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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 19 August 1891

'HE SL-^EP'NG FLOWERS. I"wi ce' t 'i't o b' di;," I ask-d, Zoiae !h4-k their he-ads, a. d others smiled I nd n.. one made reply. Pe~( *n.k-: :hey 'cid nl e:.r I s.aid. "'l hose are the beds-the tiny beds So thick upon the plain?" "ris daisy in the shortest; A little further on Nearest the door, to wake the first Little leontodon. "'Tis iris, sir, and aster, Anemone and bell; Batschia in the blanket red, And ebubby daffodill." Meanwhile at many cradles, She rocked and gently smiled, Humming the quaintest lullaby That ever soothed a child. "Hush! Epigea wakens! The crocus stirs her blood Rhodora's cheek is crimson, She's dreaming of the wood." Then, turning from them, reverent, "Their bidtime 'tis," she said; "The bumblebees will wake them When budding woods are red." -Emily Dickson in St. Nicholas. S-AB~ -) of ( Pram Shop to Mansion. rOmEN fnti Story of a Dress 3kaker's Rise in Life. .PY MRS. F. M. HOWARO. Mr. Falconer was in the train nearly as soon as it stopped, and his greedy eye...

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. — 26 August 1891

VOL. VII. M1ANM- NG,- S. C-4 WE1)N"ESDAY, AUGUST 28 81 O 6 DOINT INVITE SORROW. SUFFICfEN UN-O THE DAY ISTHE EVit TH EREOF. i. Ta luz.4e ie.vh.c A Po a1wertul Sermon ou ibje Insanoit3 ..: l1)rrouing Trouble - It Ias Wro c'.# 4 Ma:,) x Litc---i he Lord Will Look Ou;t i(r You. UnooKI LYN. A u. 16.-Dr. Talmage has returned w iw s western tour rein viL:orated in heaXIt and cheered by the hearty and ettLusiastic greetings he has received iu the numerous cities he has visited. Thousands of persons who read his sermons in their local newspapers have struggled to get within sound ot his voice wherever he has spoken. His sermon this week is on the very common and ibolisLh habit of borrowingi trouble, and his text i-s Matthew vi, 34, "Suffi cit ut unto the dlay is the evil thereof." The life of every man. womin and child is as cloely under the divine care as though such person were the only man, woman or child. There are no ac cidents. As there is a law of storms in the natural world, so ther...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 26 August 1891

THE MANNIGTm S. A. NE TTL S, 1it0r. D1EO'RA'S ALW AVS. Every day we notiec the great stress being laid upon the mutterit: of certain men who are traveling i about the country miaiking speeches, and devoting colums trying to sow I seed Of political dicouotent by whp ing up a third poi1tical partyvN. soe'' of the men engat'd in this work have h -retofore aiilliated with the Deiuo cratic pa:rty, but failed to -et office t through it. They claini to be Deio crats still, providing- they ge(t whtat they want in the party. -i they fail they know their elaun'es in the hle publican party are worse, hence the ci fort for a third party to be made ofl the discontents of both parties. The man or set of men that cry out for a third party,be they in or out of t ie Alliance, is either an old haciked poli tician or a dewogogue whose realty to party principals is as light as a feather, and whose political conscience is as elastic as india rubber. Every sane man knows, or should know, that this Staie ...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 26 August 1891

THE MANNING TIMES Pd1i'ded Ec~ery Wiednesday. Your Name in Print. --Mrs. J. W. Mims is visiting relatives it Lancaster. -Miss Mary Ingram, of Sumter, is visit ing her sister, Mrs. J. S. Wilson. -Mrs. Samut-l Leard, of Chester, is visit ing her daughter, Mrs. G. i. iuggins. -Mr. Wm. Grahau, a skilled mieChamII in the employ of Mr. C. 1. Davis, of Davis was in town last Friday, in the best o: health. -Mr. Joel E. Brunson, of Sumter, Grani Chief Templar of the Good Tviplars it South Carolina, was in town to-day, on bus. iness pertaining to the District Lodge, t< meet here September 10th. Jumps at the conclusion-The sleepy mat in church. A man never realizes that he is a vesse of wrath until he goes home to his wife full A man never gets too aristocratic to b sent up by common law, or saved by cow mon prayer. The second bale of new cotton brought tc Manning this year was bought by M. Kalis ky, and was shipped to Charleston. The man who spends his life "pulling the devil by the tail,"...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 26 August 1891

