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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 27 December 1900

wiatver it may av% thoy kniow how; 'F try to maikc riff. c and happier for thoso to M their lives are naturall er A?-Juhn Whito Chadwick e .lturry and worry are physic: 1 sinls.-Nvomall't, Tr'ibune. .d The(- great anrd unslOfish only L should be teachcrs.-Il bert Hub t ti hard. Sunishin11o in the insido of one i4 L even 1110re imjort fill t than sunshine n without. -Carlylo. c Do not bo ashaimed to acknlow. ledge mistake.--iateher I.e ashImE n1-A, t 3.-Youth's1 lustinletor. The easieit, %%ils Ihapiest way to "got rid'' of a duly).-, to perform it.-Forward.'I As far as possile tho teacher f4 houlId neu(JUla int. hors-I8 lf With the holo lifo of, the chil1drenl.--aah Arnold. We should linvar frgEt a Fervic done by ot hrs, an(d nvevr r1n n.111 her one don li omtMelves.-AnoIh Maloe thhe focll i11 clltor of of intelieltual and fsocial life fo)r the conunnitiy.-The Chibil-St udy When -we W . out of ymiatly with the yonll, 11han 1 thankh OUR woi k in the world is over.-Georg, McDonald. .E1...

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 December 1900

'Locati u. Personal. WVheat is up and looking vroll. -Santa Claus has come and g no. -Born unto Mr- and Mrs h Goorgo.Griffin Dec. 17-a daugh. ter, d -Clmoinsi Colleges will opon January the 3rd, 1901. -Capt. I. M. Mauldin, went to.e Greenville last Saturday onl profes- 1 sionil business. c -Christmas is over and soeic of the boys have thu worst of it. --A happy Now Year to the L readers ol tho Journal. I -For drugs and toilet articios go to Bolt & Thornloy. c -Prof. rnd M rs. W. E. Dendv 4 ment. to Gro nvillo, last Saturday ' onl at visit. -S % cral hundred dollars to 1 lcan on real Ostato for clients. Ap ply W. F. Blassi nigamo, Atty. 211 -Atti -us Dag alI camo l.o o e las, Fa (Irdaiy 41o spend Christmas \ With his paronits. k -Mr. Leo Gillespio who ias clo ed a f on ishing schuol at Palis tilne, is 110w ii) h0omu1o. I --.J. K. Latwii of the O t'irn Fide of th1o Cnmo over to thll Hll)h Satulrda-y hun1:ting S'antO chiur, -Rev. A. W. Aaway of Wi. V his t:iltan 1 frien,.ids ha~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. — 27 December 1900

GRaR xconn. ANNVAL RPOIIT OF PItHSIDENT, I -h4 Attendanoe Larger Than Ever Jhofre--The Spes1d1t Work in the New Textile Doyiirtment, The annual report of President Hartsom of Clemson College, was the first of thei annual reports to reach the superintendent of education this year. The report is exh'ustive and makes a fine showing for the institution. The extracts given will be of interest to the people of South Carolina. It is the eleventh annual report, embracing the period from July 1, 1899 to July 1, 1sg0. The report shows that from Septem ber, 1899, to June 1900. there were en rolled 401 students, 105 being sopho mores, and 141 freshmen. Here are the extracts : " Though not properly a part of this report we should state for the infor mation of the public that since Sept. 1900, 509 applicants have reported to the president .to matriculate. Some of these failed- to enter the classes that they applied for and returned home. The actual attendance now is 476. This enrollment I larger ...

