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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 21 March 1895

The People's Journal. -- fr LOCAL ITEMS. al ze Miss Tirzah Hughes is visiting in Miss Stella Newberry. o James Bowen, of Pelzer, visited y( his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. er Bowen, last woek. at R. G. Gaines, general storekeeper fo and gauger, was in town Monday a on official business. Mrs. T. J. Jackson, of Atlanta, th is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Dr. pr J. F. Willitma, at Liberty- at co Miss Mary Allgood's school clos- lo ed Friday, and she entertained her pupils with a candy-pulling. fa Prof. J. M. Looper, of Mica, spent Sunday in town and wor- e shiped at the Baptist church. ii Friendley Cisson died at the county poor house on the 17th in- cl stant and was buried at Concord ol baptist church. He was 93 years i old. ah This week Miss Baggs loses the s telegrams she had deciphered- P1 Col. Maynard proves a friend- rti "Rats" proves his devotion-but th read it. 01 Married, at Dacusville, S. C., on le March 7th, 1895. by John 0. Da. at vis, Esq., Mr. James W. Clements to Miss Cor...

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 March 1895

PLANS OF THE 4I1VEN ' LEAGUE. Interview Wih the moatla Caroll 11nia National Oonasagteenen.- I The Instse Plainly Present 411. Bennettsville, S. C., March 12. The Democrats of South Carolina are practically solid in advocacy of freo silvor. Outside V of CharlIostoi the oppon1elts of freo silver could he counted on the , fingers of a man's hand. Such bo. ing ltecas ththere is widospread interest inl every phise of the fight for free coinago. Congressiman MeLtahrin of the Sixth District has iakein very alvainced ground in the i ght for freo silver. His al 11lam11 wals a1ppellded' to tile rlceilt" 13, issied address of t he 1 i- met al lie Lt eague and his counisel was weighty in the (elibera tions of silver's truo fritnids which procedo P its promillgat ion. As an) interview at this juncturli froml aI membeihr of the nationldt cOmUlttee of the( nlew silve(r part-y WOuld ho of gn;ileral1 iinorest, I P en11led u1pon Congref ssmanl McLa.U- 0 rin id ini(errogaitdi him as to its s alimus 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. — 28 March 1895

* *.;. ' '.- .-* THE PEiP ES s Vol.5 PICKENS, S. C., THURSDAY, MARCH 28 1895. No. 11. UGKAMAIUG By Captain F. A. MITCHEL, [Copyright, 1894, by American Proe Asso tion.) uneo pass no croe no reis sna; o hal' his daunger was ended. Ho I doaN-ieas g: zoyonu zho range ca own comrades, and now came a gr danger of meeting the Confedor pickets. Leaving the crook, he aseeni a slight eminence and made a surveo the surrounding country. All was lont, oxcopt that he could hear an o( sional sound like a distant burst laughter, or a shout from the direct of Ringold, in his front. Presently heard the unmistakablo rumblo 0: train coming from tho south. "It will pass right down there hind that clump of trees and go throi the out," said the corporal. "O won wouldn't it bo a good plan to take 'vantage of its noise when it passel slip through tho outposts. They'll Ithinkin of the train, and 01 can fol: in its wake." He advanced cautiously to tho ti beside the track and waited for train. Presentlythohea...

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 March 1895

The People's. Journal T. C. ROBINSON, Edit or. PUBLISHED EVEltY THURSDAY. Subscription One Dollar a Yea Eut(reIl :it h iIl' t Ofiic It Picf IS t dolr11. ier fisii in, if .v 11-4111 4-iar , till Ill "rAs sh. .\11111.11 coni - -eIv riI . 1- l'"I", rii. - Ill A l. N o sp - ala I tiOrl i r ia I t A I l I 'llreiil :d - lItiser. Al n h uts tke t -rin f 1-; (aII -4 11~' I~aII p iii 4 i I 14 i1tI i . ni L oii -o . flhat, )I t h ith 1quen in L Z1 011 Il 1 I!:. I t I' I cld a-se' .I h. I IAY r thC i .I n I . i-. ' r :, ~ ln ua ll to-) 11v- l r- pis is f rith y ~ Il 114.1 ::: opinion alc rv p slnt ,iun CO 'tr-liat 11". h c a~ ll publsh h t we ' ha l a h n r d Iii n. :-.ss mbho in II mI, m f in ut I h C I v eu CiO elket <bIs tI h m I Ie he ; b f Ii C Oili tr." ~ ~ ~ tl T:. :mvi.wa ubd t Th. <th 1 h uinwa S 1-ti. ~ ~ .11:1 i,-I ' hit, 114) 11.1 r I I I 111' SI I 1 o ju ( Ith 1 -:whiee ae - n tiul' O 2701 il Stalte ti ~~ ht ha u l tho at l, re :11 4e id 4lrence t1 b111 lld . I I i . a ("0 1...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 28 March 1895

