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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 25 November 1897

A YlPTIAN ELIXIR By FRANK M. EASTMAN. (Copyright. 1S97, by the Author.] Thou couldst teli ti,. if thi:t leathern tongue Could tell what. t hose dim, sightlus oyes hanve sen, How the wuri'l looketl wiin it Vls fresh and young And the gre-i, dteluge still hnd left it groon. --Ilurneo Smitth. I had been exploring i aIrgo rock tonb in the vicinity of Karnak for i utier of weoe"ks in the summier of 18-. It 'was a 1coinpairatively old discovory, but owing to tho remaurkablo eharacter of the tom11b I itd thought it well worth my whilo to p:leant for such detail is migiit havo capetd the nuotico of earlier viSitorH. The opening to the sepulcher, ac)ci denta1ly discovered, consistcdl of a straight pass;l', barely perlitt.ing of tho entrance of a siuiglo inidividuttl lit at timlo upon his hands and kneces. Its sides Wcre of re"d granite, beatitifully'"tol ished, whic glittered dazzlingly in tho li.:ht of the e.xllorer's lorch. Th'lis evu trance ran Strai'ht back into the 1hill for a dis!'tnOe...

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. — 2 December 1897

__HE S JO RN - 45- PICKENS, S. C., THURSDAY, )EC1 BER 2 1 897. ON DOLLAR A YAR WHY SHIU EACH 0OTHER'S BLOOD? TIII P'RECVA1I4N(.,I. OF 1lioMICID) AT 'I11 SOUTII. A Calm and Philosophical Discus 8Ion of a Great, k)vi1 Ihat Cnsts its Blight Upon Southern c(Ivilization -Tinue Now for upt People to ICtuan clpate Themselves f'rot ihe t'yranny of a Bloody Custom. ['he following contribu ion to the Sun day- News is fron the ften of tol Edward * McCrady, of Charleston, and teirits It care fuliierusal 'from all of our citizens.-E).j Every law-abiding citizen must, tand appalled at the fr"quency of homicide in the State. There ik scarcely an issuo of:a pape' which does .,not ghironicle or dOm(11eant upon some -.t affray or'"dilliculty," as it Is ituphemis tictWy termed, involving the life of somo.eltizen. It Is verily true that our brQthers' blood cries out from the ground agItinst us. Some. years ago-1iS'l -there ap peared a work entitbtd " homicide, North and South," In which Mr. ILd . l fld...

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. — 2 December 1897

The People's Journal. T. C. tOBINSON. Editor. Wy, 0. I MSTII.,IPubl{lh tr. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAN. i ubscription One Dollar a Year Entered at the Post Ofilco at Pickens as scod-class matter. _ - - -- 1 - TPlflltiDAY, DEC. 2, 18.97., GOVEiRNOU ELLERBE. Governor Ellerho has announ .od that he will ho a candinate for ro.election. This was natural and evorybhody expected it., especially in view of the fact, that" ho has boon harshly and unjustly criticised. Not to have become a candidato for re-elect ion would have been an admlissi mt of the correctness of the unfavotralsl( criticisms and would have be-1n1 a diappointment to his old friend and admirers. It was entirely priper for him to an nounco hisa purpowo at this time and lot h's friends know the fact, and let his enemies understand also the sitnation. After all that has been said, it cannot. he t ruthfully charged that Governor Ellerbe has gone back on his phs-(lges. Iis adninistra tion, av i wholE, has boon consist ent with his ...

