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SUMTER, S. C.,
Livery, Sale and Feed Stables,
Horses and Mules; also Stock Food
of All Kinds.
Agent for Rue.lih. \V i t' anid
Oweusbro \Vagons :mid tits b'.i -ar
o~\tf PIlcaoirt t itI
Rakes, M4owers, Reapers,
\ iu :i "lo- c~if iiarmingiZ tt ahtainery
W. B. BOYLE,
Liberty St., SUMTER, S. C.
Doors, Sash, Blinds,
Moulding and Building
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Sash Weights and Cords and
Window and Fancy Glass a Specialty.
Digests what you eat.
It artificially digests the food and aids
Nature in strengthening and recon
structing the exhausted digestive or
gans. It is the latest discovereddigest
ant and tonic. No other preparation
can approach it in efficiency. It in
stantly relieves and permanently cures
Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn,
Flatulence, Sour Stomach, Nausea,
Sick Headache, Gastralgia,Crampsand
all other results of imperfect digestion.
Price50c. and $1. Large size containssM times
small size. Book 01 about dyspepsiamaildfree
Prepared by E. C. DeWITT a Co.. CbIcago.
The R. B. L~ryea Drug Store,
Is where you get the right
sort of Clothes without dan
ger of mistake. Our Clothes
are of the right sort, and you
will appreciate their excel
lence and smallness of cost.
We Lake Clothe3 to Order
for those who prefer them.
Lasting Materials, proper fit
and make and moderate pri
ces. Your orders will have
our best attention.
J, L DAID & BRO
S. W. Cor. King and Wentworth Sts.,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
I have opened up a Sewving Machine
store next door to Mr. S. A. lligby's
general merchandise store August 1st.
1900. I will carry the
The new ball-bearing " New Home."
the best machine made: also "e
Ideal" and '"Climax." from S18 to $40.
I sell on Instalment. Easy Payment
Plan. I clean and repair any kind of
machines for least money possible.
Call and see me.
A. I. BARRON, Ag't.
Opp. Central H-otel, Manning, S. C.
-: DEALER IN:
Bicycles and Bicycle Supplies.
I also repair' wheels and guarantee my
MACHINERY REPAIRINO A SPECIALTY.
All work entrusted to me will receive
prlompt attention either day or night.
J. S. BELL.
FlIRE. LI'E. A'CCIDENT &
A FULL LINE OF SAMPLES.
Carpets, Art Squares,
RUGS. DRA.PERIES a IIED SETS.
Colord desians and sampihcs of 'ood-.
Carpe' sewed free and wad-d Iiina fur.
J. L. WVILSON.
I eties dcirngn surveyVs andi plats
miade wli receive my most careful and
hh'I am t supl with imp iilrovedl instru
atunnneirton. S. C.
land Surveying and Leveling,
I will do Survey ig, etc.,. in (Clren
C'all at. ollice or addtress at Sumter. S.
C. P. 0. Box 101.
"THERE ARE NO TRUSTS," Says Mark HIanna.
"TRADE FOLLOWS THE FLAG," Says McKinley.
THE LEVI BROTERS Zter
Haven't the time to investigate either of these assertions,
they are too busy handling the tremendous amount of cotton
that is flowing into Sumter by reason of the high prices paid.
This firm is largelv responsible for the great influx of the
fleecy staple to Sumter, by offering a better price than the
producers can get elsewhere. Their stock of
DRY GOODS, CLOTHING,
SHOES, HATS di GROCERIES
Is in keeping with their advanced methods of doing business.
In this establishment everything is measured by business
rules, and no customer is permitted to go away displeased.
For many years the Clarendon farmers have made their
headquarters with us and have given us a large share of pat
That we do not permit any house in Sumter to undersell us,
and that our stock of General Merchandise was never more
We ask our friends in Clarendon county, when they come
to the Sumter market to buy, to make an inspection of our
immense stock which was selected with great care in the very
9W'Don't forget that we pay the very top prices for cotton.
SUmTrter, : 3 e, S C.
Manning Hardware Co.
Is now established in their commodious and conveniently ap
pointed building and fully equipped with an immense stock to meet
the requirements and demands of their patrons.
