creditor. aml to wipe .ut the
onds would only give another sun
or investment. Clearly th'a money
hould be invested In that great publi
moroemernt which can hes5t promnis
afety and volume of returns. To drain
he rich swamp lernds of the State is.
nr enterprice of me-it rents.:ly cer
nin to make probable thmt private
ltetns and enterprise could letter deni
ith the cn.gtneering and other pron
eas invoalved? Is it not better that
he State confino itsdf to striefly pub.
ic Utlies and lo::ve the rest to ind:
-iduls (or corporations? - Florida
rente l'o::ue, Cor.a1 5otter.
\~.li."wrte the kn-oh:r oni a re-ct:
ei forth that .Tlai n hi tz,
Eid of h'eing drafwi- ns a recruir.
ont to bted with his trousers On and(
wnty. bees in the uc'ckets of same
iduring the night prec( ing the day
f inspecin. .Tohan n fondly hoped
a h-' jutded "ntnfit if his leg was
wotelen and stiff, owing to the imptris
ned bees' oeadly wor-k. Tile bees did
ot disappoint .Toham:-his leg was in
he desired condition. but the doctors
aw the trick and aecepted him. de
pite and because of it. - St. Louis
V Deafess Cannt efirA
>yien apticaions asthcy cannot reach the
lisen~ced nortion of the car. There is only one
a t o --re deafness, and that is by consti
Iuin-a' -.'naedies. Dec.!ness is c aused by an
inaamrt tonilition of the mucous iing of
th- Eusrachian Tube. When this tube is in
lamed von have a rambing sound orimper
rt he-rinr. and when it is entirely closed
afuess is the resuit. and unless the inflam
;flationi eau be takeu out and this tube re
st.-mrto its normal condition. hearing will
t,; stroyed forever. Nine cases out of ten
c erused by eatarrb,which isnotbing out an
inamed -:ondition of the mucous surface.
We wll give One Hundred Dollars for any
czuse of Deafness (eaused by catarrh) that
cannot be cured by Hall's CatarrI Cure. Cir
ulars sent free. F..T.Cnzsr~& Co.,Toledo,O.
Sold' by Druggist's, 75c.
Hall's F amily Pills are the best.
Ta:ag the United States as :o whole the
census shows t hat 'one person in every
forty :as a telephone.
A 50-Cent Calendatr For Slx Cents.
If you want one of the handsomest cal
endars you ever saw, send 6 cents postage
to the i3ton Rubber Shoe (o Calendar
Dept.. 9 Marrav St.. New Yor. It is lox
20 inehes. p:nted in 12 colors, and a per
feet beauty. There are Jpts oi calendars
so'd for 50 cetss nowhern'near as pretty.
It is difii u:t sometine to draw the line
between vor tentment and egotism.
FIT n n -. :v , caral.No Ats or nerol'
nessafter fls; d ty's use of D.. Mine's Grn3*:
Nerre :.estorer.itrial b )tte and treatisefree
Dr. U. :.&Lr, Ltd..J Areh8t.. Phila., Pa.
The -nuical composer in not the only
fe.-' hoie notes go to protest
teething,softenthe gams, redaoesiamuns
tion,acayspain,cares wind colie. 25c. abattae
Am sure Piso's Cure for Consamption saved
;y ii;e three years ago.-Mas. TuoxAs Ioz
J;s. MIaple St.. Norwich, N. Y.. Fob. 17A900.
" I ha, - kept Ayer's Cherry Pee
toral in my house for a greasmany
years. It is the best medicine in.
the world for coughs and colds."
J. C. Williams, Attica, N. Y.
All serious lung
troubles begin with a
tickling in the- throat.
You can stop this at first
in a single night with
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral.
Use it also for bronchitis,
consurnption, hard colds,
and for coughs of all kincis.
Thre s!:: 25c., 50c., $M. Ali drnL
Cu.isi% ,our dclor. If be r=st3k= It
1g, U 44 1 !0 says. It le telis ou
L e a ve!,k it .w t h n A --N L t , e i t ( a
THE BEST SHOE
- . FOR
IF YOUR DIA1.ER 00Es
NIoT CARRY THIEM,
A PosTA.CARO To US
WIL.L TE1.1YOU WHERE
.YOU CAN'GET ThEM. '
OF THE SOUTH.
F GRADUATE5.0R~ MON4EY RER'wrj'WEAYr~fAff
Cures COLDS, LA..
GRIPPE, e~nd all~
H EA D A CH ES, Etc.
Sold at eai Drugstores
Genuine stamped cCC. Never sold in banh.
Beware of the dealer who tries to seil
"seonethinsg inst as good."
e o. 32.
