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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 14 February 1895

The People's Journal. LOCAL ITEM. d .b Dr. W. F. Austin will be at Pick- d ens court week. 0. T. Miller is teaching a flour ishing school in town. It num bers 44. All advancing. Auditor Christopher is receiv ing returns quite lively, consider ing snow storms and blizzards. Miss Eliza MoCaslan left Clin- t] ton a few days since to accept a tl position in the city schools of Co- a lumbia. ti Miss Melanee Thornley, who has been spending the winter with relatives in Anderson, returned last week. The Secretary of State has is med a charter for the Lockhart Wills, capital stock, $50,000 rohn.C. Carey is one of the direc tors. t: Mr. J. D. Morgan, who has been ai n the mercantile busiless for sov- fi iral years at Mile Creek, will at an T )arly day move to Central to sell w coods. Rev. J. E. Foster and entire S: 'amily except two children are P sick with pneumonia. Mr. Foster ti is dangerously ill and there is lit- h tie hope of his recovery. B F The Greenville News of -the 7th tF inst., s...

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. — 14 February 1895

W..> .W.F * - There was thirty Stato teach ers' a;ssOciatiois in session during Christmas wook. The text books will cost Chica go $50.000 next year. The school fund of Massachu setts ainounts to $3,775,548. Forty per cent. of the children of California live in cities of 10,0 iwlhiabitanItS and over. What would the school boy, #nd pono oldor boys, perhaps, of today (10 Iith the rule in "Practico'.' in arithietics roioibered by many a man of to-day: "Deduct tie tare and trot, divid9.lo sttle-by 168, ond the quotient will be the cloff, which subtract from the sut. tie, and the remainder will be' th Aftor reading tho following clip ping, in reference to the city o Anderson, which we believe is the last city or town of any size in the State to join in the march of civ ifization if it would not be well for you to do likewise. At the graded school electior last Saturday the vote was over whelmingly in favor of ostablisli ing the schools and issuing ti $20,000 in city bonds to put uj 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. — 21 February 1895

E EOPLE'S OURNA Vol. 5. PICKENS, S. C., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 21 ft AU1MOso "Wihatmakes ye thtk so?" And Rati gan changed hfs PosftiOn in his saddle uneasily. "Waal, w e uns mot her" 41 "Oh, Jakoy, please don't say WO uns," interrupted Souri. "Waial, whon wo not her outen th' reaoh 0' you uns (Souri gavo a despair Ing look, but said nothing) she talked peart nuff, 'n she knowed me, too, but when she passed mo on th' road t'other day no'th o' th' Union army sho only stared at me through her goggle eyes 'In didn't say nothin nohow. " "And what do ye suppose that was for?'" "Rookon she war in a hurry 'bout Jonmep'n 'In didn't want ter stop 'n talk or nothin." "Did you speak to her?" "I asked her of I o'd give her love ter Rate when I sor him." ..orporal Ratigan's Irish good nature triumphed over his desire to reach down and give the boy a cuff. Jakoy's coun tenance was solemn, as usual, and did not break into a smile in response to the corporal's emrbarrassed laugh. Ho opened the gate, an...

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. — 21 February 1895

The People's Journal T. C. ROBINSON, Editor. t PUBLISHED EVBRY THURSDAY. - Subscription One Dollar a Year Entered at the Post Offico at Pickens as peconld.class matter. t Ii'ISDA Y, FEB. 21, 1895. COTTON MILLS. In another column is published in this issue an interesting report by Mr. Finlayson, of his visit to North Carolina, where he investi gates the installment plan of build ing cotton mills. We comlnlend it to the careful attention of all the farmors and others mnterosted in the cotton mills. It is no lon ger a question, whetlhor millm Should bo built, t(hat is admitted by all, and the importance of these enterprisos is growing d1ily 1up1on10 I all who Ire concorned in the pro gross and material advancement of the South. In other counties of the State cotton mills ha11ve bIen built and operated with profit to the stockholdulrs and untold bonme fit to the Co1111111 co nt.ies in wliich thIey aro located. The citizons of Picko(ns cotlity have been soroly lrossod by railroad taxes a...

