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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 25 September 1895

SUPPLEMENT TO THE MANNINGTIMES. VOL. XI. MANNING, S. C., SEPTEMBER 25, 1895. NO. 9. Y You IS NOW FULFILL ED Several weeks ago I announced that I had purchased all interests in the firm of IoRToN, BURGESS & Co., and now I take this means of making a general business announcement to the purchasing public. I cannot tell you now all I want to say, and will have to do so from time to time, but I do want to call your attention to a few things. DRESS GOODS C In the way of Dress Goods I have the largest assortment and of the prettiest patterns ever brought to this market. I have a beautiful line of black and colored serges also cashmeres and sty , henriettas in all colors ; French dress fabrics, something new brilliantines satines, both solid and flowered, from ten cents to twenty-five cents. 0 a beautiful'dress fabric with'a silken gloss, and which will hold. Toau1edown, a heavy fabric * ssian Fleece, Beige Norveaute, suitable for wraps. Taffete MiNres, something very neat, dressy and ...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 25 September 1895

THE NEWS IN BRIEF. londenped Accout of Important Evexts From All Over the Wei-ld. Through the South. All of the saloons in Jacksonville, F14., run in full blast on Sundays. The Jaokson 'lle, Fla., market is now well supplied with fine fat oysters. The negroes have organized a Society for the PreventionA of Crime in Jack sonville. Fla. Dr. John S. Linton, the oldest resi dent of Athens, Ga., is eid. He was just 83 years old. The Statesville (N. C.) cotton mills have all their new spindles in position and are in full operation. Senator Marion Butler says he will attend the non-partisan silver conven tion to be held at Raleigh Sept. 25. The negroes are rapidly collecting their special exhibits from North Caro lina and shipping them to Atlanta. The work of constructing the tele phone line from Dawson to Albany and Americus, three Georgia towns, has been completed. The Times-Enterprise, of Thomas ville, Ga., has bought out the plant of Thb Advertiser, and that paper has suspended publioa...

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. — 2 October 1895

ANNING, -S. C., WEDNESDAY OCTOB t T85 -N H.11!1) AT XOK PROCEED:NGS OF THE CONSTITU TV')NAL CONVENTION; - Pr-minbitaries Are -Over mnd Actual Work C. -~.-TIt~ .rticfre oat tho ~ci live Department. ComLCIAIA. Sept. 25.-Specia* The Co0Sttutional Convention may -low he said to have passed througrthe pre lininary stage, and come to the con sideration of-actu-l measures. This is not saying that the body hasebeen idle. A most important. responsible and, in some respects, difficult part of the work has been quietly going on. Everv measure introdiced has been referied to its appropriate commnittee, and the number of these has been such as to entail much labor in their proper consideration-. It seems to be the pur pose of the committees to compose and digest all the measures submits and, out of the whole, to' franie pivisions which shall embody the best'features of all the many :and: diverse schemes thus far brought forward. The com mittees-certainly the more importapt of them-have beenxvery...

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

LOUIS APPELT, EDITOR. PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY. SU13SCRIPTION RATES: One Year.................. --'....$1.50 Six Months...... .. ............ Four Months.... ............ 50 ADVERTIsING RATES: One square, one time. $1; each subse q-ent insertion, 50 cents. Obituaries and TributeS of Respect charged for as regular a.lvetis meuts. Liberal contracts made for tbree, six and twelve months. C)u1munications mu4t be accompanied by the real name and address of the writer in order to receive attention. c-oniunicatiou of a personal char acter will be published except as an adver Entered at the Post Office at Manning as Secoud-Clais Matter. MANNING, S. C.: WEDNESDAY, OCT. 2,1895. There is some talk of adjourning th nvention and going back to finish ,e work in January. We think thdea good one If the mem bers, when they do go home, will devote themselves to studying the needs of the people. If Governor Evans had earried out his promise to get married he would not be opposed to incorporating the ...

