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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 18 May 1899

J1;'LISZD EVERY THURSDA1. Subscription Oile Dollar aI Year ADIVERI['SfNGi IIA'ES. One i11)l1 ir pe ite f11 or 21 rut. Insert l oll, I LI Iioi-:1I disvo0101 n for :111 verit is ii t il (122 fl pe~r line t 'r iriO I im:ert ion 1111i jjt((l j t 4 for No Pzv.,' q. Oln prii(t' to 111). No 1tpe. eIni Tim wtirni tc'npeiail ratet to forpigi 2ti,4. verdl-lrit AH1 '4114-)I1)1 2st t~ike the run of She pnjwtr mi ml bido by mich ratem. Adv4ertIk*i.'iiti for coming 18-41e shllnit be handdill l not litter thlan Mtoildl morn. Ing. T1 e vd1it or will )lot lie rexionmilo for tiae v1C'V10141 iid piionsm of corresponde(lpi, il Icut ho :.'~are eiitorialiv eedoriiod. Charleston. oi h. vi - it or to (th iti'lest1oil I1.av( r1tmurnedIini ]uid hl~ tifll(' to IQelp)P. I1( ian reflect. gIn2It, 111118gt ii tile 1 boli ii lll.I 11 1011t('l if l roll it io I) .1( Iiitl t1 is 11("0 gl1:161) .il Ig t(o mtot f2))a Il'I1' i ave S OIj it I -ho a 1(11 oftl f ,t(1 the 11111-st e'xtoiit li1( )o1hiil All isa * t-I~actill...

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. — 18 May 1899

The Peop0le's J0oirmd Local Brevities. Mrs. Craig Baker, who was (Iuit4 ill 1ast week, is now improving. Call on G. W. Eario for .1ur Kentucky crab apple Vinegar. A large crowd totnded service at Six Milo list Sunday. Dr. Crenshasv, of Table Moun tain was in town Monda y o li btii nless. Mrs. W'. T. Meares, of Sonoca was visiting relatives and frieid in tow Moiday, The best brands of canned corn orkra and to e atoes at. Freeman A Hendricks. B. K. Thortnley returned hom< last week after a short visit in Ai. derson. Mrs. J. I. Bolt, of this paeo.) i, visiting her parent s inl Atidersoi county this week. Miss Florene Boweni, of th pla-( ' is visitinli relatives and friends in Greunville tiis week. Auditor S. A. Hunt wEllt Columbia last week. oil businoss he returned Moday . J. R. Harris is reported to be seriously ill, w e op110 thiat Ihle will sool recover. Dispenser Baker, will -hp t, Columbia about 15() cWs of bot ties this week. He has be n oti fied not to buiy any mnre. Miss St...

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. — 18 May 1899

The People's Journal PICKENS S. c. hILL ARP VISITS ATHENS. ie quotes laatin to Itelind H11m1 of Otti Tines-The 110Y o" 111 (jol lego Days. Tempora muttaltur et nos mutamur J n iis." I aml low in Athens, the Classic city, and must quOte some Latin to be classic, too, and show that t I have not forgotten m11y alma mater. a "The times have c3han1ged and wO e must change with Llbim, said the r Latin 2,000 years ago, and this iaxim t is more striking now than it was then. f The changes ire more rapid and muore radical. Old Franklin college, within whoso unprotonding walls I walked e and studied and expanded MY youthful t Mnind, has grown to be a university a and we old men are steaiing our minds to keep up with the nOw order, the widening of metal and physicai training which is now offered to our u boys. 'rinme was whn we thought that Dr. Church and Irofessors McKay, Waddell, Leconte, Jackson, Stevens, i Hull and Nahum Wood knew all thatp was worth knowing in this sublunary y world ; whe...

