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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 26 October 1887

V V vANN.(LiEN( ~(0 iY. 14' LNEIA (~OE~;N,9 bi the b ten up1to their ueas high st point : glossy sai with h:'r wearer's This ie somet - - terix'nat - The coi's produc'io - and wer c . shirt. Cm u applied to oui 1:; dis'pensa appe:-o t which w know by ae11Vd no greater stage 7,11o et u "wvristba d,'" ' . .re.-' . to the sh , separable c r from the vt. - Methodist palueon 0 T 1 , - X nezer Drown by namaw, *'.oe1 nei.ghbors by i-asmdfaeinrm" a uz or so and peti'li:;th ir..... naial success. It bt .u small tradeo., whLch slumaberd lo different h fnos for a good tea ve r> when the tinme had come fcr sc;ut: to arous, .t. a d tho prcsent m n r bounding through time. FIach of the many very ctmii : u S e-ngaged i th'is boanc of trueh nxed up a littl 1 :*i, y tre t'o pv 't hcwp~~t ~Li r.. c in'.. selsv to bth oiL. a. Trov e-ir house. Cileu _1:, amsaoism e millionaires, a lU tu u t . half dozs every e . t i to ba a busic.es *Ni?xa Lows 'o season and is rover'l"l for 1t I.: ness and pree. .o...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 26 October 1887

THE MANIOG T7ES WEDNESDAY, OCT 26 1887 B. S. DINKINS, Editor. At the opening of the Court Mon day morning, Judge Hudson relran ed-from charging the jury any furth~r than explaining the nature of the dif ferent bills given out by the grand ju ry. The full scope of their dutiks, he said, had been explained by his pre decessor on the Bench. The work of the court is bcing -pushed forward with most energetic and effective perseverance, demon strating His Honor's full appreciation of the great expense incurred by the county, and the consequent loss of time on the part of jurors and others necessarily in attendance, re suiting from "the laws' delays" and hitches in the trial of causes; yet, while active ly moving onward the work at hand, never losing sight of a full adminis tration of justice between man and man. It is a noticeable fact and one elicit ing much comment, that almost the entire "Sessions'" time of our courts is taken up in the trial of colored per sons and at this, we believe...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 26 October 1887

HOSPITALITY. SERMON By REV. DR. TALMAGI How to Treat the Strangers that Com Within Our Gates. TrXT: " Giren to Hospitality."-Roman Xii., 13. There is danger that the multiplication < large and commodious hotels in our town and cities, and villaires, will utterly exterm nate that grace which Abraham exhibit< when he entertainea the angels, and whic Lot showed when he watched for guests. the gato of the city, and which Clrist reco; nized as a positive requisite for enterin heaven, when he declared: "I was a strang< nd ye took Me in." I propose to speak this morninA!)fthe tria and rewards of Christian hospitality. T1 first trial often comes in the w-hiiand e centricity of the gue-st himself. There a1 a great many excellent peoplewho have pr tuberances of disposition. aiI sharp edges temperament. and unpliability of eharacte which make them a posit ive nuisance in an house where they stay. (n shert acquain ence they will begin to co ini d the hous, hold affairs, order the m:;lo...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 26 October 1887

The following appointments remain to be filled by the Treasurer: Tindal's Mill, Monday, October 31. s Joseph Sprott's Store, Thursday, Novem h ber 3. Frank Duffy's Old Store, Monday, Nov e s' ember the 7. Foreston, Thursday. November 10. Thomas Wilson's Mill. Monday, Nov em ber 14. Harvin's Station, (c. t. n.) Thursday, No vember 17. J. J. Conver's, Saturday, November 19. C a Midway-McFaddin's Store, Thursday November 24-. James M. Husband's Store, Monday, De cember. . J. McFaddin's. Tuesday, December 6. W. J. Gibbons, Wednesday, December 7. New Zion, Thursday, December S. We are informed that Henry Had dock, a white boy in Mingo towUSnmp accidentally shot and killed a negro woman last Thursday.-County Re cord. Simmons Liver Regulator, the favorite home remedy, is entirz1y vegetable, and is the purest and best family medicine that is compounded. No error to be feard in administering; no loss of time. it is the best preventive medicme and safe to take no matter what the sickness may ...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 26 October 1887

