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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 21 March 1894

THE XANhTG TIMES. Published Every Wednesday. LOUIS APPELT, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. Terms: SunscarTIos RATE.-One copy, one year $1.50; one copy, six months, 75 cents. one copy, three months, 50 cents. All subscriptions payable in advance. AnvDir1s=G RkTs.-One square, first 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. CoXXuszcaTross must be accompanied by the real name and address of the writer in order to receive attention. No comnuni cation of a personal character will be pub lislied except as an advertisement. For further information address LOUIS APPELT, Manning,-'. C. Wednesday, March 21, 1894. Your Name in Print. -Mrs. C. F. Sansbury has gone to Flor ence on a visit to her parents. -Mrs. W'alter Hall, of Florence,. visited relatives in Manning last week. The work on the brick buildings in . Manning is progressing rapidly. The bank's safe a...

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

TH[E SCAPE OF I"'L. DR. TALMAGE DESCRIBES IT IN HiS MCS1LE SERMO.10N He Chose a-4 HM ' et "*U ppPe 't t Sezviceb"--How Gr-ai IR'u NitI aan on Slender Thread-- Mny H-lpfal ICfln ence Never Acknuwledge d. MOBILE. March 1I.-Rev. T. De. Witt Talmage, D D . who is now vtsit ing te Pru.h, sclictcd as the submet of toda3's verWn "Unappreciated Ser. vices," the text being taken from II Cormthlians xi. 33. -Throu'dh a window, in abasket, was I let diwn by !h!all.' Bamascus is a c'v (i whone alnd elis toning architecture-semEtimes calleJ "the eye of the cast," sometimes called "a pearl sourrounoedVC by : ," a one time distinguish -~ syor7ds o the best material, called D . bsc is bladse, and upholstery o1 richest tabc calle% damasks. A horseman of the name of Paul, rid ing toward this city, had ben throwr from the saddle. The horse had drou ped under a flash from the sky, whieh a the same time was so bright it binde the rider for many days, aud, I think so petmanently iniated his eyesin that t...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 28 March 1894

VOL. IX. ___MANNING, S. C., WEDNESDAY, MARCH 28194NO3. FINANCIAL DEPRUSSION. THE STANFORD LAND LOAN PLAN BE- A ING TALKED ABOUT AGAIN. i g4 The Government's Money Poltcy Had 0: Much to do witb the Present Condition ri of Aftalr-A Plea for the Ag2icultural t Classes. at WASHINGTON, D. C., March 22.-The depression of the times, the general A tightness of money, the gloomy future outlook has again revived interest in d the plan suggested by the late Senator Leland Stanford, of Colifornia, looking to the rellef of the agricultural classes. ei This in brief was that the United et States government ought to loan money on cultivaied lands up to one-half of its assessed value at a rate of interest tb not over 2 per cent. a year. A staunch advocate of this plan, and 0 one who was a warm friend of Senator PE Stanford. is Col. J. K. Rickey, of Mis- Oi soui. Col-Rickey is now in this city. W He has given more than passing study ni to the general questions of finance and m is an authority on its...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 28 March 1894

THE MANNING TIMES an -in g, S. O. LOUIS APPELT, Editor. Wednesday, March 28, 1894. Congressman McLaurin went t Spartanburg last Saturday, and he re ceived an ovation from the people c the Piedmont belt. He spoke o State and National issues, and fairl wiped the ground with the editor c the Headlight, who has been snal ping through his paper at our Cor gressman. Gantt is more glib wit' his pen than with his tongue. Joseph W. James, of Darlingto twice convicted of slaying his fathe and sentenced to be hanged, bt later had the sentence commuted I life imprisonment, was pardoned b Governor Tillman last Thursday upo a strong petition and after discovere evidence which showed the condemi ed man to be innocent. When ti elder James was murdered his on] son offered a large reward for the a] prehension and conviction of tl murderer, and it resulted in himse being accused of the crime and cot victed upon the evidence of a negr< Public sentiment in Darlington coui ty was divided as to the gui...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 28 March 1894

