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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 14 December 1882

.4 -* ' VOL. IR..NO. 18 ' '* -r . ~ 9 4 .k * ~I~m ? I----- so _o iio t80 evaa ares 8540 haabieen @olleet-u 'ing a monument to 8en oo Qasette says the sofhea moninArlnaansthis IUI aa ger than evsr bejfore. '.1bea has over 8,000,000 acres of -land.,s.bjeet to entry un sted ad pte-emption laws. nad, Va., b fifty factorles, resentIog.a .capital. of, $4,000,00 ales for 1881 iggregated $11,250. the debt of Memphis is four and a millions and the Avalanche says it ng At the rate of $270,000 per e .1athern paper estimate that at sesit 100 cotton gins have burned thiy pbaion. Manyof the ros wereincen diary. The general local option petition hiaIoh Is to be presented to the Georgia Zaislature in a few days is 800 feet in ength. bill has been introduced in the 4 eorqia Legislature to require all the ..Ualihed voters In the State to register hfbre voting. A bill introduced in the Alabama Ligislature provides that the study of the laws of health be introduced into the.public schools. the North Ca...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 14 December 1882

on, .0 per annum, for si2 04ete; trl yi ei " itCe. Meanamts tuaerte l etne dollar per das Jueh er les f* , IA*tVM insertion et' Jbr ees suAequent insertion. 0unt wad to mnerchanto wnd others fw A s" nWoths or ty the year. Netees and Tibute. of Rcepect s derticem tte . Onsibates fire dollars, in ad 6Th. Penitentiary Board." Out teemeti contemporary, the New betty Ueald. in a recent editorial. made an attee ipon the Doard of Dire ecrs of the Pnte'tiry which we think should not go unsetised, inu the first. placp, the Herald assumes that the Board is h0e'il., to liehe Buperlntendent and has ithrown obstrnetions in the way 6; a more euccesful tntiagenii f the institution, by him. The fict is. Shee has never been a breaoh between the Board and the Superintendent, anid they hare worked together in hatrmony, ftor si. eA Interest of the inistitution ned the State, whiph is atbutindInly evidencved by the prosperout condition or the iistiototi for the last two- years. Why the f1e.alt should vo...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 14 December 1882

'*8lattownm, III * ~ ~ l5I oion~ "dthp butter tuken4 t*t~t 0 0 the a d % V ofc Mkew... WIht-Ox, "AUpt whicha appearn in tUuia dup.~nji around t.he eyet. indi jO10-116ROO. of wornofs' lw "WIVip4 .b hweniserctile post.. . 6 . a reo1Iable, agoous Al,. 4 *a i f4 t It111t ir o l le p 1 ,.!Jfil rilgot mof' AgrleuIk rL~qt~to UseL..gisaie. WO~ haa'U, It&-ro bees able It" giv'e it but U. t~tsrny exasusaeotioss, lout wo Id(Ige ~'~quu Wid ma anufacturinsg iter. Some. week%, 60 A negro wwnnaa I ~ ~~bbovil1~uaety atave Eirtli it) a +#,t~jdj Witb l')ur well duvoloped legs A-~g ais. LCrowdr 44 peopilt3 wilitej a~r4 ~~wk lauwobeen viisiting tis ~.hvmid the mother, Withl ian 60al'o usno, has taken to Llharg liv1( an adepim~sin tueI, teal Ct~IIs for wiuis. and five conts for colured. Ime Utisollints of thin C~icuitt lt4A. iheir quarterly ummeinin1gat this I''at fai O.i fssmsiig oil Izst Stat a rdzay th. Prvisiding older, deliverod Lw.' ,_dtx)&eermonA.0, oe0on Sataedsiy andI t~haar. and ~qe~Ie...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 14 December 1882

awaye towa Thus, when we N-4 of a enPPOCamp6 Ak the Irishmans itre of cessng the Red Sea,' in which wsks ble but the seatself, the being all drowned and the Is one by. S, as the reindeer - ooome to us, we had to go to topdoer, and ascertain by personal 00, not how many Iap&g to one A 'how any es go to one ywe be4t we thay, O a oun suggestive of a continent erumbled into an ocean n se, after an hour of which en IlVening eraise we suddenly perceive that the herd-which has been ng below us in a deep hollow-is owing signs of making for the mount aim again. There is not a monen to lose. While the rest of the party amt bush behind a rock, the Captain and I strip to our shirts and trousers and start off at full speed round the elbow of the ndge, to head the deer back. Down, up dow n ,*slashing through .gg roo, sprawling upon be& of wet heatier, with our breath commg in gasps and our hearts thumping like a hammer. At last I came out upon the higher end of the gully, with my bare fee...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 21 December 1882

