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BY PRtOF. F. MIfSNtI, I'll. 1).
The Legend of the Red Lands of South
bown the dark Utkat Mountlin,
Whence o'er iosi-eladti rocky steeps
light Tallulth's silver fountain
Prat t ling. bibblinig, fonililtg leaSps,
The Oconees coanet (t'sent'llittg
Fronl their battlIe With tie C'Peks,
'iheir 1ritimphii an 'oices blendittng
Withi the( echoves frotn the( peaks:
M Wll brave liagle's-eyt' for Ilter
Swept ou11 hlost t tlt 'n111y's lan ,
As tlirouigli gitiWes of fire mail veit'la
$weeps t' hit tle1k by stortnlwinlts fattned1.(I
Nalice-aissli-ed and4 Ilooty-itileit,
To oir wigwaitiis itek we come;
Aft-vt us-, sweet Geonce mhln
WA l it joyoll weleonie hlom e !"
And~ thevy ealel withl footsteps fleetinig
('hanIlt ilig pal'ants ithrouil tlih grove ;
E'very brave reteivet a gret ilig
Proin his thll I k yd ii tii I I :v
All save Hiagle's-eye, whl takei
W iti sur31prise thi it Ie allowi
Was' torgot tenl unitt forsakenl,
Asketl ii aixiois, I rnibling ltii :
"Where, wh~eref hi114's mly niounta1tinl -flower,
litazel-eye. O ol4te's priele
Wihy hath slit, 11111 let ier iower,
lias31tsig to hlr, lover'sslet "
All stootl wtiiapt iln painllll sih-iteo,
Nonewnh tuake Mv he4 snlnews louil,
Till thet chieft tore hill wMih Niolence.
From Ilint grief temar1ltrassedt crowi.
Quliek withI eatgle's Iliglht it' litsted
'I'ti Ilit wigwami' oil it e hill ;
01) her volel IthIr, tI le anl l wasitpl, ,
lliazel vy( laly enlutl an141l Ml.
IeI glat'ee 10h 141hi tll ier tuIlig,
"'was~ nit 1 4%ver.1, (.4114 or eralnp, -
'Twit., thle slow, but1 certin fallinig
I irtad ceintsub Il tption hears as statl.
Fainitt heVr smt'lie now, one so eiheery,
DidlI heur eye nowv, once o brighIt;
M' thole hettring, wrn titit wIt.y,
lirai l oltu n a wltit life atll lighil t.
': atwlile hter lovir's enttry
Cilaiseltiher it) forget her paill,
tut, il Iseelt soon 1moiunted isit ry
At her siItheql's Hill aalnit'.
It grave fears land sorrows worriq-ti
.'l attnlio solitel vol'htl as uage,
,Agle's-eye larosel mall and1hurri(d
TO t-Ihe nattion's far-fatmed age
' Tk , ih tam' in-r'l, "whtat i soe'ver
is mine owIn m3ut. mte Iy shire,
If ttlol sav i t I ne 11111 nt iltivo
lizel ye frorn 41 I t 11 1n gne.1 '
Spatke thle saige : "Ala:s! i o Hiower.,
Leathl-it, root or inhn-ral 0r l'
Wieldlis o'clr 4twr lIisetase. i plowgiir
Tlhat is k town ii it 'n lrlit' .e.
Ifetve 'ly br iaill alone enint ten. It
Inl one enail lit, i'vol zoIne ,
Yt adtsi tto 14Inlls itiii,
Is bty 11tut9e worl a ti4't'4iwn,
"'Midst het weenl t he~se nnt-k glrt e.:JSt l
'hcirough who1lst i a t 11,s3 h'eiwn lsts
ATo tht - hs it is t hitt nta k t( l he 'h-ep,
TOi tilt' (11)1(8 Iiia ipt'li 1tgw
Lies tihtat flaiery-ha3 ld 41111tm' iil.
Lies lilt iart ily paraftilst,
lndl n by zieplhy pltb 141 ini on, llio
WItaftin ihtlili untt1o 3t3- skies.
"bill)( itn l git tali i- wardenl1-1
A 3(1a ltA I[ll1(it It lm of hea4%-1n t il -tr-' h -
1e110 trillisgr 00s liii I Iithat alen131'iit
Visits I 'wiih han ilit itlt3 Iti''ili,
S iavi the 111411 who 1 s' n
ONe h wor, vila s11t4 y hils 1141 :
Ie helis ihoai'Ilt nirle sove-iam;
Yt none e-Ver foitilllitla wotlsh'"
"I Mhll thidt, .I S11111 win i t " I
Eaenit' eyef wi'ei h evo glried :
laik- heln ht self' tiame mtipmit
To'fl hias tawing miai fn'sl''i side.
"nIfze' l~'-eye ak'! Iitupoetlhr
'ora hn eith thlly retored-,
With a pal rethin f mh el t'erii -c -
On hs siangh-ftarn hehr in-r
lay is lve'sniiy le -- Yok' bes
5,lve!alh l y th w l!
