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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 17 May 1894

[t'eeples J )al~i. RB3DAY, M AY 17, 1894. IL PARAGRAPIS. 11 sond tho JoURNAL and K AND FARM ono year for T. Bowon lost a very fino - ; Friday night. Thornloy, jr., of Easloy, .0 On the sick list. ona Boweu is visiting rela Dacusvillo this wook. F. Austin of Atlanta, is this week. litor J. B. Clyde, of Eas n town last Tuesday. Lewis went to Contral, onl businloss. Thornloy visited rola d frionds in Sonoca this sumny, of Eastatoo, was 0111 his wigoin last Fri istantly killod. W. Bruce, of Anderson, mothor, Mrs. S. P. Bruce, ay. Stewart has added his the list of whoolmen of st oflice has boon moved 1sonic Hall until the new finished. Alingsworth, who purchas Id C. H. has put hlands at rmg it down. J. J. Beck, of Browning, 11 proach at this p 1 a c o ly night. Looper oponod a singing ast Monday with about 20 1. L. E. Childross visited hor , Mrs J. T. Lowis, of Ander ills, last Saturday and Sun tf' McDaniel has boon on c list for sovoral days, but glad to say le is much bot .Hostor has p...

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 May 1894

. .m11TErr. C you vish to register in tlh Natiol Longue StatoTe'achor' Bureau, write. b. C. SNlvfstor, ta Malnagor, Colmbia, S. C. hKow Abolt 0"e 11e-iss at illg Tk'rei? ''lia fore\golng i a part of th ICeadilg (litorialf tho ntinel of April 96th1. It skelis to be anu .hOr plo adi1( to the Iuy iow perploxing c00011101 [M'opflo. Wll. ignor-ance, vice, anld crilmesol nee-1d the) aid of fr. I . e,.luq)(ls . ({rivo theill intio ohlivioll ill tW s and cities, anud 1141 1h.e nwiedd in villages and t ' i t sict, is a imystery. \\hlln 41 ky in school we were told that like causes pro duced like ell'ects-this throws a da Ipe all thait, howeVver, quitf. ai complinlIIt is paid to the villa ger andi l iyte l ll 1lit' ifornIlation to ilali tlat Ii'. iiidies Ill edeation, well, n't he a idaisy. \'ill not the peopleottfthis couln t\ llo "lad tl kl - t*\ t ll vleo anid Critn' (d0 1 1" I ll t, M- i' [he (\\., ilIel -1:xN\ Will s(mml re m m"' t he i( ' I'11i d \i wt ll ilft ho taXed l o I'llil(I h01 ...

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 May 1894

THE PEOPLE'S JOURNAL Vo.4. PICKENS, S. C., THURSDAY MAY 24, 1894. - No.21. DL. ROBERIT KICIKSEY Physician and Surgeon, Office it his residence Main street. March 8, 1804 H. 0. BowEN. L. E. CnILnIass. OWEN & CILILDRES, Attorneys at Law, Pickens, S. C. Oct. 5. 1898. D R. J. W. NORWOOD, Dentist. Dr. W. M. N.nIWOOD, Assistant. 0111c, 881 Main Street, Greenville, S. 0. Jan. 9,'92 y It. J. P. CARLISLE, Dentist Gre-i iylloe, S. C. Ofice over Addisol& McGee's Drug Store. J. S. COTHnAN, G. G. WELLs, Orecnville, 81 C. M. F. ANSEL,' T. PCi Awn, Pickens, S. O. 40- TL.- HoLLIWORTHI, Pceh, . Have associated thelnselves together fog the practice of law in its various branches, And will give careful attention to all busir ne4ss undertaken by them. Loana and dias.,ounts negotiated. May 1, 1894. The Exchange Hotel, GREENVILLE, S. C. C. W. HENDERSON, Proprietor. Meern Improvements. Large Rooms. Special attention to Commercial Travel an Tourists. Table Fare Unsurpassed. Fine Climate'the year ro...

