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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 13 April 1899

PmUmLisHED EVERYiTHUuSDA'I. Subscrxition One Dollar a Year .*t I. I .it tis 'ost Ofico at 'iekens ts 7fNITITISING, lATENs. I v per inch for t-irt instrtion. 11r 1 . ih sl 1b %e ' V en t in ise rt iot . t eli.u-t t'ly. J.s. in l1 --l veltittust t s p ilsIrtion anti ile t s foi Cotton' ill. r'. I to all. No spe - r::. -4 to foreign -1. \ lsoh itt ftakt tilta. r.1n of th~ vi ,4h1. de e ic ates. \~71 IIL ne '4'111 ,4a 1ilii4. 1stt sio tit | h. h -1 ..t 111r11111 Mondhay mtorm. ~* - ' t ' 1 L ''a t ' l ' I tL ' I it t11 't 114 1u j it.'Ap 4 twit V 3 011 1~l nS-- -- r s i ents, tin S.- - , -.1 a~ v e ItuI rsetv . U A Cotton~I Mill ~ i t -wy a sd m1'n 48 I i .. i tin " n u I nitdl' ti y n utj)0z I .i~~-" vi t ~j - lu i ( e t .t t * I lii 91'1tI~ O - rste sinsho I tIt thir .I' ral be-i - .-r :COindiet;rri rstnill - II u tI (.'rit c-s a n ilthe Ij i I :~y i tert $. u'l~t re.. ) r th I - I .''~I hi l fapo r t o thei I in unInB&1'.ithev hv - h~~ lit ttlit n o < t to i ti n - aI.t a 'a &...

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. — 13 April 1899

The People's Journal. Local Brevities. -See change in "ad." of Masses Rogers. -Seo Folger & Thornloy's ad. in another column. Spring suit.s, shoes and hats. ligkest quality and lowest prices. Married on the 9th. inst. Miss Janie Gilliard t( Mr. Joe Sheriff, 'both colored, M. F. Hesto, N. P. offieisting. -Have you read A. K. Park' ohange in advertisement? You will ,find that they are offoring somfe rare bargains in spring anid . summer Dress Goods. Judge J. B. Nowbery is havinv lumber laid down at his rosidence yreparatory to building a new residence having moved the old one somne twenty-five yards below its t'rn-.or location. Warren King son of Mr. J. U. King of Easley, ditd at the rosi dense of hii father Saturday ov'i ing last. The funeral service was -onducted by the Rev. Ruslhton, in the methodist church on MonLay n orning, Spring has come and the hia ds have mated and their carrolings can be heard from every bough ; but thgre are one old "Bob White" all alone, but from pros...

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. — 13 April 1899

The People's Journal. PICKENS S. C. '11C SEI3I) APPROPlRIAI 1mN. 1ow It Is BeiIng lXIwIl'd fly Secre the \\'a h ll ' ndl-o harko n nC iV.i with Seen.C.lv . f il which ri e i tt pato h 110110 o 0i wo(iW. Of til 00o( wo 141-C itIliw w ci E, '' (1 fin' Ltribuitioll f C't A* nonll, w)nd thle k % p djn ilig ill O' i ii ll arclot (WALL. ad . hie contractor \.k 1 IOW Z e2t1i- are k' : and perl ' LUu t. ill dj - the 5t'cd3 gi. i'Illila 'i for feiLtiyv ama n seninVLIg out tuh a n ne d hi s el rt t II' i liCnt I YiZ r , l La n the de ii'LuItlitl i thing, alld wi' rIlt -iL iiprove the t alt woo ar'k. Th' gi'Mt Ute 7,Oll,. a l oceani ith IL'L je'ft'it. C il dt 11 L!. \ g IC iVV CtrI t h 'a', |0* 1r li ntii . iu lii., a' .i . Ii til ' I G t~~~ oln fi ti I : . b t 'i LI I it'ni rni' a it\ ii r Y \vr al d liail0 ttliv Liili .ii \' L I VI 11.C' ni ji~ t \, i - ':111 il' 11 '1 lbI - liio iii' nii i -i\n - I i i T iI.i'i af L ,ib' - d - V. Cii t \ thi' Wrl Lii Lniaii. .i lii i I d I, al i iIn nilui 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. — 20 April 1899