/ lc 1aeld; igtre--e
RiCi'o'i' Op ltop. J. I4 C. i)UI'tlk,
Dear Sir:-In the matter of .lor
icultural work at this Experiment a
tation, and referred to in your let- 1q
er of 27th May, I would say: 1
The work was begun in the Spring e
)f 1892, under very unfavorable con- c
litions, that is to say, as to soil and I
The only available 1und , was ai
igh ridge, sloping South, East and f
West. 'Tlie soil was poor, thirsty I
md a portion of it washed into guil- I
iCs. It ha11s, however, been success- g
lilly terraced, and is very much im- c
>roved. Almost the whole area is t
wept. by the Westerly winds, to t
rhich there is no obstruction with
n two or three miles. These winds I
lo great. damage by drying and iak
ng the soil and whipping the u
>lanits. On these lands, 4 inl the I
prinig of 189.2, we planted about, o
me thousand fruit trees, and eight I
uindred grape vines. These have I)een ,
dded to from time to time, until we -,
low have albut twenty three hundred e
ruit, trees and two thoulsand grape
ines. 'l'he trees consist of apples,
Miars, peached, plums, quinces,
heiorries, figs, pecants, vallults, chest
iuts, filberts, etc., in variety ; of
grapes, we have thirty-six varieties.
Both trees anid vinies have made t
roodl growth aid are comparatively
free from disease. They are so in teolo
cated and alternated Us to give each
kintd and each variety the beneit of
the different. expositre and soils.
The freeze of 27th March, 181.4-,1
did great <hullge to al, but, e spIe
cial ly It I" the ( t1gs, i ine iiVCes aid the
so-calldI rieinta variet.iS Of ears
- -4he I e( 'o It e, I h it and K ieffer
Ieing killed to t lie grouiind.
Mcmitoasida has been mutade of the
growlthi, dte.k of bIloomiu, damage bny
fr-ost, yield, etc., o)f the differentf va
riclies on Ohe sevenir epours
'he 1irvees being young, andt th
frosts conitiniuing into May, have
Iornei litIle fruit as yet. A mity
of the peach -es h'alei VerLVVy fi
terip this yeafr. 'l'hi gai safe
rco4tverinig froim tihe f reeze. ia fte
bmv fvPee/ hiii." 1 111.
borte a few sea It ritg br~i inelies, buit
the co(1p if I his year promtnis's to iv
very lt. inv, wiih lte evctptiott f Int
varietyv --tht Nortens \'irgiiiia.
Wt ni.ve used ihe (Owdaux mix
htre, (opprdhiel :1id someit it(her fut
gicides, ilt as v. have seen nltI
sign of11 diseagse t1 '(or 111ro(m cithlitnr
Syntyed mr un1Spartyvd vinles.
In the imgite r44 experiienits with
I hwele h1egro twig I li. fol
low itng: 2 va -itleits ausp araigus, 2 I
nariet'tie~s hells, including sugm- hedn
and 6u11ingolits e nrietit.s of dwarf
i bunch heiis;h Ifof pole Iewals,
nluigthe linals: -18 of cabbage
1: of carritus ; oTflery 27 of (i
cielirs; 21i of let file:; 27 o oInillni
3 oftint nykiinit~is; 81; of Itrish pitautoes;
15 itf radhishets ; of' :3 alstiy ;h1 of
ac ;-t of ink r; 7 of paritpls; 2:
of pepperut : 5: of totott(es ii n sun
lies of t~Ica jtelps, rat nI~ iit ics tif'
trinelonsfh 1j711.11g, o i , t. lts
'None itf these expIer'iimenits hiave,
is yvet, i*li f hrttuugl illre tLuatu two
id I rish pttoesc5; lillet i tls as to
he resiti of~f theise last. ar no:tow bie
hug preare. Thel resil t of the
lirst. year's lest, has alieady een pith
lishedl. I a addition to these varietyv
lests, ferntilizier andt cultivation e
p)erimti(uts are aliso being carried~t on
with various veget abtes, bitt espe
ciailly wiith tomiatoes, beans, cabbage,
onioinis, ando Irish potatoes --dhere he
mng thirt y-fourn di tferent I fer'tilIizers
andu coimbi nat ions of fertilizers onti
lIn snmall1 fruits we: have raspher
ties ifort y variietes), strawberruies
(forty-two varieties), cuirranits, goose
berr'ies, et. Tlhese' wreo all mornte tir
less injuri ed by the freeze of M arch,
S19-1, amnd nonie of themt hauve fulliy
recoveredi excepit flit' strawbwerr.mv
WVe gat hered ouf thiese, t his seasonl,
over. foiur thlousando I quart s fromn
three acres tof oltd antI poior land.
Of the'se forty odd varieties Ithe Ibi
back No. 5i, the Illaverlandt and ih lit
Gaudy, ini the ortdtr tiuctd, detserve
sptecial mueniitin ftor yitetd, size andt
W~e have nieededoz anil iusedo very lit.
tie and bu t few inlstett icidles, exceept
to test their relat ivet meits. SinalI
boxes, televat ed ton poles, at the' ratet
of ftive to t he acre, havi e bieen the
nesting andt brotin g p laces of' thi'
conuniioni bite hir inl siall a s1talis) and
therit' instectivorous bidrds, aind the~se,
with the auidof thntle coniinitn t oatd,
have kept all nox ious1 insects sitbjui
gated, except the har'lequini bug
(strachiia histrioniica). No tird or
fowl, so far as we have obser~vetd,
will kill or eat this bug. Our rule
is to encouratge anmd providle for (by
furnishinrg nesting places anduo food
anid water) all birds of ever'y kinid
except the jaly bird'( and thme so
called English sparrow. These twoi
last we kill oni sight.
