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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 11 May 1887

THE 1WNING TIES. WEDNESDAY, MAY 11. 2037. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: One Year, in Advance $1.50, or $2.00 at Lhe Erpiration of Six Months. Advertisements.-Per Square, first in sertion, $1.00. Each subsequent insertion. 50z. p7W Contract Advertising at reduced rates. Hon. E. R. Plowden, Jr,, has been quite sick. The Best! "The Manning Guards" Cigar, 5 cents, at Dinkins & Co's. A few more lamps on Dinkins Street is the request of a number of citizens. M. C. Galluchat, Esq., of Atlanta. is still kept in Manning by the illness of his brother. Jos. Galluchat, Esq., is e.uremely ill. His physician has little hope of his recovery. Mr. Joseph Sprott, Sr., has recov ered from his severe illness mention ed last week. It is reported that the bail stormi Sunday was terrific in the neighbor hood of Summerton. Dr. S. C. C. Richardson spent sev eral days last week with his sister, Mrs. Colclough of Sumter. A delightful smoke; "The Manning Guards" 5 cents Cigar at Dinkins & Co's. Major P. G. Be...

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. — 11 May 1887

.Iu stt V, A.1sce . a - 1n mJ ne t - 'Lion. he ad r'*,*am .in, The "'c'u, - 1 I jopr - -c .Tuae \e 31.hn h brerX E i n its weekiv ct i the FaCn v 11 ;.e the t ta 141 ba res. -aa'4 L'i. re- bales T' t toul receuts sit . 1z" ocln bales for the. sz ,Z ;r~':Of '' showi dan 1ThmS(, of 82, b.,* The \ewo ; -ne1e, a of 37.8,e tta .- r-c' ua v e to G r at agat 2e '.- , ee , 15483 bale the e s :ee mkigt total Sales s 'e the 'o , bales for th s sowing an'~ iessneSpebr oafe :378c bac s h 2, ' er t Greta Brmn, ne 1pr83 to? th e cut wee3n r -- : delier hataia1 bles 1'en in t lr XP suce eOS-rptixa . ~ t4 fare t same t- Ia: e' O bale uTheea . a nr:s a iec bales; as com ::-- '.e m eiat 186an incre.e basa om pared with t1~ eerA. ?ndnig La"te of. fcomipaa. i . .n the same pn c - ;i . .e '.1' m~'-s at the sxne to iin l 7' uale less tanr tie so- U, : :: :r sana same im le .I era : 681' 5: basorh ieneoe 18's - is ' oI " - I in C 1. . wat- s :u the receipsa - 0 P l' t 0 wer 1....aeIC'atuuaow el fro plnanr...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 18 May 1887

VOL. III MANNING, CLARENDON COUNTY, S. C., WEDNESDAY, MAY 18, 1887. NO. 22, ALL ABOUT TlE 'APTISTS. MEMBERSHIP OF THE CHURCH IN THE SOUTHERN STATES. The Session- in Louisville of Repreen'Ita tives of the Immense 3Icnbership-Im portant Features of the Convention Sight-Seeing and Business Meetings. (Letter to the Augusta Chronicle.) According to the latest returns, which have been recently made up from official sources, there are in the fourteen South ern States and the Indian Territory 2,050,985 Baptists. Of these 1,065,171 are white, and are in accord with the body known as the Southern Baptist Convention. This is the body whose ses sions have been held in the beautiful brown stone edifice of the Broadway Church. The building is of ornate de sign and modern architecture, and ranks with the churches of which Drs. Hemp hill and Willitts are pastors, as among the finest and most costly religious edi fices of the South. Through three daily sessions the spacious auditorium has been fille...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 18 May 1887

THE MANNING TIMES. WEDNESDAY, MAY 13, 1887. B. S. DINKINS, Editor. Court Proceedings. The court convened Monday morn ing promptly at 10 o'clock. Only six teen of the Grand Jiiurors answered to their names. The Petit Jurors turn ed out better, thirty-four out of the 36 being present. There is a peculiar attraction about the Court for the or dinary public. The dull season and busy time on the farms failed to keep these curious sight-seers at home. 'They were present in numbers, and especially was this the case with the colored part of our. population. It is remarkable what attractions the Court possesses to a curious public -and thrice a year they c:ast away business and care and haste tc greet the welcome sound of the criers voice as he proclaims the opening o the oyer and terminer. The charge of Judge Kershaw to the Grand Jury as might be expected, was clear, brief concise, and pointed. During the morning, the following cases were passd -on by the Grand Tury; Th Statf vs. Dick, alia...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 18 May 1887

