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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 15 August 1895

The People's Journal. LOCAL ITEMS. See Morris for anything in school supplies. Dr. W. F. Austin will be in Central, August 19th, to 22nd. Mr. Parmelia Hunt of Mount Carvnel section, is seriously ill. Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Hunter, of Liberty, visited relatives in town this week. Dr. George Robinson, of Polzer, is visiting his son, C. E. Robinson, Esq., this week. J. D. Ratterreo, and family, of Chester, are visiting Dr. and Mrs. Cureton, parents of Mrs. Ratterroe. J. B. Looper, of Maynard, is im proving his premises, by remod elling and adding to his dwell ing. Miss Laura Hagood and Miss Fannie Murrow, of Birmingham, are visiting Miss Queen Hagood in Pickons. R. C. ]Robinson announces that he is a candidate for Cotton Weigh er at Liberty, as nobody seems to want the place. If each candidate running for cotton weigher, at Liberty, should vote his own ticket, the race would be to run over. E. F. Keith, of Table Rock, was in town Monday, and says that a great many people are visiting that ...

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. — 15 August 1895

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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. — 22 August 1895

''I H1P RE- EOP E' O RN . - VO-- ------- 3----- --------..------ . S- -A.G-UST 2-- ... _ VL5.-N.32. PICKENS, S. C., T1HURSD)AY, AUGUST 22, 1895. ONE D)OLLAR A YEAR. Words. [ -- 01 One day a harsh word rashly said, el Upon an evil journey sped, n And, like a sitar p and cruel dart, ti It pierced a fond and loving heart ; e, It turned a friend into a foe, A And everywhere brought pain and woe. li A kind word followed it one day, Flow swiftly on its blessed way; it healed the wound, it Soothed the pain, I And friends of old were friends again; L It nade the hate and anger cease, 0 And everywhere brought joy aid pance. I But yet the harsh word left a trace t' The kind word could not quite efface; And though the heart its love retained It bore a scar that long remained ; b Friends could forgive, but not forget, QV lose tho sense of keen regret. Oh, if we could but learn to know tLi How swift and sure one word can go, 0J How would we weigh, with utuost catre, Each thought before it sought...

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. — 22 August 1895

Water. ay pRoI:IVsoR w. T IRTS11I LJASDAI So many disew Onc Dollar a duced into t1 - .oredl at the Post 0111ce at Pick a qg id-citss matter. ADVERTISINU 11ATES Olte dollar per inch for first iniserti< ty venits for each sihsewtent. ints' Liberal Idiscoauit for attivertiseniits nMital cotstraets. Terns -;ash. Anmit tractts, intyable <itart erly. No fiavrites. O)ne price to all. N cia I posit iin (r spwit I rates to foreig vertisers. All sch mnnust take tihe tha paper aind abide by smch rates. Loral notives, iln local columnun, 10 per line for first, insertin at( I fiye cel Cach sit hse.'iteit inisertiott. Aivertisementnis for cotag isati, lie hitIlded inn not later thin Monday tig. The tilitor will not. lie r(.sipontsil) le f vIeWS anttl opi niolns of (co1rcspondoent ess tile Saine tire editoritly endorsed THillISi)AY, AIGUI'ST 22, 189 WilY THEY FIGhI'r. The ielers of TiE Jou cannot get the result of the t ioIn from thoso columns this v Ibunt it will venturo the assoi that the ...

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. — 22 August 1895

The People's Journal. LOCAL ITEMS. See Morris for anything in school supplies. Some interesting railroad news may be expected next week. J. C. Drerman, Fayetteville, Tenn, vas in town this week. Miss Annie MoBee, of Green ville, is visiting Miss Essie Earle this week. Mrs. Reese* Bowen, Sr., is quite fooble,- suffering from nervous prostration. W.. 0. Singleton, of Anderson county, was in town Monday among his old friends. Miss Hattie Grady, who has boon visiting in Pendleton, returned home this week. Miss Cora Bowen is visiting rela tivos and friends at Groves in Grenville county. Miss Blessie Shanklin and Miss Jennie Gant, of Pendleton, are vis itingMiss Hattie Grady. Rev. 0. L. Durant has had a badly crippled horse from sticking a nail in one of his hind feet. W. T. Robinson, of Dawson ville, Ga., is visiting his uncle, Mr. Reese Bowen, Sr., noar town. W. R. and Mrs. S. G. Oats have qualified as administrators of tho estato of Thomas Watson, deceasd. Mr. W. W. Martin, of Milo Cre...

