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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 15 September 1860

^~r /:7yJW5, f r f t 1 * . ' ' ' ,- , , - - , _ c "TO THINK OWN^SELF BE TRUE, AND IT MUST FOLLOW, AS THE ^^ ^ NIGHT THE 1)AV, THOU CANST NOT THEN BE FALSE TO ANY MAN." BY IIOB'T. A. THOMPSON. P1CKEN* COURT HOUSE, S. C. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1860. VOL. XII. NO. 7. The Game of Life. s IIY KM/A COOK. ! With eager hand Ilopo deftly weaves Tho mantles that our prido would don, While busy Anger'i) Curo urtrearcs The garments as we put them on. -> Wo rear our palaces of joy, ' And tread them will* exulting shout. Till, crumbling round, 'tin plainly round . : Soiiio coi'ner-Hlonea have been left out, And thus wo play the game of Life, Shadow ami substance ever blcndinar: 'Mid (lowers of l'eace and toors of Strii'o 1 Gaily beginning?sadly ending. The maiden greets Iter swain to-day, Thoy j-'*r to -morrow and she tlouts him ; Now she helloves whate'er he'll -?ay, A month has gone??l?9 ! she doubts him ; The lover hangs upon a plnnce. With glowing trust nnd earnest sueitig; Next- year he ...

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. — 15 September 1860

!. L iL-LL?: '"J 1 - ?1 111 rail 'jDUiii ROB'T. A. THOMPSON, Editor. TERMS?$1.50 per annum, in advance. If payment bo delayod until after tlio expiration of the year, $2. For six months, 7o cents in advance. Advertisements inserted at tbo usual rates. PICKENS C. H., S. C.: Saturday Morning, September 16, 1800. vrvn imnomintm HON. JOHN C.' BRECKENRIDCE, OF KKNTUCKY. FOR VICB-l'KKSIDENT: GENERAL JOSEPH LANE, # . OF OKRGON. Return Day. For Pickens District, is Saturday tlio 29th Soptcmber, instant. Court coimnoncos on Monday tho 15th October next. Terrible Calamity T _,1? VI.J- ? <. tiu mviiuivi uuujr r.iyin wiis run illio oil | "Wuiiregau, Lake Michigan, by ivn unknown vessel on ilio 8th inst. There wcro upwards of tliroo hundred and fifty passengers aboard, of whom only soventeen woro saved, as far as known. F. A. Lumsden Esq. ono of the editors of tho Now Orleans Picayune, and his family, are supposed to bo amongst the lost. Favors. Col. Ashmork continues to favor us with val- j ...

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. — 15 September 1860

U!_ - - LI'I . IL'L.IW > ' *' i*** " ?"? ' IMPORTANT SALE. THE STATE OF SOUTH CARODINA, ANllKHSON DISTUIOT IN KQVITY. Kxeklel I'ickcn*, ] K/.ekiel 1?. Nob'.e, et. al. i Bill for Hnlo of I.itnriu vs. f and Ncgrrfes. for DivisThomns Jones lMekcns, I vi?iotv&o. Maty )). Anderson, ct.nl. J I)Y virtue of mi order from the Court of EquiJt# ty. to mo directed, I will expose to stile, on W?dncsduy tlto 7tli day of November next, (it | Pendleton Villugft, tlic -Lnwl nml Negroes de- j scribed in the nruceedinns of this enso, nf> a part of tlio Pcrsonni nml Kenl Estate .of lv/.ekiol Pick- ' ens: " TUB COTTAGK Tit AO* OF LAND. Containing Twelve Ilundfcd Acres mortfor loss, which said land lie* on son oca River, three miles west of Pendleton Village, and is hounded by Inndi of Robert A. Maxwell, on the south* . north and east l?y George U. Cherry, and west by Sonecn llivor. ONK TRACT OF LAND containing abont Twelve Hundred Acre*, more or lean. Thin Tract Iic3 tvt tlie foot of the mount...

