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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 26 December 1895

Pe bit ,D. U11 tor, of feo .0 was W1 ,)d when In ,'oi whose wi .o'nt of the ar pu of Doc. 9, 1895. tate: - co in your morn- an amont from Folk's M his simply to reassert th ,mmunicated ; not for 0 .Aess you deem it necos- th ato the facts as I stated th then I would prefer that tu AJnto one of your editorials, ws i a'inister I wish to keep i nt as much as possible; and di the samo facts have moro A1 .n editorial. I leave it en- th your judgment. a .iy wish that I could soften the ne feats. Most of my youth was m ,at in that community. I h.ave wl :ogn bread with the men who did wi .ne'deed. Some of their families have st. be/n intimate friends, and-" tell it as not in Gath,"-I was the pastor of two i of themu. Two of them arc counectod at by marvlage with my own homo people. of I could not, I would not., misrepresent ht them. Gladly would I hear any real di vindication they could bring. C" Lot me give again the simple facts. at: Isham Kcarso was a man of' bad reputa- to tion ; he had...

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. — 2 January 1896

I IY .1' 1 , I , 1 VOL. ~.-NPICKENS, S. C., THRSDAY, JAN UARY 2, 18 2,>9.- ONE DOLLAR A YEA1./' The Christmas Fiddle There's sonlothin' in a fIddle's so somOhow shakes ant' thrills My soul with swootor music than th Or the wild notes o' the mookin'bi spring Is In her prim o , 4 But bo~to all oro 'tnrion they playi'' Christmas timo. When tho cabin fires aro blazin' tin' t houl berries red rPith lorai -Lal sp)rays O' inistiotoo aro lit1ligill, .'overh ead, Win a follor's eyes arO chasi' o' the Clini Plos o' the girls, An' he's lost his way forever in the tanigle 0' their eurls. Thou I like to hoar the (lddl ln' its overy tuno Is sweet; There's a twinkle in illy eyos thent un 11 fidget In mly fe ot; Whon they rango the girls aroun' no I r tlo danoi' soon to bo. Its' a It Iloluiti sonsoin V III', very utlo' When 1.0c old-timo llor who Ilnt heiail thit d Sing For ay sty wint'r- iii suiInet tiio, ili Lay by his coat atn' strike a note, it.'s " ltrth ront, har' th6 door!" For I know tha...

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. — 2 January 1896

1A1 8 StTHORDAY. Subscripti ine Dollar a Year Entored at tho Post Offico at Pickons as second-class inaitter. ADVHElt.TISIN( G RATES. One dollar per hicli for first insertion, fif. ty coeta for cli subsetuont Insertion. Liberal i1tcount for advertisoinonts oil an nual contracts. Torms cash. Atinual con traets, puyablo qlttarterly. No favoritei. One price to a$. No spe ulal position or special rat(;e o foreign id vortkers. All ttei niutit take the run of tit, paper and alhido by attcl rates. Local notices, in local colun, 10 cents per line for first insertion and live cents for each siubseqitent. linertion. AlvertIsementits for conming issio should be handed it not later than Monday morn ho editor will not lo responsiblo for the views and opitimins of correspondents, tin less the sane are editorially endorsed. Till-,ISDAY, JAN. 2, 1895. Thle Sentlii' 1ls D lspenmsar y P'oe try. Wo aro ple'ased, of course, when our roaders so onphatically on dorso our sqntiments its was tho case whon ...

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. — 2 January 1896

The Peopql's Jour EGOcAL Ixf nYs. Maslos is still prevailF Cross Plains settlement T. J. Mauldin Eq w Greenville last Friday u Maj. -J. J. Lewis le ft for -the position Thursday a fternoon. Miss Hattio Grr -dy is spendi the holidays vi.t1. ier friends in town. Col. J. E. 1a good, of Charles ton, was with fis Pickens friends last wook. John L. Tho) .-nloy, jr., is at his post again aft or spending a few ,days im Atlant a. Misses Lucil L and Marie Folger, 'of Easloy, are visiting Miss Corrie Bruco this we ek. MissOs Eliz a and Mollio Ariail, of near Easle y, Spont a few days with Miss MA dtie Hester last week. Last Mond ay was without doubt one of the zu ost disagreeable days this regi.on I Ias soon this winter. Pari nelia Hunt, of Cross Willvery ill. Her friends pes of her recovery. arle, who has been ak in Atlanta taking .on, returned on the .4gs and family, of t last wok with Mrs. s, Mr. and Xar. Jere J. H-'-. i who is in the in suranco bnA. 0ss in Alabama, is at hiome. --e vill ro...

