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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 28 November 1895

The People's Journal. LOOAL ITEIVIS. All interested in the speedy com- i pletion of the Pickens railroad are requ6estfd to meet at the Court House Saturday morning. (30th). B Miss Eliza Ariail, of near Eas- fr ley, visited friends in town last ci week. . Mrs. Mamie Cox, of near Easley, ti visited at Mr. W. H, Ashmere's m last week. D Misses Dora and Flora Davis, of di Piedmont, are visiting the Misses Holder's this week. ti Mrs. R. E. Young, of Fairfield county, is visiting her parents, Dr. and Mrs. J. D. Cureton. Mrs. William McFall and son, Henry, of Anderson, are visiting f at Capt. J. L. Thornley's. f Messrs. J. F. Banister and Lang t Clayton, of Central, spent a few al days in Pickens this week. bi Cadets Homer A. Richey and w Pierce Meares, of Clemson College, gE are at home for a few days. Mr. A. C. Sutherland and wife to of Pumpkintown Township, visit' B ad friends in town last weak. vi J. T. Prior, of Dacusville, was in at own last week and entertained his ti tfriends with ...

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. — 28 November 1895

" WHEN GREEK METS GREk." THE TILLMANS GORH IO t OTHER. Unolo George Says Olemson is a Ilum" bug'-Brave Hen Strikes a Heavy Blow. In the debate on the section to Pro vide fur the maintenance of Clemson College and the State University, the Tillman brothers again locked horns and the contest betweon them excited much interest. The following synopsis of their speeches will prove inter esting : -I Mr. George D. Tillman then began an hour and a half's speech which com-I mnanded close attention. He0 was afraid South Carolina was about to at tompt too much for hor means. South Carolina, though a little patch of the world, about the size of throo Texas cattle counties, had all the aspirations of an empire. It was " dum spiro sporo, spes." He gave a liberal trans lation of this motto, and said nobody but a Hluguonot could ever have con coived it. He referred to the late Al liance craze which had swept over the country. He said that as the promise of 40 acres and a mule had drawn all the negr...

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 December 1895

___ THE PEOPLE'SJURAL VOL. 5.---NO. 47. PICKENS, S. C., THURSDAY, DECEMBER 5, 95. ONE DOLLA CANOLINA DAY IN ATLANTA. THE PALMETrO ARMY MAKES A PEACEFUL CONQUEST. South Carolina Carried (lio Day and Stormed the Expositlons Gates. ATLANTA, Nov. 28.-To-day was set apart at the Exposition as Atlanta and South Carolina Day combined, and the sun had ,hardly risen before the prediction that it, would be the greatest day in point of attendance in the history of the show was a cer tainty. Over one hundred thousand vislors were in the city, more stOngers than were ever in Atlanta before. The streets wore moving masses of humanit-y throughout the early morning hours, and before 9 o'clock the capacity of the ;urnstiles at the Exposition entrances, towards which the multitude flowed steadily, was being; taxed, while tct- were laid that th3 paid admissions to the grounds would reach the hundred thousand mark before the gates closed for the day. The combination of the Thanks giving holiday, the Pa...

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 December 1895

IC xgg* mw~ . usrlption OneD4 teod at the Post Offc a kens A seond-class matter. ADVERTISING RATES. One dollar per Inch for first insertion, fif ty cents for each subseqtitent insertion. Lilbral discotnt for advertisements on an nual contracts. Tornis cash. Annutkl con tracts payable qitarterly. No 1avorites. one prica to all. No spe Olal position or special rates to foreign ad vertisers. All such must talio the run of the paper and abide by sitch rates. Loca notices, lin local column, 10 cents per line for first insertion and five cents for och subsequent insertion. Advertisements for coming issue siould be handed in not later than Mo nday morn D eho editor will not be responsible for the views and opinions of correspondents, un less the same are editorlallv endorsed. TllURSDAY, DEC. 5, 1895. TXAT RAIL ROAD MEETING. Pursuant to notice some of the stockholders of the Easley and Pickons railroad met Saturday in the office of the Clerk of the Court. The JOURNAL representa tive was not...