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. — 15 September 1860

"POETWV. The People in the House. Homo love the glow of outward show, Some Ioto mere wealth and try to win it; Tho homo for mo may lovely bo, If I but like the people in it. What's tho gold that glitters cold, When linked to hard or haughty feeling? What'er we're told, the noble gold Is truth of heart and manly dealing. Then let them seek, whose minds are weak ; Mere fashion's smile and try to win it : Tho house for mo may lovely bo, If 1 but like the people in it. A lovely roof may give us proof Tlint lowly flowers arc often fairest, And lrco3 whose bark is hard and dark May yield us fruit and bloom the rarest. There's worth as sure 'neath garments poor, As o'er adorned a loftier station; And minds as just as those, we trust. Whoso claim is but of wealth's creation. Then let them seek, whoso minds arc weak, Moro fashion's smile, and try to win it; The house to 111c may lovely be, If I but like the people In :t. W7 /? fn) nr?,ciiJ<\7 w ^irauirb u u REPORT. In the House of Represe...

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. — 22 September 1860

W1_ , - - - / - *' 1 lt - ' k K B E E J. M ifc IB lil IIBIIE B "TO TII1NE OWN SELF BE TRUE, AND IT MUST FOLLOW, AS THE NIGHT THE DAY, THOU CAN'ST NOT THEN BE FALSE TO ANY MAN." - ? " ' ' * ~ " * "" * ' ' ! * " " " llOB'T. A. THOMPSON. PICKENS COURT HOUSE, S. 0. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1860. VOL. XII. NO. a ?E!LE?Y[E!E) ?, The Watchword. Awnke ! hearts of the South, Vour (rust is betrayed. Awake! men of the South, I Vour rights tlicy inviulo Whose lovo should brotherly bo. A Watohword I'll giv?,^ And ft rallying cry ; " In tho South we live. For the South we'll dip." 1 Union ! furled be its flag When Justice lakes ? flight, Union, its spirit is gone When " might makes right," And equality'H but a name. ^ A Watchword I'll give, And ft rallying cry, ' In tlie South we live, For tho South wo'll die." Uprouso! men of the South, In slumber you're lost, Hand I together unite ; Kacli man to his post, Aggression litis pone its full length. A Watchword I'll give, And a rallyitig cry, "In tho ...

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. — 22 September 1860

V , BOB'T. A THOMPSON, Editor. TKRMS?$1,60 per nnuun, in ailvnnt*. If payment be delayed until after the expiration of the year, $2. For six months, 7r> conts in advance, fifeiy* Advertisements inserted at tlie usual rates. Pfriruwc n ii c? ^ . A iVIH4ilW V* Jl?< Ol \J I Saturday Horning, September 22, 1860. FOR PRESIDENT: HON. JOHN C. BRECKENRIDGE, Of KKNTUCKY. FOR VICE-I'RF.SIDKNT : GENERAL JOSEPH LANE, , L Ok" OIIKUON. Return Day. For Pickens District, is Saturday il'o 29th Septombor, instant. Court cominoucos on Monday tlio 15th October next. Railroad Accident A fatal accident occurrcd on the Illu? Ridge llailroad on Saturday evening lust, ns the cars \voro returning to Andorson from Sandy Spring Camp-ground. A negro hoy, (a train liatul) uwuou oy air. a. u. Uamimiri.i., of L'ondleton, was standing on t/be ton of tlio cars, when, in passing umlor a public bridge, he was struck on tho neck by tho bridge, knocking him oft'- lie died almost instantly. Tho boy was standing wit...

