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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 10 June 1891

TABERNACLE PULPIT. REV. DR. TALMAGE'SSERMON FOR ME MORIAL DAY. "I Will Say to the North, Give Up, and to the South. Keep Not Back"-Isalah xliii, 6, the Text-A Notable Discourse. BROOKLYN, May 31.-Yesterday hav ing been observed as Decoration Day, Dr. Talmage this morning preached an appropriate sermon. It was a novel and unprecedented service, as in different parts of the audience were many of those who had belonged to both Federal and Confederate armies, the subject having been previously announced, namely. "Two Garlands for Northern and South ern Grayes." Over the pulpit were two wreaths of beautiful flowers, and they were linked together, so that they were an object lesson for the subject present ed. Text: Isalah xliii, G-"I will say to the north, Give up, and to the south, Keep not back." Just what my text meant by the north and south I cannot say, but in the United States the two words are so point blank in their meaning that no one can doubt. They mean more than east and west,...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 17 June 1891

VOL. VII. MANNING, S. C., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 17. 1891. NO. 26. CAST THEM ON THE LORD. CHRIST WILL HELP YOU BEAR YOUR HEAVY BURDENS Dr. Talmage Jreaches an Eloquent Ser mon That Appeals to the Business Man, the Invalid, the Mourner and to All Humanit.T. BRooKLYN, June 7.-It is no new thing to the members of the Brooklyn Tabernacle church to have their pastor's eminence eknowledged by the outside world. But even they must have been gratified by the distinction conferred upon him since last Sunday. In listen ing to Dr. Talmage to-day, they were listening to the chaplain of the Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company of Massachusetts, in which office he was formally installed with due ceremony on June 1. The organization, which is two hundred and fifty years old, and the lineal descendant of an English organi zation dating back to the beginning of the Sixteenth century. has had many distinguished divines as chaplains, and the honor has always been highly appre ciated. The subject of Dr. Ta...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 17 June 1891

THE MANNING TIMES. Manni g, s C. S. A. NETTLES, Editor. WILL THE ALLIANCE HELP I The county alliance meets here Ju ly 2nd, next, and about as good thing as they can do for the benefit of its members and the people generally is to discuss some plan by which they can cause an increase of population and a greater demand for lands and products. It would be an easy matter to have several well paying industries estab lished here if the people would only come together, pull their purse-strings, and contribute as much as they are able to invest in sometbiag that iq bound some day to repay them with good interest At the coming alliance meeting the advisability of establishing a cotton factory should be discussed, andI a resolution adopted inviting everybody that feels an interest in the advance ment of the county, whetLor they be long to the alliance or not, to join in and assist in the establishment of a cotton factory in this county, the shares to be fixed at ten dollars each, a sum within...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 17 June 1891

THE MANNING TIE.S Publisked Every Wednesday. S, A. NETTLES, EDITOR AND PnorarsTon. Ternis: Sunscirn-r10o RrEs.- One copy, one year $1.50; one copy, six months, 7 cents one copy, three months, 0 cents. All subscriptions payable in advance. ADvinrTisiso RTEs.-One square, frst in sertion, $1 00; each subsequentinsertion, 50 cents. Obituaries and Tributes of Respect charged for as regular advertise ments. Liberal contracts made for three, six, and twelve months. Comrcoic&Tos must be accompanied by the real na-e and address of the writer in order to receive attention. No communi cation of a personal character wilt be pub ished except as an advertisement. For firtber information address S. A. NETTLES, Manning, S. C. Your Name in Print. -Mr. C. 0. Dunlap, of Chester, is visit ing his aunt, Mrs. S. J. Legg. -Miss Kennedy, of Williamsburg, is vis iting the family of Mr. J. E. Scott. -Mr. C. S. Matthieson, of Sumter, was in Manning yesterday on business. --Mrs. Mood, wife of the Rev. H. M...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 17 June 1891

