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COME TO McnE
EARLY JUNE PEAS, FANCY
SWEET CORN, BARTLETTE
PEARS, CALIFORNIA PEACHES,
All kinds of Flavorings, Candies, 1
Crackers of all kinds, and fresh.
Catsups, Pickles,. lince Meat, very t
choice Apples in quart cans, Tapioca,
Vermicelli, Postum Cereal, Cigars
The best of Groceries, and Vegeta
bles of every variety.
The finest grades of Tea and Coffee, I
Housekeepers, give me a trial and I
I will please yon.
P. B. MOTJZON.
GeotS. Hacker &Son
Doors, Sash, Blinds,
Moulding and Building
CHARLESTON, S. C.
P Sash Weights and Cords,
Hardware and Paints.
Window and Fancy Glass a Specialty.
Do You Walt
C HEs ?
THEN COME OR SEND TO US.
We have the best equipped Tailor
ing Establishment in the State.
High Art Clothing
solely and we carry the best line of
Hats and Gent's Furnishings in the
Aitk your most prominent men who
we are,. and they will commend y on
iiL DAVID & BRO.,
Cor. King & Wentworth Sts.,
CHARLESTON, .. S. C.
We promptly obtain U. S. and Foreignl
frerpot n atnbit. Fo rfree bo
Opposite U. S. Patent Office
WASH INGTON D. C.
DR. J. FRANK GEIGER,
MANNING, S. C.
'Phone No. 6.
w C.o DAVIS,t
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
MANNING, S. C.
J7. S. WILSON. W. C. DURANT
WILSON & DURANT,
Allorneys and Counselors ot Lawe,
MANNING, S. C.
GIVE~ US A TRIAL.
MONEY TO LOAN.
I am prepared to negotiate loans
on good real estate security, on rea
Sumter, S. C.
Charleston, S. C.
GAGER'S White Lime~
Has no equal for quality, strength and
Cooperage. Packed in Heavy Cooper
age and Standard Cooperang emet
Rosendale Cemen%, Fire Brick, Rooting
The ancient custom at Lanark, Scot
and, of "Whuppity Scoorie," the origin
tnd mnca'ing of which are lost, is cele
)rated annually and watched by a
rrowd of grown ups. The town bell is
-ng nightly at G o'clock from March
o September and then lies dumb -for
ix months. On the first night of the
inging all the young folk congregate
Lt the cross. and after parading three
Imes round the parish church the La
iark lads meet the New Lanark boys
n a free fight, in which the only legit
mate weapons are their caps tied at
he end of pieces of string.
Too Much Lungs.
One of the greatest pugilists that
tmerica ever produced, John Dwyer
,f Brooklyn, quit his regular occupa
ion to enter the counting room. He
Lied within a year from tuberculosis.
Lhe explanation in this case was sim
>e enough. The immense lungs which
ere necessarily an advantage in the
>rize ring fell Into disuse in the count
ng room. Disuse meant degeneration,
nd degeneration meant a lack of re
sistance, of which tubercle bacillus
vas not slow to take. advantage.
A Sure Remedy.
"I am fixing up a surprise for John,
ut I am afraid that if he stays around
he house he will discover me."
'That's all right. You just tie a
towel around your head and ask him
f he can't stay at home today and help
rou take up the carpets."-Baltimore
She-Albert, I have come to the con
:usion that I love George better than
[ love you, and
He-What about the engagement
-ing I gave you to wear?
She-Oh, that's all right. George
says he won't object if I wear it.
the sore with washes and salves, beca
plying in the blood and the new Can
ing keep up the irritation and disch2
announce the approach of the eating
sickening cancerous sore begins its
No ulcer or sore can exist with
out some predisposing internal ciuse
that has poisoned the blood, and the
open discharging ulcer, or the fester
ing sore on the lip, cheek or other
part of the body will continue to
spread and eat deeper into the flesh
Cancer germs or morbid matter elim
S. S. S. cleanses the blood of all
antidotal and purifying properties th
and restore the blood to its natural
carried to tb
begins, the i
over and new
minerals of al
If you have an ulcer or chronic se
cal advice will cost you nothing. I
the blood will be sent free. TH
To have our goods righL f
rices are lower than the same
We handle the same goods
>ur prices are LOWER.
