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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 14 December 1887

WEDNESDA\ DEC. 14 1v3L TERMIS 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, 50c. " Contract Advertising at reduced ates. Miss Mary Gill, of York, is visiting Mrs. Rosa C. Galluchat. A Levi, Faq., went to Charleston Monday night to attend the meeting of the Grand Lodge of masons. RED MEAT TOBAcco. Our town is excited over the "Red Meat Tobacco." The best known. Ask for, it. The Bardell People argues, and rightly tog that the best way to tell "thebest county" is to look at the ad vertising columns of the county pa per. The Clariosophic and Euphradiaii societies of the South Carolina college will have a joint debate on Wednes day evening, the 21st. We notice that Mr. J. H. Montgomery, of this county, is assigned the distinguished position of representing -the Euphradians in the contest. Farmerswanting fresh field Seed s suited to this climate, will find them at Lori...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 14 December 1887

THE COM110N LAW. A LEARNED ENPJSITIO OF THE S'E JECT B1 M. BISHOP. The Weak Places In Our Common Law%-The Diference Between Judgem and Jurist. How Many Law Books Are Made The Question of Codification. (From the Columbia Daily Record.) At 6.4. last evening the members of the Bar Association assembled in the Senate Chamber at the State House. After disposing of some routine business and e'tcting two new members, Messrs. Paul Hemphill and T. E. MeLure of Ches ter, the Association repaired to the }pall of the House of Representatives. The mtem bers passed in by couples. the procession being headed by the Hon. Win. 11. Parker. the retiring President of the Association, and the distinguished orator of the occa sion, the Hon. Joel Prentiss Bishop of Massachusetts. They were followed by other distinguished members of the Bar. In a few minutes every chair in the House was occupied, not a few of them by ladies. On the .Speaker's platform were the officers of the Association, prominent mem ber...

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

VOL. III. MANNING, CLARENDON COUNTY, S. C., WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 2,IS O 7 iE STATE LEGISLATURE. THE FOURTH WE:EK OF THE eESSION SHOWS CONSIDERABLE WORK. Many Measures of Public :stcrest Adopted - or Rejected--A Good Showing, in Work, for a Very Wor ug Body. CoLrsrrA, December 17.-The record of the fourth week of the present session shows up well in the matter of work hard work-on the part of both Senate and House. While the output of bills may not be very large, yet the number of important matters settled speaks well for the industry of both branches of the General Assembly. Below will be found a synopsis of the proceedings. THE UNIVERSrn. The bill concerning the University, which has been fully outlined in this correspondence, came up as a special order in the Senate. With it were ap pointed for consideration the two bills providing for a separate agricultural col lege. After the adoption of some formal amendments proposed to the University bill Senator Youmans, one of which provide...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 21 December 1887

T T: ~N G TIMS. Pub i.hedl Ecc'try T I Id td cay. WEDNESDAY, C. 21 1887 B. S. DINKINS, Editor. Dr T. R Laaree has introduced a bill in the Legislature requiring the superintendent of the penitentiary to provide seperate maintenance, lodging and training for criminals under fif teen years of age. The purpose of -the bill is a good one and carries out the laws intent in establishing penal institutions for the reformation of the -sinning. The youthful convict suffer ing perhaps for his first crime may be benefited by Ibis incarceration or a least he may be let loose -no worse than when he entered the prison walls, if he is kept apart frem older and hardened criminals. But association with this class must inevitably uproot the last lingering spark of morality and manhood to be replaced by that hopeless depravity of the grayhaired wretches. It is very surprising that this important matter has not receiv ed attention before this. The daily Register reaches this of fce not more than twice ...

