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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 10 March 1860

?"?. < 111 mill in ?.in I %yn I-Mstlijikncks on tuk Itio Gra.vuk?Tlic l "Washington correspondent of the New York ZJWvj/fMelegrnphB the iftllowlng: lien oral Fornun Britlon. who arrived Kfrre Inst cloning fiuni Texas. with despatches from Gimi. Houston, litul a protvaotod interview to-day with t'io Pro*iilo'it n?d Seorclary of War. Ilo gave them n full and truthful statement of tlio condition t.f affairs us they exist along the whole 1 ue of the Mexican frontier, Ho Hiatus that ' .1 ........ ?.l II" - * * j?v? 11 lion ???.?? ru . ;unui v 11 lit i I mil i tlio people of Trxns di-.ire to know whether the Vnitoil States intend to intvipot-e in their lie half and protect thorn azainsfc tlio mereiless j nnd inlanuis Mexican banditti. if the I'nited States eaijnot nn<l will not interfere, then they will take the law in their own hands, nnd if necessary earrv tlio war into the enemy's country. They desire, however, that the lTnited States (i ?veriiincnt should take the matter into it...

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. — 10 March 1860

1*9 *" ^ v If-. - "* ' \' . From Ood^j 'a l.nsl.v'b r?K>k. The Closing Day. IIV Mil,I.IA.M |\ wool). ticiitly fulls tlu> twilight <USweetly now tlio scuphyr blown; KvonlDX's uu'l mellow laic Tim# the lily uutl the rude. Sink* llio ifuy-jro*l in the ivesl. Slowly, Sil'llv. fniles nwn\ : Glory, breathing from (lie breast, Lingers o'er the 'Ivitig d.iy. Clouds of purple linoil with 1..M Veil his sjdehdors IVo it mil- sight ; Shut tlie jM)rti?ls mid behold ! i llrightly conies the roign < >!' night. St irs are troubling in the blue, Limit s silvery horn u|>|n?nrs ; Like an :vngul peering through l\?illg;tl ? m,m i , tun vji t MJ '! Now the stars fire shining bright, (ilitteviugou Liiuir chrystul wall*; While their so'l subduing light On tho world ol' beauty fulls. i mi*i ii'iv i m giory smiie. When tny lit(l%> <|ntv in o'er, 1'athcr. lik? n star of thine. On thv ln-avon'a unhonii'loil slioro. sabbavu nr/v^Na. Extract From a Sermon delivered in Charleston, by j I ...

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. — 17 March 1860

| ^ f f I , > ! J!. ! . ., . .. ' . / HY UOB'T. A. THOMPSON". ??,,,,TO , ?= ' . ? HOUSE, S. C. SATURDAY, MARCH 17, 18GO. /~ V0L X[ KQ 3:j ?^IL "?*.?* IT [?(15) P.nr^TrTrJ W I .sion of nublic fostivitv or nrUv.fn ~ . "," - 1' . __ Dying In tho Dark. JIV O. W. I.AWN. Heo, th<? lntuplight 011 I lie window iMllltci'H down in gohleu lined, J'cnoililtg up tlio. rumbling Uudgcfl, l'initing jowclij ojt tin1 pines, l'nliiling how ii]ii>u my pillow, no-ting IVoni its rilxilil route, Pulling Ininior. fainter. (nintor, Uoil! <)! (Sod! (he light is out ! Pulsing through (Uo?lrearv ilnr'knt,(>s, ('oines (ho wiKl nnd winging wind, Aiut it# rentiers, weird finger.*, tjniek tlio em-tains whito unhind, O! 'lis fearful to bo lying With these eyes so gln/.od and stark, And to fool thul I am dying, Dying, dying in the dark. I can hoar the rushing river, And [ know that shadowed light, ^Venvcth golden gateAay ovo.r, Knch soft wavelet in its Might, Ah ! could hut one gleam now roach v *0, d...

