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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The people's recorder. — 19 March 1898

1 < '?Ja ?CCER,; 3R1CHTEK, BETTE I ABVEBTIjSERS 5 *? -CAW .HfeACU-f * ?' Tb? Colored P?ofilo i}f South ?^f X Carolina qnly through 1 . I TH E RE O ORD E R. | I WIRST J?JD1TXON. TH Published for the Elevation of cr vr Hace, VOL. V. NO. 27. COLUMBIA, S. C., S REDUCED RATES m IL mm. I SUBSCRIPTION: | ? Ono Vonr.$K50 jj J Hx months - . - - - ?BS *T1 ? Tinto Mouths - - - - fl) * ? IN ADVANCE, ?j Exponent of Republican Principles. FOI'NI IK l> IX 1893. NIX & HOLM KS, l'n bl bb ors. AY. MARCH 10, 1898. REV, E. B, WfiJK, State Agoat, DELIBERATELY DESTROYED. Army and Navy Regist^>t^ibl?shes This Information WHICH SHOW THE CAU Of the War Preparations Made ins the Past Few Days 81 THE Oil Olds for Shot and Shell Opomcd?-Tor pedocB foi- Key Wcst-I-Th^ Now War Map Made Up-Noy'th Carolina ls in tho Division of tl'io Kust, and South Carolina lu thc Wulf Olvlslon 4 Missouri und Abolished. Tcxas| Departments I Tho Army and ?javy Ltyegiator,- in its issuo of tho 12th, says: ("The Reg ist...

Publication Title: People's Recorder, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The people's recorder. — 19 March 1898

CG ER, BRIGHTER, BETTER ' REDUCED RATES Sfy? I ADVERTISERS 1 ?' Tho Colored rioyl JW Carolina only t -OA? rt/i:Acii-i- j South ? .JL. uaronnn uuiy through ,T $ THE RECORDER, i c****** w-^ $J * Ono V..:?r J > ix rno?l ri ^ ? *********** fc***i***-?*J , SUBSCRIPTION: ? .... sur/i *( ... .HT, ? Vinxts Months - - - - J? * IN ADVANCE, *j ?}.-'JIM twite at of Hep ubi ?can PriH^iplca FOI 'NUKI? IN URIS. NIX- IIOI.MKS, i'lihllsiwrs._ M E D, TO, Stats ??fiinL . WBM MBO. Army and Navy Registepublishes This Information i WHICH SHOW THE CAU Of the War Preparations Made inc: the Past Few Days i! I UNITED Sill Rids for Shot and Shell Opttncdt-Tor l p- ? pctlocs fer Key WOSI-LTIIO New / I War >!:ip MadO Up--Nor,th Carolina ls ?it (?ia l??visioii of tl:/o Knst, aud ?South Carolina In thc VJulf l?MvIsIon. Missouri and Texas, Departments Abolished. / Tho Army aud Xavy R/egistor,- in its isauo of tho 12th, 'says: i "Tho Reg ister is in pOBsoBsicn of information, tho correctness of which it inns ...

Publication Title: People's Recorder, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The people's recorder. — 19 March 1898

THE REALM lints For Sprlnff on ct Stimm or. Fashionables of Paris are now be finning to think of summer bats, traw will be, as usual, universally worn, autl tho novelties are very charming. Among tho now ones aro ny Gr, un the effect ie charming uer of usiug tullo ie layer ; '?no over ^ , quito . '/iv rVV'rT' 11 either if. .? i '^'i^V'rm euaP v, .t $$.%f-vi i of a ber .oose - of ?4i tullo s ike thp h '.ves ' a brok, a" ono r 1.? ..itfa v y ?i ayr s? ? i . - row cf .mn;- > s or ... ;.?.3. In Pn - ilowt . lui ?..jd bonnets a. ,u-eadyi ? IS cb . ur . Ith v.-tc, uuob i rib nail bats , and r.iu^c closely plaited conran R'IMWS in all abades. Finely sewn straws, Puna toas, Leghorn:; and manillas will also be worn. Tnu coarse straws, how ever, will bo deemed the most ele gant for toques and bonnets. Tulle will prove a strong rival of Btraw during the early part of tho coming ?eason. Even now the new models are built of tullo aud velvet. Chiffon and tulle are also employed for deep plaite...

