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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 4 February 1860

[lv J .. v.otltlKlll ( ? Icnt.S Ictt !'I )i Indole ' pnU for thojr lunnos on ftnturduy. They had ueca attending locture* at ono .f the principal medical colleges, and it is said, became displeased Kt the course of atiuic of the profmttOnf. It was further rumored that a meeting of other disaffected ones was held oil Krith?y oVotiing and they resolved to leave the college, and return to their homes sometime <luring this weeh. ' JSJ1.1 . ' " 1 - III I II. 1 I I IJ j ?vnrtTTi?rt??<~ ? ? ? x<.A.CJVu run 5 SALE. EY authority dorived from tlio Ordhmvy of 1 Piokena l)igtrict, tliore will ho sold to tlio j 1ilghe.1t bidder nt the late residence of Mrs. . 'Catharine Craig. deceased, on Tuesday tlio 21st ! day of Kobroary, bur oatire INjftrval Estate, o.MWUting of SiV XPKI'OC ', One two-Horse Wagon. Corn. Foddv. Shucks, ' Cuttle, llo^s, Household uud Ivitchoii >'urnitiirot Hlin'ksmitir* Tools, and various other articles, j 'iVrin* of S ?Oa Hums of $5 and upwards, u cr< litof nin...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 4 February 1860

yUr- Memminger's Spccch CONCLUDED. . I i, N lost and tho IIou-j of Representatives is lost. Gentloiucn inay say wo have the .)u\*i- | friary. Why, uien die and tho Judiciary may I Ffhange, tho appointing |k>wer having <juiic JTfrom us. The only tiling that stands there fist'sll is tho President, ('an ho be elected l>y f ft minority ? A line boing dra\?n, does it not parry tho power of tho (iovennnfnt with tho P' majority side of the 1 i11e V When they have I > '' HUM >1 UUIVUIi y illiu IIIU viwvnUilH'lll fender control, they are musters. 'l'htro was something in heinp povcrned by a people with the prestige of the Kngliidi. Kveu in Russia t . tjio Kmpcror loves one part of his I?mpire as ^ well as another; but in our Government tlie Y party controlling would bo one tlint hated the. section that contained the institution of slavery, ^v" 'l'hore is not one State, outside of Texas, that could pain admission to tho I'nion with slavc,f ty, and if Texas were to divide to-mor...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 11 February 1860

-j 1 ' : ' !// r, s /"-A ryirj n^j wsrv: ^ $. ' , ? /z~\ /?\ nn PbTv pi i?i n^rv ft 'SI WiVi C ? frj (fli I ril I r 1 c) i\ Jj Lj Uj J!j Jj ^ lk? IHJ w Ji U ? li D \ v ;uaaws?>tr r &G$f "Vfr>: V\ "?rr ' "10 1II IN I. OWN SLLb 1)1. Till 1., AND IT XIl'ST FOLLOW, AS TUB ^ " NMJIIT TIIK DAY. THOU (WN'^T NOT THIN 1M! FAI.SM TO ANY MAN." >>'* ' * * ' i V /'i' - - .. _ vs'VV*V^ .-_^ -; ' BV ROUT. A. THOMPSON. PICKEXS COURT HOUSE, S. C. SATURDAY. FKBRUAUY I!, IttiO. VOL. XI. NO. 28. ^ELECTEE) IT3?!-.TlFiV" My Buried Friends." j My buried friends can I l'or^ct, Or must (lie grave eteriml sever? They linger in my memory yet, And in my heart they'll live forever. 'M'h?y lored me once with love sincere, N'vr ever did their love deceive me; Hut often in my conflicts here They rallied'(juickly to relieve me. 1 fain vrotdd weep; but what of tears ? No tears of mine could e'er recall them; Nor would I wish that grov'ling cares, Cares like mine, should e'er befall them. They rest in...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 11 February 1860

