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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 4 February 1891

A SERMON ON BABYLON. DSCOURSE PREAC'"L. SUNDAY, JAN. 25. BY DR. TALMAGE. A Grapbic Descr; lit ion o the l mizders of this Auck4-tt Pa-nan City-.oime L.cssos That Should be lteedcd to be ramnn from Its Fall. BROOKLYN, Jan. 2a.-Dr. Talhage preached the following sermon this m-orning in th-e Academry of Music in this city, and he repeated it to-night at The Christian Herald service in the New York Academy of Music. lli .text was Daniel. v, 30: "In that night was B]elshazzer. the king of the C ual' deans, slain." After the site of Babylon hail ben selected, two million of men were em ployed for the construction of the wall and the principal works. The walls of the city were sixty miles in circumfe-r ence. They were surrounded by a trench. out (f which had b'een dug the material for the Construction of tihe city. There were twenty-five gates et solid brass on each side of the square city. Between every two gates a great tower sprang up into the heavens. From each of the twenty-five gates...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 11 February 1891

if J vo~~~~L ILT A 1.AN ,N VO._31MAMG S. C. IV]DNE SDAY, FEIIIR 11) 1811N.8 CONGRESSIONAL MATTER. THE APPORTIONMENT BILL PASSED BY THE SENATE. The Bill the Samne as dopted loy the House-Efloots to Increase the Number Voted Down-Kelly Flaunts the Bloody Shirt Which is Resented by Several Democrats. WASHINGTON, Jan. 29.-In the "en ate at the close of the morning hour the Senate proceeded to the consideration of the apportionment bill as "-unfinished business," and Edmunds addressed the Senate, calling its attention to the fact that the bill took no cognizance what ever of the provisions of the Fourteenth Amendment to the Constitution, that in case the right of suffrage be denied or abridged in any State, the representa tion of that State should be diminished accordingly. The Senate then proceeded to vote on the amendments proposed by the mi nority, the first being to increase the representation of Arkansas from 6 to 7. The amendment was rejected -yeas, 32; nays, 33. All the Democratic...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 11 February 1891

TEE MANNIG TIMS MTanVmiiig, 0. CL S. A. NETTLES. Editor. WEDNESDAY, February 11, 1891. COUNTY TAX AND INDEBTEDNESS. The tax levy for the present fiscal year beginning Nov. 1, 1890, will be ten mills for all purposes. Of this 4 3-4 mills is for State tax; 2 mills for school tax; and 3 1-4 for ordinary county purposes. The county tax will aggregate about $7,500. The es timate for the present year is $2,000 less than that for last year, as follows: $1,500 for raising Black river cause -way; $125 attorney's fees; $200 re pairs on public buildings; and $175 contingent expenses. The above items will not be needed the present year. This levy of 3 1-4 mills will leave a surplus of $400, if the expend itures are confined to the appropria tions, and it is very desirable that the county commissioners confine their expenditures to the appropriation, and not run the county in debt. About $4,000 less in taxes will be col lected this year than last. The books closed Jan. 31st for the collection of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 11 February 1891

HE MANNING TIMES. Publi.shed Ecery W cdnes3day. S, A. NETTLES. EDITron AND PROPRIETOR. Ternis: Srrsenimr. os RATEs.- One copy, one ve1 $1.50; one copy, six months, 75 cents one copy, three months, 50 cents. All subscriptions payable in advance. AmV m1s Z R.vs.- One square, first in sertion, $1 00; each subsequent insertion, v,0 cents. Obituaries :.nd Tributes oi Respect chirged for as regular advertise melts. Libvral contracts made for three, siX, and twelve months. Co'MXNICATsi OS mst be accompanied b3 the real na-ue and address of the writer in order to receive attention. No communri cation of a personal character will be pub ished except as an advertisemnt. Foi further inforiiiation address S. A. NETTLES, Manning, S. C. EDITESDAY1 reh~aary 11, IONU Your Name in Print. -Mr. W. E. Dinkins is at home quite un well. -Miss E ztelle Connor is visiting friends at Greeleyville. - Capt. E. R. Lesesne, of Greeleyville, was in town to-day. -Miss Ida Young, of Georgetown, is vis iting at her...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 11 February 1891

