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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 14 October 1891

p .- -.----- - VOL. VII. MANNING, S. C., WEYDNESDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1891. _NO.43. THE TABEiDSACLE PULPIfi DR. TALMAGE A-KS THE QUESTION, "WHAT WERE YOU MADE FOR?" His Text Tak 0 trota Jabsav 1:1. s7, "rI This Ead Was I llorn"-An Able 1)* course Preveded be an Inspressive scene. BROOLLYN, Oct. 4.-A tuost impres sive scene is that wituessed in the Brook lyn Tahernacle, when at the 01eing of, the morning service 7.000 persons on the main floor, in two galleries and the adjoming rooms. rise and sing the Dox ology. Tbis morning in addition to the congregeational singing Prof. Henry Eyre Browne rendered from the organ, "Theme arid Variaions In A," by Cramer. Dr. Talimae's text was taken from John 18:37. "To this end was I born After Pilate had sucided. trz)dnion says that his bodv was thrown imto the Tiber, and such storms ensued on and about that river that this body was taken out and thrown into the Rhone, and similar disturbances swept that river and its baurks. Then the body was taken ou...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 14 October 1891

THE MANNING TIMS. . A. NETTLES. Editor. Prohibition in the State. On another page will be found a let ter from Rev. H. F. Chreitzburg, and a copy of as petition to the Legisla Aure to prohibit the sale of spiritous liquors in the State. Often when a man is approached to sign a temper ance petition, or asked to vote the dry" ticket, he replies tha the does not 'believe in local restriction, bat that he is- opposed to the sale and use of whisky, and would gladly support a prohibition movement. Tnat is what the Good Tempi-s of this State are now working for, and what they have a bright hope of attaining. A prohibition bill was introduced pur y late in the last session of the ' ure, so that it would come up ong the first things the next sea sion. - We feel confident that the en tire Claiendon delegation will sup port this movement, and unless the --liquor men make unusual efforts the bill will receive such strong support all over the State that it will certainly pass. We have several pe...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 14 October 1891

TgEMNIG TMhZ. ' MNISDAYT 0OC3 14; IS11 MAKE HOME HAPPY. Thepo Templars or the State Working for Prohibition. COLumBIa, S. C., Oct. 9th, 1891. EarrOE H MATNENG Tns-Dear Si': In carrying out the purpose for wliich we have been appointed by the Good Templars of this city, we incoose a petition (now being circu lated all over the State) for publica tion4 in your journal; with such edito rial remarks as you may feel warrant ed in making in behalf of the cause for which we are enlisted. We trust that you may clearly sv e your way to advolcate State flohibition. That which is good and advisable for the rura' distLcts is good and advisable for t wns aAd cities The notorious lawlessness of the liquoxr traffic, its conLinual menacing of tho public peace, its blighting ef fects upon the home life, its prosti tuting and withering eff ctsa upon the individual, the utter impossibility of its constinuance without its perpetual levying upon the rising getterations, and it appalling destruction of h...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 14 October 1891

n Act to Regulate the rraflIe in Seed Cotton. Section 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the State of South Carolina, now met and sitting in General-Assembly, and by the authority of the same, that the traffic in seed cotton by purchase, barter or exchange in the coun ties of Abbeville, Aiken, Sumter, York, Elgefield, Berkeley, Kershaw, Richland, Orangeburg, Charleston, Chesterand Union, within the periods hereinafternamed, with out license, is hereby prohibited. Section 2. That the Clerk of the Court of Common Pleas for the counties in this State respectively named in the first section of this act be, and are hereby, authorized and empowered to issue licenses to traffic in seed cotton by purchase, barter or exchange, within the period beginning the 15th of August and ending the 15th of December of each year, to such person or persons as shal file with said clerks, respectively, a written application therefor, the granting of which shall be recommended by...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 14 October 1891