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. — 22 September 1860

. Ui..H.LLL!L " i i i, | ^ IBXPORTANT SALE. THE STATE OF, SOUTH OAKODINA, ANDKUHON UUTIIICT?l.N KQIJITY. Kxekiel I'iokens, ) Kzekicl 1'. Noble, et. nl. I Bill for Sale of T.nmis ' vs. }- unci Negroes, foi' Divia i nomas joiics i'lokeus, | vision, &c. Mary 11. Anderson, et.al. ) BY virtue of mi order tVom the Court of Krjuity. to mo directed, I will uxpo?o to Alilo, on AVodn'esday tho "Jth day of NovoiuI' m* next, nt Pendleton Village, the Lnnd and Negroes doKoriltud in the proceeding* of tlii.s ease, an a part of tho Personal and Ileal Kstuto of K'/.okiel Pickenf>. dec . icd. to wit . TIIK COTTACJ K TRACT OF LAN ft, Containing Twolvo Hundred Acres more or Ics. which Haiti land lies on Spnuca lliver, three miles west of Pcndloton Vilingo, and is hounded hy land-* of Uohort A. M.ixwetl. on the south, north and east hy (ieorge R. Cherry, and wost hv Seneca Kivcr. ONK TRACT OF LAND containing uhmit Twelve Hundred Aore*, nioro or less. This Tract lies at the foot of tho mountain n...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 22 September 1860

mf IV yottKiY, Song of Saratoga. BY JOHN Q. SAXK. ** Fray, what do they do at the Springs ?" The question is easy to ask; But to answer it fully, my dear, Were rattier a serious task. Aud yet, in a bantering way. A3 mo magpie or inocmng uiru Mings, I'll venture ft bit of a song To tell wliftt they do at the Spring.*! Imf rimie, my darling: they drink The wateiB ho sparkling and clear; Though the flavor is none of tho best, An odor exceedingly queer ; But the fluid is mingled, you know, With wholesome medicinal things. And they drink, and they drink, nnd they drink? And that's what they do at tho Springs! Then with appetites keen as a knife. They hasten to breakfast or dine; (Tho lattor precisely at three ; Tho former from seven to nine.) Yo gods!?what a rustle and rush When tho eloquent dinnor bells ring J Tlinn "n>v oat, and they cat, and they eat ? Aud thct's what they do at the Springs ! Now they stroll in the beautiful walks, Or loll in tho shade of tho trees ; Where many a w...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 29 September 1860

I" T() TI,1NE 0WN SKI.F BE TRUE, AND IT MUST FOLLOW, AS THE ^ '\f^ ^ NIGIIT THE DAY, THOU CAN'ST NOT THEN BE FALSE TO ANY MAN." I BY llOB'T. A. THOMPSON. PICKENS COURT HOUSE, S. C. SATURDAY, SEPTEMHEll 29, 1800. VOL. XII. NO. 91 .1 i .mi . ,, , , ,^wn . - - - - - - , U TSVSOY&D IFOETl^V The Temple of Dreftms. 1 | 11V I.I//. I K C. SMITH. I s?f! afiiv Night's fair estate? |j Night's p.iiaeo built on alnrry land ; 11 Hut nearer l>y with open pale, The Temple of tlio Twilight stands. And by tiioduskv wav 1 wait 1 I A ml press my heart with folded hands. I wail beside the snored door, Afraid In enter in nloiie, For in this* Temple, evermore, The griefs my orphan years haw known J.io like pale ghosts upon the floor. And, dreaming, in their sleep they moan. I wait?from out the purple West Through paths my viiil'd eyes cannot see, A soul-friend comes, love-crowned, love-blest, To walk these haunted isles wit!, me? To clasp my hands from oil' my breast, * ! And keep me gentle company...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 29 September 1860

TPMf (BiOJIMlio BOB'T. A. TH0MP80N, Editor. TK"RMS?$1.50 )iar,annuin, in advance. If payment bo delayed untWufter the expiration of the year. $2. For six months, 75 cents in advance. Advertisements inserted at the usual rates. P|GKENS C. II. S. C.: 8aturday Morning, September 29, 1880. FOR PRESIDENT: HON. JOHN C. BRECKENRIDGE, OK KENTUCKY. _ FOR VICR-l'RKSIDKNT: GENERAL JOSEPH LANE, v?r \n\ i jV? \js% . The Replies Of the candidates for the Legislature nnd the now advertisements have left us little room this week fur editorial matter. Return Week [3 passing. Up to Thursday night something over one hundred eases have boon entered, being a loss number than usual. Wo suppose the number will run up to 150 or 200 eases altogether. The return for Anderson was over 300 eases ; t.nl.. ? n 1'j ?i.? tl.. 1 ?l.?l 1? -".jo IMU . w.v unn 11.11 ( been miule it? ten years." Tho Court Of Common I'leua and General Sessions, fur this circuit will commence at Abbeville on Monday next. Judge Wardi.aw w...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 29 September 1860

