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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 12 September 1894

THE XANflMG TiMS Iublsd e.d Eer 11 WInedirsda9'. LOUIS APPELT, IDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. Terms: .icnseIrroTs RATES.-Otne cOpy, O ei y:1 $1..50; onie copy, six months, 75 cents one copy, three months, 59 cents. A. subscriptions ivyable in advance. ADVraTSio RAXRr.--One square, first in sertion. $1 00; oach subsequentinsertion :;0 cents. Obituaries and Tributes o: Itespect charged 'r ns regular advertise ments. Liberal contracts made for three six, and twelve months. Uo~nxioATio-s mnst be accompanied b) the real na-ue and address of the writer ir order to receive attenZion. No communi cation ot a personal charactcrwill be pub1 lished except as ar. :.vertisemefnt. For farther information address LOUIS APPELT. Mann~ing, S. C. ublishes all County and Town Official Advertisements. Wednesday, Septiemibe , 18JL. Your Namne in Prin*. -Hon. Jos. F. Rhame and family hiave returned home from the mountains. -Miss Abbie Womubie. who has been vis iting relatives at Paeksville. returnedI home last Fri...

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. — 12 September 1894

MADRIGAL OF LOVE. If every rose has its thoin, I wonder where is thine: It this heert's love could find it, I'd claim it, dear, as mine; And in my heart I'd wear it To relieve you of its pain, 'And wish you'd never ak it Back from me again. If every star that shines, dear. In Gid-s fair, purpling skies, Would add its glorious beauty To the lustre of thine eyes, To me you'd not be fairer, 0, first love of my heart; Ah, thou art not or earth, dear, But of heaven itself a part. If every bird that sings, dear, With passion in its breast, Would sing his songs for you, dear And brought unto you rest, 'd wish their tenderest music Would whisper unto thee, That I loved you and only you, For all eternity. THE ETERNAL REST. There is no Peace Here, but a Glorrous Existence in Eternity. BRooKLYN, Aug. 2.-Rev. Dr. Tal mage, who is DOW in Australia on his globe girdling tour, has selected as the subject of his sermon for today through thepress the words, "Everlasting Life," the text being from Mi...

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. — 19 September 1894

VOL. X. MAfANNING, S. C., WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 12 7 THE NEW SOUTLERN OPENINGOF A GIGANTIC SOUTHERN RAllROAi ENTERPRISE. The metw Souhern Haliw*y Comi)p4y and the Many RUilroadn 1bt Eater Into Its Composition-R-dnced F1rd Charges and a Good Buwlaces Oatlook. NEW YOx, Sept. 6.-Oa Saturday, the 1st instant, the reorganization of the Richmond Terminal system was definitely and formally completed, and the last of the many properties which under the plan of reorganization have lost their unhappy and unfortunate identities and become merged in a new and propitious enterprise, passed into the possession ot the Southern Railway Company. Last Saturday, therefore, marks, tor all practical purposes, the completion of the reorganization; and a consideration of the situation is, therefore, opportune, particularly when it is borne in mind that the event is the most notable that has taken place in the history of American railroads, and that its bearing upon every South - ern business interest is of...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 19 September 1894

THEMANINGTIMES. LOUIS APPELT, Editor. Wednesday, September 12, 1894. The Supreme Court convenes to day to decide the constitutionality of the dispensary act of 1893. Ex-Congressman George Johnstone is going to run as an Independent candidate for Congress in the third district against Congressman Latimer, the regular Democratic nominee. General M. C. Butler, in a com munication to the Columbia Register, says he is not after re-election to the United States Senate but that he is after what he terms "the corrupt ring now disgracing the politics of this State." Those opposed to the present ad ministration will make a big mistake if they put a ticket in the field. In our opinion it will only have the ef feet of widening the breach now ex isting between the white people of the State. The State constables are making a great many lquor seizores in the up per portion of the State. If the seiz ures continue at the rate of the past week the cost of maintaining the constabvaiy wNIl be paid by t...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 19 September 1894

