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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 22 May 1895

THE MANNIG TmS. Wednesday, May 22, 1895. SUBSCRIPTION....... $1 50 PER YEAR .WHlOOPINt UP THE BOYS. Prices Speak While Brag Only Whispers. We Carry Every Article Behind Our Advertisements, and You Will Find Our Prices Always Just as Quoted. 10,000 fish hooks, all sizes at the very low price of 21c. per dozen, or better price for larger quantity. 10 doz. very durable and lasting straw hats at 10 and 15c. each, also a nice line of fancy straw hats for dress, from 40 to 75c. each. Remember that we keep on hand a large stock of plug tobacco of all kinds at rock-bottom cash prices. We recommend to you this week Annie McLeod, a very high grade chewing tobacco, sold everywhere at 60c. per 1b; we only ask you 10c. per plug or 40c. per lb. Try Annie Mc Leod and you will find that our as sertions are grounded on facts and not on idle boast. Don't forget about the bargain we offer you in molasses. A fine, high grade molasses, sold everywhere at 50c. pewralde r price r0r largeri quantity. Last ...

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. — 22 May 1895

THE AFTEXIGLOW. The weary day has reached its end rt last; Eich sunset tints ta datkness slowly tarn; Now night descend. over a'l, while Sittir past The dainty fire-fly's signals brightly burn. Shrill pipe the cricket and the katydid, The swallows sweeps in du-ky circles slow, The whippowill calls, in the wocdland hid; Suddenly gleams the west in crimson lo! There comes the afterglow. Love's weary day is done, and fades in pain; Tho' love has fled, 'tis better to forget, Letters and broken pledges y et remain, Sorrow, remorse and every late regret. Darkness is o'er my life; yet when at eve, As twilight gathers and the shadows grow, Fond thoughts of her, my love of yore, I weave, My heart bea's strangely quick again, for lo! It is love's afterglow, A NEIGHBORLY FEUD. "I'll tell you, Frank, its got to the point where something must be done," said Mrs. Burnett, and as she spoke she rapped at the small knuckles that were moving toward the sugar bowl. Morton, aged nine, jerked his hand o...

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. — 29 May 1895

VOL. X. ___ -- ------- MANNING, S. C., WEDNESDAY, MAY 29, 1895. N CONFEDERATE VETERANS. MORE THAN THIRTY THOUSAND AT THEIR REUNION. Twenty Thousand People Gather to Rid Them Welcome--A Splendid Parade of Si ate and National Troops-The Veteratsr Organization. HorsTox. May 21.-The streets of Houston are filled with a surging mass of humanity. representing every State in the Union, and the trains of every system leading into the city are full to overflowing with veterans and their friends on their way to the fifth an nual reunion of the Confederate Vet erans. The enterprising city has been preparing for this event for many months and the arrangements are sat isfactory to the highest degree. The men who wore the gray have been looking forward to the occasion with the ardor which no one experiences in so full a measure as the battle scarred remnants of the armies of the Confed eracy. 'It seems as if all the broad lines of the country are converging here and that the iron wheels were hurr...

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. — 29 May 1895

THE MANNING TIMES. LOUIS APPELT, Editor. Wednesday, may 29, 1S95. United We Stand. When the ladies' memorial associ ation, of Charleston, invited General Wade Hampton to deliver an address before that ssociation, the people of that city did the proper thing by giving this grand old warrior a hand some reception. The people through out the State, regardless of political differences. joined in the spirit which prompted Charleston to make a grand demonstration, but now the question comes, was the motive which prompt ed that demonstration a sinister one? Is there any lurking evil connected with it? For one, we are satisied that General Hampton would not lend himself knowingly to any set of men for the purpose of carrying out a design to widen the breach now existing between the white men of this State, and while we do not be lieve that Hampton would lend him self for such P purpose, yet we are constrained to believe that designing politicians had a great deal to do with the demonstrativ...

