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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 5 September 1901

The People's Journal. PUBISHED wVEE~nYs. T. J. MA UL) i n, Edlitor. Eitered at tho Post Olilco at Pickens as second-chlaas matter. S1bscr'ip loll, *1.0) a Ye:r. ill'I SI)AY, SEPT. 5, 1901. SOLDIERS' IOME. The idea of t home for old sol. diers is taking htold inl every part of the State. Thinkimg loplo are coming, to the coiclusion that not only the best interests of indigent old soldiers necessitates its early building but tax payeis believe the idea to be on1e that has in it th( elements of tiue econulny. Our1 people are 0'sposed to b) liberal towards the old veteran but they want the money appro priated for their bonelit, to b 8 directed as to reach tho doservin; with the best possiblo effect. I will be several years yot boforo th necessity for provision for tius veterans of tho war betw eon t Ih states shall have consed -it becomo the peoplo of i prosperous statl whoso tiaditiolls and prostigo it histoiy are the results of Saerifice; anld heroic undeavors of beso) Sailli old sold...

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. — 5 September 1901

The People's Journal, AltKlET ICE"oltT. Corrected weekly by the Heath, Bruce, Mlorr" 9 PRiODUCE. 14 .... ... .... .. ... ..2 F ............. .........%.. 10 to 16 Ha...us......... ...... ..... ..... . ..... 20 --Dr. Austin will bo in Pickons Sep. tembor 10th and 11th. -Miss. Marie Folgor, assistuat inl the Graded School is sick. -1orn unto Mr. and Mrs. Mono Hayes on the 31st uit., a son. --Road resolutions of the County pen sion board in this issuo. -Mrs. L. D, Stepians, wife of the Supervisor is still quito Hick. -Johue Stewart after soveral wooks ill ness with typhoid fover is convalocent. -Mrs. James Stausell near Ambler is quite sick. Sie is attended by Dr. Bolt. -SeeN olice of tUnion Meeting with Oolenoy on Saturday before ifth Sunday ill September. -Mrs. J. F. Banister, of Cateeclice, reportod quite sick last wook is improv ing, though still in bed. -Cadet Cleon W. Mauldin, of the U. S. Naval Academy, is at home on a leave of absence for one mouth. -Monday was saloea.ty. A few...

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. — 5 September 1901

TilE POLITICAL IS A SPLENDID MEETIT Hemphill, Latimer, Hender Strong Arguments Agai the Commercial Democra (reenvilIc Mountttaineer, Aug. MU. The Deiocratic mass meeting in Greenvillo on the 28th inst. was con ducted in the most orderly manner, and the audience showed a thorough appre elation of the caln, deliberate arguments of the gentlemen who were appealitig to their reason and coniion sense, not un dertaking to intlane their passions or excite their prejudices. The court house was well tilled when the speakers entered at 11 o'clock, and innediatey afterwards every seat was occupied and many were standing in the aisles. The meeting was called to order by lon. J. Thos. Austin. county chair man, who requested Dr. T. M.Me1t. n. pastor of the First P resbvtet i-ui church to make the opening praver in ni lob the favor of God was asked up country and its peontle,and that a". be guid to the setection of 'd and God-honoring men to aduun affairs of this government. Chairman Austin sai.l ...

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. — 12 September 1901

VOL .-NO. 33 PICKENS, S. C., THURSDAY STEMBER 1 ' ONE DOLLAR A YEAR SHOT BY President McKinley HfS CONDITION FAV( MAY NOT P] President McKinley, while on an ollicial visit to the Pan-American Ex position, was shot by an anarchist on Frida3 afternoon, Sept. th, while holding a public reception in the Tem pIle of Music. The would-be assassil lired a shot which entered the Pr silent's right breast, lodging against the breast bone. Another- shot was fired aL <nce, which entered (he Presidlent's abd(omen. 'Thle assailant was immediately arrosted and was thrown to the ground, and quick as a flash twenty men were upon him. When rescued he was covered with blood from ia gash inl his face. Tihe President was shot4 by a well dressed man who wore a high hat and who, while shaking hanads with the Presideit, fired the shots with his left, haIind, the pistol used b1(ling concealed in a handkerchief. The man afterwards gave his name 11s Fred Niemann,'and claimed to be from Detroit, Mich. Ile ad...

