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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 24 October 1894

pt tr IWednesday, October 24, 1894. d p AND STILL THEY COME! New Goods for Jenkinson's New wF Store from C''arleston. Balti- e th more, New York and Chicago. T We are daily receiving new goods ft of some kind-something to .suit and please the people, something new to he show you every time you come to see us. We are offering nice dress satines, Si gibghams, outings, and fine standard H calleos very cheap, and we are mak P ing big sales. Call and secure some RV ofour bargains. C Just received a large lot of Leg- dc gett's best cream cheese and import- P" e4 maccaroni. If you want a barrel of good family gi flour for a small sum of money, be sure to give us a call. We will show you something that will be sure to 'please you. b We are selling apple vinegar and best New Orleans molasses very i cheap. G Yours respectfully, W. E. JENKINSON. 0I Manning, S. C.. Oct. 24, 1894. ki ... __at Yur Name in Print. -Mr. W. G. King, of Mayesville. was in town this morning. th -Mrs. L. W. Nettles, of ...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 24 October 1894

A SONG OF LOVE TIME. Sing a song of love-time All the world is light; Ripple on the river And the stars a-shining bright. Sing a song of love-time All the world is sweet: Rainbows round the heavens Lilies at your feet: Si.; a song of love-time Sorrow in eclipse - Rosy children climbing To the leaning of your lip;' Sing a song or love-time Sing it-sing it, birds! Set the sweetest music To the sweetest human words! Sing a song of love-time All the world made new; And a heaven tnat is nearer Than the heaven in the blue! JONAH IN THE STORM. Dr. Tainage on the Ne Cesity o Prayer With Work. BRooKLYN, Oct. 14.-Rtv. Dr. Tal mage, who is still absent on his round the world tour, has selected as the sub ject bf today's sermon through the press "The Oarsmen Defeated," the text chosen beng Jonah i, 13.14, "The men rowed h'rd to bring it to the land, but they could not, where!ore they cried unto the Lord." Navigation in the Meailerranean sea always was perious, especially so in t early times. Ve...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 31 October 1894

ghCaigEie VOL. Xe.ANNS . ENSA, COE 1 84 O 4 SAVES MILLIONS. WHAT IS GAINED BY CONSUMERS OF WOOLEN MANUFACTURES. Gzeat Saving by Clmsene in all Walks of Lie by the New Tar2t-Cheaper Cloth ing and Furnishings for the House holder. To set before the people the saving that will be effected to the consumer of woolen manufactures by the new tariff law passed under the present Democratic administration, Jacob Schoenhof, the well known writer on tariff, wrges and economics generally, was yesterday Interviewed by a report er for the New York Timas: As there are a* means of obtaining the figures for a period later than the governmental fiscal year of 1892-93. he was asked to accept the Government's figures on the imports for that year, and show what the saving to consum era of woolen manufactures would have been during that period ifinstead of the McKinley tariff the Democratic law had been in effect. He replied: The sum of $163,534,00 would have been saved to the consumers of goods made whol...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 31 October 1894

THE MANNING TIMES* wran in - n T,1. M- C-i LOUIS APPELT, Editor. Wednesday, October 31, 1894. Do Your Duty. The political situation in the State is such as to require a general wak ing up of the Democratic forces. There never was a time in the history of white man's supremacy when it was more neccessary for the Democratic voters to turn out on election day than at present. All kinds of com binations have been entered into by the defeated soreheads with the op position to defeat the Democratic standard bearers and to keep our politics in a condition to force the negroes to come in as an important factor. If the opposition to the con stitutional convention succeed, the people of this State will have to con tend in 1896 with a more fearful state of affairs than they had in 1876. Already it is authoritatively reported that deals have been made in certain districts to defeat our Democratic congressman, and. in this district there are several Independent county tickets which means nothing...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 31 October 1894

THE EANNING T @ES. Wednesday, October 31, 1894. CHEAP SCHOOL BOOKS. School Books at Publishers' Prices-Hundreds of Dollars Saved to the Public. Every parent knows that the school book item is no small one, especially when the usual big prices are paid. But with my determination to bene fit the public by saving them every dollar possible, I have, after much correspondence and considerable trouble, received a large consign ment of all the different kinds of school books used in the county, and I shall sell them at regular publish ers' prices, a thing no merchant has ever before undertaken in this coun ty. There is exceedingly little profit in selling books at such low figures, but.I.feel sure the public will appre eiate my efforts in thus saving them money. I be again to assure them that I shall likewise continue to sell my en tire stock of general merchandise at the lowest possible prices. When you want school books, dry goods and notions, shoes, hats, and eaps, or a barrel of the ch...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 31 October 1894

