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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 20 November 1884

r , Quaker prdaoher, *ill y "y , tthle place on the night of the histapit ii h Vebti Cooper, agedabout4 years, dl.fd o typhoid fever, at her -home four '. ' e miles north of this place on the 1Dth instant. *r James Boggs, an aged and highly respectable citizen, died of paralysos at 4 his 4 le .in Central township in this OOujy on the 18th instant. e attention of our readers is called o the advertisement of McMahan & GwInn. They are solid men and mean jst what they say. Governor Thompson has ordered an eleotion on Monday, 24th of November, In the 4th Clokgreesioual District, to fill the vacancy for the unexpired term of thlate Hon. John H. Evins, deceased. The smoke in this section has boon very dense for several days past, so much so that the sun soarcely shines on the earth, and it appears as though you wore looking at it through smoked glass. There must be tremendous forest firoi "bmewhere. Jotpe of our people are sowing wheat and some are still waiting for rain. It is our8pin...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 20 November 1884

A E' 1 I~z 1 -' ?i1A1'8 L"tIOrIft. 1" lko O>retl Cantass of New York Alsoost Cpipleted and Clevolsawds Plua,i3y of Ov.r Tw.ve Hunirod BonaIns U 5baken W $aNGTON, November 11-9.80 M-At this hour reports from ounty boards of thirty counties of Tw- York State, north of the Harlem or nr ke changes in the figures n the New York " imesand ths 8un, the not result of which is to ditinish Blaine's nur.alities as given in both papers. Taking the Times' .able as published on Sunday as a basia, the not loss to Blaine is 54. All of the changes noted in these reports are in counties which gave majorities for Blaine. No changes have thus far been made in the published majorities for Cleveland. The following are the counties embraced in the above state Inent: Alleghany, Caruaga, Chautau qua, Clinton, Essex, Livingston, Ful ton and Hamilton (one county), ler kimer, Lewis, Madison, Montgomery, Oneidaga Orlans, Oswego, Otsego, Pntnain, itenssalear, lockland, Sara toga, Schenectady. Schoharle, Senec...

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. — 27 November 1884

i a t f: i 1 r Ai f ai ' ' .." , :. a , Y, Y $ ,. 'r. t k 0410, A 404 VOL. XIV. PICKENS, S. C., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 27 Cleopatra. Dea!h lurked in the velvet of ler cheek, Ano !n the myriad tangles of her hair, And in her eyes, whic h drew men to des. pair, And on her lips, whose thrill mado strong men weak. Yoa, tll the honeyed accents she did speak To men, death-liden wore- but unaware Elnwrapt they listenled, heeding not tho snare Which caught their manhood in wild pas sion's frenk. Iravo Antony i whono'er 1 pause to think Of 1l-thou wert,and all thou nigbt'At havo beon, Thy roulenmeshed and over on the brink Ot cnreloss woe, whe bound by Egypt's - Queen Fromu tears of pity I can toarce refrain That in h -r arus did melt such soul and brain The Playmate Hours. Dawn lingers sitei' in the shado of night, Till on the glonming llncby's laughter rings. :Then snriling day awakes. and open flings Her goldon <doors, to sperd tho shining flight Of restless hours, gay chiliren of the ligh...

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. — 27 November 1884

S eCO.. PaornIRsons. o ENSa0. 8. C.: NOVlMDER 27, 1884. I btiesof'the Driaconate. 33r*$11t11$'.CAn. [coNoLunIan.) There is no common fund in the church st their support, but their temporal 't ;ts shoild be looked after. It is the 4y of tlhe Irethren of the church to ontribitte to, these wants. Thoe who reblasled with this world's goods should pe'n?;ter' hearts dud exercise charity. '1lieri'd here a better field for its of dee thi toward the poor, the a he needy of their own faith tff ion, trouble and pov b mbn to realize their f b eeek that richep :aken away. F' 3log the wa frequent' by it acre notify.. dhe duty of .1is class of the at their wants are. are, he should take oef. Hif duty, thon, to vofold. First, if the church to distribute tiom with discre. 1 and prudence. Socond, if there is 1o fund for this purpose, it is his duty o rtiao it. In the next place we remark that from he example and arguments above useil ve can clearly deduce the conclusion that )eaeons are to look after...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 27 November 1884