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. — 25 May 1899

EPEOPLE'S JOURNAL PICKENS S. C., THURSDAY, MAY 2, 1899. ONE DOLLAR A YEAR. 6 1 R'O D AM T I l -l A FIEND Op TH SOUT11. An -EIloquent Address at the cOn. fdterate 'Rounlon by a Gallant Federal Soldler. One of the interesting features of the Charleston reunion was a well. timed address from Col. Henry L, Turner, of Chicago, on the lait night of the assemblage of veterans in tha hvditorium, when the closing exercises took place. Maj. Theodore G. Barker introduced the speaker and among other things said he would present a oldier who had been always at the front, and yet never wounded. " I vt to introduce," he said, "our com e in bi66. A man who was brave gh and grand enough to fire tea over the sleeping dead of the federacy, against the protest of his le. I present as my friend, as the d of the Southern people, of and fraternity, Col. Henry 31. ,of Chicago." Turner came forward and was cheered. After bowing his ac. edgments, he said : ends of the United Confederate rais Association of C...

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. — 25 May 1899

xu aik1) E\-AILY THURSDAI. SubscI :i o One Dollar a Year I "w t < hi tit. Pickeis na M i It A 11 Es, m. lI 11' 4 irz t .a.sturtitt, tif. 10--:1 colui ti 1 e tit .i~rtwon atnd livet cents for f tol al. N dse , i- It t forei tt or. -nselthe unr the d - L' . lh r.te'4s. CO\ 1! 1', ivi..' 01 l t 411 u0rn. ft1t 4144 i ll. 1tirsdy.tri ?PI V'.'AI f n ' 41 the -- - t n ents.lid not w - 1 t.1 l .4 TT i : .:44.V mw- 1, a L -2 .. ArY -5 i'i( 4 ' 4 r 444ra I *ou d 1 he : t bI w athr. and not W ,: :1: . . un~ '15th, \1; The se 1114 I 1 1 July to, 1c)l ti \\ . m , I let - '1 n4'('w t~i~ 144!4.1 sfo ail. s g fa(il ('(I -4 4 .v4ou u -.~*.,, -11 a Ji crlllur forl pic. I -rs on the ~ litertr -4144 4 ls for(hi w licens It I4r II1bj 1cect."r~4.S .1 .t ei I' donit thit teacinglt a prof\sin a til: 4ls s tati of h a~Iir i(sl)' 1rgely 411ro.ught.~4b ::o thby 4ur 1s a)4 ei 110 trv a.t11ne.t o th, 4l l o .rst g4rad)o ltchr 44 -' Witl 1114) 19I .lpraguiit If thoboard of any Staite would retloct for one mom...

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. — 25 May 1899

The People's JourI.1dI. Local revities. Mrp, J.. Joings isute sick this week. Mrv, R. A, Bown is visitig in Greonvi le this woek towi'uoesdn n bousii . ' Call on G. NIV. Earli, for ure Kentucky crab applo Vinegar. Th *%'st-lrd of amdis corn orkri ad- to.? atooes alt" Freetmant AILips JI.Y.. Junninigs returned home last'satiirday from a short Visit to"relatives Id frients in Augusta, Ga. Qtgito"afr- onjoyablo (Iftice was partliipatod inl by the young folks of Pickenis-in Free1nnu's HallI last MondIay.vmig. Miy.,H1anumot, the little daugh trQf Mr. and Mirs, B. A. Morgan, of '(reenvfillc, di(d last Mlonday night at 11 o'c!ock, .% liss Nettio Elrod, a veIr attrac tiveyuigLi,(y of Alldrs on conn ty, is visitmn che family of .M r. W. HI.,4hmr this wook. Capt,, Yilliain AlxcKitnney. a pronnii~ht Lnd t ed'f manoll f t' Grooliville bounity, did at. Iis iiliome last Sunday, the 21st inst. There vill be an , tnrtainimon' givensi Wtho Coutrt 1 louse by Mrs. J. D. Curetoni nex t Wde~ y. nin)g'at...

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. — 25 May 1899

The People's JournaL PICKENS So 0. GANTT AS A FARMER. What it. 4ost an, k-Editor to Raise Cotton- oIKililoni In the Cotton 14leid, Mr. 1. barry Gantt has rotired from journalism, but ho wields a racy pen In the Wron Lanco ovory week, and horo i- one of his latst oixpiorloncos as a farmer: All of thIs week I have hoon hard at work on my farm, and had only time to pay two little pop-callH to town. I am killing grass and cleaning my crops while the sun shines, and have now my cotton brought bo a stand and the dirt thrown hack, and my corn roplanted and worked over. The dry May has boon a blessing to the farmers, for it enabled us to catch mp with our work, and got our crops In good condition. Wo are now ready for rain, and don't care how soon it coime-S. Nothing except ;pri ng oats has su ToIrtd from the dry weather, hut there is ti me enough for them to strstci tp if wo krgt a good, soaking rain in the niext, fiw day,. Thoso moonitos prodict a down pour of water at bunas next change. ...