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

THE. SANING TIMES. WEDNESDA) DEC. 21 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. .O- Contract Advertising at reduced ates. To-day is the shortest day of the year. The firecracker is upon us and the juveniles are jubilant. The Grove Academy gives the usual Cnristmas holidays to-day. Window Glass-all sizes-Lowest Prices, at Dinkins & Co's. It is a beautiful expression of Lord Bacon's that "he that robs in darkness breaks God's lock." The Manning Academy is to give a public exhibition next Friday night at the Academy building. A little boy has written to Santa Claus, -'Don't send mother no more slippers they is a usanse." t Rsi Mxr Tobcco. Our town is excited over the "Red Meat Tobacco." C The best known. Ask for it. A pleasant smoke can be had by I using Fors Bsos. RED MET LIG.-- r a good Cigar for a nickle. c It is to be hoped that the "Gu...

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

A SINGLE ISSUE. Congress Must Meet the Demnnd for Tariff Reform-Dilemma of Rlepublicans-Pres ident Cleveland's Message Makes Action Imperative. (Letter to the New York Herald.) WASsisTO, December 11.-There is a growing belief among le--ding Demo crats-that Mr. Carlisle would do well for the party's harmonious action on the re duction of the surplus if he should make Mr. Randall chairman of the Ways and Means Committee. The suggestion has been made to Mr. Carlisle by a promi nent Western Democrat, whose belief is that this selection would have the hap piest effect in leading the two wings of the party to "flop together." The sug gestibn does not please the Republicans at all. They have a lively hope that the Democrats will disagreein this Congress, as they did, through the folly of Mr. Morrison, in the last. Those Democrats who think it would be good policy for Mr. Carlisle to ask Mr. Randall to be chairman of the Wajs and Means, do not, however, much ex pect this to be done, because...

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

V IEW VOL. Ili M1ANNING, C'LARENDON COUNTY , S. C., WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 2,i~ O 8 THE LAST OF TIE LEGISLATURE. THE ;GENERAL ASEMBLY WINDS lP ITS BUSINESS FOR T iE SESSION. An Holet >iouth . Work--'lhe Cream of What Was Dore DVarixig the Last W-eek Legislators Leave for Home. CoLvnsaI, December24.-Both houses of :he General Assembly accomplished a ? -ge amount of solid work during this, the lest week of the sessio -. While the fate of most of the big measures had been determined before, the events of the past week have not been devoid of in terest. A resume of the proceedings is given below. CoMiPTTOLLER-GEN ERAL. The election for Comptroller-General resulted as follows: On the first ballot the vote stood: Verner 52, Coit 43, Thomas 38, Withers 23; and there was no election. The second ballot resulted: Verner 59, Coit 40, Thomas 36, Withers 20. The name of Mr. Withers was then with drawn. Third ballot; Verner 75, .Coit 41, Thomas 37. Then came a number of changes, and the President...

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

B. S. DINKINS, Eitor. The editor is off on a Christmas trip, and the printer has been taking holiday. This accounts for the scare Sty of original matter this week. CHRISTMAS! Another year with its joys and sor ~rows, sunshine and shadows, failures and successes, has well-nigh passed away, bringing once again, the miith; and hilarity of jolly old Christmas. A time when heart-burnings and stripe Mould yield place to the sovereignty of oar-better natures, and to an era': ._M ee and good will toward men. It 'is a fit occasion for rejoicing when old and young should lend a helping hand n making the natal day of our Sav rour one of festive enjoyment. Are any bowed down witb bereavement and care ? Then let them emerge from the cloistered seclusion, and join WV the happy band. The old may look '' <th pleasing interest upon the glee .I Vsjidt of the young, and call up, neby one, the happy reminiscences a day that is gone, and live them ver' again. But alas! "the silver ':hS4 eats among th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 28 December 1887