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 May 1894

rT LE'S JOURNAL T. 0. 8&BIN8ON, EDITOR. PUBLISHED EVERY THURODAY. Subscription One Dollar a Year SEnttered at the Post. Ofico at. PMckeis at em-easmatter. uO rI.T11.LMA:'s ANSIVER. 'iho JodRNAi, regrots that it. has not ., spao) this wuk, to give in full thle answer of Governorl Till man to) CIhina al ichell's lotter, in reference to the Walhalla resolu t joib. Among other things Governor Tilhuan sayvs: 4h1'oe financial policy advoca ted by the Alliance embraces three things: 1. Te a holition of nationa banks, aznd the issue of papel mUoney dir-ect- by the Unite( .States government. 2. The free coinage of silve at the ratio of 10 to 1. h. The increase of the eircu lating mediums, gold, silver am legal t-ler grcenbaeks, to a least . per capita. of popula tion.. The I'l ndamental ideas o1 (1e0n ! -re accompanied by the :: .I for a government sys' 1 banking incorporating the l i iesury idea and the lending of money to the people at a low rate of interest. To the three positions set...

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 May 1894

TRUIWDAY, %IAY 24, 1894. LOCAL PAAGRAMPHS. We will send the JOURNAL and he HoME Aii FAR one year for 11.25. Col. J. E. Hagood, of Charles. on, is in town this week. Sheriff 1cDaniel visited Green. ille last week. J. 0. Jennings and family visi. d Greenville last Saturday. The wedding bells will soon be aging in Pickens. Mr. and Mrp. J. L. Carpenter, of eenville, are visiting J. J. Lewis. Oapt J. L. Thornley ie confined his room with a severe cold. Rev. J. R Book of lirowning, Ga., )ached in the Baptist Church nday night. dr. and Wre. James Raines visi friends and relatives in Green. le, last Friday and Saturday. V. H. Anthony, who has beer r for tho last two weeks, return. ;o Clemson College, MondAy. Iri. Lee P. Orr, has opened up ilinary store in the Freeman Iding. Ir. Eatle is building a very neat ding, foir the post office on his >n Main Street. F. Hester went to Washing. Mondty to visit his son, W. lester. )fore another week rolls by old Coutt House will be a thing ie past. t...

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 May 1894

W. W. F. BRIGi, EDTOR. A are boing made t, hold an ixamniiudion Of I Ol)t1 to teach in the public schools dur ing the instituto. '"l 1nk 1aagomonits Teachors wiv llinko ara to OJ)pi teio freo schools tho second woek in Jtly or as soon as possible aftor that date. The following is published as in formation, trustees and teachors ill govern themselves acecording Whoreas. W. A. Olinsted has failed to sign coiItract on his part with Stato Board to furnish map of the State. Re-solved, by the County lloaird of Pickens County that the adoption of the a on Deember 1-5th V-93 h rescinded. The questioin for First CUrado cert ificatos are pumblished this weiek inl order to accollilodat' thus" who have Ask(d for a cop\. and al.o t(- firiisi bianin for the idle. O RAW M A l A ND LITiE IAT I'1RE. 'lhe sap eip/dot-, like the blood (if anilmals, furnishe-d s a. rae1idiui thhroarth w'hich the 4-lemenots 1f foo)d lay find their way I ' I'/ iil where they are iwedeid , b gult th o('m of sap is not "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. — 31 May 1894

