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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 3 December 1890

:TO ALLIANCE MEN. STAND BY THE STATE EXCHANGE AND IT WILL STAND BY YOU! An Open Letter from Col. D'Arcy P. Duncan Explainin the Action of the Committee in Deciding to Establish a State Bank. To the Members of the Alliance in South Carolina: At the meeting of your committee on the State Exchange, held in Columbia on the 12th instant. much progress was reported. and I was requested by the committee to publish some facts by way of information as exhortation to our members through out the State. As you are aware the matter of per manent location :>f the State Exchange and what was the best disposition or use to make of the -50,000 subscribed to the State Exc'tange was placed in the hands of a co r mittt e. Afte- careful consideration your com mittee decided to l-eate the Exchange in the City of Columbia, not because Columbia offered any greater induce ments than our other cities. but be cause it was more central and, being the Capital of the State, is visited for various reasons more...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 10 December 1890

v1 VOL. VI. MANN-INNG. S. C... WEDNESDAY, )L PEi\ IEI'0I190 N. 2 THE ALLIANCE POLICY AS OUTLINED AND EXPLAINED BY : PRESIDENT POLK. A Strong Paper of Great Interest to Aili ancemen and Farmers-The Action of the Order In Politics In Kansas and South Carolina Complimented. OcALA, FLA.. Dec. 2.--The Alliance met in tne opera house to-day Presi dent Polk in the chair. The only busi ness done was the appointment of a committee ox credentials. At 2.30 p. m., the Alliance met again, and Gover nor Fleminig and lion. J. F. Dunn made addresses of welcome. President Polk then read his annual message, which was well received. PRESIDENT POLK'S MESSAGE. To the Oficers and Members of the Supreme Council of the N. F. A. and I. U.: Congratulating you, and through you the great organization you represent on the hopeful and encouraging aus pices under which you have this day assembled, I beg to submit for your earnest consideration such thoughts and suggestions affecting the present and future of our ...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 10 December 1890

THE KNNINGTIMES@E -1 S. A. NETTLES, Editor. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1890. IRBY FOR THE %ENATE. A vote was taken by the Legisla ture yesterday for U. S. Senator, and resulted as follows: J.L.M.Irby-.............5 M. L. Donaldson.......... 48 Wade Hampton........... Robt. Smalls.............4 Elison S. Keitt............. J. J. Hemphill............. 2 Geo. D. Tillman.....--...... 1 Necessary for a choice 79. There was no election. To-day at 3 o'clock we received e special telegram from Columbia giv ing the following result: Irby....... ...... ......63 Donaldson....... ........ 45 Hampton---------................42 Jrby has gained eight votes, and c the others have lost. It is not at all a improbable that the next ballot will elect Irby senator. He, however, .zeeds eighteen or twenty votes yet. Yeaterday on the first ballot Maj. DesChamps and Dr. Woods voted for 1 Irby; Representative Richardson's t name does not appear in the papers r as having voted. THE WHISKEY DEVIL. I Manning has s...

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

THE I*G TIMES. WEDNESDAY, December 0,1890 BILL NYE Issues a Thanaksaiing- Proci.laat iWe. The following proclamation may not reach the people in time to affect the celebration of Tbanksgiving day, but if not it may be used as a reverie or a message to congress: Whereas, it appears by reference to the history of the world and other statistics that the past year has been one unusually prosperous in many respects, and especially to members of the legislature throughout the length and breadth of the United States; and Whereas, no serious plague or fam ine or war has laid waste the fair face of the republic; and Whereas, the wages of a crew of nearly thirty men working in a button factory in Vineland, N. J., have been advanced 15per cent. ad valorem since the passage of the McKiiley bill; and Whereas, n'ow times begin to bright en up all over our land as a result of the paymentof .y election bets; and Whereas, the man who was on the stump a few weeks ago, and now in the pottages, has cea...

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

WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1890. BILL ARP Conmments on the Present Condition ol Affais. "Let not him boast.who putteth his armor on like him who taketh it off.' ,'Let tose lau . whio win." He -aughs best who laughs last," and other maxims to that effect. We have bad a little episode up here in the ,mountains, and the way it has turned out looks like sowne of us laughed at the wrong time. But it is all over now, and we can all laugh, except those sangaine individuals who staked their g-eenbacks aid lost. They are Iiot yet calm and serene. It is right E bard on a feller to lose his man and r money too. Tf a man will bet on an election, I have always thought* he Fought to bet against his desires, and thein if he wins he has got his money, tand if he loses he has got his man, and so comes down easy. Well, it did look like the old doctor had everything in a swing around here and all along the railroad for 130 miles. Just think of a congressional istrict 130 miles long, and a great railroad ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 10 December 1890