TE MANNING TIMS. Pubished Everey WedneqI sday. LOUIS APPELT, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. Tenns: SunscuoIOs Uaras.-One copy, one year $1.50;one copy, six months, 75 cents. one copy, three months, 50 cents. All subscriptions paytble in advance AITvR3TsING RATES.--Oie square, first in '.ertion, $1 O); each subsequetmsertion, 5) (ents. Obituaries and Tributes of tespeet charced for as reguhir advertise ment. Lieralcont-ts ade far thrsee. srx, and twelve uonth. CoMUNTIcoxS must 1 be accompanied Ly the real na-ne and addIrss of the writer in order to receive attention. No communi cation of a personal character will be pub lished except as an advertisement. For further informir--ion address LOUIS APPELT. Manning, S. C. 2ublishes all County and Town Official Advertisements. Wednesday, September 12, 1S94. Your' hame in Prin. -Mr. Luther Thompson left ye'sterday for Clemson College. -Deputy Collector T. B. Stackhouse was in town last Saturday. -Miss Hattie Hazard, of Georgetown, is visiting Miss S...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 19 September 1894

THY WILL BE DOE. When earth is reached with sunny blue, And life is but the caroling Of memories of pleasz.nt hue, And thoughts that can no sadness bring, How easy then it is to say, On bended knee, day unto day: "Thy will be done." But when the morning's rosy light We seenot throughour tear-dimid eyes. Ard Peace has winged herselt fron sight, And bird-songs are but nrockerics; How hard a thing it is to say, On bended knee, day unto day: ''Thy will be done." Thrice blesse& they, or high or low, Or rich or poor, in youth or age Who calmly walk through weal or woe And con life's lessons page by page, And with an honest heart can say, And with a child-like trust can pray: "Thy will be done." THE DIVINE RESCUE. Salvation Without Money-Death RobbEd of Its Terr ors. BROOKLYN, Sept. 2.-Rev. Dr. Tal mage, who is still absent in the south Pacific, has selected as the subject of today's sermon through the press "The Rescue," the text chosen being Acts xvi, 31, "Believe on the L'rd Jesus C...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 3 October 1894

VOL. X. MANNING, S. C., WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1894. NO. 8. BOODLE HUNTERS. THAT IS ABOUT WHAT THE GRANb ARMY OF THE REPUBLIC 13. They Complain About the Hard Itt qtre mente, and Criticise Congress and the South for their Attit ude on the Pension Questlon. PITTsBurnG. Pa., Sept. 12 -The dele gates to the National Encampment of the G. A. R. got down to a solid busi ness basis this morning. While 200,000 persons have left the city since the last old soldier passed in review yesterday, there are still 200,000 strangers in town, a majority of whom will stay until Sat urday and Sunday, while some remain even longer. The national encamp ment onened this morning in the new Grand Opera House. Tae commander in-chief and delegates were welcomed on behalf of the Citizens Executive Board by Chairman Daniel C. Ripley and, also, by W. C. Quincy, chairman of the committee on invitations and reception. Governor Patterson wel comed them on behalf of the State of Pennsylvania, while Mayor McKeuna o...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 3 October 1894

THEMNNN TamS M a-wI xig 221 219 5 LOUIS APPELT, Editor. Wednesday, September 19, 1894. The editor of the Times has been reported to the postal authorities with vilifying and abusing the na tional administration. The columns of this paper never has contained abuse and vilification, unless express ing our views on the various public questions can be termed abuse. We have endeavored throughout our ed itorial career to be fair and just, writing nothing from a malicious spirit. If at any time we have gone beyond the limits of decent journal ism we were unconscious of the fact, and those taking offence at any of our editorial expressions would.have displayed a more manly spirit had they come to us and pointed out the offence instead of reporting the mat ter to the administration for the pur pose of having us removed from a lit tle position we hold under the gov ernment, and we will say that al though needing the little income from the post office, we would rather lose our little governmen...

