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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 13 September 1900

The People's Journal T C, 2111NSON, 1 ditor. 'lil WIliD'1) EiViEY TIMItSDAY Subscription One Dollar a Year Enterne at the Post O1ico at Pickens an geco n -t lwa4 mattor. T1111U 11S1 Ay, EP .13, 1903. 1311YAN. No man has fought against groat 0r Odds than William Jennings Bryan, but now ho is tho favorite ot many former enemies for tho plreidency and there is evidently a land sido for him. Grover Clo veland and the most prominent members of his cabinot have do. clared for him in preferenco to McK inIvy. Although they do iot agree with hin 3n the monof quos tion, they can not accept McKin. ky'is views of imperalisin. The country appears to him ultimately to be subject. to inmilitarisl. It is the most critical period in tho iis. tory of this government and men are disregardi ng political ties and taking sides according to their views of the best intorest of the Col) try cra1-:.u:S 1*'nonLE1"31. T ahe wr in China is apparentl: at an (tnd, hut the Empress Dow ulgel, who is not according 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. — 13 September 1900

Pli I ~)1lO$J ournal, L.-cni and Personal. .-1'edl bid~ge Uofice ill thiS i,, Ch ite ue.ol e .t T e dtay for C lemisoni College. Tile i.,icimis IrtiII-hL1 ci1 )a is doitig' a ilice brisi iwss IIow. vi11i', 81)1ll Sunidaty ill Pickens. Pdknsusayady.ie"dny -The! f". riners (Af t li i ste ion a ;. 1 i t i ll'a uuc."l tla l)u (m the SillI a ;)1l. -'\i d. ii I aiv I~ruce k~ tfWil tI I is v, .(.k w if Ii I I e \ c I i sse.i S-yI I II I I (115 Tiw~l'l ( 8 telA\- 1)811 V ii at~\ is 2Ii~ie si\:Igiider o (lica till F ill avi le -S vv-l mi 1. e .l (W' ick H~a~l..\ .1st vvek H ., I (d Ced l.(m th Or.u 44 e. r ot --'ili1 Pix ]Iktf" l i ro:. litiici l~ tfiy aifliug by twiI8d*'a -Theli iber~mty 'jk)vi fshi pf)sigini us)ciatioi1 will melet. Nvith th e Lib-)' eirty Bthpt iti', (h.111 I- hnext sllmny. IV AllIU inv bd t) com w11'~ith son3)Ig' * l V( rV('IS, l(i lwt c, it e St1e Ilk I 1M tei. y it shows. stt hall a ll~I1 1e~lly -S n itr 3.4l3ale I c a 3 (MIle filh-c, i I limm ll (Iit.* ()t Il r.t an(v-...

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. — 13 September 1900

n [MEMMYW FO n BY HOWIAR) FIEL.DING. C'oeyai er .,1-. Ily ('i.i tls W. liii). I. CAlI.I'T'N t.\AAN1'8 has to a very had in nory for ra ies. laasli-. Itv l Iiil it t t i ' r - c oi n phl i n c' c 11 h e thI i Int'o assest h uIplio h t ht'. s lit t i we'~~t~ih sithou reogiti on.!' vs~ u : l tci on a tilie ac o t e r an dl- ill ateip t illi3 S illits Weii t v IvI t wit il .' f S i l N' v 'i . I ti to aofultd t error, hh t ha st ti tt .111,11t! tH lII4ItI\sl ii :te ti I e 'I. 1 ii iilg Ii I, i sh ewa1 s tel il stlte' it 1i-k r cil th hey 10i-o' v.% %\ittih. or 101itli ttisiiii i S1.1 otanges tha \ewer 11xre y ernhar-sss ah fr ali. lii Sit (- l it li'iTe l youn inani'u has ai i ui n.ii t\ic ss ~ .al e itlil' Tv l I i a h il:l i il l gi i I'. wi t p rotll 11 1 t1 hNti 'al rt-1' tily brown uiI , i I h h 1in1e '' ' i wolligd tl lii w I S ioi I'd Ib y sli w as for .an i o nwwha %*Iig td S e a Oiv in T litn, Ilibu t ti' tig e tii " (tin ri endt in t htcitti ill n tii it "' wol'l' ii nou e sp ...

