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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 22 November 1894

OOAL AM PRD, The mailing clerk Is striking krom the .Subscription list the names vf delinqueite. Some will Sa surpkised,, 1q$ e9 3ovapr.4L can not give. iem free reading any Ongor. Es e4 ems. . Rowpsmber that you can get the 1ldme and Farm akd- the People's co rnal one year for $1.25. ROLL oir HoNoR.-L. 0. Lathem, A. R. Hamilton, Gideon Ellis, H. L. Mauldin, L. G. Gilstrap, D. E. Hendricks, John Wright, J. W. 'Lawrence," Jeremiah Spear man, J. F. Wells. The above is a list of. the JOUR VAL subscribers who paid during ;he . third week in November. We will continue to publish the names )f thosa. who pay,.and each week we hope the ist will gow. At the .md of the year we will publish the aimes of those who . are two years and more in arrears, in order to let tham know that fact, and sive us the trouble of writing to eAch one of them, as directed. J. E. Keeler, of Marrietta, was in Pickens on business this week. Rev. G. R. Shaffer left for Lau. tons Tuesday to attend the annual coaferenc...

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. — 22 November 1894

"SCHOOL LIBAWNS& A few years ago the conditi of the schoofiOuses in this cou ha it would hiav .ty Was msua been foolishneuss for tiny one t have advocated a school library It is not so now. There are groat many goo(, safo, and co1 fortable houses in this county more perhaps than in ily countt of the State, the populationi al( .irea taken into conlideration. -lave the pupils of the commol e schools goo(l libraries at hoic as to continue roading and .tying while out' of schlool? ad reader look around when )mt visit, and see tle scanty slp. Lgly of goo(d books that are expec ted to onlighten and furnish food for thought of the school children. Inquiro of the young men aid women now coming to maturity, what books they have read and see if you do not, think a good li brary at each school house would h, worth more to the pupils than many times the cost to us to put it there. If you will make inquiry, you will fin( imany pupils w%hoso par. ents are niot able to supply theimi with books...

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. — 29 November 1894

* vol. 4 PICK ENS, 8. C., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1894. All the choice t fabrics and neweet styles known to the faslikoaR world. are now display ed by 14.- ENDjjuEL, 83, Main St. Greenville, S. C. These garments are the finest specimens of the tailoring art and without exception the most tastefully-made good ever shown in Greenville, Is it not to your interest to buy where you an combine style quality and economy? This can be done at 83, Main, St, Greenville, S. C. We are stocked from Cellar to Garrett with every thing known ti the Clothing trade, and at such prices as will sur prise even the passer-by. LOOK 1 0OSIDER I 250 Suits at $6.50 Worth $10.00 350 " " 7.50 " 11.00 250 " " 8.50 " 12.50 175 '- " 12.00 " 16.50 275 " " 15.50' " 20.06 300 " "16.50 " 25.00 A full line of Boys "nd Childrens Shirts at the same r'oportionl. And as for Overcoats, and Rubbers. "McIntosh" Coats, we ean compete with the world, in both styles, colors and prices. [IM-THESE G00DS Must be sold at 01100 Regard...

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. — 29 November 1894

THE PEOPLE'S JOURNAL T. C. ROBINSON, EDiTon. ?#muLnof Nvaay TuXaSDAY. Subscription One Dollar a Yea Entered at the Post Office at Pickens a accol(-class matter. DIS~PIE; AKY AMENiNMENTS. The Dispensary law will engag the attontioln of the law givors 01 this State at the prosent ossion, The criticisms of th press ai tests of court procoodings have clearly shown both the merits and tiio faults of the system, ms) the prosent members will find 1o difficulty in avoiding the troubles oncointered by forior logislatures aid Will readily shape the law to moot iho necessities and conditions of the country. The Dispensary system has pre vailed over all opposition and has c(o0o Ci stay for a good while, so it will Io'well to accept result swith resignation, ,mnd obey the law in the future. In aimending the dis pensary law dil regard should be paid to the objections of the oppo. sition ftnd colcession to their wish es should ho made as far as consis tant with an ofiocient enforcement and certain...

