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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 12 October 1899

T. . iOJJN$V, Eiditor. .,4 T. C BID''V scription One Dollar a Yca at the Post. Orico at PickoIn a eo- natter. ANnWNSING iHA TE. - One dollar per inch for firat insertion, fif ty cents for e:tcli silbsegluent insertion. Jiboral tiiscoit for aIvertisolients on an natal contracts. Terns cash. Annual con - tracts, payable quarterly. Local riotives, III local colunIIIn, 10 veett por line for first. insortion and live cents for ac15l1ubseiltltent isertion. No faoritem. One prieo to all. No spe alal posit ioi or speilI rates to foreigi ai vertiser-1. All snleh nmust tak the.1111 of tle paper and ahido by .such rates. A d vortiseie-itI for comnng issue t4h l d he handel in not later than Moiday nmorn el0 elitor will not he responsible for th0 views and0 opinions of correspontents, tin ess the ia no art editorially endorsed. TI I y U SA TOB ItE t 12 1899 Tho fat Mers are disappolinted in the yi'. 'd of crops this year, but thie adva:.e, inl cottonl wvm ho a1 great h. 'lp to theltm ill mueeti...

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. — 12 October 1899

The People's Journal. Local and PorsOnal. - -Tho Teacher's Summer school clos's th is ek -A T.\V in clio.r, of Iayz el, los; h eI n w Cii '" 'f ' i n I rst. .Vlvetis 111 'ti inst. :ngs tlhis their stor". --"', A.. Enho o hite, post Ii ttdve oflice, I(1;t iid N in AUondy !..1t weeok. -.iobert Lynch, of S'u1nn1y Dale left Sur.day for Mexico wlere hL will ipeiid sonio time. -Miss Ptta Pfoggs, of Easloy, Is viSitiig MIrs. Sarah Aluxander, (t E...aitaLe, this veek. -Ncal Donahue, of Whitc Mright Texas, is visit ing at J. F, l1ildricks' near Liberty this week. -S ~Wh at L. Rothschild, of G reenville, "says. llo is offering r'gatinls in clothitig. s;0 Gaines, a charming of Central, visi:od the W. 11. Ashmore thi, -). F. Paco has opened up a comjplete l1ine (f general merchan difSe and will Soll his goo(s as clicap as th> (1or "fevi l)r." -J. M. Wiehi clstor, of Hazel, was thrown from a wagon near Supervisor Loper's \londay ind, Wa conS (01)S idrab ly b: ise.)d up1). --Cra ig Bros., the ...

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. — 12 October 1899

The PeoPe p P1KENS S-C. A GRIAT OVATION TO B3RYAN i~ol Until Tiey Are inoarso When JIan f 1$1akes n Strolig Specel Againt 'ihe lX'inmocratie C alIN il t at :l if rI et UC(e . Fully Texase Wa-1t5orn stanld 10,000 p, spe ii t All i aker s a~t tile fl' i) l 11z whetoi tlie 5iik r' at the 1til\t r Bryan re-. muade an aiIll( pm his en trance. ]ht tt lllc.ilst :ltAi k,1C . It!] ,, 'C 1 ~l .ii ththe m n uman part:. , teat to G2n "1 LocoinlilI in thte Cae w e o e to1'1 i 11 Pncll, than the ip!ant N")0 tl "[I jl. I am not t nUhtte 11."e YOU u you that When the Irther merticy-3 g overi nnt iF Jeople rule. c governmet ple, byt te pep- nd n 1 iu t lind kF s -4uppor)01't a miF 11 L1122i ',le pc who eork amo ( Wn I [ IP hle if yoipl nd Uan bettr iludIcaliw(ftt the pubican 11a' tI 1 on at 1 to I all I' .I Iict til to to n wyhoes to tnno t plaii i opie "Butin pardll filei eOd to tolh 010 ig s lV~tti SlnlI V, set2I 1111'. ~ o p-, kt okILI whi) hV a 1. t1t a d k I w thiC Wa Lit'; y wat o spea k i' 1....

