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'UBJISIED TIr -WE,.oL
e Year, - - - -
x Ionthsi. - - - - 15
Lto - rr ate e - r; . 170 obi t ies.
Orhders for Job e:- w.ileied.
This elitwSpaper !-s :.ut)* ry b for
j nions anld vie-w expreswd anywhere
1-,c ti ut in the eiot. :oo 0in '
All artoie for po!: : 'os be ac
e-)inpan;ied by the I rui-w the-' author
-ud1 Written in resp-ctul lan' e and
iten on o::e side of thet pa.or T1 n.e
:1,--. re:qiiired as ant evidene of(0ood fa.tlh
all connmunicaisons-htoi::1,1 hushtSs
local-should be addressed to T'm
.A EWS AND lER.LL') CO.
W. 1) DOiCG LAss, Eulit.
AS. Q. DAvIs, Trearter.
W. J. ELLIOTT, Busins- Mag-r.
WINNSBIORC, S. C.
Tuleshay. August 27. : IS 5
The (rcenville Mana;ers.
The State newsparer cditorially a
t :cks the conduct of4 the managers of
the recent so-called election inl Gre-n
vil'e city, and seems to suppo:-e h%t
its charges awainst them ac stind
by the account, ot the perjoimiantce
printed in the GI-een-vill:e Xerr-s.
A'o a mnitter of fa::t taois n.ncspaper
has madc ii.> accusaoions ai: tihes
manmaers. SI;ar awe :-cre informed
tlhi t- 1orc I the law sit 1i against
all ci-z . r:'Irdie- of politic or
Co o). To0 - :.l t o b--e in"
wIth: 11 Isax lsi:ict- : :.:id i -r i i
C) urae theN uI; 1: e(1 C -- I i
in 1-t feavily by ta:l, ..m . i :
$are ra IT V not t-> . m) r I
Tcre Ik a famliir 0-o \ 0 Ir h
Wnan lo wais piti. .:n tIi ih
bing assured by 'me -m! me
Ayinpatbizer IhI he :- b.1
justice, replied ili. that wa jl
he was afrai-l of and di'l! w n.
White voters are u-ied to h Ig t
g'rs discriminate in their favor ~:.nd
.construe the law liberally i:I it:eir
favor. When thev tin-d ti: v a:
plied to them and the Negres i!ke
they kick becanse they are not utel 10
it. They & et justice, but ihwy don'
hanker for it on enjoy the !a4t of it.
But they siy ces get u;wd to being
skinned atnd citizens of Sou-h Caro
lina must acquire equal facility and
philosophy in acconodating them
selves to circ umstanc3s.-racille
When we consider th it the editor of
the Greenville Keu-s wats a candioiate
at the election mentioned, we regard
this statement as a veryt:v ir hmaniy,
and candid piece of worzk Ont his parlt.
L~t the convention give us a Sull'rage~
lawv which wtll precludie th~e tecnical
disfrauchisement of men who ought to
vote freely and all will be w~-li.
EdIwar-d Atkinson., in the Se-ptembter
Forum, points out some benefits that
have, or will, resul; fr-om the pr-esent
hard times. lHe takes the position that
"a commercial crisis is a part of the
process of cure of preocding evil con -
ditiions." What he says in refeence
to the eff~ct of hard times in the So:a~h
may be of some interest.
We make a fcw extracls:
"tThe Southern States, relyx up non
their paramount a lont~age in th> pro
ductioni of the useri~i e ton of cm
merce, have wholly- ignojre the muDt
important elemniit of imipr-ove:nentt In
the production, under the mistaken
notion that their customnet-s paid for
their abuses and their noeglec: of the
stapie. The saw-gitn by whieth the
cotton is separate I fr-om the seed
ought to be and sooni will be invented
out of existence. Its only- merit is the
quantity which can be r-un through
each machine; and the gr-eater the
quantity and the higher- the speed, the
greater the damage. ue ~
* * * It r-ender-s it us ta or
planters to lengthen or impr-ove thir
Etaple, uccause with that improvemoent
comes the greater injuryv when the~
lon~rer cotton is ginned upon the sawv
gin. After it has been badly itned.
our cotton has been as badly baled, as
badly covered, and as badlv- treated as
it is possible to conc~ive. * * * The
writer under-took to deal with this
subject many y earis ago, but long
since came to the conclusion th ao
nothing but the 1eason of hard times
and excessively low prices wouild
bi-rig about any change for- the tn o-.