TERMS OF S ulSckTiON: OneYer.r, in A vanc 1. or 2.o at hEmto me t :d -rn: at c. se-tio, Sc.n lase to .ac sn'ose . .- . tr contr:aet l.cr at ree SMe-rs Rytebe & USCofs con ~e to ofi'e i ' -l 'eenu bar uan saes. awha they : s wa So much 'l iur1::c L a:oLt " pied this v- with Court matters that we h'ave been unable to farnish our readers with the usual amount of reading matr. \e are plt-ed to a"dd i L IDui' tOn Coun7te -\NwS Hea0 0100. e on w 1 'ntt Ub -terv. TLe ate - S 1 rema:: and I .wa:I : in our G;.. .1 Ou The l'ir -s1:ve r.- Iue, L rates of tr-avelfr o " ton uing the-ala W iEk to ore ce ) imi1. V\x (d.. day tI t be the suin l A pleasant smnokze c' :n U: L;.,I 70V . good Ci:ar -ir 1, itde. .The fl i v : erS r attedingthistermof hec Cout os. OnE~(L' "'cun 'ri 4our . week.~ dveifise y c h ( t appoc rtet ill be .361:, The oei of 't:, . TI- .i Ais Bu o't he dec. t.. Ba thc water- mncc tag. Captain A. Cv, a . . o f Mani0in1 Bar, anld, also t> a Captain of th Maur-ing Guar W, w1 ...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 26 October 1887

TEXAS Tm A31o m. How Sent fr0: attce ':: -. Vf .he W -..1, hi44 to r us -0 0 -,K' V% Le reab meant. 111 ea:. The Miirg 09 nAe: ;LA rXA W CUrMIg. "1 'Ic '\ x1 calluh i :o a - am In the .u '-. i*. C. When tie, ::. L theyQq putv the light an.: wv 0 nn- r"Ar ki wue car. At the comman.! :i Mhe relues Key eooe out, Smith Wal:" hi ej the door. The robers orie= r.w u b m Beardsley to blno thir hmia en Hw% searched them. I i.2ed tw the: rob. body : V it frotu h . A: was tryin, to Y t i upo the the mes c. got gun, leaned out V: the car ai -I:na at him. The robber. .k d ,hin up and ran cut of s . The tran e t1urx eto i - y, t.he. e-x pres car was Tz-ed . r t Deputy 31.0011S V::n R" .Sa :.1 1U! once startel fr ' S z.: . Af El Pao. nn : Ij Ovnr, e'xP-onmu Mexican r: . : -C U I the "hol'U.:p AMr shal Wvctt :d re n theground :.Iure eap r; -less than iaTy yrds no a wh-re Le shot lay the s*o: . ii body was brought t::k :o 1h cit ar placed beskie his I: e' c : in eri:e An examnin ation sh.rse may owe...

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

VOL. III, MANNING, CLARENDON COUNTY, S. C., WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER ,1I ; O 0 JEFF DA IS AT I 3ACO . HE 31AKES A TRII..PH L MARCH T( THE GEORGIA F-AIR. A Continued Ovation Along Ils Fatir, Jouracy--Row He Was Received 1y ti Staunch People of the Enplre Stam: Splendid Reception Throughout. MAcos, October 24.-Ex-Presiden Davis, accompanied by Mrs. Davis, Mis Winnie Davis and Mrs. Hays, of Memphis, reached here this evening a 5 o'clock under the escort of the specia committee that left here Sunday. Fron the time the car left Biloxi until it reached Macon the pathway was on< streak of flowers. All along the Jie crowds of men, women and chidrer flocked to the train to catch a glimpse oi Mr. Davis, but he was too feeble to re spond. Only at Americus did he ap pear on the platform and that was for a few minutes. A committee from there met the train at Smithville and prevailed on him to do this. The party was joined at Montgomery by the mayor and a large delegation of citizens when the party...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 2 November 1887

