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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 21 January 1897

FORT FRAYNJ By Capt. CHA RLES KING, U. S. A CHAPTER XV. "The Bat to of the G hosts," o 1 Road's pctio)I called it long ion after, fought law at n ight and far the Slopes (if tle Elk ranige, wits repo ed at Fort Fraiyne beforo the rising anoi0ilti itlill. The mysterious system signaling whieb enabld thle I(ndilins the rcFivat ions in Nibraska to kn< the dt ail. of the h uster nhiacro beft th?y 41could ke wired from IBisimai wa; hero in use againi, aid straggi' from the baal far back at Trooper cree and (ven the cowboys and ranchmi carousing about. Biuko Jin's iml hon of the tritumph of their plais, knew I about Farwell's overtaking the villap of Farrar' desperatt stiand amid W aymI long gallop to their siuipp'ort before t frst tiding., were wl'isp'redl within t silent walls across the stream or ev guessed at by the grin old soldier ro ing from his sleep barely tii ihies fro the seat of action. The first news reach the garrison camo frai Ji to amlt was laughecd to scorn by mueiibt ...

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. — 28 January 1897

THE PEOPLE'S JOURNA L.; -.. H EP... VOL. 7.---N0. PICKENS, S. C., THURSDAY, JANUARY 28, J897. ONE DOLLAR A YBl. I..........H ( CAPE CUARLS KING l. A ee Foss IN AM13UsU ' Cc FRoM rE RANKS E OHAPTER XVL Juno had coie, a radiant Juno, and all at Frayne was joyous anticipation, despite the inomentous fact that the Platte had overleapod its bounds and w? a raging like some mad mountain torrent far as the eye could see. The flats to the west of tho post wero ono broad, muddy biko. The grassy bench beneath the blAffs to the east was par tially torn away. Part of Bunko Jim's frontier stronghold still clung to the opposite bank, but somo of it was dis tributed in driftwood long leagues down stream. Across the river, at a point half a mile abovo the ruin of the ferry house, a troop of eavalry, caught on re turn from scout, hmd pitched its tents and picketed its horses and was waiting for the falling of the waters to enablo it to return to its station, and with that troop, the maddest man in 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. — 28 January 1897

III CI 1. ' Dollar a Year o.Itered iat the Post Ofllco at 11i.c 4 11 accn~-cas mtter. of Ai)TEITISING RATES. S< One (iollar per ineli for first insertion, fif ty veits for each mthsecitiont insertioni. ijihral s v i oni t for ativertisements on all nital contractes. Teris eafih.' Amait'al conl tracts, paivihlo itarterly. G No favorites. onle price to :ll. No spe cial position or specill rates to foreign ad(- ti vertisers. All stc1 liem st Iake tite rii of til the papei ani abide by sith rates. Local iot ill e C,1: 1 ('0111111um1, 10 cetts le per fine for first, insertiot2 and five cents for each1 ~l)thseqe 't i tise oto11. of Advertisemeints for coming issIIe shoul be hatled in% not later than MonIlay mori- tIh Ing. Il h ilditr will n2ot he responsible for the views and opi iousofcorrespont e nf 4 ot l, n2- du tes (lie a e aire e litoria llv enilorsed. ''ll FUSl)A 1'.1 JAN. 28 1 897. til sit (COLUIMIIA ITElN31N. THE JO'URNAL uiditor took a short leavo of absence ]last week andl(]...

