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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 10 January 1894

THE MANNING TIMES. Published Every Wednesday. Terms: SussCRIrTIO RATE.-One copy, one year $1.50; one copy, six months, 75 cents. one copy, three months, 50 cents. All subscriptions payable in advance. A!aTtsiNG RATEs.-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 thrce, six, arak twelve months. Conxtuicx'ro\ss must be accompanied by the real naune and address of the writer in order to receive attention. No communi cation of a personal character will be pub lished except as an advertiFemenit. Publishes all County and Town Official Advertisements. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 10, 1894. Your Name in Print. -Mr. Behall, of Philadelphia, spent a few (lays of last week with his uncle, Mr. 31. Levi. -Mrs. Ellen Iseman and children, of Spartanburg, are in Manning visit ing Mr. M. Levi's family. The campaigh lie-ball has started to roll. Remember the tax-books close on the la...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 10 January 1894

BLOCKING BUSIN ESS. REPUBLICAN FILIBUSTER3 ASSISTED BY DEMOCRATS. cAtchlogt" R Noutto: Providing frr lin mediate Consideration of the Tarifi 31 F s for .Luk of a Quornun-A Blue Outllock. WASHINGTON, -Jan. 5.-The filibug tering of the last two days had the el feet of bringing a large attendance to the House today. In spite of the rainy weather, there was a crowd in the gal leries, and there appeared to be a pret ty full representation on the floor. The Democratic side of th3 chamoer was far from overfl)wing, although Col. Ike Hill, the assistant sergeant-at arms, wno is generally known as the Democratic "whip," had succeeded, as he thought, in securing the attendance of twenty-eight Democrats who had been absent yesterday. Immediately after the reading of yesterday's journal, Boutelle tried to resume his tactics of yesterday and the day before. By his efforts to obtain consideration for his Hawaiian resolu tion. he precipitated a sharp contest with the Speaker. Catching4 was trying t...

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 January 1894

VOL. IX. M3ANNING, S. C., WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 17, 1894. NO.25. LMST WEEK IN WAGNER. A GRAPHIO STORY OF THE BOMBARC MENT OF THE FORT. Diary of Lient. Col. J. G. PresileY, Com manding Tweny-firh Scath Carolina Volunteers in the Fort Durtcg the Last Week of the Bombardment. To the Editor of The News and Cou rirer: In the acc'unt of the unveiling of the monument to the Confederate dead, erected by the ladies of Orangeburg County, published in The News and Courier of October 19, 1893, your Co lumbia correspondent used the following language in reference to the Edisto Ri fles and the St. Matthsw's Rifes, two compamies of the 25th South Cat olina volunteers, which I bad the honor to lead in more than one bloody engage ment in the civil war, in which these companies covered themselves with glory and were conspicuous in winning undying fame for the whole regiment. You say: "They were in the battle of Secessionville in June, 1862, and in 1863 served in garrisoning Battery Wagner the Edisto Rif...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 17 January 1894

THE MANNING TIMES MamiixigL3M, s. C. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 17, 1894. A Parting Word. The field of journalism has beer to me most pleasing and inviting any it is with the greatest reluctant that I leave it. My affections hav been so interwoven in The Manninh Times that in retiring as its edito and proprietor I feel as if humaj chords of love are broken. I hav worked hard to make the paper success-a- model of a countr weekly. Financially I have hai nothing to complain of, and as to it success otherwise, my subscribers ar the best judges. I have alway aimed to publish the news as I foun, it, without regard to fear or favor nor have I ever wilfully published a: item that I believed was untrue c tended to injure society, neither hay I ever allowed malice to dictate word in my columns. I-have sold the paper to Mr. Lour Appelt, who for four years has bee connected with the paper. Much < its success has been.due to his'effort Our relations have been exceeding] pleasant. As an employee, I ha...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 17 January 1894

