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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 1 February 1894

91 1OCAL PAkAGRAPHS We will. s9nd.the JounAr, and um iThun Kyp FAn one year for j. P. Carey, Esq., is sick with he rippe. .3M 1ia I'iker .visited friends AL tow~noday - M r. J. Rautpey of Liberty T. oe lip, is critically ill. .MiMlLidie.Tofger, of Easley, is V .i tug Miss Stella Newbory. W. T. Bryallt, of Eighteen Milo, vij.i his son, Auditor Bryant, BIery, of Briggs; made 5, 86 ands of' seed cotton on two C- er land. i .rd Jenkins, son of V. L. has gone to Pelzorto work otton mills. .R. Riley preached one of t 'sermons in the Presbyte .urch Sunday. md Mrs. W. W. Martin, of * *,ricane Township, who have oriously ill with grippe, are Dscent. uty Marshal-Roark captured .on and an ex wagon, loaded 1iit whiskey, in Anderson last week. ty Marshals Lewis, Roark nig captured a distillery and peratives, last week, on Fork in Oconee county. e, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. gs-, fell last week and broke * n-m. Dr. Earle dressed the - limb and he is doing well. . Bowen has boon appointed .aster at...

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. — 1 February 1894

"'" i~ILLANTALK COLUBIA, S. 0., Jan. 25.--Gov ernor Tillman returned to the oity today and in view of the fact that all eyes in the State have been turned of late to Washington by reason of the dispatches and letters from Senator Irby and others which have boon sent from thoro, there is a deep interest felt in the State as to the object and results of his Visit. The. roporteprs swarmod around the executive mansion as soon as they learned that Governor Till man had reached the city, and his excellency submitted to an intor view with as good graco as possi ble. "In the first place said he." I desire to stato that my visit t(, Washington had nothing to do with the prevalent discussion on the subject of a convention. I had intended to go to that city before the logislaturo mot and have been arranging my biusiress with a view to that visit. I do sired and took occasion whilo there to investigate the delay in refund ing the interest and penalties on the direct tax becau'se I folt that Oi-...

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. — 8 February 1894

_ -.---j:.' -~ - VEHU Vol 41KI____ - S. C., 81 - THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1891 3. 0. 00wM. L. X. CuwIaes. OWEN & H)IIDf ESS, Attor neys al Lawq Oct. 5, 1893. D T. J. W. NORWOOD, Dentist. Dr. W. M. NORWOoD, Assistant. Office, 88. Main Street, Greenville, S. 0. Jan. 9, '9o y 1. J. P. CARLIBLI, DenUtist Orend vkle,4*. C. Olfice over Addisl 4ee's Drid Store. DR. J. F. WILLIAMS Is nOw iH'Ml' nevtly located att pigkonet nd ofrets ha-Profesional Se-victe to tle peOUI" of ftretown and surrounding cOln. fiee and reideee at tie (rin E (Ot. 26-S:n The Exchange Hotel, GRCENVILLFJ. S. C' . . RND1RS0N, Proprietor. Esdjta IMpt*1OInts. TArgf lom' plat atteni en to CumaterCinI Travel an 'ourists. Table Fare Unsurpassed. Fine Climatethe year round. Ap. 7, 912 4. H. HAGOOD. J. L. THORNLEY, 4it L. C. THORNLEY. HAGOOD & THORNLEY BROS., U , 7ll, slaleI E4la14 U6161, Eaulo andPickens,!8. C.. pposite Hotel.) Carriages, Buggies. and Saddle Horses, at reasonable rates. gW- Your patrouage solicited. ADE ...

