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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 20 October 1860

^ Q IP TJ j^jj IJ ^ ] 1 |] I "TO THINK OWN 81'LF BK TltUK, AND IT MUST FOLLOW, AS THE ^ NIUIIT TIIK DAY, THOU CAN'1 l NOT Til F.N UK FALSI- TO ANY MAN." IJY llOBT. A. THOMPSON. PICKENS COURT HOUSE, S. C. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1800. VOL. XII. NO. 12. D1TEI5 V | wonderful piece of mechanism. At noon the 1 peiccntoee on the cntiro cost, of iim i - Loro Imperial, I IIV W. UM.MOUK HIM MS, Willi nn iniprcHiitiiing Tnce i All'I n manner noft nml shy, Love I in peri ul ytciil"< hpnoe. j \\*hcn you li11lo dronin hint niph ; Von nmv nolo his searching phuico In th? nh?oiit ccinintr eye : Von nmy lr:ico him in I lie trmicc Of n young itlolntvy. Thoro ore Hjiirits ycl to win. Titer** are ho*om? still fo try, Aivl he deems il not n sin " To extend hi* I With n spell of \fider power. Thau the nmrtnl Klrics may plnv, II will scale tho hauchty tower. Though it ri'ggcd be. and liigb. For he arms lilm with a spark From a voting nnd artless ?yf, A ml ho strikes the loftv mark Which would other forc...

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. — 20 October 1860

TOB iMUliUBo ROBT. A. THOMPSON, Editor. TERMS?$1 .-r>0 per nnnuni, in advance. It' payment be <lelaye<l until after the expiration of tlie i year, For six months, 7"> ot s in mlvnncc. I JgyAdvoMlffinenls Inserted ai the visuiil rates. I PICKENS C. II.. S. ( Saturday Horning, Octobcr 20, 1360. | FOR PRKS1DKNT: . HON. JOHN C. BRECKENRIDGE, Ol' KKNTUCKY. KOll V tCI'M'UTSIDl'.NT : GENERAL JOSEPH LANE, OF (MIKtiON. Special Attention is called to the iulvertiscmpnt? of AV. II. Denia' ?fc Co.. of Walhalla. . Saulmann, of West Union; John J. I.kwis, of l'en?.1.~ l.?r, ? c r> ? 1 M.VVWM, n IIW ntft > i\ i 11 UI vu wcnr? mm 1 cavy (.Joods on hand: -John Burdimk, 'Adiniujatrator, who will sell valuable property; together with a number of other new advertisements in our columns this week, important in ! themselves anil to tlic public generally. The Fair Next Friday, at this place, will, wo trust, he'' well attended. Such exhibitions dovclopc tho resources of the country, and i...

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. — 20 October 1860

' .. i.ifflL11 _J_j . I 1 - >* '"J i1 T. DRAPER, WATCHMAKER AND JEWELLER, Pendleton, S. C., 4 leave to inform tho oiti/.enn of I'endle .1. J dlcton nod vio'mity, that lie lion located himself permanently ut this plnco. nnd is pro |miicu in uxvome uii woi'K in !iis lino on short notico. and tlic most rcusonnMc U'rin*. lie may l?o found, nt nil time*, at tlio Shop formerly occupied l>v Mr. Ju.itus. Oct. t-1, jyOO, 13 tf DB^UQIAUTKUKS, UNION C. II., S. C., Oot. 0, 1TC.0. O EN tillA I, OKDKftS NO. (1 HNMll Vl,S 01' imiOADK respectfully aro J required by law annually lo tn.iko mid transmit to the Adjutant and Inspector, Uenernl. by the filial' D VY of OOl'Olircil. a completo report of the strength of hid lirigado, uiul of tlic public arml &o., in possession. OoiioimIs of Brigade who liftvo failed to comply with this 1 of. lira hereby required to make such report by tUo PIUST DVV of NOVKMIJHll prox. imo. O jnorals of IVrlja lo aro. by law. responsible for tlio organization and d...

