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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 21 March 1888

Tr"" Published Ecery iWednesday. S. A. NETTLES, Enrron AD PZOIrIrETOn. M. CLINTON QALLUCHAT, -AvERTIs3G AGENTr. Terms: S sTerm s:n o R -rs.- O ne copy, one year, $1.50; one copy, six months, 7. c nts: one copy, three months, 5;0 cents. A-l subscriptions payable in advance. ADynrisINc lRTES.-One squar-', first :n - sertion. $1 0; each subsequent insertion, 50-cents. Obituaries and Tributes_ of Respect charged for as rdguar.advert:se ments. ,i'beral contracts made for three, six, and twelve months. CotuxicTrioxs must be acco Si anied by the real name and address of th1e writer in order to receive tntiou. No coita:n cation of a persornal chamentr a O Lu lished exeapt as an advertisenent. For f'.rther inforn.on S. A. N ?rT. 'WENESlA\, MARCH 21, 138. Four Name in Print. Mr. R. 1:. iudgins, of Foreston, spent last Thursday in town. Rev. J. S. Porter, of Forestn, w . s town yesterday afternoon. J. D. Alsbrook, Esq., editor Marlboro COroni2e, was in town last week. Miss Rosa McCoy:n, of Dar...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 21 March 1888

ANTIQUITY OF THE TELEPaONE.' The Priests in India Have Used it for Two Thousand Years. "The principle of the telephone has been known for 2,000 years in India," was the rather incredible statement made last night by Fred Amesbury, who has just returned to New York after a two years' sojourn in the land of striped tigers and wonderful fakirs. "I do not assert, mark you," continued Mr. Ames bury, "that they use the telephone as we use it, or that they have any system of general communication. What I do say is that the high caste people have a method of communicating with each other by vibratory action on a dia phragm, just as we do, but it is confined entirely to their temples, and its exist enoe has remained a secret until within a very jew years. "It was in a town called Panj, about 200 miles from Madras, and while there became acquainted with an English officer named Harrington who was a puime favorite with the natives because on one occasion he had saved a priest from drowning. He...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 28 March 1888

VOL.III. MANNING, CLARENDON COUNTY, S. C., WEDNESDAY, MARCH 28, 1888. NO.11. CRIST OUR EXEMPLAR. HOW HE URGES AND IMPELS TO A COURSE OF CHRISTIAN CONDUCT. The Saviour Considered as a Motive to Patience and Perseverance in Christian Labor-A Sermon Delivered by the Rev. A. Mc.A. Fittiman. of Winnsboro, S. C. "For "onsider him that endured such con tradiction of sinners against himself, lest ye be wearied and faint in your minds"-IIcb. XII.:3. Christians we do well to take our near the middle cross, on which the Prince of glory died, and settle all questions of -duty and opportunity in full view of the "man o: sorrows and acquainted with grief." There are duties and opportunities thrust upon the army of the saved to-day, as never before in the history of mankind. The Christian world has as little patience now with those. who hold that the former times were worse than these in every particu lar, as with those who say that ."the former times were better than these" in all respects. It se...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 28 March 1888

A Mystery of the Sea and the Romance of a Wreck. BY NEREN NEVtLLE. Copyright, 168,by The A. . Kedlogg Newspaper Company.l N a bright morning in the middle of the month of August, Arthur Beckweth, who had been trav eling for several years, found him self, in company with his fellow passen gers, eagerly watching the approaching shores of his native land from the deck of a South American steamer. In due time the steamer reached her dock, and a day or two later Beckweth was with bis aunt at Rockberg,. on the New En gland coast. Although the first summer residence of Rockberg had been erected for near ly thirty years, but a dozen establish ments of a similar kind had ever fol lowed it. This was chiefly owing to the fact that Rockberg was situated somewhat off the beaten line of travel, and but few persons had as yet dis covered its attractiveness. To persons of quiet tastes and habits, such as were the summer residents of the village, there was much there to excite their admiration as th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 28 March 1888

