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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 12 April 1894

EtVM)AY, &BIL 12, 1804. LOCAL PARAGRAPHS. W. will send the JOURNAL an9d to ISOA AND FAna one year for IM. H. A. Richey went to Fort Hill, ,, bunemes, last Friday. H. 0. Bowen went to Greenville, ' business, last week. ona.aC. H Carpenter, of Briggs, as in town,'last week. Senator W. T. O'Dell, of Roa .,Pke was in town, last wesk." .4 9. J. Johnson, of Central, was in ,wn, last week. Edilbr Martin, of the Demeepat: as in own las Monday. TOil Justic Stewart, of Libe'ityc %as as town last .'oPtk. j. E. Boggs, of the SentinI went o Gr4eowlle, last week. Ot"xBaker, of Atlanta Ga.# spent. at oi'doty, in P'okens. Capt. James A. Griffin went to Ireenville last week, on business. J~ames P. Carey, Eq g bought a very handsome holtiggg*. M. F. Nester shot ja hooting owl, last we*. W. L Jenkins visited Easley last Wrid gn 9n business. J. L. 0. Thompson hns moved into his new house 4 Garvin street. R. Frank White' of Westmin. ster, was in town, last Monday. Mrs. M. F. Host&-, whokas been ...

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 April 1894

-TAPLIANTS.' eOTICE eition of applicants for The regular exama onqualiication, for ' ile be beld at Pickena Pickens coU ad Saturday, April 20 0.10 on, Fridayad and 21st, 1894. I mined o speng' eApplicant ilg, ArIthmetic, English Beading, Wrnglhy, Ilistory, PhysiologY Grammer, Geograghey adPatcs HyID and TjheorY and Practio". The gollaning Will in all probabiliy be added bY the gtateW oard for the highest grade , Civil Government, oletry Agriculture. Ilemon tary Ethics, audlellontary Vocal Music. By a recent Act the lifo of a rst grade certificat-will be for five years instead oc two as hereitiofn will be held by numbers only those who wish to obtain certificates will be exPected. By orer el tate Superintendent of Ed ,Ustion' %V W. W . .BZIrT, School Commissioner. ~~ hav The trustees of Crosswell ave put now desks in the Croewel School 1onse, costing thirty-siy dollars. For the bonefitof teachers ald others, a summor School will be conducted by the Professors of the South Carolina Co...

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 April 1894

HEA 9 Vol. 4.0 PIKN2SCTHR YARL 9 Dat ROBERT KIRK EY. Ph'slcian and rgeon, Offee a hi" esideoce o.. A a n StreeL. March 8, 1894. J E. SIRRIN1' Civil Engi.enr und se enrvoyor. Greenville, S. specl 4 1is te-st-on givea to '' SuldivAl an of lnd," errnichig and Esttnaiionl 6-f water porv er. Offlee 884 Mait St. over Fritonm" hook Stol e. .lin 25, 94--im. I. 0. 0 wOWN. L. E. C0UDREss* OWEN & CHILDaE88, Attorneys at Law, Oct. 5, 1898. D R. J. W. NORWOOD, DDentIst. Dr. W M. N. rwooD, Assistant Omle.-, 88s Main Street. Greenville, S. C. Jan. 9,'92 y DI. J. P. CARLIBLE, Dentist, (re 0 vlle, 8. C. Otico over Ad liso & McGee's Drug Store. .The Exchange Hotel, S..GREENVILLE, 8. C. C. W. HENDERSON, Proprietor. Aaern Imp weouenta r-argo Rqnms. Speolal attention to ComnerciaI Travel an Tourists. Table Fare Unsurpassed. Fine Climate the year round. Ap. 7, 9'z 5. E. HAGOOD, J. L. THORNLEY, Ja - L. C. THORNLEY. HAGOOD & THORNLEY BROS., Liviy, fill, lie a hhapg. M"a, Easley and Piokons, S. ...

