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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 4 November 1891

THE MMAThG TMES. Bill Arp I:esse .Aj.crivan Aristor racy and Nlgro Deprn:Vly. Dr. Nunnally was telling about a poor boy who was working his way through college. He worked for hire on a farm at $10 a month and his board, and saved his wages and went to schocl, and during vacation ie hired out and lived hard and did his own washing.. That boy is in earnest and needs watching. I am going to watch him if I live and see what be comes of him. They are not common. I knew one in colle'ge about forty-five years ago. He walked from north Alabama to Athens, Ga., and his clothes were all home-made and coarse and didn't fit well. I remem ber that his pants were too short at the bottom and too long at the top, and the waist seam of his brown jeans coat was high up on the back. The boys laughed at him on the sly, but they dident laugh long, for he soon took the lead and kept it. If he hadent got killed in the war he would have been a leader in his State right now. This is a great and glorious gove...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 4 November 1891

~THE \'f TIMES& Will He Ever Han-! -Court is in session in Darlington Ais week. Joe James is to be re-sen tenced, but there is a probability that he will have to be re-sentenced two or three more times before the law is V-aUowed to take its course. He has lad three trials, has been convicted wc and has been before the Su Spreme Court twice, and his case will iV. probably go before that tribunal im n-mediately after this term of court. 'After his second conviction he ap L pealed for a re-hearing of his case, ,7 and the Supreme Court decided against him. This was after Chief Justice Simpson's death, and the case was heard only by Associate Justices Mclver and McGowan. James's counsel will claim that the Supreme Court is not a legal body without a Ihief justice. If Judge Izlar decides that the two associate justices could bear and decide the case James will appeal from his decision. This will take the case back to the Supreme Uburt, and Judges McIver and Mc wilL have to reaffirm th...

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. — 4 November 1891

THEMANNING TIME.~ Published Ecery Wednesday. S, A. NETTLES, EDITOR LNSD PnorunroR. Terms: StnscriPTioN RATES.-One copy, one year $1.5(; one copy, six months, 75 cents one copy, three months, 50 cents. All subscriptions payable in advance. ADvEsTisLNG RArEs.-One square, irst in sedion, $1 00; each subsequent insertion, 50 cents. Obituaries and Tributes of Respect charged for as regular advertise ments. Liberal contracts made for three, six, and twelve months. CoxvricToss 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 f-irther information address S. A. NETTLES, Manning, S. C. Sumter bad two earthquake'shocks last week. Progressive city. The county commissioners were in session yesterday, and paid off a num ber of past-indebtedness claims. The State fair meets in Columbia next week, November 10 to 13, in clusive. The railroads will sell tick ets at ...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 4 November 1891

IN THE NIGH T. Sometimes in the night wheN i sit and write, I hear the strangest things, As my brain grows hot with a burning thought That struggles for form and wings. I can hear the beat of my swift blood's feet As it speeds with a rush and a wbirr, From heart to brain aid back again, lAke a race-horse under the spur. With my soul's fine e.r I listen and hear The tender silence speak, As it leans on the breast of night to rest And presses his dusky check. And the darkness turns in its sleep and yearns For something that is kin And I hear the hiss of a scorching kiss, As it folds and fondles sin. In Its hurrying race thro' leagues of space I can hear the earth catch b-eath, As It heaves and moans and shudders and groans And longs for the rest of death. And high and far from a distant star, Whose name Is unknown to me, I hear a voice that says, "Rejoice! For I keep ward o'er thee!" Oh, sweet and strange are the sounds that range Thro' the chamber of the night.; And the watcher who w...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 11 November 1891

VOL ViE. ~MANNIN I 'm. O LDESDAY, N I IV191Al___ N. 7 E . P.'- 3Y HE REV. T DE A:rT .:AGE. Iyn. Ills A . re Ncvar LarA-r "n -h .dv f E :r.-!.His TI.6 2eOKLyix. Nov. .-TheTaberU.a.e Wats lhronret u ti mri The vatte 't t no calac.ty with :3rer t-ne: shows iow the p apular prechet' r5ins his p-wer ovur the peopiP. A 01un he has been prchng in k for !tore than tlr- en'yu t anL. e e r never eo large -s ne0. id anlhoughI the larget Protent ch;irch in Arnerica has been built :or hi. there r.ecr was a time when so m v persovs were tu.rned 3wy fI- I-ok -'room. Tie .iuh "'Uricks - tot: 4:w." a ct ot the series on the co) -irnatiun of Holy Scripture whic )r. 'I almian e found Iu his journey froa the Pyramids to the Acropolis, 7LIS textz was ainh xix, 1, "The burden of What is n ' c\ eIrwbnt about in the streets rat" k zpt.! ! Decemn btrlcmrnia %la i" "- :i.d-el k X We bear :cud v i. at.: .ee 1e Crowcs if peo)n~i tee to. lhe sides '. the street. The - xitrn-nt it others be ce.ts otr zn A xc tne...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 11 November 1891

