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

TEhMAIMNGTIKES Putiied Ev:eryq Wesdi. LOUIS APPELT, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. Terms: SUnsnIrTios 'R.-res.-One copjy, o(ri y-1 $1.50; one col-y; six months, 75 ccit one copy, three mnontbs, 50 cents. A subscriptions payau-le in advane.. AD=TSTIsisG RArES.- --One square, first it sertion. $1 00; each subseqnentinsertio 59 cents. Obituaries and Tributes c Respect charged for as regular advertis ments. Liberal contracts made for thre six, and twelve mouths. CoxxrmICAnoris must be accompanied I the real na-ne and address of the writer i order to receive attention. No commun cation of a personal character will be pul lished except as an advertisement. For further informatio)n address LOUIS APPELT, Mannig. S. C. ,ublishes all County and Tow Official Advertisements. 'Wednesday, July 4, 1S94. Your Name in Prinl. -Cadet C. R. Haivin is at home spend ing his vacation. -Mr. S. C. Williams is attending the U S. enurt in Charleston this week as a juror --Miss Celie Weinberg, of Darlington, i visitin...

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

1NFAN t RANDS. Fair beacon lights at dusky eve, In cottage door and palace hall; They beckon man from busy marts, Those dimpled hands outstretched ant small. Herculean powers within them liF, Wee finger tips with rosy palm; One magic touch on cheek or brow Will quell an angry rising storm. Ofttimes they vanish from the sight, Those darling hands more prized that gold; Passive in death's chill hand they lie Like frozen lilies pure and cold. God says: "A little child shall lead," And c!ear-eyed faith discerns afar Those gleaming hands at close of day Are beckoning homo through gate ajar. SAVE T HE SAB=A I t Rev. Dr T.mtrg i c ou 0 A Sublect 01 Ui Ie la e-est. BRoOKLYN, Jane 24.-For toda Rev. Dr. Talmage has choosen a suject of world wide interest as the theme o: his sermon throuah the press -v z. thE necessity of guardirg the christiL Sah bath against invasions that aim at itE destruction. The tc-xt selected was Exodus xxxi, 13, "Ver'y my Sabbaths ye shall keep." The wisdom ot ceesati...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 11 July 1894

VOL. IX. _ _MANNING, S. C., WEDNESDAY., JULY 11 1894. NO. 50. TiE MARION MEETING. a tI IT WAS A GOOD ONE DESPITE THE ai ti BAD WEATHER. ai ce Intereat Shown Ch'ent in the SenatrialI til Fight-GOvernor TIlmaza's Questions st and Senator Batiei's Answerr. sa MARIoN, S. C., July 3.-If this had hi been a ball game instead of a campaign re meeting here today its record would . have been written, "Rain-no game-" ris But the candidates could not be fright- ( ened by a wetting, so anxious were bt they to have their innings, look the t dear people in the eye and see them face to-face. There were about 700 per- m sons who turned out to see the Senato rial rock-pitching and the various and p1 sundry side accompaniments to the big political show. Tney were martyrs ] to their curiosity, Interest or whatever feeling that took them there. They t not only saw reeds shaken by the wind, b but felt themselves drenched from tr head to foot by torrents of water from black clouds that hung over the town....

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 11 July 1894

THE IANEIG TIMES3 LOUIS APPELT, Editor. Wednesday, July 11, 1S94. GANTT EASILY ANSWERED. In last week's issue of the Pied mont Headlight Editor Gantt belched up a lot of his venom and fired it at the Times. He not only misrepre sented us in his several paragraphs of his stuff, but he wilfully made a charge against us that is not true. The Manning Times is not controlled by any man or set of men outside of the editor, and it always tries to be fair and just even to its opponents. We are not disposed to abuse and misrepresent our opponents in or out of the Reform Movement, and when we think a man has been wil fully misrepresented and slandered as John McLaurin has been by the Headlight we endeavor to expose the motive for the misrepresentation. We will not sit idly by and see the editor of the Headlight or anyone else attempting to smash character and confidence to gratify a petty spleen and jealousy. He calls the editor of the Times "McLaurin's Cuckoo," but as Gantt has been commissi...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 11 July 1894

