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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 3 September 1890

Atl 4iAQi j ~ Leaj VO1. 1890. VOL X. MN I NG C. (lV EDNESDAY,_OCTOBERN. 2 SO1E PLAIN TALK. UNCLE GEORGETILLMAN TEARS UP THE SUB-TREASURY. His spech Accepting the Nominntlon for (ongress-A Trap for Southern Farxcrs --About "Our Brethren of the West Handling Macune Without Gove%. AtorsTA, Ga., Sept: 25.-Th"Aie follo - ing is George D. Tillnian's speech : fore the nominatinPg convennon aT Aiken 'Friday as reported n the Ar gusta Chroicle: Mr. Chairman, gentlemen of the Con vention and Fellow-Citizens :--For the eighth time in succession heav'.' I hal the proud gratiCication to reczive t!: nomination of the people of this dis trict for Congress. To say that I am grateful and proud of it would be- to tell the simple truth. To be chosen so often as representative from this his torical county,, to serye longer thai any other congressman in this State, a dis trict once represented by Calhoun and his distinguished successors, says a great deal either for me or for the peo ple of this distric...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 3 September 1890

S. A. NETTLES, Editor. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER I, 1890. Your Attention. We are cunducting TE M A TDr.s on stricj a cash basis. Ow or tico Iceekls bef're a subscription erpires, ice send a polite notoiica tion on a posta card, asking for a renewad. L case this request is not promptly compled with, ?^e infer the subscrier icishes vs to discouiunue sending him the paper, hich ice do. and seed him another postal card, politely tellin'j him we have stricken his namefrom ourmailing list. We hope we shall lose fete subscribers: but it is no pay, no paper. WILLIAMSBURG'S MUDDLE. Muddles and mistakes are, we sup pose, more numerous in politics this year than ever before in the history of the State. Williamsburg county now comes in for her share, and to our mind the executive committee of that county have stulified themselves. The case is this: Before the primary met the executive committee, in making the laws to govern the primary, pass ed among numerous other regulations the following: No votes ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 3 September 1890

THE MANNING TIMES S. A. NETTLES, END,% AND I 1P:toitETO-Ro. Terms: SI.enwrt.It 1l res. (' copy, one yea: $1. 0tne copy, simnths, 75 Cents n e e'pv. thre ' months, 50 cents. Al subcri'. tionsI payaleI in advancC. Ainr::ati a lTL. -One 1square, first in setion. $1 00t e ach subsequentinsertionl 0 ce-nt-. Obituaries and Tributes 0: spect chvrged for a. regular advertise Imevnt-. Lib ral contracts made for three OX and twelvet month Co\1tNI:-CrIOX- Ius-t lie accompanied b) t e real na-e nd addess of the writer it order to receive attetioil. No communi c1ion1 of a pr isonial character will be pub ihed except a.. as a dvertisement. For krther inftiratioln address S. A. NELTLES, Ianning, S. C. Wednesday, October 1, 1890. Your Name in IP'int. --Mr. B. H1. Harvin. of Oakland, left Mlondav for the South Caiolina College. - Miss Nettic Weinberg left yesterday for Sumter, to attend St. Josephs Academy. --Messrs. Ashbv McFaddin and Robt. Alderman left Vsterday for Furman Uni versitv. S--Irs. Ven...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 3 September 1890

CROOKED THINGS. THE CROOKED SHALL BE MADE STRAIGHT. Dr. Talmage', Discourx' at the .Academy of Music-A Series of Sermon,; on the Holy Land to be Deetred. Biooxr.y,. Sept. 21.-Preliinary to his sermon at the Academ. of Music in this city, ths forenoon, Rev. Dr. Tal mage announced that, until the new Brooklyn Tabernacle was completed. he would preach in the Brooklyn Acadcny ol Music, on Sunday mornings. ITe was glad to add that, by an nrranzenent made through The Christian Ierald. of New York city, he would be enabled to preach in the New York Academy of Musi'. on Fourteenth street. on Sunday evenings, begmniug with the eveuing of September :38th. He also announced that on next Sabbath morning, Septem ber 5Sth. he rould bezin a series of ser mons entitled: "My Recent Journey Through the Holy Laud and Neighbor ing Countries; What I Saw and Lean:ed." The subject of to-day's sermon was: "Crooked Things." Text, Isaiah x1. 4: "The crooked shall be made straight." Geometry, from the time it...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 10 September 1890

