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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 4 January 1900

R~OBINS4ON, E ditor. 1) IVERY THURSDAY. don One Dollar a Year 9 the Post Offle at Piokens as i imtter. RSAMY, JAN. 4, 1900, flCJATEuAL. &'EI) By W. W. F. BRIGHT, Sunt. of Education. cr teacher, the consus enu will be around noxt June. the childrei abovo sevon d in yowu district read and It not, i.3 it not time for ho i) and doing something gool of yoni' foW man? * * * brother teacell(r, the tru-s ive aitihoiit.y to otop the on 1ecount of cholera, yel. :I, isiall pox and like con. . iseases. The modical pro. I Say that vacciniation is v le't.ventativo in small pox, knlow more ahl)Onlt it than W< d. They ought to knov about their profession thai ,1and we o'Ight to study an our professioi othes. . iecw Tearlier's RegIsters. Shave received oiio hundre( rcdskrs and are sondifn out to tl toacliers its fast a ilo. In s"1m> casos they ar, to t!ho clrk of tho board o es. OTher is no(ut oniough U. foi tLe ScIl'Ed year, but mor ben d nod N 11! he son is new regi t'r is to tako thv of...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 4 January 1900

Loc~i4fld_'064sonaEd .-';Mrs- tJ. La. iiuit Iyisitod rolativQe' in..Mfidoemon laot week. -, mind I ho wvoather,, 011"~t blow. *welg will' be.OrckeL OpO~t 10oon, cksr3niti 01101). is being u louu O U110 B ars 1.. -Mr's. B. Lewis. epeont Iust *wock qu.10'0yr Ixevle . i'tauiia week. -The gotioral Asscmtil. j.11Njl nioet-fii Columbia oil the, 9th. illst ]~~I~rr~~h~o..2tor Lilt1ei ft 116g; -Charles Bowckni of-Grbczivitble, was'hdro ,last weokc, with Il ia par Onta. :-mjiso.-Millio Poster, of Olga, visitod tho. issesm Mc taiel X11m -'ol.. E. lagood alid (11111,0. tj r.(4 C halestoll, we*") oe Ila-t - -fi -1Io(rsq)l, of Niimety-S x vdiitd at mi'i foc'. thiA kieok. -Nr. and Nis. .plut InrvwI, (,f' (entral, v.tot riivin Pii) (. (.on i!.1 tm oit orl - Ilk I. MUiCh iinpiov( d. Siitti I), of 1.(it l -Born,~i tto 'Mr. 1-111.1 ,t ofCo O iit m') II)s hi rt1 eit' ("MAI..k, boidv:.'a c smm1 v.A i :~ ii tt it , ILl o. 4v r\rEuar , . 'l.) 61 t .A.1(e 'I' imd~ 001, Mauldi, of Brl,;mlv Mss stdi t, iN6-T...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 4 January 1900

The People's Journal. PICKENS S. C. ONE NEW YEAR's EVE. Thle swish of a blue dress, a faint breath of violets, as in passing, and he felt rather than saw Marie Summer fild go by. Standing a little apart from the knots of merry young people thronging Ile pleasant rooms, he was coisciouis of a thread of pain running through the last night of the old year, touching only Miss Summerfield and himself. By he, I mean Leigh Reyburn, the owner of the old fashioned, low-roomed grange beneath whose roof the young people of Gladbrook had gathered to keep a merry watchnight. With music and laughter and gay repartee they meant to dance a welcome to the joyous New Year without much thought for the staid old twelve-month which had served them so faithfully. But Leigh moved uneasily, sending imploring glances after the blue grown, all to no purpose. Marie was absorbed with the fascinating company of Mal rice Davenport, and was smiling her sweetest-and Marie could smile di vinely.-and entertaining hi...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 11 January 1900

0N . * ** - VO HE JPEOPLE - OL q.---N0. oPICKIENS S. C., THURSDAY, IANUARY 1, goo. ONE DOLLAR A YEAR. y. by - Srrhith &' Bristow A uth.i Carolina., Nolmeb Opk Money-Box conteining T - n niedr keys, sonid of which .'91. 0 zr hd*to will be "Sf SalWrday in each * ' tr4M1ckthe-Box will wl o',of sadvorlsingliatd give, toour trode ag or edvuetising with the hope that the to ri, RISTOW'S ea it of levdrything in ha 1: . go ?opular Prices ! ! "" ea "E, S. 01 / er ou'r pecia latie of Men's: 83.50 Shoes. gE , . -. .* re go which she was plede d by the: ordi- an ianee of .'edbeioi, lssed December tic 1*0 ; l -4, 6 ", . . . " . f ..,, - '' u.ip There is proefjitd.:.next the costly "' eIdgn th al ar of country fr( )y outharolina in 'the Wat b'e pre- ca "Iitated and then grandly breasted die $n fduell shar0:ofttbQ tiery 3 41s afGpt.119.from 1861 to the oid. bu 0f reqrt ,of the, State* histIoriaa, fu aE f t 'gei ra ' b li i tWe1h1e 1b'attle -or from of Younds, the deaths from diseas.0and in m0 ...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 11 January 1900

