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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 26 June 1895

THRE MANNING TIMES. SUBsCRIPTION..... .$1 5) PER YEAR Weudnesda'y, June 26, 1S91. THE WINNING MOTTO. Sell Goods Cheap and Sell for the Cash and Treat Every Body Alike. The best apple vinegar for pickling purposes, only 10c per qt or 30c per gallon. Try it and you will find it the best. Just received, a large lot of Butter milk Soap, 10c per cake, 3 for 25c. Give it a trial; it is the best toilet soap ever put on the market for the .money. Try Annie McLeod plug tobacco, one of the best + lb plugs tobacco ever offered for 10c per plug or 40c per pound. A large lot of "One of the Boys" plug tobacco on hand only 5c per plug or 25c per lb. Remember we offer you a splendid grade of cow rope at only lie per yd or 20 yards for 25c. When you want to buy cheap dry goods don't fail to give us a call. We sell very close for the cash. Yours truly, W. E. JENKINSON. YOUR NAME IN PRINT. -Mr. John R. Davidson is confied to his bed with a bilious attack. -Miss Nettie Weinberg left this morn ing to vi...

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. — 26 June 1895

VACANT PLACES AT HOME. There are p'aces-vacant places Here beside our dear hearth-sto e; And we miss sweet angel' oices Once that answ ered t i our o wn. There were suiling cherub faces. Lovirg hearts light. glad an fr e, Which, at morn aud eventU.'s a tar, With us bowet a willing krwe. In our eyes th' tea--drops gather, As we see their vacant chairs By the fire-d' table. a tr, Grief our ch istened spiri wears. Little feet that ever hastened Joy fully to seek our side, Now no more their quick steps greet us, No more thrill our hearts with pride. But we know our Father called them To His Mansions up on High, And we know our missing treasures Have been garnered in the sky. Soon our places will be vacant, And on e a: th be known no more; May we then, i blest reunion, Greet those loved ones gone before. THE FEUD E'- DED. Old Jake Miller and old Rad Blank ership were two of the most promi nent citizens of Magoffn county, eastern Kentucky. Old Jake was more prominent than popular. He was ...

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 July 1895

VOL. X. MANNING, S. C., WEDNESDAY, JULY 3, 1895. NO. 49. "COMMENCEMET DAY." THE FINAL EXERCISES AT THE SOUTH CAROLINA COLLEGE. The Annual Honor Roll- )ipioimas4 Pre sented and Degrees Conferred-A Presen tation-The Annual Address by Justice Gary. CoLxMBA, S. C., June 27. -Yester day was commencement day at the South Carolina College, and the exer cises were no exception to the general meritoriousness which invariably char acterizes those arranged for commence ment day at the old institution. Ev ery one seemed to thoroughly enjoy the exercises. The exercises took place yesterday morning at 10 o'clock. Im mediately before the exercises began the student-body and faculty assem bled at the library and then marched into the chapel ~amid the plaudits of those who had assembled. The ros trum was occupied by President Woodrow and others. The opening prayer was made by Dr. J. W. Flinn, after which Dr. Woodrow read the roll of hionor for the whole year. it was as follows. making this prelimina...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 3 July 1895

THE MANNING TIMES, LOUIS APPELT, Editor. Wednesday, July 3, 1S95. Trying to Create a Prejudice. It is simply outrageous the way certain newspapers are endeavoring to create a bitter feeling against the State constables. Last Friday morn ing the officers ran upon a band of moonshiners near Spartanburg, and, when a surrender was demanded of them, they opened tire on the con stables, shooting one of them down and wounding another. The con stables, although wounded, returned the fire and killed two of the moon shiners, while the others escaped, leaving behind them a lot of contra band whisky. The newspapers against the dis pensary law are severely criticising the constables, and are actually en deavoring to convict them of murder in the eyes of the world for no other reason than they are State officers enforcing the dispensary law. In their zeal to blacken these offi cers certain newspapers are over reaching themselves, as they usually do, and are making themselves ridic ulous. They wou...

