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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 25 November 1891

THE MANNIG TOME W DATI NOT ER 25, 91 Yonr Name in Print. -Mr. A. C. Phelps, of Sumter, the heai salesman of the establishment of J. Rytten burg & Son, was in Manning on business to-day. -Mrs. J. R. McLean has returned to hei home in Red Springs, N. C., after an ex tended visit to her daughter, Mrs. Jos. Sprott, Jr. Go to Brockinton's drug store for pur drugs and medicines. Call at W. H. Young's for the best sewing machine in the market. Seventeen pounds of granulated sugal for $1, at Jacob Prodovsky's. Have you paid your taxes yet? Christmas is just one month off. To-morrow is Thanksgiving Day. Can't we get some one in every neighbor hood to send us the news? Try Johnson's five-pound bucket jellies, apple butter, peach butter. In another column will be found adver tisements of three farms for sale. Youth's suits at $3.25. at Jacob Prodov sky's. The students of the Manning Academy will have a reception in the Academy build ing to-morrow (Thursday) evening. M. Levi has in stock th...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 25 November 1891

MY BABY BOY. It may be that fortune leaves me, It May be that fame deceives me, And that pleasure's e-arly vintage has leaked from my cup of joy; .But my losses and my crosses Aro to me no more than dross is When I rolic, when I frolic with my little baby boy. It may be that I'm a 2inner With my chances growing thinner, That the gold within my nature suffers much from base alloy; But 1 know that I m a mellow; dImple-hearted. tender fellow When I romp and play and frolic with my blue-eyed baby boy. It may be that I grow weary Sometimes of the world so dreary, And that moody meditation may too oft my mind employ; But his merrv eyes beguiling Change my humor into smiling. As I practice many an antic with my laugh ing baby boy. When the little follow's dreaming, And the golden cascade's streaming From his head upon my bosom, and he sleeps without annoy, Then I kiss the lips of laughter, Thinking that the great hereafter Will be cheerless if I cannot frolic with my baby boy. 11I PAThE'S ...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 2 December 1891

- 1~ P -. VOL.~~~~#2 A NIN--I T. ;Y that prov:s'n b made o vr a re-asses meat o: la!nd next year. In t his counec tion I wold urg thc nece'ssty of change in -he county governrnuiits anu the; mode o: assessing r roperty. COUNTY GOVERNMENTS. The oftice of county commilssione should be abo'ished, and in place of it: aovernruent by townships substituted Three inteIzigent men iu each township elected by the voters thereof. should b entrus ted w:th the management ot th roads and bridges, schools, and assess ment of nronerty in the same. Th chairmen ot these locat boards shoul, eoietituic a county board to manage th count, finances, atrdit accounts and or der exvenditures. The salaies. if any paid these town'hlp commissioners, o s.4ectmen, can be determined by th voters or fixed by law. The Constitu tion can be changed to abolish the offic of county schbool commissioner, and thes changes will 3nevitably resuls in a grea saving to each county, while there wil he a corresponding increase in ...

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

THE MANIUNG TIMES. Mdaim32Ixig,9 S. CIA S. A. NETTLES. Editor. Time Out-Next Week. . w Some of our subscribers will find a little slip in their paper this week. It is worded as carefully, and as politely as we know how, in order not to offend. It means that the time paid for has expired, and that we want each subscriber to renew, but if he does not renew we shall stop the paper. If our subscribers will watch their dates, and send us their renexals three or four weeks before the time runs out, it would save us trouble and be greatly appreciated. The Senate yesterday passed a resolution to call a Constitutional Convention. Clar endon's senator voted for the convention. Prohibition or whiskey? That is the ab sorbmg subject just now. Let us hope and pray that the demon liquor will this time go to the bottom. We publish the Governor's message in fall, so that our readers may judge for them selves exactly as to its merits. It contains many valuable suggestions. The House passed a resoluti...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 2 December 1891

THE XMANN TIES Henry 4-.v!y ."blyst to "ung- Men. My son wi:l be j :,thu.,t your :ge w!: you are jnst al)ut mine, and I bare ,t to looking at you as a sort of preiigauring what My son may be, and of looking over you and rejoicirg in your success. Let me write to vou vhat I would be willing for you to write to him. Never gamble. Of all the vices that en thrall men thisjis the worst, the strongest, and the most insidious. Outside of the morality of it, it is the poorest business and the poorest fun. No man is safe who plays at all. It is easier never to play. I never knew a man, a gentleman and man of busi ness, who did not regret the time and money he had wasted in it. A man who plays po ker is unfit for every other business on earth. Never drink. I love liquor and I love the fellowship involved in drin king. My safety has been that I never drink at all. It is much easier not to drink at all than to drink a little. If I had to attribute what I have done in life to any one thing 1 sho...

