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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 12 March 1891

VOLOI PCN A -. M MACI 2,181 NO ' Columbia, Dartmouth and Williais, Colleges have dispensed with the coin moncement orations. The cultivation of oysters 'promises to be as great an industry as that of can sung tomatoes. Railroad statistics show that more people are killed while walking on the track than from any other cause, which Is an argument, thinks the Mai and 14 press, for enforcing the laws forbidding this practice. A new law in Missouri provides that the. fees of no exegutivo or nministerial effleer of .any county, O 1i W of . the salar1d ftotualle paed .Jcort deputies, shall exceed e sum of $5000 for any one year. The cedulas-or dovernment loans of money on land mortgages-first precipi tated financial disaster in the Argentine Republic, asserts the Philadelphis Record, and they contimue to play an ii portant part in the affairs of that-unfor itunate country. Baron lothschild has umrged English 'high schools to pay more attention to the 'teaching ot living languages. lie clai...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 12 March 1891

THE PEOPLE'S JOURNAL. Entered at the Post-office at P'ickensA Z. U,, as becond Class .Matter, PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. SUNBSCaMPTrION $10 A 1EA.t, P~I'l LSHEID ly The Farmers' Publislung Company, Editor and Business Maiager., Advertsoeuts Iuserted at sevctty ilve cents per squiare of one ich or less. Liberal discounts to merclants amid others advertising for thice, six inmilis or by the year. To get your paper changed, always give the name of (he post-ollive It now goes to, as well a,; the one to which you want it cuanged, All anoisynuous articles will be rejetvil. To insire iublication in tiue, all coi. munleatlion should be sent to this oille on Or before Moncday. Notices of Marriages and Deaths pnh. ilished free, blit Obittalres will be charged for at advert ising ratea. Notice. -d ..-0-. - All letters and other mail matter for T x1 m Picorrutc 's JouI NAL should be directed to Pickens, C. II. S. C. "A Gleam of ijiglt. "Wo have been trying for some time past to ilduee our frimnd...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 12 March 1891

--TIAE THURSDAY, MARMI4t 12, 18i1. Pickens Church Dir1ctory, -0 PRESDYTERIAN CHUROH1-Rev. '. It. Riley Pastor. Preaching.ever 4th Bunday, morning and event ig. Sunday School at 9 o'clock. BAPTIST CHUOtH-r-(Secona,) Rev. W. C. Seaborn, Pastor, Every flest Sulnday and Saturday. before, at 11 o'clock. METHODIST CHuRcI--R-ev. A. W. Walker, Pastor. Preact.log. eve ry tlrst Aniaday, at 3, p. Im. and every tee md Sunday at 11. a. in Sunday 8chool at the usual hour. LOCAL AND OTHERt PARAGRIAPHS. Dr. G. W. Earle is attendng thirty cases of "La Grippe." . Mr. W. T. McFall i8 Btill suffering -from "La Grippe." Several.communications arc unavpid ably crowded out this week. They will appear in our ne t, Mr. W. "Andson Lesley. paid his Pickens friends a short visit on the 9th instant. *1ev. A.. W. Walker will preach at Bethlehem on the 5th Sunday in March, atll o'clock, A. M. Mr. D. H-. Russell is now the editor oa the People's Advocate, at Ander non. 'The ibel suit against the Angust4 Chronicle ...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 12 March 1891

SLE S CElNTENARY. One Hundredth Anniversary of the Founder of Methodism. A Statue to the Theologian Un. veiled in London, England. JOHIN wESLEY. Tho-centenary of John Wesley's death was celebrated with appropriate ceremonies by Methodist churches generally throughout Europe and America, 'and the life and work of the apostle of Methodism were eulogized by the ministers in their sormons. In London, England, a statue erected in his honor was unveiled, In the presence of a large number of people, in front of the City Road Chapel the headquarters of the Wesleyans. 'the Rev. Frederick William Farrar, Archdeacon of Westminster, took part in the ceremonies attending the unveil lug of the statue, and afterward, with Sir Robert N. Fowler one of the members of Parliament for ondon City, addressed a meeting in the City Road Chapel, ex tolling the virtues of Wesley. Arch. deacon Farrar delivered a long and elo quont eulogy of John Wesley, in the course of which he said that he re-retted, as a Ch...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 4 January 1894

