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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 8 October 1890

XOL V. NMANNING, S. C., WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1890. NO. 43. TILE FARMERS' COLLE(;. PLAN OF THE WORK TO BE DONE AT FORT HILL. Chairman Simpson, of the Board o' Trus tees, and President Strode Gives Inter esting Account of the Work that :as been Done at the Clemson Colileze. FORT HILL, S. C.. 6opt. 29.-In a generally <h-scriptive and somewhat hastily prepared article of the 27th in stant I endeavored to give the readers of the News and Courier sonie account of the work that has bent-i done and is still to be accomplished at Fort i. 1; Inasmuch as the Clemson College, by! reason of its own inherent importance and that which political agitation has'i given it, now occupies a very promi nent place among the education:d insti tutions of the State, it may. be well to give an idea of the erection and prac tical operations of the College. t WHAT HAS BEEN DONE. As has heretofore been stated, the contractors have laid the loundations of three buildings, the chemical labor atory, the preside...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 8 October 1890

S. A. NETTLES. Editor. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1890. Your Attention. We are enducting TIE MANNING TiMEs ou strictly a cash basis. One or ico iceeks before a sscrition expires, zee send a polite notia tion on a postdal cand, asking for a renewal. In case this request is not promptly onaplied with, we infer the subs.riber rishes us to discontinue sending him the paper, zchich iwe do, al seml him another postal card, politely telli1; 11u lor have stricken his namefrom oumliw; list. We hope ae shall lose fet subscribers; bd i is no pay, no paper. HASKELLIS3I. On our first page will be found Haskell's manifesto, and on this page will be found proceedings of the in dependents in Horry and Marion, al-. so a call issued by a conference held last Monday in Columbia. We have heretofore in full and in no unmistak able language expressed our views on such a movement, and this week we simply publish short interviews from several distinguished gentlemen of the State, each of whom was an Anti but a ...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 8 October 1890

THE MANNING TIMES. Publi-shel -Ecery W1ednesday. S. A. NETTLES, EiwrOR AND 1oPitIETOR. Terms: SrsScnairTios RLIrEs. On, copy, one year $1.50; one copy, six montbs, 75 cents one copy, three miioniths, 50 cents. All subscriptions payable in advance. AovURTisix R ATE.- One square, first in Sertion. *1 00; each subsequent insertion, 40 cents. Obituaries and Tributes of 1 ltespect charged for as regular advertise ments. Liberal contracts made for three, Six, and twelve months. Coarrxem~oss must le accompanied by the real na-ue and address of the writer in order to receive attention. No. communi cation of a personal character will be pub ishevd except as an advertisement. For further information address S. A. NETTLES, Manning, S. C. Wednesday, October 8, 1890. Yir Name in Print. --r. R. J. Bradham is visiting relatives in Timmonsville. - Mr. W. C. Davis is reading law in Mr. Rhame's law office. -J. D. Alsbrook, Esq., of Greens, spent I a few days in town the past week. -Mis Daisy Bagnal h...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 8 October 1890

A POLITICAL MANIFESTO. JUDGE A. C. HASKELL DEFINES HIS DEMOCRACY. He Gives His IReasous Why lie Uanuot Vote for Captain Tillman and Why he Thinks the Straightout pemtioerats Should Nominate a Ticket. COLUmBIA, S.C., October 2.-The foL lowing letter was published in the News and Courier of last Tuesday: To the Editor of the News and Cou- i rier: Since the nomination of Mr. B. R. Tillman by the political body which assembled on the 10th instant at the State House under the title of the State Democratic Convention, my name has been somewhat freely, though generally with courtesy, handled by the press in connection with the office of Governor and opposition to the Tillman party. I have received letters from mnifc whose patriotic motives commanded my re spect and I have had the assistance of nearly a column of deprecatory editorial advice by the Atlanta Constitution. Difficult as it has been to refrain.from answering the letters of my friends. I have kept silent for the reason that, havi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 15 October 1890