~'~7M. D.VOT9 TO k A/TCS X'~aly E-C,02fADT H IIH& NEETO BY.Do *> ElAD LE ' on-;E S .CT UR D Y D C M ER2,I-~4 ~WsA reiooved by blgig litters in1 one and they say Minister has received nearly as iVah (Ga.) News predicts R&a mu anoney will be Invested in 4tn factories and cotton-seed oil asi the .South next year -as there ? escses have recently been patented aJ'ttlafor making red and white wines red pud .white beets, that are said be equal in every respect to many of ;e -wines of the grape. Exile for life, instead- of imprison 2nent, i the punishment decreed for Arabi Pasba. To save trouble no doubt hepIpaded guilty to the charge of re. hellion and was tentenced to death, and the sentence was commuted, The Board of Audit on the Garfield claipa have made the fowing allowaices to physiClani: Dr. Bliss, $6,500; Dr. Ffsnk Hamilton, $5,000; Dr. Agnew, $KOOl; Dr. Reynolds, $4,000; Dr. Doyn. a. $4,000; Mrs. Dr. Edqon, $8,000. -'The German government has resolved to extend the ordin...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 21 December 1882

It strictly in Avance. tI erted 41 ofe dollar.. per otichA r leefor the frst insertion te or ea4A -*sequenf inettion, 1, nt mnade to merchants and other,# W0for six months or by t Aear, bAetary Notices and rributes of Respect , ,gebr as advertisement.e neancAtg Cantidtes five dollare, in ad.. Politfoal Trials. The :at Supervisor of Registration of harlestot -Count wae t indicted an ther - 10tedt Stfotes Court for ejecting $ n' hr' io . 'United Sintes 'Marshals:- who had -tone thAre Ntotit -. ad'Trity, or requiest -NW I'he Supervisor. Two policemen of the city of Charleston, who ejected the United States Marshals, were also indicted with the Supervisor. The case was tried in CMumbia last week. and for once we desire to give Judge Ihnd credit of hearing a political case in a non-partisan spirit, C rnd giving also a non-partisai construction of ilhe law. The defendants were acquie ted, by direction of Judge Bond, who saidt. "Gentlemen, this is a case in which I have to say there does n...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 21 December 1882

cold '* I&W01hi Wa il a aArwas t A .hop piestL me6 a omiles* clear. ar .-b4 be e imok. I L n n0 . comes to f v everyi -hp,1 VA: dAelks at lo w p sg te cultomar y ru1le, no p' e beInAue~d next week, a nd 4u1 vil" and thle balance of w3 IV~ak Dis tmase. A . . Mcall, wife and 6h Id estoro Inst week. lr. N te114the mIee'tot thle ro Ma o mnd to pu UIPIN d It tht endsi hve re. isqned- a stIove 'in their neat T 'he Presbyteriana, u ~i r l rts of Miss Sue E - i s Ido Bendley, J will,,phave ono in their cehurch. tfdl of Eaneat W~orkersF (farMg. Church will give a ei-,k 'v0 at Slabrown A ca-demy Tuesday aft r Ch riot.rls. -The proceeds to be applied for the bnetfit of the A1rie'd, at tho resience of tep btrid Imother,- Mi e. Ford, Novem- h b),l-r 29th, 1882 by thei hev. A. P. idt eorg or. I. GlnnA Bogs o as Biaabtowud Aderso Tuntdy Byuthe sa, at te sidme oflace, h-ni 2th, insan, Mr. Jhn Ge. Wy.t P. "niduc aa Copnty. to Miss Mary ;I a \.4'r T. Mo1.al has justretnrn- P otm Iharleston where ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 21 December 1882

c~ p os abet 'A.W qWs olear upon me, dwman who buys meg N. and quiet, edmeek B 'are few, yet to work 0 the hlar ro reak. reulican oz ' Ihiliot fdarless I be; 0 wear arown, i would bring sad heel upon me. . arper's Mhasko. RONETA'S ORATITUDE. A luident of Viotorlo's Rald. It you ever visit Presidio County, Tex., You will be sure to hear of Lone Cotton. .op.1taneh and its hospitable owaer, JAMies .Daulton. It Is more than likely that some one will toll yW t6ii story. fer It is a favoite le on the rontier, aid has been re'atod around Ire cam#-^itre a hundred times by all sOrtol- trontier peoplo-soldiers, Mexi. 916w hunters, Indians, cowboys, miner3 and oogtrabandists. Presidio'is a roat stook county---the second largest in the State. 'bousands of cattle. sheep and goats roam about its fertile canyons and broad llanos. Two years ago there were not more than fifty people in Presidio. livingoutside of Fort Davis, the county seat and militarv post, Several attempts were made to settle this...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 4 January 1883