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

E ANfG TIMES. Wednesday, September 19, 1894. 9 Cents for Cotton. . Jenkinson Bought After the New Tariff Law Went Into Effect. The new Tariff Law means much for he people. Prices on most goods this eason are from 25 to 50 cents lower sn the dollar than last year. I )ought my stock of goods after the masage of the tariff law, and have ,hereby secured all the possible ben fits from the reduction. And while otton ib only ( cents, yet a bale of tton this year will buy so miuch nore goods than it did last year as to ake it equivalent to 8 or 9 cents. I have opened up a full stock of 1eneral Merchandise, and will sell as ow as the cash will buy anywhere. Yours for cash, W. E. JENKINSON. Manning, S. C., Sep. 19, 1894. P. S. I have bought this space in he Manning Times, and will every week have something new and inter sting for the people of Clarendon. 3e sure each week to note what I iave to say first of all. W. E. J. Your Name in Print. -Miss Eloise Ridgcway returned hone &at Wednesda...

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

SEPTEMBER. The fields and meadows paling Lie 'neath the hazy sky; The thistle-down is sailing By zephyrs slowly by. The stalks of stubble bleaching Beneath September's sun, Seem silently now teaching Of rest when labr's done. The golden-rod, bright gieaming Above the parched sod, Is surely sent, the seemin:, Of the golden things of of God. The kats-dids are calling, in a sccial sort of a way, To learn what is befalling The neighbors cross the way. Communist like, the blackbirds Hold meetings every night, As though the world went backwards, And they mustset it right. The apples fast are falling From heavy laden boughs; The milkmaid's faintly calling 'Cross the meadows for the cows. The milking-stool is realy Astride the barnyard gate; The cows come slow and steady, Like messengers of Fate. And soon, in silence sleeping, Master and maid and herd Beneath God's kindly keepirg Will rest-as on his word. So may this mild September With its pictures passing fair Make each of us remember God...

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

VOL. X. MANNING, S. C., WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1894. NO. 10. AN ALL NIGHT CAUCUS. BUT IT REFUSED TO NCMINATE A STATE T ICKET. The Prectcdtu.g ot the Ant:-Timite State Ctarni tIon w hich WA WIeld In, Columbia Lsot We ek-1he- Hutht-es Die, proirted. COLUMBIA,! S. C., Se pt. 2.-The con vention vadled to consider the propriety of nominating a ticket to be run in the general election against the regular De mocratfc ticket assembled in this city yesterday and remained in sessioa un til after four o'clcek this morr.it g, when it adjourned without x orking a nomination. The delc gates to the con vention had begun to arrive the even ing before. The morning traim-s brought ink a good cro Yvd, and tMe middiav and afternoon trains did the rest. Xearly every man who was here last Monday a week ago was here ug-do, and a good rany otheis from various couuti-s were here also. The dtlegates freely discussed during the day the advieabil ity of nominating a full State ticke, and heard ai the arguments ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 10 October 1894

T'HE MANNING TIMER LOUIS APPELT, Editor. Weduesday, October 3, 1S94. They Petered out. The Conservatives did not nomi nate a State ticket as it was expected they would do, and for the peace and welfare of the State we are glad they did nct. Had a few hot-heads her allowed full swing in that conve- a our people to-day would '..atior state of ferment and stri*- oe in a nately the conservaF- .e, but fortu convention were ~ ve men in thal vent such aetermined to pre. when P a condition, ani after ...ey saw that county y* county was represented by .ts of elegations, and some coun ties noL represented at all, they man fully refused to become parties tc what they considered a suicidal pol icy, and when the majority under took to force a State ticket upon them, they withdrew, and this action brought the advocates of nominations to their senses. They found them selves without the desired backing so they threw up the sponge. It was our privilege to be in Columbia the night of the Conservative...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 10 October 1894

