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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 9 August 1894

THURBDAY, AUGUST 9, 1894. LOCAL PARAGRAPHS. Miss Cornelia Lewis is visitinE friends and relatives in Pickens. One Bureau $5.00, reduced to $3. 93, B. L. Susman & Bro., Gus Hargraves, killed a Imad dog near town las week. One Bedstead $2.50, reduced tc $1.87. B. L. Susmon & Bro., B. A Hagood, Esq., is up for the Summer. Julian W. Bruce, of Anderson, is spending a few days in Pickens. A protracted meeting has been commenced at Bethlehem, Rev. G R. Shaffer is conducting it. Work had been commenced or the public well, but the progress if slow. One Sato $3.50, reduced to $1.75: B. L. Susman & Bro., 115 Main St., Greenville, S. C. 0. T. Jones, of Farr's, was in town Saturday and imade a pleas ant call on the JOURNAL. Messrs. Coggswell & Moffett, of .Charleston are visiting the Ha .goods. Bix Chairs, rattan bottoin $4,00, reduced to $2.94. B. L. Susmuan & Bro., The Excusion to Ashoville last week was well represented by Pickons. Joe. E. Kinch is again in Pick ens, and a...

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. — 9 August 1894

y W. F. BRIGrr, EITOR. The S1unnor school at the Sou1lh Caroi1a college opened Iitl ninlet.y students, and more expected. Thirty-seven (87) of the students are men and fifty-three are wo 'n. Young mni and women would do well to read the offer of Ftur man University, publishled in this colum, and then consider how easy to make sixty dollars in one day by beating all other ap plicfttions on the 24th day of Au gust. Don't. forget. the day and date. Vineland school in number 16, is in charge of Miss Jennie Rose mond of Anderson. Tle) visit was made the second day of the school, the enrollment was good con.sidor ing the rains. The house is good, and ill good 0nditiont as far is completed. More desks aind seittIs are likely to be needed. The w'a ter used is good but the spring is subject to overiow, can it not be remledied? Croswe11 school waZS not in, ses Iont wlieI visit(d on account 41 the iiless of the t aeaher, I r. Perry, but. a pep inl at ti will dows disclosed abouit. a down new 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. — 16 August 1894

71 . 7 __THE PEOPLE' S_ ____1 _I L S J1OUR AL. 1R A;; 01. 4,--i~1(KlNS, S. C., THURSDAY AUG~UST 16, 189k.N.3 R. ROBEIT KIIKS1Y, Physiolan and Surgeon, Ollice at Ji residenco Mai StreotE. March 8,t 1894. H. 0. BoWEN. L. E. CiuILnDirss. OWEN & CIIILDRESS, Attor neys at Law Oct. 5. 1893. DRt. J. W. NORWOOD, Dentist. Dr. W. M. N(awoon, Assistant. 01ile, 88 Main Street, Greenville, S. C. Jan. 9,'92 y D R. J. P. CARLISE, Dentist Gron ville, s. C. Olifco over Addison & McGee's Drug Store. DR. BYERS PRACTICAL AND SCIENTIFIC F-20 years experience. Graduate from lirst Schools-under patronage of highest Medi cal authority, itiakes and properlty adjusts any style Spectacles. OWice over Dr. Ad dison's Drug Store, Greenville, S. C. June 28, 1894. J. S. COTHRAN, Gf. t. AFLL., Greenville, S C. T. P. COTuRAN, C. L. HoLLINOSWOlRTI, Pickens, S. C., Have associated theimselves together for the practice of law lit its various braniches, an1d will give careful atteitioln to all blisi, .ness under...