THE MANNING TIMES. WEDNESDA\, MARCH 28, 1888. LOCAL AND OTHERWISE. A young man from Newberry was recent ly expelled from the South Carolina Col lege, for plagiarism. Mr. H. S. Cunningham has begun the publication of the Spectator at St. Mathews. It is an eight page paper, full of interesting readig. While in Charleston last week, Maj. H. H. Lesesne had his pocket book, containing about twenty-five dollars, stolen from his room in the hotelat which he was stopping. Mr. M. L. Thompson, living in Oconee county, when he had been married only three years was the father of six children. He is a twin, his wife is a twin, and he has three pairs of twins at home. It has not been fifty years, nor was it fifty miles from Y uing, since the costs in a certain 'n4 about a yearling worth '. , parties to the suit .4eYen - a. The case was In court about eieven years, and the hide of the ye..rling was almost worn out carrying it to cort so often. Miss Callie L. Haynes, of Spartanburg county, took her...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 28 March 1888

THE MANNING TIMES. Man -in ga, M. C. S. A. NETTLES, Editor. WEDNESDAY MARCH 23, 1888. Mr. J. Harry Lesesne has mounted the editorial tripod of the Enterprise, and will hereafter do the pencil posh Pg.of tiht paper. Mr. Lesesne is a young man of sterling merit, and will be a valuable aequisition to the Eu terprise. We welcome him among the printing craft. A saloon keeper tells us that there are at leas.t fifteen men in this county. avho are doing an illicit liquor busi ness. They have U. S. licenses, and do not fear harn from the State. He says the U..S. Government connives at this illicit proceeding, by refusing to let the names of the holders of these licenses-be made kuwn. We desire to see the liquor business sup pressed, and ask for more light on this subject. Who can give it to us? Theecommittee of the Grand Jury, appoipted to examine into the county offices, -,ere in session last week, making their examinations. By re quest Mr. F. P. .Cooper, foreman of the last Gx.d Jury was p...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 28 March 1888

THE MANNING TIMES. Published Every Wednesday. S. A. NETTLES, Enrron AsD Paormi'xon. M. CLINTON GALLUCHAT, ADvErISING AGENT. Terms: Sb scarrox RTE.-One copy, one year, $1.50; one copy, six months, 75 cents; one copy, three months, 50 cents. All subscriptions payable in advance. Avzxasrso RATEs.-One square, first in sertion. 100; each subsequent insertion, 50 cent. Obituaries and Tributes of Respect charged for as regular advertise ments. Liberal contracts made for three, six, and twelve months. Coxmascrzos must be accompanied by the real name and address of the writer in order to receive attention. No commum - cation of a personal character will be pub lished except as an advertisement. For further information address S. A. NETTLES, Manning, S. C. WEDNESDA\, MARCH 28, 1888. For other locals see third page. Chew Hygeia Tobacco, at Dinkins & Co.'s Drug Store. Next Friday.is Good Friday, and next Sunday, Easter Sunday. The Jewish feast of the Passover began Monday at sunset and will...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 28 March 1888

TEMANWl% -ADM. ;WEDNESDAY MARCH 28. 1888. .Wofford College in Charleston. It is understoodthat Prof. Daniel A Du Pre, of Wotford College, will come to Char leston during:the Floral Fair, and be ac companied by the present senior class of ,that college. The special purpose, besides: ,the pleasure incident to the trip, of thet visit .of Prof. DtiPh e atudthe senior cltss will be to visit the phosphate works aron. Char leston, and probably:to .visit theo several foci of the old earthquPke and ft:r other rcientific obs, ryations. It .will be remaem1 bered that Prof. )a~re took the last senior class in Wofiord to Washington lait year, the principal purpose of that trip being-t visit.the Smithsouiinn Institute. The visit :to Charleston is doubtless being looked for .ward to with great pleasureby the students and their profes -or. They will be warmly welcomed by the people of Cha;dleston. .ews and Courier. The Queen Losing Her Mind. LoNDOs, March 24.-It would be hardly -worth while to noti...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 28 March 1888