If we failed to do as we sa
mnd under no circumstances do o
Will say again that we se:
han you can imagine. We need
n New York and some new bar
any time, but come and see for y
o the Postoffice Block, to HIRE
Eou want now and that's exactly
We have the goods and
hants ask. Then, why pay ot
Let us show you through<
las to go as we have our store
ruin our pretty Hats, so com
vil pay elsewhere.
NOT~NARC 0 TIC.
Aperfeci Remedy for Constipa
fon, Sour Stomach,Diarthoea.
ness and Loss OF SLEEP.
*FacSmitie Signature of'
Poets and Dogs.
Poets have always loved dogs. I
this poets and boys resemble each ot]
er. Walter Savage Landor was d
voted to his dog Giallo, and Byron
epitaph upon his dog Boatswain we a
To mark a friend's remains these ston,
I never had but one, and there he lies.
Cowper was very fond of his do;
and we know how Charles Lamb, wl
was a prose poet, loved his Dash at
how Mrs. Browning appreciated t1
little Flush to whom she indited
poem. The Earl of Shaftesbury kel
his noble collie in his library with hii
at all times, and Samuel Rogers a
ways walked out with his dog. Sco
declincd an invitation to dinner whe
his dog died, saying that lte could n<
accept on account of the "loss of a
Artificial legs and arms are made f
perfectly these days that it is absolut
ly impossible to tell that some peop
are wearing them. Artificial legs ai
made so that the lower part has a
the action of the human foot and a
made to wear the same size shoe :
the opposite foot. The shoe on the re:
foot will wear out in half the time tl
one on the artificial one, which is saJ
to be due to the heat from the re:
member. Artificial hands are made s
that the owner can pick up a pi:
Hard to believe, isn't it? But there
a magnet in the end of the artifici:
Very Mild Tea.
The late Augustus Hare was fond
relating an amusing incident whic
illustrated the absentmindedness <
his cousin, Dean Stanley, and Dr. Jo-.
ett. Both were quite devoid of eith<
taste or smell, and for some reasc
both were inordinately fond of te
One morning they had each drur
eight cups, When suddenly, as Jowe
rose from his table, he exclaimet
"Good gracious! I forgot to put the tf
in!" Neither had noticed the omissic
as he. sipped his favorite beverage.
"Johnnie," said his mother threate3
ngly to the incorrigible, "I am goin
to hive your father whip you when I
comes home tonight."
"Please don't, mamma," replied Johi
nie penitently. "Pa is always so tire
when he comes home."-Stray Stories
The Best Sort.
Willie-Pa, what is a "preferre
Pa-A preferred creditor, my son,
one who doesn't bother us m.uch wil
his bill.-Philadelphia Press.
His Business Qualities.
"What sort of a man is he?"
"A good debtor and a bad creditor
-Detroit Free Press.
Pitch a lucky man into the Nile, sa3
the Arabian proverb, and he will con
up with a fish in his mouth.
He is the happiest who renders ti
greatest number happy.-Desmalus.
The course of study at the coun
smmer school will be Algebr
Pedagogy, Histcry and Civics. TI
ooks to be used are Wentworth's ne
school Algebra, Landon's class manag
met. Lee's new school History at
Peterman's civil government.
S. P. HOLLADAY.
Jfune 27. 1903.
Soath Carolina Military Academy.
There are two vacancies in the Sta
Beneficiar"y Scholarships, to be a ward4
n competitive examinations, for tl
ounty of Clarendon.
Blank forms of application should 1
p~lied for at once zo Col. C. S. Gad
den, Chairman Board of Visitors,
the County Superiu tendent of Educ
tion. These applications, FULL
IADE OUT. must be in the hands
the Chairman on the 30th day of JTu
in order to receive attention.
