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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 18 April 1878

Ali 44's r - 44 - --__ _ __ _ _ _ _ y K,LITCa MO.ALIT M.UCATIOH,AP L 8 1 Vv0. PIC?KENS, Cis~ H RSA ,ARL 8 S~ THE SENTINE to *'IuaimJJ ZVXRY TUAB1DAI Atj- F. B1RADLEY & CO. Terfws of Subscription, oe Ye . r . ' . *Kx Months .-.,.... A'dverttMAg Rates. Ad'ertsemients.ins6rted at the rate of $1 por square, of (9) nine lines, OR LESS, for frat insertion, And 50 cents for each sul oeoaeA tde -for -n-P' hx 6r -w i months, on f.vorable terms. Afgrh ,eof4t,avjng t49Q numiber iA 6h%irke bh them; wil be ptiblsa] until forli and charged accordingly. T4es erms are so si;bpie any child n 6Fdarsnd-l4em' 'Nine lines Is a squar -one'.iach4 In every instance we charge th.e gp,poe occupied, as eight or ten linesc be ifie to ocqupy four or five squares, as advort,sr maay wish, and is charged by I jow-Aad odrtisers will 'plase state the nu bf iquares they wish their advertlsemei to' mke. ; :.-W.Business men who advertise to beneAttod, will bear in mind that I SENTINEL has a large and increa4ing c 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. — 18 April 1878

sHE +NFTINEJ D. F. BUDixf. JWtor. a . h., sC.: 0 ThUrdsiv,' April 18, 1878. Mr, Hayes' Title. Montgomery Blair introduced a w. ("utiOr4be,the Maryfand Senate, di rcti'ng that proceedings bhould be in. sllted, in the name of Maryland, to -.test the validity of Mr. Hayps' title to the ofile of President. The resolu tion passed, but it appeari thut neith. or Democrats or Republicans care to take stock in the matter, and why should they. The whole country knows that Jayes was not elected, bdt the Republicans, by a vote of 8 to 7, aounted him in, and the Democrats quietly acquiesced. Mr. Hayos has been in office no'w over twelve months and is recognized by the whole coqn t-y as President. He is evidently trying to make a fair Executive; the country has settled down quietly to work, and why disturb it now with a question that cannot possibly be of any. benefit to it. It is far better to wiit until '80, when the entirv Amer, Aoun people can sit on the question as a -jury and decide it for ...

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 April 1878

CAL ITEMS.* paptlln ad iome RUle. - A Ittle Lal on Thursday pight last. Jqdge. VIoJd has ripe strawberries. Th foret Is putting on Its verdant The nooeof the Janybird is now heard around town. Fine rains fell in this section last, 'eek. V there is ro killing frost after, this, the frui.t crop will be abundant. lo. Griffin and Qapt. Child have bioth < e out this *eek with thei summ hants on. - Lost. on the streets ot Pickens, a smull pearl cross, gold rmounted. The finder will please leave tho same at this offire, and a liberal reward will be paid by the owner. Blecting straight-out officers in nl the clubs throughout the County, will be a line-shot, and it,in the nominai tions tor the coming cunvas are made from the rarks of the Straight-omt Democruts, it will be hitting the Bull's Eye. Rmember this. There is to be a Pirnic at. Central on-.the first day of May, and there will bo charades, &c., at night, by the young Ladies ot Contral. Every bodyr ffixd the ibst of mankind.ure...

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 April 1878

$ /:- "y 'Vk: ',vj '*? V. ' : . ... . . , . ^ ? "v * '?.<?' ! ? i A BBHHMMMaMPMMaBMMMMBCMUWWPWMMraMaVMMMSMai Ex-Financial Agent JCimpton. Nsw IIavkn, March 2&-r!l. II. Kimptoi), ex%Financia)p Agent of SuiilK Carol ina^.tius bwn beard from t?? Montreal. IIo writes a Iotter to4i local paper here, fa wbieli li? re count* the experience be had with Co). Treutlen, who wa* sent from Sooth Carolina to crt^h b\m% bnt whom ho evaded. Mr. XimptoD then sayv: I occupiod the office of Financial Agent from 1808 to 1873; during that time, in spite of muny adverse circum&tanca and almost inoperable . .luilrt j>Ia? T J 1^. ??_ A. _ _ C I'UQinviQOi x lurwmUVU w ill? DliHOOI South Carolina between $3,000,000 and (4,000,000 in money, paid bun* drede of thousands of dollars of old fetnte bonds, as they matured, and arionB expenses of Ibe agency, as 1 was authorized, and sold, eilber directly or indirectly through hypothecation, between $9,000,000 and $10,000.000 of Stato hoiuln. Mv Acrruin...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 25 April 1878