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. — 2 January 1896

icot Jones ,an Snydse. A ihdotnan spS1o4e. by, I E EdR XFORD N. Y. Led Mrs. Perkins had "dropped in" to find out what the Joneses were going to do on Christmas. "We've promised to take dinner with the Williarnses," said Mrs. Jones. "You know, none of the children can come home this year, so we're goin' out to diner for the first time a'most cc I've kep' house. I don't remen o' eatin' a Chris' nias dinner aw from hoine more'n two or three times since I1vas married. I feel just as nervous 'n' fidgety over it as I can be, fer Mrs. Williams she's invited Mr. Snyder, 'n' you know how 'tis between him 'n' the deacon. I shan't draw an easy breath till it's all over. I wish we didn't have to go, or that Mr. Sny der wa'n't invited, or there was suthin' to keep then two men apart. I know they'll git to wranglin''n' like's not have a reguilar quarrel. I don't take a minnit's comfort thinkin' of it. I sh'll feel jest's if I was settin' on a kag o' guipowder that might, exp-lode any minnit." "It...

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. — 9 January 1896

-* * C/k ~ /4 L _T EPEOPLE'S. JO VOL 5.--NO. 52. .PICKENS, . C, THURSDAY, JANUARY 9, THE DEPRESSION IN PHOSPHATES. A GLOOMY OUTLOOK FOR THE FUTURE. Inspector Jones Makes an Interest ing Report-Competition Mas En dangered this Great Industry. Ever since the cyclone of 1894 the phosphate induetrios in the State have been comparatively in a crippled con dition. Though two years have pass ed and the minors have repaired their plants, the business has not improved and Inspector Jones says the depres sion has about reached the climax. Mining operations have been carried on by eight companies during the pakst year, the total amount mined being 174,400.25 tons, from which the State derived a royalty of $87,657.20. In his report Inspector Jones says : The outlook of the business is gloomy in the extreme. Prices have sunk to a figure never before reached, and tho greatest discouragement prevails both in South Carolina and Fiorida. It is impossible to got in E.urope now even as high as six pen...

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. — 9 January 1896

The People's Journal. T. 0. ROBINSON, Editor. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. Subscription One Dollar a, Year Entered at the Post Oflico att Pickens as sccoud-class matter. ADVERTISING RATES. one dollar por incli for first insertion, fif ty cent.s for ech subsetllelt insertioi. Liberal diis'oint. for ailvertisenitnts on an nial coitracts. Teruin easlh. Aunuial con tracts, palyahis ciiiarterly.. No favorites. Onie rico to all. No spe cial positlori or slwecial rates to foreign ad vortisers. All sich''niust take tho run of the pap er antId abido by sucli rates. Local notices, in local coliillin, 10 cents per uitie for 1rst, insertion and live coits for each subselmitnt insertion. Adlvertisexlicnts for comitg isso shon1ld he handed in not later than Montfty morn ing. Tho editor will not be responsible for the viOws anl opiniolis of corresiHontients, inn loss the siune are editoriallv euulorseti. TIIIJlSDAY, JAN. 9, 1890. iID1 FOR BONDS. Socrotary Carlisle issued a no tico oil tho 6th instant...

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. — 9 January 1896

The People's Journal. LOCAL ITEMS. Last Monday was a keen, cool day. The Board of Control met last Tuesday. Saleday attracted quite a good crowd in town. J. T. Hitt has resigned as Sit porvisor of Easley Township. Melville Holder, lost a mule on the 1st inst. It was sheep loss. Robt. E. Knox, of the Stewart section, has moved to Piedmont. The dispensary sales for the month of December amounted to $417.10. Mr. W. H. McDaniel has a son very sick with what is thought, to be meningitis. The wife of Mr. Jerre Nations in the Prator's section is very sick. He buried his infant child last Sunday. The holidays' sales quite clean ed out the dispensary. It received a new stock, however, last Monday evening. Rev. J. E. Foster preached a most oloquout discourse at Secona last Sunday to a most attentive oongregation. Miss Margaret Welborn will teach tho school in Hagood Dis trict, No. 38, wh ich will open on the 20th instant. There was a leap year party given by the young ladies of Pick ons on no...

