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W. W. F. BRIGHT, Emioon.
Educatio mensu Cvi aaUton.
Since the art of printing was first
discovered the march of 'oiviliza
tion is ever onward.
From the best of information
obtainable, there is no doubt but
that our Saviour met with opposi
tion in trying to do good to all
men. Be ye not discouraged.
Are you able to keep your ehil -
dren out of bad company? If not),
would it not be better to oductu
that bad company than to have
you own child learn bad habits and
bring you to sorrow in after years.
A Wayside Chat with Teacher.,
DY VELMA CALDWELL MELVILLE.
Not with college presidents and
lordly professors, because they do
not come among us, and perhaps
do not really need the hints we
purpose dropping during this little
chat; no, not theso, but with the
young eons and daughters of Amer.
ica who are engaged in teaching
country schools or the lower grades
of other schools; with those who
have to do with the first formation
of the child's character; with those
whose image must, for time and
eternity, reflect from those same
A teacher's position is such a
responsible one I Sometimes we
may forget this; our sensibilities
become dulled by the monotonous
routine; but the fact romains and
wn ought not to forget it,
We are astonished when we hear
teachers complaining that they
cannot interest their scholars; can
not control them, etc., and are in
clined to blame the teacher.
Not that children are not oft
times irritating and paront's inju
dicious, but we know, from long
experience, that ninoty-nino out of
ovory one hundred pupils can be
managed, and that without resort
to the rod; and yet, right hero,
would say, if corporal pnnishunent
really becomes necessary, apply it
coolly, but emphatically. We
have used the ferule when we had
to turn our faco aside to hide the
tears that would start; but we had
found that it must bo that or ex
pulsion; and we recognize the sa
credness of every child's right to
an opportunity for an education,
hmd would resort to expulsion on
ly in the extremity that his influ
ence was seriously injuring others.
Though now "only related to the
profession by marriage," we love
to recall our not far-past experi
ence as a teacher, much as an old
soldier delights in reminiscencies;
and sometimes when we see mis
chievous lads, between the ages of
ten and eighteen, going to the bad
because they cannot got along with
'the teachers, we feel as if we wimnt
ed to lend a hand, or at least tell
how we managed. We remember,
for example, an intermediate room
--all who have been instructors in
this grade know that it is compos
ed ot boys and girls just at the
age hardest to manage--where we
taught for a year. We made no
particular rules; wve did not go in
as if such a thing as enmity had
ever been known to exist between
teacher and pup)ils; but we gave
them to understand that we were
all there to do the best work possi
. ble, and have the best time possi
ble. We did not hesitate to say
that we did not like all work and
monotony any better than they
We used to say: "Now we have
just so much that must be done;
the sooner we get through the
sooner we will have a story, or a
song, or work in the plants, or cov
er slates, or get ready for the exer
cises Friday, or something of the
sort.'' We always had something
going on beside routine work, and
in regard to this last, we arranged
it so there was enough good-natur
ed comipetition existing to keep
Once in two weeks we had a
"public" and invited overybody
--- and they came, too; and how im
portant and interested those chil
drenu were t
SFor anotlior thing wo made a
specialty of decorating and making
the sphoolroom homelike and beau
tiful. One large, sunny corner
was turned into a green-.house
Somebody brought a large rug.
In the centre of this we placed a
-stand. Here we arranged a few
very choice house plants that had
been donated by kind patrons.
On shelves and bnchs we. ha
everything from a box of oats to a
Then the children collecter'
money from among the 'businos
men and bought a large framed
chromo-not a coarse one, but one
as soft in tone and artistic in do
sign as an oil painting. and from
it the boginnoro in composil i0n
wrote many a pago-and some
boautifilly carvod brackets. Thoi'
from honie and thos we Ltackt'd
smoothly under the desks. If
fhorn% w114 t' ohiM tit( j%%Onc I,% '
1 .1 ..l...
late fni n1 , .u 'A It - (It .
kopt us busy and full ot Out1L1.,
interest. No ono cared to shta
out a day; they migliL miss so..
thing; and woo to tho pupil wh
dared iiijure a loaf of those pro
They woron't of the Sunday
school-book typo, oither; a jollior,
moro mischievous sot would be
hard to find. Whon very restlost.
or inclined to be insubordinato, NNt
would suddenly bid all books asidt
and give tho order to riso and g.
through with an oxcrciso song. If
you do not beliove it rostod thoir
bodies and calmed thoir spirits, try
For ono year we taught oighty
pupils, ranging in ago from f our to
twenty-ono years.. Didn't it koop
our brain active to keep the little
tats busy with tho very amateur
kindergarten devices then known
tous, and mostly of our own in
vention, while we strove to onl ight
on the old ones in branches widely
Got your pupils mntorested and
keop thom interested is the great
socrot of success. Bo of one mind.
