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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 25 December 1895

A iencans Not 7afe Will be Removed From the Dis turbeb Districts of Turkey. ADMTR AL ELFIDGE IS NOTFIED. The Admiral WMl Combine His Fleet at Alezandretta and Direct the Amerioan Missionaries and other American Citi seas to Come on Board-Will Land a Foree of Sailors and Marines. CHICAGO, Dec. 23.-A special to The Times-Herald from Washington says: In accordance with the advices of Minis ter Terrell, the administration has de termined to remove American citizens from the disturbed district of Marash in Asia Minor. This determination was reached at the cabinet meeting Fri day and a member of the cabinet said that the navy department had been in structed to issue the necessary orders to the commander-in-chief of the European squadron to the effect that the removal be made at once. The instructions have been sent to Rear Admiral Selfridge by cable. The instructions are explicit. Ad miral Selfridge will combine his.fteet at Alexandretta, the'nearest point to Ma rash, and will direct the ...

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. — 1 January 1896

wTO YT MA NNING., S. C.. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 8, 1896. NO. 24. T0 IMAKE ANGELS WEEP." THE SPECTACLE OF THE CRUELLY DESERTD ARMEN!ANS. The Crimes of Turkey and the Siu of Christian Europe in Not Suppressing Them--Statement froman Exinrent Au thority. Lospos, Dec. 29.-Dr. Henry S. Lunn, Editor of the Review of the Churches, and Percy W. Bunting, Editor of the Contemporary Review, have addressed the following commu nication to all editors in Eugland and America: "We enclose extracts from a letter from a private friend who spent ser eral months of this year ia Armenia and who is one of the first authorities on the question, as you would admit were we at liberty to publish his name. May we beg you to insert these in the next issue of your paper. Yours faithfully, "Henry S. Lunn, "Editor of The Review of Churches. "Percv W. Bunting. "Editor Ithe Canteinporary Review. Any allusion to Armenia upsets me. I am ashamed, excited, indignant when I think of what I saw in that country and of the con...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 1 January 1896

LOUIS AI'PELT, EDITrOR. PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year.............. .............$1.50 Six Months...... .. ............... 75 Four Months...................... .50 ADVERTISING RATES: One square, one time, $1; each subse quent insertion, 50 cents. Obituaries and Tributes of 1tespect charged for as regular adveitisements. IUeral contracts wade for three, six and twelve months. Comninications 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 tisemeut. Entered at the Post Office at Manning as Second-Class Matter. MANNING, S. C.: WEDNESDAY, JAN. 8, 1896. Under the new constitution a great many changes will occur in our pub lic school law. The political prognosticators have already commenced figuring on who is to be our next governor, but the political lightening may strike where it is not looked for. Let us all start the New Year with a dete...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 1 January 1896

Ehe Mtanuing Ettut5. PUBLISHES ALL COUNTY AND TOWN OFFICIAL ADVERTISEMENTS. MANNING, S. C.: WEDNESDAY. JAN. 8, 1896. Call at the Times Office and buy a big dictionary. We still have a number of Webster's Unabridged Dictionaries on hand for sale cheap. Died last Wednesday night, at Jordan, Henry. the one-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Sprott. Died last Sunday night. in Harmony township. Mrs. Annie L. Nelson. wife of Mr. R. M. Nelson. aged about fifty years. P.ev. J. 0. Gough will preach in the Presbyterian church next Sunday night. His subject will be "Unions." All are in vited. The work of rebuilding the burnt dis trict has begun and in a short time three new stores will take place of the preseni ruins. The barn of Mr. W. B. Costin, near Alcoln, with about 125 bushels 'of corn was destroyed by fire last Sunday night. No insurance. Married at Foreston yesterday, at the residence of Mr. J. E. Richbourg, Mr. C. E. Chesnutt and Miss Virginia C. Rich bourg. Rev. .. F. Parker performe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 1 January 1896

THE JAILERS QUERY. "SIRS, WHAT MUST I DO TO BE SAVED." Rey. Dr. Talanage on the 'onverted Sier if-.A Question of incomparable Impor tance-The Cry of an Agit.ted Soul--A Call to the Unconverted. WASHINGTOX, Dec. 29. -For the closing discourse of the year Rev. Dr. Talmage chose a subject vhich appeals to the unconverted everywhere-viz, "The Philippian Jailer." The text selected was, "Sirs, what must I do to be saved?" Acts:vi. 3W. Incarcerated in a Philippian peniten tiary, a place cold and dark and damp and loathsome and hideous, unillu mined save by the tnrch of the otlicial who comes to see if they are alive yet, are two ministers of Chrst, their feet fast in iustruments of torture. their shoulders dripping from the stroke of leathern thongs, their moui -.s hot with inflammation of thirst, their heads faint because they may not lie down. In a comfortable room of that same building and amid pleasnt surroun ings is a paid oticcr of the govCrn ment whose business it is to sariervise t...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 8 January 1896

