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Just received a car load of Chase City Wagons, a car load of
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facturers. and we are also agents for the celebrated
Wuoodruff Hay Press.
We cordially invite the public to visit our sales stable, and
everything bought from us has our guarantee.
COFFEY & RIGBY.
We are in our new quarters at the same
Id stand, next to Jenkinson's, where we are
prepared to fill all orders for
We will be glad to see you and "figger"
on any bill of Groceries you may need, and
feel assu rd we can satisfy you both in qual
ity and price.
he Manning Grocery Co.
Sufmfter Machinery Company,
SSUL\.T]ER, S. C.
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RICHARD I. MANNING, 'GEO. D. SHORE.
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tComplete and up-to-date equipment for
Grate Bars and Building Irons our
- Foundry Specialties.
Agents .for Winship, Pratt, Munger;
Smith & Eagle Cotton Gins, Gin
ning Machinery and Presses.
Steam Engines and
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General Passenger Agent,
The Langm1ini g Jnckas..
The kookabuira. or. a. it is geneerally
called. "the laughirg jackass," is com
mon in Australia. where its presence is
fostered and beloved by the population
of the island continent. The ringing
laugh of the feathered comedian is
welcome music to antipodeans. and its
presence in the d(epths of the melan
choly Australian bush is as a high light
on a somber picture. Great ineed is
the astonishment of visitors to Abstra
lia who for the first time hear the won
derful burst of laughter to which this
remarkable bird gives vent. Its laugh
is intensely human. and it seems a re
markable act of Providence ,that the
little creature is to he found amid such
fitting environment. After hours and
hours of lonely journeying through the
great silent bush, which engenders
melancholy thought, comes the mirth
provoking outburst of this strange bird
like a ray of sunshine on a cloudy sky.
An Indignant Compliment.
On one occasion when a change in
the cast had been made at the Savoy
theater Sir Arthur Sullivan, who hap
pened to be di*n; at the Savoy hotel,
slipped away -,- a few minutes from
the table anC went into the theater to
the upper circle, there to hear and
judge for himself the capabilities of
the new artists. As the play proceeded
and a favorite score in the opefa was
taken the talented composer uncon
sciously commenced, to hum the re'frain
as he desired it- to be rendered. This
considerably annoyed his next door
neighbor, who abruptly remarked, "Er
cuse me, sir, if I mention the fact that
I have paid my money to hear"Sir Ar
thur Sullivan's charming opera as giv
en by the company and not your con
founded humming!" Sir Arthur. return
ed to his dinner and -related the inci
dent with great gusto.
Various Kinds of Apple.
"Pineapple" and "love apple". (toma
to) are instances of the manner in
which the apple has been habitually
taken as the typical. fruit, the name of
which is naturally borrowed in chris
tening afl sorts of fruit and vegetables
that only remotely resemble it. Dr.
Murray's dictionary gives an Imposing
list of them-Jew's apple, devil's ap
ple, kangaroo apple, and so on. A
writer of the seventeenth century
speaks of "the fruit or apples of palm
trees." and a fourteenth century man
says that "all manere aples that ben
closyd in an harde skynne, rynde, other
shale, ben callyd Nuces" (nuts). In
the year 1000, apparently,. "earth ap
ples" meant not potatoes, but cucum
bers. And even' Eve's "apple" is be
lieved to have been a citron.
Saved by Dynamite.
Sometimes a flaming city is saved by
dynamiting a space that the fire can't
cross. Sometimes a cough hangs on so
long you feel as if nothing but dynamite
would cure it. Z. T. Gray, of Calhoun,
Ga., writes: " My wife had a very fig
gravated cough, which kept her awake
nights. Two physicians could not help
her, so she took Dr. King's New Discov
ery forConsumption, Coughs and Colds,
which eased her cough. gave her sleep,
and finally cured her." Strictly scien
tific cure for bronchitis and LaGrippe.
At The R. B. Loryea Drug stote. price
50c. and $1.00 ;guarautead. Trial bo,
The man of this story Is a very light
sleeper, one who Is easily wakened and
who is a long'- time getting to sleep.
In a. Vermont hotel he had at last got
sound asleep when a loud rap, repeat
ed, awoke him.'.
"Package downstairs for you."
