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"I W?M Be Governor
of All The People"
Official Statement Issued by Richard I. Manning In Columbia
Special to The Intelligencer hereby given. Except in this state
Coluiubla. Sept. 9.-The state d?mo- f1^1 ?2LtlX,pu?Uc 2 W!" ~ physlc^:
.. ?, , ! ly impossible for me to express my
eratic executive committee bas been heartfelt appreciation to the loyal
called to meet in Columbia at noon friends who worked with and for me.
next Tuesday in the library of the "I would be wide of the mark if I
state house to canvass ; the returns did not express my earnest apprecla
und declare thc result of the secohd tlon of the splendid work done by the
primary election. newspapers of the state. The press
"I will be governor of, all the peo- as a whole wa? untiring In its effort
pie," said Richard I Manning, cover- to show the people only the true Is
nor.nominate of South Carolina. In a sues and to print public matters in a
statement Issued Wednesday while in true light.
Columbia. Mr. Manning came over "it would be ingrat v^de on my ps.rt
from his home in Sumter and was however, not to mention especially
greeted by hundreds of Columbians as the loyal support given nie by my
bc walked along Main street to his home people in Sumter and by the
headquarters. The following state- members the 'Young Men's Msn
ment way given out by Mr. Manning: | nlng Clu1 of Sumter, "whose loyalty
"I wish to express my thanks to the and devotion were a source of strength
whole people of South Carolina for and inspiration to me throughout the
the tremendous vote I received means long campaign.
but one thing-that the principles I "I consider that the result of the
advocate, law and order, peace and campaign of 1914 is a triumph for all
harmony, struck a responsive chord the agencies which work for the mor
in the hearts of our people. al uplift of our people and not as a
"I cannot Bingie out any set of men personal victory,
to whom the result of this election ls "in conclusion, I wish to say, as I
due, since' so many men in so many have said many times before, that as
places worked so steadfastly and so governor of South Carolina I will be
earnestly for our cause. To the farm- governor of all the people; that I
ers, the merchants, the mechanics, the yill not recognize any faction, but that
textile workers, the traveling and pro- I will serve the whole people to the
fessional men. and to all others who utmost of my strength, end capacity,
contributed to the wonderful result, with heart and head devoted only to
my profound thanks are due and are their welfare."
European^ ar Bulletins;
Latest News of All The
Latest official reports from the French government indicate that
the offensive tactics undertaken in the last day or two by the allied
armies have forced the Germans back at various points in the battle
line, which extends from a few miles east of Paris to Verdun, a dis
tance of about 200 miles.
bordeaux sports*officiary that the British army has crossed the
river Marne and that the Germans hav fallen back 25 miles, Efforts
of the Germans to break the-Frencfrlines on the Ourcq river are
oilicially. reported to have failed.
Seemingly the Gerrharts'?fe short of ammunition at the front
and are having difficulties in provisioning, and the French war de
partment offh-iaily announces that "on the whole the Germans ap
pear to be oeginning a movement of retreat."
. The Russian andjVustrian armies continue to oppose ?ach other I
in a long drawn out 'engagement in the Lublin district, Russian Poland. ]
An official statement issued at Petrograd declares that both Austrian
and German troops have been dislodged from iheirfixed position
and have retired towards the.snath,
The battlefield in France is that over which Napoleon fought In
1814, with entrenched camps on both wings and the center. Paris |
covers the left wing, Chalons the center and Verdun the right/while
mobile columns of troops aie ready to join in. \
Vitry-ue-Francois'ond Montmirail seem to be the points of the
chief engagements and there the carnage has been the heaviest. The
allies aim at preventing the German turning movement, with a mass
oft .oopsc oiiiposed. of many army corps.
King George has addressed a message to the British Dominions
and Colonies, in which he protests that war was not of Great Britain's
s??kin rr and excesses his v.'arjnest thanks for the assi?tanc? rendered
Muubeuge; a French fortress, has fallen into the hands of the
Germans, arti According to the. report'the G?rmarss took 40,000
prisoners and 46? guns.
The Britisi" oftleial press bureau Announces the wreck off thc
coast ol Scotland of the . White Star Liner; Oceanic. Officers ?nd crew
were saved ?1 "
fFrench Claim Adwminge,
aaux, via,London, Sept 9.-i 1.25 p. m.--The following
official ccrhmunication was issued here at 2 o'ctock this afternoon:
"Or? the v/hoie.trie Germans appear to be. beginning a-move
ment of retreat. \
The strategic position of the French troops is improving, but one
cannot j?dge ot a battle extending over too kilometres( about 63
m,leS"The Gernians seem to experience certain difficulties ir. provis
^''r~in? . '
"in general the French troops seem to be gaining the. advan
Germans Claim Victory.