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. — 12 September 1901

The People's Journa l'LliJiIrl.: wE'EiY, 1. 1. MA1J1)DIN, Editor. JCntorodt at the Post Ofilco at Pickens a mcconetdcla.ms maLttor. Silbscript loll, - 1.0) .1 Yea.11 uTtfl~l)SA Y. SICI'T. 1?. 1901. 'hll i Presidenit still lives and a w' go to preSS gi|vt3 hopefill Sign of rVCOVeIy'). .lle Stal(1s tl'e Orden so fir as the rild <uilestion i, ('On'Oilied, I lk hls 8 ollilty iS ill i desperate. condionl, but. tlie com lillS;iolleS will provg ceiall to th4 r Y . -. I .-,. Pickens couinty with a popuila tioli of ,; fit thi. Sillare lile Palik 28th ain o1g the forty coulintries o Sounth Carolina acco rd inlg to thl 'Ihe ohl soldiker...; thwillselves at ieeilliliuig to elipilhiasi/A tilt wis~doi iti lloi- fil f, a lloll O 1 i1iligelI VelO Il. I I I'vrs-illltiolls, thll lickv:s cotil. cotlt i Ilgellu lilaki thelir l-l. kno0wn. T'he irii% i/.ti~i 51Of a1 l ild ill I ekellh "C T IS Wtl -1z'ilIred fact . T lle I1111-11s ?-l n Vil1g illn R th .. fort inieill to I i't lil I 'led it tit tit 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. — 12 September 1901

The People's Journa: -An infant of Joe Thomas died Tut day night. -Dr. W. F. Austin will be in Easli o Folger'after an illness improving. 'r. and Mrs. A. Mitch( -.daughtor. -Born unto Mr. and Mrs. P. I Mauldin, onl the 30th nit., a son. -Born unto Mr. and Mrs. Lawron (Gilstrap, on the 22d inst:, a daughter. -Mrs. 0. W. Lesley whoso homo near Field Postoffico is very sick, her r cuvery is doubtful. A few interesting communications ha ing arrived too late for insortion will all pear. inl next issue. -We add to our church directory th week a list of the appointimients of Re' J. P. Attaway, West Packons circuit. -S. It. Day while chopping wood Iat Thursday, 5ti inbt., had the tnisfortns to cut his right foot severely on the it stop. --B. B. Clark and Leo Burgess hai rented the Burgos place near 1Pumpki town, and will cultivate the entire plt in 1902. -Six converts were baptized at Sec< na Sunday, September 1st, having uni ed with the Baptist church during th recent revival services. ...

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. — 12 September 1901

SWE] REV Captai - Auithor af%(' S6Why he shou ed\ the' 'H ANPS uW" me3( on bar' re d be' R t'y~ 1 heard a - W'e that 1 i I~ ~ -zII wbe \ 1 f 7. o" 0 ebeCp - gI i:-Jy B;: I d~ :t t.e t-. e -":0::1 in:o the hou.se,. Quick. That s &eiz:g tLe r: . he le my hose fo!~w :.g.to a i.:de -.z.:. Th:. - da. Cate 2: f a cobsr. she callhit "M~ ::.ta : ride for the I ht d r- 15- b.y t .r. "h heC 'I. id " IIhe asked. .bouse, I sat down on a sofa in the 11. -brary. I l:mst have fainted, for Mud- II denly, without bleing conseClous of their coming, I found rayvself in the midst of an excited throng. An old1 lady stood )l beside me with a basin, from whbich she was sprinkinng miy face. A white e haired old gent h-rnan with pink cheeks, ? towel in onIe hand, a dlecanter inii the other, wvas he-nding over me. A baoy r' of 12 with a toly gun wats staring at me', I while the girml who had b~roumght me t there lookedl un with far more iterest i than I had yet seen in her imipaisslie ' face. lluvond~ al...

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. — 19 September 1901

_OHES JOURNAL. S VOL 11.-NO. 4. PICKENS. S. C., THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER19 190' ONE DOLLAR A YEA THE PRESI] The Nation 1N A THIRD MARTYR President McKinley died at the 1 Saturday morning, Sept. 14, at 2 15 hands of an assassin on Friday afternc "God's will, not ours, be done," were the last words of President Mc Kinley, which were addressed to his wife a few hours before his death. le had previously murmured the words of the hymn, "Nearer, my God, to Thee," and soon after Mrs. McKinley entered the room, when there was an affecting farewell, after which he lapsed into unconsciousness from which he never recovered. Thursday for the first time there was an untoward break in the news from the bedside of President McKin. ley, and there was genuine apprehen sion as to his condition. The food he had taken in the morning did not agree with him, and his pulse increased to 128, when one of his physicians said it should be 96. For hours the President failed to respond to the treatment, but at midni...

