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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 15 June 1887

THXANINflG TIES. WEDNESDAY. JUNiE 15, 1887. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: One Year, in Advance S1.50, or S2.00 i the Expiration of Six -Month-s. Advertisemats-Per Square, first in sertion, $1.00. Each subsequent insertionn. 50e. .W Contract Adverti'ing at reduced rates. Dysentery and measles are still rag-I ing in the Jordan neighborhood. Mr. E. 0. Ingram stands his exam ination for entrance into West Point to-day. Have you ever tried one of the Manning Guard Cigars. The best smoke on record at Dinkins & Co. The Guards are expecting their uni forms this week. They will have a dress parade soon after receiving them. Mr. T. S. Bonham, after a pleasant visit of two weeks to his brother Mr. W. B. Bonham, returned on last Sat urday to his home in Cola.ubia. Mr. Scott Harvin has just finished burning a kiln beyond his mill, con taining 247,000 brick, and is making another quite as large. We were shown yesterday, a beau tiful June apple by Mr. W. B. Bon bam. It came from the orehard of Mr. W....

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 15 June 1887

THE CHARLOTTE INSTITUTE. Young Ladies from Florence, Lexington. Walterboro. AbbevilUe. Marion. Fairfield and Darlington Di.4ingis1h '11i h 4selves in 3usic and Art. (From the News and Courier. Cn.unorrs, N. C., June 1.-The r-ost interesting event which occurs in Char lotte is the annual commencement of its well-known and well-patronized institute for young ladies. So many of the citi zens have their daughters there, and the increasing etliciency and popularity of the school is so marked, that the success of the institute is a matter of patriotism to the Charlottean. The commencement exercises of May 31 were more than usually interesting, from the number of graduates, and the distribution of the handsome gold medals as prizes which had been contended for during the ses sion. South Carolina, as usual, came in for a fair share in the distribution of the honors of graduation and of tlie prizes. Among the graduates were Misses Ruth Allen, of Florence, Nettie Drafts, of Lexington county. ...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 22 June 1887

.K j VOL. 111, MA 0-NNING.s CL XI14 NDON CUTS . JDEDY UE2~I' O 7 uneers, wa- c.p+red by Capt. J. W. S Compay - 1 ath Pennsyl vanit Volntees. It was taken from the hands of the coior-bearer on the line during te enagemtnt of April, 1, 1G5, at Five Fork,, Va. Conie& rvte bIattle ilag of the 27th South Cauolina r-giMent, csptured by Private F. C. Amar o, Company "A," 18th 3zo- ehu%:-:kt Ubatltalionl. South Carol t ag, no history. Conedera ..e -iAt;e fhag, captured by Gen.Sei s forces September 16, 1th Suth Caroiina Infantry. Batleda o sm-r F1yig Art1illery, ca ir ied i e I le of Ac -pp)mattox Statio'n. Apii S, 1 by Cief Eugier Chas. Siorn, !i Virgiia Vetoran Vol unter Cavalry, :Qd brigade, 3d cavalry division, Gen. Custer commandit:g. Battle ilag of the Sumter Heavy Artil lerv, captured in the battle of Sailor's Cretek, April ;, 1805, by Sergt. George J. Pitman, Company C, 1st New York Lincoln Volunteer Cavalry, 3d brigade, 3d division, Gen. Custer commanding. Gazrison flag, "Seces...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 22 June 1887

THE MANNING TIMES.1 WEDNESDAY, JUNE 22, 1887. B. S. DINKINS, Editor. Attention to other mttets prevent ed any notice last week of "X. Z's" objections ft the proposition advocat ed in several of our exchanges, to abolish the circuit solicitors and es tablish county prosecuting attorneys. The first and weightiest objections ad inced by "X. Z." is that the change *ould create 26 new offices, and he presumes the Legislature would make their pay greater than the amount now set apart for circuit solicitors.; He further adds that the 'Attorney General might deem it necessary to! summons this host of county solicit-' ors to attend the meeting of the Leg islature." All these obstacles to the I ehange are the work of "X. Z.'s" fruit ful imagination, and are out of place it this stage. The same demagogic objections might just as properly be raised to the change of the most ob noxious or expensive law on the stat ute book. If' for the better adminis tration of justice this change is re quired, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 22 June 1887

