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Just received a car load of Chase City Wagons. a car load of
We can furnish the public with Harness from the best manu
facturers, and we are also agents for the celebrated
Woodruff Hay Press.
We cordially invite the public to visit our sales stable. and
everything bought from us has our guarantee.
COFFEY & RIGBY.
We eNw Mu-r New Qurles
We are in our new quarters at the same
old stand, next to Jeikinson's, where we are
prepared to fill all orders for
We will be glad to see you and "figger"
on any bill of Grocenes you may need, and
feel assur d we can satisfy you both in qual
ity and price.
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shops situated on W., C. & A. R. R., east of passenger depot,
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General Passenger Agent.
Some Seasonable Advise.
It may be a piece of superfluous ad
xice to urge people at this season of the
year to lay in a supply of Chamberlain*%
Cough Remedy. It is almost sure to be
needed before winter is over, and mnuch
more prompt and satisfactory results
are obtained wheni taken as soon as a
cold is contracted and before it has be
come settled in the system, which can
only be done by keeping the remedy at
haid. This remedy'is so widely known
and so altogether good that no one
should hesitate about buying it in pref
erence to any other. it is for sale by
The R. B. Loryca Drug Store, Isaac
M. Loryea. Prop.
The Firnt Was Madison's. Saturday
Evening, -March 4, 109.
Four hundred guests, as all the con
temporaneous accounts agree, gathered
at the. first inauguration ball, which
took place on the evening of Saturday.
March 4. 1809, at Mr. Long's hotel, on
Capitol hill, in celebration of the ac
cession to the presidency of James
Madison. Each of the three presidents
who had preceded him In office had
been permitted to close the day of his
inauguration by going early to bed.
General Washington and John Adams
had been inaugurated at temporary
capitols, and Thomas Jefferson would
have rebelled against a ceremony
plainly modeled upon the customs of
royalty, but when Madison's inaugu
ration came the new'federal city had
been a visible fact for nine years and
was determined to assert a right to
enjoy itself. Even in doing so it fol
lowed a habit always hitherto associ
ated with the celebration of the coro
nation of kings.
Royal customs were really the only
ones the people knew, for every Amer
ican in Washington over thirty-two
years of-age had been born the subject
of a king, and the new order of things
had not given birth to new ideas of
how to manifest rejoicing. Moreover,
if the method chosen seems to some to
have been an imitation of monarchical
customs, they should reflect in exten
uation that it is an instinct of man
coequal withI his feeling the sensation
of pleasure to show his joy by dancing.
So an official ball closed the day of
Madison's inauguration and has closed
the inauguration day of every presi
de'nt who has succeeded him.-Gail
lard Hunt in Century.
Makes Homely Women Pretty.
No woman no matter how regular her
features may be can be called pretty if
her complexion is bad. Orino Laxative
Fruit Syrup aids digestion and clears
sallow blowched coinplxions by stimu
lating the liver and bowels. Orino
Laxative Fruit Syrup does not nauseate
or gripe and is mild and pleasant to
take. Remember the name Orino and
refuse to accept any substitute. The
R. B.. Loryea Drug Store. Isaac M. Lor
STOPPING A HORSE.
"Whoa" Seems to Be -the Word For
It All Over the World.
"When I started on my trip around
the world I intended., said a horseman,
"to find, out what was the word for
'whoa' in every language. I had a lit
tle book, and in it 1 intended to make
a long list of the various words for
"Do you know what I discovered? I
discovered that 'whoa' is the same in
all the languages. The Russian stops
his horse with -whoa,' the Persian
stops his with 'whoa,' the Chtnaman
his with 'whoa' and the Dutchman
his with 'whoa.'
"And 'whoa,' I discovered, has been
from the dawn of time the word to
stop horses with. The Greeks and Ro
mans used it in a slightly different
form, 'ohe.' The old English 'whoa'
"A philologist told me the other day
that many of our 'animal words'-the
words we order our animals about
with-are as old as or older than
'whoa.:' Take, for instance, 'co-boss,'
the soothing call to the cow. 'Co-boss'
comes from the Sanskrit root 'gu,'
meaing to ,1ow. Another cow word,
'soh, soh,' which might be translated
'Please keep still,' comes from the San
skrit 'sough,' meaning to stay motion
less. And you know our chicken word,
'chick, chick, chick,' the word spoken
in a high key wherewith we summoin
our chickens to their meals? Well,
that comes directly down to us from
the Sanserit, 'kuk,' a domestic fowl."