C. S. GADSDEN,
Chairman Board Trustees.
July 1, 1903.
Beas theA The Kind You Have Always Bougi
The last General Assembly provide
for forty one scholarships, one fro:
aach county, in the normal departmei
at the South~ Carolina College for your
men teachers, or young men intcndir
to teach, worth free tuition and matri
ulaton and forty dollars, at five dolla:
month for eight months to assist
)ayig living expenses, ap~plicatic
must be made by the 1st July. and ai
plicant must be over nineteen yea1
Application blaniks can be had 1
alyplying to Pr'esident Benjamin Slot
of the college. Th is is a good oppo
tunity and we hope some young ma
from Clarendon will take advantage<
it to thoroughly prepare himself it
the teaching prIofession.
S. P. HOLLADAY,
Special ILow Week Retes
Prom points on the Atlantic Coast Lit
o eside resorts. Tickets on salae Sa
dy, good returning inciirding Mls
a following. Attr-acti veseheule's, u
Summer Tourist Tickets to mnou'ta!
nd seasidie resorts limited for retur
asage to October 31st on sale unat
sep~teber 30th -
For full particullars, rates, cte.. c
m Ticket Agents or write.
W. .J. Cuta10,
General Passenger' Agent.
H. M. EMERvsoN,
Wilmington, N. C.
r the ,qThui Kind You Have Always Boug
Having arr'anged to entertvain visitor
it Glenn Springs. I desire to inform m
Dlarendon friends that I have opene,
p a hostelry whflre the atdvantarge C
he health-giving: waters can be oi.
Good airy ro oms: Iinei table, good ser
ice and personal attention to guests.
Rates reasonable-from $7 to $8 pe
veek, including the spring water.
Write for particulars to
L. RI. CHEWNVING,
Glenn Springs. S. C.
Money to Loan
WILON & DuRANT
The Urigin of the Diamond.
The diamond is still one of the mys
teries of geology. When the South Af
rican fields were discovered there was
much astonishment to find thi geI in
a series of minerals quite different
from those in which it had been hither
to found in India and Brazil. Instead
of-lying beside tourmaline, anatase and
brookite it was mingled with a breccia
of magnesian rocks which bad evident
ly been pushed up from below, and a
great vaiiety of minerals, such as diop
side, mica, zircon and corundum, were
imbedded along with it.
Some have supposed that the dia
mond was originally formed where it
is now picked up, and the presence of
carbureted gas t.nd carboniferous
rocks is in favor of the idea, but, on
the other hand, the broken condition
of some of the stones and other facts
make It far more probable that the
diamond has been ejected from a deep
In the early hou'sekeeping.,daYs of a
lady now prominent in social circles a
guest of some distinction arrived, and
the modest dinner was hastily sup
plemented by a neighboring caterer.
Three-year-old Mary sat quietly
through the opening acts, -but when the
climax of fancy cakes and ices was
reached her eyes widened with delight
as she called out in a clear tone,
"Whose birthday is this, mother?"
They .were talking of thle man who
was thrown from the street ear.
"How adly was he hurt?"
"He doesn't know yet. The jury in
his suit for damages is still out"-Chl
Don't you complain too much, and
don't you find too much fault? Think
it orer.-AtcMson Globe.
many respects like other ulcers or
Lnd this resemblance often proves fatal.
le tire is lost in fruitless efforts to heal
se the germs of Cancer that are multi
rer cells which are constantly develop
ge, and at last sharp shooting pains
and sloughing stage, and a hideous,
In February, 1899, I noticed a small
lump on my lower lip. The doctor cau
terized it but another came and broke
out into an open sore. I began to take
S. S. S. and after I had taken seven bot
tles the place healed entirely and no
signs of the disease hd've been seen
since. W. P. Brown, Hollands, S. C.
unless the blood is purified and the
nated from the circulation.
decaying effete matter. It has great
at soon destroy the germs and poisons
condition. And when pure blood is
e ulcer or sore the healing process
scharge ceases and the place heals
skin forms. S. S. S. is a strictly vege
purifier containing no mercury or
e of any kind, write us about it, medi
:oks on Cancer and other diseases of
SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Atlanta, Ga.
r their intended purpose and our
oods can be obtained elsewhere.
handled by other merchants, only
, we would lose your confidence,
e wish to lose that.