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. — 20 October 1860

I ? -H_l 1 11 1 " J^~' - ' '! J - . . 4*. POttTWY* Hopes of the Past. Thii hopes gofio by, (lie liope* timt nui?U? . A golden path to oilier years ; __ J J v? yu> MV???0 UHU l\?iun II a MIIIUC, Or. life had tost (vb'it lifo endears; The bonnditig heart, the spirit's piny, 'l'li( thousands that hcoui on wings to fly ! >Ve nsk in vain all ! where arc they t jj The days, the dreams the hopes gone l?v ! The bright IK'S*.ami I tie bloom have tied, Ami life seems colli jvb water now ; l'or mwiio aro changed and some aredeu I Thai knew and love 1 us long ago! Those golden visions come no more, As oneethev camu when hope was nigh, Rut do.tr till life's last pulse is o'er Will be the days, tii hope* gont'jby! ?u.rwwiwi> urn 11 .Mcvn wmcr> girt?airtjww?i mm wifft The Widow of Six Husbands. A T*\t.K <>K FACTS. The following rouinntio, though truo, statemcnt of faeUwas made to mc by a lady friend of mine : Mrs. L (my lady friend) was on board _ o?. r .**? 1 ' " j h .^r. iioui;...

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. — 27 October 1860

hwi iiimif am.h,,, i?. .. i i i ..... . - - , / fft'li #13 jg ICS 181 i IS His IB ? "TO THINE OWN SELF 15 E TKUK, AND IT MUST FOLLOW, AS THE ^ *'^ NIC! HT Til j'. DAY. TIIOl' CA.VST NOT THEN I5E FALSE TO ANY MAN." HY R01JT. A. TIIOMPKOY. PICKENS COURT HOUSE, S. C. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1800. VOL. Xllf NO. 13 S . 1,1 < ... -? i <3?V.F.?YEE> yQETRVj, 1 Tho Grave of the Flowers. 1 IIV J. AI.IiKX. The auttfinii hli\s( blow coMj ' Tl^e withered lo ivoi foil fiat, < Ami covercrl the grave of tho summor (lowers, i Aii'i shadows that veil tho p;?8t. . ; An I th?? inouruiii' songster tribe, ! llnvx^.1 1 ?? Where tlie "lying breMh of a sweet perfume, Whisporcd ' Forget-iur-not." , So I heaved a gentle sigh. And dropped n silent tear? A* H14J mournqr who g ixes on the dead, i ItudciTM the mournful bier. llut ii voioo of liopo nro^o From every withered Vied, And my heart grow light at tho blissful words, ( ' They sleep, but are not dead!" And so il is with us ; ?vlien oolil winds ch...

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. — 27 October 1860

ftp ??ttJiife ROBT. A. THOMPSON, Editor. * TKUM8--$1.50 por annum, in ailvnuco. It paymjMit bo dclayod until after the expiration of the year. S'2. l-'or six mouths, 7"> fonts in advance. fl42F*AilvorU*.omonts iti?rvtod at the usual rates. PICKETS C. II., S. C.: Saturday Morning1, Oc'ober 27, 18G0. FOU PUKSIPKXT: HOX. JOHN C. I3HECKENRIDGE, OK KKNTUCKY. i-on vici:-iM!KsiT>i:vr: (JENELIAL JOSEPH LANE, OK OKKUON. * 9k The Court A<ljou:-::c;l on Saturday nrirning last, after. a laborious session, leaving a few eases untried. There arc several heavy eases on the docket for tho next term, made up of slander, tfco. The grand jury adjourned on Tuesday. The business before them was light. Tho presentments may he found in our columns. Read Tho advertisements of Messrs J. 11. E Sloan it Co, of Pendleton : and the sale of the as?i r#r? nl * #% I 1 ........ ' -- 1 - ?->>??; ui vvii. 1.1 tn vur cuutiuiis this week. The Mines. t The Daulnnogn Su/na! states tlmt a deposit of twenty ...

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. — 27 October 1860

J 1 !JW.? JllU UL. ' 11 1 "J" 1 'I1.1 I AUCTION! I WILL SELL ?t public snlo, to tlio highctt , bhldor, on Tuc*diiv tlio 110th Octobcr, nt my , roiddeuco in WeBt Union, the following proper- ( ty, vis : Three bond of llorsos nnd one Mulo, Twenty i 1 * ?v?? va?i?, i mi nuuu luviuiiwg nnn stuck i H"g*. Twelve Sheep, Two Wagons, One Curt, j nml Sundry Fanning Tools: One lluggy and . harness, nin?ut 51)0 bushels Corn, Wheat, Rye, Oats nml Fodder; Household and Kitchen FurnitUre, among which is a complete sott of Mahogany Furniture. 1 Negro man, 1IENHY, ahout 3R years old, 1 Negro Wouiun, 1'IIII.LIS, about GO years old. 1 Negro Man, SANDY, about 21 years old, with his wife, about 22 years old, and 2 children, both boys, ajed 2 yearn and 3 months. Hither Negroes or other articles can bo trailed l\?r at private sale, except the Hogs. Terms of Side?All sums under $10, cash ; j above that anount, a credit of 9 months will ho ' given, secured by noto and two good sureties, ' with iuterest from...

