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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 7 July 1887

VOL. XVI" 'CES .0,I1IRDY UY7 WILKES vO3TIlI'S DEEI). T}E ASSASSINATION OF PltESII1NT ABiAIIAM LINCOLN. Andrew Johnson and Mrs. Surratt--Ilow a Regard for Religion Might Havo Saved Lincoln. (Anniston, Ala., Hot Blast.) As the day approaches that marks the yearly record of Lincoln's death, 1 find myself dwelling upon it with more than usual sadness, because I happen to be amid the surroundings that framed in the startling report when it reached me. It is strange that this free government of ours, the crime, which of all others is the outgrowth of despotism, should find development. Do extremes meet in this way, or may wo take this strange ap pearanco of assassination as a symptomi " of a deep seated disease that escapes or dinary seeing? Are we, after all, lifkd abovo the ills of tyranny in our form of government, or have we only shifted the s evils of oppression by one, or a few, to a that of the many? is not the despotism f of a majority as intolerable as that of t one man or of a c...

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. — 7 July 1887

E. BOOGS, Editor. a. I. Booas & Co., Proprietors. PICKENS 0. E", . 0. }UR1DAY, JULY 7, 1887. Fnr Subseription, $1 -SO lieramim. strietly in advalrce; for six nionlt hs, 7!Sc AtIverttuiitlents insort(1t at+ os <lollar persquare ofone ineh orless fo r the first insertion n<11iftr cents for each sub)se(ii ent insertion. f,iheral q liscomnt imile Io ro'rchauts aml ( oth01 ad r dvertisig for six months or Iy the yar. Obituary N'otlees exceedintg live in es. 'rihutes of 1Rrspect, Comnii:catit ons . a perso(nal'haract er, when :animis'ah'01ie w ill lie (narge<d for as aisvertisemts. i n A Pt.. mny v' f"r' M tr nr r7Sn,. i Ai JU P. flowgitl : Cn'n N++wnpaneC Adverting nureau(lSpruce8'.I, whrr' ndvertk)ng oUtract6 may be uiado for it AN NEW V YOiilC Nelecting Tencherw. The duty of selecting tenehers for the public scho<1 in ench ito'vn1lhi1) dovolves u)on the 1wnsllip trustees. This is ft wie provisiol. The Board of Exatinuers try to appoint discrete mon to that offiee. These...

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. — 7 July 1887

vs p1. ,, Cox, of Patiieton, is in Pkiit. - T! iorcos wire grnutckd in At lanuta tho other day. Mis Zuia kiuOr, of Tarnwell, is vis1 itiug Miss Sunie Ambler. 'rhiis h a dangorolus wo1d. Fow peo plo escape from it alive. The nerehant of Pircns atre gIving b.)goe a weigh to their cuktomers. Mr. II. .- Lewis says he has the best p1ros1p(et for i 0(01) cr his ('er had. Miss Mario McCaslan Rteturn1 last week from visiting frie(ds in (eenvitle, Thern is a process in Toxas by whilib girls are most auccessfully madlle old balchelorA. rhere was a good 1ain in the section where Mr . Thomas WElboin lives last J. T. hill, treasurer, maide a satiSfll tory srttl('aeumt wvitlt the Comptroller General last. weeksl Mr. Emory Grecen, of Anderson, was in towin last W(Pk. He has breen quite sick but hlis recovered. Mrs. )urant, mother of Rev. O. L. T)urant, is soon to in:ve a dwelling house 4 c0rected On IFa(tOry street. Ti'he lust degree will be 001coferred I the next )rgular conInm11(10114on ofli("O ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 7 July 1887

' r . WITEI TRAIN ROBBERS. A Drummer's Experience with Texas Out- I laws. (From the A tlanta ConstItution.) "Has the morning paper anything I about the cEpturo of those Texas train robbers?" said a guest at the Kimball i yesterday morning to his neighbor who was burying insolf i the morning v paper. "Guess not,'' was the careless reply. e "I don't seo nothing about it." a "Because, you see," said the inquirer, b apologetically, "I feel a little personal n interest in those fellows. I am on my t1 way back there now, and hope to ro- d oogize some of 'em when I got to the at ja-swhore they have the suspected men confined." "Becognize them?" said the newspaper reader, lowering his paper and looking curiously at the speaker. "Yes, ' ho said, touching the top of his head carelessly. "I was on the train, and got a pretty rough introduction to them. I don t care to try the experience again, though, I confess, I would be rather glad to re now the acquaintance under other cir cumstances if 1 ...