__ PEOPLES JOURNAL_ -YOL 9.---N. i- PICKENS S. C., THURSDAY, APRIL 20, 1899. ONE DOLLAR A YEAR BRYAN'S NOTABIE SPEE1QCH. A J-:FIEatSONIAN WAlt-URY, 11o Takes Up Now ani Vital Issues -or the Campaiitu oft 1000 Without Dropping tile Old. William J. 13ry mU spoke recently at the JeYL rsouian oanquet in Topeka. Kan., concentrating his attention chiefly upon anti -monopoly, anti-con .tra'ization iad an ti-imperialisin rather t)ian upon the silver question. He un reservedly lli--'nad allegiance to the -h Cicago pla-.form, but the greater part - of his address was tevoted to new issues. Tihe following is a stenographic roport, anid xclusively for The World, giving veruatim the inportant parts Of the speech : The ,ti ug g1 of 1896 is a plainer - strugglo now tLan it was then ; a strugglo.botween democracy and plu tociacy- remocracoy which would main tain a gover, mitnu t of the people, by the pleole and for th- pcopIle, aid a pluto ct'Acy wh!oli wou ld place tho dollar above th3 :.m in 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. — 20 April 1899

?i,'1SHED EVE.RY..THURSDAI. Subscription One Dollar a Year 1:ni., :.t th l'ost Oflice at Pickeus as . .. matter. LAITISING VfA TES. p.r per imol for first. Insertion, 11f. t f~ir enolh sithsetitietnt intsertiont. _ , .iutit for ativertisenieits on an 11!u1 utlr.wls. Terius ensh. Annual con 1r tquarterly. I - . -' . in locai c.ollu111n, 10 eents per u rst in -tin andl tive cent~s for ell I'iti iliselt ionl. N eiq (Oc price to all. No spe r"I :peelal rati to foreign ad i\'I snh inuit tfakle the run of t and.:I hide hIv !neh rates. 1i tf 111 ' for etitillig 18511te liould i in not Liter tha it Monday morn T r will not lit resjioitsible for tho V.t-wn. ;a11, n tsiinionsit of correspondents, un. le.ss tho wtue are editoriallv endorsed. 'i 1 1> DA. .\PIL1 201h, 1S99. C'rrespondents. t lime has com11o tnd Cor i-;. vet th, .Tournal readers - . 1xious to hear their var Sri-d views c Othe social -lIt cal kalhid(ioeope if the t hetitate to write for the n aI sulilt-I ul publie who apprently...

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. — 20 April 1899

The People's Journa1. Local Brevities. See chango in Frcomand Hiendrick s advertioiont Dr- and Mrs. W F. A ustami a i town this woek. Mrs. J. F. Dargarn and dauglite:r 'Miss- Mi ) ltll mowdav for *reenwood, S. C. The many fiends of Magistrata W. L. Jenkins will, be sorry to earn of li@ illness. Isaiah Cox of W iington D. C. is visiting parents Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Cox this week. Married on Sunday the 101h inst. Mr. William Littlejohn .1nd Mrs. Rainnah; Morgan, colorod. Mrs. Tilda Loopor and soin H ar voy, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Hendrick of Pickens. Rev. A. J. S. Tho re preachod two very instructive sermon Is, Sunday, to a large aid attent ivo congregatioii. Mr)'.IB. Finney returnedi hjom Monday from Andorson, wher he has beon visiting for the tir last two weeks. See the chang in Mis A M Kay's advertisement this wo-sk. I would be wvell for you to call nd see her before you buy your sjn'i hats. The young peoplo of Pickeins .1d easley had the great pleasur fi' enjoying anot...

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. — 20 April 1899

The People's Journa PICKENS S.C AN OSTRIIOHi FARM. 1311 Arp Tells o' th Big Birds ai ilow They are Brod In Georgia. Ti oi:rich farm was planted ho: on lat 1hanksevi ng day. It ls a bran< of the onle at Galveston. A few yoa ago these Cnterpriz' Ing men gathori and brough tt jifty-tLwo young birds A frica. T1ey chartered a vesse1 at blnded thirty-nitine of tteil safoly Galveston. The others died. Last fa Mr. P earSOln, Wh1o is a I iiSi j)Iip1 brought over here a number of adu birds and also pair of those that can: front Africa. lte has hero now abot thirty which are grown and marri and has a nuinber of chicks from twA days to four months old. Thero Is large inlosure, w here the males an females of marriageable age are turne in and kept until the male makes h choice. The female acquiesces witi out any coquetry. This pair are the transferred to a smaller inclosur w here tli male at once begins the pr eces of subjugation. le treats hI iost shamefully--strikts her, biti her, pursues he...

