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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 27 August 1896

RUB _LOWE - "Reub," said I to the old fellow haif-witted some of the younger men about the neighborhood said-who was ily iredVil Ilial on the farm, "1 I novelr S lavoe to tell you ia socond thuo to do' l Ibjug. N'oYou' 'e til IniO.It plletiual lilat sl.utvadl of lookir pleased at this comphnena:s I had exspected him11 to, livo'unltIiianvu always long anid sad ani wea'ilg all ex pression as of vague toerrior. hewallo longer, sadder and still Moro torrilicd looking. It was a wiutor. evening and Io and I and the old house keeper were sitting about the open fireplace of the great, roomy kitchen In that democratic fashion so universal in Anierican farm life. 11 took his pip from his mouth, turned it upside down and emptied it into the ashes by knocking it against the ehiney piece before he answered. Yes," said he, then, glancing at mrs. Simmons and discovering that she wis sound; asleep and snoring. Yes, t had a lesson on beiln' punctual onet that 1 'low will last me a life time." "So?" ...

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. — 3 September 1896

6 6 THN PEOPL..H' S JAL K VOL -O 3,2 1PICKEIN S, S. C., THURSDAY, SE1TTIM 8LR its6 NE1OLR ER Bryan's Great Speech At Madison Square Gar den. ICONC[LUDig.) IIOLDEICS OF .'IXIlND INVESTAMINTS. Even the holders of lxo3d invesments though they gain an advantag frOIn the appreciat ion on the dollar, cortain ly see the injustice of the legislation which gives them advantago over those whose incomes depend upon 1,he value of property and products. If the hold era of fixed investments will not listen to arguinents based upon justiCo and %quity, I appeal to them to consider the interest of posterity. We do not live for ourselves alone; our labor, our self-denial, and our anxious care-all those a-e for those who are to conic after us its much as for ourselves, bult we can not protet: our chi ldreni be ond the period of our lives. Lut thoso who are now reaping advantage frotm a vicious financial system reinember that in the years to com their own ehil dron and their children's children may, th...

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. — 3 September 1896

.People's Journal. T1. U. 1OBiNSON, Editor. UBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. )scription One Dollar a Year .ntered at the 1ost. Office at Pickens as ond-claiss iiatter. ADVERTISING RATES. One dollar per inih for first insert.ion, fif Iy ermils for 'ar'll ilihset'lent inisertion. iberal 4j 5tltioiit foi adlvertisemklents ail nil -nnal constracts. Terms4 ensl. Annual con tracts, Jluivablle tiltarerly. No favorites. One price to all. No spe cial po4itimo or spiecial rate.s to foreign ad vert.isers. All stch innst take tit- run of the paler ani ti hidt by sich rates. Local notives, ill local volitisn, lo relits per line for first, i 'sertion ain live eamts foi cach subseqpit itsertion. Ativertisvminent for coining issuet s1liult 'ho Iandtled in not later than Montlay nior1. Ing. ThIe c'1itor will init. he responsible rliii views and o iinions of correslit it s, tiii. less the sane are editorially entldorsel. TlI ' 1SDAY, 101E '. 3, 18!s;. . 1O TII E 1'OTiE UN. The campaigi is ovt, the VOes east ...

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. — 3 September 1896

The. Peoples Jor -l Mdr. WVtdtor Griin has1 ta!--oilita clOrIKsIII1) ill Otto slow( o r ,j. * Mc]). Britco. Dr. 1F. S. Portor is vor~yii.Jp Gil tiland, of E4"sloy is C11() 11tcoIId ing 1)hYsiciall. * ~Tito ituditor eltl t ha i bo flent ill Itt. otic4e. Trto old Foik~s Si llgiligAsoji tioll Will libloo W itll RuIIIzIIIuiiI church not 'Sunday. Hr. Aarn Aforiu haso%,o(I bis kockof good till t) l"i'(4'Jiali bu- iir penld ing thIi or(Wctioii (.t his now brick store hlouse. Alurricid, a~t tilt;101d1C of? tii lbritto on tit( 3~ 1st lit., Iby i\agis trate Ileldricks.,5 Mr. F~rank 11. Wi'%i,11 to) Mrs. Cyntit Annuu Murphiree. '1 he audi tor' conhinioiicod build ingtIho I ImistirlOr's (IillicatoH tihis I'Ok and( lipoj)s to ho) ablo to turn 01.1O-VerI to the txI- lSI'O by fim 151a ilist. '.ilioro wvill bo it. Scoild ra lco be .Fn lo c S(,e j OIi u.Sj hi 1). 1,11(, o 'c tiolt will )ccurP l(,Xt TJiisday, tile F Stist. "Ihe Pickolls Ili(,) igh 'eIo( il Comn ]ij('ICL(r last, A~'loia lilllel' the 4...

