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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 7 February 1901

1'lJIiJSI' EVE Y I URSDIAY. Subscription One Dollar a Year Etered at. tihe Post Oico at Pickens ift T1',111 ).\Y, I- 1M1. 7 . 19 )1. Smallpox isi riagi Pg inl mnY see ti ms of the state. Vacci nation is being mlade comilpulsory inl someil pl]aces wihero the d iseaso is thcat vning general alarm. Ono idea that will not be enter tained in South Carolina is that the statutes will eve'r emnibraco a divorco law. The sPairredi ness ot marriage is recognized -, the no di vor'co idea has been tried and the pe Oplc are Satisfied with its results. The town of Liberty is moving ahead. With a cotton facto'ry of good proportions; and people whoi ari deterl'mind, by conv.rte'd IC tion, to make ioie enterprivs a succcss she will becomue a p.A;it factor in the m a terial growth of tl county. Bills lookin' to a1 goeral systemi of drainiag., n1 , (11u1it ab011. provi-ion for gocd rads and lridgc'91 aspe vial tax ('n dog ., totaf"l poibt 11 to fir'-:armflhis except, top and a revision of' t).( (-10 :0...

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 February 1901

The People's 3ournal Local and Personal. -Send ua the nows, -Drop it n a postal. o w o on h ! i ace's, . h: ilwo -Snow ilakos and graham crack. - ers at Mrs. Curoton's. -Mis1 Etta lBoggs of Easley vis, hkd inl Pickens this week. -Waiing powdor and all kinds of soap it. Mrs. Curet,on's -1R. T. Lewis of Anderson & Aill was :It to see us Monday. -Farm. st)pplies lind all kindi of generii. IwrIh an d is at Or 'ri' - o ciaI.go of scelcd ulo (1 Pickenti 4ihuv.ay. --B. W. DuckwrortLh of Easo) wias i. tou i M onday. --M. Al. Cisvtoplher was ii t'wn) suleniny. -Thoro n:as a good crowd il town salNaEd'.y. -DIr. Polt i h Cccuii piVEs his n1e reasid(ince I.earl tie depot. --ConIe and i h etvon a beaulti fiul or huIn'y Valhltih.o at Mrs Curl-ton'. - ). J. Il'zunnon (Af Piedmloni was inl Fiela:ls last Mon-1day ou business. -iS sl?OsiSe Shankin ofiti A nder. Son is visziting M ilis E4ssi I-arlo the:9 week, -Yo advertimt for I xamt"amvt ination fo r teacvher's certi ficate it Eduentional Coluni...

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 February 1901

The People's Journal PICKENS S. C. 1901 IEBRUIARJY1901 Sii. Mo. Ti;. We. Thi. ri. Sat. 3 4 5Ky7 8 9 10T i 12 13 1I 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 2b I Ti28 I Bulldog Carney. I y w. A.rraser. Copyr Ih Jr : i .\i hli t \ liik iliiieu thiu. Tl il ct liii:' 1 us, Iti l it iui I . I I i e1 liUr hisI~ liv s:e ' I I!a :y rig \ Iit ::'. II h,- r i i * b, I}} hre. c ti f hI *L i d eiiI the u i E I i lilthieii :i'hotr - rur il le iure, h'd K iel ai i iis I,:i is u in i.ni doiKg hei'd be I n . l y bi a t.u this bigul .\p r js 6i ,. hi hh IIii i likei~ afiiriiI Wluo e lia;t'uiil . * le :i u it 2 frill',ti t triih II \u' The trn ii-rturnfd 'le'Conici on ur|et I rI .. il itn~n L'1 (l 1rit. u j ril _v ii 'ir u t u lic., liit e itger t l b itln \\ i dr ikingt i r a let li iiti u trW fe than n." he u bh.. f'Yu', a thog he wruc( ere :ivk o llrW tie li O (ine t t w tri c I i the' iln hi'li s .'lif. 'irlrktl li i fcos a ouitrtle." A ah ili urIl id uihe hnil le overic te , iny is and~l I.np S aril hc ...