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. — 8 February 1894

?113!SXn NVZRY THURSDAT. Subscription One Dollar a Year. n--e, t the ostO Nc at Pickens, s. 0., as seCond-class matter. The Wilson bill has passed the 1Nouse and gone to the Senate. The bemocrats 'are satisfied with t siiae in which the Houso loft it, gut ate'. a little fearful about the oondition in which thp Senate will pass it.' Deputy Sheriff Dean, of Spar tanburg', and a posso of State Constables, mado a raid on Blind tiigers near Welford, oif the 5th instant. Crawford - Ballow was killed 'y Constablo Massey in iesisting arrest, and Perry Moore Was wounded in tho log by pistol ball. .'Ballow had two pistols ill his hands whon Massoy shot. Moore fired on the posse, when ordered to surrender. SAFE AND SERE nNAL brodalos with more Aroodoin this wook, and its fears are banished; it heard the iuttoring l of Astnmt thunder and 0xpeto(l tho storm, that was gathoring in the Sontinel oflico, to como dowin in terrific violence. '.lho JourNAL was agreeably surprisodsto soo the Sontinol 'p...

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. — 8 February 1894

14 0DA 'ERUABX 8, 1894. PARAGRAPHS. Vo 'W1 sond the JOURNAL and t4 -omb Azb FAnm one year for *106 -Ow they are feasting on strawber rieos:it .Augusta, Ga. Lent onmeoced on Vedneiday. Eastet eggs are now in order. The new moon appeared last konday. Mrs, Litzio Capehart returned hono Saturday from Gaffney's. It is now abp,ut time to think about gardoning. Our merchants have the seeds. Tho United States Court mot in Iroonville, Monday. They have a ieavy docket. A .hirgo ..crowd is expoeted a New Orleans to attend Mardi lras. The recording angel nover sooks iformation from a gravostono. .ani's Horn. The Exchango will be the head .WrAkrs for the Pickens boys, dur 1g the United States court. J. B. Newbsry is in Greonville, tonding United States court as a ror. Miss Charlotto Murff is visiting latives and friends in Greenville is week. Don't fail to read the advertise .'nt of J. E Robinson, Easley, I give him a call. 'ho County Comissioneo' court a thronged Tuesday. with parties 3rostod i...

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. — 8 February 1894

- F. BRIGHT, Em~oN MPORTANTAOT. At thelast Uiioof the Legis laturtfan Actiwas /passedrgiving any sehool district in the Stato the right.to levy and collect an extra school tax, to run the schools a longer. period than that allowed by the regular tax collectod for the purpoe. This is an important tax, s it puts in the hands of the people the opportunity of extend ingithe terms of their schools at a comparatively small cost. The Act is to be printed,'ald thousands eficopies sont out to school trus tees,- toachrsand others interestod, by the Superintendent of Educa tion. The following is the Act as pass ed, And it will be interesting read ing i 86ctionI1. Be it enacted by".the Senate and House of Reprosenta tives of thlo State of South Caro lina, now met and sitting in the General!Assombly, and by the au thority of the same; That for the r .of establishing and Imain taining graded or other public schools in any city, incorporated town or village in this State, such city, incorporated 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. — 15 February 1894

Vol. 44 ?A~i~ LASS. C., THURS DAY, FEBRUARY1,19F.N7 8OWE~N &.01iii.D11088, Attornoys at Law . Pikents," . c. Oct. 5, 1893. U11. J. W. NO-WOOD, Dentist, Dr. IW. M. Nr.nwoon, Assistant. Oflice, 88i Malu Street, Greenville, S. C. Jan. 9, '92 y DR. J. P. CARLISiLE, Dentist, Green Ville, S. (). Ofllco over Alwison& McGee's Drug Store. - J~ R. J. I, WIl,IA1S Is 110W ~ nienit~ loc i0: 'd: at l'ickenii, an' Old ' his. Prefetslona:l S'i'vieos to 'lit' peoil" of T 01 the ltown aild st4nerolindi(tg (")111111. tico anid "side'nce at the Orillaose Oct. 26-3m The Exchange Hotel, GREENVILLit, S. C . W. HENDERSON, Proprietor. bt~~sjij!I In~ U I Q. T.aryp flxmis. 3peolal attelitio to CoinrCifl Travel an Tourists. Table Fare Unsu rpased. Fine Climate the year round. Ap. 7, W 2 H. E IAU 01). .1. L. 'iIot14NLlY, Jit I,, C, 'rToR0las.1y HAGOOD & THORNLEY BROS., Liry, Food, SaleIG zoling (SSo Easley andiPickeis,!S. C.. (Opposite Ilotel.) Carriages, Buggies, and Saddle Ihorses, at reasonable r...

