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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 15 March 1900

The People's Journal. T. C, ROBINSON, Editor. 1U11018110 EVERfY THURSDAY. Subscription One Dollar a Year Entered at the Post Ofice at rickens as second-class matter. IURSDAY, MAlRCIH 15, 1900. A Pertinent Problem. DIToRl JOURNAL: In behalf of the projected movement to establish a method of fire protection in our budding municipality, may I, a mem. ber of the committee to canvass, be allowed a bit of your valuable space to urge concerted action on the part uf the property holders and citizens in general for the carrying out of the scheme proposed, while the iron is hot. This committee, in order to have a basis to work on, constituted itself a board of assessment, and assessed all persons living and doing business within the proposed protected district in prop rtion to the amount of prop erty-stocks, buildings, &c., each hid for protection. This assessment was as fair and equable as could be made without official statistical data, as was evidenced by the prompt re sponse of the st...

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. — 15 March 1900

The People's Journl. Local anti Pormenal. horo Tuesday. --W. H. Griflin, of Greenvil, came over Sunday. -Saturday was a very busy day with our merchants. -Cul. J. E. Ilagood, of Charles ton, was here this wook. -Dr. W. F. Auitin Wili bo in Pickons 20th, 21st a nd d int. -Court convones hero Monday, with Judge Watts on the bech. -Many tons of fertilizor ,s c.r ried away from Pickouls every day by the farmers. -W. W. Aiken, who runs a Istore and is also postmaster ati Hazizu, was hero on business Monday. -Note change in the advertise mont of Craig Bros., in th1i i. It is interOeta a"n. d wi blt you. -J. B. R1. Freemnan i', m xintg bO sidewalk in front N i v paved with briek. (. ho:bl do lizewise. -J. 0. Brno'k. jewel r, ' h o Pickens court w\% ' Ir' h p his brloher, J, : w watch work. -Bolt & TI h i m , have just received th- pr- I 1 of fresh fancy ca;d ::vr en 1 up in Pickns. -Married, on L. T. D. Harris, NJ.:'- . Smith, of Illoi', t-: Po of this County. -Read chanvo i ~ n/ vorti...

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. — 15 March 1900

The People's Journal PICKENS S. C. TOTbALE I ljIiPSIC IN MAY. T1'heloovermile it Will Iliavo Observa tori'es in South Carolina. New York Tribftune. The naval observiatory hIs asked Congress for an appropitLion of $,,000 for the purposLe of 'tudying and observ ing the totail 6olar cclipse of May 28 t neXt, a IhenJ0omilenOn of spcil interest. to America, us it Is the irst one that will be visibli venerally i this coun try since 1', the only exception being the cclpe of 1 taJ, viimc from the west (oast of Caiuoriik i up into M an i toba. TIhe ecli p120 n L xt I pring' . il visible in a narrow line or ibet exLevl Ing frIU Norfolk, \'a.. in it venerai;y southwebterily dirt etion through '.xNt, and Mexico. 'Tite duration of tota i. tt Norfolk 1,, about a minutc ait. a half vnd the time mnuilu-hi uOtt' New Urleant, where it i. oan y it mt a minute and twelvo econds. Preparations for c h:erving thi ecelipse were hegum nt ti three yiar., ago I the weather bureau. wh:ib ga4tii r-d extei 4ve d...

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. — 22 March 1900

40q s VHE PEOPLE'S JOURNAL L o.---N0. 8. .PICKENS S. C., THURSI), MARCH 2, I900- ONE DOLLAR A YEAR THE GREENVILLE MOONSHINER. NOT SO DUIaL AS HE LOOK. Opportunities to Stiuldy Him at the United States Court-Iie tfpeaks a Iangiuage Abounding in Words Proving Ils Enllilsh Descent. Special to the New York Times. GREENVILLlE', S. 0. March :;.-The United States court for the district of South Carolina, which meets here three times a yar, alfirds a fine op portunity to study the gonus moon shiner. The makers of blockade whis key are everywhere ii evidence. They lounge awkwardly on the boncho of the court room ; they restlessly pace the corridors ; they throng the sidewalks and sit on the curbstoncs, chewing to bacco and discussing the proceedi1gs of the court. The vacant lots of the town are full of their wagons, one and two horse vehicise, sometimos canvas-covered. Beside eachi wagon stands a bony mule or horse, or a patient and scraggy little stoer, munching fedder and " shucks," and la...