The blue bird, cat bird and the
old field sparrow amre worth their
weight in " silveir " to ainy gardener.
rTheQ var'~i ulabbge woms are
easily disposed of. W heat bnranm,
cormn meal, gypsum, floats or' any
tine dust, fr'eely sprinukledt on the
plants when the ow is on, will soomn
4eoy them. After the cabbage
' eaded, take a lTaf from the
. nand lay it on tohp bate in the
d1ening; in the eaurly mnorning you
will .find most of the worms on the
inderside of this leaf.
The harlequimn bug is made of
uterner stuff. N~ext to hand picking,
;ho heat remedy we have found is to
)ant mustat'd or turnips near to the he e
abbage; the bug prefers these, and body
,athered on theim kill (both) with A
oetroleum or cheaip kerosene oil. tion
The labor in this department Coll- SUcc
ists Of one foreman, six iaboi'ers 141
nd two mules. A few of the col- lead
ege students work about four hours Vn
ael on Saturday, and two sections inext
f the Sophomore class work two bette
tours a week, but this latter is edii- Ile
ational and not paid for. the )
In addition to hot beds, cold exere
ranie:3, ete., we h 'i4 i sinail green A
touse, sa1y 20X;O, ill which are his I
I1'OWnI several hundred ornamt ental busy
lants, including ninety Varieties of York
acti. Most of the college students
ike great interest in this section of
1'he rea ill experiltnenl tal work A Vo
roper is about thirty acres. Goo
Inl Connection witli this depart- ro
lent we have a canning and a pick- sportI
ng outfit. In the season of '94 the roguhl
utput of the canning section was the 11
mn thousand three-pound cans of by th
egetables. The most of this work det(
done by the students and is both noarl
tlucational and profitable. Jeet o
.P. 1. C. DIu'Tu.: forwa
Certain facts about lightning Colon
trokes, the result. of yearsof experi- Sce<L
e.n i. by the Weather Bleireau, have eistri
eceitly been taiuiilated. 'l'hunder- a br'.
tors reach tbei r max ut iImim in MiSS
[intie and .1lily, though reported inl basis
very ttmonthl except .January, the Th<
e(Sgiol of winter thinider-stormns cell- 'N,'t
erIng abloult ljousiana. F'ort-y 'Such Streul
. t, r$ t otill,
toirmis are( theit mimum I~it avelrge mt
or any sectioln. 'l'lhe average a tou
1 P the M
ital loss of life from ligitniug - ,I a
le Illited Sates is 2 lpersons, o love I
oss of property over $1,500,000. Peo- Nis
le living inl cities and( thickly built, P"'ol
ownits run little dallger, the risk in the N
hle coulilry or Suliillbs being five they
ineS aS great. Fl'01 te samte ra.. of11fei
ion I he cent (er of a grove or forest is advail
tnuch safer tllanii ts edes or isohitell i
ees, the dense growth netiig to freq 11
listriilte tihe eurren. I ightnint g i
itrikes thIree times as many ha.-ns the I
As dwellings, and is miiore liikely to tl
trike a ill bairnt than an eint y of tit
>ne. h'le t unk s of trees are str'ick V e to.
I lreell times as often as their bouighis. trips
Tihte curlireit usually travels directly totht
to the grotinl. 'lrees inl damllp Th
places or teatr bolie.s of' wateir a1e-.
ittost likelv Io he stitck. 'l'l oak
is Ilhe m'tfreituentlly struick, (lhe 01
bea te he least. Pinies ari'e -eaitl v samte
siruck. It is unsafe inl ltuIv'i'- NIact
tor'ins to and umler trees, inl o "),
hot'.orways of har'.8,(, close Icattle "i"
iUr neat' einmeys or lireplaces. Iark
othing1! is8 gaitted by g(killg Ito bed,beo
>31motllh,1ri one'S Sel f het weenlwd
0 . ea ole
ile tear danger frm huiding snai
niet abei art ic les, siuchI ats kives or aL&ol
Llissors5, t.h ese b eing too11 sl ight toIl tl)L"
' h le ner ve-ceinters. her
fe niaar hesv N 'sfo
St iji- till - . byI) methodls oft was t
'diL , 1-aCctionl of t hte liungts, mont
'ue So-Yed1f' tree- like tmariks mat'de SI"PI'
>t I he skin by lightning mn'e rea;lly ".ki
mily c'ongestedL blood(1 ltessels.- In- No
(ri4'Ig~, her' e
~ **~ .. theO I;
