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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 13 March 1895

TEMANNIG T13MB Wednesday, March 6, 1895. e a CHEAP TOBACCO. - We Keep a Splendid Line of Farmers' Staple Tobaccos and at Prices That Will Knock Out the Hard Times. -"Old Dog, Tray," a plug tobacco 9 inches long and 3 inches wide, for only 5 cents per plug or 25 cents per C pound. The best tobacco and the fl quickest seller ever came to this t town. b The "Blue Bird," a 9x3 plug, a very bright and attractive tobacco, only 7 cents per plug or 30 cents per pound. This certainly is a bargain for the 2 0 money. b Our Champion, a plug of tobacco 12 inches long and 3 inches wide, at only 10 cents per plug or 35 cents per , und. This is a rapid seller and a out everything before it. h 'Bonnie Kate, a 9 in. 4 tobacco for 0 1only 0c. per plug or 40 cents per lb. This is a splendid peice of goods and will guarantee it to give satisfaction or money returned. I take special pride in offering Bonnie Kate to the public as it is something worth rec- b omnmending. We ofer the very best grade flour 0...

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. — 13 March 1895

TRIAD OF TROUBLES. REV. DR. TALMAGE PREACHED ON BE - NAIAH'S GREAT COURAGE. The Christian May Overcome Sin and Mis fortune by the Sword of the Spirit. The Lion of Bereavement-The Harbor of Heaven. NEw YoRK, Feb. 24.-Continued winter storms seem to have no effect in diminishing the great audiences that gather every Sunday in and around the Academy of Music. Today the crowds were as. large as ever, and the spacious Academy was packed from t to dome long before the services Dr. Talmage took forhis sub t "A Snowy Day" the text selected 'ng I Chronicles xi, 22, "He went down and slew a lion in a pit in a snowy day." Have you ever heard of him? His name was Benaish. He was a man of stout muscle and of great avoirdupois. his father was a hero, and he inherit ed prowess. He was athletic, and there was iron in his blood, and the strongest bone in his body was back bone. He is known for other wonders besides that of the text. An Egyptian five cubits in stature, or about 7 feet 9 inches high, ...

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. — 20 March 1895

LOL. . MANNING S. C., WEDNESDAY, MARCH 13, 1895. NO. 33. GOV. EVANS TALKS. WHAT HE HAS TO SAY ABOUT THE CONVENTION MUDDLE. The Agreement Signed at the Recent Con ference--How lie Would Bring the Whites Together-The Mississippi Plan Advocated. CoLr-BIA. MarchS.-The following is an-interview had with Gov. Evans on the Constitutional Convention question as published in the State yes tei-day.- The Governor prefaced what he hid to say as follows: "I suppose you expected to find me married according to the plans of the press. Well, I am not. I am sorry to say, but I think that my case is not hopeless. I saw a great many attrac tive young ladies, but they were in the great many educational colleges of Philadelphia. New York, Brooklyn and Boston, fitting themselves in the art of domestic economy to become proper helpmeets of man. We have gained a great deal of information as to the Industrial School for Women. and I am sure will be enabled to save the State thousands of dollars in the prope...

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. — 20 March 1895

THE MAINGI TIES. wranan -1n, . CeP LOUIS APPELT, Editor. Wednesday, marcb 18, 1895. The dispensary law is now fully headed for the United States supreme court. Judge Simonton in a decis sion yesterday declared the law to be unconstitutional. An appeal will be taken right away for a final settle ment of this vexed question. In the meantime the State constables will make good hauls from those who will order liquor from beyond the State. There are a few calamity howlers who have taken up an idea that to favor granting to Conservatives, rep resentation in the constitutional convention means a jeopardizing of all the Reformers have fought for. This is the idea Senator Irby would like to have us believe, but the Reform movement educated the masses and they can clearly see that we cannot continue in strife. The non-factional idea is fast gaining ground, because it is just, and ex pedient, and the only safe plan, when we consider the black cloud hovering over us and the number of white men ...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 20 March 1895

