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. — 18 June 1896

BILL ARP IN THE GARDEN lie is Suceossniel ink R"atFiing Flino Veu etables-A Good i'armner Will IHav it Good Gardenl. " lato cannot haruii mne0-I ha'.v diid to-lay.' That, is tle way W feel just after dinlrl', especially if wt have earned it-worked! for it, hoAl. ando wanltedti it. 13tit I have hear-d folki say they were nover hungry and not even the odor of cucumbers and oniom in tho dining room1 would excite thol appetite. I have heard others say they had the appetito, out were afraid to Indulgo it becalso of indigestion Such folks arO to h pitied. ihey have IM' sYmPatIY. 11utt I sinerely believe imht, work or physical exercise is at reliedy for both. I si)poSe tilat Shakespeatre suffered in this way, for he saVs, " Now, let ( igestion wait oil appetite and health on both." Certain it is Ii., dea1th was sudden an(1 )remia. ture. 1o lie lived only lifty3- eyeairs. Milto) uinderstood this trouble, too, for hei ses that Adam's sleep was sweet, being' bred f roni pure digestion. That' ...

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. — 25 June 1896

/P E-4P . F4s Tl .-N.2)PICKENS, S. C., THU RSI)AY, JUNE 2.) 1896.OEDLA, hR ;WS* National Republican McKinley and Hobari Are th< Nominees. TIe 11d Si lt<ard IN Adopted aud thie Silveritem H1olt tile Convrerl tion. The National IRepublican Conven tion mect in St. Louis on Tuesdaay, lI(th inst., and adjourned on Thursday night. Its work was quickly done, as it wits a foregol conclusion that Mc Kinley would be nomiiated for P'resi dent and the golu standard be made a conspicuous featirae of the plat form. Senator Thurston, of Nebraska, wais mado permanent chairman. Tihe pre iminary work on Tiuesday did not 'am1ount to much, and onl Wedne-day the platform was being framcd. The gold standard was eiphlutically en 'dorsed, and a stirong tarilY and pro tection plank was inserted. The plat form is essentially tIpubican, with (lit dodgi:ng or (equivocationl, and re )res'Ints the 'lasterni and Middle States beyond question. The bolting of the silver-ites under the 1end( of Senator Teller ...

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. — 25 June 1896

Tie People's JTournl 'l TnAIAGU INSON, Ei r PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. SubscriptionOne'Iollar a Yea Enltereil At thlt 1)').st Olige at. M '. wn j3,coId-vchss miatter. ji I 4444 (tel. A I)EIII'II-( i[A'IG. t 1* i('i414 ('i ht' for 4tit irt li in eti' tt, 44if4 Ot te Aollr1 1 nt insert in. Iv hei' s fri* . I, 1 I - Liheral 4istoi t il i J.I4 nua elontracvt.S11 t-ra , . t, . N N io ' No faIvorite - rte t fore.4ign ;d claf.Po4s "" list w -11'w - o v1rtisers. A I th de by h it'e. Lhe o alier in , i4 ., , n , ent pe -.1 i .I ue t i iv vcents hilr perlvlertill lit d r il t' C"l, s "'14 . I.I W ill4 I*~ I- It. 4 . 1-41 1 , 04. f44il- I b VIew s a m1141 t i n 44io f 4 .i i lt less filh- Sa: 11 -v v 4iirit TA I l'b ). Y, ,1 4 N '' 2- . 1 ' - Iii. It' 4 .1''~ ti 111'' ' e'' i44't444'4 iit 144 , -11 II" dt : I bill 111:11ti.,nel 4.vch lit t lwr , I., - In' n l ird il ' n' 1 O In IVl 'n d n i"thav 0 <111, u Iho bI the4 11\ 4 (.t l V publict. 1(1 1 the4hipu1i I 4'nt'l4 14nin' 44 1thro - durin4 ...