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. — 16 August 1894

THE PEOPLE' JORNAL. T. C. ROBINSON, EDITo. PUBLISHED EVERY THURDAY. Subscription One Dollar a Year Eitered tit 1ost Otlice at Pickens as ecaond.class matter. - - IllEFOlY CONVITION. The Pickens Reform Convention met inl the court, house Monday, it 10, o'clock, a. m. T. 0. Robin soil called the convention, 1111d was elected temporary chairman of the Convention, and John T. Boggs was elected temporary Sec retary. Oil motion the chair ap pointed W. T. Bowen, A. W. Fol ger and W. A. Hamilton a com mittee on credentials and thu 8ame1V commllliittee was authorized by the convention to tabulatte tilt vote for Governor and Lieutenani Governor. The committee report ed thirty-eight delegates presoni and four absent. The tem. porary organization was-made per manhelint, and W. T. Bowen wa elected Vice President. The Secretary was elect(Il to te also as treasti er. The commit e1 reported the vote to he or Gov ormr as I'olows i lerhu-, 220 Ia.... 1 . . , en. lo-i ee4 .AL. 3)1 rit 1 11 i10 *l1tt. ...

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. — 16 August 1894

THURSDAY, AUGUST LOCAL PARAGRAPHS. John Smith is building a new dwelling on his farm near town. abb Bros. has the contract. The infant child of M. F. Hes ter died Monday evening last. It was five days old. One Bureau $5.00, reduced to $8. 98, B. L. Susman & Bro., Miss Alma, Smith, of Brushey Creek, is visiting Miss. Stella New bery. One, Jedstead $2.50, reduced to $1.87. B. L. Susmen & Bro., Miss. May Mitchel, of Brewer ton, Laurens County, is visiting Miss Stella Newberry. One Safe $8.50, reduced to $1.75, B. L. Susman & Bro., 115 Main St., Greenville, S. C. A protracted nioeting began at Concord, Sunday. Rev. J. T. Sin. gleton will conduct it. Six Chairs, rattan bottoin- $4,00, reduced to $2.94. B. L. Suanian & Bro., Warren Lovett, of Sanderville, Ga., is visiting his neice, Mrs. J. P. Carey. One Mattrass $2.50, reduced to $1.72. B. L. Susman & Bro., Mr. and Mrs. Reese Fant, of An. derson, are visiting Mrs. John L. Thornley, sister to Mr. Fant. One Rocking Chai...

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. — 16 August 1894

W. W. F. IIIIHT, ETn1OR. in almost overy school district lite trusteos havo lent a 1elping 11h( to the toacher, showing tho interest they tako in making the a sutccess. If all the trus tees in the County 111.0 taking as much jiterest inl the welfare of thoso ill their clirgo as those on the lower side of the county, and will keep it wve wvill bo proud of our Sehlools. il numy places the teachors re port that. Ohe patrons aro sufficient ly intrested ill the volfare of the little onW's to Come and see whilt is being done for tliem-eion they leave they offer any service to the teach'er that they can perform. ii appy 11111t 1)' the lot of the teachb.er who falls into such hiaids, there are many littlo things that would make the -'chiool bettor if we would o1nly do them. 'Ile 'next school visited was Ru hainalh with Mrs. Lily Rives as prinicipil, assisted by Mr. Rivtes The house ler is n'w but not yet fin1ishod. The largest music chlIss So ftar., Was (<1111 her' henu wioring si , ws 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. — 23 August 1894

4/ IPI TE E EOPLE S 0I4 Vol. 4. PICKENS, S. C. THURSDAY AUGUST 23 1894. D If, B)BERT KIRKSE eon Physician and Sureon, Officeat his realdenco Main Streer. March 8! 1894 H. 0. BowBN. 1. E. C1ILDRESs. BOWEN.& CHILDRESS, Attorneys at Law Oct. 5, 1893. DR. J. W. NORWOOD, Dentist. Dr. W. M. NGRWOOD, Assistant. Oflice, 88k Main Street, Greenville, S. C. Jan. 0, '92 y R I. J. P. CARLISLE, Denti, Gre-m ville, S. C. Ollice over.iAddison& McGee's Drug Store. DReYERM PRACTICAL AND SCIENTIFIC rI20 years experience. Graduate from first Scloos-under piatronage of highest Medi al authority, makes and properly adjusts any'style Spectacles. Oilce over Ir. Ad (ison's Drug Store, Greenville, S. C. June 28, 1894. J. S! COTHRAN, G. 0. 'Ar ICILL, Greenville, S. C. M. F4. AN8XL, T. P. COTnRAN,) C. L. HOLLINa8wORTH, PickeIns, S. C., Have associated themselves together for the practice of law in its various braniches, and will give careful attention to all busi, ness undertaken by thoi. Loans and dis...