THE MAGN TMES. Publis.ed Ecery Wednesday. S, A. NETTLES, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. Ternis: S'usciPTIos RaTxs.-One copy, one year $1.50; one copy, six months, 7S cents one copy, three months, 50 cents. All subscriptions payable in advance. A1vE~rTIsG R.TE.-One square, tirst in sertion. $100; each subsequent insertion, '0 cents. Obituaries and Tributes of Rtespect charged for as regular advertise melits. Liberal contracts made for three, six, and twelve months. CodMVic&Tio5s 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 further information address S. A. NETTLES, Manning, S. C. WEDNESDAY, December 10,1890. Your Name in Print. -Mr. Mitchell Levi, of Sumter, spent Sunday in Manning. -Mrs. J. H. Mahoney, of Silver, is visit ing in Greeleyville. -Mrs. Mattie Bostick and children, of Sumter, are visiting the family of Mr. W. S. Harvin. -County Commiss...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 10 December 1890

HARD AT WORK NOW. THE SOUTH CAROLINA LEGISLATURE AS SEEN IN MID-SESSION. The First Two Weeks Devoted to Looking over the Field--Some Measures of Great Public Importance--Notes of the Ses sion oCOLUMIA. S. C.. Dec. .-Special: Observers of the work of the present General .Assembly have been greatly impressed with one fact--the very siall quantity of business thus far ac tually accomplished. The session may be considered half gone, and as yet there is no measure passed either Ilouse, which looks to a solution of any of the questions that have agitated, or at least interested, the people for manymonths past. One reason given for this condi tion of the Legislative business is that the body has been awaiting the sug gestions of Governor Tillman. These having been formally made in the in angural address of his Excellency, it may now be expected that the lawma kers' attention will be given to soneof the matters affecting the people's in terests most-because the. affect the condition of thei...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 10 December 1890

S UPPLEMENT TO THE Manning Times t OF G&. B.R. TILMAN An Able and Elaborate State Paper, in which His Politi cal Policy is Outlined. Every Department of the Gov ertment Comes Under the Eye of the New Governor, and He Speaks His Mind Freely and Unequivocally of Each. COLUMBIA, Iee. 4.-The irwtmur1! ceremonies pa-ssed off plcas.antly. thc weather being perfect. About three V thousand people were presen t. Governor Till man was sworn in by Chief J usti'e a Simpson. There was a good deal of en thusiasmn and the address was frequently I t interrupted by applause. The address is as follows: a ";entlemen of the General Assembly: il It is seldom in the history of politics that I a man is so honored as I am. It is cus, tcmasry to perform the ceremony of iz.iu- & guration in public, and only once before that I am aware has it been necessary i n" South Carolina to hold it in the open air in order to let the people see. t the large number of my fellow citizens.- who have done me the hon...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 10 December 1890

be done, I point out the defects antl :cave to you the reme 'dy. 'Ihere is one :spect of the case to which I direct yiour atiten tion. The coistittion (of iS6S giVes C'harleston county two Senators, and it was clearly by reason of its inrge area and popilatioi. Now if that couttv is divid ed and a new county created the question arises, shall the same area and population have three Senators by reasons of such division, and it so. what part of the coun tv shall retain the name of Charleston and thus hold its two Senators. It is just as easy, just as lawful and just as right for that part not contaiing the city to claim and be given the name as the other. and I am, therefore, clearly of opinion that the division of that county carries with it the loss of a Senator to that part which retains the name, else injustice is done to the rest of the State. Here is a most pressing reason for a constitutional convention, for I don't see how else the muddle is to be settled, without ordering a n...

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

VOL. VII. MANNING, S. C., WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 14, 1891. NO. 3. COL. KEITT IS 1AD. HE MAKES A MOST SAVAGE ATTACP ON DR. J. W. STOKES. Saya Senator Irby is no Statesman ani Accuses Dr. Stokes of Treachery ani With being Iafueneed by his Own Per sanal Ambition. NEWBERRY, S. C., Jan. 3.-The fol lowing article appeared this week ir the Newberry Observer: Alliance men, our noble Order non covers thirty-five States, and we hav( millions of members. We have a grea1 and holy work before us. To have o clear understanding of the obligations of each one to the other and to the Or der education is absolutely necessary To get that education I invoke you tc subscribe for the National Economist the official organ of the Order, pub lished at Washington city. It will cost you only one dollar a year. It is worth to you more than all the other news papers put together. You will leart from it the principles and demands ol the Order and its great end and aim. If you do not take it, subscribe at once for i...

