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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 31 May 1900

Ourilal MAY. ar a Year Oic at Piekouti as 4K-AMAY ;"I, 19M)]. Iip' e- came on timo Tues day, n.- pit.icted, and somo few of hI eh it-eins were a little alarimved, but tho majrity wIere prepare(1 withII th Ir ,;mokei glasses to make 0bri ol. It. was intorosting to hear the local scientists astonish ; n:ii:. s wv i th explanations, talk in., a:lnt (causo and effect, apogee na t 1 *rtgeeCE, etirolla alid pelullll ra1 , :I:d tih other and further niatters aparLaininig to solar eclipses. Picke.; w1s Oitsido of the S d ai t. vyet the observa a m.1and sugg,-stiv .. I .' at the 111mn 1 C" h ' o (c snlu, the shlad I v,,-., wonderful to Ibe - tI he est atrouo . T5 "he suiect was th r 1 nsk d by th seiAn 11 CAI: ,fo' - ', "r Ole ])ur-. i ranco the court h -F.Sactory solutio A i t ni ll parts f NothI Ai 1 r an d I. Al, a, Iuit a 1:'' Ia lwi I I I .. '\I lI:1t 1A II Umt Iy Viiles wside t b l misina, la-p *rr -d ,) 1, 1; M I t t i ' -ilars w are ox t 1 ir 1. W n m1 e, I l -lit Ii pId. 1dto tt r: ...

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. — 31 May 1900

The People's Journal. Local and Porsonal. -W. A. Clark is announced it week for Coroner. -Daniel Durham had the job o shoeing a stelr Monday. --Doc. F. Pace has been ap pointed town marshal here. --W. F. Blassingame, Esq.. Wen1 t Greenville on business Tuesday --E. F. Looper will close his tw< distilleries on Wednesday the 301 instant. .--'iss Lena Mearesof near Sene Ca visited the Misses McDanie last week. -Dr. W. F. Austin will be ii -asloy next Tuisday evening am Wednesday. -Fine-lot of Schraffts caudies ny tize boxes, at BoltA& Thorn iy's drug store. pirni at Roanioke atdurt'hy afte 110011 of last wevIl. -Rv Caleb -m, of A nq' Bonl county, is vlziting 4 A Richoy's this wvek. --...orn untto 'Mr. adMrW Nalley, who live nm-to%, on fl 215th masitait, a s(on. ---Miss Melane. ThIIley is oil visit to relatives zund fridsl Andoson this week. -Mr. 'and Mr.R. J1. Pool, (i Anderson, visited thecir <laugh1ty Mrs. J. L. Bolt thtis week. -The annonncient of A. 1 Mlanly for Superinte...

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. — 31 May 1900

Weinvite youl to4 and boys we.i tr line of Men Our Boys' Kliee Men's Pants froi A coiplete line I'elt and stra 'Thle best 83.50 l.'very S;i ng in l line of 1ulati knowiu to lh We will take pl best stock ol setion, and \ours tilly,~ SMITH & I GFREE "THE tADY OF THE CASKETS" AN ECCl"N I'1l(l MIllIONAlIl. Butrled in a Flif ty Thotasandl Dollar Casket anul a liall,'# Milll MauN0 leum1--11I'er Sreould 1iu1sballd Was a Coachmlian. A correspondeit of the New Yor'k Sun writing from Wilmington, Mass., under date of Nlav Vsth, says : 1 MIrs. lrancis Hiller, widely known as the "Lady of the Casket." died at her home this Imrning, after a sick-I ness lasting all Nintor. She wil be but ied in the Iag iicent $50.0001 casket whicb ihe had carved for her self soie tbrteeCn years ago. a similar one being made at the same time for her lb-st hl'.shand, which now contains his reimn.ins a" the i'rote-stant cveme tery, W ilmingi i ton. 'Th la t,L restin g piace of Mr. iiilh'r will be in a miau soleou...

