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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 23 July 1896

Bryoo's Groot Speoch. ip, Pt esidtial Nomilatioll Was Made Wheli 11 1161ed, EVEGN THE': Wiflialf RUGS CHEiE.ti4di) Tilis 31A TC1tiLEaSS ORA'TORt. The following is the great speech of \mIi. J. Bryan, of Nebraska, in closing the debate upon the platform at Chi Cgo, and which rendered it certain that he would be the nominee for President of the United States. Hils gifts as a speaker were recognized and appreciated very highly during the great tariTf debate in Congress, but he was never at hetter advantage than when ho met the arguments of Senator 'fill so ably and so squarely in this speech at Chicago, and it will go down in history a3 the climax of eloquence and the vindication of right principles "Mr. Chairman and Gentlemen of the Convention-It would be pre sumptuous indeed to present myself against the distinguished gentleman to whom you have listened, if this were but a measuring of ability, but this is 11ot a contest aImong persons. The humblest citizen in all the land, when 'ille...

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 July 1896

-THE PEOPLE'S OURNAL. Vol 6.---N. 28 PICKENS, S. C., THURSDAY, JULY INL A How's This For High? A SPAT BETWEEN EARLE AND EVANS. DAN TOMPKINS TALKS ON 'I'HIC DISPENSARY. Governcor ;vuns Says That. COl. John C. Haskell Lcdl-Judlge Eatrlo Ix citem IEvans1 With IPolinted Ques tions. Tihe campaign meeting at Chester lield was the most exciting up to that dato, and we givo herewith a full re port of the proceedings: Whon Mr. Tompkini was introduced he said that he was no Public speaker; that his dutios were purely ministerial, demanding no explanation; that they had been satisfactorily performed was evidenced by absence of opposition to his ro-olection. He would not have been horo except for the fact th at there had been talk of differences between Governor Evans -and himself about the new disponsary law, and an editorial had appeatiod in the Manning Times Insinuating that lie had appropriated somo rebates from liquor obtained when he was a member of the board of control. He would tell 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. — 30 July 1896

pie's Journal. IINSOIN, E'ditor'. vsvRY THURSDAY. One Dollar a Year post, Office [it Pickoens as si'. SING l1ATES. nel filr first, inertio, fi f 11 tihsc'ittentl. ilisertiott. ir :ilvT tiselli'ilts oil 1111 ter'ls evtsi. Animal14 Collt sr-terly. ne price to all. No spe -i:l rIates to) foreign ad<i -11 must take Ilit Iun of ide bay mtich rates;. it loa.l columii, 10 cenits sertiott aid five clits for -wrtion. for coing issitev shotild iter t I i .i rt iitay mq or n tt he resp insilphe for tile vie- , aal opiniotis of oirre-s ioren ts, ini 1v iw -,:;mv are- vilitotiilly% eciorsed. T11'IMSIQl\Y. .1J'LY :1, 191;. 1%ate ('1 Caz mi pa i;nu Neh1441n14. ESIM SalI da. filthtl-day, A umoit I, Iitonts Sit~tllV, Alils~vt S. M. lnsboro, Tulesdaiy, Aulgust-I C I] ii h'ia,\\ od l esdly, Auguist, :. ill',Tilldl v, All"i st G. New I' .rrI , Fridaiv, Allist -, lalliells, oat lrdaV. Augu "t I, l'Ii an. I on ay AIuIut-, I. ! .I v. 41 1 i t x "'11 s t i'ut ill i t I'I' l ti . .A it Il I Gri iZh, W(nI...