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 July 1895

THE MANNING TIMES. SUBSCRIPTION....... $1 50 PER YEAR Wednesday, July 2, 1S95. ROCK-BOTTOM PRICES. If You Want Full Value for Your Money Call and See Us Before Making Your Purchases, and We Will Be Sure to Make You Prices That Will Take You In. Ten dozen chair bottoms, any size, only 10c each. with brass-head nails to put them on. Eight dozen Extract Lemon, 5c, 10e and 20c per bottle. If you want a cheap straw hat give 'us a call. We are closing out our spring stock of straw hats at greatly reduced prices. When you want the best apple vinegar for pickling purposes give us a call; only 30e per gallon. Try Annie McLeod (Henry county) plug tobacco. It is the best ever of fered for 10c per plug or 40c per pound. Remember that we still have on hand a large quantity of molasses; onv 30c per gallon. When you want a cheap pair of shoes give us a call; we will please you. Yours truly, W. E. JENKINSON. YOUR NAME IN PRINT. -Mrs. B. A. Johnson ii visiting rela tives in Darlington. -Mrs. C. L. E...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 3 July 1895

THE BRIDE. Whenever I iead of a wedding, With a btide that is young and fair, With the theen of-lace an her boso'm. And orange fl)wers it' her hair; A corded -ilk, and a long square train, A white bouq. et, and a fan. Maids of hon r ii pale tu- ah gowns. Ush ', the gtoota, and "best man;" When I read of the tears and blushes, Tne love, the vows, and the ring, 'The prayers and coneratulations, The ble-singS, and everything; I sigh and I sigh as I wonder What the fate of that bride will be, As she launches into the future Careless, and happy and free. Yes, free: But how boon w ill that freedom Yield to the cares of a wife? Bow soon wi:1 the smiles and blushes Give place to the burden of life? fow soon will the vows be forgotten. And only the ring remain To recall the d -eams of her git ll:oo4 That were only dreamed in vain? Her bosom will hold many heartache, And her eyes will hold niany tears, Her smiles will gro- f. wer aui fewer, Her cares will increase with her years; The flowers ...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 10 July 1895

Vo(l. x. M ANNING;. S. C.. WEDNESDAY, JULY 1(b 189.___ O 0 TILLMAN INTERVIEWEI) BY A WELL-KNOWN COLORED BAP TIST PREACHER. As Usual He Says What lII' llas to Say in a Plain. Unequiroeal Mamwr--What lie Thinks About the Negro in l'olitirs. GREENvILLE, S. C. J uly 4.-The following contribution which was publishe! in the News a few days ago. is from a well-known colored Baptist preacher who once lived in Greenville and had charge of a large congrega tion here: I stopped over at Trenton last Tues day about two hours wa:iting for a train to take me to Edgetield court house. Knowing ti at ex-Governor Tillman lived within the corporate limits of the town. 1 decided to g.o up and walk around his place, and if I could muster up enough courage to goto his residence and have a talk. The Senator lives in a large mansion in a fine oak grove about dve minutes walk from the depot. The stately mansion is surrounded by live or six servant houses (built before the war). two laage vegetable gardens co...

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 July 1895

THE MANNING TIMES. LOUIS APPELT, Editor. Wednesday, July 10, 1S95. AN ELOQUENT SERMON. Chaplain (jough Preached to The Manning Guards at The Bap tist Church Last Sunday. "The weapons of our warfare are not carnal, but mighty through God, to the pulling down of the strong holds."-I1. Corinthians, chapter 10, verse 4. Perchance as some of you hear the rattling of the sabre and the tramp of the soldier-boy, some half obliter ated memories flash through your minds. Perhaps some, with that patriotic spirit, touch once more the shoulder of their comrades upon a field of carnage. You hear the bugle call, the drum beats, and the great army moves on. The world has had its armies. its battles, its defeats, its victories. The world has had its Alexanders, its C sars, its Na polcons,4. and its Lees, who have swept like fierce tornadoes over the loviest realms, leaving be hind them wasted fields, plundered buildings, depopulated cities. But the weapons of their warfare were carnal. Paul here wri...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 10 July 1895

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 10 July 1895

Anemone. What have I done for thee, Thou dear anemone, That thou shouldst yield to ne Thy whole fear's dower? What cloudy days and-blue, What night: of star and dew, We both have traveled through To greet this hour! After thv winter's sleep Iknow how thou didst cieep Up stairways dark at steep To mee; the sprnDg. I know how thou didst go Through sodden leaves and snow A way thou didst not know Unquestioning. I too have cimbed and crept, Up rugged paths have stept, And on stone pillows slept Many a night; Like thee, from clod to clod Blindfolded, I have trod, Often alone, save God Seeking the light. Brief too, like thine, my hour, Poor amethystine flower! For see! thy petals shower The sunset air. 1 too shall fade, and then My soul shall bloom again; But, flower, I know not when 1 know not where. A PATCHWORK QUILT. Higgibsville was very sure that Rob Redwood and Charity Meadows would make a match of it if they could keep from falling out with each other long enough at a time. But Cha...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 17 July 1895