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. — 17 March 1860

. fifflU FUSiL! I ttT ' ROB'T. A. THOMPSON, Editor. TERMS?$1.60 per annum, in (\<lvunr<\ If p.iy h HiiMil.li,- ilolrivi'd iiiitil lifii.r it.o , vi. . r.? I IIvl yi>ar. ?3. For ?ix months, ""> cviilx in iu'vftiK-e. i | *3}T AJv ciliHOini'iits Insortcd.U (lie imunl rnios. ! PICKENS ('. IT.. S. C.:' j'ij ' Saturday Homing, March 17, 18C0. II(i the nrtirlo of Mr. Cit v.yvm>. on "Cotton ' Culture," in the secmnl line from the bottom of Fj tlie ceeond pprugrnjth, lor " fcsu>vntali >ii "*ieiid iKjruieatiyfl. f ? ? Winter, un1?lu?hi?/U*. lingers in the lap I ' bf 8pi'iii?-" Tin? coM h:vs b'.vn this week very IT voro, and tlm ice tbickand plentiful. Tlje peaelies, ( both iu'ljml and bloom, haw, so fur as our er.:oui- . nation .extends, boon kill" I. Vegetal ion, of tho 1 * , 'J tender species, Iris boon on' ?.?!V or badly whitened. SoO'l-tflue will be uifloubl>*>11 v delayed hy tUe unu- f mi:il weather prevailing will in tli lust fbw day*. j Wc stilt have hope of ...

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. — 17 March 1860

wr 9 S ft i iw?n j Muudku in Akkansas?Three. Persons LvNoirw)?-A* Faitiiij,'.h8 Wii'b.?Capt. (')?oe!j who feachud 'Memphis on Friday last, furnishes the following particulars : Tii CtiitCiidch County, Arkansas." not fur from Marlon', artd oijjht or ten miles from ' -luinpniH, uvea a man named ltobinson, and Ins wife. On last Tuesday night but one, I'obnnry 21, no ono being in the dwelling but Robinsyn and his wife, jUfst iih bo was retiring for tiio night, a shot tirud by some port-on outside,camc crashing tbroUgb the window?it was well aimedjnnd the unfortunate mart fell before bis wife a corpse. Who could have done so hellish a deed was a mystery.-? Strong excitement nroric in the neighborhood, ! and Robinson being a favorito with the uoigh- j .. -i-.? ... u utnciiiiimitiuii was espreescu Hint justice should be dune. Investigation leu to tlio discovery of auspicious conduct on the I part of the wife of tlio murdered limn. So dark imd damning Were the indications of her gttilt, tha...

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. — 17 March 1860

? .?? .*c - jVw-vCy IC-T; ;?> -? ? ? " *' *'"V ' f V <T > .1. ii. . .i>m.ii. ar;?^ay? m>j.i i ? m n ' ! n ??n . . * [p.dsfjiv! r . . | i -4.: . r -..- - . . ?^;r . Tho Diamond. . * 11 v .1 u> ii rwirt. v A fafher lisul two ?I-io<jlucrs fulr, (hiy wus quiio young. Ihc'oliivr older > Tlx* eliler w??rt> n <1 into lihtftrfrv ^ 'IMij* y'oituj?oi?>vnM Millie flnrt knMnr. Jitt 'uia one ilny, * This iliitmoud bright, I ii piVv to li?r who j'ii?tc.? iih- wittiest'!" Tho 11- lttvgo blue even honni'il-iit lift; sight, Ami one knew which loukMtho prvtticsl. Tho chlor s?i?l; "Tltegoni ii? n?irt?, i:.M- nil iho young iiH'ii ii> tli* aity Aohiiowlt Ijjre th: i I lo siipiifttio, Not (inly l/a-iiill . but wjtty. My oyo". tli>?y snv, li!?r nro, Mv tooth m l>?*iiiiiiI'iiI us |n>urls; im v in ; aic rutin - n<Mi mill rnl*v, l.ikc umber two i;tv <l;iiicing cutis!'' "Oli ilion." tl'c younger nrulily snt(lk ' It ?ueli a uiIikj of ;'"ii * urc thine, Sunnt b...

