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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 11 August 1860

vmm* x | "w THINK OWN 8KI.K T1K TRUE] AND IT MUST FOLLOIT, AS TIIB ^^ ^^ ^ICIIT Till: DAY, T1IOD CAN'ST NOT T1IKN ill: I'Af.Si: TO ,1SV M \X." BY ROB'T. A. THOMPSON. PICKENS COURT HOUSE, S. C. SATURDAY, AUGUST II, I8G0. VOL. XH. NO. 2. I , SSLEOTrE? POETOV, The Old Song. nv M US. I? A. K. KUOSS. Oli, snip ngaiii I lie ilcnrold strain My mother simp to mo. >YlfY-n holy i-iiys, of rnrlivr (\nyx. (Moiwifl'l through our ilirt'ah.oM tree! T'io .nnnsit Iiht. in ]<ui'|ilr glow, <!Y^pt o'er I lie siiiuh'M sill : iXIip lVupricil I hero, in (lint old cluiir? M?fllKT'. 1 f.cc tlivu still. '{DftolftW-ravcd roof, with inns*}- woof, Amfl ca-vejiers trailing o'er; T!io ntury Ion/, tlie dour oM song, llosiilo licit orikrtu dour. 11'11o eyes tint slione, the melting tone (( if J-lnit sweet voice si ill conic, Ti'i"l?Vj VKcrcd linir ami j?l:iintivc prayer-? JUphI .memories of my lioine! l.ong j"?kts lmve lied ; 1?o vines are dead, And withered tlml old tree ; And Mwerniore. beside licit door...

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 August 1860

. IffiJE J3I)URIJ?JL ROB T. A. THOMPSON, Editor. tBUMS?pernnmtfr. in nJvnrtcc. If pnyhu'nt l?9 dol ?yci| mil il niter ilio ex|iir.A?i<>n of I lie your, $>'.!. For six luoJit lis, 7-"> contn in advance. U t):^*AilYerli^>iiK>iiK lii!*prti'<l ni (lie us.nil rules. - ?; PICKENS C. If., S. C.: Baturdp.y Morning, August 11, 1860. FOIl rilKSIDF.VP: HON. JOHN C. BHECXEN&IDGE, Of UKXTrOKV. ron vkm: ri;i:sii)KNT: GENERAL JOSEPH LANE, <!( ' OUKIliiN. Firo. AVo regret to learn Hint the residence of Mrs. >Ik<?k P. IiF.wm, near lVnilleton, was destroyed tiro o?i the morning of tho'-M instant, ni 4 ??o'clock. Most of the furniture wa" saved. The fire originated in the ifitchon, by accident, it is supposed. New AdvertisementsThe attention of the public is diroctcd to the new advertisements in this issue. The tJcrnitin Settlement Society offers desirable lands and lots f>?r calo. Mr. Towers desires certain persons to " tuko notice " of a thing or two. of importan...

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 August 1860

I JWI fV ?n^lun(J A BiMi*!6r, S Fouler. A II Tnvlor, ? I* Muvnio. S 0 Olierrv. J F WihuAi, J B llon*011. .1 K Jb W M' lt?lutic, J W II'trri?on. lllock* Ifr ley Jk Ornytons, J B Sitton, Wilhito ami llutri?J"mi. T U llor on ?t Co, K I' Yurnor, II NV l'icpcr. "W t^-Fnrrow, C Joust. S Brown, jr. H A'lj;?r. Smith & llovy. 'Smith A Clnrk. IiU C. ' Mill- j ww. .1 P Keul. J B K Sloan ft 0". O H Broylc*. : I' Bioinnii, A S Stc\cns ?fc (<o. W I*. Iliirhin. I j AV Tuvlor, K W Brown. J N Bro%vn. W M | Smith. J K A?lji?r. A ! Jiieknon. Sloan & Tower.'. I# A 0<h'?rtii?. J M Piirll'w. .1 Bnniptt. .1 !> Smith, \V II I) (l;iillnr?l. \V It Kurlo. ! V Shanklin. .) A MoF?lI. A 1' Calhoun. (J Sfmlmrne. J C Thornton, I) A IjoiHiotlur. ) \V F Thompson. T J Pickens, ) II Voight, J M Ilenckcn, 11 F f'rnvt:>n. Jackson & NtfhU, Henj?"n ? J. II F# Ituvnnct, 0 II I' Funf. N Daltnn, H F Sloan. J AV 1/vinjffrtort.' .1 S L'>rt?n Co, Killuc ?t M. Allen fc F. A Fisher, H C Skolton. K .1 Mu...

