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11eremr le -re vil -onalc
BY Pnt W. F. 'u1.' im .1. -ti
The Legend of Cesalr's Head.
I.ike g11it kings, inke1I hnt in all t
A111w twied by olle long Ve11ar1it ha,111n1
Of garlintids hiIt eiIW't.ille Ilhei.
'he nouitaii: of the Ibr Rid0,ge I slalnd
A nanitians e' r the enllS tle anI I 1111d
Tfiat east anl i west lit. 'n 1t,111.
'Their gorgeOlls e'1tiinpy onl h hg
The dolie i s o' ile siiipiiih r s ty
WI hith itilli Its spat Itll (1% or
\* le iAvery tl n
L~ike incenlse smo val "al-1b
( s et isfilig r iay il 111 t 'ri i .
E1141h1 giant king's I [ghil h n u eaves
'ptivi e f li' Iili en4l 's
AI00h gow s i1 hese lill 1n 1 rehs 11il1 their'inti
\ t 114150 lt i S tii 'V I i i' 'ii l tu e lii
liii vei 41111. lie 111 111 ts'i-l 014
I \l i r i i i i e eel k st l e i s 1 i i l d ' s ,
li t Ilrl e sk ullli oist l l .' ltitie ptils. .
'Ihe (ir 1.1tnIvs 1al whoSe gorge tis I rail
.\rl 11411' 41i .1111tis. (111-41i howliter.
Withdrlawnt bethind N igtssahh. screen,
Each (Ihky thley vihange thir wadroh
i ei l,.
A sse lius in y dletorillille ;
11 spring liti s tnti llit ' (.1 54rali grt'll.
N1ti #111111. ut11 4: li witle t94.in 'll Ih 44'4
I it millil i br .' Nil IftI:1 -lm :14vl
Inl Winter spow less 4 ruliile.
.'nlike airhlI's king4 h whose lelight
Arne petty f'etifis WI'er hiunt *ll rights,
or e:ltises st l nd il i o, 'I\ l
O)r chl111ish piagi .t oo 'l lu t iis Ill s
Oir s I.e 'imi-111-s.l t V I|h I: i4 'ii'' 4 hts.
ti Ilig Ii fI H i ll 41\ 4 4 i a,'
TI'hes' 4lnlo 4vl . Itl' it)'t prolomll
Ily 11wv :1(1d Slverv wa'd l mou l,
And 11ni lni14 i 's 01t. gr(in s ;
A 1the ti t inva14e4 their l i - b rs grIi lnn
Lilathe lt itsgre"s the~r 1iglmsh t
They1 W kiel p their hatll' t 11 p44 s.
Andil yet, in ecase thley om-(- shoubd itueet
T tati('11lIsruI)114. pre ar , ('t 1 1 11 sent'
iight no ele, I 1 -41 ou l"ll s, royal,
W ith e erV9l l pIrt e4i er .(. 1-t
To entt11.in oaIb ik - 11 nd11 4ti4
01) Vas. als br ive .411 lo il.
1 ike fattiniu s, I royr lilt.) tne,
Whose jets (if splitty branchvi lt the votte
IN gire I l I'ans lle uni ilted,
The 411u11s tt that katiser-t bron
1Rise IplunIih in4i thil l 4ther's j.ollp
An y vallitats 11111 illult.
Which, stronig At thiis, heralin'.1
Cut, ehiseled from the I Vinig wall
Upon their tielts' twowdbe-s,
WIth tll. -chinerI. court mil 11
And cre,4ed airin- viiisesz boadj at talli,
Awtl diesks ani entiiile hohh-rets.
lIere, froni t tilt h eee lln. Ve I it gaze
Sweeps o'o', a1 SiltVi ol woillitile 11111/.
Nigh 4 to tl t. h e -ail $ I ',,if,
1S11.' W114- it ' 1944 411IM" ti 1 11113.~lZ
it Ir wi ng I lo nI I ll fllh glaze
I I f nl elV ' 1's ci I .lea- Ilue or 4. lin i.
FulI 111111tny set f y11 t 4r4s it 4o4r a 94v
Th1is rock Itill loya i c 14t of Still(.
Sulpaolssinz Ihloseof 1h61e
l h st4: Is Ii l's N t141 h1 nd11 1 'a141 1 1114
A Drmtrun's Fanp,-, I he-ir ilit ; in-rla ,
.1indl4 Sitaini 's D ning Talb4 .l.
And yeI lot' all thet sitrgst freak
1 11 041( i . lilj ai k.
W%'fit 1 h i 41'n Vs fi- 1o'de's 14k111,
W il 14 d1p sunk1 eye illl h1ollow -k
l it' 44 , i th r41 n d11 p11 si rcastie.
The Sphyllix volos -al by lII. Nin.,
'I'h til aa1lsk tin Efl lthant-'s I..e
P laced byv1 11114 -' 1f N9i- n-,
Wol il li t' ilil 411wars .l lI y nis wh
11114t V1t'is 11.114' ilw gvii 's.t.
wI %-(- til' f4i'll bli 114 i .l Vi w
T i1t1 idaii 1 \ lie t.I VVP i s igt' I itI
u ( il im i'. tll t '' t g j.; wid
W 4l, 11L43111 4011 o 14-1% 1. 'il), I. % .,
nk i ' weon hs it- w; e (41t -fo-.1
.% il bilg 1o i1 i t llilt skil MW. 'I11,
IIdItV*'bat' ihiO lll, r.1 r
Too wh t' clhwn ih'll it-titk li,g N r ti
. e l itt 111; 1 UT'oi-D ht-e lia.i II.it ;1 Iti n
li I - t.o ill o d y Ihl It- ohir i
Tht' dispatredit Tfgorev~er4 gh'tti
* Th ath o il hle r h (it , c w ltens i. hin h
.Isron the .\ay nd nightwitill orlolnds
Alu iti wit the' rl~ogeVothe 1cr
31'1n1telii 140 h it an p
4 i t$sIhat * 11 1 ' Fa. an in ntt
Folled in his first. aittei)pt to bind
'Ti'h:l. 'aile Farce over to his kind
lBv stneIie Iinimattatt,.
