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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 29 April 1897

.- of xJIte. . boy camne from his school toi-ay Ith his heart in a flurry of gle -Oh1, papal they've taken our ponclls away, And I'm writing with ink I" said ho. And his breast is filled with a manly prido, For It jo him much to think 1ie has lai his pencil and slate aside, And is writing his words with ink. o innocent Child I Could you guess thc truth, You would ask of the years to stay Alid the slato and pencil cares of youth That a tear will wash away; For out in the great big world'of nen, The wrongs we may do or think Can never be blotted out again, For we write them all in ink. -.ixco Waterman. A Defeated Conqueror, l'eoplo said I was the luckiest fel low living, and I auito indorsed thoi opi-nion, for I had not only entered int.) possesion of a decent little legacy left mte by my uncle, but I had als won the hand and heart of Ada Miller the prettiest and most charining young lady in the whole county. Peoplo said her father was im uuensely rich, and that she would come in for ...

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. — 6 May 1897

_ THE PEOPLE'S OL 7--NO. '5 PICKENS, S. C., THURSDAY, MAY 6, 89. ONE DOLLAR A YEAR A SIN6JLM{ ABDUCTION By RODRIGUE3 OTTOLENGUL [Copyright, 69M, by tho Author.) Mr. Barnes was alone in his saniotun whra.t an elderly man of cultured man ners was ushered in. Thu visitor stink into a seat and began his appeal at once. "Oh, Mr. Barnes,' s"aid li, "I am in great distress. I iardly dared to hopo thaZ et.sistiiieo wvere possiblo until I met my friend Leroy Mitchlel. You know him?" Mr. Barnes assentod, with a smile, and the Old man continued, "'Ho told 31o that you could surely aid ine. ", "I will certainly do all that is in my power to serve a friend of Mr. Mitch ol's, " said thohe dtectivo. "You are very kind. My last lopo is dopoudent upon your success. But let m1e toll you the story. I am1 Richard Godney, the broker. Perhaps youI havo hoard the nime. " Mr. Barnes nodded. "I thouglit so. Old Dick they call m on the street, and somnet imes Old Nick, but that is only their little joko whic...

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. — 6 May 1897

T. V. ROB01INSON, Editor. W. O'. JSTR Puiblisher. PUBLISHED EVRRY THURSDAY. Subscription One Dollar a Yea Enterod at the Post Offico at Pickens a second-class matter. THUIRDA ,1 MAY G, 189. ThKAT TiuNK. That trunk of Beckrogo, tillo< with wedding paraplanalia inl th< shape of cigars, pochos, .-hoeo and champagne, is still the sil joct of controversy, commont anld invest.igntion. Tho fate of that trunk is a warning to young mon of extravaganit, ideas about matri Ioniiil affairs and wedding proco duro. The owner little droamed that it would ho the cause of Oxo cutive anxiety and. conflict of Stato and Foderal jurisdiction. It will probably never stop m its misch ievolis courso until it in volvos all parties concerned im political turmoil and coniftsioni. The newspapers are divide(d in opimion and the Attornoy General is pushiiing the investigation to the neglect of all matters of less iliportance. Governor E llerbc has ordered tho invest igation arn wants thn light. to shmo in d...

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. — 6 May 1897

The People's Journal. LOCAL ITEns. -The picnic soason is at hand. -Mrs. W. A. Palmer is critica! ly ill, -Koop your eye on the ad. of J. H. Brown, of Liborty. -Several balos of cotton passed through town Monday. -Tho County Pension Board was in session Monday. -Dr. G. W. Earle reports all his patients doing well. -rliere aro moro ropublics in the world than monarchies. -A Brooklyn, N. N ., bakery makos 70,000 loavos of broad daily. -Dr. R. F. Smith, of Easley, was in town Monday on business. -Mr. S. N. Wyatt, of Easley, was in town on businoss last week. .--Notiee the advertisement with a well dressed man in it this week. .r-The County Board of Control wore at their post of duty Mon day. -Senator Joseph H. Earle is critically ill at his home in Green villo. -Seo Supervisor's notice of bridges to lot on the 24th of this month. --Misses Junie and Lula Wyatt, of Sheriff, visited friends in town Sunday. -B. D. Garvin, of Central, was among his old friends in town Monday. -Col. J. E. Hla...