THE MANNING TIMES Pblished Every Wednesday. Terms: SrscIrTION lATE.- One copy, one ye $1.5); one copy, six months, 75 cent one IC op, three months, :o cents. A sub..s.riptions inavable in advance. :X 1vx:miI\ l.r s.-C-O e square. first il ~ .Wents. Obituaries and Tributes < .e et chiarged for as regular advertis uen:s. Liberal cautracts made for thre six, ;,ad twelve montbs. CoC::ceTrioxs must be accompanied I the real n:riie and address of the writer i 4ai :'r to receive attention. ), coiUUfl e.LIOl of a personal character will Le pul lis.,ed except as an advertisemlenIt. Publishes all County and Tow Official Advertisements. WEINESDAY, JANU7ARY 17, 1.4. Your Nante in Prins. Mr. W. K. Bell loft yesterday foi his home in Hartsville. -Miss Taylor, of Charleston, is vis iting relatives in Manning. --Miss Annie Ridgeway, of Charles I'n, is visiting friends in Salem. Mr. S. E. Ingram and ftniily hav moved to Manning and are occupying; the Connor house. -I-Mr. S. P. Barrett, from the D...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 17 January 1894

THE FARMERS COLLEGF. C7GLEMSON'S TRUSTEES HOLD THEIR ANNUAL MEETING. Officers E'ected and Cnmnttte s So'ect-d Tbe R-SIgnatton of Prof. , provements to bi M.dM-Tba Rtaah of App'i.cants for Admtssion. COLUMBIA, S. C. Jan. 14.-Governor Titlmau and Secretary of StateTindal returned yesterday from tne annual meeting of the Board of Trustees of Clemson College. The board met on Weine-day night, every member itetng present. It continued in s-esion :)t Tnursday and until late Thursday night, practically holding all night ses sions. There was a mass of business to con sider and act. upon, and the trustees preferred getting through with it te putting It off to another inetting. The board re-elected Co!. R. W. Simpson chairman and Dr. P. H. E. Sloan sec retary ani tre:surer. The following executive cortui te composed of men who live nearest the institution was elected: Col. RL. W Simpson, D K. Norris, Col. R. E Bow en, Hon M. L. Donoldson and Col. D. F Bradley. - The committee in charge of the...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 24 January 1894

VOL. IX. K MANNING, S. C., WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 24, 1894- NO. 26. TO FIGHT IN THE WOODS THE LAST RESORT OF THE SPORTS IN FLORiDA. Final Manifesto c the Duval Athletic Club-Coibatt ard M1itcheii to Meet Under a Ttnt-Authoritics on the Alerto JACKSONVILLE, Fla., Jan. 17.-The 'fight will not take place in Duval county unless the ccurts restrain the sheriff. Sheriff Brownard declares that he will obey the Governor. There has been a good deal of guessing as to what the sheriff would do among those who did not know aim. Some say that he would see his lawyers and do what they told him to do; others said that he would not interfcre, because his law yers had already told him that he Lionld lay his bondsmen liable to a suit for damages and that he would diso bey the Governor to protect them. The sheriff does not believe that there Is any danger of a suit for damages in case he interferes, and that if time does-develop a case that it will prac tically amount to only a farce, because the club wil...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 24 January 1894

THE XANNING TIMES. 3&Man inig BW . CL WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 24, 1891 Governor Tillman is in Washington looking after the direct tax fund, and he will appear before the House Judiciary committee to explain the attitude of the railroads in this State that are in the hands of receiver. The South Carolina delegation are trying t.) get Congress to take some action in this matter, and the Governnr is there assisting them. We hear the cry of hard times from severy corner, and yet we notice there is aigood amount of cash in circula. tion. Just let an article in a store he advertised at a price the people consid er cheap, and it will not be long before the hand will go down into the pocket for the necessary cash. The cash trade Is better in Manning this Janu ary than it was this time last year and our merchants' cash books will prove it. It is. being whispered about con siderably that Hon. James E. Tindal will be offered a professorship in Clemson College. Mr. Tindal would be an ornament in...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 24 January 1894

