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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 8 March 1894

e s ,jeurg1e THURSDAY, MARCH 8, 1894. LOCAL PARAGRAPHS. 'e will send the JOURNAL and Ih- HOME AND FAMU one year for [. 0. Bowen was in Groonvillo, Friday. 4r. W. L. Cobb, of Richmond, was in tho city, Friday. 'rank H. Word, of Now Yok, is istered at the Hester House. diss Lillio Bryant is visiting her ther, Auditor Bryant. 'liss Stella Newbery is visiting ).tives in Easley this week. M1r. W. Prico and Mr. McDade, Ashville, N. C. are at the Thorn 'house. \Iaj. E. B. Murry, of Anderson r, is attending court hero this ok. Messrs. B. Lewis and Duff Stow t visited Gronville last Thurs y. Julius E. Boggs, Esq., of the ntinol, attended Courdf at Wal Ila last week. Mr. John W. Butler, of Athens,. I., paid the city a short-visit last -iday. ... Prof. O'Hanloi, our Offncioni, hoolma stor, visited friends and latives in Soenaca, last week. J. I-I. Brown, one of Liberty's 4ost popular merchants, was in io city last Saturday. Tho frionds of Mrs. Thomas Wol orn will be sorry to learn of her wvore...

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. — 8 March 1894

HOMIN4 P~OWER& OF THE OAT. ney A* Mysterious An MVblhOSabe 3e to Modera Se wee. That a cat can come home in the face of almost incodible diffioultie* is per fectly certain. Thus, to take a fact as an instance, a cat was carried from a own On the northeast coast of Fife to a house near Perth. It went in a basket by train to Leuchars, where it changed for Dundee, and at Dundee changed for Perth. Next day, about 7 in the morn Wng, this cat was observed to run down the avenue of its new home with a pur poseful air. On the third day it ap peared at its old home. Now, how did that cat achieve its Journey? Did it take a bee line across country, and, if so, how did it know Its direction? Or did it run to Dundee, cross Tay bridge (the railway bridge) and so along the line to Leuchars, negotiating the Eden at Guard bridge? We can hardly suppose that it swam the Tay. Or did it go round by the head of Loch Tay-a long rough journey by the Kil Un, where a cat might meet many dan gers and temp...

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. — 15 March 1894

.Mai~MI)I PI EES/C hrPh',cian ande urgeon, O)llie, t his I esi d'-.i M 111 . ain'i St reeit, March 84, 181.f , J . 11I NE, Civil EglI .eer und es N v'eyor, GreenvSle, .. Spml .l at Iention then to "SubdIvisii of Iand,,'' Tervraciia;i .1anl Esimtion of water power. OlileC 881 MaLtinl Si . ovIer Fciton's Book St- e, hmu. 25, 9-1--3m. It. 0. owi.N. L. E. CILaiis. JOWEN & CI[11.I1I88, Attorneys at Law, P'ickens, 8. C. Oct. 5, 18903. DR. J. W. NORWOOD, Dentist. Dr. W1. MN. N.- nwoolo, Assistant OtlicU, 881 Main Street, 3reenville, 8. C. Jan. 9, '02 .y D 1. J. P. CARLISLE, Blntist, Oe."el villt., z3. (;. Oflico over Addi.; n IA. McJee's Drug Store. 11!. WiLA M8 is 110W perma. nea ly locatwd nt Pi'4kes', mial oieis hils Profcssioial Serviei.s to thie of the town and siteoiindisig e"wnitry. Of 1ice and residceIC., at the Grilli l0ionse. Oct.. 26-3m The Exchange Hotel, 1GREENVLJ-rE, S. C. C. W. HENDERSON, Proprietor. Special attention t4) Co ralIireN Travel an Tourists. .'alde ae-Uursed ...

