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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 26 April 1900

~The .0 -'.O~l 'T. C. wm)INSON, Editor. ru;Nmi: I 'V!-:ftY TI!UnDAT. Y Subscrip n (One DoIlar a Year 1w'fai. i tt the Po',.~ r:~ . it Pi~enas a - . . cs . Ib In the !ast :ue of T1i: Jous1%.uL j the editor asked pa:-do- i saying anything abouAt pol I'', d (cntii es t'.ask !he mc . bt R patrons t;;ihy out .' polities. S x he 3'itor my have talkod for vh err- It f i' , i A t his i nterest, : ( prov ip! v 0 c vo tl1m h . r e h f:nn~ 01 3a c " -.a w a :ight. Th:at &. 1N t.. '.a to e. ha. wo his~ ad- P 1 :h. h . tio pain prui ru r Mo.W.. 1. so~ irac A I as a qei a the ~~ - 2f,~ go> itzn ar' . h hametd of th Stat - n~. ifOranco anid ini a to h0ld pss :i - a , . . . *'.. 3* - '. 3 i 1 u, .aui' butj .e af t -~) ..U - 1 t n; of the 1 I~a fl . N11 t' , '' .I *1... 0 W nt --nC I r *'ab . -* -~r a a..:. '.3. r'0h * - I~u. o'u t., :' >rtain a:-pell ury I .. is - . - t . p t a t I. the s" ~ tI t aOd 1 dhet of ItoP the -o.M..\t~wy t i th.-lai int p rc av tnf h er a- '.* th a3a 1 or') ' t ...

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. — 26 April 1900

The People's Journal. Local and Personal. -COl. J. E. liagood, of Charles- U) ton is here, * --Mrs. Flora Lathoin visitod in e Anderson this week. D1)on't fail to road tho no'V lin h1 nouboments this week. . -Ice cold drinks at the drug. storo of Bolt, & Thornloy.u --Dr. W, F. Austin.will be in a Pickens May 1st, 2d and 8d. " -Capt. J. T. Taylor went to Atlanta on businoss last woek. -Born unto. Mr. and Mrs. Ar- 1) thur Massingale on the 28d int, a d girl. V --T. S. Harrison and wife, (fi Anderson, visited at-Dr. Bolt's this wook. -Rov. R. 1. Dagnall will preach at Tabor chureh -oxt 'Sunday at El 11 o'clock. 11 -The many friends of WA. W. w Krider were glad to see him here , this week. -Miss Eva IBloleomb11o, Uf )aeus- g ville, is viniting Mis'3 Sadie Richey this wook. --Mrs. D. D. Pyars, of Ricos, has a been very sick for the past week u with the gipipe . 0 -Born unto Mr. and Mrs. Thos. l Fieeman, of near town, oi -tho 22d T inst., a fino boy. t -- L. Bolt, of Wnc, Andor son co...

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. — 26 April 1900

The People's Journal. PICKENS S. C. TIE' BEST IS STILL AIIEAD. II spite of what has been accomplish edl inl Southern dCvlopmOnt and of the magnificent record now being imade, the MAanufactu rrs' Record, in a broad survey of the situation takes the grounid that tle best is still ahead. It ays: "The South is endowed as is no other country in the world with ma terials upon which to found the great est variety of idustries, and with con ditions which favor. industries of the highest class. Coal as representing cheap power and iron as representing cheap machinery, whether it be in wheels in a mill or a loconitive on the Irails over which tle locomotive hauls trais, are the great fundaien tals of modern energy applied to the creation of wealth. Nowhere else in the world can good coal be mined or iron or steel be made at so low a cost as in the SoNuthern States. This has been demonstrated. Tihe coal lies in the earth so accessible that, a third of tle( work necessary in England Will briing...

