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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 25 April 1895

The People's Journal, LOCAL IT1lUS. Mill-ponds an'd bare-foot boys I Straw hats have begun to blow around. The "brys" have begun to go fishing. The farmers are making things hum these warm, sunshiny days. C. L. Craig will preach at Old Pickers the fourth Sunday in this month at 11 o'clock, a. M., and Saturday before at 3 p. m. The sales at the Dispensary last week were better than expected, and Dispenser Baker is well satis fied with the prospects of a good patronage. S. A. S. Porter is building a neat and substancial cottage on his lot, recently purchased from F. M. Morris. He expects to occupy it soon as a residence. Engineers are at work on Twelve Mile river, making surveys and es timates, in reference to the location of the factory, for the Norris Cot ton Mills company. Deputy Marshal Jennings arres ted Monroe Kelley Friday for re tailing whiskey, and he gave bond for the preliminary hearing before Commissioner Thornley. Snider Price, last Friday, shot a sacker in Oolenoy river,...

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. — 25 April 1895

d W. W. F. Biumwr, EdItoN' f A OUEAr TnIP. 51 Foe South Carolina Teachers to Take to Colorado. h w The National Educational Asso elation's annual meeting is to be hold in Denver, Col., this summer. The following circular letter, hand- ci soniely printed and illustrated and 01 signed by the two South Carolina ti directors of the association and w the railroad men intorested1 will be se found of great interest to all b teachers: - u "We desire to call the attention nr of the teachers of South Caiolina tlI and their friends to the fact the g next annual meeting of the Nation- ri al Edhcational Association will it be held at Denver, Col., the coi- t ing summer, from July 5th to 12th, 1895, just after the adjourn- tI iment of the South Carolina State si Teachors' Association, in Spartan- b burg, thus giving an opportunity for teachers to attend both of these p gatherings. t "The meeting of the National c Educational Association promises t to be the best attended and most J interesting in...

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. — 9 May 1895

-- *.. . ~V - _r __ _EOPLESOR A_ F S , _ SPICKENS S. C., TIHURSDAY, MAY 9.19 No. 17. "-Nevr, SO long as'nt is a bause, So long as my brothers continue the strug gj0 I will be with them. " "Then so long as the Union army is fightin ye Oi'll bo in its ranks." "You'll do no such thing. You will go home, whoro your presence is moro needed-to your mother, to your ten ants. Ireland needs all her landovnors such as you at home. That is your coun try. You have no interest hero. " "And the United States is your Qoun try. You have no other." "Ratsl" "Darlinl' There was a silenco between them for some moments. Ratigan laid his hand on hors while she was lo9king, with a pained expression, out of the window. In her eyes was a far look. Her oem "Darlin," he sald. panion had strengthened certain doubts which had at times come up to trouble her as to the ultimate success, the real motives which underlay her cause, and with her intense, devoted nature had led her to feel that all this vast effort pu...

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. — 9 May 1895

The People's Journa T. U. ROBINSON, Editor. PUBLSNND BygRY TEUYRDAY. Subscription One Dollar a Yeal -fltored at the Thot otice at Pickons I aocond-clas matter. ADVERISIN0 RATES. one olar por Incit for first. insertion, fif tv ents for peitch ac ietxiont insortion. y cents fcount for adivertsements on all i becoli ot.l. Ternis cash. A nutal con tactrYabo oqarterlv. N avorites4. One price to all. No spe ofa, All~itio l or peciI rates to foreign ad yeitiss All $stih m11)Ist take the run of ier tier and abide by such rates. til not11s il co)lllniin, 10 cenits Loca 11ti(,81ill10(1 pline for first insertion and five cents for each subseC(ItI~llte'gntert lol. Adverti-Seents for coming 1mie shotiWl be hamded ilt nut ltter than Monday morn he editor will not he responsible for t. views and opialions of corresponttdents, tit less the saine aro e(litorially ein(orscd. Ti IiiSDA Y, MAY 9, 1895. The riekens DispenisaI. Editor Sontinol: Will you al low m spaice to cr'hiticisu ali edi torial under...