THE MANNING TIMES. Wednesday, March 13, 1895. . NEW SPRIG 60DS. At Hard Time Prices, and What We Mean By Hard Time Prices is That We Are Selling Cheaper Than Ever Before for the Cash. We take pleasure in announcing to our many friends and customers that we have now in stock a beautiful and well selected stock of spring dress goods and notions; a nice line of gents', ladies', and misses' shoes; a large line of gents', boys', and chil dren's, hats and caps; and we special ly invite the public to call and inspect our line of general merchandise be fore making their spring purchases, as it is our aim to save them money if they ccme with the cash. . Remember we have now in stock a nice line of fresh garden seed and a large lot early rose seed potatoes. * A new lot of fresh and very pretty dried apples only 10c. per lb. Remember that "Old Dog, Tray" plug tobacco is as popular as ever, 5c per plug or 25c per lb. When you want good staple tobac co very cheap for the cash go to Jenkinson's a...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 20 March 1895

UTNOCCUPIED FJELES REV. DR. TALMAGE'S SUCCESSFUL WORK iN NEW YRK. ie Says' in Ini seriLjo1 Thar HeIN' GA. to 'Work onj New ~ra That Do",r Not in terfere With Others--Tho Cavalry - vice. NEW YonK. March 3.-Public inter est in the services -it the Academv of Music is solething phenemenal. Al though the arrangement is an innova tiom in religious methods in New York, both as to time and place. there is no chnrch in the city to which so I many people go or where so much eagerness to secure admission is dis played. The usual immense audience was present this afternoon to hear the famous preacher. Dr. Talmage's sub ject was -New Ground" and his text Romans xv, 20. "Lest I should build upon another man's foundation." After, with the help of others, I had built three churches in the sanie city, and not feeling called upon to under take the superiuman toil of building a fourth church Providence seemed to point to this place as the field in which I could enlarge my work. and I feel a sense of ...

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. — 27 March 1895

void. ~:.' .~ MxNNIN, .~S. ~., "WEDNESDAY,. -_A~t "20.1 '184K, ~ ..NO TILE RULE -OF TE RWLE.. MURDEROUS M98. MIG.TY NEW 0RLEANS. - reo Laborera Buwhe rd While at Work FpoS ShIp9-Cowirdly Polle Skulk in Cor1ers-Weak o4cri;Ina mceers. NE ORLE.cNs, March 12.-There were ten seperate knd distinct-riots here today both prolnbly resultiir from the sae plan. Oine occurred on'tuhe river front near -the French mar-et. h hi n eer was'loading -heepe sp flLL for verpoo. Th& other oc-mrred abou our ailes distant, in. th~e direc tion Carrollton,.at the foot of Phil p t. Onlv one man,- William - Ogm 11, colored, was killed in the lat air. The names of the dead ai-e 4ollows: - aWm Catipbel, colored, James aCrr. an4 two unknown-negroes - .whogve not been identged. Ttwo ~~ ded aie:' Jaties. A. Bane, of the steame Engineer, dan v wounded. Henry Broin. col. recover; Leoh'ar Mallard. oesince died -.Tire P sen, col ored, yrecov:is olored w vdr; Billy Williams, colored. Mwi ver:Frank Lighthall, colored...

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. — 27 March 1895

TE ANIG TIMS 3 M 30m1-rlig . C% LOUIS APPELT, Editor. Wednesday, March 20, 1895. Whatis the meaning of theColumbia State's endorsement of the "Forty"? Has it any signifieance? Is there a finegItalian hand in it? Dargan preach ingbrotherly love to the negroes,Gon. zales charging the State administa tion with defrauding the negroes out of their rights and offering to test the matter in the federal courts, andnow urging that his followers go in with the "Forty." Has Mr. Gonzales forgotten that the "Forty" are called together as members of an organization which he does not affili Ste with, and what ever action they may take shall be subject to the ap proval of the regular Democratic or ganization? The "Forty" have ex tended their invitation to Democrats not simply to white men and the past four years have- produced a small number of white men that are not Demaocrats and they should be self respecting enough to keep out of where they are not wanted. The "Forty" want- no conference with P...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 27 March 1895