'ti' lied Matti, to his ttic resigned,
Iletieefor. h i'wai.ed, enlIn of ni1tid,
'ri'e coiuiig of t ne New Main.
Sire thit one enin.e that sell-santie ye'ar la
'lhat. Paitlid Fatee ltrh lost its sneer; in
It hail funilled its mission!
A higher Maite lut i banished Fear
A id relegated to tlie rear
'The Age of1 Sauperstit ion !
-- - of
What One Woman Did., Si
A New Eingland fariner in reduced
ciricumistances Contrived to eke out at aj
living by selling Vegetables from dc
door to door inl the nearest coast or
A volig (lighier was his house
keeper-, fellow-lj)oreoI inl the ields r!
and companion oil I e road. She i
was a brigIt girl, with a hu'nger for c
kliowlerle which -e.r meagerl sclool- i
ing had oily .elved to set on edge. L
\\'ell her father juiIiiped from the
n\ aon to go indoors and sell his g
W.0r(1s, she ieinainied belind to wateh t
illhe horse, and employed her leisure o
inoe)(1nlts in studying at (reek gram
nir,11. 1it I he sinai 1, resolu te head on .
her shoulders there Was rooin not i
Oinly l fot her father's accouints With
his (usomilers, h t ilso for intlections, I
coijigations and para dig ins as dry 1
its his sandy griden in a Ilidsmlt ier
The father died, leaving to Ihis 1
silent, miiot.h3erless gir it l ahouse anI
t ruck farm, but, no motey. She
was forced to suipper herself; and,
not kiowing low t) to alything 4
else, she went I oln with (lie faruin workI
and vegebible petbing.
Sihe wore high top hools, dressed
like a innit. wor'ked inl (iIt- gai-deni
vith h nl i rake ts i hfaitiher hlo
(one, took ellt of I le ais ail so:l
veger(tabileis ini Itwn.
Toilsone as was her lif'e, sill h d
at an1(itote for loneliess-thout:v
of I ali itn l ("n Greek. She lidl 114o
kiow hoa).w ii was to be bvdone, but hile
liu i 14hspair of filling le.rSelf I
bie a tearb--i.. Hotr well ihonibed(
gnn nir wa always, onI thel( wagon-I
seat when she dlv do Itown. I lera
Voice conld be heard onl the road
ntil ng ~lf the conjutga us of' Ihe
Vverbs. Whenl her Slipper was cook-I
edi :iiii eateni, she haIl an hour by
ottlin in he coaS town, caugh1
sight of' her-1 ill one of his dr4 .
;M be had beenl hoeti n- corn1, aund, wh: v
fretig I ner iit I , was stut ing
her fIoitM'd her hini th'.i
The <h l-iol ofi eh i banl- S lig
h to C'n -k ce w , ifed his nhuriniion.
I I nade. hi e :n-41. 11,'i 1i 1cv. an I*f.
f-d heri I he posiI'ion of n i ovae -
rcta- in his oflice, wi1t h leisurev forl. -
nteri a he howws ent aip.-IihIe
nishw di. 1 tl ean-illid. SbI hrone
a lad~v of relh i t lniitv n..
len a lerl |aifit'. le ,sie e th
'\ in Il ale fit ions tn b-r
ofn ii htin an fowlhok. ot' nwic 0L
lti ti an ~' i poratai b n ta New, I
hituln soo'l.( lv Ierv tin h
IpLralsin he ohti' hl-, wh'ere she
conct lll~ltiss,110 it luni schoo| foi' boii.h
Illy ors or coleoe
Santeh Fua 1 li f tie show ed awoi a,
e iuiii hen piin-i wile hs a sitron- i
etinotur. Titi Wppotnk for abnt.
ning1 her I i-i lbor toldeve. ii
haoi ctiome toheif e hard nt peri- to
wtI ell s torish polai(. I.ie~'xit i
Wl~' hat Oe~ Boy id.te111-b
tetIl Chel nie ofirlt wtht agentI?. C
inan in i is ity old us n t l n
1111tini Ihuld boy.iu W hi ali'Oici'n. aO
Ii hneh iij t. illso ration ihceSa' n a P
foile iieit t' ol l'heo .'. P(ead
\t's of hel ag of toni yealrsthie boy
buoh il iehi ai fol-house for hi chl la
woihing wunau eve pad by25 All soa,
who this ta the oysa sopnsewic w,
twasn nt born byat the k ong fanie t
andhisott~e t sine'time otu" ~~oflI 1 sc o t
werswll voe to crn forlwteC~IS d e and t
thoig i f1 l'. k ~ewre at
uhe busess and it waso foodefr bin Mh
Ittafughs himh Isav ihWiit.
STATE NEWS IN llRIEF.
teresting Notes from Various Sour
--Ground was broken oa Saturday
it for the erection of an iron foundry
Darlingt.m. It Will have a ble.st
Mace w ith a capacity of 2,000 pounds.
--An effort will be made to have the
usti;utional convention change the
lcial name of the South Carolina
ate Lunatic Asylum to that of tl
outh Caroline State Hospital.
-Mose Jackson, who several nights
,o throw a stone thcugh a car win
ow of the night train near Mltroie,
C., striking one of the passengers
the arm, has been arrested and
dged in jail at Saluda.
-f there is n1o cyclone this year the
ce planters of South Carolina will
robably make money for the liist
me in some years. The .Japanese
'op is to a la go extent a failuru, and
int raised in this country is not enough
>supply the demand.
--Suporvisor Scott, of Union, sug
ests a general meeting of all tao
ounty Supo eisors of the State during
lo month o October for tle pulrpose
( consulting togoior upon the opera
ion of the now county government
iw, the best method of working the
ublie roads, utilizing convict labo;',
--A farmer in Orangeourg County
ast week sold a lot of thirty-sov' .
ales of clitton w hich was raise in 187h.
'i) Is (otton has been stored away for
wenty years and the owner duriog
hat t, me could have gotten 15 cents or
inro por pound for ulie whole lot, bitt
vas lobably holding it foe 25 coni .,
1,1d a ter twenty years decided to se- .
