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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 28 November 1894

To-morrow is Thanksgiving. It behooves every individual on that day to lay aside the cares of business and meditate upon the various bles sings ..which he has received. Our gratitude should well up in our hearts to that Benefactor who is so watchful over us. It is a pleasure to dye when you use Dia mond Dyes. We have a full supply, all colors. R. B. Loryea, the druggist. Cotton is beginning to take an up ward tendency, and while we would like to see the fleecy staple bring a good price, we think it would be an unfortunate thing just now. The farmers have principally disposed of their cotton, and if the price goes up it will have the effect of causing them to plant extensively again. For chapped hands and lips try a 5c. bot tle of Petreisine, at Brockinton's. A young farmer told us that he made corn enough this year to sup ply his farm and about seven hun dred bushels to sell. He also raised enough hogs to supply his plantation with pienty of meat for next year, and he has paid out o...

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. — 28 November 1894

THE CIIILDREN. ALL iI.Ii(. J.h's in the Le,istature and Wilqan%,i most there. And Richard-he's t, e sheriff, and Rufu he's the may or; Josiah takes ti. taxes-and says th" 'r coming hih; And Toni-hes out for C:ngress, and he'] get there by and by! Mary ma:ried a lawyer, and Jenn is tb wife Cf a revenup detective, in the nionligi of her nf-A; And Maggie's being courtea by the teact er over there. And Molly's get a general that's almost brigadie: And so the girls and boys are placel a well as well c m be: it's a sore of satisfAction t i the oil ma: and to me, To st here in the o'd bom wben the t w light shadows fa'l, And see the cbi'idren progerin,' an know we raised 'em all! THE SICK GENERAL. Rev. T. De Witt Talmage Dowells on ti Leprosy of Sin. BROOKLYN, Nov. IS.-Rev. Dr. Ta mage has chose as the subject of today sermon through the press "The Sic General," the text selected being ] Kings v. 1, "He was a leper." Here we have a warrior sick, n< with pleurisies or rheuniatisnis or co...

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 December 1894

VOL. X. __MANNING, S. C., WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1894. ___NO. 19. THE GENERAL ASSEMBLI BOTH HOUSES ORGANIZE AND PRC CEED TO BUSINESS. Electing Officers and Drawing for Seat Speaker Jones Re-elected- Dr. Pope Prr sents a Petition--A Number of Bll] Introduced. CoLwmBIA. S. C., NoV. 2.-Bot: Houses of the General Assembly nie in annual session yesterday at nooi and proceeded to organize. In th Senate, after prayer, the organizatio1 of the body wasbegun by calling th roll of the okf members. The ne members were then called up, rangei in a semi-circle in front of the Presi dent's desk and sworn in. Senato John R. Harrison, of Greenville, wa elected as president pro tem. The election of clerk of the Senat to succeed Dr. Sampson Pope wa then in order. -Senator Mayfiel nominated Gen. R. R. Hemphill. Sen ator Byrd Mr. R. M. McCown, aii Senator Efird Mr. J. A. Sligh. Thl vote on the first ballot was as follows For Hemphill-Barnweli, Barton Brice, Buist, Dennis, Fuller, Mayfield Miller. McCalla...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 5 December 1894

THM XMIG TIMSo t, LOUIS APPELT, Editor. u E tl C Wednesday, December 5, 1894. - Vindicated. There are times in the liftc that causes rejoicing and : would seem that we should Ow joice over our compie i, of the charges bren, ai as, but we do not fee, !! e; -j for the reason that w"e L . ad the opportunity t r :o public view the c n1: e er.our enemies used to do s:A y. There never has bee i a m:a 'ta 3public service in this e-na the Ias been hounded, v ,e .: Udered like we have be N: ;nly did our enemies and scheme to have us irom office, but in their vil zeal they tried to blacken character. We realized that . --en a serious charge is brought against a man that many come to the conclusion "where there is smoke there niust be some fire," and for tit reason we were anxious for the dharge against us to be ventiliated in open court in order that the peo ple who have so often honored and confided in us,could have an opporta nity to read and see for themselves the utter groundlessness and ...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 5 December 1894