Jeannette's Hair. the curls that you wear. Jeannette. e tangle my hand in your hair. my pet, the world to me had no daintier sight your brown hair veiling your shoulders white. brown, with a golden loss. Jeannette, was finer than the silk of floss, my pe. was a thing to be braided, and jLweled, and kissed, vas the loveliest hair in the world, my pet. My arm was the arm of a clown, Jeannette, It was sinewy, bristied, and brown, my pet, But warmly and softly it loved to caress Your round white neck and your wealth of tress, Your beautiful plenty of hair, my pet. Your eyes hadt a swimming glory, Jeannette, Revealing the old, dear story, my pet: They were gray, with the chastened tinge of the sky When the trout leaps quickest to snap the fly, And they matched your golden hair. And your lips-but I have no words, Jean nette, They were fresh as the twitter of birds, my pet, When the spring is young and the roses are wet With the dewdrops in- each red bosom set. And they suited your gold-br...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 28 March 1888

THE EMPEROR'S ADDRESS. GERMANY'S REICHSTAC HEARS THE PATRIOTIC MESSAGE, Blsmarek's Pathetic Words-He Says AU Na ions Brought Sorrow to the Grave of the Dead Monarch. Bmnm, March 19.-The Reichstag was packed with people today when the Em peror's message was read to the national body. The message said: "We, Frederick, bythe grace of God Emperor of Germany, of Prussia, etc., proclaim that, with the demise of our beloved father under God's inscrutable will, the imperial dignity, with the Prussian crown, has devolved upon us and we have taken upon ourselves the rights and duties bound up therewith. We are resolved to keep inviolable and firmly uphold the imperial constitution end in this sense to conscientiously respect and guard the constitutional rights of the indi vidual Federal States ann the Reichstag. JUSTICE, FEEEDOM AND OEDER. "Fully conscious of our exalted task, it will, after the example of our ever-remem bered father, always be our endeavor, in conjunction with princes and fr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 4 April 1888

VOL. III. MANNING, CLARENDON COUNTY, S. C., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 4, 1888. NO,12. THlE SICK M1AN OF EUROPE. ALL ETES FASTENED ON GERMA Y'S FEED LE KASEI. Talk of a Regecy-Coming Coustitutional Reforms-lBismarck's Place in the Pres ence of Royalty. (London Letter to the New York Time..) Despite all the official disclaimers and the vague and misleading reports of favorable symptoms Kaiser Frederick is really growing; worse week by week. Almost the last words a Prussian official &fiend said to me on Thursday when I was leaving Berlin were: "Be prepared for a declaration of a regency any day. The Kaiser will not much longer be able to stand the strain of even listening to State papers and signing his name." Sure enough, within forty-eight hours the announcement has come. The im perial rescript creates a sort of co-regen cy, enabling Prince William to act with authority solely on such matters as are referred to him by his father, but there is reason to believe that another rescript is alr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 4 April 1888

A Mystery of the Sea and the Romance of a Wreck. ALONE %IONG MANY. When Miss Denham had finished her account of the 3hipwreck. Beckweth, with all traces of his lighter mood gone, expressed a deep interest in Hattie Harper's history. He said that, al though he had known her for but a sin gle summer, she had always been asso ciated in his mind with the recollec tions of his boyhood; for during that time she had been his constant and only playmate. One little incident now came to him as clearly as if he' had heard the statement made but yes terday. He remembered the vehemence with which little Hattie used to declare on all possible occasions that Mrs.: Harper was not her "own mamma." "Where is she now, Miss Denham?". he concluded. "I can not tell," she replied, after a. moment's hesitation; and, had her face not been in the shadows of the deep, high-backed arm- chair in which she sat, her questioners might have seen the color come and go from her face. "I knew her well in Chicago, seve...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 4 April 1888

