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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
tion by the editor of Fthe Darlington
News this report turned out to be
false. The editor knowing the seri
ousness of the charge pushed his in
vestigation and from the railroad
officials themselves it was shown the
constables did not touch the trunk,
nor had they been in the depot. That
report failing to accomplish the pur
pose those bent on bringing on a
bloody strife, took another tack. They
whispered about in the excited mob
that IMr. C. S. McCullough, a very
popular citizen, had dared the con
stables to search his house, and that
the constables had accepted the chal
lenge and were about to begin their
ransacking work. This had the effect
of adding fuel to the flames; guns
were procured by the already mad
denad crowd and a bloody conflict
was about to begin. Mr. McCullough
was found and asked about the affair,
and it was news to him-there was
net the slightest foundation for the
rumor. Not satisfied the sheriff and
constables were interviewed and they
had not heard of it-it was news to
them. The sheriff said he had no
warrants to search McCullough's
or any other private house. One
malicious report after another was
spread, and we believe with the in
tention of preciptating bloQdshed.
. It has been the boast .of Darling
tonians that whiskey was being sold
as freely in that town as before the
dispensary law went into effect, and
that they intended to sell it regard
less of the law and consequences.
Take politics out of the question and
the liquor selling element would have
no supporters, but with politics these
men have allied with them a strong
backing, and by their reckless disre
gard for the law and their political
hatred they have sacrificed lives that
were worth a millions times more than
all the liquor in the world. The edi
tor of this paper knew the lamented
Frank Norment, we were boys to
ether. He was a noble fellow and
it is greatly to be deplored that such
a life should be sacrificed upon such
an unworthy altar. But the shooting
did not take place where the raiding
went on. No, the constables had finish
ed their work and were about to leave
the place. Fate, however, was
against them, the train upon which
they were to- depart was late, and
while waiting for the train a personal
difficulty occurred between two young
Darlingtonians. One was getting the
better of the other, when a negro
cme upon the scene and attempted
to assist the man getting the worst of
the fight. Constable McLendon in
lerfered and would not allow the
double teaming. This was the last
straw ! The young man that was de
prived of the negro's help jumped
into a 'bus standing near and went
after a crowd of friends. What he
told them no one knows, but they
came, as some of the newspapers say,
"on private business," and when they
arrived upon the scene McLendon
was pointed out as the one that in
terfered and immediately hot and
blasphemous langnage was exchanged
followed by the exchange of shots,
and killing of two citizens-Frank
Norment, an insurance agent, and
-- Redmond, a clerk in a barroom,
and Constable Pepper. Several others
were wounded. These friends that
were brought into this trouble all
went to the depot on "private busi
ness," but nevertheless they went there
heavily armed as the result shows,
and the newspapers that have them
there on "private business" say that
Redmond was killed after - having
emptied his pistol and was in the
Carolina the low country did nc
have all the military. The con
panies in the upper. portion of tl
State, regardless of faction, respoude
and peace is about restored. In th
zeal of some of the newspapers t
make political capital from this mo!
deplorable affair, one of the corre!
pondents gives away what to us lool
as if there was a compact agreed upo
and that Darlington was to put t1,
ball in motion. We take the follov
ing from the News and Courier's co:
respondence in Sunday's issue:
"The Vigilants, who had been beatir
the bush all night and day, passed sever
times within hailing distance of the spil
in the darkness without knowing it unt
daylight, too late revealed their trael
slipping away in the darkness of tt
swamps to safer regions. The searel
therefore has been in vain. Great indigln
tion is expressed that Sumter should ha"
slumped and gone over to the Governor.
It is horrible to think that me:
will allow political disappointment t
take them to the extent of sacrificin
lives for political advantage, but
these correspondents show anythi
they show that an opportunity was a
that was wanted to make another deE
perate effort to agin control thi
government. Everything was play
ing nicely into their hands, the coun
try was aroused, sympathy was fel
iinevery portion of the State for th
Ifamilies of the unfortunate victims c
their own rashness, the soldiery re
fused to act, the right arr
of the law was apparent
ly paralyzed, the golden op
portunity was at hand, and they ap
plied the blow while the heat was or
and from the News and Courier w
take another sample of the tactics re
"This says most unequivocally that o
Tillman, and on Tilliman alone, rests th
full blame of this shedding of blood
Nothing can take away this responsibilit;
from him, an- if South Carolinians cai
further supinely ~allow this state of thing
to continue, then in our craven hearte,
cowardice would we de;erve foreyer to wea
that brand of infamy and dearadatior
known as Tillmanism.