VOL. X. MANNIN G, S. C., WEDNESDAY, JULY 1, 1895. NO. 51. APPEAL TO UNCLE SAM. THE NEGROES ADOPT AN ADDRESS TO THE PEOPLE. . The Result of Wednesday'- State Confer ence-Seem to be Very Anxious as to the Outlook For the Future. CoLUMBIA, S. C.. July 11.-The State conference of negroes. which was called by the Ministerial Union to consider the Constitutional conven tion outlook so far as the black race is concerned, assembled at noon yester day in the State Senate chamber. There were about seventy-five repre sentative negroes from the various sections of the State present. Among them were many of the leading negro preachers of the State, George Wash ington Murray, Bishop Salter and oth ers. The conference was called to order at noon by the Rev. E. H. Coit, of this city, as president of the Ministe rial Union. The proceedings were opened with prayer by the Rev. I. L. Miller, of Orangeburg. On motion of the Rev. R. E. Hart. of this city, the Rev. E. H. Coit, of this city, was elect ed t...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 17 July 1895

LOU~IS APPELT, EDITOR. PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY. SUBSCRIPTION 1.ATES: One Year....................$1.50 Six Months...---.................. 75 Four Months....................... 50 ADVERTISING RITES : One square, one time, ?1; each subse quent insertion, 50 cents. Obituaries and Tributes of Respect charged for as regular advertisements. Liberal contracts made for three, six and twelve months. Communications must be accompanied by the real name and address of the writer in order to receive attention. No communication of a personal char acter will be published except as an adver tisement. Entered at the Post Office at Manning as Second-Class Matter. MANNING, S. C.: WEDNESDAY, JULY 17, 1595. Primary Must Be Held. The Conservative faction of Sumter met last Friday and expressed them selves in favor of dividing equally the delegates to the Constitutional convention. The difference between the two factions in that county was consid erably less than one hundred in the TiUman-Shepperd campa...

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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. — 17 July 1895

PCBLISUES ALL COUNTY AND TOWN O1F It WIAL ADVElTISEMENTS. MANNING, S. C.: WEDNESDAY, JULY 17, 1895. YOUR ATTENTION Is Called This Week to Soie Prices That Speak for Themselves none With the Cash and We Will Please You. A large lot of the best aiple vin egar for pickliug purposes; 10c per quart. 30e per gallon. Reinember that we are closing out our line of springr and summer dry goods at the lowest possible cash prices. When you want anything in this line give us a call. A large lot of ish hooks on hand \Whe'n you wa:t a cheap straw hat give us a eall: u\e are selling out the remainder of our sp ring stock at greatly reduced prices. Wheat vou want a plu of the best and cheapest tobacco you ever used give nug a. call, and I'll give you Annie 1eILeod, the best p>iece ot plug to baeco ever offered to the public for only 10e per lug or 40c per pound. A large lot o' chair bottoms. only 10e eaeh: any size, with brass head nails to plut them in. Yours, for the cash. W. E. JF:NKINSON. YOU...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 17 July 1895

WHERE SH -LL THE SOUL FIND REST Tell n e, yP winged winds, That round my pathway roar, Do ye not know some spot Whe e unrtals weep no niore: Some lore and pleasant dell, Some valley in the west, W-ere, Iret from toil and pain, The weary soul may r. s' The loud wind dwindled to a whisper low. And sighed for pity as it answered, "No!' Te'l me, thou mighty de, Whose billows round ioe play Krow'st thou some savored spot, Some island far away. Where weary man may find The bliss for wh'ch he :hhs? Where sorrow never 1 ves, And friendship never die.? The loud waves, rolling in perpew i 1i, Stopped for awhile, and sighed t, answer, "No!" And thou. serenest moon, That with such holy face Dost lock upon the earth, Asleep In night's embrace, Tell me, in all thy round Hast thou not seen some sp >t, Where miserable man Might find a happier lot? Behind a cloud the moon withdrew In woe, And a voice, sweet but sad, responded, "So!" Tell me, my secret soul, 0, tell me, hope and faith, Is there no...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 17 July 1895

. II MNONEL THE TRADE DOLLAR OBJECT LES SON. Coins Tssued for Private Indivluals, Without the Government's Pledge to Redeem in Lawful Money, Are Worth Only Their Bullion Value. If the Government can create money, or which is the same thing, give it a value independently of the actual value of the material of which it is composed, then all the philosophers and statesmen and political economists who have written or legislated upon the sub ject have been mistaken, and all the labor and taxation to which the people have been subjected in the past have been unnecessary and un justifiable. (Applause.) The prom ise - of the Government, or of an individual, to pay money is quite a different thing from a mere declara tion by law, or otherwise, that a cer tain thing is money. The promise may be good on account of the solv ency and integrity of the party that makes it, and it may have a purchas ing power equal to the amount of money specified, but at last it can be satisfied anly by the paymen...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 17 July 1895