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 December 1895

The People's Journa LOVAL ITEMUS. Dr. W. F. Austin will be in Ce tral December 1pth to 14th. Supe 'sor Hendricks was in I office Mnday attending to coun matters. .Uncle Tom Price killed a h last Thursday that tipped the bef at 850 net. Ernest Folger, of Easley, is ai with J. McD. Bruce and will pleased to see his friends. Misses Bettie and Mary Bow( and their brother, Thomas, to in the Expositioi last week. Advertisers,- stick a pin rig here-THE JOURNAL has THE cir( lation in this neck of the wooi Miss Cora O'Dell, Wade al Ross O'Dell went to Atlanta le week and saw the Exposition full blast. Mirs. Cora and Lena Bow visited the Exposition last wei Mrs. D. F. Bradley of Easley, %i in the party. W. J. Ponder, that big bodil big souled resident of the Salu side of the county, was in Picke last Saturday. Read the new ads this week, which quite a number appo More than likely you will fi something that will interest y( A. A. Fields, of Easley Tom ihip, was in town last Woek muiness. He ha...

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 December 1895

Mi family otong. THE POINT OF VIEW. BY SUSAN CURTIS REDFIELD. I. "There they are, Ephralm I I s Matilda's purple bonnet. flow th locomotive does screech I I'm afra the colts woWt stand it. This wa Abigail! Hurry in, Matilda! The colts are restless." Ephraim Grant's sisters, Miss Md tilda and Miss Abigail, were proce iug to obey the injunctions of the sister-in-law when a lad, with a gro flourish of whip, and many urge "get up's" drove Up to the little ra way station. " Why, there's Jim ?" exclaim< Miss Abigail. "Now Ephraim, we go right on home." " You can speak for yourself," sa Miss Matilda. "I'm going to stay Ephraim's all night. I never was shaken up in my life ; that's a dren fully rough road we'vo just come over "Now I was glad of the shaking laughed Miss Abigail. " I had eat< such a hearty dinner, and shaking good for the rheumatism, Matilda." " It's Very easy to see the silv4 lining to somebody else's cloud," r torted Miss Matilda, " and it's (low right irritating in y...

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 December 1895

- A~ T i IE ..L SL VOLa 5.---N0. 48. PICKENS, S. C., THURSDAY, DECEMBER I2, 1895 THE PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE. tAI t]l FOREIGN RELATIONS AND FIN ANCES. i S 'he Disoussion is Confined Mainly t.o the Financial Condition o' the 0 Country and our Relations With C Foreign Powers. n To the Congress of the United Statos: fl The present assemblage of the legis- r lative branch of our Government oc- 0 ours at a time when the interests of c our people and the needs of the coun- P try give especial prominence to the s' condition of our foreign relations and h the exigencies of our national finances. n The reports of the heads of the several e administrative departments of the iE Government fully and plainly exhibit g what has been accomplished within C the scor f their respective duties, o and pres 6 such recommendations for t' the betterment of our country's condi- ti tions as patriotic and intelligent labor s1 and observation suggest. I, therefore, deem my Executive duty adequately petfornied at ...

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 December 1895

Subsc ar a Yeai n Pickens as One insertioi, f. ty L ut insertion. Liber: .- utents ou uL nual < Annual cou tracts No * al. No SPe artaI to foreign ud verti ake the run o tha iel e rutes. Lt Aututu, to eetlt per id live cents to eacl A ig i.isue shou1 he Mmudky toru Ing sponsible for Li! vi respoilutns, u% R v endorsed. 1J, l19Z). 4 BOCIK 1111.. uckv town a,. ies anid Meth enCC~ slihi WaU . ecessarv t'or tot . she ex(tends at ~UC).l. C..QnerL2Lt N Wal',ts It ace{. -U.' OccasIn Ill'I tl - i I rK il ission *-U- 1l t 'Olit y S5. I Ir. i<. ~ e last ir having j ~ l v.I oil5 ) W iere ne . devel -st. Tie e(a ted progrot('ls andi~ I theI~ ob jects an d hiurcht, andl ai disp~o to keep) abr Ieast of til anid pulshld( till hi with care and ex - no0 suiperior1, if' an I lthodJist bi~isops ding oflieer or pul1 Dr. Barhece, of Nashville, wiu p)resent and1( prea'lchod mlost aippro' priaitely and~ elotituently to till 'proacheurs and( oflicer's of thi church. The Method(1ist. Con fereneo hma s...

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 December 1895

Peopler' Journal.. iOCAL ITIEMIS. \ .'sley is critically ill at I me near Easley. a Cora Bowen is visiting rel and friends at Dacusvillq veek. . W. Towen is visiting her *)r. W. 'Bowen, of Mt. Pleas- c his week. >rge B. Rooke loft Monday v iedniont, whore he will work " 3 cotton mills. an I. Williams, of Cedar Rock, d een critically ill, but his con- I i is somewhat improved. d >f. J. E. Parsons was in town 1 iay, having fully recovered o a severe attack-of measles. win Earle deserves a chicken '1 'om the neighbors. He killed a rk last wook with his air rifle. r H1. Williams, 6f Cedar Rock, I ompleted his new residence Y s now occupying it with his , ly. rf H. Hqidricks, of Cedar Rock, r ite sic Fwith measles, but his f ition is not necessarily dan is. .omas F. Harmon, general i t of the Farmers' Mutual In- a ice Company, was in town day on business. r. W. H. Crane, who lives two .s south of town, killed a 16 iths' old hoglast Friday that nied 575 pounds not. [iss Hortense Mau...