y, March 20, 1895, GOODb CHEAt-. es Wo ye the Cash to Spend this Spring - Do WeU to Give Us a Call, r We eaNie Lse of Goods, and we Ia to Se Them and Sell nClarendon County: y not here to make idle gh the columns of this no intentions of proving ba e are here ready to prove mance we make, and do e article we advertise, and the prices quoted. uline of 36 inch dress - all the spring shades at 20c. yard. ut 'ol line of laces and silks t6- the above. line of muslins, lawns, and at very close prices. Call 4hem. u want a nice cheap bat, give We will please you. a have a nice line of children's y' cape from 15 to 25:. each. * carry as nice line of chewing as any house in town, and mind that we sell it cheap. you want flour, sugar, coffee er n, give Jenkinson a call. He eavor to give you an hoiest Yours truly, W. E. JENKINSON. ery Democrat be out next Satur da verybody come to the mass meeting bext Saturday. colege ha now 328 students N are new boys. is v scarce and in order to get ut a lot...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 27 March 1895

V. DR.'TAL1AGE 'DISCOURSES ON n HEAVENLY MANNA. ~b'ourilinient Not ~eded in Spir altatioh-'uidc Forms Lar art of the Seraphic Menn. NDW YORK. 2-rach 10. Amn'uI the ousands who g-reeLed Rev. Dr. TaV Ige in the Acadeilly of Music this ernoon were a Large number of -angers from distant- parts of the .Un 1. At the close of the services the avngg pla -i ID gerrontby enu6 h bglg fo M iAn drinarf izd CMA intent on shaking hands with him. e subject of discourse for the after on was "*, Sraphic Diet," the text lected being!Psalms lxxviii* 25z &an did eat angels' food." Somewhat risky woild be the un rtaiing to tell'just what was the madi E&tllito'th Iirealites in the ilderness. of what it was made and o made it,, Themanna was called Lges' food, but why so called? Was because it came from the place here angels live. or because angels epounded it, or because angels did tit, or because it was good enough rangels? On what crystal platter Masit carried to the door of heaven id then thrown...

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. — 3 April 1895

S.-x-KKiia C. WFDNESDAY~ MARfoi 27, 1895. NO._______35.___ SILVER AN IDEAL MONEY. IT IS THE BEST CONTINUOUS MEAS URE OF VALUES. Gold Shown to Be Four Times as Subject to Fluctuation-What Silver Has Done for Mexico-The Metals Compared on Their Merits--Goldbng Delusions. Does justice require that silver be remonetized on the old ratio of 16 to 1? Let us bring this issue to a plain test of facts right at the start, and to that end I beg leave to take a case in which I am personally interested and which is but a type of many thous ands. My home is in a town of some 2,000 people in the Wabash valley, in a region singularly blest by nature in climate, timber. coal, rock and water, and with a soil fruitful in all the pro ducts of the middle temperate zone. There I own a little real estate, and every fact herein given is within my gersonal knowledge and can be veri by the records. Several years ago the county bonded itself heavily to build a jail and courthouse and for other purposes, and s...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 3 April 1895

TIM XMIG TMES8 LOUIS APPELT, Editor. Wednesday, March 27, 1895. The counties that elected more than three delegates to the Columbia conference did wring as the call was for only three. Edgefield made a hog of her self by electing six dele gatee 'Tis a pity that decency can not be regarded even by politicians. It is said that Governor Evans has been beseiged by about ten applicants for the place of clerk of court, made va cant by the death of Col. Graham. Any man who seeks to go to the constitutional convention by appeal ing to factional prejudices is no friend to the people, He is simply wanting to gratify his ambition and when that is done he is done. Watch him! Often have we urged the building of some kind of manufacturing in dustry and as yet uo response has come. Do our people not see that we are fast losing a golden oppor tunity? Are we to let our neighbor ing towns go on and grow up while we are standing still? Take the mat ter of a canning factory; very little capital is requ...

