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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 15 July 1891

QUESTION. When you are old, and I am old, And Passion's fires are burned to embers, And life Is as a tale that's told, And only worth what love remembers. If we should meet-two quiet folk And change opinions of the weather, Could word or look again provoke The heart and eyes to speak together The heart benumbed with so much ache, The eyes bedimmed with so much crying? Do buds long blighted ever break, And green the vine already dying? What hand of skill shall draw the line 'Twixt sordid love and holy passion? What art shall fix the unfailing sign, 'And bring its reading into fashion? What is the meaning of it all, The chastened woe, the vanished sweet ness, If dark Oblivion's night shall fall Forever on its incompleteness? When you are dead, and I am dead, Our faces lost, our names unspoken, Shall then the mystery be read? Can Heaven bind what Earth has broken? In clearer light and fairer day, With finer sense the impulse proving, Unfettered of this hindering clay, Oh, what must be ...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 22 July 1891

-N.-*-t S.CW D ED Y U - TALIAGE: IN KIENTUCKY. Wir NESSES TO THE TRANSFORMING POWER CF Ct-HRiSTAN RELIGION. The Dying Ch~lrtiav's Ttbtimnony--The Generous Action of 31adame Sontag The Missionartest and Their Itenard Ignorance ot Unbeiiver. HIGH BRiDG E, Ky., July 12.-A vast concourse of people assembled this morn ing on the historic oamp ground at 1 igh Bridge, Ky.. to bear Dr. Talmage preach. They came from all the sur rounding cities, towns and neighborhood. A large contingent from Louisville and another from Cincinnati were present. Many of the visitors have remained here siuce yesterday afternoon, when Dr. Tal mage preached in the same place. The text of his sermon th:s moruino v as from A cts iii, 15, "We are witnesses." Standing amid the hills and groves of Kentucky, and bedor this great multitude that no man can number, most of whom I never saw before and never will see again in this world, I choose a very practical theme. In the days of George 6tephenson, the perfector of th...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 22 July 1891

THE MANNING TIMES. S. A. NETTLES, Editor. !ZDNISDAYI MUY 22 1811 The annual meeting of the State Horticultural society takes place in Greenville on August 12-14. Rev. David Levy, a Jewish rabbi of Charleston, preached in the Florence Methodist church last Sunday night. S. Y. Tupper, one of the foremost business men of the South and ex president of the Charleston Chamber of Commerce, died at his home in Charleston last Saturday morning. President Stokes of the State Alli ance has challenged Senator M. C. Butler to meet him at Prosperity, the 29th inst., to publicly discuss the sub treasury scheme. The challenge has been accepted, and the public will watch the result with interest. Last week a party of men backed by some influence that is opposed to Democracy met in Columbia and or ganised what they called a white Re publican party. They claim to have a following of about three thousand at present, and with an organized movement propose working in every county in the State. It therefo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 22 July 1891

THE MANNING TIMES4 Pad1x.C Ecry Winsly S. ANETT LES, DITOR .\ND P1:or!t.10 Teris: SrnerrrioN Rxrms.- one copy, one year $1.30; one copy, six ironths, 7. cents one copy. three months, 50 cents. All subscriptions payalble in advance. ADvERTIsING I.ATs.- One square, first in sertion. $1 00; each sabse.quent insertion, 50 cents. Obituaries and Tributes of Respect charged for as regular advertise ments. Liberal contracts made for three, six, and twelve muonths. CoNwr7CArTIoN must be accompanied by the real na-ine and address of the writer in order to receive attention. No comuniufi eation of a personal character will be pub ished except asa a dvertisen t. For further info'iation address S. A. NETTLES, IMaInitg, S. . Your Name in Prinl. -Dr. W. S. Stokes and fiamily returned home last Saturday from their summer trip. .-Mrs. S. I. Cole, of Sumierton, is visit ing her sister, Mrs. D. M. Bradham. -Mr. J. H. Loryea. one of the principal merchants of St. 1atthews. is in Manning visiting his pa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 22 July 1891