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. — 25 June 1896

The .People's Journal. LOCAL ITEIS. Rev. Thomas Loopor, of Clomont, has a cow with eight teats. ot, Esq., of Greenville, Pickens this wook. a Newbory is ii)rov r recont serious illness. Miss Nothia Ambler, of Ambler, is visiting Miss Corrio Bruco, this week. Mr. W. A. Mauldin, of Easley, was in Pickens on businoss last Monday. Messrs. Wado and' Will Ligon, of Greenville, wero in Pickons last Sunday. &iss Eliza Mauldin, of near Easloy, is visiting friends in town this wook. Capt. J. HI. Bowon and J. Frank Alexander has a co-terraco 1011 stops long. Bowon Freeman in the Maynard noighborhood had cotton bloomiS on the 12th inst. Misses Eliza and Mollio Arinil, of near Easley, visi ted M iss Mattio Hostor last wook. Dr. F. S. Pottor and family, vis ited rolatives near Westminster, Oconee county, last w'.ook. Wo havo on our desk, a cot ton bloom from G. T. Millor, colored, which was gathered on the 18thI inst. Capt. I. M. Mauldin aceompa niod by cadot - Peges, of Clm son collogo, spen...

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. — 25 June 1896

DEACON H( 'I'lle )2istor at GIoShel Corners had prl'ehed at clo4.e, praticail serion oil the ins tit do so easily besot its. ;ile* 'i-et 'l'witchell and l3eacon I lonliln cLmeW4 out. Of t1.he1 meeting house -tall st.ar41 oil their loiidward way to 4,411111. Int l I 'ueter's cano went down 1l(poll the stony road w ith ' strong emii phaiis, as lie begatt : "Tull ye now, that was a powerful sar'hin' discourse Brothber Jonks give us this miiornIlin' -ehl, deacon ?" " Wall, tollerbly so, to somo folks, I expect, butl he didn't bear down on S0111 pinits as he'd orter, and left out a good ( many as had ort'er beet fetched ii. I"' I'd been prlaclin' Oil that air subjiek, with Squair Bowle's a-settin' right afore m1e, I should 'a' beon moved to say suthin' about drinkin' and takin' oulawful intrust, but ministers Is nothin' but air'thin vessels, the bost on 'em, and a big pow rent hides a good many besetmonts." "Sho, now, doacon, I wouldn't say that of I was you-don't appear to sound like 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. — 2 July 1896

- c4 . ke - THEPEOPLE'SJORA. VOL 6.--NO.24 .PICKENS, S. C., THURSDAY, JULY 2, 896. -D-A man And Treasurer Bates were forced to lea've Now York without a bidder for the bonds. 1, as well as evory other Rformer, felt a deep interest in th( Success of Governor Tillman in this undertaking, especlaJly as i~t has been charged by his enemies that he was incompeteyt to deatl with the question and that in consequence of his failure the cred it of the Stat6 would be ruined. ventured to suggest to Governor Tillman the advilpability of employing a .brokor who was familiar with such trapsactions and w ho was not an enemy of his administration. He agreed with me and stated that he had given i New York broker an option on the bonds which would expire in a few days. I do not know a broker in the Statow ho was not thcn an ene my of the State administration and who would not gladly have seen Governor Till man fall in his efforts. I had lived in Augusta for several year3 and knew Mr. Ihind to be a rel...

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 July 1896

The People's Jour'nal. 'T. C. ROlilNSON, EAlitor. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. Subscription One Dollar a Year Eltered at the l'ost Oflice at. Pickens as seconalit..chts nu851 ittecr. A) IVE ElTISI N(4. It A TFN,. Oie t r414' per inch fir t init Iserton, fit t v cents for t:-li siihsilient iiisertion. I Iib3'. I likseoi 3uit fillr M331 l 't iSit- VIentS ) oi an ital 4o niltr Iacts. Teu s rasi . A11111 col travets. p1:1yable (1purrter-ly.I No fratlities. One priice to all. No spe cial ju.ition 4 s'-.ial rates to foreigl ad. vertisels. A l sn'i st. 3ake the if lieI iiiiat 111 1 1A. liv s e fite(. -- lo the p1:kiper :1111 ;ihide! by 4141 te I rateUS. Local noti les, il1 locail coltlit , 1o cents per line f11r lir- inSer-tioti a1 u( five cents for each subl'-,equent1 inem-.ionl. \ti r n' -n i l lr -til ig imstue slolld hi la;1nbl'' I in n111t ller t1an0, NjoilaI y m111-orn. ii 14'. Ti felita4 . will 134 he respolnsiloei o for the views a11141 t.pin ins 40f orrespllltaentis, lilt le'ss the s...

