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

THE MANNING TIMES. WEDNESDAY, DEC. 22, 1886 TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: One Year, in Advance $1.50, or $2.00 at ;he Expiration of Six Months. Advertisements.-Per Square, first in sertion, $1.00. Each subsequent insertion. 50c. PO' Contract Advertising at reduced rates. Advertising in Local Column, 10c. per line. Christmas week and still a number of our subscribers are delinquent. The windows of the stores are all ornamented with a parade of Christ mas goods. The exhibition of the Grove School Is appointed for this afternoon in the Court House. The Manning Academy entertain ment will take place to-morrow even ing in the Academy. CATARRH CURED, health and sweet breath secured, by Shilolts Catarrh Rem edy. Price 50 cents. Nasal Injector free. A merry Christmas to all of our subscribers who owe us nothing. To the others well-we'll think over it. A lady of much experience says that "kissing comes as natural to a girl as a cunning By to a bald head." Pa didn't that minister make an awfully lon...

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. — 22 December 1886

BLACK KU-KLUX IN YORK. E-UROES itANDED1) TO(;ETRER- VOl ROBBERY AND MURDER. Ih Irutal ett ing to, Decath of Little .Johnnie (.ori4 Least, to the 1'~earthiug ot x secret ciet y. \v1hos. Object wa, to t to kill Aiy -ee l)-tecting Then. :=dto Clear .\ceu..ed! 31emerto by- Fak-e Teitimony. Fam the Newu nd Courier., YoEKv\lE, December 1.-About two weeks zigo, or on the night of November 30, John Le Good, a little son of Mr. W.E. Good, who lives in the western part of this county was brutally mur dered. The News and Courier has puh lished several very meagre accounts of the horrible atlhir, from which it has ap peared that about forty negroes in this county have banded together to rolb and plunder and iurder all persons who night detect them in their law lessness. itomimy AND nEI. The coroner's investigation of the murder of little John Lee Good has re vealed a most alarming state affairs in that section, showing most conclusively that a stupendous conspiracy had been formed among the neg...

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. — 29 December 1886

.A NIN( N ) UNTY, S. C., WEDNESDA Y)C8O6. \ 01. 1 L IarA -lm k%-uuties froi the c law c flroratnlg the South Carolina Fire it ftr considering a commlrumicatien f e rairoad commissioners, show iu. iat th'-ir report was filed with the p e printer within the time rescribed by V., the Senate adopted a resollition, b' entr Black, directing the commit t - on printing to inufire the reason wi the State 1inter has not printed t iannual rport of the railroad com mrissio - rs. This cleared the Calendar ata vial atter exceis ~ams wh'ich h-d passed the House. The ses 0: hour wais mrnked by a won i:d di."iteh Of )a iness, and at t elc. fhe Senate adjourned. HOt;E OF IEPRESENT.'.T'. h, following measure., receiyed a hird reaainu: Bill extending tbe time for tlhe pay nent of the taxes which expired on De ember 15 to January 15. 1-. The biil further remits all costs and penalties :hbarged upon delinquents. An amend nent was adopted in the House exclud ing the county of Darlington -'rom the provisio...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 29 December 1886

THE XMING TULESB WERESDAY DEC. 29, 1886. B. S. DINKINS, Editor. The Work of the Legislature. We learn from the News and Couri er that 141 Acts were passed by the General Assembly and have become laws. 24 are general public acts; 16 relate to railroads; 36 to county af fairs; 12 to municipal charters; 29 to miscellaneous charters; 4 relate to the sale of liquor: 7 to the stock la,; 5 to rppropriations; and 6 to mis cellaneous matters. Among the bills made law relating to county affairs is one authorizing the County Commissioners of Claren don County to borrow money for buildingand repairing bridges, and the support of the Poor. The following are the general Acts relating to the State at large: An Act to amend an Act prescrib ing the mode of divesting the right of dower of insane married women. Joint Resolution to extend the time for the payment of the taxes for the fiscal year commencing November 1, 1885. An Act to provide for the formation of certain corporations under the gen eral ...