T Vt as oome at last and noy r wheat sowing with a rush. Rev. B. Holde.t will prerfgh at Pleasant Hill on first Sunday gnd Saturday before in December. General indrew Jackson in 1832 had 219 votes in the Electoral College. (Iro ver Cleveland has that number in 1884. Mr. J., B. . Clyde, our efficient County Auditor, has purchased Mr. E. P. Tay lor's residence in this place and will come to town with his family to live. The Legislature motlast Tuesday. The Bjpkeus Representatives went down on Monday and were promptly at their posts to give their counsel and influence to the cause of wise and wholesome Legislation. Mins Maggie Simpson, daughter of Col. B. W. Simpson of Pendleton, and a most charming and cultivated young lady, is visiting the Misses Lewis of this place. Mrs. Harris, daughter of Capt. Hol lingsworth of this place, left here on last Wednesday to join her husband, Prof. Harris, near San Antonio, Texas. Prof. Harris is President of a flourishing Insti tution of learning in ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 27 November 1884

< VIOLENT SBPIENC AOAINST - TIE SOLID SOUTH. V 'he Defeated os.didato Boasts to Ills Fpllow Republicans of how Near lie was to Victory--Ie Ignores the Millions of Northern Ienocrals. A large numiber of personal and po litical friends of' Blaine seneraded Iim a Augusta, 1MIe., on Tuesday evening as .lln expression of persolnal good w11I and admiral ion of his conduct of national canpaign. They marched through th'e streets under the mainruhal ship of Col Frank Nye. When they reached Blaine's house their con.uli nents and friendly regxards were , x pressed inl a speech by Ilerbert 'l. Heath, of the Kennebec bar. Blaine responded a-s tollows, his speech being continually interrupted by applause. Fhlends and neighbors, thc national e ptest is over, and by the. narrowest oT 11argins we have lost. I thank you for your call, which, it not one of Jgyous conlgratulations, is one 1 81i itre of confience andt(] of sa)guine hope for the tuture. I thand you for the public opportunity yOU UiVC ...

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. — 4 December 1884

r r 4 VOL, Xl' 13ereft. rouch with thy virgin lip theso flowers,',. twino Thom in thy hair and lay them on t.. breast. Among them thou wilt weave this heart of mine, And near thine own it lovingly miy rest. Thus, for an hour, my bliss shal be supreme: And, dreaming in thy smile, I may forgot That as these flowers fade so ends my dream, So fades my hope, and thou hast no regret.' Ye blossoms purel return her stainless kiss; f Your fragrant breath give to her sweeter si g h; Her haughty soul entrance till radiant bliss Reveals the love-look in her joyful eyes. o cruol maid! cold art thou as one dead I With whom my lovo eternal lioth urned. Thou vanished start whose light my spirit. Dpt not a spark of all Its warmth returned.j Seone day, perobance, in dreams thou wilt red~ call A sweet remembrance of ny love and we.: And say, "I was his queen and ho my tbrall.: My knightly lover in the long ago.' These parting flowers-then but a faded: wreath The emblem of my withored heart will bot Th...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 4 December 1884

.. .0111 Ab cion and Au .lelalties free At or a Law. .t bill has been introdet ,.slature to repeal the lien .bill ham been int,roduced at sion sinc0 1876. At one so.i ion . passed but was not to take eifet . about twelve months after it,s pa iage. l the mean time the) Legislature reai. wblod again and ro-enacted the law be ro the ropealing act had ti.no to go into offeet. Ever since that tine those flvor ing the repeal of the law have been in the minority in that body, though we he lieve a very largo majority of the peoplte are opposed to the law. It has lho,i 1 since nerved it-i purrtse, if it ever 1-ad e oi, and should be wiped out from our statute books. It wav enacted iniluedi atoly after the war for the purpose of en abling our farmers to procure supplies with w:oh to make a crop. They were broken up by the results of the w,ar, and had nothing upon whioh to base a rodit. In this extremity the Legi-dature cane to their relief and enacted the lien law. Then the sharpers who had m...

