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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 6 April 1887

PHOTOGRAPHER Will be in Manning -on Monday and several davs there after Mr. Thus. -whoss an -experisneed photographer who has been in Sumter for some t time. This is tbe oppertunity to have pictures. good and true taken. A new postoffice is very much need ed by the citizens of Douglas Town ship in Salem. 'Iany of the people have to .go a distance of six miles and more, which is an extraordinary in convenience in these progressive i times. The office could be estal'lish !d with very little trouble and ensz. I It is to be hoped the authorities will consider this matter and grant the pe tition of the citizens of Douglas Township, which has been forwardtd. Capt. A. Levi has received letters from the friends of J. K. McIver, first Seargent of tle Darliugton Guards so liciting the support of his Company for Mr. VcIver for the offize of Major of the Fourth Regiment. Capt. Levi expressed hiwsel in faror of the gen tleman. He was with him at the Car olina Military Institute and has full conf...

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. — 6 April 1887

PANTER _HUNTING. DANGEROUS SPORTS IN THE WEST. Bruce Weston's Thrilling Experience in Attempting to Capture a Cub ., Alive. Bruce Weston. an i -' Arkansas hunter. followed his- d -nee on a panther's trail. and came um, vith thei where they- h! tred the game in a b dk tree. The flige wa- so thick and the shadows :o deep in the timber that it was some time before Weston aseov ered the panther. It iay between two branches forty feet from the ground. and clung so c1pseiy to the boughs that none but the racticed eye of the hunter wouIdhavi detected its presence. \\Wes- I ')n af once recognized in the crouehig figure a panther's eub. and was on ti' point of sendinga rile ball thro;. its .b'i EtZ C iem' r ~ffer of twenty dollar- that i the setticen'nt haL made f . her. and lie rCsolved to Capture this 0 .n ecure the twentv dnlhrs. Takn, WS lasso fromat his 11. s s 'I. an'. h his long knife in hi 1et for uo m an emergency. lie climbed the tree- le reached the lower branchs of the re and. sw...

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. — 13 April 1887

'I 'VOL.~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Owl-ANV;- RN)N 'UTS CWJNSAY P1 3187 O 7 a X- - OF. L. Ju:i: Thie ?a:n?er-s eanp gn '.. now fairly begun. H S plans h re tsils ftiliy maturedl. To excnt th i n)w the matter of s1rmin rt -ow often fail re cOM.es jut at tLis 1int: Men who can t1 vou just hw a thng should be dOne f"7-n lIU t'I capacityt others do i: t imo .Te thing call. " far-reaching andiprai~-evr avoeatio-! ow 'Ci: e em farmer! He rast =: . stock, machines, niaurns, - l- e various kinds; he mustig , t storms, ran, ficods, dr::" e blights, rusts, ruildesn . great many distetc t: to worR togethr foraiv e:a. 11 multifarious fhe operatiors which inhal y terminate in a bale of ofcorn! Ardyct w eareto ti,.n can be a farmer. Tes. y one: ca puL seeds in the groundM ay oue can hoe grass, any oL. e . ca*al .i- : pow bu" is that all-? When to pahwt plant, what to to plow. 'Wrhat.breth oE what discriining . > demand! Let the :. e"tls w Lkt qualiies go to th citi t cur has r2 place for ilecm. But to m...

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. — 13 April 1887

T IANIMG TIMES. WEDESDAY; APRIL 13, 1987. B.S. DINKINS, Editor. INEXCUSAELE LAWLESSNESS The lynching of the five negroes in York, the account of which is pub lished elsewhere, is a crimson stain upon the county of York, and adds another blot upon the fair name of the State. It was without excuse, and is a worse murder than the crime for which the five wrotches were sum marily punished. The court was in esion at the time. The preponder ance of Ithe evidence was clearly against the prisoners and with public sentiment high in opposition their conviction was a foregone conclusion. Indeed it seemed impossible for Giles Goode, Bailey Dowdle, Prindley Thompson, Mose Lipscomb and Dan Roberts to escape conviction for the murder of young Goode on th6 30th of last November. But at a time when a day or two at the fartherest would have seen these parties sen tenced to the gallows, up steps a band of undisguised men, who in open de fiance of all law, order, and peace, break open the county jail, ...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 13 April 1887