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. — 27 October 1860

I MII ..m ? iimw? IPOS Tift Y. I i tin tlid CliAi*1citori Court eV. Mon ol' Carolina! Hear! T!io ?ph*iiof llebccc-i Motic, Sabini l'.lliott, I'm ily mi I otlior hwoinos of 1770, i-< not ox liu.-t in Soulli Cnrolini, but is bimiitip in tlie heart M'jior ilimplitor?, mul is uttered ill tlio linos givoi ljijfw from i . '. II which we t rust ?ill lie used mot-' frequently-. Tho writer i?n girl (np like tlio honest goo< old form, ns it onncks of the < 1?y when boy* am girls live 1 and loved) wlio lias a poo l ninrgtn ye within her teens. l.et us hear from her often, aii< from othei'S of liko spirit Anil talents. MUX <>! ' CAUOJ.INA ! IlKAU ! Am?"A"Cs tc/ni hiit-.'' Men of Carolina 1 hear! Hani fi out your hearts all fear! I,et r.- nil tiling d.> and dare, Now t<> met i the foe ! r.ct u now in tho light, To oppose the Noilhern miplit? Uod, we know, i for !'.:e right -l.et your wniih blood How ! Hy our honor, held fo high? l'y euOh dear and holy tie? T ip. et tho...

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 November 1860

i I .. . aw ' -T'T - _j .. .. " TO THINK OWN SKI.V BK TUUK, ANI) IT MUST FOLTOAT, AS TUB ^ NIGHT THE DAY, THOU CAN'ST NOT THEN DE FALSETTO ANY MAN." BY ROB'T. A. THOMPSON. PICKENS C0U1VT HOUSE, S. C. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 'A, I860. VOL. XII.,. NO. 11. _ 'f ? ?.=.... i , ... ...... ^.... ?Aiff'iPa ^7 I Unr?tll.l?f?in <i!?v.n T < '?? >i - *T ? * *? ' " ^ w J U J UM U 4 The Beautiful Gate. I stand lit the portal knock, And tearfully, prayerfully wait : Oli. >vho will unfasten the look. And open the licantiful (Jute? Forever nnd over, nnd ever 1 Must 1 linger and suffer alone? I* there none who is able to sever The fcttcr.s tliut keep rnc from home? My spirit is lonely und weary? I long for the beautiful streets: This world is so chilly an'l dreary, And bleeding and torn arc my feet. 01), open the lleautiful Onto For a world-weary pilgrim?alas ! My spirit impatiently waits Thy diamond-starred portals to pass. There is no one to answer my call. And the beautiful gate is barred, ...

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 November 1860

TOB (BiOJIBOiM, ROBT. A. THOMPSON, Editor. TI'll MS?$1.50 j>or annum, in a<lvnnrc. Ujmrmcnt botlolavod tintil fiftor the expiration or tijo your, $2. For six months, 7"> cents in a<Ivnncoy IS~I) .mrvniruilivui" MlKCril'U III 1110 IIHlllll ril^fj.i. PICKENS ('. H., S. C.: Saturday Morning, Sept 3, 1860. ' FOll l'KESJDBNT: , HON. JOHN C. BRECKENRIDGIE, OF KENTUOKV. FOll Vlf'K I'llKSIDKNT: GENERAL JOSEPH LANE, Ob' OUKdON. To Correspondents. ' A Praying Brother" will exeuso us for not publishing hfH%on)iuunu*nti(>n. It is too lengthy for our columns, f?ul also might fail of the good results ho anticipates. ' Bill " writes too complimentary of us and ours, otherwise his article, on " Court week," should appear. The Legislature. We give in this paper a corrected list of the names of tho members of the Legislature for future reference. This body convenes, at tho call of the Executive, on Monday next, to east the vote of the State for President and Vice President of the Unite...