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

TE XAN.LNfG TIMES. The Parret Pressed the Balton. A gentleman who has recently re turned from Mexico, and who brought with him a parrot which he purchased in Veras Cruz, has been very much astonished at some tricks which that bird has learned during the few days be has been in the house. The bird's owner, Col. Howard Johnson, occu pies a beautiful residence, in the su burbs, and Jacko has from the first shown the liveliest interest in all his - surroundings. It was very soon found that he could not be allowed his lib eriy in Xrs. Johnson's room, as he at once formed a terrible antipathy to a beautiful 1panther-skin rug, in which the head is remarkably life-like, and the moment he was released he would make for the rug and begin biting savagely at its eyes and nose. He escaped from his cage one (-- a demolished the nose of the rug, and after that he was chained t. his perch. It happened that for several days in succession the perch stoxd by the wa, close beside the electric bell. --W...

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

THE MNNG TIMES. Published Every Wednesday. . S, A. NETTLES, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. Terms: SunscnImo RTzs.-One copy, one year $1.50; one copy, six months, 75 cents. one copy, three months, 50 cents. All subscriptions payable in advance. ADvzmano RTES.-One square, first in sertion. $100; 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. CoxxUNscaTzos-s 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~friber information address S. A. NETTLES, Manning, S. C. WZDIDATI D!CRN1l1 2, 1601. Publishes all County and Town Official Advertisements. Your Name in Print. --Mr. T. Adams Way has been suffering considerably with a kind of erysipelas in his hands. -Miss Floience Michelson, of Barnwell, spent several days of last week with the fa...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 2 December 1891

WHERE WE PLAYED. Of all the worl, the dearest spot, That memory fond Jrve; thought to-dac, Is one which ne'r can be forgot, Where I with others used to play. My mind oft wanders to it yet; And then, as in the days of yore, I meet with those I there have met, And play before the cottage door. There often, when the sun was low, And evening shadows ran out long, As westward fast the light woild go, And night-birds sang their mellow soi'g. We'd meet in childish glee to play The games so oft played o'er and o'er, And pass the evening hours away With joy before the cottage door. With marbles, tops. and other to, s. That children always love so well, Which add far more to youth's bright joys Than either tongue or pen can tell, We played; glad songs in glee were sung Sweet joys, we never more can see; Such pleasures are but for the 3 oung, And only once we young can be. Long years since then have passed away, And some of those whom there I met, Beneath the sod in silence lay, While others l...

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

THE MANiNIMG TlIMES. Manning, S. C. SUPPLEMENT. GOVERNO' T ESAGE$ COMMUNEIYE REVIEW. RECOMMENDATIONS FOR THE CONSIDER ATION OF THE LEGISLATURE. Message of Governor B. R. Tillman. as Presented to the General As sembly. November 24. IS91. GenZemen of the General AssembWi: Another year has come and gone. bringing the period for the representatives of the peo ple to meet and perform their functions as a part of the government; and, as required by the Constitution, it is a duty imposed upon the Executive to "give to the General Assem bly Information of the condition of the State, and recommend for their consideration such measures as he shall judge necessary or expedient." The reports of the several heads of depart ments and Executive Boards will furn isn fall information and details concerning all State institutions and the several departmients of the State goverunent. But I will briefly condense such informution as I dee mnost important, and which will aid your honor ablebodyto grasp t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 2 December 1891

mi-fortune. It woud be worse than a bh de - which cou;d not be retrieved : it would I ae rimeagtainst our-:lves. With the min rials already on hard under the control of t Clemson Trustees. with an spnropriation $1a.000. supplemented by voluntar:: contril) Tions and the aid (Pt puiie-spirited c:;ij1 the State conid mako at least a respeeta exhibit: and whatever other ecotnomt'i public expenditures the Genera Asem may determtine upon, (in all of whie:i I sh her~tiy join.) I desire to soy in all earm neas that ai failure t have the State !sroper renresented at Chie:zo would be an :wt parsinony that would eause, us to blush. would, therefore. urge the etectlon or a pointtment of a proper Co:nminiloi to tal cha:rge of the matter and see tha. South C: o!ina shall occupy li.r proper p:ace amwO: her sisters. MisNellaIneous. I now beg to call your attention to son matters of im inor im portance: as brie:ly as can to give you clear information. TIE )I1nECT TAX. The United States Congress, by ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 9 December 1891

NYAY ALERCIES OF TIlE LORD. 'E..tON BY THE .!EV. T. CE WITT TA-M ASE, SU' tDAY, N CV. 29. U-4tidet Been Good to the Petpie Dar ing the Year Closed by Thanujgiving IDay-Let All the Creatures of the Barth fPralse the Lo;rd. BROOKLYN, Nov. 29.-Dr. Talmage's sermon this morning had a distiactly Thanksgiving character. The appear ance of the Tabernacle was in keeping with it. The doztor's text was taken from Psalm cxlviii, 10, 12 and 13, 'Beasts, and all cattle; creeping things and flying towl; both young men, and maidens; old men, and children; let them praise the name ef the Lord." What a scene it was when last Thurs day, at the call of the president and governors, this antion assembled to chant the praises e: God. But the day was too short to celebrate the divine goodness of such a year. The sun did not rise over Brooklya antil one minute before seven o'clock that morniag, and it set four o'clock and thirty-five mimu tes that evening. What a small space of time in which to meditate up...

