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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 31 August 1887

WEDNESDAY, ALSUST 3 1537. TERNS OF SUBSCRPTIN: One Year. in Advance $1.50. or $2.00 at the Erpnition of Six Months. Adveisements.-Per Z11uare, first in sertion, S1.00. Each subsequent insertion. ;50e. _t Contract Advertising at reduced rates. N.EW ADVERTISEMENTS. Thos. E. Shannon-Notice to Trespassers. S. Wolkoviskie. Agt.--Win'-s. Liquors. &c. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Stewart-Home Sc?ool. R. W. Durant & Son - Hardware, &c. Brown & Chandcr--Cothing. J. E. Jerver-Jervey ilase. Z. E. Walker-Genoral 31erchandise. I C. E. Stubbs -Cotton Bu-er. C. L Hovt & Bro.-Jewrlry. G. H. Lewis-Photographer. F. C. Stoner-Tailor. Frank J. O'Connor-Baker &c. R. W. Bradham-Blacksmith, &c. The last few cool days are a happy change from the torrid heat of three months. Mr. S. Wolkoviskie believes in advertis ing ink. Read his new advertisement. Several earthquake shocks have bee,,n felt in Sumter, Coluabia. and csewhere, recent'y. Mr. ard Mrs. .. A. Stewart advertise their school to ...

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. — 31 August 1887

THE NEW POLITIWA L 1'1H7a1. An Oflieial Call liurd t.r a .ational Co'nven tl-)n. Pmu.AL1'tril.\. Au::ust 2:;.-The exec-t tive committee of t-c new p litical party recently orza ized in thI-: eity uner thel name of "The Amueriau 1rt' to da1 IS sued an official cal fr nati nal convO tion to mieet in this city F i an Satur day, 16th and th of Cepte and they call upon all Anri'-can ci-.izen-s of what ever party or special at:iiatio n. who svnm pathize %ith the sent mets "1 are in favor of the political objects of lt ntw party to attend for ih purpose of copletng orga-m ization and promoting, atuorg others the followin" Specifc ojee; : 1. To emphsiz" ad pea the sen timent "Amriea for Ameri ." 2. The restriction of in-ration. 3. Thorough r O f tle national tariff laws. 4. Reserving American lands for Amenri can citizens only. 5. The protection of Anieri-ans in l their rights on land or tca in all parts of the world. 6. To restrict and guard the right of elective franchise, 7. To abolish p...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 7 September 1887

1"-A/ \TQ IL1MNNNG (TAI\iNDON ( 011.NTYS . WEDNESDAY., SEPTEMBR q 88. O,38 CA'PTUILNG 1DE'SEi ni'S METHODS OF MICAPiR )U7iUNG TlE WAIL A Conscript in Fena., At tire--Watchlm i House for Several Day4--The Olmting Days of the Rtdliiou--A DA Ue r-ki Strnggle. In the summer of 1:1 Wirt Adamn's i cavalry, after an arduous campaign. rested to recruit men and horses m r Shepherd's old fields in Copiah cou':tv. Missis :ippi. Food and f.rage r abundant; the herses grew fat, anu (ate: lazy life soon wearied the men, V home was in the sidlle. Timue d: but Sergeant Heath's old Creeper A a diversion, one morning, by sLmped ing the brigade horses, which were all 1i looco at grass. Creeper knew a thing or two, and counted on fua when he lei his plans. Working around the two p thousand grazing horses, until all w t ee between himself and the camp in tLe woods, the old horse, whose wisdom was i known %nd acknowledged throcghout E the brigade, took his stana and surve"red m the ground. With a wild sn...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 7 September 1887

B. S. DIN S - N Sad Book-ee'pig t-e Cause of. the Con-fusion. Various rumors of 017re or les i port have aroused consierable ier estin theannualsettlemeint to oc Maae between the auditor and treasur with the comptroller general. T 0 visit of the last oilcer to Maing o last Saturday, on business est.'n' connected with the s m: - tributing t) the excitement arous, determined us to make puli'P what could be learned concernin tie " ter. In an interview wit t o and treasurer, together. on Monday, both informed us that they were block ed in making their settlement by the discovery of nunmeros an se .ons errors in the. books o the1i:a aU which have to be cerree:ed w i assistance of the comiptroler gn before the settlement can be ulade The railroad tax, they; said. was one of the many troubles. ThIe auditor, lat ly vacat~ing the 1'ie.had ugII ete enter this tax of . . n t .-i: urer's duplicate. H hI c : re, treasurer with a le, and amount, cn the ongi a uo"' ' office, but most remrkably 1:'...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 7 September 1887