"Well, it can 'wait till morning. I'
The boy departed, and after a long
time the man was sound asleep again.
when there came another resounding
knock at the door.
"Well, what Is it now?" he Inquired.
"'Tain't for you,' that package!"
Who taught the raven In a drought
to throw pebbles into a hollow tree
where she espied water, that the water
might rise so as she might come to It? .
'Who taught the bee to sail through
such a vast sea of air and to find the
way from a flowver In a field to her
Who taught the ant to bite ever'y
grain of corn she buried in her hill
lest it should take root and ' grow?
To Keep From Growing M a.
A swindling firm once advertised that
it would send for the sum of 2s. Cd. a
recipe which, if followed to the letter,
would keep folks~ from growing old.
Bome credulous persons answered the
advertisement, remitting the required
fee, and received the following reply:
"We would advise all such Idiots as
you to commit suicide at about the
age of twenty-five."-London Tit-Blts.
"See here," said the client, "you've
-arged me so much for handling this
suit that I'll have to put a mortgage
on my farm. Can't you help me 'out a
"I guess I can," replied the enter
prising lawyer. "Tell you what I'll
do. I'll draw up the mortgage 'at half
A Real Good Thing.
*Mrs. Newbryde - I got some hams
here last month that my husband liked
very much. Have you any more of the
same kind? The Grocer-Yes'm; got
about a dosen left from the same pig.
Mfrs. Newbryde-Oh, that's:.nice! Give'
me six of theml-Cleveland'Leader.
Do not be deceived by a counterfeit
when you buy Witch Hazel Salve. The
ame of E. C. DeWitt & Co. is on every
box of the genuini. Piles in their worst!
form will soon pass away if you will
apply DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve night
ad morning. Best for Cuts. Burns,.
T'etter, Eczema, etc. Sold by The IR.
B. Leryea Drug Store.
Cerberus' Three Heads.
The most famous of dogs Is Cerberus,
who watches the entrance to Tartarus.
He has three heads, but Hercules drag
gd him to earth and Orpheus put him
to sleep with his lyre. The original
dog cakes were given to Cerberus by
the sibyl who led .Eneas through hell.
They were made of flour and seasoned
with poppies and honey. He must1
ave been an opium fiend, as the celes
tial drug Is made from poppies. A1
"sop to Cerberus" was one of these
cakes given to the monster by Greeks
and Romans as a bribe to let them in
Mr. Wade Run Down.
Down at Hasty, N. C.. lives a well
nown planter, Mr. JT. D. Wade. Says*
e: "I was run down almost to the
otut of giving up. I took two bottles;
f King's Iron Tonic Bitters and now
m as good as ever. I took other tonics.
but found nothing to compare with
King's. Sold and guaranteed by Dr.
T I 1 UAY SCIUUOL
.ESSON VI, FOURTH QUARTER, INTER
NATIONAL SERIES, NOV. 5.
rext of the Lesson, Est. iv, 10, to
v, 3-Memory Verses, 1a, 14-Golden
Text, Ps. cxlv, 20-Commentary Pre
pared by lDev. D. M. Steara.
Copyright, 1905, by American Press Association.]
While events are transpiring and
the consummatior. of any matter is be
Ing awaited there may be more or less
anxiety as to the outcome, but with
a successful and glorious consumma
tion assured one can rise above the
p)resent seeming discouragements and
trials and bear meekly and even joy
fully many things which would other
wise overwhelm us.
Abraham, having seen the God of
glory, was sustained while he waited
nd, not considering himself, was fully
persuaded that what God had promised
Ee would perfo-m (Acts vii, 2, 3; Rom.
lV, .10-21). Joseph was doubtless sus
tained in his trials by the glorious des
tiny which had been set before him in
is God given dreams. Moses saw that
which enabled him to turn his back
upon his attractive prospects in Egypt
and choose affliction with the people of
God rather than the pleasures of sin
for a season (Heb. xi, 25-27). The
glory of the kingdom was so real to
Paul that he counted all present suffer
Lngs as not worth mentioning (Rom.
viii, 18). The story of Job and his
afflictions would be a very sad one
were it not for the abundant prosper
ity in the last 140 years of his life
(Job xlii, 10-17), so that, looking at the
fnished story, the Spirit says through
James that the Lord was pitiful and of
tender mercy (Jas. v, 11).