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. — 9 January 1896

1 0IN As 10eMother Vaed to Do Xt. He criticised her puddings and he found fault with her cake, He wished she'd make such biscuits as his mother used to make; She didn't wash the disheii, and she didn't make a stow, Nor even mend his stockings, as his mother used to do. His mother had six children, but by night her work was done, His wife seemed drudging always, yet she only had the one. ills mother always was well dressed, his wife would be so too, If only she would manage as his mother used to do. Ah, wellI she was not perfect, tho' she tried her best, Until at length she thought her time had come to have a rest; So when one day he went the same old rigmarole all through She turned and boxed his ears, Just as his mother used to do. HRE'S THE MONROE DOCTRINE. A LUCID EXPLANATION OF THlE VENEZUELA QUESTION. Senator Lodge Makes a Strong His torical Argumuent in Defunce of' Our Position. Hon. Henry Cabot Lodge, (Rep.) Senator from Massachusotts, ad dressed the Senato on the subject of ...

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. — 16 January 1896

VO.6-N..PCESK. .,HRDT AUR 6. /~ -.. VOL.6.~O. . PIKEN, S C.,THUSDA, JAUAR i6 i9~ ON DOLAR YER.. whom he came in contact, particularly was this the case in France and Scot land. We visited the homes of Shake speare, Scott and Burns, all favorite authors of his. From Scott and Burns he freely quoted. While we traveled through Scotland with his friends he would deseribie their battlefields, their heroes, quoto Scott and~ recite Burns in such a beautiful and acurate man ner that in a little book published sub sequently in Glasgow it is .said, .n speaking of his visit, that if the works of Scott were destroyed the ox-pres ident of the Confederate States could reprodudb them. In visiting the ship yards on the Clyde and Dumbarton, the shipbuilders would be so impressed with his knowledge of their work that they would inquire if he had ever been connected with the building of ships, and so his knowledge of woodcraft and botany, and his great information as to animals and all subjects of d i...

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. — 16 January 1896

The People's Journa1. T. C. ROBINSON, Editor. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. Subscription One Dollar a Year Rntered at the Post Offico at Pickens as second-class matter. ADVERTISING RATES. One dollar tier Inch for flrst Insertion, fif tv cent. for each subsequent. insertion. ILiberal discohit, for aivertiselent.s on an imal contracts. Ternms eth. Annital con tracts, paytable qnuarterly. No favorites. Oeit prien to all. No spo clal posit-ion or speeial rates to foreign ad vertisors. All such must take the run of the palplr anid abido by sich rates. Local notices, it) local Colimn, 10 (dtts per line for first, insertion nuid ivo cent for each suthseqitent, iuiSertion. Advertisements for comitg Istte t1hold:< be hasuded in not later that Mondlay morn Ing. The leditor will not. ho reslionsible for the views and opitnions of corresitidents, nll Jess the saine are editorially endorsed. TIlURSIDA Y. .1AN. 10, 1890. WOUNWAI)EI) VATNITY. The Sentinel devotes about one and a half Cotlullns of 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. — 16 January 1896

The People's Journal. LOCAL ITEMS. The days are growing peroopti bly longer. Dr. Porter, of Westminster, was in town on business last Monday. Rev. C. L. Craig preached his first sermon at Griffin last Sunday as pastor. Magistrate W. C. Bramlett has sold his farm adjoining town to M. F. Hester. T. D. Harris has something to say this week. Read his remarks and profit thereby. Mr. E. E. Mauldin, from near Easley, was among his Pickens friends last Monday. A Chicago woman to cure the drinking habit huug herself. The remedy was a success. Miss Lula Gurley, of Dallas, Tex., is visiting her aunt, Mrs. J. . L. Thornley, of this place. Mr. 0. E. Hamilton killed a hog on the 9th inst., that noted 568 pounds-at sixteen months old. Rev. JM. Stewart filled the pul pit at Concord last Saturday af tornoon and Sunday forenoon. Rev. W. M. Harden preached an excellent sermon to a very atton tivo congregation in the Methodist church Sunday night. Mr. John Farguson, of Green ville, was in town last Sat...

