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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 5 March 1896

NR. ANSEN AND THE NORTH POLE Bill Arp Thinks it is Good to Discuss Some twng Besjdes Pontics-He to Much Interest. ed in Scientific Discoveries. Everybody is thinking about the north pole and Dr. Nausea now. It i glorious to have something to distract our attention from politics. And there are the cathode' rays that have come just in time to help out. It is awful to have to read politicb day after day and to ponder over the ways of parties and partisans. A quail a day for thirty days is nothing to be compared to It. L-t us have any sort of a recess now. We wouldn't mind a big fire or a small earthquake-a quake that would shake the windows in the big house at Wash ington and upset a few desks and tables and roll the drunken member from Alabama otf the sofa. I wish some Guy 1Fawkes would come along and scare thlem all so bad that they would go home and never go back any morh. The pe-oplo are tired and d is heartened. There are a few good public servants there, but they are lost and .he...

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 March 1896

____I __TE ]PEOPLE'S JO R A VL .-N.8. PICKENS, S. C., THURSDAY, MARCH 12, 1896. N OLRATA I 'General Asembly THE METROPOLITAN POLICE IAY/ Charleston Protests Against its Enforcemon -Govurnor Evans Defended in the Housc by a Large Majorty. The amendment to the metropolitar poliCe law WaS the special 01'de for Wednesday night, and a strong debate took place, in which the course ol Governor Evans was defended and the measure was sustained by a large majorlity. MAr. GadsdOn, of Charleston,- moved to strike out tho enacting words and made a speech in favor of it. He said : M r. Speaker The amendment which 1 bavo just proposod to the bill has for Its purpose the repoal of the act passed by the Legislature at Its last sossion and commonly known t the metropolitan police act. I can not hope, Mr. Speakor and gentlemen, to Induce this House to rdverso its action four years ago, but I do hope for such an oxpression of the opinion of the House on this measuro as will indicate its disapproval of ...

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 March 1896

"I>" N d tor. vW12 VERB tUi ROPAY. ubscription One Dollar a Yeaj Entered at the Post Onlce at PIokens a4 Seconi-class matter. ADVERTISING RATES. onto tlollar por inch for first insertioni, fif ty conts for eneli Stabseqnteit. iisert.Iotn. Liberal discount for atvertiseme:ts on tan nutal coat-racts. Terms ensh. Aniatial con tracts nayailo quarterly. No lavort esi. Ono pries) to all. No ipe cial position or special rates to foreigi zad vertisers. All st"ei mItut tako the rim of thio paper and ablido by sach rates. Local naotices, in locail coitan, 10 veiits per line for first insertiotn anid ive cents for each aubseqiueit inisertion. Aivertisemenits for coning istae sh1oul bo hanided it not later than Monday morn ing. Tieh elitor will not. bo responisible for the VICiS ati l piiotis of corresponalnts', liii less the same are editorially entlorsed. Tt I U8'1)t Y, IMARCI 12,18!96. M11. 90AWDEN'N CALL. 'l'7111 Jo2RNA1, 11a alread y pub)1 lished tho call of J. W. Bowden, Membier Nation...

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 March 1896

The People's Journal. LOCAL ITEMS. Maj. Ambler was in Pickens Tuesday. John Porter, eon of P. A. Porter, is seriously ill. 1028 men have paid their $2 comnmutatioin tax. Money to loan-Call at P. 0. Box No. 45, Pokens, S. C. tf Jerre Loopor has tho finest piece of wheat in this neighborhood. 'Dr. J. R Riley will preach at Central next Sunday at 11 a. in. Mrs. Jane Chastain, of Atlanta, is visiting this week at Dr. Earle's. The family of Maj. J. M. Stew art is on the road to good health again. The fertilizers are rolling in in abundance to raise more five cent cotton. Miss Lena Bowen is visiting rel ativos and friends in Groonville this wook. Mr.'S. T. Prior, of Thomasvillo, dropped in to soo the JouumNAL a few days ago. There is now a flourishing Sun day school at Secona. It is hold in the afternoon. Mr. W. B. F. Corbin, of Salem, Oconee county, was in Pickens the latter part of last wook. Mrs. Salli, :McClanaham, of Liberty, is visiting Mr. Irvin Mil ler and family this week. Miss E...