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. — 14 July 1887

r* y. VOL. XvI. PICKENS, S. C., TIIURSDAY, JULY 14, 1887. TIL MISSISSIPPI COLLE(JF. ITS OlIGIN, ITS 1'ISESENT EQUI'MENT ANI) ITS WORKc. An Observer's Account of Gen. S. 1). Leo's Farner's College--The Class-1toon and the Farm. (From the News and ('ourior.) AGIcUIJruItAL AND MECHANICAL COr LEGE of MlssIssII'I, July 4.-Referring to a number of notes taken in a mid summer tour of four of the most import ant Southern States, I do not know that. I could select a more interesting subject than the Agricultural and Mechanical College of Mississipl)i. This may be stated without discounting, in any wise, tho many places, institutions and tl.ings of note along the lines of railways v hich connect Charleston with the pecutl itrly S " favored land in which Vie institution named is situated. TIl[S COLLEGE. To begin with, however, the term "Agricultural and Mechanical Collego," as applied to this College, is a misnomer. The mechanical department has not yet been provided for, but may be realized a...

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 July 1887

as.,. J. E. BOGGS, Editor. J, E. BOGUS & Co., Proprietors. --1 PICEENS C. IL, S. C. TIURSDAY, JULY 14, 1887. There are only two of the present candidates for Solicitor subscribers to this paper. rle hnl)Scription from now until the cc tion is just two dol lirs. Four times two is eight. W'e will just go down stairs now and trade -the account to McFall for a pair of shoes, a hat, and a half pound of turnip seed. The Augusta Cluoielh tkes con fort to itself in its )rotcctoiL theory by saying that Washington and Clay were of the same way of thinking as the Chronicle. It is fair enough to mention in the same paragraph two others equally distinguished for their advocacy of protection, and for hav ing been and going to be defeated for President-one in 1884 and the other in 1888-Blaine and Sherman. The Bible and the Confession of Faith of the Presbyterian Church do not state whether the body of Alhnu was created mediately or inm ed i at c ly. The General Assemb!y says this was done imme...

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. — 14 July 1887

8 . $1 eaitking uoxt Tuestay. \. r .nuep, of Gronvill, i it ' in 1Pickenu. ilir. t. la will plant his field 0 Canuno mountain in fruit treos. Miis Mmiuio Blaasengame, of Green ville is viNiting rulatives in Pickons. The Inter-County Normal Institute openoed at Willianstonl. last Monday. Some sections of the couty have not had a good seasoni of rain in four weeks. Several trees wore fired by lightning last week in the foret beyond Town Crook. A tall young manl in Greenville houdls his symtpathics to a. fat young man in P'iekenS. John Forguson, Colored, who left Piek e'rvery hurriedly about two years ago, has returned. When any of our subseribors fial to get their paper, we will be glad to have them notify us. We have a hog, tho' he is very fond of chirken , he is not Pat1ti3uir about how it is ('ooiked. tr. W. J. Urailott whoso dlwlling was receatly d1:4 royetd 1y Ii re, will not rebuildt rmtsl fall. Mrs. R. A. Ihn\ven atgs Mi+s-s Nanmie ('ox hmve gone< 1)n a mJOun1tami1 lrip to W...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 14 July 1887

"I " KtW0W 1 AKMAtH. UaI,al Master Workman Powderly'. Lecture on Temperance. General Master Workman Powderly, in tho Philadelphia Journal of United Labor publishes a temperance lecture addressed to the members of the Knights of Labors. It is entitled "ThoJustice of My Position," tiud is a reply to unfavorable criticism made by certain of his correspondents on lectures delivered by him recently in Boston and Lynn, Mass. Mr. Powderly says: "I know I am right. I know that in rc fusing to oven touch a (Irop of strong drink I was and am right. In refusing to treat another to that which I dlo not believe to be good for myself to drink 1 know (limt I amd right. In not allowing a rumseller to gain admittance into the order of the Knights of Labor I know that 1 am right. In ad vising our assemblies not to rent halls or meeting rooms over drinking places I know that I am1i11 right. I have (lone this from the day my voice was first heard in the council halls of our order. My position on the qu...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 21 July 1887

