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, W. W. F. IarwrEdior
THE INQUISITIVE CHILD
Under se'On years of ago
child has littdl spocial regard
knoi l0(lv" lie has slight app
Ciationi of how littlo he knows or
hrw Illich his seniors know.
easily convinces himself, and tr
to convilc others. that the diil
ence is not great, that he is rea
quite a big boy. and that he N
roon be a man. lit is more c
cerned with being "big" and %
:b'ility to do.
From the earliest days. tlheon
se' ks control of his eyes for oryi1
"S''' for ~ hsr'li
th. a. h.. i,-. for eroeting, stan
Z. nd wlking. hiS tys tor
ng forin nd colors. h
ea~n for discriminating roundI. I
r!hrough he sk:!! to senso- im e
.ts t ac- ht kn-'m, m tions til
'revs, he 5eU to k now' fl'or t I
k of using: his sense and p o
'rs of activity. Ile seeks to kno
the wer!d to uise it.
Thing have little abiding ilnto
When lie has touchod a thi
and learned it by the touch, he
through with it: when he Can s.a
..how wow and know that we I
dvrstand what lie mnsct1ill. ho is eor
tent. hecauise his m11111 is not to e(),
form himself to the world, but ti
world to himself. His conquest
are? silple, butt sufficient for hi
necessities. This is the child n
der seven years of age.
At sevel b,- changes his who!
bariiig. HIis relation to the work
changes. Ile is no longer sat isfie<
with indefinite. genera answers t<
his inquirie-. I: reaizes tiha
older people kn"w inlfinitely mor
than lie that the w I'ld is a store
lhouse of mwnders: that he .need
to know them all. aId can only
l'arn from tlhose who have 2a1 x
perielnc. lIe is hiungry forv * facts
IHis appetite forl inl"1fom tionIl is
voraciousIt, e is aninr gto
point in perpetual nmotitli. There
is no order or system to his qu.s.
tions, anid imaginiationi all inspire l'
questions. TIhey grade' up w aru
from the what to thlt how, tot thi'
Iintellectiual auhnid mralI growthI
chiaracter' deend lar'gelv upo tihte
attention given toJ hiis quetst itonl
The well "d isci phined' ' lain ily sue
coeds in suppro'tssin~g thie questium
of the~ hIild at thlie t ablte whe n
there is company,' when theit pareont
arte reading or' talking: but tihe
c'hil b( alances it all11 ri ght hv ruish.
inig to te kittcht'n antd the stabb-I'
w here lio cain ask qstioni~ (s in~def' i
nitely, receiving aniswer's wis 1St
oitht.rwise, and priaise for quet iton
ig, The 'wekey, the saltoon i't
the i(Tth-colotr mlen and tl wome i w cl
coe the qtuestionis tf hte lit tI
people, and thus inigr'a into thit'i
slveI'ts into thiri miental and emniu
lIt is heft for good peoplte, paistorh
tenidents, and tteachters to supro
to supprei'ss ini theui' preOsence thi
qluestions thant will (hid vent sonni
whore at somne time. IIlappy i
paront or philanthropist whio hi
the wisdom anvd the paltionce
compaiont w'ith little people oce
sionallyv, while t hey poulr out thet
qutit onls li un iiupted ly ai
aimlessly int o appr~i'eiat ive ogi
In Stuch an huour' 010 mnav easi
and1( agreea bly i mp ar t the rari'
tuthis and mnspirio thet hiighe
mor'al princip~los, not. as a pec
er', not driyly and( rehpulsively bi 1
as a fountain to which thle h tt
onoO hats come of is own des5ire.
Th~le school forces should recoe
nize this iniquisit ive c'ondlitio
this fact-hunger frame of min
and feed it, The facts must n
be too carefully assorted, too fino
prepared. They need them in il
rough,-inu the wild, natural stat
-browsing for them themnselvi
Many lessous especially in geogi
phiy. history, and the natural S<
encos, need to be assigned indofil
tely, sending pupils to encyclop
dias, and other text-books to les
for themselves the what, how,
why, of something wvorth knowii
To assign any selected facts
memorize as a table, or as a a
nowved grouP of Vital facts, is ri
lv attractive or valuable. T:
will learn a hundreud facts by V1
own searching with more te
than ten facts skillfully tabulated
The pasture is more tempting than
the stall, even if grass is not as
nourishing per quart as corn.
