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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 26 January 1887

THE MANNING TIMES. WEDIOESB, JAN. 2, 1887. TERMS (F & SNClIPTION: One Year, in Advance $1.50. or $2.00 at she Expiration of Six Months. Advertisements.-Per Square, first in aertion?, $1.00. Each subsequent insertion. 50c. *Vf Contract Advertising at reduced rates. A. Levi, Esq., has gone to Ocalla, Fla., on professional business. Rev. Mr. Oliver of Foreston, preach ed in the Manning Baptist Church last Sunday.. SLEEPLESS NIGHTS, made miserable by that terrible cougb. Shiloh's Cure is the remedy for you. Captain John E Snowden and Mr. Walter Wilson of Williamsburg were in town last week. Marion Star: Mr. Cooper of Claren don, was in Marion last week on a visit to his father-in-law, Rev. A. J. Stokes. Our attention has been so much drawn this week to other matters that the Tnxs has not received our usual c tre. Mrs. Edwards believes in printer's ink, and also in patronizing the news papers. Her advertisement will fill the conspicuous space left vacant for her this week. The Orange...

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. — 26 January 1887

IS THE END APPROAtHING .ome Thou:hts SuaIested by this Solemn in. quiry. In an Cditorial, son weeks since, one sentence reads thus: "Our belief is that our work!'s history is near the end." TIUE DAILY (Celumibia) Ihcono quotes that sutttn.e, and seems to think that a great 1nmy-gogod people iiy be, unreasonably disturbed by suCh declaat "on. aInd that they "would like to'know what reasons we have for entertaining such a belief. To this the editor of Tin-: Ricono adds his own wish iSt we "ouM give tile public the benefit of whatever infornattion we may have onl the subjet. We do) not prucss to hav moC inforIa on th' others hav. o1 ni Q,:i. ft . the Sgripturcs and the s "in ' the tunC as predicted in the Scrip 'Lhe i vent of Christ -will end the probation of the word. We fix no hour. no day, nor year. Only the study of God's w(.rd-anat the driftig signs of the times lead us to the belief that the world is approaching a unparalleled crisis. Whether that crisis .'ill be the end of the w...

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. — 2 February 1887

A-j t~ i, VOL. III1. -M1N-N ING, ('LiARENI)ON COUNTY, S. C., WEDNESDAY, FEBRJIUARY2,1S7 O.S 110\\ lE SIl ili LIE.S. PEKR.N . A N D Wi 1 1. L D, 'T Z!. OF THE L1FE OF I'Eli tA'1 , . His Journal of CTNel. :::d I Printed --taN Ui. v t.W oej~~ .U c.1 The voice cf the mueazi2. a long melodious chant, is heard ileating otr the still air of inorning from th. towers of Teheran. At the ame xomenMOM t ti sun bursts over the eastern pains, and burnishes the walls of the capitol with:: golden. glow. On the lofty Trr2. of t palace gate a tr'oop; .fr-a = hails the coinug , ei streem:; below ringsthe ie n nounces to the people ti t~i lI baths are ready for the daily abntion. At the same time the camt bels "re heard of caravans which, after travelius allnight, are now entering the city An attendant in stocking ier:. ises te heavy drapery that closes the entrance to the apartment wh-ere Nuar-ed-Deen Shah is sleeping, and with b'wed hea in a low tone reminds his Majestv that it is the hour of prayer....

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. — 2 February 1887

THE MANNING TIME. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 2,1887= B. S. DINKINS, Editor. A TOUR OF INSPECTION. ATTENTION TEACHERS!!! It is with very great pleasure that we note from the Kew and Courier the purpose of the State Superintend ent of Education to visit officially dur ing the year, every county in the State; directing his attention to the lower counties during the winter, and the upper portion of the State to be visit ed during the spring and summer. Colonel J. H. Rice, our Superintend ent, is highly cultured and a typical South Carolina gentleman. He, evi dently, designs to show the people of the State, that he does not regard the high position assigned to him as mere ly a sinecure, but one of the greatest importance to the future welfare of our country, and a position, when properly filled, calling for earnest ef fort and laborious work He has taken a step in the right di rection; and there is no estimating the impetus that such an inspection may give to the flagging school inter est of th...

