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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 10 October 1901

IYILLINERI esday, Octobei No Cards Issued EVERYBODY 1 TO COME linerv D)epartment this sea iss 'irza11 HI hes who ha 1arkets, where she pu rchase Season's most choice no o make this (cpartment e .1 it' -ou want a stylish I lat 11 to'visit our Millinery dep OUR~ "S GOODS DI mo1st comlph te le of I, -n in the county, and at pri Illy invite all tbw ladi:s to a e a cordial weclcomei. \A'. ,I. . 0 -k'1~ e .: l Vt. I' lilf -rel . . it's llte 11l. f ( of . 1 el *4 clit , I ilic ati l illieilt' e illt flts !e, id r ty ('luuliiion(r.,:. i'nltv i- Th aulreathytle ii'st v nhe ien ti rd colii.'-ue csi t jnll d I cti th(~ (il()illeelt -li is f a e n s aal fgvn hi p o liS c fhsonc sucsul bui. -papa ekl couniy a'llt ht saou . i, 122124( to Snmni there2141 2olu % (to~ t.his otle ci of ni > iuc filue o iingth eiv ey of 1101 s our' hiswn se n ef rt 1to-i.-1 'iper2l justlaseay as i i5nsibl(arn the in ils fo arlist de iv- tuai, than4 ickI ny whoc in ileto re- '"d et ilc reIsnle I ni t e aflter 'I p 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. — 10 October 1901

M ARKE Il EPORt'. Correef-d weekly by the Heath, Bruce M orro PRODUCE. .7 7.8 to 8 . .121-2 C .20 to 25 F............. 10 to 15 Bultt, ........................ 12 Mos. . 20 -See to . lot for sale. --Dr. W. F. Austin will be in Easley Oct. 16 and 1. -mra. mud Duncai of the Six Amile sc tion is reported very sick. ---Watei Tiu JOuINAL for Craig Broth era new al. which will appear 8oon. -Owing to Ito arrival some intoresting i communications are left out this week. -There are some valuable tracts of land advertised in this issue for Nov ember sale. --Monday being aleday a good crowd was on the streets. No public sales were I imiade. --LInst-a good fountain peln. Finder please leave at 'Tr JIiomNA. ollice and get t reward. -The commercial men are getting in ' good time now along with other industri ous workers. --iuiiness in general is picking up. The favorable weather gives oncouragemleat to trade and industry. -Don't fail to read all our advortiso- i ments. You wIll Iperhaps learn som...

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 October 1901

SWE REV Capta Author of "C Copyrigh by 1ar & ... ..--H-1-- -1' CHAPTHm IX. FIIEN 1)S. T was plalin to me that I was In the hands of that terrible war time scourge of the south, i the guerrilla. This band had been made Up ii east Teinessee and had moved out of their original Stapin jnig ground to get away from their old homes and filnd a better UIeld for pil lage. iFrom the Cumberlind plateau they could swoop down toward Nash vi'le, Murfrecsboro, MeMilnnvIlle, Shel byville. Fayette or lintsville and, if chased, could easily take to the mountains, where It was dittlicult to fol low them. On one of their forays Tom Jaycox and Pete lalliday hai got wind of my whereabouts aind, with several of tihe gang, including the man I had shot, had(1 gone diown to look aftier me. The country in and about tlunts ville was too elvilized for open assas sination, and Jaycox, after the failure of the attempt on my life, had pro cured iny arrest as a spy. Then fol lowed the plan to kidnap tme and for...

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 October 1901

14 THE PEOPLES JoURNA VOL It.-NO. 38. PICKE NS. S. C., THURSDAY, OCTONWER 17 9'ON DLARAY R BILT4 ARP ON THU WRATHUR. He Discusses the Winds and the Rains and Touches on Politics. Atlanta Constitution. The elements are unsettled. The wind seems to be veering southward. Roosevelt keeps on saying kind words about us and the Re-publicans are in a state of appiehension. The G. A. R.'s made the first ossault on him because he dared to exait the bravery and patriotism of our people; but he an swored them back nobly. And now they are in consternation because he Invited Clark Howell to dine with him. The City of Shushan is perplexed. It looks like there is a power of good political fun ahead ot us, and we can't be worsted. McKinley wanted to be kind, and tliey wouldent let him, btt my opinion is that, Roosevelt is going to run the machine according to his emotions. le is a man of emotions good, generous emotions-and our emo tional nature i-% the best part of our nature. That is the reason th...