MHE ALLIANCE GROWING. -lOW THE FARMERS LOOK UPON THE PEOPLE'S PARTY. !Lz Anomalous Situation-The Rteforuers are in Yet Out of a Third Party Move ment-President Polk's Personal Views --.rowth of the Order. NEW YOi-K, J une 8.-CoL L. L. [Polk, he president of the Alliance, has furn shed for publication the following tatement of his views of the nolitical ituation and of the Third Party move nent. He speaks, he says, not for the Aliiance. but as an individual: "The friends of reform throughout he country can have no quarrel with he Cincinnati Conference. Its action was a surprise to the public generally. [here was a general apprehension in he public mind that a body so hetero reneous in its character and represent ng so many phases of political thought ould not be so harmonious or homo ,eneous in its action. "The partisan press especially was )rofuse in dire prediction in this direc ion, but the result was a disappoint nent and, as I said, a surprise to the )ublic, for never in a delib...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 24 June 1891

VOL VII. _ M~~]NANNiNG, S. C., WEDN'%L ESDAY, JUNE 2.19._____ O 7 TALMAGE ON THE CIEEDS. HE GIVES HIS OPINION IN ANSWER TO MANY QUESTIONS. batan Himself Witm Chief lstiaator of the contiuvxvty Now ta;;ing in MIany Chuyches and Eartiwat Work for Christ Is the Rited3. DROOKLY.K. .1I-e 14.-Dr. Talmaie deait in his sermon this morning with the very timely to:ic-the Battle o! Creeds. After so long and exhaustive a discussion in clerical circles and in the secular press there seemed nothing more to be said on the subject. Dr. Talmage. however, has his own way of looking at all subjects, and eve, people who thought they knety all that could be said on both sides received light !rom the tresh and original contribution which he made to the controversy. His text was taken from Proverbs xxvi, 17. "He that passeth by and meddleth with strife be longing not to him is like one that taketh a do ( Dy the ears." Solomon here deplores the habit of rushing in between contestants of taking part in the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 24 June 1891

THE MANNING TIME, S. A. NETTLES, Editor. OUR POVULATION. Below is given the ofliil figures of the recent census of Clarendon county, which in ten years has gained an increase in population of 4,970. This is a very fair showing, but we hope that the next census will show an increase of double our present population: 1890. 18so. Brewington townhip, in cluding Foreston village. 755: 508 Calvary township .......... 2,038 1.636 Concord township......... 106 94 Donglastownship.......... 754 691 Friendt.hip township...... 2,601 1,860 Fulton township........... 1 ,70 1, 1; Harmony township........ 854 721 Manning township, includ I ing Manning town....... ,134 1,440 Midway township......... 820 1,039 Mount Zion township ..... 895 5 7 New Zion township........ 68 795 Plowdens Mill township... 1,187 955 Saint James township...... 1,423 951 Saint Mark township...... 749 7u-9 Saint Paul township....... 1,308 1,083 Sammy Swamp township... 1,296 1,02" Sandy Grove township..... 518 402 Santee town...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 24 June 1891

ANNING TIMES. Published Every Iednesday. S, A. NETTLES. EDrroR AND PROPRIETOR. Terms: SUBscRiPoTIO RATES.-One copy, one year $1.50; one copy, six months, 75 cents one copy, three months, 5) cents. All subscriptions payable in advance. AvEnsrxsiso RATs.-One square, first in sertion. $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. Comiru-icATioss 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. WIDNTESDAY; nUil 24,101 Your Name in Print. - Miss Carrie Wannock, of Orangeburg, is in Manning visiting Mrs. N. A. Hall. -Miss Fannie Burgess has been quite ill for the past week, but is now convalescent. -Miss Janie Bass, of Darlington, is in Manning visiting her sister, Mrs....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 24 June 1891