T'ho People' s Journal. j (OIINsON, Edito . r[uzS1i) 1WEyERY THURSDAY. Subscription One Dollar a Year Jintred at the Post Ofilce at Pickens as second-elass atiter. 11 1 it S I)y, J.q 11000. TIRE LEGISLATURE. This session ol the General As sombly, of South Carolina, prom ises to bo cxcoodii)gly lively and interesting. . A volumo of bills came over from last session and bills innumerable, ato threatened to be introduced at this sittitig of the so!ons. It is safo to predict that there will be business enough to consume the forty days, the time allotted by the constitution to the legislative dopartmont for tho dis Position of its matters. Last week the legisluLive chambors wore put, in elegant orior for the oqcupat)cy of the membors aId their coming was the chief topic of conversation. Sevonal ienibers had already ar. rived and were busy on committee work, l-ut nothing definito could bho obtained from thm.111 as to thlt, probaIle fato of sovoral proposed bilbs. R. is much easior to intr...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 11 January 1900

The People's Journal. Local and Porsotmil. --J. M. Freoman, of Gr'oonvillo, rn was hero on business last, weeok. lii -Miss Kato Folger, of Gaff'ney, i is visiting relativos and friouids ta hore this week. -Mrs. M. F. Hester has. bomn PH quite sick the yast woek, . liut is e very muoh improved now. -Miss Marie ,Richar(lion, of OV Liborty., returned hone last ro from a visit to relatiyo. ati nati, 0. - -E. B, Nicharfidn, 'of Liberty ad was here eta busiiessIlait'i el. I is ha jolly as ever and.his ini'y friends *ere -glAd~t *tim "' --Miss Li0Nos... lr a11001 Viola Runion of iageitin g e avenue.-Daily Times, 4th inst. Ia ..-Politicians a .re- "flaing stheir v iwires for the campaign which;-it is t believied; will opett.up .earlier thiu atb usual in A0oith-:Carolira this yea i -Tho work <n tho toeiimnti ru houses of the Easley cotton njll is progressing nicely under t}ke st- u pervision of Contractor Granly, of .Pickens. -Charleston was visitod ly,he iaS hoaviest snow fall on the 31s...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 11 January 1900

The People's Jourmal >ICKENS S.C ADMIRAL RAPIAEL SEMMISS. III.',Imo OPe Till,; ^LABAMA Bill Arp Writes About the Coi'eder alt Atlmiral ati 11 is Work I)iring the i i.. Warl. if I could ehoose only two books to leave as legacy for my children to earr thle true bitory of our civil war, its causes and results, I would take that of Gregg for the land and Semliles for t lie seas. In a former letter I was pleased to givo the first my13 hearty Commendation aind(] flow sOinCe I have just cone1ilded the perisal of " Service Alloat I by Admiral Seimes, I must say the author far exceeded my expe-c tations ill st:UC-sIIIanship and style and atLractive narrativo of the wonderful work of the Sumter and Alabama an C(on federate cruisers on the high seas. The truth is that their work of capturc and deO.ruction was so remote from us and Ao fLw witncsses to it with no tele gralph, no ail, no press dispatelieS that our peo ple altiost forgot w'here they were or what they were doing. Only at long in...

Publication Title: People's Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The people's journal. — 18 January 1900

A7 - -TH 1 -/' Es VOL ---N PICKONNS SA C THURSDAY A YEAR Silver Dollars Given Aw Greenville, S, We have placed iu our store a Silver Dollars. We have had made fc will unlock the box. With every Ca given key attached to a tag. Keys month lfter October 1st, and the Hol be given $5.00 as a preiCmt. This is a new and novel way we hi in cash what we have heretofore paid greater nuniber will be benofitted. AT SMITH & You will find the b Men's Wear at GREENVI Sole agents for Stetson's Stiff Hats. Se IN A SINGIS NIGHT. The- Terrible Trial of a Young Wife I4eft on Guard. "Wbat a beautilut suung woman ! And yet her hair is white as snow." " And her complex ort fresh as is a child's. Strangb, is it not '" Thus c-poke two loungers on a hotel porch. But they did not know the his tory of that snowy hair. * * * * * * * From the time Harry Wells fell In love with Mamie Clausen at church socials until the marriage In the First Prebbyterian church, the entire com-. munity gave minute consideratio...

