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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 14 February 1894

S. A. RIGBY'S FIRE SALE. $5 000 Woil II GOODS Thrr n I Marie al a Scrilie Now is the time to secure sonw r Bargains for the Cash Very respectfully, S. A. RI BY Manning, k4.C. THE MANNING TIMES. -Q., APPETE.IA zdnWi'IR AND PROPRIETOR. Terms: Sumscrmon ReA~s.-One copy, one year $1.50; one copy, six months, 75 cents. -oue copy, three months, 50 cents. All subscriptions payable in advance. dDvzRT!SEG ATEs.-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. . ComrmAoTmoms must be acompanie 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 advei-tisement. For further information address LOUIS APPELT, Manning. S. C. Publishes all County and Town Official Advertisements. Wednesday, February 14, 1894 Your Name in Prmt. -Mrs. P. S. Hawkins, of ...

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. — 14 February 1894

AT IME TABRNAICLE. REV. bR. TALMAGE PREACHES ON A VISION OF HEAVEN. The Elaquent PreAcher Sp o.ke O Impres sons of Heaven-Wbat He Saw In a Dream-A Glowing De.cription-The L-sson and the Exihortatoa . BRo<xLYN. Feb. 4.-I the Brook lyn Tabernacle tbis forenOn the hymns, the Scripture lesson and the prayers, as well as the sermon, were about the future world more than about this world. Rev Dr. Talmige Look for his sub-ject "A Vision ot Heaven," the text being Ezekiel i,1, "Now It came to pass as I was among the captives by the river of Chebar that toe heavens were opened, and I saw visions of God." Expatriated and in far exile on the banks of the river Chebar, an affluent of the Euphrates, sat Ezakiel. It was there he had an Imm)rtal dream, and it is given to us in the Holy Scriptures. He dreamed of Tyre and Egypt. He dreamed of Christ and the commg heaven This exile seated by that river Cbebir had a more wonderful dream than - on or I ever have had or ever will have seated on the b...

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. — 21 February 1894

VOL& ix. MANNING, S. C., WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 18 WEBEWS WRONG-DOING. WHILE SCHOOL COMMISSIONER OF CHARLESTON COUNTY He Forced and Deraul-d-A Life of Much Promise B'be'ed-Tbe Supetritt Ddent gf Educai.Laj Darning Rporc-The Amonut o She rage. CoLrUmBA, S. C., Feb. 15.-Last sum mer Mr. John L. Weber of Charleston. who had been living in that city for many years, engaged in editorial worK on the Newb and CoLrier. was elected to a chair in Trinity College, North Carolina. Ee resigned his position as school commissioner of Charleston County ana his position on the News and Couner and left Charleston stand ing high in the estimation of a!l the neople of ttat city. He was known to ihe world as a high toned, honorable and high cultivated man. He was well known throughout South 3arolna and every one was sorry to see him leave, though all were glad to know of his risein life. It did not take long, however, for the terrible blow, which like the sword of Damocles, hung over the young man'...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 21 February 1894

T!E MAN1NN TI1LE. Manniing, S. C -LOUIS APPELT, Editor. Wednesday, February 21, 1S94.0 Judge Izlar was in Charleston last Friday, and to a number of friends announced his intention to run for Congress to fill W. H. Brawley's un expired term. Some of the newspapers in the State go into ecstacies whenever a jury fails to convict under the dis pensarylaw. The Edgefield (Slop Slinger) Chronicle says it takes from three to ten minutes for juries to ac quit. Co-operative cotton facto:ies are being built in North Carolina on the building and loan plan, and wherever they have been tried have given sat isfaction. Why can not the people of this county get up a co-operative cot ton mill? The frequent robberies in this county should arouse the people to take some steps to bring the robbers to a halt. There is hardly a week but what some depot, store, dwelling house or smoke house is broken into and robbed and the parties make good their escape. If this state of affairs continue, we believe hero...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 21 February 1894