Publication Title: People's Recorder, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The people's recorder. — 19 March 1898

THE REALM Hats For Sprlnc and 8 a rum or. Fashionables of Paris are now be ginning to think of summer hats, 'eiyaw* will be, as usual, universally .worn, and the novelties are very charming. Among tho new ones aro ! Cr.EATION OT VELVET .AI?D TUM IB. ?ian .t in is is '? . ch f ur the effect ia charming. A uov.? uer of ?sing tulle ie to Voling* layers. ?ne over Ji., uer, un quito either ? -1 IW^^ ss* ti., .i : . g$*s?sti . i of a berat -. ?th ',;..>. loose .."-..of h4 tulle sV-narote, Uko th? I- ".ves f > a brok, o' i o?oh oue edged ;.it?x v. iryj jv^ow ?.tin rib hjt. (.: a row of .ian;: rcs or it nail Uct?c< 3. In Pa .'ls fiow?. r -ti i'm. ?ed hats .vud bonnets ar tdr??dytli a", and wm - < plosely pished coarse sf-raws in ell ?hades. Finely nowa straws, Panu ^jnas, Leghorns and manillas will also be worn. The coarso straws, how ever, will be deemed the most ele gant for toques and bonnets.. Tulle will prove a strong rival of straw during the early part of tho coming seaso...

Publication Title: People's Recorder, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The people's recorder. — 19 March 1898

Push'tngjhe r-FOURTH OF ?Was Taken by tho .'Over One-Half ifl?n This Year, j "an of noting as money -i, eral counties is mcot~ f ucouragoniont this year .?/ two primary causes thomsolvoB are that the ring more liberal to rms, the business, in other ie counties are in greator louey. ion of the General Assem actfwas passed authoriz ing from the sinking fund int counties sums not to third of tho tax levy for or purposos. A lien on tho Wowing oounties guar lymeut of tho loan, with 1er cont, on tho amount [the actual time the money tension of the Legislature the terms of that act io amount which could bo lal to ono-half tho levy for j ses. lought when the act was )7 that the counties having ley would take advantage lofter. The only counties however,??wera Aiken, jrokoe, Dorchester, Fair Iton, Marion, Oconeo, IrVilliamsburg., The total ' by thom was ?39,033. by special omictmont, An !permitted to borrow $28,000 wood $10,000. The other ich have, up to this time, i weil or made application ...

Publication Title: People's Recorder, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The people's recorder. — 19 March 1898

Pushing, the r-FOU RT H OF >Vas Tnlcen by tho .Over One-Half MI This Y oar, tan of noting as money -veral couulios is meot ucouragoinont Ibis year two primary causes themselves aro that tho iring moro liberal terms, the business, in other Ho comities are in greater louey. ion of ibo Gonerul Assent* net was passed authoris ing from tue sinking fund mt couulios sums uot lo third of tho tax levy for or .purposos. A lion on tho Arrowing ooulilies guar ?ynieut of tho luau, with or cont ou tho nmouut ho uctual limo vlio money lensiou of Iho L?gislature Uno tormti of that ucl io nmouut which could bo lal to ono half tho levy for sos. bought when tho act was 1)7 that tho counties having toy would take udvantago loller. Tho ouly counties however, ?wcro Aiken, jrokee, Dorchester, Fuir Iton, Marion, Ocoueo, Williamsburg. Tho total by 4hem was ?5>!),05J3. by special enactment, An ipermitted to borrow ?28,000 wood ?10, OOO. Tiio other |icb have, up to this limo, Iwed or mudo application fo...