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. — 18 January 1900

, People's Jourm T. C. 11OBIINSON, Editor. I~liki I~ity TUR8Di ription One Dollar a Y< hteteai eIt. tho post Onlico at 11tcken -e otlos., 1 t t r. TH 'I 1).\ Y, J A N. 18 1900. n) nr.N MhI MAKER." I lamp , m Guardin: The ret i of the Ukiardilan are this we ovided with Gov. McSweene. Oss11g0 to thu g'enlera! a8so1b hih was yaterday prosonted at distigauiihed body of It .ikers. A ae.uIl reading of di convbc' aIll good and we inkinag eit"olns that the govern is deiply at heart the genei olfare f( the Stato. Tho ma iso sugcst ions offered for consi ation give eVdCIdCO cf the mc ireful meditation on his part 11 matters hing ill ViOW the a anceliIInt of tih peoplo's prc ,erily ani Im ppi ness. Gifted I tature with timt high intelligen .nd splendid busi ness tact, he 1 smon enaled to clearly prosent he plmple, in dea1tailI, what is be iceded fo(i the State's commercit otial and political progross. TI nessago Will p-ob.lably be read at .pprovmgly commented upon hoisauds of mon1 tnd Womt ...

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 January 1900

The People's Journal. Local and Personal. OVO --xcus0 our lort comii)gs this n0 week. th era Subscribe for '1i. JOURNAL, $1 du( a year. let -You can buv goods choap at the Fre'gimn's nJow. soil -Born un to NI r. ald i s. lRoss .tit Mot n1 on t 1 10th inlst., aI daughter. -Treasurer Youigblood was con- Pa< flind to - his4 roomi laist, woeek with for the grippe. ) -Dr. \W. V. Aus.i'i w ill .e in el Liberty We-.l 0)' and Central i Thursday. .J ite' -h. C. Craig, of Senevc, a. proi' i* cceI llelt moerchant thiert, was er e a Visit llst, week. -Our list of subsci'rs is inl creasing overy day, but, we &till ia, haVe rooI for more. 'riv I -J. N. Jameson, of I'asley, is a Champion hog raiser. lie ied one 'i oil tho 2d inist that iec ted <'50. 1x5t -Whenl you coo10 ti 'ickenS sh ii don't fail to see le bef'ore YOU luy% ydur goods. J. B. IR FrUeinii. her -Note c hange in tih advertiso- t lie ment of Craig liro8., in Ill iss ue11. It Will interest you and you shuil(i read it. ..---J....

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 January 1900

The People's Journal PICKENS SC. GOVERNOR'S' MESSAGE. 'T ho i rsI messa ie of Gover'(,o l.no m. B. MeSweeIlev was rel to tIeGetieral Ass;Jtubly ait 12i . "Im'l TuesIla Y, .la). 1h1, and the following extnie ts rom 11i give lhis views on imulpOrtilit topis ToerL is no question that, wiil ongigo your atentionlli at this session tha will domand mIlore caroful thought. and In whiel thero i more interest inanifest e(d than that of the control of liquge.. yo will no doubt have several pro positions presented. to yau by~difthrent members of your b6dy for you..on sidere'tion. It is important that you should take hold of the quo-timn iwa positive and direct maraner and meet, H.he issuea squarely: U1idcr -the:(on stitution o( tie Stiato there are only three 'mod'es allowed for dealing with this question. " Th( GeneabAs-. seibly may licen-e .persons or . dorr. porations to manufaet1ure Ind sell and retail alcoholic liqluors o- -b.-pr agles within the State:" "or the Gcneral Assembly may prohib...

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 January 1900

E LE'S JOR VOL 9.---NO. 2. PICKENS S. C., THURSDAY, IANUARY 25, 1900. ONE DOLLAR A YEAR. Silver Dollars Given Aw Greenville, S We have plaeed in our store i Silver Dollars. We have had made ft will unlock the box. With every C given a key attached to a tag. Keys month after October let, and the 11ol be given $5.00 ats a presont. This is a new and novel way we i in cash what we have heretofore paid greater number will be benefitted. AT SMITH & You will find the b Men's Wear at GREENVI Sole agents for Stetson's Stiff Hats. Se IT IS AIL JUSr THE SAME. DIFFEIRENT NAMES FORlt STEAL ING. Bill Arp Writes a Chapter on the Prevailing Sin of the Ninet enth Century-The Darkey's Pica on the Score of Foraging. I have always contended that steal ing little things was the besetting sin of the negro and was a rar'e trait. And that cheating in a trade was a race trait in Jews and Gentiles. Wt white folks do not call it cheating, but say he got the advantage or he got th best of the bargain, but ...