THE XANNING TIMES. - ti P Maimi ;, ft. 40, c 0 S. A. NETTLES, Editor. I t C WZDEDATI VKEY1,181 On the first and third pages of THE Tnms will be found an account of how some Barnwell tricksters tried to , defraud the State out of a reward I for a murderer, and in another oolumn on this page will be found the sequel to the governor's prompt i action. It is possible that Williams c will be disbarred from the practice of " law, even if he does not go to the peni tentiary, and it is very probable that all the conspirators will be punished 1 for their attempt at fraud. The s sheriff has been completely exonera ted. Lynch law will not do, and the N action of the colored lynchers in this county last Monday night should be t condemned in the strongest terms. C If Joe Evans was doing anything un lawful, then those offended should I have taken proper legal steps to have him punished, but to take the law in their own hands, to avenge their own cause, especially in this case, where it seems Evan...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 11 November 1891

THE MANNIN T3E. A N V.'GhY . 1EIl'T. It A Murderer Atteips to Gain a Reward by a Pretented Surrender--Fratd Charged and the Governor Will In restigate-A Sheriff May Lose His Head. W. L. McFail sometime ago killed p another man in Barnwell, and under h such circumstances that but little ex- il pectation was had of his being able e to procure bail should he be arrested. n In consequence he defied arrest and s, kept out of the way till the Governor a offered a reward for his capture. i! Then he was easily arrested, as it is c claimed his friends wished to get this b money for paying his attorndy to de- b fend him. The whole proceedings, s however, were so flagrantly. outrage- t1 ous that the people of Barnwell would o not stand it, and at once reported the v case to the Governor, advising him %i not to pay the reward.: Numerous y letters were passed on both sides, h but the two following will give the e gist of the case: I CoLrxuM A, Nov. 8.-Special to the News u and Courier: The McFai...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 11 November 1891

MANNINflG TflES.b. - --- -__ ti- - SUMTER SHOWS UP. ' din Array of lteliable Business Houses ai Sumter That Ask for the Claren a don Trade. XBusiness men make it a matter of busi gness to communicate with the people when their stores are full of goods, and the great -_er the conipetition the greater is the desire r to inform the purchasing public of thei wares and the inducements they may have I to offer. Therefore the merchants and t -other business men of the city of Sumter lave selected the MAiNrNo TLmEs as a me dium of communicating with our people, and each merchant, knowing that a large I patronage from this county reaches their I city, is ccmpeting for the lion's share. LEVI BROTEERS. The Levi Brothers are pressing forward with all their might, and they feel that they are entitled to consideration from the peo PiOfthis section. They enjoy a large and ,=r~ve patronage from the people of this county, and in order to retain that much g ppreciated patronage, they advertise their ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 11 November 1891

THE MANING TIMES. Published Every Wednesday. S, A. NETTLES, EDIToR AND PROPRIETOR. Terms: SunscRIPToN' RtrEs.-One copy, one year $1.50; one copy, six months, 75 cents one copy, three months, 50 cents. All subscriptions payable in advance. ADVERTISING R.&Es.-One square,. first in ertion. $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. ComxusIcArIoss 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. WORSDAYI 10VZK3I III 1891. Publishes all County and Town Official Advertisements. Your Name in Print. -Mrs. M. Kalisky left last Sunday for Augusta -u a visit. -Mr. Joe Kalisky left last Sunday fqr Sharon, Ga., to attend a school in that place. -Mr. W. E. Dinkins, of t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 11 November 1891

THE OLD LOVE. Oh, let thp old love wake again, It only sleeping lies Oh. let the old light break again From out your dusky eyes. Dear Heart, I've wandered lonely To many a haven fair, And found them sunless only Because yon were not there! Oh, let us haste to say again Our pledges fond and low, And let us reel love's day again Within our bosoms glow. Sweetheart. do you not feel it, The tenderness of youth? Your eyes, your eyes reveal it, And they are God's own truth! Oh. let your dear head rest again Upoh my heait at last, And when those lips I've pressed agaiu One kiss will mock the past. True Heart, your graceful lashes Are wet, but not with pain, For from your eyes there flashes Love's sunlight through its rain! Oh, let the old love wake again, It never should have slept; Come, let my glad arms take again The joy they should have kept. Fond Heart, no more of weeping, No more the past recall, For we are in Love's keeping, And loAe is all in all! A STORY OF WESTERN LIFE -BY THOMAS ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 18 November 1891