THE WRONG OR THE RIGHT? As the numberless grains of silvery sand Form the far out-stretching shore. As the whispering breeze which the flower has fanned Swells out in the tempest's roar, As the murmuring brook is lost in the sea While it adds its contributing mite So the moments of time form eternity, Shall we make it for darkness, or light? As each heart-throb tells us how life flows on, As the pulse-beat measures its space, And each tick of the clock marks a moment gone Of our vanishing, mortal race, As each breath we breathe wafts our bark away Toward the haven beyond our sight, Shall it anchor in joy or go down in dis may? Shall our freight be the wrong, or the right' As showers from glistening raindrops are made When they fall on the famishing plains, As the emerald carpets are formed blade by blade, And the harvest i3 counted in grains, As tiny drops blending make vast ocean's power As t waves and the billows unite. So our deeds make a life as life fills the hour; Shall it 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. — 2 September 1891

vO. MANNING, S. C., WEDNESDAY, SE1TEBER 2, 1891. NO. 37. ALL MEN MAY BE GREAT. 'THE WORLD Wi-L NOT KNGW IT, BUT ALIG.i Y GOD WILL. Dr. T 11- 1 t iiiv i- ais of TMiiul Which Men asi is on n M >o-$ave a Huilan .ul i-- it-> .v. n anid the Lord OCEAN GR E,~ N.J..Aug. 23. This is camp me-n Suu'sity .t Ocean Grove. Its ce:biazuou is always re garded as tl gr-at event oi the year at this lamous relii.o:s watering place. This sear the -ttraktious of its obser vance have !>eea ethauced by the pres enc~e of Dr. 'Flma:;e. who preached this afternoon in the Auiitorium. Every seat was filled and evo ry inch of stand ine room in the aisles was eeupied, and the greatest. euthisiasiu prcvailed. Itisestiniaed t!at :ulIv lifeti thous and person> were alW to i hear the doc tor, and muvii e!ers were deprived of that privile~. 11:s ixt was llaniel xi. 32, "-The peop'e that do know their God shall be strvag and do explo:ts." Antiochus Epiibanes. the old sinner, came (town thret tines wah his ...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 2 September 1891

THEMANINGTIMES. 1Maxnning-r S-e S. A. NETTLES, Editor. WDIRSAT, llRD 2, 1BIIl The Merehants Haye Crowded Us. The fall season is upon us and as is the case with all first class advertising mediums the columns of the paper are crowded with announcements from enterprising mer chants, who know the value of letting their lights so shine as to attract the purchasing public to their establishments. We therefore ask the indulgence of our many readers until next week when we will give them the usual spicy reading matter and reliable news from all sections. and we earnestly request our faithful correspon dents to send us as much news as they can because we want our readers to keep posted with what is going on throughout the county. A careful perusal of our advertisements will be of great value to these contemplat ing purchasing fall and winter goods. The Weather. August was a peculiar month: the hottest and wettest for years. The heat was more excessive than any other time during the summer, ...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 2 September 1891

THE MANIMG TMES. Published Every Wednesday. Your Name in Print. -Maj. -A. Levi arrived home last Monday from his pleasure trip North. -Mrs. Emma DuBose, of Mayesville, is visiting her father, Mr. B. A. Walker. t -Miss Lily Cole hasbeen spending some time near Greeleyville visiting friends and 3 relatives. s -Mr. Sam M. Barfield, who has been in Texas several years, returned home last Monday night. -Rev. and Mrs. W. B. Duncan, of Tim- i] monsville, are visiting Mrs. Louisa Hug gins, Mrs. Duncan's mother. -Mr. S. A. Rigby is back from the North, and says he never felt better in his life. P He says he bought very largely. P -Mr. Moses Levi spent a pleasant time P up North, and will have some pretty goods to show his lady customers as a result of 2 this trip. -Mr. John C. Bagnal, of Wedgefield, is spending a short summer vacation among his friends at his old home in Manning. He is looking the picture of health. 0 Scuppernon grapes, 25c. per peck, for sale by Mrs. J. D. Alsbrook. Died at...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 2 September 1891

