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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 9 March 1899

.r'. 1;O tI NSO N, Eil or. PUBLJISH EjD EVERY T1UItSDAi. Subscri )tion ()nc I r a 3P1 r i ( a 3te l'os4 i t i ii M ( ('lit. ' 1 ' I. . I.~ I ' I4 I f ll. No i f TIIN v- * .( orr st n--).n 1)141'silir i. ir -f o Li fr , dij \! nunal11t- con 1)' i 4 44~ '4 4 1w fla Indi it ad. 'r41 ta l1"o .') , . n 104 n .1 j [ .n 1 1i i en i ill - " -' if o " r \ 4tir ;4l- t 1.' fillr * I l i he w il b rt 1 h ' et1 w - I;' n . . l rr n l , ! , u I 1 '1 I 'i 4 1)4 IliL V -W T ill 144\Y. \ .li l : h 4. I t~4''' n n hit 1 Ili n - i 1 -' bu44', II ta 44 .r ' '4b4:. Iin t'141 a I I- : a .E ri 4 (-m4 4 'ln' 4 4i.y4r )' , e ni :'' M t'44 - b I 4 h I~ -- II. 1; r 1 an4 .4 1 1 linnb | 1 1t 1 r41. i Iij, .tud - l. .44 b II in or1!44 lii . ':r I n n u4 n4 1' T44' 1. 444 '4 4 ' "' I'in \ Ioi n un thuI'l'4 ,set1~l tn a to and44It I 4 -) 4 I 4)liii44 t - a I- 4(41 j 1'4'1 I )h!Y14 '4 . \ il I 4 Ide '0e1~l Jl%% II I '4%l- >4. usa il - . 4'' e' Il s ' i (4r 4'b ous a t . I' ..'4 ''t" |-'n " 'r i i n t.: puhle' 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. — 9 March 1899

The People's Journal. Local Brevities. Dr. W.F. Austin will be in Easley 'niext Tuesday and Wednesday. Miss Cora Bowen is teaching school at Sim's sollool house in this county. --W. E. Galloway, of Jepthn, N. C.,was in town last week on t. trading expedition and reports tho folks on that side all 0. K. for another year, but the roads in a terrible fix. -B. E. Grandy has put in a good steam corn mill at his ginnery in Piokens and is prepared to grind on Wednesda)s and Saturday's as fast as the turns can be brought in. Found, near Prater's post office by M. N. Goudelock, one valiso ol clothing. The owner can get saint by calling a iN homo. Solicitor Ansel was promptly at his post Monday and struck terror in the heart of the evil doors. To the up right lie is a shelter in a time oi storm. -Married, oil the 27th. at the res. dunce of N. S. Reose Mr. W. W. Brissoy and Miss Julia Astison all of Pickens county. N. S. Reese, N. 1'. officiating. -Married, on the 22nd. Feb. at tlhe0 residence...

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 March 1899

The People's Journal PICKENS SC THE SOUTI'S ATTITUDE TO WARD CIAPITAL. BY vuLxrAaM MoJWAN Io IcKNJN R. Southern Farin Magaz1,ine. Under the patriarchal systell )reVa1 lent In the South prior to tihe civil war land and slaves were its chief elements of wealth. Of these, one had disap peared forever when the thirteenth a'mendient, was adopted. The other has ceased to be what it was, because the world is no longer as dependent as it used to be o1 that region for staples whose production it then almost mon opolized. When the struggle with the Norti came it quickly bceame evident that the loftiest courage and greatest aptitude for arms are of little avail in such a conflict when not supported by commerce and manufactures or the motley they produce. The South had been slow to realize that she had all the time had within her confines sources of wealth far richer than slavery could furnish or than could be found even in her euornious crops of cotton. The practical Yankees, who, as soon as h...

