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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 17 April 1895

Wednesday,. April 17, 1895. HONEST, OEALING. Honest doods and Honest Quali ty at Lowest Cash Prices is Our Motto, and Every One Who Deal .With Mjs Will Admit This. 1,000 yards shirting print calico, fSA elgrs, only 4c. per yard. -t 00 yards heavy brownbomespun, a bargain at 50., we only ask you 4c. %_Vatkhtiful line of efildren's straw hats from10er. to:50e.-each. Call and Aee tbm,. Abeautiful line of uents' :a-d utbs' straV hats from 15c. to l5e. each.. ... . f Di' .i. want to'buy erockbry 'gre-us a allI We have in stock a *eandful Tine of iron stone granite ware rhich we .offer at very low We have added to our line of to bacco... a -new brand called "It's Iod," at only 35c. per lb. In offer ing "It's Good" to 'the public we feel that we are. offering an honest piede of goods well worth.the money we ask for It, And a pie1e of -goods that-we feel sure our customers will be pleased with. Iteinernber that we-still keep Old Tray tobacco at 25c. per lb. .that can't; be beat for the 'We ...

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. — 17 April 1895

AT HEAVEN'S GATES. ANOTHER SERMON OF RARE POWER BY REV. DR. TALMAGE. Twelve Gates amd All ot l'earl-The Door keepers and the Password--k y-ew Word% About Bigotry and Secta&rianismu-S,-ome Rare Pearls. NEW YORx. April 7.-The bright spring weather has broulit still larg er crowds to the Sunday afternoon services conducted by the Rev. Dr. Talmage. He took for his subject to day "The Gates of Heaven," the text being Revelation xxi. 13: "On the east three gates: on the north three gates: on the south three gates; on the west three gates." The Cashmere gate of Delhi where converged a heroism that makes one's nerves tincle. the Lucknow gate still dented aia scarred with sepoy bom bardment, the Madeline gate, with its emblazonry in bronze, the hundred gates of Thebes, the wonder of centu ries, all go out of sight before the gates of my text. Our subject speaks of a great me tropolis, the existence of which manv have doubted. Standingon the wharf and looking off upon the harbor and seein...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 24 April 1895

VS. - T~ANING, S. C.. VEDNESDAY, MA Y 15, 1893.NO42 DOWN ON THE LAW. JUdGE GOFF'S VIEW OF OUR ELEC TION SYSTEM. He Holds it Violative of the Federal Con stituttor, and Therefore Vold- The Rich land Supervisor Enjoined--Dr. Pope's Motion Dismissed. COLUMBIA, May S.-Special: There was a great crowd in the Federal court room this morning- drawn there by the previous announcement that tfhere would be announced the decis Ions on all the questions brought be fore the court in the several cases ar gued before the judoes. Every seat was occupied, and ail the available standing room was also used; There were auite a number of negroes pres ent---these being, for the most part, of the more intelligent class. The room was well-filled some little time before the session of the court opened. .Promptly at 12 o'clock Judges Goff anid Simonton entered from their con sultation-room in the rear, and as cended to the rostrum where the seats are-provided for them. The marshal commanded, "Silence in cour...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 24 April 1895

THE AIM1 TIES. LOUIS APPELT, Editor. Wednesday, May 15, 1S95. The Columbia State's Leap. The Columbia State has for some time been keeping itself in a position to be ready to jump into the Repub lican camp whenever the opportun ity came, and now it seems that Judge Goff in his recent decision on the registration laws has opened the way for the State. In a long-winded editorial the State "rejoices" at what it terms the "downfall" of our regis tration laws, and in an editorial par agraph it advocates giving the negro minority representation. The State has a right to advocate anything it chooses, and the white men of this State have sense enough not to be gulled into the teachings of a news paper advocating the driving of an entering wedge into the trunk of our political tree, that has borne fruit upon which the supremacy of the white man has subsisted and was sustained ever since Wade Hampton made his grand march from the 'mountains to the sea. Is it not a pity that at this time, when...

