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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 7 October 1885

p. ~ ~ ~ 7 K~K 4 VOL. I. M NJNG, CLARENDON COUNTY, S. C.,_WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1885. robably he woua ... ore peculiar. She had rushed up and into er own room, locked I oor, thrown erself on the bed, a ommenced what the girls at schoo a "good ry."i If he had been old, or ly, or disa greeable-if he had been ything but he soft-voiced distractin good-Iook g ellow he was-sh ould have ne it with fortitude. Wy had George br ht him at alreadful time? W ad she hit y this particular day that idiotic imance? Why wa not red a'[ or cross-eyed, something? hronld not have mi it in the e: in that case. Jere was a tap at oor, and -he eard Gegrge's voi 0 7e-quite comsed, begging her et him in. Hr, mirth disappear before the woe:vgone little perso ho opened he door to him, and mopping her eyes. ' well, now!" he gan, com o giy. "you don't n to say you ' troken up like ti bout a lit Pe ing like that?" little thing!" crie inni, chok ,ing' "Oh, George! , -- -what will he" 'nk?" - ever mind wha h 'l think...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 7 October 1885

MANNING TDE WEDNESDAY, OCT. 7, 1885. B.S. DINKINS, EDITr AND PMornor. Having recently purchased ti asm~so Tmh. and with this isue b 'ing its management and editori to, and feeling in the fullest sen magnitude of the undertaking, ucted on business principles, 1 that whatever lack of ability, nonce may exist, the same will I me if an active and energet can avail anything. While 1 hold with hesitation it is also wi The paper under our at ecessor loomed up into propc us so far beyond the expectatio %hose who stood as its sponsors yinfancy w to entitle the la tor, A. Levi, Esq.,'to the reputati( eijpryas the gentleman and schc oin leaving this town will car with him the earnest wishes of all wl know him, that his future may be i bright and prosperous as his past h been useful. It shall be our constant aim to at vance the Tuom an the road to us and success. The agricultur commercial interest shall as alwa; been the case, find ready suppoi untenance and encouragement columns of this paper....

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. — 7 October 1885

rTHE xaNIG TIMM,~i WEDNESDAY, OCT. 7, 1835. B. S. DTNKINS, EDITOR AND~P.P'l mayoTandon ISHTfile %t Gxo. P1. nH S P P ROwE.LL. & Co's e Ad-ert-.- Bureau(10 Spruce St.), nu EYORKE1 nae f-r It i-1 (tne rytQA. in Advc $1.. or $2.00 at the Expiration of Six Months. Advertisements.--Per Sqnare, first in - sertion, $1.00. Each subsequent inseftion. 50C. Contract Advertising at redneed Advertising in Local C:.umn. 10e. per line. 0.: or Terma, fornll Transiezt Adlver time.ants, are invariably in advance. Our columnS are open at all tines, for the M enPristsion of opinions on all subjects of pub-4 ic interest, but we are not responsible forT tiw vi ws of our correspondents. Local Intelligence. The infant iofMr. L. r. Tind'al that was poisoned some twomonths ago by its nurse, died lat Monday. The nurse, Sarah Wilder, is now in jail *waiting trial. We are requested to state that Mrs. Dorcas Rhamae is sti quite iL cadet, Ingrant . L -Bagal, accompanied by Mr. Willie Datis, heo returned to th...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 7 October 1885

LTURAL DEPARTMK T. The Culture of Red Oats. - the time is already here for farm to commence sowing small grain, ink it will be beneficial to those of who follow that method of obtain .ig our subsistence, to have an ex change of views upon this important subject. I know there are farmers who are well versed in this branch and I would like to get their ideas as a matter of improvement for myself. My experience has been limited, but I have made some observations and perhaps some of your readers might like to hear them. There was a period of time when we were not dependent on the oat crop for stock !.eed, but that has long since passed away, and we now con sider the oat crop our- only hope, as corn raisingr in this country has come to be but one ot things of the past, a part of the agricultural history of the anti ellut regimne. Juszt after tle war closed and cotton was selling all the way tip as high as 40 cents per poundt, when everything was in am abnormal -ondition, when the com mne...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 14 October 1885

