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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 16 October 1902

The People's Journal PICKENS S. C. ...The Story With A Sequecl... i And now, Hot," announced the Rising Young Writer, tilting back in his chair from the table and conliden tially addressing the ink receptacle, " we come to the end of the story." " The beautiful princess has boon rescued; the primce has undergone as many hnir-breadth escapes as we can really afford to throw in for $8, and the naughty ogre has been killed off by partaking of a box of poisoned dragons sent anonymously through the mails. An up-to.dato touch, that last, Botty, my hoy.'" 'l'ho container of writing fluid re mlainling. unresponsive, he continued: " Sonie folks say, Mr. Bottle, that a writer always pictures in his hero him self, but I doubt that, I guess my heroes are nosliy composite creatures, with just enough of me in their make up to furiish thew with mlovable joints, so to speak, at the knce: and elbows. ' But I'll tell you who poses for my villiains---all of them,'' declaimned the it. Y. W., with vchel...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 23 October 1902

THE PEOPLE'S.JOURNA VOL 12.-NO. 36. PICKENS, S. C., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1902. L JEFFERSON DAVIS' PRIVATE SECRETARY TIlE STORY OF A FAITIIFUI SLAVE. How ecn Montgomery Save] the Jett Davis Pluntations. R. R. Wilson in Uctober Bjuccoss. When, in 1835, Jefferaon Davis, later president of the Confederacy, lefl the regular army, his elder brother, Joseph, gave him Urierlield, a splen did plantation of two thousand acres on the Mississippi rivor, a few miles below Vicksburg, and a number of slaves. These latter included a grow ing negro boy called Ben Montgomery, whom Mr. Davis made his body ser vant. The lad was unusually intelli gent, and Mr. Davis saw that in him were capabihties not common to the African race. lie taught him to read, and then to write and soon he became an admirable assistant. IIe was not only Jefferson Davis's body servant, but also his private secretary, book keeper, and general factotum. Ilis penmanship was beautiful, and his plantation bookkeeping, in its simpli...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 23 October 1902

The People's Journal Ptvr ml) MYIAtY WKI)ZUNEsDAY MOI\INO T. J. MAULDIN .............Editor. W. L. MATJ1ENY..........Bus. Mgr. Subscription $1.00 Per Annum. Advertising Matos Reasonable. Jntecod at the Post Office at Pickens am second-class matter. PICKENS, S. C.,: Thursday, October, 23, 1902. If you want to spend a few days profitably and get full returns for your money, tako the Madam and the children down to Columbia during Fair Week and let them see soimlething of what South Caro lina and her pople are doing. The Court house is a good placO in which to study human naturo. It is there that crimio and virtue and all the ways of men and wom en too are exploited boforo the public gaze and in tho hearing of the public which, a fter all is the dreaded censor of tho acts anld sayings of most people. Solicitor Boggs goos into his cases to convict whore the CvidetiQ War rants tho Grand Jury, in their judgmen t, in presont ing a t rue 1ill. Solicitor Boggs has made a re-ord in the Eighth ...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 23 October 1902

Notice to Subscribers ! Lest January notices were sent to all partios in arrears and duo Tho Journal oil sIbseription and othorwiso. These notices includod indobtoJnoss of 19')1 and 1902. Mr. W. L. Mathony is still with the Journal and in charge of tliese unttors and will bo pleased to havo all who have not complied with the request to settle embodied in the said notices to call on him at 'T'lo Journal oflice, in the Antlho ny brick building, at the rear of W. T. MoFall's storo and araange such indelot elness at once. A prompt conplianlce will greatly facilitato us in placing and keeping our business in proper shape, Rtespctfully, T. J. MAU[1DIN, Pub. 'Th'e Journal. Local and Personal. -D. F, Hendricks left Satur day for a visit to Charleston on business. -Samuel Curtis, from up on Keowee, entered the Graded School Monday morning. -Miss Essie Earle returned home Monday from Washington, D. C. where she s penta very pluas ant WeeK during the G. A. R. ex ercises in that city. -The enro...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 23 October 1902

