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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 17 June 1896

THE BOND DEAL. AN ALLEGEDHISTORYOFTH E.SOl CAROLINA REFUNDING. Some Caarges Xsde Against Senator Till man, Governor Evans and State Treas urer Bates In a New York New-paper. BiLTtn)tP, Jane 3.-Senator Till man of S.uth Cirotina has been very free with his criticis-n of the national administratioa for its manner of con ducting biad optrations, and in the recklessness of his rhetorical frenzy has not hesitated to impute improper m-tives to the President and Secreta ry Carlisle. In vie .v of these facts a little history of ouc of his own bond deals is 'atr-1ntive and interesting. About $3,20.X00 of Sath Cirolina G per cent. b-ads fell due July 1, 1893. Tillman was Governor of the State then. John Gary Evans, the Senator's closest politi^al and personal friend, and said to be slated as his colleague in the Senate, was administration lead er in the Legislature, and Dr. Bates was State Treasurer. Te L3gislature, at its session in 1891, adopted a refanding bill. sug gested by Governor Till...

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. — 24 June 1896

VOL. XI. MANNING, S. C., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 24, 1896. NO. 48. MCKINLEY'S THEIR MAN. THE GREAT OHIOAN NOMINATED WITHOUT DIFFICULTY. The Platform Explicitly for Gold lono metalbnm and High 'rotectiou-- Work of the National Re publican Convention. ST. LoUIs, June It.-Tbe tirst day's session of the eleventh national Rt-oub lican convention which opened shortly after noon today in the hall erected for that purpose by the patriotic citi zens of St. Louis, was unrelieved by a single incident to lift the interior pro ceedings above the level of the flat and uninteresting monotony which charac terized the exterior of the building. There was an immense assemblage; a great waving of fans in a torrid heat; an hour or so of prepared oratory, the delivery of which failed to reach mcre than one-fifth of the vast auditorium, and a prompt adjournment to await the reports of the committees on cre dentials and platform. Other com mittees were of course appointed, but these two were the only ones upon whi...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 24 June 1896

LOUIS APP'ELT, 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 ebar acter will be published except as an adver tisemeut. Entered at the Post Office at Manning as Second-Class Matter. MANNING, S. C.: WEDNESDAY, JUNE 24, 1896. 0 I * * 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.' Aujutant and ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 24 June 1896

she W anning tint . WTBLISBES ALL COUNTY AND TOWN OFFICIAL ADVERTISEMENTS. MANNING, S. C.: WEDNESDAY, JUNE 24 ,1890. WHY IS IT That We Can Sell Goods for the Cash In These Hard Times ? Because in the first place our store is filled withnothingbut bargains and in the second place the people know when they come to our store they are going to get justice. The purest apple vinegar for put ting up pickles, 25c per gallon. The purest flavoring extracts, in lemon and vanilla, at 5c and 10e per bottle. Rice 5c per qt. When you want flour, bacon, sugar, coffee or any thing in the grocery line, give us a call; we will please you. Farmers' Delight plug tobacco, only 5c per plug or 25e per lb. Rule of Three plug tobacco, something good, at 30c per lb., will cost you 45c anywhere. The Farmers' Missing Link plug to bacco at 50e per lb. Ladies, when you want dry goods, remember that this is one of our strong lines. We will be able to please you in both styles and prices. Lawns from Sic per yard, u...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 24 June 1896

DESTINY OF NATIONS. REV. DR. TALMAGE DISCUSSES THE STAR OF WORMWOOD. Another Unique Text Taken to Enforce a Needed Lesson-The Free Nation of the Earth and t4 Salvation. WASmUNGTO:, June 1t. -It was ap propriate that this sermon on the des tiny of nations should b preached in what long nas been called the presi dents' church. because Presidents Jackson and Pierce and Polk and Cleveland have attended it. Dr. Tal mage chose for his text Revelation viii, 10, 11, "There fell a great star from heaven, burning as it were a lamp, and it fell upon the third part of the rivers and upon the fountains of waters, and the name of the star is called Wormwood." Many commentators, like Patrick and Lowth, Thomas Scott, Matthew Henry and Albert lernes, agree in saying that the starWormwood, men tioned in Revelation, was Attila, king of the Huns. He was so called b cause he was brilliant as a star, and, like wormwood, he imbittered every thing he touched. We have studied the star of Bethlehem, and the ...