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. — 22 March 1900

T-i~I~if1E'IENZY THIURSDAY S s.icription One Dollar a Yeai I w. 1 ol Oico at Pickens as a a wt..ela4 0::eter. T otm D AY, N ARlCil22, 1900. A : N 8i w8 plubliBhed Sun, (I.r in, th Colu10 1mbiaf Stalte inl re~fer c;we lo the dlay il the paymen , .W pens, n funds. It is rather loI to ,i ve thromnli tho coin ins of th Journal, but the burden of th' ~ong is that pensioner-S must 1) palie it uniIl ".tie Stat)e Board i r to thdtti)buto the fund. Tli t -n'I't shows clearly that ti is not in Columbia and cac (lunt ymiiusL until tho most tard ins:. s work. Thero is an iln p : ' aounIt of work and wor ti.- '"tato fllard to encounter ord t aVoi d duing any pen sioni 0:Jwa .: -d d layv 1 andl al c.Ilub . I>rb ...en by 1. R. Til Winw ni 1', n4 Jded flt! thromf Amn, tH, mnnv wi acts of hi r I-r; I - wais the 1L* ihhoni freem from th h...... rnt wis and g-I d .i i .411 j l i m 1 1 , ! vr i : re d -h' r1i Iha ilI Vt d I I u Id i ah Id v i l tim .Ii en in hi,- hablit I btorre r.t 1m or, temp .1 l...

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. — 22 March 1900

Sessions Court. Court of General Sessions for Pickens County convened Monday morning at 10 o'clock. Judge R. C. Watts was on the 'ench, and his chargo to tho Jury was very oloquent, inpressivo and instrue tive. Captain Wyatt Aiken, the eflicient stonographor, was at hir post; also Mr. Ansol the Solici. for. As usual, the jurors were all present and are to be compliment Od uipon their promptness. True bills were return'Qd by the Grand Jury in the following cases: State vs. James Simpson and Lema Baker, houso-breaking and larcony. Stato vs. Prater ''alloy, assault and battery with intent to kill, and carrying concealed weapons. Stato vs. Randall McElvano, houso breaking and larceny. State vs. WeslQey Head, murder. Stato vs. Sam P. Lanior murder. State vs. Uharlos R. O'Sheals and Fred O'Sheals, assault and battery with intent to kill. In the following eases 11o bills were found: State vs. Louis Talley, selling liquor. State vs. F. C. Dorsey, assault and battery with intent to kill. Sta...

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. — 22 March 1900

The People's Journal. PICKENS S, C. BILL11 ARP AS INSTRUCTOR. ANSWERS QUICSTION4 S1CN1 ' lIM. Tiho Mail Brings Theim Fromt All (Quarters--A Liatly Wats to K now Alout "Needle's iye." A lady writes to meo and asks what Is really metcant by the " needlu's eye " in the parable of tho rich man. I romem bor reading somewhere that it was the smallest gate that gave entrance to the walled city of Jerusalem, and that a loaded camel had to be stripped of its burden and l'end its knoeb to tqueeze through. And so a rich man had to give up his riches and come to his knees before he could enter Iloavon. But I do not find that in any commentary. It was just one of tho thousand pro. verbs that adorned the moral teachings of the Jews and the eastern nations. The writings of Job and Solomon and Confuolus and Mahomot abound In them. In the Koran is found this pro verb: " The impious man will find the gates of Heaven shut and ho can no more enter than a camel can pass through a needle's eyo." There is...