Berlin Sept 9.-By wireless to the Associated Press by way of
Sawille.&LC ?s -Officiai announcement wa? made today gt army
h?adquaSrb that French stress of Maubeuge on the Sambre river
ThgGcrrinns took- 40.000 prisoners, including four generals.
c?.ir hundid sruns were also captured. ' .1
' Dr.tliidwig Frank, ot Manheim, a prominent Scoialtst memg?rj
of the R$btag, was.killed September 3 during a charge against ?oe ?
French al?LuneviHe. . , . .
Prirfei Frederick William of Hesse has been wounded.
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'?'*'.. iH -* For Protection Overhead.
ri| Sept 9-The admirajty announced tonight that one
of the British uavftl airships would rru?te short cruises over London
in the n?xt few days and at night. The public ls warned not to
shoot at the airship, ,_
Russians Are Defeated.
Washington, Sept 9.-The German embassy today received
this whcfc->s from Berlin: I
"Breslau Siles?an Landwehr captured seventeen officers, a thou
sand men. all Russian Imperial Guard."
Thefyacrof encounter was not given. ?
At first the emWafcsVbelieved the guard had been captured at
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RUSH OP RECRUITS IN LONDON
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Recruiting offices In British capital crowded by men eager to ?ulUt
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GERMAN GUN FOR THROWING BOMBS
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This'wea pou, Just turned out at tho. Krupp factory, ls regarded os ons pf
the deadliest of implements of wsrrare.
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LflWn PCPPinil UCSti .JimprUoriment noUrfo. excstA.W) days.
Ililli ?LdDluIl nCLU ?according to the new 9r4lasn,co..
^??-T.V. L^r.Y.^.. ? ThR Quotion of tho city purchasing |
DV TUC PITV PHII - PII I a new combination pump and hose au
rnl Inr lilli lllllllllfll ! toniobile fire truck was considered at
Ul Bill. VII I UUUlli ll. ( |ength sn?i repreaentsAlvss of the au
?? . .__ I ccmobiie ? rnc.tories were, present io
! state t?a?r propositions. ?ppa motion
FIRST MEETING OF THE NEW of Aldermkri'1 Sp?aTmkh,' the matter
was referred ' td'the fire-committee,
. BODY consisting of Aldermen Km'g, Tate and
_. . . ? Spearman " ' ?
The matter' of ?ppro?rl?ltcan from
MITPH mSPII^ilON the city for the coming year was the
tVIUt^n IJi*3l~1jaOiAJFI next question before council and this
---- was a very interesting feature. Sev
1^ Tk-^t-A ?A T.1L- rnn,?r?nc eral memhfers ^?re^pp?sed to several
lime devoted to 1 aik Concerning approprh}tion8 bwf ' the budget was
Streets ?nu Dir?*-Some adopted! " '
- A _ The hospital ^appropriation of $2,
Cnaitges tn Appropriations ooo per'year, was adopted.
______ The appropriation to aid the Ladies'
Civic association.: in beautifying the
The flrat regiiliir m noting nf fhn new public cauare. amounting to ?bout $200
city council waa held in tho city coun- par year waa passed; : _
rf? oh_mw_ io?,? n _*f The appropriation of *30?> per year
eil chambers last night. for tno palmattOi tunes was held up
Tho session ' was called to order by untu a committee can investigate thu
Mayor tfc>dfrey at 8:20^o'clock, and conditions and determine' .'Just what
lasted until after midnight, tula organization ia. doing. The com
Dr. J. P. Kinard. president of An- mlttee is com nose**, of Alderman Bar
derson college, appeared with other toa.. King and Tate. . > .
