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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 1 October 1896

Seftor I/ Twelve o'clock midnight. From far ill ross the country comes a dull, holiow, reverherat ng boom-the signal gun of the Spanish forces. Slowly, tlmostp painfull3', the Cuban patriot flung ick his light blankel,. gazed upwatrd for a moment at the burning mass of stars in the heavens. then fell back again to dream of bloot'y charcs made by the gray dragoons of Spain. and of their repulse by the sturdy Cuban machetetrs. " Surely not aigain, Sellor Captati n' One inubt indeed he cool to think b.) lightly of a task like ours." "Viva CubL Libre: You are right, I'edro-w, must he uip and away." This time the young Cuban sprang to his feet anlrid shook iiinsulf ts thougIt timt was at pulishienlit for his Iilomtienl tary forkgetitlnss. As ti two yolinog menl stand side by sil( itn tite boIt lu-l low iT, of the tmtn, it is eaiey to see t .t hey are not of ile lower caste ot' y. ij i ro's, a party tihat cotit prises a large kiivt iotn of tlhie patriot Itriny, but of the Ciban planter, a...

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. — 8 October 1896

THE PEOPLE'S JOURNAL. VOL. 6.---NO- - PICKINS; S. C., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 8 896 ONE DOLLAR A YEAR. Bryan's Campaign Speeches. AT LYNN, MASS. No Market for the Shoo Factorles When (he Farmers Aro Out of MIonley. 1"r. Bryan made a short address on Monday morning at Lynn, Mass., as ho was returning from the visit to Matine. ls rCmarks were pointed and appro priate as follows : Mr. Chairman and Pollow-Citizens Our opponlrents are all the time assort ing that the business men ougl'i to take an Interest in this campaign in order to protect their business inter ests. It, has always made inc indig nant that a few people in each commu. nity should assume to be the only busi ness mon in It, and should always in sist U)On thrusting their bUsilless in terests forward in preference to any body else's business interests. I have always believed that anyone who con tributed to i nation's prosperity, Who aded to a nation's wealth or to a na tion's greattness. Iwas a busiless Ialn. (Applause.) The iman...

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. — 8 October 1896

'The People's Journal. T. C. ROBINSON, Editor. TIlUltSDAY, OCT. 1, 1896. ANNUAL REPORT -0F THE COUNTY SUPERVISOR Pickens County, ]For the Yea-r Regin niny November 1st, 1894, and Endingl October 31st, 1895. To the 1r'esiding Jludge of (ho Eight Cirenit at the October term, 1811: 1Gilstrap, Ehisha, tpee comn 820 2 Bright, W W F, ollice sup plies 0l 1. 3 Ho!Clombe, F T, bridge 12 o 4 Langston & Por'er, bridgo 7 .. 5 31eaniel, ,J 1i (s. jail repairs 11 10 0 " diet prison' s -3-10 7 [opkins, .1. WN, constablo 1I 30 8 G3illin, .1 l, - 30 9 Lewis, E A, .1 3 10 Mauldi i, W 0, lridge S 0 11 Farr, 11 , bridge 10 25 12 Marlov, It C, bridg. 22 ' 13 Porter,' P A, bridge 15 ol1 14 UGulstrap, Eliha, spe co1 ' (.1 15 WyatI, J 6, bridge G 25 16 bIrdine, J T, bridge 15 (Ill 17 Hlledricks, 11 L bidge 211 "1 18 6 W .1", britdgo 5 1); 119) Hunlter, Eli.1s, bridlge 112 (it - 120 Stewartt, 0 S), blas;t ing 21 Ti1 21 " C, "7 (i1 212 61 NV 1), 44 - ; : 23 Field, 0 P, spenom 00 1.1 24 Perry. Roht,(1 00 ...

