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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 16 September 1891

DAY AND NIGHT. ter. Oh the rapturous thrill of awaking hig In the morning cool and gray, b When my pulses stir with rejoicing For the gift of another day. Oh a day is too short for such chances "N Of love and of service true, dra With the glory of sunshine around me, wal piLr-_A4d my beautiful work to do. But thb dear day slips from my holding not n4 -the chances come and go; stil While I love and I work a little, fori And I worry a bit. you know, 1h-Uen the evening comes with its quiet, AMd dreams of the hours past, And I put off my plans until morning, An< ---4in glad to sleep at last. phe Omyflfe grows rich with Its meaning, tiU' - Uaatil.beauty and service combine; left -Eand itelaims me with power resistless, ,: Whills ue with longings divine. t ~'O ref are the years of our striving. . Faredistant the brotherhood dream. '3twe:work with a courage unfailing. A. Blfe holds a glory supreme. gra .jt perhaps in the misty future wit r of quiet may come, Wh& a evening hush may e...

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. — 23 September 1891

VOL. Vii. _ __MANNING, S. C., WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1891. NO. 40. TilE POWER OF KINDNESS. LESSIONS FROM PAUL'S RECEPTI "N ON THE ISLAND OF NIELITA. The Darbaroub People ot the Island Were as Yet Uncorrupted. and So the Prompt Ings of Nature Ruled Them-Kludness a Royal Flower of God's Goodness. BROOKLYN, Sept. 13.-Brooklyn Tabernacle today contaned many stran gers on their way home trom the water ing places and foreign lands. Many of the members absent from the city dur ing the summer were In their places. The church buildina and the organ, which have been almost continually under brush and hammer since the dedication last spring, are now about completed. The sermons today were full of congra tulation and were attended by the usual thronas. Dr Talmage's morning ser mon was on "Kindness," from the text. Acts xxviii, 2: "The barbarous people showed us no little kndness." My text puts us on the Island of Malta, another name for Melita. This Island, which has always been an im portant...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 23 September 1891

THE MANIG TIMI Mam i xxg S. 40 S. A. NETTLES. Editor. THE COUNTY IS OUT OF DEBT. The $1200 paid into the county treasury last week for cotton seed li censes proved a great blessing to the county commissioners. They needed just about that sum to wipe out all the past indebtedness of every kind of this county, and last Saturday they paid off dollar for dollar every claim presented to them, that had been ap proved prior to the present fiscal year commencing Nov. 1, 1890. Our county has been laboring un der a big debt ever since the Demo cratic party came into posession of things, and we doubt if the county has been out of debt since the war. But we are out of debt now! The present board of county commission ers are to be felicitated upon the ad mirable way they have managed coun ty financial affairs, and the people owe them a debt of gratitude for their economical management. And, by way of parenthesis, we must not fail to include the name of Mr. E. Con yers Horton, who was a member of...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 23 September 1891

girl out of her wages at the end of month. Microbes and bacteria, eh I don't believe it! Let him shob t een to rue up in the Zoological gai dens !" When Mrs. Bwser told Mr. Boy ser what had occurred he bristled u] got red in tLe face and exclaimed: "I see bow it is; couldn't carr your point with me, and so you wel out and upset the girl! Mrs. BoN ser, you are treading on dangerou ground-very dangerous A husban may be a worm, but if that worm i stepped on too often he turns!"-A Quad, in New York World. (Bamberg ilerald.3 Changing Teachers. Summer is the time of genera house moving among the teachers A teacher is a professional wanderez The average teacher rarely retains i school at one place longer than thre< years. The .teacher is generally re ceived the first year with open arm and asseverations of undying friend ship. The second year clouds of pet ty opposition collect on the horizoi The third year the opposition deep ens into outspoken hostility. Omi nous clouds overcast the h...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 23 September 1891