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 July 1896

The People's Journal. LOCAL ITiEMI. Mr.W. 11. Doborry,of Ti in - villo, S. C., is in our littlo city for the sumrio, at tihe home of mrs. Ann Griflin. Mastors Jininio Charlos, Harper and 'Jininiio Alc'Kinizie, Of Pied 1luon1t1, aro vii-Sit ing at Capt. II. C. Grady's t.his week. Mr. N. A. Cothran, of Seguin, Txis, is visit ing his cousi , DrP.'. S. Port.or, of thi; (iy. IMe will 0114ma41 ill t,114t 4 pal't.s for sovo'all Wloks. W.A.Iolger of Washington, 1). .,.. accoilpanied by his litlI S011, Willianli Belt, tuid hi-s Iothber Mrs. A. AL. Ii'olger, of Easley, vis ibd the ln Ii l of J uIlge N0w)rry Ist Weeok. Camlid(tts :Uid all other; in (,')4'.stied ill 4!O'[ g44%ri* liollt fllt whitI.e suprinley shlloll Seo to it. 111:41. whv44iV Wlit VOor ill l1o Co1Ill ty is regAsti't . -1o1l.1 siipr Visors it thE )ro(ilnCts and !,t4 vol.r curt iliet'ais. Mirs. kialph MeLondoll, (f im ic c( untytis Stato, is Visiting bor rother., Juldge J.. B.Newhorry, (o this place. Sil will luuike her visit, p...

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 July 1896

A New, it jii of I ise !" said Mury ie rs t -y I i i't think (if a sugle Llii: Lo Iay. u saL, atid fr' ned gloomily, bite ing tie eni of her pen-holder. Now anI LIenia sle. ran her' hand distractedly Liiftih g her hair. This was a trick of ier-H whnu thinking hard, and, as a -nie, the result wiH iore startling "IL 1s of io uise!" slo said again ; but Lii h aL WI at dilforont Inflection. " i iustn't sit hore and give way to laziness like this. If I don't write a tale, we can't pay the grocer's bill ! I must and will begin, only-what on earth am I to say Mary's briain was fortile enough, uand her busy fancy generally delighted in spinning love stories and the like. Ini the early days of her scribbling she had been greatly laughed at by her mother and sisters, but when welcome little checks began to come in return for bulky envelopes sent through the post, the tone of the family altered, and Mary bad for some time bceen re garded as a person of iaportance. I 'erhaps they overrated her ...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 6 August 1896

4 THEPS JO RNAL. "o VOL. 6.---NO. 29 PICKENS S C THURSDAY, AUG 9,6. ONE DOLLAR A PICKENS S. C. DUNCAN ON THE QHISKEY REBATES, HE MAKS'. GRAVE CHARGES AGAINSE EVANS. Voilmiissioner Mixsoi Does Not Sub stantiato the Charges, Although He is Duncnu's Uhler wit-nessay; At the cAmpaign meeting in Barn wells, Mr. John T. Duncan made quite a sensational statement in regard to whiskey rebates, charging that Gov ernor Evans was cognizant of such re bates being received, and that Tillman lined his pockets with them. The re - porter of the State gave his remarks as follow : . Mr. Duncan then caused a sensation. As he proceeded the meu gathered closer around the stand. Col. Mixson, who was concerned in what he was saying, sat near by but said nothing; neither did Governor Evans. Mr. Duncan, after refering to the facts that Commissioner Mixson had given about the dispensary insurance, said that Col. Mixeon was present. lie regretted to pull these fellows out a little, but did not waste the opport...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 6 August 1896

, Editor. THURSDAY. )olfar a Year. ice Ati Pickels its I R A TES. first. illsert-ioll, fif O il .tH. ,,I. Ai it' l ICo - l it all. Nospi - f 4 I , I I lt i t 4 1 8 o fn ln11 - i i1. ii t h I I rit, 1 of . 1 v I-t 'A. I l N. vt q. Io I- sntW wi, 1 I. I dor it Al ovihiv stor espoliibl 7,- h 4 1 a 11ino Ient 14,1 t III IVv eildorl.d 1. t6, 1896i. day, Allglist G, , August 7, Agligst |) day,.g. A I 1 S(113y A ug. I:'. 4'. A'lgmis. i.. ..t 'it igust 1 l, ku-ldIrIson, Mlondhy, Augu.'lst 17, A he~ile,\\'dnesday,% Aug. 19. Tlle uti , illd i l Uo b il.lgr. Iu o1 it Ii I i ( i V'~. I Ifr C ) I~ c SP s1 spoke lior. Ills( W edlt-st'iny. 'l II.i tried to kiep pal o with the wl li' er Illd ,wh 1ilnet(l f I ( i i i . l. rI.. .a ; Inli". sn~lhc lI!rst ilu iiv tilo p '11, a aconut (1f his sti-war<41 Ship whi'o il O'ongrve.1 ss. .II- Odhd wlll ll I(l wlint 1' hald s tol. ' I t I i \ i i i l l l l not e,' I ga e a V 1. ) goo :e is (IItl Ii Iin wEf. \\:Is hd wed v A\I'. Ir . 'tt 1) 1 I l 'I I I'vs a...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 6 August 1896