vol IvI MANNING, S. C., WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1890. NO. 44. A TEIRIi1C" EXPLOSION. .DESTRUCTiON OF THE DUPONT MiLLS !N DELAWARE. he Bigget Powder Factory in the Uni ted States-Six 3I1l1s and Fifty Dwell ings Destroyed--A )ozen or More Work Men Killed and 3Many Injured. WIL1N roN. DEL., October 7.-The office and six m:lls of the Dupont Pow der Works, neztr here are in ruins. Fifty or inore 'iousies of workmen at the "upper y -.rd" are wrecked. A dozen :perhaps mor , xorkmen are dead, aid a score or more others are injurcd, as a result of a series of powder explosions -at ).30 this afternoon. The Dupont works which are well known throughout the country, are the largest powder mills in the United States. The mills extended along the banks of the Brandywine. chiefly on the 'west side, for about two miles. They are divided into "upper," "Hagley" and -lower" yards. The first named, where the .tlice of the company is lo cated, is aboit three miles, and the last named abour. five miles fro...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 15 October 1890

TE MANNING TIMES. Mda33 i3 -, S- C S. A. NETTLES, Editor. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 15,1890. OUR STANDARD BEARERS. Fhr Governor--B. . Tillman, of Edgefield. }br Lieutenant Govenor-E. B. Gary, ol Abbeville. Fr Attorney Generad-Y. J. Pope, of New berry. For Secrutary cf Sttde-J. E. Tindal, oi Clarendon. Fhr (bmptroler General-W. H. Ellerbe, o Marin., - br Superintendent of FAucaion-W. D Xayfield, of Greenville. A. State Treasurer-W. C. T. Bates, o Orangeburg. or Adjedant and Ipector Generd-Hugt L. Parley. of Spartanburg. br State &nator-Louis H. DesChamps. For Representatives-J. M. Richardson, l X. Woods. ibr Sdool Cbmmissioner-L. Motte Ragin. br Probate Judge-Louis Appelt. For (Unty CAmnssioners -Lois T. Fis cher. W.H. H. Hobbs, T. Adams Way. A. hdependent has nobeginng. no rnd. HI SMUbTB A RADICAL. There is no half way grow.-Speech of Senator M. 0. But 1er, October.31, 1878. ISi ELLISM IN CLARENDON. Haskellisrm doesn't thrive in :Itodon. Very few men of any prominence have sc far taken...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 15 October 1890

THE MANNING TIMES abued Ecery Wenesday. S, A. NETTLES, 11>1roP. AND PROPRIETOR. Terms: snrixO RATES.- one copy, one yea *1.50t one copyv, six months, 73 cents oe copy, three mdonths, 5,0 cents. Al subscriptions payable in advance. AnvFrIsxIN, RArs.- -One squarn. first in sertion. $1 0t; each subsequentinsertion 10 cents. Obituaries and Tributes o: Ispect charged for as regular advertise mients. Liberal contracts made for three six, and twelve months. COMNrCsToxs must be aceomipanied b3 the real na-ine and address of the writer it orler 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, October 15, 1890. Your Name in Print. --Mrs. Geo. H. Huggins is visiting rela tives in Chester. - Dr. W. E. Brown has nearly recovered frotu a recent severe attack of rheumatism. -Messrs. W. E. Burgess and Eugene In gram, of Sumter, spent Sunday in Man ning - -Maj. S...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 15 October 1890

lASKELIS CONVENTION. I OlD EXACTLY WHAT IT WAS CALL ED TO DO Twenty Counties Represented-No Debate Allowed-A Full State Ticket Nomi nated-A Full List of the Delegates from Each County. COLU3IBIA, S. C., October 9.-In the presence of an immense assemblage of ,prominent citizens and cheered by the ,approving smiles and plaudits of hun dreds of fair women the Straightout Democratic Convention to-night for mally declared that the union hereto fore existing between themselves and the Tillman majority under the name and style of the Democratic party of South Carolina should be thencefor ward dissolved. The Convention was a gathering notable in numbers and character and it acted with a unanimi tydetermination and enthusiasm which gives evidence ot the large importance and serious meaning of the movement, which it inaugurated. All day the del egates had been gathering and the hotel lobbies teemed with delegates and citizens. The Convention was to have assem bled at 8 o'clock, but the delega...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 22 October 1890