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 July 1896

The People's Journal. LOCAL ITEMS. Arthur, Porter lost an infant from whooping cough last iveek. W. A. Palmer, formerly of Pickens, but now of Greenville, was in town last Tuesday. Rev. J. M. Stewart had a good congregation at Enon last Sab bath which listened to one of his best sermons. There will be a grand Sunday school celebration at Tabor next Saturday, commencing at 10 a. in. Everybody invited. Jas. O'Dell and Riley Ellen burg, of the Bevemly neighborhood were in Pickois Saturday and made us a substantial call. D. C. Alexander, at Meet, grab bled in his8 sweet Potato patch on the 28th ult., and found plenty of them, one weighing one pound. Hon. W. P. Widoman, of Abbe villo county, comes bof -re our peo ple this week as a candidate for Congress from the third congress ional district. Mr. J. E. Stansell (Dul) died at his home on Big Eastatoe Tuesday afternoon and buried Wednesday at Nimmons. The deceased was about 26 years of ago. We are in receipt of a kind in vitation to atten...

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 July 1896

UO~f AM ~lfcks [YfOs. BOND DJFAL- AND THE DISPENSARY. 1i KmANS AND Itili)li MA RKlI A 4UNI'LAIT A-NI t)l)lG ''liI' N14illS Nhr..1. T. Duncant was the iextseak)Ca lie tuia heen to Charleston the Iglt previolus and)(1 it wits generally o11rited that he itio back load(Ied th information about, bond deals and thler thiings. NI r. D)uncan mn opening, gged ani attentive hearing because e woulI tell soimle things that would emi( attentioi from the people of uth Garoltina. lie kaid he was a rmer, hut ha-id studied law. lie had tereid the race from a sense of duty. nfortai uiately tr UI-5o Years ago he ivas ainst i- e. It was my and your Isfortune that h was niot elected 0%er)o'. i iw- et% U to thbe I egislit re a Jhnil Gary E.vanls m1ran, but with iere le nlow rg ret-ted his action. If do nothing else except, make Gover r 10Mans clear his record, I will have ne him andul tihe State a service. It ani entire mistake as to a ring or mbination. There never was a time hen the State ollicials act...

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 July 1896

H TR~ L.HEPKE'S JOURN NL VOL. 6.---NO. 25 IlCKEiNS, S. C., TRURSDNY, UL 9 1 9.*OEDLA IR THE CAMPAIGN CONTINUES. NOTIllNG VI ftY NI41W IIAPPENING. 'Tie loeeting at Monck's Cor'ei1r Som1e Suggestions 11oin SCenaor O iltarrisonI--jietihmourg anm( Watts Still at it. The " Berkeley Hravcs," to the number of 400, who attended the cam paign meeting at Monck's Corner, wore very demonstrative. They gave c.very spaker a fair hearing, but by the questions asked and the sido re marks made it) one could have the slightest doubt Us to whero the stood. 1 Two now candidates appeared at this meeting, Congressr.am Stokes and Col. T. W. Stanland, who is to ol)poso him. A heavy rain prevented them from making their addresses, they being reserved for. the last. Superintendent of Education May fild was the first speaker. Hespoko of .the promiso made by the Rfor n party six years agto to the )Ople that' they would be given the opportunity 8 of voting for the nomination of every ollicir who should present ...