THE MANNflG TIMES. A JOINT RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF CLAnENDON CoUNTY To APPLY UN EXPENDED BALANCES IN THE COUNTY TREASURY TO CERTAIN CLAIMS. SECTION 1. Be it resolved by the Senate and Hors, of Representatives of the State of South Carolina, now met and sitting in General Asseumbly, and by the authority of the same, That the County Commissioners of Clarendon County be, and they are hereby, authorized and empowered to pay to J. E. Davis the sum of forty five dollars for the examining of the work of indexing; for extra clerical services, if so much be necessary, fifty dollars, the past due unpaid fees of the Sheriff of said County; out of any unexpended balances in hands of the County Treasurer; and they are here by authorized and empowered to ap ply the remainder of all unexpended " nes in their bands to the pay ment of the floating indebtedness of said County. Approved December 24, 1887. -0 An Honest Physician's Candid Ac knowledgement. Occasionally there a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 4 April 1888

THEMANNNG TIMES. Mranin g, S. C7 S. A. NETTLES, Editor. N C WEDNESDAY APRIL 4, 1888. N f The South Carolina Chautauquan for April will contain a cabinet size por trait of Mrs. Sallie F. Chapin, the champion temperance worker of the United States and a sketch of her life < by Charles D. Fedder, D. D., of Char-1 leston,.S. C.; a thrilling chapter de scribing the burning by Sherman's < army of the city of Columbia; hints a to teachers, and other interesting mat ter. If you wish to read a spicy home i magazine, send $1 for a year's sub-~ scription to the CHatTuQaS, Ben nettsville, S. C. r The Tnes has had nothing to say relative to the Democratic State Con- t 'vention meeting elsewhere than in Columbia, simply because we did not think there was any probability of a change. Columbia is the most acces sible and suitable place in the State, and can be reached by the delegates at least expense. The Tuns favors elections every four years, and as the e present State officers were nomina...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 4 April 1888

THE MANNING TIMES. Published Every IWednesday. S. A. NETTLES, EDITOR AND PRoPRIEron. M. CLINTON GALLUCHAT, ADVERTISING AGENT. Terms: Srnscrpmmos Ravs.-One copy, one year, ] $1.50; one copy, six months, 75 cents: one copy, three months, 50 cents. All subscriptions payable in advance. ADvzRTIsnso RTEs.-One square. first in sertion. $1 00 each subsequent insertion, 50 cents. Obituaries and Tributes of Respect charged for as regular advertise ments. Liberal contracts made for three, six, and twelve months. Comxszcrzoss must be accompanied by the real name and address of the writer in order to receive attention. No communi cation of a personal character will be pub lished except as an advertisement. For further information address S. A. NETTLES, Manning, S. C. Your Name in Print. Miss Lula Lucas has returned to her home in Darlington county. Miss Jessie and Mr. Charlie Smith, of Sumter, are visiting relatives in town. Miss Mamie Whilden, of Charleston, is visiting her sister, Mrs. Dr. A....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 4 April 1888

in MaLrILEF, S. C%. -L. NETTLES, Editor. Merely a Timeserver. Our friends of the Newsand Courier hare a certain facility for sitting as tride the fence, on any question what soever, and for stepping down first on one side and-then on the other, and finally bobbing up and perching se sanely on the rail, that amounts al most to.genius. As we have said, the question- is of no consequence heatseever. The fence is its favorite .. tion; and, it must be cozfessed, mt it is, in many respects, a position of advantage. While you are, con structively, on both sides, you have emitted yourself to neither. If either aide gets~too warm for you, you seek shelter on the other, and swear by all that's honest that you were thereall the time. You can easily prove an alibi, by being always nowhere in par Inicular. In the J. M. Smith matter, this fa cility for shifting faces finds a wag nificent op ity, and it is not lost. It is 'id with avidity and made the most -oL The. thoughtarises, however, that the...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 4 April 1888