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 April 1894

T~l POPL'SJOUIINAC T. 0. ROBINSON, E~no. U aUNI ZVIRY THa DAY ubscription One Dollar a Yea] Entered at the Post Office at Pickens a 100nd-class matter. It is gratifYing to observe tha he doctrineS of the alliance ar -aking root in the hearts of thI Iople, and the prinoiplos of th rder are being applied in the Io ition of the greaticivil questions, hioh are agitating the minds of nr greatest statesmen. The alli ae mon wore tho first to diag ose the maladies, that are afflict ig our government, and botte imedies than they prescribed avo not yet beeni suggested. Tom. ),ary reliefs have been resorte ,, only to aggravate the diseas id leave the patient in a weakei id worse condition. With all the parade of tariff re rin fresh in the minds of the sople, the first act of the admin tration was an admission that the position of tho alliance was right. Tariff legislation was post poned until the repeal of the pur. chase clause of the Sherman act' was effected. The veto of the Bland seignorago...

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 April 1894

IURBDAY, APRIL 19, 1894. WOCAL PARAGRAPHS. We will send the JOURNAL and 11HOME AND FARM one year for o. Murphee, of Dalton, led the ist singing, last Sunday. S.e Misses McKay's advertise b of their New Spring Goods. . E. Robinson, is finishing his store room, on Main Street. H. Newton went to Liberty, Saturday, on business. '. A. C. Merrick, of Walhalla, in town, last Saturday. : ,rrey C. Thornley and P E. Al i nder went to Greenville, last on business. r. MoCampbell of Knoxville, %.,was in town, last Saturday, usiness. iss Alma Smith, of Anderson nty, is visiting Miss Stella New this week. rayton Price, of Sunny Dale, ted his grand father, T. R. e, this week. iss Sallie and Annie Smith, of A irty, were in town, last Satur. > tta, the two year old daugter of and Mrs. James Garrett, died Monday-she was interred at era. r. J. M. Rampey, of Easley, was 'wn, last Tuesday, for the first in eight years. . Birch, the popular salesman he King Horderere Co., of At , Ga., was in town Tuesd...

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 April 1894

W. W.'F. BRIGHT, EmDTon. NOTIOE TO APPLICANTS. The regular examination of applicant. for Teacher's certificates of qualifcation, for Pickena county, vill bo held at Pickens 0. H., on Fridy ~ay, April 20 and 21stVW licants will be examined on Spelling, Reading, Writing, Arithmetic, ECnglish Grammar, Geograghy, Uistory, Physiology and Hygiene, and Theory and Practices. The follawing will, in all probability be added by the Statelloard for the highest grades: Algebra, Drawing, Civil Government, Elementary Agriculture, EleNmentary Ethica, autd Elementary voca Music. By a recent Act the life of a iirst grade cortiflcate will be for five years instead o two as heretofore. The examination will he held by numbers. Only those who wish toobtatin certilentes will be expected. By order @l State Superintendent of Ed* scation. W. W. F. BaIoUr, School Commissioner. A new department is likely to be added to the Teacher's Associa tion at Spartanburg in July. It will, in all probability be called the...

