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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 24 October 1895

The People' Journal. J. E. Boggs is in Atlanta this week. Dr. Earle reports several cases of fever in this vicinity, but none are da-ngerous. J. F. Lewis, who lives in Central township, had his dwelling house destrryod by fire, one night las; week. Eve ybody you can moo or hear of is either down with, or just re coveri from, an attack of the meas Ii. Mrd. Arthur Smith, who lives above Griffin church, is confined to her'bed with fever, but is better at preisent. Mrs. A. R. Harris and sister. _ Aqrie Iolliigsworth, are vis .lantik. and the Expositi-' i that an attempt t break into the residence of Capt H. C. Qrikdy, was made one nih last weekh See notieb elsewhere in thi paper of, -safleof household futi. ture, stock, crops, etc., on tbe 15' of November. Johi {.nes, son of M. L. Jones. who hasbeon confined to his hod with fever is improving. Dr. Earle is treating him. Three gin 'houses burned, with none less than $1,000 loss, and n insurance,.. is Anderson county's record for lsxt wee...

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. — 24 October 1895

Devotedneo to Duty. The longer on this earth we live And weigh the various qualities of men, I Seeing how Imiost are fugitive t or titful gifts at best, of now and then, Wind-wavered corpse-lights, daughters t of the fell, 'lhc more we feel the high. stern-featur ed beauty Of plain devotedness to duty, Steadfast and still, nor paid with ininor- 6 tal praise, 8 Hill flnining anplesl r'compnerii For life's ungarlanded expense i In work dole tquarely and unwastecd I* dalys. -JamA's Russe L Mel'. 0 TRE' ARNSPIKER CHICKENS. a a It BrY ELLA H1IGN;INSON. Well, if there ain't them Arnspiker p) chick'ns in the strawborry patch ag'in, Oh !.' oh ' that's the fifth time this mornin' an' I've druv 'em out with a stove-wood ev'ry time. It don't do a 0 bit o' good. They just git into a nice 11 hill an' go to wallerin' an' scratchin' a an' cluckin'! The cluckin' makes me as aggravated 's the scratchin'-it 8 sounds just as if they was darin' me. F because they know I durs'n't kill 'em. V Oh, just lo...

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. — 31 October 1895

HR OP NA. THE PEOPLEJFS A - :-- - ~. O ~S -~ ~ V -5.-NO. 42 ILCKEiNS S. C., THURSD3AY, OCTOBER y, 1895. . ONE DOLLAR AVEAN. LARGE OR SMALL UOUNTIES. A KNOTWY AND UNSOIVED PItOB Ex-Consgreisman George D. TIE lnan Argues n FavorI orSsRIall Countles W. 0. McGowan Leads 1he Opposi The diiscustion in reogard to large and small counties was coIducte(l inl a becoming sipirit, and there was much ability shown on both sides. Sensator Tillman and Governpr Shop pard want ted to maintain the logislative s'ynnuII( Itry by liniting the iumber of now counties-to be created, but the sugges tion %.was not adopted, and it was thought best to accomplisth this result by limiltingr the area I- -onrssa Tilinan and Capt. W. C. McGowans made the leading speeches on opposite Sides. i. Geo. 1). Tillman said h never arose to spok where he felt so incapa1 blt of doing his best or the subjOct justice, but he would do his best. Had he not been so thoroughly inl sympathy with the movement for theso new counties h...

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. — 31 October 1895

The People's Journal. T. U. ROBINSON, Editor. PUBLISHED RVBRY THKTBBDAY. rt -s .ii i --s-sa. Subscription One Dollar a Year Entered at the Post Office at Pickens as second-clas' natter. ADVElTISI G RATES. One dollar per inch Ur first insertion, fif ty cents for each subsequent insertion. Liberal discount for advert iseionts on an iual contracts. Terms cash. Annial con tracts, payable quarterly. No favorites. One prico to all. No ape cial ,osition or sliecial rates to foreign ad- I vertisers. All aiuch must take the run of tho paper and abide by such rates. Local notices, in local column, 10 cents 1 per line for first Insertion andi five cents for each subsequent insertion. Advertisements for coming issue should he handed in not later than Monday morn ing. Tho editor will not hie responsible for the views and opinions of correspondents, in- I less the same are editorially endorsed. THURISDAY. OCTO0mit 31, 1859. WII1PPEI1 ET. AL.. SPEAK. While considering the suffrage question, the Co...

