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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 10 March 1886

THE MANNING TIMESS WEDNESDAY, MARCH 1a, 1886 TERS OF SUBSCRIPTION: One Year, in Advance $1.50. or $2.00 at the Expiration of Six Months. Advertisements.-Per Square, first in ertion. $1.00. Each aibseqnent insertion. 50e. :r' Contract Advertising at reduced rates. Advertising in Local Column, 10c. per line. ;ral Our Terms for all Transient Adver tisements, are invariably in advance. Local Intelligence. To-day is Ash Wednesday, the be ginning of Lent. Married on the fourth of March at the residence of Mr. W. 0. Dorrity, by Rev. L. D. Bass, Mr. Zack Godbolt to Mrs. Minnie Parish. A gifted poet writes, says the Clay (on Bud: "The devil arose from his little bed, and washed his face and combed his head." We hope not to be considered profane if we ask where in hell he got his water. The dwelling of Dr. J. I Ingram narrowly escaped burning on Sunday morning - the 7th. Catching from sparks out of the chimney, the shin gles on the roof were in a bright blaze when discovered. The timely assis...

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. — 10 March 1886

PRESIDENT AND SENATE, vi a PEZ MSCE BETWEEN THE TWQ IS NOW SQUARELY JOINED, Mr. Cteveland Presents, in a Ciea and Forcible Manner, his View of the Power of Appointment and Removal, The President's message to the Sen- d ate in regard to its demands for papers :r r was received when the Senate was in secret session. When it was laid be fore the body Senator Harris proposed I that it be read with closed doors. C Senators Kenna and Van Wyck pro tested against this proceeding and de manded that the doors be opened. After a brief debate Senator Harris withdrew his proposition, and when the doors were opened, the messago was read. The fobowing i- its full i text: To the Senate qf the United States: Ever since the beginning of the present session of the Senate the dif ferent heads of departments attached to the executive brau~ch of the govern ment have been plied with various requests and demands from the con mittees of the Senate, frona member-. of such committees, ana at last from the Sen...

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. — 17 March 1886

MANIN~.CLARENDON COUNTY, S. C.. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 1 86 lollyhocks. A flaunting. gra('evess tiower. you say? Ah. well, it 1i, ;- so; And stli it so:ns out yesterday. That morning oi: ago. I almost see the cottage yet. The windinig pt h-an Margaret. A light-wine-ibreee sailed gently by; The lark's clear note afar. Thro' the blue spaees of the sky. Slid like a fallinz star. I never saw herlook so ftir: Ab, if I told her, would she care. Withifi a scarlet hollyhock. A pollen-laden bee, plupplungin i ade the blossom rock. S5SOpsh('Vhd e Sat1ile at n'. And with a motion swift and light She caught the silken petals tight. Loud hummed the bee with angry wing "Why thus so ill content? The sweets you soucht.poor foolish thing." She said, "are all misspent:" My heart leaped up to hear her speak: A sudden cour.-ge dyed mny cheek. "Dfarling!" I ceried, "Oh, let him fly, And take me in.his piace: Fast prisoned in yc.ur hezrt could I Ask any sweeter grace? I could not struggle to be fret. So dear a...

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. — 17 March 1886

THE MANNING TIME. WEDESAT MARCE IT,1885, B. S. DINKINS, Editor. Assessment of Property. The following Assessment has been placed on land by the Board of Equal iaation for this County-on Fulton, Calvary, Friendship, St. Pauls, St. Marks, Concord, St. James, Manning, Plowden's Mill, Harmony, and Sammy Swamp. Ara., $3.50. Wood, $1.25. dwayand New Zion-Ara., $3.50. Wood, $1.00. MtZion, Brewington, Douglass, Sandy Grove, and Mott's ridge--Ara. $3.00. Wood, $1.00. All swamp lnds at 20 cts. per acre. The County Board of Equalization will hold its second meeting on the 24th March to hear all aggrievances and complaints in reference to assess ments. In the face of the oft repeated dec laration made by some members on the floor of the deadening and de pressing effect of the present low val uation of land upon the reputation and business interests of the County and extending to the State at large, every effort at affiing anything like an av erage cash valuation was promptly voted down, and the...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 17 March 1886

