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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 13 October 1886

THE MANNING TIMES. WEDNESDAY, OCT. 13 1886 TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: One Year, in Advance $1.50, or $2.00 at %he Expiration of Six Months. Advertisemrents.-Per Square, first in sertion, $1.00. Each subsequent insertion. 50c. $ Contract Advertising at reduced rates. Advertising in Local Column, 10c. per line. The cotton receipts for last week, were unusually large. Mrs. W. J. Beard, of Sumter, is vis iting friends in town. Mr. S. Rush Cole, of Summerton, was in our sanctum Saturday. Good rice, 80c. a peck at J. S. Plow den's. Mr. Jas. H. Harvin, of Packsville, spent last Sunday in our town. Jos. F. Rhame, Esq., was in Sum-' ter yesterday, attending Court. An unusual influx of visitors were in town during the session of Presby tery. Messrs. Mitchell Levi, David Levi,1 and Preston Thames, spent last Sat urday with us. The handsome brick store being erected by Jos. Galluchat, Esq., is nearing completion. The pulpits of all our churches were ably filled on last Sunday by our vis iting Presb...

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. — 13 October 1886

THE VALUE OF TRtt WV.. How% It i< -,hon% u on a F.-rm in - -?ont'e thing: for Eery Farmer to H i. In rey t lentionl Is ins aLd ofu ::. INi - farm of .r. Oru rc. Georia. it i ani - . terrzacing,- t.-f 1.n n ::nn rn w : generally p'etied h::.in d there. A fon old hillside dite ~:mai nalvl and which "I c Up anldovroinwtv-d :s r, had c ht tie :'U''"'a ..:ind saved thie sol. narrow bed or dan: u do the Uta. construct -0me of th .: that the e t te :r : three feet. L:h" mde,.y ncn distances aart th''t' th"! r level between two ucce n l be just that Cz : m x verience hs h ve.rv be t di~ta:e. ,,* Om*, . quently purcha h r 'A perceived t. va~n 111t uk asevry a terraced :l id brought inito t ivt 1:. T 1,'rSu.1Lt simply ma (itch on th p'. nent rl t . g the agency of terra Cin,uf Stee, blides which were focrmr.id .hv gullies, have ehamg i : . terraces, suseei i ' hL 111 cu: ira tion. Where the lines ev had been correctlv run. the reIu' wvre cet in a few instances. :ncrret ruunning- had caused...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 20 October 1886

VoAL. 11". 11ANNING, CLARENDON CONY .C., WED)NESDAY, (X)~L12~ S( O 5 }{ I P. v~ MIARES TI I'pi1. REPLYUN C To THE Eu- 0i O The Premident of the:'-u, im- ( Irlwr In Refutation (of the chiarge' cC SIlwrnrman. and FactN a, to the Late War ii'ettit' Z% at' The Baltimore Sun prints a letter, five columns in length, from ex-President Jefferson Davis in relation to the long standing controversy between himself and General W. T. Sherman. The let ter is dated Beauvoir, Miss., September 23, 1886, and begins as follows: "At various times, ad from many of my friends, I have been asked to furnish a reply to Gen. W. T. Sherman's so called report to the War Department, which the United States Senate ordered printed as Executive Document No. 36, Forty-eiglth Congress, second session. I have been compelled by many causis to postpone a reply to tiese invitations, and have in some instances declined, for the time being, to undertake the labor. A continuing sense of the great injustice done me and the ...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 20 October 1886

THE MANNG TIMES. WEDNESDAY, OCT. 20, 1886. B. S. DINKINS, Editor. Our Standard Bearers. Gocernor, J.'P. CauunsoN, of Clarendon. Lieutenant Governor, W. L. M.runs, of Greenville. &cretary of State, W. Z. LnmER, of Kershaw. Comntroller General, W. -R SToNEr, of Berkeley. Attorney General, J. IL Exuu, of Sumter. Stae Treasurer, I. S. BMaME, of Barnwell. Adjutant and Inxpector General, 3f. L. BoNxmur, of Abbeville. Superintendent of Education, j. H. RICE, of Abbeville. Congress*,for Third District, Go. W. DARGAN, of Darlington. ODfNTT OmCEPS. &nate, JOSEPH F. Ra.E. House of Rsentaties, JADES R TIND.., F. R PLOWDEn, JR. Auditor, D. J. Biunau Treasurer, H. H. HrGGIs. &hool Commissioner, P. G. Brnmow. Probate Judge, L. APPELT. County Commissioners. A. MoUI. BRABiFoLRD, E C. Hoarox T. J. CoLE. Well, the people have at last "dun ned" Cleveland into giving $20.00 to the Charleston sufferers. The State Canvassers are nobly do ingtheir duty. They have so far spoken in Spartanburg, C...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 20 October 1886