"ON BROKEN IECES." Sermon by Rev. T. De Witt Tal mage, D. D. Lessons Drawn fram a Notable Shipwreck -In the stru;xgge with Sin and I)oubt, Let All E!se Go and Cling to the Beam of the Cross. BROOKLYN. N. Y., Jan. 1d.-Dr. Talmage took for his te::t this morning a part of the I forty-fourth verse of the twenty-seventh chapter of Acts: -Some on broken pieces of the ship." He then said: Never off Goodwin Sands, or the Sker ries, or Cape Hatteras, was a ship in worse predicament than in the Mediterranean hurricane was the grain ship, on which two hundred and seventy-six passengers were driven on the coast of Malta, live miles from the metropolis of that island called Citta Vecchia. After a two weeks' tem pest. in which the ship was entirely dis abled and captaia and crew had become completely demoralized, an old missionary took command of the vessel. He was small, crooked-backed and sore-eyed, according to tradition. It was Paul, the only un scared man aboard. He was no more afraid of a ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 4 April 1888

THE GRASSES OF SOUTH CARO INA. An Interesting Article from a Learned 'Vriter. (From the Monthly Report of the Department of Agriculttre) In 1885, Dr. Henry W. Ravenel, the eminent botanist, who was at that time the Botanist of the State Department of Agriculture, prepared an exhaustive ar ticle for the Department on the Agricul tural~grasses of this State. He divided them into the Native or Wild Grasses and the Cultivated Grosses. We begin in this report the publications of that article, taking first the native grasses. Three of these varieties are described herewith. The publication of the arti cle will be continued in future reports, until the despriptions of all have been published. In treating of agricultural grasses, viz., those which are valuable to the farmer either for pasturage or hay, the first obvious division is between those which spring up spontaneously and those which it is necessary to cultivate. The former include those which are na tive or naturalized, and which ma...

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

VOL. III. MANNING, CLARENDON COUNTY, S. C., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 11, 1888. NO,13 ABOUT AGRICULTURAL STATIONS SOME ACCOUNT OF THEIR ESTAB LISHMENT AND PROGRESS. The Address of Dr. J. M. McBryde. Presi dent of the South Carolina College, be fore the 'armer' Club of Orangeburg. (From Lhe News and Courier.) Dr. J. M. McBryde, president of the South Carolina College, was introduced as the orator of the day. He delivered a most carefully prepared speech, full of practical information for farmers. The first part of this address was on the sub- 1 ject of ensilage, and he told the farmers how to construct their silos and what to plant to make ensilage. He also' told them of the value of ensilage as a winter food for cattle. This part of the speech was of a most practical nature and full of valuable facts. - ] After exhausting the subject of ensi lage Dr. McBryde took up the subject of experimental stations and gave them a thorough treatment. He said: The xe ent station is of modern origin. Inmy ...

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

GR..NDPA'S BARN. Oh, a jolly old place is grandpa's barn, Where the doors stand open throughout the da? And the cooing doves fly in and out, And the air is sweet with fragrant hay. Where the grain lies over f slippery floor, And the hens are busily Toking around, And the sunbeams flicker, now here, now there, And the breeze blows through with a mel sound. The swallows twitter and chirp all day, With fluttering wings in the old brown eaves, And the robins sing in the trees which lean To brush the roof with their rustling leaves. -Dumb Animals. 'A Mystery of the Sea and the Romance of a Wreck. CHAPTER VI HER OW SAD STORY. On a certain evening in the month of March, Kate Denham was sitting in the library of one of the least pretentious houses, as to external appearance, on Boylston Square. Its location, how ever, and interior display of cultured taste and of affluence denoted the house to be one of the best class of residences in the city. A few struggling rays from the gas-light on th...

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