The People's Journal. LOCAL ITEMS. Miss Lena Bowen is visiting friends and relatives in Greenville. J. P. Carey, of the Pickens bar, is in Augusta this week, on busi ness. Trial Justice Bramlett is busy issuing warrants against delinquent poll tax payers. Snider Price, son of W. R. Price, of Eastatoe Township, is critical ly ill with pneumonia. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Field were in town Friday and were the guests of Mis. R. A. Bowen. There has been very little guano hauled through town as yet. Our farmers cannot stand the price with cotton so low. Married by Rev. I. B. Jones, at residence of Riley Sutherland, in town, James Griffin to Lila Alex ander-all colored. Pickens County is getting on a boom in the way of government distilleries. Two will start w)on near Easley, and two near Pick ens. It was Friendley Chastain and not Friendley Cisson, who died at the county poor house last week, as reported to the JOURNAL ind so published. An exchange asks: "Should ministers smoke?" We suiplos th...

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 March 1895

T ecder'S Eelur9ry. W. W. Fe. Bumuer, Editor, PUNCTUATE From Ralph RaisICo Daislot. (All revisable by chanige of pune tuntioln. JIc1luded by Nichola UIdall, as an exorcise for his boy at Jton, of which celebrate< English school lO was lastr ii the days of Henry VIII. Hil play was written to be acted b; the boys bofore their - parents a holidays; it is colobrated as th first English comedy.) Now by these presemts I do you advertise That I am milded to marry you in no wise For your goodis amid substance I could be Content To W alw youts you are. If yo niind to b) m1y wife Ve shill be assuredfor tto timo-of my lif I will keep ye ri gh t well from good raimen and fare. Ye 511shall'not he kept but in'.sorrow and eart Ye shall in no wise live at your own liberty DO and say what. ye lust,'ye shall neve please InC. 11int whelin ye are mnerry lIwill be all sad: Whexi ye are sorey I will lie'very glad. When ye seek yeCtur heart's ease I will b mikincl. At Ikti1ilie shall ye m111C gentlenes...

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. — 4 April 1895

-rH No. 12. S Vl50PICKENS, S. C., TH URSDAY, APRIL 4,18.No12 "Corporal," said the colonel, "let m< . explain what I am about to do. I knou something of the blood that flows in the veins of Caroline Fitz Hugh. Sh< will never accept her life at the price I intend to pay for it. She must not knom that I intend to save her by violating v trust, by inourring my own downfall, or she will not leave her jail. Do yo understand?" "I do, colonel. She would chide m( if she knew I was doing the same." "While you have been away I hav< placed three horses In the wood yonder. "I see, colonel. " "Corporal Ratigan, every man hai his own part in life to perform. The distinctivo feature in mine seems to b to decide quickly between conflioting duties. I am going to violate a trust, t< perform a sacred obligation. If you wil: aid me, follow me." Taking up a slip of paper lying or his camp cot, on which lie had writter an order, the two left the tent. The3 were challenged by the sentry on post...

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. — 4 April 1895

THEF y FORMULATE. 1 tl P'reseqnt I ion of Peatce, Unity tasad Iliamsnoumy. Cohtnia, S. C., March, 27th.-"The Forty" conferentce halts been held al it was oven ia greater stece's thanl those who call ed it hoped for. Ther were about eighty 3 flve delegates presen, represecuting ai most every county in tihe State, Peace find har mony chnarnteterized all tihe deliberation and great good Is expected to result .fron their - work. T. J. Kirkland read the till. of the con v(lntein an1(d epX11111eli('d itS objectS. Aeua 1 tenant. Governor Timnmnermian was the ; unan1 liinoulsly electe eli birlaan, being noin1 itualted by W. I. Mub1111eini. Ife inado 1 pa. trioti and totihiig addre44 upon the great w'ork ifore l.hne conference. 1). Nine 1. Ierrili, of Ciarleston, and 1. 1' h. 'hIomipIson, of Darlington wero elected. A comumit t ve on phbitforlnls anid resolutions - of I WO freotn ea.11h1 c'on1grei48oa111 d1istlict WAN .appoinlted. Theli coni tionl confirlInled the - ivitatiol ext'Ienle by ti...

