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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 2 March 1887

THE MANL hG TIMES. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 23.1837. TERM; OF SUBSCRIPTION: One Year, in Advance $1.50. or $2.00 at the Erpiration of Six Months. Advertisements.-Per Square, first in sertion, $L00. Each subsequent insertion. 50c. p Contract Advertising at reduced rates. NEW ADVErTISE'JES. Auditor's Delinquent List. Notice to Creditors. Singer Machine Co. The South Carolina Presbytery will meet at Troy in April. Se'7eral communications were nec e'sarily crowded out this week. Mr. Joseph Mitchum of this county, bas a coin that was made in 1722. Basebal has commenced for the season in Columbia and Charleston. Mrs. John S. Wilson and children are visiting relatives in the country. High winds in February and March are an indication of spleasant April. Dr. and Mrs. Ingram left last Wed Deaday, to visit friends in Darlington. At a marriage in Ninety-Six last week, the groom was 18, and the bride 60 years old. On last Thursday mornig, early risers were greeted by a few flakes o snow. That Blue Jean...

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. — 2 March 1887

A Dreadful Disaster. An accident occurred Monday morning on the Dedham Branch of the Boston and Providence railroad, between Forest Hill and Roslindale, at what is known as Bussey Park Bridge. The 7 o'clock train from Dedham, consisting of seven cars and bag gage car, under charge of Conductor Til -1en, broke through the bridge. The en $ine and three cars went over safely. but five others fell through the bridge to the road beneath. a distance of :)0 feet. The last ear, which was the smoker, turned -completely over and struck on top of the others, all being crushed almost out of shape. The cause of the accident is said to have been the breaking of the bridge. it is stated that the bridge is a comparatively new one, and that the accident was caused by a truck of one of the cars giving away. causing the car to strike against the abut ment of the bridge.. . The smoking car after it fell caught fire. bnt the fire department was promptly ou hand and prevented any spread of the .llames. T...

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 March 1887

01~ VT' I VoL. Ill, _11 I(~ 0RED{N ()L,NTry, S. C., WED.NESDAY- MA RC2 i>.NO 1 THE 1f UiL i ih i V. COULD) NO!r iWi-sT IN hi : A Tale y.':tvion N - !t t T lie had sient iost o1 ti.' day witlina doors. In his br prcpr t nade on the long pr're - when he passed them. into the drawn room windiows. In th w spread about it by Dve great A, sat i nie al now pi-amtoe figure i.n- awi-clrdgu i s laces at neck and wrists.h anid blue-cyed, n had rt-e, -ored. I:~ with bronzedt ripples running thronah it in the Chieek next to hIim was at dimpl that deepened when she lued. I would marry her in May. ma~ willing by the time the roe~s woullb' in blooU on the bare, brown sticks over th:ere 1: the garden. His home ws t Lvnh bi.rg, tity miles away from 'wt plantation, puraIsed six .e. .: 1 Gervas"MilleLr, hisprsctveah -m law, a long jouarny by v tg r ri:v carriage in this w: 'er, 'and 1v t, worst roads in Viroinia. John Speed, the "catch" of !Is n.atiy town, and enggd to the sw. . r in the world. vt f...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 9 March 1887

THE MANNINMG TIME WEDNESDAY, MARCH 2, 1887. B. $. DINKINS, Editor. Captain Tillman's letter to the Mos and Courier replying to the re cent letter of Senator Youmans is pub lished to-dy. Captain Tillman is a bold writer with conspicuous powers of argument. Unfortunately, however be lets his temper and animus towards those he believes to be his eneries, run away with his common sense. Consequently his letters are so filled with abuse and contemptible insiuna tions, that really the sensible argu ments contained in his letters are lost sight- of' If anything he is fearless. He has the temerity to say in his re ply to Colonel Youmans, "that the an imus of my letter was not against the agricultural Solons.' for whom I only felt pity and contempt, but against the eleven lawyers, who knew nothing about. the merits of the matter, and who should have deferred to the opin ions and wishes-of the farmers outside of the Senate" * * *. The eleven lawyers are his sworn enemies, -and at every opport...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 9 March 1887