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. — 5 April 1900

TH E PEOPLE'S JOURNAL VOL io.---NO. 10. *PICKENS S. C., 'THURSDMY L5 O ONE D L A A Y SENATOR TILL4MAN AND THE REPUBLICANS. ACC1JSS' 711111 OF l1YPOUlRIsk. A Flerco Attack Uponi the Porto Itican Policy I tLI Atiaminist ration-The Itepulblicanls IIat(I to liy Soumte Men to Voto for1 the Paris 71reaty of l'ence-Does lit- Mean i the Junior Sena tor ? Mr. l'resi.'ent, there Is an old legal mharim, I believe, that, a man can not take advantage of hIs own w rong ; and those who voted to bring Into this coun try and under its jurisdiction and its 11ag and ito citizen1sn0i) this chCap) con tract labor, this peon labor, Ghis Malay labor, and other forms of Lolored labor. were told what the results would be that would follow the ratification of that treaty ; and it was very hard to get the votes necessary to make that treaty a law, and I-have heard you had to buy sonic tmen to vote for it. 'l.'he question as to whether a wrong is to be done to the American people, as to whetbr a wrong is t. bc...

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. — 5 April 1900

The People's Journal. T' (. 'WINSON, Editor. pT I$il'ID II)- TiRSAY. Subscription One Dollar a Year Entered at tI P -t Ofilce at Plckeus as A ' La 5, 190'1. Tit.: Jouvrnm, editor has boon stuing a certaini proviso of the <hspohar'y bev sile( tho adjourn mnent of tLo legislature and will give his opinion on it soon, if the Att orney General continues to re main silent. It may or may not verv seriously aleet Pickens coun ty, that deItpends upon the construe. lion of tho proviso. It is short, but knotty, and may require the opinion of the Supreme court to isettle it. Mr. n.'O's, 'lit.'r of' an Orange nr p r. ( oilsulted SonatorlI Tih m o. t!' ' advisability of I ah c.mvass of the StatE ( by . j 1. 0 Stato oflieCos. I '. bl :-0p1lied inl hi-4 us8-1. "1. ~ e bu h t Tni.: Jorit d L< i-atch his coil nlo of, tho prer-oga- 1 v high plices to talk I ino e i v of thoir audiences, so let it w in this caso. Sonator '"ilbiiunn !onltd alford to be indo pond- it and definiite to at hair's8 bv...

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. — 5 April 1900

The People's Journal. Local and Personal. -Mrs. R. R. Dagiall is seriously ill.at her home in town. -Miss Corrio Bruoo is confinod to her room with illness. --Mrs. James Thoflhpson is Beri ously ill at hor home in town. -Soaborn Keith is very low with fever at tho Table Rocki hotel. -'Squiro W 1. LJenkins is con- 1 fined to hi room with lagrippo. -Ernost Folgor has boon laid up with the grippe for th) past week. -1). F. Sutherland, of Purmpkin town, was here last week on bUSi -Prof. Walter J. Boggs closod a flourishing school at Rounion last vreek. -Frank Stewart, of near Sunny < Dale, killed two large wild cats i last wo'Cok. &-Dr. W. F. Austin will be in Eiasloy next Tuesday evening and Wednesday. -I-firain Sloan, colored, fell dead in the field while plowing near 01 ga last week. -Rencnbor tho entertaiinment at the court hous Friday night. Let everybody coio. -Miss Hannah riight, of 1May );ard, visited M iss Bello Suith, of Cedar Rock, last wook. -Born unto Mr. and Mrs. Ja...

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. — 5 April 1900

A BAPTIST MINISTR WORKING MIRACLES. 1 Ill. G1itGIAI'S LATEST SENSATION. hii tvo A Number ol' Re-amarkabie Cure Areoil Narratuot acid Crooked Limi Ab Are Set Straight. lit A corrIpodeiltut Of the Atlanta Con- o1 stitution 6ays that certainl remarkahle' w. re r, or Ialeged. on the part of CiL tv. O.6 M. to', i mis sioiry Bap- ow tlt prenetI' . -vho ('imIUs to operate th through faith , hlave caueiid a great as deal of o eillnt ai d lis iifcussi in Co inibIll- anu vit.11 iLy dur'iig the pabt til at openly an geierally till atll that & v. Mr. Sutton has, b., lrouS Ihl. the ex'rCiiin of faith inl a nV piowr, ben abh-2 Lo straighten u ill' crookx lt and to reimeLdy other w 1 p lm I'iJuutt~ionis. iOn the otier di in , riV ii :ua nn y who ex plain that 11w, what .)t. il: i 1-mira ulouls Uures ar ill llt rtly% op an ns whichI call be ate- e.1 COO nte i ' L .i atural 01Vtry-dt\, iII I ami no :a faith cure doctor, a in ai' l F. Mr a m 9agnet0c doetor : I w. lm -in. a ; .2 amble flmillit(r ...