The People's Journal. LOCALITEMS. Dr. W. F.Austin will bo in Eas joy August 11th and 12th. T.D.Harris broko dirt last Mon dgy for his storo house oi Main street. Tho United States Court opoeled in Groonvillo last Alonday in full bloom. E. R. Mauldin brought, a load of very fluo molons to town last Monday. Mrs. J. L. Aurpein-e is teaiching a, flourishing school at the h4ield school houso. A ligo crowd assomblud at Oolonoy last Sundaty to wit woss the )>aptism of W1n conv(orts. Several donths woro reported from th oxcoHivo hot, weathtr lust weekj-1c ill the lower part, of the A. M. . irris is having brick ma* do on 'Towi , Credk to build a1 two Story storo 1i1i11s1 at, his pros Ont stalld. Mir. YJ Prezial and 4)mil, )f Crow Crok, pid b x fattier a flv ing visit last. week on the T,'weh Ml ilo rivor. Mr. B. C. Il ker has the thanks of tlI1 Jot; L, I oreo for t riat to Som IIost h t wa terllhuhoIn the past few day.. Prof. J. L. MuII. rhr's Scbool wvill close at Mounaa rv .:: Friday 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. — 6 August 1896

kWrecked b Foolk -Well do I recolhtL tho Wime," said my13' grI'anildmiaL to ile, one cold winter venting.a s we were seated by the bright hiikory fire whose ruddy tltes loapod cheif% ul the wide-m(ithed chimnoy, shedding a cheer...fu! light upon the old-fatshioned furniture of my grand mother's room, and easting liekoring shadow.. Upon the ceiling. "when crazy Nell was young and fair as alny girl In ill WVe'tlield. Yes, young and beauti fill yotu would hardly believe It now, woul1 you, clil d ? 13ut, deary In, time and sorrow make sad changes!" A ni my grandmother passedI her hand slow .\er her forehead, an(d absently let fail her knitting, and I knew by the kindling of her faded eye that hot thoughts were wandering back to that past when lie own youth was fair and brighIt. It was snowing fast without-a wild stormii--atid tbe d iving w id sifted the white flakes against the w indow panes, into e%12'V Ce'evice of the shinged, gabled roof -iand soitiiies a sudden gust, whirled d jwi 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. — 13 August 1896

4 9 4 __ 7THE uEPLESF ___ VOL. 6.---NO. ~~~~ PICKENS, S. c., THURSDAY,AUS!' OEDLR4. HoWling Ht Winosboro Rowdyism of the Worst Sort. Most OistracoItli Meetim ot the Campaigl. Dispensary Olicials Leading the Howlers. Columujbia legister. The campaign meeting at Winnsboro on the 4th inat. was a disgrace to the county and the State. There was Imore rowdyisimi in the crowd than at any other meeting up to date, a cir cumstance deplored by the orderly, law abiding citizens of the county without regard to political faction. Six or eight mon not only mado dis gusting spectacles of theniselves by howling at speakers with whose senti ments they did not agree, but by their conduct brought odiuni upon their county and State. In justice, it must be said, that the assemblage as v whole was attentive and anxious to hear, but a little coterie of half a dozen or more men not only would not per mit them to listen, but almost precipi tated a fight. The most charitable thing to say of them is that they...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 13 August 1896