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

MAxNNING, S. C. WEDNESDAY, JULY 1. 1896. NO. 49. CAMPAIGN MEETINGS ENTHUSIASM LACKING AT THEM ON THE PART OF THE PEOPLE. Synopsis of the MIeetingP Hti up to Sat ur day-The People Dun't Seem te le Much luterested and Few of Them Attend. RINGSTREE, June 23 --The caudi da es for the State offices spoke here to-day to a crowd of not more than1 250 people. The first speaker of the day was MR. JAMES R. HARRISON. of Greenville, a candidate for Gover nor. Mr. Harrison alluded to the great privilege that was secured to all candidates in the fact that everybody votes on every question. le deplored the fact that he was not personally known to the people of this section, but he hoped to know them well after this. M r. Harrison talked for half an hour and his remarks were chiefly to show his ability to handle the wheel of the of the ship of State. le spoke of his service in the General Assembly and said that he w is sure that he had had more experience than either of his opponents in the race. H...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 1 July 1896

candidacy its utterances indicated a very strong desire to see him elected. The Register has a perfect right to support Earle or Pope or anybody it chooses, but in doing so, it should not pretend the "hands off policy" when it is not hands off. A news paper that is looked upon as the Re form organ should not be neutral in a fight like this; it should be for or againbt Evans or Earle. of cours- we will uot dignify Duncan with the con sideration of being acaudidate,beca use we believe that his candidacy is a fake movement on the part of a few men who have a purpose in wanting the governor harassed. Who got tbe commissions? is a daily query from such newspapers as the News and Courier and the State, but neither one of them have dared to charge the governor with corruption. They have published his explanation and still they cry "who got the commissions? This question seems to be their campaign cry, and Duncan with parrot-like imita tion is repeating it at every meeting. If these newspap...

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

PUBLISHES &LL COUNTY AND TOWN OFFICIAL ADVERTISEMENTS. MANNING, S. C.: WEDNESDAY. JULY 1, 1890. CHEAP GOODS. We Are Now Closing Out the Re mainder of Our Spring and Sum mer Stock at Greatly Re duced Prices. Nice figured dimities that isold for 10c we are now offering at Sc per yard. Silk striped, figured challies that sold for 15C per yard we are closing out at 12 1-2c per yard. Cal icos that sold for 6 1-4c we are clos ing out at 4 1-2 and 5e per yd. La dies, when you want nice, cheap mil linery, give us a call. We sell very cheap. Attention, tobacco planters7! We have now in stock a large quan tity of thermometers for use in tobac co barns at 25c each. We also have a large lot of wire used in tobacco barns for curing tobacco, at 6 1-4c per lb. Ladies, remember that we have on hand some of the finest white wine and apple vinegar for pickling purposes, at 25c per gallon. When you want cheap grocenes, give us a call. Good rice at 5c per quart; grist at 20e per peck; all other gro...

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

WHAT GOV. EVANS SA ABOUT THE SO MUCH TALKED OF BOND DEAL. Be Goes Into a Fuu Hi-.tory of the Whole Matter-W-hat ile . Says About Senator LUImman, Treanrer BAtes and Him-4elf in Begard to It. The News and Courier in reporLing the campaign meeting at Manning says the feature of the meeting was the speech of Gov. Evans. The speech was devoted almost entirely to the bond matter and was as follows: In 1889 an Act was passed by the Legislature providing for the redemp tion of that part of the State debt known as the "Brown Consol bonds" by the issuing of new 4 percent bonds. In 1891 this Act was amended, al lowing the Governor and Treasurer. who were charged with the transac. tion, t' pay a comm ission of $3u,000 and the entire sinking fund ther Lceu mulated, amounting to $37,000. This Act was introduced by Mr. Timmer man in the Senate, of which body I was then not a member. In 1892, after the failure of the Gov ernor and Treasurer to refund the debt at 4 per cent., another Act was passd,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 8 July 1896

