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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 3 June 1897

1t 1ftWUUNIlUN OF CUBAN IGHTS ,1\ AI1.; S1'I" I" II I't1 S1i.NATOm aN " as A jil,i d i o I h 10 -4 1 1o3 ini ('uI tt--W1rY' Nit (,I'ril '11tt'nl 1ti t'I g t(u1 I ig i, : St :tor I'.11".ol, o- Nit: al tn'ala W ho lrtt"re.i I v ' the Ite,ou ican i t l ti I u , ' (I N o f rit. l i e , made 'n,' of t. ,LIs)acos yet d lvt natdrin Tui ntn, on ie b ig. er,i t pr.: -' W t' yr the pubn in1r cte, and wti" ttkc plasure in g iin ()"Ir reati' s t:ll' 11 Il Ik i o Iib,'1'i I ,xtrdct, maent of thtt'tri st t spi e echo1"s yet ilet'L tI1 of % 1," lut3 !' 1 '' it, Lt - rn'X ti geret rg ts . I w ll dCit'tul', it di - a)l t iun t '. Ua d W1- t"l'a as 1 ca-l. without !toy at i~lit 1to a.rou5'bLst ' sit." lultr'i+htiuts i ty. ae itd Otb a i t l, t itCCetittl tt t1 i r 115 ti ie. ut m it p c llt. 11"t'1t' lto tot':' LI~'iit' hs!.i~jer'"t'cy ucknu+tl .tiigi.'d. sInsu,t lir,t' -tt u tIt, standaS'tI)! I r''t)ltm n. '1lat lab froen dopch i Cuba. They rn tL for' certa.i I t l;tt tif 1Stu' nlUitita(in t terr' t...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 10 June 1897

IE I?oLF THE PEOPLE'S JOUR ). 7 VL. 7.-N . 20. PICKEiNS, S. C., THURSDAY, JUNEF o 10 897- ONE D)OLLAR A YEAR T TILLMAN TACKLES THE SUGAR TRUST, AN INVE,STIGATION IS DEMANDED. The Senator froi South Carolina Shakes uip the Sugar Senators in Lively Fashion-He ' makes No Charges. but Gives Damaging Evi donco Against Senators. ASLINUTON, May 28.-Once again is he Senate going to attempt thesolu tion of the sugar trust, problem. Once again is the calcium light of a Senate investigation to be thrown upon the mysterious methods employed by the sugar trust in its control of tariff legislation. Once again will an effort be made to find out whether there is truth in the newspaper chargo that Senators have been speculating in sugar and other stocks, ind if so, who the Senators are. The fiery Tillman started the thing going this afternoon. Tillman had given indication of his purpose to "say something." And that was enough to draw a crowd to the galleries. What he did say was, to those who enjoy ...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 10 June 1897

The People's Journal. T1. t'. It )IIIN iON. 1-;,lit(,r. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. Subscription One Dollar a Year Entere(t at th e I'ust O11ice at I'it:lseken n tillil 1'II.\Y. .ll;'',1,1t/7. Th .J0'1NAL I ioves in the rogular orsh1'e If judicial 1investi. gat1in alndI wh'l('n nutto1rs ha7V(' bon flly\" ,Ifttd and finally (le ci(Id'(d, ti'.r ought, to ho coml)1('t( acqu1ir-c'nI', p)ro)V1Id1d theu delis ioll do('- (1''i11 1(1 1 aa of ordi nary iIt'Iig;ence and linf1''1r tioi Call lIitd't.al(ld i. TIor'e sol h(+ llo Captiouis critiel,411 (,f e'('11.s, t('1d(ling t1) l a lowevtr thll-lilt' ill (ho I.-,I I. Iatioln of" til! lI1lass.''s :lll(I l)r((ill('. Ing at spirit "f Jlawl~-ssness. of collI's' i i h,--k:.: I'a 1l1Nd I fort lf\ tli'" j)Irp( 'l i i'>lls I'f a (h ('I, lOll w%I11b an. a t y Jll'1 I1.lit>rlII11 alind St1 111 U' '1 ll'n t , I ut If :1 - h Alf l t1 it l u:11' t:,1 11:1"Ili l\>' u :' s tIl(t t ll+'lit I -I 1' '1 I '!. 1' r ,I 'l1" t111lre ir-'i l11: 1 jr i I w ii 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. — 10 June 1897