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. — 24 April 1895

TEE MNNINGTIMES. Wednesday, May 15, 1895. SUBSCRIPTION....... $1 50 PER YEAI ALL WE ASK IS A TRIAL We Give You Honest Goods, Honesi Weights, and Honest Measure, and We Sell Only for the Cash Which leans That We Sell Very Cheap. We have just received a large lot of straw hats for farm use, and we are selling them out rapidly at 10 and 15 eents each. One will last you a year. Remember that we keep on hand a nice stock of dry goods all the time. Spring and summer cashmeres, white lawns and piques, all kinds of dress prints. We have just got in something over 200 gallons of very fine New Or leans molasses, only 30 cents per gal. Better prices for larger quantities. Remember that our stock of plug tobacco cannot be beat by any house In the county. Our 25c. and 35c. per 1b tobacco are bargains that just can't be beat. Give us a trial. Farmers, bring in your eggs. We will give you goods at the lowest cash prices for every one you bring to us. Yours truly, W. E. JENKINSON. Your Name in Prin...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 24 April 1895

A DISTURBIN FOR REV. DR. TALMAGE'S ELO'ZUENT SER MON ON THE CONSCIENCE. Christ Before Vilate--Ih' i't tof the StlI snialil vo:ce--Tie True Converiozl A Wash In tite (;Ioriuu Go-pt.i Liaer. 'ardoning 31ercy. NEW YORK. May 5.-Rlarely does any discourse hold an audience with such intense iaterest as did that which Rev. Dr. Talmage delivered this after noon in the Academy of Music. He chose for his subject "Conscience. the text selected being Matthew xxvii. 24: "He took water and washed his hands before the multitude. saying: I am innocent of the blood of this just person. See ye to it. At about 7 o'clock in the morning, up the marble -stairs of a palace, and across the floors of richest mosaic, and under ceilings dyed with all the splen dors of color, and between snowbanis of white and glistening sculpture. passes'a pooi-, p'ale, sick young man of 33, already. condemned to death. on his way to be condemned agaii. Jesus of Nazareth is his name. Coming out to meet him on this tes sellate...

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

7 P ~Creec7 y9 ivi VOL. X. AANNING. S. C.. WEDNESDAY, ARPIL 24, 1890.NO39 CLEVELMD ON CURRENCY A LETTER TO A CLUB OF GENTLEMEN IN CHICAGO. Line of Batt Drawn Between "Safe Cur rency') AZivocates and Silver Monomet anists-The President Comes Out Square ly for a Single Gold Standard. CHICAGo,- Anril 17-Mr. Henry Robbins teceited from President Cleveland -Sunday evening a letter declining the inivitation of a number of business men of Chicago to attend a public recption here to himself and Mrs. Cleverand. On April 6th one hundred of the most prominent citi zens of Chicago, both Democrats and Republicans; sent ani invitation tothe President, itating that they were anx ious to expiess their deep sense of ap preciation :of -his statesmanlike and courageou.- action in maintaining the financial ciedit of our Nation and his attitude inl'avor of the preservation of sound National currenev. There was much disappointment at Mr. Cleve land's refusal to come here, but his excuse is well-received....

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

THE MANNIG TfMES. LOUIS APPELT, Editor. Wednesday, April 24, 1895. Paid to Damn Their Mother. Judge'Goft of the United States Circuit Court, at his home in West Virginia,: last Satuday, issued a tem poraryinjunction against the Super visor of Bichiand county, the effect diwhich if made permanent will be to declare our registration laws in valid, and throw open the doors for every man to vote regardless of for mer restrictions. A penitentiary con viet will have as much right to cast his .ballot as the most honorable citi zen in this State. It will certainly be a remarkable condition. All that the white men of South Carolina fought -for in 1876, and for which they risked their property, their lives and their liberty will be cast aside at a single stroke of Judge Goffs pen if his injunction be made permanent and he is sustained therein. The white men of this State, suffer ing under the humiliation of scala wag and negro domination, bore their suffering until it could no longer be endur...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 1 May 1895