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. — 12 April 1900

H E L/R * - - - - - ----- ----- ------ - -......... VO o--0 1.PCESS.CT RI)\ \RL o VO i.--N . 11 PCK N S C, H 'R~x\\ <~ k L 2 )O.ONE DJOLLAR A YEAR. THE CARRYING OF - CONCEALED WEAPONS.J lIffURFULi 1110i11CI0111010001O1). The Need of liegislation to Prevent p~istol Practive Perom Fl''os Notions ol'bilnhooti ani lavery-Astronig Arraignment from the Blench. t Ili opining the eourt, of geveral s ions for lMie, Uandi Ceunty, the oc ct-ion was signalized by Judge Bonet in a charge to the grand jury w hich calli the attention of too public very forcibly to the crying evil of carrying concealed weapons, a practice that is largely responsible for the terrible re- i cord of homicides in thi, State. Judge lienet said there certainly is need for t-omue logislation 104W i og1 to the reduc tion in the number of homicides that t aninully occur In South Carolina, the , year 18911 showing a total of 242, w bich is an average authia'er. The followine ii the chief portion of Judge lienet'h remarks ...

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 April 1900

T.C, RJVNOS dtr Slubscriptionl One Dollar a Year 1PE1tmT41r i t O.il' P'o8t O11iCO At Plckos a8 :o P. lin ziont I.7,,ioii will nioot j.il' iA-)d!,;' 11 Coutyt, S. 0., oil I~ U da i' wo I ho fif ti Sunday Ix Itoi0 ntory s-,lHmojt by ]Rov. D). is.Whly 111 1 a .Uapthst? By e.E. A. Durhlam. s Is- i1 t. not, tlin tduty of tho 11 ( 1 rci-di t o cQbCt till Suitiday Sc~hool f( :!,1. hIow "41(ul(1 WO treait then ,!1ilOflo c1ausc.? By lzcy. G.1. 11. 491h. \Vhn1t ~1iidchiUVChes do i ( . ofIir~N ('rk S 1'.'ii I On ii t l l fro) d B ti t ., h) I)o peci S' t ( I ' ,r Il ss o lq OI lii sV' haK n1 lt! I' slam U ut CA t' i\Ii mi nvil t! 0% iwinrm Iim 6:1 1 ' g i i '1 I I t1. 1, l . rI c. T , k. Iii I i - l! .!' fac I'l J;l ti. to 7 !m ht.a te - I . ~ I I ' *-.'I'4IIII 1 11 'F CONDUCTED BY W. IV. F. BRIGI[T, lounty Stit, of Education. The Teachers' Corner. [cuLIPINGlS.] As a toachor, you must expect to a criticised, analyzed and discuss l. You are considorcd it legiti ate subject for much small talk ...

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 April 1900

The People's Journai. Local and Personal; -Read notice of Pickcns cotton mill this woek. -J. Henry Grady has boon ap pointed a State constable. -Road announcement of B. B. Gilstrap for Shoriff this wock. --See the dental card of Dr. J. nville, in this is on a visit owborry this week. -Mrs. Jas. Thompson, who has been very ill for some timo, is con valescent. -John W. Thomas, of Nino Times, is announced for Sheriff in this issuo. -The grippo has got a pretty gpd grip oil many of the peoplQ in this county. -If wo demand porfection of out frionds we must pay for it in the samo currency. -Folger & Thornley have jutt received a nico lino of Spring and Summer clothinig. -Miss Etta Boggs, of Eatley, is Visiting Miss Corrie Uruce, in town, this wee:. -Srvices in the raptist chureb Sunday at II o'clock by the pasitor, Rev. A. J. .9. Thomas. -At this writing. we are glad to say that tho condition of Thou. Griflin, of Fiold, is much improv-ed. -The prodictions; aro that wo will have plenit...

