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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 6 June 1895

The People's Journal, LOCpAL ITEls. Hotter'n'l I Notes from our Looper corres pondent is unavoidably crowded i out. The farmers are making every day court, this pretty weather, in their crops. Checker playing is the order of the day no'W-too hot for pitching ] horse shoes. The merchants are kept pretty - busy these hot days, fanning and fighting flies. You might keep cool by reading the accouts of the blizzards in last winter's papers. Our merchants have laid in a I supply of fruit jars, jelly tumblers J and sugar, for the big fruit crop. I Misses Alma and Mattie Kay are visiting Mrs. G. R. Shaffer, of Princetown, Laurens county, this week. See change of Harris's ad. He has bargains all around. His 1c., 5c., and 10c., baskets "takes the 1 cake." J. E. Boggs, of the Sentinel, caine in from Dallas, Texas, last Thursday, refreshed and well pleasdd with his outing. Jas. W. Earle, living near town has been confined to his bed for several days the past week, but is somewhat improved now. ...

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. — 6 June 1895

'A/ *j MISS 9ArTI1A D. MARSMAL. Slowly, silently, relentlessly, It I settling upon the lindscape. I athers ill soft clouds ink the We rom whence the glory has faded. 1 broods over the river and the wave flow on and oil, in undulating rip ples that are gray--every one. 1 langs its man&&ltle on, the tree unti the leaves loose their green, as i irrevocably doomed to the one 1no notonous twilight. hue. lhe lori clay road winds in and out resistint the fast encroaching color. Con. polled at last to yield to its touch the clods take oin the tints of dent ashes on the hearth. The mist spreads its ipimip bl screen everywhere. The wind comes in low mioans. A livure rises fron out this universal grirvness, seenslill" a part of, it, in its weird proportion exaggerated by the glooml. The horse moves dejectedly, as it' scious of the eimipty gaie bags. ib; rider is almost asleep. They I nis into the denser shadows on t he brow of the hill. There is a low groWL a sudden sharp barking. 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. — 13 June 1895

I.EPE.<.J VOL 5--N0. 22. PICKENS, S. C., THURSDAY, JUNEi 138 Confederates Capture Chiago. PEACK HATH HER VIC TORIES. Dedication of tho Monument to South. ern Heroes-Eloquent Address of Wade Hampton. The monument erected in Chicago to the memory of Confederate dead was dedicated with imposing ceremo nies on the 31st of May. There was an immense concourse of people, and many prominent Confederates wok part in the proceedings. Gen. John C. Underwood, who origi nated the idea of the monument, brief ly ske'ched the inception and progresb of the monument which culminated in the great gathering, and closed by introducing as presiding oilcer of the exercises the Rev.-H. W. Bolton, pas tor of the Centennary Methodist Uhurcb and past commander of U. S. Grant Post, N. 28, G. A. R., whom he eu-logized as the "embodiment of bon or. justice and morality, a broad rep resentative of the Union veteran, a humanitarian and a Christian gensle man." Dr. Bolton, on taking the chair, returned thanks fo...

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. — 13 June 1895

The People's Journal. T. C. ROBINSON, Editor. PUBLIBIED EVERY THURSDAY. Subscription One Dollar a Year Entered at tho Post offlce at Pickenis as second.class matter. ADVERTISING RATES. o dollar per Inch for first insertion, fif tv cents for eaih subiseqitent itnsertion. Liberal discottnt. for atdvertiseineiits ot an nual contracts. Terms cash. Anmal conl tracts payable quarterly. No lavorites. One priec to all. No spe cial positiot or special rates to foreign ad vertisers. All such itist take tle rin of tha paper attnd abido by suich rates. Local notices, inl local colitim, 10 celits per line for first, insertiotn and five cents for each subsequent insertion. Advertisentients for coming Issite shotlil be handed inl not latter than Monday moritn 'he editor will not be responsible for tle 'vs and opinions of correspondents, un nsame are editorially endorsed. .11AY, JUN E 1:, 1895. lifhs Called the work,. 'he for ty to meet in ll instant. We hav the exact obijOct of t. ganization and w...