E TL 1-16: T;1N V-, i L_ OF EVANGELSTIC SEXONS. TihcGreat Arrar o-f G;owl Th; ng;:-- Av erage Congrcgalica' Can ;o Of. Vel Too Manr.y Lac. That Whicl is iest ol .BROOKLYN. Feb. 1.-The deep religi ous feeling manifested in Dr. Talmage" congregations since his recent arous ing "Appeal to Outsiders" has appar ently encouraged him to continu preaching distinctively evangelisti( sermons. To-aay he delivered anothe discourse of the same gospel type, botL at the morning service in the Aeademy of Music, in this city. and at Th Christian Herald service at night it the New York Academy of Music. ii text was taken from Mark x, 21: "Ont thing thou lackest." The young man of the text was I splendid nature. Wefall in love wit! him at the first glance. iHe was an able and frank and earnest and educat ed and refined and respectable an moral, and yet he was not a Christian And so Christ addresses him in thi words that I have read to you, "On( thing thou lackest." I suppose tha1 that text was no more...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 18 February 1891

SAO9 VOL II. MANIG S. C.ENSDAY FERU RY 18 1891.. I -. k 311NSSACREDBY MILES. THE INCIAN NARRATIVE OF THE SLAUGHTER AT WOUNDED KNEE. Turning -awk and American Horse Tells a Touching, Terrible Story of the Sav age Butchery of Women, Girls. Boys and Babies by the Soldiers. WVAsmeToN, Feb. 11.-The Sioux Indian conference was concluded to day and the Indians will statt for home to-morrow or on Frway, going by way of Philadelphia and Carlisle. The feature of to-day's meeting was the story of the fight at Wounded Knee. which was told by Turning Hawk and American Horse. In be ginning his story Turning Hawk de scribed in picturesque language how "% certain falsehood," the Messiah erase and ghost dance, came to his agency from the west, and how, after a time, hearing of the approach of sol diers and frightened because of it, the Indians fled into the Bad Land, and how they were induced to return by their friends. Turning Hawk then continued: i; When our people, who had been fiightened away, w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 18 February 1891

THE MANNING TIMES. S. A. NETTLES. Editor. WEDNESDAY, February 18, 1891. Our paper is chokeful of interesting reading this week. Gen. W". T. Sherman, the man who burned Columbia and devastated the South generally at the close of the, war, died last Saturday in N\ew York.' The United States Government has paid him highest honors. Ex-President Cleveland's letter on free coinage has created considerable unfavorable comment among his here tofore staunchest supporters, and pre dictions are now being made that the letter will cost him the nomination for the presidency. Governor Tiflman has appointed as commissioners of registration for the city of Charleston George W. Wil liams, Bernard O'Neill, and Jacob Small. These three gentlemen are bank presidents, and have the confi dence of the entire community. This appointment will have the effect of knocking to pieces ringism if such a thing ever existed in that city. Uncle Sam's Strong Box, According to the following analysis of the inonthly st...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 18 February 1891

THE MANNING TIMES2 Publizhed ELver y Wednesday. S, A. NETTLES, . IDrron AND PRopimETon. Terms: SnrsclurTrox RATE.-One copy, one yeai $1.50; one copy, six months, 75 cents one copy, three months, 50 cents. All subscriptions payable in advance. Aivr~rislG Rvms.-One square, first in set tion. $1 00: each subsequent insertion, 50 cents. Obituaries and Tributes o lespect charged for as regular advertise ments. Liberal contracts made for three, six, and twelve months. CoM~uxxuremoxs nu.st 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,2rther information address S. A. NETTLES, Manning, S. C. Your Nane in Print. -Maj. J. M. Richardson is, visiting at Gourdins. -Miss Eliza Bell has been quite sick, but is now convalescent. -Rev. J. M. Plowden and family, of Edgefield, are on a visit to relatives. -Maj R. H. Lesesne is still quite unwell, but for the past tw...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 18 February 1891