A Splendid Idea.
A new idea in a Cough Syrup is ad
vanced in Kennedy's Laxative Honey
and Tar. Be sides containing Pine Tar
Honey and other valuable remedies, it
is rendered Laxative, so that its use in
sures a prompt and elficient evacuation
of the bowels. It relaxes the nervous
system, and cures all coughs, colds,
croup, whooping cough, etc.
A red clover blossom and the honey bee
is on every bottle of the Griginal Laxa
tive Cough Syrup-Kennedy's Laxative
Honey and Tar. An ideal remedy for
children. Mothers praise it. It is best
for all. Sold by The R. 8. Loyea
HOUSES IN MOROCCO.
They Are Seldom Wholly Finished
and Never Repaired.
In Morocco they build and make, and
they do both things beautifully and
well, according to one who has been
there. But they seldom finish. "In a
house dainty with fountains: and ara
besques and colored tiles." he says,
"you will still find a- corner uncom
pleted, a pillar which lacks the deli
cate fluting of the other pillars, an em
brasure for a clock half ornamented
with gold filigree and half left plain.
And if they seldom finish they never
by many-chance repair. The mansion is
built and decorated within. Artists fit
the tiles together in a mosaic of cool
colors and carve and gild and paint the
little pieces of cedar wood and glue
them into the light and pointed arches.
The rich curtains are hung, and the
master ,enters into his possession.
There follows the procession of the
generations. The tiles crack, the wood
work of the arches splits and falls, and
the walls break and crumble. The
householder sits indifferent, and the
whole house corrodes. So in the nar
row streets holes gap and the water
wears a channel where it winl and the
mud lies thick and slippery on the
rounded stones. The streets run steep
ly up and down the hills, wind abrupt-1
ly round corners and dive Into tun
For All Kinds of Piles.
To draw the fire out of a burn, heal a
ct without leaving a scar, or to cure
boils- sores, tettei, eczema and all skin
and scalp diseases, use DeWitt's Witch
Hazel Salve. A specific for blind,
bleeding itching aad protruding piles.
Stops the pain instantly and cures per
manently. Stops the pain instantly and
cures permanently. Get the genuine.
Last Hope Vunished.
When leading physicians said that
W. M. Smithart, of Pekin, Ia., had in
curable consumption, his last hope van
ished: but King's New Discovery for
Consumption, Coughs and Colds, kept
him out of his grave. He says; "This
great specific completely cured me, and
saved my life. Since then, I have used
it for over 10 years, and consider it a
marvelous throat and lung cure."
Strictly scientific cure for Coughs, Sore
Throats or Cold; sure preventative of
Pneumonia. Guaranteed, 50c and $1.00
bottles at The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
Trial bottle free.
THE SUNDAY SCHOOL.
LESSON IV, FOURTH QUARTER, ;NTER
. NATIONAL SERIES, OCT. 22.
Text of the Lesson, Ez. iii, 10, to. Iv,
5 - Memory Verses, 10, 11 - Golden
Text, I Cor. iii, 17 - Commentary
Prepared by Rev. D. M.. Stearans.
[Copyright, 1905, by American Press Asociation.]
We need to bear in mind that the
central fact of this book is '"the house
of the Lord," mentioned fifty times,
and it is most practical and applica
ble to us who In this age of our Lord's
absence are engaged in building the
church of the living God, the body of
Christ (I Tim. ii. 1g Eph. I, 22, 23).
In chapter Ii. 5, 62,~we see some peo
ple who could not show that they be
longed to Israel. Their names were not
found on the register. and consequent
ly they were put a vay and could not
take part in the work. Only those
whose names are in the Book of Life
can enter the city (Rev. xxi, 27). and
they only can take part in the building,
for they that are in the flesh cannot
please God (Rom. viii, 8). Those who,
being born again, do take part are only
expected to do as of the ability which
God giveth (II Cor. viii, 12; I Pet. iv,
11), but it must be willingly (II Cor.
im, 7; Ex. xxv, 2; xxxv, 5, 21, 22, 29).