I ? .. . . . .. "j. . rn i I bdubeji : KOB T. A. THOMPSON, Editor. TFIRMS?$1 50 per nnnum. in ndtsinct. If pay- I hiont bo delayed until nfter the expirntiou ol the ' year, $2. For nix months, 75 ccni'a in advance. 88?" Advertisements inserted m "In" monl , ? ------ .... ?y... I PICKENS C. II., S. Saturday Morning, February 11, 18C0. Favors. "Wo arc under obligations to Senator Ciicsni't for valuable public documents ; also, to Col. ' AsiimuKf. for acceptable favors. rp|, ? l n xuc muMUill ViOOVeilUODi Tlio proceedings of this liocly appear on the ! first page of this number. Wo tmst tlint it may accomplish tlie good designed by its originators, j Charleston Chamber of Commerce. AY o arc indebted to the gentlemanly Stewards Of tho Charleston Chamber of Commerce for a polito invitation to their annual dinner on the 16th instant. We appreciate tho efforts making to oxtend tho trade of Charleston, and will contribute in our humble way to the desired end. Accident. "Wo learn that on Mon...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 11 February 1860

1 i riwiBi hi ?jr/Trrrn.. i? _ , Ordinoi'y^B Salo. 1 )Y virtue of fin ordor to mo directed by "\Y. \?^ > K. llolonntbe, Ksq., Ordiuary of Dickons District, t will noil to tlio liluhcst bidder at Piek oiih C. 11., on iSulcduy in Mutch next, the J (on I Kituto of \Vu?hi'j?tou Smith, deceased, to wit : Ono 'I'rnet of Lund on waters of AVhetstone creek, adjoining lunds of (.?. Hraxealo, .Jordan Monro und others, containing Five Hundred mid FiftV Aoros more or loss. Ti'rm-i of title.?On a credit of twelve months, with intorotft from day of Sale, exeont. ?!?.? 1 t r r vv,,v? wnieli must I?t* paul in cash. Tlio purchaser to jxivo II >ii<1 with ^oimI Becurity, to the Ordinary in secure tlio payment of the purchase money, with a mortgage of the promises, if deemed nee- | ossary by him. I'urcltusor to pay extra for titles. 1,. 0. CKAIO, s.i'.i). j Foil. 8. 18ftrt til Ordinary's Sitlo. BY virtue of an order to ine directed hy \V. K. llolcombe, Ksu., Ordinary of Pickens I'istrict, I wi...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 11 February 1860

IA SHI ~. - ^trajMrr-i ? ? a ; ?rr.- - ' fij PvOXYAY. Tho Confession. muM Ah ! well ilo L ivinom'n r jjft TUat ovgiung in September, Silver ntuis wer? "loftining, Ah(l tliu moon wus honiuiug. Willi low niy ?oul wn- Jic.iuilng? Dreams so sweet! aflfc Close lie sal benldo me? Wli(l will diii'o t? eliiilo 1 Ho qaIUhI mo "eli-irmiim creaturc,-' \ 5^, SiviJ ouch lovolv l\?.itnrn i Should be to hint t\ tc iclier, Whllo lie lived ! Vow'd Ito loved mc blindly, Thqa ho bogged mo kindly, For iv pledge of sweetness From my lip's rcphtenvs*, (v' tJulil it was not weak lies#, '' ' But divine! lie drew nearer, nearer? llehl me closer?dearer; And while half elateil. lie begged and waited, \ Still 1 hesitated? .{Said 'twas wrong. Softly ho was smiling, r All my fears beguiling ; Tenderly e ircBeing My hair with many a hlc sing? 1 blush while now confessing? But I loved! I yielded?alt! 'twan thrilling, Dro/unb of bligs fulfilling? Vain was nil regretting ; i eeascd coquetting, F Its idlti arts forge...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 18 February 1860

v>:?-Vv * * ' ' ? K *'* .. . : r*v!" 'ttWit't * ' "" " "' ? j1 ^ ^ ^ |^u j | j TO THINK OWN m.t RK T,n, ANI> ,T Ml'ST KOU.OW, ,S Til K ^ NIRIIT TUB LAV. THOU CAN'ST NOT TIIKN RR RAI.KR TO ANV MAN." UY ROii'T. A. THOMPSON. PICKENS COURT HOUSE, S. C. SATURDAY, EEMUAltY IS, 1 POO. VOL. XI. NO. '-<!>. " . ip...? iii i SELECTED TOKTOV- j Qsrms of the Beautiful ^ Hcnlter the genua of the Dcuutiful? , j lly die wny null! lot tliein full, I That the rose litiiy spring by the cottage gate, | And the vino on the garden wall; (.'over Hie rough nuil rude ol'carih J Witlt a veil of leaves and Mowers. And in irk, with the owning bud and cup, The march of summer hours. I Scalier the genus of the 15cnuliful, i In the holy shrines of home t i Lei the pureund the fair and the graceful here, ; Ill tliu 1U \ UIICOl IIISII'U VOIIIC, i Leave not a traeo of deformity ( In the temple ot' the heart ; , Hut gither about its Ucartli (lie germs , Oi Nature mid of Art. j Sc.liter llic porms of the l...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 18 February 1860