r V 11 ' I' I VO.1VI I(' h ENS, S. C,, 'H'I LJIISDAY, JULY 2,187NO43 TIMELY TU1'1US F lUK i 1W1!t,~ n oW TO DO I'AYIN(: \ORK A'i' 1111' SEASON. Suggestions of lIntorest, from an Autrhori tt ivo Sourco. (V. L. Jones in Southern Cultivator') Tho reader of these "Thoughts for the Month" should bear in mind that they are chiefly in the nature of sugges tions or reminders of work propor to be done on the farm during the current month. The ''Thoughts" relate t o and flow out of the discussion of thes sub jects. Farmers are like other men, often forgetful of duty, obligation and pur pose, and must be reminded. A a old proverb says there is nothing now under the sun, or ''words to that eil'ct," and it is about as true of farming as of other departments of life-work. The larger part of the teachings of the present agri cultural books and periodicals-in fact nearly every principle laid down- is but repetition. New facts are few and far between. Agricultural teachers and writers-including edit...

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. — 21 July 1887

giSENTINEL. J. E. BOGGS, Edltor. J. E. BOGGS & Co., Proprietors. POKENS C. H., S. C. t THUR8DAY, JULY 21, 1887. ] "A farmer's son" has a sensible talk to the farmers this week. He knows whereof he speaks and his ad vice can be relied upon. His obser vation on "ye olden times," and the change is'no doubt'ctnfirmed by the observation and experience of m1 any farmers. The News and Conric spnres no pains or etpense to put useful infor mation before its readers. One of its staff attended the Mississippi A g ricultural' and Mechanical College and has sent in a full description of its workings with very satisfacto ry results. Such information is most opportune in view of the desire on the part of many to establish an ag ricultural college in this state. We publish as much of the correspon dence as our space will allow, and we recommend a careful perusal of it to our readers. 4-. Peabody Scholnrshi ip,. There will be a competitive ex:ani nation for Peabody Sclolarshaips in the Nashevill...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 21 July 1887

I L oCA Mr. Pra Fai visited his sis" ter, Mrs. The, Otis. Hon. Loga ' ' ey has been elected Chief . orgia. John H. Rio intown Town ship, has been h1 brain fever. Horses and 1 Sale or Ex change. L. ( Central, S. C. Col. A. Co' 'iee inp.etor, made a professl. 'nx the county last week. Jeff. Ferguson came near tbeing suf focated in Henry Lawrenco's well one day last week. Reuben V. Phillips, who was before the ('ommissioner for distilling last week was held for court. A card from Central under date of Ju 1 y the 2d says that section has begun to suffer for the want of rain. Mr. 0. 73urekmire and his sister, of , l3lackville, S. C., are spending the suim mer at the Ambler IIouse. Millie, a daughtnr of William Calhoun colored, died on the 15th inst. of con sumption at the age of 20 years. It turned out impossible for Col. Riee to meet the appoin;ment at Central. He will confe with them sometime in the future. There will be a reunion of Orr's regi ment at Sandy Springs this week begin-. n...

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. — 21 July 1887

"it1 A HOAIANUE IN R1EAL LIFE. The End of a BhIanaLd Career--Death of Col. V. J. Beynold, of Sumter. CoAu'BIA, July 13.-A special to the Daily Register from Sumter reports the death in that county, last Saturday, of Col. W. J. Reynolds, in the 79th year of his ago. Reynolds, fifty-fivo years ago, was one of the most promismng: young men in the State and was no for his industry, integrity and active in- t torest in military affairs. Ho foil deep:y 1 in love with a beautiful young girl be longing to one of the first families of Clermont District and made suit for her hand. He seemed to bo favorably re garded by the girl herself, but her parents had more ambitious views for her and would not allow her to marry him. Nothing daunted the young man went to work to win a name and a posi tion which would render him more ac coptable to the parents. Io was elected to represent his county in the State Legislature, served one term with credit and distinction, and returning to his hore muado anot...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 28 July 1887

rI. /IVOLJ. XVI' PICKEFNS, L C., II1RSDAY. JULY28187NO4. A WAR STORY'S SEQU1;1, " TlE TALE OF A I1tIAV.; VOUNG o' FICE ANI) HOUW IiE ESCiPI: U. Gonral Bragg Orders IIiu to 1e Shtot. lic cause Ie is Too Sick to Work--Un ineh-0 I nglv Ii (izes Into the M usketn 0n(1 i Sa'ed by a Lioutonant. The Amoricus, (Ia., Recorder publish es a story illustrative of General Bragg's cruelty. The scene of this cruelty was Cornith, Miss., and the time during the retreat from Shiloh. Bragg was person ally superintending the loading c f the oars. He I had a great burly fellow cursing the mon and inciting them to groater activity. A young soldier not over 20, tall and handsome, though pale and delicate, parsed up the platrorm looking for the cars in which the sick wore to be transported. lie was evident ly ill. The burly fellow hailed him, ordered him to fall in and help heave the goods into the cars. The soldier re plied that he was too ill to work; lad lie bon able ho would have been with his regiment...