4AD - - # DEVOTED 'To POLITICS, MORALITY, EDUCATION AND .0 THE GENERAL INTERET OF TUE COUNTRY. VOL. VII- . PICKENS, S. C., THURSDAY,APRIL25 1878 NO43 THEy. SENTINEL TO PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY D. F. BRADLEY & CO. Ternas of Subscription.: One reer... to.*. ..$150 1x Months . . . . . .- . ... . . . . 75 Advertising Rates. Advertisementainsorted at the rate of $1 00 per square, of (9) nine lines, on LESS, for the first insertion, and 50 cents for each subse quent inset Lion. Contracts made for TnRE1, sIX or TWELVE months, on favorable terms. Advertisements not having the number of Insertions morked on them, will be published until forbid and charged occordingly. These terms are so simple any, c-hild may understand them. 'Nine lines is a square one inch. In every instance we charge by the space occupied, as eight or ten lines can be made to occupy four or five squares, as the advertiser may wish, and is charged by the space. 4W Advortiser's willo.lease'state the num ber of square...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 25 April 1878

r'ev THE SENTINEL D. P. BRADLEY, Editor. PfQ1XENS -. H.,s S. C.: Thurds9y, April 25. 1878. Ho for Afrio. The ship Azor sailed from the port of Charleston last wook with her first load of emigrants for Liberia. The ship is to.mako regular trips as fael, as she car go and return. The News and Courier sent a reporter along to report the condition of affairs-in the new home of the emigrants, their re. ception, &c. We hope they may land safely, be prosperous anJ happy in their new homes, and many others may follow them. Beecher-Tilton Again. Mrs. Tilton has come out in a letter acknowledging' her criminal inter course with Henry Ward Boecher. Bdecher denies the truth. of Mrs. T's letter, and asserts that the confession is only the price of a reunion with her husband. This Boecher-Tilton affair has become almost a scandal to - the whole country, and we trust that the press of the country will refuse to publish anything further about it. Let Beecher and the Tilton's 'sink down into obs...

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. — 25 April 1878

LQAL IrEMS. The wheat crop Is promijing. Spring chickens are scarce. Mid dog excitemept has abated. 'fake your county paper. Eggs plentiful. yet at 8 eents per dozen. Fruit in abundance, if no disaRter befalls It. Easter Sunday was the finest spring day we have had. Gardens about town are looking i,ell. Everv4man in the County should take THE SENTINEL. The root of the sassafras placed in ben's nests will destroy lice. Independence of character is a great element in thb roako up of the true man. H4w many old women were there in their gardens last Friday, planting beans. We have not been able to supply the demands for TUE SENTINEL for the last two weeks. The farmers generally, we think, aro pretty well up with their work, but they are planting too much cot ton. 'Rover Is now on the wing. He will be back in time to don his red shirt for the campaign. It is safer to affront some people than to oblige thorn; for the better a - man deserve, the worso they will speAk of you. Let each Democ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 25 April 1878

TheArkanisas Traveler. Of all who hafe e.ver heard <f the "Arkantas Traveler," we tbink there are few who have heard the story itself. The following is given as a correct version: The scene is laid in Aranusas, away out in the wilderneve, forty years ago, when settlers In that' re gion were few and far between. Thb reader must imagine a cabin in the wild,'erness; in the doorway site the wife smoking her pipe surroundid by children of various sizes; a little t0 the left a boy was seen perched upon a barrel, fiddle in hand, playing the "tune," half-of wlhicL- he never -heard. As the traveler approaches he pauses not in his fiddling, except to mewer the questions propounde, between each of which he -resumes hi music. Traveler-IHello, stranger. Squatter-'Iello, yourself. T-Can I alay all night with you? S-No, sir; you can git to T-Jfave you any spirits here? S-Lots of 'em; Sal saw one last night, by that are ole hollow gum, and it nearly scared her to death. T-You mistake my meaning;...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 2 May 1878