3 3Q 'Y ouV2g Men
u one toqu.iy f- ecd i ostions whIch we
- n camnin wing und--r a $5,000
. -poit to p: cmptir pr ocurthm '
The Ga.-Ala. Bus. College,
Jutie M. WV. Gibbs. who was recently
Savis Bank, of Little Rock, is one of
h bc~it business mren of the race. He
is a ran of some tueanrs and wide ex
perince. iHe enjoys the confidence of.
all who are interested in the project as
-~ elas the entire public.-Vanguard.
Prof. Hugh M. Brown has received
r call f rm Prof. Roscoe Conklin Bruce,
head of Academic .Department of Tus
kcgec, to dellver a course of his lee
tires before the Summer School, which
is to be conducted there next suin
Wien r ene-third! of the? '
:r- 7:ithin the area Of
t ff t' new' countya"
no etc." do' 0'
o sne! 'hI n C o, f a .oty a
3u:O. sel:ccIjdistriot and ie lice
neafns that portion of th.'ritory
1eid conuty Nvwhkh it isproposed
r"brace vithin the ni% county
wit. regard to toT.nshir or School
s oriered that the nJV county be
Mized an1 the restraling order be
APS THRIV .BARLEY.
le For Harw,/rkifng Peasants
ho Retain Th-irriair and Teeth.
Washington dipatch qaotes M.
uto, editor d the *.Tapanese
Ps. Tokio, vho.is now visiting this
try. as sawinl:
arley Is te staple food for fully
r cent. ofthi population of Japan
at is, the peLsantry; second in im
ince ale vegetables, and :isli
'here a general ijprcs4sion in
country ihat the Japanp.:e live on
but that is not the case. The
a mt or mall farmer raises rice.
y and'wheat, but ser-s the rice
r!ey h far more nut ritimt1r than
and the country pe.)p- are a
ly, ng-lied clas. ao-oon. whom
mns ninety years of ase are fre
tly found. while e;r'venty zand
y years are rsual. iost of the
s who have been doing e ich ex
t service ir'China and Manehui
re from tflhis class, and it v~ould be
lt to flnd a more L.ard1y and cn
the merchant ani !f."-i daSS
he nobility the 't iiffers in the
jitation of rice for barley, the use
re 'ish -t I th. ad.d:tion f ;meat
rtain 'xtent. The peasant eatS
:eat. because they regard cattle
great affection as ti-ir friends
helpers. The- v oal no mere
of eatin! the flee of a cow or
ithout which 4i t a -inq: '' ould
msbe.than ot; pepewouM
1 pet animal. '.his3li ne; ma;
ec result, in 1 'f their
bitcreligi.on. Wm ecig
-nd ic t .-t that ;n
the nl.b- < 7 Lt' 1 ile wasi
1 hed. This u:.r:v wRas udSe
d- r of t' , -, : "nrntiat'or of
- t., o belm.: to the
ea work i t'De field from
o to t 7old only
tw' -whi . of :comae o. Wmt that
. . 'o es:them. aind the few
of'hct -ae-=hc:a them.
are' no as ru'g as the country
IC. pr.rtly. because' of city condi
, ard piartly b'ecause they eat
rce thanhal .
'he v:ork of the ' wory hands is
ael by the gove rnment. Their
is fromn eight to ten hours, includ
ime for meals. They eat 'ggs and
y as they wish. Wheat is seldom
Sby the poorer classes in the city.
etimes they have it, hut never oft
than once a 4:eck. The runncr.
ibout the r~ame diet. perhaps with
~r proportion of barley.
kat the average diet is~ well adapt
norishing the whole body seems
r. from~ the fact that strong
and abundant hair are charac
ti of all classes. Baldness is a
y and the people retain their
1to old age."
RAMS HORN BLASTS.5
~THE true light gets
lost in the crook-ed
-Gems are but
S ebbles without the
i .he flower to give
s the fruit.
S 'mie f aithful
vorker does not
-fear the footsteps
, >fthe Master.
Humaility is 'the
';ehnde to honor.'
lasting is only byggiag for praise.
I do my best He will do the rest.
igh presure in society is apt to go
low pressure in piety.
ir gains depend not en what we
get but cn what we cnn give.
3who has no secret power with
wvilL have no puhile pco-.ver with
ee plant of piety will not live by
stuick in th:e s-: c prayer about
e life wvho!!y:c: st in tb'e clost .s
eeigo th-. is put Gfn is c aSil
ii ma "'thins his moatch as big
e ote m's~f' torch.
Is permars c ji bvands for the
eerch i"sinularty oft i"noi
ti saerince of si -er'ity.
a fonlaK o: evangelizat
it th is the ille of ali tr*u* r s.
r naed seft hearts ini hard tIhs.
tnmon is the mc:U r cf i~y
at halC the wo:id U.e fo::" is only
inion. of '.he c:.i': half
ere is a gzicd deal i differece
en pnishment and chastisement.
be. he roots of life reach the riv