The People's Journal. PICKENS S. C. .FWA. A Picture... nY 11. A . 11o5a1ERH. oooooOOooooooooooooooooo Outside was the cold, gray twilight of a winter's day. I3ut, insitio the great stone house was warmth and cheer. In the luxurious comfort of her favorite library corner a woman sat gazing dreamily into the red embers of the ''rett 1re. Afarian i,ced was one to whom all the comforts and luxuries of the worl lhud been granted. - The golden spoon had been hers from her birth. As she sat looking into the embers she sawI not the red coals at all, but her eye was tilled with a pictule which hadl t stirred hier hteart that afternloon as she inad wanidered thurough one of the art gallet 1eS of tile great city. Aimlessly and with the languid air of one sur feited %ith the beautifil things of the I earth, she hal drifted, as she often did, Ihroughi the :relit corridors filled with the fruits of clever brains and i uunuinig hands--thc art of the old I masters and the att of those struggling to...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 30 October 1902

THE PEOPLE'S JOURNA VOL 12.-NO. 37. PICKENS, S. C., THIURSDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1902. Au Ex-Confe(leratc Teilsr Abou the Chunges and InuttdulgeM 11 Reminiseences of the 01 City. Anderson Daily Mail. Richmond on the James! What t world of memories come crowding t< the front at the mention of that his toric name so indissolubly interwoven with the , most momentous events ir the history of the country. How it re calls to the memories of the men and women of the '(hos, who are yet living, the story of the battle, the;,siege, the bivouac, the long and tiresome march the hospital and sickness, wounds and death. What tears and heartaches arc wrapped up in the very name of lHich mond. One can stand on the top of the capitol and take a bird's-eye view of the scene before him, and look in the direction of the battlefields, and it does not take a great effort to imagine the phantom hosts marshalling for the confliet, to hear the boom of cannon, the rattle of musketry, the rebel yell, and the sho...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 30 October 1902

The People's Journal yyutTali: EVH'tY WE-,NElAY MORNINO. T. J. MAUL,DIN ..........Editor. W. 1j. MAT ENY..........Bus., Mgr. Subcriptiou $1.00 Per Annum. Advertising Rites Reasonable. Ftored at th Post Olico at Pickona a end.en " lass4 mattor. PICK ENS, S. C.,: Tiurslay, October, 30, 1902. The Special Report of the Grand Jury. We giye this week a completo report of the Grand Jury made at the last term of court as a final present ent. 'T'his report includes the report of the special connit tee of that body appointed at the Mar1-chl term to (xanio in to the staitus of affairs and report on the condition of the various county of tices. This sypecial presentment of the Grand Jory deals with the matter of the Troasuror's office, os pecially in Fo far as the adminis tration of thi last two yoars of the late Treasur,, r Y oungblood's term are concerneed . It is exhaustive itid presents the view of the Grand Jury as a boc,dy on the unfortunate state of tmings developed in that office at th'...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 30 October 1902

The People's Journal. Local and Personal. -T. J. Mauldin has been con fined to his room with grip this week. -Dr. A. B. Wardlaw'will be in Pickens Monday and Tuesday Nov. 3rd and 4th. -The Public School will open at Roanoke on Monday Nov. 10th, with Miss Eva Neal as teacher. -Sheriff McDaniel, and daugh ter, Miss Pauline, loft T'uesday to attend the Stato Fair at Columbia. NOTICE ! All persons having left deeds, notes accounts, books or other pa per8 and evidences of indebtedness in the hands of W. F. Biassing ame for any purpose are requested to send or call at my residence and get same. Respectfully, W. T. FIELD. NOTICE ! The stockholdors of the Farmers Publishing Company are hereby called to meet in annual meeting at Pickens Court House on the fourth Saturday in November next, the same being the 22nd day of November :102. W. T. FIELD, President. Don't Fail to Vote. The Republicans have nomina ted their man for Congress mainly with tho hope of giving the deno cratic nominee some 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. — 30 October 1902

The People's Journal. PICKENS S. C Ilefore the Leave Taking. The season at the national capital was at its height; the whir of fashion was in the air, and it seemed the so. cial question would if possible absorb the political one. K street was crowd ed, for it was "Cabinet Day," and two members of the President's olfcial family resided there within a square of each other. "Somne people just think they are en joying themselVes," Richard Stacy ox claiimed, indicating with his cane the stream of callers pouring into the Sec retary's door. "They are not after pleasure," iar vey Johnston replied, smiling, "they are following the band." The two men had walked into the street together and stood in front of .J1ohnston's home watching the scene. Oh, vanity of vanities, IIow wayward the decrees of fate are; How very weak the very wise, flow very small the very groat are, Stacy quoted-following his friend into the house. They left their top coats in the hall and went directly to the library. 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. — 6 November 1902