THE MANIM TIMM WEDNESDAY, MARCH 17, 1886. TEmS OF SUBSCRIPTION: One Y-ar, in Advance $1.50. or $200 at tie EApiration of six Months. .dvertiseuients.-Per Square, first i svrtion. $1.0'. Each subsequent insertion. 50c. .A' Cotnrct Advertising at reduced rates. Advertising in Local Cuun, 3Oc. per % Our Terms for all Transient Adver ti-emvients. are invariably in advance. Local Intelliglence. Tommie, the infant son of Capt. and Mrs. J. J. Conyers, died on the 10th inst. We regret to learn of the precari Ous condition of Mr. J. T. L. Thames, who has been seriously ill for a long time. The Irish world will celebrate to day in memory of the Saint Patrick. The last issue of the Tntrs failed to reach the Star Route offices on Wednesday, as usual. The fault was altogether with the mail carrier. With the assurance of the Post Master here that the occurrence will not be re peated, we pass the matter over with out further notice. The municipality of Foreston held a second Election Saturday to f...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 17 March 1886

PXLd dCS AD POLICIES. A TAvZ WITH COL A. . McCLURE ON IMPORTANT TOPICS. The Editor of the Philadelphia "Times" Submits to an Interview And Discusses Some of the Live Issues of the Day. Col. A. K. McClure, the distinguish a editor of the Philadelphia Times, recently passed through Charleston, and was interviewed by a reporter of the News and Courier. In reply to requests for an expression of his views upon different matters now greatly engaging the public attention, Col. AcClnre said: CIvIL SERVICE REFORM. "In the first place, we have more professional politicians in the North than vou have here. We have a great deal of dissatisfaction as to the civil service reform policy of the President but it-is among the politicians who are so by trade and who expect Mr. Cleveland to do just what he has promised not to do. But there i? no doubt that the overwhelming sentiment of the Democrats of the North is in favor of Mr. Cleveland's policy; and tMat sentiment is growing stronger day by day fo...

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. — 24 March 1886

VOL. II. MANNING, CLARENDON COUNTY, S. C., WEDNESDAY, MARCH 25 1886. NO.15. In Advance. Now Winter is fghting his battles With :nany an icicle lance, But I'm writing a "gentle spring" poem With the editors wish "in advance." It is full, as is usual, of violets," It alludes to the "robin's first peel)," Though a blizzard's a daily occurrence And the snow-drifts are Seven feet deep. But the cditors-singularcreatures. Towvbom I am bound hand and foot Grap at Father Time's typical forelock, Till it's nearly pulled out by the root. For vicy get 'way ahead of the season, In a manner most wily and arch: So that wbile you are reading December They fnich the number for March. And be who would hope for acceptance Must strife up betimes with his tune, And sing Harvest Home in Mid-Winter And jingle his sleigh-bells in June. So when my spring powrm Is fnished, No rest does my weary pen get: I must write a review of a novel Which isn't itself written yet' -Bessie Chandler, in Century. JOf UNEXPEC...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 24 March 1886

THE MANNING THUS.~ WEDNESDAY, MARCH 24,1886. B. S. DINKINS, Editor. PARMIERS' CONVENTION. The 29th of April next at Columbia is the time and place fixed upon for the farmer's convention. Opinions differ as to the object and purposes influen dng the agitators and promoters ol the call-for this meeting. The call, springing from the vituperative speeches and virulent writings of the self styled "Moses in Egypt" and hs converts, has created .a deep-feeling of distrust among a Large number of farmers, and people of other classes. We are, and have been, heartily in favor of agricultural asso ciations, whether they are local, State, or National organizations, and the TnrEs, from the beginning of its ca reer, has been earnest in its endeavors to arouse the farmers of Clarendon to the importance of forming, among themselves, agricultural societies as a means for their higher enlightenment and greater prosperity. But believ ing the aggressive crusade inaugurat ed by M)L Tillman to be highly i...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 24 March 1886

