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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 11 July 1895

The Pble's Journal. XVAL TEIMS. Col. William Nimmons, of Eas tatoe, is sriously ill. John T'. iog'gs, of Liberty, keeps school'boJh fbr Wnle. The court house is protected and adorned by. lightning rods. The Hagood school, No. 88, will begin Monday the 22nd instant. L. T. Winpy & Co., of Maynard, have started t)iem a jug factory. Mr. M. B. Moore, of Crow Creek, had cotton blooms on June 27th. - Come out candidates, the pri mary will be on the 87.h of July. J. H. Clayton, of Mala, found cotton blooms on the 2nd instant. A. M. Mauldin, of Easley, re ports cotton blooms on the 1st instant. Miss Stella Newberry is visiting friends at-Princetown in Laurens county. G. W. McOlanahan is hereby an nounced'as att candidate for Cotton Weigher at Liberty. J. T. Hit reports lice on cotton in Mt. Oarmel section, and other crops in fine condition. J. E.. Sanders, of Liberty Town ship reports good crops, except the cotton which is badly injured by lice. The Piedmont Baptist Associa tion will mee...

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 July 1895

Jack of PatriotIlsn. By Sli wAINrtt sCoTlT. Breathes there a uitn iti sol So dead Wlho never to himself hathi said, This is my own,my native hnd! Whose heart hath ie'er withili ull burned, As home huis footsteps he Ilath tlrne< From wandering on a foreign sijaand If such there breathe, go, mark hini wel For hin no ijinistrel rilptures swell Illgh though his titles, jin'tnlI Is minu Boundless his Wolith as wisl can laim Despite those titles, power and pelt, The wretch, concentrate all in self, livil r1 shall forfeit fair renown, And < ouil.Y d111g, shall go tlow"i To ie vile dust from whence he sprun, Unwept, unhlonored and unsuni ! A President.'s Powers. President Cleveland, inl appoinitin1 at Chief Justice of the U nited States is said not to hih e made known hi selectioni to the luembers of hi, (abilet 11il after the nomiatitiol had beenl seit to the Senate. 'I'he Cabinet ministers Iearned of his choice only after the fornzia an noineemet lihad been maiitde. Il actiig thu en...

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 July 1895

_THE__PEOPLES.-JORNL._ C S C UL,4ONI)OLLAR A YEAR. and guardians of oul- own rights and our ballots given as peacoful weapons of defonso, and no honest and loyal altizen is willing to deprive us of them and we shall fight the fiesh, the devil and all his imps through every court and power in the nation before we shall be robbed of our rights by an archistic nullifiers. A privilege class government pro luceos on the one hand a class of cring ing suppliant cowards glad oven for the Poor privilege o life for a short time, %nd ( nt the other a class of arrogant, ruel and heartless murderers because onscious of wrongfully obtained power w hose members fear nothing from Aheir creaturos, the ollicers of the law, who construe and administer it as suits Ah0 will of their masters. Such a government we have in this state to-day, and the ruling faction is n favor of handing it down 'in all its hvick(dness ats i a curse to genierations inborn, but we are unwilling to entail mch a legacy to futur...

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 July 1895

The People's Journal. T U..R1OBINSON, Editor. e PUBLISHBD VBRY THURBDAY. Subcripton One Dolar a Year Entered at the Post Oflice at Pickens as secomik-claiss m atter. tc A -DYERTIS1NG RATESO One dollar per incli for first. insertion, fir ty cents for each 8ihsegateqit inisertion. P1 Liberal dliscoult. for tilvertisementS oil a- ri nual coutracts. Tertios esham. Annual coni tracts, palfllo (itutrtely. No fai rites. One pirie to ill. No spe- p ciali position or sI4prteit1 rates to foreign a- gt vertisers. All $110h mimt. take tile run of tile paper and abldo by muieh rates. 11 Lo til nOtices, ill locjl ColiUill, 10 cents j per flite for first, iisertion and five cents for each1 stibse,4 eit. ietsertiott. Advertisemients for conting issil ilotild he luanded in not. later than NMonday unorn lug. The edilor will not he responsible for the views andu ophidons of correspondents, un less the smitu are editoriallv entlorsed. TIllI I S DA Y, 31 - LY 18, 1895. Thore was a deop and geioral w foo...