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. — 6 May 1897

THE DEDICATION Of GRANT'S TOMB. DMPOSIN, CE Mt1MONIES AT Tl ItIVulRS1DIC.' PAICK. A Million of' Spectators Witness th, Great Parai(c--A Sceneo of Wondet n1 Splendor-PresiIent Mlc nlel y' Triasuto to 8ls Illustrious Predc cessor. With military piomp and Splendo nevt.rt before witnessed in this country was dedicated on tho 27th of April thi mugn ificent mIollument erected by th people of the country to the miemor (if Ulysss S. Grant. Tho ceromonic took IP!Ic iII tihe )resCIICO of a grtea iltu ititude of people. Six milts o str t wr c lined with propie estilliat ed to nu1tmbe' ever 1.000,000. It was I tribu't e o' the pp0u1IllACo to the grea Americani genra tiant haS no )alI-0lIt! in \mrictiin history. As all 'urop holored Napoleon's interment unde the doniw of the Lnvalids, so did al - lInwrict honor GIant. There Wa ae- mbled on the h iih knoll of th drive, oil the il nmerouis stands ueceti' ab'out the tomb, such a gathering o men of emi nence from far and near, a was strange to even ...

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. — 13 May 1897

THE PEOPLE'S JOURNAL. VOL 7.---NO. I6 llCKENS, S. C., THJRSDA ' MAY i, 1897- ONE DOLLAR A YEAR. .ARRY GANU SPRINGS A SENSATION ALLEG11C,1) CROOKEONICSS AT ILIF STATI' DISPENSARY. A Letter Witiout. Signa Iture Whill Wais Privately Circulatct-Gatit Acknowledges lie Wrote 11 ittnd Threatens to Exposo Coiriuptiion Cleric Scruggs 'l'ells Why lie Wdated ilthe Maiter Kept. Quiet. The Columbia Regist-er contained a few days ago the follow ing letter, which purpor'ted to have been writtein to Clark Howm 1, of the Atlanta Con stitution, and has been exhibit 'd for the past month ) in a private way among ollicials in Cohlitiai:t, w L tibe understanding that it, wats written by the editor of the I'idont Ileadligh . 'T*ho story was told that tio letter had been brouglt to Colum inbia by Mr11. Bickart, of Atlanta, wllio name is mentioned in it, and who beIonis to:, liquor li-in in t.hat city. Alr. liw cli is said to have tranisferre..'d it to I ;' art, and h1a iied it to plriomUote ih is be i nes...

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. — 13 May 1897

011 c MN. Ed it or. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. Subscription One Dollar a Year Nntered at the Post Oflice at Pickens as second-class matter. AiVEliTISING 11ATES. One dollar per inch for first iuertioi, hf t v for aeaih Nulsequent inusertion. Liberal discounut for ail vert.isemonnts oi an nua! contracts. Termse ensh1. Annutal con trawts, payable (utrierly. No favorites. One ric to a. No '4114 01la1 position or specil rates to foreign al vertisers. All si el nitist tatko the run of the paper and abido by steh rates. Local notice-s, inl loail coliniit, 10 cents per lite for tirst. iisertion and ive cents for 0-eh subseluleilt insert i1m. Atverttitents for voinig issue1 slh4nld. be haneld in not later than Montlay lonl'11 I 11g. '1,le editor w ill not be responsible for the views atnd ol'inio"s of corresponldents, tl loss the sanme are editoriallv endorsed. ''ll'RSI)AY, M AY 1:3, 1897. ThIAT DISPENNAItY INTl~E T (3AT)iON. All is quiet on the Coigarve anld the State government still oxists...

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. — 13 May 1897

The People's Journal. L JOVAL ITEMS. -Notice the excursion ad. in this issuo. -Smiles are smiles only when the heart pulls the wire. -A. M. Morris was absent from town one day last week. -Mr. Joab Mauldin has treated him solf to a nice now buggy. -Dispenser B. C. Baker went to Groonvillo on businoss Friday. -Anothor excursion will be run to Charleston on the 25th inst. -Sherif McDaniel made a ly ing til) to Greonvillo last week. -The beautiful shower of rain Monday was a great help to the farnie-s. -Dr. W. F. Austin will be in Pickens from the 17th to the 20th iniclusivo. -Dr. J. F. Williams, of Liberty, was amonig his old Pickens friends last week. -Goorgo Piutnan, of Piedmont, is visiting at lis uncle's, Treas urer oungilood. -H. B. Hendricks made another shipment of fino beef cattle to Virginia Monday. -Don't forgot the Barnum and Bailey circus iii Gronville Thurs day tho 13th inst. -During the year 1897 there will bo no eclipse of the moon, a very unusual thing. -Messrs. T. N. H...