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. — 28 January 1897

The Peopl's Journal. LOCAL ITEMS. -Cotton 6A @ 7. -51. J. E. Kinch is confined to his bod with the grip. -Only tuist thysolf, and an othor shall not botray thee. -Mr. W. M. H1agood, of Ens ioy, spont last Sunday in Pickens. -Dr. W. T. Field is' reported to bo critically ill with the grip. -Misses Lila and Rachol Harris, of Field, vi-itLed inl Pickons last week. -Mr. T. K. Il-.lgens. of Easloy, was ill Pickeinis ol busilness last wook. -Miss- Anita Amblor visitod relacives and friends inl town this week. -Mr. and Mrs. ). J. Carter, of Charlotte, are Visiting in town this weekC. ---he Uinited States court iv post )0on(od fromt th- 15Lh to the 23d o1 f Fe bru r -.siss Lu Dm 1)eus1, of the May nar-d sectionl, visited Miss Mattie IHstur Jst week. -Mr. I. I. A mhler and bride Visited the former' father, Maj. Ambler, 118 weCk. --AbLsss N wa and Mary Cauley visited relahttives- md fniends ml Dal cusville. la.t wi k. -lr. A. 1. Morris mmed into his n w '-rw inst week. .11c Cor tainly hil. a ...

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. — 28 January 1897

..o Stays at Home. ,Ueels of the world go round and round, In the press of the busy throng, Morn wih its matin melody, And night with its vesper song; The tides are out and the ties are inI, Like the sea with its obb and flow, For there's always on to stay at hoimo Where there Is one to go. ,Atlbroad on file highway's noisy t rack There is rush of hurrying feet., The sparks fly out from fhe wheels of tim To brighten the bitter and sweet; But a)amrt from the beaten road and path, Where the puls of carth runs slow, There is always one1 to stay at h1om1e Where there is one to go. Over and over good-bys are said In tones that die with the day, When eyes arc wet that cannot forget, And smiles have faded away; Smiles that are worn as over a grave Flowers will blossom and blow; For there's always one to stay at homo Where there is one to go. Always one for the little tasks Of a day that is never done; Always one to sit downi at Iight And watch with the stars a lone; And le who lights on 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. — 4 February 1897

*( _ THE PEOPLE'S OURNAL. VOL. 7.---NO. PICKENS, S. C., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 4 897. Tho Gooral Assembly. FROM THE STATE CAPITAL. The Measuros of Importance Under Considoration by the Legislature Business that Will Occupy Timo for its Disposal Correspondence of The Greenville Moun taineer. COLUMBIA, Jar..aary 27.-(Special). The purpose of Mr. Patton, of Rih land, to offer a now arrangement of Congressional districts has been car ried out by the Introduction of a bill which makes the following division : Po Do., Dist .lct.-Chesterfield, Marlboro. Darlington, Florence, Ma rion and Horry. Santoo District-Georwetown, Wil liamsburg, Charleston, Berkeley and Dorchestor. Edisto District-Orangoburg, Barn well, Colleton, HmpLton and BeAufort. Wateroo Distriet-Fairilold, Ker shaw, Richland, Sumter and Claren don. Saluda District. -Lturono;. Green wood, Nowberry, Saluda, Lexington and Aiken. Northern District--Spartanburg, Cherokee, Union, York, Chester and Lancaster. Piedmont District-Greenville...

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. — 4 February 1897

PUBLISRED EVERY THURSDAY. Subscription One Dollar a Year Entored at tho Post Onleo at Pickons as cecoliul-clasa mattor. A DVERTISING IATES. One dollar per inch for first insertion, fif tv 4etit s for v'ncl subseqi tent, insert.ion. 1Jaihenti jsco(n for dlvertisoments on an ital coni racts. 'I'rei ensh. A nnual cot N ) falvoritoe. 1. ne rive to) fill. No 4111. ocia l p A i t -.1 4 r rates to foreiLn :il vert isot.. All 1:1%vu t t: the rull of tho p:tper :en4 abide' by% sith ratest. Loviall not1ives, inl lov:1l cohotutl, 10 <-enIts4 per line for first. . ti onl :tn I an v ce nts for 0,1411 sillisevit'nil iswtst'lt. A verti n4tsM for1 con~t ig issue siotild hie imutl1edill not laterl 01h:1n Mollhiy tulorn ing. Th'll vditor will not he responsgible for thlt v iew s :111 t pin iti s of corresAponl'4 l ti) , un11 Iless t he samne :ro ilitoriallv ettlorsed. The sucessor o Juidge Earle iii th Eig hIth Circuit was -ett-ledI by 1tl General A.ssembly itn joint ,-essic yesterday. The cauicus...