Publication Title: People's Recorder, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The people's recorder. — 19 March 1898

An Overwork??! Brain* From the Xecord, Fitrceton, Ind. Doterminod to risa ia hin chosen pro; fossiou as an educator, Ernest Kemper, o riercoton, Ind., overtaxed him?elt men tally and physically. He was ambitious bk mind was always on hin work. Fro early morn until lato at night he conti nully pored over his books. Few persons, even with tho strong constitutions, caa keep up undor BU. 1 strain. In addition to his studios. Mr. Kev.-. Wr was touching a school souiu threo nffps from bis home. Finally, his excessive "'' f'./ ami tho exposure of going to. and ? school in nil kinds of weather undera Irajd his health. (J Ho was taken to his bod with pno'i .. *? ? and bis overworked brain almosteolit.p*W? For soveral weeks ho was seriously ill. * Catarrh had taken root in his system and IR3 io ,t .g t. t H. St his mind was in a delicate condith was sent toColoradov. U sponl three' mouths r o c < . ?any ? The: nd sj from cleve land tveatod him without avail, and i hen a hospi tal in Chicag...

Publication Title: People's Recorder, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The people's recorder. — 19 March 1898

An OTtrwork?! H rain. ii From Vii Ketor?i FUfeei^ , Determined to rise la his ohoaen p fession aa an educator, Ernest Kemper, o Pjer'ceton. Ind.,. overtaxed himael? men tally ami physically. H? W?ni ambitious bis mind waa always' oa 'f-'B w?rk; - Fro early morn until.late at night he cont' \ially pored over hisbooka. Few persons, even! with the strong conEtitutlons, eau keep up under sue' ?train. * . In addition to .his studies, Mr. KwiWir was teacldug a school some threo ?HW* from bis home. Finally, his excessive stw?y and tba exposure of going to. and irftju Behool ia all kinds of weather underuiiiM'i his health. ; <c He was taken to his bed with pnou!w? i"t and bis overworked brain almost colli.pA ' i. Z:<JL ?GT?t?l w??h? >>?. TTsn r.crlou??y'lil. ?> Catarrh bud tuken root in bis syst om and. bis mind was lu a dolioato conditio . KJ was sont to Colorado v. -ct .< *ie ? spout thrco' months wll).<"Ut reoe ? -**i :ig >any .?$ .lt. ?The: ifi-not ed sp-.-^'Uiis...

Publication Title: People's Recorder, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The people's recorder. — 19 March 1898

;HE RIDDLE OF T Wo . inn wo lioro iio man re?da ?I.,- idle of t 1 * that aro, Frc . nv fon io valley's lion rt 'j . , >i?l?t <. largest star, Xot . ? '. ?<>W tl- > io prnssuro ol Lifo Ia ... <l M .,,1 i silpi poath is .loop. AH ? ' 1 and m tho tangled way >, ads 1 U"to ut Sleep. If .$WZ?r4X?%& fi -iCRUMPLI .'ORV Ol? J\ BB LOUDNESS skies ami lialiuy breezes combined to maka tho tiny nu ideal one. Tbo AV ell? known bay ul Al fri or M was most delightfully still. Tho Bun glint e?l ilown on I tic white sails of :i yacht lying a mile or t wo out, making tho brnsswork glitter ami tho pretty little breakfast table, set under the awning, look most inviting. Jt \v:is most charmingly nrrnugctl a deux, and pvorything, from tho delicate eggshell china t.> the little rat-tailed simons, .was of thc daintiest description. Everything around looked .so calm nut! quiet; it seemed almost as though r. sju'll lay over it al!, and Hie ship .were about to sail into an enchanted...

Publication Title: People's Recorder, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The people's recorder. — 19 March 1898

Wo v 1 Fr< T > Yoi . Ar As \\ 2t! ."HE klUDLE OF Tl in n wo . boro no man ronda idlooft 1 * that aro, tiy fori II io valley's hoart tight o largest star, now tb i io nrcssuro ot Lite ia rd' islloi ' Poath ls ?loop, land sn tho tangled way ads t gate ol Sloop. Wi: CRUMPLE TORY Ol' IJOUDTJESS skies and balmy breezes combined to naiko tho day au ideal oue. Tho well known bay ut Algioi'fJ was most delightfully still. Thc sun glinted down on thc white sails of a yacht lying a milo or twy out, makin-.;" tho hrasswork glitter and tho pretty little breakfast table, ?et under the awning, look most inviting. It was most charmingly arranged a deux, and everything, from tho delicate eggshell china to tho littlo rat-tailed spoons, ?was of tho daintiest description. Everything around looked so calm nnd quiet; it seemed almost as though a ?poll lay over it all, and the ship were about to sail into an enchanted city-the brilliant blue of the Mediter ranean, and tho cloudless Southern sky, wit...