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. — 13 June 1895

The. People's Journal. XO0AL JTE1s. J. E. Boggs and J. J. Lewis went to Greenville Monday. L. C. Thornley who has been on t ho sick list the past week, is out again. Miss Maggie Darg an, of Spar tanburg, is visiting M iss Melanee Thornley, Mr. John T. Richey, of Fair Play S. C., visited his brother, H. A. Richey, list week. Mrs. Eliza Durham, who lives near town, is quite sick. Dr. Earle is attending on her. J. M. Stowart, clerk of the court, is. holdmg references and getting his r-?ports ready for court. Watch our advertising columns and you will know where to go to got your goods at the lowest prices. Maj. Whittier Symmes was par donod on the 7th instant. The governor's act is commended by many. B. M. Griffin and B. D. Stewart went to Chapman's Ford, on Keo wee, last wek and caught a large quantity of fine fish. F. C. Parsons, of Milo Creek, was in town Monday enroute to Greenville. He was accompanied by his son, J. E. Parsons. The time of the Easley Town ship singing association ...

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. — 13 June 1895

lW fE STORY OF A ROSE WAS TOLD. Womutin's Edtioli Newborry Berald and N6ws. Can one who has lingered for a time I that far away, ro ai e old world towa of San Antonia with Its wonder id charm of air and earth and sky wvith Ito dusy Alamo, tho Thernio pylau of tho New World ; with its hain of crumb~li Iui-sions, relics of A d1w, dark past; can one who has en and felt t.hese th ings over forgot om 9 No, theJy live il ineio'ry and thel magic potency of thoir charm vWill tw the traveler back again over un uted ililes, or even after many rs have passed. was hero one perfect day that a ng Woman seated in a comfortable r on the veranda of the principt , tl seemed to be er.joying to it.s f lest extent all the witolhery and b itty of city aid of plain. She was a :arently busiOd witiu h0 enhroid ei but often the work would fall i. her lap and the idle hands lit eh sped over it, while her gazte wander 3d 'rom the blue river, dln mcing in tile su1 light, to the blue sky above, with a lo, - of h...

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. — 20 June 1895

% I d PEOPLESJUNL___ 5.~~~NO. I~~~ICKEN-S, S. C., THURSDAY, JUNE 2,19.(\ )LA FRIENDS OF THE WHITE METAL. GIMIAT GATHERING IN MEOPPH Is. Two Thousani Delegates Organized the Bi-metallic Conventioi--Sena tor Turpie's iIlver' 8peeoh. The bi-mOtallic convention of the Southern and Western States which convened in Memphis on the 12th Inst. was largely attended by represunta tivos fIom almost every quarter, the strongest delegations coming from Tennessee and Mississippi. Senator David Turpie, of Indiana, was made Ipermanunt chairman, and addressed the convention as follows: President and Gentlemen of the Convention: The coined money of the government in full meaning stands four square to all commercial transac tions oi the people. It has four func tions or uses. It is a medium or ex c)ange.i It IF. a measure of values; it is a 'mneans for reduction of its paper c proxies, and it is a legal tender for the payment of all debt. There are many things besides coined money which have some of th...

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. — 20 June 1895

The 1TeopP)s Journal. THURSDAY, JUNE 20, 1895. GOFF'S TYRANNY ENDED. Tle United States Court of Appeal has disolved the injunctioi graiited by Judge Goflf in the registration case and dissinss ed the bill. The best lawyers of the State expected this result, but did not think it could be brought about before the time of holding the constitutional convention. While the State lias Jiust passed through its darkest period since its restoration from carpet-bag and negro rule, yet it will prove at blessing, if the people will pro. lit by the experience. This was a tim to try men's loyalty and pAtriotism, and it has certainly developed some unex pected acts and doings. The veil wa! thrown off and the false friends reven their wi3ked plans to anu unsspecting people. Now that they are known, thei should receive the execration of the peo ple Whom they have long deceived, am from whom they have received positiom of honor and enolument. That ther was an understanding between these mIe and the fe...

