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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 8 September 1886

THE MANNLNG TIMES. WEDNESDAY, SEP. 8, 1886. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: One Year, in Advance $1.50. or S2.00 at :the Expiration of Six Months. Advertisements.-1'er Square. first in ,sertion, $1.00. Each subsequent insertion. 50c. .r Contmet Advertising at reduced rates. Advertising in Local CAlumn, 10c. ptr line. Gen. M. L. Bonham, Sr., is in town visiting ins son, who is still ill. The Grove school opened Mordlay morning under the most encouraging auspices. Rev. 3-T Garris preached in the Presbyterian 'hurch at this place last Sunday evening. "Argonaut's" communication came in too late to publish this week. In the next issue it will appear. Our merchants are daily receiving large quantities of goods. The primary races next week prom ise to be very close. Misses Virginia Ingram and Annic Ewell have returned from their sum mer trip. Rev. Mr. Leard and wife returned home on Friday from a visit to Ches ter. The Rev. gentleman filled his place in the Methodist Church as us ual Sunday. Up 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. — 8 September 1886

ALMOST SLAIN BY BLFALOES. Tuo Hunters Suddenly Contronted by a Herd They btampede the Beasts and Escape Death--A Montana Adventure. In the summer of 1879, while stationcd at one of the fiontier forts in the Yellow stone Valley, Spotted Eagle's band of hostiles, a fragment of Sitting Bull's great camp, were brought in as prison ers of war. Orders were received to send them to Standing Rock Agency, and it fell to my lot, writs :1 lieutenant in the regular army to the Philadelphia Times, to escort them across the couu try. My detachment numberedt thirty men, mounted on Cayuse piICs and well armed and equipped. The next morning. with our prisoners under guard, we struck out boldly across the country, in the direction 'of Standing Rock. It took us sixteen days to make the journey, which was full of interest ing incidents and adventures, for the country was a wild and, so to speak, un explored region as yet, with hostile Sioux and Chevennes scattered all through it. The plains of Moitana ...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 15 September 1886

3ANNlNCLARWN)ON L CONY. S. C., WED)NESDAY. SEIPTIIIE~i~B (.%E A..4 A Scientiaie alt'pr frod M .or '!::rr% H!.i; nud me Facts hat Wil! 2Inr -i &.' .Unspaper Reader - E::r-:quakes o1, e Occurence In tbe. 1 nit-d Stat". BEEcn IsLDii, S. C., Aug. 3, 166. Ion. P. Walsh, Augusta, a.:-Dear Sir: I feel such compunction at seeing the space of your vaiual k: journal k? CI p)ied with nIV random t:=1L of tle eti r day, that I beg, as eonauutation, to en close some paiagraphds on earthg:atkes t you. I have selected and very grev : y con densed them froim such ;nuntion as 1 find in my scientiic periedicals of the last few years. I have not tried to ai range them in my order, and you can seleet and omit any- as you may think proper. Ordinarily, I suppose, no one would read them, but just now pernais these scientific obs'rv:Lti'.ns may be of interest. The importance of eathquakes consist not in the property they destroy or the persons they kiil, but in the im pressions they produce on the mient...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 15 September 1886

WEDNESDAY, SEP. 15, 1886. B. S DINKINS, Editor. Our Standard Bearers. Governor, J. P. Rzcza~usos, of Claremion. Lieutenant Gocernor, W. L. MAiLDIN, of' Greenville. &vretary of b~ae, W. ZI Lrr.:ER, of Kershaw. Comptroller General, NV. a STOmY, of Berkeley. Attorney General, 4. E s., of Sumter. State Treasurer, L 5. & a mO, of Barnwell. Adutant-end Inpector General, M L. BoxA, of Abbeville. Sperintendent (f Education, J. E. RIcE, of Abbeville. To Be Congratulated. One of the most common features of elections, where the populace at large is appealed to by a numberless list of office seekers, is the prominent part played by the evil tongue of the slanderer. His devilish work is felt here, there, everywhere, and most of ten by the inn6cent man with the stainless reputation. It is not - un frequently the case that the party coming out of the contest with the victorious palm, owes his success to some dark, slanderous scheme, which, if exposed to the light, would relegate the perpet...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 15 September 1886