V L X1.MANNING.,- S. C.,, WEDNVSDAY, . Y K 19; _______ O 0 CITADEL ('0MMEEEM ENT. SUMTER'S OPER-A HOUSE CR0WDEC BY HOSPITABLE ADMIRERS. Col. Coward- TouIlchhlg Ktemg k:,--(cou grcsoman McLauren Deliver-4 nuFl quent Address- l'arist Honior.NMen Twen ty-Seven Graduates4. SITTER, June 0. --Before an audi ence that tilled to overdowng the prettiest opera house in South Caroli na, the commencement exercises of the South Carolina Military Academy were success fully brought to a close today. The exercises of com mencement week began Sunday morn ing with the preaching of the bacca laureate sermon by Rev. Lucius Cuth bert of Charleston in the Sumter opera house. Monday's exercises con sisted of the review and inspection of the cadet battalion by the board of visitors. Last week the meeting of the board of visitors was held at the Jervey House. There were present Gen. johnson Hagood, chairman; Col. J. P. Thomas, Col. C. S. Gadsden and Gen. Edward Anderson. All of the ex-officio members of the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 8 July 1896

O:I,;Wj - . - - - -. 50 NNIN , S . * (1,:i~7! and I .Agt~ifor its- regular a ~ ~ ~ ~ !"i L . Z. L .zf u - | :i . 1ireis c the writ r .x t fai zn a~ N~ N IG, S. C.: V E D N F~AYI JULY 1 S 9'6 STAN DA R I B EA lZS. Senator: JOHN (iARY EVANS. Governor: W. H. ELLERBE. Lieutenant Governor: MILES B. MVIcSWEENEY. Secretary of State: 1). H. TOMPKINS. Attorny 2General: W. A. BARIBER. Comptroller General: JAMES NORTON. Treasurer: W. H. TIL1MERMAN. Superinitendenti ?Ed ucationfl W. D. MXYFIELD., Adiutant and Inspector (ieneral: J. GARY;WATTS. Conress: JOHN L. McLAURzN. Solicitor: JOHN S. WILSON. -fHE THiIN(4S THAT ARE CA-AR'S. setwhere will be found an edi~ to:nal taken from~ the Columbia Reg. ihYr hea'ded, 'Without Malice," which we thn timely an d proper. U~nder the circuimstances General McLaurin bhad great provocationl to say some very hard things when he got tc Marion, because he had the proof in his possession that certain politicians in that county had, for selfish pur poses endeavored ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 8 July 1896

PUBLISHES ALL COUNTY AND TOWN OFFICIAL ADVERTISEMENTS. MANNING, S. C.: WEDNESDAY. JULY 8, 1896. Died on the 21st ingt., at his -home near Jordan, Mr. Henry S. Corbett, aged 46 years. "Pick Leaf" smoking tobacco, 10c a package, at BrockiLtou's. FOR SALE or to rent a commodious residence in the town of Manning well situated. Apply to Rev. S. A. Nettles. Newberry, S. C. *-Red Rooster" smoking and chewing to bacco,5c a twist, at Brockinton's. Last Monday morning about day-break. fire was discovered issuing from the inside of the barn on Mr. W. T. Lesesne's Live Oak place. The entire barn with its con tents including the stables and two sheds were destroyed. The cause of the fire is not known and the loss i; a total one as Mr. Lesesne had no insurance. Dyein made easy by using Diamond Dye. il colors, at R. B. Loryea's. A negro was killed last Saturday night by a passing train about two miles below Foreston. He was unknown and it is sup posed he was asleep on- the cross ties. A search was...