1 our goods at LOWER PRICES
the room, as Mrs. Hirschimann is
'gains are coming in, so don't lose
>ursef. It will pay you to come
HMANN'S STORE. It's
what we have for you.
ask about half what other mer
hers so much more than you need
)ur line next time you are in town.
enlarged and don't want the dust
and get your Hat for half you
The Kind You Have
ECEASTCMPN. EOR IA
1. Con lcted by Poxville W. C. T. U.
s National Mottu For God, Home and Na
11 tive Land."
State Motto- D. Strong- and of Good Cour
s Our Watchword-Agitate. Educate. Organize.
*God helpinz me. I promise not to buy.
drink. sell or give
Intoxicating liquors while I live:
From bad companions Ill refrain
0 And never take God's name in vain."
A Child's Tear.
> My home-yes it's bright and clean,sir,
And I'll tell you how it came to pass;
n It wasn't my work or doina at all
It's all due to that little lass.
n I was going straight down to hell, sir,
> And all through the curse of the
How I treated poor Mary, my wife, sir,
God knows I can't bear to think.
I didn't know as I loved her
0o Till the wild dark night she died,
- When I found her lying so cold and
e And that new-born child by her side.
The little laiq, she has grown, sir
e Last June she was eight years old;
s And ivhat she has been to me, sir,
LI Can never on earth be told.
d When a kid. there was no one to mind
But a woman as lived next door;
o And she being given to drink, too,
1. Let her roll one day on the floor.
il And ever since, the poor creatur'
Has been lame with a crooked knee:
So I'd often lift her up in my arms
To take he:: about with me.
For I really loved the poor mite, sir,
h And her'sweet little eyes of blue
Was as blue and as bright as her moth
r And they looked me through and
One night I was off to the "public"
k I'd been drinking already, 'twas late -
t And I took little May to carry her,
i: But I couldn't walk quite straight.
, "Oh, daddy, don't go!' she whispered,
But I quickened my drunken pace.
And I said. 'Not another word, young
Or I'll give you a slap in the face."
g I was brutal, sir-I know it:
*e But the devil was in me then.
And when he gets hold of us with the
d We are only brutes--not men.
- And the little lass, she wor quiet.
But I felt a hot tear fall:
And it seemed to burn right into my
d Though she wiped it off with her
b Straight into my soul it entered
It melted my hardered heart:
So I said. "I'll go home. lassie,"
And that night I made a new start.
Now, every morning c.nd evening,
I kneel. and with heart sincere
I bless my God for saving a soul
By the touch of a little one's tear.
-T. TFiGNMOUTH SHORE.
The Young Man's Bible.
e Oh, to get young men to read
the Bible! "No time" is the op
posing argument~ most often
heard. If the young man were
convinced that the Bible was nec
.essary to his business, he would
i make time. Tell me how John
" Smith spends his spare minutes,
a~ ad.Iwil read you John Smith's
character. There are few lives,
however busy, that do not pos
sess at least 30 "odd minutes"
scattered through every day.
That half hour would make any
one a master of the Bible.
e That implies that our young
a man will carry a Bible with
e him, ready for use in spare
eminutes. How many that would
sbe proud to be seen with Roose
r velt or Dewey, are ashamed to
: be seen with Moses or Paul! Un
Stil you cease to mind a sneer, un
ytil you entertain a nobler fear
than that you will be thought
"goody-goody,"~ you will get very
little good from the Bible, or
from anything else that is manly.