THE MANNING TIMES. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 13, 1887. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: One Year, in Advance $1.50. or $2.00 at ihe Ei.piration of Six Months. Advertisements.-Per Square, first in sertion, $1.00. Each subsequent insertion. 50e. _i& Contract Advertising at reduced rates. New Advertisements. Spectacles-H. Hirschberg. Photographer's Notice.- T. Moss. Notice of Discharge.-Mrs. Hicks. Easter Sunday heralded in earnest the opening of spring. Miss Sallie Levi is spending the holidays of the Sumter Convent at home. Mrs. John W. DuRant, Mrs. y. F. Carraway, and Mrs. John W. Nelson, oiWilliamsburg, are visiting relatives in town. The names of the variou commit tees of ladies assisting at the Fair reached this office too late for publi cation this week. A Fresh supply Hun Kee Tea Sample packages 10cts. at Dinkins & Co's. They tax bachelors in Switzerland, for thev think the married men are taxed enough already. We are requested to announce that Rev. W. G. Rollins will preach in the Mannin...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 13 April 1887

THE JEWS IN RUSSIA. Representatives of a Persecuted Race Who Are Hated and Hunted by the I'eople. When a Russian sees three men with gaunt faces, long priestly coats danghng at their heels and-a lock of hair hanging over each ear, he says, "Iore govern ment spies. "' These Polish Jews should not be confounded with the thrifty Jews of America. They are another class of people. Their features. their manners, the cut of their hair, and the fashion of their clothing are difierent from what one is accustomed to see in New York. The number of blondes among them is surprisingly large. They seldom travel alone, but in compamies roam the plains of Russia and Poland, ever talking, ever restless; watched, feared and hated; and they in turn ever watching, ever hating, are never afraid, yet distrust ever lurks in their finely chiseled faces, The general opinion expressed by the Russian is that while Polish Jews are spies by nature, they have remarkable gifts for business, and that when one o, f ...

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. — 20 April 1887

I pu 4V7 v~~~~ ~ ~ ~ 0 .CAI'DJ )Y 0 The, State Dept' et Iof Agr".icalturc has received and tabu th''e 4Pril is" reports o.f its s:CaL correspm These retuns cover every countv m tuc'' State and o;cr one-lf the townshi. AILEA IN NVIEAT AND\ OATS. Estimates based upon- these rports show that the ure , n e a n - creased three per ce--. over the area o' 1886. The conLi u 1:, reportca at 1 per cent. better ha t sameo tim ast vear, but 5 p age crcp. T 2 ar. : in . s a' d crease of 1L8s ;, it 1 I r It is r . oat crop wa n : sen tv four ot the cr d r'r Ih early sowing in c' r e i t that sown in the spring hi e hu dred and thirtreven con!Sidr t-"-- laCIt crop the mo) c. rn'nMg. The core -xponents c:,im..r ' about 3 per cent. of tl_'w drilled, th; balance of v c:op b broc2asted; adi reic ith ver few cxct''e show oi't 'he coc of the g".in howu .r t1 e ter than tht mal prt' u 'n au drilled. is ented ihc per c of the wheat crop was'ca w.i I :zi-. The condition of horses and o:e work animals is re...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 20 April 1887

TH MA1ThIflM TIYES.: WEDNESDAY, APRIL 20. 1887. B.S. DINKINS, Editor. Senator Youmans, of Barnwell, is out again in Monday's .\ a/ ('ou rier in repgy to Captain B. R. Tillinan's last article attacking the opposition side of the late Senate to the farmer's agricultural bill, proper. Senator Youmans writes with cutting logic. So does Captain Tillman, whose coin monplace and almost comical illustra tions and comparisons hit hard and square. The primary point at issue between them, "The Farmer's Move ment," is a subject which at one time excited the whole State, and created considerable animus among certain individuals, and even communities. It is a pleasure to note that this ill-will entertained by neighbor against neighbor, is fast being obliterated, and men are beginning to look dispassion ately, with a practical sensible eye on this important question. This is well and as it should be, and the only fuel remaining to keep smouldering this once rabid flame, is the acrimonious K discus...