THE CON7ICT QUESTION. rESTIMONY WHICH GOES TO SHOW THAT THEY WERE BADLY TREATED .. Wheeler. Who Had Charge of the Convicts, Gives Some Testimony Which Reflects Gravel; on the Penitentiary Authorities-Au Investigation in Order, COLUMBIA, S. C, June 13.-The State f this mornirg publishes the following etter: As the convict question is up, lease give space in your valuable olumus to a few words I have to say bout the treatment of convicts at my ifferent railroad camps under Super atendent Lipscomb and under Superin endent Talbert. I have had charge of onvicts camps under both of them. I hope The State's correspondent at ,umter will not implicate me with Su erintendent Talbert as denials of his port. They only point I corrected as that of the dead convict. and what had to say was to the Board of Direc ors. I never denied that the convicts rere barefooted. 1 never disputed the act that the convicts starved all day at lumter. After starving all day in Sum er,l was almost certain-.that the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 1 July 1891

VOL VII. MANNING, S. C., WEDNESDAY, JULY 1, 1891. NO. 28. AT T11E TABERNACLE. DR. TALMAGE PREACHESON VARIOUS KINDS OF PRODIGALS. The Crew That We .Aluobt Saved-The Pardoacd Crimitai-The Godly Sorrow That Leadeth to iepteutance. BROOKLY.N. June 21.-I)r. Talmage's sermon this mormuin was an appeat to young men. Numbers of these come to the Tabernacle services, many of them from country homes, where they re ceived Christian training, which, in the temptations of city life, has been cast off. Dr. Talmage called .his ser ion "The Homesick Soul," and his text was from the parable of the prodigal son, Luke xv, 18, "I will arise and go to my father." gThere is nothing like hunger to take the energy out of a man. A hungry man can toil neither with pen, nor band, nor foot. There has been many an army de feated, not so much Jor lack of ammuni tion as for lack of bread. It was that fact that took the fire out of this young man of the text. Storm and exposure will wear out any man's life in time...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 1 July 1891

T X ANIG~ TMS. S. A. NETTLES, Editor. W = 71&T myL 1; loll The Cantwell case was argued be fore Judge Wallace in Charleston yes terday. The decision was reserved. A free railroad pass is a great lux ury, but it has too many dangers con nected with it for any member of the present Administration to accept one. It is bad policy, to say nothing of principle, for any one to accept such "courtesies," without rendering an equivalent return. The court in Rieiand county last week met with a sudden stop by an attorney objecting to the legality of the writs of venire for the grand and petit juries. Judge Fraser sustained the motion, and the jurors were dis charged. The taxpayers of Richland county, of course, have to pay for the and negligence of their offials to comply with the plain pro visions of the law. Quit borrowing-your neighbor's pa psr. Tak4 one of your own. The per is the editor's stock in trade, e means of his support, and no one with any pride about him will read it without p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 1 July 1891

THE MANNING TIMES. Published Ecery WVednesday. S, A. NETTLES, EDIro AND PROPRIETOR. Terms: SuBscRIPToN RTEs.-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-rES.-One square, first in sertion. $1 00; each subsequent insertion, 50 cents. Obituaries and Tributes of Respect charged for as regular advertise ments. Liberal contracts made for three, six, and twelve months. Coxxrmc&Tio-ss 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. IDISEDAY; JL ,19 Your Name in Prinl. --Miss Jessie Clark returned home from school last week. -Mr. Joe Strauss, of Sumter, is spending a few days in Manning. -Col. Jas. G. Gibbes, State land agent, was in Manning last Saturday. -Miss Fannie Bell, of Hartsville, is vis ...