-Tile large fruit crop and the abm -
lant corn crop have induced a numibetr
)f txopic) thn ro.tg hout the Stato to
Ally for authority to run disiileices.
A great many corn 1i1(11101' btills have
been licensed in tile upper Ipart of the
Stateu. The inttention is t-> sell as
inuch of Lihe produet as Iossibl to the
State. ''b b0andy is, illeries are
intended m1ios~iy for- home coustlmp j)tlon.
There have been gu il- a num inber of d is
till eries si.ILul inl the State dirin.'
tibe last year, and somie few (f Lew
have rniangedi to get the Sta' o i hdLIC
their 0out,putL of COIi liu(o'. '' , cap
ness of corn may indIlnnce t: e ce of
-- 'lie p)oino ill the southeastern
I(ortLion of A obevifle County are very
nueh excited on aecoi nt of the discov
-fy o ho'nIC richl g4old finds. Some
oIty tons of mliling maznclhinerIy have
),en rece ived Ieon, 'nnsylvan 'a and
,he Mining is to be carried oi ex
ensively. The richest finds have been
n Watkue," ll-anhet, at the foot of
Little Mlountain. This is in the ii
media', section of the Dorn nine.
w1ich ins not, been worked since the
0w1a', but bUfore the war1 mo.e than at
million (olla's of gold had been taken
frolnt the l)i nile. Since then tile
miino has beien forsakun, and only occa
-onal ly' have nuggets been taken froin
,1udge Townsenl lis decideId
'ase i t vol ving thne title of a boul~t $.3,
10, belonging to tie estate of ANI
lui lia If. Clarke, (ieCeased, who inho-'
'd it frontm her uncle, l'. T. larniu.ii
he great showitan. Tho property
lue.stion is situated in the States
otILb CIa'oliitna, ConneLe tit, K ans.
Lud New York, and the <Itostion r.
su was wvhether' the iil of Mr's.
l arke shoul d b~e constn'ued acco, dli"
o) the laws of South Carolina or r' -
.tiigto the laws (If each of i 0
-ttecs in whichl the priol -rty ii-s
s.ituated, and it realty meant wbujithbu.
lie' husband shnoul innher'it ttie p .
e rl~' yt or whe'ther at, the dea~thi on*;
c nhi it, shiounld go to i1 r' Clarnko's e,
ti kes. Iy tihe dee-sioin of .judgo Tia
ei'iu the will is i'om.sti'rued favorable ti
SUI''i' ANIJ flI'AND).
['le stat isca I'(Isition of' Cotton-A
Spiitet C(omipetiltin Ilet w~eeni Eancal
anti l".)reigns llyy3ei.
A twoodl. \'iolett, & Co., of New York,
co~d out tihe following cirncular:
'flhe statistical piosition of cotton
omia supplily aind demnanid p)ont (of
'ew is nowv what, tue South should be
btonough ly acqunainted itIh in ord r
bat .tney inay gover'n themselves in
io d ispo(sit,:on and movement of wvhat
.ioy ar'e to produce during the cur
'nit season. The crop of the season
ist, ended real ized 1,001 ,000) bales.
xports oun (g tu past season have
eon ui,700,00l0, const'quentdy :,200,000o
ales have to be accouintedl for in this
titn'r. Accordnng to T1he Newv York
h.-~oi ie 11n Saturday last. there was
v'esible supl~y in this countr'y, at
nurts anid weekly reported intor'or'
iils of ::I1,100), leaving, say 2,900,0J0
nit had gone ouit of sig it, and tiber':
ire, itoI the hiands o~f Amorel'eaai
linner's. Southbeen mills have, pr~a, -
cal ly, no stock, and it is a conse've.
ve est, 'mate to say I hat No. the
>'l ni-i's hold as in cn a. 2.50,000. '1'
cold * epre'sent an actual consumption
n' twelve mionthbs, ending 3lst ulItimo,
.2.ti50,0'0. I nasmuch, hiowevei ,a
Ith golod teii and~c large incre'ase in
indle powen' in thbe Saatbh, and som,
c.'easei in theo North, it, is fair' to as
mie, that asn Ameronica, Cansida and
exico I :1k 2,900,000 lnst, season, tbey
II i'requ rcn' 3,250,00i0 ihe cun'rent sca-'
n ; but, d. the gn'owing cn'op priomfise'i
1ly 7,250),(00, we can only expo,0.
)00,0000 calos against 6,700,0)00, a 1o.
P iin'opeang spinners of 2,700O,000 o
Whlat arec they to do about I .' I'Te
tlioe supply of A mwe;'ian cotton ir
n"ope on Saturday last was 1,7, 5,00)0,
d thbe invisible supIply oIf all kinds of
II si sek in l~iiro)o on Aug. Ist was
l,000J. Tlhor'ofor'e, unless FIi rpo g ets
Li di.forence of 2,700.000 out of tis
Linti y, it looks as though they wvouldl
,ve to) fa'l back upon~f overy bale (of
ible and inuvisible supply itn I~uropo
meet them'r requlreomonts.
Pl'his lhe suim andi substance of the
uiation, on a suplply and demane.
sis, andt It indlicates considerable
npotition on the part of domnestle
:I foireign spinners as to who shall
t. thle lion's share of it. The grow
crop promises tj be only about
,000 bales mloroe thtan oui' total ex
'ts firom Sept. I, 1891, to Sept. 1,
-Trhe Mi!anuinfactu "en's Rlecor'd says
it the announcenments of new cotton
lIs projected in the South dur'ng the
t three months exceed that of any,
ihhiar pleriod in the history of cott :n
1 building In thIs sectionl. Thei'e
me repoirted 77 mil s which wIll have
aggnreg-to of over 300,000 spIndles, 1
Ich adlded to the 500,000 spindles I
e0 put into mi11l1 that had been re- 1
ted pirioir to May alst, makes a total1
1,bout 800,000 spindles to be added to I
number now in operation in the
ith. If these mills are all buIlt as
hcatlens prnomise, the aggregate I
estment will repr'estent something
r $15.000,003. A large majority of t
se milla are already under construe- s
I, or contracted for, so that the per t
tage of those that are never buIlt ni
I be very small.