THE KANNING TIES. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 22. 1887. TERMS OF sUBSCRIPTION: One Year, in Advance $1.50. or $2.00 at the Expiration of Six Months. Advertisements.-Per Square. first in Aertion, $1.00. Each subsequent insertion. 50e. _o Contract Advertising at reduced rates. Several communications were crowd ed out this week. Mr. F. N. Wilson is improving his residence with the addition of two rooms. M. C. Galluchat. Esq., is on a visit to Charleston. He expects to locate there and practice law. Last Sunday was the hottest day of the year. The thermoneter in the shade reached a fraction above 100 de grees. James Smith, colored, an employee of Mr. H. B. Tindal, was kicked in the face by a male last week, and his jaw bone broken. Miss Annie Ewell, of Sumter, spent several days in town last week, visit ing friends. Miss Ewell is well known in Manning as a teacher in the Grove School last year. f4-The commencement of St. -Joseph's Academy, of Sumter, came off last night. Mr. M. Levy and several mem...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 22 June 1887

A SEVN-YEAR-OLD'S 'IMPRESSIONS. If there is one thing I hate it is whisky. I am only seven years of age, but I have seen enough of whiskey to make me hate it forever and forever. I can't understand why people will drink it when it is such an awful bad thing and makes them look so wild and terrible. 0, I can remember how my pa used to look when he drank whisky, and I can remember bow scared mother was when he came home drunk. I used to think we were as good as other people, for we had a nice house and had enough to eat, and we all seemed to get along first-rate, except when pa would go to the tavern and get drunk, and then when he came home we would have an awful time. He would strike mother with anything-he could get hold of, and once when I told him he was a bad man to act that way, he took me by one foot and slammed me clean across the room. I was hurt and scared too, and mother she screamed awful, and then she picked me up and ran oat of the house. It was a cold night-yes, awful ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 29 June 1887

,, . VOL.I111, CLARENDON COUNTY, S. C., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 29, 7NO28 WHITE CAP KNIGHTS. A REGULAR BAND OF MASKED VIGI LANTES IN INDIANA. The Law Ignored by a Band of Rulans Who Seek to Make the Punishment Fit the Crime-Death for Serious Ofrenders. The White Caps are to Southern In diana what the Bald Knobbers were to Missouri. Not so desperate in character as the latter, their organization is iden tical and they have equally set law at defiance. The headquarters of the White Caps are in Harrison county, Indiana, but the organization extends over into Crawford, Jefferson and half a dozen other coun ties in the oldest civilization of the State. There is not a more intelligent, peace able or orderly community in Indiana than Harrison county. Corydon, the county seat, was the first capital of the State, and its court-house, built in 1811, was for four years its capitol. The country is rich and schools and churches abound. A branch railroad has oeen built to Corydon, and its citizens are pr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 29 June 1887

TMHM LNNG TIMES' WEDNESDAY, JUNE 29, 1837. B. S. DINKINS, Editor. INCALCULABLE IMPORTANCE! The history of nations is convincing that there are periods in the life of every people, that may be termed a revolutionary age. It is manifested in monarchial goveruments, in open rebellion against their rulers. In this i Republican land it appears in the form of iconoclasm or a disposition to de stroy the laws or polity then in force, and build on its wreck a new order of things. This spirit of iconoclasm has been growing in the State until it dominates the Democratic party. In the last primary held ir Clarendon, a whole list of county officers were at tacked. among them being the office of county auditor. There was a hue -and cry for its abolishment, the more from the restlessness of the people, than the needs of the times. Many thoughtless persons carried away by a false idea of economy, zealously la bored for the extermination of thisof fice, when they had not the faint- i est conception ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 29 June 1887

