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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 19 September 1895

The Peopds JournaL LOCAL ITEMs. Miss Annio Forguson, of G reon villot is visiting Miss Hattie Grady. J. T. Hitt, of Cross Pains, call od On 1i. Jovu xNAl., and reported cotton as almost a 1 .ailuro in his soctionl. Married on Sunday, Sept. 15th, at tho residonce of th) brido, Mr. Andrew Rackloy to Mrs. Elizaboth Vickory, Rov. Bonjamin P. Moore officiating. F. . Morris & Co. tiro sawing sonio as fine lumber att their mill throo miles south of Pickens ts it has been our lot to 8so in many it day. Orders filled at short notice. We are requosted to state that thooK will be an all-day Singing ti Cross Roads sahool house, near W. It. Garrett's, the first Ai dnay in October. Conio early and bring your books and baskets. Mrs. Frances Barrott diod at hoi h1om1o in Dacuteville towilslip on tho 13th instant. Sho was ninloty fivo yars old 1111d I devot0(l m1om111 her of tho Methodist clhu rcli a( )acuisvillo. Sho leaves four chil. dron to mourn hor death. Mtarried at the rosidence of Tri al...

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. — 19 September 1895

iFrron th urcentllc Mouta-ner. GREENVILLE LEGENDS. llV P*or. U. EM4Y1NIet. Poll. 1). The Jiegend of the White Horse Road. They hatid their chiarmns. thoo golden 411<1)S Of stage voaeh-tritvel and relays, Of drivers, horses, stableis, Of hostelries mue Jolly hosts, Of botirds of cheer itnd nierry tosts At bounteotis dinntor-tajbles, Ofi heartIer intelrcoirse anl wilys. Of k Indlier speech t hai nowtliays, Of telling, olu-tine storIesI A nil still all, all went to decty Anti witnied, dlied out anid patsse~l away W'lit their delights tand glories, Since when the iron horse was born, Its whistle lerowieI tlie driver's horn, I ts ears replicod t he stlg(s, Its 11rains left far asidle the ills, (W pitssed themin by with mocking (tlils, Fast as as teim(pest ilges. N v sticll it fitinot5s ways-1de 41i i Wa., atl this centur y's begin I ')1 1t cross- rotai standiing, N ot fil', 'roinl Ilh(. sa luila brl-iigt*, '1p11onl the su nmliiit of it ri4lge. A leauiteouis view conuin1trliiig. A hrge...

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. — 26 September 1895

v-~* I4~ r~:- A THE PEOPLE R VOL.s 1. PICKENS, S. C., TI IJURSDAY, SEPT26, 89. ONE DOLLAR A YEAR. CONSTITUTIONAL t 3 CONVENTION. C FROM SALUDA To BUTLER. THE ENTERING WEDGE OF TilE 1 TROUBLE. George D. Tillinan's Onslaught Upon 4 His Brother-The Fight Over the Printing. FIFTH DAY'S PROCEEDINOS. The last day of the week was a no table one in the proceedings of the constitutional convention as it marked the real beginning of its worik. The rest of the week had been spent in necessary preliminary matters, which having been finally gotten into shape, the convention settled down to active business. The features of to-day's proco.edings were the formation of Butler County I out of a portion of Edgelield and the speech of G. D. Tillman on the ques- i tion of naming the new county, and the settlement of the printing natturi by awarding the contract to Mr. C. A. I Calvo, the State Printer. Over each -t of these three matters a hot light was waged and the discussion of them took t up the whol...

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. — 26 September 1895

The People's Journal. T. R. IlODINSON,_ iditor. t HED EVERY THURSDAY. V Subscription One Dollar a Year Eniteretl at telo Post OflIco at Pickons as Betond-(lass 1iatter. A1VERITI,4SING RATES. p One dollar per lt for first linsortion, flf- tC tv cens foreach nmtequet, insertion. g 1i1wrial disortit ort i dvertisements on an 111u11 co rct.''erians cash41. Annual Con No iatv'iv4 Oo rile to Ht. No 'pe ti~tl position or sligt-'i rattes to foreign ad rtisers.i ll.Mll stiel iist take the run of 31 0i ]wimpr i abtide by such rates. L ell nloti1es, inl local cohilii , 10 cents per line for 11irs .iisert ion and 11 ve cents for et each subsetititIi. insert10i. w; Atvert iseit'il$t for comnitig lsstioiili1:411d he luuiided in not litter thani Monday morn- al iI. th 'Ilie editor will iot he responsible for the f vlews aind opinions of correspoiuleits, tni less the san rear t' itoriallv enduorsel. wi Ce e1 Ils 1Ni Y, 8F1'1 11'111-Ell 26, 1850 c. so SENATOR TI'Im JI AN. Tespeceb of Sonator Tillman...