A ~Ak 4 -'V , PIC EN 8 . TIIN JA X - trUA' Mens, .Boys andl Ch great. Variety The GreeLnvine C until this h'ecial H m i The latest style [ Wear. Tihe latest ty my stoek will besw and get first choice, * . ~ aroii~ffo oac t 4 8 8 0 c F\ EF -I El . 0,I47 re S . w N..I- H .. - . O ,' OWN&CCIDES AtonesatLw -mikn, A 0 Oc 10 3. A.0 RALweGenilgg 380 rote n l ors s matnto g'ent.Pces out . $.. Wd0(OD Dentist, D r. p, K0. MWC. Nbwon As stntOm , Ci n treet, Geenvill B. O. - , '9W & ttny s t. aw . J.0P. ARNS, Dwenst Greene - I vi, S. C. Oraco I ortdson & ~8O~ .CJrnia7, , )u MAcsee's DrugOStore. n'tlyH J Poct. CatLL Pienti, -nd Y hsPoessinal Services to ilhe I'eo~ flo anid realdence aut the Gifimi Iloose.~~J lA'IA eOt. 2*-3m . itpjai -if Exchange Hot'- ?o uuh.Io GREiENV1LL~E, B. C. ~ * 0 . W. HENDERBON, Proprietor. ----- e. Merpu Xmpr6mente. Large B'~omsw.Vtrm 'aealteni: oComnaercial Travel an 'L'1,teti - ine. Clmate' 'tl,'gar rounid. A p. 7, '92 Mmurran, in all -I offer my sei C ~ W...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 4 January 1894

AL, iof f& ueiske~ tie p it~ V t our 'pa .' ' 1,hC 4?.4'I of The JoUmirAot has the public for three Hile it has not reach taition of its friends, umed. to be true and in its course. It may ecomplishedj'what it it has the consolation that those who are nied as to its opportu environments, are lanid willing to sup the future. They have proveditheirl friendship ast and it is the wish of to he worthy of it. and pa hIi . -csperous or lReIV?u ernent principles of the Alli S0 ~ 6 given so much space pensary law this week, can not comment on it. s been so violently at nd so often misrepre t would be well to read 1' '1 Jinim LIUas l, wi b. i at ge Democratic and the Re. u icans ought surely to be , as their favored insti uti nBS ot be seriously af boted by its e aotmnent into law. efouth can ig' 'itIble comi ta its provisi IU,#for the in stries, that needed piemtr t non,, and the articles which to be purchased will have to paid at an advanced rate for e beneflt of the New England anufact...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 4 January 1894

ow44 1-t 1i V l send"0 the UANAL, ftn the E AND FAUd one year fol 41,% - -e- . -e-- - 0i. Z. Robinson will spon robuild his foice in tho burnt district. Rnia1y left last Sunday to take a-school in tho neighbor hood of Six Mile. Several of our citizens woro con fined to their beds the past week with La Grippe. Rev I. M. McKissick's family left for their neW home in Orango. burgi Wednesday morning. M& ]iVphraimn Gilstrap, of Ninc Timeo," was ii town Monday, among his old friends. W. B. Moore, formorly of Andor son.county, has moved to his farm in Central Township and is well pleased'-vith his now homo. Senator O'Dell was in town last wook ahil was-very entertaining in his.romarks about the work of the last legislature. S.-M. Cox, of Brigg's, was in town last week and choored the JoURNAL office with his genial presence. Marriod, Dec. 31st, Forost Ar thik and Mary McKinnoy, (color ed.) M. F. Hestor, N. P., officiat ing. The grippo-ohi that horriblo grippe. Those who havo nevor folt ...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 4 January 1894