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. — 27 April 1899

THE PEOPLE'S JOURNAL VOL g.---NO. 14. P ICKENS S. C., THURSDAY, APRIL 2-, 1899. ONE DOLLAR A YEAR. A True Story BY J1IM MlY S'l'l111\\'.:1,1 E.:D\\' RDlS. A negro conviet lay on his back i the log barracks, awako. IL was ont a boy when h" !-ic!k s were rivete, upon his ankie: ; his erime an erro born of ignoraiceo and the inck of IorU training. Six yar .loil passed sine then und he was stiu uae tile Stato o Alabama fourteen y -trs of snrvitude Life for him had si..i: Id into the dul routine of ai .iip aler, the daysi o his bygone freutoui at drean. Th( freedom to co1n( waW too far for hi in a g in a tio n to .t ilp t. . To the right and left of him thi chained forins wviere 'ut stretched it heavy blumb- r. SICI) with the COL' viet is rest in the hill and perfeel siguilieCancO of the word, an21d h plunges into !*. ts i to at tide. Thal which kept te boy avako was some, thing novel. It was not pain-had hc -ot felt the lae1lh ? Nor sorrow ; fot bohind him aniong; the far away Geor gia ...

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. — 27 April 1899

I'L~.i o les Journal. t E EVERY TIHURSDAI. Subscrip)tiol One Dollar a Year 1-: d.tere I at tite l'ost Ofive at Pickens am I ptI NI It AT ES. 4,. de . r 'per il1 for first, insertion, llf e - :weh sithst-4ittent ittsertiotn. dkonut ii for a4nveI-tiA0444e 4tS Onl l) vtr.i. !-. 'T inms enslv . Ai1tital con4 :4 4.' i l, in local colninn, 10 cents - or t. for first insertion and0 live cents for I-0-- .piet'4l insertion. i:4 1 - 4. Onv ri'e to all. No spe ti "t4-4iC" r.- special rates to foreign til1 .41- A . \ -ticvh innst take 1( run4 (if the p.tp'r and :ihido by siteh1 rates. .. I o-: lnwnts4 ftir romnitig N'4111- 81()1nh1 . b I o in not l:ater thant Monlay n44n I , I will not he responsible for the v'ew 4 44n4 opinions of correspontients, o44 lo ' are ('litorially entdorsel. ' I' - l I .4 1 1 , 'h' 1S11!). T1I. I.A -' LAKE ITY J 1lY WAS I'N.\1, T ' V 14 ) .\VEi \ ).' M CT, A1: Io lul n14'' '4'rtl$. i d 141 thei41 nvehAing cas" byv Jiuly 14I " ' :11 111 11 I ' h1n - (114 1 rl, ut w141 ...

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. — 27 April 1899

The People's Journia. Local Brevities. Henry Grady is attendi ei in1 Gireenvillo Mliss E;va l~omtw in tow n last. 'Tues(ay D1r, W. F, Austin will b ley lay 2nd and 3d it;.t, The residenca of Judg . is rapidly nouring complet ix. Uarry HarrisM, of Greoiville, ill town last, week on a shortii John Meares an( bride of P;Io let, passed through town last we. Walter Hoster, after a i wiy d sojourn with his parents, left oM01 day for Clemson. Feaster Ca meron Who htas1 bueln confin1od to his bed1) with iIn's is somewhat im2p)roved. 1, J, Mauldio Esq,, of And.lers.o' was Visiting relatives and11 friends 11 town lown last wvook, Mrs. W. A. G resham, accom i ied by her brothois, W. O, aml J. W, Ilostor are visiting bor p11:r2o, Mr. and Iirs. M. F. Ilestor in to- i. M-trs. James Ulnderwood who lIv two milo south of town is r,-or' to be cr1iously ill wit hi f:eve : G. W. Earle is uttoiidinIg 1hr. . Mrs. 1 T . . JeIki - King Mountain are visitin-'v t i ers'l parents, Mr. and Ml r,. WC.. Jenkins ...

