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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 4 August 1886

THEMANING TIMES. WEDNESDAY, AUB. 4, 1886. TERMS OF SUIsCRIiMON: One Year, ia Advance $1.50, or $2.00 at he Expiratioui of Six Months. Advertisev.cnts.--Pr SquIare. first in sertion. $3 (01. Eac.h subtquent insertion. 50c. 'e Contract Avertising at reduced rates. Advertising in Local Clunn, 10c. per line. The State Convention meets to-day in Columbia. Severd from Manning will go over to "look on" Messrs. W. B. Bonham and A. Levi ame off on a trip to the mountains. Mr. J. D. Witherspoon, who has been quite sick for somne time, was so much improved as to be on the street ,Last Sunday. boys of the town have formed n',g band and are practicing reg X- They were out serenadiug 011bursday night, and played Wmac tunes. Encourage them. "Miss Emma Eichelberger, one of 3Ianning's charming young ladies, who for some time past has been on a visit to some of her friends in the lower part of the State, has re turned homne. Manning may not have any pro fessional ball players, but the boys say she's ...

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. — 4 August 1886

NLMIJE GRANT-SARTOIZIS. The Unfortunate Marriage of a President's Daughter to an Englisbmuan. Phnadclphia Times. No bit of society news ever created greater surprise than the announce ment of the engagemezm of Miss Nellie Wrenshall Grant, daughter of the President of the United States, to Al gernon Charles Frederiek Sartoris, a Britislh subject. The prospective groom was a son of Edward Sartoris, of Ilampshire, England. Ili- mother was Adelaide Kemble, daughter o Charles an'd sister of Fanny IKemble the actress. The young iman ta : euctcated in England amhi Geri'uiv and about 10 caie to the I'nited States to seek his fortune. In 12, onthe steamship llussia, while Miss Nellie was returning from a trip to Europe, the couple met and formed one of those unaccountable attachments called by women "love aflleirs," which termi nated in courtship and marriage. At that time Nellie had turned seventeen. She had enjoyed a life of exceptional social opportunities and had every thing to make a mn...

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 August 1886

VU VOL. II.___ __ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ UNITED WVE STAND! 1IOen~AY OF SOUTH CAtOL' S -fANCH AM) SOLID e Recent State Convention - Standard-Bearers for ti:e .SIx-latereting1 Rerd r) Good Demrcrt. nvention of the Democratic South C . Avas held in the1 House, Colur commencing on aesdv the 4th ._ = Gen. James F. Izlar, Chairman of the State Executive Committee, called the body to order. CoL J. Q. Marshall, Secretary pro tem., read the call of the Convention, as issued by the Executive Comnmitte e, after which General Izlar nominated Gen. Johnson Hagood to be tefnporary Chair man, and he was unanimously elected. On taking the chair Gen. Hagood said .that he was gratified by the honor con ferred on him, and in view of the im portant business which the Convention had before it he would proceed at once to the work of organizing the body. The Scretary called the roll of coun ties, and as each was called the creden tials of the delegations were presented by the chairman. The roll of delegates was th...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 11 August 1886

THE MANMG TMES. WEDNESDAY, AUG II, 1886. B. S. DINKINS, Editor. Gov. John Peter Richard soU. THlE STnTx CoxvFrIoN. The capital of the State on the 4th inst., bore a particularly stirring and striking aspect. Gathered there were Medes and Parthians, Elamites and dwellers in Mesopotamia-candidates, politicians, friends in interest and spectators-all these making ready for the fight and the sight. It was a grand outpouring and vividly de picted the agreeable fact that the Democracy is neither sleeping nor slumbering, but biding the time when some of her proud and boasted sons, should bring them to the front, in the furtherance of their cause. The grand ovations and memorable outpourings of sentiment and acclaim, when some popular name was spoken, will long be remembered by those who were there. After the organization of the con vention the wild bursts of applause, with which everything pertaining to Col. Richardson was met, soon dispel led the last shadow of doubt, resting upon the min...

