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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 5 November 1896

THE RdM[HS Of ALL THE NATIONS. CH4INA ;I4iM4 NOAH AS FIRS' Thel 11en1ad .Wornel Who havi Inedg Overf Kinlg'doms anti En:It ies -A Interesti; Su n1111iry o Events. 'Je Jp p tsident of l'eru is Ge ral Nicol., 1ieroila. lIe Wvzelctd 'The anient imnaiehs of India wert. called palibAhri, frimn the name t) tthe ir eu, pita L!! Ity, iFor ovkr .00 years everylh--h king bre t .n:l (if An !es in a,, ditlin 'v 4 -':r. The Il in- lulu 'r in i e r 'a - fon ;ri ,at i. ,, Atti lad i .. h T ll- ' I i lli 'i and lkdi.: - a i ifn ; f . ) A . t o It ' I: I' thirty-fiu e i ' .' ' sid t' ah i,:c rep bie, an a' \'r the ;(ire: l t'1rm11 of l b i n in .;x'! . P ,It Ti ei cv u 1 Tuni3 s A. ha; no .- bze dri 're d n. IIt ee 1 that th ;-O a.. i 4f the Gre . T irh kn of ( i F i. \ a ndals was Gudnre. hoau.: e nt ione in .lilt; A. 1).Te I' at oe 1 wa Ge t mmC cI I' f Q L~tioity Khencti nt eieoie king of scot xlad in . t r h m his st o te t ie ae eewionl ta of tnes Vi. sotand h forty-four king-o.h Tihe name Aamn...

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. — 12 November 1896

THE _EOPLE'S JUNL VOL. 6.--- NO. ~~, PICKENS,. S. C., THURSD)AY, NOVEMBER ,i86ON D LARAYA THE ELECT( [he Strength of the Two Cand th ReItUr'S fromi Evei MIc IN lEY. NO. VOT',S. :! Iifornia................ ......... . ) ' lonectiilt,........................ . I) laware................... I IlinoisI ................. ........ 2 low,............................ 3 I 13(13111............................. . Ke.ltuzcky ........................... 3 \1 a in ...........................:.. G . . . .. ........ ... ....... 1:, i ane ..ta.......................... ! \Ir.V hId ................ .......... I % hijv l n~ ............ .............. v lampsiro ......... .. ....... . w'v .lersey....................... 10 N w 7 York ..... .....................:m c llh )lkota.................... i o .. .... . .. . . .. .. ........ . . . . 2: h I.hm.......... ... 3outil Dlcakot... ...................4 l'eim1 ont............................ 4 'est Vir'ginia..................... ' V i.c onsin ................

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. — 12 November 1896

T1e People's Journal. T. C. ROBINSON, Editor. RUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. Subscription One Dollar a Year Entered at. the Post Oflice at Plickeus as gec011-0ass4 tuatter. ADVERTISING RATES. 0t41o.1 uihr por i-elal for first. itisertion, fif Otey d r sr S d ubseq it e t . in s e rtio n . ~~ 'Trmsi , dsh. Aznimal eolt t ts ,Iyttlllo 4jtrt or%- No.pe nIt. O bite. 0 r ri.e to all. No sli . l )ositjol or specia r it's to fore igli aid Art r. All 81l' inust take the run if vo i alide hv such rates. j$110 lics I II loc.;il collitrai, 10 vents per linv for fir .st, l4ertiot and five cents for enc si isertion. e lAdvertisetliiill ftr eitiinig ismuei sbolli lie 1h11nded iil hiot lat er 11.1ti M4,1141. tIit-it hir.e editor will not l't' rtspitsillte for te views aind opitltilns "if 1"1*''.' ts, ull less t'le sante an' t1(li riit'rialh e(aiorsed. eTymitSA.N- 1T2A, 1.ET1O. Thl elwetio.n for pr:sidenlt (1f, 'l'nited States has huiin held iown) as to the Jley will take wext March and. c"an opportunit...