If Mordecai and Esther could have
known beforehand that their trials
would result in Mordecai's promotion
to be next to the king, great among
the Jews. seeking the wealth of his
people and speaking peace to all his
seed, that the people who did the
king's business would help the Jews
and .that his people would 'be filled
with gladness and feasting (chapters x,
3; ix, 3 (margin), 17, 18, 19, 22), it
would have lifted them far above the
clouds and darkness of things as they
appeared at the time. All these things
were written for our benefit that we,
through patience and comfort of the
Scriptures, might have hope and rejoice
in hope of the glory of God (Rom. xT
; v, 2).
Haman, the Jews' enemy and op
pressor (ii, 10) because of his hatred
f Morilecai, had caused to be pro
laimed throughout the whole kingdom
that on a certain'day all Jews, young
and old, women and children, should
be slain. Mordecai caused a copy of
the decree to be sent to Queen Esther
with the request that she should go to
the king and make intercession for her
people that they might not be slain.
Esther sent word.to her cousin, Mor
fecai, that it was as much as her life
was worth to go into the presence of
the king unbidden, to which Mordecai
replied that unless deliverance came
she would perish with the rest and that
probably she. was just where she -was
for this very emergency. -She then'
asked that all the Jews in Shushan
should join her and her~ maids in a
three days' fast, after which she would
go to the king; ready to die if need be
for her people. Our lesson tells us
that she obtained favor in the sight
of the king and that he offered to grant
er whatever she might ask even to
the half of lis kingdom.
What a contrast between her and
that other woman in Mark vi, 23, 24,
to whom a similar offer was made,
the one seeking life and the other
death, the one suggesting- Christ the
Saviour and the other the devil, the
The rest of the book tells of the dra
iatic overthrow of the Jews' enemy,
who was hanged upon the very gallows
Le had caused to be erected for Mor
ecai after he had been compilled to
lo to Mordedal the honor he lonjged
for for himself. The king's sleepless
sights, the 'records which .were read
before him, the discovery that Morde
cai had not been rewarded for saving
the king's life, the presence of Hnman
in the court at the,,right moment and
all the events following are among the
most thrilling ever .written, and all in
licate God working on behalf of those
who rely upon Him.
Although no name .of God is found
in the English text of 'the book, It Is
fll of God from beginning to end. It
s also most suggestive of the great de
iverance for all sinners wrought out
by Him who not only was ready to
lie for us, but actually did die, the just
'or the 'unjust, that we might be saved.
Because He laid down His life for us
we ought to lay down our lives for the
brethren (I John iii, 16), and specially
n this .matter of spreading the. procla
ation through all the world that there
s a great deliverance for all who, will
cept Him (Luke xxiv, 47).. This book.
teils of a' proclamation being made
trough the known' world twice withili
welve months. How quickly a similar
real would in a -short time give the
;ospel to every creature . n earth!
The third day of chapter v, 1, cannot
but recall the third day records~of
abraham and Isaac of Jonah, of' the
sarriage of John il,athe saying of Hos.
ri, 2, but notably the resurrection of
EHim who has reteemed us and the
>ower of whose resurrection we should
ovet to know (Phil. iii, 10). The
"What wilt thou?" of the king re
inds us of the same saying of our
Lord to many a needy one, and also
>f Hs gracious promise' In John xlv,
S, 14, and elsewhere, which, if we
really believed and appropriated,
would send us whither possibly we
ae not yet gone with the glad tid
.ngs 'of life for the perishing.
A Full stop.
A returned traveler who spent half
f his holiday in a tour of Ireland
urought back a sample of the happy
~o-lcky wit of the Irish "jarvey" or
Iriver. In a breakneck race dow~n a
11l he suddenly realized that the spir
ted little Irish mare was running
"Pull her up!" he shouted excitedly.
"Hold tight, your honor," returned
te jarvey easily...
"Pull her up:" again commanded the
:raveler, making a grab for the reins.
"For your life don't touch the reins,"
:he jarvey answered without tighten
[ng his grip. '"Sure, they're as rotten
The traveler made ready to jump,
Dut the jarvey laid a soothing hand on
"Sit easy," he said reassuringly. "I'll
lrn her into the river at the bridge
below here. Sure, that'il stop her."