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 February 1901

THE PEOPLE'S JOURNAL VOL lt.-NO. 3 PICKENS. S. C., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 14, I QOo. ONE DOLLAR A YEAR THIR GENERAL ASSEMBbY. The following summary of legisla tive proceedings during the past wee gives some of the most important dis clisions upon pending measures: 'rTHE CH[ILD LABOR QUESTION IN Till SENATE. The bill to prohibit child labor iN the cotton mills was taken up, ai( Senator Henderson, of Niken, was thc first speaker. lie said in substance This is surely an interesting, mno mentous and irrepressible questiogi Hence, it is our duty as legislators t< approach it calmly and dispassionately and in whatever we do to endeavor it ict, in a conservative aud prudent man, ner. It is simply the question whicl: has assumed so many phases, shapeH and forms in the unnatural strugglc between labor and capital whichl has always existed and alwa s confronted the lawmaking iower ever sinne thc first ltw was mualde-unnatural, because labor cannot piosper without capital and capital cannot thr...

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 February 1901

The People's Journal. T. .1 . 11 I'LIEN, Fdi1tor. PUli,1isiil) ErVIRY TiIlURSDAY. Subscription One Dollar a Year Mutored at the l'ost Otice at Pickens Is cecond-class mautter. T ' I0A Y, I I It. 1-1, 1901. SIGNIFICANT WORDS. "The followinig worls from a a judge of the 'United States Su prs mo Court shliould ie seriously considered ati 4specially by evely preceh( r of the Gospel. "J. hIn Scott inl the Common wealth quotes I'oin a judge of tlhe .lited States Supreme Court: 'You iniiisters are nalking a filtal mistake inl not holding forth before M). n, s proinuteintly as the previ ons penveiation did, the retribultive jus"tine of God. Y4p 1a1vo fa'ilti int a senl timental stile of rhaipso dizing over the love' of ('od, and you are not ippealin, to t0t f..r of fitturo pu13-itnicIt which 0 yon LJord an.1d M'\ater m.:11loschi a.p1m inenti elo iel t ill His pirene4'hIl)r. And we are se4ing the ilvt f it in) a wvidespeadt domria1 zatin '.f private' virtiue an I c rrupti )I of Di-:A'Tl (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. — 14 February 1901

The People's Journal. and Personal. Austin will be in Pickens and 20th. -J. E. j wont to Spar tanburg Mon, 'sinJess. --Two thousu 's worth of goods to sell at co appard's, Easley, S. C. 2 -Nico eating and seed ITrisl po tatoes, Olomis and onion sets at Mrs. CurotAn's. -Doc F. Paco, who has boon quite sick for the past few (lays is able to bo out again. --Rev. '1. 1F. .Nelson will preach at Bethlehem sehoolhotse next Ituniday afternoon at 3 o'clock. -tlhesh bananas, coconuts, or ianges, lemols. aind both northeirn iad mountain applesI at Mrs. Cu -Miss I~ay Robinson who hae had chargo of' a flourishinig school at GI ove schoolhouse. has returnd hom e. -Solicitor Julius E. Boggs ro turne-lI" h)m1 S iturday and left Sunday for Anderson to Attend *courtthere tlis week. . -Suiday School at Iethlehe. S sheloolhous iis ptrogres!ing n ilI under the manmageient of the ,qII Ceit su1peri it enidenit Alr. S. . I )ay. -Rev, R. 1". )agnal filled his regular ali*p(oiitmenlt at Bethl-hem last Saturd...

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 February 1901

The People's Journal PICKENS S.CO 1901 FEBRUARY 1901 Su. Mo. Tui. We. Th. Fri. Sat. -1 2 10 11 121314 15b16 17181920 21 22 28 24 25 26 27 28 t t tt it nti U BY GElORGIANA EVANS. 1 i1 R~I 4; id .o -~ I. N 1 -1 *' t "T. . l h 1.1 I .:: I iug 1-'a .-: 1'.e -4 4 rut d aLe '. 4 l~el t e 1141.. --' --4 i'E.. t rn..- '.. t':e 'i4r ther'at" c '~1 She sighled and t itkLl 1 ." r'- 1 in thie bosomi of heri i r.' . I' 1 fairy little foreheildj 1: ler'. 'N\a teund, both1 of yVou," she1 P1i.:n "I '(IJIe 0!n all atffair Of-- of .stte i WVe iooked' as serious ats we P l lookiing at her. She smilled bamck at 'Il .4eI 1424e' We ought to conta *"1o we would wert thou down stal IILga11'in."4 'hI aitherp Benioi t. Shte 11a< a1 lltthp fiio at himi,. "t'll tInP whbt is the. saiddest thing "Au hbonest ruan looking int vaini f( "P-OOlih a18 e.ver!" chir'ped the0 Di miiselle Alys. "Th'1e 81adde4st t hing Il "Wha~tt d~ost thou know' of such? aiskedi F'ather lHeniolt. She sighted anud laidt theo bunch c ros...