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 March 1896

It thnore was ono thing in all her ox perince that Susaunna Morton wa hrearitily tired of it was the evidon aid continuous purpose of mankind t prmit her to romain a spinster. True, @he had been one so long V would! seem that sho should have be come accustomed to it; but by som strUngo fatality women, that is the iijority of women, never accept thoit lot in this form with that calm resigna tion and beautiful Christiau spiri which has won for thom the endearing title of the gentler sex. And Susana Norton had put up with it just as long as 1ho was going to. Four leap years had passed hor' by, and she had submitted gracefully, bit eich year- less gr'acefully than she h ad done the year previously, and there were iromnilts inl the last, of the four whelrn shei ht"'ame almost, desper'ato. Now that a fifth had comne, ler mind was riuale u). Sihe would tako the reins of tupidi inl I-r own hands and drive thatt harum-seltarim little rascal in a m11anrri' to suit hers'elf. Sh1e had -what mie...

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 March 1896

(i /' TH6-NE P.EOPLTS JEL TOL. 6.--- NO. 9. PICKE3NS, S. C. THURSDAY, MARCH i A NEDLARAYA THlE NEWI DISPENSARY 10Y/ The Difforenco Botwoen the Old and the New-The Board of Control Hias Charge of tho Finances. Much spoculation Is being Indulged in as to what the new board of control Is going to do. Under the law they will have entire charge of the finan oles, buying of liquors and in faot absoluto control of everything oxcept the constables, who will continue to be appoint-id by the Governor. Tie pros ent commissioner's tori does not Cx pire until iext January, and his sue cessor will not assume chorgo until April 1. There is very litter differ once between the new law and the old except In two particulars ihich are contained in the lirst., Second and Third seotions, whion road as follows : Soction 1. That the manufacture, sale, barter or exchange, receipt or acceptance, for unlawful use, delivery, storing, nud keeping In possession, within this State, of any spirituoue, malt, vino'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. — 19 March 1896

The People's JQirnal. T. C. IOBINSON, Editor. PUBLISHI EVERY THURSDAY. Subscription One Dollar a Year Eitered at the Post Offico at Pickens as second-class4 matter. I lsll)A Y. MAIICI 19, 1896. FUN AIIEAD. "Coming ovonts cast thoir shad ows boforo" and politics in South Carolina 1)romises to ho lively and intoresting. Thero aro Jgions, who want oflicQ, and are watching the popular wave to waft thom in to a place, where the duties are light, and the componsation, am plo.- Tho trouible, however, lie-s inl tbe fact, tht tho dear people thiiIk for theniselves and sottl) matftors accor(l ilig to their own notions, of4timeos playing havoc with the best, devised schomos of politiciiiis. They can penotrato plots and can judge mnl, iot, being etasily de coivcd by amlbitious aspirants-with. plausiblo.) projects. Already combinations are re porLed in Washington and the band. to play. Shell and 'McILni rin havo been in closo coiversa tionl, and Sholl pronouncesCO McLau rin the biggest man in So...

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 March 1896

The People's Journal. KOOAL ITEKs. J. W. and D. W. llopkins, of Oentral, wero in Pickens Tuesday. Money to loan-Call at P. 0. Box No. 45, Pickens, 8, C. marl2tf Try John Craig, at Easley, for bargaino in Groceries, Candies and Fruits. Miss Sallie Duckworth, with the Misses Rogers, will be glad to see her Pickone friends. Miss Cora Bowon is again at home after teaching a flourishing term of school at Dacusville. T. D. Harris has a fow new re marks in this week's issue. Con sult him, he has a most completo stock. Miss Lena Bowen has returned home from a most delighful visit to Greenville among rolatives and friends. The JOURNAL has THE job of fico; it has THE )iob printer, and it has THE prices that will suit the times. Remembor that Jako martin, at Easley, keeps a nico stock of staple and fancy Grocerios, and when there step in and see him. The Board of Registration now consists of the following named gentleman: J. H. Kennemr, Chairman; J. T. Loopor and Hlon ry Farr. Mrs. B. B. Gilst...

