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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 8 April 1891

THE MANNING TIMES. Mdaim "ing, 0. C% WEDNESDAY, APRiL 8, 1891. The Mystery Explained. AN UNNATURAL STORY. A mystery hung over the Trave's mansion. This was the finest resi dence in one of our seaport towns, and was the property of Mrs. Harriet M. Travers and her only child, Mary Travers. Her husband, Charles C. Travers, who had been a wealthy mer chant, died when Mary was quite young. In the mansion there was a room where old books, newspapers, broken furniture, and things of that sort were kept. One one side of the apartment was a large closet, in which something mysterious was hidden away, but no one, except Mrs. Trav ers, knew what it was. - Mary often questioned her mother in regard to the'object, but the invariable reply to these questions was: "Wait till I'm on my death bed. I'll tell you all about it then, but not before." This answer, unsatisfactory as it was, had to appease Mary. She knew that her mother was a Miss Melson before her marriage, that she .came from England, an...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 8 April 1891

THE MANNIG TImES. Published Every Wednesday. S. A. NETTLES, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. Terms: STBsc.nIrTIos RArts.-One copy, one year $1.50; one copy, six months, 75 cents one copy, three months, 50 cents. All subscriptions payable in advance. ADVErTISLNG R1ATES.-OnC square. first in sertion. $100; each subsequentinsertion, 50 cents. Obituaries and Tributes of IRespect charged for as regular advertise muents. Liberal contracts made for three, six, and twelve months. Cox.,ac&rriosNs 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-arther information address S. A. NETTLES, Manning, S. C. Your Name in Print. -Capt. J. A. McClure, of Sumter, spent Sunday in Manning. -Gen. Joseph H. Earle, of Sumter, was in Manning to-day. -Mr. F. 0. Miller left yesterday to visit relatives in Darlington. -Mr. Louis Loyns is improving rapidly, and expects soon to tak...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 8 April 1891

lLORIOUS EAS ER 1M0R1N! )R. TALMAGEON THE RESURRECTION OF JESUS 'Glor; to God in the Highest, anrd on Earth Peace. Good Will to 1e '" mortuary Honers to the Dead Poo: Atonement for Neglect to the Living. NEW YorK, March 29.-Dr. Tal nage preached an Easter sermon to his two audiences to-day. Both at the morning service in Brooklyn and at The Christian Herald service in New York, in the evening, the Academies of Music were bright with a profusion of flowers, Easter lilies being conspicuous. A se ection of music appropriate to the festi rai was beautifully rendered at each scr ice. The text of the preacher's dis ourse was Matt. xxvii, 6, "Come, sce he place where the Lord lay." Visiting any great city, we are not satisfied until we have also looked at its emetery. We examine all the styles of :enotaph, mausoleam, sarcophagus. :rypt, and sculp..ure. Her .s buried x statesman, yonder an o r, here a poet, out there an inventor, in some ther place a great philanthropist. But with how much ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 15 April 1891

VOL. vII. MANNING, S. C., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 15, 1891. NO. 17. STORY OF THE COOSAW. THE FIGHT NOW ON IN THE FEDE RAL COURT. Unexpected Appearance of the Attorney General--La3ing Out the Lines of Bat tle-The Argument of the Counsel Pro and Con. CARLEsTON, S. C., April 8.-Par suant to the order issued by Judge Simonton in the United States Circuit Court on Tuesday, the proceedings on the order to the Coosaw Company to show cause why the receivership cre ated by the State should not be made permanent were begun yesterday morn ing at 11 o'clock. The Court was opened for the ordin ary business of the term at 10 o'clock, but little was done, as e, erybody was waiting expectantly for the arrival of the hour when the cause now so famous in the judicial annals of South Caro lina, should be argued. The opposing counsel appeared in Court a few mm utes before 11, and taking their seats at the long table just in front of the clerk's desk quietly awaited the hour. When the portly form of Attorney G...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 15 April 1891

