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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 29 February 1888

T1AGE' SERMON. SALUTATION FROM TILE CHARIOT, The Searching question: "Is Thine Heart Right." TEXT: "Is thine heart right ?"-II. Kings X., 15. With mettled horses at full speed, for h-' was celebrated for fast driving. Jehu. the warrior and king, returns from i-attle. I:ut seeing Jehonadaib. an acquaintance, by the wayside, he shouts "'Whoa: whoa" to the latiered span. Then. leaning over to Jehon adab, Jehu salautes him in the words of the text-words not more appropriate for that hour and that place than for this hour and place. Is thine heart right; I should like to hear of your physical health. \Vell myself, I like to have everybo I- else well; and so :ight ask: Is your eyesight right, your hearing right, your nerves right, your lungs right, your entire body right? But I am busy to (lay taking diagnosis of the more important spiritual conditions. I should like to hear of your financial wel fare. I want everybody to have plenty of morey, ample apparel, large storehouse, and comforta...

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. — 29 February 1888

THE MANNING TIMES. Published Every Wednesday. S. A. NETTLES, EDrroR AD PRoPRIErR. WEDNESDA), FEBRUARI 29, 1888. HERE ANiD THtERE. Mr. Dargan has presented a peti tion of citizens of Florence - to Con gress asking for an appropriation of $10,000 to build a road to the nation al cemetery at that place. Rev. Charles Spurgeon, the great London preacher, having been re ferred to by :Miss Abbott as favoring theatres, vwrites that he never heard of her. He. says: "I am decidedly of the opinion that the stage is the enemy both of good morals and religion." Tie Panama Canal, if it ever reach es completion, will save 10,000 miles in distance between Europe and the Pacific ports. Its length is to be for ty-six miles. The original estimated cost is over $132,000;000, but enough has been done to show that the esti mate is too low. A terrible accident recently occur red in Broadlawn, El. John C. Hayes, a well-known farmer, had just built a corn mill and was making a test of the machinery. The sto...

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. — 29 February 1888

THZ XANNIITG TflMES. Published Every W ednesday. S. A. NETTLES, Emrror AD PnorrmrrOR. M. CLINTON GALLUCHAT, ADvERTISING AGENT. Terms: Susnzn oo r.s.-One copy, one year, $1.50; one copy, six months, i5 cents; one copy, three months, 50 cents. All subscriptions payable in advance. AmvaEnrsK RAs.-Dne square, first in sertion. $100; each subsequent insertion, 50 cents. Obituaries and Tributes of Respect ch-rged for as regular advertise ments. Liberal contracts made for three, six, and twelve months. Comsvic&Tio5s must be accompanied by the real name and address of the writer in order to receive attention. No communi cation of a personal character will be pub 3ished except as an advertisement. For further inform; -ion address &-A. NETTLES, i.anning, S. C. SWEDIESDA\, FEBRUARI 29, 1838. Your Name in Print. Mr. Walter Boyle, of Greeleyville, spent yesterday in town. Mrs. E. C. Hall, of Fiorence, is visiting St Mr.-N. A. Hall's. Miss. Rosa Roseadorf, of Sumter, is visit ing Mr. S. W...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 29 February 1888

Dorcas Ualed.on, Tie k u-, of Waeien 1eigs. AN AUTOBIOGRAPHY. BY FLORENCE E DIADIOND. CHAPTER XIL I will not weary the reader with minute details of my establishment at Caledon Heights. suffice it that in less than three months after Miss Armund's death I found myself installed as mistress there, though I could hardly make myself believe it, and it was long before I could make myself at home in the grand old house whose rooms I had once stolen through like a thief. I then turned my attention to the Barretts and Claytons. They had at first attempted to dispute my claim, but unable to do so they had vacated the Heights, refusing, how ever, to speak or recognize me in any way all except Bertie Clayton, who came to visit me and seemed really pleased at my rein station. He begged me earnestly, however, to go and see if anything could be done for Irving Barrett; he was a wild, reckless fel low, Bert declared, yet he was his brother and it drove him wild to think of his dis grace. I promis...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 7 March 1888

