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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 17 November 1860

1 . ! ii "mm?-*?mmrnm*mmmm Tilr. Chines? are often compelled to make tlieir dwellings in large boa In on tho rivers.?? An oftioer in the navy aura he observed one of these, who kept ducks for a living, practice an odd piece of ingenuity. In the day-timo the ducks were permitted to float about, but in tho night time they wore o.-irofully collocted. Tho keeper, when tho night act in, gavo n whistle, when tho ducks always flew toward him with violent speed, so that they wore in variably pothered in a minute. Flow do you ' suppose lie hud eduentcd hi* flock so effectually ? lib always beat the last duek. ? Election Notice. AN ELECTION will be hold at the different precincts. in l'ie.Veiis District, on Thursday the 6ih day of December next, for five member* of the Constitutional Convention recently culled by the Legislature. The following j Managers will conduct the oVction on said day ! According to the laws of the land, observing the ! net appended below. The Managers to meet at ' Pick...

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 November 1860

rrfty.' The Working Man. Tlic noblost men I know on earth, Aro men whoso hands are brown with toil; Who baeked by no ancestral graves, llew down tho woods and till the soil, And win thereby a prouder famo Than follows king or warrior's nutno. The working men whate'ver their task, To cmyo t he si one or benr t lie liotl? TU'.>y wear upon their honest brows The real stamp and seal of God ! An I brighter are the drops of sweat Than diamonds in a coronet! (Jo I blew the noble working men, Who rear the cities of the plnin, Who dig tho mines and build the ships. An 1 ilrive the cominercc of the main ; Ciod bless them, for their swarthy hands Have wrought, the glory of all lands, v&iKiigTy, Till*, LEQISLATURK OF 80UT1I CAROLINA. Tho following Standing Committees have boon appointed by the Speaker of tho House : Privileges and Elections.?Henry liuist, ?J J llyan, \\ II <)'Br\an, J S Ihoekington, \V 1 Slack, W (' Davis, .J II Jennings, \V II Wallace, '/i (.< Pulliam, .J T Lowry,...

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 November 1860

> r~? /"""W f"' ;*- ^I?m I? ? I?n r\*. '1 .Svii'i - >'. ?" \*'- , --*' > '/L ^ i^|? Jj jplMKo "TO {THINE OWN SELF UK TRUE, AND IT MUST FOLLOW, AS THE ' ^ NIGHT THE DAV, THOU CANST NOT THEN HE FALSE TO ANY MAN." BY ROB'T. A. THOMPSON. PICKENS COURT HOUSE, S. C. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 24, WW. VOL. XII. NO. 17. w m | ?? |?fl| --... .... .... ..^? ... , [ < ? ySLKQTIg? Ruins. Over son. nml over deserf. WniuTring nvuiy a weury mile, lly tho lordly bunks of GntigcH? By the softly (lowing Nile; Travelora wander, seeking over, K.,;..^ u.i.i..i. ?.... -.! AVUIII0 n IIIUII lll.llljr IIHUO Ulll'ilU, Of tiic rude, barbaric splendor Of tlio mystic days of old. An I they iT\toh with strutting vision? W.Uoli ai pilgrims at anbrinc? For ft jjlinipHi! ot' ttiojo half-hiddon C istTc i or igs nloii^ the Rhino, O or all anoiout lan li tlioy w.vti lor, liver with a now >leliglit, So jking ruhw which aro snored 'IV .......I,.- i. But they know not that around them, Clone at home are ruins spre...

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 November 1860

f|l f|W|?a ROBT. A. THOMPSON, Editor. TKRMS? per nnuum. in iulv;?nee. If pnvfnont 1><? iloi'iy'l until utter t!i? oxDiration of tlio j'cur. Fur : s months, 7-"> t outs i;i advance, fly'.)"A lv -vti?et!'<Mils insert.-.I nt tlio nsnal rnlo?. PICKENS C. I!., S. C.: 3.x'.u\l iy Morning, IIov 24, 1860. * To Correspondents. " 15" ? utinucs his interesting corroepmiltn (. ' !,(>.- t' 1. To in Smith Carolina" nr ' a lis':\;.m-h<?tl la lv. :?n ! will he continual. " 15 ?univci's " la>t lo;tor was too l'ing on t. war, 11:i'n!s Loiug nnticipnlCil I<y tiic papers ?lot mm liivjr from T'Hi uMii. Scsiion Papers. i'liC Proprietor of tlie Coluniuia Carolinian !.as nrrniij.;o'i i r Itui reports in i>01 ii hianulir* '!.e I ,< >;! ? la tore a' tlie regular session, and v ;ii l ii'iilbli tin: P ii!i/ 1 'i. 'i.ii'iii fur that sos!>. I <ltii!; the .'onv sition, for one dollar, j !iv" i .\-!-lfo?r l>r. It. \V. < 11;11k?. The K-i"; / i'vt!..! < ' t.tliau is ma...