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. — 21 February 1895

.A. WIX PXU . Ju aIWA~ LOCAL ITEMS. Mrs. W. A. Cox was in towl Tuesday, on a visit to relatives. When in need of School Book call on John T. Boggs Libortj S.C Auditor Christopher is the ba siest man in town, and still the) come to make returns. The trustees of Town Creek die trict havo given the contract foi building the sohool house to B. L Holder. Rev. J. E. Foster is improving but will probably not be able t< moot his appoinments before th middle of March. R. T. Hallum, who has beer teaching in Gates district, ha1 finished his term and is again pur, suing his studies at CleX)5O1 F. V. Clayton, of Central Town ship, was in town Tuesday and do: lighted his friends with his g >oc humor and sprightly convorsation Prof. W. A. Dognall, of Easley was in town last week on business He has the largest school in the county and is doing some oxcellent work in the school room B. F. Robertson has just closek his Bchool in Gates district, and gave general satisfaction to al concerned. He ...

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. — 21 February 1895

To shame Drunkards. It appoars from a statement in a Russian newspaper that General Wahl, the Governor of St. Peters burg, has devised a now nethod of shaineing the tipplers of the Mus covite capital into sobriety. In order to encourage the spread of temporanco the Goveral has is. sued a poremiptory order that the namos and addresses of all people, whatever may be their rank or sex, found in the stieets in a disor derly or intoxicated condition, shall bo printed on large posters and publicly displayed at certain points of the city and also pub lished in the Official Gazette. Glen eral Wahl's procedure is only a modification of a system put in force some fitty years since by one of his prodecessors in office. Drunk and disordorly cases, whether they belonged to the up per or lower classos, woro con pellled, uin(er tho siupervision of the gondarios armed with stout. canes, to sweop the stroots for a certain imunbr of hours every morning, and the mouj iks, whether male or fomale, were ...

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. — 28 February 1895

THE PEOPLE RNAL. Vol. 5. PICKENS, S. C., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1895. N 7. AUT OR I Al (OPVRIGMT. "Coz I haiu't lko any other lilessoll gor, " rotorted Jakoy. "D'y' reckon a man what carries thU colonol's privat correspondon' air a common orderly?" As there was no gaisaying his argu mont without a seming detrimont of the personal dignity of tho brigado com mander, Jakoy held the field. CHAPTER IX. CIPHEIR DISPATCHES. It was about a week after the arrival of Colonel Maynard at the Fain planta tion. He had returned to his headquar. tors. Laura was sitting at work on soie part of the "recruit's" uniform, while the rain from a Septomber storm beat against the window panes. Souri was with her, and as Colonel Maynard was expecting orders to cross the river with his brigade the two had secured Sou ri's promise to remain at the plantation till the close of the campaign which was about to open. Souri was up stairs administering to the wants of the younger Maynard, to whom she was do voted. 1...

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. — 28 February 1895

The People's Journal, T. U. RItNSON, Eisltor. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. S Subscription One Dollar a Year Entered at the Post Office at Pickens as second.elass matter. THIURSDAY, FEB. 28, 1895. t CONVENTION MUDDLE. L Bo it remembered that many conforonce have recently boen held im South Carolina, but the most inportant anId unexpected was the one, in which Senator elect Tillman and Governor Evans on one side. and Joseph W. Barn well and J. C. Hemphill oin the other side participated. In this isno of the JOIRNAL is )Iblisled I an interview of Senator-olect Till man, i il which he states his reti Solns for attending the conference and-] what was agreod upon by the gentlemon prosent. They agreed on equal representation in tho con stitutional conven tlonl, that is, that the eonservativos shall hav hallf tho delegates in the convon tion ; and Senator-olect Tilliman beliovos that tho plan canl ho car ried out without sacrificeo of prin (iplo on either side. Governor Evans endorsos tho inte...