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. — 2 December 1897

i'he. ieQpie's Journal. L? E :TEM Send us the news. Subscribefthc JOURNAL and be happy. -Mrs. M. F. Hester is quite sick this week. -Read all the advertisomonts in this paper. -Mr. Pierce:Meares of Pelzor visited in town last week. -L. C. Thornley went to At lanta on business this week. -The Piokens High school will have vacation the 17th instant. -Born, unto Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Hester on the 27th ult., an heiress. -Come to,town salesday. Sov oral valuable.iracts of land to be sold. -You should read the adver tisement of B. M. Griffin in this issue. -Mrs. T. D. Harris visited rela tives and friends in Greenville county last week. -Read the change in the ad. of T. D. Harr,is this- week. He has somethintto tefl you. -Dr. W. F. -Aistin. will be in Easley Tuesday and Wednesday the 7th and 8th inst. -Mrs. N. A. Christopher visit ed her sister, Mrs. J. .E. Garrick, of Neodmoro, last week. -The Town Council realized $20.00 Monday as the result of Saturday evenings arrests. -The Town Creek 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. — 2 December 1897

By A. L. DUANE. tt_opyl-rlhl, 1 ' (- u ,\ h \ th,:r.] . I Wt yVLI-I tghoing to l:ulitl . irs. Wall 1i14 had w1'iltt'l to iII'' at ('bri>tinas ti1111, w hiebll'l l " '111 I l t ' ( ItY or 't' i"1 \'tl , i '. t .t + ! ,n Ii w1ift','askinlt linto in -'' ' 11 \ Ay tlc'k("tli(utl: 11111ita ii' 1n i t,' un usua:lly "h i::h enL' 'u " .{u " t 1 a1 wester1'nisi- s .h:t k t nIl i 11t to le'xi'o InI I i r n :m,n given n n11 al to :uu lll; ' ' '; ll 2 y111 illdl(iest incoIll'( , .A I \'a f t, 1 \\'ll is and .11 t1'' i l ', 'l it !. New\ \" k wa ah 1 -t " - 1 (i : foreitlui (it\ tto l- I ;allV \w \ o i tI ' I lit r t h- < t h ; ! . I a Iuin iala by ti1 Nev l 1I a11 l111 I t\ Ii" t\' , 1 1 , iI)St Sill }H; i1111 tl l ll, 1 t,' ani n thelI n'atr of t a 1ot expet t ' t I I' ! 1t t I I pitl" 'r ll 1h ' pr lit it' 1 1i tl w r or 1 1 y i t lt i' 1' .-. 1tair il IIIt ieaal 11 ; I ' ,'! t !I (If thet \\t-t, w\t :i b l: ! t ht 1 i 11Ig IlI g tI l'IS I - T'h('rt" w as ' r t"1t;'t i(tt (.I us , hlit ...

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. — 9 December 1897

Jt _HE EOPLE'S OURNA VOL 7.:-N0. 46. PICKENS, S. C., THURSDAY, DECEMBER 9, 897. ONE DOLLAR A YEAR MU1A(5 IN BAH I UW, BILL ARP )ISCUSSES TH IEVES The Georgia Philosopher is ltobbetl amid He Blams the Tramps. "IHark, hark, the dogs do bark : The burglars have com to town." l''or fifteen years this has been an orderly, peaccable and honest town. Ever since the saloons were abolished there has been no disturbance of the public trat_qyuillity. During all that time our doors have not been locked at night nor has our chicken roost been robbed by the fowl invader. The pre sence of our faithful dog may have been our protection, for there have boon some few chickens stolen in these parts. Our neighbor, Charley Patter son, suffered soie in that way until he bought the old gailows on which a man Nas hung a row years ago and built a chicken house of the timber. Since then he can hardly geta darky tc put chickens in it. by day, much less to take them out by night. But our negroes in and around C...

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. — 9 December 1897

he People's Journal. T. V. IROBINSON, Editor.; W. U. IIECSTERCI'tblitthar. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDA1. lbscription One Dollar a Year mntered at the Post Office at Pickens as loud-class matter. ADVEI'[SING RATES. )no dollar per inch for first Insertion, fitf cents for onal subeotuent insertion. beral discount for atlvertIseinents on an -al contracts. Terms cash. Annual con tets payable quarterly. No lavoritea. Ono price to all. No spe d position or special rates to foreign ad rtisers. All :ncl must hake the run of o paper and abido by such rates. Local noticet. in local eolunin, 10 cents r liue for first. insertion and five cents for eh subseqellt insertion. Advertisetnients for coming issue should handed in not. Inter than Monday morn rhe editor will not he responsible for the tws and opinions of corresponldents, un ,s the sante are editorially endorsed, T1IUl1All k Y, DEC. 9, 1897. ('1o1111munieatied. Mr. Editor : I Pend you a few )rsos of poet'try taken from 'T'hos. ray's (tligy wri...