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. — 9 May 1895

-Th People's Journa] LOCAL ITim s. Goo~ luck to the farmers. To do so no more is the truoi repentance. Dr. W. F. Austin will be in Cer tral the 16th, 17th and 18th < May. J. S. Murphree and his sor Matthew, of Pelzor, were in tow Thursday. A. J. Boggs and family, of Ca houn, visited relatives and Iriend in town Monday. See change of Cox & Seigler ad. in this issue, and buy the E3 celsior cooking stove. No county can grow and prospc if its citizens wait for out-siders t comp in and build it up. The difference between som men and an umbrella is* that yo can shut up the umbrella. Clerk Stewart has received tlh money for the pensioners and the get this year $21.75 each. Rev. 0. L. Durant preached a excellent sermon Sunday to a larp congregation in the Methodio church. Maj. J. G. Ferguson, of Greer ville, was in town Monday and hi friends of the Pickens Rifles woi glad to soo him. Cadet H. A. Richey, of Clemso College, spent a few days at hom last week. Ho was accompanie up by Cad...

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. — 9 May 1895

, W. W. F. IarwrEdior THE INQUISITIVE CHILD Under se'On years of ago child has littdl spocial regard knoi l0(lv" lie has slight app Ciationi of how littlo he knows or hrw Illich his seniors know. easily convinces himself, and tr to convilc others. that the diil ence is not great, that he is rea quite a big boy. and that he N roon be a man. lit is more c cerned with being "big" and % :b'ility to do. From the earliest days. tlheon se' ks control of his eyes for oryi1 "S''' for ~ hsr'li th. a. h.. i,-. for eroeting, stan Z. nd wlking. hiS tys tor ng forin nd colors. h ea~n for discriminating roundI. I r!hrough he sk:!! to senso- im e .ts t ac- ht kn-'m, m tions til 'revs, he 5eU to k now' fl'or t I k of using: his sense and p o 'rs of activity. Ile seeks to kno the wer!d to uise it. Thing have little abiding ilnto When lie has touchod a thi and learned it by the touch, he through with it: when he Can s.a ..how wow and know that we I dvrstand what lie mnsct1ill. ho is eor tent. hecauise...

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. — 16 May 1895

A HE P P5 THES.,UAYEOPLE JOURN95. V~~. 5, ~PICKENS, 8, C., THURSDAY, MTAY 16,18.Nq1. THE PESTS OF INDIA. eMeots That Render the Lives of Europeans Miserable. BAdents That Browse Upon One's Mair and Reptiles That Are Numerous and Soolable-An Undeilrable Poe. to Live. "Along with the intense heat," says a returned East India traveler to a New York Sun man, "there go many varieties of noxious Insects. The mosquitoes swarm the year round. Every bed is covered with a tent of mosquito not ting, and It Is the business of your boy, after having made the bed In the morn infVto scare out all lingering mosqui toes and then draw the gauze curtains close and tuck them under the mat tress. On going to bed you make a 1it tle hole In the tent, get in quickly and draw it tight again. House files are a constant nuisance, and there are great flying cockroaches, two inches long, which sometimes bite, and at certain seasons leave their great wings lying about the house. They eat one's patent leather sho...

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. — 16 May 1895

The People's Journal T. C. ROBINSON, Editor. PUBLISHEBD BVERY THURSDAY. Subscription One Dollar a Ycn Entered at the Post office at Pickenas v second-class matter. A )VERTISING RATES. Ote lollar ptir incl for first insert.Ion, III ty certs for each silbseqiient ihisertiou I'Aboral dliscotmnt for mivertisements ol at1 n111a1 contracts. Terms4 ensh. Aunual cor tract payable qiirterly. No 1vorites. One price oI, all. No sp cial positioii or special rates to foreigni lit vortisers. All such imiust take the rim c tho paper aool abide by sich rates. Local iotices, W22 1ocal colimn, 10 ceilt por line for first, insertion aid five ceits fo acalh sibsettnuit i nsertio0. A(ivert.isenets for cotiig issi4. 811onh he handited(il n niot h10ter thain1 Moniday 11o'n to editor will not, he res)lisille for tht VIIw4 2mid opi)lor1 of corresponients, m22 less t111 s"1r10 are editorially enittorsetI. '1 il'JtS)A Y, MAlAY I.1, 1895. It Eu IS'IuxIotI'( J)EUIwon Judge Golf lhas rendored his decis ;on anItd...