THE MANNING TIMES. Mann-nEg, s. C% S. A. NETTLES., Editor. FARMERS' Pilot,-.Ll0 . This is an off vear in wolitics, and the farmers can now meet and diR cuss matters pertaining to their ma terial welfare, without raising a howl from the professional politicians. A series of meetings has been arranged for the different alliances in this coun ty, and every member should make a special effort to attend these meet ings. Measures of importance will be discussed, and everything will tend to yield the greatest good. Our farm ers need a special organization, where by they may meet together, plan to gether, and in every way work for their common prosperity. The crops of the past two years have been unusually fine, and our farmers have made more money than ever before. They have got their money at a.much lower rate of inter est, and their provisions and other goods have been purchased at greatly reduced prices. Everything has been favorable, and we can see on every side an increased spirit of ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 15 April 1891

TWMANNNGTS TWENTY-THIRD S. C. V, The Doings and Sufferings of the Army in irginia the Summer of 1864. UY A SPROTT GUARD. Evans's Brigade now changed its name to llott's Brigade. Gen. Evans had resign ed on account (if I am coriect) of being thrown from a buggy in Charleston not long before the brigade left Sullivan's island for Wilmington. By this accident he was com pelled to retire from service. Col. Elliott, the gallant commander of Fort Sumter, was promoted to the rank of Brigadier General, and assigned to the command. Col. Elliott was a brave man and a gallant officer, but I believe now, as I believed then, that the mantle of that Brigadier Generalship should have fallen on the bhoulders of one equally as deserving and just as brave. Elliott's Brigade was attached to Gen. Bushrod Johnson's division, and continued a part of Oka division till the end of the struggle. lrac To rAcE wrr THE ENEY. After changing positions several times the 23rd was ordered with the restof the brigade...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 15 April 1891

THE MAGNTN TaES. Published Every Wednesday. S, A. NETTLES, EDITOR AND PROPRISTOR. Terms: SuBscEIPrION RArES.-One copy, one year $1.50; one copy, six months, 75 cents one copy, three months, 50 cents. All subscriptions payable in advance. ADvERTisING R.krE.-One square, first in sertion. $1 00; each subsequentinsertion, -O cents. Obituaries and Tributes of lespect charged-for as rcgular advertise ments. Liberal contracts made for three, six, and twelve months. Comtvxxcarzoss mnust be accompanied by the real na-ne and address of the writer in order to receive attention. No commui cation of a personal character will be pub isbed except as an advertisement. For further information address S. A. NETTLES, Manniug, S. C. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 15, 1891, Your Name in Print. -Mrs. J. A. Sprott, of Foreston, is criti cally ill. -Representative I. M. Woods was in town Tuesday. -Mr. W. K. Bell, of Hartsville, spent to day in town. -Treasurer S. J. Bowman is confined to his home by sickness. -Mr. F. C....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 15 April 1891

PUGUE OF LMIDELJTY. DR. TALMAGE DISCOURSES ON THE PREVALENT SIN. It Is Better for a "Man to Believe God Than the Eutire Human Race-What Great Men Think of thi, Bible-Argu ments Against This Plugue. NEW YoRK, April 5.-Continuing his course of sermons on "The Ten Pla gues of the Cities," Rev. Dr. Talmage to-day took for his sibject "The Plaaue of Infidelity." The discourse was daliv ered to large and appreciative pudiences at the Brooklyn Academy of Music in the forenoon and the New York Acade my of Mucsic in the evening, The text was Romans iii,: 4: "Let God be true, but every man a liar." That is if God says one thing and the whole human race says the opposite, Paul would accept the divine veracity. But there are many in our time who have dared& arraign the Almighty for falsehood. Infidelity is not only a plague, but it is the mother of pla gues. It seems from what we hear on all sides, that the Christian religion is a huge blunder, that the Mosaic account of the creation is an ...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 22 April 1891

