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

BIGAMY IN SOUTH CAROLINA. The Story of the Gaffney city Girl who )iarricd Two Hlusbands. -o From the (urlotte Chroniee. The Chronicle a few weeks ago cre ated a tremendous stir in Chester when it reached there with an account of the double marriage of Miss Flor ence Little, the belle of Gaffney. She bad only a few days before that reached Chester with her second hus band, Dr. D. C. Atkinson, and the news that she had married a man a few days before she was wedded to Dr. Atkinson fairly astounded the people. The story is probably fresh in the minds of our readers. Interest in the affair is now re newed, since Dr. Atkinson has been convinced, by his wife's own confes sion, and desires to make a free and full statement of the matter for the benefit of the public. Dr. Atkiusou's statement, received last night, is as follows: To the Editor of the Chronicle: I think it is due myself and friends for me to make a statement of my late matrimonial muddle, inasmuch as it has created such a sen...

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. — 11 April 1888

THE MANIG TIME ~: RAh E S, Editor. WEDNESDAY, APRIL II, 1888. OUR CITY FATHERS. The citizen's ticket was elected la Monday, the blri oybei that R. A. 6t4 rt,' colored las yer and school teacher, oppos h de arnthe regular non sde tfie"(iizen's' ticket. Stewa -reau~ (62 vefts to 93 for Theodo: gatvin, A number of negroes vote fai-8ewart clones scratching the be dai"o -the ticket. The council elec isaspfoIlows: ~jitadan:W. K. Bell. -W arden%, W.Scott Harvin, Presti a;:~Thamest D. M. Bradham, ai This council is elected for t years. And now let us have a bank al a town hall. 4--L The New York Herald last Sund me i nneirty-twopages, bf six c nmna each. Oskaloosa, Kansas, last week ele The issue was against whiskey a SiimeW tcket we i* g hm jority, It-s said tI tel~dIr men of the place has paalup and seek i o congenial places. . T asin~annaZ -. ried, and are- se - ire the best social eleme ~:h e uiqke in China just I met prsves to be a terril * ?' Fiedti stan people -oa.e perished in the f...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 11 April 1888

TLIS MWNfIG TIl&S. Published Every Wednesday. S. A. NETTLES, EDrrIon AND PnornIFTroR. M. CLINTON GALLUCHAT, ADVERTISING AGrT. Terms: StDscraPION RATFS.-One copy, one year, $1.50; one copy, six months, 7 ec nts: one copy, three months, 50 cents. All subscriptions payable in advance. ADvERTIS G Ra.ms.-One square. first in sertion. $1 00; each subsequent insertion, 50 cents. *bitnaries and Tributes of Respect charged for as regular advert-sc ments. Liberal contracts made for three, six, and twelve months. C omscATIO.s must be accompaded by the real name and address of the writer in order to receive attention. .No conmni caion of a personal character will be pub lished except as an advertisement. For further information address S. A. NETTLES. Manning, S. C. Wednesd y, Apti 9!, !B88 Your Name in Print. Dr. W. H. Reynolds was in town Friday. Mr. Charley Brown, of Panola, was in town Sunday. Mr. J. J. Bragdon, of Foreston, was in town Monday. Mrs. N. G. DuBose, of Mayesville, is visiti...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 11 April 1888

THE MANNINM TIME. Wednesday, April II, 1888. LOCAL AND OTHERWISE. The Toxa is only $1.50 a year. There is no finer fish than shad, and Manning has been well suppliedthis spring. The S.C. Railway bridge across the Ed isto river, ii Barnwell county, was totally destroyed by fire last Thursday. A tramp, while stealing a ride on the Charleston and Savannah Railroad last week, fell off and was killed at Yemassee. Greenville, S. C., will have four railroad depots in the city on the completion of the Carolina, Knoxville and Western Ruilroad. The public schools in this county have been closed. The public term in Man ning lasted five months,longer than ever be fore. A new railroad from Cheraw to Camden will be very likely to be built, probably this year. An enthusiastic railroad meeting was held in Cheraw last week, to consider the building of this road. The State Pension Board has so far ap proved 877 pensions, and rejected 410. A good many of those rejected will be recon sidered and approv...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 11 April 1888