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. — 16 May 1895

The People's Journal. LOCAL ITEMS. Maj. J. J. Lewis is visiting in Seneca this week. PrItty cool last Monday and a fire felt comfortable. So far, more rain has fallen t above Pickens than below. The fish which escapes from the hook seems always the largest. It is thought that the cold has not hurt the fruit or vegetables. It is about time now for the news i paper jokers to begin on the "sum- t mer girl." Mossrs. Isaiah Cox and P. Eu gene Alexander visited Greenville last Thursday. Mrs. D. W. Hopkins is visiting t her mother, Mrs. Bellotte, of Cal- I houn, this week. When yon plant your "goobers" put in a few for TBE JOURNAL force to "chaw" this fall. C Now is just the time to subscribe e for THE JOURNAL. It is brim full of news on overy subject. 8 J. P. Carey, Esq., is in Columbia e this week on professional business I bejore the Supreme Court. r Mr. J. McD. Bruce has joined I the order of wheel men, having pur chased a fine wheel last week. I Send in the news from your see- c tion ...

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. — 16 May 1895

W. W. F. Biuran, Editor. SCIIOOL LiBRARIES. The subject of libraries for the public schools is one of great im portance, and tho teachers of the Stato aro getting aroused on the subject and will make extra ef forts to havo a woll appointed li brary in ovory public school. Tho following communications on the subject will prove timely and interesting. Dear Sir: One of the questions that, you thought most worthy of discussion by the State Teachors' Associltion Was that of school li braries. The executivo committeeI agrees with you thoroughly. It has appointed a committoo to col loet facts as to what. has actually boen done throughout the State, believing that this is ollo of the best ways of puttmng the matter before our people. Our first step is to get inforiation from tlie county school coii missioner's, with the expectatiol of following this up with inquirios adcirossed to ii dividual teachers with whom they will put us inl correspoIdenco. 1 onclose i copy of the circular we are sen...

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. — 23 May 1895

'FHE IPEOPLE S J Vol. 5. PICKENS, S. C, THURSDAY, MAY 23, 1895. No. 19. HAND WRESTLING. A Now Fad That Is Now Popular with Students. Even the Stern Professors of a Phlladel pis University Yleld to the Fasoln ations or the Game-now UC Is Played. An athletic fad of recent birth but very remarkable growth in popularisy has replaced football in the affeotions .4t a host of University of Pennsylvan a Atudents. It is Indifferently classed under a whole dictionary of titles, such as hand, India and Malay wrest ling; but no one seems to know just exactly what is the proper word by which to designate the sport. It was first introduced to the college boys a few months ago by an ex-Amherst stu dent in the Engineering school, and in a very few days there was hardly a single undergraduate who had not tried his hand at the game. Not satisfied with the capture of the affections of the students, the hand wrestling fad has made its inroads into the ranks of the faculty itself. Those professors who a...

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. — 23 May 1895

The People's Journ T. V. ROBINSON, Editor. PUBLISHED EVERY THUR0DAY Subscription One Dollar a Y Entered at tho Post Oflee at Picke1 second-0class matter. A D VElTISING RATES. One dollar per inch for first insertior ty ceits for cach sttbsetient inser Liberal discotant for advertisenents or ittal contracts. Terms cash. Annual tracts payable quarterly. No lavorites. One price to all. No cht! position or special rates to foreigi1 vertisers. All mi(ch must take the ri the paper and abide by such rates. Local notices, in local column, 10 4 per line for first Iisertion and flive ceni each subseqttent insertion. Advertisements for coning issue sl be handed in not later than Monday i Ing. 'Tho editor will not be responsible fc views and opinions of correspoideint less the same are editorially endorsed. '"SDAY, MAY 23, 1895. EVANS' APJi iNAL takes )10118 in pu.ishing this W Governor Evans addross to peoplo of this State and co1m1m11e0 it to th thollglt an1d con siderati of the white voters o...

