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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 27 July 1899

T v 10 7s- Jourial T. C. ROINSON, Editor. I 1' LI~l~lsl EV'itY TIIRSrDAY Subscription One Dollar a Year Entetrei at tho 'ost Ofico at Pickons aa necralchomatter. A 1)V E 1TI SI NG( ItATEN. Oneta doll:tr p)er itnei' for first, inmertion, fif. ~ty en for each s titsIttent insertion. il~.jnIl jiseomint for advertistinents onl anl., ",alt! toit rvacti. Terras eash. Antinual con trac.ts, patval.le i tatterly. Locatl notice, inIoIa colisinnl, 10 Cents per liite for lirst, inertiota :1iad live cenlts for a ibtt a'ient itt,4ertiota. NC, fane. One price to ill. No apte. fiai ,a l.tion allr -iI-i.t -c at et to foreign a0 yer(i rs. A it el mIt talst, take th rItitn of tihe atr :i abide ay stch rates. Aivatiertiernents for coming iatto slottild be laniaI in not athan Atonliay mort ittr TI I, eit-ar will no t he, resioinsible for tho view ant'41 opinain ofa- 4 correspontletati, n l (It( h -tAmu a t eritoriallv natiore a. 'I'll 's).AY, .11'hY 27, 1899. (tt Itn nt'illS ae comtinig tot Pack ns unty...

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 July 1899

The People's Journal Local Brevities. --It rlled. -News scarce. -Bo careful boys, it is (log day Dow. 0 -Mrs. J. i. Scabori), of Prater is VOry sick. --Dr. J. L, Bolt has treated him. self to another fino nag. -Dr. Bl t Day, of PetullIton was here on business C Monday. -Charlos Bonon, of Greeiville is hero this week taking Vacation. -JohIII Al. Tripp, of Groonville county, is clerking for T, 1). Harris. -Mrs. H. W. Farr, of Rice's, is improving from a recent attack of fever. -Miss Ida Hendricks, of Table 44ountain, visited frionds in town this wool(. -Don't fail to read the notice to Old Soldiors in another columnl in this issue. -The Liborty school will open Monday 31st instant witi Iof. S. W. O'DIeI ll principal. -Miss Nora IHondricks ik teach ing a flouriishing school at the Oul eney :choiol houso10 low. -Judge 1. 11. Philpot, of tli Dacusvillo sectimn, was aniong old $iVIds in town Satuirday. -Miss Bessie Bright left last week For a visit. of sovel'a I weeks to her lionie in Pen...

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 July 1899

The People's Journal, PICKENS S.oC BROWN BESS. "I wish I could sell Brown Boos, said Suoy Ross rinsing the dishes sh had just washed. "Oh, Susy !" cried her brother. "What in the world do you want t( sell Brown Bees for ?" her motho asked, looking up from the dough oh' was kneading. "I could go to the academy, mother for two more terms," was the answer "Then perhaps I could-get the schoo at the Corners." " Nonsenso, Susy. I need you to hell me," her mother said. " Keeping school is a thankless business." " It's money," said Susy, " and I dc long to help myself, and you, too Money will do everything that nod to be done." " Yes, that's a fact," spoke up Tom, "and there's lots want" to be done I'd like to clear that live-acro lot foi potatoes and corn, but I can't do it." " And the house wants shingling, her mother said, plaintively her care worn countenance taking on anotho shadow. " The front door's got a crack al the way across," Tom spoke up again "and there ought to be a firoplace...

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. — 3 August 1899

LEOPLE'S ORN VOL (.---NO. 28. PICKENS S. C., THURSDAY, AUGUST 3,1899. ONE DOLLAR'A YAR. WEXWCOMI TO THE VETERANS OHESTIR'S GiCAND HOSPITALITY The Conieterato Survivors Have a Generous Greeting at Chester-Geln oral Walker MaKes an Eloquent Responme. The annual reunion of the South Carolina Division, U. C. V., was hold at Chester on the 20th and 27th of July. The attendance of Confederate survi vors was not very largo, but the hospi tality and good cheer of the Chester people made up for the lack in other respects. The convention was celled to order by Capt. J. W. R-ed, commander of the local camp, and the exi.rcises were opened with prayor by Rev. S. P. H. Elwell, D.D., chaplain-general of the South Carolina Division. Miss May Hood, sponsor for the Walker-Gaston camp, was pr3onted by Capt. It :ed, and welcomed the vet erans on behalf of thocamp in Cheater, of which she was the representative. This feature was quite an innovation upon past reuulone, as it is customary to have a vetera...