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 19 October 1899

_ THE PEOPLE'S JOURNAL VOL q.---N0. 39. PICKENS S. C., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1899. ONE DOLLAR A YEAR. Silver Dollars Given Am Greenville, S We have placed in our store i Silver Dollars. We have had iade f< will unlock the box. With every C. given a key attached to a tag. Keys month after October 1st, and the Ho] be given $5.00 as a preseont. This is a new acEd novel way We h1, in cash what we have herotofore paid greater number will be benefitted. 2MITH & You will find the I Men's Wear at GREENVI Sole agents for .Sctson's Stiff Hlats. S( TIS TRANSVAAL'S ULTIMATUM. DEFYING A GRI9AT EMPI1tE. The Boers Demand that Britisi Troops Bo Withdrawn an(I a Re fusal is Declaration of War. The ultimatum of the Transvaal government to Great Britain was sent to London on the l0tbh inst., and con tains the (ollowing . " Her majesty's unlawful Interven tion In the internal alTairs of this re public in conflict with U:e London con vention of 1884, by the extraordinary strengthening of her troo...

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. — 19 October 1899

iChe P-eople's Jourrna .tr T. C. ROBINSON, Editor. PUBLISIfgo EV1RY TfiURSDAY. Subscription One Dollar a Year jonterod at the Post Offlce at Pickens as secozd-clasm atter. ADVERTISINU RATES. one dollar per inch for first insertion, fif ty cents for each subsequent insertion. Liberal discount for advertisonients on an nual contracts. Ternis cash. Annual con tracts, payable quarterly. Local notice., in local column, 10 cents per line for first Insertion and five cents for *Vh subsequent insertion. No favorMtes. One price to all. No spe cial position or special rates to foreign ad vertfsera. All ouch must take the run of the paper and abide by such rates. Advertisemnvuts for coming issuo should be handed in not later than Monday morn ing. The editor will not be responsible for the yiews and opinions of correspondents, un legs the arin are editorially endorsed. THURSDAY, OGTOBER, 19, 1899 . Uion 31eeting. The next Piedmont Umon will be held with the Central Baptist church on Saturday 1b...

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. — 19 October 1899

e PQeople's Journal. ".cal vind Personal. - A. John Boggs, of Fort Hill, was here Mogday. -8. :. Wyatt, of Easley, was heVre Oil business Monday. --Mr. and Mrs. Jorre Looper v Vited ill E'asley Sunday. -Miss Fiioy, of Anderson, is visituing Mrs. J. L. Bolt this wuek. -Misses Lila and Rachaol Har. ris, of Field, visited friends in town this wov k. -A very enjoyale sociable was given at \1r. and Mrs. J. J. Lowis' Friday night. -orn unto Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Cooper, of near Pickens, on tho 15th inst., a . -. Lowis, who has been very ill with the fever at his home in town is limiproving. ---Ilorii uto Mr. and 'Mrs. An drew Blalckstol), of near town, oin tho 14th inst., a son, -Section Master Partridgo is having a ncat cottago erected on his lot near the depot. -M isses Florenco Bowen and F!ormno Bolt are visiting rclatives at Dacusvillo this week. -Mrs. llora Lathiom has pur (haso(l the old Bradley house and lot and has moved to Lwn. -Rev. A. j. S. Thomas treate' h1is congregation to I fin...