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. — 1 June 1899

THE PEOPLE'S JOURNAL VOL q.---NO. 9- PICKENS S. C., THURSDAY, JUNE 1, 189. ONE DOLLAR A YEAR THI TRUTH PL4AIN4Y TOLD. EX-GOV. NORTHEN ON THE NEGRO A RIeview of' the Cotiditions Fxistink' In the South Between the Races Lynchings Are Not Defended and Orimes are Not Extenuated. 10x-Governor William J. Northen, of Georgia, was invited to deliver an ad dress on the negro quostio.n in Tremont Temple, Boston, and in complying with the invitation ho made an elabo rate defence of the South in its rela tions and duties to the negro, recalling to the minds of the Bostonians the origin and history of slavery in this country, depluting in generous terms the loyal conduct of the negroes who were slaves during the civil war upon the plantations in the Southern States, and showing very clearly the evils of the reconstruction period -,whon the negroes were taught to vote against the white man regardless of what he might have done for them in the past. This severance of former relations led to the co...

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. — 1 June 1899

4' UBLIED EVERY THURSDA1. Subscription One Dollar a Year llitorect at the 1oet Office at Pickelns I's 9eiend-claas matter. A D aR TllININ(G H A'lTE. One do!lbar poid i vhi for rir'It inseI'tIonl, fif ty ceits for e,.* subs 1410 ent, iriertion1. Libira4 d 4iscouit. for nadver sients orn ai1 aali! contracts. - Iermsnas1ns. A ninal con tracts, ma ,vnible ointr'ted?+y L a l fI if ies, ill 1414,10 I olitll, 10 etnts per ling. fol'Ifrt .in 11iol al4 five cent.s for *nll suhi'4finenti j1nsertion1. No Uvor.tm. ole lirire to aI. No mpe. olal prasttIOn I : 'eci Il rates4 to foreign aid yertiser:4. .\ 11 ,iwlh must lake Owh rimt of wie per ail :abide bY sneh rates. Ailvrti nwn s tor ritning i44ite sho ld be himdeul in nilt bater th:an Monlay iorn ling. TI I elit-' r wil lli' lov responlsileh for tlie vilW4 :1n114 o14l i4Iin of corremps lltilints, Iln ki h w ':'- a ri 4titor~ially tu4le acried. l 1t 14)4 D .W i4 t 1)( fi. 1 aP S. The hohda(:itionls are now thait there. will ho nine (1r tenl can...

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. — 1 June 1899

The People's Journli. Local Brevities. Chickeis ati.eggs are in deman11d iii Pickens now. Capt. 1. Ml. Mauldin has treated"( himself to a. now buggy. Call on ...G. W. Earlo for puro Kentucky crab apple Vinegar. R. Roark visited in Grveeiville last Wednutday and Thursday. Henry Grady 111d V. J. Roar'k are visiting itl Washington, ). C. J. MceD.* .-rtee's modern ri dence is rapidly nearing comple tion . Dr. R. A. L icastor, of Gains Ville, Fla., visiteI inl Pickons last week. The best brands of cannod corn, orkrit and to vatoos at Freeman & 110n(dricks.' The a nital reunion of the 'I[:a good family was held at Old Pic!.: ens last Friday. Where was our town iri-shal last Tuesday. Such coni(ct ais ,is tlere wts that afternoon shi-t'd Iot be tolerlflted. See change - 1 McFall's a(d this week . 10b -W a ar lead of lour 1 that ho 'will soll chon, a1lo salt. peas, corn, wheat bran and a fine lot of lumber. See his ad. Mr. D. Couch and Mi.s Maini Owen's, of Pi(ckonim County, were marriod...

