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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 16 August 1883

I von1 have anything to sell ad vet . il, in Tita SENTINNEL. (o. 4t A. Thompson, of Wlalhal w, m in town last week on prow nar+. .l busincs. A ro ftrenco caso and a caso before '' i l ato Jtdge itw several )N, to towh Ii *teek. . . J. Norton was in town n t wi.ek on professional business. t!"a a yotlr turnip land- prepared 1t ooughly and sow plentifully of r nfruence preparing fora largo : 4nd oat crop. Sow your outs ll, don't wait until spring. .1 '!"rs. Griffin and Morris, of this i'lwo t hrashed over uleven thous" thels of gain this season, h<' rousand of which was wheat A prutranted meeting was held (t Tubor BaptistChurch neat' last week and one convert 'Atised on last Sunday. TI adies of this place have real f r the bonefit of the Presby, .111hurchi, about 840.00 within i;r month, from the sale of ice lemonade and cakes. ave been hA"tmed by Mr. -)k, proprietor of Caesar's i at the road ftbm Pickens to t h, we has been worked and is 1,ling condition. Sunday School Celebration...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 16 August 1883

MY ITTLE BO Y .ASLEEP. Just now I miued from the hall and stiir A joyful trblo that 1iad*wn'. As dear to me as that grave toue That tells the world my older care. - And little footsteps on the floor Were st yed. I laid aside my pen, Forgot my theme, and listened-then Stole softly to the library door. No sigh ! no sound !-a moment's freak, Of fancy thrilled my pulses through; "If-no" and yet the fancy drew A father's blood from heart and cheek. And then-I found him. There ho lay, Surprised by slop, caught in the act, The rosy vandals who had sacked His little town and thought it pay. The shattered vase, the broken jar; A match still smonldering on the floor; The inkstand's purple pool of gore; ''he chessmen scattered near and far; Strewn leaves of albums lightly pressed This wicked "Baby of the Woods;" Tn fact, of half the ioIulhl goods This son and heir was seized-possessed. 1et all In vain, for sleep had caught '1ho hand that reached, the feet that strayed; And fallen in that ambus...

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. — 23 August 1883

II 4~ t' -orLITII , 3101Au 1Y, FJULCm7ION AND TO T' U I {N L IN17;Rrsr or Tar, CoUUr1'tr . y D. F. BRADLEY & 00. PICKENS, S. C, Ti U.RSD)AY, AUGUST 23, 1883 VOL. XI NO GENERAL NEWS. ONE hundrcd alnd six llouscovea been erected at Cullnu, Ala., within the last six months. MEUrnIs has ten cotton-seed oil 1ills. TUE grain and packago elevator at Memphis, Tenn., covers sevou acres of gr-und. 'LOnIDA has sevenry-one ncwspapors. COL,tiONI9N county, Miss., will raise the largest corn crop this year since the var. Wlr xEs county, On., vOted on the st ck law last week, and gave a majority of seventy for "uo fence." WORK on the Birmuinghamn cotton fac tory is progressing very satisfactorily. It will be completed in lI few weeks. AN organ factory has bcen discovered in Athens, ''enn., which turns out instru mnonts that conparo favorably with thoso made elsewhere. 'I'lE porcelain works in Augusta cotn ty, Va., have commenced operations, and goods e(111a1 to any over moale are nlilcd (ut in ...

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. — 23 August 1883

N T SENTINE, D. F DRADLEY,Btei NNCKEN8 Q,., 8. C.: TEUR'TBA', A UVGST 2, 1883. TERMS :. 7or substription, $1.50 ptr annum fbt>tix urtenths, 75 cents; strictly in advante Adve-insments Inserted at ote -*dttr 7'r S tIdre ofree itte or li,s fr w?r Jiat insertion etneJ,fftg cents Jt ttele stubseqWent ins'ertion. ,i&eraldisecount made to merchants nvrd others advertisiny for six months or by the e'ar. Obituary Notices and Tributes of Respect chat,rdfor as advertisements A 4ero ' w 4,didate fet e 4e dar s t -ed ance S'enaf,or bAfititon. IT has been given out, heretofore and gonerally understood by the people of the lfate, that Senator llIiam)to would decline a re-election to the United States denate. Btut now it is given out on "good author. ity" that while he would prefer to retire from public life and devote the balance of his days to private affairs, he is, neverthe less, at the sefvice of the people and will serve them as long as they demand his services, If 1envator ilampton d...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 23 August 1883