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. — 26 September 1895

The People's Journal. * r LOC AL ITElYA. t Miss Cora Bowen is visiting t friends in Central. 1: Major D. F. Bradley was in town f Tuesday on businoess. Miss Tirzah Hughes is visiting See the advertisement of the Vic- I toria Hotel. If you go to tho Ex position, stop there. C If Satan over laughs, it must be at the hypocrites; they are the v greatest dupes he has.-Colton. For'tho sake of depriving others t of pleasure, some people are willing 1 to endure hardships themselves. C C Dr. J. J. Morgan, of Dacusville, I was in town Monday to see Waltor Griffin, who continues to b very e ill. ' r James G. Seaborn, who has be3n J teaching a large school at Concord, t near Seneca, is hoio for the vaca- 1 tion. Dr. R. F. Smith, momber of the Constitutional Convention, speit Saturdlay and Sunday at his homo m Easloy. C The hardest people on earth for ti an editoi' to please aro those who a borrow the papor from rogular t subscribers. 1 To store our memories with a - vA f ; niiJQIien. is; to fil...

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. — 26 September 1895

OONSTITUTIONAL OONVBNTION. [CONTINUED FROM FIRST PAGE.] the Governor for the creation of a new county, the Governor shall order an election by the qualified voters within the proposed area, in which election they shall vote 'yes ' or ' no' upon the question of creating said new county. " Second-if two-thirds of the quall fled voters within the area of the pro posed new county shall vote 'yes' upon such question, the Legislature,*$ its ensuing session, shall establish said new county. n Third-That the proposed new county shall not contain less than the one hundred and twenty-fourth part of the whole number of the inhabitants of the State. " Fourth -That no proposed new county shall contain less than four hund.ed square miles. " Fi fth-No new county shall contain property of the assessed value of less than one million dollars. " Sixth-No old county is to be re duced below the constitutional area. " Seventh-That no now counties shall be formed by this convention." Mr. Patton introduced...

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. — 3 October 1895

-- - * - VOLHE PEOPE'.N.,, _ A VOL. S.---NO. 38. CLKNS . C, TItR )YO OBR i &s NifIA AV1A THP WORK BEGUN IN EARNES' The Executive Department Under Ri view. Thirteenth )ay. The convention entered upon bar work this morning in the consideratic of matters connected with the execi tive department, relating to the estal lishment of a pardoning board and tli power of removal from public oflice b the Governor. A little by-play bega the session in an effort to unlock th wheels of the committee on county goi ernments. LIVELY TIMES IN A SPLIT CO)MMITTIj Mr. Otts rose to a question of hig privilege immediately after the coi rection of the journal has been con pleted and offered the following res< lution : Whereas, the committee on countie and county government has been ir creased from 11 to 12 mnmber-R-a even number-by orde.- of this conver tion, which has frequently caused deadlock and now a permanent dea. lock; therefore, be it resolved, that th Hon. J.W.Ployd, of Kershaw, be adde, to ...

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. — 3 October 1895

The People's Journal. TI. C. ROBINSON, E'ditor. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. Subscription One Dollar a Year Enteredl att the Post Office ait 'ickens1 11s AVI-ANI TI NO It ATES. Ow-e dlilhr per inch for first ilsertion, fif ty v <-'n s for' v'l silb li t et1ilt ils1trtI'n. Libherail dis-olilitt for advert isentents onl al, 1mi;: contracts. Tei- caish. .\nnal voni Cnac-ts, p1;Iyatble 41p1,11-t ery. NI favorites. O(ille price ito all. No silt vial position or spevi'al 1rates to foreigni til vertisers. All sin-li innst tiike the( rain of th.i'ae ap t ihv ttide by stich r a .es. - Lo ial niotices, inl lov~il 4v4)1111ni1, 10 cents wr lin. for first fiit i r tive ceits for tiie tti s-itI- tiit iis- rti i. .\dlvertisei nents f4r <ong ing issile sItt id biv 11;11114-1 ill 11411 hitu-. tlimit \lNIIlay mor T It tX1 litor i liil tIi rt-sponsibi- for tit vi-ws : il opinion s 1f' r i nt nts, i - le-- thll sine sire <-dlitoriallh 4-inlorst-l. illi1' liii1 Yi i'T i tili|-',It ti, 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. — 3 October 1895