OL. I. C [O. .ANNINO-, OLAIRENDON COUNTY, C. WEDNESDAY OCOE 14, 1885. N.4 The Old Dinner Horn. 1've laeard nany a strain that has thrilled M "'itih joy. Bat I:w. 1 u'lsay, since the day I wz burit, Mo. paed eo much as,whlen a small bo: I heard. on the farm. the old dinner horn. The trumpet wts tii. a yard or so long. A d "as blow ed for "the boys" at noon an at ietanl. Ti.o anonotone strain was piercing and stroni lut sweet, for all that, was the old dinne horn. ben t.uilding the fence or tossing the bay, Or reaping the grain or plowing the corn, I Ith appetite keen. it the noon of the day, Oh. sweet to iny soul was the old dinne horn! A inether's fond lips pressed the trumpet < ,in. And bfw her full soul through the barle and corn. Oh. lbear'even yet the "Welcome, come In. Come in. my dear boys, to the sound of tb hornai' Those lips are now still, and the bosom J cold. W hich sent to us boys the blast of the horr She is waiting i% sleep. beneath the dar mold, The archangel's tru...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 14 October 1885

HM ANNING TIM~ES, WEDNESDAY,~ _OT, 14, 1885, B. S. DINKINS, Editor and Proprietor. COTTON BUTER NEEDED. many of the interior towns of the there is to be found throughoul season a cotton buyer-One whc es it a special mater to buy cot for the cash, and who is in no waN Acted with the current and ordi. business transactions which take between the merchant and fae nd the planter. the towns where cotton bu-vers ocated through the cotton season noticeable that the transactions ore satisfactory to the planters, adds to the volume of business. merchants profit by the increase de, and the farmer is enabled to purchases with the cash at the t prices. Even those under lien ' fited and are better edby having the opportunity of theiretten for lie oash. The tin the towns wh- -ash operate. are benefited, nt only increased business and circula the inoney brought to the y those not under liens, but eive a benefit from having ustomers go home satisfied sales made of their cotton. the interest of both...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 14 October 1885

'To IW-MING TIMS h WEDNESDAY, OCT. 14, 1885. B. S. DINKINS, Editor and Prpdter. RE ayeroundaa THIS PAPERP LaEb&OV aper Adverlusg Burea(10 spruce SL), where e EW YORL contract =y be maefor It In S1 TERIS OF SUB SCRIPTION~ 0 One Year, in Advance $1.50. or $2.00 at the Expiration of Six Months. Advertisements.-CY Square, first in sertion, $1.00. . Each subsequent insertion. 50,. 2 1-.7 Contract Advertising at reduced rates. Advertising in Local CIlumn, 10c. per line. -0- Our Terms for an Transient Adver- r emet, are invariably in advance. Our columns are open at all times, for the expresion of opinions on allsubjects of pub lie interest, but we are not responsible-for I the views of our correspondents. Local- Intelligenice. Deaths. Died on Sunday mornig, Oct.11th, Jno. L Ingram, infants=on of Mr. and Mr S. E. Ingram. Tender were the aspirations felt for this child-bright were the hopes fond ly cherished in the father's and mother's heart. The pratlings of infancy was the musie of h...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 14 October 1885

on. st ft . rn Clltivator). P e importance of cov- a elds with growing crops a winter was discussed at ti th. Increased acreage in a , and especially rye, wheat 0 s and clovers, was earnestly s The more we refiect upon a the greater its importance t< us. It is not too late yet in f' e cotton belt to start these for this reason it is againi notice. In the coldest por- r cotton belt wheat sowine- r this month, and rye ani i - be seeded down well into 1 h. Abundant opportunity, xists to do this convervat- S We are trying to improve s s: every wide-awake e diligently 'husbanding and materials for composts; let t lect the means of holding on rtility already acquired. In I ry a ratchet-wheel is all im- a its equivalent is not less so ' ulture. We cannot afford to a thing we have gained; what- 0 nurial elements the present d failed to utilize must be held I rve for succeeding crops. This 12 as necessary as the annual ap ion of new doses of plant food. a are not unmindful of the cost of ...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 21 October 1885