~1 WEDNESDAY, MAY 18, 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. ..g Contract Advertising at reduced rates. Fish fries and picnics are now the order of the day. The Best! "The Manning Guards" Cigar, 5 cents, at Dinkins & Co's. Mrs. Emma McKnight, of the New Zion neighborhood died last week, af ter a long illness of dropsy. nrt house square has recent eatly improved by the Town 8 trimming the trees. Major P. Z. Carraway who has been at St. Stephens for several days, re- 1 turned to Manning last Sunday night. s In another column is a well written condensed biography of the Rev. L. D. Bass, copied from the Sumter Ad V ce. b I The little son of Mr. and Mrs. Hen- J ry R. Strange, formerly of this Coun ty, now of Wedgefield, died Thursday I night, the 12th instant. T "Young folks will be young folks" as our worthy clerk of court can testify from ...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 18 May 1887

LINES ON MEMORIAL DAY. 1y 1oN. V. /. EfrNER. The tenth of May. Memorial Day Of those who nobly died for nought, Returns again, but b:ings no st:Lin Toshamethee ause for wi .ch they fouht. In each low dale and s- ing vale Of this briLht and 'emituilad There sleeps in iight som. iole knight, Who grandly fell u ith sword in hand. Along each rill :and on eich nill That "entlv rises 'e h l1 There sleep' in d-t a: To us, sot' e:illuan so'r sin. By ocean tie .r1 maontain Side Our heros feIl in ti ckt lIt And there thcy ret. tir -piit, blest. In the realm of hea.venly 1*lit. Then, matrons sear ina"dMens fair, Go where the woodin, echo ring. Then coie and crown ch l alloowedl mound With the sweetest :owers of spring. Go serch each nave and secret cave To find where lie your gallant dead. And crown the grave that died to save You from oppression's ruthless tread. Bring, too, the wreath from Southern heath And lay it gently at the head Of tomb of Lee, whose spirit free Still leads ! ; sainted,...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 25 May 1887

VOL. III. MANNING. C LARENDON COUNTY, S. C., WEDNESDAY, MAY 25, 1887. NO. 23, SOME DARK TEACINUS. ~LATATION NMI1T SCHOOL FOl NEGROES BEFORE THE WAlR. Some Entertaining Recollections of th Times Before the Civil War. (From New York Commercial .dveriscr. Asiswellknown, it was held to b against good policy in the South, in th old days, that the slaves should be taugb to read. To teach them was, in fact prohibited by law in most of the States It would be an error to suppose, how ever, that none of them were so taught For the master of the plantation was, h many ways, an absolute monarch-vcr; farm a sort of kingdom-and thesi potentates chose to judge for themselve how strict should be their obedience t( general laws, how far they would allov themselves to be controlled by the Legis lature in the internal economy of thei little principalities. Southern planters were in the harbit o having such of their slaves taught t< read as they chose-law or no law. I myself, at the age of twelve, w...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 25 May 1887

TXMING TIXZ.' WEDNESDAY, MAY 25, IS3 B. S. DINKINS, Editor. PLAIN FAGTS. It is a fact, however inpicasant it - admission may be,, that the town of Manning fails far short of being IIe bnsiness place its advantages and op portunities give room for, and asa consequence, there is a lack of pros perity, manifestedly apparent, in ve rv business or trade or priession "Trade is dull," "hard times," and similar gloomy mutterings are uni al among merchants and those of t e other avocations depending on patronage. 'Tis true these are otyped phrases to be heard the worl I over, but in Manning they have a special significance. Oar town is not progi-essing but is at a stand-still or even retrograding. Wlih a co-uty like Clarendon, its resourcc peo by an industrious, vigorous popuhe there must be some ca-ase, and that can be remedied, to pr-oduccCt stagnation in business. Thc enquir-r will fnd two grievances that have inil itated against the growth of this t6wn and county. First and paramont, the...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 25 May 1887