VOL. III. MANNING, CLARENDON COUNTY, S. C., WEDNESDAY, MARCH 7, 1888. NO, 28. TALMAGE ON HEREDITY. WHAT ARE YOU DOING FOR YOUR FIFTY THOUSAND DESCENDANTS? Every Mother's Influence Likely to Extend for Ages-How to Make Children Liars, and How They May be Made Truthful, Benevolent and Good. In the eighth of his sermons to the women of America, which was delivered at the Brooklyn Tabernacle Sunday morning, the Rev. Dr. Talmage preached on "Prolonged Influence of Mothers." He said: "Everybody talks about the dissipa tions of modern society and how woman ly health goes down under it, but it was worse a hundre years ago, for the chap lain of a French regiment in our Revo lutionary War wrote in 1782, in his book of American women, saying: 'They are tall and well proportioned, their features are generally regular, their complexions are generally fair and without color. At twenty years of age the women have no longer the freshness of youth. At thirty or forty they are decrepit.' In 1812 a fo...

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. — 7 March 1888

M1d iiizg, g- a. -EDA mlARCH 7, I888. S. A. NETTLES, Editor. TIE. WHISKEY DEtIL. Of all the.avils in this world, and of the great curses inflieted upon man, whiskey-drinking is probably the greatest. It respects no, age or condition ; and when the terrible fend has twined herself around the victim, and be has come to love the fiery stuff whether for its taste or its.efreets, that one is generally be yond redemption. Every one in Manning knows we speak the truth. There are two many sad, sad cases on record. "Speak naught of the dead but good, and yet we cannot -pointing as.a warning, to our eemetemi.. "Wei: felk, whiskey UIgedhi,.has been spoken of more than one person who died in this posy of a score or more. p lo , its pitiful, but whis key wil be his death yet," has not improbably been spoken of a number whom the public suppose to have reached that stage where reform is sipessile. It is hard, very hard, fora confirmed toper to reform, and or warning is to try to save these who hie...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 7 March 1888

THIRST IN A CAVERN, DR. TAL3IAGE'S SUND Y SERMON. The Water of the Well of Bethlehem, Vihidh is by the Gate. Text: "Oh. that one tcould gire me drin2 If the water of the well of Bcthlehem, which i by the gate.'"-2 Samuel, xxiii., 15. War, always distressing, is especially ruin tus in harvest time. When the crops are all leady for the siekle, to have them trodden town by cavalry horses and heavy supply trains gullying the fields, is enough to make my man's heart sick. When the last great war broke out in Euronue. and France and sermany were coming into horrid collision. I :ode across their golden harvests, and saw the sents pitched, and the trenches dug in the very midst of the r'pe fields, the long scythe of battle sharpening to mow town harvests of men in great rinrows of the dead. It was at this season of harvest that the army of the Philistines !ame down upon Bethlehem. Hark to the mamor of their voices, the neighing of their :hargers, the blare of their trumpets, and the tlash o...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 7 March 1888

Tim KANThTG TUGS. Mamizg, s, a WEBIESDAY MARCI 7, 1888. HERE AMD THERE. It is expected that $300,000 will be appro aited by Congress to instruct a fne.gan its public building for Charleston. Mr. R. H. Davis, of Clarendon county, killed a penitentiary convict two weeks ago. An account of it is published elsewhere. Mrs. Mary O'Hara, widow of the late John O'Hara, of Manning, died in Colum bia, at the residence of her brothers, Feb. 23rd. W. L. Bass, of Kingstree, is said to have invented a type writer that will be superior to those in use, and can be constructed at about one third the cost. Chester, S. C., is ahead of every other town in the State in one respect, by having a barber shop run by a colored woman, *hich is patronised by the best citizens of the place.-Florence Ts. The Kershaw Gazette says:-One day last week four widows of Confederate soldiers applied at the Auditor's office to have pa pers fixed in order to draw pensions from the State. Their names were Black-Berry Pye an...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 7 March 1888