fig ?iiioiiu} ROB'T. A. THOMPSON, Editor. TRllMS?$1.60 per luinutn. in itdv mco. If payment be delayed until attcr the expiration ot tlio year, $2. For ?tix months, 7."> cents in advance. I Skay'Advortisotiwnts inserted nt tlie usual rates. ) PICK UN'S C. If., S. C.: Saturday Morning, Ftbi nary 18, 18G0. Return Day. For l'iukens district, is Saturday the 3d day of March next. Public Documents. Col. Asiim 'Iu:, our attentive Representative, ban our thanks for pa!>lic documents, sj .eohes ! uud papers. The Charleston Medical College. The Catalogue of the trustee.*, faculty and students of the Medical College of South Carolina, at Charleston, for the session of 18">9-(U). has been laid before us. The total numbor <>P sin. dents iti attendance is 'J48, being the highest i number ever he fore llierc. Of those, 1S8 are i from this 8ri\te. l'ickens is represented 1>) Messrs. J. A. Johns and J. \. Dovi.e. Special Attention is direeled to the advertisement of u runaway Negr...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 18 February 1860

II Ranaway Mr tho cubsoribtr, on tlic 20th January lost, Negro Hoy, FIIANK, about 80 year* of age. Wjr boy ii About fi*o foot oiglit or ton In.'bos high, V tv l)iii|(, weigh* l?il> or 17<< po i ?<K vory If black, ami otic of hi* upper front tooth ? <*' 11 yu^* H "ipock nu it, ami is ijuick npoken. Ho lias a El H??r of mi uxo on one of his foot. no*r (lie instep. L f When In- loft be li;\<1 on a pule blue sack coat nn I Vopporiis ami <l:irk tsviitod pauM, one pair of each. H llo also tqok k groy cap ami a low-crowued, wlu-k |( )i:lt. lib >Ut half worn, with him T??ni? .l..li.??~ ?> i? Nvuril will Ivj aivou to nny person tlint will upjircf WihUUc suiul boy ami lu ing him to the'Hubscriber, I \t confiu? Itiin in auy jnll s<o lltat 1 may j<at liim. i My resilience is four mile* bolow Jarrelt's Hriilgc, 'on Tugalo ili'ver, i'Yiuikliii count.*. <lo. JOSU1MI li. HI*ST. Fqt) 18, 20 tf To Contractors. V^K.Vl.Kl) l'KOPOS Al.S will be rccoivc<l by M. S. O...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 18 February 1860

Gray Hairs. BT >!U*. I.. II. SIOOl'IINKY. tlray h.?ir? !?1 marvel why they utriko Sucli terror anil ?li?inay, No murk of wiekediiesn or hIi.'uiio Or foul ilb?gri\octuc tlicy | As vilunt as infant dreams Steal o'er i lie crutl'e do wit. l'liey weave their sparkling silver Ihrond* hi with tlie block, or brown. . Oray liairs!?(lie waning bonuty shriek.-* iiei'oro her mirror a faco. And forth tlie 'umbleM invader Hies I proofed from its phietf. . Oli. I.idy, slay llmt lily liamlt ll'mi." wiiuli miiwf ji I.I fill They sjiy it do/en inoro will eouid To atteild tin- funeral. tlr.iy hair*!?1 saw the Queen of l"'ri?uce Arrayed in regal slate. Ileeeived tho elite of my hand", The title I and the great; An I while lier dignity an I gt'neC Were prais'il by every tongue, The l'>ng, white ringlets o'er her 1?row in fearless clusters hung. Gray hairs!?when sprinkled here and there j In heard aitd whiskers loo. inspire respect an I conlideiiCO .More than the youthful hue; ' C If knowledge of ...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 25 February 1860

