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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 25 March 1897

DAN CUPID. By THE DUCHESS, (Copyright., 18M0, by tho Author.] Sometimos too hot tihe (1yo Of hOavon s1ine1. Today proveS it. Terriblo is the Strongth of tho rays that Old Sol is flinging broadcast upon tlt Sillilering earth. Tho temais playurs have given in to it, and colfessilig themiselvos vail qIishli havo fling their raokots to tilt) wiinds an1d tlellSelves into garden chairs or else prono upon tho shaven lawn under tho acacias according to their sex. Two of them, however, havo wNander ed rathor far from tho acacias and the ton tables and tilt tont, whore botter things than tea can bo had for tho ask ing. They havo wandored into i littlo green space, shut out from a notsy world by rows and rows of hedges, all bocch, oil tho north mid south, and heavy rhododendrons oil tho two other sides. It is at little dream of at place, entered by olie openli g Only, al1ld tilat through tho Ieecles. "A sort of Arcadia, isn't it?" say's jMr. Brooke, glancing ill) lit his compan ion from his lo...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 1 April 1897

* - - - titiets na~RI .THE EOPLE'S JUNL VOL. --NO. -o. VO,7.--N.o PICKENS, S. C., THURSDAY, APRIL ,89.NEDLA AYAR * Ninety and Nine.") How Mr. Sankey Composed a Hymn that Has Boon Sung the World Over, IT WAS DONE BY INSPIRATION. Its Original Name Was The Lost Sheep, But Mr. Moody Ohangedt It.. The story of the " Ninety and NJno" illustrates aptly how great an effect may grow out of a small cause, and what surprising uowor may be exerted in the world by oven so trilling a thing as a hymn tune. The other day, jus t before his departure for California, Mr. Sankey talked to me for an hour or more about the " Ninety and Nine," and could have gone on, no doubt, for hours longer without exhausting his memories and anecdotes connected with this most rzomarkable revival f song. The " Ninety and N ino " is al - ready of man's age, for it came into the world In the fall of 1873, a few monthe 11 after Mr. Moody and Mr. San.<ey began t their first revival campaign in Eng land. For three months...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 1 April 1897

..,.RSDAY. 01ne Dollar a Year .,Lered at te Post Oflice at Pickens na aecotnd-elass matter.& APERI NIN1 X A TES. 02e dollar per icl for first ilsertion, if L' conts for O<ich "4nbsmecuent iIse.tioI. Iiboral diseoint for adIvert.iEeIiertS (1n an ial constracts. Terms et.Anuinal cott traeta, palyablo qatarterly. No f:lvorit.im. Ono rie to all. No spe oial posit-ion or special rates to foreigli a1 vortiserst. All sneli natist take( the rntil of tio paper and abide by stelt raItes. Lo,0al0 noticeS, ilocal colun1n, 1l cents per lino for first, insert.ion ani are cetiat. for eaci Snbset5ent. itsertion. Ativertisemeiits for coinig issue slhoulnl be liantledl in not later thian Moitlay morn ing. The eil1tor will iot he responsible for the views and opinions of correspontients, un less tie same are cditoriallv enlIorsel. TH il.iSDA Y, APR'HIL 1, 1.897. SENAWolt TILKAN CALLS. Senator Tilluman mado a call i on President McKinbly on th, 25th ult., and they ciiatted vory pleas antly for t...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 1 April 1897

The People's Journal. LOCA, ITEIMs. -A neOw papmr has bon started at Seneca. -.--Mdos Singloton, of Loo)er, is critically ill. --Miss Mira Lay, of Calhoun, visited in towin last wook. -Robort Cechran, of Fort Hill, visited friends hero Saturday. -Dr. L. G. Clayton, of Central, was in town Tuosday on busimoss. -Snow was soen on tho back mountain s Friday aid Saturday. -The South Carolina Presby tory meets in Anderson the 13th inst. -Sovoral peopl predict that the fruit crop will be short this year. -There aro soveral valuable tractsof land to bo (old here next Monday. -Planting gardon soods has bei the order of the day horo for the past week. -Jas. E. Haegood jr., and wife, of Easley, spent Suinday with friends in town. -Tho farmors plan ted sovoral grains of corn last week during the nico weather. -A. B. Riloy, of Easloy, has been elected priicipal of th Cell tral High school. -Got J. 0. Brock to do all your i watch and clock ropairing. le I guaran toes all his work. I --Messrs. Wil...