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 January 1901

OTHE PEOPLE'SJOURNA OL PICKENS. S. C., THURSDAY, JANUARY 10:. LY BIIL ARP AND HIS CHILDRIS: He Has a Good Time Watehin the Grandchildren Play Wit Their Toys. ThiIt Christmas is like "longtheie sweetness long drawn out" at or house, for the boys have gathere from the four corners aind brough their love and their rations with then, Now York brought a huge box of de corations for the Christmas tree. . was beautiful beyond description Dolls of silk and satin and paper, a covered with glittering spangles-littLi angels with pearly wings suspended1 b, threads of invisible rubber, golde harpq and hearts and wreaths of SpIul glass in rainbow colors-scores of littl waxen candls to illuminate the scene Oh, it was like a fairy vision, an every limb and twig of the stately lont leaf piuc was burdened with Christ mas gifts for old and young. Ther were twenty-four of the family present and it took half the night to untie am unfold the surpiises, for all were re membored over and over again by oh S...

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 January 1901

L > 1J NE I Tiisor . - ~ M~" 'IIURSJ)AY. >L piion Oe Dollar a Year kt th Pot (.1Oice at Pickens as epat.ar 1). \Y , . A N. 10, 190I. * e m that vaus il real rls I al I Picker.s counIIty aro holding up w".1; inl lat oille sect ions Shlow a coil (:llit jvIIdIl inlel-ase. This is imdI:tion of two conldi tion-: a fnai rl v . 'tn rous Supply Of '!1(i!0V ill (lIt0 i u ) alld a Strut Jli lllels) in (I10 Pol uhitionpeoplo, Inlako a good em~~atr we find Ihev. C 11h11 : III , it 'i , iln), d dn tInch *. . I I lclI t r :1. C 'I-i 1 at I i n t n - hl hl I' it ''' h i, ''I - I Ii = . I -In i b -~i~ I 3, b; ii Iih 1 1 Cli - 1 nlt' i 11 '' I ch11 ill th\el' - . li bri u .ht t(: - I ICce- ! uihat t(-. he h vt d a hund(1red orI enI . yIs ago ! \\lheU wVlIt ik <n th1is rilu \tJ t~ 'i' Ca' j Ens been it? Wa the wefl , p ofI the . .-tiani robig. ~O11 '. igi~andl mnfus. t10i' nIrt and1( sci - , *' ~ ini'to t ho heart, of year1'n Hg andi~ deOsito to gdon) and expandI wit It CQ. possibility prose...

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 January 1901

Local andi Porvoonal. * -Iowd Notice to Penslie1Qr. Pi go to Bolt & tlhotley. -Seo nalieci of cluntgo in mdvor jrr. %ir ." , i 11 F" a I olXt Tl3(s(liay 1(AVUt3n -1). tio. siwlriarol or vitinpktti. Jow3 wats 114"r(. onl busll.S~3 Tluus (Illy. -Il):). )M'. F. AnIIol wis ill Pick. OtI 01 I 1lij lV..3 thei fir 01' of lt -Ni ~. N I).J,o. c:;no 11ind sCon rot tiri o'o to t',.iI' hoino tit G tedce -Rle. . l. Ftr iy.hi Illuroy 1 m to'l P.Il q il tiel t C IA -Mrs Dou o\ (1 crt-'h 1I,'( vil 1) -~ o~o l (Iy Ye o. v.ilfi '.. v ~ Ili.o yi arly tow h(,w tis t 12i ' .h 1 fl d i --' vxla~ -.-'----l~r ~ti ~ k -oa .I ':c tIi 11)~' c ' . jug in w. I '.D c'lia x i ig goil~m fully Iillyul dto o1 ti" t o t~ I l'til y ; it I u t dl'l, re c. in ill11( ,1 ! (itso d, b irlill " (gi '401101) g Coo flee 'lll pSOvilld 'kal "hisuk Setlmc.)e10m(lo.i ,4111il tho (;ctit l of 'l L-r 1(. 1 a~h Rev. ), E . F- ii. a~)~~llu~ 111 )h~tt Illi ill). the Met mid 1)r dl W t l& it 0 1 1t1 ' IVt Co Spent til o1.i * ~ ~...