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. — 24 March 1860

$ >?? 1 h ; " I '*1 '? t ."j. ?.> ' i . . ?y. > ,, .<1. .. . , .. _ ... ?a "T() T,11^,i ?'AN S,'u; BK T1UANl) 1T Ml'ST FOl.LOW, AS TJIK ^MUIIT Till: DAY, TJIOT^ CAN'ST N'OTTIIKN* EKl'AI.Xi: TO ANY MAN." ^ UV noux A. THOMPSON. PICKENS COURT HOUSE, S. C. SATURDAY, MARCH 2ri> 18(50. VOL. XI. XO. 31. iPOl.O'j/'D O.Alio ! and miniircr Droeesii w nrhr?*?iv*ii..?n.-nJ....ii~? I BPiSKOII OF HON J- D- A3HMORE, OV bO.JJ'lll OkUlyl.lNA, Iii die IIuuso uf Koprownttitivca, Maivli 1, 180 ), TUc llouno b.uing in ilic Committor Ml' .tho Wliulo vii tho statu of the. l.r?i?>n, Jlr. A<j!m?oro i;iivl : Mr. Oiuiiraian : It )i:ts neither bne.n tny w'?h n ?r my purjp.jsc to ouga^y in clali<ir.it(> A : ..v m - m u-uimvu. auy oxij jcjcnoo jms t.iuiriK mo llr-it it id lint tiiii.se who engage must frequently in discussion, or who ;?ro most npt to indulge in pliilesephic;d or abstract principles, niccppiia theories, n?nl philanthropies! itetttimentilitijs, tint .?re ?lw.iys found mo...

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. — 24 March 1860

I vm HI ROB T. A. THOMPSON, Editor. H [ --- TK.IlMS -$1 .">(> per nnnnm. in ivlvrinoc. II' pay .. ; mem i>>? loiiiywiiiiiii inter ui<; expiration or tlio yenr. ?i. For six montlig, 7"> ccnt* in tulviincc. gk-iV \ IvetiHrnimls ins?rip<l ut the usual rates. 1 t i ,_i p. . _ ?. PICKENS C. II., S. Ct: si J ? ^ Saturday Morning, March 24, I860. Acknowledgment. Messrs. AsllM.iUK. I / I (j \ \ :iinl others III. vn nur ' than Its for C'otigrODfiotinl speeches, pftporx. Sc. Personal Friend IKivt. of flic Anderson G>iftte, in ado a: Hyinj; visit.to tliis plflce dtiriug the present vreoK. Our biuiuoia :iran;;oiniMi!s wove such us to prevent us From enjoying his presence to the extent that we dus'u ud. We. i?i . i>l< . !.; sc; that siicco.'h flf l.t-. ?' ' ' n ? ?.?vvnvto unit I?u l IIIO VAtVllClll J? 1[T1. tli I ItgHlll . Court. The Court oT'oiiniion I'leas and CSonerul .Sessions, . for I'icUens district^ convened at t ItU ]>l:ico on Monday last. Judge \VitiT.s...

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. — 24 March 1860

tfgWMTTgr.ij. riTiTMT. I III, I-, I ill-1-I i- -Iirn?nii MARBLE YARD AT PENDLETON. I^VKUY ONE CAN UK SU1TKD, AS WK j Inn o on hund uiid receive every mouth llio best 1TAIiI,I? AND AMERICAN ]vr a.'P?,BI_I3?: POll Mil VI T \f l.'.V'PU Of A l?<3 HV\\ t 1>U - ' ? .u i l x \j \u uu AN1) 11EA DSTONliS 0 K A rA, SIZI5S A'ul n.s ohonjt A4 can Ijo bought nnywhero, with freight A added. Cut teller*^ 1-2 cents each, liaised letters, ?0 ecnU eiKMt; and tho letters cut deep and i , well. Wo havr secured the services of Mr. JOIIX i iJiii'iivKV ?8 our Aj^ent, who will <1?? all that I ortn ho dune to eivo entire untisfaction. All ' bnsinojt? transacted l??* him will ho ratified hy LI<<AVKL1< & WMTU Mui^h 20. I HOP 81) tf F AIUTE E S' AND HOUSEKEEPERS' HEADQUARTERS, niM.TVA'll' 1V V ft vmujin I jijjuuj U? \;. milR SUU'SCRtflBtt l3 MAKING YKltY JL extensive ndditiotjs to hi# stoeU of AGRICULTURAL TOOLS, STOVES, ri'Mrs, % IIOI.'SKKBEPIXG GOODS, FtJliNITUltlO, &*.. lie has Imd...