ft* ? . ^ - / Bil --*yrg^i!.ai?p!g?gB^fW^;?|.'n;xui^?JiL^iL^ L^-..^5JUitjJiwfti.iii iililiiiii>. .nn'amin >* < >tf' l: ' x. .: .,. ? , JI- '- ' ' 1 ?If I " Vn J_1 JagMMIBJ "TO THINE OWN SEEK BK TIH'K, AND IT MUST EOEI.OW, AS THIS * NIUHT TIIB l>AV, THOt) CAN'RT NOT THEN HE E.U.SE TO ANY MAN." BY ROB'T. A. THOMPSON.v . l'JCKHNS COUUT HOUSE, S. C. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1860. VOL. XI.?*?NO. 30. in linn.l| mi M li> l?l.j> ' ' " " " J1 ' - ?glLEOVlE? .POKYlRlVThe Maiden's First Lovo. Soft as tho perfumed twilight breeze, Tu.it lh)ais through perirTy hulls nhox'c ; "NViih tho hwooI trembling voice tliiit first Woke iiulicr hfcni'i tl|wdrenm of love. So rfeuile, guileless, p'lire hud true. Her young heart owned the initio power, And love dl'usuns nestled round her soul i.ilic dew tfpou 11 ?le(?piug (lower. Oh! she wn? beautiful, her blow llf.i.. ... .. . i..! ? 1. !. m :i.*? (Miri: no Mrivvjn .\ij?mu wiow ; A\id lici- #ol't rounded elieeks were tinged With beauty's er...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 25 February 1860

f ' TIHS r f i iN#(iiy|P605rrc2Zt6rf^rrrr:-Lr stx. ?r"* r r*; ' ROB'T. A. THOMPSON, Editor. TKHMS?$1 ..">?) per finninn, in lulrance. fl" pity ? h toonI b? -lelavo?t until after the expiration of tin *" 'year. :*2. Kor nix inontlix, ?.*> cents in uiivnuec. Bfcjyv'vilvorliseinenln inserted at the uhui?1 ratoe Sickens c. ii., s. c. : Saturday Morning, February 25, I860. Return Day. For Pickons district, is Saturday the 3d day of Muroh next. "N d\V AdvertisementsThenttontiun of the public is diroeted to (lie 3alo ot ptojior'.;. by Mr. Max ami tho Mxocutors of tho c?h\to of IIali.l*m, advertised in this minibor uf the Courier. The Railroad It was our purpose to have continued our rertmrks this week oh the subject of the District subscription, hut our absence has rendered it impossible. Wo are pleased to henr, however, that the right spirit i.s up. ami that the people arc entering heartily into tbe movement. SueI, ccss, wc doubt not, will crown the efforts now r. making in behalf o...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 25 February 1860

I Ranaway It TMlQXltliO dutwqrlbor, on the U9th Jnrttwty Inst, r U ti Negro Uoyi i'HANK, aboiil 30 y?nvs of Age: [ Baitl boy is about fl*o feet oight or ten mobou-hlgh, ' *?'vy Bijuarc built, weigh* M50 or 1?0 Jiounda, very :;;u! Ouu of itis ? fiOiil. woiii l?>w .speck on it, nuil la f|iiiek spoken. Ho iihh a 4Epo?t' of/in fixc on yuo of his Tout, near the lifstop. 4 ' When ho left he htul on a palo bluo suck boat Mltl m VPlP'U'nH ami Jftvk twistod pnat?, ono pair of qaclu lie :il?o took a grey dip ami u low-<5rownet.l, ?Hck P W, about half worn, with hiiu Twenty dollars ro I. v;.? aw. i ?'ww .ill) TilK STATIC OK SOI'TIL OAUOLINA, VICKBNS?IX "OIllM.XAKY. Jacob Low in | vs V Petition for Partition. Charles Wood, ct.als ) "IT appearing to my satisfaction that William MorX gaii and wife Sarah, Alex. Wood, John Wood, Koh't. Wood. Tilnian Howard and wife Ann. (tefendatils in this ca.se, reside without the limit? of thia State : It id ordoje^t. therefore, tlmt tlie said ah' sont def...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 25 February 1860

