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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 16 December 1885

mANNING TIMES. WEDNESDAY, JAN, 21, 1886 Mie at GFO. P. THIS PAPERROW= & Co's uIewspper .&dvertig Bureau(10 Spruce st.), .made or U.~ NEW YORK. TERMS OF SBS'CRIPTION: Me Year, in Advane $1.50 or $2.00 at Expirationi of Six "Months. Advertisements.---Per Square, first in Soion, $1.00. Each subseqent insertion. 50. par- Contract Advertising at reduced -Advertising in Local Colunin, 10c. per l-ine. ZV& Our Terms for all Transient Adver tiisements, are invariably in advance. Our columns are open at all times, for the expression of opinions on all subjectsof pub ie interest. but we are not responsible for vi2ws of our correspondents. Local Intelligence. cheap opportunity is offered at eTbms office to a purchaser of a pi ano, organ or sewing machine. Sales day next Monday. '-The Board of County Commission ers will be in session to-day. Mr. W. B. Bonham paid our office ! pleasant visit Saturday. Notice. I will visit Manning the 1st of Feb rary next, and remain 'till the 6th. hos...

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. — 16 December 1885

TOBACCO CULTURE. Rules Governing the Experiment--The Appointment of Expdrimenters in the Several Counties. The Board of Agriculture has ap propriated $1,800 for the purpose of encouraging practical expiments in the culture of tobacco in this State; $50 to be given to one farmer in each eounty, selected by a committee of three practicarfarmers, and a premium of $100 to the farmer reporting the best results. the Board has issued a circular con taining the following conditions, which must be complied with: "One acre of land must be culti vated in tobacco. A correct record must be kept, showing the date of seeding and setting plants, the variety of seed used,- the character of the soil, the quantity and kind of fertilizer applied, the daily condition of the weather during the season (:cmpera ture and rainfall), the cost of produc ing the crpy, including.every item of expense coinected therewith, the num ber of days' work given to the crop, kind and cost of labor, date of cutting and car...

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. — 23 December 1885

VOL.~~~~~~~~ II ANNC oxCUT.S .EDNESDAY DECEMBR1,18..T.1 THE R ISE OF UEt CrESTNUT It is a matter ofl reproach to our so cial scientists thag the habits and cus toms of the joke have received so little attention. It is at error of the vulgar to suppose that a J ke is a literary me teor that :inhes a --oss the intellectual skv for a moment ind then disappears forever. Even trained observers have been deceived inti expressing much the same opinion; and a celebrated scientist, whose services to mankind justify us in conceiing his name iV connection with the charge, was heard to declare that a joie was "an instance of intellectual abeitation unworthy of serio, attention." i Nothing could be further from the fiets. Leaving aside any discussion of tik first cause of the joke, which would ivolve us in the obscurities of metauysical discussion, we may state boldi that the joke has well-difined habits nd peculiarities, and a study of its hotory and develop ment is weil worthithe attention of ...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 23 December 1885

TIMMAN1NING TI~S.I WEDNESDAY, DEC. 16, 1885. B. S. DINKtNS, Editor. With this issne. the Tixxs has started on rs second year. The success of the paper t., the present time has been gratifying in aeed, owing to the kindly assistance and Pnerous patronage of a best of friends, to whom we return our grateful acknowledg Ments. Heretofore we have intentionally refrain ed from alluding, in any manner, to the re missness of those of our readers whose sub Scriptions are unpaid, and Aven now from a tender regard for their gs, we hope, that they will consider our new year and t* harvest season a sufficient excuse. Our terms, as are well known, require the money in advance of the paper; yet. ther3 are many ,hW bave been thus far indulged, and our kuprise will be great if they do not make basteo settle their arrears, and pay in ad vanea for the coming year. A strong petition has been forward ed to the General Assembly urging an increase of the salery'of the Trial Jus tie at Manning. The reasons...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 23 December 1885

