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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 22 December 1860

, V?Tho^1 NYw ! OKCKSSrON AND COKUOION 1 York Daily Nines, in mi article J|lgjfi(rt I " secession is not totul disuni(T)(j' maJ1 ((11j J that it is the duty of every go?L ^ l)Ci,COi j loyal citizen nt tlie North< to insi.4 Spoaking of coercion, it sijvs; Vportion of! " Tlie idea of subjugating any jm. #l.rt mmnlrv fli.if MRfcdfS Hicrclv, l?)rti,1(lf.r.,. possibility under a ConstiV utioiinl \0^n die i ay' Wo are not prepared to ab.'lUc moro- 1 principle of n government ot' the ]>'"<WB|br force ly for the sake of sustaining'a i'"i<>IKde tlie Mid coerced representation. { 'l'o -''wT St;ite? j territories of coequal and !*"l',01cfiidcpenduecessitatcs the sacrilicc of State of consoli enco here, and the substitu^'Vbive not the dntioii and indivisibility. N\V they nre in|H?\vei" to conquer the South fcc can bring; vincible by any force that m hostile army, their slaves will light against ;*>y thousands, and the soldiers would desert ie South new and liiul in the genial ...

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. — 22 December 1860

klPO&TlftV. Whither Tending t wonders an lie looks before liim, ml. nbout, below, ami o'er liim, uitu's wiklcriiig, utnzy iia^us? [book of Go<l?the work of ni'o? : I^&spvvuil of knowledge, mo unending, ^VwliDt groat use, and wklllitr leading!" Hgot learned, and unlettered, v their slavish dogmas fcltcrtil; Rllnd nud deal' by pedant learning? Uod's opvn volume proudly spurning? No'er rui.<o the thought, as onward wending, He aim of life, or wldther tending. lJut daring minds will burst asunder nc cnams ot Ircti'l tlint keeps them under, Am I. foai'lr**. vale nttil iiiomi Hear tSod's sweet voice l?y sea ami fountain ; Ktio'U vail of doubt asunder vending, 8ec eanso for hope, and whither tending. To such, each rock, each mountain hoary. In (Sod's own language, telN its story ; The " Hook of liifc " to them unsealing, Kacli bigot mystery revealing ; Willi bounding hearts, an I hopes ascendinsr. Vre taught wlijr mule, ami whither tcmling. i 1 ? -'Wliilo bigots mourn, wiih p...

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. — 5 January 1861

ll Jb lli Lil (|} v||j ilil j Jj ill j| =:.. y t ^'' jBH "TO Til.sr. OWN SELF IlE TKUE, AND IT MUST FOLLOW, AS THE ' " , . ,, NKillT THE DAY, TU< I l1 NOT NY ROUT. A. THOMPSON. PICKKXS COl'KT IIOl si;, S. ('. SATt'ltDAV, JAM All\ 5, 18(?l. VOL. \11. XO. \>V. iPf 3 ? L ? D T ? V) ii* ?> & T S x ?, Judge Not. itv i?.\viii I:.\TI:H. Jiidpe mil- The holiest :in?I sinccre, Wherever they mny ?i:i11?1, Should have n brother's word to eheer, A brother's helping hi:nd. Ju Inot xV!i:ii if wo ,jis-!^e iiright A thousand in the throng, 'T?'"it better loll undone iIimii blight Due heart by judging wrong. Judjre ii"l -The motive lies loo deep I'or other eye* t" seun ; 'Tis ours to wuteh our own :111< 1 keep J mitre not-?Although the ileoil lie one l!> \vIti<*li mto siinnl or i'Vii, 11 m.iy lio thai we wmiiM have iloiic No heller, or .'is well. ,linl?e not -"I'wi'lc v:i III lo .-iliHTil I lie C!II1>0 That uii'lerlies lis** < 1 ?. ? <I; The soul must answer lo iis law...

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. — 5 January 1861

SITiJJ |?g 1 I,' HOB T. A. THOMPSON, Editor. RMS?per annum, in Advance. If pay* ?,? .1..1......i -r.? ?? ? r ..'.vxijvii iiiiiii nnri i iiu < \ j>ir;n mil 01 (110 f, $2, For six months, 7"i cents in iiUvuni'c. 8r"A?lvorti?cincnth inscit<-<l at tho iihiiAIrntos. PICKENS C. H., S. C.: Saturday Morning, January 5, 1861. Bpccial. J fho Kimtok will bo absent for awhile. All j connected with the Courier enn bp trans- | Bil with Mr. Yot'N'c, at the office. We will t urn on or before pnleilay in Jamiary. f Meeting on Saleday. ! Ionouid it l)c deemed advisable, Mr. Rob't. A. , jomi'soN, u delegate to the Convention, will . . t dress his constituents, in tlio Court House, i Salcday, on the action of paid Convention id concurrent matters. 1 ? - ) Col. Ashmore. , l'his distinguished Kentlcumn lias kindly con- i IMted lo uddroM the citizens of I'ickcns on Mon } ky next. (Saleday.) on tlie nll-nbsorbing (oj)ic of io day. Wo betpeak for liim a full ut tendance. Keoweo Volunteers, Atten...