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. — 7 June 1900

TNHE AEOPLE. S JOAL. VOL io.---NO. 19. - PICKE4NS S. C., TIHURSDAY, JUNE 71go N OLRAYA A UR11AT OCCASION IN LOUISVILLUg, TWCI.jFT'IH CONIEflCtATE IEWUN. ION. The Veterans an(I the Sons and Daughters of th6 Confederacy Make a Greqt Gatheing in (1ti lien tucky--Somo Notable Features Gen. Gordon Itc-elected Coiman dier. Louisville, Kentucky was during week the scene of a great gathering. This time the remnant of the groat Confederate Army, that once invaded Kentucky with hostile intent, went into the homes and hearts of the people with gladness and in peace. The Rounion of the Veterans and the meetlhgs of the Sons of Confederate Veterons and the )aughters of the Confederacy began on Wednesday and ended l-riday. The rain interferred with son of the arrangements. The following Is a condensed account of the proceedings: The reunion was called to order shortly after noon by Major General Poyntz, commanding the Kentucky division, who announced that til exer cises would begin'with the singin...

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. — 7 June 1900

( PeOple's ToUrnlal. T,MC OINSON, Edlitor. 'Ui.,t~I E) fIY T I UPSDAY Su b;c!pt io One 0 )Alar a Year * ' st 0: m V z c ic te1 114 t ~Ij , .io.A'.UT. .Ati "i f ' fIr Ho;o) Iin" . t e'x CoItagiouls D) ''[r litt the U.Oneral a . ' itshall I.- th duty Of un~ I-: -- r herkoweg of th pr : . -: . an infoetious or contagiouB d; !ae with his town shti'-. I(N. 'h l ame t o the Soc. TotmItiv 4r th- r.. ite 1)BeiA (if 'H althl, i 4.'' Vmati.1 with rgird to ... 'i . O<lt e d11easeif thath11 is abl- to- p.- -re_; and anly Town chip) .A'uin or neglect , thi h r nquire men I kilSue sl b- lin o( 1ed not I . i t ! I do'llari nor more t ha: 0' - . v d~lars, ~to be re 'nve.~r~1 --rt l co potelt p~ t 'h daty of Fub r :~ . A"I will open oi I t, Mt in )rang.>burg 1110 Vi *Jd. kt. requireid by -.1 0:r r pledges bw. L a-:o the0 p hav s'..'opposi ituke tin - - Ut.- i 1g trit's I -d w un n fromU ;4. t2 nis - ..t' l-l. , 1.ta an d hlr h r .' '0 11.to dirt Liu bui t ove'no .r - rd(o of . tn) *l I Vus I 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. — 7 June 1900

The People's Journal. Local and Personal. -Cadet L. 0. Mauldin 'f Clem son College was here Sunday. -Porn unto Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mauldin on the 29th ult., a son. -S. U. Marti n, who lives near town, had cotton squatre lest Sat urday. , . . -Miss late Folger of Gaflney is on a visit to relatives here this week. --Children's -Ty will be cele brated at Secona the first Suiiday in July. --There wais a Large crowd in town Saturday shopp'ag, horso trading, etc. -.J. I. Ne~ill', who lives on Rice's C"k had (')t Wofn res -'Lle I::.- c o r geilug ito zie Clerk's o- o ever y da1;y and re ceii 'ng the. ra. -Rtorn :.C 3 r. and ~ja.71 RIOper, V . o lvu.o the s.I,3 t .. IJ .. -An in. of Mr.: d Mrs. J no. Waldrop was bi.:rijedt ; ecoi lBaptist churceh lin-A Wedneschiy, -Wo will buy serop iron until June 20th. Irfing it cn Ior this will be our iA3t r. CY1ig Ib 0s. -F. V, 01 -0 :. "'. I'- Ced by. I his friends ti-- ae as a date for Audoo'. If P-kons (mniy. --Don't ;i, 00 read %he chnuge in McFall's...

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. — 7 June 1900

(o the Pears ol We invite You to aid boys went Our line of lei Our Boys' Kln ce Mlen's P1ams, frol A complete lint' felt, and s1ra The best .50) E-'very 'iing ill hln of Nhitiu knownv to 111 \'e will take pl best stock t svceijln, and11 Yours i ulv. SMITH & ] G REE MRS. ARP VISITING TH iE KIN. THE, FAMILY US Ill-5Jm1A1JW-;D 11ill Says 1 lit Writes That Somei' ol' tl Childlron Aro Sick She Will Ilurry Ilouue. So 11111ny letters come to ile f late asking about 1Th Confederate \ eteran that I am constrain od lt answer tIIIl 1h the press. It is a Imloithly publislanl in Nashville by Captain S. A. Cunning ham. This reminds mne to say that Sani Dlavis is not the only kero of his kind. William M. l'ormby write- ie from Lewisville, Ark., that there isn I it tie Rock the grave iof David U. Todd, who when only eigh teen years of age wts arreBted near there a', a py ani important papers fouid oi hi personi. General Steel was in command of that post and ofored him a pirdon if he would discl...

