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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 23 June 1886

OTHE LXANING TIMES. WEDNESDAY, JULY 21, 886. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: One Year, in Advance $1.50. or $2.00 at the Expiration of Six Months. Advertisements.- -Per Square, first in sertion, $1.00. Each snbsequent insertion. 50c. 2 Contract Advertising at reduced rates. Advertising in Local Column, 10c. per line. :rr Our Terms for all Transient Adver tiseients. are invarially in advance. M1iss Eva McCall, of Darlington, is visiting relatives in town. Miss Nina Graham, of Sumter, and Miss Georgie Fowler of Charleston are visiting at Dr. Ingram's. Dr. William Billups, of Carrolton, Miss., is visiting his sister, Mrs. P. G. Benbow. *fesarsS. 3L Barfield and W. E. urgess-accompanied the Sumter ex cursionists on their trip to Smithville. Messrs. J. S. Cole, D. M-. BradhanA, and J. S. Hodge, have been drawn on the petit jury for the October term of the United States District Court at Charleston. Messrs. Jno. C. Ingram and James E. Tindal are brought forward by their friends for the lower branc...

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. — 23 June 1886

MRS. FRANK LESLIE. THE wITCHLING WIDOWS - How a Pretty Young Widow Striftl and Toiled and Arhiecd a xrun cess. Frkuom the New Yor. Jjurnalist. It has so often been' sated jiat .,women know notingpbi Vo businezs, that it has come to /hcepted as a truism by unthinly people. Yet hundreds of bus-p men owe not a little of t eir >.-css to cool-headed, saacious -s. A frequent moditi . ,.e fist statement is that cation f el i silai! economcs, but e to orap large business - are uttl t' (1 are unes," or it thley do LTe beCcomeC enter or lose thtbrcious manity which is the principal tin of'wornan. The utter talbitv of statements is rnowhere more Arikingly shown than in the case of .,Mrs. Prank Leslie. With executive ability, capacity for work and news paper genius possessed by few men, s'e preserves all the charm of her womanhood id is as popular in the social as in thc business world. Through the force of her own personality, she is at once ene of the most attractive as well as nit importa...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 30 June 1886

t4 VOL. II. MANNING, CLARENDON COUNTY, S. C,., WEDNESD)AY, JUNE 23, 188.NOE8 TiE SNOW-CAPPED "RC1E. IMPRESIONS OF A TRIP THRO1's1 TIHE STATE OF COLORADO. Scenes Alon; the Route by Rail--The Wouder ful City of Denver-The Future of a Great Commonwealth. tDenver Letter in Pomeroy's Democrat.) Those who ride in sleeping cars in the East are quite apt to remain in their bench to turn, snooze, think, plan and rest as on they roll. Not so here. Sun rise, and all were up. The cars of the Burlington Route were so well laden with passengers that every berth was ied, the great majority of passen gers in the sleepers being persons from, the East who had never been to Denver, never seen its rocky mountains. Near ing their destination, they were like the early bird. It is now six o'clock. In two hours we will be in Deaver. The berths have all been made up for the day, the cars dusted out and people are on the qui vive. We are running southwest. Be hind us is the head of the Republican valley and ...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 30 June 1886

THE XANNNG TIME. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 23,1886. B. S. DINKINS. Editor. OUR NOMINEE. Conceding to Mr. Barron all the virtues and abihtv accredited him by the TDoEs, and admiitin- that he is in every way qual ified for the Yiigh. position to which he as pires, yet we fail to see that he has any more claim upon the nomination than any other aspirant. On the other hand we think that Mr. Dargan's claim'is superior to his. We see no reason why this District should make a change in its Representative at this time, and should a change for any cause be neces sary, we hardly think that Mr. Barron should receive the nomination. The talk of sacrificing chances for the good of the party is nothing more-than any good and true man who loves his party would do under similar circumstances. If because a man has made sacrifices is to be the test by which the nomination is to be awarded, then Hor ry is justly entitled to it. It is a known fact that Horry has never been represented an the State ticket; never ...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 30 June 1886