I111 I ' ' L"r . " !1 1 . BUY A HOME! r|^UK Hiibgcribor, residing one nud ono fourtli 1. miles from Knox's Bridge, in Hurt county, (Jeorgiu, on the llond leading from l'eudleton to Cunic.svil!o, offorH for side THIS PLACE On which lie now lives, containing 150 Aero* o > or 40 Aoro^ of which are in cultivation, about 12 or 15 of which is Itivcr Hottom?tho balance good upland. . ALSO Nonr tho sniuo, on Shoal Creek, 100 Aoros of , .Lund, partly in cultivation, with u smnll quun- , tity of Crook llottom, ninl two settlements on tho pluco. ALSO | One hundred and fifty Acres of Lund, in Frank lin county, about one-fourth of which is Creek Bottom, with fair improvements on tho place. Terms cus-v. For further information undress JOHN J. J. SI1KPPAUD. Parker's Store. On, Sept 22, 1800 9?3 B^OuThe (Srccuvilte Enterprise and Anderson I (r<izr{(c will copy each twice, and forward ac- I ( Ollllt ti> ln? ...v. ?*. | ' FOR SALE, A VALI AHU: l'LWTATIOX. "IT'^ B oftVr at private i*al? h vnl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 29 September 1860

9 . POKTSIY. u p The Spiritual Railway. ?l The following lines woro found in it railway stagu lion Iiquso in England, supposed to hare been , irruien uy a gentleman who had been thero deAn. mined: The way to Heaven by Christ wns made, j'j] With Heavenly truths tlio rails v: "TO laid, ' From cavlh to Heaven (lie line extends, To life eternal where it ends. Aw cuout.'s. Wo arc travelling home, we arc travelling home. Til \\'c arc travelling home, to Heaven above, J We are travelling home, to Heaven above, To sing a Saviour's dying love. At Repentance is the station house, i iH-ru [msscii^eM are taKcn iit: No fee is there for them to pay T* l-'or Jesus is himself the way. (T The Hiblo is tho engineer, Which points the way to Heaven so clear; Y? Through tunnels dark and dreary licre, 1< .loth tho way to glory steer. Lore is the firo. 'tis sure as steel. It drives (lie engine ami tlie wheel; All you who would to glory ride. Must coine to Christ, in him abide. ^ The lirst. the second, ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 6 October 1860

X4 . , BY ROH'T. A. THOMPSON". PICKENS COURT HOUSE, S. C. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 6, I860. VOL. XII NO. 10, MUEOTttP IPOITB^YFrora Simms' fortbooming volume of I'ocms. | Swcclly Full the Dews, ? Sweetly fall (lie dewsjof night. Gently swells the evening air, And the inoon, with maiden bright, Walks her dreain-like sphere ; ' And I lie tlower now folds her leaf, And the bee hath ceased his hum ; Slumber & ills the mourner's grief? Rapture, too, is dumb. II. Not a murmur wakes (lie shore, Kill'il with strife ami sorrow long ; Ami, in place of ocean's roar, j 'Chore's a breath of song! All's not grief thai nature knows, Skies arc never all o'errust. Ami, from Heaven, a sweet repose. Anguish wins nt last. mi. Wherefore battle with the cloful, When the morrow's calm is nigh ? riven as we brood above tlic shroud, 11ni'k the lullaby ! For each joy that flies to-day, One more bright tlie morrow brings, For each dear bird flown away, One to-morrow sings. 'P OLUY iivO.ALu IIY RKQUKST. From the ...