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

THE MANNING TIMES. s< -- I S. A. NETTLES, Editor. is _b Time Out-This Week. Some of our subscribers will find a little v slip in their paper this week. It is wordd as carefully, and as politely as we know I how, in order not to offend. It means that c the time paid for has expired, and. that we t< want each subscriber to renew, but if he d does not renew we shall stop the paper. If v, our subscribers will watch their dates, and si send us their rene.vals thre or four weeks s before the time runs out, it would save us trouble and be greatly appreciated. t) b The Baptist State Convention met in u Spartanburg last week. The prohibition bill has passed the house by a majoritv of 16. It will probably be- 1 come a law. The bill to form a new county out of parts of Oraugeburg and Lexington coun- b ties, to be known as Calhoun county, was killed in the Senate last Friday. Rev. John W. Murray, of the S. C. Con- I farence, died very suddenly of apoplexy in v Darlington, last Thursday ni...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 9 December 1891

THE MANNING TUES BILL ARP Disensses the Sanctity of Marriage and o: the Sabbath. Is marriage a failure?" We set that question going around and being discussed. If I knew what particulai marriage they -re talking about maybe I could answer. I know several thai are failures. But as a general propo sition they might'as well ask, -"Is mar a failure, is woman a failure, is crea tion a failure?" But suppose marriage is a failure, what are you going to do about it? Mr. Ingersoll says untie the knot. Let sn-man untie it for cause and a woman without cause. His precise language is, "I would give divorce to every woman who wanted it whether the man had violated the contract or not.' Surely he dident mean that. He dident reflect on the consequences. It is a kind of "free love" that we thought was abandoned even in New England. It shocks the judgement of all mankind. What would become of the children if the mother was permitted to change husbands at her pleasure? Maybe in her caprice she would ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 9 December 1891

THE MANNING ThES, BILL ARP Discusses the Sanctity of Marriage and of the Sabbath. Is marriage a failure?" We see that question going around and being discussed. If I knew what particular marriage they are talking about maybe I could answer. I know several that are failures. But as a general propo sition they might- as well ask, "Is man a failure, is woman a failure, is crea tion a failure?" But suppose marriage is a Failure, what are you going to do about it? Mr. Ingersoll says untie the knot. Let w.-..man untie it for cause and a woman without cause. His precise language is, "I would give divorce to every woman who wanted it whether the man had violated the contract or not." Surely he dident mean that. He dident reflect on the consequences. It is a kind of "free love" that we thought was abandoned even in New England. It shocks the judgement of all mankind. What would become of the children if the mother was permitted to change husbands at her pleasure? Maybe in her caprice she wou...

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 December 1891

THEMIG TIMS " DAY, E 9, 1691, The Progress of Plutocracy. Our Financial System Controlled b; Gamblers and Robbers-The Struggi of the People Against 'Their Oppress ers, Mrro MAwmeo Tnma-You will oblig me by publishing the enclosed article, "Th Progress of Plutocracy." I have read i with interest, and I hope your subscriber will all read it carefully, as I think there i much food for thought in what it teaches. Very truly, J. II. KErExs St. Paul, December 1st, 1891. It is all very well to look on the brigh side, and take an optomistic view of the fu ture, but the situation promises no chang for the better, As The New York World puts it, the mid dIe clas is struggling vainly against its fate Under the piesent system it is doomed t death. The pathetic appeals of the farmer for justice and equity, the protest of th laboring classes against the tyranny of capi tal, and the revolt of every section of the re publicagainst the domination of Wall street show the threatening nature of the oppr...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 9 December 1891

THE MANNING TIES. WRDnnDT, DICKU Q,1891. Publishes all County and Town Official Advertisements. Your Name in Print. -Dr. G. Allen Huggins is in town. -Mrs. P. G. Benbow, of Sumter, spent last Monday in town. -Mr. Willie Dickson is assisting Mr. James E. Davis in the office of the clerk of court. -J. A. Kelley jEsq,,of the Kingstree bar, was in town last Monday on professional butiness. -Miss Minnie Moore and her two brothers, Ashby and Moses, were in town last Monday. --Mr. Charles F. Leonard, of New York, is in Manning representing Northern capi talists, for the purpose of buying swamp lands. e intends leaving for his home 'olff~rliday next. Time for paying taxes has been ex tended to Feb. 20th. The Good Templars had an oyster supper last Friday night, one of the most enjoyable occasions we ever at tended. The photographer in town is hav ing a big run of patronage, and from this we judge he is giving satisfac tion. His samples are excellent. Little Eddie Wolkoviskie, son of Mr. S. ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 9 December 1891