D EY1 I hD TO YOLI 'It s, MORALl1 Y, EDUCATION AND TO THE GENER L INTEREST OF THE COU vTKY. By D. F. BRADLEY & (0. PICKENS, S. C.,THURSDAY JANUARY 4, 1883. Vnt, xrT Nn . ,Ruhterford oonty, at noes, 'aghed 860 pounds net. A firy for making illuminating ad lubricating oil out of cotton seed has been started at New Orleans. Of sixty one prisoners working out ones in the chain-gang on the streets of Atlanta, tw'enty seven are women. An unusual amount of cotto remains unpicked in Alabama, and that picked and packed is being held by planters for better prices. The South Carolina Legisla ture has passed a bill raising the limit of interest on money to ten per cent. The limit heretofore has been seven pot cent. The New- Orleans street railway comn * pany have begun using a patent car atarter, which takes away the strain on a car mule and necessarily lightens its Ia bore. Mississippi has 1,479 manufacturing establishments, with a capital of $4,727, 600. They employ 0,827 persons, and pro...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 4 January 1883

nA,Y.'lT$AZT 41 1883. % on:1.150 per annum foreix enist. itreictly in advance. 40"ts o tne-n"ted al one doller per Df ai7ueA or less for the first insert.en " dente or e'eh aubsequent insertion. a.rdIseotmfMaia to merchant's and ,there Vtertisipg for is n;onths or by the year. 7 Obituary Notices and' Tributes of iespect eAr tgedfor as advcr(ieeese. ^;t ; nnouncig Candidatea five dollars, in ad A Mistak \ve noticed that the name f "D F. 1lrnd avof Piekens," was in the list of names ent tiom,?uud'o r by i -s Colum. b a icorrespondent, as an applicant for the po. sition-of one of the Railroad Co nmissioners, rovided for in the new Railroad law. This rsIM a mistake. We never spoke a word or wrote a line to Governor Thompson or any body else, soliciting or asking the appoint. nent, aud never had the remotest idea of being an "applicant" for the position. The Usury Law. It: looks like childs play for the Legisla ute to ffx the legal rate of interest at 7 per cent, but allow 10 percent to ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 4 January 1883

40 9 kilUed ,. at,ti de r r. the 0dl4le haim. W b> ,, F ho oge led eatOn his heat 'early.of. Coroner Kirksey n inquest, nat'iere was no po'f,oIu play whatever. "F 1.'ft'w-' '. John T. Prie of t + +lace, Jan es P. Cary w ho stud.. I&.e horefnd taught school one 4,. Welborn formerly %ltigty, but now of G.rcen, vil,, vvere all admitted to the bar by ' tapreme Court last month. All + v'- yo1t'g men have talent and ynw predict, for them a Ofu;l f\fture. 't,6ONALS,--Mr. James P. Cary r of the Saluda Argus, paid our a short visit, last Friday. Mr. (,it thinks probably ho may lo-. L, this place for the practice of He has many friends hero o think could do well prac his profession. M. M. Ken e, formerly a typo of this of. ut recently of tho Saluda Ar, hlid his relatives and friends a visit at this place, during mas. He is now in Georgia g relatives. Ftrank Foater of Greenville dliss Dixie, daughter of Hon. Berry, one of the present sentatives in the Legislature this County, wore happi...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 4 January 1883

all Ithese fosa landet1 es of the gnarled oak, 7~ emlook', swaying limb, eo wy l and shrubs, wake those to join s r on haronious hmn' r is not this thaprisitnas time, The i h Ohristmas time 1 t ong wate or, with faith subiio$ fa 00 snow i ath our ter human needs a erstood. , A robe faultless s Wa, A? w as angel-vestmetonts are, the poet's dronm; :.r tot the earth receive a King, t And thou 0 uos I a robe shalt ;ring race the happy welcoming. r 1 0 o CloudsI Through all ?he realms of air; and Night the world around, An elit overy where To peoples, lands--a Christ is born Vrevery race and creed A lving, symapathizing soul The very Christ they need; That this is now tho Christmas time, The loving, hopeful Uhristmas time, When want is sin and greed a crne: Beat fast I 0 throbbing leart I And yield I 0 stubborn WillI In Uod's good time, lie catne at last Love's mission to fulfill. * He came, with uleasant words and weys, The world's Redeemor, qost Gave manna to tho hungry soui, And to th...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 11 January 1883