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. — 23 August 1894

0 A THE PEE'8 JOURNAL T. 0. ROBINSON, Ennon. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. Subscription One Dollar a Year EIorOet at tle post Office at Pickens a econd-CIas8 uattbr. We surrenler our space this week to the report of the Convention, be lieving it would be of more interest to our readers just at this time. OPPOSED TO A FULL TICKET. Senate of the Reforni Convention Yeitevday. Delegates Do W1hat They Came For. John Gary Erans Nomi-natecd for Governor and W. H. Timmeirmin for Lieutenaitt Govern or-The Al liance Demands Unanimously En dorsed- Speeches from Erane, ernnan, and Ellerbe. Er dy in Lore for the Komincc a Regular Lorc 'cast All ,. tnd. COMBnA, S. c. August, 17th. It was ft m10o(el convention lwhich mnet. yesterday at noon iii the hal I flie House of Represeittatives. ".,,ifyling to the mers throughout v that the col v'l ... lonious and that. before the husiless was filishled there was a1 reguliar1 love fEas1t of tA wN 1.ne(y were heaitenl, will fall1 into liie and Senator Eviins wil...

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. — 23 August 1894

lbe *eople's Jeuo -~ TIHURIDAY, AUGUST 28, 3 LOCAL PARAGRAPK J. F. Wells is putting th ing. touch on C. -E. Robins office, on Main street. One Bureaiu $5,00, redu. 98, B. L. Susman & Bro., Enoch Mitchel and family, of Brewerton, Laurens county, are visiting relatives and friends in the county. One Bedstead $2.50, reduced to $1.87. B. L. Susnen & Bro., Dr. W. F. Austin was in town Monday, and put his card in the JOURNAL. Road it, if you want a job in dentistry. One Sate $8.50, reduced to $1.75, B. L. Susman & Bro., 115 Main St., Greenville, S. C. H. J. Lewis killed a rattle-snake at his home in Eastotoe Township last week, which *as four foot long. Six Chairs, rattan bottom- $4,00, reduced to $2.94. B. L. Susman & Bro., The U n i t e d States Court at Greenville, adjourned last Satur day. Judge Brawley dispatched business at a 'Nancy Hanks' speed. One Mattrass $2.50, reduced to $1.72. B. L. Susman & Bro., Robert and Silas Kirksey, sons of W. S. Kirksey, brought an...

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. — 23 August 1894

W. W. F. ? RgH'l\ Enrron. .Ao Univer 'Publishing Coin pany of Now ork, who publisl Iolmos' Now Readers, Hansoll' Historios, and Maury's Googra phios,. havo given notice to th SchooL Comnussioner that they have sent supplios of their publi' cations to J. B. Newbory, at Pick ons; J. T. Boggs, Liberty; T. C. Spencor, Briggs, and M. J. Bright, 1Ay'nard ; also, that they will on. deavor to got somo one to handle at E1asley and Contral. According to the contract, the books are to )o sold and exchangod at the following prico: Ilistorivs: Russell's School His tory, Exchange Price, 30c., Retail, 60C. Russol's Higher History, Ex change prico, 50c., Rotail, $1.00. Hiolmes' New First Roador, 8 to 15 conts. Hiolnies' Now Second Reador, 13 to 25 Cents. Holmes' Now Third Reader, 20 to 40 cents. llolmes' Notw Fourtl Roador, 25 to 50 conts. Holmes' Now Fifth Rloader, 36 to 72. Mauiry's h-mentary Geography, 28 to 55. Iaury's Manuel of Geography, S. C. edition. Maury's Physical Gography, 6 to $1.20. 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. — 30 August 1894