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. — 6 October 1860

If? \>OBT. A. THOMPSON, Editor. TEKM'i?$1.50 per annum,in advance. If payment be UtiayoU until nfler the expiration of (lie year. $2. For nil month*. 7f> naniu i?.i tar a.i vortiKcinents inserted nt the usual rates. PICKENS C. II., S. C.: Saturday Morning, October 0, 1860. for phesidhnt: HON. JOHN C. BRECKENRIDGE, of kkntucky. for vlck-rkf.sldf.nt : GENERAL JOSLPH LANE, OF OKKQON. The Election For four members to the Legislature and Congressman takes placo on Monday next. Thus far no excitement lias attended tho canvaou ???*.! ???A ?....?? ?L..i ? * nuu nu inni t llllb IIOIIU I1IIIY HIlOW IIself. There is no opposition to Col. A?iimohk for Congress. So far us wo am learn, lie 1ms discharge! his iluty faithfully anil ably. It is ineot and proper, therefore, that his vote on Monday next should he large and an approving one. We commend this viovr of the subject to his friends. Senator Sharpe- * Our ostoemed Senator, Mr. Klam Smarts, designs spending several months of (lie year in...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 6 October 1860

NEW FALL AND WINTER GOODS! rjniiis SUitsciuuKii having .just rk- j ,1 turned from NEW YORK: WIIEUK UK 1IAS 1JKKN PIJRG MASItfCi IMS STOCK OF FALL ANI) WINTKH (100l)S, with n particular regard to the wants ami demands of this market, hereby informs his olil customers and the miblio generally, Hint | foe is now recoiving u fro*m tmpply of DRY GOODS, FANCY GOODS, Notion*, Ilurdwaro and Cutlery. Crockery and Qla^sware; Drugs, Modioino?, Dve Stuff*: Hats and Caps; Hoot8 and Shoes. A well selocted Stock of Heady Made CL O T H 1 N G, Tu short every thing commonly kept or cnllei for in the market. All of which ha* been bought on, the most advantageous term*, and will be fluid as low as tho same Goods can be bought in any' market. uasn ami prompt, paying customer* arc in- ! tiled to call and look through my stock, as I' charge nothing K>r showing mv Good*. Z. \V. OltKKN. Oct.4.18('?Q 10 if MEDICAL NOTICE. rpUK subscriber also takes this method ofin1_ firming-his patrons and the puldic gen...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 6 October 1860

" ? 1 "l"-" hi 11 POSYlftV. The 11 Bow in the Clouds." % 1!Y. !*. * J. As when tM sun, amid a sliowcr His beams irrudiant sheds, Tlio varied bow across the clouds, In beauteous contrast si>rendsf So when aflliction'* raindrops full. And gathering clouds dismay, Lot but the Sun of Righteousness Emit bin glorious ray? And Hope, athwart the gloomy sky, Her cheerful bow will arise, To cheer the Christian's path, an I turn His mourning into praise! From the New York Ledger. The Boat Builder s Daughter A LEGEND OF BEEKMAN KTKEKT. ItY WM. 1IK.NKV PKCK. Years ago when New York was but a village to its present might, ami where now the stone image of Sir Walter Kuleigh stands, ; unmoved by the roar of hurrying thousands on Broadway, at the corner of Pine-street, j swung the sign of an ale house. 15efore the door stood a stout oaken bench, whereon the j worthy burghers were wont to vie in smoke j mid the quailing ot* beer, and perchance bev- j eragc more potent. Here, as the sun went | down...

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. — 13 October 1860

pifgiEj ij| jpiMESL "TO *'.N*K OWN BKLF RK TRITK, AND IT MUST FOLLOW, AS THE * NIC! Ill' TIIK DA V, TIIOU CANST NOT THKN RK FALSK TO ANY MAN." HY ROIPT. A. THOMPSON. PICKENS COURT HOUSE, S. C. SATURDAY. OCTOBER 13, ISCO. VOL. XII. NO. II (*=?'S*fl rr? r*i <=;? rv w ie>>e.ni' vw U l?>iy IF'UlM.Tir&V, The World Harvest. , j They are sowing their seed in tlic daylight fair; SThey uro sowing thwir sued in the noonday's glare; .Tliev arc sowing their soeil in the soft twilight, They arc sowing I heir seed in the solemn night? What shall the harvest be I Tlioy ftic sowing their ?oed of pleasant thought. In tlio spring's green light "they have blithely wrought ; Tlioy have brought their fancies from wood and dell Where the mosses creep and I lie (lower buds swell, uare snail Hie harvest be ! They are cowing the seed of word and deed. Which the cold know not, nor the careless heed, Of (lie gentle ward and the kindest deed I'll at htire blest the henrt in its sorest need; Swe...