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. — 12 November 1896

LoCA L XrEMRYS. Dr. W. F. Austin will bo ill Pickons Novombor 16th to 19th. A car load of horses an(l mu11ls(1 f -)r salo. W. A. Ma'l ldin & Co., Easley. J. E. Parsons will open, lis, school at Koowe e school houso on Monday, the 16th inst.. Hagood school will opel Imon day morning, tho IGth inst. Tli Sichool WilI b( taught by Nis4 i\1ar garot Welhorn., Boyco Eugeie, in'ant son of ir. and M~Irs. S. E. Farr, of Avon d(lo, Ala., died October 25th, 189 aged one month. Tho Union meetiig of tile Pied mont Association will mvoee with Frienidship .1-churc onl the 1fet' Sunday ill Novembor. Mrs. Ann Grilin killed ia hog last Tuesday tho first wo have. homard of beil:lrki llied this season. that weighled "36 pounlds not. Coffoo Colfeo! ! C(ofIfee !! ! \V heat the World. Eight, pumls f*,r $1 and it is good. Suthrhuild A. Grillinl's is the pbiiee to get it. Dr. Robinson, of liiarly, is vis iting his Son, C. J.. RIObinson, ofd PickoWAS, this week. The Doctor is alwaVs welcomoe Visitor at tl...

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. — 12 November 1896

* 4 - 4,..'T \ 4, T bh-npat : n. . ui . \4 4 .\ r .~ 4 . 4 n n~.r '.n. lop1* 4 4,: t44l n' e~4 .'L eit 1'd d u}o ti4 N e I44 ha . l l \vr.. 4 v. It- f 144'nter u - we ha e e a4voalo 4.'4'14 4 11 or ;\-j to. t-1. a1-4p; . 44n 4 to. 444 1- pI ii -,4t f,~ ~r4~ I) -* - 4 *1i4 n u .'.t4 4 . a-I,4 - - 4*. a44 t .444.4 44 -1n u*4 * ( -1 i --4 g4 44 n a a boy , b t. .r4( . frh d.-- 1h 4 'h n . v*e4he.. ve o t4 retire '44' gr en. hae l noue an giv th4 nan s t e t na t o 0: in ere t.4 A p piue ,yfind w havefoum m er, nuv cat ng one t a 4)e 4 d44 ar. th t wee nohn4th ti * 'a al. i I 4hte and 44 tr4 a 4ap-4 4iu-.) W e 4tn in th 44 p i for' a . re era 4 f the4 financia policy. whnn h 41cm.dthi naountr4- fo:11 - the1-..41~ Americ nd.ople Oppia ..fo port f'1( of thosewhodubt thet Iil'h- '1 the(tI Amerlean people:4.. to ttend t thei own~' but nes. (A 441444I plause and41 cheer.) We444. do not expetl the 1upp..t of41444 thos tl '''p.lwll. (ma-i tan w~tie 444( le11tines ofe our 441 pepl j4i the own 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. — 19 November 1896

rH E PEOPLE S VOL 6.---NO. 14 PICKENS," S. C., THUllSDAY, NOV 1MBER i9, 1896. ONE DOLLAR A YEAR. TOVE III- 19 M'KINLEY A THE NEXT PRESIDEN' AND TH i-iEliF The Familiar Stories of Po Manhood Repeated of the ! William McKinley, Jr., the Presi dent-elect of the United States, has lived the life of a typical American and repeats the familiar story of poor boyhood, brave youth, struggling man hood, successful middle-age and honors thick upon him its in the 60's he began to reap where he had sown and gather ed the fruits )f a resolute life full of inspiration for all young Americans. Coming of good Scotch-Irish stock, with longevity one of the characteris ties on both sides of the house, the president-elect has the expectat'on of equally long years of usefulness In the service of his country. He was born at Niles, 0., on LXruary 28, 1811, whether his father had moved from Pennsylvania, his birthplace. William MeKinley entered the village school in Poland, O., to which his family had remov...

