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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 30 January 1896

A POSTPONE rILGRIMAGE. 11Y CLA14A E. HIAMILTON. Dr. Rutledge hitched his horse in front of his gate and looked out over the roofs of the village with an ex presslon that no one in El Campo had ever seen him wear before. His eyes were bright, his tiguro erect, the very brim of his soft felt hat, which usually drooped so desponldently, had straigh toned itself out. le looked ten years younger than before, and ho felt like a boy. As he walked up the gravelly path to the house he stooped, as he would have done years ago, to pick a rosobud for his buttonhole before he entered the house where his Mary awaited him. Sho had bon his wife for forty years ; but sho was still his swootheart, and this morning he thought the rose . especially appro priate. "Mary !" he said, as he thrust h is head in at the sitting room door. But Mary was in the kitchen, mending a Inuchworn coat and making the most of the yellow March sunshino which, in her provident eyes, ought to servo for firewood in California...

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. — 6 February 1896

VOL. E3 - ) VO. .--O T E PEPE'S JOURNA VO .-N.4. P'ICKENS, S. C., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 189. ONE DOLLAR A YEAR. Tillman Prods cleveland HE USES THE FAMOUS PITCHFORK, Cleveland a " Beoned Tyfant " amd Cal lisle the " Jud.; born Ke;ntucky "--Ropeal of the Shuninan Law a " Daronalo P1t." Senator Tilil man. of South Carolina, made his first speech in the United States Senato on the 29th ult. ie took the loor on the pending silver bond bill, and as it was known that he would speak on that day, the galleries were quickly filled and lie was accorded the closest attention. He went down tile aisle from his seat in the rear to one in the front row, imiediately in front of the presiding ollicer. He was provided with manuscript, but spoke extemporaneously ait the beginning. " Mr. Prosident," the Senator hogan "it is not saying too much and I feel warranted In cbarging that the de rangement in our finances and all this cry about sound money and maintain ing the honor and credit of the United Sta...

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. — 6 February 1896

111--7T 7 . ~J1he ropitb ourni T. . RODINSON, Editor. PUBLXsHED EVBRY THURSDAY. Subscription One Dollar a Yea Entered at the Post Offico at Pokenav second-class matter. NAlYERTISING RATES. Oio dollar por inch for first insertion, fli ty emts for each subsequent insertion Liberal discount for advertiseronnts on an mal contracts. Terms cash. Annual con tracts payable qu1arterly. No Invorites. Ono price to all. No spe cial position or special rates to foreign ad vortfisrs. All siuch must take the run o th palper and abido by such rates. Local notices, in local column, 10 cent por lino for first insertion and live cents fo: each subseqnIelit ins1ertlon. Ativertisllonts for coning isato shouh bo haudod in not later than Monday morn le editor will not bo responsiblo for tbi views aId opinions of correspondents, un less the same are elitoriallv endorsed. TIURSDAY, FEB. 6, 1896. SCHOOt COMMISSIONEIs. As will bo sen by the resolu. tions pubhslied in this issuo of tit JOURNAL, a meeting 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. — 6 February 1896

The People's Journal. LOCAL ITEMS8. All job printing is cash on do livery. Last Sunday was surely a splen did day--to stay in doors. Miss Ada Gossett, of Easley, visited Miss Stella Newberry last week. E. M. Jones, of Kings, who has been seriously ill with fever is im proving. Only a' small contingont of our county's population was in Pick ens saleday. Rev. 0. L. Craig will preach in the Pickens Baptist Church next Sunday night. Miss Lena Stewart, a daughter of Clork of Court Stewart, is very ill with measles. Dr. W. F. Austin, and bride were in Pickens last week, guests of H. B. Hendricks. C. T. Martin, of Easley, has gono to Alabama, or to use his own Janguage, "he orter be." Mr. W. H. Ambler, of Greens boro, N. C. is visiting his father, Mr. J. H. Ambler, of this county. A four-year old mare belonging to the Nimmons estate was sold at auction on sale day for $45 cash. It must be remembered that all tributes of respect, obituaries, &c, exceoding ton lines will be charged for. ...

