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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 28 September 1887

Ta MAIN TfIME WEDNESBA\ SEPT, 28, 1887. TERMS OF SUBSC1'PTION: One Year, in Advance $1.50. or $2.00 the Ey'piration of Six Months. Advertisements.-Per Square, first i: sertion, $1.00. Each subsequent insertion. 50e. M Contract Advertising at reduc ates. NEw ADvrTISEra EuT-. Foin Bros.-Loe'! Notic-. Dr. H. Baer-Wholesale Druggist. James Allen & Co.-Jewellers. Heins & Son-Furuiture. W. F. Maguire-Furniture. Charleston Steam Dye Works-Dyilg-. Lucas and Richardson-Stationary. J.L. David & Bro.-Clothing. R. L. Bryan & Co.--Books. Miss Grace Jervey is visiting friend ir town. Miss Annie Stancil has returne from Sumter. Messrs. Willie and Eugene Aycoc are visiting at Dr. Ingram's. Sorguhum Mills, Pans, and Evap rators, cheap, at Lorick & Lowranc, Columbia, S. C. Mr. Willie Conyers left for Clintoi S, C., where he will attend the Clinto Academy. Miss Lucile Williams, of William4 burg county, is visiting relations town. RED MFAT TOBAccO. Our town excited over the "Red Mea...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 28 September 1887

MOTHER IS RESTING. : Th' long, rough road is ended Her weary fet le-- p!rased: .' lBow reugh to :r i, - %o otsteps Periaps w eV r guessed: . But with the weary >urneY -he'1 be - u-.re distressed: . Thefacewebe::dmt!svft:ykis . Bears no i:npress but that ot bliss. 'We kn.w that a::Y pages * within the book i y ears She has pursued wti angui-h T Amid hier tal i7u; tears; That partings, c!ange and doubting Have c iut-' lier Iany fears. Forg tten now each r7ng of woe, No grief again her soul will know. We gaze at her dear features. t Within the cas!:et bouad, And think thaz she is dwelling where chaugeless lseae- is found; That there no painful Pagr: s Her loving Leart will wound; And weeping for her. "loved PL I gone. We gather stre%:ch to walk alone. Along the way before us. Whither. wt do not know, It may be strewn with blessings, And pleas-ures we u:%y know, Or, Lhie.y set wi it :s, May bring us naugh: bu: w:: Yet, o'er iif s thw:., s.:e has cme t At last uuto her bearn:ly none. ...

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. — 5 October 1887

VOL JI. 't. x NDON COUNTY, S. C., WAEDNESDAY, OCTOBER a NO.6. TE AGitLr-s L1t 'u CAPTAIN TAcL1 \N's iMVIEW 01 lii l' - ARGUE'ANTS ON TilE QUESTION. He Invites a Full Discu'ion of the Suidect and Predicts a Victcry for the Frien-.s of the Proposed Intitutier. To the Editor of the News and Courier: In my previous lette'rs I have at one time. or another answered or forestalled every argument which has cver lbeen advarced against the separate agricultural collge, and it is disagreeable to have to go over the same ground again. But the c - nents of such a school in South Carta, who realize and see that the idea is gin ing ground rapidly and surely, coniue to repeat the threadbare and unteaie arguments against it that have at various times been advanced by "Carolinian," Capt. Paul Hammond and otherq. I therefore feel constrained to again take part in the "controveioy" or "disus sion," whichever it may be called. It is gratifying to note the fact that we have driven our adversaries to abat...

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. — 5 October 1887

THE MNING TXES. WEDNESDAY, OCT, 5 1837 B. S. DINKINS, Editor. THE PRESIDENT ON THE WING. The much talked of, and long pro jected visit of President Cleveland through the South West, has in reality been entered upon and from news paper reports of his progress, he is meeting everywhere a perfect ovation, and his speeches, storms of applause. It is highly gratifying to witness this triumphal march after the bercu lean efforts on the part of croakers, sore heads, and gangrened leaders of the Grand Army of the Republic and others from time to time to cast mud upon him and bring his Administra tion under reproach. It is calculated to give confidence and cause us to feel that there is still left in the old -land yet, genuine patriotism and a people willing, whatever way be their peculiar differences, to give the palm where justice, reason, and right pro claims it due. The grand rallying at every point along his route and the scores of in vitations froni Cities and Towns to take them in, ex...

