ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: People's Journal, The Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 1,755 items from People's Journal, The, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
1,755 results
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 14 May 1896

Tilinan Pitchforks Hill, HILL ATIMPIS TO ANSW[R HIM. John Shermal Treats the South Car ollmi Setllor With Silut. Con fem1 penstimonal Debate in the senaute. ,Nl3y D)a3' witlnesscJ a debate in the Lnited States SenatO of a dramatic and sensational character. recalling the famou$ Iugalls-'Voorhees contest of somo yeairs ago. Senator Tillman of South Carolina again brought his unique personality into the debate, his speech being the tirst of any length since his Immora blo maiden speech attacking public olticials high and low. Whille he was speiking, the silver pitchfork recently preseIted to him in the West was conspicuously displayed oi his scarf. The Senator used the blunt words characteristic of his utterances, art raigning the President and Cabinet officers with uinspairing criticism and ersoial invective. lie also addressed himself persolaly to Mi. 1 ill and Mr. Sherinan, Und dreow from the former several l1har-p rcjoinder.. while Mir. Sh..,rmnan deClineo to be brouight Into coit...

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. — 21 May 1896

L R a-, - a~ Y_6-N PE O PE S. C.NSA L A A VOL. 61-NO 8, PICKEiNS, S. C., THURSD)AY, MAY .21, 19.OEDLA E BREATHED THE SMOKE OF BATLE. A NOTA Il1iM WOMANOF TIlE CIVIL CONlLICT. 'The Sister of Gen. John Morgan and (he Will of Gon. A. P. 11111. Few American women have had their lives so crowded'with dramatic 'ncidentsq as Mris. Alexander For-sytho, of Chicago, sister of Gen. .iohn Mor gan, whose daring raid made him con spicuous on two continents. For fou' years Mrs. Forsythe lived under the smoko of the cannon, being a soldier's wife who went through the entire war with her husband. Thrice wedded and thrico widowed, twiceo the mother of at posthumous child and again on the last day of the war left desolate with a tiny babe In her arms, her experInOlICE as wife and mother, bays the Ghicago News, is almost un precedented. After the death of her first husband, Calvin leClung, she married Gen. A. P. Hill, one of the most distinguished genoraLs in the Confederate army, a man wio-sc name was...

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. — 21 May 1896

T. . OD NSON l'ditor. S uSRLISKED RVERY THURSDAY Subscriptiont One Dollar a Year E'ntoered at the Post OfficO at Pickens as tecomi-class matter. * 4 ADVERTISING RATES. Oe dollar per inclh for first Ii.sortion, fir tv vents for eall sutequient. insert)ion. Liberal distount for advert.isemtIents on on pual contracts. Terms enah. Annial con tracts payable quarterly. No lavorites. One price to all. No spe cial position or special ratos to foreign aid vertisers. All suich must. take tho run of the paper anti abide by sech rates. Local notices, in local coliituuui, 10 celts per line for first inisertion and five cents for each sbseqitent insertionl. Advertisemtients for comfing issue shonihl be hanuileld in not later thtt Mouiay mori 1lag. 'ho c r will not, he responsible for thi views afl opinions of correspomileits, liII less the smitne are editorially emlorsed. Till TRISDAY, MAY 21, 189c. Charleston is agitating at guber pea oil mill. Groors is going to build a cotton 8ed oil mill. The...

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. — 21 May 1896

The People's Joenal. LOCAL ITEIS. Mrs. Dr. Robinson, of Liberty, is visiting her son, C. E. Robin son. Mr. Frank Farmer in the noigh borhood of Dr. Field's has a cow that has seven teats. .Mr. Banister and Mr. J. F. Wil liams, of the Norris Cotton Mills were in town last Sunday. Andrew J. Curoton, and his brother ,of Greenville, nepliews of Dr. J. D. Curoton,. of Pickens,wore visiting here last week. The hot sun and dry winds is doing the gardens up with a twist. Unless rains cone soon the early vegetables will not be in it. The Easloy Township Singing Association will moot at Mt. Car mel on the 5th Sunday in May at 10 a. im. S. M. Cox, Prosident. Married at Hickory Flat, May 10th, 1896, by J. A. Mullinax N. P., Mr. W. A. Gillespio to Miss Ola Mullinax. All of Anderson. county. The Lord's Supper was obsorv ed in the Baptist church hero last Sunday. At tho night servico two mnom ore woro received into the church. The candidatos still continue to bloom. Several new ones appear in this...