THE MLANNIG TIM WEBKESDA\ DEC. 28 o37.1 TERMS OF SUPSCit~ia One Year. in A 'u S1. J), er .) - .he Er.piration of Sx .atL.. Advertisetuents.-1ktrz aar, stot i. serton, S1.00. 2Each subse qent in-er:c'n. 5e. y Contract Advcinsg at retucli ates. Mr. F. M. Beibow is on a visit t> his family. Window Glass-all sizes- Lowest Prices, at Dinkins & Co's. Miss Addie Auld, of Sumter, is vis iting the family of Mr. J. E. Scott. Miss Shaw, of Sumter, is visiting Miss Emma Eichelberger. Miss Rosa Burnett, of Sumter, is visiting Miss Aunie Lory ea. Miss Emma Rhod us, of Williams burg, is visiting Miss Iuez Clark. Miss Grace Douglass, of Black stocks, is visiting Miss Ifessie Mc eDowell. Misses Emma Eichelberger, Minnie Moore, and Daisy Bagnal are home on a Christmas vacation. Misses Nonie Harvin, Bessie In1 gram, and Sallie Levi are spending their Christmas vacation at home. Miss LucyBarron, who is attending the Sumter Female Institute, is home for the holidays. RED MEr To cco. Our town is '...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 28 December 1887

At Work. "Plane an' ehisel :n' ibintuc": gayly they flash in the . An' sme.'>cdy's wai'in' u t- .eire eInc ho, when my work t' ine. , Somnebodv's bands are: w' ki' for bread - the babes to ea:. Somebody's eyes ite ,c-in' for ma comiu' Cin the sirect. Plane an' chisel an' hane'r: gayy tb flash in the su n:' That's how I used ':r a: my wora: 'I' that song's din. Here 'n the bnn-iy we: it; op 1 chi'i i hau mer an' plane. Not wi' the ('i- good heart-I shall never hat' that again. There's nobody waiting at home for me; the cottage is ali so lone, An' the babes-G'd blss 'cm-it breaks my heart to heir ,u i:eaen. There's nobody :t the window lookin' cut up the village street. An' work do seem so hard :ow: she used t. make It sweet. An' the neighb;rs, i.n1 hearts! they setme an stop at the w:ksb< ni dor. And ities an' talks at' t+kbs-thc; noaa al welI for sure. calmer a bit naybe I': grew; but there'; etiil be the place The emp'v pace in my her, 'spite o' the ehee.'iest face. Soncthin'...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 11 January 1888

VOLII. - MANNINQ' C LAREN DON CUNT "Y, S. C., W EDNESDAY, JANUARY 1,18 O 0 UNDER filE CZAS R ULE. HOW THE PEASANTS OF RUSSIA ARE - KEPT IN SUBJECTION. Long Hours or Duty--Their Homes. Tilling the Soil. Harvestin;: Scenes--An Interest Ing Letter on the Customs of a Remark able Nation. (P. S. Heath in New York Mail and Express.) ST. PTEnsiWRG, December 28. Peasant life life in Russia presents an interesting study. In the rural portion of the country is found quite three fourths of the entire population, St. Petersburg and Moscow being the prin cipal cities, and therefore the bone and sinew is with this class of people. Only about 5 per cent. of the peasants can read and write, and few have the ordi nary instincts of man and woman. They are superstitious, ignorant and stupid. But this is not a wonder. They have been a free people scarcely longer than the blacks of America, it being during the troublous slavery times inthe United I States that Alexander II. issued an ukase giving the wh...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 11 January 1888

Published Every Wednesday. WEDNESDM JAN. 1 1888 B. S. DIK\ TINS, Editor. THE TIMES IN OTHER HADS. THE Tnis, its good-will, subscrip tions, and advertisements have been sold to Prof. S. A. Nettles, who will take charge of the paper this morning. The generous patronage I have en joyed is most warmly appreciated and will be happily remembered. I have endeavored to publish a paper worthy of the respect and support of the peo ple,-and how far I have failed is left with the kind friends of the TntES; but thete is this satisfaction-my ef forts have met with encouragement and sympathy, and a hearty support, _ iorwhich I am indeed grateful. The only reason for withdrawing o r ooem-rthe Tmzs is to give my whole at tention to the practice of law. Prof. Nettles has my best wishes for success and my friends are conjur to give him the support they have so generously extended to me. B. S. DEr-=s. The coronor and his jury charged ,K jth investigating the Sumter trage h'-4 an accused Messrs. Harby a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 11 January 1888