S. A. RIGBY'S BIG FIRE SALE. $5,OOO Worlh I GOODS Thrili ie Marl al a Sacriice. Now is the time to secure some Big Bargains for the ash. Manning, S. (. THj MANNIWG TIMS. Published Every Wednesday. LOUIS APPELT, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. Terms: S CscnirTIO%' RrES.-One copy, one year $1.50; one copy, six months, 75 cents. one copy, three months, -0 cents. All subscriptions payalble in advance. ADvniR.TisIG RArs.-One square, first in A errton: $10-t each subsequentinsertion, ,;ertion. $1, Q0 Z 50 cents. Obituaries and Tributes of Respect charged for as regular advertise ments. Liberal contracts mmde for three, six, and twelve months. Coi'MU.IC&TIO'.%s Must be accompanied by, the rea nane and adress of the writer in order to receive attention. No communi cation of a personal character Vll be pub lished except as an advertisement. For further information address LOU IS AP>PELT. Manning, S. C. Publishes all County and Town Official Advertisements. Wednesday, February 21, 1894. Your Na...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 21 February 1894

AT TE TABERNACLE. REV. LiR. TALMAGE PREACHES UPON THE WORTH OF RELIGiON. AU InterestiDg atd EicquerxC Sermon From the Words of Solomoy.-"WfMdom I Better Than Rubie&"- The True Cbristf3n Spirit. BRoCKLYN., Feb. I.-In the Ttber nacle this f)r-noou Rev. Dr. Talmasge preached to a cro.wded audienice tbat flled the great build-ng to ove- fi 'elnz, the subject of his sermon being %-Rubies Sur pqed," and the text Proverbs vili, 11. "W:dam is better than rubies." You have all seen the precious stone commonly called the ruby. It is of dead red color. Tre B:ble ciahes much of it.. It glowed in the first row of the high priest's breastplate. Under anotber name it stood in the wall of heaven. Jeremiah compares the rulddy cheek of the N zarites to the rubv. Ezekiel points it out, i the robes of the-king of Tyre. Four Limes does &,%on use It as a symbol by whicth to exuol wisdom or reli gitzn, always setting its value as better than rubies. The world does not agree as to how the precious ...

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. — 28 February 1894

VOL. IX. MIANNING, S. C., WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 28, 19._ _N 1 HE LOST lIS NAME. QtUEER CASE OF A MAN IN AN ATLtN TA HOSPITAL Trying for Days to Renmvber Who He Was-He Could Recol'ect Bi Friende. but Not His Own P.rsoality. ATLANTA. Feb. 22.-Dr. Hale's "Man Without a Country" was not bait so bereft as the unforfunate individual at the Grady hospital without either a name or a past. Name, past, friends, home, even con science, were lest in the wreck. He awoke in a hospital ward with a new maind, through which vague, imperfect, ghostly, framentary visions were Ilit ting in confusing disorder. These ghostly figures seemed familiar and the lost mat, the stranger to hims-lf, clung to these torn shreds as the shad ows of his past. Out of i; all he bas eagerly tried to identify bimself or his past history. He has but partially suc ceeded. A f6w incomplete passages from his past have been established in his mind and he is safely on the way to finding himself. The pitiful spectacle that the lob...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 28 February 1894

LOUIS APPELT, Editor. Wednesday, February 28, 1894. The Greenwood Leader a news paper just launched upon the jour malistic sea, is well gotten up, neatly -printed, and we wish it much success. Senator McLaurin, recently elected to the United States Senate from Mississippi, is a cousin of Congress man John L. McLaurin, of this dis trict. The Senator is a South Caro linian, and was born in Marlborc county. I seems that South Carolina is not the only State where petty spleen is used against the officials in power Last Thursday Governer Hogg o: Texas was out bird hunting, and his political opponents swore out a war rant against him for violating the game law. The Governer gracefully .submitted to the arrest, and gave bondto meet histrial, and he says, if found guilty, will promptly pay the fine. Sheriff James P. Hunter, of Lan caster, has been appointed United Pates Marshal for the District o -ath Carolina. Sheriff Hunter is a "-ry popular man in his county, and the last election, altho...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 28 February 1894

