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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 16 April 1890

THXA=NIG TILES, Ma in g, . C S. A. NETTLES, Editor. WEDNESDAY, Apri 16,1890. THE TOWN COUNCIL The town council for the next two years has been elected, the clerk and marshals have been appointed, and all is quiet and serene. The nomination of Mr. D. K. Bradham for intendant was exceedingly complimentary, as he was nominated and elected unani mously. Such an endorsement is an honor to be proud of. Mr. Bradham -served in the last council and is the only member of the old council who was elected on the present council. The other four members are all nev men. The council is a good one, and much will be expected of them. They are all young men. At the meeting last night, just be fore the new council was sworn in, Al derman Bradham offered a set of reso lutions, which were unanimously adopt ed,highly complimentary to Intendant W. K. Bell, for the admirable and sat isfactory manner in which he had discharged the duties of his office, and expressive of the high regard en tertained by the co...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 16 April 1890

THE MANNDTG TIMES. Published Every Wednesday. 8, A. NETTLES, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. Terms: S.SrCP.TIrro RATE.-One copy, one year $1.50; one copy, six months, 75 cents one copy, three months, 50 cents. All subscriptions payable in advance. ADVE.TISING RATES.- One square, first in sertion, $1 00; each subsequent insertion. 50 cents. Obituaries and Tributes of iRespect charged for as regular advertise ments. Liberal contracts made for three, six, and twelve months. ComsicATio-s must be accompanied by the real na-ne and address of the writer in order to receive attention. No communi cation of a personal character will be pub ished except as an advertisement. For firther information address S. A. NETTLES, Manning, S. C. Wednesday, April 16, 1890. We hblih all hblic dMimvt-1, The Missins TDES publishes each and every public advertisement of Clarendon county. All these advertisements, except sheriffs sales, are published in full and di rect from the offices. The sheriffs sales will be publ...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 16 April 1890

The Haunted Chamber. 3r "THE DUCHESS." .uho of "Monica," "Mona S "PhyUiS," etc., etc. CHAPTER. VII. It is now "golden September," and a few days later. For the last fortright Florence has been making strenuous efforts to leave the castle, but Dora would not hear of their departure, and Florence, feeling it will be selfish of her to cut short Dora's happy hours with her supposed lover, sighs. and gives in, and sacrifices he- own wishes on the alta- of friendship. It is five o'clock, and all the men, -n in hand, have been out since early !awn. Now they are coming strag gling home, in one or twos. Amongst the irst to return are Sir Adrian and his cousin Arthur Dynecourt, who, having met accidentally about a mile from home, have trudgea the remaind er of the way together. On the previous night at dinner.Miss Delmaine had spoken of a small gold bangle, a favorite of hers. she was greatly in the habit of wearing. She said she had lost it-when or where she could not tell; and she expressed...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 23 April 1890

- O.y7INS.ESkt,1O. VOL. VI. MANNLNGq Sl. C., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 23,19ON. . BUTERS AND SELLERS. DR. TALMACE !N THE TABERNACLE PULPIT no Prma a Praotieal Sarno& on the It the service in the Academy of Musie Sunday mOrning Dr. Talmage a.nounced as his textProverbs 20:14: ,-?It is naught, It is naught, ssitligthe buyer; but when he is gone his way, then he boasteth." Folowing is his sermon in full Palaces are not such prisons as the world imagines. If you think that the only timo when kings and queens come forth from the royal gcs is in procession and gorgeously attended, you are mistaken. Incognito, by day or by night, and clothed in eti sn' apparel, or the dress of a work ing woman they come Cut and se.e the world as it is. In no otbhAr way coull King Solomon, the anthor of my text, have known everything that was going on. From my text I am sure he must, in disguise, some day have walked into a store of ready-made clothing, in Jerusalem. and stood near the counter and overheard a wv...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 23 April 1890