VOL. VI. MANNING, S. C., WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER WHAT THEY DID. A FULL ACCOUNT OF THE STRAIGHT OUT CONFERENCE. Four Hundred Delegates Present, all the Counties Except Three being Repre-ten t ed-EesolutoDS Recommending Har mony Adopted. COLrMBIA, S. C., August 26.-When Chancellor Johnson rapped the Straight out Conference to order at 8 45 to nighbthehall of Representatives was filled with conferees and the galiaries with ladies. The delegates from other counties and a small regiment from Richlani had poured in through the broad doorways for half an hour and were grouped compactly about, earnest discussing the situation. At the fall of the gravel there was a scattering to seats, and in a few min utes comparative silence was obtained. Chancellor Johnson, from the Speak er's stand, then spoke as follows: "This Conference Is assembled in accord ance with the resolution adopted at the July Conference, which was made condi tional upon the August Convention not adopting the primary plan for ma...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 10 September 1890

TH ANNhG TBESU 3Caimi23 32 &v . A. NETTLES. Editor. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEIBER 3,1890. Your Attention. We are corducting Tsz 3&ss TIMES on srictlay a cash basis. One or two weeks before -a abwi 4on espires, we send a polite notfC tio on a posal card, asking for a renewcal. In case tWs rquest is not promptly complied wiUk, 'we infer the subscriber wishes us to discontinue saning hin the paper, which we do. and send him another postal card, politely telling him we hae atriclehis W nefrom our nailing list. We hope we shall lose fewt subscribers; bt it is no .pay no paper. Don't sell your cotton at the pres ent price. Hold it for a few weeks Stillit gets back to ten cents or more. Each faction of the Democratic party in Fairfield county has again elected delegates to the State conven tion. Richiand and Georgetown counties have elected Anti-Tillman delegates. But then all the other counties that have held conventions so far have ifteind TiUman delegates. The vote '.inthe State conventi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 10 September 1890

THE MANNING TIMES. 'Pulisbed Ererly Wednesday. S, A. 'NETTLES, EnItor AND PRoPRtI-TOR Terms: Sasmyiosi'T RTES.-One copy, one year $1.5o; one copy, i monts, 5 cents fne copy, three month-', 50 cents. All iptions payable in advance. Ai 'vn1. irtmt ' R -, Onte square, first in sertion. $1 00t each sunbsequent insertion, 50 cent'. Ohituario, and Tributes of loejt ciargd for a., reguilar advertise mnt-:. Lberal contracts made for three, Six. atnd twelve mionths-.. P-steIo\s must be accompanied by the r-al na-ie and address of the writer in order to receive attention. No comnuni eation of a personal character will be pub ished except as an advertiseient. For ['irther inforination addiress S. A. NETTLES, Manning, S. C. Wednesday, September 3, 1896. Your Name in Print. Mr. E. M. Brown has accepted a posi ti-n with Mr. A. Weinberg. Mr. Ashby Bell. of the TDIEs force, is O a pleaSure visit in Sumter county. Mr. Willie Bagnal has accepted a situa tion with Mr. David Levi, at St. Paul. Mrs. D. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 10 September 1890