THE MAN=h TaEgS Published Every Wednesday. S, A. NETTLES, EDrroR AND PROPRIETOR. Terms: SxTnscnxmnos RATs.-One copy, one year $1.50; one copy, six months, 75 cents one copy, three months, 50 cents. All subscriptions payable in advance. ADvEUrNrSG RUrES.-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. Coausc&Tios 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 further information address S. A. NETTLES, Manning, S. C. MMMZ~AT1 =M?3 14, 18911 Your Name in Print. -Miss Gussie Barre, of Lewiedale, is vis iting at Rev. W. E. Barre's. -Mr. C. H. Pack, of Kershaw, has been in Manning for the past few days. -Capt. J. E. Bass and wife, of Darlington, are visiting the family of B. A. Johnson. -Messr...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 14 October 1891

TWO LIVES. And rapturous ladies gazed into his eyes: Sne s-ood without, beneath the wi1Y skies, in snow and sleet. He spoke of Faith's decay: The ladies sighed because he spoke so true She 1-id her face in hands frost-numbed and blue. Uut (dared o pray. II churhe, il lourt and ck it, Men bowed and ladies smiled \\herve'r he went, She stole through life, by shame and linger bent. With b'leeding feet. Upon his weddi ngdav She stood ivith burning eyes that fain would weep, And heard the daneers' tread, the musbes sweep Sound far away. The bride so pure and true He took unto himself in hiughty mood: And all the paltry world applauding stood, Though well it knew The while in frost and snow Half-clad she stood upon whose maiden breast He pledged his faith, for love's supremest test In joy and woe. A STORY OF WESTERN LIFE -BY THOMAS P. MONFORT. CHAPTER VI. PAUL AND IAwIST. Louise accepted Paul's books now and with her mother's aid she studied them well and faithfully. She had at tended sch...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 21 October 1891

AN5 MANNING, S.--., EDN ESDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1891. NO. 44. VOL. VII. X A N - " N S7q'TL THE SWO:RD OF ET F A ZAR. A SERMON ON THE COLDNESS. DOUBT AND UNBELIEF OF THiSAGE. Sad Cabes of Chrlitians Who Believe but a Part of the liAble, of Men Who Doubt Everything and of Self Styled Christians Who Shrink from the Confliet. BROOKLYN, Oct. 11.-Among the vast audiences which crowd the Brook lyn Tabernacle at every service are large numbers of young men, many of whom are theological students. Dr. Talmage's sermon this morning had a special in terest for them. At this time when so many are ;ivng up the Bible, or hold ing the truth less firmly than before, the eloquent preacher put himself on record so clearly and forcibly that no one who heard him could have any doubt as to his attitude. His text was II Samuel xxiii. 10, "And his hand clave unto the sword." A grept ge:eral of King David was Eleazar, the hero of the text. The Philistines owuined battle against him, and his troops re.reated. The...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 21 October 1891

THE MANNIG TIMES.1 S. A. NETTLES, Editor. MMDIDAT; 00OBE3 2 1, 10011 The rule of the "ring" in Charles ton has at last been broken, and the reformers have nominated a candi date for mayor for the regular elec tion to be held next month. At a Democratic primary yesterday John F. Ficken defeated George D. Bryan, the present mayor, by a vote of 1,715 to 1,558. County affairs are said to be badly muddled in Sumter. Ex-Treasurer P. P. Gaillard has not yet made a settle ment with the State treasurer; School Commissioner Green is said to have some trouble in his office; and Au ditor Thomas's tax books that should have been made up nearly a month ago are far behind, with little proba bility of being ready by November 1st, even. Sumter seems to be under an evil star. Governor Tillman is governor of South Carolina, and does not hesitate to hew to the line. He is not satis fied to simply and quietly enjoy the honor of being governor, but he pulls off his coat, rolls up his sleeves, and makes t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 21 October 1891