WOMAN AND HOME. A HOPEFUL SIGN FOR THE FUTURE OF OUR COUNTRY. Putting on Gloves-A Wife's Letters. Types of Gossipers-"Tailor Made Girl" Tales Told by Faces-Conversation. Cure for Ivy Poison-Notes. If there is anything calculated to disturb my usual self-poise and serenity of soul, it is the spectacle of an educated, accomplished women, suddenly reduced from wealth to poverty, sitting down with folded hands and harping about her "better days," or the cruelty of the fates that made her dependent on her own resources for a livelihood. All of us know or have heard of such women. They are dreadful thorns in the sides of all their old friends. I went once with a friend to see a woman who had once been rich but was now poor. A few remnants of her former glory were to be seen in her two or three little rooms. The second sentence she uttered was, "Oh, sir, do not think I have always lived thus; ah no! I have seen better days!" This was said with a sweep of her hand that took in the pieces of...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 11 April 1888

CONVICT TELEGRAPHY. A STRANGE SYSTEM OF SIGNS IN USE IN ALL PRISONS. slow Convicts Communicate in Spite of Close Surveinance-By Signals' that Cannot be Detected They Keep Each Other Fully Informed of Occurrences. (From the Indianapolis Journal.) Incidents that must necessarily follow from intercommunition often happen in penitentiaries, where the rules are rigid and surveillance so close that a convict is never from under the eye of a guard or taskmaster. No matter to what ex treme the rule prohibiting conversation between convicts may be enforced, they find some means by which to inform themselves of what is going on or what is to occur. But, more than this, a con vict may conceive the idea of escape or revolt, and for him to communicate it to one he wishes to have as an accomplice is not difficalt. They bring others into the plot or plan until twenty or thirty know it, in the details for the carrying out of which each is assigned his par ticular part. This necessitates a thor ough...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 18 April 1888

VOL. III. MANNING, CLARENDON COUNTY, S. C., WEDNESDAY, APR THE CAUSE OF THE DEADLOCK. Something of the Bil That Has Blocked Work in Congress. The direct tax bill, against which seventy odd Democrats-mostly from the South-have been filibustering way brought before the House for the pas, sage at this time in pursuance of a de cision of a majority of the Committee on Rules, consisting of Mr. Randall and two Republicans. The other members of the committee, Speaker Carlise and Mr. Mills, were oppo to its being brought forward, but Mr. Mills was absent from the committee meeting, being sick, and Mr. Carlisle was over-ruled by the pro tectionist members. The bill was passed by the Senate January 19, by a vote of 48 to 10. It was a Republican member of the House that offered the resolution directing the Committee on Rules to bring the bill up at once for passage, and its staunchest supporters are the Republicans. In their eyes it has the merit of taking $17,359,685 from the treasury, and of...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 18 April 1888

THE MANNING TIMES. Mannlling, S. C. S. A. NETTLES, Editor. WEDNESDAY, APRIL IS, 1888. Cornelius Vanderbilt has promised to give $50,000 to the Yew York Museum of Natural History. The Democratic Executive Com mittee of Clarendon county will meet next Saturday in the court house This will'open the political campaign The Committee will probably ap point two weeks later for the reor ganization of the clubs, and the week after this last time, the 12th of May, for the county convention. Emperor Frederick's condition is much worse, and he is now expected to die at any hour. A tumor has de veloped in the windpipe, he has bron chitis, and in addition to these and other complications there are symp toms of influenza of the lungs. The Emperor signed an imperial order last Monday -appointing his son, Prince William, to act for im. It is said that the Republicans in this District will have a candidate for congress, in the field this year. The negroes.in Darlington have already organized, with E....

