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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 16 November 1887

Hatters Orwue and Gay in Which Our Fair Readers Take an Especial Interest. A Couple of Columns Prepared Solely for Their Instruction and - - Edification. Last of the Season, --l - RE fashionable W6men are al ready looking forward anxious ly to the advent of fall styles, be ing already tired of summer fash ions and eager to throw off the muslins, lawns, / and batistes of jf 7: the season for the light woolens whose adoption presages the coming of colder weather. Neverthe less it is not yet within the province of: a fashion writer to look forward, and I must cling still to late summer dresses and notions. 'Qethat is very suitable for the time of year is formed by a combination of plain cashmere and plaited zephyr woolen material. The latter composes the narrow vest which opens upon a V-shaped plaited linen chemisetta. The chemisette is of course uccompa hied by a linen collar, and this is sur rounded by a "lay-down" collar of vel vet. Cuffs of the latter material, if gauntlet shape, r...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 16 November 1887

The Atlanta Exposition, the Macon Fair, Charleston's Gala week; the Columbia Fair. And a circus perfor ming to immense audiences within the borders of South Carolina and another on its way, to feed on the receipts of a short crop will have something to do with popularizing the Lien and Mortgage systems for anoth-i er year. Tillman may preach and teach but until men whose means are small learn to deny themselves they and their business will continue to be dependent. We like to see people enjoy themselves when they are able to do it, and they should do it. But _ whenever a twenty dollar man tries to blow himself up to thousand dollar dimensions there is bound to be an explosion in the grand procession. Barnwell Sentinel. We never read, even in the war times, any of Miss Evan's novels. .The few judicious critics in the South deterred us from cultivating an ac quaintance with unrealities in the shape of men and women who stalked .through her "Beulah" and other phan tasmagoric stories. S...

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. — 16 November 1887

TAEf TIMES. WEDNESDA\ NOV. 16. 1887. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTIO: One Year, in Advance $.50. or $2.00 at the Expiration of Six Months. Advertisements.-Per Square, first in sertion, $1.00. Each subsequent insertion. 50e. p Contract Advertising at reduced ates. Mike Heller, Esq., of Kingstree, is in town. Miss Pauline Dick, of Sumter, is visiting at Rev. James McDowell's. There are seven prisoners in jail, already, awaiting trial at the next term of the Circuit Court. Our correspondents have apparent ly forgotten us. What is ailing, friends? Give us the news from the various 1 sections of the county. The first page of our outside is fill ed with news of the State Fair and other meetings in Columbia last week. It is worth reading. Have you a bad cough or cold? Try Cerasine Cough Cure. It never fals to cure. 25 cents at Dinkins& Co's Drug Store. "Qui Via" will please accept our apologies. His "dots" were mislaid last week, and a careful hunt has not thus far revealed their hiding place. So...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 16 November 1887

TIDE GARDEN OF EDEN. ITS PROBAW.: LOCATION NEAR THE CITY OF C rIAEILESTON. Bishop Keeinr (ves Some Reasous for Such a Suppo.i: .=-kie Zoyage of Noah in the Ark. The Rev. J. C. Keener D.D., in re viewing an article in the Review, writes to the Southern Christian Advocate as follows: I am, however, a little surpri d at the qiet wty in which you, 3r. Edit t:ke the spectuons oi Dr. \ Vaen, "i the Boston Liversity, which Dr. EI - rison has notice :, w. approving y in his "Book Reviews." I shoald cer tainly not allow !his industrious and scholarly Bostonian to take the very ground from under me without a pro test. If "tho. Cradle of the human Race" is to be found at the North Pole, of course no one can think or look to ward it without seeing Boston and its University. Whatever may be the merits of the Doctor's theory, he has at least losened up Eden. It is now fauly at sta. I have been content all rey life to consider the question as st d, and have been content to think of ".\Iesopotamia"...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 30 November 1887

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Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 30 November 1887

TH~AlooN T DES. Pidai hed Ecery lednesday. WEDNESDAY, NOV. 30 1881 B. S. DINKINS, Editor. Owing to the prominence of the subjed and length of the article pre pared by Mr. Scott, the E:-Auditor we have had to yield onr editorial space, to its publication. MR. J. E SCOT2TS PROMISEIJ STATE I tEYT. Mn. EDITOR : In a communication of last week in the T.s, notice was given that in this issue of your paper the ex-anditor would put in an appearance for himself; and in do ig so. the difficulties in the way of making myself choroughly understood, through the medium of-the press, are fully appreciated. The- system of taxation under which the people have labored so long, are aot only unequal and unjust but of a character so complex and complicated, as very often to puzzle those whom the laws charge with hay ing them enforced. Many points, therefore, necessary here to keep in view, and upon which I would like to elaborate, must be barely touched; and others, no less in con sequence, omitted. on ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 30 November 1887