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. — 5 October 1887

SIEITS OF TE STORM. [Tbe following poem, from "Early Vanities." Id 1%. J. Clodfelter, of Indiana. for beautiful bagery, close and powerful description, is pro 0ounced by some crities equal to any poena in &he language. Roll, thunders, roll* On the cold mist of the night, ts I watcii the streaming light, Lurid, blinkig in the south, Like a mighty serpot's mouth spitting fire, Peal on peal, the thunder's crashing. And the streaming lightning's clashing. Xpike great iants coining o'er us, Dancig to the distant cuorus, In their ire. Sowing tire. From the wild sky higher, higher, While the heaving, angry motion Of a great aerial ocean, Dashes cloud-built shlips asunder, As the distant comning thnnder Rolls, rolls, rolls, And shakes the great earth to the poles. Roll, thunders, roll You awake Luy tleeping soul, To see the war in rage before me, And itAs readful menace o'er me, Lightning. Brightening, Fiasniug, Dashing ; Thunders booming in the d:stanoe. Till the earth scems in resista...

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. — 5 October 1887

nsTaermisDacLa.-The Back eye Publishing Company sends us am advertisement worth a dollar and a quarter and says: "If you will insert the above as a reading notice one time, we will place the name of any lady you may send us on our sub scription list for one year." This is a fair sample of the "cheeky" propo sitions with which the press is contin ually deluged. We must decline the present magnificent offer for several reasons: First. We have no female friends to whom we would be willing to give such a paper as the "Housekeepdr, the publication which we are asked to advertise. Second. The name of this house is strikingly like that of a firm which swindled us a few years ago. Third. We know of no lady who would be willing to allow us to send her to the Buckeye Company on their subscription list. Ladies are natural ly timid, and they would hesitate to try such a novel mode of transporta tion.-Georgetow Enquirer. TALLEST PEOPLE LAZY. Why are the tallest people the laziest? They are longe...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 5 October 1887

One Year, in .-:ance :-.: or the ErpiratiOnl of Si' Mon-'l. AdvertiwsetS.-l\r Square, first in sertion, 3.0 Eaa jc eqen inse rtion. 5e jZ - - 1nx p~ Cotrc .ve~rtising~ dt r a ates. Notice to Credtor. -. Levi. Sheri aesH H. Lc.cefn: Dictionary Hld-Iers -Ln~erne NV. -N"C', Mr. Henry Dill, of Br:inghan Alabma, is vi itlg a4 . . .Lide's of this county. RED Ma Toineco. Our town i, excited over the "Ted Moat TobaccQ." The best known. Ask for it. Salesday Monday passed off quietly The uroperty sold was bid off at nom inal Prices by the pa:rticsiterested. A pIcasant moke can be had by a good Cigar for a aiekle. Mr. James G. II. Setzer has accept ed a position in tie ;1ore of Louis Loyns. Mr. Setzer is an old cler", and very competent. Mr. P. W. Wiudham has been em ployed by the sheriff to take charge of the j'il'i4 the place of Mr. J. L. Rowe. Master Chovine R. Sprott left this week to atten(d school zat WoEord CUl lege, and Willie Dais left yesterday for the Citadel Academy. The Cclumbia P...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 5 October 1887

A Mastmttradtr.I -- :Ish To the 1beac? n'Ia L.n hecam' - All our hear! ..ew atlame. For he was an A oli in fe:!ure: Andi the eidin:: th Brightily cro" ::Id al! i worth. Aud we vowed him=' * ''it eraa Blut alas' for it speli Fromi tIe gihied n''k fel From our noble guest, ane ai wity: Andl~ wel:rCeI wit ch:i We w'ere all taiken in By a vender of fruit fromix the city. THE RUSSIAN DOCTOR. Entertaining and Romantic Story from Real Life. [D1TED FRO( THE GERMAY O? M=r. ELIsE POEKE.1 BY MRS. FRANCES A. STIAW. 2waeaslion Copyrig.'ed, 5'7. ?,y .4. . Kellogg * wsi~paper Commy. A CHAPTER V. - I IN G wIV e n t on a a in the -ouse of the Rs-sc - san doctor. De siree took. --rdaily a i lessons while the 1r.guest wanaiere d ' - .. forth with his sketch-book, delaring that the forest and its environs o1reed an inex- -Y haustible store of interesting sie>ots. The terrace was his chosent place for aquarelle painting: in the twilight N shours he sang to his own accompami ment on the piano. Arianne...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 12 October 1887