VO L. XI. MANNING., S. C., WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 15, 18 _________ o 5 AN EXCELLENT SHOWING. MADE BY THE STATE PENITENTIARY THE PAST YEAR. The Annual report of superintendent Neal Running up to the New Fiscal Year. Facts and Figures Conscisely Stated. CoLumBiA, Jan. 9.-Below is given the annual report of Superintendent Neal of the State penitentiary, which is the only one of the reports issued covering the transactions up to the beginning of the new fiscal year pro vided for in the constitution. The in stitution seems to be in good condition under Col. Neal's management. In stead of being an expense to the State it begins the new fiscal year with cash and supplies on hand amounting to $15,695.87. The report reads as follows: * COLUMBIA, S. C., Dec. 31, 1895. To the Honorable Board of Directors of the South Carolina Penitentiary. Gentlemen: As required by law, I have the honor to submit my third annual report as superintendent of the South Carolina penitentiary for 14 months, ending this...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 8 January 1896

LOUIS APPELT, EDITOR. PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNEnDAY. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year......................$1.50 SixMonths........ ............... 75 Four Months....................... 50 ADVERTISING RATES: One square, one time, $1.; each subse quent insertion. 50 cents. Obituaries and Tributes of Respect charged for as regular adveitisewents. Liberal contracts made for three, six and twelve months. Comilmunications mut be accompanied by the real na:ne 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. M ANNING, S. C.: WEDNESDAY, JAN. 15, 1896. It is indeed gratifying to us to read the editorial in the Marion Star commending the course of our friend, Congressman John L. McLaurin, and we reproduce this editorial because it has been rumored in this section that McLaurin was a "dead duck" in Marion. The people of Marion as well as the peop...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 8 January 1896

PUBLISBES ALL COU'NTY AND TOWN OFFICIAL ADVERTISEMENTS. MANNING, S. C.: WEDNESDAY, JAN. 15, 1896. TO OUR MANY FRIENDS: We wish to extend to you our sin cere thanks for the hearty support you have given us during the past year, and now ask for a continuance of your patronage. We have opened up business in one of the Leonard stores, just across the street from Dr. Brown's drug store, a little below Rigby's store. We will only remain here a short while, as we expect to remove back to our old stand just as soon as it is completed, which we trust will be ready for us by the first of March. We have now in stock a large line of farmers' supplies, such as flour, bacon, sugar and coffee, and a full line of plows and plow stocks of all kinds. There will be only one radical change in our business, and that is we will credit no one and will sell for the cash, and for the cash only, or its equivolent, and you know what this means: it means that we are going to sell goods cheaper than they have e...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 8 January 1896

A RING ON HIS HAND. REV. DR. TALMAGE ON THE RETURN OF THE PRODIGAL. New Lights on a Familiar Story--The Richest Ring Ever Fiashed on the Vision Is That Which Our Father Puts on a For given Soul. WASHSGTON, Jan. 5.-In his ser mon today Rev. Dr. Talmage took for his subject the return of the prodigal son. The text chosen was Luke xv, 22, "Put a ring on his hand." I will not rehearse the familiar story of the fast young man of the parable. You know what a splendid home he left. You know what a hard time he had. And vou remember how after that season of vagabondage and prod igality he resolved to go and weep out his sorrows on the bosom of parental forgiveness. Well, there is great ex citement one day in front of the door of the old farmhouse. The servants come rushing up and say: "What's the matter? What is the matterf" But before they quite arrive the old man cries out, "Put a ring on his hand.' What a seeming absurdity: What can such a wretched mendicant as this fellow that is trampi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 15 January 1896

vOT. \'T MAINNING, S. C. I WEDNESDAY, JANUAi2 196. .____ NO. 26. THE GOVERNOWS 1 ESSA(E. HIS VARIOUS RECOMMENDATIONS TO THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY. An Exhaustive Presceatation of the Condi tion and the Needs4 of the State, Govern ment. The annual message of Governor John Gary Evans was read to the Senate and the House of Representa tives, at the opening of the present session, as follows: GENrLE3IEN OF THE GENERAL As SE3IPLY: The past year has been a mo mentous one in the history of South Carolina. Much has been done to the glory and renown of the State, and much has been done'that might well have been left undone. For the first time since IS6 S your deliberations will be governed by an organic law framed by our own peo ple. Under the Act passed by your honorable body calling and providing for a Constitutional Convention, dele gates were duly elected by the people, and the Convention assembled on the 10th day of September, and adjourned on the 4th day of December A. D. 1895, having framed...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 15 January 1896