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 April 1894

r17HE P E P FSJIR Vol. 4. . PICKENS, 8. C., THURSDAY APRIL 26, 1894. o.1 Vol. 3, 8*Co7. tt. D RO T KIRK -EY. ~Phv'ioqn and 8 rgoon, 0 u his ico a i Street. Bareb 8, 1894. J E 4IltRiNi, Civil ERegioer and . bturveyor, Greenville, S. 1. SpecAl atotntion given to "Subdivainin of land," Terracing and Estimatioln of watter 1)0%v or. 4)fle &1 Main St. over Friton's Book Stol 0. Jan. 25, 94-3m. H1. 0. BowRN.. L. EC. OgILDRRS OWEN & CHILDRtESS, Attorneys a1 so 00t. 5. 1898. R. J. W. NORWOOD, Dentfst. Dr. -I.'W. M1. N(,nwroD, Assistanlt. Office, 8 Main Street, GreenVillet 0- 0. Jan. 0, '02 y H. j. p. CARLSLeg, Dentist Gre -n. Dville &. O.. Office over WAdison& McGee's g Store. The Exchange Hotel, GREENVILLE, 8. C. 0. W.. HENDERSON, Proprietor. Meaern Imprnvements T.ar Rnoms Special attention to Comnacrcia Travel an Tourists. Table Fare Unsurpassed. Fine Climate the year round. Ap. 7, 6'2 J. E. HAQOOD, J. L. THORNLEY. Ja L. C. THORNLEY. HAGOOD & THORNLEY BROS., Livery, 1,S...

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 April 1894

Aki PrUPLI'8 JOURNALS T. 0. ROBINSON, DITron. PM1SHED EVERY THURSDAY. bscription One D-ollar a Ycar ~ ~ntrestthe Post. Oflee itt PickensJ Ml ft&ind-elass matter. -io.48IENSAU LAW NO5 TUTIONAL The dispensary law has boon de .ired unconlatitutional Iby tho Su eme Court. ChierJusticeo Mcdv r dolivered the opinloli of the art and it covers thirty pages of V.. eywritten manus11crip. us .on McGowon concurred, but, Jus : Pop0 filed a (lissenting opil . The following is tho rosult of o long train of reasoning roach Vby Chief Justico Melver: *ifter the filliest and most. e(treful al herate consierati-m) we feeI coit rai nel .y that the Act is clearly unconstitu .d, except in as far as it forbids the gug of iic ses to retaitil spirittio s ii w beyon(l the 30th of June, 1893. I'n hils view till subordinate iuestionls pre d in all the cases, except the first, A, lose all practical imiporitaice and not, therefore, he vensiidered." 'ho decision wats filed aboit I I )ck on the 19th Instant, an...

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 April 1894

TBURODAY, APRIL 20.1894. LOCAL PARAGRAPHS.. Ve will send the JOURNAL and HoME AND FARM one year foi . M. Burns, of Lau-ens, was i n last Sunday and Monday. R.B. Algood lost a fine mare day, with blidastaggers. . E Griffin, of Liberty was in - Tuesday. alter Griffin went to Green last week on business. D. Stewart went to Greenville week on business. '. E. M. Payne of Laurens, was wn last week on business. M. Adams, of Atlanta, Ga., .n town last week. r. and Mrs. Harper, ef'Six Mile ed R. A. Bowen and family Sunday. iffin & Holder sold part of cattle Monday, to W. C. Mc. pbell, of Knoxville, Tenn. J. Bunson, of Traveller's Rest, )d his brother-in-law, L., E. Iress, last week. Eubanks, the popular travel. gent for the News & Courier, n town last week. e young people of Pickens had y enjoyable sociable at Dr. a last Monday night. ank E. Cox visited friends and ives in Greenville county this O Sentinel had its photograph it weeks issue, it was very good . J. R. Riley preached two...

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 April 1894

W. W. F. BRIGHT, ETo EDUCTION IS A NECESSITY NOT A LUXURY." The Auditor will soon furnish the Chairman of Board of Trustees with a list of polls returned to him in each school district. The law says each Auditor shall make out and forward to the Board of Trus toes of each school district within his County a correct list of the polls roturned from their respec tivo districts. Tho school trusteos shall examine carofully said list and report to the Auditor as soon practicable, the' names of all per sons who shall have failed or nog. locted to make returns, and it shall be the duty of the Auditor to enter upon his books the names of all persons thus reported to him by Boards of Trustees." LITERARY CURIOSITIES. There are a number of words in the English langaugo that con tain all the fivo regular vowels though it might puzzlo any one to think of one at short, notice. The following may bo given as exam plos; education, reputation, rogu lation emulation, perturbation. mensuration repudiati...

