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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 23 October 1895

VOL. XI. MANNING, S. C, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1895. NO. 13. DOWN TO HARD WORK. THE CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION REASSEMBLES IN COLUMBIA. The Unfinished Busino Taken Promptly In Hand-Several S.ections Adopted. What Was Said and Done. CoLuMBLt. Oct. 16.-Special: The constitutional convention reassembled yesterday pursuant to the resolution providing for the recess. Governor Evans, the president. was absent from the city attending the opening exer cises of the Winthrop Normal and Industrial College. The body had just gotten through with the routine pre liminaries, when attention was called to the death of Dr. J. 0. Byrd, one of the members of the convention, and the body at once adjourned out of re spect to his memory until 10 o'clock this morning.after passing resolutions in regard to the sad occurrence. When the convention was called to order, the proceedings of the day were opened with prayer by the Rev. Mr. Abney. There were exactly 65 mem bers in their seats when the body was wrappe...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 23 October 1895

LT, EDITOR. EVERY WEDNESDAY dul--(;14IPITON RATE-: .r ..... ....... .............$1.50 ..tortiths... . .. --- .... .... ...... 75 ..or .M onth,:.................. .. . 50 .als~tI ING RATES: Ooe qaajnre. oae titite. S:; eneb sub-te q-terar i:w.ertion. 50 cent-. h ilpituarie. an Trribtt--. vt iepec4-t charged for as refgular a lve tI:. iinent'. Li-ral conatractst r:iule for three. six and twelve tuouths. Comanicl it-atious inn-t be at.-M)iIIpa.ied by the re-al ranae an.] aaddreoas of the write r in orler to receive att. ation. No cofia ti ers or a 1ers.f.na chiar aeter will to-- xealh.1.he. p let a- an atlvier tisetu Ut Entered at the Pot Oflice at Matitsai'g ia Seonud-Claas Matter. MANNING, S. C.: WEDNESDAY OCT. 23, 1895. The Constitutional convention is now on the knotty- problem - the suffrage-and how long they are going to solve it we do not know. The plan reported by the commit tee is not satisfactory to some, and yet the dissitisfled ones do not offer a better plan. Senator Irby...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 23 October 1895

Pf'BLISHES ALL COUNTY AND TOWN OFFICIAL ADVERTISEMENTS. MANNING, S. C.: WEDNESDAY, OCT. 23, 1895. ETERNAL PUSHING Is the Price of Success-We Try in Every Way to Please Our Customers. A large lot of fancy glass tea sets, butter dish, sugar dish. cream pitcher and spoon holder, all for 25c per set. 25 doz. of the most fashionable tumblers now on the market. Very thin glass and engraved in the most beautiful designs, only 35c per set. The largest line of fancy candies and crackers in town. Candy for trimmings a specialty. When you want a barrel of good flour remember I am in the market on flour and my price is cheap. Ladies, we have in stock a large lot of the famous milk lunch crackers fresh from the oven. Remember that we are the largest school-book dealers in the county and sell at New York prices. Buy your school-books from us and save postage and express. Gents, when you want the best chewing tobacco at the lowest possi ble price give me call. Our No Tariff plug tobacco at 5c per ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 23 October 1895

WELCOME WOMEN! A GRAET COLLEGE OPENS W!DE ITS PORTALS. Opening of the Wiuthrop Normal and IndustriaL Insititute Un<der Most Aus picious Circumstances--i'ride of all the People. RocK HILL, Oct. 15.-This is a red letter day in the history of Rock Hill. The Winthrop Normaliand Industrial College was today op.-ised to stud,!nts under most favorable auspcies. There are already here two hundred and sixty-five girls There were probably a hundred stu dents on the train from Columbia yes terdav afternoon coming from many different part. of the State. Tipy were a jolly set -wlaurhig aid talking and singiung quite a differle-ntnt from the one many of them will viry likely singr after they have been here a few days and begin to long" for fioi-. As the train pulled out of the Blaiding street station the girls tried their Iinne . giving thefollowiingyell: ' ara, ra, ra, re, hurrah girls of W. . C. 'W e train stopped at greeted that town with MUMsame yell. The train .reached Rock Hill about 8 p...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 23 October 1895

SUPPLM NT TO THE IMTIMES. VOL. XI. MANNING, S. C., OCTOBER 23, 1895- NO. 13. AND PROSPERITY ONCE MORE RINH .UPREME IN THE LAND. Trade has shaken off his load of depression and is raising his head proudly to invite the people to participate n a newi emHaicipation from the oppressions 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 upon my jidgmuent, took advantge of the 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 my store is filled with goods bought before the advance in prices. This is no idle boast, and a visit to my store will prove that the "OLD LIEADER" IN OLARENDON'S MERCANTILE TRADE is not only in the ring, but that he has managed his business so iudiciously that he is not even disfigured. The very best market...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 23 October 1895