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. — 8 October 1896

The People's Journal. LOCAL ITEMS. Call on Sutlhorland & Grillin for good goods at low prices. Miss Essio Earlo left on the 28th lit., for Coivorso Colloge,Spartan.. u rg. Mr. Andrew Biamlett loft on the 301th ult.,for tho Citadel Acad amny, Cliarle ston. Mrs. Mfatildat Loopor, aind Mr. Samuel Loopor and wife havegono Onl a.-trip to Goorgia. MAr. E. F. Konnumur, of East Fork, N. C. ,a brother of our towns man11i, J. It. Kenneniur, was inl Pickons the latter part- of last wook. Mlareied, iln Centrai township, al the rossdonco( of the ofliciating ma~gi1trato, B. ). (Garvin, Alr. Da id Dorsoy to Miss Elfliu Evaun, all of this county. M r. Charlie Bowon, Soil <.f mlr postmastor, M. R. A. Bow(cn. ltVI onl tho 22n(d lilt., to miatr-icilato Ilk Furma1nu i Univoersity. O'4 pref(dict for our young frionkd, Charulie, a brilliant caroer. Mr. 'I'hos. Bitson, of (r'nvillo (n(4lty, 1111d M41 ss M41 illiv I)ter, and Mr.. Ja-s. Gun~ oofGren Ville Coun11ty".anld Miss linlh F()s telr, were gue...

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. — 8 October 1896

TERRIFIC STORM ON SAVANNAH AND THE SUI Twelve Lives Lost and a Destroyed by t Savainnti, Ga., iand vicinity was visitold by a regular West India cyclone onl Tuesday, Sept. 29th. which has bardly been equalled for intensi ty and destruction within the imoirnor of those now livint. The wind ren1( -ehd its highest shortly after 12 o'coek. but its exact velocity may never be known. The initrumnvt at the wather bureau regis~k rcd 06 mile.; an hour and then wenrt to piec-is. The barome ter went to 2s.8. I t wouid have gone lower and cven below tihe 2-1k :; of I:s9 had the storm con tinted loniger. The blow was practically over within two and one-half hours. but for that time it raged with an intensity heretofore unknown. Tin roofs were the spe)citil ptythings of the wind, and they were rolled up everywhere as if of tissue paper and with the nicety observed by the tinner in economizing space. There irust have been one hundred toils of tinl rolled olf of roofs in Savannrah. Bricks and wires...

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. — 15 October 1896

THE EOPLEOUR NAL. VOL. PICKENS'1896. ONE DOLLAR A YEAR. Bryan's Campaign Speeches. AT ST. LOUIS, MO. A Stirrinig andii! Paariotic Address at the Natioial Assoclattion or DCmixo cratic Clubs. A convention of the National Associ ation of Di)mocratic Clubs was held in St. Loui.-i last week, and Mr. Bryan was invited to attend. He reached there on Saturday afternuon, and in the evening lhe wats greeted by tn au dieneu of 17,(100U euthisistic admirers at the Auditorium, where he spoko as follows : Mr. Uhairman, Ladies and Gentle ment: Por just a little while I aIk your Iatte rtion. I dol't require a great deal of Vine to say all that I have to say to you tonight. The club can be of more service now that it was in pee vlios CamIpaigns because, this camn pa[Lign is being run by the people them selves. The club have adopted a button which bears the likeness of Thomas Jelferson. (Applause.) [f you had searched through all history you could not have found a mian more vorthy of being taken as ...

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. — 15 October 1896

The People's Journal. T. C. IOBINSON, Editor. TiIUR1SDAY, OCT. 15, 1896. ANNUAL REPORT -OF THE COUNTY SUPERVISOR --FOR Pickens County, For the Year Begin ning November 1st, 1894, and Endinj October 31st, 1895. To the 'resding Judge of the Eighth Circuit at th October torm, 1890: 1 (ijstrap, Eldisha, spec com ' 2 00 2 BIight, WN' W F, oIlicei sp plies 3.15 3 1 lolombe, E T, bridge 12 oo . LaLngston & Po1rIer, bridgo 75 oo 5 laniel, J t (1, jail re*pairs 9 41) 11 " diet plrisoni's 31 4t0 7 Hopkins, .J. v, constablo 11 30 8 Griflin, .1 R, 4 :1( 9 Ij'wis, E~ A, 4 :I5 10 Maulil, WN (1, bridge 8 00 11 F 1rr, ii W. bridge 16 25 12 tarkley, 11 C, in idge 22 81)0 1: Poirter, 1 A, bridge 5 500 14 (1lstrap, Elisha, spee com .1 01 15 Wyatt, J o, bridge 4; 25 10 Ilirdine, .J TI, bridge 15 ii0 17 Hendricks, -1 Lj, bridge 20 95 18 " WV , bridgo " ') 11 Ilutinter, Elias, bridge 12 00 20 Sbtwart, () 8, blasting 21 70 21 "t I C, "4 7 Ol 22 " W. 1, " 7 (0 2: Fielid, () 1, speo com 6 00 2-1 l'.rry....