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 March 1896

4CE A WOMAN. -'. e n th your last word, Edna? As Ae,De ter . 9'And will nothing I can may alte your decisIn ?" le stood looking down at her fac his own exeedingly grave ; a tall ma about 28 years of ago, with biak ha and a strong looking shav u face. Il looked reserewd and self-contalnied. Edna shook her head. " No," she *aid ; "1 nothing, I an lie drew in bis upper Ilip betewccr his tooth, and his forehetd wrinkle as he stil. ligered. "Well ," he said, "I am iminienseh . . I' don't want to bother youl d-I suppos it would. nlot do Icrap of good.' Rtising his right hand, hoe pulihe back his hair. "It seems a litkh ditlioult to realize just, yet. I ecounte. on a diereClt aISWe.l' "That was hardly jmy fault," sh' said, lowering her eyes. They wer dark blue eyes, remarIlikttbly dtrk con sidering tile flairiess of b)r hai0r anL skin. Idna was a smnai'l . A'OIan1, belN the average as r rds heiglt, al girlish in figur , , though sho ha( passeti lid her wcty -hi t st, year. Your fat U No, 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 March 1896

H R VOL 6--NO._OPLE S JOURNAL6JN D 10.6.-N . I1CKENS, S. C. THURSDAY, AiRCh- 26, 189.OEDLA ER An Appeal to Voters. THE GOSPEL TEMPERANCE UNION ON THE DISPENSARY. The Law is Not Being Proporly Enforced and an Appoal l Made to the People. The executive comiittee of the Gos pcl 'Temperanco Union has sont out the follow1in addiress for the consideration of the "Cihristian Voters of the State": The present status of the 1 iquor traf fic in South Carolina Is a condition which challenges the earnest attention of every good citizon, and especially of every Christian in the State. If the dispensary system is to be con tinued as a means of supplying intoxi cants to all who seck them for beverago pIirposes, and of gaining a revenue from the protit of sales for this purposo, then must the countless evils, which all in this enlightened day know to be the inovitable sequence of such a sys tem, continue to flow inl an ever in creasing flood, to tho destruction of every interest, social and spiritu...

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 March 1896

The People's Journal. T. C, ROBINSON, Editor. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. Subscription One Dollar a Year Eutered at the Post ofilco at Pickens as secolt--elass matter. A VI V R11TISING , ATES. 01e dollatr per iicl for first inertion, fif ty coit for <-nl, sithseqIrient insertion. Lilbcral <disvouint for ulvertisemerints oili ai mtial cont ract -. Terims cash. Annual con tracets, ipi%:0he tlittarterly. No lIvo'rite<. one price to ail. No spe cia l posit ion or specil rates to foreign il vertiset's. All slih mitst. take the ruln of tile pa.r andl ahide b y sutch rates. Loc:al lot ic'cs, ill loc:al coltt1l111, lo (T-ilts per linle for- first, insert.iola :ndl 11ive cet.t for e,14,1 silligegnent! inserltionl. In-rl ismnits f r coin g issite sitoild bo lialiti' l ill iot litti' I la ti tll Monlay illorl Ing. 'The eilitar wNill not he responsible for the ivews in l inions of correspontiti t s, tit less tihe sa tie are eli torially' endiorserd. Til'III).YM.\lCll, 2G 1890i. I oNE T G...

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 March 1896

The People's Journal. LOOAL ITEMS. Mr. W. M. Hago'od, of Easley, was inI Piokens last Sunday. Read the chango In the ad of John TV. Lewis-d& Son, an1d profit thereby. T. J. farddin, Esq., left Saturday on a1 prospectilug tour In Southwest Georgia. D. T. Hayes, of Maynard, nado i pleasant call at tlis oillee Monday morni Ing. Dr. W. 1'. Field. of Aaynard, was in town Motnday aid made, the JOURNAL a pleasant call. Dr..J. R. Ritley tilled his appoltitments in the Presbyter In ehtulch: Siiday Ind preAled two excelilett sormtions. Me:ter-s' W- IH. and V. P. fLigott, of Greeiville, are spentd'.ng a few days with the fainly of Sh: * AleD)a.tel this-week. Ever-bo1y is invited to nUend the sing Ing at Seconi next Stiday,the 29th inst., at 1) a. in. Bring your d; loers and song books. Mrs. W. W. White, of A der-son. who has l'eeni vi Catpt. a (I M-s. J. L. Thoit ey for, t past ueek returned home lait Monday. Rev. V. Mt. lidin filled hi rgular pin1)1111 tile- 'S at )Aesville anld Th:> N...

