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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 25 April 1894

THE MANNNG TIMES. Published Every Wednesday. LOUIS APPELT, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. Terms: SU3sciPmos RATE.-One copy, one yeal $1.50; one copy, six months, 75 cents one copy, three months, 50 cents. All subscriptions payable in advance. AnveSrsG RATEs.-One square, first in sertion, $1 00; eachsubsequentinsertion, 50 cents. Obituaries and Tributes o Respect charged for as regular advertise ments. Liberal contracts made for three, six, and twelve months. CoxxusrzcarToss must be accompanied by the real na'.ie and address of the writer in order to receive attention. No communi cation of a personal character will be pub lished except as an advertisement. For further information address LOUIS APPELT, Manning, S. C. Oublishes all County and Town Official Advertisements. Wednesday, April 25, 1894. Your Name in Print. -Mr. C. H. Pack, of Kershaw, is in Man ning on a business trip. -Mis. E. D. Harvin is still quite sick, but is eonsidered out of danger. -Misses Julia and Bessie Barron, of Alaba...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 25 April 1894

TALMAGUS SER-M0. REV. DR. TALMAGE PREACHES ON HOME AND RELIG!ON Th-- El qent Diviao Makes a r.'n: Piea far the Go-p"--A Seimjon that T-ee Bold cf the Heawv-he -Grardent <'. BROOKLYX. A;-ril 15.-In the Lreat audtec>- Wb h uste mbied iv tbe Brook lyn Taberute ibis:.-f-reou were wann stram-rs. R-v. Dr. Talmaec eose toy the subject (t his -er oou -H. .-e R 1 , ion," takiD bis text rom Luke vm1, 39 "Retain to thine oVn h-ee and ;ur bow vreat thinos God bath done utio thee." &f.er a fihrce ard shipwrec1-nv ri-. , Chries and hs discpls are climb)t g up the slaty sebving of tbe beach. .low pleaant it A- ito, n 2n zti S(uL groun.d after Lavir: b :m; so lor-z cn the bilows! W 'he the discip!e., are enn. eratulating evch otiher on their manne escape, cut from a dcirk, deep cavern co the Gadarece bills there is atmethins' swiftlv and terribly advar:cing. Is ,:, lit, apparitioL? Is it a mat? Is it a wiila beast? It Is a maniac who nas broi'eo away frcm his keepers, perhavs a few raas o...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 2 May 1894

VOL. IX. MANNING, S. C., WEDNESDAY, MAY 2, 1894. NO. 40. CONFEDERATE REUNION. WINNIE DAVIS'S W:GWAM CRCWDED WITH VETERANS The Fourth Amunal Rear-Ion Formially Opened-Governor Jane&, Addrers of Welcome-Over.500 Caw ps Represented ti the Roll Ca31. BraxnuxGnAM, Ala., April 25.-The fourth annual reunion of Confederate Veterans was formally opened this morning by Gen. Fred S. Ferguson of this the first Alabama brigade in Win nie Davis wigwam at 9 o'clock. There were fully 10,000 in the building and many who could not gain access to the immense hall. Governor. T. G. Jones of Alabama made a brief but eloquent welcoming address in behalf of the State and was followed by Hon. David J. Fox, mayor, on behalf of Birmingham. -Gen. John B. Gordon, commanac.-n -chief, on behalf of the United Confed erate Veterans responded in an able and -eloquent manner. Tomorrow, decoration day, will be ob served in a gorgeously appropriate man ner. The corner-stone of a Confederate mdnumentto be erected by...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 2 May 1894

TimE-XMIG TIMES. 2Maii2g, S- C' LOUIS APPELT, Editor. Wednesday, May 2, 1894. Congress continues to saw wood. Congressman Breckinridge's mo tion before Judge Bradley for a new trial'was over-ruled, and the case will be- appealed. Several towns in the State have is sued liquor licenses regardless of- the decision declaring the power to issue license by the towns to have been taken away. The feeling of uncertainly now per vading the State should be put at rest as soon as possible. Under the recent decision of our Supreme Court the li4uor men are enabled to sell without interference from the authorities. There is no restraint upon the sale of liquor, although some are deluding themselves with the idea that the decision gives the people prohibition. ~ To settle this vexed.question the Governor should call together the Legislature and let -'them either pass a prohibition law without loop holes, or a modified dis pensary law that will stand the test of the courts. If, however, 'the Legis....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 2 May 1894