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 November 1860

Election Notice. '.JpA N ELECTION will bo hold at tho different precincts, in l'ickens District, on Tburs;i?uy tlio 6th day of Doccmber next, for fiyo members of tho Constitutional Convention recently called bv the Logishituro. The following /Tvanagers will conduct tho olection on said d?y * joordiog to the laws of the land, observing the |ii . appended below. The Maunders to moot at :iJ okensC. II. the day after, (Friday) count tho !raV' 'es, nnd declare tj^fcelection. i Jly. order of tlm Legislature : 1.1. A. II. OIBSON. ?! K. H. IjAWKBNCKi B. C. GKJIIG. ( Nov. 14, 1860 16 3 , Pickons C. Offtig, Klishn Lawronoo, ' 11. A. II. Gibsn z Triinmior'H?W. N. Davis, Joel K. Jones, W. ]i. Di^tson. Fa r Piny?D. F. Sloan, F<. MiiCrarj, D. S. St i ibHug. II ichelor's Uotroat?J. S. Dickson, J. D.Kny, T. Sinithnon. Wnlbulla?A. E. Norman, John M. <?illit>on, ' Ninirod Sullivan. Colonel's Fork J. W. Ellrlfl. A. II. .T^nlrinii Goo. \V. Phillips. Clionlioo?J. W. Nicholson, Milton Nioholuon....

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 November 1860

fOKT&y. A Few More Years A shadow fulls in the sunny ynr?l. Oil the irruss where I ho ehihlreit J'hiy, A if I fairy fabrics their lingers raise. Hut 110 "I'iKik's in Air "leave llioy, A tew raoiv years, atcl fiiese ru'liatli hfl':v< Like dreams, will huvc |>a?.se<l away. \u i 1 uen-i their >! ion ii:tii*. a for.-o/.o uplifts their fpulhorv eiirl* from cvr- w!.i -h 1??v.* ?ii .wn im . up: a few in >iv \ i- ii'-. mi l sluuli s of ilio'.r iit will 11 ;i v o toll i 'i i :.ijhv > ' !i :< . i \v!i. -t with ll.iw - *\.?y i iiic ? i!: 11j, they ro ii on tlio v.?l\ t _i . a sialic my ho\:t u- i gi/.o alld w.i. -| r all's ! a 1 .* ! a low more no;.i ,,f (i -si-lvin;; -colics o'er tlio ii i.uio lnii; will pa.--*. anl cliimhu. 1 ' -iinilo will lio mellow <1 (lion, i ii i in? < 11 in cit' m tl (ii'or vein j. an l oft ill." 1: 'lit in t!ir>- i ; i - <>f iiioo lie 'l.irkotie-l. i'v miitovv - tear*. a few more years. ut'l (nil yielding trn^t i'jj 1->-f in ...

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 December 1860

, ? ? ' i K-'jl n xjuiu o, ^ - ? , ?_ ... . ? '"?<" I ' fe tlio proprietor of a valu*. I fiK E 11 IE E ie (Bi bb ia ii ig ia ? l| "T" TIIINB ouv M,:|T BK TIll'R. AND IT MIST FOI.I.OtT, AS TUB NKillT TBI'. DAY, TIIOU CAN ST NOT TUBS BK FALSE TO ANT MAN." IIV HOli'T. A. THOMPSON. PICKENS COURT HOUSE, S. C. SATURDAY, DECEMliEIt I, i860. VOL. XII. NO. 18. / ^g5g*B!!Ll 1 I * ... . . t . ^ ^^?"ITOi02) (p?'^" ITirl V | (iovcrnmcnt towards the South, of any pco- i point of coorcinu a State, said that " hv fnr<>n I n?v?? ** 1 ~ I There Never Was an Earthly Dream. There never was nil earthly dream Of beauty and delight, Thut mingled not too hood with clouds, As nun rays with the night: That ta?ted not from the fond heart Where once it loved to stay, And left that heart more desolate For having felt Its sway. There never was a glnd bright eye llni it was dimmed by tears, Caused by such grict's as ever dull The sunshine of our years. We look upon tho sweetest tlower, "l'is withered soo...