IS IT SIICOND SIGHT ?
Mark ivainu Gates an 1lnistration in the
His Own Expeilelce. en
The great bumnot:st, Mark Twain, is ao
a firm believer in telepatby or second 'un
sight, and in the course ol an article ho
in Harper's Montily he narrates the a
following incident ' i sustain this be- B
Several years ago I made a ce npaign suo
on the platfom with lMr. GeoegWe . edg
Cable. iW MonLicat we were honored bvt
with a recoptiot,. I, began at 2 o'clock -' b
in the a-tetic-n in a long dawing (
room in the Windsor1 Hotel. M v. Ca- sn10
ble and I ti 51d at one end or ti is room aga
and the ladies and gentlemen entered a
in at the othue end, crossed it. at that >on
ed, -uhen came u' the long le.t-hand
side, shook boands w;h Us, t:d a word .a
or two, and palsed on. ill the usual cat,
way. Mv 6 -g1, is 0o Of telescOpic Int
so;t, and I pf'osently recognpized a fa- s
miliar face among the throng of the
strangers diebting in t the dista,.it stoa
r, and siud t) myself, with su.p -ISe his
and high g--atilication: "That is Mrs. '
R.; I bad fo--otLo that she was a C - d,
nadian." She had been a great friend to 1
oi ini'e in C..rson City, Nov., inl tile wll
early days. I had not sen her or lact
heard of her for twen .y years: I had ,T
not been thinking al mt - there the
was nothing t) suggest her #) 1me, gu
nothing to bring bor(' to lly imind ; in I
fact, t ) me she had long ago ceased t i 1l t
:ist, and lir.d disappoared from my as
cUOISciousness. But I knew he in
StAntiy ; anld I saW lhe bo clear'y nat ioll
I was able to note som1e of the pat ieu the
lars of her dr'ess, and did note them,
and they remained in my mid. I was
impatient for her1 to Collie. Inl the W(
midst of the imaud-shakirgs I snatlled
gli up)es of her- and noted her- progress Thi
with the slow-moving ille across the
end of the roomii, then I saw her start,
up the side, and tis gave ile a 11u1l Stu
front view of her face. I saw her la, ma
when she wias Within twenlty-live foot CoI
or me. LPor an hour I kept thinking ing
she must still be in tile riona soie- I
wheore and would Co1e tt last, but I 9V
was disappointed. mlie
Wien I alrved in tihe ec1tture hal' 01K
-lat evening some11 one said : " Come alT
nto tile waiting room; thero's ia friend 1Pet
' yours there who wants t,, see you. UP,
\ou'll not be introdueed-yoi are to) giv
Co the recognizing without help), if va
you can." '1
I said to myself: " It is M rs. it. : I til
shan't hav3 any trouble." WIil
There were perhapi tell ladies 1)e - Pr
enit, all seated. In tbe mi).dst, of the I let
was Mrs. It., as I had expected. She tio)
was dressed exactly as sile wits when . ev<
h-id seen hot' in the afte! noonl. I went lat
forwaIrd and shook hands with her and to
called her by namtne and :-Lid : ha
"4 i know you the n ielut you ap- ithi
peared at tile recep1. 1 this after- of
Sho looked surprised and said : 14
" But I was not at the recel'tion. I CIL
havo jtist arrived from Quebee and )e.
have not been in town an hour."' lil
It was my turn to be sirprised now. er;
I said : " I calL't, hel p it. I give you hat
lly word of honor that it is as I bay. I On
saw youi at tile reception, and You were miC
l'essel preCiSOly ac you are now. an
When they told 'lie iL mllomllent, ago that Pal
I should ind a friend ill tilis room ro;
yOul r imlilage r-0e before m11e, dress and
all just is I had seen you it tile re0 uni
Those are the f:tls. She was nlot It apl
tile reception At ILIl, o anywhere ni-- Ma
it : but, I sa1w her1 thiere never-theless, wi
and miost clear-ly and unmistakably. wt!
To thaIt 1 couild make 1an oath. Hlow sto
is 0110 to expllainl tis ? I was not tu
thinking of hot' at tile time ; had not wi
iloughut of her for years. But she had '
been tinking (If 1m1,110 dioubt , did her
Libought it throuhgh tile leagues of ir c'
to m11 andl~ bring with It, that c'ear' ant1' 11n
plleasantit vision of hlerseilf ? I thlink so. 1ad
T1ha~t wats andi remalins m1y sole Ox- p)c
pJerience in1 tihe mlatter' of apparIations- wi
I mean1 applaritions thlat, come11 whien be
0on0 is (ostensibly) awake. I could ou
haIve 1)001 asleep for a mUomlent: tihe ti
ap~paritionl could hlavo been tile cra thi
tur1e of a dream. Still thatt is riothing mI
to the point : the featturo of interest is
tihe hlajpening of tile tihing just at tha, he
ime inlstead of at an earlier 0or late'- OI
timne. whlich is argumnent that its origin I'm
liay in thloulght-transference. un 1
- -. .. .. si
A 'AT' AND) A SNAiKE~. cc
Valiant D~efencee of' a Canlary31 inrtl Iy if
tile I"aily Cat.(I
Mrs. Austin Gibson, of TIitusville, p.