O-- e e . - -.... - S C * 7THURS 44 0~e 4 g - -DEVOTED TOi POLITICS, MORALITY, EDUCATION AND . O HE~ G1 ERAL INTEREST OF THE COUNTRY. - S.L ...1I..PICKENS, S. C., THURSD AY,.MAY 2, 1878. .-NO.a34 T.E SENTINEL tl PU19itBD 3VERY THURSDAY. Y . F. BRADLEY & CO. Terms of Subseription.'8 One Yeir . $150 Six Moths. . 75 Advwtising Rates. Advertisements ihserted at the rate of $1 00 per square, of (9) nine lines, OR LESs, for the first inseqrti4n, and 50 cents for eaol sube quent isettIbn. Contracts nade for THREE, SIX or TWELVE months, on favorable terms. - Adtertisements 1bt Waving the number of insertions marked on them, will be published .until forbid and charged accordingly. The termilLe'o simple any child may understand them. Nine lines is a square one Inch' In. dvery instance we charge by the 906pe oooupied, a eight or ten lines can be made t ocodpy four or five squAres, as the ad9etie may wish, and is charged by the . W. Advertisers will please state the num ber of equares they ...

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. — 2 May 1878

SENTlNEL ID. 1.34D Y. Iditor. PICKENS '0. H., 8. 0.: Thurdsay, Nay 2. 1878. The Convention. The County Democratic Convention -4ptq at this place on Saturday next, 4th Inst., and we trust that each Club in the County will be fully represent ed. The importance of this .Conven. ton, concert of action, unanimity of sentiment and a zealous and anthusi astic determination on the part of the people to retain the reins of govern ment and enjoy the fruits of our hard earned victory cannot be brought be. fore the people too often or too deep Iy imprssed upon their minds. Al though we do n9t believe that defeat in the coming election Is po8sible, yet an indifferent and luketwarm sp;rit on the part of tho people, superinduced by an over-confidence in the strength of our cause, may bring about such a result. Pickens is ovcrxvhelmingly Dtmocratic, and will elect her County officers without difficulty; but in this 4ocurity thero is dangor. We feel so strong that many may not enter into tie campaig...

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. — 2 May 1878

W. Walker will pteach at tbl T1oe X t6 anday v. W. B. Singleton will preach at Secons 'ext"Srnday.. Who wilf 'present u4 with the first watermelon next summer. The matrimonial outlook is very favorable. It is said, b ohrsw, . i not "live as lobg asMa .0To need of a Tb. bed bugs will soon make their appeorauce. N reports .about mtd dogs this The cats are p!aylng havoo wih t4e.young chickens about town. The .Enon Baptist Sunday Sohool is flurishing. It numbers 165 mnem bers. - 06e of our neighbors says the red foxes has grabbled up his :potatoes and out off his peas. Bolton 0. Ambler killed a fine tur ky, on Brown's Mountain, last Friday morning. W. A. Rogers killed a mad dog in the lower portion,of the County the other day. ",' af Wi 6-ha n,d' its appear ance,aind a fVl stock now on hand. A. large yield may be expected. .Whe a man has no bils against bima he tels as though he belonged to the nobility. M. E. Anstl, Esq., a rising young lawyer of GreenvillG waa in town last Saturday, l...

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. — 2 May 1878

RE0GT R TO-DAY Strength for t 4 1i1sjll tt we.neod, As there never will be a to-morrow; t* owiorrow will prove another to-da, With Its measure of oy and sorrow, Then why forecast the trials of life With subh sad and grive poaasese, And- witch and wait Or a brew* bf Ils j aMyei he ,n0o existegoe T Strengt1 tor to-day---what ap os boS Ftr& f1g 'hatbW tha t titnisthr To Lb. seedy frlen4 or neIghbir. Strength fUr.t-day--tbat the weary hearts In the battle for right may quail not; Ap the sy4 bedimmed with bitter tears, In their searoh for light, may fall not. Strength for to-day, on the down hill traok, For the travellers near that valley, Tha.L up, 'far on the other side, [;Er'e long may safely rally. Strength for to-day--that our precious youth IMAy happily shan temptation, And build from the rise to the set of the sun A strongand sure foundation. Strength;for to-day-i heue and home To praotle forbearaee sweetly To scatter kind words and loving deeds, Still-trusngla Gqd Twipletely....

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 9 May 1878

=- 0 DHV0Tl XOPLTC,XR.UTq'D0T0 N OT Vo Ls Vi P KNS9 HURS THE -SENTINEL 18 jUELISHED ZVERY '!M1URSDAY. BY D.F. BRADLEt 4 00. Terms of Subscriptidn. "O.e Year .......... .. . $1 60 BizX Months .... *a.... ........... . '5 *dverisUg HateS. Advertisements inserted at the rate of $1 00 per siuare, of (9) nine lines, OR LX8s, for thie fret jnsertiop, and 60 cents for each subse quent insertion. Contracts made for THREE, six or TWELVE maonths, on favorable terms. Advertisements not having the number of Isertins marked on them, will be published intil forbid qnt charged occordin ly. Tlhese terms are so simple any hild may understand them.' Nine lines is a square oue inoh. In ev ery instance we charge by the space occupied, as eight or ten lines can be made to occupy four or five squares, as the advertiser may wish, and is charged by the space.* JW- Adyertisers will please state the num ber of squares they witlh their advertisements to make. X@- Business men' who advertise to be benefitted, ...