~t;"ne 1 .10 Mile,. Wide r1d a Thou<md Dr. LINCOLN, NEn. February 9.-The Nebraska Legislature has asked a Feder al appropriation of $1,0.0,0o to prov ide seed for the destitute settlers of Kansas, Colorado, -Nebraska and the Dakotas. That sum indicates the ex tent of the calamity which has overtaken portions of these State as a result of the drought prevailing over large areas last season. It is not certain that such a sum is actually needed. but it is the estimate put bi the Legislature of Ne braska upon the wants of the settlers in the way of seed to enable them to make a start next season. When 'ie estimated amounts required to carry ine :estitute through the winter t d to z up 'ort them until time for arcother liar vest are added to the sum asked from the General Government, the total be comes enormous and challenges the at tention of the entire country. But bad as the situation is in some parts of the stricken districts. and severe as the suffering has beea in isolated cases...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 25 February 1891

A i YN /OL ylup~ TAXING BANK S'i. SHALL THE STAT OUT OF EXiSTE.NL. The Constructn- 4,'h 1;' - the Muter-A ' we Comptroller General'r Otice Ywe trd uz the Connor Letter. COLUMBIA, 'Z7. C., !7. Some inzteresL 1A? bL banking circles in regard to the co nstr:e - tion of the law governing the taxin; : u bank stock and the mannwr or returv-s to be made by banks. Smuie ays a..;o Mr. W. M. Connor, President of the American Savings Bank of Charleston. wrote to the Comptroller General a let ter of inquiry in regard to this matter, and was replied to by Chief Cerk Nor ton under the instruction ot the Comp troller General. The Sunday News of the 15th must. publishes an interview with Mr Connor, in which he makes the tollowing state ments concerning his letter and the re ply received by hin from the Comptrol ler General's office: "My letter has not been answered. 1 wrote upon an entirely different matter. By way of illustration let me show you about what I wanted to find out. Sup pose on the 31s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 25 February 1891

THE LANIG TIMES. Maimi 1inag, 0. C . S. A. NETTLES, Editor. WEDNESDAY, February 25,1891. Local History. We desire to publish all the local history we can get. Recently the Thins published an interesting account of the campaign of the 23rd in Virginia in 1862. The demand is now that the writer of that article contin ne, and give the history of the 23rd, from beginning to end. A private letter f'om that distinguished young writer, McDodald Fnrman, tells us that he will shortly furnish the Tnar-s with the rolls of Co. H, 5th S. C. Cavalry, and such additional information as he can ob tain of the company's history. This will be of great interest. We want all such, and will take great pleasure in publishing any local history, military, religious, or civil. We know of a score of writers in this county who could furnish valuable and in teresting papers on these subjects. Will they do it? ICOURT. The February term of court is now in ses sion. The general sessions opened prompt ly at 10 o'cl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 25 February 1891

THE MANINIG TIMES. Published Every 1Wednesday. S, A. NETTLES, LDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. Terms: SrnSCRIMIrIs RArrs.-One copy, one year 1.50; one copy, six months, 75 cents one copy, three months, 50 cents. All subscriptions payable in advance. A>vEaVisisIo RxATs.-One square, first in sertion. $1 00: each subsequent insertion, .S0 cents. Obituaries and Tributes of Respect charged for as regular advertise nients. Liberal contracts made for three, six, and twelve months. Co ersic.mross 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 fuirther information address 6. A. NETTLES, Manning, S. C. WDNISDAY, lerwy 25, 10N.~ Your Name in Print. -31r. Adam Wallace, of Chicago, is visit ing relatives in Clarendon. -Miss Minnie Billups, of Brunson's X Roads, is very ill with pneumonia. -Miss Sallie Levi went to Charleston Saturday night on a visit to friends. -B...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 25 February 1891