LOUIS APPELT, ED1TOR. PU-BLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year.............. .............$1.50 Six Months...... ... ............... 75 Four Months....................... 50 ADVERTISING RATES: One square, one time, Sl; each subse quent insertion, 50 cents. Obituaries and Tribntes of lRespect 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. 1\o communication of a personal char acter will be published except as an adver tisement. Entered at the Iost Ofice at Manning as Secoua-Class Matter. MXNNING, S. C.: WEDNESDAY, JAN. 22, 1896. Congressman McLaurin has intro duced a bill in Congress providing for a public building at Florence to cost $100,000, and yet some Flor entites voted for a Republican negro in preference to McLaurin. Kamsas wants a dispensary law patterned after the South Carolina law. If the United States...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 15 January 1896

pUBLISHES ALL COJNTY AND TOWN OFFICIAL ADVERTISEMENTS. MANNING, S. C.: WEDNESDAY, JAN. 22, 1896. NEW GARDEN SEEDS! We have now in stock one of the largest and best selected lines of garden seeds to be found anywhere in the country. Onion sets, red and white, at 15c per qt. or two qts. for 25c. Buy your garden seeds from us and you will have a good garden this spring. We have now in stock as large line of school books as we have ever had. Call and get your school books as cheap as ever. When you want a fine barrel of flour for a little money, give us a call and you will get it.- A car of flour to arrive this week. If you have to buy bacon and lard this spring, now is the time to buy it from us as we have a large lot on hand bought for the spot cash and we are willing to give customers the advantage of the low prices at which we bought. Housekeepers, we will have on hand the last of this week 500 lbs very fine dried ap ples at only 5c per lb. We offer you the best grist at 25c per pec...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 15 January 1896

THE CRY OF ARMENIA. DR. TALMAGE RELATES THE HO RORSOF THE MASSACRE. The Turk Iaces No value on t he L-o of a Christiau--1ieroic Work of USn aries..-Duty of the Nat ionl) to stp l''tr secution--Ciri--ten10m; A pat hy. WVASHI1N TON. .;111. . -t L W. , propriate that in the pre o' f jib chief men of this nation tions Dr. Talmage shou.d .i t.. story of Armenian massacr. V nt w nil I the extent or good of suc a o ourse none can tell. The tex t n-s xix, 37, "They esc gi e In - Ihn'd of Armenia." In'Bible geography ils i. the frst time that Armenia appears, ca'led then by the same name as now. Armzienia is chiefly a tablelaud. 7. fet above the level of the sea, and on o-e or its peaks Noah's ark landed with tls Ia man family and faunm' tiat were to fill the earth. That reCio Wi 1u.e birthplace of the river, which fertl ized the garden of Eden when \am andEve livedthere, the oulv roof the crystal skies and their carpet t e em erald of rich grass. Its niajantN the ethnologists tell us, are a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 22 January 1896

voL. XI. MANNING, S. C., WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 29, 189 NO. 27. THE LEGISLATURE. THETRAMP DOG NUISANCE RECEIVES THE ATTENTION OF THE HOUSE. Lookirg After the Colleges--A Committee Wanted to Report on Winthrop's Expen ditures--Members of the House Holding Two Offices-Other Business. COLUMBIA. S. C., Jan. 22.-"Yaller dogs" and more in vestigations were the order of the day in the house yester day. Mr. L. J. Williams is still after the higher educational institutions with a sharp stick, and has introduced a concurrent resolution providing for an investigation committee to look into the managemeut and affairs of each of them. In urging the adoption gf-the resolution he made a statement to the house, in which he made some pointed references to the condition of affairs at the Winthrop Normal col lege, and the management of its fi nanes by its board of trustees. He is also after those members of the house who are retaining their seats, though holding other positions under the State government....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 22 January 1896

LOUIS APPELT, EDITOR. PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year.......... ...........$1.50 Six Months .. 75 Four Months..:...................50 ADVERTISING RATES: One square, one time, SI; each subse qaent insertion, 50 cents. Obituaries and Tributes of Respect charged foi as regular advertisements. Liberal contracts made for three, six and twelve months. Coinmunications must be accompanied by the real name and address of the witer in order to receive attention. ~ -No commufiication of a personal char aetir will be published except as an adver tisement. Entered at the Post Ofice at Manning as Second-Class Matter. M ANNING, S. C.: WEDNESDAY, JAN. 29, 1896. Card from Willoughby. -We make it a rule never to attack a man -in the' columns of our paper -with'outallowing him the privilege of our columnsto reply. Our readers will remember the comment we made on the conduct of Mr. Willoughby in his charges brought against Colonel Neak4nd Mr. Willoughby replied to thegl e in the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 22 January 1896