First Clubman-A physician should
ake life easy.
SecondClubman-Some of them do.
A banker was uirging a young man
to put his .oey in a saving fund,
where he would get compound interest
on it, and in the course of his argu
ment he used a telling fact.
"One cent," said he, "put out at com
pound interest at the beginning of the
Christian era would amount to- How
much do you suppose?"
"Oh." said the young man, ", hun
dred dollars or so."
"Today," sold the banker, "it would
amount to over $200,000. And at sim
ple interest what do you think it would
"About half that?"
"At simple interest it would reach
Waters at the Equator.
The plentiful marine growths, both
animal and vegetable, of the warm
waters near the equator attach them
selves to a ship's bottom in the course
of a few weeks, and the ship loses both
speed and dirigibility. When a British
ship on the West India station was
broken up a few years ago morethan
eighty tons of barnacles were removed
from her bottom, while an American
fruiter of onij. 800 tons register had
thirty cart loads of barnacles scraped
from her bottom after a stay of but
eight months in the warm latitudes.
Every Ounce You Eat.
Every oduce of food you'eat that fails
to digest does a pound of harm. It
turns the entire meal into poison This
not only deprives the blood of the neces
sary tissue-building material, but it poi
sons it. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is a per
fect -digestant. It dizests the food re
gardless of the condition of the stomach.
It allows that eigan to rest and, get
strong agaii. RelievesmBelching, Heart
Burn, Sour Stomadh, Indigestion, Pal
pitation of the Heart, etc. Sold by The
R. B. Loryen Drug Store.
A Strange Recipe For Acting.
Perhaps the most striking instance
of voluntary hallucination is that re
corded by an intimate friend of the
actor Talma. Laiglois states that the
great tragedian told him that when
ever he entered on the stage. he was
accustomed by force of will to make
his brilliant audience disappear and to
substitute for, them a house full of
skeletons. The czote which these
ghastly creatures of his own imagina
tion excited served, he declared, to
give additional force to his own im
The- Bw and Arrow.
The first mention of the bow and ar
roN' is found in the Book of Genesis,
where it is written that Ishmael, the
son of Abraham, "dwelt in the wilder
ness and became an archer." "A bow
shot," too, is mentioned as a measure
of distance. In i the sculptured slates
found at Khorsabad and Nineveh rep-,
gesentations of archers frequently oc
cur, and t' bow seems to have been
a weapon in the'Assyrian and Persian
"He claims- that he built the irst
passenger elevators used in this coun
"Nonsense! The Mississippi steam
boats .were running and blowing up
regularly long before he was born."
He Told Her Why.
Pechem-1 have been asked to join
the Married Men's club, my dear. Mrs.
Pecem-Indeed' And what do mar
ried. men want a club for, pray ? Peck
em-Why, misery loves company; you
Most Americans eat too fast a'nd too
much, but the grocer and the butcher
aren't the ones that are calling 'atten
tion to the evii.-Somerville .Tournal.
If you are troubled indigepstion, con
stipation, sour stomach, or any other
pain, Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea
will make you well an~d keep you well
35 cents, Tea or Tablets. Dr-. W. E
Brown & Co.
Length of Wall Paper Rolls.
I"M'ost persons have an idea that all
pieces of wall paper are necessarily of
one length," remarked a wall paper
man. "Sometimes when I receive or
ders from a distance I. wonder just
what the patron is figuring on. He
may 'get enough to paper two rooms,
and he may get only half enough. Some
fiure overecon'omically and some over
generously. Our domestic papers run
eight yards to th-e piece. Those from
France and - Germany medisure nine
yards. while fhe English make their
rolls so lengthy that they contain quite
twelve yards. Then, of course. there's
the repeat. On soiine of the aew papers
with the 'smallest figures this is next
to nothing, and on' some others, nota
bly a long tailed b'rd pattern, if a bit
over the figure is required for each
length it means a loss of fiv~e feet on
every strip put on the. wall."--Philadel
Slnggish ILiver a Foe to Ambition.
You cannot accomplish very much if
your liver is inactive. as you feel dulls
your eyes are heavy, and slight exerfion
exausts you. Orino Laxative Fruit
Syrup stimulates the liver add bowels
and makes you feel bright and active.
rino, Laxative Fruit Syrup does not
nauseate or gripe and is mild and very
pleasant to take. Orino is more effect
ive than pills or ordinary cathartics.