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. — 29 May 1895

Time MANNING TIMS. SUBSCRIPTION ........1 9 PER YEAR 1ednesday, May 29, 1S95. -LADIES, YOUR ATTENTION' WHITE LAwNS AND NAINsOoKS AND A BEAUTIFUL LINE OF FIGURED LAWNS AND PERCALES. 15 doz. ladies' undervests at 5c. each, worth 10e. 1,500 yards fancy shirting prints at the very low price of 4c. per yard. A splendid line of ladies' Oxford ties at 60c., 75c., $1.00, and $1.25 per pair. Ladies, call and look at them if you want a pure bargain. 10,000 fish hooks at only 24c. doz. A splendid line of white and but ter-colored laces from 2 to 6 inches wide at the very low prices of 5, 8, 10, and 121 cents per yard. ~Gentlemen, remember that we have a large stock of Annie McLeod and It's Good smoking tobacco, at 35 and 40 cents per lb.-two brands of tobacco that can't be beat for the price. 200 gallons New Orleans molasses at the very low price of 30c. per gal lon. Try it. Bring in your corn and eggs. We will give you the cash or trade. Yours truly, W. E. JENKINsON. -- b -- rI CO !IA? 1NTITI...

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. — 29 May 1895

THE OLD FRIENDS. The old ft iends, the o1- friendb: We loved when we were youni, With ,unstine on therf And music on their tu The bees are in the a:i il.'ur. The birds ren- w their strai : But the old friends, o(Nls Ist )u. Can never co., a an. The old fti-nda. the oM trie;:' Their brow is ined with e tre, They've furrows in the tadel IC And silver in the h 'ir. But to we they are the i d f alt! In youth and blo.t: the sam, As when we dr'~e th,- tying b.il, Or shouted in the :.an e The old men, tle ".d mien: How slow they creep alona: How riaughtiiy we scoffed at then in days when we were yo:na Their prosing and their dozin', 'Their prate of ti:res gone by. Their shiver like an asprn .i if but a breath went by. But we, we are the o'd imen now, Our blcod i- faint and chili; We cannot :eap the mighty broek, Or climb the breakneck hil. We maunder down the shortest cts, We rest on stick or stile, And the young men hblf.ahatned to iaugh Yet pass us with a sni'e. But the young men, the yo...

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 June 1895

VOL. X. MANNING, S. C., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 5, 189. NO. 45. MOVl )ERS OF 31MINS. EDITORS OF THE STATE IN ANNUAL SESSION AT SUMTER. Tiuety Add'ees of President Aull-.Orator Howell Lrges Unity of the Whites. Papers Read on Interesting Subjects. SUMTER. S. C.. June 1.-The South Carolina State Press Association met in Sumter, S. C., on last Wednesday evening and continued in convention until Friday evening, when the edi tors went on an excursion to Wash ington. The following editors were in attendance: F. H. McMaster. Columbia State. W. J, Elliot. Winnsboro News and Herald. Jas. T. Parks, Orangeburg Patriot. G. P. Browne, Anderson People's Advocate. Rev. Sidi II. Browne, Christian Neighbor. I1 B. McSweeny, Hamuton Guardi an. Jas. T. Bacon. Edgetield Chronicle. A. G. Kollock, Cheraw Reporter. A. J. Clark. Lancaster Enterprise. J. J. Hull, Rock Hill Herald. W. W. Ball, Charleston Evening Post. J. R. Earle, Jr.. Oconee News. W. D. Woods, Carolina Planter. J. J. Dargan, Sumter Freeman. W. S. Be...

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. — 5 June 1895

THE MANNING TIMES. LOUIS APPELT, Editor. Wednesday, June 5, 1S95. The Hampton Letter. In our last issue we expressed the belief that General Wade Hampton would not lend himself to in creasing the feeling of bitterness now existing between the factions, but if his recent public letter is an indication, it seems to us that he would make the breach wider and permanent. He advises- the Con servatives to "refuse to go into any primary or so-called compromise ; to nominate the ablest and best men -Conservatives and Reformers-who will strive to make a good Constitu tion; referring it back to the people for ratification or rejection, and for all to set their faces resolutely against all frauds in our elections." This is his ultimatum in the face of sincere efforts to heal the existing breach, but we believe the seed sown by this letter will cause thinking men of both factions to double their efforts in uniting the white people. In our judgment the Hampton letter, if the people were to act u...