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. — 28 February 1895

The People's Journal d LOCAL ITEMs. 4 i Col. J. E. Hagood was in town last h week. t] Iro Married at Pelzer, on the 18th se instant, Mr. William Osby to Miss Van Daily. T. J. Mauldin, Esq., of Atlanta, B is visiting his parents, Mr. and ir Mrs. Joab Mauldin. S D George A. Cooper, of Clark & < Cooper, Greenville, was in town w Tuesday on business. 0 Oat crop is killed and many farm ers were ill town Tuesday, buying secd for the Spring sowing. Auditor Christopher is taking th returns at a rapid rate, but is not rushod so much this week. J. P. Farr, of Farr's, S. C., was (1 in town Monday oil businoss, stop- el ping with Auditor Christoplhor. id J. E. Boggs and T. J. Mauldin W have formed a partnership in tho t law business. See their card In the 'V Journal, Several Centralites were in town t Tuesday and gave encouraging re ports of the progress, whicli the fac tory enterprise is making. A petition is being circulated for tle pardon of Marion Revis, who is serving a term of nine...

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. — 28 February 1895

W. W. F. Bairaiw', E(litor. THE STATE TEACHERS' AS SOCIATION. Tle Exooutive Committee of the Stato Teachors' Association met in Columbia on the 8th in stant and determinod to hold the next session of the Association at Converse College, Spartanburg, June 80 to July 4 inclusive. The programme will be published later. Tho sessions will be hold morning and oveoning. A committee was ap pointe( to socure reduced railroad ratos. If you are a member, you will rccoive a printed programme with alit desired information in duo season. Otherwiso, watch this column and be ready to go. Tho National Educational As sociation will moet in Denver on .July 51 to 12. Tle toachors of Georgia have arranged for a through vestibulo from Atlanta and de. sire the teachers of this Stato to join thon. The rates will be chenp -watch this column. Do von teach the alphabot as it was tought fort.y or fifty years ago. if not, how (o you teach it'? You do not thinik how much you would benefit your follow teachers by...

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 March 1895

VOL________ 5___ JPICKENS, S. C., THURSDAY, MARCH ,85 (OPYRIGnT, 1894 Wne gave mm a iny wute envelopo, w] within which in a few words was con- sh centratod what may be boat expressod as B< three days' rations of desiccated affoo- or tion. tu Jakey took the parcels, and placing toi the note in his cap wont out, mounted be Tom and dashed away after his com- vo mandor. oli Maynard's brigade crossed the river a i south of Loo' ut mountain and passed B( over the mountain's face where it juts wi on to the river. His command was but se one of the many, all moving forward lie toward a retreating enemy. He marched through Chattanooga to co Rosaville, situated at a gap in Mis'sion hi Ridge. From there he was ordered for- wJ ward, entering what is called McLon- th more's cove, an undulating space lying or, between two ranges, Mission Ridge and or the Pigeon mountains. There the bri- se; gade encamped on a field soon to becomo U memorable as the scene of one of the wi most desperate, the mos...

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 March 1895

ple's Journal 1OBINSON, Edifor. D EVERY ThURSDAY.. tion One Dollar a YOM at tio Post 0111e) ait PickonIs 1 a8s mnatter. lUIISDAY, MAR1CIl 7, 1895. WHT, stir" F1111 ICY. no interview of Senat-oi man, published in tho News d Courior, has croated a sensax oil in political circlos, b)oth ai oio and in Washington. Thi lnowsa)"pers havo had a hard nut t crack and have nearly brokoi their jaw hones tr fing. Some o the dailies havo beeln trying t craunch it every day an havo ech timo failed. TI) weeklies, lor the most part, hav prudently decli ined to vonturo a opinion and aro patiently awai ing devolopments. The News and Cou rie c()rre(sp)n dent stirted t-o interview Seiufo TilIihnan in Colunnbia anlid finisl i oil the train be4twen t 1 hat plate and Chitlott.e. II was a pit y he al lowed Sefnlt'r T1tilhnan to get boy ond the jurisdiction of South Car olinla, withoit get ting li explaini tion of hlis solt)I ionl of theo politicl iIoblent in iis Sat1e. It vas harllAy fair inl Mr. 'lilinutni...

