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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 14 April 1886

THE MANNING TIME WEDNESDAY, APRIL 14, 1886 TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: One Year. in Advance $1.50, or $2.00 Che Expiration of Six Months. Advertisemncts.-Per Square, first i: sertion, $1.u0. Each subseaquent insertion. 50e. =D Contract Advertising at reduc< rates. Advertising in Local Conuin, 10c. p line. e Our Trms for all Transient Adve tilments. are invariably in advance. Local Intelligence. Manning is the prettiest town in tl State. The County Commissioners.will 1 in session to-day. Died after an illness of sever: months, on Monday the 12th, Mr. I S. Berry, of the Fork of Black River. The Monumental Association wi meet this morning in the Court Hous( It is to be hoped the ladies, throug whose efforts the erection of the mor ument in question is in a large mea ure dependent, will attend the meel Messrs C. A. Snow & Co., Pater attorneys at Washington D. C., has procured the following patents fc parties in South Carolina: J. L. Walter, Newberry. Churn. T. S. Jeffreys, Yorkville. ...

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. — 14 April 1886

THE MANNING TIMES. c WEDNESDAY, APRIL 14, 1885. B. S. DINKINS, Editor. - Lieu. MR. TILLMAN AND FARMERS' CONoViries on the .A lstitute, Bus We saw with soR7some time a prise in the _Me. Di.e.oue of lhe best 6th ult., wbr . . .nr- ti co vdl in ule Artuy ot rc,1 e Ptomlae ic vr euerr imental rank up to that of c)lo:wi), from the Peninsula, where he was with Kearney, through Pope's and Burssie's- catuapaigns, ad at Chan cefors-ille and Gettysburg. The subjecrof Col. Dodge's lecture was "Chaucellorsville," aud particu larls e.t- great flank movement of Stoniewall jackson which turned the tide of war on thegiemorable second of Mav, 1862. Col. Dodge related in detail the movements of the Army of the Poto mac wiich led to their awuning posi tion at Chaucellorsville, and gives the position ot the two armies when they contronted each other on te day ot the *eat battle between Lee and Hooker. Col. Dodge says: The Artw' of the Potomac on Fri dayuight L.y huddled in the chappa raf Jround Chencel...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 21 April 1886

VS AMter the Fall of Troy. T~orhat :0!a: ::no ve-r will beA r h war that was waiged for ne. .uid I tu: hav thse, ten yais ::ack again, wi' :he lIo the glory. thte pe1vasure like T it:- e -f ans andl the tin of the light. Th .'e isting aniii miusic, the color and light i Y, m~ed with it al. there sokunel to meo i cr a ic :u.i froin the f-ar of' s'a. T here tilt remainls tbis for ail ime to be: The wzir of the world was foutrht for ie. Gie then i ty who died for ine ere: Miu1 en caneverlore die for a face so fair. .::-i w att does it uiatter that now they lie. Quiet :inl silent. beneath the sky? Re(-;i-m'ber that none evermore caun be Back for those years in Troy witb me. -Florence Peacock, in Academy. Untler the Snow. .lune. with its roses. went lonr ago: T(night the earth's lying <leep undler the snlow: H oo5s richest treasures, like roses of yore. .re settercd and vanisheel, toeme 11ever mlore. The breath of thy blossoms. 0. love-haunted The- iing zephyrs, thy bins' tender 1::ys...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 21 April 1886

.1ET. at Lacede ere in obedience 'o call of the Chairman, a 'of the Clarendon "Monument" etv was held in the Coart House ,on the 14th ult.; and we sorely dep recate the lack.of interest that was man ifested, by the very small attendance. Nearly a quarter of a century ago, car country was convulsed from cen tre to circumference, on account of the many invasions of our vested rights as a people, and the call "to arms" met a response from every quarter of the land. Old and young laid aside the peaceful pursuits of life, and rushed on to meet the foe, with a courage, devotion and self denial, that eclipsed the highest record of Spar tan courage. Where are those heroes to-day, who surrendered every endear ment of home, and committed them selves to the deadly perils of the bat tIe-field? They sleep upon the sunny plains of Texas, and in every State, from this remote region, to the rocky hill-sides of Pennsylvania. But, alas! these martyr-patriots, whlen marching up6n the guns of the enemy...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 21 April 1886