GOOD-BYE. Kiss me and say aoea ty-; Good-bye; there is a- 'rd o Sax U this, Nor any lips left i : Nor any tears to shed wheN dry; Kiss me and say god-bve Farewell, be glad, foriet: There is no need to say "Iorget" I knov, For youth is youtil, arma time will have it so, And though you uips are pale and your eyes wet, Farewell, you must forget. You shall bring home your sheaves, Many and heavy, ana y ith blossoms twined Of memories that go not out or mind.; Let this one sheaf be twined with pop py leaves, When you bring home your sheaves. In garnered loves of tbire, The ripe good fruit of many hearts and years, Somewhere let this lie gray and salt with tears, It grew too near the sea wind, and the brine Of life, this love of mine. This sheaf was spoiled in spring, And over-long was green and early ser e And never gathered hola in the late year From autumn suns, and moons of har vesting, But failed infrests of spring. Yet was it thine, my sweet, This love, though weak as young corn wit...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 7 November 1894

VOL. X. MANNING, S. C., WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1894. NO. 13. 4L GOVERNMENT RAILROADS. NOT A SUCCESS IN ACTUAL PRACTICE d ANYWHERE. s The Results Not by Any Means Encoura- N s ing-A Rellc Of Paterkna)1PM Hostile to e Republican Institutons. The interstate commerce commission - has been compiling for some time a v statement of the conditions under o which the railroads of the world are o operated. The subject was not sug- t, gested by the recent testimony before d the commission meeting in Chicago. b The labor union men there have testi- d fled their belief that the solution of the f: problem of employer and employed on g the railroad world was the government control of railroads. i The facts and the figures which the z interstate cousmerce commission has t: gathered together do not, says the Pail- c adelphia Times, conirm their theory c by the experience of other nations. I Even in the United States the experi- a ment of railroads controlled by the n State has been tried in different...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 7 November 1894

THE MNNINGTIMES* LOUIS APPELT, Editor. :Wednesday, November 7, 1S94. The Czar is Dead. The death of the Czar of Ruussia removes from the busy world one of the most prominent figures among the rules of nations. Possessing by in heritance the most absolute power wielded by any monarch or ruler among civilized countries, the Czar of Russia by virtue of his position is looked upon as a tyrant, and the world has little opportunity to judge of the real character of the man. Inheriting as we do in the United States the love of liberty born of the abqolute enjoyment of that priceless treasure to man, we look upon the Czar almost as an enemy to humanity ze with the subjects who seek to overthrow his absolute monarchy. But death saddens the heart and recalls the fact that the same end awaits us all. We bow before the decree of the Almighty and submit to the judgement of the Ruler of the universe. Alexander IH., Emperor of all the Russia's, succeeded to the throne on the murder of his father b...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 7 November 1894

THE MANNING TIME Wednesday, November 7, 1894. SELLING CHEAP! Our Motto Is, When We Bu3 Anything Cheap We Se!i i Cheap, and Give Our Custom ers the Benefit of Our Bargains 1500 yds. dress and apron ginghamf at 5c. and 61c. per yard. 500 yds. heavy canton flannel 7, 8J and 10 cents per yard. 500 yards quilt calico, 5c. per yard 10 doz. gents' one-half hose, 5c. pr 5 doz. best and cheapest store pol ish,-5c. per box. 5 doz. machine oil (large), 5c. bottle 10 doz. gents' white bordered hand kerchiefs, 19x19 inches, 3c. each. 5 doz. splendid bleached towels 20x48 inches, 25 c. per pair. In addition to the above close prices we are offering our entire lin of dry goods and notions, hats, caps and shoes at prices that will surely make you buy if will come to see us and if you buy you are sure to sav money. We have one of the bigest bargain to offer you in jeans that has eve been offered in this town. Call and see them. Don't forget that we are head quarters for school books in thit county, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 7 November 1894

THAT BOY J IM. IeDias the "devil"-that ooy Jitr: Couldn't do anythmg good Awith h!m: Rough ana ragged, tr mischiti riie. Running errands. dIstributi-.g t, Pc; pelting the neighbors on tIeir te;ds With brand-new ."j rmture, "sUugs and -leads." From early morning tO evenig Cio He was the "devi"-bat boy Jim: Editor whaled him-all no good Head as hard as a stick oi wood; Just bnrst out in a loud "Hoora. !" And went right un in his dcn't care way. But once-when the train wAs passing by, And the editor's child on the track OD, M5! Jim-he rushed with his same don't care Right in front of the engiae there! Child was savcd, but where was Jim? With shaded lanterns they looked for him. While the people trembled and held their breath "Under the engine crushed to death!" There in the dust and grime he lay Jim! * * * He had given his life away! Not much need of their tears for hi ai: "He was an angel-that boy Jim!' Frank L. Stanton. THE DIVINE MIRROR. From the Far East Dr. Talmsae Sends a Message...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 14 November 1894