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. — 19 November 1896

The People's Journal 1'. V. IOBINSON, Editor. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. Subscription One Dollar a Yea, Etitt'ere Ilt thle Posimt Office a, Pickens a. eon-easmatter. ApVE RTISING RATES. Oie lollar per inli for first. iisert.ion, if. tv 1 ents for e t el s' Ihse l.ient iisertiovi. Lierlix'rl <u llstot t fil a1verimt tnk'nts oni nn 'itl co itraits. T 'r, itsl a11. Ainuial !oil. trat,q praile lIMOir rlly. No fav'4rilte. O ie pr41c 'all. No Site ciai piositiona or SiterVil rat es t o foreignl ati v4risers. Al11 stich lti st tk 111k te ruit of the Imlp-r andl abtide bY sitih rates. Lov.al not1ices, ill loc'al ('n.4111n1, 10 veits per line for- firs, inisertion aond five revids for 0,01elistbscr.Illt, iser t ion. Ativer-t isv te1is fo'r 11l.ilg init' s lild lie baned il i it later thani .Mondtay imorni 11 . he litar will iot i'e r'sponsible for tl views p11111 ions 4f c i-res ln'1Its, (ill Iss tl lit' t ' a'' vtit' *il l A 14 Any on41w who olsel.rves tho ro)i' eoediiLs of colrts is imlp...

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. — 19 November 1896

The People's Journal. LOCAL ITEMS. Rev. T. F. Nelson proached an able sermon in thou Baptist church at Pickons last Sunday morning. G. W. Kelly killed a hog on the 9th inst., sixteen months and fivc days old that woighed 460 pounds not. Elliott Mt. Konnemore ihas hogs that knock down two pannolls of fenc'o at it time. When hog kill. ing timo comes he wil! save thos:t -hogs. Mlarried at the Contral Baptist church, by the Rov. L. T. Weldon, on the 15th inst., at 8:30 ) p. Im., Miss Cora Martin and Mr. David Fricks. Rev. J. Ml. Stewart proached for the Cross Roads congregation last Suiidav their pastor Rev. W. C. Soaborn being called away oil 11 special occasion. IHenderson, the photogIrallher, will be lere fr two weeks. Call to set sipccimens, get. prices and hiave yOni work dlone. Satisfationi gtni'duiiteed, Goallery on Court.stuare. Will Terroll, colorod, was befort Magistrato Jot-kins Monday charg. od with violatiou of ithe dispentsa ry law. ie wa l fs defended by llr WV. F . Blass...

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. — 19 November 1896

A ripeN ti. Ic.IC a id(i3iilepublian. 11e1t, The defeat of irVan is as ineh thi work of (rovclr Cleveland as of Mark H ,anna. Not all the corrupting mi il lions of the R'epublicarn fund could have prevailed agailst him1 had not aIn adituinibtration elected as Democrltic set itself to rile oP ruin the Dmocratic ile purpose to do this ma1nifested itseif jst yekar il the promuotioln by Messrs. Gleveiland and Carlisle of the defeat of the free silver Democratic candidate for governor of kentucky, and the Prevel.tI.onl of Joe lIlackburn's re-election as United States benator. The adminlistratiol was behind the consp, Ilircy to turil Kentucky over to the Ieplilicatis ratlher than per-mit thbe Delnocrats to make effeetive their policy on the eoilnagve question. -:ver *ille then I'President ClevehInd and Ii.s cabinet have leen doing like work.for tihe Lt.Ipub:iean part.y. They knew that the Ilalsses of the Demo eratic pat~ty were for hiInetallism. and they must 111ve fh-setl wnat, inlelli g...