.INii VOL. VII. ~MAINNING, S. C., W EDNESIDAY, NOVEMBEI S Si fIlE KA LAS FLCTIUN. E THIRD PARTY .EETS A WATER LOO ON CHOSE NGROUND. Od Partica ComZatm4e and Clean it o Kanma-.et the Arrogance of the New Party Lead .-- President Folh SAve it Is all Itiaht LEAVENWORTH, "-AN., NOV. 5. he combining of th: republicans with the democrats again-1 the people's parts in many parts or Kansais Tuesday reall began in the Is.st legislature, where the two older par tias, in order to accompls any thing, were forcerd to combine. Be fore the election last fall it was taciti3 agreed between the le-.ders of the demo cratic party and the alliance leaders thal if the democrats should nominate the old war goverur, Charles Robinson, oj Lawrence, for governor, the alliance convention would indorse the nomma tion and in retura the democrats were tc accept the man the alliance selected fo; lieutenant governor on the democratic ticket. The alliance convention and thc demccratic convention were held thf same d...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 18 November 1891

TE MANNG TIMES Ma" i g I St t9. C% S. A. NETTLES. Editor. Time Out -This Week. Some of our subscribers will find a littl slip in their paper this week. It is worde< as carefully, and as politely as we knoN how, in order not to offend. It means tha the time paid for has expired. and that w want each subscriber to renew, but if h does not renew we shall stop the paper. I our subscribers will watch their dates, an< send us their rene .vals three or four week before the time runs out, it would save u trouble and be greatly appreciated. 0-4 Sunday Selling in Manning. Where do people get liquor in thi town on Sundays? It it certainl: against the law for liquor or anythinm else except medicines to be sold ox Sundays, yet the fact is that on an, Sunday one may go out on the streeti and see white men and negroes unde: the influence of liquor, and in passini certain general merchandise store. the proprietors may be seen behinc their counters selling goods just at they do on other days. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 18 November 1891

THE MANNING TIMES. Sayings and lDuings.,of the Colored Pee pie Throughout Clarendon and Else where. nY D. A. sTEwAET. Every man thinks himself the embodi ment of the elements of leadership. A man thinks more of himself than anybody else thinks of him. A bad disease is now going around -a desire to either rule or ruin. A very true couplet, very applicable in these times is: -"Fools rush in Where angels dare not tread." As it stands now. the white brother runs rs the business in this State. He makes the laws, interprets them, executes them, and since this is so, he should deal with us as he deals with himself-what he would not do for himself, he shonhd refrain from T doing towards others, in other words should do up the golden rule, as he has a fine chance to work it. Mr. W. W. Fisher, of Abbeville, S. C., lectured here last week on "Importance of forming early habits." No doubt of it, this is a very fruitful subject. I know of some habits-very bad ones that ought not to be formed. So...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 18 November 1891

L1 ANN TMas.~ - tLeks Like Cleveland. Our Republican contemporaries are hard to please. Whben Mr. Cleveland ee-liued, for obvious reasons, to take part in the campaign they denounced Whim for his cowardice. When he was t4enderd a reception by his neighbors Sanawich, Massachusetts, they de tIared that he was trying to make lz pohtical capital for himself. When She staid at home, wrote no letters, and made no speeches in the Congessional Ke~ampaign last year, they said that he was a mean, contemptible political in grate and self-seeker. And now they arehoviing at him because he took part in th~e recent contest in New .--York and saved that State, by his .high example and earnest counsel, to ihe Democratic party. The Boston J[ral is particularly stupid in its criticism of Mr.Cleveland and the part i played in the New York campaign ad eclares that "he is only a piece $:o 1ery ordinary humanity" and that be was willing, even eager, to dis - the great office which he had ain oderto purcha...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 18 November 1891

THE MANNING TIMES. Published Eery Wednesday. S, A. NETTLES. EDrron A PROPnTTOR. Terms: SUBscP'rr-To RATEs.- - One copy, one year $1.50; one copy, six months, 75 Cents one copy, three months, 50 cents. All subscriptions pavable in advance. ADTERTISniG RTms.-One square, first in sertion, $100; each subs-quentinsertion, 50 cents. Obituaries and Tributes of Respect charged for as regular advertise ments. Liberal contracts made for three, six, and twelve months. Comu.icmrioss 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 Nirther information address S. A. NETTLES Manning, S. C. Publishes all County and Town OfficiaLlAdvertisements. Your Name in Prinl. -Mr. T. Jeff Cole is quite unwell, suffer ing from a rising in his hand. -Mrs. F. E. Brockinton is visiting her sister, Mrs. Oliver, near Foreston. -Mrs. D'Ancona, of Chicago, spent last! Friday with the...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 18 November 1891