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 December 1860

r Trite OTMHQmEi ROB T. A. THOMPSON, Editor. TERMS?$1.50 per annum, in advance. If payment ho delayed until after tlic expiration of I lie year. $'J. For six months, 7cents in ndvaucc. \ilvertmoments inserted at the usual rates. PICKENS C. 11., S. C.: Saturday Morning, December 1, I860. The ElectionFor delegates to the Convention, hikes place on Thursday nest. Wo trust that ?lie people win vuru out, ana cast tlioir votes for thoso best calculated to represent them. It is the most important election that has been ordered for many years. PersonalMr. J. T. [jVTTa, who, for some years has been residing in New .Jersey, for the benefit of i his health, has returned to his residence near Pendleton, to share the perils which now sur ^ round his native State. ^ Col. I ins* MoCn.i.oi:<;u, of Texas fame, is in | Columbia, ready to take part in the adranco of < the .State. Speech from Mr- Pulliain. Wo learn from the Anderson Gazette, that on ' Friday evening last our talented young Kcprc-...

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 December 1860

111 ' i P..11. M *- -- "*"-" m. '.- .. - - ...... on tlio 22<1 Inst., by T- Hotter*. l-.sq., ~" A, Moopy, to Miss Lkttiti.v Vr'lUTMlHIS, B J^ckcn j Hiur^un^ay evening 1 lie -ltl? ult., by H?y* " _ ^WthasUin, ;.'r. Matthew QlLLV-BPir., of N. C., to i Miss Haciiaei, IIkkdimx, of Vickons* P??# On the 8th uU., by ltov. Sumter Daniel, Mr. J. PU>| X'. C. Fkatiik.i\bton, of Anderson. to Mi?? IV<<<<1YAN, or Lumens. On I lie 20l.li ult., by Rev. J. IJ. Hillhousc, Col. , Trmpi.kton to Mi?? M. Adiuk Day, all of aurcnu, * -- ?? e opiTiujjftjnr. Hir.D, of flux. ii> llollvicv Husk county, Texas -- I *uui, ioou, RlA.ro hbt E. H.. daughter of Nathaniel ond. Margaret Uturin ; aged aix months ar.l four days. Tlio expression of our Savior, "Suffor little children to come unto mo and forbid them n?t," is enough to consol? parents in the loss of innocent little babes like this. " My hearty s desiro and prayer to God is," that the parents in bis case mny bo as happy in eternity as th...

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 December 1860

_ P6tTRY. * A Patriotic 8ong, The lines below were sung at Kinslcr's 11 all, Columbia, 8. C.,on Saturday Evening last, by Miss Annio Miluer, of tlitt Cooper Opera Troupo. Thoy j are respectfully dedicated to tho Minute Men of ! tho South. Tito building was crowded, the effect limiting, mid the applause deafening. Miss Milnor was thrice called before tho curtain, and curteaied again and again ainid a perfect shower of bouquets, Tho lines read ns follows: Ye sons of tho South, awake to glory! llark ! hark ! what thousands bid you rise ! Your children, wives, and grand-sires hoary, Prevent their tears and save their cries ! Shall hateful tyrants, mischief breedinir. With sectional hosts, a ruffian band, Affright* and rfe?olatc our land. While peacc and liberty lies bleeding ? To arms! to arms ! ye brave ! The avenging sword unsheath ! March on ! march on ! all Vai ls resolved On victory or death ! Now, now, the dangerous storm is rolling, Which treacherous men confederate raise, Tim of...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 8 December 1860

