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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 30 May 1894

THE MANIN TMES. Published Every Wednesday. LOUIS APPELT, 4 EDIrOR AND PROPRIETOR. Terms: asenwrris Ems.-One cp) , one yt-ear $1.40; one vopy, six months, 75 cents. obt copy. three moniths, 50 centv. All subscriptiona payable in advance. Anvx-rsno RA&s.-One square, tirst in. fterrxon .$1 00; each subsequentinsertion, ;j cents. Obituaries and. Tributes of Respect charged for as regular advertise ments. Liberal contracts made for three, six, and twelve months. VoMMU.CTIONs 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. Oublishes all County and Townt Official Advertisements. Wednesday, May $0, 189. Your Name in Priat. -Mrs. Jamea E. Tindal is at her Claren don home quite sick. -Capt. Atlen Jones, of Colombia, was in Manning last Friday and settled the Brigg fre loss. -Mrs. Emma Moss. of Wa...

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. — 30 May 1894

Blow your buhbles lttle man, p Just as big ones am I ou ca n: They are prett% nis to -ee r As they ilat eau!y Fi~ yoiir-d tium t-. .Ar, Vurva,1! T'. i1 - I -!W. -1 1P 'I heyv e~ rw it,. ' IX- tc Asd e rioe h t'-d or y B ow ,our uub, s lit" tloy I have l'w, my l o l. Ju-t as w~ otO V y And a, wt i !.as Iva" -I kerwI- a t o Q te a- VaI a o ., my boy. 1- rvirtuw tatte-d too. ThNreat bubble teat I bWew. r An-, its f"eit- ah we.! "-day. It '% blown -21d t aw. Re Pre .*chenx W t tle' 1' .wer oD - c. ver. d F..u 1 ler'. LITTLE 1.koCK Ma. OI -- b-- wai to L, " :wU:,s %v e ce( I : e s1 . ,r t (1 i 'ia 31 (n b:s rtiud 'e wi-; M it ney. R v Di T, mi:e. havir h rt prei ch'd t d -. wk. a .e .u0 etxt- CT It e Sutj. e' z f - R e v: re-1 Fr:. T- - teX c., s S -s .ru. xxx, 4 19: "Then David sud the zule that wer . witu him -ed up he r vtoce rtid w-pL s ounti ttey tbd : c n.er- poser to wcep. Theie is n.it n;e(, - oscut. ..--. the vii lage of Z . Dmeg . (I . id s r nii are a biddt d LIut' tO fAw S al...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 6 June 1894

VOL. IX. MANNING, S. C., WEDNESDAY, JUNE A BREEZY DAY THE SENATE FRAUD COMMIT TEE MAKES ITS REPORT. Hil Was Arx-:Us t, PrevCLt Any Far tber Invbti1ten U icu the Sugar 7rust Doingr. but His Plans Miscariiect. WASHINGTON, May O.-At one o'clock p. m. in the Sen ite yesterday, Gray rose and said that he had been directed by the select committee ap pointed on the 17th of May, to make a partial report and be asked that it be read. Hill said that before making any ob jection,he would like to know from the Senator from Delaware what the pro gramme was. Gray replied that he had no pro. gramme other than indicated in the report. The committee had submitted a report which it considered as one of the highest privileges, and he supposed there was no question that the report was in order at any time. It concerned the privileges of the Senate and he asked that the report be read in order that the Senate might determine whether it was a question of privilege or not. Hill: In the light of the explan...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 6 June 1894

Scot ind wrann -zn g, B. O' Bet ref, Co LOUIS APPELT, Editor. ill lat Wi Wednesday, June 6, 1894. rei av The voters should keep in mind 71 that the reform movement is pledged l to the calling of a constitutional con vention. Let the battle cry be, give us a new constitution and a better cr to Our editorial last week nominating ac Hon. James E. Tindal for Governor n4 has met with the approval of a num- ju ber of the newspapers throughout the w State, and we have not talked to a oc man but what has told us that in that editorial we voiced the sentiments of p] the people of this county. Governor Tillman was present at the opening of the Southern Inter State Immigration Congress last ai Wednesday in the city of Augusta, pi and in responding to the speech of n4 welcome, said: PI "It was well enough to invite people and ti capital from the outside, and all that came q would be welcome; but for every dollar of st outside capital the Southern people must expend ten of their own if they were...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 6 June 1894