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. — 6 February 1896

FoRuNE VROM Tl1lC NICW Nobody could say that the 1)aecyb were a lazy famnily. Davo l)acey, Ia lad of only soventco1n years, but strong, fair and ruddy as his namesake of old, he of Goliath fame, was the bread winner of thbe family. Atsevon o'clock overy morning, clad in a blouse and overalls, and armed with brush arid paint pail, Dave trudged olf to his work. Although only a house piter, he had artistic aspiirations, and his cozy room in the little brown Cottage was filled with sketches, which, erude though they might be, evinced a merit easily recognized by others less partial than his sister D~olly. Dolly was l)ave's twin. She had the same clear, violet eyes : the same light complexion that a ha ugh Ilitshes so rosily ; the siamo brown hair with a glint of red gold in it. Dolly had her aspirations, too. She wantel to be a writer. Thiu far. howover, sho hadl launched but few barks upon the troubled sea of literature. Some of them had foundered, but, several had come into port grand...

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. — 13 February 1896

?/ E~ THE PEOPLE'S JO RNAL VOL 6.---NO. 5. PICKENS, S. C., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 13, I)6. ONE DOLLAR A YEAL The General Assembly. WHAT IS GOING ON IN COLUMBIA, The Logislaturo Gets Actively to Work After A Short lccess. The General Assembly did not ac complish a great deal prior to the re cess, as the committees wore consider Ing the various measures before them, but the real work of the session has be gun in earnest, and an adjournment is expected in two or three weeks. TIlE.STATE TO LEND MONEY. In the Houso, Mr. Gray's bill to au thorize the sinking fund commission to lendl the sinking fund on the security of the valid bonds of the State, when .the bonds cannot be purchased at par, was called up out of its order, Judge Towns nd saying that there was a large amount of money lying idle, which should be utilized. Mr. Gadsden moved to strike out the enacting words of the bill, saying it was very dangerous for the State to go into the banking business with the credit of the State. This fu...

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. — 13 February 1896

4: The People's Journal T. C. ROBINSON, Editor. PUBLISHE EVERY THURSDAY. Subscription One Dollar a Year Entered at tile post Ofico at rickens as second-class matter. ADVERTISING RATES. One dollar p1er itnch for first insertion, fif ty cents for each subsoqitent insertion. Liberal discotuit, for a(1vertisements on an. -nl11 contracts. Terms cash. Annual con. tract.ti ljjaal)lo (jIiartorly. No svjiltes. Oita price to all. No spe. cial ,ositioni or specia1 rates to foreign ad vertisers. All suich mist take the run ol the paeper and ibide by tiech rates. Local notices, in local column, 10 centt per lino for first, iitsertion and live cents foi each stibseuitent. hisertion. - -t for coming issue aillon11 lnter than Monday morn, not be responsible for th( Is of correspontlentts, tim -ditoriallv endorsed. TIIURISIM Y, FEll. 13, 1890. TLREWVARM. Governor TillI man began tho uso of his proverbial pitchferk in the senate last week when ho spoke on the then pending silvor bond bill. Ihs speech...

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. — 13 February 1896

The People's Journal., LOCAL ITEMS. All job printing is cash on do livory. An infant child of Dr. J. J. Mor gan, died on the 8d inst. Mr. Samuel Robertson, of Pra. ters, made Ti JOULNAL a pleas ant call Monday. L. E. Hunnicutt killed a pig last Friday 6 months old that weighed 196 pounds. Mr. George Rooke, who has been at Pacolet for some time, was on our streets last Satuaduy. Miss Olivo Thornley and her brother, John Thornloy, are visit ing in Anderson this week. W. J. Ponder and J. W. Thomas of the Saluda side of our county, were in Pickens one day last week. It must be remembered that all tributes of respect, obituaries, &c, exceeding ten lines will be charged for. The JOURNAL has THE job of fice; it has THE Job printer, and it has THE prices that will suit the times. Dr. Porter, of Westminster' was in Pickens last Monday with a view to locating for the practice of his profession.. Thomas Powers, of the Keowee side, was in town Monday, shaking hands with his numerous friends...