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

THE MANNMG TImE.. Published Every Wednesday. S. A. NETTLES, EDITOR A.D PROPRIETOR. M. CLINTON GALLUCHAT, ADVERTISIG AGENT. Terms: Stascamros Rrrzs.-One copy, one year $1.50; one copy, six months, 75 cents one copy, three months, 50 cents. Al subscriptions payrable in advance. ADVERTISING ErEs.-One square. first in sertion. $100; each subsequent insertion, ja 50 cents.- Obituaries and Tributes of Respect charged for as regular advertise- 1 ments. Liberal contracts made for three,. six, and twelve months. CommsIcazoNs must be accompanied by the real name and address of the writer in order to receive attention. No communi- t cation of a personal character will be pub lished except as an advertisement. For further information address S. A. NETTLES, Manning, S. C. Wednesday, Apil 18, 1888. Eour Name in Jrrint. Dr. A. J. White, of Foreston, was in town last week on professional business. Miss Annie Loryea leaves to-day for Mayesville, to spend some time with her t sister, Mrs. Barnett. R....

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

THE1MPRESS VICTORIA. she to Everywsere Greeted Wih Enthusia. cserSympathetse Mien. BMn., April 9.-Emperor Frederick passed a good night last night. He arose early this morning and bade farewell to the Empress previous to her departure for Posen, with Princesses Victoria, Sophie and Margaret, to inquire as to the condition of the sufferers by the floods. The Empress arrived at Posen this after noon. She stopped at other places besides Landuberg. where she was received by the municipalandother officials, and was every where greeted withenthusiasm. ThePolish leaders have issued a manifesto asking the inhabitants of Posen to sink their national disputesand unite in welcoming the Em press. In reply to the deputation which met her at the station in Posen Empress Victoria said that the Emperor, regretting his inabilkty to come himself, had sent her to examine as to the condition of affairs and to report to him. The persons who have been prominent in helping the sufferers by the floods were...

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

VOL. III. MANNING, CLARENDON COUNTY, S. C., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 25, 1888. NO.15 THE REAL SLAVE DEALERS. HOW THE NORTH TRIES TO SHIRK THE BURDEN OF ITS SINS. A Plain Statement of the Facts, as Derived from Public Records and Judicial De cisions. To the Editor of the News and Courier: I was glad to see your editorial on March 9 last on the Emancipation Proclama tion. It is surprising how much igno rance exists upon the subject of emanci pation in some of the usually best in formed circles. I desire to call your atten tion to two instances of this in that usually accurate journal, the Nation. In a recent number there appeared the re view of a letter written from Washington to a paper in Frankfort: "The condition of our negro popula tion is the subject of a Washington let ter in the Frankfort Zeitung of Dsee ber 24, 1887. The writer's view of their social status is correct enough, but he is rather at sea in his historical retrospect, as when he says that the South was at' one time more opp...

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

THE EAIING T=ES. Ma s insi, Si. C. S. A. NETTLES, Editor. WEDiESDAY, APRIL 25, 1888. THE CAMPAIGN OPENED. The Democratic Executive Com mittee of Clarendon county met last Saturday in the Court House, and Iwas called to order by James E. Davis, chairman. The following inembers of the committee were pres ent: James E. Davis, chairman; J. S. -WilsOD, - Clarendon Club; C. S. Land, Foreston; J. S. Cole, Harmo mny LL. Wells, Jordan; J. F. Rhame, Manning; F. P. Cooper, Midway; J E. Tindal, Packsville; R. H. Belser, Friendship; E. G. DuBose, Sammy Swamp. Two communications from the State Executive Committee were read. A discussion then arose as to whether, der the call of the State Executive Coammittee, it would be advisable to elect delegates to the May County onthe basis of the old dubsand without reorganizing. All agreed that it would be very unadvis able just now, on so short a notice, to attempt to reorganize the clubs, but that under the call of the State Exec utive Committee it had b...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 25 April 1888