PEACE ON EARTH. BlEY. TALMAGE'S SUNDAY SERXON. AR Exposition of the Advantages of Peace over Discord. TEXT: "Who laid the corner-stone thereof, 'When the morning stars sang together" Job xxxviii., t, 7. We have all seen the ceremony at the lay ing of the corner-stone of church, asylum or Masonic temple. Into the hollow of the stone were placed scrolls of history and im prrtant documents to be suggestive if one or two hundred years after the building should be destroyed by fire or torn down. We re nemember the silver trowel or iron hammer that smote the square piece of granite into sanctity. We remember some venerable man who presided, wielding the trowel or ham mir. We remember also the music as the choir stood on the scattered stones and timber of the building about to be con structed. The leaves of the notebooks flut tered in the wind and were turned over with a great rustling, and we remember how the bass, baritone, tenor contralto and soprano voices commingled. They had for many...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 30 November 1887

3-. > WEDBESDA\ NOV. 30, 1887. Robbers in Marlboro. From what has developed recently itis to be presumed there is a regular ly organized band of robbers in Marl boro County. A number of robberies bave been committed recently. War rants have been issued against a num ber of parties and several arrests have been made. The sheriff has been di wgent in his search for goods that were stolen from the store of C. P. Hodges and from that of Pegues Bros., and he has been quite successful. The rob heries have ceased for the present, and it is hoped the organization is broken. -Marl boro Chronicle. WORTH K OWIYG. Mr. W. H. Morgan, Merchant, Lake City _la., was taken with a severe cold. attended .with a distressing cough and running into Consumption in its first stages. He trid many so-called popular cough reme-lies and gradually. grew worse. Was reduced in fesh, had-dicutlty in breathing and was unable to sleep Finally tried Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption and found "immediate reli...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 30 November 1887

THE MANNING TIES. WEDNESDA\ NOV. 30. 1881. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: One Year, in Advance $1.50, or $2.00 at Lhe Expiration of Six Months. Advertisements.-Per Square, first in sertion, $1.O. Each subsequent insertion. 50e. .r Contract Advertising at reduced ates. A bill to unite the offices of Treas urer and Auditor introduced in the Senate was vetoed by that body. The merit of REm MEAT ToBACcO iS conceded by the attempts to imitate it. But don't be deceived. Ask for the water-melon tag. For a full report of the proceedings of the Senate and House of epresen tatives up to Monday afternoon see our outside. The prohibitionists m f with a sig a defe.tt in Ath.n'a in the recent contest there, for and against the licensing of bar-rooms. R. M. Thompson, Esq., nade a flying trip to Manning last week. He looks as well and magisterial as usual. The defeat of prohibition in Atlan ta is a lesson to prohibitonists, never again to bedraggle in the dust the morality they preach. Have you a bad cough...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 30 November 1887

THE FIFTIETH CONGRESS. The Complexion and Pcbable Attitude of the Houe. (From the Battimore Sun.) The 5th of Dccember, the date :n which the Fittieth Congress will begi' its labors, is already near at ban. Within the short spac of three wee: the members of the Nati_::i Legislature will have assembled at Washington and have taken steps of prrpa ation for tare work of a long s-ssion. Both houses of the Fiftieth Coigress will be of the same political co:ion a' s in the Forty ninth, but with a d:rn.sic :i:oi for the party dominant in each. That is to say, the Senate will continue lepub lican a amajority of .ti as aganst a majority of u the I'ty-ninth Congress, while the House wil be Dem ocratic by a maioritv of 3 i the Forty ninth Congress. Th Iac that the coming session prec. aes immediately a Presidential election eds extraorinarv interest to its work, discourages the ex pectation that much useful legislation will be accomplished. TI'e Senate and House, unless past experience is mis l...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 7 December 1887

-J 2y d f , " i -r t i . x . l (i ! ' L VOL, Ill. MANNING, CLAREND)ON COUNTY, S. C., WEDNESDAY, DECE1MBER7,87NO15 TilE GENETAL ASSBiu L1. BOTH BR ANCgHi A1.: nF ADY DOWN TO YERtY lilkD Wv)RK. Several Measne- of impo.rtanice Receive Final Di3p itin-- u -rniss of the rr( eedings it nth i u-e'. CoLuMBIA, Decembiver .-Perhaps at no sesion of the Legislature has there ever been, after the close of the sc:onu week only, such a showing in the ^ay of actual work, as the body now in stssio2 makes to the people. Both Senate ad House evidently ca'" here here wit:. te determination to clear u the crowdeid calendars 'A.: front last se-sion. P--. promptly clear the way for the wo:k of the present. By steady and jadic ious work, the measures standing over have been disposed of, and already several bills of impoitnce, introduced this ses sion, have met their fate-have been passed or killed. BEMovING OBsTUCTIONs TO NAIGAT'ON. About the first re: discussion of th present session came up on the bill t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 7 December 1887