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. — 1 April 1897

By MARY HART LL GATHERWOOD, [copyrIshto; t by tho Author.] "Oh, if I only had som paper!" whispered larietta Brittles, rising from besido the old hair trunk in her grandfither's garret. Once upon a timo sho had found a 3 cent piece in a craok of that trunk. But half i Saturday's probing with ia knitting needlo failed to find such treasure again. It is hard to be II years old and tin orpihan and the genius of your town all at once, for w'hen you are 11. lrticularly if you are an orphan, peopl)e have ceased to call you a dlear little thing. Only your fa ther and mother know what you need muit1ch 11101 than food and clothes. To be praised at school and be called a poetess by ladies with albums may bo i ile thing, but t genius eveni at 11 is a lonesome Oniiial, with crying wants which the people around him do not hear. The attic echoed that cry, of which it was perhaps as tired as Marietta's folks down stairs, "Oh, I do wish I had some paper!" One goldlen dily, when the Schoolinas tar p...

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 April 1897

THE PEOPLES JOURNAL. VOL. 7.---NO. n- PICKENS, S. C., THURSDAY, APRIL 8, 897. ONE DOLLAR A YEAR BILL ARP SAYS COTTON IS STILL KING HE TELLS OW IT WAS FIRS' SPUN. 11s Mother Used to Pick koed froni the Linit--The Advent o' the CottoE Gin, the Spinning Jenny amid th Power Loom-A itovolution it Comnierce ati Maiuifaotures. "Cotton is king!" I don't know who irst, stid that, but it is a fact. It is the most usoful and miost impor-tani product In the world mid has the mos't 1niliunco on its cornmorce. I was ru muirating ahut this becauso of sons.. lotters of inquiry 1,tat frot timemo t time I have rect-ived concerige o t toil. The last, onl(e from an old friene, Coionol Saxon, says he cannot learn from the department at \Vasiington wbon cotton cloth was first imported to this country. And Q.o I will venture a tfew remarks on this subject in general, for it is fuil of remarkablo facts and illustrates tnu kindness of providence to His creat tures. Providence is always kind anu whetnver we ...

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 April 1897

a Year ' clie0 at Pickens as *Ler. Onle <lollar por ineli for first iiserti-on, fif ce i for e lit mil4be5titent inssertion. Abera i rmlsvollt for sitovertisemitotn alt ill tual contracts. Terms cash. Annital col ractt, payab i~t arterly. NO 0 O )ri -o to all. No spe Ial ,osition or speilsI rates to foreign ad eortiiers. All teli 1iinst1 take t.h14, rtitl of ho paper ait abide hv sitch rates. Loa11 riotices8, inl lqetal (.4l111r1 , 10 relt4 er lUim for first, ilisertliot ail I ive (elit4 for nch sithsetient. insert ioti. Advertisements for coming is.41 sitl l he batided in not hater than Motiday morn The editor will )lot, he respolnsible for the viows and opinions of correspoti(l(eits, IIn less the sait are eilitorially endorseil. Till'URSI)A Y. AlRIL 8. 1,897. CO:NGRESSY1AN McNLAUIN. Th recent, speech of Congress man McLaulrii on the tarit' bill has croted a 5sst1ion, nud the politicians and lewspapers cannot agreo in) their coiionits. It is uni'derstood CongrosslanI Wilson will...

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 April 1897

The People's Journal. cAL ITIMS. -.It's coming boys I There's no slip up about it this time. -Dr. Riley was in his office Sat urday. -The 16th of this month is Good Friday. -There is talk of organizing a baso ball team here. -Capt, T. J. Mauldmn has been quite sick for several days. -See the advertisement of Dr. L. G. Clayton in another column. -The Misses Hagood, of Easley, visited Miss Corrio Bruce last week. -W. W. F. Bright, of Maynard, was in town last wook on official business. -The railroad mass meeting brought a largo crowd to town Saturday. -Mrs. J. 0. Brock is visiting relatives and frionds at Sen6ca this wook. -The commutation road tax books closed permanently for this yoar Monday. -Mrs. L. L. Inabinatt who has bon very ill for some timo is con valoscing rapidly. -When we get the railroad, Pickens will be the "garden spot" of South Carolina. -James F. Gurley, of Dallas Texas, is on a visit to friends in Pickens this week. -The Supervisors' of Registra tion were at their o...

