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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 5 November 1890

THE MANNIG TMEs. ramnn-ing, S. C. S. A. NETTLES, Editor. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 5,1890. DEMOCRACY TRIUMPHANT. It gives us this week unbounded pleasure to announce that Democracy is triumphant, and that South Caroli nians are not so forgetful and de bauched as to so soon forget the ter rible days of Radical misrule. South Carolina detests independ entism, whether emanating from the poor and uninfluential as heretofore, or from the rich and aristocratic as in 1890. It's all of the same stamp, and to quote the words of Butler, Hamp -ton, and Haskell, "independentism is worse than Radicalism," and must be trampled under foot. We congratulate the regular Demo crats of this county on our grand sue aemn. We have worked hard: let us enjoy our honors as true and brave men. Our opponents are our friends and neighbors: let us, while unable ever to obliterate the scars, bear them no ill feeling, and let us as brave and hon orable men endeavor to do all in our power to once again get our friends ba...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 5 November 1890

THE 11M.IING TES. WEDNESDAY, Novenb 5, 1890. Your Name in Print. --Mr. R. S. Conoor was able to be out at the pollS yestierday. ---Mrs. M. C. (hark and chihlr-!n, of Sum ter, are m Menning, vLiti:g relatives. --Dr. A. N. Tallev. of Columbia, spent last night. in aaning on a professional visit. --Mr. Joseph Sprott. Jr., cashier of the lank of Manning. left Monday morning for R-ed SIrinqgs. N. C.. where he was narried to Mi.s Josie MeLtain to-day. M. La-i has just received a car load of fine flour which he offers at Charleston prices. Special attention is called to the inagnifi cent line of ladies' dress goods at Moses Levi's. 0 If you want a pair of good shoes Levi has t them. M. Kalisky has in stock a sapply of very d handsome parlor lamps, which he will sell C cheap. e Tilhnan has carried all but two or three counties in the State. Mr. M. Levi has recently had the roof of his mansion overhauled. Intendant Bradlhatu put on an extra po liee force yesterday to prevent any breach of 1 ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 5 November 1890

BANDED FOR BLOOD SHiE-D. an fo A HORRIBLE ORGANIZATION THAT th cl, HAS TAKEN ROOT HERE. W1 Murder its Purposo and Cardiinal Prin- in T] ciple-Its Awful Power at Hiome--Somo w Facts of its origin. Composition and Methods-How it Has Worked in this th re County. The Cincinnati Enquirer of Sunday hz last gives the followiiig interesting 01 sketch of the dread Mafia organization, T1 to which the assassination of Sauerm- o tendent Hennessy is attributed : f. The La Mafia is a secret organization . composed almost entirely of Sicilians, ix and was founded by an Italian cut throat named Mafia at Palermo a hun dred years ago. The members are for the most part criminals and counter feiters. and hesitate at no atrocity. The inhuman cruelty of some of the Mafia agents is almost beyond human I credence. and savors of the brutal bar barity of the middle ages. Vincenzo L Arditi ourned a victim's house in New Orleans, hoping to burn the owner , the same time. Ile was sent to the' penitentiary, orga...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 12 November 1890

Vi MANNING, S. C., WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1890. NO. 48. SOJ*LOY10S GARDENS. DR. TALMAGE CONTINUES HIS SKET CHES OF THE HOLY LAND. Continued interest in the Lecture- at the Tabernacle and the Addresses Delivered Under the Auspices of The Christian Herald-The Resurrection. BROOKLYN. Nov. 2.-Dr. Talmage preached the sixth sermon on his tour in Palestine to-day. To-day's sermon was on the gardens and public works of Israel's magniticent kimg, and the text Ecclestastes ii. 4-;: "1 made me great works. I builded me houses, I planted me vineyards, I made me gar dens and orchards, and planted trees in them of all kinds of fruits; I made mne pools of water to water therewith the wood that bringeth forth trees." Dr. Talmage said : A spring morning and breakfast at Jerusalem. A king with robes snowy white in chariot decked with gold, drawn by eight horses, high mettled, and housings as brilliant as if scollop ed out of that very sunrise, and like the winds for speed, followed by a regi ment o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 12 November 1890