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. — 21 May 1896

y" ove s Grea Ny brother Hugh and I woro twins, an'd loived each othber with a fervor thati -t ew in intensity as we advanced in v.' rz; Perllaps the Peouliar aflec titln w hich is sald to exist between v wInl, was strOnig In us. Our home, at I ittle 'ottago of row.ugh hewn stoe. w"s sitlated in one of the vild but. beautiful vales that lies nort,h of Blati. WeO played togetther, Hugh and I ei limbedt the rocky hills togethor boated on the .tiny lakelot together, anId, when we were old enough, tramped over the hille to school to get her. We were Inselarable. The danvers of one were the dangers of Ie other ; his sorrows were mine, and ly joy4 wiero his. So our lives palsed in Cimple, childlike happiness, until WO wro IS, when a thing happened I bat trained th .reng t.h even of our love to its verel utmost tension. We would either of us havo willingly aenm cheerfully died for her- -the girl we loved : but we would also, if there had been need, as cierfully and wil'. ingl.: died for Ca...

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. — 28 May 1896

41 - 9 THE PEOPLE' SJUNL VOL. 6.--- NO. ig PIKNS . C., TFH.URSDAY, MA7Y 28 6 ON DLARAYER A Senatorial Spat. Ai Exciiig Scene Between Tillman and Irby, Tillman leatds (he Chicago Delega (iou-No Instrictions as (o Bolting -Lo, (ofResolutiois ant111 Plonty of Talk--Recess Till Sep ember Ist.. If the Chicago convention does not declare for free silver and nominato a straight, unadulterated free silver candidate, then the South Cacolina delegation will withdraw. No resolu tion to that effect was passed, but that was a ,yard stick by which every can didate was measured and unless he camne up to the 'requirements ho couldn't go. The con 0tion' work was rathe'r slow and dI unt the night session, when there was a most lively and in teresting debato between Senators Tillman and Irby and a speech by Governor Evans and a little tilt bu tween Sonator I rby. Senator Irby rapped the convention to order at 12:15 o'clock and announced that nominations for teml)orLry chair man was in order. Mr. McSwe...

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. — 28 May 1896

The People's Journal T. C. RtOBINSON, EdMitor. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. T11111)A Y, 'MA Y 28, 1896. cratic St tOt ov;'1 < olic' was ud m (ohunhi te 114201th inst. havo cloared the politiclI at mnos pioro of considerable douht and -rtC ainuty. \b y apparc t dif dc , " 0,1ti ho'd. Which c.-.wl Y shiowi.ed the, ability t.( meet the Issues and decido them in the propor way. Tho most ram pant critics have little grounds up. on which to base an objection. It Was, of course, a disappointmOnt to some to observe the strength and solidity of tho Reform faction, and it was a surprise to a few to seR the rospect aid confidence, which the representativos fresh from the people hold for Sonator Tillnui. Ile continues to grow in popular favor, and even his en emies aro forced to respect his sterling qualities of character and the brilliancy and power of his mind. It was (h- mistako of Senator I.rhy's life, wheni Ie conceCived the idea of supplanting Senator Till man ill the gomol will and coifi...

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. — 28 May 1896

The People's Journal LOCAL ITENIs. Money to loan-Call at P. C Box No. 45, Pickens, 8, C. marl2tf Harris wan'ts. 10,000 pounds of beeswax. Read what he has to say this wook, Partial showers are reported to have fallen on headwaters of Crow Crook last of last week. Died, on Friday, May 21st, an infant child of William Rackley, from effocts of whooping cough. The Gospol 'oiporanco Union, which organizedhore last weekwill meet, in thor Methodist church Wednesday evoning at 8:30. The Easley Township Singing Association will meet at Mt. Car mol on the 5th Sunday in May at 10 a. In. S. M. Cox, President. There was a rost delightful pic n'c near the rosidenco of Mr. Jas. Earlo last Friday night given by the young people of Pickens and vicinity Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Robinson, of Easloy, S. C., are the guests of Col. J. Hagood, of the United States Court, at his residence, i.aidon Lane.-Charleston Daily Sun. Henry Millor, a son of Irvin Miller, who has hoon in Sherman, Texas, for some time, was ...

