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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 4 December 1895

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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. — 4 December 1895

PUBLISHES ALL COUN"TY AND TOW1 OFFICIAL ADVERTISEMENTS. MANNING, S. C.: WEDNESDAY, DEC. 4, 1895. THE GREAT SECRET Of Selling Goods is to Buy Then Right, and the Great Secret of Buying Goods is to Know a Bargain When You See It. We are now receiving our holiday goods. Come and buy your presentf from us. We can please you in al most anything you want. We have now in stock the prettiesi line of glassware ever shown in the town. A nice sauce or berry set con taming 1 large dish and 6 little indi vidual dishes, only 25c per set, A very nice tea set containing but ter dish, sugar dish, cream pitcher, and spoon holder, only 25c per set. 10 doz. of the prettiest butter dishes you ever saw, only 15c each. Remember those Christmas cakes in time. We have a large lot of rais ins at 10c per lb, currants at 10c per ib, citron at 20c per lb. Only $4.50 for a barrel of the best flour the market can produce. Give us a call when you want the best red rust proof oats. Don't forget, ladies, that we kee...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 4 December 1895

THE SON OF DAVID,. REV. DR. TALMAGE PREACH ES A SER MON TO yOUNG MEN. Love of Home--Indutrious Habits--A High IdexI of Life--respect For the Sab bath-The Christlan Religion--l Turn Ing Point. WASUNGTON, Nov'. --11 hisser mon today Rev. Dr. Talmige, preach ing to the usual crowded audience, took up a subject of universal interest to Voupa men. His text was selected froy Iy Samuel xviii. 2), -Is the young man Absalom safe ?" The heart of David, the fAher, was wrapped uo in his boY Absalon. lie was a splendid boy.judged by the rules of -worldly criticism. From the of his head to the souIl of his foot there was not a single bleuish. The Bible said that he had such a lux uriant shock of hair that when oiice a year it was shorn what was Cat off weighed over three pounds. But. notwithstanding all his brilliancy o appearance,. he was a bad boy ami broke his father s heart. S liottinga to get the throuc of Israelc. He had marshaled an arm to over throw his father's goveraneut. The day of bat...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 11 December 1895

WI _VOL.o xi. MANNING S. C., WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 11, 35 O 0 ADJOURNE NE DI. THE CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION HAS COMPLETED ITS TASK. Closing Scenes of the Final Session--The Instrxument Formally Signed and Seated. COLUMBIA, Dec. 4.-Special: The Convention reassembled last night. to hear the -report of the committee on "order, style and revision", and to rafy the new Constitution. The at tendance of delegates was surprising ly. large. The committee's work had been completed-and well done. Their suggestions were made in a clear and systematic manner. The' convention first decided to ad journed sine die some tim today. Thenthe Constitution was taken up, section by-section. The amendments. I offered by the committee (relating in alpiost-every instance, to forms of ex pression) were, one by one, adopted. i In.--this way several articles were I disposed of. This afterno6n the reading was com pleted. Then an aye and nay vote was called for on the adoption of the Con stitu ion as a whole. "The...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 11 December 1895

LOUIS APPIELT, E:DITOR. r-IFl; L\IVEDNE:I)AY i s ,,ZSCRil.ON Rr.TE-: n Y -ar ............. .............$1.50 For Months........-----..... .... 50 -ADVElW! ING RATES: One gIuare, one time, SI; each subse qnent inserton. 50 cents. Obituaries and ribute~s of tept charged for as regular adveitisementS. Liberat contracts made for t::ree, six and twelve months. Communica:ions must be accompanied by the real name and addre!s of the writer in order to receive attention. No communication of a personal char acter will be published except as an adver tsemen t. -Entered at the Post Office at Manning as Second-Class Matter. M ANNING, S. C.: WEDNESDAY, DEC. 11, 1895. We know that we will receive the symphathies of the brethern of the press when we tell them the Pied mont-Headlight has turned onr pic -= g ii, and has wiped us off of its exchange list. This is too bard, and if times were not so hard we would sell our kioodle and be among the paid up subscribers to the Head light just to keep up wi...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 11 December 1895