THE MANNING TIMES. Manninag, S. C. S. A. NETTLES, Editor. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 12,1890. POLITICAL NOTES. Democracy has won, of course. No one not blinded by the passion of hate and prej udice and love of office ever really expected any other result. The attempt at fusion be tween Republicans and disaffected Demo crats, in which the Republicans were to be but tools for men who were attempting to play false by claiming still to be Democrats while catering to the Republicans, was too childlike for any real sensible man, white or colored, to be caught. History cannot fur nish an instance where elements so radically hostile ever amalgamated by such a process. The policy of the Haskellites was weak. They should have left the Democratic party boldly, and openly joined hands with the negroes: then they might have secured suc cess. But to attempt to stay in the Demo cratic party, claiming to be Democrats, and yet gain the Republican (negro) vote was more than even the negro could stomach. Has...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 12 November 1890

THE MANNI TIME WEDNESDAY, November 12,1890. Your Name in Prrud. -Little Eddie, son of Mr. E. Conver: Horton, is quite sick with fever. -Misses Lou Huggins and Callie McFad din are visiting in lichland county. -Mrs. Susan E. Colclough, of Sumtei county, is visiting her urother, Dr. S. C. C Richardson. -Mr. S. J. Bowman has accepted a posi tion in the county treasurer's office, to as sist in the collection of taxes. -Mr. A. Nachman. one of Darlington's most progressive business men, spent lasi night with his nephew, Mr. A. Weinberg. The State Fair is in progress in Columbia this week. It is said to be the best for years. Ben Tillman is there. Wood for sale. Call on Lowry & Thames. The attention of the members of St Peter's Lodge is called to the important ma. sonic notice in another column. ' Just received a choice lot of Tennessee hams at Johnson's. Clarendon will be well represented at the State Fair. A large crowd boarded the train at this depot this morning. M. Levi has just r...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 12 November 1890

THE CROOKhD CENSUS. I NCREASING SUSPICION THAT IT IS FRAUDULENT. Extraordinary Inaccuracies in All Parts of the Countrv-A Scandalous State of Things in the Census Office--Will it be Investigated. The glaring inaccuracies in the Re publican census are attracting the at tention of the entire country. If there were a Democratic Ihouse of Representatives now a searching in vestigation of the whole business would be certain as soon as Congress reassem bles. But if a gigantic fraud has been attempted, the whole power of the Re publican party will be exerted to cover it up. The population of 45 of the States and Territories has thus far been an nounced, and it is already apparent that the total population of the country wil be given out from 2,000,000 to 3,000,tkK less than what it really is. There has been a failure in the ma jority of the States to ascertain thi real number of people living there, and the failure is detected in Republicar States as well as in Democratic States but the ne...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 19 November 1890

7 e-, ~-HC L.V1 ANiNG S. (. WED-NS)Y NOEBR- 1890 NO 49. 1)11. T A A GFS J0t 1NEY. WONDEf.FUL ITINERARY OF CHRIST'S WALK TO NAZARETH. Bethel aud the Sea of Galliee-Farewell to the lilstoric Mountains Arocud Jeru salem....wfr.1 Tragedies of the Olden Times. BRoOKLYX, Nov. 9.-To-day Dr. Tal mage preached the seventh of his course of sermons on his recent tour in Pales tine. The following is the sermon from the text. "So I lifted up mine eyes the way toward the north" (Ezekiel viii, 5:) At 1 o'clock on a December after noon through Damascus gate we are passing out of Jerusalem for a journey northward. Ho ! for Bethel, with its stairs, the botton step of which was a stone pillow; and Jacob's well, with its immortal colloquy; and Nazareth, with Its divine boy in his father's carpenter shop, and the most glorious lake that ever rippled or 11ashed Blue Galliee, sweet Galliee, The lake where Jesus loved to be; and Damascus, with its crooked street called Straight. andl a hundred places charg...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 19 November 1890