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. — 15 February 1894

17%' JOURNALS d. BOBI obN, EHMrO 7J}NBEED 2VRY THU SDAY. *iption One Dollar a Year. ret the Po10st-ofmieo at Piekens, S. C., its "Did'it ever occur to the intelli gout allinhc'i4 of South Carolina, if a tllird Party is procipitated oin Souti Carolina, fhat while it will bring the negro back into polities, restore the old ring-rule faction to power, and wreck tho Allianco, as was done in Georgia. At tho samo time it will give tho Cotton Plant a propinence and notoriety that it does not now enjoy, and incroaso the anbscription list of that papor. Perhaps tis. is the milk in tho -Oocoqnut." . The above clipping from tho Piedmont Headlight is very sug gestive and should causo all i a ncet men to seriously think at this time. !Who party is on the OvO (1 a 8t a Aampaign, and all questions, iot. necessarily involved, should be eliminatod from the discussion. The issuos of-tho last Prosidential election should niot bo inljoted inl to the adjustmont of Stato mat tors, and all third party tal...

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. — 15 February 1894

jfygple's Jeupel r Ir DAY, FE BRUA 1891. CAL PARAGRAPHS. will send the JOURNAL1 and OME AND FARM on year for T...Weddingbol aro rnging at ry point of the compass. change of- T. D.'-Iarrije- ad epient and road for yourself. e Cora Bowen went to Da lo this week, to take chargo qchool. e interest on the public debt re United States approxiiates - per minute. - iditor Bryant is preparing ox ions against the delinquent payers. (iss Annie Gossott and Miss Li Folger, of Easley, visited Miss llaaNewbory-th is -week. vy Mauldin left this week for. m10son Collogo, to rosumo his stu s in that institution of learning. 3overal of our prominout citi *s were registered at the Ex ogo last week, whoro they wore y welcomo guests. 'he Greonvillo Nows office was .ly damagod by fire Sunday, but till does business and makes itQ .ilar visits. T. Arnold, formerly with Iark me10S, will now be found with E. Park, where ho will be glad )o his friends. .berty Sub Alliance will moot Saturday, 17th instant at 3 ...

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. — 15 February 1894

W.W., F. BRIGIHT, Ezront. he Trustees of Ambler No. 87, Woe commissioned about th first uary, Thoy mot and select. site, wore swori) in, and in ten ays had a school houso; that's businelss. Last wook tho amod0Jiod act of 1888 was publish0o(l. Tho proviso in section 3, relating to school d is tricts created by special act, does not rolato to any district in this county, as nono has been created by special act, oxcept the towns, and nood.ho nono unloss you wish to levy moro than four mills. Trustoes have boon appointed ii all districts in tho county ama. when a vacancy occurs, it is fille' ap.early ds possible. .So far as this county is concern .?, you are ready for the occasiori ' your school does not run lon .entough to educato your childrei you have tho powe' to raiso th ,necossary money to do so. The followig extract coitaiin what you wtant to know conceri eg'g Til'chers' First rado Cert if catos." "That froim and after th passage of this act all teiacIhr school first grado certit...