"AlA tI4t! I-- 2 ;-a . ..- - VOL. III ANNING, CLARENDON COUNTY, S. C. WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 12. NO, 7. .QuloeQ *.l - e ed the Rapahannock, and thn avvauce on Chacellorsville. Iho two i-rigade were riorced by a third and Andersoj in person. With this small force he olb stinately cont'(ted wrv inch of groun nd delaved Hooker's advanct; ut2 Jackson could bring u' his troops, wh< at once asurd1 th otrfisive au-l pre: sei Hooker back to Chancellorsvill,. Whil< Jackson's famCus flank movement was il progress, Ander,.on held Lee's centre The battle was territie, aA Hooker agaii and again tried to break through the thi line. The woods screened the weaknes: of the C afeere i, which was S< fearfully Lrehd, in order to cover th( neces;arVy ground. that in some place the men w, re six feet apart; yet Hooke . as held to his po.SItion until Jack-.or could strike' the fatal blow. ANOY:UM'R IeiMGND. Hokier had har dlv been defcated wher Sedgewick cOssed thbe river at Freder icksburg, carrying ...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 12 October 1887

THE MAYNING TINES. WEDNESDAY, OCT. 12 1887 B. S. DINKINS, Editor. The gala week in the metropolis, provided by the citizens of Charlston for their country neighbors will soon be here. The SIth of this mounth it ,commences, and one whole week will be devoted to a round of sight seeing, pleasure hunting, and rejoicing. The occasion is to commemorate Charles ton's resurrection from the earthquake of August the 31th 1S86, and Charles tonians will do their best to make this celebration of the resurrection of their city outlast the remembrance of the earthquake itself. The old city <deserves this holiday carnival for what she has accomplished in the year following her great disaster, and the whole State will express its admir ation for the heroism of Charleston's citizens, and appreciation of an invi tation to the seven days carnival by -emptying itself iuto her gates. The watchword will be "On to Charleston," on the 31st of October. The celebrated Wallace House which will be remembere...

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. — 12 October 1887

SHE DON'T XEA!W IT, YOU KNOW When the sweet little girl you have learned to adore Refuses her snites to !bostov:. And insists, on th.eo whole. you're a terrible bore She don't mean it, you know. Wha around he'- slim waist your arm you in. trude, In a mauner persuasive and sow. And she springs to nor feet an I pre::ounces you rude, She don't mean it. you know. When you ask for a ki. f:vn the red, loutin lips. And her nocative's faltering and low, Just take it for :r :ted Ks :iung you tips, Aud don't mean it. you knox. When alone in the0 lar:or with her you hold dear. And the licht is .ewitlerinuly low, If she sits on a ebair when t. sofa is near She don't u:ean it, you know. And whetn she says "No " to the question yor ask, With your i-ai t in a flutter anl glow. P in_ tin:es out of ten., when you take her t task. She don't :.I 'ean it, vo:1 know. -John R us Ih-'r in I'A. I River M4rt-mce. HER WANT OF LUGGACE, BY EVA MONTEITH. H) ENEV'ER I find a woman who can travel without a thousa...