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. — 2 February 1887

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 2,1887 TERMS OF St HNCRII''O: One Year, in Advance $1.50. or S:..00 at she Erpiration of Six Months. Advrtieew-nts.--Per Square, first in-. sortion. $1.00. Each subsequent iniertion. 50c. pf- Contract Advertising at reduced tates. NEW ADVERTISENENTS. Auctioneer's Sale-James L. Rowe. Registration Notice-S. P. Holla day. Blue Jeans Tobacco-Moses Levi. Groceries and Millinervy-Mrs. A. Edwars. Annual Report-H. H. Huggins. Notice of Homestead-James E. Davis, Clerk of Court. Court convenes Monday the 14th, next. The Board of County Commission or meet to-day. Read the call for the meeting of the Clarendon Agricultural Society. Miss Pauline James, of Cheraw, is on a visit to Miss Hessie McDowell. The report of the County Treasurer is excellent reading for tax-payers. The Blue Jeans tobacco for sale at Levi's is popular with "chowers." ARE 'YOU MADE miserable by Indiges tion. Constipation. Dizziness. Los.s of Appe tite. Yellow Skin? Shiloh's Vitalizer is a positive cure. ...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 2 February 1887

A Eig Robbery In CharIeston. Charleston is very much stirred up over the systematic robbery of one of the largest wholesale houses on East Bay, and a Pin kerton detective who has been working up the case has just made his report. it is said that since the death of the se ior som six years ago the houise' has fallen behind between $100.;0 :md b1O00 but it was not until six moutis ago that the house su pectetd anything wro . A Pinketon_ de tective was sent for. S'oon after this a vyoung man was given em.ymlit in the store and gradually worked hinself up from porter, watchman, assistant shipping clerk. etc, remaning in each departnieit long cuough to become thorouhly acquainted with his fellow clerks The young man turned out to be a detective and about a week ago he returned to his emiplovers and made his report to the agency who sent it to the house. The r-port exposed the whole business and designated the gilty parties. The !!rm is now treating with te with a view to recovering a por...

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. — 9 February 1887

VOL. III* ANN, LRNO COUNTY, S. C,~ WViDNESD Y, F 'BRUARY 17N.. -NYE AMO)NG THE- kUSll~i' THE L ':LY EX1'EliEN N . le Find-. an 1tu'im a n WMT North Carolina and Ta.-stes the Chem'zuival-. (I1,l1 Nye in :Le Now y. . AsHEvImiL, N. C., January 13.-Last week I went out into the nountains for the purpose of securing a holly tree with red berries on it for Ya etid. I had idice in all my pidtiiiis of Ch Inima festiv ides .in Eglm th~at7- the holly, with eraiiberries' onc'it, cons'iktt , e back groiud of Yuletide. A e England without a hujUy iborg. a a little mistletoe in it wouldn't be wirth half price. Iferethese vogettahles gro--v in great prof sion, owing to the quaoe .. im dso.the.loly m is within the reaoh of all. I resolved to secure 9pe persouady,so I p 8 261 ~ tountainsi -here, in Ies th"' the tinme it takes t o tell it, I had succeeded in finding a h' yecand losing myself. It is a very sk-mLin Sen sation to feel that you arelos, and that before you can be found somet:4gis liable t...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 9 February 1887

THE LMANNG TIES WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY9,1887. B. S. DINKIk Editor. MISS VAN ZANDT AGAIN. This Chicago heiress and heroin( is now playing the roll of the author ess; and has supervised the printing and is now assisting in the sale of at autobiography of the condemned an archist, August Spies, to whom she i. affianced, and for whom, led on by in fatuation, she is "cutting np such fan tastic tricks as would make the angel weepor laugh-as they choose to bx mirthful or mournful. Miribile didu.' What is it some women won't dc when they get after the right fellow, But bless them, this mania is rathei an exceptional one in these parts; and we trust only enough of it will remair to keep the masculine portion of ou unmarried population properly flat tered; they need a small dose now ax then as a tonic. Inthe case of Mis Van Zandt, her wild fire love-making and acceptance may have the salutary effect of giving courage to all spins ters having the temerity to rpake like assaults upon passive objec...