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 March 1895

The People'sJourna LOVAL ITEMS. J. B. Hill, of old Pickens, was town Saturday. Col. R. A. Thoipson, of Wm halla, is attending Court as i attorney. See the new ad. of Alexand Bros. &,Co., Greenville, and gi them a call. - There will be an all day singih at the Baptist church in Libor next Sunday. A. M. Morris went to Anders( county last week to attend the fi neral of a relative. Mrs. John Cockran, of Calihou is visiting her sister, Mrs. J. ] Newton, near town. The Methodist quarterly coi ference for Pickens circuit will I held on the 8th instant at Ruh The' white Republicans of t) county are busy, getting registr tion certificates for the colore voters. Rev. 0. L. Darant preached c excellent sermon, Sunday in ti Methodist Church to a large coi gregation. H. 0. Bowen, Esq., of Shorma Texas, is attending Court, at will r3main in the State aboi two weeks. Capt. J. A. Griflin and wife, our town, visited the latter's fath< Rev. W. B. Singleton, at Rico last Sabbath. H. B. Hendricks...

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 March 1895

ecber's Eol urg9. W. W. F. Burairrm, E4,-ditor. TWO T IvNGs TO DO. Thero is much talk in the v about elevating the toachiing fr ternity into a. tprofossion. TI most direct way to become a pr fessor is to exercise the functioi of a profession. Within their on ranks, teachors are rapidly risii to theso functions. But the pr fossions wiold a groat influom outside of their professional woi in matters with which their wol makes thom especially conversan The first of thoso matters is th At the present time there a two public questions with the grj vity :f which teachors, by virtue 4 thoir occupation, are especiall familiar, upon which, I Suppos they are generally agreed; upo which, if they would act togetho: they might wield an influence as body, t1e1by accomphislinfg mnuc good diroctly, and doing sonetlin, towards lifting their trade into: profession, Similar concerted action, ro coimmenidiig the teaching of 8101 ling upon the lines suggested b) the philological socioty, is th< most d...

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 March 1895

F E EP LE'S R Vol_ 5-__- PICKENS, 8. C., THURSDAY, MARCH 14, 1895.No9 'Ul CAT . He looked up at the woman, wl save for the pallor occasioned by ho fall from the collapsed buggy, stood al parently unmoved. Thoro was adnilri tion in tho eye of the man who gazed i her. He was astonished at the coolne with which she handed him documen that would warrant his hanging her i Two pairs of Ce8 met and clashed. a troo without a moment's delay, an above all there was about her a divir consciousnoss of having done a duty, look of triumph under defeat, that con polled his reverenco as well as his a( miration. "Are you aware," he said, "thi with these dispatches in your posse sion, and beyond our lines, you woul hold this army at your mercy?" "I am. " "And that captured with them o your person your life is forfeited?" "Cortainly. " There are people who cannot brook steady stand in one who may be natt rally expected to break down in thei presence. The general was one of thes In proportion as ho adm...

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 March 1895

fhe People's Journia T. C. 1IOB.INSON, Editor. PUBLISHED EVIgY THURSDAY. Subscription One Dollar a Ye Entered at the Post Office at Pickens secoud-class mnatter. 'T'IllS)DA Y, MARCH 14, 1895. JREFORIM POITIIcs. It is woiderful how the pool of this StIto will divid', abo tri Ies. They scom either to lI in formation or to persist in havi their own ways and plans, carri out to the lotter. The C Ions -r) tives can got togother on nothi and the same spirit has taam p< se5Sion of the Rtefor'nmers. Tlh aro three listinct factions aim the Reformers and1( each one is <I timi ned to ru l( or 11rin. It is pity, that th politicials will I allowed to conifuse 1 peoplo Ill keep up1) enidhw:is discord and 0i ility. Among the Reforwmers i lhy al Wilson areo irrevoncilable a11)(1 m (1onpIomiising towNards the Cose vatives, andl advoeate a fight to ti finlish. It cailot hw deied that got)d I(lv 1111111be of (oJiter Reforie are ill ie a l HuPn10 1 aid I n0 il dispose(d to hrust the Conservativi ...