THE MANNING TIMES. P'ulisheJd E ery W Jednesday. Terms: Se nerl i 'TION 1LATEs.--On e copy, one year $1.50t one copy, six months. 75 cents. -, copy. three months, 50 cents. All s.l-seri ptions payable in advanc-e. .I~ um-isiso RrFS.- One square. first in nin, $1 00; eac-h subsequent insertion, .to cents. Obitnaries and Tributes of laeert chargl4 for as regnlar advertise m:t s. Lib-ral contracts muade~ for three, is, :mid t web-e mioths. C w s must be accompanied by -1 -e:l n:une and address of the writer in mr-r to r-eeive atteltion. No communi re:ionf a personal character will be pub ;1ed except as an advertisement. Publishes all County and Town Official Advertisements. W E DNESDAY JANUAR Y 24, ISM. Your Name in Pril. -Mrs. Rosa Weinberg is visiting relatives in Darlington. - Mr. Barron Grier, of the Kingstree har, wias in Manning last Saturday. -Mr. Mver Levi, of Rutherfordton, N. C., is in Manning visiting his par ents. - -Mrs. C. F. Sansbury and c hildren 14Lt last Monday to vis...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 24 January 1894

A l111 IABP.RN CULE "WHERE'S MOTHEN?" WAS REV- DR. TALMAGE'S SUBJECT SUNDAY. A Queen Unto G -d For. v.r-0:d FashIoned Mothers IRestlug In a G ud, Eisv. Com fortable Heaven aL d Waitlg atte Path ace Wirdow For thtr L,-ve d Oaes. 8Ro0LYN, Jan, 14.-This novel and unioue turj c. was preseotedby Dr. Talinaze tils rorenooa to the usual tbrongs crovdiun the largest Protestant chureh in America. The congregation led by orzao and c rnet. sang a gcepel hymn to the zur:e of -Home. Sweet HEome." Tex!, Ju,'-es v, 28, "The mother of Sisera locked out at a win dow." Spiked to the rcuna of Jel's tent lay the dead cotmlaner in chief of the Canaanitish Los', General Sisera, not far from the river Khon, which was only a dry bcd of peb >s hen in 1889, in Palest-te, we crossed it, but the gu! lies and iay:ies uh-ch ran into Lit u. cated the possibihty cf freshets Lke the one at the time of the text. General Sisera had gone out with 900 iron chariots but he was defeated. and, his chriot whels interloc...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 31 January 1894

vn4. d, AN IG . ,N 1T~TTV MANNING, S. C. WEDNESDAY. -JANUALY 31, 19.___N.7 A RIOT 01 CUIRLESIUN. THE STATE CONSTABLES SAVED BY T HE POLICE From a Body of Anay Cizns, Who Wanted to LTnch Them-One Man Wcanded-A Lawyer Sent to the Station Honsw. CHARLESTON, S. C.. Jan. 25.-The predicukon that the enforcement of the amended Dispersary Act would result in bloodshea was very nt-arly veritied yesterday af. roon, whe. Vander herst street r. .s packed with a crowd of cinzens angF e. at a fivng rumor that one of the constables, while raid ing the grocery store of H. Nolte, at 26 Vandorhorst street, had struck me wife of tbe propietor. The charge asi one whtch never fails to excite tue righteous indignation of men to tc higbest pitch, and when to it is added the animosity which is directed to wards the law and tne bitter hatred with whic the constables are regarded by many people, there is ri~le wonder that the passion of the cr'wd rose al most to frenzy and maoae the people wild iv their desi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 31 January 1894

TEE MANNITG TMES FWEDNESDAY. JANUARY 31. 1894 The Campaign Need Not b Stormy. The political pot has begun to boil and from now on to next Novembe we will hear politics and a olenty o it. Those watching the political skie. predict rough and stormy times. The: seem tothinkthe main part of th, campaign will be the battle betweei Senator But ler and Governor Tillman Both are candidates for senatoria honors, and both are fine stum -speakers. Senator Butler is looke as the exponent of the conserva -Uie faction, although that faction I in love with the Senator's recen - 4baticjactics, and they would pre -*to place their standard in othe hands. It is a case of neck or n eef with them, and they must tak Butler or get no one to make thei fight. They repudiate him now, bt when the time comes to vot wi vote for him, even if they have t Mkf a wry face at the time. Th higis is anything to beat Tillman, b( teause at Tillman's door they la the blame of their present politice exile. Governor Tillman...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 31 January 1894