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. — 20 September 1900

/lwH /?-..O~a S f VOL o.--No 111 O'K NS . '41UR DAY Sll 1EMB 'k 0, ToIhoReadeils oIl T We'invite you to Col and boy" wear. Our liine of Mlen's Our Boys' Knee P. Mlln's Panits froimi A complete line of felt and straw The best $:3.50 Shic Every thiig in Un< ilie of it unlaut nde known to the I We will take pleast host stock of g< section, and the Yours truly, BMITH & B] GREEN RUBBER T.IRE We put on the best at S . You are cordially invited to exatn Fine Carriages, j Wagon, Our Prices Are Right. O The Greenville C G. W. SIRRINE, Supt. - - - A BOOM IN SHIRT WAs STs. thi -- thc: Mlanuraoturers are Prepari or1 Int. rep orious Outputs Next Year. 0P New York Tribune. re fa'( A decado ago the shirt whist ws iI practically unknown. Today milliwois )l of dollars are invustod in factories ic which make nothing elseo, and the out- th Put for the last season wats onormunit ga M anufacturers of shirt factory maechin. ery are already receiving big orders for fancy sewing machines, which 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. — 20 September 1900

le Peoples Journal. T. '. II9IIINSON, Editor. U;I.1.81 -1;!) EVERItY 'i'llUI1SIAY. 4bscription One Dollar a Year Kniiered at. tih Post, Unfife at, Pickens as Soa cond-clas matter.I Il UNSDA Y, J., 19011. TIULLt.AXN TALKS. S. ( Colim bia, S. C., Sept. 17.-Son or 'illmani in an interviow says . the prlhibitionfists and anti- 1 i. powrpary people ought to bo siat .lied and givo up1) their fight. If, ] oWever, the prohibitioists should to avo yours1 (ll from now suggct aly aididato as Colonlol Ihoyt ,as isggested, thon he advises Iot nat th d I ispensary advocates tea Old a1 convention an1d nominat1-M 1 '11 man:11 to make tho fight. He 1)01 [ys thki sug:.osting, plan is justifi- th blo a, he was namod that way at hio AMarch coniventionl of 1890.-- the SpecIal to r en ville Nels, arc It is timon' the prohibition ists and ieI it: I i-dispensary people ought to ost ;ive up their fight, bit they will iover di) it.. it. is triuo thoy lost pu1 heir goviernor ard other State ofli- foi ors. but...

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. — 20 September 1900

The People's Journal Loc a and Persona1. -0)Y lax notice this wook. --Di. W. F. Austin will be ij Etns..y ntio Tuie~sdlay evenintg tl Ei Etta Rg. of Easie Niiutpd AMiss Nann11iej Mauldin I towi tlls, we(k. --Mrs. M. I'. Hester hai bee: very ill for several days, but is cont vd'Hin ow. *-C(ald J. . lThorley has brgc cOllfI r.(:d to his roou With L1 ei3 Ar troule for s;everal days. --F(;r Salij-Oue tiix-horse PXOW el Poorei ecginev. Go'"d fix. J :1. Al . .I.1n, Easley, S. C, ---if It-! wr:' prives at a i be :.x e 5u.' otu let ('raig lros Ih'a a c!1uwl at them. t Porti-r, who lives ne11.a, d t ...bto un Io lo(se :l (IVf l (WO.l '(O' it t rij , ( . e, h at. rn G. Ea I a Sv I i I . rpt. I i,! Md it t 11'a nel il J ~7)~t( 1'eve !t tiQ-23d. All ana Cor'd iai I ini~''ted to collia . -- I A . c0 grado -)nin lt e I tA. C i J R,. tI l ; i t net No. 10, A Nt to 1b1. 1). Cabin!, Cbysgl S. Ch Ida ' er' j end or0 it, 01l' olks ii s it Wit~ rIXlr t1)(3 u l inult'aC0i~ (jro. It wvill (jIliehly c 1ro...