THE MANNING Tm, WEDNESDAY, NOV. 2 1887 B. S. DINKINS, Editor. A Cursory -Notice of the Report of the Grand Jury. The grand jury's report publishei elsewhere is a valuable document or account of the fund of informatioi given and thoughtful recommenda tions therein contained. These las address themselves to our Legislativ< officials and will, no doubt, receiv< their careful attention. The lack o space prevents our here giving othe: than a brief opinionative notice of the leading points in the report. The present system of caring for th< poor of the county is deprecated, ani the recommendation made that th< property be sold and a smaller plac< purchased nearer town. In place o the former custom of sharing out ra tions, it is suggested that a common mess hall be established and a cool hired. * * * We heartily agre( with the grand jury in. this matter Only the most infirm and poverty stricken should be admitted to th< bounty of the county, and then, when they are adjudg...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 2 November 1887

ALVAN CLAER. The Interesting Story of a Busy Life, The city of Cambridge, Mass., has lost her most widely known and time honored citizen. At the ripe age of four score years and three, Mr. Alvan Clark, the world-renowned telescope maker and astronomer, has joined the hosts of illustrious men who have passed through death into life im mortal. He was one of the most famous men that this century has pro duced, yet, withal, one of the most modest and unassuming of gentlemen. When in company with a friend, a few weeks prior to his death, the conversa tion turned on his own great age and the short time that must elapse ere he should go to his final rest, and he recited with a simplicity that was touching and impressive those beautiful lines ALVAS cLA. from Bryant's "Thanatopsis," which have been an inspiration to many since they were -penned by their noble author. "Who could constantly study the works of the Creator as I have without trusting him?" he said. There is something grand in the...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 2 November 1887

Grand 3iyxy sentment. STATE OF SOU TI C AROLINA , CLARENDON CoUNTY. In the Court of General Sessions. October Term-1887. To the lion. J. II. Ifuson, Pre.il The Grand Jury beg to make this their final presentment. Of the many duties devolving upon us as citizens, we know of none that involve more weighty and un r easant responsibilities, if rightly and conscientiously performed,, than that of serving as a Grand Jutor. Matters of grave inpor ance have been submitted for our consideration, but through ail we have tried to do our duty as we conceived it in a strict accordance wit the solemn oaths resting up on us. At the May Term a part of our presentment was as follows: Owing to the busy season Jurors can only attend their duties with great inconvenience and pecuniary loss. Many and varinus matters of weight and importance have thus been postponed until an op portune time when it is proposed to enter into'an elaborate and ex haustive investigation of all affairs in which the County is ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 2 November 1887

THE N ING TI Z. WEDNESDA\ NOV. 2, 181. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: One Year, in Advance S1.50, or $2.00 at the Expiration of Six Months. Advertisements.-Per Square, first in sertion, $1.00. Each subsequent insertion. 50c. si' Contract Advertising at reduced ates. Mr. Joseph James spent several days last week with his uncle, Rev. James McDowell. The rain last Saturday prevented the meeting of the teachors association appoint ed for that day. The county jail is now empty. What a record to boast of if it continues thus, till next court. 0. C. C. Cerasine Cough Cure, never fails; 25 cents a bottle at Dinkins & Co's Drug Store, The advertisment of J. Ryttenberg & sons, has been crowded out this week. It will appear in our next. The Sheriff will sell several valuable tracts of land next Monday, salesday. See his ad vertisements. Misses Hessie and Janie McDowell have returned home from their summer trip to the mountains . Rn MEAT TOBACCO. Our town is excited over the "Red Meat Tobacco."...

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

FIGHTING ON HORSEBACK. A Desperate Encounter in Wdch Two Outlaws are Fatally Hurt. LLCOLN, Neb.. October 25.-During the summer a L".unig of ilor.mthieves have infested Howardi ad ujoiniig cotunties:Ld succeeded in running off several vaiuablie horses. Their methods of steting were so ably exceuted that the succ'deti its eluding the officers for several months. They had established statlio:ls, and would run their horses from station to station during the night until the. were safely out of reach in the Indian Territory and Texas. Finally the officers' suspicions were fastened upon Nooh Strohl, a cowboy, who has made himself notorious wn the frontier by his reckless and daring teeds. and .; im Taylor and Charles Smith. who do a great deal of traveling about the country without any visible occupation. Last Sunday the banditti learned tha:t the officers were on their trail and they skipped out in a north-westerly d i:ection through the sandhilis and canvuns of Northwestern Nebraska, wit...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 9 November 1887