Journal of Education.
A Forger Rusalto Eartih.
Astounding developments re
sulted hero today by the arrest of
S. C. Dickson on throo warrants,
charged with -forgery. The war
or rants woro sworn out by George A.
re- Norwood, president of the Green
of Ville Savings Bank. Dickson is
the leading real estate dealer of
LO the city and has boon doing a l)arge
_r- busines. It is now learned that.
for twt'nty years he has been car
Irvinig on an olaborate system of
foraeries. His forgeries were con
jb dud to the charactor of papers
used m his real estate business.
he Hj would mako doods to himself
)g. ,f imiginary lands as well ts of
reIl tracts, signing fictitious
namlilies to the same. Hie thon took
T these titles to real ('stato aild used
them as securities m horrowirg
- money. Then ho forged mortgages
i on real estate to secure forged
P notes payable to himself aid do
- posited thse with bnkrs d111d
( money lenlers as security for loans.
The iiuiiiibr of forgel aid falso
deeds will never beI known as lhe
coitinu(d taking upi old with now,
u.inug new mi hues and new I11ds
- for each transaction. When
' pressed by holders of his pape'r he
iS could always Iroduco nowv deeds
Y and now mortgaigos to renow the
V old and raiso tho wind. .In one
caso developed today lie had hor
- ro'.ve(l $1,800 from each of three
-, individuals upon threo (11l)icate i
s mortgages given by the same per- t
son oi tho same laud, and evoi
- the vllid imortgage is valueless as
the mortgagor clai ms that ie a a
- paid tlie mnortgago an1d givon it e
I to Dicksonl to be marked satis- a
Dickson nmadle A Clean )reast of e
h is tran sac tions and says ho ias a
not a dollar of the mliony fraudui- t.
lently obtained. This is probabiv
true as imlost of the mony repr
soited by the existilig forgorios w
has bee tiseod iii payiing interest h
4)n his onitstanldilg del)t. The h
losses of, holders of his forgod pat- ('I
prs wvill amunt . from $I2,000 i
to $20,(Y)0. It is believed that (1
I )icksoni will oi t f atpl 111.t to1 give 0
thle $3.000 bond required for his hi
applt.aranice at court. t1
D ickson was in Texas pushmng ~
the sale of his cotton chopper, k
of which lie is the inventor, when 4
made01 anud lie p~romptly came back ~
to (Greenvyille, when his wife in- a
formied him i of the situation and P
chanrges against hlim.
Thora~u' is an imlpression among ~
-(ome1 of those who know him inti
mattly that he hias beein mentally
ubilalaniced for a niumber (f years
and his prmiupt return to the State.
suuiosts that this may be so.
None~ of tho lojsers wvill be) serious
!y inj (1 by his tran~sactions as
all of them are men of means.
IDicksoni was always a wild, vision
ary mlan and says lhe wont on with
his forgeries believinig that some1
-f th iterprises in wvhich hie was
reigaged would he so profitablo a
thatu hie would bolenabled t-> take upt
his oligatlions andl( have a snug
-son for hiimsel f. Ho is in jail to- y
Snight .-Columnbiai Register.
II(,tae (.heap as 1)1rc
0 One day last wooek .J. M. Switzler
sold 3 ,000 horses to a Portlandl syn-c
Sdicate. Theli aimals are to bo
Sslaughtered at Portlandl, Mr.
"Switzl~er says~and the meat packed
and all patrts of thle carcass utilizedI.
1r. T1'hs is now the~ only market for
Sthe thIiouisands of horses in Eastern
sI(regoni and Waishington ranges.
1hie prico was less thani $5 por head.
itA young medic in this place is at
IIpresenit the butt of considerable
guying. lie made a social call thle
Sothoer evening with his best girl at
a house which hadk recently been
blessed with a baby. The fond
Amother is slightly deaf, and was
ly auffering from a cold, and when
eC our young friend inquiredl rogard
as ing the health of tihe baby, she
is, naturally thought ho, being a doc
T~ tor, referred to her disposition.