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. — 16 January 1896

THS STATE PENITENTIARY AN EXOELLENT SHOWING FONI THE PAST YEAL. The Instituton Begins the New Yea& With a Surplus and the Prospecta for the Coming Year are Bright. The report of the operations of the Penitentiary for the past year hat been issued, and a most oxcellent showing is mado. The institution begins the Now Year with a ule sur. plus and the financial prospects are bright. Superintendent Neal and his associato oficers ht.ve conducted the affairs of the institution on the bet business principles and their services will no doubt be appreciated b) the Le islature. 'lho following report of Suporinten. dont Neal will prove interesting : As required by law, I have the honor to submit my third annual report at stpritlendent of the South Carolina PenitoutLiary for fourteen months, oud ihg this day. I make this report for fourteen months inctuad of twelvo months, cauued by the now Constitution chang ing th liseai year (rozm October 31"t to DeceWbor 31st, making the long report Lth...

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. — 23 January 1896

-" 44 E EOPLE'S J VOL. 6.---NO. 2. PICKENS, S C., THURSDAY, JANUARY 23, )6. ONE DOLLAR A UAR. form of registration certificate and the proviolons of the statute now of force regulating the same, expunging such provisions as conflict with the new constitution which will readily pre sent themselves to you. This, how over, is a matter for your own good judgment and wisdom. Any person donied registration shall have the right of appeal to the court of common pleas or any judge thereof, and thence to the supremo court. It is made your duty to provide by law foe such appeal and for the correction of illegal and fradulent registration, voting and all other crimes against the election laws. I would suggest that as little rel tapo as possible be placed around this right of appeal and that you shall amply provide against defeatingfit by technI calities. There should be also as little expense attached to the right as pos sible. Under the provisions govern ing this right of appeal to the supreme...

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. — 23 January 1896

4 The People's Journal. T. U. ROBINSON, Editor. jjifiHilD'VERY THUESDAY. Subscription One Dollar a Year Untered at tho Post omle at rickens as Seoond-class matter. TIHURSDAY. JA. 23, 1896. ovERlNOn& MES1iAGE. 10 aniual moeessago of Gover Evans to the Gonoral Assom bly of South Carolina is full of interesting matter and sound sug gestions. He notices thc. history of the past year in reference to the Con stitutional Convention and does not spare the white men and ne groes, who attempted to defeat the holding of the convention. Ex Senator Butler is alidued toas the chief actor in this design against the will of the white people of South Carolina and .ludge GotT'si partsan decisn is mentioneid showin the dager to the govern men t of 1. Sta*te anid whit-e ccon trol of public .iTairs. The Governv is provu of the fact that. i . - .: a) the ef forts to the c:.ntrary. the convveni tion was he.d and has giveni the the ."Ca sfie cr. itto an he pr&sent duties. Aftr seakr-gef the sufrage...

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. — 23 January 1896

%s Journal. ITEMS. oft for Alabama mlon(tay. Agricultural Lions with note attached for sale at this oflico. Miss Cora Bowen is teaching a flourishing school over in Dacus villo. Miss Lidio Folger, of Easley, is visiting Miss Stella Newberry this week. Mrs. R. A. Bowen is on a visit to her mother, Mrs. Morgan in Dacuavilho. Dr. R. F. Smith and family worshipped at the Presbyterian church Sunday. Miss Emma Johnston, of Easley, visited Miss Stella Newbory the first of the week. Mr. R. C. Robinson, of Liberty, visited his brother, C. E. Robin son last Sunday. Rev. T. J. Rooke and D. B. Fin ney mado a flying trip to Liborty on the 20th inst. Miss Lidio Hagood, of Easley, is visiting Miss Corrio Bruce of this place this wook. Dr. Cannon and wife,of Transyl vania county, N. C., visited at Thos. R. Prico's last week. Missos Janio and Lako Griffin, of near Easley, visited Miss Mattie Hoster in Pickons last- week. Miss Buela Ligon, of Greenville, is visiting the family of Sheriff Mcl)aniel'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. — 23 January 1896