New Jiersey, set a cage containing a cal
canary on the front, p).-ch to give the Ipr4
bird fresh aim'. Thle eago haId been1 0on ti
tihe ploreb about ha11 l) n ( hour whe 11a1I is
big cioppIerhleaded snaIke erawvld ouit, ho
from unider tile steps and str'etelhed an<
itself out in tihe sun1. Thie calnary wats Th
making a good d1eal of furs atboult taking ha
IL bathi, andi its lluttering Ii natlly at- bui
t, alcted the atttionlm of tile snalke, iha
whichl immediately started up) tile 110
sten~s. As SOOn) as thle c0operead Pr
reatlc tihe porch it coiled itself near1k e If'
tile cage,, and~ soon1 the canlary api
seemed fascinated and~t unalble to break thet
away from the snaike's giitter'ing eyes. has
'inl its hellclssn~ess it utteredi itiful tor
'itis otusiness had beenoI going Oil cvi
sUvoca'~ll minuites. antid the coI)porhlead coin
had1( craw~vledh nearerO tile cage un ItilI it ini
~as almost, In striking dih'tIance of the for
oitrd. Its ugly, squa1l1 3 head was raised b1);
severalt inchles Ifroml thle floor1 andi 1.,s ove
- iguo ,pliayed in and out betwvoon its
ais. '1hien .iason, tihe family cat is
.m11 SaLuntering airound thle corn'ier of sti
. 'd house inl scarchi 0of a cool yot to Col
lie down inl. lie stoppe~d at tbl foot of thle
theo steps and gave time side or h1is face bee
a ipe withl one1 :>lg pa~w. iIvIL wa at of t
tbc ploinit of resumling h1is wailk when of 4
tile weJak little chlirpsH (f tile catnary Schl
alttr'acted 111s attention. .Iitson and the mci
brd were lirmu i iendls. They3 haid anx
gr'oani up together,. and1( it wa~s no cdui
unusual tiling fo~r tile canary to ride stu(
aro .und the sitting-roomi (on tile cat's at 11
01'k oreat otf tile .-II lish with exp)
him., Tle inlsta~nt Ja1.m bIoard the out
bi d's p~laintive ('ry hie himisedi somle- tihol
tiling was wrIonlg and1( splang up5 theO lIfe
steps In tile direction oIf theO cage. thel
When he reachecd tile verandla lhe lomn
saw the snake and1( juhlfmed black as if dani
firightoned. TPhe lopperhead stiruck at el-s.
the bir-d, but was unalible to r'1ech It wilI
the'Ough the barls of tile cage- the
T 'he evident sthering of its little Stat
iond aroused Jason's dandeor, and ho give
began to crawl tova.'d t~le snake. Ills well
bail twitched and lho licked his chops teac
nervously . The snake was too inltent Sj
n reachiog thle bird to nlotice3 tihe cat. Wini
lason cr-ouched a few feet f.'om the insti
age and waited for tile snake to Comol demn
tround. The copper'headi slid ar'oundi thos
ho cage at1)d when onm tile side n10ar1 or'dI1
,h0ecat raised its hecad to strike. As edue
i did so Jason's form ar'cied thrcough in thi
110 aiir and came down on the snake's of g
ody. There was a gr-owl oir two, a obta
OlY sharip spits mixed with ugly hisses, ther
,nd .Jason was away fr'om theO snak~e cotub
~lsh his back humped up and his tail1 Werc
Ike a aceub bhI' h.W
'rhe snake's skin had heenl toin by 11us18
hoe cat's claws, but it hlad r'eceived no is on
srious Injury, and, withl Its mad1( upI to pie,
he top notch, it turned on tile eat and In 'S
lade ready to spring. it didn't wait grad
ilng before inmning. hll Ws,.s. It the c
led Jacon wasn't there, and before
copperhead knew what had hap.
ad it received a rake across th
k from the cat's claws that mado it
for the edghe of the vorenda, in the
a, no douCt, of sliding over and
y from Its assallant.
ut JasonB had his fighting clothes on,
he didn't popose that the snake
.id get oXrso easily. Just as tb
)er'head began to slide over th
1 of the porch, Jason grabbad it
le tail with his teeth and yankei
On0o more the snake coiled ani
ved fight. It struck at the cO'
in, but the nimbie-footed Jason was
y, and once more raked the SO--~
Vs body with his claws. Again tV
to attempted to escape, and agahl
as yanked back to the porch by the
This tmo Jason was a little slow
retting away, and the copperheal
c its fangs in his leg. The pain oi
wound set 'Jason going at fine
611m, and with a grovl he snappe(l
toth togother through the snake',
y about three inches below the
d. Thle copperhead made an effori
iecak away. but Jason held on, ano1
1o he chowd the serpent's neck he
waied It' flesh with his claws.
his treatment was too much foi
snake, and it shortly gave up the
ist. Ja-on finally let go the snak<
went out into the gardon and roll
he dirt. His log swelled up as big
i man's arm from the effect of th<
ke's bito, but he chewed catnip and
ed in the dirt a couple of hours, and
i was about as good as now.
)M AN'S INDUSTIlAL COLLEGE
Prospects A re Bright, flor a Largi
'rof. ). B. Johnson. president of thi
to Normal and Judustrial College
Ln interview with a re)orter for tlq
umbia Ulegister, gives the follow
valuable in formation:
rofessor Johnson says Rock Hill ii
wing right along, that hor busines:
u are moved by a restless spirit o
rgetio enterpise, that new building.
going up oi every hand and tha
opl1 are constantly moving into
-k H ill, many of them in order ti
o their children its educational ad
'alking about educational advan
es led right up to the point a
ich tbe rep-orter was driving an<
)tessor Johnson w.s soon talking
st interestingly about the institu
n over which he presides. He say
,rytliing is moving along smnootil'
Winthrop. Work is being pushe<
the utmost in overy di irecion. Mue0
3 been accomplished in theI las
-cc of four weeks, including gradinj
the grou ids and placing of furnitur
the dorm ito.'y oois. Tiere ar
bed-roonis in the dormnito'y and It
i of thise two single beds hav
3n lhiced. That would give accom
dation for 284 students, but as teach
, matrons and house-keepers wil
ve to have rooms in the dormitor
y about 210 students can be accon
dated thiere. The vory best bed
I furniture of the most approve
tcrn have been placed In thes
'ije dormitory is connected with th
,in building by a covered, brik
sage, which adds somewhat to th
aurance of the buildings. Ti
sage is a great convenience an
LI protect the girls from cold an
t weather. lt will be heated 13
tim and kept to the same temper
-o as the main buildings, so the gli'
11 be exposed to no change in gein
and from the class-rooms.
rhe buildings are all practicall
mpleited, only neced ing some finisi
i touches which are being rapid]
mini itored. ldverything will be i
e'fect readiness for the openlnj
ichlisi scheduled to occur on Ots
r. i5. Thre~ will be some sort, of ce
ra~aon at the opening. All of tI:
astuos will be present aeg..jjj
it G3ovarnor..SVuiratiindSenator Tnil
tu and eoihors w'll made addresses.