To bo at teachori moans a groai
deal. You are paid in dollars and
conts-and somot imies albus--hore.
but there will be great- reward
awaiting ovor there. if you aro
When weary and discouraged,
just romembor that So11 1 one of I the
little ones (perhaps more) t hinkhs
you the most wondorful porsoinaget
on earth and is trying to pattorn its
little life after yours. Wo shall
all meet our pupils at tho har of
eternal justice; shall it ) with
pain or pleasuro?
Trade Mark Onse Lost.
SIrPREMrE COURT REFiUsis Tro EN
WASHINGTON, May 14.-Gov
ernor Tillman has not only lost
the right to sell wvhiskey in the
State dispensary in Sonuth Caro
lina, but his efforts to secure the
registration of the trade mark
therefore have been in vain.
Commissioner of Patents S3ey
mour, it will be remembered,
refused the apphication of the
Attorney General of the State to
register the trade mark (a pal
metto tree) selected to identify
State dispensary whiskey. In
this position he was upheld by
the Court of Appeals of the Dis
trict of Columbia, from which
decision, Tillman by his Attor
ney General, appealed to the
Supreme Court of the United
States. But justice Gray, in ar
opinion rendered to-day, said
the Supreme Court of tho United
States had no jurisdiction of
the matter, as it did not comt
within the scope of the law~
regulating appeals to tihe Su
preme Court of the 'United
States, and thcrefore dismissed
The ability and amiability 01
horses depend very much ou
good stable treatment. Hiorses
are very much like men. 'Ihey
are sensitive and dainty. Stalc
water, musty hay or grain, dark~
stalls, poor bedding, irregulm
feeding, all are injurious. and
reduce value. Damp- and ill
ventilated stalls indluee disease
Salt should be kept always with.
in reach of every horse. H~or&o.
should be well bedded night and
day. A loose box is the best
stall for most horses.
The stockman who feeds a ton
of bran to his horses will, if all
his manure, solid and liquid, i,
saved, have $12.45 worth of for
tility in the manure. If thc
same is fed to growing stocki
he will have about 90 per cent
of the tertility, and to a dairy
Scow, more that 75 per cent.
Never bear more than one kiid
of trouble at a time. Some peoe
ple bear three kinds-all theo
have had, all they have now
andelnk -hyP to h.
[Suctiecessor to Bates & erguson,
Carriages, Photons, Surreys,
VEHICLES, of all kinds, HARNESS, Robes, SADDLES,
COLLARS, BRIDLES, Sole Leather, Shoe Upper,
Shoe Findings, Baby Carriages, Coat
Wagons, Cirl's Tricicles.
Special Agency--Columbus Buggy Co's Elegam
Vehicles, Kentucky W a g o n Manufacturina
Co's "Old Hickory Wagons," the Pope Manu
facturing Co's Columbia Bicycles.
Ligest , Bui l i |Id lafnSS HOUR8 il] t|le State,
Greenville, S. U.
(C+RE TE NVIL LIE~
GRIEENVILLE, S. C,
100 BREWSTER BUGGIES !
OTheapest ever Offered.
We Make The Best WAGONS in the SOUTH.
H-l. C. Miarkley, Prop'r.
*G3. WV. Sirrinie. Suoct.
LI [AVE ont hand at all times ai tul line
LET AltTICLES, JFANCY 0 () ) I) S,T
P'EflFUMElRY, FINE STA'IONElY.alDan
A lairgie toel:. (f COL'li tP that, S w r i e
wvill cure youir ( on .hs an d Cohl.
A full line of T)inm.itau IfYE GLASSESStv Fle
and1( SP ECTlA GES for your eyes.. I will
ftl youl up so t hat it will 1be a. pleasure for. Fie B ck
youi to reail.
As it is now time to go to GalrdeninigAN FIR CLY
Cnme~i and1 see about titl ur W ieLod Lii
(ArdiaSed3 ee Ol.n Sew r pe,iiLn
Garde Sees, .man & Maurtinez, puro Ready mixed
Wi'ill keep a fuil line on hand1(.J ) A T 1 T U
Then there t are PA I NTS? and OILS :inl---- . 3 ~,
full linle---ane)l every tina: iisuially foundl i a '
a first-claiss D ruig lort..i~ll IfrIlf
S~y" Phlysiciana P'resr-ri ptions carefully LIIIJ IU IIIU 111 IiIUIU
compounlIIde-, (12ay or night.