TEE NMG TIMESa Published !Every Wednesday. LOUIS APPELT, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. o C Terms: Stuscwmioi RATEs.-One copy, one year $1.50; one copy, six months, 71. cents. one copy, three months, 50 cents. All subscriptions payable in advance. aDRTisin;G Rams.-One square, first in- 9 sertion, $100; each subsequentinsertion, P a 50 cents. Obituaries and Tributes of Respect charged for as regular advertise ments. Liberal contracts made for three, t six, and twelve months. Coxncovrc&rioxs must be accompanied by a the red na-ne and address of thewriter in b order to receive attention. No communi cation of a personal character will be pub- * lished except as-an advertisement. For further information address d LOUIs APPELT, Manning, S. C. Dublishes all County and Town a c Official Advertisements.- j d Wednesday, May 2, 1894. Your hame in rint. n -Mrs. A.-N. Tally, cf Sumter, spest last Sunday in Nlanniug. -Mrs. H. A. Lowry, of Sumter, is visit ing friends in Manning. C -361. T. W. Stanlan...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 2 May 1894

BULER AT DARLINGUON. THE SENATOR'SSTATEMENT OF THE LATE DISTURBANCE Be Crilicel'.a G v.rtior Ti luinn'.. Ac'ions ifs R view of Ie CIrcumstanicce %nd cona~t&as. Censider d2e atenticn has been drawn to tLe stu et made by Ser a tor Bailer alux: tie late trcubles in Dar~uneu u. It is as follows: FLoRENCE, Apr 3.-Senato)r Butler prsed t.r. u.h Flortcce ten:A-:t bn his way from Darbiogioa t. Wm.siticn rnd Iasked him to 2Iveme his EStimateO' te situation In thnis -:nsurrccticnary7" district. "I have come down 1rom Darlirgton" -he eaid, "where I have been the past, twenty-four hcuirs. A3 far as I cculd learn everyting is perfectly quiet and the civil authorites prepared t) dis charge their duty. It seems tfiat a number of the State constables or spies, as they are called, had been to Darling ton for the purpose cf acertaining if there was any contraband whiskev. In the search they made, they were sup ported by the mayor and civil suthori ties (f Darlington, as there was not the slightes...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 9 May 1894

. X. ---S NYS. C., WEDNESDAY, AY 918 COXEY IN WASIIINGTUN.. HE WAS NOT ALLOWED TO SPEAK AS ME WISHED. One of Bis Right Hard Men G3t Ills Head Clubbed by the Poilce-SuIrring Scenes et the Capitol-The Polce are WASHINGTON, May 2.-Yesterday was a perfect day with a brightly sin ing sun, which citizen Coxey took as a propitious omen, was thie portion of the army of the commonweal for its demonstration in favor of the Coxey good roads bill. Shortly before 10 o'clock Marshai Browne formed the men in a hollow square, and standing In the centre called for three cheers for peace. The cheets were given and the commonwealers waved their little cot ton flags of peace, with which they had been armed. "Now," cried Browne, "we'll march around the grounds and try it over again," and the band started up a slow step to which eight communes walked in a circle to a point about 100 yards from the former camp. Here Browne formed them in a long line and put the men through a little drill with their peace ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 9 May 1894

* TE ANNNGTIMES. MaiM12i6gl SC&I LOUIS APPELT, Editor. Wednesday, Nay 9, 1894. Some of the most violent oppo nents of the dispensary system are now clamoring for its return. Ex- Judge J. H. Hudson has been appointed the attorney general for the Cape Fear and Yadkin Valley railroad at a salary of $2,000. Ye descendants of pirates, convicts, cut-throats, drun'kards and murder ers, that compose the Reform Move ment in South Carolina, must stand solidly by the Reform Movement, as it is your only salvation. The colored students at Allen Uni versity were presented with a val uable library by General Hampton, who is leading the movement to or ganize National League Clubs in this State. Wouldn't our farmers' sons at Clemson be delighted with such a present ? The opponepts of the dispensary said, away with the dispensary, give us prohibition; now the Supreme Court has performed another jug gling feat and declared prohibition, they say, away with prohibition, give us anything, oh Lord, th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 9 May 1894