THE MANNIG TIMES1 Published Every Wednesday. LOUIS APPELT, rDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. Terms: SvBscmPTIoN Ems.-One copy, one year $1.50; one copy, six months, 75 cents. one copy, three months, 50 cents. All subscriptions payable in advance. ADvEETISING R&Tzs.-One square, first in gertion, $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. 0oxnrNri2'oNs must be accompanied by the real na-ne and address of the writer in order to receive attention. No communi cation of a personal characterwill be pub lished except as an advertisement. For further information address LOUIS APPELT, Manning, S. C. Publishes all County and Town Official Advertisements. Wednesday, March 28, 1894. Your Name in Frnt. -Mr. E. P. McLeod returned home from Florida yesterday. -Col. H. L. Benbow is quite sick at his home near summerton. -Mr. Clarendon Barron retirned home this morning from the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 28 March 1894

TALRAGUB'S MERM. CHARACTERISTIC AND ELOQJENT SERMON BY REV. DR. TALMAGE. He Takes For a1is Sutbi ct F-om COD-CUO"t to Comques-Ts clhrivsiI'y ne'r Z'Sd ing and the B ble L'Ing Its HoIdO-AD Encouragioc Di.court--. BROoKLYN. Mirch 18.-In the Teb ernacle todav I-v. Dr. Talmaae p each ed a most el< quenu and chsracteristicall% vigorus sermon in refavatlon of the (f. renewed assertion o the enemies of re lioioo that Christianty is retrogradioe and the Bible loslu4 its hold upon the hea-t' and c rnciences of men. The subg ct ot the discourse as anneurcee w", "Fr >m C" quzst to Cot (Ues.1" the ter. being tik n f cm Aot x. 13 "Beboid, the dass come. saith t'-e L ro that the plowman shall uvertake the reaver." Picture (f trep-cal c.'m- with a sea son so prospercus lj-t he harvep reaches clear over to t .q planting time, and the swsrthy husia:aman sweing the sickle in the thick Lrain abinost feels the breath of the borsesou his shoulders the horses bitcbed to the p1 )w prep?.ring for a n...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 4 April 1894

VOL. IX. MANNING, S. C., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 4, 1894. NO. 36. THE BLAUND BILL V ETOED TEXT OF PRESIDENT CLEVELAND'S MESSAGE ON THE SUBJECT. He Reviews the Finarcial Condition of the Country at Length-ThinkS the Measure 11l-ads i ed and Dangerous-The B; Faulty in Coustr actlon. WASHINGTON, March 29.-The ol lowing is the text of the President's message vetoing the seiguiorage bill: To the House of Representatives: I return without my approval Heuee bill numbered 4956, entitled "An Act direct ing the coinage of the silver bullion held in the Treasury and for other pur poses." My strong desire to avoid disagree ment with those in both houses of Con gress who have supported this bill, would lead me to approve it if I could believe that the public good would not be thereby endangered and that such action on my part would be a proper discharge of official duty. Inasmuch. however, as I am unable to satisfy my self that the proposed legislation is either wise or opportune, my concep tion of the...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 4 April 1894

THE MANNING TIMES, wran in g, S. C% LOUIS APPELT, Editor. Wednesday, April 4, 1S94. Compact Exposed-Resistance Preached to Force Control With Blood. The terrible tragedy that took place in Darlington, which resulted in destroying valuable lives, was the outcome of a persistent effort on the part of a certain element to defy the laws of the land. It went to show how easily men can bring about dis aster and how hard it is to remedy the work once begun. While the State's officers were performing their duties crowds of excited men follow ed them about the streets, jeering and cursing them at every step. The constables looked only to the dis charging of their duties and forbear ingly paid no heed to the gang fol lowing them. When this was going on persons instigated by the devil went to work manufacturing rumors for the purpose of bringing about a conflict. They started a report that the constables went in the depot, broke open a lady's trunk and dam aged her clothing. Upon investiga tio...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 4 April 1894