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 April 1897

p ,HAS COME. ..for Hatt e-Snake a-risin' at de breakiri elr tie d.ty; liste1.r h zard Sa : '' fl .eomi , en I bet Ic hide awayt" O, belie. ers, Im .' 3. re hen yu pick dea huelideberry lii. I wid' " a : -I hongry." en he tak< N'I . 3 bi SI in liAVd latch .0uhnfltbly hate a1 pre-nec in det stieky t. h lievers . - y t . e i .3r Ii 3l erry I M111 I 1i i I W k, - !' V.1 II33ii~i(u 3 rd st-.-Wingiii' in (:clo 11 m1.c ( '3. i Iy i sin1gin33' in die opl ili' 'e3.' .lle V., ~e- !I0%lherry how)\ I wish Tl C LCHY W lit-I' ' 'u.i \i th, r.] \~v 6r b N.l r. Vallvlr stro n- (3 I1- 1 ( I 33: 33, if 3111 );tii' ;, kill' 3' i 11' h3:13 ''1133 (if phf w an 'h:nt, t1 rn I l y Iof 19: ~ 1:0y h. nh~ .\UA, mmUn nw 111f 1i 3 111 1 I 3n: n - ihirp Vi~'Itoix I ' , -1 :. 4 n f I 1-1: i l s3 - iu t he was. 1 ." r 3( Se3 lt alyt ils4 a t I'lk, whiAt, Ill ar':" <pIo ri, lk i i4r ph .:r3 i 3 I .'n;.-1 1 h 3 !;I r h1:'111,lf : sil 133 1 r :up A1 n .uni y- gall n hi. 'it33- ' 11 1il 33333''33''11 3 i 1' " ....

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 April 1897

0 ---F PICYon, THE PEOPLE'S JOURNAL. VOL. 7.--N0- 12- PICKENS S. C. THURSDAY, APRIL -~ 89/- ONE DOLLAR A YEAR. AN IMPORTANI DECISION ABOUT LIQUOR, WHISKIY MUST BlE STAMPED. All Liquors ir Iialo to Seizure Unless State Certificates Are on the Botle or Jug. By reason of an equally divided court the State supreme court has rendered a decision t) the effect that a man cannot keep two and a half gal lons of whiskey in his houso for his own personal use, without the coi missioner's staimp uponi it, without laying himself liable to criminal pro secution under thtndispensary law. Th decision was rendered in the case of Andersou Chastain and the judgment of the circuit court below stands allirined. Chief .Justice Mclve.' and Associato Justico Gary have filed very strong opinions against sustain ing the finding of the lower court. Mr. Justice 1ons files the opinion on the other side, in which Associate Justice Po)o concurs. In the Fiorence case recently decided, in which the court was equally...

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 April 1897

.-ter iHalt es cTt. eri de x .Mister I. r .Cnterod iat the 'ot Oflic at Pitketis n :me-lasnatter. ADVlI-3TINING IRATES. -)ite( cladhir p1>r Itelh ftr ilrtt itertt' ioti, i. Cents for hnil iheia-i.iisertimi, b erl Iiiit t far vert isvinst sont a nill. Ill i1411tb a1il riettr t. Terms l' . Anlimul C1 f i. erts, piav:1hle gnItrtel. No '(;Ivril). One price 1 ) 1all. No s. .t positiol fi. specitl rates to foreign 11, t Sr t Ise vr:. A\l stuch tItMSt titlw tite- ritm oI Al paper andl abide ht iv sateli rates. Loeni liotices, it) - i 40111111, 10 e t 3r Uit filr first inser-1tiotl attl five centls fi aehs h.sini e t insertion. A tileier 'its for vconing issile hIt1l O hanl d i 11t litter it Mor lay III illorn1 )g. Tle ilditor will It- he respotsilC li o I tow aitild itliois (of l ents, un. e.4 the t:iln are editora et'loi. ~i~ll~ 'l AY, .PRIilli 15. 1897. s GOVetlstii;t LLE 11i i. li' With cosutnliut skill Govrn or Ellerili has disposvd of the vex atioll Cialestont mlldle, th otropolita...

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 April 1897

The People's Journal "~)CAL ITIE'NhS. -Next Sunday is Easter. -The tent meeting closed her. Sundtiy night. * -The fierinors are making gooi use of this beautiful weather. -W. A. Boggs, of Fort Hill was in town on business Friday. -Miss Anitha Ambler, of Am bier, visited friends in town las week. -Seo notico of stockholder meeting of the Pickons and Ean ley railroad company in anothei column. -Rov. Kinard, of Ninety Six is conducting a holiness ineetint at Liberty. -Read the advertisement of F It. Carter, of Calhoun, and giv4 him a call. -Wo aro gflad to say that ikr and Mrs. . I. Prico' are aile t< bo out again. -Soveral interesting commum cations woro unavoidably crowdet out this wook. -Miss Rachiel Harris, of Field spent a f( w days with friends ih town last wook. -J. W. Caps has moved hh shoo shop iiito part of the olc Froeman building. -liss Mattio .Johnston, of Con, tral, is visiting at Mr. J. H Brown's at Liberty. -Dr. J. R. Riley is attendint the South Carolina Presbytery ...