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. — 20 September 1900

#A HIGH S S'=7CIE TY " SENSATION BY EVERETT HOLBROOK MY O f 'lAntA W. llonV. The of1100s of The Globe ar, here, there and everywhere In a big build Ing. Alive Phlips, who is supp nsed to be the lrettest gil in the neowspape.r. busiless, has a desk In 40 ol 11. fourth 1loor.. There she sat one( morning writing, abject nonsense for the wonan's page amld vordhifly despising he hf ut hter1 facI" W(WO a sm1il' of Saitlyi11 .4 baitidi'. as it always (oes. wiln sit' is wriin She herselfih-la e it (to bf. r-iluss doietis, the sii" hIli'lif tid 10% 4.'t'rt.1ln poliols upon the faNes of' the that die of thern. "Mr. Bangs wits to se you, .said the little typ.writet' girl I m l It tenth tloor. Morton Bangs was tht 'Ity ed litor', a, fierce creature whoiinhalbite(I 1 re plhtforrn callied levil's isiun, s1t lituated at the wes.-t vind of t~b eotrswom He had once. in-1n an1 a111hthh-f and rath er hand inis ' mni, It te11 ye'ars 41n1 tI! whitfictree-4 of the. car o ugrat driving th. te'aun with o1-...

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. — 27 September 1900

_ HE PEOPLE'S JOURNAL VOL io.---NO. 35. PICKENS S. C., 'IllURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1Q00. ONE DOLLAR A YEAR Tothe Readeils We invite yo anud boys Our line- of Our Boys' 1 Men's Pants A complletc felt and The best $3 EIvery thing line of 1 known t We will tak best to< section, Yours t SMITH & GRE RUBBER TI We put on the best at You are cordially invited t( Fine CarriagE Wago Our Prices Are Right. The Greenvil G. W. SIRRINE,ISupt. STON EWALL JACKSON'S SIJRGE Dr. Hunter McGuire Dies at Ilis na i Richmond- A Rtemarkable 4 reer. Dr. Hunter H. McGu!re, who was t physician of Stonewall Jackson, d on the 20th inst. at his home in RN mond, Va., in the 65th year of his a, He leaves a wife and nine childr and his wife was a daughter of Al ander H. H. Stuart, of Staunton, V who was secretary of the interior der President Fillmore. Dr. McGuire was born at Winchest Va., October Ii, 1835, and was desce ed from royal Irish stock. ils pro slonal studies were begun in the W chester Medical Colleg...

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. — 27 September 1900

e People~ Journal. T ., S, l B N , Editor. c ifA8Ilic') EVi-AZY THIURSDAY. N. scription One Dollar a Year w itored at tho Post Ofice at Pickens as iidl-class matter. TIURISDAY, AX!T. 27. 1900. Wm,. JENNINGS BRIYAN. to Mr. liin Who wil1 in all prob. bi ility be the next President of ir ese United States of America has w ut. in his letter of acceptanlice of p, o nontinaiou and a better letter mn uld not he produced in the Eng. inl rh lanuge. It is a regiet that si uat Jour nal has not space suifficient g< . give it in full to its readers, A fler his int roductory he dives tc ito, without ceremony, the trusts 8t t' the count ry and is not sparing I his condelmna' ion of them. He !en open" wa111 upon co-operations in pol i)ie s adtl is e(ql111 is ppos:GOn to such procedure a pohtical methods. Ile next en- ( M's the dolmiiin of I iterstate Coln. ler'(e anid is severe in his condem ation of the liepublican policy in fusing the legislation, necessary I carl. ;1 1out the hopes rai-ed 9 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. — 27 September 1900