if 3 CAIn IF1EMtf. t a rivil of the daily mail from -, getting to be very much h ,d 3'hodule timo recen%ly. .Ira distilleries hav toen'fotn'd nuv in the mountains- -b6mo o'f o: o said to hh'dd tid?n 'put ui ot h nig ht bofo'i'. t w , era of all 'te'ominations, :11 oor a favol 'by gqig us the , .; of th'e %16tractod Mootingli i by them. protracted meeting recent at Carmel church, there r additions to the member f 'ie 'hdl'sh, ,htoo by f6tW o,i 'ion examination-. Sunday is thq t't'' Wh1'cay "ching in the i"esbytorian t this ptht'. As heretofore . i od, the meting will be pro. r' and-the Rev. J. P. Marion, < wood, will likely assist Dr. the meeting. -y interesting prot'aotod C was hold at Ut11 'church )k, condn'tted by hove El, )wn and Ui1ild. There Wore !i'oh '.'0 the church, and 't''ost manfostod by the Yn'ra'lly \Wh'o attended the ay of last 'ecfC-, Nro'y g"lod in soni boeti'Ons of this %V ithin lIs 0A )n a mile of o, both North aWh, %nth, us fell, but none of it foll at e, until...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 23 August 1883

PAPER BA1LRAOD TIES. - Ap 'Iivea. which, It t Baid,i will Have Anerican Forests. [From the Now York Sun.] A tall man, with sharp features and a thoughtful air, sat in a small study, and gazed gravely at a brown object that lay qi at his feet. at "It is a paper railroad cross tie," he said. it The reporter lifted it with some dii. 11 culty. It was of very close .ibro, and so di' highly polished that it resembled rose wood. Its inventor tapped it with his br nail, and said: "It doesn't look much h like paper, does it ?" "It seems more like iron. Is it pos- P" sible that it is na(le of paper ?" "Olt, yes; almost anything can now be made of paper. A paper ball can be rendered so solid that nothing will indent it bit a diamond tool. Car 01 wheels are now made of paper. Its strength is astonishing. You can sus pend :;39 potumda from a Bank of Eng iand note and it will not part. Bath i tubs, pots, plat:s, knives, forks, cooking It stoves, printing presses, steam engines, andc chimneys are ...

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. — 30 August 1883

the W oach twir tee at 1)1.1U'lED TO 1'OLIT[(F, MOlRAt I Y, EDUCA110N AND TO '' E GENERAL IN 1'Eit.S' OF TIdE OUIN 1'Yt outer nty- -.:W By D. F. F2ADLEY & 00. PICKENS, S. C, TIIURSI)AY, A UG UST 0, 1883. VOL. XII. NO 49. VO.scoben GENERAL NEW WIF E-BEATEls are given a jol) 01 ohaingaug in (lorgia-ono year for chastisement. "Two-DOLLAR Bluff' is the naan' ( to a village recently lccatcd en Ii river, Fla. A ;,to tree at Micnnopy, Fla., 1 f i t L -ishels of figs every year. 'I'i llinois Central railroad 1411 Water Valley, Miss., are turning four twenty-ton ccal cars every tw four hours. Pr is reported fr< a E In Fr1m that. in the list tenl years 06.000 worth of opium lui-a I cen sinugglcd that port. FonTY-THnEi cities an1d towns in as anssmned sep.rate control of t schools anid will conduct them indep out of State system. Till (1e1aun carp sent to Florid the Fish Commlission delcs not thriN the everplai'.. The Alligators s them to deathtl and the turtles eat ill A MININo ecpllan...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 30 August 1883