THE LMANNIN TIMES WEDNESDAY, SEP. 15, 1886. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: One Year, in Advance $1.50. or $2.00 a che Eypiration of Six Months. Advertisements.-Per Squatre, first in strtion, $1.00. Each subsequent insertion. 50c. &- Contract Advertising at reduce' rates. Advertising in Local Column. 1oc. PeV line. Mr. Malcolm Jones, of Macon, Ga., is visiting the family of Mr. John A, Burgess. Mrs. Levi and Miss Sallie have re turned from the mountains. The lat ter left Monday to attend school at the Sumter Convent. Miss Lucy Barron left home this week to commenee school at the Sum ter Institute. The friends of Miss Lula Lucas in Manning are regretting that her vis it here was terminated last Friday. Misses Sallie and Mary Burgess, who have been visiting in 3ayesville for several weeks, returned home Sat urday. The election is the engrossing top ic now, and will be 'till the returns are in. Mr. Sinclair, the Photographer, is expected to leave the first of next week. Post master Bowman i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 15 September 1886

EARTHQUAKE lUMBLINGS. ConiMence Returning-Charity from a!! Parts of the World. Business. has been reopened .diong the wharves of Charleston. Cotton factors and ship-brokers are ready for business and full of confidence in the future, and declare their purpose to make Charles ton a bigger place than ever. In t market and on the streets the old familiar sounds of "sibby bean," "okr'n tomottis," "raw shrimp," etc., are heard again. The U. S. Engineers in Charleston have begun their survey. T he postoffice is seriously daniaged. The Custom House portico is injured. The -iuh house on Meeting Street will be pulled down. The rear of the Westeru Cnion Telegraph building is dangerous. The Cotton Factory will have its walls pulled in by rods, and its chimney puiled down and rebuilt. The general impression of the board is that a large proportion of the vacant houses are safe, and they reconmnend to their owners to return to them. Prof. McGee, before leaving Charles ton, wrote a letter saying t...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 22 September 1886

VOL. II. MANNING, CLARENDON COUNTY, S. C., WED)NESDAY, SEPTEM8LiR 22 1886. NO.41 \lLAT iS i ll: S'.A-.LilI . I,. A INEIt 13Y OF INTE 'ET T; !.i )aE T. OF NA .1 lAL I W.o.. A Selentine '.t-nwn- 1o '.01 --' Pon't Koow Abotit (Fiom tha %ke u - Twice within a few days parties of ob servers whose trustworthiness is beyond question, and in one case includig a gentleman of such epiable and cev tive mind as a Boston sehoolias- %ay be presumed to phssess, have re prte the appearance near Cape Ann of what in deference to an established phra. they are pleased to call e the se sr pent." The account they give is sub stantially the same as annuaily fi.1 its way to public notice, and is likely to 1b received in the same spirit of scel.tical levity which these narri lives have al ways encountered. An attitude of I:nl: unbelief toward all sto'res that smil ck o the sa't water seeis t be an inrraiUca ble peculiarity of tle humn .hid. A "fish story" is a synonym iora f1.kehood the world over; and i1ee...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 22 September 1886

THE MANNING TIMES WEDNESDAY, SEP. 22,1886. B. S. DINKINS, Editor. Our Standard Bearers. J. P. Rics.uzrnsox, of Clarendon. Liw'ewut Go'ernwr, W. L. M.wXLDIm. of Greenville. &Cretary f t1ate, W. Z. LErrNz, of Eershaw. Comptroller General, W. E. SToEY, of Berkeley. Attorney General, J. H. EAst., of Sumter. State Treasurer, I S. BAmBERG, of Barnwell. Adjafant and Inspector General, M. L. BoSHA-, of Abbeville. Superintendent of Education, J. H. RicE, of Abbeville. The Democratic Congressiona Convention of the Seventh Distric met yesterday at Summerville an< nominated Col. Wm. H. Elliott, o Beaufort, for Congress. The Election. The second Primary for Clarendoi has just come to an end, and as mus necessarily come to pass, some ar elected, jubilent and proud, other are left to chew the cud of "bitte Jancy," mourn over cruel destiny, an< fall again into the old ruts of life, so ber and sadder men, than when the; cast anchors into the stormy and un certain waters of political life. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 22 September 1886