THE MANING TKES Publ ed Every Wednesday. WMDIZDAYTE R 1, 8 (Sun.ter Watchman, Oct. 14.] The Keels Forgery Case. The trial of John R.,Keels for forgerv has excited a great deal of interest and com ment throughout Sumter county, and . for that reason alone a more extended notice than is Usually-given to vuch' cases Is fur nished for the information of the teaders of this paper. The case was docketed for Tuesday morning, but at the request of John T. Green, Esq., who appeared for the defense, the case was continued until Fri day. This was done. although the State was ready for trial, and the witnesses who were all present, would be inconveniene-d by the postponement. When the case was called Friday, Cen. Leroy Youmans appeared as an additinal counsel for John R. Teels. There was a decided disinclination on the part of the defense to*go-to ~tUial6n'th-merits of the case. The first motion made by Gen. Youmans was to have the whole venire dis missed alleging that the notice had been il le...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 21 October 1891

THE MING TIMES91l WM INazl3 IE, 11,1 100 All Right Now. The first advertisement in last week's Abbeville Press and Banjer is headed, in big display type, "New Spring Goods." and it then goes on to narrate that the advertiser "has opened up a splendid stock of spring and summer goods." What's the matter with Abbeville, anyway? Can it be possi ble that Tillman is responsible for this con dition of things? We notice also that a number of other papers are running spring advertisements. The Laurensville Herald basn't a fall advertisement in it, and one advertisement states that "choice spring goods are arriving daily."-Mannbj 7imes. If our neighbor will scan carefully the advertising columns of the Press and Banner he will find that Abbe ville is one of the liveliest towns in the State, and, we think, upon exam ination, that the Press and Banner has as many "live" home advertisements as any country paper in the State. We feel very proud of the increased demands upon our columns for adver...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 21 October 1891

THVA1'MlG TOMS W M AYT, OC E 21 l16lli Your Nanae in Print. -Mrs. S. R. Cole, of Summerton, is dan derously ill. -Mrs. H. B. Tindal, of Summerton, has returned from her summer's visit to Green ville. -Mr. Samuel McGowan, soliciting agent for the Columbia State, was in town last Monday. -Mr. B. McClure, representing the Col umbia Register, was in town last week, in the interest of his paper. -Gen. E. W. Moise, R. 0. Pardy, Esq., Maj. W. F. B. Haynesworth, and Robert Cooper, Esq., of the Sumter bar, are attend ing court. - Rev. W. S. Stokes returned last Satur day from Washington. where he bad been attending the great ecumenical conference. He was greatly pleased with his trip. Candies, raisins, citron, currants, etc., at Johnson's. When you come to Manning be sure to call at Sires & Chandler's furniture store. Sires & Chandler will compete with any furniture house in the State in prices. Call at W. H. Young's for the best sewing machine in the market. If you want paints, oils...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 21 October 1891

THEYOUNG WIDOW. She is modest, but not bashful, Free and easy, but not bold; Like an apple, ripe and mellow, Not too young and not too old; Half Inviting, half repulsive, Now advancing, and now shy There is mischiet in her dimple, There is danger in her eye. She has studied human nature; She is schQoled in all the arts; She has taken her diploma As the mistress of all hearts. She can tell the very moment When to sigh and when to smile; Oh, a maid Is sometimes charming! But a widow-all the while. Are you sad? How very serious Will her handsome face become! Are you angry? She is wretched. Lonely, friendless, fearful, dumb? Are you mirthful? How her laughter, Silver sounding, will ring out! She can lure and catch and play you, As the angler does the trout. Ye old bachelors of forty, Who have grown so bald and wise; Young Americans of twenty, With the love-looks in your eyes; You may practice all the lessons Taught by Cupid since the fall; But I know a little widow Who could win and foo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 28 October 1891