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. — 15 October 1896

TILe People's Journal. LOCAL ITEsIS. Mrs J E Parsons Is very sick with ty P hold fever Several Itteresting coinnnleationis arc necessarily crowded ont this week Miss Lena Bowen Is visiting friends and relatives In Greenville this week. Married, at the residenc of the offiiat ing iagistrate, W. F. Ilondricks, of Pump H'inton, on the 11th inst., William Owens to Mism Alico (leni, all colored except the inagistrate. Mr. T. II. Boggs ind wife, of Birning ham, Ala,, came in Sunday morning to attend the burial of 'Mr. isogg4' brotter, the late 11ev.- W. K. Boggs, which occurr. ed at Lilberty at 12 o'clock that day. The following is a list, of letters reiain ing in the postofliceo ot Pickens for the .30 days ending September 10th. If not called Within the noxt 30 days they will be sent to the dead letter ofllee: NV. D. Roberts,lt. R. ReaCi, Mis3 P. E. Wilson, Miss Eva Wright,V. Greer Clement,iarry I.neburg, P. F. X. Furr (2,) A. W. Lawman. J. D. Moore is cut two crops of C time from the sa...

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. — 15 October 1896

THE GOOD - From the shores of Ltko Winnipeg tihe Rocky Mountains, from thu Caotu of the Missouri to tho North ,askatchawan, in every cimp and cabin, the name of Louis Lachance was fraught with pleasant ICImOieS to th nny. 'Tihe exceptious were those fow who hld not at oe501 timo danced a ,ong winter's night away, in lively jigs tr merry reels-of-four, to the Inspir ing melody of his tiddle, who had not iteiwd speu ill-)OUnd as 110 SLIg, in ha lf rt citative, some11 old-time legend of La p3,4l0 FrInice, or laughed, till tney eried, at his droll stories reeled oil OVr the CamI) fire, on thi march, 01 inl toino snug winter post. Louis wils a good-for-nothing, ats even those who loved him had to aicknow ledge. 1li0 WaIs I wanliderer of wan dcrers : here to-dary, aw;ay to-llorow, ever 1.1n the move tripping, trading, driving do, litbing, hunting, freight ing, trapping, It handy illan i) Cap. inl the wCoIs, Ill inbItt, or canioe, or oil the oLa i . at nom1e-everywheri". A foar Ie1: re. r,...

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. — 22 October 1896

URU* THE JOURNA L. VOL-. 4 0. PICKENS,. S. C., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1896. ONE DOLLAR A YEAl. ~If Slf. 1L( AI I COPYAtI.I -4396. y I C1lAPT1'jER I. The snow was miantling the wild waste of bairren prairio stretching to ward the white peaks of the Big Horn, shroudiig its desolation, hiding its no customed ugliness and warning scout, soldier or cowboy to look well to his landmarks beforo venturing forth upon its trackless sea, for oven thu cattle trails were hidden and thu stage road lost to view. Bet ween its banks of plis teninig whito the Plat te rolled black and swollen, for a rare thing had happened -0One so rare that old trappers and traders said they never knew tho liko beforo sinco first they sighted "Lar' mioe" peak or forced the passes of the Medicine Bow--there had been threo days of softly falling snow and not a whisper of a Wyoming gale. Thero had been a thaw in the Laramio plains, pro coded by a soft south wind in the park country of Colorado, and wholo fleecey hillsides...