Publication Title: People's Recorder, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The people's recorder. — 19 March 1898

THE BIDDLE OF JJ W? YV-, ;. idovJTP1'' 'hero no man rcadu ? Ti-r> . 'tiple o! t^.l'.'.i that aro, From * '?"ny terr lr. .'io valloy's heart T . ?io light o? t ? largest star, 1 Sel wi 'io prosBiiro ol Lite is kno^ that hurd' ' ? ' &n*athe?Siier.< ? ipeath is deep, As w " oi'.l and . ..i onthe tangled way ?ct nt Iliads t> ' gate ot Sleep. M Sj. >JS*i 5 TH B CRUMPL? I,:, ?ri. ""TORY OF -A. IiOTTDLESS skies and balmy breezes combined to make the day an ideal one. Tho well known bay at Algiers was most delightfully still. Tho sun glinted down on tho white sails of a yacht lying a milo or twp out, makiug tho Ibrasswork glitter and tho pretty little |breakfast table, sot under tho awning, look most inviting. It was most charmingly arrauged a deux, and everything, from the delicate eggshell china to tho littlo rat-tailod spoons, was of tho daintiest description. | Everything around looked so calm and quiet; it Heemed almost as though ; a spell lay over it all, and.the ship ...

Publication Title: People's Recorder, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The people's recorder. — 19 March 1898

i III s PARED ESPECIALLY FOR THE FAMILY FIRESIDE. ' ur Yentertlayft ?nd Our To-morrows" 1? tlio Title of Dr. Hepworth'i Sermon In the New York Herald-Ur. Taimado on Tr y log Xilfe'e Journey Over Agni". INOTK: *Tho ono-tUousnutl-dolInr prlzo tor the best sermon In tlio New York Her ald's competition wns won by Kev. Blotmrd G. "Woodbrldgo, pnstor ot the Central Con gregational Chu rob, Mlddloboro, Mass. "Tho Power of ?Jentlencss" was tho tltlo of Mr. AYoodbrldge's sermon. Fifteen sonnons in nil appeared In thu Herold's competitive aeries.] - TEXT: "Sufficient unto tho doy Is tho ovil thereof."-Matthew vi., 84. Hero ls n blt of philosophy too profound tc bo appreciated without careful and con tinuous Htudy. It also contains-a stern in junction not to worry over what cannot bo helped, but, on tho othor hand, to muko tho host of your circumstances. You ?re com mandoq to lot tho pusi go its way Into tho land ot forgetfulness, and not to borrow from tho future tito troubles which you fenr ...

Publication Title: People's Recorder, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The people's recorder. — 19 March 1898

.FARED ESPECIALLY FOR i THE FAMILY FIRESIDE. ' ur Yesterdays ?ntl Our Tn-morrown" Ii? j tho Titi? ?>f Dr. IIopwortli'B Sermon In tho Now York Herald-l>r. Talmago ?ni Trvlnc Life'? Journey Over Again. [NOTE: Tho oue-lbousaud-dollnr prl/.o Tor the host sermon in thu Now York Her nld's coin petition was won by Hov. Wollard G. Woodbridge, p-vstor of tho Central Con gregational Church, Mlddloboro, Musi "Tho Power of UenlleucBs" was tho Hilo of Jlr. Woodbridge's sermon. Fifteen sonnons in nil appeared in lb? Herald's competitive series.] - TEXT: "Kuifleient unto tho day is tho evil thereof."-Matthew vi., 31. lloro is a bit ot philosophy too profound to ho appreciated without, careful anil con tinuous study. lt also contains a stern in junction not to worry over vrhat cannot bo kelped, but, on tho ??thor baud, to make thc host of your circumstances. You aro com manded to lot the past go its way Into tho land of forgetfulness, and not to borrow from tho future the troubles which yon f...