THE ROOK. With swift and swelling boom. The waves on the rock ran high, And the rushing spray shot every waY Beneath the darkening sky. The rock rose black and stern, with a cruel pride roSo he: And every drop that touched his top Ran shuddering back to the sea. And far to the mxistY left, And far to the misty right, Each billow ran like a hunted man With naught to stay his flight. When there, at the distant south. Where' the sky and the water cling, A sail unfurled at the edge of the world. Like agentle spirit's wing. The night came quickly down: The waves grew ebon black; There pushed a gale behind the sail, And sped her on her track. Swiftly the fair ship came; A stately thing was she. "Come neir. come nearl Your port is here!" Chuckled the rock in the sea. For her no warning voice; For her no friendly bell; Only the fright of the desert night, And a laugh as if from hell. She strck-en his-traitor heart, She reeled from the horrid shock. And downyith.her crew, cre half they She s...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 23 October 1895

THE ROCK. With swift and swelling boom. The waves on the rock ran high, And the rushing spray shot every way Beneath the darkening sky. The rock rose black and stern, With a cruel pride roso he; And every drop that touched his top Ran shuddering back to the sea. And far to the misty left, And far to tisty right, Each billow ran like a hunted man With naught to stay his flight. When there, at the distant south. Where'the sky and the water cling, A sail unfurled at the edge of the world, Like agentle spirit's wing. The night came quickly down; The waves grew ebon black; There pushed a gale behind th sail, And sped her on her track. Swiftly the fair ship came; A stately thing was she. "Come near, come nearl Your port Is here!" Chuckled the rock In the sea. For her no warning voice; For her no friendly bell; Only the fright of the desert night, And a laugh as if from hell. She struc-6n is-traitor heart, She reeled from the horrid shock, And dQwowith her crew. cro half they She sank at t...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 30 October 1895

-~~M t---- k _ iim ___ XtlcI xI MANNING, S. C., WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 30, 185NO14 CO0UNTY G 0 VE R N1 E NT. THE CONVENTION DISCUSSES THAT IMPORTANT MATTER. A Long and iuterestIng Deibate About the Nunmber of counties-What the Conven tion Did With the Article. COLUmBI. S. C., Oct. 22.-Special: The Constitutional Convention began this week with the consideration of a subject that has engaged much of the public attention, and which, in the convention itself, brought about one of the most animated and interesting debates of the session. After rapidly disposing of prelimi naries the convention, on motion of Mr. Otts, took up the report on coun ties and county government-the pa per which bears this peculiar title: "Report of G. D. Tillman, A. K. Smoak, J. W. Kennedy, J. 0. A. Moore, J. C. Otts and R. R. Stack house, whoconstitute the half of what was once the whole committe on coun ties and county government, and who have no chairman, no clerk, no pa pers, no resolutions and no name by which...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 30 October 1895

LOUIS APPELT, EDITOR. PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year...............-....$1.50 sx Months.. . -.............-- - Four Months..............---... 0 ADVERTISING RATES: 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. 0.: WEDNESDAY, OCT. 30, 1S95. McLaurin's Future With the People. The Pee Dee Advocate, published at Bennettsville, the home of Ron. John L. McLaurin, concludes a com ment on one of our editorials with the prediction that McLaurin will either be nominated for governor or the United States senate. Just what it bases that prediction upon we a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 30 October 1895

THE HARVEST OF THE SEA. The deep sea lies dreaming by the shore, And up the rugged, grassy steep The fisher folk bring home once more Their harvest gathered from the deep. Like ripened plains at summer tide, Their cornfields are the waters wide. For wife and home and nestling child. They trauiail on the trackless sea. The emile that is at parting smiled Mar be a life's last memory The accentsof a farewell word May be the latest ever heard. When on th* sea of life'I sail, With weary longings and regret, If all my countless efforts f-i= I must not fail to cast my net, Waiting till One perchance comes nigh To show mo where the fishes lie. -Good Words. OLD PARSON WADE. The pompous little chairman of the village church committee ended his neat little speech. with a final flourish of his fat hands, and leaning back in his chair complaently await ed the reply of his audience, the Rev. James Wade. But there was no response from the motionless fig ure by his side. It was growing dusk, but th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 30 October 1895

ARE YOU A CANDIDATE? but In the town of Nottoofsst, where I was born and bred. We want to make a chsn Or two before the year has ed. The teacher of ourgr school has pown tnieOf late ee to at the place. Are you a The preacher at our little church has so much He tals for hours on politics up In the public square, And though perhaps this might suit some, we feel quit, free to state We wants aan to preach the word. Are you * a candidate? Our statie agent has become with such ti -pertance decked, He does not treat the commonn folks exactly with respect. - He snaps you up e'n If you ask if the next train Is late. We want a more obliging man. Are you a candidate? Owr postmaster so long has had his salary and place Es acts as If to question him was alnost a dia grame Be tellsyou peopl shouk bepromp, while he Is late. Sonhow we wanta different man. Are you a andiatata And e'en dotor has of Tate grown tremen done big; Be dresses like an Englishlordandrdes round In a gig. Such mighty words upo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 30 October 1895