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. — 3 August 1899

Tit People's Journai T. C. ]ROINSON, Editor. I'UlLISillC1.D) 1411111tY? TNIURISDA Subscription One Dollar a Yea Entoreil at tho Post Oflco at, Pickens a secondt'Ii- ss atitter. ADVERTISING RATES. One iollar por inch for ilrst. insertlon, fl ty cents for each sbihselttetnt. hinsertio Mlihwral dicotnt. for a1lvertisoeents on a nual contracts. Termscealt. Annial coi tracts. pa yablo quarterly. Local no41tices, inl local coliiann , 10 eont per lint, for tirst itisertionl ant ilvo ceits f each subsepietjt insertion. No favorites. Ott rict, to all. No al cial pt.s-tiotn or special rates to foreign av vortisers. All stth ltist take tho run the paper ami abide lby sneh rates. Ad vert isetts for coi ng issue sholt be latlel in not laiter than Monay inor ing. T'l v editor will naot be respoitsible for t views anl opittions of correspotients, i Iess tilt- stame are erlitoriallv entlorsed. TIlUltSDAY. A V. 3, 18110. Cro swoll. i hive not saw anything in yo paper. from her11 1e n 8olne1 ti ino, ...

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. — 3 August 1899

The People's Jolaml. Local Brevities. -Mrs. W. T. Griflin, of Fieid, is quito ill. -Mrs iF. E. Cox is vory sick with fever. -Rov. A. W. Walkor is visiting v in Pickens this wook. -H. B HenIdricks canio in last v ,week for a short stay. b -Can't you hear the Pickons cotton mill running? e -Mrs. R>bert Yoniguo is very b ill with billios fover. -Joff. ('tassa way, of Central, was I iero onl business Tuesday. r -Mr. John Ferguson lost a fino Jersey stock cow Monday. a -Sheri r McDaniol carriod a l un atic to Columbia Tuosday. -The wvife of Will Featherstone, colored, (lied on the 20th ult,, -Mir. and Mrs. J. E. Parsons' b baby, of Crow Crook, is very ill. c -Mrs. James foll at lier hoe Monday and was slightly injured. ( -Ernest Folger and sister, Miss b Marie, visited at Easley this wook, d -Larkin 1[ondricks, of Fiel(, has been very sick, but is better y now. ft -Lawyer Blassingaie visited his h parents inl An derson county this woek.' i -'P. S. Harrison, of Anderison, . is visiting...

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. — 3 August 1899

The People's Journal. PICKENS S. C. THF NEW PLANCHETTE. There was no one to answer the bell, so Mrs. Cassidy went herself. "Why, Cola Bethune! I am so glad!" she cried, in greeting her visitor. " Yes, I wanted to see you," the girl returned fervently, as they kissed each other. " I was out for a spin and came this way. ' * " low do you like my new suit ?" "I like it. It looks just lovely on you." "Isn't the skirt too short ?" Not a bit. You want it short." But not too short," insisted the girl. " I was so afrali it would be too short. Some look perfectly shock I'I know. But yours isn't, a bit tot short. Come in this way, where wt can sit down." Oh, but I mustn't stay." "I thought you wanted to see me ?' Cela's exercise had heightened thit color in her pretty face, but a blusi increased it still more as Mrs. Cassid.3 recalled those first words. Celi covered her confusion with imore talk in regard to her now gown and the trials she had undergone in having it out and fitted. Evon as sl...

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. — 10 August 1899

__ THE PE PLE'S JOURNA VOL 9.---N0. 29. PICKENS S. C., THURSDAY, AUGUST io, 1899. ONE bOLLAR A YEAR. BUTLISR'S NARRATIVIS OF HIS LAST MARCI FROM COAUMIA TO TH IE SUi iNtiI'lt AT GItEENSBI30IO. How the Confetierate Cavalry Hal rasse(I Sherman's Force in It lemiJi-able Devastations. At the Chester reunion Gen. M. C Butler was the annual orator. Instewa of Indulging in a speech filled witl customary platitudes he recited a nar rative u tie retreat of Joe Johnstoi from Columbla in the face of Sher man's overwhelming army. Gen. But ler is known to have been a sagacious as well as dashing cavalry leader an his observations of that famous marci are well w arth reading and remember ing. Gen. Butler said: Comrades, Ladies and Gentlomen Your committee has done me th honor to request me to deliver an ad dress before you to-day. I will, witt your permission, appropriate the timi set apart for the purpose with a simpIl narrative of the operations of tii troops under my command from thi ov.auuat....