Publication Title: People's Recorder, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The people's recorder. — 19 March 1898

HE PEOPLE'S RECORDER. i ?ttOOMSOr 19 faV?ttBMwgLL BECORDH?. A jjjpi P?OM DOVOttd IO tb? tale??* M fee o ?flo rod BM?, _ rawnitsi Srtry Saturday *r MX & HOLMES tSomiWbU, . . . . >' .'.> . ? O. TAd*ertt?ia? ta?w? c?oppttcMlot,. . (MHNPMMltSt?*? WbJwM Ot t?ttri.tU InrlMd. IOHT MI rv Bwrtm ??fttr Ct*** or tutu .md utar. k M adetttr: ?oary or MT <*f?r ^StWWtt?tlou MB? to Ult <|0??tn**bot4?l?*M?? Xiv* People9? Recorder, 'x colombia, e. c. WoMTtftaf .*#.?.! ?BvV JS D WHITE STATE AGENT Offioi?l Organ GRAND UNITED ORDER ODD FELLO WS OF SOUTH CAROLINA. ATURD?Y MAR. 19, '98. fe I??? The RxcoXDKK wu tho center of at traction before she pat on her new dren. BOW she will pall the sting out of the tail of all our'political enemies, she will take as she baa n?ver taken before, for she shines as ehe has nerer shone before; full of nawa and plenty room .for more. X shall do all I can to pat her in the hornea of ?vary Negro.in South Carolins.. E, D. WHITE, State Agent I ?|?| Q;;};|^po^...

Publication Title: People's Recorder, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The people's recorder. — 19 March 1898

HE PEOPLE'S RECORDER, BUCCOI?OT tO fflfj EABNffELt RECORDER. A tttt?mvt Paper Derated to the lotercjte ot fio O di o red HMO._. fobUrtT? Every SeWwJBy t>y <*f^ RIX & HOLMES ComuvL?,.B. C. Weet T?yte* tweet, jEear Meta. ^Adrerttetoi utes writte tootra on eppUcMlon. ComtpoBdeaeo ea eabj?oteof Uleree* le inrwad. Voaer eest rey Sxpreia, Money Order or Regie ?Bid Utter; ta et soy tte* ?oaeTOTejr/QUWV <j5tSW?lft??o?e ?eat totkle 49oe mat* be ?<J?rtf ie d to People9* Recorder, colamble. 8. tx Weet Teerte? .?#.?? Ba? Mea?. EEV IS D WHITE STATE AGENT Official Organ GRAND UNITED ORDER ODD FELLOWS OF SOUTH CAROLINA. SATURDAY MAR. IS, 'SS. Wi The RJECOEDER wat the center of at traction before she pnt on her new drei?, now she will pall the ?ting out of the tail of all our'political encmict, ?he will take as ihe hat never taken before, for iho shines as she has never thone before; fall of news and plenty room for more. X shall do all I can to pnt her in the homet of every Negro i...

Publication Title: People's Recorder, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The people's recorder. — 19 March 1898

tfHE PEOPLE'S RECORDER, Succettot to THE HAHN WELL RECORDER. A eeiuiM Fapw Besoted to tho totere?? AT fie colored R?co._ l*ObU**ed Every Satnnlay by ^ RIX & HOLMES CoiTJUi.rA, .... - . 8. O. Weit T?yjwr^we^l^?t_M?>a? __ Advertidos Bate? m?d? koowa on application. ttorc?poii<3on?> OD invfiou of InterestU Invited. .Toser seat ky Ksprsts. Soa*r Order cr Keg I? Orea Utt*r.ta?t ow risk. Boney or any otter <7taus?sIisUoBa Mat to tau 5fjgf mont be ?d?resiad to tVh\9 People9* Recorder, columbi?, e. A WttiTatiat tutti. Eas* Meta, REV fl D WHITE STATE AGENT Official Organ GRAND UNITED ORDER ODD FELLOWS OF SOUTH CAROLINA. hATURDAY MAR. 19, '88. Thc RECORDER was thc center of at traction before she put on her nen drei?, now she will pull the sting out of the tail of all our 'political enemies, she will take as she has nerer tahen before, for she shines as sh? has nerer shone before; foll of news and plenty room for more. I shall do all I can to put her in the homes of orery Negr...

