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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 30 December 1897

UNDER TI' SOUTHERN CROSs. It wilts 1olt'0 4 'V8 anld busin Cl' My desc 1111(1 u1 i tsIsc Ther waslit wi it a lom-ty,( Wlild 1110no frost onidy th Sido find( no slo grooill out o f t h, t tkl'' lO V (i' I 1 i 9 c i s i l l ( l t h o Mr.t CTo Nvi'(iOJN' t1)ileiii 'IS Wuide o;. they couild bofl an stady wil op g Of the( "punkiah"l ov teiady wswin1gi1,1 kopt theo rorn "rlia a ll' t a and closo, for tho of).; "st 1 o)t 0110whero b, S situtted the farlaway Phi$-latpl ito 1-1 nlorth, ill tho great, beautitill n, win funto andt( 1h hwrsluvO HO per , o l O woderful ds - 1. Sn were the out hit sever over the imul il rn eos~s glittr Over tJio 1,111(l 1it 'ih u~~t.( dipper is upsidgi (I it ary/"lt L 'vithin two milllt t ., g all th year aromi (1 a quar1 after f So I had ber': and i half sestr in" 1 ' ut two hours ing to ( vr (ayli;1 ,an I was try ridi't. ijn Ceido Whlk, (ir to u1tilii. it by 1111 out to th tlis (1111 aund hav ilW fternioon.'tva, or. walkin. it) thll hotr paric to heav the hanid...

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. — 5 January 1899

TlHE IPEOPLE' JOUNA VOLI 8.--NO. qo. PICKEiNS, S. C., tHURSDAY, JANUARY ~ N OL~J ER THE INSIRUC1ONS TO IHE CONSTABLES 1111 GOViNOR'S DIREOrIONB. lakiluor Meized Under the Instructioes Will Not Ho Retourned-The Coni stables 6have a Large Discretion. Gov. Elte rbe has announcod that in th e fu.uru io iq'mis would be returned by him to .anyone when the constables mako.the selzures in accordanco witr, - the instructaois issued to them. LIe proposes to adhure to this rule. The instructions under which seizure are Lu be miade have been revised and are as follows: . 1. Constables appointed under the Dispoesary law will act only under that law. 2. They have the right to exercises all dutlen and p:)wora confored upon then by the Dispensary law. 3. Constables detectiag persons openly, or in the act of violating any of the provi ions of tho Dispensary law, may arreswt a.nd carry the party before at magistrates for a warrant. 4. They are to i-oiza) any wagon, cart boat, or any o:.hur convoyaneo...

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. — 5 January 1899

eopc'sJn ia. ROlBINSON, Editor. M~HED EVERY THURSPA. -cription One Doll ar Year ,Arell i t the l'oP st, O o a I- 31.I '4 v' c id-.chtus rnmia er. .1' 414)11..r per isl1h4 for li i.4 i so t io4', if :('101 fsr ec lli '1 1ilvet lell 4 11 itscrIlioni. ral lif.sooi it for :111 "ortis inent:' oil : - * * 4 14 '''1 nit -1 , - : r -1 L.ii .m 'It.A , I . I.1. . 1 1. , jw~cr 34''V N,)Th (U :r tho no0w e \ \ - ut law, whi!h!il p b las t '.'s n of I h4Jo . 3 . ' * t~1.?4 .43 -cl:'. '1 .) n.,(O4 Ol l 1 01 1' (I S NI!' i1I)O~i~ )~ li.. 04~* 143 1' A V" It t o" I ' '*I - '4 4'.) SU . .0 ~ 11.j44 4'~ 11~ i i S * 44w - - 44 'i e a It h1 4 - . 4 4 144 nex.....,. 11l' ly wil 314i' h al misle ala'aing.L..44:' .i 11espons4:ib) ty u -i h.i 4t there he I no d1)Li.Sappoj~iin onI 1 nt. d au~ ir in 1 oing4. .. Thos : li. th l wili !e. 1alti 4 4. isi rd noui 3 . ato f'beidtaxof impo d by the paw. gi tin)i~t .I llS il f ~'t is '1 notal tog .t~ 1r p:f ie a14 n1 3 uro sh ui try,~ in I.-.'e tc t he ur de , it ju...