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

UNCLE WILLIAMS PiCTURE. Vcte Wllian, last July Had his picture took, "Have It done, oi course," says I, "Jst the way you look!" (All dressed up. he was, fer the Barbecue and jubilee The Old Settlers helt.) So he Last he had it took. Lide she'd coaxed and begged and pleaa. Sence her mother went; But he'd cough and shake his head At all argyment; Mebby clear his throat and say: - "What's my likeness'mount to, hey, Now, with mother gone away From us, like she went?" But we'd projilck'd round, tell we Got It figgered down How'd we'd git him, Lide and me, *'-Drivin' into town; Bragged how well he looked, and fleshed rPound the face, and freshed With the morning air; and breshed His coat-collar down. All so providential! Why, Now he's dead and gone, Picture'pears so lifelike I Want to start him on Them old tales he ust to tel And old talks, so sociable, And old songs he sung so well 'Fore his voice was gone! Face is *ad to Lide, and they's Sorrow in the eyes Kisses it sometimes, and lays ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 8 July 1891

VOL. VII. MAN NING, S. C., WEDNESDAY, JUL .181 O.2 ASTRAY BUT RECOVERED DR. TALMAGE PREACHES ON THE NE CESSITY OF A REDEEMER. Beauty, Patbos and Comfoit Found i the Flifty-third Cbapier of Ialah---Hov and Why Men and Sheep Go Astray Whosoever Will. Let Him Come. BROOKLYN, June 28.-Dr. Talmage'; sei mon to-day is of so decidedly evan gelical a character as to prove conclu siveiv that while so many emineni preachers of the day are dritting awa3 from the old fashioned Gospel he re. mains firm in the paths of orthodoxy His subject is "Astray, but Recovered,' and his text, Isaiah lii, 6: -All we like sheep have gone astray: * * * anc the Lord hath laid on him the iniquity o us all." '"Within ninety years at the longest all wbo hear or read this sermon will be iu eternity. During the next fifty yearE You will nearly all be gone. The nexi ten years will cut a wide swath among the people. The year 1891 will to some be the finality. Such considerations make this occasion absorbing and mo men...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 8 July 1891

THE MANNING TIMES. Man 1in g, S. C S. A. NETTLES, Editor. WIDAYI JULY so 18011 The State Alliance meets in Spar tanburg on the 22d inst. It is thought that Chief Justice Fuller will render his decision in the Coosaw case in a few days. Oae colored and three white men were executed by electricity in the New York State prison yesterday. Hannibal Hamlin, vice president of the United States under Abraham Lincoln's first term, died at Bangor, Me., on the fourth of July. Governor Tillman has offered $250 reward for the capture of Darus Kelly, charged with the murder of Editor J. D. Shaw, of the Bishopville Eagle. Some parties in Charleston are ing to test the constitutionality of eact of the Legislature requiring a license for the sale of pistols and car tridges. Governor Tillman has notified Sec retary of Interior Noble, that unless be can give South Carolina its share of the appropriation for agricultural and mechanical colleges in accordance with the act as passed by the Legis lature, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 8 July 1891

THE MANNING TIMES. PldIht Ie (7Ecr Wednesday. S. A. NETTLES, iroR: AND PROPRIETOR. Terms: SursiruXrIoN RATES.- 0i11- COpy, one year $1.50; one copy, six months. 75 cents one copy, three iioiths, 50 cents. All subscriptions pavable in advance. .ADvElrTisING rt.%Ais. - One square,. first in sertioit, $1 Ot each subseqet iserti, 50 cents. Obituaries and Tributes of Respect charged for as regular advertise ments. Liberal contracts made for three, six, and twelve months. CoMMUiCAvIoNSs mu111st be accompanied by the real na-ue and address of the writer in order to receive attention. No comiunui eation of a personal character will be pub ished except as an advertiseient. For further information address S. A. NETTLES, M1anning. S. C. Your Name in irint. -Maj. A. Levi will leave Friday for a pleasure trip North. -Rev. W. E. Barre is off on a pleasure visit to Bisbopville. --M1r. R. K. Gasque has gone to George town on a business trip. --liss Clara Huggins left yesterday to visit relatives in...