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. — 1 June 1899

The People s Journal. PICKENS S. O TilE. HIuilts AREi DEFA4iD. importalit Decisioll on a tLi 1i l* anco Policy in a IFraterlial Organi zaiont. Points in lifo insurance haw of inter est to fraternlal soceties figured in a decision of Judge Alen, of Sprilgfield, rendered in tile United States circuit court for the Northerl district of Illi nois reontly, 6ays the Chicago Record. The cause invlveiVid the attulpt of the estate of Wa.iter C. ioyd, a Chicago manwho died Marel 17, 147, to recover the face aount, of a $3,01U0 policy ill the Knights of 1'ytulias taken out in is6. Lloyd livid at 73- Larrabcoi street and wat, race-track telegraph ope rator. The order set up the claim that as L-oyd had die,-i of beirrhosis of the-liver, duo to alcoholism, there was a proper defense to the policy inl a by-law en acted by the supreme lodge in lM11, which provided for iuvulidation of in surance if a member's death resulted from suicide or was eaused or superin duced by Lhe use of intoxicating liquo...

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. — 8 June 1899

HE PEOLSJ RN VOL 9N0 20. PICKENS S. C., THURSDAY JUNE 8, 899 ONED A ,------"-------n nn- me --.--e --- n w-- =~u - - _______ D L A A.F i v.9Y E A R I ,.. GAPHIIC STORY OF '11 H N' FIGIT. The Victory Won by Our Anicestors How the Ulattle Wis Fought-His. lorIc Places in the Neighboring County. The News and Courier gives the fol lowing report, of the historical address by lIsv. J. D. Bailey'at the Cowpens celebration : R1Lv. J. D. Balloy, of Cowpens, was the !ast spacik r. in beautiful and im pressivo language he gracefully opened the way for his historicii sketch of the bauttle of Cowpens. Oa 1.s face iL shows careful prcparLtio. In its presetit shape it is a valuabie ad dition to the Ihterature that bears on this section of tho SLate, and is here given as ircpared. 'Tis trLue that there iIy have been in soiUC'I Lspe2cts greater battles, but all things considered none played a imore il)orItant, part In to gre', draima o. the R .volution than that en ected on the glorious lield of 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. — 8 June 1899

r ]tOd at he Post Office at Pickenl as eead-lass smeler. ''DyitITISING IRATES. One dlliar per inch for first insertion, fif *v cente for each anhsubsJIut insertion. Liberal di1onu,,iut for adtvertismoients on an sum! eqntracts. Terms ashi. Annual con ?lhiaequarterily. I.ic i local co1111mn1, 10 cents per fia for, firstilisertion anui tivo ents for eacheg .AhenltiniUertion'. No favorites. One pric) to all. No ape eial posttlon or special rates to foreign alIl vertiser;-*11 uch muuist take the run of the paper and abide by seh rates. Advertto-neent for comilig issuto al1onl ie banded in not lter thani Monday imorn te elitir wIll not he repolmible for the Views and upimins of correspondents, un Aes the same1 are elitoriallv endorsed. THU l)AY, JUNE 8, 1899. FARMERS' INSTITUTES. Tlhj f eilly of Clemson College proposed 'farners' institutos in a lim iitel imber of counties thisa summer, 111( Pickens should bo making aralngmonts to ie one of the lucky counties. Farmertrs cannurot go to co...

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. — 8 June 1899

The:Y eoplcl's~ona Local Brevitieu. Aountain trips are now in order. Tho pension roll will b(o )publ ishi od in our next issue. B'or, untio Mr. an( Mrs. . W Farr,'on tho ii h lilt., a son. AM .-. ., Ear lo, visit h rela tivos iII Piedmilfolit, l.,t week. Mrs.-CdrrifBog".s, of 1:omAko, visited In town last, Haturlny 1all on G. W. Earlo for nuro Kentucky crab applo Vinegar. Ambler Gilreath, of Greeiville. is visiting in and around Pickens, I. H. Philpot, of Dacusvillo, was in) the city last Mondly on blusi liess'. Misses Cora nid MAay O'Dell, of Roandke, visited inl Pickns last. weok. Rev. J. E. Foster fillol his r.gu lar appointinent at -'(coia last Sunday. W. 0. Hlestor, of Clemson Cf Od lege, mado a short visit. loiimo l:a.t Saturday. - Col, J.. Iago'(I, Of Cha s toi was SeenI 01 ourI, Stireets severa l last- week. The best brium (!f emned cforn, orkra and to r ito -s a Froemni & Hendricks. Miiss Alma Smith. (fAd4e county, visit e:1 Aliris btlla New berry last week. The "gyspi-...