A CRAFT MOSTLY SAIL AND LITTLE TONNAGE. How :he Si-eof .iru .lem . ( Ob"n - The Worl I sadiv LLtkin;.: P1:' Reiion, WhIcia would4 Arcolopi.t Moro Thia-. y 1:1e Pure I-eood ils Dr.Ta ' of M!usic 'i ili-tr 1m-r Christian 'e-A - York ec latter cortmiuz v -% abatemue- -- York kzst macy e o vastau -- repea:d, - anew to Dr. Talmanct -v z Brochlyn .At Yr.. works is deau." .h:-w s i:'V The Rcom ah charged wi th ' - i L upon good works in. uct U a a a faith. I charge Protez" ntnismn wvii l putting ncz enough svress uIon 'u' q works, as ccuneeta V. 11 h saiv iCn.. Good works will neve' s e ,ma, *j if a man bave not g4oa Noas he n no real faith and no gei:: e regin.' v There are those w ho depend t pou the fact that the) are ah r'ght inide, wh: le their conduct is wrong out.ie. iheir religion, for the most part, is made up I of talk-vigorous talIk, fluent talk, boastful talk, perpetual talk. They will entertain you by the hour in tell- b ing you how good they are. They come l up to such a high...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 4 March 1891

Voi~~~ viI MA N NING,6 S. C.. WVEDNESDAY, MIARCH 4 81 O 1 FEARFUL LOSS OF LIFE. ONE HUNDRED AND NINETEEN M!N ERS KILLED BY AN EXPLOSION. Springhill. Nova Ncotia. Thrown into Sl4urning-Several of the Bodii Fear fully 31utilated-Fift-thre Widow.. and 157 Children L.ft VUirovided tor. SP RINGHILL. M1_Is. N. S., 2eb.l. --An exploionl ocIurred in the mI:es of this place ) esterdav. At midlniht one tv-four bodies have been recovered. and the total numbcr vf dead is thouaht to be 117. A largely at tended public meet in was lielI last evean-n and arranaZc ments for 2 pubici iuneral on Tuesday were completed.- Chief Inspector Gill in arrived yesterday mornimg, accompa nied by Madden and went down into the mine. ir. Gilpin says so far as the evi dence shows the explosien occurred im either No. 7or 6 balances,'and that the force of the explosion in these balances is very great. Most of the timbers were knocked ou:. allowing the roof to fall, breaking boxes and mutilating men and horses. Tow sm...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 4 March 1891

THE MANNING TIMES. Maning, . C. S. A. NETTLES, Editor. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 4,1891, THE WHISKEY DEVIL. Whiskey is a fearful evil-fearful in its use, its abuse, its consequences. The two homicide cases of last week are both attrib utable directly to this cause. The evidence on the stand was that Henry Shorter when sober was a quiet, peaceable, law-abiding citizen, but when drunk he was quarrel some and dangerous. He got his liquor probably at the tony "saloons" in Man ning, or maybe from the miserable little doggerel in Ward's yard. Anyway he got liquor, mean liquor at that, and as a result was himself hurled headlong into eternity, while blood stains the hands of the father of the young fellow who unlawfully was dis pensing this fire water of hell itself. Ah! the agony that evening's drunken carousal has caused those interested. So in the oth er case: a few drinks of alcoholic poison, a friendly and social tussle between a white man and a negro, a knife and a pistol, the white, man shot...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 4 March 1891

THE MANNING TIMES. Peublish:ed Ecery W1ednesday. A. NETTLES, EDIToR AND PioPRIIETOR. Terms: Srnsenr.ipTio- RATLS.--One copy, one Near $1.50; one copy. six months, 75 cents one copy, three months, 50 cents. All subscriptions payable ini advance. Anyriisia 1R. ms.---One square, first in 1'rtioni, $1 0)-, each subsequentinsertiol, 90 cents. Obituaries and Tributes of liespect chargred for a._ regular advertise meicits. Liberal contracts made Lor three, six, and twelve months. Comrtrcemo's must -e accompanied by the real na-ue and -ddress of the writer in ordekr to receive atten'tion. No communi cation of a personal character will be pub isaed except as n advertisentent. For f'irther information address S. A. NETTLES, Manning. S. C. YWIDINDA, MAROZ44 1001, Your Name in Print. --Mr. John C. Davis is quite ill at his father's. -Mrs. Hattie Ingram, of Summerton, is visiting the family of J. S. Vilson, Esq. -Mr. E. S. Burgess has accepted a situa tion at Lukens & Reifsnyder's mills in S...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 4 March 1891