FLAG-STAFFS. AN INDUSTRY ABOUT WHICH L'TTLE IS KNOWN. The Woods Used and Their Prepa ration-.Soaked a Year in Water-Al Poles Lean to the North. ONSIDERED in the abstract a flag pole seems to be a very ordinary sort of an affair, but looked at through the eyes of a man on Centre street, who has been for many years engaged in the busi ness of manufacturing them, the flag staff becomes endowed with the same importance that a Worth gown has in the eyes of a modiste, or a fine per fect itting suit of clothes presents to the vision of an artist tailor. Any way this man can talk as entertain ingly abour flagstaffs as Robert Bon ner can about trotting horses. This man says that you can buy a modest flag-staff, such a one as you would want to put on your residence to display the stars and stripes on the Fourth of July, or when your candi date wins at election time, for from $10 to $15. The big, pretentiouspoles though that you see on top of the pub lic buildings cost as high as $130. It cost...

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. — 24 July 1895

XT-bIX - ANNING, S. C., WEDNESDAY, JULY 24q 1895. NO. 52. REFUSES TO DIVIDE. SUCH IS THE DECISION OF CHARLES TON CONSERVATIVES. The Recomlmendation of the Executive Committee of the County 1isregarde< by the County Convention. Which iody De clhes to Divide. CHARLESTON, S. C., July 17.--In the Democratic County Convention which met vesterday the recommendation of the executive Committee that the del egation from this county to the con stitutional convention be equally di vided between the Conservatives and Reformers was rejected, and Charles ton will send a full delegation of Con servatives to the constitutional con vention. After the organization of the county convention Mr. A. S. Farrow offered the following resolution in the interest of harmony: Whereas there is a ditference of opinion among the members of this convention as to the ad visability of a division of delegates to be sent to the constitutional convention between the two fact.ions of the Democratic pai'ty. And whereas...

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

LUSAPPELT, EDITOR. rUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY SUBSCRIPrION RATES: $1.50 One Year............. --- Six Months...... .. .... 50 Four Months..............--. ADVERTISING RATES: One square, one time, S; each subse quent insertion, 50 cents. Obituaries and Tributes of Respect charged for as regular adveitisements. Liberal contracts made for three, six and twelve months. Communications must be accompanied by the real name and address of the writer in order to receive attention. No communication of a personal char acter will be published except as an adver tisement. Entered at the Post Office at Manning as Second-Class Matter. MANNING, S. C.: WEDNESDAY, JULY 24, 1i9S SluM-Keeper siepperd a Lariyr. Shepperd, the Columbia slum keeper, who was sentenced by Judge Townsend to the penitentiary for violating an order of the court, was treated the same way as every other prisoner in tha- institution-his hair was clipped and he was put in stripes. The NNews and Courier and other whisky advocates are...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 24 July 1895

PUBLISHES A4LL COUNTY AIND TOWN OFFICIAL ADVERTISEMENTS. MANNING, S. C.: WEDNESDAY, JULY 24, 1895. BIG BARGAINS. We Have Some Splendid Bargains to Offer You This Week for the Cash. A nice top buggy, in good running order; only $18. A nice new buggy top, with side curtains complete; only $8. Call with the cash and score a bargain. A nice Singer sewing machine, in first-class order; only $16.50. Remember that we are closing 6ut our stock of spring and summer straw hats at very low prices. Don't forget that Annie McLeod plug tobacco is one of the best bar gains ever brought to this town for the money ; only 10c per plug or 40e per pound. Children, you are invited to call when you want to buy nice, pure candy. We keep a large stock of pure candies. Remember that we keep the best apple vinegar for pickling; only 10c per quart or 30e per gallon. We still keep on hand a large quantity of New Orleans molasses; only 30c per gallon. Also New Or leans best open kettle molasses at 45e per gallo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 24 July 1895

WE CVN NEVER FORGET. t There are faces that live in our hearts, Though for years some have been 1id away 'Neath the sod, in the silence of death, Where ne'er comes the blest light of the day; Yet the glance of an eye, soft and dark, Or the smile of a stranger we meet, Will recall all the features we've loved t Of the face that, to us, seemed so sweet. 'There are voices we cannot forget, Which, like music, still ring in our heart, Though, since last the tones fell on our ear; I We have lived 3 ears, as strangers, apart, Yet by chance, through the din of the t world, Comes a voice, sweet and clear as a bird, And at once, in our heart, mem'ries fond, Of the dear ones we loved, have been stirred. There are words that to us cannot die Words of comfort and courage and cheer, Which were spoken by saints up above, Who once toiled and suff eredi down here; And they speak to our hearts, through the years That have passed since we heard the blest tones, And they echo again through our souls. A...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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