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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 2 January 1895

THlE MANM TIlMeS Wednesday, January 16, 1895. A GRlEAT (AMPAI(Di. Goods Will be Sold at Very, Very Close Margins In Order it Put I hem Into the Ilands of Everybly. We have decided to open a cam paign against the hard times and ask the public at large to assist us in making it a successful one by taking advantage of the bargains we shall offer them from now until the close of the summer, and when I say.. bar gains I mean all that the word con veys. For the cash we will sell a splendid bbl. flour for only -3.00. For the cash we will sell the X X X olive branch .flour for only $3.50. For the cash we will sell the premium, the best flour the market can afford for only $3.85. ,For the cash we will sell you Old Tray, a plug of tobacco, 3x9 inches, for only 5 cents per plug or 25 cents per pound, beat it i you can. For the cash we will sell you our Chain pion, a plug of of tobacco 3x12 inches, for only 10 cents per plug or 35 cants per pound. If you want to have fine gardens and make a ple...

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. — 2 January 1895

AN IMPORTANT LA W. THE ACT CALUNG A CONSTI rtUTION AL CONVENTION. Fuli Text of the Law Caning the Coiven tion Which i.. to Change the Organic Law of the State. Below is given in full, with all of the amendments, the act which. per haps, of all others passed by the re cent Legislature, is of greatest mo ment to the people of this State, viz: "The act to provide for the calling of a constitutional convention and to provide for qualification of electors, registration of voters," etc. Whereas,by the Constitution of this State it is provided that "whenever two-thirds of the members elected to each branch of the General Assembly shall think it necessary to call a con vention to revise, amend or change this Constitution, they shall recom mend to the electors to vote at the next election for representatives for or against a constitution; and if a major ity of all the electors voting at said election shall have voted for a con vention, the General Assembly shall at their next session provide...

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. — 9 January 1895

VOL X. MANNING, 5. C., WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 23, 1893. NO. .26. 7UTTER ANLb CHEESE. HOW.TO MAKE THE DAIRY PROFITA EEAND'E1NRICH THE FARMER. Professor Hart Tells the Way to Start a Cheese and )Mut-ter Factory-Wise and Tbiiely ,ugge.titn---A Way to Get Value from'Cows. Bef6re establishing any enterprise it is at first,.necessary to find out if the requisite.conditions are present to en sure-its.-maintenance. For any manu facturing enterprise, plenty of raw material inust be in sight before a foundation-stone is laid. A creamarv or cheise factory is no exception to this rule, as many neighborhoods where large - and costly creameries have been erected have found out to their cost. Before building a creamery or cheese ,acAtgry the milk of a suffi cieinuimtibe- *of good cows should be pledged for a year or more. .In prac tice, it has been found that three hun drel.c.ows. -within three niiles of the facipry. are as few as will ensure a successful business. To pay the runni e' epenses of a hun...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 9 January 1895

THE XMNIG TIMESj LOUIS APPELT, Editor. Wednesday, January 23, 1895. cLaurin Turns Loose The Dogs of War. Another letter has been given to the newspapers by Congressman John L. McLaurin, which causes some people to ask, "What is the matter with MeLaurin?" We have carefully read the letter, and find it is in accord with the views held by McLaurin for a long time There is no change of position, nor anything in it that warrants the sur mise that McLaurin is apologizing to, or tiying to make fair weather with the opposition faction. In an editorial published some weeks agc under the head, "The Dawn o Peace," we took a similar position, and cautioned the friends of the Re form movement against the greedi ness of political pirates who are on board of the Reform ship for the car go she carries; and subsequent event has shown that our words of warn ing was not without basis, as is seer by the action of that delegation whc waited upon the proprietor of the Columbia Register and demandec the r...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 9 January 1895

County Government Organized. The county government was to-day or ganized by Supervisor C. R. Felder. The meeting was held in the court-room. A number of townships were not represented, which will necessitate extra work for the supervisor to get all of the township boards complete. Mr. E. D. Hodge. of Plowden's Mill, was chosen secretary. The following chairmen were chosen for their respective township boards: T. J. Tisdale, Sammy Swamp; I. N. Tobias, St. Mark's; Geo. I. Lesesne. St. James; Santee, T. C. Owens; Sandy Grove, W. T. Kennedy; Harmony. W. 3. Hudnal; Manning, J. F. Bradham; Mt. Zion, J. M. Stradge! Midway, J. C. Baker; New Zion, A. T. Buddin; Plow den's Mill, E. D. Hodge; Brewington. J. H. Johnson; Calvary, D. F. Lide; Concord, J. S. Watts. Dr. W. E. Brown was elected poor house physician, and Mr. S. L. Stead ham, superintendent of the institution. Messrs. J. M. Strange, J. F. Bradhaw, and T. J. Tisdale were appointed a committee to look alter the poor house. Supervisor Fe...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 9 January 1895