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 July 1896

Th11. A. EdiOr avditog. ored t ho ~': n of N at1 a pJ p,> ii Tor I~ Ii N~t A I Ia c (zs i t was I nI eecs ary. In I ho ruIle of t in, I )r ty tv e him114 tIll o lot ill M 111n'1 (te! n uh. On is arrimval in k- un i 4n111 ' h,2 s ult., I - t ud " hIon"' (o f-('''0"0 ~ fm-)* talking" thw A.\h ile Coast Lil for hitning. He won( 1up to d1' Jonei 1 de, the mg cca of referin politician, anil found -I crowd ofe s tk ?rs and flhE ' r " %Ni 'I t " llI heailers aind evnnp fo(llowerls, reon dy for the first lilt at ing. There wvas in ominus and my s. terious !zilenco on the ujeto what wa s going to be done atMn nn.Erybody hald hlisolpini, n ll11ll iE'vorlt I O S 0* l fand kpt it to hi iself. nl'reo was "a lot, of, cautious and Suspicious pool iticianis, .nd il 1h. da t, judg m nth11 111 I uia': d to l o hand. t - h v < 1)' . 1t Itro he:n mIWO 1 l1m1 l",kin I 'nd 11guar the Co lllillill ' : 'On1I) 11 H I'. 1lieli Ih- I':I il r-i.,i ll I I I en I I uponl ll - I ' Ill I i ill' for. tIb-l. 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. — 9 July 1896

The People's Journal. LOCAL ITEMS. Dr. Randolph Dupriest, of Gal loway, N. C. was in Pickens Tues Aay. Mail carrier, J. W. Adcox, has moved into the old Leslie houso, now owned by W. T. Moars. Hon. A. C. Latimer was in Pick ens last Thursday shaking hands with his many friends and admir ors. Irvin Miller, living on the R. A. Bowen place, near Pickons,says he ato waterinelon on the lt inst., raised.by himself. There was more than enough 'watormelons in town Saturday last to supply the demand. Thoy wore raisod in Pickens county too. Gordon Langston, of Wallialil, was in Pickens last week visiting his brother, John T. Langst-on,aInd other relatives and acquain tiancos. Mrs. M. K. McNeil, and (aulighi tor, Miss Clara McNeil, of Perry Avonue, Grenvillo, S. C., Ir() so journing for tho sumilmer at tho Ambler House. Waddie McFall and wife, of Winston, N. C., paid a visit to Pickens the latter part of last wAek and wore guests of Mr. aid Mrs. C. E. Robinson. 11. F. Farmer's wifo was thrown ...

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. — 9 July 1896

I ltve wats ia iow i Iv wu il ho bumdat wvatys biret tihe ieputitition of trrant I oar1d.( ice v %'.' si- ci le he hiad craw led OVer1 tlo :.ide of hhi, dugout eraddle to wallow along with the indet'root worid ,-it on t ie sattnd hefore his parents' Vai n tor:0)'. Thogihli conitry born and brt'ed, a massing Lbt I11 hunerstorm, struck himl) with teror, and the sight of the black waters of the "critck " caused a rkbit)le it itation or his kneos. lie wats a vowialrd, pulre and simplO. The bri4l ing of cool routed in uni con(litiolilly lind i detei mined 'possum cold roh the hen roost be-3fore his very face. I ndoed, D )avO V as a coward, and Iis (ousiln Sue Spivoy, laughed up r nOriouisly w heni the poorP follow perpe trIted his initial and only act of boast ing. lie had said to her one day very ,oIflevny and no doubt sincerely : taToe purtee yo' ionalh it' happiness I 'ud th'ow away my wutthless life." 4 itedilnarily Dave's speech was unpol i hed and plovinciai, biut OIl tils occa .io...