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. — 14 March 1895

The -People's Journal LOOAL ITEMS. Miss Ellie Price, of Sunny Dale is visiting relatives in town. W. T. Nalley and family visite< relatives at Calhoun 1 ast week. Homer A. Richey matriculate( at Clemson College, last Monday. See notice to township Asbessors by the Auditor, elsewhere in thi paper. Judge Norton and Maj. Dendy, of Walhalla, were in attendanc< on court last week. Mr. and Mrs. A. R. N. Folger of Easloy, visited the family 01 Judge Nowbery last wook. Miss Alma Smith, of Andersor county, and Miss Lida Folger ar( visiting Miss Stella Newbery. Consult McFtill's budgot aii se what he will furnish you. H( does so much-you do the rest. J. H. Kennoinur received hii notico of appointment, as super visor of registration, Tusdlay. W. N. Hughes and G. M. Lyncl wore appointed township conimis, si'nmors by Governor Evans on the 1 Ith instant. The Books of Subscription t the Norris cotton mill will b( ->pened on March 20th, inst. Se< :iotico elsewhere. The reading public ap...

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. — 14 March 1895

\V. W. F. BRInG , Editor. lTuu1form Exiainationt for Coi suissioners' Certificates. Nnnw YoiRK STATE DEPARTMENT 0] PULIc INSTRUCTION.-SECOND AND THm aRAI)ES.. ARITHMETIC. 1. (a) Writo in both the RomI and the Arabic notation a numbo: containing two units of the fourti order, four of tho third, nino o the second, and eight of the first (b) Expross in words each of th following : 'i-191, 408, 400 008 2. Express 4 ft. Q.} in. inl (a) feet (b) rods. 3. (a) How is the d1forenco h longitude betweoln two places found when one is the oast longitudc and the othor in west. longtitudot (b) Give the steps in t he process of computing the di florence in time when the difference inl longitudO is known. 4. Requirod tho square root of 16.5. (Correct to three decima plIces.) 5. Find the timo required for i )ote f'or $180 to amount, to $188.40 it 6 per cent por annr u. 0'. Find the proceeds of a . months' note for $800 mado Jan. 11111r 7, 1895, and discounted tho day it. was made at the Frst Nation a...

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. — 21 March 1895

HEPL'S J RAL Vol. PICKENS, S. C., THURSDAY, MARCH 21,1895 No. 10. y CAT .A A A0 V i ~ * OPYIG'4r. "01 was -ridin to camhp-arter nlav in posted the relief, and comin along the road-it was the road 01 was com in along. Oi-Oi-colonol, it was so dark none of yo could have soon yor hand. before yor face." The corporal stopped and gave evidence of sinking on the floor. "Well, go on." "There was somethin black in the road or by the side of it. 01 stopped to listen. Then 01 thought some one might be tamperin with the line mind ye, 01 only thought it-and Oi called on wholver it was to surrender. Thou 01 heard a 'get up,' and whativor it was dashed off. 01 followed it as fast as ivor 01 could, oallin on 'em to stop and firin mo Colt. Divil a bit did any one stop. " The corporal paused again. It looked as if he were not going to get any fur ther. "Go on, my man." "Well, then we came to the camp of General - 's division, and I was halt ed by the guards, while what 0i had seen got ahead. So 01 l...

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. — 21 March 1895

The People's Joirinal T. c. o11I1NSON, Fdifor. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. Subscription One Dolla-i a Yea: En:tered :t t he Post Of0vo at PICkOns ii Tit-*USI)A Y, MARICI 121, 1895. ]f we ecIvOllect eorrectly it wali tlie Pickvus Journal, the ".rformi1 olr'gAl (1o that. county, which priit 1dacoun of editorial talkim1 strong gritiid agailist, tho onsdti iutional convention and wound it up1) with a ivo line paragraph stat ing that inl spite of all theso good rets'olns it had decided to support tih " y s'' sidl'. Till sai lo estii. il al'le llowspa j'lr ill its issuie for tis we'ek gives uls two adinibbl editorials (n the electiol i f dle gates to the conven'ition. T1h fir;t O1W'i I 'll ,0forme0s .Irby andt W il-Ol1 i a 4 ili ('e1Celeilable alnd i n. C-1uprounsiing-. to1w.n'ds the consorl vatives,: alild tvileate a fI-ht. to the hiish. I t111111 ho denied that a m"I., vl il1u 1inh of, oth r reftign1i. k'r' 11V ille 811 Il' ul Iii''r und arc n10t dispo 1I t !-t i1- Cose'- rv, t i v o.1 1 ...

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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