hu paning 5iUmts. I-UBLISHES ALL COUNTY AND TOWIN OFFICIAL ADVERTISEIIENTS. MANNING, S. C.: WEDNESDAY. DEC. 11, 1895. OH! HORROR! Eight Human Beings Buried Alive Beneath a Seething Mass of Brlek Lime, Tin and Glass. ALL ARE TAKEN OUT ALIVE. One Man Probably Fatally Injured, Another Seriously Hurt, and the Rest More or Less Burned and Bruised. FIRE PURELY ACCIDENTAL. Two Stores Burned and a Third De molished. Loss about $25,000. Several times have we been called upon to chronicle the sad news ihat Maning has been visited by fire, but the visitation of last Sunday morning was the saddesi and most horrible in our experience. We have often read of holocausts. The dail3 newspapers published in large cities often publish tales of horror which seems almnsl impossible, but for the first time in oni experience did we realise just how fearful it was for a building to collapse with hbu man beings within its walls. About two o'clock Sunday morning P,> liceman Huggins. private Watchman J. W. ...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 11 December 1895

CLEVELAND'S POLICY. HIS VIEWS ON EXISTING FINANCIAL QUESTION. He Takes rosition Plainly in Favor of Gold Mononietalismn. Against Free Bauks and against Free Silver. President Cleveland, in his annual message to Congress, read on Tuesday the 3rd inst., devoted unusual attun tion to the financial ouestions which now agitate the people of the country. After a careful review of the treasury conditions which necessitated the sale of bonds to replenish the gold reserve, Mr. Cleveland says: Though the amount of gold drawn from the treasury appears to be very large, as gathered from the facts and figures herein presented. it was actual ly much larger. considerable sunis having been acquired by the treasury within the several periods stated with out the issue of bonds. On the 28th of January, 1S95, it was reported by the secretary of the treasury that more than $172,000,000 of gold had been withdrawn for hoarding or shi'ment during the year preceding. He now reports that from Jan. 1, 1879. t...

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. — 11 December 1895

rher -'1. IBal1 o ek, lreit ,f theI lhtk , M.nufaturing e nany tW D:! t n, Ga.. shot hiisetf throu ' 'h the heart. iyig istantly. Th- tra .,1yv cured in ills oilice and was n1"t wit nessedN~ hy anyv (lo. Grravoe d11ubt, exist as t >whethor the de-d was suici-hd or accienta. a ncaus s know' nh the A -i' imh'asin latvin g'i abiroad conernii"t th* dur::ti f the Atlanta eXn 'siti n, Preidlnt C ller has given ou't the fvllowuig statement: "To the 1 Public-I wish to correct an .erroneous impression that- the expositioi will be ex Ind beyond the present year. It CL se inlly and forever on Dec. 31. and t but f ur weeks remain to see the model expos-iin of the century." In R -beson county N. C., Angu Ar chi' Uravboy shoit and killed Mal Strong. his istress. B th are Crtatan Indians. H., suspected ier of Ieig Un faithful and pesualed her to accom pamv him - slhrt distance from the h*sie and si, t he r in the ,temple. He t-ld somw of his frields what lie had dine anid inuchatcly left for So...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 11 December 1895

North, East, West Count Von Taaf, - s mah, died at Ellischa Alexander UmAs, diedsdde it his h . Thirty thousand Spai. be landed in Cuba durini Senor Cyrillo has been tuguese ministier to the t -The e Savings EX( -of Omaha has gone into volu ruptcy. James 0. Fox, the United S sul at Antigua, Coloaibia, hat yellow fever. Fire at Wabash avenue and Ra street, Chicago, destroyed some $ worth of property. During the last. 18.months, 46 pea have been killed and 86 injure trolly cars in the city of Chicago, At Throop, Pa., Seera Robbins sh and fatally womitded hii wife and~ the shot himself. He died within a shor: time. .swifstainhot live. Admiral'Kirkand, who has been re lieved from command of the -European station, will not retire at present, but will be assigned to shore duty. Senater. H: Mitchell of Oregon says that he considers the passage of a Ni caraguassazibill the most important duty of the Fifty-fourth congress. The pope pidided at Ihe secret con sistory- and creat- , nine cardina...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 18 December 1895