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. — 29 December 1886

THE MANNING TIMES WEDNESDAY, DEC. 29, 1886 TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: One Year, in Advance S1.50, or $2.00 a she Expiration of Six Months. Advertisements.-Per Square, first in sortion. $1.00. Each subse . t insertion. 50c. !! Contract A,.vertising at reduce, rates. Advertising in Local Column, 10c. pe line. We had the pleasure of meetin, Mr. David W. Gamble Saturday. Misses Lucy Barron and Sallie Le vi are spending their college vacaiioz at home. A bunch of fine Santee hogs wer< sold in town last week by Mr. P. E Broughton. Walter J. Harby, Esq., of the Sum ter Bar, was in Manning Friday or professional business. Mr. Leslie Bagnmal, a student of the South Carolina College, is spendin his vacation at home. The farmers in the Legislature, oi a large part of them, it turns out, wer not Tillmanites, by no means. Mr. John W. Ivy, of Atkins, Sum ter County, complimented the TiNm office with a pleasant call Monday. The dogs had a narrow escape thit time. They were only saved by the vote of ...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 29 December 1886

The followiug are the appointments made by the annual eonfertence of the 31. E. Church, South, for the ensuing year: Charlestou District -J. Marion Boyd. presiding elder: Charleston: Trinity. John 0. Wilson; Bethel, R. N. Wells: Spring Street, L. F. Beaty; Cumberland, H. Bascom Browne: Caiuhoy, W. W. Jones; Berkely, L. C. Loval: Summer ville, J. 31. Pike; Cyprcs, J. WV. Brown: Rlidgeville, J. 1". Pla4tt: St. George's., Thomas Ravsor: Reesvie Mission. to Ie supplied byv. Patrick: Colletolu, J. C. Young: Round 0. W. WX. Williams: Walterboro'. E. l. Lovless: Yemassee, .. A. Mood: Allendal-, lt. H. Jones: Black swamp, C. E. Wiggins: lardee v-ille, G. R. Whiitaker; iseau-fotE.. .Meynardie: Brunson Acadeny, j. F. Watson, principal. Orangeburg Distrit-T. J. Clyde, oresiding elder: Orangeburg. J. E. Car lisle: Orangeburg cireuit, 1. Dargan: Elloree, J. W. Humbert: Providence, WV. H. Kirton; Branchville, 1). Tiller: Bam berg and Buford's Bridge. C. B. Smith: Graham's, J. T. Siflev: Edisto, W...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 5 January 1887

Tizi I~~j -'I _ _____ _____ A 1. T 0iro a : fw Ia , "- A T A ankii Towns-%,d levieu of tife . rofth Leg ilat ure. Below will be found a elassi ed :ist o most of the Acts passed at the recenI session of the General Assemly-oc: hundred and forty-one in numntbCr. There were twenty-four public or genera. Acts, live appropriation Acts and thiiiy six Acts reIating to county arirsii. V sides, there wcre sixte2n Act; rlating to railroads. t vee to maunicipal chreis. twenty-nine to miscellneius charters, seven to stock law exemptions, two con stitutional amendments, four r.-lating to the sale of liquor and six of a miscilane oUs character. An Act to make appropriatiois for the iscal year commenig Notuber L An Act to make appropriations for the payment of the per dieni and mileage and stationerv certificates of t;Ie mem bers of the General Assemny, the sala ries of the subordinate oflicers and em ployces thereof, and for other purposes herein named. Joint Resolution to provide for the payment...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 5 January 1887

WEBNESOAY. , S. i87. B. S. DfKNS, Editor. A HiSTORY OF THE STATE. The first is-sue of the .e (d Courier for the i:ew year, contains an elaborate and in"Crei1g rev ie f the Stae's linan c.t is : )ud>, com'~ plete statistic:d liistory o:- the agricu tural and conmiercial growth of the State, from 160 t the p. ui"je. From the reort and an etorial resume of the sanne we gather tis In 1886, 114 miles of railwy were. built in the State, makng te total mileage 1,754. The frcight tonngne has proportionately increasJ, wh;ile the income has grown from $ 040 in 1879 to $6,429,299 in 18S. The number of manufacturies ha-s increased 'm 1,239 in 18"0 to 3.212 in 1886. In 180 the capi:al 'ivsted was $6,931,746; now it amounts to $21,327,970. The nanufactuies fr nish employment to 33,378 hands. The value of the products is $29,851 551. The agricultural feature of the report is interesting. The (rp o corn, while twice as large as in is about 10 per cent. L:ss than is 18. Wheat shows very much the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 5 January 1887