VOL. VII. MANNING, S. C., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 22, 1891. SOME ALLIANCE NEWS. WHAT THE GREAT BODY OF FARMERS WILL DO OUT WEST. Both the Old Parties to be Abandoned Direct Statement from a Leading Official -The Order to Make its Own Fight with its own Candidates. . BALTIORE, April 15.-Hon. W. F. Willets, of Kansas, the lecturer of the National Farmers' Alliance, was in Baltimore yesterday. Mr. Willets has recently been at work in the interest of the alliance in New Jersey, and came over from Washing ton on his way to the eastern shore. He will address the local alliance at Royal Oak, Talbert county, this after noon and will spend to-morrow with Mr. IL D. Bradley, the lecturer of the Maryland State Alliance, at his resi dence, Linchester, Carroll county. Mr. Willetts is one of the alliance leaders and among the most conspi cuous members of the movement. He was for a long time thoroughly identi fied with the Kansas alliance before he was elected lecturer of the National Alliance, and no man...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 22 April 1891

THE IANNING TIlES.l Mana n ig-, S. C. S. A. NETTLES, Editor. LOW VALUES FOR TAXATION. There are two views to take of the report of the grand jury of Sumter county, which presented the bond of County Treasurer Keels as insufficient and recommended that he be not al lowed to perform the duties of his office till it was strengthened: either that the grand jury is ignorant of the value of the lands of their county, or that it was a species of political per secution. We prefer to attribute it to ignorance. The true blame rests upon the board of equalization and the auditor of last year. These men took an oath to see that the property of the people was properly assessed, and yet in the face of this oath this board of equalization swore that land that had been sold or could easily be sold for more than $12 per acre was worth for taxation only $3 an acre. And the auditor, though it was his sworn duty to see that all property was listed at or near its true value, -ntly acquiesced ip this equ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 22 April 1891

THE MANNING TIMES. MANNING, S. C. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 22, 1891, TWENTY-THIRD S. C. V. The Terrible Sdferings and Heroic En durance of the Confederate Army in Virginia in the Winter of 1864-5. BY A sPROTr GUAP. Just after the artillery attacks alluded to in our last, we again made a strangc and disagreeable, as well as a useless move. The 23rd was ordered to move to the ice house. a house about a half mile in the rear of the works, as we thought for a little rest, having been so long in the intrenchments and hav ing performed so much hard duty. About 11 o'clock the 23rd was relieved from the trenches by some North Carolina troops. We marched to this "ice house" and remained there till about dark, when we were ordered to move back towards the trenches. After moving a short distance we found the 23rd had to commence a new line of intrench ments about a hundred yards in rear of the part of the works we had just left that day. A HARD AND DANGEnOUCS NIGHT'S wor. On reasehing the place the of...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 22 April 1891

THE MANNING TIME. Published Ecery Wednesday. S. A. NETTLES, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. Terms: SunsCrPrIoN RArs.-One copy, one year $1.50; one copy. six months, 75 cents one copy, three months, 50 cents. All subscriptions payable in advance. ADVERTISfsG UrEs.-One square, first in sertion.$1 00t each subsequent insertion, 50 cents. Obituaries and Tributes of Rtespect charged for as regular advertise ments. Liberal contracts made for three, six, and twelve months. Comos5IcAToIs must be accoimapanied 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, APRIL 22, 1891. Your -Name in Print. -Mrs. W. M. Plowden is dangerously ill at her home near Manning. --Mrs. C. C. Redic and child. of Sumter, are visiting the family of Mr. H. A. Lowry. -Mrs. W. C. Chandler left here Monday night to visit relatives in Charleston...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 22 April 1891