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. — 11 August 1860

The Christians Home. 0 LavniH thy bark, mariner ! ChrS?iiuu, (IchI itpecd theo ! Lei loo*o thy rudder baud, Uoo<l angel* lead thee ' 8t>t thy kiMa warily, Tempests will come: Nu'?ir liiy course steadily, Christian, etecf home I I.ook lo !! <! weather bow, Ureakers a.'" round thee; Let full thy plummet now. Sh-illoWtf in it y ground thee; nrri in mo lorvsaii there: . Hold tlie liclin fiisl ! So lot the vwiicl we.ir. There ?wcj>t tlio bl-iM. ? Wli.it of iiip niglit, watchman t What of the niglit t" 41 Cloudy?till fjiiicl. Noluii'l yut?all's right." 1 to wakeful, he vigilant, Danger may lie i\l an hour when nilpccuietli Securest to thee. ItiiW (riiinu ll.rt I.I..I- * Clear out the liohl; lloist up iliy merchandise, llcave out tItv gold ! Tlicro, let I lie ingot* go. Now llio 5lii|> tights; Hurrah! tl?o lmrlwr's near, La! the red lights ? Slacken not sail yet An inlet or Ulnnd, Straight for the bencon steer, Mraight lor the highland; Crowd all thy canvass on, Cut through ...

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. — 18 August 1860

"T? T"'^ ?*X S, ,'r AN" Ml'ST KKillT^HK LAV. T^MOl' OAN'MT NOT TIIKX BR PALSK T.^A.NV MAN." BY ROUT. A. THOMPSON-. PICKENS COURT HOUSE, S. C. SATURDAY, AUGUST 18, I860. VOL. XII. NO. :*. SSkSSQ-TK? IPOSTOY, What is Life 'Tis the quivering <lew tlrop stnniling On (lie violet'a purple elieek? 'Tis aii occnn mm is soumliii};. 'Tis a spoil llnit death will lucnk. 'Tis a flower Mint fti'lcllt ever. hot you cherish us you will; ' Tl i ? j?l i it t'l it fi I ;t!i it sv Jl* Ill it.h I im j ii^J. good or ill. 'Tie ix pllclicr nt the fountain Thnt ttlinll crumble every dny ; 'Tin tlie ii?ir?t upon tlie mountain That l'liusbus drives awny. 'Tin ? quickly mivin^ li.nnl In the nullity clock of timo; 'TIs 11 grain of desert sund Swept by tho win ! ? of every dime. 'Tin a silver chord that bindclh The spirit nn?l the clay ; 'Tis ii Hrrpcut (linl mclinntrth With itH pleasures, tiny by tiny. 'Ti-" i narrow lnnt> that ciuU'lh Willi I tic ilismiil pulo ot deal h, Whcro n hideous parlor slnmli'th...

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. — 18 August 1860

.... - _. ROB T. A. TH0MP80N, Editor TERMS?$1 .fift per nnnum, In n<Wiuie?. If pnyK tnoitl be ilehutcl until after the expiration of the I year, $'2. ^For six month*, 75 cents in ndvnncc. dvertisoments inserted at tho neurit rates. PH3KENS S. C.: Saturday Morning, August 18, 1860. I. PR KSl DRNT : 1 HON. JOHN C. BRECKENRIDGE,! OK K KNTUCKY. FOU VICIMMtKSMH.NT: GENERAL JOSEPH LANE, Of tillKOON. Election for Mnjor General. Gen. Smith has reigned his commission of Major General of this division. An eloeti m 1 has l>oeu oiflered for the 27th September.? ' I liirce candidates arc announced for this office iu the present number. Rain- &c-. Since oupdast, fine rains have fallen. The weather has also been coo^r, ami is now more ' pleasant. The District ElectionVoters should bear in mind that the polls will be opened but one day (Monday next.) to re- i coivo votc3 for Clerk, S^erilV and Tax Collector. Tho votes will be counted at the Court House, on Wednesday, as asual. WaihaitaT" ...

