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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 11 November 1885

X INGT~SU WEDNESDAY, NOV. 11, 1885. B. S. DINKINS, itur and Propietor. THIfiS PAPER m cwpa-r Aderuising Burean(10 spruce St.>, inado for 1t. In TERMS OF SUBSPRIPTION: One Year, in Advance $1.50. or $2.00 at the Expiration of Six Months. Advertisements.-Per Square, fias in sertion. $1.00. Each subsequent insertion S0c ;M Contract Advertising at reduced Advertising in Local Clmumn, 10c. per line. so- Our Terms for all Transient Adver tisements, are iaxriably in advance. Our columns are open at all times, for the pression of opinionson, ansugects of pub - interest. but we are not responsible for we views of our correspondents. Local Intelligence. Mrs. Margarette Harvia,: sister of Dr. Huggins and fngiam: of this place, of T as, is on a visit to her relatives in town. Rev, H. 3L Mood, of Beaufort, is visiting his daughter, Mrs. I. C. Ingram. We regret to learn that Miss Mimie Wise ps still quite sick. Mr. J. -l. Sauls, a young merchant of Cade's Depot, Williamsburg County., paid . us...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 11 November 1885

THE EDGEFIELD LYNCHING. THE ACCUSED MAKE THEIR APPLICA TION FOR UAIL. A Large Number of AfRdavits and a Great Quantity of Argument-J-idge Hudson's Decisl-,n. (Coraensed from the Xeics aud Courier.) COLNiA, November 4.-At 10. 0 o'clock this morning the hearing of the application for bail made by the thirty four men charged with the murder of 0. T. Cuibreath, in Edgefield county, on the 21st September, was begun by Judge ILudson. in the county court room. A number of lawyers were present as interested listeiers. The seats outsid% of the ba- were empty. Judge 8adso having consented to hear the application without compel ling the attendance of the prisoners, none of them were present. Senator Butler and Mr. E. McG. SimkinsVere present as counsel for the prsokW. Attorney-General Miles and Solic, tor Bonhmn appeared to represent the State, and were assisted by Messrs. Earnest Gary and N. G. Evans. Senator Butlerp -of counsel for the prisoners, readj* 1reliminary ?-apers in the case. The r...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 18 November 1885

VOL. I. MANNINGi CLARENDON COUNTY, S. C., WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1885. NO. 49. THE TUSCAROAS. The story of the Tuscaroras is a checkered one. They were adorted into the Iroquois in 1712. They came from North Carolina in 1708, where they had 15 towns and 1,500 warriors. Their existence there was the same as all other tribes, the same old story encroachments by the whites, who robbed them of their lands, and when resistance followed long and bloody border wars ensued. They burnt one Lawson, the surveyor general of North Carolina, who had marked some of their territory into lots for settlers. They captured the German Baron de Graffenried, but released him after five weeks on his promise that he would occupy none of their lands without their consent. In 1713 invaders of their territory captured 800 Tuscaroras in a fort on the Neuse river. These were killed and sold as slaves into South Carolina. The remnant migrated to New York as others had previously done. Previous to this Tuscaroras...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 18 November 1885

THE MANNIG TIMES. WEDNESDAY, NOV. 19, 1885. B. S WMKINS, Editor. TIGILANT COMMITTEE. The communication .published else 'here by Mr. Jno. C. Lanham, over his owi signature, having refetence to the vigilance question, came to us first through an article in last week's issue of the Tnms from the pen of of our es Seemed correspondent, "Summerton." We were not aware of the existence of such a condition of affars as is thus set forth necessitating the oramiza tion of a body of this khud. It is a deplorable state in which to be placed, where the feeble administration of the law would suggest the 'propriety of calling in such aid. Though the pur-, pose be a good one, and the designs of those who inaugerated the at tenpt be entirely for the enforcement of good order and general benefit to society, by eeping watch and ward ovev the evil workings of lawless men, yet would nt the experiment be at tended with zoore or less danger? In forming such a committee, men of the best character and standi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 18 November 1885