DR. TALMAGE DISCOURSES ON LAW BREAKING. Polise Reports or New York and Brook lyn More suggestive Than Dante's In terno-Ways Outlined in which Chris tians Should Work to Arrest This Plague. N EW YORK, April12.-Dr. Talmage, in continuance of the course of sermons on "The Ten Plagues of the Cities," to day preached to large audiences in the Brooklyn Academy of Music in the fore noon and The Christian Herald service at the New York Academy of Music in the evening, on "The Plague of Crime." He took for his text Exodus vii, 20, "All the waters that were. in the river were turned to blood." Among all the Egyptian plaues none could have been worse than this. The "Nile isthe wealth of Egypt. Its fish the food. Its waters the irrigation of gar den and fields. Its condition decides the prosperity or the doom of the empire. What happens to the Nile happens to all Egypt. And now in the text that great river is incarnadined, It is a red gash across an empire. -In poetic license we speak of wars w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 29 April 1891

/- I 'r T VOL. Vi - VOL.VII. MANNING, S. C., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 29. 1891. _ ___ NO. 19. 1 .. . . . . ,I ir--., -a o o3- o rr n n n ir i monnw TILE REGENTS REPLY. TO THE CHARGES OF THE LEGISLA TIVE COMMITTEE. The Testinony Sait to be Mahily That of Discharged Employees--The Charge of Neglect of Duty by the Regents Denied -The Officers to Answer Separately. CoLr:lflIA, S. C, April 23.-Below we give the letter of the Board of Asylum Rlegents to Governor Tilliman in reply to the cnarges made against them by the legislative investigating committee. The letter speaks for itself: -To His ExceWlny, voc. B. R. Till man: "lhe committee appointed by the Legislature in lDecember last to ex amine into and report upon the condi tion and management of the Lunatic Asylum, has completed its work, and made its report to the E id eutive of the State. Inasn.uch as this reprt brings several charges directly against the Board of Regents, we deem it prop er in the outset to state t' - act that the inquisiti...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 29 April 1891

THE MANNING TIMES. wrnning, s. C. S. A. NETTLES. Editor. Gen. Hampton made a speech in Augusta last Monday, at the Confed erate Memorial service, and was the hero of the day. Florence is having a hot municipal election campaign. Some wild talk ing has been indulged in, and not a few free fights are anticipated before the election is over. Gov. Tillman has commuted to life imprisoument the sentence of Gib Wilson, colored, who was con victed at the last term of court in Sumter, of killing his wife, and who was sentenced to be hanged May 15th. The 'ury, judge, and solicitor al recom * . him to the mercy of or. The Louisiana Lottery company have wona point in their fight for an ex tension of their charter another twen ty-five years. They bribed both houses of the Louisiana Legislature last year to vote for their measures, but the Governor promptly vetoed the bill. Other complications arose, but the supreme court has decided that the question must be submitted to the people. An exciting ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 29 April 1891

THE MANN~ING TIME.U Publisihed Ecery Wednlesday. S, A. NETTLES, EDITOR AND PROiRIFTOr. Terms: Svnscrvn-rios iRTs.-One copY, one year $1.50; one copy, six months, Ih cents one copy, thrce niouths, 50 cents. All subscriptions payable in~ advance. ADVERTISING IUArE.-Ore square, first in sertion. $1 00- each subseuentinsertion, 50 cents. Obituaries and Tributes of Elespeet ch:irged for a. regular advertise mients. Liberal contracts made for three, sIx, and twelve months. Co xc TmoNs mist be accompanied byN the real na-ne and addrvss of the writer in: order to receive attenonl. No communi cation of a personal character will be pub ished except asaun advertisemiient. For further infornmton address S. A. NETTLES, \Ianning, S. C. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 29, 1891. Your Name ini Print. -Mr. W. J. Bradham, of Kingstree, spent last Monday in Manning. -Dr. Isaac Boyd, of Williamsburg, pass ed through town last Monday. -Master B. A. Johnson, Jr., arrived this morning. Weight ten pounds. -Mr. F. M. Sires...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 29 April 1891