'. S. p liiutubI, dliret'Cor of the Iludianta muoth
ittin, r'epots au week' 5 et o151(f a She
ersey ('ow Iwne it bIy the staitionl fitu'
htat shows 24t8.4t pliidls (of inilk fame
md( l15.35 poundt~ls of fat int the seveni told
latys. 'l'he (icaml was also c'hurnettd, it Il
01d onel-four itih liiunces. of coinnier'ciail -lIons
buti .er1, sal ted lone (litnICe to t he - Ni
poinuitl. 'l'he cow w~ais purlchiasedl at
a pl dic sale ini ludiinapolis ittn 1890
Such ai (low wouildl he chteapl at til
$200, eveni if nto aic('out wuas tatkeni lof 'a
the valuett of her' calf. 'Ilhe amiouti i r. e
Of but 1tr shte woul1 d mtake, ov'er the TJ'h
cos)t. of hter f'eed pet' year', wotuldi palix
eaisilyI ztntttt. lto thle 'intet'est ont biI
$500H. We( have ntev'er bieen sat isfied statIL
w itlth the waty thte average farmitetr es- the
Itiutes ihe valute tof a good ('ow. \'e lil "l
htave hteardi matny a nmin say hte wtiiuhl liras
ntever' paly $100( for' a ('ow, becauset~t mittLi
W~te ' ttwas 'n'ver a 'lcw that wasZi (l
wothl it. 'I' he Iirtsl tt itnciple a lus- "" .tt
Iiness tmait hais tot learni in gettin g Ihis
mtar'kel than whlat it willI bring itn Si"'l
intst 't. 'I' he iteres'l'5. t nI 1)0 is$11. lih
ofi butter(' itt a year at twetnty cents a a
pioltnil, pays fo'r her keeinig' andl $40( """1tt
ovet'. 'I'hIis is thIe itttet'est at. six per faci
ei. wn $ja11;;. i11; Yet theret. ar'e will
Stousanids oif mlent whIo Wouid n(iot tite
paIy' $100 i flor i uchi aL 1ow. Aniy ini- *
v'estmiient that wl'liId pay3 t~he oritgi- in
nal sim ittinvest ed in two y'ear's andl a ''1
half would lie snappedtiup v'ery ait C
quiickly by any~ good Iiinancier. (ilod
butsintess undt~ei'staniniig andl Ii nantcial io~
judi~gmient ar'e as greatIy" une.'ded in if U1
this business of dlair'y farinig as itt plat
batikin1g.- Ioard'st. Jhiiry~nwn. cu~
$o~i x ? ixA 5(ONS FOR I I)Alt ii 10 - I
Eai's.-Any mtani wh'o doues ntot. chip
take timew for exercise will prob~ialy actit
have to mlake timie to be ill. will
Body and mind are both gifts, and1( char
for the proper use of temi our I
Maker' will 1101( us responsible. chtar
Exet'cise gradualiily increases the tainI
physical poweors, and gives mtore v
strengthi to resist sickness, g ,,
Exercise will do for' yourl hlody takli
what itntellectual trainintg will (do as8 1
for your minid--educate and~ strength- SCee"
Plato called a man lame because !m
.,cercised the mind. while the tho
wis t-lways allowed to attffei. wha
soutid boyt lies at tho foundla- reOat
>f all that goes to makb life a men
ss. lxereise w ill Ihelp to give it. A
ercise will h-lp a yoiing man to tory
it clslite life. in i
ried, light and brisk exe1-oise, forc
to sleevp, w-ilIl rest the tired bi'aini taug
thanl any %thing" else. Solet
tai will rust if not. used, ald are
Jdy will become diseased if not turA
nual "too busy' to take care of "'
tealth is like a workman too finai
to shtarpenl his tools.- Aew mor
,J USTIC A FTIC LuAW. Itre
ung1 Wolnalm Wats $150,000 It'
lr- BIacaCh Of Pr-OiIS. the
rgo Law, president of street rail- righ
backer of pugilists, all-round 6.1
.nd man-about-town, ianages at fot' it
Lw intervals to get, his name into It
wspapers and to be talked about man
SpeOple of Gotham. He is t0o alwa
nown to need any further intro- mai
I to the .public. It has been that
a year since he was the sub- Casio
dimussion, and now he coies evidt
-d again in the role of a defen- a U
ri a breach of promise suit. tion
i Josephine Mack is the plaintilf- insti
ants $150,000 as balim for wound- part
ections, lacerated feelings and may
iointed hopes. She h:as secured the
Linsel that emninient attornoy, lay
l Robort G. Ingersoll, and the
'y less well known ex-Assitaut
et, Attorney, Prancis L. Well- U
As is generally the case wheni
ch of promise suit is brought, A Fa
Mack's story would furnish the
f a novel, it is so full of romanco.