TH-1 GOVERNOR'S MESSAGE (CONTINUED FROM FIRST PAGE.) miums be required to be paid direct into the State treasury, and, if necces sary, the proportion adjusted between the several counties. Undor the terms of the new constitution the General Assembly is authorized to imposO a graduated tax on incomes and oni pro. fossions and businees occupations. It is hardly necessary for me to arguo to your honorable body the justico of an Income tax. It has been advocated upon every stump and throughout the entire Union as- the most equitable system Of taxing the rich in proportion to the poor. It is impossiblo to devise a system that will secure a just return of personal property. It has boon the dream of legislators and statosmon for years, and we aro no nearer a solution of the problem today than we were a century ago. I believe an incomo tax will greatly assist in solvin r the prob lom. The present time will be known to history as the great bond era in the history of our country. As woalth be...

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. — 30 January 1896

E LEOPL'S J R VOL. 6.---NO. 3. PICKENS, S. G., THURSDAY, JANUARY 3, O D96. THE 0ONFEDERATE REORDS. INTERESTING 11EPORtT BY THE HISTORIAN. What Has Been Done Towards Pre ser-viag tie History of I)aring Deeds -The Work Will be of Great Value. The following interesting report has been made by General Farley, the his torian of Confederate Records, for the information of the General Assembly: COLUMmA, S. C., Jan.. 1896. To His Excellency John Gary Evans, Governor of South Carolina. Sir: I beg leave to submit to your Excellency the following report, as " Historian of the Confederate Rec ords " for the information of yourself and the honorablo members of tho General Assembly. It is deemed noc essary in order to show what has been done, what is being done, and what is necessary to be done, to put the Rec ords in proper shape for final publica tion and preservation, as is contem plated by the Acts of the General Assembly. Accompanying this report, I also submit a "memorial of the South Car o...

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. — 30 January 1896

o People's Journal. T. U. ROBINSON, Editor. UBLISH R EVERY THURSDAY. scription One Dollar a Year red nt, the Post 0111cO at Pickens as d-class mattor. THl URIS)AY, JAN. 30, 1896. lison has boon electod United )s Senator from Iowa. io millhon two hundrod and ,y-six thouisaind oight hundred sixty-threo personis visited the nita exposit.ion. bill to mako Lincoln's birth Fobruary 12th, a logal holi has lhen introduced in the I le by Reprosentativo Smith, of igan. ;-President H-arrison has for y annouced his engagemont rs. Carolino Lord Dimimick, a of his first wife. Tho mar will tako placo right after -o farmors of Sharpsburg, Ky., ht $30 worth of law apioco in Ig to sot tle inl court a disputed of twenty cents. Thon they the matter out of court and ronised. noral 'Thomas Ewing, ox ber of Congross from Ohio, on tho 21st inst. His doath lie rlostlt of injurios received <ing struck by a Cablo Car in York the day before. -Senator M . C. Butler has so at positi'ni as attorlney for 'ram p...

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. — 30 January 1896

The People's Journal. LOOAL ITERS. Dr. W. F. Austin will be In Central Febrary 3d to 5th. Dr. Robert Kirksey has treated himself to a itne buggy roadster. D. F. Sutherland, of Pumpkintown, was in town last Monday. B. M. Griffin and J. L. Thornlcy, Jr., made a flying trip to Greenville on Mon day. Prof. J. M. Looper moved Ino his new house last Monday in the Mica neighbor hood. John T. Lewis & Son have a change in their ad. this week. Read what they have to say. Mr. W. L. Jenkins of this place has been invited to tihe marriage of his son Howard. Grifila & Holder bought a flue drove of cattle of a Mr. Glazener from North Carolina, Monday. Born nnto Mr. and Mis. John W. Looper, near Ta'io Mountali, on the 23d List., a daughter. Ea:ley had a dell-hiful hop at tihe Academy Monday nigelt, given by the Easley Dancing Olub. The authorities in charge ought to have tihe road fixed where it crobses Rocky Branch. It Is almost impassable. Miss Aloe Hicks, a pleasing young lady of Walhall...

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