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 April 1897

1t MINISGINCf Of CONF[O[MITE TIMES, G.VviNEs' a111,1, A ND A PPOM ILTTOX. otai Carolina and Micligati Troops sfoth 11. nces-11ra1e1Men ifeet at J1)tla P1aco 1-a'e 111 'jren(tc4i yjacJ 1her 11i1I Respect . joatryt in Oreenville -\ountaincer. Thirtytwo years have pased since tlho r'emIint of Lee's itagnificent army cllpitulated (n the field of Appom1at tox, and there went. down the stalrry erosrevd banner which had tnever known dIisgrace (r dislionorli' not to be unll fueled again. The story of the surren der as gh'en elsewhere will be new to many of ur yo1ig_'e' readere, and we give it a place mainly for their benefit. But there were many i neident: eon nceted with tlie surrelld c which have neIver appeared in print, beau they r hated to 'pecial conlinmand h and W(li 1..g t heogto the ge neral is tory of thle notabie vvent. nc of these we pro po i to relate bit ily, vith tile pulgese.' of rLowing Low braINve m1en,1 Oil 'it1r side cond etcd thernvIllsceves uIdc' trying cirelnlsta nces...

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 April 1897

THE PEOPLE SJOURNAL. VOL. 7.---NO. I3, PICKENS, S. C., THIJRSDAY APRIL 22, 7- ONE DOLLAR A YEAR The Prodigal's Return. "1 Yes, motl'or, h will come. Of course, ho will como1 !'" and tho girl turned her drawn and anxious young face toward the cot.tago door, just ats if her blind motlher could eco the a tion. It is probablo that the old woman diviracd the longing glance from the cbange in th girl'S tone, for she, too, half turned tmovard tihe door. 1t, was a habit these two womien had acquired. They constantly looked toward the door for the arrival of ono who never cam1 thbrough t1 lu'1 Summ0r days, or through tIhe quiet Winter eveni ngs; mi]oreliOver, they rarl-dy 'poko of otileri tilngs this arrival was tih th L Ipie of their Iives. AnM Now thUe oie woman's life was drawing to u ulose, as some lives (10, witiout its object. Sil her sielf felt it, and her d L-g hiter knew it. There wis in loithi of them a .biltie sense of cliinginlg. It was hard to die without toleiniilg time 1'eward...

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 April 1897

T . s' INO.. Eoiirnal. w' . UO I1TI-.l. J'rlih -cll. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. Subscription One Dollar a Year Entered at tile Post, Ofice at l'ickem ns Secondt-class matter. TIIUlSDA Y. A l I L, 2., 1897. CONGIMSMAN TAL1ERT9" SPEEI iff. Tmil. JOURNAL is indobted t( 1Ion. W. .laspo'rTall.rt for a1 copy of his spoch in thi Nationa 1ous of_ loifRpresealtatives onl th< till-i'i ll, the objectl t of which is to provide revemue for the govern mont and to encourago the indlis trios of tihe United Stiates. It is i for'eg 11 onclusion that, tho Dill gly ill will hecome a law 1111dl al the spevelehos ill th0 wlt rbl will no4t changeo the, pimrpo.w (df the0 Iopubh .licans, but. Congressman Talbhert filod his prot-est inl tih form of it speech ad it may imvo e l'eet In the futuro. He did not discuss th) bill in dotail. but in * goneneral Nort f way. 11vdeclared that iho )ingly bill is tlwv culmination (f atrocity ill tllo) warv o:f tarilf, hills. H laid down as a general proposition that the...