WEtNESDAY, DEC.23, 5 I PA TP e at snug 5~i TELL o wmpp,-r MvI'ert.~n:: Bureau (0 sprai where dv:- iz eo,?rz-st b' "C m~ade foi U. TERMS OF sUBs(RIFTION OneYear, in .vnce s1.~>0. or $2 the Expir-atiOn ofSix Months. Adverti.ements.-Ier Square, fi. sertion, $1.00. Each snbsegnent insertion. 50c. Contract Advertising at ret ertising in Local Cilunmi. 10c. Z-L Our Terms for all Transi;ent Ac tinements, are invariably in _Avance. Our columns are open at -:l times for expressiou of Opinions on ell subjectso1 p lie interest. bu we are not responsible the rizws of our correspondems Local Intelligence. Died in Manning Dec. 21st, Mi Dickson. wife of Mr. E. E. Die n. The death of this estimable La dy has thrown a veil of sorrow ove this entire community. Those wh knew her, appreciated her as a kind Wentle friend. Her husband has been 1-reft of a faithful wife. Her child ~en have lost a teuder, :dffectionate mother-one whose services never wearied in their behalf. She cheer fully smiled upon ...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 23 December 1885

THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY. 'WHAT THEY ARE DOING AND WHAT THkY ARE NOT DOING. Isydaysis of the Proceedings of the Seuate and the House, in the Third Week of the Sesion. The third week of the present ses sion of the Legislature opened on the 7th inst. The Senate was not in ses sion, having taken holiday for that day, but got well to work on the morn ing following. We give below a synopsis of the week's work, so far as it is of general interest: Among the measures passed by the Senate is the joint resolution providing for a constitutional amendment en abling the Legislature to adopt the Federal census for the apportionment of representation. The vote was yeas 26, nays 3. The bill to incorpo rate the town of Cainltoy, in Berkeley, was the only one defeate4 on a third reading. Senators Buist and Smythe united in saying that they found that the bill would give the control of the* town to the negroes and leave the liquor question in their hands. The tillowing were defepted on un favorable repor...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 13 January 1886

O. MANING, CLARNDON COUNTY. S. C., WEDNESDAY, DECEMBE S6-O'nt inurie% g~te~I by the? Close of the ear Up to the pre-ent monuth the farmer has been lookii fo ward. The con summation of his pla Z, the final out come of his labor an oil, in the shape of cotton bales and o er crops, have been the objective po zs before him Now, these cease to 1 matters of ex pection and become Ittcrs of fact. We hope hi expec: ionS have not been too large and hi rOps too small; we trust that having z, rv wiseiv, he has reaned bountifully. But, however, well he has done, he 1 ght have done better; farming has n.j reached per fection and - retr04pec( may be very useful. Let us go bacl together and review the vear's wor Looking at it now in the light of re, Its, was your vear's work well pilaied? In the first place was the wot undertaken proportionate to your mans: did you attempt to do more ths you could well manage: did you aetpt to do more than vou could %4] manage; did vou have enough hge-power to work...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 13 January 1886

WEDNESDAY, D. 23, 15. B. S. D'NKNS, Editor. CQUNTY TAXES. Again the saue odd story is repeat ed by the County Cownissioners to claiiants, "we can't pay your clims. there is no money in the Tre"asury. Their story is too true. rom the tax. levy of the last fiscal year the Treasur er his reported but $5,3% to meet a registered debt of over C7,G1. This deficit, to pay which there is no prospect, is largely due to pers)ns in narrowed circumstances, who no doubt have depended upon what is owing them by the County, to meet' pressmng debts, or perhaps supply them the necessaries of life. Is it wisdom or economy for the Commissioners to contract these obligations when thc means of meeting them is clearly want ing ? Is it just to entice men who ie pend upon their daily exertions procure a livelihood for themselves; and families, with promises of remun oration, to spend their money and time for the County when to compensate them is imposible? No! Bettcr let us stand still and every nian's law ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 13 January 1886

