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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 8 August 1894

Se-vral can. 11 ications are unavoidably crowded out this week. They will appear in ont next -re The county campaignieis are at Summeri'~ - ton to.1b and Frid ay they wll be in Man ning We hope there will be a gol atterd ale .it both nti . Itv. JTno. C. kilgo. who for a nuna "f v'Oars was tinaicial agent and profv.eor of 'Woflord1 C:oge ua .cclpt'd he pi'si denev of Trinjity C"!'- N. C. A painful accident appened las Wedned(ay to Mr. T. B. Jenkins, o: Sam ter, the fathe'r of 31r. John F. Jenkins, the tt'egrap-h cperator of this p lac. Mr. :Jnt kiin. was shooting bats on his preisC-s, and while cloing the breach of his gun the shell caught and exploded, sending the shot out through the burrel. :ad the brass shell iew back and struck Mr. Jenkus hand, sv-rely mangling it. and his arm was painfully burned from the powder. Mr. Jenkins is one of the salesrmen in the store of Rvttenburg &: Sons anid i: well known in Olarendon. The Manning Farmers'Platform ib met last Saturdav with a go...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 8 August 1894

ONLY & FRIEND Only a friend-yet a year ago I loved you with eye and heart and soul, I thought the skies had no stars as briit As your beautiful eyes, as black as night, I thought the gleam in you.r gypsy hnI r Defied the moonlight shining fair. On some crystal lake, I loved you then Yet now-only a friend, more. -Nothingmoe Only a friend-yet can It be That a passion so deep, so tender and true, Could die in a year, leaving no trace On my mind of your beauty, your woman ly grace? How could I forget the dreamy nights Illumined above by the heavenly lights And below by love. Ah, I loved you then, X et now-only a friend, Nothing more. Only a friend-how cold it seems To write those words of you-my d-,am. Every thought was a poem, a beautiful song Full of love, sweet love-s deep. so st:aug That I swore it would last till the world was old; Till I and you, dear, in death were eold. Only a .ear ago. I loved you then, Yet now-only a friend, Nothing n:ore. Onlya friend-we can meet each day...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 15 August 1894

VOL. X. I 3MANNING, S. C., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 8, HOT IMES IN UNION THE CANIDATES FOR SENATOR HAVE A TILT. The C,owd Checr f.or TIIsrnit While Butler To 1 a t o Speatk, at d %, e C iled Blackuar de-Great Exctement-Caugh man Tois to Sp- ak. UNIoN, July 31.-Strong men and brave men locked fcr serious trouble at Union this afternoon and early to night and held their breaths until it was over. Well, its over, and there was no personal diticulty between Butler and Tillman. There were hot words, however, and the two men shook their forefinger3 at each other and talked hard and fast while the train on which they were dashed noisily along and everybody breathlessly awaited the outcome. It's a long story how it all came about, but the public will de vour every word with eagerness and will not then be satisfied. HOW IT CAME ABOUT. Here's the story, although some of the same facts appear elsewhere in this report. On Saturday at Laurens Senator Butler gave to the newspaper men a part of a speech ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 15 August 1894

>THE HANNING TIMES, I LOUIS APPELT, Editor. Wednesday, Augusit 8, 1894. Hartwell M. Ayer retires from the e4itorial management of the Flor ence Times, and is succeeded by 3ohn P. Coffin. Kate 'ield, a brilliant journalist, says her idea of hell, "is th6 present condition of the country," and that idea has been obtained without at tending the Charleston campaign meeting. P. G. Bowman, formerly of Sumter iareported to be a candidate for the U. S. Senate from Alabama on the Populist platform. He is a candidate for prison honors, too, if the published report of his killing a man in Bir mingham is true. Ex-Sheriff Holley, of Aiken, has been appointed chief constable of the State. Mr. Holley has the reputa tion of being a man that will carry out his orders to the letter, and he will not use any harsh means unless it becomes absolutely necessary. Two years ago to be a Reformer was a disgrace in the estimation of some people, but now it has become fashionable, and we hear sone of the hot...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 15 August 1894