VOLE 2.EOPLE'S JOUL _ VOL 12.-NO. 38. PICKENS, S. C., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER GROVER 'CLEVELAND ON PRESENT ISSUES. TAlf II FF RW F VOI M II IS TII K4llH' le Makes(C a1 Political Specclt IFor the FirMt. Time Since lie Went Out of 0111cc. C Ex l'residuent Cleveland spoke at a political meeting held in Morristown, u N. J., a few nights before the cam paign closed, and special trains brought i hiln(lreds of people from other towns u and cities. As it was his first political a speech since he left the Whito House six years ago, his (icliveranccs are in toresting if not important. Mr. Cleve land said in part: "I am especially pleased to learn st that talrifT. reform has been made the f principal issue in the canvass you have it in hand. Never within my observa- n tion or experience has there been a t time when this should be more earnest ly, persistently and honestly prebsei s upon the attention of our countrymen f than now: 8t " Of course custom dutios must Con- ai tintue to be the source of ...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 6 November 1902

The People's Journal. rumaxEi) IiYBMY WICINESDAY MORNINO. T. J. MAULDIN .............Editor. W. L. MATIENY..........Bus, Mgr. Subscription $1.00 Por Annum. Advortising Rntes Reasonable. RiCnterod at the Post Ofice at Pickens as second-class matter. PICKENS, S. C.,: Thursday, November, (1, 1902. Soll your cotton at home, and trade with home merchants. This is good business. *. The col strike is over and fuel prices are coming down within the range of an ordinary man's pocket. * *a Ootton keeps rolling into Pickens because Pickens, even without a cotton mill, pays prices that bring it here. Our buyers are live mi -they pay the top of the market. *5* Let every farmer and every bus iness man lay the foundation broad and dep for a truly success ful year in 1903. Now is the time to commence if we have not al ready begun, and every day that breaks with cheerful sunshine or comes with rain should find us bus ily making ready to take advan tage of the good things to be of fered to us in 1903...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 6 November 1902

Th4. a eople's Journal ers ! .re -.. sent to il parties in arrears anu u u. 2ho Journa on subscription and, otherwise. Thew noticoes included indebtedinoss of 1901 and 1902. Mr. W. L. Matliony ja still with the Journal and in charge of these inettori and will be pleased to have all who have not complied with the request to settle - ~hodied in the said notices to call oin t at The .Tournal ofice, in the Antho brick building, at the roar of W. T. ?all's store and araange such indot. )s at once. A prompt coinplianeo groatly facilitate usiu placing and ing our business in proper shape, Re"spectfully, TV. J. MAULD)IN, Pub. The Journal. Local and Personal. -Dr. W. F. Austin will be in Pickens Nov. 1.1 and .12. -Wade C. O'Dell, Magistrate of Liberty, was here Tuosday on bus iness, -At Pickens, C. II. precinct Wyat Aiken received 150 votes for Congress and John Scott 3. -Miss Anita Ambler arrived at. home Monday from an extended visit to Washington, 1). C. and Richmond, Va. -Mrs, Dr. Webb, ...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 6 November 1902

The People's Journal. l PICKENS S. C. 'TC Lass o' Jericho. It Bu (;e(n. Chtarles Hiuu. i t'There's many a slip 'twixt the cup and the lip," said the division superin tendent, reflectively. "Yes,'' said Mr. Harvey, the veteran conductor of the road. "It was only u a sill) that spoild t,be biggest combine t I ever ran foul of." And the story is worth the telling: The night the fast express stopped at I anccwood long enough to let off a pair of passengers and take on a brace of tIramps, the former stowing then selves in a hotel 'bus and the latter on the front platform of the postal ear. They were already thirty minutes be hind time and to make matters worse a red light swung on the draw. The two tramps slid off the front steps aud down the emlbain kment and both en gineer and conductor, foregathering at the cab, blew oif a little on their owl Si account.. It was then ten minutes past I i and they were past due at Jericho, tell miles beyond. t "t Who were those two snoozers, any how ?"...