THE XANIG T1ti.1 Published Every Wednesday. LOUIS APPELT, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. Terms: Susscmios R&rE.-One copy, one year $1.50; one copy, six months, 75 cents. one copy, three months, 50 cents. All subscriptions payable in advance. AVarTIsgG RArEs.-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. ComusicToNs 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 lished except as an advertisement. For further information address LOUIS APPELT, Manning, S. C. Publishes alt County and Town Official Advertisements. Wednesday, May 9, 1894. . Yn' Nane in Prnt. -Mrs. Jane E. Hall, of Florence, is on a visit her son, Mr. N. A. Hall. -Captain W. C. Davis returned home from Alabama last Saturday. -Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Behal returned to their h...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 9 May 1894

"AND YOU-L R1 M One eveninz as the sun went down Among the golden hills, And silent shadows, soft and brown, Creptov r vales and rills I watched the dusky bat- a-wing D p down the dus*y ;ea; Harkening, heard a mn.oden -ing. When other lip. and other heartS, Came drifting through the tree-; 'In lanauage whose exce$s inipart.;," Was borne upon t'e breez -. A,! love is sweet aud hope is -Sron , And ife's a sumnier -e-. A woman's -oul is hi her song; -,And you'hi reinemer me." Still r'ppling frem her throbbing throat, With jay akin to p-tn There seemed a ter tU cvery nte, A sob in every ttrain; * Soft as the twinght shadows creep Ac:oss the lSi less sea, The singer sang ier -ow ;o steep With: You'll remember me." Al Tri: ABiRNACLt A !ermen c! Irmanz:-y on vxt' spiWitur BRooKLYN. A. 29 T"e Tobr nUii ibroeg et Dr.ir S Dr TalmaIe preact .t ) tLhe s-piitual con flicts ct :le, tao e for '-s txt G. cesis xxxii 24 2: "A:d Jc b a l and there i restled . an -, i' ain iun. the breakin2 of tLe . A...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 16 May 1894

ANN IG, S. C., WEDNESDAY, MAY 16, 189 URE LAW DU.FlND. THE SUPREME COURT SAYS PROHIBi TiON !S IN FORCE. The City Councit ct F:orence Restrained trem Iseutig Licenses apd the Habeas Corpus Proceedings Dismissed-The Sa loon People in a Bad Fix. CoLMBIA, S. C., May 9.-Almost in the twinkling of an eye yeatetday the liquor situation went from one extreme to.the other, from free liquor to abso lute prohibition. For the urst time in history, perhaps, a State has been car ried for the cause of prohibition in less than three minutes, and by an unpre cedented accident the prohibitionists of South Carolina have obtained their hearts' content. By this accident of the law bouth Carolina is found today with a prohibition law forbidding the sale of liquor absolutely, and providiug penalties for the violation of the law, which, if properly applied, will pro duce prohibition. Up to 11 o'clock yesterday the liquor men were handling liquors in their sa loons without paying any license and without' an...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 16 May 1894

TEXANNhG TDES LOUIS APPELT, Editor. Wednesday, May 16, 1894. The Reformers are on record pledged to a Constitutional Conven tion. This should be kept in mind, and the voters are to see to it that the pledge is faithfully adhered to. Clarendon needs a first-class busi ness man for County Supervisor. This position should be filled by qualification, and not by popularity. It is often the ase that a jolly good fellow is a bad manager and incom petant fcr business. We need a better system for our public schools. We need a system of better roads. Let us send men to the Legislature that will work for these things. The present school system is a farce, and the present system of working the highways is a humbug and a waste of money. If every county in the State will look after the interest of the Reform Movement as will Clarendon the National Club organizers can go ahead and the result will be that the Reform Movement will show up about as much strength in the com ing primary as it did in th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 16 May 1894