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. — 18 August 1860

[ I'OR SALE, Valuable LaiidM aud Town Lot* ! ]l rpiIKGKllMAN 8KTTLEMBNT SOCIETY 1 OF Oil AlifjKSTON offer for nolo the following valuable Tracts nnd Lots of I<and, situate in Pickens District, to wit: The Tall Trnct, Or No. 1, containing Sixteen 11nndrod nnd Forty Acres. On tlie premises, tliero i* a Mer- j chant Mill, Saw Mill, Thrashing Mnohine, j Turning Lathe. Cotton fiin. tirstrato Dwelling , mm goon out iioiiaos. The Water l'owor on this ! tract in superior to any in tlio StaJe. Tho Land j lies on both nf Little Itiver, adjoining Col. liurnctt, .Toptlm Norton, llankln and others. 1 Tract No. 2, containing Tlirco Hundred t\nd > ^ Sixty live Acres, having thereon atmmll wntor ' . fall. and adjoining No. 1, Cnpt. lUibins and ! others. Tract No. 21, containing Two Hundred and ! Ten Acre*, adjoining II. \V M Bogjitntul other*. | Tract N 1. l.'l. e outlining Ooc Hundred and | Ninety-throe Acres, adjoining lloggs, Crenshaw , * and others. Tract N'l. lfi Tumi IInn.1 . ?.! .....1...

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. — 18 August 1860

"ft!1 1 H'wnn. at nnMiii i * POSVWY. Never ?ay Fail. Keep mulling: 'lis wiser than sitting Wile, Aii'l dreaming and sighing, mul wailing tlie tule ; In life's earnest iiatlle they only prevail Who d.illy march onwards antl never say fnil! With an eye ever open, a tongue that's not dumb, And a heart that will never to sorrow suceuinli. You'll l> title and conquer though thousands avail, How strong and successful who never say fail | The spirits of angels nre active; I trow, As higher and higher in glory they go. Mftliiiil<? on In-ioiit iiininnw from linnv?n lliov ?n!l To cliccr iu?>l eiK-ourug* who never my IV\il! Ill life'* rc*v morning?in ntanlinnirs l>oM priile, ].e> till* l?e the motto your foolMrpn to guide: " In Ktoriu iiii<I KiiiiMliiiu*. winterer nKcail, I'll onward to conquer, nnil xf.vkr h\y faii. !" *?rr- - - . . -r?r Views in Syria. PAl.MYRA. An area of about ten miles in cireumfcreiioe is covcrcd with the ruins of i Palmyra. Lony ranges of colonades, ma...

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 August 1860

- ?' "~<jj^" """i ' ' ' ' - *-* 1 1 1 -'"' .i jl_. .-'-.'.'-L. '" -' _!. ^'4L ! '" .. , '. . . ' ". 1 " "' j ')'/ IS r| IV.W ? I? -s A. ip m ni B) j rp [f) Ui ifi ? tw i li I).') r( i < j( J "TO THINK OWN SKI.F I?K TRUE, AND IT MUST FOLLOW, AS TUP. ' . K1GIIT THE DAY, THOU CAN'ST NOT TIIKN BK FALSE TO ANY MAN." jS BY R0BT. A. THOMPSON". PICKENS COURT HOUSE, S. C. SATURDAY, AUGUST 25, 18(H). VOL. XII. NO. 1. SiSLEOYlg!? 1POKTKV. If We Knew. If we know the cnrc.i and crows; Crowding round our neighbor'* way ; If we know the little losses. Sorely grievous day by 'Iny, Would we then so often chide hint For his lack of thrift and gain? J.ottviltg on his henrt a shadow. Leaving on our lives a M.iin ? If wc knew the clouds above us. Held by gentle blessings there. Would we turn nwnv nil t -..?>1.11.. ? ? In our blind ami weak dospnir ? >Vo 111 we shrink from lit lie shadows, l.ying on (lie dewy grass. While 'iis only birds of Kden, Just in mercy Hying past ? If we knew the sile...

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 August 1860

I J' i1 ' ifiiDOfMfU / r EOB'T. A. THOMPSON, Editor. I THRMtJ?$1.50 por itnnum, In advance. If pay^Hjmonl be delayed until alter tlie expiration ol the H|yc:tr. $'2. Fur six months, 75 cents in adrancc. 08^A<lrortison;enls inserted at the usual rates. PfCKBNS C. H., S. G*t H Saturday Morning, August 25, 18G0. IKON 1*11 MSI UK NT : HON. JOHN C. BRECKENRIDGE, OK KKNTIWKV. FOR VICK-PUKSIDKNT: GENERAL JOSEPH LANE, of (iltKUuN. To CorrespondentsA communication from " 1*is crowded out H this week for want of time :uul room. I Arsenal Academy. Applications lor tho post of benofiuinry in the Arsenal Academy should he filed with th? Secretary of tho H iard of Commissioners of Free Schools on or before the next meeting of llie Hoard. Oration , Wo arc indebted to Col. Thomas Y. Simons for a copy of t!ic Oration delivered before ilie '70 Assosockition, and society of the ('iueinmiti, ('linrlcston, the 11U of July, 18'JD, by Hov. K. T. \Visklkii. Wc have read it with pleasure and profit. uesu...