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. — 22 August 1895

Witer. - - - n. i fly i1t"'Sio W801 all. ~''8 atlt, ill So uany di'aly (iving itself uPo" the fo duccd j;ot, pulblid .tentioin that J-eia iig.,sepossesses inl fit'e 31ille one1 of child the mlosta Sagakciouls, high-mindedlbro and virile of Imioderi , rulers. .1 lit - su~lto-TJ.enno is only, for-ty-ti'e strict at years'5 old, andto his I twvnty-eight yeairs, but duing-t dl Veartis lie has ulpliftCd his people come, fiou a stIte of se'rftdomi to'the f(ront t, vibnk of civ ili.,ation. W he ie (.ite to the thiroine, ;I mIre boy of 15, the, ( t01111r was divided up1) amnglii the A Gold daiwi~ls, thosC feudal lords who fvr ages he prolidly iIduld theirl dis- The tricts by the aid of the amur ni, ought phii :iulled retailiwiS, ait fiought dlmract ctCh other. l ladt li followed ithe y. n traditionls of hlis ncstrs ltsu- as- illus hlito would hv passd his ca ree' r a1ui On e m, inl-visile, unappro11 aelnImble, diivinlity- politen clamin dspot, ruIling by at regenut.drnt llie cho e to eIerget...

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. — 29 August 1895

EP OI F4 * THE_ -PS JOURNAL.__ VL 5.N-3-I IC1KINS, S. C., THURSD)AY, AUGUST 29, I895- ONE D)OLLAR( A YEAR.. A New Woman of the Right Sort. BILINT TRIUMPH OF A MiS SISSII1PI QUEEN. How This Southerai Girl Smalseti a Political Ring-Ier Love flor Fatlher and tie TrutI. The latest " new ' woman is a bril liant daug htor of the conservative old State of Mississippi, who, during the exciting days of the past week whon all eyes were centered upon the Delmo cratic State convention, was herself' a central figure, and, with no Intention whatever of a pun on her name, was a decided power. " New" you may call her by courtesy perhaps. but she is ohi In the sense of being womanly ; and it was no desire whatever for personal aggrandizement which led her to enter into the whirlpool of politics, but was, inutead, that sweetest of sentiments, a daughter's love for her father. The story comes to m-3 from Morid lan, where one of the most ox ,iting State conventions known to the Demo cracy of that famou...

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. — 29 August 1895

The People's ourni T. C. ROBINSON, Editor. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. Subscription One Dollar a Year Entered at tho Post. Offleo at Pickens u sec'ond(-la2Ss matter. ADVERTISING RATES. Oie doliar per itech for first In.sertion, fif. I v vents for eacle mithsequeit. itesertiont. I, era l liscouttnt. for advert isentents otil 111. i:eal cont racts. 'Te'ri1 cashe. Atetital cot tIet';els, Imeyable <leearterly. No favorites. One rive to all. No spe. vial position or special rates to foreign tlu. vertisee-s. All sucehl mist, take the r otin tha imper ail abide by attch rates. I0.o 1I notices, in lotcal c'olittluet, 10 cett p-r lite for first ittsert.ion anil five cenits fo cach sithst'e tient. itsert.ion. A\lvert iseteemtts for concinig issie shotitl he .:eieleil ill Ilot later tli MoIhnday morn ing. Ti'ie e'litor will nIot he respomsible for thet view.1s k.A1 oliiti)o1s of correspotietls, nitn ess tile sate are editorially endlorsed. 'TI ILtSDA Y, Al T'ST 29, 1895. I:. iEilrou :--I wish...

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. — 29 August 1895

The People's Journal. LOCAL ITEMS. geo Morris for anything in school suppliep. Boin 'Anto Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Hopk'is, on the 28d instant, a son., The Fckens High School will open n Monday, Prof. M. S. Stribling 1 charge. The .wife, daughter and three - sons of D. W. Mcdonald, of Rices, are confined to their beds with fe vor. Lawrence Hutchins' son had the . misfortune to have his hand very badly hurt last Thursday by the discharge'of a cartridge. E. C. Sanders had a finp speci mion of cotton stalk in town Satur day. It had 35 grown bolls on it and is an average stalk of his crop. Ezekrei Whitner, colored, of Central, was committed to jail last week, to serve a sentence of thirty days for assault and bat tery. Treasurer Youngblood was tho first one to show an opn boll of cotton this season in Pickens. It was found in the field on the 24th instant. Cards are out announcing the marriage of J. E. Hagood, Jr., to Miss Dora A. Folger, in the Pres byterian church at Easley, on Sop tember 4...