READ AND REED. SERMON ON THE POWER OF KIND NESS BY OR. TALMAGE. "Kind Words Never Die, Cherished and Blessed"-We Hear Much About the Bit ter Tongue and the Sarcastic Tongue but Little of the soft Tonaue. Ciscssa1,Q., Aug.:21.-Dr. Tal mage. who 1s in the city to-day discourses on a power which, if it had been used as extensively as Christ intended it to be used, would have saved the church and the world from infinite discord and sor row--the power of kindness. 1Ils text is "A soft tongue breaketh the bone." (Prov. xxv, 15). Following is his ser mon: When Solomon said this he drove a whole volume into one phrase. You. of course, will not b-e so silly as to take the words of the text in a literal sense. Thev simply mean to set forth the fact that there is a tremendous power in a kind word. Although it may seem to be very insignificant, its force is indescriable and illimitable. Pungent and all-conquering utterance: "A soft tongue breaketh the bone." If the weather were not so hot. and ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 17 September 1890

VO T Vi MANNING, S. C., WEINESILAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1890. NO. 39. A mP BLICAN'S W R ATI. SENATOR QUAY DENOUNCED BY A CONGRESSMAN. An Ohio Member of the House Vents ills Rage at the Defeat of the Force Bill and Pours Out the Vials of His Wrath Upon the Devoted Head of the Senate. AsuIxNGToN, September 3.-In the House to-day in the course of the de bate on the majority report in the Clay ton-Breckinridge confested election case from Arkansas, Robert Patterson Kennedy, Congressman from the 8th district of Ohio, made a tremendous sensation by a bitter attack on the Senate as a body for Its treatment of the force bill and a scathing personal denunciation of Senator Quay, as the chief instigator of the course of the Senate in that matter. Mr. Kennedy drew from the details of the clayton-Breckinridge case the conclusion that the Federal election law should be enacted. He made a fiery attack upon the Senators who have been opposed to the Lodge bill. For himself, confident in the doctrines of ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 17 September 1890

TEEMNIG TULEM, Mralnmwt g, S.C. S. A. NETTLES. Editor. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17,1890. Your Attention. We are conduetbag TE M&NING TmIs on strictly a cash basis. One or two ceeks before a subscription expires, we send a polite noti ca tion on a postal card, asking for a renewal. In case this requesf is not proinptly complied with, se infer the subsriber wishes vs to discontinue sending him the paper, which ice do. aul seul him another postal card, politely telling him we have striccen his namefrom otr mailing list. We hope we shall lose feo subscribers; but it is no pay, no paper. THE RI1 RULES. In the Florence congressional con vention last week a resolution was introduced condemning in very strong terms the action of Governor Rich ardson in appointing so few Tillman men as commissioners of. election, when this faction of the Democratic party is so largely in the majority, and also for having, contrary to the precedent heretofore established, ig nored the Democratic county chair ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 17 September 1890

THE MANNG TIMES. Published Ecery Wednesday. S, A. NETTLES, EDIToR AND 1ROPRIETOR. Terms: Senscpir.rnosI RrFs. One copy, one year 1.50t; one copy, six months, 75 cents one copy, three iopths, 50 cents. All subscriptions payable in advance. Ai>VnrIINo RATEs.-One square. first in sertion. $1 00; each subsequent insertion, 50 cents. Obituaries and Tributes of Respect charged for as regular advertise ments. Liberal contracts made for three, six, and twelve months. Co'MmswmICATioNs 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 f'irther information address S. A. NETTLES, Manning, S. C. Wednesday, September 17, 1890. Your Name in Print. Mr. E. C. Horton has accepted a clerk ship in the store of M. Levi. Miss Emma Rhodus, of Greeleyville, is visiting friends in Manning. - Mr. C. R. Harvin returned home last Thursday from his trip to the Springs. -May...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 17 September 1890

RELIGION FOR BUSYM A LESSON DRAWN FROM DANIEL IN THE LION'S DEN. Dr. Talmage Shows That the More Work You Have to Do the More Need You Have for Christ~anity-Ged and the Ballot Box. WACO, TEx.. Aug. 31.-Dr. Talm:ige to-day delivered the following discourse on the text: "Then the kin command ed, and they brought Daniel and cast him into the den of lions." Daniel vi, 16. Darms was king of Babylon. and the young man Daniel was so much a favor ite with him that he made him prime minister, or secretary of state. But no man could gain such a high position without exciting the envy and jealousy of the people. There were demagogues in Babyivn who were so appreciative of their own abilities that they were affron ted at the elevation of this young man. Old Babylon was afraid of young Baby lon. Tle taller the cedar, the more apt it is to be riven by the lightnIng. These demagogues asked the kiu to make a decree that anybody that made a petition to any one except the king with in thirty days sho...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 24 September 1890