The People's Journal. LOCAL ITERIS. "Athens" bunch yarn at Harris' at 75c. Soo notice of cotton buying, by A. J. Boggs, in this issuo. Look out for Clerk's sales and other new ads. next wook. U. S. District Judge Georgo D. Bryan died suddenly at Flat Rock, on the 28th ult. A. 0. Wyatt' has an important notico to his customers which he wants thoem to soo. J. M. Raimpey again appears he foro the readers of this paper with a now ad. wiioli you should road. Alaj. Wa ~rn Boyd last week saw a buzzard, with ia small boll tink ling from the neck, on Iiis farm near town. See McFall's 'phun and phax' this week; thoro is a good doal of phnli and more phax in what he says. Road and se for yoursolf. Soo the now ad. of Miller and Crookshank. When in Green villo, see their excollent stock of shoes. No shoo in tho houso ovor forty days old. Married by Rev. J. L. Mullinix, Sept. 1st, 1895, at the residence of the bride's father, J. 1). Holden, Narnada Parrott to Miss Hattia Holden, all of Pickens co...

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. — 3 October 1895

Do You know ier? I have a little friend who doesn't like to 11ten(l, Tl'o dust, or set the table, or even make a hed ; Tl'he Very ti houg it of's weeping nearly sets her 4ill a-weeping, And she al wnys goes about it as though her feet were lead. She "hates" to rock the baby, and says that somie <hiy, maybe, She'll go away, and linger where they have it) babies 'round To keep folks busy rociking,--but really this is shocking. Antid shet doesni't Imean a word of what she says, I will be bouild. 'Tis true she canl not hear to even wa l k a square To huy a spool 41f cotton, ill stallilps fo- muaumin1ia's Imiail, And it's iuch against ier wislis thiat she's stt to washing dishes. While ill speak of dlarning!- stockingsr is t'enouihrlk to tizmake her 1:alte. In faut, she wants to shirk Ivyti - seiiblin NIi work. Anlti (he only thing. 1 kl (lo 1 e I ty, ,t) har as I nil Say, Is to take her1 doll ;11u4l bsooiik, and14 withini SOlkUe tjlet 11114k TI ead of lv-es antI tairits, .id tIrtami ...

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. — 10 October 1895

r "'I I1 __ HE PEOPLE'_ORNA._ VOL- 5.---NO. 39 PICKENS, S. C., THURSDAY, OCTOBER o 895. ONE D)OLLAR YEAR. Wh A BUSY AND EVENTFUL WEEK, Wh Dispensary, Divorce, Factories and Byi Suffrage, ninj D.f THE DISPENSAltY QUESTION. J. 1 The Legislature is Given Three Options in Dealing With the Liquor Wa Problen-Old Time Bliar-rooms Not Oate of Them. Wo When the convention reassembled it dived into the vitally important mat- am( ter of incorporating the dispensary all law into ,he constitution. ne A motion to indolinitely postpone tha Mr. Clayton's substitute was the pond- unli Ing questi6n.- This substitute was tior read as follows : Per 1 In the exercise of the policeo power on the general assembly shall have no authority to license the sale of intoxi cating liquors or beverages by persons or corporations within this State. The general assembly may prohibit aleu the manufucture and iale of intoxicat- thai Ing liquors and beverages within the bet State, or may authorize and empower bOll Stat...

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. — 10 October 1895

he People's Journal. T. U. IOBI3NSON, Editor. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. Subscription One Dollar a Year Entered at the Post olco It Pickons as second-cass iattor. ADVERTISING RATES . Ono clollar per ich for first insertion, flf- J ty cont for each Othltient insertion. Liberal tiiscotant. for ad vertisements on ani nual contracts. Teras cash. Aninal coil- y tracts payabliP qritsterly. No avorites. One ,rico to all. No spe cial position or speeia rates to foreign ad- d vertisers. All suiel mutist take the run of c tia paper and ahido by sitch rates. Lo a1 notices, in locail coltitinl, 10 cents per linte for first. isertiou atud live cents for i oach sithseqitent insertion. Adivertisentents for vomitig issite s.hoIld lw luanteit in not. later thimn Monday morn- t irig.f The edi(tor wli not. he responsible for the vmws iew l opinlion1s of coirrespouuttents, tll less the sani are editorially endorsed. Till I1SI)A , O(' ~lit 10, 1 . 9. CObNST11111'ITT4NAL CObNVEN 'I'IO1%. f The Colivvilt 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. — 10 October 1895