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. — 13 May 1897

The conquered 31(imeiir. Furl that 1.lanner, for 'tis weary; Iloundlt its staff 'tis drooping dreary Furl it, fold it, It Is best; - For thCre'5 not a 111111 to wave It, And there's niot a sword to save it, And there's not, one left to lave it In the blood which heroes gave it t And its foes nimw SCo111 an(d brave it Furl it. hide it- let it rest. Take that Ianner, 'tis tlitteled Brokena isa its stafT and slanttered And tiho valiant hosts are scattered Over whom it floated high. Oh it's hard for us to fold it ; Hard to think there's nione to hold it; 1Hard that th os who i(Once unrolled it Now must furl it with a sigh. Furl that B3nin aer, forIl it sadly, Once tenl thouasaln ds hailed it gladly, And tel thousands ily, aly, Swore it shoul forever wave Swore that foaaa 1's Sword should ncycr Hearats like theirs entwined dissever, Till tiat flag should float forever. (er their free loin or tleir grave. Furl it, for t ie hrn ds that grasped it, And tlie hands that foaidly clasped it, Co...

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. — 20 May 1897

THE EOPLE'S OURNAL. VOL. 7.---N0. 17. PICKENS, S. C., THURSDAY, MAY 20, 1897. ONE DOLLAR A YEAR. "SAREY." flY CARLES SLOAN REID. From Thie l''ritain, by special pernis siona Of the publibhliers, Munuey & Co., N. Yj It was a dark night that settled down over the inounta&ins of uppen' South Carolina. The sky was heavy with black clouds, and the low mutterings of thunder which stcomed to issue from the ravines and gorges, and the zigzag hlashes of lightning which darted away from the hill tops, all foretold the com Ing storm. Down over tho rocks and among the shrubs a young 'Y1nountaineer was mak Ing his way. He seemed to know his. ground, and moved onw.ard with un hesitating stop until ho ~ reachol a point overlooking at deep, wild gorge, where far down Lit r'ough tibe da-kness, shone the faint glow of a light. The young woodsman Ltwpped it momet, then muttered : He's thar already. 'Pears to me that lire makes too m1ruchI light, thoug h. Wonder what Boh's a gwino to say when r...

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. — 20 May 1897

T. V. ROBINSON, Editor. W. 0. IMESTElt, Pllisther. PUBLISED EVERY THURSDAY. Subscription One Dollar a Year Entered at t r0 Post Office at Pickens ns second-clms matter. ADVERTISING RATES. One dollar per inch for first insertion, fit ty cents for each subsequent insertion. Liberal discotint for ac.vertisetuents onl an 1ial contracts. Terms cash. Annual con tracts, payable quarterly. No favorites. One price to all. No spe eial position or special. rates to foreign ad vertfsers. All tteih tust take the run of the paper anlt abide by sueh rates. Local nioticets, in local (-ol111111n, 10 cents per line for first insertion and live cents for *ach subsequient insertion. AtIvertisemntis for coiing issue shoull be handteil in not later than Monday iorn rihe editor will ntot he responsible for the views antl opinions of correspolneits, un less the saine are edlitoriallv endorsed. ''HiUhSDAY, MAY 20, 1897. INVESTIGATE Ever sinco the inauguration of the dispensary system thoro have be.vaguo rum...

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. — 20 May 1897

The People's Journal LOCAL ITEIRS. -Mrs. J. H. G. McDaniel is crit ically ill. -May has five Sundays and tw now mnooVs. -A. W. Folger, of Easley, wa on our streets Monday. -Don't forget the May Part noxt Friday night, tho 21st inst. -J. C. Jenninngs is now miai contractor between here and Ean loy. ,-Sheriff McDamiel has th finest cotton we have soon thi year. -Cadot Ossie Mauldin, of Cle son College, visited his parnit this wook. -Miss Aurie Holliingsworth viE ited relatives aid friends in Greer villo this week. -Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Lumpkir of Soneca City, visited Mrs. J. C Brock, this woek. -Mlr. Martin Wolborn, wi lives-a4bout six milos above Pick ens, is critically ill. -Mrs. Guaffney, of Richmonid Va., visited Aliss Corrie Bruce a this placo this wook. -Perry F. Thorn!ey spent sov oral days with relativos and friend in Anderson last week. -It was reported to us til Vook that Mir. Thomas Power, o Rings, is some, better. -Tito street hands put in twi (lays work last week on the str...