She replied that, though she usual
-' ly had one every winter, this wvas
'e- the worst she had ever had ; it kept
~rn her awake nights, and at first had
or really confined her to her bed. The
rig, announcement caused the young
to man to turn pale, noticing which,
'in- the kind woman advised him to lie
re- down, as he lookid just as she did
bey when she was taken dowvn with
uoir hers, and she was sure lie was going
lih to av one-...e
Mans, Poor Man.
Man that is born of woma
few days and full of microbi
le slideth dow n the bann
life and findeth them full of i
ors of torture.
He hoppeth out of bed i
morning, and his feet are I
by the tack of disappointino
lie sitteth down to rest at
day, and he is stabbed in hil
er anatomy by the pin of dii
He sioketh the cigar o
tentnient, and, behold I it e:
etlvith a loud noise-for
Behold, ho 1 impaled upi
hook of despair, and furnish<
for the Leviathan of Death
fathomless pit of time.
He playoth the races and b
his all on tho brown mare, b6
he. has received a tip. The
gelding, with a bald hce, wi
by a neCk.
Ile walks through the str(
the city inl tho pride and gl<
Iis manhood and slippeth c
anania peWO of inisfo.rtuno aI
joilitoth Iis neek.
le gooth forth to breath
rrosh air and meditate up(
vanity of all earthly th'ingk
is accosted by i bank cashii
i sight, dra ft for $327.30.
Io miiarriotI a cross-eved w
16)cau1se1W heIr father is rich
indeti that sil Jils iot (e1
;Luise to fry Iont. Iis fatih
aw t hen mllolk.eth Nwith oi
muI goofivi broke.
From the eradle to the
nan givethIi his cheek to tle
hat,( sitiet hIiiini. Vorily,
S but :1 w art oin tle noses3 (I
Ur: a huniiiionl on the too of' I
Ifreeklo on tho fico of a 1mi'
Ih-hiold, hto run neth for
n(d the dead boat pulleth hi
ver atnd anon id then v
gainst himn. Ie exalltoth
olf among i;s people and a
th with pride, bait when tio
10 couiited he fiideth th
anite is DIiln is.
Then': is one kiil (d fin viltumi
h ich the plns111 b 1 ove )J)N utI[ I
are lnillt iluded, tHaM is, m
- ibi ti so11( o f the l
a Ire~re~ oftile Souith .
no(tllin 11, moO ommoll thar
ddein wealth wYhiich they imei
leir l'(proor,y maly hold(. lBu
10 other~ hanid are the mny l
ow cisos of mineral dop
f undoubfed valuo which
ot recoivedl the slightest devi
ien t, thlis of course being dui
ny~ oneC ofI many goodl roa
rinvciplally3 iacessibly aitt
iblo to lack of railroad faci
y wich many dleposits are
'ing idllo which a year hencei
iny 1ho furnished large quan
f valuabllo mninerail produlct.
ewer thle mine iral dlevelopmfe
countr I y the greater the rol
mUportanice of theso undlevo
Bsources, aindl in thle case o0
outhl thle manifest unifairno
hiowinig only suchl deoposils I
hloroulghly det~vol oped, neet
Tlhore is a way to bluild up a
nd( there is also a way to
own. The way- to kill a to'
o not make an efl'ort to bul
11). The way t~o bild upi a
s t~o push8 it by aidvortisinlf
luri marO1chanlts will take the tr
0 Ilook over our1 (exchantges
vil 11see tha t wihorevoer the
han111ts ad vort.is(o freely there(i
ress, anid the places where
lo niot advertise a b~~uinss (1
Every newvspap~er man11 wi
ireciato the follow'ing froi
Castorni jourl.'t if 110 one
oes: "Get4 your printing
vhere you pleaso8, its you r1
mut pleaso6 (do not, after spet
rouir mloney elsewhIIICo, comel I
>flic( b eggi ng free local no
t isn't business. It isnl't (e
Slootves pulff at the el bow~ mi
stead of at, t he shioulder. Th<u
boing muado( nowi so a womat
have her p)ock't s in thiemi.
man will ~I haivo ai hard it im 111i
the child's hieart ini the bra~ve
breast," and tio softenu the rot
and1( the gruttfest of peolo.