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. — 11 August 1886

THE MANNING TIMES. WEDNESDAY, AU6. 11,1886. 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 subsequent insertion. 50c. p Contract Advertising at reduced rates. Advertising in Local Column, 10c. per line. PERSONAL. Mr. Levi left home Sunday on his I annual northern tour, to purchase his fall stock of goods. James E. Davis, Esq., is quite un well, and will not be able to attend the Congressional Convention at Flor ce, to which he was chosen as a del -. c + Us Gra e Jervey, of Sumter, is visitag ar Dr. Ingram's. B. Richardson, looking as b me and fresh as ever, passed g town on a canvassing tour e last week. Messrs. John C. Ingram and J. E. Tindal were both in town this week, Ir each looking fully equal to the ex- V actions of a summer campaign. I Prof. Witherow left us Saturday to return home. The Prof. is a genial, cultivated, pleasant gentleman. He has left behind him many warm] f...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 11 August 1886

TIOUtGHTS FOR TlE 1ONl. SOME SEA.ONABLE SUGGESTIONS FR o1 HIGi AtTiloIti'v. What woedi the Good Farier- Should Do in the 3onth or Ai:,ust--Ain luteresting Article From an Ente!igent Writer. (W. L. Jones in the Au't "Cnivor.") To one who is not a routine farner, nice questioni; are sometimes sprung this month touching the managcment of a cotton crop. As a rule "laying by" is completed by the last of July, - but should heavy, conpacing rais follow close on the heel of the last plowing, and hot dry weather sets in, is it better to plow again or no!. anu how late in the season may plowing be advantageously continued? No in flexible rule on these points can be 1. t laid dowvn-one must decide according to circumstances. If the land is fresh, t or the soil filled with humus, so that it is friable and loose, plowing miay be stopped earlier than whece opposite conditions prevail. If the soil is dis posed to run together and bake, plow ing should continue as late as it can be without breaking...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 18 August 1886

VOL. II. MIANNIN(G, CLARENDON COUNTY, S. C.. WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 18 1886. NO.36. .10)1IN@ON 1SL.D U A PEN PR*TURiE OF TUE i T Ot - ERN PHi-O. The Pirate of Ltke Erie-e 'e Lake Stenmer by a GU;d o ' pathizer--The Failur eur V.'Thr I. Chief of the Crewa. Elc. (Frzm the Mt-a c--s*_*'A--n.) Johnson's Island, now an historie so(t. lies four miles from the cit'y of Sn 1usy, Ohio, in the midst of as beatiu ' sheet of water as can be found on lakes. Seen ac >ss the ba w i green slopes relieved by thea p. white limestone, it presents a lovely pie ture. The highest is perhaps I.*f;* t above the water level, and -is center of the island, which is oxe nie long, a half wide, and contains 3 -eres. In the days long since departed, it covered with a magnificent growth of oak and maple, and was a favorite resort of the Indians, who then thronged all the lake shore. The waters which wash its shores were alive with I)Lck bass, pickerel and perch, and continue so to this day. The soil is full of India...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 18 August 1886

THE MANIN TI(I4 B. S. D!NKiNS. Editor. Death of Geni. Maiiit. The following disrpatch appeared in the colunos of the . of yesterdav: tooi piacieS, : tl to-da. H&.s rt:mais v.-11 v Charleston hv the s row, and will proba'1 ar e! 2. o'clock P. 31. The death of G m be regretted by the people :f the whole State. For four vear., le has led acceptably the post u o; ut and Inspector General of the State, and at the late Demceratic Conven tion in Columbia, the high esteem in which he was held cver the Si was manifested by his re-nominatio or the same position. His death leaves a vacancy on the State ticket which will have to be sup plied by another nomination. The Sixth Congressionali Convention. As a member of the Clarendon del egation, we attended the Congression al Convention of the sixth District which met in Florence, on Wednes day, the 11th inst. We arrived in Florence on the afternoon preceding the day of the meeting, and spent the time on our hands seeing the sig-hs of this anti...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 18 August 1886