plaintilf is not quite twenty one '
old. She resides with her and
r1' a -t No. G East Thirty-fourth ga
Miss IMack claims that she your
Ir. Law in 193I. She was in- inlot
Led to him at at dinner. At first and
iuainltance was Itmerely a formal fohat,
and there Was tio suggestion of hr
naking for qiuite a Liltie. tiinall te :
lack's faler died and left her
r'y valied at $si,ou. It couldw
Ie disposed of promptly, and as phys
lacks were in need of retdy money tan
applied to NI r. 2Law for a loan, aii,
ng the property its security. He am
eed the moley to NI iss NaIack on hav
s alleged that lie then became a t111
ent caller on Miss Mack, visiting her
Sthihoen 'ifthl avenlue and herf
lotel \Valdorf, where they residet'
while. In the coiplaitit it is al
that diiners weregiven in linOr wo
U plaintiff on \-Iir. ILaw's yacht I S
atnd that numerous pleasure o
were taken in tihe boat, on all of a1
I occasions Miss .lack and her and
Lr were the favorite guests. won
"I it an iou clemendnt was publish- ut
tile newspapelrs 10. tole eloCt that out I
la:w was engaged to Miss lack. ari
tiateient was denied by a repre- Ii
tive of IMr. I aw's, but, at the Sim
titie ruintor was busy, and NI is, awa
's friends now declare that tehea
t was true, niad ought, to Iavk oE I
contf irmed .\l iss Niaek alleges
-r* com1plaint, that MIr. Law hadkt bom'e
love to lier and askecI hert to u ]l
te his wife. 'T'le dat.e for tihe a lo
ilg was fixed, and it was post- tit
I at i Mr. I aw's request, it is
s Mlack states that atbout :g ve
dir. Law qunit cailIing~ ',ni tier, ant n
-h shte r'~eetedly wr ote to hii and1101
ei xplaniatlon, she tneveir got any ot
teti'ah'1 She r'eadt the antiotinee-fo
n the \newspaper's onl Sept. 21, ,
of Alr'. I'ZW's mua2riage to NIiss
Smi1th. S'hoe news ptrostiated 3 n
ant foi' a loo.g time she was illoft
nerlvouts priostraition. WVhein she or ,I
ar'tiully -recovetoed, whl ie b was six '
is ago, she birot. ght suit in the .'
g foi' $1510,000) damages for' breaeb kne
im iso. diebt
their Aliss Mack, hter moithert, nor1 they
Lunlt51, will discuiss 2,he suit. btut tliar
~tter acknoleltdges th.t thbe coin- ratl
t. against Ailr. iLaw is saibstalntial- bant
set foirth above. Nliss Mlack's l(i'o(
er is a veiry well-knowti wotmatn.sr
has been1 i ntoeoted in many teat'
0 nlterpriises. She is (iuite a tie
iIry wVoman~i tand hats aetquiredl stomie he
as a 1oct11uier'. NIatny stoiis are it
of George lI .w's eccenti'icities. Ithtei
saidt that lie once took a otrowd to it
arts to Satratoga. atnd befoi'e thecy hain
the Springs $30.000 of the mil- Tl'
ito's mioney had changed lhanids. the
wv Yot'k Niorining AdIveitiser. git
. .. afte
AlIege(I Tr'ioinlhi's Iinsutle t he ,lii
till.\l u tl er
ore hias he' n a 'reat, dea': in the the
laetiion att C emitsont Co, llegec. TIh ce ill
w'as2star'ted by' an article itn Thie m
2, andii it, see ms1 thtat a at, miee ting of g re'i
,iu-di' of trutstee.s it few weeks ago
tlyhpoi in te d to Iilnvestigiate th e stat te --
a it's at the col lege.. This comi- bicy
'1 consists of Selmto~r TilIlmanttI, whc
It W. Simpson antd lIIon. .. . phe
Idson. In oi- last, istue we ha 4
sled initerv iews w'i th the Iirlst two side
1(m11en in whic.h they' dli fered as to hap
ma~ttter, Sentator 'Ti I llmani say intg 'Ten)
2wias dissatisfacet ion anld Col. sail
15on .say Lng ther'e was none. So mnas
oplinion11 of NI r. I )otnaldson , the d'q~
imember)21 of the comminiittee, is of 1'c03
nial interest., atnd for thiis r'eatson e -ui
('lt'or foir The NIotuntIaineer01 Sj c
h t NI r. I )oaahkon and1( a- ked himt at d
he hatd tto saty aboutt the dlIssatis- ti e
on) at Cleon)5t. lIe wa~s per2ifec(tly and1(
ng tlhe pub~tlic shlnId k now abonuit hoh
utttor andi saidt: age.
I atgree wvithi most of whIat, Goy. forti
'tan sahl1 in h1is r'iteent i nter'vie cO(ovi
gat td to the miatter'." but
heo is, theon, some1 d issattisfactiton sail.
30 of inivestigattion wats appIointed thti
's that thle botard wished to know
ICe'o wats any just cause for' com1
tt. Th~lere is an evident undorci- -
ant of dilssatuisfatction among the tow
the matter' thorough Iy and make 'attt
11, r'eport oif the State (of ailfairus. I eve,
wYill hotw to the li no and lot, the wont
a fall where they' may. We arie A ft,
ag inl thle bhlf oi thit ple1l and mer
sei've the'ir mter'ests." an
3o you thiink thiere will ha. any sh iJ
ges in the faculty Y'" siou
I f thte commtilttee sees that any was
gos ari' necessary, they will cor'- The
y' reommend tllt hat, they be madoh." the
Ilhas the mechanltflic 1 dopairttment i'W
t has not. It is a groat under- to at
ig to establ ish such a dhepartment .fust
to want andi~ we have not yet the
'ed( exactly what is desired, btat I of hi
say, we are oti the road to it. ahut
e is no fault to fInd with the and
gomtl'i (of thlis (lanniitmnei, tpnt i
have not been able to atccomplisl
t we want. It will take years to
h1 that poillt."
Jow about the agriciltural dcpart,
Phat has not been at all satisfac.
sinply because It has not beer
ned with an adequate teachinp
E. Entomology, geology, mini
gy and metallurgy should be
lt. A professor of veterinari
leo las already been elected. Wt
undeavoring to make the agricail
I department a success."
