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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 9 April 1896

T'M111' F.. THEI WXI MADE IS FOR{ITUNE In all London there was not a more entirely adnmirable specimen of his class than Sir Philip Tiredgold, manag Ing partner of the grcat banking firm, Messrs. 8mith, Sil lery & Tredgold. Enterprising in his operations, honest in all his doalings, considerate and ovengeblrous in his treatment of his subordinates, he was to those about him the very ideal of what an English business man should be. His history was the best evidence of his character and capacity. Forty years before he had been taken lito the employment of the Oirm as an act of charity. ie was then a lad of seven teen or so, and having lately been left a penniless orphan, and being a dis tant, and humble relative of the late Mr. Samuel Sillery, that munificent gentleman thought proper to provide for him by giving him a junior clerk ship in the cushier's department. For a considierable time his abilities and industry attracted no attention. At length, however, they brought him to th...

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 April 1896

. :;. VO. .PICKENS, S. C. TH URSDAY, APRIL 16, 1<6 '8 43* t .' VOL.6:-0. . PIKEN, S C. HURDAY APRL i, 196.ONE DOLLAR A YEAR Stole D06M1 Exit Come NO DECIDED ACTION IS TAKEN. Cha10ir,1na l0by S:1,aamis Square Against Bolting-Tho Maly Coiynitll oll Must. Decldo Ihle Questioln. Columbia legister. It has been shifted from the State Deomtocratic Executivo Comm ittee to the State Democratic Convention. That, in two short paragraphs, was the action of the executive committee last night. Thos l who watched tho proceedings Carefully believe that a imijority of the cominitteC tr(' opposed to a bolt, but that someiv Of that majority were op )osed to t light On the issue at this time and so forced a stand-off. Many of the comIIiitteemCn were in town ill yesterday morning and innon orable caucuses and consultations were held. The committie mot slortly af ter 8 p. m. in the SenLto chamber. Tle following wero present at the meeting : J. Y. Jones, A bbeville; W. Ai. Jordan, Aiken .1. 1. Glenn, A...

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 April 1896

The People's Journal T. U. IOUINSON, Editor. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. Subscription One Dollar a Yca Entered it the Post Ofico at Pickens nw sceomleldacs matter. T'i IIISI)A Y, A P11 .16, 1896 COMM1NITTEE. Tho1( Journa 1 itor, being a IeIeJ)Or of the Stato Domocratic Executive Committee, had the pleasue of attending its meoting, whice wis held iml Columbia on the. 7th i nst. Wo wero inl the city two days and had ample opl)ortu ity to get a1 corr-c. report of the pd litical situation inl t1h.) several conlities of the state, 'which Ivi jege we vallue veery ligi llv, as it voul have been uttelrly , impossi e to litive got tlaii correct idel frmiii the' 1w spape'' i'Oports, alld the iilt l e els of certaill 11('lillei'r sinIcO t11lc ' 'et111'11 fr-i ol 0111111 ilai. 'Th1e proeIeN'(dingiW of the iieetinig are p ulished i.1 the .1mlouirnlc , (1l(-y lless bee'eere llce' imll'tillg, 1'11 t iIc repor1it 11 he, sl h'le's s!"Ii v a (Ie cidted bias fol- Ir h. as grea spacle mlvus ie il m1 ati'...

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 April 1896

The People's Journal. LOCAL ITEMS. Mr. J. W. Hopkins, of Central, was in Pickons Tuosday on busi noms. T. D. Harris says "shoos" this week, besides many other things. Read what ho remarks in another Column. Miss Stella Nowbery, who is vis iting in Gaffnoy, was reportmid as quite sick last week, but lator in f ormation is, wo aro glad to say, much improved. W. F. Dodson was tried hoforo Magistrato Jonkins last Friday oil the chargo of violating tho dispen sary law and was acquitted, the evidence proving not suflicwlit to convict. Madison Jenkins, colored, says ho wished that the "niggor" had chokod when ho was Oaltini' iloit. fine Wvandotte rooster liho run',d from the r'oost ait his house inst Sun(lay ight. On the 12th day of April at the imm11o of tho bridl.'s fIt her, Ai '. .1. 1\latt Itaipoy, Al r. lRohert Cant r. I I was married to Miss Jannah Ram poy. The ceremony was pei~rfor ed by B. 1). Garvin, Esq. N iss Anna A melia iii ooko l-ft Pickens TuesdIav for Easley to ro mailn unt...