THE MANNIG TIMES. LOUIS APPELT, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. Termats .Ar-scaRrrION RATEsI.--On c11 OIApy, ' 150;one copY, Six onth,.5 cn one copy, threv fonths, 50 cents. Ail subscriptions pakyable in advanee. ADVEnis5o RATzs.--One square, tirst in sertion, $1 00; each subsequentinsertion, 50 cents. Obituaries and Tributes of Respect charged for as regular advertise ments. Liberal contracts made for three, si%, and twelve months. CoeN.ICmTIoSs must be accompanied by the real na-ne and address of the writer in order to receive :rtention. No comunii cation of a personal character will be pub lished except as an advertisement. For further information address LOUIS APPELT, Manning, S. C. 'ublishes all County and Town . Official Advertisements. Wednesday, August S, 1594. Your Name in P'rint. -Miss Alice Connor, of Charhston, is visiting friends in town. --Hon. W. W. Grayson, Clerk of Court of Kingstree, was in Manning last Friday. -Barron Grier, Esq., of Kingstree, was in ,Manning last Friday ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 15 August 1894

ONLY & FRIEND Only a friend-yet a year ago I loved you with eye and heart and soul, I thought the skies had no stars as brigznt As your beautiful eyes, as black as night, I thought the gleam in your gyps , har Defied the moonlight shining fair. On some crystal lake, I loved you then, Yet now-only a friend, Nothing more. Only a friend-yet can It be That a passion so deep, so tender and true, Could die in a year, leaving no trace On my mind of your beauty, your woman ly grace? How could I forget the dreamy nights Illumined above by the heavenly lights And below by love. Ah, I loved you then, 1 et now-only a friend, Nothing more. Only a friend-how cold it seems To write those words of you-my d-':am. Every thought was a poem, a beautiful song Full of love. sweet love-s deep. so st) ng That I swore it would last till the worid was old; Till I, and you, dear, in death were eold. Only a year ago. I loved you then, Yet now-only a friend, Nothing nwore. Only a friend-we can meet each day...

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. — 22 August 1894

VOL. X. MANNING, S. C., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 15,1894. NO. 3. TilE ANDERSON 1EET1IG ONE OF 7 HE LARGEST HELD DURING T - E CAM PAIGN. Evans svd Flle be Go ter Ech Other and hthlr PArt!aLst Appland Them The Senatorial Condidatte aro Very Mild. ANPERSON, S. C.. Aug iSt. 7.-Two thousand live hundred people sat on an old cotton platform, with a contingent perched in the trees near by, to beir and whoop up the day's performance. Ellerbe gave Evans a sheolic drubbing, and the slight but manifest preponder ance of the crowd was apparently in sympathy with him. The two elements were not altogtther friendly with each other, and they howled mutually and all in a jumble in entertaining antago nism. Governor Tillman bpoke last. The candidates, without exception, had departed, leaving the field to him, the reporters and the unanimous, voluble and jolly Tillman boys. About 500, however, of the audience had left. The Governor and the remainder had a roy al old time Logether which they enjoy ed Immensel...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 22 August 1894

THE VMUIDG TMES LOUIS APPELT, Editor. Wednesday, August 15, 1S94. Kolb of Alabama has been again beaten, and he is disgusting the coun try with his kicks. The election re -turns say that Oates has been elected governor and the cry of fraud by the Kolbites will not change the result. John Gary Evans is now enjoying his victory while we are floundering about in the soup. Clarendon is disappointed but she defies any coun ty in the State to make a better show ing for the Reform nominee in the brimary on the 28 inst. The political canvassers have fin ished their work of attending the State campaign meetings and the peo ple no doubt are glad that everything passed off without the shedding of a drop of blood. At some of the places there was excitement and it looked aif there would be trouble sure, but fortunately the worst that came was a lot of foolish words from some of the candidates themselves. The opposition are laying great stress upon the number of Reformers that did not vote last S...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 22 August 1894

