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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 2 February 1899

The People's J ourna T. C. I0111NSON, Edit or. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDA1. Subscription One. Dolla a Ye lutored at the Post 0111co tit Pikeils' I sogoud-claea inattor. ADVERTISING RAT'S. One dollar per inch for flist iustertion, fl ty oeute for each fStaotpu ill uertioi Liberal dineount for idvertisetents ol a nual contractts. Terms cash. Aunnual co: traets, paHyableo quarterly. Local no1 1ee4, In locial colitii , 10 een per line for first, inseortion and live conts f wwc b. linont hism tionl. No frrzn Ozio prico to all. No i4p ei;l poultfl. or npe.nali rates to foreign a vertisers. All siteh iust take the run the paper and abido by mineh rateA. A~Vtiert.is mtM for (mnig i.9 14 11011 be biatde'l inl not later that Nlmilay mor in 0. ' O editor will not ho ri-sponsiblo for 1l VIOYS atid opinions of corresponi4letils, u les tho maute are erlitorialt. e.iorsel. rflUSOy, tFIW4I. ti, I 8w). Te1E MAULDIN LIQUOI BILL. The liquor pro)Iezlem i ,ial inl vcn? ing phiaseOs will b'm db~isusse;d hef...

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 February 1899

The v.People's Journal Local Brevitles. - Buy Seed Oats aa Freeman & Iendrixe, -0. E. Robinson wan at home last Sunday. -Mies Llia White, of A z.dor son, is visiting Miss Corrio Bruco this weak. -Mrs. Elrod and daughter, of Anderson, are vibiting at W. H. Ashmore's. -MirMuide Ashmore returned home last week from a visit in An derson county. I-Mrs. J. H. Newton is visitm11g -hor parents, Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Boggs, near Calhoun. -There will be preaching at the Methodist chnrch by the pastor on next Sunday night at 7:30 o'clock. -Mr. Aaron Boggs, of Calhoun, went to Atlanta- Monday to aiuvo him eyes operated on and cleared of catartet. ---ev..J. S. Portor preached a very able sermon to a larga congre. gation at the Methodist church unday. -Married, at Mount Bothel M. E. ohurch on Sunday the 290th of January, by John T. Lewis, Mr. Jaikins A. Hudson to Miss Larlin, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Spoarman. -At the residonce of J. M. Hal. lms, Mr. William Greon mid Miss Julia Jam...

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 February 1899

The- eopls Journal PICKENS S.C. TIMELY TALK WITII FA RMERS, Charles H. Jordan in Atlanta Journal. It has taken the cotton grower twenty years to learn that a cotton crop covered with a mortgage is a bad thing to have on his premises. It will be well enough to consider the causes which led up to the requirement of mortgages on personal property first and later on c(rops. We ctn all re member when the merchants carried in stock no heavy supplies, such as corni meat, flour and guano, to sell the farmer. The three first named arti cles were, of course, sold to their cus Somers, who were engaged in othei, lines of business, but were bought by the merchants from the farms at home exclusively. While the farmers of the South were making their farms self-sustaming and selling a surplus of provisions, com mercial pnper was a rare thing in the transactions between the merchant and his customers. Open accounts were the only evidence of indebted ness. A fsrmier's word was a* good as gold, and to...

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 February 1899

_ THE .PEOPLE'S JOURNAL. VOL g.---NO. 3 PICKENS, S. C., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY l 89 ONE DOLLAR A YEAR; WHY QUIT FOR BREAKFAST? WITHl D)1WLiY AT MIANILA. A Picturekquo Incident or the Battle at Manila lins Beel Itudely Ic -troyett. Mr. Joseph L. Stekooy, in the F'obru ary number of 1aipe's Magaizino, the correipondont who was on the bridge with Dawey throughout the battlo, lots Out a secret whionl has been hitherto well guarded. His statelent is noth ing low thaqn that at the time the Am erican Reot drew off Dwey thought ho was whipped. LVe Ltimes his fleet hatd circlea around the bay, belching hot shot at the I Imy, tut the American commander cotiu te no material in jury that had been intlicted on the Spaniards. Among the new and intercsting incidents of the bibtie, as well as an insight into :th personality of Dewey' we give tie followirg from Mr. Sticknoy's articlo : I do not exaggerato in the least when I say that, as we iuled ot Into the bay, the gloom on the bridge of t.he Olympin ...