WE .A\ SETl. 7, 1!. One Year. in - - .~ - -'.0 the Erpiration of six o' a" Advertisenm i:.- i . r s sertion, Si.0. Each subst-u-i nt rates. NEw ADVF11TISIMEN.J7TS. Louis Lovns -Merchandise. O'Donald & C E. r. Rker Co.- i . BuitmIan & Bro..-Boos and $'o Joe Lavan-Barber. M. Kaliskv--Ci-thifl. The Pedig'ree of wm r.ieBun. the Rar. M. Levi- Letters of dihinisati Miss Daisy Bagral is v't. g "n in Wedgeii. Mr. E. C. Easterling, of Gcorgetown-; is visiting relatives in townl. Mr. B.A. Walker is on his annual tript north to pureba.'se goods. Miss Esfelle Wilker left yesterdV for her home in G:dveston, Tex:i Miss Lucy 13arron returnvd to S' ter to school vi oMmiay. S!: : ' dent at the ILst:tute. Mrs. R. A. C..::. of Fotou, is visiting relatives in t-is county.-S I ter Advance. Mr.4Leslie Bagnal has gone to Col- . umbia. He will clerk for Messrs. Mc E Creery & Bro. Despondent croakers are more cheerful now that the fall business is increasing the supply of money. Rev. James McDow...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 7 September 1887

THE RUSSIN DOCTOR. Entertaining and Romantic Story from Real Life. [AmAPTD FROM n E GERA o Mu Eu:S PoEKE.1 BY MRS. FRANCES A. SIIAW. CHPTERl L. HE modest dwell. ing of the 1)hs . - - eClan whio, sinc 1i - * r. r i n IK a n, - had goec by tht .iname of "the Rus e. press and wi, grape sines tha one could scarce have found the door knob but for its ibrightnuess fromn con stant scouring,. A lar.-e, old-fa:-h ioned gre.in whichl both flower and weeds were allowed to grow :i their own sweet will. smthed far be hind the house, and ended in a foresi of beeches, a path through which led to a dilapidated rustic temple on the brow of a hill. This temple. which oc cupied an open sp'ae,. was Banked by n weather-beaten stone talle, surrounded~ by wooden benches. and had. evident. ly, been reared by soni hover of nat me. But the death or ahsenc-e of it. owner had allowed the place to fall into decay, and no one in the littlc town had cared to expend time ox money for its restoration. Dr. Arnim Elb...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 14 September 1887

VOL. ill. !LANNING, CLARE-NDON CoUMI -Y, S. C WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBEIR I.1 O3 TlHE AGRIC I LiAL CC L E ANOTRER ARTIC'LE UN AN INTER A Comparlson of 1e MisisiPP1 Co' With the South CarouLa CoIege--The Merits of Each Considered. To the Editor of the News and Courier: A separate agricultural college is de manded because the cgricultural depart ment of the South Carolina College ha-s not attracted a large number o stud:nts. Capt. Tiiman says two students 3;avc studied a little agicaltural cheiAry. Others concede eight or ten. L-1 us consider whether the College has Nii-e to attract the studerts it shaould ive. and, if so, whether the fault lies with the plan of organization of the College, oris to be sought elsewhere. A recital of the Congressional Act of 1862, under which the land scrip was given, will show the scope of the Act, and will determine what classes of stu dents are to be considered in receiving its benefits. It will be seen that: First, there is no authority whatever for the a...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 14 September 1887

THE MANNING TIMES. 39 WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 14, 1887 B-, . DINKINS, Editor. TRUTH, THOU ART A PEARL! --CONSISTENCY, THOU ART A JEWELL. THE TrMES and Eiderprse, of last week diaered very materially in their respective reports of the difficulty in the way of making the annual settle ment between the auditor and treasur er. In defence of the statement made in the TmES, we repeat now what we said then-that our information was derived from a joint conversation with the present auditor and treasurer. Captain Bradham and Dr. Huggins both said that the errors in the ex auditor's books were the only trouble in the way of making the settlement. Any one will accede that we publish ed the best information we could get, for with our limited acquaintance with these complicated books it would have taken weeks or months to have made a thorough examination ourself. But to our great surprise the Enter prise comes out the day next after our issue and says that General Stoney found that the "books, vouchers...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 14 September 1887