THE IKE TMU Wtdnesday, October 3, 1894. Some Big Bargains This Weak. We are here to please the people, and if selling them first-class goods at popular prices suit them, we are sure to succeed. We are offering a line of beautiful dress and apron ginghams at only 5 eents per yard. Sold last year at S cents. Will sell you a nice linen collar at Sesnts, sold heretofore at 191 and 15 cents. Will sell you a nice waterproof cel luloid collar at 10 cents worth 15 cents. 1 dozen good hair pins at 1 cent. Gents' cambric hankerchiefs, 194 by 191 inches, 5 cents. Large white linen doylies, only 40 cents per set. We have many other things in our notion line at very low prices that space will not allow us to mention, but watch this space every week and you will be benefited. Call and try our ehampion plug to baceo. If you buy it once you will be sure to buy again. Just received a barrel of fine fresh mackeral, -fresh butter, cheese and maccaroni a specialty. When you want a barrel of the best fa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 10 October 1894

Strength for the day I humbly ask, Faith in the coming morrow. But not one drop of weal or wou From future day, to borrow; I'll trust the hand that mneliur')s out My cup of joy or sorrow. Strength for the fight I this day w me. The victor's cro %n to wear it, When wounded in the desperatC fI aY, Courage I ask to bear it; And Thou, dear Lord, to walk besile. My day'smarc'h homue to share it. And when the da is past anrl gone, My grateful heart upswellibg, A hymn of praise shalI joyful raise, Thy love and goodness telling; I'll waft it up beyond the stars. Where all my hopes are dwelling. And when the last hard fight is done, And death comes to rel eve me, Ltnot the hope which cheers me now With mocking gleam deceive me; But to Thyself. dear Lord, I pray For Jesus sake, recEive me! THE TAX COLLECTOR. Tranformr.ton o0 a Family-Thi Mattb er's Frayer. BROOKLYN, Sept. 23.-Rev. Dr Talmage, who is no v preparing to leav Australia for Icdia on his rcuid th world tour, has selected as the eub...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 17 October 1894

VOL. X. MANNING, S. C., WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1894. NO. 12. ADDRESS TO TilE PEOPLE. GETTING UNEASY ABOUT THE CON STITUTIONAL CONVENTION. What the Can patgl Commit-ee HaS to say About the Metter-Tbe People Uiged to vote or the Cali or the Con ventlon. COLVMBIA, S.C., Oct. 10.-Cuatrman Irby ot the State Democratic Ezrcutive Committee arrived in the city yester day, and last night promulgated in be half of the Democratic campaign com mittee the followirg important address to the Democratic voters of the Sate: To the Democratic voters of South Carolina: The executive ccmmittee being charged with the welfare of the party dnd the success of its policy as outlined in Its platform, which poicey - carries with it the welfare of a m0ihty of the people, we feel constraiLed 1 .) direct the special attention of the Democrats of the State to the necessity ano import ance of the plank in the platform adopted by the recent Drmocratic State convention urging every Democratic voter to sustain the ca...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 17 October 1894

Tw -MnG TMES LOUIS APPELT, Editor. Wednesday, october 17, 1894. An express train was held up near Washington, last Saturday night and robbed of $150,000. The robbers made good their escape. Captain L. D. Melton, of Columbia the handsome commanding officer of the Columbia Zouaves, will be the Republican nominee to oppose Stan yarne Wilson, for Congress. The Attorney General has receiv ed notice from Mayor Chaffee of Aiken, that an appeal will be taken to the United States Supreme court in the Aiken Dispensary case. Greenville is now the only town in the State that is being deprived of any of the dispensary profits. Per haps that is the reason the Mayor find a State constable fifty dollars for cursing on the streets. The Clemson College cadets are to attend the State Fair in a body. Every effort is being made to make the State Fair a grand success, and it will be, if by having men with busi ness push at the head of affairs can make it so. Miss Tompkirs, of Kentucky, has been appointed...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 17 October 1894