THE MANNING TIMES. __WEDNESDAY, ??RI 18-8~& T1,101s OF SUMSCRIPTIONt One Year, in Advance $1.30. or $2.00 at the Expiration of Six Months. Advertisements.-Per Square, first in sertion, S1.00. Each snbsequent insertion. 50c. :?0- Contract Advertising at reduced rates. Advertising in Local Column, 10c. per line. ;- Gar Terns for all Transient Adver tisements, are invariably in advance. Local Intelligence. Manning will have a money order in connectioh with the Post-office about the 1st of July. Our County Commissioners are go ing to have the road laws printed in pamphlet form, for the benefit of su pervisors and overseers of public roads. Marion Sanders, Esq., Sheriff of Sumter, was in town yesterday. The Chbrleston Floral Fair will open Wednesday next, the 28th inst., and close the Friday following. The spring term of the Supreme Court, opened on the 19th, when the third Circuit was called. Miss Sallie Levi is spending the holidays of the Sumter convent at home. We learn from Mr. ...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 21 April 1886

Else pril 14.-St. apid-, this State, terribly destructive t 5:30 o'clock this after 'he first knowledge of the ter was contained in a telegran ent to Mayor Ames from St. Cloud, reporting tMe disaster and asking that a special be sent with physicians. A samilar dispatch was received from Sank Rapids. Innediately upon re ceipt of these messages preparations were made to respond to the call for help. A train for St. Cloud left at 6 o'clock. Information at hand is very meagre, and setisational reports are current that one hundred people were killed. It is believed that at least forty persons have been killed and about seventy-five wounded, but it is impossible to get much information as yet. All is excitement and the streets are Uiled with men and frightened wohien and children. The disaster is certainly appalling. As nearly as can be learned scores of houses have been entirely wrecked. Twelve physicians were aboard the relief train -yhich left for St. Cloud. ST. PAUL, April 14.-Private...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 28 April 1886

VOL.e 11 MANNING, CLARENDON COUNTY, S. C. WEDNESDAY, APRIL Ode to the Buffalo Girl. Will the Buffalo girl come out to-night And dance by the light of the moon? On the elevator tower it tiiokers bright, The lunar orb of June And an underfed poet oan dance as light As a fay in silvor shoon. o Buffalo girl with the wealthy pop. And the flour-mills huge and high There's a wonderful charm to which poets dr In your tender azure eye; I could rhyme for you with never a stop To the seocharine by-and-by. o Bufralo girl, your great big lake Is a duck-pond beie my heart. That throbs and throbs till it's nigh to breal And 'tis you that have caused it smwt. o rise and give the eternal shake To the face that keeps us apart. o Bufalo girl come out to-night. And elope by the light of the moon! And a wVagner oar shall aid our flight. As we skip 'neath the sky of June And your parents will probably do wha: right. And come down with the scads full soon. -Puck's Annual IN SILENT DREAD. A clear, soft. wa...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 28 April 1886

THE MANNING TIMES. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 28, 1886. B. S. DINKINS, -ditor. Capt. R. B, Tillman- has announced through the N"ews and Courier, that the Farmers' Convention will meet in the Agricultural Hall at Columbia, on Thursday next, the 29th. He gives as his reason for the announcement, "that there may be no misunderstand ing." The Presbytery of Augusta have exhonorated]D Woodrow from the charges in COL 4on with evolution, and in addition have elected him a delegate to the General Assembly which meets in Augusta in May. A grave subject now before the peo ple and Congress is how to deal with the labor strikes. By some means the perplexed problem must be solv ed or the strikes now confined to the North and North-west will extend through the whole land, and invading all occupations, sap the foundation of the Government. The importance of tho question deserves the highest con sideration of the wisest in the coun try. The demand of the millions, composing the laboring class, cannot with saf...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 28 April 1886