THE M IMG TMES. Published Every Wednesday. Terms: SrnscrarTio- RuTEs.-One copy, one year $1.50; on'e copy, six months, 75 eents one copy, three months, 50 cents. Al subscriptions payable in advance. ADvFTISING RATE.-One square, first in sertion, $1 00; each subsequent insertioi, 50 cents. Obituaries and Tributes of Respect charged for as regular advert'se ments. Liberal contracts made for three, six, and twelve mlonths. . 00(~.Mmsi.1 must be aceo'U) Jauwitd b the real na-nie and address of the writer in order to receive attention. No conwinni cation of a personal character will t6 pub lished except as an advertisement. Publishes all County and Town Official- Advertisements. WE)NES)AY. JANUARY 31, 18S. Your Name in Pritil. Rev. Mr. Sublett, of Georgia, was in Manning yesterday. aj XW. F. B. Iaynsworth, of the Sumter bar, was in Manning yester day. Miss Theresa Haas of Brunswick, Ga., is inl Manning visiting her sister, Mrs. S. M. i3arlield. -Mr. J. E. Green of New Zion was in tow n1 ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 31 January 1894

A[ lut TABE1RNACLE, REV. UR. TALMAGE PREACHES UPON "THE BARE ARM OF GOD God did not so Much -. Ltft a Finger to .Bring forth Light- & S upendous Uder taking..med (c1 God' Bare Arms. BrtoOKLYN. jan: 21-Sxgularly an proprnte aLci impretsive was the old gospel bin-n as it was sunz this morn ing by the thousands or Brooklyn Taber Lacled, led on by cornet and organ: Arm of the Lord, awake! awaked! Put on thy strength, the nations shake. Rev. Dr. Talmasge took for his subject "The Bare Arm o, GOd." t.e text being Isaiah iii. 10 "The Lord bath made bare hi.holy arm." - It almost takes cur bieath away to read some of the Bible imagery. There is such bokLess of melapbor in my text that I have been for some iime getting my courage up4 to preach from it. Isaiah, the evanuelisuc prephet, is soanding the jubilate Lf our planet redeemed and cries out, 'The Lord bath made bare his holy arm." W bat overwhelmine suagestive ness in that bgure' of speech, "The bare arm of God!" The people of Pales...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 7 February 1894

VOL. IX. MANNING, S. C., WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 7, PASSED BY THE HOUSF. THE INCOME TAX GOES THROUGH AS AN AMENDMENT TotheTar;ft B'l1-Many Amendmcta to tbe Internal Revenue Eifi--General De base Closed Yesterday. WASHINGTON, Jan. 30.-The House very promptly went into committee of the whole to consider the tariff bill this morning on motion of Richardson of Tennessee, having dispensed with the call of committees for reports. The consideration of the income tax bill was resumed and Covert (Dam.) of New York, took up the thread of his argument against it. He declared that the bili was ex remely sectional in its provisions and would bear with par ticular severei-v on the North and East. Cox (Dem.) of Tennessee, spoke ia defense of the in-om; tax. Bartle" (Dem.) of New Ycrk, in de nouncing tMe b.il, sa'd it was proposea by a braich of the Democratic party which affiliated with tne Populist par ty and demanded the free coinage of both gold and silver at the present ra tio. Lafe Pence, the Pop...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 7 February 1894

THE MANNING TIMES. Mannin g, S. C. LOUIS APPELT, Editor. Wednesday, February 7. 1s94. The tariff goes off of sugar. This is sweet news, sure. The Louisiana lottery is trying to work its way into the State of Flor ida. The Wilson tariff bill has passed the House. The Senate will soon begin wrestling with it. George W. Childs, editor and pro prietor of the Philadelphia Ledger, died last Saturday. He was a good man, and his charities will long be remembered. If the income tax survives the Sen ate all annual incomes of over four thousand dollars will be taxed, which will make the bloated bond-holder pay taxes as well as the man who pulls a bell line over an ox in the fields. Mr. Hornblower, the man nomi nated by President Cleveland as as sociate justice of the supreme court, and whose nomination the Senate rejected, was married last Wednes day. Senator Hill did not attend the wedding. Because Governor Tillman will not express his choice as to who should be the next Governor the Conserva...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 7 February 1894