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. — 19 September 1901

Peoples Journal. , IN. AU IJ,)I N, EIitor. at. th l'ost oteio at Pickons as ss titter. .'~I)D A Y. s E' I'T. 19, 1901.j . who have planted wisely - ed well now se. their Ie h 1uitful Crops ready for outh11 has been saddl enel by 1ige ncet of the death of 1ry \\'. Grady. at her home uta, on the I i hSeptinber. Incss was 'hort. She has her lamen-lted hi-uiad. te who hiae looked into the s to be derivekd fromti corln in- clai) the wt-rk 4f gath rps is roduicd through the Swhile tho vain' o: the corn ter and the quantity and of the u.:.eSN is ineruns:d et erop in ie e'n itti t , t., v-1 t dl..tI V it :: ao T r icCu acy -,at t e v - il b . A to. h : i ler ilV and t:- p' T l o a lnt a h - h i orai za':sth t .S,2 rratic doctrinosH. is counity to spe.ik att som in th. county' duinlg th iof Septemlber, states& thr tuot att pre(s -nt arranige :i the earily futur tor um.0 vO allt eXptisition of his yjet; great quelIstionIs niw befor merican peopulo for sot t provu~&ence of a. spiri t o...

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. — 19 September 1901

lie People's Journa M ARKE L' REP'OUT. Corr. 'ed weekly by tho Iheath, Bru .1orr AMy..rs..... 1 MI. . .. ,20 to ...... 10 to . . ......20.to -r.W. F. Austin Pick qpt 21 and 25. --Mrs. James Stausell, aft, two we -rious illness is recovering. --W. E. Dickens is here. Mrs. Dick, , iwell and their little daughter, Sue ek Wili scarlet fever. -Read notico aid program of soo( ivision, U'Inion meoting, to bo hold entral, Mt Tabor, 28th inat. --It must bo borno in mind that )ituary noticos of 11101 0 than ton li lenth, Will be ohargod for. -I)r. Long, of Catecchee, one of i -ogressive physicians of lower Pick< tilty, Was in Pickens Saturday. -lPickenis is tile market tins seasoi diton andiicanl afford to pay and will I e h kighrest, curret prICes for tIat t11aple --A lmachine shop and foundry till w direction of A. T. Weisner, is a i iterprise in Pickens Which fills at long f 'ant. -WV. E. Orliln is now Withi thle Ilea ..nie-(Morrow Co., where his experim od courtesy miake him at much ap...

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. — 19 September 1901

SWE R EV] Capta Author of "Cih ~ Copyrit., ,by larper & IIr( . -.1 -- --I - lA E'NTE 1-2ECI. 6 WILL his to in1eky. w olutd never heal': '1114 flits. and 1. who should he I up1) 1111d (oing, aim caged 4 like a tiger walking back and f'orth within the limits of its ielosure." This was lily complhint as I paced my rooim one ilorniig shortly tfier the accidental reopening of imly woundit. Mly imipatience was not without cause. I had gone south, as 1 have said, with two objects-to find my enemy and to gather information. I had falled inl finding my enemy, but had gained a complete knowledge of the points es sential to the capture of north Ala bama and was carrying it to the gen eral on the day I was shot. It had o: curred to me before setting out that. after finishing my military inisslion, I might still wish to continue ily search for my enemy. Besides, there were other contingencies, such as arrest or ilness, which needed to be provlded for. I had therefore arranged that the genera...

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. — 26 September 1901

T1HEPEOPL'S JOU VOL li.-NO. 3. PICKENS. S. C., THURSDAY, SEiPTEMBER 26 19or. THU RECONSrRUC TION PERIOD Was Much Worse Than War Carpet Baggors From a Southerr Point of View. Thomas Nelson Page's contributioi to the September number of ti: At lantic Monthly shares with that of ex Governor Chamberlai n, of South Caro hui1a, the distiction of being the mnost notable of the Atlantic's litne series oi 'The Reconstructioil Period." Chamberlain was himself one of th< Reconstruction Governor3 of South Carolina, and was in ollice wihen Gen Wade IIaipton iade the miasterly Campaign which restored the State tc the control of its real people. Gover nor Uhamberlai (it New Eniglander, who had moved to South C.roliina after the war, and who ias since move( back to his old home) was quite i partisan in those (lays. lie foughlt hard on the wrong side. lin his article in the Atlantic lie nade a clean breast of the whole thing, admitting that I had been wrong, that the treatilient of the South duri...