THE HvAMINGI T411,1aZ WEDNESDAY, MAY 25. IST IERMS OF SVRBZ('i" ) : One Year, in alv::.ne S 1 . , -2.; :i dhe E piration of Six :.Iont:s. sertion, :1.00O. -- Contract Adwvrtising at rates. Dr. S. C. C. Riehardson, we reckon, the iinezst corn Crop in U county. Rev. Jame-. NcDowell pr 0-e a Tirzah ai unpastorated ch urch in Sura r county, last Sunday. The account of the Grove S o )ienic in last week's Trs, h have been published !as a com tion. The season fo r o-tI cutting-ls ab. arrived. From the widnaw TDIFS OfdCr is a p.tch sUffer ig for reaper. Sevcral of the N cun- mien of Tn ning attended agrm :dh s ence of Cpt. A. 'U. Brai)Vr A I ton on Friday evening last. Married on Sunday the sth int,( 4" by Trial Justice J. W. Fleming, Xr. John Corbett, of Sumter county, to: Miss Hariet A. Evans, of Clareaden county. Mr. J. W. McLeod has been draiwn on the grand jury to serve at the July term of the-. United States District Court, which convenes at CharlestoI. Dinkins & Co. ar egc-nts fo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 25 May 1887

A GEORGIA IEW. The Curous Comments of some People on the Dicharge of mackwood (From the Atlanta Constitution.) The governor has as yet received no ap- t plication for a requisition for F. A. Black wood, the much-fought-over forger wno is now under arrest in Aiken county. Souit-h Carolina. It will be remembered that whnen Black wood's application for a writ of liabeas t corpus was decided in his favor, instead of t being turned loose, he was pacet upon South Carolina soil. but. by a strange coi.1 cidence. right within reach of some South Carolina constables. who had warr.ats fr hisarrest. It was supposed that im.ediately after his arrest application for a requisitlon r would be made by the Auguta atherme. But so far there are no evidencs ot ay i such action. The decisiou of Judge loney in ti::'. case seems to amuse a good many miember- of the profession in Atlanta. They say that the only question before the cuu:t was the - legality of the arrest of the prisoner, and that that questio...

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

VO.1IANNING. CL A ENDONS COU NTY, S. C., W EDNESDAY J 88s NO. 24. Vol-J IIIA T I THIS Ai.I.-DIOlRTANT MAT 'E1. A Careful Revit..- of the Co:dUtion 0. Scwhools as Learne by in-ti" a Win Leading People inL this Sectioi. F:-om th-e ':,tuimere An The Imev. William F. Slocum, of the First Congregational Church, returned on Saturday night from an extended trip of several weeks' duration in, the Southern States, where he was e gaged a imvestigatimg the conditions of edu0a tion, particularly colored 'tols Among the places visited were ; ton, Savannah, Jack-Uvilie, Fl.t, New Orleans, Jackson, -Miss., and Talladega, Ala. Besides visiting the publiu .iihol from lowest to highest grade, ad tLe various colleges, an interview v.::3 had with the Governor of Missis:,ippi, '. ius city authorities, State educatio coM missioners and othevs. 'Mr. S eum said: "I found every where a stro:e ing that the colored people must a ed ucated. The New South has no oubts on this questicu. In most cases i p;nary ed...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 1 June 1887

The antipathy of Southerners to af filiate with the colored race was exhi bited at the National Capital during the Inter-National drill. The Vicks burgSouthrons and Memphis Zouaves refused to parade in the ranks with colored companies, and returned home. The occasion was the grand parade and in the arrangement of the proces sion these two companies were placed in the direct rear of c.ored troups. Not the dome of the majestic Capitol nor the President's smiling favors to "bis pets" was sufficient to overcome the innate prejudice of these natural Southerners. Here their course is respected, and the like may at any time be expected 'till another century rolls itself into the past, if not forever. The Washington Post of the 26th instant, says: Within half an hour after the of fended compaiiies had marched off in dignantly to their tents, the Presid ent of the United States was shaking hands cordially with those same col ored soldiers and welcoming them to the White House. (ROWTH OF CHRI...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 1 June 1887