residents, owning property on Cal- The appropriation o_ $250 a year for
houn street and asked that council the Salvation Army! was again made,
take some action to drain that street The most perplexing problem frf:
and remedy.coitions, c r ; < lng coupcil in the woy of appropri
ZJ!hfi. bhtchers^of tba city were in ?tions Seemed lo be that* which pro
attendance to a man, anxious again to vides for $183 per month for the Car
discuss tbs abattoir situation if any negie library. This matter caused a
changos were to be made. They pre- discussion lastingr.well over an hour
sented a petition In which he stated ami finally on motion.'of Alderman Car
to connell that -they were very, well ( ter, lt vms decided to suspend this ap
pleseed with the way thaf\the abattoir proprispon. Carton; Wag, Tate and
is now being conducted and desired no ' Spearman voted for the motion. Barton
change, but that they opposed any in- not voting
crease in price, rhe entire abattoir The Question of allowing ?fire works
question was referred ;o the ah?tt^i?" scst C5ristr__a was discus's?, and it
committee and it waa announced thxt Wos decided to allow the shooting of
a# meeting would take^ place at ?0 fireworks tn begin at 7 o'clock on
o'clock cn Friday 'norning st which O?ritin?a. eve and continue through the
time the proprietor of the abattoir following Saturday 'evening,
and the butchers, tho board of hc-.lth When the question of new streets
and all others interc-ded will not-t .was taken un a general - dlscnaalnn
with tho co?tii?ii?vt- ut?i tili,? ?U ?tier arose, and lt took over an hour for
will be fettled once an-1 - or oil. It ls the body to reach any conduelen on
believed that a loog-sulferlrig public this matter. Alderman Bpearman
will be delighted to hear this news, pointed Jout that River atreet was in
An ordinance was odpo'.cd providing serious condition, without curbs, and
for a minimum sentence ot $..0'or r.0 ?hat this work had been long neglected,
days to be Imposed upon every man He asked that the street be curbed
convicted In the recorder's court of ?and drained and asked that additional
carrying a pistol and another section | WOf.k be done on Morris Btreet for the
cf the earn* nrtinane* ?rW?M? ^nc-t th- cS??drsa _ttc=d?=? the
the fine for selling liquor mast be $100 Kennedy street school. His motton
tb eden case. , \ finally prevailed, with the exception ot
AP ordinance which waa; adopted that portion relating to Morris street,
about two years ago providing' for a Alderman Barton then spoke tu be
jSsSlon boord, toeonaiat of certain city halt of the property owners on Calhoun
officials was repealed. street and insisted that work b* siart
Beveral resolutions from the board cm this undertaking al once. He want
of health, relative to the abattoir sit- ed the street between Evans street
nation, to sewerage, and to other ar-(and Dick Avenue curbed, drained and
tlcles were received as information paved, -which win ?jost about $2.850,
hy the council. according to specification submitted
Several petitions for ?jxten?idns of by tho city engineer. His motion ill
the sewerage system in th? thickly nally prevailed .after a prolonged de
populated sections of tho citv wern CUBSIOC.
beard and these petitions were refer- At 11:35 the body went Into exocu
red to a committee to consist of Alder- tlve session for the election of ad
men King, Carter, Spearman and Tate. ditlonaWclty officials.
An ordinance was adopted; which The most Importan i nuutcr dlscuss
provtdes. tor a heavy fins for anyone ed in Ute executive sea?ion was the
convicted of conducting a disorderly ?lection of firemen for the coming
house, a bono? of ill repute or a house term. This resulted In th<i election
where people congregate to drink, of W. Li ?ackson, as chief, with J. P.
Upcnconvlctkin in a case of this kind. Goer. P,P. McConnell and Sam Hoard
iQjffJftjpyW ITrtft or **. iM ?rlvifT?- Mr. Ooer U also to be as
Cole One Horse Grain Drill, No. 34.
No county in South Carolina has as many intelligent, progress
ive and scientific farmers as Anderson ?County. The progress chat
that County has made furnishes ample evidence of this fact. One of
most wide-awake and successful farmers is Mr. R. P. Earle. Mr.
Earle fully appreciates the importance of raising grain and does this,
as he does every other kind of farming, in auch a way as will insure
for him the greatest measure of su Cess. He last year drilled his oats
Cole Open Furrow Drill
We give you in his own words what he has to say as to the good
results obtained from using this splendid machine.
Anderson, S. C.
Sept. 3, ?14
Sullivan Hdw. Company,
Anderson, S. C.,
Yours to hand.
WAI gladly say that the Cele Three-Row Grain Drill is one cf the best farra im
plements $ ever saw. For sowing oats between cotton rows .it can't be beat; it will work to
perfection on fairly smooth land and where .there is not too much grass.