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. — 24 March 1860

? ? imh ! mimmmHL* . Speech of Hon J D Ashmoro, chixci.i i>::i>. u II j ooinpl iliis of t!io dsil.iy ot* tlio H<m*e to 'ti'to'i his pi'.?t> ).sitio:i to clcot a Speaker In* a plurality voto. l?uf, sir, it i? n<>t . < > much ?'i3 ?l?! iy whif'i ln< f ?k'*i* pi ic > 11oi""^ that tlio irC'ltln l) ill ol)i '("'.s t.K :is if !s t!w t liliii'n nt' IiIj piirpjij t ? a U publioau Sji'tk.T. It' wo ii ivo b.wi t ml;, till' irvtitli: nan lets 1??* in a hurry. It was only ?oin?? four or flvcVl.iys a ft or t'lis session ro hiiu'iicv?I, that tin' ICOO tiiMi id nil I'd In 1 ln> p.Mp'i-itiuii t<) cloot by a plurality vnti;. At tlio same time Mr. Sticr.ii hi *!i mI ivcivi. il t!i?' lu-Iu-t voto f??r S:>'a!c r; titi<I l?.-lV?i"?; dial time, it 1 mistake not. t!t <;oj)il',? i; in h:ul voted tor Mr. ,.*Iiert:l l!l. Wits it Hot. thet'elulV, tllDobjuet Ilftllis plurality tutv to elect Mr. olniiniOi ! Was it not i inject til' the ucittlcman from l'onn6vivan ia ...

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. — 31 March 1860

, . / ^ . . ? / ' n/7 Fr-i nr\( ^ ^ ^ * "TO THINK OWN HKI.F Dli TUUB, AND IT MUST FOLLOW, AS TlIK NIGHT THE DAY, TIIOU CAN'ST NOT THEN BE FALSE TO ANY MAN." BY 1102'T. A. TIIOMPSOV. PICKENS C0U11T HOUSE, S. C. SATURDAY, MA11CII 31, 1PGO. VOL. XI. NO. 3.>. <SrG*(l 7?/THfr*rrSN in>^prro\w I ? -i??> * >- ? ? - - -- 1 -3i lia ^ U l?j iJ if' IG? li IT1 1/ J Where Rest may bo FoundTell mo ye winged wind*, That round my pathwny roar, Do vc not know some spot. Where mortals weepno more! Some lone ami pleasant did!? Sume valley in the West, Where free from toil and pain, The weary soul may rest? Tho loud winds solicited in a whisper low, y\na signeu lor jnt_y 113 tliey nnswered? Xo !" Toll 111c, lliou mjghly deep, Whose liilloWs r(iuml 111c play, Know'st tliou sonic fiivored sjiot, Some island far away; Where wretched man may dud. The bliss lor which lie sighs? Where sorrow never lives. And Friendship never dies? Tho will] wave rolling in perpetual How, Stopped for a moment an...

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. — 31 March 1860

I M I I 1 tos mwimA, ROB T. A. THOMPSON, Editor. fKUMS?^t.'iO ?>ov minimi. In lulvnuce. If |>?*yinent bo dolayoil until at'tiv iln> o\j>irnti<"i of the your, $'J. For six months, 7 > ooivls in nilv:;iK-c? Jfc^f".\<lvorti*piuf?it}< in-"Vtrd nt i hi- iimihI nit on. PICKENS C. 1!., S. : Saturday M'jrninn'- Mnrr.h Hi 11P.0 Payors. . lion, i\ I? I'.tUKi:, M. 0.. nu 1 Jin! o I)??L*a1. \S COIl'.imio iu SO j.,M. ii., pu!:!!c '!-Cl!" ments, specchos tui<l paper*. Court Tho prc*ot)tniuut4 of tlic grand jury can Lo found in another <>>>1hiii:i. Tliore wore sonic forty indictment* returned ltv Mn> .........i - *' - tiutv. i iiu ** i iiiiu jury, nil wiu bills given them, found seventeen ' true" and live ''no bill." The. balance were compromised. The indisposition of the Clerk, Mr. lI.u;o<u>. who could not be present, was n serious hindrance to the transaction of business, lie is now up, and rapidly regaining bis strength. Special. Wo hud intended c...