Y -?- ? ^ ^ ^ BY UOB'T. A. THOMPSON. PICKENS COURT HOUSE, S. C. SATURDAY, DECEMBER I860. VOL. XII. NO. 19. PQUYQO&IL. TtfE GOVERNOR'S MESSAGE. Gentlemen of (lie Senate ami I/uusc of ltepretentutive* : Nothing ban transpired, nince your recent Extra Session, that requires ?uy special notice. Tlic piiHt yenr hiiH been remarkable for the unprecedented health with which our citizens have boon blessed; and, although the /.f .. VIV|', uvui vt I.WIIWII IIIIU IO il short one. yet with n wiso economy, very Utile if any, breadstuff* will have to be imported fi^m other StutC8, and the cotton crop will, in all probability, enable the planter to meet hix ordinary liabilities by bringing a fair and renumerating price. I'or these favors, . i?nd particularly for our good health, we nh'?,yld always bear iu mind the source from whenctt they come, and with grateful hearts and earnest voices, send up to the throne of grace our sincere thanks for such rich blest>ings, ho liberally bestowed upon u...

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 December 1860

rmrm twmm.m :mB>> w *wmimtm t(Vt Jl<?li:ist tllv) CO1V80 pursued by tluiHI, it 11(1 j t. u>>? ' .lio! tit itnkv>3 n change of policy; i tl.O Sot:. i v. . uM b ; cj:npi;lled to ... .. . .. . ^tivHwiw* 111 iivr i??vu .1 I o?i : vur.it if the refusal of Vi ii i I ? jviu i tnovo nent; siltliuU|s)t In.'! ' :i ivvndy invaded tiud ! i i > >1! i !iir> 1 I'v a bund i..' . . i t. 1 to the '! -d liy tiie 1 : ; ' i 11 r ('.?:iti\?llititr influence in 1 . n 1> i. . tlierci'ni >. o! t'otn ertod ' : I! lOSt, 1 . >' >?'.'' < \iroIi- 1 : i . \ w!bono;', in- 1 .ii t j iici(ii?M' i 1 . bi. t<> :' > ;rtiiulit ' ! i. : !' ii< r purpose. 1 > ! ; '. pv (positions > i ;i 'ti *o ; mi l '.ii Str.i would I j ; i . . . I (i I t>.T- 8 ; - !. t<> on riain any 1 I I cU'l:ic i i l!lO 1 ; v : i bet! r o.v s:i- ' . 1 !:o . < *.!*. i \ i. titiu'.uli, ii ; 1 i i us < .' . N'os'tli. Tins 1 \'_ : ?!* t Mt* i? V- < ; I'.'.'lVstod ill ' t t t!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. — 8 December 1860

^ Gen. Pickens' Speech. uocting-nt rccentty Hon P. W. dslivered a spcecli on accession. Tlio WBndvcrtitcr reports t!io 8|v;ooti fiillv. On? of ilie I'V>?iii?'iis of Uen. 1'. is a* follows : "Col. 1'iokeiiH next caii??* ?o tlie question of llie | Hi R(k*Vn ?-Ki-uuii ui oomn Carolina una announced | i liitf conviction lluil it was hev solemn duty to take | tlio rtop of neccssion immediately. lie was for j passing tIto ordinance nt ns enrly ft (lay hh possible. iiml only Uitlerrftl tVom other gentlemen in } thinking it the narl of w4tidoui that it should bo so | filmed us to take effect about tlie time or shortly ! before tlio in-coming of ilio hostile (lovernment.? I The struggle was in no sense one with tlio present j administration. It was with an adverse Sectional j (lovernment and we must keep it so before tlio , 0 world. If wo arc bravo and true, we cuiinot l>o ! 1 affected by this brief delay. und it may give us ' advantages not to lie overlooked. We will thus ' not prccip...