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. — 9 May 1878

4 111 PD. F- BRA Lug:Rj2w PICCEN O.k H., a C; Thurdsy kty a, 1878. The Excursion to rorida. At 11 o'clock, A. M., on Friday, the 26th ult., we, in companX with Majors kCMe1thors, and W. H. Brawley, of CharlAmson, J. H. Bul-hanan, of Ma. rion, Col. J. C. 'emphI, Abbeville, T. F. Grenecker, of Newberry, aqd "Uncle UPb' McRay, of greonville, n,ethibos of the Statd Prens Assocla, iion left Charleston on the -steamer n'DiCtator," commanded by Captain teopold Vogel, tor a trip to "tlhe land Fowers." The liberal terms made to the party by Messrs. Ravenol & Co., agents, at Charleston, for the Com pany owining the ship, placed the party under obligation to those par. ties, and we left the wharf in high spirits, anticipating a pleasant voyage and fine soonery along the banks of the famous St. Johns. We steamed by (stlo Pinckney and historio Fort Sumter, taking in.a view of the beau-.. ties of the bybor and Sullivan's ;pla,qd an-3l t12.40 P. M., crossed ghe bar and glided out upon the "oce...

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. — 9 May 1878

,. am-g ,8'8 * Al* 'TMef Vursutht to the -.U"Og lAq Count Chl mIan, the dounty COvenation aetin-the Cc ionse, and was flld to' edew by Col. R Bowen. County Chairman, who stated the, J dee vtb'e meeting in appr6pfa emr i On motion o 4.'P.6id , Q . Tav was r.q4estk ' ", *ebigaes were called for tid th"r vrI elutis In the-. 1 sented them .,14 e lwing p .4we"e enrolled; 1.asley Club4ohn R. dossett, J. 8. I tham, 0. 8. Bolt, B. J. Wilismg, J. W, Bru sons T. W. Russell, and John W. Barr. Cross Plain Clubr-R. It. Dilworth, J. i Farr. j .' Libeity Club-Ji A. Boggo;. M, A. Zogj Bi:9..Barnett, W. R. Boggs, D..j. diesr, g Drber, W. H. Chapman. Garvin Club-B. J. Johnston, B. 8. Gain gamuel Neal. aOley Township Ciub-Lenuel Thown A. R. Craig, John Craig, Carter Dillard, -1 W.. iggingtol. Pickens C. H. Club-O. P. Field, Re j Child, D. F. B'radley, J. J. Lewis, Joab Mau din, W. 0. Field, W. T. MoFall,. G. W. Tayloi s.' A. Griffin, C. L. Hollingsworth, 0. I Earle Dacusville Club-W T Field, T P Lgope...

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. — 9 May 1878

TRt 'bL1NQUElT SUBStakBEa. One day last week, lhyile sai aid dreary. As we weaded, weak, and weaty, Across the unswept aoor; We heard, at lirst, a gentle tapping, Then it became an earnoat rapping, A$ 04W banCtum doer. "mqu In 11" we said; while yet he p*udomd# And in sllence we still wondered What for us cofld be in store; Then,fthe door bolt gently turning, In he walked. Our cheek was burning ! Thoughts of crimson gorq. ."Are you the man who does the writing?" ,(What word will rhyme with this but-fighting? Quickly thought we, o'er and o'er.) "ir, we are," we gently told him, Nodding to the boys to hold him, If he tried to beat us sore. "Then you'll please give me crodit Opposite that -little debit, For a dollar and a half more. I like your paper and will take it As long as you will strivo to make it As good as it has been before." We jumped 1, He dodged ! Thus we missed him, * Or we surely would have kissed him, No matter if the boys did!roar: So seldom treated in this manner, We ...