Published Every Wednesday. LOUIS APPELT, EDITOR AND PBOPRIETOR. Terms: ~uaacazzo3 R~ars.--One copy, one year $1.50; one copy-, six months, is.cents. one copy, th. -* mouths, 50 cents. All subscriptions rnvable in advance. Avmwsme RAms. -One square, first in er:,ion.$1 00; e subsequent inertion. .10 centa. Ob:ttaari4s and Tributes of heapeet charged t.. am regular advertise naznts. Liberal cwntract' inade forthree, I six, and twelve tu.,ths. Cox iCA s 1an- t be acomnanied by the- real Ka-ue andl id6lress of the wtiter in rer to receve an. tin. No cornWuni . jut&U1tn ot a personm charactrz will be pub- I liahed except as an a.avertinentent. I For further inforn-.,nou addre.a - I.OUIs-APPELT Manning. S. C. ublishes all County and Town I Official Advertisements. t Wednesday, June 6 1894. 4 Year 3iame in Frint'. t -Mrs. E. Nettles, Mr. S. A. Nettles a and Abie Nettles arrived home last Saturday evening from their tour through thxe several States from here to Texas. t -Mr. J. T. Stuke...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 6 June 1894

TRE C&ND1DaTE. in Mule a brayin'; C Man at gate: "Hello! brother." th (Candidate!) T Tow-headed children 1 Watch an' wait; "Bless the darlings!" (Candidate:" - Stump in corn field; d( (Growin' late,) "Raised a farmer," (Candidate!) al Gray-head soldier Served the State; -'Want mcre pensions?" a (Candidate!) U -Old-timed widder, Sad as fate: "Lost-my wife, too!" (Candidate!) ri t< Big church meetin' p Deacons straight, "Born a Baptist!". (Candidate!) L IL . Safe in office, 1R Voters wait: p "Go to thunder!" 1t (Candidate?" e THE BURDENS OF LIFE. An Eloquent and Fore ital Zermon by It'.v, 0 Dr. Talmage. SAN FRANcisco, May 27.-Rv. T. DeWitt Talmage is now in this city, whence he will sail ncxt Thursday on g the steamer Alameda for Honolulu on h his trip round the world. He preached n today to a large and deeply intereeted h audience on the subject of "Heavy i Weights," the text bsing takEn from b Psalms lv, 22, "Cast thy burdens upon p the Lord, and he shall su tain thee." % Dav...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 13 June 1894

VOL. IX. MANNING, S. C, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 13, THE CAMPAIGN DATES. AS ARRANGED BY THE DEMOCRAT IC STATE COMMITTEE. t Schedule for the Politieal Fight in South Caroina-Big Discusion over Weaver ites and Batkelttes-AII to be Allowed to vote. COLUMBIA, S. C., June 8.-The meet- 1 ing of the State Democratic Executive Committee last night was an inteest ing and important one. Besides the fixing of dates for campaign meetings, t tbe question of allowing the men who voted for Weaver in 1892 to vote in the coming c impaign was a live one. It excited the warmest talk of the eve ning. By instruction of the chairman, Sec retary Tompkins read the roll of mem bers. The majority of the regular mem bers who were absent had telegraphed s and had substitutes in their places. t The following was the roll as made up: 1 Abbeville-Y. J. Jones. t Aiken-John Gary Evans. Anderson-W. A. Neal. Barnwell-F. M. Mixon, (substitute.) C Beaufort-Henry D. E!liott. N Berkeley-T. W. Stanland- t Charleston-J. M. Kinloch....