THE MANNING TIMES Published Every Wednesday. S. A. NETTLES, EDrroR AD PROPRIETOR. M. CLINTON GALLUCHAT, ADVERTSING AGENT. Terms: Susscnzrzox PArEs.-One copy, one year $1.50; one copy, six months, 75 cent: one copy, three months, 50 cents. Al subscriptions payable in advance. ADvErTzSrs RaTr.-One square, first in sertion. $1 00: each subsequent insertion, 50 cents. Obituaries and Tributes of Respect charged for as regnlar advertise. ments. Liberal contracts made for three, six, and twelve months. CoMx-xcarzos must be accompanied by the real name and address of the writer in order to receive attention. No communi" canion of a personal character will be pub lished except as an advertisement. For further information address S. A. NETTLES, Manning, S. C. Wednesday, April 25, 1888. tour Name in Print. J.S. Wilson, Esq., is on a visit to Sum ter, . - Mr.W. Bonham, principal of the For estonM ademy, was in town Saturday. Capt. A. Levi is quite unwell, and has been confined to the house seve...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 25 April 1888

- A ROLAND FOR AN OULVER. senator Vest Proves More than a Match for John aberman-The Truth of History. In the course of the Senate's considera tion of the bill for the admission of South Dakota as a State, and the organization of the Territory of North Dakota, Senator Sherman said that in the absence of Sena tor Edmunds, who was engaged in the Supreme Court, he would ask the attention of the Senate. It had always struck him, he said, that the opposition to the admission of Dakota as a State was totally unjustifiable and (latterly) factious-so much so as to be subject to the severe criticism of everybody who liked to see fair play on great ,ques tions affecting large masses of people. Why, he asked, should Dakota be excluded as a State? He had listened to most of the debate and had not heard a single reason given for such exclusion. Never before had a Territory applied for admission as a State with anything like such population or such resources. Why should not Dakota be admitted? In...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 2 May 1888

VOL III. MANNING, CLARENDON COUNTY, S. C., WEDNESDAY, MAY 2, 18 THE FARMERS' MANIFESTO. CAPTAIN TILLXAN AND HIS COL LEAGUES SPEAK TO THE PEOPLE. Suggestions of Reforms in the Adminis tration of the State Government-An Appeal to the Farmers. To the People of South Carolina: The Executive Committee of the Farm ers' Association, feeling that it is incum bent upon them, as the representatives of the organized farmers of the State, to outline a policy of retrenchment and re form in consonance with the aims and purposes of the farmers' movement, and to explain the grounds upon which we aball ask the support and aid of our Democratic fellow-citizens in the coming election, would call the earnest attention of all persons in sympathy with our aspi rations for agricultural education and a more economical and efficient govern : ment to the facts and reasons herein set :forth. We claim only our just share of edu 'itianal advantages for the agricultural and Adustrial classes, and that the same ,...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 2 May 1888

TE MANNTG TIME. Mane , . C. S. A. NETTLES, Editor. WEDNESDAY, MAY 2, 1888. The Farmers' Alliance entered North Carolina about a year ago, It has now 686 sub-alliances in the State, comprising a membership of 32,000 members. The Knights of Labor seem to be losing strength, and the new order seems to be overshadow ing everything. It is now thought that the Alliance will cut a big figure in politics, and it is apprehended that its members will to some extent cut loose from party trammels. ,nning is very modest in her de sires, seldom asking for a convention, and when such a request is made we think due consideration should be gi'en it. A judicial or congressional convention has never been held in our beautiful town, but this year we desire the judicial convention, and be lieve we shall get it. Sumter, King stree, and Georgetown have each had it, and now it is time for Manning to hive; it. We - respectfully lay the daims of Manning before the chair zen of -the four counties of this judi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 2 May 1888