What have you to say about thL
ffin attendance ?"
elat has been due largely to tih
cal depression which halts affected
A legos. It ha, not hurt Clemsot
tan any other college. Thei
3 were at first soace adventurou.
who went to Clenilson to see wla
LIuld be and the 'lv a h
edge taken oly of them and hav
ire the other deoartients beside,
and iniehanical, al
have heard that there is roon
nlprovernent In some of them."
Is understood that Senator Till
and Mr. Donaldson have no
ys agreed upon the policy aut
igoment of Clemson College, and
their differences have been oc
nally very marked, but It iE
mt that they are now agreed upor
orough and comlp!ete investiga.
>f all coin pilatits in regard to th<
tution. This will insure an in
al ox posure of any defects whic1
exist and it will be expected tha
whitewash brush is not going tC
a part inl this investigation.
,I'WMI'ly FOR NEUltAILi I.
uiil aiar lant. i(ala~ie(l to be 1
icph Bonaparte, Ox-king of Spaii
Naples, and elder brother of th<
t Napoleon, lived for a number of
5at I3ordentown. lie and Com
)>r Stewart were close friends,
t was on the advice of the lattei
the l''renchmani mnatle his ho<i
number of years oi the banks o
)elaware. One day a workman of
ipart'se was attacked -.o violently
neuralgia thaIt the attendinl
ILian said le could iot live ioriT
a day or two, unless he obtained
r. The sulferer- had the agonizing
ont all through his body, and
in such torture that death woult
tills crisis the piroverbial old wo
appeared, and the poor fellow, by
bIreetions, was swatheld from heat
ot in the common buridock leaf
nty -four hours liaiter le resut imet
in the haytield.
me tiIIIe afterward neuralgia seiz
tewart's righ t leg, and forced hl iti
ied. lie suffered exeruciatintgly
when lBonaparte sent the saImt
an to him Ile told her le would
)it to any experiment that helt
lope. Tihe wonian came with a
it i of burdock leaves. fromi whihe
had removed the ribs, and th
was bound in theii. A ftler a tiana
att fell asleep. and ,i i nol
(en for hours.
hen lie opened Iiis eyes there was
ain in the tim b). le sipposed
ver. it was because lie had se
LI ain easy positioni, and lie lay foi
g time withliout Inoving. Finally
vay of experiment, lie timidl
hed his great toe: there wit.
eri ng t,vinge. Then lie worke
ankie still there was no pain
Sthe whole limb was swung back
forth with imuchi vigor. The nex
ent the happy victim emmittet
ts and 'eaped out upon01 the Iloor
lhe neuralgia wats gone.
mm iodore Stewart, was later ii
niand of the Il'hiladelph11iaL nav)
,and lie told hiis brothber tmhlicer,
e wonderful remedy.
some months afterward," said ho
rais surprised by a call from severa
~s, wives of the olilceers whom i
v, i inquired to what I was in
ed for the honor of the visit, anti
relied thbat they had called t<
kc im for miy remnedy for the iieu
ia, which I had told their hus
s, and which in their cases hat
need the happiest resuiits. I as
ci them Ihait I was very glad ti
1 that such was the fact; but wher
sid the neuralgia wvas in theci
Is, I expressed regret that them
thave beer, obliged to part wvitI
hair. 'Oh), no.' they made hasta
iswver, ''we just, tut it, onl ove thu
,and it anisweredi perfectly.'"
ie commiiodore alwiays resorted ti
)iurdock, for, of course, the neural
wats Iliable t return. Ilie fout.d
.ri irig a goo d deal, tnat it waI
eto a!.tack himn ini the wrist, ii
bi event a nlever- faiiling remed
at hand. There were always
e number of the plants growinj
ng the seasoni on his plaec.
ie method is to remove the rib
the leaves and theni simpllly bini
ii over the part alfected, every p)oi
of whiiich should1( he covered1. 'Th
Iady e. 'tainly can hurt nio one, an
ha the mleans of pireventing
.t deal of siuffering.
A\ ndrew Spene is plerhaps 'he on'.
ele missionary in the world. li
rl is rigged wahtl various parn
-tiliat and wieirhis in pouniids. Il
riggedl it wvitlh a sail and guts ctie
r able aid from the wand wheni
pens to be blowinug just right. Th
Coimmnandminnts aure printed on th
for the benefit of shiners anti th
ts and yardarms are used for tii
lay (If religious charts wh len th
ele missionary Is I hlarangning
rd. These charts, according t,
a eo, show wh len ime shall eml
what shall be the signs portend in,
anni hilaition of the utnighteou
the rndempi~htioni and1 reward (If th
.le is a Canadian, t63 years I
butt sinle I88 hMle has imado Cait
int hiis hiomne. I10 has atlre'ad
red about L0 mii) nlesu on h is whiee'
is diisapp~iointed ini the work of hi
wih bfrightenls all the horses hi
ts, and, owing to the chiangefe
so of the inrd, often retards rathe
aIds ihis progress.