THE XMNNG TftES. WEDNESDAY, NOV. 18, 1885. REPSI ay be rtmd on tile at G1-.. P. THISRow.L & Co's Icwpapee.dvertqig Bureau('0 S'pruce St. where adorsl =ad ror I NEW TERMS OF SUnSllPrTION: One Year, in Advance Sl.: " 'r t.0' at the Expiration of Six Mons. Advertisement.-Pr jtuare, first in sertion. $1.00. Each subsequent insetini1. 5(0e. ag- Contract Advertising at reduced nates. Advertising in Local Culmuein, loc. mKr line. . Our Terms for all Transietit Adver tiseints, are invariably im advance. Our columns are open at all times, for the pression of opinionson all subjectsof pub lie interest, but we are not responsible for the views of our correspondents. Local Inteligeuce. On Sunday eveniag the 15th inst., at Behebem church in his County by Rev jAmes HcDewell, Mr. Pinckney Richbourg to Miss Janie Brunson, daughter of Mr. D. Oscar Brunson. On Tuesday the 17th at the residence of Mrs. E. M. Bradham in Manning, by Rev. W H. Mahouey, father of the bride, Mr. G. W. Broadway, to Miss...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 18 November 1885

TRE BRLIrGEE TRIAL. The Case Heard Before Judge Cothran and a Jury In Charleston-Synop3is of the Evidence--The Result. The trial of Dr. A. N. Bellinget for the killing of Stephney Riley on the 2nd October last, was had before Judge Cothran in Charlestcn last week, com meneing on Tuesday. Solicitor Jervey appearcd for the State, while the de fence was represented by Messrs. Mitchell & Smith and the Hon. A. G. Magrath. After several challenges a jury,.:omposed of twelve white met, was empaneled and sworn. The first witness for the State was Dr. Kinloch, who simply described the five wounds -two in the head and three in the body. IV. W. DeVeaux described the en counter-or so much of it as he saw. He stated that Riley was advancing on Dr. Bellinger with his head down and his right arm outstretched, and. that Dr. B. fired five times rapidly. Riley fell, and Dr. Bellinger walked off. James Wells, colored, stated the cir camstances of the encounter, and swore that after Dr. Bellinger t...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 25 November 1885

VOL. I. MANNING, CLARENDON COUNTY, S. C,. WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER2,185 O 0 An American Prophecy ou En gland's Future. The American (Philadelphia) writes -The annextion of Ireland by th< most pr.oiligate exercise of base influ ences. and tue conquest of India by th< sword, may have seemed the means t< consolidate and strengthen the coun try. :-They have proved the reverse For India's sake the English hav plunged into one unjust war in Egvp and another in the Soudan. For India' sake they have been trembling on th verge of a war with the great empir of the Slavs and Tartars. For ludia' they have been obliged to abdicat their just position in Europe, and t count as a cipher in the politics of th4 continent, where, 70 years ago, thej held the first place. And into hov many more perplexihies their Indiar possessions will carry them, it is im possible to foresee. In the case o Ireland the Nemesis for the past sins i: still more visiule. The Union intro duced into the Imperial Parliame...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 25 November 1885

WEDNESDAY NOV. 251 1885. B. S. DINKINS, Editor. C0UN1 FUNDS. The annual report of the County Commissioners amounting to $7,380.76 publishe& last week, i? the itemized debt of the County for the fial'year-1884. To meet this de mand a tax levy of three and' a- half (81-2) mills was allowed by the late GeneralAssembly. The-total taxable 2 property of the County- is estimated ab$1,500,000. Consequently from the -1--2'mill levy the greatest amount that can, be Tealized is $5,250, to whieb can be added about $500, col lbeted from fines, licensese tc. Hence when all the money is disbursedtlhere will be left a debt of over $1,630, that n on be pad by a spcitax levy Mis bas been-the case year afteryear, and its ruinous effect can now be felt. gur County Commissioners fnd tbg it is almost impossible to make contracts for work or supplies at any thing like the actual value or cost, for i the reason that persons who deal with the County have before them the as surance absolute, that they wi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 25 November 1885