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. — 28 July 1887

TH l SENTlINEL J. E. 1IOG.', Hit or'. T. E. BOU(S & Co., 1''rpr'1trS, PICKEIS C. a., s. G. T11UTRSlAY. .1 .V !, i7. A Tonmon co1f1nvr f' Srk'i'(nt was1 50V( r(''v i.hrn I; In w\kvor'I shoWing' his faiflh byv hi: w\rk. I1 11nd( ti1;ken tnlo hhnlC'f ;\'v:1( n iil n viv'es, for wVhih i r u' n t h wl': visite(d 1)V n1 piyrt of wlm whr ":\ lnim t.wenty1I lalShe a'S01l itn d1yi gnit the (ounty \. Pro)f. Ciem, of 1Tilmi'h~', (O.w in Greenville on 1he ni hl of fhe 2?, and delivered 1 1m1o't int 'r('p lin' lecture in Ferguson & Miiler's Iinil, (In the ubjecet of fever het. an(1 the thernomuetner. Tie Pr f r is :i pilensnt t 'llr(1', 'll''l ' I f Irinin ed n' well na i i1 rnelel ii anli('enl for more than lnl hour. . f. The g 1\( of b l:' ,l:t hall n r woodi is n h1n 'rrOf ('nt et('iionl f1r I he State da:ilicS, andt( 11h' Auiguiii (1 i'lO wm11(IS to S1o1m 1he r),w. . $('riouls r'(fl('(t1(ions lm:v1 =(ome( of (irec'nV111e'sP (' tenle(l 1111(1 those \\ 1(1 ', i 11ections lin(1 1 ia ?I ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 28 July 1887

The =e- i 8oon btt put ii fine trim. Jobb L&wis 'Tliornley iq ayi export at vhito-waahintg. George K. HendrirkM makce good flour and a good turn oit. The ?refsbyterian ecirelh is now topp ed with a handsomeo atooplo. W'Vn Nurmiae tlmt copious show" ;r lave \isIL&l uvi3ry portion of the emt v. How the Englislh Sparrows do multi ply, but they do not replenish Wolrthl a ftenlt. Prof. J. W. Ke nedy, of 1:itview, Greenvillo county, was in Pien'k' last ThI'unrd .y. Al('xanldcr & olger are butiling a new i11td largor platformt oin the Cast side of their storO. Augti:ttu"s B.>w'en, ')lorc'l, hI a: ti' ur ikbing suboul near Stevarts in Ii urri Cane 'T'owuship. Mr. N. B. Carey of the W:sltallma l:ar wastft ill Piukens lt.6 lonlay on profess tnal buSinoess. Julian 'V. lr,n'e, of Anderson, is vis itintg int I'ickeus. The Iinukintg bu11 siness S10ees to ogre" withl him. Up to lastl 1Fridat the 'erp on ?esta too, alout ('Central :nl alout lrigc;s \?ore still suffering for r:tin. Mr...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 28 July 1887

AN APPALLIAN4 ACCIDENT. An E preaa Train ltun Into a Body or Work nen, Klulling Twelve or Fifteen of Them and Wounding Many Othera-The Track Covered with Mangled Men and Blood. A New York dispatch of Thursday says a frightful accident took place that morn ing on the Eric Railroad, between Allen dale and lIohokus. Over a dozen mangled bodies on the track attested the neglect of sonic one who should have given warning. A gang of Italian laborers were blasting on the railroad near a sharp curve about three-quarters of a mile above lohokus. The Chicago Express, which was due the hour before, had not arrived, and these men, whose foreman should have given a warning whistle when the train was ap proachilg the curve, were busy at work unconscious of the terrible fate i store for them. The Express dashed through the gang, killing 12 or 15 and woun(ling many others. The shrieks of the victims were heartrending. and when the train pasred the track presented the sickening sight of being covere...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 4 August 1887