THE ISLE'OF PALMS. WORK OF CHRISTIAN M;SSIONARIES - IN CEYL:ON. Nature. Luxurianice Add- Weig1ht to tile Belief that it I- the site of thw Gzarden of Eden-christianity 3niat Triumph' Over Hilto superstitiion. .BROOKLYN. .Jan. 13.-Iln continuing his series of round the world sermons tirough the press the Rev. Dr. Tal mage today choosef or his subject"Cey lon,. the Isle of Palms," the text se lected being. "The ships of Tarshish first," (Isaiah 1x. 9.) The Tarshish of my text by many commentators is supposed to be the island of Ceylon. upon which the seventh sermon of the round the world series lands us. Ceylon was called by the Romans Taprobane. John Milton called it "Golden Cher senese." Moderns have called Ceylon "the isle of palms." "the isle of flow ers," "the pearl drop on the brow of India," "the ile of jewels," "the is land of spice," "the show place of the universe," "the land of hyacinth and ruby. In my eyes, for scenerv it ap peared to be a mixture of Yosemite and Yellowsto...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 16 January 1895

VOL. X. MANNING, S. C. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 26, 1894.N-2 BARBAROUS WARFARE. JAPANESE SLAY DEFENCELESS CHI N ESE UNMERCIFULLY. The War no Longer One of Civilization Against Barbarism-.apanese- Seem to Ha-e Relapsed Into Barbarism-Bfrave but Inefrectual Defense of Port Arthur. NEW ToRK. Dec. 19.-The World tomorrow will print the following special advices from its correspondent. James Creeman. who was with the Japanese army. dated Port Arthur. November 14. via Vancouver, Decem 19: "The struggle for the eniancipa tion of Corea has been suddenly turn ed into a headlong, savage war of conquest. It. is no longer a con flict between civilization and barbarism. Japan for the last four days has tram pled civilization under the feet of ber conquering army The taking of Port Arthur andthe possession of one of the most powerful strongholds in the world was too great a strain upon the Japanese character which.relapsed in a few hours back into the brutal state from which it was awakened. Almost the...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 16 January 1895

Civil Service Reform Matching On. Civil service reform is a by-word of re proach among the practical politicans of all parties. They hate it both in the abstract and in the concrete. and do not now and never have hesitated to express in terms more forcible than refined their utter contempt for civil service reform and civil servicee reformers. and yet in spite of the open op position of active spoilsmen and the in difference of the rank and file of partisans of all shades. Carl Schurz was able to state in his address before the Civil Service Re form League at Chicago on Wednesday that 50,000, or nearly one-half of the civil em ployees of the United States Government, are selected under civil serve rules, Coincident with the encouraging state ment of Mr. Schurz came the announce ment from Washington that the President had just issued an order extending the civil service regulations to the internal revenue service, adding in round numbers nearly 2,500 employees to the classified list....

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 16 January 1895

THE KANMlG T=S Wednesday, December26, 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, but 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 pies, oranges, cocoanuts, 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 eheap, give us a call. Just received, a large lot of pure fancy candy. We have a nice line of boys' and gents' hats that we are offering very cheap. If you want a bargain in all-wool jeans and all kinds of dry goods, give us-a tall. Yours for a Merry Christmas, - W. E. JENKINSON. Yourliame in Print. -ir. Jaws McDowell. of Davidson. is at home for the holidays. --Miss May Wilson, of Converse College, is spe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 16 January 1895

READS LIKE A NOEL. A FULL HISTORY OF THE BARRETT CONSPIRACY CASES. How the Facts Were Brought Out-Inter estiu Ceveiations :a to the AMute Attorney% Rascally Scheme--Ue is Caught up With at Last. CoLT2wBiA. 5. C., DeC. 18.-During the past week one of the most notable cases ever tried in Columbia. S. C., was con::luded in the United States Court-the Barrett postoffice conspiy acy case. It was one of the most not able cases of its kind ever tried in the South, indeed in this country. says the Columbia State. The parties on trial were Capt. C. P. Barrett, criminal lawyer, lately of Spartanburg; John S. Fisher, United States Commissioner and mayor of Tryon, N. C.,; A. J. Fisher, J. R. Bur dine, postmaster at Cowpens. S. C.; John T. Tillman, R. J. MeElrath post master at McElrath, S. C.: J. W. Owens, postmaster at Owens. S. C.: R. C. Wyatt. postmaster at Wyatt. S. C.; Clarence Lee. John M. Thompson. postmaster at Clifton. S. C.: ThonasJ. Hannon, John D. O'Bryant. postmas ter at Peak's S. ...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 23 January 1895