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

A HOLIDAY. We met. an;l swift our friendship grew ,Mid pine woods fragrant, full of bees; With p'limpscs of clear water through And murmuring voices in the trees. The blue lake shoac; tLe flowers were fair: Wo marked not how the days passed o'er. What wonder castles in tho air Should rise upon Lake Leman's shore? Full of great purposes and wise, - Your castle rose in splendor rare; All who should help your enterprise, Leader of men, you marshaled there. And toiling millions, by your aid - Enlightened, purer, woke to see The sunlight break beyond the shade Of ignorance and misery. And my moro humblo castle stood A fair oasis full of peace, A home in which the weary should Find welcome and their trouble cease. Al: that holidays should end. %at cloudy castles tumble down; The time has come, too soon, my friend, To take our way to London town. Back from the pine woods and the sun, To weary days and fcggy skies, And work that somehow must be done Between the sunset and sunrise. We, too, ...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 2 October 1895

P-,I* "SEA WRACK." The wrack was dark an shiny where it floated L w inthesea; bere was no one in the brown boat but only him an me; Him to cut the sea wrack--me to mind the boat. WhAn not a word between us the hours we were The wet wrack. The sea wrack. The wrack was strong to cut. We laid it on the gray rocks to wither in the s4 un. n what should call my lad. then, to sail from Cushendun? a low moon, a full tide, a swell upon the deep. to sai the-old boat-me to fall asleep. The dry wr-ack, The sea wrack, The wrack was dead so soon. s a fire low upon the rocks to burn the -m'rack to kelp: There's a boat gone down upon the Moyle. an sorra one to hekn. beneath the salt sea-me upon the shore !unlight or moonlight we'll lift the wrack no more. The dark wrack. The sea wrack. The wrack may drift ashore. -Blackwood's Magazine. A BAD TOOTHACHE. friend, Mr. Edward Hobday, is '.ne of the people who disparage hatever is not their own. If one of his acquaintances has a possession horse, a boat,...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 2 October 1895

l-UBLISHES ALL COUTY AND TOWN OFFICIAL ADVERTISEMENTS. MANNING, S. C.: WEDNESDAY, OCT. 2, 1895. THE CASH Is What We Want, and We Are Go ing to Sell You Goods at Prices That Will Make You Bring the Cash. 3000 yards nice dress ginghams, every yard warranted to be fast col ors, worth on any market 7e; we only ask you 5e per yard. 4000 yards quilt remnant calico, ranging in length from I to S yards, at 2e and 2je per yard; colors war ranted fast. Our line of the best feather ticking at 12- per -yard; can't be beat for the money. Matrass ticking from 7c to 10c per yard. Call and see our line of school per yar ey are hum mers for the money. 25 dozen children's hose, fast black, at 10e per pair. 25 dozen ladies' fast .black seamless hose at 12te per pair. Attention, hotel keepers-A large lot of fresh cream cheese and im ported and domestic macaroni at very low prices. We will have on hand first of next week a large lot of the finest rust proof oats ever offered for sale in the town of Mann...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 2 October 1895

:DERBY rO LEE. The grand old bard who never dies,. Receive him in our EBueish toUgue; I send thee, but with weepin. eyes. The story that he sun 4. Thy Troy has fal!en-thy dear land Is marred beneath the spoilers heel, 1 eannot trust my ticreblitig hand To write the thlig-> I feel., Oh, realm of tears-but let her bear This b'azon to the end of Tim-,. No %ation rose so white and f air, None fell so pare of crime. The widow's moan, the orphan's wail, Ao'e 'jound thee. but in truth be strong, Eternal ight, though all things fail, Can never be :made wrong. And the Earl adds: An angel's mluih. an angel's tongue, Not Homer's coul alone for me Hymn lortn the great Confederate South, ireintra tirst-tn-n Le. 'Ilha lines weyo written by the Earl of Derby in th- fly.reat of a'translation ot Homer, which the Earl sent to Geo. Lee. FEUD SEITLED. The feuds of Kenltucky have been celebrated in song and story, and many a stirring refrain or bloody tale has been founded on the family wars of "Ihe ...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 9 October 1895