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. — 5 January 1899

JOtrnal iad eoGillesp rviiting Oca 18 rnt saee -Dr. WtAin will be in skops the Wtb1.11th, and 12th -l. ~pe, of Clemson-Co lege, spending t while with' COeon and Sio Mauldio. -Miesek Essie aud Annio .Num me.yeied relatives and friends ir town .last week. -Prof. B. F. Robertson and det' Sam Robertson sponb the lidlay. ith their parents.. -Mrs. Airken Nowton and Miss rrin6 visiteditho family of Col V. Pickens, near Easley, last weck. -Misses Nottie and Addio A n ony of Fields visited their bro )r, Mr. Wi!l Anthony, in town it we6k. -Tlie sociable givoi at the resi a c.Tot Mr. and Mrs. I. A. Boweii it wook vas much eujoyod by ose present. Marriod, on Docembor 28th, 88, Mr. Luther Burnos to Miss >rah Hayes, Magistrate A. A. nes officiating. -Misses Childs and Sitten, two arming young ladies from An raon county, are visiting the isses Ashmore's. -On last Monday the yoiiung ople of the vicinity, ol ijOyed a ciahle given at th residence .f r. and Mrs. O'Dell's. Marrie&on the 21st, in...

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. — 5 January 1899

< le's Journal. K.NS S C. Aq, od on thO back porch, o or dross was neatly tuck ed 1te contact of splashing 1buttRim 'and her CYo8 restedI on thle b - of, sky, showing through tikq loaves of Virginia creeper which covered the lattico ; but taioughts were remote enough from flocks of sky, groen loaves, or splashing butterinilk. Inside the dim s'ttiug-rooI her nother nodded to the iusical rhiythin of the churn, and the buzziug of L.o) flios, high on the3 window panie. Te needle, stuck half way throught the cross stitohes in the heet of Mary 'Ann's stocking, was held perilouy , e". lope to the gray heakl bending over it 4ad.bobbing up and dow u It reguho'n ingbryals. '.ho warm, languorou_ J une d'ay courted sleep, the churn dasher outside ro0s and fell mnonotonously, and Its oadenco mingled with Mrs. Sitl era dreams. Presently there caie a raLI of buowy Vknucklos at the front, deor. M. Sm.ith ' head gave a f1ial jeri-k upward ut;d '1r eyes blinked open. Sh rso an Iened to the door, 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. — 12 January 1899

THE EOPLE'S JOU.RNAL. VOL 8.---NO. PICKENS. S. C., THURSDAY, JANUARY 1, 1898. ONE DOLLAR A YEAR GOOD ADVICIE TO PARMERS. Udcde Markets and New Methods Needed-The Country Cannot Be com9, Prosperous Alone Through t Agriculture. lion.-W. A. MacCorkle, ex-Governor ofWest Virginia, who made a national reputation for- the great work wbich ")I4ifd in ; the - development of West Virginia while Go'vernor, contributes - Jary ndmber of the South n Arn Magazine, of Baltimore, an unsuailly interesting and striking dis '9uesion of . Southern farm conditions, t -find' bowdhe agricultural intereste of the South can aldne be made p.-os Jperous. - Obvernor MacCorkle says: "The I farmer.is -not in a good way in the % .South." The totals of his labor, taken 6 - s a whole, are enormous, but the farm ereisenot. the g iner, and the South ( does not profit tW her enormous yields as she should. She is another exam pie -of the proposition that a country cannot become rich: andestrong through agriculture alon...