THE MANNfG TIME. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 24, 136. TEIDIS OF SUBSCRIPTION: One Year. in Advance- S1.50, or S2.00C at the Expiration of Six Months. Advertiseinent.-Fr Square, first in-; sertion, $1.00. Each subsequent insertion. 50e. :fr Contract Advertising at reduced rates. Advertising in Local Cilumn, 10c. per line. 0 1in,. Our Terms for all Transient Adver tisements, are invariably in advance. Local Inteligence. Yesterday the wind was furious, whirling clouds of sand, driving in ev-1 ery direction, made travel almost im possible. The 'sociable' at Lovn's Ha]I to-mor row evening promises a feast of pleas ure and love to the patron of the Terpsicorean art. The "Game Law" for the protection of the wild turkey, partridge, dove, wood-cock or pheasant, begins April 1st. Mrr. S. A. Rigby has been drawn as a Grand Juror for the May term of the United States District Cort. All men are born free and equal, but the difficulty is that some men are born equal to a half dozen others. Died on the 9th i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 24 March 1886

CLEVELAND AND IELIUION. Gratified by the Prayers of the Pious, lit A Hating Everythn-g Like Hypocrisy. (Wastngton Letter to Piatsia. >-d.) "A very large -per cent. of the 4eo ple throughout the country seem to be si bent on evangelizing President Cleve land," ob-erved one of the (nief Ex- l' ecutive's most intimate friends to-day. b "Mr. Cleveland was telling ie the al other day that lie sonetimies thougoht - there wa's an impression in the minds of t4o mnaniy good folks thIat he pre- ? seitd a rare pporti~ty tr the III- T sionaries. I asked him why he thonhit , so and he laughingty replied: 'Oh, if the advice given tme was coiccii- ( trated on Africa, it woulI civilize and C Christianize that whole wild and % wicked and dark country.' 1 had to a laugh, for there was so mulch serious- : uess and yet dry humor in it all. e Cleveland realizes, as lie is reminded E. so often and so forcibly, that in a cer- ! tain way he sets an examiple to the n frld, but. it worries hini a little, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 31 March 1886

VOL. I[ MANNING. CLARENDON COUNTY, S. C, WEDNESDAY, MARCH A Land of Gladness. How softly flow. among Sonomna's bills. The ice-cold springs, the mecrry-hearted rills, Fragrance of pine my wandering fancy thrills, Till, even througrh the city's no(ise-built wals. 1 hear the chant of sudden water'falls. Once more, through cedar boughs the black bird calls. There are wild cliffs onm Mendeeinlo's shore, .And well I know the seawveed on the floor Of hidden eaves, aind many a marvel more. Pacilic's heart bath legends wise and old, Go thou, and wait in voices manifold When storms are loose, to hear the story told. Again I see gray mountains purely clad with g'eaming snow, vast peaks forever clad Such heights as these the elder singers had. .Again one hails the sunlight's burst of foam On Lassen's peaks on Shasta's snowy dome. Where lilies bloom beneath the glacier's home. But best the redwood shade, the p:-ace it brings. Where fancies rise as crystal mountaiu Beneath tall trees; and dear ea...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 31 March 1886

THE MANRG TIMES. WEDNESDAY. MARCH Si, 1386. B. S. DINKINS, Editor. LABOR STRIKES. The history of the daily outbreas! in every section of our Country wou1d seem to forewarn us, that, as to the vexed question of labor aid capitl. we are slumbering on a volcano, ready to burst at any inonent, and what the results will be. of such an upheavil, no one can tell. To say the lcast of it, the subject is one, pregnant with great consequences, and well wortny the study of statesmen and philainthrop ists; saint and sinner. The fict i1 patent to ali, that a great struggle is ahead, not only in this County, Ibut all over Europe. This deep muttering discontent the far off rumbling ai roaring of the comling conflict, ought to awaken the country to an earnest investigation of promoting causes, and a remedy, if there be one short ofI the "irrepressible conflict" Many evils have fallen to the lot of the la borer, for which no one is accounta ble, coming often from the advance of science and mechanics....