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. — 22 October 1896

PeJ1 ople's Jun l T. C. ROBINSON, Editor. kUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. Subscription One Dollar a Year Enterel at the Post Oflico at Pickens as second-class matter. ADVERTISING RATES. Ono dollar per incl for first ilisertion, fif ty cents for each subtisequtent insertlon. fLiberal (l.l4cotnt for nlvertisenents on an nual contracts. Terms cash. Annual con tracts, pityable qatrterly. No favorites. One prieo to all. No apeo cial position or special rates to foreign ad vertisers. All ne11 jm(st take the run of the paper and1 abido by such rates. Localn 11411ioies, if) local c u01111111, 10 cents per litie for first, insertion andi tivo cents for each silbst-tiltentit ilsertiota.. Ativertisements for comtiing issue sh11(lt he handed in not. later than Monday morn The eIlitor will "it he re'p11onsible for the views 11111 opinions of correspon(lelt.s, uIn less the saine are eilitorially endorsed. TIll'iiSDA Y, OCT. 22, 1890. The approaching State Fair promises to be one of unusual in teorest 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. — 22 October 1896

Tlie People's Journal. LOCAL ITE3MS. Bargains in iints, at Harris'. Harris cnn food tho court crowd. Harris solls a pound plug for 20 conts. Call and look at that n1ico lot of clothing at Harris'. All kinds of cluIned goods, chooseo and crackors~iaIt,. 1ris'. W..8. Durliail will next \vor-k open1 a Shoo sho0p il the 1). W. Aopkins old stand. John A. Robinsoni, of Daeus'iVille townshipbas purc'lasul an elegant, caringo for hi.s 'ainily. Mr. A. N. llichardsol, of Ande.I 8011 county, was Inl town i\*on\ray on business aund mado a pleasant, Call oin tho i .)T I .. The EighItceen Milo A ianlic) will m110 0 1 W. . Nh'ynt's 1 S atur dlay 'itlh of Nov. alt. 2 1). nt. sinu'p. M. 1. l n.:)S, Pros. Oni accounit, (d, I.(tion( iec an(i 11'Wm ld verl ist'lli ., St )Illie e( >n l1 (1 tiI go 1\Tr'1' (4 ) . \-'k Sllillerl1ll1d & ( 1r liIll a I' d * u v recevingfres nodnoWgovidS. T1'4V('' )Uw I iig t . 1:1 1 (.46'. ne'\V store( rooiln Inl .1 (wk 1(r ten l da s. ster, enndidate, for Congre in t...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 22 October 1896

Bryan amp aiSn AT M1INNEAPOLIS. Aia Auienee of' WJves aIdMoter thensvel--t~nglttteBryan Ap pealed to Them lir f1ielp. The most unique feature of the cam paign was thu speech of Mr. Bryan to an audience ILde upl) exclusively of womeni and presided over by a woman. Two thousand wero present, and the presiding ollicer was, Irs. Shaefer, whose husband's father was the law partner of tle u1omline's father. When .\lr. Bryan arrived about 10 o'clock the ladies aroso en Imasse, waved their handkerchiefs and Ilags, clapped their hands and called his name-in fact, did everythingt men have done cxcept give three choers and a tiger. Mlr. Bryan res pk0oded to this g'reetinug as follows : " L.diesl this is ait novel experience, no0t only niew inl that I amn unaccteloml d to() resing ano aud iiec of ltdies ertirely, but also new in that I have to ('m01pe)te' agaiz nz? another ' boy oratorl . i1Uaughto and applase.) When I am talkini, against older perlsoll.% I have the zyin patily of the iothers :...