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 13 June 1894

LOUIS APPELT, Editor. Wednesday, June 13, 1894. Mrs. Mary Ellen Lease, the famous female -politician, is announced a can didate for Congress at large in the State of Kansas. The Prohibition Convention would not nominate an independent ticket, much to the discomfiture oi Mr. Gon zales and Jerry Smith. , The military court of inquiry has made its report to Gov. Tillman. The report shows a thorough investi gation and free from white wash. Let us all lay aside our personal differences and go to work for the accomplishment of bringing about a more united sentiment in the State. From the way some of the Antis are applying for admission into the Reform ranks it would be well to put out sentinels to keep them all from coming in at one time. , Our last issue of the Times, con taining Congressman McLaurin's speechhas attracted considerable at tention abroad judging from the ap plications for extra copies of the paper. Gov. McKinley, of Ohio, ordered out troops last Thursday to quell the upris...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 13 June 1894

D:ed. yes:er.iy at the Baptist parsona: in SummafLertvu, DV. B. C. Lampley, ag 45 vars. The deceased was the pastor tieSamnerton. Calvary. Bethel ant Wed fiehl Baptist eur~eh:. He leavete a WI :ndit serv.-a eb: r-. The remn:t-. a-r Pai ci v A. bInblett atocl XCpt. P. Broel-:,1p-i through M:iinilg th mo.-rn7 if,- on zh.- to ('ritor., whre tl fun.-r-id wi b.p e this after:.,-mn lhabic,' in- a a Louis Loyns'. A full line ,f ;. eous candies at 1: IfHigitly Spoken Of. The press ac-ontit of the comuercemei .-Xis'ies of C..Uverse college at Spartal br.rg last week -- er t.tins the following cor j-i:.-::tarV alA- in to Niss Sallic Stuke ot Min'g. i .- of the graduating class: -.S.:.-die Stukes. the salutatorian i the class, said her essay in a clear, distin voice that could be heard by the large aud ence that crowded the chapel. Her sn ject was "The Women of the South," an( although - trite one, she added new intere to it by the striking marner in which st presented it. She is a fine reader...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 13 June 1894

REURGE.'T. Only a bunch of withered towers, Faded and brown and old, But memory makes them gay once more With purple, white and gold. The pink spring beauty greets us first, Fed by the melting snow. And ground nut blossoms show the place Of hidden stores below. The pure wake-rcbin on the hill Greets the first bird again. The starry blood root in the dell Still leaves its crimson stain, Jack-in the-pulpit preaches yet To little woodland folk, And Ilverworts and violets grow At the feet of the hollow oak. The dainty waxen Irdian pipe Beneath the beach tree springs, And the golden bell of the adder tongue Still lightly sways and swings. It tolls the knell-that fairy bell- - Of childhood's hopes and fears And ushers in the toil and sin Of later, sadder years, And so I kept the faded flowers My old time playmate gave, With grasses sweet that grow above A lonely western grave. SONG OF THE SHIRT. R v. Dr. Talmage's Elequent sermon n n Woman's Wok. BB.OoKLYN, Jnne 3 - -Rev. T. Do Witt Talma...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 20 June 1894

VOL. IX. MANNING, S. C., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 20, 1894. NO. 47. DESERT THE DEOCRACY. ti THAT ISI HE ALVICE OFA DISGUSTED P DEMOCRAT. f( ~Hopeless e-1 Re'ler Through the N.tionaI CC th Democnc y, Re Advocate s Unlen Wi h Pepulits-PE CUrar Views St-ogOly Sta ted. th COLrUMBIA, S. C., June 13.-The let ler below was published in the State of a, 1ast Monday. The State editorially rt says it is a remarkable letter, still the er more remarkable because it proceeds in from a lawyer and a Straightout De- ti mocrat, wuo is known to us as an hon est and earnest and conscientious man. CE Here is the letter: To the Editor of the State: The de- cc cision of Congress against free banks si is a fateful turning point in the affairs ag of political parties in the United States ye and most particular in this State. The th developments of the past twelve sa months have wrought a great change to in the views and feelings of many, if tr not most, of our conservative South re Carolina Democrats. We no longer t...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 20 June 1894

LOUIS APPELT, Editor. Wednesday, June -0, 1894. The Florence Times is soon to be issued as a semi-weekly. The State campaign meeting will be held in Manning on July 10th. Tillman will beat Butler with about the same majority he beat Shepperd. From the investigations going o in Washington it looks like some o the Senators took a little $ugar i3 their'n. Candidates, don't be bashful. Come forward and put your cards in the Times, and let the people know what office you want. . 1 We suspect the Columbia Journal will cut considerable Capers in the campaign while the Ball is rolling around the State. James E. Tindal has the interest of the people at heart, and, if elected Governor, will give us an administra tion that the people will feel proud oL The Prohibitionists of Columbia are jumping the liquor sellers. A number of cases was reported to Mayor Sloan last Monday. What will the harvest be ? When any of our former opponents apply for admission into the Reforlm ranks see that their pock...