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. — 15 March 1894

su-o sVyma THUSDAY. cription One Dollar a Year ntered at the.Post-oficO at Pickens, S. V., a econd-chass4 tnattOr. AsIEJET YOUR RIGHlTS. The CottOn Plant last wook, in reviewing the Wal halla rosolutions, gav theo alliilcO 111011 of this State gan11 tiely advice. An oxtract from this editorial is; published this wook in the JocRNAl, and We coroinond it to tho sorious consid oration of our roadorS. It is an evijdent fact to iall careful roadors of reforn papers, that, in the rush and anxiety for Ofico there is a vdisposition to ignoro measures and omit the peoplo to tho support ofmon,' It is time to pauso and Aaink,.before the principlos and (40" dof tho alliance are sacri ar of ambition. It is I~t to take everything on faith, the peoplo are entitled tc know the vie)ws of candidates for positiolns of honor and trust, upon matters of public intorest. If the alliance men ever expect to accoi plish iiything, it is t imo to as1sort their rights and bo firm in their domands. The nolunient...

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. — 15 March 1894

Thle NJieepl's Jeurgae. THURSDAY, MARCH 15, 1894. LOCAL. PARAGRAPHS. We will 011d the1 JOURNAL an(1 ith [omo AN I) FARIM ono y'Our foi *1.25. Mr. J. C. Mulln, of Archniy, Ohio, Was ill the City last wook. Mr. Thomas Bryans, of Atlanta, Ga., was in tho city last week. Mr. Frank White, of Richmond, Va., was in the city Monday. J. L. Thornley, jr., of' Easley, visited his father's family, SunldLay. Col. A. Blythe of Greenville, attonded Court here last wook. P. E. Alexander, of the Sontinel, went to Greenvillo last week. T. L. Watkins, of Central, was in town Tuesday. Mr. J. H. Davis, of Central, is visiting his son, D. H. Davis. &Miss Lola Holder is visiting re ativos and friends near Central. W. J. Pondor, of Dacusvillo, was in town Friday. Mr. Watts Hudgons, of Easloy, visited friends in Pickeiis last week. Mr. James Stoolo, of Groonvillo, visited his aunt, Mrs. S. P. Bruce, last wdiok. Misseo.sailielnd Igila Harris, of Fields, vieitod Aii.s Calrio Wyatt, last Week .. - Judge .1...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 15 March 1894

~NESIGALTION E NDED 1 The Senate Committee on Ha waii Has Reportcd. A VOLUMINOUS DOOUMENT IT IS Senator Morgan Prepared tile pior and It 1 Chsaratorlied by RepubOflicans as Well as Demoorats as Able ani Exhauist. Ie-Tile Iepublican minority Will Not Endorse It Fully. WAsHINGTON, Feb. 26.-A volume of nearly 800 printed pages, exclisive of nap, has just boon laid before the son ate representing the testimony taken by the senate committee oi foreign rola tions and their findings of facts thereon, under a resolution directing thom to i - quire whether any, and if so, what itregularities have occurred in the diplo mato intercourse between the United States and Hawaii in relation to the eo1ent rovolution. It is the report of a sjority of the committee, and was by Chairman Morgan, of Ala t exhaustively reviews facts. laws - precedenta; justifies Stevens' ac ns, except in proclaiming a protector to, and finds nothing irregular in the &pPOintment of Commissioner Blouit. kht in effect say...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 22 March 1894

9I ____TE_ PEOPL.IE'SJoRA Vol. ~ * [~1CKE8, S. C., THURSDAY MARCH 22, 189LNl -o 4 4 IK N Ph'Isiclan and Surgosow Oflie wt hlis Ivesidellco oil Main 6,tr J 1'. K SltINE, Civil EigI eur and U. surveyor, Greenville, S. k. Specl.11 attention given to "Subdivision of land," Terracing and Estimation of water power. Offce 881 Main St. over Felton's Book Stole, Jan. 25, 914--m. It. 0. BOWEN. L. E. CILDRUSS. J3OWEN & CHILDRESS, Attorneys at Law Oct. 5, 1893. D R. J. W. NORWOOD, Dentist, Dr. W. M. NcWWooD, Assistan*t. 001cc, 881 Main Street, Greenville, 13. 0. Jan. 9, '92 y DR 1. J. P. CARLISLE, Dentist, Green ylle, t. 0. office over Aduison & McGee's Drug Store. The Exchange Hotel, GREENVILLE, 8. C. 0. W. HENDERSON, Proprietor, kronern Improvements Large Roons. Special attention to Commercial Travel an Tourists. Table Fare Unsurpassed. Fine Climate the year round. Ap. 7, 9'2 J. E,. HAGOODI, J. L. THORNLEY, Jit L. C. THORNLEY. HAGOOD & THORNLEY BROS., Livery, Foo, Sale & zchan...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 22 March 1894