PTaMANNING TIMES) WEDNESDAY, NOV. 25, 1885 may be found on THIS PAPE e at o. P. nOWEIL. a cO' Nelrpnper Advertising BureaU( 10 Sproce st.), .NWereYadvt i W ORK. contracs X..' , IERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: One Year, in Advance S1.50, or $2.00 at the Expiration of Six Months. Advertisements.--Per Square, first in-I sertion, $1.00. Each subsequent insertion. 50c. 90- Contract Advertising at reduced rates. Advertising in Local C lumn, 10c. per line. zg- Our Terms for all Transient Adver tisements, are invariably in advance. Our columns are open at all times, for the pression of opinions on all subjects of pub interest. but we are not responsible for * views of our correspondents. Local- Intelligence. P Died on the 22d the infant child of Mr. and Mrs. North Chewning. The County Commissioners will be in session on Friday the 27th. Mr. E. P. Broughton, of Fulton, sold a lot of fine Santee hogs in town last week. Remember the festival at Dudleys Friday night. Mr. W. D. Bogan, of Sumter, spent Th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 25 November 1885

AGRICULTURAL DEPARTMENT. SEASONABLE SUGGESTIONS. iow the Farmer May Profitably Use the Present Time of the Year. It is hardly necessary to urge the prompt gathering and housing of all manured crops still remaining in the field. The day wvill get bhorter and shorter, and the weather increasingly told and unpleasant; corn will waste and cotton will drop on the ground and become stained and trashy. Every tonsideration prompts to energy and diligence. A month hence the days will be an hour shorter, and one-tenth less work can be gotten out ofa laborer thau at present. LAdred, with our present labor, it is becoming unprofita ble to employ any more of it than one car help dnringthe winter months. The negro is so averse to wet and cold during that periud it i- hard to get work out of him. But for tiis, there is much about a farm which could be done, and most conveniently too during the winter. Almost every thing in the way of bettermeints can be attended to with more advantage then than du...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 2 December 1885

VOL. I. MANNNG, CLARENDON COUNTY, S. C., WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1885. NO.51. THE GENERAL A&RSEMBLY. Both Branches of our Legislative Depart ment Get Promptly to Work-Some Meas ures to be considered. (Condense from the Neews and Courier.) Pursuant to law, the General Assem bly of South Carolina met in Colum bia en Tuesday the 24th uit. The Senate was called to order by Lieuten ant-Governor Sheppard and the House by Speaker S.Aons. The annual message of the Governor was received, read, and referred to appropriate committees. Owino- to the intervening of Thanks giving fay there were, last week, but four working days for the General As sembly. These were well spent in the introduction or consideration of vari ous measures of public importance. A brief statement of these will prove of general interest. The House passed to its third read ing (introduced at the last session, by Mr. Brice, of Fairfield) the joint reso lation proposing an amendment to the Constitution, touching the distr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 2 December 1885

THE 1ANNG TIlME WEDNESDAY, DEC. 2, 1885. B. S. 0Il$KINS, Editor. DEATH OF VICE-PRES1IlENT HENDRI0KS. Thanksgiving festivities of las Thursday were rudely disturbed bi the announcement of this Nationia ealamity, which occurred on the even ing of the425th ult.-, at his residenc In the city of Indianapolis. Possess ng a eharactef irreproachable an( eminent attainments, Mr. Hendrick *as respected by even his politica enimies. He -vas perhaps the onl, 3!w ni his countrys history who eve: feached his . cotspicuous positio with a reputation unassailed by thi political slanderer. The nation has lost a trust-worth; servant sa the, Democratic party istingu'e fepresentative. The ast Congress failed to elect Presidentprotem of the Senate, an, should any-accidnt befal the Execu tive before the meeting- of that body the United Sb4s would be in a pe euliar -dilemma. THE GOVERNORS MESSAGE. The mesage' of the Governor a sent to the Legislature-a condense report of'which will be found in ou columns t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 2 December 1885