VOL. XI. MANNING, S. C., WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1895. NO. 11. THE FOURTH WEEk. HOW IT BEGAN WITH THE CONSTI TUTIONAL CONVENTION. Anianated Debates of Several Matters of Im portance--Propositiou to Adjourn Till J:naary-Some Articles Virtually Adopt C(ALUMBIA, Oct. 1.-Special: The past two days have been notable ones in the Constitutional Convention. Somi'very important questions have coi e up, and there has been full dis cussion on each. It was expected of course that the dispensary matter would come up, but owmug to the absence of Mr. Clayton of Florence the matter was again de ferre d. Articles viii and ix were passed to a third reading with little or no debate, in the following form: ABTg : -. -IMPEACHMEMTS. Sec. 1ihehouse of representatives shall have the sole power of irnpeach meLt. A vote of two thirds of all the members elected shall be required for an impeachment, and any officer im peached shall thereby be suspended from3-office until judgment in the case shall have been pron...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 9 October 1895

Wat ilaniUg eum. LOUIS APPELT, ErroR. PUBLISUI ED EVERY WEDNESDAY. SUn.-C1ulFION RATES: . : . ,... ....... ............. N T. t S. . : . t. . . . . .... .... . [ .a'~ a . 6 net r . i b.- . . t . . .-t . an a.e. E:-re~d at tht Pit O:ice at anirli t M ANNING, S. C.: WEDNESDAY, OCT. 9, 1895. Governor Evans has appointed Dr Sarah Campbell Allen of Charlestor as one of the assistant physicians ol the State lunatic asylum. Her worl will be in the female department and the Governor deserves credit foi making this excellent appointment The Constitutional Convention ha taken a recess and the members are now at home where they can find oul from the people what is needed. They will, if they consult the people, fnd a very large majority in favor of increasing the constitutional school tax, provided the taxpayer is allowed to direct the piymentof his-tax. We believe in rendering unto Casar the things which are Csar's, and in giving the News and Courier praise for its reports of the Constitutiona...

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. — 9 October 1895

l'TBLISHES ALL COUV~rY AND TM2 OFFICIAL ADVERTISEMENTS. NA NNING, S. C.: WEDNESDAY, OCT. 9, 1895. WOOLEN DRESS GOODS. We Offer You This Week Some Bar gains in Wool Dress Goods That Will Astonish You If You Will Come and Examine the Goods. A beautiful line of cashmeres, all colors, at 16re, 20c, 25c and 35c; call and see these lines of goods, and ] am sure you will buy if you arc needing anything in this line. A line of all-wool ladies' cloth,one yard wide, at 35c per yard. Beat it if you can. Call and see our school-boy jean at 20c per yard. They are the besi on earth for the money. Gents, when you want a nice. cheap suit of clothes, give us a call: we have them in stock from $5.50 tc $12.50. We picked up a large lot of gents sample hats that we are offering ai $1.50 and $2 each; they would cosi from $2 to $3 each elsewhere; we have also in regular stock a nice line of gents' hats from 50c up. Ladies, gents, boys and girls, when you want nice rubber overshoes al the lowest prices gi...

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. — 9 October 1895

VER Y LIVELY D1SNTSS1i0 CoNTIN FD FROM li: oN. trol them then, but a most serious fea ture in the measure was that it would enable dispensaries to be established in those towns. and ruination would in evitablv follow. Mr.-W. D. Ev.aus-How could they do it when all the buildings belong to the franchise? Mr. McGPwan-) ou propose to make it a corporation, sir. Mr. Tillman-By your argument they would elect the mill president mavor, and if he said so vote against th&dispensary. How about that Mr. McGowan-I was using there your argument. Do you believe it would be well to have dispensaries in these towns! Mr. Tillman-Answer my question. Mr. McGowan-I follow your plan, and ask one in answer to-one. Mr. Tillman (from his seat) -No. Mr. Johnstone, in alluding to Sena tor Tillman's reference to the legisla ture, said it was 3hocking. pitiful, mis erable that such an estimate of the leg islature of South Carolina should be held as had been expressed on that floor. If he -had such an opinio...