THE MANNING TI=. WEDNESDA\ JAPA I1 1331 TERMS OF SUBSCRIP'ION: One Year, in Advance $1.50, or $2.00 at Lhe E piration of Six Months. Advertisements.-Per Square, first in sertion. $1.00. Each subsequent insertion. 50c. ~ Contract Advertising at reduced ates. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS : Otto F. Weiters-Wholesale Grocer. Boliman Bros.-Wholesale Grocers. John FWerner & Co.-Wholesale Grocers. C. Wuibern & Co.-Wholesale Orocer. Pelzer. Rodgers, & Co.- erziiizers. Wilcox & Gibbs-Fertilizers. Wando Phosphate Co.-Fertilizers. S. R. Marshall & Co.-Hardware. MeGahan, Brown & Evans- Jobbers in Dry Goods, etc. Wmi. Burmester and Co.-Hay and Grain. A. McCobb. Jr.-Liuce, Cement. etc. Charleston Iron Works--See add. Henry Baer-Fruits and \ egtables. G. AIexander- Jeweler. Notice of Discharge-See ad. The report that Mr. T. J. Tisdale was present at the killing of Justice Haynsworth is untrue. He was in Sumter that lay but not near the scene of the tragedy. It was told at this office...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 11 January 1888

11 at the er not to send n' two cold, cruel women. c stay here," I begged amid a rm of sobs. burying my face in her he. "only let me stay and I will do any thing. I willscrub the steps as little Paul does: will be good oh : so good I will never dis obey you. indeed I will not Mrs. Hart's tears flowed at this passicat ate appeal of mine, but she could not grant my request now-it was too late. "You have ever been an obedient a:l good child, Dorcas." she answered. softi'. "and I know you will not fail to male friends wherever you go. Those ladies a"o very nice. I have no doubt, when once you get used to them. Come, cheer up and go and bid the girls good-bye while I get yo.r clothes ready." So saying, she put me gently aside and began to empty out the contents of 1-:y small chest of drawers; while I, sei-. that further pleading would be of no avail, went slowly out to where my comnpanzns were, and proceeded to bid them good-bye a task that was not accomplished without much weeping on ei...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 18 January 1888

1 ' .y :!/ ' t ;. , 1 C . ea ", I r . . I '. I;.' .; I ,AS; C'.. r .r. I rv , / R'y1 !4""" F," !f\ "! \ ti" if 7f tH. ' 4I 7 f + ARL VOL, III, . ; , ' .. : C., WEDNESDAY, . : T ARY 1 .. _ -. _ ___ _____ ___ s..r_ .r .. -."re.e'w ."crrrvtrwsr " ait"'"r 'ri _t 2.!Sw"A[f=L'1 9:2. .L. .Zl. r '=J ' S? - TIE FARMER'S NEW YEAR. HOW TO MAKE A GOOD BEGINNING IN FARM WORK. A Timely Article from an Authoritntive Source--A Glance at the PIst. with Sound Suggestions for the Future. (From ,he Southern Cult ivator 1 Notwithstanding failures and disap pointments of the year just closed, and in view of the promises that "seed time and harvest, and cold and heat, and summer and winter, and night, sLdl not cease" let every one apply himself with new hope, redoubled energy and un flagging zeal to the duties oi the New Year-1SSS! REVIEW OF THE PAST. New Years' is the traditional time for making new resolutions. It is a con venient time to "turn over a new leaf," as it is commonly expressed. In order to ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 18 January 1888

THE MANIG TIMES. Pulished Every Wednesday. WEDNESDA1 J#N. 18 1888. S. A. NETTLES, Editor. THE CHANGE. The public has already been noti fied of the fact that I have bcught the MAiVmnG TIMEs. I purpose using my best efforts to give the people of Clar endon a readable newspaper, and shall especially give attention to such mat ters as most concern, or will most in terest, the people of this county. I have bought the Tags for the pur pose of making money, and shall bear in mind that people buy those things that have merit and are needed. S. A. NETTLES. LYNCH LAW, We are decidedly opposed to lynch law. It savors of misrule, of lawless ness, of anarchy, and it should not be upheld or tolerated in any civilized ommunity. We can see how that in new communities, where, as it were, every man's hand is against his neigh bor, and the community itself is made upof lawless persons, there may very well exist "vigilance committees," which in themselves constitute prose cutor, judge, jury, and execut...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 18 January 1888