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

THE XANUNG TMES. Wednesday, March 27, 1895. THE CASH IS WANTED. We Offer Big Bargains for the Cash and We Are Sure to Please You. Just received, 800 lbs. of fresh and very fine evaporated apples, at only 10e per lb, worth 12c on any market. Just arrived, a lot of very fine early rose seed potatoes, and we also have a lot of seasonable garden seeds. Remember that we carry a nice and well selected line of dry goods, and we wish it also remembered that we sell them very cheap for the cash. When you want as good felt hat as you ever saw for $1.00, come with the cash and we will sell it to you. A nice lot children's caps at only 15e each. Beat it if you can. Old Dog Tray plug tobacco is still in the lead, only 5e per plug, 25c per lb. When you want to buy sugar, cof fee, bacon, lard, or anything in the grocery line, give us a call and we will give you rock bottom prices ev ery time. Yours for the cash, W. E. JENKINSON. -Captain W. S. Briggs, of Sumter, was in Manning yesterday. -Mrs. Hay...

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. — 3 April 1895

UNHAPPILY MARRIED. REV. DR. TALMAGE PREACHES UPON AN IMPORTANT SUBJECT. Sturdy Blows in Behladrf i e omw a Against thr Dissolutene- oioIdern So ciety-.Wholesale "'ivoc'" ondeied. The Blesa.d 3.1ri"ge state. N EW YORK,. March 1i .-Po-v. Dr.' Talmage chose as the sub ject >f his af ternoon sermon in the Acaden y of Music today a topie ot national inter est--viz, --Wholesale i:vorce. The great audience repeatedly showed its appreciation of the seniments express ed by the reverend sgeaker. and his sturav blows in behaLaf of the protec tion 6f the household and against the dissoluteness of modern society were received with marked appreciation. The text selected was 'Matthew xix, 6, "What, therefore',God hath joined to gether let not man put asunder." That there are huadreds and thous ands of infelicitous homes in America no one will doubt. If there were only one skeleton in the closet, that might be locked up and abandoned. but in many a household there is a skeleton in the hallway an...

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. — 10 April 1895

VOL. X. MANNING, S. C., WEDNESDAY, ARPIL 10, 189. NO. 37. THE COTTON ACREAGE. A SWEEPING REDUCTION ALL OVER SOUTH CAROLINA. Estimates of the Reduction of Cotton Acreage for 1893. Varying from Teu Per Cent. to One Bundred Per Cent. CHLRLEsTON, April 4.-The News and Courier, on the 18th inst., sent to many of its special correspondents throughout the State the following circular: Charleston, March 18. 1895. My Dear Sir: Please send the News and Courier for publication not later than the 1st of April an estimate of the probable cotton acreage in your county. as compared with the acreage last year. I am informed that in some of the counties of the Pee-Dee section the acreage will be reduced from 30 to 50 per cent. as compared to last year, ane we wish to give as fully as possible an estimate of the acreage for the whole State. ABBEVILLE. ABBEVILLE, April 1.--Interviews with a number of our farmers upon the reduction in cotton acreage t his yearshow that numbers of them will plant the sa...

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. — 10 April 1895

THE MANNING TIMES. LOUIS APPELT, Editor. Wednesday, April 10, 1S95. A Landlord Boom. We can now breath easy, since the United States supreme court has de clared the income tax unconstitution al. Those of us who have money to invest certainly should be thankful for having in the highest legal trib unal, men who will protect our wealth, and save us from being taxed like poor men who must toil, sweat and pay tribute to rua this govern ment of ours, while we live on in ease and luxury and not become con taminated by mingling with poor people at a tax collectors office. This is a glorious country, why shall we seek other climes? We have here the privilege of amassing great wealth, it matters not how, and as soon as we reach the notch where we need no longer work to support our families the government exempts us from taxation unless we foolishly place our investments in such things as land or manufacturing industries or some other enterprise that will give em ployment to human beings to k...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 10 April 1895