THE MAYi-NT1ia TE WEDNESDAY, ANT. 20, I36 IEs1 OF E ~V0 One Year, in Advance s. t . or S:2.00 at the Erpiratio-n of Six M'onths. Advertisements.-Per Square, irst in sertion, $1.00. Each subsequent insertion. 50t. pC, Contract Advertising at reduced rates. Advertising in Local Column, 10c. per line. Seed Oats for Sale. For sale by Messrs. Legg and Bell, 500 bushels Red Rust Proof Oats. Mr. R. S. Connor is making an ad dition to his dwelling. Several AM anningites went up on! last Friday to attend the circus in Sumter. Don't wait until evening to have your shaving done, for I will be busy. Rc'dic. Real estate in Manning is rising. Clouds of it may be seen going up ward every day. A NASAL INJECTOR free with each bot tle of Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy. nric Several of the Manning Bar have been in attendance on the Sumter Court this week. Dr. W. E. Brown and Mr. Louis oyns hav just returned from a trip to the "City by the Sea." Our thanks are due to Senator ampton for a copy of the report of...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 20 October 1886

AWFUL DICASTER IN TEXAS. A Town Wrecked by a Storm-Whule Familes Drowned-Business Houes and Residences Capazed and Oc-upant% Dronnied. G.Lt::-r( . (icber .1-1.-The lown (f Sabine Pass. at the moeuth of an river. the dividing line between Louiia a- nd - Texas,is reported to ie t:._y w d awa by the territie storm ol' Tuesdy V"i-' Over 50 lives are renorted to bi u of a total popukatioil of ~00.A tA L graphic commniUucation n th he i)%% 1 cut off. Sahine Pass is . me up the coast romi G Uhvton and -2 "ls a oth1 we-st of iBeVu1o1t. the rom Uet'f T\ ferson county. Another ivptu . :i :bat : durin to dow a hotel cntaning 15 r -rson, was swept Out into the aiV :md i e' cupants were drowncd. DETAlILS OFTu.U i. BEAMOrNT, Texas. October 14-l.:' A. 3I.-Our town was in a state o 'it'ece ex eitement to-night at new- 'Ust receiVti from Sabine Pass. We Ih . elraphic communication wi: Sabine Piss. as the wires are all down, but u cngine arrivea here to-night over the East Texas 1olroa, that left the...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 27 October 1886

VoL. ii. MANNIN( ( ENDON 'OLNTY. S. C., WEDNESDAY, OCTl(ER 27 1886. NO.46. TALK IN A (F T a: W .' DATES TW11 1 E %H-, IE'%CL The Imperiance o. .44 N% 'r or!, timuent for cie%-ia,.:d - The . Weetern .Mar. WXAsm1NOrN, October 20.-ihmiu of the President and memabers of tlh Cabinet from their sumamer vacatie::s a been followed by a liOely gathedng ol Senators, Representatives, li:can$, candidates in search of patronage and pirants in searc ofone. The ci; service statutes have relieved t1e prcs sure for the 1CeS within th- r:!e o the elassiied ser-ice. The nk aind ille of the old-time oilice-seeer in sxereh o clerkships, therefore, are no longer the plague of official life. The returning officials and politicians are making quite a stir in political circles. They all have much to say concerning the plans and prospects of paities, having taken ad vantage of their recent opportunities to meet the leaders and mingling with the people. The Republicans appear to be most active in speculating ...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 27 October 1886

WEDNESDAY, 0CT, 2 1336, . . S. DPNKINS, Editor. Our Standard Bearers. Gocernr, J. P. ItcnARosos, of Clarendon. Lieutenant Goverzvr, W. L M&urns, of Greenville. Secretary of State, . LErNYER, Of Kershaw. Corptrr.ier General, R. E SOm , of Berkeley. Atoney Genera?, 3. H. ERuu., of Sumter. State Treasurer, L S B.uimEro, of Barnwell. Adjutant and Inpiector General, 3. L. LBo.t, of Abbeville. Superintendent of Education, .. RicE, of Abbeville. Congres,for Third Di.<tricf, Guo. W. DARGx, of Darlington. coOurr OFmCERS. Senate, JeSEPH F. RHAIE. House of Representatirex.z, JIums . Trs,--,D R RL PILowDN, JR. Auditor, D. J. BrkDu.V. Trea.<urer, H. H. HrooIs. &-hool Comnissioler, P. G. BFNow. Probate Judge, L. APmT. County Commissionere. A. MOtI.TRIE BRAILs~oRD, R C. HoRos, T. J. COLE. With this issue of the TIMES we lay down our editorial quill once more to zesume the life of a conscientious, God-fearing man. We would rather be the editor of thsper, backed by the good solid fOran...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 27 October 1886