~opid@iai O BI N8O0$dMI tor. :D VERY THURSDAY. n One Dollar a Yea ut Post Oflict at Pickens m itter. ITINING RATES. 'r inc~h for first illsortion, fif lacte .sul1seq ixono isertioll. :1. for ad v~rt isernelts onl ati Ternis ensl1. Antial con gitlarter'ly. Ono pirive to alfl. No 81im1 spcitilki ittes to foreigin tt suchl mtutst take the mint of nhbide by such rtles. iill 14esti volltili, 10 cent~s ijisert i o anttd five centst for .inlsertionl. is for evmiitig isstie sliotll 't l:tter thiti M naoid y uiloorl 1l not. he responsible for thet iotis (of corresplotvtlitt4, tilt AY, AU(;. 1:3, -1896). 1 S . 0Uil Al t' A1,* .Yor stolue ti.l liff I Mhavo 1e th lilk lIg (f Folld illy fuIll sm1110 ()h servatlills thlat I fiavo 1111100v ill tillO lillfl ( tr t hu liio)litli ()( ,llly. Eitrly in . ul I left. South Caroli 1a fe Iliti' alo, N. Y. to attnd thet, Naitimlial Educational Associatimn. Qulto a1 p\irty (df Sm(hi.th C ill'>. a1 t1 (rt'O gia 1d:11 t tls i ilt' <(it tho i11a nulrd Air...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 13 August 1896

The People's Journal LOCAL ITEMS. Monoy to loaln-Cil at P). 0 Box No. 45, Pickoi, 8, C. marl2tf Col. J. le. Hu11good was ill towin last Sund(ay. Mr. 11. A. lagood spont last Suidao inl Pickis. Mr. L. C. Suddoth, of (Ien'ville colinty,was visitinig at..I.A.Cisson 's Monday and Tlosday. Prof. M. S'. Stribling has boon appointed principal of the high schlool ait We (Stinilstor. Mr. and Mrsx.Gs wyn lilassinlgamen' of Mrrai'riy county, Ga., ar visit ing rellatives andl([ friends inl this sc~ ti'ol. A pIrotracted leetilng com1 1111(ed it Mlt. Cal11m11 (h u reh last dindhty conlducted hV Rv. W. B. Wml. Feathlrston, livinig~m Ro . A. 1lomll 1pU! hlad (11)l (.1 ottoll b)lls )on thlw. 7th aint lefAt (1ne ()n ('ll. tilbli'. A S-riv's oif 111001tillgs Iwr'all at, Grifill churchl la.A. Sluiday and wil1 l oii I inu I Iii'> ltlJiolt, I 114 wo.tk I5 v . C' 1 . s i tI t'1e s1.rvleees. ied(, ()n thw 71h ihst., nI!, , .1rCId rRO1 ck, 1Irs. Iienri<1ta r h , wifeo 4f W .11. Iaalli'1 g' l m o t, GO...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 13 August 1896

SWHO WAS " M'tre Melhuirst,'s comuplimen, sir, and would you pleaise come down to 114-r stateroom limmled lately ?"1 I haid jist shut. my3solf Into ily little 1llii. on deck, having run through the hip aceountx befor' turning in that hL. It i-1 <1'l.ea mistake, by the illk i.iat -w pur8ers have n1o l ea tho to watehi over the passen 'oilfort., read pray'rs (oin Sunday, amil kj'ej a i041o of 111111tical Informa hm al, olilgr cnds c 'for the benef10t of every I'iious voya.ger. Nowadays the purser of a crack A merican liner mitkingjr perhlapi a record passage of .\ d1x3ay or so -hias his work pretty well eiut out for him during tihe entire ivya:'e. I II thet present1, ovensionl I had warcely got, miy accoulits fairly In hand w hetn I was interrupted by a slight tap :t. the oUw. I rose at, 0t81r- and oIenedal i, and LI ire stood M Is. .\leihurst's Canuadian Imiaid, with ilushed face and itvtoums, ag itated mnain;er. " Is there anything wrong' I asked, alith -alisle suirprise, whenl s...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 20 August 1896