This article is for young men of
A Bible worthily printed and
bound should be the basis of
every young man's library. For
carrying about, get the Bible in
parts, as in Moulton's delightful
d "Bible for English Readers."
nUse the revised Bible, if you
t want to know what the original
gwriters really said. And add to
it all the commentaries you can
3afford, choosing for each book
nits leading interpreter. With
2some of these volumes always at
hand, by the bedside, or on the
dresser, in the overcoat pocket,
and with the determination to
D make the most of the minutes. it
will not be long before our young
i man has won to his hand the
rsword of the Spirit.
"A man is known by the com
pany he keeps." What better
companions than those that leap
out of the Bible covers? It is a
comradeship to which kings
emight well be proud to gain ad
mission. The young man will
not be long in such converse be
fore it will make him more care
ful regarding his friends of flesh
nand bld, and better able togaini
an odthe comrades that are
It will add much interest to
any young man's Bible reading
if he reads with one eye to the
future. Let him name the Bible
his forward Book. With each
chapter and incident let him ask:
"What bearing has this on the
ears ahead of me? Will it help
te in my business y or if I should
fall ill? or meet with some
disappointmecnty or fall under
some temptationy Will it aid me
at homne?~among my friends? in
my inner life? A simple system
Sof" Bible marking-and the one
:1 that you will devise for youirself
f is best for you-will make the
Bible a more familiar and usa
ble book. If, for instance, as
you read, you pint an S beside.
veyverse that will comifort you
in sorrow, you will know just
where to turn when the dlark
days come.-Amos R. Wells.
Is displayed by many a'man enduring
n ains of accidental cuts, wounds, bruis
e, burns~scalds, sore feet or stiff .joints.
But there is no need for it. Bucklen's
Arnica Salve will kill the pain and
cure the trouble. It's the best Salve
oa earth for piles, too. 25c at The Rt.
The Law Deparnment of the
South Carolina College.
In addition to the regular lectures by
the professors of law of the South Car
o',a College, the truste~s and faculty
1 - plesed4 to be able to announce for
thn coming session a very attractive
serles of lectures to be contributed by
some of the ld.ing mernbers of the
Bench und Ear of South Carolina.
Among thoe who have consented to
dcliver oe or more lectures to the law
classes of the College are: Ho . Charles
Hi. Simonton, U. S. Circuit Judge; Hon.
William H. Brawley, U. S. District
Judg,: IPon. Y. J. Pope. Chief Justice
Of St11 Carolina: Hon. C. A. Woods,
Associate Justice: Hon. Eugene B.
%.ryAsciate Justice: Hon. Edward
Mcrady, Ifon. J. C. Sheppard, Hon.
. Duncan Bclliniger. Hon. S. J. Simp
son. ion. J. P. Carey, and Hon. Andrew
The trustecs and faculty feel that in
scuring the nssistance of these dis
tinguish d judges and lawyers they
have accohapished something that will
prove of the greatest benefit to those
taking the law course in the South
Carolina College. The number of those
enrolled in the law department during
the last two years has been the largest
In the history of the college, and the
hope is entertained that the prospect
of these additional lectures may still
further increase the growing number
of law students.