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 July 1895

The People's- Journal LOOAL ITiEus. Read the announcement of can didates. Miss Mamie Warren, of Pendle ton, is visiting Mrs. C. E. Robin son. Prof. J. L. Murphree is attend ing a normal musical institute a Hartwell, Qa W. A. Palmer, of Pelzer, wa among his Pickens acquaintance last week. The Pickens dispensary sold during last week, $102.58 of th chemically pure. Liberty sub-alliance meets nex Saturday, the 20th instant, at 8 p m A full attendance is requeste< G. L. Dennis, wife, mother ani father are in Pickens for a fe weeks, stopping at Mrs. Ann Grif fin's. The Pickans sub alliance i called to meet at 3 p. In., nex Saturday. Let there be a good at tendance. An order to the dispensary fixe the time of opening at 7 a. m. and remain open uninterruptedl; until Op. m. Constable Pettigrew, who wa shot in the battle with the moon shiners in gpartanburg, died on thi 13th instant. Mrs. Worrie Goode, and daugh ters, Misso Daisy, Hattie an( Metta, are visiting the family o: Maj. J. H. Am...

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 July 1895

g~ome ano Jainn. ;i 01 Ice Water in Hot Weather. In reviewing the parade on Memi- sti orial Day Giovernor Morton sudden- to 1y fainted. le reciperated, and 01 showed much energy, but in a con- th versatioln attributed the attack, is vhich lj' called aicute4- illdig(a3tionl, U to two ghsses of ice water. Secre- 811 tary Wiidom killed himself by w drinking ice water at the close of t'l his speech before the Chamber of B Commerce. No person wheni heated lh should swallow ice wiater until the Li heat of his umou1th ha,1s taken the it chill from the wiater. of SoNe years ago the opilions of i ahbouti thirty physicialns vere given. fr A little less than half said the use m of ice water by persons who are SC heated is danger'o us ; the other half said it is not so-a fair statement. of the diversity aiong physicianLs col lected inl that way. But that any peison who understands physiology, la especially the relition of the sVIpa- I thetic system to tle brain, and " through 'it to the Iiu ngs...

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 July 1895

pw. VOL. 5.---NO. 28. PICKENS, S. C., THURSDAY, JULY 25 895- ONE DOL:AR A YEAR The Negro Johnson For feits His Life. THE IAILER IS OVERPOWERED And the Sheriff is Kept at Bay. A Quiet Capt ure of t Ie Fated Prisoner and Speedy Work or the Mob Nung to a Sapling and Riddled With Shot.. On Monday morning at two o'clock the officers of the law found a mob of sixty men within two bloAs of the jail. They were hunting Ira Johnson, the negro who shot LFrank Langford at Piedmont a week ago. There was not the least intimation of their preoence until olicer Gunnells discovered them on Brown street. It was hoped inas much as the time for court was so near at hand 'that no trouble would ensue, and the machinery of justice would be allowed to do that which has been delegated to It. Sergeant Gunnells, on discovering the presence of the mob, immediately notified Sheriff Gilreath, who joined him and together they went towards the jail. On the corner of Main and Broad streets they were halted by a str...

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 July 1895

CAMPAIGN AT CENTRAL, e neeting at dentral was late specifying, it fifty people collected at the school )luo about 12 o'clock to hear the candi ktes In the primary for the constitutional MXilen00. The candidates are: W. T. W. T. Field, R. F. Smith, Fred I e, John H, Bowen and Laban n. Dr. H. 1F. Smith having to leavt a-theoorth bound train briefly and plain. steted his position on a few of the ques ons. Capt. John H. Bowen said we are con 'onted with the most serious qIstion wi ave had In a long time. I was in favoi f a convention years ago when all wai eace and quiet In the State, but wa gainst its being held at this time. But I i on us. The questions are suffrage, free behools nd the homestead. Election laws hav ot to bear alike on both white and black L law may be made to appear this way and still not be fair in its practical lppli ation. I was sure Goff's declsion 'wouh in set aside. I am opposed to any electioi aw that needs fraud to carry it out. W4 !an afford to have a fair el...

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. — 25 July 1895

The\eoyla''Journal. LOCAL ITZaxs. See change in Harris' ad. and give him a call. Miss Essie Eearle, who has been visiting friends in North Carolina, 'eturned home Friday. Send us the news, some subscri bers, or some mbney, whichever you can "raise the handiest." C. H. Carpenter has withdrawn from the race for the Constitu tional Convention. See his card. Miss Eva Holcombe attended the institute last week, and was the guest of Miss Ida Sutherland. See change in the ad. of Jones & Garrison, dry goods and shoes, Greenville, S. C., and profit there by. Col. J. E. Hagood and daugh ter, Miss Queene, arrived in town Saturday from Charleston, and will remain for the summer. H. C. Shirley, G. W. Dorr and J. N. Muiphy have been appoint ed by the governor, commissioners of election for Pickens county. There will be a picnic at Prices mill near Sunny Dale post office on Saturday the 27th instant. All are cordially invited to attend. W. F. Hendricks, of Pump kintown township, lost a valuable...