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. — 12 October 1887

A Bold Robery. We clip the following from the Williamsburg County Record: A theft was committed in this town on last Friday afternoon, which for boldness of audacity is without a pre cedent in this section. George Bar rows, a colored man, who lives a few miles out of town came into this place in his buggy, drove into Mr. John Coleman's lot at the corner of Main and Academy streets, took his horse and left him with the harness on. Late in the afternoon a young colored man, unknown here, went into the lot, mounted the horse with the har ness on and rode quietly and leisurely out of town. Several persons, who knew Burrow's horse, saw the thief on him, but thought nothing of it un til Burrows went to get his horse and could not find him. Then it w-is that they remembered the circumstance and informed the owner, who, as soon as he could get ready, pursued the thief, who took the public road lead ing from this place in the direction of Sumter. We hear that the thief stop ped at a gentlema...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 12 October 1887

TERM'S SUl~iuPTJ : One Tear. in Adv< $.50, or2.00t the Eypiration of Si:: Momb5. se:-tion, S1.00. Each su~un i:tertionl -' ' prContrae: .blve:rti-sin-:. ece P Lp Ites. nl Nrw Aw~ar~EMLSE NEW-N ADVERZTIsK1ENTZZ S. A. ILhgh-- Ceneral MerchaminUSe. Mrs. A. Edwards -ltarant. .... ii. Lessn heriff sals. M. Levi-Notice to Credizors. C Mrs. Susan E. Dranson--Notce to Cre i- 01 tors. Annuai Mecting --County , o 0 J. .T. 1"aan-1soiNte Mr. W. E. Burgess and inother Re C occupying the neat little cottage by- a Mr. J. A. Burgess'. The School Commssioner advertis. ' es that the Public Schools wili open ii on the 7th of November. tt The Commissioners advrtises their m annuial mleeting to be hcid on the 7tnl 1 of November in this issue. A pleasant smoke can be had by using Foi.Li Bros. RED ME: T Ir - u' a good Cigar for a nickle. See the new advertismoL of S. A. Rigby. His stock is complete ar..d c he proposes to sell as low as the next one. Miss Lou Chandler, daughter of Capt. R. A. Chandler, ...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 12 October 1887

Eut one step more nivnes ruggen r . one lin:erin : 1'. m hr i vi be 'et, And farbehind wih lev. . i0 heavy :ad Of aching heart:m'. aning nke y. Eut one link more iIs nA': hoid anl in ak. and th'n the chlin of li:e . ill 1b un-I n; But one night more, ar(i then I w1k 'Da' L Upithere where life h:o enly .t beun. TIE RUSSIAN DOCTOR. Entertaining and Romantic Story from Real Life. [ADAPTED FRrOM THE GERMAN or Mr. ELISE POE"KE.] BY MRS. FRiANCES- A. SRTAW. 2 gadaon Cpyrigided, tb7 by A. X. Kelogj NeSPtpfp'r (7cenp&iuy. CHTAPT ER V1. T %wa a reliol tc Arnim not to fini breakfatst room. to feel sure that they would not meevvt for the whole day. -1Hi lm ta r ha gone out into the country with hK ,portfolio," he said, taking his place ai the table. "He will -rol ably retara to-morrow or the day a..." "I am glad he is away. said Mari anne. "I will have his chamber thoroughly cleaned." Desiree turned pale. "He must have ;,ronc the night," she said. 1 was awak' very early, but did not hear t...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 19 October 1887

I Iz W D V01 N~z was= nt krm. To theE-Lii-or c iN -;s s. k The artic mi. Ucn on Bei.t-7nsidc :Is. thabtmdy deared I':' to - has not niv. - that criti:1 C-c. Genend J. E. by thea division on the extm - federate posHtin He h's n1"t t Atc fully the part he bor" in tIe r 4 o that most sen tttae?. . him andI to the irut'l of h1 . owj those who were s their t isn o to te they becuone Nslet fe::.r. t .or whom honor is dae." On thc third iy e- te te JohnstoiL: army wasalod urM3 by the le'ons of herrtan C federate lines ex?ed ed in the f:.i . base be;- a bagycre or run, ezt1L MII C(re.k, (vr w"" e one bri- P:a 0ha" e' r to t'!K village. 1:he( c,-on. f Gener...a: min were coUnl ri....a..uta 1 rV andcentreof Genera. which were rath r a' e tuc' village of Be"toavme th i by ,ke*eton ii. 1 cavalry, wv Nur em .).e in commed of th!I,- 1 r r% ment of a ns;w4 isi.,n a::r t: e of iU Works. Yvin-g:,. "r1.d 1" a n'.anded by GolonCe' W;ee aC legion, which comina., D;-vis &getehusiu b ade. .Then the h...

