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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 13 May 1896

DIVISION OF SPOILS. REV. DR. TALMAGE PREACHES A JOY OUS SERMON. The Earth Will Be MLade to Blo~som and the World Will Be Evangelized-Wealth Will Be Egalized and Poverty Be Known No More In God's Kingdom. WASHLGTON, May 3.-This sermon of Dr. Talmage is radiant with coming rewards for all welldoers. Many of the disheartened will rally after read ing it. He chose for his sub)ject "The Division of Spoils." the t- xt seit-lcd being Isaiah liii, 12, "lie shall divide the spoil with the strong." In the Coliseum at Rome, where per secutors used to let out the half starv ed lions to eat ue Christians, there is now planied the figure of a cross. And I rejoice to know that the upright piece of wood nailed to a transverse piece has become the symbol not more of suffering than of victory. It is of Christ, the conqueror, thati my text speaks. As a kingly warior. haviirj subdued an empire, might divide tae palaces and mansions and cities and valleys and mountains amnonit his oth cers, so Christ is...

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. — 20 May 1896

VOL. XI. -A-NNING, S. C.. WEDNESDAY, _MAY 20, 1896. NO. 43. SENATOR VEST HITS HARD. HE SCORES CLEVELAND FOR HIS GROSS INCONSISTENCY. Now Federal Office Holitrs Are Manipu lated by the Administration to Defeat the Will of the People On the Financial Question. The following is an extract from a speech recently delivered in the Unit edStates Senate by Senator Test: I have-and it is all I shall say is connection with my personal history struggled to the full extent of my limited ability to prevent the unfor tunate condition of affairs in the Dem ocratic party today upon this currency question. I stood here at the risk of severe criticism from men who agree with me in regard to the free and un limited coinage of silver and begged the Democrats in this Senate not to thrust this issue upon us, if possible, but to hold the party together upon some conservative basis. I went to the President of the United States in person, and to the Secretary of the Treasury, and undertook to show them what...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 20 May 1896

t e fanini if . LOUIS APPELT, EDITOR. 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 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, MAY, 20, 1896. David B. Hill was once a strong advocate of free coinage of both gold and silver, the very thing Tillman wants. Ben Tillman and John McLaurin in the National Convention could tell the story of people's wants better than any other two men in the State. Senator Tillman in Florida brought...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 20 May 1896

FUJBLISHES ALL COUNTY AND TOWN OFFICLL ADVERTISEMENTS. MANNING, S. C.: WEDNESDAY, MAY 20. 1896. THINK OF IT ! A Nice Figured Wash Dimity for La dies' Summer Dresses at Sc per Yard, Worth 10c Any. where. The prettiest line of yard-wide shirt-waist percals, in the latest Per sian styles, only 12tc per yard. These percals are the latest styles and are sure to please you if you come and give them a look. We have now in stock the prettiest line o' ladies' dress linens ever shown in this mar ket, at 6}, Si, 10, and 12lc per yard. Ladies, don't forget that we carry a large line of ladies' trimmed and un trimmed hats and will sell to you as cheap or cheaper than any house in the country. A large quantity of ladies' sleeveless gauze undervests at Sc each. A large line of lemon and vanilla flavoring extracts at 5 and 10c per bottle. If these extracts are not as strong and as pure as any you ever used return them and we will refund the money. Gentlemen, we offer you this week a warranted fast ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 20 May 1896

WORDS TO CONGRESS. REV. DR. TALMAGE ON "SEFORE THEY ADJOURN." He Wats Some Things Done and Some More Undone-A Grand and Hopeful Sermon of Interest to National Legis lators. WASHINGTON, May 10,-Never was a timelier or more appropriate sermon than that preached by Rev. Dr. Tal mage this morning. The subject was, "Before They adjoarn," having refer ence to the early dissolution of con gress, and the text selected was Psalns cv, 22, "And teach his senators wis dom." Senators in this text stand for law makers. Joseph was the lord treasur er of the Ezyptian government, and, among other great things which he did, according to my text, was to teach his senators wisdom, and if any men on earth ought to be endowed with wisdom it is senators, whether they stand in congresses, parliaments or reichstags or assemblies or legisla tures. By their decisions nations go up or down. Lawmakers are some times so tempted by prejudices, by sectional preferences, by opportunity of personal advancement, and ...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 27 May 1896