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. — 20 May 1897

G H-N. T I10*1A S PIN C IrLN EY'S IO1114 Destructiol or a Historic Residenc in, thle Low Country-Lss ot' Val uibie flooks anid Paintings. The Chatrletn News and C-mrier giv,',. tie lol wi( Ing accouut of tne de.. struiction by fire of E doirado, the iplan tation home of Gen. Thomas Pinckney, on the Santeo [iver: The home of e(;eiral P'inckney was origilnliy '-ar i i Ib, )0 L a fer MiS r-0 turi 1-011 Et-urope, whithel he had re sided for iomLe tune ats m11inisterl to i Eing laud and a:.Mo to Spain, ho resigned Fai rt'eld to I is eldeIst soli, and pur c-has ed anotier intitation, which h1e named 1: dlradio, ii 'e-vimlbrance of his Span is h mri- n, from the golden butte rcups waieh cverrIeI'e tle lnd. Gen. l'inck lovI hld marw rited the daughtel (If NlrM. hevei .\ltte, aIrll l1e anil Mis. Aotte togethelr built tinlo 11 newly pulchased plantatiol th reidelee. in which thatt illustiosl lady pelt the remainder of heri dysl ani whieb Was WS consuined or. Mondav. The spacious iransion w 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. — 27 May 1897

* - TEHE_ YEOPLE \SJNL VOL. 7.-NO. IS. lPICKENS, S. C., "'U VSJ)AY, MAY 27, 189-.O E D LA E R Senator Ba A GREAT PU 11 The Untimely E Ca Brief Sketch of From The Greenville Moun taineer, May 22, South Carolina has met with tin ir roparablo loss. The death of Senator Joseph H. Earle at an important junc ture in our public aiiairs, and when he had just entered upon the threshold of an honorable and usefu I career as the representativo of his native State in the highest council of the nation, brings us face to face with a calamity that is felt in every nook and cornor of the old common weal th. It is not alone that the State is to be deprived of his splendid abilities, though the loss in this respecut is not to be undervalued ; it is not that he is cut down on the very verge of an cnlarred usefulness, in which he had enlisted with enthusiasm and proper zeal for the accomplish ment of high and noble purposes, nor is it altogether on account of the valu able service he was expected to re...

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. — 27 May 1897

I-. dePeople's Journal T U. IOlINSON, Editor. W. 0. IIESTElt, Plllshlar. UDLI8HED EVRY THURSDAY. -scription One Dollar a "ear tered at the Post Oflico at Pickens as ed-class matter. AnVERTISING RIATEN. o dol)lar per inch for first insertion, fit :ents for enaclt athseqt ent insertion. 3ral (liscotint for advortisenienits n nII In I contrac ts. Torms cash. Annutal con ta, payable gitarterly. o favorites. Ono rice to all. No spe positiotn or special rates to foreign ad sers. All stcth mutat take the run of paper and abide by tteli rates. ,ocal notices, inl loca col1tit , 10 cents line for first insertion anal five centa for It stbeqitent, insertion. olvertistiements for coming isatto shoul handed in not later than Moiday torn ie ecditor will not he responsible for the ws al opinions of corresponjdents, tun s the same are editoriallv endorsed. TIIIUItSDAY, MAY 27, 1897. TILLMAN'S LETTER. That letter of Senator Tillman's Governor Ellerbo, which was the auso of so much talk and nows apor...

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. — 27 May 1897

The People's Journal. LOCAL ITEMS. -A large crowd was in town Saturday. -rho wind Monday was a re minder of March. -Capt. T. J. Mauldin is visiting in Anderson this week. --1. B. Hendricks lost a fine milch cow on the 19th inst. -J. E. Hagood, jr., of Easley, was in town last week on business. -The Missos Harris, of Field, visited friends in Pickens last week. -Mrs. H. B. Hendricks is criti cally ill at her home on Factory stroot. -The barbers wore all kept busy cutting hair and shaving Sat iirday. -Ex-Governor John Gary Evans was inl town this wook on railroad busmess. -Soveral Pilconsites left Tuos day morning for Charleston on the excursion. -R. M. Stewart, of near Hazle, was among his old Pickens friends last wook. -Miss Bessie Ligon, of Pindor, is visiting the Missos McDaniel this week. -What has becomo of the Pick. ons base ball nine? Can't one be organized horo? -There will bo prayer moeting at the Presbyterian church overy Thuisday night, -Mr. Benton Freeman, of the Briggs s...