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. — 28 May 1896

South Carolina in the 'Rcvolutloo, EXPLOITS OF PATRIOTS IN THE PIEDMONT REGION. The Hlistorleal Skotelh Whioll Won a Gold Medal---Entertaining Review of* 1 he Country aJ'i-tho People. lowing as the prize essay writton byMi ry Karlo Lyles, daughter of Mr. Wm. H. Lyles, of Columbia, which* captured for the fair author the beautiful gold medal of fored by the Columbia chapter of the Dalgltters of ite Revolution for the best h istorlctal sketch proeonted : Upper South Carolina "embraced," says Logan, "in the modern Districts of Abbeville, Anderson, Edgelield, Greenville, Pickens, Nowberry, I .aur ens, Union, Spartanburg, Fairleld, Chester, Lancastor, York and Rich land, is the classic ground of the American Revolution." That it was a country of surpassing beauty and fertility is abundantly shown by the testimony of ite writ ers of that period. Lord Cornwallis said of Fairileld, a typical country : " I can conceive of no fairer region, taking into consideration its fertile soil, mild cli...

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. — 4 June 1896

V6THE PEOPLE' S JOELL A Y VOL . 20 P~ICKEiNS, S. C.9 THIURSD)AY, JUNE ? 19.OEDLA ER SWEPT BY STORM AND FLAME. A TI'IiUt1nilbE DISASTEt IN S'1 LOUIS. Struck by a Tornado. of' Unusual Severity--One Thousaid 'ersons Killedt aid Wounded--Millions of Property Destroyed. One of the phenomenal disasters of the century took place at St. Louis on the 27th inst., resulting in the death of sevral hundred ptopil and the de struction of untold millions of property. The following is the first acc'>untof the terrible storm, which was sent out from Chicago, as the wires were down in St. Louis, and the usual lines of commluunication were cut off soon after the tornado struck the city : One of the greaktst (lisastors of re cent years overwhelmed the city of St. Louis on Wedncsday night in the shape of a cyclone, which began shortly after 5 o'clock, and for thirty Ininutes toro its awful way through the city, with a velocity of over eighty miles an hour. Although reports sent out fron there were ve...

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. — 4 June 1896

'Ih People's Journal T. (. R OBINSON,.Editor. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. TI'URS)AY, JUN f4, 1890. I*ICNIC AND POLITICS. On Saturday it was th good fortune of the JouIAL editor to Attend a picnic at Campohello in Spartanhurg county. On his arri val hIi' saw many friends Of his more youtlfiul (lays and a few of his comrades inl the recont wair for the sucess and firm establishment of tie Reforli miiovelent ill South Carolimn. Aimiong the hitter waus the invinciblo fld inimitable T. iarrv Gant, editor of the Pied m11on1tI tlal I igh t, wi ich hy' tho way is not a misnomer, for it's light 11d influ1e1nce iS shed througlioit! the vhb(. region its Iame sug gosts. It. seemed I des(cration of t1( plrpos' anid prospects of the oe casionl to p1)Ipolse S)Oecs from I 1 lie canldidaItes who happened to b1v prosn, tbut the irrepressiIl Hleadlilgb( .ditor has his way and o0011 had a programii arrIai ged. A 'wagoln IIIder a Iagiflicen1t oak wi's first. proposed ias a1 suitable platform uponl whleh t...

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. — 4 June 1896

The People's Journal. - EOCAL ITEMS. Mr. L .D. Stephens has 'treated himself to a now buggy. It is a "daisy." Honior Richoy was the lucky individual who carried off that fino clock last week. Rev. L. T. Weldon, of Liberty, was in Pickens Monday, shaking hands with his numerous friends. Lost a halter rein between par sonago and Holder shoals on Town creek. Findor will pleaso send it to Rev. W. M. Harden. Prof. W. H. Steele has returned houm from Elgin, Ga., where he has boon teaching a flourishing school which has vacated for a short time. Rev. C. L. Craig was seen on our streets Monday. He has recently returned from Greenville, where ho has been attenlding school at Furman University. Miss Abbio Ellison, of Ander son county, is visiting her sister, Mrs. James Bowon, of this coun ty. She made a pleasant call oin the family of W. L. Jenkins last Sunday. Capt. -1. C. Grady has a water melon patch that knocks all others in the shado. We will make an effort to remember this and as the me...

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. — 4 June 1896

CITY AND. COUNTRY. I'dl ruthlav MVOut hlere aiong the trees, IVithi t le singin' l'irds and tle bi m1'' bees, A-knowil' that I Canl do as I please, Than io live what. folks enl a lift' of ease, l'p thar in the ity'. For I really don't 'xactly nll derstaitn' Where the (omlifort is fer any muan In walkin' hot bricks al' usin' a fan, Al' in enjoyin' himself as le says he can, U t.har in the city. It's kinjder lonesolie., muebbe yo u'll sav, A-livin' otit here day after 1in this kinder easyi, ereless , y lut an hotir out. here is bet-telr ' a day Ip thalr in the city. As fur that, ius' look at the ltlowers lroll U', A.peepin' th ir lia'as up1) all over the All' tilt' fruit :i- heildin' tile t 'ees way dowi. You doll't lin suielh tllings as tihese in lowln, ( I 'l tilel in tie city. As I Siiii af'ore, Such thinigs a' Ies th s, The flowe s. the birds, an' the ln'i' ' Ani' livin' out i heea n the i t t ' treI s, \\here you can taet your iase andtllo as you i please. Mank s it n (lt vit v. ...