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. — 12 January 1899

itor ToURDA1. One Dollar a Year at the Post Offlice at Piokens as sa saa~tt&. 4 DVERTISING RATES. fe dollar per Inch for first insertion, flf Seeste fo each subsequent Insertion. Irdiscotnt for advortisernelts on an vual contracts. Terms cash. Annual con i acts, payable quarterly. Local noticea, in local co1um11n, 10 ceits per line for first insertion and five Cents for oohsitqhequent insertion. inoRtas. One price to all. No spe Ijalosition o lf Ipeean rates to foreign ad (sk - Mi sucli must take tlo run of hapapov .andi aldo by stich ratos. .Advertisionts for coming issue should i. handeld iU not later than Monday morn . Ao IUor will not be roponslble for the '0evs 4 d 'oPinions of corres;ipoiidot4, un es the Vfeme are oditorially endorsed. THURSD AY, JAN.14thi, 1.899. AN OUTRAGE. What would you think of a per son to Come to your face and med die It your busiunss? Say, you shJU not eat muoh 'diet as your nystem demand., or shall not wear such alothing us best suited to your bed...

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. — 12 January 1899

'ournal. itor. th THURSDA1. Onec Dollar a Year at the Post Office at Piokens as laeS natt. ' .ADV'ERITISING RATES. dollar per inch for first insertion flf i eat for each subsequent insertion. 'ixI discount for advortiAements on an dual contracte. Terms cash. Annual con itratei Payable quarterly. .00cal noticea, in locail cum,10 cet per 14ne for first Insertion and live cents for ch j~uent iniertion. uwdov-dw'- 4'f*0caLksl. One price to all. No spe lial positioa oI-rieelat rates to foreign ad rerf$jaV ' Adl stich must take the run of iha jply .anil ahido by such ratos. Adetis-sinuts for cominig iilssue sould W hauded j not later than Monday morn . 00iior will n1ot be respousnlle for the a1iV(5 Ad opiAion1s of eorrwqw yndit, un-,. es he MVw are editorially nolilursed. THURSDAY, JAN. th, 1809. AN OUTRAGE. What would you think of a per Ron to Come to your -face and wed, dile in your business? Say, yot sehalt not -eat uol 'diet an your nystem demands, or shall not wear auch olothing us b...

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. — 12 January 1899

The People's ournal. - Locals. -Oharles Bvowen is at home on a Visit.' Miss.Maude Ashmnore is visiting it Anderson county. -J- L. Gravley of S uny Vale was in towlA.onday op,'.bualis -.... J. Ohastain of Knob paid Piokoens a business call'Munda --Hon, B. J. Johnston of central township, was in Pickedd:- last week. -mi Cora Bower who 'har ben visi ing in Newbgrg has re $9tpedq home, . -Mies Lids Smith, ot Esl Ory visitid relatives and'-ien0uad in t-wn last week,. -RL. IR Bentz extends 'his thanks fo 1898 and ferds greot ings for.4*9;s(e hie.ad. -William Fagan has deter mined to "Push theri off.!' Deal Ors should see himU. See.his a T -Dr. W. F. Austin,'.. Ipentist, will be in Easl y Tuesday and Wednesday&nd Bicibeity Thu'sday Miss Mella Hendricks, of Field 4s now boarding in town. andat tending the _Piekene High Sohool -Mr. Arthur Huntrifter spond. Ing'the poet two week.at-his hom< in Daocustille, is again.at his storo w..,tr.T llnwen . wnt t< able and instruotive sermon al...

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. — 12 January 1899

The People's Journal. Locals. ,oharles Bowon is at homo on a isit. . Miss.Maude Aahmnore is visiting in ,nderson county. -J- L. Gravley of SjIny Dal WAS in towajdonday op,.baspes. -J. J. Ohestain of Knob paid ]riokons a business oatll-Mondayg. , -Hon. B. J. Johnston of central township, was in Pictkvis lastr week. -Miss Cora Bowe .who 'has been visiting in Newbry. has re Orned hkome. -,- -" . - ---is Lids Bmith,- ef essl Oy visitad relatives and M1ada i' teenu last week, . a"-R, L. R Bentz eXtnds his thanks fot 1898 and ends greet in~gs for,tq*9;sce his.:ad-. -William Fagan has deter mined to "Push theinoff."'' Deal e should see him. See..his a d. -Dr. W. F. Austin,.. l)entist, will be in Eas y Tuesday and WednesdayA)d iboity Thn'rsday. Miss Mella Hoedrioks, of Field, 4s now boarding in town. aud4tat tending the -Piskens High SchQoI. -Mr. arthur Hunt- tfter speud, lng-the pest two week.at4his home in Daousyille, is again.at his storo. umtr T' '1Rnowen -went to able and instruotive s...