They call your attention to the following seasonable lines:
MILL SUPPLIES, STEAM FITTINGS, BELTING, OILS, etc.
DEERING MOWERS AND HAY RAKES,
CANE MILLS, EVAPORATORS AND KETTLES.
A FULL LINE OF GUNS AND PISTOLS,
SHELLS, SHOT, POWDER, CARTRIDGES, etc.
POCKET CUTLERY A SPECIALTY.
STOVES, RANGES AND HEATERS.
BLUE FLAME OIL STOVES.
ANTI-RUST TINWARE, GREY ENAMEL WARE,
POTWARE AND WOODEN WARE,
BUGGY AND WAGON MATERIAL,
HARNESS, SADDLES, LEATHER & HARNESS REPAIRS.
BICYCLES, BICYCLE REPAIRS & EQUIPMENTS.
Ham mar Paint.
A Paint with a 5-year guarantee. Painters and those who ex
pect to use paint for any purpose, will do well to inquire into the
merits of this Paint.
To Consunmers SAEO OT AOIA
Lager Beer, yiR~tH .iYmd
We are now in position to ship BeerthesaeoanefcsofF
all over this State at the following Finl ob eesd
prices:Th ear thrfr tocean
Pints. "Export bottles,"' five and ten amns l n iglrtekn
dozen in package, at de n rdtr f h adF
90 3. Per Dozen. beadapabeoem.ith
We will allow you18~e per dozen f.o.b.nionte1hdaofovmr
your depot for all Export pint bottles nxatrpbiainteef t1
and can use all other bottles and will ocoki h oeon oso
carefl attntioount[y of Clarndon. M
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on ~tgcIo fl. lCrCen O sal l ans. onLish te lads inua.tekn
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ATTONEY T LA, :lhsaid idtrtonshould ot be
Al ressaNl G hav our pro ptanNofOcob r, S. . IND AM
A Human His Cowed the Lion.
At Cape Town a lion tamer was go
ing through a performance in a cage
with a full grown lion lately caught.
Suddenly it was seen that the brute
was putting the trainer through his
paces rather than being put through it
self. softly, crouching and creeping,
the big cat edged itself between the
thoroughly unnerved man and the door
of the den, fixing its victim with two
rolling yellow orbs of flaming ferocity
and sawing the empty air with its tuft
ed tail as it crouched preparatory to
Many men among the audience, used
to the ways of wild beasts, saw and
comprehended. but only one man pos
sessed the knowledge and the presence
of mind to avert the apparently inevi
table. Pursing up his lips as though
he were going to whistle, he emitted a
horse. low. rasping hiss.
The beast heard and understood, for
the sound was an exact imitation of
the noise made by the giant constrictor
when its huge body is coiled for the
throw that never misses, that never re
laxes and that no beast of the field is
strong enough to withstand. Again
and yet again the raucous sound rasp.
ed the stillness, and the angry brute
drew back its head. its great eyes grew
small and dull, the hackles rose and
stiffened on its back, and it cowered,
whining, on the floor of the cage.
What "Yours Sincerely" Means.
Perhaps the Jerry builders of London
who construct ceilings part of which
tumble into one's soup and floors
which unexpectedly drop into the cel
lar would not be so glib to subscribe
themselves "Yours sincerely" if they
knew the origin of the phrase. The
Stone Trades Journal, waxing classic
and Vitruviuslike, gives the source of
the thing, which to students is old, but
which may be new to the gentry who
profess to provide shelter for a great
part of the community:
"The extent to which marble is en
tering into the decoration of modern
buildings is but a repetition of the his
tory of Roman architecture. The fact
is that the old Roman Jerry builders
used defective slabs of marble in erect
ing residences to sell at reduced rates
and covered up the defects with a ce
ment of which white wax formed the
chief ingredient. They looked just as
stately as the others till an exception
ally hot sun melted the wax and re
vealed the fraud; hence a perfect build
ing was said to be 'sine cera' or 'with
out wax,' and a friendship perfected
by the trial of adversity was said to
be 'without wax.' The signature 'sine
cera,' as a symbol of genuine affection
and probity, has been used ever since
and is perpetuated in the English word
Cowardice of Sharks.