VOL. XI. MANNING, S. C.. WEDNESDAY, MAY 27, 1896. NO. 44. THE STATE DEMOCRACY. FULL REPORT OF THE PROCEEDINGS OF WEDNESDAY'S CONVENTION. Irby Made a Great Fight to Have the Del egates Pledged Not to Bolt-Tillman Re plies to Irby In a Long Speech Which Is Loudly Cheered. COLUMBIA, May 21 -At about twelve o'clock yesterday Senator Irby called the Democratic state Convention to order. After rapping he waited for a moment and then called for nomina tions for temporary chairman. Mr. McSweeney nominated Mr. I. H. Mc Calla of Abbeville and he was elected unanimously. Messrs. McSweeney, Martin and Timmerman escorted him to the chair. - Mr. McCalla thanked the conven tion forthehonor conferred upon him. He said it was time for action and not for speech-making, however, and pro ceeded to call for nominations for tem porary secretary. Messrs. M. S. Scruggs, S. W. Vance, C. J. Allan and Dr. E. S. Bernhem were elected. ROLL OF DELEGATES. The roll of delegates was then made up as follows, the app...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 27 May 1896

LOUIS APPELT, EDITOR. PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: JO Year ...................$1.50 Six Months....... ........- -75 Months................ 50 ADVERTISING RATES: One square, one time, $1; each subse quent insertion, 50 cents. Obituaries and ntes of Respect charged for as regular avertisements. Liberal contracts made for -three, six and twelve months. N Communications must be accompanied by the real name and address of the writer order to receive attention. lie 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, MAY, 24, 1896. ** OUR STANDARD * ** BEARERS. **, SIi Governor: W. H. ELLERBE. Lieutenant Governor: MILES B. McSWEENEY. Secretary of State: D. H. TOMPKINS. Attorney General: W. A. BARBER. Comptroller General: JAMES NORTON. .Treasurer: W. H. TIMMERMAN. Superintendent of Education: W. D. MAYFIELD. Adjutant and Inspector General: J. GARY WATT...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 27 May 1896

the Panning im. TBLISHES ALL COUNTY AND TOW3 OFFICIAL ADVERTISEMENTS. MANNING, S. C.: WEDNESDAY, MAY 27, 1896. WHAT THE MONEY WILL BUY. 36-inch percals in all styles only 10c pet d. 31-inch percals in all styles only per yard. 24-inch dress linens, only 8*e per yard. 31-inch linen organdies at 10c worth 121c. 24-inch shirt waist calicos 4e per yard. ~ 1 quire good commercial note paper, only 2c. Envelopes to match 2c per package of 25. Good sewing thread. 200 yards. 2c per spool. Splendid cotton tow els, 18x30, only Se each. Splendid all linen towels, 20x40, only 15c, 2 for 25c Best linen back towels, 22x48, 25c each or 2 for 45c. A nice line of tea doilies, red and blue borders, 13x13, 20c per set of 6. Large white dinner doilies or napkins, 18x18 inches, only 50c per set of 6. La dies' all-linen hem-stitched handkerchiefs at only 10c each, 3 for 25c. Ladies' bor dered lawn handkerchiefs, 13x13, only 3c each. The best of all, a gentleman's cam bric handkerchief, pink and blue borde...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 27 May 1896

SiN IS INFECTIOUS. REV. DR. TALMAGE SHOWS THE EVILS OF BAD COMPANY. Association With the Wickt Breeds Corruption-Re Who Consorts With the Unclean Will Be Poi ute(. Says the Great Die'!. WASHSGTON, May 17.-Young and old, but more especially the vouug men and women of our time, have a vital interest in the theme upon which Rev. Dr. Talmage discourses today. He chose for his subject, "Bad Com pany," the text selected being Pro verbs i, 15, "Walk not thou in the way with them." Hardly any yound man goes to a place of dissipation alone. Each one is accompanied. No man goes to ruin alone. He always takes some one else with him. "May it please the court," said a convicted criminal when asked if he had anything to say before sentence of death was passed upon him -"may it please the court, bad com pany has been my ruin. I received the blessing of good parents. and, in return, promised to avoid all evil as sociations. Had I kept my promise I should have been saved this shame and been free fro...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 3 June 1896