VOL.1. _ MA (iG, CL RENDON COUNTY, S C., WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 21, 1h85. NO. 45. Patience. Hare patience. heart! That were no rofe that were not first a closed bud. How comes the day? Not with the noonday sun o'erhcad, But s!owly stealing up the cast, in faintest red. Hlave patience, heart Whit so thine own life's dawning sA. Have patience. heart! Seek not at morn to make the day as bright as 130011. Force not the bud, before Its time to be a rose. How slowly. wia we watch the sky, the day light grows: And yet, for all, indet d, the sun goes down too scon. 41ave patience. heart! F<r raiwwill come; thine own self knows how tear-drol s fall. Seek not to stay the clouds before they've sp-nt taeir rain. Or ese across the sky the clouds may come again. Have pationc., grieving heart! for good must come to- all. Have patience, heart! What though no kisses fall upon tby tired And love holds not its rose to thoo, nor day Is fair? Mourn not: pi haps thy love needs boaven's purer air. Oh, hear...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 21 October 1885

G TIIMS SDAY, -OCT. 21, 1885. S. DINKINS, Efitor ad Proprietor. ERS STILL LYNCIUNi. of indignation, our only swept across the length and f our State, over the recent 'ous and flagrant violation of the land; and as pre the Press of the State, the .nders going unwhipped of have- made the timid bold, bold, outlaws of the worst It is, however, a cause for tion, that these outrages are the deep denunciation richly from-the people, sounding in totbe doom, we trust, of w and the Cowhide masquer State.- The failure to take tion by the Grand Jury of Lau ty recently, against those mmitted the dastardly outrag re, speaks badly enough for the We assume it to be a moral 'bility that an outrage of such de ould be perpetrated with of that County, -and uo of the Grand Jury to be aware enough, to act as an enter e. The apprehension is well that they were in warm sym ' these mask men, perhaps them, among the- number. e high inquisitors of a Coun 'ye eh an infamous disre order, it is high time rty to ...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 28 October 1885

VOL. I. MANNING, CLARENDON COUNTY, S. C., WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1885. NO. 46. THE WRONG MAN. Working the Conadence Game on an Old New York Soldier. James 'Chittenden is a well-to-do farmer of western New York, who fought under Gen. Grant, and who came to the city to pay the last sad tribute to the memory of his old com mander. Time has whitened the long hair which streams over his coat-collar, and long bending at the plow has im parted a stoop to his broad shoulders; but his face is ruddy with health, and his step as firm and springy as ever, while his arm is as strong and his glance as bright as when he firstshoul iered a musket. Many eyes were turned upon him as he sauntered sadly down Broadway on his way to the city kam&eee.d afternood in his travel stained linen duster, heedless of the elamor of the passing crowds and the din of car-bells and carriage-wheels. A. sorrowful expression clouded the benevolent countenance of the veteran, and he was walking along slowly near Cana...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 28 October 1885

THE ANNTG TMES. 11 WEDNESDAY, OCT, 78, 1885. B. S. DINKINS, Edior and Proprietor. His Honor Jndge Aldrich in charging the Grand Jury took occasion to make some very appeopriate remarks upon the convict-labor system, He characterized it as an evil de manding-prompt Legislative action, and showed that while the system of hiring out the laborers is-bringing reproach upon our State,; as well as other States. the Peniten tiary is n6t sulffciently large to accommodate all the coniicts, and that some disposition nist Te made of then. His suggestion is that one of bur Sea-Islands be purchased and the convicts be sent there and be made to work a farm on the Island under the State's supervision, and assist in making their Suppor.. The Island could be easily guarded by boats at less expense than un- i der the present system. Another suggest- I ion of His Honor, is specially worthy of note. -This-was in reference to- sending i children to the Penitentiary. Instead of i this he suggests that a B...