WEDNESDAY, MAARCH 2,1887 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 sub.sequent insertion. 50c. _Se Contract Adverising at reduced rates. M. J. Hirsch, Esq., of Kingstree, was in town yesterday. Mrs. Jno. A. Burgess has just re eeived a nice lot of Spring Goods. A slight tremor of the earth was felt all over the State last Saturday iorning. Genuine Early Rose Seed Potatoes at Dinkins & Co's. One tract of land is advertised by the Sheriff to be sold next Monday sales day. Mr. J. H. Lesesne has accepted a 1 school in the Jordan neighborhcod, and is now engaged in teaching. Mrs. H. S. LeGrand, of Manning, and Miss Daisy Brunson, are visiting in Sumter.-WItchman and outifron. Read the advertisement of J. G. Dinkins & Co. in this issue. It is feared by a great many that the ] cold wind of the last few days has in jured the early fruit crop. Miss Pauline Dick, of Sumter, was...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 9 March 1887

MARDI GRAS IN NEW ORLEANS. Part of the Tableau% .Arran;:ed Specialty in Honor uf Washtvgton. Nnw Olu.EANs. Februrv 22.-The weather cleared off this mornig and the sun shone brightlv for :: time, but later on the skV Clouded u'p :tin. The lL-:x pro cession this afternoon was a brillint afalir. embracing a -eries of humorous and bur lesque tableaux. First e-aute a etachimeit of 'mounted amanils in nh costumes. Then followed twentv cars, each contain in. a tableau. The first division was illustrative of mniisic and various popular songs. It was comn posed of ten t:toleaux. The second div'Zi' n w of a Illiscella neous ch::amcter. Tableu 11 was entitled "Burlesqueandit Tragecdy": No. 12, "Noah's Ark-: No. 1:3. "Pradise Lost": No. 14, *Prodigal Son": No. 15. "British Lion before and now": No. 16. "Royalty in a Future Generation": No. 17. "Ciesar Cross ing the Alps": No. P. "Egyptian Priest craft." The third diviion was devoted to Wash ington. the Father cf his Counrv. Tab leau 19. "Cherry...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 16 March 1887

'ZIA VLCi voN- ILMNIN I cLAIE:N-)ON ('OINTY, S. C., WEDNE"SDAY. MAR('1 IS. ' t r1. 1e1e:h l ' ' -. re .e j Theniinike. Frn he liiother oft Pe ,jnt - Osn 1,rso vt wercn t1he A mer iran solilier andl England', conqluering Marlborouzgh. Nw YORK, 3March I.-i the Cables printed in the New York pgers the foi lowing special cable from Lundon to the World is the one which witLl attract Uo:t attention: The leading article in 'lemnillan's M"agazine for 1ereb is y(it ceal Lord Wolseley, On (e::nd Lee. Ueference is made in a foot nue to thea recently published memoirs of Ge'nend Lee by General Long and Marcus V. iiht, but in no sense a review of that wrk. Gen eral Lee is given full credit for the love he had for the Union, and for the strug gle he went through before tin-:ly taking the decision to go with his o'vn State. General Wolseley describes how Lee accepted his coaission as cmimander in-chief of all tlie nilitarv fo:ces oi Vir ginia in a crowded e.seu'tion of the most eminent men of the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 16 March 1887

WEDNESDAY, MAR CH 9, 1837. B. S. D!NKINS, Editor. "Death Loves a ShimitZ ark. A PROMINENT, USEFUL CrT ZEN HAS PASSED BEYOND THE R1VER. This Town and community are mourning in poiguant zrief. the de .h' of Dr. G. Allen Hluggins, which occur red on the afternoon of the 3rd inst. His death is a sad loss, a loss that can only be repaired by the mut'ations of time. Dr. Huggins was born in Darling ton County on the 24th of August 1832. It was there he spent his boy hood days and received his carly ea ucation. Before the age of 21 years be graduated in medicine with credit I from that eminent institution, the Jefferson Medical College. of Phila delphia. But the stern, hard duties. often required of a physician, militat ed against his kind, sympathetic na ture, and he soon abandoned the prac tice. Dr. Huggins was among the abor iginal settlers of Manning. He was elected its first intendant and sever:d times thereafter Elled the position. in this capacity and as a private eitizen he labored ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 16 March 1887