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 April 1896

-A ImAC I OF EPI'1TAPHS. T'he following qies aro of Americai originnl were written nearly twen ty .e:.rs ago. but they are started oi a fresh routi through their 1ublic-tatione in' thc 1.onedonl 't es, in aInswer to a correspond ent' tinery : I[ee lies 1i poor wornan %who always was SI In a house w here help was not hiired Hier il l words on varti were: " )ear -rk where ther's Ito ciooking. nor washinag. -o or -vwmng:; ].ni everythilig there is exaect to lly For where they do't eat theres Ito wash ing tIp dishes. " I'l 1I w( ere. l0oud antheins will :tlways lie tnin tg. BuM havleg Ino voice- I'll g~et .in1it I,( thke jDMn't 11,111Ir for ?Ile iOn -thirit wrnl foir mie nievr, ['Il going its do)nothinitz for ever and er er. -it (1oking, wa4hit: aoi scwing ilre C,, . r V ea .:I . " e t ..I 1 ured as est r.. :1:1A he' J,!. nt "\ l I e to be revised et ie n-. les a poo. woman wh u. -in ' V }.r I. - I. ~ c ..1 3 1 lit rI .1 h aa il b - hii t~ ,llii Ii.vi r ii.1: w r e eyn. wli id a" 1' i t...

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 April 1896

_ 6 PEO P .E. TRSAL YOL. 6.-N0.iO. PICKENS, S. C. THURSD)AY, APRIL 3 18o6.ON DLARAY R THE ".ILY YIIITE " TIME CONVENTION, A ItMAlRKAMIHI GATIIU'RlNG IN COLUMBIA. Democratc leDesert,ers aire Specially IJonoret--Pope Assails the ispen sary atI lIefiormiers. The Brayton-Melton wing of the Republicans he1 their convention in Columibia on the 14th inst., and ilu was ia reltlarkIable gatherilg in Some re spects. The number of native whites WasI larger thani anly similrl. coivel tion over held in the State, and m1ore attention %was given to homne affairs than to national issues. Chairmnan Mielton in opening the con vention made a few bieif remIiiarICs Its to the pu rpose for which the convel 4on Wits elled. the Cei-Cume staLces uIln der wiicb it, was called and the ulti li to object to be attatlined. Ile said in IS1-i an issue was mdo which threat oned tle disfranichiseetnult of more than one I alf tie RVle publi icants and rothing w-ItS done11 to ijLtl the tide by the se1f colstittiLdl le...

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 April 1896

The People's Journal T. C. RtOBINSON, Editor. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. Subscription One Dollar a Yea Entered at the Post Oflice at Pickens a second-elass- matter. T1 tl17 SI)A Y, A iti ?11 2-3, 1896. Red Bank, Saluda county, S. C. has a niew six coluinti folio, thr Courior. Its motto ip: "The three groat loxes preservinig ]I1. mnl lioIrty-the Ballot Box, th( Jury Box and the Cartridge Box. In the house on the 15th inst.. Nr. Boil, doiocrat, of Toxait. call. Vd up the uallfol u repo W1 of el.ctios1 comilittoo No. 3 in ho caso of Moormiati vs. Laier, from the third district of South Car-dlna, rVcommen101dingr the( aldop tiioin of rosolutions declaring ,oorillanl, repuldlicall, no0t elected and 1.atieir, dem11ocra1t, elected an d enltitled to the seat, hlvd by* him. Tlin rellrt. ws agreed to 'solut 0n115s adopt ed. S----uw 01 illy to soe) i fariller jullp litor anid hear him ask - you wlit 118 to (Iuit ra1is si for, whell wo eint soll allvtiils.i else?'" We don't, wallt. lom to (fult ...

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 April 1896

The People's Journal. LOCAL ITEM1S. Miss Mary Syimios, of Green ville, is visiting in Pickens this week. 4# Messrs. Dock Boggs and Ed. Stephens, of Central, woro in Pick ens Monday. Ira Mearos loft Pickens last Tuesday for Ashovillo, N. C., where h19 has18 a good pOsition. Mrs. Thos. Boggs, of Birming han, Ala., is visiting rolatives and friends in Pickons county. Miss Uity Portor, of Westminii ster, S. C., is visiting her brothor, Dr F. S. Porter. of our town. Roy. W. 13. Singloton proachud at the Baptist church last Sunday night to a very attontivo audienco. The Easloy Dancing club had a most enjoyable dance at the resi donce of Mr. -T. B. Higgins' 1ast Friday night. Rev. A. J. S. Thomas, of Gr ville, preached to a lanrgo conre(ga' tion at tho Balptist church at this place last Suntly. Tho dispensary at Pickenis as, on the 15th inst., in oeraltioi just one fear. It had up to that timo sold $3,017.25. in liquors. Miss Maudo loss, after uponfd ing several wooks inl Pickelns Vis itin...