THE SEN TIN EL, D. F 3RADLEY,9ditor IUI NS C. II.. S C.: THURSDA?, AUGUST 30, 1883. Th3 Ta.iff-Intornal Taxation should be Abolished. There has been a good deal said in Sotill Carolina about "Frco Tr:ade" and "I'o Ptection" recently, especially since the in. ten!ion of Congresaman Dibble and Timlannn to support Randall for Speaker of tho next i.ouse has been nlle pitblic, Tht Tarifl is nn itricnte question nild requtres much sidy to be understood. We doubt it one halt the Congressmen understand it in all is henrin(^ 'pen the Government and the penp'e. The Vc V sttdly puhlio ques" lions the more nre we convltecd that states innnship i': lollnided on a common sense, proclical view of thingi, and not. on theor. ies which bok philosophers work out from p.'ii'es triginnlly sound so far as they go, 1 Itt whlich are not. applicable, on neconnt o o:her prine'pnls equtlly sound which ani In,l sight of by these theorist.. Frcetrnde means of course direct tnxatiot which would crash us of tile ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 30 August 1883

- j A)CA L ITMtJ. Thoo 1r1 a11 couplo of young 1aiL tli"e- tn Liberty townshIp who, it is nti.l. "<i 't milk a (Ow. Lookout Wi lio Watrnock who first lonrned ti I ih k type in the SENTINF.U offic wa: in town last wook. Ito is now w.ottkit in Atlanta, and we w sh ~ a a bundant, succoss wherover his mo y be eaww,. > Chitrles Itopor, an agod Bip. 1 - -i nistor, diod at, his 1'aidmonu 1. the Si* Milo reIghborhood in :, l4'ontj', ons the 20th inst., after 1h, H ilinoss. Ho was an honest,, Sh' in oti'son, and commanded the etpi and confidonco of all who h;w b.6 im. hlis romains woro in "n 1" , Glassy Mountainl Jhurch day altor hits death. A i.IC days prot,roctud mecting wa nI" .r e ntly hold at Griffin IB;ptilt - h II I I" cotdIn ted by the limstu'r, . . 1,. Jon.o-, assist,od by the t !ld(el', 511nmmns and 'roo . ''huib tVas nlch int crest S d(0(1 ill tho meeting ai a ork va t done. 'Ihuro wol o m : d(;tions to the church, h 1 by experienco alld one by M.ou. %i . 11. Owen, recently ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 30 August 1883

A 1VISA MAIV'S FO.RTUNE. Yon oau't surmise My great surprise Who firbt time that I advertiaed. Rlight aftcr nice They formed in line Cuztotuers and old friends of mine. All onger to buy, For the reason why, That I was wiso To advertise. I do sutpposo We rlhall disposo Of all the goods in store. In this ovont I am bound to rent My neighbor's house next door. You n'ay take the hint, If you vant a mint Of 11101 y, be, 1; I was, wise, And go to the press and advertise. PER VEl SITY OF P ARtTNERc BY WILTON DUI1TON, "1Tow you comin' on dozo days, Mars 3immuie?" "Pretity well, Uncle Toby." "Looks liko you got a powerful sigl: o' stintl in dia yer sto'." "Well, yes; we have a large stook goods-more than we shall over sell, 1'i nfraid." The speakers were a merchant and h former tlave. The latter hand walked t lie ack part of the store, and, with tb air of one that feels himself a privilege ctharacter, had taken a seat unbiddon I the best chair by the fire. The appearance of the store justifi...