~E IME N= TS Pubdshed Every Wednesday. LOUIS APPELT, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. Terms: SUnsenIPRno RATF.-One copy, one year $1.50; one copy, six months, ;5 cents. one copy, three months, 50 cents. All subscriptions payable in- advance. ADVrnasnns RATEs.--One square, first in sertion. $1 00; each subsequentinsertion, S0 cents. Obituaries and Tributes of Respect charged for as regular advertise ments. Liberal contracts made for three, six, and twelve months. CoxxrNic&Toss must be accompanied by the real na-ne and address of thewriter 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 Town Official Advertisements. Wednesday, July 11, 1S94. Your Name in i'rmt. -Mr. -N. W. Legg left last week for his home in Tennessee. -Mrs. J. W. McLeod and children are visiting relatives at Charleston, West Vir ginia. Messrs. Thomas & Bradham have...

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

THE GOLDEN SIDE. There is many a rest in the road of li'e If we would only stop to take it; And many a tone from the better lana lfthe querulous heart wou'd make it. To the soul that is full of hope. And whose beautiful trust nie'er faileth, The grass is green and le ilowers are -brght Though the Winter's storn prevaihth. Better hepe though the clouds hang low, And to keep the eyes still lilted; Forthe sweet blue sky will soon peep through, When the ominous clouds are rifted. There was never a night without a day, Or an evening withont a worning. And the darkest hour, as the proverb goes, Is the hour before the dawning. There is many a gem in the path of life Which we pass in our idle pleasure Shatis richer far than the jeweled crown Or the miser's hoarded treasure, It may be the love of a little child. Ora mother,s prayer to heaven, Or only a beggar's grateful thank., For a cup of water given. Better to weave in the % eb of i fe A bright and golden flilng, And do God's will with a ...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 18 July 1894

yOLj IX. MAINNING, S. C., WEDNESDAY, JULY -1.18. ___NO51 THE MANNING MEETING. GENERAL RICHBOURG'S FIRST AP PEARANCE AS A SPEAKER. Tbe Crowd With Tiluan-An Ovation to Secretary Tindal-Batler Favors the Formation of Stivar Leagues-What the Other Candidates Said. MANmoG, S. C , July 10.-Notwith standing the rain today the court house was crowded to hear the candidates for State and Senatorial honors. The speeches of all the candidates were re garded equal to, if not better, than at any previous meeting. The crowd ( was overwhelmingly for Governor Till- c man for Senator to succeed Butler. General Richbourg made his first cam paign speech today. The meeting was presided over by I Hon. S. A. Nettle?, County Chairman. c After prayer by Rev. H. M. Mood the speakers were introduced in the follow ing order: Hon. J. Walter Whitman, f General R. N. Richbourg, Hon. W. H. Yeldell, Governor B. R. Tillman, Sena- I tor M. C. Butler, Hon. John Gary Ev- f ans, Comptroller General W- H. Ellerbe 1 and ...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 18 July 1894

TE KANIN TIESl LOUIS AP.PELT, Editor. Wednesday, July 18, 1894. All the newspapers agree that the Charleston campaign meeting was a disgrace. Let every club in the county dis cuss the advisability of nominating a full set of State officers. John M. Waddill, of Darlington, is out in a card denouncing Tillman. He says Tillman is a stingy man. Wonder if Waddill has the same com plaint against McLaurin? Alas, poor Darlington! Wehave been fearful sometime for the mental soundness of that town, and at last the worst is coming. A citizen of that town is said to have gone 'crazy last week, and to have gone around hunting for Governor Tillman, to kill him. He attacked a citizen, thinking he was Tillman, and the police had to take him in charge and put him in jail to save the innocent citizen's life. Alas, poor Darlington, that she should let her hatred and prejudices unsettle her mind. The Greenville News, in its issue of July 12th, misrepresented us when it said: "The Manning Times ap peals...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 18 July 1894