WEIIESDA\ SEPT. 14. 1887. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: One Year, in Advance $1.50, or $2.00 at the Expiration of Six Months. Advertisements.-rer Square, first in sertion, $1.00. Each subsequent insertion. 50c. p0 Contract Advertising at reduced ates. Rev. S. Leard is visiting his daugb tr Mrs. Geo, H. Huggins. Attention is directed to the new ad vertisement of Louis Loyns. Now is the time to buy Diamond Dyes-all colors at Dinkins & Co's. Mrs. Titia Reece, of the Fork, and daughter of Mr. J. W. Cole, died last week. Her remains were interred in the Manning cemetery. The citizenE of the county will be relieved to learn that the whole amount of the errors discovered in the ex-auditors books, do not amount to more than $70. President McBryde of the South Carolina Collage is to be the director of the two experimental stations established by authority of the Gen eral Assembly. We know who has been milking our cow of late, and if the offeuse is repeat ed names will be printed, let the chips ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 14 September 1887

THE RUSSIAN DOCTOR Entertaining and Romantic Story from Real Life. &DAPTED FROM THE CERMAN OF MM. ELLSFPOEKE.I BY MRS. FRANCES A. silA W. Traslaiore Copyrig;9AU. 1. !!-.1. S Keog Xeuimp:- a'y. CeTI haIt. OR long wek s Arnim could not 0UircolIra. to o ov: to tl vine W) reat lld II on u' One ttay his mother sa Tid:"To-e French people have left. T.1" old extol of St. MarysChurch ha- cngaged to keep the garden inl order until th-ir return. Believe me, my son. this is best for you." He went forth into the quiet moon light, timidly. as if :bout to do some wrong, and looked over the latticed gate into the garden. The idyl was phrved1 out. Deathly stillness lay over all. llow cold seemed the silvery moonlight upon the pat11 Light waves of perfuie from the rosebeds were wafte~I over to him: mortally weary seeimed the piash of the fountain: cool breeVze rustled throug.h the tree-tops. and as In :i dream he murmured tie refrain of tii- little poem that had been so dear to the absent one. A...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 21 September 1887

__~ am=~ ~ 1 Ah VOL. ii. ~NNN(~.(IARND{" (~O~rFY S. ~WA ')DNESI)AY, SEPTEMBER 21, O,4 TIMELY TO'S 1-011 1A101H HOW TO UO i'AYfNGlZ WO! AT a 11 Suggestions of Interest. from an Autlori tate Source. (W. L. Jones in Southern Cultivator-) COTToN ?IeKING. The characteristic farm work of thi: the first fal month is cotton harvestinrg The fruition of the cotton planter's hop< of a successful, practical machine for ih gathering of cotton is yet in and the work must still be done by.i ble human firgCrs. Inventors, however, are earnestly' at work seeking to sr this great problem, as will be seen the illustrations ard descriptins in mis numbet of the Cultivator. Cotton-piek ing by hand is by far the most expentire operation in the production of raw cot ton. Moreover, the cost of nearly every operation, except picking, may be re duced in proportion as the yield pex acre is greater. There is practically but little difference in the cost per pound of gathering by hand the erop from an -re prod...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 21 September 1887

. WEDNESDAY, SEPT, 21, 1887 B. S. DINKINS, Editor. Judge Hudson has just concluded a series of articles in the Kews and Cuurier on the criminal jurispradence of the State. Hi exposes the weak ness of the system in a strikingly logical manner, and shows the disad vantages the Staie labors under in prosecuting prominent persons accus ed of the most serious crimes. He recommends the following changes in the law, which he believes will be at least a partial remedy for the present existing evils: (1.) That the office of coroner he. united with that of the leading_ trial justice at each county seort. (execpt in Charleston,) who shall be required to be a lawyer, and that he shall be required to collect carefully the evidence in the eases before him and to prepare the cases for the solicitor: that he sh3ul-d also attend the trial and Pssist the solicitor in the prosecn tion. (2.) That the full pannl of pet*tt jurors be forty-eight. the defendant's right of cial lenge remainding as it is, an...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 21 September 1887