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 October 1901

IUJNER ADEF ur Millinery Departien of Miss TiLrzah I ughe" tern markets, where she of the season's most ch >ains to make this depari (is, and if you want a sty do w'ell to visit our Millil SEE OUR'" RESS GOODA t is the most complete tin :n shown in the C)iulty, an cordially invite all the la< I receive a cordial weko.ni Le. Heath-BrL li, People's Jourili Pt'll~iSti E.:D' wilK 3, T.1. . M .\I '.lDI . lditor. ntered at the lPost Oflico at Pickens -ond- lais Iul ter. C01b,1iptol, i;1.0 ) :t Yt'ar. Til IUS I>)A Y. ( K T. 17. 1 t-o1. . it note how Pickntis draws the coitti 141 wher. thet cotic' n !'it S. I here -,(t s lit,. lTe'herft ul bs v .Il sIv ';v ik .s is ( IiInI -. The cheerfil! I.bSet ver evidenlt olws whalt he i., abkot .easing prospect I r ivryly buet i realy the iseasti t g ime, tiac Ir * rmters. Hlow the politicans d, gIu . i i e situaltion,. andwhnapiivnev :Ade. do renleW their ge.e m a ICNV it all the time" J idgingr byil the reTo ts coin ing[z t romi1 rius Collge...

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 October 1901

The People's Jourual MA11KET REPORT. Corrected weekly by L be Ieatib, Bruci Morrow Co. iRsonucio. on--.. --- -......778 to f ...'.-....... .............12 .5 's-l.en -. ...............20 to 2a ..............l to 1 .................. 2 ,wax*..---........................ 2 #1........,-..... ...........13 -The U. S. Court convened at Green. Ville es99day. --T. D. Harris addresses you this week. Itea'd his announcement. -Dr. W. F. Austin will b3 li Plckeri October 22nd and 28nd. -orn unto Mr. and Mrl. Jeft 11oliter on the 11th inst. a daughter. -Don't forget to let us know ifjyou fail to receive your paper promptly. -Born unto Mr. and Mrs. H. U. (Doc) Porter, on the I Ith inst, a son. -Your job work is solicited. Prompt execution tud good service are our alms. --Pride and Patton, Greenville, have all kinds of good shoes. Drop in to see them. -Mrs. Isaac Watts after a long siege of illness is recovering. She is attended by Dr Earle. -Miss Miattle Kennemoro of Kings is re. ported quite si...

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 October 1901

SWE E Cap Author of" pgigt,1..y 1arper& CH\ PTEH X1. 1111 . .h to ni looked the etnpta in, * fingerst, led ne. H len, it I was to he~ Ii recoverd 1v: - . . ed 01 - t ~ P; * . " 6 * , ** ~ L t tki d 6f~0 fi nl th eon wl thi e 'e'it" triar la rt.rgieo Vlbi~ tOirazn h :..,he. in th aw4 a hekFn temspts? What is to happen now? scowled an older to the boy7 to g'. away, but hie paid no attention to, a Bomething caime sliding along ty grounjd and lodged against meI. 'Eta guard heard it, started, cat a gnu. glance at me, then about hIrn, but, seeing nothinig, Vseapsed into his for 1kM400 M Ansa ENGE ly tair P. A. f'\ITCHEL, latanooga," ''Cickamafluga," Etc. struck me and caisped a jackknife. Meanwhile 1uck disappeared, bu F00i unpliarilig again in his plnce, lie tip n enrbine. Ile had doubtless stoh it froin one of the men who slept < the edge of the circle about the fir Again he disappeared, and I watinrt eagerly for his return. The gi:ml u. Ftill awake, though nod2 ing. 1,1 "t he be...

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 October 1901

THE EOPLE'S JOURNAL VOL ,.-NO. 39. PICKENS. S. C., THURSDAY, OCTO'EV31R 24 1go'. ONE DOLLAR A YEAR The World's Oroatest' Fever' Medicine. For il forms of fever take JOHNSON'S CHILL AND PBVER TONIC. It, to 100 Stimes bettor than quinine and does in a single day what, slow 4lutnn cannot, o(10 in 10 days. It's splendid .uros are In striking contrast to the feeble cures made by quinine. COSTS 5o CENTS IP IT CURES. 8elling at Cost Ellvery thing. ~a Owing" tomm.so ipoosd ch :11nges inl omr bulsiness, we will Sell Carriages, Surreys, Buggies, Phaetons and Wagon At an Absolute Sacrifice! Until ouril stocki is rtced. Di), 'I, t uke' our word for it, but coie and see for yot -it I and he coiynced. H arness of :a11 kind at cost. We carry 1t Ib~eh wk, ( oti n l d, TyiVson JIonie-, anli! vari. oheir inakes - of t0ggie%, &., ;iz :ict Iiigh Gle Wagon.i, i Minh~bker:ne Wber :i ebnir adt th-! (hvensboro-4, T Iilr and CuImttanoyw Now\ is. the w.( svc-mo ior .-cling vehielu of :iI kind-, anuud we ...