T XMING TiMES. [PdtA~sLwd .EU67.? W iTT?(usday. LOUIS APPELT, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. Terms: sunscxnmos R.Es.-One copy, one yea: $1.50; one copy, six months, 75 cents one copy, three months, 50 cents. Al subscriptions payable in advance. ADvErISn;G RATEs.--One square, first in sertion, $1 00; each subsequent insertion 50 cents. Obituaries and Tributes o Respect charged for as regular advertise ments. Liberal contracts made for three six, and twelve months. COxN srCATIoNs must be accompanied b: the real name and address of the writer ii order to receive attention. No commui cation of a personal character will be pub lished except as an advertisement. For further information address LOUIS APPELT, Manning, S. C. Oublishes all County and Towr Official Advertisements. Wednesday, August 15, 1894. Our readers will excuse our not having our usual amount of local and editorial matter this week. Base balls and bats at Dinkins & Co.'s' Look at the date on the label- of your paper and if you...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 22 August 1894

WJSHaES OF ALL AGES. I asked a little child one day A child intent on joyous play; "My little one, pray tell me Your dearest wish; what may it be. The little one thought for a while, Then answered, with a wistful smile: "The thing that I wish most of all Is to be big, like you, and tall. I asked a maiden, sweet and f air, With dreamy eyes and wavy hair: "Whatwould you wish, pray tell me tue, That kindly fate should bring to you?" With timid mien and downcast eyes And blushes deep and gentle sighs, .Her answer came: "All else above I'd wish some faithful heart to love." I asked a mother, tried and blest, With babe asleep upon her breast: "Oh, mother fond, so proud and fair. Whatis thy inmost secret prayer?" She raised her calm and peaceful eyes, Madonna-like up to the skies: "My dearest wish is this," said she, "That God may spare my child to me." Again, I asked a woman old, To whom the world seemed hard and cold: "Fray tell me, oh, thou blest in years. What are thy hopes, 'what are ...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 29 August 1894

VOL. X. MANNING, S. C., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 22,1894. NO. 4. EVANS AN EASY WINNER. ONLY GOVERNOR AND LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR NOMINATED. The Alliance Demands and Tillman Both Eadorscd--Everybody In Love for the NemInees and a Regulsar Lwve Feast All Around. COLUMBIA, S C., Aug. 16.-The State Reform nominating convention was the great event of interest in South Caro - lina yesterday. It was all Evans from jump to finish. John Gary Evans was nominated for Governor by an over whelming vote, and Dr. Timmerman was declared the nominee for Lieuten ant-Governor by acclamation, but no State ticket was put up,thougn it came dangerously near winning. Altogether, the convention was one of the largest bodies that ever gathered in Columbia, and more business was done in the same length of time than at any of the conventions of recent years. While most of the talkers were new menthey managed to make things exceedingly lively and interesting. It was 12.13 o'clock when Chairman Sligh called the convention ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 29 August 1894

THE MANNIG TMES. t Mannin0IX I-, LOUIS APPELT, Editor. Wednesday, August 22, 1S94. The State constables are making liquor siezures in Charleston and oth er places, General H. L. Farley has conclu not to run for Congress and has with drawn from the race with a wry face. The speculators are again making an effort to bleed our farmers out of their hard work by running up the price of jute bagging, and unless the Alliance comes along to protect our cotton growers there is no telling what the price of bagging will be be fore the crop is harvested. L. D. Bass, formerly a preacher in Manning is now a candidate for the Senate on the wont-pledge-myself ticket in Florence county. His po litical prospects might be good in Florence, but in Clarendon where he lived and preached, we do not believe -he could be elected dog-pelter if there was such an officer to be voted for. Dr. Sampson Popesis determined to dash his hopes against the politi cal wall by running against the nom inee of the Reicrm c...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 29 August 1894