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. — 29 November 1894

TM A IV. . 9. 1894. jAMJNAPHS. The salig Olerk is striking from the Su scription list the names de3 juentb. Some will be surprt , but the JO LOALcan not gav thei free reading any longer. Remember that you can get the Home and Farm and the People's Journal one year for $1.25. RoX, or"~ HoNon.-.J. W. Earle, 0. L.- Henry, W. K. Lindsey, W. C. Gaines, M. D. Farmer, E. R. Porter, A. B. Chastain, J. B. Stew art, S. H. Hood, M. N. McElrathi L. A. Gantt, Labaf-Mauldin, J. L. Moon, C. W. 4arrison, W. E. Smith, R. Duke, J. H. Payne. The aboves. is a list of the Jous NAL subscribets Who paid during the fifth week in NoVember. We will continue to publish the names of those who pay, and each week we hope the list will grow. At the end of the year we will publish the names of those who are two years and- more in arrears, in order to let tham know that fact, and save us the trouble of writing to each one of them, as directed. Julien Brue, of Anderson, was in town last week. ' W. M. Roper, of 0ontr...

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. — 29 November 1894

W. W. F. BR~owr.EdItor.. There is evidently a misunder standing of the following act, car rying forward tho balances duo and unexpended for each school district. Trustees sometimes act as though they must spend all that has been apportioned to them, thinking perhaps, that. if not spent it would be re-divided the next year. Such is not the case, how ever, here is the act. "That it shall be the duty of each County Treasurer to carry forward all sums in his hands collected for any previous year or years for school purposes and unexpended to the next fiscal year and credit the same to the school districts respectively for which it was ap portioned." As soon as the Auditor, each year, fids out the amount for tax tion S'School Commissioner ap portions or divides the amount for schools among the pupils attend ing the preceeding year, enters it on his books, motifies the chair man of Board of Trustees the amount to his district, also noti flies the County Treasurer. If at the annual settlem...

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 December 1894

b 4 4 A - PICKENS, S. C., THURSDAY, DECEMIBER6,19.N4 *V-O-L....S..:.. -40 All the e fnwet tyOl eoi- Dy 83 These garments a -- ad without except ( .er shown .in Greenvil] Is it not to yourl1 in1 tyle quialityoud econom We are to Garrett knowL to t n t such prIse even t - 5 uits at $CI * r -3 - '' 260 " " 7 75 '- "12 - 2- - " 15 *0O " ' 16. 16* A full lifie of B roportion. -Anid as for Ovec< we can con gete, with t g riESE GC less of prolith ~Be sur buying * e )3 - annI' -- unre aooot 4 -~FO -b I0nt.In Agency fos - TRADE U, - DESION PAT COPyRlOHTA iftorniation and freo H adbo k wr * ~ ~ e~y naton, takon Ottsit.bus Iabr ng - - - pu ~ tOob gli 00r9dba Are t rlaen Al*'t 1n .~ * ares' .y) '.~ .Uue Brae - lUtters. I h ...t. oreet abEics and es known to the d are n4 ..41splays 1klain St. Greenville, S. C. -0 the finest specimens of the taiorig ion the most tastefully - -made good e, erest to buy where you an combine y? This can be done at 83, Main, St, Grenvfille, S. G. tocked from Cella...

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 December 1894

T B. INBON, EDITOI. ?WMJ)Ilb ulty THUZODAY. Subscription One Dollar a Year - ntered at the ,post Oflice at Pickens as second-class matter. F f GOVERNOR TILLMAWS MESSAGE. Review of 1he Pst, Reeensaf3men diontmas fe tle Fest arnie. WHAT "RrNFORM" itAs ACcorLismnD-'tin DivMION OF Ifi WHITE PROPR OP THIR STAI--Tue IAVD CH AnOnS OF FaAvD AT TR INRCENT ELaCTlN-HOW THE CoN STrUT'ToNAlt, CONVENTION XUST 93C MAN AIED--A DEFaNCE OF TIE DiSPENOART IAW ANI3 ITa ADMINISTBATION-TH DAB. V.INIrrON TRoutLms-THEu DisoRavIZA TION OF TI MILITIA--DUCATIONAL IN' STITUTIONS bUeT COONOMIMr-LONOKS ANT INCOWI' FROM PIoaPIIATs-OTHYn MlATTEnIS. Gentlemnsou of the Ceneral Assembly: I herewith present to your honorahle bodies thie my fourth and last annual message. Since my indiction inte office, four years Fage, the Admiristratiou of the Executive doeparttent ba loon beset with difficul ties. Complex problemia have forced then selves forward- for solution; reforms of a radical nature have been accomplished.; ab...