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 February 1901

HE PEOPLE'S JOURNAL VOL l.--NO. 4. PICKENS S. C., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 21 ' OA Put~,9 -BAAmf tNE D LLAR YEA THU GENERAL ASSEMBIY. The following sulmnary of legisla tive proceedings during the past week gives some of the most important dis e(isslOis upon pending measures: A UNIQUE ILI, ACIAINST PSl'To:.S. Mr. Cooper's bill to regulate the car rying, manufacturiig and sale of flire arlus usually used for tihe inllietion of personal injury, and &o make I viola. tion of the same a lisdemeainor, was then taken up. The bill is very drastic in its provisions, and the committee report on it wits unfavorable. *,enator Graydon offered an amend ient making the bill apply only to , pistols, and advocated the bill with his C amendment at some length. Senator Aldrich thought it the best bill that has been introduced at this s88101. Public opinion has crystalize(d on two points, lie said, that whiskey 1 and pistols are responsible for most of the crime. The penalty for carrying t colcaled weapon...

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 February 1901

X 3. M . D I 1 i dit.'1. s iptioni One Dollar a Year Now this \hp nd jo rneod, thev radn i 4ic wiN be able to Conltei'! 14- ;It b.n the wo( SrIN S -f '. P and Spiecuit , (01 A, b pn-Aba - price of tis yo .r A nerop. 'two thin d ill. \ : the f ro:A il ;n, \Arepril. FOURI I- T jjEl~a s irga i ,re kr fi-.r lp z i nu~ '* ciency" in the <("'t , h n-, CT h iK om, 1 p: j I.. ," ''* ,V I Thre - 11sui l il 1 - J -I 1 - * cru for upp a i.i al i -t.I !in:.: a. eXlV t tfle 1f r I ' thll 1r.1 I'll yI in - tl . i- iI ' th:,r 1 t I th c llt (I n II ]1(,''. m l l res on . tli: d....r...s..by..a...hri.y, ind tri ja .lad~ witha 1 dt'.* ra l. e l of l' . . vertkt yIeIAsl . sa b Io me .a tu lg inf tisI~ couy andl wher,1 thf j). ni r adv uIIa 121 are knowi.' ini thi' wvay of good1 farmii hmd)(! tha will (duble in~~* 1-a .' wie t! 11CI] ]lritaely~ smallI (uin Ey, fichool.a good roalbI ;li a! l~ Rhiding py~gex~~Ci /l~n l inUlux of other'! g cd cettler1 wii .Abraham~f L'incolnI (day seemIs t< Jhave 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. — 21 February 1901

The People's Journal. Lctif andl Personal. -To3rrw (.'iI * W sh ~r. Jur i' ed guile-t sick -Mrs T., rogubhir nio intm n t Sund t.. --N o nti. ond seed Tris 0po fatesownand onlionl setsi at -W. A. ud 1in1 of Eniley, af tor ivO'l d o (1 -vorc iIIiess is ab o I t:,n .r - r. n \ r. Elvi 1. Jerry I of E'iI': vi te ijvr, and Mrs. WV. VICbri t ,e .i _iew.i .".nu0in will be inl t -i.2IS .-- '' ' a y 4 44VIen.! .11 .I ed e nesIda-1 L'y'4 41 2 1 Ih in st --S. vhu.ulth lr wo th of t godd( d at ;h1 t Oppard's, I Ea dev, 4. 2. 1 S1 N~ AN IT. 1.~111 1(19 the r. i.h 11 - of l.D ln rik (aI T - t r t e , . . 'b. L lin o be 44n lI p. I : I s oflic3 for the b) past (fw days 1y e! s. 1 T I' k d, 1 ,11.01 aro o w I fat Iwnw, t i i o , of v the o Aei tI in o h F lo , Frday e -.fill d th Rapt l ml UNMusSurla~y e mor in .i-,preac'h ing to C good c s ! to in i N. C. 1nd 1a p-Il n with The 3'n - It .- h I M I f this d n u izd t c , ju-:t hwv b. KWY' i 1 1. yer's nw ! 14, 1. C ':t. !1 1 . bym d.ors V borPAW W...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 21 February 1901