spring and summer An nouncement. I assert without fear of con tradiction that I have the larg est stock of G eneral Merchan dise kept by any Retail Store in the State. and my Spring and Summer stock is unusually large, this year. I am not selling be low cost, but wish ing to con vert this immense stock into maoney, I am determined to sell at the lowest figures. I invie a careful inspection of my goods. but please remember that it is inpossible in so large an estab lishment to exhibit everything to public view: so ask for what vou want, and my salesmen will take great lp.sure in showing'(, the goods. A Cordial invita tion is extended to all to visit my mammoth establishment wiere they will find everything they require, and receive fair dealing and polite attention. MOSE1*S' LEVI THE MANNINGTItMES.1 WEDNESDAY, JUE23, 1886 TERMS OF SUBSCRHI'TION: One Year, in Advance s1.50, or $2.00 at the Expiration of Six Months. Advertisements.-Per square, first in sertion, $1.00. Each subsequent in...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 30 June 1886

WOMEN AS BULL-FIGHTERS. The Brutal Sport Carried on in France as Well as in Spain. (1Irom the Low1on Telegraph.) Bull-baiting and fighting is not yet over in Frar.ce any more than in Spain. Despite the outcry that was raised some months ago relative to the dis graceful scenes that occurred in the amphitheatre at Nimes during a bull baitine carnival, the same spectacles have Yeen again witnessed amid the enthusiasm of ten thousand spectators. On Monday, May 10, the famous am phitheatre, a relic of old Roman times, was full to repletion with a crowd of excited beings who had come to wit ness the skill and prowess of the Mata dor Frutos and his compeers. What was more, three toreras were to appear, this being the first time that women have entered the r-enas at Nimes. At three o'clock i, ae after noon the performances began with a grand procession of Spanish bull fighters, male and female, who rode proune nto the enclosed space to the ilnd of military music. Three toreras in fancy cost...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 7 July 1886

VOL. i. MAnNING. CLAI)( COUNTY n S. C., WEI)N ESDIAY J UNE :30.N A "MAGNEII 6ilL 1'ALNs. C1 RIOUS CONFE-"lONS OF 41E' E' THAT Pt'ZZLED THE Pr5fESo Hon a Muscular lonna Wwnan DiWt Je Lulu Hurst's secret and Turn" it to Ads.aut a;e--Slinple Explanation or .A1.Maren1I Mar velous Feats. (From the New York Werd.' I ran across a young woman o.n tie street not long since, a girl whose face had become familiar to many o'C some months ago on the stages of pro vincial theatres, very shortly after Lulu Hurst, "The Georgia Wouder, had created a sensation a Wallack's. She had gained considerable notoriety, I remem bered, as one of many "magnetic" girls. The fact also intruded itself that she had been introduced to audiences as a rude, untutored specimen of the backwoods, perfectly guileless, with little education, and remarkable only for the fact that Providence (so the truthful manager put it) had gifted her with a peculiar and marvelous force which enabled her to accomplish most extraordinary ...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 7 July 1886

THE MANNING TrIMES. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 30,1886. B. S. OfNKINS, Editor. On Monday a communication for publication was handed into this of fice by Capt. D. J. Bradham, which we decline to publish for the reason that it was a matter that belonged to a. church and should be settled in that church without invoking public atten tion or courting public opinion. In addition to these reasons the article reflected upon an intelligent congre gation, and upon individual members of the church, who are amenable to their church courts, and who should not be put on trial by public opinion thus invoked. We are induced to say this much only because Capt. Bradham has se cured the publication of his article elsewhere, and that the grounds of our refusal may not be misunderstood. At a meeting of the State Execu tive Committee in Columbia on the 23rd inst., a State Convention was called to meet in Columbia on the 4th of Aug. prox., for the following pur posest: I. To nominate candidates for Gov ernor and Li...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 7 July 1886