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. — 20 June 1895

The, People's Journa LOCAL ITEMIS. r. W. F, Austin is in town this week profetisriial business. CoI.W. E. we lborn was ii town Tues and is visiting 1ise sons. J. L. Thornley, Jr, of Easley spent a : days last week in town. S. D. Glenn is having his houses in I erty overhauled and repainted. D. H. Sutherland and family, of 1l< visited relatives in town this week. J. T. Richey, of Oconee county, visi life brother, H. A. Richey, last week. Dr. J. F. Williams, of Liberty, was town Friday on professional business. Miss Maggie Dargan, daughter of P J. F. Dargan, is visiting the Misses Th< ley. J. E. Parsons, who lives three miles y of town, reports a good rain Saturday in section, D. W. Hopkins. the ahoe-maker, moved back into his old quarters in Hollingsworth building. mrs. M. A. Boggs, of Liberty, is visit her mother, Mrs. Dunwoody, and watch at her bedside during her sicKness. Rev. W. B. Singleton and Rev. G. Singleton returned Friday from a pleas visit to relatives in Oconee cou...

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. — 20 June 1895

EQ1?XPNT HOT WEATHIR e* EM*mt Upon Growing Crops-T Otad4ti1on or Corn and Cotton Vc Satieftotory. i-fo1lowigI'gis the rport of t weather bureau in South Carolina f the week erding June 11th: The unseasonaioly hot weather I ported In the previous bulletin c< tinued on two days of the week p passed, with Uaximitui tem eratui of f rom 95 to 102 over the ent re Sta Gardens, corn and the various v! crops, and truck generally, were ginning to wilt under the inliuIo of the hot sun, and in places the elI is described as having been the sit as though touched by frost. Bei serious injury was done. the weather was terminated by a sli rentle rainl, that was of immeasuVra benellt, revivihg everything. Thi turn was followed by cool nights d ing the remaindeor of the week, wh were especially trying to cotton t is already unseatonably late and sm although in much better condit than it was two weeks ago. The nights had the duet also of reriel the destructive activity of lice o"l c ton and cut wor...

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. — 27 June 1895

* -- T5PHE _Co LEs JO U R NL VOL. .O . PICKE-.NS, S. c., THURSDAY, JUNE 2,~ __--O ON2DLARAYER Benefit of Good Reading. n1Y nioni.nrT POOK. , Composed of imany thoughts, possessing, each, Innate and underived vitality; 'Which having fitly shaped and well ar ranged In brotherly accord they builded up A stately superstructure, that no wind, Nor wave, nor shock of falling years could ilote; Majestic and Indissolubly firm, As ranks of veteran warriors in the field Each by himself alone, and sinly sceh A sea of valor, dread, invin cibo Papers like this. or sacred or profane, Which virtue helped, were tilled not aliss . The im'dicine of the mind: who read them, read Wisdom and was refreshed ; and on his Path Of pilgrinage with healthier step ad vaneed. SAVING 'THE EXPRESS. By ..lAMES HUCK11AMl. Well, Kent, I guess we can spare you for a couple of weeks, if you would like to take a vacation," said the General Manager of the C. I). and P. railroad. Kent Ballard was night telegraph operator f...

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. — 27 June 1895

The People's Journal TiIUl)SDAY, JN E 27, 1895. TIlE STIRAIGIITOUTS MEET AGAIN. A conferclCe of the StraightoIts Inet II Columbia on the 23d lustant, to devise ieans to beat tle legilar Democracy and did noth9ing is uisial. 'iThey issued an address. wII0l will tmount to nothing. Tie scheme seels to be to organize ev. ery county and preclnct with clubs and make a straight light with the regilar Democrats. Some of the "Forty" lead ers participated in tile deliberations of the Cenference. Dols From Eighteen. Mn. EDITOR: As I have not, seen any thing from our town for some time I willI give you a few dots. We are Ieceihng ralin, gardens especially. Corn is looking line, Cotton sorry, wheat. very good. oats good. Farmers are u1p with their work g-ll erally. There will be all l dav siingillg at Re 111011 tile first. Sundlay i;) JiiIl* Every - body Is Invited to attend. Prof. Leley will be on hand for the imlrpose of gettllog up a singing school at. tha11t place. 3ir. JA. O'Dell i: MW Ill ...