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. — 29 October 1896

VOL. 6.---N-4 PICKENS, S. C., THURSDAY, OCTOBIR -N L A rUPytuc.1 T . 1896. BY seen throuigh 13io drifts Cfok1inel ra: withl his litte pm ty of, :!!kimt,< ridiing to the front of tho lin. Lo - long afterwaird they remembered th-1 s, cleatr cuit, solierly, hihbrinQ, -with its aqupilinlo no, kooen, kiind. deep set eyes, tho gray wvhite imsit.. Snow wh~ito now, ats w-as his4 close(, cep podl h'ir. "Menl," Raid ho !In the firm tones.. they hid known so long and Well, "fully hal the anid atre somi o Ilh : away, but Kill Eangle, withi over 100 warriors, is right hero inv our. f'ront,; ,o, too, aire his woto en and chibiren; Fo, too, worso huck, airl somo of our ow-n unhappy caxptives. You aill knowv t he first thing thos Inians would do, wrd we to Ittick Is usul. woudi h to nutrl der those poor wlitad women i. This i now atorm is in our favor. We e en, p right inl uponl themn bef'ore w chr To ponies aro domn in tChi valey, 4o, tho south. Lot the firste io t oi;w.:tr throgh the viliago w...

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. — 29 October 1896

lie People's Journal. T. C. ROBINSON, Editor. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. ubscription One Dollar a Year Entered at the Post Olhico at Pickens as econd-class matter. ADVERTISING RATES. One dollar per iich for first. insertion, tif .y ceiits for eachl .4u bse IIltit. ilin rt ion. .rheral disouit 1rtvertisentent o an. r liefrI (1 1 t iiti'' 1 1tl. 1iv ('1 11 fo ,atlti' cotracits.tt ferni ('nsh. iA 15thmalcon r ats, payailo quart erl. Nfaliteiis. On prie ltponi all. Nfo sple ipositiont or speial ratiles to foreign td rtisers. All sttre (it rntiak te rin of o paper ot abide v sch rts,;. Local notices, inl loc-all .tphnnnl, 14) cenlts4 r mie forwis neto tiiv et o che useiten.) t insreron. 1epMdrived otth f(l'liti s or X Advertisentents forl .omlinig issue shonh e uIne inl not later thant Mondaymorn kg'a The edlitor wvill not heo respjjonle~~( for the ews and opinions (of orriponlieis, it s th ame are cditallyii. endorsed. TilURSDAYOCT. 24),1 . STATEu. ]FAIR1. The lie of il tarnw1r is nc str...

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. — 29 October 1896

e People's Journal. LOCAL rI'rams. Ot your tax rocwipt in (and ho o tho day of Olectioni. .amos Morgan is vory sick. D)r. -1 IS th1 attond ilig physician. . C. Alexauder is again with T. Iarris and will bo ploased to t, his many friends. 1on't forgot to tako your regis ;ion cortificao aid tax rocoipt 110 polls. u1dit-or Christophor- has linlish lis books and they are imodels eaitnOss and beautty. our tax PUCoi) ilnu;t bo pro Od It the polls as well as your stration cortiientI'. )r. Riley occupi(J(d the pulpit in Prosbyteriaui church inl Pick hist Suniday morlng al Reov. . 1-ardoni ill tho Ovolning. 'he Eighteen Milo Alliatico will it a1t W. I-1. Bryant's on Satur 7t.h of Nov. at 2 ). ill. sintry. M1. IP.Em.n, Pros. Walkol Malldill, soil of L'irry .uldin, foil froii a ladder 11as0 -k and broko htis c(lhir b:.-. . Ealrlo attended tho u fer. Would it not )(, a good idea f1. , towi coullcil to appoilt :n lklmr" Iead Its )olico (4licr of -dulns. Wo merely lmion 14 this a poiiterv. W. 0. ...

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. — 29 October 1896

Bryn's CaHpGigD Speches. AT BEFNTON HARBORt, MCH. wj1o Threats o Money Londers to Foreclose Mtortgages In Case Free Silver Prevails. Mr. Bryan loft tho train and was driven to the Hotel Benton, whoro ho spoke from a balcony. R?. 1. Jarvis, candidate for Congress, Introduced the nominee, whosaid, in part: " In the Banner Rogister, published in this city, I tind the following : 'Yes, times are hard, but we are not in the deepest water yet. If silver wins this fall, it will be one of the groatest disasters that ever befell the farmer. I have had for over ten years nearly twenty thousand dollars loaned in this county to farmers. In many instances paymnents havo been mot, but for a few years I have been compelled to extend tho time, and I am wilting to do so under our preeiont financial basis ; but if silver wiII this fall I will do what OVOPy other mn will do who has money out-demand immediato pay ment. I admit I may loso some of the interest, but I have at least three years to save mys...