THE MANNIG TIME. Wednesday, December 5, 1894. PRICES SPEAK Aloud in the Ears of the Buyer While Brag Only Whispers. Just received, a beautiful 'ine of 30-inch cashmeres, sold heretofore at 25 and 30c. per yard. I only ask the astonishingly low price of 20c. per yard. Trimmings to suit. As pretty a line of ladies' dress out ings as can be found in any store in the country at only Sic per yd. A very desirable line of ladies'dress and apron ginghams at only 6tc., worth loc. 1,000 yards R. R. shirting at 5c yd. 1,000 yds. C. shirting at 4jc yd. 1,000 yds. Harvey checked home spun at only 4jc per yard. Remember we are champions in the grocery trade and will sell you flour, sugar, coffee, rice, grist, meal, bacon, and lard as cheap as any house in the country. 300 lbs. as nice dried apples as you ever saw for only 10c. per lb. Large lot of bulk maccaroni, very nice, only 10c. lb. Try our Champi on 12 inch plug tobacco, only 40c lb. Try Old Dog Tray 9 inch plug to bacco, only 25c. lb. Try ...

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

HIS LAST MESSAGE. co'NTIN1I) FM PAE 0o-* selves to ohev orders and hj)hold tle law." Not Sine the days wlich saw the birth of thie .S)zutlevril Conlfederacy has such a mIatial spirit Ie oWI. WNithI thle arstakeni from the Old comp:u1lies as !many of the new ones as possible hav' Wn r i ad dition,th aprp imfrte Militia from the ited amiouzlingL lo nery -ve as bee n expended altogether for aru ai there are 10w torty compamesae sine" the riot. of which twenty-six have the latest unproved Springfild rifles. It is not necessary to tell the Legis lature that tile militia of the State merits and shoUld receive your fester ing care. Its value and necessity were clearly shown at the time I have just descrieotd. Hitherto the services required of the militia have been at long intervals and on occasions of nii nor importance-guarding a jail or re pressing discrder among the negroes -and the taxpavers have been dis posed togrumbl'at the expense of the annual appropriation. This has been spent. n...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 12 December 1894

VOL. X. MANNING, S. C., WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 12, 18 . OUR NEW GOVEINOR. THE HON. JOHN GARY EVANS INAU GURATED CHIEF MAGISTRATE. The Inaugural Address Very Conservative and Patriotic In Its Tone-W'hat Hie ne commends-Th$Ful Text of the Address Will be Found Below. COLUMBIA, S. C., Dec. 5.-The Hon. John Gary Evans was inaugurated Governor of South Carolina vester day in the presence of a large aid.en thusiastic crowd. Down stairs in the executive chantber the inaugural par tywas assembling about noon. The Governor-elect was there chatting most of the time with Chief Justice McIver. Governor Tillimah, having shortly before done his last. work as chief executive, wearing a white flow er in the lapel of his coat, walked u) and down, and was in an ideal good humor. United States Senator Irby was there too, as were also Circuit Judges Benet and Norton. and Dr. J. A. Rice. Very soon the clerks of the two houses, with the members of the inauguration joint committee, came in. * The Senate came...

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

THE XThG TIMES. Maim iiag, .4. <:4 LOUIS APPELT, Editor. Wednesday, December 12, 1894. Tbe Dawn of Peace! As a light in the distance is hailed with joy by a mariner on a storm tossed ship, so do we hail with joy the light we see in the address of the forty Reformers which appears on our first page. That instrument is the precusor of better times in South Carolina. It is a forerunner of an era of peace which every man who has his country's welfare at heart will re spond to with delight. For the past four years the people of this State have been in a state of fever-heat, and now the opportunity is offered whereby all can come together to work for a co mmon ci.se. This ad dress was issued las. week in Columbia and is on the line of what we have been advocating for some time past, and we are g'ad to see f+bat our labors have not been wasted. We realize the im portance of the' corstif utional con vention that will be called this com ing summer, and regard it the most serious step the ...