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 February 1899

oi P~eople's .Journial. UtCP'41 V. %'.141 , v t ().lt3 8t J'ciiilTV IN (Vauai qd1-11ui I-ar i nv' fi ' illA iitiii t ion, lif. I, ;j'e b~ 0 ' t .!.~ ok r.. i~ to fvits rei m. It coIIr~ .o. % : . n ia c It ~ ~ ~ ~ i II *. , W %p1 ' , :! V t'111ij~i i4" n i o i'l '.3 3O p_ 14v t- zlet#I iie to rw ig i al .1.ni A'!Al~h )111 It L .t o tl I'?)0 l: 1 ':jv .-l *Wo t1 l ori 3,'. V'. -i l~ I. It i I or' 1; t~ I LL I L EBUOATIUNALs CONDUCTED BY W. W. F. IGHIT, County Supt. of Education Notlee to App~lfeasys. The regular examinatioi of appli Teacher's Certificato of Qualificatio to teach in Fickens couttily will bi held At Pickens S. 1., on Saturday Folb. 18, 1899. Applicants are liable to be exam ineid on ispolling, Reading, Writing Arithimotic, Englisih Granmuar, Goog raphyv, History of S. Q.. and U. S. Physiology alind Hygiono, Algebra Drwiig, Civics, Agriculture, Ethics Literature, PeOagogy, and NlMic. Prinited (utioim will be furnish Ud by the State Board. Jv order of Stato Superintuidont...

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 February 1899

The People's J ournal Local Brevities. -tOllie Fant, of Anderson, wa in town last week. -B. H. Callaham, of Liberty was in town last week. Rev. J. S. Porter preached a ver interesting sermon last Sunday night --B. A. Hagood, Assistant Dis trict Attorney is in Pickens thbi wook. Mr. W. T. Mears, formally of thil place was again among his friendi this week. -Mrs. Brown, of Eailey, is vim iting heriparonts, Dr. and Mrs. J R. Riley. -W. F. Blassingaxne' wot tl Anderson last wook on professioln ali business. -J. 0. Adams, Auditor of Oco noo, died att his home in3Wa1halla, S.C. , the 1st inst. -S. J. Ashmore who has boonl ont in Toxas for the last few years camo home last wek. --Hon. W. T. Bowen was called honmo from Columbia last Satur day on acoount of the illness of his wtfe. -Rev. J. E. Foster miet his reg ular appointment last Saturday and Handay, which was much to the delight and edification of his congregation. The Township Board of Pen. vions will moot on Saturday the 11th.. inst,...

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 February 1899

The People's Journal. PICK1ENS SC LIEGISLATIVE PROCIEDINGS. TrIIE MASUICUS ACTII1 UPON. 8oan vShay ~il)atitu M1a terN lie Some of' 0th) 1mportBe lore (lao (4enera l Asta CMt1Iy. The SenatO by the deciivo voto of .4 to 1.1 refuse ol pa al ill to aId and 0ncoirlIago anfactures by remit ting all State Rad county taxcs, OXcept the schol tax: onl their inivestmont, fur livo yeairs.I Tho lousu Las killed th~e bill provid jug for two new circuit courts, by a vote of (W to 3U. Mr. C. P. SanderS' bill tLo do away with beer and hotel privileges was re ported without recominentat ion. WElC~'OME TO Till V'TlERANS. The Illue of l1presentatives has taken 'ormal recogn.ition of the com ng reunioln, IIad On the part of the State, anviteal the Con felerato vete rans of tho Sioth to tho.freedoma (If .t State on i the oceasiton of the retiunioll to be ' held in Charle Lmn n l May. iThe re...ouwoni, wch were in good foIrl. wea a prepVh)3lLa tad 0il lreC by Nir. Wehu01. Of C '!umlIbar, andh wereI'L tltv...