THE MANNIG TIMES Published Every Wednesday. LOUIS APPELT, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. Publishes all County and Town Official Advertisements. Wednesday, April 4, 1894. We think those officers of the Man ning Guards who refused to obey orders should be court martialed, and at least reduced to ranks. Married, at Pinewood, last Thurs day, by Rev. N. J. Brown, Mr. J. J. Barwick and Miss Jimmie Ridgill, youngest daughter of the late N. A. Ridgill. Fresh garden seed and onion setts at Brockinton's. A revival meeting will begin in the Baptist church at this place next Sunday. Rev. I. P. Hedgpath will assist the pastor, Rev. J. 0. Gough. All are invited to attend these meet ings, morning and night. - Fresh and genuine garden seeds, all varieties, at J. G. Dinkins & Co's. All old seed destroyed. False Rumors Again. On former occasions The Times has found it necessary to warn our people not to believe what is told them till it is verified. We do so again. Last week false rumor after false rumor...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 4 April 1894

TAIM aGS MDU. DR. TALMAGE'S ELOQUENT SERMON ON "EASTER IN GREENWOO--" Where sh' Wound of DStb 14 Ba4d..n d by Foliage-ChritsL' Beaurrection 1. Ouir Resurrection if We Are Hia-The "Good MornhUi g or Ou- Savtour. BRooKLYN, March 25.-The Easter services in the Tabernacle today were attended by immense audiences. Beau 1 fl i -ral decorationa almo't bid the pul pit fro.m view. and the greas organ e ave forth its most rep-urous strains in honor ot the ?3y. In the forenoon Rev. Dr. Taimage delivered an elcquent se- mon on "Easter In Greenwood," the text being taken from Genesis xxiii, 17. 18. "And the 1le -f Hebron, which was in Machpelah, which was before Mamre, the field, and the cave whicn was there in and all the trees that were in th ield that were in all the borders round about. were made sure unto Abrstham." Here is the first cemetery ev:' laid out. Machpelah was its name. It was an arborescent beauty, where the wound of death was bandaged with foliage. Abrauam, a rich ma--, not bei...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 11 April 1894

VOL. IX. MANNING, S. C., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 11, 1894. NO. 37. DARLINGION TRAGEDY. A DESCRIPTION OF THE SCENE OF THE RECENT BATTLE. None of the Testimony Before the Co re net's Jury Will be Given for Publication Until the Case Is Closed-Complexion of the Jury. DARLiNGTON, S. C, April 4.-The coroner's inquest Into the terrible trag edy which has so powerfully stirred this State. began this morning at 10 o'clock before Coroner Parnell. The inquest was begun in a little room at the depot of the Chierew & Dar- 1 lington Road. The room is about 14 by 16 feet. The only door to it leads to I the-platform on which the constables I stood when they were fighting with the s citizens. Within ten feet of it is where e Constable Pepper fell with a bullet in t his heart. Fitteen feet away is where I .m ag Norment dr."w his last breath, c and twenty-five 'short steps to the E West on the railroad track, is where 1 Redmond fell dead. The. only furniture in the room is a stove, together with a numbe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 11 April 1894

fLOUIS APPELT, Editor.I Wednesday, April 11, 1894. t The Dibble Light Dragoons, of 1 Orangeburg, commanded by Captain Hart Moss, at the last inspection turned out 32 men, and when Gov erdor Tillanan called upon this com pany they responded and went to Darlington with 31 men. Captain Moss is a son-in-law of Hon. Samuel Dibble. President Cleveland has vetoed the SBhd bill, and the country must re sin a tagnant condition until fter the next election, when it is hoped the chock now obstructing the masses from obtaining financial ie lief will be removed. Unless there is a'great change in the minds of the people we fear the Democratic party will never again be entrusted with r power. The prohibitionists are now offer ing to pull the political chestnuts -from the fires of the Reform furnaces, but it won't work, don't- cher--z2. Uncle Reform will not allow / silly creatures to burn t ers, k then afterwar ey get them burnt-giver *in a lot of bother heal -riig their sores. If the foolish chil...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 11 April 1894