TEE MANGING TIMES. . WEDNESDAY. JUNE 1. 1887. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: One Year, in Advance $1.50, or $2.00 at the Expiration of Six Months. Advertisements.-Per Square, first in Sortion, $1.00. Each subsequent insertion. 50c. pl! Contract Avertising at reduced rates. Mh Thomas N Tobias had his col ar bone broken Sunday by his mule falling on him. The outside of to-day's Tams is a recapitulation of the news of the State for the past week. Mr. T. S. Bonham, of Columbia, is visiting his brother, Professor W. P. W Boabam. The Enterprise has made the rear of Mr. J. S. Plowden's store head quarters. A rake and cart utilized on the Court House squar:' would be a con siderable advantage to the looks of the place. Rachel McDuffie has been taken in charge by the Probate and his staff for the transportation of lunatics. She will be sent to the State Asylum. The hour for prayer meeting at the Methodist church on Wednesday af ternoon has been changed from 4 o'clock to 5 o'clock. The Ladies' Missio...

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. — 1 June 1887

THE NATIONAL DRILL TUe Three Important Days of the Great Military Event of the Present Year. WAsBINGToN, May :.-The competi tive drill began at 10 o'clock this morn ing. Company A. First Minnesota REC iment, was the first company to enter. They drilled well. The second company was the Eighth separate company .o Rochester, N. Y. These two ctompame1S drilled in the south oI the grvunds t00 I ,far from the grand stand to be seen to advantage. Next followed the Museatiue lifls of Iowa. They marched to tU front of the grand stand, saluted the judges and began to drill. TheV handld their pieces well, bat .ert a little weak in foot movements. Thv were liberaliv applauded. Then followed the Grand RIapids Guards, Company A, Fir:t Bat talion Virginia teolored 'Vluteers, Southrons, Vicksburg; Compay .\. First Virginia LegimenIt. Ppulr de monstrations indie tted tha.t the Ticks burg niem and Cmpanv A, Firs't V", inia Regiment, hia won the greatest avor of the a .he co eting com panics were limi...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 8 June 1887

K kA' VOL III, MANNIN~'G,, CIAARENDONCUNY S. C., WEDNESDAY, JUNE S 8 O 5 TIMELY TOPICS F B FArRaM R HOW TO DO PAYING WORK AT THU SEASON. Suggestions of Interest. from an Author! ta~ive Source. (W. L. Jones in Soutlrn Cultivator-) Having finished planting the nail crops and got them well under way, th work of continued cultivation will ab sorb most of the time and vttention o the farmer. If the seasons during MIay in any given section, have been propiti ous, the main obje ct in view in cultivat ing the crop will be to keep the sulfaci soil in light, friable condition. Ti un thinking labUrer conceives that. the Chie end of plowing and hoeing is to preven the weeds from choking the crop. T( such a man (perhaps there are man: such) the grass and weeds are a blessint in disguise-compelling him to give th< cultivation which would be needed, evei in the absence of such a blessing. Dee plowing of growing crops is not now ii order, excepting, of course, late-pku!ntc(' fields not before we...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 8 June 1887

THE MANNING TIFZ WEDNESDAY, JUNE 8, 1887. B. S. DINKINS, Editor. EDITORIAL CANT. There are certain words and phras es, used almost exclusively by the edi torial head of newspapers, which could with greater propriety be aban doned than utilized. It is cormr.a to find such expressions as these in the average local sheet: " We are s&ry to learn that Mr. A. suffered a severe lo** *; the artiicted family have 'our warmest. ;,-nnpathy; o'urfri,' . R, * * *, or we were glad to td Mr. C.* **." The reader is perplexed to' discover whether the sheet is a private diary, a personal letter, or a publie: journal Newspapers are for every body to read. What interest has the gencral reader, who has perhaps never heard of Mr. A., in the effect of his Misfor- i tunes on the editor's feelings, or that gentleman's sympathy for the afiliet ed family of Mr. B, when the latter shifts off his mortality. Nor is it a very interesting item to te public to know who the editor is disposed to: style "ourfrien...