Many tales have been told of how
human beings have been devoured by
the ih that is known as the "man
eater." Although many of these have
been greatly exaggerated, they are to
a certain extent true. It is also true
that sharks have been known to follow
a ship for days, picking up and eating
that which had been thrown overboard
Notwithstanding all this the coward
liness of sharks is well known among
men who have been much to sea in
southern waters. The fiercest shark
will get out of the way of a swimmer
if the latter sets up a noisy splashing.
A shark fears anything that splashes
in the water. Among the south sea is
lands the natives never go bathing
alone, but always in parties of half a
dozen or so, in order that they may
make a great hubbub In the water and
thus frighten away the sharks. Once
in awhile a too venturesome swimmer
pmong these natives foishly detachjes
himself from his party and forgets to
keep up his splashing. Then there is a
swish, and the man eater comes up
from under him like a flash, and he Is
A Lazy Beggar.
I once had a conversation, said ar
Isle of Man bank manager, speaking
of Hall Caine, with two old friends of
mine, a farmer and his buxom wife,
who live within a few yards of Greeba
castle, the great Manx author's resi
deuce, Eghl Caine had just taken up
his abode in his new house, and I start
ed the conversation by saying to the
worthy farmer and wife:
'-So you have the great Hall Caine
near you now?"
Farmer and Wife-Aye, man.
Farmer's Wife-And wvhat tremenjus
style they are keeping! It's amazing.
Farmer-And what's he doing for a
living, Mr. --?
Bank Manager (greatly astonished)
What, don't you know hie is a popular
Farmer-And what's that?
Bank Manager-Why, he writes suc
Farmer (with a fine show of con
tempt-The lazy beggar!
I need hardly say, concluded my
correspondent, that I collapsed.
Time a a Sculptor.
A portrait traced by nature on a wo
man's tombstone, says The Scots Pic
torial, has recently been discovered in
Jdburgh graveyard, near the famous
abbey. The stone was erected in 1798
by a worthy baille of Jethart to the
memory of his wife, Alison Renwick.
The slow finger of time has worn away
lost of the facing on :he front of the~
stone, and part of it is overgrown with
moss, which has outlined the features,
Local opinion favors the view that the
face is a likeness of the good old lady
who sleeps beneath, a theory which
has at least the merit of being diffiult
of disproof, since no one living can pos
sibly have seen her.
Carrying Out the Rule.
"Some editor who has been giving
advice to people on how to live to be
old says that one of the main rules to
follow is to go away from the table at
each meal feeling as if you could eat
"Well, say, if that's right, every fel
low at our boarding house ought to
live to be a hundred!"-Cleveland Plain
Mr. Corntossel-I can't understand
these here theater troopers.
Mr. Meddergrass-What is the mat
M r. Corntossel-Why, they advertised
this here drummer of "Th' Black Vow
of Vengeance" as havin plenty of life
in it, an blame if they didn't kill 16
people in th' first act.-Baltimore Amer
"No one," gravely announced Socra
tes, '"can arrest the flight of time."
"Noe" queryingly interrupted a by
stander. "I thought anybody could
stop a minute." And even the disciples
of the great philosopher were forced to
smile behind their togas.-Philadelphia
The highest point at which flowering
plants have been found was in Tibet,
at 19,200 feet. Nine species were re
corded at 19,000 feet or higher.
The average height of an English
nn is 5 feet 9%i inches,
Vultures and Rattlesnakes.
When the international boundary
commission resurveyed the lines be
tween the United States and Mexico,
there were naturalists in the party.
Dr. Mearns, who, with his assistants,
collected many specimens of birds and
.mammals, tells of a fight in the air be
tween a California vulture and a rat
tiesnake which he saw while exploring
the Cocopah mountains of Lower Cal
It was in the early morning. The big
bird had seized the snake behind the
head and was struggling upward with
its writhing, deadly burden. The
snake's captor appeared aware that its
victim was dangerous. The burden
was heavy, as the reptile was nearly
live feet long.