HE EOPLE'S JOUR L 0 4 PICKENS,. S. C., THURSDAY MAY 31, 1894. R ROBERT KIlRKEY, Physician and Surgeon, hie. 0t lins re-rsidnace.\l~ttn -- ree-. March 8, 1894 1-. 0. BowBN. L. E. CuIrDBE8s. OWEN & CHILDRESS, Attor neys at Law, Pickens. S. C. >t5, 1893. i. J. W. NORWOO), Dentist. Dr. WLW M. N. iwooD, Assistant Office, 883 Main 8truct, Greenville, S. C. Jan. 9, '92 y DR. J. P. CARLISLE, Dentist Gren ville, S. C. 01lice over Addison & McGee's Drug Store. J. S. COTHRAN, G. G. WELs, Greenville, S C. M. IF. ANSIM, T. P. CoTintAN,l pcenS p C L. HOLLUNSWorTH, Pickens, S. C., Have associated themlvesnh together fop the practice of law in its various branches, and will give careful attention to all busir ness undertaken by themli. Loans and discounts negotiated. May 1, 1894. The Exchange Hotel, GREENVILLE, S. C. C. W. HENDERSON, Proprietor. Mloaern Improvements Large Rnoms. Special attention to Commercial Travel an Tourists. Table Fare Unsurpassed. Fine Climate the year round. Ap. 7...

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. — 31 May 1894

fftnnJOURNAL T. 0. BOBINSON, EDJoa. Subscription One Dollar a Year -Entered at the Post OffidO at Pickens as seond-clam matter. A new postofice has been etab liehed at Thonlas's store near Da cueville, by the name of Thomas. vil, -3. W. Thomas, is post mas ter Indications are that the 17 year Locusts are marching this w a y, prepare to moet thom-they are said to be good food for hogs. Capt. A. Blythe and W. H. Ir vine, two prominent lawyers, en gaged in a street fight in Green ville, on the 25th instant. No so rious damage done. South CArolina's pensions to Confeaerate soldiers and widows this year will be $22 each, or loss than $2 per month. Altogether there are 2,265 old soldiers or their widows who have made application and have boen accepted as pension ers. Mr. James Lawrence jr., of Pick ens couny was severely hurt at Jar ratt & Hasting's saw mill Thurs day. He was a djusting a belt when an iron key on a shaft caught his clothing, revolved him twice around the shaft, tearin...

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. — 31 May 1894

THURDAY, %tAY 81, 1894. LOCAL rARAGRAPHS. We will send the JOURNAL and ) HOME AND FARm one yeax for 25. A. E. King, of New York, was in tn last week. F. B. Cobb, of Richmond, Va., 3 in town last week. '. M. English of Columbia, is in 'n this week. V. T. Mears lost a very valuable - last week. 1. E. Wilbur, of Charlotte, N. was in town last week. - .bb, a very old and faithful I dog, belonging to Eugene cander, died last week. ur farming editor says that the ot cold snap has damaged the on considerable. . D. Harris has a change in his this week. Call in and see if 2asn't something to suit you. as. P. Carey and Julius E. gs went to Augusta, on railroad iness. . D. Bruce who has been quite in Anderson returned, home Monday, very much improved. ee P. Orr has finished the build. where he is going to put up a tograph gallery. 3reifus & Co., of Greenville o sold out their immense stock lothing to a Charlotte firm. (r. and Mrs. John Ferguson, of nville, visited friends and rol es in Pic...

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. — 31 May 1894

W. W. F. BRIGHT, Emioon. Educatio mensu Cvi aaUton. Since the art of printing was first discovered the march of 'oiviliza tion is ever onward. From the best of information obtainable, there is no doubt but that our Saviour met with opposi tion in trying to do good to all men. Be ye not discouraged. Are you able to keep your ehil - dren out of bad company? If not), would it not be better to oductu that bad company than to have you own child learn bad habits and bring you to sorrow in after years. A Wayside Chat with Teacher., DY VELMA CALDWELL MELVILLE. Not with college presidents and lordly professors, because they do not come among us, and perhaps do not really need the hints we purpose dropping during this little chat; no, not theso, but with the young eons and daughters of Amer. ica who are engaged in teaching country schools or the lower grades of other schools; with those who have to do with the first formation of the child's character; with those whose image must, for time and...