The People's Journal. LOOAL ITEM9S. -.The best pladb for a curfew law iW in the family. -Prof. I. M. Mauldin is vibiting in Greenville this week. -B. Mauldin, of Seneca, was in Pickens on business Monday, -Mr. A. M. Folger was sworn in postmaster at Easloy Tuesday. -Dr. F. S. Porter spent several days with frior,ds at Central last week. -Miss Gertrudo Hagood, of Easley, visited friends in Pickens this week. -Wm. J. Ponder, of Thomas ville, was among his old friends in town last week. -John W. Brock, of Contral, wes on a visit to the family of Dr. orter last week. -Mrs. James Spearman who has boon quito sick for some time is much improved. -Missos Millie and Beulah Fos ter, of Olga, visited the Misses McDaniel this week. -Miss Lula Keith, of Tahlo Mountain, is visiting Miss Carrie Wyatt ill town this week. -The Pickens Rifles will have to elect another captain. Capt. Mauldin having left Pickens. -A Sabbath school will be or ganized at Socona church next Sunday evening at 8 o'clock. -...

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. — 10 June 1897

Por "Sweet Girl" Graduates. omto of you leave to-day the fairy land Of girlhood, to return no more, save when+ll Fond memory thither, with her magic Wand Shall waft you back, re-summoning to your ken Young jo:-s and hopes that blest your careless band. And though in thought, lived o'er and o'er atgain, 'TIhey are gone for aye I Aurora's rosy wing When next she comes, womanly cares shall bring. Go to your homes and from your imoth er"s learn1 How to be wulmen. There are carth's best Schools And p1r:st atltars. Thero forever burn Dear virtue's hallowed ilame, there love still rules. Leave you to man the rostrum and the goal. Do not overstep the limits of your sphere Even the faint echo of that step shall knell Your hatlf-angelic beauty to its bier. The home is womnatn's throne, her scel) tre, love, 11er crowning glory is a halo spread From the soft glory round her Saviour's head. Queen-like she reigia , and like a queen doth move all things. -U. W. i reher, H. 1)., in sorih ('ro li' A...

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 June 1897

THE PEOPLE S_JOURNAL. VOL. 7.---N0. 21. PICKENS, S. C., TH URSDAY, JUJN 1 897. ONE DOLLAR A YEAR. IHL NEWSPAPR AS AN EDUCAIOR. AN EDITOR'S OPINION OF IT. The Atldress o' Rev. A. J. S. 'homlas, I).i)., Ialitor o' t he Bapt ist. Courier, lzeore t ho State Press Associat ion) at. Newberry, S. C., May 20, 1897. To be fairly treated this subject ought to be given to one who is not it newspaper man. Some of thoso people who read newspapes and study their content,s could much better tell us how the newspa,)er is an edlacating forco. Newspaper editors do not read news papers--they skin, they go throug h the exchanges, glancing at the head lines and reading a few sentences of the editorials, most generally reading between the lities and readint into the lines. Tihe editor is not after learning anything, except to see what t.he othe-r fellow is after and t,o get sotmethint for his own columns. Thero are some people who treatd and study the newspapers, and in (doing thi h they have within easy...