TE MA UING TIMS. WZMD DAY, SUPIM 23, 1B91, T pi Greeleyville News. . GamEEYvnU, Sep. 21.-Church- n, goers in this community were more P fortunate than usual yesterday (Sun- b, day). At the Mount Hope Baptist ui church the congregation listened to a te very interesting Sunday-school ad- u dress by Mr. Smith, of Richland a county. Mr. Smith is a visitor to the si superintendent, E. R. Lesesne. Rev. a Samuel Leard, of Chester, S. C., was m present as a worshipper, and was in- ai vited by the pastor, Rev. H. F. Oliver, oi to occupy the pulpit, which he did, ti, and preached to the giatification and di edification of a large congregation. e( After the sermon three applicatious SE for baptism were received, and the te 'pastor invited Rev. Mr. Leard to unite with all Christians present in extend ing to them the right hand, which he s, did. In the afternoon these apphi- jij cants were baptized by immersion. b< In the evening Rev. Mr. Oliver a preached at Greeleyville, and Rev. st Mr. Lea...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 23 September 1891

THE MANNING TIMES. Published Every Wednesday. S, A. NETTLES, EDITOR AXI) PRorUILTon. Terms: Snsenn-r-o RTms.--- One copy, one vear $1.50; one copy, six months, 75 cents one copy, three months, 50 cents. All subscriptions payable in advance. AuvrrisLsO R zs.-One square, first in sertion, $1 00; each subsequent insertion, 50 cents. Obituaries and Tributes of respect charged for as regular advertise ments. Liberal contracts made for three, 14x, and twelve months. CoxaIusrXcATiows must be accompanied by the real name 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 finrther information address S. A. NETTLES, Manning, S. C. Your Name in Print. -Mr. Jos. W. Rigby 1. aves next week for Binghan military selool, in North Caro lina. -Misses May Wilson and Sallie Stukes left yesterday for Spartanburg, to attend Converse college. -Mr. Willie Coskrev Davis leaves next Saturday for the Virginia Uni...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 23 September 1891

THE OLD HOME. In the quiet shadows of twilight I stand by the garden door. And gaze at the old, old homestead, S- cherished and loved of yore. But the ivy now is twining Untrained o'er window and wall; And no more the voice of the children Is echoing through the hall. Through years of pain and sonow, Since first 1 had to part The thought of the dear old homestead lias lingered around my heart; The porch embowed with roses, The gables' drooping eaves, And the song of the birds at twilight Amid the orchard leaves. And the forms of those who loved me In the happy childhood years Appear at the dusky windows, Thugh vision dimmed with tears. I hear their voices calling From the shadowy far away, And I stretch my arms toward them in the gloom of the twilight gray. But only the night winds answer, As I cry through the dismal air; And only the bat comes swooping From the darkness of its lair Yet still the voice of my childhood Is calling from far away, And the faces of those who loved me Smi...

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. — 30 September 1891

VOL ~ ~ ~ fI MA -NN I NG(4, S. C.,_WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBRAO 89._ ___ O 1 b AL01A C[9i I ..I _l.( ihidii NID CHILE'S EX-P:ED: COMMiT3 SUi siDE AT SANTiAGO. '2he I >C .nktt . a i u .Drtv-uiktuLi Leg~ationi at.N. N1 as Lert- the lltantati 31141 M".3 , t .: .-!eH rl' Valparai gorreg. iudenLt, t riphs as 1 bliows: Ex-Pres!idep: Biz.macetip., of Ch:le, shot himb If t roughi 4 me tniple in his room at the Argenit:ne legation in Santi a-o at 6:30 a. m. today (Saturday). The story b caie knowu here this anernoou. and created the greatest excitement. It now seems that Balmaceda left Santia %o on Augzust ::9. in the hope of making his escape treln Chile: b'ut seeia that I every avtuue u -ape n%- cut oif. he returned there on zSepmbaer 2. and went direct to the Argentine legation. After the disastrous battle tzear Val paraiso and the surrender of Santiago, on August 29tb in company with ex Al.alde Victor Echauren, he took a carriage :od drove to a point two miles outside the e::y. Here a specia...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 30 September 1891