THE ANNING TIMES. Mining, S. C. S. A. NETTLES, Editor. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1890. Crowded Out. For the past few weeks it has just been impossible to get out a supplement, and it was equally impossible to get in all the matter we wished. This week all editorial matter is crowded out, as well as several communications. Among these communications is one from Mr. J. M. Welch, of Fulton, on the Pine wood election, which will appear next week. Mr. J. P. Mitchum, of Jordan, who two weeks ago attempted to commit suicide by shooting himself in the head with a pistol, is greatly improved and the doctors now think he may recover. He expects to be able in a few days to attend to his regular business. A Private Note. Our rule is to promptly cut off a subscrib er's name if he does not promptly renew, but on account of a pressure of politics for the past few weeks we have been regligent of this duty, and several subscriptions have been allowed to run over a few weeks. We have got down to busine...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 19 November 1890

THE MANNING TIMES WEDNESDAY, November 19,1890. Your Name in Print. --Ir. J. P. Hoffman, of this place, ha gone to Elloree, where he will spend a fem weeks. --Mr. Aaron Weinberg left Monday fo Charleston, where he has carried his littl son Julian for medical treatment. The State Legislature assembles nex Tuesday. There will be no preaching in the Presby ierian church next Sunday. Rev. R. W. Barber will preach his las sermon for the present conference year nex Sunday. Mr. R. C. Richardson took second priz< last week at the State Fair, on his stallion )Xillie Burke. Religious services will be held in th< Presbyterian church, Thursday morning NoV. 26th, Thanksgiving Day. John Reid, one ot the largest and mos reliable merchants of Sumter, makes an im portant announcement this week. Col. Joseph H. Earle was presented witl a fine gold headed cane last Friday in Col umbia by an admirer from Fairfield. The President has appointed Thursday November 27th, for Thanksgiving Day. We certain...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 19 November 1890

A GRAND VICTORY. NOT ONLY IN SOUTH CAROLINA BUT ALL OVER THE UNION. The Democrats Have Captured the House of Representatives by a Maijority of Over One Hundred and Made Large Gains in the Senate. The election last week was a regular Waterloo to Independents and Repub icans all over the country. Tillman's majority in this State is between fifty and sixty thousand. Has kell only carried-three counties, Sumter, Beaufort and Berkeley, all the others went by handsome majorities for the regiilar Democratic ticket. All the Democratic nominees for Con gress in this State have been elected. There was some doubt about Col. El liott's election, but the fact that a great many of the Miller ticket will be thrown dut on account of their size and color, will give Elliott a handsome majority. In the Congressional elections all over the North, East and West the Re publican party has met with a most signal defeat. Besides, the Democrats have-the State officers in a number of heretofore strong Republi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 26 November 1890

VOL. V1. MANNING, S. C. WEI)NESDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1890. No. 50. AMONG TILE BEDOUINS. DR. TALMAGE PREACHES HIS EIGHTH SERMON ON PALESTINE. Night After Night In a Tent In Pales tine-A Famous Well In History. from Which Some Well-Timed Les-&ons Are Drawn. BRooxLYN. Nov. 16.-The following is Dr. Talmage's Eighth Sermon on his visit to Palestine. Iis subject was "Among the Bedouins," and his text, Numbers x.31: "Forasmuch as thou knowest how we are to encamp in the wilderness." Night after night we have slept in tent in Palestine. There are large vil lages of Bedouins without a house, and for three thousand years the people of those places have lived in black tents, made out of dyed skins, and when the winds and storms wore out and tore loose those coverings, others of the same kind took their places. Noah lived in a tent. Abraham in a tent, Jacob pitched his tent on the moun tain. Isaac pitched his tent in the valley. Lot pitched his tert toward Sodom. In a tent the woman Jael nailed...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 26 November 1890