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. — 31 October 1895

111o Peoplers Journal., LOCAL ITES, ilpt. . J. Herd, of Crow Creek, m.od %own Monday and was hap b lecause a good rain fell in his >ii)n Sunday. R? G. Gaines, General Storekeep- f d Guager, was in tOwn Moi ien route to the mountains on :al business. [A. Arail, a colored boy about gars old, died at his home in i on the 23d instant and was ed near Enon. M. Stephens, of Kings, was in 1 Monday and reports fine corn ,s in his section, but the cot yield is short. Sheriff McDaniel had a fine race iday with his blood hounds. y are rapidly learning their mess and can be dopdnded on good work now, if needed. upervisor Hendriclis was in1 ,. Monday, engAgedwi.th ,mat i i his offico, and left in the )rnoon to look after bridges and d in the lower ection of the nty. 'he infant'of Mr. and Mrs. Srlas -kle died at their home on Cane ek on the 23d inst. Measles A the cause of the death, and the eaved family have the syipa of their many friends in town. .he last will and testament in P. Porrit was ...

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. — 31 October 1895

NOVEMBER-1895. Sm Mon, To. W, Th, M't Sat . , 5'O 96 7 8 9 10 1112 1314 1516 7 18 19 202122 23 24252627282930 BILL ARP SEES THE FAIR. AND HIS FOLjKS SPIEND TIlE DI) 'Tle Arp F'amkly Entjoyed It lingely They 1)1 Not Iteach the Midway. Tle worLld's faitr wits it grandi shov We did not sco it, my wife and I, bti somec, of the family did and the tal and tell of it lasted six months. It wa the greatest show that ever was o - earth. lBut it was too big a show for day or i week. My folks say the novetr got through with it and had 1 hurry over what they did see. Th fair at Atlanta is big enough for me big enough for ily time and my con prehension. My wife and I have bee and it has renewed her youth and no she has somtietbinIg else to talk abot besides the missionary meetings an the grandchildron and the flowers th I haven't put in the pit. Yes, I too her down last Wednesday. It too right smart of proparation, of cours< for she had an idet' that the peopI would all expect -her and observe...

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. — 7 November 1895

'pHE '..E OP.,,, 2 A _- TOLEORA L. VOL 5.--NO. 43. PICKENS, S. C., THURSDAY) NOVEMBER 7, &85- ONE DOLLAR A YEAR. THE GREAT THEME OF Tii HOUR. THE SUFFRAGI QUESTION. Ae Women 'Vill Not. Vote-ihe Main issue Gets Betore the Convention. Th-3 amendment offered by Mr. Clay ton to confer upon women the right te vote was defeated by 121 to 26. The closing discusion of woman suffragu was participated. in by W. J. Talbert, Geo. D. Tillman, Geo. E. Prince, John .1. McMahan, .). P. K. Bryan and others. At the conclusion of Mr. Bryan's speech a direct vote wai taken on Mr. Clayton's amendment, on which the ayes and noes were. called. result ing as follows : Yeas-Clayton, Cooper, Cunning ham, Dudley. 111erbe, W. 1). L'vans, eI phill, Wille Jones, Keitt, McMa han, Meares, Miller, J. 1). Montgom ery, Moore, Nicholson, Larler, Ros borough, Shuler, W. C. Smith, Stack house Taylor, G. D. Tillman, Timme-r man, Whipper, Wigg. Nays-Governor John Gary Evans, President, Aldrich, Alexanier, An derson, A...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 7 November 1895

ThQ ., ournal. T ,ROB1NSON, Editor. iWUI8RUD RV Y THUE8DAY. cription One Dollar a Year Entered at the Post Office at Plckens as second-class matter.. ADVERTISING RATES. One dollar per inch for first insertion, fif ty cents for each anbsequent insertion. Liberal discount for adivertisements on an nual contracts. Terms cash. Annual con tracts payable quarterly. No favorites. One price to all. No spe cial position or specia rates to foreign ad vertisers. All suich must take tho run of thopaper and abide by sich rates. Local notices, in local (oltimu, 10 cents per line for first insertion and livo cents for oaol subsequent insertion. Advertisoments for coming issue shouIld be handed in not later than Monday morn ing Tho editor will not he responsuible for the Views and opinions of correspondents, in less the same are editorially endorsed. THUlRSDA Y, NOV.'11 7, 1859. QUALIFICATION 0F OT1rEs. The Constitutional Conveition last Friday fixod th qualification of voters and took a recess unt...