DETOTED TQ rOLIr'ICI, MORALITY, EDUCATION AND TO THE UENER %L INTEREST OF THE COUNTHY. By D. F. BRADLEY & CO, PICKENS, S. C, THURSDAY, JANUARY 11 1883 VOL. XII. NO. 16. outh Carolina will hold a tobacc< fair at Durham. Out of 688 conviots in the Arkansai penteutiary but eighteen are women. Virginia spends $15,000,000 per yeai tor.spirituous and fermented liquors. At Toledo, Ark., Sallie Burns fatally stabbed her lover, Jeff Burns, of whom she was jealous. The total budget proyidig for the xpenses of New Orleans axed at $1,830,Q86. Denis Burns, of Pensacola, Fla., will enter into ostrich farminr, the birds to be procured in S.>uth Afrler. Alabama, has 1,919 miles railroad and the railroads furnish eleven per cent, of all ta'able property in the State. The contract for- dredging the Vicks bug, Miss., barber has been awarded and work will commence about January 15. The South Carolina Legifature ha ratified a proposed constitutional amend sment disfranchibing voters for min fe...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 11 January 1883

tr '( 1 ' "B AD EY.'Edit PICKEN0S OH,S.: a 3BDIAT &UARY7 11, 1883. SerPiption, $1.50 per rtnnur; fonlti t:}i1A, 7+ oenta; atritlly in advane. "lta tsementa tnserNd <rt one (?v1ar p+er .1,_0!{lr) of one 'kor less }br Iihe frat insertjon yl,'? Intt ts for euze+h ubsVripent insertion. Sildiscount trrsde to creat' and others srrtig e orth or by the year. rNotices and Tributea of Respect e for as rdvcrtisemcnts. 'neuncing Catxdidakea f oe dollart -in ad stock LaW Exemption. :t'he Legislature at its recent session % sed an Act for the exemrtion of town kliips or sections in corto;i coities from :to operat ion of the mtock,law upon cer. tain Condilio!is. TI.he counties to which the '-w applies are Pickens, Oconee, leiufort, c.-rendon, Georget own. Colleton, Chester d, Kershaw, Irarion, and W illiaushurg. 'he bill provides that upon the written ,"tition of not lems thnn one hundred free -Id volcre, of any section, not. less th1111 a S-.wnship in the counties n1ited inl the bill, the ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 11 January 1883

t es ao'? p ) pwill rs'de ihto company ar'A flaat 1883 Al 16.t: l ibd'.*ith some side -n' oards :ud cuts. Jl g4, of homes for the year "sti going on. Seoveral wagons o ith household an ; kitehon iutire pass through town almost. wy day. Lhe:To*n Council ought to buy kmbor of ducks and geose. M:i,t eet. furnishes fine sport for the b..footed tribe. The Gicornback ty hu ongaged them all, Esq. me of our subscribers are in ars fot their paper, and we ask n as n'favor to come forward and ,le wt.hout furth'r tic ice. gentleman was severely bittori Strange dog near Ea:sley Sta , reoently. . By tho- curious no is - of the dog it is feared the t'o was rabid. Lack Gowan, Colored. who was 6 to the- Penitentiary from this .uty fr a term of throe years for killing of Andy Anderson, died he Ponitetlit'-y of consmnlllption, ut-a month ago. ho newly :appointed Trial Jus of this County haave ' received - e of their appointments, and soon be qualified to "ho tl io e13 of justice eve"nly halanced," rce...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 11 January 1883

140 V* say many quaint Sti6144 too, there is a sort eo $eroing direotness with whi Paul, in a collection which he Just blished of "Clever Things r id b ,hildren," makes them too r lever b half. The afory of the board school stu dent who could not be made to under. staid the nature of a miracle, and who, instead of giving the answer expected from him, deolared that if he saw the moon shining in the daytime he should say it was the sun, and that if his master assured him it was not the sun he should say his master was drunk, appeared originally In an official report. The mingled dullness and ingenuity with whih children will sometimes throw new light on a question by their mode o answering it, is often very amusing. In order to explain in a strikingly intel ligible manner the necessity 'of regula. ting one's conduct, a school-master asks a boy what, when a watch sometimes goes too fast, sometimes too slow, the owner ought to do with it. "Sell it," replies the boy. The reputation for v...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 18 January 1883