THE MANNING TIMES. Wednesday, April 24, 1895. BUY AMD SELL CHEAP. ToSell (heap We lust Buy Cheap, to Bay Cheap W% Must Pay the Cash, and to Sell Cheap We Must Sell for the cash. 1000 yards heavy brown 3-4 home spun at only 4 cents per yard, worth 3 cents. -1000 yards good check homespun at only 4 cents per yard. 1000 yards shirting print calico, at the low price of 4 ceuts per yard. A beautiful line gent's and chil dren's straw hats at prices within the reach of all. Remember we keep a large line of tobacco on band all the time. from 25 cents to 50 cents per pound. Call when you want good cheap tobacco and we will please you. A large lot of good white corn to sell very cheap. A beautiful line of 36 inch cash weres in a variety of shades, only 18 cents per yard. A beantiful line of white lawns, nainsooks and muslins, we offer very cheap for the caeh. Yours truly, W. E. JEuxmsso-. The town council is having itailroad Avenue put in good condition. Mrs. Ellen Iseman accompanied by Mrs. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 1 May 1895

ON EASTER 31M.N. On Easter morn The softened winds to eveiy quickened ear Breatbe sweet n:usic, telling tihe tirae f 3ear. All nature sings, and in glad an iphon, Blent with the orga'i's tone. The voice of man in praise to heaven :s borne. With Aprhi's fairest ofTeria :s we adorn. Our altars, emubleml!Tg c teruai Lpring O'er winter tritmphing, Ad good o'er evi', joy-ness o'er - eT. ife o'er death--Chliit risen from the tomb On Easter morn. RUTH EDWA1S LOVERS. Gifford Hull. the grocer's son, standing behind the counter of his father's store, tying up sugar in pound parcels, saw a girl come into the store, brightly lighted already, though it was only half-past five, for the winter afternoon was rainy and dark, and going up to the counter on which some loaves of bread were piled, look ed at them with eyes that seemed all ready to devour them, and say to his father: "Have you any five-cent loaves, sir?" The grocer answered promptly. "'No."7 "How much are these, sir?" asked the girl. "Re...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 8 May 1895

VOL. X. IANNiNG,4 S. C,~ WEDNESDAY, MAY 1.4 1895. THE EW. EF1ELD TRAGEDYl THE EVIDENCE GIVEN BEFORE THE CORON ER'S JURY. Wounds Given ta the Dead MIan's Body In dicate a Third, Unknown. Partiipafnt Cause of the Feud Jones Visited In Jail and Talked With. EDGEFZELD C. H., April 25.-The tragedy which occurred in Edgefield yesterday morning, causing the death of Mr. John C. Swearingen.a brother in-law of Senator Tiflman, at the handsof. his brother-in-law, Mr. Ben L. Jones, which was the outcome of a bitter family fued of years standing, was a, most lamentable affair. This cannot be fully realized until one visits the picturesque section of hilly Edgefield, wherein the residences of the deceased and the slaver command a masrnificent view of t'he surround ing country for many miles; two homes within sight of one another, yet with a oulf made by human blood and a'worla of suffering yawning be tween-them. At one home today lay the dead body of the slain man, rid dled with bullet holes. Ar...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 8 May 1895

THE MAMIG TIMES. LOUIS APPELT, Editor. Wednesday, May 1, 1S95. Dargan Advocates a Black Draught! There are some people who be lieve Colonel J. J. Dargan is doing what he honestly thinks is right, but that he is mentally off his base. We were among those who believed that way, but from his recent utterances we are forced to believe there is "method in his madness," and our reason is that it is an almost con ceded fact the Republican party will . succeed to the national government. Now, the eloquent Colonel has his weather eye open to a good snug berth from that party, and has as samed a leadership for a class of people who have no State berths to bestow ; but, if the Republican party gets control of national affairs, their leaders are most sure to be rewarded. The history of political parties show that the most successful to se cure good positions are those who make themselves conspicuously ob noxious to the vanquished party, and this is what Colonel Dargan appears to be doing. In hi...