THE MANNING TIMES. WEDNESDAY, AUS. 18, 1886. IERMS OF SUBSClIPTION: One Year, in Advance $1.50, or $2.00 at che Expiration of Six Months. Advertisements-rer Square, first in sertion, $1.00. Each subsequent insertion. 50c. .T- Contract Advertising at reduced rates. Advertising in Local Colutun, 1oe. per line. Mr. M. Jacobs left yesterday for a trip to the mountains. Miss Lula Lucas is visiting rela tives in town. Messrs. S. A. Rigby and D. Levi have gone North for their fall stock of goods. Capt. R. R. Briggs will please ac cept our thanks for a batch of Atlanta papers. It is with deep regret that we learn of the illness of Mrs. James 3IcDow ell, at Saluda, where she has gone for her health. Behold the list of candidates! A match game of base ball will be played here next Saturday afternoon between the Concords, of Sumter County, and the Manning club. Pub lic invited to witness the game. Mr. T. Adams Way is announced by his friends, a candidate for Coun tv Commissioner. Mr. Way, as o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 18 August 1886

FIRF.D WITH BOTH EVES NHI.T. As an Anmerican He Fouaht the Dul :nd Killed the Cuban. Soon after the Cubans were compelled to surrender the Virginius to Uncle Sam I landed in Havana as the agent of an American agricultural works, says a writer in the Detroit Fie Press. For tunate for me in this case I could chattc r away in Spanish with any of them,_ and though I was born and reared in Ohio I was supposed to be an Englislnan. Had I given out that I was a straight haired Yankee the chances of beingz mobbed or knifed or shot, would have been excellent. The feeling aginst Americans was so verv bitter that one from the States was lizble to insult and violence on the public streets. I had been here about a week when an Amerian named Charles Whitley, from: Michigan, arrived with his wife. Whit ley was an invalid, and he had come to Cuba by the advice of a physician. I re member him as a tall, paile-faced and ex tremely courteous gentleman. while she was a fittle bit of a woman who was all ...

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. — 25 August 1886

VOL. II. dANNING h C A.\IE N DO )N COUjNTY, S. C., WEDNESDAY A U( ST 25 8. NO.37. VOL 11.- - 1'OISAKIN6 'I'lli:(IIPl GENERAL JOHNSON ! GoOD FOl .A :mXEfl1 V%!. An Essav Read Befe!C 'Ie e -; Soclety and the Sate Uran :: aT Summer Meetina cn Auv:, '. :. It is doubtful whether, in all tfl time since South Carolina was the huntin ground of the Indian, any single imt of a century has witnessed within her be:1 ers a relative progress in material welfar, equal with the last. it needs no com pilation of statistics to show this. Look; at Columbia, the beautiful city in which you are holding this summer rcding. Compare her in 1865, sitting anid ases and her population feeding on the refuse cattle of Sherman's supply tain, with her conditiun to-day. See her '.as places rebuilt, often more substantiall thr n before; her homes once more sur rounded with the comforts of life, and her people on the streets and in the marts again steadily asserting themselves in the battle of life. Columbia in this...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 25 August 1886

THE MANNG TIMES. WEDNESDAYAM 25. 1986. B. S. DINKINS, Editor. Survivors' Meeting. The surviving members of Com. pany "H," Fifth Regiment, South (arolina Volunteers, held their annual re-union last Wednesday, in the grove adjoining the residence of Mr. R : M. Harvin,. of the Packsville section. This was one among the first com panies of the State to o-ganize and volunteer for active service. Its first Captain was William Nettles, of Sum ter County, who resigned in the sum mer of '62, and was succeeded by R. M. Skinner. Mr. Skinner was. killed at the battle of St. Mary's.Church, in Virginia, on the 24th of June, 1864. Mr. E. Manly Bradham was the next and last Captain of the Company, holding the position 'till the close of the war. The company did faithful and efficient service throughout the war, and its members can now look back on a record conspicious for deeds of gallantry and heroism. There are now seventy odd members of this company living. About thirty-four -of these, with a go...