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. — 20 April 1887

THE MANNIGTIMFE. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 20, 1887. TEItS 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. 50e. ..' Contract Advertising at reduced Tates. THE FAIR OF THE MANNING GUARD. When the huge clock on the watch 'ower of the imposing Town Hall peals forth the hour of the reign of ghosts -and goblins to-night, the beautiful -vision of the Manning Guard will be realized. They will then be the pos -sessors of bountiful means to procure -their long coveted uniforms. From humble citizens the gallant Manning -Guard will find themselves the pride -of the town and envied by all the mil .itary companies of the county. And -well do they deserve their triumph. .Laboring with a good will, day after -day for weeks past, with the gen erous :assistance of the citizens of the town and county, and the patriotic ladies, they truly merited success and have achieved it. This, the morning...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 20 April 1887

GENEr.AL NEMS NOTES. Ietumn of Interest Gathered froni arlotim Quarters. Col. Mosby-s book will be published on April 29. The B eecher memorial fund now anmunItS to $7,151.16. Governor H1ll of New York la. vetoed the high-iicnse bill. A prarie fire in Dakota tiestroved lo. 000 worth of property. At Bordentown. N. I.. the city election resulted in favor of the Democrats. Paul Bovrton is going to star with Bar I 111111. with hi slile paddle and rubber suit. The tailors emplyed by three nrin Chicago are on the. treet. Dr. MGlynn has started on a lectuing tour throughout the conntrv. For the first time in Paris slre 1n Easter Monday was kept as a close holid y. Harriet Beecher Stowe will not g o Florida as reported. John C. Eno is known in Montreal as the king of American boodlers. Only a very few hairs still sadly linger en the Prince of Wales bare-footed head. Sam Smail has g0ne to Forida to recruit his health for the ne xt evangeiizing seasou. A large mass mice:ing of citizens was he...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 27 April 1887

~~Vr On Mi-- I-. - VOL.~~~1 JI.MYI(q(L\ 0 ONY S. C., WEDNESDAY, ARIlL 271IS. O 9 "OTOF THItM' OWLMN Senator Youni: . -t Assertion, by Vot i- r *i :>ta Tillma N' spu>. iIie Prom :h~e Nas a1 uw tain Tiuman in his rCply to my letter soke of myl riounderng and dodging a said it Was funnv to see how I about faced, etc. Leaving the application of this language to the judg ment of thc publie, T sal merely re mark, if Captain i saw anv iun in my las lttrt mu-t ove f en of a very peeuia kind to p which the coe o f A e ranged irom the hewes a-1' e he claimed, would not ope a m when they ought to have doue 3o a thus prevented his success as a f.er, down to the tampering of the ahil, who enticed him in debt and worked tinaeial failure. He says I shot whatever they put in my gun, not knowi-g whe:'r it was lead or dough, true or fase. Captain Tillaen furnished ne:ely all o my ammunition, and not onl he but the public will have ample oppoxtunity to judge of its truth or falsity after the per...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 27 April 1887

THE MA1'NIN T1S. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 27, 1887. B. S . DINKINS, Editor. THE FAIR OF THE MANN!NG GUARDS. The town of Manning has never, nor is it likely that it will again in a long time, witness a gayer, happier, more brilliant scene than the occasior of the Fair of the Manning Guards. It was a success, full and complete, a success beyond even the expectations of its most sanguine promoters. The Guards are delighted, their friends are jubilant and join with them in making merry over their victory. As a preliminary to the Fair, the target shooting arranged between the Hampton Light Dragoons, the Connr Mounted Rifles, and the Guards, took place on Wednesday afternoon before a large crowd, the friends of the re spective companies. A team of ten men from each command was selected and a silver goblet inlaid with gold. vas put up by the Guards to be awared ed to the team making the largest score. The Guards, to the surprise of a great many, were the winners, nak me a score of 132 out of a pos...