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 November 1902

PRO1BARE'S SALE. .R..A. (Dnoe_n3 Ad l1it,rat v of th1 Estate of leese BoJien, g>, De ceased, .'lintaff, ag+.iSt John Y. Bowen, Lawrence 0. Bowen, Plokeni Bowen, W. T. Bowen, 0. WY. Bowen, Reese Bowen, Martin It. Blowen, Martha E. Nimmons, Nancy E. Nininons and Rebecce A. Allgood, Defendants. By virtue of -a decree madle in the above sta.tetl case on the 30th day of October, A. 1). 1902, 1 will sell to the highest bidder on salesda.y in. Decein ber next, at Piekens Court, Rouse, during the legal 'hours of lale, the following real estate, to wit: All tha.t piece, parcel or tract of land bounded by lands of W. T. Field, Reese Bowen, Jr., MeDulie Farter and others, contuining two hunidred n11(1 twenty-two (222) acres, and lnown as the Reese .1owen, Sr., home place. Terms: One-third cash on day of sale, balance on a. credit of one and two years, wit'h leave to the pur -chaser to antleiipat.te payment. Credit portion to 'be secured by b ond of the, purchaser and a, nort gage of the pre...

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 November 1902

1231 i. '1'. 3ryant, Constabl... .......- - - - ........... ...... 4 1232 J. C. Jennin.gs. et, .tl., GuardlngCorpne .. ...... ............. 1 ( 1233 Andrew fluckstone, et al., Digging (rave.. .... ...... .... 1 0 T234 WY)11 11fg(ood, et al., l)ress.ing (,orpse........ ...". ...... .... .10 1235 Alonzo. Pace, 1au nli g corpsI......... .... .... ... .... - ... 1236 Piekens R. R. Co., Freight. &'.. . .... .--- - ."". ------. 7 1 1287 Pepples Joutrual, .Advertisipg ..----- .. . . ........ 50 0 123$ PVA. (antt, Wood .Cuur't .Hvue...... .-.. .. - . - -. 3 . 1239 .L Tr..Julianu, F ixiug St ee.. ......... ---- .---,.... ---- -.--- 51 1240 E. Foster rKeith, .Stioner .... l...... ... - - --n.. .-- - -- . 1241 J. M. rddle Road Work ..... .... 1 1'242 E. F1. Keith, On Sa ary .......... .... --- --. --- --- ---- - . . 1243 Peter Gritlin. (leaning Out l'ri\v. ----- .--- ------ - .. -------- 5 1244 Elliott W\'illia 'm s, Luni l"er ........... ...... .... ...... - . - 1 0' 1245 Ervin \tiles, Ro...

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 November 1902

1231 W. T. Bryant, Constabl.. ......--- ---- -... .... --- --.. 4'0 1232 J. C. Jennintgs, et al., GualrdiugCorp>se .. ...... ......- ....... 1 00 1233 Andrew I1uek14tine, et al., 1)gging Grave.. .... ...... .... 1 0 T234 Wll Ilaego od. et al., )ressing (.orpse.. .... ...... 1 01 12:35 Alutnt. 1'P ce, hauling Corpsc*......... -.. - - - . - . - -. - - - -. -.. - --- 1230 Piekens R. R. Co., Freight. &c... 7 16 1237 Pe9pple Jo\irnl., _Advertisipg. ..Q -O 12z3K WV . (iantt, W\oud .Ctaunt .Hiuuse.. - -... - .. - ... -... -.. -: 3 1239 J. T.. Juliaxi, .Fixiug -ttove.. ......... .... .. ,.... .--- .... 50 1240 E. Foster Keith. .Stationery.... 1241 J. M . Friddle, Road \\ork............ .... .---- .....--- --. l 1242 E. F. Keith, On Saary" ......... ---- --- --- --- --- .-- .. t 1243 Peter Gritlin. Cleaning Out Privy....-- .... ...... --.. .------- 5G 1244 Elliott Villia'rms, 1 in1 er . .. ....... .... ..... .--. .. ( 1245 Ervin .\iles, Road Work .........-. .--- - . -- - 1-46 J. lunt...