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 May 1894

p E Vo i Al 1 A 8. C.., THURSDAY MAY 3, 1894. - -No 18 . t191%11N.4KtK BY. Phstelcian and Surgeon, 4 ifflf a his (ido te 0 . Man Stret Mjpireir 8, 1894. J' 1 IcIION, Civil Engi .eur and .a y for. ree iville, S. ' peel ti i..l 1IOn givenl ti, -H'tliv . of aind," lt-rr.iclt: ittid Estmuat iin of watie?- pw er. Office 881 M.d'tiot. over Fcitoti's BoI Steate. Jin. 26, 94-di. H. .0. BoWEN. L. E. CIKILDRSS' dWEN & ClIILD4..E88, Attorneys at Law, Pickensi 8. C. )Oct. 5. 1893. R. J. W. NORWOOP, Dentist, Dr. W Mt. Ni uwoOD, Assistant. Oflico, 88)- 'ain.8treet, Grcenville, S. C. Jan. 9, '92 y R. .J. P. CARIBIE- -Dentist Gre--n. - ville, '$;. 0. Offico over Addion & McGee'd Drug Store. The Exchange Hotel, GREENVILLE, 8. 0. C. W. HENDERSON. Proprietor. Maonern Imprenuts TrgE Rooms. Special attention to Comnacal Travel an Tourists. Table Fare Unsurpassed. . Fine Climate the year round. Ap. 7, 9'2 J. E. HAGOOD,. J. L. THORNLEY, Jn L. C. THORNLEY. HAGOOD & THORNLEY BROS., Liveil legi, ...

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 May 1894

STIHE PEOPLES JOURNAL. T. C. ROBINSON, Earon. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. Subscription One )ollar a Year. Eutercd at the Pvt-t Ot1l! 'it 'vU$a iecond-class matter. "Our anti friends have ex >ressed themselves on (livers oc -asions as beingpleised with the )rospect of an early dissdutio) )f tho reform movement in thi state. They base their opinion on the fact that th'e leaders are vrangling among themselves for he best seats in the synagogue. 'his of itself can do no harm and 5 the case in every faction of very political party. It is the ign of a healtliy and vigorous .ondition of the movement, and hows that there is life and spir. t in the cause, and a high and audable ambition in the leaders o be prominent and useful in romoting and advancing the 'rogress and accomupilishing the -urposes of the movement is ncouraging to the rank and le and stimulates interest and xertion." We publish the above from our steemed contemporary, tle 'eople's Journal, so thiat the 'aders of The sentfiwr...

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 May 1894

e ieple a Jourrl. TUURDAY,&IU3Y 81 1894 LOCAL PARAGRAPHS. We will send the JOURNAL and the HOME AND FARM one year for $1.25. A. R. N. Folgor, of Easley, visi ted Pickens last Sunday. Capt. J. W. Butler, of Athens Ga., paid Pickens a visit last week. Miss Melanie Thornley is. visi ting her sister, Mrs. W. W. White, of Anderson. Meiars. John Robinson and W. C. Smith attended preaching here last Sunday. Mrs M. J. Harris, of Greenville county, is visiting her soi, T. D. Harris. Read T. D, Harris' ad. this week. He has something interesting to may to you. We gMi4'se'veral changes in our Greenville ads. this week. It might be profitable to you to read them. Miss Grace Williams, of Wel. ford, S. C., is'visiting the family of her brother, Dr. J. F. Williams. Homer Richey, of Clemson Col lege, visited his father's family, H. A. Richey, this week. Miss Dora and Miss Lydia Fol. ger, of Easley, visited Miss Stella Newbery last week. Messrs. J. T. Lathem and H. E. Russel, -of Easley, were in...