THE MANNING TMlarS. T ERMS OF sUI'B.CRIPTION: One Year. in A.vance $1.50. or $2.00 at the Expiration of i Months. AOavertsments.-Per Sqauure, first in sertion, $1.00. Each subsequent insertion. 50e. ?0 Contract Advertising at reduced rates. Advertising in Local C;lamn, 10c. per line. z Our Terms for all Trans:nt Adver tisemcnts, are invariably in advance. Local Inteligen-e. Our energetic Town Council, with an eve to the beautiful, are having rake'd off, the dead leaves from the Court House Square. The railroads have given excursion rates to the Floral Fair. Tickets for the round trip from Manning to Charleston $3.03. The Fair will close next' Friday. Mr. Louis Levine, of Charleston, was in Manning Sunday. The County Commissioners are having the bridges over Ox Swamp repaired. Loyn's spring stock comprises ev erything that ladies and gentlemen may desire. Judge Fraser has appointed Mr. L. I. Parrott., of Darlington, Stenograph er for the third Circuit. Mr. Parrott is a graduate of Bo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 28 April 1886

AN INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION IN THE STATE OF 3ISSISSIPP1 An Interesting Review by Geni. S.ephea 1). Lee of the Progress 31ade in Ireaking Up the All-Cotton Idea---Promise for the Near Future. (Wachisngton Letter o the Se York Sar.) Gen. St-pheu D. Lee, preident of the Agricultural and Mechanical Col lege of Mississppi, has been in the. city a few days. Your corres poideit, knowing that Niisippi has taken the lead among tue .3ouhern States in an organized ioveiient of redemption from the cotton specialty the fetich of the ore crop idea-and that Gen. Lee, as the head ot the machiuery of that movemient, would be eminently qualified to speak of its achievements and its prospects, cal-d on him at ti.e Ebbitt House. Gen. Lee was. enthusiastic over the outlook for his adopted State, and readily respond ed to all interrogatories. The follow ing is averbatim report of hisremarks: "A revolutioln is going on in Mizs issippi in diverifving her iidutries, especially in the line of agriculture. Heret...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 5 May 1886

VOL. II. MANNING, CLARENDON COUNTY, S. C., WEDNESDAY, MAY 5,1886. NO. 21. THE FARMERS IN COUNCIL d tI PROCEEDINGS OF THE STATE CONV*EN. TION IN COLUMBIA. ti li A Large Body of Good Make-Up-Nearly All } the Countleo Represented-The Proceedinas in Detail. Pursuant to the call heretofore pub- a] lished, the State Convention of Farmers e] met in Agricultural Hall, Columbia, on al the 29th ult. Promptly at 12 o'clock the si Convention was called to order by Capt. ~B. B. Tiiiman, of Edgefield, who pro- e nS ceeded to deliver an address in substance ec h as follows: it If I were much in love with myself, 11 this manifestation of approval you have just given me might turn my head and a make me egotistical. I hope to prove a before I conclude what Ihave to say that. r while I am a man who entertains positive t opinions and am not afraid to express them unequivocally when occasion de mands, yet still I know who ! am and b what I am. I have been asked to call c] this convention to order, and s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 5 May 1886

THE MAONING TULESa *WEDUESDAY, MAY -5, 1886. B. S. DINKINS, Editor. FARMERS'CONVENTION.I The readers of the T1ns will find below, a condensed resuwe of the im-t mense ,-a voluminous work of the convention which met at the Agricul tural Hall in Columbia, on the 29th of April, where Clarendon was honor ed with the Presidency in the election of Mr. Jas. E. Tindal. The work of the farmers was harmonious in the main, and conducted in a spirit of fairness. The legitimate bounds of the meeting were transgressed more than once, but no further, perhaps, than would have been the case, had any other class met under similar circumstances wrought up to a pitch of excitement by aggrierances, either real or imaginary. The farming interest is one of vi tal importance to the welfare of the whole country, and agriculture should be fostered with tender solicitude, and antagonized in no way, whatever. The sins against it, for which every body else is so seriously arraigned, has been one more of omissio...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 5 May 1886