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. — 7 November 1895

The People's. Journa LOCAL ITEMS. See change InI the ad., of W. TP. McF and read what he has to say ini this issi bliss Lela White, of Anderson, is vi, Ing relatives.and friends in Pickens t week. Miss Dora Iludgens, of E asley, is vii I ng tie MIsses Boven's at this pla C, t week. Mr. Harry Leslie. of Virginia, was town this week, visiting at (ol. Holli worth's. Supervisor Hendricks was in to1 Monday and u'lesday, attending to be ness in his ofilee. Trhero was a fair attendance in toi Monday on the sades, aid the order n exceptionally good. See clhaitgc inl the advertikement Jonies & Garrison aml give them, a e when in Greenville. J. T. Langston is improviig his pre scs and erecting an clegant cot tige re dence oi his farm niear town. Mr. Iri Meares and two sisters, Mik Ella aed Lillie, went to Atlnta h week to take in the Exposition. Jonli 0. Davis, Trial Jucstice of Dace ville township, is critictlly Ill. and lit hopes are entertailned for his recovery. An old wagon. plow sto...

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. — 7 November 1895

OONS'J TUTIONAL 00NVENTION [CONTINUlt FltOM IRST PAW E.| other one In the next one hundret] years. I demand for these illiterate peopil the same protection to exercise the right of the eletive franchiso, as fai as thjs constitution is concerned,' as Ws given to the educated. It is not right and you ought not to discrIminato iin this way against them. I you are go ing to protect thom and give ther tiU right, lot It be a constitutional right or none at all. it is that class of people who alwayE do their duty to their State, and never, never, demand pay in war or in poli. tics. They are satisfied with the priv elege of going to the field or the ballot box and fighting or voting for sone horo or ideal. Your educational and property qual itication of 1898 is tixed. The doors are forever closed against the best and most patriotic class of ieople in South Carolina. Again, Mr. Presidont. I object to this plan because It is a discrimination in favor of the educated and at against the uneduca...

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. — 14 November 1895

*Y~2 - - * " I 1 / -, : I I . - I r1HE j4 I 9 VOL 5.---NO. . PICKENS, S. C., THURSDAY, .NOV EMBER y, 895 Jol MC THE SUFFRAGE OLAUSE FINISHED. W1 THE CRIMINAL CLASSES Altil' W BAItRED OUT. .' -- lov The Legislature Loft to Arrange bly Election Details-Woman's Suaffauge ta Meets Another DeCent. - sh When the constitutional conventiono reassembled, the sufriage article was gi8 once more taken up. The proviso re- ut quiring the appointment of election gis managers from both political parties bot was stricken out, and another fight O over _wonian's sufgrage proved unsuc- adI cessful. Section 5 was taken up, and after coil several uniltportant amendmuents was s adopted as follows: " Any person do- see nle1t registration shall have the right till to appeal to the court of common 11110 pleas, or any judge thereof, and t thence to the Supreme Court to deter- 0 mine his right to vote undet the lim- u tations Imposed in this article, and on such appeal the hearing shall be do dis novo, and the...

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. — 14 November 1895

The People's Journa T. V. ROBINSON, Edioi. PUBLISHED BVERY TggRMDAY. Subscription One Dollar a Yeg Entered at the Post Oflice at Pickens second-class aatteln ADVERTISING RATES. Ono dollar per inch for first. hisertion, f ty cents for each subh01 tient insertio Libral discotint for advertisements on a nual contracts. ''erms cash. Annual co tracts, payable uttarterly. No favortites. On1 price to all. No u1p clial position or special rates to foreign a vortisers. All such must take the run tho papor and abido by such ratos. Local notlees, in local column, 10 con per lite for first insert.ion and five cents f each sithsequent. insertion. Advert.Isements for comin g issute she01 he handed in not liter than Monday mor ie editor will not he responsible for ti views and op1inions of correspondents, it less the same are editorially endorsed. TIIUlSDAY, NOV. 14, 1895. PIROGIRESS IN PICKIENS COJ% TY. Picken~s Comnty hIms bveen ruiet t(his yea blit not 1 idle. h'Ie fiarmers by close ecoC omly a...