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. — 13 November 1902

"THE PEOPLE'S JOURNAL" VOL 12.-NO. 39. IICKINS, S. C., THURSDAY, NOVIMBIR 13, 102 9 -mm nri T A T meA nv SEA ISLANDS IN OLD TIMES T1 1R'V ALT11 AN) L.UXIl OF FORMIEI )AYS. The Story 'l'ol<l 1By a Strvivo of the Wreckage CaItSsIl b y Devastatinug War. Col. Miiddleton St uart, of Texas, at old-tine Southern gentleman, wa born suventy-two years ago in the towi of Beaufort, S. U., the social center fo years of the wealthy Sea Island cotton growers. As this once famous suctioi of the Soutlern cottion belt 11115 beer generally ovcriookel by agricultuia, writers of today, a (ialveston News correspondent, re(luestod (Jol. Stuart to give him a brief account of the Sea Islands of South Uniolina, where the best and happiest years of his life were spent,. Cof. Stuart said: '1 lived on llilton IIcad, one of the best of those islands. It is soic seventy-ive miles seutiiwest from11 Charleston. Ol hor adjacent, islands are James, I;uist), F'enwick, St. lelena, Coosaw, Lady's, Port Royal, Paris, ...

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. — 13 November 1902

PUl MUHD NVB1RY WEDNICSDAY MORNINO. T. J. MAULDIN ............. Editor. W. L. MATHENY.......... Bus, Mgr. Subsoription $1.00 Per Anuum. Advertising R'itos Reasonable. E:utorold at the Post Olico at Pickos as Soecond-claiss matter. PICK1ENS, S. C.,: Thursday, November, 13, 1902. In the preparation of a few acres for the wheat crop in 1903, the farmer takes wise forethought and begins the making of one of the most profitable and timely crops grown on the farm. 0** Every dollar saved and put away, during theso ilush times, moans a dollar with big inteiest added next summer when things are to be bought to keep the farm business going and the household supplied. On Monday, the first day of December next., some valuable tracts of land will be sold by the Probate Judge, Sheriff and Clerk under late orders of Court Look over the advertisements on di(lrent pags of the Journal for doscription and got ready to buy if you are on the lookout for a home. If' you want, to encourage friend. ly rela...

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. — 13 November 1902

The People's Journal. Notice to Subscribers 1 Last January notices were sent to all ] parties in arrears and duo The Journal on subscription and otiorwiso. Theso notices included indobto iness of 1901 L and 1902. Mr. W. L. Mathony is still with the i Journal and in charge of these mattors and will be pleased to have all who have not complied with the request to settle embodied in the said notices to call on him at The Journal ofllco, in the Antho- L ny brick building, at tho rear of W. T. McFall's store and aranugo snob indobt ednoes at once. A prompt compliance will groatly facilitate us i placing and kooping our business in proper shape. Respectfully, T. J. MAULDIN, f Pub. The Journal. Local and Personal. -Dr. W. F. Austin will be in U Easloy Nov. 18 and 19. -Rev. 0. M. Abney filled his I regular appointments Sunday at n Bethlehern and Pickous. a -Dr. A. B. Wardlaw will bo in Pickens Monday and Tuesday Nov. 1 18 and 19. -Ethel, the oldest daughter of Squire W. L. Jenkins is critic...

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. — 13 November 1902

The People's Jiournal. Notice to Subscribers ! LaQt Janunry notices were sent to all parties in arrears and due The Journal on subscription and other wino. '1'heso notioes included indebto ines of 1901 and 1902. Mr. W. L. Mathony is Atill with the Journal and in charge of these mttors and will b ploasod to have all who have not complied with the request to nettle embodied in the said noticos to call on him at The Journal oflico, in the Autho ny brick building, at tho rear of W. T. McFall's store and aranugo snob indobt ednoes at once. A prompt coiplianeo will groatly facilitate us in placing and keeping our business in proper shape. Respect futly, 'T. J. MAULDIN, Pub. The Journal. Local and Personal. -Dr. W. F. Austin will be in Easloy Nov. 18 and 19. -Rev. 0. M. .bney fillod his regular appointmnents Sunday at Bethilehei and Pickens. -Dr. A. B. Wardlaw will ho in Pickons Monday and Tuesday Nov. 18 and 19. -Ethel, the oldest daughter of Squire W. L. Jenkins is critically ill with pn...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
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