0 Ian of ? ill, who tho sonato, is orces on on articlo .11, and in caso of suc o try to turn the combi t on other things. -selectod as the articlo test. It is bolioved that to senators can be onlist keep coal on tho dutiablo port of any other singlo T 0 list given out includes Pugh, of Alabama; Col a; Faulkner and Cam irginia, and Gorman and aryland. If these votes ed, coal will bo kept off But tho other part of the extremely difficult of ac nt. .tic senator might h) anx ~6t one of his own homo pro t unwilling to ontor a pro ination for tho confessed hanging tho wholo spirit, of drawn by a Domocrat ic ways ominittee and passed by a house. fo- -'al is strengthened hvb M4.at bero about the col . Wa Scotia produet by the ndicato. It is iisisted upon al would result in a gigantic at the American prodict cod at the mercy of this West Virginia coal men in '0 laying great stress on thii e. or moro prominent Re ers'will olaborato it in . on tho bill when the de of contrary stateeniiti the n...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 11 January 1894

'a I M~t W., E.Q. Mo#jut L. E. C1Lnn .on A..MORGAN, Lawyer, Greenvile, . .VO.Practices- in all 004rts. Es poolel attentiedgiven, to -V6keni Count.) s -Jan. 7, '92. DR. 1atQD Denutist, Dr. W4w ,j.nwoon,:Asistant. O01 88J1t)liis Stjeet- Greenville, 8. 0. J. P. CARLISLE, Dentist, 0Greon D W,11e; :. 0. 01oice over Addison & McGee's Dru Store. V . F.-WIVILLIAig 8Is Blow pra -iet1V 1oced at, Plckeniv, .Mod 0i\e, S hs Proesiina) Horvlcew to the pt'1oule of thw towni amti sirrotilnllig c-autry. Of. fle anlid reidence at-tieu Griffi n lvinso, 0Qe-. 8-3nI__________ The Exchange Hotel, . GREENVILLE, S. 0. C. W. HENDERSON, Proprietor. Yr.dern Improvoments. Large IRoons. Speelal attetitlon.to Coinniercial Travel tit Tourists. Table Fare Unsurpassed. Flub'Climate the-year round. Ap. 7, 9' J. -. HAGOOD, J. L. THORNLEY,-Ji, L, C. THKORINLEY. HAGOOD & THORNLEYBROS., Livery, feel, Sale I !zhange Stablis, Easley and Pickens, S. C.. * (Opposite Hotel.) Carriages. .Buggles, and Saddle Horscs,-at...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 11 January 1894

for ma luent ill dis )rosentativos f. All the Mill iers have boon inter I y, and the statistics eomnpared with the house )orts of the police. , according to the latest no the normal force of om n, vwonon and youths---di gaged in productivo industrios ,000-a vast industrial forco, in its proportion to popula any other city In the country. number 800,000 dopend for occu upon the textile and related trade.. The enill owners themselves say that any resumption of work this wintor must be of the spasmodic doscription, the temporary result of occasional or ders. Lorin Blodgett, the votoran statisti cIan, who has in the past 80 years talcen y a consus for city and state author 8,~inade a special canvass of tho teo manufac 1)g districts this winter, result of labors agreeing substan y with th wtimatos of the police the citizol' pormanout reliof coi the iron manufacturing aid allied stries, nine-tenths of the onmployes, ut 18,000, havo been thrown out ork, the only activity in this lino be he...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 18 January 1894