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. — 3 September 1896

A 810 FAILURE IN NEW YORK CITYl T1114; 110118101 HSTABLISH E',)BYA T. S'T'WART. The hargest. 1)1ry Goods Concent II the Wri'l-"ounl e F tifly Years Ago anl ifrile Stewart's Imlimetnse For The d ry g.ood ' house of Hilton, ighes & Co. (A.. T. Stewart & Co.) Iast matle anl asshemlilent, to G. M. \\'ight., witbouit prefre renick! its to creditors. Among the banks In Wall street the failure is rogarded as dle to a gradual decline in business. Th -im's cr'edit for the last five years has been badly impaired, and it is understood that very little if any of the firIm's single nameiiC paper' is out. The [irlm has been taking stock for several weeks past aid recenty' was understood to have I'eei vCd about, $7>,000 which has been us.ed in reducing the liabilities of the Iirm. It, Is reported that Siegel, Coop er % Co. will Work over the stock of hlilton, 1ughes & Co. The assignient was miade by Albert B. liltol who Composes the firmt. No statement has yet been made as to the ai...

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. — 10 September 1896

YOL. 6-TE PEOPES.O.,U S ,N VOL. P.-N. '1ICKEiNS, S. C., THIURSI)AY, 1TLI;R 0,IQON ]) LA AYER Bryan's Campaign ___Speechos. Sound Doctrine in Forcible Words. The following extracts are fromxi specches made by Candidate Bryan at various points In New York and Ohio: CARLISLE'S POLITICAL P1IlILOSOPIHY. "Politics Is a practical quostion. It is so simply because it can be compro hended by our people. I want to talk practical politics to you for at little while this afternoon. Neither my timo nor my physical strength will permit an extended discussion of the issues of the caripaign. But I desire to sug gest some thoughts which may help you in your study of thp Issues and your determination of the part which you shall take. I want to read to yoi an extract from a speech made by John G. Carlisle in 1878 and want you to mark th' political philosophy therein set forth. He was speaking on an amendment to the bill and act, and he used these words: 'If the execution of this inessure could be entr...

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. — 10 September 1896

iple's Journal. )UlNSON, Editor. D EVERY TdURSDAY. -)n One Dollar a Year Eintered it thie Post Oflico at Pickons as scceontit-elass mnatter. AMERTISING RATES. One tollazr per iWli for first iisertion, Ilf t-y v -ilts for v-:c-1 silihstllui-t insertion. Iiliertl <list-omiit for itivert.isem nits oil allt uttal envoittlets. Te, l I 1 '11 ash1. Attititt coni tracts4, p.6&lt ble quttarterly. No fiavorites. Oie prite to till. No spe vial Fp sitit or ,sp i rittes to foreign -tt i veIrtisers. All .4114,h 1intist. tatke them r.11u of til ti papir ti abide by stig jitic rates. 1,oeil niotices, ill 10o-a1 colantattl, 10 veetts per lilt(' for first, intsetiont attd live et-mts for (1110h sil sim(ttetnt i tlsertioll. Adi-rtisvittetits for votriig issite aliotiti~ bh ained inl not hitter tUmtn Montiy injornt ing. TIte vtdior will not he rosttmsiblit for the views a0t11 opillioits o)f (.4rrespottells, tll-. Iesthe sam11e are ecditoriallv entlorsect. THI URSDA Y, S411'T. 10, 1891. '111 ,MAN...

