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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 10 December 1896

fAfAL SHIOOING AFFRAY IN [DG[FI[[U AN OLD lPOLITCAli 1-143,1). 1,114111 to Wiliam HiVC TI Iteu IIi(!' iti Buhe balS ijt (')tI'lloltyel Wfitl pel- to' lt' V HV%1 leoujtld bya (ho 1iI hi , v I~I~L Awilo ('11 ilt 611da ft -rlIlooll *j . ~ -1. i the tte~vs spriead I h2a Vi :ii~ a-'thli Lt Cizadijt'' foi Ii 4e',:at urc antr ce I i'iri - i ti IIIliI. dI to) his chl t I -ii i %VL. - * ilL'l kilithaloM r z N. ,I!e'C h t p n i l N I. t I Lt :-~ttV , '1 1;11tI% \V4,r I t; \ \ - If I-1 s; ..IIot k-3 11 Id't for ttl fc i i. I a \a I L V *. A .,(d1f, ! It itd to 11. oft. low niIFLu i of its "iivnlidnii '.v. Ucim, mi vicar. 8o 14('3tiiul, ar'l .,k blueito In l j)11(cc.', Nvith Ii Lvc- be~iliing over b1)05001, ail fotttitotituI Wivthi lonig, wvay ivI: Shalish liilsl-, V.'l So11 5 Ithotllis i li" %vt~L''r. It'34JiS of 'lovidhi.. I ovt.(i' QHI ~i arc )' to~k who 1314'. Iiv il 01 iiiiku a study of the po t - "A . As W V! pc'liiani iifly in its long, -.k(1;W. vudt' of the Hit 1 l, I ilc fuaniou.s il i...

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 December 1896

Tl"HE PJ4-OPLE S _ORA_ VTOL. 6:--N04. PINS, - ., C THURS--AY, w--ECEMBER=. 1k, CHAPTER XI. Ton o'clocC and no one yet camo rid ing back from tho column with later news. Almost as soon as the command had disappeared from view Mrs. Farrar had gone home, Helen, Ellis, Kitty anid Will in close attendanco, and t.cro they wero presently joined by Aunt Liuerelia, whose volubility even calamity seemed powerless to check, and then, to the ro lief of all tho women, Captain Lealo knockcd and was promptly adiiitted. "I am in search of my right hand m'an," said ho, with his bright, cordial smile. "''They toll me ho is playing Achilles and sulking in his tent, but I havo work for him1 to (10,"' and then onco more did Kitty look remonstrance, for she could fcrm no idea of work for him that did not involve deprivation for her. "You are not going to send Mr. Far rar away after aill," she began, but Loalo laughingly checked her. "Far from it, "' said he. " II ieed him at the guardhouse and mean to pu...

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 December 1896

-he 'POple's Jouri T. U. ROBINSON, Editor. PUBLISHID -Viiy TVRu SDAY. E Subscription One Dollar a Year D( - .---.-.- - 7it Entered at the Post Office at Pickens Di e0COUAd'OJ" matter- .. pr ADVERTISING RATES. m bno dollar per inch for first insertion, fif ety cots for each subsequent insertion. th . Lberal'discount for advertisenents on an- sc] nual contracts. Termccash. Annual con tracts payable quartory. Wi No iavorites. One price to all. No spe- b)o cial pjosition or s pecial rates to foreign ad- I vertisers. All such inist take the run of the paper and abide by suel rates. Ia, Local notices, in local colunnn, 10 cents or per line for first insertion anti live cents for each subsequent insertion. H Advertisemients for coining issue should th he handed in not liter than Monday morn ing. The elitor will not be responsible for the 1.i Views atid opinlois of correspondents, un- sI less the same are editorially endorsed. W1 T1llURtSDAY,DE1C. 17, iMtif. ad PRESIDENT'ISpYIESSAG E. Prosi...