THE MANNING TIMES. Published Every W1ednesday. S. A. NETTLES, EDrroR AND PROPIETOR. M. CLINTON GALLUCHAT, ADVERTISING AGENT. Terns: Srnscr.nIoN Rirms.-One copy, one Year, $1.50; one copy, six months, 75 cents; one copy, three months, 50 cents. All subscriptions payable in advance. ADVERTISING Rrxs.--One square. first in sertion. $1 00; each subsequent insertion, 50 cents. Obituaries and Tributes of Respect ch'rged for as regular advertise ments. Liberal contracts made for three, six, and twelve nontha. Con rNIcAToss must be accompanied by the real name and address of the writer in order to receive attention. No communi cation of a personal character will be pub lished except as an advertisement. For t'irther information address S. A. NETTLES, Manning, S. C. WEONESgA\, MARCH 7, 1888. Your Name in Print. R. O. Purdy. Esq., of Sumter, spent Sun day in town. Mr. H. L. Setzer, of Ejoree, is visiting relatives in town. Miss Anna Lesesne. of Greeleyville, is vis iting Mr. S. A. Rigby's fam...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 7 March 1888

GENER AL NEWS NOTES. Hera or 'Interest asaeued aom Various In the Eleventh Mfichigan district Sey mour's pluralityis2. The mayor of 0rk has been released from prison. There aretwenty-seven Japanese students at the Michigan University. The funeral services of the late Mr. Cor coran in Washington were simple and im pressive. At Meridian, Miss., the Rasdale House and its contents were bt idpn Sunday night. Loss, $50,000; insurrance small. At .Shreveport, La., yesterday eighteen of the twenty-five prisoners confined in the parish jail made thei escrpe. A fire in Le.w York last night destroyed the Union Sie-Theatre and badly dam aged the ' HO e.-as,$20,000. - - In the Ndi orkCert thecomplaint against Gould and Sage have beenAis missed. Judge Gildorsleeve, of, New Yorkhas decided thitdfamiter Mooney must go to the Utica inSn asylu.* Disordersiinthe St. Petersburg' Universi ty have been -renewed. Students hissed RectorVladislavoff while he was deliver ing a lecture. The wounded at Mount Ve...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 14 March 1888

. '4 VOL, IIL MANNING, CLARENDON COUNTY, S. C., WEDNESDAY, MAR CR 14, 88 O 9 WAR TALK IN CONGRESS. .TRYING TO REVIVE ISSUES THAT OUGHT TO BE BURIED. A Forensic Conflict Between Senators Ingalls and Blackburn--The Kentuckian Gets the Better of the Tilt. On Tuesday the 6th inst. the United States Senate had under consideration the dependent pension bill. After brief speches by Senators Berry, Manderson, Sherman, Teller and Beck, Senator Ingalls, the presiding officer, having called Senator Platt to the Chair, pro ceeded to address the Senate, the galle riejckeing crowded to their full capacity. He said that considerations of decorum and propriety (perhaps excessive and overstrained) had deterred him from participation thus far in the debates of the Senate. He had, therefore, been surprised, one day last week, on return ing to the chamber, after a brief ab sence, to learn that the Senator from Missouri (Vest) had referred to him in terms not complimentary in a debate in which he had ta...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 14 March 1888

THlE KN.[NG TIMES. wr~anin in g, d3. c. WEDNESDAY; MARCH 14, 1888. S. A. NETTLES, Editor. TO MANNING BUSINESS MEN. All agree that something must be done to build up Manning, that its voluie of business must be increased. That is all true; but who is to do it? and how is it to'be done? Heretofore our business men have thought it was sufficient to buy goods and place them on the shelves in their stores, expecting the people to know they had.them. Occasionally a begrudg ed advertisement, with possibly the remark.it will do me no good, has beenwgien the county paper, and still the merchants wonder why the trade leaves this place. It may seem strange, but it is true, we get more money for advertising from Sumter merchants than from the Manning merchants. Is it any wonder that the Olarendon trade is going to Sum ter! Is-it not natural for the people to suppose that the merchant who makes free use of printer's ink, and tells them he has bargains for them, is the one from whom they will buy...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 14 March 1888

