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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 10 January 1895

'The People's Journal 0 VA I'I a"3. Miss Cora w n is visiting rel atives at Dauville. Nena Spencer has been appoint. ed postmaster ft Farr's. Miss Millie Foster, daughter of Rev. J. E. Foster of Olga, visited relatives in town last week. Messrs. Shirley and Mc~ravy, of Liberty, were in town salesday, and paid the JOURNAL a pleasant call. B, A. Allgood, who has been home for the holidays, returned to school at Dahlonega, Ga., last week. School Books for sale by John T. Boggs, Liberty, S. C. Will order anything not is stock, short uinj, Esq., who has a ius parents, Mr. and .L Mauldin, returned to Atlanta Saturday. Two foreigners delighted the small bo's Saturday with music from the bagpipe and a series of performances by a trained mon. key. Treasurer Youngblood receivep an official notice Saturday, that the time for the payment of taxes had been extended to the 1st. of March. See chango in the advertisement of Cox & Seigler. They carry a first class stock of goods in their line, 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. — 10 January 1895

W. W. F. BRIGHT, Editor. WHAT THEY SAY. No school over did, or ever can, rise above its teacher. For all practical and informa tion purposes, the very befst books are those of recent origm. The most admirable quality of our great American poets is the oxquisite purity of their morals. By skill in teaching I mean t knowing just what. Phould be done, why it should be done, and how best to do, Sarcam811 and ridicule too often wvith thir keen edges cut away the pupil's filf-rebpect and prove to be anynb1ing but healthful mential ..Sprgery. iir eeal It is becoming more gonorally understood, that the schools. are for the patrons and t.he pupils in stead of the teacher. Successfil , schools cannot be .un inl anly other V interest. Pupils niust not live inl oxpec- V tancy of becoming scholars by playing scholls. They should a nerve themselves to the tasks as- v sigied, * * * otherw %is we ilgailnder t race of piny, uincertain , and t timid pupils, who, )romptedml and cOlxed ailong the road ...

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 January 1895

EOP H1. PIE J R 1 N Vol_________ C. THURSDAY, JANUARY 17,18..No. All th choie st fabrics and newest styles known to the fashion world, are now display ed by ENDEL. 83, Main St. Greenville, S. C. These garments are the finest spocinmns of the taioriing art and without exception the most tastefully--made good' ever shown in Greenville, Is it not to your interest to buy where you can combine style quality and economy? This can be done at IL -1 END " ftL0 83, Main, St, Greenville, S. C. We are stoc'ied from Cellar to Garritt with every thing known to t.e 1o,4)( g trady and at such prices las will sur prise eveni th pa ;ser..by. LOOK I CONIDER E 250 Suits at $6.50 Worth $10.00 350 " " 7.5'0 " 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 land Childrens Shirts at the same proportion. And as for Overcoats, and Rub~bers. "McIntosh" Coats, we can compete with the world, in both styles, colors and prices, [lLiilTHESE GOODS ...

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 January 1895

T e Pple's Journal. T.x U.lOINSON, lit nr. PUBLISHRD BVERY THURSDAY. Subscription One Dollar a Year Entered at the Post Office at Pickens as mecond-olass matter. THURSDA Y, JAN. 17, 1895. - IINOKAMAUGA. Chickama iga did not arrive in time to begin this issue, but will start in next wook. Thoso, wyho road Chatanooga, will meet some of their old acquantancos oi the battlo grounda of Chickamaugo and will ho deligated to see thom. If you hn ''me to road Chick ,in next wook to tsy Baggs. ialer advertises to (am all stockings purchasel at his store. Senator Hoar has been unani mously ronominated by Massachu setts llepublicanis. Tho Yorkvillo, S. C., Yeoman i publishing sme interosting rem iniscences of the Ku-Klux days. - - - - # 4%- -- - - Senator larris, of Tennessee, was in Congress with Clay and Webstor, and is still a very activo ----------CANN *--- - Tho Stato Supromo Court has mustiainod the important decisioln of .ulgo Townsond that the Con stitutional 2-mill tax is not avail llo ...

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 January 1895

e.. People's Journal. LOCAL ITEMS.. Miss Minnie Kirksey began to ich school at Holly Springs last onday. Mrs. R. C. Watts, wife of Judge atts, died at Cash's depot.on the )th instant. J. E. Kinch has moved into the. ihmore house, recently vacated - Dr. J. F. Williams. Tro asurer Youngblood has given 168 tax receipts, which represent yout $23,000. About $15,000 yet imain to be collected. Sheriff McDaniel has in custody om Smith, Alias John Smith, a >lored individual, who is suspect I of being an escaped convict. Mrs. J. D. Cureton, who has eon visiting her mother, Mrs. ,add, in Winsboro for several veeks, returned home last Satur lay. Auditor Christopher ia taken 3harge of his office, and will be on iis rounds commencing at Calhoun Jan. 15th, taking returns for the fiscal year. Will Wright, colored, was com mitted to jail in default,of bail by Trial Justice Merck on the 16th instant, to answer the charge of forgery at the next term of the sessions court. John Fant, who lives in Ge...