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. — 31 March 1860

.' 1 mJWA?* You cant prevent birds of sddocss from flying over your head, but you inny prevent them from stooping to build their nest there. U - A Card. >'klu>w.Citikkxh: Having sold my land, and not knowing where I may nettle, I, therefore, withdraw my u.'iino us n candidate for Tax Collector. Ami. in ho doing, I hope you will acccpt my thanks for yoivv kind hospitality toward me while canvassiliff ? ??"? 1 ' ' 1 4 41 ...B ui?nu. AIFO. 10 my Competitors 1 | wotlld extend my thanks fur their courtesy in ' 'showing itiu 'round." GKO. F. STEA 1)1 NO. Mnrch 2 ?.1R(I0 1 ' j For Salo. j WILL ho sold to the highest bidder. on Niilednv next, at I'lukcus 0. II.. a largo HAY llOllSK.a* llio property <<f K. A. Alc.vandor. J. E. llAUOOP. ) M M. NORTON'. Assignees. J. N'OKTON. j Mhrah 2ft. 1800 :! > I Til 15 STATE OK so IT 11 (WHO UNA, IS IIQI'ITY I'IC'KKX.H. J. W. Omv, Master iu Equity, \ ,ft F()VccK)S0 .1. U. KinclicHsfr. ) M?nigai,t. IT appearing to the Court that J. 11. l'ise...

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. — 31 March 1860

f if < k f i ' Smiles mid Tears A Song. UV C l>. Mil' VKT. Tlio smiles tint lijjlit <oit?e kindred fftcCi To cheer u-< when l>y sorrow bowed, Arc like the _;l?>rimis? lu'iuns tlmi The dArkne-** from the -runnier el nil; v ... . ..... ?.*? ?M inc \itlll Tlic suii^hiuv i>t" iillVclti n's sk\ They lift iIm> Ihmrt li >.u gi'ivfs uM-.il And wipe die to 11* lYoui .--hi t. u ^ The tivr <lv< *?s on soim* V;iwlted eheck, Wiuoi \ t'uiii rl.- I \x it li de-p i'.r, Our spirits (jl.inm < mi lilt n 11 <I ) '?-1k Aiul h> iw i"'. s lii'ijt i tii-l.iii I there ; I ('.ill litl 'till I In-: II till' 11 viuMil''.! iiourt \ii.I sonlho o" in Iil'?* i ?addi-M hours. An I <<|>.h ,! ' .in ili" - .ill i's . I. 11As dews IIiii -!< ). on laii:; in_ !', wers. t oven >? ?!? vm.ii.. ...-! fi.v - i.. Like iil .fl : print-' t'r.un ilo> Thev iill o-> n'fr l iu> iiiih Im'. ki.l.i.i'u An I >;ivo u> hi'-hi y.trii'ii.<? O S in i iv*? Hi I I 1 >...