The people gathered as one man to
Jerusalem, and in the Acts of the Apos
tles, which records the beginning of
the building of the church, we have the
phrase "one accord" eleven times, sev
en times for and four -times against
the church. In the opening verses of
our lesson chapter we see the altar
builded and the sacrifices offered unto
the Lord, as the duty of every day re
quired (ii, 3, 4). There will never be
a day while we continue in these mor
tal bodies when we will not need con
tinually the precious blood which
cleanseth from all sin. Although the
sacrifices were regularly offered, there
was delay in laying the foundation of
the house and setting forward the
work. In our own day too many are
content to be saved, as if that was
all, and are indifferent to giving the
gospel to every creature, that the build
Ing may be hastened to completion.
.not seeming to understand the plan
and purpose of God (Eph. iii, 11).
It the second month of the second
year of their return to Jerusalem
(verse 8) the foundation of the house
of the Lord was laid with praise and
giving thanks unto the" Lord (10, 11),
but, while many shouted aloud for joy,
there were many who wept with a loud
voice, some looking backward and
thinking of the glory which had been
and others' looking forward to the glory
before them. It is well to consider all
the way by which the Lord has led us,
but it is not well to weep as If all the
glory was behind us, for the best days
for the church and Israel- and the
world are before us and not behind us.
There Is cause to sigh and cry when
we consider the abominations of in
Iquity which are about us (Ezek. ix; 4).
but the glory to be revealed, -of which
we are partakers, should cause us to
rejoice in that blessed hope and be
patient under our trials (Rom. viii, 18;
, 1-5; I Pet. lv, 13).
The foundationi has been laid, the
only foundation laid by God Hmsaelf,
and happy Is he who buildeth thereon,
for he shall never be put to shame be
cause of his foundation (Isa. xxviii, 16;
I Cor. iii, 11; Eph. I1, 19-22). When the
foundations of the earth were laid the
morning stars sang together, and all
the sons of God shouted for joy (Job
xxxviii, 4, T.. When Jesus was born
in Bethlehe'm the angels sang, "Glory
to God in fr.e highest" (Luke I1, 13, 14).
When the work Is finished the Head
atone shall be brought forth with shout
Ings of "Grace, grace unto it!" and we
should ever greatly rejoice that He
who laid the foundation shall finish it
and bear the glory and sit and rule, a
priest upon His throne (Zech. lv, 7; 9;
vi, 12, 13). If we fully believed that
He has made us kings and priests unto
God and that we shall reign with Him
In His kingdom we would be more
whole hearted for Him this little while
(Rev. 1, 5, 6; v, 9, 10; II Chron. xvi, 9).
.The opening verses of chapter iv,
which are assigned to us, tell of the
work of adversaries who first wanted
to help in the building and when not
permitted to help did all in their pow
er to hinder the work and succeeded
so well that the work upon the house
ceased until the second year of Darius
(verse 24). The powers which seek to
hinder In the Lord's work are not to be
despised, and they often seem to suc
ceed for a time. Even the angel Ga
briel was hindered for three weeks on
one occasion while on his way to Dan
iel (Dan. x, 2, 13).
We are told by the Spirit that we
wrestle against principalities and pow
ers, the rulers of the darkness of this
wvorld, wicked spirits in heavenly
places, and that we need the whole
armor of God to enable us to stand
and withstand in this evil day (Eph.
vi, 12, 13), but because we are unbe
levng and Ignorant of Satan's devices
be often gets an advantage over us.
We- greatly need to watch and prayI
(Mark xlii, 33). Mere professors who
are not possessors cannot be used in
building the temple. These adversaries
said, "We seek your God, as ye do, and
we do sacrifice unto Him; let us build
with you" (verse 2), but the governor
and the high priest and the others in
charge knew, what was afterward
made very manifest, that they were
enemies and not friends and so refused
to'let them take any part in the work.
There cannot be an outpouring of the
Spirit-'upon people who are associated
with unbelievers in the Lord's work,
whether as teachers in the Sunday
school, singers In the chouir, members of
the board of trustees or of committees
or In any way. The Spirit is a Spirit
of truth, the Holy Spirit, and He hon
ors ,Tesus as God.
Faith Not Necessary.