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. — 3 May 1900

HE PEOPLE'S JR VOL.C ONE DOLLAR A YEAR a x a&9 V1.14UOXARK HANNA[ SILVER QU ESTION C AN NOT 1Ig r Tie Trusts and Imperialisi Have Been Injected Into The Campaign -Bryan is Against the EInapire Forever. Hon. Win. J. Bryan delivered an open air speech tq 3,000 persons at Wichita, Kansas, a few days ago, and he was the guest of honor at a ba(I uet. In the course of his banquct speech Mr. Bryan said : " The public wonders why I have not dropped the silver question. Now measures are resting upon us, but I sball never drop the silver question until the little coterie of lEnglish finan clers cease to meet in secret and plan the laws of this country. "The difference between this cam paign and that of '96 iq that the matters of trusts and imperialism have been injected and that the lM't st has become educated on the silver question. The i'lAst no longer regards l'opulists as anarchists, but has come to respect them." R.eferring to the Boer war he said " I measure men's opinions by 'tbeir...

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. — 3 May 1900

'The .People's Journal. T1. 0. 119BINON, Editor. I'UBLISHl ED) EVERY TIURSDAY. Subscription One Dollar a Year Entered at the Post Olco at Pickons as aocond-class4 matter. TIHURSDAY, MAY :1, 190). The Democratic Club. The Pickons Democratic Club met last Saturday ii the court houso and was called to order by Dr. J. D. Curoton. On motion Dr. Curoton was olocted president and C. E. Robinson, secretary. G. W. Dorr was elected a member of the County executive committee. - The following dolegatos were elected to the County convention : J L Loo. per, W L Jenkins, J H1 G McDan iel, J E Cox, L R Durham, W I Bowen, J 11 Grady, .1 T Young blood, J T Langston, J J Lowis J E Boggs, Irvin Miller, 'Milos All. good, C E Robinson, J H1 Konne Inur, M W Newton, C L Curoton T C Robinson, S A Hunt and ) I Pace. The following resolition waf adoptod: Reolved by the Pielcom Democratic club that, the Count. Democratic convention, of thie County, which will meet on tho 7th of May, 1900, bo req uested to adop...

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. — 3 May 1900

The People's Journal, Local aid Porsoial. --Candidatos aie 00Co1ni)g Out. Read them. -Tho Pickens High school will closo Friday. -Ice cold drinks at the drug storo of Bolt & ThQruioy. -Miss Marie'Folgor'Visited rOla. tives at Edsly Jasvk'. --Born unto Mr.~and Mrs, .. - yel-ey on 2Mh uIt, a^giil1, -T. W: Hill, of Maynatd, warp hero among friends last wooei- . -Gieon Elis Wont to. (4(6o. villo, Ga., on a visit th 1Nh nlit. -J. MeD. Bruce has purchased a nico phaeton with' rib)er tires. S-See the advertisoinout 1-H. C. Markley, of Greeuville, in this is. su0. -Sce ooll day). Of coure y.i wi: ret" --Miss Lila 2:tiof' Fiold, iQ Visitilng relativos 1In Groonv'il ti week. --Dr. W. F. An:tiu will bo :in - 4 EIasley next Tuueay evuwnmg ntud - ~Wednesday. -Loster B'go , 5n of ellno Boggs, of Liberty., is sEritosly ill with fever. -W. H. AHh n has boen 1verv sick for sorne im, but lA a& t be ount again. halla, s visiting at . C. Alexan der's this week. --Advort i (. IrS A g i e hIi d 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. — 3 May 1900

The People's Journa PICKENS S. C IMPRESSIONS OF DIXIE". A Norlihern Newspapor Man Writ About Th10 Sunny South. Mr. Edward A. Hunt, a Now Yor newspaper man, who has been spoor ing the past few months in Bamber county for his health, has been mal tag a study of Southern customs an life. This being his first visit, to Sout Carolina, naturally ho is impresse with the dillference between Northor and Southern Customs and ideas. R . cently he wrote a letter to the Trr ton, N. J., Sunday Advertiser, fror which are made the following o. tracts: 1 But a word as to the charoctorih tics of the people wbo have made th Sunny South. The writer does no propose to take any class for an e ample, neither would it be fair t readers to speak only of residents of certain State or locality. Of cours the people inl rural districts differ vetr materiaily froil those living in citie or towns, but no matter whore one goe in this land of sunshino, lie is con pelled to acknowledge the feeling o luterest aind ki...