VOL. X. MANNING, S. C., WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1894. THE Rt PUBLICAN CYCLONE SWEE PS ALL IN SIGHT The Soid14 South Is Solid N Morr-Tenne P see Ekcts a Reptbireen Geve-ror Bul tb Leg'.laur" !a srfo-?orth Ciallra Uncomfortsbly Ci-pe.' WAsHiNGTON, D. C., Nov. 7.-Tte election over tne country yes'erday seems to bave b+en a Republican tidbl wav-. They bve dfea'ea the Democ. racy in nearly ali the Sa-r-s. and have undoubtedly tl.te1 a mbj.)rty of the met.WI*s of the iie-xt Congress. In Ne w York Hill, the Demecratic coad:date tor G->ernor, was dereated by Morton. Republican,%bose msjority is about 100,000 The De-mocrats also lne a Di mber of ODgri ssman in New York. In ANew York City the Republicars have wpecd vp the earth with the Democra'e, at d Tammary Is badly ic the soup. Tne Rep ub'lea: s claim T hat they have ele cft a at ine t -ongrssm'-n in New Yo k Lit)y exct pt ti -, wtjeti is a Demecrantc lo-s t,t several (o'-gre. men. Tte RepvblIcaRTs have alho carried the :tates ot Clora...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 14 November 1894

THE MANMNG TIES. LOUIS APPELT, Editor. WednesdaY, November 14, 1S94. The famous Coxey was also a vic tim of the Republican landslide, al though he polled a large vote. Who could have thought that North Carolina would be the first Southern State to break the solid South? Adolph Sutro, Populist candidate for mayor of Sanfrancisco, was elect ed over five other candidates by a plurality of 18,000. When Dr. Pope goes back to Tex as to peddle on silver-plated spoons, won't he have an interesting tale of woe to tell his customers? As long as the liquor dealers will put up the money, just so long will Dr. Pope keep up his crazy fight against the Democratic party. The silver men of the West have lost confidence in both of the old po litical parties and will soon begin the work of organizing a new party. The Piedmoat Headlight is mak ing a strong fight for a further reduc tion of the salaries of State officials. It wants the salaries reduced on a par with the present prices of cotton. The Dem...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 14 November 1894

Quite a fad among our town audes y rearing a button on the lappel of thei oats with the words, "Girl Wanted," on it )ne young lady on seeing one of thest reatures remarked, "that thing needs i nama worse than he does a girl." When you want a good smoke go tx 3rockiuton's and get a 10c. package o: ?ick Leaf smoking tobacco. It would not surprise us if every Con 7essman that had Republican oppositior n this State is unseated. The Republicans ave captured both Houses, e.ad if thcy ollow the tactics of previous Republican longresses. all the Democratic Congress. aen will sit on rickety chairs. For spectacles and eye-glasses of any ind call at Brockinton's and get the best it the lowest cash prices possible. Rev. Sam Jones will lecture in Sumter in he new opera house on the evening of th< 1st. His subject will be, "Get There and Itay There." Reserved seats will be sold Dr 75 cents, and the general admission rill be .50 cents. The. proceeds will be iven to the Sumter city mission, and ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 14 November 1894

DOWN BY THE SUNLIT SEI A. Oh, it was merry, inery, Down by the sunlit sea! I beard the old shore scoldirg the waves For they can never agree., Said the shore: "You make me weary, Oh waves, with your endless song; You are singing, sighing and laughing; You are at it all day long." Thus did I bear her scold them, And sae might have scolded more. But the little white waves came run ning up And kissed the brown old shore. Then, with a sound like laughter, They tumbled back to the sea; And the shore took tbat for the kiss of peace Ftr never a word said she! Oh, it is merry, merry, To watch them at tbeir play I For the brown old shore and the little white waves Have the same game every day! VICTORY OVER PAIN 3Ew. Dr. Talmase WrItes o0 the Heavenly city. BROOKLYN, Nov, 4 -RCv. Dr. Tal mage who is now nebring the close of his globe crcling tour and will shortly reach Amercan sha.res, has selected as the subject of today's eermon thrcuub the press -Victory Over Pain," the text chosen being R...

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. — 21 November 1894

VOL. X. MANNING, S. C., WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1894. NO. 17. WHY COTTON IS LOW. A SECOND ARTICLE FROM LAWRENCE YOUMANS. He RevIew% Past Monetary Conditions and Compares Themt With Prespent-Free Sil ver, He Thinks, is One Remedy for the Trouble. To the Editor of the State: In my previous article I conclusively demon strated that the great decliie in the price of cotton in 1819 was not due to over-production, but to financial changes which resulted in an enor mous contraction of the circulating medium and effected the price of all other commodities in the same ratio. I also demonstrated that the rise in price, from 1826 to 1836, was not at all due to diminished production. as the rapid advance took place in the face, as Professor Sumner says. "of increasing production, both here and in India, but was the result of large additions to the monev volume both here and in England. ~ The heavy de cline which began in 1837 and ended in 1848-prices falling from an aver age, in 1835, of 17 1-2...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 21 November 1894