THE MNNflNG TIMES. Pdished Ecery Wea'nesday. WEDNESDAY, DEC. 1 1887 B. S. DINKINS, Editor. The Manning Cemetery. It is with painful surprise that we witness the utter and long continued negligence on the part of those who are interested in our cemetery, to wards beautifying which nature has done her part with lavish hands, and werso little. With its beauteous hill side, sloping gently away and having as a background the verdure of spring and i4 autumn a landscape of surpass ing lo'eliness, withal the rank weed, a bold - trespasser on these sacred grounds, the peaceful abode of the dead. Why is this ? Can it be that those whom we laid away to rest with breaking hearts and many tears are so soon forgotten and faded from our memories ? Nay, within us there is an ever abiding and tender remembrance of our loved ones, but the chief trou ble lies in the old adage, that "what is everybody's business is nobody's." When our esteemed and estimable fellow citizen, Dr. G. Allen Huggins passed a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 7 December 1887

FORBIDDEN HONEY DR. TALM.UE'S SUNDAY SER310\. The Evils That Come to Us in Seduc tive Ways. TEXT: "I did but taste a little honey with the end of the rod that was in my hand, and to! I must die."-I Samuel xiv., 43. The honey bee is a most ingenious architect, a Christopher Wren among insects, a geome ter drawing hexagons and pentagons, a free booter robbing the fields of pollen and aroma, a wondrous creatureof Goa, whose biography, written by Huber and Swammerdam, is an enchantment for any lover of nature. Virgil celebrated the bee in his fable of Arista'us, and Moses, and :Samuel, and David, and Solo mon, and Jeremiah, and Ezekiel, and St. John used the delicacies of bee manufacture as a Bible symbol. A miracle of formation is the bee: five eyes, two tongues, the outer hav ing a sheath of protection, hair on all sides of its tiny body to brush up the particles of flowers: its flight so straight that all the world knows of the bee line. The honeycomb is a palace such as no one but G...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 7 December 1887

WEDOESDA\ DES. 7. 1881,. A Printer's Search for a Keylkole. Another one of those old time typos l ngered down town one morning among convivial spirits long after the "jig" was up, and when he finally got started westward- it, seemed to me that all the printers in town live on the west side-it was broad daylight, and the east-bound cars were crowded with people who hadn't the faintest idea of what it was to work all night. He lived on Madison street, and when he reached his home he tried for sev eralminutes to adjust his key to the key-hole, but couldn't strike the com bination. Every half minute a car loaded with people passed by and ev erybody laughed at him. Then a cun ng idea struck him. He went calm ly down in his pocket, got a match, lighted it, held it up to the keyhole, inserted the key, unlocked the door and stalked didnifiedly in, while an irrepressible shout went up from a car that was passing. Daylight might be good enough for some, but he needed! a little extra illuminat...

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. — 7 December 1887

TH MANNNG TfIMES. WEDNESOA\ DEC. 7, 1887. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: OneYear, in Advance $1.50, or S2.00 a! the Expiration of six Months. Advertisements.-Per Square, first in sertion, $1.00. Each subsequent insertion. 50c. p. Contract Advertising at reduce. ates. NEW ADvEsTIs3E-. Sheriffs sales-L H. Lesesne. Claim Agents- Bender & Welch. The Johnson ].evolving Book Case. Prof. W. B. Bonham, of Foreston, was in town yesterday. Senator Rhamne spent the recess from S-aturday to Tuesday of the Senate at home. Mr. Marion Britton, of Biack Mingo Williamsburg county, spelt Saturday and Sunday in town. Rev. J. W. Perry preached in the Baptist church here last Sunday. His friends were glad to see him. Capt. W. . Royal assistant super intendent of the N. E. R. . was in town yesterday. The Methodist church here is to be congratulated on the return of the rev. H. M. Mood to this place. D MEAT Tom cco. Our town is excited over the "Red Meat Tobacco.' The best known. Ask for it. The County Commis...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 7 December 1887