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 March 1896

Stories of the War. LAA FONTIN, TH SCOUT* HE SOY THE ENEMY BY SCORES' A Modest Man With a Splendid Record The Best Marksman in Either Army En giaued in the Late War. Following tie peaceful and mono tonous avocations of a planter and a man of letters in the secluded hamlet of Lyon, in Coahomla County, Missis sippi, not far from Mompbis, lives the most destructive and sanguinary I war rior, single handed, that tho world ever saw, and who in his declining days, dovotes himself to the muses and fromt time to time contributes to the daily and periodical press literary articles of such ilno merit its no one would credit to a man who carries the scars of sixty-seven bullets and has slain so many fellow creatures that he cannot make even an approximate es timato of the number thereof. Tile marquis of Lothian, in hIs his tory of the war of secession, published soveral years ago, being conversant with many incidents in the life of Fon taine, says in elToct that none of the historical or tradi...

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 April 1896

414. - - --e....U....{-. ..'......,, TIKHE E PLES JOURNALN D7)AA TII6.oN. PICKENS, S. C. ThURSDAY, APRIL 2, 1896 N OLA YA Stand to the Party. ADDRESS BY THE BIMETALLIC NATIONAL COMMITTEE, MR. W. D. MAYFIELD URGES STRONGLY THAT THE FIGHT FOR FREE SILVER MUST BE MADE WITIN THE PARTY. When the silver convention met in Memphis last year a " Bimetallic Na tional Democratic Committee " was ap pointed, consisting of one member from each State, with Senator Harrie, of Tennessee, as chairman. lon. W. D. Maytleid is the member from this State, and hot has issued an address to the bimotallists of South Carolina in which he strongly urges them to make their light inside the Democrat ic ranks and shows the folly of hoping to acconiplish anything by " bolting" and wanuoring oif to strange gods.. Gov. Evans and Senator Tillman urged Mr. Mayfild's appointment as a member of the committee, and as Gov. Evans has said that the address "was all right," hence he must favor making the silver fight solely...

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 April 1896

The People's Journa. T. v. 11OBINSON, Editor. ~~iUBLISHED BVERY THURSDAY. Subscriptionl One Dollar a Year Enteredl at th Post Oico at Pickons as second-cleasis matter. 1I1U1S)AY, APRIL, 2 1896. jmIE. KEITT ON TIHE SITUA TION. The Journal has observed very carefully the courso of Joseph L. Keitt, as )istrict Lecturer of the Alliance, and has had the pleas uro of publishig his speeches be foro th alhanco meetings inl Pick ons, for the benefit of those who had not th.e privilego of hoaring them. Possibly no man in the Stato has done ioro faith ful and Iruitful work in his district for tho cause of gon1uile r'oformu and relief for the masses tian Mr. Keitt. Ito has worked in season and out of season, and his dili gonce has not been in a monsure without reward. 11it the deep Study of the subject and tho zeal, thoroby created, has in tho judg ment of the JoUx., mado Mr. Keitt impjtielt and h advises the peoplo to a course or action, bo foro it is nocessary to resort to such a, Izardois un...

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 April 1896

The People's Journal, LOCAL ITEMS. Mrs. J. M. Stewart is still vely sick. Coffee pots, 10 cents, at Li. C. Thornley's. Stop in at L. C. Thornley's and learn his prices, you won't go any further. A. J. Jones is now at 205 Main Street Greenville. Soo his ad in an'other column. Miss Corrio Bruce returned last week fr'om a pleasant visit to Charleston. Miss Laura Ellis is at home again, after a protracted absence in Georgia, teaching school. A. E. Kelly is in Charleston this week in attendance upon tho United States court as a juror. Miss Callio Gilstrap is visiting in the Maynard noghborhood this week among rolatives and friends. R. L. R. Bentz has something now to say to our county poolplo this week. Cast your eye on hi3 ad. A. K. Park has somo good rea(d ing in this issue. Consult his ad to be found elsewhero in these col umns. It will pay you to call on L. C. Thornley, on the corner. Ho- has a tip top stock and is selling it at COST. J. E.^HIagood,1Jr., and wife were in Pickens Sund...