I.1 -. , '. . 11 . p - Y PICKENS, S.C Vol. 44 IKNS , THURSDAY, JANUARY 1S, 1891 U. 0. DoWN. L. E. CnILDRES JOWEN & CHIU DiRESS, AAtr ys a O17. A. MOGAN Lawyer, Greenvill., , . V. Practiee in .al Courts. E peelal attention given to P okens Cpwut. Cas. Jan. 7,92 D J W NRWOD Denit Dr. W. M. Ni.nwoop" Asssanlt, Osle* 8.1 Main Street, Greenvile, S. C. ville, 8. 1D.. ofice over Addison & McGods'Drug Store. - 11l4J.I. W1iI,;llMS is now Pwrni iptitly located at Ilickel, and)eI eLles' tile Prtsslomal Sorvlcei -to tihe pleoplA of tlhe town apld surroundiiig cotry. Of fieu aid residerice at Lite 0 riflin lion-c. ct. 26--311; The Exchange Hotel, GREENVILLE, S. C. 0. W. ,XENDERSON, Proprietor. Marn Improvmeits. Targo R'ons. speciatattention to Comnercial Tr'avel an Tourists. Ta41c Fare Unsurpassed. Fine Climate the.ycar ropnd.. Ap. 7, 9'2 J.'. AQ00OD,. J. 1,. T1HoRN LEY, Ju - L. C. THIORNLEY. HAGQ0D &, THORNLEY BROS., Livery; Teed, -01 & I.cbge gtablli, kasley -and Pickens, S. C....

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 18 January 1894

$1I A SOne Dollar a Year 441.04'44 0b9yool-oce at PIoken, S. 0.,I miWATOR IRIBY ke Irby is out in a strong - *tic card in regard to the 1p of the statq Demo itte and the Laurons t nce resolutions. He is respect to Mr. Kohn, of 4jwo a&ad Courier, in terms lhd iigorous. He gives derstand, as well as oth r i ted parties, that he pro .osos to remain State chairman to ho end of. his term and will not arrerider It for reasons that are of atorest to tho Democratic party. _for Ithy's vigilance has on i-Qons saved the reform and treachery in. 1 it would doubt ess,. dch to be desirod ,y some . a less watchful .nd less faithitl guard on duty. Senator Irby defends the resolu ions of the Laurens county .alli - .eftxand very clearly shows the visdom of the suggestions therein sontained. He indicates very sig iificantly that he is familiar with ,he ways and acts of politicians kbout the State house and in a do ided manner lots them know, that ;he farmers shall have a faii )hane in this deal. S...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 18 January 1894

AX. JANUABY 18t 1894. CA5OA PARAGRAPHS. W-e will sehd the JOURNAL and he* MoaA p~n year for 5. -~5 ,.ow 0bg 4te lat Monday for .rd.M. Hester is confined to roofa wIth, the grip. harles E. lRobinson is- confined .is roodiih tie grip. ailrop news, ii encouraging woi*ill begin soon. . foirris' ha's been confined thI 'g efiok to the house with -ripbe., Lon. .. E. Bogge has been com soned4 Notary Public by Gov r Tifluiah. ra L. Smith, of Liberty Town 4, ited'-his -brother, Barnett ith, near town Monday. drove of fine mules, bolonging i. G.- Gaines & Brother, passed Dug towA Wednesday for Cen. Vm.. Hunter, jr. of Central vnship, iW visiting in Atlanta t may locate in businoss in the es city. lies Annie Boone, of Gaines e, Ga., is spending some time. h Misses Ola and Aurie Hol ;sworth. . comical combination white so was sold. on the block, in our n last week for the munificent . 1 & ten'dollars. lisses Mattle and Junie Wyatt, Brushy Creek, Anderson county, ited at ex-sheriff Richoy...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 18 January 1894