Whlen you Comle to En:sh' tgive me a call.('iet a(Pls i P i.
O. N. IITyatt, M. D.AJAATI
aseS. ., Feb. 9, 189I y 'l i f ht m ntt s h et
New Goods ssiowsroBrDS
W. C. BRAML ETT'SiNS&C
Which will crtainly gocepfr the .t'orOlv IUmttad cs,1,
Cah twl eto youtr initerest to orS k I.Ih .t~lcl. uti11
so0 my13 Goods andi~ get prices.t it..o I nesSreaot. ln rd
A good H una andI li ON 1-I OLfou e t ot u fio h ero h Vu
WAAONo, will b)e sobi ait a balrgamli. os, iloogivt .cllr*it13
A lot, of RI!I ITS to be sold atI a
sacrifice, from 25 cents to '75 cents4. . .C OWR&8N
Faily Gr'oeries. C'ovih t . aca1, 84
Of all kinds, al ways! on hand, will
1b0 sold at the smallest pr1ofit.
as Call early, and1( call often, andl
see if I hiavn't got somting y ou
neod.11W an lse anris
25 PFR GENT -" 1OW (R$T 03T
%4% 1, I . it- 4.1110 0j. 111
- y iiovs Ca - g ve Vou a
.1, I -U 4; Ittf $4.10.
Call, get prices and be convinced.
J. C. ROGERS.
At Lindsay Walker Stand.
No. 90 Main St., Greenville, S. C.
Feb. 15, 1894.
200 Cords of good Tan Bark.
.o be delvered tiB Spring and Sum
wer- 'Te bark mst be N eli taken
vareil 01, v vi pay cash ou deliverv
^wPIy Go "U vv it & cGOODLET r.
aichi 22. Greenville, 8. 0.
WE have just received our STOCK
OF GOODS for the present
season, which we offer at the lowest,
We keep constantly on hand a
good supply of
BACON, FLOURt, SUGAR(S, COFFEES,
MOLASSES, TIEAS, HlA'l',
D Rt Y G 001D 8,
Also, FARMERS' TOOLS, and ever3
hing needed for Farming purp~ioses.
A. G. WYATT
Ewnshy, S. 'Y,
If' You Watt Anything
oWCALL ON ME.
Dry Coods, Notions,
Boots, Shoes, Cro
and a full line
of Farm Sup
I can give you a lowv figure on
Flour' andl Farinig Impjlements.
JOHN C. KAY is wvith me and wvill
bo pleased to have his friends call on
J. E. ROBINSON,
Ave bro~amn dI''m i f 1 *, * .---- -.rk or househoihld
care.' IBro w ' I .u -
The Best Shoes
(or the LeAst Money.
-W. -- L. .'.LAS shocs arc
satifactiol at the prcehs advertised than an'
vinced. The stalpinig of V. L. Dougn
-rarantees their value, saves thotisands of t
Iealers who push the sale of \V. L. Doug
crease the sales on their full linle of gooda
and we believe you can e ninoyb
Use& bolow. 40atal'on %e oeyb
W.T . McFALL,
__F. B. MORCAh
ELKHART CARRIAGE a
Uave sold to coneui
saving theta the dealer
- 1.0 "We a o -
Oldest .ab Lrgm
caSlellin Vehicle, and
With ptvlege to examir
at.w pa t bo
to torderfor yol
Boxing free. We tako
Spring Wagons, S3
No.37. urrey Srneon. same as sell for sleg to
$37.50, as fine as sold
to 8100. Farm Wa
350 MilkWaaone Do.ilv
0.- Carts, cbcas FOlt
are sold at
2 o.7189. Top Buggy. Manufac.
$43.00 """ -
S percenL off for cane
stamps to pay poqtago 4
No.3, Farm Wagon. Address W. B. PI
RICHMOND & DANVILLE RAILROAD.
Samuel Spencer, F. W. iludekoper and
Reuben Foster, teceivers.