THE GOSPEL OF HEALTHL D. TALIAGE'S SUNDAY SERMON, A Few Timely Words in Regard to Spiritual Health. SE XT: "Till a dart strike throU9h his liter.' -Proverbs, vii., 2. There is a fashion in srnieoics. A com paratirely small part of the ltibie is called or for texts. Most of the pasages of Scripture, when announced at the op' nmg of sermons, immediately divide the ns .lvs it.) old dis cussions that we have heard from bovhood. and the et'ect on us is soporitic. The auditor guesses at the start just what the preacher will say. There are very important ch:pters and verses that have never been preached from. Much of mr lifetime 1 amit devoiting to unlocking thes- gel.I che-is and blasting open these quarries. We talk about the heart, and sing about the heart, but if you refer to the physical organ t hat we call the heart, it has not half so tuch to do with spiritual health or disrase, moral exaltation or spiritual depretsion. as th' organ to the consideration o; which X0l:non calls us in ...

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. — 14 March 1888

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 14, 1888. HERE AID THERE. The Republican National Convention meets at Chicago, June 19th Five negro children were burned to death at Greenville, S. C., on Wednesday last in a negro cabins where there mother had left them. The bridge over the Pee Dee River on the Wilmington,/Columbia, and Augusta Rail .road has been rebuilt and trains via the At lantic Coast Line have resumed regular gchedules on that road. A handsome shaft of granite in the Con federate cemetery at Winchester, Va., bears the inscription : "Stranger, go tell it in Georgia that 1,960 Georgians lie here in obedience to her laws." The rumor that Senator Blair will intro duce a bill in the Senate calling on the Gov ernment to expend $3.000,000 in sending copies of Shakespeare's work to the planet Jupiter is now thought to be unfounded. All Texas needs to become overpopulated in a short time is a few women like Mrs. MaElmore, of Texarkana. She has just giv en birth to triplets, and this is her third exper...

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. — 14 March 1888

THE MANNING TIME. Published Every Wednesday. S. A. NETTLES, EDrroR AND PoPRIETon. M. CLINTON GALLUCH1AT, ADvERTIsING AGENT. Terms: Srmscnnox Isrrs.-One copy, ene year, $1.50; one copy, six mouths, ';7 cents: one copy, three months, 50 cents. All subscriptions payable in advance. AnyVu-zseNG FRms.-One square, first in sertion. $100; each subsequent msertioD, 50 cents. Obituaries and Tributes of Respect charged for as regular advertise ments. Liberal contracts made for three, six, and twelve months. . CoomizcArIOss must be accompanied by the real name and address of the writer in order to receive attention. No communi cation of a personal character will be pub lished except as an advertisement. For further information address S. A. NETTLES, Manning, S. C. " WEDIESCA\, MARC 14, 1888. Your Name in Print. R. M. Thompson, Esq., of Salem, was in :town last week. Mr. Willie Dean, of Maysville, was in -town last week. Mrs. J. D. Alsbrook, of Bennettsville, is on a visit to Manning. Sheriff M...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 14 March 1888

THE REPUBLIGANS MOVING. MEETLNG OF THEIR LEADING LIGHTS IN COLUMBIA. AState Convention Called-Plans for Gather ing the Faithful into the Fold-Brayton's Britant Scheme. (From the Columbia Daily Record, March G.) A meeting was held this afternoon that a few years ago would have fraught with great interest to the people of South Caro lina. It was no less or no more a thing than the meeting of the State Executive Com mittee of the Republican Party of South Carolina. The morning trains brought in a number of somewhat mysterious, but familiar looking personage whose coming was unexpected to the common, everyday, ordinary,. casual man about town. A RECORD reporter soon scented music in the air, and casting about. for the organ and its performers discovered them in the office of Mr. E .M. Brayton, in the Central Bank building, januis claus-s and not even a key hole to crawl through or a loquacious ser geant-at-arms to "pump." By dint of asiduous inquiring and the assumption of an innocent a...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 21 March 1888