xHE MNIG T MSm Wednesday, April 10, 1895. -VOODS MUST BE SOLD. We Sell for the Cash and We Sell Cheap - We put on no Extra Proilt for Losses. Just received a large lot of gent's and boy's straw hats, come and give us a trial. We will please you. We have just - received our last siipment of evaporated apples for this. season. Call and get what you want, fresh and nice only 10 cents per pound. - -We are headquarters for all kinds of fancy candies. C.ildren, come with your pennies and nickles and buy your candy from us. :'We have in stock a beautiful line of spring dry goods at prices within the reach of all. Give us a call and we will show you t hat we intend to 8 1. cheap. A nice line gents', ladies', and nuisses', shoes, .it very close prices. A very nice button shoe for ladies, only $1, worth $1.50. - A beau*iful line children's caps, at only 15 a n. each. When you want a nice, cheap smoke, give us a call. We baye Old Chunk, and Old North State, two brands of cheroots that don't fa...

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. — 10 April 1895

ON THE GOSPEL SHIP. REV. DR. TALMAGE DRAWS A LESSON FOM THE ARK. 6ift of Salvation Through Christ-A Sure Defence In Time of Troubie-The Load stone of a .oi Fearing Life. NEW YoRK, March 3.-Although his oratorY is all times magnetic and eloquent,' there is one theme with which, whenever he makes it the groundwork of his sermon, Dr. Tal mage never fails to communicate to his auditors the enthusiasm he himself feels. That theme is the'gospel invita tion, and when, this afternoon, he took for his subject "The Gospel Ship" the great audience that crowded the Academy was in full sympathy. The text selected was Genesis vi, 18, "Thou shalt come into the ark, thou and thy sons and thy wife and thy sons' wives with thee." In this day of the steamships Lucania and Majestic and the Paris I will show you a ship that in some respects eclipsed them all and which sailed out, an ocean underneath and another ocean falling upon it. Infidel scient ists ask us to believe that in the fornia tion of the e...

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. — 17 April 1895

X.MANNING, S. C. WEDNESDAY., ARPIL 17, 1895. 38 INCOME TAX ')ECISION. CHIEF:.JUSTICE FULLER DELIVERS TrfE OPINION OF THE COURT. The Court Decides that . ';ation on In comes from State or Municipal Bonds or from Real Estate is Unconstitutional Bow te Court Stands. WiAqiNGT0d, April 10.-The an nour.ement of the decision of the Su preme Court of the United .States in the inconie. tax cases. Mndai was made in the presence of a crowded court room. the spectatoreJobby being throiged to its itmost capacity. Pub lic interest in- the case has drawn an attendance everv decision day since the argumentc took place that has tax ed the po*er. and ingenuity of the officia-ls to cais for. Among those within tberail today were Attorney Genekid ~~y, Assistant Attorney Generat Whitnev- and Mr. W. D. Guthrie, .of,New'York, who took part in the .argunent: Mr. J. M. Wilson, of W himgton, ofcounsel, for J. G. Moore,'whb sdught in an injunction to restralii Internal Revenue Commis sioner Miller from procee...

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. — 17 April 1895

THE XMIG TIMES. wrann-In 3Mil - LOUIS APPELT, Editor. Wednesday, April 17, 1895. Let Spain and Cuba fight, it will not hurt us nor help us. All that we must look out for is to prevent a con flict among ourselves on the public questior.s now agitating the people. It is said that George Gould pre sented his sister who recently mar ried a French :count, with a coronet that cost $40,000 and on the day of her marriage four deaths from starv ation occured near the Gould man sion. Is comment necessary? If the Government would issue enough money that business could be done for cash, it would be the means of giving the unemployed labor, and we would hear of no strikes, train robberies and other crimes that are now being chronicled every day in the newspapers. The income tax business doe's not appear to be settled yet, and it may be that we rejoiced too soon. An effort is being made for a re-hearing of the matter and if successful those of us that have our coffers filled with gold, bonds, and...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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