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. — 12 January 1899

oas - -- - tur rn' at the a oiatierate WO I* Va ihs oI Co. C. Ca pt. thi u (. I)Awson'$ o no ADVERTI tt tv 4i d wh"" "O (r' away from bom Th sea00 for ach i xp_ rionmne re "*r&a d"iocount fo,. -derais, as WI- PT ua-contrats. Te" bracfts, payable quat her '63 8 Local noticea, in io of Novem , a por lin for first Inst garrison of 1ltderaka tz 0ch a equentiuse I burg, Tonu. ri6 6f, 1eSj. On.i determined to at 0'r i. ptl?*1 10 or irr 6 sks, AM t such thst- y picke~d M601, 1 '44 r .AAnd aide- ning attacked ard A.rdvrrtis-5it'ous for ) icke and t handd iin not late 'loral picet foro in thoir on* - e 110toj will lint was, howev v er re Asyfs a d opinions o usidurablo tiring at - os the MaW are oditc jie maneuvering Lo .--- -~ = =- : ro t iir btrong THURJISDAY, .7. ILILO in th" tvenlng a Ibou~t 7 minles AN OU' al)prehendiig ainy What wouald you 3, Jordan Dunovant sol to cOrnfle to yoU)t in the neighbor; 4jj i, Q~rb~i- inig a iiluatro mnih dle i4 your buL stoppig at thlt 1Jhl not . eat D...

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. — 19 January 1899

. A r 8. "%H ETP'S F R VOL 8.-N0. . PICKENS, S. C., THURSDAY, JANUARY 89NEDLA AYA THE GOVERNOR'S MASSAGE. RE FAVORS THE DISPENSARY WITH LOOAL OPTION. Recommends That Counties Desir Ing Prohibition Shall Pay Ex penses for its Enforcement and be Out Off From Dispensary Profits for tsohools. The annual message of Governor Ellerbe has been sent to the General Aseembl3, and as the discussion of the liquor question will excite most interest In the public mind, we will give herewith only a -very brief summary of the other parts of the message, in order to present in full what the Governor says about the dispensary and local option. Governor Ellerbe declare that the finances of the State are in an unsatis - factory condition, and it is evident that one of two things will have to be done: Either the appropriatione must be out down or the tax levy raised. He urges the Legislature to hold all elections at once, in order that the public businers may not suffer. He recommends bi ennial sessionis...

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. — 19 January 1899

The People's JoUnir l. T. U. ROBINSON, Editor. WUBLISHBD EVERY THURSDAk. Subscription One Dollar a Year atoreed at the Post Ofice at ickens as iteo*Rd-class matter. . ADTF.RTISING RATES. O *to doll a por inch for tirst iiisertion, fif col8 for 4ach ulisetiuont ins3ertion. tberaiscouit for auive-tiseineits4 on nn, n'i:" contrartia. Ternis cash. A niurid1 coni treeR;t ' av lis ouairtrly. . L001 notices, in loc. bitain, 10 colits por liM for Aisidejerljn ad ihvo cevits for N :aorA. One Iric to all. No sp4 Cip.1 paiv.. %w age.ital rates to forelgn ad vovtieors. All sieh iiiuist-tako the run of tho papir andi abido by such nites. Adrec~t.i.ononet ~for comi n i4sue 0h4:4il1 bto iairled il not, later than Mouiday aaons ing. T- o editor will not be resionsible for th viow. aid opinions of corresliiinil-it-; itti e si the samo ar editorially entdorsed. 'll UL NS)AY, JAN. I1ith, IW) LEG 18LA TURE NOT'ES. Tho Logislature has bonll inl so.isioln about ten days mnd wo are now in tho midst of wlo...