THE MANINWG TIMES. Putdsled Every Wednesday. LOUIS APPELT, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. Terms: Sensenmrnos Rans.-One copy, one year $1.50; one copy, six months, 75 cents. one copy, three months, 50 cents. All -ubscriptions payable in advance. ADxnniTsnG RATEs.-One square, first in sertion, $1 00: each subsequent insertion, 56 cents. Obituaries and Tributes of Respect charged for as regular advertise ments. Liberal contracts made for three, six, and twelve months. UommraicATioo must be accompanied by the! real na-ne and addrees of the writer in order to receive attenftion,. No comuinni eation of a personal character will be pub lished except as an advertisement. For further information address LOUIS APPELT, Manning, S. C. Dublishes all County and Town Official Advertisements. Wednesday, August 22, :894. Your Name in Print. -Dr. John G. Dinkins is in very feeble bealth. -S. A. Rigby leaves for the northern markets to-morrow. --Miss Sallie Stukes has returned home from Pawley's island. -Mrs....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 29 August 1894

OF A HEART. Dear heart-dear heart! the sweetest he.art that ever Gave one quick throb for me: I do pray God that your kind steps may never In paths of darkness be: But it they were-O, dearest eye of b'ue I would walk there throudh all umy life for you! Dear heart-dear heart: th gentiest heart, that. beating, Felt for my heart one day: 1 trust that there shall be a tender meeting For our hearts, far away: lIut if there should not-O' my love, my dear: Since you were happy, I the grief would bear! DO THYSELF NO HARM. Rev. Dr. TaImage Discourses Upon the Evils o Suicide. BROOKLYN, Aug. 12.-Rev. Dr. Tal mage, who is now abroad, has selected as the subject for today's sermon through the press the word "Suicide," the text being Acts, 27, 28: "He drew cut his sword and would have killed himstif, supposing that the prisoners had been fled. But Paul cried with a Icud voice, saying, Do thyself no harm." Here is a would be sucide arrested in his deadly attempt. He was a sher:ff. and according t...

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. — 5 September 1894

VOL. X. MANNING, S. C., WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1894. -_NO. 11. FREE SILVER WAMiED. AN ENGLISHMAN'S ABLE DEFENSE OF THE WHITE METAL. The %trona Aygumente of a Member of the Bri i.sh R.4r-ement tn Favor of the Free azd Uni-mited Coinaga et 201 ver. Rt. Hon. Henry Chaplin, who was a mever of the royal gold abd silver commision, a member of the Salisbury cabinet, had also a member of pirlia ment, recenly made an able speech be fore the Scotbh chamoer of commerce at Edmnburghi upon the subject of "Bi metallism in q#lation to Agricultural Depression." The speech was quite lengthy, but his defense of silver re monetization and, bimetallism we re produce. Mr. Caplain said: "Now, what are the usual objections that are urged to our views? I have been asked by some correspondents to reply to one or two of them, and I will do so. The ft. the old stock argu mnent5- -Vis: You cannot maintain a fixed ratio between gold and silver any xudre than you can between any two other comnmodities. You canno...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 5 September 1894

THE MNNING TIMES LOUIS APPELT, Editor. Wednesday, October 10, 1894. A daily newspaper has been start ed in Edgefield. Senator McPherson, of New Jersey declines to stand for re-election t< the United States Senate. Governor Tillman has been solici ted by a lecturing bureau to delive a series of lectures in the north an west. New Englands' venerable poe Oliver Wendell Holmes, died at hi home in Boston,Iast Sunday afternoor at the age of eighty-five years. The Democrats carried Georgi last Wednesday by abont thirty thorsand majority. The Populist made some gains and will have aboul sixty members in the State Legisla ture. A large majority of the new Legis lature will be composed of new men Perhaps they will go there with the cry from the people for a better sys tem of free schools ringing in thei ears. If Judge Fraser consents to stand for re-election, we hope the Claren don delegation will vote solidly foi him. Their votes could not be casi for a better man, nor a more compe tent a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 5 September 1894