A paistor (If a clhuirchi in a \Vester
Swvenit to his prayer mneetinig o1
raday oven g as usual, whetrc th
nid ance was very smnai ; hit thLia
in ig no( (one caimie ; even the Sex to
t away after lighting the church
r waiting hal f an hour for i
bers toI pitt in thteir applearanice
findin1 g that, lhe was the sole wot
er, lie, wvort to the boll-cord ano
ly t(Illed the hell, as the custotn
when aniyonie di sd in tho town
alarm was mnagnieti. All ovei
tow~n tho inguiry wv..s made
lio is decad Y" A number of Lih
ibers of the churoh hastened ther'
certain who was the unfortunate
then the mniter~o, descend ing
1tepsA, was initertrogated by severa
s llook : "Who's acad Y'" " Thi
chi Is dead," was the response
thon an]l there he roiigned thu
iave been a midwife for many boll
yea ",an inl eachl case whr MOTH- ""
ERS' FRIEND" wIs useId It accomplished won- I
ders and shortened labor and lessened pain. I t t
isthe best remedy for RISING OF TIll ink
*I A IA known), antd wort.h tihe prie
for thlat. a lone.
.1 rs. l. l. lrewsLer, Alontgomery, Ala.
Sent by Express or mail, on receipt, of price,
$1.01) per botile. I 'iok "To Mothers" mailed
BRADFIELD REGULATOR 00.. ATLANTA. GA.
SOLD BY ALL ,DRUGGISTS.
-idx-postmttaster. Genleral Wilson 8
Bissell has beeln offered the plaute on
the United States Supreme Court
beneli, made vacant, by the dleath of
Justice Jackson. Mr. Ilissell tieclined
tlic a)pointinent, and in giving his
redsons for declining the lionor', le is 0o
stated to h ~e Haid : "I have tried
WashinLton life under favorable ir
(3uitstancos, and I prefeir Bulfalo. I -
do not care to retur'n to Washington o
and the offer of the jUdgeship will noi au
ten)t we to tie it. I will go to L%
Mr. Cleveland, but I wvil ot cep
the olilce. I do not vant it. I would
'athe' stay in Bulralo. . o
-Antonio Maceo, the Cuban revolu
tionary leader, 's a mulatto and a
nan, ol great cilture and relinement.
Ile is well educated and Is said to be "
'uliusly foneat in his dress.
-The President has issued an order
extentling the civil service rules to in
clui(e all Printers and pi-essinen in the
excetiive departimi'ients. Ai
-Anderson's first bale of cotton was -
sold on ilOth uIt. by '. J3. Allen to -
Brown-osboeu Company. It classed Ar
fully miitling and was sold at 9 cents. .
Heart Disease Cured
By Dr. Miles' Heart Cure.
ilFaiting, Weakt or lliungry Spells, Irrogu- -
lir r ini iit rin It tent, Puilse, IPla.tt erinig or l'al- __
p1ition, Chokd ig Se.nsation., Shortness of
ireath, Swellinlg (if Feel, and Ankles, are "
syni goins of a dkiasedl or Weak I Wart.
MRS. N. C. MILLER.
Of Fort, Wayne, hid~., writes on Nov. 29, 1804:
"I was aill1te,'l for forty years' with heart,1
tr3ouible andi sulleredl untoldi agonly. I hatl W
*'leak, humngry spells, an1(1lilny hei.art, woubI ti
,alpiltalt eso h~arnI, t he pain, wiu hilibe so acuit o
.n( tii' orturing, I hatt. I beeinttie so weak ant
.rvouls I 'ouhl1( not, sleep. I was l.rete4l by
several phiysielalns without, retlief ianci gavo
i p ever tbelng well agaIn. A bout, two yours
. I coniiineniet usinig I)r'. M iles' Rtemiodlls. W
& .10 bottle of the I toart. (luro stopped alt
I 'earit. troubles an111 tihe lIest orativye Nervinie
dl~d the rest.u.anil now I sleep, soundlly an11( at
- eti to lily hiouisehoh1dl l social dlutlies with
ou t. iainy i roublei.
Sol by druggists, hlook sentfree. Addiress 8
SDr. M1 ilets 51tia ('o., 11k hart,,I id.
e heqickiiiitiilt hav iile nu to
3 tanle iil.st veryn lii er14 l o le tin
in 111m sliti's toi seecure at least oneo
iusiiiuer ii e'very '11.t iillco ini
IIt'e nxt Blit ys, P'iense reitit thiis
a oiver't isenmltntotrefuy unnt senmI at. tA
Outr great oler No, I eiiiixists of oneii "
S -ot hI il I li'ulIromi iuiito I I wi lahrge Ar
itresori- ul wi 2x21 b~eviel uirr'or, onie
harge Wiashitant, it ihmublo door e
- itill iih tiwer', 4one u-luoot. ikulst(enal tull -
S withI. 'ThIs st1 itO ofii ifitrniue is .