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. — 9 December 1897

LOCAL ITEMYS. -Col. J. E. Hagood, Charles ton, is in Pickens. -Lots of Christmas toys and candies at Harris'. -Your name should be on our subscription list. -A lot of Blankets, Overcoats and Shawls at Harris'. -These morning are very much like winter time, aren't they? -I can help you out with the Christmas tree. T. D. Harris. -J. W. Adcox has charge of the mail route between here and Eas ley. -The editor is attending the an nual conference at Fiorunce this week. -Miss Lizzie Williams, Briggs, visited Miss MattiA Hester this week. -Miss Lida Hagood, Easlay. visited Miss Corrie Bruce thia s week. -Miss Ara Whitmire, Jeptha, N. C., is visiting at 'Squire T. R. Price's this week. -J. T. Anthony is running a beef market in the rear of B. M. Griffin's grocery store -Daniel Winchester, Hazel, has purchased a nice farm from Jas. Nimmons on Eastatoe. -The contract for the cross ties of the Pickens and Easley railroad was let Monday. -Miss Ealie Winchester, Hazel, has been very sick for 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. — 9 December 1897

IHE FAUM[RS' AND MECHANICS' COLLEL A COMPLETE SKETCH OF CLIC3 SON. A Comprehonsivo View of tilc Greatest. Agriculttaral and ilndut trial Collego in the South-Utp Dif'erent Departments an theit Equipmecnt ad Mot bols of Teaeh ing. To the Editor of The News anti t'otrier: 3elieving that the people of thit State will be glad to know how Clem son College is equipped for the work of industrial education, and how this equipment of teaching force, buildings and apparatus are employed, I very gladly comply with your rtquest to write for The News and Courier an outline sketch of Clemson and the work of training our youth into lines whicb will lit them for maximnul usefulnes; in the battle of life under the new alignment of its industrial activities. You have done much through the columns of your journal, which you have conducted upon uch an elevated lane as to command the respect of all intelligent readers, to convey correct impressions of Clemson and its work. )imIiAO'I'\I.\Nt ot' MEii-\N 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. — 16 December 1897

__[THE EPS _ JRA VOL. 7.---NO. 47. PICKENS, S. C., THURSDAY, )CEMBE:R 16, 897. ONE DOLLAR A Y An Echo of Antietam. Not far from the little town of Sharpsburg, on the summit of a s'opc at whose base the Potomac flows, stands the old Maryland manor of the Douglass family. In that fateful year, 182, the two sons of the proprietor were in the Confederate army -"Robt" of a pronounced typo both. One served in the cavalry ; the other, Henry, then about twenty, formed one of " Stone wall " Jackson's staff. We all know that after the fearful butchery of Antietam was over, fearful because so useless, because so wanting in result-McClellan remained inactive during the whole of September 18, facing Leo's army, with more fresh troops under him than the whole rebel army amounted to. On the night of the ,8th--19th Lee forded the Potomac without molestation and marched his weary troops back into Virginia. Jackson went with him and of course, Colonel Doughts also. Lee remained near the ford for some...