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 August 1860

" I . II I<ist of ConsignrvM | At Anderson Depot week ending Aug, 18, 1800. J 11 M Slum & (Jo, T I) Benson & Co, AC Ciim|>hell, W A door, T A Shornnl. ) K Adtfcr, C! W iliiiiunuiul 1'oiisiiu A J, J U Sit ton, 11 W Kuhtnmn. ! C Enton A Co. 11 F iSh'ftn, ! W Colib. AO Norri*, StnpluniH A Co, M U Turno, | A M Uollnn.l, J S Lorton & Co. 1) Hiemnnn. | hi*. Buchanan, Smith & llovy, J M 11;?j^ooil, ) j 11 Alper, Uov. A A Mor*o, S K Maxwell, A S ; Stephen* A Co, \V It .Jonc*, Jones A S C L : Uu'iUnrl, Hvnnn A Co, I, A Osborne, 11 W l'ic- | per. II A Wiley, II I, Jcflers, .J .J Lewis, Wil- i iiiio A 1 lurritxiii, .J Millwro. ?I A Alehcek. A 1 Kinhei- S - - . . - <>, Ull^lllliu 00 IMVWiy. IV A .Miles, ' i Weekly <fc Crnvton. J M l'arllow. K (J Skleton, II N Wliito, <Je >r^o ltoof. ) I) A limoves, Win. i Yunwiek, FentherKton >t llovt, K W Hrnwn, .J I. Orr. S K Maxwell, J A M . Full, W llnyne. .) | 0 Ijowis, A M Holland, ) 0 MuCurry, Slnnn ?fc Towers, J 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. — 25 August 1860

r"1""-1 . ? ? ' ' 1 " 1 11 1 1 POETRY. The Four Scasout. A bluocyed child that sits amid the noon, O'erhung with ? laburnum's drooping sprays, Sinking her little songs, while softly round Motig the grass the ehet|uer'd sunshine ['lays. All beauty thai is throned in womanhood, Pacing a summer garden's fnuntain'd walk, That stoops to smooth a glossy spaniel down, To hide her blushing cheek from one who talks. A happy mother, with her fair-faced girls. hi w lins^ sweet spring her youth ajcaiu site sees, Willi shout, ami dance, :in<I laugh, and bound. and son jr. Stripping the autumn's orchard laden tree*. An nged woman, fitting in a winliv room. Frost on tlie* pane, without the whistling snow, Ue.vling old loiters of her tar-oft' youth, Of sorrows pa d. nnd joys of long ago. 33 AY!-J Aba/m The City of DnmascnsThe recoilt massacre at t!ie eitv of Ditmasrus, i'i Syi i.i, ves renewed interest to the historv of that aneiout city. The Phihulel nliia Hulletin says : l)amascu-< was an 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. — 1 September 1860

?i" I I ?il | ; ___________________ "TO TIMNK OWN 8KLP III-: TUCK, AN1> IT MI'ST FOLLOW, AS TUB ^ ^ NIGHT TUB DAY, TIIOU CAN ST NOT THEN ])B FALSB TO ANY MAN." I!V ItOli'T. A. THOMPSON". PICKENS COURT HOUSE, S. C. SATURDAY, SEPTKRlHER I, IWR). VOL. XII. NO. 5. fljftLtO'frgb POETRY, 1 The Ivy Green* II Y <_ II A 11 I. K S II I C K K N S . I 0 ! a dainty plant is the ivy green, Thai ereepoth o'er ruins oM , ' Of right choice food nro liis meals, I ween, I In his cell so lone and cold. The wall must lie eruuiblcd. the stonedecny'd, To pleasure his dainty whim; And the mouldering dust that years have made, | Is a merry incul tor him, ! 1 Creeping where no lite is seen. I : A inu'o old plant is the ivy green. I ; r*?t hestealeth on, though he wears no wings, j ' And it M mnoli nM head is lie; 1 11 ow closely lie twincth, liow tightly heelings To his IVi- n I?I lie hugo oak tree ; Anil lightly lie taileth along tlio ground, And liis leaves lie gently waves. As lie joyously hugs and ...