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. — 10 September 1896

LOCAL IIYN Dr. NV. *le. A1u.til iH i ho ill(~t I11ual ifrot.tle 1401i to 1 601, iueie Sivo. D)r. F. S. l urtei', aftw 'i nll 4('.48~i of 801110 two weohks was 11110 o ) u out11 Monday. Miss Iiim Brownt, dau11'ilfo ()I* Mr. Shorill' Browil, is Ltimchii" it 1loti rishiiig Sc11oo1 fit 'Iii 11k44hoCk is* 5 i o l l' or t,1'() s~ w - l V fi4 'Sd y. ie1( Of El310 oiIo I~p'~~lI3w' Miss 1111.y. OwuI''v who hlas h84e3 fmit two 1 e( Iks' visit, k(, M1al-wthI '1Th213vjl Itemuit K', has1 retllrtl md to IAhi'iods, at1 tli(, P4'$si(14431()f I Itt brd 4 (l Sunda(1v, A itguti .t hl,i1 r. A. TI. 'S'fhlios t.4 Miss8 Da)isy ( 3'u311t,034. TI. N. l1 mit~lI', N. P'.od .2 ?it ne1g. Alhiss Lillia11lese' 1141 Is(l o)f 84'vn'I4 11'4:'S a1114413 r4dli ves to) 114.3.' l1otn at FOH I1I ill, IUAt \Vd A I. V. ( ). I tu'sto) I 1(I s i Sl.v 1. A part'y (A,)1P435til4g o (A, 18. \\'. 0. 1 1In;Ier 1111(1 JO)Sef1)II I1iI'j('ksj. 11i111 i\12111i44 Ili''stt'i, Nt)r), Ida and1( B13'd(IOI I (Iricks' 1121(a m11'),; IIa4213t...

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. — 10 September 1896

HoW tho Burglors Were Cauflt AN I,; isi rORY. i 'lii ip Marsdon, Seniorl0 partlOr tif M;arsdon ' lyl0ty, bankers, sat alone onc ven_-i in h is conIti ng ),ouse. The seasVOIn had been a very heavy and pro.spel'outs one, for much 1ll~ineyN hadi exchanlgedA hantids through. the unsettled state of tie public InIilid, occasioned by hank failures and the ex plosiolns of public collipanies: but Mars don & RyIlotty's baik had stood un sliakcni, for it was Conducted Upon it sound linancial basis with Ia iargo cap tal, and had become quito an old-estab lished institution. Ill conse tpience of the aforesaid fail ires. Ilei receipts at, M1arsdlon's had Cx panded enormiously, and Mr. 'hillip, whose heart and soul were in the life long workiwhich his great.-grandfather F. unded, frequently drove across and Alane d th rough the trnttsaiCtioJS of the da carefully antid qu ietly. WaS perhaips aI itt.1e indiscreet so far as his lealti was concerned, for lhillip was travel ing toward the "Sundown"...

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. — 17 September 1896

T-5HE IPEoPLS _JOUNL _ VOL. 6.---iN~~. ~~ 1~1CK~iNS, S. C., THURSI)AY, SEPTELMBER 7 i .OE )LARAYA Earlo i hs th Wioor. A Illud'somn 1Iajo'idt foi Greenville's Candidale. WiI! Make an Able and Pro8ressive Senator. His Public and Private Life Pure alld Uprigit. Boh Factiont s .Joined inl His lee I ion. The svecond piimar) h1as resited ill tie nomlli aI t 10 ion I 1 of, J 1oep I I. E.i le as tilt- choice o e I )emo rer for til high :2222 dign~2itled 22illeC of ('i It.I Stat es 12nat1r Tht Vl0 'm 2f ,ide Earle to thi! position will not- Iake, plice im il JanuarY 1897, when the Lelgisla.tur <n (OnIveneIs Inl annl11 Session. The Demonitice nomiees for. the Legislature I l ledgedl to abide thet result. of* the prinma-y, mnd henice thevy are siiply N ( put the will of the pwo ple into to ce whei Ihey (a32st tiri ballots f'r J IiEarle aS Ic sIccvs so0r of I [oil. .ohn L. M. Irby. whosc term expir, -i on il the -th I of M'ireb, I 1.7. The begislature will be com posed of n1 n nlionlinated ...