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 October 1901

.'40 10 te l1O'St 0111' lit'1 .~MI Ocold-'11'ss m oiter. 'I' P3(11330311 :wt't' wants31 its sloin. '1' ato~ of13 fl31i2's' 11- : y('33. ( 1orgti P. I'3.003.l'I, J.ii'it~nr (of th Col. Ilflibl: BI'c31df gets4 ilhe (Illeeto'sip UQ.' as3' 33! it t1o3 3. 13'3)3 c vi33 te( j'-3 33 ill I; 1 1:1 " hl '4:ttt and i.-~33 3)3 :) I(3 (' tho !s,)1u331 V.221)' :11(i IC3 t1i.1of Nill-:' 33 3- . .2 *VII'.$!,1; Cili 4)ti'l n: .:..k ar Vo 1''" 3io of Il l ~1 3. lt'' \'. 3' il a I. ', ''1ii'3c331( 1 d331 1~ .3: 1hld. '3Foi farlth3'333d3l13-31'tl' kIlleA 13. .3v w113 3igl01. jj('3'i3 ltt iwii. (;nid ' .'~ Tu1 rf : 1 MO33. )3.3 Cliplii 11: (4l3 Co. 0 Vilonn in 10 s nvw A'31 &,. P C: In3 j110;1 j1. JI'3'3'3.ij~ j''' it frm 1. 33.. a n d il Y 8iiJ u --.% O lt :. .'3 2 ' 3 ' 3. t11 13.1'I~)1~i. I t t 33 .'.3A di" ~ ~ ~ ~ ( !4( .)3.' ."' nal -3 :11o''3' C..3131."p, IMP!" S"V. '30311 (.;1o103 . 3 1PI %Va3 3m';, . 1.3 3j tli(iii O ItLl 133 1 3''33311 3LZ 33ht'31' I 13'il , 30)(41~ 30 1d' n1way viol ' 1' 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. — 24 October 1901

The .-eopie's Journal MARKEr l1IEPORT. Correctod Weekly by t he lleath, Bric ) Co. . 7 7.Sto 0- ---- ---- -........ ... .......12 1. --11ens...... .................20 to 2 ....................................10 to 1 Mittel 11 J eSw ax . 2...................................... 2 H llams........... ....... . .] --Dr W. F. Anelin, dontist, will bo i: Easley Oct., 29 and B0th. -Don't forget to bo on hand nex snleday if you want to bid on some gooi tracts of land. -Presiding Edler J. 13, Wilson wil preach at tho l\1Ithodist church Thurs day night 24th ist. Tho last Quartel' Conferenco of the year, will bo hold 01 Friday following. -Auditor Keith has complted ain forwarded his abstract of rcaln d iperson al property to tho Comptrollor. Ther is a considerablo increaso in the total val nos of property assessed over last year. -TIhosc illdbted to th1o JOUNAIJ oil a( couits made beforo the 1st of Januar 1901 will plesom settle with Im at ole as the books will b turned over to th stockholders ...

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 October 1901

SWEET REVENGE BY Captain P. A. MI'ICHIL, Author of "0hattanooga," "lucka maug'a, Etc. Copyright, 1897, by Iharper & Brothere. CHAPTIR XIII. DELEAGUERED. STRANGE that men will never learn the terrible advantage of a force posted on an Impreg nable position, protected by breastworks and able to pour shot down a steep hill at an enemy. Two men, two girls and a boy had defeated the guerrillas and sent them back to their camp. I did not fear another at tack. What I dreaded was starvation. Indeed, I could see plainly that our ene mies were preparing to carry out the starvation plan. Several of them went in different directions, doubtless for food. One of them passed quite within range. "I'm goin to plunk that one," said Buck. I caught his arm, and gave him a re proof which for a while at least caused him to remember that I was in com mand. "I wish they'd attack us again," said the irrepressible boy. "I could 'a' hit that doggone 'butternut' if somep'n hadn't joggled my arm." There had...