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. — 16 May 1878

I.. . 0"SM o mue lip ? * DI%VOTBb TO POLITIC&, IONALMY EDC g MRA IS735LWT OF TIX COUNTRT. L.i4& II 11 PICKEN$ A V . tp4.,'MAY is 18781 THEy SENTIN]RL S PIUSRTHD ZVERY TWD1AV. Terms of Subseription. One ea . .... **.* ., ...010 SiXMonths .... . . .6 Advertising Rates. AdvertiseMent-9 inserted at the rate of $1 00 pet square, of (9) nine lines, OR LESS, for the irst insertion, and 50 cetts for each subse quent luoetion. -Contra6te made for THlsRIO, SIX Or TwnLyn Months, on favorable terms. Advertisements not hallng the nmber of Isertrons morked on thej, will be published antil forbid and charged Accorditgly. These teias Are so simple a y child may understand them. Nine lines Is a squate one inch. In every instance we charge by. the's'phde 6ocupled, as eight or ten lines can be made to occupy four ot five squares, as the advertiser may wish, and is charged by the space. gg- Advertisers will plense state the num bar of squares they wish their advertisements to make. - SW Busines...

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. — 16 May 1878

THE SENTINEL B- F. 3AbLEY, Editor. I1O1EN 8. IL,.8 c.: Thurdsav. May 16. 1878. New Revclations. 'In AdAdjtion tv the confession al rbad made by McLin and Denniis as to'the'6t6okedneAs In - th election -re turns in Florida, by which the olec, -A0ral VOta ct that State was given to .3r, Hayes through fraud, it is an nouncod that, little Tim Hurley hias concluded to "confess" atout the eloc, tion in Sounth Carolina, and toll how the cloctoral vote of this State was pto Jon for Mr. Hayes. It now seemfs to be the order of the day 'tor the con science stricken to confess all over the country. We have never believed that Mr. Hayes was olectcd, but have been disposed to.let the question rest until these parties, who perpetrated the frauds have confessoi. We now think it the imperative duty of Con. gresm to investigato the whole matter to the bottom, and let the country know by w-hat. method the Presidency %wfs stoleno from the Democraoy. But if possible they should go a step further and ins...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 16 May 1878

- W. hehodist obersa, #A. A. Wate. let Sabbath luj'" ieth * a'eL*k p. m. 2d8.bb in'eteirab r1b o'cloika. Sb. ' , Baptist C ureb.' Wi' 9 At#, r. lot Sabbash a La each mono6 A' 11 6 *er i.r - Rev. Hug# UtMIW as ftila f4th 8ab. bAb' at -I o'clock *. = , ands twmthodi.s Cho.rob In tibs plee at 6 o'.ok p. a. Good showenldst wok. a .5 Slas W illiams Is happy, it is a I and weighs 12 uds On.Olai final day wbei the .last trump6t, shil solad" dWhor will be the man who didn't pay hisbscrip-, tion. ''1 . r Our Sheriff, Mr. Jtab Maoidi'a.hul another boarder. -t is a ine boy, and he happy. - We return thanks to Mrs. H. ' -Hridriks for a quanstity of fine lu 0661s strawberries. Rev Hugh McLees will preach at Easley on the fourth Sabbath in thid nonth, and on the second Babbath at 0ai4>ace in each month thereattOr. Mr, Daniel U. Durham has sent us Stat'tle.nnack'- tWsk -ove. a, half in6b 6ng. HiFtinnikeship had te faU4 .I was-kille4 by Mr. Durham. We learn that a new' store is to be psled in to...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 16 May 1878

80eteutan r a10Mins40ihe The olive brd MWMoo iffish %k22 adi** if. ; ,.. Abov Mg hr llor efro d Tor fahey thle widre &ooW -- victory isn hid. W e'IneahbMroke n w ds Te free, die, Sothe aouh 341 sE2ei ( SW ,The daugter'of$ Ib brae I. Above tebe, ety willows droop Far, far a,the ,wild aolaimn OfW vitory Ta heard; l Di.u'h fe? 9 q4 4os iporkev,* Walls in eaoh broken word. The dark--eyed jvomen of the SouthR *Z ,The daughtersof tAo brav, WeeMwth U otow's saoredt.ase t 'romeveryo to lave; Where valor te hA'ler4re'-dd,st Shall b'e the nation's shrine, AndetiLatids shellkeep ttho Tet Ann,och1 *opr-drop brigh4 an~d way& 3 BOdews th aovid sEd, From every heart ascen,ds a pray'er Br. h'U to theioldier's God, That He who marks,t4h sparrow's fall, Will hear. thie.,nodrnzei's ory, And keep this consecrated dust Beneath,is lovlide Eyei. The New .Orle'aXi /Dmotat bne an article op a Louisiaia veteraib G timalohn L. Lewis, and gIveg - number Sincideile ifiiJ oAeiPiIt describes a duel in New...

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