AFTERWARD. o souls that bear a daily cio;s, Half-fainting, questioning, bearing still, Some time your lesson shall be learned, And ye shall understand God's will. o eyes that weep through hours of night. And veil your wistful pain by day, Joy yet shall come with morning light. Ye shall not weep in vain alway., o willing feet that hourly ran On ceaseless errands here and there, So tired, yet ye shall find a goal And cease your weary aching there. o patient hands that toil so hard To meet the needs of every day, Some time the work will all be done, And ye In rest soft-folded lay. o hearts where good and ill contend, Sinning, repenting, vexed with life And all its cares, fresh courage take, For victory shall follow strife. O souls that bear a daily cross! O hearts that strive! Oh eyes that weep: The time will surely come when God Shall give to "His beloved sleep." And every bruise shall find its baini. Good deeds a full and sure reward, Fain, toil, and grief be overpast, And peace shal...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 9 September 1891

VOL. VII. ___ MANNING, S. C., WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1891 NO. 38. THE COIN CRIB OF FGYPT. NO ADN4ITANCE TO GOD'S BOUNTY - UNLESS CHRIST GO WIT H YOU. The Famiue ir.t Was Scv iW AQI Lnds -The Condittion Imponed That Henja nao Shond (; into ENpt with 2i2 Brethreu--ujamin a T.&pz of Chriit. BuooKrxy., Au:. 30.-The cabled reports of a-ager harvests in Europe. and the memory o. the vast crops of ripening grain Y hich Dr. Talmage saw during his recent tour in the west, have combined to turn his tnoughts back to that patriarchal time when all the world sent to Egypt to buy corn and to sug gest a Gospel lesson. His text is Gen esis xliii. 3, "Ye shall not see my Iae. except your trother be with vcu." This summer, having crossed ei% teen of the United States-north, south, east aud west-I hare to report the mightiest harvests that tits country or any other country ever reaped. If the gratu .m blers do not eomehow wreck these har vests wc are about to emwer upon the grandest sceae of pros...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 9 September 1891

THE MANNIG TIMES. 3MAMi-0i711, 0. C S. A. NETTLES, Editor. The Taxes We Paid. Comptroller-General Ellerbee was in town last Monday, and made a set tlement with the treasurer, auditor, school commissioner, and county commisioners. He told us the set tlement was very satisfactory. We have been furnished with the follow ing figures, which will give a fair idea of what taxes the people paid last year. The total value of the property in the county, as abstracted on the auditor's books, was $2,372, 235, and the total levy was 11 3-4 mills, of which 5 1-4 mills was for State purposes; 41-2 mills for county purposes; and 2 mills for school pur poses: DR. STATE. Taxes on $2,326,565, Original Abstract ..................$12,214.46 Taxes on $45,670, Additional Abstract .................. 239.77 15 per cent. Penaly on $39, M755 Delinquent........... 31.29 Ami't State Tax f-ora Un known Land.............. 54.79 Am't Ree'd from Executions, 1888-89..................... 84.84 $12,625.15 CR. STATE. P...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 9 September 1891

THE MANNING TIMES. Published Ecery 1ednesday. Foreston News. FOnESTON, September 4.-My first article in your popular paper, created some com nient in Foreston. One class of your read ers said that the author "labored under a mistake;" another, that he had a very "pro lific imagination," while a third, not quite so complimentary, gave him a good old En glish broadside, as an awful liar. To these skeptics we reply, that in Foreston we de not "labor under mistakes,"and we are not gifted with "prolific imaginations," but we are too polite to contradict anyone. On the evening of the 25th the Foreston merry-makers paid a flying visit to Wilsons, and had a delightful time. We have had a protracted meeting in the Methodist church, and good preaching. We hope for great good from this meeting. There are some long faces amongst the juveniles of this community, for school opens on Monday. Cotton-picking is in full blast. The av erage colored cook can now be hired on the following terms, only, v...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 9 September 1891