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 October 1901

THE PEOPLE'S, JOURNAL VOL i.-NO. 40. PICKENS. S. C., THURSDAY, OCT0""ER 31 Q oA The Worlfd For hal form9 of fever times better than q inin do in 10 days. It's splent wade by quinine. COS1 Bellini T~v Owing to some prol Carriages, Suri At an Until our stock Is reduced. I) Harness of all kinds ait Jones, and various other Imake Studehaker anti'l Weber; :, chela Now is the host speionl for sellil part, profit or no prolit. The seasoi for Mules Aiil 1 yet, Reliemiber, We )aL no hot (10 our11 own w:wk. We will sell and kind treatment to all. % glad to see the people whether t c Corner Coint, River and Jak WALT1'Eli Wv. WIlTE. W IH I MARBLE kniown to the Ltd i If you need( ,nytlhintg ini o wvithi de..igns. and1( pr*ic*" to v pricest. @@'ll tt)N I" '.N' I IT WILL COST YOU ONLY< "R E) The quality, the guarantee, th ply say, "REX," and Dexter Brooi PEllER. On Sept. 1st, we found it nec add largely to our retail floor we will find it necessary, ini ord comimodate tihe large crows wht and t...

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 October 1901

ie People's Journa '1.J AULI)IN, Editor. Cntered at tho Post Ofico at Pickori .ea miatter. Sbserip1on. 1.0: : Year. I'lNiSDA Y. (AT. :11 IPO. A man1 is nti wiltly 10M] if htis dog h nifidencee inl him. Siallrer crops all(] Iittt'r llIthvaitio bolid be a rulling idea in the pitchlii f Crops for the next Year. 4: -": -. The long dry -eason in n(t without it 1od etleets, and peoiplo a111 appropruid Ig it to the best advantago. Fluchintions in the cotton market a atuir, but tho gencral blief of men prt inl that1 line, is th:t tle prico will et go higher. tA Political boomis Jluniched ill the('S saceful buit strenou1s days of githerhi :O SOoI dissipated I11nd give phike1 I moly talk about thie price of coton tia ther better thiigs. Should a1111111 he electd I to olloe Him. ly because Ie has once hii d il lice lid should he he laitd on tho shlif sim. ly Lecuilse h 1111 1been an1 oliceor Owever. good his rit l' iINay hive beeln I. 4 . ;: When a mai (I'11 fr e'wlice, lihe geol rlly coutbive...

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 October 1901

The People's Journal MARKET REPORT. Corrected weekly by the Heath, Bruc AI rro.I Co. PRODUCE. m...........................7 7.8 to E ..................... .............121.1 kons-ien...................20 to 25 .. .................... ........... .10 to 1r Butter.............................., 12 Ikeoswax......................................... 2C hams......................... -Wylio Miller, son of Irvine Miller has enlisted in the Navy. -Read notice of letting Hunt bridgc on Saluda rivet, Friday, Nov 1st. -An infant of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Ligon, near Sunny Dale, died Monday night, Oct 21st. -R. A. Christopher of Me t, fatlie of Ex-Auditor, N. A. Oh ristopher, is re ported very sick. -At noon, Tuosday, 84 5 bales of cot toi, sold iu Pickens had been handled by weigher Holder. --Sottle up with your merchants. Don't let an old debt run over- it looks bad and is a constant source of'worry. -Found-Near W. 13. Allgood's home a bundle of home knit laco. The owner can get same by calling 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. — 31 October 1901

SWW~ REVI *, Captal ** Author of "Clhi * Copyrlight 1059l, by H arper & iro r( G CHlAP'TIEI XV. wO.\AN's Pi'UCK. A F T E l C th is I S -co n d ( d f A e II couhll Sce the gu.terrillas gaith- AV ered( In it knot, vidA~ently di1.'- 11 euissing thle -,Italon. They ol talked so loud tIiit ve could often catch at word, -J] heir gestleulationts g vere plaini to Is Ill. Al haist the cap tain took a white haikerchie' from ] his pocket. fix ed it to ia stick and, hold ing it over his lheadl, advanced toward t< Is. "A tig of truce!" we all exclaimed together. "lie's going to offer us soiething to eat!" cried Jack. "I knew he wouldn't let us starve!" I steppled over the breast works to go and Ineet the bearer of the 11,1g. Buck e called out: "Tell him I'll take some fried chick en fo' mnine!" I met the caltaIn at the spot where we had built our fir'. Ills arm was in a sling. ind he was very pale. Some thinlg told me Ilit Ile did not relsh the i work in whileh lhe was engaged. h "I've co...