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 March 1899

L.THE PEOPLE'S JOURNAL VOL g.---NO. 8. PICKENS S. C., THURSDAY, MARCH 16 89. ONE DOLLAR A YEAR. THU P9NITENTIARY o INVISTIGATION. I SOME STARI'LING IUtCVELATIONS. -- d Chairman Cuinninghatm anid Lessee h Fawler Tell About the 111rinig oft * c'onvicts, The joint committee appointed just p at the close of the General Assembly a to investigate the manavemient of the State penitentiary hegan its work at noon on Wednesday, 8th inst. Three witnesses were examined the first day. o Mr. J6hn Taylor, the oxpert employed s< to examine the books of the poniten tiary, was the first witoi's, and his f, testimony was unimp'rtant. He simply pointed out several insignificant orrors h of a clerical nature which, he said, did b not change the real result, so far as he had been able to determine in the to two weeks he had been enzaged in ox- 11 amining the account books Only un- s important errors were discovered by S bim, and he didn't think there was y anything wrong with the books. TIIE CHAIRMAN ...

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 March 1899

-.....>O)ICS oui'ial 'r ( 1NSO , Iditar. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDA1. Subscription One Delar a EitreIl at th' st o i a Pickt'I a ecoral oeins matter. y ygIT7SING R AT ES. One rolhir por nie fir flrst insert.ion, ff. - y certs for e:i'h s4h. litelt jusertimi. Lib tal d i t, for (i:lr isern'nts i t nual cor(tracU4. T e 'us ,. A tin ua l con -tracets, rayn blo, wul rterly. N o' l l ; )f-fice , in hI l cI r " . i ve.ijt par I ne fori l irt Iire'I t I titt4 i fi re i et-iths f - oaeb ih i tte'l iet- tilt.t.ak ii n c N-, n11 il,r la i n- pie ri4e! to 4a4l N1 1 p. cial pisa . or :qupecial r.ateS to foit il :al-. vetsr. All suel nust t.ak~ fthe 1,'11n (o1 h p 'i'r :li! ahide h.s iuen t o. Advertini lts f.1r . i" tt fi l bto lkaltri-,Il inl nt( late~r than Motitay mlorn-. Tbu editor will not he r porlisil . fr the (san pinliOns, ,f -,,rresponlidents, ki I . '*V jc are 1litorially oo i T I Ul.v D . lEe i IV 'o, I 9.i C ia .' m. , ( I ' .13. To Muh Econo 0my T . o i' . s uch ai 't, a.-! il pre...

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 March 1899

The People's Journal. Local Brevities. Miss Corrie Bruce is visiting in 'Greenville'thia week. The many friends of Miss Sadio Richey will regret te hear of her illness, Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Wood aro visiting the letter's parents Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Earle, this weeL:. ' Rev. J. 8. Porter preacled a very earnest and instructive ser mon in the Methodist church Sun day. Mr. J. A. Bond who was arrest ed-and locked up at Walhylla on the charge of murder, was reloasod ts there was no proof against him. Treasurer Youngblood has closed his tax books and execution are be ing isusd against delinquents Sheriff McDaniel will try his hand with them. karried, at the rosidence of the efficiating clergyman Rev. B. Holder on March 12th. Mr. I. R. Mauldin to Miss Daisy Dillard all of Pickens. S. C. - Married, at the residence of the *Miciating clergymain, Rov. B. Molder on Sunday March 12th. Mr. Joseph Massengale to Miss SiND10Won, all of PickenS Co. S. C. Mrs. William Millinax died at her hone. last Fri...