Hi t ~ ' ," , w iil 5b R________eutiurL. DEVOTED TO YOLIrIC.4, zORAL1TY, EDUCATION &ND TO TOE GENER %L INTEREST OF TUE COUNTKY. By D. F. BRADLEY & Co, PICKENS, S. C THURSDAY, JANUARY 18,1883. VOL. XII. NO. _ iNW8 GLEANIVGs.. The new directory of Savannah, Gq., gves that city a population of over 40, 000. The Nashville Street Railway Com . pany havo reduced fa1e to two and one half cents per trip. All deadly weapons found on prison era in Memphis are thrown into the river by the officers. Savannah, Ga, has coritracted to have the city lighted by electricity, at an annual cost of $18,000. There were 466 more liquor salons in Georgia in 1881 than in 1882. 'There are still 2,517 saloons in the State. The census report shows that the mar ufacture of clothing is the greatest of all Industries-of course next to politics. A farmer living near Maplesville, Ala. has practically demonstrated the fact that fine rice can be grown in Alabama. The Hoosac tunnel has cost Massa ohusetts some...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 18 January 1883

4 4 UAR 1,18&. POKENB 0. oB . 0. o ' fo crN1 ption, 1.50 per annum foraix 9Ktohik,'t6 cente; strictly in advanee. Adis tiaemente tnserted ai one dollar per #quari of one Inch or less for the first insertion QWAfty cents jr veai vubsequent inscrlion. Liberal di+count maei a enert".unt: and others " deertisinj for sitotnlhs or by the year. Obituary Roe:es ma Tributes of Reanect charged fT as te+ecrlisemcnts Announcit g t?an-aidate 8fie dollars in ad once. The Usury Question. Senator Field in this issue of Ta Srs T[NBl., defines 6is 'Tslon on the usury law, and gives his reasons ir voting in favor of %he Act illowing ten insiesd of seven per cent. In the fil-st place we de sire to correct the quotation he makes fiom our article upon this question. lie quotes us as saying "Capitalist would lend his money at 10 per cent. isteatl of investing in property." 'hii is not a earrcct renota tion. What we said was this: "When capi talist can loan their money at 10 per cent they tue not. so a...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 18 January 1883

9 iplh of eodtl loohee (bitisca on :he t h instaYlt. e r turn thankb' i , Senator r 1 o. 'lPown, of 0eog4a, for a o6j @f-bis speech in the United { nu, "oe the civil service Sfre nb6Ba rtfa0t'ageit for do, avt*y 6g' and espelling worms from otb and 'adults is Shriner'e In. d0' rermlfuge, 25 cents a bottle. i t. Every' bottle guaranteed to ivO satisf'cotion. AN MPoAr6 QUIETIoN.-How mi'jy tiYNos have you suffered from ta ying-euten a little too much din ne of supper? Dyspuptics please tn swer. One do of Norman's Neu '#rsii'ng Cordial aftOM' each meal will cou'ntaract them bad effects. In the L'roatnon't of indigestion and 4 dyspelpsia trising from dofiuieit gasMtio secrut,ionts, it is unsulrpassod. Mrs. fltalinrla Paco, \vifo of W. F. Pace, 'died of dt'alisy ,and anthma, at the residbn., of her husbard, near this place, on Sunday the 7th ins tant, aged nearly thirty years. She wits a member of the I3aptist church and a devout Christian. he le:ive s, besides lhr do+con1oluate hush".:d ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 18 January 1883

, w'r Nr k &TING OF P004EOZIr S AND CAPTAIN B I 2E. (A. D. ia) In a, hallat Brontford, whentho Snulish "'qW the Indian Prncess, sutmmon9et e graces nilsht bo seen, . 4 di'rthe rumor of her beauty f!lod the ear o opurt and Queen. There for audience as she waited, with hal. scornful, stent air All ds by the splendor gleaming round Dight in brolored hoSo an' doublet, oanie a courtier down the stair. Aswith"Itrlding stop he hasted, burdened with the Queen's command. Loud he crles, in tones that tingled: "Wel Oome, wolcotno to my land I" But A tremor seized the Princess, and bsn drooped upon her hand. "Whatl no word, my Pooahontas? Must I como on bonded knee? Iwore slain within the forest, I were dead be yond the son, On the banksof wild Pamunkey Thad perished, but for thee. "Ah, I keep a heart -igh loA, that can never more forger, I can mocr 'e rush, the breathl;i.- I can see the eyelids wet; I can feel the sudden tightening of thino arms about me yet. "Nay look up. Thy father's dau...

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