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. — 16 December 1897

urnil itor. Y THURSDAI. ne Dollar a Yea the Post Offmce at Pickens v s inatter. 1'EIRTI'SING RATES. 1e dolli e per inch for first insertion, fi centlt for racl subtseqient in.tertiot ,iberal alis"oennt for aeltvert jerment.t on at nua: eontrie't4. TerrM eash. Annual co tracts,. ie:-ible 1 lit.,rterly. No favorite". One price to all. No api cial pouvitioi "r %pevial rate to foreign at vertise'r. Al I l xni(h ntitst take the run the pape-r :n neI ahido i'." vn<li rates. L, ':It it"tO'.-. in ''ia ih'mn. 10 (eni per lire fr.t fir- in,ertie,ii adt fiye cuntA fe ea"h sui'b.'i'.- int e'rtien. A.lve-rti. :.. -nt< for ('arninl! iv'ine sl ttil le hle an i in nw.t late-r tiin M.ueti:v ntnri ine. The e"'it - -' nit lie reR1'onaihle for tli vietw. :1t; 1 "":'I,i",nr of ("orre4p.m(enits, itu less the Milnt. are e-<litorially' en lorseel. 'li l'!:r \Y . D EC. IA. 1897. DU'CK44 .ND9 GOLDI BU'GS. Or(ver ('cVeland. now a plai citiz' f the United States, huntile dl:e"ks in the marshes South 1...

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. — 16 December 1897

i[t~~~~~~ ' tp(, + ) li -Stoves and furniture cheap at Harris'. -See the ad. of J. MoD. Bruce in another column. -'Mrs. J.0. Brook is confined to her room with sickness. -There 3 a groat deal of sick ness in the county now. -Charles B. Calvo, Columbla, is the:State Printer now. - lon. Joel H. Miller was in town on business Tuesday. -If you want to live long, don't try to live more than one day at a time. -For Slo:--One half acre lot on Garvin street. Apply to T. C. Rebinson. tf. --Read the change in Misses Rogers advertisome-t, Greenville, and consult them. -No matter how poor a man's memory is, he never forgets when you owe him money. -There will be a union Christ mas tree in the Baptist church on Christmas eve night. -M. F. Hester and son, Wilton, went to Brevard, N. C., on busi nese today, (Wednesday.) -Jas. E. Brown, one of Cvn tril's prominent mterchantH, wn in town on business M ondialy. -If your schooling dos n,,t, help you to better the worid, your time and money are, both 1...

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. — 16 December 1897

1, Y scuISSeS Questions tat it)g the People. 1Y ''ORM AND CUBANS 101114%scs \1.111 t4 IIt,' It'....5 v .t( I1:1 "111. I 11 :'t'', 4 I It ii . IC."t. 11 I..I .1 hi t -tl 11 It11 'I' 1 111 .111 - I1 '."71t)', .I (5 2 ,~i ( ti it I t11 It1t a .u ti it\s I:l1''$ 5 9 5 is II ,s:t't f Y'-1i 111 : , " 1!I i' ,t lIs- t . 5 .: - . of i t 1 t' t 1 1 t i' t t. t:4 . Is - 4 t 1 lt. - .t t ] . t . . 1 - t. 11.' 1 , 5.4 Is :.. (1. K 1*' - w4 Li ~. ..-...-. .4 s. .. r t5' 1' a, t 0 ar 9. i u a rl a o r 5:.val ts. an 95 $ - s .,M .l vh i 2: i , o a r n if niter -4:.:,ay ilerr ,i r i J 4li,i.i 1 s il tlt iO 55i$lOM ty Ai v(oi4lne 80 8 N:. v n ins ov eish an la 5: V :l is ale s x s<f its i if '' i'' N ... s i iit il i lil S t si i i r > 1 la <lt,ss e r, yli . r , -f', 5 f> iL*: ' .'il I', to c 5..>rti vv r i , ti/ ' 5s45ci . erde n i \. /ilo tis rin ti t l I , /e t.- intrsi. I >f tr , , .ili , . i .%4lt 444 l I E'4'ilsr s i cu> 5.59i . erahl port'in,4449 . wasreq ired to iitisr 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. — 23 December 1897