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. — 22 February 1894

THE .EHOPIURs EBUR. vol. 4is PICKENS, S. C., THURSDAY, FEBRUTARY ~~4. H. 0. DoWBN. ue E' C"'"sse JJOWEN & CHILDItESS, Attorneys at Law, Pickens, S Oct. 5, 1893. R. J. W. NORWOOD, Dentist. Dr W. M. NGnwoon, Assistant. Omlce 88 Main Street, Greenville, 8. 0. Jan. 9, '92 y R~J.P. OARLISLE, Dentist Gree ville S. C. Oilce over Adson J McGee's Drug Store. D I. J. F. WILLIAMS l now perma nently located at Ilickenis, ad Offen lis-Profestdonatl Servle'is to 1 l'eP'# 0: theiwnmi and surrotundlig coun ltry. Of le* and residence at tihe Orillti IJouse. Oct. 2--3m The Exchange Hotel, . GREENVILLE, 8. 0. C. W. HENDERGON, Pjcprietor. Modern Imp rovernent. Large B'noum. Speelal attention to Commncrcal Travel an Tourists. Table Fare Unsurpassed. Fine Climate the year round. Ap. ', 91t J. . HAGOOD. J' L' THORNLEY, Js L. C. THOnNLEY. HAGOOD &o THORILEY DROS., Lilry, Toe, sale & 1o1216 NItAei, Easley andlPickens,iS. ' .. (Opposite Hotel.) Carriages, Buggies, and Saddle Horses, al reasonable...

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. — 22 February 1894

Pii'8 JOURNAL k WOINBON, EDmTo1. SusaE B avYRY TavRSDAY. scripton Oneiollar a Year. Xptered athe Post-office at PIckens, S. 0., as gebead-c ass matter. "The mouths of the administra ~ tionple aretoo full of pio now Th administration peop10 of this town have their mouths still 011), and the Sentinol cannot offor the above as an oxcuso for its failure to talk politics. The County Democratic Execu tive Committoe mot in the Court House Monday, to recommend a Supervisor of Registration. J. T. Looper was recommended to be appointed at the expiration of the present incumbont's term. R. G. Gaineu. Collector Townes has appointed R. G. Gaines, of Central, General Store-kooper and Guager. Pick one shild fool coiplinimntod in recoiving this appointmont for )ne of hor ciitzons. . Mr. Gainos will reflect credit on his county in the discharge of his duties. While we have differed with him on frac tional questions, yet wo have mot boon blind to his merits amd good sorvicos to the party. This is IIw...

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. — 22 February 1894

Ibe ge4'iJs j Jo9 e.* UURSDA.Y F UARil1'B LOCAL PAiRAGRAPiS. Wo will seid tho. JouxtNAL 1an1d 3 HoM' AND FAm 0110 year for o26. Georgo E. Boggs, of N ynesville, C., was ill town Monday. Thorm was a heavy fall of hail tho Oolonoy valley Monday. If you a1e not a living brairch u air nothing buti a dead stick. A. R. N. Folgor, of Easloy, is orking in the post-office at this aeo. The caso agaist.L. C. Reid for ogal disppsing of-.gostago s'tahui as Continued ill U. S. Cou't. Thrj vis.ost people in t1 world o those who havo) found out for .omllsol vs that. God is good. F. V. Clav0on, of ntr.1' -A ii), was Inl town lonaan any fiinds voro deligh ted to se V. N. Bolding, of Prators, Wia town Stiturday, aI(d reports hhi, lianlco lin good condition, and the( omibrship) increasing'. S. C. -MNc\horter, of Eighteen il,. va 'ill towI) Friday, aIt nd if to blsilless ill till- Aud i torI. IC 0. Elisha Mt. Aloxande.r wvascn. Aod In illo U.. 14. (,(,ll last, week, d sentoileed to- iniprisollIn oni, in...

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 February 1894

WW;. BAnGRT', EmDTon.O Th 861ool Commissionet has receivea more applications for a posibipn to teach in this county sind the first of January fromn teacbers in North Carolina, Geor gia,And other counties in the State thai here are Schools in the coun Tlie editor of a "Teachgr's col umn" in an adjoining county calls attention to the facthat at a cer tain school in that dounty all the pupils could read and write. The last report from Crosswell shows an enrollment of forty-nine, and all spelling, reading, writing, and studying mental arithmetic. - Writing should be taught in ev ery school and .to all the pupils. The pupil should be furnished with a slate and pencil the first day in school, and when the trustees have failed to furnish a writing chart, teacher should make one. Use the blackboard until you can do better. "Please let me know what day the examination will be held this Spring? also the studies?" Unless changed by the State Board, the examination will take place on the third ...