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. — 8 May 1895

THE MANNING TIMES Wednesday, May 1, 1S95. BUY FOR TilE CASH. Credit is the Lightning Express to De struction. Buy for the Cash, and When You Can't Buy for the Cash Do Without Until You Can. When you want to buy cheap dry goods, give us % call and we will be sure to please you. As nice line gents', boys', and chil dren's straw bats as can be found anywhere. Very cheap, from 10c. to 75c. each. We keep a nice line of cheap shoes on hand all the. time. (ive us a call when you want shoes. We carry a line of tobacco second -to none in the county and at prices that are sure to please you if you coine and look at our goods. Remember we keep a full line of choice family groceries and we sell them at the lowest cash prices. When you want pure confectionery give us a call. We carry all kinds of faney candies. Respectfully, W. E. JENKINSON.N Dr. S. C. C. Richardson is extremely ill. Tge fruit crop bids fai'r to be abundant. M. Marcus L. Harvin, of Pinewood, is very ill. Thomas & Bradhbm is ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 8 May 1895

"Where sunless iIvers weep Their w- vesz iuto the de'p, zhe s'eeps a cha-Imed sleep; Awake her iot, Led by a single star. She cam- fromi very far To qsek whlere hadows ate rier pleasant lot. "She left the rosy worn She left the fi-lds of corn For twilight cold. and 101, And water sprmnrzs ThrcuAh slee', as throu zh a veil, She sees the skv lo-k pale, And bears the nhtiugale Tnat sad1y sings. "est, rest, a per-ect rest Shed over brow and breast. Her face Is towards thi-' west. 'Ihe purple land. fhe cannot see the grain RipeE inz on hull and plain; Sie cannot feel the iai-n Upon her hand -Rest, rest for evermore; Upon a mossy share; Rest, ri st, at the heart's co e Till time shall cease. Sleep that no pain shall wale: Night that no morn shall break, Till joy shall overtake Her perfect reace." OUR FRIENDS THE WYDESWARTHS. We were very plain pec.ple. Mrs. Crumplehorn and I-I'm Mr. Crum plehorn-when the death of a distant relative made us uaexpectedly rich. Now I'm not going to be mneanl...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 15 May 1895

VLX.1ANIT S. C.. WEDNESDAY, MAY 8, 1895. ____________ BEFORE JUDGE GOFF. THE HEARING IN TeHE CASESON THE REGISTRATION LAW. The Showing on Behalf of the State Au thoritios-The Court's Jurisdictior De nied-Elaborate Arguments by the Law. yers on Each Side. COLUMIBIA, S. C.. May 4.-Special The scene in the united States court room on Thursday was as lively a on( as has been witnessed there in many r year-including even the times when we used to have political trials ir South Carolina. There was a crowc there. Every seat was occupied, anc the available 'standing room" wa: likewise utilized. Among the auditor were several prominent citizens, in cluding several members of the loca bar, with a few from other places Leading Republican-such as Ex Judge Melton, his son Mr. L. D. Mel ton, Dr. Webster, Dr. Clayton, Mr Brayton and some others less note worthy. were interested spectators. The lawyers engaged in the litiga tion were Mr. C. A. Douglass, form erly of this city, but now of Washing to...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 15 May 1895

THE MANINGIMiEi. Manni3ng, S LOUIS APPELT, Editor. Wednesday, May 8, 1S95. The silver craze has taken possession of the Western States and is spreading like wild-fire. Every indication points to a fierce battle for free silver in the next na tional campaign. From now on the people will hear of silver, gold, monometallism, bimetallism and other financial "isms" to their heart's content, and when it is all over and the politicians take their seats, the people will still be plowing on and wondering when times will get better. On reading the News and Courier this morning we felt inclined to take a big draught of Hood's Sarsaparilla to dispel "that tired feeling" which came over us as we read the return of Commissioner Mixon in the contempt proceedings before Judge Goff in Columbia yesterday. Commissioner Mixon no doubt was acting under the ad vice of his lawyers, but, all the same, his return to the court that he meant no de fiance, and .is ready and willing at all times to respect the ...