IPE" paX O, 'Vol. THE PEOPLE'2S.HUSDA JOURNALT S"3 Physician and Surgeon, Off1co it hk residonen Matin StreM March 8, 1894. 11. 0. BowuN. L. E. CIHLDnRIs. flOWEN & C11IL)RESS, Attorneys at Law, Oct. 5. 1893. DR. J. W. NORWOOD, Dentist, Dr. W. M. Nonwoon, Assistant. O1ilco, 88 Main Street, Greenvillo, 1. C. jan. 9, '92 y R. J. P. CARLISLE, Dentist Gro Y111e, S. 0. Office over Adison & McGee's Drug Store. . PRACTICAL AND SCIENTIFIC P 20 years experiencf. Graduate f)rom first sehoolm-unler patronage of highest Mei cal authority, makes nill properly adjtsts any style Spectacles. Oflice over Dr. Ad dison's Drug Store, Grifenville, S. C. June 28, 1894. J. S. COTIHRAN, ' . . LLs, Greenville, 0. M. F. ANSEL, e T. P. CoTHRAN, 0. L. IoLLIsoswvoRT, Pickins, S. C., Have associated themselves together for the pritetice of law in its various branches, and will give careful attention to all busi, ne.s uilertaken by them. Loans and discount s negotiated. May 1, 1894. Fllrfi.I Uliversityl GR...

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. — 30 August 1894

NALI EVERY THURs.AY. on One Dollar a Year i.\Vuhdrafws Iroma the Xri mau~ries. ator Butler has withdrawn '.%cos for the Senato from h tho Domocratic primaries baud his' friends aro going ko tho fight in the Novdmbor on. aoral Butlor's determination mnunced in the following tologram, to D. H. Tomp Secretary of the Stato Doino 3 Executive Committoo, and , yostorday about noon: ,Vashington, D. 0,, Aug. 2-7... horoby withdraw the paper I with you on the 16th or 17th uno, announcing my candi ")7TTER." iou's old Clevelnd and bney Is, old, old, stylo out of date, down at the heal me two's aocrat ts, cry out after the flesh ; Egypt, that, had already ben [ear thleir run11, nmorail ly, social p1olitically anid finianicially. ask why? follow ]m-1 and See. ) no01rsd soctial e(uaity, to extenlt of 4hlvilig whit 1111d ied ellild.len sit o Il tle salile ,'rLcit t samle lessons, inl S1m1 clll sses ai t thu sam: ol to the "allie teneho[r, he he0 t 11. 'ni t ' ii t 'ul ii ii> e ii r:iitiiilI .W 1...

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. — 30 August 1894

71fnRa8DAY, AUGUST 30, 1894. LOCAL PARAGRAPHS. Prof. J. M. Looper was in town, Sattrday. Mqrs. J. Boatwright a nd children are visitinig.friends and relatives. Mis s Nellie Miller, of Greenville, visited Miss Essie Earle this week. Mr. Charles Johnson, of Charles. ton, visited the Gradies last week. Prof. O'Hanlon has gone to Georgia, to join his family. Mks. John S. Ashmorq is vis iting- friends and relatives in Piokens. The cheapest line of Coffins and Caskets in the State. B. L. Susman & Bro., D. F, Sowells and family, of Greenville county, are visiting friends in Pickens. Misses Hughes, of Walkoraville, Greenville county, are visiting Miss Olile Kennemur, near Easley. One Kitchen Table 6x3 reduced from $8.50 to $1.75. B. L. Susman & Bro., John D. Harris and family are visiting the family of T. D. Har ris. Mrs. W. S. Ligon, of Anderson is visiting Mrs. MoD Bruce this week. John W. Grady's and Zade Cox, of Washington, are visiting their parents this week. One Trunk $4.75, ...

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. — 30 August 1894

Y W. W. F. BRIGHT, EDITOR. BLANKS FOR TRUSTEN.-AnnfuIal Reports have boon sent out to the Chairman of Bdard. They are re quested to make out and send to the School Commissioneid0 offico by the 15th of September. We hope they will give what in formatian they can .on -tho blank for private schools that have been taught in the bounds of their dis trict. The trustees of Bethlehem have moved their house to the center, a little off tho main road in a shady grove. When completed it will be an excellent one. We found Miss Mary Allgood here with a full school, well cared for. At Roanoko, number 21,we found S. W. O'Doll with a good enroll ment. There wore neither maps, charts, nor globes, but more black board than at any place yet visit od. .Tho house, a new one, is 20x 36, firo-placo and stove, and the trustees havo threatened to coil it aftor the presont closos. Tho Mica school is taught by Miss Lou. M. Philpot. This is her first public school and we believe sho has not missed her calling. ...