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. — 8 June 1899

01F The People's Journal F'ICKENSS.C. T11CCMDES I'VEM18AIAlI1I The q kjft, (11uWL MiA0-villr3 htv-., exerted - (l W(tI)1. rF11 ii111w~ictc oil the eduentlion -c! womciL l it 1)18 counitry. 'rhcv hl I)IL ni 2 r'st (If It l11,1 9 fO lowiiji l~P I Il' U.-Ilcht$, nor at be 1)n1tlttiS, 1101l' 111~ .-.n ' 11t' CCSSIO)31 Of it 11 ce it all 1. 1101 C.. 111I Di0t1 11 Lave shm\it 112 hic pid thw-t they art) l)UI))l)It' ft I t 1 1 M 2l'1i.3 of G ,ahlec Jno Sp'rtil 11V " v-1" tV k tcit' gto 1)-U I -. ';l. l lrvl\iiig li -a (lo I ti it! ove 11 ill)) I--:3 Ill t t 1] ti al I c 1 . Own 'hlo; cc. U W. (if I!;, olAA 'Ii" c. Ii . A ip~ i.t -. O . t ( A . 4 i BRYAN'S WAR AGAINST TRUSTS. The Democratic Leader Hounis tho lattio Cry-Fight Againist Oppres Mont o' Trusts 1lami( lin Hand With Flight For F4ree Silver. At the bana uet in St. Louis last week given by the J ffirson Club-the ant i trust barcquet it, was calL d --the Demo cratic leader emphasized the iuniani mitty of the party upon the Chicago pl...

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. — 15 June 1899

THE PEOPLE'S JOURNAL VOL .-N0. 21. PICKENS S. C., THURSDAY, JUNE iq, 1899 ONE DOLLAR A YEAR. THE DEAD AT WINCHESTIeR. A BAT ELI MON UMIN ' UN V1I-'1ji-MD. Unpt John G. Capers14. 01 St1h Caro Jlin, Makes an .in14ent an4 Pa triotic Atdtir< ss The unveiing of a monument to the Confederate dead at Winchester, Va., %- on th6th inst., was a notable event, and Is thus deseribnd by Mr. W. W. 1'rIce in a special to The State : This has been a great day for Win ,chester and . the Suenandoali valley, adid a significant ocasliou in these days of our reunited R)publio. Today a monument was unveiled in Stonewall cemetery to the minmory of the de I from South Carolina wlo fell in toe ilge ts in and around Winchester. The Sbdnewall cemetery here is divided into State lots or sections, and .he dead from the respective States are interred together. In many of theso . lots or sections the States have erected monument..1 Te unveiling of the South Carolina- inonument was the oc caslon of the great m:...

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. — 15 June 1899

.. 1 V tnUHCO at 1ICkens aS econd-cit:- ulatter. A DVI1TISING RATES. One dollar per licl for first. lisertion, flf ty cents for. cam, (l3 tibs ennt insertiot. Liberal discount for actvertisentents , "" htaii contraaets. Terms ctasha. A inlll coIl ta acts, uay'alke quarterly. 0 ant Local noties, in lot-il per, line for lirst. Insertion ant five cenit4 for eac.lh ajlbse nelU iuasertioni. No f,.ver,tot.' One price to aill. No spe elal poitio.; or =pechi rates to foreign al vortisers. A F1 s101 mistt taiko t lI run of the paper-sund-:rhido by such rates. Adverti-4ernents for comning ssue 41 sholld be latiuded inl not later t nlu Motuay liort lo C editor will not lw respoinsible for the views aId! vpioinioiS of vorre's(Indents, un les the are editoriallv endorsect. T1 i': DA ) .\Y .11'NIC0 15, 1 SDI. l'por t .e death of Governor El1 lorbw, I -i-iungelial t-Govornor AIL Sweoney becieii govenior Of the stato (if* South CaroIi n a. The niowspn p()rs1 of the State have said man11Y 11i71 d th...