TH MNIG ThES Wedntsday, October 10, 1894. The Man Who Shows You How to Save Fiva Dollars is a Better Friend to You Than He Who Lends You Ten. Come and see us every day in the week, and we can show you some thing yon can save money on. Call and see our $1.10 gents'everyday shoe. It is a record-breaker and a trade maker. Don't forget to buy your rubber over shoes from us, as we keep a full line f. gents' ladies', and children's rubbers on hand all the time. Our line of gents'. ladies', and chil dren's shoes is complete, and if you buy a pair from us once you will be sure to buy again. Don't forget that we are every day offering big bargains in the dry goods line, especially in the domestic line, such as ginghams, homespuns, and outings. Oh, I am about to forget to tell you about our nice fresh butter, cheese, maccaroni, fine fat mackerel, and our cream patent family flour. If you buy once, you will buy again. Yours for a bargain, A .. W. E. JENKINSON. lginning, S. C., Oct. 10, 1894. Y...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 5 September 1894

MT SWE~E."ar&%. "Twas a quaint line scrawled in a speling book, And handed to we with a bash-ul loo k, By my blue eyec sveetheart so fondly true, In the daar old school dav long years ago "If you love ma a; I love y0a No knife can cut oar love in tw o" That "Sanders' Speller," so tattered and torn. Has always a halo of romance worn, And never a poet with honeved pen Haswritten soprecious a rhyme since then "if you love me as I love you." Ab, dear, you know I did-I do. I've kept it safely for many a year This dog's-eared, shabby old spelling-book. dear, And now, as I hold it within my hand, Agin in the school room I seem to stand Reading once more with rapture new "If you love me as I love you." How some foolish saying from out the past Like a rose braach is over the pathway cast And the time ot lowers we still remember, Till winds ble w cold in the bleak December. God grant it always may be true - **hat you love me as I love you." EVILS OF THE DANCE. Dr. Taimate on the Dargere o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 12 September 1894

M,4%A VOL. X. M1ANNING, S. C., WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER ,19.N.6 A BLOODY TRAGEDY. SOLOMON BROWN AND CONSTABLE GRIBBIN KILLED. A Double Heonlsde the Rsit cof a Feud. PrE cipitaled by Gribbin Seizhin? a Pack age of Goods While Searching for Con traband Whtikey. BLACKVILLE, S. C.. Aug. 2.-ThIs afternoon at haif past 2 o'clock, the bloodiest tragedy ever enacted in this quiet little village cccurred on the main street of the town, directly opposite the passeneer station, and Solomon Brown, the 22-sear old son of Simon Brown, and John Gribbin, of the State D-spen ary constabulary force, lie cold in death. This double murder is the result of a teud of long standiny.- At the time when Tillman wai first nominated as Governor, Gribbin, then the town mar shal, was especially active in his cause, thereby incurring the enmity of the Con servative cit.zens of the town, who in theensuing municipal election sunported and elected a council, the members of which pledged themselves in advance not to appo...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 12 September 1894

THE MNNINGTIMES. Mann31 .g -. LOUIS APPELT, Editor. Wednesday, September 5, 1S94. Stand by the Nominees! We often read in patent medicine advertisements "when you are troub led with that tired feeling" take the medicine advertised, but we can say to our readers if you do not wish to be troubled with that "tired feeling" do not pay any attention to the po litical twaddle our friends of the op position are indulging in. They give as a reason for not participating in the recent Democratic primary that they were 'disfranchised and not al lowed to have a voice in selecting the nominees of the party. Let us see if this is true or merely an excuse to disrupt the Democratic organiza tion as organized. Two years ago the Conservative faction in the coun ties throughout the State sent repre sentatives to Columbia and nomi nated a full State ticket, with Shep perd and Orr at its head. The Re formers were not consulted, nor were they expected to have a voice in that selection, because it was str...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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