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. — 9 October 1895

SUPPLEMENT TO THE MANNING TIMES VOL. Xl. MANNING, S. C., OCTOBER 9, 1895. NO. 11. AND PR Trade has shaken off his load of depression and i mercantile experience taught me that a change was b the people would need. The present rising prices only " OL: is not only in the ring, but that he has managed his bus latest styles in DRESS SILS, FLANULS, WORSTBDS, 0 Ready-Made Clothing. In this line I bought enly from reputable manu * facturers, who pride themselves upon keeping up with the fashions and with making up their clothing to fit and hold the shape. These goods * are astonishingly cheap. When a suit of clothes is wanted I ask that you not make a purchase until you come and look at my all-wool suits for $5. I * have one hundred dozen wool-filling jeans pants for $1 that are equal to any $1.50 pants on the market. * I have one hundred dozen heavy cottonade pants, with a pair of suspenders to each pair, for 75 cents -equal to any $1.25 pants on the market. Cone and See for Yourself the ...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 9 October 1895

THE NEWS IN BRIEF. ndesed IaMportaml Evea e oem Ae. ~the wor*l Through the South. Over 300 persons attended the silver meeting in Raleigh, N. C. A site has been bought for $15,000 at LaGrange, Ga., for a $800,000 cotton The Rome (Ga.) Iron works, after a period of idleness, have resumed opera tions. Jackson, Ga., has already bought 1,000 bales of new coign cie the sea son opened. A daily paper, The Opinion, publish ed by a negrM has just mAde its ap pearance in Atlanta. - The American Protective. association of Nashville, Tenn. I& .-t l muti cipal ticket in the fi. A petition asking the government to recognize Cuba as a belligerent is being circulated in Atlanta, Ga. Two attempts have been made re cently by an unknown incendiary to i burn the Tampa (Fla.) Daily Times of fice. At San Antonio, Tex., John Hum phreys in a fit of anger at his sister, flri , revolver at her, inflicting 0 fatal wound. :rbr an oficial of the eus - partment at Charleston. . C., committed suicide in Atlan...

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. — 16 October 1895

VOL I. .- - MANNING.,S. C., ________ 18.. OCTOBERO.12. SOME I18$TORY OF '76. GE.N. FARLEY REPRODUCESASPEECH OF GEN. GARY. It W:is Delivered in Edgetield in ISS and Ircites the Iuportaut Part of Butler and Gary in NomiDating Hampton. The debate on Saluda county in the Co(i.stitutional convention has called fqrth a letter from General Farley to t-. iress, containing a warm tribute to Lis friend Gen. "Mart' Gary, and the following which is printed as per tiut-t to the discussion vn that ccca bioll.I GFERAL GARY is 1S76. It is well known that General Gary was an uncompromising "Straightout Democrat," not in the sense in which it is used now, but as opposed to all compromise with the Republicans, or fusion with the negroes. both of which were attempted and failed in this State prior to and just after the success of 1876. Wben General Gary returned to Edgefield, lie entered the practice of law and declined all con itection with the efforts being made on the compromise line up to 1S76. He ...

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

L ISAPPELT, EDITOR. 1'~F;~si~) &'~YWEDN~ESDAY. ;Ui;-CUP!.O. RATES: r ... .............$1.50 F. itr :, ..nth ......... - ......... 50 AVElElRTI ING RATES: One . one time, i; eacli sube q-.q. inser-ion. 50 cents. Obituaries and 'rtl.'t. of Respect charged for as regular a ve tis. ;ntats. Li eral contracts made for three. sx and twelve :uonths. Comuinnications mut be accompanied by the real name and address of the writer in orler to receive attention. No c, aication of a personal char. act-'r will be pn:ished except as a, a-ver tiemtIt Entered at the Post OfAie. ..t .m:.i :V cond-Class Matter. M3A NNING, S. C.: WEDNESDAY, OCT. 1, 1893. irby Ij'd Ils -. ; I i I.lsword " Senator John L. M.1 rby is out in the newspaplers with a long inter view, which may be summed up to mean a declaration of war against those who do not come out right now and say they will support him for re election to the United States senate. Ostensibly he is opposed to the re port of the "suffrage committee," of w...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 16 October 1895