THE KMIG TIMES*1 puobshLd .ver I| s c .daV/ LOUIS APPELT, - EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. Terms: SBSsciPTION RAUTs.-One copy, one year $1.50; one copy, six months, 75 c-nts. one copy, three months, 50 cents. All subscriptions payable in advance. ADvERTISNMG RATzs. -One square, first in sertion, $100; each subsequentinsertion, 50 cents. Obituaries and Tributes of Itespect charged for a: regular advertise ments. Liberal contrats made for three, six, and twelve months. Uomx!iN.CATIoSs muist be accompanied by the real name 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. Dublishes all County and Town Official Advertisements. Wetnesday, July IS, 1894. Your Name in Print. -Dr. R. B. Loryea is visiting relatives in Mayesville. -Mr. M. Kalisky, after being oil on the road for sometime, returned home last Sat urday morning. -Mrs. S. A. Rigby a...

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

THE TIRELE5S LITTLE TODDLER.: lie toddles, toddles all the day And never seems to tire. - This little iran in baby c:othes Who's full of youthful fire. He jabbers, jabbers all the day And never will be still, This little boss with flaxen hair Who lives at Copenhill, lie wanders underneath the treV With his beloved Pat, A little fuzzy dog Who's death to every rat. ie talks about the su and nnon In his peculiar way I [is m ania understands him, though In all he has to say. lie isjutt the dearest little chap Who loves to laugh and peep At one and all and littl'arms Around my neck will creep. And then he always has to grunt le loves so awfully hard: This little nian in baby clottes I pray the Lord to guard. FROM YOUTH TO AGE. PR. Dr. Taimagts InterestlIng D~scourae Through the Pre as. ERCoKLYN, July 8.-Rev. Dr. Tal mage, who is now nearing the antipodes on his round the world journey, has selected as the subject for bie sermon through the press today "Thi Rustic In the Palace," the text...

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

VOL. Ix. - MANNING, S. C., WEDNESDAY, JULY 2194N 2 A LIVELY MEETING. tl ELLERBE AND EVANS GETT ING DOWN a b TO HARD WORK. S Governor Tinau Says ibe Gobornatorisl a V1 JLCsndidateSNttd Not Expect ally Help t) from im.Senator Itytler M3 king a P s Bard right. BARN WELL, S. C., July 17.-News paper correspondents had to hustle for L awhile tcday to keep up with some of 9 the speaka-s. The reason for this was f that new firecrackers were lit and ex ploded. For several weeks. except oc- t casionally, the press gang has found it monotonous killing time during the t speeches. Nearly every man thrashes the same old straw and the reporters a know it all by heart. They do not a bother with anything except whatever i new matter may have lodged in a can didate's head over night. In other , w.rds, it is a good deal like milking a t c;w. The milk Is the same each time, b but there is always a little cream to skim. It is the cream which the pencil shovers look out for. Well, cream was v plentiful h...

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

TIE MANNING TIMES. 0 LOUIS APPELT, Editor. r Wednesdy, July 2 IS94. t The Reformers are actively at work in Columbia, and if determination will accomplish it, they will add Rich land to the Reform column. When the Reform Conventions ] meet on tie 13th of August it would be a god time to select State electors for the Democratic nominating con vention. Ex-Congressman George D. Till- i man declines to be pulled into the j gubernatorial contest. He knows i when he has enough. Talbert taught i him that. The Democratic clubs throughout the county reorganize next Saturday, the 28th inst. This is important and every Democrat in the county should f be enrolled. Thi irrepressible Cal Caughman was *i a "howling" reception at t his home in Lexington. The enthu- 8 siasm was so great that Cal could not C find words to express himself. Don't fail to attend your club t meetings next Saturday, and by all means do not confuse next Saturday's I meeting with those of August 11th. t Read both calls care...