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. — 29 August 1895

'7 pFrom tile artenviuze Mifotutaineer. - GREENVILLE LEGENDS. BY PROP. F. AtiUtNO11, Pi. 1. Kate Dillard's R14e.* (AI Episotc of fite Revolut (unarU War.) Who ridoth so switly through the tempes and igiht, AMid the p1a of the thunder, the flashes o light 'rhrouiigh 'the blist of tle stortu mind t11 (iowmipolar of rain, On a1 citurger, fotin-covered on hetati ati of inine ? 'Tis i wolill !-A womati ? Heaven Watte) o'er her dlight.! A wonitin't t Mt oat. tit. this sesor of ilalkt ? litt' the sorest <ilstres canl have proampted he: rimteO Afiti perils tha1t note but, the bravest, wol face ! No, no ! yo're mistaketi! no mot.ive, it of saving hamr own life, 1111th counaiselet lit lee(l ; No, no ! to stive others frotim <ianger tai fill. Siith, such is her erriid it. the risk of her till, At tie risk or' her fortueite, at. th risk of' I hkelilth, At. t ie risk of her lioiestetel,10 her' shlter, 11 wvettith, A iit well site hath reckoaseii the cost. o' hi1 fliglt, ior gmizinig beliid...

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. — 5 September 1895

4.* A,~ 'K -= . = I PEOPLES - - 4 VOL 5.---N0. 34, ' ES .CT RD Y. l-"M E Tho Sweet Itelease. The following touching Iem was written by the late Gibbes Gardiner. of Augusta, a., whose life was chequered with ups antld downs in in finite variety: After a while a busy br'in Will rest from all iis care and paiii A fter awhile l fe's rush will cease, And a wearied heart lind sweet release After awhile a van4ished face An empty chair-a vacant placte After a while a nmine forgot, A crumbled stone, an nknown spol. PH1EBE'S EXPLOIT. She was the daughter of John Art!oy, whose run on the Western Division began and ended at Orival Junction. The Junctlon consisted of a round house the railway station, a few shantfes, a dreary boarding-house, and a choice collection of possibilities ; but Pho'be, being Motherless, spent much of her time on hor father's engine, or in her uncle's otlice at the station, and so got a larger view of life than the .Junction itself could give. At fourteen she had two am...

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. — 5 September 1895

ttraci-. 'Jer -4s enish. Aln'ittilI coi .aylJIe <1ttatrtel.'Y P'orgesn. QO price to tll. No spe tiog'or speitti rates to foreign ndi s. All stic mast tIake the rin of r mi ihido by s4tih rttes. notice, in ocal ('40111111, 10 cenlts I fi first, jise'iolt i d I!'A iveet.ts for Isegtielit fisert loll. -tisenterats for comnitIg issim sh1olttit el iri rot latter tluiN Motiljy itor, lfor will hiolt l respoisihl for tIll sin e ae elitriillyN entiorserl. IHSI)A Y, S1. i"T1m1 i 5,, 1859. 0 wants it.? A GUmp self Il1111(-10\(: I, 7x I I joh pre'i's 1good work. Makow is ill ill ro , \\'ll(I 1[)1111-1 * ho )1It ill ti 111D4111 ii r' C 1(1 y('iU S, wi Nol'w'l *N wollI(I llavo'hd(V ill' N1'i ' till ' ( hl'V )i l 'with 'llitth fr ' <f ( l ay 9 8Pr1I'\ IoiS ple ili ill t o ill(k 1111 , 1 V ' o Se-vo11 Vio'I(Iod tit thlt I ill fil'' cuiwL r l i V(IC(It o<>l th<-II li(g i, iii D Il' S Dt~il' a st I f' tit tU ;IIId.l'iit11( If h ii l(t ' fi'li l t l.> e ( 1lii. t' !(|1* 1 1 < I i ...