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 April 1896

An lventorho Got Ricl Vo; invontion was at the bottomo it all, and though it took somo years and a peIculiari' combination of circum stances, I owo my present condition oi the suany side of "Easy Stroet" puroli to invention. I omerged fron tho wai a poor man ; the old home wai iortgaged, my Invalid parents lookec to mu for support, and, suffering my self from tiwo gun-shot wounds, ono 0) which persistently refused to heal, Iadaue the prospects look rather gluon) f.)r a man in h Itis early twenties. I had dabbled sone at inventing, took out several patents, which, how ever, proved only moderately emun crative. and I finally decided to take Gr'ely's advice, go to Kansas, avail i1s-3f of the soldiers' land act, acquire a arm and trust, to the developnluot of the Count.ry for the rest. In puruce of this resolve, I found Inyu ve:i a year later in Norton County, on a q uaItrterP sOCtion (If what, was said to le a lin!e land as the sun11 over shone upona. I had tolerably fair success, gmig...

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 April 1896

TH~fE PEOPLE'jFS JOUNL TOL 6.---NO. 15. PICKENS, S. C. THURSDAY, APRIL 30, 1896. Tila in the wests ADAPTS HIMSELF TO THE SURROUNDINOS. An Antdience of'Ton Thousanti Greets Him in Kansas-Characteristio Boldtness anid lIdependence. Tho Topeka State Journal says that 10,000 peoplo. tried to gain admittanco to the vast circuit tent In Wichita, Kansas, to hear Senator Tillman, South Carolina's favorite son, but of necossity many wore disappointed. The speech was punctuated with cheers ancd laughter and was rogarded as a remarkably powerful one. Senator Tillman was in fine form and spoke as follows : Ladies and Fellow Citizons-I must bo cxcuscd when I say that this out pouring of the citizens of this State to greet a stranger touches meo deeply. I am espreally glad to see so many of Kansas' fair daughtors here. We nood a new Declaration of Indo pondence, and we aro here as free Americpn citizens to give it utteranco. It is a big question ; it is a moment ous question, and unlesa your impa...

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 April 1896

ki. T~ ",.6 i 14WSDAY, rSubscription One Dollar a Yea; Enltored at the Post Office at Pickens at accotnI-class matter. ADVERTISING RATES. Otto dollar per Inch for first insertion, fit. tv enuts for eacli stibsertitent itisertiott. ]iherat discotunt. for aIdvertoisOints on alt nuial contriwts. Torms cash. Annual con tracts, payabloi qitarterly. No favorites1. One prico to all. No mp) e'ii position or speciaal rates to foreign nit vertisers. All stch isist tako the run of rad abido by sich rates. notices, inl 100tttI colliati, 10 eetits for lirst itsertion anid five cents for ,selittemt iniert ion. tiseiteits for cotni og issue sItO1tild A in not lator tiati Monday norn 19Ag. 'Ite editor Will Htot he respomsible for the vwws :oii opijiions of correslio(ttents, un:i less t.lio saine aro cdtitoritillv endorsed. T1illlSDAY, APRIL :0, 18., . Don't forgot that the colstitu tion of the Democratic party of South Carolina, adoptod inl the State colivOntion, September 19, 189-1, is tho only la...

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 April 1896

LOOAL ITEMS. The Ponsion Board will again moet on the 2d of May. Call on L. C. Thornley on tho corner for the best bargains. Miss 'Lona Bowon is sponding a few (lays with relatives in Contral. Capt. and Mrs. J. L. Thornley welit oil a visit to Charleston iasJ won k V. (.' Field, of Maynard, Jrs. R. A. llowen in town anl announcenioits for canndi dates aro strictly cash with ordor for tho samo. tf Read what J. M. Rampey, Of Enslov, has to say in this issue. It will iitorost you. Miss . Annio Nimmons, of Oco n0o conlllty., is visit'ing i iss Flor 01nce Bowen1i inl towni. Miss Gortrudo Hago,)d, of E as loy. visited Mi i ss Corrio Bru'co, of this place, last wee 'k. Doputy Collector, A. II. Jnk ills, of Greenvillo was inl Pickens i"'iness last wook. . W.M.H1din was in Grei lunday and proachied ill the g to a large congrogation at; ull. L. C. Thornley for the U. I, "5." Equal to the hest five cent cigar in town. You get fivo for a dim . Mr. Jerre Loopei claims to have tile best cow inl t...