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. — 19 October 1899

nirr AIP EEL TrIANKFUL HA)')INIss IN H S O HM 110 l We lhave 0ood TliiinW to i ThI AWor'ldi-11,1' ity Auart of WIN1 NYC 11 '11 .I1)1V~ ~ o la:l ci 'it ,,Iall tv il d Iu re. ((Ill .ki' mI li n t on - 4 , 'A t. 14 ,a 4 1: 4 4 ' t i' iufV44, onor uvz' turu [f w f 'u n W)in (.(W }-dil t, I ..e m * 8OaU(y and'4 tho 104 4.- ~ '') its. higf yo i cal' 14I4 4a i, (10dOUd04 t'on IIay ld( ' 1. clean dog, ut44 do)'t le b4 b to d1( inI nursing1~ the i - hib 4 1 .o mraking t.heir Cloth) 4 and. 4*nrio them all the daIy and11 -om4)n1 lih whko dlolIs not hlp hi: wi~ fo has bounous. cI lof cld of uazi. Anit tio answor IE evv2'. Thalt Is good tiheory, but tll flicL, is thiait 2man111's chiof buiness 18 t4 2'0jie ch2 idrenl andi to enijoy them. TVii worldI is Working for' ci dreii fu11( oun grol IComes fromn thei. WVhat doet po! i 1;es kor (11111 011' 111101103' Nweighl CoiUl pm-ct w1 it- thioI I d Catl or. LII d 1iatiofloI or a ellilid. hlow doe 010 g reat, wor-k .rIIiik whlen t-lictiln 111v2tles ti f...

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. — 26 October 1899

THE E OPLE'S JOURN VOL q.---NO. 40. PICKENS S. C., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1899. ONE DOLLAR A YEAR. Silver Dollars Given Awe Greenville, Sc We have placed iu our store a Silver Dollars. We have had made for will unlock the box. With every Cas given a key attacheil to a tag. Keys month after October 1st, and the Hold .be given $5.00 as a present. This is a new and novel way we has in cash what we have heretofore paid I greater number will be benefitted. SMITH & : You will find the be Men's Wear at ] GREENVII Sole agents for Stetson's Stiff Hats. See SrORY OF BOEI AND BRITON. The Record of British Greed and Boor Determinetion for a Hundred Years. Columbia State. "I have but one lamp by which my feet are guided," said Patriuk Henry on the eve of the American Revolu tion, " and that is the lamp of experi ence. I know no way of judging of the future but by the past" So the Boers can say in their issue with England, and so can they justify themselves in their distrust of the British ami...

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. — 26 October 1899

., V I TU8 A 1'UBLISA1ED Subscription One Dollar a Yea itered at the Post Office at Pickens a second-class- matter. lj)sAY, ooTOBER, 20, 1899. ). A. G. Outz. "As a friend to D. A. G. Outz who is a genial, kind hearted man, we are sorry that he is making q figuro of himself before tho peopl of the State by his letters to the bewspapers in referenco to the dis pensary. As a friend to the dispensary, Mr, Olit' statements aro very gratifying le proves beyond tihe shadow of a doubt that the dispen sary has been fairly well managed, and that no sorious cause of com plaint exists against the oflicers o that institution. Tho changing of the labels or the bottles is the gravest misdoed of Mr. Douthit, and for that act th Board of Control were perfectly justified m dismissing him, an( they ought to have dismissed him. Mr. Outz has had a good job for, we believe, some seven years. He was, it is alloged, disilissod for selling a bot le of liquor contrary to ordois. Tlho sale may or may not have...

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. — 26 October 1899

Local and Personal. -Court prooeedings will appear it our next iabue. - -Mrs. J. B. R. Freeman visited friends in Greenville last week. -Isaiah Cox, of Washington, D. 0., visited in Pickens last week. -W. W. Kridor, of Salisbury, N. C., was here with friends this wook . W. F. Austin, dentist, in Easley Tuesday and Lib. ednesday of next week. o are short on news this week on account ol advertising, but wil' ' - A ^^ '''' " et, week. has one of there is In . miently arr -Lost betwoon W. T. O'Dell's and Pickens, court house, a heavy dark shawl . Finder will be re warded by leaving sanio at this oflice. -Mr4. M F. lester, accompa nied by her son, Wiltol, are visit ing the forimer's danghtor, Mrs. W. A.- Grusohain and the State Fair i -llInI t, hi weck. t- a J . igc n ::p s ad51. L.Jogrn, : sonry havo justt olosed a grort l ival m iat Plh.,samt, Grotvo churcb, Ninc c onverts x re lat ized. .C'. I orrs, of reonville, Lhi1it th"! ":10.600 stodk of wreck goods, (onsistil, g of clothing, dry...