GOSPEL THINDER. DR. TALMAGE THINKS GAMBLING THE CURSE OF THE AGE. Mlions of Money Lost Annuwily aud Millions of sculs Swe pt Into the Rr:;i ons of the Damned Throught t he Cunred vice. -NEw Yoiq., Feb. 22.-A decided sen sation was produced in this city and in Brooklyn, to-day, by Dr. Talmage's an nouncement of a series of sermons which he proposes to preach on "The Ten Plagues of these Three Cities." In this sermon, which is the first of the series, he pays his attention to the pre valent curse of gambling. lie preach ed it in the Academy of 'Music in Brooklyn, in the morning, and again this evening at the Christian Herald service in this city. His text was taketi fro'n Exodus ix, 13, 14: -Let my peo ple go, that they may serve me: for l will at this time send all my plagut's." Last winter in the :nuseum at Cairo, Egypt, I saw the mummy or eml-almed body of Pharaoh, th- oppres-or of t he ancient Israelites. Visible are the very teeth that he griashed against the Israe litish brick-m...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 11 March 1891

V VSD VOL. VIL AANN I NG, S. (l., WED-NES1)AY, MARCH IL 81 ____N. 2 A CITY DESTROYED. THE C!TY OF YUMA WIPED OUT BY THE FLOOD. *ater Covers the Conutry for Fifty miles Around-Hundreds of People Reudered Homeless and Destitne-Appalling Loss of Life Reported. YUMA, Arizona, March 1.-Over 250 houses are in ruins in this place and 1,400 people are homeless. It is feared that hundreds of lives have been losst in the Gila Valley. -No reliable reports can be obtained from that locality, as the roads are impassable and all the wires are down. Above Yuma the river is seven miles wide, and below 'the town the water covers the coantry in one grand lake over fifty mi1's across. Over 1.000 per sons are be-ng fed daily at the Southern Pacific Hotel, and the town has pro visions suffic'ent for eight days more. The blockade of West bound trains, it Is expected, will be raised in about four days, but it will be at least two weeks before they can go East. Reports from Jenkins, f'teen miles above heie...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 11 March 1891

THE MANNING TIMES. wrannm-izng, S. C. S. A. NETTLES. Editor. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 11, 1891. ROADS AND BRIDGES. The civilization of any community, t is said, may be judged by its roads and tridg es. We will not attempt to draw frem; the above premises any conclusions relative to Clarendon county, but we desire to lay ' fore our board of county commissioners a plan for giving this county first class roads and bridges at a lower rate of tax...on than now exists. We have -iothing new or start ling to suggest, but with the same laws and machinery now in force, we propose show ing that the best possible results may accrue without additional cost. Naturally we may conclude that the rail roads are worked and kept in repair by the best system. With them as our model, we give our plans. Let the county commissioners employ two, three, or more gangs of hands, each ga consisting of one experienced, relia ble, and trustworthy person as foreman, and eight or ten common hands. Furnish each gang with on...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 11 March 1891

THE MAN1NG TIMES. Published Fery Wednesday. S, A. NETTLES, EDITOR A.D PROPRIEToR. Terms: SUnsnmIos- RATES.-One copy, one year $1.50; one copy, six months, 75 cents one copy, three months, 50 cents. All subscriptions payable in advance. ADvyRTIsING RArs.-One square, first in qertion. $100; each subsequentinsertion, 50 cents. Obituaries and Tributes of respect charged for as regular advertise ments. Liberal contracts made for three, six, and twelve months. Com icarioss 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. Your Name in Print. -Miss Emma McClory, of Gourdins, is on a visit to the family of Mr. . S. Connor. -Miss Estelle Consor has returned home after a pleasant visit to frieads in Greeley Ville. -Mr. N. M. Johnson, of Manning, has moved his family to Marion and will repre sent the M...

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