PU~BLISHES ALL COUNTY AND TOWN OFFICIAL ADVEUTISEMENTS. MANNING, S. C.: WEDNEESDAY, OCT. 30, 1895. NEW HOME. If You Want One of the Best and Lightest-running Sewing Machines on Earth Buy the New Home-We Will Sell You One Cheap 'or the Cash. 5000 yards quilt remnant calicos, colors warranted to stand, only 2;c per yard; worth Sc. Ldies, when you want a stylish winter dress, call and see our line of crepons. 314 inches wide and war ranted fast colors, at only 10c per yard; beats anything that has been brought to this town this season: you cannot buy them anywhere else for less than 12ic. Gents, if you want a nice all-wool suit at $6, $7.50, $8.50 and $10, here is the place to get them. Remember those school-boy jeans, wool-filling, at 20c per yard, worth 25e. is just sweeping the country. 200 pairs of ladies' pebble grain button shoes, all leather, at only $1.15 per pair. When you want a barrel of the best flour for the least money give me a call; here is the..place to get it cheap. A...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 30 October 1895

COUNTY GOVERN ME NT. [CONTINCED FROM PAGE ONE. MR. PARROTT. Mr. Parrot then made an impassion ed speech on the subject-agamst suh a proposition as this. He s ke for some time and was frequent v inter runted by "Uncle George" Tillman. & . D. Tillman-Haven't vou the 500-mile limit already adopted? What more do you want? Do you want the earth? Mr. Parrott-I don't want any part of Edgefield. (Laughter and applause.) Mr. G. D. Tilman-Take my hat. GARY AND TILLMAN. -Mr. Gary then tackled the Edgefield delegation. He said they talked of unholy alliances. Said he: "Who has set the example of unholy alliances? B. R. Tillman of Edgefield." Senator Tillman had introduced the Mart Ga ry county scheme into the conven tion. Tillman wouldn't deny that. Mr. George Tillman-We are going to make two more counties out of Edgefield yet. Mr. Klugh wanted to call the con vention's attention to some history bearing on this matter. A hundred years ago the State found that it had to divide up its territo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 6 November 1895

4 I I ~ iI~ VOL. XI. MANNING, S. C.~ WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 6, 1895. NO. U3. FEMALE SUFFRAGE. THE SUBJECT FULLY DISCUSSED !N THE CONVENTION. Earnest and Able Speeches on Both Side The Advocates of the Bnllot For Wouen Lose The Fight. COLUMIn. Oc t. 2S.-Special. The fight over the matter of female suf trage began in the Convention today. when section 3 of the suffrage article came up. Mr. Ctayton of Florence offered the following amendment: Amend in line 3 after the word "it" and before the word "shall- insert the words -and every female citizen of this State and of the United States 21 years of age and upwards, not laoor ing under the disabilities named in this Constitution and who, in her own right owns taxable property of the value of $30O." Mr. Clay ton stated that the amend ment just offered placed the conven tion face to face with female suffrage. He had to attack prejudice in doing so. But he would not hesitate to make the charge. He hoped the members would rise superior to preju...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 6 November 1895

LOUIS APPELT. EITOR. PUBLISHED.EVERY WED'ENDAY. sUBSCRIPJION RATES: One Year............. ----.......$1.50 Six Months...... ............... 75 Four Months.................... 50 ADVERTISINi RATES: One square, one time, $1; each subse quent insertion, 50 cents. Obituaries and Tribates of Respect charged for as regular advertisements. Liberal contracts made for tlree. six and twelve months. Cormunications must be accompanied by the real name and address of the writer in order to receive attention. No communication of a personal char acttr will be published except as an adver tisem-ut. - Entered at the Post Office at Manning as Second-Class Matter. M ANNING, S. C.: WEDNESDAY, NOV. 6th, 1895. STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, COUNTY OF CLARENDON. OURT OF COMMON PLEAS. William F. B. Haynsworth and B. Pressley Barron, as Qualified Exec utors of the last Wlll and Testa ment of Saipuel C. C. Richardson, deceased, Plaintiffs, against W. W. Benbow, Defendant. Judgment for Foreclosure and Sale. UNDER A...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 6 November 1895