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. — 11 June 1896

Ir-i .f.-OI,,E . VOL -N(.). 218 PICKENS, S. C., TMURSDAY, JUNE i, 896.N IL IURY U IHE SIUL[N BONDS. AN IN I1'EMESTING (ASI IN COURT, The Batik ol' le 8lat Mi Wits 111ding Out an11d the Yankees Captured a Lot of Bonds. The mombers of the Supromo Court and thie Circuit Judges in conferenc have recently heard the colubrated caso brought by Samuel Lord, receiver, for the recovery of $60,000 In bonds which were lost under peculiar circuin stances just at the close of the war, and which the Legislature refused to pay last wiiter. Gen. Edward Mc Crady is one of the counsel for Mr. Lord, and h: has obtained an interest ing accout of the discovery and hand ling of the stolen bonds fi om the Fed oral ollicer who was in charge of the squad which captured the assets of the bank. The story is as follows: Camp Crook, S. 1) , April 21, 1896. Edward MeGrady, Charleston, S. C. -Dear Sir: Your comi unication of dato Fe'nbruary 1.1, accompanied by me morial to the Legislatue i of the State of South Ca...

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. — 11 June 1896

''he .eople's Journal T. (. R1OBINSON, Editor. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. Subscription One Dollar a Year Entered It ite Post Ofilco it Pickens as set-onal-elaiss nmatter. AiERTISING RATES. Onte dlollic per inli for first insertion, fif ty v eit.i for eamli stbseritent itisertion. ,iheral discolit f(or aItvert istcientei oil in tit colitrats'. TeriliS (lsil. Ann1lual Col tracts, panthles 4tiln erly. No f:v;rite. oie price to a1ll. No spe cial >osit imion c t'liial rate to foreign ail vertsers. All smteli iutist, take tle run of the pap~ier id abide by sueli rates. Loca l iotives, ill lovcal colnilnt, 10 celits per lite for first, insertio ln d Ive veits for eael lssejtient insertion. Advei-tiseinents for cominig isstte sliotild be liniel in not later tlian Monlay inorn lng. 'h10 elitor will li he resli npsiibhl for the views a111d opin ions of correslitletits, an less the saime aie edit rially v eitorsedl. TI'll'UIII)A Y,* JU:NE 11, 1800t. wTvrTE CAMPA'Ai. The State Executive Comii...

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. — 11 June 1896

The People's Journal. LOOAL ITEMS. W. A. Hamilton, of Easley Township, was in town Monday on businsss. Col. J. E. Hagood and daughter, Miss Fannie, visited tho faiily of J. MoD. Bruco this week. Mrs. A. R. N. Folger, of Gaff ney, is visiting at the residence of Judge and Mrs. J. B. Newbory. Larry Thornley, Ben Griflin and Homer A. Richey loft Tuesday on a fishing trip up on the' Koowee. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Whito and little son, of Anderson, are visitiig Capt. and Mrs. J. L. Thornloy this week. Mr. Jas. P. Lewis has been om ployed to fill the vacancy, as fore man of the Clemson farm, niade vacant by the death of Mr. W. D. James. Mrs. E. A. Garlington, of Wash ington, D C., has cen visiting the families of Capt. E. B. Fuller, of Clemson, and Col. R. V. Simpson, of Pendleton. There was a good attendance at Enon last Sunday, the occasion being the meeting of tho Liberty singing association. A very pleas ant day was spent by those pres ont. Tho voters of school district, No. 14, (Mauldin,...