SH A~ING T7h3.S Published Every Wednesday. S. A. NETTLES, EDrrOR AND PROPRIETOR. Mt. CLINTON GALLUCHAT, ADVERTISnG AGENT. Terms: Sscanrzos REzs.-One copy, one year $1.50; one copy, six months, 75 cents, one copy, three months, 50 cents. All subscripons payable in advance. ADvERT snCG Raxs.-One square. first in sertion. $100; each subsequent insertion, 00 cents. Obituaries and Tributes of Respect charged for as regular advertise ments.- Liberal contracts made for three, six, and twelve months. Co urcanoss 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. Wednesday, May 2, 1888. Your Name in Print. Capt. A. Levi is still quite unwell. Mrs. M. Levi is visiting in Charleston. Prof (reenwel,:of Wilmington, is visit jng at Mr. M. Levi's. 'AMrs. N. J. Robinson, of Lancaster county, is visiting re...

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

THE WAGES OF CR E. JACK PRATER AND JASPER DAVIS HANGED FOR MURDER. eater Aserts His Innocence and Dies Without a Strugae.-Davis Dies Witb a Heavy hlgh and an Ac monition to All Not to Follow His ADnasoI, S. C., April 27.-Special: Jap Davis spent last night in sound sleep. resting better, he said, than any night since he had been in jail. This morning the prisoner said he was prepared to meet his fate, -s brothers-in-law Abner King and Leard Smith called on Davis this morning, theirs being the first visit from relatives since his incarceration. The legal wit nesses (all being physicians except two), the military guard, composed of a detach mest of the Palmetto Riflemen, constituted thoeepresent. The Rev. Messrs. Marshall, Frierson, Pack and Wightman ministered tQ the prisoner. The death warrant was read by the sheri. at 12.80. Shrouded in a black robe the prisoner assisted the officer, after which his hands were fastened behind his back. On the scaffold the Rev. Mr. Marshall read psa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 9 May 1888

VOL, III. MANNING, CLARENDON COUNTY, S. C,, WEDNESDAY, MAY 9. 188 MILLIONS IN A HOTEL. A VISIT TO THE WONDERFUL PAL ACES OF FLORIDA. A Description of these Magnificent Estab Ushments--Taks With the Proprietor of the Ponce de Leon and Alcazar. (Correspondence ofthe Atlanta Constitution.) ST. Avers-mu, Fra., May 2.-There were only four of us. And yet the party represented sixty million dollars, not counting me. It was on the "Oneida," Commodore 1 Benedict's famous yacht, from the upper deck of which Thomas Bailey Aldrich vomiting into the ocean, groaned with watery eyes andpendulouslip-"rejected contributions to the Atlantic." Behind as lay t.A g ueient and iazy. To the front the ocean boomed, the white caps growing under a westerly wind. Over head a flock of pigeon, re minding one of that other Venice, drifted here and there, their wings breaking against the sunshine of the upper deep, as the crisp waves broke two hundred feet below. But who made up the party thus com fortably circum...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 9 May 1888

THE MANNING TIES. M m i, S.. S. A. NETTLES, Editor. WEDNESDAY, MAY 9, 1888, It is said that Mr. Fuller may not accept the Chief Justiceship, on ac count of the small salary-only $10, 50W a year. He has a large family, seven daughters, and it costs him -$30,000 a year to live in Chicago. He is dependent on his salary for a iving. - The Northern Methodist General Conference is greatly exercised over the fact that some conferences have sent women as delegates. The con ference has had some lively discuss ions over it, and the probable result will be to refer the matter to the sev eral annual conferences, for them to vote on and decide the question. Until some cohesive inflnuence is established between water and oil; or until the millennium itself is reached, when the lion and lamb shall lovingly ingertogetherin pastures green, there willstand n impregnable social wall between tlie aristocratic and self re specting Anglo-Saxon and the dusky descendants of the denizens of Congo's banks. T...

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