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. — 4 December 1884

It iin phl offioe h,.)! -I Miss Sue ! ., visiting relatr . f t ; , City. We call atteution ; t of the Hamilton Aea Pes in this issue. Hon. J. E. Bogge, 1i.' from this county has ben ec .> Chairman of the Committee on Li. Acts. The Perche'ron Horse Company had a very fine stallion on exhibition at this place on last Monday. The horse drew a large crowd and was very much admir ed by all who saw him. Dr. Riley preached a very interesting and instruofive sermon in the Presbyteri an ohurci .t this plao on Thanksgiving day. Mrs Elizabeth Young, aged 80 years, died at her home in Eastatoe township in this County on the 24th ult. Mr. J. D. Holder of this County was married to Miss Florence King of Ouonee county on 26th ult, the Rev. Mr. Stone officiating. Mrs Brazoale, wife of Mr. Smith Bra zeale, died in Greenville county on the 1 24th- ult. She was buried at Georgo's Creek church in this County. We will again remind those who are in E arrears to Tun SENTINEL that we need t the money an...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 4 December 1884

TI '.Ilouse met to-ma, . C. I . Simontoi was electedl tenyt., ry Speaker, whoadministered the oatl of ofilco to the mom hers. Jams Simons, of Charleston",, wa unanmoutly re-clected Speaker, and :I committee of three appointed to inforin him of his election and Conduict him t, his seat. 1ie returned his thanks Ito the (listinguished honor con ercred, inl feeling amd apt ropriate speech. John T. Sloan, Sr., was unanimous ly re-elected Clerk of the House. J. D. Brown was re-elected Ser geant-at-Arms. R. M. Anderson was unanimousl re-elected Reading Clerk. A message was then sent to his Ex sellency the .Governor, inforlnming hil that the IHouse had organized amid Wn ready to receive any comm1nnuuicat imo front him, who replied that. he wouh cominaiiettte with the Iloase to-m1or. row at 1 p. in. Wednesday, November 10o. SENATE. Mr. J. G. llack, the newlv electe Senator from York, and Mlr. 1E. I Bobo, the newly elected Senator from Spartanburg, took the oath of ofilce. Mr. Smythe, in beha...

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. — 11 December 1884

PICKENS, S. C., T.HURSDAY, DECEMIBEI 11D 84 ni - A Boy's Conclusion. If I had a coch antd horses eight, I would choose to ride on the farm-yard rate; The big, red gate, with its ilvo strong bars, The tippiest-topinost tip to he Ftnrs. It swirigs so slowly against tihe grrtass Wheon lnto the tnondowy the 0:1tt a pass, I hldh ou tight,-1,1 tit b'lln not nafrni<d, WVhen Jerry, the eleverest iellow mado, Tugs it slowly bnck, with "Comnte This is the way they go to Itorie.'' Yet had I a conch anti hors-.s (light, I'd be too grand for it fariui-yard gute. I should wear new j:okots tho wholo year round, And never go barefoot. Why, I'll be bound The President hasn't miuch better fun Than a boy when his mother says, "You mny run I'' I sit astride of the.farn-yard gato Ant innke bolreve I inn onething grent; That I ou I he wend lot, the river, the mill, The house quirc Eih"r buitlt on line il; That pitir of p,onles Miss Efiler tries, And all the Iuffy Elias buys; Or i've Just come back fro...

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. — 11 December 1884

R '. BRADLEY, EDITOL F. BRADLEY & CO., PsormsToxse. PICKENS 0. HS.,8 C.: EURSDatY, D ECEMBER 11, 1884. There is to be a grand Cleveland and iendricks Demonstration in Charleston o next Friday night. Railroad fare has toen reduoed, and thousands from all iver this and adjoining Stated are expect id to be present. Pickens will be rep :oented. We take th rty of publishing the following extrict from a private letter written by Col. S. L. Campbell, Socre :ary of the Carolina, Cumberland Gap md Chicago Railway Company, to the 3ditor'of Ti. SNTIMEn. The Colonel ays: "I have for past two months been atheriag specimen, for the New Or eans Exposition and wilj go there per roually next week. We have captured a fue Egglo -that we have named 'Tom :endrioks' that will preside over our rxhibits, which I assure you will be a rery flne display--all taken from along he line of our Railway in Tennessee." rho Inauguration. and Legisla tLvo Matters. While in Columbia last week we had he pleasure of ...