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. — 27 April 1899

The People's Journal. PICKENS S.C . THiE IMA1 TS 0V MIAOAS' Can t ho Ow EilCS bo KIpt fromii De jinolishing tfo Itoaid or Preveut. Ito Operation by Othors ? Columbia State. The principlei involvLdl it t1e issues preselted in tle Caloli na, Khuoxville and Westorn railroad eae i, Which comes before Judge I raw ky next week, pertain to the funidarnioit1l law upon the relation of Ge raiIomis to the public. The decision will hd of vast I imI)Oitiance30 aid tihe LACet, will be far reaching, setting pr vedent, there being fov cases of th kind not'ed in the books. Tihe plan for the contructiot of the Carolinia, KIoxville and WAstern roatd was based upon the ned of two great sections, a ied whihbli has not yet been tilleu and plans for wi hih are still un der discussionI, tile proposed Iroutes be ing dilferent. Tihe idea in view was tle construction of a trunk line across the mountains, giving at Augusta and l'ort Ioyial an outlet for the g realt re sourC'es of the territory around K1iox. vi...

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. — 4 May 1899

II .- -..-.-.. ThE PEOPLE'S JOURNAL VOL 9.---NO. I.PICKEiNS S. C., THURSDAY, MAY 4, 1899. ONE DOLLAR A YEAR. . THE BATTLE 0] IN SEARCH OF MICHIGAN AND SOUT The Captors at Gaines I Captives at A lFrom The Gruenvile Mountaineer. Onn of thu' iost, remiiarkabe in cldents of any battie in the war be tween the Staten tiok l).ace at Gaines' Mill on t' e 27th of June, 1,862, during the Seven D)%3 s !,t? : around Rich mond. It was a hatnd-to-hand confliet htweii the Sixteenth Nich igant and the l 'afimelt.to ',j a y -3footers, and this incident hats r'.t..o TAI %tracted an unt usuai degree oi att: .tion by reason of articles that have a 'Pared in the Confedea- \' ''j. . 4thin the last few timnit's. Ihe ,it'or of Ti.: AloUNIA INici.:t several weeks ago Mrc pared an t 0a The Vteran, in whaich he hasm; told the inciatent as he baw it, and whiel diffears int soie re spects from the aountIL givoen by a lPcderal soldicr, bu1t only e nough to verify the general features of the in cident itself. It ...

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. — 4 May 1899

PI'U1LIS ED EVERY TI{URSDA'x. Subscri p tjin One D ollar a Year Eu I .14 Itt 11111) I'o~It Olilee lit ielcen-411. AIOV' ERI'ISI NG It A'I'. Ont, ti'lir lier inch'l for i rmt, i nsertio fif ~ibieralt oiti mI in t. for ti v ~ en tmemeot.4 oli III 1111.1 vott Sc'A. Ter'l' cash~. .Annual conj K riket4. i',tyitl, ii quiarte'rly. L"'oa 1' ' ilS l 10('311 ('01111111, 10 C 'nt-it Per hut'e fiI II-t i iiert lol anliv e coliti for 6*koh ti iii1tilitt insertiton. N: - .,*. -1 o' . 011 J lwit' to ail. No qn'e vla! I) !]l. ipevi.~ ra teit to foreign adl the mprindahide b 1 .' sn, raite.u' bt h '-l1 il l1 iot latr.i tha lu l on a ti 1)410.9101 vwvIs w ttiti opinions1 or corrsI ijihieiii, ila lt~w; th", '.i aro editorial Iv etidorited. Rev. Dr. Holmes. toi Sii 14'." I iS stii t chuch 1'(441 hd I.(I I 1 h i (1I ildi ) hew .4lhil Ji.to th No. I1. N l:tis e'1 and lic ! hras 'ttit- l I 111 (pitt i a Iil l t iis tii . Ii' tI ii ili(I h t. I the SV(I~~~~ 1] (111 'u 111 dof thi nbyo bi ngI I- ju 11( irt ...