LOVE. The hour was late. At the wicket gate The tardy cows were lowing, Under the light of that summer night I ventured forth, not knowing Whither my wand'ring steps would tread, Caring neither, for hope was dead. As I wandered sad, I met a lad A hardy, handsome youth, With cheeks as bright as his heart was light An eye, in whose depths lay truth, I asked him wherein his pleasure lay; He answered, "In love." and went his way. In a cabin door, a couple poor With heads like the driven snow, Were talking o'er the joys that were In the years so long ago, I asked what made their hearts so light, 'They answered "Love," and said "good night.'" And thus I learned ere home I returned, That under the skies above The happiest home that ere was known Is found where the ruler is Love, Happiness, hope and peace are seen In every home where Love is queen. IS ABIRL; T'anM Shop to Mansion. rhe Romantic Story of a Dress Maker's Rise in Life. * BY MRS. F. M. HOWARD. (Copyrighted, 180. "Well, the affai...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 29 July 1891

( MANNING, S. C., WEDNESDAY, JULY 29, 1891. NO. 32. DR. TALMAGE PREACHES ON THE POWER CF ASSOCIATION. 3otntr's Ito% r .e:-td Father's Arm Chair Bring For . 1 s dtr Menorie " When T hry Art it-- e e Memtoi ieb Ot t sies Preach Powt n Iui MermouzI. LAKESuiE. U.. .Jul 19.-Fr nauy years peci.1t I ave uathered in multi tudes at tl.is tason ot the year for a real out-der at muly. The grounds are a sh-ort sail irum Sanduskv. The place beauufui bemond description. Dr. Talmage preached this mornin in this delightuul place to a vast multitude. lis subject was the Vacant Chair, and his lcxt, 1 Samuel xx, 18: -Thou shalt be missed, because thy seat will be empty." Set on the cutlery and the chased sil verware of the palace, Por King Saul will give a state damner today. A distin guished place 's kept at the table tor his son-in-law, a celebrated warrior, David by name. 'lhe guests, jewelled and plumed, come in and take their places. When people are invited to a king's ban quet, they are verv am ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 29 July 1891

THE MANNING TIMES. S. A. INETTLES, Editor. W!DYEDAYI MUY 29, 10011 TILLMAN IS ALL RIGHT. Ben Tillman is a man, every inch of him, and his speech last Friday in discussing the sub treasury bill, as re ported by the News and Courier, will still stronger endear him in the hearts of the people. There is no fence straddling with him, but having be come convinced of the right and truth of a matter, he will dare to stand forth and honestly express his con vietions. In opening his speech he denied that he was in any ways antagonistic to the Alliance, but that in spite of the fawnings and frownings of his en emies, he still continued true to the cause and interest of the farmer. He was opposed to the sub-treasury bill, because he believed it would work harm to the people, yet the discussion of the sub-treasury had resulted in good by showing how sorely oppress ed were the laboring classes. He took up the Ocala platform and dis cussed its every plank, and crowded into his speech of an hour an...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 29 July 1891

THE MANNING TIMES. S, A. NETTLES, DITOR AND P1.01orsTO. Terms: irios RATrs.-- One copy, one year .1.50; one copy, six months, 75 cents one copy, three miiotths, ,0 cents. A'l subscriptions payable in advance. AivEn'N RA-S.--On square. tirst in sertion, $1 00ti eaeb subsequt nsrtion, 50 cents. Obituaries and Tributes of Respect charged for as regular avrtise meints. Liberal contracts liale for thre, six, and twelve months. Co.-IeMN.oICss must be)0 ac pied by the real na-::e and address of the writer in order to receive iattention. No coimimuni cation of a personal character will be pub ished except as an advertiseme1l(nt. For further information address S. A. NETTLES, Manning, S. C. WOMMAY, JULY 2 11001 Your unae in Print. -Mr. F. 'M. Stokes. of Florida, is visiting vt Mr. M. J. Blackwell's. -Mr. E. 0. Dickson has taken a situa tion in the grocery department of -1. Levi's store. --Mrs. Furman, mother of Mr. McDonald Furman, of Ramseys, Sumter county, is quite ill. -We have secured th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 29 July 1891