THEMANRI' TIVMES.1 WEDNESDAY, SEP. 22, 1386 IER3IS OF SiBS(ttIPTION: One Year, in Advance S1.50. 01 $2.00 at the Eypiration of Six M1n:hs. Advertismants...1-r Sqiare, first inU sertion. $1.0L0. Each sbeun neto.-' Advertising in Local Cl.Anu. 1"C- per line. The attention of teachers is direet ed to the School (A)llssioner's no tice of the time for holding public ex aminations. Mr. J. S. Plowden has filled up his space with a catalogue of prices, de fying competition. Sinclair, the Photographer, will not leave this week as epected. * The next dime reading is appointed at the residence of J. S. Wilson, Esq., on Wednesday, the 29th inst. No re freshments will be sold. Prof. W. B. Bonhani was so much ;t improved last week as to accompany I his father home. He hopes to be able to return in a short ti" c and com mence his duties at the Manning Acad- t emy. t The advertisement of Louis Loyns appears to-day. The attractions in Mr. Lovns' handsome store are truly the public "Town Talk." Seven...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 22 September 1886

The Earthquake. iello,. old Earthquake: 1owd'y Shake. Just put it there! What will you taike Beer? Noy Aha. it would appear You tried to give us all a bier: Well. then E. Q., perhIps you'd 11.e A whiky raw, wiho u inie ni e That's mighty good for shakes,,th - ay, And you are somewhaut on that hIy: Say, Great Convulsion. l .nar bri, at, Why did you give us ucli a frigh 'Fess up. old Quaker: ditt thk Thee'd shake us that way fo' r a uru Or did'st thee think taee'd ha-ve some ftuu By making all the wonen run Out of their houses, to the , Dressed in a tabiecleti or she?t. When every thhnking pern knows Row much all womeu lIve teair elothe: Your colducts shocking' Further now We cau't explaini, Convulser,% how You caine with such unleky stars To lend yourself to family jars. Such things may do i, " rei n climes. In ancient or in moernt imevs. But here, where ia'trimony rates The best of all United States. If you suppose such things will do You'd better shake us p. d. u. Skip out! Vaimose...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 29 September 1886

-AlN MANNING, iIAEjj'I)-%' NO. 42. .C. VDESA.S" VOL. 11.CLRN)N()NT .(jqWINSDY EPTM R2)18. TILE IAlT1EL71UIF i H.i ii tli'S. HOW BOB AND ALF I'ALOI CA VA S - iN G TE . N N t-' "F. Triumphal 1'rv;:rr of Fraternai Can t!nt - Peculiar Fe:ures of the No'.! ::. cusbing i'ohtties .Arm iL. Arm and d ht, in Dueta-.-Their Persona-' Trait% m M tppx-ar aMe. (SpciaL to *he Nw Trk WZ . NASHVILLE, Tenn., September 23. The remarkable gubernatorial canvass in Tennessee has made the particLPints in it the most prominent men in the State at the present time. lobert and Alfred 4 Taylor are the two oldest sons of thim Rev. N. G. Taylor, an old and well known minister of the Northern Metho dist church, who has lived tie greateriz part of his life in the extreme north western counties of the State. and bee-n actively engaged in farming and preth< ing. He is a pronounced prohibitionist, but only stepped into politics c" e, when, he was elected to Congress from the first i district, and succeeded by Rode...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 29 September 1886

THE MANING TIlES WEDNESDAY, SEP. 29, 1880. S. S. DWKINS, Eciitor. Our Standard Bearers. Gocernor, J. . ReHAnDSON, of Clarendon. Lieu femrn! Goernor, W. L. MAULDim, of Greenville. W. Z. LErTNEu, of Kershaw. Comptrollar General, W. E STONLY, of Berkeley. Attorney Gererai, J. H. EARLE, of Sumter. State Treasurer. I. S. BAmEBri, of Barnwell. Afjutant and InIgector Gene2mra, M. L. BoxHxAI, of Abbeville. Superintendent of Education, J. H. RICE, Of Abbeville. Congre.z,for Third I)i4rict, GEo. W. DARGAN, of Dariiugton. COUNTY OITICERs. &nate, JosEPH F. RIIAME. House of Renresentalices, JAEs E. TxD.U, R R. PLowmEs, JR. Auditor, D. J. BrADH.. Treasurer, H. H. HVGoons. &hool Commissioner, P. G. Br~Now. Probate Judge, L. APT. County Commissioners. A. MooIuE BrtIusroRD, E C. HORToN, T. J. CoLE. A Long Needed Want Sup plied. The commercial interests of Man ing have saffered for a long time se nous injury for the want of more am e opportunities for disposing of the large cotton crop of the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 29 September 1886