The grip of the bird on the snake's
body was not of the best. The snake
seemed to be squirming from its cap
tor's talons, at least sufficiently to en
able it to strike. Its triangular head
was seen to recoil and dart at the mass
It did this once or twice. and then,
with a shriek, the vulture dropped its
prey. The bird was prol;ably 500 feet
or so above the observers. The aston
ished men were then treated to a spec
tacle seldom seen. Few birds but a
vulture could accomplish such a feat.
The instant the snake escaped from
the bird's clutches it dropped .arth
ward like a shot, and, like a shot, the
bird dropped after it. catching it in
midair with a grip that caused death.
At any rate, the snake ceased to wrig
gle, and the vulture soared away to a
mountain peak to devour its hard earn
ed meal.-Youth's Companion.
Origin of "Under the Rose."
In Greek mythology the rose was the
symbol of silence, as it was said that
Cupid, the son of Venus, gave the god of
silence a golden rose as a bribe to con
ceal the amours of the goddess of love.
It was, therefore, sculptured on the
ceilings of banqueting halls and placed
as a sign above the doors of question
able resorts. Guests at feasts were
crowned with roses to intimate that
their conversations while in their cups
were not to be repeated elsewhere.
The phrase obtained currency in
Greece after Pausanias, the admiral of
the Greek fleet, plotted with Xerxes to
betray the cause of the Greeks by sur
rendering the ships, the negotiations
being conducted in a small banqueting
hall, the roof of which was, as usual,
covered with sculptured roses. The
plot, however, was discovered and or
ders given for the arrest of the traitor.
Pausanias endeavored to make his ref
uge in a temple which possessed the
right of asylum. Unwilling to violate
the sanctity of the place by forcibly
removing him and still more unwilling
to allow him to escape, his fellow citi
zens walled up every entrance and.
by one account, left him to die of star
vation; by another, killed him by un
roofing the building and throwing
down the tiles on his head.
Greasing the Wheels.
A Russian paper gives an interesting
insight into the way they do things on
the Siberian railway.
4 merchant recently sent a carload
of fruit from Irkutsk to Chita. The
railway charges were 170 rubles, but
the tips to railway officials amounted
to 120 rubles more.
Tipping, or "greasing," as it is called
in Siberia, is a tax from which no pa
tron of the railway is exempt.
In the case mentioned the first sta
tion master told the merchant that the
loaded car was "sick," or disabled,
and would have to be side tracked for
"Hlow long wvill It take tQ iiake the
repairg'" the merchant askedl
"Oh, a week at least," was the an
The merchant started, for a week's
delay meant the spoiling of his cargo,
and, besides, it was ordered for imme
diate delivery. But when the fruit
dealer had slipped 10 or 15 rubles into
the official's hid the latter found that
the car was well cnough to travel,
At the next station the car fell ill
again and had to be restored to health
in the same ianner, and this process
was repeated every time the train
Local merchants have become used
to this "greasing" business and simply
add the amount to the price of their
wares, so that the consumer pays the
freight and the tips as well.
Mioney In Soiled Linen.
"It is astonishing how careless peo
pie are about sending clothes to a laun
dry without first searching them for
money and jewelry," said the manager
of a laundry the other day. "Yester
day a woman sent a bundle of dresses
here, and in the pocket of one was
$190 in bills. We never search cloth
ing for valuables. The dresses were
put in the washing machine, soap and
water put in, and after the machine
had been running half an hour It was
opened, and the man in charge was as
tonished to see paper money floating
around on the water. The bills had in
some manner worked out of the pocket
of the dress, and, strange to say, not
one of them was torn. We ran the
money through the dry-ing machine
and then ironed each bill carefully.
After we got through you could not
have told that the' money had been in
laundry washing unchilne for half an
hour. We sent for the woman, and
when she came to the laundry she had
not yet missed her money.
"Not long ago a man sent some shirts
to our laundry fr'om the bosom of one
of which he forgot to remove a din
mond stud worth $150. Our people did
not see the diamond, and we did not
find It until he called us up and made
known his loss. Then I put my men to
searching, and we found the diamond
in the catch basin in the sewer."-New
York Mall and Express.