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 April 1897

The People's Journal. LrOCAL ITEMtS* -No MIoxioan chews tobacco. -Miiss Carrie Wyatt is the re. cipiant of a nice parlor piano. -Deputy Collector A. H. Jonk. ins was in town on business Fri. day. -It is estimated that one crow will destroy 70,000 insects in one year. --Miss Gortrude Hagood, of Easley, visited friends in town last week. -Prof. I. M. Mauldin, of Lib orty, was on our streets Saturday and Sunday. -Miss Janie Gillespie, of East Fork, N. C., visited the Missas Holdor last week. -Miss BNanche Hudgens, of Easley, visited Mrs. Jeptha Mor gan, of Contral, last week. -Mrs. Jas. S. Ellis, of Cherokee county, Ga., visited relatives and friends in town this wook. -Miss Florine Bolt, of Central, is on a visit to her brothor, Olive, at Docusville, who is very ill. --W. S. Smith, of Major, was in town Monday and was entertained at the home of Auditor Christopher. *-Mr. and Mrs. Abnor Mitchell, of Stowart, visited relatives and friends in the Mica section last wook. -For want of spac...

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 April 1897

1"-om the &rect ile Moult tai)eel1. LEGEND OF THE ASOENSION LILY. )own ite roti.1 hi II ti calvary ht'd gzentZly im hier u a I~~~1 sad 'i'' ii m Calce i r Illt~. . il It . - o'It % iNhti thie sto y path 'lveneath her lernier leet. As he .p- oI f litn iher kingy. onl Inl a1 ents low andi sweet. E;ach ; .n n:sene 14 those ],as% ho rs i! mem t-r. tki : t. ie :Ii .s:tid Inl trellinlng tune-s r I e t .s ditione, ntle voice liesp ke. - \\o e It hv son." tr 1 h1n- In ior Sold if C, m kil he b h vd ('d'a i ; ls:1 r s . 1 t vert1 ll,(n h 3i. \o rravtittlsr le lli h t \\ .. J I' )'.l ul t \\ hnar t St. "' i t. it 1t -It riili -. it t ilt - 1 1111 1 .\ t\\ IT 1tf l t !t I h m ntw en -itt n -.0h iti i t i i i -it i-ta:i - e i. - 2 :-tii 1 l iy c i l e. iti t I'lo -ia Xtl ti o~'t3t.t..a t it . -t lit' ie ct iii .it . na-. iun- w erk list na b1 t hn don htwoi thnts Ia'.4 3thr-rt to he, batecilm estne by cimt'.tess e i Lt' d Vi Iun (of ienn s thlit Uit haI been'i diltiy t o an the .Iiflta n ,:...

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 April 1897

PEOPLE'S OURNAL. VOL. 7.---NO. i. PICKENS, S. C., THURSDAY, APRIL 29, 1897. ONE DOLLAR A YEAR THE VALUE OF GOOD COUNTRY ROADS. THE NEED OF A PERMAN ENT SYS TEM IN ROAD BUILDING. History or the Movement for Improv ed Higliways--A Matter for Careul Study by All Mon. Never before in the history of the United States were the necessIties and advantages of good wagon roads more fully appreciated or more generally discussed than at the p'esent time. About hati a century ago the question of good roads became a leading one in Tennessee State politics, but unfortu nately party spirit ran very high in those days aad political prejudice in fluenced the minds of a vast number of voters and they were blinded to the Stato's future prospects thereby. But a dominant political party of that day, taking into consideration the im mense advantages that accrued from the early crude, costly efforts of the early pioneers to establish highways for immigrants from Virginia and North Carolina to the fertile l...

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 April 1897

_.i:jED EVERY THURSDAY. Subscriptionl One Dollar a Year Entered ait thel Post Offlie at Pickewns Second-higs mla tter. Api'lTINING HATES. One oollar per inch for flrst insertion, fi - ty cents for iac:h sihselittent insertion. Libierat dlisiniit fill' all vert ist-eens oli atil nual contrav-ts. Terms e:sh. A nutal (o-,)t tracts, pialy:11hi4 411Mn'trh'ly No favoriteIt. (hit' pori3 e to, all. No sIw eial position (or speciail nites to foreigi 11 vertisers. All sneh1 11n1st take thel rain of t ile p ape r aw il b ilde IY sneh rakto.i' Locnl 1tutios, inl local 4-olitintil, 10( c nt per line for fir.,' insertinii an live ents fill 'arol l stil ds-itil ' gi 't by t tll. A i verthisenent fNr cooing issue shblv be inodet l il "- ,ateiin in M" n' l I V'! Iing. Th'le Coliitr nill not he4 respsli i le~ filr fill. views awil l ii in 4f 0116,-11.4 e t ill ]-(10 ;t ] ie , .11-4 ellitt'iatl\ 4 ' i Inst'll . a i l. Y. kA ' 11t . 1 . 1 S! 1 '. F 1: uP I E 11)'' .1-:V E 1, A N 1). EIx-Preident Chland...

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 April 1897

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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
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