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. — 30 April 1896

IN THE MOUNTAINS. A Thrilliti tend ltemarkable Story. In the fall of 1870 1 was traveling eastw ard in a stage-coaoh from Pitts burg over the mountains. My fellow travolors were two gentlemon and a lady. The oldest gentleman's ap paraLce interested me exceedingly. I in years lie seemed about 50; in air anot iannor he was calm, dignified and polished, and the contour of his features were singularly intellectual. Ie conversed freely on different topics,. until the road became more abrupt and precipitous; but, on my directing his attentiou to the great altitude of a precipice, on the verge of whloh our coach wheels were leisurely rolling, there came a marked change on his countenance. His eyes, lately filled with the light of intelligence, became I wild, restless and anxious-the mouth I twitcht d spasmodically, and the fore- I head was beaded with a cold perspira- I tion. With a sharp, convulsive shud- I der, lie turned his gaze. fromthe giddy height, and clutching my arm tightly with ...

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. — 7 May 1896

4.a ___H ]PEOPL3 SJO RA._ 1OL. 6.---NO. j6 PICKENS, S. C., THURSDAY, MAY 7, r396. ; DIAZ, THE BAPTIST MISSIONARY, WHAT 11E HAS ACCOMPLISHII) IN CUBA. Shot at in Ills Pulpit, Arrested and Jalled-iH Has Organized (ihuriiches and1 Sutnday Schools and Started Cemieteries. Ecw York Sun. Alberto J. Diaz, the Baptist nis slonary, has been drivon into the sea by Spanish troops, put in jail for preaching the gospel, his clothing torn from him by a mob and has been shot at in the pulpit. Ho has con verted 3,000pooplo in 10 years. His history is a remarkable story of mis sionary work. Ho was born near Habana 44 years ago and was one of 24 children, his mother having married at the age of 12. His father was a Habana apothe cary of some means, and $10,000 was spent on Alberto's education. 'Ile was graduated from the University of Habana in both literary and medical departments and began 1ife as a physi cian. Shortly after he was graduated the "'I on Years' War " broke out and Diaz went into 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. — 7 May 1896

iVBLISRBD XVBR AAiiou)AY. Subscription One Dollar a Yea Entered at the Post olco a t PicketSt: seconl--class umitor. ADVERT(SING RATION. oie 4lollar per teli for irst, insertioi, fif ty eits for eZah ullseI&lt, i tisortiott Liberal uliscoulut. for adivertPieitmt on an nial cotitracts. Torim cashi. Anuial con, tract,-4, payablo itarterly. No'fztvorites. Ono rico to aLl. No speo cial positiol or ipecial rates to ioreigi id vortisers. All miteic mit1t take 1110 run 0 the pap'. .a iido by mitth rates. Loecal tolices, ill locil colrn'unn, I0 cenht per line for drst, insertion ad five cents foi each subseqileat insertiot. Adviertisnenouts for couinig issite shoil( be hantled in not later tIian Momlay morn. ing. Ti'o elitor will not he respotsible for tMic VIew4 antii oiilnioils of eorrespourtents, Aul less l siOame are editorially endorsed. TIIlIRSDAY, -MAY 7, 1896. Enkforce the Lam,. Thorm aro omo very wvholosome provisions inl tho dispoisary lai that have so far escaped the atten ti...

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. — 7 May 1896

The People's Journal. LOOAL ITEIS. The best place in town to got bargains is at L. 0. Thornley's. A very fluo rain visited this sec tion last Friday night. Miss Grace McDaniol is visiting relativos and friends in Greenvillo this woek. Messrs. Bon and Ed McDaniel made a flying trip to Groonvillo last Monday. Mir. J. M. Rampoy and Mr. J. Gary vore in Piclois on businoss last Thursday. Five cigars for a dime. Equal to any five cent cigar in town at L. 0. Thornfly's. Mr. W. H. Chapman of Liberty, was circulating on the streets of Picke is Saturday. Good rains camo to the Oolenoy cou .try last week and revived the spit.is of the arners. Ex:.-l ioutonani t-Goveriior Mauli din P id Mr. Cad J. Prido, Jr.,woro in PickoIIs last Friday. Walk up and got your registra tion cortificate if you want to vote. Your old one won't do. JsT. Ligon, of Greenville, camo over last Sunday on a visit to his uncle, J. H. G. Mcl)aniel. Rev. It. F. \Vhittalcer will preach at Roanoko school houso next third Sunda...