A small boy was fishing on Sunday
morning, Ie had a basket of fish
alongside of him. A clergyman hap.
pned to see him, and, going over to
where lie was busily watching the bob.
"You-naughty, cruel boy: Don't you
know that it is a sin to fish on the Sab
bath? Besides the sin, think of the
cruelty of it-taking the poor little
worm out of the ground and sticking
that nasty sharp hook through its
"That ain't no worm. That's an ar
tificial fly!" answered the boy.
"Ah, I was mistaken," said the
"So were these fish," said the boy,
picking up the basket and showing
them to the clergyman.--New York
Acorns as Charming Ornaments,
Take a large acorn, suspend It by a
thread so as to nearly touch the wvater
in any glass vessel, set it upon your
manteshelf, bracket or table, and let
it stand there for abobz two months
without in any way interfering with it
xcepting to supply fresh water.
The acorn will burst, throw a root
down into the water and a stem up
ward, sending out from the stem beau
Hard ware-Implements- Stoves.
L B. DuRANT, "WC
Being in close touch with the very best markets, I am better prepared
to handle the trade than ever before, and I therefore invite an inspection
of my stock.
Remember I am in the Dtucker-Bultman Company building, opposite
the Court House. Come to see iue when you want
Hardware, Stoves, House
Furnishing Goods, Harness,
Saddles, Leather, &c., &c.
A MAGNIFICENT LINE OF
CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE.
My store is headquarters for Guns, Pistols, Powder, Shot, Shells and
the very latest in Sporting Goods.
I also handle large quantities of Paints, Oils, and Window Glass.
For Engine and Mill Supplies there is no better place to buy.
Come and examine my large line of Cooking and Heating Stoves.
Every Stove bought from me is warranted.
L. B. DuRANT,
STJMTER, - - S. C.
Some Special Bargains.
40-lb boxes Starch. best grade, at...........................................................3%c per l
Smoked Dried Herrings...... ............................................................20c per box
New Mackerel. 14 good fish to kit .... ..... ....................................90c
Fancy Full Cream Cheese. ,' to 24 lbs each. at....... ................... ...13e per lb
Best Fancy Elgin Creamery Butter, 60-lb tubs, at........................... .........4c per lb
American Sardines-new pack...............................................83.85 per case 100 cans
10-oz Tumbler Fruit Jelly. 3 doz to.case........... ........ ........ ..........75c per doz
3-lb stand Tomatoes. 2 doz in case....................................................... ...90c doz
2-lb stand Tomatoes. 2 doz in case... .. ..........................................Oc doz
Half-pint bottles Assorted Pickles. 2 doz in cause .....................................?5c doz
1-1b cans Cove Oysters, full weight. 2 and 4 doz in case.....................................9Oc doz
2-beans Fancy Maine packed Sugar Corn................................$1.20 doz
2-1h cans Fancy New York State packed Sugar Corn...........................................$1 doz
Lemons. .5%c: Nic Nacks........5%Gc per lb Best Fancy Patent.................$4.45 bbl
Ginger Snaps. Sc: Soda Crackers.... .5c per lb Best Half Patert......................... 4.10 bbl
Sugar Crackers 6c: Fancy Mixed.....634c per lb Best Straight............................ 3.90 bbl
Cream Lunch Biscuits...........7c per lb Best Family................... 3.25 bbl
Oatflakes. 2-lb packages...................90c doz Salt. 100 lbs................................57c bag
MEAL, GRITS, BACON AND LARD AT LOWEST PRICES.
Cigars, Cheroots, Cigarettes and Tobacco.
Diamond T Cigar. best 5c seller. at........................... .... .....................$35 per 1.000
Success. none better.. ... ................ ............................................. 35 per 1.000
E. L. Royal Cigar. good smoke.................................................. 25 per 1.000
Try our Leader................................. .......... 810.50 1.000: 60c box
Old Virginia Cheroots............. ...................s3.15 per box of 250 Cheroots: 3 for Sc
Old Glory Cheroots......................................... ...82.90 per box of 200 Cheroots
World's Best Cheroots.........................................83.25 per box of 250 Cheroots; 3 for 5c
Duke's Cigarettes.............................................................$3.90 per 1.000
Cicycle Cigarettes..................... ................................. ..........$2.65 per 1,000
Bi Supply of Tobacco Ne Schnapps, Early Bird, . n ..