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. — 6 September 1894

THE PE OPLJES JORAs ol. 4,, SEIIMBER , A. I URD s EPTMBE NO89WN -"Physician and Surgeon, OlIit~j it Jib- imiiult*o~u, Mw ii St i~'(. NItu di 8,' ~i) I ~0~VEN & ('lIlIl)lH'~S, Attorneys at Law Oct. 5, 1893. NOItWOOI), Dentist. 1)i. ill) WMN Main Sti~'ct, (.Irucnvillv, S. U. Dentist (Jre'n. II.. P.UAliLlSI;1; OVCI Addis~ti & MeClec's 1)rig Stoic. DR. W. F. AUSTIN, X~iati~?, Will b itt stilt iltit. .~it I '~~t ii iiiil 1'ickeiui tiso Jid. ~ xii s~iscIt lawit It. Asxgu'4 2'rd IWt~ P)u~ UvEitfr~ PRACTICAL AND SCIENTIFIC 2() years r. (. t~i.Iu;ti. Cr ia ii SCliOOI$--tI iidsr j.;si is ox:tg.~ I i~I ist .I Ii lilly Hivie Stteetacls.-. (flit.. out I 4. A, I ititioii'tt t)rug Slur., ( r.uu viii., S. ( (I. (~. 'i\'x~t.a.x, L (irc.~iiviI 1. $ C. NI. 1". ANsI';I. I iou xviII give tiiiittI tttitttiiituti lii till Iutiti, 1itt~S ittiti iii tiktii I .v I hem. GOING! GOiNG! ~'lsA lift) iltt$il'g situ suit slit itt hut ~t Ntiv ~itili iut~t , ill stider itt ileVutti! wlutule I hits itt itig is...

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. — 6 September 1894

31NH0N, EDrroR. EVERY THURSDAY. One Dollar a Year Post Office at Pickens a ter. Morris will speak at irch noxt Thursday, II, at 11, a. m. Latimer is also ex -horo. Lot ovorybody hear the great issues scussed. *LER CONFERENCE. BE AN INDEPENDENT A LONG AND EARNEST -TEi DRIFT OF OPIN ENTLY IN FAVOR OF A HARD FiranT-SENA :R MAKES A SPRECH NS THE. FATE OF WHICH 7N. 3gistor. )r not to put out an in ,ickot and to call a ition was the subjec it kind of a discussio mifernce of the But ast night. Tho con hold in tho dimie o hotel Joroio am thirty or forty mor pose( to roprosont v r of the counties ol storday tho old famili >mo of thos who adII SA downfall of omaiaiiltO(d, hungry a0 facos of thoso inteij : tho Stato for thom. Butlor headed the lisl ,sent. From Edgofiel( Carwilo, W. R. lar ,o B. Lako, and sovora 'xt in importanco won tornoy W. Perry Mur nuo Collector Townes lHector A. 11. Jonkins llo; Raliding Depity L, ock, of Nowborry; Thom .rd, of Fairfield ;Mayor d C. S. Not-fes, of ir D...

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. — 6 September 1894

THURBDAY, 1E3T. 6, 1894. LOCAL PAiGRAPHS. Directore of Journal. The Director* of the PnorL's JoUuaiuL hereby called to meet at Pickens on Tpe. day, the 18th instant, at 10 o'clock a. na. By order of the president. JouN T. Boaa, secretary Miss Sallie Holder is visiting relatives and friends at Central. Claude H. Alexander returned home last Saturday from an ex tended trip to the mountains. Mr. Gassaway and Miss Roches ter, of Central, were in town Mon day. Mr. Pierre, a U. S. Post Office Inspector, was in town the first of the week. Miss Lena Bowen has just clos ed a very flourishing school at Six Mile. The cheapest line of Coffins and Caskets in the State. B. L. Susman & Bro., Trial Justices will please call on the Clerk of court and get Vol. I, Revised Statutes of South Caroli na. J. M. STEWART, 0. C. P. One Kitchen Table x8 reduced from $8.50 to $1.75. B. L. Susman & Bro., J. P. Outi, the U. S. Deputy Col. lector, was in town collecting reve neu on playingpcards the tax is...