VOL. X. MANNING, S. C WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 2, 1895. NO. 23. WORK OF THE LAST DAY. THE WIND-IJPSESSION OF THE GEN ERAL ASSEMBLY. The House Backs Down from ItS Position Favoring Five Dollars Per Day-The Sen ate Has Its Way Also Abont the Appro priation Bill. CoLumBI. S. C., Dec. 25.-At 1:40 o'clock yesterday afternoon the G en eral Assembly of South Carolina end ed its sessionof 1894, both Houses ad jorning simultaneously a few min utes after Governor Evans had signed the general appropriation bill, and had notified the bodies of his action. Abouttwenty members of the House and about half a dozen Senators were in their respective halls when the mo Sons to adjourn were made and car ried. One by one the members had left the halls to take trains for their homes. In the House, for instance, only thirteen counties were represent ed at the wind up. Five of these bad one member holding out to the With the adjournment* went into history a session noted more for its heavy, hard and fast work tha...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 23 January 1895

THE MAlThIDTG TDMES. LOUIS APPELT, Editor. Wednesday, January 2, 1895. The year 1895 is now being en tered into, and all of us should re solve to makE this year surpass any of the past. Let us all feel that we are here breathing the same atmos phere, depending on each other to make life a pleasure, and work for the brightning of our future pros pects. We will be called upon be fore long to select men to represent us in a convention that is to change our constitution, and every voter should seriously take this matter into his mind and consider well before he casts his vote. He should select his representatives on their merits and not be influenced by the hurrahs of politicians. We want the constitution changed so that our people can get better school facilities where their children can at least get a primary 6ducation at home: We also want the consti tution changed whereby the State Government can be run with less ex pense in order that the now tax burdened people can get some relief...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 23 January 1895

ME NNG T So Wednesday, January 2, 1895. Tbere is a general disposition to plant loss cotton and uore grain this year among our farmers. Contable Jobn W. Hggins was called home from CiiMrlesAtoni o account of sick nes in hiq family. F. Barron Orier E.'.q. of the Kingntree bar was in manning on last Monday on professional buisine-s. The ounuty gover':-ient act went Into vffect yester4.a. and t'npervisor Felder will soon be on his roun.l4 Inoking after the needs of the eunhity. Vte regret to learn that Mr. 1.. 1. Parrott. stenograpoher of the t:iirl ein-it has lost his position. The l -e is t) be tillu-l by Ur Mixon of C. lumbia Rev. John 0. Gouawgii ;uosch in the Baptipt cburch n--xt .Su wrnng. The subject for -or:ai ior::tion will be "The Dange." Matt. 14:6 7. The tax collection lat. twen extended un ti! march 1st. lien(a uiber thte Inst day of Ftbruary will be your I ist chrace for pay ing taxes without extri colt. The young fo2k in the Fork section have had a jol!y tiviie attenaili...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 23 January 1895

FREE %SILVER 1)EFIAN:)EI THE MAiN H )? O THE SOUT H AND THE WEST. Col. Youmians. ElabortessmeoHi Idea. on 3Ionetary- Q1uetions, and Ar gues in Favor of the Whit e Metal. To the Editor of the State. In endeavoriii to ciply wi:h the request of your correspondent "MIore Than One" I shall at first :ttempt to meet your exceptions to my position on silver ts expressed in your issue of November 26th. In your editorial of that date you hold that the free and unlimited coinage of silver at the -ra tio of 16 to I should be entered upon only by international agi-eeiment. that its adoption by this country alone would reduce our monetary unit to a fifty cent standard, and that it being so regarded by the great trading na tions would be a disaster. The ies tion of international agreeient is al ways broached by the ad cocates of the gold standard. whenever the re mintage of silver is proposed. not that they have any idea of accompluig anything, for they know that is i possible: but it is advauced....

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 30 January 1895

-lot VOL.____ X.NIA-.,'rING - C. W- NED FEBRUARY 27, V85 __ O 1 TIIlJXAN INTERVIEWE. WeY HE ATTENDED A RECENT CON FERENCE IN COLUMBIA. What Was Agreed Upon by Those Who Were at the Conference--Equal Repre sentation in the Constitutional Conven vention of Both Factions. CoLmBa, S. C., Feb. 22.-Every one who has any eyes or ears has re alized that something important is go ing on in the political world. A good deal of what has been done has been known, but for obvious reasons noth ing could be said about it. There have been conferences and consultations Tetween various leaders of various factions, and rumor's tongue has been waggi to a considerable extent and no end of reports have been in circu lation. Whenever Senator Tillman comes to the cicy it is expected that there is something in it, and he was quite naturally a central figure to those who were doing the speculating. It was known that he and Governor Evans had a conference on Mondav night, lasting for several hours, with a numb...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 30 January 1895