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 April 1900

The People's Journal PICK ENS S. C. A lIVM0Rt1~Al S S17C-' iN l'1ih' Sh'N A -lo p" -~ . 1. t not e n v Ir' piori li ouri iIc . .;*ii 8oeri t.at h v --I aiet. no eant~1 with r nw ht.w Youme01uW tha rea a ln of a lawye yOUou mus tuall b d e says on thie sub1 Jet ;that - ill tnot do to mecrely take a sentence Iere., or a~ piClu of a uea Lence here, and a pieCu of a sen1tence0 the3re. That will nee do, but that is 0ractly what that distingubbehd Se~na %or dlid. ln r..a fro. .h. o...i.n .f *e 14- It I. t 1 I I o i okte 1 ) "? 1:4I . or1 t d itt it ' t !It I 'I' a %. ok(. 11 I. . ti I i r r It I Ii% e - o . wool -v u-c f to - 1 q III I thilon .v it., d - I V - r 1 1kI I I t i ,.. 6' i i , t11 . A -4 4 n 4144 p .ak w* .l 4110.] n i'. i1n - ~'K fui I' 4.14. noun .in i f4t. t - r' A ~in ch'.g- b.44 af rene 4f I'- gte i 0 f r 1' lw 4'afh calf, thU man41 of! Godl re;d,4'C and4 bei 1)4 Id out h i. sword( 4. 'lll4 d4124 d to kno0w '' who~i wl4, cn 14 ra eh* ," and)4 the~ oraitor j 1(4pe.d p 1roh...

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. — 19 April 1900

_THE PEOPLE'S JOURNAL VOL io.---NO. 12 PICKENS S. C., THURSDAY, API\R1L i, 1900. ONE )OLLAR A YEAR. .. -v . - .- . . .. THE BOURS ARE 'TATRIOTS. STRUGGLE FOft INDICPENVE, lvk;. Bravo Moln aid Womuen Whi v Up Their ULv(s For i4'reedom. lion. Webster Difvis, former assis taut sccritiry of the interior, whq rosigned his place so that he couh speak for the cause of the.Sothi Afri can republics, addressed an immense audloce at the Grand opera house in. Washington 1). C. li reviewed the i truggle of the Boers and charged that England Is making an unjust and in famous war on a 'free people. " The Boers of South Africa," said Mr. Davis, "arc among' the pioneers of freedom-heroes of civil and re liglous liberty. They were the torch I-earers who blazed the pathway for civilization through the primeval forebts of the southern part of that great 'dark continent' which has budn the marvel of the ages. No country in all the world contains a nobler race of men and women; the descend ants, too, of ...

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. — 19 April 1900

I'he People's Journal. T C, I9tINSON, Editor. 1- 101 IRY THIURSDAY. Subscription One Dollar a Year Entored at. the Post Oflico at Pickens as jecond..class imat-tr. IllURSDAY, A PtI L 19, 1903. GOOD 11C0ADS. Tho American P0)oplo a-0 getting .nthused on the subject of good .oafds, and logislation along that ino is constantly coming up n nany statos. South Carolina had )ills at the last Sossion of her leg s lature that. indicated an interost n the improvement of the high vays, but nothing very dofinite tppears to have beon accomplished. Igitation of tho in tter will event y result in good an-d tLe mombers if the lhgilaturo are to be con Nra tubld upon the fact tit they Ilve th' suiljoet under con'ii ri .ion1. T1h< v m-w* somes. day -toe C1f .bJportince] of the me asur and d. -0ll i thei pow' to giv,, the re: .. to a 'at: oint and * rufferin;g pub lie. Pich:.s .ni h:3 much to bo proud of iV regard to lr roa.is, ut t'ere i:, rwom 101. imtipr'OV0ielmt. Tho conitl on-: of some riioads 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. — 19 April 1900