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 December 1894

T, Dsi .4' 6 a l , 1a 6 l. I0CAL PARAGRAPHS. !otion ( 6. longres niet last Monday. V. T. Me* U is having a well in rer' of his store. 'heOlemeoun collego eadets are Wheir vCosition' ow. is. now Gov.inor Evans. He inaugurated Tuesday. hi Baptist . State Convention iI met next year in Greenville. 'he'editor is in Columbia this o attnisding the United States Iiss. Alma Kay left Pickens last aday to begin to teachl the 'Si* e school. :4totney Geneial Moh anan I'pteo1ably succeed'Judge Fraser h1 9d Circuit. Tothing has been said or done to this time about electing a [td States Senator. . 3. E. 1oster preached a y able end interestiog sermon -Wooni' last Sunday. Kr..and Mrs. Jno. L. Thornley irnod last week from an exbon trip to Andefson. Gev. . R. Shaffer and family I leave -his week for their new ao at !rinceton, Laurens coun. fr. L. P. Orr -left Pickens this ik for Polser, S. C., where he I engage in the jewelry basi s. ties Lillie Bryant accompanied her brother, Hiott, are visiting it...

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 December 1894

W. W. F. BRIGHT, EJiOr. numbering on its list of alumnw more than a thousand descendants of English, Dutch and Franco set. tiers. This school was founded some years ago, is entirely self suipporti)g, and its pupils have coniplote(l siessifullY at Cape qown in the university. Do not, give too long lessons .'to your pupils. A short lesson well learned is far better than a longer one which leaves a. child with a woary brain and a confused idea of what., it Lried to learn. It is not the n-umber of pages in a text book that a pupil rushes through which proves its intelligence, but. it is th single pigo which has been thoroughly masteed.--Georgia Te'achor. A 'l'ACHlER'S DIFFICUL 'TIES. The teaching profession is ex losed to more disagreable, hi. mailiting and oxasperating experi onces than any other. Official supervision would bo tolerable evoii if severely exercised by in spector, plus chairman, pus half K dozn zealouIs membersi of com miltoo. But whein there is added o this hydra-headed...

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 December 1894

PIE E o l- . JE!EOPIJISE'S., E -R PICKENS, 8. C., THURSDAY, D)ECEMBER1 13, 1894. be an4 ~ Al' be hoice t taricsan tb.th w known to th i W Id are now display' edby A83, Main St. Greenville, S. C. thee garments are the finest specimens of the tai'oripg art and without exception the most tastefully--made good' Var sbown in Greenville, Is it not to your interest to buy where you an combine style quality and economy? This can be done at 83, Main, St, Greenville, S. C. We are stocked from Cellar to Garrett with every thing known to the Clothing trade, and at sich prices as' ivill sur prise even tht. passer-by. LOOKI UVCONSIDERI 250 Suits at $6.50 Worth $10.00 350 " " 7.50 " 11.00 250 " " 8.50 " 12.50 175 '- " 12.00 " 16.50 275 " " 15.50 ' 20.06 300 " "16.50 " 25.00 A full line of Boys "nd Childrens Shirts at the SamV reportion. -And as for Overeoa.s, andl Rubbers. "McIntosh" Coats wie can coippte with the world, in both styles, colors anl pric"s. IE2WTHESE GOODS M.ust be sold at once:Rega...

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 December 1894

- ; ~ 5 . EVERY THUESDAY. oe -o-n; One ollar a Year Post Otico at Pickens p! ;or. Dr 1EC. 13, 18t4. 1BIA DOTS. of Ilast week, the >r had tho pleasure Columbia 11n for a 'ittnessing the inter at the State Capitol. the State House we uises of the Gveneral 808sion 1111d every r for the inaugural We secuJed at good o hall of the House wvaited developments, ted the Pickens dole ught the eye of Rop >hnston, who iinme to u1s and showed Is ies. In drawilg for iens liepresenltatives I and got the fourth lid not learn which o draw, but suspect opreiienta'ltivo it John an 1old miember alni at the game befor. I seats A on the left of sie in the seco(d tier >waker's desk. I n t the vo erable Sena .into the ha11l1 of the Rlepresetitatives and ugural ceremonios be -st. The State Oflict,rit, urt judges and cireuit -el t'he hall in great. iok plaes around the ik, and the oaith of of aiinistered to Govern - Chief Justice Mlver. vins delivered his ill ,r.s18 inl his happy 1111d manner. The ad...