THE MANING TES.I - Man=~ig 0- CL S. A. NETTLES, Editor. WEDNESDAY, April 23,1890. The State Democratic Executive Committee will meet in Columbia May 8th. The Pavilion hotel in Charleston was closed up by the sheriff last week. Mr. Gaillard, the proprietor, at once obtained another house, and has open ed the "New Pavilion." The Anti-Tillman farmers meet in Columbia to-day. Maj. C. S. Land represents Clarendon; Col. J. J. Dar gi, Sumter; and J. A. Peterkin, Or angeburg. They meet to devise plans for securing speakers to oppose Till man in his canvass for governor. A Wisconsin cort has been trying a case in which a clergyman is charged with getting $225 for an unsound horse worth not $100. Doubtless this clergyman is a good and worthy man in all other respects, but in swapping horses it is mighty hard work not to retain some traces of the old Adam. The political mills of persecution J- have already begun to grind in this State. In Richland and Beaufort counties, the Democratic supervis...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 23 April 1890

r1u1 shed Every Wednesday. S, A. NETTLES, EDITOR AND PROPRIEroR. Terms: SUnscnrITioN RATEs.-Onc copy, one year one copy, six months, 75 cents one copy, three months, 50 cents. All subscriptions payable in advance. Anvamsiso RATBs.-One square, first in sertion. $1 00; each subsequent insertion, 50 cents. Obituaries and Tributes of iespect charged for as regular advertise ments. Liberal contracts made for three, six, and twelve months. Cov.ntes-xcATioss must be accompanied by the real na-ne and address of the writ order to receive attention. No communi cation of a personal character will be pub ished except as an advertisement. For further information address S. A. NETTLES, Manning, S. C. Wednesday, April 23, 1890. Wo aih 1 NBlic AbM IIe Ta The MIArNnG ThEs publishes each and every public advertisement ot Clarendon county. All these advertisements, except sheriff's sales, are published in fall and di reet from the offices. The sheriff'R sales will be published sufficiently full for ou...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 23 April 1890

Theaunted Chamber. Br "Tai DCEES8." Aaer9 qV 'qnca," "Mona S~nW i the me the dayM dwln twlgtdeends &en that n w darkness falls U is nonw0 f din thwr is aleady treated with nerO Sp& tW~ct thefr ++O ebamdo 44bated olid Ady r1&Io atperha1s IRI be as we mdind e wayMay isezdyrahe bore the ess that has ensued on the absenee of their host, decides to l on the morrow, to the gess distress of both Dora and FlorIce Del .&ine, who shrink from deserting the 7stle while its Master's fate is undeoi de& But they are also sensible ths, to' remain the only female guesto, woud be to outrage the convendonah ties. Henry VIMes Ethel's father, Is also of that they should all quit the -Lwithout delay. He Is a hunting an I. F. H. !n his own county, d% naturally anxious to Let back to ow quarters some time before the Mkting-wson commences. Some oth ers have already gone, and altogether itseems to florence that there is no other course open to her but to pack up andAesert him, whom she lo...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 23 April 1890

TOWN COUNCIL REPORT. - :0: JOHN S. WILSON, Clerk and Treasurer IN ACCOUNT WITH TO COUNCIL Of MANNING, S. C. FROM APRIL 12, 1888. TO APRIL 15, 1890. 1888 DR. Cy Apr. To amt turned over by former council $ 115 67 16 By amt paid Joe Sprott acting marshal 6 33 By amt paid for telegram ordering gasoline 21 By amt paid Fed Davis for ditching By amt paid Harvey Montgomery for ditching 4.j By amt paid Geo Williams for ditching 26 28 By amt paid Fed Davis for work on streets 4 0 By amt paid Tom Harvin for work on streets 2 By amt paid Harvey Montgomery for work on streets 4 By amt paid George - for work on streets 31 May1 B am pdto . W McLeod, part salary Arod Stukes, marshnal 0 To amt fine from Beck 300 5 By amt bal salary pd Arod Stukes, marshal, for April, S7 pd. to S. Wolkoviskie and $5 paid to self 125 To smt barroom license from S. Wolkoviskie on May I888 62 50 amt pd Fed Davis for street work 5 1 vyamt pd Tom Barvin for street work 5 : By amt pd Harvey Montgomery for street work 5 1 B...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 30 April 1890