THE LANNDICT TLMS. WEDNESDAY, JAN. 5, 1887. TEIMS OF Sc'SvUMfPfl0.: One Year, in Advanuce $1.50. or $2.0) at the Empiration of Six Months. Advertisements.-- Per Square, first in "ertion. $1.00. Each subsequent insertion. 50c. ;A' Contract Advertising at reduced Gen. E. W. Moise, of Sumter, was in town Monday. . There was a slilit shock of earth quake felt' in Manning Tuesday Luorning about 6 o'clock. Mr. Geo. Just Brown, formerly of the Enterprise, has accepted a posi tion in the Tntrs office. Rev. H. M. Mood, preached the rst sermon of his pastorate, in the Methodist Church Sunday. CATA1tRH CURED, health and sweet breath secured. by Shiloh's Catarrh 11eniedy. Price 50 cents. Nasal Injector free. Mrs. M. J. Dinkins has opened her school for the next session, ending in June. She solicits the patronoge of the public. Dr. J. G. Dinkins and Mr. R. B. Loryea, have formed a drug copart nership. Mr. Loryea is a fine drug gist, and most promising young man, Miss Annie Ewell has given up her...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 5 January 1887

TIM O)Twtoki FOR Til: o' . Tie Optimisici v. of lii% ,;,port L.i'ie-. To-!Ja .. (Fr-om i S.-. an i Do.r :ran. Z.) This is a good age to be born iu: the infant of to-day whose life is prolonged to the alou-td term will See more wonders than any of his predeeessors have seen. and if the world continies- to progres as fast as it has i.u progressinig during the past Seventy YVears, the opp 0orttmles will ie I before hin of fortunate eare'r. He will be in a larger sphere al nuder greater respunsibilities, bout te e that is required of hini the stronger will he his 1ower of ac-hive m ent. 3101 always rise to the Occasion. I f al Vwrk is to be accomplishe. soreboy i s sure to: come forward and take it in hand. No matter how arduous the iind takiig, if it is within the0oe (of human prowess its coipletion will not be suffered to fail. It may be hindered. thwarted. misdi rected, but in the end it will be success ful. Rivalry is the powerful motor by which great enterprises are impelled, and t...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 12 January 1887

VOL. 1l1. IANNIN(6., (LARXE'NDON COUNTY, S. C., WEDNESDAY, PJANUARX Y 87 O5 A LETTEkt FROMI CAPT. TII.LMIAN. He Givey Hi" Views O'u Certou1: Thinq . Doune b the Iegilture ul th- !:et:zt Session. To the Editor of the News a:!d Couri er: Your editorial in the The News and Courier of December 24, headed "The -a3 1 ITrouble, is in the aitin jut ,priate. but at the sane time : 17- -ing. For instance, speaking of th'bills emanating from the Farmers' Convention, and which have been either postponed, amended out of all shape or slaughtered outright in the Senate, you sav: "Who is responsible we neeL n .t - The Senators will be prepared, ->f coure, to explain thcir action to tneir con stituents when the proper tinme comes, and they will doubtless be giv; the (p portunitv. But whatever their reason, good or bad, the fact remain.- that the quarrel of the farmers, if the, have any, is with their own representatives. The non-agricultural members of tho General Assembly have been willing and r...

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. — 12 January 1887

THM MIG TIXCESU WEDNESDAY, AN. 12, 188l. '. S. DINKINS, Editor. TWO AUDITORS. Quite an anomalous state of affairs exists ih the aucditor's office. Capt. D J. Bradham, the newly appointed auditor, on receiving his commission dated the 26th of December, 1886, took charge of the office with the con sent of the incumbent, Junius E. Scott, Esq. Subsequently Mr. Scott discov ered that his commission did not ex pire until the 28th of January, 1887. Then the question arose, who is the auditor of Clarendon County to Janu ery the 28th? Both gentlemen claim the position, and each have the seal oi the State, vesting him with the of fice. It is a pleasure to note that the nost perfect harmeny prevails be tween the contestants, and they have very amicably referred their respect ive claims to the Governor for his adjudication. We have no desire to, in this way, promote the chances of either party, but viewing the matter as we do, it is very clear that the facts are in favor of the old auditor, Mr....