V -4 VOL. V1. MANNING, S. C, WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 22, 1890. NO. 45 IHEY WANT HASKELL. THE COLORED CONVENT!ON EN DORSES JUDGE HASKELL. A. Object Lesson for White Men-Sote -Jitbursts of Eloquence that Ought to "etroy the Lrnt Vital Spark of the Ha% kel: Movement. 0oLttlAuM, S. C., Oct. 15.-The Col ure( Reform Conference met in the Ha, of Representatives to-day at one 1)'cl k. There were just twenty-two ..iehates present, but the number was ines e:ased by degrees to about sixty, of whonm Richland County furnished the m'iority. The Rev. J. J. Durham of tered a prayer in which he asked that characterize the deliberation of the Con;ference, so tbat they migh t result in tcod to all the. people. The call for the Conference. signed by Prof. Morris xna others, was read by the secretary, -ind on motion of R. H. Jenkins, of BIeixely. it w as unanimously adopted. J:f. J. W- Morris was elected tempo inry chairman and Prof. J. H. Jamison was elected temporary secretary. The credentials t'f the deleg...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 22 October 1890

XEEMNIG TIKZS8 . A. NETTLES. Editor. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 22.1890. OUR STANDAID BEARERS. Jbr Gowror-B. R. Tillman, of Edgefield. Fbr Lieutenant Governor-E. B. Gary, of Abbeville. b -Pr Attonej Generl-Y. J. Pope, of New berry. er cretary of Stie-J. E. Tindal, of aVarendon. Jibr ComptrolelGenra-W. H. Ellerbe, of 3ibr Sqerintendent of F.ucation-W. D. yfeld, of Greenville. C1sfr State 7wurer-W. C. T. Bates, of Jr Adjutant and Inspctor Generml-Hugh areof Spartanburg. Jibr COngress, S&zt District-E. T. Stack r ate &Seator-Louis H DesChamps For epresentatics-J. M. Richardson, L . WOO& SJibr dtool Cowisoner-L. Motte Ragin. For Probate Judge-Louis Appelt. For ( nnmissioners-Louis T. Fis -ber W. H. Hobbs, T. Adams Way. RALY TO THE POLLS! During the campaign last summer lbe clubs showed unbounded enthusi in getting Tillman nominated for governor. Now it is due to them and io bm that even greater enthusiasm .shaU be exhibited in getting him elected. Let us rally to a man, and give the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 22 October 1890

THE MAMING TMES. Pablihsed Ecery Wednesday. Wednesday, October 22, 1890. [For The Manning Times.] Prizes and Honorable Mention of the Pinewood Agricultural Club. PIKEWOOD, Oct. 9.-Xr. Editor: As you could not publish the report as I first wrote it, I will try again. The in tention of the Pinewood Agricultural Club is to bring about a more social feeling among neighbors, and to try to make one acre make as much as two, and to cause other clubs to be formed in this or other counties. This club has three meetings a year: one in February for the reception of mem bers; another in July to appoint a day of inspection of crops and to appoint judges; and a third in August to in spect, &c. They plant prize acres of corn and cotton for which they give prizes. They also give a prize for the best potatoes, and they have honora ble mention for the best crop, the best kept place, work stock, &c. This club met this year for inspec tion of crops on the 5th of August. As I had been informed t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 22 October 1890

MANING TMES. Published Ever;? Wednesday. i S, A. NETTLES, 1DIrron AND PROPrIniTOR. Terms: f EtLscrrrroz R.mrs.-- onc copy, one year $1.50; one copy, six months, 75 cents S one copy, three months, 50 cents. All a subscriptions payable in advance. ,DvEnTisiNG RATES.-One square. first in- i sertion. $1 00; each subsequent insertion, c 50 cents. Obituaries and Tributes of Res-pect charged for as regular advertise- a ments. Liberal contracts made for three, Six, and twelve months. Cowarvsremoss5 must be accompanied by the real na-ne and address of the writer in oraer to receive attention. No communi cation of a personal character will be pub ished except as an advertisement. b For fnrther information address i S. A. NETTLES, Manning. S. C. t Wednesday, October 22, 1890. Your Name in Print. J -Mr. Ferdlinand Levi, of Sumter, spent Sunday in Manning. . -Miss Emma Colclough is visiting her uncle, Dr. S. C. C. Riebardson. C -Mr. George Rowe, of Savannah, is in Jaanning on a visit to his pare...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 22 October 1890