VOL. VI. M-1ANNING, S. C,~ WT7EDNESDAY. APRIL Q630,19. O TERRIBLE LTrAGEDI Ord!MITTED OVER TWENTY-SIX YFA!i AGO iow ti, a'r Was Unravelod-The Bb, Crawtyand A vng.t J:. Death * V., 'Ath.k - icemrkablo svary. ~FTi!D~ii.3S. C.. _Ar 17.-A ithat reveals the tale of I ile si der, and relates a stor: e .e t rdillainy, was unearthed. .this.co.LIty to-day. Not since the murder of Captait aXwson has South Carolina been sc ' srtled -not since the recital by Me ow of his assassination of that iig'iy estor has there been told a .ory of such a cruel and cowardly uarder. Prominent people are Cons ieted with i perpotration, and irery other detail makes the revels. -on mnott sensaional. An aged man, surrounded by a aily and riches. garnered by fair end fo!l -) a ns, with indications of .mpending dissoluiou, and with a Cme alrendyblotched beyond repara .1, is arrSted quietdy and slentl7 :or a m-urder comm1itted~ nearly awenl s ars ago. This man so rich. e doubly prominent. is S;-utl Jef a rezident of...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 30 April 1890

THE MANMG TMES. S. A. NETTLES, Editor. WEDNESDAY, April 30,1896. The meeting of the Anti-Tillian farmers' committee-convention last Wednesday was composed of dele gates from twenty-one counties. They did nothing of a remarkable nature, and possibly would have better ad vanced their cause had they not met at all. The proceedings will be found on our first page. The Summerton Star, P. G. Bow man, editor, made its appearance last week. It is a four page six column I paper, and makes a very creditable appearance. The Summerton people have given it a better advertising patronage, considering the size of the town, than any paper in the State. Every business house in the town, ex cept two, as well as our recollection serves us, is represented by a good sized advertisement. Mr. Bowman should certainly feel encouraged -by this magnificent treatment given him. The editorial and local matter of the paper is very good. The subscription price is $1.50 a year. CoL Jo. H. Earle, who was present at...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 30 April 1890

THE MANNING TIMES. Pahlehed Ever'y Wednesday. S. A. NETTLES, EnrroR AND PROPRIETOR. IL Terms: Sc aseBnrnio- RATms.- One copy, one year s oi156 ne ,, six months, 75 cents s nae c'ouv. tree~ month~s, 50 cents. All subscriltions pa.aalle in advance. Aivr.snia ulri.- On, square, tirst in 1rin.el00; eachl subsequjient insertion, s 50 cents. Obituaries and Tributes of ite-spect charged for as regular advertise luents. Liberal contracts made for three, C six, and twelve months. ConsicArroSs must be accompanied by the real nanie and address of the writer in order to receive attention. No commum eation of a personal character will be pub ished except as an advertisement. I For f'rther information address S. A. NETTLES, Manning, S. C. Wednesday, April 30, 1890. Your Name in Print - -Mr. R. S. Connor is having a struggle a with the grip. t -Mr. J. Wesley Strange is quite ill at his home near Manning. - -Mr. T. M. Bagnal, who was quite unwell last week, is up again and at his post. S -Mr. Rufus...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 30 April 1890

The Haurte~ ow'. 3Y "-rriE Konsss. utho~er of "Moicas" A Po Ma,"V cHArrz. . Slowiy and with dittculty they coax Sir Adrian back to life. Ringwood had insisted upon telling the old house keeper at the castle, who has been in the family for years, the whole story of her mlaster's rescue, and she, with taars dropning down her withered cheeks. has lel'ped Ringwood to remove his elothes and male him comfortable. She had also sat beside him while tho captain, stealing out of thi; houso like a thief, had galloped down to the vil lage for the doctor, whom ho had smuggled Into the house without awak ing any of the servant. Tis' caution and secrecy had been decided upon for one powerful reason. If Arthur Dynecourt should prove Suilty of being the author of his cous n's incarceration, they were quite de termined he should not escape what 9er punishment the law allowed. But e mystery could not be quite cleared up until tir Adrian's return to con sciousness, when they hoped to have some light th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 7 May 1890