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

A BIG BARUA!N IN JEANS. Only 25 Cents Per Yard for an AIl- Woo! Filier, Worth 35 Cents On Any Market. We are sling hoinespuxis, ging hams, outings, and dress goods at prices which AOiould certainly de imiand your attention. \Ve are offering a nice line of geuts, and bovs hats and caps very cheap. Our one dollar :n ha!is vert:tuly a bargain. Remnemiber we kt- :A .ee ine o ad would like to t upie all.s Yai- nic~l.c before you buy. yor ulii'_ -i shoe is equal to any 1.Y shoe it narket. Call and ' i1 them at Rememuber we pay special atten tion to our grocery departiumIt and handle nothing the parest goods at the lowest eah prices possibl. We have a large lot of dried apple!s - on hand at only 10e. per pound. Yours for the cash, WV E. JENKiINSON. . on the bench of Southi C.rlma. Tihere io : e a : L l iaeInst:11:te onerst a n: . The Racket Store v nice lot (A chrstmas goods fo e o . The disp)ensiary :ti pci-i s one of the qnietest and busiest pil:esi tho town. Trial Jastice Richbcrg, ofS....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 12 December 1894

CLEVELA,NJYS MESSAGE. THE FATAL FAULTS OF OUR AWK- cu WARD FINAkNCiAL SYSTEM. l,: State nI'ank-' necomlkt(u.end and thiont ri1 Issue D el& -.secretary Carlisle's s Plan to nenider the c(urrency Ma' 1le: Ible Endorsed by the President. WNSUIN(.TON, Dec. 5.--The follow- 'V ing is a synopsis of President Cleve- t land's Message which was sent to Con- ec gress on last Mondav: To the Congress of the United States: im The assemblage within the nation's t1 lezislative halls of those charged with fr the duty of miking laws for the bene- 2: fit of a generous and free people, i- C: pressively suggests the exactimg obli- 7" gation anid inexorable responsibility d4 involved in their task. At the thresh- ii old of such labor now to be under- ii taken by the Con'ress of the United & States, and in the discharge of an ex ecutive duty enjoined by the Consti- d tution containing a brief statement of a: the condition of our national affairs c and recommending such legislation w as seems to me...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 19 December 1894

VC L. X.MNIG. S. C.. WE DNES DAYq IECEMBR19184NO2. A HOT IEMBATE IN THE SENATE OVER THE CONSTI TUTIONAL CONVENTION. Barnwell as a Balm Auent and Sloan's Soothing Syrup-The Election to be Held in March and the Convention in July. CoLurIA, S. C.. Dec. 11.-The po litical bitterness of the past was thought to be dead in the senate but it was re vived today with a whoop and has been the sensation in Columbia since. The fact is that there were red hot times in the sul-nn precincts of this dignified body. The row arose over an amendment to the constitutional convention bill, which was a special order in the senate. The amendment was by Senator Finley and was to have the ballot boxes in full view of the public. Senator Wilson objected to the amendment, saying that he did not think there was a necessity for changing the election laws. Elections good enough for senators are good enouoh for delegates to the constitu tiona convention. Senator Barnwell followed. He dis claimed any intention of d...

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

TIHM MANN1G TIMES. 1 LOUIS APPELT, Editor. Wednesday, December 19, 1S94. Pe-ce Without Sacrifice. The Columbia State of the 17th instart will have it that "The Man ning Tines, which may be consid ered the best reflector of Congress man McLaurin's views," is afraid to come out and name the "pie-hunters and place-grabbers" it referred to in its last issue. We desire to inform the State that the editor of this paper does not wait to learn the views of Congressman McLaurin or anybody else, but should his views meet with the approval of Congressman Mc Laurio, it is a source of gratification to know it. In our editorial of last week we ex pressed the hope that the people would come together and we are sin cere in that hope. We do not pro pose to go back to find who is re sponsible for the division among the people, but we are going to make our tight to restore peace in the ranks of the white Democracy in this State, and we will succeed if not thwarted in our purpose by extremists who - wi...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 19 December 1894