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 November 1860

LARGE SALE, On Monday, &6th November, 1860. TTTIT I I... ?1.1 ? ? ? ? ? . anu uu rom, Ilk IIIU rCHIHl'llCfl (M IJCI1. ( . ?Y N. Ortrvih, to tho highest bidder, on Monday the 20th day of November noxt. tho Real and l*?i'Nunal Estate, Assigned by the said F. N. (Jarvin, for the bonolit of his creditors, to wit: Tract No 1, the Home Placo, containing Nine hundred Acres of Land more or lew, Mreil > improved, with good river bottom tborcou?nd- | joining A. II. Boggs, James Lauronco nnd ; othnrn. Tract No 2, containing Two Hundred nnd fifty acres more or lens, adjoining U. S. Ourvin, James J. Jarvin nnd other*. Tract No 3, containing Five hundred and forty acre* moro or lens, on the head of Crow creek, adjoining Wiley Iteevc* nnd others. Tract No 4, containing Two hundred and , twentyfivo acres nmro or le<s, adjoining Wnt j Crenshaw. Miuujah Alexandor and others. Tract No ft, containing Two hundred nnd seventv-six aoros more or les?, adjoining Sila* Stone, Folate of Maverick and...

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 November 1860

? The Lovely Knitter. Th?j Like liny birds with burnished wings. y dd Just dropping to the soa-ware's foam not | And bearing from its billowy home, i'JimJ The snow that to their plumage dings, low! The fluttering needles swiftly dip pqu( In sof?, white meshes of her work. ThJ Where quaint and loving fancies lurk; ,1 ?c' The eye betrays the silent lip. rls | jtlju The tiny needles loop the thread. Strung with sweot thoughts of summer hours, Of suiilitr..t on the tYnirrfiiit flnwora Of poems in tlio woodland rend. With prelude of the wild bird's song, An 1 blending with that warbled tone, The murmurs, cvennoro their own. That in tho pino-trco shadow* throng. And still,- moanduring from the hall, Fon I memory's chain unwinds and flows, Drops hero a snulv and there a rose, And hero a treasured word lets fall; So, on she knits, in twilight gray; Tho past and present, with the years Of morning's life, its hopes and fears, Inwoven with her drcauiu to-day. MasosLLAim. Facts about Sheep. Sim...

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. — 3 November 1860

? I'l ' Tho Lovely Knitter. Tin I^iUe liny birds with burnished wings. y <lc Just dropping to tho sou-ware's foam lot4 And bearing from its billowy homo. I tor The snow that to their plumage clings, low The fluttering needles swiftly ?lii> pqti( In soft, white meshes of her work, 'I'm Where quaint and loving fancies lurk; I tej The eyo betrays tho silont lip. rls I fit' Tlte tiny needles loop the thread. Strung with sweot thoughts of summer hours, Of sunlight on tho fragrant flowers, Of poems in tho woodland read, Willi prelude of the wild bird's song, An I blending with that warbled tone, Tlic murmurs, evermoro their own. That in tho pine tree shadows throng. Ami still, raeandnring from tho hall, Fon I memory's chain unwinds and flows, Drops hero a smile and there p. rose, And hero a treasured word lets fall; So, on she knits, in twilight gray; The past and present, with tho years Of morning's life, its hopes and fears, Inwoven with her dreams to-day. mso'Ehumv. Facts about S...

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 November 1860

/ ' // n ' 1 "" ' ' 11 1 ' . ' " .f*" ' . -^T, . ^ .... | V- - ^ ^ "TO THINK OWN 8KLF BK T1UJK, ANI) IT MUST FOLLOW, AS TUB * ^ '. :^^ NIGHT Til K DAY, TIIOU CAN'ST NOT Til KN UK FALSE TO ANY MAN." BV ROUT. A. THOMPSON. PICKENS COURT HOUSE,- S. C. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 18(H). VOL. XII. NO. 15 = $30JSOXEIB> lr??ETIrlY, DISCRETIONARY COMMITTEE. 'I Mr. Y.n^v in ok;. I The Noblo Farmer. " Agriculture is (lie most healthy. tlio most useful, .the 11109I nob!? employment of mini." [ Grorgc HAWmi<7<<m. What hero from tlio buttlo strife, With palms of victory crowned, Fame'sclarion inusic in liis enr, From anrtli's ret iclet-t bound? Whkt ruler o'er n nation's love, In- ujajesly sulil.me, Tlio fir^t, the greatest iu the realm, ' A ?w?ik iu freedom's dime, Return's to rural haunts to watch 11 in ripening wheat fields wave, A blessed gladness in his In-art Tlmt glory never gave. Who, 'mid his acres brood and green, Where plough-shares l>reak the sod, Prefers in sylvan (oils to ...