tho People's JouriaL Local and Persohal. -Dr, w. F. Au will be in Liberty Oct. 2v . Contral on tho 3d --mir. visiting bor sistoe .. of Rich land, this -Thero %.oro 22 bales of cotton sold hero last Saturday. Pretty good for a starter. -For Salo--One six-horso pow el Peorluss onginRe. Good fix. JAs. M . ILA i, Easley, S. C. _-The "Big Storo" is, about comu. pleto and wi'l be- re-Ay for the opeling on O(t. 1st. -Mr. Luthor Gnody, of Green Villo, was among is Pickens friends last Tuesday. -Lloyd Grandy left last Tues day ior (reenvillo where he will attend.( F4'urtan thlis witr.' W A N TE !).-Si x gon tlemen board. ors. Can furniish rooms if desired. Reasoiabio rates. Apply at Mrs. J. D). Curtton's. -M4iis Pauline Melanil, who who has been on an oxtonded visit to relativeH in Greenville, returned homlo last Tuesd'ay. -The brick store--ho;'se of J. D. Moore's, Onl "West end," Is 110aring completiou 1(nd will so on be ready to receive thf goods. -I1, you want pr01<S tit will M~ipl.C ~...

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. — 27 September 1900

AWREHNCE, dentr, have you filuishled? May I Comle inl?" The young mnan ait the table Started slightly and laid down h=Is 1)(en, yet hle had not been writing, for thle paper before him wa~s unlltouche1td. A b)right sinille overspread his luatisoine face tsh looked toward the( falir. hekad Scarce seenl through the partly opened door. "Comle In, surely, H~elen, darling. I ishall not write at all." Hit Spoke Inl a full), rich voice, with Just at suspleionl of u brogue. "Of what uise Is It to mnake 3ny memioranda? I'll just speak to the buys Out of miy hleart." The. young wie at Onl at low stool nt her husband's side and leaned her head against Is armn. "You wvere thinking, though, for y-ou tjumlped When I spoke to you. (-o onl 'nlow andl( think1, anid I will1 be still ats at "Yes; I waq thlinking," eChoed the( youn11g mnan serioulsly. He put Is armIl about his wife'sq shoull der, aund there wa-is silence be-tweenl theml for a1 space. It was at great day11 In thle life of Law, renice O'H...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 4 October 1900

STHE PEOPLE'S* ____ VOL io.---NO. 36. PICKENS S. C., THURSDAY, OCTOBBER 4, IgOo. ONE DOLLAR A YEAR o' h Readors of We invite you t and boys we Our line of M Our Boys' Kne Men's Pants fi A complete lini felt and at The best $3.60 Every thing in line of unk known to 1 We will take I best stock section, alt Yours truly SMITH & : GREE RUBBER T.I We put on the best at c You are cordially invited to e Fine Carriages Wagon Our Prices Are Right. The Greenville G. W. SIRRINE, Supt. - - FARM L-ABOR IN TIIE SOUTH. There are some few m1en in the South who, because of the trouble that, the "negro problem" in politics and crime has given them, are ready to declare that they wish the negro well out of the South. Now the fact is that there are good negroes and bad negroes, 1as there are of all other races, and so far as farm labor is concerned those who have all their lives worked the negro in the South, and understand hii, know very well that there is no better farm labor when mtelligetly (lir...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 4 October 1900

.eopie0 JoIurnahi T. . 11911INSON. EdMitor. * 81 I1N EWI'ItY TIIURSDAY. ription One Dollar a Year red at tho Post Office at Pickens as .-ciass matter. TIURSDAY, OCT. 4. 1909. PICK ENS. has been distasteful for the INA]. to write anything about ens, but it nn refrain no fur and, besides, it would be un .ful not to let the outsideworld v what the court. house town is g. It is a great satisfaction to out that other towns in the ity are prospering and coming he front with their increased .ation in property and material ;peets and it is to be hoped that Auditor and able assistants will forget this fiet and when they ad just i ng the ditlicult task of 11g the taxes of this county be that it may Piikens isgrow ,ut 111ot rapid ly!C1lough to fur h hous.'es tor the would-bl iew .ers. The real estate owners - sleepitng upo n their right and .)()Itt nit\; and so me \ ill Siotn re -t the chtan-ces. t h rown aw ay. Il v of politi., h-:, ptassed. at least t wo . ar. nd i isa p)ity. "'1r t a honge-...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 4 October 1900