Refuse substitutes.~ The R. B. Loryea
Drug Store, Isaac M. Loryea, Prop
The Recession of Niagara Falls.
Horseshoe fall has receded more than
200 feet within the memory of living
men and is now traveling toward Lake
Erie at the rate of fully 500 feet a
century. At present the crest of this
fall, as its name implies, has the gen
eral outline of a horseshoe, and its
length is about 3,000 feet. but if the
present rate of erosion continues the
length of the crest may reach 8,000 feet
or more within the next half millenni
um. Now the Canadian end of. the
Horseshoe fall is a few rods upstream
from the spot whence Table roek has
fallen into the gorge, but the indica
tions are that this end of the cataract
will gradually retire toward the Duf
ferin islands, leaving u bare cliff as'
the apex cuts its way upstream.-Alton2
D. Adams in Scientific American.
In Time of Peace.
In the first months of the Russia:Ja-:
aan war we had a striking examole of1
the nesessity for preparation and the
early advantage of those who, so to
speak, "have Thingled their roofs in
dry weather." The virtue of prepar..
tion has made history and given to us
oui greatest men. The individual as
well as the nation should be prepared
for any emergency. Are you prepared
to successfully combat the first cold you
take y A cold can be treated much
more quickly when treated as soon as it
aas been contracted and before it has
become settled in the system. Cham
berlain's Cough Remedy is famous for
its cures of colds, and it, should be kept
at hand ready for instant use. For sale
by The R. B: LTrya TDru Store
sol1 1,y Tk
Cures Biliousness, Sick
Headache, Sour Stom
ach, Torpid Liver. and
Pleasant to talie.
The IR. B. Lc
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
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,Ask your most prominent men who
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J, L DAVID& BRO,;
Cor. King & Wentworth Sts.,
CHARLESTON, - S. C.
Buggies, Wagons, RPoad
Carts .a4 Carriages
With Neatness and Despatch '
R. A. W H IT E'S
I 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 I.
did not have it shod by I. A. White,
the man that puts on such neat shoes
and makes horses travel with so mucI
We Hake Them Look New.
We are making a specialty ,of re
painting old Buggies, Carriages, Road,
Carts and Wa'gons cheap.
Come and see me. My prices will
please you, and I guarantee all of my
Shop on cor nej: below R. M. Dean's.
MANNING. S. C.
,A New Firm.
The undersigned having formed a
copartnership under the name of
desire to extend a. cordial welcome to
their store in.'the Levi block, where
they will always have on hand a fnll
and complete stock of
and everything'pertaiuing to a first
We will continue keeping-a; full
stock of SCH OOL BOOKS and'STA
TIONERY anid --hoice books for the
home. Comre to see ns.
L. L. WELLS,
J. ELBERT DAVIS.
Northwestern ..0 fS C.
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Bletween WAils.on's .MIll and Sumter.
Sothbonnd. . Northbound.
N'. 73. aily exccept Si. i day No. 72.
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3 .33 ..nmmei~rton JnncI~tion.. 12 27
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nities. It will pay you to consulte .Write today
Sumter, S. C.
The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has beeP.
in use for' over 30 years, bas borne the signature
~~ ~and baa beenmade under his Ier
sonal supervision since itsinancy
Allowno one to deceive youintblis*
All Counterfeits, Imitations and " Just-as-good' are but
Experiments that trifle with-'and endanger the health of
Inats and children-Ergerience against Experinetl
What is CASTORIA
Castoria is a harmless substitute for Csstor Oil, Pare-/
goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant.: T
contains neither Opium, Morphine ner other Nareptie
substance. Its age is its guaran'tee. It destgys Worms
and allays Feverishness. It.ecures Diarrhea and Wind
Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation
and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates tlie
Stomsach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep.
The Children's Panacca,-The Mother's Friend.
CENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
Bears the Signature of .
The id loll Hav lways Bought'
in Use For Over 30 Years.
THE CENTAUR COMPANY. 7"7 MURRAY $ThCCT. NEW YORK C037 -
TO THE TINES OFFICE.