THE MANNING TIMES. WEDNESDBA, W1Y 5, 1886. TEL0ts OF SURSCRlLITIN: One Year. in Advane $1.50. or $:.00 at he Expiration of Six -1 -iths. kdvertisemewnts.-Per Square, first it sertion, $1.00. Each subsequent insertion. 50c. p:tr Contract Advertising at rednced rates. Advertising in Local Colmun, 10c. per line. .F: Our Terms for all Transient Adver tisements, are invariably in advance. Local Intelligence. County Commissioners meet to-day. Garden peas at the Central Hotel. Mr. J. E. Rearden, of Salem, recent ly killed 196 larks in 21 shots. They were shot from a blind. Dr. T. R Kelley, of Motts, and Mr. E. M. Hicks, of Camp Ridge, were in town last Saturday. "If vou want to be miserable, think about 'ourself, about what you want, what Vou like, what respect the peo ple ought to pay you, and what peo ple think of you. The attendance at the meeting of the Monumental Association on last Monday was too small to transact business. Another meeting has been appointed for the first Saturday in...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 5 May 1886

Jef Davs in Montgomery. holy war for defense. Well do I remem ber seeing your gentle boys, so small, to use a farmer's phrase, they might have been called seed corn, moving on with eager step and fearless brow to the carni val of death; and I have also looked upon them when their knapsacks and muskets seemed heavier than the boys, and my eyes, partaking of a mother's weakness, filled with tears. Those days have passed. Many of them have found nameless graves; but they are not dead. They live in memory, and their spirits stand out a grand reserve of that column which is marching on with unfaltering steps to ward the goal of constitutional liberty. [Applause.] "It were in vain if I should attempt, as I have already said, to express my gratitude to you. I am standing now very nearly on the spot where I stood when I took the oath of office in 1861. Your demonstration now exceeds that which welcomed me then. This shows that the spirit of Southern liberty is not dead. [Long and continued ...

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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 12 May 1886

VOL. II. - MANNIN(. CLARENDON COUNTY, S. C., WEDNESDAY, MAY 12, 1886. NO. 22. A CENTURY oF 111611T WOMEN. FRO331. RTHA WASHINGTON TO Ro-E ELIZABETH CLEELAND. An Interestin; ,ketcht of tie Romen W. ho Have Been Mistrew-e of the Wfhite Houme. (From the Phil~ae:phia Times.) The announcement that the President will marry Miss Frances Folsom in June recalls the historic series of White House nuptials. Washington, it is well known, married long before he became Presi dent, or even general of the army. He met the lovely Widow Custis at Wil liamsburg during his service as a mei ber of the Virginia Legislature. Mrs. Washington presided over the Executive household at the seat of government, first in New York, then in this city, with a good deal of formality. Their house in this city was one rented from Robert Morris, on Market street, between Fifth and Sixth. It was here the Friday levees were held, and the rules were very rigor ous. The first President's wife was born a Jones, that of the s...

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. — 12 May 1886

THE MANNING TIMES WEDNESDAY~MAY 12, 1886. B. S. DINKINS, Editor. The Farmers and the Liei Law. The Agricultural lien law original lv enacted in the interest of the farm ers was denounced by the late con vention of farmers, as a curse to the land. Measures for its repeal will be taken. Possibly it may be one of thE issues in the coming elections, or it may be overshadowed by other more exciting questions. Whether it rises to the dignity of an issue or not, it is highly proper for all who are engag ed in agriculture to give this matter serious and careful consideration. Is it for the best interest of the State that the law be repealed? Next, will the agricultural class, those who till the soil for a livelihood, be bene fitted Vy its repeal? If these two ques tions cen be affirmatively answered to the satidaction of a majority of the cultivators of the soil, then the law should be wiped from the Statute book. In order that those most in terested may- be able to have a clear conception ...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 12 May 1886