VOL. XI.MANINA S. C., WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 18, . NO. 21. THE N WV CON STITUTION TEXT OF THE INSTRUMENT ADOPT ED BY THE STATE CONVENTION. The Found .tion of the Right- of the Cit zen and ti. Powers of the tate tGovern ment. ARTICLE IV. EXYCUTIVE DEPARTMENT. Section 1. The supreme executiveat thority of this State snall be rested i a cheif n.'istrate, who shall be style "the govt rnor of the State of Sout Carolina. Sec. 2. '1>e governor shall be electe by the elh'ors duly qualified to vot oilmembers ofthe house of represents tives, and shall hold his office for tw years, and until his successor shall 'o chosen ai;d qualified, and shall be r< eligible. Ie shall be elected at th first gener l election held under thi Constitution for members of the ger eral asseibly, and at each zenera election thereafter. and shall be it stalled da! ing the first session (if th said general 'assembly after his electior on such day as shall be provided b; law. The other State officers elec shall at ...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 18 December 1895

ght LOUIS APPELT, EDITOR. PUBLISIED EVERY WEDNESDAY. SUIB.CRIPTION 11ATES: Ono Year............ ..... ..1.2 Six Months. ... .. ..---...-- - Four Months.................. ADVERTILANG RATES: One square, one time, $1; each subs quent insertion. 50 cents. Obituaries an Tributes of Reapevt charged for as regul advertisemecnts. Liberal contracts made f< three, six and twelve nionths. Communications must be accompanie by the real name and address of the writ< in order to receive attention. No communication of a personal cba acter will be pub:ished except as an adve tisement. Entered at the Post Office at Manning a Second-Class Matter. 1MANNING, S. C.: WEDNESDAY, DEC. 18, 1895. We agree with the News anu Courier when it says it "will be a but iness mistake" for the State board < control to raise the price of liquo The low price had the effect of starv ing the blind tigers to a great exten and it had the effect of giving th authorities less trouble to enforce tb law. If the price is...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 18 December 1895

PUBLISHES ALL COUNTY AND TOW OFFICIAL ADVERTISEMENTS. - MANNING, S. C.: WEDNESDAY. DEC. 18, 1895. YOUR NAME IN PRINT. -Mr. Baker Haynsworth, of Floren< is visiting Captain W. C. Davis. -Mrs. T. C. Murry and child, of Edist< is visiting relatives in the county. -Rev. W. B. Duncan and family le last Monday for Kingstree, to get ready t move to their new home in Allendale. It is said that orange blossoms will bloot in Manning soon. Santa Claus nas taken up his quarters i Miss Annie Davidson's. W"arE.-A three-year-old turkey fc the editor's Christmas dinner. Mr. J. W. McLeon has engaged the sei vioes of MAr. Robert Jenkinson. The constables are keeping a hawk-eye o the various depots in the county. Mr. W. E. Jenkinson is doing the sellin ad behind Mr. Moses Levi's counters. A bale of cotton was stole:, from the ster lot of Mr- B. A. Johnson last Friday night One night last week a bale of cotton ws stolen from the premises of Mr. S. M. Niu son. McLeod has just opeued a pretty lot c...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 18 December 1895

THE NEW CONSTITUTION. LCONTINUED FRO2; IA E ONE. j by law. He shal be elected by the qualified electors of the State for the term of two years and shall receive for his services such compensation as shall be fixed by law. Sec. 29. There shall be one soheitor for each circait. hvIo shall reside therein, to be elected by the qualitied electors of the circuit, who shall hold his office for the term of four years, and shall receive for his services such compensation as shall be lixed by law. In all cases when an attorney for the State of any circuit fails to attend and prosecute according to law, the court shall have power to appont an attor -ney pro tempore. In the tvent of the establishment of county courts the general assembly may provide for one solicitor for each county inl the place and instead of the circuit solicitor,and may prescribe his powers, duties and compensation. Sec. 30. The qualified electors of each county shall elect a siheritf and coroner, for the term of four years...