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. — 5 November 1896

VOL 6- , T H E='S - - - - - J,.A V L N . KP C N S * , U j p y O \I Il(ki R ,6 O N E D O L L A R A E A l. Ta a r-T m Frayno.~~~~ 4-u-aarya mda-on -1 the ico wvas fonin y in i lFmli'c -. pools along 1 t1 he Jlattl, itlid t hat en trio stroarn itseli had dwiilled awy%, iI volum1o until it ICined but the gh4 iLt of its foriner self. Raging and1 unfordablo in June, swolleni by ti( melting snov of th Colorado adek :l the torre i N frtom the Mfte~iciIno ow, it Hpinit it.s trength in lie arid heat of a log, ,ry sunnner and whenl autunti Came was Wild -3 a I Mill stireai as far as the evy could reach and fordablo in a df o -aa places withini riflo shot, (if tho piw. Mainy a tiio did old FeItoI 'wish itr wasn't. Frayne's resrvation was big tud generous ; but, witiuckily, it. never cxtended across ti he river. Squatter. , uigglers anl sharpers could not in trudo upon its guarded limits along t he southern shore, a tht) naivrst grog gory--that inevitable accompaniiint of tho westward march of c...

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. — 5 November 1896

the People's Journal T. C. ROBINSON, Editor. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. Subscription One Dollar a Year Entered :at tihe Post Offleo at Piekens its seolid-elaiss inatter. A I)Ei''lTISING IIATES. One dollar per inch for first isertioi, fif tv vt ets for each su ist-wepiilt iise-rtioii. fli1ernll dim"Ist niit (tir advl\''ist'lilt'llts t'll ;an n ca i celitralts. l'ins h:ish. A ituurI n tra<-ts. rtoa': Ii 1u:n 1.t 'rly. NI( f~jgorirq.,. 0 14f- pr;41t- t,, :1i. N o slit cht j positi'ts 4-' spit-t-inll r:1teS lto fot-tignl stll vertis'is. -\|1 Suh1- ti nlst la il. tilt. r ti of the fiua Ir wid abide b.. silh rates. Local noin :1 1-;A c"11111nn. 10 cenits per lin. fr --|-i i.s t ) i 1 ' ct ilts f il :\t'\ ,-1 ii'lits fe'I 4ift 1: Zis: As5lt l 1 l lie Iluu I; n t I;I t hai MIil I t1t rtI Ji I I,. 'liT I - I I I li' I-'S 1 1il l lllt fir t lit' less tlt S : rI- e eititi'I i;lly entlirst-l. At tho tilnl of prt rso rep):r, ar- that I ein Iv has er rid t.- t. Full facts next lt nt Inu t o .10...

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. — 5 November 1896

The People's Journal. LOCAL ITEMS. Honly Porter had a very sick child last week. It is much bettor. Mr. Jas. A. Gilloipie, of Bre vard, visited Dr. Porter last week. Jas. R. Grogan, of Oconoe coun ty, visited Dr. Porter last Satur day. Born to Mr. an(t Mrs. Will Pitts on Wedioslay,Novemileir 4th, 1896, a boy. . , Mrs. Rob)in1 'Lewis, of Andoson Mills, who ias bon quite sick is improving. Mr. John Moars is in Pickons visiting his paroits, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Mears. Call on Sutherland & (riflin fot your coffoo. Choico lot eight potds for a dollar. Missos, Ula and AMeta Cox, of Greenville, S. C., visited W. H. Ashinoro an(1 fiami ly last weok. Mi. Zado Cox and wif .Ie,of Wasl ington, 1). C., is on' a visit to Al . Cox's piarelit's, Alr. and All's. J. F. Cox, of this place. The commutation Iax, aceor'dingp' to act of legistuito, nstISI ho em paid to tihe troasurvicr booro the 31 st 1), - cemIlber, the same as other' taxes larried , a .t residenlc( of thw ofliciating miinister N ov. J...

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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