ALMAL 0. R mOIN3ON, EDTOR UJ8HED BURRY THVRBDAY. ubscription One Dollar a Year. atorod at tho Post-oilic at PickOU, S. C., as om0i-class matter. Raidiroad Tax Cases. Evory weire thero was hailed with light the nows that Judgo Si onton had decided tho South Ca lina Railroad tax caso in favor tho Stato. Tho poopl will got om this sourco for State, County id School taxos, over $200,000, as is was a test case, and all the her tax casos will not be prossod . decision. Tho taxes duo inl ickons will amount to about $14, )0, and ovor two-thirds of this tni will go to the County and Ahool funds. It is estimated that applied to that purposo, the coun tax will bo suliciont to pay all ist indobtednoss. Tho campaign is boginning to pon in oarnost and the candidates r guborunatorial honors tire avail 1g themselves of the opportunit.y f addrossing th peoplo at, the aass-mooti ngs in tho sevoral coun is, whoro invitat ions havo hen ;ivon them. So fllr the speehos lavo eoi )Q oll 3 gp;110oral lillos...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 22 March 1894

L4OCAI 1ARAGRAP1HS. . We wi usInd the JoumN.r i a< the. Hom AN IF' 0n1 year foz $1.25. T.ir~i alist ice - - :up hh , w"as inl tev ahy Miss; Corrio BI'ruco is visitinj friends and rolativos in Andersor this wook. Mr. A. Charles Tilden visito friends in Greenvillo, Saturday ai Sunday. James P. Caroy, Esq., went tc .Xroonvillo on profossional businosE ast wook. Jesso Palmor caught an ool, last Iuesday, out, of Wolf Crook, which ioasuirod tfwo foot and threo Iichos, Rov. Ir. Soy mour preached twc rory intorosting sormoiis in the laptist Church, last Sunday. J. T. Loopor has a holn, that boats lio record, having laid ninotoen ggs in ton days. J. H. NQwton is at homo on a hort vacation. His many frionds . re glad to soo him. Whon in neod of a shirt call on iowis & Son--tioy have tho finost >t of shirts in towni. Julus E. Boggs, Esq., of the ontinol, w(OInt to Chiarleston last ook on buisinoss. J. W. Sutlierland, of Knob, was I townl Miiionday, and mado a loasant call on the Jour...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 22 March 1894

y. W. F. BRIM"', EDrWox. ' hILD'S NE ED OF SYM PATJ' . Tlho child needs tympathy, coM liIius-ip, love. Here also tho in stilnct of tho higher quadrupeds( -li -l i ohino- wayl tho samon Show inl aI tout e - deimand. T1 e dog's desire. r foo, and oftten dpllainlg it is to be . . -ter If his master is with his mastel'. iifhSi'I within doors, the dog Wishes to lie at his feet; if he goes to aniothol. room, the dog must a so go, and es tablish himself there; if ho goes tort h owalk or ride,tIhe foulr-ionted friend bounds along in h over jvvd to I-ravJ'Se miiil7 of clounitry, I Which ho would m"ver vist aln.I A i oc ,asioniwI fri.dly wori com tvtW aim t ut w~ it hout compan hip he can do not hing. 4raige th animlliv1 Iand often ignored it in the chil ! Evory child needS c0mpainionlship - to have some one to whom oVery joy may Io illipalr t'd. Soeub of the most. conse'niI tii '11 and dovoted parent(s w'.ho hiave Over kissod thier childrOen, and the aE, hlqj IIabIit ( o)f ree ss'1.4 Zi n ) ...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 29 March 1894