THE MANNIG TIES. Published Every Wednesday. LOUIS APPELT, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. Terms: t srscnr-ox RATEs.-One copy, one yeAr $1.50; one copy, six months, 7$ eents. one copy, three months, 50 cents. All subscriptions payable in advance. (DVEETISING RAT;s.-One square. first in sertion, $1 00: each subsequentinsertion, 50 cents. Obituaries and Tributes of Respect charged for as regular advertist ments. Liberal contracts made for three, six, and twelve months. -CoxxocaTIoxs must be accompanied by the real na-me and address of the writer in order to -receive attention. No communi cation of a personal character will be pub lished except as an advertisement. For further information address LOUIS APPELT, Manning, S. C. Oublishes all County and Town - Official Advertisements. - Wednesday, May 16, 1S94. Hon. W.D. Evtns has withdrawr from the gubernatorial race. Base ball go'ods at Dinkins & Co.'s. The State Democratic executive commit tee will meet on June 7th. Babies' fine caps at Louis...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 16 May 1894

IN SBE DARK. I met a child at close of day, Grouping along a duskv way, And. pleadinetly, I heard hin say: "Father, the path is dariz a:i drear, But if I hnew that thou tu near, I could wailt (in w,tho:t a ft-ar "But w-ven I ean:.ot see thY fae, Nor in the dloon thw L thr.3 t\ o' Nor know amuij the cro-s n- wa vs, "Which one thou we",..., -re afraid, I tfen.ble in the de.'') ' Without thy voe1 or hoi to aid. f ttbou wolidst ol!y S:t :o me ~But m1 a whI'pt-z I w le 1;omforted. t1OTgh 1 Co 0 not se7 6'A step before ne; I wounil know That th u ar- het''. i leA ouiIV) Straigi.t through t;e 'ark t. .ind thee so? "If thou tor me ths way hast annedi Let 4 e but touc tin ut4 tieed hand. And Father I wiill n .Q As thus the !itte straN :u ed, "Just .o, - - troubled so i!" I 'aid 1 stumib-e 'mi- tie i ar'zu ism:.yed. "St ea' but one word ny 'eart to cheer, And it win banish all u_- fear, It I but ka Ow Eat umca a T Pere. "And I will dare the dr ariest straud. If I Way otly "ouch :iiV latd. My ...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 23 May 1894

VOL. IX. MANNING, S. C., WEDNESDAY, MAY 23, 1894. NO. 43. DLFbES hiS POIUION. GOV. TILLMAN ANSWERS THE QUES TIONS OF THE ALLIANCE. The-re Can be No 2iista-ke as to BI Stant on Nationsi Qaattonta--Can Vote for el the D.marLds Exctpt tbe Sub-Treas us y P aD. COLUmrBiA, s. C., May 16.-On Apri: 18, Governiur fillman received a lette; from Hon. Tthowas P. Mitchell, chair man of the executive committee of the Farmers Alasuce, erclosIug the fol lowing questions, which he had beer ordered by ihe Ailiance, to propound to all candicates for uffice in the gift of the people of South Carolina: "First. Will you discuss the Alliance demands in the comiag campaign, par ticularly those relating to the fioances of the country and detend them oisi the enemies of our or der. "Second. Will you pledgc loyalty tc the demands of the National Farmers Alliance and industrial Union above loyalty to party caucus and vote against any and all candicates who decline tc commit tbemselves to this extent?" To this ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 23 May 1894

THE MANNING TIIES. LOUIS APPELT, Editor. Wednesday, May 23, 1S94. Camden has issued a license for the sale of beer and wine. Where does prohibition come in? Watch the congressional proceed ings and you will see soon where our congressman has made a speech that will put the financial world to think ing. Internal Revenue Collector Townes has sinee the Supreme Court's prohi bition decision issued about four hundred liquor licenses. The State has prohibition with a vengeance. Coxey and his lieutenants were sent to jail last Monday for walking on the grass in the capitol grounds. The horses belonging to the capitol police trampled the grass also, but of course that was ll right. The Anti newspapers have all along claimed that Governor Tilhman is no Democrat on account of his views,, ou the finances and his opposition to Grover Cleveland. Now that Senator Butler folloyvs suit and imitates Till nau's views what party will Butler be assigned to ? It is with delight that we intorm our reader...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 23 May 1894