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 May 1894

Tho State Board of V.irgiia have re.adopted thO entire series of text books used in that Stato for the pat four years. I thTn.M . It is ann o t r Harris will bo U. S., Conuissionor of EducatiOn for four years more, providod there is no politiCs in it. Iowa pys o'or fivo dollars and t.wolty-fivo coits por capita, salla yx0 t inluded, for the pupils in ler pulbklic schools. Ve pay-woll. it is not quito as i oTeaclier's Ilnstitute for Pick eus County will be hold at oil Tlio Stato Board reconneids, and the County Board agroes that your attondaic on the Instituto ought to havo some weight in Ox. aminatiol and renoaw 1. rake notice and govern your solf accordingly. It is hoped that. inl addition to the teachers, all ministers, trus teos, and othors interested will at tolid. Begin to got ready now. The National Educationil Asso ciation will be hold this year at Asbury Park, N. J... July C-13. Do vou wish a scholasihip in the Peabody Normal at Nashvill? If so, writo WN. 1). Mayfleod, Stab ...

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 May 1894

THEP FSJ Voi. 4. PICKENS, S. C., THURSDAY MAY 10, 1894k No.19 H. 0. BOWEN. s. E. CHILDRuss. 1OWEN & CHILDRESB, Attor neys at Law, Oct. 5, 1893. Pickens, S.0. DI J. W. NORWOOD, Dentist. Dr. W. M. N<;9WOOD, Assistant. Office, 881 Main 8treet, Greenville, S. 0. Jan. 9,'92 y DAR. J. P. CARLISLR, Dentist. ore-mn JUville, S. 0. Office over Addleon.# McGee's Drug Store. J. 8. CorRAN, G. G. NtLL, Greenville, 86 0. M. F. ANJIFL, T. P. 0oTuw^1 U. L. 11I0.LINGSWORTI, Plokens, 8. 0., Have associated thenielves together to, 'the practice of law in its, various branches, and *ill give careful attention to all busir ness undertaken by then. oans and discounts' negotiated. May 1, 189. The Exchange Hotel, GREENVILLE, S. 0. 0. W. HENDERSON, Proprietor. Mhooern Imprvem .ents f4a e Rooms. Speelal attent ion to Comnercia Travel an Tourists. Table Farb Unsurpassed. Fine Climate the year round. Ap. 7, 9'2 J. E. HAG0oD, . J. L. THORNLEY, Ja L. C. THORNLEY. HAGOOD & THORNLEY BROS., Uiiy, fll, 1i ...

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 May 1894

HE PEOPLE'S JOURNAL T. 0. ROBINSON, EDoio. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. ubscription One Dollar a Yeal Entered at the POst 1Oic at Pickeras a cond-class matter. id you over undertake t rive a couple of steers that wer< >)ntintrally trying to pull in Op osite directions, steers too tha ou thought a great deal of, urge, strong, able, fellows that ou knew had a vast amount of ood work in them if they could ily be made to pull together. rell, this describes our position Kactly in regard to Cleveland ud Tillman. We believe they re both honest, fearless, sensi Ie men, but they just will not ork together. They could ac )niplish a great deal of good ist at present if they only would, tit they are hard headed, and as consequence have about pulled part and left us all sitting on teold Democratic wagon before has crossed the bridge. Cleve. nd has been yoked in with a lot Northern money sharks and to Western populists are trying capture Tillman. We don't ink either of those intended is at the...

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 May 1894

THURSDAY, MAY 1894. LOCAL PARAGRAPHS, Just as we go to press we learn that the Supreme Court, on Mon day last, declared in favor of pro. hibition. See the candidates column. Miss Alma Kay is visiting roh tives and friends in Westminitor. A. W. Folger, of Easley, was in town last Monday. Read A. K. Park's reduced figures in spring goods. Seventeen year locusts are swarm ing on the Keowee river. See W. T. McFall's budget of phun and phax and his Spring stock. The infant of Mr. and Mrs. Stan. sell of Punkingtown Township, died last Sunday. W. P. Metts was appointed post master at Greenville, on the 5th instant. Miss Resa Lewis, of Anderson's Mills, visited her sister Mrs. L. E. Childres last week. R. F. White, of Westminister was in town last week on bussi ness. Rev. G. R. Shaffer preached a very interesting sermons in the Methodist Church last Sunday. P. Eugene Alexander of the Sen tinel, is visiting friends in Charles ton, S. C. Jones & Garrison have a change in their advertiseme...