THE MAIMG TIMES. Mrannmin a-, S. CO S. A. NETTLES. Editor. WEDNESDAY BUTIMR 30, 10. Very Much Crowded. THE MANNiG TIMES is full to ovefloW ing this week, and in consequence we are compelled to issue a small supplement. Every page of the Tnrzs is full of good matter, and we ask that every advertise ment be carefully read. We have several new ones this week, and a number of changes. An article from Secretary of State James E. Tindal is in type but is crowded out till next week. A Nice Lot of Furniture. MANNlso, S. C., Sep. 15, 1891. EnITon MAwING Tixss-Dear Sir: Please notify the good people of this see tion that we are still in Manning and have quite a nice lot of furniture-in fact the best that has ever been offered in this mar ket. both in quality and price. v We invite She public at large to give us a call, and extend a special invitation to those of our friends who have been dealing with us in the past, to call again and exam ine our stock and be again convinced that we are fully...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 30 September 1891

THE MANNING TIMES. P i'se'd Ecery/U i q7esday. S, A. NETTLES. EDIToR AND PROPRIETOR. M RDIDA E; 1001, Foreston News. FORESToN, Sep. 28. --We have not received the prophetic cake yet, but will venture to write again, in the hope that this letter may inspire somebody to get married, or perpe trate something equally astonishing, in or der to give "Button" an opportuuity to chronicle the fact. Foreston is looking very beautiful this season. Never has the sky been bluer, the corntields bghter with the harvest gold than now. Ib is a soft, calm day, Septem ber dying away into October, and giving nature a farewell caress, while fleecy clouds drift solemnly across the zenith and mass in banks of splendor behind the forests which form the background to a charming landscape. Nature is a perfect success. Why can't our lives be the same? Now for news. We believe that every body has made friends with everybody e:s, and are shaking hands across the chasm of petty feuds and disagreements. We have a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 30 September 1891

THE VMIG TIMES. I rann -inigr, S. C. Ci le re S. A. NETTLES. Editor. p tb cl Bill Arp's Baby Girl Goes to College. rc These are solemn times now-there cc is nobody dead or dying, but there si is a lost child, and that-is nearly as i sad. We kcow where she is, for we D( sent her there; but it is bard on the ss old folks to send their youngest child ri away, especially when she is a girl w and the last of the litter. It took us tl a few days to realize that she had pi gone. Sometimes she goes to spend B a night with a schoolmate, and it ut seemed like she was there and would h soon come back, but she doesn't. ir Her piano is closed, and its dark rose wood case looks darker now. There a is a feeling of badness around the N house. The sewing machine is hav- tj iug a rest, for she made her own ti clothes, and she cleans up the house il and sets the table and lights the lamps and helps her mother, and t( when the cook quits she can make as si good a biscuit as I can. She loves al hr home ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 30 September 1891

YOU'LL BE QUITE APT To Ope You Eye a little wider than you usually do When you come to -LOOK AT OUR FALL lI F kLI THE MANNING TIMES Published Every Wednesday. S, A. NETTLES, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. Terms: SunscneTos Rzs.-One copy, one yea: $1.50; one copy, six months, 75 cents one copy, three months, 50 cents. Al subscriptions payable in advance. ADvETrsrsG RATES.-One square, first in sertion, $100; each subsequentinsertion 50 cents. Obituaries and Tributes o Respect charged for as regular advertise ments. Liberal contracts made for three six, and twelve months. CoIMnrycArzoNS must be accompanied b: the real name and address of the writer ii order to receive attention. No communi cation of a personal charauter will be pub ished except as an advertisement. For further information address S. A. NETTLES, Manning, S. C. Your Name in Print. -Dr. W. S. Pack, of Greenville, is ii town. -Dr. S. C. C. Richardson is in Asheville N. C., for his health. -Mr. E. D. Harvin is the proudest mar in t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 30 September 1891