It b a great time saver sowing three rowe at one trip or a whole middle; h leaves
plements I ever saw. For sowing oats betweens t?tere is no mule and man.traversing the
rows three times to fill up the furrows, therefore, your gram does not free ac cot as b*$. It
leaves the cotton in much better shape as the Drill and mule ano fin the center of Ilse middle
and do not damage the cotton but very little. With the single. Drill, I have, had cotton al
most worn out going in the middle three times r this damage would amount td enough to pay
for what fertiliser the oats would need. The Drill is good to side dress with as it can be ad
justed to fit any width rows and do the job in half the time of ? Single Distrihuto?.
I threshed two thousand bushels from my hired hand crop and about one woueand
from croppers' crops, so I have oats io sell,
I gladly recommend the Drill to ail gc od farmers.
(Signed P. R. EARLE.
Anderson, S. C.
Greenville, S. C.
mstant chief. It was understood that -
the changea to be made in this de- _' * ' ^. . - ... : v: ' W
p?riment will occur on October 1. /' ^> A ' *k\*?&*?!&^}+??f 'fl
The matter of a sexton for the cern- ) i . \( f ) ?
etery came In for some discussion . Ls^OC^^ Bj
and it was decided that these duties, ^^t?^Z^v^^t (CvT ) H
would be attended to by the city sex- ?# \ r*Wl
ton in addition to his present duties. r i.<^y^?-''- ^C^^'1'- XSG063 " ?
He will be required to do the grave *>JjFy -1- ?**--^^^^ t?d
work, under the direction of the un- j???Jt^L-_. A____^^M^G5P
dertakers. J. ,R. Bruce was selected j?&Hjr?. H?MC OF VOUR
for this posltlo., at ? salary of 150 per OWN IS A HO M ? INt>E60^^^a
month with free house rent, and he -~ ? %T*Yf>+-H--NTgL
will asaumo his duttea on September -*"~-1-1-~S/N!l2y^*
Wade A. Sanders was elected city nW6- ~**a?1
engineer and'he too will assume his tef*?&? HJtv
duties on September 15.3tr. Sanders* IgyS ?.-JT?
duties have not been entirely fixed yet, twiarrr t arr TUC U/AD RC ? tlT i
as it 18 a question of how much time ftfe^ "w* .
ho will be supposed to devote to the 0*3??Zv AN cvri ter? . | t*fo
affairs of the city. This matter bas iVT^ * L, -t?V1
been left in the hands of the street j &p Jffa [?
committee. W??tt&a? ? . ?f*ar S%aV.
Council also instructed the city at- 5?CT - *t*****vn
torney. O. Cullen Sullivan, to at once -?J?T^T.. Massu&Efi i H
begin an investigation as to the le- fftmuABfc-. . *?-**?d??&J \m
gallty ot the franchise ot the water. j| ffifr" ~"? . 1.0.il4riU ?&s&?S&l %M
iitfui and power WJ nipan y und Lu icu- nj aXrw^ - j |p ' ^.^n^a .jnfCJ.f?* B
?i;K?twrltlng at the earUeBt I <??fpR HOMES, sse^r",-SLZZZlm
P This!6eo??o the night's session I ^^^^^^S^^^^^^L?iy
and adjournment took place shortly li -?^^^P^^3^^?'^/ AT \WS&Z2*&?Z? '**mimrr
before 1 c'-Mock this morning. 9 . T~. '"T^ -T^/ ''S^'' " ? 9
EMBARGO RA.HEJ> I g
Orders From Whshlng^oa Seem Equal |
te Meosgalttee ol Mexico's new
(By Associated Press? The war wiD not effect, to ?ny
Bl Paso, Texas, Sept, 9.-General v . _. _
John J. Pershing, commanding the aiiMf.il Ina man wno works for a
border patrol, received orders from 'Salary
Washington today to lift the embargo " .
on arma. The order wa* executed ? . .* .
Immediately. Ameritar. soldiers who So don't fool yourself onto
have been patroling thel international inaJdna the wa* an excuse for not
line east and weat of TO Paso were ? ",c w~ ??? ?w? ^ ,
removed. The Inspection of Internst- ! ' owning your own home.
lonsl traffic on the i>ridg*?s spanning
the Rio Orando was stopped. rffTrTA'rfl Y, nod ti.tW* tiun-rLiu
The act hy the war department was *?&MlA? INLY not Before mqumng
hailed by agents of the constitution- fato the North Anderson plan.
allst government ns a virtual recogni
tion of Mexico's new government,. |
MllUe*? ef Wood aorews Use?. I
It has aera estimated that 4,708, SOO,-,
OOO wood screws are aeed to the I_. -?? __JB
Unit <i Siates each year. |MMMMa^MM^nM?r,r^1^,^^