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. — 1 September 1860

inn wsmm: ROB'T. A. THOMPSON, Editor. TKRMB -tfl.GQporiuinam, in advance. tf payment 1)0 delayed until after the expiration of tho year. $'2. ror six months, 7-r> cents in advance. ?tayAdrertieements inserted at the usual rates. jhCKENS C. II., S. Saturday Morning, September 1,1860. FOH I'UKSlDKST: HON. JOHN C. BRECKENRIDGE, OF KKNTliCKY. FOH VICK-l'KKSlDKNT: GENERAL JOSEPH LANE, OK OllKQON. err?.-- --*rr- . To Correspondents Special attention is directed to Mr. Crawford's article on tlio " Preparation ot' Cotton for market." Mr. C. is one of onr best practical fainers n'ul planters, ami his published experience m*v l>e relied on. We should be pleased to hear from liim on other subjects, connected with the farm &o. This and one or (wo other urticUs lias left lit 11 o Mnm ?l.io Juuna Death of Mr. O'Bryan. "Wo nro grioved to learn that Hon. Lewis O'Bryan*, State Senator from St. Bartholomew's parish, died on the 19th ult. Col. O'Brvan was a self-made man, and had attained hi...

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. — 1 September 1860

[ JLANI) FOR SALE. jr ri^IlK Mtbecriber will t^cll at private *alo on 1 JL good toruip, u Valuable Tract of Land, ) Situated in Pickens District, on tlio watern of (Miiic?t<>c crook, near Bachelors' Itetrcut, containing Five Hundred Acres more or lesi?. The tract it improved, with about thirty acres of hot- I ton* land thereon. Thore arc gtWd i?choolfl and churches convonicnt. For particnbirH. apply to (5. W. milLLlPft. ColonolV Fork Pw. Ang. 22. 1800 4-?f NEW LAW FIRM. | K E IT I f .? - Win.' v. a AVToa^tyi AT LAW. 'pSIK nndor.v.?;;cl hftymg forinod a copartnership ; S, I invlor the name ami 8t vie of KR1TH & WIl.KKS. ' nn<l will attend promptly to all Imsiix'ss entrusted | to Ihem for the Districts of Abbeville, \nderson, i l'iokens, Greenville, Spartanburg find I,aureus. | Mr. Keith '.'ill practice in ilie Equity Courts in those Diitrlv'ii. Their olliae i* at Xo. H, Brick llange, Anderson i C. II., S. C. H. XI. Kkitii, Wahiiks D. Wii.kks. i i 14. mno 4 iy CABINET MAK...

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. — 1 September 1860

POSTHY, Nowadays. IIV AJf OLI) LADY. Alas! how everything Is changed Since I was sweet sixteen, When all tho girls wore homespun frocks, And aprons nice and clean ; With bonnets unule of braided straw That tied beneath the chin, The shawl laid neatly on the neck, And fanned with a pin. " I recollect the time when I Kodc father's hor^e to mill, AcrosH tho meadow, rock and field, And mi and down tlir liill ! An<l when " our folks " wore out at work (It never inado me thinner.) 1 jumped upon ft horse baro-back, And oirricd them their dinner. " T>ear nie, young Indies nowadays Would itlmost faint away, To think of riding all alone In wagon, ehaiso or nl?igh ; j And as for giving "pa" his meals, Or helping " nia " to bake, C>h dear! 'twould spoil their lilly hands, Though somotiincs they make cake. "When winter caino, the maiden's heart, llegan to beat and lluttor ; D-.l t 111 I > ! "1 J^&vi. bUuU .Wuiv* UNO Hi* viMtt'HU Ulll Sleigh-riding in n cutler, Or if (lio storin w...