VOL. Xl. MANNING S.(;.,WEDNESDAY JUNEF 3.O.5 DEATH AND DESTRUCTION. HUNDREDS OF PEOPLE KILLED AND MUCH PROPERTY DESTROYED. St. Louis the Victim of the Most Destruct ive Cyclone on Record-Several Steamers Sunk and Fire Adds Horror to the Scene. ST. Loris, Mo., May 27.-Death and destruction reigns supreme in St. Louis and vicinity tonight as a resul of the most terrible storm that ever visited this section of the country. So widespread is the destruction in both St. Louis and East St. Louis that it is impossible to even estimate the amount of damage and loss of life. Buildings of every description are in ruins and as a result hundreds of peo Dle are reported dead and injured, but until daylight comes and order is re stored, it will be impossible to make a definite statement. A report is in cir culation that seven steamers lying at wharf boats on the East St. Louis side of the river have been sunk with all on board. The city is nearly in dark ness as the electric lights and trolley wir...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 3 June 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. $1; each subse Ouent insertion, 50 cents. Obituaries and Tributes of Respect charged for as regular advertisements. Liberal contracts made for t'ree, six and twelve mouths. Communications must be accompanied by the reil 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, JUNE 3, 1896. 0* * OUR * STANDARD* BEARERS. ** Governor: W. H. ELLERBE. Lieutenant Governor: MILES B. McSWEENEY. Secretary of State: D. H. TOMPKINS. Attorney General: W. A. BARBER. Comptroller General: JAMES NORTON. Treasurer: W. H. TIMMERMAN. Superintendent of Education: W. D. MAYFIELD.' Adjutant and Inspecto...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 3 June 1896

1.UBLISHES ALL COUNTY AND TOWN OFFICIAL ADVERTISEMENTS. MANNING, S. C.: WEDNESDAY, JUNE 3. 1896. WE WILL PAY YOU Call On Me and I Will Pay You for Read ing This Advertisement if We Don't Prove to You That You Will Save 3,o -ey by Euying Your Goods from Us. 3.000 yards best indigo blue calicos at 5c per yard. We guarantee this lot of calicos to be of the best make and will not fade under the severest tests. 1.000 yards shirt waist calicos, colors warranted, only 4c per yard. The prettiest line of white lawns you ever saw o3ered in this town at 10c per yard. It is well worth 15c per yard. A beautiful line pin cord figored dimities at 8c per yard, co'ors all warranted. We still have on hand a large quantity of la dies' sleeveless undervests at 5c each or 6 for 25c. Ladies, when you want a nice stylish sommer hat, give us a call; we are offering our willinery very cheap. Gents, when you want a rice straw hat give us a call. We will set prise you at how cheap we are selling thecn. The be...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 3 June 1896

THE DRAMA OF LIFE. "MEN SHALL CLAP THEIR HANDS AT HIM AND HISS HiM." Rev. Dr. Talmage Choose. Another Unique Text and Preaches an Eloqtuent and lor tatory Sermon FTu of Vivid Picttures. Last Act of the Drama. WasmGTO , May 21.-Rev. Dr. Talmage, in this discourse, sets forth the causes of failure in life, drawing on a Biblical reference to the the thea ter for startling illustration. His text was Job xxvii, 23, "Men shall clap their hands at him and shall hiss him out of his place." This allusion seems to be dramatic. The Bible more than once makes such allusions. Paul says, "We are made a theater or spectacle to angels and to men." It is evident from the text that some of the habits of theater goers were known in Job's time, because he describes an actor hissed off the stage. The impersonator comes on the boards. and, either through lack of study of the part he is to take or inaptness or other incapacity, the audience is of fended and expresses its disapproba tion and disgust by his...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 10 June 1896

VOL. XI. ---MANNING, . C. WENSDY JUN 10 ~- O 6 PASSED OVER TIHE \ rTO. RIVER AND HARBOR BILL PASSED THE HOUSE, 220 TO 60. Dockery Protested Agaii t (ag Lnw. 39 Democrats Voted to Override the Veto and e6 Republicans to Sustain the Presi dent. WASHLNGTON, June 2.-The House devoted itself to day to passing the river and harbor bill over the Presi dent's veto and unseating, by a vote of 162 to 39, John J. Walsh. the Dem ocratic member from the Eigth New York District, whose place will be filled by John Murray Mitchell, Re publican. Both of these actions were foregone conclusions, so that they ex cited comparatively little interest al though there was a full House to vote on the river and harbor bill. It was passed by 220 to 60, many more votes than the two-thirds necessary to over rule-a veto, and it was passed without debate, although Mr. Dockery of Mis souri protested vehemently that de bate had been promised. Thirty-nine Democrats voted to override the Presi dential objections and t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 10 June 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, $l; 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 receiv. attention. No communication of a personal char aeter will be published except as an adver tisement. Entered at the Post Office at Manning as Second-Class Matter. MANNING, S. C.: WEDNESDAY, JUNE 1a, 1896. * OUR* * STANDARD * BEARERS. ** I Governor: W. H. ELLERBE. Lieutenant Governor: MILES B. McSWEENEY. Secretary of State: D. H. TOMPKINS. Attorney General: W. A. BARBER. Comptroller General: JAMES NORTON. Treasurer: W. H. TIMMERMAN. Superintendent of Education: W. D. MAYFIELD. Adjutant and Insp...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 10 June 1896