DR. TALMAGE- SERMN. SAVING WISDOM COMPARED TO A PERFECT CRYSTAL. Zeligion Superior to a Crystal in Exact ness, in Transparene;. In Symmetry and in Beauty-Soulis of Sinners the Crystallization of Mercy. NEW YoRK, April 19.-The eager ness to hear Dr. Talmage's sermons at the Chiistian Herald services on Sun day evenings in this city continues un abated. As usual there was this even ing a dense mass of people waiting out side the Academy of Music long before the hour for commencement and every seat in the huge building was occupied in a few minutes after the doors were opened. Dr. Talmage had preached to an immense audience in the morning in -Ithe Brooklyn Academy of Music.' His -text was: 'The crystal cannot equalit" Job. xxviii: 7. Many of the precious stone of the Bibles . have come to prompt recognition. But for the present I take up the less valua ble crystal. Job, in my text, compares saving wisdom with a specimenof topaz. An infidel chemist or mineralogist would pronoance the la...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 6 May 1891

VOL. VII. MA NN-iNG, S. C., WED-NESDAY, MAY 6 81 O 0 DR. GRIFFLYS REPLY TO THE CHARGES OF THE INVESTI GATING COMMITTEE. Unjustly Condeunfl d Upon an ex-parte in yestigation-Re Has Seen but Lttle of the Testimony, and Makes a General Reply to General Charges. COLV1BIA, S. C., April 30.-The re ply of Dr. Griffin to the committee of inquiry has been submitted to the board of regents of the Lunatic Asylum and a copy was sent to The News and Con. rier Bureau this evening. Dr. Griffin begins by stating the con ditions under which the testimony con cerning him was taken, as follows: The committee sat with closed doors in the rooms of the board at the Asy lum. Of their proceedings I had no knowledge at that time. except from the fact that most, if not all, of the of ficers and attendants, some of the pa tients and a few formeremployees were exa'nined on oath. During the exam ination I was (alled before the commit tee. No statement of any matter of complaint was made to me, and my ex planati...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 6 May 1891

rann in g, S. C. A. NETTLES, Editor. The C. S. an N. railroad has been com to Darlington, and the first train was through from Sumter to Darlington week. This road will soon be com on to Bennettsville, and then there bbe another through line from Charles to. theNorth. ov. Tillman, in an interview with a re for an Atlanta paper, says that he fa free silver and tariff reform, but is op. to the sub-treasury scheme and the party movement. He believes that ajority of Alliancemen would oppose the ray if the subject were presented them clearly. The committee of arrangements for the ia Centennial have decided not to any decorations or devices to be used shall promote the political prospects Any person or party, or which shall give tennial celebration any political They won't blow anybody's politi trumpet. kJudge Hudson has filed his decision in Columbia club case, that the club must -out a retail whiskey license thte same other barroom. The decision is a one, and we believe it will be sus b...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 6 May 1891

THE MANNING TIMES. S, A. NETTLEN EDITOR AND PR1OP!RIETO1Z. Terms: SrssC-e-noe IRA.rS.-- Une copy, one ycar M .. 4 one coy, six montlis. 7i et:cu Co .me ---I must ,n ao and *i te rke n~re W a"r f.h rter in Orlor to recive attenton. No conurrnmi eation of a personl character will be pub For irther infomation resi S. A. NETTLES. Manning, S. C. WEDNESDAY, MAY 6, 1891, Your Namie in Print. --Mrs. J. A. Sprott. of Jordan, is very sick. -Mr. A. F. Beard, of Seloc. is danger onsly ill. Mr. John C. Davis. who has been very ill, is improving slowly. --Miss Rosa Elias, of Charleston, is visiting Miss Sallie Levi. -Miss Minnie Barnett, of Sumter, is visiting Miss Annie Lorvea. - -Mr. David Levi. of St. Paul, is in Man ning, on a visit to his parents. -Dr. J. M. Burgess, of Greeleyville, is in town. Dr. Burgess appears to be in ex cellent health. A new well has been dug in front of the Institute. Hail in large quantities fell in the fork of Black River yesterday. , Attention is called to the "wa...

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