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. — 10 May 1900

HE PEOPLE'S JOURNAL o NO 1ICKENS S. C-, TIRSI)Y \ 00 ONE DOLLAR A YEAR Wv iniVite you I anlbovs wV( Our linle of INI Our Ioys' Knt Men's 'iants fi A complete lin felt 'Ind st Th'le beust :3.'5( line of' uit1 known tot We will take oul0's (.tll(L SM ITH & : G REE 80M IM94IiISSONS 0 .i IHCNT WA tS. The Use of Moduern Weapons ItH levolutioniedL De'ensive War rare. Columbia State. Sir William l acormae, the dis tAingAshed British surgeon who has been a volunteer in South African ho-s. pitals for several nlintlhs, announces on information which he considers un Impeachable that the Boer losses in tlhe battle pf. Culenso were but 30, of whon live only were killed. The British losses were 1,1.')0. This i-s an impresilve revelation of the defensive power of entrenched troops armed with modern riles; for it is agreed that the Boort successes have becu due to their weli-aimed Mausers rather tban to their cannon. Contrary to the stater'.ant of the INaglishman Whose .letLser to a Columbian 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. — 10 May 1900

Siisciiptuoii C)D2 )()al' a cu there ai1IpcH', -,N .'ryvv lll of pnea i iti h a r n'. v. 'Ifi is wa s thetri.n t'U te s t!,e fO' th AM' Ana~~~'~ c ''v, 7e .., 1 onl a cax1%t Fo T1 i. w. F. IRT, (t Canty !uIut. of Education .0 - ~ Sh.L1superint''ndent hasi re d th' truste's frtm making anyro.-t orthe sch-wob ill fthe'r Of1"ex0ept to return the Trus -s' RHoords to county superin ndeit at. tL nd ou the selho J :n, Jul, 3 itih. The coun y si perivt ;.nd nt will make out tle :i 1::ni1ci:aI report. But, we w ntt, the aChecr'e Registe , the old and the f , ti s eI s - t e:.iUr to maliU4 a com h1eo. T h I t ' N tro lit vI - "11 T r , t h v . d I that the fotego1 - t o t I e, a utc h e 1 o fi:'t. eF (J j II m V. 141 1 ts of tnp a ( it ! Il i 0, U 1')"0' cupils, was V ofr Maro-A t a t1 f -- u s~pe'titnden li j~ i'u~ l14 t e-1415 1~ied b. 11 i t 1 4, T1t t ''1 Un b . ' Tru 1 e al . e n. ., i iu le r. re i~d fom plls Vthree ry s rp, d1i'ia-, o C 2 an at t pa, . eh rtt d for pur A h'Il [)r It ~ ...

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. — 10 May 1900

The People's Journal, Looal and Personal. .--Tho fariners need rain now. t -3. C. O'Dell, of Rome, (a., was I here Monday. -Miss Kate Hester is visiting 0 at Fort Hill this weok. L -Dr. W. F. Austtin will be ini Central the 15th and 10th. -W. C. G.aines, of Norris, wNa v here on busiios lIst wook. -Fino lot of fresh candies at. Bolt & Thornley's drug store, -L. G. Jones, of Polzer, was oi a t visit to friends hero last week. y -Easley, Liberty and Central 0 was well reprosented lre Monday. -Not one, but moro than one candidato, was shaking handS iM town Monday. -Dr. R. F. Smith and famil y, o U Easloy, visited relatives and friond. t, inl town last week. --Mr. and MIrsn. A. John Poggs, of Fort 1Hill, visited retlatives and 1 friends iII tow n this wC!k. -AVe woro ver gly(d to see ThPs. Griflin, of Fied, oil th! stroetr last wook, after liij ri-cot illness. -A largo audinoico Iistened to R Mino sormon at Becoii liidly, d-I Ilverod by the pastor, Rev. J. B. Fostor. -Only one tract...