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. — 8 June 1887

MANNING WEBNES'SAY, JUN~E 8. 1887. TERMS OF SU BS('11'Ti0N: One Year. in Adv:-.: 31.50. or $2.i00 at the Erpiratio of Six M'nItis. Adverti*ements.-Xr sinare fst :n sertion, $1.0. Each subset:ent in tion. 50,!. pi& Contract Advertlsig tr rates. NEw ADVERMSEnENTS* Daniel Brown-Furniture. Jones of Binghamton-Seales. T.e County jail is now without a prison and the jailor loKs lonie some. The rake and cart have been used on the Court House bquare with hap py effect. Mrs. J. A. Wilson, cf Mars Biuff. is visiting her daughter, :rs. Dr. W. E. Brown. Mr. D. T. Legg,. has returned from an extended trip to Tennessee. H.eV is as jovial and merry as ever. Mrs. A. Loryea, from Mannin. is spending a few days with the iamily of Mr. B. J. Barne.-Sumter Adrance. Why not smoke the Mannin Guard Cigars-a delightful "dream er's solace"-at Dinkins & Co. Summerton was represented in Man ning Saturday, by Prof. J. C. Lanham. The TnES would have appreciated a visit from him. Mrs. J. H. McCutchen, wit...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 8 June 1887

LITTLE AH LID. Little Ah Sid Was a Chinese kid A cute little cuss, you'd declare, With eyes full of fuu. And a nose that begun Right up at the roots of his hair. Jolly and fat Was this frollIesome irat. As he played through the long summer day: And braided his cue As his father used to In Chinaland. far, far, away. Once o'er a lawn. That Ah Sid played upon, A bumble bee Ilew in the spring; " Mlican butterfly Said he with winking eye. "Me catchee and pull off umni wing Then with his cap le struck it a rap This innocent bumble bee, And put its remains In the seat of his jeans. For a pocket there had the Chince. Down on the green Sat the little sardine, t In a style that was strangely demure. And said, with a grin That was brimful of sin. "Me mashee um butterfly, sure"' Little Ahl Sid Was only a kid, Nor could you expect him to guess What kind of a bug le was holding so snug In the fold of his loose titting dress. Ah Sid cried, as he Rose hurriedly up from the spot, "Ki-yi! Yuk-a-tan: ...

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. — 15 June 1887

'Ny VOL. Ill. MANNING, CLARENDON COUNTY, S. C., WEDNESDAY, JUNE1587NO2. RAILROAD DISCRlMUNAThON. HO IT AFFECTS TtUE DEVELOI'MENT OF SOUTH CAROLINA. The Address Delivered Before the State Press Association. by Win. 31. Jones. Esq., Editor of the Spartanburg H erald. The press of South Carolina has strongly counselled diversity of crops and diversity of industry. It has done so forcibly, repeatedly, almost unani mously, but without avail. It is not my purpose to-night to adduce arguments to support the wisdom of this counsel, but to seek the cause which has made it so barren of results and to seek a remedy. UNJUST RAILROAD DISCRIMINATIOY. The prime cause of our continuance in our pernicious course lies in the policy of the railroads of unjust discrimination against our home industries in favor of their foreign competitors. HOME AND "FOREIGN" FREIGnTS. It appears on the surface that the prosperity of a railroad depends on the prosperity of the country which sup ports it. This is a part...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 15 June 1887

THE M!AING TflIZ] WEDNESDAY, JUNE 15, i887. I. S. DINKINS, Editor. r The prohibition law, of Maine, has received a rude and unexpected set back by one Michel Burns, of Augusta, Me., who brought to that city from Liverpool, a large invoice of foreign distilled liquors which he is dealig A out promiscuously. Burns bases his conduct on the polity of the . ited . 'States government, which protects: all persons importing liquors frow foreign countries from prosecution',C under any State prohibitory law for selling such goods in the origin' unbroken package. The liquors, ()l sisting of Irish whiskey, and Jaia rum, reached Augusta by way of the,; Portland Custom House. They wer hauled through the streets on carts before the staiing eyes of police and citizens. Burns has his storspaked with the goods. They are piled up in. his waidows before the admiring gaze of all opoents of the proliibitory law. --ley all being retailed at low prices within easy rea:>h of the puir chasing public. Ever...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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