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. — 26 September 1901

to People's Journal 'T. J. MAULDIN, Editor. intered at the Post Ofilco at Pickens as socond-class mat ter. Su(bsclipt loll, ...$1.00 a Year. SiI)A Y. %E t'T. 26. 1901. Through tl mediumn of the State Fair all branches of indtstry, in cilin, live stock, have been great ly Improved. *4 * * There was jsllt tweiltty yflrs di lerence, lacking live days, between the dentaths ot Presidents Garfield and M eKinley-.-oth struck down )y al sssin's bullet The premilills .rI(l t h 14 y ear at tle State Fair have been ,oat Iv increased and elu v lut iti n will he slarp. De sure to get a prem miin list at enee. Th'leod " re llmetis the y ouul had. And he is mnw of th. ab st ai ld a41 il I -Z uil i ' D)e you1 wish to ac I th.oge 1., tarlm erZ f' rt1 i l te Sti' laii * in - : ill diiv rI ii"l r r- I viit tho -StaM Vl.' ir, i6 t . h 1 v. t Ie II r v hn o v Ile F I.I9 l priiinsu da! byth he tite ir supa . !b tilii tof ;- diuear , as1l' that thce- spi. th flaly if nitlil I'Utl:(1l " W . :i1le yld t1 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. — 26 September 1901

The People's Journal MAIIKE 1' IEPORT. ted weekly ty the .lleath, Br ue .. to S 1-. .......... 12 1. ailcke s -l. is............... ....... 20 to 2 Fry e . ...................... ..........10 to 1, lin tite. ......................................... 1. 3 Beesax............................. 24 Hamuis............ ..... ..........m -W. F. Austin will be in Easle& Oct. 1st and 2d. --Dont forgt your subscriplior diuts; that obligation is as binding ai any. --Pay up your subscription as prompt ly 11 posisiblo; wo need money like otho people. -If yoi don't get your paper prompt ly, please let us know ind we will cor rcet ia trouiblo. -Advertisors are reqnested to consid (r the advantages the Jourinl olfors. I will be to their interest. -Prijo and Patton Main street Green Ville, 0 iml supiply you with shoes of evor.) kind. When in Greenville, give Iliom a call. -Itead what our advortisors have t( say. They speak of the right hind oI prico ol ill kinds of goods througl those cohmn. -Maij...

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. — 26 September 1901

'SWE! R EVI Captal Author of 'Cha Copyright 181)7. by Harpr & Brot CHAPTER V. ARREST. AVE you a man by the d name of Branderstano t stopping with you?" C I heard the words spoken , at the froitt door in a pleasant voice, ci in which there was something languid. My heart began a vigorous thumping. Looking out of the window, I saw a troop of Confederate cavalry at the gate and men darting in different ' directions. I knew that the house was being surrounded. I1elen went out to meet the inquirer. "Do you wish to see Mr. Brander stane?" she asked. 441 do." Helen must have suspected that I was in danger. There was a slight pause, in which I fancied she was de liberating what to do. "le is in a critical condition," she said. "He was wounded recently. Is your business with him important?" "Very important." "Show the gentleman in, if you please, Miss Stanforth," I called. I knew there was nothing to be gained by attempting to put the man off. I must appear unconcerned. She led the way 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. — 3 October 1901

_ THE jPEOPLdESJORA__ VOL I.-NO. 3 PICKENS. S. C. TIURSDAY, OCTOWER 3 1o0- ONE DOLLAR A YEAR NO DELAY IN 'RI GUILTY 01 MURDE SENTENCED TO BE El The trial of Leon F. Czlgoz alial Fred Nieman was begt in i the cit1 of Buflfalo oil Monday, *iept. 23, at( was ended att -1 o'clock on Tusda afternoon, Sept. 2-1. P'resiilent Ale Kinley wits shot oil the (;th of S'p tember, andt his death resulteLd frin the wounds itillicted oil the I- 1th o September. The wheels ol justice moved swi l1ly The trial of the assassi consun i eight hours and tweiny-six mintus antd covered a period of only two day. Practically all of this time w:t oeen pied by the prosecution pri leset i vg case so clear, so conclusive that ever hal the prisoner iitered a plea II' iII sanility it is loubltltl if thjuw have returned a verdict differe Ifitn: the one rendered. Tho aliouiicement nide by the It torneys for Cozlgfosz t1a2t the etilnit ti alienis. sulnimolled by the l* ij I hu association and by the i distr-iCt at torn...