THE MANNG TIES. Wednesday, December]19, 1894. CHRISTMAS BARGAINS. We Expect to Offer Some Big Bargains to Our Customers from Now Until Christmas. We have been selling goods very cheap all the fall, bat now we expect to sell them cheaper than ever to close out our fall stock. Come and give us a chance and we will cer tainly please you. We are headquarters for nice ap ples, oranges, eocoanuts, raisins, cit ron. and currants. Remember we have a nice lot of dried apples and strawberry jelly at only 10 cents per pound. We have on hand a large lot of fine crackers. If you want to buy them cheap, give us a call. Just received, a large lot of pure fanev candv. We have a nice line of boys' and gents' hats that we are offering very Aheap. If you want a bargain in all-wool Jeans and all kinds of dry goods, give us a call. Yours for a Merry Christmas, W. E. JENVKINSON. The Metroplitan police bill has passed the- Senute. The Times wishes its friends a merry it~mmy Christmas. Tkcre will be a tour...

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

CARLiSLE E IM RIE - STATEMENTOF HIS POINTS BEFORE THE HOUSE COMMITT E~xitanati-oU of t0"' 1:~ ~ttr~" H&' Plan of Carre,-WN ~ ('~* to Ques-tiOnLS From l embers of the Con mut tee. W~5ism'.ro. Dec. 10u.--Sumdin at the foot of the long table in thn'e ways I and meanis connittee rwm of the House this morning.Secretary Carlisle explained in detail to the banking and currener committee the plhm recoi mended by him for the new ba king law. All of the seven-teen memessof the coimittee exept iOur-Biack of lili nois. Brosius of Pe1msyivania. Haugh en of Wisconsina lirs of Ken tucky, were in their seats as early as 10 o'clock, the hour for which the hearing was called. Culberson of Texaswho had been detained at hone by reason of illness in his famill y. hur ried to Washington to atten( toda's meeting. The hearing attracted a ae nm-a ber of rel.te.ntatives in addition to the memberst f the committee. Anionr those present were Wilson of W est Virginia, Hooker of New York. Sinod qrass of Kent...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 26 December 1894

VOL. X. MANNING, S. C., WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 9, 1895. NO. 24. SOME OF THE NEW LAWS PASSED AT THE LATE SESSION OF THE STATE LEGISLATURE. The Full Text of the Metropolitan Police Law as Finally Passed-The Law telat Ing to "Scotch" Mortgagees. Below is given the act for the ap pointment of a Board of Police Com missioners, etc., in cities and towns of not less than 1000 inhabitants, and popularly known as the "metropoli tan police act." Section 1. That on and after the pas sage of this act, whenever the Gov ernor, the Secretary of State and the Comptroller General shall deem it ad visable or necessary for the better and more perfect government of any city and incorporated twon in this State of more than 1,000 inhabitants, a board composed of the Governor, Secretary of State and the Comptrol ler General shall appoint a Board of Police Commissioners, to consist of three members. for 'such city or incor porated town. Such coimissioners shall have been qualified electors and freeholders of s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 26 December 1894

THE MANNIMG TIMES ~~~ai~ag93. C% LOUIS APPELT, Editor. Wednesday, January 9, 1895. We return thanks to Senator But ler and Congressman McLaurin for valuable public documents. South Carolina will be represented at the Atlanta exposition. Governor Evans has already appointed the del egates without regard to factional politics. The Sumter Freeman has given up its semi-weekly addition, and is now edited solely by Col. J. J. Dargan, who is a very strong writer, bnt he will get wrong in his arguments and takes great delight in "eating taters on a pine bark." President Cleveland and Senator D. B. Hill have at last shaken hands and are now friends again. Senator Hill dined with the President last Thursday night. If all the rest of the Democratic leaders would come together the Democratic party might recover its recent losses. The Governor is going to reduce the force of dispensary constables and give the cities and towns an opportunity to show their faith by their works. If they enforce the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 26 December 1894