Spring and Summer An nouncement. I assert without fear of con tradiction that I lave the hrg est stock of General Merciain dise kept by any Retail Stori in the State. and my Spring an Summer stock is unusually larga this year. I am not selling be low cost, but, wishingr to con vert this immense stock init( money, I am determined to sel at the lowest figuares. I invite a careful inspection of my goods but please remember that it is impossible in so large an estab. lishient to exhibit everyth iuis to public view; so ask for whait you want, and my salesmen will take great pleasure in sliowiino the good- A Cordial invita tion is extended to all to visit mV mammoth establishmnent. where they will 1ind everything they require. and receive faic dealing and polite attention. MO SS LEVI. THE ANNING TI MES. WEDNESDAY, JUNi,30, 1886. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTIYN: One Year, in Advane $1.50, or $2.00 at the Expiration of Six Months. Advertisemncts.-rer Square, first in sortion, $1.00. Each subsequent i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 7 July 1886

WITCHES AND DEVILS. Queer Stories and Ideas of Early Times Concerning Evil spirits. (From the Boston Conunercial Buletin.) The earliest letter in the Mather papers that alludes to the delusion of witchcraft is "The testimony of Wil liam Mors and his wife," relating cer tain events that occurred at his house in 1679, wfiich were believed to be the result of witchcraft. This testimony was inclosed in a letter from the Rev. Joshua Moodey to the Rev. Increase Maher. "The last thing heard of," says the venerable dlvine, "was the cairrying away of several axes iii the night notwithstanding they were hid up, yea, lockt up very safe, as the owner thought, at least, which was done this spring." The tramllp had evidently not yet beeti invented for the benefit of the careless. It seems that Master Mors and his wife had but just retired for the night when they were roused by the violent falling of "Stokes & Stons" on the roof On opening the door to discover the cause of these nocturnal dist...

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 July 1886

vo1J. II. MANNING, CLZAIENDON COUNTY, S. C., WEDNESDAY, JULY 1886. NO.30. O.E OF TilE ATROlIOs ('i1n3rE- OF A Story Thrillin:1y rfeto!d--Ncarty dred Emitrauat %' d and Worth of Prol bly Mutilated In a work by J. P. Dumi. by the Harper's, and authentic s^ Mountain Meadow massacre, of which excites buriiiii indillfa to-day, although nearly thirty years have passed since this dark stain on Amerwian annals. As illustrain t- savage spirit nhich incited.this horribe crime, the writcr quotes from a scrmen cf Briglhani Young, published in the Desertct News just prior to the whokes-de markrs. Young tells his congregation: "1 coujd refer you to lots of instances where men have been righteously slain in order to atone for their sins. I have seen scores and hundreds of people for whom there would have been a chance (in the last resurrection there will be) if their lives had been taken and their blood spilled on the ground as a -moking incense to the Almighty, but who are now angels to the devil...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 14 July 1886

THE 3LNING TIMES a WEDNESDAY, JULY 7, _886. 1 B. S. DINKINS, Editor. Dr. Bellinger, of Charleston, who has been under indictment for the murder of the negro, Riley at that I place in October last, has been ac quitted. He was twice tried-the first ending in a mistrial. The Governor has appointed Mr. J. D. Graham, of Sumter, Clerk of Court, vice W. H. Cuttino, deceased. Mr. Graham's appointment was strongly opposed in a letter to the Governor, by Col. J. J. Dargan, who characterized him as a man totally un-, fit for any position of honor or trust, but the people of Sumter, in a mass meeting held there on the 1st iust, fully vindicated Mr. Graham's repu tation, and strongly endorsed him for the place. A Chapter of Crime. Chas. Anderson and John Robert son, white farmers of Edgefield, who had a difficulty some mouths ago, met by agreement on the 3rd inst, and ended it with shot-guns loaded with buck-shot. Anderson was immediate - killed and Robertson dangerously wounded. At Bennettsvill...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 14 July 1886

THE MANNING TIMES. WEDNESDAY, JULY 7, 886. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: One Year, in Advance 41.30. or S2.04) at che Expiration of Six Months. Advertiscments. er -- nare, frst in sertion, 8.0 Each suibsequen i- inse dion. -10w Attention is directed to the adver tisement of C. C. Redic, barber. Paul H. Hayne, the great Southern poet, is reported to be dying. The Sumter High School building was burned yesterday morning. A thrilling account of the "Moun tain Meadow Massacre" is published in to-day's Tnms. We learn that Mr. S. M. Nixon has lately lost several fine hogs from chol era. Slick on the public-C. C. Redic's razors. ad. Col. J. D. Blanding was in town last Friday on professional business. Hon John P. Richardson, State Treasurer, and the coming Governor of the State, passed through town last Monday. Rev. A. W. MIoore, of the Centen arv, is in town in the interest of his paper. The Centenary is one of the neatest and best printed papers in the State. it is about time for the various De...