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. — 19 January 1899

The IPengles Jorna bvcal Brevitles. -Dr. R. F. Smith was in towin Monday. -.':,M. Pago visited in Land. rums last week. -Miss Marie Huffiman-, of Seno. ca, is visiting in town. -Luther Grandy and wife loft Saturday for Greenville. -J. F. Crano of Liborty, was in in town on business Monday. -Henry Grady has returned from a trip to Ashville, N. C. -R. T. laIlums, of Lilerty, was in town Saturday onbusiness. -H. B. Abercrombio of Pied mont, was in the city Monday. Miss Ada Gossott, of Egaeoy is visiting Mrs. J. L, Thornley, jr. --Miss - Snollings of Seneca is visitiiig her brother, J. 0. Brock -Tho timo for collcotion or tax es has beenli.extendod to March 1st. -B. E. Grandy has moved into his new residence on Factory street. -WVill Ag bra lunt, of Rices i-i visiting relatives and triondi in town this week. -Dr.J. R. Riley has novrd into the resideno recently vacatod by Mrs. J. C. Jonnings. -Mr. anl Mrs. Abe Mauldiii of Easley, visited their daughter Mrs. Melvin Holder last wook. -Mr. ...

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. — 19 January 1899

The People's Journal. PICKENS S. 0. THU ISUXS OF THU HOUR. WHY INSIST UPON 10 TO 1? Bryan Deolares the Chicago Plat form i Stronger Than Ever-His Fight Against Expansion. Tho annual banquet of the Andrew Jackson League in Chicago was hold at the Tremont House on the 7th inst., and Win. Jennings Bryan was the guest of honor, as lie has been for the past three years. Portraits of Jack son and Bryan were hung at opposite ends of the hall, and these were the only portraits used in the decorations. A number of dibtinguished men made spoeehes, and the address of Mr. Bryan closed the evening. 1Ile spoke as follows : "The Democrpcy of the nation is still defending Jeffersonian principles with Jacksonian couiage and has no thought of departing from the princi pIes enunciated at Chicago in 1890. That platform will live in history and the hour of its adoption will be remem bered as the hour when the money changers were ultiven from the Demo cratic temple. There will be no turn. ing back. 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. — 26 January 1899

VOL g.---NO PICKENS, S. C.1 THURSDAY, JANUARY 26, upJ . - T3CE WUITE MAN AiUSTRULE$. I 6661Y..POINT AG UiNST .IMPE Vik1O MOLaurla calls Attention to tie Thirty Years. oX Nego En . rapeseinent-UnivorBk'l Segrage i 2 -~ ileturns to Plague the inventorb. Hon. John L. McLaurin the junior Senator: fro -S9utb Orollna, in a earefully prepueod argument against the policy - ofr eipansion, a brougtat -to S.A-r.4bly the fact that u yersal ugrage has grovon a monu mental thilure-in the Southern Statoe. -i lie remarks in tle- Senate were In part a follow" -Mr., Presideti- the manifold and E aderioub qnestIon.growing out of the war *19h Spain are now aDsorbing the - --- - - ' attdhton of the American people. All - ';deeply interested, and upon this body is devolveditheir final settlement. a1imn"atlsfied- that our aetion in the - --~ 'aeMar.Woth will settle the question ofexpiagion. There are at this time 3n'the Senate and nation at large two Vi. -4011-d6fined and distinct views, one, 91, apolloy'...