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. — 8 September 1860

\ m \i E E Jjjlflpii m in is) 11 ii ii. "TO THINK OWN KKI.F BB TBl'R, AN1> IT >IU?T FOLLOW, AS TUB *" V ^ NKIMT TUB MAT, THOU CAN'S* NOT THEN 10'. FALSE TO ANY MAN." 11V ROB'T. A. THOMPSON. PICKENS COURT HOUSE, S. C. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 18G0. VOL. XIJ. NO. 6 Kind Hearts. Let but the heart bo boautlful, And I oaro not for tlio face; I heed not that the form may waiu l'ride, dignity or grdce. Let the mind be filled with glowing ti ights, And the soul with sympathy. And L care not if the cheek be jnle, Or tlie eye lack brilliancy. "XVlint though the chock lie bountiful? It soon uuiHt lose its bloom ; The eyes bright lustre soon will i'tdu In the dark and silent tomb; But the glory of the mind will live Though tho joyous life depart, And tho magic charm can never die Of 11 true and noblo heart. T'..e lips that utter gentle words Have a beauty all their own. And more I prise a kindly voice Than music's sweetest tone; And though its sounds are harsh or shrill If the heart within ...

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. — 8 September 1860

fgj 'IE' ROB'T. A. THOMPSON, Editor. TERMS?$1.50 i>cr nnnum, in advance. If payBient bo dflkyed sintil after tho expiration of the year, $2. For six months, 75 cents in advance. RfcjyAdvovtUomentu inserted at tho Usual rates. PICKENS C. II., S. C.: Saturday Morning, September 8,1860. FOR PRESIDENT: HON. JOHN C. BRECKENRIDGE, OK KKNTUCKY. I i FOK VICIMMIKSIDENT: 1 GENERAL JOSEPH LANE, OF CltEQON. New Advertisements Appear ia this issue, in such number, as to pro- i cnt us from specially noticing each in turn. We j desire, however, to direct attention to each one of 1 them, as important in themselves ami to those in- > ( crested. And who is it, tlint is not interested in ( the advertisements? Ilo&d them. Saleday. j The ruin foil in torrents early Monday morn- , ing, am! doubtless kept many persons at homo. ' ? There vroro not ninny sales. The Pkrkins land 1 was b'ul ofT at $">,600. Sovcral other tracts ) brought nominal prices. There was a general complaint of the scarcit...

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. — 8 September 1860

wi! i' .liiiV,,:- :'u ? i > i COMMISSIONER'S SALES. THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, IMCKKNS IN KQIUTY. Willia^l Jllltjt, 1 vs > 1)111 for Partltiori, &c. * Samuel M. Hunt, ct. als. j \ UNDKIl a deereo of tlio Court of Equity, m?(U ^ in this e>no ut Chambors, the Commissioner j, will ?ell to tliu highest bidder, at l'ickens Court ^ House, on Saleday in October next, the j Valuable Real Estate o Of the latQ Ciiarles Hunt, deceased, situate in tbe District and State aforesaid, to wit: Tract No. 1, containing Two hundred and Sev- J AdMu L-??.?? ? * ii * 1 ?j _ ..vvn nivi muiiiu jiiaec, nnti . " lying on Little Heaverdain creek, adjoining lands J5 of 11. L$. Harris, No. 15, 11. 0. Triblo, Jordan I '' Hums and others. " . Tract No. 2, containing Two hundred and Sixty- 1' nine Acres, and adjoining Nos. 1, 3, 4, Win. Hunt C and others. Tract No. !1. containing One hundred and Thirty \ Acres, and adjoining Nos. 2, 4, f>, 8. Brown, It. ( Holcotnho and others. t Tract No. 4, conta...

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. — 8 September 1860

POETRY._ From the German. Memories of the Rhine. As the summer moon shines rising Through tho dark and cloudliko trees, So my soul 'mid shadowy memories Still m gleniuing picture sees. All upon the deck were seated, Proudly sailing on the llhino; And the shores in summer verdure Olcamcd in sunset's crimson shine. auu i rcsicu, genuy musing, At a lovely lady's feet ; And her d?ar jmlo faco was gleaming ( In the sun lays soft and lltru Lutes wero ringing, boys were singing, Wonderous rapture o'er me stole; i Bluer, bluer grew the Heavens, Fuller, higher swelled my soul. Like i\ legend, wood and river Hill and tower before mc Hies; And I see the whole reflected ' In the lady's lovely eyes. i I - I J Oo' /cspoiulcnco of the Cincinnati! Gazette. Railroad Correspondence. ' ('iiAiu.KSTON, June 30, 1800. ' The principal road lending ont of Charleston is tho South Carolina Railroad, and this ! is the prominent Railroad of the State. The | main track runs west to Augusta, 137 miles, I where i...

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