"Under no circ'umstances should thi
thing be allowed to stop until we asset
ourselves and shake off. once and forever
this yoke that has too long been endured
Acquiesenceo now means a return to all w
have suftered. Resistance from one end c
the State to the other means the knell C
Tillmanism. This is what we all thinlk
this is what has been quietly and Ietei
minedly reiterated here all day. Darhng
ton is willing to continue as she has begun
Will others follow?"
. When the Governor found that on,
section of the State wasiso recreant t,
their duty and country as to alloN
political prejudice to sway them h
sought another section and gallartl;
they responded, and when his ol
command, the Edgefield. Huzzar.
came flying to the assistance of thei
old chieftain his heart must hav
danced with joy. Slowly but surel,
the farmers away from telegraphi,
communication beard the call of th,
chief executive, and on they came t(
uphold the laws of the State an<
siow to the world that the deatL]
knell of Tillman has not yet sounde<
and the fact of "Darlington bein;
willing to contiue as she has begun,
or "will others follow ?" makes the
masses more and more determined t<
keep in cointrol of this government
The Reform faction were having thei:
differences with but little likelihood o
a split, but if there was a prospect.o
a split in the Reform ranks it ha:
been removed by the foolish and re
vengeful conduct of the oppcsition
Their actions for, the past few dayx:
has welded the Reform chain s<
strong that no human agency cai
~ever make an indentation upon it. Hai
the proper spirit been shown by onu
opponents when this terrible affail
occurred and the aid asked for by th(
Governor been given him, it wouli
have had a powerful influence ii
bringing about a reconciliation be
tween the two factions; as it is, they
have by setting a bad example to an
other race, drifted farther and farthe:
apart. They are to-day more separ
at hntey were when blind hatret
sought through Alex. C. Haskell t<
take control by disrupting the Demo
"Resistance from one end of th<
State to the other means the knell o
Tillmanism." Reformers, these word
are written upon the banners of. thb
opposition, think of them, keep then
in your mind. They say to live un
der Tillmanism is a degradation
Who put Tillmanism in power? Wa
it not the people they want the Stat
from one end to the other to resist
Let the resistance be forced up~
we will not invite it, hut whme
forced, it will be seen thtthe R'
principles, or Tillmanism, as'
prefer, is deeply rooted on S
Carolina's soil and it will ren..
there until the people accomp-.
the purpose. g
Among the compania .
sponded to the Governor'
Captain W. P. Cony
boy. All hon
t All Itono' to Our Cavalry!
Gov. Tillman telegraphed to Capt. D.
e Brailsford on Saturday the following:
1 As semble your command, armed an'.
e equipped for serviee, and report.
11x-. R. Tlu , (iovernor.
Capt. Irailsford dispatched a eIriner t
the nearest telegrapli oflue with th f1llow
SGov. 1. P ilhan a -The HamptoI
n Light Dragoons. with lo.ied carbines,
c await your orders. -P. W. BRAILSFOI.D."
They were thwi ordercd to report tc
- .hor- Sanders. at Sumter, to guard thc
jail, arnd in a ftw hol"rs were at the depo
er w hen the sheriff wir.d that he did not need
, rl . Tiy were allowed to return to theii
holes with orders to hold thenmse1lVes in
rea~dness at a momient's notice. At 4 p,
m. Snday the governor telegraphed Capt.
. hrailsford to bring his command to Co
' lia. The captain generously construed
thins to mean his entire battallion, and
e mounting his horse he summoned Capt.
Richbourg, and these devoted commanders
rode the entire night ordering their men to
the depot to leave for Columbia Monday
3 evening. They were doomed,however, to dis.