Vo.4,plt. V(NS S. C., -TIR!A--i.ARH29, 1891 o1 -Dyiian and Surgeon, O1l1ce a, his emdloo e me Main 8treet,. M ich 8, 180-1. J E. 811MI NP Civil Engl eur and . zurveyor, Greeivillo, S. u:. Speclil attitton given to -Subdivisholn of land," 1\rrachig and Ettnaatlonl of Watter power. O)lice 88J lain St. over Friton's Book Stilt e. Jan. 25, 94-din. H1. 0. JUowgx. L. E. CIILDltESS. OWI1N. & CHI.DIlESH, Attorneys at Law, Oct. 5; 1893. tI.j. . NORWOOD, D stDr. W. M. N<.ntwoon, Assistanlt. Ofllce,' 88i Main Street, urCenvillC, .- 0 an. Y it. J. P. CARLIS6E, Dentist Groop . Vyille, S. c. Ollico overAtisw' McGec's Drug Stor1. - The Exchange G.Il10lNV.JL~IA, S. C. C. W. HENDERSON, P1roprietor. M rou: ni Imp--rVunt 4 I .ry-- Ih yns. Special attenion' to Conunlcial T!,:L'e ll Tourists. Tab ir L I rpasMd.Ll Fine Climate the year romintd A p. 7, 9'z J. IE. H1AGOOD, J. 1.. T14 (U L. C. T IlO1 N LI:Y. IAGOO-D & TiORNLEYJ3 Q Livery, reed, :1ab o ~ E asley and Pick n1-4. ,. (Opposite I otel....

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 29 March 1894

4E PEOPLE'S JOURNAL T .ROBINSO0N, Eolan1. IasJa lvri T-rJUSDAY. Iscription One Dollar a Year. ftod het Sb OsCofe St PIcIkenIt .. (".tai uand Butler will moot in 1orson Monday and the cam gn will open in earnest. enator Alfred H. Colquett, of >rgia, died from a itroko of par. sie, at his residence in Washing i, D. C., on the.26th instant, )llver and ant-i ilvor men look a veto of the Bland Bill. Bland iuoted an saying that he expect the bill totbe vetoed. (t was announced hero Saturday it the Hon. John R. Harrison, P present State senator from thie auty, haaU formally announced uself a Oandidate. for tho demo' Atic 4omination for secretary -) ate..-Greenvillo News. Judge Simonton has decided thai ,e IV& D. railroad must pay itF zes,'and he orders the receivers pay out of the funds in their Vg4p the remainder of the taxes aphd'*and the coats of the proceed go. 3eeemat4e few ?veb.s The Greenyille delegation to the gislature met Raturday in the Iiceof Shuman & Dean, all of th...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 29 March 1894

The Ieepl's Jemxy . THURSDAY, MARCH 29,1894. LOCAL PARAGRAPHIS. We will send the JOURNAL and the HOME AND FAnM one year for $1.25. Auditor Bryant went to Pied mont last week, on business. D. W. Hopkins went to Spartan burg, on business, Saturday. Jauies . lagoodjr., of'Easloy wa.-in-town, Tuesday.. Mr. 4)pgdwin, of Philad i Pa., waftni -town',1 4Eaterd Col. William gielmniq son county, waiin tow - Mr. King, 'fNow VTr - town last week. A. Ml. Morris has a hite is very sick with lung fm-cr. Martin Bowen. lost -a valuuW horse last wook. Dr. R. F. Smith, (f EIasley, was in town-Monday. John Ferguson, jr., one of Groei Ville's i tn popular -young mon, was in2.town. his weok. M4 W. G Lovis viuitod her fath D4r . Eliap - Mauldin, last wee -t2 P. E. Alexaider, of tho Sentinel, visited Greonville, last Saturday and Sunday. . N. Bolding, of Praters, was ins town Saturday, and paid his respects.to the JOURNAL.. qur.farming editor says that Dr. W. T. Field has.the finost field of wheat in the 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. — 29 March 1894

TO APPLIAT8. ogidar oxanltionl of ap. )Icants for Teacher's cortiflioates of qualifiCatioi, for Pickons coun ty, will be hold P.ickens C. H., on Friday an1ds1urday, April 20 and 21st, 1894. Applicalits will b.oexamied on spelling, Reading, Writing, Arith, motic, English Grammar, Geogra phy, History, Physiology and Hy gione, and Theory and Practice. Tho following will, in all proba bility bo added by tio State Board for the higher grades: Algebra, Drawing, Civil Govern mont, Elomentary Agriculture, El omentary Ethics, and Elemontory Vocal Music. By a recent Act the lifo of a first grade certificate will be for five years insteodioftwo as heretofore. The examination will be held iii numbors. Only thoso who wish to obtain certificatosj4i. be expect(. By order of State Superintend ent of Education. W. N. F. BRIGr, School Commissionor. The trustees of Mica No. 33, have their houso nearly roaly. The trustees of Gilassy Mountain No. 32, have completed their school houso, 24x36. It is nicel...