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. — 14 November 1895

The People's Journal. LOVAL ITEluS. D. F. Sutherid and family, of Pump kintown, visited relatives lii town last week. Prof. J. Al. Looper and wife, of Mica, visited at 'Squire W. C. Bramlett's last week. Miss Nora Ilendricks, of the Table Morntain section, visited Miss Mattle Hester this week. Solicitor Ansel was in town on tho 7th instant, being qigaged as cotnsel in the finad settlement of the estate of E. I1. Bates, deceased. Tilmon Smith, of Liberty Township, was in town Saturday and shows that he is a model farmer, having old corn in the crib and building a new oae for the crop, whicli he is gathering. Tr. B Higgins, who has been farminig about two miles from town, hias quit the quiet life of the country and restimed his old business, having talen charge of the telegraph ofilce in Gal'ney. B. I. McDaplel, who has been stationed in York Couity,'as storekeeper and gau ger, lis been, transferred to Edgelleld Connty. le spent a few days in Pickens before assuminlug his duties li th...

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. — 14 November 1895

RAISING TEA IN AMERIOA. J)lL SIEPAII'DS 10XIEJIMENTS IN SOUTH CAlIOIiNA. The Question ot'P 01o1ie Not Settled -1'flmoris to Establish the New In dustry ia the Soulh1. rhe proposition has been maintained that tea could be rodeed in America, and recent eXper iments seem to prove it, says the New York Sun. Por' many years it wis not suppoSed that tea could be grown successfully in Itdiai, but since 1851 it has been domon trated that Indian tea is not only good, but also that it is a strong rivatl in the markets of the world of Chinese tea. Tile climate in the States South of New England corresponds very closely with that of the ludian tea regions, and this is especially true of the section about Charleston, S. C., whero the only puersisteUt efort to giow tea in the United States has been timade. Th animual ainufall is a little less than int either .1 apan or Ceylon, ond the extremes of heat and cold air greater, bitt otherwiso the condition, are very similiar. Tea plants have been grow...

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. — 21 November 1895

* *-* . { ' VO.HE P PL..SD JRLL VOL 5:" -NO. P5.ICKENS, S.C., THURSI)AY, NOV' ELM13LBR 21,19.OEDLAAYAR THE EDUCATIONAL SYSTEM Three Mills for the Publid Schools. THE POLL TAX ONE DOLLAll Tiliman and Evans Opposed Eact Other-The Report of the Commit tee on Education Goes Through. 1 HEC SCHOOL DISTRICTS. Senator Tillman said he wanted to start on the matter of districts, becausi many membe.rs wore willing to vote a good levy, if they know how it was Ri be distributed, and on his motion thi debate was adjourned. Ho offored i substitute as follows . Section 5. The General AssenbI shall provide for a liberal systum o free public schools for children betweei the ages of 6 and 21 years. not mentaU; disabled, and for the division of tht counties into suitable school districts as compact in form as practicable, hav ing regard to natural boundaries a large creeks, etc, and not to excee forty-nine nor be less thau nine squar nil a in area: Providei, that in citie of ten thouand inhabitants and...

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. — 21 November 1895

,he People's .Journal. T. V. R1OBINSON; Editor. piUBITsjDivERY THURSDAY. ubscription One Dollar a Year Entered at the Post Office at Pickens as jecond-class matter. .ADVERTISING RATES. One dollar per Iich for first insertion, fif ' cents for each subsleient insertion. Liberal discount for advertiseinents on an inal contracts. Terms cash. Annual con tracts, payablo quarterly. No favorites. One price to all. No spe cial position or special rates to foreign ad vertsors. All such must take tho run of the paper and abide by sitch rates. Local notices, in local column, 10 cents per line for first insertion and five cents for each subsequent insertion. Advertisements for coning issue should he handed in not later than Monday morn Tho editor will not be responsible for the views and opinions of correspondents, ti less the samo are editoriallv endorsed. TILliSDA Y. NOV. 21, 1895. THAT SUFFR AGE PL.AN. The comments on tho suffrage ordinanco are many and various, each one, differing from the o...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 21 November 1895