HEMANNflIG TIMtES. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 9, 1S87 TER1S OF SUlti C PTtON: One Year, in Advance $1.50. or $2.00 a; the Erpiration of Six Months. Advertiseent.-Per Square, !irst in sertion. $1.00. Each snbsequient insertion. 50e. 7.- Contract Advertising at reduced rates. The Manning correspondent of the Necs and Corier says that 'French measles are raging in tOwn. Thomas Bradley has been comnit ted to jail by Justice TIompson, of Salem, for burglary and larceny. R. 0. Purdy, Esq., and General F. W. Moise were in town last week. Married on the evening of the 3rd, at the home of the bride, Mr. Willie Canty to Miss Zula Blackwell. The public landlord, Mr. J. L. Rowe. has but two boarders. They heve en gaged lodgings 'till the May term of the circuit court. Mr. W. F. Turner in a cmmunica tion published to-day, explaius the position of Turner & Bro. towards Messrs. Smythe & Ad- r. The public school teachers of Abbe ville County are paid $20, $15, and $10 per month, according to grade o ...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 16 March 1887

HE WILL PREACH NO MORE. The Rev. Dr. Armstrong Renounces the Chrig. tian Ministry. (From the Attanta Constitution.) Every one remembers the trial of Dr. J. G. Arnstrong bv the ecclesiastical court. on charges of intoxication and conduct uin becoming a minuistcr. No one has forgotten the genera. regret over the annOunLtIcIt Of Dr. ArnStrong conviction and the sb unseitlence o! the Bishop silencing his eloq'ent voice is] the sr'ace of tive years. The scoquel to thnt memorable trial and sentence miay be read to-day. Dr. Arm strong will never preach again. since int, 1onv~tict li e uas been in the insurance btsiness. Although suspended. he was still a minister. In Augusta a short time a. i attended an insurance banquet. It is clamed that he was intoxicated there. Ile denied it. however, and his friends denied it. Within the last two weeks a number of afidavi have been made to the effect that he was intoxicated at the banquet, or on the day afterward. These aflidavits were lodged with th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 23 March 1887

IN i' A ,~ikIK~A P&~ VUL.7 1 MAN( f \I'j' i ~~ Yt S)\'',.~ WEDNIESDA Y. MARCH i; 16,.NO 3 SENAT0) ()1N;" 'JN C T" CAI11'.UN 'Ii.7. 1AN A Review of the Charges o d tratioln in Our state oe t Board of Agriculture. D .. e. (rom the New.t ad ourier.) In mvarticle of thSth ult. 1 pictured in their own paint several of the ault-filnders with the conser' ative course of tle Sen ate during its ht session, who. when held up to their own nd t lsrvation of the public, were o shocked to see themselves as other peoia s- th t they sought sheiter 1-y at g convince the pubi tt t r" comings were nothing but i! , . Strange mode of abuse ti ee t cull from one's own words aria exzpies sions! Save through the genierous ex ercise of the advantage of a f- -d t and impartial head-lines. Capt. Tillman has thus far been the oily one to reply. He says that "there is an old -ayi it is the dog who is hit that h ols, and "only the truth hurts.- If Capt. Ti-1 man is correct, then must not this be the reason w...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 23 March 1887

THE MANNING T1EMS. WEDNESDAY, MAR'A IS, 1887. B. S DINKINS, Editor. Shall Our Dead be Forgotten'? The sad death of our esteemed fel low townsman Dr. G. Allen Huggins, Sr., who was laid away into bis sleep of death a few days ago, brings pain fully to remembrance the fact, that the Guardian of the last resting place of our dead will no longer devote his time, means, and talent in the dis charge of that labor of love and a life time, which kept in a state of beauty tified neatness the Cemetery of Man Lng. Years ago, when the town was first incorporated, a plot of ground was se lected for the purpose, and a number of trustees appointed for its manage ment. These gentlemen, as we have been told, divided up the space into .lots of convenient and suitable size, and sold them out to purchasers, at a regularly stipulated price, and we say with sorrow and disappointment that, on account of the non-payment of many of the purchases, the Trustees were always thwarted in their efforts to decorat...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 23 March 1887