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. — 9 February 1887

WEDNESDAY, FEBiARY 9,1887 TERMS OF SUBSCRIrTION: One Year, in Advance $1.50. or $2.03 at the Expiration of Six Months. Advertisements.-Per Square, first in sertion. $1.00. Each subsequent insertion. 50c. &&- Contract Advertising at reduced rates. Next Monday is St. Valentines day, and Court day too. The County Commissioners will meet next Wednesday. R Pressley Barron, Esq., is attend ng court at Kingstree. Several neat cottages have been erected by energetic colored citizens in the part of our town towards the depot. Our town is popular with commer cial travelers. Every train brings some of these gentlemen of the trade among us. It speaks well for busi ness. The cold Saturdiay did not keep our country neighbors at horne. There was a large purchasing crowd in town, trade was brisk, and the merchants in a good humor. Dr. G. Allen Huggins, Sr.. has been quite ill for a number of days. This entire community and Dr. Huggins' friends everywhere, with the warmest sympathy, await an...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 9 February 1887

TMN- GRESSIVE S(UTH. Facts Showing a ~Fine Prospect for the People of this Section. (From the Batinoie Sun.) Long before the movement from the p Northern and Middle States set in, the Sun repeatedly called attention to the new field that since the war was opened at the South for industrial emigration from the States and from abroad. It pointed out its vast underlying wealth of coal and iron ore, of limestone and manganese, its great deposits of kaolin and of copper and gold, to its variety of woods for the construetive and decora tive purposes, and its thousands of acres of fertile soil. At that time only a few cotton factories were in overation, some' kaoliri deposits worked, ~and here and there south of Virginia, where coal mining had long been going on, some feeble aempts made at mining-princi pally in Tenntsee and Alabama-where a few furnace 'lad been built for the smelting of iron ore. It had been demonstrated even then i that cotton fabrics of the plainer kind could be prodifo...

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. — 16 February 1887

4V4 I~ "A~ V -At MANNNi~AC h~ ( ~ Y~ S C. WEDF~I \YFEBtWA ~V A 141,T RLOW TO 11A;. 1'A- WO - Suggestlilon< 1 .1 .k r: ** .e sn-e It is reu: e t!.n b farmer has ere ready uixner wav in' .x eu of the first things tCoclali is the preparation of the manure t used. He bas to u". largely ankd he iust w pre the matter cannot b destrome longler. Whilst a compos wiL results, prepared only a oma er better re-uilt pared tremmsi da c.", Cn Posts for cotton shot once, and care taken thtl evvrc l for proper ferment'to b n These conditions are proper u of grdiens, decidd. mo i rca.e . through the mas-s, and a d com pactness. A lcostly throw-n, c) pile ,i manure wid becUm too ;I: ad. Pe greatly injared. A prope.- f;neitation brings about sevemi vramae reslut. First, it reduces or b:-eaks down the coarser lugeien@ts, as y or other litter, and ren tiszri tion of the coMpoUI:t esIe:51 OD O Ir uniform. Uniforniity f d ait. on b a matter of tirst importahce. In the next place it renaers ie isoLb C ma...

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. — 16 February 1887

TE MANNING TIMES. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY16,1887. B. S. DINKINS, Editor. LOWER TAXES. The speech of Hon. James E. Tin dal before the Clarendon Agricultural Society on the 29th of January, pub lished in this paper to-day, merits reading and thought and study, by the farmers and taxpayers generally of the County. Mr. Tindal first ex plains the object of what is known as the "Farmers' Movement." It is two fold he claims. The first is to en lighten each other (the farmers) "by discussion and friendly intercourse, upon matters which concern them farmers; secondly, the consideration of all public measures which affect them as citizens." The subject of taxation, Mr. Tindal holds, comes with in the province of the "farmers' move ment" for discussion; he argues "they are bound to the soil, and hence they suffer most from unwise measures" * * * *. The State levy of 4 1-2 mills, Mr. Tindal thinks, can be re duced in time by reducing the rate of interest on the public debtjby reduc ing the cost 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. — 16 February 1887