VOL. Ill. z.A{NNING, CL.AREN\DONT COUNTY,S.(,EDSDM)MBR9NOii OUR CRIMINAL LAW. SOME TIMELY SUGGESMONS UPON AN INTERESTING StBJECT. Facts and Opinious which Commesdi( Tbemselves to Serious Consideratiou Wc.rk of the Legislature. t eowee Courier-Editorial.) We have read with some interest, but with more surprise, the views of some of our leading lawyers on the defects of the criminal law, and the escape of guilty criminals thereby, as the cause for the frequency and gravity of crimes. They propose changes in a system which ha' met the approval of an enlightened cen tury and advocate them as a remedy against lynch law and the alleged preva lence of crime. We cannot hope, in a single article, to point out all the falla cies in the studied articles of these dis tinguished writers, but will briefly al lude to the salient points of error, which, in our view, they contain. Before entering on the subject, we will state that our views of the criminal law have always been the reverse of those e...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 9 November 1887

THE MANNING TIMES. WEDNESDAY, NOV. 9 1887 B. S. DINKINS, Editor. The C arendon Farmers in Session. iErnW LAST s. T1uDA . The meeting was called to order by the president and the minutes of the last meeting read and on motion ap proved. The chair stated that at a meeting of the executive committee at the Grange Hall a sub-committee was appointed to inquire into the oppor tunities of purchasing a piece of land and building a hall for the use of the association, and to afford the facilities of holding a county fair at some time in the future. The chairman of this committee when called upon said that nothing had been done by the com mittee but that he had cast upon the grounds of old Fellowship church as a most desirable place. Mr. Des Champs expressed himself in favor of the proposed scheme and thought the cite should be as near Manning as possible on account of its central po sition. On motion of Mr. James E. Davis the committee were instructed to continue their efforts in this direc ...

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. — 9 November 1887

FREE GRACES DR. TALMAGE'S SUNDAY SERMON. How We May Become Rich Through the Poverty of Christ. Tzrr: "Ye know the grace of our Lord Jesus Christ. that, though le ucas rich, yet for your sakes He became poor."--II Corin thians, viii.,9. That all the worlds which on a cold win ter's night make the heavensone great glitter are inhabitantless is an absurdity. Philoso phers tell us that many of these worlds are too hot, or too cold, or of too rarefied atmo sphere for residence. But, if not fit for human abode, they may be fit for beings dif ferent from and superior to ourselves. We are told that the world of Jupiter is changing until it is almost fit for creatures like the human race, r.nd that Mars would do for the human family with a little change in the structure of the respiratory organs. But that there is a great world swung somewhere, vast beyond imagination, and that it is the head quarters of the universe and the metropolis of immensity, and has a population in numbers vast beyon...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 9 November 1887

rGoveinor Gordon believes tha when a man has nothing to say h4 ought to say nothing. It is a simpl rule, and yet bow few persons follov it. Scene-public meeting in Cleve land, Ohio. Dramatis persona-. man in the audience and Governor Gordon: -What have you to say of Genera Jackson's speech at Macon?" inquired a man. "Nothing," said Governor Gordon "Do you not consider it treasona ble ?" asked a man. "I have nothing to say," was Gov ernor Gordon's reply. HA n HoUsEs Has been the cause of much bronchial tron bles. Coming out into the open air a slight cold, follows by a severe cough is contracted. Take in time Taylor's Ceerokee Bemedy of Sweet Gum and Mullein. 3 Melrose, Mass., has the honor, so far asrecorded,. of being the first town in the land to close all public schools in order that teachers and pupils might attend a game of base ball. A.Michigan belle, who was jilted t her lover, has brought suit against him for $3,000. Two thousand of this is for her lacerated heart strings-th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 9 November 1887