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. — 26 January 1899

-The People's Journal. T. U. ROBINSON, Editor. PUBLtSRED ZTRY THEVSDA1. Subscription One Dollar a Year Entere4 at the Post O11ce at Pickens as se ~Jod-olass matter. S ADVERTISING RATES. One dollar per inch for first Insertion, fif Iy cents for each subequent insertion. Liberal discount for advertisements on an anal contracts. Terms cash. Annual cot - tracts, payalile quarterly. Local noticos, in local c 1m, 10 Cents per line for first ieti Cn iv1 cts for each subsequent inso and five cents for o avor -ice to all. No ape .u)nor specla ratea to foreign ad .. 4isers. All such minust take the run of a paper and abide by such rates. Advertisements for coming issue s1oul1 be handed in not later than Monday morn inhe editor will not be responsible for the views and opinions of correspondents, un lesis the same are editorially endorsed. THUlSINDAY, JANd 19th, 1899. CONCEALED WEAPON LANW. The House Friday hoard con sideiable about the cencealod weapon law. The bill to change the law had boon...

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. — 26 January 1899

The peoge'g jOurnal. Local Brevitles. ( * 4 rLA v1ted in Green. viO last week. 19-Photographs for $1.00 at i #rson Gallery. p. U.. Burdine, of Atlanta, aIWt town Monday. .Joba Ferguson went to Green. HV6 buduess iaht Week. Solicitor Ansl ~. Greenville s' iaf~ theO ekty (in basiness l M X. 6Iars. fGreenvilk pau:wickeni a short visit last week. here will be. preaching in the Methodist church the 6th Sund"v T h'i n w ho61 bu lding has beeu ilDtTd And is now occupied by theYritkentffgh School.' -Mr. and MrS. I. E. Hagood and ohil4 visit4ed relatives and friends' in' kickens last Sunday, t. Lathem was in town ty an iade a lual set f 4 estate of Mrs. Nan rem.. --Lear Young a good and repect able colord woman 81 years old died'at her home in town last Thursday the 19inst-, -There will be an all day sing. at Prater's Creek church on the 5th Sunday sin this nienth. All are cordially invited. -'-Th neit Union neeting of the Piedmqao -AssociUtion..will be heh' neit'Bnday. the 29th inst and Bat...

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. — 26 January 1899

The People's Journal. PIOKENS S C. A WOMAN FARMFR'S SUCCISS MANAGES THE FAltM HEUSELF, Looks After the Entire Plantation and Keeps a Strict Aocount of its operations, Alabama has a woman farmer who owns and manages a plantation of 1,600 acres successfully and who is perhaps the loading woman cotton planter in the country. She lives at Decatur, and 18 one of the wealthiest and most active citizns of that section. She is Mrs. Lelia Seton Wilder, and she is known throughout her own State as well as in other Southern States. Mrs. Wilder has written for the New York Herald an interesting account of her farming methodq- and about her plantation near Dscatur. Mrs. Wilder says : " ,Yes, I live on a plantation and manage it all myself, so that if things don't go right I am denied that wo man's privilege of saying ' told you so.' As to how I came to do it, I simply drifted into' it. I had never lived in the country in my life until my marriage, but the freedom of it, its likeness to the lande...

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 February 1899

V -- J ___THE PEOPL E'S R VOL g.---NO. 2. PICKENS, S. C., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY i, i899. ONE A THRILLING EPIS( THE C( A SURGEON WHO MADE] Running the Blockade w AVINAVILT.E, S. C., Jan. 21, 1898. In 1804, Dr. W. M. Whistler was as. sletant surgeon of Orr's Rifles. He was a native of Baltimore and one of the best surgeons I ever saw. He was without fear and went into battle with the line. He was a man of the highest honor, liberally educated, refined, genial, humace, hirh-born and accom plished. His father was a distin gulshed engineer offier of the United States army but years before the war - went to Russia and under the favor of the Czar directed the building of sev eral groat railroads. Oar Dr. Whis tler spent part of hia life in Russia and ] in Ragland. In 1865, in the month of February. he had got a furlough of four months to go to England to visit his mother who then resided in LIsm don. He went tnrough the lines and before his furlough was out the sur- I render at Appoinattox to...

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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