TWHM MANNIN~G TIUES. WEDNESAL JUNE 29. 1887. -ULRS OF sU.ScirfION: One Year, in Advance $1.50, or $2.00 at -he Er.piration of Sir Months. Advertibment.-Per Square, first in .ertion. S1.0. EaVc ;ubsequent 'rtion. 50c. Z antract Advertising at reduced rates. Rev. Mr. Porter, the Methodist minister at Foreston, will preach in Summerton this evening, Wednesday. The Board of County Commission ers were in session Monday. Only routine business was transacted. The Board will meet again on July 20th. Miss Sallie Levi won first honor in her class at St Joseph's Academy. Her friends are proud of the distinc tion she 1as acquired. Growing in public favor! The Manniigr Guard Cigar. Oh! so v. fragrant. Manning can vie with "Old Erin" in its Irish potato crop. Eveiy body here raises 1rish potatoes to superflu ity and everybody eats them. Miss Zula Skinner, was one of e graduates from the Greenville Female College this year. Mr. D. T. Legg left again for Ten nesseelast Thursday, whither he! gone to...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 29 June 1887

GENERAL NEWS NOTES. Items of Interest Gathe-ed from Varous Quarters. The National Bank of Cilcinnali ias suspended business. Defalcation has been discovered in the Chicazo water departnent. L. G. Pope. the collector, is short $5.000 or A000. Mr. Parnell does nmt improv- in health. and it is now sail that he is suifering from cancer of the stomach. Maxwell. the murderer of Charles A. Preller. will treat the murderer's usual way to glory on the 12tih Augut. Adjutant General Drum. who has raised such a obbery about the lag, was a Blaine man in 184. The sponge catch in Florida thus far is a failure, the vessels not having made enough to pay their provision bills. The second Chamber of the Diet of I-se has passed the ecclesiastical bill. settiing the conflict between Hesse and the Vatican. Colonel Lamont has gone to New York for a few days on a visit which mystities the politicians at both end ot his journey. Asia Minor is threatened with famine and the Sultan is considering how to rem e...

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

VOL. III MANNING, CL A RENDON COUNTY, S. C.. WEDNESDAY, JULY t, NO8. 29 \\ILKES BOO THI " )I' T:m1- ASASSINATION OF M' a s ABRAHAM LINCOLN. Andrew .Johnsen and 3Mrs. Surra1tt--!10w a Regard for Ieligiorn 3Iight Have M:2.'ed Lincoln. (Annistou. Ala.. lot Blast.) As the day approaches that marLs the yearly record of Lincoln's death, I fim myself dwelling upon it with more t1u usual sadness, because i 1appen t. be amid the surro'ndigs that frame I in the startling report when it ranc . %& It is strange that tis free -OviA of ours, tne crime, which of nll othl r is the outgrowth of despotism, should fi 1id development. Do extremes meet in th way, or may we take this strange ap pearance of assassination as a sym-ptom of a deep seated diseease that escap or dinary seeing? Are we, after all, i fted above the ills of tyranny in our form of government, or have we only shitted the evils of oppression by one, or a iev, to that of the many? is not the des.:sm of a majority as intolerable as...

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

THE MANNING TiM : WEDNESDAYI JLY 6, I557 B. S. DINKINS, Edlitm-. One hundred and eleven years a" Monday, our brave and nob e tainded forefathers, decare1 the" grand thirteen States independent of the mother country. They iadJ the: Wisdom which discovered the impos sibilitv of man rebelling against man. Knowing, as they d-10. that constitn tions and laws alone could be rebelled aganst, they hesitatea not io miiak e use of all the means given to them by their God, to defeat the injustice of; 'kings, lords, and commons,' that their liberties in the end might stand upon the foundation of independence. T -rs was no rebellion either in theic hearts or in their acts. They entered into 1pen uationai war against those Who vanted more than was just and right. Their contest for independenc, could not be construed even as revolution. 'They had a perfect government; their grmies were in the field;' the great and glorious Washington was their wommander in chief. To tell us that such brave, wise, ...