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. — 13 February 1896

Tbe J For4 FROM 'THI' WAS Those who know him best would never have suspected it. A club man, I a bon vivant, hero of an endless array ofemoro or less exciting love scrapes, gentleman and all around good follow -ho, Charlio Brown, actually in the meshes of love, frightfully, sentimen- 1 tally, desperately in love. , And with whom ? A girl ho con lessed did not care a snap for him - I Mary Chislmon, riob, culturod, travel- I ed, cnical and proud. " k hore, Brown," said Van Tweet, one day in Brown's room, I throwing one leg over the other and looking his friend straight in the eye, 3 "something very serious Is the mat ter. I have quietly studied you for a some time and diagnosed your -case t very carefully. You are in love. Come, now, who is she ? Out with it." Brown tried to look surprised and then ilippant. " Tut tut I" said Van Tweet, "you can't simulate any beguiling nonchal- - ance before me; you can't deceive Tweet. If you are in troub) ar z. affair of the heart, AM x r13OVer aI ...

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. — 20 February 1896

if -E e a VOL. 6.---NO. 6. PICKENS, S. C., THURSDAY, FLBUR 0 86 N )LA IER 4'BR R Dispeonsoy Message IMPORTANT CHANGES RECOMMENDED BY GOV. EVANS. Ho Suggests that tho Board of Control be Composed of Five Members and All Pur chases be First Approved by Them-A State Inspection of All Liquors Shippod in the State in the Interest of Health. The following Is the special message of Governor Evans on the dispensary, which was read last week to the Log Islature . Gentlemen of the General Assembly: In 1892 the dispensary law was enacted as a solution of tho vexed and imuch discussed whiskoy problem. All rea sonablo mon acting in the light of the experience of other States acknowl edge that prohibition is impractible so long as whiskey is regarded as a legitimate article of comnerce by the national goverlmont. It uan only be cherished as an ideal theory and must be classed with other Utopian ideas. The drinking habit is recognized by all civilized governments as an evil and one that is peculia...

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. — 20 February 1896

S le, Peoples Journal - T, V. ROBINSON, E ditor. PUBLISHED EVBRY THURSDAY. Subscription One Dollar a Year Entered at tle Post 0lce att Pickons as secondlass1,4. naater. ADVERTISINU RATES. One dollar per iwe for first insertion, fif ty coits for eaitc sut'bslleit, isertion. Liberal discoint. for oillver ifiiilts ol l naal contract.s. 'T'eris cash. Atitia3l con tracts, payabhle quarterly. No favorites. On11,r0ce to flal. No spe 01al ositions or SPIK(imlI rates to foreign al vorti1sers. All sneils' 111 t. take the rim of the papfer and ihido by sn4h rIttes. Locai noiIes, in lo(l.1; cl11111, 10 cents por lino for first, inserl ion hnd ie cenits for ectibstlicient Insert i011. Advertisce nts for coni ng isi sliottld be handed ill not later thinti Mothlay Istorti inClio editor will not. he responisilde for tlie VIews 1111 opinions of e 'res mnt Ite-Iits, 1n less the samue are clitorially endorsed. TI11'Il8)A\Y, 111. 20, 190. BEN TALL .13*SPROGRA1M. Washington, Fob. 13,-Since his speoch il...

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. — 20 February 1896

The People's .Journal. LOCAL ITERIS. Mr. B. S. Freeman, of Briggs, was in town Tuesday. Miss Lizzie Mauldin, of near Easley, is visiting at Landrum. Robt. Lathem, of Easley, was laid up with measles last week. Miss Mattie Rester, is visiting the Misses Harris, of Field, this week. Mr. Goo. Robinson is now clerk ing for Mr. J. E. Robinson at Easley. Drop your eye on what T. D. Harris, the cheap cash man has to say this week. Miss Hortense Mauldin, who has been visiting at Kingstree, is at home again. So far there are seven getting themselves in trim to make the shrievalty race. Mr. I. H. Philpot, of Dacusville, made the JOURNAL a very agreea ble call Monday. Mr. John D. Harris anid wife, of Greenville county, are visiting at Mr. T. D. Harri'. Rev. B. Holder returnod Thurs day from a vioit to his daughter Mrs J. Boatwright, at Polzor. Mr. John Craig has opened up a general stock of merchandise in the J. N. Howard stand at Easley. Married, on Friday, February 14th, in Easley, 1y the Re...