The People's Journal. LOCAL ITEMS. J. F& Cauley lost a valuable horse last week by death. 8ee the ad. of John T. Lewis & son and take advantago of the of fers they make. Ejlijah L. Youngblood killed two big owls last weok and saved his whito ducks. Miss Stella Newbery and Miss Tirzah Huighes are visiting friends at Princton, Laurons county. Mrs. Jo110, wife of Rev. M. L. Jone1s, is seriously ill with typhoid fover', at her home near Field. N. R. Konnomur, of Kings, cap tured this week in a steel trap an owl, which measured four feet from tip to tip of wings. Rev. Lewis, colored, of the Eas ley charge, will preach at the col ored M. fl. church in Pickens on Friday night, 11th instant. The Pickens delegates to the Constitutional Convention are at home this week, onjoying the re cess which was taken on the 4th to the 15th instant. Married on the 1st instant, at the residence of Mansel Glaspie, Miss Ida Rodgers to Mr. H. N. Manley, all of Pickens. Rev. J T. Dobson officiating. S...

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. — 10 October 1895

OONST) TUTIONAL CONVENTION. [CONTINUFlm FROM 1.IR1ST1 PAO-H THEl RIGHT 01' SU.#IFJR1AGE. Tio Plan IntrodtaceI by sonator Till man as Clairmnua or tihe Sutrrage Comitee. Section 1. All olections by t00 peoVle shall bo by ballot. Sec. 2. lIveir (jualilled elector shall be eligible to any ollice to be voted for. unless disqualiletd by ace. lut no lier son shall hold two oIlices of honor or rofit at the samo time except ollicers .n the mlilitial or notaries public. See. 3. Every m1alo citi.en of tho lnited States, 21 yeis of age and up wards, not laboring uunder the disabili ties named in this constitution, and posses.i ng t-he qualitiintions required by it. shall he a legal elector. See. -1. The qulilications for suif rage shall he a follows: a. lI..bidence in the State for two years, in the couinty one year, in) the 'election district in which t.he elector otfors to vote four mon th1s, aild t h paymnent of t poll tax six lloliths he fore any electioni : I'ro videid. however., that mii...

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. — 17 October 1895

HEPLR VOL 5-NO. PICKENS, S. C., THURSDAY, OCTOBER '7, 1&95- ONE DOLLAR A YEAR. IRBY ON THE WAR PATH. 11' BIDS 'DE1IANCE TO BEN TILLMAN. The Twin Brotherm of Iteflorm No [ongelr Dwell 'ogether in Unity The Suflrage Plan is Denounced in 1itter' Terms-tle Calls it, a P1olitl cal Monst.rosity. - The Piedmont Headlight has Inter viewed Senator Irby at his home in Laurons, in which ho oxprossed his opinion very cmophatically in regard to the suffrage plan pi oposed by Sena tor Tiillmaln, declaring that it is "a po litical montrosity," which will dis franchise poor and illiterato whites. The interview is very racy reading, and is as follows: "1 have had but little to say thus far," romarked Senator Irby, " as only preliminary work was being inapped Out, and the settlement of a few ques tions of any great importance brought beforo that, body. or course there was pleity of tjpeakcrs on hand anid I (lid not desire to fat gue the patienco~of the members. I have carefully watched the delibe...

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. — 17 October 1895

The People's Journal. T. V. IIOBINSON, Editor. PUBLISHED EVBRY THURSDAY. Subscription One Dollar a Year Entered at tle Post, Oflice at Pickens as seol -eI'41 lmatter. A 1) i''TISING R ATES. Orne dolhar per inth for ilrst itsertion, fif ty e-nts for each iltbsetiont itsertion. ilwTil <liscotutt for advert-sonelit.s o,% an 111111 coitracts. Termnx enash. Annual col traq *-s, Pamyable qua~rterly. No favorites. One priCe ti ll. No lpe c0ist-ist-u A r 1e*i k vit'e ,to) foreign mli vert isers. .\ .h Imust. tak( tihe rull of t.a papwr do by sitch nitei4. Loil 1 n t. , local colI1itn , 10lo eits )er line for tirst i ertion anl live cents for each subsentent imnertion. Advertisements for coiming insre slig bei httnded in not later than Mondlity morn lng. 1'he editor will not be responsibli for the Views aid Opinions of correspolidtits, tilt less the saiic are editorjilly endorsed. THURSDAY, O(CTOlEt 17, 1859. THAT, 011 "NSOMEThifING BE' TEAL". When tho si-beasury agitaftion was at its hig...