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 April 1894

.~~~M - . -E EiEA Vol. 4~,I ____. *PIKES U D 'A-PRIL&,19.N.i 4'79.- ROBERT KIRK4EY. A-.F Phvll n and Surgeon, Offi a h enneule o0 Mui stree( Marcb 8, 189c TE. SIRRJE, Civil Etigi ieer utim 0 durvoyor, Greenville, 8. . Special attition.given to "Subdivislbi of Lind," Terracing and Estimation .1 water power. Ofe 88j Main St. over Fdtons 1o04 Stole, Jan. 25, 94-3m. If. 0. BowuN. L. E. CurLaass ftOWEN & CHII.DItESS Attorneys at Law, Oct. 5, 1898. .W.- NORtWOOD, Dentist, Dr. - , %W W. M. N< 1W60on, Assistant.- Ome1e, 88 Main t3treet, Greenville, S. C. an. 9,'92 y R .P. CARLILE, Dentist, Green. A8. U. Viteo over tit iioi ale~i W bJtug'Store b"l h change Hotel, GREENVILLE, S. C. C. W. HENDERSON, Proprietor. M ~orn Improvemeunt T,arg, 1-oms. "Jal attention to Coiniercial Travrel an Tourlats. Table Fare Unsurpassed. Fine Climate the year round. Ap. 7, 9': J. B. HAGOOD, J. L. TiHORNLIY, Ji L. C. THORNLEY. HA000D & THORNLEY BROS., LMt, Fik* ii & Mule8n[ tablii, Basley and Pi...

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 April 1894

THE PEOPLE'S JOURNAI T. 0. ROBINSON, Ebnroni. PUBIOHED EVERY TIIWESDP Subscription One Dollar a Ye Ent~cred it, leo 101t Office lit i.,ki secod-ch's zIatter. The Stato board of callvissort aftor an all-dny sessio), (cid ed manimouslY, March 30th, thu Judge Izlr was entitled to the son in Congress. It was officially do cided that he wils olocted Iy 18( umajority. The old (on federa to soldiers who1c aro mombers of the Wolf Crook Enicampnmnt of' Pickens CouOn, met inlI tho Coiur't. Houso lust Satur day, for the purposo of olectingi dologates to the1, re-ullion of tit old Coln federates at BirinijghaI Ala., on the 25th and 26th of April Capt. James A. Griffin, W. T. Fields and 11. 1. .lendricks, will ropresent the Encampmniit. The appoilntilig power inl Wash ingtonl aro begillinlg It) See mord ill Conigressnlni Latile, anwd to r-0 coglize the fa1t (ltat 1w is illded tho rightfiul repriseiat ire of I eO third distrief (df So(mlt Carolin. Me vas giv ll the( ;ppoiI Inii ln (if the puotmas...

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 April 1894

We will: send the JOURNALr and e Bomb~x AID FARM .one year for ~. P Cob, o Ribmod, Va., was inttowni last Tuesday. C. T. Mbiegetode, of New York, wa, i town laat Tuesday. G. W. ... leton- ..s in town ~ M0ain, of Chester * as. in town last wejk. Presiding Elder Wilson, of An erso, Wis in town, last week. -Nice line of Ladyes' Dress Good, aist-recei'ved at Lewis &Son. J. L. Thoriley, jf., of Easley, is iuiting bis o parents, this week. Dr. W. F. -Austin is in town esk,- hete ewis Son sells fWie gallons of Iew Orleans syrup for $1.00. Several communications crowd d out this week, on account of >ther matter. James P. Carey, Esq., went to Central last week, on professional busines. .0O. Bowen, L. C. Thornley, P. E. Ales~nder, and B. M. Griffin, went to Greenville, last week. Dr. R. F. Smith and family, of asley viited Mr. and Mrs. Hol lingsworth, this week. Miss Liza Mauldin, of Rice's, is isitrng .her s.ister, Mrs. B. Lewis, th'is week. Miss Artie Lewis, of Anderson Mil le,.is vi...