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 November 1860

M-Ut-IUL JI?IJ ? WU! JJ1_M W I I" III "L-IL-J ' , " ! I . , ? K-f - - t f KEtMi JISB JpMWf^ "TO THINK OWN SRI.K UK TllfK, AM) IT .MUST FOM.OW, A3 TIIK ^ ^ ^' '' NIGHT Till: I)AV, THOV CAJi'KT NOT THUS liK FALSE TO ANY MAN." BY ROB'T. A. THOMPSON. PICKENS COURT HOUSE, 8. C. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1860. VOL. XII. NO. 15 = *c? n t? /*? sf* re" r?^ iki/^vrij ! t-vi ?? "hit s\. .... U lialLf U Ifi V ? The Noble Farmer. " Agikui.uue is (lie most healthy. tlio most use fill, the most noble employment ot man." \Ororgc \\*vt*hingtun. What licro from the bi Ul'i strife, With pa)ma of victory crowned, Fame's clnfion music in his car, From earth's remote* t bound? What ruler o'er a nation's love, In lyjijcKl.v sublime, T!io fiivt. (ho greatest in (lie realm, A in freedom'* < lime, ItotllVtfll (o ruriil linunlu In *? ? < Ili* ripening wheat fields wave, A blesse?l gladness in his heart Tbftt fclory never gave. AVHo. 'mill li 1m acres broad nn?l green, Where plongh-slmres lirenk the soil, P...

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. — 10 November 1860

-to? ?811IOO ROB'T A THOMPSON, Editor. . _ ? ?. . .... ) T1 TF.RMS- tl..Y) j. : muum. in advancc. If payily (J nvont hodolv.vc l in'.! vi'ior the expiration of the tiuut, y?>ar, $'2. For nix tit 11li?, 7"> emits in n<lvanoi>. fi iii B&T Advertisements inserted nt the usual rates. I l.otW " r I iVv.v PICK HNS C. II., S. C.: Saturday Morning, 10- 18(>0. vrlthj L .,. ssr-f-rnr?sa ----- " - | from Favors, Wc ;irc indebted to M.ij. Maxh ci.i, for timely I.egi.-dutivo favors. Changed. The assigned Hstato of lion. F. X. Qakvin | will lie hoM "ii Tuctd'ii/ tlio 27th, instead of : M '.'In;*, t!: * 2<?;h, as lierotofore advertised. See [ Rdvurt i I'.Mient, as corrected. The Presidential Election. Tli- following despatches to the Columbia ; C<iroH>,ia;i is all we have on the Presidential election. Lincoln is. without douht, elected. " Piiu.ADKi.riiiA, N\>v. 7 ?2 :t. m.?Lincoln's ; ftlurp.lity vote, in this city. is 15.000. Majority ovfsr Douglas ami Breckinridge ...

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 November 1860

-i . - m - "-J. ? !!>-.u-i L'-i.i No. 8) 35 75 Oct. 18?Cash paid Dr. O. M Dqylo examining It. K. Jllnok, Lunatic, (?ce vouchor jNo. 4) 5 00 0 it. 18?Cnnh paid Dr. W T. llol1?..,1 NT i_o..4?i ? inuu UAJIIII III 11^ ilDWlOU I3UVI1W, Lunatic, (?ce voucher No. 5) 5 00 Oct. 18?r-Cash paid K. Hughes, Ksfj, examining It. 10. lilack, Lunatic, (see voucher No. 0) 5 00 Nov. 12?Cash paid I. Wiokliffe, Jisq, examining Milton Stubblefield, Lunatic, (see voucher No 7) 5 00 Nov. 17?Cask sCnt Lunatic Asy. I lum, six months advance for lilizobcth Patterson, Pauper Lunatic, sent to Asylum by Commissioners, (sec vouciicr No. 8) 07 50 Nov. 17?Cnfth to pay expenses of carrying Elizabeth I'attcrson to Asylum, (see vouchor No. 9) 3!] 75 ' Dec. *14?Cash paid I)r. W. T. Holland examining L<yvis Ha ton, Idiot, ('see vouchor To 10) 5 00 I Dee. I t?Cash paid I. WieklifTo, Ksq, examining Elizabeth Palter son, iiUnatic, ^see voucher ^No 11) 5 00 I 1300. Jan. 11?Cosh paid II. Ilaynes, blacksmith account, (s...