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. — 7 April 1860

* j^ "l" ,,,>X 8,:,*P ,!K TRVB, AN" IT Ml'XT WHAMT. AS TUB ^ ..^ K??ltT THE DAV, J'l!ol: CAN'ST NOT XU1HJ UK DI.SR T<? ANV MAX." | ; BY ROB'T. A. THOMPSON. l'ICKENS COURT HOUSE, S. C. SATURDAY, APRIL V, (800. ' VOL. XI.?NO. 30 ' :r~'" 'J,,J i ni aMmaMa-niHirwftrrurii.imfn.iTrnfrii.n .TI-T? ?,>.-.? > . - < ^ .... ? ? > > ^ ... r ,, , ,, ,,, M ? , , - |||M| , ma ^ , ,, ,,, , ,, A _ , ' ' ?'?L??TiElD IPOiETlrlV, I ?0ods ili the Stutc; and thev nro H.,1.1.. l? I V.J.m .k? A?.i. n The Bible. I The holy book is nil divine, To nuin in mpvey jxiv?*?? ; Its truths nil riubnnl ami henijrn, AViMi benms of living lustre ?liino, Ami giM tlie }>:>(It to Ilonven. I Upon this life's uneven wny, As xvc are swiftly ilriven, It sheds a bright. celestial ray, J? pointn to an eternal tiny, Anil bills na strive to HenVeU. i f i ' - .. (<iiviio vi'iiK ciiiiuuw o cv IIS lull, I.iko sable rolio of even, \ If gloomy (loulits the hcnrl ap|iil, *",i\ How sweet tlie cheering necent...

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. — 7 April 1860

' 1 JJW -X I' " 'JROBT. A. THOMPSON, Editor. TRRMS?$1." ) per Hnnam. iu advance. If jmymtnt b dot ?vo'l .tnlil utter the cxpirntion of the Jt.i u - 11 i-? - ? 1 jwv% rur ix moiuna, < > ccnis in u'lvniioe. ftrfif"* Aclvort ir*nu?n 1 n inaorted at t tie usual rat en. 1MCK UN'S C. II.. S. C.: Saturday Morning, April 7, 1860. Bash. Mr. Mi rctu;r.i. fin; |>r'>|>iiet<>r ? ftlio Six M!lo Cotionnnv. bus exhibited to us u <tii?o!uiOi? uf Ms *;fcth imule by machinery. It is uf a supfrmr character, hath a* reports exoeutmn ami tin; materia!. Ill* |?!i,inin^ machine i< al4y in working onlor. Mr. Miiciiki.i.. hv tin- ?upuriority of his mil!.-, can f\?ru;>h lar^o r|uanlitie?> ! of lumber, of iMynl or unusual length, at short notice ami reasonable price.". Segars. If you ftmofcc serais, fniy ??f Mr. .F. J. j I.fcWis, of l'eiullotnn. Wo have triu;l thoni, ami thftrnfiirn liv tlin i?nril ( )ni* tlmnlfv nro tendered for the tmnoli sent us. They enable >? to p'l/)' ...

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. — 7 April 1860

I 'ijyjujii 1^11 z < . . " " ^''TMIT'^AL Jl " ~ ???.*"*i'"".,"?'!::' f" ' >. P?*?. .. .. ..nr.-, mir.ui-uu.MDIK, or i'lOKCIM L>is| ?rii;;. lo Miss Ci.,\hini>a Mum. of Laurens. Now Storo an:l Nov/ Goods, No. Gt, south r'hIo of Main street, ?? .\ Ml.Vlilj.V. fJMlK underpinned toko pleasure in nnrtounc- j L ing to tliuir'former customer* ami tlio trade generally. that tliov are now reyeivingand opening one of the largest and be.st selected iStocks of Staple and Fancy Dry Goods Kvcr offered in the up country, consisting in part \ of a fine selection of ihe latest and must fasli-i i-mable .styles of B.mncts, h )th trimmed and nn- ' triinimvi. Bonnet Kibhons, Silk*. Bareges, Mus- , liu.?. Lawns, Brilliants, KnglUdi (.'hint/, nnd ; IVints: aiul a liberal supply of witch varieties | as we feci assured will please the m ist Castidi- I oils. A^SO, aline selection of Ladies -Collar*,' 1 Dross Trnii'nin^s. Kufbfmdnries, Shoos. <&e. &e. iv riAVt IT ii *A v? ... il> W^.M...