THE MANNING TIMES Published Every Wednesday. g p LOUIS APPELT, Ig EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. 0 Terms: b u uascwnn os RAn.s.-One copy, one year a $1.50; one copy, six months, 75 cents. e one copy, three months, 50 cents. All e subscriptions payable in advance. f< A DVETISING RAms.-One square, first in- a sertion, $1 00; each subsequentinsertion, a 50 cents. Obituaries and Tributes of t< Respect charged for as regular advertise- C ments. Liberal contracts made for three, six, and twelve months. Coxx zcTioss must be accompanied by d the real na-ne and address of the writer in a order to receive attention. No communi- e cation of a personal character will be pub- d lished except as an advertisement. ti For further information address S LOUIS APPELT, M Manning, S. Ow. ti p Zublishes all County and Town r Official Advertisements. ai i Wednesday, April 11, 1S94. bN Your Name in Print. --Mrs. E. D. Harvin is quite ill. C -Mr. A. C. Davis returned home from Tennessee last Thursday. b -Mrs....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 11 April 1894

DARGAWS ANSWER. THE MAYOR OF DARLINGTONS VER SION OF THE TROUBLE. Be Denies Some-htug Governor TI.iman Sdd In His tperch-Says the PetrPi! of Dazlington Wanted t, Arrest the Can stables for Murder. DARLINGTON. S C., Apnl 4 -Mayor Dareaa was Interviewed thi mornIne on the speecn- made by Governor Tillman to the troops yesterday. Mayor Dargan is an inteligent and fiae looking man. This is what he said to the reporters: "I have seen the Governcr'a remarks published in the Columbia Evening Journal. I have not much to say. You Jnow the Governor is a politician, and he was making a csmpaignspeeh, When a politician gets in a bole he naturally tries to get out and if he bas committec a mistake he is the last man under the sun to honestly own it. He tnes to put it on some one else. "There are one or two inaccurate statements of minor importance which I do not like to pas over without cor recting. He says speaking of consta bles, that "they had been seft -9cie because the mayor bad allaweA1the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 18 April 1894

VOL. IX. MANNING, S. C., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 18, 1894. NO. 38. IHE TALE TOLD. GEN. RICHBOURG'S REPORT OF THE TROUBLE TO GOV. TILLMAN. An rattrettiag Document-What the Troops Dd-The CowIt of Enquiry and Its Verdlet-McLendon and Cain Chaire d With Murder. COLUMBIA, S. C.. April 12.-General Richbourg has made his report of the Darlington campaign to Governor Till man and it was siven to the prees iast night. The report of General Farley had not been finished up to a late hour last night. The testimony before the Coroner has not been handed to Gover nor Ililman. The following is General Richbourg's report and it contains a number of in teresting matters which have not yet been published: Con mmiA, S. C., April 11, 1894. To His Excellency Governor B. R. Till man Governor of Sonth Carolina. Sir: I have the honor to hand you herewith a report of my proceedings and a report of my command from the 31st day of March until the 6th day of April, inclusive. On the first named day I received from yo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 18 April 1894

LOUIS APPELT, Editor. Wednesday, April 18, 1$94. Senator Zebulon Vance, of North Carolina, died in Washington last Saturday night. Candidates are being announced in other connties; in Florence the "many friends" of Rev. L. D. Bass have an nounced him a candidate for State Senator. We return thanks to the kind friends that furnished us with. copies of the Times of Feb. 14. We not ap preciate their kindness, but also ap preciate their thinking so much of the county paper as to keep it. Senator Ragin has been tendered, and he has accepted,- a position in the office of the Secretary of State. The position was formerly held by Col. Wm. Wallace, who resigned upon receiving his appointment as post master of Columbia. We congrat ulate our friend Ragin upon his good luck. It is really amusing to see how hard the newspapers opposed to Gov. Tillman try to make people ,believe that Ger.. Farley advised the Gov ernor against the necessity for troops at Darlington, while the fact is that Gen. Far...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 18 April 1894