THE MANNING TIMES. WIDNIDAY SI E 9, 1901 BILL ARP. The Country Philosopher. "Fret not thyself because -of evil doers." The philosophic mir.d should always be calm and sereno-, though in these dog-days it is rigt hard to be composed when Si-tius is exhaling his malignant infliuEnce,, and the bad spirits are filling 'ae air and hatching discord among Taen. Paracelsus says that the air ie not so full of flies in August as it is with invisible devils. But i kn'-w some that are visible, and thra Jevish Talmud says they did not edescend from Eve, but that Adam had apother wife called Lilis, and of her mothing was born but devils, and they overrun the country until the flood. How they dodged the deluge the Tal mud does not tell us, but I reckon some of them had boats of their own. Certain it is that the germ of malig nity was not altogether destroyed, and it has multiplied and replenished like bacteria, and has impregnated the souls of human kind to an alarm ing extent. The wicked plotteth...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 9 September 1891

The reunion of Company H, 5th S C. Cavalry, took place to-day at Packsville. The 31anning Academy, under the prin cipalship of Mrs. E. C. Alsbrook, opened its fall session last Monday. No matter what you want printed. from a visiting card to a mammoth poster, the TnIms oTice will give you neat work at low est prices. The Sunimerton Masonic lodg. will have a banquet at their next meeting. The local editor of the TiuEs returns thanks for the invitation to be present. There has been a large and commodious warehouse erected on the Galluchat lot in the rear of the stores occupied by B. A. Johnson and M. Kalisky. Sheriff Bradham last Monday sold fifty eight acres of unknown land situated in Black river swamp, Manning township, to Mr. John Thomes for S29.00. St Peter's Masonic lodge will have their regular meeting on the night of the 1th inst. The Deputy Grand Master will be present, and a full attendance is desired. 'Mrs. 11. A. Lowry, and Messrs. W. C Chandler and S. A. NettleA were last...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 9 September 1891

WHERE HE PUT HIS ARM. lie stood outside the gate awhile, And said "Good night," with lovesick smile. Good night," she said. "Good night," once more 'He muttered as he'd done before, And then, lured by some subtle charm, He came inside and put his arm She wore a hat of Jaunty shape, Tied up with some soft clinging crape, A truant ribbon from its peak Strayed down and kissed her dimpled cheek. The moon was full, the hour was late; As they stood there beside the gate .is love, by Cupid's bellows fanned, Blazed up. He took her little hand And muttered, "Dear, what is the harm?" And then he gently put his arm She wore a gown of creamy white So filmy that a fairy might Have spun it in an hour of thrift, And sent it to her as a gift. The moon reflected, "Three's a crowd," And then politely sought a cloud. With opportunity so near, His love welled strong and banished fear, He smiled away her first alarm, And then he gently put his arm A little bird came round next day And told me that 'twas...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 16 September 1891

Vi)L VII. ________ ___ MAN N ING, S. C., WED)NESDAY, SEPTEMBER 16. 1891. NO. 39. DMNVLS AT "HIE WEILl. SERMON PR~ACHEJ AT ELMIRA, N. Y., BY REV. DR. TLMAGE. 'ib. sciJa.ct U. Lrttr*r .ibppriate by theFactTn it *hley Are Holding an In ter.tate Fair There-Text of the Ser InoD, GeUC4 ?, xaxx. S. ELI1mA, Sep:. 6.-The Rev. Dr. Tal mage preachd here today to the im mense ultituat who have come to at tend the New York and Pennsylvania expositi. n. wuich is being held here Sept. 1 to SLpt. t). It is a combimed expositi..n o' cattle, sheep. horses and valuable ztock of all kinds from the two states. Tne sermon was preached on the fair grounds to a great audience of farmers. horsemen, drovers and stock raisers fAom :;car and far, as well as citi zen from the adjacent cities. Secretary Stanley, of !he Young Men's Christian Assoeia ou of Elmira. piesided. Dr. Talmag. s text was Genesis xxix, S. "And they said, we cannot, uatil all the flocks be gathered, and till they roll the stone frm the well...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 16 September 1891