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. — 7 April 1860

?t? j? ?i * m* wwm m* km ?l %?. Pbiriir. Kind Hearts. Let but the hcail bb&utifiil, And I earn not fortius face; 1 liocl not tliut the form mrty want I'rido, dignity, or srruco. Lot the iniud ho filled with glowing thoughts, i\n i iiicsoiu \Tiii? sympathy, Ami care not it' tlu? check bo pule, Or the eye I u'k brillitoioy. What though tlio cheek bo beautiful? It soon must loose its bloom: Tlio evu's bright lustro soon will l'uilc, In tlied irk and nilout tomb. Hut the glory of tlio mlnil will livo, Tiioug'i tlio joyous lilt. depart. An 1 the magic charm can never <lio, Of sv tru? and noble heart. Tho lips tli a I utter gentle words llsivu a bounty nil thoiv own. Ami more I prize u kindly voice, 'l'U.ui in*i>!< ' ; sw.'C'-sl tone; An l though its Rounds arc harsh nnd shrill, It the heart within beats tree. Ami oolioos buck p.ich gl:id iuipulso, 'Tin nil ilie world to me. m^QEU,AKV. THE TORN NEWSPAPER ! DV Ol.l V KU 8>l NChA lit. <. r - ^ . l vim 111:\ i iuii?i:iii t...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 7 April 1860

m* m mm m wr a jim. ' p^STliV. 1 Kind Hearts. Let but the hoi't Lc beautiful, And I cnre not !" ??* I li?? t'uee ; I liocd not tlmt tiic form may want p..;.... i.. Let tlie miiul bo filk"l with glowing thoughts, 1 An I tlie soul wit'u >?y input hy, Atul o iro not it the 0I100U 1)0 pale, I>r t!to oyo li.-k brilli uioy. >VliiU (hough tho cheek b.> beautiful? li soon must loose its bloom ; Tlia eve's bright lusfro soon will t'mle, In the ! irk in I silent tomb. Hut the florv of lliu nun 1 wilt livo TiiOtlgii ttiu joyous life <le|).'ki't. An 1 the magic ehariu cm never iio. Of ;v trim un I 110 >?c he;;it. Tile li|?s (liat tiller gentle words II ivi! i beauty all thoiv own. An 1 ill on; I |>vi/.e a kindly voice, Tli.hi in wee test tune; An 1 though its fCiiun Is are harsh asi'l shrill, It'ilu; heart within l> it> tree. Ati'l o'lioi's b:tuk o f:h jjl:i 1 impiiUo, "I'is all ilic world to mo. m n B?| Tuaajg?ji .u. n ssaxmnn mimimnv. | THE TORN NEWSPAPER ! UY ol.lY...

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. — 14 April 1860

iiiiimi 'iyl r i li?n. '>. , v'> J. . . - i . \ ? t> ^?rv , , ? , lj li-ux-. . iwmiw iiiiw ?m? h?i ii ir i nrniii r it ?'?ti '^"1? "'* ?* ^ t ? ?.? f * ' ~ ." ~ ~~ * -' * Vt- 15 Cffl WiY/ ? IEi -' :r 7i;/ (p* fFi fifi fc) fi r? rs) /\\ !l L J \ f\ I V L V ?oS, /:^fe|'%o i J 8 , L I L J I fl I f' F) fl n ^ 1-6 L-J """PS1-;' .afjlp^ kJ L/ Ji U _i UJ i ? 'i>"W^i; .i-:. "'l %'::" " TO THINK OWN SIC LP 1JK TI1UK, AND IT MUST FOLLOW, AS TUB ' " XlflllT THK I?A V, Til MP I'A.S'^T NOT Til 3 IN UK FALSI! TO \NV MAN." BY ROB'T. A. THOMPSON. FICKKXS COURT HOUSE, S. C. SATURDAY, APRIL I>\ WGi). VOL. XI. NO. 37i " - --^," ? 1 .... ..?.. ? ? . ? ? ? ??? ? ? ^3 ^la[?L?"if*liL?) IPOKITlrlYj representing the people of tlio I"nited Stales. PresidenTa p^i-nspr ulmt ? ..> .> ii... ?~....:r ? ' ,,! * Homo, Bright and Pleasant. More than ImiUling showy mansions? More than dress mul line array M >re than <lo:nes or lofty Hlei'iilos M>re than station. |>o\ver : M tUe your l...

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