WEDNESDAY, 1CT. 38 i06. TERMS OF SUBN'IUPTION: One Year, in Advance 1 or :2.00 t che Erpiration (f Six Mlaths. Advertisements.--Per Squaro, frst in sertion, $1.00. Each snusequent insertion. 50c. pe- Contract Advertising at reduced rates. Advertising in Local Coluimn, 19e. per line. Several communieatiols were crowded out of this issue. The presentment of the Grand Ju ry was made too late for publication this week. CROUP, W HOOPING C)UGH and1 Bron chitis immediately relieved by Shiloh's Cure. The Grand Jury spent last Friday and Saturday in town, inspecting the books of the county officers, as pre scribed by law. Messrs. Earle and Purdy, Gen, E. W. Moise, and P. G. ilowman, of the Sumter Bar, are in attendance on the Court. Mess.is. W. F. B. Hay nsworth and Marion Moise are expected to day. We were glad to see in our midst, last week, the handsome countenance of our cotemporary of the Florence Time-s, NU-. C. H. Prince. He was in visiting bis former class-mate, Mr. Nettles, at whose...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 27 October 1886

A NEW IDEA. What is One ot the Greatest Curses of This Intellectual Age. From Hearth and UIme. One of the greatest curses of this intellectual age is the great lack c' p.oper education of our girls in the practical affairs of every-day life. They all want to be "schoolmarms'. gov ernesses or the wives of rich men. Household work. which shoul form the basic principle of our econolic life, is shunned by them as somIething degrading. A young wonitii will stand behind a dry goods counter tour teen hours a day for a mere pittance-not enough to clothe her-lose her health, become aremic aud unfitted for the performanee of her natural duties, rather than accept a position a! a domestic. where she would have a comfortable horie, good health and become properly fitted for the duties of a wife and mother. The ranks of the unfortunate are filled with shop girls, who, having no place to spend their evenings, seek the parks and beer gardens, where young men, as it were, lie in wait for them as th...

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. — 3 November 1886

I~~ 7;J.Lv I R, The mcs sage of verr i was read in the Ge:end y o Wednesdar the 2h ut. l given a synopsis of its eo : Tel actd is nlow - I tunded at tifty eca th tile for fn l e Act. of the teiot October, low. In. T. xL\.2 After reviewing te tax L.v- . - end, Governokr shepparnd ptl l i following defects: First. "All propecrty subj,,ect tLota tion" is not aSsessed. Second. "A uniform .nl e rate of assessDment and taxa s no'i 1Md. Third. T." pa-ment the x ein not be cnforced. After briely) idering th- owo irst topics. Governor Shepp \ard s 1 new pass to tiheW consdr, of the; third defect in the preent ;i la.w-to wit, the method of en:oreemei. Very few, if any. tax title iin this 'state have survived the test of jud.ed inves.ti gation. In this partical a t itles are not pecuLt.r to South Caroli . Blak well, in his admiraoble :Io on tle says "that ont of at leat one to.usand causes of this descript'(in eh have! found their way intO te pe .e Courts of the countrv. not twentv of t hem Ia...

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. — 3 November 1886

THE MANNIiG TES. WEDNESDAY, DEC. I, 1886. B. S. DINKINS, Editor. OUR UOVERNOR. The solemn ceremony attendant on the inauguration of the Chief Magistrate of the State was observed yesterday. To-day the Hon. John Peter Richardson is the Govern or of South Carolina. Clarendon boasts the honor of being the birthplace of the present Governor, and rejoices that the eminent dis tinction has fallen to the lot of her most be loved son. Gov. Richar Ison is a fit suc cessor to the distinguished Shc-ppard. MESSAGE OF TIlE 6OVERNOR. On our outside appears a brief summary of Governor Sheppard's message to the Gen eral Assembly with his remarks. for the most part, in full on the assessment of prop erty-collection of taxes, and the Judiciary system of the State. The message in its en tirety is a masterly and comprehensive re view of the condition of affairs in South Carolina at this time. It is replete with practical suggestions for the improvement of the inefficient, as well as expensive parts of ...