ALL THE DETAILS. THE FULL STORY OFTHE CAPTURE AND KiLLING OF BURROWS. The Exact Facts from Beginuing to End Related by MXr. McDuftie an Detective Jackson-Truth Stranger tU::n iIction The Body Indentified. DEMoPoLis. -ALA.. Oct. l.-Al th-ough the excitement over the Bur rows traaedy has in a me.-inte subsided, the people of this city and county can talk or think of nothing else. The sen sational finale of the outlaw's life. the ringing down of the curtain, is now an event of yesterday, however, and wii soon be tradition merely. Yesterday all Demopolis quit business to discuss the tragic event; today they are up and about as usual and discussing yesterday' occurrence only casually. Amidst the turmoil and confusion yes terday, much garbling was done La giv ing out- the accounts, and necessarily some of this disjointed work Is more or less visible in every paper. The story of the capture of Burrows on Tuesday evening, you are all famliar with. On the arrival of McDuffie and Burrows at L...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 22 October 1890

THE SUB-TREASURY. AN UNBIASED ANALYSIS OF THE BILL By a Succesfn1 Business Man Who Is a Financial Authority-A Strong Docu ment Upon an Important Subject. The effort to blittle the subtreasury plan pre sented by the F..rmers' Alliance has failed. No nie.-ure ha, in years contianled so much atten tion in thi tate. In spite of the denunciation of those wih, pronounce it undemocratic class legis lation, wild, i:ipracticable, revolutionary and cal culated it passed to debase the currency, and the ridiculeo those who declare they want no inmoney based on "*-unpkins and corn shucks," it has won the support 01 the fariners to a remarkable de gree. Neither denuniciLtion nor ridicule has weaki ned its sulrters. No mere absurd and ill-titued prov,-i, i cot0d make such he!.td way. Tne ncery reclption of this measure e in a high degree that the con ditions surrounding the Iarming class <emand itnprovemneit. But we.have nolnted for evidence on this subject. ENILS OF CONTRACTION. That the bu-in...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 29 October 1890

VOL. VI. MANNING, S. C., WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1890. NO. 46. BIBLE LANDS IN WINTER. THE FOURTH SERMON OF DR. TAL MAGE'S ITINERARY SERIES. The Brook of Cherith, the Good Samari tain, the Ran's Horns of Jericho, and Ma: y Other Inspiring Scones and Themes--The Fountain of Elisha. BROOKLYN, Oct. 19.-The widespread and absorbing interest in Dr. Tal mage's course of sermons on the Holy Land and adjoining countries is de monstrated by the thousands who are turned away from the doors of the Brooklyn Academy of Music on Sun day mornings, and The Christian Her ald services in the New York Academy of Music on Sunday evenings, unable to gain even standing room in those immense auditoriums. To-day the fourth sermon of the series was preach ed as before, in this city in the morn ing and in New York at night. Hav ing announced as his text Luke x, 30: "A certain man went down from Jerusalem to Jericho," Dr. Talmage said: it Is the morning of December 5 in Jerusalem, and we take stirrups for the r...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 29 October 1890

THE IANNmhT TIME. Ma6MO 133g, 0- 40. S. A. NETTLES, Editor. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 29,1890. OUR STANIDARD BEARERS. Fbr Governor-B. R. Tillman, of Edgefield. For ieutenant Goternor-E. B. Gary, of Abbevine. For Attorney General-Y. J. Pope, of New ber. Sair Sacretary of State-J. E. Tindal, of Clarendon. Fbr nbmptroAer General-W. E. Ellerbe, of Marion. r rintendent of Flucation--W. D. Maytield, of Greenville. }or State 7easwur-W. C. T. Bates, of Orangeburg. fior Adjtat and Inspector General-Hugh L. Farley, of Spartanburg. For Cbagress, Sxth District-E. T. Stack house. For State Saator-Louis H. DesChamPs. For Bepresentatimes-J. M. Richardson, L . Woods. For Mdood anissioner-L. Motte Ragin. For Prbate Judge-Louis AppelL For Cbtty dmamissioners-O1 T. Fs cher. W. H. H. Hobbs, T. Adams Way. THE CAMPAIGN LIAR. Just before the county convention last summer we warned the people to beware the campaign liar, and now we doubly warn them to beware this contemptible character. Last week it was rumored o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 29 October 1890