c S. A. NETTLES, Editor. t WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 26,1890. THE LEULATURE. The Legislature met yesterday at r 12 o'clock and was duly organized. CoL j. L. M. Irby was elected speak er of the House; Gen. Gray, of Green ville, clerk; W. H. Stansill, of Barn well, sergeat at arms; and J. C. Wil borne, of York, reading clerk. In the Senate Dr. Samson Pope, of Ncwber ry, was elected clerk. No one except those in full sympathy with the re- at form movement have received any of the plums. Our immediate repre sentatives, Maj. L. H. DesChamps, Capt. 3. M. Richardson, and Dr. I. M. Woods, were in their places promptly. The farmers have at least a two-thirds majority ia each house. Capt. Till man will be inaugurated next Thurs- c day. Our readers may expect full reports of the proceedings of the Leg islature. THE ELECTION. e The total vote cast at the recent election for Governor, according to s Soficial returns, was 74,087, of which STilman received 59,159, and Haskell 14,82& The vote on the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 26 November 1890

TBXANIG TOMS WEDNESDAY, November 26,1890. The Pinewood Election. We publish below (1) a communi cation from Mr. J. M. Welch in reply to an editorial that appeared in the armS two weeks ago, and (2) a letter ! froln Mr. S. A. Nettles, which appear ed in the Keu-s and Courier in reply to a letter of Mr. Welch's in that paper. There is nothing in Mr. Welch's letter that requires any notice, except possibly one statement of his in which he pronounces a statement made by Mr. Nettles as false. Mr. Welch him self knows that Mr. Nettles would nake no false statement. As county chairman Mr. Nettles notified the members of the executive committee of the meeting of Oct. 21st. No print ed notices were sent out, nor was the meeting advertised, but either per i sonally or by some responsible party .the notifications were sent to every inember. On Friday afternoon, Oct. Ytb, in the court house, Mr. Nettles, in the presence of another gentleman, k requested Mr. J. C. Manning to notify M W Welch of ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 26 November 1890

Shooting Affray at Packsville. Yesterday afternoon at Mr. L. F. R. Lesesne's gin house in Packsville, an altercatiou took place between John DuBose, white, and Edmund Holla day, colored, in which DuBose was seriously shot by Holladay. The ball entered under his left arm and passed through the upper part of the left lung. The doctors that attended him say that the wound is likely to prove fatal. It is saidtlat Holladay carried a bale of cotton to the gin, and that DuBose commenced teasing him as he has often done before. Holladay be came offended, and demanded an apology of DuBose, which was refus ed, whereupon Holladay drew his pis tol and advanced on DuBose, who drew his pocket knife and backed up the steps of the gin house. Then Holladay shot him once with a .38 calibre Smith & Wesson improved pistol. Holladay was arrested and lodged in jail last night upon a warrant is. sued by Trial Justice Mahoney. Suniter Sells Goods Cheap, The Levi Brothers, of Sumter, are offering great ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 26 November 1890

TEE FARMERS' ALLIANCE. A SKETCH OF THE NEW POWER FUL FACTOR IN POLITICS. Southern Alliance Men Want the Sub Treasury, while it Is Claimed that Northwestern Farmers' Want a Contin uation of Protection. The Philadelphia Press, a strong Re publican paper, says: -As the Farmtrs' Alliance has pro jected itself into the kaleidscope of American polities with enoug: inten sity to become a factor in the next Con gress and a dictator in several States, a review of the growth of the Order may be of especial interest to Press readers. The various organizations classed under the heads of Farmers' Allian ze that have become so important a feat ure of the body politic are about as fol lows: 1. The National Farmers' Alliance and Industrial Union was organized a year ago at St. Louis by a coalition of the National Farmers' Alliance and Co-operative Union of America and the National Agricultural Wheel. A membership of 2,000,000 is claimed for this body. 2. The National Grange of the Pa trons of Husba...