Local and-Personal. -Jas. M Barr, of Easloy, was in to keo us Moilday. -Maj. Ambler, of Ani)ber, was iii Pickens Monday. -Mrs. J. ). Cureton visitel in GrCenvillo last week. -Mr. E. -J. Prince, of Equality, j as8 amcng his Pickens friends last -Leland Boggs, of Easley, vis ited relatives and friends in Pick ens last wook. -Miss Ada Gillespie, of the Six Mile country, camo in last Monday to mnter tho Graded School at this place. -Rev. J. T. Dendy, of Ker1haw, is visiting his brother, Pro, . F,. Dendy, on (llssy Mountain St. this week. --Niss Sallie McDaniol returned home last Wed ne5.eny from Green vi liO WIe ul IM 11118 i)eell spendoing a short while visiting relatives. -North Caroina cabbage nd apple wNagons, iave beguni to arrivu in P'ic kenS prtty rgl r-1ar. The I fruit NiIICl th-i.y are laIrtketing" is tile iinest wex hye sevSon. .-T'horo ';bf(h ni a 11 man beans markt 11 h:ro tl aI. The ori r te' . i >n i I pr d icn, II is t' ri I I iuIId karilin a, i - ( wali ut -* o r - 11...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 4 October 1900

ISS ACTON stood by the een ter table In the library with a match int her hand. The big room was as dark as a cave. Duo could see absolutely nothing. But yIwhat was it that she heard? Seurely o0mo one was moving soiftly over the hC'v carpet. " 'Do's there?" cried the girl. 6nly ainswer was a sound of scurryluig feet. Iroie one was ri ping toward the door c41iniiitilafltiug With the conservatory. Instantly the knob clicked sharply, but the door did not open because it was locked, as Miss Acton well knew. The girl had an limipulse to scream and another to run away, but her trongest desire was for light. She eared darkness nore than the mys tery that It Id. It reqUired less the than the tick of a Clock for her to turn on the gas in the drop light and strike the utzich abat was ready in her hand. The gas jgnited with explosive suiidenness. All ,that was in the roolu seenemd to lea into being out of the vantishting sha ows. With his back against the conserva tory door and I his outstretch...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 11 October 1900

__ T E . E PLE'S JOUR VOL 1o.---No. 37. PICKENS, S. C., THURSDAY, OCTOBBER ', 1900. ONE DOLLAR A YEAR LottiRaders of We invite you t and boys we Our line of M( Our Boys' lKne Men's Pants fr A complete lini felt and sti The best 83.60 Every thing in line of unla known to t We will take p best stock ( section, and Yours truly SMITH & ] 0 GREE RUBBER T1E We put on the best at c You are cordially invited to e Fine Carriages Wagon Our Prices Are Right. The Greenville G. W. SIRRINE, Supt. - SYSTIEMATIC INDUSTRY. ''Well, it's no use of working ones self to denth to get a little money,'' was a remark heard a fev weeks ago from a strong, muscular young num who for several years had been piretending to farm, but who spent a greater portion of his time with his hounds and was the leader ill setting up all tle barni dances in the neighborhood. Such a young man vill never make a farmer. His stock will go unfed; his liehls will be broken ill upon by roving stock; his hurelings will ipend two-...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 11 October 1900

The People's JouAI . T. C. ROBINSON. Editor. FU11LISHNDA EVERY THlURSDAY. Subscription One Dollar a Year nitortl at the Post Otice at Pickens as secondl-class matter. IllURSDAY, (C'T 1900o. TOO 3Il'CH LAND. Most farmers in this and other count is have too much land unless it was better and could better stand the burdens that are yearly in creasing ipon it. Land is a good thing to own for the purposeof tax ation. there is no doditing of the auditor and his board. The recent rise in the price of co:ton is likely to stimulate the price of inti ani it -will be a good lime to s(. A man who owns and tI0s to (0rtrol more land than he n.,11.-Y van properly Inan1 i2-2e A ling. b'Usirlezs. It - y :'wuldi-eS of SrA InUall y, but - bututh. C H NES PUZZL.: T N:- :hat tre dark and - 01ai the heathen but he does 1.: *ev lin11 ic-e ill the re t -e .t~s I s1 0ve him1. se~~A iIe o he world. . BX~ - ts t the best of the :- ief~ir~iitig iut are '1'.t In t lit' t rillsaction aa, vx-e a1s ies of punish. ...