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. — 15 May 1895

THE MANNING TIMES., Wednesday, May S, 1895. Money is What We Need. Cash is the thing that will turn the wheel when everything. else fails. Cash is the thing that will make goods cheap when high prices are asked for them. Cash is the thing that everybody should have if they would like to prosper., and the way to get cash is to get down and work for it. A nice line shirting prints only 4c. per yard, worth 5c. - A beautiful line spring cashmeres, 36 inches wide, only 14e. per yard, worth 25c. .A beautiful line percals. 36 inches wide, only loc. Colors guaranteed. When you want cheap and durable straw hats, here is the place to get them. Remember that we carry a large stock of farmers' tobacco, and sell very, very close. Old Tray at 25c. per lb andl "It's Good" at 35c. per lb. has no rival in the market. A bargain in molasses. When I say a bargain I mean a first-class ar ticle at a very low price. A beauti ful) clear New Orleans molasses at only 30c. per gallon. Better prices on larger ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 15 May 1895

IF THE SHADOWS FELL OT. It the shadows fell not-Oh: wir re w re the stars, . The gems of the siy ad tIi ,ih If the shadows fell hot, wo(ld tH' ptl', golden moon Flood the earth with its ric. u 14w l'ght" Oh! where were the ts: ue n , bezced in glory Wrought vivid in natu:e, in sorg, and in story If the shadows fell not'? If the shadows tell not-Oi! where were the teas. The crystals of love atd of woe? They would vani-h with siniles born of sympathy sweet, And its words whispered softly and low; Oh! where were the herces, the martyrs and sages, The deeds cf the noble, the wisdom of ages, If the shadows fell not? AS IT 9FTEN HAPPENS. BY WW. J. LAIPTON. I was nineteen, and pretty Lois Tanner was three years my junior. Sweet sixteen: Is there in all this world anything sweeter? There may be other Sweet Sixteens, but the conipar ative degree of the adjective in this connection has grown rusty from long disuse and Sweet Sixteen remains 'ositive in kind and superlative im And Lois Tanner w...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 22 May 1895

a f VOL. X. __MANNING, S. C., WED NESDAY,__MAY 22, 85 -N.3 A (ISIS IN THE STATE. GOVERNOR EVANS ISSUES AN AD DRESS TO THE PEOPLE. it Denounces Judges Goff and Simonton in Most Unmeasured Terms. and speaks of Butler and Pope and their Supporters as Traitors. CoLuxLi., May 14.-One might al most suppose from the gathering of the clans here that there was a con vention pending. The "Reform" big guns are here in full force. This af ternoon there was quite a gathering in the Governor's office. Some of in~ eifthe Wint~r$ $Egiboard, while others are here preliminary to the meeting of the executive commit tee. Senator Tillman was a central figure in the party. and, of course. the present political conditions came up for discussion, and there was a sort of general and impromptu talk about matters. Senator Irby was in the city, as happy as he could be. During the day Governor Evans prepared an address, which he issued to the people of the State. It is rather a vigorous paper, but one which he ...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 22 May 1895

THE MANN4ING TIMESm Malmi33z{n, mo. C~ LOUIS APPELT, Editor. Wednesday, May 22, 1S95. A White Primary. Governor Evans has determined not to call the Legislature together in extra session on account of the peculiar conditions which now con front us by the decision of Judge Goff in the registration cases. Be fore the State Executive Committee met after reading the Governor's ad dress ' e were inclined to think the Governor had allowed his indigna tion to get away with his calmer judgment and that after a few days he would call an extra session to remedy the devilment done by those who were bought and paid for with our enemy's gold to disrupt the gov ernment of the white man in this State. But, after reading the rea sons for his refusal, we are satisfied that the Governor is right and the calling of the Legislature can do no possible good. Besides a heavy out lay for the necessary expenses of con vening the Legislature it would give our enemies just what they want an opportunity to get...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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