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 December 1896

The People's Journal. LOCAL ITEMS. Trunks and valisos at Harris.' IMadquartors for Santa Claus at; Harris'. Wagons, carts and volocipedos at Harris'. Bring the children to Harris for Santa Claus. U Hari is w ants 10,000 bushols of cotton soo d for the cash. Smith & Bristow, of Greenvillo, C have knocked oil 20 per cont. oi all clothing. Go aid see seethem. Oni account of legal advertiso mionts several important commliflu licationls aro niecessarily crowded out, this wook. E. M. Kon nnoo killod on the 3d inst., a Polan1d China, Ohio improved stock twenty-Iwo month old hog that weighed 783 pounds not. Married, on Docemlbor 10th, at I the residence of the brido's fathor, d A. W. Kay, Miss Vostor Kny to a Mr. King Masonugalo, Rev. M. L. d Jones officiating. Tho appointment on Pickens circuit for next Sunday are its fol lows: Rualmiah ll a. mii.,Fairview 3 p. im. Norris .1ill 7 p. im. W. M1. HARDNa P). C. A K. Park says ho has $'15,000 worth of goods that he knife has S 1,o 'ii put 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 December 1896

Au hiteresting Session in Charleston Aaie Gal'ug il the City by the Sea. A Gencrous Welcome and Bountiful Hospitality. GratIl'yiig Progrcs init lDeCom1ina tional Work lhaling hilie Yecans-. Spe 'al to -lhe .iuntaixincer' Bound for th " city by thl sliel " a portion of the mouitain dilegattion left Greenvilie onl Tuesdiay imiorning. For theiar a lciki atit an therO had been prov ided by th So ittern rat I lwvy it spectial cach which startted it. with (1tuiteat tt ttnb'er of dilogatets ai v is Hors to tla mati of the State -ontt tit'l of likot.ist'. ith t progress of thII' I t '" dtint nevassonsto h vat' e r la t I t I bhod :y ' ltw kii Iaca c wather thv. Th1 'tis. 'tru 1)t i 'tc'v ic ' 0iw t etouds, an -- oflof wh i ct h 0a. 2' tin i t n a in ' the - tira t -i I gleam'a wit c- a a - T -i i . t i t -n l i - - at l --; ti ' ca t. \ a ..:-' - - . . i lievt. .I. .\. Iitrow n -- ..try of:c : . t an g. .\ pti~ a. r v a rt uta c b:: . I- . " ' 'aerhead ccf (sdc," int wn..-a tao t'ubjcat wal...

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 December 1896

c. 9A 9 4 VL6.-N-49. PICK(ENS"~ S. C., THURSD)AY, DECEMBER 896 6 ~e z retvaK1. abst,. Bv t. I CIIAPTERI XII. The long expeteil Chiistwas ball was In full swing, but tho late coiersenter ed svow covered and buffet-ed, for at I howling blizzard was sweeting down from the gorges of tho Rockies and whirling deep tihe drifts about tlie valls of old Fort Frayne. Li ale had como in about tattoo, gravo aid tiiturtn, his fio face shadowed by ia sorrow whoso traces all could see. He had cooie for no festive purpose, was still inl unttdress uniform, an(1, after a brief low toned conferenco with his colonel, had turnedI at once in search of Helen Daunton, who, vCL sinco the dance begant, hadI hoveied t ar the winfdows tlat looked out toward the guardloutse, barely 100 1 yards away, yet now, even witi its bril liant light, only dimly visible tihrough the hiing storim. Twice had Mrs. Far- J rar essayed to draw her friend into tihe little circle by whieh sie was surround- I ed, but I0eln1k h:1(1 s...

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 December 1896

'A. Subscription One a i Yea Entnied at tho*PostOffleo at Pickensas second-class natter. ADVERTISING RATES. One doilt ch for first insertion, fif ty Cet'ts fo Subsegiuett insertion. Liberal dliscott ativertisbmeeita on at nual contracts. .lls m e-4h. Anumlj Con tracts, payable quarterlyd No favorite. - Onopice to all. Nonape. cIal Position or spcla t'rates..ftdgig 1 ad 1ertlsera:A u nuc it take the run of thby such rates. 1 0 0 Otces, in, - loc il Col 111nm, 1 Cents H line for first insertion and live cents for subsequIent insertion. ertisenents for.coming issito shotild nandoed In not later than Moadafy morn ing. The editor will not ho responsible for the views and opinions of correspoients, ut less the saime are editoriallv endorsed. TiIURSDAY,DEC. 24, 1896. Cuba. Cuba, poor bleoding Cuba, as Genieral Richbourg styled her in his famous canipraign speeclets, is gainingtrocognition-at least, at the hands of tho Senato committee on foreign relations.It is to be hop ed that the news i...