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. — 26 November 1896

L R --E PEOPLES -OL5 PICKENS,* S. C., TH URSDAY, NOV EM IBE, 6 ONE~ DOLL A Z Q roe'Yatt.T . 189. 5 CHAPTER VI Alarmed at MAls. Daunton's failure to rejoin themn, Leale had tossed the reins to his orderly, and, leaving Mrs. F1arrar seated in the sleigh, hurried into the building in sarch (if her. It was a prostrate, senseless formi lie found, close to the inner door, and only after a deal of trouble did she revive. Greatly alarmed, Mrs. Farrar had caused her to be driven straight hoie, and there the doctor came and Ellis and ministering angels without stint and questioners without number, but me antimno Lealo, with wrathful face, laId gone to his troop quarters and sumimoned his first sorgeant. Graice had not been with the men at dinner, was that worthy's re port. Hle was at the post exchange eat ing sandwiches and drinking beer at that moment, and Leale sent for hii. Something had tended to sober the man, for ho came into the captain's presence, looking sullen, but self pos sossod. ...

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. — 26 November 1896

pie's Journal wINSON, Editor. iyEy THURSDAY. One Dollar a Year Post Oflico at Pickens as ier. tjdIcli for first insertioni, fif ,el ithnsel tisertion. for nelvertisenrent"ts ot it 'pots1 ensh1.' A Isita oti to artrly. Orji price to aill. No 411. perial rates to foreigti atd mel mtt111st. taktm thet, ruim of tiide by stch rates. ,inl locall C(olinitit, 1o cents insertion and live ceitS for itsert ionI. t's for rOllig1 issate shid it lakter than Mottdhty niorri 11 not hep reslolnsible! for the i0n of orrespfnaients, ul o edit orilleeb lrt'l .DA YNO%'. 2(, 189"). rats soi'll -yaln the pai With Bry I t e lliil > accompl1)ishI n1 for il( he r1 ho lzopuli ise for fail oxtravagailt- I 1 Socur t Tlley will alI ie or 1) tho eou nl piirsutl d o( t lit, jtj1) thei oIt th1 Na nt i >ll ,I o )1 h 1 i - - .it and r tig pr i ist'd Ti lit l ist tIu'S wtt n jl 1) wa*it unt il t he plodges4 i1 and lle tiimo (df ro past . Thlis has ovor til l I II lay tIll, poople . tu11licells aro ho-inliig 1d e...

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. — 26 November 1896

The People's Journal. LOCAL ITEMS. Thanksgiving Day for Uncle Sam, but not for Mr. "Turk." E. J. Prince and several of the younger Princes took in the show at Groonville last week. J. B. R. Freeman has moved to town and is now at home in the Bramlett house, which he traded for. A big corn shucking occurred at the county farm last Saturday. Steward Hunnicutt raised lots of provender this year. The time for holding the Pres bytorian Sunday F'cheol has been changed from 9.30 in tho foronoon to 13:00 o'clock in the afternoon. The Manchoster (Va.) Gazotte., of w1ich James Raihns, formorly of Pickens, was the onginoor, has flew the track and gono where the woodbino twiaoth. Mr. T. Nuintor, of the fir'm of HjunIte)r & i111111iton, Liberty, pai(l the JOUNAL'OfliCe It most JIle1,1 call oil (lly laist wook, as a,51o did J. E. Payne, of Calhoun. >rick work of A. M. Morris' ro hotso is comploto, an( t say that the building up in Prominence liko a it on a locomoti.vo. lr-. and M's. Zado C...

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. — 26 November 1896

l'I oin' back down to gra1 'pa's, I w4)nt colle back no more To hear remarks about, my feet A-i tldyin ' up tihe lloor. They's too m111uch said about my clothes, The scoldiln's ever done I'l, goini' back dowin to grai'pa's, Where a boy kinl hev some funl. I dlug n> half his gardeii A gittin1' worms ler bate; lie said Ie used to like it when I laid abed so late; lie said that pie was good for boys. An' candy made 'em grow. .. EI cal't go to-graln'pa 8 I'll turn pirate fust you know. lie let me Iake his shotgun, \n' loaded it or me. 'hi'e (ats hitl (Put in the bari, The tens 11ewv' up a tree I h1ad a circus iii tho yard W ith t weit v otier boys I'ml goin', hack do4wnl to gran'~pa's, Where they ail't afraid of noise. lie ilidn't im-ike %ie comb ray hair lit once 'e twice a week ; lie wasn't watclin' out fer words itilidn't orter speak ; lie tol. tie stories 'hou33t 11he war .\ ' I juns shot 4tt1 \\est. h, l'Im goin'l down t gran'pia', Fer lie knows wat boys like best. lit' evein ri...