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. — 27 May 1897

OUR FAMILY STORY. t )t Ih '1wilighlt Mine. As for me, I was ju3t one of the thjousandst3 that came West to grow up with tihe country, and, not many mUoitlis aftroi, bad good reason to be lievo that I was gone up with the country instead. Alter a whilo I drift. ed into Gold Cross camp. It wits in tho days beforo Gold Cross had come to the frout as a good thing, and the big mis that are now eating the sides Out of the hills up there hadn't been thougbt of. Tihe boys-wero running roetrers lown i the gulch then, and mtobt of thiemi didn't make more be tween imals than they could eat-and drink-u) at grub time. There really wasn't much life to the caiip, and most (of the inhabitants were the kind of people that try to mako you believe the Almighty has picked thoim out for an especia ly favored brand of martyrs. Ant it wis pre3tty quiet when Pizen Bill Johnson caine to town. But Pizon 13i11 woke up the camp. 13.1; witn't at more than one place at one tine, but his reputation was every n hi...

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 June 1897

* rlHE S JEPLE. L 7 7- -19' PICKEiNS, S. C., THURSDAY, JUNE 1, i897. ONE DOLLAR A YEALt m, U, UULER REPIES 10 TILLMAN, A WAIRM IfEJOINDl1t TO THE "REVISED IETElt." The Ex-Senator Asks Ills Successor to Answer a Plain Question-The Issue Cannot Be Evaded. To the Editor of The State; I.obser ve in the "modified state ment" of B. R. Tillman, published in The State of the 23d instant, he lugs my name into his labored etTort at vin dication. The statement from begin ning to end is more in the nature of a "confession and avoidance" than a vin dication. Expletives and slanders, his favorite weapons of controversy, will not satisfy an inquisitive public, which is getting down to a more serious form of enquiry. He says "when these stale slanders about rebates under my administration were put into circulation by the news-I papers and taken up by General Butler in the canvass three years ago, I met i them promptly and vigorously at Union and elsewhere, and last winter I joined 1 with Governor E...

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 June 1897

The .People's Journal. T. C. ROBINSON, Editor. W. O. IIEST1'N:t, Publishier. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. Subscription One Dollar a Year Entered at ti Post Ofico at Pickens as second-olaas matter. TII URiDA Y , JUiN;E 3, 1897. EDITORS AT NEWIBERRY. The JoURNAT, editor spent one day last week attendoig the nieot ing of the press association. New berry ontoitained tho gang in handsome style and the occasion will meer hO remon: bored as one of the most delighful, that editors enjoy in a life timo. The hospitality, culture and re finemont of its citizens have often been spoken of, but the half has never been told and the JoURnAr editor will not attempt to (10 jus tice in that respect. If you havo never visited Newberry, you would not be prepared to accept an ac count of the treatment given the editors oi, this visit. On their arrival the chief of police put them uinder arrest and they are required to appear hefore the mayor, butlt he deals gently with theml and the services of a policeman ...

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 June 1897

The People's Journal. LOCAL ITEMS. -Gornany has 884 female blacksmiths. -Go to tho Drug Store for the bot,t ginger cider in town. -J. B. R. Frooman wont to Easloy on husna)s Friday. ---In 1860, the American papers printed 928,000,000 copies. -Homor A. Richoy is consta blo under Magistrate Jenkins. -'lhe County Pension Board met in the court house Tuesday. -What d>os it profit a man to b)o wise, if ho marries like a fool? -A. M. Morris is preparing to put an awning in front of his storo. -It was roported to us that frost was seen in many places last wook. -A healthy man or woman, averages 70 steps a minuto in walking. -'he finest kit mackorel in town at thto sto re of Sutherland & Griflin's. -Freenl & IIendricks will soll vou nine pounds of good cof foe for $1. -Mrs. S. A. S. Porter is criti cally ill at her home on tho west and of town. -The fari'rs tro keeping l) With their work and the crops are looking well. -W. W. F. Bright, of the May 1I1111d section, was in town on ...

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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