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

THEMflG TIMESJ M9aiI ini 19,20 CL S. A. NErTLES, Editor. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 14,1891. PUSH THE TOWN FORWARD. One evening last week while in conversa tion with a gentleman who is a well-to-do citizen of this county, we learned from him that he had made his arrangements to move his family to the city of Sumter in or der that he might give his children the ad vantage of a good school. We tried to pur suade him to change his mind and move to Manning, and he told as that he came here several times to look for a suitable dwelling house, and failed to find one that could be rented. He said he preferred coming to Manning as it would suit his business bet ter than Sumter but being unable to pro cure a house in Manning he was forced to select Sumter. This is one of the instances wherein the prosperity of our town is checked, and who Js to blame for it? We have been doing our utmost to convince the property owners of Manning that it is to their interest as well as to the interest of the town to...

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

THE MANNING TIMES. S, A. NETTLES, rDITor, AND PROPRIETO7R. Terms: Srr.wtrro R i:s.-R On< copy, one yeax $1*.50t one copy. six months, 75 cents one copy, three nonths, 50 cents. All subscriptions payable in advance. A ,.,:: iixs; rraL-- f lae irst in !:ertion. $1 0,)t each subsequent insertion, 50 cents. Obituaritis and Tributes of l:espect cha:rged for a., regular advertise. ments. Liberal contracts made for three, six, and twelve months. CoM c-enos mn-at be accomnpanied by the real na-ie and akItress of the writer in order to receive attenton. No comuml-U cation of a pz-rsonal character will be pub ished except as an advertisemuent. For further information address S. A. NETTLES, M1anning. S. C. Your Name in Print. -Miss Dalsy Bagual is quite ill. --Senator L. H. DesChamps is still very ill. -.--iss Nita -Auld, of Sumter, is visiting friends in Manning. 1g-Miss Apna Lesesne, of Greeleyville, is visiting fri\nds in Manning. -R. 0. Purdy, Esq., mavor of the city of Sumter, was in M...

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

TABERNACLE PUPIT.I NEW YEAR'S SERMON BY REV. DR. TALMAGE. He Speaks of the Fight Between the Powers of Light and the Powers of Darknexs--Christiau. Need the Help That Comes from On High. BnooKLYx, Jan. 4.-Dr. Talmage's New Year's sermon is a ringing battle cry to ministers and Christians every where, calling upon them to join in a combined charge on the intrenchments of sin and Satan. It made a deep im pression on the vast crowds who heard it in this city this morning, and at The Christian Herald service to-night in New York. The enthusiasm at the latter service was increased by the ef fective aid rendered by a large volun teer choir which has been organized from the audiences, who sung with a volume and 1ervor seldom equaled. After the singing of the hymn com me'icing, Come, Holy Spirit, heavenly dove, With all thy quickening powers, Dr. Talmage preached the following sermon from the text, Luke xxiv, 49. "Tarry 3 e in the city of Jerusalem un til ye be endued with power from o' hig...

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

VOL. VII. MANN~IN G, S. C., WEDNESDAY, DECEMNBER1,19.N.1 THE NATIONAL ALLIANCE. THE RAPID GROWTH OF THE ORDER ALLOVER THE COUNTRY. Partial Proceedings of the Body-Dr. Mc Cune In Hot Water-The Force Bill Con demned.A Most Harmonious and Pleas ant Session. OCALA, FLA.. Dec. 2.-The National Farmers' Alliance and Industrial Union met in the Opera House at noon to-day. Nearly every delegate has ar rived and the house is crowded with Alliance men and women. Immediate ly after the house was called to order President Polk delivered his annual address. The address will be found in another column. Of course notbing of importance was done to-day except securing organization. In the way of explanation of the rapid growth'of the Alliance, %%hich the officials say is still cxt ending in all directions, an official organ ,f the Order in high standing says : "We have now three million members, and they are men who represent almost every variety of political opinion. It would be worse thin folly to ...

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

TEEMNIG TEESe MaM2i4i, Bm 0 S. A. NETTLES, Editor. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1890. Col. Irby has been elected United States senator to succeed Gen. Wade Hampton. The speeches of the nomination, and the results of the ballots will be found on the first page. 'When the result of the final ballot was declared, there was some hissing done, but in a moment this contemptible conduct was drowned by the immense cheering for Irby. The contest from the beginning was narrowed down to three can didates: Donaldson, who was put forward as the special representative of the Alliance,. with his allegiance to the Alliance first above all things; Irby. the candidate of reform element of the Democratic party, who was pledged to the farmers and their interests, but who proposed to stand by the Democratic party in maintaining its suprem acy; and Hampton, the present incumbent, who had done so much for the State and had been honored so long that it was right and proper to re-elect him. In the senatorial con...