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 January 1901

i Edlitor. Y0 T ll ' ok 0~1. Interested ,he children Made inquiry d I nanagcir as for the clhild"kin I ~"I>~Ilinmutunities. s tle result of his inl a t o ill.i his annual report -l pw .)No Ti[C M1111, 01niRI CN. phepomienal developiueit cotton ,m)ill Interest --in 'T h UaCarolina now leads all the ,rn81tes and is second only to in thle Union--has given .4beforewe fully realize it a very con gfiderable population of mill operatives whyse peculiar conditions and needs are uccessarily Ii tie known and appre elated by the majority of our people, ac cistomed to the traditional thought of South Carolina as a purely agricultural State. The figures of the Unitetl Stitt es ceiisus, not yet available, will doubtless al'ord material for an Inst, uctive study of the relative illiteracy of persona4 in and out-of the mills and the relative school opporttianties of their children It Is withiu the prov-ince of the State Sti perintendent of Education to investigate this, as.*ell as all other phas...

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 January 1901

THE PEOPLE'S JOURNAL VOL 'o.-NO. 1. PICKENS. S. C., THURSDAY, JANUARY 17: 190'. ONE DOLLAR A YEAR GOVERNORI Reviewing tk in the Industrial Progres: Advanc Gentlemen of the General Assembly: I It is gratifying to tme to welcome 1 you as the representatives of the peo. kle under such favorable conditionB. on come as the flret, Legislature to assenble in South Carolina in the new century. The Nineteenth centnry has been one of marked progress and de- I velopment in all the arts and sciences, and it contains lessens which we may learn with profit to ourselves and which may be of use to us in legislating for the future. Those who constituted the first Legislature one hundred years ago little dreamed of the advance in all lines of industry and of the discov cries and inventions which have signal ized the century just passed into his tory. We cannot realize or even con ceive the advances that will be madeI during this century upon which we are entering. There seems to he almost no lititit ...

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 January 1901

rUnL11IlMD EVEitY THiURSDAY. Subscription One Dollar a Year Rntered at the Post Oice at Pickens as secourt-cav mattor. TilUl14DlAY, JAN. 17. 1901. $ovales Carolinsa inter-State and 'West Indian Exposithon. The dilligent efforts of those ii) clitgo of the exposition to be held in Charleston deserve succese. It is an enterprise that embraces the whole country and is designed to advertise especially southern in. dustries and advantages. It will )resent an opportunity by which the Piedmont section may show the peculiar conditions that obtain obtain here and should not be passed over without a determined, united action. A memorial ad drossed to the legislature asks an appropriation of $50,000 for the oxpress purpose of properly adver tising tho stato's resourcos. It seoms that this is a reasonable pro. position, and should receive the sanctio) of that body. Statistics aro prosented from the rosults of other expositionis which show an enormous increase in tax. le'l vailles in the stato wh...

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 January 1901

Local and Personal. -For furniture, see McFall. -Fine cigars at Mrs. Cureton's -Nice Mince Meat at Mrs. Cure tOn '8, - :'ead notice to debtors ai. Liberty wai .t .. ---a ad crackern at Mrs. Curetou's. -Ten poui.ds of cof'oo for one dollar at Mrs. Curoton's. h -For drugs and toilet article go to Bolt & Thornley. ---Dr. W. F. Austin will be inj Pickene January 22d and 23d. -Mr. J. C. Stribling, residing near Pendloton was here Tuesday -Mi*s May Robinson has as sumed charge of at school at Oole. boy. --Mr. J. M. Jameson of the Eas. ley section was here on business Monday. -Read W. T. McFall's adver. tisement and when in town call to see him. -Mrs. Thomas Trotter of Table Moun ta in is clitically ill with Consumption. -Thos. L. Robertson of the Six Nile section was in Pckens on business Moaday. -Mrs. J. R. J. Aiinhony who rpsides near Field P. 0, is serious 1, ill wiIh pn1ei1uonia. -Miss Viola Runion of Ele9ly visited friends in Pickens last, week, roturning on Sunday. -W. T. O'Doll...