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 January 1900

he .People's JoUria T. C., 1191II1NsoN, VIto. ubscription One Dollar a Ye It It post 0 1ce at Pickens ,cond.ch sm m:t or. T1I U DAY, JAN. 25, 1903. 1ani y conin tinications wore n voidably crowdod out this weel I nI :JorUNA, is sorry for fact an ts readers have lost by it, but th nIatter muuii-i go in as it comes )ur corrwsodets will please tr ;o get their articles to TiHE Joui NA be)01-r Monday, and thus b Zertain Of Miunediato insertion. 'flit cd:trial matter gave way t ic legiisiative correspondents, tho avo the right of way and every ody ' to hoar from thoni the battlefiold anl th ome wants the now ..a Correspoideit. Tho general assembly had a goo mg holiday last week, from ThurE ay last until Monday, but the ave again sottled down to work 'ioire are a great nmany time killot .a the logislaturo. They do ' nc soom to think or have any regar Jor tho over-burdened tax-payc and the poor man when they me< to make laws, for they waste great deal of money in killir time, doing nothi...

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 January 1900

The People's Journal 'Local and Personal. -J. 11 . Payno, of Calhoun, wal bore'-Monday. --Honry Grady and Thos. Lynel went to Brevard on business lasi week'. -Craig Bros., Pickens, S. C., want poultry of all kinds and eggE by th wagon loads. --Art. Craig, of Stewart, who is always jolly at all times, was hore among friele~b Mo nday. --Mr. and Mrs. M. Hendricks visited relatives and frinnds inl O0one County this wvek. -Mrs. C. L 11ollingsworth is visitig ir diaughter. Mrs. 11. A. Lanxcaster, of line(svilo I. Fll. -l'homas Grtit hats beWon iji pointed a lagitrate nil i o(It ral Township, 11t lives at, Callouti. -Dr. Lung, of Catoeel.o, wan in the blo wart, 1.tection 1:1L wei ek mnd repoI lt)h heath (:f thatcom laity remari'kably g->od. --isFlor..-neuo Uow.-n- is assist .. ing 1\li;s liwcho tluIIens Im a v4.r-y lareC Febo A at 1.liI 1hon Bracih, Aijtersonl couility, -We are p-azsed to amiinco the improved cn1ition of M1rs. J. C. Alexandor, whot ha.. bc en crit - ially ill for (to pa...

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 January 1900

The People's Journal b p PICKENS S. C DOINGS OF THI GUNERAI, ASSISMBI4Y IMPORTAN r MEASUIRNS DEB&TED ti What the Law Makers Are Prepar- C Ing for the People--A IBuy hession C In Prospect. r t The following summary of leilsia- a tive action since our last issue wilt bt- I found interesting : a HIRING CONVICTS TO COUNTIES Mr. Liban fMauidin's bilt to prohi bit convicts from being lease fo " work on private farm8 created a lon discussion. Mr. Mauldin claimed that the pres ent law puts convict labor in com petition with honest and free labor He cited instances where men employ ing coravicts were taking contracts to grading streets and making brick witu. convict labor, while honest leborer were out of employment. Had ti# convicts not been let to private farm era they could not have been avai able for this contract work. H1e wt. opposed to convicts b-ing hired to any purpose. Our roads need improve ment. We have thousands of acres 'I swamp lands. which may be reclain ed. The-e are num...

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 February 1900

s~ . VL P PEEOPL E'S JORA _ VOL io.--NO. -. PICKENS S. C., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY , 1900. ONE DOLLAR A YEAR. THU FRT1141XR TAG TAX. A REDUCTION BY THE HOUSE. Th PrI'ilego Tax Cut Down to Fif leen Cents a Ton-Curtatling the licomo of Ulemeon College. Mr. Ashley's bill to reduce the tax on fertilizurb has passed the House, by which the privilege tax on fert'.izars will be reduced from 35 to 15 cents a ton, if tha Senate concurs. in speaking on the bill, Mr. Ashley contended tant tho fatrnert are tih only clius of people in the State w1n1.3h is taxed on a spocial commodity. R. was not right and not just. The time will come when the people will rise up and cut off this tax. He denied that the tax fell upon the producer, and said that the consumer paid this tax Ho had been waiting to get figures to show that this tax ona .ca _ ui, w_ 10 cents in Georgia. 1; did 114. p s Clemeon or any othcr State its.ttu Lion. But he was opposed to extrava gance. The boys who went there were not educate to b...