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. — 10 August 1899

The People's Journal. T. C. ROBINSON, Editor. PHltISJIll) EVERY 'ITlI)sAY. Subscription One Dollar a Year Jutered at tho Post Offlico at, Pickons as SOeCOtld-elss niatter. A V E RTISING IATES. Onte dollar per inci for first insertion, fif ty 'euntS for each uithsetlltent insertion. Liberal discotint for ailvertisoieits onI nil oit~cntracts. Ternis enslh. Annuual con tracts, p):1ytt ble natry ' Local no4,ti es , inl local ('01l11unn1, 10 per line m fr irst insertion anti five een, eachl subei t ent11i. insertionl. Nil ites. one1 price to all. No sj, cial lu.tit'l or spcial rate.s to foreign at vert i:1ers. .\ll sajil tItust take thoe run of tie pa ;:er :nil abido hv snem h rates. Avert ionuients 'for ti ng isstro a11ollotI he hle,11,l4-1 inl not later than Monday iorn ing. TI v eilitior will not. hi responsiblo for tbo views ani opinions of correspondent.s, un11 je-'s t Hi- saine are edlitorially endorsetd. Tit lt .\Y, A1'., 10, 18w11. Dispensary Profits. (o.lIA. August .--Special 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. — 10 August 1899

The People's Journal. Local Brevities. --Wo need a shower very nmich 11ow. -Mrs. J. M. Stewart is very sick this wook. -Tho streets aro vory dry al( dusty since they have boen worked -H1. B. Hendricks is having a nico tonce-lut arounl hi-i house. -Tho county board of commis sioners were in session Monday. -The disponsary profits for the past quarter aggregato a total of $64,000. -Miss Anna Robinson, of An derson, is visiting Mre. GilroathIi in towl. -Read tho notice of M. L. Alex anider, of Greenville, in another column. -E. B. Lathem and J. A. Couch of Easloy, woro hero on business Monday. -Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Boggs - are visiting in Washmngton, ). C., this wook. -Miss Cora Bowen is teaching a flourishing school at Olga. The onrollment is sixty. -Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Grandy are visitiUg relatives and friends in Angusta this week. -The trustees of the Pickens High School have elected Prof. J. B . Daniel principal. -Mrs. J. A. Hunnicutt, of Red monid, who has been very sick with fever i...

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. — 10 August 1899

The People's Journal PICKENS S.C STATIS FARMISRS' ALLIANCE TWELFTH ANNUAL MICETINO. The Attendance Not Very Largo President. Wilorn's Annual A4 dress-The state ExclAngO No' 1n terfered With. The opening session of the State Al liance was leld in the hall of the House of Roprosentativos commencing at 8:30 o'clock. An adjourr.ment for the night was not reached until an early hour In the morning the last portion of the evening being devoted to a discussion of the atffairs of the State Alliance Exchange-the busi ness end of the organization, which is in obargo of Col. D. 1'. Lunean. Congressman W. Jasper Talbert was among those present, as was also L oU gressman J. Wim. Stokes, the latter oeing a delegate. The attendance wa: not as large as was expected. This was the 12th annual meeting of the Alliance, and President .1. C. Wil born was in tlc chair. lie announced the following appointments for this meeting: Chaplain-Rev. J. A. Sligh. Steward-W. H. Yelidell. Assistant Steward- Vran ki.n...

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. — 17 August 1899

THE PEOPLE'S JOURNA. VOL o.---NO- 30- PICKENS S. C., THURSDAY, AUGUST I 899 ONE DOLLAR A YEAR COMMITTUE REPORTS I RESUI4T OF INQUIRIES. FINDINGS OF NEAL INVE8TIGA TION AItE SUIMIT f EI). Loose Management Condlemnedl and v Conduct of Farms and Treatment C of Convicts Comnended. The report of the legislative com mittee appointed to investigate Col. W. A. Neal's management of the State penitentiary has been filed with the governor. The full report follows: To I-Ion. M. B. McSweeney, Governor: The general assembly of this State t at its last session passed a concurrent resolution to appoint a committee of two senators and three representatives " fdr the purpose of investigating the affairs of the penitentiary " with in structions to report to you. The un dorsigned were appointed as bald com mittoo and organizad by electing W. 10. Stevenson chairman. It selected John Taylor as expert booskeeper and Miss M. F. Gibbus as sttnographer. Meetings were held from time to time, as it was expedie...