HEREAFTER. When we are dead, when you and 1 are dead Have rent and tossed aside each earthly fetter And wiped the grave-dust from our won dering eyes, And stand together, fronting the sunrise. I think that we sha:l know each other better. Puzzle and pain will lie behind us then; All will be known and all will be for gien; We shall be glad of every hardness past; Ard not one earthly shadow shall be cast To dim the brightness of the bright new .Heaven. And I shall know, and you as well as I, What was the nindering th ng our whole lives through, Which kept me always shy, constrained, distressed; Why 1, to whom you were the first and best, Could never, never be my best with you. Why, loving you as dearl3 as I did, And prizing you above all earthly good. I yet was cold and dull when you were by, .And faltered in my speech, or shunned your eye, Unable quite to say the thing I would; .1y dear Love, when I forward look and think Of all these baffling barriers swept away, Against which 1 hav...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 25 November 1891

'S lrr p VOL. VII. _MANNING, S. . WEDNESDAY, NOV BR 23, 1891. NO. 49. VOL.VII __ ___ __ ___ ____ ___ ___ ___ THE TABERNACLE PULPIT DR. TALMAGE PREACHES ABOUT THE TEMPLE OF DIANA. Continuation of the Brooklyn Divine's Series ofiDiscouraes on His Travels in the East.-Bis Visit to the City of Ephe sus Described in Detail. BnooKLYN, Nov. 15.-Dr. Talmage continued this morning his series of ser mons entitled, "From the Pyramids to the Acropolis." His text was Acts x1x, 34, "Great is Diana of the Ephe sians." We have landed this morning at Smyrna, a city of Asiatic Turkey. One of the seven churches of Asia once stood here. You read in Revelation. -To the church in Smyrna write." It is a city that has often been shaken by earth quag~e, svrp-armtfsbo;4W-v-1 by plagues and butchered by war, and here Bishop Polycarp'stood in a crowded amphitheater and when he was asked to give up the advocacy of the Christian re ligion and save himself from martyrdom, the proconsul saying, "Swear and I re lea...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 25 November 1891

THE MANNING TIMES> Mamm3Iig, 0. C% C S. A. NETTLES, Editor. t The Senate has confirmed the Governor's t removal of Supervisor Cantwell, and now t that gentleman will have to vacate. What about the railroad to the C. S. & N. railroad? Everybody says we must have it but nobody is moving in the matter. There was a big storm in Washington, Staunton, and some other cities in that vi cinity last Monday. The damage done in Washington alone is estimated at $250,000. A part of the White House was blown down, and the President's family greatly fright ened. Everyone has much to be thankful for, I and to-morrow, with heartfelt devotion, I every person should offer thanks to Al- i mighty God for his kind and loving father- s ly watchfulness the past year. As a people we have had a prosperous year, and have a been free from famine, distress, and epi- I demics. Let us all be truly thankful. 1 Columbia has at last got her canal, arid r last Saturday with great pomp and ceremo ny the waters o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 25 November 1891

THE MANNING TIMES. WSEUM611D NOIN 11a 25 1091, LatYear's Uzeform Be-ats Good Fruit. Prior to the eletion of the present ad ministration it was claimel that the affairs of State were bting mainaged as economi cally as possible; that there was no room for improvement; that Tillman was delud ing the farmers. but they would find out after his election that no improvement could be made; that Tillman was too rash for such a responsible office and would doubtless ruin the State if made is gover nor, etc., etc. Under such circumstalces, the reports of the State officers were quite naturally anxiously looked for. Those journals that aided so materially in placing i them in power confidently predicted that 1 when the reports were published, it would be found that a great deal for the benetit of the State had been accomplished. The reports have not, as yet, been given to the public in their entirety, but enough data has been furnished to show that the predic tions of the friends of the adminis...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 25 November 1891

table sliced and sugared ever so niee, but they had never seen any before and declined to try them. They discussed the potato, hiowver, and Sai they w ul like to see one. A oo, la-ge vain was brougIht in, and one Of the gentlee cautiously ox amtined it and said: "\Vell, I sup pose that the potato is iuside of this, 1 and you have to break it open, do you not ?" A diune was given one of the 1adies in ciange, and as she inspected it she said: "You call this 'one dim my,' do you? How many pennies is it worth ?" She spelled the word dime with two syllables and a French accent ou the last. They were nice ladies-smart la dies-and discoursed beautifully on England, and government, and poli ties, and religion, but they found many things and many customs over here that they had not read about in books. Tihe gentleman cut enough walking sticks in their travels to fill a buggy. One of them had himself measured for a saddle in England, and had it made to fit, dud brought it across the water in ...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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