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. — 28 October 1885

TM~ XANIING TIMVES WEDNESDAY, OCT. 28, 1885. B. S. DINKINS, Editor and Proprietor. EPPSmye ound on We at GrTA. P. THISP Row. & Co's X.ewspaper nve-rtisin BureaU(10 Spruce St.), whe--% advetsio conltracts i m'y N 1nad foa NE RL TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTIONt One Year, in Advance S1.50, or $-00 at the Expiration of Six Months. Advertisements.-Per Square, first in sertinhb; $1.00. Each subsequent insertion. 50c. :gr Contract Advertising at reduced rates. Advertising in Local C:Aumn, 10c. per line. . gp Our Terms for all Transient Adver tis;ements, are invariably in advntce: Otr columns are open at 'all times, for the expression of opinions OL all subjects of pub. lie interest. but we are not responsible for the viaws of our correspondents. Local Intelligence. Dr. T. R. Kelley from Salem is in town. P. G. Bowman, Esq., of Sumter, Las been attending the court, At this time the Grand Jury are still at work. Court still in progress and likely to last the week out. Richardson will be elected to...

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. — 28 October 1885

AGRIOIULTURAL DEPARTM%L ef 20EACt ExEERIMENDl lreesan onsto be Taken to Make it Sue essuIa There is no plant which has a wider 'limatic range than tobacco. On this Continent it grows wherever planted Yrom Canada to Patagonia, but with yariationsof types due to soil, climate and exposure. In the United States we have almost endless varieties of the ame distinct plant. Ohio tobacco iegembles Maryland, but the one is sasily distiog'ished from the other, and both have their chief sale in Eu rope. The dark tobaccos of. Virginia are -diffierent from those of Kentucky, 'and the fobacco of Tennessee differs from both: Even in the yellow tobac co of Virginia and North Carolina dis tinct varieties with distinct names exist, and in western North Carolina the -tobacco varies in different couties, although-'rniginaHy grown from the same seed.' It is im osaible, therefore, to predict what the South Carolina tobacco of the future will be, and in what material respects variation from the parent typ...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 4 November 1885

VOL. I. MANNING, CLARENDON COUNTY. S. C., WEDNESDAY, NOVEMB CASTLE GARDEN. The Proposed Summer Garden on the tfattery. The elevated railroads in New York not only make the upper part of the city easily accessible from the lower, but they as easily bring up-town down town. This is so pleasantly and con veniently done by the new aerial pas sage that the Times suggests that the old pleasure resort at the Battery may be again turned to good account, and if not the Drime of State street-the "'glory of Smithfield"-yet that the musical attractions of the Battery for the uptown resident may be restored. The Barge Office, as a depository of all personal baggage arriving from Europe, is to be discontinued, and a huge hall will be available for some popular purpose; and why not, says the shrewd journal, for great popular concerts? Why not a marine summer garden? And the elderly New-York ers who recall Jullien's concerts at Castle Garden and the summer night opera at Castle Garden will echo, "W...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 4 November 1885

WEW1ESUAY, lOV. 4, 1885 C B. S. DINKINS, Editor and Proprietor. 61RAND JURY PRESENTMENT. The Grand: Jury present cogent epsons for the abolishment of the Trial Justice system, and we hope our Delegation will consider carefully atpft of their, report. It is ap parnt b every observer that Trial < -s i Clarendon County, as a whole, are an ignominious failure. 3eoentevents have disclosed the fact that more than one of these oositions are occupied by men whose ignorance .an-only be compared to the contempt and ridicule measured to them and their Court These men are only nowu in the Courthouse by the County Commissioners and Treasurer, before whom they regularly appear - asbare of the County funds. Yet,' as ti.1arked by Judge Kershaw the mahinery for the pan jiment iand suppressifn of crime in South. Carolina is more expensive 9anthat of sny other State in the Uion.- Tax payers and thoughtful aisn will welcome any change. County Courts come to us well recom Whereever they are estab Inh...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 4 November 1885