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 June 1897

The Peopl;'s Journal. T. C. iOl(INSON, Editor. W. U. I II''sTMCt, Ill'oilSh rI. 7 UBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. Subscription One 1)oilar a Year Entered at" tlo Post Otlee at P'ickenH na secoltl-1.1hN matter. 1111 I .\ .1 , , t NtI 17, I897. PINtt .NJON: Ih' reInr- raill a h1alls hlIV( don(t considerrale Idama:,r( t-"Imll li): nvlet"Ii. Th'le hail went in rttre'ake. 'Ti'h crop- of I) : li1lluk.Ik, Ml S I'ill( ll.,y- It -\ G reen, llev 'l hnomas J,oope' :II1 otl l". h ("il1.; ill oile SI1'la. 11111 t other streak Ciro'!edI Own tl u1INsi1 h' ' N ll"g'es'. Riii " illh 111 rainl wt"a" e.li. I Ilti's ItIt' who h:d gtootl itw Ill tertraeez s:ltv their h:ind1k butt, wnin'r there was III-w%" I1. 1.t nle s or noie at all, lie hmld wa w,; l"Is ha(,. ihet h:ltrtiiin is uh,nt over. 1 n1evt'rsawl !;r:iI1 h1'tIIer, but Il in - h is se tionl e h:vi 1' 1hn :1 I ver:hg 'rop Swed. ('ottln i 11,kinig w ll, 1ut sm:til for thle tilnl' of y1':i-. It. i.Sabout at week 1:ate mil co.11 11b the s:llnet'. T ' T' Il...

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 June 1897

The 1'ecop1c s Journal. T. C. OIUIINSON, Idlitor. w. O. IIECTIC'it, I'rblishher. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. Subscription One 1)oilar a Year Entered at thie Poat Ofllee at Pict'kens as secom,l-e'la:y matter. 1'Sl'Y ,J IS 17, 181)7. fRA .10t'-{NA1,: Thle re t't r;li 1 and flails hat'e do('considlrthle thim): e .I1(1 1111 v11' ilt.. T'11. Ini:l wetnt - in ,Itreakc. TIhl' erol f I ' I(uhu1 MI S F'iIley'r. It .\ Gir'en, IHow hI)onl Toopter :l1141 4h1111 I ilin; in (111' Slir'ak, 1 1 1 asl) N hi Ag' rt':. Ilu lh rtll il w%: -1 1it cral. I ni"ti'l' tho -' who h:l ,'.rol II firm terrae4 i:(tred their in :1 , but, where there wa us n'w' t1, r:aes: t Ill' ruone at all, th1e hld 114 \C:iI , -lit'll III 1v. I4'4)- ( i~i \'Il>a t h:ileII il isk t:hout OVeur. . 1 ev r r:li' ' h1' ll hil i 111i.hi < tl ion1 e have 's,. itln :10 4ver:ge erol (wtll. Aotfon is loking well, but, 1nl:tll for the finl) of yI' :II-. i t. about at weekt'I; lI:It' and cor'll 1i,iit the i: lle. 1 1 ' f(f l t" ('i and f...

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 June 1897

_..L0(A3. ITEM9S -Monday was a HOT day. -Jas. Poek, of Central, was is Pickons last we(k. -D. B. Finney was in town las week among his old friends. --It does not roquiro any brain! to be a growler or a howler. -Homer A.. Richey has treatn< himsolf to a now horso and bug gy. -Several Pickens people atton -ded services at Griffin church Sun .day. -1). F, Sutherland wont t 1'umpkintown on business las week. .-Dr. Durham, of Groonville ,was in Piekons on business las 'week. -Be the kind of man that yo would like to have your boys be come. -Conp. Johnson, that efficien ma4hinost from Easley, was it Pickens Friday. -Dr. Rt. F. Smith and family of Easloy, visited at Col. Hollings worth's last week. -J. A. Robinson and a Mi Hunt, of Dacusvillo, worn in tow: .onl business Monday. -Messrs. T. N. Hunter and i 'M. Wertz, of Liberty, was in towi Saturday on business. -Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Hagood .of Charleston, visited relative and friends in Pickens this week -One car load of corn, No. white, ...