WHY IS IT SO? Some find work where some find rest, And so the weary world goes on; I sometimes wonder which is best; The answer comes, when life is gone. Some eyes sleep when some eyes wake, And so the dreary night hours go; Some hearts oeat where some hearts break; I often wonder why 'tis so. Some wills faint where some wills fight; Some love the tent and soine the field. I often wonder who are right The ones who strive or those who yield. Some hands fold where other hands Are lifted bravely in the strife; And so, through ages and through lands, Move on the two extremes of life. Some feet balt where some feet tread In tireless march, a thorny way; Some struggle on where some have fled; Some seek where others shun the fray, Some swords rust when others clash; Some fall back where some move on; Some flags furl where others flash Until the battle has been von. Some sleep on, while others keep The vigils of the true and brave; They will not rest till roses creep Around their name, abov...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 5 August 1891

VOL. V11. MANNING, S. C., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 5, 1891. (. SUB-TREASURY DEBATE. SENATOR BUTLER AND DR. STOKES MEET AT PROSPEf~lTY. NotIng New. F,,r or Agaisant tIh Meats ure. Presatttd-The Senator Finda No Place in Thr, Mate for a Third Party - Sun.mary or the Several Speechest 1'nosPERIY,S. C.,July 29.-The larg est crowd that Prosperity has ever known assemblitl today to hear the open joint debate on the sub-treasury between the two distinguished speak ers, the lon. M. C. Butler and Dr. J. Win Stokes. From early dawn until the time of debate t-very entrance to the town was thronged with interested vis iturs, and at 10 o'clock, the time ap pointed for the meeting to commence, qmlte fifteen hundred persons haa gath ered around the stand. Comfortable seats had been properly prepared for the ladies in front of the rostrum, and in spite of the threatening appearance of tue heavens a considerable number of the gentler sex were present. Every one was struck with the excellent be havior of th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 5 August 1891

THE MANNING TIMES. 1MKanning, S. C. S. A. NETTLES, Editor. WDNIDAYI UST~ 51 18011 CRITICISM OR PERSECUTION ! About six years ago Col. John J. Dargan made a strong abolitionist speech in Brooklyn, in which the course of the South in the late war was condemned. In the impetuous ness of youth and the love we had for the memory of our lost cause so dear to every Southern heart, we crit icised and condemned Col. Dargan's course in thus denouncing his breth ren and native land before a body of hot beaded abolitionists. In reply to this Col. Dargan sent us an author ized copy of his speech, but after reading it carefully we saw that we had not been too severe in our criti cism and so stated. The following week a communication appeared ap proving our criticisms and by no means complimenting Cel. Dargan. The head lines to this communication showed our approval of the commu nication. Thus for three weeks in succession we had something to say on this subject. Then Col. Dargan wrote us a letter...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 5 August 1891

AN1flG TIMES. 'tshed Every Wednesday. S, A. NETTLES, Exrrou AND PROP-IETOR. Terms: SUssenriON RArES.-One copy, one year $1.50; one copy, six months, 75 cents one copy, three months, 50 cents. All subscriptions payable in advance. ADVERTIsNG RATEs.-One squire, first in sertion. $1 0); each subsequentinsertion, 50 cents. Obituaries and Tributes of Respect charged for as regular advertise ments. Liberal contracts made for three, six, and twelve months. CoMUsm e.mIos must 'ie accompanied ey the real na-ne and ad tress of the writer in order to receive atten: ion. No communi cation of a personal ch. .racter will be pub ished except as an ad- -rtise%.ent. For f'1rther information address S. A. NETTLES, Mannin., S. C. Your Name in Print. -Secretary of State James E. Tindal was in Manning last Saturday. -Mr. Henry Gardener, of Georgia, is -visiting relatives in the county. -Mr. Clarendon Barron has taken a po sition with J. G. Dinkins & Co. -Mrs. E. S. McIntosh, of New Zion, is on a vis...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 5 August 1891