il ifSV > ?i . .? ?? ? ?? *? .??.**? ?. *??.?? ? ?rk JL>? IP o ' Let im u l?y .m. it. ouiui. At -Icii'l of night 1 hoot*il ;i cry Tlitf Mccpinif thmitunil* hoar I it not A wiil, a omotlicnMl sob, :? *!??Ii. Of one who ivvckIIimI with luk lot A pruvcr, in I on OS *uhiluo'l an I low, I'proso, "O, Fiillior, let niogo!" l)isturho<l, 1 loofccl aIiimiiiI : tlio nl/ht Wiltf irrnnil ivilli *t;ir liirlil .in.I Milii I'l.nuii A in I marveling it' I ln'iii-il ini^lit, 1 asked, "What spirit sook-t iis 1 "A spirit, its own hilleivst luc, I( .said, *'O, Father, lot iii?* ' O, soul," in troubled tones. I eriod, "Why sock the winter ol'the A life l>y trial sanotiliod. Is tilting lor the truly t>rnvo." The voice replied, " woo Is mine ! O, Father, lei me {!<?!" From thai night forth, where'er I wont, Thai strange prayer sounded in my car.s : The "plaint of one with trial *pont. ()"er'inrno wilhoarvs ami sick with tears; I hoar it still, dial voice of woo, "(). pitying Father, let m...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 3 March 1860

... . .r . V " V. . - ? *1 a?..;. M, * * ff ^ 1 ^ViVif c! "? (hi "1B 3 r8 c j A s iUJ \jj ^ [? #s| IU il J i Jj "TO THINK OWN SKLK 15K TIU'K, AN1) IT MUST FOLLOW, AS TI1B ' ' ". NIGHT THE DAY, THOU CAN'?T NOT TIIKN BE FAIjSE TO ANY MAN." BY ltOITT. A. THOMPSON'. PICKENS COURT HOUSE, S. C. SATUllDAY, MARCH 1MJO. VOL. XI. NO. 31 gjgjLgQTPBlB) 'PO'ETn'f, ; My Humble, but Beautiful Home. < Oil give mc wlicn tllO lh?y is declining, And sunshine is flooding the west, My ivy-ohid mound where, reclining, f can wale It the birds socking their rest, And listen their twitter of sorrow Whilst through tlio lo?v-bree*es tliey roam, To nestle and dre:uu 01' to-morrow, lit in,) humble, hut beautiful home. Then g\?o me when moonlight is shedding It* briglnies;> o'er flowret und tree, And stftTS liVto !>n iwniv nro trending T? nature's own music so free. JVlid then let in<; ]iensivolv w.inder, ?!.? .I?I ' ? i i V- viii n i iMiir iriruM lUillll, Ami there on its loveliness ponder. In my hu...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 3 March 1860

mu ,<-1 -.iT^r i'V i. TBB ??EIJ02JL ROBT. A. THOMPSON, Editor. TERMS?$i.XO jior annum, in advance. IT payment bo delayed until nficr the v.vnirntion of (he yei\r, S'-J. For six mvnllii, " } cents in advance. CfiV" AdytM'ti^einentM inserted at the usual rati**. PICKENS C. 1!., S. C.: Saturday Morning, March 3,1860. Favors. * i Hon. J. I>. Asiimdhi:, our ill ton live Kepres'entutivc in Cougrcss, has our thanks for'congros.slouul 11 nd other favors. Retuiu Day, With its anxieties unci terror-, is passing. Tlie number of cases for this di.-striet will be between two hnd threo hundred, .\ndcrsun ami Abbcvillo have returned about two humlre'd eases ea -!i. beiug ratlier smaller returns than'usual for tin -o districts. i lio sessions of MiO I'ourt, tor tlio Western (ircnit, commences at Abbevillo on Monday next. Monday tlio l!'tli brings it to this place. Judge ^utt.nKit/ ii is understood, \\ ill preside. Original ArticlesTho articles of our correspondents, appearing ' in tliis numbe...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 3 March 1860

i?.r ?>'?. ?MiWi|ii Wl( . lnm.<iill?l^UI> ?I??+m4 REMOVED. J. B. K. SLOAN & CO. TiAVK KK.MOVH1) F.UO.M Tlicir Old Slnml on (he IflilB, TO Til ElII NEW STORE ON TUB COfTIT siJtMif ilie I'uhlio Square, nosl tloor to M the IV.-1 ofiioo. between the 1'dbI ofliuo and tlie i ?u leton Hotel. Ilftvi.... ----- * ?" 1 * " q- iniivii iiiiiiu ruuiii muy ivui uuconsiunuy j receiving a nuuh lnrgor nnil more varied assort* iiioni of (iooils thnn heretofore. Wo return' th< \iks lo our former euetomors for | tlioir liberal patroiuige, and will endoavor to melit ft continuance of the fame. IVii'lK'totj, March Kit, 1800 31-1 Al)Mh?ISTRATOiiS' SALE. \17"IL1, 1$]*} ROM) to tlio highest bidder, at T the Into residence of Clinrlos Hunt, de- ! conned, nenr Townville, in Pickens District', on j Tuesday the tldrd dtiv of April next, nil tlio ' VKRSrtXAL PROPERTY belonging to tlio ' Estate of paid deceased. consisting of 'fcVra tiikfiv rVvffrooN, C~4 -r ? * * * umiiiu oi mum ooye anil ^iris ao...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 3 March 1860