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. — 11 December 1884

SA> C.A"L ITEMS. M . . P. Taylor of this place, lost, by deA, a, fine horse one day last week. 't1ho whom we indulged last year on Ta h- tion account, will ceufer a favor imbering us now. Hunter, colored, has been com T '1 zlealing. i " dl, on the evening of the 4th by the Rev. J. M. Stewart, Mr. A. Kennemore to Miss Sausada S ' 3r-.el of Piokens County. "gret xo state that Dr. G. W. this place, and one of his ohil * quite. Ill with pneumonia, but p oving. We trust they may be to health. hn Davis, of Atlanta, (a., and ' My Belle Hughea daughter of Mr. Hughes of this County, were by the Rev Dr. Lander of the ton Female College, in the at church at this place, on the itant, in the presence of a large ef relatives and friends. The was beautifully decorated, end aony was impressively delivered. ,ratul :te the young couple, and m many long years of happiness pperity. xecutive Comniittee of Twelve iooiation (Baptist) will meet at ahurch on the third Saturday-of ' lth, at 11 o'clock 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. — 11 December 1884

]?EIG1SLATURB. a seember 1. iss4. S'ATp was not is Session. IRUs Or REPREKNTATIVE5. Op waotiou of Mr. Simonton, the Cierk Was instructed to prepare for the 1e of the printer a copy of the corres udene: and other papers on the sub of the completion of the State Ioue, furniched by. the Governor inl response to the request of the Ioutse. A concurrent resolution was received fan the Senate, providing for the election of an United State-s Senator for six years, on the expiition of' the tetm of Senator Wade Iamptott, on Tuesday, the 9th of December, and fbr. aggregating the votes and declaring the elecliot on the following day. Mr. Simonton said that a constitu tional question was involved in the action, and moved a reference to the judiciary committee, which was or dered. The concurrent resolution was also retuxnod from the Senate, appointing a joint ctnmittbee on the Columbia canal, which was agreed to, and the Speaker appointed on the committee Messrs. Blue, Massey, McMaster, Mikell an...

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 December 1884

411 VOL. XIV. PICKENS, S. C., THURSDAY, DECEMBER18 tied Yesterday. Bay you the sumnl.r's dead? died yestorday? Ab, no, it cannot be l no moan of pain Broke tho sweet Sabbath stillness; amid earth's Weilth of bloom, nor in the blue, low-bend ing - Skies appeared .the pallor incident to doath; The singing wit.<l breathed wnrnly on my cheek, And in the rich, (lark gree-nery of the trees I marked no change, save whoro tho gold of Ago iteolf did not interweave amid their "summor Tresses," so brief has been the timo since Juno Upon her fair young brows, the rose-crown of her Installation plecod, I cannot think her dead, The beautiful bright suinmerl IBut, if it bo the truth, Then that is why Iho wandering wind to-day In his despair, so often plucks and earthward Hurls the changing loaves, like ilocksof gold brown Ilirds, andi that. is why at Intervals the stin Dot h veil his face nnl ,larken all his light, In very grief that one so well beloved should die. Ahi rof 'tio w'l inw you y'rh...

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. — 18 December 1884

ibit the sale of ardent apirits in onee d'ounty, introdu1ed by Senator - lemann, passel the Semite by a decided inajotity. Sonrior S:nvthe, of Ch;frlev ton, ohaml-ionod ti bill. Senlator Bio !t'nn claimod that th-, sentim ent of a m%jority of the Do:nem rti votrs iof Ouoo county favored the repeal of th e haw, As he wan elected upon that i':aie. It we-ttuderatand,the sitmiiti'>t of amtirs in Oeonee, Mr. Biemann is nistaken in as"eming that he wa eleoted on the issue of a repeal of the law. Mr. Bieuann was it9dicted several timeo3 in the State Court on the charge of solling whtiskoy con trary to law, and ho and his frier.ds " raised the cry of persecution and upon that issuo, and not upon the issue of a repeal of the law, ho wa.3elocted Senator, if we aro correctly informed. Besidos this, Mosars. Doyle and Lay who were elected to the House from Oconen County at the samon time Mr. Bio:1unan was olect ed to the Sonate, aro strongly opposed to the rope.l of tho law, and will oppose t...