Fr WEDNDAY, DE. /3, - TIHiS PAPER Via = ,ewspap-r Advert:-.. n teau o spru st.), whereu Y9% inade Lo01c E' TERNS OF SUIBCRIPTION One Year, in .Advance z1.50. or $:2 the Expiration o f Six Month Advertisem ent. I-Per Square, fi. sertion, $1.00 Each sbsencft insertion. 50c. Contract Advertising at ret Iertising in Local Collon. 10c. line. ,ar Our Terms for all Transient At tiements, are invariably in _dvance. Our col.mns are open at all times. for expression of Opinions on t. snbjectso1 p lie interest. but we arte not responsible tre viws of unt eer:Ondems Local httenligence. Died in Manning Dec. 21st, Mi Ia Dickson, wife of Mr. E. E. Die n. The death of this estimable la dy has thrown a veil of sorrow ove this entire community. Those who knew her, appreciated her as a kiind rentle friend. Her husband has been 9reft of a faithful wife. Her child ren have lost a tender, affectionate nother-one whose services never earied in their behalf. She cheer 'uly smiled upon their innocent sport,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 13 January 1886

THE GENERAL ASSERBLY. WHAT THEY ARE DOING AND WHAT THEY ARE NOT DOING. fynopsis of the Proceedings of the Senate and the House, t4he Fourth Week of the Session. The Senate passed the bill to repeal the Act prohibiting the sale of spiriti ous liquors in Oconee county. The bill to revise the usury law was killed. There was no opposition whatever to the bill to permit the sale of dome-tic wines (manuTactured in the State) without a license. The bill to amend Section 1,021,:Gene'ral Statutes, relat ing to disbursement of poll tax, was killed. The House bill to require the board of agriculture and the directors of the penitentis'y ia. pay into the State treasury ad moners collected by them from any souce liad been unfavorably reported by the agricultural committee, who considered -that it would hamper these departmlents in expenditures which were pMoper but could not be anticipated by the General Assembly in its appropriation bills. Other Sena tors objected to it. because.it would place ...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 20 January 1886

VOL. II. MANNING, CLARENDON COUNTY, S. C., WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 13 1886. .5. OLD TDI 1 RCALLED. A Membe-r of Etimare Cabi't T-ila The 1;,t i muber of M1J* ardFilmore' a: t Hon. A. H. H. Stuart, of iau;ton. Y.L. Lo 78 years of :!. :n-! a li ce lion of - "h mf:oday. A porte~r for th:- Yrw Yorkfu A & press mtz himn 11:,0 othezs day at i: - Fifth Ave:u. ht.weh w:. :-.t tcndance r :b h -:n :f the trus tees of ti.. Puwiv inn1.''f 'm he is one. a Md :, stooped v. . . ?amal, clan shaven fac : e "Teiv can n:>Ve" ':111oVm mmo ry w li. I ,;v.( i v:,- Se t:.rv of ;:1 interior frt.u 1I w -8 "e"t in to the cabi .a :-er .F m became pres . o. cou.e were Daniel We '- . :: of: .' a-i died in S.- -:n. 1 id. e ceeded by 1E .w:i re--e's Corwin er u r.rt- Grauy Caaries M. Co..rA, - c,::'--r :; Gov. WiimA. Gar:,ur;Jh Nathan . life,0; 1:V., IS~mse general. 'dr. Gr A~ a _inngt for vice rd -: . . a r signe.d. J,: P. K-a, of Mary lan1d, then. wen:. ,u theo ;:leket in h1:1m plac. .OLi lln t ih e. I a Io i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 20 January 1886

WEDNESDAY, JAL 13, 1886. B. S -DINKINS, Editor. We publish in to-days Thrs the ad mrees delivered by Capt. R B. Till man before the Clarendon Agricultur al Association on last Monday. Not withstanding the extreme cold, owing to Capt. Tilman's wide reputation, an inteligent audience was present. The address was appreciated by a good many, but there were others who considered it extreme and un ebaritable. The wholesale denuncia tion of the officiaeenduet admotives of the "powera that be," gives it the compexion of a personal or partisan attack, rather thai a-ealm effir,. hav ing for its purpose desired and needed Reform. The- Speecheomaied many good poiats,-and we heartily concur in some 6f the reforms suggetsted, but we most earnestly deprecate any leg i na n based upon the extravagant principles and propositions advocated by Capt. Tillman. Why should the farmers of the State enter into a crusade against those sup posed to reiesent other interests? Anarchy an& jibitical confusion...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 20 January 1886