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 December 1894

i r MT W Hu ~hes visited is 4cIf t.: ry last week. 4\11r MiI >v Arail;-'of---EalOy, is -MiOt Mattie Hester. v. Auistin will be in Pick I instant for a few 1) 1 r i, of Field, is in 001. n) g the U. S. Court N LA It of Blaisville, Ga., STrv Miller, Noah visit to f I o rleston, t te Grand -tisement 1 , of-Libetty,'B..-0., . - r, of Easley, is a S. Court, whiph is olumbia. liat you can get the in and the People's tr. for-$t.:5. er, of Greenville, in their advertise k. See what they ars, who has been il at Leesville Fe i at home for the riffin went to Col -k to attend the U. itness in the Bar enville call on Jas. Dickson, they will - ;ht. See change in ment. irod and family, of Anderson county, family of Mr. W. his week. Singleton was in on his way home * County, where lie Vst to relatives. Sunday the 9th in residence of B. D. seph Gaines to Miss B. D. Garvin. T1. * ie1 and A. Cannon th instant a large t Fork N. 0., after >urs chase. They tes. he 6th instant at * .. the brides fat...

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 December 1894

-. id pien. * $~fes, Capt. R. S. An ders fflers and men. First Rgiment.Cavalry, Pol. W. Cauey, 48 ofcdis and men. illinan Guards, .Capt. N. N. Hayden, 47 officers anlme'n. Jacksonville Volunteer, Capt. T. J. Duonitt, 33 officers and men. Hemphill Rifles, Capt. i. R. Hiemphill, 7 officers and men. Mountville Volunteers, Capt. B. H. Pasley, 47 officers and men. Gary Evans Volunteers, Capt. Nathan Porter, 12 officers and men. Abbevillo Volunteors, Capt. R. E. (,ox, 10 officers and men. Edisto Guards, Capt. J. C. Wise, 33 oflicors and mon. Lavrenis Voltcers, Capt. W. 0. Irhy, 46 oflicors and man. It is gratifying to note the fact that many of the officers and men coniposing thoso commands were opposod to the dispensarylaw, but they did not allow political priju dice to seduce then from the dis charge of thoir duty. The first company reached Col umbia at 4 o'clock Saturday even ing; others came in during the night, and by Sunday evening. 19 companties, numbering 475 men, had reached the ...

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 January 1895

Vol. ~PICKENS.C THRSDAY, JANUARY, . t.'t ano= ur eeennnmnnn AI the choi< niewe- t styles fashioni world, eA by 83,.Mai1 These garments are the art and without exception" ti ever shown in Greenville, Is it not to your interest style quality and economy? 'I 83, We are stoc to Garrett wi known to the an ai prise even th 50 S uis 1t $6 50 IV 35i0 " '.5 250 ' " 8.50 175 ' 12.00 275 ' " 1550 300 " '16.50 ull i e ( f - f;f||rT HES2 G) )D less of profit. Be sure to a 0uying N~ovembier, 1-94. MeANHOO ror ato n r Woen .Kurain W..Duc.As oi~ 'A W. L DOUNGLASM 4PMFINCAL&KANARlOO. *3.49POLICE,s SOL.ES. *2.*l.7.98Y8AICLSBOE& Over One Million Peopl, wear hs' W. L boghs$3&$4 Et:ees All our shoes are equally satisfactory ee t fabrics and anoWnI to the ,re now display i St. Greenville, S. C. finest specimens of the taiorb'ixg e most tastefully-m--nade good to buy where you an combine 'his can be done at Main, St, Greenville, S. C. ked from Cellar th every thing Clothing trad - es as wil...

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 January 1895

thank for their sup ,I good and dull t, has no comn v'hile it has not ial support it Ang tho COnli Lisfied help Above it its ippre done ice of ights;. Jorn -ifico. "'I ~ ~ withi ,i .urt s t g10 . (Mt It A1 I lhC.lOtINAI, w bf ore its teIIal foo(, O'1t tasts of t only sucli leaving tie w Will proh !alde r - Is toi iIIke ol u t ille r is of lhe "ts that ils (11(m)l 2111(1 waiisi Ire ill wht 1. ille ! 111 011t of h Iopes Io( be i1o l hlill), byv the i." "iing linici t'uls oned withi 01don1 and 1011 N(O'I'AM3. biorSe artn is ot1 thie in oi l ie tilos fro111 mulois, a ibl yoliiig iI', Vi . Pic!kens I. the niext o held at .lfan nary p. mn., for ordur of Capt. o (dist rict nuty A lii nis C'. if., ake due Pres. n School L' at the 30k n nr * 5 , att 10 oWso. of * ~ Tia3n uxplosioln at Colliet ..-oix by sinkin . O .hn harbor. Don. 10-Sovon drow.. ... Ton persons bitton by mud dog at Mout Vernon, 0. Dec. 17-Throo perishod in flamos at G.rd ner, Mo ....Ovor 60 allors drownod dlurit galo on Paoi...