THE =ANNING TIMES. S, T< wran n -1n. B,.. Ch w tc LOUIS APPELT, Editor. al E ti ic Wednesday, November 21, 1894. s< n b The editor of this paper feels truly v grateful to the numerous friends that sl so kindly expressed themselves to him on hearing that we were about to be removed from the postoffice. It is a consolation to us to know that there are men in this community who can lay aside factional feeling when they V see an act of injustice about to be consumated. When we entered the race for the office of postmaster, we endeavored to treat our opponents t fairly, and did not resort to protest- E ing against their appointments; we e simply did what they, or any other t citizen had the right to do, and that - was to make the best showing possi ble in our behalf. We succeeded, 0 and of course did not expect the war- C fare to continue, nor did it continue f with some; they finding themselves n not selected, quietly gave up the r fight, and one who was Mr. J. H. tl Tesesne, was ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 21 November 1894

THE MANNING TIE Wednesday, November 21, 1894. WE ARE ALWAYS HUNGRY For Trade and Are Always Offer. ing Big Inducements to Bring Trade. Just received, a beautiful assort ment of dress satines of the best brands, warranted fast colors, 10c. yd. Remember that we have now ir stock a beautiful line of dress ging hams, all fast colors, at only 6tc. per yard, worth 8tc. Remember that we keep a large as sortment of gents' negligee overshirts from 25c. vp. When you want a pair of the best and cheapest ladies', gents', or chil dren's shoes, be sure to give us a call. Just received, a large supply of la dies', misses', and infants' hose. War ranted fast black. Remember that we keep the cele brated Buttermilk Soap, something highly perfumed, and very fine for the complexion. When you want a barrel of the best flour you ever used for $3.50, give us a call. Our Champion plug tobacco is one of the best bargains ever offered for the mouev. We keep a large supply of all kinds of school books on hand...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 21 November 1894

COULD WE BUT KNOW: C tnld ve but know if in the great hereafier I Our loved and lost .;nes we should meeC again. And all the broken links be reunited That Death has severed in love's g,-Iden chain- t Could we bat know It Could we bu' kno-v that voices we call silen t Are only hushed to our dull mortal ear, ] And call our names with all the old-lime fondness. Though oft we listen all in vain to he-ar Cou'd we but know! Could we but know if the pale eve-lid closinbe Gives to the spirit visions far more clear, And it can tell the rea. from the seeming, And see what worthless things we o t hold dear Cou'd we but know! Could we but know it friends still walk beside us, Unheard, unseen amid life's ceaselecs d n That th-y rej >lc-i if we are tiue to duty, And grieve, if vce'e daik path we enter 1 h2 Could we but know! Could we butknow if the pale hands w,'ve folded So still- and cold above the pulseiess 1 breast Still clasp our own, but with a touch so gentle Our bands of flesh feet not...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 28 November 1894

VOL. X. MANNING, S. C., WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1894. THE PRESIDENTS REPORT. MANY FACTS ABOUT AFFAIRS AT CLEMSON COLLEGE. Preilent Craighead's Intelligent and Val uable Report-A Bird's Eye View of the Work at the Best Agricultural College in the Sonth. COLUMIA. S. C., Nov. 21.-Presi dent Craighead, of Clemson College, in his annual report says that 635 stu dents have been enrolled during the past year and they are about equally divided between the two leading de partments of Agriculture and Me chanic Arts. 1President Craighead covers fully the work in the college and on the grounds. - The newspapers have already covered at different times a great deal of what is contain ed in the report, but the following are parts which will be of interest: "At the beginning of the session the Board authorized the President to take steps to fatten and slaughter beef for the mess hall, instead of purchasing it by contract as in the previous year. Accordingly a slaughter-house was built about a mile ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 28 November 1894

3HE MANNING; 0IMES3 LOUIS APPELT, Editor. Wednesday, November 28, 1S94. There are now seventy-one dispen saries in the State. To-morrow is Thanksgiving day all over the United States. The Legislature is now in session, having commenced its labors yester .day. Gen. Booth, the originator of the Salvation Army is now visiting the United States. Senator David B. Hill is traveling through the South, and no doubt he .is running his little presidential boom. Mrs. Mlaybrick, the American wo man who is serving a life-sentence in an English prison, is still hoping for her freedom. The State board of canvassers fin ished their work last Saturday. There was several contests before them, but no changes in the returns were made. From the number of cotton fires reported at various shipping ports, it would seem that parties are desirous of decreasing the actual amount to be consumed by manufacturers. The State board of canvassers has given the certificate of membership to Col. Elliott. Murray, his ...

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