( Or -: - - MA~~~~N'iNG, S. C.. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBE2819.____NO45 L ESS I Yom "WHAT I SA W C NFRMATORY OF THE a it! C PTUR ES. Ld---- W.rtul ~irami.d of i Gixz-- and .ie Laoub U;TewmhVI. d ysomy<.61 l.-hevast Coll grezatieu at the Brot.klya Tabernacle a this movrmt: V delited by an ex- 0 teren iY Professor Henry l r Brow?. c,: the new or-an, of e Denier's secO .omaa in G. Dr. Tal ma-.e's ermou was the first of a series fi: he intends ;-reachinu! ou his eastern tour, fo enntled. -lan the Pyramids to the it Acropc,'f or What 1 Saw in Egypt and J Greece Couirmiatory of the Scriptures." ;I i-s text was;' Isaiah xix, 19. 0: ".1t T that d Si sid.1 lie an altar to the le Lnin the 'd'S of thec land of Eypt.'f all, p. liorder thereet to the I Lolrd. And it . bhal Ibe for a shin and ex for a witness." ti I no doubt hre refcrs to the b] great pyranid at Gizehi, the chief pyra- in mid o. Egypt. The text speaks of a ti pillar in E.:, an. -d tihis is the greatest C pillar ever l.L ; sund the, tex...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 28 October 1891

THE MANNIG TIMSU ! ML&=3IirLJW. C4. S. A. NETTLES, Editor. WEDRZDAT, C0O3fl 28, 1891, The political warfare in New York I and Ohio is being waged with great a fierceness. Both parties are confi dent of success. The Charleston political muddle has at last been settled by a primary which resulted in a victory for the re formers, but now the hydra-headed monster called the Republican party is beginning to show signs of life, and the Democracy of that city may be called upon to stamp it out of ex istence, which by united action they can easily do. One of the most acceptable and op portune books recently published is a school history of South Carolina, by John L. Weber, school commissioner of Charleston county and one of the editors of the News and Courier. The history is a small work, and is suitable for schools of any grade. It is written in an easy and entertain - ing style, and contains a vast amount of information. A copy of this excel lent little work should be in every home in...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 28 October 1891

DEM IN 1) AN ) SUPPLY. Eli Perkin's Thirty Years of Wit. I was talking one day with Mr. De pew abotiL 'eunand anld supply. t Said the pviVci of any conuIwiitv is always controllel by the demand awd supply. ..Not always, Eli," said Mr. Depew; "demand and supply don't always govern prices. Business tact some times governs them." "How is that ?" I asked. "Well," said Mr. Depew, "the other day I stepped up to a German butch er and out of curiosity asked: "'What's the price of sausages?' "'Dweuty cents a bound,' lie said. "'You asked twenty-five this morn ing.' "'Ya, dot vas ven I had some. Now I ain't got none I sells him for dwen ty cents. Dot makes me a reputa tion for selling cheab und I don'd lose noddings."' "You see," said Depew laughing, 'I didn't want any sausage and the man didn't have any, no demand or upply, and still the price of sausage went down." - Recommends it to Everyone. "Thinking that a word from me might be the cause of others receiv ing benefit from your S. S. S., ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 28 October 1891

THIE MAiNING TIMES. COURT. h'larstday morning tle case of Julia E., Rchet to ,gaiinst An nE. Cobia et al was resumed. This was a ,case to ascertain if the plaintiff was enti tied to an interest in the lands de scribed in the complaint. The ver diet of the jury gave plaintiff a one- 1 fourth interest. M. (. Galluehat, Esq., represented plairtiff, and J. F. Rhane, Esq., the defendants. Mary A. Richardson against Edwin and Nathan Wells, suit for dower. The jury found in favor of plaintiff on issues of facts, and the case was continned on issues of law. Earle & Prdy for plaintiff, Rhame and Moise for defendants. t J. P. Brock against J. 0. Brock, executor; verdict for plaintiff, $31.83. J. S. Wilson, Esq., for plaintiff; Earle & Purdy for defendants. The only case of general interest tried this term of court was that in which the last will and testament of the late John W. Wells was heard on appeal from the probate court. The attorneys representing the will were Joseph F. Rhame,...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 28 October 1891