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 July 1896

__ HE PEOPLE'SJORNAL VOL. .6.---NO. 26 PICK ENS, S. C., T'URSIAY, JULY 16, i&6 OblE DOLLAR A TEAR. Silver Men in Control. THE NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION. SENA'TOl DANIEL THIE TILMPO IRARY CHAIRMAN. An Bloquent Adtdress froa the Great Virginian-The Tarifr and Currency Issues. The opening tight in the National D)iocratle Convention upon the ton pot-ary chairman resulted In Ia completo victory for the Silver men. Sonator Daniel, of Virgina, was olected over Senator David 13. Hill, of New York, byi a vote of 5.51; to :Ii'. The aIlI)nnoulnce ment of the vote wias received with great denc'stration. of applause. Senator Joncs, of Arkansas, it. I'. Keating, of Nevada, and Selnltor \Vhite Were appointd to escort Sena tor Daniel to the platform. As the comii jttee appearle(l on the platfom witl the Virginia Senttor the demonstrations of the silver men1 wore renewed. Senator Dauiol having the appelarlce of an old-tioi states man, smooth face, long hir and wear ing the conventional froc...

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 July 1896

The People s Journal. * i'3t.: o3.Uy RgA 11 P.IN-. geI 114s.I Ili I'lal .y 1 1 'e s y I I it'4'S '111114 - * - at '4' '41il1 A iy 114 - tal n f 441 1.111 fi ew40 '4. : p141 sN y I. e-l t -t' E a11 iuiii''E'e aa 1 *4414I (nallimonr4 ' Stil.) I n icu sin the establis hmiIt of d .1 row m mom 1)11I I 'i Io a s tetob I at. ( u ' btok 1)N O t 1 ' (1rn I'Nilway, Mr. 1k. Curzon loff 1al, ''l1nt (f I l altimore Stenil l'aeket Colpanly, said ys terd v: 's )l"e I t i 11 oI 11111 % k' 4 I4 s: ,andl for ior. thlu lify e r tr' ll'4 41ed lif- 1l t I t ra I Ils por 1- at t) l le ii rls 1 f I 'l ini: 4 alnd . (Slll tti l . I ; ('tllt| Ii)lltl l( tl -:4 Il *t t , ),*4(\),4 --i \u11L- I u A i - 1 r ' 1 1 . :,n c 111 1 ' ).I i I \\ 4 . I n I I I I u I I I I \ i f t4 ,I 4l .i 1i i : 1 1 4 r 4 ' v : 1 i v1 I I , II I I II 'I4 r' I v14 I' I' tI 'j I I 41 II I I'l III i 1 ' 1 2' IlI it I I 'I 1 1 v,[ } . v 1 * 01"'1 - '011)10 so I b4F1( ' 441 1 i 'hs i'-s Ia 41 (3(i'4, il ii 14 ii ' 1(l' 11144 i al 1( f ( ...

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 July 1896

The People's Journal. LOCAL ITEMS. A largo crowd was iii attend an.%Lo ti court this wook. Mr. J. XV. Hopkins, of CotItral was among tho dolegation from that town to attend court Monday. Thoro wil bo a gran(l picniic at Lonhiardt's school house noxt Sat .urdgy, the 18th inst. Everybody invited. A good timo may hot an ticipatod. lHon. Goo. E. Princo, of Ander sonl, and candidato for Solicitor of this circuit, was in Pickons Mon (lily anld malido the JOUnNAJ, a Most agrooablo call. Died, on July 12th, -1890, aftor on illness of long duration, Mrs. Arial wifo of Mr. Albert Arial. Tho burial occurred at Iilimah on tho 14th inst. Rev. t. J. Williams, of Hon0a Path, will assist Rev. J. V. Vormil lion inl the protractod nooting at tle Baptist lleoting at tho Baptist church noxt week. iIr. C. A . DIIrham, 1114and his daughter, iss miay, of Limestono county, Texas, is on a visit to his brothber, I, IR. I)urhiami and othom relativos inh this (o0liLy th is wee . Canldidato.S will pleIso obs .v...