The People's Journal. Local and Personal. -Didn't it ruiu Tuesday. -Miss Stolla Nowbery is sori ously ill. -Mrs. J. M. Stewart visited in Greenville Monday. -The war in South Afrion is at a standstill at present. -Road notico of valuable lands for sale in another column. -Eastor was a beautiful day and was hallowed in Pickens. -Preparations for war are being made on both sides by Russia and Japan. -T. L. Robertson and wife, of Cateechoe, are very sick with the grippe. -The first match was made in the Garden of Edon-but it wasn't a parlor match. -Advortisers are requestod to send in their changes for the com ing wook by Friday. -Rumor has it that, a beautiful wedding will tako place in Pickens next Wodnoeday tho 25th inst. -The small grain crops all over the county air vory promising and a good yiOld may be expected. -See new announcomeits of I Samuol D. Calpiian and E. B. Lathom for treasurer this wook. -Born uitto Mr. ind M1rs. W. A. Gresham, of 29 JonIs'OI) avenuo, Atlanta, Ga., o...

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. — 19 April 1900

The People's Journal PICKENS S. C. IIILL ARjP AS AN EDUCATOR AIUT 'ITal IE A1 A N ) NMON i1S. lie 'Tel Ito%% They (;of Their Naneia atil l'hen Msise -om (>tior MLter(vis or Inieres1. t2 iro %22 .'.2 t,~ 1 2 L w C t-22. C 1.2 \\'e ~ ~~ :nwvryw ow th lre camei tI Iv.' tavi a 1w . ThI2e V d y 1,n X,-e It, y the'! i l mhl i lilt lit da ;3V 1 't intC 22y, 22e . ( unt ill I ii':~2 ti22n2 2 .c NanulaavlIans(1 gave ni in hon or 2 2 f thirh goils. the 1I m 3 :ai. nad Wil dW1,n1 n T1 r, e. \\ hlt. r gre t 1. ' 2.l Th r 1 ' i h i o ) of the 2e2''. \ s 1( )o Wild I: Thu di 2rsdiay. I)m-2: t wt itr Ol' int insI il 1222' t. .22 22 . 2 112et ber ar12. t% y iilt -,i the dli p .n y lid 1 1t [ I i Is 16 1)WO ow iti t -C Lt I O iJ e IN wr h 2:: 1.t1, 2L. 2 2.2 - ' 2 i~ w 22 - t ' f ','1 ' a2(22 - f tan now. n i * 1 u2 u a2-1-.x W 2 . to a. peri~alu ..- *t. 1 ('It ou '.in - 2 ir - p2 th' n,2 " : ' co" I'' 22. ~ r fo2.t Wi.ati o h peo li of th .1' 2, on '' 2 unf r conditio. And 12 . Dewiey' j .kin a....

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. — 26 April 1900

.7 HE IEOPLE'S JOURNAL VOL io.---NO. IS. PICKENS S. C., THURSDAY, APRIL 26, 1900. ONE DOLLAR A YEAR. . VALUABLE RE'LICS ti GIVEN THE STATE. ' MOMENTOICS OF MEXICAN WAR. The Palmetto Rtegiment's. Flag and ui hie' Beautiful dackson Vase Are .Al Given by Col. Jaines D. Blantiing t 1'realidelnit of Survivors' Assocla- m ion. .-vi The following lettsr from Col. J. D. A JBianding, the-distinguished Mexican eu war veteran, vptj received by Gov. Mc- cc SNeeney some days ago. It tells of tu gifts of ibcalculable value to be made T to the State and'contains history that ec every South Carolinian Is proud of. 'le Here Is Col. Blianding's letter: To Ilis Excellency, Gov. M. B. Mc- ko Sweeney. ti Dear Sir: In accordance with the JL resolution of the Palmetto R 0giment rc (Mexican war) Survivors' association, 01 as president of the association I have tt the honor of turning over in perpetuo (c to the Statu of South Carolina, through " you as governor, one of the two liags ai carried by the regime...

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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