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 December 1860

v :l p* r:i)\ The Little Girl that Meets Me. The re'.s ;i little girl iliut meets me, And with her laughter e?er greets lac, Ami to kiss her o!t entreats me, \ I vt...,. the jmIIi < t 1. o ilreary. Where I)iv.* '.ui'l'Mu' i i.i rt. nit-1 weniy, Sjluuli'v the mnliyht, yiiiiii'i;, lil'itr me, On my way. She lias eyes inliluo ns heaven: Unly u^eil about l icvcii: i But unto her <." ? ?I In*.- given h'ueh a heart, That lorovor -la1 is vingiu^ Ami her sweet voiee e\er riugiujt. Uciiuiv o ! t!.'' r\]?t li-.-uri bringing, Swi'ci ua ni l. With lu r - mm;, Jmir. ?' > oii l v ; Willi !icr (oolli, >.? wliitoiiH'.l i?carlyf I 1 i\ ? III ' llW i:l! uml O.U'l_V, I'y tlie wr.y. An I I tkc lior I nnl. iim?.1 }<nv?i ic I :i i.. i v ii, jn -1 11> can -? il ? I'lVllV litllo llOlul?(.i'nl it ! ' I do M.iy the W 'il.1 smile Kiiuliv on her, l'lpiU'ilictions fall her. Angola l'C her guar<l ol' honor, A* she * Throiijxli iiit-4 v. ' iM >>1' < ui'i singing I'.m ' I'Mi. uti'.i 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. — 15 December 1860

<1 IK E DI EE "TO THINK OWN SELF UK TIIUK, AN1) IT Ml'ST FULL* VV, AS T11K ^ NICIIT Till: DAY, Tllol i'WSI NOT Til KN UK I'M.SK TO ANY M \' BY ttOITT. A. THOMPSON. PICKENS COURT HOUSE, S. C. SATURDAY, DECEMHER 15, I8GO. V'OL. XII. {-}** Bl "-1 i i i 11 i in , ^ --??? ? ?????. ? , ... , n . U livD IPO'ILYlriV- j From the Patriot anil Mountaineer. Three Cheers for Carolina, llf l.Al'HA OWIN. Throe cheers for hruve Carolina ! With willing hearts we *ec, From mountain brow lo gleaming whore, 11 i*r banners floating free ! Hor banners of (lie proud deviec? ..ihti !uuuv r. "roj'licf ncrnll With promises of glory rife, Upon (lie breeze they roll J Threecliecrs for brave Carolina! A lofly heart she bears! With lightning in her glorious eyes, Her standard she uproars ! High purpose sways her mighty sc.nl; There's strength within hor hand, And woe. woe, to the dastard foe That treads her silver strand. Three cheers for brave Carolina! Tlial lier banners float afar. With the green Palmetto ...

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 December 1860

KMBgBgag 1 BOB T. A. THOMPSON, Editor. annum. In advance. If Dav aye<l ulfctil after the expiration of the tor six mWtha, 76 cents in advance. erfUemen^^Djerted at the usual rntes. C. : y Kdgniing, December 15, 1860. Spccial. _*-v*iii iiu iioscnt tor awhilo. A.II Kjctad with tho Courier can be trnnsBlr. Younu, nt tho office. Wo will Bboforo salcday in January. Thanks. gi'tiAM and Ma.wtkli, have our thanks vc documents and late papers. The Election, fates to the State Convention, was held y last, with tHo following result. Tho IK&cd gcutlemcn arc elected : m huntbb, ... 800 s||p- f. lewis, ... 882 a. thompson, 8(10 Obisham, 600 WF Maxwell, ... &70 j^kjlow ks, ... fift 7 ^^SfCAl'UUt.i, H7I) ... 301 B8W5L Garvin, ... urrf Tho total vote j>oUe<l was 1,117. [11 justice to Mr. Bowkn it should be stated, that dav?>?i 1. !? * I. """?3 11 wu:* rc,l'orlca "lat 110 wa3 no^ ft fekdato, which defeated him. ^ttof (ho dolcgatos elect, so far as heard from, Hlh our columns. WL T...

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 December 1860

pnintod on Monday in order to nllow tho Speaker timo to mnkc tho best possible election. wft?ii ixoton. December 5?There wits an ex* citing hccuo in tho Senate to day. We had ? war speech from that noted abolitionist 11 ale. Ho waked up tho Senators Wigfull, llrown and Ilverson, who renf>oudcd ia patriotic ami noble terms. The speech of Scnnt<n* Ivorson created a j<roat sensation. Llo declnred that fivo States at least would K<> out of tlio Union, oven if nil tlio Personal Liberty Bills were repealed. It ?ni\tter8 not what Congress might offer or do. Senator lt Halo saiil that, if secession was persisted in. war 1 was inevitable. Senator Ivorson doubted that i thoro would he any war, but if it should come 1 f to that ho would wolconie tlie inva lors with ! bloody hands and hospitable craves SnnI llrown and Davis Paid they believed there would ! be a poaeoable separation. The II 'use Jud'iciury Committee hail now ov- j idoimo to-day in ro'&tlon the Wa'rous impeaohm...