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 February 1899

- * -7~) P b VOL .9 -NO- 4-. 1ICKBINS C' (ri[HURSI)AY, V IT)TkL\v~~kDLA ER IgGISIATIV PROCE DINGS. THE MEASUUES AOl'A) UPON. Som1e of the Imnportant Mattcra Be fore the General Asembly, rho committee on Stato House re ported favorably on Mr. Bacot's resolu' tiou - to lend the paintings of Confed erate generals belonging to the State, to the executive comiittee of thu Charleston Confedorate Riunion if do sired for the decorations of the Audito rium. The committee atnended the resolution so as to includo th loan of toe Confoderate lir gs, atd on condition that the pictures bL insured for an amount. to b3 agreed upon. M-lr. Eilrd's bill to have one intead of three supoisors of registration wa~s continued until the next session with his Consent. Mr. Woodward said ho did not car-c to discuss at length bis bill requiring a license to carry certain deadly weapons, fixing the amo-unt of the license fee, anti providing a penalty for carrylog the sAmO without said license. [ic said the bill w...

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 February 1899

V. C. RtOBINSON, Editor. #E31ISXD XVB3Y TNUISDAI. Subceiption One Dollar a Yea 1Mntered al the Post Oftice at Piokens a .ASVETISING NATES. OU& doller pW inch for a i wortit C*4 fwr ell! mubs~suoit insortioxi ibecal discount for advertseients on am atal etra.cte. Terms cash. Annual coll tra e, inr loecolutun, 10 cent ger lims, for rIM Insertion and flve cents to 0obesbeeieet isertion. r, One prieo to all. o sp ata! p4ettise w special ratos to foreign ad vertloeff. All sic iisiit take tho run o the paper ani abido by such rates. AdvrtiSieents for coining issuo s1onh4 be banded in not later than Molnday morn he odiber will not be responsible for lic view* and opinions of correspondents, un Asa the sanis are oditorlallvy ndoraod. TMURSDAY, FEB. 1901, 1899. Big Fight Begins. Mr. Pritco domanded the special order, Mr. McCullougi's prohibi .1 said that ho ho bill and be -iese bills should be considerod together. Mr. Mauldn called for all thQ special orders on the liquor ques. tion. Mr....

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 February 1899

Local Brevitles. -B. T. McDaniel is home on a Visit this week. Wa nted-A few loads of wood c n subscription. --Solioitor and Mrs. M. F. Anse are on a visit in town this week. -Born, unto Maj. and Mrs. J.M. Stewart on the 11th inst., a daugh ter. A woman can sharpon a pencil about as quick as a man can tbread a needle. -J. P. Carey, Esq.,want to Son eca last Wednesday on profession al busitess. -Miss Sallio Alexander, is vis 'witing her brother, F. E. Alexandor, 'of Simpsonvillo, S. C. -The 4th Missouri regimont in ,camp at Greenvillo was m8ustored .out of servico last Eriday. -Earlo and EU Mauldini canme 'home last wook from Tixas where.' ithey havo been only a short time. -J. P. Keecse was appoiited county Aiditor of Oconee, as suecessor of the late J. 0. Adams. -Mrs. Lowry, who has beon vis .iting her father, Mr. J. E. Cox, re turned to hor hoioe in Greenvillo last Friday. -Mr. Clayton Newton arid Mihs Ella Millor were married at the residence of the brido's fiather,Mr' Irvin M il...