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. — 17 October 1895

The People's Journal LOCAL ITE191N. W. 0. Singleton, of Oconoo, visiting relatives in tho county. Rov:J. E. Foster mado a plea ant call on the JOURNAL last Fr day. J. 0. Sutherland, of Knob, wi in town 'Tuesday among his ol friends. W. T. McFall and sons attendc the exposition last wook and we] well pleased with it. Mrs. A. T. Folgor, of Knoxvill Tenn., is visiting relatives an frionds in town this week. Supervisor Hendricks was in b offico Monday. He is kept bus; as the end of tho fiscal year dria near. H-. A. Richey and W. Z. Rogeri of Clemson College, woro in toW last wook and attended the ass< ciation. Eddie Durant, who haisbo working insuranco' in Alabama f soveral months past roturned hon last week. Soo the change in the ad. < Droifus & Co., and when you war anything in the way of clothini give themi a call. Applicants for teachor's cortif catos are reques::ed to como earl, Friday, as only oie day will prol ab:y be taken for the oxaminatior T. T. Hughes, of Loopar, a...

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. — 17 October 1895

TH E PRICE OF PEACE. " 11Y MRS. HENR Y L. PRA'T"P. N In all lily travels, from laine tol YO Ithode (sland, I've ne1Ve) c410 lcr'oss% a couple more unlike than what Nir-. sit and Mis' Niis was. Mr. Nius was one of these shut-up- do to-himself men, and he'd glumn 'round L for days Over s13Om little llatter that "s a word would 'a' set right if he'd only t1, been plaln-heartl. III Mis' Nims was all the other wa-- Cl talk it out and done with it-, a little hasty and impru~lent, maybe, but she is I well-meaning, Nlis' Nims is, and as si good a woman to neighbor with as I w want to see. L hev thought whether or no being S of diiferent persuatsiomt: didi't work to t[ keep 'em apart. See, she was brought p up an orthodox, and h1e favored the Mlethodists. She jo'ned witli him and P laid out to do her plrt allolgst 'em, T but she never was to home with thei Methodists. LI Then, anot11ier thing. she hi ated a sI dog, and Mdr. Nims must always hiav'e a tl great clumsy huik. g-ood for notliig c'...

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. — 24 October 1895

99 THE. . PEOPLES ORNL S .. VO * IKES .C, HR6V -COE.24 N 1OL\ A'T WORK AGAIN. THR CONSTITUTIONAIi CONVIM TION REASSEMALES. Takes Hold of the uisinss) i In Harm est. and DispoCs o' a Goal Man Matters. - ' The constitutional cunveitiOnl retm sembled on the 15th pursUant to th resolution providing for the recess, an after the routi no prelinlnarios .attez tion was called to the death of Dir. J. o Byrd, one of the membobrs of the con vontion, and the convontion rt once ad journed out of respect to his meior until 10 o'clock the next morning, a ter passing resolutions in regard to tht sad occurrence. On the second day the conventio mot promptly dt 10,o'clock, Gov. Evaun presiding. There we-ro but few abset tees and the convention got down t business at once and with vigor as the recess had given themI renewe energy. When the convention was call t< orlOer Senators -Tillman and I rby wir of hand. The proceedings werel opened wit prayer as usual. Tno presidont then settled all doub as to...

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. — 24 October 1895

The People's Journal. .T.' . ROBINSON, Editor. ?U5LISHES EVuRY TEU35DAY. Subscription One Dollar a Year Intered at the Post Office at Pickens as second-class matter. ADVERTISING RATES. One dollar per inch for first insertion, fit. V cents for each subsequent insertion, beral discoupt for advertisements on an. nual contracts. Terns cash. Annual con. tiracts #pypilo quarterly. No I Torrites. One price to all. No lpe cial o5.~on-or-special rates to foreign ad ,vertiaers. All such must take the run of tho paper and abide by such rates. Local notices, in local column, 1o cents per line for firpt insertion and five cents foi each subsequent insertion. Advertisements for coning issue should be handed in not later than Monday morn The editor will not be responsible for the views and opinions of correspondents, un less the same are editorially endorsed. THURSDAY. OCTOBER 24, 1859. EXPOSITION DOT@. THE JOURNAL Editor left for At lanta en the afternoon of the 18t instant and landed at the car ...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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