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. — 18 December 1895

l.~ SAlPIELT. EiTroi. JTEM F NTNU S Happenings All Over the World BrieFly Told. Through the Routh. Lizzie Stuhr of Km: .xT> . was frightened tdath 1y te butin of her hous. Alonzo and Dua l?::rd f leaue county, W. Va., tabbed Theod;ore Rb erts, a neighbor. to death. Mr. G. Calhoun was run over and in stantly killed by a train about five miles north of Fort Pierce. Fla. C. R. Hassell. the arch conspirator in the Beaufort gravevard insurance cases, -has been convicted at Trenton. N. 0. Tom Payne of Davard. Madison. county, N. C.. shot and~ instantly killed .Sarah And2 erson. Payne is still at large. W. N. Prather, a balcer and promi nent citizen of Charlt*.'. N. C.. wa found dead in his r, with a rp, arkaid his neyk. The Bradield Car Coupler companyi has been incrpo-rate l at Ch attano Tenn., by H1. Clay Evans. Gexr:e W. Barfield and others. The town of Titusville, in Brevard county, Fla.. was nearly wiped out by fire. The total loss is estimated at $100, 000, partially insured. Jim...

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. — 18 December 1895

CARLISE TO CONG3RESS The Secretary's Report on the Finances of the Country. IORTY MILLION DOLLARS DFICIT & Large Part of the Report Devoted to the Condition of the Treasury-An Ex haustive Argument In Favor of the Re tirement of the Greenbacks - Gold Would Then Le Returned. WAsnixGTON, Dec. 17. - Secretary Carlisle's annual report on the- state of finances has been sent to congress. It shows that the revenues of the govern ment from all sources during the last fiscal year amounted to $390,373,203. The expenditures during the same pe riod aggregated $483,178,426, leaving a deficit for the year of $42,805,223. As compared with the fiscal year 1894 the receipts for 1895 increased $17,570,705, although there was a decrease of $11, 829,981 in the ordinary expenditures, which is aecnunted for by a reduction of $11,134,05v on sugar bounties. The revenues for the current fiscal year are estimated, under the basis of existing laws, at $481,907,407 and the expendi tures at $448,907,407, wh...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 25 December 1895

VOL. NL MANNING. S. C.. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 25 THE j\W CONST IU0Ti\. TEXT OF 7HE INSTRUMENT ADOPT ED BY TAE STATE CONVENTION. The Found v iou ''f tii..Ights of te Citi zen and th.- I'ower; of the -tate Govern ment. ARTICLE IX. CORPORATION". Section . The term cyrporation as used in this article includes all associa tions and j >int stock companies having powers and privileges not possessed by individuals or partnerships and ex eludes municipal corporations Sec. 2. No charter of incorporation shall be granted, changed or amended by special law, except in the case of such charitable, educational, penal or reformatory corporations as may be under the control of the State. or may be providt d for in this Constitution. but the general assembly shall pro vide by general laws for changing or amending existing charters, and for the organization of all corporations hereafter to be created, and any such law so nassed. as well as all charters now existing or hereafter created, shall be subj...

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. — 25 December 1895

LOUIS APPELT, EDITOR. j C PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY. S t, SUBSC1-IPTION RATES: t One Year.............. ....-- .-.-----S. -50 1 Six Months...... ... ............... 75 Fonr Months ....................... 50 1 ADVERIISING RATES: Or.e square, cue time, $1; each subse qunrt iNsertion, 50 cents. Obituaries and Tributes of lkspect charged for as regular advertisements. Liberal contracts made for three, six and twelve m11ontis. Communications mn-t 6! accomnipanied by tie' real name and address of the writer in order to receive attention. No comiuarnication of a personal char acter will be pubished except as an adver ti.emeut. Entered at the Post Office at Manning as t SeConi-Cass Matter. M LNNG, S. C.: WEDNESDAY, DEC. 25, 1895. CHRISTMAS 1S95. G:ory to God in the highest! And on earth peace, Good will toward nen ! So the angels chanted the procla mation of the "Gospel of Peace" to ward all mankind. Who can refrain lrom joining in that sublime canticle, vcicing as it does the heart-hungry ...