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. — 18 December 1884

Srai tdy all day d a We are glad to state that Dr. Earle an olI 1 are both, rapidly improving. ae advertisenent of A. Clark in th 1, and when you want anything i narble line give him a oall. aj. Child of this 'plaoe, attended til e(tl;ing of the Grand Lodge, A. F. M S1Iharleeton last weok. After a year's hard toil, Tu SENTINE mi e will eoy the Christmas holiday oonsegnontly there will be no papt ted next week. Wo wish all of o rons a merry Christmas. -\uotlier party of colored peoplo froi 0, : County took the cars at Liberty St, t a last Tue"o+day morning for Arkansa' '". under3tand anothor party will follo ' t week. Mr. Silas Iinekle, of Ea.tatoo tow ij, this County, recontly killed a Je r rod hog that weighod ne.rly six hu ,'"d pounds. By reforonco ' to the advertisement i. J. W. Quillian, of ]aeley, it will 1 *n that he proposes to sell hin enti - >ck of goodl at. auction on the 26th i . tut. Hore is a chance for bargainu. I,bort ( llis, a good Piokonu bo 1o is now living in }...

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. — 18 December 1884

SLATURN. - yert 3. as64.. ATf ills were introduced following: rie: Bill to define the t and provide punish" same. SMoody: Bill to regulate the ng of license for the bale of spir ft ous or into.kicating liquors within Incorporated cities and towns. By Mr. MaxwellI Bill to regulate th's admission into and discharge from the State Lutestic Avslun of patients. Dy Mr. Coker: Bill to require a lI. cense to kebp a dog. By Mr. Snythe: R'gsolution that on next Wednesday the two brances of the Le islaturo meet in Joint assembly to elect a Superintenaant and . four Directors of the Penitentiary a Judge of the 6th Circuit and one Trustee of the South Carolina College. Adopted. Several bil)s received their final reading and were ordered to be enroll e4 for ratifiation. All of these have already been .noticed in their previous stage. A number of bills, mostly of local or limited Interest, itere passed to a third reading -among them the follow inx.: To 'am d Sectioutl of an Act en titled "An Act t...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 29 January 1885

77 -f. . , it OL. .IV P ' - T _ _ _ _ _ L VOL. XIV... PICKENS, S. C., THUJRSDAY~ JANUARY 29, 1885. NO Joseph Cook to Niagara. AJout threo n1onths ago the faculty 0 Wcllsley College, of which Mrs. Josepl Coo wais In early years tut Iitstrtuctress, wroto t theo Itov. Jost 11l Cook asking for an aut< graph sepitlnelt to place amuong the value amrehives of the collego. Ho responded wit - the following whiel has never beforo be prited: When lIonl fell, whero wert thou, colossi T nslow $ce(ssion thou hast vatn1ered baok: 'I'h("so 1nils of sot hing ehasin were thy track wVli'ii lost Atltutis sank, where dlidst tho' call 'T'o Ilt vexedl prccipitoes? What. if all Thy dates stoo on thy cliifs, froll the storlc sack Of ''roy to 1111 l1elu{m green Inei black, 1io ("loctuont. wer(+ tiy stor(A wall W l ien.irst ill thee was (lipped the swallow wilt;' whenl lienrd'st tliou first the shy brown wood thrush sing? Whlen thou and< man first mnet, hltt thou foi got? Whero wert thou In thy youth1; ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 29 January 1885

r o . ".c A Y 20, 185 JheCourt.w of '19ee:iwis t .olosed o lpst weeJ; tnd the Coiy (km=0gtZeas was 4iat ty #p4n od l" dbtigidaable livit buai*ess was (is posed of and the Court4djourned n, ddity idi :The owig j 1es nientionied i: ss B5N1I 4{ , r oek:. Charlbx iShell but oay, plead guilty--o-P Y' le Penitatiary. ?. L. Boach dliarged'ithbiittlary'And larodeny to. bill. Janies. :'eok, soiling '*Hiske without a li'euse, true bill-continued 8imdn Va1.eutlue, larceny froaw the field tre nbIl-4ontinued. " tiever "raAns but it pours." Wo.tr crowJ.4t? ith comMuuiiations this weel and ajo fpre'ed to givo editorihl space t thorn itiordor to get thoe in. p A prt always glad - to have coulnunication from our readers, e3pooiallt.on quettion of taiblio inforrt. If you have an ide that .you think might possibly bonofi anypne, send it to us. But do not nop lesat.to send us the local news. If an .tldin happeis in - your ,neighborhoo sa"t it to.us, The obliihins of Ti SEN TzND are alwaye open to the p...

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