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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 16 December 1891

STUMANINGTIMESS WDIEDAY, DZCZXR!E 16, IB9L For Every Man to Read. Some Modest Hints as to What Many Women Want for Christmas. As Christmas comes on the faces of the masculine half of the human race are shadowed with perplexity. They don't know the shops, and the clerks in the-shops pity their ignorance be cause they do not know what a wo man wants. Of some things a wo man never has enough-fine hand kerchiefs, curious bits of jewelry, silk stockings, and kid gloves. Neither does her soul grow weary of dainty bits of bric-a-brac, of quaint silver teaspoons, nor of curious brass can dlesticks and lamps. no matter how thick they may stand about. Women always like etchings, too, or a good print, no matter how small they may be. So, also, with a bit of statuette in bronze or marble, or in plaster. Even if a woman doesn't know about these things she is flattered that you think she does. Ii she be your mother, or sister, or your wife, you will not have to keep tv any of these flattering lit...

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. — 16 December 1891

THE MANNING TIMES. WEDNEDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1001, Your Name in Prinl. -Maj. A. Levi left last Saturday night for Philadelphia. -Mrs. Sarah Hudnal and Miss Gertrude Nicholson, of Florila, are in Manning, vis iting the family of Mr. J. T. Stukes. -Rev.W.S. Stokes, pastor of the Manning Methodist church last year, left last Monday for Fairfield circuit, his work for the next year. -Mr. Thos. W. Briggs, who has been in Columbia for the past eight years, is danger ously ill at his brother's, Dr. A. J. Briggs, in Summerton. -Mr. R. H. Davis. who is confined to his room from the effects of a pistol shot wound, as reported in last week's Tinms, is getting on so well that he is expected to be out in a few days. -Mr. B. S. Dinkins, accompanied by his wife, arrived in Manning this afternoon, where they expect to spend the holidays, after which they will go to Ardmore, I. T., Mr. Dinkins's adopted home. -We regret exceedingly to learn of the extreme illness of Mrs. Henry M. Mood at her home in Su...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 16 December 1891

"NOW I LAY ME DOWN TO SLEEP. jThis poem, written by a tramp, and left by him at the office of the Wichita (Kansas) Eagle, for publication, has met with - hearty approval at the bands of the critics.] Near the camp-fire's flickering light, In m-. blanket bed I lie, Gazing through the shades of night At the twinkling stars on high; O'er me spirits in the air Silent vigils seems to keep, As I breathe my childhood's praver, "Now I lay me down ;o sleep." Sadly cries the 'ahip-poor-will In the boughs of yonder tree; Laughingly the dancing rill Swells the mid-night melody: Foemen may be lurking near, In the canon dark and deep, Low I breathe in Jesus' ear, "I pray thee, Lord, my soul to keep." 'Mid those itars a face I see, One the Saviour called away, Mother who in infancy Taught my baby lips to pray; Her sweet spirit hovers near, In this lonely mountain brake. Take me to her, Saviour dear, "If I should die before I wake." Fainter glows the flickering light, As each ember slowly dies; Pla...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 23 December 1891

A/4 I I7 03 - Nz- p -7-Z ~ "hI.~~' NA N E~ d~ I*''9 DECE- f-- -- - AN ELOQ. :.NT H T b BY T o . A MagnIfie. -t D. i. JL L tions to hic' re j..cted---+- Ex - ia to ..c.1iftS - the Bible Tru An Ajmore. i., la. - ~. citizens in es oe hoerr 'araiil mng Dr. Taa.ceoIs u e City by inaktin zhJ : of 0. S" university. His ' was i'overbs 17, "Surely, in -v .th in the s ight i! an:i .". ~Early inm nng i w,,:: utW*m,' a towler 0? ': ' . W" I hastened -ro7 ..I'e mou:n eorIeh and into ths f We p out h - ue;, aucd coverd V th e oI as weil as we couli. WVe arru;ed the call bird, its fee:. ta .::d 1; wins RappIne in inY!tatia to fow~ s heaven to sett!e down there. We redred into a booth of branches a-;i Vn waie,.d . .ter a Lil. 190.2n ou. of tC door of the booth. we saw - fe of brdf in te sk". Thev came : 7. 1 nearer, m-! en Ue J Ld di V t: d16arte dL away. Altnia .%e waite~d .-,!I!er a whide , w. sa- a .mbcx tock i Mrd They cane _,'acrr and l rer uri i at the mUmCr whe iel were O o "oop B the.y dart...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 23 December 1891