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. — 20 June 1894

THE IANNING TIMES. Pultisi.cd Ever? Wednesday. LOUIS APPELT, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. Terms: .BscaIPrION RATis.-One copy, one year $1.50; one copy, six months, 75 cents. one copy, three vnths, 50 cents. All subscriptions payabbe ia advance. AnVarsTIM riES.-One square, first in sertion. $1 00; each subsequentinsertion, .0 ceis. Obituaries and Tributes of lRespect charged for as regular advertise ments. Liberal contracts made for three, six, and twelve months. tWMouc.kT1oxs anust be accompanied by the real na-ne and address of the writer in order to receive attenion. 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, June 20, 1894. Your Name in Prinl. -Mrs. N. A. Hall is visiting relatives at St. Stephens. -Rev. John 0. Gough is quite sick at his home in North Carolina. -Mr. Jerome P. Chase, Jr., of Florence. is visiting his...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 20 June 1894

BE IS THY BROTHER Has he fallen, deeply fallen. From the path of truth and light' Is he groping, blindly gropini, In the blackness cf sin's night? Ishe straying, sadly strayina, From the tender Shepherd'r fold.' Is he staying, idly staying, 1 On the mountain, beak and cold If he's fallen, still remember, Thine own steps may one day stido. For while Virtue's path is narrow, Error's way is broad and wide. Or, if frcm the fold he's wandered, Lured by pleasure's voice away, Rememberfrom His loving care, Thine own feet are prone to stray. Turn not from a fellow creature Haughtily, with scornful eyes, But from sin and shameful railures. Lend a hand and help him rise. If on his brow there rests a marking, Like the bitter curse of Cain, By gentle words and kindly actions Help erase the deadly stain. Tell him of God's pardoning goodness And you'll do the Master's will, For it matters not how fallen, .Know he is thy brother still. A DANGEROUS LELAN. The Rev. Dr, Talmage Preaches vbrough The F...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 27 June 1894

VL MW7 VOL. IX. - -- MANNSC.WENSAJN ,__O 4. BUTLER AND TILLMAN. THE GREAT SENATORIAL RACE BE GUN AT ROZK HILL. Senator Evans Made a Speech and Had Some Passes with the Crowd-Pope and TIndel Do Their Devoir-The O) her Candidates 11 Not Spsak. RoCK HILL, June 18.-The great Senatorial cntest has begun. During the early hours et the (lay hundreds of people were congregated around Turn er's Hotel, where both Butler and Till man were quartered, and it was a Butler crowd, the followers of the G overnor not coming up into town in large rum bers. Two hundred Butlerites arrived yes terday. Fifty of them came from Edge field and the remainder from Greenville. At 6:30 this morning the train from Col umbia brought 450 more, all wool-hat, hardy looking fellows, from Union, Fairfield and stations aloag the C. C. & A. road. A good many others came in about 10:30 from the direction of Charlotte. The audience at the meeting numbered about 2,000.* Oae of the not able passengers from Columbia was N...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 27 June 1894

TE KNNING TIXES ti w ei LOUIS APPELT, Editor. h ti Wednesday, June 27, 1894. i 0 ti Senator Irby has driven another tl D into the coffin of his slanderers by a Voting with those that favor the in- v et ecome t When the campaigners come to Manning on the 10th of July let us give them a big reception. Let every man that can, be in Manning on that t day. b If Cal Caughman's Sumter speech f is a fair sample of his attempting to c assist Senator Butler in his fight for p re-election, the Senator should pray a to be delivered from his friends. ti The Charlotte Observer said it was so hot in South Carolina last Satur- a day that even the railroad track melted. The same paper said that Butler would beat Tillman, and it was not joking either. The South Carolina College will conclude its commencement exercises to-day. The annual orator this year t was CoL Hugh Garden, of New York. Col. Garden is originally from Sum ter, and is a nephew of Dr. S. C. C. t Richardson. The rumors that have been r...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 27 June 1894