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. — 12 January 1887

WEONESDAY, JAN.12, 1887. 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. ;O- Contract Advertising at reduced rates. NEW ADVERTISENENTS. Boilers, etc.-Cbarleston Iron Works. Groceries, etc.-Wulbern & Pieper. Guanos-Ashley Phosphate Company. Groceries, ete.-Bolimann Brothers. Guanos-Pelzer, Rogers & Co. Groceries, etc.-Otto F. Weiters. Groceries, et.-Geo. W. Steffens. Guanos-Wilcox. Gibbs & Co. Guanos-Wando Phosphate Co. Wholesale Dry Goods-McGahan, Batee &. Co. Hardware-S. R. Marshall & Co. Boots and Shoes-D. O'Neil & Sons. Garden Seeds-J. G. Dinkins & Co. Sheriff Sale-H. H. Lesesne. Auditor's Appointments-D. J. Bradham. The Board of Jury Commissioners have been sitting for several days filling the jury box with names pre paratory to drawing the Jury for the February Court. SLEEPLESS NIGHTS, made miserable by that terrible cough...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 12 January 1887

PINKERTON (AUGHT THEM. A1.1. F1 VE OF THEI EXPRESS ROBERS IN CUsTODY. A Marvelou. Nairiative of Thtir Dietection Through tl Impatiteic- .r niizidtie' ' itrock in Writi:: th Ite-j in: C mnaiti. Lett er. tFrom the d;.he Time. It is made known through the Pinker ton detectives tbat they have captured and fastened the evidence upon five men, who were concernted in the robbery of the 'dams Express car on the St. Louis and San Francisco Railroad'on the niglit of October 2,. thirty-six miles from St. Louis. The most important clue was obtainable through the ".im Cium- I mings" letters to a St. Louis paper which were written by Fred Witrock. who, with a man named Weaver, both engaged in business in Chicago, were the princi pals in the affair. A portion of the $60,000 stolen was recovered from the five men, from Witrock's wife and from an innocent stranger, who had in good faith undertaken to hold $4,300 for Witrock. The detectives refuse to say whether Express Messenger Frothing ham was con...

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. — 19 January 1887

VOL. III. MANN~-'ING, C LA RENDON ('0 UNTY. S. C., WEI)NESDAY. tJNL ikY1.~ O6 T.llE LA OF TIEH Ei . so:E E OF Tu~i t:AT PA,'dJ M: T ';; RECENT LEGILAT - Statutory 1'r.vaioon, on Variot-N Matt: or rune1:Gen. The following are some of the mere important Acts passed at the recent ses sion of the General Assembly: AIn tET AND M.uL. AN Acr to Amend Section 20 of the Code of Civil Procedure, relating to Arrest and "ail. SEeTION 1. That Seeo'iUR O.) t Code of Civil Procure be aen adding thenreto the followi-g, to be knowni as Prangaph "In an action for ti ovr s damages in a cause of actio r out contract, when the defe n is a non-resident of the State, or is about to remove therefrom, or when the action is for injury to person or character, or for injunig or for wrongfully t.kueg, nte tainig or converting property. IIAwKM: .AND) PEDULOi. AN Acr to amend Sections 1,33' and 1.: 12 of the General Statutes, rlating to Hawkers and Peddlers. SECTIoN 1. That Sections :.1 of the General Statutes be...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 19 January 1887

THE MANNING TOME'S WERESDAY, R 19, 1887, B. S. D!NK!NS. Edior. In Congress. the Honse Committoe on rivers and harbors, bas made the following recommendations for South Carolina: Charleston harber., $150,000; Great Pee Dee, $10.000; Santee, $10, 000; Wacamaw. $12,000. Captain F. W. Dawson of the Kes and Courier, delivered a regular tariff oration, on invitation, at a mass meet ing of tariff reformers at the Cooper Union, New York, on Wednesdav the 12th. The speech as published is an able exposition of the position of the South toward Tariff Reform and Pro tection. Captain Dawson was enthu siastically received, and his speech made the subject of much cheering. Thomas J. Cluverius expiated the murder of Fannie Lillian Madison on the gallows, in the city jail at Rich mond, on the 14th. To the last he maintained a stolid indifference, and stoutly protested his innocence. In the minds of some there was consid erable doubt of his guilt, and one of the Suprume Judges of Virginia so declared...