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. — 5 June 1895

THE MANNING TES. SUBSCRIPTION....... $1 50 PER YEAR W<.dnesday, June 5, 1895. THE DULL SEASON. THE DULL SUMMER MONTHs ARE Now UPoN Us, BUT WE WILL MAKE THINGs HUSTLE ABOUT US BT MAKING OFFERINGS TO THE PUBLIC THAT WILL BE VERY IN TERESTING TO THOSE WHO HAVE A LITTLE CASH TO SPEND. Remember, ladies, that we have in stock a beautiful line of midsummer dress goods; all kinds of Plain and Figured Lawns and Muslins, Percales and Prints; laees of all kinds to trim with. .A large line of Ladies' Undervests, only 5e each. ;Oxford Ties from 50c to $1.23 per pair. .Come and buy your Straw Hats fiom us. We are selling them very cheap. 10,000 fish books at only tic per doz. 200 gallons fine New Orleans Mo lasses; only 30c per gallon. Try it, and you will find it 0 K. We have in stock a fine line of Farmers' Tobaccos and we sell very close. Annie McLeod plug tobacco is one of the best piece of goods ever sild for the small sum of 10c per plug or 40c per pound. Try Annie Mc Leod, and you will ...

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. — 5 June 1895

A SPRtING SON(.. If ycu were here, spring's beauteous robe Would be, 1 trow, more beauteous still. You peach tree, decked in pink and white, With lace and ruffles out of sight, Would don one other trill. The long soft plumes the willow wears, And silvery blades for baby leaves. Would show a greener tenderness And dreaumier, fairer slenderness, A drooping 'gainst the eaves. The starlike blooms that burst and spread Such brilliarce in our garden beds Would waste more wealth of hue, I ween, If now and then you might be seen Just bending o'er their heads. And all the music spring doth make With stirring leaf and y ung bird throats Would prove a richer poen, dear, If you were here, if you were here, To lend your sweet voice notes. Ab, how adjustment fails to be ! E'en springtime heeds in part the pain And Compensation's pensive task To bring the gifts vwe need, not ask, Will teach us o:ce again. LIZZIE'S ELOPEMENT. BY SUSAN ARCHER wt'ISS. "Liz: Lizzie: Mrs. Blake stood at the foot of tie...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 12 June 1895

VOL X. MANNING, S. C.. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 12, THE SIIER BALL ILLINOIS DEMOCRATS START IT ROLLING. Proceeding% of the Great Free Silver Con vention in Springfield--A Row Narrowly Averted--Will Democracy Unfurl the Banner. SPRIN;FILD, ILLS., June 5.-Had it not been for the timely action of Secre tary of State W. H. Hinrichsen. who issued the call for the Illinois Demo cratic silver convention, the event vould have ended in a row. It all camne about because of a plank in the resolution endorsing Goverior Altgeld It had been expressly agreed before the convention was called to order that there was to be no action taken outside of that for which the call provided the placing of the seal of approval on free coinage and the election of dele gates to a national convention to be held some time in the near future. The trouble began in the committee room, where the platform was being prepared. Ten members voted for the Altgeld plank and none against the insertion. The plank was put in. The platfo...

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. — 12 June 1895

THE MANNING TIMES. LOUIS APPELT, Editor. Wednesday, June 12, 1S95. Goff's Infamy Stamped Out. The United States Court of Ap peals, composed of Chief Justice Fuller, Judges Hughes and Seymour, filed their decision in the registration cases yesterday. This Court after re viewing Judge Goff's decision at Co luimbia decided that a court of equity has no jurisdiction in matters politi cal, and they dissolved Goff's infa mous injunction. The effect of the decision is that every man must be provided with a registration certifi cate before he can vote just as the laws of South Carolina have required ever since 1882. This will knock into a cocked hat any attempt at an ap peal to the negro, and the supremacy of the white man is assured. As usual, when there is pending a mat ter of importance to the people, the Times will always be among the first to hear the result. The decision was rendered yesterday afternoon at three o'clock in Richmond, and one hour later the Times received the following ...