FUBLISBES ALL COUNTY AND TOWN OFFICIAL ADVERTISEMENTS. MANNING, S. C.: WEDNESDAY, JAN. 29, 1896. WHAT THE PEOPLE WANT. We have long been of the opinion that a first-class cash store in every respect is what the people of Clarendon want, and now after mature thought I have decided to keep no books at all and throw a cash banner to the breeze with prices lower than we have ever offerecd to the public before. Our goods will be marked in plain figures at the lowest possible prices, and und r no consideration will we vary from these prices. We will know no body in our bus iness save to serve and treat everybod. alike in the kindest and most courteous manner. Please bear in mind, friends, and don't ask for credit-we keep no books. Just received, a car of flour, fresh from the mills, at prices that will speak for themselves. When you want the cheapest and best plow shoe you ever saw, give us a call; we have it. Ladies' heavy pebble-grain button shoe at $1.09, worth $1.50, but you know our ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 22 January 1896

ATTENTION10TXFt KEEP DOWN THE Y Hon1. Hector D .imericanI (XM' te-.h~e . organt n. M rU1. Jan- 21.- cone of cotton producers Cld by Prsi dent H. D. Lane ofthe Anerican Cot ton Growers Protective A -eia-in to take action to elect. a cmui decreased acrea-e, was called t" or der here tits i- rfi> one thousand u - the ball at the time. l'; ri everv cte o - ear n ' tendauce .Dhee tion exL , o-.ssu taught the .- , benefits derio1 d e o!e production and of all supplis 1 : at planting e "Hold down r - Lane, "aii - Siit produce a and Liver o sees fit. President Gentlemen remurrks L'.< - platitudes, and bma cores, conlining mys 1 .o pra everVday facts, in ny eirort to conv'ince vo of the inadvisabilitv of te thods that we have for the mos. arb pursiu ing, and the suicidal policy of its con tinuance in the over produc t ocot ton. 1 appreciate the ,:' ensiV of this etfort, to decrease tie cotton acreage. but appreherd that i ;- :.r ce O its acconw!r'-hmnt v -15- ecom mensurate with le:r a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 29 January 1896

VOL X MANNNG~ . C.~WEDNSDAYJANLARY 1, 1896.NO23 PROTECTION IN DISUUISE. THE REPUBLICAN SCHEME FOR RE LIEVING THE TREASURY. An Iuteresting Debate lucluding Some Very Strong Speeche-'-The Measure Passed by a Strict Party Vote- 'opulists Say Nay. WASUrNGTON, Dec. 26.-By a ote of 205 to S1, the house at 5::) p. mi. passed the bill reported by Mr. Ding le3 from the commiittee on ways and means "to temporarily increase the revenue to meet ahe expenses of the government and to provide against a deficiencr. The bi was presented to the house imnaediatelv after the reading of the journIl and toen Mr. leuderson re ported a reso! ation from tue commit tee on rules, providing debate on the bill until 5 o'clock -a vote to be then baken on its passage. In- antfcipation of this programme, the galleries were crowdej to the doors, even the diplomatic gallery being occupied by a representation of -the foreign colonies residiug in Wash ington. -On the floor were over 300 ineibers of the house, and inte...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 29 January 1896

LOUIS APPELT, EDITOR. PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY. SUBSCRIPrION RATES: One Year....................$1.50 Six Months.................. 75 Four Months-..... .......... 50 ADVERTISING RATES: One square, one time, $I; 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 tisemeut. Entered at the Post Office at Manning as Second-Class Matter. MANNING, S. C.: WEDNESDAY, JAN. 1, 1896. New Year's Day 1896. A happy new year to all! A happy and prosperous year, a year of peace and plenty to each and every one! The joyous custom of expressing good wishes and of sending gifts on "New Year's Day" we owe to the Romans, who probably learned it from the Persians, -and they from some still older nation, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 29 January 1896

Ahe nanatag mime. PUBLISHES ALL COUNTY AND TOWN OFFICIAL ADVERTISEMENTS. MANNING, S. C.: WEDNESDAY. JAN. 1, 1896. B. A. Johnson has moved ibto the Leonard building. Manning will have a tobaqg warehouse this year is a certainty. Rev. S. A. Nettles returned to his charge at Newberry yesterday. Mr. John P. Thames is out again after a severe attack of measels. Mr. A. 0. Hodge has moved over in the Fork on the Sparkman place. Col. B. Pressley Barron has moved his law office into the Enterprise building. Several communications are crowded out of the paper this week for lack of space. We still have a nunber of Webster's Unabridged Dictionaries on hand for sale cheap. Dr. Pbarles B. Geiger has purchased the oefice :.,&tofore occupied by Col. B. P. Barron. The burnt district will soon be rebuilt. Already contractors are making up the estimates. A reception will be tendeied the millitary to-night at the residence of Hon. J. M. Richardson near Panola. To-day will be a great day at Panola. ...

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