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. — 27 April 1887

THE iLiANN1G TICII WE ESDAY, AP 27, 7 TERMS OF SUlllSCltRiGON: One Year. in Advance $1.50, or S2.60 the Eytpiriot~cn -if Six Months. Adv-iewnts.- I'r Sq-i.rv. firSt it sertion, . Each snbscect insert~Ir.. 50e. ;7ir Crimet. Advernising at reduce rates. Our happiet citizcuis now are th Mannin- 1uards. Mr. Samuel J. Clark advertises 1i new Saloon to-day. T. Moss, the Photographer, has lef Manning for Georgetown. Mr. J. J. Bragdon. Trial Justice a Foreston, was in town Monday. Mr. W. K. Bell went to Candec Monday. Ho has not yet retur.ed. J. S. Wilsonl, Esq., will go to Kings tree Friday, as referee in an iwport ant case. Dr. A. J. Briggs was among tlc ex cursionists that tOk the !ain at Man ning for Charleston Monday eve:g The cold Mondar sig At was re:nark able for the time of the year. T,. se: riously damaged the early corn cr-p Miss Emma Eichelberger is at hom again after a protracted absence. Sh< has been engaged in teaching schoo at Manville, Sumter County. Call and have your e...

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. — 27 April 1887

GE-NERAL NEI S NOTES. Items c Interett Gathered from inriouc Quarter. Ex-Congressman A. J. Weaver. of Ne braska, is dead. John C. Breckeni idgec wil be perpetuated I in bronze at Lexingte-n. K%. The German Crown Prince h (yim: of a cancer of the tongue. President Eliot. o. Harvard. is doing tSicily and Southern Earop. John A. Roach, the new 3Mayor of Chi cago, has been formally installed in oilice. The island of Guer-cy was shaken by an carthqake. Three more constables have resizned il Ireland rather than take part in evictions. Agent Joyce is suitr- the '1ar Clanricarde for dal00 damages I' a Alexander MTichei, President of Chicago, 3ilwaukee atnd St. Paul rail. died in New York on Tucsday. The fifteenth and last reported bailut i; Tallahassce stood: Perry 46, Bloxham 40. blank 1. The 3Massae-lwsetts Hlouse haZS ssei 11he high license bill to a.third reanig. Vote. 18$ to 89. James G. Blaine has arrived in Chica-O. He has completely recovered from his lte illness. The French corn la...

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. — 4 May 1887

'-3 VOL. IlLMANNIN6 ('LAREI)ON CONTY, S. C., WED)NESDAY, -MAY 4, 17 O 0 CALOU.N UNVEILED. G RiAN V 'I Vl0 X LND) - MAI; NilICENT CELEBATION. S t r e e r--ittiUZni. " Great Proc eion--Other E'- of th'e Day. (From tie _e-* v nd , . o; ri r. ..pi ) Robed in sunshine, redolent with the varied perfumes of her numerous gar dens fanned hither and iLither by ex hilarating brcezes from the aeCa, Charles ton, re iing inl of i bay, m a mos: g v.ciComce t herguesson C-d'is oy balmy. It was ial the h.ets adi combined to make a giorio)uu. a perCect day. The heavy rains of MounJay had washed thae paved streets as clean as a new floor, showing off to great advant age this wonderful work of Mayor Courtenay's administration, and giving the soldiers the best marching route to be found in the country, while the rain and wind together had eool-d the air so as to make military exercise a pleasur rather than a fatigue. Man :cemed I unison with the ekments, and 'rom ear."% dawn, when curious visitors began...

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. — 4 May 1887

THE NAlNING T~ES. WEDNESDAY,, MAY 4, 1887. B. S. DINKINS, Editor. THE FARMERS'ENCAMPMENT. One of the latest devised plans which is most conducive to the im provement of the farmers of the State is the proposed Inter-State Farmers' Summer Encampment, appointed near Spartanburg for August '2nd, 3rd, 4tb, 5th, and 6th. It is the result of the combined efforts of friends of agricul ture, and is under the auspices of the Patrons of Husbandry of Alabama, Tennessee, Georgia, North Carolina, and South Carolina. The object of the Encampment as stated in the pros pectus "is that the producing class.-s "all over the country may meet .nnu "ally in friendly rivalry and coinpeti 'tion for the purpose of displayiug '"what each has wrought during the "year. Such gatherings are highly "beneficial, not only because they af "ford all an opportunity of beholding "what has been done, but rather be "cause it is amid such surroundings "that the flagging energies and droop "ing aspirations of the multitude...