VOL. VI. MANNING. S. C., WEDNESDAY, MAY 7, 1890. NO. 22 ter. The God of nature is the oud el the Bible, and in all the uiiverse, and in all the eternities, He has never once contradicted Himself. Christian merchants endow universities, wd in them Christian professors instruct the children of Christian communities. The warmest and most enthusiastic friends of Christ are the bravest and most enthusiastic friends of science. The church rejoices as much over every discoveryas the world rejoices. Good men have found that there is no0 wU b'etweeni science and religion. That which at first ihts seemed to be the weapon of the infidel has tun ed out to be the weapon of the Chris tian. Scientific discussions may be divi ded into those which are concluded, and those which are still in progress. depending for decis -on upon future investigation. Those which are con cluded have invariably rendered their verdict for Christianity, and we have faith to believe that those which are still in prosecut...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 7 May 1890

THE MANNIN TIM 81 wr~ann -0 n 3 , 49s. C4 S. A. NETTLES, Editor. WEDNESDAY, May 7, 1890. POLITICAL PERSECUTION. Intolerance is begotten of bigotry, and idle threats and evil insinuations, carried so far as to savor strongly of persecution, will in almost every in stance rebound with greater force upon the head of the persecutor. His tory is full of such instances. The early church thrived and rapidly grew under the direst deeds of per seention, and our own country would probably to-day be under British rule had it not been for the idea enter tained in the English parliament that our forefathers, and they were nearly al rude farmers and mechanics, had not the sense and decency to govern themselves. Ridicule properly han dled is always a powerful weapon; but when ridicule is hurled at the honest efforts of a set of honest men, and their friends are held up in scorn and derision as intolerant demagogues simply because they think public af fairs are not administered for their best inter...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 7 May 1890

THE MANNING TIMES PablidAed Ecery Wednesday. S. A. NETTLES, EDI'TOR AND PROPRIETOR. Terms: Srnsca'rios R sTE.-One copy, one yea one copy, six months, 75 cent one copy, three months, j0 cents. A subscriptions payable in advance. ADVEMrsING RATr.-One square, first ir ertion. $1 00; each snbsequentinsertior 50 cents. Obituaries and Tributcs < Respec-t charged for as regular advertis( ments. Liberal contracts made for thre< six, and twelve months. CoMM1rIATONS must be accompanied b the real na-ue and address of the writer 2 order to receive attention. No commun eation of a personal character will be pul ished except as an advertisement. For firther infoimation address 8. A. NETTLES, Manning, S. C. Wednesday, May 7, 1890. Your Name in Print. -Mr. J. W. Strange, who has been quit ill, is better and out again. --Mr. P. B. Thames went. to Mayesvill Monday to attend the funeral of his uncle Mr. J. ).-Cochran. Miss Daisy Bagnal, who retnined from Bishopville quite sick a couple of weeks...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 7 May 1890

A Little Child's Message. She wasn't on the playground, she wasn't on the lawn, The little one was missiug and bedtaie com ing on. We hunted in the garden, we peeped about to see If sleeping under rose tree or lilac she might be. But nothing camein answer to all our anxious call Until at leq? we hastened within the darken And then upon the stillness there broke a -fl The rling ite was standing beforo the And so y, as we istened. eame steeltng down the staire: "R'Io, Central! Give me Heaven' I want to say my praers." HOW 11E LIKED IT. "And t3 this the girl my nephew Paul has married?" said old Mal. L'Estrange to himself. "Why, she is nothing but a child, and a lovely child, too." The soft, yellow twilight was enfold ing the drawing-room in its enchanted glamour, and Dolores. rising from her piano, stood with large eyes and hight ened color to receive her new uncle. She was only 16, but she belouged to the beautiful creole race, who blossom so rly into womanhood, and she had the digni...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 14 May 1890