The People's Journal. PICKENS S. C. 1901 FEBRUJARY 1901 Su. Mo. Tu. We. Th. Fri. Sat. e -1 2 3 A b - 6 7 8 9 101112131416 16 17 18 19 20 21 22. 23 2425 26 27 28 F 0*0*O*O*O*O*O*O*o**o0*o*o * 0: * TH C'TCKFFE IVNE. * * * 0 04+0oX 0*o0*o0*ot-. : 0 " t:-17 :+*0-::- : 0 . O :fuml risk InI brl-tgin..: fil he 1f-lim:1 ip thiligsilde, bull 11 11111 Ill' .L grIiI te-< thant she was tinIIlady. The g 1i n had blown IIIIroI oit Into thie Atlal lef hadi rohri eri er 11n11111. tholg ll e 1 ii wa i still : I 1sid 1inble br eze- 11 111 w I hill III,- s4-i :1 In-ilinill sl I I lI e II ll l 14 \ 111 l til tqtelet ill liw nt-;11 1Ii~ b-( th1 e v ('11 t I I I iifm 1141 I I I-i I I i' I 401i I 'I I a b s :\ .I I II (1 ll\:- , I I IIl l 1 : 1 l l 44'I'l41g '. tIIIt t i 1 1.111 I.111:it1 1 3 1 41 14 1 14 i14, Xlii' I w n -':I4 I44\\:I IIn I3 I* N:1 14114 iI1 g .4I In 'a41 t. fr l t (i1n: -o it I ifnV4 I t1'I t * is ti4hI. hall t :l it it , \ 4-., \\I 1 -\:1 W I I' 41: 4 ili thII-IuIgh II t he bl ow I ...

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 February 1901

THE PEOPLE'S JOURNAL VOL -NO. PICKENS. S. C., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1.N A SENATOR'S QUAINT HUMOR The Ship Subsidy Debate Un livened by Unique Arraignment of Democrats. Senator Plettus, of Alabama, has de livered a notable speech on the shilp subsidy bill, wihich was replete with quaint humor, and was a uniique ar raignment of Democrats who would vote for the bill, which he urged ought not to paes because of the millions it would draw from the treasury by violating a principle jimhedded in the constitution. Mr. Pettus spoke in part as follows: The suns demonstrate the wonder ful intellectual force of' the framera of this bill and their clear comprehetision of commeircial advantages, resulting from having your own lawyer to write the laws for you, so as to fit. the awi to the facts and circumstances of your case. The moral part of the transactioti, if any, may well be referred to r. P.aley or one of his successors. I will only say it might be a little like the con ment on aln ex-Seni...

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 February 1901

The People's Journal. T. J. M A Il'L1 DI N, Edi tor. Subscription One Dollar a Year Ent ered at. t I 'It. Odive at Pickens ax TWH--V .- I W t 1'. , -0.a m i S lpatin i.; In he t hIo of a seri. nous le.()lutio,t)) Il!er t h e 3:n to Con10l( inll a t l.ts A\ goodI leatr of~1 (i lb. act provid expo: itionls ti te \pl atij n thi hereafii th h on the Sathth mationl ol~t-ring, tenl \!xic -:n d!., hars In--h for ib ' .1 . I .1\ r p c ':. .inr t P : 1c1 . Grni '.hn i i i f w inl till C I I V F k"! nI t T -r aging I In hiW* II nfor f w h l I . , f, 51lit ts . {L(* j 11hi4o (L e I u ;I5 tiji t h~ -&.I~lI wW i t~i''l ~ 5 2,2: aU u LI flS5~~i~l~el ~i I: . l h -V me-)5 ''2ra h+I e..un rea t t-- ur i rtu i: hor hpl. i v e ti\--I.-.2~ II.-t) whothe h nd' li6 gi ar aia oigin) li gisr clh c r o i et, ampI0 iIb.tnnq Iie I forti ij hi .- -ry:IL ~ to s Thi -~s u:a 1e IO aou a 1a roa o t her-ic .0 ::: lli --a - )~tighats . tii~ IinL ..nA(144 111 kir oe m o'. 1 th. >(nl t h is th . \'. l . ( Is g ...