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 November 1901

- .r.--,* 7 7. 1 "1, U V ~ ~ ' ~ S -" - EPLMJ SR _ THEPEPEJORA .PICKENS. S C, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 7 ONE DOLLAR A YEAR \1L it.-No. 41.PIK N.S C The World's For iubltforms of fevor U timos botr than quininc do in 10 days. It's sipleont made by quinine. COST Serl ing 1Ev Owling to souine 114)1 Carriages, Sur At at IUtil ori stock is reduced. 1: Harness of a111 kinid'; -' .Iomls, alld varioti lht'r t1i.lmh4 811imlbako on- Weber; a's 4-h4 Niow Is Ihe biest set-on for sell parl, prolit. or no0 ri. ''lle [an or Ntules andI yet, Reiteember we.I p:la no h( (to onr1 ownl w:wlk. We will se, amnt kil I reat mni t to all. I glad it) .ee thIole whether. W A II'Isi W. 11 11 MARBLE If 1oui need :,nytlihin in o plien. Sid IllON ll I'ltot T WI LL COST~ YOU ONLY "R E The quality, the guarantee, 1 ply % ay, "'REX," air Dexter Broc PELIZER. On Sept. 1st , we found it n add largely to our retail Iloor we wilt hind it niecessary, in 4) comm~fodate 11h1 large cr'ows w and to nr ake room for our 1 stock, to ...

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 November 1901

Peoples, Journal. I'lBIISU D WEEK LY. J. MAUIDIN, EdIfor at the post Oflico at Pickons as ass4, matter. ab11scripioll, $1. a Year . 11TI1SI)AY. NOT. 7. 1901. Clerk's Sale. OF SOU'TIl CARMINA,d conity of Pins, ln C '11mn Mlls Court. rsuian(ce of Dta.. l orders, nnd foreeolosire. imade in) the follow d eases,. anld on fill inl thle Clerk's wViji sell to the higlhist bidder on in ecemIer 111, lit 'ickens 14Im( S. C'. durig the legil hours the followin' g dIuesribed 1r(.Iel estat e etermIls herevinafter mecntioned to VS. Fol'eviosillr. att [ ee parcel or Ir t ofI iis .. and Ail ilt e cont n . tae fo eli , 1n re .wiles oif Nvoev1 e Riv'r., fIll - laus of ,. F-'. Mh.ore t!(] < thlcs i'''mt%%v ~ -l- l(m tt 1 T (:.S,44i 111("- "t'e 1 avra :( the deterldant by 41 d . . Mil phree. all that ther O piece. parcel ,r tractI till S;liAl collIt y u 1 :1 14ati. cot'llinling 1 muere.s 1444t i l less till lit twe mid convey'I tm tIhe mIh int by t ill 1'phl ''. T'l i- cm' 1 on (''' \eker. et I V!-. ...

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 November 1901

The People's Journal MARKET REPORT. Corrected weekly by the Heath, Br uc( Morrow Co. , PRODUCE. Cottn..... ...............7 to 7 7.: E ggs... ...................... ............12 - ChIckens-Hens............. .......20 to 2' Fryers..................... 10 lo 11 B utter.............................................,1 Bees wax...................................... 2( - Hams............ ...... ...... ..1 -Dr. W. F. Austin will be in Easley November 12th and 13th. -Born unto Mr. and Mrs. iR. 1. Lumpkin on Oct., 29th, a son. -A. A. Alexander was allowed bi last Tuesday in the sum of $2,000. -The Roanoke School, Dist iot No 21 will open Monday, November 18th, witi Prof A. J. Monly, Principal., -Rev. J. E. Foster will preach tin funeral of the lato J. T. Youngblood a Secona church on the firet Sulnday ii Decomber. -An infant of-Whitniiro ded at th< home of its grind-farther, J. W..Thomi as,. Mondny Oct 28th and was buriet Tueaday at New Hope church. -Read our adverfiseneuts. [r chants ar...

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 November 1901

SWE R EV - *Cap t* Author of .1--:-1t':1opyrIght., Irt7, by Hlarper & cTI~l'Tiltn XVI. A li-';I.: ca.I. TI, IIigIt passed withiiouit nil fit ack. I preiired it fire Is h fore, lit it was not needed. JDny dawned, lanld we could see that1 thel guerr~lijllas ha.d nlaind thelin selves mnore comrnfeinb,hvngo rtucted a rude huil oif ioigis for sliel ter, showing coiniclsively I1hat1 they in tended to wail im1:i-linly f'or tle statr Ing process to do Its work. 1)Irinh. tie da' the rulliltilt of tihe provisioin. Inck hall pilioiled wIIS Col Siimed lii heointnnd was supiper less4. Agniln we,( entered uponl n long, weary ihit. All except ralyself were so woln that they evinced itle cniie for watching. i They were geting Ie niniihed, it conitionllIi whIch c11iws at last over one iuntild forl his life. .\s foir me, ny position was h1:rr0win. My devoted frnds who had [1:4u- tii atteiet to rescui Ine w1 u ere stalving it lid, to crown all, tle osn It fo rth, wh\']to lii d n t11 e th ' fll I 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. — 14 November 1901

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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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