THE XANNIG TIMES. Published Every Wednesday. LOUIS APPELT, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. Terms: SVRsCWnlos RAr.-One copy, one year $.0; one copy, six months, .5 cents. 'tie copy, three months, SO cents. All subscriptions payable in advance. .vxrisnsG RArrs.-One square, first in 'ertion. $1 00; each subsequentinsertion, .0 cents. Obituaries and Tributes of 1tcspect charged for as regular advertise muents. Liberal contracts made for three, six, and twelve months. CoXxUxNscAToNs must be accompanied by the real na-ie and address of thewriter.in order to receive attention. No communi cation of a personal character will be pub lished except as an advertisement. For further information address LOUIS APPELT, Manning, S. C. Oublishes all County and Town Official Advertisements. Wednesday, May 23, 1S94. Your Name in Print. -Solicitor J. S. Wilson is still quite sick. -Mr. A. W. Knight, of the Sumter Her ald, spent last Monday in Manning. -Hon.' James E. Tindal and Hon. L. M. Ragin were in Manning la...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 23 May 1894

A GREAT SPEICI. [CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONE ] great instrumet o(-,t'~ n~c more than a quartcr of a centurV aZo, and appointed me t!e per-comanent cr.4rnar of his trnstze, I did -.t dreatn ier a, moment of the duics cr (isti0ctionL which that appoir*-wer t ould itSo'V My e-rt, like hat' fM' w wholly eer rssed we b :he w-it'oreoftee childreo -f -he S urh, ar.d .iih the restoratoio . f bro ber v leve arnr Uhe people otil U..n. I cQid nyb-e imedned ibat 1 s"ai en:er v 86-.1 year, if at a!!, 4ob- so -i b. h-w.e: a. Your ciommunicolon sm urens, in t old State of S" C li:a. C -n1es. n' of havieg coopfre~i t., 0:c exe-t .1 my ability wla mern ltrames and with our successiv .' mic agenv' Dr. Sears ut d Dr. Cu- -y, n pmoir h vi'ai cause e u rn i aIl t"tt. S u ern 8 *'" *Se. '.I-: rc'u'd in Mr. PeabcnM. ru *en t I :ve r' p.edly excusd m i-f -m nny prr-ornd re cC2ar-i n L tav f u.d an nyt'e r+ w:! for all I 1yee dot.i or jti* p-edi d-> signal success with w! tich !!f- e i'rt ; of our board have...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 30 May 1894

VOL. IX. MANNING, S. C., WEDNESDAY, MAY 30, 1894. CURSING THE RED CRUSs. AVERY BiTTER FEELNG AGAINST IT IN BAUFORT COUNl Y. A So-CitlI dPhilanihrcp'c 1 arcd Cbristlau Cit:z-n who Spe'ko eI Poor White Farm era as D--n Cracke-b"-Does Misas Br too KAt w of thesa Thingh ? BLUFFTON. S. C. May 24.-"The Red Cross Society is the greatest curse which could have been intlicted on this county," are the words which a promi nent white man uttered to me when I first got into Beaufort County. I came here to investigate the condition of the Bluff ton cyclone sufferers, but the Red Cross and its work have been brought up in every conversation I have had. I have heard and learned much about the order which will surprise the gen eral public. I have also heard much which it is hard to believe. I will say, however, that there are not a dozen white men in Beaufort county, upless it be in the towns of Beaufort and Fort Royal' who have a good word for the society. It is roundly cursed and abused and the ch...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 30 May 1894

For Gojernor, James E. Tindal. Who lo the people want for Gov rnor to succeed Governor Tillman, is the question now agitating the muids of inanv in and out of the state. The faction of the Democratic party in South Carolina known as Reformers are in control of the po litical machinery. and they se eured that control after two of the fiercest contests ever; known in the history of the Sta. The opposition did not take kindlv to their defeat, and from the inception of Reform control to the present time, there has been a constant )I I tation between the two facti.i:s. The Reform Movement was put here to stay, and it will stay, unlts the leaders lose sight of its priticiplei ud convert the Movement into a game of grab for loaves and fishes. We are about to have another cam paign, and according to the action of the reform confere1:ce the members of the faction are to express their choice for Governor at :he club meetings. In casting about for a proper man they should take into considerati...

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