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 January 1895

W. W. F. Bnrowr., E.r COURSE OF STUDY. During the last year, the Cour of Study of the State board Examiners vas published in th column. The County Board of Examine were requested to have the pupi graded and require tho teachers I furnish each pupil at tle end each free term with a cortifical os Proficiency so that the pup might be classed easily at the b ginning of the next term, and ni beocomnpollod to commoce at 0 samo place each term, ie at, ti first of the book. To thoroughly understand whl the Stato and .County Boards ai trying to eccomplish we wgul ask' that you re-read the Course c Study adopted by the Stato Boar< becauso "County School Cominis sioners are oxpected to report av to the progress the schools of thei various couintios aro making it the adoption of the course, an to tuis their influence in having i adopt ed." ihe grados as adopltd for Pich enf ('ounty aro oiglt in numbil asl follows: F'irst. Grade, Holmes' New Fir: Reaber, 811ato and poncil, (,rat it st reetin,...

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 January 1895

EOP~ THE EOPLE'S RNAL. Vol. 5 ** PICKENS, S. C., THURSDAY, JANUAg 24, 1895. All the ehoicest fabrics and niewest styles known to the fashion world, are now display ed by H. ENDEL, 83, Main St. Greenville, S. C. These gnrments are the finest specimens of the tai'oriig art aid without exception the most tastefuilly-made good ever shown in Greenville, Is it not to your interest to buy where you can 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 such prices as will sur prise even the passer.by. LOOK I 0NIE 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 #kI.d Childrens Shirts at the samew proportiou. And as for Ovecoats, and Rubbers. "McIntosh'' Coats, we can compete with the world, in both styles, colors and prices. 22ilTHESE GOODS Must be sold at o...

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 January 1895

People's ourmu T. C. IRODINSON, Eid (or. PU.BLISD RVIdi3rRDAY. IbstritMon One Dollar a Year Wt641 at the Post ofice it Plckens nit ond.olass inatter. T~UP DA Y, JAN. 24, 1806. Tho' Colonial records have all en transcribed in London by W. . Saindbury and are now in pos. esiou of the Secretary of State. F. M. Mixon has been electe( tate Liquor Commissioner an< ill take charge about the lst o ebruary, the expiration of th1 uartor with the dispensary. The, news, that the cotton millh re to com South, has aroused 10 citizens of Cohunleia to action Ad they will have one of then in at city. . The projectors havo al ady secured an option on their .ill site and the work on the build. ig will soon be startod. We have boon struck with i.h icent activity of the Alliance in ertain States. Why, or does outh Carolina lag? We fear sht oes; but. why? Tell us, if so, rethron ; but don't all speak ai ieo. CI't ve, too, arouse am ut on new vigor and lifo?-Cut onn Pat1111. Thio Stato Democratic Exeui...

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 January 1895

The People's Journal. LO0ALITEMS. T. W. Wyatt, of Greenville, was in town Saturday on business. Miss Florine Bolt, of Dacusville, is visiting relatives in town this week. Waddy MolakI, of North Caro lina, is visiting his uncle, W. T. MoFall. James Smith is now running the Hollingsworth livery stables in Liverty. John Welborn, of Oconee co.n tv, visited his brothers near town last week. Robert Robinson, of Liberty visited his brother, C. E. Robinson, Esq., Friday. Mrs. Julia A. Smith, of Liberty, who has been critically ill, is il proving slowly. Miss Aurie Hollingsworth went to Gainesville, Fla., Tuesday to visit her sister, Mrs. Lancaster. A child of Robert Perry, who is teaching the Crosswell school, was seriously scaldod last week. F. B. McBee, Esq., of Greenvillo, was in town Monday, on profession al business. J. H. Brown, ot Liberty, will soon have his new store completed and will move his stock of goods into it. Mariali Blakeley, i young white woman, was examined in the Pro ba...