VOL, III. MANNING, CLARENDON COUNTY, S. C., WEDNESDAY, MARCH 21 1888 NO.30. TlE LAMU OF ICE. HARDY RESIDENTS OF ICELAND TALK OF LEAVING. - A Movement on Foot to Remove the En tire Population of 7,OOO People to Manitoba--The Land and People. (From the Philadelphia Cal.) In the western part of Pembina coun ty, D. T., but a few miles from the Canadian houndary, lie three townships settled entirely by Icelanders, most of whom lived a short time in Manitoba before crossing into the United States. Neat Sioux Falls, in the same territory, are a few Icelanders; there is another settlement in Iowa, and still another in Wisconsin, while in Manitoba the flour ishing settlements of Ginili, Thingvalla and New Iceland contain several thou sand of the same people. All these set tlements, in both countries, have much the same history, and illustrate the pain ful fact that for the third time in its history Iceland is threatened with de population. For the third time the climate of .that strangely in...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 21 March 1888

THE LANNIa TE S. A. NETTLES, Editor. WEDNESDAY MARCH 2i, 1888. Our town is greatly in need of a town hall, and the suggestion made by."I" in this column is worthy of consideration. We hope the town council to be elected next month will take the matter in hand, and build a large and commodious town hall. There is not a hall of any size in this place, and it is very embarrassing to the town in a good many ways. Let us issue bonds, and build a large hall, with market and guard house below. The present town hall and guard house is an eye sore to the town. What say our citizens? And we must have a bank, too. 'We have begun the work of stop ping the papers of those subscribers whe pay no attention to our state nents. But we never stop a paper unless at the same time sending a letter stating tha~t fact, and the time when the name will be placed on the Black List, generally giving tean o fifteen days grace. We canno: send the Tros promiscuously on a credit. We do not desire to lose a single...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 21 March 1888

Tg ANNflG TBS. M annn, S. Oe WER1ESDAY MARCH 21, 1888. LOCAL AND OTHERWISE. The recent working of the streets has improved them much. Mrs. Moore has a fine prospect for the earliest and best garden in town. F. C. Cochran has been appointed coroner of Clarendon county, vice N. A. Ridgill. deceased. . A Singer sewing machine for sale at this office for eighteen dollars cash. New, improved, and all attachments. Buist's garden seeds, all guaranteed to be fresh, for sale at Dr. Nettles's Drug Store, in Foreston, at two pa pvers for five cents. Married, March 1st, by Rev. E. M. Hicks, Mr. Gabe J. Tart, of Oak Grove, Marion county, and Miss Liz zie Tart, of Sumter county. Attention is directed to the adver tisement of the Cameron and Barkley Co., of Charleston. Mill men can be snpplied in everything in their line. Belting, Packing, Oils, and Mill upp as: generally; lowest pices, also, a few second-hand Gins Presses. Lorick &, Lowrence, Columbia, S. C Mr. D. -M. Bradham's grist and saw ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 21 March 1888

PARENTAL BLUNDERS. DR. TALIAGE'S SUNDAY SERMON. A Few Wortg of Wisdom About Train ing Children. * TEXT: He fell of frotm the scat backward by the side of the gate, and his neck brake, and he died; for he was an old man, and heaegY''-I Samuel iv., is. . This is the end of a long story of parental neglect. Judge Eli was a good man, but he let his two boys, Hophni and Phinehas, do as they pleased, and through over-indu'gence they went to ruin. The blind old judge, ninety-eight years of age. is seated at the gate waiting for the news of an important battle in which his two sons were at the front. An express is coming with tidings from the battle. This blind nonagenarian puts his hand behind his ear and listens and cries: "What meaneth the noise of this tumult:" An excited me senger, all out of breath with the p , said to hun: "Our army is defeat ed, he sacred chest, called the ark, is cap tured, and your sous are dead on the field" No wonder the father fainted and expired. The domestic ...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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