THE MANIG TIMES0 WEDNESDAY, MARCH 16, 1887. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: One Year, in Advance i1.50. or S2.00 at the Expiration of Six Months. Advertisements.-Per Square, first m sertion, $1.00. Each subsequent insertion. 50e. P Contract Advertising at reduced rates. NEW ADVERTISE'dENTS. Notice of Administration. Examination of Teachers. Life of D)r. Jeter. History of the United States. Mustang Liniment. Surveyor's Card. Colonel Youman's reply to Captain I Tillman, on the first page of the Tims, is worth reading. J. S. Wilson, Esq, is in Kingstree, where he will remain for several days, engaged in a reference cause. See the card of J. E. Scott, Esq., offering his services as a Surveyor. Mr. Scott is well qualified to execute satisfactorily any work entrusted to his care. Messrs. B. A. Johnson and I. M. Bagnal have been drawn as Jurors for the May term of the United States Court, which convenes at Charleston. 31r. Johnson is on ihe grand and Mr. Bagnal on the petit jury. Delicious, Fra-gra...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 23 March 1887

THLURMAN ON 'lifE WAR. What He ThInkv o1 the Retaliation Bill and or the President. "Do you auticipate a collision with Can ada or Great Britain?" "Hardly. Such a thing i; possible. but not probable. Negotiations will eventually intervene." "What do vou think of the course (f the Canadian government '" "Waiving the eersideration of all treaty rights. stipulations and restrictions, and loking at the naked facts as !hey eXist. Canada exhibits a very unfriendly spirit, and is anything but neighborly." "The Senate bill. as well as the House bill, conferred a very wide discretion upon President Cleveland, did it not'?" "I have only read them in a general way, but the Senate bill seemed quite as sweep ing in conferring discretion and grave re sponsibilitV utpo the President as the House bill, except as to the railway trans portation. .l.c. "Isn't it something unusual for pohuemus to confer such important powers upon an opponent as the Senate bill sought to con fer upon President Cleveland...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 30 March 1887

OL. Aii MN NIN(. i I EN ( OUN"' E. ( DN ES1D- k. ACI I .IS7 NOi15 it is quite comon to hear compitt of the worthlessness Of at trge pro tion of the commerciad fertilizers sold to farmers. That sonie of these complaints are well founded there is little doubt. That many more are unreasonable and 'ust is utnite probable. Miny farmers t that the fertilizers of lteZ1 years are o good as those of ten or twelve r more back. L-tus look into tihe matter a little. The average farmer ju es of the merits er qunality o a i rtiir by the effects of tile samie on the Crop to which it was applied. Indeed, thi" is. the only way he can safely detertaiue whether a feritilizer has retirned i tai perccntage on the investment. hut how often is it true that the crop grows oif .nieely and everything appears to pronsew a good vield, and at last some casualty of drought, or wet or frost, cuts off the crop. During the early, and probably the middle stages of growth, the farmer is pleased with the fertilzcr; bu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 30 March 1887

WEDNEZDAY, M.RCH 30, 1887. 1. . DINKINS, Editor. The efforts of the Manning Guard to raise the necessary wherewith to! uniform themselves, are meeting with substantial and flattering encourage ment. Our citizens, appreciating the laudable enterprise they are striving to accomplish, have responded liberal ly to their request, and contributed generously. They have, many of them, ot nly given freely themselves, but hae exerted their influence to induce others to give. Notably is this the em with one or two of our mer chante, as will be seen by the list of donations published elsewhere. Oth er of our merchants have worked to the same end and the result of their labors will prove more or less success fuL To all of them the members of the Guard are supremely grateful, and especialy do Messra. M Levi and S. Wolkoyiskie merit their gratitude for what they have acomplished. A goodly amount of the contribu tio consist of avariety of valuable and useful articles to be sold at the Pair to be gi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 30 March 1887