1TBLISHE ALL COUNTY AND TOWN OFFICIAL ADVERTISEMENTS. MANNING, S. C.: WEDNESDAY, OCT. 18, 1895. SELLING CHEAP. Our Aim Is Not to See How Much We Can Sell an Article For, But to See How Little We Can Sell It For and Make an Honest Living. Forty suits of youths' wool cloth ing, coat, pants and vest-from 14 to 18 years-only $3.75 per suit; worth $5 in any market. Ladies, we call your attention to the fact that we have as nice a line of dress goods as any house in the town, and we are selling them at prices that should certainly com mand your attention. Ladies, we specially call your at tention to our line of fine black dress goods. Gents, when you want good chew ing tobacco give us a call. Our Red Juice at s5c per pound, worth 50e; "Its Good" at 35c. worth 50c; Annie McLeod at 40c, worth 60c; No Tariff at 3c per plug or 25c per pound, are brands of plug tobacco that the world can't beat for the money. Remember, ladies, our self-rising flour for making cakes. 200 pounds fruit jelly for ...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 16 October 1895

IS THY HEART RIGHT!i REV. DR. TALMAGE MAKES A POINT BLANK QUERY. Jehn's Question to Jehonadab-It Was Not More Appropriate for that Hour and Place Than It Is for this H-.ur ami Place. An Eloquent Discourse. - - NEw YORK, Oct. 6.-In hir sermon for today Rev. Dr. Talmage speaks di rectly to the hearts of all who have not yet definitely aaccepted the free offer of salvation in Cii-ist Jesus. Ti2e subject was "A Point Biank Ques tion," the text. beini II Kin x, 1. -Is thine heart rig-t Vith muetkled horse~s at full sueed foi he was celebrated for fast driviii, Jehu. the warrior and kinr. retur!., from batle But seeing Jehonadab. an acquaint =uce. by the wayside, le shouts: "Whoa: Whoa:" to tue heat ed spau. Then 1eaning over to nadab, Jehu salutes him ia the words of th text-words. nat more a ppropri ate fo~r that hour aud that place than for this hour and place, --1s thine- heart right?" . 1 I should like to hear of your, calhealth. Well myelf, I keto have .everybody else well, and so m...

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. — 16 October 1895

SU PPLEMnENTT THE MANNGTM vut. XI. MANNING, S. C., OCTOBER 16, 1895. NO. 12. AND PROSPERITY ONCE MORE REIGNS SUPR IN THE LAND. Trade has shaken off his load of depression and is raising. his head proudly to invite the people to participate in a new emancipation from the opprssios of debt. While values were pressed down to the lowest notch my long mercantile experience taught me that a change was bound to come, even if a revolution had to force it. I, therefore, relying Uui my juidgmnent, took advantge of thec low prices of manufactured goods and bought heavily of everything the people would need. The present rising prices only proves the correctness of my foresight, and to-day ray store is filled with goods bought before the advance in prices. This is no idle boast, and a visit to my store will proe that t "OI.D LAEADER" IN CLIARENDON'S MROANTILE TRADE is not only in the ring, but that he has managed his business so judiciously that he is not even disfigured. The very best markets i...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 16 October 1895

SignceCO of "Vale 06d "Von-" It is a common mistake of Ameri cans to think that the preflx.an" before a Dutch name sigaifiesnObih ty. In the low countrie-that is, in the kingdoms of the Netherlands and of Belgium-"van" has no particular meaning. Names with "van" are apt to be read on shops as well as on the doors of the most aristocratic mansions. The humblest persons have it as well as the .most-refned. On the other hand, a great number of the very oldest families are with out it. In Germaiy "von"' means. noble, and all persons belonging to the no bility have "von" before their fam ily names without any. exception. Persons who do not belong to the no bility cannot pu: "von" before their names, as they have no right to do so and would be found out directly if they assumed it and make them selves ridiculous. But in case of a man being knighted for some reason or other he has the right to put "von" before his family name. For instance, when Alexander Humboldt was knighted he became Al...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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