WOMAN'S RIGH TS. l UR. TALMAGE'S SNDDAY SERNON Somnethinz Concernig the Relations; 01 The Sexes as They Were Created. TEXT: "S., o. i*Pr,*;7 W . in j1i. mwr inaie, hei w ut'' p ' I -.,.- e ;;. ;, Mule andfea : di iw."-en-i In other wo.ds (olwho can make no mis take. ma ! nii !'. vonran for i Zp1elleI wok in t" mo0V.- inprtulrsb ~-a to be regnnU: ' m *r.m:ci " n1% - ti d-loii nant in hers,. i h w nir in-btw Italy a?:d "wit-od b, ti w :n ni and Scotland. is n1't m: -re ti;r .:i :ak thani this hietiut'n b teen the pire maSculinU teenpr f. -m1inline. S n tirely dis a :- tities to whi h (;(. God called thLt. I:hat'. oU cai no inore coipare them than you ca xy.-n and hydrogen. water and grass, r. s in irs All this talk about t.e ui v-iority of one sex to the other sex is nmi everlastin'g wate of ink and speech. A jieweer run have a scale so delicate tha, lie can w-.i;;h the dust of dia monds; but where are the weaks so delicate that he can weigh in them affection against affection, snmitn...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 21 September 1887

THE SWEETEST OF ALL. [A Poem eritten e.rprcsslyfor Dinkis & Co.] Distilled from pleasing perfumes Of fragrant, tropic flowers, That row in ver. nt rtaes 'on. othirn -urin bower , The r-et,. t or l!~ 1 e -) n An'. TYPHQ D AJ~ FE "a - . 1Y c* ' ;t v 0 1 thN in seihed, b.- Lawr a C(urt Of su. Nepalese- arit is th.e ont' conljL I wh. the" s :i,: 0r Onr e - the occasin of ivl '' His oylC ih is l Ix" C,4i~.\ i it as a sneet,.lor ou in , or ae-. v.me is exciting e'nough. b't .o compar ed to actual p'ar'iii.tion :n it as an C e com batanUt. When 1 proposedl tha.t I shoni lbe allow ce to make this :x'1 ilt. th r U ", was only granited1 on Piv oiin y credital !y at at -ehear Al. sihen I was sent among the tro s on bar- back of an eias 'lent, With nabing b. rope to 1:01.1 bye and made to od.- the br h , as he Was sent through te. -t 1::s fil sp'eed. But this was notuia. t..> t1 difficulty Of arriving soutd na -int an - a ilmb at the.A of the chase on tie foil.i'ng da when thoa elepl.ant...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 21 September 1887

WEDNESDA SEPT. 21 1857. TERIMS OF SUBSCRHPTION: One Year, in Aiv,-neez $1.50. or $2.0 the Erpiration of Six Months. Adrtisents.-Pr Square, first sertion. $1.m). Each subseq-nent ins.ertion. 50c. ;" Contract Advertii:ng at -edte atCs. Susan E.""on t Ad'n. P . G. B %NNcice t' Tschrs 'he Walter A. T K'lor The lawyers are busy now preparing fc the fall court. Rev. Mr. Leard an I wife retorned to the home in Caester yesterthy. The Count T-aurer adver'isa the tim for collecting taxes in this issure. -Mr. W. E. Durg-ss and wife. of Colicto CoUnty, are visiting relatves in town. The Auditor an d Treasener are lusl engaged in making the annual settleaw The at-ention of tea.hersis directed t the adve-tisem=.nlt of the school Commn sioner. Messrs. C. S. I.and and S. Y. Barnes, c Foreston, attended preaching in Manaik Sunday. Mr. . I. Wilson isin lanning. He w:I open school at Jordan on the first of Octc ber. Messrs. Julian Wilson and Willie voss, c 'Williamsburg spent last Sunday with friend i...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 21 September 1887