A MANT, HERO:NE. Some girls are extolled for their beauty And some for their knowledge and wit, And others for doing a duty, Of hardship and courage and grit, And some for composing a sonnet Or acting and filling a hall, But the girl who can trim her o wn bounet &nd makes her own dress beats all. Miss Patti more music may warbie, Rose Benheur excel her with paint, Miss Hosmer carve better on marble, She may not be half of a saint But if she can make her own dres;e And trim her own bonnet we hold She is-for the husband she blesses Worth more than the others, all told. A girl who can make her head pretty And, also, her figure look sweet, Is, either in country or city, A prize which no genius can beat; And when In addition she's able To care for the babies and cook We set her right up on the table And call on creation to look. Hurrah for this girl and no othev We shout her unlimited praise, To win her away from her mother And wed her we're trying alway.: She makes a man happy forev...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 30 September 1891

THE MANNING TIMES. WEDNESDAY, SEP. 30, 1891. News from Silver. SILVER, S. C., Sep. 29.-One of the most nteresting and pleasant occasions I ever njoyed was the grand military review of e cavalry which took place at Panola last riday, the 26th. I need not tell you that Panola, as usual, had a grand day; the morning was lovely, and every thing went merry as a marriage bell. To compliment each command on their efficieracy and splendid appearance, both as to horses and men, would require much moce space than you perhaps have to spare. However, it is the ladies that al ways add charms to every occasion, and lends enchantment to the view. it is a fact not to be dispute.d that when the llampton Light Dragoons and Connor Mounted Rifle men touch elbows they make their inspec tions too grand for description. From the least to the greatest they vie with each other in making these occasions successini General Farley was to inspect the troops, and all eyes eagerly sought to look upon him, the peo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 7 October 1891

V O L C I. _ M A N N N G S . C A, _ W I N E [ A ,_ C IE1} q.1 9 ._ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ O 2 AIE SfhLit !S \I ill US -R. T GE P-:EACHES ON THE CONTN& NED) :M N 2OF CHRIST. n eZ..i..e int *e e . U. 1 u% ) aTo -:.= ** a , . ra rCietii.s .Bacom~s. 7. -'.-his is Sacra -.T res usual oi these oc eau * n'.*,- .t Itu. and impres 0~v. The n o ervice tapmed wi Lhe e n.-, .re dsly.The L-rand oertoi hr, Grln was exquisitely reu dered 1t lie r ' IrIIV EVr- Irwn and t e. e - with the mjetic " coonaLI alIW. Dr. Tala::es oils course wvt .)u --T iarchL Ot Chilst thrt u.:b the .C cotr. i" andu his text IZV:ite aion -.x: 1:. - Un his head were M' ycur l o he a'ert and youi thuList eo .Cenned, and all the iow) eC owur ZS uk ArtueA. while I speak to u'(u v$ !!:x "Imo-.uh cf Christ through thi cum: s." Y cu sa v, -give us ther a ico' stait, mi. ro'ra Ii f verm:liiu and ou i Lr.f n:asaze ;:.,! umid corri-lors 01 pr 1at urAitr canoti4pies dyei in al h htud, f :.. we - tig ,un." You ca s ith .;ri pie. At tht t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 7 October 1891

THXANNIG TBIMS .1 -trin~g -S . C;. 8. A. NETTLES, Editor. ThersDAto WOrdM 7s 1sp1 The Charleston World Suspends. The Charleston World has suspend ed publication. No reason is assign ed. The World was a welcomed pa per to this office, and has done much good during its four years' existence. It makes the following announce ment: With this issue the publications of the World-Budget Company are discontinued. Mr. Wilson G. Harvey, Jr., formerly bus iness manager, will be at the office, 39 Hayne street, for the purpose of settling up the affairs of the company. All money due the WTorld-Budget Compa ny must be paid to him at once, and all claim for unexpired "paid in advance" subscriptions should be made to him promptly. The Fair in Manning Next Week. The colored people of this county have made a laudable step in the right direction, and one calculated to largely improve their own condition and to benefit the county. They will next week hold a mechanical and ag ricultural fair near the dep...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 7 October 1891