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. — 20 February 1896

T GnralAssembly CUTTING DOWN THE SALARIES. I -c pt hee v n; r theSis ')of The following is the bill passed by the House of lHepreeuntatives, which reduces the pay of otlicials In this State. The Senate ilay not agree with the HIouse, and henceo the imnMs ure Js not yet a ceortainty : See. 1. That the following officors in this State IIll receivO the following annual salaries and compensation, aad nto other compenswation, to-wit: The Governor, $3,000: Lieutenant Gover nor, during the session of the General Assembly, a per dicu of eight dollars and miloage of a member of the Gen eril Assembly : Governor's Private Secretary. $1,000 ; G,we'rnor's Mlessen ger, four hundred dollars: Seeretary of State and heeper of Stato House and grounds, 1,900; Clerk of Secretary of State. $1.200 ; Comptrol ler G;eneral, elt00: Chief Clerk of Compt-roller (;eneral, $1 .200 : Pension Clerk of 'ension Board anMd Bookkeoper of Comuptroler General, $1.200; Stato Trrenure r, 52.ou: Chief Clerk of the State '...

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. — 27 February 1896

IPE P VOL 6.---NO. 7 PICKENS, S. C., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 8 MNamiLARAeEA THE ELECTION BIL. IN THE HOUSE, The Ausiaian Bafot K iedi by a Large Vote Th.e Eijht Box L3w Pxa'sod. The House had undor consideration the election bills, which included the Australian ballot introduced by Mr. Manning, of Sumtor, and the eight box law proposed by Judge Townsend, of Marlboro. Mr. Manning said: It is with unasaumed dillidonco that I have un dertaken the task of presenting this bill, realizing as I do the seriousness of the problem confronting us and the great importance of its wise and right solution. Nothing but the earnest conviction that we must have an im provement in our election system and put it upon a higher plane of public morals has made me undertake the task. In introducing this bill I wish to state with equal frankness that I believe if it is adopted. it will greatly promote purity and fairness in elections. I have tried to embody all that is just, fair and righ t, and I hope that 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. — 27 February 1896

S.IX. ROINSON, 1dItor. pUBLjSHEDBVERY THURSDAY. Subscription One Dollar a Year Entored tit the l'ost Ofilco at 11ckoe5 itis accond-class natter. ADVERTISING RATES. One dollar per incli for iirst insertion, fif ty cents for !a4i stibseqttelit. itisertioni. Liberal discotmit. for ll vet-t.isemeW-tits on am ttnal cont raet. 'T'msll ash. Alnual con tracts, pityable g11-itatel.. No fnivorites. 0 te it-' It) all. No Si cial positioli or specil v irates to foreign all vertscrs. All stich anist, take thio rtli of tIhe paper and bthide by stili rates. Local nlotives, inl local ('0l1111nn, 10 cenit.4 per lino for firstt.n i ~'iti oll t live cents for ceoh stabseqluent i n.<'r t ion. Advert isemen(ts for comin g isIui 4.11ot: bO luultled inl no(t later tim .atM otday mtorli lig. The editor will not. he resp)olsile for the views a<1nd opitoion o) f correSptmlents, in les the sainle are eclit orially. en11dorseil. Tlll-l!I AY, 'El. 27, 18961. yes; and the eigiht lines from tho Seitinel wer...

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. — 27 February 1896

fhe, People's Journal. W00AL ITEMS. The farmers are now hard at work. . Harris oaht food the court atton dants. Monday was a day to cause our farmers to smile. Mr. H. B. Hendricks is in Co lumbia this week. , Mr.Will Rebinson, :f Easloy, was in Pickons Monday. Mr. Bailey Higgins is now doing extra tolograph work on the South ern. The sick of Major J. M. Stow arts family are very much im' proved. Mr. R. M. Wertz, of Liberty, paid the Court House a visit a few day ago. W. A. Grant, of the Nine Times section, Was in Pickons Friday on business. Dr. J. F. Williams made n.pro fessional visit to Pickens the other day. M .T n~ lT" rco, of Fairfield .aw of Dr. J. ). town NMonday. n, of Easley, was Thursday and paid Octs to the JOURNAL. orm of school began . An increased num A-b are now in atton dance. J. B. Freeman, of Bri-iggs, wasi in Pickens Monday. Joe still holds his avoirdupois, and steps about as lightly as evor. Georgo Rooko and Thos. Jenkins left Friday for PacAlot, whero they will ...