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

T MA G TMS Published Every Wednesday. S, A. NETTLES, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. Terms: Sunscn-rrros RATES.-One copy, one yea: $1.50; one copy, six months, 75 cents one copy, three months, 50 cents. Al subscriptions payable in advance. ADvEaTsNxG RATEs.-One square, first in sertion. $1 00: each subsequent insertion 50 cents. Obituaries and Tributes o: lRespect charged for as regular advertise ments. Liberal contracts made for three six, and twelve months. ComxtscAnoss must be accompanied b3 the real na-ne and address of the writer iE 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, December 17,1890. Your Name in Print. -Mr. Thos. E. Richardson, of Sumter, spent Monday in Manning. -Mr. George Hammell, of Wilmington. is in town on a visit to his mother. -Mr. and Mrs. Seabrook, of Edisto, are on a visit to Mrs. Seabrook's father, Rev. Jas. McDowell. -...

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

PROGRESSING SLOWLY. LAW-MAKING IN THE PALMETTO STATE PROCEEDiNG QUIETLY. Chief Interest Centered In the Choice of United States Sevator--An AccoLIt of the Unusual Contest--Other Iteis of Interest. CoLrniBA, S. C., Dec. 13.-Special: Fhe condition and progress of the work of law-making for the people of %outh Carolina, as indicated in the last letter of this correspondence, have iound their parallels in the course of the peoceedings since:my last report. The past week has not been fruitful of important measures. And when it is remembered that about three-fourths of the usual session has already elaps d, there naturally arises the wish for some explanation of this decidedly un :sual course of things. Such explana tion would seem to be found in condi tions incident to the newness of the I ody, and to some of the particular work which it has been called on to 1 erform. The first week may be said to have been occupied largely with the organization of the two h3uses; the second with the in...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 31 December 1890

AA A--'4 - o NOL 31 MAN N N(4- 8.(' EI)NESI)AY, 1)ECEMBER 419.N .2 THE TREES OF PALESTINE. SUBLIME LANGUAGE OF THE SCRIPT URES ON THE CEDARS. Dr. Talmage Describes the Scenes on Mount Lebanon and Deduces Moral Lessons Therefrom-The Prephets Loved to Gaze Upou the Mighty Forests. BRooKLYS, Dec. 14.-To-day Dr. Talmage preached the t welfth sermon of his series on Palestine and the ad joining countries. Dr. Talmage an nounced as his text Psalm civ. 16, "The cedars of Lebanon which he bath planted,"and preached the following sermon: in our journey we change stirrup for wheel. It is 4 o'clock in the morning at Damascus, Syria, afnd we are among the lanterns of the hostelry waiting for the stage to start. A Mohammedan in high life is putting his three wives on board within an apaitment by themselves, and our party occupy the main apartment of one of the most un comfortable vehicles in which mortals were ever jammed and half strangu lated. But we must not let the dis comforts annul or disp...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 31 December 1890

S. A. NETTLES, Editor. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1890. THE LEGISLATIIRE. For the past week the legislature has put in some hard work, and by hard fight ing the reformers have succeeded in acting on most of the measures suggested by Governor Tillman in his inaugural ad dress. Of course everything could not be done in one session, and especially one so short as custom has made the sittings of a South Carolina legislature, but the work of reform has already commenced, and the people will not regret having so generously supported the reform movement. The bill to further regulate the practice of physic and surgery in this State, which was advocated by Representative Woods, was indefinitely postponed. The bill to reduce the sheriffs dieting fees in county jails was killed. The office of jury commissioner is to be abolished, and the duties of said office will hereafter be attended to by the clerk of court The bill giving circuit judges the power to open and set aside and grant new trials, wh...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 31 December 1890

'THE MANNING TIMES. WEDNESDAY, December 24,1890. Your Name in Print. -Dr. Robert Henry, of Gourdins, was in Manning last Friday. -Miss Nettie Weinberg is home from school spending the holidays. -Miss Rosie Barnett, of Sumter, is vis iting the family of Mr. A. Loryea. -Mr. Abie Weinberg is home from Wof ford Fitting School for the holidays. -Mr. Harvey W. Mitchum, of Georgia, is at Jordan on a visit to his parents. -Mr. Chovine Sprott is at home from Wofford College spending the holidays. -Miss Hennie J. Legg, of the Winthrop Training School, came home Monday night. -Mrs. Kate Duncan, of Spartanburg. is visiting the family of the Rev. James Mc Dowell. -W. W. Hnrsey. Esq., of the Florence bar, was in town yesterday on professional business. -Mr. H. B. Tindal, of Summerton, has declined to accept the position offered him in the Comptroller General's office at Co lumbia. - Mr. and Mrs. F. Levi, of Sumter, and Mrs. and Miss Cohen, of Washington. D. C.. visited the family of Mr. Moses Lev...

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