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. — 5 January 1861

Will . PROCLiiTIATIOIV. KXKCUTIVE DEPARTMENT, ) Oil ARi.KSTUN, S. 0.. Dncomber 24, 1800. J By liia Excellency FRANCIS W. PICK FA'S, Governor and Commander-in-Chief in mid over the Slate of South Carolina: Whet ea-1, tlio good people of this State, in Convention assembled, by an Ordinance, nnnnimounlv inl.?t???<i ...?i ? ? -- a. ,..VM inn III I mm, UII lilU 1 WOI1UCII1 I day ot December, in ilto year of our Lord one j thousand eight hundred and sixty, repealed an Ordinanco of the people of this State, adopted ] on tho twenty-third day of M.iy, in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and eigh- i ty-eight, and have thorchy dissolved the Union j Vietwoon the State of South Carolina and other States, under tlie name of the United States of America : I, Til FllF FORK, AS GOVERNOR AND COMMANDFR-IN CllIKF IN AND OVKR THIS STATKOF SOUTH UARO- i LIN A, 1JY VIRTUF OF AUTHORITY , IN MK V EST I'D, DO HHRHHY FRO-! OLAIM TO TIIW WdHi n Til \'r 'I'uio ST AT E IS, AS SHE HAS A NIGHT TO...

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. — 5 January 1861

?n; * Ml- > 1.1! 1 - 1 Pofrrav. From the Memphis Avalanche. Tho Boys with the Blue Cockado. ur 8ALMK ADA HKEPT. Th? South i* our hMiilifiil mnllwii- ? ? While womanhood flit* like a gem in her crcjt, The winds of tile North shall not visit her brow, Or wither one flower thnt blooms on her breast. Her sons they oro brave, anil her daughters are dear, And loyal the swords at her feet now laid; And 'twere a# a thing never born to know fear, Are the hearts of the boys with the blue cockade. Tho South is our home; on cach hearth is a flame That was lit while our mothers were meekly at prayer ; Ami ho who would quench it. must daringly aim His blow at the hearts who have kindled it there The Stranger who crosses our threshold must cou'.e' in faith that a Southerner never betrayed, For the South, the beautiful South is our home, And her pride is tlu> boys with the blue cockade. Wft'vo kindlod lior allnwi nn.l <a ?Ka ??%.! With hand clasped in hand wc will stand by her ' fires, As ...

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. — 12 January 1861

"T0 THINK OWN SELF EE TRUE, AN1) IT MUST FOLLOW, AS TIIE^ ^ "v , ^ NICHT THE DAY, THOU CAN ST NOT THEN EE FALSE TO ANY MAN." \ I BY ItOB'T. A. THOMPSON & CO. ' P1GKKNS COURT HOUSE, S. C. SATURDAY, JANUARY V2, 1801. VOL. XII. NO. 23. .... ssilsotklp POETRY. Rock Me to Sleep. backward, turn backward, oli Time, 111 your Hip Make 111c a child, just for to-night ! Mother, coinc hack from tlio echoless shore, Take ino again to your heart, as of yore; Kiss from my forehead tho furrows of euro. Smooth the few silver threads out of my hair; Over my plumber.* your loving watch keep? llock mc to Bleep, mother?rock me to sleep! P.ackward, flow backward, oh tide of years ! I am so weary of toils and of tears? Toils without recompense?tears all in vain? Take them, and give nic my childhood again ! I have grown weary of dust and decay, Weary of flinging my soul-wealth away? AVeary of sowing for others .to reap, Rock me to sleep, mother?rock me to sleep! Tireil of I lie hollow, the base, tlie n...