TEMANNIG -TIMES WEDNESDAY, JAN. 13, 1886 K ale at COso. F. THIS PAPER C ewspape-r Advertsing Burea(1O Spruce St.), where ad"eti= contrncts ,n NEy be nade for It I, TERMS OF %UBS( R1PTION: One Year. in .--. a. $1.50, or $2.00 a che Expiration of Six Months. Advertisements.--Per Square, first n sertion. $1.W00 Each subsequent insertion. 5(k-. pi' Contract Advertising ,at reduced rates Advertising in Local Column, 10c. pez line. .l- Our Terms for all Transient Adver tieiefents, are invariably in advance. Our columns are open at all times, for the expression of opinions on all subjects of pub. lie interest. but we are not responsible fox the views of our correspondents. Local Intelligence. *p Index to New Advertisements. Trumbo, Hinson & Co.-Factors. Pelzer, Rodgers & Co.-Fertilizars. Otto F. Wieters-Grocer S A. Nelson & Co.-Boots and shoes. Wilcox & Gibbs-Guanos. Follin Bros -Tobacco and Segars. H. M. Nathan & Son-Carriages. Carrington, Thomas & Co.-Jewelers. He...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 20 January 1886

WORK OF OUR LAW-MAKERS. A.YURIER LIST OF IPORT ANT ACTS OF TAZ GENERAL ASEIBLY. Now Laws and Old Laws maule over to Salt she Times-The Result of a Haird-Work ingSessios.. Act to provide for and reguilate the incopourai:al Q towns of l:-!s than onle thou-and idhabitantas ins this Saate. Act to authorize the county commi ai ners of flanp!on cotltjy to oCa and con!truct a public highwav across Act to autnoriz. tic true~ee of th Ufniversity of iSoni, Criat e ert.in pr'optyiv belonging to tIc Sot h Cailina (feIC. Act to provide far and r eulate the incrporation-of :manufacturing com pasics in ti I t e. Act to incorp rate the ro-.%-n of M4onnt (CarI: o the savw Val ley f;ilroad, -Abieviie c y Act to prebctibo the pair nez cer btin stamntorv lien-. Act to incorporat'e tihe ik c ut Caadoanrne anAd, Conway Rihway Company. Act to provide two alhiti zat trial jaoticoaa for (artnton c,>unty. A Joint Re.soiltiion to m: 'or- z, tl-e school :ru-etes of School :- ii -i nm ber tireive,(1) flampto...

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. — 27 January 1886

VOL. II. MANNING, CLXRENDDN COUNTY, S. C., WEDNESDAY, JANUARY_20 1886. NO.6 The Well of Saint John. [The old well of Saint John in the parish of Newton-Nottage, Gamorganshire. has a tide of its own, which is generally 'elieved to run counter to that of the sea, some half-mile away.] "There is plenty of room for two in here. Within the steep tunnel of old gray-stone,, And the well ;s so dark, and the spring so clear. It is quite unsafe to go down alone. "It isperfectly safe, depend upon it. For a girl who can count the steps. like =e; And If ever I saw dear mother's bonnet. It is there on the hiil by the old ash-tree." "There Is nobody but Rees Morgan's cow Watehing the dusk on the milk-white sea. "XiS the time and the place for a life-long vow, Such as I owe you, and you owe me. "Oh. Willie, how can I. in this dark well? I shall drop the brown pitcher, if you let go; The long roof is murmuring like a sea-shell, And the shadows are shuddering to and fro." "'Tis the sound of the ebb i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 27 January 1886

THi XAI60a 1?I1"Sa EHNESDAY, JAL 20, 188. B. S. DINKIUS, Editor. SIMPLE LARCENY EXPLAINED. We would bring to the attention of eur Trial Justices, for their informa tion, the decission of the Supreme Court as to the legal signification of the term Simple Larceny,which, here tofore, has been generally believed to Ie any taking, aninus furandi, of poperty under the value of $20. Now the larceny attended with aggravating .ircumstances, isaFeloney, though un der the vale of $20. The following extmct is from the decission referred to, delivered in the.case of the State vs. Clary. Our Statute does not wake every petit lareeny a misdemeanor, but only simple larceny, Gei- Stat. See. 2,498. Where therefore the larceny is aggra vated by some special circumstances which render i compound, the pro visions of the sthtute do not apply, and the offence remains as at common law, a feloney, and is not reduced to the grade of a mdemeanor. rROPERTY RRESENTATION. A correspondent, whose thoughtful letter...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 27 January 1886