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. — 14 June 1900

* ---- HE PEOPLE'S JOURNA o- 2O. PICKENS S. C., THURSDIAY 11 . ONE DOLLAR A YEAR . o the Readerlsof We invite you t< 'and boys we: Our linIe of Mt our Holys' Knet Mlenls P'ants fr<C A Conplete liit felt and stri The besit 130 I-'very .;ing til? line( of un11,m knlown to ill We wVill take pll sectiniI, aIdII - - V hII3ursinly,' SMI-TH & I . E slMMIl Pib.I0iUIla) itY BULItmCFs. ____ .~ . A Virginia Ilditor and a l'roimiiieit, Laawyer M1e on I I P 1l41 o.1 Ilonior .Tke I'yenmt WaI ''ragiitilmi Son sationia,.-' - The recbnt deatir of Capt. 'aie. Ne (.arty, the celebrated t iitior ati' dtatl-I Ist, has recalled the Lragic I'lf-au in which hie was one of the prinicipals. and a correspondent tells the story as follows : Captain 'age Mc..Carty w e the last of the famoub Southern duelists. ile - was in May, i873, one of the pri nici pals in an atfair that wa- rolaniLc as well as fatal. He killed John Moruaeeni, a prominent lawyer, and 'was h im-elf terribly wounded. Tio lady who wa...

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. — 14 June 1900

1.:( i tno : St. . ",. y ' ; I' . .. ( ,:-i ' ti. 1' i J .. !(-c (", i -, () " ! : 0 :1 y !:. , ha . :. *.. u \\ii prepo~ :. vhie j 17i it race .or the (AlCT Of* n and IrISpoe t Cto a! r183 Ave;. in Charl ou an- at the . ' I itd ' 1 . .,.t . I " gre . I 9 ' : I e fr ond cn in l 'a...3 In l v A fr n '-Cv: sao 'hat II w bist' a- e;1 - m16:.,. I'I a I. .I. that boy . er 9 t to himself by U h~c ik : --1 1 th - ~3 b~ 1 f~ 1 ~ 5~Z i *ii -yh.v l -h~ -rl *s o .3 O iT'4 - n i t1 -qoi ~;li d.p~~~. r~ i p icl''a firlrp9tol 3. t. t. ,),,I d ur~o prth biio e~1i . t ap. jj1C15II -R gent t3&31iI u ni r''Iiai' - u I 9 s1' i., n . t .l9ti . I j . 4 I the r *pese t' f th.. lan *oite . the dip n or U ~ -* 'V " .inp lav r ahj h he Stau' 1 t.~' * NI . trFI) iVi w.. V. BIGHT, Jiai.Itv Suut. of lEduoation. No instructions inoncoriling the .fl :i.'i* Schiool have hoi )f r&ocuived id in tho a hsonce of such tho. fol. w i iig' fromr lflbt Y'01A1 1i laie of ter'Ost to manly Wishing to at. 1d: To thos;...

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. — 14 June 1900

The People's Journal. Local and Personal. --Miss Annie Priem .of Sunny Da!, visited in Pickens Sunday. --The farmers are putting in good time this beautiful weather, -Miss Nannie Mauldin visited Miss Etta Boggs of Easley this -week, ~-Qptite a large uniber ,are here this week attending the Summer school. -Mrs. AN. R. Price of Suiiiny is spending a few days at 'Squire Prico's. . ---Ex-niuperv isor Hendr!icks, of Table Moluntni in, was here on busi nes Monday. -Mrs. Tlionm Lynch is spend ing this week with relatives at Sundry Dl. -'Liuda Sturikey died at the poor hostie (m the 3d inst, Ste was 42 years of age. ---Marshal Pace has beeni mak ing some of "the boys'' stir about the paat'week or two. -"Nig,'' a very valuable doggie belonging to 1). I1. Finney, died of throat .t roible last week. -:Lttle* Miss Helen Carey, of $eneCa ig visiting littlo Mis Flor ide Unrey-in to.vn this week. -Uncle Torn Price has the fiii'est corn we have seen. 1-ec will have roasting ears In a short. time. -...