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. — 4 May 1899

The People's Journal. Local Brevities. Mlaj. J. J. Lowis attende(d couriM in Greenvillo last week. See notice to Sons of \'e't'rni in another column. aljor. Martin of Ciemiio'. C(ol. lege was in towi last stuilav. 1. M. MNiauldin wolt I) (11-relvill'; Inst wook on a business trip. Dr. W'- F, Austin will bho Pickens May 9th, 10th. and IIth Mrs. 1). B. Finnoy returned ho(m last week from Andorsoll. Tho County Board mot, ist. T!e day and wias very busy )aiss1i' n claims. The County Board of Control held its regular ineoting last Monl day. Ct,, J. E. Ulagood after a -)hort visit in, in, town roturne d to Chad. s ton, lastt 'Tuesday. ir. Rt. E. Laboon. of Andrson Co.: S. C- was visiting friends in Pickens. last week. Walter -I. Geor, traveling agent for The Ureeenville News was in town this week. An infant of Mlr. Mr's. W. 11. Perry of Dacusvillo died ol April 29th. and was burie I on the 30tly at Nine Forks clmrebIl. J. T. Youngblood hias, a go stand of cotton Up ready for har.. rowing,...

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. — 4 May 1899

The People's Journal PICKENS S. C VERDICT NOT, GUILTY. The Goverlimen11lt Failed to Prove Conspiracy o1 the Part of Defendants. From The orcenille M oun taineer. The great McCormick conspiracy Casshas dtwindled very i much since a little legal light has beenii thrown upol the subject. Mr. James W. Tolbert, a cousi a of 1. It. Tolbert, thle young man who was aspiring to fill Ashury Lati mor's shoes as reprrcriltiative in Con gress, has alleged that lie was chief assistant in the olhice at MleCoriick, and that on election day Il November last ho was looking aftr' hi-' cousin's interest by instructing the negroes how to proceed whien the manaers refused to receive thirr votes, whicl was being done becaue none of them were registered. k. N. Tocrt's plian was to get alidavitz Irn te 1iegr'ots at every )0i where they hcad olftered to vote and had been I. jA-t i by the mianagers, aid it wa iece-ary for him to have the t4istan' of tlhers in carrying out this prort,t which was merely paying ...

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. — 11 May 1899

TH.E PLE 'S oURAL VOL .---NO9. . - . PICKENS S. C., THURSDAY, MAY i,8.(NFDTA Av m HIMO. OF TKIS RIO GRANDE FlD FUNSITON'S VALOR. heio Kanisas Soldior Has Won Hi * 14Yirs in the Phiiippines-Militar Daring that Has lirought Hin 19atidhalFa . The President has appo inted dolone Frederick Fuuston, of thle Twentiet Kansaa,.as-a brigadier general of vol .anteors. . This appoictmont was re commended by Major Genoral Mac 4.tahiyaznd supplomonted very stronglj by Gerical Otis 'in a cablo dispatch LGo'nral MacArthur taid that the ser vies of Colonel Funston during th ,cmpaign, and especially in the cross ing of the 1Rio Granme river, deserv< recognition- such as his promotiop t( be a brigadier general, also that as a leaudr of troops Colonel Funston wai especially valuable. '1 ho Presideni ;rcqpgizos the Pervices of Colonel Fun ston, and his first 9l1lelal act upon re turning to Washington was te make Ji m.a brigadier general. Since the outbreak of hostilites with the--native Filipinos, 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. — 11 May 1899

- Ya cal' , .... e :,1 or Ir 1o ilsertion, fir t y -'': I-- h i 3 44- I Inlt e r i o n . r Ti 111. A14 a11 tl 1 con r - 1.4 11 11 Jiit ' ( -mery Imealv I.-9 in loa en linn, 10 cenits pr lint, f irst in eI t in n11 1 4i ve reIh ts for -a 1 4h1 nt in lsett ioi. . im, e ' I e to) all. No pe S i . - I raI t-. to ftore ign a11 il V . *. -ih It aim i hw 1in ot tiw ;-,p4r a abide hc snehi rati-s. bo bl ill inot 1:tor th . Monclaiy iorn Ivvi fre.1 h Will n h r o i fr O 1, - : . i is of .o rspom ie ts, 1nn. y ..-- - re edito riallIy endcired .1 , a l . .m , 1 ,1(. - ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ i n11av .s od I tI he .' l . th . 11Ither d its h i ~ suI.4 th . ton ei U' I. :4111 .4I 'ItI v 4 l it, * 4 .' ~I. I c~I~ oe th I ' u i n .) t IC ith (A it u Ilot .1ro u l as . n .n ~ r thinov :uel atii te th uno- ill t lr'. Phitlon w il i 4 o 4 e11-n1 d t be ai bI yI.I - 0 01 0 Q-umb ia tot I Iv -1. . 4. ver linA.tv Ai e th. has a I.foo i 44~* 0 4 - m >r. . h,'~4* . VIh1i 4 I 4*4lin o i tlrt - . ' 2, -I. p 44,. ther ...