Weenaday, October 17, 1894. Quick Sales and Small Profits is the Way We Conduct Our Bus iness---We Sell fcr Cash and We Sell Cheap. We have just received a beautiful lineof gents' pants at priees so low that you are bound to buy if you see tiet. A'nice line children's all-wool knee pants at 50 cents per pair. Ramember we have dress ginghams atoeents per yard. Aeautiful line dress outings, suit -and prints at very low prices. Wand see them. Jiast received, new line nice dress satines. Worth 121 cents. I only ask 10.4 Its. . Best aple vinegar. Fuest .ew Orleans molasses. Best cream cheese and maccaroni. * keep a full line best brands f'our. When you want flour be sure to give me a call. We have big llargains to offer you in al kinds of shoes. 66uts', ladies, and children's rub bereover-shoes a specialty. W. E. JENKINSON. Manning, S. C., Oct. 17, 1894. Vur Name in 'rant. -a. B. Stuckey of the Sumter bar, was in town yesterday. -hr. Louis Loyns went to Charleston last Sunday night. -lia...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 17 October 1894

NEVER IID IT. Never mind the se. . If i.'s wet or drv; Siniop on together, - Be springtmnae by hd M Never mind the weather, If it's bail or snovc; somewhere stars are shiula - Samewbere roses grow. Never mind the weather, When the fice-fiakes ial; Wintar time's a comiU' Ice en-,ugh for al'! Never mind the weather World is mighty biu; Keep up with the li]htnin' Let the thunder dance a jig; Never mind the weather, Take the good an' it', Good Lord made it for you, An' He's runnin' of it sti,. ESTHER THE ORHAN. Dr Talmage Finds Many Lessoms in the Example of the Jeweso. BBooxtYi, OQt. 7.-Rev. Dr. Tal mage, who ib still absent on his round the world tour, has selected as the sub ject of today's sermon through the press "Hadasah," the text chosen being Es ther ii. 7, "And he brought Up Hladas ah. A beautiful child was born in the cap ital of Persia. She was an orphan and a captive, her parents bavmng been stolen from their Israelitish home and carried to Shushan and died, leaving their da...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 24 October 1894

VOL. .MANGS. C., WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 24, 84 O 3 ESCAPED A LYNCHING. QUICK JUSTICE SAVES AN OHIO NE GRO'S NECK. The Crowd Wre Determlned, However, gand Took the Fiend from Two M lit1ta Companies Who C-p:ured Him Agein After Klling Two of the Mob. WASHINGTON. Ohio, Oat. 17.-In the criminal court today Jasper Dolby, the negrO who assaulted Mrs. Mary C. Bird of Parrott's Station a week ago, con teased the crime and was sentenced to the penitentiary for twenty years. There was every prospect of a bloody fight to-night as a great mob was in town bent on lynching Dolby and the Sheriff had two companies of State militia here to help him protect the prisoner. A special grand jury was called. Dolby was Indicted today and his trial and sentence followed prompt ly. The county officers hoped by this means to quiet the mob and avert a ilght. The sneriff with three companies of militia started this evening to take Dolby, the negro rape fiend to the peni tentiary, but at the depot the mob got posses...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 24 October 1894

MANNING TIMES. P p. 1Wann iln g, S. O -~ ri ti LOUIS APPELT, Editor- b 1i Wednesday. October 24, lS94. el a Changing Our Judges. The question of making changes in a the judiciary continues to be dis- a cussed in the newspapers, and some i of them speak with certainty that two i new judges will be elected. If the t General Assembly is going to put b two now men on the bench we hope a that they will select such men as will t reflect credit upon the Reform move- s ment. We do not believe in placing < men on the bench whose only quali fications are factional services ren- r dered. The judicial bench should be t lifted above partisin politics, and the judges elected should not only be pure, but men of legal learniug; men c who can we'gh matters that come be fore them without prejudice or favor. If there are to be changes on the bench as at present constituted, it is our hones bc!ief that the Reformers in the General Assembly would show a proper spirit by elevating to so high b and imp...

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