Already 270 students' names hav
en enrolled and dormitory certil
tes have been Issued to about 20s
ofessor Johnson wants it distinctl
derstood that no girl can get admi:
ni to dormitory quarters unless shi
ids, a dormitory certificate. Sue
'tihicates are issued to all applicani
a'mission to the college who sa
ictorilly answer a prescribedl set<
e'stion which aro senm to thorn I
ated form. Tihose to whom appl
ion blanks have been sent shoul
>mp)tly fiil them out at once and ri
n them to Professor Johnson, for
3vidlent that the dormitory will nc
d all who will attend the colleg
I the rule is, first come, first servet
o fondations for another dorm itor'
le been laid, but it has not bee
It because the trustees have nc
1 sufllcient funds. Its erection wi
an imperative necessity before, long
>.ossor .Johnson will make ever
)rt to fimnd accommodations for a
>hcat who are prepared to tak
college course. He would prefe
ring all the students in the dorm
y where they would be under hi
nediate superv'slon. but as it I
lent that the dormitory will not al
modate iall of thom, he has foun,
>rivate homes In Rocek H-ill quarter'
somne forty or fifty girls, which wil
is much as wvill be required by th,
ri'low of the doa mnitory
rofessor Johnson in enthusiastic ih
praise of the high c'iaractor of the,
lents who will attend Winthroj
ego. The minimusa age Is 15 ant
average age of those who hav<
ii enrolled Is about 17 and 18. Many
Lie enrolled students are graduate,
>ther colleges and have taught
o01 for several years. Trhey al
.n business and are exceedingl3
Ious to get the full benefit of thu
3ational cour'se at Winthrop. AlL
ents there will be required to take
ast one Industrial study, but most
"ess a preference for the normal
-ses which they wish to take tc
oughly prepare themselves for a
work of teaching. Beyond doubt
work at Winthrop will furnish the
mon schools of the State an abun
supply of hIghly-equnipped teach
It, Is not har'd to see that this
result In a grmeat improvement of
common school system of this
n- The aim of Winth ropi will be to
Its graduates high scholarship as
as familiarity with the method of
ecial attention will be given at
throp to the teaching of vocal and
umental music because of the
and in the country dIstrIcts for
3 able to teach music as well as the
iary branches of a commolan s~cho( 1
ation. Tnnero is nie buch dumand
e cities, becauise there the services
lenty specialists in music are
nable. In the country districts
are no such specialists and few
alford to employ them if they
nthrop graduates who can teaeh
as will be in great demand. Music
3 of the greatest joys of poor peo
Jut Is a joy they little experience
auth Carolina. When Winthrop
aites are teaching throughout
tate. that will be ve.. -a-eially
IT 1S A1 SUPERB TONIG and
exerts a woiderful influence in
strengthening her system by
driving through the proper chan
nel all ilpurities. f6alfli and
s6ren1tIi are ouaranteed to result
Ifrom Its use.
My wife was bedridden for eighteen months,
after using 13iADF11-ELlS F1MALC 1REGU
LATOR for two months, is getting well.
J. M. JOHNSON, Malvern, Ark.
BIlADVIEl) REGULATORt CO., ATLANTA, GA.
sold by all Druggists at $1.00 per bottle.
changed. Country churches then will
never lack acme one to preside at the
organ and lead the singing.
The industrial departinent at Win
throp will not be subordinated to the
norraml, but will be placed on an equal
fcatli'l. Stenography, typewriting,
bcok-keeping, cooking, dressmaking,
freeband and industrial drawing will
--S o anusgestive figures are made
pul)lic by tho Canadian papers in re
lation t th extout to which Great
Britai buys fa-In products from the
United States and Canada. Last
year, chief articles only being con
sidered, Great Biritain purchased from
the United States farin products valued
at $168,160,000, and froin Canada but
$36,565,000, showing an excess of
purchases from the United States of
$'33,595,000. The Toronto Globa finds
an explanation in the way Canadian
farmers are burdened by protection,
with tiniecessarily high prices for the
necessaries and convenience of agricul
ST. VITUS DANCE.
A Physician Prescribes Dr. Miles'
- Dr. Milos Medical Co., Elklart, I nd.:
3 My dlaughter Mattle, agiod 14, was aiileteld
last, spring with St. Vit us danco anid ner
vo'usness, her entiro right, sido was intui)
and nearly lmralyZC . Wo c0u11l0l a )h'Y
s1iian antil ho es(cribe0( lDr. Miiles' Res.tora
Live Nervinie. Shoc took three btit ies before
we saw aniy certain slins of hiIprovernen't,
but,1 aifter tht slchegani to Iunpr3o vt) very
fast andi I now think shso is ent irely curedt
shio has takeni nino bo0tties of the Ner vine
but uno ot her nalelleino of any kindl.
K nox, 11n(d., Jana. 5, '95. 11. \V. IIos-r r'r R.
P lhysicians prese'""- ''' MIb- P*.r - ".
ce,~"ause they are known, to he the result of
.the lonag pract-lee andl experenaco of one of
tho brighteost, morers'l1 of thtei r professio,
13.3(antire c'arefully cornpo14untle~i by ex Pri
. nc(e hern ists, in A attt accordaunce withi I)r'.
On saltt at all dru'gglsts. Writo for' Dr.
Milhes' ilookc on the lieart, andl Nerves. ilr.
M illes Mie~llc'al Co., Elkhart,, Inc.
iiDr. Mtiles' Itemiedies Rcestore Ihealth.