LTHE MCANMBlG TI1IES. WEDNESDAY, NOV. 4, l885. B. S. DINKINS, Editor and Proprietor, ER mayberoundon fle at Gro. P. THIS PA RowE=. & Co's rewspper Advetising BoreQn(10 spruce St), -where ndvertis'Ln contracts m=y I-e :ao1iNEW YORK. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: One Year, in Advance $1.50. or $2.00 at the Expiration of Six Months. Advertisements.-Per Square. first ir sertion, $1.00. Each subsequent insertion. 50*. fg- Contract Advertising at reduced rates. Advertising in Local Column, 10c. per line. 20- Our Terms for all Transient A(ver tilements. are invariably in advance. Our columns are open at all times, for the 0pression qfopinions on allsubjects of pub lie interest, but we are not responsible for the views of our correspondents. Local Intelligence. Deth. Clarendon has again been called upon to mourn the loss of one of her most estimable atiams. Mr. James H. MeFaddin after a protracted illness of some months, quietly passed away on Friday the 29th ult., Iesv ing a wife and family o...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 4 November 1885

AGRICULTURAL DXPARTI]XNT. E What Vadety of Oats Shan the 3arWers C Sow? t In this section a fine corn crop was ( grown in the year 1876; for five years E after that season the dry weather of 1 July cut off the corn crop to less than f half. The farmers began to despair of I growing on old upland corn in suffi- I cient quantity to feed the farm stock. I In the fall of 1881 an unprecedentedly I large crop of Red rust-proof eats were i sown and the season was favorable for 1 fall oats, so the farmers harvested an enormous oats crop in May, 1882. Most farmers thonght they had at last hit upon, the plan of raising grain crops for stock, as the yield of oats that season per acre was in many cases fuly five times greater than corn and the cost of growing an acre in oats was much less than growinz an acre in corn. But since the year 1882 the oats crop has been a complete failure in Monroe county, A few years since a gentleman from Hancock county spent a night with the writer. &tter supp...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 11 November 1885

VOL. l. MANNING, CL.ARENDON COUNTY. S. C., WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1885. NO. 48. One of the Pack. I see how it is: I'm one of the pack A paltrv paying card: nothing more. You shuim.: and deal, then tak' me back, Or toss me to lie where I was before. There are r'yal heads at your mimic court. But they fare no better; they're in the same fix: For you vary the usual order of sport: You take what you please while you play your tricks. No doubt it serves well as a source of fun t To match your lovers, this one against that: Though perhaps. when the evening's amuse ment is done c And the pack put aside, we seem rather flat. But suppose that by chance in the dead of the night. V When yo, reaun.with disdain of our being We shouldb yaj~buirepose, rising up in our might. Au # tp d uopfface that our feelings axe hUr? c For. watever you fancy we each have a soul, a And the rules that apply here are oddly so planned That while we seem bent to your finger's e control, . f And are played withyet w...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 11 November 1885

TEE MANIN4 TIMES. WEDNESBAY, NOV. ll 1885. B. S. DINKINS, Editor and Proprietor. The President has shown no better judgmentandgood sense in anyof the appointments that he has yet made than he did when he appointed CoL W=. L. Trenholm as a member of the Civil Service Commission. Col. Tren holm is thoroughly competent in every respect for the position, and the Pres ident not only acted justly by select ing a Southern man for the position, but he showed his wisdom in select izg the man he -did. OUR RECENT ELECTION. The returns of the Election held on the 3rd inst., for Representative, have al been brought in from the different precincts, but have not yet been can vassed by the.Commissiouers of Elec ion. But.1rom the statements made y the maagers who brought inhe boxes, the totea that were cast did not exceed 450. This lack of interest was due to the fact; no doubt, that Maj. Richard son's election was considered a cer tainty, as the-- Republicans had not Ut forward .any candidate. The ...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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