* ** The benefits are in s'gh t. The
whole South is ar-oused. New met hod -
of baling, new methods of handling.
and improved mnethodts of ginnoiog 1re
alr-eady' invented and tirmly~ es aob
'-'Thle miarit of Egyptian c tton: for
Ameoi:an u-e, wher-eby a gr-eat many
factor-ies have been established. in this
c Mnntry ill the fitner niumTbers for w hich
Amer-ican cott-m as now grown and
handled is utterly unfit, has called th -
attention, especially of the people of
Texas, to the reason whty Egy-ptian
coitan is better-. *** Within thle
year- several different ty'-es of th
rel]:er- gin iOn whieb Egyp)tioun coit .
is ntow pr-epar-ed have beeni brought :.o
the attention of the cot ton gl ow,:r.
low price of the American co'ton~ alla
lie high price of the~ Egyptiont co::on,
a'>0ut twice as tmach as tho> A m ricano
isteachoing the Amner-can co-tn
groower a valua~ble leeon. aol i
making atn dTlrt 0 iIn-. r. L1
I" IEt\ j
!:ACK' TOCK ITEMIS.
f iho week was a
were Lani !-- rituy.d
the h:.st e:ANO Abitioi: Q.;
.' . ''' (,I
me .: , " .:d i ie l e
CIuA p) ed13 %vell, or.:: n w -= 1Y
b) Ater, aTn 1 ihe so )re wv~x l u
inver f.' rpnymwn; :khtygh 1 va
inule: T .e Uaw-s :c rum ;t a
their b, t 1to ad t b IAn, C > 1 -,
but luc v"a 'I i . to MK
,- ltown ; Vi i W A L 1-1
qem\nl's V! h I V, WA W '
enW lemhne (1 001-M, a- d c A
.oo .a ,l ! - -I ". . IV
id Ca.::.rt~m .n on a LC
time -o s: u a:erc-.
Mother i:nUe-liW 0 awne U! the
:tam e v:sI !!. p~e i: ce -<. gu f
Ica -,11 I''- .j ~ L
nUmIIber- Vof Vh .a ni. : :n !aIiies :lrI. mI
the Newk\ lHope Veai , v,. ") Came up1Ct I
to See I, ila kaz Wys c roc li
:ila )! i: w a d:,h : w th:L e r ii
brave- bo:i1.(h 1 to S :l w AndrgM~
On INe yreaoe A !b ve f.ei ata;
IA ll's w l h: id e, a"
Since the clece'n htas as.ed O
qunietly mild p-e-ama:tl, and luen, tl'
good as the Lem, hase been Woo::d to
repreant us in too frna.c i.. of a I
Constituiq n:-lt a!! 11 ctiony: ox A ''ry
ithlu.CCet" and unitc in a n '
Cau-: oI f n C ( c I ".-;1 1 . ') n l . -m , d
.o0rl a :;w o t -a e c n. 1 0 - t a r -
G d COu, f:.d last m. nt:n :o. eI 1
te e:-l o f Til'uiiu i e1," S I Ir l
;ll m! i Is a e
e.: ! i n ed: :e .kt diQ't fr '
Th-r e bo t : e i)1t lC 11i. 1:ba I la LIhe
oi.t C :::.e. . ut a it y
Kev S. T. gi- a- NrA.111.
di Ct a1teld nir vtcdau .0, CC L'n
Wis Lei-a aee fRc
Ke nding a e W weIS wth her une.
. I C IC. . c . x i 1 O T
MrsI. L) . G.~ M!r c 11 1e ' e
1 the eof r. A. 11. Dowe
la-S, and Wa Con"t mIII,, nprovnc t:n
lst accoun gs.
W.e h ar that rt ock Ill so 1
V: cnnected wih Wfinn-Wr by te! -
ione. T " re i4 now a iu an opl
wine Te oWnn--brii nr> iAgew
Winnboro to Woo ward, w~v bch wocd
Good rainsrsfebaleast nigh ac to-day,~rc
unkrsal oit Os rCdy benda one.
an-iing eler of Chete ~itt:
Ci ev. G.T amn
Wtatrlou s iL .. havL . a.tel fI iitL e
mari1et. a rden h.a e . bos pay
anu t. bu ''t sp in ebek' il le tt e
f (IP rt . L .jt- " .