VOL. VI. MANNING, S. C., WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1890. NO. 40. THE STATE CONVENTION, THE BODY NOMINATES A FULL TICK ET AND ADJOURNS. A Large Attendance and Much Public In terest-A Protest from the Richland Delegation-The Contests and haw they Were Settled. COImBIA. S. C., September 10.-The State Democratic Convention assem bled to-day in the House of Represen tatives. The assembling was done with a good deal of enthutSiasm, mutu al good will and even good humor. It was generally supposed when all had gathered that every possible element of discord had been eliminated by the agreement of compromise between the two executive committees. The galleries were crowded, there being present among th., spectators a large number of ladies. While the delegates came in and took their seats the splendid Capital Cit Band played sme lively airs and added to the spirit ,.nd animation of the occasion. At five minutes past 12 Chairman Hoyt and Chairman Irby ascended the platform. On Chairman Hoyt's l...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 24 September 1890

S. A. NETTLES. Editor. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER I7 1890. Your Attention. We are conducting Tu HF MANmNG TIMEs on strictly a cash basis. One or two weeks before a subscription expires, we send a polite notifica tion on a postal card, asking for a renewd. In case this request is not promptly complied with, see infer the subsariber wishes its to discontinue sending him the paper, which ce do. and senl Aim another postal card, politely telling him we have stricken his namefrom our mailing list. We Ape we shall lose feo subscribers; but it is no pay, no paper. THE RING RULES. In the Florence congressional con vention last week a resolution was introduced condemning in very strong terms the action of Governor Rich ardson in appointing so few Tillman men as commissioners of election, when this faction of the Democratic party is so largely in the majority, and also for having, contrary to the precedent heretofore established, ig nored the Democratic county chair men in making these appointments...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 24 September 1890

THE MANNING TIMES. Published Ecery Wednesday. S. A. NETTLES. EDiRo AND lPROPRIETOR. Terms: SenserTIr ThosRES. One copy, one year $1.50; one copy, six months, 75 cents one copy, three maoPths, 50 cents. All subscriptions payable in advance. AnvxrrIsIso RATEs.-One square, first in sertion. $1 00; each subsequent insertion, 50 cents. Obituaries and Tributes of Respect charged for as regular advertise Uents. Liberal contracts made for three, six, and twelve months. CoMMUNxCATxoNs must be accompanied by the real nanie 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, September 17,1890, Your Name in Print. - Mr. E. C. Horton has accepted a clerk ship in the store of M. Levi. - Miss Emma Rhodus, of Greeleyville, is visiting friends in Manning. - Mr. C. R. Harvin returned home last Thursday from his trip to the Springs. --Ma...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 24 September 1890

CELESTIAL SONGS. THE MUSIC OF THIS WORLD AND - "" HEAVEN. The "New Songay of Heaven Composed in Memory of the Cross, the Manger, the Thorns, the Crown and Eternal Glory. BROOKLYN, Sept. 7.-Dr. Talmage's sermon for to-day is a glowing descrip tion of the melodies of the Celestial land. His text was Rev. v. 9: "And they sang a new song." Following is the ser mon: Nearly all the cities of Europe and America have conservatories of music, and associations, whose object it is, by voice and instrument, to advance the art of sweet sounds. On Thursday nights, Exeter hall, of London, used to resound with the music of first-class performers, who gave their services gratuitously to the masses, who came in with free tick ets and huzzaed at the entertainment. At Berlin, at eleven o'clock daily, the military band, with sixty or one hundred instruments, discourses at the royal opera house for the people. On Easter Sun day, in Dresden, the boom of cannon and the ring of bells, bring multitudes to th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 1 October 1890