THE RUSSIAN DOCTOR. Entertaining and Romantic Story from Real Life. [DAPIED FROM THE GERMAN OF NIMn ELIS POERE.l BY MRs. FIANCE. A. sIAW. CHAPTi1E TnL EKIR ' introduced no1w an1d thwn Some plesa t lI jtle in nov1:aII'In into the ness o the ine wreathod hious..e. With Iran. always her faithful ally, she foraed tle gar dens of the town for plamt in fill leaf and blossom, and with them adorned the doctor's study. '-The place where one works ought to be hr-ight and cheerful," she said. "Now that winter is near, we must have a . mory of the summer and a prophecy of the spring." Arnim awaited with impatience the hour for lessons when she would come bounding into his tudy. What stolen glances he would cast at her over his manuscript! How full of grace and charm was her every movement, how in every word and action she' reminded him of Hortense: Sone times it seemed to him as if hc were aain I vouth who must look w r is iool-books and rush out into lorcst. When Desiree had vanished, he would...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 28 September 1887

- - ~ -- A GROVER CLEVELAND. A TALK WITH ONE OF THE PR'iE.I DENT'S SCHOOL1ATES. Some Interet4ing lucideuts of flis Child hood's Days-The (2ualities Which hay Since Distinguished Uim 1nlaifeste'd 1 His Youth. CFrom a Washington Letter.) I had quite a pfeasant conversatior last evening with one of Presiden Cleveland's old schoolmates, who is nov occupying a position here in one of th Government departments. The oul schoolmate of the President's was bun at Fayetteville, New York, the town tia Mr. Cleveland visited some weeksao. He told me that Fayetteville is a beau tiful village of some 1,000 or 1,SOO in habitants, lying in a romantic regioi about seven miles east of Syracuse, anc is noted among other things for its pro duction of lime. The Cleveland famil' removed to that place in the year 1840 when the Rev. Richard Cleveland, thi President's father, became pastor of the Presbyterian Church, and when Grove: was only three years old. The gentleman referred to relatei some interesting ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 28 September 1887

THJE LMANTiNG TillEsU T t WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 28 1887 -.---_-___----- fo B. S. DINKINS, Editor. G je, The conviction of the two Nortons ti in Orangeburg last week, and their P sentence to be hanged on the second of December next for the murder of t J. T. Hamlin, is a dreadful lesson to t7 the vicious individuals who convert r their persons into an armory for the 3 deadly pistol and murderous knife. But for this violation of the law Ham- it lin would now have been living and m A. C. and A. R. Norton, father and son, happy in the bosom of their families, As it is they are in the prison cell, manacled and chained, awaiting the ea hangman's summons. Who can de- . ki 'cribe the feeling of that father as he beholds his son, perhaps the pride of v his heart, with the youthful blush of w young manhood on his cheeks, loaded h down with chains, waiting to be ush- w ered into eternity by the felons fate. And that son, "It was my own impetu- o1 ons passion that made me a murderer. D He came to my ...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 28 September 1887

CHISTIAN WOEN. D R. TA1.3AG E'S SU NI)AY SE IDION Some of ihe Special Ri-gfhts Which Re long to Tre Woninhood. Txt: "There are hr.e-score ,as." Solomon's Song, vi., S. So Solomon, be oie stroke. sot forth the imperial charactor of a true ChriStian wom:m. She is not a slave, not a hireling. not a sub ordinate, but a queen: and in my text S lo mon sees sixty of these helping to mako up3 the royal pageant of Jesus. In a former ser mon I showed you that crown and courtly attendants and imperial wardrobe were not necesary to make a queen: but t hat graces of the heart and life will give coronation to any Woman. I showed you at some lengt i that woman's position was higher in t he world than na's, and that although she had often been deniedl the right of sultrag,. she alvays did vote and always would vote by her intlu ence: and that lier chief desire ou;:ht to be that she should have gra-e righ t'y to rule in the dominion which she has alreta.lyv won. I began an enumeration of some of her...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 28 September 1887

Couldential. When your cotton you have sold, And gathered in the dimes, Don't forget your friend of old The sprightly YLLaImo Tnis. -2nes Deil The operation of the laws of last wiin ter, which repealed the Ohio statute authorizing the establishment of sepa rate schools for colored pupils, is pro ducing friction in many places. At Oxford, the colored pupils nearly all deserted their own schools and applied for admission to white schools. A pub lie meeting was held and the school board was asked to order the colored pupils to their own school. The school board complied with the request, and the colored people propose to apply for a mandamus. At Yellow Springs the school board has ordered the school closed indefinitely until the Leg islature can meet and take some ac tion. At Ripley a suit ia mandamus bas been eztered to compel the school board to admit colorcd pupils.-Col umbia Record. A Woman's Dress Is an important matteras regards their health. They are much more subjected to cold ...

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