XVI. PICKENS, S. C., TIIUISDAY, AUGUST 4, 1887. yo45 TROIl lES OF TIlE WAR. A GLANCE AT CAPTUtIEf CON FI EI ATE FLAGS AT WASIIINGTON. The Story Told by These Muto Enitei of a Lost C usc--auners of Silk nwliL flanners of Tattors--Hwo the Flags nr Kept in the War Department. (Letter to the New York wordi.) WASIINUTON, July 29.-Yostorday i walking through the immonso granit< pile of the State, War and Navy 1)epart monts, I was taken with the curiosity t< see the battle flags which have set the country in an uproar. Turning to the right from tho main corridor of the building on the second floor, I entered the commodious apartments of tho Ad jutant Gonoral's ofiico, and found myself confronting at a corner desk in ono of the rooms, a rather statured m)tn, of vell-fed form and placid face, with his coat ofl like an ordinary clerk, bending to his work, altornately mopping the heat from his forehead and signing or dors. This individual looked as l1ile as possiblo like kindling the mem...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 4 August 1887

ENTiN J G, Eitor. N"+s.i23 & Co, Proprietor PoK.IO 3 C. a., S. C. -THURS1)AY, AUG.U(ST 4, 1887. The lio' 'rt for a gon(oP " iflE)V.1 -1r hrr aiul brighfCr, arid st thlir's c itienl jji eturv it is hi hly\ ui''r tir't, for ev( <rv timmu to k'ep his 1(ad Is vol It Will not (o to bCC'1me ilitox i''nte( wj ith too grest It spes for the fl t r. The ordeal of beitg Eibcr ed'ulp is too 5tvere. Gieor '" Tlislat(1rs ;Ire( pu1lin,y I1s ir brat, With the convict (pu-st ion. '4Th:y ;-(.m to be having quite as n"uch uIable with it as South Ca'ro. lini ht d 'aut, three yea ngo. This c. icHtiOn," wherever WO 1111(1 it, in just a strife between l)isinesH me-th o(s :nld ior tim0nt., the former phle-(1 ing iw tim the latter humranity. The T tnCaster leview rgues at com( 1 ngth the importtnee of allow ing ofliers who are required t,o give 15nds, to t;(t tsomrnc "guarltee comt panny" to becwue thei' surety. 1Dy refercnce to the t(ts of 1884, pag*e 889 ,it will be t eel t.hat. the n(e.s-a ry legi...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 4 August 1887

:+. Lwn ll\1tiidn aMbg ' 1!{do mp4,borf 56~21thofi &load of pbabhbs'oom n from the mbuutains. Th tiui' last wbek was aurely a geier al oitO oVei the State. Mrs. '. r. lirinilktt is -visiting rel tives in'iHdh'illb County. The irnimners t;anio to tow u ht week iin squada'of from ttvo to four. Mr$. Eaiirnest Thorulev is visiting the family'df Capt. 3. L. '1'horuley. Prof. 'fl. E. Harris loft this >labo last Saturday 'fo his iomo in Virginia. Mr. G. W.. figiiitlit, o'f Menca, was k. Piokens last atnrday on business A shdp ts Fjust as current at this of fice to .tay subseription as greenaulckI. f.Tr. -Jolin M i)aniol, of (reenville, vis 'itod his nophew TIr. J. L1. (. O. McDi)iOl iast wek. Miss Ainio 'Iay 'Oriftn 'haA rotistnl 'from a'visit to -rolatives and frionds in 'Greetiv illO. MOs s. 'Willo 'Orftflu nmi Matthow Brazeelo, visitod rlaItvos and friends in '1iokons laut h'cok. The RainWo'll $ont.inol aays it is esti mante'd that ta1o ntlon trop will brimg mn to that Couiity th...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 4 August 1887

it 4 r lAagtJL111A'tt VLJTVlfb.'. "Yet it will come! the day docloed b Fates" flow bright the picture, Queen of Sover cign States: When thou, Carblina, shalt become one more ''hy peoplo's pride, as in those days of yore When to claim thee as a mother, boast thy name, Was to thy sons their purest, highest fame. When thy star bright among thy sisters shone, "'ith brilliant light thy deeds had made iu, Own. ' ho id thy story since those days hath nl. ad .;l misfortune bitter thou hast ' ct, i :1 it all, thy bearing lath beer S i 1 hat t' reproach thy unsullied name car tonch. ad this is still our patriot children's hoast + hey loved i Lee still when thou didst su ter Iost. ' "uo, the usurper's foot has torn thy breast, 1 id thou we'('rt long by tyranny oppresscd; 2 cue, thou hast suffered 'neath corruption'. sway, . id dtarkieMS long obscured thy glory's (Lay; L it now thy wounds are healed, and bursts the Sun light and hope Onlce more thy clim upoln, A ad shows what long by darkness w...

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