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. — 14 June 1900

j)~0 m C).A L. .-.'a -1 ~VVNiNI t-'vein :A 1-am I;r vot;t l'V 1u:-t :itn t i n , i~n t tb w a hurryin 1 ii.-b lA for :1 :> i. 'Fia "'paci ai" for hlie n t da i in the diri:i\ Ii Iii i di anud frein tht lirtit i iirn e I~s th ing it m1'n, ut :1 copy ht l r. 1 rt hoi 1bhyw th r brown i Jt llt I I .. iti iwirt thi a2< l i ix n. 1 lie. Int t.1 \'. j to :1av : iti I - t . t it I 1 1I lito thi n II ii tookt ii bi duas tlwh ni i. i: bu.' n b s wiii aIt n ry t a it Mart J i 1 'Gn. ILI n.' \ \ . Ia't it\tii 'it*-i Iil t. Ii h ! i. fm. n ant xp i i i ting to. ai an N 11. iile nh. ina o an i nr sonc h er n lu e li' .'\\ bs i flig n l a p id thon:-ib it ' If ,2 e h m r o i rar ly i t 2h.in t l hi ten i . uizzial t roug te do r n u o cti. i'\h ldr "Nil thing'si ging to chng-,n about i lnt Iing tha. t little pli c of p opit out Iuthre but' get tin her," the r "Nt noit lt oe~the flit te 'tot shude is yiou.~ tiht thiu~ii-zink"h sai whn apresied mytu iterest i ther spe with2 wich~ heha dicover...

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. — 21 June 1900

H E i PEOPLE'S JOR St io.---NO.1 - . ICKENS S. C. THURSDAY ONE DOLLAR A YEAR * SEEING ISBE .VIU tir prices do ,10t.tel our values.aram. -v itoin of the gois il d116 stirst t test, sell ing fur Cash as we do enables its to lfuer valuc that a eiedit'-honse cainot tioilti. I R you two not trading with a tCash ttpfpo, "begin aiinw." 'Forewarnigt is forearmed. As is "bub etigon' wq Atl offer bargains In in any liles that. wo have not the space to mlelntiol. Can't -Match Them. One lot of Blelts, leather lelts. lUibboln, PuLIeoy Belts, Wilte Kid Bets , worth from * 54 to 150c, to close out we make thle price . 4 -all 25e. - - One lot \'at Laces bonght to sell at :30 md 40c per dozenI. We bought too many so the' are yours at 2:,c the pick. .'Towels and Table Linen.. Y<il, will be amazed at the wonderfi i 'prlces'and viluies we have in this de'parT mrett.' ' . . . - - 2-) dozen' )aniask 'owelo 2x52, value ..42%cc-for 25c.' . -10 dozen Linen I hick Towels 2 x W. value 26c, fos~tA o... - -!...

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. — 21 June 1900

T. C, I)BINSON, FdItor. J iTiLI E0EVERY TH11URSDAY. Subscription One Dollar a Year Enittred at t1:e PosL 011,3e at Pickens as i4ooo I N-ela . 1 te r. T: L DAY X NE' 21, 190'). STAITE CA 'AION AN) VAN 1) 2DATES. Special to The Stato. Oingeburg, Ju'y 14.-"Tb Cdis- v peilary. Thiat is the koynote to v the State Democra' i camlIpaign pre. a piatorv to th) primary election in u August. The chief intei'est Cln ters in th1 candidates for governor, V who rentroseut di.feront phasos of i tho question. Tho first ieeting at Orangeblurg yest'erday Opned rather tamely, t but cganii to get spicy, and it ap pears that tLero will bo quite a deal uf old timo "fmud-slinging" in tbis campaign. Mr. Patterson of Barn well mde Nicious attacks on Mr. McSwooney; Mr. Caper and Mr. cMaian began to warm ip; Air. Prooker and Mr. Dorham k.howed signs of word-scrapping, aind M1aj. I Dlnrnard JBee Evans jui mpld on Ils dist.-int relative, Mlr. W. D. Evans. I% Tle candidates for Sate OfliCts r who are pornitted to...