VOL rIKI 20 6:--NO. ~~~o.. PICKE~NS, S. C., THUtRSD)AY, U S'2 8~ N )LA ER Campaign Meeting A Quiet Day Without Any Excitcmncut. WHIT\IAN SIRSUOTB()YS Earle is Well Received at Home. Ansel and Prince Are On Friendly Terms. Green-vill Mmuun~ii injoe r. The campaign meeting at Greenv ill Is a thing of the past. The candidates eamoe here from Spartanhurg, where the imeet.ng was held the day before. Governor EIvans;, Superintendent of Education Mlaylield and .1iudge Erle arrived Tui'esday afternoon at -1.-10 o'clock. The other eanl didates trri'Cd oil tho night t.-:ain. The ieeting was without any special featu res. A Il of the speakers wrm given a respectful and qtilet hearing except M r. Whitman, whosu veleient Ilagutiage in den.uncinig TiliIian at fon time bIough t out someiC howlilng fromi the crowd. It was lifteen minutes to eleveu when Chairman hiramlhett calleCd the meeting to order, and announced that the exer cises would he opened with prayer by Rev. S. 13. Harper, wh.io praye'd...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 20 August 1896

T. (I.ON PUBLISHED !VERY THURSDAY. Subscription One Dollar a Yeai Entered att the Post Olee at Pickens alk sec'ond-class maiztter. ADVEWTISING RATES. Ono dollar per inCh1 for first insort.Ion, fif ty vent.s for each sihsetqtent insertion. L 1iberal cliscoilnt. for itvertiselents on1 anll na1,1l c1Iontracts. Terms cah. Annual con trilcts, lly le ttarr ly. No favoril es. One price to all. No pe 0111 posit ion or special rates to foreIgn (ad vertisers. All stichi must take the run of tho pa:1per 11n1 abide by-sule riaes. ,oeni'l noti e', inl local 'ohl1tinn, 10 cenits per line for filst insertion ai 114 (1v cen1ts for eith sithbsvi lent, inisert ion. Adivertisemient.s for cominig issuet sh1oliti he hunded1 in not bitter thin Monday morn The editor will not, ho responlsiblem for the ,1( a%'5 iW i l opi nions (i f cor resp41 m Ie lts, fl - Ies the tit1san4e are elitorially endorsed. T'II'8' IDAY. AU'. 20, "1896. Ntsn uts Well Ill 1Elnne. I 'epreeltI ative citizens amd leading n'ewsa)peIr...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 20 August 1896

The"- Peonle's Journal. Th , ) mis Gilstrap Easloy, wt Vis. onday. I, *has gono on a vis iddlotonl, Ga. f Andorson's Mli) ;ivos in Pick Onls B., as ro-elocted cot iborty town sli y is visiting her V. White, at An Cross Roads wO minday, Rov. W. tod. of Easloy, is vif Hill, inl the C11r .., j-otas neigh boilhood. Tlho looting at Grilflin closed Fi'day. 14ivo will bo baptized oil the --ond Sunday inl SoptQomil\,r. Mr. T. D. IHarris says "Co st !" Road his chango in advorLisoment this woolk. Ie ha11s a stor'o l full of goods. Mr. Lurry 'I'lornley who has heen down ill Andersoni says crops (10 not, near compare with the crops in Pickens counitv. B. F. Griffinl kilied a ratt.lesnako noar town the other that h ad sov en rattles and and a button. Capt. IT. C. Grady hlas at 11o( that lio says h will ainke Weigh a 1_000 pouInds by killing tinie. It is at red Jorsoy and is a rousIr. Tho couity candidatos startod Ol thoirl camlipaignI Tuosday openl ing at Easloy. They ato accomli paniod oil tho...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 20 August 1896

THE RICHEST M THIRitTY YPA Its AGO IE' WAS NOT W01'OiC'i A I)OIIdj&it. 'Tito 810"'Y ( .Jolh D. litckoeller I'arly St1419e 01' the Standard ji -Hi, e 4 NA.w W t Two isn if rest (af Ii ons. Thirty Y 's ado Johii D. Rtocke foller' was hardly worth a dollar, and ntowl he is the richest man in the Unuited States. When he wast a poor, plod ding bookkeeper his best friends would not accord him any celit for ind ustry or sahgacity. Wat .ohn1 1). Rocke' foller (Ioes not nilow about hIS own wealth would at present make rieh men11 of those very friends. le pr'o) ably cannot guess within $10,000,000 of how much money 11 is wortlh, without extensive figuring, says the New York Ilotrald. John 1). Roekofeller is of Scotch parentage. His plarents camnc to th is country shortly before the birth of the future great magnate. The family settled inl the western pItrt of the New York Stato on a sniall farm near Moravia. H~ere the lRockefellers rtpitdly increased until the family con i.ted of father, ...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 27 August 1896