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. — 27 February 1896

JOHN WESLEY'S LOVE AFFAIRS. All of Them Were- Unfortunate and One Filled Him With Lasting Regret. - The story of the great Wesley's love affairs, given by Luke Tyerman in his "Life and Times of John Wesley," forms a strange and most rqmarka ble series of episodes in his life. The first occurrenice was during his mission to Georgia, where he formed a deep at taobment to a Miss Sophia Hopkey, a niece of the chief nagistrate of the colony. The earlier biographies of Wesley represent the affairs as involv ing a conspiracy on the part of the young lady and her friends against the reputation of the youthful ascetic. But so unlikely an account is now dis credited, and is totally disclaimed by Mr. Tyerman. Certain it is that Wesley was deeply in love; certain, too, that he referred the case to his Moravian friends and advisers, who decided accordingly that he should proceed no further in the matter, and ie is said to have acquiseced, saying: "The will of the Lord be done." How ever this may...

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 March 1896

e... .. - **: TrHE PEOPLLE'SJORA YOL 7. PICKENS, S. C., THURSDAY, MARCH 5, 896. ONE DOLLAR A YEAR The Geneml Assembly. THE COLL[GE AND CITADEL. A Narrow Escapo frjm Roduotion In the Appropriations. In the House, Mr, L. J. Williams moved to make the South Carolina College appropriation '$20,000 instead of $25,000. The ayes and 1100 wore demanded on a motion to table this amendtnent, which was lost by a vote of 68 to 27. Mr. Patton said it was- unfortunato that these fights were renewed year after year. He was only prodding the gentleman from Edgeflold a little with his own pitchfork when boi referred to the continued fights. Mr. Patton said the only thing was that the appropriation bill was to cov er a period of 14 months. That was why $25,000 was in there. To cut this to $20,000 was to take the institution from the plane on which the Governor and other State oftleers and all other State concerns wore placed. At the South Carolina College over one-half of the students were farmers' s...

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 March 1896

The People's Journal T. U. ROBINSON, Editor. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. Subscription One Dollar a Year Entered at the Post Office at Pickens as second-olass matter. AD VERTISING RATES. Ono dollar per inch for first insertion, fif ty cents for enel stbism uent insertion. Liberal discount. for acIvertiseients oi an nual contracts. Teris cash. Annual con tracts payable quarterly. No favorites. One price to all. No spe cial position or special rates to foreign ad vertisers. All isch must take the run of the papor and abido by such rates. Locld notices, in local 'oiucmi, 10 cents per line for first insertion and five cents for each subse(iuent insertion. Advertisements for coming isite shouild bo ianded in not later than Monday morn ing. Tho editor will not be responsible for the views and opinions of corresp(ientils, un less the same are editorialiv eilorsed. TIIURSIDAY, MAIICi 5, 1890. Silver Mfteim Culled Together for tihe CamunpaIgn. With the prosidential campaign of 189G tho Lime has...

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 March 1896

The People's Journal. LOOAL ITEMS. Dr. Riley was in town Friday and Saturday. Thos. Hughes, of Loopers, paid the JOURNAL a pleasant call Mon day. R. G. Gaines, of Central was seen on the streets the first day of court. t Miss Maud Moss, of Walhalla, is visiting the family of B. Lowis this week. R. A. R. Christopher, of E47asley, a brother. of Auditor Christopher, was on our streets Monday. Remember the church confor once at Ruhamah on next Satur day at 11 a. mn. W. M. HARDEN. Andrew Day, of Easley, was cir culating in Piekens Monday shak ing hands with his many frionds Dr. G. W. Earle prescribed for nineteen cases last Friday, con sisting mostly of measles, grip and pneumonia. A. J. Boggs, of Calhoun, was among the attondants at Court Monday. He reports everybody busy preparing to piant. The family of Mr. Sam Mann has been considerably under the weather for several days, one of his children being quito sick. We were pleased to greet Jorre Prince on our streets Monday attor a hard si...

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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