~EQ~lvt LIAUTHAN RI LERK., S tial Bowsurd of an Eng reta the 4k ighteenth centuri. Wremas Diary Which TeE a Dle to o'atvation. ~ g t n1Is heard from time to SthA-n44erpaid clergy. It en * seoently sold by an English ter that "there are many clerks in bolgor4ers who receive 1986 than clerks inOU draper's shops." Ths is es Peoially true in Aurope, where the cler gy, or At leest thoearates, are paid Suoh misirably s*,or stipends that but to, t"egerosity of the parishioners they could'ot liv.. In the United States; too, the clergy man, usually college bred man of tal. ents and re nemuent, receives a salary altogether out of proportion to his call ng abd his ability. This remark does not apply to the clergy in the large cit. U0s, to, many of whom are paid very large salaries. In New York city, for example, it" is said that there are 100 ministers who receive salaries of $10,. 990 d manyof them have rectories or td shouses free in addition. But the country towns, east and west alike, them...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 25 January 1894

PEEOPLE'S O Vol. 4. PICKEN8, S. C., .TffURSDAY, JANUARY 25, 189. No.4, l~oy C&nMI DRESS, - Attor ndys at Law, Pickens, 8. C Opt 5. 189,.. .. DR. J. W.-ORWOOD, Dentist, Dr. W. M. Nurnwoon,.Assistant.- Ollice, 881 Main Street, Oreenville, S. C. Jan. 9, '9s y D ItJV 3OtALL De~ntiet, 0 ville S.- 0. Olice over Addisoll & DR.'. F.'.V7 iLIA A 1181. IsnoW 109i V1: nety loedn ital a1k 1, 1 of es the'.tl-na1 -nfrnun4di)utnl lg 4unt ry. f M 0e.ind resd erfee at the GIIfi llteei'c. Oct. 20-3m - The1rxehange Hotel, ,9R114'.NVIL LE, S. C.. 0. EXl0DERSON; Proprietor. M .derif. r'oemetito. Large R'oms. SpeelalcaL tn to Commuercial Travel an Tourst,.'iable Fare Uniiurpassted. Fue'Climatte the yeai: rnaid. Ap. 7, 9'2 J. ).-. it rooni . J. Lo. 'Hrno NIXm , Ili itm L. C..TH10uNIE'*Y., HAGOD & THORNLEYJBROS., EaAley. and1Pickens, 8. C.. t4 - - (Opposite Ilotel.) Carrlagede Bluggics. and Sladdle HlorsCs, alt reasonable rates. gX&Youir paitronage solicited. AuE CLAUIC. -GE(o. E. (9oll -l0t...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 25 January 1894

4e. t0- -RODBONt EzD1rou ~~~S I'~. M OMtV TURSDAY. iaerptiio Vne.Dolltar a Year. teawt at theoeh9nce at PIoeiu, S. 0. as sWeea-e1as mbter. *ATO*R jany. On the fourth page is published Senator Irby's answer to Treasurer Bates' letter, making enquiry about holding a factional convon ton. The letter is written in strong, terse language, and clearly Aefines the position of our junior Senator. - While there may be more candor and spirit in it, than are palatable to some, yet it will will impress every disinterested and honest mind that Senator Irby is a friend to, the peoplo and will not allow them to be iiposod upon by the artifnces of slick politicians. While his suggestions may not be adopted in detail, yet the wis domn, contained in them, can not be denied and the voice of the trusted leader will put tho peopl on their guard. Woo be to the self-appointed loader who will y to use the Reform m i ut for his own ambiti APPO ENTS BY COLLECT OR TOWMEN. It is the improssion among many who c...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 25 January 1894

13, e.p1's Jourx)&l THUSDfAY, JANUABY 25, 1894. W A I PRAGRAPHS. We will send the JOURNAL and rhe Houx AND FARM one year for J. H. Newton went to Batesburg onbusiness..' add4McFall, of Wilson N. C., i visiting his Uncle, W. T. McFall. Pen eh'1iwo in the advertisoment y Jag~ . 'ruce & Co., this weok. b for Federal officos 'aierous in this coun Col..W. E. Welborn, of Oconoo ounty, visited his sons near town ist week. L. E. Childress, Esq., visitod renyille last wook on profession I business. Andrew Cureton, of Greenvillo, 8aited his .ncle, Dr. J. D. Cure f)n, this week John Mears loft town Monday '')r Ashville N. C., and will prob bjy locato near that town. .J. F. Wells is finishing up and uttiug on the ornamental work of 1. H. Ashmore's building on Low street. Mrs. Lettie Newton, wife of Rev. . C. C. Newton, Missionary in Ppin, visited relatives and frionds ear town last week. Mrs. J. L. Thornloy, who has son on a visit to her parents, Mr. ad Mrs. 0. H. P. Fant, at Seneca, )t...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 25 January 1894