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 December 1896

The IPeop4le's Journal. - t . LOCAL IT]EMNS. 0 There will bo a Christmas treo e - at Kod~Woo church on the night of -a the 26th inst. t Treasurer Youngblood has only eight days to collect the taxos of ono-third of the ,tox-payors inl the county. B. A. Fostor, of Loopor section, t capturod a hawk hast wook that b measurod3 foot and 9 inches from 1 tip to tip of wings. In order to give thoJournal force anl opportiiiunty to spend tle holi days, the paper wvill appear next d week iml half shoet form. B. P. Griflini, colorod, killed 3 d hogg some tei days ago ago that a th aggIegato weight was 775 and 0 avoraged 258 pounds 1111d ia frac- b tioin over. J. 11. Aborcrombio, Jr., of the h Hughes section las moved to the a R. A. Bowon plantation. Mr. Ir- 0 Vin Millor will movo to the Payne f, place closo to Glassy Mountain. The Oolenoy River Baptist As sociation minuti s .0 are now ready for delivory and can ho had by calling on W. R. Sutherland, the Ir clerk, it his residence in Pickons. V M...

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 December 1896

-~~~ Wkenilo 6\tainleer. Id Wdddecember evenling. -A s IA-i 'Wered thri~gh the btreet V, Oft bustlinggi biyct, - . W W the sound of pitssing feet itang out otithe frozen pavemerit 48 the su ging crowds welit. by, 11tsten hig cO e8CIp the 811ow storm Githe af'er the wintry shy: WI sawaicture, 0ue0 1 ilever can I fvrget, 'Tie Iuingi tpoi the wall of memory - in jewelled case 1 sCe it yet. 1iraijed Within at lighte- window - Stiids to.nIight 4a lovely boy, Clad in suit of riches~vclvet, His fair face radiant, with joy. Curls that form a len aircole Round a begw as wile e as siow, yes as blue as dew-gemmed violets, -Of, chieek and lip a rosente 1-1ow. P'leering tflirough the winitr' *Ir mess List11nha as'th 1Co01ti wi OWS, Hoa ag hi < sill gladness he su ,'raa i t snows v s !" I Now I know that goldeil viN -Of 0h omiling morrow bright Are glidinig, one by one, bef ore him, Filling him witih wild delight. Ite hiar thi e.ilverell' sweet tinkle, The fuir-lined sleigh1, the dasiing team,...

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. — 7 January 1897

A' PH I IOL TH PEOPL' S JOUR NALt, VOL. 6.---NO- 50- PICKENS, S. C., THURSDAY, JANUARY 7, 1897. ONE DOLAR A 'y. CHAPTER XII. Jack Ormeby did not go cast by the first train after Hie Christmas ball as had been his purposo, but ho saw no more of the lady cf his love. Late that dreadful night, rousing for a few me ments fromn tho stupor into which she had jeml thrown by the aitnouI net that it was her own brother who lay thoro dowustrIcken in the midst of his career of. orige 'and shame, Ellis Far rar, littli by little, realized tho wholo miserable trufti, that he, her brother, was the Inn who had wrecked Helen D.aunCon's life-I-Iclen, who, to sparo that Invalid mother an added sorrow, had hidden from her the name of the man whoso brutal blows and curses had rewarded her love. More than all did Ellis realize that the lover, whose loyalty awd devotion she horself had()%paid with scorn and contempt, had --ti-red her words in silence rather thiih betray another we man's confidence and 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. — 7 January 1897