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 March 1899

The People's Journal PICKENS S. C A FIRST DEBT. When I was a little girl M) Jack and I used to bc 4cli Olhei tL to tcriil~ii)"'" ,e . Ph 'iidu111l1hili to to Germiint, I Ili Unle and Auint, s~pend i noii o chii ren of their Parsons, who1 IIIIn h4rl %IV n1.-ldL So je oll rt iVIIs iIIde li Our visit to give 11 I good time, and o ill (IInlgb3Jt wcro u 1Le and aun t to our - wh, tha we would always wil ijul yg hattve reiained mjuch longer had Our intrenits consenlted - JIhit llotherl decIared that Ile Could not 5pr usl a siigle day over the stated tini1, and unelit wat VIry parti cular to elid us b inIe ino'np )y on th' day tagreed 1 .111, sti'et, %nd, thou1g hi ofld-faShiolCI, Wa. Very ci fiO'tade an M id C l enVOiILat. Tilt' onbe lext to it was occuplnied byv anl ol gent!icinan nauned veoth who. wteue told, haI iot h Is Wi 1 On U t L' e ii-I dren by. liv an deedn.t on a iuel'akw. -Wank had1 (.ver' einei vied in 1 t a tr;eti:' -< ciiu ion. Jala ati i Vaw ii a y often at hi- ate o In...

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 March 1899

- ( :1- EOPLES VOL O-NO. 9. PICKENS S. C., THURSDAY, MARCH 33, 1899. ONE DR THID BATTl* OF COWPENS, - Memorial Association Provides Atir a Celebration of the American Victory. Gaffney Ledger, Thd*executive comm'ttee of the Cow pens Memorial Association have fixed the 27th of May next as the day for the celebration. The committee is made up of enterprising and patriotic men and they will do their part to. wards'having a celebration worthy of the glorious event which it will com memorate. It will.be an occasion of national importance and many men of natiooal celebrity wilt honor it with .their presence. While this is true, it is also true that the complete success of. the celebration wii depend in a great measure on local interest and spirit. If, the people of the Piedmont region will actively support the com mittee in their plans ati-eiforts there -will be no douot of a grand success which will-have far rr aching influences, patriotic, material, morul and political. It will attract t...

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 March 1899

Journa T. C. ROBINSON, Editor. PUBLISHMD EVERY THUR8DA1. SuscItO1 Dollar a Yea ntired tit 010 ,Post Oflice at Pickenr q cO ti' h - 1la ' m atter. AD V1 I NG AT ES C-o dollAr per ine for first in-sertion, til n* P each Isnllb4qcIkikent in8ertior lbcoral disornt, for atrt Iscu0leiAS onl at itall. co nitract. T rins (e1sh. A nnital coli tramtA1 sa *yable quarterly. 4,sa o~es ill loal coluimn, 10 cei*t por ite for first insertion and fiv cents to .1te. One4 Ilr 14-e to sill. No mpe - Cit' F- I . .-' * - i a l(tes to fereign ad *art 0. A ' 't? fit.a theO r111 0 t1111-r 1un abitte by stidt *rates. saddinn-u- fu wenling ism'to 14110111 bi i . it iiitnot h114.r tlian .\unday m11-n1 1 t1 1 r will nit hi r nsile for tli } .441 f : in I I(7 l i flot 4. I . M.N ' it and but itiav 'A l p r TI f:1 t V V I A' i ~ k' l it 11. iii %i'C'8 par J un . it w 11 -ke a fu -I( 1)~ Is, f:-m1 r Pick .tidi a 1pt x Iy Iit sutI. a I aRk ICV ill pric-4 - 1 !I ' : 7 '.:<1 [7 J v ' e;' c l ith (7n ..1b, yo* u lr...

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 March 1899

he ~eopes aJournal cal- Orevitles. --1A.. N Folger of Gaffney t1 4itng at Jtadge'Newbery's.' B .qur Diamond Dyes from -a r Earl. .d Shan'1;n of Piedmont V&MO414 *s --Violted Lelatives in town Sunday. Mise Cora Bowen was home last *tnday on avisit. Mr. William Clayton and fan -y were visiti ag in town last woeei. The best cigar in town for sale by G. W. Earle. Cadet Ross O'Dell, of Clemson College, was visiting at home last Sunday.. Mhs -Daisy Eoroughs closed a flourishing school in Glassy Moun ta school district: Dr. W.- F. Austin will be n Pickens26th. 29th. 80th. of this mnouth. Miss Fainuie Robinson, of Easley was visiting Miss Helen Boggs lIe-t week. C1,old Cream and Vaseline .Cam pher Ice for chapped lips and #bpd#.fer sale by G. W. Earle. Picouken county can boast of as many book dealers as any county in the State. Buy your Drugs the cheapest and purest from G. W. Earle. Honi. 8. G. Mayfield, State sena tor from Bamberg, was in town Monday, on professional business. Dr.Tho...