TH E XMA N NN T I XES$. WEDNESDAY, SEP. 29, 188. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: One Year, in Advance $1.50. or $2.00 at che Expiration of Six 'Months. Advertisements.-Per Square. first in sertion, $1.00. Each subsequent insertion. 50e. , Contract Advertising at reduced rate& Advertising in Local Colnmi, 1c. lie, Eine. The official advertisements are iu portant this week. The Treasurer's notice deserves at tention. Several valuable tracts of land will be sold next Monday. Mr. Loyns' "Town Talk" has excit ed our mercantile friends to fever heat. Friday, white applicants to teach in the free school will be examined Saturday is appointed for the colored. The Central Hotel vard is much improved in appearance by a neat, substantial fence. Rev. L. D. Bass left last Monday for his home in Greenville, Ala., where he has been called to preach. Remember the dime reading at the residence of J. S. Wilson, Esq., this evenng. Miss Sue Galluchat came home Friday, from a trip to relatives. Mr. Sinclair,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 29 September 1886

HE SAW THE SEA SERPENT. Mr. Stoc!xwetl of Crnmuell, Conn., Says That I le and S4;. 0:!erw %an. ft. CROMWELL, Conn., zzCpl(iember 2.-My attention has been called to a copy of your i paper of the 16th inst.. conialaing an artb-l purporting to giveau accotnut of my re('m t encounter with the-or :sse sere n the Connecticut ri-:er (pposite thi a Your reporter is rather inclned :> ak I light of the whole un'ir, ad savs th p1U."c Opimjoni 1 S is dividat, as :thai- 1 ance of the monster. Ile euietes Profes-r i Willini Brewer of 31idiictl.VU i i particular. ProfeVsr Urewer. while i mn of great jud:=u:ent _and erudti:on. a::d S an ardent studcnt of Camr: :djtory, eau C hardly ihe considered compevteit autwrye in this case. for he wa.s not wiin miles of tht place whezre th! serpen - peared. nor has he, to my knowledge, t talked with those who s::w it. At events. he has not talked with me aor w%\ith Mr. Silas Sat. who was in the boa with me. Neither did your reporter cc either of us. The the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 6 October 1886

VOL. II. MANNING, CLARENDON COUNTY, S. C., WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 6. 1886. NO.43. THE FAMOUS DEATH VALLEY. THREE ADVENTUROUS MEN FIND THE LONG LOSr IlMNES. Their WagonA Shriveled ani Their Water Bar rels Burnt-Almost Pert-hing Before the Mountalns Were Reached. Los ANGELS, Cal., September 2. There are now in this city three men who have recently crossed and recrossed the famous Death Valley of Southern Cali fornia, and who have succeeded in solv ing a mine of mystery which has baffled the most daring and skillfal prospectors for many years. The Gunsight placers were located in '49, but afterward lost, and though repeated attenpts have becn made to find them, most of the men en gaged in the effort have perished. About six weeks ago when A. F. Jud son, A. D. Spring and Barney Carter an noanced that they were going after the Gunsight trail, their friends tried to disuade them. and chance acquaintances laughingly bade them good-by forever. No one ever expected to see them agane and when the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 6 October 1886

THE MANNING TIMS. WEDIESDAY, OCT. 6, 1886. B. S. DINKINS, Editor. Our StantO rd Bearers. t Governor, J. P. RICH.RDsoN, of Clarendon. Lieutenant Governor, W. L M.nIs, of Greenville. Secreary <of S'ae, W. Z. LE=-rE, of Kershaw. Conp/roller General, W. I. S-rosr, of Berkeley. Attorney General, 4. H. EaRs, of Sumter. State Treas-trer, I. S. B.mno, of Barnwell. c Adjutant and Inspector General, t M. L. BoSH.ui, of Abbeville. t Superintendent of Education, J. H. RIcE, of Abbeville. Congres,for Third Di4rict, GEo. W. D."G.1s, of Darlington. r COUNTY OFFICERs. &nate, JoSEPH F. RHAmE. t House of Representatives, JAmES E. Tn,-DAL, SR. PLOWDEN, JR. Auditor, D. J. BInUmuI. Trea.murer, H. H. HGGINs. t Schoo Cornnisioner, P. G. BFNBow. Probate Judge, L. APPELT. County Commnissioner. I A. MoULTE BRmSFoD, F. C. Hoaros, T. J. COL A Duel in Words. Tho columns of the .MNes and Cou- f rier have for some time past been the ] battleground of a desperate, blood- I less, encounter between Capt. B. R...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 6 October 1886