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 April 1896

NEVER DESPAIR Who has not heard or road about London Bridge, that famous thorough, fare of England's busiost centre o1 tialle, of It endless stream of humanity, constantly passing to and fro in their daily pursuits, of innumerablo tales of woe, of lives lost, i)ospent and forlorn, of tragedies, occurring only to be at onco forgotten and followed by more stairtlilig crliImes, the ileVitiabl3 rqauilt and outcomo of everyday life in tihe Eiglish metropolis-the seat of untold wealth and of untold misery-that un rolls before us the depths of human nature, only too often in their most rcvoltoiig form ? It was a dark and foggy evening. The hour w hen the tired toilers seek the ciufort of their fireside when everyhbody goes to his liole-provided he has a hooie-had come and gono. Suddenly two pedebtrianis approach ing from )0opposite directions eamo to a suddeln and iather nIlleasint, coli'sion on tue bridge. One of them, young aid dresied in the height of fashion, had come from the aristoer...

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 April 1896

/ / 9~ VL6:O.1.PICKENS, S. C.. THURSDAY, APRIL 9, 1896. ONE DOLLAR A YEAR. -Irby Talks to Gantt. THE GOLD BUGS WILL BE THE BO1TERS. Free Silver J)enocrats Will Control the Chicago Conveiioni-Laiirens County a Unit for Irby. The irrepressible Larry Gantt, of the Piedmont Headlight, has been on a political scout in Laurens County, and was tho guest of Senator Irby. who drove him over the upper ecCtion of the county, and gave him an opportuni ty to talk with the people. Hore is the result of him investigations at the storm-centro In political matters: Laurens County is now looked upon as the seat of political war in our State. So The Headlight editor de cided that he would visit that section, and lot our readers know the true situation. Wo found Laurens as placid as a spring morning, without a ripple of excitement. Thoir new cotton mill has just been started, Lp, and the peo ple were of course happy. They are now talking about water works sup plied from an artesian well, and other ente...

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 April 1896

T. V. JIOBINSON, Editor. pujLISHXD NEvY THURSDAY. Subscription One Dollar - Year Entered at the Post ofliep at Pickens as secoclass~c~m matter. THURSDAY, APRIL 9, 1896. sieuraaor Tillanlai Amnoag Wall Street. Monacyi KingsM. Frlom The New York W~orld. A stnoge liIU appeared In Wll stirOet oli Moii'loda vIorning and wal)der(ed with Ile clrowd tiat rttared between the tow crig lihlinig-. A tall. sti ong man, witi brown i. shaven face, Napoleoni fea trilesnin an "*i eice eye. The black sloucih hat. wasiipulled down iml froit an( tiunijed ul belhind. There never was ja imo1re siriking ligire seen im the citadel of the il liona:1 Ir's, 11r1 o14 of deeper Sig. nil1leanlce. As he stood ill froint of (1lhe Suib-Treas. 4r.% grml eyig thle oie of J. Pier. p)on. .\l r.ig:i a fe-w men turned arotmd to look a .-'oi 44time at the dark,,almost Savage counten('1:11we. lit nione mn that vast, rt l l onlil tide semed to recog Izle senlator Bld~aminl Ryanl Ti11lhna, who h:d coi' 1to New York to write ...

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 April 1896

The People's Journal. LOVAL ITEIS. The old ticket was ro-oloctod Monday to servo our town as may or and wardens. Mr. Ben McDaniel who has boon down in Lexington county for someg timo arrived homo Sunday. Rov. J. E. Foster will proach at Oolonoy Baptist church on the fourth Sabbath in April next at 3 p.m. Married on tho 5th at the resi dence of Mr. J. E. Oowons, Mr. Leo Presley to Miss Estello Thomas. B. D. Garvin, officiating. Mossrs. J. E. Boggs and T. C. Robinson have been appointed by Mayor J. L. Thorniey as delegates to the Southern Cotton States con vention to be hold in Spartanburg on the 15th inst. The services of the Oolenoy Baptist Church this year eimbraces the first Sabbath and Saturday ho foro at 3 o'clock in the afternoon on Saturday and 11 o'clock oin Sabbath and 3 o'clock tho third Sabbath, Ricos' Alliance will meet at the usual place of moeting on Satur day the 11th inst., at 3 p. n. All of the brethron are requested to be present as busimess of inipor tanco will coi...

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