C~bEDTO DEATH. A Most Brutal Murder Com mitted In Omaha. A YOUNG GIRL WAS THE VICTIM. hyee Young Men Have Been Arrested For the Crime and Some Damaging Evidence X8 Produced-The Murdered Girl Wad On 17 Eleven Years of Age-The Story Told by Rer Little Brother, Oxuo Nov. 5.-Ida Gaskns' muti lated body was found in a small out building in the rear of 1807% Howard street, in the business district of Omaha, at 2 a. m. She had bcen outrage and murdered, Within an hour George Morgan, Ed Sanford and Henry Booker, all young men, were in custody charged with the crime. Ida Gaskius was only 11 years old. Hr mother, a widow, lives on the third floer of a tenement house at 1814 Howard street. Ida was missed from her home early in the evening. Her mother scarched for he:r but fa_od to find any trace of her. At about 11 o'clock she reported to the polie station that her -daughter had disaeared. When the police searched 'imd develo.ped the murder three beurs later, a rigorous investiga tion led to t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 6 November 1895

~NE FIELD DEAD). Noted Poet Passes Away at His Home In Chicago. PA -URE WAS THE CAUSE. -eld Had Been Indisposed Rg Sev Days, but 'othing Serious Was Ex to Result-A Snort Sketoh of Hi .d Work-4-aves a Widow and mCmcaGo, Nov. 5.-Eugene Field, the died in his bed of heart failrte 5 a. m. He retired during the ht in his usual health and apparently soundly till daybreak, when-his who-occupied the room with him, him groan and putting out his found that death had already en place. Field had been indisposed for al days. but no serious restfts- were thought of by kis family and im e friends. H. Tenowine, -Ahis city was at -*. Field's bedside en he d Mr. Field and AMr. Yen -itended to start together for City, at which place .Mr. Field to read. Mr. Field has .a wide ao tance in the ciT. and the an cement df his death causes a sor shock. thas been said of Eugene-Field that changed his ink with his varying and intentions. -If -he was blue, stoiy goes, and did nt inthd to ln when he -seated himse...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 6 November 1895

eaug 91u. PUBTSHES ALL COUNTY AND TOWN OFFICIAL ADVERTISIENTM MANNING, S. C.: WEDNESDAY. NOV. 6th, 1895. A NEW SyOCK Of Fine Dresa Goods and Dry G.oods of All Kinds Cheaper Than Ever Before. Call Quick if You Want a Nice, Chosp Dres. 5.000 yards quilt patch calico, every piece guaranteed to be fast color-, only 21: per yard. worth 5c. A large tht of ladies' undtervests at 35c, 50c, 75c, ad $1 per pair. We have also in stock a nice line of Indies' wool unlervests. We have a nic- line of casimeres for mak ing up gents' and boys' fine suits and pants at prices so cheap you will surely buy if you come and look at them. 200 pairs lhdies' pebble grain button shoes, solid leather out antrout, only $1.15 per pair, worth $1.50 everywhere else. A lot of fne red rust proof oats at W0c per bushel, also a lot of the finest red rust proof oats that the market can produce at 75c per bushel. - When you want a barrel of the bost flour give me a call. Anxious for trade. W. E. Jaxxzxsox. Cotton sold i...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 6 November 1895

THE RIGHT OF RIGHTS [CONTLNUED FRO)M PAK ONE. "officer" in the 14ti line. After some debate the amendtment was rejected. 31R. PARROTT S PLAN. Mr. Parrott'samendment came next: "All electors otherwise entitled to the right of suffrage by action of this convention, and pay taxes on proper ty to the amount of .200 or more. and who represent a family, as the head thereof, sha 1 have the right to cast two votes in all elections of this State. This was rejected also - after a very short discussion. BY GOV. SHEPPARD. When the tollowing amendment of fered by Gov. Sheppard came up, Senator Tillman accepted it on the part of the committee: Add the following as subsection "a' to wit: "The general assembly shll not impose any qualification's upon the right of registration not pre scribed by this article." Mr. Patterson thought that there was something objectionable in this. though the committee was willing to accept it. Senator Tillman stated that there was no objection to this provision whatev...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 13 November 1895

voL. XI. MANNING, S. C., WEDNESDAY; NOVEMBER 131 ChANGE OF VENUE. ANIMATED DISCUSSION ON THE 'JURISPRUDENCE ARTICLE. D1iffering Views of Differing Delegates as to the Place of Trial of Cases in Court. COLI2SBIA. Nov. 7.-The session of -he Convention to day was consumed ;i the discussion of parts of the article un jurisprudence. The article as reported by the com mittee contained, as a part of section 2, these words: "The State shall have the same right to move for a change of venue that a defendant has." Mr. Geo. Johnstone moved to strike out these words. Mr. John stone went on to explain the scgpe of his amendment and he insisted that he was merely trying to preserve a i ight as old as the magna Charter. This is a great general principle that ought not be avoided for special cases. It will be contended that in certain cases of homiedes orriotsor lynchings there should be a modification of the fixed principle of a thousand years. He said that perhaps the course of a solicitor had be...

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