.,,W-iptioI1 Ojne ~l a Year jKitercid at tho Pom4 Onlco at Pickenii as secor'd-chum~ mattor. A I)YI1It1I8NO A I(*TE. Onn o lilr tier Iid-h for fi rmt ivortloti, ff tyV velkt for estch 1411 1444 min41t insurtin. Lib1 eral 4ii m-min t for 1441vert 144e14114 i l till mia 41k onutr:14t. Teriii vaiid. A .ntiat (,4o1l So fatvcri tel. Ois ; rviti to allI. No sii ig Ci3I j)o.1tion1 or simP4111 ratem' to fo1re4ign adl the 1114cr and1 iklidos by mueli rut t-4. per linri fo~r first. i un-.'lol n t iI, 11v ve hlt (or1 A' Iv i ll l j4 i~i4t4 i 41 1111hg isil, tllii t lie han-Ie'I in niot lateir 111111 Mt lt m41113 orn~ TIhe e't itir il i h lt rtil r4' i blo1144 for tihi vi,,we and1 o44141 n. I i t(he 44 orneIi-i uil'its, till 1 eqs the~ sayno- are edi tioilk, em'114t411'i. TIIV1*1SI)AY. J1AN. 7, 18117. TUE. LECISE.*'ITSU Criawill siatt uimt~x 'l'isdi AA. will kayVo the (1l)Pm'Lv.Ul1 t at &*r1n U P pe1Sjuih1 grewf PitI~ 0)1 ron gla O ~t( 11 the lm-i 1tst 'r 11 ht b oov. Gr~u 'i. jUV f I'abr p...

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. — 7 January 1897

hle _eoples Journal LOCAL ITEMS. -Col. J. E. Hagood returnod I Charloston Saturday. -Miss Gortrudo Hlagood, of Rai ley, visitod in Pickons last wool -Thore was a largo crowd i town Monday attending tho sale -Miss Emma Finnoy, of Ando sonvisitadMiss Mattie Hester la wook. -Hon. W. G. Mauldin wal i town Saloday among his consti uo0nts. -The social)l givon at Dr. J. I Curoton's last wook was a groe SUCCoSS. -Miss Nannio Croiglor, of Spai ttI)uig, visited Miss Corrio Bruc last weok. -Miss Alice Littlejohn, of Gaf ney, S. C., visited the Misses Rict ey, last week. --Misses P ario and Lucia Fo gor, of Easley, visited Miss Corri Bruco last wok. -The Hagoo(d school will opem noxt Monday. L. O. Maulidin wi be at tho holm. -Missos Nettio and DIan ent i mmes, of Groonville, aro visitin 11ad lecImickens th is wook. that it 'W, R. Prico. of Sunny D1al there dow?. ' townlolhslls n n career of o w' hi businmsh aid it rar, little by riends nisorable trut-I. 11ondricks, of Easle Was the. Rh"ip, paid...

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. — 7 January 1897

Th MIth and ge C'i AI)VA\'CIC TILAT HAS BIE1 MAlli SINCI' 1800O. Govrno 1-ansSketche's the Proi re 's a l'Irospevi-ity ol' Sotit lCal 011:11--110i1es, F-'armts anid WNVI'n1 ollit' for 111 Comers, 21. It titu. the in4t nn r in t rit r Vw ' all t' - a' !.nlli n \ lil nt 'tVl V "Ait 114 1 -; eV' 0 211 'I t i t k h\ b-. (. [1 t- V tihai t t I ti 444'ac rn pr't( 414a.40-ha <4 4tur p I 'i! It 4 ei flt' t l 4441 t.4 4 'l j ' \ t it V"b4nnel ithin44 4141 l44iie.'i That .-ih an enterpr - woul '4ro il . 4 4"le 1 1,hout 4,4i4'i4., if '4.4 l wa.-. w44 r4 a., a 4 4 .. n 414-a ber Ito ti4 ' 444 t-i rf) (4 ' 4..[ 4h ' 4444r e4 tax4i144444,14 i t.r. litt r bro4h 44 .o s ti o ...4'' 4'ni..4 ;14.-.4u .4 dnw il 4n:w :' tr - i : aune t 444 ' an, t. in U r - I ' 4 n 4 4i t'141 '. I t'. 4' a ' tu t ' fat' 'i ('44-- w ;. i t t.'tit l.14 .'1 4 41dt ('.4-4it i 4. ittn id i 44't r ower ' 144 .in th i-' '44unty,'I4 and [ 1r i a 1'irl .th i 4 hi ' 1.004 horli st 4ow r ', wil44 he4( runini" "4'inil, 4 thi' '...