I hiin $t. a1 toti. t ink for' onice that
El i t is a lit tle eaip u iti o, lfor we aissui re __
yolu It is not,, htt a hIarge, fulIl-iz o
sut I't et'inil toanyl hing on the, inarket. m
in ord er to stirt thle sole of thbese. -
site's ai'l to keep oir Ilien toisy a ii
inii rouluce iour businetss ini youii rinelggi
tioroi, w.e agr'ee to sh ip one snite
Sii I ih fori'$15, whe li'ihIe eashi couinest
witl h I h' order. Thluis actver t isrntent,
will p~ossibly appeariii t wlee in this pia
- pjr, . herfi're'ieii i you arie int erestedl,
t, eti t hisont1 andmo senmI wilh Ii an tl~iuihe 'T
e, suite' will iin-shippedi to youi. It It is "
not ju ist as represe'ntedo you may 1re
' itr I'lh le Sa tt ill 411 ('Xr expense0 andi
3 yur $15 will bei r'funh ii~.i o youi. thur
I i ons ofi rare' hii ruinis inde house (mur
' oihiig goodhs wu ill tbe si'nt Iii you yp
it on aipp.liini uon. ~
Th'le itle aboi ve. dlesoib 104 i a sp'e- a
holtiobagin tint ioes nut atppeair in thit'
wtrite 141 Irliltsains ol thIs uite,
anid whIle y1ou aire rilyhting witin
sonte 41ne else ilutn get the bairga in.
' W a~issur yi ou1 tit we wIll not ship
1 hlI on1e4 suiltt' in tu nei o'ghboirhoodic -
- at this I44.0 AftIerone'sute itsashien D
,di phii~l ini thei iieighborhood liithe N<
1rie wtill gi.oa l t 5:Itll 10.
L.. F. PADGETT
a ho sell O rgans~ anct Sewing .\lahies. Will
'Iay salaryv fromii $24 lioi$(;i.
We wan Itto~c Irole l'iinno's, O)rganis and
Sewing' 1 .\lch'--es lou' ten 1'uil hiorscs li nlor
'wr to Ic.elwmlg Iil(ima ittol iain it a liiisbi
W Mrite Io
A lliXAN Nl)l01 llltos. st (-.)
1 (mOcinville, S . O
ABOUT WINDOW FR AMES. "
IV rito1 Ir hi theani ~r wo.. Icr brick Pul
princlip. ilic.ill ij ons1-tructed.i in thie tanite Jac
suilgs wIch we' att nua 14 wctow 'rdmest
tilatirnal anid eiinllo ,iig il'- l~r sele t s#d
cavejoiu a 1if(toperly liined ad theFra'me W.
I brat -d. fociry am t:il lPerfectly and 0
AUOUSlTA LUnMBER. C.,
P I ImV3
PIW and 00Plete Treatment, conststin o
L18 of Olntmen, Capues of intWnt and two
areand do ee. It mal ato
tenfl and elnje oe of. carbolio acid, which
ingJ indsehom, a pormanent cure, and often
5 terrible rid n ,ce~ Wh endure
9e0 to curetay a We un antee a
ite received.. 01a it b, onfy pay for
krautees Issued by our ao for $5. Sent by mail.
INSTIPATION ured. P1es Proventa,
gat LIVER f ind aO a and ea se P to
JODl PU FIR mall, R ULTR4n
s, epecially adapted for chid and slea a o
outd. d1noUe 0Vs
UABANTEE8 ismued only by
Carpontor Bros . Greenville. s C
1UTHElsh RAILWMt u..
PIEDMONT AIR LINE.
NDENHED SCR EDULE OF PASSENG Fit mATES.
Northbound No.38 No 36 No.12 No. 18S
ly 28th, 1805. Daily Daily Daily ExSun.
Atlanta timo 12.00i 9.00 p) 7.50 a 4.35 p.
At lanta ie tim 1.00 p 10.00 p 8.50 a! 5.3 p.
Norcross...... ........ 10.40 1) 9.33 a 6.26 p.
liurd........ 7 p
Gaiiosville.. 26 p 11.4 It135 IL 7. 15 .
Lul ............12.05 I 10.68 a 8.01 It
Cornelia............12.32 u 1122 a 8.25
Mt. Airy...... a 11.26 a 8.30
oa........ 1.04 a 11.0 i.
Westmitister .........1.43 a12.24 ).
Senc ...............2.2 i 12.41 1.
Central ..... .. 44 .M i .0 pI*::*:'
Ureenvillo .... 527 1 3.29 a 2.14 1'.
Spartanburg..8 4.2t . S ....
Giaffneys.... ..05 a 4.10 .. ...
0lack6burg 5.21 i 4..
X ing1 s Mount'n. .45 a 6.00 P
Glastonia.............08 a 5.28 P.
Charlotto. ....20 P 6M a .241)P.
Dainville .... 12.00 a 11.4- 1)11 p.
Richmond. 1.00 a 4.40 111 ..00 a. .2.
81 .1g t 6. 42 8 -..1.30 1)p................
8.06 . 11.206
i )hia. . 10.1 . . 3.43
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Daily Dily l.'ily ExSuI
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Now York P.11.11 4.30 1)12.15 i.......
Plliladollphia.. 0.65 7.20
Baltimore-. . . . 9.20 1.1.42 ............
Sashilngton.. . 10.43 p1..
ltlCli11nond ..... a1 12..% 0
Danvillo....... i' 6M) 7.'1 1 .
CIotto..9.35 I L P2.211 i.
CintStu11%...... ......1135 .0t 1) ..
Kia~C~ont'I.. .p 1.35 p .p.
HIR lI~hurg.. 10.47 it 12.1:1 1t .5' - - .1
(l YS ....... ....12.14) 11 2.22 1.2 -
m iartaburg.. 11-:17 it I hid a :t.(J a.
Oreei'aville.1229p 1.52 a 4.4 p.
1.16 2.2.4 4 u a p ..
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La'ydNow York n4. pA21
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