The great value of the training af
forded by schools of law has been too
thoroughly demonstrated to render
necessary any arguments in their sup
port. The day of preparation for the
bar by solitiry study in a lawyer's
office has practically passed. Everyone
familiar with the working of a law
school must have been impressed with
the increased interest and zeal thet re
sult from the mere association of young
men who have come together for the
common purpose of studying law. The
daily discussions of questions of law,
not only with the professors, but also
with each other, beget an enthusiasm
for the law which possibly, in some in
stances. could never have been acquired
The advantage of attending a profes
sional school in the State in which a
man is to practice his profession is in
no case more obvious than in that of a
lawyer. Besides the familiarity gained
with the decisions and statute law of
the State, the friendships that he forms
at such a school add very materially to
his future usefulness as a citizen. The
career of lawyers as a class Is more apt
to be of a public nature than that of
those engaged in any other profession
or business. Not only are all of the
Judges of the State drawn from the bar,
but the occupants of the legislative and
executive offices are also drawn very
largely from the same source. As so
many of the members of the legal pro
fession are naturally destined to public
careers, it is of no little importance
that the young men who have decided
to become lawyers should come into
close touch with other young men ,of
their own State who have chosen the
The most lasting friendships are not
infrequently.formed during the part of
a man's life that is usually -devoted to
preparation for the bar; and it is un
fortunate if this period should be spent
in a State other than that in which he
is to live. Several years spent at a pro
fession school in another State some
times find the student so completely out,
of touch with the young men of his
own State that when he returns to
pradtice his profession he finds himself
laboring under .a serious disadvantage,
whkh-in some instances is never over
A law school, however, should be
patrobized not alone by those intending
tb-prcice law. There is hardly a can
ing fi-life for which one would not be
better prepared by havibg taken a
course in law. Almost everyone who
has made an earnest study of the law
:winl agree with Burke that it is' a
.'eece which dogs more to qnidicen
'aad inyigorafe the: uade'standing than
all other kisls of inzman learatag nut
together." The hmopelis indulged, there
fpre, that the afgendanlce upon the lirw.
'school of the South Ca.rolina. Conlge
may inclIude some iwho liave not de
termined to make law their profession.
C'oillsibia as the capital of the State
presents many ackvantages for the law
student. The sessions of th~e Supreme
Court of the State, of the St'ate Circuit
Courts, and of the Fede'ral Courts,,giyge
him frequent opportunity to hear at.ga
ments by the leading lawyers of the
State, and to witness the practical ad
ministration of the principles of the
law. In prosecuting his studies he will
also find that having access. to'the law
library of the Supreme Court, as well
as to the Coligge library, will be of the
greatest value to him.
For Tnfants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
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Nothing has ever equalled it.
Nothing can ever surpass it.
For Cvas ns ee caio
A Perfect For 411 Throat and
Cure: Lung Troubles.
Money back if it fails. 'Trial Bottles free.
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Shoes and Oxfords
HIGH AND LOW
High Quality. Low Prices.
We have a complete line of Shoes and Oxfords, the best VALUES ever of
fered for the prices. For the next thirty days we are offering the lowest prices
on the strongest line of Footwear in your reach.
Thirty Days Only
Will you be able to secure Shoes at these prices.
Ladies' Oxford Ties. Patent Tip; our price.......................... 75c.
Plain Tips, our price........................... 75c.
Regular $1.25; our price....................... 0
1.50; our price.......... ............ 1 2 5
1.75; our price ....................... e3 8
2.00; our price................. 1.65
Men's " Patents, our price............................. 1.50
our price............................. 2.00
our price............................. 2 *5 0
We " our price..........................3 *00
We have stacks, more we cannot mention.
The above prices are given very, very close and on a valuable bill. We
have Work Shoes and Fine Dress Shoes-all sizes, prices and qualities.
ElTR EuWe have all sizes and qualities of Shoes and low
FOR T cuts for the children. We will please you.
AVANT MERCANTILE CU., S" "'
CAROLINA PORTLAND CEMENT CO.,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Fire Brick, Fire Tile, Arch
Brick, Bull-Head and
All Special Tiles.
ALSO FINEST PREPARED FIRE CLAY.
Carload Lots. Less Than Carload Lots.
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Watches Clocks Sterling Silyer Diamonds Jewelry Cut Glass
Fine China Wedgewood Spectacles and Eye Glasses
[s complete, and it will afford me pleasture to show them.
Special and prompt attention given to all Repairing in my line
at prices to suit the times.
W atc Inspector . ~.W. FOLSOM,~ "S".C.,
- Nature's Greatest Remedy
FOR DISEASES OF THE
Liver, Kidneys, Stomaoh
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Everybody Praises it
FOR SALE BY
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Apassenger service unexcelledfoluxury
Idrrates; sciedules maps or anyinforma
General Passenger Agent,
TO THE TINES OFFICE.