S. A. RIGBY'S BIG FIRE SALE. 5Worli 01 GOODS Throw il Ile Mariel al a Sacritice. Now is the time to secure som Bargains for the Cash. Very resnectfuny, S. A . R I C B V. Manning, S. (2. THE MANNING TIMES@ Publi-sed Ecery Lae__ ? lay . LOUIS APPELT, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. Wednesday, February 2S, 1894. Your Name in Print. -Mr. J. E. Green, of New Zion, has gone to take a course at Clemson. --Mrs. E. P. Gedding,. of Pinewoo d, has been verv ill, but is now some better. -Mr. and Mr. Alfred D'Ancona left last Friday morning for Chicago, their future home. - R.O. Purdy. Esq., and R.D. Lee, Esq., of the Sumter bar, are in Manning atnud ing court. Manning " treated last Saturday to its first fall of snow to:' this season. Mr. C. L. Griain is erecting a handsome residence on his place near Pinewood. County Commissioner Geddings had the isfortune of losing an infant last week. Orange hams,. none better, always on hand, J. W. McLeod m. Attend service at the D aptist church next Sunday, and yon...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 28 February 1894

AT THE TABMUNACLE. "LIGHTNING OF THE SEA" THE SUB JECT OF DR- TALMAGE'S SERMON. Me Liken s J -Tourney Through Lh fe ;c a Sbip's Conree Throurb the Ocen-oOnr Worth Is Kown by the Goo Deens That Live AfterU& BRoOKLYN, Feb..18--1 the Brock lyn Tabeiuele this torenco Rev. Dr. Talmage preached an unusally attrac tive and elcquet gospci sermon to a crowded audience, who listeued wth ,Apt inteiest. Te subject w s "The Lightning of the Sea," the text seleted being Job xii, 32 "He maketh a path to shine atter him." *It for the nex-. thnusafnl ;car. erms ters (f religion yhculd I:m eb fr(M ihi: I-ible, tnere will yet b3 L. x,.s unex pounded ane unexplained wd una:,;re ciated. What linie has 'cen esid c cernig this chapter in Job from which my text is tken bears eu the c~atro versy as to wbat wag reallv the leva than described as cMturbi_ the sea What creature it was I know nol. S <2e say it was a whale. S .'i=e say it was a crocodile. My own opinion is ih was a sea monster nW f x. net....

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 7 March 1894

VOL. IX. MANNING, S C. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 71 ALL.N TO HEWITT. THE MISSISSIPPI 'HUMORIST TAKES HIS INNING. Patterson's Apology lor Southerners Re pudist-d by Aller, but the Apologist is Excused tar C.uine-Fles ftr Pa'rlot sam WASHINGTON. Feb. 28-In the course of his speech in the House today Representative Allen of Mitsissippi said: I was pained beyond measure to read a few days ago in the public press that Hon. Abram Hewitt of New York did not regard me as great as Calhoun, Slidell, Soule and some of the rest of those men who preceded me. (Laugh ter.) No, that is a revelation to me. I had never suspected that I was not as -great as those men, until Mr. Hewitt said so. (Lauguter.) Mr. Bryan: Maybe he does not know you personally. Mr. Allen: That is the trouble. He does know me personally. That is where it stings. (Laughter.) It is ut terly withcut excuse. The truth is, I regard Mr. Hewitt's remark as some what personal to me, because I was to have spoken at the very dinner at whichhede...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 7 March 1894

TZ MA ING TIMES. Nnnin3J3g, S. C. LOUTIS APPELT, Editor. -ednesday, March 7. 1S94. NRY C. TINDAL IN 1IIW The i.pture at Sunter of a Postoflice s Burner and 1'orger. n, S. C., March 1.-Henry Tindal, eC7o .,ex-postmaster of Packsville, Claren de-v )unty, was arrested upon a warrant 1 isl by United States Commissioner S. A. 'j N for forgery. The circumstances of U- ese are as follows: A short while back r just efore Tindal turned over the post- r offic ib J. M. Bradham, the new postoffice wa,- ,rned,.together with, as claimed by I Tial, most of the effects of the office, in cio-7g particularly the money order bl. book and postal note blank book and the - amp of the money order department u.- for officially designating the legality of,,e money orders and postal notes. Tir-;du, and another party were noticed to Sbe pretty flush of late and the suspicious of Pozamaster Bradham were aroused, and upo- investigation the, fact was disclosed that Tindal had been using the blank books by fillin...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 7 March 1894