I UBLISBES ALL COUNTY AND TOWN OFFICIAL ADVERTISEMENTS. MANNING, S. C.: WEDNESDAY, JUNE 10 ,189G. IN THESE DAYS Of stunning competition we must keep our shoulders to the wheel and let onward be our -watchword and ever keep on the lookout for bargains that wiil make the people go down in their pocketbooks to obtain. We have a beautiful line of gents' negligee shirts at 25, 35, 40 and 50c each. Do you want some very nice, cheap straw hats for gents and chil dren? Come to our store and you can get them. When you want to see some of the cheapest and best umbrellas you ever saw for the mon ey come to our store. We have them in -large sizes at 55c, 75c, $1.00, $1.25, and $1.50. Ladies, don't forget that we are offering some astonishing liar pains ih dry goods. A beautiful line indigo blue prints at Sc. worth 6}. A beautiful line figured dimities, fast colors, at Sc, worth 10c anywhere. Yard-wide shirt waist percais at 10c per yard that you know will cost yon 12jc anywhere else. Now is the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 10 June 1896

MOUNDS OF THE DED.I REV. DR. TALMAGE PREACHES A ME MORIAL DAY SERMON. Lessons From the Four Ye:ar, war of the Rebellion-The Spirit of Treaty and the Spirit of War-Self Defense and Its Du ties. W\sHmGTON, May 3t.-What could be more appropriate or stirring than this discourse by the Rev. Dr. Tal mage at the time of year when the friends of those who wore the blue and the gray have decorated the mounds of the fallen? The text was Solomon's Song iv, 4, "The tower of David build ed for an armory, whereon there hang a thousand bucklers, all shields of mighty men." The church is here compared to an armory, the walls hung with trophies of dead heroes. Walk all about this tower of David, and see the dented shields, and the twisted swords, and the rusted helmets of terrible battle. So at this season, a month earlier at the south, a month later at the north, the American churches are turned into armories adorned with memories of departed braves. Blossom and bloom, 0. walls, with stories of sel...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 17 June 1896

T~.- X T MANNING, S. C., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 1, 19 -ROBERT EDWARD LEE. A TRIBUTE TO THE SOUTH'S GREAT EST GENERAL. An Address Delivered by Professor A. E. ..Strode before Camp Rion. U. C. V.. at Ridgeway. S. C. Mr. Commander, Vcnerable Survi vprs of the War between the States. ladies and gentlemen: When some three months ago 1 was requested by tb* body to speak here of the life of your great leader, I felt the -compli ment of your choice, found in your bidding no less than a command and I then resolved to meri. your confi dence.as best I could. But when I applied myself to the study of the subject ior which you (X pressed a preference, day by day the conviction grew upon me, it is too and I cannot attain unto it, ana ' might have been my portion, I not remembered your generous partiality incalling me from my hum ble station as an instructor of youth to speak in this assemblage of those who have felt the fiery breathof battle, who have "stormed the looming bastions fringed with fire," to...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 17 June 1896

LOUIS APPELT, EDITOR. PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year....... .............$1.50 Six Months......... ............... 75 Founr Months....................... 50 ADVERTISING RATES: One square, one time, Si; 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, JUNE 17, 1896. * * OUR ** STANDARD * BEARERS. ** Governor: W. H. ELLERBE. Lieutenant Governor: MILES B. McSWEENEY. Secretary of State: D. H. TOMPKINS. Attorney General: W. A. BARBER. Comptroller General: JAMES NORTON. Treasurer: W. H. TIMMERMAN. Superintendent of Education: W. D. MAYFIELD. Adjutant and Inspector ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 17 June 1896

the anxu~ xmE. FUBLISBES ALL COUNTY AND TC OFFICIAL ADVERTISEMENTS. MANNING, S. C.: WEDNESDAY. JUNE 17 ,1896. THE POWER OF MONEY. We offer you this week some great bargains in dress goods. They were offered to us at a very close prices and we offered a lower price backed up with the cash and of course got them. 1000 yds. beautiful frigned lawns, sold all over the country at 5c per yd; we only ask you 35c for 10 yds; t it if you can. The prettiest line of white lawns ever shown in this town at 10 and 12+c per yd. Beauti ful laces and embroideries to trim with. Our line of pin cord dimities can't be beat at Sc per yd. Remem ber, ladies, that we still have on hand about 2500 yds of the famous Indigo blue prints, sold all over the country at 6 and 7c per yd; we only ask you Be. One of the newest and most unique styles now out in ladies' belts is a little narrow chammois belt in white, tan, and black, almost one inch wide;we have them in stock at 25e each. A large lot of scrim for window...

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