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. — 10 May 1900

MEMORIAI (Dr WILLIAM M'NiILL Late Assistant Surgeon Died in London, F BY [ROBERT F kli Mrnt Nlaimr of Orr's Rit-est. A. N. \ Williain MuNcill Whistler, M. I)., died it h o line in tie city of London, England, F1ebruary 27th, 1900, froi in tluenz:, :at the age oft sixty-three Years lie had been in, declining liealth for ina in onths, but his death was sudden, uniie xpected 11ad painless. )r. Whistler wias of ancient and hon rable lineage, tracing his descent fromI I EnAiglish. fan ly of eelebrity in the tif teenth century. It the reign of Charles, the second, 1)r. baniel Whistler was president of' the Ioyal College of I'hys (inns. One branch of the fatily 'Vent I from Enliglan to Ireland and I)r. Wil i liaiii McNeill Whistler came frion this V branch. Hli, PInudfather. Nlai. John11 Whist leir, cane to Anerica and iought r thIirough lie Rev'oluti nia', NII' w iar unfer I (George \\'ahing t. n, for who he 11n ed c k sen, George Wa:-hingto n Whistler, the i 1l ther of teit' tlceaised, w...

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. — 17 May 1900

r"HE Evk-OPLE'SJORA VOL lo.- . 1 PICKENS S. C., THURSDAY, MAY 17, LL A 10o0 t Readeils old We in'vite You I and boys W< Our line of N our Boys' Kic Men's Pantsm fi A complete lin felt and st The bes.M.5 Every hn line of 1unhl knowna to We will take best stock 4ection, atl Yours trul1 SMITH & GREI FACTS ABOUT AN ECLIPSE. A Giit1MAT ASTRONOMIUAb leV lENT. Tatal Solar Fullpse Visible iii tle tJ,,I~edI States May 28--Time Sin Will Look Like a Hurning (andle. New York Commercial Advertisar. On May 28 of the present year we shall have an oppoitunity to see an uncooi mon astronomical occurrence. The sun will be totally eclipsed, and the event will be visible In parts of the United States. Occasionally, as we know, the moon panes between us and thu sun, eutting, otf the latter's light completely. This we call a solar collipe. Luna ecllpses, on the other hand, are caused by the moon's reaching such a position that the earth is directly between it ain the sun. The moon has no inherent ...

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. — 17 May 1900

1anteren fit ti,h rSt 0111co at nVCkensB a8 secondl&(ass matter. TI I t:S DAY, M.\Y 17, 190). 'ho General Assembly at its last sessiol passed a new disponl sary law and tho old system was entirely revolutionized, but thei most interesting change afiects the Stato and county profits. It ap pears in a short proviso and reads thus: Provided, further, That li. (Ilors Sold to the county dispensa rios shall be sold at a profit of not over 10 por cent. of the cost to the State. The State board is figuring at this proviso and overybody is patiently Waiting and watching for for their construct ion of it : it is to b- hoped that it will not be re lerred to the Attornay Goienl's oflice. Under one vi-w of the law, thiero will I1l l't h1 tle liange as to profits, but. uilule- a not her view that some very abl mon hol there will be a conisiderable ebantre tha at -will very seriously ni et Pickens COu -ty. T1u. JoURNAL Oditor des not think that thle (b ange in the Jaw will AtILt Pickens c oity...

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. — 17 May 1900

The People's Journal. Local and Personal. -Mr. and Mrs. T- J. Ligon of Bunny Dale are very il. -Waltpr H. Griffin of Green Ville spont last E'unday in town. --P. Eugono Aloxandor has pur chased a nico rubber tiro buggy. --Mrs. John L. Thornley visited relatives in Auderson last week. ';.-T. M. Dallas of Spartanburg, was in Pickens Monday on busi ness. --B. A. Morgan, E0sq., of Green Ville, was here on profossional busi ese last week. -If we could got a nico slowei of rain now the crops would be greatly benefitted. - -P, J. Rowloy, representing Gower & Speights of Groenville, was here on business last week. -Dr. W. F. Austin will be in Easley Tuesday evening and Wed Desday and at Liberty the 24th. --M. C. Wincliestcr is announ ced as a candidate for tho office o County Commissioner this week. -Master Walter White, of An derson, is on a visit to his grand parents, Mr. and Mrs. John L. Thornley. -Read the change in the ad. of A. M. Morris this week. Ite offers bargains to you and w...