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. — 4 May 1887

THE MArING TMEs. ____ 11:!N ES9.. Y MAY 4, 1887 " TERMS OF SUBSCRIE1TION: One Year, in Myance $1.50. or $2.00 at the Lxpiraion of Six Months. Advertisements.-Per Square, first in sertion. $1.0 Eacli subsequent insertion. 50e. - Contract Advertising at reduced rates. Dr. J. H. McLaurin, of Wedgfield, was in to %in Saturday. Mr. Joseph Sprott, Sr., L-.s been - r a number of days. ..? M.Frank, cf 76 Coming Street, is authorized to m!-ke advertising cor tracts and receive subscriptions for theTMi.s, in Charleston. The County Coimnissioners have re- V plastered the cort room and the jury 1 rooms, which adds much to the ap pearance of the Court House. Sam Jones want.- - see a man who driaks whiskey and never told a lio y about it. Mrs. Susan Moore 1' the finest garden in town. She has been eating headed cabbage for some time. Vhere are the sign boards Mr. In- v tendant, which l'ave been made to mark the streets uf the towz? The picnic seascn with its unparal lelled opportunities for the t...

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. — 4 May 1887

GENERAL NEWS 30TES. I'ems_[oi Interest Gathered from iarlou Quarters. Dom Pedro, Emperor of Brazil, is seri ously ill. A dangerous ileod prevailS at EvIusviie. 31arrland. The mountains near Lxnciburg, Va. were covered with -nvow Tuesthy mor nog. A large anti-coeci-on mueeting ws held in Cincinnati hist night. Roscoe Conklin:: is talked of for the pres idency of the New York Athletic Club. Fire gutted 22:3 to ei Canal street NewI York, last night. No fatalitles. Loss not stated. James G. 3laine and family pax Sed through Albany. N. Y., Wednceday. 1ound for Augusta, 3aine. Bloxhan 1. P-rry :3.Pasco 1t. :ia tering 12, Goodrich 13. was the vote m Tallahassee vdne iiiday. Thirteen lrish cnStables, o ie V cently resigned, .ili sail for America t morrow. Lieutenant John N W. Ihnehower .s buried Sunday wit,h niitary honors at Os wego, N. Y. The trial .1. Ii. Vincnt,. the dcfaut ing State Tre--uarer of Alabama. has been postponed to .I uy. The Rus -'n vnment has dee-d't to recall Count Sei'a...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 11 May 1887

xik A 0 .co ' I l lr ' i -n, ( w . L. JO:t it ' The night with gr.ss now fairlv begun. t is properly done, suCess is C the struggle spt be Because the itt-e g-s - the farmer -:3 ;es -e -i and he is tempted to go hastily and perhaips ci. loose dirt fror o or p does not smother the youn . the first rain unco.ers it and st imlAte to rapid growth. Where is the fanner of any experience who snot felt the power of '_Iay" grass? it cones u. round the cotten p."1t a hufs i ly; it sends its roots do -y the manure inteade tLi' c k: C L grows With amazi -1- Ih it, the dirt s ait to ro m t'ic cotton and the Iatte fs v, or hand is de;aved to Lil i7i T time to strangle the Cemo i -kill it by the time or .efor 10 reacihes the surface. The lighe sli'test stir ring of the soil will then asro it Hence t'e excellent work of thle harrow if started in time. It will kill Uhe grass but not the cotton. But is mos lie started i t -jts the co~-n is coming up; it mt strike as the later is aL-o comngnq u!;,ter ...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 11 May 1887

THE IANI1NG TflES. WEBNESDAY, MAY It, 1887. B. S. DINKINS, Editor. Capt. F. W. Dawson, editor of the N'ews and Cuurier arrived in New York last week from the old country, whither he has bcen for several months. His return was timely as the following editorial paragraph in the New York Sun demanded his at tention: "Who that didn't know the 'fact would suppose that not more "than a dozen years ago Mr. F. W. "Dawson, editor of the Charleston ".Yews and Courier was the seedy ap "plicant and pensioner of the South "Carolina thieves." Captain Dawson expressed himself as highly incensed at the uncalled-for attack of the Sun upon his personal character, and in timated his intention to sck redress through the Courts. Subsequently he entered suit against the Sun fir $100.000 damages. The able editor of the Yews and Courier returns home wearing the ribbon of the Order of St. Gregory the Great, given to him by Pope Leo XIII, for his crusade against the Code Duello. The criminal code of the Stat...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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