THE MANNING TIMES. _ WEDNESDAY, MAY 12, 1886. TEit OF SUlis('RIPTION: ()Ine year, in .1lvance .1.50, or $:.L0 at Cth" Expiration .i' six Monlths. .' rti m-'nt.- 1P r S( Iuare, first in Each suab.,quenit in-vrtion. ~>0e.. fti" Contrate Advcrtising at reducedf r; t vs. Advertising in Local Cclamn, 10c. per Our Terms fir all Transient Adver ments, ar invarial,ly in advaice. The Circuit court will convene Mon dlay. c The County board of examiners are requested to meet in the School Coin niissioner's office next Saturday, the 15th. We are requested by Rev. L. D. r Bass to state that he will be absent from his Summerton appointmentt next Sunday. Miss Florence Briton, of Indian-i t town. Williamsburg County, is visit- f< ing relatives in Manning. k Don't argue with a fool. or tie hs teiners will say there is a pair of you. C Mr. T. H. Burgess, of this Countyd now liviug in Coluimbit. reccived a: severe wound in the arm, on Monda, t the .3rd inst., by the accidental dis charge of a pi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 12 May 1886

SWINDLING "UNCLE SAM." CANCELED STAMPS CLEANED AND USED IN LARGE QUANTITIES. Washing with Acids--Patciniqg Together Uncanceled Part-s or %everal Stimps How They Are ItUed. (From the New Yrk Star.) "The most troublesome offenders against government laws are the ex perts who use canceled post age staips, said a postoffice official the other day. "They have a system of washiag out the cancellation marks that is so suc cessful as to make detection anost impossible. In the offices of largc cities like New York and Chicago, where so many letters are handled daily, and where rapidity is the most desirable feature, it is impossible r the men who caucel stamps to examine each one carefully. Then, too, a great deal of the work is done by gaslight, and this is a point which tends to aid the conspirator against the g-overnment s ncome. "Any one who has seen a postof:ice emploa in the New York offlice grab a bunnie of letters and cancel the stamp with lightning-like rapidity can read ilsee how i...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 19 May 1886

VOL. II. MANNING, CLARENDON COUNTY, S. C., WEI)NESD)AY, JUNE 16, 1886. NO. 27. DUELING IN OLIV 'TIES. AN INTERETING At'o.\T OF THE CODE Ar rT 1 \S. Incidents ol' the Field of Hlonor in Ante X1hlo411 Davs--One of Paddy O'Cork's Best Sketates The Career of McClun--Hi4 skill I% ilt a Pistol-Other Intere-4ti4 lnident-'. (From the Atlanta cou'titt:tien.) However barbarous may be the custom of dueling, as such, it is still a fact of historical value that no dueling commiu nity ever yet failed to send out good sol diers in time of war. I have been told by old residents of 3ississippi that the career of McClug at first stimulated ap peals to the lex talionis, but that towards the last it acted as a deterrent example. The duel ceased to be a duel in the ordi nary acceptation of the word and bee;pne a butchery. McClung, of course, ra little or no risk, and it filled the putblic generally with a sickening contempt to realize that the leading men of 31issis sippi lived practically by the suffet...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 19 May 1886

THE MANNIG TIMES. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 16, 1886. B. S. DINKINS, Editor. The Democratic Executive Commit tee of Clarendon County will convene on next Saturday, the 19th, for the purpose of re-organizing the party; to call a convention, discuss and en act whatever may be necessary. Among the subjects, we suppose hat the mode of election, whether by -Primaries" or "Convention," will oome up before the Committee. It is too early to prognosticate. Had the question been put before the people, early after the last general election, the'Primary system' would have gone by the board, with a whoop! Since then there have been many changes, no doubt, in sentiment on this sub ject. The "Convention plan" has many features to commend it to the favora ble attention of the public. Less trouble, less expense and less ranco rous discussion. But whatever way the majority chobses will be the one, desirable, however, without attempt ing any disparagement of the well es Vbclehospitality of the County, left to t...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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