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. — 27 June 1895

The People's Journal LOCAL ITEMS. 'ounty Board of Comunissioners wil 1nmiday next. 1. Alexamder, Esq., of Atlanta, visit vives hi town this week. Tirzah Hughes, of Roanoko, visitel :olla Newberry this weok. ory valtuabl6 horso, belonging t K. Kirksey, died Thursday. * f. A. Chapman and T. N. Hunter, o Liberty, wore in town Tuesday on busines William Smith has the contract of pla toring the Baptist church in town, and be gan work Monday. John L. and William P. Ijgon, of Green Ville, visited their aunt, Mrs. J. II. ( McDaniel, in town this week, J. Mcid). Bruce conev to the front tili weeK with a new advertisement, which I interesting reading at this season. See wV'ha he says. W. P. Stewart Was successful in killinIJ a genuine mad dog on Crow Creek las Thursday. No damago has been heard o at the time of killing. Seo chango in the advertisemellt of T. IJ Harris. He olfors special bargains in al lines. Soda pt 2%2(e per piouiIt(-Give hIm I call, you will never regret it. The booKs of su...

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. — 27 June 1895

Tit for Tat. DJ "Hullo, little girl, will you toll me the Ti flows, For I haven't had timie to exIallilnc the papers,tiI And I'm anxious to know howi a tiny mi1te views 'io ubiquitous blot of political capers. PC "Has anything happened that's funny Or $I, queer ? SI Do you favor the party they chuila n ui el eted? Are the words of the editor, think you, T, sincere ? Has the weather come around as the Bureau expected ? "Is it true that the king is really dead ? h Have the rogues of the 'Lib' turned at n last in contrition? cq And do you not fear you must stand on d your head , To read the paper in that strange post- 8 tion ?' "O cs I will tell 00 the news," she Cx- St claimed, And thus from the paper inverted she T read: I "The wicked old sparrow, Wif his bow an' arrow, Has shooted that poor little (Cock tobini B dead. "lAn'en," she continued, "the awfullest M IHas happened; you never- could guess, if you'd try, Poor little Jack Iorner Ile sat in a corner, An' there wasn't a plum 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. — 4 July 1895

*H E ?OI LS 5. -NO. PICKENS, S. C, THURSDAY, JULY 4 1895. ONE DOLLAR A YEAR. ..TAITON RIVE - RIG Narrative of the Battle on the 25th of June, 1864. HY .IMES A. IIOYT, CO. C., P. S. S Thirty-one years ago to-day th1ere was an impromptu battle It(. Stautntoll River Bridge, onl the Rihimnond and ativille Iailroad. This was the only lii of railway then open for the tranIpol'ortation Of'o1lier's an'd supphies 10 Lee's army, which was conci1e1tIate(d around tichiond and Petersbulrl1'g. The Federal cavalry had been raiding aliong thle railroads between lmn toll and Weldon. N. C., 111( c013ommun133i cation had ble sopp10)e( between Voldon and( PetersbI'urg, Va The (11100o va3 (ilito serious and gloomy, as the aIllill 110 and deyence or tle ContilualncO of tile stlruggle on the pa)3rt of (t Confederates ,ly inl tile pjrCeervatiol of Ithis sinlgle lilne of rail wAy ilitact. The ttestiutionjoi of an1, imiportant bridge at Such a juit.tre woulhave seIs011y eIbarrassed the situati oll of Lee 111...

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 July 1895

The People's Journa T. U. ROBINSON, Editor. pUBLISRED XV3Y THUiBDAY. Subscription One Dollar a Yea cntered at the Post Ofilee at Piokens 1 second-class inatter. - APTERTISING IATES. one dollar per inch for first insertion, & tO d o a sbse Uent insertior Liberal disornt for aldvert eSC IRts on 1u nuval contract~s. 'IOIIus Clisl. Anual eou tracts, payable quarterly. No favorites. one )rio to fll. No atn clall positiol or spochi3I ratesi to foreign tit vertlsors. All alieli aUst tako the run o tv PAe or sa abide by seih rates. Loc a notices, ill local (0lu11, 10 cent per line for first, insertion and five cents fe each subsetuient insertion. Advertisement,;s for coimng issie .Allol be handed in not later than Monday morn InC,.ile editor will not, le responsible for fl1 views and opinions of corresponidents, to less the same are editorialv endorsed. TlUISl)AY, JULY 4, 185. Mass MEETING. We sce from the Sontinel of his week that County Clairnau, W. A Hamilton, has called "a Democrait...