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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 14 July 1886

MlANCE JOLLY, The Exploits of a Daring Guer-illa who Operated in Georgia aud Carolina. (From the Athens. Ga., Banner.) Many af our readers remember "Mance" Jolly, who operated in South Carolina and Gcorgia soon after the war, and was a terror to those that wore the blue. Jolly had a terrible account to settle with the Yankees, and he paid the debt with interest. Five of his brothers had been killed during the war, and he swore that he would kill five Yankees for each one of his brothers that were slain. After a truce was declared between Jolly and the Yankees, he went. to Texas and married. IHis father-in-law gave him a plantation on the opposite side of the river, and Jolly commenced building a house, and would swim his horse that he rede while on his many raids in Georgia over to where he was buildimg. le was returning to his father-im-law's for dinner, and while about midway the stream, "Dixie," the name of Jolly's horse, gave out and they went down together, to rise no more. Jol...

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 July 1886

VOL '1. MANNIG. ('LARENDO ('OUNTY~ S.t~ WE1)NESI)Y, JIL1418.NO3. OLD TIM .0 BUT T111 How a .alte ary S! Country 0 and ade .,oru. el The death Perrv. the greatest Mormon ei-er east of Utah and the leader in what was once a :ettlement of 250 of the Latter Day Saints, which occurred at Perrvville-, N. J., Xt week, virtually closes the historv of MuIrmon ism in New Jersey. Of all the old set tlement but two people i now remnain one, Adeline Mevers, an old aid. 11ow residing in Hainesville: and the other, Martin Recton, an old bachel'or, living away back in the Blue Ridge _Noutains, fifteen miles from DeckeTtown. The historv of this community, as ob tained from Silas Suydam, or "Whea-boy Sie" as lie is more commonly called, is an in teresting one. In fact, old Sile himself is in an interesting story. Sile is one ofI oldest settlers in the lue Ridge M1oun tains, and lives in what was once the very heart of the eastern l'tah. Early one morning weck a Star reporter started from Deckertown t...

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

THE MANf TIMES. WEDNESDAY, JULY 14, 1886. B. S. DINKINS, Editor. The nomination of Col. Jos. H. Eavle, for Attorney General of the State, by our neigh bor, the Watchman aned &tderon. has been warmly seconded by a goodly number of our leading exchanges. We gladly join the TDnEs in acknowledging tho claims of this distinguished citizen of Sumter, to become the successor of the present incumbent. Apart from his faithful and proficient ser vice requiring recognition, the Party in electing him would honor itself and secure a representative, whose splendid atbilities and probity of character would redownto the lasting good and benefit of the Democra cy. To the people of this county Col. Earle is well known and needs no recommendation. His profound legal attainments, courteous, dignified manners, are appreciated and es teemed by the Manning Bar, and admired by the people at large. Clarendon will be enthusiastic in espous ing the cause of Col. Jos. H. Earle. in the State nominatng Conve...

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

7MHMNNING TIMvES. WEDNESDAY, JULY 14, 886. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: One Year, in Advancev 1.5U, or $2.00 at the Expiration of Six Months. Advertiements.-Per Square, first in sertion, $1.00. Each subsequent insertion. 50e. Miss Lucile Williams, of Williams burg, and Miss Minnie McFaddin, of Clarendon, have been spending some time with Miss Lizzie Huggins. Miss Pauline Burgess, of Claren don, is visiting the family of Mr. J. P. Davis.-Marion Star. We had the pleasure of meeting, yesterday, Mr. T. Adams Way of Sum merton. Mrs. R RBriggs and Miss Annie Caldwell, of Summerton, took the morning train yesterday, on their way to Atlanta, Ga., to visit the family of Dr. W. R Caldwell. Mrs. M. Levi and daughter, Miss Sallie, have gone to .the mountains for the Summer. Mr. F. and Mitch ell Levi left yesterday for Tolluah .Falls, in Georgia. The Town Council have had print ed, sign boards for the streets in town. They will be put up during the week. Messrs. G. A. Huggins, Sr., R 0. Purdy, and T. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 21 July 1886