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 December 1860

PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE. I'i ' j i- 'it' th S Hutu and // >nsc <>/' l\' ]>n /ttuh'r'-s : T!\r ?ujrli >ui t!u? Vv'ar siuou our lust iuo<<(. ' II t;i" i-oiiutry h is \j ion oiiiiirntlv prosperous iii ;i!l it-* in it "'i ll interests Tin? u?mi) i i.i i i fi-.n ii" in:i u'i < tt ><?m i*\ Mli'nt. our harvests li iv.- Ik* m a1, i'i>l i it, mi l plonty sinihvs I t n . i' Hi t tin? I,ll; 1. Out" r i;ii.ni>r(V :i tl < I ft i mill liavo b pros 'cutctl whh on iT ry ;>n 1 iii ' fil l h:ivo violdi'il f;iir uixl j mu pi'.' " ir i . ! n .-liort, iii nation in the tii! .)!' tun lin ovor pivs.'itt'.'il u spoctni* I of i. >" in ti-.-! ' j'.i\?.:p.'rsty tls.sii w?? lia\ ? ilmi' until within -i v.?rv rvent n 'rind. IY\ !iv i- that *::.-s<*oiitout now so oxtcu^.vi'y p 'H ii!-, and th<> lrnion of th?* St i? s, w'.r :h i; t'i ouiv of all th?\so bh^xi:ij, thi' s' n 1 \v;'!? il <:riii'timi'! Tins ! )!1 >;-CDll: Ml! ' i II t ? ?? J.Ol'Ht <* illtOrfft...

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 December 1860

^r!} i . KY ROB'T. A. THOMPSON". \ Pirifrwc min>m .i^.r,,,, * ' ^ PICKbNS COURT .HOUSE, S. C. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 22, I860. V()J X]f ~ ^'^118 $%LlgdTlB? IPOlg'TOY- I The Mountains of Life. Thore's u lund fnv uway, mid (lie stars, wo arc told, Wlicro tlicy know not I lie sorrows of time. Where tlie pure vnters wander tliro'vullies of gold, ! Allil IIIO II) II u vunnic ouuiiinv; ( , 'Tiii the land of our (lod, 'lis the homo of (lie sor.l, Wlioro j?v50.h of splendour eternally roll? Where tItu way weary travellor reuehes his goal, {?;. >1... ovor;*rccu Mountains of l.ift-. Our gaze cannot soar lo that Wnutifnl land, lint otir visions have told of its bliss, Airl our souls by the gale from its gardens are fanned, When we faint in the desert of this ; Ami ure sometimes nave louden mr u* uuijr n|iu?c, When our spirit! wore torn with temptation und woes, Ani we liavo drunk from tho tide of the river tlmt flows From the evergreen Mountains of I-ife. O! tlie stars never trend the blue h...

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 December 1860

BRFltE ??II'jije'JL I ROB'T. A. THOMPSON, Editor. BI'jkiimh?$1..jU per annum, in advance. If pay>111 bo delayed until utter the expiration ot the jir. >>2. For six months, 75 cents in advanco. HTAdverlliotiienls inserted at the usual rates. PIOKEXS ('. II., S. C.: Saturday Morning, December 22, 1860. Spcciat. Tbo Ki)tTo:t will ho a I.gent fur awhile. All IjMiiess cotir.ccicd w ith the Cum lYrcnii be trans- i Stcd with Mr. Vol".no, at the office. N\ o \v ill UUiiii on or before raledny in January. Thanks. IB The office is under obligations to a kind hidv tt.o-ul for somo excellent bfnudicd pnclios, Ir which sho has the thanks uiul good wishes all concerned. No Paper next Week. I Next week is Christmas, and it being a curium well established, from "time whereof the ' mind of man runneth not to the contrary " tbat no regular lal> r shall bo performed tbat week, we bid our friends adieu lbr the time, wishing them much joy and a happy Christmas. fThe Weather. For the past wee...

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