THE MANNING TIMES. m ti' Mamnin, S. Cdre ci S. A. NETTLES. Editor. r< WZDNESDAT l~ILEila 16, IB9L THE MAHONEY MATTER, Below we publish (1) the papers on file tl in the governor's office, relative to the re moval-of Trial Justice Mahoney, which in- f eludes the charges made against him and the correspondence relative thereto; (2) An is account published in the Charleston World, n which gives the gist of the testimony at the h trial last Saturday, together with some com ments; and (3) The News and CowZes ac count of the trial, with the comments there- tU On, b These articles give about all there is of h the case, and we prefer giving it in this u form, isnamuch as the whole thing is prin- j< 1eipally a matr of local importance, and G we do not care to comment upon it. it Mr. Galluchat went to Columbia last Monday to see the governor, but he was d absent, and as he was not to have returned 0 until to-day, we are unable to state what is his final decision in the matter. The Charge...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 16 September 1891

THE MANNINGTIMES. Published Every Wednesday. !ZDIDAY; 01121%3f 16, 10911 BILL ARP. An Old Time iander rulling.' Not to go back in history further than my own time and recollections, let me venture upon some unoccupied territory and tell how Cherokee, Georgia, became the home of that much-maligned and misunderstood individual known as the Georgia cracker. I have lived long in his re gion and am close akin to him. There is really but little difference between the Georgia cracker and the Alabama or Tennessee cracker. They all have or had the same origin, and until the Appalachain range was openedl up to the rest of mankind by railroads and the schoolhouse these crackers had ways and usages and a language peculiarly their own. It will be remembered that until 1835 the Cherokee Indians owned and occupied this region of Georgia -the portion lying west of the Chat tahoochee and north of the Tallapoo sa rivers. They were the most peace able and civilized of all the tribes, but they were not...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 16 September 1891

MANNING TIMES. Ope Letter From Dr. Easterling on the Political Situation. oT my Political Friends--Gentle When, by order of President 4narew Jackson, the public money removed from the Bank of the xted States in 1833, that bank was thereby forced to contract its loans, resulted in commercial pres sure and scarcity of money. The statement proves that any sud n- interference with the fountain of must not only stagnate the ource, but also its minor streams. since a very vast amount of uthemn wealth was destroyed at one Ael swoo. by our national govern t, can any one be surprised at the unhappy pecuniary state of in the South and elsewhere? Suppose the same amount of North rn property had also been destroyed, ould not our national poverty have twice as great as it is? Let us wcol down and look at facts as they ea~y are. Suppose our confiscated roperty had been turned into good pinOMy apd- handed to us, would we iot have stood upon as solid a 'undaion as that of the North? tell me that th...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 16 September 1891

= MANN TIMES. 'ublisAed Every Wednesday. S, A. NETTLES, EIToR ASD PROPIMETOR. Terms: .:eniprios R.a&Ts.-One copy, one year .50; one copy, six months, 75 cents ne copy, three months, 50 cents. All subscriptions payable in advance. )vEaTisise RirEs.-One square, first in sertion. $100; each subsequent insertion, ;0 cents. Obituaries and Tributes of .lespect charged for as regular advertise tents. Liberal contracts made for three, .x, and twelve months. ,nruNicrios must be accompanied by ie real na-ne and address of the writer in rder to receive attention. No communi ation of a personal character will be pub *shed except as an advertisement. For further information address S. A. NETTLES, Manning, S. C. WZD~Ziki, i!HTZRE 16, 1691, Your Name in Print. -Miss Josephine Happoldt, of Charles ton, is visiting Miss Lizzie Benbow. -Mr. J. B. Kir,g has recovered from his injuries and is again at his post in the de -Messrs. Charley and Robert Cole, of Jessup, Ga., are visiting their father, Mr...

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