To igt buins0ro
(This truth there is noedisgui
Is caught b~y him who bail
A colored Bnptist pronoor says:
11 is of "We read inl th Good Book of John
1 do Daptist, but it doan say nuthin'
tersof aboit John de Alotho(ist al' John
Some gives this reie(ly for hog
n1 the cholera : pour it littlo turpentine
-erced 1into the bog's ear, rub bis jaws well
ird and putt a little on his food. This
is said to be a su1re iuro.
noth-I'ltizi-: oTar l~t.
nth- Our farmer should have good
laster- hogs this fall. inid we havo decided
f con- to oler a preiniun, of five dollars
qplod- inl cash for the Largoest., anly ago,
t was hog, by November ist 1895; and
throo .<iollars for the largest one
Year old hog, alai twd dollars for
i the th secmid llhargest-all persols ill
)s bait Picke, county who will heiral'
n the tor becomoiiie subscribers to Tux
JoumNsa, ()r thoso who airo alread~y
ttoth uibscribr, and will pay uip one
yoth in ad a' ae'1 digiblo. (<>
cause to fe(edin Your hogs, and try for
sorrol tis irim. Helien 'r tlie prize
nneth closes on Noveibe 'r ist.
0~ mw .- _
ots of \Ve wish t) call your ttliion
>ry of to thi various <-xIcu8rtsiln rat', 41
1 the '(I i (i l' ( li 1r1 lllilwazy ill
tid 11(1xt few w('ks, s011 (I which
u are as follows:
01no 1'are rato Io Wash igton, I).
0 tile C., fo tle Southern Baptist. (onlI
Qn the Vention, lay 9-26;
, and . ()ti fare rato to 'allas, Texas,
for the (Ieneral Asseuibhly l'rfs'hv
w ith to ria n Chu rh , Il ay. I7-2 i;
O)no fare rate. ilus two dollars,
01mian to Ilvl(' r, 1411l 'raid , Io lite
, and National Ediuicationaul Association,
ough July 5-12;
Onise fare rate I'> I 1oston lass.,
11llanid rctu ro i ('I.1jisils nEodaiu
MetColiVoion, . 11V 10- 1.1
Ono faro rlate *to Hal inore, I.
"u fI'tl r for Baitt ist Yotinig ]>o
s nion, Jully .18-21
Very low ra,to to Illuston, Tox
s, Ill I r('tirlil I'. ilf?10 ' t
2) ot'rals' 0lean "'llot, I[1 MaN 20
.e.s TFhose tickeits Will he sold on
o.e colvel ient 1ates. aniid with ample
rohturn-1 liulits, and ar only I few
s leg of the miany 1 xC1cur.i11s w\hich will
Ateth bo inIlaugurat ted by the Southern
hin.. Railway this seaisonl
W h L. DoUCLAS
IS TH E BEST.
S3FIT FOR A KIN.
ttion 4.*3.s FINE CA&KANGARO.
)3.5.9 POLICE,3 SOLES.
I Ox- $,0$2. WORKINGNIEN
e Ix- - -EXTRA FINE
n in. s2.41.5 BGYS'SCHO0!SHOE.I
her- L.AD 1.15S
t' l' sg y932.*4 13
the 3 ES. pONGOLA
ESND FOR CATALOGUE
Sitto . W- cl u c
g II Over Ono Milliton Pcople wear tho
in 'AW. L. Douglas $3 & $4 Shoes
Alour shoes are equally satisfactory
tOin They give the best valuse for the mnone(.
1ue They qul csont Shes style and It.
.The prices are uniorm,.--stampe fon sole.
osii (s Fromt $5 to $3 saved over other mnakes.
hare If y our dealer cannot supply you we can. Sold by
3101)-For sale by
W. T. McFall, Pickens, S. C.
e to F. B. Morgan, Central,S. C.
so means so much rnore than
s ar you imagine-serious and
I11 fatal diseases result from %,
trifling ailments neglected.
tou Don't play with Nature's
111i greatest gift-health.
If you are feeling
vil 1s out of sorts, weak .
it and generally ex
ownls LfO~ 1I ands cans't wo'rk,
r If h lg the most relia
oule snedicinse,whsich is
?1 LJJ1Browns's Iron Bit
thf~v ters. A few hot
thay ties cure-bensefmt
luer..conmes fsomn the
11101 nii~ r~ very first dose-~I
they lieasant to take.
o*it" It Cures
Dyspepsia, Kidney and Liver
Ii ap- Constipation, Bad Blood
nl anl Malaria, Nervous alments
else \Vomen's complaints.