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

THE MI WEDNESD.Y. J3.Y i. i87. nuns orstVScuT0MU% One Year, in Aavance i 5 or $.'P0 che Erpiration of SIX MOunh Advertisee-t.- r uare, fir i sertion, $1.0. Each sb.gnt insertion- ' ze' Contract A.rti-.lg ::t reduem rates. The CoutyComiiors will Lold a meeting c1n the 20th iust. Miss Estell Iseman, of Marion, is visiting Miss Sallie Levi. Try a Manning Guard Cigar. Thc. best smoke out. For sale by Diukins &Co. The county of Chesterfield is bless ed with 1604 dogs. They are assess ed at $8,020. The farmers' agricultural club will hold a meeting in the Court House on Saturday the 2>rd inst. Miss Estell Wi:der, an attrae!Ie young lady of Galveston, T -s Vi - iting her sistLr, Mrs. W. S. Pack. Mr. E. A. Brunson, the oldest cia tor in the State, and proprietor of te j Barntell Scnwnel died at his home at Barnwell on tihe 3d it. The county jail is empty with the exception of one prisoner. servin a sentence of thirty da s, imposed by the Trial Justice at Mann. Mr. W. P. Montgomery ca...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 6 July 1887

A NIGHtT WIT!F T&ZAIN IottlS A Drumuner's Exiwrienwce w ith TexAs )out law-s. CFrom the Atlanta Con'nt liVI., "Has the morning papcr anything about the cepture of those Texas train robbers?" said a guest at the iMbaUl vesterday morning to his neighbor who was burying himself in the morning paper. "Guess not," was thie careiess reply. "I don't see nothing about it." "Because, von see," said the inquirer, apologetically, "I feel a little personal interest in those fellows. I am on my way back there now, and hope to re ccgnize some of 'em when I get to the jails where they have the saspected men confined." "Recognize them?" said the newspaper reader, lowering his paper and looking curiously at the speaker. "Yes," he said, touching the top of his head carelessly. "I was on the train, and got a pretty rough introduction to them. I don't care to try the experience again, though, I confess, I would be rather glad to re new the acquaintance under other cir cumstances if I could recogniz...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 13 July 1887

VOL. III. MANNING. CLARENDON COUNTY, S. C., WEDNESDAY, JULY 13,1887. NO 30. "wo story bricik mansion, occupied by 3eneld Lee and his family; and at vari >us points on the grounds are residences .or the other professors. The other >rincipal '>uildings are a iarm-house, a liry, a barn, an engine-house, and the tables for the stock, each of which is mntitled to some special description. F.MIN(O AND ]onTIcrCURi:E. The College owns 1,762 acres of land, vhich is divided into cultivated fields, >astures, orchards and vegetable gar lens, and ornamentu grounds. There tre, of the 1,762 acres, about 600 under Lctual clltivatiou in different crops. Ehese 1 acres are fividd inLto the .trmf deprtmecnt al] the Lorticultural leparrment. The forne.r inciudes the n:itivation o the usual plantatiou crops, uch as cern, cotton, peas, etc. The lat er incndes all the comm.an vegetables .nI ruls. In the farm department the student is amiliarized with the planting, raising .nd harvesting of the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 13 July 1887

THE MANNING TIMES. WENESDAY, JULY 13, 1881 B. S. DINKINS, Editor. TEACHERS' INSTITUTE. School Coriiissioner Wilder is now in correspondence with the School Commis sioners of Clarendon, Kershaw, and Dar lington Conntic, for the purpose of organ imng a Joint Teachers' Institute, to be held in this County in the early part of August, either at Sumter or Bishcpvlle. A favora ble reply has been received from Clarendon County.- Watchwnw .idron. 'From the School Commissioner of Clarendon, we learn that the money to d'day the expenses Gt this Institute. proposed to be held in Sumter, is to come from the Peabody fund of the State. If this is the case, Clarendon will willingly unite with Sumiter, and reap all the advantages to be derived from holding such an Institute there. But the benefit of a teachers' institute, held in Sumter, to the teacedars of -larendon, as a body, is too in:i gnifi .camt to attach much importance. Our :teachers, or by far the greater nuamber, .are too poor to incur t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 13 July 1887