HE MANNING TIMES. Published Eeery WedneCtky LOUIS APPELT, EDITOR AND PROPRlIETOR. Wednesday, March 7, 1S94. THE COULLIET 'ES ACqUITTED. Biggest Trial Ever Held in Clarendon - An Array or Legal 'lalent-A Four Days' Siege. When we went to press last week the court had just begun the ease of the State against J. H. T. Colliette ahd James J. Coulliette charged with the murder of Louis Touton DesChamps. From the opening of the case on Wednesday afternoon until its conclusion last Sunday morning. the court house was f-ll. This case was the loiest ever tried in Clarendon County and the in terest in it by the people did tiot abate un til the jury rendered its verdict. In order that our readers could form an idea of the magnitude of the trial we have attempte-l to give a brief synopsis of the testimony. id we published the whole of the testimony to gether with the speeches of the counsel and the oharge of the judge, it would have at least taken one hundred columns of matter set in the smalle...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 7 March 1894

AT THE TABERNACLE. ftEV. DR. TALMAGE'S SERMON ON THE HUMAN FACE. t *A XM1 W1,dom Maketh Ht Face to Shine-The Great Preacher Again Dis courses Upon a Unique SabJ c'.--A lap cf the Mind. BROOKLYN, Feb. 25.-In the Brook lvn Tabernacle this forenoon Rev. Dr. Tmage,chose for the subject of his ser - mon "The Human Face" and held his great audience fascinated with the charm of his eloquence as he discoursed on a subject of universal interest. The text was Ecclesiastes viii, 1, "A man's wis dom maketh his face to shine, and the boldness ol ai face shall be chaneed." or, as it mnay be rendered, "the scurness of his face shall be sweetened." Thus a littic change in our English translation brings out the better mean ing of ths text, which sets forth that the character of the race is decided by the character of the soul. The main features of Qur countenance were decided by the Almighty, and we cannot change them, bat under God we decide whether we shall have countenances benignant or baleful, ...

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. — 14 March 1894

VOL. Ix. MANNINGN S. C.O WEDNESDAY3 ARGII 14_ _N 3 THE CAMPAIGN OPENEI A BIG MASS MEETING AT ABBEVILL COURTHOUSE. John Giiy Evans and Sampsoen IPo Fired Their Opening Guns-What The Said-No Other Candidates Present Large Orc wd in Attendance. ABBEVILLE, S. C., March 9.-Nesi ly a thousana citizens were preEent o: last Monday to hear the gubernatoris candidates speak. It was quite a dis appoinment to the crowd that all of th candidates were not present, for th people were anxicu3 to hear and .com pare them. Messrs. John Gary Evan and Sampson Po-e were present an were most cordially received. The fol Jowing is Evats' speec: Mr. President and Fellow Citizens It is with much pleasure, comminglei with some embarrassment, that I hav accepted the invitation of your commit, tee to address you upon thj natitnal an btate issues which today confront ou people. I am pleased for the reasoi that I feel when I look into your hones: and so many familiar faces that I hayi your sympathy in the grand ca...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 14 March 1894

THE MA1NIMG TOES. LOUIS APPELT, Editor. Wednesday, March 14, 1S94. The re-appointment of Mowry as post master at Charleston seems not to be going through smoothly. The committee on post offices are investi gating charges that have been made against Mr. Mowry before reporting to the Senate on the appointment. The charges are not made by Till manites, but from those of Mowry's own political faction. Circuit Judge Simonton yesterday rendered an important decision in the railroad cases, which will, in part, atone for his past adverse decisions to the State. He decided that the railroad assessments are not excessive and that the railroads must pay their taxes. This means many thousands cf dollars to be paid to the State, and further laurels for Governor Tillman's administration. Last week we published a procla mation from Governor Tillman in which he offers one hundred dollars reward for the apprehension and con viction of the parties that burned Legg & Hutchinson's stables and Moses...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 14 March 1894