Get onl y t he genu ine-It has crossed red
d one lines on the wrapier. All others are sub
stitutes. On recei>t of two 2c. stamps we
'ight, will send set of Tn lentutiful world's
F air V'iows and book-free.
ding BROWN CHEMICAL. CO BALTIMORE, MD.
o tho ___
ioes. M~ARRVJI iRLt-80iIEBDDY I
cnt. min, EmmTo:-I stained a biue silk dross wIth
'lomion juico; what will reatoro thea color ? I am
making lots of money selling thea Climax D)isih
Washeor. ilavo aot mado' less than slO any day I
worked. Every family wants a Dish1 Wyasher, and
pay*toqusicklvwhent theyt see the' dlshses washed
IVi- and dried per tel in one minuto. A deli as many
w i- asheors as my brother, and hao Is an old sales
mra, I wvili clear *3,000O this year. Address tiso
y aoCilimax Mfg. Co., Columsbui, Uohoo. Ao can
i11 dal co as well asI a doinge.
nan' COPY'RIG H TS.
CN OBTAIN A PATENT? For a
ghost om h g ao~avsidVne
Oxperiene0 in the ptent be lnes Cok Ofin
somtincoern ,rtI.O'an o'wu to' ohun
Ilit. to a ts5Ii tal en boks set free & Co. receive
se aianotieintho ~ ie nn acndh
Citcost to the inetf ahi spendid gaper.
sig) lase ek lni iltae,'o sst a~ th.
at re atlorfa~se1 s san hroeth
na 0 i ctra t1. Address
WE PAY CASH!
For H ides, Beeswax, Tallow
WE sell harness Leather, Upper
Kips, Calf Skins, Sheep Skins, Lace
Leather, Iame Strings, in ay aiouit
GOWER & GOODLTT,
101 Main Strect, Greenville, S. C.
SOUTHERN RAILWAY CO.
PIEDMONT AIR LINE.
CONDEN8ED aCIEllifia1OP .ASSENGER TitAINS,
Nort.hbomuai No.38 No 341'No.12
April 2 Iti, 1805., Dally Daily Jitily
Lv Atlanta . 1..im.
Atlanta tie me 1)' 0-(4) 1 860 a.
Norcross ....... 040 .
" Iuford 111 1)1 ........
" Uninosvillu.. 2..S 11.43 p10.35 .
" Lula ........... 1205 i . a ..
Cornelia ....... 1232 t .22
Alt. Airy ............1236 itl1.25 i .
''Toccoa..............1.01 a 11.59 a .
" W estminster. . 2-1.:1 ........
Senet'...............02 it 1
" Cel ra.4.4 p 2.30 ! 1.05
" Jreenville .... 6.27 1).: atl 2.14 .
" Spartanburg- 6.18 p 4.23 3. 1 .
" (Onl7eys. . ........ .0 ' ! 1.1( .
Ilachshurg... 7.03 1) 1.2 0 1) .
" ' King'sMount'nl ....N a 50P....
Ar. Charlotto. .... 20 1)
Ar. Danville ..... 12.00 10. 1)' p I i .......
8.00 .. .10 p) (.00
. W'ashl .gto .. . 0.42 i .30 1 ......... ....
11 8~~.'05 a'11.435 1. . . .... . .
Plbtlitdulphia ..... 12.05 a *:"::1
SYor ..... 112.1 6.23 a
I et stini1
Southboxind. No. 37 No.31 aNo.11
IDaily Daily Daily
Lv Now vorl P U.tl -1.30 1) 12.15 it...........
Ell ilae l i 7.20 it ...............
1al tho . .. .2 , II.2a......
Washint.on .. . 10.43 111.16 a.
Richmond .... .12.05 a 1.00 1)112.05
alville ..... 6.40 p, 6.10 1) 1.45 a.
('ha rlotto ...9.3- U 11.0-5 1 12.1011 a...
G(astonia' ' . . -1.1) a 12..) P.
Xing 'a MHoUnl t~It......... ......