'a D TanReady to Imbibe. iDe Tank: "I have been laborn withl Bumso to get himy to drink wi miiodera ,n." Bosso": "What did be say ?" D 'Tauk: "He was deighM, mi wanted to know where he could me him." Many -.oang children bwemne positive repn!sive wi. sore eyes, sore ears, and sca head. Such afflictions may be speedily i moved by the use of Ayer's Sarsaparill Young and old alike experience the wo derful benefits of this medicine. When Baby was sick, we gave her Castorla. When she was a Child, she cried for Castoria. When she became Miss, she clung to Castoria. - When s had Children, she gave them Castoria Qneen Victoria has a remarkably fine hen of hair, for a lady of her age; but her son. tl Prince of Waxles, is quite bald. Had he usc L Ayer's Hair Vigor earlier in life. hi-, her might, to-day, have been as well covered that of his royal mother. It's not too late ye A gray beard on a man under 50 mak< him look older than he is. The best dye I color broten or black is Buckingham's...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 7 October 1891

THE MANNING TIMES. Give The Public a Rest. SutrTOx, S. C.. ,ep p. 28. 1891. The Big Tempest in a Little Teapot. My absence from home has prevented a reply to the article in your paper of Septembe'r 9th in which you made fmther allusion to the difficulty at Foreston between my broth er, Tom Sparks, and John Wilson. I hoped that when the facts were given to the read ers of your paper in their true light. (as in my card of late date I endeavored to do) that the matter would be left to the majesty of the law to prove and3 substantiate the correctness of the same. But since you have seen fit to comment further upon it, there are a few questions I would like answered. and a little advice to offer, which if taken may prove beneficial in the future to yourself and paper, in mak ing it a sheet worthy the price of subscrip tion and time of reading, thereby increas ing its circulation, enriching its coffers, thus spreading the influence of both, to far more distant borders, than either has yet...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 7 October 1891

THE MANNING TfS Published Every Wednesday. S. A. NETTLES, EDrroR AND PROPRIETOR. Terms: SuBscRIPTIroN R.F.-One copy, one year $1.50; one copy, six months, 75 cents one copy, three months, 50 cents. All subscriptions payable in advance. ADVEBTISING Rvr.-One square. first in sertion, $1 00; each subsequentinsertion, 50 cents. Obituaries and Tributes of Respect charged for as regular advertise ments. Liberal contracts made for three, six, and twelve months. CoxuxzicaTioss must be accompanied by the real 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, Manxing, S. C. Your Name in Print. -Mr. James E. Davis is attending Pres bytery at Beulah. -Mr. Surface, of New Yo.k, is visiting the family of Mr. M. Levi, who are his rela tives. -Mr. Junius E. Hodge and Miss Bertha Hodge, of Williamsburg, were visiting the family of Mr. T. J. Davis the pas...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 7 October 1891

A DREAM. I dreamed last night that I had dIed My soul had found released: I lay with wearv hands al rest, Withi troubled hearts at peace. And yet, my spirit hovered near- - Iseemed to feel, I seemed to hear. I dreamed-ah! 'twas a gracious dreanm That, lying so at rest, You came. and knelt beside me there. And loving kisses pressed Upon my brow so white and chil, Upon my lips so dumb and still. You called me each eidearine name Our happy love had kn own; For all the anguish of the past Your sorrow did atone: Yet, though your tears rained o'er my fa'x, I could not break from Death's embrace. Oh, bitter-sweet! The boon I craved While living came too late: To know it mine, yet give no sign Oh, mockery of fate: Almost I seemed Death's spell to brealz. And thrill with life for your dear sake. I felt-my happy pulses throb. My'heart with tumult beat: My pallid cheeks grow warm and red Beneath your kisses sweet; And then-ah me, how real it seemed: I wokato find I had but dreamed. A STORY OF ...

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