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. — 17 September 1896

r.People's Journal. T. ROBINSON, Editor. BLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. cription One Dollar a Year red at. the Post 0111ce it Pickens 8W seconl(-ciss timatter. A 1VERTISING RATES. otte floibir pe-r inch for first. insertiont, fif tv ents for eseli sulse ttieit. intertion. Jiht.-ui tliscotiit for zicivertise tets on til n n11a0 cont1ralCts. T'rmts ensh. Annual con tracts, pavable tita'tti'Y. No fivr4iteis. on. price to all. No sie eial osit ioil or Special rate to foreignit a - verti'.-rs. All snch mut tii k tk tite ri of the paper and abide by snch rates. Local, notices, ill local c-olltonia, 10 voetits p1.- line. for first, i nitertiol atol li ve ceits for ear-h subs-41e. intisert ioit. Adivertisvt-ietts for comitig issue shotil 1e handed itl not, later than MOtIttlNi' tuorn TI'he critor will Hot he responsili- for tle viw l and iopitinios of corresponenitss, tit less the same are editoriallv etlorseti. ill i'llDA Y, SE PT. 17, 1841 . T 1 I4e 211vim1f Slhould be 11en-encber ed as WI'ell 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. — 17 September 1896

The People's Journal. LOCAL ITIEMs. Dr. W. F.Alustin will h in Pick. ens Sept.'21'to 24. Mliss Noll M!ilior who ha1s boo131n visiting Miss Hattio Gradyroturn od to hor homo Tuosday. Miss Lili \Villiamis, daughtor of B. 11. Williamis is vory ill with typhoid fever. Miss Corrie llruce aIftor a most )lCasant visit to Middloton, Ga. returned home Monday oven ing. Miss Mamic McLendon, of Flor eice, S. C. who inIS been1 Visiting in) Pi(kong is now visiting Easley. Tho notes an(1 accounts (uo J. T. Lowis & 1Son, will b found in tho ollico of the Clerk of Court. Rov. T. C. Holtzclaw, of North Carolina, will proach at the -Bap tist Church noxt Saturday and Sunday. Roht. Hendricks, Son) Of D). E0 Hendricks, left Tuesday for Tus culuim11, Telinsseo,to attonid school this winter. Miss Olivo Thornley who has hoon visiting relativos and friends in Anderson mnd vicinity cam homo last Monday. Noxt Saturday ir the rogular meeting day of thu Lihrty Alli ance, 2 p. im. is tho hour. A ull meeting i...

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. — 17 September 1896

START LING ISC LOS RESI 11 , A RziVI;iATl)N 01' ROTTENNES'S. III V CO0V 1a De1es I1lB Chaim 111i;11 110 Had wia 1'100 I Hil 1. \hi'ler i ' iu I l l C ica l;t lii i i vui. i i litr l t' ! r : in 'a r : III iI 0i v4' i i t i IIt,-o f I'\ t inid i Y ib \v lull the) e. Aalftt --lji'l I- i'..' 11,1t li lIt i llx 'y t' l I\ . t -i , \ 1a ilttt I' Iv'Olilti, ut dlivi' jtilie- k" i ii '111.11 t h i- , , -.iIu' - TJlit 'ti "t h r a it in l iti a tit t t '.it'rt ' f )i Iitit tl I WI i CA It' I y .-ittn th I hav bi Sp i i liMt i ( n. h il . 1. an li! I th itt uit ilmn It .I l a ll ti-t ttItil it i i t hI wa, l' cIu- by llntta ."n ii. l, -ai ill ih Iu. M ixs tht I h ", I I t he.I. hN 't. at1 I it I f t I(tIi i lii i IIIi.I%}' 0 ' . van , Ial V il . M .1 .\ ix til 111 ;1n | l'' l t t I)I I i .\ i ti . it, li ii t t 11t t iL t t II li at ' I t ' i'i L t1 t \ t Iu (%e L I rebat!., I t whi .- i ir t n wt Thi l 'iieI. :a t I t'' wtton ui:.4 t ta t 1d II tItif.e t Ii.' i t I a v t . ii Iqu t I n you1...