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. — 3 October 1901

Crand MILLINE Tuesday, Octc No Cards I EVERYBOD TO C Our Millinery Department ti sion of Miss Tirzah luI IIIg"hes w Eastern markets, where she pu line of the season's most choic no pains to make this departm towns, and if you want a stylist will1 do well to visit our Milliner SEE OUR'~~""%W DRESS GOODS Jt is; the most complete line been shown in theI( county', and We Cordially invite all tle ladic w1ll receive a cordial wc(ome. The eath ruc I t N I i0 Il t rmI i ntt :D o i i i hI4:mv. it 11tl0 l - l- I la t 1114 tt iA. t I 1 I 1 1'1 >\ .i t . 1i1 I tt il It i lt's i n il I ut I i - T uly" one. oit . t ( 1 'g1t01. : i-g hmd it ti' a tihe . ow '11i t n ' i ite n tII in6 :1 w6'-1it it a t i e t liiiit i' a i lgi usuall io N-1ir halt'tim gs the ' t ter of it isi . tIll U (111 h~oeec'i' nt i' o 'S ett i s 8tiiu' y isi rthe isi o n f i I . e Il i ito ' k ina he g no ; how i i-otytiiret' ith of ur atc the' m lina-erlli ho t ' thil ('u i w ann' ~ ofte (lli~ty of i n dt'iii' t 'liO l I fi...

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. — 3 October 1901

The People's Journal -All kinds of business seems to hav new life. -Read all our advertisements. Don miss one. -Seh notice "wanted a Teacher," I Aher coliin. -The Board of Coinmsioners met in r< ar session Tuesday. -Cotton is beghining to come and bus ..Iss is giving evidences of new life. - -Now's the time to advertise. Tim Jot N I. columns will give you value receive( -Mrs. J. F. Bannister, of Catecelte who has been very sick with fever, is cor valescing. -low do you like the appearanec of thi JoURNAL, this week? Chock full of gooi things, 'aint it? -Two new rural mall delivery routei started frvoim Liberty on the 1st inst. Verily t!ncle San "do" progress. --Will Sanders and Dora Arial were halp pily married on the 29th ilt., Rev. 0. T Miller officating. All colored. --he Methodist church at Pickens wil soon be an ornaineit to the town. Con tractor McCollum is pushing improvenien ats rapidly as possible. -Mountain schooners, loaded with cab bage, apples potatoes, &c., appea...

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. — 3 October 1901

Ca Author of C op rig t, 8(Y. 3 -..I> rper*A 111 A 'N I-:; I l. it 11~ei;tn AT~in k-11- -Tihil" l~k'N fil tn t il i l W h inlilr A1 T la S i4'Ih a i x p ' ll t l 1111the urnitu :i lingbr poster, tennopied;ln tIIv III real high nilld wtili b i ass banllles I its drawers; the el.lrs straight hacke( frot the centr of, he ceiling huing ebandeller of' glass pentldants. All thi untique ilmaginiteee was lighted b thle minlgle tallow\ dip which also gilh tined uponl thle honlest face0 tif Gliger. "I liuie yo' erynuli sah, said, ( iiger, se-t thig do-wli, t h, canil anil tuiring to dlipart. "No Iloub t or it. \\nit: lieit. I un\: yolu toi tll ine to whilin this plait tal iu; belongs." "(' 11 11nnninni a Sah." "I-e i nif) this anilt lolilI" n ".A Cl'osanld years, sahl." "lin' kow nolthin 'bout vouinthi 'p ' It's llt, iin e fainly inight long 1 iln. n. littlii, hle minigh 11i14 r-44-iT inlak, Sahl; Clunnll - ltlan.lli hli. own en Ihunired t'ousalid res" "Io lin Ila .?ny '" " lit. b iIgge-st...

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 October 1901

6 44 I* - NHE PEOPLE S TE JOURNAN D4?li VLlN.37. PICKENS, S. C., THURSDAY, OCTOV ER 1.10.OEDLA GEORGIA VETERANS' HOME. A Day With the Old Soldiers Who Once Wore the Gray. The following article was written by Capt. J. C. Stribling, of Pendleton, giving an account of his recent visit to the soldiers' home near Atlanta, and which was destroyed by fire on the 30th of September, only a few days after his visit there. In view of the agitation for a soldiers' home in South Carolina, the article is reproduced in our columns: About four miles from the heart of the city of Atlanta, at the terminus of the street ra:lway, is a beautiful hill covered with primitive forests ; upon the highest point of this hill amid large oaks is nestled a grand, a beauti ful building, built there in 1891 by the efforts of Henry Grady and the good and patriotic women of Georgia for a Soldiers' Home. After thus writing down their senti ments and venerations for the grand old heroes who wore the gray in a tan gible...

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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