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

CITADEL 011 ENCE1ENT. f-CONTINUEL; FIiO)M "A, EI ' seated and just conviction a'n the mansses, that we are sphnding, t. mIuch money for higher ed acation an I not enough for the cominon schoos. It cannot be den;ed thit oar ehaeation system is top heivy, but there is no institution in the State performing tie pweuliar work of the citadel. There are few in the S~uth so well titted for military institutions per se. Tue liter arytraining is dupheited in mituv places, but the military at few swa West Point. If I thought the destruction of e rer y Statecollege was necessary to give us a complete common seto:>l system, I would be in favor of doing away with them all, for I believe in the greatest good to the greatest number. This would not however increase one iota the efficiency of our common school system Inadeed I think the contrary would be true, for a caref-l study of the census will show, that the States with the best facilities for higher eduz cation, havethe best commoa sehool s...

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

___ - - - - -- M~ANNIN q C. j WEINESI)AYJL 5 st.____________N THE DEMOCRACY. FIRST DAY'S PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL CONVENTION. Senator Danle). of Virginia. l-lected Tern porary Chalrnu -The Proceedizng Marked With Good Order Throughout. Au Eloquent Speech by Chairinan Daniel. CHcAoO, July 7.-The Democratic National Convention met today a lit tle after noon. The gavel dropped at ten minutes before 1 o'clock upon a hail that had a dozen rows of empty seats at the edges farthest from the platform. The appearance of Chair man Harrity as he stepped forward to the desk attired in a slate colored sum mer suit provoked a round of applause from the Eastern delegates, reinforced by many Southern and Western men. When Mr. Harrity commanded the cohvention to be in order his voice easily carried over the tumult to the farthest corner, testing the acoustic qualities of the hall with most satis lactory results. The figure of the chairman faced the assemblaae for several minutes while the ushers ...

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

LO-I.S APPELT, EDITOR. PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Ye r....-.. . --.. -- - -- ... $1.50 S x Months 1.)....-- ..- - - -- .. 75 Fcur Months . ........----- -... 50 ADVERTISING RATES: One square, one time, $1: each subse <pa-nt insertion, 50 cents. Obituaries and Tributes of iespect charged for as regular a.ve:-timents. Liberal contracts made for three, six and twelve wonths. Coimmunications must be accompanied by the real name and address of the writer in ordter to receive attention. No communication of a personal char acter will be published except as an adver tisenut. Entered at the Post Office at 1anning as Second-Class Matter. 31ANNING, S. C.: WEDNESDAY, JULY 15, 1896. 0 OUR-* STANDARD BEARERS. * * President: WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN, Of Nebraska. Vice-President: ARTHUR SEWALL, Of Maine. Senator: JOHN GARY EVANS. Congress: JOHN L. McLAURIN. Governor: W. H. ELLERBE. Lieutenant Governor: MILES B. McSWEENEY. Secretary of State: D. H. TOMPKINS. Attorney General...

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

I UJBLISEES ALL COUNTY AND TOWN OFFICIAL ADVERTISEMENTS. MANNING, S. C.: WEDNESDAY. JULY 15, 1896. CHEAP GOODS. We with to clear out our spring and sum ruer stck of goods and make room for the large fall stock that we are buyinrg now, and to accomplish this we know we must sell goods cheap; so comre on with your cash and we will not let you leave our store for the want of good bargains. We offer vou this week a line of rice dress dimities at Sc that are worth 10c. Organdies at 10c. worth 121c. Piques and ducks at 10c, worth 12jc. Indigo blue prints at 5c, sold everywhere at 61c. A large lot cross-barred muslins at 4jc. worth 6ic. Dress ginghams 5c. Shirting calicos at 4c. Ladies' sleeveless undervests at Sc each. A large lot of ladies' hats, ribbons, and flowers just received. Can trim up a nice hat for a lady from one dollar up to any prIce you want. Spring heel shoes for ladies are coming more and more into use and we have just got in a large lot of the genuine Dongola at $1.75 an...