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. — 19 January 1887

WEDNESDAY, JAN.19, 1387 TERM3s OF SU1USCPRIPTION: One Year, in Advance A1.50. or $2.00 at the Erpiration of Six Months. Advertisements.--Per Square, first in sertion, $1.0. Each subsequent insert'on. 50e. ;-0 Contract Advertising at reduced rates. NEW ADVERTISENENTS. Law Card-Joseph F. Rhame. Notice to Creditors-Sumter anel Frank Francis. The mistake that "Argonaut" com plains of is very much deplored. Mrs. A. Edwards was in Charleston last week purchasing goods. "T. Pez., makes his appearance in the Tmw1's to-day after a painfully long absence, Mr. J. C. Stukes has sold his place near Manning to Mr. D. M. Bradham, and moved near Sammy Swamp. SM.O'S CURE will immediately re lieve Croup, Whooping Cough and B:'on chitis. It sometimes requires considcrable discernment to tell, when a won a'i s forehead is bandaged, whether it is the headache or the crimps. A number of North Carolina tobac co, butter, and fruit venders, with their canvass covered wagons, have been quartered in Mr. Levi'...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 19 January 1887

SCHOLARS AND CITIZENS. Wi'e Wordm on the Nature of Our Goiernment and the Dury of Voun; Men. Senator Hawley. of ('unecticut, in the course of a reccut address to students at Hamilton College. said: -It is impossibe tor one who m.av call himsIelf a veterma to come before an audien:e, of Voung mnCa without thikinkg of their future and the I future of their country. Boys are apt to think that if they had lived in the past they would have stood by Luther. have stood by Cromwell, have stood by Christ. I am not sure they wou.tl. Mut of the men of those times did not. Bul even now Chrkt is con stantlv benig (rucilled, contautly needs defenders. I do not htlieve in this discontent with the present. nor in this agitation for constant C change. There is one thing you may be certain of, we are bound irrevocably to the experiment of a government under which j we shall have universal suffrage. So it is, well for you as thinking , - to examine, not only your religious benef, but also your politic...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 26 January 1887

F I n vIi VOL. IiJ kANN-NI N C-1 FAN IN) )N CO I NTY. S. C,~ WLI)NESDA v, J AN LA i VR~is.NO7 ilE- ST .\[- .ND 1UL~* -. wS n-v v~-rn.: ~ U5~i1 I i ( izt Ll_ DO01 A nit c xew i 11 Coll', io ConuIt., eanuary 1 . -C' - Butler has boen the conim ' oner of agriculture ei Sonth Caro a - his deparunent began i z n yeais ago. He is thoroughiy deot it and, of course, knows all iz, deil and shares all its n>iration . I of the conuasin uhie: n exists ;u the A lie mind as to tae annies, a: m sources oi the dearment, criticisms. 'ieh havz been iad3e pn its management, the News an:d 'orer Bureau has secured an interview with Commissioner Butler, enabling Lin to summarize the situation fr-m is stand point. -The fever of the "TiMloan mrve ment" has abat., and the pei I of the Ste 'oul 2eae toc scal and justly the vah-able w'rk oi the de partmeut, and give it the erlt to which' it is entitled. . Nearly a year Rill elapse before the Legislature can mnet agam, and in the meantime there is plenty of...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 26 January 1887

MM~ IANNIG T WEDNESDAY JA.269 1861. B. S. DiNKINS, Editor. WHAT A REVENGE! In the late discussion of cotton weights between Colonel S. W. Nel son of this county and the Charleston Cotton Exchange, the public will re member that several afidavits, from outside parties, were published by Colonel Nelson, substantiating his eharge that cotton shipped to Charles ton, invariably lost in weight. One of the affidavits published was made, by Messrs. W. F. Turner & Bro., mer-1I chants of Clarendon. The affidavits contained no'ebarge or suspicion of fraud, but simply stated that the cot ton bales of this firm shipped to their factors, Messrs. Smythe & Adger, of Charleston lost in weight. What fol lows was told to us by Mr. RE. F. Tur ner, the father of Messrs. Turner & Bro. These gentlemen visited Charleston last week for the purpose of a settle ment with Messrs. Smythe~.& Adger, and perfecting arrangements for an other year. The settlement was satis factorily made, Messrs. Tur...

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