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. — 21 June 1900

- The-People's JIX 1nal. - Local and Personal. -Dr. W. F., Austin will be in . Liberty 26th and at Central 27th.. - -The family of Joseph- Thonas, who live uear Olements mill have A he.naealts.. -Read anuouncement of T. H. (Doc.) McMalihn for'Cl'i'k 6ft oki. - inthis isue. -' --Berif ut6 1r and Mrs. .J.. M.. Ward1 who liye gie town, on the 170 inst., a soU. --isses Rozella Kay and Grae McDraniol attended the *Aifgign at *3t4en.Sunday. '.' -Col. J. B. Hagood ap1 .apgh Atter, AisM Queen, of. Giarleton,- ;rc hkere for the Summer. , ,..', -rrs' Johu L. Thornley -spent )atv week with' her mother neaf - - Pendletou, .vho is very. ill. ,'Art'" PiOkel, who live near Uiwn hao cotton knee high . gnd .he hwl squares several weeks ago. -Read notice of Young Mien Wanted by the Globe Telegraph *- college of Lexingtori, Ky., in this. imue. - --Berry W. McWhorte'r 'is' o'ut this week as- 'a candidate for the office of .alitar. Read his an -<llioolucent. .--Miss Melaie Thorne.y, after - -a ple)aa...

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. — 21 June 1900

1VOW BENT [CRose00"o: fo 1te v.'iut i nt3t 1 1 j to iT :u gi 't 13 e id t .y thm( i h - I itt mI :ot tI boItt of chailumIl'. ;til S 1 I d71n3 know ow nty' vii hy e f0111141 vi 11 1'"'a1 a 't i t aft..r the typ-writ rl 's call I g1t a I-tti frot him. lI sa, id : llave. thollght abou11t :avsil 1:t , Ill It ,] I - I"\ . ' I ' tlI.1 w , tvcl-v tlay, :i10-, jlkq..1tN I..v t h.' N\ :I told Matlloney' 1id-w- abouwt cl- Il ing . 1r to vi vol I-nrow , I con,-Ihl I h - -,,u v.t I I - T;- : n , i't h t 3. th1 bra in :, 1 1 t. lh . goo. I I a l.3 11 \ 'n w.. 1. 1 r. 1 1 woirth It r. r matn- r till I3 much~~li Iho ha Je te h* . v water~~ Thn[ ali - r t I. freft --- ib: gil - lvI a 1!0 N . 3 1 ~fit .-I.J it t. 1.* f fi . - tf . . a u l\t, -ft .i - ft' n i t~i,.3 ft - I I t1,11i-, ly tr 1 t - - - -. T -: * 1il:ftI3up, Ib13;l ht i -.:,-tfiInt 'AI? - I ' hi J i.'dl ia wril. .. i.h * ' 'in 1 rT'I\ lul ) u g letter i i r rlly pu jd *tral l. n lit 21 ' 3?fl * ii ii a4.i.. 'w- :fi'tIft 1' 11 A --Th CtJ~...

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. — 28 June 1900

__HE _PEOPLE'S jOURNAL VOL o.---N. 22. 1ICKL NS S. C., H'IURSDiAY, JN 28, 1 0. ONi DOLLAR A YEAR o the Reoaders ol' We in'vite you to Ou ine f Mei otr lioys' Knee !Ien's 'xauis 'ro A comliple1t- tltu feIl, nnel sIr; ' ' vit, and5 Sfl1tI I 'lhe b st ';:,.50 1-'.Ivr thIing inl h n ol' in i We will 1ah. pill Ibes[ 4 wt k i1 Set-IiIIll, anid SMITH & I GFREE BILL ARP UPON NFW WORDS. MANY ClANGS IN THIlCSI' )AYS 1lls 111 f1.' a'ouMis (le )|clioniary too 4)1'*14- 'eople are ContIl inually Coln ing Wordls. \When We were-0 ltitle O .3h0o1llh 'yS iL Wts at bi thing to .1ll"iLuaker.' W hen wo ruaseod cruci lix "% wc had vision s of I'xilar.-io 4 anild .1sispell drVS anill when* *%( Ie prog r tSed .to " unl latelligibility " IId "1) u h n - bilit y " W. tholight ther. werg I4) nooreI Words 1.o co(tuer. lkit tilt-tre Were, for awaty on neart) til-, lavi patge Was at cna Iogueo rof IJwbreakers, - such a " - 1h-i-je," which we calledV " isic," and her," (AC. We inlinOCenl up111111)Sd that tlhe...