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. — 12 June 1895

THE MANNING TIMES. SUBSCRIPTION....... $1 50 PER YEAR Wednesday, June 12, 1S95. HARD TIME BARGAINS. Our Aim is to Give as Much Goods for as Little Money as Legiti mate Dealing Will Allow. A splendid line of cottonade pants stuff from 8 to 15c. per yard. When you want a cheap straw hat don't fail to give us a call. Remember that we have a beauti ful line of summer dress goods, white lawns, figured lawns, and all kinds of dress prints. Call when you want something in this line. Don't forget that we keep a full stock of farmers' tobaccos, and we sell very cheap. Annie McLeod is one of the best 10c. plugs of tobacco ever offered for the money. Try it. We still have a large lot of New Orleans Molasses on hand for 30c. per gallon. If you try it you will be pleased. Tours truly, W. E. JESKINSOX. -Miss Alma Ingram left Sumter last Mon day for a trip to New York. -Miss Nettie Weinberg left yesterday to spend some time with relatives in Sumter. -Hon. Joseph F. Rhame is in Columbia to-day in a...

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. — 12 June 1895

WHICH? Some must sow, Though others reap Some must go. While others sleep; Some must sigh While joy bells ring Some must die, While others sing. Some will laugh, While storm clouds burst; Some will quaff, While others thirst; Some will grope While others sail Some will hope While others fail. Some will sin, Some will win, In cause unjust; Some will greed, While others give Some will need While mortals live. Voices raise Upon the air Some in praise, And some--despair! Thus the ills And joys must be; Thus fulfills Our destiny. Keep this thought Within thy mind, "Peace was brought For humankind." Who hath braved Life's sea--storm tost, Some are saved, And some are lost. ---Cleveland Plain Dealer. THE STROKE OF RUIN. BY MAURICE THOMPSON. It was moonlight and rather late in the balmy evening, with a breeze flut tering along Royal street, and the sound of a guitar coming from an in definite distance. No street cars were running and but few strollers-these most creoles in high-heeled shoes...

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. — 19 June 1895

VOL. X. MANNIN, S. C.. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 19 1.895. NO. 47. TURNED 110JWN! THE DOUGLASS REGISTRATION CASE PUT OUT OF COURT. Judge (otra Injunction Dissoived by the Circuit Court of Appeai on the Ground of Lack of Juri.diction of the Equity Court. RICHMOND. Va.. June 11.-The cele brated South Carolina ragistration case was decided in the Uuited States Court of' Appeals here today. The State wins, Judge Gof,"s famious in junction is dissolved and the original bill will be dismissed. The decision of the court was announced by Judge Hughes shortly before 3 o'clock and an outline of the court's position was given. Judge Hughes submitted a strong individual opinion and the or der reversing Judge Goff was entered at once. None of the counsel who took part in the argument were present. Judge Hughes, in announcing the court's decision, said: "This case was heard by the Chief Justice, Judge Seymour and myself, on Friday last. We thought it was of a character to call for an early decis ion and it...

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. — 19 June 1895

THE MANNING TIMES. LOUIS APPELT, Editor. Wednesday, June 19, 1S95. The Convention Can Be Non-Partisan. The constant appeals of the Con servative press to keep its constitu ency out of the Democratic primary has had the effect of bringing Sen ator Tillman out in an interview, in which he charges the Conservatives with not keeping faith with their agreement, and that he is not dis posed to trust them with an equal division of delegates in the Consti tutional Convention. We have all along thought Senator Tillman went too far in promising an equal division of the delegates because we did not believe that he could deliver the goods, no matter how much he tried or how sincere his efforts in that direction would be; but we do think the conference with the Conservative leaders had the ef fect of keeping down considerable bitterness, and had not Judge Goff come upon the scene, we are satis fied more Conservatives would be elected to the convention than will be because, as soon as Judge Goff ...