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

BRYAN OAR NEBRASKA. RECOGNIZEDAS THE RtHTMVA\ HE SWEPT THE FiEL-). men went Nild and .iI a nt Paralella Enthusia""n I'- w L t US=Unainu-1nnd4 Va'aeiish an1,1 PA triotlo Witllrawal Clapped tie Climia-. CicAGo. July 10.-The convention reassembled at 10 o'clock this moronei. Nominations still beiug in ord-r Mr. Harrity put in nomination }'-Gwver nor Pattison of P ennsvlvania. Dele gate Miller of Oregon added to the list of nominations the name of Sylvester Pennoyer of Oregon. The names of Bland, Bryan, Boies. Blackburn, Matthews, McLean, Pattison and Pennoyer were before the convention, and the roll call of States began, for the first ballot. The sixteen votes of Arkansas an nounced for Bland by Senator Berry gave the supporters of the "Great Mis souri Commoner," as he designated him, an opportunity to yell, which they improved. California's vote was scattered, five for Blackburn, tvo Boies, one Campbell, two Bryan and two Matthews, and Blackburn's name was given a cheer, while the oth...

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

vnr XvI MANNING', S. C., W15NESDAY, JULY 2 8 N. EARL ON THE STUMP. THE JUDGE PITCHES HIS CAMPAIGN ON A HIGH PL^ANE . The State Campaiga Meeting Resumed at Sumter-LItdEZt or No Enthusiisi Main feted by the Crowt -Sou di al of the Cat did atea A beent. SuTMR, July 15.-Tne State cain pagn meetings were resumed here last Monday. At 10:10 County Ciair man R. O. Purdy called the meeting to order. Tne Rev. N. W. Edmuuds invoked divine blessing. askiOg that all things might be dune dece-ntiy and in order hert' today. Cbairmaa Pur dy announced that Mr. T. W. Stan land had authorized him to state that he had withdrawn from the congress ional rt, % leaving Air. Stokes and Mr. Moses to tighL it out. Messrs. Stokes and Moses, candidates for Con gress, spoke tirst. These gentlemen were followed by Judge Earle. After being introduced the Judge Luade au interesting speech: "Istand here today,"be said, "where I have stood many times before, fac ing a people I have known since child hood. I see here ...

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

LOUTS 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 Trihutes 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, JULY 22, 1896. 0 OUR. STANDARD BEARERS. ** President: WILLIAM ~JENNINGS BRYAN, Of Nebraska. Vice-President: ARTHUR SEWALL, Of Maine. Senator: JOHN GARY EVANS. Cowgress: JOHN L. McLAURIN. Governor: W. H. EL.ERBE. Lieutenant Governor: MILES B. McSWEENEY. Secretary of State: D. H. TOMPKINS. Attorney.General: W. A. ...

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

OFFICIAL ADVERTISEMENTS. MANNING, S. C.: WEDNESDAY. JULY 22, 1896. CHEAP GOODS Will Sell No Matter How Hard the Times Are. We have now in stock a full line of gents' and ladies' fine shoes in all the newest style toes, and if you want a shoe guaran teed to you, give us a call. We are closing ont the remainder of our stock of Oxford ties at very close figures. We offer this week for 50c one of the best unlaundered gents' shirts *we have ever offered for this money. We still have on hand a large lot of indigo blue calicos at 5c per yard. Col ors warrated to stand. We are now clos ing out our entire stock of figured lawns and organdies at cost to make room for our immensge fall stock. We offer you this week the beat gents'balf hose ever of-. fered in-this town, at 10e per pair, or 3 pair for 25C. Misses fast black ribbed hose, at 10c each, 3 pairs for 25c. Ladies' fast black seamless hose, at 10c per pair; this sto.king is worth 15c per pair on any market. Beautiful line of dress gingh...

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