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. — 5 September 1895

the ieople's Journal XO AL ITEMS9. W. M. Hagood, of Easley, wa in town Tuesday on business. . . wood, Esq., of Charles N';! i1 relatives in Picken W. F. Blassingane, who now ro sides with his uncle, Dr. Field, wa in town last Monday. Prof. J. M. Looper and wife, o Mica, visited the latter's parent last Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. W.E. Nimmons, of Ocone, county, is visiting her parentE Mr. and Mrs. Reese Bowen. M. L. Shipman and John Duck worth, of Brevard, N. C., woro i Pickens last Saturday and Sunday Mr. G. A. Ellis and mother ar on avisit to their brother and son John Ellie, on the North Carolin side. Di ou know that Tm JoURNA ,ecoived orders for all kinds o Job work. Bost of work and low ast prices. B. A. Morgan, Esq., of Green ville, Was in town Sunday to so -is nephew, Walter Griflin, who i critically ill. Treasurer Youngblood is gotti a )ottor equipped for busness, hav .ng recently purchas(d a cabino mnd a treasurer's aid. Col. J. E. Hagood1 camo up las Saturday to be on hand f...

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. — 5 September 1895

GREENVILLE LEGENDS. BY PRtOF. F. MIfSNtI, I'll. 1). The Legend of the Red Lands of South Carolina. bown the dark Utkat Mountlin, Whence o'er iosi-eladti rocky steeps light Tallulth's silver fountain Prat t ling. bibblinig, fonililtg leaSps, The Oconees coanet (t'sent'llittg Fronl their battlIe With tie C'Peks, 'iheir 1ritimphii an 'oices blendittng Withi the( echoves frotn the( peaks: M Wll brave liagle's-eyt' for Ilter Swept ou11 hlost t tlt 'n111y's lan , As tlirouigli gitiWes of fire mail veit'la $weeps t' hit tle1k by stortnlwinlts fattned1.(I Nalice-aissli-ed and4 Ilooty-itileit, To oir wigwaitiis itek we come; Aft-vt us-, sweet Geonce mhln WA l it joyoll weleonie hlom e !" And~ thevy ealel withl footsteps fleetinig ('hanIlt ilig pal'ants ithrouil tlih grove ; E'very brave reteivet a gret ilig Proin his thll I k yd ii tii I I :v All save Hiagle's-eye, whl takei W iti sur31prise thi it Ie allowi Was' torgot tenl unitt forsakenl, Asketl ii aixiois, I rnibling ltii : "Where, wh~er...

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. — 12 September 1895

I-e 3 ~ ~~ .* . . HE PLE'S JO VOL. 5.---NO. 35. PICKENS, S. C., THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1895. ONE DOLLAR A YEAR. A Delinquent Subscriber. BY EMMA BENNETT. It was the late afternoon of a sultry July My, The heat was intense, and ;1I the doors and windows of John Dame's little unpainted farmbouse were open wide. John Dame's farm house did I say ? Had you asked any one of the inhabitants for a radius of twenty miles round, who it was that lived in the old-fashioned, tumble down structure that stood on the poorest, most unprofitable piece of land in the county,, the answer would have come prompt and unanimous, 4 Matildy Dame.' It was almost twenty years ago now, since John Dame had commenced gradually to fade out of the minds of his neighbors, as an actual existence. Matildy could have told you the exact date. "Twenty years ago, come the 21st of August, since John got his stroke." .Perhaps they had exhausted their sympathy upon him that fatal day so long ago. Sympathy seems ever to parta...