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

THE ALL11ACE'S STAND. PRES!DENT STOKES TALKS OF THE 11NEW PEOPLE'S PARIY. The Aiilance Will Not Endorse It: bnt Denocratic Leaders Must Paz More At tention to Alliance Demands--The Mat ter of Candidates Must be Conidered. ORANGEBURG, S. C., June 26. Ever since the thir.1 party was promul gated there has been a certain amouut of curiosity thoughout the state and elsewhere as to how Dr. J. W. Stokes, president of the South Carolina State Alliance, stood on the matter. This curiosity has amounted to anx iets and every once and a while some one of the state's weekly journals comes out with the great question of the hour: "How does the president of the Alliance stand on the third party question?' To satisfy these papers and the public generally, your correspondent visited President Stokes at his office yesterday and asked his views concerning the third, or people's party. Dr. Stokes seemed perfectly willing for a chat, and what he had to say I give as follows: "It does seem that our news...

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

VOL. VII MANNING, S. C., WEDNESDAY, JULY 15. 1891. NO. 30. GOSPEL OF THE WEAiTHER. DR. TALM AGE PREACHES ON THE COMPLAINTS ABOUT THE RAIN. The Wonderful Imagery of the Book of Job.How the Study of It 1Ha% Made Weak Men Into Infidels -Never Wade Into a MysterY Over Yout Head. BROOKLYN, July 5.-Dr. Talmage's sermon today is on a kind of gospel in which few people believe. The weather is a common object of complaint and fault finding, but Dr. Talmage finds a gospel in it, which today he proclaims from the text, "Hath the rain a father?" Job xxxviii, 28. This Book of Job has been the sub jett of unbounded theological wrangle. Men have made it the ring in which to display their ecclesiastical pugilism. Some say that the Book of Job is a true history; others, that it is an allegory; others, that it is an epic poem; others. that it is a drama. Some say that Job lived eighteen hundred years before Christ, others say that he never lived at all. Some say that the author of this book was Job; ...

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

TEE MANNING TIMES.I wrann in g, S. C. S. A. NETTLES, Editor. WDIEAY, JIRY1,8L Col. Robert Aldrich, in a speech at Midway last Saturday, ad vocated the demands of the Alliance, including the sub-treasury. He be lieves the sub-treasury bill to be con stitutional, and is the only prominent lawyer in the State that has given such an expression. There is a strong probability that Manning will soon be connected with the C. S. & N. railroad by a branch to Silver. The matter is now under consideration by parties that are in a position to make this important con nection, and Manning should do all in its power to encourage this project. A road to Silver means a competing road with the one we already have, which would give this town an equal advantage with Sumter and other towns that have competing roads run ning through them. At last we are beginning to realize what we have been longing for and advocating with all our might. In issue after issue of the TnLss we have endeavored to point ou...

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

THE MANNING TIMES. j tI1I i ,7 Eii- I I ,x <( 7t iti S A.NETT1,ES, A-~it.ND l':l hT . SSuienwri' 1iF.s. - ipt y onc- vyeair $1 .40: 'I'on, vcoy, sni :nonthit 5 e.nts 4;1w cotNv. thre- 1:inths, 50 cents. All subscriltions p.ayable in advance. ADVErTSTNO 1.c-r s.- Onv squa;1re, . first in Srton. %%1 &1;* each subsequent insation. 50 cenlt. il-itnaries and Tributes of lvspeet carged for . reglar advvrt. 1ents. L-i0a coLntracts nt:ide for thrve, ix. and twe le months. COMt It .4nTIO\- Intnst be accOn1ipaied by the real na-ne and allress of the writtr in order to rre-ive4\ at-tion. No -onmununi Cation of a persona! charact-r will be pub ishd ecet aLS anl advertiseteru~zt. For further infoniation addr5 S. A. NETTLES, Manning, S. C. Your Natue in Prin. - Dr. \V. E.1-4wn b-ft la-t we-k for Glenn Springs. - Miss Elnia Davis is quite ill at her fath er's residence near town. --Mr. and 'Mrs. S. 'M. Clarkson left ves terday morning for a trip to the mountains. -1Hon. J. F. Rhame and fami...

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