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. — 17 August 1899

ney Geneial lBellinger are carc'fily Coensideri n,, 1 it ind hiavo not illdi. catedl wiit action will be takein ib reg.il to it. It is a1 matter of spee) ulItiln w hat course will ultitilatoly b' ld'opttd. 'I hee ar "11o .sole legal e-Sti nis, rat- Iby the facts es* tablishled inl 11hi roport, aind which will need careifil invest igat ion b0 fOre an ly pr1oVed Ig h. i ould be talcon. QuOestiolls of plicy Imiay have soiething to d'- in the Iliti Inato adjus ient (-f Ile liccoltits. Tho tax payors will Lautlly be sat isfied with anything 811Irt of a colmplete acct tling ninl a satis faction Ofall l ai illIs d1114 i id (ming tho State. Thi matter is inl the proper hikeis and the hpubie will watch the result with keen inter ost. scitool.1 TRU'STE-:-:. The attirney gener'l's tlli'. is no idle phcla anld all laids of legai queStlis ar, fiireil ''tistati ly at it Every ilssu (' hi) daily p ,11r-t n tains the n'.lwr to Such illu t ion s Thle ellw, which l<>[101114 Ihll,-~ ple (of Pick...

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. — 17 August 1899

Local and Personal. -Soo land sales in thuis issue. -Wo woro blossod with copious showors hero last wook. -L. 0. Chlyton, of Central, was hero on business Monday. -For fino fruit preserving pow. ders, call on Dr. G. W. Earlo. - Rofad the oxcursion notice' of Benson & Crano in another col uminn. -Miss Ella Meares, of near Son (ca, is visiting friends inl town this week. --Iliss Matide Ashmoro returned from a visit to Chick Springs last week. -Rev. B. Holder his a patch of tuiups that are then best we have son. -Born unto Mr. and Mrs. Mar cus Princo, of Pindor, on t0ho 13th inlst. , at -girl. -Air. 0. P. Field, of Pindor. is having the paint brush used on his now dwelling --Lawyer W. F. Blassingame spent last week at Chick Springs for his health. -Messrs. A. J. Boggs and J. E. Lobby, of Fort Hill, were here on buiiess Tuesday. -Mossrs. Larry Thornley and Ernest Folger wont to Anderson oil busine0ss Saturday. -Auditor S. A. Hunt went to Newberry to vait friends last Saturday and Su...

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. — 17 August 1899

The People's Joura PICKENS S.C HER PROPOSAL. The late March snows are dissolving the delicate wreaths over the hills the maple buds were already swolling the sky like crimson dots, and the song of the blue-bird heralded the advent of spring over the bleak Berk. shire hills. Ir hIlY Isn't it nice ?" said little Rebecca Hale, as she skipped along the road, "0, look, theri s a dear littleg striped squirrel with a bushy tall and such bright eyes, like black beads. 0, don't you wish we lived out doors always ?" "Becky, don't jump about so," chided the boy, an ancient philosoplher of 10 ears or so. " There : I knew it. You've burst out that hole in our shoe that I sewed up carefully, and one of your mittens is gone. "'But It Isn't cold.' " No, but that's no sign that we never shall have any cold wveather again. Be sides, Aunt Keziah is dcad ." Well, I don't care for that," said the little one, recklerly. "Aunt Kcziah was old and cross, and boxed our cars, and said we were the )laguies of ...

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. — 24 August 1899

'T'HE PEOPLE'S JOURNA VOL o.---NO. 31- PICKENS S. C., THURSDAY, A.UGUST 24, 1899. C THU WHEAT GROWERS' CONVENTION. AN NX0ELLlANT MOVEIMENT. Mr. U. H. Jordan, of Georgia, Makes an Inutructive Speech-Good Advice from Practical Wheat Farmers. The wheat growers' convention at Greenwood was quite a success in the attendaawe of farmers and in the busi ness transacted. Fifteen or twenty counties were represented by intel ligent, progressle men, and their ex changes of experience in wheat grow ing was of special vaue to the conven tion, which was more of an informal conference than anything else. Three or four hundred farmers, mostly from the surrounding country, were assent bled in the court house when the con vention was opened. The meeting was called to order by Mr. S. H. .McGhee, editor of the Greenwood Index, who made an address of welcome, and the exercises were opened'with prayer by Rev. W. R. McLees. Mr. McGhee said it was a distin guished honor for him to call the first convention ...