I 4 VOL- 7:- -NO. THE PIEOPLE'S-JOURNAL. 48. PICKENS, S. C., ~~~~~'1TL 4DAY, I)ECEIi iB B, 8.ON 'DLA AYER COTTON GIROWER{S IN SESSION. STEPS TAKEN TO OD:Cii-:sE-: ACHitI-:E' ANI) INCRi1'-ASE Pi'ii.:--l1E -CiAIRA 'TION AA INST SPi-:CULAI'ON IN Ft T'1t EIS-FARtMEis .\ iv Si1<:0 To IIAiSE FOOD PIROD)UCTS. The meeting of the delegates to the cotton groweis' colveniilhn at the Kim ball Ilouse in Atlanta wais a gathering of many notable ien from several States. Among those high in otlicial circles were Dr. J. William Stokes, memiber of Coniygress from South Carolina; Cc+ onel R. T. Nesbet, coninissioner of agriculture of (eorgia; lion. . S. Cu veir, colllissioner of agriculture of, Alabama, and Colonel It. .J. RIedding, supe rinltenIdenlt of thle Georlglia exneri1 melit station. The purpose ol (he meetin-g twas to effect a permanent organizat ioll, and at, noon IIoni. J. C. Wilbolrni, presidelnt, o1 the Cotton GowIeOrs' .ssocia,tlonl of South Carohna, and also preside'! t of the State ...

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. — 23 December 1897

Itople's i(Xrnal. 4 . 0. I C, S*-K Pishimamr. BLISHEb I RY THURIDA. :riStidhi One Dollar a Year *ed 'At tie Post Ollice at Pickens as classm matter.. DVEIN TING RATES. lolar per inchi for firs4t inmertion, f to4 for ealch subse.eluenlt ins9eption. dim.40mmunt, for adtivrtimemoeniten an ntracti. Terni cash. Annn* con paynble qutarterly. vorites. One price to all. 14N.Spe dtaloti or special rates to fornigui ad'L -m. All emh imulst take the run of wr nwid abide h*v such raten. i no01hm4-, in local Co1umn, 10 cents i for first, Itisertion anid yive centa for l'aminemit insertion. rtistoments for coining issule alhoilil led in not later than Monday morn 'Mltor will not be responsible for the mui opinions of correspondentit, un i cae are editorially endorsed. iIIttII).\Y, lt . 23, 1897. IV E ,AND AN4D TILLMA N. mator Tillman ig roported to jpod to the schomo for Ifaw aninoxtion and his roasons n1111(1. His position is virtu .ho same as that of Mr. Cle d when ho was presiden)t of nited St...

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. — 23 December 1897

The People's Journal. LOAL ITRns. -GOOD stoves cheap at Harris' -Read Trespass Notices in this issue. -Laban Mauldin, Easley, was in Pickens Tuesday. -Call on Ben Griffin this week and get your fire works. -J. E. Hagood, Jr., Easley, was in town on business last week. -ONE fine breech loading Shot gun for sale at cost at Harris'. -ALL kinds of toys and Xmas goods at Harri'. -The South Carolina Legisla ture meets en the 11th of January. -A good bedstead for $1.50 at Harris'. -Cadet Luther Hendricks, Clem tsol College, spent Sunday in Pick ens. -Hon. W. T. O'Dell, Roanoke, ,as in Pickens Faturday on busi ness. -The Clemson College Cadets will not have any vacation this session. -The Pickens High School closed Friday last for two week's vaationA. -Mr. W. W. F. Bright, Maynard, was among his old friends in Pick ens Saturday. -Next Saturday is Christmas 4ay; and we wish all a merry, snerry Chrstmas. -Miss Maggie Dargan is visit ing the family of Mr. DeCarroll's, Gaffney, this week. -Osca...