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. — 12 September 1895

Phe People's .ournal . T. C. IOBINSON, Editor. '11UllSI)A Y, Sid"IBLEII 12, 1859. 82 ANNUAL REPORT . 8d .-OF~ 8K JOUNTY SUPERVISOR 8 8t 8f. Pickens Couty, 9 F'or the year beyinning ovmber .1st, 1893 and enwling October 9 31st, 1894. 10 'o the plesiding .1ludge of the Eighth Circuit at Septembwr fern 1895. R 1 Holder, .1) H, Bridge ac Count $ 800 2 Parsons, W S, Coroner 10 80 3 Fulger, T W, Medical c. count 15 00 4 McDaniel, J It G, Consit 1les 1 :15 R Rigdon, L M, Iridge ac. count 69 50 0( Hendricks, Mal t hew, Bridge Iuhulr 1; 18 7 "f " ~ra of E1 tilzationl 00 8 " " 4 spec( iul comnuils sioner. 2.3 0() 9 McDanicl, J 1i (i, JaiI ac couut 334 10 Porsons, P C, Bridge ac c0111- 5 00 11 Mul11ilix, W1 J1, B.ridgeIle. count 2 00 12 Griflin, E 8, speciAl 'om nu11.Ssionel 4 00 13 Clvyton1, L[ (1", Dr, Medical 1Folger, T WN, Dr, Medicl flecolluit 15 00 5 .owen, R A, Panufing tices 10 16 Ed01, Margaire, Ilight o(f way - 10 00 .7 1opkiis, J Wi, Constiale 3 00 8 Farr, 11 W, Linuuher' 11 50) t 9...

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. — 12 September 1895

The. People's Journal. LOCAL ITEMS. -Court begins Monday look out for rain and mud. -The Liberty oil mill is being rap. idly pushed to completion. -Miss Anita Ambler has gone to Greenville to visit friends. -See advertisenment of Columbia Female College elsewhere. -Governor Evans presides over the constitutional convention. -Wilat has become of the Pickens Sunday School mass meeting? B unto Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Hester on the 5th inst., a son. -Miss Essie Earle returned to Chicora College, at Greenville, last. Tuesday. -Miss Sallie Holder visited her cousin, Miss Emma Smith, of Liber ty, last week. -Miss Lola Holder is teaching a flourishing school at Rehoboth, in Greenville county. -Misses Janie and Virginia Lig on, of Greenville, are visiting the family of Sheriff McDaniel. -W. F. Austin, Dentist, will be in Pickens during court week, for the purpose of practicing his profession. -These are fine days for crop gatherers. The germs of disease til. so get in their most effective work ju...

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. — 12 September 1895

11eremr le -re vil -onalc GREENVILLE LEi;ENDS. BY Pnt W. F. 'u1.' im .1. -ti The Legend of Cesalr's Head. I.ike g11it kings, inke1I hnt in all t A111w twied by olle long Ve11ar1it ha,111n1 Of garlintids hiIt eiIW't.ille Ilhei. 'he nouitaii: of the Ibr Rid0,ge I slalnd A nanitians e' r the enllS tle anI I 1111d Tfiat east anl i west lit. 'n 1t,111. 'Their gorgeOlls e'1tiinpy onl h hg The dolie i s o' ile siiipiiih r s ty WI hith itilli Its spat Itll (1% or \* le iAvery tl n L~ike incenlse smo val "al-1b ( s et isfilig r iay il 111 t 'ri i . E1141h1 giant king's I [ghil h n u eaves 'ptivi e f li' Iili en4l 's AI00h gow s i1 hese lill 1n 1 rehs 11il1 their'inti \ t 114150 lt i S tii 'V I i i' 'ii l tu e lii liii vei 41111. lie 111 111 ts'i-l 014 I \l i r i i i i e eel k st l e i s 1 i i l d ' s , li t Ilrl e sk ullli oist l l .' ltitie ptils. . 'Ihe (ir 1.1tnIvs 1al whoSe gorge tis I rail .\rl 11411' 41i .1111tis. (111-41i howliter. Withdrlawnt bethind N igtssahh. screen, Each (Ihky th...

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. — 19 September 1895

11 44 5 VO.5--N.3> ICKIiNS, S. C., TI IRSJ)AY, S PTl M1 R9 1S95- ONE D)OLLAR A YEAR. FRAMING THE OONSTITITION. THE STATE CONVENTION MA K HS A GOOD BEGINNING. Governor Evans Was Chosen Presi dent-He Makes Valuable Sugges tions as to the Changes Needed The Members Get to Work Prompt. ly. The representatives of the people met in convention at Columbia on the 10th Inst., for the purpose of revising and changing the organic law of the State. The members came together in an orderly and dgnified manner, and with a profound sense of the re sponsibility resting upon them. The Register says that "in a task of so great and far reaching importance It is natural that every citizen should ex hibit the- doapest concern, and some time before the convention was called to order the galleries began to be fill ed up with spectators. There were a number of ladies present besides many gentlemen from this city and other parts of the State. There was no ex citement or enthusiasm displayed by members as ...

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. — 19 September 1895

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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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