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. — 14 June 1894

54 Vol. HE.. PEOPL. E'SJO RA. Vol.___ PICKENS, S. C., THURSDAY JUNE 14418. N.4 it ItolEltIP K I KEIIY, ' Physician and qur eon, i. t . n 1- -. A till .d reVn . Mlarch 8,' 1894 I. 0. BowaN. L. E. CIuLnI:ss. B""" ""N & """1c - Attorneys at Law, i'i~:esn S. p. 1 51, I .T. -it. J. W. :DlWOD De t r. ) W M. N', awoon, Assistain Ollice, 88,1 Mbi Sret, Greenville, S. C. .jan. 9, '92 y ville, S. (. Otffie over Vi1 1i*1 4X Nleue's Drug Store. J. S. COTiRA N, G. U. WA4tt4, Greenville, Sr, C. M. F. ANsix, T. P. Uo-ritnAN, C. L. lHOLLINO4WOnTH1, PICkIens1, S. 0., Ihave associated thomolves together for the pratieo of law iit it various branches, and will give carefui attentioln,to all b"si, iess undertaken by them. Loans anid discoints negotiated. May 1, 18914. The Exchange Hotel, GREENVILLE, 1. C. C. W. HENDERSON, Proprietor. Idaacernl Impr-ements Tiargo Rooms. Special attentiou to Coiniercial Travel an Tourists. Table Fare Unisurpassed. Fine Climate the year round. Ap. 7, 9'z J. E-. IiAGOO...

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. — 14 June 1894

THE PEOPLV JOURNAL. T. 0. 11013IN130N, EInTOR. PUBnisHED EVERY THURSDAY. ubscription Onc Dollar a Year Sat lo postOce ato Pcickous a 00oeral conmiI1uniations lcft ou lie week to give place to the pro. modings of the Demoratic execu. Yo conunIttee. Cyrus W. Field, jr., died in Now -ork, on the 6th instant. The STATE newspaper in Colum in has sovered its allegionco to resident Cleveland and has do lined the offers of peaco by the tate Democratic Exocutivo Coin jittee. It hais no place to lay its eary head. It bot its last dollar a Cleveland and is politically busted." The JoURNAL hi had little to 3y about Congress, for the reason hat Congress has dono little, it. ad been waiting for results, and othing of consequence resulted. he State bank tax repeal bill has eon defeated, which shows the tter disregard of Congroes for the ishos of the South. The Prohibitionists disappoint I the scheming politicians, by ioir wise and conservative course I the convention which they hold i Columbia las...

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. — 14 June 1894

,TH URSDAY, JUNE 14. 1894. LOCAL PARAGRAPHS. .'e will send the JOURNAL and HOME AND FAR oio year for 25. 4. S. Konnemore is quito sick. -1. M. Merck, of Gainesvillo, Ga., s in town last weok. . A. Hagood, Esq., of Charleston, in town this wook. giss Mary Symmes, of Green le, is visiting Miss Corrie Bruce s3 week. Vtr. and Mrs. Holbert Williams, Wolford, visited their son, Dr. J Williams, last week. [aj. J. J. Lewis visited friends I relatives in Seneca and Wal la, last week. tirs. Avery and son Albert, of anta, are stopping at the Moun a View Hotel in Easley. tarried at the residence of the ciating Minister, Rov. J. At. - wart, on the 10th instant, Mr. tie Brown to Mrs. Mary Hester. 'rof. J. L. Murphree will sing at untain Grove the third Sunday June, beginning at 2 o'clock, n. 'he Teachors Institute for Pick .s County will be hold at Easley :ing the second week in July. >f. E. L. Hughos, of Greenville, I bo principal. Jhildren's day was observed at > Presbyterian church, last...