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. — 1 March 1894

H E PEOPL'S JUR Vo1. IPfICKENS, S. C., THURSDAY MARCH 1, 1894. U. 0. BoWEN. L. E. CHILDRESS. OWEN & CIII1)IlHESS, Attorneys. at Law, Pickens, S. C, Oct. 5, 1898. D R. J. W. NORWOOD, Dentist. Dr. W. M. N.nwooD, Assistant. Otlico, 883 Main Street, Greenville, S. C. Jan. 9, '92 y R. J. P. CARLISLE, Dentist, Green ville, .S. C. Ottico over Adison & McGee's Drug Store. I -J. IV I bLIA MS I n'o ntly locaintl at Pick-ns un l'Ier his-Professionll Seirvient.< to) the 104.111 ' tholtownv and smtionsthiog e -' .itt lice IL d resilence al the (rifi-' I -- 'Oct.. 20,-3n The Exchange Hotel, GREENVILLE, 8. C. -0. W..HENBERSON. Proprietor. Moern:Imp rweueit 9.-arg- Rnmus. Special attentdon to Comniercial Travel an Tourists. 'Table-Fyre Unsurpassed. Fine Climate the year round. Ap. 7, 11 J. E. H AGoOD, -l1 a.TlR it I . I. C. THORNLEY. HAGOOD. & THORNLEY BROS., Larey, Toed,. 6a1e zohQIn[e iitalo, ' Easley and;Pickuns, S. C.. (Opposite Hotel.) Carriages, Buggles. and Saddle Iorses, at r...

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. — 1 March 1894

-E PEOPLE'S JOURNAL T. 0. ROBINSON, EorTot. "UBLISHED EVERY TRURSDAY. scription One Dollar a Year. ared at the Post-oi-ico tt Pickens, S. -9 d-class matter. lie Court of Sosions convene(l ,harleston, on the 26th tilt, with ;o Townsond prosiding. One dred and forty-fivo criminal s are to b.4 disposed of, forty.. f which aro brought under the ensary law. Tho disRpentsary s will not bo handod to the. d jury, howevor, till it has fin 1 its other business. iv. J. Marion Boyd, Presidiig r of tho Spartanhurg District very suddenly, it the residonee J. and J S. Fostor, near R*i ili Union coulty, ol the "51 lie was to have hold a Qun meeting at Io Chur iturday. 10 Journal1 d n14)11 Sjot, k >f tho Cotton Plat1. 111d itb 01S aS Wo like to se loos not. f ll in line w .ith 1 the n1 Plant, wo foelr it wNill h1av' oss in Georgin."-Son tlnel. SJOURNA, CIn not forese O discuss 11111t rs 8datisfaIctor)Ii tho Sonitinel, but it denloi.s nol ing vell of the Cottoi Phint t8 opin)ions. It is truie, tlw...

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. — 1 March 1894

THR'61DAt, MARCH 1,. 1894. LOCAL PARAGRAPHS. We will, s6nd the JOURNAL and Iho HoME AND FAnM one year for $1. 25. Flourrtramps are C'obffiniel in jail irving ton days each -for 1aciony'. Or. G. W. Earle ha(d peas up last i)k-we havo not heard from in this week. fiss Josie Robinson, of Dacus o, visitod rplativos anid friends town last week. Miss Minnie Morgan, of Dacri yilo, was in town last wook, visit rolatives and frionds. kuditor Bryant's father and ther visited his family last Ak. Mrrs, Mary Bolt, of~ Dacisvillo, Sitod her sisters, M'rs. R. A. Bow and Mrs. Florenco Grilin, lest. 3k. 3o patient about your Homon and rm, and Farm News. The ordor i been sent and you -will get in one year, ofter they start. UIiss Nannio Kirksov, who is ching i flouIrishing sclol in s3loy Township, wis at h e last. 3k. ee W. C. Bramllt t's change in advertisement, an( if you anlt 1o nice Goods cheap for cash, l on him. noW to the dopth of ton in s, fell Saturday and Sund-ay. ) boys had fino sp1 ort Mo...