TERBOEIZED JURISTs. hriing Experience of Two Lawyers with a Bear. From the San Francisco Cal. In the foothills of Sonoma county, not maur miles from the town of Petaluma, there is a neat, cosy country house, built on a knoll. It is covered with climbling roses, white, pink and yellow, carefully trained, and ihe foilage and blossom is here and there intertwined with jessimline and Eng lish honeysuckle. From a broad por tico in front of the building one ob tains a view that is enchanting. At the foot of the g-rassy slope that leads to the dwelling runs a silvery stream, in the pools of which disport the beau tiful and speckled trout. This place, one of the iost pleasant in that sec tion of the county, is the home of the Lawlers, the parents of Judge Lawler, of the police court of this city. When ever the Judge seeks relaxation from official cares, he takes a run up to that home to inhale pure country air and expunge from his lungs the foul dust laden atmosuihere of his court. One Satu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 4 August 1886

~l~1 3F ii --O.H 3\NN C LAIEN)DON COUNT S. C. WEDNESDAY, A" 'T , 186. NO 3 VOTATZ"' c:* Much has be.n Said a r u this i' portaut subje 'nd a' meri*.s t, the svste- have n and isussed, it . "t 'm It ,lthe towed it to - Thev :reat il o L som: r au Is of tucir -r " . a por sup -any improw"' u:l'"' I it' ul jltural papels' In preparmag thi pap i. :' :I..,:cd for mo~uv valuable sn .st.u t.1 Commiis-ioner o \~iaee a - Hendtrson, to WUt L. - sol, of the Stat t'"rd .. t of the State of Somb a ( a :1 t o the book of H sbandry by C. E Wr-ing, and to Qo. . T. . oc ous for a praetical letter upon h ex periene. I racticaly U :od rot in 'o tribute the farmII work ey, ,au n should give an ooportuni2 y :or the land, and it is genieradly adviSed that the details of the rottion be ret:dahten very mulich more by the fa's de - mand for food for his cattle thani iy any arbitrary rule, the two (bjects being Cu stantly kept in view of furisin .*o far as possible. regular cmp doya:t for meni .and teams thr...

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 August 1886

THE MANNING TIMES. WEDNESDAY, AU6 4, 1886. B. S. DINKINS, Editor. THE COUNTY CONVEN TION. [A tclded report <fthe proceedings.] The convention was called to order at 12 o'clock Saturday, bf, Jos. F. Rhame, Esq., the County Chairman. Messrs. James E. Davis and A. '-T I were appointed temporary secretaries. The following delegates were seated as members of the convention: Cross Roads-H. L. Benbow, J. B. Mellette, J. M. Davis, C. B. Cobia. Deep Creek-E. N. Plowden, E. M. Ridgeway, R B. Strange, P. E Ridge way. Foreston-A. Richbonrg, J. H. Bur gess, C. S. Land, D. D. McDonald, J. A. Burgess. Fork-E. D. Hodge, J. M. Mont gomery, Jno. W. Frierson, S. J. Mc Faddin. Friendship-R H. Belser, J. H. T. Coullette, L. N. Richburg, C. R. Fel der. Fulton-D. R. Griffin, J. M. Welch, J. W. Weeks. Harmony-E. R. Plowden, Sr., E. R Plowden, Jr., W. H. Gailliard. Jordan.-Jos. Sprott, Jr., H. H. Lesesne, T. J. 1. Davis, James E. Da vis, L. L. Wells, J. P. Mitchum, H. A. Tisdale. Midway-R E. McFaddin, F....

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