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. — 17 June 1897

LOcAD, ITEMYS. -Monday was at 11OT day. --.Jas. Poek, o1' Central, was inl Pickols last week. -.D. B. Fillney Was in town last week among his old friends. ---It does not roquiro any brains to be a growler or a howlor. -Homer A. Richey has treated himself to a now horso and bug .gy. -Soveral Pickens people atton 'dod services ht Griflin church Sun day. -1). F. Sutherland wont to Pumpkintown on businoss last nwoek. -Dr. Durham, of Groonvillo, was in Piekons on business last ,wook. -Bo the kind of man that you would liko to have your boys ho come. -Comp. Johnson, that efficient ri hinost from Easley, was in Pickens Friday. -Dr. R. F. Smith and family. of Easloy, visited at Col. Hollings worth's last week. - A. Robinson and a Mr. Hunt, of Dacusvillo, wore in town .on businoss Monday. -Messrs. '. N. 1-hunter and R. 'M. Wortz, of Liberty, was in town .Saturday on business. -Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Hagood, .of Charleston, visited rolatives mnd friends in Pickens this week. -One car load of corn...

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. — 17 June 1897

-T H E m omeand arm Who is the Poorest Man? "W ho is the poorest nman inl the w"orltd todar'' ''h) poorest manl 1 know is tIe In:1 who his notling at all but none'y-nothin tg else in the 1V arld but monlly -onl y ioney. It. was a Ian11 with iirol-gray hr and iron-grav im stisache w ho spoke lie words, alit1 le spoke the lst ones with n emotion. The speaker was .John 1). I oc kefeller, wh'), recently, in t he parlors of t he Hf t h A ven te Blptist t'hulrch, N. Y., spoke to the youn g mltn1's Bi ble chiss. M r. I;tn'k'tellhr held in his hands a tht'ia}t-lotkmtng, yellow-Iaeked at: ( oun1t-h,ottk. .''I'is is iny ledger,'' he said. '' ly first business training was in keeping a ledger. It was at the tim I whenl I bteg;ali to spIei d Iy first earnings ini i' lirst strliggle ti get. a footinlg. It, wis a Very hard st irggle. When I pit my head on imiy pillow the con tetits of this lit tle letdger kept riu uinr in liy llinitd 1util I awakened h i ' s t eonts I ke t in "l - l es tli att')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. — 24 June 1897

THE PEO PLSD JOAL. VOL.~~~~N 2.--O 2897 PINENS DOLA A. YEAR.Y JNEI THE NEW EVANG " The Equality, of Bu of Be TIL.LMAN'S Ti Delivered in the United Si June Mr. President; the discussion of the taritf bill which h,ts been proceedin hero, or progressing, in a one-sided way, for some ten days, presents a re markable condition of polit-ical f.!eling and a nebulous state of mind on the part of many men on both sides of the Chamber. The IR..publicans by com. mon consent, under stress of party orders, I suppose, given by the caucus, nit quietly by and vote. 'They say nothing. They seemaafraid to say any thing. The iniquities they are per petrating upon Oe A merican people are so outrageous that t.iey prefer not to discuss them even, but tney press relentlessly forward with the intention of carrying out their compact witn the trusts and monopolies; and every schedule prepared by the party caucus is voted for by them unanimously. Tne Democrats are in a condition of transition. They do not kno...

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 June 1897

" .People's Journal T. V. ROBINSON, Editor. W. 0. IIESTEII, Publlsh3r. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. Subscription One Dollar a Year Entered at. the Post Office at Pickens as Secotnd"-la94 miatter. ji'Fi'ISIN( HATES. One dollar per inch for first insertion, fif ty cents for each sibseq ietit insertiot .iberal discount for advert oetat on an uai cottracts. Terms cash. Anttal con. tracts, p ayale quarterly. No favorites. Onme price to all. No spe cial position or specia rates to foreign ad. vertisers. All saei miust take the run of the paper aud abide by such rates. Local niotisees, in local colunuast, 10 es per line for first, insertion and five cents fill each suhse<pmelit insertion. Adivertisenellts for cointo tg issue slotild b e handed i s not later than Monday morn. ing!. 'Tlie editor will not he responsible for the vlews anl op inios of corresponlents, un less the saame are editorialky endorsed. 'I'll'ItSl)AY. JN . 24, 1897 SEATOR TI1 Senator Tillv and th. un .eeg aflhe ., ton in...