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 May 1894

Ny. W. F u Iln~n A inotiug of the patrons of Eas. ley School District, No. 13, has been called to moot at the EasY10y Waro house, on the 14t of May next, at 10 o'clook, to tako into considora tion the' advisability of levying a local tax for school purposos. Remember, that if you desire to increase the School fund of your district that it must be done at once. May, 31st, is the last day on which you can hold a legal mot Ig for that purpose. There must be two wook's notico givon after the majority of the resident free holders have petitioned tho trus toes. The following programme has boon adopted for tho laying of the cornor-stone of the Winthrop Nor mal and Industrial Collogo at Rock Hill on the 12th of May. Music. Prayer. Song by Winthrop Collego Cho rus. Addross by the Governor. Music. Dedicatory poem, by Maj. St. J. Cummings. Song by Winthrop Collego Cho ruB. Dedicatory Address by lion. Ira B. Jones. Music. Mason ic Coroioniois. ISong by Mafulo Collego Chortis. Benediction. Pic-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 May 1894

e 4e _ HE PPLE'S ol. 4 PICKENS, S. C., THURSDAY MAY 17, 1894. - DR lilic-11T Ll an IY, Physician and Surgeon, O)fllej .t It. IoY4ido-I.%' .\ltiIn Street. MIrch 8, 1891 11. 0. Blowl.N. L. E. UnIIIlnss 1 OWEN & CIIIIltE8, Attor neys at Law Pickents lS. C, Oct. 5, 1893. It. 1. W. NOlWOOD, 1)o3ntist. Dr. . W. Mt. Niawoon, Assistant. Oice, 88! Main Street, Greenville, S. U. Jan. 9, '92 y D 11. J. P. CARLISLE, Dentist Grt -n - ville, S. C. Ollice over Adlhso & McGee's )rug Store. J. S. Co-rnnAN, O. G. 'V.1Y,1,S, Greelville, Sj C. 1\l. F. Assiu,J T. P. CortuAN, U. L. 1iotIN,'issvOieru, Piekens, S. C. H[ave assocated thmselves together f, the prae-tite of law in its various brith , and will give enreful attehntioln to all bi'ir ness udertaken by themn. Loans and discoilits Iegotiated. i\lay 1, 1894. The Exchange Hotel, GIIEENV1ILLE, S. C. C. W. HENDERSON, Proprietor. Monern Improvements Large Roonis. Special attention to Comiiercial Travel an Tourists. Table Fare Unsurpassed. Fine 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. — 17 May 1894

THE PEOPLE'S JOURNAL, T. C. ROBINSON, Eirou. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. Subscription One Dollar a Year. Entered t.tie ost omee nt. Iickens as eecond-caus matter. 4The Pickeis Sentinel does us tho honor in its issue of May 3rp to ropublish our editorial in full on the silver question, also to speak of the same in a compli nientary way. The J f U I 1 N A 1,, however, ,preacher likes takes its text from only one verse, and then rather admonishes us to look a little further before giv ing sanction to such views as are contained in Prof. 1)avis' article. We only wish that the JouR NA1 had taken the time, and that its space had not forbid so that it could have given us and the people its views ol this vital subject. We are sure that it, could not have devoted its time and space to a subject in which the people are more interested, or one which just at this time is needing more i n t e lli g n t thought and consideration. We muist insist, however, in the absence of superior light, that it. ...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
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