THE MANING TIMES. Published Every Wednesday. LOUIS APPELT, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. Wednesday, Mareh 14, 1894. Your Name in Print. -Mr. W. E. Reaves left yesterday for .Autryville. Ga. -Mr. W. G. King. of Mayesville, was in Manning this morning. -Mr. George L. Dickson returned home yesterday from the Charleston Medical College. -Mr. Abe Weinberg returned home from Baltimore last Saturday, where he has been studying dentistry. -Dr. W. M. Brockinton left yesterday for New York, where he has gone to take a post-graduate course in the New York Polyelinic and Hospital. We want our correspondents to send us the news regularly. The county board of equalization met in the court house yesterday. Louis Loyns has fresh bread from Charleston every Tuesday and Friday. The lodge of Knights of Pythias meets to-morrow night. Every member should be there. Every club should elect one delegate for every ten members that voted in the last primary. Joe. B. Gaymon, committed to jail by Judge Benet for perj...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 14 March 1894

* 3RM C;APAIGN (WPNED. [CONTINUED .SEOX PAGE ONE.] tends to destroy her cidzenis. The whiskey trafie has always been under the contr.l, not on!% cf the- ,,tate, but of the Unit. d 8ate i oernment. No man has been a'jwed to del. iri the stuff without c(.)mIr1lag wi. the stringent regulati'ons of our roveru ment. it is nbsur-i tben to ergule tbat we have deprived I idnco any dividual rignts. t am h St. the same, ruis apply as in dealing w ' an individual. n the Reformers came into p-wtE. --we found the old State dru n. The barkeeter ruled our largest eiries and evea delied and irnti mated on: high- :t onicias. E -ery bir room in Sot C.iroL.ua was a political club house and was r un in the interest of some politician. Oar -,oung men were a~lured tby beming tables aud fan cy drnks until their in was complete and t-bA State deprived -f hcr good citi zens. Do you te1I me this was not a proper subject. for lcz -!ation? We do . not pretend to legi.late for Ol old soaks whose babits are form...

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. — 21 March 1894

VOL. IX. MANNING, SC, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 2 IT 1S A GREAT VICL0RY. THE STATE WINS IN THE RAILROAD CASES. Judge Simontoa's Strong Decision Against the Rilreads-They Must Pay The!r Taxes and the Cost-Gov. Tillman Thin ki It Will End the flabt. COLrBrA, March 15.-The State of South Carolina and the present admin istration have gained a big and decisive victory in the fight with the railroads for the payment of taxes as assessed by the State Board of Equalization. Judge SimontoD, in a decision rendered at Charleston on Tuesday, the most im portant portions of which are published ordered that the South Carolina Road pay what is due the State and the costs of the proceedings. It is conceded that this decision is practically one against all the roads which have been resisting the payment, and the State government 1 now looks for the railroads to begin to settle without further fighting. It is not thought that any appeal will be taken to the Supreme Court of the United States. It is not necess...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 21 March 1894

THE MANNING TIMES. LOUIS APPELT, Editor. Wednesday, March 21, 1*94. Louis Kossuth, the Hungarian pa triot died last night. Hon. James E. Tindal has practi cally withdrawn from the guberna torial race. He is not willing to enter a scramble for the office. The nomination of Post Master Mowry was confirmed by the Senate yesterday. The now celebrated Breckinridge Pollard scandal suit is continuing to show the evils of high life in the na tions' capitol, and to say the least of it the case is one of the dirtiest ever carried into a court. Prof. Craighead delivered an ad dress last Thursday night in Charles ton at the commencement exercises of the Charleston Medical college. The address was certainly a literary gem, but, as usual, some of Charles ton's citizens were displeased. Prof. Craighead is at the head of Clemson college. Governor Tillman has gone to Washington to consult with the rev enue authorities with reference to the federal officers in this State seizing contraband liquors af...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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