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 January 1901

The People's Journal. PICKENS S. C. 1901 JANIJARY 1901 Su. Mo. Tu. We. Th. Fri. Sat. 12 3 45 6 7 8 9 101112 13 14 15 16 1718 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 i B14L ARP STUDIES UAZING. He Sees No Reason For It --West Point Should be Abolished Un less Haxing is Stopped. This hazing busin ess at West l'oint perplexes me. I've bci tiyiig to philosophize upon it and tind .t a reason for it, but vannmot. It it tit. molst brutal and sensele'.s hing, that votu . MIel etllIng i 1-1,1 el vet' g tItll4e were' ever guilty * ofAl. Th, evidecet alreadyV sumillittedI has shlockedl the( nationl, and if it cann11ot be stoppei t h aitll iS 1(Ia 1 y riglt flow to aiboio il tile' liI-tiltl tIo t, it -x :1 disg il Ce to lilli1i .lliitY. ]lilt what linlrtm i" t) 61ind a platisile I-e:Isoll tetr it -aili VNIli'uetar I)AlI I't t I(olIl. ' w l l i's sn: 1v 1 1l it i to try Ia you yallg 11 's riletll, li- ic 4ill age. That is f'alSe., cf cou'S, fr it I qlli ti) l m tat . t 1r co 11 .4 t stallI guard o...

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 January 1901

THE PEOPLE'S JOURNAL VOL 'o.-NO. q2. PICKENS. S. C., THURSDAY, JANUARY 2d, 19or. ONE DOLLAR A YEAR THE INAUGURAL4 MSSAGEX. The Governor and Lieutenant Gov ernor are Inducted Into Office. Thursday at noon the inauguration of the recently elected State oflicials took place at the State capitol. 'The oath of office was administed to the Governor and ieutenant Governor elect in the hall of the House of Re presentatives. Although the day was inclement, a large crowd assembled to witness the t ceremonies, and the two hundred k South Carolina college students who formed the governor's escort were not able to crowd into the hall. The Columbia orchestra in the gal lery rendered several inspiring selec tions while the crowd was gathering and during intermissions in the exer cises. At 12 o'clock Mr. Wilson, the ser geant-at-arnis of the Iouse announced I that " the'honorable, the Senate is in ' waiting." The Speaker commanded , the House to rise and receive the Sen ate. t When the Senate had b...

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 January 1901

T. J. I A ULDIN, Editor. PUnILISIa'O EVEfY 'I nons"A'Y Subscription One Dollar a Year jFuiterOei at t1he 1'o.t OleCO at PickIIS aS -rut sD-\Y, JA. -tIvl F.om investi!gtiion, it is now six States whise legislatures lav Do vour duty anId1 ho at man al wysl. It 111ay cluse yOlu Some ill c(ti1Nveniienee oeeasionally, but wIll bintg yoVt)isfact1 ion 111[and ha Ii nless eventuially. A Lill for the purcha~w of Rhave nil-'s hiidge by Picea'n ani ()((I nw.o conities er by vither I Pickens or Oconiee colluty wouh it! ii nt ,with gecnoral favor inl its Immediate see Th. S( l..menvit of the hms '!'lifire stit lneal v' hit tr i ti I i llit, I 0 S till ilo contry is t r a nthe reitut < ttheJ~bancwe, to S"mO nu'a;s t.. U L a w i a i u ' i I s vh - t - gibhog wh tiir t u loi pri -l m' whS l i wr.11 i s l -lit gno b the onex Li! il a o.pnt tal's 11 tltn \1( itI e ithe ip ut of mo.yathd .0 sap r gl i h -> p-ih, ( oh o a no t ya l a 11 I !he, county . or ai yu 1t pbie totl vne n raly ' $1 imi:.3...