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 December 1896

A K. THE PB 0 6. JOURNAL. VOL 6.---NO. PICKENS,l S. C., THURSDAY, DECEMBEIR 896. ONE DOLLAR A YEAR. lka foWY'Ref.1 .891,- BY ClIAPTER IX. A snow eloudI was hanging over Fort. F rayno that lovely ifhristnas evo, and the 1110011 One downi through a flil1y veil of lace and east black shadows on the dazzling .s'surface. Everyw hero about the post lights 'wer t wvinkling in the quarters aind somids of soldier merri ment and revelry came fromr the bar racks. Over at, the asseilbly room Rorke 11111 is arty weo still busily at work hanging festoons of green and complet ing the decorations for the morrow, while in tho several louscholds among the officors dinner parties or similar en tertainionts called together under one roof or another almost all the families as well as the bachelors of the garrison. The children were rejoicing in their great Christmas tree at tho chapel. The colonel had bidden them all to his big houso for ia 8anta Claus party after the public ceremony of the post Sunday ...

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 December 1896

~ Journal, T. C. 10BNSmno , -dtr PUJLSHED EVERY THURSDAY. Subscription One Dollar a Year Entered at the Post Offico at Pickens aa second-class matter. ADVERTISING RATES. One dollar per inch for first insertion, fit. ty centa for each uitibsequetint i-nsertion, iberal discount for advertismenents on an nual contracts. Ternms cash. Annual con. iracts, payale quarterly. No favtorites. Ono urice to all. No spe. Clal poaition or special rate% to foreign adl. vertiser.i. All tiweht nust, take the run ol the paper atel atide by such rates. .Local notiC(e., ill lotaI colutiln, lo eontm per lint for tiret insertion and live cents for chlt SIthsa In vit- insertiont. Ail vert i-winteuits for comitng isatte shotlil bel 1141-.h10l in not lateir ta i M onlay tuorn ie edit.r will not- h- responsible for tht iowv.s ad opinions of correi p1 oItents, un. less tlhe F:hm- are edit'rialv tiocIrsed. ''i' 1!{SDAY,DliC. 3, 1896. Sometimes wods o:f Complaint are gratvful, boing'anti acknowledg iont of merit...

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 December 1896

The People's Journal. LOCAL ITEMS. Read what Harris has to say in this issue of the JOURNAL. Dr. W. F. Austin will be in Con tral December 8th and 9th. Winter sot in on the first in oar nest and on tho socond it snowed fiercely. H. A. Stokas, of Bowman, Ga., paid the JOURNAL an agrooable call last Friday. Miss Nora Smith, of Dacusville, is visiting her sister, Mrs. Win. Pitts, of this placo. Miss Olive Thornley loft last Monday for Charleston whord she will visit her aunt, Mrs. B. F. Kra mer. Hendorson, the photographer, will only bo in Pickons for a few days 'longor. Call and got your work done whilo ho is horo. Messrs. McDonald & Nowton wish to say to thoir patrons t.hat they will b at their gin on 'ITies days, Thursdiys and Saturdays. The managers of the federal eloction can got their monoy hy calling on Clerk of Court, J. M. Stewart, as it is now in his hands. W. N. HUGIIS. Miss Evalyn Dunlap, a most charming and highly accomplish od young lady of Paris, Tonn., visited Miss ...