MY IDEAL. He must be dark and handsome, He must be tall and strong, He must be brave and dashing. He must not hate too long. He must be kind and loving. He must be strong and true, He must be loyal iu his love, Or else he will not do. In friendship he's unswerving. And has a social air, Whether In war he's serving, Or love, he must be fair. A woman's face he should respect, Altough he does not love it, And as for any ernel jest, Why he shhould be above it. I do not wish him too extreme In any of his ways, Should answer yes where'er he can Be gentle in his ways. His mind should be alert and bright, His heart be pure and free, To labor, wait, command. obey, He should do readily. in fact, he must be all a man, Be earnest, free and brave, As any who have ruled the land, Or die the weak to sive. 'Tis true that my ideal is high, And I may never see him, If I had only been a man, I'd try, I'm sure, to be him. IlSABEIL -) OR ( From Shop to Mansion. rhi miantlc Story of a Dress ' Maker's se ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 12 August 1891

VOL. Vii. MANNINTG, S. C., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST1.191 O 4 SERMON IN TILE WEST. TALMAGE DISCOURSES FROM A CHAP TER IN RUTH. Sorrow and Sufrerini Ievelopes Cbarac ter-Unfaulteriu Fi lt ndship a Glorious ;.Virtue--The Beauty of Female industry. GREEN MOUNTAIN FALLS, Col., Aug. 2.-Dr Talmage preached here to day to an immense audience. His West ern tour has been ont coutinued ovation. Never before has he bL n so enthusiasti cally received or have the people come to hear him In suzh vast numbers. He arrived here from Pueblo, which city he left on Wednesday last in a car provi l. ed by the railroad company exclusively for the use oi Dr. Talmage and his sec retary. In this car he will visit cities in Colorado, Minnesota, Wisconsin, Kansas and Utah. It is side-tracked at places where Dr. Talmage has arranged to stay to preach or to lecture. His sermon redolent with the breath of the great harvest field of the West. indicates that the popular preacher has read in his surrounding suggestions of G...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 12 August 1891

THE MANNING TIMES. S. A. N ETTLES, E1itor. THE (iA LEM E ACT'EPTE). Col. J. J. Dargan, editor of the Sumter Frwmali, clims that to treat him fairly we should publish bis Brooklyn speech in full, in order that our readers .nay see how unjust our criticisms of it was, and says further that the reason we didn't publish it five years ago at the time we criticis ed it, was because we got scared. He further says we pleaded "lack of space and want of interest on the part of our readers" for not publishing it. We have referred to our file and find no such plea, though we think the ex cuse, as made by Mr. Dargan, is ex actly correct. Col. Dargan challenges us to repub lish this speech, and insinuates that we are afraid to do it. Perhaps we are. We believe the "code" gives the challenged party the right of se lecting his weapons. Then we accept the challenge under following condi tions: The speech to be published in full, followed by the two editorials and the communication that a few weeks a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 12 August 1891

G TMES. d Every Wednesday. S A. NETTLES, EDiOR AND PROPMIETOR. Terms: SUB. Irros RArrs.-One copy, one year $1. 0; one copy, six months, 75 cents on copy, three months, 50 cents. All sub criptions payable in advance. ADv rsm RArEs.-One square, first in 1 ,$100: each subsequentinsertion, 0 cents. Obituaries and Tributes of - tespect charged for as regular advertise merits. Liberal contracts made for three, six, aad twelve months. 30xxti1c.tios must be accompanied by the reial na-ne and address of the writer in order to receive attention. No communi cation of a personal character will be pub ished except as an advertisement. For further information address S. A. NETTLES, Manning, S. C. Your Name in-Print. (-Dr. Tom McElveen, of Salem, is quite 11 with typhoid fever. -Mr. F. 0. Miller returned yesterday rom a visit to Darlington. -Mr. John Bell, of Sumter county, is y ting his sister, Miss Eliza Bell. -Miss Hennie J. Legg left last Friday orning for a visit to friends in York. 3r.Mrs. A...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 12 August 1891