ATLANTA & CHARIILOTTE Alit-LINE
CONDENsED SCIT)EDULE OF lASS;CNdl:n TRAINS,
Jn Effect May 13th. 1804.
ve.s. Lin F -% Mall
Northbound. No. 38 No. :M0 No. 12
- ____________ Daly~ l)a'ily . )Iaily
Lv Atlanta C time 12.0'3 N'n 9'.00 pm, i.00 am
"A tlanta s l Ime 1.00 jun 10.44 pml !4.00 Hnm
" Norcross.. ....... . 0.7 pm' 9.44 am
" Buford.... .... .... .. ..11.00 pm' 10.20 am
" Galnosville. . - 2.10 Une 11.31 ptn. 10.54 am
"Lula .... .. .... . .......1.3 pin 11.119 ami
"Cornella... .... .. ... ..... .. ...-11.-5 am
"Mt. Airy .. .... .............. .....1.10 pmn
" Toccoa .. .... .......... 12.45 am 12.40 pml
"' Westmnuster.. .. .. .. .. . 1.21 am 1.14 pmn
"Senoca........ ........ 1.-m4 um 1.351 m
"Central...4.45 pim 2.14) am. 2.05 pm
"3 reenville .-. .. 530 1 * .3.0) am1 3.05~ pat
" partanburg 6.2~2 pim 4.01 am 4.11 pm
" aflneys. ........4.42 ama 4.53 pm
SBlacksbrg. 7.11 1)m1 5.00 amn 5.10 pin
Z King'&Mount'n. .. ...... 5.23 am 5.35 pm11
"g astonia. . . .. .4; am 5.518 pml
Ar. Char lot to...8.29 pmi 6.30 ant 61.4't pam
Ar. Danville..12.7 am 11.41151m 12.40 am
XE11hCmnd . .F L.~Wa'iui4fC5ii6f pin .20 amii
XWiiliigt ..~13 ~aidi ' s.atipini .:.
" Blti'oP.Rn.8.2) am~ 11.35 pm .
" Philadel phia ..10.4( liam 3.00 am1..
" New Yor..... 1.23 ptm 6.23. am11
Southward. No. 7. No 35. No. 11
___________ Daily Daily Daily
Lv New York P.lt.R 4.80 pmi1.1 n't ~
": hiladelphia.. 8.15 pm 7.20 am....
" saltmre.. 9.20 pml 9.42 amnj
"Chnarlotte......9.35 am* 10.50 pm' 12.20 n'a
Q astonia -. ......11.20 pm1 1.02 pm
Iing' SMon n.......... .....-. 1.25 1)1m
" lacksburg.... 10.48 ani 12.05a.np 1.50 pm
(affney --..-..--.-.--.--... .. .....2.05 ptm
~partanburg 11.37 am 12.67 am I2.50 pm
" 1reenville..12.28 pm 1.52 am 4.10 pm
~entral........ 1.15 pm 2.40 am1 5.20 pm
~neca...............301 am' 5.45 pml
Ostmitnster--..... . ...60 pmn
"Tocca....-.......... 3.4 am 645
" Mountt Airy... .... ........ 7.35 pmn
Cornelia--.----.......... . .... 7.38 pm
~Atla....... ........... . . 4.42 a .5>
"3 ainesville.... 3.31 pma 4.69 ami 8.30m
Ijuforud...... ..,.. .......... ... ..08 p8n
Noroross... ..... I...... 9.39 pmn
Ar Atl anita E tim 4.5p 0.20 4111m 10.34) pm
Ar Atlanta CtIme 3.55 pm 1 .20 ama 9i.30 pm
Pullman Car Service: Nos, 33 andl 36. Rich-.
ind and D)anville Fast Mail, Pullmnit Sleeplng
lars betwoon Atlanta and New York.
Nos. 3711and1SS--Washington andi Southwestern
Vestibulod Limited. betwooni Now York and
New Orleans. Through Pullman Sopoe be
~wcen Newv York and New Orleans, via Atlan
a antd Montgomery, and also between Washing
on and Memlphlis. via Atlanta and Blrirmighamn.
Nos. 11 andu 12. P'ullmi::un Sleepintg Cari between
Richmond. Danville andl G roonsboio.
For detailed lnfotrmtnlion as to locail and
brouigh tme tuhilos, rates and14 Purman Mh-ep
ng Cari reservations. eontfer~ with locazl nttents,
WV. A. TURK. S. 11. IT ATR DWICK(
Gont Pa.ss. Ae't. A ma I 4 ;enerail P.ss Ag't
WAstNiIro It (- A l.AN-rA,GCA.
J. A. DO0D 40N I90. -n n; A Ilnta Gau.
W.ll-GRE N .A
HJ[ YORK RACK[I SIORL
A. Tremenudoits Lot of
New Siuerio Book1~
CHALLENGE ANYBODY ON PRICE8.