.; appointment, as the go;ernor telegraphed
f he now had a suficiency of troops, and
) they had to again disband. So while they,
in the eves of the public, have had no place
in the picture, yet there was in that host at
- Columbia a command who displayed more
3 prompt and urquestioning obedience te
orders, the highcst merit of a soldier. and
endured more fatigue and exposure. Old
- Clarendon is proud of the second battallior
t and feel that when her days of calamity
? come they will prove her bulwark and ar
Very few know what it mean,
- to ~assemble a country cavalr%
I company which covers a territory o
- ten miles. We are reliablvinforme.1 thal
day actually broke before t re two captain
reached their honios. The men were eagei
~to o, and suff'ered great fatigue in asseni
.Wbling. All honor to Captains Uriailsford'.
- and Riehibourg's comunmmnd. They did
honor to Carendon. None blt true nien
STAtTE oF Onlo. CITY ('I- TOLE-jw,f
Lr i em Uj to . (' )lruo
I ix'~is Covxrvy. I- s
Frank J. Chenev makes oath that he i
the senior partner of the firum of F. J. Che
ney & Co.. doing business in the City o
Tolelo, County and State aforesaid, and
that said'tirm will pay the suni of Onc
Hundred Dollars for ena and every case o.
Catarrh that cannot lie cured by the use o
11all's Catarrh Care.
FRANK J. CHENEY.
t Sworn to before me and subscribed in my
presence, this Gth dlayv of December, A. D.
[ .j . . GLEAkSON, Notairv Pnblic.
.Iills Catarrh ('ure is taken internally
and acts directiv on the blood and nimucoi
surfaces of the system. Send for testimo
F. J. CkENEY & CO., Toledo, 0.
- rSold by druggists, 75c.
They are all howling calamity now. For
several years financial reformers have been)
telling in very plain English that these
conditions were coming. They described
them years ago just as clearly as it could bt
done now. For doing so they were ridi.
" culed as cranks and calamity howlers. Se
rvas Noah when he was preaching to the
3 people that for their cussedness a flood was
coming: but he kept pegging away at tbc
ark. When the fools that had bcen ridi
euling him crawled up on the highest peak
and the wter came up to their necks, hE
heard them, as the ark floated lightly by,
jeering at each other on Opposite pleaks,
and cursing about the tariff and Hawaii, andl
swearing there wasn't going to be any
flood '- Progressive Farmer.
Of H~ood's Sarsaparilla is due the trenien
dons amount of brain work and constaint
care used in its preparation. Try one bot
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English Spitvin Liniment removes all
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.swollen throats, coughs, etc. Save $50 by
.use of one bottle. Warranted the most
wonderful blemish cure ever known. Sold
by J. G. Dinkins &. Co., druggists, .Man.
ning S. C.
SDo You Expect to Become a
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AssistsNature, Lessens~angerand Shortens labor.
"My wife sufferdmore in ten
minutes with her other, children
- than she did all tog with her
last, after havin ur bottles
~. of '91oTH ,'" says a
Custome N DALE,
t, Carmi, Ill.
Id by anl Druggists.
o condition of The
,at the close o1
eash.. 12,:140 7.
... 548 71
Opens the Way for Malaria
Hood's Sarsaparilla Makes Pure
Blood and Cures Malaria.
it is with pleasure that we call attention to
the testimonial of M1r. A. M. Deck, who is well
known in Florida, and to the travelling publie,
having for years been a railroad passenger con:
ductor and later, ticket agent at Jacksonville.
"C. L. H ood & Co., Lowell, ANlass.:
"Some three or four years ago I wrote to you
In reference to the good my boy had derived
from the use of Hood's Sarsaparilla, and now
allow me to say that the same boy and his
Prostrated With Malaria
and Hood's Sarsaparilla has again been used
with satisfactory results. I do not believe you
ean find a much better looking child for his age,
eight years, than our boy. For this picture of
health his mother and also myself attribute it to
the use of that most valuable remedy, Hood'S
Sarsaparilla. Bis trouble before taking the
.medicine was an affliction with bolls, and a gen.
eral breaking out all over his i&ody. Of course
from such suffering the child became weak and
a general prostration of the system was a natu-e
ral result. We again resorted to Hood's Sarsa
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tude but poorly expresses our feelings toward
Hood's Sarsaparilla." A. 31. BECKc, Belmore,
,Florida. Be sure to get Hood's.