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. — 25 August 1886

THE MANNIG T0S, WEDNESDAY, AUG. 25, 1886. T EII1s OF SUITSlC!IPT ION: Ou Year, in Advance ::1.5, or cue Expiration of Six Mtinth'. Advertiseu'-nts.---r Square, first m sertion. $1.00. Each subsquen insrtin n. ~0c. .;Wr C'ontract Advertising at r educe rates. Advertising in Local Cuinnm, 10c. pe: lino. For the present we will be assiste( in the management of the Tn:s b' Prof. W. B. Bonham. A We were pleased to meet on Mon .iV afternoon, Mr. T. . Scott, oi Villiamsbarg, who was in the village Mrs. Lizzie Stokes, of FloridIa, i. visiting her father, Mr. M. J. Black well. Returned from the mountains: Mrs. Rosa Weinberg, Messrs. A. Levi and W. B. Bonham. All interested in the formation of a military company in Manning are re (luestel to meet in Mhasonic Hall on Thursday night at 8 o'clock. Mr. M. Levi has returned from the North. The effect of his tiip can al ready be seen in the barrels, hogs heads, and boxes of goods pouring iI his store. We learn that horses are dying to an alarming e...

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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 25 August 1886

THE INVENTOR OF SACCHARINE. An Accident Leat*% to an Impoxrtant isiscoery A Substance Which Out-Su;ar-, St;ar. Dr. Constantine Fahlberg, tho in ventor or discoverer of saccharine, the new coal tar sugar, is a tall, well-built, handsome German-American, of about thirty-eight years of age. He speaks the modern languages fluently, and despite the celebrity that has so suddenly fallen upon him, is quite diffident and re served. To an inquiring reporter, who had called upon him for the express pur pose of conversing with him on tho new sweetening agent, he said: "How did I discover sacechariue? Well, it was partly by accident and partly by study. I had worked a long time upon the compound radicals and substitution products of coal tar, and had made a number of scientific discoveries that are. so far as I know, of no commercial value. One evening I was so interested in my laboratory that I forgot about supper until quite late, and then rushed off for a meal without stopping to wash my han...

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. — 1 September 1886

VOL. 11. MANNING, CLARENiDON COUNTY, S. C., WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBE 88N .1ACK, TIlE 1BUSI! a N( i A THRILLINI STOR OF 1iM The Stranac Eperiecua of.I an i man Who Went GoIJ 1h:li'i in a Where No Man Could Ca! ll l irt- Siffe. (From The Atant c I Reading in your journal an - i headed "A Bushranger Iuterviewca, savs a writer in Chambers', recalls to v'y memory a str -incident which co curred some y ago to my own broth er, when on his way from svd3V to the; gold fiels, and for the acur which I can vouch. At the time of his arrival in *n alia the country was in a state of I a reign of terror existed, caused by the daring outrages committed on parties on the journey to and from the djggings. Robbery with violence, ezscorts shot down, and large consignments of gold carried off, were of daily occurrence. The bush was infested by a gang of des perate bushrangers. mhose leader, under the cognomen of "Jack," seLut to bear a charmed life. For years he h ' evaded all the efforts made to capture him,...

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. — 1 September 1886

THE MNNING TIMES. WEDNESDAY, SEP. 1, 1886. B. S, DINKINS, Editor. Our Standard Bearers. Gownr, J. P. Ricuirns, of Clarendon. - Lieicjizit Giornor, W. L. M>.un, of (rcenville. W. Z. Lmzna. of Kershaw. (yomptroiter Gue-ral, W.. E. ST-oEY, of Berkeley. Aftorney Geocral. J. K E.LE, of Sumter. '&ate Treasurcr, -. S. B.AmERo, of Barnwell Adjtdant and Inspector General, CAP. M. L. BoxNi, of Abbeville. Superintendent of Edurati?.n, J. H. Rrcx, of Abbeville. The State Democratie Executive Committee met in Columbia on the 25th inst.,. and in pursuance to the au thority vested in them by the Consti tution of the Democratic Party, pro ceeded to elect an Adjutant and In spector General. This place or. the ticket, having been vacant by reason of General Manig-ault's death, Capt. M. I. Benham, Jr., of Abbeville, was nominated on the nineteenth ballot. The committee decided to open the campaign about the first of October. The old plan of holding a mass meet ing in each county will be dis pen...