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 December 1895

THE PIECE THA1 WAS LOST. BY EMILY HUNTINGTON MILLICAR. It was at midsummer morning. Th< grass was waiting for the sytho, but after breakfast Silas Rogers took down the old Bible that'has been hhl mother's daily companion for eighty years, and they set reverently down tL worship. The reading was that tenr der lesson of tho wanrdering shreep and the lost piece of silver, and endet with the Heavenly rejoicing " ovei one sinner that repontoth," and then after an earnestly though honel) prayer, they wero ready for work Abner, the hired man, and Rcubon the boy, as they started out of th house, almost stumbled over a womai sitting in the doorway, absorbed ii thought. Silas looked at her, but dit not stay to question her. And whe they were gone, she rose abruptly, ant said, " Will you give rme soeie break fast?" Mrs. Rogers looked at her. Sh was a tall and not uncomely wom1an1 about thirty, but with something Ir definably evil about her face. Th hard mouth, tire bold, defiant eye: repell...

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 December 1895

.HE PEO J O4 VOL 5.---NO. 49. PICKENS, S. C., THURSDAY, DECEMBER 9, 5. THE NEW STATE OONSTITUT] A SUMMARY OF ITS PROVISI( Some of the More important Chai as Compared With the Old 4 stitution. The now constitution of South C lina, as adopted by th6 recent con tion Is quite a lengthy document, woul' occupy too much space in columns, so that a brief synopsis ' the more important changes will pi just as acceptable to a majority of readers, who would scarcely underi to reatytho entire constitution. l synopsis has been carefully prep by the Yor v ille Enquirer, and g all the cha ges and modification our organic law : Article I is devoted to a declara of rights. The provisions of this a cle are about, the same as in the constitution. Among other thing guarantees equaility before the uniformity < I taxation, the rigL trial by jury, liherty of the press, and open elections, the privilege the writ of habeas co.rpus, and the hibition of corporal puniilisment Imprisonment for debt xecept in ...

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 December 1895

icr' (1. I111!'3)Ifll), ~11 liMb, St n1csni~ l)OiO~'eLI cit izin, wzu~ bliriell a entiro city tell. I ho lOSS afi I heir grit'f. .1 t; yes t ho desi *IlI(lge H)1IV:)l:~z, there ~lioii1 the si ml)] est. exert' i.9es wheti 011(1 cr11110, aiid iii icc~rdiiiwe this ibsiro 1' I'llllgeaiea I tho szid CCI'0l11c1,V ot tO-(I fly ninde. This is the I i 'no oC tlio when tiio lli1111C1'r4 of i\ansas (i)klnhoinn hill) oil 1, for tiioi~ nual i'fli)l)it liui't. Ono day week nearly 2CR) fziriuors of K COflfl tv, .kaa~n~ had their flfl(I i)aggo(l 1 ('fly. 6,000 rai2 ~oxt week I im're will he a, hun *WToodscouilv, Oklahoma, in w i,00() men will lake part.. I~nl tlrO 50 liUflielleis jIm that sect 10 the coiiiitry I hat. fill linhiulli sin for s Ilecessary in order to pro j1101)1 from hecommii''g a pest. 1\Cw conmit v plaits loire not Od. Citizens ill I ho lower pai Aiken coiiii Iv are working I' 310W COunty. to I 'e loriiied I portions of A a ken 1111(1 Barn' and to 1)0 kiiowii as .E Ikiuton c ty. As ...

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. — 19 December 1895

From Lberty. I. D. A. Charnblin showed us a fair-, is at nip the other day that woighod 71 son C pounds. Ho has a pattch or vory and T fine turnips consideri ng the dry ious t iat fall. Davo is quito a suecosful far- Jol or. mor who lives ti home'.I town led Wheat sowing and cotton pick- I)Ioyv led ing is being rapidly finihlied i). pa t iI' lst- J. C. Boggs and 11fam Ily, of SIabI- fm lie, town section, boarded iho train at. >n- this place the other day for T xas. Th There is considera'Io movimg I about hero this fall and vacant tio houses aro scarco in this vicinity. 1.0 There was an alarm of fire hore I the other night about 8 o'clock, sap and it was found that the cot t1n vill on the depo platform was inl a fair way to go up inl smoo. I wa - mo- prniptly dumped oil th4 T1rounm0 r and rolled a safe distam-e ii. o tib tie dpo aind watered out t30'Cy 04.1, 1* bales wore singed and :,: . hdu'ni lod will cover the danp. t.\ l n 81- 4 I1th uitesj more fif'ty hal-!..; :a t ,n h the ...