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. — 4 April 1895

The People s Journal. LOyAL ITElIS. M W. Newton left Sunday for Charleston, where he goes to serve as a juror in the United States court. Twelve Mile school distriot is proud of her new. school building. Mr. Graveley did the wood work, and Charles Childress the brick and rook part. W. T. McFall has gone "gun ning'' this week for big game. Read his Ad. for further particu lars, and call on him for guns and ammunition. A. K. Park wants you to "act for yourselves." He believes that if you do you would read his ad. in this paper and give him a share of your patronage. Married on March 24th at the residence of James Holder, Mr. John Holder to Miss Minnie Hughes, A. L. Edens, Esq., of ficiating, all of Pickens Uounty. We learn that during the late snow J. E. Clark and two sons killed forty-four rabbits, and he and one son killed five wild tur keys, weighing sixty pounds, gross. McAlistei & Beattie wants us to "please announce"- that they have dry goods, carpets, window shades, and ass...

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. — 4 April 1895

,'$ggeZ AIV ADVOUATEU A NE' PARTY. giineetalltssa and the Comaduet oil r FinnAes Them'l auISPIeses Tlrhe 4outh ald W4** Will 'all In Lkue- - P IUMAL a and 'reatherty o' IL my judgmnwt the orgaiiizatic )f a new party is inevitablo; ai it Vill present as tho maim issi the re&storation of bmietallism at the conduct of our finances iii t interests of the people. Tho po erty and misery wrought by t fall of prices, directly tracoable the gold conspiracy and the co traction of the currency, will brel up both old parties-qulIly ri sponsible for this erine agaim Juinanity-ald cause a nOw aligi menI in polities. The South and West will natit: ally joini in overturning a pol which robs thom anl(d tends to Ial perize the producers and laborei for the benefit of a few thlousan bankers and milliolires here an in Europe. Party ties and sent ment will not hold men whoso re sentimen3t of wrong and whose in stinct of sel t-preserva tion con mnd them to seek new politiet alliances. opilismii inl 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. — 11 April 1895

SPTHE_ PEOPLE S V~ol. 5. PICKENS, S. C., THURSDAY, APRI 1 &5 o 3 ICAPT.Y4 AUTMO1 OPVRIGH1 Maynard held the boy against his breast while he gave way to convulsive sobs such as are unusual in a man and only come when some mental struggle under an intense grief is relaxed and suffering permitted to get control. Nei ther spoke. Jakey's presence reminded Maynard the more keenly of those he loved. His mind had been upon his wife and child. Jakey's coming brought also Souri's image and the trials and tri uniphs which he and Jakey and Souri had once passed together, and trials and triumphs borne in company weld hearts. Of all who loved him only Ja key was there, and on him alone could he rely for comfort. At last Jakey withdrew himself from his friend's embrace. He had permitted him to indulge his grief for a few min utes, and this he considered quite long enough. "General, " ho began. He had always called his chief "general," contending that he was a general since he com manded a briga...

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. — 11 April 1895

The People's Journal. T. t. ROBINSON, Editor. PUBLISNUD EVERY TiIURBDAY. Subscription One- Dollar a Year Enteredt at the P'ost Oice at Pickens a.' o Il' ev r inch for trat iusertioni, If tv Ceens (Or eachl mubwA kunt insertion, i',ibeVraj l discounlt fer ativertlsme nts4 ) o a. nalal contrtsIt'j, 'elnna1. ea...h. Aunual con- ( t racjt, pli ble gnlairtorly. No ftvtoriyte. Ono >rico to all. No apo- I cliai poson orm peciai rute4 to foreign ad vertimers. All Mch Illinst take the run of t tjl, paper and al ido) by such ratos. Loca1 notices, inl local cuiui, 10 c4ltA por lIne for tirst iniortioi anid ive cents for 0ach Su~bSCriictit. inso'r tiOn. Advertiselinelnts for coinling iitiut shoithll j be lhtided iln not liter t.hai Monday inorn Th'ie editor will not ho responsille for t.hu uItuS Itild opinioita of correspuondetla, ni e the Sa4ue are editoriallv endorsed. t T IflSAY, APiIJL I.1, 1895Z. C THE FORTY CONVE.NTION. Th coluums of thle JouIiIrl Wer a k LOWded lit eek that. oditorial...