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 January 1901

The People's Journal, Local and Personal. Orp 33s l ( 1 )1( r3Vfliliilg itl -11". ti-a Iuici3 calies wid crackcers at Mrs, Curotou's. I: *: ' sited rt * mleull of --D r %V k' iisil will lhe ill biS Oflic-c t lFus: vy Ia itua ry 21) -:30. --01.1 SoldlierI~ (Iti a iliY(i .;11 1 ayq d -oo ihig5 \ If(, I l .0Pls (311 Mon-g (lil . .c t (luiS at.-Iis Voi root 'l S.Ca I--c. \W. B. 1)rz lullI(A. of EnIs. 1''y, vho 11 -.- b'vii veriy -SiCIC Nvitli le~ver i.; 3 l '1i3~ nS di ice 4-1 (.1ui11-4 Invefizig ()I crisj :11, ioP Ot(ist' tvIm ( -- F";. 11. "lialIMiui of Pe4ndleton) F1 pe II t !, .- a (1:1ty.r 1:11t NN-Ce in er 1) - I'i!. I W-~'. S. K irklsey i, SMill Ilw114 him ci' Bo:3il' l' ( 112i18 o1)3'113' .11)1 file . * I,~ Or. Ld;- c - I-- ;to'.(0 foJ il t, :1i1d dh4 -lt~ of, go Itic S-w) i m'ae33~! ~J h l Lic I I II:' Wi . ( 3-T!8. B , \I. .-n 111 A((1 Co enink upo~ -om (,t'( I t~hin irI gao t0 H.11) and s1ic.1t.ii'ugi 3:ll inli 1!"Il. i"I, ;. Nvl)\ M --itt.111" , nil -'[re l ol y.Li r (,gt i ...

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 January 1901

The People's Journal. PICKENS S. C. 1901 JAN}UARY 1901 Su. Mo. Tu. We. Th. Fri. Sat. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 101112 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24-25 26 27 2812913031 PHIL DENNETT'S "HIGHBACK." - . BY JOHN BOYD CLARKE. Copyight, 190, 1 by John oyIt ('arh. . co.y . 'l i + 1,.11+ 11 ' OTTD) over tite grea t graiL prairiles of upper 311nuesota are manDy litte conimuni1"ties of nnnimpainted plank cottages or evenl of "8od" 0 houses wh' ose Inhab ItanIts possess Ior'e of the ebharnet('ris ties of the old ime Yankee than the present oeupilailts of our New E'inglild hoiesteads. And the renson for this is plain. These westerl Yankees are lineal descendanits of oir best 1 'tur'itan stock and in inigrating to their prairie homes from tle ruggedl New inln hill farms took thoe pecul!anritlies and homely vir(tues of their ancestors with theni. Boston "culture" lis been Ill tered over the New England farn steads, ani1d the old timei11 Yn ikee or' tho old fashioned Yankee communnity Is an impossibi...

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 January 1901

THE EOPLE'S JOR VOL 11.-NO. 1 PICKENS. S. C., THURSDAY JANUARY 1 OgoY BILL ARP ON WEDDING BELL Discusses Marriage In Interestin Manner and Speaks of the Trous seau. Wedding bells have been ringin around here for some time. Thei muusic always excite the good peopl and everybody talks about the comin nuptials. Mothers, wives and daugh ters are specially interested for it is th bride who has most at stake and i about to surrender everything to he lover. But hope is stronger than foa and the women all rejoice in it an wish the good woi-k to go on. The oliusect and discuss every phase of th niew relationship and crowd the churcl ojr the home where the knot is to b tied with anxious and eager interest The bridal trousseau and the weddin gifts have especial consideration an< are carefully inspected. What a dif terence between man and woman abou buch thinge. What a difference be t ween wife my and I. It was of small concern to me whether the bride's ap parel cost a thousand dollars or a ...