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. — 23 May 1895

The People's Journal. LOCAL ITEMS. See change in Ilarris's ad. Everything is quiet around the court house this week. A. M. Morris made a business trip to Anderson this week. T. D. Harris visited his mother in Greenville county this week. It is a race between grass and cotton, with grass on the inside track. W. R. Price, of Sunny Dale, was in town Tuesday, on a visit to his father. The Liberty sub-Alliarce meets next Saturday, the 25th instant, at 3 p. in. . J. E. Hagood, Jr., of Easley, was in town Tuesday to the delight of his many friends. W. M. Hagood, of Easley was in town Tuesday en route to his Twelve Milo river farm. Auditor Christopher has comn menced on the fourth township, having three already on his book. W. S. Kirksey, who lives near town, is again infortunate in the loss of another mule, which died last week from lung fever. F. V. Clayton, of Central town ship, was in town Monday on bus iness, and his old friends enjoyed his pleasant conversation and hu inrous remarks. ...

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. — 23 May 1895

A Frinary Ordered. That is the Abtion of. the State Democratic CoM mittee. Jily 3001 tle paay and All White Dettocrais to be Allowed to IartIeIlPtC1e-MvIel Talk of an, Extra gsiofl Bolt the qiStIlon Dropped. The DOmocratic Executive Con Iittee met in the Secrotary of Stato's office at 9 o'clock, a full imemlnborship boing presont. This being one of the most important meetings in its history groat in terest was taken in its delibera tionls. As mattors of so much moment. woro involved, it was thought best to discuss the political situation N. ith closed doors. Before this was done, Senator Irby ssitd that at. Mrs. Noblett's request 'h had promised to give her a. hear.img betoro the full com mitto. Ile ap))ointed Messrs. Donaldson, Watson and McSwvo ny to inform Mrs. Nehlett, and the friends with her that they would ho cordially :cceived by the committo. Mrs. Iehlett, Mrs. Bladhmliil and Misses Rion and Feaster oitered the room, vhile the com mit tee rose. Senator Irby introduced Mrs. ...

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. — 30 May 1895

- * > L~* HE L THE PEOPLE'S -S- ---. PICKENS, S. C., THURSDAY, MANo.20. RIIOHEST MAN IN 't1L H W .L. Elim Demi.id .,t ' - th* : (,f : Like the En;%s 1 .. . . of the czar's domiuions mostly derive d their revenues fromn lianded pronerty. E While the Briton. lo: .: g] large part of his gros An.i. .. . improving his possessions and to the amelioration of the lot of his tenants in one, way or another, the Russian, on h tke other hand, extracts every farthing n th'at lie can from his property and I sponds it upon himself, the result being Ai that agriculture in Russia is going Bt from bad to worse, that formerly fer- I 'tile and productive estates have now b become barren and Impoverished, and a1 that, while the peasantry are in a stato 11 -of misery bordering on famine, the al nobles themselves have been obliged to h mortgage or sell their lands, and are at r the end R their financial tether. Of V1 course, there are some ceOptions, such d as, for instance, tile Yousoupoffs, the ti De...

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. — 30 May 1895

The People's Journali T. U. ROBINSON, Editor. PULUID ZZRYTRURSODAY. SubsripionOne D~ollar a Year Entered at the Post Oflce at Pickens as second.olass matter. ADVERTISING RATES. One dollar per incha for first insertion, fif ty cents for eachl subselient insertion. Liberal discount for auvertiseinents on an nual contracts. Terms cash. Annual con tracts payable qiiarterlY. Noavortss. one pr'e to all. No spe cial osition or special rates to foreign ad vertisers. All such intst take the run of tio paper and abide by such rates. Localnoticen, in local colinin, 10 cents per line for firsi, insertion and five cents for each subseqaent insertion. Advertisements for coming issue shouli be handed in not later than Monday inorn .'he editor will not be responsible for tin views and opinions of correspondents, un less the saine are editorially endorsed. T1IUR8DAY, MAY 30, 1895. Froin The Piedmont Headlight. VISIT FROM SENATOlR 1111T le lleceives a Royal Welco in Spartanbuirg. "'Senator, have you ...