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 December 1896

Bill Arp Tends Flowers 1j .il Wathes lilt %oik "M Il-aises i Neighibor-He 3eets a V.rit md of child homod Dhays Now ti' at the elections aIre , lil over, Ivi ur''"i hind'- anti turni over' a Iat t)Liu P. LJOx t hat yin n .31Arainfn n-' t 'i' ad a way pr t wt dit t'll iii h ik . fig t'l iii I riti al it l t w' a) I i t V Oa - urit . a. . t w m k. y m-I l r u alway-s ! I '; k itn N l the I il;t ' Inu ml 'ay V L- i1 , a 1 vn ;' .'.g Tune i . i A- iny mhtu:: in any rec c?)thtY *W 11*11) li l i t'''l h t th h 1 a" - I I o fig tr': . i n: kal eted all thie( litInli . T -t' :. I 'v fail fi It un Ithe' a ne things ar1 not L a i';;u'- II i :)' t i o 're. i ti- ' %*i.l- liit i1e. I w" kiu i.ad yt oned'y e ao g ' tht !It taden and ot Ti!- a sweat, of T"er ,it'a vion IM'oO r Iig tre's had i twei the beds andi the chrymanthvimnins had fallen down and had to bo stalked0 up and tied and the oAd canna stock had to bte cu down and retuON ed. By Oe timei I hal zt, et verything ill good 1,orde tand 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. — 10 December 1896

THEPEOPLESJ 4 ----.-.---------~~_~_~~_*_-_ VOL. 6.-NO. C PICKE'NS"'I S. C.TUSAE~m R n M ~lop, JUSt US fh't unIt I' f tj!y on WA Vnnt I of tlly 144'!in t:, 4 I~ ,11 41 oil''( 41 4k4 "'. for 111(, gar.i4.I.u '14(4 rI'-S NVt i, I 111ienlI' ) t long codll ('. 1111 ~ i k fc va mVoU11(1 awaVy (lhroi1p4 thle shini114r ofI posit. 44.11(1 l a41 vllIii ai v Nvie 11 1 ,41117 1 fr it tena ini of ach I~tIir11. o()1)e t;~I 110 Sel's 4 -t'ljlie'll ch1ll'il, (l4i is Id 11414''' Ill't and4o1 illwt hi the .(4114 l4 . or444' 41 lC llel 4.l I aj%~l 14) W jjl( hIll .(lI 411 4!t:t h atoity4.4d'41144 x 4 Wi It ill 1411114C, er, 1'n in l t, 'x' ea.gh 1o .~10 44. d:::4 Ctcoii ill , o t~jjIe l -ict.' ( 1 I e 4'11 fling couldec trii~'.: iiit-I r W 4!~4' .' Dig R14) 10's bra9v:"a's 14) Nv4ill 4111 thho sins,'1. 1441' 44'I4''(' Jof .i [h,,1 jit f1Ild ]ilV v 91 '4 'if)4 11--l A. uv.- 01". ctl4 N%11 it th 4elir 1,- chi ,1' i;A:24) it. t thmey 'xo'1i l ut it IJ47 4j J t r 1 k1 411 14 1411114S, \V'l9t whenrl4 11)1 ...

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 December 1896

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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 December 1896

The People's Journal. LOCAL ITEMS. Quito a crowd was in town salo day. Tho Groovillo Nows will don a now dress, tho first of tho now voar. Mrs. P. H. Portor, who h as been quito ill with pnoumonia, is coll valescont. Mr. G. W. Traylor was in town last wook, and was the guest of Dr. Portor. Road what J. H. Brown, of Lib orty, has to say in another column about suits. Jiudgo M. Welborn killed on the 4th inst., fevo hogs which aggrogat od 1,712 pounds. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Wolborn, on Novembor 14th, twin boys. Tom has had a broad smile over sinco. Rev. Thos. Johnston, who has been seriously ill, has taken a d cidod change for the better. Dr. Porter :s attending him. Josso J. Lowis, of Anderson's Milis, about the .st inst., killed two 11 months' old hogs that their combined woight was 661 pounds. Marriod, at the ofliciati.g magis trato's, B. 1). Garviii, on tho 7th inst., Miss Ad(lio Ropor, daughter of Marion Roper, to Mr. )urod Owons. Tho Twolve Milo R iver Baptist Aseociation l...

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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