Thne' thuhfu a leners.. . - hav ,p. :
tdL a fal ero -of rshpoa 1e.' Tiiy
mansl s o. will move eightl cet
fr alai dntisae , andas uc
as on'to play wirth bNatmej yr
Uron. J7E. I
ew Dievri, friICIl ::2 h -C~d
aniod , e Th:legar T; he
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-a u d 1P w n A,
to: to or ou
and Awa mas a uh Mhe n:
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D ,fn I s wo ti w n e -itwa.v.
clohes on his4 ar. :d sr' of lu~t
r-, e Slt o a n oebc gi oe
an.!~ ~ ~ Z1 C anPC~
I de~e, ad fllo~i-:g e:werd pas
S':-* n mAi- ti cener hut.
10e:o Talv o ws mt -brakfast
iv1 , all minner cf o thin sac h as
I t for 1any am :h, I which
I c p w -y satisfac
. I lo d up. and there
befaum ~asa 'o'ueu dlghtful sight,
f Staningu in one ofh doorways
ch ld toth-- ping!mt.vas
Sa,- :a, nd
V.,e i a:; Yh val - r : lathe
-p'ighi- a di a ,'nle knbe
n C. s She --e-ted mo
e wth a smi-'. in m M'- huw I had slept,
ad n 1 h1 -d Tota1 up i) r me to kiss
r- hr oving- care tho child had
brn qui.te transform' d. S .e was neatly
re-ssed in a gatrmcnt of the same blue
.u taL Stella wore, her idr ha:- was
h1di t, had it ro; been for the
rs on her face and hands one
would se -arcely have believed that this
wah sam e child Nvholm Indaba-zinbi
,dl-1 ih_, drag- -d for hour aftor hour
tbro.gh the burin:g. v-aerless descrt.
'We -ust breakast alone, -Mr. Allan."
she said; "my father is so upset by your
iaI th:t he will not get up yet. Oh,
. vou c"n not tell how thank ful I am that
h 1yu have come. I have' L-'n so anxious
_1hout himi of late. lie grows weaker
,.nd xao:i x:: to mn1 as though
. the .tren'th werc (bbin.g awayfrom
id Now he scarcely l::ves the kraal;
h. Ihave to manage every thing about the
d. farm, and he does nothing but read and
J,,-Jut then Ilendrika entered. bearing a
... of colco in ono hand and of milk
10 in the Other, which she sat down under
Sthe'able, casting a look of little love at
a te as she did so.
"0 Careful, l7ndrie: you are spill
"yn t-- coffee," said Stella. "Don't you
d ,:ender hov; o ve cone to have coffeo
1s ere-3: Allan? I v:111 tell you-wo
c. intv::.--y ia.Oh, I havo
-av -aman:gede: to do in the
- w ve l' 0n . Yre- You see
p pnt0 1' laor, f'or the people
. 'bout look upin ny futher as theirchief."
"Yes," I said, "but Lo do C P-r-t all
ik-i fheSe l% Xu Ps of c'ivilizaioL:n and I
d *in o th e books, the crockery and
i i nirand fort.
" Cy simply. Most of the ibooks my
al father brought with him when we first
:n trekked into the wilds; i here was nearly
a wagon-load of thiv:u. But every three
en yars wo have sent an expedition of
d these vagons right down to Port Natal.
n The wagons ae load Ad with ivory and
hoher goods, and comoe back with all
kinds of thing:; that have been sent out
..fo'On En'rland for us. You see, although
e: liv in this wild place. we are not
so ::.ltoether cut off'. We can send runners
n-to Natal and back in three months, and
:- the; e~gns got there and back in a year.
.The last lot arrived quito safe about
a thrcc months agro. Our servants are
ro vey faithful and some of them speak
''" ie u ever been w.ith the wagons?"
n ""ce I was a child I have never been
was,"no aswered. "Do you know,
a r Aln, that you are, with one excep
aO, h first Englisman that I have
no~ utofa book. Isuppose thatlI must
.mmvry wild and savage to you, but I
ea are~ hd one advantage, a good educa
I 'ion. 3My father has taught me every
thnad perhaps I know some things
d. that you don't. I can read French and
(unGerman,.for instance. I think that my
fahe' first idea was to let me run wild
o.toehr, but he gave it up.''
:7"And don't you wish to go into the
e "Somet nms." she said, "when I get
lonely. prhaps imy father is right
w pehas it would frighten and bewil
(wfder m.A t any rate he would never re
tunt ivilization. It is his idea, you
kn0; thocugh I am sure I do not know
wher hc e got it from, nor why he can
not bear" that our name should lbe spoken.
In;ot, Mi'. Q2uatermnain, we do not
::iake our liv s, we must take them as
vwe Iird th~em. Ilave you done your
breakfas~? Let us go out and I will
sheow you our domain."
I rose and went to mmy sle:-ping-place
to fetch mcy hat. WXhen I returned MIr.