Publication Title: People's Recorder, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The people's recorder. — 19 March 1898

SATURDAY MAB. Vi, 03 E. J. MACK CITY COLLECTOR CITY FLASHES. Mrs. J* H. Robinson, of Denmark ia spending soma time ia the city vt i th ber sister. Send us yonr job work, and thus help tts keep Negroes honorably cm* \ ployed, Mr. Tho?. Bowman, of Irmo in the city last week und called un paid his subscription; Our carrier? will be around every Saturday. Please save some money for them* Mis, Susie Black, wife pf Lien 1.8, Black, ls quite ill at their ri? idence on Winn St. Plenty communications in th office for the next three vc >< Dont send ?ny more just yet. * >i Croakers may croak and ' , ne country frogs may hollow, I.. he Bscorder ie on top, on this y ou can bet your lost dollar. J The reduced rates of thi? * ?per will last only eleven day iger. Better send in your money i eis? you'll bo left. A great time at Nazeret /< n last sabbath afternoon; a iine "i .non by pastor Whitehead that v.a enjoyed by ail presont. Are you doing your ?i v by us reader? Do you try to h >...

Publication Title: People's Recorder, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The people's recorder. — 19 March 1898

SATURDAY MAR, 19, VS E. J. MACK CITY COLLECTOR; C5IT? FLASHES. v\'tani^J^/ft)9lbm8onv of Denmark i? spending gome time in the city .with her sister. . ' Send us your job work and thus help tts keep Negroes honorably cm Vployed, Mr. Tho?. Bowman, ot Trmo w?r in the etty last week and called an * paid his subscription. Our carriers will he around every Saturday. Please save sonic mone for them? Mis. Susie Black, wife pf Lieu LS, Black, la quite ill at ttouVre* idence on Winn St. "'\ Plenty communications ita iiw office for the next three $e<?Vcs? Dont send any more Just yet. ? Croakers may croak anjl np he country frogs may hollow, but-' he Recorder is on tcp, on this y ou can bet your last dollar. on this you ? . i ?es of Hus ip? The reduced rates of thi? f[ ?per will last only eleven day Nager. Better send in your money or. eis? you'll bo left. A great time at Nazareth ?rn lait sabbath afternoon; a fine se^ inon by - pastor Whitehead that wwi enjoyed by all presont. Are yon doing...

Publication Title: People's Recorder, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The people's recorder. — 13 January 1900

LE'S RECORDER ers PUBLISHED FOR TUB ELEVATION OF OUR RACE, AND 15 AN EXPONENT OF REPUBLICAN PRINCIPLES. Founded in 1893. OLUMBIA AND UNION, S. C., SATURDAY MORNING, JANUARY 13,1900. NO. 18. K Governor Mcsweeney to the State Legislature. jfVERAL INDUSTRIAL PROGRESS. - ? Congratulai;s the People of South jolina ft.cause of Their General pr0Sp-rit> - Recommendations. Fellows ssai a* gai As?< ai' -;- Exe ii- : fifi opening jar BI ii CK a '.j^J.*- '.. . DurisS Matt?? ' ti IRK eallH . tareroor substance of tLe an . ansmitted to the Gen rf South Carolina by ;. M. B Mcsweeney at >sion ot that body Tues :ir Genera] Assembly: p.tst year the heavy hand v is laid upon the chief ex ie State, and the people o mourn the death of their . . n long illness. Govern IffW'Hiaai ri. Elleroe died at his home ::-->. on June 2. 1S09. Marion < ir il cf honors, and coainiaTi Hies, he Holding f?overr.or - the respect of his country - tethered to his fathers. ; . position of Lieutenant . : which ...

Publication Title: People's Recorder, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The people's recorder. — 13 January 1900

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