You may be just as skeptical and pes
simistic as you plea.se. Kodol will di
gest what you eat whether you eat or
not. You can put your food in a bowl,
pour a little Kodol Dyspepsia Cure on
it and it will digest it the same as it
will in your stomach. It can't help
but cure'Indigestion and Dyspepsia. It
is curing hundreds and thousands
some had faith and some didn't. Kodol
will cure you if medicine can cure you,I
whether you have faith in it or not.
Frightful Suffering- Rciic-;ed.
Suffering frightfily from the viru
lent poisons of undigested food, C. G.
Greyson, of Lula. Miss. took Dr. King'
New Life Pills, -wit.h the result," he
writes, "that I was cured." All stomach
and bowel disorders give way to - their
tonic, laxative properties. 25c at The
R. B. Loryea Drug Store, guaranteed.
Shorthand Was In Use as Early as
the Third Century.
Shorthand was known to the an
cients, though it is impossible to trace
the system to its source.
Ennius, the Roman poet, is said to
have impro;ved upon an already exist
ing system. He was a friend of Scipio
and -was born 239 B. C. Seneca also
made it a hobby.
Origen, the Greek father and mystic,
who was born about 186 and was a
voluminous writer, says. in the course
of his commentary on St. John, "The
absence of my shorthand writers pre
vents me from dictating my medita
tions." We are told, too, that he al
lowed shorthand writers to take down
his extempore homilies.
In the tenth century Greek and Ro
man stenography gradually died out,
and the art did not revive until the
beginning of the seventeenth century.
During this long interval several sys
tems of quick writing were evolved,
such as that of Dr. Timothy Bright in
1588, who had a separate sign for ev
ery word, and some of these almost
rivaled sh2rthand in rapidity.
Insomnia and Indigestion Cured.
"Last year I had a very severe attack
of indigestion. I could not sleep at
night and suffered most excruciating
pains for three hours after after each
meal. I was troubled this way for
about three months when I used Cham
berlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets,
and received immediate relief," says
John Dixon, Tullamore. Ontario, Cana
da. For sale by The R. B. Loryea
Drug Store, Isaac M. Loryea, Prop.
CONTROL THE UNIVERSE.
Opposite Forces of Nature That Hold
Afl Things In Balance.
Gravitation, if considered as a force
of attraction only, is a force which
balances its opposite, repulsion. The
attraction of the sun balances the' mo
mentum- which would otherwise project
the earth on a straight line into space.
This balance holds the earth steadily
in its course around the sun. Opposite
forces of attraction and repulsion,
centripetence and centrifugence, exist
In the world in its greatest and small
est parts, alike In constellations and in
atoms. Science is compelled to recog
nize repulsion as being as universal as
attraction. . To account for these con
trary forces has so far baffled inves
tigation, Newton's great discbvery ac
counting only in part Science knows
only this-that these forces exist, that
they meet, offset, neutralize and reg
ulate each other, sometimes mildly or
Imperceptibly, sometimes violently and
with fearful convulslons, and that in
their infuences, contacts, struggles and
wars they hold all things in balance.
From "Balance: The Fundamental
Verity," by Orlando J. Smith.
What Is the Size of Your Hat?
When you've been with the boys all
night and haie a'dark brown taste and
your head feels too big for your hat,cail
at Dr. W. E. Brown & Co's and get a
10c. package Captura. It will make
your hat fit better. Convenient to car
ry in tire pocket. The genuine has
name Burwell & Dunn Co.
PITH AND POINT.
Three-fourths of the things that are
put off could be done at once.
If it is your praise a man is singing,
it doesn't make any difference if he
can carry the tune or not.
In looking back over his past every
man thust admit that the sun shone a
great deal and that he made little hay.
Occasionally you find a man who en
joys staying at home so much that he
will let his wife sweep all around him.
The jolly blacksmith and jolly inn
keeper belong to song and history. but
they have got the blues since ventur
ing into modern life..
In every small town there is some
poor old failure of a man with a big
family hanging on him of whom it is
said, "He was considered a great catch
when he was young."-Atchison Globe
"Do you think your father would ob
ject to your marrying me?"
She-'.'If he thinks as I do, he cer
tainly would: and.ii you dont set King's
Catarrh Cura. and take it for bad
breath, you'e got to sit farther away."
No man has an excuse for Bad Breath
when Dr. W. E. Brown & Co. sells a
nositive cure-guaranteed for $1.00.