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 July 1895

Accoiniplielhtiente. A girl should loan to malte it bod, To baiko good bisoult, cake and broad; ''o imandlo deftly brush aind broom, Andi neatly tily iIl) a room. A girl should learn to darn and invnd, To c:iro for slck, the baby tend; To have entoigit of style aind tasto To tima it alit or lit a wiist. A girl should learn to value ttimo, A >i11tute hang, a ItItIder climb, A md not to alnmost raiso tho houso At sight of a little h1armto1 m108 u 11se. A girl should learn to dress with sied. A nd hold tight hicting 'gilnst her creed; 'To bu y htr shoes to lit her foot.; II fa I, above all vailt deceit. A girl sholild learn to keep hor wordj, 'To sproatd 110 farther' gossip hoard, ilosio or abroai to be at. case, A ni iy Itr best, 1o cheer andt pletse. A girl shioihl leantto Sympatiize, 'lu be re'liitm, strong, andti iso; - I ('-m'V ever lnit, gentlo he A mid alwaiys t rmlly womnaily. A girli shoitil learn to fondly hold ''rue worth of valuo more tihant golti; Aecoiplishel thius, wi...

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

*% t _L THE PEoP.L.,DE A 8 VOL. 5p-NO. 2o. IICKENS, S; C., THURSDAY, AUIGUJS'I k.OEOLAAYAR SENATOR TILLMAN AT TIRZAH. WHAT N9E SAID TO THLE AliLIANCE. MEN IN YORK. The Cloak of National Democracy Thrown Aside-Governor Evans oi the Contitutional 4. onventionla Benjamin R. Tillmgan made his first appearance on the hustings nine year agoat Tirzah, in York County, and thc Reform movement there had its origin, He spoke there again on last Thursday at an Alliance piu-nic, and openly do lared his purpose to throw otf allogi ance to the National Democracy if the South and West will join in the forna tion of a new party pledged to silvor. S6nator Marion Butler, of North Caro lika, first addressed the meeting in V long and vigorous speech. He main tained that Congrossmen were misrep resentatives of the people : that they had covered the financial question : that the people had risen in revolt: that a big crop of millionaires hau grown from tho present flinancial sys tem; that the currency que...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 1 August 1895

The People's Journal. T. C. ROBUNSON, E1ditor. PUBLI8HED EVERY TEURSDAY. Subscription One I)ollar a Year Enlteredl at the Post Oflico t. Pickets as seconti-chvag matter. A )VERTISI N IATES. oi0 3ola pr per itel for first. inisertiont , lif t r 'eits for e4 el4 -ti' st44 I t' insertiot . 'Ljibera (iscomtt. fi4r. 1ivertiselt1 imts onl aln n4tal coittracts. 'rei-rit cawth. Aniiil cotn tra(t-e , patvathle 4luirterl.y. No favorites. O4e pricei to till. No spe (-!It posit ion orl tpeciali rates to foreignt ad r tisers. All such intst. take t -e rutn of ti.' paper amid abide by suli rIttes. 1. : 1 ] 1ti4 -s, iit 14 Iva I n1 111, 10 veui I per ii44- fir 'irst. iisertion ata live cenits for e1telI su4bs4 - tel t iisert 44iol. Allvertiseinvents fior comtlinlg issite atna 1 1:11414,41 ill t tt e t 14444: 4lo11tla 144orn lig. i1 h e c(li 4r will 114 hm re'spiltisible f4or lte vi .1u41 4I4oi 41it1i't 'of or m ' , n less lit same are uflittriali vittlorsecl. IT'(l l I '(1)A Y, A li'T~ 1 1i5. 1 Th...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 1 August 1895