THE MANNING TIMES. MraiM n ing., S. C% S. A. NETTLES. Editor. WIDAT, DZCIK11fl 2, 189L The Legislature will adjourn to morrow. The bill to establish a soldier's home in this State was killed. We see no chance for the prohibi tion bill to become a law. The Sen ate is opposed to it. Hon. Preston B. Plumb, senator from Kansas, died suddenly in Wash ington last Sunday about noon. A bill has passed both houses of the legislature, prohibiting the sale of liquors in Williamsburg county. The total tax levy for this county next year will probably be less than ten mill. That is reform that is re form. Mr. OKeefe, who since 1853 has been day door-keeper of the State House in Columbia, died last Mon day night. ' The bill to provide for a constitu tional convention, which passed the senate, was killed in the house yester day by a vote of 51 to 35. We wish each of our readers a merry Christmas, the gayest, hap pnea of all their lives, with not a shadow of sorrow to mar the joyous onnamon. South C...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 23 December 1891

TE MANNING TIMES. Published Fvery Wednesday. S, A. NETTLES, EDITOR AND PaorMETOR. Terns: SrBscpmroN RATFs.- -One copy, one year $1. 0; one copy, six months, 75 cents. one copy, three months, 50 cents. All subscriptions payable in advance. ADVEE'TIS5G RIrT.-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. CnoxrUIc&Tros 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 firther information address S. A. NETTLES, Manning, S. C. WIDISDAY, DCER * 23, 18L Publishes all County and Town Official Advertisements. Prayed for Death. AU7GUsTA, Me., Dee 19.-Mrs. Nancy Britt Kenedy, the oldest-woman in this city, died. this morning. At an early hour she got up and commenced praying that she might . die, an...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 23 December 1891

Ingratitude to Parents. There is a proverb that "a father can more easily maintain six children, than six children one father." Lu ther relates this story: There was once a father who gave up 'aveiything to his children-his house, his fields, and his goods, and ex pected that for this his children would support him. But after he had been some time with his son, the latter grew tired of him, and said to him, "Father, I have had a son born to me this night, and here, where your arm chair stands, the cradle must come; wilt you not, perhaps, go to my brother, who has a larger room?" After he had been some time with the second son, he also grew tired of him, and said, "Father, you like a warm room, and that hurts my head. Won't you go to my brother, the baker?" The father went, and after he had been some time with the third son, he also found him troublesome, and said to him, "Father, the people run in and out here all day, as if it were a pigeon house, and you cannot aUi your noon-day s...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 23 December 1891

THE MANNIG TMES WIM BATi, DIM Rl 23, 191l Your Name in Print. -Misses Sallie Stukes and May Wilsoi arrived home from Converse College t spend the holidays. -Miss Frank Hodge and sister returnei home from the Columbia Female College t spend the holidays.. -Misses Nettie Weinberg and Tilli Wolkoviskie, from St. Josephs Academy are at home for the holidays. -Mr. and Mrs. L B. McLean, of Darling ton county, are spending the holidays wit] the family of Dr. J. G. Dinkins. -Mr. E. Iseman, traveling salesman fo Thurber, Weyland, & Co., of New York, i in Manning to spend the holidys with hi family. -Rev. J. C. Bi-sel, of ro eston, has abou fully recove 'd fro n M - ece.at illness, an< left this iorn'ug for Cnden, where h< will spend Christmas with his mother. -Mr. and Mrs. B. S. Dinkins left las Monday for their adopted home in Ard more, L T., where Mr. Dinkins has bail up a lucrative practice in his profession. -Mr. A. Colclough Davis returned homi yesterday from Baltimore, where ...