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 February 1899

The People's Journal. RACE QE TION TIM "ISUE'. r141' I a S.!uator -)2 -' thu t til it L41o 1011t 1 Lionl. - nut, fmi tiidy0 whl lie owu, llttu- 11 12He poh)li' 'd ou n1m1 of 1 country. thu) peoph wnII ty plev lid ., ini sold 4) OrM who I It:{ 1 11ut !IC lh.i u n10W an(c 12l r-. ail. fan i Ii lt lno. not. L lili\ t L i.hi i b buji 11u Cii te. 1a2d2. LA t body, ii its pa biU CL - i I~lCdi .pi2m. Ata ', Cp ut.: r . th.ir , C . , ., 'ru.2 . *- CC. ... tio 1'tin a o9 u iic brin t toLIi a~~is 3 of ia oc -u.2 -uiCihit Arer ia~)bse o o i and cum : lfrom 'alt pi:'i~l h by aryIni was ort-f ro toli (01 U.1 Co which nat~flrn b:.ui Ihon)d b.Niiw pu n or I ~ne o '. b .13iol I of t I lii odegi lLtik"'. t jl ''Ii 11' 31 I tic .1 3 dl'I .'' ;)u thatl 111o Vlv ]I iiUe )ctI: ~.' hs.i Lii, (e'ee'.1 If) ~ tl e c'~ ~e J tw i-1."I ltue woulcdt have A( (iAI ie~ \1 '~ ee l)1L 'ae ;g 3?ltO '1' Wl , c l'1 *.iet ut it cLit., J3ILIPXOS A NlEWA N'ATION. 'V.'')IN l", ASP,;14 O JV T I i; '43 1,.I11. [.4!.-t1llt 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. — 23 February 1899

THE PEOPLE'S JOURNAL VOL g.---NO. PICKENS S. C., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1899. ONE DOLLAR A YEAR. PROHIBITiON BLX KUANNa. LOOAL OPflON NOT IN FAVOR. The House Has a strong Dlspensary Leaning--The Opposition is Not Welded Together. The House considered the liquor question by taking up the various bills relating to prohibitionr, high licenee and the dispensary. McCullough's prohibition bifl and Mauldin's local I option bill became the centre of attack from thq dispensary ad vocates, and the fight was fast and furious on all sides. Mr. DeBruhl moved to strike out the e enacting words of Mr. Mauldin's local I option bill. - Mr. W. L. Mauldin, who introduced i this bill, was the first to' begin on the defensive.- He said that the liquor I problem is a vexed question. All over the State, and especially in the last election, it was and has been the domi nant question. The State has not f passed upon this question which so re lates to their internal affairs, to the peace, the ord i and sobri...

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 February 1899

The PeJople's Journal 44SON. f-.L 1 7r. '11 15IiP EVERY THUR8DM. Sl.;crlti(iOn One Doliar a Year . ' . ;r in ch f t r.t insit-rtiot, lif I t I . T .4 4 4h. i 11 1 ( n f4'1 4.I'l 4.' 4itI . .411111 I 'li1' p 4e t 4 r.0 4. in.4.e n tr v : . 1114 s t i ' tit ii 11 1A P..i.: ei . ... , a' .m m - t it 1) rhid .e 't 10 rL~ -v a i.ko 'n ues. a,, 1,4 4%~ Il4l *u ,4 I t f~~~ ~~~ btI ts t(wn' 41 r i- .nent. u-,jis aid i n I ' . (4p h i Pl i 'i l" ku'OwS t.r ' in l th 'I 4* p4 ; ' !. .' r v., ke y.. I .e Ito th d , nI ' hI t!.a Ii mi rther sho h 1, - IheI hin f ;vrd y know tha th Jij. , rlj0.- h- t Vwaiskey q t b 114..h ap44 ared 44 4I 1'1AVil4 th1111 dip n . ph1fin 1 n 11 t b i1n c(4 lit;sei .w ' tr f I o1 r h 444~44*~4 4~~'i';.* '4 II !* ~*ii 4. j4'44,!4 (444Itar gu .il to 4 444i bl .4.' *'I< wd:1 ih 1 yh r. '1h e p b .e mi .sd by h u m. ''r4:41 ihn al 4f 4o . E 4'1 i dimp~aar soIau- 1h-uo me thtes. m'e wl~t~~ l4 i l t n/i - i l 1 11 Lo... I:o iw 44 44 . -1 . *'~ 4 ' lt14 . 44lail (1 K Ui...