Hood's Pills act easily, yet promptly and
efticiently, on the liver and bowels. 25o.
'0 Heart's Bloodf
V Is the most' important part of I
I your organism. Three-fourths of I
the complaints to which the sys
I ftem is subject are due to ipun- I
ties in the bood. You can, there,
IV fore, realize how vital it is to
Keep it Pure
For which purpose nothing can f
equal it effectuall re- I
movesk all impuritis
class h lodtoo
Ipreyure Be loodyusn
prenDs aynd Maia
Blood an od Cesblisarian
alays relablrug hat se lattof t
tJ.etmnilo r G..Dnkin &k wo.. wl
The loia n Drgto s. rvlln ulc
haIng yarsion t a aloand copseter stock
to adru te, icet ant Ceat s ksoleep
allote thorpar ersagenoMeicioe Pants,
Ins rearnce Winow egooass, boyar had erv
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allow aineosyta tNedls ame boy, and thie
an Hoosedas Srgstpare.ahsaai enu
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Flonrile pate e surcit aghet Hofs
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Bhcetter thnyya Pils, alth. 0
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Pureli Deruns teandMeins
nfroyateld ilishe7 arid
J r L. innt,&25 .
rTe Dgiestos7. 10
Iadioin toa e and 50e tc
ofDr uredi, 45n, (hict, weee
Ois n idauresM, quar a1 00
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in~ M~lxie inlQ Tramnt Oil an the
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MA~NNIlGs, 15 S 25
Chalston S.ice C.
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atel upn rC~i~t.Inedig moniy or
cataogu', end he mou t of ril prit,
les 20pe Cdt. nydif'crnc complie
retrnd y ex niil Or usestc is
s~:('v('S. od sn 0 .E.t E,
sponsib partis. We olictahar) o
Money to Loan.
Money to Loan on improved farming
lands. Apply to
B. PlESSLEY BARRON,
Attorney at Law.
Manning, S. C., Feb. 21, 1894.
My entire stock of
and everything handled by a
first-class merchant will be
sold from now on regardless
of value and cost. This is
done to clear out what stock I
now have preparatory to going
into my new store which is
now in course of erection.
I have the goods!
They shall be sold!
The people now have a fine
opportunity, and should take
advantage of it.
oCHA RL E ST ON, S. C.
Dealer in Drugs, Medicines, Foreign and
Domestic Chemicals, &~c. Showcases of all
styles and prices.
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MANNING. S. C.
A ATTORSNEYA T LAW,
MANNING, S. C.
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. . Purdy, Esq., in litigated cases.
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M ANNING, S. C.
Office in TiM. bibling. Special atten
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No. 6 Broad St., - Charleston, S. C.
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For sale by Dr. W. M. Brockinton. prices are paid by us for fat beef cat
,tle and mulch cows. Before buying
e4BUY THEe elsewhere call upon us.
bGyT RUbINyi T fromas. Badham.
SUMTER, S. C.
ommander & Richardson.
We fe no prepared to Will all orders
hav a gMONUMENTS, TOMBSTONE S
DURABILr COPIN n ll ornamental and
WOOD WORK, EASIaST I ti;,d ceinttery work. We do none
hebest work, and guarantee all j
nnsC ~promise to do strictly a first-class
THE BEST IS THE CHEAPEST. and will make our prices at a ir
send TEN cents to 28 Union Sq., N. Y., GRANITE AND ITALIAN MONt
for our prize r'ame, "Bli1nd Luck," andAN
win a New Home sewing Machine HEADSTONES b
The NewHome Seing MacineeCswh'Xerett ca upn eus.iio
Whleal &Reai CmmssonDele ommeeiande Com Richardson.
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WODWORKI EA ilcmeteyewor. PlW erd nn
Cosgn9 t o ouy -eus, nd stl work, and ara te l
aid f onr rd r epcfndl wilEaer prsa t vi
frol pie game, "BEngdiLuck,"tand
Offie Noewl H0 ometSn MachineEas, for ie'pc osavneth
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