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 31 March 1886

THlE XMINCG TIMES. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 31, 1886 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. , Contract Advertising at reduced rates. Advertising in Local Colinn, 10c. per line. Zr Our Terms for all Transient Adver tisemuents, are invariably in advance. Local Intelligence. Miss Sue Galluchat paid her rela tives in Manning a short visit last week. The devotees'of the Reel and the Lancers spent a delightful evening last Thursday in the commodious hall over the store of Mr. L. Loyns. Mr. J. J. Barfield, who has been on a business trip to the "Land of Flow ers," has returned home. Reece James, colored, who was se verely injured some time ago, by a tree falhng on him, died last Wednes day. . The Agricultural Club will hold an important meeting next Monday. Delegates to the Convention at Colum bia are to be elected, and a number of interesting subjects on agri...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 31 March 1886

A RAI ON THE SOUTH. gHE REPUBLICAN PROGRAXME FOR THE FALL CkMPAIGN. Uepenting the Attack on the Prebident The Struggle for Oregon--Soft Words for the 3enth. (Carrespondesce of the News and Courier.) WasHiEGToN, March 23.-One visi ble effect of the warfare inanurated upon the Administration by the Re p'ublican Senate has been to bring dhe President and Democratic Coxngress men into better relations than existed I at the opening of Conigress. Senator Plumb, of Kansas, who opposed the Edtqunds movement tron its inception and who has not. endeavored to con ceal his opposit.ion, remarked that it was foolish policy from a political view. He said a imonth or more ago: "By assailing the President we (the Republicans) will inevittbly drive the Democrats to his support. They can not do anything else." Senator Plumb's political perception has been verified by the result. It was patent to the Dem:>crats at the ouatet t hat they could not even hold aloof from the Aaminis tration. The Democrat...

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. — 7 April 1886

I<4 I~ANJ(~,CLRNDON COUNTY, S. C., WEDNESDAY, APRIL7186NO1. X:-. At ae in t WI-n in id : , h hi:, Eht e n t e- - Thet Toe emc Y"< ae: r :in , - -I:, saw H:s ' Atas i whien fr""i hea'rt: when ca r" A s'ernr - Anduwth ohe 0111: fooo known wen hia ove - Th::t vwhen the y - t:sed The eensor s:oodi - Too ate we iearn n1 un. riel: Unjudgedi, accepted. u -; 1R. RAND ALLN'S MARAGE. Just on the connes of one of our arge anufacturin e st:md an imposing resid:nce( ol' row mone, elevated by terc;bv th rod su:r rounded l'y stotelv trs m w~ta l -wide' extent d: -~--n n I had bes.. nt yd 3 ing one of the:r.: weeks. and mY o had been excit -d 1 master of the dal,. was a tail, than tiftv ve:r-., w tainlv twenv Var - feeble old woman. Yet never \; -r. more seein1 oddiv-contr.t, th) 'hou.se Nh:. there. certaminl ;: for witnessmea eneeS, h:,d any When my wek: to m11v ow 1. later, byq stv to rue Ot -Mr. na From eriv is it dow1.. ... re : th la - -~ And tioccl~ v. ': t102e Oi ~ e'' i t ' Iil~ Their...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 7 April 1886

THE MANNING TIME WEDNESDAY, APRIL 7, 1886. B. S. DINKINS, Editor. AGRICULTURAL MEET ING. The attendance at the meeting of the Agricultural Society on last Mon day was larger than usual. The sociO ty was addressed by Mr. J. R Tin dal, on the subject of cotton seed meal as a fertilizer. Mr. Tindal's remarks were interesting and highly instruct ive. We have his promise that he will give us a summary of what he said for publication. Mr. Jos. Sprott followed with a plain practical talk on corn raising, etc. He said, among other things, that his rule was never to take anything green off the land, but that his fodder was allowed to dry up on the stalk. That the corn made better by it, and there was less waste by the grain falling from the cob. Mr. L H. Deschamps being called upon, responded eloquently. He en dorsed what had been said by Mr. Sprott, and then addressed the farm ers on the benefits of economy. Earn estly did he endeavor to impress up on his hearers the great evil of extrav ig...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 7 April 1886