The_ Peole's Journal. LOCAL ITEMS. Miss Matthews, of Williamston, t visited Miss Carrie Wyatt this I week. t If th seaons continueso there will be an abundanco of corn made this yoar. Many are they who are now seek ing the shady brooks of the moun tains. Rev. J. E. Foster began a pro, k tracted meeting at Secona last Wednesday night. A splendid rain fell here last Sunday and revised and refreshed some drooping spirits. Mismes Marie H. Michol and Co cile M. Sellars, from Charleston, are at the Ambler House. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Griffin and children of Williamston vis- I ited relatives here this week. Born unto Mr. and Mrs. A. R. N. Folger, of Greenville, on tho 23rd ult., twins-a boy and girl. Mr. and Mrs. T. H-. Boggs and children, of Birmingham, Ala., are 1 on a visit to relatives and friends in the county. The Piedmont Association will convena with Flat Rock Baptist church today (Thursday.) A con. tingent will go from horo. The meeting closed at the Bap tist church Ist Thursday nigh...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 1 August 1895

The Ring'0 a eply. BY MARY n. el,A1u1. Tht, Enhglish monarchi, Gleorge i Fotirth, Was riding out one day 1i Windsor park, with prancing steedh And carriage bright and gi. t met a doarse and blusteralg rnan, Who thought It vbry wise ''o flaunt ills sorn of royalt' 1314orc the nonarth's eyes. ; Uncover, 'tis the king we ineet," Said onel who rode anear, SYour disrespect will be construed As anartihy; I f'ear." fl'i fellow anlswered with :u1 With W( would not dare repeat, "I'll not take oifl my hat to hii, Or any king I rneet." ''he king who heard the ruke remark, lIeplied, with gracious smile, A t b)owed with stattely courtesv And lifted hat the while ; I to my icaiest subject would This much of honor give, And pray that long anid happl)ilv The gentlemuan might. live." The king passed onl, Ithe' sujecj(t imuseICl, Surprised to thought-fuliness Was he indeed the gentlenIn'14111 Who practiced gentleness? Would courtesy ati kitliliness As truly hionor bring, And dignify the humles manm 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. — 8 August 1895

THE PEOPLES OURNAL. VOL 5NO. 30. PCKlNS, S. C., THURSDAY, AUGUST , 1895. ONE DOLLAR. A YEAR. The Horse Shoe at Spottsylvania. MAGNIFICIENT 11i'11TING OP1 (-*lCN. McGO WAN'S B1R IGAD)E. (itapic Story of' .tle Valor anhl lIeroisiii ol' Sotit il ail:tollmilnans Ill tile liotdy Algh' --Seveniven liiu irs UI er Coisan111 Fi'iro. The followinig narrali 've of the :plen (lid lighting of le(Gowan's brigatlo at the " l1orse Shoe" in1 tie bt,I of Spottsylvan ia ol the lth o t o NI aty, I So ;4, is from tiiIe 1en of ( "1. I. I". Iliint, of UrOL ivie, aMid is cop1iet fr1onl the .1hairlestoni Siund ay News: GutEE.N VILIE, S. G., DIAc. W0,I'. Col. .1. N. I irowi. A ntlersoin, S. . - I)lar Colonel : I hardly kiow hmv to reply to yOur l avor f rI'Ieent dIatC thirty yeua'-s iS long n% Ville to rem l her~l occurrence.- accurvately. The fmtv ai' pper. that I aved froinl tl- muirriediiei l, t\ ipiiantat tox I itlii Lo I ACuL. J. 1". 1 .1 ( taid well, adlli they were e IitpIAMcdti, I teriJoIre I wih 16a...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 8 August 1895

Tile People's o. T. u. ROINONS, -. ...-j..- - -jj ~jjrfDAY - One Doliar a Year Subscriptio -1ost Oieo at Pickens as cco-e 'uor. ADVERTISING RATES. Ono dollar per inch for first lInsertion, nf-. ty cents for each subsequent insertion. 111E Lilberal discoumt for adlvertisements on an- Or nual contract.t. Tertms cash. Annual con tracts, payable quarterly. No favorites. One price to all. No spe- ed cial position or special rates to foreign ad vertisers. All such imust take the run of ev thi paper and ahide by such rates. by Local notices, in local column, 10 cents per line for first insertion and ive cents for each subsequent Insertion. Advertisements for coming issue shouhil be handed In not later than Monday morn- 11I ing. T The editor will not he responsilile for the ytew.s and opinions of correspontlents, i less the same are editorially endorsed. 01 THIURSDAY, AjliT(l 8T 8, 1895. AFTER TIE PRIlMAltY. W Tho voto in the primary, taking o it as an aggregate for the State, d was compara...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 8 August 1895

