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th# WofMi Phllo4*gtwf olw4>* give*
tiiiiibh htt» of In her Infotmol
ItUle with* with Iff friends Tbr truth
of th* matter h that thi* Ml vie* 4*4'
orally th* atoot unwelcome of vaftfabt**
grtlHea la no (r#ri*fu!lf dtfiytite*‘-.2 that
If fa only after on# ha» profited t*y It.
at llraf aaonaadotaaly. not aevan time*,
hot oeventy time# acre*. that lie peat-
Her valut dawn* upon oof* mental
Recent tjr. In her present". a young
vmmii crut< t.’<l the r ndu< iof a mu-
U.al arqtmintatu »*, a yoiany man »4
whom yfrtttea and fault* wot# some
what cunfueingly Wended. VV hen the
girl left, a man who knew very inti
mately the one under dlavuaaloti re
“I iMnk Miss X was rather too hard
«n a . You have no lde« h>w much
he ad ml res her. and what a good friend
to her he really has alway* been.
The Philosopher replied quickly:
“Neither hae ehe any Idea of t hie ad
miration and friendship. Indeed, what
right ha* the to suppose that It e*l»t"
at all. alnee he haa never *hown It In
any way? I happened to be with, her
quite lately, whin someone. .«i spanking
to her. referred to A—“ a* ’your friend.
A .' ‘Why do you call him my
friend?' she a»ked. 'Becauae,' raid the
other, In *ome aurprlae, ‘1 have heard
him speak of you »o often.’ I* that
really true? I have the very slightest
aequaintance with him. 1 think, during
the thro* or four years I have known
him, he ha* called Dot half a dozen
time*, and I have never been out with
“If a really «<lmlred the girl, why
did he not show It In *ome way? Th *
girl* of today, especially those of the
South, do .not construe every little at
tention into a possible advance from a
would!)* lover, and how are they to
recognize a man’* friendship (f b? docs
not show a preference for their society,
pay them some attention, or tell them
he enjoys being with them?
“It Is ere of th* greatest eiror* in
social Intercourse that friendship of all
kinds Is too frequently silent. We ate
not all so spiritually superior as Emer
son. that we can exist on tt>* mere
name of a thing, Most of us are glo
riously—or. In gloriously, If you would
have It so.—hurnen, and we must have
tile substance, rather than the shadow,
if we would be happy. I go frequently
think of I>r. Willetts’ response to a
compliment paid bim by a woman who
had just heard his charming lecture on
•Burshine.' 'Ah, Madame. I th' nk you!
I had far rather have a little taffy
while t am alive than a great deal of
epi-tarhry when I em dead.’
••jf we love our friends, why do we
rot tell them so now. while the occasion
offers. Instead of waiting t ) wiite leng
tbey In Memorlams after they have left
us? W* all realize, when ft Is too late,
that we might have dr.ee or said so
much more. But I am growing entir -
)y too serious. It 1s almost o sermon
I am preaching. Remember, though,”
with a laughing shake of the heat!
“that a woman has no right to sup
pose a man likes her. unless ho tells her
so, or proves it in some other matinm
possibly more convincing. Just as *b’
has no right to suppose' he wishes to
marry her, unless he asks in plain Kn
gllsh—or. yes, of course. French or
frerman, as the case may be—‘Will you
be my wife?’ ” ... _
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I “Isn’t the shop Interesting?”
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I*, but It Is surh bad form to ronatant
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»ny ether spheres of life. Aa a natural
’ ton sequence, they ran talk more Inter
’ cHtlngly along these lines than nn any
j other topics, Just as a writer Is most
'successful when he writes only of the
'people and the places he knows best.
: Aside from the considerations of en
tertainment. no end of valuable Infor
! relation, sure to be of use some dey, can
i |,e picked up from what you acorn «»
'the shop talk of well Informed people.
(Then, too,—this from a very Hellish
i standpoint—you. yourself. v»fll always
appear most ( harming when you talio
!>»'.«is to draw out a man or woman < n
f ids or her .specialty. For a girl who
, wishes to be popular, that Is something
'of a consideration. Is it not?”
He Never Told His Love.
■B in *o noble,” someone remark
!(*d. “He h»* been desperately in love
(with A for month*, and yet he has
never told her so, fer he i cables thot
it will be year* before !>e can afford
|to marry. Den t you think it splendid
j "Thai depends,'' said the Philosopher.
| "What, in the meantime, becomes <*f
“Bl e doesn’t know anything about
[ That * where he ha* acted so grand
"No tlret is scarcely probable. If be
'love* her. a* you say he doe*, he could
scarcely help showing it In some way.
1 In this world, s'-ntlmental in spite of
the p-allst*. love frequently beget* love,
and It ia barely possible that tb? girl!