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

TIRE IANU1G TI!ESs 1i' Nlis d Every iunesday. LOUIS APPELT, EDITOR AND PROPEIETOt. Terms: MtaseniI'T1os .IAThs.-OneC copy, one yeari ,..0; one copy, six months, 75 cents. one copy, three months, 50 cents. All subscriptions pyable in advance. ADvEaiTsDso RmTs.E--OLe square, first in sertion. $100t eaeh subsequentinsertion, 50 cents. Obituries and Tributes oi 1espect charged for as regular advertise ments. Liberal contracts made for three, six, and twelve months. Co-uwtICITIONS 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 all County and Town Official Advertisements. Wednesday, July 25, 1594. your Namne inl Print. -Miss L. M. Coppedge, of Wadesboro, is visiting the family ot Mr. C. L. Enian nel. -Mr. James E. Davis left yesterday for Aiken to attend the meeting of the State Allia...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 25 July 1894

3031E RE&RTS. Through days a-weary, andt scCne SO dreary, SoIe heart in the shadow mulst staY, While the aching eyes scan gloomy skies For a light in the far away. Through the darkness deep, dread agonies creep, And steal the reluctant perfume Of the flowers rare, that fate seemed to dare, On thegrief strIcken soil to bloom. Through the dismal years, of weeping and fears, Some hearts, with their burden of woe. On the grim highway, where no sun beams play, Through the blackness of night must go. Some hea;ts must weep, while other hearts sleep, Ne'er dreaming of pain or sorrow, Some hearts are sighing. some hearts are crying O'er visions of dread tomorrow. Some hearts must kneel and the chast'ning feel, As hopes that were framed in the past Fall into decay, and swift, pass away, Too frail, through suffering, to last. Some hearts are aching, and silently break ing, While the lives of others are crowned With rarest delight, that never takes flight, Where despair's dark face never fr...

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

VOL. X. 11ININ ._._,W DN SA ,_-G S A DAY OF SENSUIONS. CANDIDATES- MAKE CHARGES AND COUNTER CHARGES. Lively Crowd at Winnsboro-The Most ByeTAtful Campaign Meiting of !he Seritea-Reformer shake Etch Other Up. WINNSBORO, S. C., 1uly 24.-The most eventful meeting of the campaign was held here today. From the point of view of peace and good order it was a model gatheriu; politically it was not model. The simple and blunt truth is that the Reformers participated in an all-around slugging match,in which nearly all of them became involved be fore it was over. Col. D. P. Duncan started the ball by denouncing Larry Gantt, his traducer, as a "buzzard." Senator Stanyarne Wilson jumped on Colonel Duncan and partially defended Gantt. Evans next went for Ellerte and Ellerbe went for Evans. Governor Tillman undertook to spank the whole crowd, including Tindal,and got into a sharp and salty spat with General Ellerbe. I will not now undertake to give my opinion of the outcome of this spat. I have gi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 1 August 1894

TEEMAI~INGTIMES9 LOUIS APPELT, Editor. We4nesday, August 1, 1S94. Ellerbe's chances for Governor are growing beautifully less, while Tin dal is gaining ground every day. We cannot understand why it is 'that the Columbia Register was the first to advocate the Colleton plan, and now on the eve of putting the plan into execution it cries out against it. There is considerable difference of opinion on the question of whether the Governor made a mistake in re opening the dispensaries. Neverthe less the action of the Governor will be sustained by the people. Let every club in the county send to the County Convention a red hot set of delegates who will send men to Columbia to vote for James E. Tin dal first, last and all the time. By sending such men Tindal will be Gov ernor in spite of the blowings of El lerbe and Evans. Reformers I It is important for every one of you to attend your club meeting Saturday, August 11th, and vote for your choice for Governor and the delegates to the County R...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 1 August 1894