Carson-for after all that was his name,
though be would never allow it to b)0
'oken1-had come into the hut. 1I~e felt
bette'r row, he sai., and would acom
pay s on our waik if Stella would give
nmmi ant arm.
'o we 'started, and after us camne ilen
dr v, 'th Tota and old Indaba-zimbi,
vom I found sitting outside as fresh as
paint, Nothing could tire that old man.
Th vieow from the platform was al
:""st as beaultiful as that from thel lower
-Ir looking' up to the peak. The
aals,~ as I havei said. faced
- .n ly all the upper terrace
shdr fthe great pea1k till
'-+1-e ('1: in ' m the me:'ning',
:-a:d-;antag'' in -hat
* l- I ir t- e aiked ti-ru h
n hov~e-er, turn - it ch p .
Carn ~asno crsisiim1)
coe teli~ f) "hltr ad-.0-.0
tie the:e:-u el:::mniary rites~ oft
chuch for so long thait I thinkc he' b1a
tobleethat he ra11ly was a clerg
to an. '' r instan-. he awv are
1ho- o hi pe;.9wh won 1' of::"ni.
d - waer remins o In
u a t!: far i
- -ed, in this land o
n hat-as h e odo witha
Cos. atly he triisemen, whou,
1t'- v war cale themselves the
SC" dren or Thoma"," were able to ac-i
disputes were nf..r-r to their ,father.'
and he als, w a udge of offenses and
crimes. :. re punished by im
prisonment, whipping and loss of goods,
other and graver transgressions by ex
pulsion from ihe community, a flat
which to G-w of these favored natives
must have see.:Iued as heavy as the de
cree that drove Adam from the garden
Old Mr. Carsion lWaned upon his daugh
ter's arm and conteplaItd the scene
"I have done all this, Allan Quater
main,' is iaid. "When renouncing
civilization first. I wandered here by
chance; SeeiCng a o:m in the remotest
places ini the world, I lound this lonely
snot a wilderness. Nothing was to
be seen except the :ite, the domes
of the marble huis and the
waterfalls. I took possession of
the buts. I cleared the patch of garden
land and planted the orange grove. I.
haO only six natives then. but by de
grees othcrs join-d me: now iy tribe is
a thousand stron-. here we live in
profound peae-. and plenty. I have all I
need, and I ask no more. Heaven has
prospered me so far-may it be so to tho
end, which for me draws nigh. And
now I am tired and will go back. If you
wish to see the old quarry and the
mouth of the ancie t mines, Stella will
show thei to you. No, my love, you
need not trouble to cono. I can man
age alone. Look, some of the head men
are vaiting to seo m.
So he went, but, .,t:11L followed by
IHendrika and Indaba-imbi, we turned,
and. walking along the bank of one of
the rivts-z p up bhind the marblo
kraals. and e:0 '. t uarr. whenco
the materia b iu n sm re
mote age. T p: op end a very
thick se:; 'f e iost
beautiful :.:*..: not -r like
it in -Nati. b
worked I :;-n rsay. t iv natives,
that is cer :a in. tou h the builers of
the kraals had cond-:seended to i*o.row
the shape of nti ve lihis for their model.
The only relie of how builders that I
ever saw was a hi '--finished bronze
pick-axe whic - found one day in
the quarry. :ad examined the
quarry we c ope of the hill
till we came' to t'- o'Atlh of the ancient
mines situate in a kind of porgre. I be
lieve them to h.been sliver mines.
The gorge wvas long and narrow. and the
moment v ie enterl i tb wr rose fron
every side 'Sou ina
ing that wa lm , enough to deafen
one. I kn ( v. v . as at once: the
whole ple- was % ii- : v:ith baboons,
which cla-nberem"d d covnr the rocks to
w-ds us from : eV:-y a:-etion, ina nin
nor that struick meas bigunusually
fearlcss. . t t r 7 1- - i tie p.:! - and
clung to :!.y arm.
"It is very s ci ' M(.- she wohis
Ipered "I aml nom al l n--':ousi but I
can no erth. <4ight of hoeanIi-nals
over sir1-. -yil H-ar. I al
-ways thn Ldr-i tn h.gI~
1i th '.
Tota beg:..nto ' r1cugt tla
St~lla clungt>. e vil - and TIdaba
aimbi ptut as bolda('a ot the 'atter
as wve could .2nl flendi, 1. occa look
ing at the brutes with an unc'onerned
smile on her monkey fac". V.hen the
great apes wvere quite near sh~e sudden
ly called out aloud. Instantly they
stopped their hideous olamor as though
at a word of conan~d. Then Hendrika
so. That is to say. that they began to
make a noise such as bab" ns do when
they con-:erse vwith eachI other. I have
knovwn Ilottentots and] Bush:nen who
said that they could tia wiv~u the ba
boons and umderstand their language,
but I confess I never heard it done be
fore or since.