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

. .MANNING, S. C., WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1890. NO. 51. VOL. AMO T OLY ! . INUES HIS HOLY DR. TALMAGE C RIES. LAND - ,. where' Christ The Village ot Naz rs Descriptive Was a Boa-lTe tExcite Grea DiscourSes Ccuti) interest. The iittele;, BitooK LYN, Nov. which Dr. Ta i the series of sermo ec; !,t tour In mage is describing r -ogospel lcs Palestine and menu. .me increases sons suggested by hi ,ere was never from week to week. >ne of the pre so large a crowd at iere was today vious eight sermons Academy ot around the Brookl and at The Music in the mor in the even Christian Herald ser Itssuidject was ing, the ninth sermo " and the text, "Among the Iholy Ii1 to Naxareth Luke, iv, 16. "He car olowing where he was brought is the sermon: I had last What a splendid S -ent, my first night in a Catholic :aving Jerus sleep within doors sin, y treated as alem, and all of us as pe aud his though we had been t '?that way ' college of cardinals P sterhood of Last evening the geni - red bright th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 3 December 1890

THE MANNING TIES.l S. A. NETTLES, Editor. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1890. THE SENATOJRSHIP. Ex-Governor Johnson Hagood, last week, in a letter to the Aes and Cou rier, in favor of re-electing Seuator Wade Hampton, asks, -Shall Hamp ton be held up to obloquy because in a late contest between Democrats, en tirely State and local in its character, be did not espouse either side in the style of a ward politician ?' Gen. Hagood is mistaken in his premises. Prior to Sep. 10th it was a fight between Democrats. Good judgment, however, should have dic tated that it was inopportune for one holding the high ana honored posi tion of senator to interfere. Senator Butler took this view, and he retains the respect and confidence of the en tire State. Nearly evety one.knew that Gen. Hampton's preferences were with his old friends and against the farmers' movement, but they expected him to remain neutral, and the sur prise at his taking sides in the cam pagn meetings was very great. The rebuke then giv...

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

THE MANNING TIME. WEDNESDAY, December 3,1890, 0 The Lime-Kiln Club. When the janitor arrived at the hall' Saturday afternoon to make ready for the meeting he found that the bear trap guarding the second landing had a been sprung. Looking about him, he found a shoe-heel, a piece of steel watch chain, a vest buckle, and half a plug of tobacco, and he had no trouble in arriving at the conclusion that another attempt-the fourteenth --had been made to destroy Paradise t Hall. He raised no alarm; however, and said not a word until Brother i ardner arrived. The result of their whispered conversation was that, af ter the meeting had opened in due, form, the President looked up and i down the hall and queried: "Air Biudder Clingstone Davis present to-night ?" "He am," answered a voice and the brother arose. t "You will step dis way. Now, rudder Davis, hold up your heels." "W-what fur, sah?" "Kase I want to see 'em." Clingstone reluctantly exposed the soles. of his broad shoes. One of them ha...

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

THE MANNING TIlMES. Pu4l-d Ecery I Wedatday S. A. NETTLES. Terms: 8: esawiis 1t~.:).,.n- copy)%, one year! S..-;. on'. p, six months. Nil cefnts -" .op\. thre imonths, 50 cents. All ,v ~memssoi~ tun'i~s.-- unie squarle, tirit ini s--rton. 1 00: each subseq~uent oisertion, .) cents. Obitutari-s anid Tributes of 1:esseet chim'rged. for a regular advertise ume':s. Liobral Contracts made for three, . and twi,'.e molnt. the real na-nie and hireis of the writer inl .rde.r t> receVve attLti'ol. No coiuini e'iont o a -ronal character will be pub ishetd e.ce.t as an advertiseenit. Fur f-irther itfoaation address s. A. NETTLES, Manning. S. C. WEDNESDAY, December 3, 1890, Your Name in Print. - Dr. S. C.C. Richardson is slowly im pro% ing. Mr. Thomas Connor. of Florence, spent Sunday with his parents. Johnm I. Keels, Esq.. was in town Mon daty on professional business. - -Little May Harvin, the eldest child of Mr. E. D. Harvin, is quite sick. -MIrs. Minnie Barnett, of Mavesville, is in 1anni...

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