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. — 14 June 1894

Wy W. F. IImm , EDTOR. t forgot that the Stato Toaol- t or's AssociatiOln moot at Spartan burg the first wook in July, and i don't delay gettilIg ready to at - tond-it Will help you to do better work in till) school room, and in the futuro increaiso your salary the moro you know and aro able to (b the greater your roward. You havo ideas, then tako a part, in the discussiOns, unloss you agree with overybody 'lso. Loarn to think on your foot, and tell it out whilo young, or you may rogrot it when you got older-now is the tinRie. Thoro are a few teachers not yet employed, if there is a vacancy auvwiere. Aro you doing all you can to be roady to send all your childron tc school this sumniorn#"lery alink out of the chain, the teachers cannot stop the class for one child to catch up. Do your (Ity by your childron, that will help the trusteos to got all the on orgy and push in the toacher out aln( expended oi the pllpi Is in your school. Don't do all you Caln to discourago both teache 1an u...

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. — 21 June 1894

___ _HE PEOPL'S OUR NAL. 0C. 4.K S. C., THURSDAY JUN 21, 1894. No. 25 "R.IlOBERT K~ltKSEY -Physician and Surgeo (fls it h reidol.l o I tMain Stree March 8,'1894 1. 0. llowEN. L. E. CiLDREss. OWEN & CI14)ESS, Attorneys at Law Picken1s, k. C. Oct. 5, 1893. D)R. J. W. NORWOOD, Dentist. Dr. W IN. N. twoon,, Assistant 01ce, 88) MaIn Stret, Greenville, 8. C. Jan. 9, '92 y D . J. P. CARLISLE, Dentist Groen L ville, S. C. Otlict over Adlison & McGee's Drug Store. J. S. CO-RnAN, (1. (1. 'WELss, Greenville. 86 C. M. F. ANsal,, T. P. CoTmnAN, C. 1'. IoL,-INOSwOnTn, PicklenS, S. C., Have associated thcemielve together for the practice of law in Its various branchest and will give careful attentioln to alt busi, ness undertakon by them. Loans and discounts negotiated. May 1, 1891. The Exchange Hotel, GREENVILLE, S. C. 0. W. HENDERSON, Proprietor. iMoaern Impr-ernent, Toarge Rooms. Special attention to Cominercial Travel an Tourists. Table Fare Unsurpassed. Fine Climate the year round. Ap...

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. — 21 June 1894

'THEPFOPLCS JUVW L . . RO)3INSON, Eurrox. PUBLISHED EVERY THUXODAY. Subscriptionl One Dollar a Year. Eutered at tj01 Posit office lit 'ickens as iA gISULE iBU'T TOO TIl. The Easloy Domocrat, unable to answer th( argunmont of the ,ToUR AL 1111d too stubborn to acknowl edgo its blunder, trios to obscuro the issue, by printing a column of misquotations, garblod statomon ts, personal lings at, the editor of tho JOURNAL Inid snoering allusions to the Weaver mon. The D)emocrat accuses tiho Jovit Nu1. of using the eX)rs(sion), "hy pocritical antiis, t he 10:t.Al, d nies this chargo, but. did allude to soee of them, as "hypercritical conservatives," as they woro criti cising without good reason its form for annomicing candidatos. Ther< is some difforenco in the meaning of the words, hypocritical and hy. percritical. as the editor ot the Domocrat will soo by referring t. iis dictionary. The ConservativvC lave callso to coilaill of (he JoI'INs.a, but it did not on tihat ,ccasion allude to ...

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. — 21 June 1894

The Reeple's jourryai1 THURSDAY, JUNE 21. 18.94. LOCAL PARAGRAPHS. We will send the JOURNAL and the HoMVE AND FARM one year for $1.25. Prof. J. L. Murphroo will sing at Salem Oconeo County, on tho 4th gunday in Juno. Barnett Allgood, who has been attending college at Dahlonega,Ga., is spending his vacation at home. Jones & Garrison has some at tractive reading in tl eir advertise ment this week. A citizen of our town, who recent ly visited V. A. Ferguson, says that his crop is the finest in the county. J. H. Newton, who has been 'n Georgia several wooks, in the insu rance business, is at home for a short while. There will bo preaching at Grif fin church at 11 o'clock, on the 4th Sunday morning instant, by Rev. T. J. Rook. Rev. J. C. C. Newton and daugh ter, are visiting relatives and friends near town. Thoy-will re turn to Japan soon. J. S. H. Price, of Milo Crook, was initown Tuesday and reports a good shower in his section Monday night, and crops in fine condition. M. M. Holde...