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. — 11 June 1896

PIAS SED OVER THE PRESIDENT'S YE] THE ItiVEIl AND HIARiIOR BIiL AIAa RIGiT. A Comnplete Aniswver ito Cleveland EItraord Inary'll Ch11ages-A Stro:1 IIiesenati n t or4) i eI I loe Facts. The report of tite Com)lmittee c riversn and harbors, recomi1ending tL passage of the river and harbor bil the. objection.s of the I 'rsIde nt I the conltray notwithstanding3." wi resented by Mr. lJooker, Repuiblicar of New York, chairainlJ), and roa The report states that of the .117 item of appropriatifons contatined in the bi all except twnty-seven Iare, for pr jects coitained in bills which hav lieretoforo become laws, and whiel have been for years in process of Conl structioni by the governmtilentitt. No nev projects Were added to the bill of Is1l It will thus 1he se.n the report statet that the pri ncipal work of L,1h comin it tee has becni the ivestigation and ex it)nination of lil provemtCet Ls to whllitI Congress has repeatedly coliittet it.eIf. The river and uta ibor hill o 1m9 appropriated ...

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. — 18 June 1896

TrHE PEOPLE'SF JORA. VOL. 6"-NO. 22 -KY JUNE i, AORE VOL. 6.---N0. 22 ~~~PICKENS, S. C., T HURSDAY, U 8 -OEDLA ER Till@n's Bond Deal. AL.EGED HISTORY Of THE SOUTH CARO LINA REFUNDING. SPECII"IC CHARG'S AGA INST SENATOR TILILM AN, GOVEItNOIl EVANS AND STATE' TRIEASUlE1l BATES. BAr1moE, June 3.-Senator Till man of South Carolina has been very free with his criticisms of the national administration for its manner of con ducting bond operations, and in the recklessnrss of his rhetorical frenzy has not hesitated to imputo improper motives to the President and Secro tary Carlisle. In view of these facts a little history of one of his own bond deals is I'structive' and interesting. A bout $5,250,00 I of South Carolina 6 per Cent, bonds fell duo July 1, 1893. Tillman was Governer of the State then-. John Gary vhaius, the Senator's closest political ajnl personal friend, and said to be sh.tecd as his colleague In the Sonate, was administration lead er in the Legislature, and Dr. Bates was St...

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. — 18 June 1896

'lie P01ples J oiri rm 1. 1. itOIIINSON, E litor. PUBLIS-E D iRY THURSDAY. Subscription Onle Dollar a Yeal n'ttereil at t~lt Pot.t oflive at Pickens4 a1 lecond-elas~s natter. AnV .TISI RA E O ltp (1olhar ,er inel for itirst ilsertiol, fif. ty cents for <'a0' s- 41,ver t in e olart-on Liberal l d iscounit fo r )It i t 11u11al cotstract.. ,1em ah tracts, lniyable g 111t -I a -No favorites. 01>0 11,1'e NoI pe eial posiotil A l s tiev in tike 1 t ho ri t io t i ro AIt 1el 1111d abide i sm'-l rat -tt. JA Wa r notie s, in lo a :1 t 11 111 , 14o cents per line for first, inst41 n yi cents for 1. r(I iQtt l,4 ettt1 ttSi i s 2 2rt i tL1. ho itand i Wno later 11,1 ha .1tna m irn I eilItoi- n-il nit ei Ili . p22 ibl fiulr the vlows and i nin 4) . 1P1 ' il less till s tl tin alr eli riat llv (i tI'1(1 l. SA'IIUIISI) NY's UI s ; I.q 32 :.1 * :11:. T. 1)oe2ll W 11111 isiu-1 v ' J and ' tractiveness,4 thl- swNot erl <rnu atos being' choorli d 1"y H,. '. ful int lb l'" Vh.. 2 -d .ctu I p w...

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. — 18 June 1896

The People's Journal. LOCAL ITEMYIS. The very articles for picnic par tios. They are fino. 1tead-< Hentz's Sweet Picklos. Hontz's Sour Pickelos. Hentz's Mixed Pickles. Hentz's Colory Sauco. Hontz's Spanish Olives All kinds of canno( goods at 1,. C. Thornloy's. 1B. A. Hagood and)( bridle ar in Pickei Saturday ovoning. Dr. W. F- Austin will be in Cen tral on the 23d and 24t h inst. Dr. J. R. Riley will preach at Oolenoy church on tho 3d Sabbath of June at 11 a. m. P. E. Alexandor, of Atlanta, is in Pickens on a visit to his mother and othor relatives. H. B. Hendricks is in St. Louis this woek taking in tho National Republican Convention. John T. iigon, jr., and sistol', Janie, of GIronville, are visiting their uncle, Shoriff McDaniol, this Week. Miss Stolla Newborry is, wo aro pleased to chronicle, steadily im proving from hor recent very sori otis illness. Fino grate(l pineapples for mak ing ico croam, sherbert, &c, at, L. C, Thornloy's. Picnic pirties will do wall to call on ...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
x
Loading...
x
x