VOL. VI. MANNING, S. C., WEI)NESDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1890. NO. 41. PLAYING AT POilTIcs. THE FARCE OF A REPUBLICAN STATE CONVENTION. Federal Offee-holders in South Carolina Try to Keep the Nexroes Quiet by Iun ning the Party Machinery, Although it' has Nothing to Grind. COLUMBIA. S. C., September 17.-For twelve hours to-dwy, from 9 A. M. to 9 P. M. the Republican State Executive Committeo cooped up in the Colored Odd Fellows' Hall, struggled and pers pired over the numerous contests upon the determination of which depended the political fate of Chairman Brayton. Very little leaked out of the sealed doors as to the result, but it was report edthatBrayton,havinga majority of the committee, would have enough of his contesting delegations seated to ensure him the preliminary organization, and therefore the victory. At 6 P. M. it was announced that the committee would agree at about 8. 1. M. and the Convention would meet in the House of Representatives at that hour, but when the city clock ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 1 October 1890

THE MANNING TIME. rainiig, S. c S. A. NETTLES, Editor. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1890. Your Attention. We are ronducting THE MANING TIMES o. strictly a cash basis. One or two weks before a subscription expires, ce send a polite notifict tion on a postal card, asking for a renewal. I case this request is not prompty complied wcith, oe infer the subs.ri-ber wishes us to discontinu4 seiding him the paper, which we do. and sena him another postal card, politely teling him icr have stridcen his nramefrom our niling list. M hope we shal losefet subscribers; but it is ne pay, no paper. STAND TO THE HELIM. The political cauldron of bitterness continues to simmer in some parts of the State, and a continuation of all sorts of threats fill the political atmos phere. The people of South Caroli na have for a long time allowed the threats of a certain class of politicians to keep them from asserting them selves and throwing from power those whom they desired to displace, but this year the people c...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 1 October 1890

THE MANNING TIMES. Pdsh61'ed Es ery Wedlesday. S. A. NETTLES, EzarroR AND 1oPOPnRrOR. Terms: Sc'enivrIOs RrATES.- - opy, one year .$1.)o; on,. copy, six months, 75 cents one copy, three woaths, 50 ce-its. All subscriptions payab'e in a'vance. ADIVELTIsING RATE.-Onle sq1uare, first in .. rtion. $1 00- each subsequent insertion, 50 cents. Obituaries and Tributes of Ltes'pet charged for as regular advertise ients. Liberal contracts made for three, six, and twelve months. CotssricVArOixs must be accompanied by the real name and address of the writer in orde*r to receive attention. No communi cation of . personal character will be pub ished except as an advertisement. For firther information address S. A. NETTLES, Manning, S. C. Wednesday, September 24, 1890. Your Name in Print. -Sheriff E. C. Caraon, of Sumter, was in town to-day. -Miss Mary Scott, of Marion, is visiting Miss Lucie Barron. -Capt. D. J. Bradham is much improved, but is-not well yet. -Miss Frank Hodge leaves this week for...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 1 October 1890

THE WINGS OF LOVE. AN INTERESTING SERMON FROM THE EMINENT BROOKLYN DIVINE. The Lord Likened to an Eagle-The Iar velous Power and Speed of Winged Things-The Broad Wings of Universal Love. BRoOKLY.N. Sapt. 14.--Dr. Talmage's text to-day was the words: "The Lord God of Israel, under whose wiIn:S thou art come to trust."-Rutai 2. xii: The following is his serman: Scene: An Oriental harvest-field. Grain standing. Grain in swaths. Grain in sheaves. At the side of the field, a white tent in which to take the nooning. jars of vinegar or of sour wine to quench the thirst of the hot working-people. Swarthy men triking their sickles into the rustling barley. Others twisting the bands lor the sheaves, putting one end of the band under the arm, and with the free arm and foot collecting the sheaf. Sunburned women picking up the stray straws and bringing them to the binders. Boaz, a fine-looking Oriental, gray bearded and Lright-faced, the owner of the field, looking on, and estimating the value o...

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