From the mouth of Hendlrika came a
successionl of grunts, groans, sque' aks,
clicks and every other abominable noise
that can be conceived. To my mind the
whole conveyeC an idea of expostula
tin.Atay rate the baboons listened.
Oneof hemgrutedback some answer,
and then the whole mob drew off to the
I stood astonishedl. and without a word
we~ turned back to the kraal, for Hien
drik. was too close for mec to speak.
When we reach'ed the dining-hut Stella
went in. followed by'. ilendrika. But In
dab1 a-zimbi plu:cked mue by the sleeve,
and I stopped outside.
"MIaeumazahn," lie said, "Baboon
woman - devil-woman. Be careful,
Macumazahn. She loves that Star (the
natives aptly enough called Stella the
Star), andi is jmalous. Hie careful,
Iaeurnthn, or the St-r cvii set?"
(To be~ Continued.)
FOR TIN PEOPLE.
Are v01n thin?
Flesh ma-de with Thinacura Tablets by a
sintific .rocess. Thley create perfect
asiilationi of every form i of fo:d, secret
ing1 t'he va'luable parts ar.d discardiug the
worthles. They make thin faces Plump
andt r iaal out t he igure'. TIhey are the
,TAiN DARD! RE3MEDY
orlianness, conita~ning No An:NIC, andl
Pic ,I prepai,1 l per box, b fr 65.
iknhif "'It W TO GE lT FAT,'' FREF.
The iTmNA C( 'i 1 0...>rodwy.N.Y
lJ -.nt 'ioi h Iatim'.1 M iea Sprn':
Icet tea-ilhers. ileili'ed home1. lII -. P rae
Lati. $in: Jer malith. Muzic aoid Art
nly $:;0') per mnithi ixtram f~iola'h.
[erV. (.. A. I AM 3I'T'ON. All U~caiing, N. C.
illDI)1EW'A Y. IS. C.
. F*. STit()DE, (t-ier-,ity of V'irginian'
O:Ter- coiurscs in Latin. G ;r ek. Mat in -
roal Schooul biraehces.
Tnet-e h Co:'5 e prp~ai. Term
stYING DONE AN'i IC
The Hot Weather
Will soon be on in fall force and you will need light goolIs. We have them
in great variety and beautiful styles.
White Goods in plain India' Linen, very slicer and prety, Checked and
Striped Muslins, fancy effects, and Dotted Swiss.
Beautiful styles in colored Lawns and Jackonets, tine Dimities and Swisi
with colored dotQ. Big variety in cheap Lawns frou sc. and up. Duck, Pet
cals, Gingharn, in varic-ty of styles and quaiitv. Sateieas for waitts, hand
some and new.
We have the third order in of those Silk Shirt Waists. Take a look at hem.
Light weizht 6erges in b ui and black, ju-t t he 1 hin fur skirts.
Ju'st reeived, a second supply of Lace and Embroideries, Insertionls t
match. Irili 1'oints are all the go; see them.
%,- an b It IuV 11 t i, line, but h .v- i& ceivel new sunpplies and the
sun-k i : ; fl Tife jood r . I-sh an the prfcts right. We are endeav
or1: ie m p - . . n- er h polite attention and nice work.
SHOES. + SHOES.
e . .. -, h-- c and Ladie,' Oxfords
in biat k nn I t-v -a! -.: ~:L'os,,ins
Gent!r' White and Ng :s'e Shirts, Guite U:.d.rwvnr, Ties, &c.
FULL L1NE CS"YLISI STRAW HATS.
We want your trade and feel confident uood.s will never be cheaper than
now; so now is the time to 4uy. Come and see nA.
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-- your express charges.
Large a nid handsome building completed.
Delightful climate, P I L S
Now in the 57th year of its ex- 10 23
Ttal expense for board and tuition FLevelin, Drawing, Etc.,
,ile to~..t. Apply to
W Wri-e for Catalogue. T. M. BOUTL WARE,
w. M. GitIER, President. 7-8txly ' oodward, S. C.
DR. E. C. JETER, J E I TA
Physician and Surgeon. IB. J. QUA TT LEBAUM, LD Df.
oiTers his professi~nal services to the
eople of Fairfield.1
1 tfice address. Jenkinsville, s. C.