The People's Journal. LOCAL ITEIMS. Laziness is a much greater thief than a pickpocket. In battle only one ball out of eigty-five takes effect. Twenty hens will give as much yearly profit as a cow. The estimated population of the world is 1,450,000,000. He that cometh to want through laziness, doth not deserve pity. M. 0. Looper began to teach a singing school Monday at Nine Forks. Mr. Ralph Dargan, of Spartan burg, is visiting friends in town this week. Misses Marie and Lucio Folger, of Easley, are visiting Miss Corrio Bruce this week. J. T. Hitt, of Maynard, was in town Monday and reports good crops in his section. Rev. 0. L. Durant began a re. vival meeting at Bethlehem Sun day and is hopeful of good results. The many friends of T. L. Nor ris hereby announe hun as a can didate for cotton weigher at Lib orto. Mr. and Mrs. Jeremiah Looper are visiting their daughter, Mrs. A. J. Boggs, at Fort Hill this week. Rev. T. J. Rooko began a pro tacted meeting at Enon Sunday and the indicat...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 8 August 1895

Simple Recipes. I'luddiing Puffs.-Niile tilble.4poon flis of Ilotir ; pourl' into thil t pin 01111 a hallf of milk, at little sallt, nlii Well beaten ; hen bulter nii il'ge t.II>, till tihemll halt'-ful ti aike lifteelt mitev. Serve uitl L Satice of butter and Suga;r i.eael poundls llour," One pint of Inlilk, -Si eggs- --l l Ii ' iist e it il it it, -- i ,ilt'e I, ( ; , te i iI.- or yeast \1'(vou w isI: wbill vo a.i SI i r il I la 011( fSligar . r It ()|viouili fs--Ii~l tet' eV roise.il I)Ivkcvi(.Il.-- Si.\tivel, O*' i to aL p~int of I i 'i i I eggti i , oll( tit''t;. S.'iit' i linc o:t iiugari l1t vi tll 'idIt I il ' , 11W11114.lie ||1' 1 and a ' 111c j ytli . 1 1 -il ';ill lit i' lisilis ill Ile tit rI e i " li I l till j 'll t ii it. 111 leill ill ir stillill' I.lard. .li olii iiit ii. - - l | ri IIl i I '( Ifw I i t A ili li f ('ll itll , olks of ig t li i; weete it ver il t alt ' ' it of a i' lollii of lti lleli dI ;llllild4, potllutled illie Wil ro.-'v' val or. Sti i it 41n...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 15 August 1895

Ii E THEKIN S PEOPLESJUR A . - O--- -- Self Respect. Trent eVolry one with respect,, mlyh At h(ome( or upon the street; No matter wMit is the age or sex Of the one you chance to meet For, remember, it's not so uiwch wl they are, Or that Llhey have-hait rded ph, Nor because they are Indie, or getltl muen, But because you're a gentlemankii you self. Tom Lovell's Refornation. "%No, lIc's not wuth his sali, an' hi married to one of the finest winm in this country. You wouldn't thin to look at him, that ho used ter be rog'lor dtide, would you now ?-eekt an' whito pockot handkerehov ever di an' Sunday, too ?" ", You don't sesso."1 'Yessor there's Io (leony'i' he 'i1Z fine-lookin' chap an' beti a igito takin' wa.N with the wininen an' (!Ii dreni ; but the men never did set Int sto' by him, though you could n't tie likin him when you kinowet him t( save yet' life ; but yer see le 'uz frol Talathy Jiwn, an' ill ol[. iettleonei noth'n' front Talathy towi, don't g Tile mei 'uiz dowi on lIllin ...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 15 August 1895

lhe Pe$$le's Journal. T. C. ROBINSON, Editor. VUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. ibscription One Dollar a Year Pntercd at tho Post OflIC at Picken' as ond-class niat ter. ADIVELRTISING RATES. n11e dollar per inch for first Insertion, flf cents for aci sti)se( IiLent insertion. eral discont'it. for [tdvert isenints on a,, I contracts. Termns cash. Ainuial con tS, piayIlIet3 1utirterly. o favorites. One price to all. No spe positioni or sPecial rates to foreign ad ,isers. All swh itust take tho run of paper and abido by mueh rates. >eal 110tices, inl local colna, 10 cents line for first, inserton and five cent.s for i subseqtuent insertion. ,lvertisenents for comting Immste shonld .aided in not later than Monday morn iie editor will niot be respotisible for the vs amid opiniois of correspontlents, un the same are editorially endorsed. TIIl'8RDAY, AU(i'WST 15, 1895. Constituton ConentIonm. 'oto at the General E lection, ;ust, 20th, for: W '1' .1I1. 1,11) W1' T' BOWE N (4OFF VIEDS. I the Unit...

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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