THE MANNING TI E WEDNESDAY, MARPCiS 3T, 1837. TERMS OF sLSCURI'i10: One Year, in Advance si. or $2.00 0 che Eipiration of Six Months. Advertisements.-Per Square, first ia sertion, $1.00. Each subsequent insertion. 50e. po' Contract Advertising at reduce tatesL Gen. R W. Moise was in town las week. Hon. E. R. Plowden, Jr., was il town last Friday. Monday is salesday. See the tract of land advertised to be sold. The way to deserve patronage is t< advertise. Our merchants have no got their names in the paper. WHY WILL YOU cough when Shilho'i Cure will give impiediate relief. rice 1 cts., 50 ets., and $1. Dr. G. Allen Huggins. cur populai dentist, has his office fitted up afte the latest style of elegance and com fort. *Next Friday is the day advertisee for the examination of teachers- It if very likely to be the only examipatior this year. Representative James E. Tindal ha been invited to address a meeting o the farmers at Orangeburg on the first Monday in April. Mr. Ben Harvin was ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 30 March 1887

TUE PRINCE OI THE CHURCH. &lo tlie Red 1lat of the Cardinalate i% Bestowi iU pon the Select. The elevation of the America.i Arch bishop Gibbons to the position of Cardi nal of the Roman Catholic Church a year ago. and the impressive ceremony which took place at Rome last week are notable events in the religious history of this country. The new eardinal, an adopted son of the South, possesses, to the highest degree, the respect and esteem of all sects, and the brief de scription now given of the proceedings of the Consistory at which the red hat was bestowed upon him will prove inter esting. The ceremonial was held in the main hall of the Vatican in front of the Papal Throne. In semi-circular form around this was arranged the chairs for the Cardinals, presenting a scene picturesque in the extreme. The auditory was thronged with a favored assembly, ad mitted by cards, and made up of the most noted people in the Holy City. The Pope, clad in white, with a face beaming with benevolen...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 6 April 1887

- -Id AA I'M1 M A~ ~ N VYS C.A NIsi) article. It Is 11,!y:_' 0 W "Zabouts fae v lu 'esirmal ore irreleventsta n :tr, whe dodges theis, " uc Vk I con~gratul ate i;1. L.:vr, upo1 haiving' riso ta h.Nr1ce6en his pKos io bo s 11e "smart" re t still coitAues to Mahe but I attribute tlds p: to y loaded hin:. L.e h11oo0 wha- "hey 0 in his gun wihou: no-.s xAtie is lead or daugh- i o.: First, he savs: -Cal t.T n the cry of eatch tiC! uoard of *'gricult'. -d :,n .lat&. h~~-clf - sors. The cCmiittee v .: nmes to ecnstitt : agriculture kuow hv.. %ittri:. i this assertion, i '-eUeaamxe myself for any position, ex.,: t _ 't trnstce of an agriculturc -: caenot be shown that am "a pointed office-seeLker, -who c.'- in. for I have never a.-ked fur a, ofilee ;uy life. He next quozts srom my .m at the April Cvnvcntion, toi, e t.atv, am "self-confesd a i i management of LIy ow arI" a lows,- "I have been inZl and higher as fahr fe ieat cotton crop 1 o g l : even pay n t a o s debt. and "id:' e a t. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 6 April 1887

TW'IM --tc WUDAY, APRIL 6, 1887. d ri .S, DINKINS, Editor. IX b The Sate Military is expected in al Charleston on the 26th instant at the t unveiling of the Calhoun Monument. a At one time Charleston appeared to t( jntetionaly neglect to invite the ti contry soldiers. This arose from the c< fact that it was supposed the commit- d te of uragements would have to t provide for their entertainment, el which would have been a mammoth e undertaking for even such a hospita- o We place as Charleston. Bt this has g 1lbeen explained away, allaying any q little anger that might have arisen' n Te Adjutant-General with private as- n sistance will arrange tents, etc., suffi- d cien, for the fall comfortof the sol dier . They.wi be tere and their frienudsAlong with them. From all ove the State the military will visit q (6alestoon this memorable occa- a sion. Clarendon has three Compan ies and will contribute one commad t at least to the gand parade expected- ti CoL. Jud B. Jones one of the ( pa...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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