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 June 1897

The People's Journal. LOOAL ITEMs. Hot 1 Hotter ! I Hottest 111 -Whew I didn't the wind blow Friday. -Court convenes at Walhalla the 5th of next month. -Mrs. Annie Keeler is New Jer sey's second woman lawyer. -Several Centralites were in town last week on business. -Marion Day, of Easley, was in town on business last week. -See it in the JOURNAL and toll your neighbors where you saw it. -Miss Ada Goudlock visited Miss lone McCord at Liberty last week. -Postmaster Bow en is the re cipiant of a nice now buggy and wagon. -B. L. Hendricks, who lives near Field, lost a valuable horse last week. -Mrs. Reese Bowen, who lives about four miles east of town is quite sick. The base ball team here should get up some games with the clubs of other towns, -Miss Kate Folgor, of Gaffnov, is visiting relatives in and around Pickens this week. -Your attention is invited to the advertisement of Dr. L. G. Clayton, of Central. -B. D. Stewart left Pickens last week for Greenville where he will go into bus...

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 June 1897

BAPTIST COMMENCEMENT IN GREENVILLE. AN OCCASION OF GItEAT INTI.R EST TO TIIE DENOMINATION. The Greenville Female College Has a Prosperous Year--TIe Literary Addresses nef'ore the Two Institu tions-Fulrmtan University Sends Out a Strong Delegation of Young Men, From the Greenville Mountaineer. 'rho commencement exercises of Fur man University and the Greenville Female College have closed with un usual brilliancy and success, and the friends of these institutions thro'ighout the s tate may be congratulated upon their prosperous condition and t xel lent work. PUHMAN'S LITERARY ADDRESS. In the history of the institution there are many notable occasions when brilliant orators have responded to the invitations of the literary societies, but we doubt n hother any of them have 'ver given more complete satisfaction an audience than did Rev. Carter Holm Jones, of Louisville, Ky., as he spoke on "lndividuality." 'ihe chapel was crowded on Wednes day morning when the exercises began, and the ,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. — 1 July 1897

I~i - 7.--N-THE PEOPL S_JOELL VOI., .7-NO. 22, PICKENS, S. C., .HUSI), JL ,19.OEDLA I loeiiiga Cause Ilhat Was J1ust, THi ST SULVIVOR OF TIE CONFICDERI;ATE CABINET. Iton. John II. Reagan, of Texas, Do livers 1h, Annual Address Before the United Confederate Voterans Fe'aets of History that Need to be Told. The annual address before the United Confederpt Veterans at the reunion in Nashv-ld, Tenn., was delivered by Hon. J')hn 11. Reagan, of Texas, who was Postmrs- ter General of the Con federate Stat s, and is the last survi ving menb.r of the Confederate cabi net. I t contains valuable facts and in cidents, and we print the main por tions of bis address : Thi's great, assemblage and this inter esting occasion calls up many memories of'great v'nts. It brings into review the able and earnest discussions which preceded the year 1801, on the great question, whien led up ,o the war b - tween the St-ates ; the separation of the members of t irn 36th Congress ; the ac tion of the S -uthern 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. — 1 July 1897

The People's Journal. T. C. ROBINSON, Editor. W. O. IIES''El, Publishtr. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. Subscription One Dollar a Year Entered at the Post Olilee at Pickens ns Accontd-clas9 matter 'i IU11ii)A Y, .i L I.Y 1, 1897. GENERAL WATTS. The court of inquiry, after a thorough and exhaust ive investi gat ion, has comnpl(tal its worl: and sulblit ted its report. ''ho pre vailing impression as to the scopo and object of this investigation was erroneous, as it was on all sides talked, that General Watts was on trial. Such was not tho case, but, tie whole matter of the disturbance on the South Carolina College grounds was under inves tigation, the objoct being to fix the blame whor it holonged. In 0ne respect the court of inquiry transcended its nuthority and the recommendation was properly not followed by Governor ElIlerbo. It had no right to recomniond that Governor El lerho publ ish an order repromuanding Gonttral WVat.ts and Governor lol o would have hoon as much without. authority...