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. — 17 May 1900

The People's Journal PICKENS S.C. 4d'V1INM ItNT ICXPIINili I ltliA W. Jaspor Ttier ENposit-4 te itek less Fx(travaganC Wit hl' Whlti II PiopIgs'c Monley lis Volt'i ior Sal ariew. 'The Washington correspondent, of the News and Cou ier itays that Co-il gressm11an Talbertilm tpeeh ,wh'1,1ib et delivered a few dalys ago, ks occaishni ing ia vreatt dtial of favorbb' onvint am1one hi., ;o.!gu i ho 110m --o. The o be:in I n -!oi taml itI of cthe. whole on tlet t-utv of tih UU1i1omn, aInd h1a Viu11g uimit r tilertint) 1i1 making ipor opition i k the serv of the poStti fli e.ui departmeti for the Ii teal year endcingl .11u1n 30, inI, Me. Tal bert made t spet ch against rainkl- Ing - arles of the postellico employvee .nAl thus- increasing taxe. 1io, said in prt: " In consideringi. the appropr kith-, 'Ill for, the supporIt of the coLti e e-tic partment, however Iarce it inay b' . we iluit aidulit that it i moore g i.ne I'i <n its applientioln tihal i l 'ithci wc I [: ic h have been made yin...

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. — 24 May 1900

TCE P.PLSAY MALL VOL~~~~~~2| 1900.NO 1NE DOLLAR A. YEARIRDANJA 21 THIS DEMOCRATIC STATE CONVENTION. HAItMONIOUS WITH ON IC EXCEP1( TION. ieio Platform intlorses Bryan :and the Chicago Platformr-Condiemis McKinley's Imperialistic Policy and ICxpIressCs synmatialy Ifor the Boors. The Democratic State convention met in the hall of the House of ltpre sentatives at 12 in. Wednesday, May 16th, and with a single exception there waS naught to disturb party unity and good feeling between lately opposing factions. The resolution offered by Mr. Gentry, of Spartanburg, which on dorsed the course of Hon. 13. It. Till man in the United States Senate was vigorously opposed by ]ron. laaurens W. Youmans, of Larnwell, who made an attack upon the record of Mr. Till nian in and out of the united States Senate. Mr. Youmans' speech was carefully prepared and cited numier ous utterances of Senator Tillman to show that lie was Inconsistent as a Daemocrat and hence unworthy of the proposed endorsement. M r....

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. — 24 May 1900

SPeople's Journal. t, c '. It)INSON, Editor. .I O IVE-:lY Til1LTSDA~jY. Si:uription One Dollar a Year an1. , -t thei l'ost Onico at Pickous as ,Menmatter. TilA .-,lAY, AAY 24, 190). 'I 1:v (-State ll ard of Liquor Di rCtr.'i , it is repr Ited, has passod a 1.ral order' requiring all (listil Jeries to obFerve the law, al)pprOved the 21t Fchruary 1898, concerning tI: locatiten of distillerio.3 within two m ih- of any church or public Ieh. 01. Tihr; his beei considerali con m ng distillers and their (,pp.j ent n* to tl.o law, 80 1 I: .Ym1a1.I. Will give a brief absiract of the net. There shall firat be thad! :rom tho State Board a p.-runt or lic-nse to man ufacture r~ ..i'l. Next, no such permit l -:ranted to man ufac tu re vr ::-j- "1within two miles of any hoi -h or puIlic school. The act i al.4 l n v te ln es of a inajoi.i tv (: tL nehiold irs rsidont in the t ni n)1 1 a petitioll for the par I-nit anl 10o Wanraits tho seiZuve --te rd t f the. permit, is vIo 13t1.1 "prVI !i urh-,Tha...