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. — 15 June 1899

The People's 1J ournal. Local Brevities. The whit'oro'p is bottor than expected. The. farmers aro happy, the rains have come: The bOhisi6Uors arm happy, thoir money V11.0 e.4910 1 Mrs. R. A. Bowen visited rela tives in.Central Tuesdiay, Auditb' 'liHunt von WOt homo Tuos lay. 119 ison thu sick list. Louiskw-wftfts peas, sow w1at is loft ai.ol' sobio next yoar. Dr. W. F. Austin will bo in town next Tuesd ifid Wednesday. See a notice of exainations for vacant selI61rships for Winthrop college. Miss Bessie 1artridgo, of Nor. cres, Ga. is visiting her fathor in to%n this weck. . Mias Stella Nowberry is still foe blo in health and her condition i not encouraging. It is ru~norod in Pickens that there will be a new drug storo here in the near future. Misseo OIive and Corine Newton are attentding the. Clemson Collego comlencofntlC2It th isweek, Miss Aurlo ILollingswortli r turned home last SiTurday after two weeks visit to Greonvillo. In anoth'er column of this issue will be found .ie. pensi...

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. — 15 June 1899

The People's Journal PICKE NS SC y. Ii Tyg oLY A OlI A Conlttl raw n teran i J l letrt oi t) Finl I b Nl t Car'na S1 'a14. te e A, L - rgadjling InI -if e tn n ion of \ terarms in patient 1 bearf 1u. tit ne' al of and un" a tnll g ina i(r fill It %M:' It, tie cdo-t of a tMi'ig. iizit'I t . d.y. I wen to ) d tvi i .h t - , h It wat-- it, h ni , 1 -rh niglit, when i 4 ic 4 yogjed bak mi t wlt thilt ,Jack414 .4. - .41 4. were14 i n th - ..* . \r c 1 c 1 '. ~4 6 - -, e 641 - -4 Ii 4 k-a iii u i~ 41 -- --.a--.- h with their 0 - a ~~* ' . -' I jcgtcSTING H8O fAN isi',qI~;N( IS')A Old msoti Cat'al411111a Wiat :; Itallroati Iisillt if% 111 tiUn O tis ra ilw1y Wug tCho ajtiial to th I . I it-ttiah G e ii f l i m :%tkvar I l 11.0 I t, i Iporti to tr it I a' t''hi ' i", . i v i es xnto it 'y 114 il l I vit oi Iat. Ih iit 14) I k.It \VIiileth 4 Itilttith C. I'ltin wa he r t ral. rtt i inAt t h wt Ilriti, . , i l it IIL I I' . I I w ' t 1. 1 I lit.l I ,\ 11 lt. tI'it I IcAtI i I ho I i4t' , I 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. — 22 June 1899

t 0 4. THE PEOPLES JOURNAL I1 VOL 9.---NO. 22. PICKENS S. C., THURSDAY,- JUNE 42, 1899. ONE DOLLARA YE N. HUNDRnIfP WIERI KILLVJED THE WORK OF A TORNADO. A Wisconsin ToWn literally Swep1 Away--Whio Desolate econes it Searching for the Dead. The town of New Richmond Wis. was destroyed by a fierce tornado or the 13F,1 inst. Fully ono.hundred corpses, twlae at many mangled people, forty acres o piles of bricks, shivered planks, scat tered heaps of household goods, deaL horses, through which the wind had driven sharp splinters of board, smoul dering fires where houses stood but yesterday, Vpd in.the midst of It all trees as bare of leaves as ever they .were in tho middle of winter, and for the most part' stripbed'bare. of bark this Is what the storm of yosterday wrought in the apaco of three minutes upon tho town of New Richmond. It will be several days before the number of dead in New Richmond Is accurately known, and it is doubtful if the entire number of fatalities will ever be chron...

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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