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. — 21 June 1894

W. W. I. PRIGHT, EDITOR. The Teachor's Tnstituto will be 1101( at Easley this year. It will opel Monday, July 9th, and will in all probability, b) the bost over hold in the County. It will bo conduItlcted by Prof. E. L. Hughes, of Groonvillo, assisted by an ablo faculty. - 'flio work will bo on the saint jino as last year, but advancod. A part of Oach (lly will be given to modol class work, showing how to us0 the text-books an(d maiitterial in overy day uso in the school rooni. Teachors should hogin to pre paro now to go, got. a largo and convouiont tablet to take the (lots Oal. Ins1tructioln will he given on at, least two branches that Von havo not been examllined ol, and you can't atford to miss it. Trustoos and patrons will find tho bost and imost progressive teach - ers present, should thwy be looking for one for present, use, or for tihle nOxt, year. All who are interested in the education of the y oilig 111 invited to como, and coin to ty and1 se,( what iS (10110. ''o modlel l...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 28 June 1894

THE PEOPLE'S Jct.I RN~i V1 4. PICKENS, S. C., THURSDAY JUNE 28, 1894. No.26 Physician and Surgeon, 01110.0 it hII' re0ideVncel M kil Stret.( March 8,' 18 4 M. 0. BowlCN. L. E. Uin.iuzs. OWEN & CllbDRESS, Attorneys at Law Pickens, . Oct. 5, 1803. It. j. W. NORWOOD,, Denltist W. NI. NcI<wooi), Assistant. 8 Main Street, Greenville, S. C. nu. 9, '92 y 1, \llitsLE, Dentist Gcm vile . -Olliec' over Adsl bileGeci Drug Store. - J. S. COTIIn^N, . (. G. 'iA' is, 1 Gree ii S. * M1. F. ANSFC, T. 1'. CoTiinN, iekens, S. 0. C. L. iiotla-I.4wolt(r1iives together for ]Hnve asso,4ciae ieteh brance ! teo pre-otleon of lc1W III IttIntijonl to atil hl" ' iIl(l will give crchl atte I' nd li ".i gotited. 31ay 1, 1891 The Exchange Hotel, GtEINV1ILLE, S. C. C. W. HENDERSON, ProprietOr. special attentiol to Cominer-cial Travcl aln Tourists. Table Farc Unsurpassed. Fine Climate the year round. Ap. 7, 9' 2 J. U. IIAGOOD, '1. 1 . - iR N1iv, ,in L. C. TiIOlN LEY. HAGOOD & THORNLEY BROS., LiveryalD &a...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 28 June 1894

THE. PEOPLES JOURNAL T. a. OBNSON, EITOn. rUBLDD EVERY TEUSDAY. Subscription One Dollar a Year. E~tered at th6 Post Ofice atPickens as 3ecoid.Class miatter. Unolo Georgo Tillman, has en tered the race for Governor. All oditorial commients and ar tiolos from our contributors aro crowded out this woek. Bo patient, thoy will appoar next wook and will be a foast to our readers. Dr. C. E. Fleming, a prominent citizen of Spartanburg, died very suddenly of heart disoaso, while traveling oi the road from Wol ford, on Monday last. Sadi Carnot, president of France, whilo driving through the stroots of Lyons on his way to a banquet given in his lionor, was stabbed on the 24th instant, by Cosare Giov anni San to,'a young-Italhan. Pres ident carnot died the next morn ing, and intenso excitomont pro vails. THE CANDIDATES START THEIR RACE. Rock 111, S. C., June 18.--Special: Fifteen hundred atteuded the first cam paign meeting here to-day. Probably 1,000 of them were imported Butler boomers and 50...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
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