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. — 4 February 1897

The People's Journal. LOCAL ITE1Ss. -Cotton 6j @ 7. -Last Monday was a very disa groonblo day. -Dr. Pcrter reports his patients t to bo rocovoring. -Mr. Elinor Folger, of Easley, Y SpO)t last Sabbath III town. --Mr. Tom Batson, of Groonvillo county, visitod in Pickens this wook. c -Miss ifattin Harris, of Field, visited at; Mr. J. B. R. Frooman 's last wook. -A iidorson Babb has coinple- i ted a neat id sultantial cottago for B. B. Gilstrap. -Auditor Christophor left Mon- c day inl the rain to me4 his Eas- C tatoo appointment. t -Sa leday came in a blizzard, and the oxpected sales and horse t tr(les did not occur. r -Tho County Board of Exami nors met; inl tlio School Coinmis Riolers oficfoh Saturday. --,]ook foI' the advortisememtn of Hendricks & Firooia n in our next . issuo and road wihat they say. -Charles Forgwin was thrown < from his horvo last Sun(ay and received vory painful injurios. -Messrs. W. A. Gresham ai(n Ben. Crawford, of Clemson col logo, spont last Saibqth 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. — 4 February 1897

FORT FIAYNE By Capt, OHAI IES KING, U. S, A, beat gave tile 1 to friellship. I love( Yu, 1 ]41ye yolt, Iand lo have coliw Wo say , a l0ng Pvtihy. 'e made my1v rigIt 11,1%.v ieii a sodi'r. I w il t .o it Coward . ") She t enid control her elf nI Ilo in coind invi'lun:'rily SiIt.ling them forthl. Thi i, :ing upo2n tih table for sill'i rt, :,"' lland fotoid thev glolve that Lk. had remo1ve'd and l:d tilt it. Hie hald witiintitiil a pfa(c 11d lifteI his head is thigh th 1 c *it1 v ys vIre striv ing to1 peer' inim 1ny i~r tilh r lh:rn for 022 ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ' 2. Il~ :5Ili 1 1' 1, ii\ i I IIi2 mw llook i : 1t th 1 , i: th y h, I I gI up-11 oi il such I -; : ith 10 cl ( e s, i laV I r u m i"1 er ilt, i l l hrill i f ; t - overcome0 With emoitt itn, 1( inbl rin, s ma14 p1wsi n, 11- n t nt and 1( d i I t tIps. in r gloive. Thli th I t rang withi a -luddnl, sta tling, joy'. u- ry. The 1 I h went s'la l 1 i llg to hi r a i Seiz t her i.1 h.1n Vaste k hs 1i~d An -11 hc n o I ,, I - 1 I .1 11 1 g I 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. — 11 February 1897

THE OPEPLE'S JOURNAL VOL. 7.-NO. 3 PICKENS, S. C., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY n, 1897. ONE DOLLAR A YHAR I A t. IIIL ULMERVI~ KILT OFF WHHLOM~ A FEDERAL SQUADRON TAKEA UHARGE OF THE HARBOR. The Finest Ships or the Navy Will Assemble for a Comedy ot War The Occasion Will be Made Memo rable. Charleston Sunday News. The greatests fleet of war vessels that has ever assembled at any South ern port for manocuvres will be oil Charleston next week. Admiral Francis M. Bunce, with the entire North Atlantic squadron, supplement od by a number of the larger boats of other stations, will arrive off Charles ton early In the second week of Febru ary, and for two weeks the great ships -of war will drill and manoeuvre. One of the principal features of the ren dezvous will be the blockading of Charleston harbor. So far as under stood several of the swiftest of the vessels will undertake to " run the blockade," while the others w'll do everything possible to prevent this being accomplished. There will be, it ...