THE TIMES. LOUIS APPELT, ti el EDITOR AND PROPIIETOR. h tv n, Terms: fr It Z rscr.Irrios IArE.-One copy, one year t1 $1.50; one copy, six months, 7.5 cents. one copy, three months, 50 cents. All h subscriptions payable in advance. ALvERTIsINr RaTEs.--One square, first in- e sertion. $100; each subsequentinsertion, a 50 cents. Obituaries and Tributes of as Respect charged for as regular advertise ments. Liberal contracts made for three, N six, and twelve imo.nths. CoM~rN~cA1os must be accompanied by ; the real na-me and address of the writer in order to receive attention. No communi- fr !ation of a pevral character will be pub- Bi tished except as an advertisement. For further intorraation address at LOUIS APPELT, la Manning, S. C- fa - - be Dublishes all County and Town m Official Advertisements. * W< lei Wednesday, April 1 1S94. tel D< -- --- --- - - ca Your Name in Print. "1 -Mrs. E. D. Harvin is improsing slow. fo -Mrs. Lizzie lMCleuaghan, of Sumter, an is visiting her pare...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 18 April 1894

TAIMAGES SERMON. "STRANGERSIN TOWN" WAS REV. DR. TALMAGE'S SUBJECT Els gext; "I Was a Strange'. and To Took Me In-Where t he Stranger Should NOt Go- ExplorinL a Cit'Isa Iniquittee. I;ROoKLY.N, A- til S.-Before no audi ance in the world could such a sermon so Riv. Dr. Talmage preached today be as appropriate as in the Brooklyn Tah ernacle, where it is estimated that 150. 000 strangers attend Avery year. It. was a sermon that had for the n a special in terest. The text selected was Matthew xxv, 35, -1 was a stranger, and ye took me in." It is a moral disster tbt j cosity has despoilt-d so mauN passars-s. f scrioture. and my te x' is one that. bas suffered trom irreverent and misappli*! quotation. It shows great povertv t f w't and humor wben teople take the sword of divine truth for a eaue at fercine or c'ip off from the K -hinoor diamond -t inspira tiona sparkle to decorate a f ol's cap. My textis the salectati'.n in the !ast judz ment to be 2ven to those who have shown hospitality s...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 25 April 1894

Na VOL. IX. MANNING, S. C., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 251 UNCONSTTU1HONAL. I THE SUPREME COURT SO DECLARES t 1. I HE DISPENSARY LAW. c Chief Justice McIver and Associate Mc- I I Gowan on One Side and Associ'te Jas- t ttee Pope on the other-What is Sid About the D4 c'aion. CQLmrBIA, S. C, April 19.-The long C expected decision of the State Suprem 9 Court in reference to the Dispensary y Law was filed today. The judgment ] of the Court was rendered by Chief U Justice Mclver, Associate McGowan concurring. Associate Justice Pope filed a dissenting opinion. The decis- r ion is a long one and contains fully 30, 000 words. It is for the most part a strictly legal view of the case but with t it all it has features that will be of ii- k tereat to everybody. The case was legally entitled: Chas. v S. McCullough vs. George Just Browne 0 et al and the State vs. Hentz Jacobs u J. C. H. Troeger, Jerome Fagan, J. R. 13 Byrd and Ben David. In the first in stance Judge Hutson rendered his fa mous decision and...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 25 April 1894

THE IA ING TIMES. a: rnnn ng-, S. c, t< C ti LOUIS APPELT, Editor. ti .e Iri Wednesday, April 25, 1S94. B A Chester bar keper opened his e bar yesterday and sold drinks with- T out any interference. t Governor Tillman went to Bir mingham yesterday as the guest of t the Confederate veterans. If the Supreme Court intended to sustain Judge Hudson throughout N the decision rendered in Darlington 1 and Oolumbia, then the liquor licens- h ing system is in existence, because he held that the main object of the dis- : pensary act was unconstitutional, t and. as a consequence the whole act P falls, repealing clause and all. The Court, however, did not say any thing about ibe repealing clause, nor did it express itself on the prohibi- t tion clause further than to say the power to grant licenses has been re moved, and that man has an inalien able right to sell liquor. Th on up by the Antit at Congressman McLaurin's tter was a slap at John Gary Evans is an erroneous one. McLau- d rin and Ev...

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