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. — 6 September 1894

W. W. F. mIOuun, w w ED . 18 your teacher giving sniisfat oI, if SO, why not 811100ien110 Ad continuo the school uniitil yol '- copllod(I t. have your chil 1' 11help i 1 110 f(olds to gatho le crops. Ant. now is (he to t( tko arragllol uiits for 1 private iooI I l Xt y(u but, fow tell(li01 1*0* %01 11gp" You IlilYnot10 11( ills( the oil volt watit. if you nit a1 littloe %, 10 longer. You 'lid iot, * xpet ri rIectiOn in, tih( ""iow, I'llit gt 11 host, You Caull id thel) 14) S ist 11 Wi ti your ! y . ii- tp!Your it elle( 111 10 i Vlt i t 11 r' l lt it. H IllOtIllh r, tn hn elhildr i- 11 1.r4) t-t broul.11 111) dert he sill t 'it i1lull evlc s. Th10 cher. b, ong huan slialel to 11 hli, -A(telligt, 1,) llin o it 1h0 h Its. )oIl Caln assist. gren(|t by g1ivillg iiinI your r li tb oughts ol Ille :n1e t and governing of chil IN.a him11 a liber'al salarv D t 15-il'.Ill", h) p11001111s0 and dv WVhi 's lmnts of Peda pal v re's Idpettlre( s oll '1 ,Olip)IIV~ iy e CtS llistr Ol big' gyI eI ih.l...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 13 September 1894

HE PEOPLE'S OURNAL. 7 PICKENS, S. C,, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1894. No. 35. D R.ROBRT KlRKSlj Phytlqeinan en Offlee;at his residenceMain Stre . March 8 1894. H. 0. BOWRN. L. B. CHILDas BOWEN oc CHILD11ESS, Attor neys at Oct.-5, 1898. DR. J. W. NORWOOD, Dentist, Dr W. M. Non9WOOD, Assistant. Office, 88 Main Street, Greenville, 8. 0. Jan. 9,1'92'y DR.J. P. CArLIBLE, Dentist, Green. ville. S. 0. OdIce' over Addis1on & McGee's Drug Store. DR. W. F. AUSTIN, Der3.tillt, SENEOA, S.,0. Will'be at Central the 2nd. week and a Pickens the 3rd. week in each month. August 23rd. 1891 DR. BYERS PRACTICAL AND SCIENTIFIC 20 years experience. Graduate from first ;schools-under patronage of highest Medi. cal authority, makes and properly adjusts any style Spectacles. Office over Dr. Ad. dison's Dru Store, Greenville, S. C. June 28,1894. J. 8. COTEnAN, G. G. AS, Greenville, S6 C. T. P. CoTHRAN ,J 0. L. HOLLINGUWORTH, Pickens, s. C., Have associated themselves together fol the practice of law in its...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 13 September 1894

THE PEOPLE'S JOURNAL. T. C. ROBINWX1% Em n. piOLISEID EVERY 'fRURDA8Y. Subscription one Dollar a Year :En atere at the Post Ofice at Pickens a coond-class matter. jDE gOCATC CONVENTION. The State Democratic conven tion will meet in Columbia on'the 19th instant and the welfare of the party is at stake. Upon the wisdom of that body depends white supremacy in South Caroli na. Some of the extreme parti sans of the anti faction are at tempting to wreck the Denocratic party and ovorthrow white supre macy in the proud State of South Carolina. Upon them will rest the responsibility of calling the negro back into politics, with all of its dangers and evils. The del egates to the State convention should rise above all personal pro ferences and look to the true in terest of the whole State, giving the advocates of the independent moving no grounds of just com plaint, upon which to go beforu the people. The constitution of the Damocrat ic party should be changed, so as to provide for a direct p...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
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