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. — 11 February 1897

Jollar a Y ..t tho Post Ollico at Pickerl ..1-<-a s iitter. - A 1yI'RT01S IN G R ATES. ow, tIi :ar per inch forr first. insertion ty cen1ts foir a13411 stb4eI444t1t1t iseri Liberal ai orlliant f(ir aivertisentents on r43 it traicts. 'Termi!s t-t4i8 . A t i traits, pnt.;1ble cittar1terly. ,N: f;av rites. ()lint prive t at 11l. No Ia1 p J i ti ).4 l 1' i l '1-1 : I) r. t s to foreigni vertior4\. A Iil snlh inii t4:t tke the4n rt tihu p:iln-r :4t4 abide hiv -Alch rates. 1,4t :41 ti Il4'.4, ill i41-al (44 111ll), 1) (' pler 1l1' fo'r tirst ;11i4 t 1i l fiveO ct at4 1ach sub4inent j4rt i P4n. A il vert i -witiet4s forei 4taig isite h411c be lin'l.1- inl not 1:10-, tlln Monday In iI II -, . e i ~ ~ I1J' ( 44 ' i5 lit r w ill 1i 4l h l, re- aIi 1sil1v for views la l a pli i i i f 4 i int less ilh .4me are 4 ii.tori: v ein4l4orsiii l. x V , Ii NO I -E, 5. 1it E-: .) i (): thr -4i t instint rl t Ell ol w t n i llli, II st 1i ll n! thq: ''-l' a uI .I r-11 4l I NI t 1 ll i 11 1a. It is 11. ...

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. — 11 February 1897

'T The People's Journal LOCAL ITEMS. -Cotton 1 @ 7. -Next Sunday is St. Vallen tines Day. -Cold weathor is only a leave of absonco. -Dr W. T. Field was able to bt oil our streets last wook. -Miss Anita Ambler visited friends in town this week. -Miss Alico Finnoy, of Ander son1, visited in Easloy last week. -Heavy north wii(8 in thi month forebode a friuitful year -Mr. J F'. Banister, of Cateo chco, spont last Sunday in Pick -Miss Mattie Hoster visite( tho Misses Ilarris, at Field, ias wook. ---le back mountains were covorod w'ith isnow again last Sat urday. -1-. B1. HeIndricks shipped u car load of cattle to Norfolic, Va. last woeok. --For ovoy thOndor with rai in Febriiary, there will be a col( epoll in May. -Cou rt convenes hore the firs Monday in March, with Judg Gary presiding. -Mr. and Mrs. Jep. Morgan of Central, is on a visit to R. A Boweni's this woek. -M. F. Iester is preparing : erect a substantial barin on hli premises in town. ---OconOO News says: J. E Boggs, Esq., of Pi...

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. — 11 February 1897

_____ iis"T TUNES .aTHA M'GULLOOH WILLIAMS, [Copyright, NN191, by tlie Author.] "Almighty (od, Father in heaven, forgive thy unworth3y servant the sins he dady c0u1mlit 4" "Dl)oni't, pop, doji't! Whenever you git tho prayvin fit', it bringis me had luck. " "ILt1uck! Iliat has luck to do with sch as you? There's 110 chanco for you to lose, except whel you Nwalt to." "But a miiglty heap of ebanco for me not to win w hen the otier fellor holds all tie evards. Don't ho soft, pop. If whatever it, is that sitH up above us keeps any sort of accounts, I reckon you started with suich a big credit it'in't nigh balanced yit. Selis to im you used to read sthii('tin 'bout him that saveth a soul froi death 81111 hido a mltitudo of sins." "Silence! lHow dare you' "Dare? I datre anything, beoauso I'm your son, I re(kon. I'vo hoard tell as you waIrIl't afraid of nothin, not evell satai. leshiles I remomber t hat las 0111111) lleetill, the lovo feast an tho un drod n1ew converts aill crowdin round an...