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. — 24 September 1896

TrHE P[EOPLE'S JOURNAL VOL 6.---NO. P6 PICKENS, S. C., THURSDAY, SEPT 1BER896. BRYAN'S WRLCOME TO ASHEVILLE, TWENTY-FIVIS THOUSANI) PE() PIM, GR1010,T H11M. An Interesting Descu-Iption of the Great Ovatlou (iiven to tlho NetC President. Special to fhe G.reenville M oulntaineer. Asmitviri., N. C., Sept. 17th. It is worth going much farther than to Asheville to hear William Jennings Bryan speak, and the dozon or moro Greenvillians who heard him here yes terday felt more than repaid for their trip. It was a glorious occasion. All day Tuesqay, Tuesday night and Wed nesday morning peoplo poured into Ashovitlo from far and near. Wed nesday morning, a loud clatter of hoofs was heard coming up the strects. K'verybody rushed out of doors to see what it meant. I t was two or three hundred sturdy mountaineers riding Into town on mules and horses, and they made a grand spectacle as they galloped along waiving their hats and shouting for Bryan as only a mountain eer can shout. They were of all 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. — 24 September 1896

The People's Journal T. c. ROBINSON, lditor. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. Subscription One Dollar a Yea Entered at the Post Ofilco at Plckens v secodti-class inatter. ADVERTISING RATES. One dollar per Inch for first inertion, 11 ty conts for each albset tent Isertiol Liberal discount. for adlvertimernents oil lli Ilild contracts. 'Terimts catsl. Ammatitl coli tracts, payatile pttaarterly. No favorites. One prie to ill. No sp, citl position or slitecia rates to foreign itl vertisers. All sate I iniust take tlie rit o the paper and jde by snch rates. Local niotic , it, lo-al colinii, lt cent: per line forj St, insert ion ItrIl1 lIve reiits fo eaCha b- nt .411i lios. Al s et for 4'o(inin g inste 4(it(0tle hi uld'v it not litter t hin lomtlav mioril 1he editor will iot. he reslionsible for Il1 views an4 oplititions of crresptetits,ll le'ss the saine are elitoriallv endorsed. (T4el'l'1A Y,~ 11T 1124, 1896. 11ddrtss tio t h1e Deoc 'llc (4 sout~h Carolina inl which h0 rT, Views 0he politieal ...

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. — 24 September 1896

Th~e Peoplos Jouirnal. lrOCA, I 'i-Ynu. Mras T1. J. H1unt (hod lit 110111 onl c)ulny morning i tho Dncui vii lo cofllIllitY lag4't ab1out 018 yonl 13. Missi Arto IAowis, of Andorsoti 24i!.,(11t01'C( the 1'ickoII4 1High ISchool iiiicoi 1.114 miiiiiagoliitii ot N issi Cari'io 0. S11,111, last wooC. Adjutat~i and11( Insj)octo)1 Generaln WVOtt8, wvill h) lit 1IllisIey o'n Oclo 1)111 7th, to i tispoci the~ icisl Guards(I, and1( it P101~(j218 ()It t1mt SOb ofr Octobewr to inlsjxCt the( 1ick0n,8 1111(48 SmcI nti e of 111P4,1lg oIf local military ill itiiothori coltilliti. Rovs. T1. C. 11l~otzieliw andl( A. W. I 1vek, of 11 P 4VL'l , N. (J., o(44' i the4 )pulit ofIv tie 11 cit i ye e n 411 it'It it 1.25 Iji rili n (' Ilj()V e(I Ive i h w11 41. i ve 1Q(41.4:81. E 1.h vfI. i vvv V4I .) 1111ii valt' Il st an chiiel14i l ! i be ( 1'4)W (1 w1 hiwallstt ('ii~li 11joe h nillh I 4 1. *Jrg11,i( . T 'I I fS 1)u1.(. 11II,. 44IN iI' t lwaN r V It W:11,t1 *night. )II( a~I t ' 1)I iiki I (. From~~~~~~~4 ...