Blaieltksburg....10.47 a12.18 I 1.47 J.
Gafnoy ............ 12.01 a 2.05
Spnrtia burg... :11.37 it 1.5 itI 2.50
AGreenville.1.28 17, i -1-11) .
Cntral. . 1P 2.45N a 5.31) 2.
Seneca....... ........1.U6 n 1 1)...
Wet. a.ste. ........ .. .
'Vctq'co. a. .. . 3. . ..v
o.t. . 5 1 .... .....
Lid ... . . ..1:) 1 0.35 10 ........
0.1.58 a ........
. . . ...1.22.a .. .
N orei-o11.2 .. . . .; ........
At, Atlanta ElidilO -55P . I111ll .
11 .l5 11.0.....
Nos. 37 11"d - 33--NV't9hinoton and1( Southwceqtern
\'cst iltulet Lliai icd.'Phrough Pul lman Sleepers
Itetweeon Noew York and New Orleans, Vitt WVaSh
higtcon, Atlanta 111( Niotiionery, antd Iklso be.
weei New York and Aemintis. vi-, .as.ing.
Nos, 5 an 30 UitedSta-e.Fas Ma... .ull..
Ar. Richmnd .... 8.0 nt 4.40 p .00 ar ........
Ar. Wasing.1tonIV (.42 a 6.30 rcisor.... .,
"e ' altm'. P.Ai.it.' 8.5 11.35 rl P...., ......
[VSINTN Vs. C.'stm'AT GA
LV Now YorkEN PJt1 l.0p1. n. C....L .....
" VslooN 30 Washington.. 04 p1.5n D.... ...
"SOUcHoNd...1.5a10 20 RAILWAY ..O.
" DaTInl.... j.0 610p64 Dai.
" Chhatto.......5a.05p1 1
Ar Gaon wtr...... ......: 11.:0 p:25
" Kigiiut'n.............. .'3p.
" BUlnesbr.... 10.4 na2........-...10Dp
".. Gaf.n.y........ .. .....1.1a20
" Sptartanbr-. 13 10 .p.
"V Conta.............1.15p..4 .12 am
" een.... .... 110 n .46 .
*s Weonstero....................I.1 p
" Toccoit.... ............n...;. .
" MuntAir.......... ........ .18 p
"....rne...a....... ........ ........ .1 y .n
" Lul.......... .. .... ..7n .. 3..5O y
" inton (viu..........1 j504a .10 t
" N1w0 or ............;.........5 2 p
Ar.A lanlta lim4.55..p.....2...a.I0. . pn
DAily.Atla tal. C iI355p90 ail." Dal
"A'' 1. m. 1P." p. m.A "M." no "N." I h.14
VestibtedpLim iaThog PulmalSeeer
ington,~ A) tIrnt Aa t on..omerylm and alo b
to.pAj lta and Birmaiga. Di.5nig Cars.m
Nos, 3 nd 3610t~ Unied States Fas Mal, Pll
ma0n' 0.leepi ar Sbetween gAtlarnta Mont-~
Nos. 11 and 12.ar Pulma ling ~vo Carltwo
Richmo Dnville adGeesoo
W.rAin Tloav, S.a tHtr. AnI~l WCKvsi
Giue' Pass. A..1t. Ass'tn1 Genera ass Ag't.5 p
Wn,1.7A.HINGT, D. C.be JiATLANT,)GA
W.in l5 IYeav, SupoeinteA.ndt Charlisot,
norhbun, 428.Nrth3 pCaroind.2p,(VB
Train. ao eea A. andJ C. ivsio, nrb
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11. ROBEIR IRKXEY, . tr
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April 7-y. j:a n3:1 1
DR. UYERS ~ -rmE
PRACTICAL AND SCIENTJFIC Is no uso to cuss or discuss 5 cent
~~ cotton, I have a nice lot of milch
__ eows fo~r salo and if I can not got
20 ( m ep l(inc (a~i~tit~ i myi h p~t f~~ rico I amU going to tako some
hos-uii t utng fhigai one. else's. I also have some horses
'a authority, aikes and ,properly' adjusts Pand mules running the -samo
rv stl rhe'ti" (11c or I)r. Ad- schodulo.
June 28, 189,''1. .HOLNSWRH