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. — 28 June 1900

'The People's Journa T.. i ROBINSON, Editor. 1URLISHIED EVERY THURSDAY Subscription'One Dollar a Yeai Entored at the Post Office at Pickens RA secotid-olans matter. THURSDAY, JUNE. 28, 1900. T. ycIhq, &qf Proiperity, - rher2y-eQu~iti was in Picken Motiday find haO 'nounced iri thii 'tsesvt.f 'Twd JbuinimL, tor U0ngress, 3i: haf se1'ved hii- codfhti sveral ternis'ii' the. *i1ature, He ia - weli-id forably. known -to monly pf the Imiblia* jen. Ln Pickens coun, ty, having met them -in the Statq conventions and the legi8lature. Dr. Wyche is making quite ar active canvass -and is confident o: success. He received a very cor dial reception by the citizons oi Pickeps Monday. and noems to bi maiking a good .mpression, .14 15l eb in' rotation in office an( -Wint's'A'fair chane' at the poph on, th; satump. ,14 b. TIlE CHINESE 1U1ZZL. ls t'War witla Clasna, or only with Chil0ese 0Iebelf? The latest authentic news it from Admiral kempfl', who says that a force of Americans and Russians had ...

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. — 28 June 1900

The People's Journal. Local and Personal. -1. A. Hlagood, of Charleston, is he:e. . - -Fine grape, peach and black berry e(ider at Doe-.-F;' Pade's. -Born, unto Mr. and Mrs. Ben M. Cliflin on the 20th inst., a.son. --Dr. W. F. Austin will be in Easley July 0"d and Pickens 4th and 5th. - . A. Morgan, Esq.,.f Grben ville, was here on professional liusi ness Moiday. --Mrs. J. T. Taylor and chil urien are visiting -relatives and friends in Atlanta. -Don't fail to read change ilu *.he advertisement of Folger. & ThorIley in this issue. --Kirk Mauldin, one of Liber ty's jolly fellows, was nn-the street. Tuesday with friends. -Julius E. 'loggs is announced this week as a cand(idate for solici tor for the eighth circuit. --Rev. T. p. Nelson will preaell *' Concord Baptist church the see wc'. S-mhday inl July at 11 a.. in. ---ead Cange in the ad. of A. 'K. Park, f ':reenville, in this is ::e :1 v;!:e:n there call on him. -3:s Red ai Sitton and b)aothe of P'nleliptonII, visited tll L';.%ea...

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. — 28 June 1900

f s o By OLINTON ROSS, [C(opyrlght; 18W, by Ciluton Miss.) Mr. Peale bent lovingly over his fa vorito subject, putting a touch hero, thero, and standing iacic t to tho effuct. hi tho.mihadow uf tlt) rar of th room Dun Juan Mirialles, the unace credited representativo of his Spitnish maljestty, no~dded approJIvalI, yut nnlido thlO very remark of Washington Irving, a generation after, "No artist catches his best look." "No, Ml. Mirialles," satid Mr. Putle. "That madden me. " * "Still, I liko it,'" said tilt don, wag ging his heaId A wisely. "I imiutit, havo liy copy i it hurry." "It's ceoping. pace with tilt original, and, indet'd, iN itlIost anlt origiitl it self. Thero it is aginilist flt' wall, bo hind the scrtin. The'y taret iearly aliko, uru thoy not t" "Yes," said tho don critically. "I can hardly tell tho differeeiwo, I do claro." "Wait unt-il they may be finished," Mr. Pealo interru-Ipted irritably. "But they appiir alniost so n1ow. "Oh, yes, to youl; blut it's l.p list touch ...

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 July 1900

_ T1HE PEOPLE SJORA_ -- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - --- -------- - - - - - - VOL, jo.--- NO. 23. I'll~iN U. R. SIIIJ DAY, *UY5 .Ol OLRAYA (othe Reoaders oF We invito you t and boy..s we Ouir line of, l t )ur BIoys' Knie, Men's l'alts fi A onplete! linl fL't and Al The best :63. 51 l'very ibn ini line of uinii kno'wn to WVe will take I best stock section, amu Y ours 11rulY SMITH & I GREE AlRI' ON THIII RAINS. We Havo too Much litailn anll( too Many Fool", ats soloikon) Said. This i the first bright, genial eunny morning that we have had In three wOOks-for twetiy.ono days It has rained every day save one. The crops are in a bad fix ; the corn and cotton are hidden by grass and weeds, and labor is scarce, for the negroes are wanted in the mines. Most of the wheat has been cut, but how much of it will be saved cannot yet be told. Within my recellection of fifty years I do not recall so much rain in harvest time. According to Scripture, it seems to be the same old story, for Solo...

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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