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. — 24 September 1896

V9 It is not necessary to journey to the [4atin quarter of Paris to find lving romance, stories of unfulfilled ambi tions, empty cupboards, hlat purses and sometimes starvation itself. New York city, that Mecca for American genius, is filled to overflowing with ambitions mon and womon who flock there with high hopes and beating hearts. and who, once lost in the city's struggling mass of humanity drift lower and lower, and finally seek oc cupaition In the most humble and bit ter paths of life. Such creatures of misfortuno were the tenants of a small, sliaky structure in lower Now York, a building that had so outgrown its usefulness and decent appearance that it was known as The Ruins," which naic was most significant when one considers the financial condition of the old house's occupants. " We lived in " The Ruins," Tom and 1, pegging away at our pictures and )raying for that blissful day when faie and fortune would come, when we could shake the dust of "The !uins" from our foot 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. — 1 October 1896

_ _ THE PEOPLE'S _ORA._ VOL. 6.---NO. 37 PICKENS, S.' C., THURSDAY, OCTOBER i 1896 Bryan's Campaign Speeches. AT JIIC0DEt1CKSBURtG, VA. An Eloq uuent Tribute to Motherihood at the Giave of Mary Washnikgton. On his journey to Washington, D. C., Mr. Bryan halted for a short timne at Frodericasburg, Va., and he was taken to the monument lately erected to the memory of Mary Washington, the mother of George Washington, where a stand had boon orected, and the candidate addressed a large gathering of Virginians as follows: Ladies and Gentlemen: I am grate ful to the mayor of your city for his eloquent words of welcome; I am glad to renew my acquaintance with my colleague in Congress who has so kindly presented me, and I am ploased to groot the people who have assembl ed in large numbers on this occasion. Fredericksbu:g is not a large city and yet is rich in incidents of great historic value. Here the women of America have reared a monument to Mary, the mother of George Washington. (Great 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. — 1 October 1896

The People's Journal. T. C. ROBINSON, Editor. PUBLISHED EVERY THURBDAY. Subscription One Dollar a Year Entered at the Post Office at Pickons as second-cla8s matter. ADV ERTISING RATES. One dollar por inch for llrst insertion, fif ty conts for each ailthequent insertion. Liberal discount for advertisements on an hual contracts. Terms cash. Anual con tracts. payable quarterly. No favoritos. One price to all. No spe clal position or special rates to foreign adi vertisers. All sich must take the run of the paper andi abide by such rates. Local notices, in local column, 10 cents per line for first insertion and live conts for each subsequent insertion. Advortisenment,s for coining lstmue shoul I be handed in not later than Monday morn li editor will not ho responsible for t he views and opinions of correspotlents, i less the same are editorially entdorsed. THlURSDAY, OCT. 1, 1896. DISPINSARY SIIOltTAG.S. Thebank of Lancaster is short a few thousand dollars, owing to Unwiso investmonts by...

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. — 1 October 1896

Ti cople's Journal. CA1TEM1S. I .Austin will bo in Pick ons ')ctober 5 to 8. R at T. 1). Harris hins to say ,ok in another column. m itlia Stowart has boon vor for th past fow days, but >rted bettor to day. TI 11 of. Stophon Burdino -was Ltod tq probato on tho 28th Josoph Nalley obtained letto -aiontary. JO )billson's groat circus IS head ith and will ovidently I)itCl 11t.n in Groonvillo with in t1 t two months. Di y for some causo un kno us failed to Iloet 1is regu lfpoin timon t at the Pres bytorhurichi last Sunday. Supor Hondrieks and his clorkti A. RobinsonI, wOro in thou':) Tuesday attn"Iling to .)utsinertainting to coun ty af Doil to carefully read the tax Cdmr's not ico to ho fouid inl anotholunll and rom1 hlloer th den whiclh he will be in your 1ity. Thtens Rilies w%'ill l1mot lt, 9 a. n Tueschay, October Gth for arday drill preparatory th aininitptet lon Rh. A uill atteic' is I Iv (Os sar1.\ 'Flielve Milo Baptist, Asso ciatiolill meet,(, withI Shad v ovweirch, about. cig...

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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