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. — 26 October 1899

BYNCRoOJS INTO OHIO. INVASION OF HIANNA'S COUNTRY. Extracts from His Speeches on Im perialismi, Trusts and the Gold standard. Mr. Wm. J. Bryan spent the most of last week in Kentucky, where he made telling speeches in behalf of the Demo cracy, and then he crossed the river for a three day's tour in Ohio. The first place at which he spoke was Greenville, in Darke county, and an immense crowd was present. Mr. John R. McLean, the Democratic can didate for Governor, introduced Mr. Bryan as the unchallenged leader of the Democratic masses. Mr. Bryan to avoid the crisp morning air, put on a skull cap, which provoked good natured laughter, in response to which he said: " My hair is not as much pro tection as it used to be, and you ought not to complain if I am getting a little bald. In 1896 they said I was too young to be President. Then I had to depend upon the constitution to protect me. Now I can depend upon my bald ness. " The Chicago platform to which you gave such loyal support in 18...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 2 November 1899

NOGHE :11 PL. JOURN --NO. 41. PICKENS S. C. THURSDAY." OVEMBER 2,899 ONE DOLLAR A YEAR Silver Dollars Giyen Am G feenville, k We have placbd Iti our store i Silver Dollars. We irave lhid made t will unle" the box; *,With every - given a key 4ttvcied to a tag. Kdye -month aftek (Wober Ist, and the H be. given 00 as a present, This". a " hew. auonovel'way wd6 in cash 'what w''hV4 h'dretofore pall greater niumber will'be beiiefitted. SMITH & You will find the I Men's Wear at GREENV Solo agents for Stetson's Stiff Hats. S1 THANKSGIVING PROOLAMATKuN, President McKinley Oalls Upon Am Orleans, Cubans, Porto Ricans and Filipinos to Observe a Day ol Thanksgiving, President McKinley has issued the following thankegiving proclamation : A national custom dear to the hearts of the people calls for the setting apart of one day in each year as an oo. casion of special thanksgiving to Al. mighty God for the blessings of the preceding year. This honored obser vance acquires with time a tenderep ...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 2 November 1899

Vel. 7 74 t al T. V. IIOBINSON, If21tor. IiUSIIjg1 EV 4Y Ti'IUII DAY. Subscription One 1011ar a Year Jonttercel aM ho st Ollice At Pickens as secoud-class' matter, A 1)VERTISiNG RATES. One dollar per inch for f1rat ins . eigon, fif ty coeits for each subset itent iniiortion. Liberal <iscouticp.y.te pit-s..oti an nual cont.ract4. Termns cash. Atiniial con tiacts, ayvblt3iVg arterly. - . . 'Loen .notiegin1 0l oi tur, M\ cetolt per flint for 14rnihjPrtioin llive cenitsif eachl subsep it ihsertAin' Np favor ie' One ! co to all.. No spe ci psitioi b'6-6315ie141 i to friin ad voYi-srs. -us'swhi tinko the rain-of thie papr and afde -by -such .gktes. Advertiseni cnts; foy'comhig insiito should be holnded in lubot later thaw Mdndhy horun ing.'., , ..t . ..I .T. e edtor will not he rhpoiise .for the views and oinuins 'of corresp'\Ants', un les the sadne are editorially eiddrsed. 'Tho Statebtrk'of' bontrol has been .om polled' t cartily tho ic cord Of' o its proeedings against Dtluthit,- Uu...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 2 November 1899