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 February 1900

T'e People's Journal. T. C. 109JINSON, Editor. isUBLISHED E\'lY THIURSDAY. Subscription One )ollar a Year JEnitered at the Post Oflico at PIckons as seco l.cioss matter. Tll Uh1) AY, Il. 1, 190. THE LEISLAT'UR11E. Tm.: JoumNA1, editor was disap pointed, and the subscribers will also be, that no member of the Pickens delegation in tho South Carolina general assembly favored us with i letter this week. So something must be said about the aetiigs and doings of tho law mak crs, now assembled in the State capuol. Thoro aro many things that impress n -- 'iiased observer 'Id proceedings ivo asseibly. thing for the I nize how thir con duet is being observod and com mented upon by the good poople wlho elected themi to their high and responsiblo positions. It was the pleasiro of Tru-: Jorn zzm. oditor to viit Columbia last wepk and to Call uIpont the Pickens delegation. These members stay together, and perfect harmony and good feeling exist amongr them. Pickens need not bo ashamed of her sena...

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 February 1900

The People's Journab Local and Porsonal. change in A, K. Park's wook. 8. L. 0. Lathem, is very ill iomo ncar Easloy. -The Groonvillo Daily Times suspended publicationi last woek. -Mrs. M. F. Hester and son, Wilton, visited in Calhoun this week. .-Miss Rotta Sitton, of Pendlo. ton, visited tho Missee Folger this week. -Miss Lillio Sitton, of PoileI6 toi, visited Miss Corrio Bruco this week. -Dr. W. F. Austin will be in Pickens February 6th, 7th and 8th 1000. -Miss Kittie White, of Ander oon, visited Mliss Molaneo Thorn ley this weok. -Bonnet Hill, of Old Pickens, wAs hero on business last week. He is as jolly ats ever. -Rpresentative Charles E. Rob inson camio homo last woek on a short leave of absonce. -You must read change in the advertisemont of MeFad and whOn in town call and seo him. -A very enjoyable (anco was had by the young poe3pt of town in Freemau's hall Fnday mght. -uno to towii Monday anid be present it th: ; n aroid and ,seu u io our new eio-. term. --Capt. F. 1. ill 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. — 1 February 1900

The People's Journal PICKENS S.C WILIb THE FARMERS LISTENI From The Cotton Plant. There is no doubt that the farmers of the South are standing just now at the parting of the ways, and upon thei their decision will depend to a great extent the policy and plans of a genc ration. Cotton has given them more money per pound than for any year in a decade, because the crop of last yeai was raised for less cost per pound, an hence theie was more clear money real ized. Besides the average farmer was na a better financial plight than he ha been for ten years, because he has beei practicing economy and raising his owl food crops for man and beast. Th, money brought by his cotton crop hi been more nearly a surplus than an; year since the inflated prices that pre vailed just after the war, when ever: thing was booming along that line and the contagion of going into deh took hold of the farming class and helh it in a firm grip for twenty years. Conditions are changed for the bel. ter, and nearly ...

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 February 1900

HE _EOPLE'SJOURNAL kOL :o.---NO. 2. PICKENS S. C., THURSDAY, FliBRUARY 8, ioo. ONE DOLLAR A YEAR. ASSASSINATION OF GOVERNOR-ULECT GOIEIBF1, POLITICAL CONSPILACY AND TIRAGEDY. The Democratic Leader of Kentucky Shot Through the Lungs While on la Way to the State House. William Goebel, the Democratic contestant for Governor of Keutiucky, was shot down and dangerously wound ed while walking the capitol grounds at Frankfort, Ky., on Tuesday, Jan. 30th. Senator Goebel was wounded by a rifle ball of small calibre, not over 38, which struck him in tno right lung, across the body in a diagonal line, passing out below the left shoulder blade. The vital organs were not in jureC, with the exception of the right lung. Mr. Goebel was on bis ways to the Senate chamber in cowpany with Col. .Jack Chihn and Warden 1,'p Lillard, of the Frankfort penitentiary. Mr. Lillard was a few feet, in advance of Goebel and Chinn, who were walking side by side, Goebel bcing on the right and China on the left. From...

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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