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. — 19 June 1895

THLE MANNING TIMES. SUBSCRIPTIO ....... 1 .0 PER YEAR Wetdnesday, June 19, 1S95. ETERNAL PUSHING Is the Price of Success. Although Times are Very Hard and Money Very Searce, Yet We are Just as Anxious to Snatch Your Nickles, Your Dimes, and Your Quarters, and Offer You Just as Big Bargains as if You Had From Ten to Twenty Dollars to Spend With Us. A beautiful line of fast color figured lawns for summer wear, only 8 cents per yard. A very choice line of plain white and satin striped lawns, very cheap. Call and see them. A beautiful line of dress prints at only 5c per yard. Do you want a nice pair of ladies' shoes very cheap ? Well, then, give us a call and we will try to please you. A large line of new shoes just received. Remember that we keep a large stock of farmers tobacco and among it is Annie McLeod, one of the best pieces of goods ever offered for the money, 10c per plug or 40c per pound. . Remember that we carry a full line of groceries, and you can always get them cheap for ...

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. — 19 June 1895

EVENING. Swiftly fall the ev'ning shadcws, thickest darkness now is nigh Iam tired of standing idle, and would fain toil hard, But tha sunny hours have vanished, and asleep 1 soon must lie In the place of broken columns, in the green churchyard. Life is transient as the shadows on the mountainside that play, Life is as a vapor on a silent summer noon Oh, my eye is growing weary, and my locks are turning gray, And the grass will flourish o'er me in the churchyard soon. Rest is for the burdened toiler, rest for him whese task is done, And the weary worker longeth for his blissful sleep; But the noonday I have wasted, idly danc ing in the sun, And I see the faint night shadows o'er the landscape creep. Oh, the golden light has faded, thickhest darkness now is nigh I am tired of standing idle, and would fain toil hard, But the sunny hours have vanished, and asleep I soon must lie In the place of broken columns, in the green churchyard. A STORY OF TEMPTATION. "Miss Warner: She turned, cl...

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. — 26 June 1895

r 4/ 1f $ __ KE _ VOL. X. MANNING, S. C,, WEDNESDAY. .JUNE 26. 18% O 8 \INSON'S MONOPOLY PREVIOUS MANAGERIAL METHODS MUCH MIXED According to the New Commissioner's Quarterly Report.-The Text of the Rather Interesting Report Which Was Issued Yestcrday. COixnCIa, S. C., June 21.-Below is given the Quarterly report of State Liquor Commissioner Mixson to the State Board of Control, minus the tab ulated statements. The report will be found of interest to the reading public. The report has not yet been issued in pamphlet form: Columbia. S. C.. April S0. 1895. To His Excellency, Gov. John Gary Evans, and Hon. D. If. Tompkins, and Hon. James Norton, State Board of Control: Gentlemen :-Herewith I have the honor to present your honorable body my first quarterly statement of the conditions and operations of the State dispensary. covering the period from February the 2nd to April :k0th, inclu sive. On February the 1st, the day I as sumed charge as State Commissioner, my predecessor. ex-commissi...

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. — 26 June 1895

TH MANNING TIMES. LOUIS APPELT, Editor. WeduesdaY, June 26, 1S95. Clarendon Will Have Peace. The Democrats of Clarendon, re gardless of factions, do not belong to the political school presided over by the Columbia State, as is evi denced by the action of the County Democratic Executive Committee. #This body, composed of seven Re formers and five Conservatives, unanimously decided not to deprive by word or act any white man of the privilege of choosing for himself who to vote for and, because they did so, the Columbia -State has taken to making grimaces at the editor of THE TIMES. and charges him with treachery to the "Forty." In the first place the editor of THE TIMEs is not a member of the County Executive Committee, and was only present at its meeting to carry out a promise made the "Forty" to appear before the committee and request them to call a convention on the lines indicated in the address of the "Forty." We made the request as promised, but the committee in its wisdom saw n...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
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