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 December 1895

THE PIECE" BY EVANS IN ATLANTA. of It was0 SAID ON OAROLINA ta grass wat DAY. n1C after bri o down tPU p Squarely fMor South w< mother", and the Democratic th yer - ''lu wVs following Is the full text of the m gieh oft Governor John Gary Evans, 5y Lvered at the Cotton States and In- h< enationel Exposition, Atlanta, Ga., yo n November 30th 1895: P1 Mr. President, Your Excellency, La- no es and Gentlemen of Georgia and ol y own Follow Citizens; To say that ti e thank you for this hearty welcomo p ems cold and indifferent from a p, other to her daughter, for it has bi ien truly said that Georgia is really n i daughter of South Carolina, and she ft is a daughter indeed. (Groan.) You ti may groan, but yet she is not ashamed w of her daughter. (Applause.) South o, Carolina is proud of her daughter, ti (applause) and sho stands bore to-day ft to bear evidence for what we did in ti past; that when we nurtured this in- hi fant ; when we protected hor from the ti Indian and Spaniard, i...

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 December 1895

VOL S.---N 5 It was thA day before Christmas Oregon Christma'. It had rai mistily at dawn ; but at ten o'olc the clouds hadsparted and moved aw relu'ctaubly. There was a blue a dazzling sky overhead. The ra drops still sparkled on the windo and on the green grass, and the 1 roses and chrysantheinum8 hung tb beautiful heads heavily beneath the but there was to be no more rc Oregon City's mighty barometer-I Falls of the Willamotte-was decl lng to her people by ber~ soften) roar that the morrow wgs to be fair. Mrs. Orville Palm'er was in I large kitchen making preparations the Christmas dinner. She was picture of dainty loveliness in a lav der gingham dress made with a I skirt and a shirred waist -nd leg mutton sleeves. A white apron tied neatly around her waist. Her hutband came In, and paused put his arm around her and kiss b She was stirring something oi stove, holding her dress aside with < hand. " It's goin' to be a fine Christa Emarine," he said, and sighed une sciously. There...

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 December 1895

~v Ii 'I'' . . :t1 CMlIIl r s ind has slic Ce~ You d ll [ S ii'Se. I.0111 k t h(' vis8 wbi him thi eatfinii "10 "is th( * i' S tigi 11101 - ll ho sill ~ ( 3 1 1 ( t t i 91-- di'di(t I. ) R ., ovarest~ that ..given moc such a b)ig Chi ristnias1 vou h1ar ent any thing le'fLtfor you rsAlf. Ilusand-h, ys. 1. still have -the stub end of myv ch.ek book. Truth. 100 Turkyes! .~,with - eI flavor. .igier's unadlulteratedl Penn sy lvaniia Buck wheat. Klingler's p)repared Buck wheat. Ra'Ulstoni Realth FOOdl. Ralston Pancake Flour. Ralston Ihealth Flour at *M. RAMPEY, *EASLEY, S. C. r' Clothing, Ihats, Boots Shoes. y's suits, $1.50 ; Mcen's es0 Dress Goods, Dress . s of alI 1'inds, Sil ~.Gold Bra'fid, Silk - iks, Velvet and * 'gs. -miid 10c.-as ,st. * c for $1. ''It. 1a1I ie;i~ e g; nishi Wai. iiilllon to lin. A r can eaer 815 a net cties ini two gig. Starr Av.*',Co ltug. T1. C. l<UiINSON, PIicke'j.s, S. 'U 110111 NSON, s at Law, Pkensu, S. C. PIUT URIES made( "s Studio, e Greenville, S. C 5 ...