~TH"E MANNING wIMES. WEDNESDAY, DEC. 2 1885. flie! at 1. !. i-oae for i ne B e ( src St.) 1ERMS (W St BSCRIPHO lne Year. in A.ivnnue $1.50. or $2-00 at tie Expir'ticon of s5ix Months. Aivertisemets.--Per Sqnarv, -,st in i'tion, $1.00. Each snbsequent insertion. 50e. .rqy Co)ntra ct Aqvertising a ta :,ueed rates.. 1 Advertisig in Local Celunmn, 10c. ver line. !- Our Terms for all Transicnt Adver tisements, are invariably in advahn'n. Our cohiunns are open at all times. for the expression of opinions on all subjecitof pub lic interest, but we are not respns 'r the views of our correspondents. Local Intellgence. iadex to New Adrertisentt. - Mrs. Mary O'Hara-Place for sale. t Henry Steitz-Fruit. Dog carts arc fashionable for after ioon rides. Miss MIav Bossard, of Sumter, is isiting fiends in Manning. We wonder if "Sammy Swamp" has forgotten the Trmzs? Mr.. J::o. A. Burgess, has comnmenc ed anew building on his lot in town. The last days of November were a gentle remin'der of the coming...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 2 December 1885

THE GOVERNOR'S MESSAGE. tYNOPSIS OF TiE SUGGESTIONS OF OUR CHIEF MAGISTRATE. n Exhaustive Review of the Financial; Educational and Industrial Conditi -n of the State-An Able and Interesting Paper. bn the first day of the present ses sion of the Legislature Governor Thompson submitted the customary message to the General Assembly. The first matter considered is THE PUBLIC DEBT, which is now $6,522,188.54, consisting of Brown console, valid Green consols, deficiency bonds, and agricultural land scrip. THE REVENUES OF THE SrATE. The tMtal revenues of the State and countes for the fiscal year commenc Ing November 1, 1883, % as about $2, 089,000, of which about $1,936,000 was raisedby taxation, and $153,000 from phosphate royalty. The collection o the taxes was unusually full and satis factory, nearly 98 per cent. of the assessed State tax having been collect ed, and nearly 86 per cent. having beer paid Into the treasury. The net re ceipt for each mill levied was $145,000, being an incre...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 9 December 1885

VOL.1. MANNING, CLARE.NDON COUNTY. S. C., WEDYTPSDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1885. NO. 52. PERSOYAL PraGRAPHS. -W. S. Gilbert, Mr. Sullivan's col aborer, is to pass the winter in Egypt. -KingTheebaw isahandsome young fellow of twenty-six. -Col. J. Artroy Knox, of Texas Siftings, has admitted that he is the author of "Beautiful Snow." -George W. Cable, the novelist, has become a Sunday-school teacher at his new home in Northampton, Mass. -Edwin Booth was fifty-two years old on November. 20,a nd celebrated the anniversary in a quiet way in Bal timore. -Dr. Albert Thompson, a young Irish physician, has been presented with the 'Abell medal for removing poison in a case of diphtheria by suck ing it away. -Lr. Alvarez, the famous French homceopathist, but who believes in big doses in the way of bills, sued for $12.5,000 for medical attendance of a Princess, but was awarded only $17, 000, though he had refused $30,000 to compromise the matter. -Sam Jones managed to keep out of the way of the cvclone ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 9 December 1885

WEDESAY, DEC. 9, 1885. B. S. DINKINS, Editor. TO THIE PUBLIC. The editorial columns of the Wil liamsburg Herald, of the 19th of Nov. 1885, contained an article from Mr. R G. Chandler,-which article was al so published in the issue of TEE MAs mG TXs of the 25th Nov. 1885, and in which he has made several al lusions to me, in some instances, mak ng statements contradicting some that were made in the Clarendon En xrprise of the 5th Nov. 1885, the sub stanceof which was made by me to Mr. S. A. Nettles, the Editor of that paper;and in making some of these statements, Mr. Chandler claims to be corrobarated by Mr. Charles Wolfe. Some of the following are instances: OAs to the charge of partialty in the eenduct of the eamination, Mr. Net ges has only the testimony of the de tsted andidtae When Mr. Nettles's &V& &aIk on the board was pblish ad, we immediately sent it to Mr. Wolkthe succeadtl candidate, aakng i the a e were te. From Mr. Wolget p dated Oct 25th we I *can certify th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 9 December 1885