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. — 6 September 1883

Di-VOIED TQ POLITIU, MO LII Y, EDUC1 IN ANI) TO TME 0ENERAL 11TERE14- O' THE COUNFCY. By D. F. BRADLEY & 00. PICKENS, S. C, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1883. VOL. XII. NO. 50. GENERAL NEWS. MALAoA grapes are suocesafully grown in Hillsboro ecunty, Fla. Tim populatin of Chattanecq a is said to be 20,66. EIHrTr cents per huntred, ih the prico offered for gocd limes in Jacksonville, Florida. Fury-rrva thousand dollars worth of sponge wpre suld at Key We st, Flo., las Monday. Eior and three-quarter million dol lors is the valuation of property in Flor ida for 1888, an increase of four millions oveY .met year. VIcanUno, Miss., wells sunk about 260 feet reach the gulf level and an abundance of excellent water, with fhie sand and sea shells is found. Ti Chrlestou, C., News and Cou rier reports great injury -to the cotton by drouth and greater injury threatening upland crop. SOUTH CAROLINA, according to the cen eus, is the mest illiterate state, 48.2 per cent of the population being unable t...

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. — 6 September 1883

TIE SENTINELe D. F BRADLEY.tirt PICQKEN rA X,,.". T I Rt ' E? T, 8, 1883, T -.-. - lt o"nr 1f' r|pfion. 1 1 ; 0 $ - 'c lNIm /r*ix T%ortnth,. 7.5 , ntl: fre' +y in rrrlttifr :ld.fir ti nr: frti:rl al one b Pt pi' . toqutar ',l,' ltth .n Ir.tforlltr Ihe i netoft -t w".'F."'.v " - -'.a ' '. ' " ijo' ii' i't7tut . ,iler, :.l|."- "u,frdi I entf-t 1uirtnl others 4 , r -4,i : ",, r- "rn . .a or ?,. the yveWt-. O!l.rit,rrt A nfi ' m tf'iIN/a } f7"r' t er ch: r ,..- :! 'f'' ''' 'n' a 4 -1"' t; (1 r i -1ollars in rd fnce Deputy Collector Ensor :Denies the Charges. I)epty Ct,llectur .1. F.. Ensor, in a cnrd in the Greriville .,etre, of 'ithe 30th tilt. rtuiittly deniect the chnr ges brought by us ugain-s the iieveimt' force in this Co"Nty U)r i'ynr contries the article to have >efertgt' 't" aK cpoy colleot-orri StottrPe , llodgtt andl hin-elf--One are all-. We will asnire lIr. EInsor that the artice wats nt ittended to apply to ei.ther of the gentletnen mentioned, htt 'to 1te contrary we wi...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 6 September 1883

1 OCAti 1 33DMP. % a jor Cl ild's brick 6aw office is g i>;Up tr 1% %I iss Seebant Whnlthalla is visiting th iinily of Dr. Rileoy of this pisae. N.v cotton is f nitng its Wa to sl.,krktt' pidly. Greonvillo had her isr;t bale last week. M . Thornloy hite 'returned hom ,ter a ta.santt ViL t i taml3' ' 1.1 ev. J. MgA. in ,' .v I1ico of 'Florida, two children -It," ils step da'Oghter, Miss Gillam art: visiting the 'tiA'nilly ''t' Dr. Riley ot t his pla1o. nho South Carolina Presbyto-y \i! convone at Townvillo on Wed siCdlay before the third Sabbath of 1 hk month. M rs. Brooks and *iib nukoR, 'Of hhelvillo county, A'visiting t t ,mmil -1 of Mr. Vv. A. McCaslan of ')t6. ra. Brooks is a s'stur . rs. McCasaii, anid Miss Dukes, a siece of thebo ladivb T'o Piedmont, Institute opened mio 5th imstant with a full corps -<mpet,ont teachers. This I nsti s :lfo rdls every -ftdrah1 oif pr io-.. .g a first,'dla dAt i'K6tih and We to see it vell )ati'onited. were plonsed t.o moet in our i last M...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 6 September 1883