be in .ening and .Als, who lives near got his foot very badly iast.week Mfss1 Unity CIsfton, of Cateo c0E0 is visitifi Mrs. C. L. Hollings. *dith this wek. 4Road ahange in T. D. Harris' A4d.rtiaetment. ,i. this issue. It vi b. to your intorest. 'A. 'M. Morris'got his, left h~id very badly mashed with a bWudle of shingles Monday. -WANTED: '1,066 cords of wood delivered at Easley, S. C. W, A. Hamilton. --U. A. Morgan, Esq., and T, P. Oothra E , of Greenville, were in atten au on court last . week. --Mt. ortady *ill -soon have his hoube en Glassy Mountain Street comp3leted. It is a nice neat cot 44dhouit6t lRosnburgh, one of 00( Wobt ern Railway's genial co; datord6 *as Lee on business last Trhidd. -Tj'e Piekens 111gh school is in a Adurdshing condition. One hundred and eight pupils have been entolled. I--McDaniel & Hannon have pur chasod '8qire Pice's bottom land on Town Creek and will in a short timne commence to make brick. -The State Fair promises to bo the beat this fall for m...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 2 November 1899

MR VANCIE MAEX HIS REPIY A SERIES OF SWORN STATE A1ENTS. Each Affidavit Oouncludes With Say Ing That OuZta' Charges Are "Ab solutelIy False" Ex-Commissioner S. W. Vance, who was the predecessor of Mr. Douthit, makes a contribution to the current dispensary literature by refuting the charges of Ouzte with altidavits from sundry persons, and to his card we append the sworn statements without repeating captions and signatures: To the People of South Carolina. Mr. Ouzte, in o-e of his chapters of revelations, has seen fit to make charges against me. For two years I held the position of commissioner at the State dispensary. The first year Mr. Ouzts was the shipping clerk ; the second year he was my confidential clerk and bookkeeper. My desk was never lockod. As my confidential clerk Mr. Ouzts opered all my mail, and at all times had free access to all my pa pers. During the two years that we worked together Mr. Ouzt8 at all times treated me with the utmost courtesy and consideration, and...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 9 November 1899

VULE R D AD VOL o.-NO. PICKENS S. C., THURSDAY.- NOVE.MBER .89OEDOLRAYA Silver Dollars Given Awl Greenville, S( We have placed in our store a Silver D6llars. We have had made fo will unlock the box. With. every Cai given a key attached to i tag. . -Keys uohnth after October lt, and the 11o< be given $5.00 as a present. This is a new and novel way we ha in cash what we have heretofore paid greater number will be benefitted. A-T * SMITH &I You will find the b( .Men's Wear at GREENVI Sole agents for -tetson's Stiff Hats. Sc A WOUNDED CONFEDERATE LAD An Incident at the Battle of Williams burg and a Beautiful Tribute to Dr. Grier. The Asociate Reformed Presby terian has published many just and worthy tributes to its late edLitor, Dr. W. M. Grior, but the following will be read - with great interest by all of his friends, especially his comrades who wore the gray. It has been written by Dr. Joseph H. Twichell, a prominent Congregational minister of Hartford, Conn., who is distingui...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 9 November 1899

Rol)INSON, Editor. 1I D EvY TlIURSDAY. Subscr ption One D61lar 4Year *Vn toriPat the Postf Oflee at .Pickens as - ecnalcitis natter. LA DV TI'SING~ RIATE8. One i1do1. pot jitch for. first insi.ortion, fi tv eent.4 for 'cach. subsetouent .insertign. u.. ih.cawt~oti1t Tiidvert ornehts onl ah. 1111'! vonitratal. Torins cash.,. Aiitgida egn t raet-a, I) iy ablo quarterly. ,.a local notices, it local Coiluttm%10 Cents per lhie (' lirt, irs ti, fe1 ii lin d3htA for '- , ;r ..*it: '(hte rieo to alt. No Hp - Ciztl o. .o.n or,. 1 pwi. i ttes: to' foreign ad vetis., AI , siuch uitiit tako tho run of the pepr :e-t abido by sutch 'ratis. Adve: It for Coniltig' is'iae shot'iti jtv% ito lae..hionday tuorih e't ; r not-W i rionsib1U f6r tle IpitI1on1s Of 'cot-respontdenftI, in m4n aro cditoriallv entdorsed. D 'AY, NOV. 91, 189. N U.1190 A, FUND. Itea g itLa tions and g n-dispensar Q 'C ; o. eiibs of thi SSt R i I. ia glorious ti'i ' to , I.,, Oteei. 'fil d00011: b0' C11111 "I'l Chfg8 Ind ht 6a. t ...