V V MANNG S VOL* VI. MANNING S. C. WEDNESDAY, MAY 14, 189.NO TI LLM . AT RIDGEWA THE OPENINC SPEECH OF HIS CANVAE FOR CGVE-RNOR. A Statement of the reasons for the Farm era' Movement in the Present Shape Where the Legislature Has Done Wror How to Correct Existing Evils. The following is the report mad by the Columbia Register of th speech of Capt. B. R. Tillman at tb public meeting held in Ridgeway: Mr. Chairman and Follow Citizen of Fairileld County: Before I begi tu say. what I have to say, I mmu specially request the men behind in to come around in front and be wher they can look me in the eye. (Ar: plause.) I will make a furthaer re quest, and that is that you give mi your undivided attention. (Voice 'We'll do it.") If there is any on, here who loses his interest, if h< wants to talk, he should walk on side where he won't disturb thos< who want to listen. I am pteased to meet my fellov citi'zens of Fairfel 1 county. It a] wayk affords me pleasure to meet m fellow citizenso...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 14 May 1890

THE MANNING TIMES S. A. NETTLES., Editor. WEDNESDAY, May 14, 1390. THE ALLIANCE IN CLARENDON. We have for some time been ol serving with interest the pusitio taken by some Alliances in the Stat in passing resolutions. The Allianc is ' powerful organization, with th governing principle that the will < the majority must rule. An Allianc resolution is as binding as the obligi tion, and every good and true membi of an Alliance should and must grac( fully submit to the will of the majo ity. The members of an Allianc then should use great care aid cautio in adopting a resolution which a r( spectable minority opposes. Ther should always be some real and ne< emary cause for the enactment of an law that in any way infringes upo: the rights and privileges of anothe member, and in politics and religio: especially should there be no conflic within the sacred walls of an Alliane ball: let such differences always be set tied outside. Clarendon county has been as con servative in this respec...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 14 May 1890

THE MANflTG TIMES. Published Every Wednesday. S, A. NETTLES, EITOR AND PROPRmTor. Terms: SuoscairTroN RTxs.- One copy, one year $1.. 0; one copy, six months, 75 cents one copy, three months, 50 cents. All subscriptions payable in advance. Anvr.nisixa RArs.-One square, first in 'ertion. $1 00; each subsequent insertion, ;0 cents. Obituaries and Tributes of R-spect charged for as regular advertise uents. Liberal contracts made for three, six, and twelve months. C'vxxec ros must be accompanied by t be real na-ie and address of the writer in order to receive attention. No commnun cation of a personal character will be pnb ished except as an advertisement. For fnrthe-r information address S . A. NETTLES, Manning, S. C. Wednesday, May 14, 1890. Yeur Name in Print. -Solicitor John S. Wilson is in Florence attending court. -Mrs. J. E. Barnett, of Mayesville, is on a visit to her father's family. -Mr. and Mrs. Wim. Simons spent a few days in Charleston last week. ---Miss Annie Loryea returne...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 14 May 1890

THE PATIENT MAN. A Pr.ACTiCAL LESSON TAUGHT BY THE STORY OF JOB. Sermon by Rev. Dr. Talmage on the Christian Religion--Is it to be Coademned Because Some of Its Professors are Not 01 What They Should Be? On Sunday Dr. Talmage preachedt( on "Narrow Escapes," talug as his il text Job xiv, 20: "I am escaped with i! the skin of my teeth." Following is r his sermon in full: t Job had it hard. When with boils , and bereavement and bankruptcy, tJ and a fool of a wife, he wished he p was dead; and I do not blame him. 0 His flesh was gnne, and his bones were dry. His teeth wasted away I until nothing but the enamel seemed o left. He cries out, "I am escaped a with the skin of my teeth." There s has been some difference of opinion A abous this passage. St. Jerome and I Schultens, and Doctors Good and t lool and Barnes, have zdl tried their a forceps on Job's teeth. You deny 5 my interpretation, and say, "What did Job know about enamel of the t teeth?" He knew everything about it. Dental surge...

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