THM LMANNIG TflMES WEDNESDAY, OT. 6, 1836. TERiS OF SUBSCRIPTION: One Yee.r, -in Advance $1.50, or $2.09 a the Expiration of Six Months. Advertisements.-Per Square. first i sertion, sl.O. Each subseonent insertion. 5k. pm Contract Advertising -it reducei rates. Advertising in Local Celnmin, 10c. 17 line. Court convenes in Sumter nex week. The Citadel Academy opened las Monday with one hundred students. Everybody says Mr. J. S. Flowden' is the place to buy cheap goods. Miss Hattie Villenouve spent sev eral days in town last week with th< Misses Benbow. R. 0. Purdy, Esq., has been in towT for several days on professional bus. mess. Mr. Ashby Weeks left Monday t( attend school at the Holy Communio Church Institute of Charleston. Mr. Collins C. Manning, son of Gov J. L. Manning, was in to vn last Fri day. Mrs. Adger Smytbe and Miss Saral, Smytbe, of Charleston, are visiting the family of Maj. R. RL Briggs, o. Summertor. This is the season for oat plantinz; it should not be neglected....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 6 October 1886

8SMAURCK PROPOSES TO CRIPPLE ENG LAND IN THE EAST, Ft And Prev-nt a drench War of Revenge on Ger many-The Ejection of the British from Eylpt a Part of the Plan-Parnell's Friend* Aroused by Irish Evietions. Special Cable Disrata t the ,. Y. Star. PC LONDON. September Mr Parnell's k letter to Mr. Fitzgerald. President of the ' league in America, is hotly assailed by some of the leading government arznns. The main Tory argument is that cvietions 01 are not general and are diminishing. Th Parnellites are charged with trumping up ( imaginary cases of eviction and represent- 1b Ing a state of affairs that has no foundation in fact. The landlords. on the other Na.. are heid up to public admiration as lenient and forbearing under circumstances of ex treme provocation. They are described e, as reduced to the verge of ruin by the re- to fusal of their tenants to pay the rents justly i due. Finally. the statement that evictions- th instead of being general. are rapidly dimin- I ishing, is capp...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 13 October 1886

VOL. 1H. MANNIN(G, CLARENI)N COUNTY S. C. WEDNESDAY. OCTOBR 1886.NO.4 T1AI111T*II r T 1. ON I SOME SEASONABL. G;.wcox-N no". What Work the Good Farmers Shoind Do i: the Month or oec*her--An ntratin: Arti c'e From an inte!-::: her (W L. Jones in the 0:toer "Cuti- or.") The gathering and housing of summer crops will for the present occupy most of the farmers' time. The rewards of skill and labor are now his. He not only has the pleasure of seeing his barns aid store-houses well filled, but also the ex-! quisite enjoyment of plans cc-nsum- I mated, of undertakings wei executed. His estimate of his own ability is possi bly enhanced by the success of his ventures, and he may reasonably and properly indulge his pride a little. For six months or more he has been engaged in an arduous campaign-one calling for unceasing attention, unflagging energy and discriminating judgment at every turn-one in which difliculzies were con stantly to be met and overcome-many a Scylla on the one side and a C...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 13 October 1886

HEMANNIG TMEs3' WEDNESDAY, OCT. 13, 1886. B. S. DINKINS, Editor. Our Standard Bearers. Governor, k. P. IRcmAusoIs, of Clarendon. Lieutenant Gorernor, N L Ktn;, of Greenville. Secretary of State, \W. Z. LEmER, of Kershaw. Compiroller General, W. E. STosr, of Berkeley. Attorney General, &H. E.&au, of Sumter. &ate Treasurer, 1. S BAmEno, of Barnweli Ajutanl and Ihpector General, M. L. Boi-ss, of Abbeville. Superinenet of Education, J. H. RIcE, of Abbeville. Congress,fur Third District, Go. W. DRG.&, of Darlington. MUNTY OFICERS. &nate, JoSnm F. RmIE. House of Representatives, JAEs E. TrIAL, E. R PLoWDE, JR. Auditor, ,D. J. BRADAM. Treasurer, it. A. HUoGrss. School Comnmissioner, P. G. BFNBOw. Probate Judge, L. APPELT. County Comm i&sioners. .A. MouLTRm BiuzSOrD, E. C. HoRTON, T. J. COLE. The Mass Meeting of the Demo 'cragio party for the 6th Congressional Distret will meet in Florence on Thursday, the 14th inst. The nomi nees for the different State offices and ...

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