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. — 11 April 1895

The People's Journal LOCALITEMS. Dr. R. Kirksey is prospecting i Florida. F. M. Morris wont to Alabam last week on business. The rains Sunday did muc damage to the lands just plowo< J. E. Boggs, Esq., is attendin the Presbytery at Liberty as a del egate from his church. L. R. Durham is hauling th dispensary supplies from Easley and Mr. Baker will begin to offe the goods for sale next Monday. W. F. Austin, dentist of Sonoc will be in Pickens on the 16th in stant, and will remain a few day for the practice of his professioi A. R. N. Folger, formerly o Easley, is now in Greonville wit Messrs James 1. & E. B. Dicksoi where he will be pleased to see hi Pickens friends. H. E. Russell, of Easley, he graduated with first honor frou the Atlanta medical college. TH JOURNAL congratulates Dr. Russe and wishes him success in his pr< feusion. The Pickens Rifles met in th court house Saturday and adopte by-laws and aconstitution. Aft< the meeting a squad drilled on tlh square and acqu...

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. — 11 April 1895

y, ry. p. B Bu, Editor. When Sehool.Daysa are Over. Young ladies, do not give up your studies as soon as you have finished school. Provo that your diplomas have boon earnod by evincing a willinigness to continue some mental exortion. It is not what you havo learned at school that is going to bonofit you; it is the disciplino through which you have passed, the powers which you have developed, and the attempts to uso them advantageously. Do not, at this early age, imagine that the clilafx is reached, and that your store of knowledge is su-fl cient to carry you through the world; that because you havo graduated at the head of your class you have accomplishod all thac. can be expected of you. You h ave really only made a beginning, and it is now that you are most suscep- U tiblo to improvemont. I am not advocatiig the idea that. you sIould be 1lue, stockings; but, I wish I could impross it 11)on the lillds of1 every on1 of you that an hour passed each (lay in some uso-1 fiul stIudy 41r-...

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. — 18 April 1895

(k( b THE PEOPLE S Vol. 5. PLCI ENS, S. C., THURSDAY, APRIL18, 1895. No. 14. /OPYRIoHT, $ C After imparting his inforiiation May- e pard went to his own camp, called for i 'his horse, and buckling on his saber a land pistol rodo back to the camp ho had t left. He arrived just in time to join a i econnoitering party starting to ride a over the ridge in the direction of Rin- I t 0t C Tearing up the flooring. gold. Being in a private's uniform, he was not recognized by the mon-his x appearance was much changed by the x loss of his board-and fell in with the i last files as though he belonged to the troop. The squadron trotted up the road lead ing through a gap in the ridge and stood on a summit overlooking the Pea Vine valley. By the light of day May nard .;aked down upon the landscape how a seen a few hours before; but, ah, I how changed I Ton thousand men in 1 gray wore coming across the valley. It is a solemn sight at any time to ( seo an army moving to strike a foe. : There was som...

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. — 18 April 1895

The People's Journal. T. C. ROBINSON, Editor. PulBLISRED BVERY THURSDAY. Subscription One Dollar a Year Entered at-the Post Office at Pickens as second-class tnatter. ADVERTISING HATES. One dollar per inch for first Insertion, fif ty cents for each Subsequent - insertion. Liberal discount for adlvertiseonents on an nual cont.racts. Terms cash. Annual con tracts, payable quarterly. No favorites. One price to all. No spe cial positioll or special rates to foreign ad vertisers. All such must take the run of tha aier and abide by such rates. Local notices, in local column, 10 cents per line for first, insertion and five cents for each subseqient insertion. Advertisements for coming issue shonld be handed in not later than Monday morn ilg. The editor will not. be responsible for the views and opinions of correspondents, tin less the salie are editoriallv endorsed. TLlURSDA Y, APRIL 18, 1895. TilE COUNTY D1)ISPEN1A~t. The county dispensary has cone an'd Will stfay as long as the patron ag...