-. IP . OP' -~A THPEPL' JORA ' " oL . - - - NO 'JIIC~NS, S. C., '1'URSI)AY, .. ;',,-'r' 2, .O EJOLRAY A Bryan's Great Speech At Madison Square Gar den. IS ACCEACE OF THE NOMINATION. Hi is ArguImenIt fo the Beneit of the Masses. Nr. (h irman, (enitlemonei. of the Ct.'tlllittee and l.elow-Citens I shalil, at at future day and in a formal letI U, I< !), the nom1ination which is now teider ,d by the Notilienktion Com 1111t. 0C, aUG I satiiih at that Ltime touch 11po 1 tilt) i6 ,u1s presented by the pla)t for.. It is tiLting, however, that at th. b tine, i j the prescuce of those here asst m bled, I should sneak at boie len V th i r 'g I tO 0 tamlipaign upoll wi Ah we are now enLtering. We do not unItdlert A inat'e the forces arlayed alga.ntist us. nor ar'e we niminid ful of the impor ance of the trllggle in wh At we Ie r engaged ; but reli3 Ing forI sue ess uptA I the righteousness of our can , we 'ni de-fend wiLh all possibie vigr the I nitions taken by our party. We are noit, surpr...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 27 August 1896

EIVBRY TUMMAL. One Dollar a Ye Post Olilco at Pickens tr. TISINU RATES. or iticih for tirst ise8rtion, f lIel 4iltabseq4Cnit insertio litt for ttivertmise:iiliit.- on at -i. Terrms eall. Auntital co lo giarterly. m. One price to all. No 811 or sptial rates to foroigni a tiL mich m111t4, taku tho run .11l abido by sli rates. 400i-H, ip loeni coln li, 10 co( i v - - first itisert.ion aud i lvt (oIlts ft 1t(llt insmerti0:. wcnlt.for cornilig isue siotti -e lmit., I ill not later than Monday mor f 1115The editor 'will 'lot, lit, re~sponsile for Ui views aind opinitoria of correalloniers, il less the siie are editorially' endorsed. - Il1l-RSDAY, AUG. 271, -1896. I1ier Sketch of 41a4 Life of -Som thOurolina' Next 1ieuu tenam ia CAoverilltor's. Tho list issue of tho Piedmon -oadlight contains a double col 1mn111 piCfnire of Col., McSwoonoo) and speaks of him as follows: l1on. M. . McSweeIey, the SuIJb ject of this sketch, can truly be referred to as a solf mado man. Io was left fathorless ...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 27 August 1896

Mr.- B'. B. Crane, of Georgia, is on a visit to hs mother and broth ora near Pickons. Miss Lula Glazonor's school in Zion school district will cleso noxt Friday with a picnic on that (lay. Mrs. Louis Gilstrap (lied on Sat urday and was buried the day fol lwing at Mountain Grovo church., aged about thirty-five. Mrs. Henry Millor came in from T6xas last Saturday aid she and her husband oxl)ect to mako Pick ens county their future homo. 1). F. Hendricks, son of D. E. Hendricks loft for Tusculum Col logo, Toni., last Saturday whore he wil I attonld school this fall and wintor' Mrs. Myrtio Seaborn, wife of Jas. Soaborn and daughter of J. E. Borroughs, is very low and vory little liopes aro ontortaimed for hor recovory. Mr. J. T. Blassingamne andl wifo of Groonvillo, cale over Sunday and spett e few days th" first of the weok at tho reidEnco of Dr. Win. Field. Road about the Morgan horse in this issuo. All lovers of good horso flesh should look at this ani mal. Dr. L. G. Clayton at Ceitra...

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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