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. — 10 November 1860

Sabbath in the Country. The crocking waggon's in tho shed ; Tho busy Hail is heard no more: Tho lioi'do is liiterod down and fed, Th? harness hangs about his head, Tho whip behind the door. lliti leathern gloves ami hooked bill l'o-dftv the v wliuaii throws aside: Tl.? e ! .mi & ??v - livrv lUlgU 13 31111, The wooden wheel of tho old mill Sloops in tho mill dam wide. Tli' miller's bout is anchored where, far out, tho water lilies sleep Vo l see t'-.eir shadows mirrored there, Tho broa I >rhi!'' flowers rotlected clear, Within the.mill pond deep. Tho harrow'* in f!ie garden shed. Moo, rako aiul spado are put awav; Unweedod stantfs tho onion bed, Tim gardener lYom his work hath fled; 'Tis holy Sabbath-day. Up m tlie wall the white '?eps. t>y which the churr? an 4-pans lie; A l >-v;y watch tho hou<>n.0 keeps, Ar.-l s -nrcclv from iiis dull oye peeps Upon the passer-by. An 1 swoetly over hill ind dale i'he silvery sounding church bolls ring ; Across the moor and 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. — 17 November 1860

iiisial " 10 ,NK ?^'N 151' llu ' AN,) 1T MUST FOLLOW, AS Till', ^ ^'* ' NKillT TIIK DAY, TMOl) CAN'ST NOT TilKN UK FALSK TO ANY MAN." I HY ROBT. A. THOMPSON'. PICKENS COURT HOUSE, S. C. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 17, I860. VOL. XII. NO. 16. " | fs" .v** v rr^ i?(nkre,npie&M I !?????:...? s? ? .?? ?i? * 1 ..I.. . .. -vus.-.sa 'j>i/ U Uijlfcf U ^13 U ITi 1) j Shadows on tho Wall. llesido tlio hearth there is an hour of dreaming, , A culm ami pensive solitude of soul, when life auri death have each another seeming, And thoughts arc with us owning no control. These arc the spirits. Memory's revealing; In deep solemnity they rise and full, Shrouding the living present, and concealing Tho world around ua?Shadows on the Wall. Hopes, like the leaves and blossoms, rudely shaken jr uiuui whims oi wininr, irom iiietreo Oi our existence : phantoifis (Imt awaken Wild passing gleams of Joy's young "cslaay ; And Love, once kind and tenderly outpouring 11??r wine into our Bonis, we may recall. And f...

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 November 1860

1 j y-ULJL1 l."1 '"'J. 11 Jl" ' TOI (BCBWDlHBgg^ ROB'T. A. THOMPSON, Editor. T ! MS ?$1.50 per annum, in mlvunce. If payniv ' '.< >?Iv 1 *vo<I until iiflcr the expiration of tlio ye v:'.V I'or *ix months, 75 cents in mlvnncc. y Ylv Ttisements inserted ret tho usual rotes. KENS C. H., S. C.: I 9 Scuu. u.y Morning1, 18GO. Special A :i is pulled to the advertisements of Mr. M Hiw, <-f Dauiisville ; Mr. Nienoi/s, of Cohiidiia ; Messrs. 11 acood ami Si.oav. Assignee, <to. : Mr. Sir ah iv and others, appearing in nur uvlumnr. The Contents Of this week's paper are interesting. Sec the letter of ot:r oorroieivimlnnt. " R " (V?m f.irr>!.?r> lands. Judge Frost's report of tlie affairs of the Blue llidge Railroad Company. Toe !'Stnndi.ig Committees" of the two house? of the Legislature. The "joint resolutions" of Alabama, uall'ng i convention of hor people. Together with the usual miscellaneous and news variety. Inquest. Mr. C >ron?r Oantt held an inquest, on Sal>Iri...

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