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 January 1895
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 January 1895
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 January 1895

The People's Journal S T. U. ROBINSON, Editor. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. Subscription One )ollar a Year Entored at the 1ost. Office at Pickols t8s secotid-class matter. THURSD) Y, JAN. 31, 1895. CONG1E1N%IAN LATIM3ER'S SPEECH. Tho JoURNAL is inl reco(ipt of Congressman Latimier's speccl on the Newberry Colloge bill, and re grets that it has not space to print it for the bonetit of its readers. Tho object of the bill, which Mr. Latinior had introduced, was to reimburse the trusteos of the New herry Collego of tho ENa ingolicua Lutheran Synod of South Carolinl and the adjacent States for th1 amount ol loss sustained b1y thelmi in the injury of their college cdi fico at Newherry. In showmIg tle itetit of tlhe bill mnd th' just de IIand of i le i rustecs, Mr. Lal mo0r presetl'd scilt inItroisting facts. The collego was built in 1859 it a cost of $18,00 and the sum111 of $2,000 wias oxpoiIded for furnishing it. It wls etquipped wvith clo-mlical a1pparaltus anid had a librarIy of five tlo...

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 January 1895

e People's Journal LOCAL ITEIMs. , Mrs. A. B. N. Folger visited rel ves in town this week. Monday Morning the mountaina 3re beautiful and the distani ie were covered with snow. The Easley Democrat has noini nated Maj. D. F. Bradley as a del gate to the Constitutional Con. ention. Qounty Supervisor Hendricks 3 having a fire place put in the 'robate Judge's office. It is much ieeded this winter. I The Nicarsguan Canal bill, with overal amendments passed the lenate on the 25th. It will now :o to the House for action. Auditor Christopher will finish us tour of the county Friday and kfter the 1st of February will be n his office to take returne. Married, on tjo 16th instant, by '1ev. J. E. Fostor, at his residence, 4r. Ben Findley to Miss Mary immozs, all of this county. Dr. Riley met his regular ap yointment at the Presbyterian -hurch Sunday, and the exercises fvere interesting and profitable. Married on January 23d, Mr. Tolin Wimphey to Miss Milley Rendrick, all of Dacusville. J. A. Ro...

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 January 1895

COURSE4 010 STUTDY. (Coucludod.) It is Oxpectod that the teacher will givo oral instruction, object aund observationl lossons on color, form, sizo and weight, local or lioio geography, placo, direction, distaneo, lualitios, plants, tho hit man ll body, animals, insects, min orals, number writing and lotter writing, languago, morals, man nors, civics, drawing and music to ill pupils of all grados. On account of the financial Con dition of tho country, all pupils may not bo able to supply thom sAvOs with all that: may bo neoded. Tho trustees aro oxpoeted to fur nish each school h1ouiSo with good and suflicient blackboards. The teacher is expected to lIroparo and uso such charts as are a-lapted to his needs. When he pupils aroable to fur nish theiselves with Heath's Out line 11maps, the Board would re conimien(i their uso in Geography and History. Owing to ile al imost; uni iversal uso of the shite and tablot for. teachineg w riting, the Board ha. omiitte'd 11le placing o1' copy-hooks ...

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 February 1895

IT- Tt - V.HE EOS JORNAL Vol. 5 PICKENS, S. C., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 7,1895. No. 4. ow, $~#'7' RIGHT 101 'Am I to make anythilng of my1) nro When thousands of the south's defend r ar giving theirs every day? Have X not ;een our bo""s 1-id dosolato? Have I not seen wy brothers, my frionds, those I have loved, those I havo played #with as' obildron, out down by either bullet or disease? For months I have 0votod myself to the care of the sick In 0o hospitals. There I learned to dread a long continuance of this strug gle. There I conceived the idea of do lug something to win success for our armies by giving them an advantage not posseaodd by the enemy. I consulted one high in rank. 'How can I give my life to the best advantage?' I asked. 'In the seoret service.' 'Point the way.' 'Do you know anything of telegraphy?' 'No, but I can learn.' 'Go and study a month and then come to me.' For a month I studied night and day. I learn ed to read words from the clicking of the keys as readily as I ...

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 February 1895

The People's 3oiurnal. PUBLISHED VERY THURSDAY. bia or Subscriptiol One jollar a Year 1 Eltered at the P Oflice at Pickens as tio acconid-class iatter. cot -' - -nI.;iu Y', IviaI1. 7, 1 8 ). st a at JSMII Al FAI1E EY. of T1o News and Couri( r imterview- t (d Gen. Hugh L. Farley on the 2d T1 instant, ald, as is clarlactori3tic th, of the (1eneral, he put himself on til record inl a clear and forcoful . Stitemient. Gen. Farley freoly .X pressewd his viows on tho (h of the forty and intimated th.at-i, m might Iavo boon the col ftigur t in that galaxy of patriotl hi i thr lnovemneiit was ill its ililli''ll j ey anld emlbryonic stato. I H i ) - thorolglIly inl symtlihv %iut pur pose ' n d i9 ver.Y ii' jnIll o good results, but does n)()( I any phml to et 0 ()IOl)](' (,r 11m1 elect d1e1aleite -:uch C: forty tlink shoulml t2,o to the tittional ..ti n. Tm: Vt iu. u has not i yN j a F..\ of tfi , m voil''lit W \ Ims IwiIl U ! tuIting !, and tical ben'th it w ill conf11,4er1 (1n 1! eo dL. of ...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 7 February 1895