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

OF LIFE AND DEAT H. We'talked of life and death. She said: "Whichever of us two first dies, Shall come back from among the dead And teach his friends these mysteries." She died last night, and all this day I swear that things of every kind Are trying, tryinm to convev Some message to my troubled mind. I looked up from my tears erewhile; That white rose dying in the cup Wa gazing at me with her smile. It blushed her blush as I looked up. It paied then with an agony Of effort to tell me aught That would, I think, bring peace to me Could I but guess; aid I cannot. And when the wind rose at my door, It clamored with a plaintive din, Like some poor creature begging ore To be ler in: I let it in. It blew my light out: round my head It whirled, and swiftly in my ear Had whispered something ere it iled; It had her voice, so low, so dear. The lookirg-glass this live-long day Has worn that curious, meaning air. I feel it when I look away Reflecting things that are not there. For hours no brea...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 30 December 1891

If. S. Cl' 1-1~l MANNk ;.LEl .IG IN Bu1HNiSS. ;R TAL-MAGE SELIEVES IN TRADE1 ANDiN 2NESTTRACERS. St-e.eer,~ Mant;t rAa and Trader* MNtan.? ?a t.ut on Each other's iI~nonen --Ar.-etr4 Cs of the Fiech Pancve Isu; ri. lIiotoLLY, 1). 2,.-Any person tekdL tue: -ecrt of Dr. Talnage's mnarvelous ppAr.tv with the millicns of ermiou i .arr aud sermon readers mav find a ,dew to- it in the sermon he prvecd at the T.a-ernacle this morn m, It his nothmng to do with abstruse dtx trines. bunt givcs a clear view of what may be t e-acd .pphed Christianity. lliL text ua- Proverbs iii. 6. -In all thy cI ?s acki('tildy( Iim and he shall di rec thy paths." --A promise -o-,d onough fr many kmds of iife. ht.," not for any kiou' of lite sas some business maa; -the law ,f :,upply and demand coutrolls the :ushasss world." But I hay. reason -.o that it is a ;rorle to z !1 persorn in an - kind of honest busi 'nere is t o Q a &etweeu religion and ,inese, Ietween ledgers and Bibles, bi Lw e c-i:ches and coun...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 30 December 1891

THE MAZ=IG TflLES1 S. A. NETTLES, Editor. A fire in Chattanooga, Tenn., last -Saturday, destroyed $500,000 worth of property. The South Carolina and London Bank was chartertcdsby the last legis lature with a capital of five rnio dollars. It is thought the bank will go into business next year. If it floes locate in South Carolina, with such a capital, it will certainly be a great benefit to the State. A Jacob's Ladder at the Baptist Church. The Manning Baptist Snnday-school bad quite an enjoyable entertainment for their school on Christmas eve. Instead of the usuaL Christmas tree two ladders, reaching iearly to the ceiling, and representing that --beautiful picture seen by Jacob, of the an Igels ascending and deseending thereon, tt"- were utilized for holding the presents. They, together with the whole church, were beautifully decorated with festoons of ever greens, and brilliantly lighted with wax candles. Bending from the top of the lad ders, with outstretched arms and finger point...

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

TE MANNING TIMES A CHRISTMAS SERMON. Outline of a Sermon Preached in the Baptist Church Last Sunday Morning By Rev. T. E. Jasper. Matt, ii., 2.-"Where is he that is born King of the Jews?" The New Testament knows noth ing of our Christmas holiday. It was originated in traditional history some three or four hundred years after the New Testament was written. The New Testament recognizes only one day as sacred or holy; that day is the Sabbath day. All other days kept in memory of Christ are of human ori gin, and should not be noticed and observed by the followers of Christ. The first coming of Christ, like the second, cannot be definitely known as to the year, month, week, or day. As we can ascertain the period of Christ's tecond, not the year, month, week, day, so both sacred and profane history work out the period or the characteristics of 'the age in which Christ was born, and not the exact date of his birth. As the burial of Moses on Mt. Nebo by the Lord was wisely concealed from t...