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. — 14 January 1897

SH PEOPL R VOL. 6.---NO- 5 PICKENS," S. C., ThURSDAY, i\NUARY 14, 1897. ONE DOLLAR A YEAR. CHAPTER XIV. The Twelfth spent its Now Year's day hot on the Indian trail. Into the foothills it wound, tortuous and full of peril, for from every projecting point, frdin rook to rock and crest to crest, the warrior rear guard poured their firo on the advancing lino. Charges were fruit less. The nimblo ponies of the Indians bore their riders swiftly out of harm's way, and only among the charging force did casualties occur. Still, Fenton had hung like a bulldog to his task, hoping before nightfall to catch up with the main body and the movingvillage, then to hem it in. Numerically he was lit tle better off than the Indians, as 5o Indians can surround 500 troopers much more effectively than 500 troopers can surround 50 mounted warriors. Through Bat and others ho llad vainly striven to communicato with Big Road, to assure him no harm would be done; that all that was necessary was for him to re tu...

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. — 14 January 1897

I ~ ~ I II PUBLIBIED EVERY THURSDAY. Subscription One Dollar a Yea Enteredl at the Post. Ofilco at Picketns actcioi-elass matter. ADVERTISING HATES. One sotllar per Inct for first insertion, i1 t v eeutit for t'ath sulise(ptotit itisertio1 1.iheral tiseottit for advertsstis oints on it nmal emitracts. Teris ensil. Atntal cur tracts. ay:'it' iluarterly. No favorites. Onle p-ice to :111. No spi ciil ptositiott or special rates to foreign at veTiisers. AI sucli unst taikt tih ru u the pa er al I abide' liv snieh rttes. IA4 , in V1: t111ot1titti1, 10 vet per line for first insert ion it l ive cents hi ,e~e l eltn atisertitl. Adive'rtist'nieilltS for e'timit is e lm l 'he h:mdel it not later t itn Motuty irt iniz. Tie elitor will not Ite resotnsible for il1 tien 4 Aand opittiotis of corre'spltiltets, nt il the sane at, editoriall entdorseil. Tilt Is$).\Y. .d.N. 14, 1897. Tii: ISPENiSAlRY. Rpret' t 1ie Burns, of Ocone couliv. has prepar\ed a1 hill amtlwii : q the dispensairy121 av. Ther w...

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. — 14 January 1897

LOCAL ITF1NIS. -Miss Lilian, daughter of R. F. Wyatt, is serieusly ill. -Mr. A. W. Folgor, of Easley, was in Pickens last week. -M. F. Williams, of Clement, was in Pickens last Saturday. -Senator O'Dell left Easley Monday morning for Columbia. -Elias Day, of Easley section, was in town Tuesday on business. -Prof. A. B. Riloe, of Easloy, was in Pickons on busiless last week. -Prof. I. M. Mauldin took charge of the Liberty school last Atonday. -Mlr. 0 rgory Omlorg, of G roon ville, visited at Capt. 11. C. Grady's this week. -Reproson tat ivo M iior took the early morning train Monday for Columbia. -Rv. C. L. craig wns in town Monday and paid the JoURNAL It pleasant call. -Mr. Marcus Duckworth, of Morganton, N. C., has moved in) the Durant house. -Rev. W. M. Harden pieached an interosting .sermon at the Methodist church last Sabbath. -Dr. F. S. Portor and family visited tie forimor's fathlrer, Mr. C. C. Porter, of Westminstor, last week. -There was it most enjoyablo sociable giveni at ...

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. — 14 January 1897

HUNG ON THE DANG[R SIGNAL JUDGE LYNCH PILES A DECREE Tho Mytelrious Mxarzder of a Negro in Orangeturg Coiunly-O Had Been Accused of'Arnon and Set Frco. Urlangebiogrg County wabs the sene of alynjcIng, onl '. ie:day night, 5)th ins~t.L The fol bo i I" are thei factass asccr taied : [arty this (Wed nesday) I nmor'iing' the1 li felei.s body of I mawvrence Hrown t. a wel-hlit negr of about 20 yel.s found hanw-ing from thle0 dlange r inl :. tle rossin- of the old 0410e oa and the South Carolina and Gt orgiia . ra iad, ()It mile frutni Stilto and abt threei m1th " fron lO r ang ittf-h' t"ot tt re i:- still it Iny.stery t vCI'r. Om'. sklv ' al btl let and Wunsht wo tub wt-'- round oiln the bod yV Thv 'po -t freml which thl- body wa hangiigt ils aht hg, 11h and feet ft otm tihej t ik. lLe la l of th le and hack to1.) LI trad. I l l ditit hi:t bat k naI fo~ i a pinard with the fowlowing ie_ i z " & are t all ; noa .t Imay concertI:l Ju g 1..A - ' ctlourt i l in Illn.t itgi t f tI' it ill...