W, W. F. BRIGHT, EDTORn. THINE SCHOOL. The Poor and Good Teacher. BY NELLIE BURNS. There is one typo of teacher who has but one object in view--hor salary at the end of the month. When a school is afllicted with sucli an impostor, tho loss to the school can scarcoly bo estimated. There is so much indopondent power vested in a teachor, there being no direct supervisor, no spo cial employer to guard tho details of her work, that if she has the disposition to shirk her duties she can do so to o great extent, and still keep up an apparantly good form of school work. She can go through the formula of asking questions from the book, and re coiving the memorized answers. But when it comes to that weary ing task of expounding principles to pupils slow of understanding, teaching penmanship to awkward little hands, and exercising that much needed pationce with schol ars of dull intellects, tho poor, in -rtiffetot-teacher simply does none of theo. She skims over the stir face, and leaves the p...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 1 February 1894

ly' PICKENS, S. (5,THURSDAY, FEBRUARY1,89... . II. 0. BowniN. L.-Js. .Canamnas. OWEN & CIDU1RESS Attorneys a a DR. J. W, V01%_O0D,. Dentist, Dr. D W. WM.v swoob, Assistant. Ofet III) e cenfce 88j Main &treet, (,reenville, B. C. Jan0.9'O Y jL8L R. J. P. CARLISLE, Dentist Oreen vil' ~le *. .. Q i ovev Udin Mo~ee's -r' g Sto~ .. DIt. J. F. '-YI I f L 7A 8 I -r neati located at Pldken 11e-Profee n~il ServiceC' to III p flee and residence it the Grifeit Oct. 26--St ThaExchangO Hotel, EirVLaICE. B. C. 0. W vEN"AROgN,"Troprietor. b~e~ra IzprY~tOI~P~Tar W'nons. ucI an. speil 01wltloi' tho 00i1,e~r med.i~~l >urIts -.Table-iare Unsurpmasse . Fine .&1ugatW the year routd. Ap. 7,92 J. L. THoRiLY, JOu -C-C. TIIORN LEY, HAO0OD & THORNLEY BROS. Easley andlPibkeu,i8. 0j; . .: (OppOIate I otel.) - Carrlages'BItgto' and -$addlo. IIorsee, at --rea'onable rates. 2W Your patrouage solicited. AUM CLARK.,.. *. - 'GRO. IF. CooPRt 0ark & Cooper, healci's in Me-d NlntQ O.MoRme0ts, TOMB...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 1 February 1894

',vYERY THUtSDAY. ibscriptiori One Dollar a Year. te jre at b Post-oflee at Iekens, R. U., as ond-othi Miatter. rBURSDAY, JEBRUABY 1, 1894. GOVRNOR TI.LMAlN. Governor Tillmnan returned to lumbia from Washington on the ith instant and was immediately und by the reporters for the pur >we of an' interview, which our adore will find on the fourth age. Governor Tilhaan thows light i several points, which had been ystified by statements in the anti tpers. His visit to Washington shown to hiavo been one of an Acial nature and was not for the irpose of his engaging m tholfac >nal controversy concerning the oposed March convention. While Washington Governor Tilliman At leaders of the reform movo int and the situation was dis seed from every stand>o' is concluded, thia lie calling of early convention was unwise. this we mnost heartily concur d have held that opinion from ) first. agitation of the quoetion (I WO believe that the peoplO will o. a ree. to the samie. Indeed , peop;Ip hae...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
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