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 July 1896

W, J,Bryan is tMn The Nebraska Man Captures the Prize Five flallota Taken-land Leads in the First and then Drops to Secoie Place ltryan Ntroigthens-5oleie Not In It 1'11ho F41fth Balnot 41lves the Nomnnaation to iryian. nIca(',%no, J.i.., .uly 10.--The desks are cleared for tlte balloting which be. gins when the democratic national colventiou reassembles at 10 o'clock today. The real stiuggle opens with the delegates wrought to an intense pitch over the Pensational develop ments of yesterday, when the Bryan wave swept through the convention and threatened for a time to stampede it then and there. It has disturbcd all calculations and has thrown the ranks iof other candidacies into confusion. 'Tlhe day opened with a coitiniuaince 411 cool weather which has attended the convention from the beginning The wind of the prairies toward the lake, yet it is as balhy as that of early Epring or late fall. There is a haze in the air like that of an Indian summer. The sensation of yesterday and ...

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 July 1896

THE PEOPLE'S R VOL. 6.---NO. 27. PICKENS, S. C., THURSDAY, JULY - p. ONEDOLLAR A ThAR. EARLE AND EVANS. A Lively Encounter at Lancaster. JUDGE EAItLE ASKS QUESTIONS. The Episode Exciting and Dramatic at Times-Paving the Way for Hot Campaign Work. The campaign meeting at Lauiaster was the liveliest yet seen, and the candidates for U. S. Senator caused 4 the change from dullness to exciting interest: Judge Earle was the first speaker in troduced, there being several calls for him. He appeared here asking for one of the highest offices in the land and he bad no apologies to make. He had looked the people of Lancaster in the face before. He came then because there were charges against his admin istration. He came because be deemed it his privilege and duty to face any man or people who said he was corrupt or that his office had not been economi cally administered. He knew there was no hope of his election, but he could only answer the charges or In sinuations by being alcaudidate. When ...

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 July 1896

1JNRON, !ditor. EVERY THURSDAY. One Dollar a Year post Offiec at Pickens a8 or. [SINGt,1 RATES. atch for first insertion, lif i sithsei ittent. insertion. etlvert ise t.ens on 111 1 'srisls. Auttal coni iC' price to all. No sill -ia rates to foreign lid i must tahe ile ritu of le by snlehI rates. lo-al (.4h11n11n, 10 cenlts rioll anfil ive cetits fi ..... ....... aniertion41. itlvertisenleltts for conling NI"e a11lltt1 b10 han1deol ill not, later thanl M~onday u1or-1 lng. The editor will not. he resimosible for the( views antu opinions of correspomdents, un loss the sain ire editoriallV endlorsel. TilUlJSDAY, I U LY 23!, 1896. Stc(te CarnpiL'u Nelsit'dle4. I %1*I iX keice, ri'te l:iy.,~ .ilily, Barnli ToInd*a, .JulY, 27, A iken. '10'l iinly \, E l l ll \\'di-l i v, .Ily 21), Salutda, SdlrthlY, All it i it i tI 'li 'l ny A it >.1 ndllitt~iii-~ i' i' Am,' lix 'i l ln iIr , v T l i . L l . i lii l li,\\ 0(11111 -W. ( :. T 11 - v11 18 1). Cild 1' ~ ~ ~ ;;( pI It ':Xtii iy 8iii, A ''l...

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 July 1896

The People's Journal. LOCAL ITENS. Seo contract for bridge work. Goo. A. Ellis, of Pickons, is in Groonvillo attending court. Prof. J. M. Loopol! began a sing ing school at Ruhaiah last Mon day. Mrs. Julia Ann Smith, of Lib orty, is visiting relativos in Pick Cadet Ossie Mauldin, of Clem son Collogo, is at lioie on a short vacati on. Miss Mattio Mioon who has been visiting at Catoecheo returned home last Sunday. 'ho Democratic Executive Com mittoo meets in Pickens on the first Monday in August. Unclo N. 11. Jones, of Dacus villo, who has boon quito sick for s01110 tiie is convalosaing. Mrs. 1). J. Carter of Charlotte, N. C. is visiting hor parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Ashmoro, inl Pick 011s. Auditor Christophor has a now silvorito at his houiso. Nowt says his Iung powor is aload of inyono about the place. A protracted mecting is being conductod this week at the Ba1ptist church ihis weok. Mluch iiterest is manifosted and great good is ainticipa ted. Telephones airo so plntiful and the...

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