It's lucky we don't know how un
lucky we may be
It is difficult to take a woman by s'nr
prise in a love affair.
Some people are cranks simply be
eause you can't turn them.
Some men secure all the glory at
tached to whatever part they assume.
A woman may know very little and
yet have a way that carries conviction.
The want of refinement in a man
cannot be corrected by the gloss of set
Some men take on an air of conse
quence to conceal the weakness of their
When a man can hide his thoughts in
a smile he holds a powerful weapon of
He Knows Now..
T. H. Barber; a large cotton planter
of South Carolina. said: "For ten years
I suffered with severe headache, regu
lar splitting, untitting me for business
and puttins me in bed. I find only
Lee's Headache and Neuralgia Remedy
never fails to cure me promp~tly.' A
Parrots are such close observers and
keen mimics that it would be surpris
ing if birds in the households of clergy
men and ministers did not repeat spe
cial phrases at proper times. Indeed.
it would be as well not to hold family
worship with a speaking parrot in the
room. There was no har-m in the bird
that sang in good time and tune
"There Is a Happy Land." But other
feats of imitativeness might easily of
fend. Parrots uttering responses or
bits of the creed or scraps of prayer,
as several have been known to do. es
pecially at unseasonable moments, are
apt to veam rather than amuse, though,
of course, the birds do not mean ,to be
Irreverent. A bishop's parrot used' to
ejaculate -"Let us pray," sometimes in
devout tones, at other times mockingly.
Onrs. Gonis P'revents PInoUi@DI
Cures Biliousness, Sick
Headache, Sour Stom
ach, Torpid Liver and
Pleasant to talKe
The R. B. Lo
Do You Want
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
He.ts and Gent's Furnishinas in the
Ask your.nost prominent men who
we are, and they will eommend you
JL.DAVID & BRO,,
Cor. King & Wentworth Sts.,
CHARLESTON, - S. C.
Buggies,. Wagons, Road
Carts and Carriages
With Neatness and Despatch
R. A. WHITE'S
.1 repair Stoves, Pumps and run water
pipes, or I will put down a new Pump
If you need any soldering done, give
.me a call.
My horse is lame. Why? Because 1
did not have it shod by 1R. A. White,
the man that puts on such neat shoes
and makes horses travel with so much
We Make Them Look New.
We are making a specialty of re
painting old Buggies, Carriages, Road.
Carts and Wagons cheap. , I
Come and see me. My prices will
please you, and I guarantee all of my1
Shop on corner below R. M. Dean's.
MANNING. S. C.
A New Fir.
IThe undersigned having formed a
copartnership under the name of
L L WELLS& Co.,
'desire to extend a cordial welcomr.e to
their store in the -Levi block, where
they will always have on hand a full
and complete stock of
and everything pertaining to a first
Wei will continue keeping a full
stock of SCHOOL BOOKS and STA
TIONERY and --hoice hooks for the
home. Coume to see us.
L. L. WE LLS.
.J. ELBE RT D)AVIS.
N0rtweter"1 R- R.*'fS. C.
I n e ii-r un nne 5, 1904
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TH'IOS. WILSON. President..
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Cleanses the system
. thoroughly and clears
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Axative ruitit is guaranteed
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ifications to suit the fancier,
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Provident Savings Life
EDWARD .W. SCOTT, President.
PEACOCK & GOLD COMPANY, General Agents for North and
District Agents Warnted
3y an established old line Life Insurance Company, with
attractive policy contracts. South Carolina presents an
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in use for over 30 years,.-has borne the signatnre or
and has been made under his p.er
sonal supervision since its infney.
Allowno one to deceive you in this.
Ali Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-as-good" are but
Erperiments that trifle with and endanger the health of
Infants and Children-Experience against Experiment.
What is CASTORIA
Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare
goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. 16
contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic
substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms
and allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind
Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation
and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the
Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep.
The- Children's Panacear-The Mother's Friend.
CENUINE CASTOR IA ALWAYS
Bears the Signature of
The Killd Yoll HaYe Always Bo1ught
In Use For Over 30 Years.
YHE CENTAUR COMPANY. TT MURRAY STNECT. NEuWYORN C2TY.
4CJ OBW OR Ki2
TO THE TINES OFFICE.