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 July 1897

The People's Journal. LOCAL ITEMS. -Thrshors ! Threshers!! Thresh erslI -Will Pitts handed us a cotton bloom on the 26th uilt. -See notice of Teachers Insti tute in another column. -The County Board of Control w1s in session Monday. -Several interesting articles were crowded out this week. -The tin bucket blackberry brigade is out in full force. -Pickens and vicinity was vis ited by a good rain Monday. -R. G. Gaines, of Central, was in town on business Tuesday. -Born unto Mr. and Mrs. J. B. R. Freeman on the 27th ult., a son. -Dr. W. F. Austin will be in Central July 6th and 7th inclu sivo. -Mrs. R. F. Smith, of Easloy, visitod relatives in Pickons this week. -Miss Anna Prico, of Sunny Dale, visited at 'Squiro T. R. Price's last week. -Miss Mario Richardson, of Liberty, visited Miss Carrie Wyatt last week. -Miss Aurio Hollingsworth vis ited relatives and friends in Eas ley lust wook. -Tillmon Smith, who lives near Beverley, had a c')tton bloom on the 25th lit. -W. R. Garrott, of the...

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 July 1897

-" JBY TIrwz -- providence Ex r-2e.s-s. Joe Dent knockel the ashes. fromuh his pipe. The Iron pilar rang Me a ) under the stroke, and a tiny echo wispered back from the wall, and was lost in the low, placid h issing of the engine. r o e mokig in Joe had no rigt,toh-zulinrn that rooml, where he was as istant, en gincer in the ba ,encent of a huge dc parLull' > rtre Bt to-hiy he felt reckless, and ear d no mlore for ri gulations than a trantl;. Wh at at h1-,h he had made of things, to ie sU re. And how all his part iintakes' ('alle trooping bck and Ii d t't hi in, until they stood too thickily hi thouight to escape b im ll W L t wiWiI' leave, It gave hi i a in cri satisfaCtion ju t to h , l the'tn' llt, each biing one more p,rol!f to u lip his own opinion of ai nt irr.self. And he wa- !)lit: i ti low, too T oo yo u n fo r hi - , m I - i "head of the bou- Ih first:; but lie like' yuoin l , long since learnt ti to tIt. t" ii i tre, anid Joe ht .iad - t ear'ehiiig tXa Inatlo i t : had...

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 July 1897

- ~ * _lTHE EOPLE'S JR. VOL. 7.---N0. 2. PICKENS, S. C., THURSDAY, JULY 8, 1897. ONE DOLLAR A YEAL. THE CEEBRATED PERRY-BYNUM DUEL IL' WAS C.USED BY POLITICS. The Fatal E)ncounter Took Place at. Ilatton's .Ford on t lhe Tngaloo River, Oconee County. W. A. 1). in ? ntderson intelligencer. A imeeting orn the field of honor un do - tue rules of the code duello always po,sesses ia charm, the more especially if the parties to it ar e prominent and t,ho results tragic. A sort of weird fas cination at once attaches to the spot and holds on to it forever. People nt ver weary of talking or reading of such meetings, and traditions of them, - warpod and discolored by each recital, are tranM.m tted from iNthor to son gen cration after generation, till one can rely with certainty upon little more than the fact of the duel itself. lipressed with this I wrote Col. W. 11. Perry, of Greenville, six years age, asking for a few facts relating to the duel, with the purpose of weaving these and the appa...

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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