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 January 1895

LOAl ITEM. ude Alexander Esq., of Atlan tam, visited relatiVes. in town last week. T. J. Mauldin Esq., of Atlanta, visited-U Is parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joab V-uldin, last week. Rev. A. R. Fowler and family of Columbia, are the guest of Mr. T. D. Harris this week. Mr. and Mrs. J- P. Morgan, of Central, visited relatives and friends in town last week. Messrs. Cox & Seigler of Green ville, will change in their adver tisement this weect. Look out for it. J. E. Craig, of Waxahachie Tex as, is visiting his parents in the county and will remain until next fall. J. M. Duckworth and son, Lem, are visiting Mr. Duckworth's sis ter Mrs. Hattie Duckworth,at lIMor ganton, N. C., who is very ill. Married on the 22d ult., at the residence of the brides father, Mr. James Byars, Miss Byars to Mr. Riley Dodgens. Rev. B. Holder officiating. Rev. J. M. Stewart was elected pastor for Concord church to serve next year. He will preach at that ehurch every second Saturday tt 8 o'clock and Sund ay at 11 o'...

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 January 1895

to coldlict this dblumn" h intorost. of edu cation, and hope that I may havo the assistance of tho teachors of the county. No oneo knows the needs of the school room as woll us the teacher who occupies it. Is your school houso in shapo to do tho bost work you can do? Aro thoro not many obstacles to hin ior the bost work that might bo ono fo)u (eho pupils? Could you ,ot dsihl attention to thom and e/ggost a romedy? Sond communications intonded for this coluimin to W. W. F. Bright, Maynard, S. C. At tho close of R. N. lill's writ ing school at Maynard school house, tho teacfher and pupils had a "4 poko supper'' which realizod a nico .tittlo suimI to the crevdit of the library and light ftund. Go thou and do likowise. CLIPPiNGS. Tho teacher must have hoth a iear sight and a f1ar sight in toch ing, must think what the child needs to-day, and what he will need twenty years from to-day. The schools should successfully emphasize tho variety and gran deur, as well as extont of the uni ve1se...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 10 January 1895

1 . ' - - I jiL$ Ok PICKENS, S. C., THURSDAY, JANUARY 10, 1895. 2. All the choicest fabrics and weet styles known to the shion world, are now display d by NDEL 83, Main St. Greenville, S. C. These garments are the finest specimens of the tai"oring art and without exception the most tastefully-made good ever shown in Greenville, Is it not to your interest to' )w'r N-a y ) a' c )n biii c style quality and economy? This can be done at 83, Main, 9t, Greenville, S. (. We are stocked from Cellar to Garrett with every thiig known to the Clothing trad, and at such prices as will- sur prise even the passer-by. 250 Suits at $6.50 Worth $10.00 350 " " 7.50 " 11.00 250 " " 8.50 " 12.50 175 '- " 12.00 " 16.50 275 " 15.50 20.06 300 " '16.50 " 25.00 A full line of Boys and Childreins Shirts at the sain propOrtilln. .And as for Ov'ercoats, and1 RuJbers. "McLIntosh" CX'ats, we can compete with the world, in bth styles, colors and pri ces, 22iiiTHESE GOODS Must be sold at once Regard less of profit. ...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 10 January 1895

, I T eopie's Jouirnal4 . ROBINSON, .Ud1 i UED EVERYTHlURSDAY. t on One Dollar a Year te post offce at Piekens as 4 Inattor. :,8DA Y, JAN. 10, 1895. UnNA, is alwav from its -ave .0fto got -y point of tho . no ono can contribute . that direction than its mdents. In writongfortho , plelso give ia brief nc f'the interesting ovonts of zItion and (o not wound the 4 of your neighbors by any Aither expressod or imlied. be porsonil il the discus any mattor of public inter it you may se fit to writo loavo that to editors and who havo not botter sense. MOlKE ilOlDN. gross is grappling with tho ial problom and the only so yot suggestod is the issue of bonds in an iuilimitod -dvocates of freo sil is on the ial palnics, more droautu. niy yet in tho history of the .y. OPC LI'TAN POLICE ACT. )ady tho benelits of the mot Stan polico law aro felt, Citios ng to the fact, thatt the laws lan1d should ho oboyed ovon tyors and chiefs of polico. . mger are the constabulary . needed in tho cities, 110 po o...

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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