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 November 1899

The. People's Journal. Locai andIbersonalz. E. Cox is storekeeper: and giger at Losley's distillery. -Miss Nellie Parsons, of Liber ty. is very ill with typhoid fever. .,Dr. .W. F. Austin will be in Naley Tuesday,, Liberty Wed nQhday. --The Town Crgok*chdol, open ed on the 6tif 'nsLt, with Prof. Frank Hendricks .as. i.ucipal. --A very onjoyabl'ociable was had .at. the.residenco of Ernest Fol er We ne.ddiy evenig the 161. Y.. '-WA NTED -1,000 cord of aPehimi66 and Dogwaod. - d1er 1os.,1 -- at.f5'i to read ttie ne* ad v.#rtseientf R W.- Suilivan, of -Greonville, in 'this --i asti. is in teresting and Whel .' g to ;Gr'eenvi locall and sjoe him. - -arredon thb..1a .nd-; at the residence 6f 6.bridefs parents A. B. Chastain of* Knob, Mr. James )U of Pidor, to Miss Malinda stain. Rev. T. C. Holsclaw lated. -The fourth quarterly confer will be held in the Pickens Methodist church on second Sat. urday and Sunday. Rev. J. B. Wilson, P. E., will preach at 11 o'clock both days. : E-Robt. Bowen,...

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 November 1899

The People's Journal. PICKENS S.o . A GRJXAT SHOWISR OF STARb. THE EXPEO FED METEORIO DIS PLAY. The Heavens WilL be Aglow With Thousands of Meteors-The Frag ments of a Great Comet. On the night of November 14 one of the grandest spectacles ever offered by the heavens-will be witnessed here in the form of a grt at fall of Meteo rites. They are known as Leonids and their dazzling performance, which oc curs only once in every thirty-three years, will be plainly visible in South Carolina. In this wonderful display the meteo rites will touch the atmosphere of the earth and become ignited by the rapidity of tiheir flight. Millions of them will fall and they will appear as dazzling globes o; multi-colored flame. The fact that they ignite and dissolve on contact wita the atmosphere is all that saves the earth from destruc tion. Scientists all over the world arc making elaborate preparations for ob. serving the appearance of the Leonid8. This century has been the first that astronomers have ...

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 November 1899

TH'*E PEOPLE 9SJORA 'I' s ...( N C, T VOL Q.---NO. 43- PICKENS S. C., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER '6,18.ONDLARAYR Silver -Dollars Given Am Greenville, S We have placed in our store- i Silver Dollars. We have had made f will unlock the box. With' every G given a key attached to a tag. Keys month after October 1st, and the I1o' be given $5.00 as a pr-eint. This is a new and novel way we I in cash what we have heretofore paid greater number will be benofitted. AT SMITH & You will find the I Men's Wear at GREENV Sole agents for Stetson's Stiff Hats. S< TRIBUTR TO MRS. PICKENS. A LOVELY AND TOUCHING SCENE. Beautiful Eulogy by One Who Knew Both Mrs. Pickenstand Illustrious Husband-Two Great Friends of the Confederacy. The following Is a brief outline of the excellent address delivered by Rev. Dr. L. I. Gwaltney, at the me morial services at the grave of the late Mrs. F. W. Pickens, the services being conducted by the Ladies' Memorial Association of Edgetield. Dr. Gwalt ney Is the beloved pa...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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