.t Tio int ro~ilre (3ur1 13 rnit tire'( business'1
t inoevr cnn 'nt in t he Snb -
3 thle qi (ke1t 11133n', hlave ('onelea4b'l to4
Illnuke so)3n3 very'3 liiberal (o3'er ini he(1
y'3)3 r 1rn sitt's a (1secure 3' it. lea'st one
('33s00313er at. ever'y 1,014t- (11('e in
t he next. 60( (133yS. ' tease9 leatl this
t a((iverit ise('nen~t enr' ull a'lult3 1(1 ein40( at
1 onieo for one3( of our .peit'023 otfers.
Our * rent oltir No. I consI1tis (of 41n(
80(l Ii k lietirooin Suitle wit hi targe
3 wi ItI'. This suite tof( furnitur toIs
r worth In any3'il i'riture store no31tless
. .1than $.h'. Do3 not3 thuink for1 once0 11htt.
it 1s at lii ie che(ait sui2se, for3 wet assure33'
S youm it. is Pot, but1 a3 ir g. uii I siyxe
. in or'3t' to st3)ar l he sale14 of 1 bOe
sule anit keep14 Iur men bus a'nelIg
borhool' we arto shin stil1,02 ltt
(333n3' t) 323ch shipp3~inlj 1'onit in t'
out h for33 $15. when I'i Ito cash41 ('(mes1
3 wi h11 tl' he uIer3. Th13is a31t,I'3sement
il Itpotssibly13 3tapear ' tie in t h's pa
per'1. theror~~te it yout 1ar'e jieresieried
eut 13 Othot.al(n.03( seml wi t zt5anl the
sillio w.Iill be shipt1I0 to you(. ii' it is
no)1 t'fst as1 represen(13ic(i yout 1may3 r'e
13urn t ho su33e t or. ( e3( xpense. att
your12 $15 wi11ll( be'rfumi~le'(l (o yo33. (Onr
enittalogu te contfainingmn i 33'Ilhastra1
tions1 (of ratre bfl$targai ami3( hous31, fur2
33ishbig gootbs will beast 5to you up1i 33
ital bari3gab1 33n113 (131es not3 appen('3 r' ia t lie
cllatlote, the3('ro it. Is 3114less1 14o
write (o i 3 lauiton 1( of1 th liis sute t'
1(n( ltile y'ou a330 (lh in~'g v1atg
140me( 0one e"lse um a' get 11( o bar'gatin.
WVe ass4.ur you03 t 3n1 we ill t sh31~'ip
altthis r)1ice. Aftereutei 301310131 hashen
shaippe)0t ini the0 ne'ighborhoo133tra 11h(
pr33ice'willgjoto(3atlea 2st $.
L- F. PADGETT,
416 liitOAl) SI., Al i U'l, o (A/
We want31 t,1enty~ meni not afraitl 1(o wor'k
Io sell Organs andt' Sewing M(lachines. Will
paty salary'3 from $211 to3 $1jo.
We want to tralle l'innos, Organs an13(
Sewinlg Alachines for teln gol orses Io
work t) 1ewi1ng mach~inle 1an3( organi wa'1gons5.
W rite to
118 Wasn513ington Street,
___ (reenville, S. C.
DOORS, SAShf, LINDS,
Lumber, Laths, Shingles.
instant Kilierof Pain.
JOH NSON'S ORIENTAL. SOAP.
niodicated and Toilet. The Great Uk 6 u n
*oe BeautIfier. Lades wiltld te most
-1eioate and hihy pefmed Toiet 8oa" o
tho market. It' bmlUt P Mae, the
1kin soft and velvety and res ore le lost for
iexionj is a luxury for the Bath for I t .
t alays itching cleanses the scal pronotes
the growth of hai.'. raie 25w. or sale b
Carpenter Bros. GreenvTlle, 8 o
SOUTH ERN RAILWAY 'CO,
(xondeaed Bohtdule fi EIfe t
July 28th. 1895.
Trains run by 75th Meridian -rimo.
Lv Charleston.......... ............... 7.:,0 a in
Pros ority.* ................12..4
Ar Nowoerry ............... ..........12.37 p m
Ar. Clinton .... (Ex Suni)............. 2 35 p n
Laurons.. (Ex Sun)......... :1.10 pm
" ifnotySix .................... 1.37p m
"Greenwood ................... .. 1.57pmw
"Hodges .... ...... ....,................ 2.17 p M
"Abbevillo............................ 2.50 p m
"lBelton .... ......... ............3.10 p m
" Adirjson......................I 3.50 p m
.. Seneca .........................196.08 pm
... A11n .9.......30 p
Lv. Greenville.......... ................ 10.15 am
Piedmont --...................... 0.47 am
Willianaton... ............y.. 11.08 am
AD --n - -....................... 1t.10 am
Ab vl lo ...... . -,--. . .... 1.0
r.ons ..................... 12.2 pm
* Lue k Ex Su - -- .
- Cnton d Sun)................:11:.,10 ,m
- Newherry ..----------.-- 2.03 pm
Ar Columbia. . -*.... . ... 3. 5 pm
chinriton.'' .... ....... 1.5 plu
Charleston _..... . ...... 8.00 pm
Jetweun ColuiiiLla and Anhoi ille.
Daily. Daily. I Daily. Daily
No. 15. No. 13. 1 STATIONS INo. 14 No 18.
.00_p tit 7.2iinLvCharleston. Ai '.00. oi i.10am
5.~11) a mi 1.2Sam iaiiiljir 31.juis 1.0a
6.55 a m 12.l0pm... Alston..." 31it12.t1am
8.51 a mn 1.l0pmiI4 .. Santue. ...." l.5)pnua l.48amn
7.26 am .3pm". Union. l..p.4 11.33pm
7.42 a i 1.53pn ..Jonesville. " 12 401pml 1.16pm
7.54 a u 2.07pni . Pacolet.. ' . .12.23pin 'I 04pm
8.20 a m 2.40i Ar 1Yftrt'b'frLv 11.453am 10.35pn
8.20 a im 3.10piL ar'b gAr 1l.18ain10.30pm
10.00 anm 5.30pi Ar Ashvll Lv 7.10am! 6.30pm
Trains leave Spartanburg. A. and C. division,
northbound. 4.26 a. m., 3.19 p. m., 0.18 p. m., (Ves
tibultd Limitedl; southbound, 1 00 a. m., 3.05 p.
m., 11.37 a. m., (Vestibuled I.initodi.