rN1 TE JOKERS' BUDGEr. WIhAT WE FIND IN TIIE HUIOIROUS PAPEIIS. GLAD TO SEE HIM. A young man in a far Western town n met a lady on the street who was t from the same Fastern town he was, t but who had never treated him very cor- n dially at home. She vas glad to see ( him, and rushed at him with: ft "How do you do? I'm awful glad to l see you. When did you come? How o are all the folks?" "Very well, thank you. I cane in--" I "Well, I'm so glad to see you," she a interrupted impet11ou1sly. "You know, c I never knew you very well in S-- , but ii I get so homesick out h1ere that I'm glad d to see even a log, if it comes from the h dear old place. "--Drumn:e r. 1i HAD TO (10 ON. t In the panicky days of 1872 a Ba,lt, norean wont to a trusted friend an t asked his advice in regard to failing. and affecting a cheap settlement wit l4 his creditors. 8 "What are your liabilities ?" wai r asked. "About $2,000." 1 "And your assets ?" s "Oh, I'm worth about $50,000." "And how much do you hope t...

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. — 13 September 1883

Shre -k-e-srUebUt DI.VOED TO 'OLITIi:P MO 4Li1Y, EDUctION AN1 TQ T'3E ENER&L INI'ERENr O1 TIE (QUN rY. By D. F. BRADLEY & 00. PICKENS, S. C , TIIURSI)AY, SEPTEMBER 13, 188. OL. XII. NO. 5 GENERAL NEWS. They are making flour out of poanuts in Virginia. The drouth is killing great numbers of cattle in some parts of Texas. Large beds of phosphate have boon discovorod in Dulpin and Pender coun ties, North Carolina. Tho porcelain works in Augusta Coun ty, Va., have commenced operations, and goods equal to any ever mado are turned out in large quantities. 'J.'horo aro now 48,019 post-(flicc' in United States. The number of post offices has increased forty per cent. H11ce 1876. There are eighty-four eigar factories in Key West and all hands couistantly employed. The drouth has about spoiled the cot ton crop of South Carolina. The up land crop is estimated at three-fourths, and the Seat Island at still less. A Northern company is negotisting for t11o purcleso of the Magruder mine in...

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. — 13 September 1883

TH E' SENTINEL. D. F BRADLEY .Editor PICKENS C. II.,S. C.: THUR'tAY SEPT.13, 183. TERMS : bor subscription , $1.50 per annnt forsix >nths. 75 cents; strictly in advance Adve tisentents Inserted al one dollar per "!ar3 of one iuc h or less for the first insertion ad fifty cents for each subesrtuent insertion. iberal lisconit natne to merciant.- and others vorrtising for s'x monhs or by the year. Obaary Notice, an'l Tri/utes of Respect arged"for as ai/vertisemcnts 4 onouncing Candidate -Jive dollars in ad snce C-ill for hieeting of Farmers. We me rqiuested to tt-k the farmers of ickens Couttnty to 'teet at this place on uesday of Court week, the 18th instant, ir the purpose of utniting in an effort to P'ctre from the guano ccnpanies such re uction on guano debts as they can nifford o make. Tl'h'o disntrous results of the lrouth, it is very reasonably claited, .:ustity such a request. It is hoped all who can will Dttend the meet'ng. The proposed action is to be sit, ly a request and...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 13 September 1883

! "CJCAI. T 1rl s I"r 1 'ank apSrpcatione to appe boore ltoard of Examiners for a )llMwion to-Citadel Acadomy, ail to W1 . 31. iiaalianur Qhairi'ht) Uuu y 1 rru-d of Exit'ierb 'T11 Pied,noit Institppto 'op'en hot* ' Wrlineday with 60 scob uni thI , riumber ran up to 70 Frida. Twenty d' tenrd addit'or hob1 aare expo'tdd 't:h1i week al thu 1)Ilher will soon "reatb one hu dred om more. .1):. U?lOy p)rokohed at Mt,[. Pleon i , on at, Siit'tlrday in the for n4o1Pn a41 at night, and on Sund" There were nine adt ',Io (le church. Dr. Iiluy 4>rn1 a oblo work for his clhurc in t; m- etion and his hands t;'iO1 h h , I, by the flock t o ver w hi h' 4 i 'go P. IY, Nl wo'll '66ndhCted pr ., d meeting t i D:Icu1vi ", the riii of wh ich w ditiunrt t.o the chulrch. L work go on in all he cht 110 County. I attent,ion to the law Ca 1 llyt,bo, Mayfluid and Rlo liclh appurM in this ir'szl Ips e1PH8so1 good legal ti M, Robinson, wo are glad 1 4 loonted at this pa1)I1c an n Ian ou(i: 1 i tho Cotonr A. ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 13 September 1883