THE XMNGTI=LH$ WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 16,1887. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: One Year, in Advance $1.50, or $2.00 at the Erpiration of Six Months. Advertisements.--Per Square, first in sertion, $1.00. Each subsequent insertion. 50c. .A- Contract Advertisiag at reduced rates. The outside of the Toims is filled 'with interesting reading this week. Whooping cough is still prevailing in the neighborhood of Ida. Undoubtedly our merchants are happy at seeing so many friends in town this week. Mr. J. D. Rutledge lost a dwelling house by fire on his place in Salem on Sunday the 13th. Mr. M. Shirley Hughson, of Sumter, is attending Court, reporting for the News and Courier. Mr. Heller of Kingstree is in town with a drove of horses and mules, we suppose for the purpose of trading. Mr. and Mrs. I L. Logan, of the Fork of Black River, lost an '.ant child on last Sunday. ARE YOU MADE miserable by Indiges tion, Constipation, Dizziness, Loss of Appe tite, Yellow Skin? Shiloh's Vitalizer is a positive care. ...

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. — 16 February 1887

I"NS TEFUD O F r. iN( G HXX (F.D. What Electrician- %,ay of Taking Life by Means of a Battery. (From the New York Star.) Some New York physicians think that improvements in hanging are urgently needed. They want to make the death penalty easy, pleasant and delightful. Electricity has been proposed by them for capital punishment, and the Legisla ture yesterday considered a bill to sub stitute the electric battery for the hang man's rope. An eletilician at the E :son building in Pearl street. where electricity is man ufactured for illuminating purposes, was yesterday asked how people might be killed with neatness and dispatch by electricity. He said that it was the easiest matter in the world. All a con aemned man would have to do at the hour and moment when he was to leave the world for brighter climes, would be to.take hold of two wires, one connected viith a positive battery and the other with a negative battery. Acting thus as Aconductor between the two wires the electricity would...

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. — 23 February 1887

4<n K, VOL. lL. MNNIN(. CLA~E t)~ N .~ S.C., WVEDNEJSDAY. ILAY 31~ O 0 Tit F , %;1." V' -% .%I An Exptanation of teco ( Thf ilody ol the eAgricultum! Senator L. V. Youm.ans, of il has written a letter to the Courier, dending the :: State Senate ou diti m s sidered at the recent s . r viewing the articles of th : who have pu thrh newspapens, Snator Pauzas In a resumae ri finding we note three speic - against the Se::t: T r the bill providingfor..xpr tions: the reection ' e4e1 provking -for a travel e1:;"'- ty investigate the mou opea::. -e cultural co- ge in"ttt.: postpene nt f t the departmznt of t the biul to v for j tions was maimed in the 1":."' original design frustra by a Cm d o ment provi:NJg for tw ta in I of one, as at irst inteno.ed. .T i t. tion of the framer of Is o it followe in its pto ror ganize the departnILen of icuhure, and that the $10,0j0 'ap rp d be, e-n pended under the aui; ces f a new board of agrieultar upon one station, a with the view of makin it a b asi...

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. — 23 February 1887

WEDNESDAY, FERSUARY 2i. i87, B. S. DINKINS, Editor. WENrsDAY. On the convening of the Court this morn ing the Grand Jury were handedan ind. c-' ment against William Godfre:. chur house-breaking and larceny. They vrtird and in a short time returned Nritha --true bill," at the same time handing in their pre mentment, which is published elsewhere. They were then discharged from futrther at tendance on the Court. William Godfrey subsequently pleaded guihy and was sen tenced to the penitentiary for 18 ionths. Robert Conyers, convctr-d of sellingwhis key without a license, was sentenecd to pay a fine of $100, or be impriioned in the con ty jail for six months. We understand he has paid his fline. THE TIRALI Z' Tos. F.. TANNON. This case was the object of iv r' - terest and comment. and the Court Ho'Se was densely packed with a ctrions, cv-er erowd when it was cale I wich icr !d' the trial proceeded. There was mu ch spr'c ulation among that important oody. the pub lie, as to whether Shanno...