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. — 23 December 1897

IH- REAL CAUS[ Of THE "EBElION." SLAVER HY ONILY AN INCII-:Nr. A Practical Teachor in Iasurensi County Ansliers tlie Questiou Her Mleltiotil of limpai1irt oig Kinlo ledge to l'ulpils. To the iditor f fThe Nev-s and Girier: Being the teacher of hii-tory in the graded school o: iny town, I have read with graat interest the editoria' nIt COmmUnlict tiolns in yoir npe t.r ilthil to one of the quest-ions a.iked at hC recent exaniniation of teacherz-: "Wh at was the real :iun of the reCellion in 18ti1 : I'Ien, allow nie the spmm in your columns to make to Other-i :uano01 your readclrs. IIkewise inter1ted in the subject, a fw eugvestions, from ily Own experience. aLotIL at way of teaching 17 United States h Itolry Iin school. 'The ultinatte purpose of ail I torical ins~truction 1b(ublk be tht, in culecation of a -pirit of patr o a a broadening of th"e (bl's tea i to develop ait imore thorro!!h uni ing of human natuir atil if pinl ciples of po iticil omo ny. I i'. patrioti: ml mlust e ainln...

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. — 30 December 1897

I.IE 'P-10 LES VOL. 7N0 N9 IC NS, S. C., THUSDY IIh~iBi to, R&7 1.6 61 vistu Cu1V116 t [l110, S 1111ig60. You would have thought them very clowical looking had you scon .acksorn and Jot nte Skilling as they appearcd . to Mr. Jordan, the aftvernoon ho went down by their houso to look after is logs. lie was a lumbwrman and store keeper in a little viilge in Arkansas ; and their father twnd mother lived in at sm1all1 log shanty on tho river bank, near where he tied his rafts. It was the day before Ch.-istmnas. WhilI the weather was niot, ait cold its it is in Chicago al, tiib season of the year, the sighI.t of Jackson aid .1ohnnio made Mr. Jordan siiver. Their father would rather hunt than work, and was away now, an o kiew where, nor when Ie, would -tmri': T'Icy ofLi n enough unard little to cat, v.1d as for clothing, they I woruc .1v ceast-off, gar wn'r'i ' rts of older peopio its they could pick up. Jacksion t had on r. very dirty str'aw hat, th'e top of which was nearly split oi...

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. — 30 December 1897

f trnal. DAI. u a Year 'ickens as sec( One dollar per Inch for first insertion, fif ty cents for mech subsequtent insertion. Liberal discotnt, for advertisenonts on an nuam contrat.'. Tersi ensh. Annual con tractts, pa'vales quarterly. No favorte.s. One prico to all. No spe cial position or special rates to foreign ad vertisers. All sneih mst take the ritn of the paper and abide by such rates. Local notices, in local colunmn, 10 cents per line for first insertion and flive cents for each subt-t4tent insertion. Advert.isemtents for coming isstte sihould be hsatded in not later than Monday mtorn lug. The editor will not he responsiblo for the views ani opinions of corresponilents, un tess the same are ecditorially entliorsed. Tlilil)uAY, DEC. 30, 1897. READ THIS. "To put at rest the numerous uid absurd rumoris concerning imall pox it Groronville, The News itatos ott authority that thero are 10 nOw 0. no eaths, and that .ho patits . already reported, are )right., cheerful, sittImIg u1p...

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. — 30 December 1897

rhe People's Journal. f~OCAL ITEMS. -A Happy New Year to all. .-Read military notice in this issue. -The Pickens High School pens Monday. -The tax books closes Friday. No extension this time. -Mr. Clive Folger, Gaffney, is risiting in Pickens this week. -Only one arrest was made by Warshal Cureton in town Christ alas. -P. Eugene Alexander, Atlanta, g at home this week on a visit to ,is mother. -Thore was a turkey shoot at ?umpkintown Monday and sever d turkeys lost their lives. -Miss Gertrude Hunt, Green. lle, is visiting her sister, Mrs. r. C. Robinson, this week. -The Ruhanah school will >pen the first Monday in January with Miss Sallie Mulligan as toach )r. -Rev. L. L. Inabinett will leave ;his week for Townvillo, S. C., vhere lie will supply the churches >f that circuit. k-Maj. J. J. Lewis slipped up >.nd fell Saturday evening during Ahe freeze and came noar breaking uis loft thigh. -Mr. Charles Bowen, Green -ille, has been spending the holi !ays with his paronts, Mr. a...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
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