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. — 1 September 1886

THE MANNING TIMES, WEDNESDAY, SEP. L., 1886. TERMS OF SUlBSCRIPTION: One Year, in Advance $1.50, or $2.00 al the Expiratiou of Six Months. Advert ntus.-3Per Suare. first in. scrtion, $1.00. Each subsequent insertion. 50c. *t Contrnct Advertising at reduce rates. Advertisirng in Local Column, 10c. pei line. Mrs. Edwards has an attractive ten cents counter of tinware and a multi tude of other useful articles. Reddic's establishment is the place to be made comfortable. Mr. Sinclair offers the greatest in. ducements in prices and quality of work to those desiring photographs etc., that will ever be -afforded in Man ning again. He does not promise to remain in town a great while longer. Remember in time. Prof. W. B. Bonham, we regret to state, is quite sick at the Central Ho tel. Messrs. S. A. Rigby and D. Levi have returned from their Northern trip. Miss Zula V. Skinner, of Bamberg, is visiting at Dr. J. G. Dinkins'. The publication of the TiEs was delayed a day this week in order to gi...

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. — 1 September 1886

THE LATE DR. HAXE. A outbh Carolinian Who Ltved on His M6 ifr4 Earnings as Long as He Could. [From the Philadelphia Times] Years ago Julia Dean, a very pretty and engaging actress, was agreat tavorite in all American cities and had a host of ad mirers in her train. llnving mind and char acter likewise, all who knew her esteemed and homured her. In an evil hour she lis tened to the impassioned suit of Dr. Hayne, son of Robert Y. Ilayne, of South Carolina; was flattered by his p*reference. She was somewhat ambitious socially and accepted him, having no idea that a gentle mai of his antecedents and exalted profes sion would think for a moment of allow in- her to remain on the stage. Dr. I layne was, it is Said. always talking of the su periority of his native State, of his father, the eloquent Senator, of his illustrious an cestors and imaginarv illusirious self. No one who had heard his vaporhis woulud have believed hint other than the enibodi ment of the most sensi:ive honor and nest...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 8 September 1886

VOL. II. M~~AANNIN(G. (I"ARENDON (CONTY. S. C.., WED)NESDAY, SEPTEMBER~~ 18) O 9 A TERRIB.E EART ULIAQ DREADFUL DESTRUCT(o oF'uom01 wir AND II U3AN LIFE. Charleston VisIted by a Calamit y .rie:n ed in All Its History-Particub.Tr% oth Dreadful Occurrence. The earthquage shock experienced in different parts of the State on the ilght of Tuesday the 31st ult., was felt with dreadful effects in the city of Charlston. The loss of property was dreadful, one estimate putting it as high as five mil lions of dollars-actual and inidenta. One report states that there are only oze hundred houses left altogether uninjur ed. This is perhaps an exaggcration, but it is safe to say that the mnber of buildings injured will include the larger portion of the structures in the city. Twenty buildings, in diferent parts of the city, were destroyed by fire caused by the overturning of lamps. Below will be found an interesting account of the disaster, taken from the telegraph reports to the daily press: Cani...

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. — 8 September 1886

THE MANNM TIM. WEDMESDAY, SEP. 8, 1886. B. S. DINKINS, Editor. Our Standard Bearers. J. P. RIernuunsos, of Clarendon. Lieutenant Govrwr, W. L. MArLDIS, of Greenville. &,cr eretary (it Sate, W. Z. LrrsaE;, of Kershaw. Comproller General, W. Sromrr, of Berkeley. Attorney General, J. H. mER.E, of Sumter, State Treasurer; I. S. B.ursno, of Barnwell. .Adjutant and Inspector General, M. L. Bo-smnr, of Abbeville. Superintendent of Education, J. H. RIcF, of Abbeville. We are pleased to see that the Hon. C. H. Simonton has been appointed to fill the vacancy made by the resig nation of Judge Bryan. Eminently qualified and known and esteenied, he, enters. upon the office with every prospect of affording entire satisfac tion. THE OLD CITY BY THE SEA. The loved old city is again suffer ing, this time from the effects of a terrible earth-quake. Her brave and noble people have experienced the ravages of war, the ruinous fire and devastating cyclone, within a little ,over a score of years, and ...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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