THE LuAl MG TIMES.! WEE-SDA, Y 13. 18387. TEM, s OF SUBSRINPU* One Year. in Ayance 1.O. or A2.00 at the E.1ration of Sixc Months. Advertimeuts.-Pr Square, first in sortion, S1.00). Each sn'osequn : rtil. 50c. Ze' Contract. Avertising at reduced rates. Mrs. MNI. S. Cantey, of Sum merton, is daug-rousy ill. Frank Cooper, Esq., forcman of the grand jury, was in town lat week. The freight train leaves Manniun at half past two o'clock, instead of half past three as formeyr. Happy and twice blessed is the man who subscribes and supports the TLuEs. Hot! dry ! Dusty! Exclamations of the pedest'rians who trod the streets of Mngng. Dr. G. Allen Huggins has euhaac ed the attractiveness of his oice by a coat of green paint. Mr. F. W. Munneriyr, of Charles ton, spent Sunday and Monday with friends in town Mrs. Isbell, tha niother of Mrs. J. L. Shuford, is very sick at Summer ton. She is visiting her daughter. 1 Rev. James McDowell will preach in the Presbyterian church at Sum merton, next Sunday...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 13 July 1887

"I KOW I AM RIGHT." General Master Workman Powderly's Lecture on Temperance. General Master Workman Powderly. in the Philadelphia Journal of United Labor publishes a temperance lecture addressed to the members of the Knhtlits of Labors. It is entitled "The Justice of My Position." and is a reply to unfavorable criticism made by certain of his correspoudents on lectures delivered by him recently in loston and Lynn, Mass. Mr. Powderily says: "I know I am right. I know tiat in re fusing to even touch a drop of strong drink I was and am right. In refusing to trcat another to that which I do not believe to be good for myself to drink I know that I am right. In not allowing a rumseller to gain admittance into the order of the Klnights of Labor I know that I an ri-ht. In ad vising our assemblies not to rent halls or meeting rooms over driuking places I know that I am right. I have done this from the day my voice was Iirst heard in the council halls of our order. My position on the question...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 27 July 1887

VOL. III.N AN"ING, CL (IllRENDO N COUNTY. S. C., WEDNESDAY, JULY 27,~ O 2 on tie porch, ad had been there only a few minutes when General Bragg came 4 by. 'Whcre is the gunrd? he shouted. I stepi-ed to the edgl of the porch and presented arms. 'hy are -ou not at the gate?, he said, very brutall . Gen- fi eral Beauregard told me to staud here a! out of the rain.' I mid. At this he broke out into a volley of profanity, directed n against Beauregard and the other gen- r erals, who. he said, were making paper p soldiers of his men. Hie could do noth- si ieg else, being scond in command. He p: did not recognze me and L being a p private soldieran not de.irous cf being c recognized, said nothing. Gaeral 1maggw wa a martfi. I s much given to shooting mC. i a ir deserters tc shot by his ord. Had it not; been fo- y, t2e coiuteracting inliuence of Ge-eral C Be'auregard there would hava been more ni of that sort of thing. H rds-o was as b< strict a disciplicarian, but he Lad a sE kinder hea...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 27 July 1887

THE MANTNG TIMS@! WEDNESDAY, JULY 27, 1887 B. S. DINKINS, Editor. Inappropriate. In this free enlightaned land, boast ing a National and State constitution which declares all men are free and equal, the extreme remarks of James E. Tindal before the Clarendon Agricultural Society last Saturday, seemed strangely out of place. The circumstances under which he spoke. surrounded by enlightened, thrifty, prosperous farmers, were enough to contradict his gloomy propheeies. There before him were DesChamps, Dingle, Holladay, the Coles, Lesesne, Childers, Baker, Tindals, Sprott, Plow den', the Davis's, Cooper, Melletts, and others; intelligent well-to-do men of whom this county is justly proud. These gentlemen, the greater part of 3r Tindal's audien'ce, are livin wit nesses to refute the declaration that twenty years hence the farmbers of the country will enjoy no more political rights than the eimancipated slavces to day. The history of our co.nr, since the Democratic victory o0 shows that t...

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