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 April 1894

gnsi~trW eaoItma. W. W..F. 162,E~n NOTICE,'O APPLICANTS. Tho regular oxamndution of up plicants for Toach&'s cortificatom of qualificatiOl, for Pickons couin ty, will bho ld at Pickons C. 11., on Friday and Saturday, April 20 and 21st, IN4 A Applicants will be examined on Spolling, Reading, Writing, Arith miotic, Engilish Grammanir, Geogra ply, History, Physiology and I Iy giodo, and Theory amd Pract.ico. Thto followinig will, in all preha bility be added by the State Board for tho higher grades: Algobra, Drawing, Civil Govern ment, 1lmnii'iitary Agriculture, El lmlietIary Fi"thies. and Elollimntory I Vocal3ui. By a recout, Act. the life of a first grado certificate will be for fivo years instod of two as horotofore. The examination will bo hold in numbers. Only those who wish to obtain certificntes will be exiecteld. By order of State Stp'rintend Onlt of Eduicationl. W. W. F4. Buwwrl'I School Coliissioner. Being slow, easy-going, careiess sort of a fellov-th h ditor t this colu...

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 April 1894

4 4 HE EOPLE'S JON Vol, I -. .I. PICKENS 8. C., THUIt8DAY APRIL 12 189. No.15 March I. 1894. J E. IlttRINi. UlviI Engi .evr mad 0 nurveyor, Grcenvl LS&. 41. - . SpecAl attetion givell o - f ,liv64.,n of Iand," Terriclig and Esttiat loll of water power. office 88j M.1Ii 8t,.over FrS! .ltoaa's 11osk Jan. 25, 94-m. f. 0. BownN. ' -U. CHILDRKs. ]BOWEN & Chl-0)D. 8. a Attor neys aLa Oct. 5. 18 - . - - D t. J. W.,Dentist.-Dr. W. M.' ult. -slce 88 Main str s. O. J. g, 1g9-3 DR . , 0ntist Or --at vile, . 8."IdA tover 'A Aso- & Mc~ee' Drug Store. The Exchange Hotel, GRI'YVILLE, S. Q. C. W. EENDERSON,.PtQprii:tor. Spcelal attetion to Connuecial Travel an Zutt.'pleag.israed Fine Climatetite year romnd. Ap.' 7, 9'. J. E. HAGOOR,. 'J.''rTHORN L EY, Jn RAGoO &."'O0ELEY B :08.,* Uife!, folk d -19 .1lQInge U0I1, Basley aid Vickyns, 8. Q.. '40pposi1t otel.) Carriages, ligis. aikd 8addle Horses, at -,reasorable rates. - s Yoir pdrounge soticl~id. ABE CLARK 1 GiO. E. COOPER. GlArk &...

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 April 1894

OPLE'S JOURNAL, MINSON, Enn-on. ED EVERY THURSDAY. on One Dollar a Year 1 - fi t 1'ekonfl mt nai t 1t'. TIV HkilE W-A Id and cz-lmly tao -1 eI101 C l i I 1'. That, imiis .mad( I%- he h h ide'', Call Sthat the 1nf riot)sm anIIl spirit of men on bth the NatS'01 from Civil bo aditii ted. v oven the -elm. partisan111. The bost eid a Iep0tiLioni of siuch Itions oif 11ntolorance anl ; is to ignoro the advic< partisais, an1d to elinn. ics from the questions ol once and the enforcomont v. No one can deny, that woro paramount inl the ,tions of many stops takon ifortunato afYitr. Acts of es wore encouragod by o hopd to advance the interests of their faction, .mporato anid swaggoring an1(d acts wvere on the oth inidulged in for the samne Tt was a fin gaime, but *x0l)os of the tax-payer much t.) the credit. of the A Ifairs 1 >Q d ugly V and reeno'I the f:mation wao 'm until it Hpirit ofeonceQsionl d with i hie ledrI-t of each h1n the -ian to co.-ope h eachl othmer in prea"rying te and not...

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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