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. — 11 May 1899

The Peopile's Journal.' Local Brevities. W. D.'Chapiian, of Liberty paid Pickens a business visit last weok. .R..M. Wertz, of Liberty, was in town Monday on businoss. J. P. Carey is in Columbia this week, attendmg the supreme court. 3., E. Boggs'is atten ding suprome colirt this 'wook in Columil-ja. C. P. Barrett has blool pardoned by..President McKinley. Solicitor and Mrs. M. F. Ansel were visiting in town last wook. J. T. Taylor went to Atlanta last Sunday on business. Ierial Furguson last a vory fino 1 mule Tixesday night. Mrs.J.-L. Thorntiy is visiting relatives and frionds in Anderson this week. Mr. Jesse. dhilds and brido of t Greenville, were visiting in town last weok. J. E. Davis, of Central, vas aiong his old friends inl town -Tuesday. Rev. J. E. Foster fillod his regi lar appointment at Socorn'i last Sunday. Rev. W. H1. Workman, of Liber ty was the guest of Dr. Riky last Tuesday. Maj. J. J. Lewis wenlt to Ch1arles ton Tuesday to be at the ronimon of Confederato Vetorans. ...

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. — 11 May 1899

The peoplo's Journal. pICKENS S, . GOOD AIJViclC I., HAC111LO M. 8ct' Iwuli i o li S hoV iIl thi'n f .4.4 I t.Iit . 1 R ligionl anlif Sent le Itis tilli' g P1%tritotis 11 1 ear 1) .1 " I i" yhi so r I N 11 - boll 11114Y U Ima ms4 ?... I 14' to throadl 0he 11 ,n k~~cji1 w.144 k,4 44 1 1 :, O' '.1 I 4 and Straightn to dJoall (')hre, 9 3111CI '0 m i l.-I I this wowld "ih- 11m11C% ti o rood that 1111n i\ 4'l v ortwld owes you - n ," t .At q .1 haveyour oMd rt114 d \\hy 'ItI nial taei ir. -.0 ) 1" keep themi com )N h III - I "I poor paa .-! -dorn it. - WWI NOI you, bh an Ir - --,I l ovrt hro?,Ic fr .Lthn -c- 1J1" . youl hatVe that , tha , -! w L Ir. f you ny I\ 4.4't do the. oemn b,~ det.4 r' do 1 i fr i 4.1.1' fIWt LO4.4 11 Wh way fV i 4 ar et'. t 4.. ~ n r '4.4.b !4 1et 'o -- CanV 4 scuptr 1 e 4. e ti1nt \ a to sea theirvow.4 y4.4.,4ov .\\ It is it w n Wha ar th brwln bro 4. o in . Iap e l oyu4nth4u of elgio , nd atiot.m. m i cht wi te 1 w4 hllfotGwntea o1.fl4 the crode chrhtgehrn nous...

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. — 18 May 1899

* THE PEOPLE'S URNA VOL 1--N. i7. PICKENS S. C., THURSDAY, MAY 18,99. ONE DOLLAR A YEAR I f'l I I I A' f I A rTTvr i AI-- - HEIRORS OF THEn LrOST CAUSE4 XMET IN CHARLESTON. The Old City Filled With Veterans aid Their F4riends-8)pceches by Gordon -and Whcoler-A Grand - Parade-Hampton the Chief of Heroes. This has been a glorious week in Charleston. The old city, proud to be known as the "Cradle of Secession," . acknowledged centre of the valorous and proud sentimcnt of patriotic South Carolina, has overflowed with the beloved veterans and a vast throng of younger but ardent and patriotic people. The colors of the dead Con federacy minglnd everywhere with the stars and stripes the bands played " Dixie " and "Star Spangled Banner." Although the scuotie was so animated this is a week of menories and the men - who. wore the gray and who sulfored and all but died for the cause, that was lost, came first in everything, and the leaders of that lost cause wore hailed with-cheers and tears an...

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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