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 July 1895

The People's Journal LO0AL ITElMS. Saltday mod off quietly and no prope ty wvas '801e J.. m Neely, wbo lives two mile south town, found a cotton blossom in his field c the 1st instant. A rattlesnake pilot was killed on Silvi Creek last week and it measured near] seven foot in length. A~sS Cora Bowen, who has been on ple ant visit to relatives in -Central, r< turned home last week. The will of Miss Eliza Griffin was admi ted to Probate on the 26th instant, and ti: property goes to Allen Durham. An excursion will be run from Grewi ville on the 9th instant, at 9:30, a. h. I Asheville, returning Wednesday. See the change in the advertisement < misses. Rogers and take advantage of t) reduction in the prices of their goods. Superilsor Hendricks was in town Moi day on official business and says that ral is needed in th-j Pumpkintown country. Charles Childress, who lives about fot miles West of town lost a fine cow laI week. It is supposed that lightening kille her. Prof. W. W. F. Bri...

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 July 1895

My Mother's Song. When the thrushes cease their silgilg and the wild bees leave tihe-, clOver; Whon the glory of the sunset fadeIS, and leaves the heavens pale ; I When above the hill and mountain lm istY shades of twilight hover, And the discords of the daytiIlW fia away in distance fall; When the rath ivheat gentlY rutsti4's, Iid the thilid a8pells shiver, And the West wiid siglhinfIIoftI, Scent from sleeping gowers bring W hen the peewits cry together plaiitive ly by brook aId river Then I hear the .old solng thmt. my mother used to sing. J1ndllil(i my neck I feel tiet pressure of' her lingers varm and slender, And in sleepiig dreallms and waking I hlave felt, it maNy times, Just as when1 4of old I listened to tha.t ditty, (filaint anid teider, Till tiet boughs that Waved above us caught the adence of the rhmIyes; An id my heart throbs loud and iquickly :Is I hear it rising clearer, Youth is ile. its hoples anld Visions. dreams and plis are mine aaii ; Earth is fairer. life is sw...

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 July 1895

E I s VOL. 5.--NO. 26. PICKENS, S. C., .THURSDAY, JULY , 895- ONE DOLLARA YEAR. Man and His Shoes. "How iuch is a ian like his shoes ! For histance, both a sole may lose; Both have been tanned ; both are made . tight. By cobblers; both get lbft and right Both need a mate to be complete, A nd both are made to go on feet. They both need heeling, oft are sold, And both i' time will turn to mold. With'shoes the last is first; with men The firstshall be last ; when The shoes wear out they're mended new, When menl wear out they're men dead, too! They both are trod upon and both Will tread oh others, notuing loath. Both have their ties, and both incline, When 1 olished, in the world to shine; Atid both peg out. Now would you choose To- be a man or be his shoes ?" Sam's Prayer Meeting. *BY ffARRIlS CARY1. COX. ft had been a pretty bad wreck, to be sure, and the morning edition of the XEastoin yapers would toll of the fear ful collision that had occurred just as the train entered Lead Valley...

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 July 1895

Thee Journtal T. 0. ROIlEON, Editor. JULX8HMD XV3R? TiUaSDAY. Subscription One Dollar a Yeai Entered at the Post Office at Pickens al secont(-class iatter. ADVERTISING RATES. One dollar per inch for first insertion, fif ty cent1s for each s tisequent insertion. Liberal discoflnt for advertisements on an nual contracts. Terms cash. Annual con gil wnblo quaitrterly. mo price to till. No pe. -ecial rates to foreign ad. .eli must take the ruu ol .bide by such rates. In local column, 10 cents insertion and five cents foi isertion. Advertisen... its for coming stle should be hauled in not later than Monday morn ing. lie clitor will not he responsible for tie views and opinions of correspondents, ui. ejs the saIne are editorially endorsed. THURSDAY, JLTIY 11, 1895. MASS MEETING. It is truo that tho mass meting was rather an extraordinary affair and was called in an irregular manner, the County Chairman not having the authority in his oflicial capacity to mako the call, yet "all is well, th...

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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