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. — 3 November 1886

THE MANNING TIMES. WEDNESDAY, DEC. 1, 1886. TERMIS OF SUBSCRIPTION: One Year, in Advance $1.50. or $2.00 at the Empiration of Six Months. Advertisements.-Per Square. first in sertion, $1.00. Each subsequent insertion. 50c. _9-' Contract Advertising at reduced rates. Advertising in Local Clunmn, 10c. per line. The severest frost of the season fell on last 'riday night. Several communications are necessarily crowded out this week. Monday is salesday. Several valuable tracts of land are to be sold. Cold weather has come at last, but the load of wood we paid for some time since has not. The autumn leaves are dropping, and soon our beautiful shade trees will be en tirely bare. Rev. James McDowell, and the Rev. W. H. Workman, pastor of the Brewington Church, will exchange pulpits next Sunday. Our town presented quite a lively air on last Saturday. A goodly number from the country were in, and business seemed flourishing. "HACKMETACK," a lasting and fragrant perfume. Price 25 and 50 cents....

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. — 3 November 1886

TIlE STORY OF A "FREAK." Til "SNAKE-FINGERED MAN" IN -ECOND) (G EN ATION. C11trioits; ilesial I~ :61 ribl 1901 'oto Ma:ke' Del'<.-mi tya soirt e o* 1:eve. e--A Caw. illtu'tratiua 1!:te Pre-N;ttaltl li e:: tlorri-bole Itiea ::t:d I hu. 1Zesi. ( *d 1 th s. L.au: Glo'-l., t ) I'HILADELPHIA. Novemnber 1G.-The medical profession of this city are inter ested in a remarkable case which is now engaging the attention of three of the most encnt lrofessorsin the Universi ty of Pennsylvania. There is probably no parallel recorded in the books, and the long discussed question of pre-natal influence has received a corroboration that cannot but fail to convince its most skeptical opponents. The case is inter esting, not only to medical men, but to the public generally, inasmuch as it re lates a strang" story of how greed for wealth and fame caused two persons to imperil two lives. Antoine Bellini, a Genoese, known in the show business as Tony Ballentine, was married fifteen years ago to Maria G...

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. — 10 November 1886

V(OL. 11. ANNLIN(A, Ttirned to a -ure- Hond to& o * of' It% Bigii;:i EiTca. W~AImx o-', Nove e N%. - time of John Adams until the amut' tration of Andrew Jackson, the CabinA was the stepping-stone to the i, - cy. Jefferson, Madison, MotrO and John Quincy Adaims had be ci e ries of Stalte. Van lUren, thr' h, had the portfolio of the SW epvart m- a.uring Jacso~Is alre t:, ste &e from the Viie-l1resident, ei Senate chamber to the head of t:e table in the White House. With a shngle e - ception of Buchanan, no inim sice U Buren's time has been elected to tl: Presidency who had previously servcd in a Cabinet, though Geiiral Grant had been in charge of the War Department temporarily during Johnson's adininis tration. A number of very able men who had served as Cabinet oilieers were nominated for the Presidency. Clay. Crawford, Webster, Cass and Blaine were of this number, and vee ,l de feated. Indeed, for very many years it has seemed as much of a barrier in the: way to the White H...

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. — 10 November 1886

WERIESOAY, NOV. 3, 1886. B. S. DINKINS, Editor. Our Standard Bearers. Governor, L P. BcmnsoN, of Clarendon. Lieutenant Governor, W. L M[Amn, of Greenvile. Secretary Of Stae, V. z L=rrs, of Kershaw. . Comptroler General, W. E S-rosr, of Berkeley. Attorney Genera4 L E Mm., of Sumter. State T2surer, I. S. BannA, .of Barnwel A4putant and Inspector General M. L. BoxnaA,.of Abbeville. Superintendent of Eduedtion, J. H. BrcE, of Abbeville. Congress,for Third Distric, GiO. W. DA3eL', of Darlington. coUMTr OFCEM. Senate, Josm F. RumnE House of Representai^ JAMES B.TxxnIMA X IL PwwDE, JR. Auditor, D. J. Baamna. Treawe, H. EL HuGGINS. Schaool Commissioner, P. G. Braow. Pobate Judge, L. APPELT. - County ommissoners. - A. MouLTmEBRuoLBD, . C. Ho=N, T. J. Co. We extend to Prof. W. B. Bonham our sincere thanm in acknowledge naet of his able management of the Toms during the past three weeks. His efficient and timely service we shal always remember, and the firsi opporItunity wil be hailed with ple...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 10 November 1886