THE MNNING TIMES. CHlEAP C.I STORLE. Will Se:1 Ou0'111iy i'li.re MIAc of Dry Gotods, shoe-s, llaIN :md:; Ntions Now on land at Aniingly Low Cash Prices. (ive ;ie a Trial and I WVill Prove it. A beautiful line of nice dress gting hams at the very low price of ; e. per yard. A nice line of oitings at S.e. per yard. A very desirble line of all wool Jeans at 25c. per yar(l. It you want doniest i- dry goods of any kind be sure to give me a call and you will get them eheap. Remember we have just received a nice variety of fresh garden seeds. Be sure to give ue a call when you want anv. A nice lot of dried apples on hand and we are selling them very cheap only 10c. per pound. Nice fresh fruit jelly. only Sc. lb. Remember, Old Tray is the largest and best plug of tobacco you ever bought for 5 cents. Try it and you will buy again. I wish to extend many thanks to my friends for the hearty support they have given me in the past four months and humbly ask a continu ance of same. Will al-.vays s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 26 December 1894

AN ABANDONLI ('11. REV. DR. TALMAGE AMONG TrIE PAL ACES OF INDiA. Three Thing. to See at the Ancient City of Delhi - Tke C:eLhinre Cate-The Paliace of the Mogui.--A odace of Amber-The Clock of Time. BRooKLYN. Dec. S'.-Continning his series of round the world sermons through the press, Rev. Dr. Talmage today chose for his subject Palaces in India," the tect being Aimos iii, 10. "Who store up violence and robbery in their palaces." In this day, when vast sumis of money are being given for the re demption of India. I hope to i!lcrease the interest in that great country anui at the sane time draw for all cIasses of our people practical lessons, and so I present this fifth sermon in tile round the world series. We step into the ancient capital of India. the mere pronunciation of its name sendiig: thrill through the body, mimi am soul of all those who have ever reaI its stories of splendor and disaster ad prowess-Delhi. Before the first historian inre his first word ie clay or ezl Iii r's...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 2 January 1895

VOL. X. MANNING, S. C., WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 16 189 NO. 25. GOLD AM) SIMER. AVERY ABLE AND EARNEST PLEA FOR A BIMETALIC STANDARD. Col. L W. Youmans Gives the Free Silver Side-An Able amd Very Interesting Ex position of the Questio:-e Sutre and Read It. To the Editor of The State: In mv last article I proved from the record that by calling for three inter national conferences to rehabilitate silvei, and by her own declarationsas voiced by her several delegations in these conferences, that the United Steies admitted that the denial of free mintage of -silver had cut off one-half of the money supply: that this sup pression of .one-half of the intrinsic money 6f. the State would produce a ru inous contraction; which would lower wages, depress the price of all the pro ducts of labor and by doubling the burdens of-all debts, taxes and fixed charges, .verwhehning debtors, stag nate trade and. paralvze industry. This position of t'he United States was pretty well confirmed by the Euro pean de...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 2 January 1895

THE MANNING TIMES. LOUIS APPELT, Editor. Wednesday, January 16, 1S93. The great topic among the news paper fraternity is the coming con stitutional convention, and with- few exceptions all agree that the conven tion should be a non-factional body. We regard this a good sign, and that the day is not far off when there will be a general pulling together for the good of the State. This is as it should be and if faithfully carried out the upheaval we have been having the past four years will finally prove to be for the best. It is suggested in last 31onday's News and Courier by its able Colum bia correspondent that each'punty select one representative from each faction, to meet in Columbia "to go over the ground and come to some areement as to the election of dele gates." We agree with the plan offered by this correspodent, and be lieve that a conferance so selected would devise a plan by which both factions could agree and thus save the Democratic party from being torn asunder by selfi...

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