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 March 1899

~ ~I~e Peole's Journal PICKENS S.C. A HAPPY GOJDSN W-DiNG. BILLAP'OOH - How] He Won thoartner Who Now Volobrates tie Joyous . Occasion With Him. This Is to be a play-a drama in which thero are but two actors-a hero and a heroIne. Fifty years ago they are the bright particular stars in this samo play and were the cynosures of ,.: py eyes and received the warm (on ratuiations of kindred and friends, now the role of the drama is re , versed. The stars have faded and lost their dazzling light. Th, actors can no longer strut or pose upon the stage and the sympathetic audience must do - the playing. Passive, pensive, sub duod and grateful my wife and I can only receive our friends, listen to their salutations, rejoice with those who re joice and sympathize with those who have had sorrow. FIfty years ago there was not a cloud hovering over our horizon--no apprehension of ti ouble or grief or death or war or any dire calamity. Bright hopes and fond expectations filled our cup to the brim an...

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 March 1899

:HE PEOPLES OURNAL VOL 9.---N0. io. PICKENS S. C., THURSDAY, MlARCH 3 I- 89. ONE DOLLAR A YEAR FARMING ON A L4ARGIE SCALFE. 11OW Blut P--itulptaAlti MAW!,. 'he 1lipts and Iuoii nres A1' lan * m -. 11(enso Cori aut Id % at Fiarns in Iowa and D~akota. * The following tpee;aIt article was prepared by Mr. Frak SpearmUan for the 1eview of itevi : We'know whal, ilt r ..roads did last year ; we know What Ihe merchants did. In a year. t in, I.Mu 1898, when records in do mii :#i micus of Ameri - - - can iunust~ry wtre dmashed, what did - the Amurican farmer du ? Balanc she t u e ...tsppily scarce - among'armters; Liic lWv w iicil are ta ken are bard to ut at; for these rca -sons the ono' Lro prented it) of spOcial.interebt. 1t, is io i froin a pmpet fa'rm ; it is not, a paper blance ; nor is - itha paper farter w 1'o n tokes tii show ing. It is what io m.an. r.-.an review hat - ver befgrse, presened to its reade r an actu,l glim's at . books and workings of a t1UuIu A mnerican larm. This far...

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 March 1899

r'~ .21)k's Jouirnal PUBLISHED EvEltY TIIURSDA1l Subscription Onle Dollir a Yeal K~ill -red1 at. thl Pof'41t 0113C4 fit J" i'{tlls 11-4 J~j.'';I I1.'44Ir f ill :1414 I i l'il ti lm 4411 l'1 4 S4'* illI'.ii e- (4 f'r''ig1i 2141 Li I.' i; 4 4141(1o lid v 541i~I I lollt Jill L i m .ii' o m -i '5'1 ~ 24Th i4 ll wli il 4.lq iv v i!'4 fill ('I C ilt, M. ;f. x ('u v gi 44':ilt Vi l -1ii 111i fol. c11ili g s i (4114'1 4t IL'dC144 l'.(t 1 hg 1 44 'C4;( 1111,Lie i')~l.''11 4 .i'' 44.4. t~ il t~e ivl wl. l1 -7 .--7777 i ~ 4: .: 1110 114p NC t ii.I S 1II 1~41C Cmli Whir414'. Ilc r., f*'illC IIIV ilits.l 41 14 xIeais Iiil I I Aa (101e 41o 1 's l d to vt' (1 'iit rcy~y .'. ri , 4t I S,~ a% I ,M ityu it Il! Y o l'. ii jI-:giiii i il hl Yit mrttu 11 'l w hA oi r , h1{ ti t ic " ulli i 441 i t lit! u 111, 'ill! r of, CY( i' V 1111vll~i' (it km. )U4101 lots I :vltt '4 l ' 11114151 b alI)(, Il!' I h'S(~ c- i' hi 'it w I lthe lv1ild1 ili , I. 1 V (I iu hP1 t o ~ h i.ill thei L114 ~'1' I'd clIii iesoONt...