THE MANING TIES) WEDOESDA\ NOV. 9, 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. 50e. p Contract Advertising at reduced ates. NEW ADVETISEMENTS. J. G. Dinkins & Co.,-Druggists. J. Ryttenberg & Sons-General Mdse. Final Discharge-Mrs. Susan E. Brunson. Dr. G. Allen Huggins-Dentist. Mary Sprott-Letters of Administration, H. H. Leesne-Sheriff Sales. W. Scott Harvin-Brick Machine for Sale. Miss Constance Furman of Green vile spent an evening in Manning last week with friends. The sociable of the scholars of the Manning Academy last Friday even ing was well attended and enjoyed very much. C. C. C. at Dinkins & Co's. Mrs. J. E. Bass with her two sons Mr R. L. and Jimmie Bass, is visiting her daughter Mrs. B. A. Johnson. ' New goods just received at Mrs. Jno. A. Burgess' store, all of which will be sold cheap for cash. "A Vasser girl being asked by...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 9 November 1887

A MAIDENS BLC'H. BY A LADY OF ALD LAMB SYIE. Naiden's 3: : -1uch piui d, Lovely res. : Sweet o:d-fashlont.i dwer, Now tut se:doni se+n in:1 dern Garden or :xoderu bower Alas! your eublemi from modern Society bath nearly lied. Sweet modesty dr.ops, !.nearly .shtrutued. Her charms ar, nea:-.y dead. Words once n to io t- ete h ne The cheek 't iosac! youth and hauty Now with 1.right s:nil :e- is d, Esteemed o society a duty. Yes, words in the" lo::g ago mantling To deepest crimson blu a the mxaiden's cheek By modern beau an Mle re i:rd With eager ear. open heart. words they court. they seek. b, long-lest 2ower: To our gardens, Our bowers, again return That youth and maiden may Each from you a whole.one lessmn learn. sweet tiower re: urn: Wi:h yo.urgeni brush Again the eh eek of fair mniden touc.. Oh.return. swee' tilo er, and resto:e Her lolng-:oat charm, a .uaiden's blush : TUCKER AND) II IS rWUTTERt311LK. The ex-Coagre man's D rink Whilo 3aking - 'ublic Speecher--A Briiia.t Career. (F...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 16 November 1887

.~ I. I~i4i Ill -. V~ III. MANNING, - K ~ CLARENDON COUNTY, S. C, WEI)NESDAY, NOVEMBER 1(, 1~K NO, 12. CAROLINA'S G;ALA WEEK. " BAND GATHEING OF THE FOR LEASURE AN.D PROFIT. The Fair of the State Agricultural andI Mechanical Society--A Splendid Showing of Exhibits and Patrons--The IBest Fair Since the Surrender. The Annual Fair of the State Agricul tural and Mechanical Society comn:eue d in Columbia on Tuesday the 8th inst.. cou tinuing four days: From the Dairy 'cord of that city is taken the following ;ccoun of what was done and what was tler to be seen: First Day. Many persons were disappointed this morning when the rain-drops began to pat ter down, and it was very generally thought that the shower would continue during the day. But not so. The rain held up add the weather was just the proper tespera ture. - The Fair was well attended today, and everything on the grounds wears a gny anod lively appearance. The beauty anti intelli gence of -the State are pretty well ropre seated. ...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 16 November 1887

THE MANNIG TIMES. Published Every Wednesday. b b, WEONESDAY, NOV.'16 1887 B. S. DINKINS, Editor. p The "old farmers" meeting, we un- " derstand, proved a very enjoyable af- f fair for all those who attended. It 0 was social and experientialin feature, and without politics or selfish motives n it was a source of unalloyed pleasure u to its participants. These old farmers d should organize themselves into a per- g manent associatlon. Maj. C. S. Land tl and Capt. E. R. Plowden reprsented cl Cltrandon. c b; For several weeks we missed from A among our exchanges the Palmetto !; Post, and were at a loss to know why o it failed to reach us. It came again ti last week and announced that editor ai -Rodgers had been quite ill. We were ce very sorry to learn this. The Post is ai one of the most out-spoken tearless . papers in the State, and although we tc have never met editor Rodgers we know he is a good, clever fellow. ti The Columbia Register has lately been reaching us early in the morning...

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