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. — 24 May 1900

The People's Journal. Local And Personal. --Read new candidates in this Issue. Y -Call and see "Pard" at the drug store. -See notice of Winthrop college I in another column. --Born unto Mr. and Mrs. John Vaughn on 21st inst., a girl. -B. K. Thorulcy went to New herry on business this week. -Born unto Mr. and Mrs. J, E. Kinch on the 19th inst., a boy. -Dr. W. F. Austin will be in Pickens May 29th, 30th and 31st. -Kalamazoo Celery and Sarsa parilla Compound at Bolt & Thorn ley's. -Alfred Taylor of Taylor's Sta tion. is on a visit to his son, Capt. Taylor, this week. -J. R. Earle, Esq., former edi tor of the Oconee iNews, was here on business Monday. -W. H. lester, proprietor ol the Walhalla hotel, was in town) Tuesday with old friendis. --An enjoyable tack(ey party was given at iho resilence of 1dr. Ernest Folger's Friday evening. -Capt. A. Ulytle and Maj. Whitner Synnnes of (Greenville, were here on professional blusinless Tuesday. -Correspondents milust send in their communicati...

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. — 24 May 1900

W' invilte Vou tv Mil i ls WEA .)u Ane oi .\t If i lt ;i .str: L uo il t ill 111ki,AI 1Lii best tock SMITH & I GFLEE VEST'S IULOGY OF IILAND imnt Satesm~anI n lt A.. lFrientl. \ e o f .M o .. :. A labore.r, Ilion. 1, i Atk CELAsed!, cann0 hi .. A propI'ahte tol1.dI t L 'Wk; It is 1:-trutV e! - %V I'' '1 t: hite- I N -I iart.h w:. r'a - ce r taIi . I vb 'A ] c t1 !'ta t t' Htl . ag ati I At ion t r ' -lit A.'. oi c It k.1 0 r it ' toda t w 1v ve P!n I it werettA Al .l friend fr- - V.' II t exag ratI earne:'.' L s n'utl :' pr u titC(LIA .at \ Ai kinny~A frA becam.: st d y SLeep'f at L: po of . h imet hA hadt- stu . Wad rol' Ai - luountan tendet.r. IAe A' t b'A' I) n \\'en i Pt r ad Jarn~ 1 ALro,utz t A.oAA '.tad 'iI'verA wemt. e A A' f the tot uu.LAL tion atal that L. A.- thad no'. Ill!ot tio strike dA n AA .r ( the Preciu Ad t au- in orderA. ~t) ine. I - the purA.A.m i, nev.e!i'' A.'A.A ''Li'' ' more.l gid a..n 'Ave lU e Irt. A. cheth tiAn] \vaI b'usineLA-. Ib: wa A ,.:- A for 1a...

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. — 31 May 1900

_ THE PEOPLE'S JOURNAL VOL o.---N0. 18. PICKENS S. C., TlU RSDAY, MAY 1, . ONE DOLLAR A YE R N THE PROHIBITION CONFltRIUNC1-,. IISU'1il; MADEC IN THC PRItMARY.' Candidates Were Suggestel 'or Gov ernor anl Iteitenant Govos-nor---A Vigorous Address to I Ito Poople anti a Straight Platform-n. Tie State Prohibition conference wab held on tibe 21rd inst. in the ha!l of the House of l0presentatives at Columbia. Twenty-live cointies were retpresented, and the conference went about its work in tan earnest, biusiness like manner, while the discussions were interesting and the results har In oniolls. The conference was called to order by Mr. A. C. Jones, of New berry, chair man of the State exccutive: comnitt in the last campiign, and Mlr. T. N. lierry, of Darlington, was usmnnimously chosen for temporary clhstrman of tie meeting. IRev. I auther I N G waltney, of lIgetield, wars asked to lead in prayer, and made a fervent petition that all may bo delivered from tile slavery of appotite. le in...

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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