MANNIG TIIES i 7ed Ec.ery Wednesday. day, October 29, 1890. SKELL -MADE A MISTAKE. flmptons Opinion ou the Ind( pendent Movement. CoLrmA, S. C., Oct. 23, 1890. J. L. M.. Irby-My Dear Sii I wrote a personal note to yo tly my intention was to remai until I could give my views t more fully than was then don( since my return home so man ds have asked of me an expre of opinion on the condition < cal affairs that I gave a bri< ent to the press a few day This, perhaps, renders it ui y for me to address you agaii as various communications an ons to speak at public meel have reached me I take thJ of making my views know who have done me the honc Ior them. ther reason that induces me t this course is the fact that m n regarding political mattei and my conduct have been gros presented in some quarter: I desire that my fellow-citizer be fully iaformed as to both, s they may judge aright. en my old constituents of th: who had so ofter. trusted an ed me in the past, invited me t them in Jun...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 29 October 1890

THE LANNING TIXES. Pu&lid~xd Every Whednesday. S, A. NETTLES, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. el Terms: S4 SU ncr osTI R.TEs.-Onc copy, one year $1.50; one copy, six months, 75 cents s) one copy, three months, 50 cents. All Y4 subscriptions payable in advance. ADvEnTisiNo R.ATE.-One square, first in- fe sertion, $1 00; each sasequentinsertion, te 50 cents. Obituaries and Tributes of tE Respect charged for as regular advertise ments. Liberal contracts made for three, hi six, and twelve months. si Co-Atsvic&TioNs must be accompanied by is the real na-ne and address of the writer in order to receive attention. No communi catioU of a personal character will be pub ished except as an advertisement. h< For firther information address S. A. NETTLES, U Manning, S. C. --- n Wednesday, October 29, 1890. ' Your Name in Print. -.Miss Bettie Scott left Monday on a visit to friends in Darlington. -Capt. D. J. Bradham is up again, and 31 attending to his official duties. 2V --Dr. S. C. C. Richar...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 29 October 1890

SOME PLAIN FACTS. THE PEECH OF GOVERNOR HILL IN MCKINLEY'S DISTRICT. A Pitiless Exposure of the Record of the Majority in Congresu-The Monstrous Provisions of the McKinley Tariff Tsed Against its Author. CAXTON, Omo, October 21.-Gover nor David B. Hill arrived here at 5.3 to-day. He was met at the station, a few miles below the city, by a reception i ittee. A large throng greeted his appearance as be alighted from the train. He went immediately to Dis trict Attorney Welly's house, whose guest he will be until to-morrow. wher he leaves to speak at Wooster, in thi Congressional district. A torchlight parade of Democratic clubs took place to-night, about 1,50( being in line. An old skating rink accommodating 2,000 people, in whici a mass meeting was held to-night anc which the Governor addressed, wa Olled to overflowing. When Governor Hill was introduce - by Chairman Welly he was vigorousli applauded as he stepped to the front o: the stage. He said: An important political campaign il t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 5 November 1890

VOL. VI. MANNING, S. C., WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1890. NO. 47. D1':AD) SEA AND) JORDiN. DR. TALMAGE'S FIFTH SERMON ON HIS TOUR IN THE HOLY LAND. Topography of the Dead Sea RI-:0on. Pompeii aud the Volcano-The Lowest Lake in the World-Evidences of God's Wrath. UIZOOKLYN , Oct. 26.-Dr. Tinage preached the lifth sermon of the series ou his tour in the IIoly Land in the Acadeyiv of Music in ihis city this morning. This evening at Tne Chris tain Herald service in the Acwiemy of Music. New York, the sermon was re peated before an audience which filled the va.st building in every part. Dr. Talmage announed as his text, Ps civ, 32: "Ile tucheth the hills an d they smoke." le said Il)avid the poet here pictures a vol cano, and what Church's Cotopaxi does on painter's canvas this author does in words. You see a hill, calm and still and for ages immovable, but the Lord out of the heavens puts his finger on the top of it. and from it rise thick vapors intershot with fire. "He touch eth the hills...

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