The People's Journal, LOCAL ITEMS. Dr. W. F. Austin will be In Central on Noycmbor 2 I to 27th. The Picke s and Easley maill now hr. rives 'at 5 o'clock Iistead of 7. Mr. and Mrs.' W. T. Meares left Mon day to take In the exposition. Air. M. L. Shipmni, of j-M " Mr. T. 1). ilairris left, this week for At laulta, where he will see the sights at tl exposition. Read the change In the advertisemen of John '. Lewis & Son and see whal they have to say. 'T'l Stockholders of Tnpt JOURNA: will have their annnal meeting next Sat In'day. Seetthe notice. J. W. Sutieriand, of Knob, wits 11 town 'Tuesday and reports measles stil prevalent in his section. The Commissioner's court is not quit so busy now. The blockaders say the; are goig to quit the business. Miss Essle Earle, who has been attend Ing the Chicora Female College, of Green ville, returned home last week. W. 11. Bryant was in town Mfonda' and.smys that Eighteen Mile Alliance I wide awako and doing good work Dr. J. J. Morgon and his...

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. — 21 November 1895

A GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY. w' " Tqhaikoffsky was but a more tshi novnik, like you and me, beforo he hi wade his daring plungc into the Rubi- P' con that separates dull every-day life from the sphere of Art, and see what, he brought it to ! Rubinstein is a pigmy to him now. Take heart o.1 courage, old boy, you have at brilliant career before you. You only need a grain of faith and a deal of pluck, and th all the rest is plitin sailing." The speaker, Michael ivanovitch Petrolf, was a. low-sized, stout, fair haired man of about 34, one of those unconecious idealists often to be fotind in Russia, who are never so happy as when they are getting a friend out of ta a dilliculty or helping him to a tri- dc unph. His companion, a clerk, like himself, in the service of the Ministry of the Interior, answered to the ntamo of Vladimir Skripkin, and although a handsomoe-lookingr man of some 3o years, or thereabouts, gave one the impression that he belonged to the pitiable category of will-less indivi ...

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. — 28 November 1895

T- -* ~ -A VOL. 5.---NO. 46. PICKENS, S. C., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1895. DO THE COLORED STATR COLLEGE 101VORCOED FRtOM OlAAFLalN UIN VIlSITY. The Convention Decided to Seiparn Church and State-Tho Negro Led i the ifforl. The constitutional ,convention toi up the subject of education, and V pending question was upon the amen ment to section 8 offered by M Derhan as follows: " The Gener Assembly in appropriating money f the institutions of higher education this State shall at no timo make i annual ap ropriation to exceed on tfnth of the money actually paid t'eachers annually in the free comm sHonools of this State from the funi provided for in this article." Mr. Rogers moved to amend by I sorting one-sixth. Mr. Dreher said his object was limit the amount of the appropriatio Mr. B. Rt. Tillnan asked why n leave it to the General Assembly You wanted to leave the whole matti to the General Assembly last night. Mr. l)erhai said his object was protect the common schools ; to pi vent the h...

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. — 28 November 1895

14L ILBED 1CVBl;Y THUR5AY. .ription One Dollar a Yeas ed at the Post Office at Pickens al class matter. DIVERTISING RATES. tollar per inch for first insertion, fit tA for each subsequent insertion discount for advertisements on an ntracts. Ternis cash. Annual con ?ayable quarterly. voritos. Oeio price to all. No spe ition or special rates to foreign ad .s. All such must take the run o: ,er and abide by such rates. I notices, in local column, 10 cent. ) for first insertion and five cents foi bscquent insertion. ,rtisements for coming issue shoule led in not later than Monday morn 3ditor will not be responsible for 0h ind opinions of correspondents, un same are editorially endorsed. 'iIURSDAY, NOV. 28, 1895. 011U DOLLARS A DAY. en the ordinanco oi the pay egates and clerks was takoi Nicholson, of Union, inovoc ike out the extra two dollari rocoinmended for memberi October 15th and other sal in proportion. According t< . ws and Courier, Dr. Fiel< 3re waB a minority report, an( of...

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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