Big Supl ofTbcoMable. Lana Roohk, Little Fancy. Red.
Eve and various other kinds-prices ranging from 25c. 35c and 45c per lb.
Big Drives In Soap.
OCTAGON, VICTORY, TIP-TOP, ELECTRIC, IMPERIAL.
SHOE BLACKING. INK. BLUEING, Etc.
Sec us. or get our prices before you buy.
CROSSWELL & CO,
Harris Lithia Waterm.
Contains more Lithia than other Lithia spring water in
America, which is shown by the noted chemist, Dr. Doremus of New York.
Read what Dr. A. N. Talley, Sr., and Dr. J. Mi. Kibler have to say for
HARRIS LITHIA WATER:
After a long and varied experience Ihv rsrbd"arsLti
in the use of mineral waters from Wtr nm rcie n md
many sources, both foreign and do- i sidctd naltoecni
mestic, I am fully persuaded that the tosi hc hr sui cdi
Harris Lithia Water possesses efficacy tessei ot n huai
in the treatment of afflictions of thediteincytisadnoev
Kidney and the Bladder unequalled rnldos n yppidet
by any other Water of which I have tri ie rcntptoIhv
made trial,.on h etrsut rmti m
This opinion is based upon obser- ea ae.Idei a eue
vation of its effects upon my patientsfouamyugetislspcly
for the past three years,during whichwhnLtiisndce.Ireo
time I have prescribed it freely and mn tt h ulc n eiv
most uniformly with benefit in thethrisnsueoritaWtrin
medical maladies above mentioned,. hscuty
A. N.TALLEY, M. D.J..KBERM.D
ColubiaS. C, Otobe 8, 892 hew psrberr d. Sept. i 9, ithia
~~Vith all modernr" n myproeetEcriLghs and ticecand et theo
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WathesCloks teringSi here Dims Jewelpry uthi larin
The hinot ew ow Speend Eye Glassts
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Seciaathnd theoHotel attention gven prng all Repaiinwelmlne
Fati orasl aLi e R..L ore Dru S re
Watc Easptoay -V - CharlestonV , S. C.
WINE OF CARDOM
has brought permanent relief to amil
lion anf r women who wereon their
was decinig~nhealth, whean
of Cardul performed a"wonderfulCZ
in her case. She suffered withthe ago
nies of falling of the womb, leucorrh s
and profuse menstruation. The weekly
appearance of tho menseefortwo mnh
sapdher vitality until she was aphys
way. Then came the trial of Wine of
Cardui and the cure. Mrs. Mitchell's
experience ought to commend Wino of
Carduito suffering women in words of
Is within the reach of al. Women who
try it are relieved. Ask your druggist
for a =i bottle of Wine of Card i and do
not take a substitute if ten you.
Mrs. Willie Mitchel. South Gaston, R.C.t
"Wine of Cardut and Thedfod'U Blurb
Draugh ve rformed a miraculous are
in m cae. Ihadbeen a great mu5brer
and Black-Draught, and nov the ec
3uggies, Wagons, Road
Cart and Ca rriages
With Neatness and Despatch
R. A. WHITE'S~
I repair Stoves, Pumps and run water
pipes, or I will put down a new Pump%
If you need any s'oldering done, give
me a call.
My horse is lame. Why? Because
did not have it shod by R.A. e
pai olaBggisoaris, Road~
Cat s and thatg s cha. na
CartsGH and Wgn
Come and see me. My prices will
please you, and I guarantee all of my
Shop on corner below R M. Dean s
R. A. WHITE:
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PrAp cordeial viatn o~gt~I
Mansins Times fromck .m.t
Busines hcours frm . . t~o
S.M xsJOSEPH STT
GIVE US A TRIAL
For Sale or Rent.2
The Lot and Dwelling of Rev. .Ja
~cDowell in Manning
Also two desirable Building I~
joining for sale. For term appY
Manning, S- C.