WEDNESDAY, NOV. 10, 1886. TERlMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: One Year, in Advance 1.50, or $2.00 at die Expiration of Six Months. Advertisements.-Per Square, first iU sertion, $1.00. Each subsequent insertion. 50c. . Contract Advertising at reduced rates. Advertising in Local Czlannin, 10c. per line. The weather is decidedly cool. Over-coats are comfort:able. Christmas comes on the 25th of Decen ber this year.-Eiettprise. Our Sheriff spent several days in Charles bm lat week. Mr. J. B. Hammett, of Orangeburg, was in town yesterday. The Farmers' Convention conveaned in Columbia yesterday. A number of our citizens will leave to day to attend the State Fair. Several tracts of land are advertised by the Sheriff to be sold next salesday. A flush of advertisements has forced us to leave out a portion of our usual amount of reading matter. SLEEPLESS NI(GH*S,. made miserable by that terrible cough. Shiloh's Cure is the Nmedy for you. Jos. F. Rhame, Esq., was absent last week several days from town, at...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 10 November 1886

31BARIED TO THE SAME WIFE TWICE. A 9;ngular separation and Restoration A Life of Dissipation--Romunee in Real Life. 1lENDEISoN, KiY., Oct-, 21--The, death of Gabe Tate last week brings to mind the romantic career ot hi life. Tate was born and raised in this countv. Ilis thher was one of the prosp..io. planters of a7de-belhl? days. The large tract of land he owned was in Walnut bottom, in the most productive part of this section. Ue had a large number of slaves, atnd better still a lare bank account. Gabe had grown in al atmosphere of luxury until luxuries were counnon. lie had been accustomed to having li, own way and to have every want supplied. When his father died the estate was divided between him and his sister, Mrs. Dr. J. A. liarding, who had gone to the home of her husband in Jei'er son county, now a part of Louisville, Kv. There he met Miss Shotwell, the daughter of Col. A. L. Shotwell, a man who was rich in a dozen dif'erent ways. His steam interest was only second to his ...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 17 November 1886

:404 4f -4 VOL . 1,kIIF S ENS NON A1-1I Turned to a -our- Rton to nd n - Of Its Bi.:ii;:m. EiTeeC. WAsut1(;rox, "Novembler 0.-'xm oh time of John Adams unitheau;is tration of Andrew Jackson, the Cabinet was the stepping-stone tU the PIrIicen cy. Jefferson, Madison, M&too and John Quincy Adatms had been Sercre ries of State. Tau Daren, though he had the portfolio of the SNAI dCiart miL..u-Ving ~ JacsoJ's fira term. steppe~d from the Vice-President's clai: in the Senate clamber to the head of the table in the White House. With a single ex ceaption of Buchanan, no Mni sinee ni Buxen's time has been elected to the Presidency who had lpreviously served in a Cabinet, though Gueeral Grant had been in charge of the War Department tempomrily during Johnson's adminis tration. A number of very aLe men who had served as Cabinet o0jiCers were nominated for the Presidency. Clay, Crawford, Webster, Cass ad Blaine were of this number, and w e all de feated. Indeed, for very many years it has se...

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. — 17 November 1886

WEDNESDAY ROV. 10, 1886. B. S. DINKINS, Editor. The Seventh District was redeemed from Radical misrule by the defeat of Smalls, (colored) and the election of Gen. Elliott to Congress. This is an admirable com mentary on the wise administration of the. Democratic Party in this State. The col ered vote largely preponderates in this Dis-. trict, and Gen EUiott's election is due to i their desertion from the Republican ranks, and voting for the candidate of the Party in power. A dastardly assault was made upon Capt. J. M. Owens, of Indiantown, Williamsburg County, by a negro man on the 4th inst. The account in the News and Courier of the 5th says: -A young negro man named Sentry Brown attacked Capt. J. M. Owens with a fence-rail and strnck him two severe blows on the head making large gashes. Capt. Owens is over 70 years of age, and is a very quiet and estimable gentleman. His con dition is regarded as quite dangerous. La ter in the day a warrant for Brown's arrest was issued by Trial J...

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