THE MNG TMES. Published Every Wednesday. S, A. NETTLES, EDrroR AND PRoPRIE=oR. Terms: SUBscuInoN RATEs.-One copy, one year $1.50; one copy, six months, 75 cents one copy, three months, 50 cents. All subscriptions payable in advance. ADnVTzISisG RATs.-One square, first in sertion, $100; each subsequentinsertion, 50 cents. Obituaries and Tributes of Respect charged for as regular advertise ments. Liberal contracts made for three, six, and twelve months. CorxxmcaTross 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, Manning, S. C. I~IZiDA, QCfOUE 28, 189G, Your Name in Print. -Mr. Ferdinand Levi and wife, of Sum ter, spent last Sunday in Manning. -Rev. Wm. Carson, of Foreston, who has been quite sick is much improved. -Mr. R. J. Bradham, eldest son of Sheriff Bradh am, is dangerously ill at his home in the F...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 28 October 1891

LONG AGO. I once knew all the birds that came And nested in our orchard trees, For every flower I had a name My friends were woodchucks, toads and bees; I knew where thrived in yonder giea W1 at plants would soothe a stone bruised toe Oh, I was very learned then, But that was very long ago. I knew the spot upon the hill Where checkerberries could be found, Iknew the rushes near the niill Where pickerel lay that weiglhed a pound: I knew the wood-the very tree Where lived the poaching, saucy crow, And all the woods and crows knew me But that was very long ago. And pining for the joys of youth, I tread the old famili'r spot Only to learn this solemn truth: I have forgotten. am forgot. Yet here's this youngster at my knee Knows all the things I used to know: To think I once was wise as he But that was very long ago. I know It's folly to complain Of whatso'er the fates decree, Tet, were not wishes all in vain, I tell you what my wish should be: 'd wish to be a boy again, Back with the fr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 4 November 1891

MA G CWS , E48NO. 46. VOL. '\7jf~~~ MANN INGS. C., WEDNESD)AY, -NOVEMBE ,19. ____ TABERNACLE PULPIT. CR. TALMAGE'S SECOND SERMON ON HIS OLD WORLD JOURNEYS. He Ficas Coufrniation of the Truth of the Scrptoerea in the Testianonv of the - Cities and Elvern and Place. of Long Ago. BROsxLYN. Oct. 25.-The render ng of the Fist :Saata in D Minor, by t4u:lmant, on the ::reat organ of the Brooklyu Tabernacle this morning, by Professor Benry Ejre Browne, the or zanist, held ti e vast congregation spe'l hound with profound emotion. Dr. Tal mage nreaebed on "Sailing Up the Nile," the second sermon of the series entitled 'From the Pyram.es to the Acropolis; )r, What I Saw In Evypt and Grecce Confirmatory of tLhe Scriptures." Iis text was Ezekiel xxix, 9, "The Itiver Is Mine and I Have Made It." A ba! This is the River Nile. A brown Jr yellow or silver cord on which are hung more jewels of thrilling interest thsan on any river that was ever twisted a the sunshine. It rii.ples through the ,cok of ...

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

THE MANNIG TMES.' Manniig, S. C. S. A. NETTLES, Editor. WZDVIRDAYI INVZKBf 11 1001, Last Friday Hon. W. J. Talbert de livered an address to an audience in the court house numbering about two hundred, which was a large audience considering the fact that the notice of the meeting was short. The Alliance in this county is not making any wild or noisy demonstrations, but is stead ily going on, despite the opposition and obstacles thrown in its way. There will be two other public meet ings in this county as soon as speak era can be procured, and it is to be hoped that a more extended notice will be given of the time and place, so that the speakers will be greeted with large and enthusiastic audiences. "Gala Week" in Charleston last week is said to have been a very poor affair. It was the first of these occa sions we ever attended, and we saw nothing to be specially proud of. The hotels and boarding houses were ad vertised to furnish board and lodg ings at reduced rates, but there was the...

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