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 February 1899

iieeole's.ournal Local Brevities. --Rv.. W. H. Workman, of Lib. erty, w as in town Monday. -A. W. Folger, of Easley, was %11 town ltist Saturday on business. -,4brnor W. IT. 1llerbe is so iously-Ill and is not expected to live. --Mi'. B Lewis is visiting rola Iives and friends in Walhalla this 'week. -Dr. W. F. Austin has boon con tlned to his room fn Seneca for tho past month. rof. J. C. Langstoi,, of the Easloy graded EchooJ, was m town last Saturday. A"Wise Minnie Kirksoy closed a oli>0ahing school in Wolf Creek - e hlol.,dietrict last Friday. .Mis Leila Whife, of Anderson, *W-j iI4A44-has beori visiting Miss (.orrio ?i.riaturned home last week. 4 -Rev. A. J. S. Thomnas preach dl wo very interesting sermons t de glaptist church last Sunday. A O .i. ' J. '. Kelloy, of Meet PO tof. ' in town last Szafurday a made the -Jarnal a pleasart . W. Joel Bowen, of Char - }ton..is with her mother, Airs W. W. Noss, who is still criticall ill.-'Oconee News. -Piekens is a small .county biut ...

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 February 1899

1 he Barnwdll People. Largest Circulation inl tle Coultv THE STORY OF APPOMATTOX Ifim4M A (OIll1C'LVFW (n. I(oloi I. I've's Cini'o of Stan' (JlveN flis V0ae8Iion of the Famliouij surreie(ri -(el- L00 Never Oirere(I sis 8wrd to GraIn. an11d the Latter Novel' hi IinIei 10 Tako it. col. Ch are Malarihall, of Baltimore, who") waC' G''i.L e' chief of stalI, has contriihutu-I the following interesting tatem "In.t Of V hat occurred at Appo aittoLx to th Washingtoni l'ott: I htV fria qiteIltly noticed that when old Holdies and naiiors meet for a talk about. tic civil war they sometimes for gut the reverence duo the divinity commonly spoken of as the Goddess of Truth. F'or mily part,, I havo heard eventls that occurred under my own eyes described in such a way that I failed to Iecogliv. them. We do not yet know with certainty the fact-i of the battie of Waterloo, and as to Chalncclot sville and Gettysburg, al0th0ugb i Witeisend both, I soic times thiLiik, inl view of tile absolutely irreUCoI...

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 March 1899

1' - HE PEOPLE'S JOURNAL L" ll . PICKENS S. C., THURSDAY, MARCH 2, 89. ONE DOLLAR A YEAR. kAbW DAY UV TUiHA MbX6ION. IN A IHURRY TO GET liO1E. A Large Amount of Important Leg Islation Was Completed-Botb lousea Engaged In Making Con tinued Stories. The Legislature of South Carolina adjourned sine die on, the 21st of Feb ruary, with the patriotic purpose of celebrating Washington's birthday at their homes. The volume of business on the last day was very great but a goodly number of Senators and Repre sentatives remained at their posts un til the hour of adjournment was reaclhed at 3 o'clock on Wednesday m~orning. The Senate passed complimentary resolutions in regard to its presiding officer, Hon. M. B. McSweeney, who made a fitting response. The House a4ppted similar resolutions as to the efficien- of Hon. F. B. Gary who is serving his third term as speaker, and in addition ha was given a gold-headed walking stick, for all of which he ex pressed thanks in a most sultable man ner. The ...