THE WAY OF THE WORLD. There are beautiful songs that we never sing, -And names that are never spoken, There are treasures guarded with jealous. care And kept as a secret token, There are faded flbwers and letters dim With the tears that have rained above them, For the fickle words and faithless hearts That taught us how to love them. There are sighs that come in our joyous hours To chasten our dreams of gladness, And tears that spring to our aching eyes In hours of thoughtful sadness. For, the blithest birds that sing in spring Will flit the waning summer, And lips that we kissed in fondest love Will smile on the first new coner. Over the breast where the lilies rest In white hands still forever, The roses of June will nod and blow. Unheeding the hearts that sever. And lips that quiver in silent grief, All words of hope refusing, Will lightly turn to the fleeting joys That perish with the using. Summer blossoms and winter snows, Love and its sweet elysian, Hope, like a siren dim and...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 19 August 1891

MIN S A S 1 VOL. VIE. MANNING, S. C., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST1.19._ O 5 A POUN IN EST1ENT. YOU HAVE BARGAINED YOUR SOU AWAY FOR NOUGHT. Dr. Tasluanr bhb-us low t he Foolish Sal l Made aLd INow It May Be teuedted. Christ's Blorcd 1 ill Buy Yout. Ba:k. TOPEKA. KAN.. Au2ust 9.-Dr. Ta mage reached tlis citv yesterday in ih course of his Western trip. le wa warmly welcomed 1)y the citizens wb came inlar.e tnmbers to hear the fa motus lrookl3n divine. The subject < the sea mon or this week is: "A pot investment." aid the text Isaiah lii: 0 "Ye have sold yourselves for nouthi and ye shall be redeemed withot money." The Lord's people had goue head logia into sin, and as a .unishment the had been carried captive to BabNlo They tiunL that 3ibquity did not pay Cyrus seized Baby lon. and felt so sorr for these poor captives that, without dollar of compeun ation, he let them g home. So that, literally, my text wa fultilled: "Ye have sold Yourselves fc noiiht; and ye shall be redet-med with out mone...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 19 August 1891

THE MANNING TIMEi Ma nalailag, 2. C. S. A. NETTLES, Editor. HUMAN LIFE TOO CHEAP. According to the sentence of the law two white persons, a man and a woman, were to have been hanged in Chesterfield last Friday, and judging from the history of the crime as pub lished, the degraded and immoral condition of the parties concerned, and the opinion of the judge and so licitor as expressed to the governor, we think they both deserved hanging. The woman was charged with having poisoned her husband, and the man with aiding her in it, the object being to get the woman's husband out of the way, so that these two degraded beings could continue unmolested their lustful practices. The details of the crime are disgusting and re volting in immorality and brutal ity. The jury found them guilty, and the judge and solicitor declined to recommend them to mercy. A peti tion, however, was gotten up by some citizens, and numerously signed, ask ing for pardon. The governor was moved to tenderness, and want...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 19 August 1891

THE MANNING TIMES. Published Every edne.-day. 8, A. NETTLES, EDIron AND PnOPR1.TOn. Terms: SUBsenIrrios RATEs. -One copy, one yea $1.50; one copy, six months, 74 cents one copy, three norths, 50 cents. Al subscriptions payable in advance. ADvEnTISING RvrE.-One square, first in sertion. $100; each subsequent insertion, _0 cents. Obituaries and Tributes oj Respect charged for as regular advertise ments. Liberal contracts made for three, six, and twelve months. ComrUNicxTioNs must be accompanied bi the real na-ne and address of the writer it order to receive attention. No communi, cation of a personal character will be pub ished except as an adtvertisenent. For further information address S. A. NETTLES, Manning, S. C. Your Name in Print. -Mr. W. T. Wilder returned home last night from his trip to Greenville. -Mr. A. C. Davis is attending Bryant & Stratton's business college in Baltimore. -Miss Clara Bates, of Richland, is in Manning, visiting the family of Mr. C. R. Harvin. -Mr. Sa...

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