THE KANeaN TI~ES. WEDNESDA\ IAN, 1, 1888. Emily Hampton, colored, was car ried from this county to the lunatic asylum last Monday. Rent Liens and Supply Liens, for asle at the Tnas office at lowest fig ures. W. A. Williams, Esq., and H. J. Havnsworth, Esq., have formed a law partnership in Greenville. Mr. J. M. Player, of New Zion, kill ed thirty-eight birds in forty-four shots. Pretty good. The Treasurer says that the collec tion of taxes has been very good, and that the delinquent list will be small. Prepared Paints, Ready for use, all colors, lowest prices; and Oil, Varnish, Brushes, etc., at Dinkins & Co's. The bridges of the county are re ported to be in fine condition, but some of the roads are said to be not so good. Rev. John C. Chandler, of Sumter, and Miss Julia Zeigler, of Abbeville were married January 5th, at the residence of the bride's parents. The professors of the Theological Seminary, of Columbia, object to their students attending the lectures of Rev. Jas. Woo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 18 January 1888

Dorcas Caledon, THE HEIRESS OF CAIEDOX HEIGHTS. AN AUTTOBIOGR.APH - BY FLORENCE E. DIAMOND. CIAPTER IV. Mrs. Clayton turned to a servant who was -in the room, and said quietly: "You may take this child to the school-room for to day, Ann. Tell Miss Dallas she will at tend to her as to others. I obediently followed the girl to the school room, which was a handsomely-furnished apartment on the second floor. The servant opened the door and gave me a shove inside. "'Mistress said she was to study here to-day," she cried, and shut the door, leaving me standingin the middle of the floor. I raised my head and loolced around. At a desk in one end of the room, a grave, plain-faced girl of perhaps two-and-twenty was sitting listening to a recitation from one of the three children under her charge. When she saw me she bado me be seated, but she' neither smiled nor gave me any word of welcome. Ier thoughts seemed far away, I thought, for her voice. though even and well-modulated, never raised or...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 25 January 1888

' I .' / ', . 1 ,l '( Fp s .1 ," r ".. rAl VOL, ell III. 11 AN IN , 'I,: I I ; TI : ' ; 'y' ', S. C., Wl I.JI)NESDAY, I; IiIII UAR 1 LAWS OF THE STATE. Some of the Work of the Recent Session .of the Legislature. An Act in Relation to- Forfeited Lands, Delinquent Lands and Collection of Taxes. Section 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and House. of representatives of the State of South Carolina, now met and sitting in General Assembly, and by the authority of the same, That hereafter immediately upon the expiration of the time allowed by law for the payment of taxes in any year, the County Treasurer of each County shall, and is hereby au thorized and directed to issue in the name of the State a warrant or execution in duplicate against each defaulting :ax payer in his County, signed by him in his- official capacity, directed to the Sheriff of his County or his lawful deputy, requiring and commanding him to levy the same by distress and sale of so much of the defaulting taxpayer's estate...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 25 January 1888

THE MANIG TIXES.I Maillilg, B. C. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY I,. 1888. S. A. NETTLES, Editor. THAT LETTER. We send out to-day a letter to all our subscribers who are in arrears, and we earnestly ask that every sub scriber who gets one will at once re ply. If it is impossible to send the money at once, and a delay of four or five days must be had to raise the money, then please send us a postal card, stating when you can send the money. If it is impossible just now to send all the money, then send as much as possible, and let us know when the remainder can and will be sent. We cannot continue sending the paper indiscriminately to any one whose name may be on the list. We must conduct our business in a more B1usiness-like way. We will send the paper to any one, for the cash in ad vance; or we will send the paper for a reasonable length of time to any relia ble person: but we must draw the line somewhere, and we cannot continue sending the paper to any one who owes for as long as a year, uile...

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