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 December 1895

II ~, A 1~ V "~ Ii I'' V fila1 has Suc St' SV.1tt'. He Ilu s .s. es,._tho St 19 1ip Xcuion 111r- tTruth i blot k t he visit T't him this h'6'I is the .II 111*t0-11' 11101 e 1uS -he isn o -ad i t S .t t 1'~ 1Kli w ~her Ra * Ra IRa h1 lit* that the Fall and Winter Sea Cotton'has again proved itself your attention to the Ste have to sell you. CL.OTE every Style, and is -ire such as to en: buy a New s to fit th 9HE WiEV , and 115,Main1 Stree S410 not mnean' to bothei lownl ad(vertisement. I 11man tre wise eniongh to profit by it visn voul will drive straiight t( BENTZ and he will give you [leavy Canton Flannels for Shtirting Calicoes [ndigo Calicoes Boz. Wool filled School Bov Sloz. WXool 11illed School Boy 10oz. WVool filled1 School lBo Jean s starch) Medlicated all wool twill. Red Flannel 1' Lack of space prIevents my mnnbomnug I have to offer. Come an 111see for 'ou rselves June and July when cotton was 5c., so as long benefit of my early purchiases. Our sa!esmien, Eugene Hunter, C. ...

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 December 1895

Ne Pepe' Journa Di.'G. V. Earlo killed a 4u d pig whiop netted 870 pouird yiss Nora Holder is visitirv ter, Mrs. Sx ly, in T< Misd Essio Earle, who is atton g Converse colloge, is h1Qmo for o holidays. ' A Frochman has itvntod an )patratus to take off and put on A man)s coat. B. F. Martin, of Central, who di s beeb teaching at Ridge Springs at i Sailida 'iidays. C. G. as in to d friend . D. Hol, ie coiniig war 13 setrine. m ricks was in his Uing checks to claims, which U to townl. Ms inl tOwu Mfon a h 1tu t u (Au w the farnmers that, 0110 unlds 11111 Iil ini - Zular (1 Sex rega- to 0. B. Mfartini who is teaching co .i the graded schools at Green- oll 'ille, is sponding tho holidays with M lislifather, Mr. T. C. Martin, near a1C 'ean'tral. reO Born, to Mr. and Mrs. 0. D. Mc '.ravey, of Liberty, T11osday the1a 7th inst.1,a daugh tor. Mother and h Co hild both l' doing woil, ind' Al r. Mallc is hait .11,. IS. 11il (<Son, a prosperous ill farmer near Liberty, was ii towi al last, ...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 26 December 1895

De G. W. .Earlo killed a o d pig whicp netted 870 poun f.t 1%ies Nora Holder is visitir' P.. iter, Mrs. Sp ly, in Tu c. LZi' Miss Essio Earle, who is ationw g Convorso college, is h9mo for ,o holidays. F' A Frochman has invented al 1 )ptratus to tako off and put on 13 man's coat. R B. F. Martin, of Central, who di is beeb teaching at Ridge Springs, at .Saltaa A idays. C. G. as in to, d friend, D. Holr i A )o coinhig war B 44 ictrine. M - ricks was inl his A uing chocks to claims, which to town. - s inl towu Moln a1) lLLu j1o utse i the farmers that 0110 1 ex-i rega- ti 0. B. Martiii who is teaching cc n the grad(d schools at Green- o 'illo,'is spondii)g tho holidays with M is father, Mr. T. C. Martin, near Ic ,0entral. re Born, to Mr. and Mrs. 0. ). Mc 3ravOy, of Liberty, Taos(dia, the .7th inst.,a dauightor. Mother and :hild both a' doing we)), an Mr. MUc is hapt .,. is. 11char(soni, a prosperonS 1 farmer ilar Liberty, was inl tei1 a1 last woek oin businOss and gives a VI good acco...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 26 December 1895

.I). 1or1 of to Wis Jl when .()n whose ulit of tho ,lDec. 9, 189)5. I ate: ce inl your Ion .monilt fromt Volk's his sim1ply to ra.ssertI iumunicatod ; not, forl A.le.s You deeml it nlece.. ite the facts as I stated a then I would p arfer t,ht. t,.int~lotinof your edii Ltials. a Illinister I wish to keep tit ats muc a110 s possible ; ailt! , the 811110 faLCts IILVO m1or' .ti editoriai. I leavo it, en your judgimn nt. .1y wish that I could soften tho facts. Most of my Youth ai't .nit in thaut connmunity. I h., \vk .oken bread with the men who diid .n deed. Some of their faimiliot. havo be/il intimiate friends, and-" t.ell it. ot, In ath,"-I wis the pa1IItwl of two of thm. Two of them are vomnetoal by naLrriac with ily own houm people. I Could not, I would not.. Illereen thom. G lad1'ly woulk I ltar any real vindication they could brirg. Lt give againi thevInnIe f.ct-. shmun Kear-so wats a ima'i of'h :id reputii tion ; he had many thinigs laid to hi.; charg--guilty, dolbtlesS in so;ii....

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