THE QUAKER'S WOCING. Once a Quaker went a-wooing, (Who should say him "nay")? Such a charming Quaker maiden, In-her gown of gray. But whene'er be asked the question (Lack a day, a day!) 9- Wth his hand his throbbing vest on, "Nay," she answered, "nay!" Bat the persevering Quaker To himself did say, Woo I will until I make ner, Make her answer "yea." in vain, his suit a-Dressing 6 ("Listen, Ruthie, pray," 4 Urged he), while his love confessing. 6till she answered "nay!" .TiU at last, the wily Quaker, (Lack a day, a day!) Longing ardently to shake her, Stole across the way, And unoted stood beside her, Not a word did say, Though his twinkling eyes deride her, In her gown of gray, Suddenlybe cried and clearly (Much to her dismay), "I have loved thee long and dearly, Little Ruthie Grey; Darest say thou dost not love me? Answer quick, I pray." HalTconfused and all unheeding, $#Nay," she answered, "nay." -:0: A STORY OF WESTERN LIFE -BT TEOMAS P. MONFORT. CHAPTER XXII. .. TE SNErpr SHOWS ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 16 December 1891

NMI I- 5 -\9; a; t.N V 4 AT* co vol-o -1Le G TIE LEGISLAT'RE. THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY GOES TO WORK WITH A WILL. V What Had Bee's Dose u Botb Ho;Aes - severalImp'ol ntxt n ;I?sVt' a4 Upoa aad t Passed ad 0:A4re Yoted Upon and Knied. CoLUxML, 5. C., Dec. S.-Tuesday was a field day in the House for tae lawyers. They Lhad all the discussion to them-elves. Mr. Was's bill to amend the law . rela-Aon to attorueys' fees in equity cases was the subject of a hot discussior. into .vbich Mr. Har rison was the t -'y raeaber. tsie of the legal profer! )n, w ho had couraige to enter. Mr. E. Gary. in bet alf of the Judiciary Con::m'i ttee, itch reported unfavorably upc:, the measure. stated that that comm -.,-e was iot backward in matters of Mi-Ntimate reform, tut already four me.sures with reference to lawyes' wcs: .cre tefore the House and there was no Leed of this bill. The oommittee had reported favorably last winter cu a biU to abolish Qil costs in equity cases at: ~. he was stiP " favor of such ...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 16 December 1891

THMANiNG Trl S. A. NETTLES. Editor. WID~IZDAT, DC!~3fl 16, 1891, How about that railroad to connect Mi ning with the C. S. and N. ? A legislative committee is investig ing the phosphate commission. The new administration for the city Charleston took charge of the city govei ment last Monday. Senator DesChamps is on record as h ing voted against free passes for public ficials. If the Governor signs the bill, will be a punishable offense for a public ficial to accept free passes in the future. Governor Tillman has had an investil tion of the Edgefield lynching. and I made a report of the same to the legislati in a special message. He is doing all in: power to put down lynch law in South C Mr. Godfrey Leaphart, a member of I present Legislature, died at his home Lexngton, of heart trouble, after a sh illness. This is the second member of I Legislature, that has died during the pr eat session. Mr. J. L. McLaurin, a member of the ] islature from Marlboro county, was I Wednesday elected A...

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

THE MANNING TIMES. | 7.| | , |-' ,- i ,: , -7r it S .\. Nj i'TTLES, l'.re u: in : .:::Ton 7rn an 0os. i'lr n 1, n. year . : - -is i Officni Ad:etisements Ow n . bt re i Viehav lttl s 10'th oivith hos w t.l- ft a ato r a r l a ld to tie whnever. Lila r:t the r iets utaie fo th.re, Fin andt orlv pmon.hi wh retvd nheirnerv:i:.c e o f the wruer7 in S tude n o th ,p-rp--nit musratberewilbe ieub th .thept ahs ane ienthendc. . c-i aon ser-ies to the State , and t theit o he orly srvti se oa'tiion - e'o n tion -wlill' a lw a deserv . an.d Ne t'. T Li It in the are not int onlwes t hee - t the lav serlites s arh the toe -io lature hatcwa lepoe In tth haipono talk thte son t urastii n to en whin ev on- of thei fak ehr iend fai uo e t an lceen orn y vp ote uhie t min in tha g-eitheire serv illt thae stte rin 7 tll(t al all de s, af. the gr-ittsi-e tueiof the capefeait mustbe fremembered tate thie and n t e onm en tihatsron, t at rvices hi te satre and hattewirs ist- I the on uri thes wulsering...

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