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

HE MANNING TIMES. Published Every Wednesday. S, A. NETTLES, EDrroR &ND PROPRIETOR. Terms: SUBSCnIPToN RATE.s-One copy, one year $1.50; one copy, six months, 75 cents. one copy, three months, 50 cents. All . subscriptions payable in advance. ADvEETIsNG RATE.-One square, first in sertion. $100; each subsequentinsertion, 50 cents. Obituaries and Tributes of tespect charged for as regular advertise ments. Liberal contracts made for three, six, and twelve months. CoInmwIcaioNs mst be accompanied by the real nane 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. Publishes all County and Town Official Advertisements. Your Name in hrint. -Mr. R. H. Davis was able to take a bug gy ride this morning. -Mr. and Mrs. Lee Scarborough spent Christmas at Mr. B. A. Walker's. -Mrs. N. J. Robinion, of Edgmoor, is is Manning, visiting the famil...

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

REST. earied and my hands are tired. oppressed esire what I have long desired Rest-only rest. 'Tis hard to toil-when toil is almwost vain In barren ways; 'Tis hard to sow and never garner grain in harvest days. The burden of n days is bard to bear, But Godkrows best: And I have prayed-but vain has been my prayer For rest-sweet rest. 'Ti hard to plant In spring and never reap The autumn yield; 'Tis hard to till, and when tilled to weep O'er fruitless field. And so I cry, a weak and human cry, So heart oppressed; And I sigh a weak and human sigh For rest-for rest. My way has wound across the desert years And cares infest My path, and through the flowing of hot tears I pine-for rest, 'Twas always so; when but a child I laid . On mother's breast My weasied little head; e'en then I prayed As now-for rest. And I am restless still; 'twill soon be o'er; For down the west . Life's sun is setting, and I see the shore Where I shall rest. A ROMANCE OF TWO BROTHERS. BY EDGAR FAWCETT. Author of "...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 3 January 1894

( 1' IX ~MANNING~ S. C.~ -IYLAW. At -BEEN MADE IN T #,any Polkts The Law 8trtiU'~___ 7.jnvFha Its MXhs Will U Get Through Provisn for E -e Dispen n Act to e Law in Refer ence to and . ulate the Use, Sale, Consu- , Transportation and Disposi - Alcoholic Liquids or Liquors Wi the State of South Carolina, and lice the Same. Section 1. Be - acted by the Senate and House of entatives of the State of Sboutu ina, now met and sitting in ben ssembly, and by the authority of the e: That the manu acture, sale, r or exchange, re-. - ipt, acceptan delivery, stor& and eping in poa~sion, within thistate, any spirittous. malt, vinous, fer ied, brewg (whether lager or rice rs or any compound Smixtare. the. , - whatever name Slled or known, which contaius alchol :ipd is used as a beverage by any per Du, firm or corporation; the transpor removal, the taking from the depot or other place by congsignee or other person or the payment of freight -or express or other charges by any per -son, firm, asso...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 3 January 1894

.atmers. Be with debt balances .. from.the preceding bad jhev wind up with as large or ~hgrones to face in the next year. Farmers around here may be divided into three classes: Those who have been for many years clear of debt, those who manage to make enough each year to pay out, and those who never pay out. Each class has lost this year. Many who have never known what it was to want or stint their families have within the last three years been brought face to face with it. Many whose simple;* word has been heretofore sufficiept to se cure any supplies have been forced to give papers to secure the necessaries Sof .life. Aud why? Not because they have become so dishonest, but because Seach year Jeaves a balance against ,ahd their creditors have become The aatton crop here is at least 25. or 3Q per cent short, in some cases 50 per cent short. Now, the farmer as a Fclass never speculates or plants with theexpectation of laying up money. he whole expected proceeds of the farm are pledge...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 3 January 1894