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 March 1899

People's Journal. LoeoI E'evitles. Buy your Diamond Dyes from .4W. Earle. Miss Maggie Dargan was visi tgr over in Greenville last week. Dr*.J, R. Riley filledhis regular appoinitmeut last Sunday. 9 The best cigar in town for sale - -'--- byGeW. Earle. r. and 4rs. E. . Hagood of Basley were visiting in town last -Sunday. Cadet Leo Gillespie, of Clemson College was-home on a visit last week. The County Board of Control held its reguler meeting last Mon day. Tho Second South Carolina regiment has arrived in Savannah where it will be mustered out soon). Buy your Drugs the cheapest and purest from G. W. Earle. - ~ "J. D. Ross of -Central has re ..---A to mentgomery la., to re Ils job of rail roading. and Mrs. S. M. Perry of '. C. are visiting Tresurer blood's family this week. i Cream and Vassiline Cam [ce for chapped lips and nanue for sale by G. W. Earle. 'Miss Amber Hunt of Rice's af tr a short visit among her Pick en- friends returned home last Fri day. The County Alliance will moot ...

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. — 30 March 1899

The People's Journal. PICKENS S. C FARMElt' I-N.STITUTES. TEE O11AT I4NI*i'rI'IS'4) I': 1.FROWM illIsl iA AND ICA TIONAL 314 TI. Niniety-fly i ev cent. <,1 th pro gressiVe. solil thlillilg l an'u* ' i roli" Jill parts' of* tie St.ltt, wh oe interest. ing letters are now bcing 111publislied weekly iI this paper, conn nic44 ant atd 11.40' A) LO ) i) it II u).144 s .41 t-%I II I ( t vocate F-armetcs- .1 nstiue.Sm e fuse to commit them~lselves oui int pr tiiular Sulbject, givin as ra 4 o1 n thai, the?y are lot familiir with the work )ugs of these in'-stitute4s. Since t hi''e appears to be an1 almol'.st unlanllinls expression of* se(ntimenut l'avoible to) these social a ll( edluiation4al organiza tious, the time Secmils ripe for Iimm141e diate action along that, uluc. No tinit or season of thle yea' col be mor ap propriate for (the Iauguration 44 their betificieit workt-. Iluin it, this in ttiu 1ar period. Wlhilt our44 hul4s alre. beving prepareI, crops pitchetd, mid (lie whiole year'...

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. — 6 April 1899

i . HE PEOPLE'S JOURNAL -VOL g.---NO. in. PICKENS S. C., THURSDAY, APRIL 6, 1899. ONE DOLLAR A YEAR. BILL ARP ON ASTRONOMY. HOW LUNACY IS GROWING. The Moon ani the Sun Are Having a Disagreemnot--The Moon Has Af lected a Preacher Who Denies the Truth of the Bible. - Dr. Baker say1 that all theso late disturbaneas of the elements are owing to the moon, and that we havent had a left-hUnded moon before in forty years. I'ne moon has been passing through a cycle of years, and Is just turning back to go the other way, eorter like the sun whon it crosses the line and makes the equinoctial gales. "Anditha''s the reason," says he, "why everything is out of joint both in the heavens abovo and the earth beneath, for the moon is pulling one way and the sun is pulling another. And that accounts for the extraordinary weather and the storms and hloods and cyclones; and this left-handed moon seems to affect tGhe people, too, and so we are having a hullabaloo about the jug and whiskey businss, and th...