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. — 1 March 1894

W. F. BRIGHT, EDTOR. The patrons of the St. Stephens %'olorod school, will soon have a now school house erected near the A jite of the old one. On the 16th instant, the citizeno of Maynard School District, NO. 18, met and levied an additiolial two mill tax for school purposos' The Trustees also lot the building of the School house to be complet ed by the 1st of July. Mr. B. A. Green gave the necessary location. It is reported that the Trustees of Mica, No. 83, have lot the build ing of their School house. In pass ing one night last week, we.saw the lumber on the site and supposod they meant business. Another report says that Twelve Mile, No. 39, has the lumber on the ground and that they have lot the building. It is rumored that Lonhardt, No. 15, will soon take the necessa ry steps to give the children of that district the bonofit of the coin mon schools. Glassy Mountain, No. 31, let the building of thoir School house oin the 17th. The patroL)s furnishing the necessary material. SHA...

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. — 8 March 1894

Vol. 4.-PiCKNS, S. C., THURSDAY MARCH 8, 189. It. 0. JIow .N. 1j. . C 1.11. fOWVEN & ('illi.IDil'>, Attorneys at I. ., DR. J. W. NOlRWOO). Dontist Dr. .IW. Ml. Nurnvoon., Assmistan.Ollice, 88.4 Main 8treet, Greenville, S. C. Jan. 0, '92 y DR1. J. P. CAlRLISLE, Dentist, Green ville, S. U. Olli'e over Addison A McGee's Drug Store. R. J. F. Wi 1,1,1 A NIS k 'ow perIla nently0% located nt Plickens. anld oil'ur hi- Professilonial S.rvice.s to the peoul (it theltowI anel s y. Of flee ami residence ait the Grillin House, Oct. 26-3m The ]Exchange Hotel, GREENVILLE, S. C. C. W. HENDERSON, Proprietor. Modern Imiprovemnite. TMr.y Roo)mnS. Speelal attention to Comnercial Travel an Tourists. rnble Fare Unsurpassed. Flue Climate the year round. Ap. 7. t''x J. E. HIAGOOD, .1. to. TIIOR: IJY, .11n 1L. C. THORNLEY. HAGOOD & THORNLEY BROS., LWey, 701, Ball a 110hCnge slls, Easley andlPickens,'S. C.. (Opposite I otel.) Carriages, Buggles. and Saddle Iloises, ut reasonable rates. ia Your pat...

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. — 8 March 1894

THE PEOPLE JOURNAL T. 0. ROBINSON, EDITOn. 1V3nsIUD ZYRn tavasDAY. Subscription One Dollar a Year. Etered at the Post-ofCO at Pickens, S. ., as aecoud-clasS matter. Gen. Jubal A. Early, died at his residence, in Lynchburg, Va., ol Friday night last. LATIMER'S SPEECHI. In this issue of tho JoURNAL is published a portion of Congross man Latimor's speech on the Bland soignorage bill, and we regret that limited space would not allow a publication of tho whole speech. We have already givon our ideas concerning it, made up from re. ports in the' newspapor, but a po rtisal of the spoech itsolf incroases our admiration for the ability, pa triotism and nobleness of the man, who represents the third district in congress. He is true to the great interests, intrusted to his keeping, and is invincible in spirit, %nid the fire of administration wrath. MASS MEETING. A mass mooting of tho Roform )rs of Pickens County was hold in rIhe Court House, on tho 6th in stant. W. T. Bowen was el vhairman, an...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
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