? ? ,rn ftrnm**ttimo wnni m>l)mi?iit^tMI POEYftY- 1 Too Late. BY MISS Mt'l.ocll. OhiM vo conic Inek to me. l)onpln?, Pouglus, In ihc oM likeness tbut ( know, 1 would ta so fuithful, i?o lovtug, Douglas, I'ouglujj, JJouglns, tcndtr nml true. | Never u scornful Word uliutil t grieve y.r, 1 11 smile on ye nwevt ;is tl?v augeli >io; ijwecl as your sinilo on tflo ?lii>n? liver, DougUa, bouglns, Iviiilcir iiinJ trno. O to call !>noV tlic iIuvh Hint arc nut ' My eyes wore blinded. your word* wove few : Do you know the truth now up in flenven, Douglas, Douglas, tender an J true. 1 novcr was worthy ofyo'i, Douglas; Not Imlf worthy ilio like of you : . Now all men beoido scjein to me like shadows? 1 love you, Douglas, tender and true. Stretch out your hand to me. Douglas. Douglas, Drop forgiveness from Heaven like dew; As 1 lay my heart on your dead heart. Doug'as, Douglas. Douglas, tender and true. t VArU'ZYY. Homy Winter Davis. Wo It avo no apprehension that tlto voto of tho lio...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 10 March 1860

* r : L" J?i. . ,,/ c ?- ,rr 1 ' 1,1 * I.I > ?.. . ?.m , iiy llOB't; a. thompson. pickens court HOl.'SK, S. (i saturday, march 10, 18C0. VOL. xi. no. 3-\ '.'..J ! 1 in \4.nmjm m mrt?i , ., . i?mmmmi" I^LlOTro Child of Sorrow. When the angfl bands of llenveii f (Juther round the throne nbpve, There (o hymn (lie anthems given l?y the tied of pence ami level (huo oh ! blighted child of sorrow, On the glories of the night, fi.i/c nti l pray that on the morrow Thou shall wing toward their light. llnrk ! a vocal strain of gladness Wanders from the evening sky, l)rivii!'i from the breast its sadness, l.ti' iniT imvi.iiiu o.*??u *?*? o ' J.ist ! the sound of kindred voices Seems to upon the ?ir, , l'or ilie heurt iu bli.?s rejoices, Of each happy spirit there. \ Child of sorrow! though lliy pillow Oil is stained with burning tears, Though like bark upon the billow Whore no isle of hope np|>t>ius; Still the scenes of toil mid silliness, Boon shall leave thy weeping eyes, When n port...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 10 March 1860

r*Tt~V1i fir-T" "'11 111'* in* i?i |? WE ** - - ~ ROB T. A. THOMPSON, Editor. TKIIM?&??1.50 ]><>r niunim. in ndvnncp. If p*yiupiii K?''?.lr|iivtfU until Alter flip expiration ol (lie , your. ."J2. K?r six tnntitlm. 7*> cvtils in udvuiioc. ?? ./"Advertisements iunci ted :it tin.1 usual rates. . 1MCKKNS C. II., S. C.: Saturday Morning, XIarch 10, i860. To Correspondents. Soveral eoiiununii ations, uitli our usual eorros. Jvpuilt'iioo, nppcur in numlier. Weare j.U'iisoil to receive well written, j>?i*r.io?l itml hricf iirtielcs tor insertion in our coluii.us. Tliese, liowevcr, can only ajiju'iir ms our jiiiljfmcnt niny ile'erminc, Hii'l i?t sticli time as >piice can ho iitlortle.l. Nocessiiy, aside from ilic isircumstyneos of c.'uli )>articnlur ons<>, <leinau<l? flint our own regulations l?e not departed from. We cannot rceeive cominuni- j cations in aav oilier way. Wc trust iliis statement will l>e satisfactory to correspondents who have re ceii...

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