r 4S'err(ad thoro stands a wal hands, i n netrable, baro e. an uInkiown land, and all t he pathb men plud lead to it and end th( ,% an, acoording to his humor, paints Ontht bbro wall strango landscapes ( or bright, rcoplod with forms of ' fiends or forms rIt epair or Edens of delight, oellows, "Tremble !" or, "ojoi< r ocries, 'For lo ! the land beyou unesecnt to his voice oos from that 1>alnted wall respi ; t4rtOv anld then with (;acrilegious llamd one wipes off those painted landEc; all, iering, "0 fools and sWow to understan : ;" hold your bourne-the impenetrable wi YWhereat an eager, angered crowd exclaimi "Better than you dead wall, though pale faint, Our faded Ede'ns. ' Better fiends and flame B3y Faney painted in her coarsest paint "On the blind, bald. unquestionable faco Of that qbstruction than its cold, uniclul Untetlltous emptiness, without a traco Of any prospeot either good or bad t" And rtraight way the old work begins aga Of l'icturu >ainting. And men shout, c...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 13 September 1883

ZC r t V'Z.'W. l a 4 every fad thero standt( a wall - '4 hands, i nrc notrable, baro -;~ dti lies an ulaknown land, and all - " _ To paths men pled load to it and end thore. oh nian, acoording to his humor, pahits On'thit bbro wall strango landscapes dark or bright, rcopled with forms of fienda or forms of spair or Edens of delight. 4ho't 4 efollowg, "Trfiblo !" or, "Rejoice I" ot r cries, "F, !o ; the land boyondI" e4quicscent to him voice oos from that l'ainted wall rcepond. tow"and then nith Facrilrgioust hand n 0110 wilpes off those palintt .jlndcapes .itttring, "O fools and s'ow to understand behold your bourne--the ipenetrable wall!" \Vhereat an eager, angered crowd exclaims: "i3ettor than you dead wall, though pale and faint, Our faded Edeis. Better fiends and flames By Fancy painted in her coarsest paint "On the blind, bald. unquestionable faco Of that qbstruction thati its cold, unclad, Uncallout emptiness, without a trtco Of any prospect either good or bad I" And straight ...

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. — 20 September 1883

DE'VOTED TO 1'OLITICF MOIKALnlY I:'UU.UI'ON AND) TO T'.E GENElIRL INTREilSC OF Te CONI By DF.BALY& C0. PICK ENS, S. C, THURSDAY, SEPTEMIBER 20,1883..VO XTr_ n : bE TO FACE WITH'DEATR. e read to ad Thbv ives Ia gpat catastresske. = lliitng is more ouriois than the fa g $s one of a oowd, seems tc tore #errible to a :llt than simply g his own indlidual "death. Un ionably there seems to be no kind tt tleath more dreaded by men thau 'her from sudden catastrophic 4j. 4i~ aat of the ping Theat.ro at 'ina and that of the Olyde, for in. a a0-.qr (rom pestilence. No doubi i pereetly true that death cannot uc 11ared in the same sense in which n iril. Or a pleasure can be shared; you gltlot, I all probability, be conscious i'the strength of companionship after 'o begins to flicker low, nor are there gJ6ve one or two people in the world ilh whom most men would covet the Pnse of companionship in such a mo .uent as that of death. Still it is some avhat curious that death on a graid scale alway...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
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