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. — 30 May 1895

.~JI te' Journal. APOCAL ITUMS. C Remember the pio nio. Se'notiae of union pio nic else- h where. Tets' Brothers shows tomorrow. Everybody come. J G. McDaniel was. on the sick i elast week. 0. H. Alexander, of Atlanta, is nl recruiting in Pickens. 0 -Let everybody subscribe to the ni Pickens Rifles Band fund. Don't forget the show in town b tomorrow-15 and 25 cents. i Miss Hattie Harris, of Greenville it is visiting her brother, T. D. Har ris. What great sport it would be if the fish would bite like the mos quitoes. - 'Dr. H. Earle Rvssell, of Easley, was among friends in Pickens last w Tuesday. 6< Prof. Long sang at Secona last S Suflay evening, to a large crowd r< of attentive listeners. Ic Col. J. E. Hagood, of Charles- L ton, is among relatives and friands in Pickens this week. Mrs. R. A. Bowen visited her . mother, Mrs. B. F. Morgan, of Da- ti cusville, last Monday. Go and see Toots Bro's. Show at i King's old Store on Saturday, June 0 lst, and take the children. P See no...

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. — 30 May 1895

W. W. F. BuraT, Editor. THE CAPITAL TENDENCY. The teacher must follow, rather than resist, certain tendencies of the day. The teacher has lost much ii, the past by insistence up on many minor ideals in language, numbers, etc. The school men taught illigation long after it was discarded by all business men. The same was true of duodecimals. true of present worth, English money, etc. There are few schools that teach discount as all banking institutions use it, bocause they cling to what they were taught, and to what their books say, rather than to what business men do. rhis was even more'.-rue of geog raphy. The schools kept on teach ing capes in proportion to their size on the maps, the rivers from their length, and the mountains from their height, long after every man of affairs knew that the D3 troit river was of infinitely more importance than the Colorado. This is most true of language. The schools insisted that "a prep osition is not a good word to end a sentence with" long afte...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 6 June 1895

V L .N . PCK N S. C 71~F 1jNO TH PPLIE's JUNL V0.,21. 13ICKEN S.S. C.1 THIJM1AY9 J18(~ N DLLRAYER* VALOR AND PATRIOTISM. An Eloquent Tribute to the Qonfeder ate Soldier. Address of ('il. B. W. Ball, o' Laur 01, Delivered at. Greenville on Memorlal D)ay, May 27, 1895. The following is the address of Col. B. W. Ball, of Laurens, in response to the invitatlion of the Ladies' Meuorlail Association of Greenville. He began with a beautiful tribute to the women of the Southern Gouederacy, and ex pressed his thanks for the honor im plied in his selection as the orator of the occasion. Ho then spoke as fol lows : The Greeks when they won in battle a-id camped on the tields, erected a trophy to mark the sceno of triumph - If thby lost, nothing was left to do si nate the spot where disaster had o lowed their arms. The history, traditions, and monu ments of a people have immemorially been their inspiration. Monuments a peal in lessons more eloquent than 1 oimeric stanza, or Ciceronian period, t...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 6 June 1895

.te 00eople, sPurn T. U. ROIiNSONS idt P7BLISHED BYE3Y TDUXSDAY. Subscription One Dollar a Y< Eutered at the Post O0ic at Picken second-class4 matter. ADVERTISING RATES. One dollar per inch for llrst. insertion, ty 'ents for each subsetuient insertl Liberal discount for advertimsmiiitts ol nual contracts. Terns casli. A imnital < tracts payable quartorly. No iavorites. Otte price to all. No. cal positiot or special rates to foreigtn vertisers. All such uittist take the rim tit paper and abide by auel rates. Local IOtices, in local cohu1tin, 10 e' per Iline for first, itisertion and live ventit each stabseitett itisertiotn. Advertisements for coinIng issule sh< be handed II nmot. later tia, MonllIly m1, The clitor will iot be responsible foi VIeWs atil optI1iotioS of correspoidtelits less the sat lie are editorially endorsed. bleriggors will fill the bill, and goldbug ally under the n1ano Froe Silvor ony can fool Ithe pool ill 1896. Both lilies of t1e Stiett car ra ways of C...

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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