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. — 24 August 1899

Velve in ilion - i gives ood reons1Oi forW his figures and the iarkot wo;t dw when they .oe illnnonni1104d. IIe UfS lln k 0 )rttinato inl his predictionIs inl the ast, that he has become to be con (red the best of liiuthority oil )tton estimiat(s. If,) may be glht this tilo, but he is too Soon expressilg i conc li1.4i onis. It certaiin thiat drolight i:s cuttinig I the cotton erep 1and is getting ibhe a serious matter in some parts the cotton) belt. IIItVA N. One by one he bosses are falling ito lineo aul ld in their sup ort to Wikiaml .1oings- Bryanl >r the nominal"tion f,41r presiden. t. i ialmlot a certaiit v that lhe will -ttenominaution anld th. p)oliti anlls do not waniit to get ito the inlOrity crowd. The gOld hus o t fancy Mr. Bryan and his plat. in11, but will have to fall into :e1 ) go OVer, to the lputblicans. is gratifying to see till 'forent (ements ini thle D)'mocrat ic party ming tgeth'r and getting ready ,r a cosldat ioin of Iorcf)s inl the ave a1 gi ebance to Lre...

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. — 24 August 1899

"he People's Journal. Local and Personal. -Life is full of trials-and the ;'vyers aro glad of it. --Miss Mollio Ariail, of Enon, sited in Pickens last woek. -N. D. Lesesno, of Kingstroo, hero on an extendod vieit. -F6i' fine fruit proserving pow. 3rs, call on Dr. Q. W . Earlo. -Brandon Taylor is on a visit tyafriends in Atlanta this week. omo doctors take lifo easy bor's take whatever they can. -Hello Central I Pleaso-add to our list Col, Neal's brick yard -About tho only cool thing that "It, is a cold in t'h Jioad. . O'Dell, of Roalioke, lling fodder last week. - son of Mr. and Mrs. E. is seriously ill with brain W. 'V. White, of Ander ,isiting in Pickens. this are glad to say that ilauldin is able to W. r. Jpaibs 'J1a k for tho -past wook1:'dy toW * - s, H. B. Hendricks wa. ,k last week, but is conva now. Blythe, Esh., of Greenville, town on professional busi iturday. isses Emma Finney and Ashmore visited triends at .I ty last week. -Section Master Frank R, Par tridgo, went to Atl...

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. — 24 August 1899

The People's Journal PICKENSS. o -4 RO5A OF TANNENBURG In a great stone castle In the midst of the deep pine forests of Germany, there lived, a great many years ago, the knight of Tannenburg, and his daughter, losa. It was in the days when the lawless nobles of the country were constantly quarreling with one another, each burning his neighbor's grain and stealing his cattle wl lie the owner was fighting in distant wars. The castle of Tannenburg was like all castles of that time, strongly forti fled and surrounded by high walls and a deep moat. In an upper room one warm summer day, Hosa and her father satetogether. The knight had just come home from the wars, badly wounded, and Rosa, a fair-haired girl of 17, sat by him working over her gayly colored tapestry. ap, ather, ' she said. " Tell me the story of how you got the chain round your neck." Rosa had heard the story a hundred times before now, but she never tired of hearing it any more than the old knight of telling it. "When 1 wa...

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. — 7 September 1899

THE EOPLE'S OUR _ VOL .-NO. 3. ~PICKENS S. C., THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 8 ONE D6)L BILL ARP ON DRISYFUS CAS INNOCENT AND PERSECUTED) MAI More Talk About the War and ti Negro Proble ni-Slanders on th Soithern People. It is indeed singular how much sytr 1,.thy and what an intense interest th trial of Dreyfus has excited all ove the civilized world. The life or th it borty of but one man-a Jew of n great consequence-is at stake and ye t he world looks on with more concer than is given the Philippine war where thousands have died in battlI since the trial of Dreyfus b9gan. Th ,reat heart of the people believe th Je w is innocont an. Is being persecute, by the military because he Is a Jew Civilians everywhere are getting ior and more jealous of the military power and well they may be, for It 18 aggros Five, cruel and Intolerant when no Ie'pt under rostraint. Tho long suffering of Dreyfus ha lutonsified the pity of mankind and re calls the plea that Shakespearo makes for Shylock, " I am a J...

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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