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. — 18 February 1897

THE PEO PLE'SJURNL. VOL. 7.---N0. 4. PICKENS, S. C., THURSDAY, [EBRUARY 187. ONE DOLLAR A YEA. The Generl Assembly. IN THI HOU13H OF IUP~iUt1EN rA 'c11*VE1S. Separate Coaches for t ho Whites Itil Blacks-'.iso Cigatretto Evil is Dolt With anml it Tax Imposedl. Mr. Gago's bill to prohibit the manu facturo and sale of cigarettes was taken up and passed over to permit Mr. Epps' )IIl onl the same subject to be considered first. Mr. Sinkler said that the United States court of appeals had recently decided exactly similar bills uncon stitutional. Mr. Ashley moved to striko out the enacting words of the bill. Both bills had bcn unfavorably reported. Mr. Epps thought that it was time to put a sto) to the injury that was being done to the yorth of the Stato by the sale of cigarettes. Ho thought their lives were being endangered. Mr. Sinkier said, if any ono could satisfy him that this law was constitu tional he would vote for the bill. The circuit court of aleals had decided adversely to such...

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. — 18 February 1897

Subscription One Dollar a Year Etntored at tho Post Ofleie at Pickens ns seotd-asnaatter. d A DiVERITISING HATE. 1 O te l tolhir per iehr fo first. itispltiI),,, fif tv etiti for enetll Ski t itteiit itsert.ioi. Liberal d4is.eoIlit for a1ivertisements o11 11ts gittit 'on)(rt's. Termts 4eatsh. A mitttll (.oil tracts, payihlci quarterly. No favorites. onle prie to ill. No sp1((- I chal poitiotn or speria tit a o to fore'ign ai vertisers. All sti e neutist. I like ti i n lll(f ) tho paper ni I :klhide by stielt rates. Locat 1IOlices, ill ilal collmil , lo e'tas per liie for first, insertioi' mnd five cents for it 0i1e11 Sithseeininsertionl. Auivertiserinents for cohliig issule sio i .d be litided ill ot hlter than Nlnl lay imiorn ing. Tle eR itor w oill noth responsible for ei b views ail opinion2s of correspotli5its, util less the st me are editoriallv e lorsed. h T1,11 'H.I)A Y, FIElilRUAlRY is, 18(7. NIEN tI Ni FUND C% ENSTI(IA TION. The result, of the (oIl irovers!y 1h(e t ween Com...

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. — 18 February 1897

The people's Journal. LOCAL ITEN.11S -Cotton 6 @ WI. -Misfortuno unveils charactor. wl -J. II. Payne, of' Fort Hill, was 9" on our streets last week. Mc -The Uni(d States court bo- tin gins next Tuosday. tho 23d inet. -lfr. Monroe Glazoner, of Bro- Mi Vard, N. C., was in town last Sun- Al day. -Tho (on1tv Board of Ponsior,- a ors wi,1 meet on Friday the1 26th Inst. -Miss 3essio Ligol, (d Pi ndor. At is visiting the l iss's M1lcMlaniol WO this week. -)ivor'sity of opiniuns provon Gi that things are onl what we to think the-mi. oil --Ilvini E. P'orry, of Easloy Townsh1ip,. as in Pickons oil busi- ro nIss last. MondIy. Sa -P. H . ogg, of Greonville, t was in t w last week and called 91 at tIo Jo aN AL. olie. -Miss Tirzah IIughes, Of Roll- on noke, is visitinig Miss Stella Ir Newberr' thi week. I - 1Ir. .I,4.b. 1 tinoni of ibir- o ty, visited his hrothIeIr, C. E. Rob in1son), Esq., Iat, we,k. co OD -Mrs. I. F. 'IMurphwe, of A lox- fill ander, visited !(' Iother, J . . A(lexanideri of' l...