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. — 23 February 1887

WEDNESDAY, FE3I'VAY 23. 1 37 1ERMS OF SUBSt'lITPHi: One Year. in Advance $1.50. or $2.00 at the Erpiration of iI Months. Advertisements.-Per Square, first in sertion, $1.00. Each snbsequent insertion. 50c. AD, Contract Advertising at redneed rates. Genuine Early Rose Seed Potatoes at Dinkins & Co's. A deposit of Kaolin has been discov 1 about sixteen miles from Black lie in this State. It is to be devel .ped. The State Supreme Court has de cided that Trial Justices have no ju, risdiction in cases of petty larceny. The convicts for the Penitentiary, six in number, were carried over this time at the expense of the State. A saving of about $50 to the county. Mr. F. N. Wilson has been in Or angeburg for a num4iber of <1aVs in t e interest of the Equitable Assu'rancc Company. None of the merchants of Manniu pay for their names in the paper ex t cept one and a drug house. Mrs. Avcock,'the mother of r. Ja,:. H. Aycock, died on lost Saturday, at! the good old age of 107 years. Mrs. A...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 23 February 1887

Calhoun'es Statue in rosition. At 10 o'clock Tuesday morning a half dozen workmen began to turn the wind lass of the huge derrick on Marion square, and the colossal bronze statue of John C. Calhont> which was to crown the work and realize the dream of thirty five years, slowly rose from the ground. The work was delaved until that hour in order to allow some of the members of the committee to be present. Six stout cables had been passed around the bot tom of the chair and made fast to the figure, which was thus nicely balanced. The head was still well covered with thick folds of canvass, tightly bound. Guy ropes kading in diflerent diree tions were held each by a worsman, thus enabling them to regulate any circular or lateral motion, and at the same time to place the statue in the position it was to occupy on the pedestal. It did not take long to hoist it to the top of the pedestal, and there it was allowed to remain. It was more sugges tive than ever of the idea of an execu tion,...

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. — 2 March 1887

N i.- - C IV . I 1) k Y A. -. -) .- - 2 JAI.ANNING ('LA N I M)N &() NTY S. C., WE)NESI)AY MI II 2 1887. NO. 14. 0:-11 1 CA11N i du ines% t lo Ltev. su c - T d , - tem -Ad Expen.ive Loain, Wem't Answer -ve sof at 11izer. The following article on the subject of cotton planting, from the pen of a Wateree planter, appeared in the Colum bia Register: "What man is there, A ye z. k for bread will give you a stone; if you ask for a fish, give you a When the early Virgini:a eeui's ap plied to the authorities at home.,c ior some consideration in the matter o- clmrchcs and schools, suggesting the benefit it would be to their souls, the reply of the profane regency that governed the Vir ginia planters was: "lDaMLU your seals, plant tobacco." Change tobacco for cotton and you have much the !amne re ply practica~ly given to the por devil Who is trying to niake an he;t hiving by cultivating the kindly soil of South Carolina. "Make cottons is tae reply to eveiy application for ad es that are ne...

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. — 2 March 1887

TE MANG TIMSo WEDNESDAY, MARCH 23, 1887. B. S. DIN KINS, Editor. WHO SHALL WIN? Between the people of the Summer ton and Panola sections of the coun ty on the line of the route of the pro posed Eutawville Railroad, a spirited rivalry has grown out of the location of the line of the road and a place for the depot. The Summertonites are clamoring to have the iron horse snort through their quiet little village, and the Panolaites are equally as anxious for their section to be the chosen place. Both sides are working hard and manifest a sanguine spirit of suc cess. The railroad kings appreciate the cause of contention, and enjoy hugely the results therefrom. When ever one of them enters the hospitable domain of either party, a feast royal awaits him. A magnificent banquet was spread before a number of the ralroad magnates the other day. The occasion was a prospecting tour. Pa nola and Summerton each shared in the expenses of the entertainment, -their representatives wea on hand, vying w...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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