MANNINGTIMES@ WEDNESDAY, JAN. 2, 1886. miV b~e round 001 Rfile at GEO. P. 111 IS PAPE ROWE!.- & Cos .ewspapr Mlvertisi. Bureau(10 SprcO St.), for NEW YORK. TERMNSOF SfBS(1 IIPTI0: Ohe Year, in Advance $1.50. or $2.00 at Expiration of Six Months. Advertisenlllts.-Per Sqnarn. first in settlon, $1.00. Each subseqnent insertion. 50. ii Contract Advertising at reduced -Advertising in Local Culumnl, 10c. per -line. mir- Our Terms for all Transient Adver tisements, are invariably in advance. -Our columns are open at all times, for the expression of opinions on all subjectsof pub ia interest. but we are not responsible for viws of our correspondents. Local Intelligence. cheap opportunity is offered at h TMs office to a purchaser of a pi mo, organ or sewing machine. Sales day next Monday. %The Board of County Commission ers will be in session to-day. Mr. W. B. Bonham paid our office pleasant visit Saturday. Notice. I will visit Manning the 1st of Feb ruary next, and remain 'till the 6th....

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 27 January 1886

A MAN WHO CULTIVATE.D SUVEMEt THOUsAND ACRES OF LAND. Tho 'Remarkable Career of Colonel Rich ardson-He Rises from a Poor Boy to be the Richest Planter in the World. The death of Colonel Edmund Rich irdson, the cotton king of the world, which occurred at Jacksonl, Miss., on Monday night. was not un!ike that of William H. Vanderbilt in its sudden ness and general character. le left Jackson the Sunday before onavisit to Vicsburg, and his son, W. B. Rich ardson, who was with him there all dar Monday, says he had never seen his fartber in better apparent healhh or in finer %piritL. 01 his return trip to Jackson his fellow travelers comment ed on his extreme jocularity. He ar rived at $ackson at a little before 10 o'clock Monday night and went to supper in the Edmunds House restau rant. He intended taking the 1:30 ni.fht train for New Orteanq. After supper he crossed the street to see to some persons who were making clothing for the convicts which he em pluyed. A few moments later his cri...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 3 February 1886

VU In the Lonely Back Pew. Tha sermon was long and the preacher was prosy. The cusbion was soft and the corner w" oozy; And, musing. I knew By my side in the pew Was a dear little face tiat was dimpled and rosy. A stray bit of lace and the curl of a feather Lay close to my cheek. and I didn't care whether The service was long. Or flirting was wrong In a loaely back pew, as we knelt down to gether. In reading the prayers we had one book be tween us; So sweet was her smile that, had nobody seen UL While bent on our knees (Oh how Cupid did teasel1 Iha Wen akiss with the prayer lbook tc screen us. In theoriel window the sunlight was gleam ing. In my drowsy old brain I felt love fancies teeming: Then my heart gave a thump But my head got ft bump On the back of the pew-I had only been dreaming. -Life. A SOCIETY LADY. How the Demands of Fashion Are Sat Isfied. Errot -tie Morning Bath to the Evening Reception. A LIFE OF LUXtRY. A little French gilt timepiece ticking away the minutes in an u...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 3 February 1886

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 3,1886. B- S. DINKINS, Editor. The Wilmington S!ar speaking of the recent fire in Wilmington, iml which between a half and a million of dollaSr' worth of property was destroyed, s the fire was caused by a viohtuon of the Sabbath. A writer in the -V an,'i a 'lod signing himself "A simon pure farm er" complaining of the many grievan ees imposed upon the farmer by the Vandallawyer, declares the voracious set have actually gobbled up all the offices of judge. Poor fellow, how he must suffer! May be the ermine would heal his wounded spirit. LRNS LAW ISUMMARY. The News and Courier of the 25th inst. has nearly three of its pages i led with opinions, gathered from its correspondents in the various coun ties of the State, as to the effect of the late amendment to the Lien Law, giv ng the landlord a priority lien, on the farming interests of the State. The views, expressed widely differ as to the wisdom of the act, but the opinion generally prevails that the farmer, as aclass...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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