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. — 19 October 1887

WEDSilAY OCT. 19 J137 B. S. )INKINS, Editor. A call is published to-day from the president and secretary of the Clar endon Agricultural Society, for a meet ing of the farmers on the first 'Mon day in November. The most impor tant business to be transacted at the meeting will be the election of ive delegates to the annual farmers' State Convention, to cor vene in Columbia on Thursday the first of December. It is of the greatest consequtce that the meeting in Manning be attendled by a large number of tLa farmers. T he State Convention is intended, and no doubt will have, an immense influence in the succeeding political elections; and the five delegates to represent this county in that Convention should be selected for their wisdom, integrity. -nd prudence. And again, for the common good, they should by all means represent the views of a major ity of the farmers. Then it is the par amont duty of every farmer to be pres ent at the meeting in Manning, and take part, one way or the other,...

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. — 19 October 1887

THE STORY OF A SHELL. 71 held the pink-lipped shell to his ear, And it murmured soft and low A melody in a sweeter strain , Than a human voice could know, And sad as the moan of an autumn wind, Or the sigh of a rivers flow. "MY soul is full of a story told By a river that journeyed down Throngh)alley and quiet meadow land And manly a stately town. And sang of the flowers and vines and trees, And the great rocks, mossed and brown. "But she stopped her singing and sobbed one ? night, V While rain went down from the sky, -As if it pitied her sorrow so t would gi% e her sympathy; 'While she told of a quiet forest nool 'She ever went softly by. "For the trees bent over with long, green arms To give her a blessing of love, And up through the shadows cool shie saw Where the sky arched far above, And the fleecy cloudlet moved across Like a sail or snowy dove. "A youthful face with a golden frame Of waving, shining hair, And bright eyes in a fringe of black, And a forehead broad and fair, LE...

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. — 19 October 1887

ar TiE Tnms office is now in the old Enterprise building. -1 --- The October Cosmopolitaa. The October number of The Cosmnopolitan: is the handsomest and most interesting yet issued. It opens with a beautifully illus trated article entitled : -The rassing of the Buffalo," by William T. Hornaday. giving a graphic account of his recent bnfalo hunt, and showing how the buffalo have been recklessly exterminated. Another striking, timely, and profusely illustrated article is that of George H. Fitch on "The Pigmy, Kingdom of a Debazuchee." The author do scribes the present condition of the Hawai ian Islands, the causes of the recent revolu-I ;ion, and the character of King Kalakona and his subje cts. The third illustrated ar ticle ie the last of the series by Arnold Bur ges Johnson on "Charles Sumner." Two new portraits of the great statesman and . many striking and characteristic anecdotes 1 regarding him are givezi. The article that will, perhaps, attract the most attention is that by J...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 19 October 1887

T!Mas QF S'm V AN One Year, in Advance- . Orf . " the F~wiation ofSix ifb S'hf , -0 o. eUb~sbquent inlsertioi. 50e. 1Zjg Conmr.~t Ativerthiig atrecd ates. Nrv Autums~MLses. J. E f&teure & Sens--Spcial )rgaans. Co. (om.--'adi for iMon2' .J. Furiaan B a -ani. Mrs. W. C. ilic - %Se Ad. Judge J. H. Hudson will preside over the courL at this term. He is a most accomplished jurist and one of the ablest judges in the State. Mis Alma Breeden, of Marlborough. who has been on a visit to frienos in this and Clarendon County, lias re turned home-.oi!"' deac. Numerous ar2 the enquiris a, lo the whereaboutits of Sam Stern, the "Cheap John" mercL,,ut of this place. He Las been absent for some time, and .ne granulated sugar is being sold in his store 20 pounds for a dollar. Belting, Pacing, Oils, and Mill suprlies generally; lowest prices; also, a few second-band Gins Prescss. Loriek & Lowrence, Columbia, S. C. Two of Manning's popular and wit. tv citizens, Major H. H. Leses::e, and Joh...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 19 October 1887

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