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 February 1901

The People's _Jonrnal Local and -M. ,.y i n - ('1,8 this 1. -Send y' .arenI to Sunday 1 choool, they .p nyy it and tho results will prove the wisdom of it. -"Plow deep while slugga rds a sicep" lie an "11A quotation at this i -Notivce ininge of Pride & Pat lonf's ad and when inl (GI eenville give them a ca'l. -DrW. W. F. Austin will be in Cent! rl Tie-alv evening and Wed i.es3dayJ tareb, 5th, and 6th' With an acec(edited productiin of 8:10000 ba'es of cotton; of this her 1 (,wn mil's consumne -189000 ba'e-s -Conie to Pickens an(I keep up t wth the procession. Everything is atdvnin.'einig --Altv. R. R. Dagnall spent a a few (lays very pensantly at. Wil iiamlrst on last week inl the inlterest -Soniay wa3 a raw, col day 1 Liut rtvivejs wer held in ill the chaurce1s eXcept il few in btanoi2s. N IC 'eating and seed irish po- I oitoes, ,nion and onion set- At Mrs. C1.rvt I]'s. -Hov. J. McL. Stabro -k of I I - er sb-u on.;h, N. C , Ioit for- his bom"t 1 riidav after a blhort stay in l'...

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 February 1901

The People's Journal. PICKENS S.o. 1901 FEBRUARY1901 Su. Mo. Tu. We. Th. Fri. Sat. * 1 2 34 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 1415 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 2A125_126127 281 28 *0*0*0*0*0*0*0*0*0*0*0*0*0 THE WRECK OF I THEl CATIEBOAT. 0 O0 * BY CUTOLIFFE JYNE. * 0 COPYit0olT, In)M, 0iCI HYNE O 0*0*0*0*0*0-* 0;:.-0 0*0*04 0 0 0 CON'LUDED FlROM LAST WEEK.] A mob of men, sulky, sullen and afraid, stood round the hatch, and one of these, when the poolr remains came up and swung to the roll of the ship over the side, cut the bowline with his knife and let the carcass 1)101) into the raging seas. The chain clashed back again down between the iron comibings of the hatch, and the two mates below went on with their work. No one of fered to help them. No one, as Kettle grimly noted, was made to do so. "Do your three iates run thils sl), captain?" asked Kettle at last. "They are handy fellows." "If you ask me, I should call then) ,poor drivers. What for do they put in fal1 the work themselves when there is ...

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 March 1901

THE EOPE'S JO R VOLc'1.to. 6na .. C., THURSDAY, MARCH 7, o ONE DOLLAR A YEAR THE OUTGROWTH IiXAGGERATED STORIES 1 V 1at a Correspondent Has S; derson An Attempt to Revive Sec [Thii(e Philadelphia North Americ County for the evident purpose of ma cent exposures of unlawful conduct i of the correspondent has been faithfi following extracts from his account of there. A careful reading of this c leftly woven Witi sectional bias an sired effect in the North, and thes may know to what, extent this section *CoIA MII.A, S. C., Feb. 24.-Slavery eXists in) this State to-dlay (and in Jig barbarous a form as beffore the war The whole iniquitous system has beer re-established it certiain countiics everything excepting the slave market. But without, the market slaves are boight and sold amoi ig the planters, who place a p ice upon the slave Con. tract which holds the unfortunate ne. gro in bondage. To the credit of South Cazolina ht it said that the Governor of the Statt has raised his voice agai...

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 March 1901

The PeopLe's Journal T. X. MAUL DIN, Fditor. j1IS1IsiIED EVEitY THURSDAY. Subscription One Dollar a Year Rntered at the Post Office at Pickens an secoud-class matter. TIIURSDAY. MAR. 7. 1901. In the recent death of Laura Towne at St. Helena Island, the colored people of the south lose a friend whose sympathies and act.. ivo assiatanco did much for their permanent improvemont. This is the timo for pitching the crop. Let it bo ini accordance with your best judgment. Plant what you know you will be able to dis. pose of to tho best advantage-this is good fat ming. Considered from its best source, wo like the nervo of Mis. Nation. She ma awakening violators of thi law with a vengeance that )resnfl!, P wholesale reform in the dristriefs \vharo law scoms not to Le ieqpect. ed, ThIerC is a good opportinitv in Pickons for the orgia-iiz:tti m )f ; Youtg Mren's Chnsfi-i Aii - tion. Let, somebody takev tlh In1 and then will be an ampl. follow. ing. Soveral years -azo thmr. was such an orgiuizit...