In this case reciprocates the man’s un- j
spoken love. Rather a trying position
for her, is It not, to feel instinctively
that this man cares for her, to care
! for him in return, and to constantly
!wonder why he so long continues silent
on the subject? Tt would he only nat
ural for her to doubt him or to mis
judge his motive*. Perhaps, should he
apeak. ffo would find that she I* even
more adverse than he to marriage on
ap insufficient or uncertain income.
Nine times out of ten, a women is more
practical than a man about these
thins*. You claim that vour man is
.noble and disinterested. Why shouldn't,
he triv" the girl an opportunity of being j
so beautifully unselfish too? I ran im- j
aglno no greeter, torture to a girl of ;
sririt than doing the Mariana in the'
Mefed Grange pose while her lover ,
mnginifirrnt’l v. does the giving un. Pos
sibly she. too; might enjoy the martyr
attitude, so it’ is the very least he can
do to afford her the pleasure of giving
him un. tt may he that he is r.fraid
it won’t he a giving up, and that means
he doesn’t really love her at all. That;
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keen || o« h««4 The SI *r«l II rent hot
«f| o itf a | r ay t tHum A Brrd
Co,. C- H. I’art. ot Ban Tower Drug
j Mr W. F Cummlng ot the M»mp-
Mr Hi. Julian Carwlle, a popular
traveling man, whose home la In Kdge
fir id, is in the city.
Messrs Judson Mcßlmurray Frank
dray and M O. Blackwell ot Waynea
bero are at the Planters.
I Capt. Alii*) Moragae of Bordeaux. B.
C., la in town. Be reports corn and cot
! ton cropa In his nelgtslmrhood as good
'as the average and In super-abundance.
Mr Marion Clark, recently n resident
at Texas. Is In the cliy. Mr. dark
comes to accept a posit tun In Judge
W. M. Dunbar’s ne wmlll, which will
soon begin operations.
Mr. Britt Rodgers, the model farmer
of Burke county. Is In list* city today.
Mr. Rodgers Is. besides being a Brst
i class farmer, one of the most Intelli
gent Mid progressive citlxens of that
I (hr.lni Charlie Parks, formerly of the
Atlanta Journal, but now traveling for
a Newberry rolfln factory, la in the
city. Charlie I* dlkturlied about his phy
sical condition. Ho Is fearful of Inanl
itl.gi. He says he Is all right otherwise
ond hss a packet full of rocks and no
thing to chunk at.
Mr. Parker Jordan, of Greenwood, S.
C., waa In the city yesterday, a guest
of the Arlington Mr. Jordan Is pres
ident of a flourishing bank to Oreen
| wood. About a year ago he organised a
(niton mill and at the first annual
(meeting of the stockholders they de
cided to enlarge their plant.
AN ENTERPRISING DRUGGIST.
i There are few men more wide
awake and enterprising than Howard A
Wlllet, who spare no pains to serure
the best of everything In their line for
their many customer*. They now have
the valuable agency for Dr. King’s
Ne’.'; Discovery for Consumption,
Coughs and Cold*. This la the wonder
ifui remedy that is securing such a ?u
--iror all over the country by its many
istartling cures. It absolutely cure*
' Asthma, Bronchitis, Hoarseness and all
affection* of the throat, chest and
(lungs Cal lat above dtug store and get
'a tiia! buttle for 10c. or a regular size
I for 00 cent* and JI.OO. Guaranteed to
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Important Announcement (lade Tills
As has bun slated before, the Au
gusta lyteum will go back to their old
quarters in Masonic bail next season,
! end instead of one 1; eeuen with a
(membership of sr”en or eight hundred
there will ba two. Lyceum A and Ly
ceum B, each with a membership of
This will do away with any undue
crowding and will in many ways he
picasan n r.
The enrollment of members is pro
gressing finely and President .Jones
states that there are only six vacan
cies left in the list of Lyceum A. Just,
as seen as this list is closed that of
I,cm B will bo openerl up, and al
ready there are fifty names waiting
enrollment. The season of ’9B-’99 will
be opened on the 20th of October by:
George Wendling or Dr. Robert Mcl;i-j
tyre, and the list of attractions for the
season are of unusual merit. Those
of I.yceum A will be reproduced the
following night for Lyceujn B.
Miss Grace W. Root, a daughter of
the composer, ended her life by the use
of chloroform last week.
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1 Vl / , —An . JD.
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Ho not th« life of y»»tir child by
rtw-dit Miheiiiulc which pome may finer you
11* ran**’ he gulitii a few niofc prnnief on It), the in*
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BEAR 3 THE SIGNATURE OF
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a Summer’s Suit would not be uncomfortable.
There is one great advantage In buying a
suit now ; you can get a very fine Suit for lit
tle money compared to what its value would
bring at the beginning of the season.
Reason teaches economy. You save
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