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. — 6 April 1899

'T. c. 11oIs1NSON, Editor. FU3hTSHfED EVERY THURSDAlt. Subscritiwn One Dollar a Yea . 1 lit, st Oflivo at Pickeis a: P71:TISING 1ll1ATES. v .-. t.44p-r int eli for irst. i -lon, Of ''I? :'n: r 144 . r~ - rt I - t r~l II I to st a r ea -i sublse<.nenut. io.art~oon '''li .t for nlver.is en ts , lit, S. a<. .1.. ~TertMi namh. A tintual cotn 1 - - ' a. ~ ~ ~ el I y'-1 . t n - .g.-y . :i ?4 '. 4, its 1ifw:41 t-ItittIn, 10 'et1 t114 at. ientsifo l-4 I1 li, ii.'' l~ ~ vi' r.urat- tt I foreigt :d \ A! I .4,4 lliest C .t alm t hr A-tv Spt lllI38 - t li)t- 1- f.1 111 M.ling i n shotl. - n iot 1-ilt hI In% Mit I i 1t 1 .1 T 'H:D.'Y, . I.l L wli. 1 i, - Cot"ton Mill Meeting o . (. r h.. SI ''onn e of I proviousi I le h-, ci ; u I f h I t nI et 1() dt4i en Owih p rojec t o)f-(-rec ing a cot. 4( t cIi o. W b. u~mled nd mo . b E.o t1)1111t 0 ( V~ .. . d ' 4irnum ,t an .('. c I'. * ;. t;i- was t o tako th., m. till we tho 1 - r uhl mako ail ffot - a jnoilIll .l41id ~iii.1. j 110 )11~t)1 . 11 ...

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. — 6 April 1899

The People's Journal. Leemi Brevitles. 1 9. Kinch Sr. returned hone dapt Tuday. =Cade6 Omie Mauldin of Clemson Ollege-was home-last week. Qometsbie Janss Alitom was in Sp'n la.t Tsesday on iuainess. UMt Parl Robinson, of Liberty is visiEng in tow a this; week. Mon. Davis Burnes, of Walhalla, "s Irk town last week. Mia Julia Wyatt of Brushy Creek US visiting Mrs. Flora Lathein thim ~eek, Ii$* 1nme Manldim was visit e Uie Lido B aith, of Easley last Vsnday. 4mle O'Dell was robbed of '$165 4atr 4ib*tty, N. C., last Monday ilght, the parties aro anknown. Mies Mabtle Ellison, of Easley ;rsa e4iting Miss Battio Algood tast week. Mel ]Bogge, of Fort Hill was visiting his sister, Mrs. J. H. Ne'y 4inu laOs Sunday, J. O..Rroak was in bowna Monday, *haking hends with his many fripadegu Urf. Ulisabeth B. Nolloway died W. g4tb, Mt the homo of her giandaughter it) Maaley, S. 0. Mr. Snd Iraa. 4. F. Banistor, of C400oheo 'were visiking the laitors pMretni Mr. and Mrs. 5. 3. Bowes 14s4 Sunday. ReV. ...

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. — 6 April 1899

The People's Journal. PICK ENS S. C. PRODUCTS OF THE ORIENT. THE JAPANES14, AND CHIlNESIE. Agriculturl'al ami Mtlnilical Con diti)tins in toOs ointries as Seen b)y anl Ameiricanl fIAperbl. )r. S. A. Knap, who was sent by the U. S. l)epartmnt, of Agriculture to Ja pall, Chila, and the i ilhypines, as an lgrilltrl I explor has re p'orted to Seertlary \\'ilton the reults of his ex ploratioll lie was instructed to in vestigate such products of the farms, ielti, andI forets of those countries as might be of advantage to the agricul tural industries of the United States, noting especiay any superiorty in the quality of the products or in their veonoilic production, and agricultural conditions, including cost of labor. lIle was particularly instructed to secure a quantity of seed rice of high iavor and nutritive value, which should fur nish a much larger per cent. of head rice (whole grain,) in milling thian the ordinary seed now used in tihe 'ii ted States, andi to purchase Intuple lot:, ...

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. — 13 April 1899

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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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