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. — 11 October 1900

The People's Journal. Local and Personal. -Court Convelles one week foim next Monday. -Cotton is suro enough "King"' this season. . -Pikons is COMING and, don't You ur * 1 * !* I -Mr. Ilarrison, of Crosswell, was here this week on busines. --J. P. Carey, Esqj., moveirk) 11iso tnd elegant law oflice "bi That's what Pickens had last Mon day afternoon. ---Miss Nettie Siis, C (. ville, is visiting, relatives tu frier.ds in P~ickens. -The Pickenls cont ing.,ent ko'h Twelve M ile Association at (he hee, left Wednesday. --Ileathl, Brumc, Mforrow C havo comlple~tod their warolan -I and it is now being used. -Marion Hunt, of tho nstno!, trido, was seen oil the stroeets of our busy little burg last Monday. -Miss Gortrudo Hagood haq re turned to her homo in Ealeynftvr a m1ost pleasan.t yisit to Ainde.r s. on..' -Prof. MeD. WeAmes, of..Cn 4trl, was in Pickens MoIaV ni1l pail us a pleasant and substali al call. -Mr. and Mrs. Wml.- Gresa. -of Atlanta, are visitnis t 111th !a r parenlts in Pickens...

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. — 11 October 1900

5100 VAN ZJ,2W A TOYAT, JeY. THEi ISTORY OF HICER EXPLOII'8 sInring theO 0ivil War 81 Aide1 thC. FederalS-AtOr the War Graunt Gavo Ifer an Ample ROward. Miss Elizabeth Van Low, who died recently in Richmond, Va., was the daughter of John Van Low, a New Yorker, of Dutchidescent, who married Elizabeth Baker, a daughter of ilillary Baker, mayor of Philadelphia, who died in the yellow fever epidemic of 1798. Her father, as a hardware mor chant in the aLto-bellum firm of \'an Low & Taylor, prospered, after locat ing in Richmond. His family was re ceivo- in polite society, and the witI and beauty of his oldest daughter charmed the young gallants of the Virginia capital, so that Elizabeth, of Puritan descent, became a belle even in the cavalier society. But she never married. In the light of after events, it might not be disbolieved that some romance or disappointmorst in earlier years embittered her. For when the civil war commenced she took a pronounced stand against the South, and t...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 18 October 1900

r THE PEOPLE'S JOURNAL _ VOL io.---N() 38. PICKENS, S. C., THURSDAY, OCTOBBER '8, 900. ONE DOLLAR A YEAR To theReaders 01 Ve iniviie you aind boys v Oilr jlne of, : ()url Bioys' KI Aleni's Pants A complete 1i felt andi The be-st 31i lite of, tllu knlownl to We will take -- best stoek section) ait Your's (ll' SMITH & GRE RUBBER TI] We pit on the best at You are cordially invited to Fine Carriage Wagor Our Prices Are Right. bt The Greenvilli G. W. SIRRINE, Supt. - - Till lNOS ON THlE- FAR. I!or. of The P'rogressive Farmer. The tendencies ot modef in il vet i ion areT tOwardts ilclrIaSing the city an11d il craigthe cuty ppulat-ion. T many young men are induced to joi tile army 01 ConsuilImers id leavt th ranks of producers. TheIT re ult f noticeable whertver we have har fillies and money is tcls. iThn ther are thtousands out01 of eiploynii-tti ant fihniilies are cotpeiled .o live inl pavel ty. This is anl iinlicationi that there i something ratically wrong wilh th iethiodI fi agric...

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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