Lace~ts, EmbrIloideries, InseIrt in Silks41 andl
1l1k 'l'rlammings, Silk Mitt', Silk (Gloves,
Jimbrellas andl Palm14 Fans, Laldiesl' andii
sents lihlts, Collars and( CaIThf, (Gents 11a1s,
atest style; Shleets and Shtirtinug,. Mo'ns~
ls;thmr Unaderwear, I0WLawn, Curtaliis anad
Juiltas, cuff Hlolders and1( Scarf Retainuers,
Large qnaintity of Sea Isandl at 5 (cents a
'iard-andit manily othier thinigs too tedious
Kemembehir that J. H1. Martini is with me,
11ud carriesq a full line of Staple and Panoy
Iroceries, and will exchange for eO4stry
J. Ms RAMPEY.
*REamley. 5. (1t Mnwy 9A -tl at
IL L DOUGLp
1, $4 and $3.50 Dress Shoe.
$3.50 Police Shoe, 3 Soles.
$2. 60, $2 for Workingmen.
' c ard $1.73 O Boys.
LADIES AD MISSES,
-'.-If ainy dealr
of rs iyou W
- 110hoes a6 a redlIed lrIco,
- r a. alio has t 11on3 wit lh
out tho nam Stanped
0ra t1 bottoln. put hun
down "A a fraud,
st. ..h, easy fitting, and give better
olier make. Try one pair and be con
s' name and price on tie bottom, which
lollars annina!y to those who wear them.
las Shoes gain customers, .which helps to
. They can afford to sell at a loss prolt,
ng all your footwear of the dealer adver.
on. W DOUGLAS, Broekn. Ma.
Pickens, S. 0.
I, Central, S. c.
ld HARNESS MFG. 00,
pere for 31 years,
a prot. We are the
Ianufacturers in Aner.
tiarness this way-ship $7
before anIY nioney l '
wLays t not satisfac.
8. Why pay an agent1o
WrIteliour own order.
all rik Of danago ill
I to $50. Guaranteel No. 781. Surrey.
Burrele, $65 to $t00
On , Woottes
IEEN, ilgy EN I. liLti.N.
5 23.50 ~'o*
00 to 0%20
Nio.16,27, ltlad Wagon.
:s and FLY NETS. IElkhart iluc/ele, 2ain.whi'eI..
with order. Send 4e. In pneumatic tires. veoiets
m19 1 12.pago catAllogue. stoel tribiug, drop forghil i.
VATT, Sec'y, ELKHART, IND.
C001illbit & (ireeville IRailrldO
%R1111101 Speileer, F, W. I111tt1(1%kuper arhd1
herieiwi ' oster, Rteceives's.
Conielisted Scherinle inii EM-ti I he., 21, 9:1
Trait rin bY 75 P.\erillall T11n1..
Bietseen Clairlestln. S:tVatunih11,Conha
I N iI Ni 12
7.15:n m I.v (1:11-t l " .5 11
11.20 "ui biaii ' ..15
.yn " Astci
I 2.."11 s in I' iarl ".1 1I
12.51pr I I
:i.2opiui~~~ A L:lnii*. ~ * 12 amz
2.371m A r tit if.3Itik
2.3ipi1 Lv 1, (A I I % )( 1..')5. 1 1
4(ilfipmM 1.v 2.:;.,'t: i i
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4 2om A~ V li-ii~lii~i 'I i1~
5 1(1114 '' ~ l iorb'l's10p
S Sopn '' line Path 2j~
; .~4 lO '' ( ~uli 141. ' oll ~ia
7 .25pm '4 r 1(1 'I)i9i2
No 5 " .16
II 2ani v (?luimliia Ai' alup
I 50itt ~ (oidv li ''1 35iti
2 Inpt '' (~11itoi ~ ' L Jali
2 5tpaiiAr IiI~riiN Lv 10 .35ain
No . N I. N 10 N 12.an
Not',Nii I. " 10.3Nia12
*~ ;s,~ I 0~i~a SIllla~lI Lv 5(.011 7n24
litenA ero,4io an 1 Greil.j
Di r'hniv. U g $* 21ily
N 1 2 i,(i..hu.4 N. o 'i*ri
4 ill22m AruIt W ijillgston 411 I19am4,
11" 20 I? Ar Gville~o ALv 1Ia,
liet een Carleson,(JcksonilleIi Svan
.$ nah olUmia ,. lanan artnhurg
l1)aily. ~IO 11) 4
7 15mn v CharlstngtA rD8.C.p