THEMIG T=I!S WEDNESDAY, EC. 9, 1885. may Do found on Wie at GE" P. 3 THIS PAPEROW & C %CWsae Advertesing Luzeaa(10 Spruce St), contracts mavy be tr EWefor YOR TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: t One Year, in Advance $1.50, or t2.00 at the Expiration of Six Months. Advertisements.-Per Square. first in sertion. $1.G3. Each subsequent insertion, 50c. -W Contract Advertising at reduced I rates. Advertising in Local Column, 10c. per s line. _mi- Our Terms for all jransient Adver tisements, are invariably i4 advance. Our columns are open atall times, for the expression of opinionson 4 subjectsof pub lie interest. but we are nA responsible for the views of our correspon ents. Local Intei nce. Index to New Adv tis ents. C. Bart & Co.-Fruit. D. Bentschner & Co.-.CI ting. m. H. Lesesne-Sheriffs es. Magic Lantern Exhibitiol. t Died on the 7th inst., Mr4Abram Hodge, after a long illness. Mrs emae of spartanlnrg, is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lvi. A crowd of contributions compels us to ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 9 December 1885

THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY. Xonday, November 30. I . SENATE. Although the Senate calendar re corded-at noon to-day nearly thirty measges, all but halt a dozen were disposed of before two o'clock. There was very little speaking. Nobody seems to have been thoronghly thawed out vet. Debate is at a discount. There.. actually was not a word of argument on the joint resolution pro posinga constitutional convention. Tho2pecial order for the day was the seoid reading of Senator You man's joint resolution calling a Con stitutitinal Convention. The report of the committee had been favorable. There was no debate. The yeas and nais were demanded, and the vote resultd: . Yeas, 17; nays, 14; not voting1. The h'r announced that the joint resolh bad passed its second read ing. Senew-Rcyhe made inquiry wheth er the resolution could come up for a third readiam baving failed to secure the two-Rds contitutional majority. The O Fstated that in his view the constitutional provision applied only to the.4at pass...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 16 December 1885

17L. II MANNING CLARENDON COUNTY, S. C., WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 27 1886. NO. 7. Bonnie Stratheyre. There's ruvadows in Lanark and mountains ir Skye. A nd pitstures in Hieland artid Liwltnds forbye: But there's nae greater luck that the heart could desire Than to herd the tine cattle in bonnie Strath eyre. 0. it's up in the morn and awa' to the hill. When the lang simmer days are sac wartn and sac still. 0 Till the peak o' Ben Voirlich is girdled wi' fire. And the evenin' fa's gent. ,n bonnie Strath eyre. Then there's mirth in the sheiling and love iD mr breast. When the sun is gnne doun and the kye are al rest: For there's mony a prince wad be proud to aspire To my winsome wee Maggie, the pride o' Stnitheyre' Her lips are like rowans in ripe simmer seen, And mild as the starlight the glint o' her e i; Far sweeter her breath than the scent o' the briar. And her voice is sweet music in bonnie Strath eyre. Set Flora by Colin and Maggie by me. And we'll dance to the pipes swellin' loudly an...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 16 December 1885

THE MA~~NNN'IG TIES WEDYE .UAY, JANI 17, 188. B. S. DINKINS, Editor. COUNTY TREASURER'S OF DiSBURSEMENTS OF Ordinary County. special County, and Sehool funds, for fiscal year conimcneing November 1st, 1884, giving number of cheek. t whom pd, for what purpose, and mount of =-im. Ortn=.R coUNCUrT FUNDS. No. Check. Amount. 1.J. C. Bagnal, assignee, spades for working roads............ S 4.00 2I. H. Lesesne, Sheriff, hanil cuffs .........................* 9.00 H. K Huggins, County 9es urer Jury and State Witness Tickets received for taxes...... 76.20 t.S. C. C. Richardson assignee (J. E. S.) Auditors- clerical 'work......................... 125.00 5. J E. Scott, Auditcrs clerical work......................... 150.00 . F. N. Wilson agent, Insurance Jail......................... 35.00 7. J. E. Scott, Auditor's clerical work........................ 25.00 8.F N. Wilson, agent, Insurance Court-house.................-. 80.00 9. E. H. Huggins County Treas urer Jury and State Witness Tickets re...

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