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 March 1899

Joua8 Jo il. T. C. IVIt CI N S( ) . I-<'d i , PUB ISHED EVERY TyRSDA,. Subscription One Iol' a Year l eet er i. t t.l ,e ,t0ot Oil 'ii 'il i con t ..01;h:4 matter. A yS 'jI 'IING I. ' TI'N . One <dollar ier ilch fer irst ins.4 e ction, fif y e' for veicI sub1 e-l'IIllt. itiertiion. Lileril <listeeit it. fier : l i eli i.s<eeieitts cl ;li 11t1.' enre . 'T'orins" vatsl. Altinnial con - tract s. 1w1v:0-10i yw tHY"'.V I.eeal n till. in c1c:11 e'liiun, 11 cent per line fi first inserltion aii live (e'ntsl1 filr Uech sub..eIinent I tus e lu. .. r:4 U prieni te all. No sin etal i.t : I .i l tes t)e foereigil :el yerItiM" '. .\li sto-he ncuist take the rn ef thce le c il abidee hc tSit'elt rAtes. bce hi c t iii noet . hte'r thatt Millc. l: !t iin 'I e e it r wil not hel respobii fril' Itlic v .i1 ait l dlpiim oef 0c Iec.olenlit uln li :Ao.ee are e titrill em e I' T10 ilsDAY. MI .\ l i .:l 1 atc( complish mu11Ch1 duing,111 lithe sissio'm, but. a glilico ati ih will convnc an11yon...

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 March 1899

The People's J oUnr. Local Brevities. -J. T. Fennel, Calhoun's hond & S)npo magistrate, was in town Tiies day, having business with the auditor. -Auditor Hunt spent Sunday in Daonovillo and reports the road to Saluderiver near his father's in a dangerous condition. -Treasurer Youngblood koop.-a his post and has plenty of work ht - fore him. There are 500 taxpaYer,, yet to be settled with and $2,000 sti duo. -Angelino Ellison, a colored woman of Easley, wvi doclared a 11un1 - atic in the probato court last Monday and was sont to Columbia for t-oat ment. Rev. J. B. Wilson, presiding elder of Groonvillo district, is expected t., preach in Pickens Metlo(list chureb on next Monday night, March 6h ta 7:30 o'clock. -The Farmers are hauling ferteli zers for the next cotton crp. 1 not be too much (ncurad by I ris in cotton it miay rorm i (inl. Yo11 crops is gatlored. .iere will be a hot supper a. Iho Brown House, Libertky S. C. on Fri (day evoning March 3rd. for the bsn fit of the Baptis...

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 March 1899

The People's Journal PICKENS S-C. MBi4L ARP ON THE FREEZE. HIS OWN STORY AND OTHERS H Talks About tho Cowd Days Sixty Years Ago When lie Was a Mall BIoy and Vameo Near Freezing. I remembor-yes, I remember the cold Friday and Saturday of '39, when I was a little male boy-1 mean a mail boy-and had to ride the. mail from Lawrenceville to Hswell, twenty-four miles and back in a day. Friday wp's my day, rain or shine, cold or hot, and my motber cried when father helped mue on the high dromedary horre that morning; but I was bundled up good, and had warm woolen socks over my shoes and a pair of home-knit mittens on my hands and a woolen comforter crossed around my neck and ears. I thought I could stand it, for I was young and tough, and lull of bI ol, and tiad beon raised to work in the cold and to chop wood and go to mill, and my father always said that boys who wore raised easy would tie no account and die hard. I made my trip to 1tos well in good time, but it was growing colder anu col...

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 March 1899

THE PEOPLE'S JOURNAL VOL 9.--N0. 7 PICKENS S. C., THURSDAY, MARCH 9,1899- ONE DOLLAR A YEAR RRMA1UCT1IUX bCHJLMJ A SRAM. STANYARNIE WiLSON'S VIEWS. Tihe Supreme Qourt Would Not Sus tain the Plan to Cut Down tihe South's Representlon In Congress. Special to Atlanta Constitution: While it Is the general belief that nothing tangible will over come of the proposed effort to cut down the repre sentation of the Demjcratic States of the South in Congress, the proposition has nevertheless attrncted much atten tion and has giver rise to no little dis cussion among public moo. There has been a general study of the problems prosented, particularly by the representatives of those States which have adopted the-to the Re publioans-obnox ious educational tests, and these men have had many inquiries p ut at them by their leas immediately interested collenarnes. South Carolina, Mississippi and Louisiana are the States whose consti tutions or election lnws are most ob jected to by the Republicans-at ...

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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