THE MANNING -TIMES. 1EIDIS OF SVBSCRIPiIN: One Yvar. in Advance $1.50, or q2 t:.) the Expi t*i- n of six Jonth. Aavertisements. -R7 rSquare, first n se&rtion, $1.00. rateO. Advcrtising in Local CAian, 10c. Iwr line. Local In1telligen0ce. Town election next Iouday. The sales of MIonday attracted very little interest. The tracts of land ad vertised for sale were all purchased by the mortgages. Mr. W. T. Lesesne who now has his home in Florida, is visiting his re atives here. He expects to return again at an early day. "Nothing is superficial to a deep observer! It is trifles that the mind betravs itself." We were pleased to meet at the ag ricultural meeting, Dr. I. M. N oods of Salem. The Dr. is still suffering from his recent severe attack of pntu monia, but his energy is in no wise! abated. Ambition is a lotteiy, where. how ever uneven the chances, there are some prizes; but in dissipation, every one draws a blank.-Stephen Aon ague. The practical jokes of "all fool's day" were t...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 7 April 1886

THE WRELTNG WATERS. Disastrous Floods In Different Portions of S4 the Country-Some Details of the Dara age by the Floods. BIEMtNGHAM, ALA., April 1.--A spec~al to the Age from river townis of c North Alabama, show that the effects tu of the freshet are greater even than e: telegraphed yesterday. Gadsden re- f! ports the Coosa rtver at ts highest tl mark, and still rising with alarinig reports from above. All railroad c, bridg'es on the branch road between d Atlanta and Gadsden are swept away, and a unmber of washouts- on the il Alabama Great Southern are reported C on both sides if Atianta. The mill b and lumber interests at Gadsden su: fered immense damage. The Tennes- u see river is reported out of its banks t -at several points. From Tuscalo sa, J on the Ma ion river, advices are V serious, though it is believed the t worst has pa.-ed. MNany houses one :ither side of ilie river have be'iz abandoned, and water is running s through the doors and windows. Soi e families occupy npper...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 14 April 1886

VC L IL MANNING, CLARENDON COUNTY. S. C., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 4 1886. NO.18. II .. How esav n n 1a::: . d0. 11o''I could; reuo M r aibout hi In.- ~ht et the N. Y. W' ': ( 1t a re porter o th N.t - .r about the well-kurivn . ion n nn Charley Ransom. %..o died . --There is one story abouthhn wh!,*,h! the papers have nut lj'J d it. Chatrlev and I made toe olwh't:n of wat we t.hloutI to be:tt ry . . I), man at the oht u: : 'roduced to ,s v r n ci of noilee hea.duuan r 'vru rw ere Branch. Chartlv :ie:m up to this city On anI varv - r new aequamice btmi I saw him after thd' but' ..rby on day met him 01n Broadwaya, n:rT ,:3-hr .tet Th~ey w,-nt to the., Fi: .... .n::o hote l to et, 'a r Ink., 1' tk w ex ::el how it wa, bmthatsamen boh icat to not wi.sa mih urt hi1 p:-, n f:tir b nesvu w a n i '.1 *'~-for hi.;s own szke. CIarl;y w :m honeist fellow, howver :nh- !:ed aSquare game. Our new f ori d ropp. -!.,75 that iight. all he had in hit I,,sso. Ie made an appoitment flr th next evening in tne ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 14 April 1886

THE MANNING TMES. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 14, 1886. B. S. DINKINS, Editor. MR. TILLMAN AND THE FARMERS' CONVENTION. We saw with some degree of sur prise in the News and Courier of the 6th ult., where the meeting held in Manning on the 5th of April, in the interest of a Farmers' Convention, was represented to be enthusiastic for Tillman. Now we can see no reason whatever, for such a statement in reference to what took place on the occasion in question. To the contrary, one most pleasing of the whole transactions of the day was the noticeable fact, that his name was not mentioned at all, in any connection, unless the writer meant to denominate the movement under a comprehensive term and call it "Tillman." We would have it fairly and fully understood, once for all, that we have no war to wage against any organiza tion of the Farmers of the County and State-to the contrary, we stand rea dy to aid in every way an undertaking long neglected, and for which negli gence and want of concert of actio...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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