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. — 18 April 1895

The People's Journal. LOCAL ITERs. Mrs. Susan Trotter, of Pumpkin. town, is seriously ill. J. T. Youngblood finished plant ing his cotton crop Tuesday. Parties desiring sweet potato seed can find a few left at Harris's Bramlett's garden seed and jug ware nearly all gone; call early, for what is left. Bruces gardon tools are going "like hat cakes;" A few left for the late gardeners. L. R. Durham finished plantiig his cotton crop Monday. He hAs reduced the acreage one half. Col. William Nimmons, of Eas tatoe. was in town Monday and was as pleasant and cheerful as ever. Miss Essie Steel, of Atlanta, vis ited relatives in Pickens last week and returned to Pendleton on the 14th instant. Mrs. Joshua Burgess, of Pump kintown, is very sick and her con dition indicates no prospect of a change for the better. Married at the rosidence of Pink ney Duncan on the 31st ult, Miss Mary Norris to John Stegall, Rev. Johnson Sheriff officiating. Married at the residence of Blu ford Smith, on the 11th 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. — 18 April 1895

Fadday AfteraoOn' A gush of Bird song, a patter of dew, s -A cloud and a rainbow's warmng, Suddenly sunshime and perfect blue- ii An April day in the morning. -Harriot P. Spofford. Now the noisy winds are still; if April's coniig up the hill I s All the spring is in train, r Led bJy shining ranks of rain ; h, Pit, patter, patter, clatter, Sudden sun, and clatter, patter I ri First the blue and then the shower; sr Bursting bud, and smiling flower; o1 Brooks set free with tinkling rmig; a. Birds too full of song to sing; nl Crisp old'leaves astir with pride, an Whore the timid violets hido,- Il: All things ready with a will,-- th April's coming up the hill. w1 -M. M. Dodge. F WERE I THE SUN. I'd always shine on holidays, is Wro.0 I thO sun; On slooping 11011( s I'd neror galzo tit Blut focus all my morning rays 0n husy folks of 1husting ways, WerE I thli sui. I would not melt, a sled(dlog snoW, Woro I the situ ; t% ) Nor spoil the ieo where skators go, Nor help1) thos useless we(s to ...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 25 April 1895

VTol. 5, - C., )APRL2,185 AUT 0 / 6PVRGH wnere is a stream or gray in mno east The commander in chief of the men it gray listens for the sound of guns in th hands of those he has ordered to begi the attack at daylight and which are t be signal for others. The streak broad ens; day comes; the sun rises; it is( o'clock. Still all is silent along the line It is only a mistake, only an order no received or understood by the genera who was to lead off, but in that mis take is involved possible failure. Wit] all the vaunted generalship on the fiel of battle what is it, after all, that turn the tide except the mistakes? Mark Maynard on that Sunday morn Ing was lying with his body in the dir and his head on the root of a tree. Hi dreamed that he had just come in fror smaking a charge at the head of his bri gade and wAs approaching his com mander to report a glorious success that the general said to him after thank Ing him for his achievement, "Colo nel, it will give me pleasure to recom men...

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. — 25 April 1895

The Peopl's Journal T. C. RODINSON, Edlitor. PUBLISEE BYERY NDAY. Subscription One J)ollar a Ycar Entered at the Post OMico at Pickens as second-class matter. . A )V ERTI8IM1jN4ATES. O oil($ dollar per ilieh for first ins.rtion, fif tv cents for each IaulbseIitt Inserton . Liberal discotint forr i"(lVE tie'1t 011 il' tiial coitracts, Torinl ciIlI Annual oil traict payableg q rke to a No epe No Lvortes. 011 rrJie to fill.N pe C NdPORltioli or s.pecI rates to foreign ad ciart>st All MItch intist take thie rin of Shrp ser and abide 1y much rates. th aac notices, in lo-al coltiiunin, 10 cenits ,)er line for first, insertion aindi five velits fa each su bsequent insertion. Advertiselients for coining issue should he handed in not later than Monday morn tuig. The editor will not be responsible for the vws attd iiins of corrTpodent(lItS, 1iii less I he sane are editorially endorsed. Tillt'.1sDAY, APRIL. 25, 1895. J1iDGE GOFF. lit this issue of TmilE JoUfNAhIare published the injunctions...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
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