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. — 13 October 1860

to| ROB T. A. THOMPSON, Editor. TEIIMS--$1.50 per annum,in advance. If paymeat bo delayed until after tbo ext>imtii?n nf (lie year, $2. For six month v 7"> cent* in advance. Advertisements inserted i\t tho usmil rntes. PICKENS G. ir., s. c.: Saturday Morning, Octobcr 13, 18G0. FOR PRESIDENT: HON. JOHN C. BRECKENHIDGE, <>l' K K.NTI'OK Y. FOR YII'IM'I! I'.SI DF.NT : GENERAL J03EPII LANE, OK OKBIHIN, Njw AdvertisementsSco the ndvortipcmcntH of salvs of Ileal and Personal Estate in this papor, now anil ol<l.? The papers advertising for Dr. Ucnj. lliiETTwill withdraw his advertisement, and send accounts to this office. Court Is iii session at Anderson this week, Judge Wakdi.aw Piiksidinq. Court will convene hero on Mondayjioxt. We have been called to Anderson just at the timo required for the discharge of our editorial duties this week, which will bo a sufficient excuse for any deficiencies in this department* State Agricultural BocictyTlio roadcr is referred to our Advert...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 13 October 1860

?. "" ' FALL AND WINTER J^TOCK OF OKOOEltlES, consisting of sua A11. Coffee, MOLASSES, BAI/f, OnEESE, KICK, TOBACCO, NAILS. &0.', &C. SALEM. JEANS, Tho t?ost g?od? for inuti*it wear, now made, and otlior Dry Goods, Ac, for Main low Country I'roducc of nil kinds takon in oxclmngo fur Good.^. J. J. LEWIS, l'ondletoii. Oct. 10, 1800 11 tf LAN 1) FOR SAL ft /"\N tho 29th of October, will bo offered, at " / public sale, on tho premises, tlic following 'irauUt of bund. Sale to comtmucc at 10 o'clock: Tho II iwnnl Tract, containing 2">0 Acr?J.i in trc or le<s, LI of which is g iod IJranch Bottom ; Six \atti* ?oo<lo I in llnnl* i?p w? Tlio II 'tno Tract, of it bout -IS Acres ; 11 A-o'Ci of H ?tti>nt?part seeded in Wheat an<l Clover. dwelling and oiitlmildings now. The MoClollmi Tract. of loO Acre*, a portion cleared and fenced ; tlio balance some of the Bti'ongoat highland in Piekeiis. If the above huid is sold tlio Provisions, Stock, ?te, will ho offered for sale. To...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 13 October 1860

U . ? I POETRY. Autumn. * S. U. WHITMAN. I lore to wandor through the woodlauds hoary, In tho soft light of an nuttunnnl day. j When summer gut hers up hor robeB of glory, Aad like a dreaiu of fancy, glides away. How through each loved, familiar path she lingers, Serenely smiling through the golden mist, Tinting the wild grape with her dewy finger*, Till the cool emerald turns to amethyst. Warm lights arc on the sleepy uplands waning, lleneath dark clouds along the horizon rolled, Till the slant sunbeams, through the fringes raining. Until* .ill ll.a I.il1? I- 1 1.-I- ... - ? v.v.jr gum. Beside (lie brook and on the umbered meadow, Where yellow fern tufts flock the faded grouml, With folded lids, beneath liicir balmy shadow, Tho gent i in nods, in balmy slumbers bound. The little birds, upon the hill sides lonely, Flit noiselessly along from spray to spruy. Silent as n sweet wnn<li>rin?r f lirtn<?li? " Shows its bright wings, ami mutely glides uwny. Tho scentless flowers in...

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