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. — 25 December 1895

mre gpatiUti tme PUBLISHES ALL COUNTY AND TOWN OFFICIAL ADVERTISEMENTS. MANNING, S. C.: WEDNESDAY, DEC. 25, 1895. Look-out for squalls. A merry, merry Christmas to all. Call at the Times Office and buy a big dictionary. The musical notes of gobble, gobble, will be stilled to-day. Thomas & Bradhamn had a horse sale in Salem last Thursday. The college boys and girls are at home spending the holidays. The county treasurer tells us that the taxes are coniing in very slowly. The Euphemian Literary Society will have a public meeting next Friday even ing 27th inst. The public is invited to at tend. We missed a treat last Friday by not be ing able to accept a kind invitation to dine at Mr. C. L. Emanuel's. Henkel Craig. & Co.. sold a fine lot of horses and mules at Leg & lutchin son's stables last Monday. There was a Christmas tree entertain. ment last Monday night at Miss Carrie Legg's school house in the Fork. An occasional visit to Pinewood would have a healthy effect on the ...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 25 December 1895

CHRISTXAS AT BLA'K M 3IY'S %V T'mor' gwine be Chri-;'mus. chilluns, s But I dunno 'bout Sands Ca' '., I speck de ole man's brot e dis Chris'muis; d. Al 't no wol fo' h s ole caws. ti He bank d.te bus'; he los' hi- rnoney; He wo'kme qu t, dat hat dey .said. S'pec h- kee awam his Chrin'mus- P Mout be cat de oe tuan's daid. What'.% dat, Dinah? Whar 5 o' git it Dat big b-ox o' -e-tin on? P Fuil o'::uts an to s an candy Dore brunsg heah by %Iassa John? Mama's miglt gwod dis Cri-' nus, M.-ks my 4)e b'ah It-ap wid j 'y ti Dat be 'iewbabs. 'is black IamLny Wha' Lusod him wien fe il no7. h Ruh! Marse John he sen a po,,mum? Praise de Lawd fo' dat gonit aat!' T'mor' -uah be hri -'wus hone3 - Dat de d ty we g wine t eat V1'ar off t' h-d. now, I you chilluni. Doan' yo' h ,ah me wha' 1-a ? e Tinae t heah dem -41eigt he is ringin', b Tin-e dem ret' deen j g d a way. Gawn t' bed ain qu-t dat talkin'; Us here ain't ua time fur play. b Er you cl.ilan- duan' be quiet, b Yo'sea'h ole sandy Ciaws away. ...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 25 December 1895

t 0 LOUIS I1L1. PU . PUBLISHED EVE 'Y W1i)E D A M AN NING, S. C.: W EDN ESDAY, ) EC. 25, 1895. iTEIS OF INTEREST Happenings All Over the World Briefly Told. Through the South. A patent has been issued to John Walter of Winter Haven, Fla., for a transplanter. Mr. G. Calhoun was run over and in stantlv killed by a train about five miles north'oi Fort Pierce, Fla. N. T. Stanaland has been appointed ostmiaster at Ivan. Wakulla county, ela.. vice W. R. Strickland, resigned. C. R. Hassoll, the arch conspirator in the Beaufort. graveyard insurance cases, has been convicted at Trenton. N. C. Near Randolph, Ala., an unknown white man was run over and killed by a freight train on the Southern railway. Special reports to The Manufacturers' Record show an increased southward movement of population from the west and southwest. John Bryant, a young man about 20 years of age. was accidentally killed by his sweetheart, Miss Belle James, at Fort Valley, Ga. At the Democratic convention at Shreveport...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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