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 March 1901

Thle -People's J ournal. Loca' 1'sonal. lothi blIow I -"Gto wit;(. . & Co., for mn ~umin t nutti-. -TIile "Iay iii-ht tyoes oil recordl as the c.d)dest of till) winiter. fk,881I1ie(l charge of thait Office. 7--BoI'fl 1iiito Mr. .11d Alr.. Fri.js Cary 01) tho 26th inst., it COUnty. sectioj V~a ititilig Ii thiS, SCCOcli1 last yeek, dMr a'1 1-8. 1,' , Thorloy roturel hi s, Wiek from'"th ir I6id al tour inl N. C. Nioeating aud eed( Tish po fRn9'djoh'F')8 fid "Onlionl Sets at entiock OC ftC")St. -AIi i 'rzah 'li s a I ac0 1.-3 Ltr*aiTu in hrton, at). I.~~ O ililatu', of 1.91QV', NNi ft11101..g t.1w. vj!iiLotr, ill Greezuvitlo ycste'hy~-ow~,3.1 inst. 1111or Ifl(0 NT r. fand INTlr. Mr. .1. ty onl tl,e 261h ii'1. , two dlatiglti'sr. r~iIe h balimiiii~t, v(~iut~ r 9 l, t, -n V., , I k!mo s.111 b t ii.0rtheic' 1iul(kJ~w.til taill :J11pled ait 11-. Cu -A,.1. 1 mogg, C hcek ( f Con rt, hf8tl,,41kvC,1, rge (d his office. life ha s 11o , yet- mmived hli.- C.,111103 to ricke; ...~ hi Co, of 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. — 7 March 1901

The People's Journa PICKENS S. C 1901 MAROR 190 Su. Mo. Tu. W T Fh . Sal 1 2 10 11 12 13 14 15 1C 17 18 19202 222 2425 2627 2829 3( 31\_ _ _ _ THE BETTERMENT OF LABO Pebler an -rantple of Improv. Conditions in Sonthern Cotte Mrt. Ed a- it S b 'M s : Of th I .,;u.e i ur. r[dc. d r - re n u A ea V . run restrctio of a inbh~ta e sale ofC qok n:prat w 'ti he tow no V t. ar u thU r 1Al.o th' o n201 rth c a ~ut prvt in fth u ra.U'.o t haf ee ee 'm y ' ')LU. n f l it , t i o n i 6..:0 fr mti1ojcina l et Sr u'.d mo the~ town, but videnc of' itee o rareuo tha it ig t mot be sthe tou bJEan unwn elm ith.~ e ~iilae . Ate tw 2r;- .~ Whexjnt a rils e mployeen IdJ/in l 'ill an take upy is reoidnc in 11. which e' ar entin thio eton eseves sen d i childr eude wele hyea of ague toa th e dholt wihth compar providesand iAtaise smirarly agre th~acdre v the age .Cjb' ofui. awed yers shall workfl in the mbtis. T( culso~U1 ry edcaioa req tmremt isI tupemenedbyth ofe oabo own acntrapcr munth to sgeh ci regu...

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 March 1901

T.NHE 7PEO PLE S DL VOL I I.-NO. 7.PICKES SC.THURSDAY, MARCH 14, 9' N OLRAYA THE ANDERSON LA Thirteen Men Are " Free Laborers " Were OVERSEERS AND GUARDS LY BEAT [The special committee of the grand jui investigate the labor contracts used by ce with the abuses to negro laborers under t thirteen men for cruel treatment f lal dictment of Magistrate J. J. Gilmer for in which it is charged that Gilmer appropr dollars. His case is of small importance who are indicted. The finding of the c A special correspondent of The State a writes as follows from Anderson in ad- ti vance of the report to the grand jury . 1 From time to time for the last year or two a word has been dropped here N and there about the "cinch" that An- y1 dersons farmer had in labor, but no in- ti vestigation has ever before been made n and the matter (lid not obtain lodg- a ment in the public mind. Anderson is w considered one of the most enlightened a( counties in the State and her negroes e are supposed to be as intell...

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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