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. — 31 January 1901

.The People's 1ouPAL T. J. IV AULIN, Editor. VUHLTIS1ED EVERY THURSDAY. Subscription One Dollar a Year 1ato-ed at the Post Otilco at Pickens as second-class matter. TUURDAYJAN.31. 1901. The proposed child labor bill promises to Prove a rock upon which the legislature will sadly split. SLch legislation is almost a new Clemtent in this state, and with no satisfactory precedent our peo ple are (lisposed to go slow. It is claimed by statisticians that the movement from country to cities bas practically ceased-at least. in such alarming proportions--and a (lecided tendelney is manhifested to wards a return to the soil. This is hopeful inl View of' the present con gested conlitions ill large (ities and thegeneral demand for all opell - ing, inl farnming sectiolns, for intel ligent, Ilabor. 1ho knows 1,he trials of iis mothr? They aro mammy f(] va ried. Sho bcars wiii all your in firnmit(iCs IIIL thohll 8lho may11 ciido a1Id corrOCt, yOu, Illl if yoi)l-L grlowln she may reason wi th you, b...

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 January 1901

T e People's Journal Local and Peroial. -For furniture, see McFall. -Feveil conuniuicat.ions aI Ill kind . I). r iLCI 1s reported sie ith pieumonilia at his home Iea .ickens." -Snow flakes and graham crack Or.. at Mrs. Curuton's. ---W ith all the building going o in Pickens, the demand can hardi, be sipplied. -Old sold ier arI still )usy hav ing their claims adjusted. 'Th 11(01V l1aV lilts OcCasiolle0d cloisidorfl ll inlivonenionco to som of their .-WVinfevr i01 to have put. O h or coming1 till ratier Into thi year. but. she is with Its at1 last. --The iken4 Radlway wil cha g. she ul 1brutary *t irst (. cofom ith the Souithimrn Rail way changso. -See A. M. Morris' advertise ment. V. 'mn and pardnin seeds- aml geieial supplies call bo- found a his place. --Read the advertisinhg (olum1 n andi11 when1 in 1Pik ens give the Imer cllits a (.I!; you will find then collt '3e3us :1id relial e. -1 'P. (irndy will sool nIar co'e)1ta on Johnson street it good location, a1 a( vottlge whie' lhe f...

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 January 1901

~Q EEN .V1GToR1AkS L The World's Oldest Ru EDWARD VII ISEX Incidents and Aneodot snounE Hlousu, Isle of Wright, Jan. 22, 4.5 p. i.-" Her Majesty, the Queen, breath - ed her last at 6.80 p. in., .surrounded by her obildren and grand-children." Cown, Ise of Wright, January S.--Queon Victoria is dead and Edward VII reigns. The greatest event in the memory, oi this generation, the most stupendous change in existing conditions that could possibly be imagined, has taken place quietly, almost gently, upon the aunniver sary of the death of Queen Victoria's father, the Duke of Kent. The end of this career, never equalled by any woman in. the world's histor came in a simply furnished room in Osborne house. This most respected of all women, liviog or dead, lay in a great four-pasted bed and made a shrunken atom, whose aged face and figure were a cruel mockery of the fair girl who in 1887 began to rule over ngland. Around her were athored almost every descendant of her line. - Well within in vi...

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 February 1901

THE IEOPLES R VOL i.-NO. 2. PICKENS. S. C., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1Qo'- ONE DOLLAR AtYEAR THU GENERAL. ASSIEDMBL.Y. Winthrop's Board of Trustees Gets Talked About. The following summary of legisla tive proceedings during the past week gives some of the most important dis ctissions upon pending measures: After preliminary matters had been disposed of, Mr. Moses calletl tip the special order for the day-Mr. Elder's bill to provide for the completion of Winthrop's now dormitory and to ap propriato $20,940 for that purpose. Mr. Weston said that, at the last session, the house was asked for $30, 000 for the completion of the building. The house gave $35,000. le wanted information why this additional ail propriation is now asked for. Mr. Moses said that the author of the bill is sick but does not care to have the bill jeopardized by his ab sence. Last year Winthrop asked for this $30,000 and the use of a hundred convicts. The honse would not give them the use of the convicts and the hired...

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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