Published Every Wednesay. LOUIS APPELT, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. Terms: Sti'nscrPTio RF-xs.-One copy, one year .1.50; one copy, six months, 75 cents. one copy, three months, 50 cents. All subscriptions payable in advance. ADvEirTIsl R.Tms.-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. ComxmiIc&Tio-ss must be accompanied by the real na-ne and address of the writer in order to receive attention. No communi eation of a personal character will be pub lished except as an advertisement. For further informati on address LOUIS APPELT, Manning, S. C. Publishes all County and Town Official Advertisements. Wednesday, February 7, 1894. - Your Name in Print. -Mr. W. W. Legg, of Tenne ssee, is in Manning. -Mr. A. C. Davis left last Mon day for Brownville, Tenn. -Mrs. Lula Heiser, of Sumter, is visit ing the family of Mr. S. A. Rigby. -Mrs...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 7 February 1894

AT IRE TABERNACLE. bR. TALMAGE PREACHES A SERMON OF REMARKABLE POWER. An Old-Fahtoned Plea Couched in SuZr paising Etcquence-The Feast Proposed by .Divlne Power Au Earnest Perora tion. BRocxLYN, Jan. 28.-The usual large audience assembled in the Taber nacle today and listened to a sermon of remarkable power and interest by Rev. Dr. Talmage, the subject being 6-restivity." The text selected was Luke xiv, 17, "Come. tor all things are now ready." It was one of the most exciting times in Engbsli history when Queen Eliz%. bath vaBited Lord Leicesttr at Kenil worth castle. The moment of her ar rival was considered so important that all the clocks of the castle were stopped, so that the hands might point to that one moment as being the most significant of all. She was greeted tothe gate with foating islands and torches and the thun der of cannon and 5reworks that set the mignt ablaze, and a great burst of music that lifted the whole scene into perfect enchantment. Thea she was introduced ...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 14 February 1894

VOL. IX. MANNING, S. C., WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 14, tol as though he was going to fire, about the time Massey fired. Ballew held on to his pistol. Jackson grabbed him by the hand and pulled him up from the ground. He left his pistol on the ground. About that time a lady raa out. He was in a sitting posture and she grabbed him over the neck and said "don't kill my man." She asked us to bring him to the house. We told her we could not just then as we have to put down our arms which would put us at a disadvantage. Millwood Burgis? and Jackson brought him in the house. We then went back into the hollow for the man who first hol lowed he was shot. Not finding ihim we carried the lamp back to the man we borrowed it from and wanted to get where we could notify the Coroner. I with Deputy Dean,Jackson and Pear son went to Wellford. I think Baliew died in the field near his house. There were five constables and four or five private citizens. Perry Moore says: I was in bed as leep at this, my hou...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 14 February 1894

TEMANNING TMESS LOUIS APPELT, Editor. Wednesday, Februaryv 14, 1194. The federal election laws have at last been repealed. The Wilson tariff bill will have a 7d time getting through the Sen Hon. John-R. Jeffries, of Union, a e3mber of the Legislature, and one the trustees of Clemson College, .ied last Saturd'y. The State has received enough ! )mev fron tM issuing of commis 5 public to pay the . 3 >rthrop, a Confeder general, died last ..~ra: Confederate soldier's ?.,me at ikesville, near Baltimore. When the Alliance representatives sid -last fall that the repeal of the '-herman silver purchasing clause was conspiracy to force the government > issue bonds, they were denounced y the friends of the administration "s alarmists and ]iars. Secretary carlisle has issued bonds all the -ame, and is now engaged in making excuses for his act. Dr. J. W. Stokes has been put for waid as the Reform candidate for Congressman Brawley's unexpired term. Charleston defeated him be fore, and if, h...

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