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. — 21 January 1897

TFHE PEOPLE'S JOURNAL. VOL. 6.---NO. 52 PICKENS,' S. C., THURSDAY, JANUARY 21, 1897- ONE DOLLARA YEAL . The overoor's Mess, A Review of the State's G dition and Prospects. The Retiring Governor Ma a Fling at the" Peniten tiary and the Farm er's College. His Farewell Address Neither Graceful or Timely. The following is the principal tion of the message of Governor Ev relating to the general affairs of State : WINANCE AND TAXATION. The finances of our State are in ter condition than ever in our hist The Stato debt is smaller and the < per eapita has decreased from ele dollars to four. The following ta taken from the Comcqtroller Genei report, gives an idea of the progres the State: 1895-Acres of land returned, 18,C 970; 1896-Acres of land returned, 195,122; increase, 1896, 31,152. Total value, real estate. 1896, $1 976.705; total value real estate, 1 $100,157,179; increase, 1896, $819,62C Value of personal property, 1 $45,838,607; value of personal prope 1895, $44,494,110; increase...

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. — 21 January 1897

ifri neitor at . EVERY THURSDAY. all Iubscription One Dollar a Year Enteredt at the Post O'flco at Pickoin as. 81) seconti-elasms :nat-ter. ll 7 t hel A)yERTISIN RiATN. V Oe dollar per inch for first. iisertion, fif- Cot ty cents for eai'li st1lbseielit , insertion. Liiieral discotunt for iil vert isemetts on a it niatil ett s. 'ermis <:t . Antaimo eon- o011 tracts. I :-yible 4111tirterV. iiIoj No fiv' oriets. Ol ' 111,rie too :11. No spe uial position or speci.1l rates to 1 1 1orign 4 - wo vert isers. Ali snhi inist. inke th ,e rin of tho paper mn it h ihide Iy- snih rates. Loa i lotittst, ill I0:I colitiit, 10 vents IeI per Mau for lirsi insert 111 101 live tnts fi Ir onli matI q il e t. i tisert ii III. Ativertisvineitts for coming iss e shonld het be laniiilt- ill not. later tIii Montly Istori- n 111g. 111he ei r wNill nt11 1 he respilo sible for the viewS i111 opinions1 of urrepon 'lt - (s t hPe Sa1m :ro editOrially endor04sl. Ill ' )A Y . N.21, 1897. M Goim0illo I' valls hi...

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. — 21 January 1897

The People's Journal. LOOAL ITEMS. -Mrs. M1arcus .Duckworth is soriously i'1 with puouimonia fover. -Dr. J. M. Crenshaw, of Tablo Mouitai), was inl town last weok. -Miss Gortrudo H1agood, of Easloy, is visitiig ill PickorJS this week. -J. E. 1Iagood Jr., of Easloy, was ill Pickols onl business last Moiday. -)ufy Stowair;t aid Porry Thornley visited tho Norris Cotton Mills hast wo-ok. -Mr. and Mrs. S. J. RobinsOn of Liborty, visited t. 'Mr. W. A. Palmer'91s this week.. -Magistrato Jonikills is Solid for tho ixt two years, havmg recoIved his commission. -If Your papor fails to roach You oil tim31o, ple'ao rport it im 111 diatolv to tll e()ditor. tf. -Mi-:s Alma11 811'61h, (f Br1ushy Crook, Anlderson couty, is oin a1 visit to Miss Sl N 'Ia ewhory this wee4.k. - 1iss Tirziah Iluglw's, who ls blen inl the lillinry business at. Winnsboro, .9. c., i. at home. for -gfoni. Fred WXilliamis was inl towni M v, no'1 Imianiy of his old frieids calb. d anid paid t11ir respects. -E.1. En of Lih4t, ...

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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