Trains leave Groonvllo, A. andt '. lDivision,
northbound, 3.29a.m.,2.14 p:n., and 5.27p..(Ves
tibuled (imited); southbound. 1.52 a. in., 4.40 p.
M.. 12.28 p. m.. (Vestibuled [Limited i.
Trains leave Soneca. A. and C. Dit lion, north.
bound. 2.02 a. m. and 12.41 p. Ln.; soutuabound, 8.09
a. m. and 6.08 p. in
Trains 15 and 18 betwoon Asuhevlllo and Co.
lumbla make connection at Columbia with F.
C. .A P.. trains 35 and 36, and carry through
Puilnan alueping cars between Ashuevillo aud
P'i~uman Palaice Sleeping C.ars. on Trains U
and 38, 317 and 38, on A. and C. DIvision.
Gen. 1.. A rt. Au't G.en. P'as. A~st. Enas Sys.
(., j:'i .-. '. P intend-1 ;.. iTra't Migr.
SOUTHiERA RAILWAY 00.
PIEDMONT AIR LINE.
OoWDElNsNtD SO0HEDULS OF PASSINENGC TrRMW,
Nortlh bouind No.38 No 30 No.12 No. 18
Jul., 28th, 1895. Daily Daily Daily Exhun
Lv A tlianta o timie 12.00nm 9.00 p 7.50 a 4.315 p
A l lan ta it time 1.00 p 10.00 p 8.60 a 5.351 p
Noriroru..... ........ 10.40 p 9.33 a 8.28 p
lluord..... ......11.13 p 10.05 a 7.02 p
(hlinosville..~ 2.25 p 11.43 p 10.36 a 7.33 p
Iaia -.... ... 12.06 a 10.58 a 8.01 p
Conla.... l.... 2.32 a 11.22 a 8.25 p
Sit Al y . .... ........ 12.38 a 11.25 a, 8.30 y
'l'. coa.-..-..-. -........1.04 a 11.60 a..
Westmninutor .........1.43 a 12.24p
" tiua....... ........ 2.02 a 12.41p
Cenral... ..4.45 p 2.35 a 1.20p
Greenville.... 527 p1 3.29 a 2.14 p.
Sipartanburg 6.18 p1 4.20 a 8.19 p .
" auTuneys. .... ........ 5.05 a 4.10 p.
" lia.nlkxburg ..7.05 p 5.2:2 a 4.30 p.
K ingxsMount'n....... 5.45 B 5.00 p .
"(Onstonia...... .......08 a 5.2$ p .
Ar.-Charlotto..8.20 p 6.50 a 0.21 p.
Ar. I'anville..12.00 a 11.40 p ii.*i5 p .
Ar. JIle. mond .... 8.00 a 4.40 pf 6.00 a.
Ar W:-silngbon .. 6.41 a~ 8.:l0 pI.....
'ilantim'ie P.jt.11. 8.aI5 a 11.25 j
"IPhiladielphia . . 10.15 a~ 3(0 ii.I
_"Now York.12.53 nj 6.20 an.
Southbound. No.37 No.35 No.11 fNo, 17?
Daily Daily Dally ExSunI
Lv Now York P'.ii.R 4.30 p12.15 n.
'' P.eiihdelha .. 6.65 p7.20 a.
"liltimnore.. .20 9 1.42 a......
l*z.Wasig on... 10.43 p 11.15 a......
" linond..12.05 a 12.55 p 12.06 a...
Ilvivillo..... 55 a 8.10 p 7.06 a...
('nurlott.. .35 a 11.00 p 12.20 p ...
Gastonia ..... ........ 11.35 p 1.08 p...
" ling'sMount-n ........ ......1.32 p,..,
ilincksburg.... 10.47 a 12.13 aI 2.00 p ..,
(lagneys .... ... . .... 2.26 a 2.18 p.,.
Spairtanburg.. 11.37 a 1.00 a 3.05 p..,
tEreeniyllo.... 12.28 p 1.52 a 4.40 p...
(opitral..1.15 p 2.4) a 5.45 p.,,
..Senen........ ........ 3.02 a 8.018 p~
Weatmilnster........ ... .....6.23 p...'
'i'o.coa........ .......i 3.54 a 6.56 p.
"Mount Airy-........ .......7.35 p1 8.30 a
Cornolia--.-----..........31 pi 8.38 a
S Lula........... 4.47 a 8.01 Il 7.02 a
" v4i~Oll... 3.31 1 A0U4 a 8.27 P1 7.23 a
" Nforrd.--....-.----... ......9.00 PJ 7.50 a
Ar Ailanla ~ Imth. -.55 ~;6.2a1.0pi93a
Ar AAtn C timel~ 3.55 >1 5.25 9.3p830 8
"A" a. mn. "P.~* " . mn. 1."J noon "N." night.
Nos.3:7 and 38--W1'ashingtioni and( Southwestern
Vestimuledl Lbin ited.Th'rou~gh Pullman Sleeper.
betweein New York and New Orlenis, vIa Wash.
ingtonil Atlanta aind Montgomery, and also be
tweena New York and Memphis, vIa Washing.
ton. Aliinla and llirmhingham. DIning Cars.
Nus. 85 and 86 United Sl ates Fast, Mail, Pall- F
man SleepIng Cars betv/een Atlanta, Mont- -
goinory and Now York.
Nos. II and 12, Pullman sleeping Car betwesm
Itichtnuand, Danvillo and G4reensboro.
W. A. TURKI, S. H, HARD WICK,
(Jon'l Pass. Ag't. Ass't General Pass Ag'S
WASHINGTON, D. O, ATLANTA, GA.
W. B. RYDER, Superintendent, Charlotte,
W. H. GREEN, J. M. IULP,
Gen'l Supt., Tram~o Mn'gp.
Waamum.,. =~ a. Wash...gtaD.