LOUIS APPELT, Editor. Wednesday, February 27, 1895. It seems as if time has brought changes for the better. Four years ago the News and Courier was out of all socket with the masses and to day that great daily is leading in the work of reconciliation and in the encouraging of our farmers to make their bread and meat at home. The Columbia State and Sumter Freeman will persist in trying to keep the people divided. Some one ought to buy a box of matches for these two papers and turn them loose to go off to start a little one of there own and when they get there, if they can not get along in peace the Green ville News should be given two boxes and sent to keep them straight. We have endeavored to get the sentiment of this county as to the make-up of the constitutional con vention, and we have yetito meet a man who is opposed to a non-lac tional convention. Our talk has been entirely with Reformers and if a vote was taken to-morrow men of both factions would be selected. All that our peo...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 30 January 1895

THE MANNING TIXES. Wednesday, February 27, 1895. A Fresh Lot of Garden Seeds. The recent eold spell has killed out .H gardens planted up to that time, and in view of that we have ordered a nice assortment of new garden seeds, and are now ready to supply the public with any kind of garden seeds, irish potatoes, and onion sets at very low prices for the cash. We have now in stock the prettiest line of spring dress ginghams that was ever brought to the town for the low prices we are selling them at. If you want a nice, stylish, and cheap hat for' boys or gents, be sure to give us a call. The cheapest line of children and boys' caps ever offered for the'money from 15 cents up. When you want anything cheap in homespuns, calicos, and ginghams, give us a call and we will please you. We keep a choice line of fresh fam ily groceries at very low prices for the eash. Yours truly, W. E. JENKINSON. Your Name in Prinl. -Capt. Thomas Wilson, of Camp Ridge, was in town to-day. -Rev. S. A. Nettles, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 30 January 1895

LOCAL CURRENCY. AN IMPERATIVE NEED IN RURAL COMMUNITIES. Experience and Irractize in Great Britain. The U. S. Second Bank--Col. Younan' Convincing Argumnlt Against National curreney. To the Editor of The State: In my preceding articlis I have endeavored to show that oold is too searce to atone constitute tTie money of final redemp tion. That. as the money basis, it is entirely too narrow to sustaim a vol ume of circulation sufficient to :neet the requirements of increasing popula tions and ex-panding businessactivities: and that its failure to eiciently per form this function results in a coni parativE contraction of themoney vol ume, which disturbs property values, dislocates prices and produces that un certainty, apprehension and general distrust, which chills enterprise and investment, yzes industry and reads broadcast want and distress. tthe gold standard is most hazard ous for this country, first. because England, controlling about two bil lions of American securities, three fo...

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. — 6 February 1895

I ft VC)L. X. S. C.. WEDNESDA, JANUARY 30q 1895. NO. 27. PLAYJNG AT WAR. BATTLES THAT AMOUNT TONOTH ING MORE THAN SKIRMISHES. IDteresting Comparison of the Chineste Japanese War With the Late War Be tween the Confederate States and the United States. We ~are able-by this -time to study the fighting which has been going on between Japan and China, and to see how it compares with the 'bloody struggles-known to us through the civil war. Japan has been celebrat ing her victories over China, and she celebrates well, since nearly all the laurels- of the coitest have fallei to her. Yet it 4as been'a war singularly lackin- in battlts of the first class. The naval engagement off the Yalu was a really great encounter: but most of the fand fights would have ranked as little, more than skirmishes . in our war. -We read sometimes of desperate charges and stubborn de fences thatmid gt'seem to belong to an Antietam or a Gettysburg: but the story winds upwith a- tally of a dozen or a hundred- kille...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 6 February 1895

THE MANNIG TIMES* LOUIS APPELT, Editor. Wednesday, January 30, 1S95. Mexico is trying to have a little scrap with Guatemala. Let 'er roll, it won't hurt us. TLe McLaurin letter is being fully discussed by the newspapers in the State, and they all differ as to the effect the letter will have. We would suggest that the Attor ney General issue instructions to the various boards of county Commis sioners in order that they might understand their duties. Senator-elect Tillman favors the formation of a new party. He says the Democratic party under its pres ent leaders has failed to carry out its pledges, the Republican party is cor rupt, and the Populists are made up of cranks. The Columbia State in referring to our comments on the McLaurin let ter, says: The Manning Times had an editorial loaded with "semitic im agery." Perhaps so brother, but it affords us pleasure and relief to know that our editorial was not lor.ded with stiff-necked, high-church bigotry, and narrow-minded jack assedne...

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