THE IANuluG TIME. Pubtd-ed Every Wednesday. a - _ _ p p LOUIS APPELT, b 0 EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. 0 a C Ternis: SenscrTIQs RATxs.-Onle copy, one year $1.50; one copy, six months, 7. (entg. one copy, three :iuinths, cents. All 0 subscriptions payable in advance. g AivRnTIsING RATES.-OnO square, first in- a sertion 11 00; each subsequentinsertion, ti 50 ce-ts. Obituaries and Tributes Of d - espect :1,arged for as regular advertise- I ments. Liberal contracts made for three, 0 six, and twelve montas. UoMrxI'caTrIONS 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 a LOUIS APPELT, t Manning, S. C. i t< h - Oublishes all County and Town t, a Official Advertisements. c ti Wednesday, June 27, 1S94. 6 " b Your Naime in Print. tI -Miss Grace Jervey is v-siting friends h in Manning. I -Mr. James D. McDowell is at home from Dav...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 27 June 1894

The marriage rite was over &nd though I turned aside To keep the guests from seeinz. The tears i could not hide. I raised my face in smiling, And led'my llttle brother To gret my father's chosen But I could not call her mother. She is a fair young creature, With meek and gentle air, With blue eyes bright and beaming, And sunny silken hair,. I knew my father gave her The love he gave anctt er. But if she were an angel. I could not call her mothr. They took my mother's picture From its accustomed place, And hung beside my father's A fairer and younger face. 'They made her dear old chamber The abode of another, .Bat I will not forget thee Mv own my angel mother. Last night I heard her singim A song I used to love, As its dear notes were hallowed By one who sings above. It grieved my heart to hear her 'Ihe tears i could not smother, For every tone was hallowed By the voice of my mother. My father's in the sunshine And brighter days to come, They have forgot fhe shadows That darkened...

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

*C VO I. MIANNING, S. C., WEDNESDAY, JULY 4,184.________NO. 49. A CHANGE IN TACTICS. SENATORIAL CANDIDATES PUT BY RAW HODES AND SALT. O:dorlv &.e 10C uat Chelteat oG;t g into ial-mu Isues-EItex,)3 anc Er atm Spar for Potat-Tte Cr irwd Undemn oumst il - CHESTEnFIELD, S. C., June 26.-be campaign of education is actually dawning. The meeting of the second week opened here today with a decided revolution in the character of the speakers. Wonderful, wonderful to relate, the lambasting was discontin ned and the discussion of issues began. For a day, at least, the scorcher and the roaster have been laid aside and the people have been regailed with more edifying and enlightening dis cussion. The crowd of about 800 persons was well behaved and in thorough good humor, interferng with no one and ap plauding circumspectly. In truth the meeting was really ideafln comparis'n with Its predecessors, noth in respect to the character of the speeches and the orderly, good natured demeanor of the h...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 4 July 1894

wrEKNmnGr TI.ES LOUIS APPELT, Editor. Wednesday, July 4, 1894. Every Reform club in the county should be well represented in Man ning next Tuesday. The Reform clubs are to have a meeting on August 4th to elect dele gates to a County Reform Convention. At this meeting a vote is to be taken to ascertain who the choice of the members of the Reform faction is for Governor. It is therefore very im portant that every member of a club should be out at the meeting. When the clubs instruct their delegates, they should also take a vote to ascer tain the club's second choice, in case their first choice can not win. If Tindal is the first choice of Clarendon county the delegates elected from the County Convention will stand by Tindal in the State Convention as long as he remains in the race. But should he find himself unable to cap ture the prize and withdraw from the race, the delegates should be instruct ed as to the county's second choice. This is what we call getting the sen timents of the ...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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