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. — 18 February 1897

By TOM P. MORGAN. [(opyrighat, s1t10, bky thw Ant ior.] Wiltl ono exiojption, the members of tho Baxter h1ousvehliold voro hontest an1d upright. ThI ugh lift )ull been soie. thing of a strugglei' with tirhemn sinRco Mr. .Paxter's death, they had met. their trials bravely, aitl afte' each (lay of struggling. when ntight settled down over tie little we'atiher beaten houso under tih tall -1,0 icottnwool tree, they coUlt go to rest with the simple satis faction of feeling that they had dono their best. The day was fast approaihing when, tho timt of residenre reuwnred by tho governeinet, having bein fulfilled, the homtestead claitn) w,-ld be their own. Their small cropp, cultivated ats well as a boy whose .%:l1 perlhtips was greater than his ability could cultivate theit, were sufiient for their modest needs, am( if their neans were sctnty their wants wero carefully kept dowin to them. They owed no one. They hated n1o one unle ss it might bo Indian Jini, the wortiless half breed wlII so ...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 18 February 1897

By TOM P. MORGAN. [(iopyright, isc"t, bv the Authur.] With ono exiption, the niimer tije iIhxter household woro honeist 11 upright. Thi tugh lift, ha1d been sou thing of a1 strug1'g with theln sintc' 1) Jlaxter's dati, thi .y had incet. th trials bravely, onl aIift er 'ach day struggling, wicnt ight Settled (10 over the hll., wahrbeaten hoi1 un 'der thw tall cotn I'it woo1d tree, ti 'ouhit go to t'- with the Simple sat fcetionc of feeling that they had du th iri lest. 'fhlu day vas fast approaching VIt theo thunto (f rt-i~iee ri~piired by t governIenttI' haviig bei'n fulfill d, t holliestead clai in would Ile their ow Tlwir smaill crops, cultivated adIs we il it boy wIlo; .i pI-rhaps was%,; gna than his ability could cultivate the were suolli tit fo'r their modst ltive gid if thi'ir Dwialt; Nvere si';ttv tit wants wvere care-fully kept downt thern. They owd4 nto onew. TheyV hatedl on. unk' it 1iigAht I'' Intlian .Jiin, t wvorthiless, half bre'ed whosen chief fill ness was for dirt, ...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 18 February 1897

By TOM P. MORGAN. ffopyright. ISW, byv thi Autor.] Witih ono xovption, tho muemibers of the Baxter househlol woro honest ( and tipright. The ugh lifo hfad been otmne thing of a struggle wvith thini sinco Mir. laixter- death, Illty hiad( met thoir trials bravely, ani after each day of truggling, whenl night settled dwtvi over the l0ittl weather beatenl houso iAider hlit' 11 (all t 'in wood tree, they could go to lost with the SiIple satis faction of feeling that they Had! dono their best. 'ilt, day was fast approaching when, tho time of reshlenv required by t ho goverument having been fulfilled, t ho hom esteadtI claim wouli he their own. Their small cropsq, cultivated as well as a boy whlosei will perhaps was greater than his aility could cultivate them, were sutrcigt for their nodet neis, and if their mneans wero icanlt their wants were carefully kept down to then). They owed no one. They LAd n0 oli lunle' it might 1,o hIian Jim, t le wortihh-ss half breed hii1o chiief fond ness wa...

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. — 25 February 1897

H E~ THE PEOPLE'S .OURNAL._ OL. 7.---NO. 5. PICKENS, S. C., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 897 ONE DOLLAR A YIAR I A I I I to Aive the college all It deserved and] if f.L( a ml.l i 4.0 11m Uel[fl ASSOMlY. TIhe Colee Appropriiions in the House. FIRST ONE WAY AND THEN AN OTHER. A Majority Outs Down the South Carolinia Collego to $21,000---This Action is Virtually Rescinded the Next Day. Columbia State. Mr. Ildorton moved to out the South t Carolina College appropriation from 0 $25,000 to $21,000. Mr. Ilderton said 0 this was to bring it down to the figures 4 of last year. He argued that all these t1 State institutions should be out down; (j the professors should not be paid so j much. He could not see how it took , so much to run the college. He wanted all the colleges reduced. He wanted 4 to do what was right. The professors L should not be paid more than any other N hard-worked nien. lo Mr. Kennedy moved to amend the 8 amendment so as to reduce the appro- 8 priation to $17,000. He presented...

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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