THo KI62&MG TamEs. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 3, 1893. Your Name in Print. -Miss Carrie Legg, returned to Co lumbia this morning. -Mr. G. L. Dickson returned last night to the Charleston Medical Col lege. -Misses Sallie Stukes and May Wilson returned to Converse College yesterday. -Miss Carrie Lucas returned to Manning last Monday night from spending the holidays with relatives in Chester. -Mi- s Nettie Weinberg returned to St. Jozeph's Academy this morning. Her mother, Mrs. Rosa Weinberg, accompanied her to Sumter. -Mr. Joseph M. Bradham. the newly appointed post master at Packs ville. was in town yesterday, and fixed up the necessary documents to send to Washington. -Hon. E. A. Tindal Is extremely ill, and for the past two days his life was despaired of, but this morning the cheering news comes from Summer ton that he is a little better. Christmas is over. Correspondents send in your com munications. Died, last Wednesday, - an infant son of Mr. and Mrs. W. 0. McElveen. Died, last Sund...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 3 January 1894

A LFER 10 HAMPTUN. MESSERS. EVANS AND STOKES AN SWERS THE GENERAL'S LAST. They Claim that Mest cf the Alliance De mands are Endorsed by a Majoriy or the Demcirats in Congress and Asks Fuather QiestioDS. Hon. Wade Hampton, Washington, D. C. Dear Sir: Your letter addressed to - us and published in The State and Regis ter ot the .9th instant has had our care Jul attention, and candor compels us to say that as a reply to the questions we propounded it is a great disaprontment. It will -prove a disappointment to the great organizatlon of farmfers we repre sent, whom you attempted to read out of the Democratic party. It will prove a grievous disappointment to the great mass of our people who honestly believe that the principles underlying the Ocala platform are identical with the Democ racy of Jefterson and the party he .found ed; yet, moved by memories of past as sociation and confidence, were willn: even to hold conviction itself in abey ance until the man they had trusted in the past m...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 10 January 1894

I ( 05 vor 1x,--4 COUNTY GOVERNMENT. THE NEW BILL PASSED BY THE RE CENT LEGISLATURE The Offlce ct County Comm'ssioner Abol lah d and the Offloe of C unty bupOrvis or Subit-uted Tberefor-A Mevsure that ihould be Gi'ven a Fair Trial. A bill to provide a system of county government for the several coanties of the State. . Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the State of South Carolina, now met and sitting in Gen eral Assembly, and by the authority of the same: Section 1. That from and after the 1st of January, 1895, all Acts, or sections of the General Statute relating to the election, duties, powers and rights of county commissioners be, and the same are hereby, repealed, except such speical Acts, Darts of Acts or sections of the General Statutes as have heretofore conferred special powers and privileges upon- the county commissioners of any county, which said duties are devolved upon the county supervisor and county board of road commissioners as herein after ...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 10 January 1894

THEIEANNIN TIMES. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 10, 1894. -Uustly Attacked by Opposi tion Newspapers. The papers in this State having seenft to unkindly charge that I had associated with me a negro as editor of The Sumter Herald, I desire to make the following explanation: During December the hand of af fietion was most grievously laid upon me,-and only such things received my attention as were imperatively urgent. The conduct and management - of my two papers was left entirely in other hands. Mr. A. W. Knight, my local editor and business manager in Sum ter (and to whom I have sold The Herald), mentioned to meduring that time that he thoughtit would be a good idea to get Rev. J. A. Brown, a colored preacher, to write a column of news especially for the colored peo ple. I approyed of the plan and told nim to use- his judgment. The Her. ald has a considerable number of col ored subscribers, and such news is really of [interest to all subscribers. The idea was not new, for The Man. ning Times ha...

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