THE STORY OF THE FIGHT. A Hot Campaign-Piayers. Curses and Bitter Pert- nalitirs-A Divided Negro Vote-Preachers in the Fight--The Anti's - Victorious. (From the New York Herald.) ATLNTA, GA., November 26, 1887. The people of this city voted on the question of prohibition to-day and de feated it. The election follows one of the most exciting political campaigns ever witnessed in Georgia. An extreme of bittern'ess, running often into person alities, marled it. Is excite-ient reach ed a chnax last nht wh.en th -usaudsoi voters marched tn .d bivonu.Aed in the street' 'o be ready Ivr an eadly advance upon the polls. Tie 1?i -oont t xposition i1' not close until the ':d ot Ochober. and both sides agreed that daring the progro-s of the exposition n- thing whatever shoutl be done by eth-er ide, as it weu'd mar the unity of the ci-iz-ns in their enthusiaste support of the t-xposition. Both sides plit e-d into the fiiht with wonderful activity as soon as the exposi tion was over. fu two eys a...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 14 December 1887

VOL, III. MANNING, CLARENDON COUNTY, S. C., WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1887. NO. 16. LEGISLATIVE PROCEEDINGS. WHAT THE LAWMAKERS EAVE DONE FOIL THE STATE. .Several Important 3Ieasnres Receive Final ' Consideration--Synopsis of the Proceed Ings Thereon. CorxnaI, December 10.-The work of the Legislature has progressed rapid ly and satisfactorily for the past week. The more important measures acted on will now be noticed. THE CBDNIAL LAW. The bill to regulate the criminal prac tice in this State has passed the House and Senate both and is now before the Senate judiciary, committee, who ire considering the House amendments. The following is the text of the bill as it left the House: Section 1. That every indictment shall be deemed and adjudged sufficient and good in law, which, in addition to set ting forth the time and place, as now provided by law, charges the crime sub stantially in the language of the com mon law or of the statute prohibiting the same, or so plainly that the nature of ...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 14 December 1887

TH MANNIG TIlES Pu&ished Every Wedne&day. WEDNESDAY, DEC. 14 1887 B. S. DINKIN S, Editor. The President's message is one < the clearest expositions of the subje< of tariff revenue we have ever seen. . is different from all other messages i that it treats .of only one subject-ti financial condition of the Union, bot present and prospective. To any d siring a full and intelligent knowleda of that important matter of revenu taxation, which will eventually becon the leading principle or plank in ti Democratic platform, we refer thea to this message of President Clev lands. * * The Secretary of War in his annul report states that on the entire Atlar tic and Gulf coast, a line of 2,870 mile and the northern frontier, 2,530 mile the sole protection of the governmet against foreign invasion, is an arms ment of 142 rifled guns, of which 11 are obsolete and of very low powe: The large surplus lying idle in th united States treasury, would make almost perfect the navy and coast d...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 14 December 1887

EYES OPENED DR, TALMAGE'S SUNDAY SERMON. What May Be Seen When the Scales Fall From Our Eyes. TEXr: "And the Lord opened the eyes of the young man."-IL Kings vi,17. One morning in Dothan a young theologi. cal student was scared by fding himself and Elisha, the prophet, upon whom he waited, surroundedby a whole army of enemies. But venerable Elisha was not scared at all, be cause he saw the mountains full of defense for him, in chariots made out of fire, wheels of fire, dashboard of fire and cushions of fire, drawn by horses with nostrils of fire, and manes of fire, and haunchesof fire, and hoofs of fire-a supernatural appearance that could not be seen with the natural eye. So the old minister prayed that the young minister might see them also, and the prayer was an swered, and the Lord opened the eyes of the young man and he also saw the fiery proces sion, looking somewhat, I suppose, like the Adirondacks or the Aleghames in this au tumnal resplendence. Many young men, standing amon...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 14 December 1887

T- MANING TIMES WEDIESDA\ DEC, 14 1887. 1I an Engine Cab, An incident which occurred on Mrs Cleveland's trip to New York State and which is so thoroughly illustra tive of her graciousness and real Dem ocracy as to be worthy of record, i thus related to a Washington Criti< re presentative: . The train had just pulled into station on the Rome, Watertown, auc Ogdensburgh Road, when the engin eer opened the door of the special car, doffed his cap and inquired in a tone of bluff heartiness: - "Would not the first lady of the land like to ride or the locomotive ?" "That is just what the first lady in the laud would like to do," laughing ly replied Mrs. Cleveland, as she al lowed herself to be assisted to a seat in the engine cab. She remained there some time and was fully initiated into the mysteries of the iron horse. On rejoining the Presidential party she expressed her self as greatly pleased and interested by her novel experience.. A few days later she met the same engineer on the ...

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