he People's Journal. LOCAL ITEMS. 1. J. Lewis is on official busi is at the U. S. court in Green. le. Oreasurer Youngblood wrote ty receipts Monday for the tax rers. D. Ratterree, of Chester, was town this week, visiting the iily of Dr. Cureton. 'arties having claims against county should read the notice County Supervisor Hendricks ,his issue. Lev. R. P. Franks, of the South olina Methodist conference, I at his home in Lowndesville the 25th ult. 'he public school at Hagood ool house will open on Monday, 18th instant. Mims Terza 1hes will teach it. little son of D. W. McDon ., wlto lives near Easley, had leg cut to the bone Friday, te chopping wood 10 mailing lists have been scribed, so if yoa fail to get . paper notify us, as your o may have been overlooked. uditor Christophir has takon ) returns and will bo in his 0 to finish up the business. ,r the 20th of this month, 50 ent. penalty will be added. Lrties who have been having chicken coops in their abors yards, had better look or ...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 7 February 1895

For somo reason or ()ter, the funds nocessary for th School Commissioner to bogini solling books will not bo aviilablo until noxt year. Unloss tho school rooms aro much bottor than for mierly, it wi I o be necossary that tho pipilsihvo b10hooks aind where no one keeps them for sale siflicien1tly near to bo convoment, it woulId be w0ll for the trusteos to order a supply anol kop thom on hand until the fnids becomo availalo. Aro you carrying your pupils from the known to tho unkIowN from the near to thl remte froi tho particular to the geler l-Why? Wanted-A ricles torihIiis Col!umn on school Libraries, on tealinw: Ethics, Mu11sie and] Civics, cqs(ix. ly tho lattor. If wo ar(e ) 1beli eVC tho nowspapejr !, riots 1 ' etn ' - qy1--1-w1ouIld such he 1t4 vnast. if the peop) had 1o 1 manalI1ged iileo ty wer'e chid i r at. 1)ome and sell1 . .IIere ar. a fi\, (11:4 .! it % V0(1t ' 141, as i .1''43 to dH4A.' 'Shuild a pn'opIrl N, h~o made a cnii: le yn the righ t of s1 irr4ge ." a vpol1 it en ...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 14 February 1895

* * THE PEOPLE'S _ _______ VoL 5. PICKENS, S. C., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 4,1895.N NaisR~i6/MM AT.r AUTIMO COPV R10G daied not leave2i m, lest he might l and him again--she boy groped arou for awhile looking for the road. ItNi Of no use. Go where ho would, tb were only stumps and grass, every h4 low being filled with water. He thought of Jydig down in a fou corner to sloop till morning. But lie not like to do this, for fear that, oi lasleep, ho would not wako up till l1 jtho next day, and then the south< ,army might be away from Tullahon with all its stores, and perhaps th< ,woro a great many othior advantaF they would gain that caused Jak'y, 1 iug a good Union boy, to winco, thou he could not name them. But the seemed no alternative. it could not more than two hours before daylig 'would show him the road, and lie r luctantly concluded to go into bivoun As lie was looking for a good, broni flat rail to stretch himself on, Tom p his nose over his shoulder affectionate and rested it ...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 14 February 1895

The People's Journal T. C. ROBINSON, Editor. )VBLISHBD EVERY THURSDAY. Subscription One Dollar a Yeat Entered at the post Ofilce at Pickens a segond-class miattor. THURSDAY, FE3. 14, 1895. UJNLIYCJ, BUT STILL MoP FUL. While there is n1o one in th State that has a higher regard fo the honesty and ability of Ex-Gov ernor Tillman, yet we think the he has made a great mistake i proposing to carry this State int any other party except the Dem oratic party, and for one we d not propose to wink at any suc arrangements. It is true there ax any number of people who ha, their baggage packed and ready i start any where that he might sa go. There are others who havo n love for the Domocratic party ( Tillman either, who are anxiou's t< do any thing that woild disrupt it. They are also ready, cockod and priied. This is the class T'l E JoU RNAIL calls Roforinors-wo call them, Popiulists. Wo aro cortainly not ill sympathy With I their wishes, nor have wo ever profoused to be. 'liey are a dangero...

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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