TEMANNIN TIME. Pubtdshed Every Wi-duec.sday. LOUIS APPELT, EDITOR AND PROPRIETORz. Terms: SUBSCnIPTION TATEs.-One copy, one year $1.50; one copy, six months, 7 cents. one copy, three :n:.nths, 50 cents. All subscyiptions payable in advance. ADvST1smisO RATs.-One square, first in sertion. $1 00; each subsequent insertion, 50 cents. Obituaries and Tributes of Respect charged for as regular advertise ments. Liberal contracts made for three, six, and twelve months. 'ComidU~cavross must be accompanied by the real na-ne and address of the writer in order to receive attention. No communi cation of a persoi.al character will be pub lished except as an advertisement. For further information wadr.:ss LOUIS APPELT. Manning, S. C. Oublishes all County and Town Official Advertisements. Wednesday, August 1, 1894. Your Name in Print. -Mr. C. L. Emanuel left this morning to visit relatives in Marlboro and North Carolina. -Mrs. S. A. Rigby, Mrs. S. M. Wells, and Mr. J. R. Rigby have retarned home fr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 1 August 1894

GOLDEN HOURS, GOLDEN D AV.% Everything has beauty in it In the world that 'round us lies, Lifting up each waking minute, Giving joy to longing eyes, That shall fill the hours with praise - Golden hours made golden days. By us joys are ever flyinlg, Let us make our hearts their snare, Let us share the sweetness- lini All about us everywhere Let us walk in happy ways Golden hours make golden days. Troubles come but they are fleeting; soon their shadows will go by. As the clouds the sunlight meeting, Pass and show the azure sky. Life is full of sunny rays Golden hours make golden da5 s. LIVES WORTH LIVING. Those That Les d t, an Ex ettErce That Nevir Ends. BRooKLYN, July 22.-Rev. Dr. Tal mage, who is now touring in the Aus tralian cities, has chosen as the su j-ct for today's sermon through the press "Worth Living," the text beins taken from Lamentations lii, 39, "Wheref're doth a living man complain?" Uf we live to the evolutionists to guess where we came from and to the theolo gians ...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 8 August 1894

CL X VOL. X. MANNING, S. C,. WEDNESDAY,__AUGUST 8, 189.__ N.2 HOT 'rIMES IN UNION. THE CANIDATES FOR SENATOR HAVE A TILT. 'he C,owd Cherr f., T3IasIrtn Whilo Butler TP14 a t - speak, ard ae C11e1 Blacktuards--Great Exctement-Caugh man Tilts to Sp ale. UNION, July 31.-Strong men and brave men lotked fcr serious trouble at Union this afternoon and early to night and held their breaths until it was over. Well, its over, and there was no personal difficulty between Butler and Tillman. There were hot words, however, and the two men shook their forefinger3 at each other and talked hard and fast while the train on which they were dashed noisily along and everybody breathlessly awaited the outcome. It's a long story how it all came about, but the public will de vour every word with eagerness and will not then be satisfied. HOW IT CAME ABOUT. Here's the story, although some of the same facts appear elsewhere in this report. On Saturday at Laurens Senator Butler gave to the newspaper men a pa...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 8 August 1894

LOUIS APPELT, Editor. Wednesday, Autiist 8, 1894. Hartwell M. Ayer retires from the e4itorial management of the Flor ence Times, and is succeeded by John P. Coffin. Kate Field, a brilliant journalist, says her idea of hell, "is the present condition of the country," and that idea has been obtained without at tending the Charleston campaign meeting. P. G. Bowman, formerly of Sumter isreported to be a candidate for the U. S. Senate from Alabama on the Populist platform. He is a candidate for prison honors, too, if the published report of his killing a man in Bir mingham is true. Ex-Sheriff Holley, of Aiken, has been appointed chief constable of the State. Mr. Holley has the reputa tion of being a man that will carry out his orders to the letter, and he will not use any harsh means unless it becomes absolutely necessary. Two years ago to be a Reformer was a disgrace in the estimation of some people, but now it has become fashionable, and we hear some of the hottest Antis now proclaimin...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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