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. — 7 May 1896

*1'ij , ..." T 'T'A I A: On. I iDMUND YEi[L. A *iihvay station in South Caro lina at a little clearing in the pino t ; a horse-power pump ; a hugo ank ton feet alove the ground ; two small houses ; a plantation road cross ing the track near the tank, these were the principal featuros of "Station 41 " in the year IS-. The place was so insignificant that it never had a name. Tio region around was known by the number. Even the circuit ridor's liarge was called "orty-one." Nearly all the engines took water at this pitceo, hence the pump was going most of the day. While the horse toiled on at his dull task, the driver, seated in the centro of the circle, played it fiddle. The grating cogwheels and the measured throb of the pump fiurished an accom pan i mont. As he worked and 11(1(110(1 o)n Sunday he was sometimes called " the wicked tank minder." "Forty-one" had religious privileges. Once a month a Methodist preacher held services in a schoolhouse, half a mile distant. In a long cherishe...

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. — 14 May 1896

r:~A.. E -)E PLF VOL 6.-N.PC ES . C, T USA , M Y j., i His. Lx l...1 KATE Mr. Sherman was in his oico look ing over the morning mail, when the door opened, and Ashton, the head clerk, looked in. "Stanley went home sick yestor lay," he said " and his folks have just sent word thatho's down with typhoid. Don't know what in the world we are going to (1o without him. Worst time in the whole year he could have taken to be off, and not another young fellow worth a picayuno in thisgid-for nothing little town." "'That all ?" asked Mr. Shor.man, with a shrug of his shoulders. " Busi ness is riatler driving, I admit, blut I hardly think the whole establish mont will have to shut down because one of the junior 'clurks is ogf duty. We shlall malnalge .somehow, Ashtonj ; wo always have. Ah--good-morn ing ! Some one elso had appeared at the opon door, a young mal of perhaps twenty-two or three, though he ))ight easily have been taken to be ten or even fifteen years older, he looked so utterly wor...

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. — 14 May 1896

T. V. noDINN ,ditor.' ThIeIrEi oplBY TJtoR8DAY. Subscription One Dollar a Year Entered at the Post Office .at Pick9ys as seoileasmatter. AI1) Vlf1-ISING RATES. oit dollair per Icli for first insertion, fif y ents for celi subsequnait 1imsortion. iberal (liscoulit for ativertisemo ntit ii al iaal contractS. 'Terms cash. Annital coi trart5 pjialulile quarterly.I Nro hV;ritils. Oli rtrit e to ail. No spe eial position or speciti rates to foreign ad vertisers. All sueli jiaiSt take thi raI of the paper and abide by sneli rates. Local kics, inl ]c'itl Co1IIn, 10 cents por linet for Iirst iisertion anid ive reuats for ealch siiibsei'i ettinIsertiotlt. Advetis i mlit' s for Coiniig i15sti sholilit be lianid ed i not, liter thi Moi.y morn 4"1he editor will niot, he responisible for the0 VieWs Itil opinions of correspontients, uI less tile same ar editoritilly endorsed. IllUlRSDAY. M1AY 1-1, 1896. THE JOURNAL has 0no editorial this wook, but its readers will find plonty to read on the situat...

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. — 14 May 1896

The People's Journal. LOCAL ITEMS. Dr. and Mrs. W. F. Austin are in town. . Money to loan-Call at P. 0 Box No. 45, Pickens, 8, C. inarl2tf The bridge on tho road botwoon Clayton Smith's and tho river over a branch needs fixing and very bad. Capt. T. J. Mauldin roturned last wook from an oxtended and delightful trip to southwest Geor gia and upper Florida. The Liberty Sub-Allianco will meet at 2:30 p. m. noxt Saturday, May 16th 1896.. All members are roquested to be present., Miss Anna ('harlos, daughter of Capt. Charles, <f Greenvillo county, was visiting relatives and acquaintances in Pickons this weok. Tho JOURNAL is publishing the list of subscribors, as they pay, an1d will tako it as a favor if any one is omitted that it ho roported to tho oditor. Rev. W. M. Hardin preached a fino sermon to large congrogations last Sunday morning and ovening at Pickons and at Bethlehem in the afternoon. Thoro was a large congregation at Mt. Carmel churchl last Sun day. Comm tn ion services we...

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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