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. — 12 January 1861

, fn ?mm; ROB'T. A. THOMPSON, Editor. f,iai >.'+>* i H. A.THOMPSON, 11. YOUNG, W.II. 110LC0MBE, PROPRIETORS. 5 TERMS?$1.60 por annum, in advance. If payment bo delayed until after the expiration of the year, $2. For six months, 7"> cents in advance. i I cnr Advertisements inserted at the usual rates. pfCKENS 0. II., S. C.: Saturday Morning, January 12, 1861. To tho Public. To enable us the inoro Ctlioiently to discharge our other duties, wo have* disposed of one-half | of the Courier establishment to Messrs. J*? vrt [ Young and W. II. IIoi.combk. They nrc pr. tically acquainted with the business of the ' olficc, and will, for the future, conduct tho pub- I lishing department. These gentlemen are competent for the work, and we commend them to ft?<wr friends and the public for favor and patronff ago. mr_ _i 11 ? - ... no Minii vuiimiuo 10 uiscnarge too tlutics in- I cident upon our position us Editor, and will tako onro that the Cornier receives no detriment through the ab...

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. — 12 January 1861

r~ rin >i n !????mm ?? ? mmmmmI difficulty should be really threatened." General Scott scnrcoly ovor makes a military movement without the wholo nrmy under his immediate command, lie will find himself again betweeu " two fires "?the seceding States of the South and the Wide Awakes of the North who intend to invade Washiug wu. ' , Already Sbttlkd.?The Now York Tribune thinks that any attempt to patch up u compromise is so much labor lost. It comments upon Senator Crittouden's proposition as follows : "Mr. Crittenden propose* to lefer to a divnto of tho people the question of recognising slaves as property in all territories South of 30 d02.. 80 mill. This Rfi?ra? t/i no a rather needless trouble. The nucstiou was settled by the people on tho Oth of November last, after a very lon<? and able discussion, ir. which Mr. Crittenden bore a distinguished part. Does Mr. C. suppose that South Carolina has scared us so that we shall vote differ ently nyw'{ If bo docs, wc,think ho i? mis*...

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. — 12 January 1861

f [ grw>?wfe*w*wwe*ir??**eeeemiuii^e**e***eee?ee*Mi Mw&f ::: ?# The Girls and the Wives. |5 i H^wchoily written the folliving about tlie <??' *ikd sf ^ it nfloiu : lKj7> (fiid bless the girls. R| Blend lirlthour eveninp dreams : TJiey haunt our lives jaEjW.J.iko spirit wives, / W ?%thei nainds haunt the stveams. Sgri fhey sootho our jciins, fiKaki/ >i" They fill our brains With <li emus of summer hours, Oo<l bless the jjii Is. tJod blfss their curls, aJP,*^ God bless our human flowers. T?5; ?lPho s*\ves. vro think, nrc <juiio deserving of n y blessing m tlie girls, therefore wo submit ll.c l'olGod bless 111o wires, . They ti 11 our hives V *$ With lilHo bees ami honey : r, Thov en?io life's shocks. fThoy mend our socks, ;don t they spend the money ? Of roguish girls, WUh sunny curls, nifty liitffancv dream: w? ives?true wives? Throughout our lives, .every ttyn;: tliev seem. ry - c. r.-?.. n^r.:v. 1^ Millitary Defence. , 1,^' We givo below the Military Hill, ...

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. — 19 January 1861

. * ^ t^"*?mmmm?i? | i ,., i .. .. i ||^ I ,, .,, ,., | , . , ? ? , , , . , n m . i wii i 111 ? i i HI > iilll E JlSBplii ft [Ei iiB imi. "TO THINE OWN SELF BE TRUE, AND IT MUST FOLLOW, AS TUB "* NIGHT TUB DAY, THOU CAN ST NOT THEN BE FALSE TO ANY MAN." 1 BY liOH'T. A. THOMPSON & CO. P1CKKNS COURT HOUSE, S. C. SATURDAY, JANUARY 11), 1861. VOL. XII. NO. 24. ^& ILlgUT?D IPOlETiaV, From I tic Soutliernor. South Carolina is Free. IIY K. n. c. Hark ! to tlie loml noto?? swelling O'er land and o'er tlie sen, A joyful Ktory telling, '.irolina's land in free! Free from (lie coile that bound Iter? I'reo from the tyrants cliain? Free from (lie yoke thrown rounil her? Froe to ascend again. I .one star, in the arching heaven l'roudly thy beams arise ; Too thee if the glory given To PlI'Xl lii/lil till* ut.*1*111 v ulfifftu. See o'er tlie ilnrk vaults streaming, (tinned h thy ben his along ; Ilnrk! to the solemn inclining That swelled in Freedom's song. Free! let tlie liills proclaim ...

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. — 19 January 1861

M\ , 4 . ..,.4 . TiF^auiuHfT' ROB T. A. THOMPSON, Editor. R.A.THOMPSON,H. YOUNG W.1I. HOLCOMDE, rROPRIET<\,HS. TERMS?$1.50 per annum, in advance. If pnyment.bu dulaycil until after the expiration of 111? year. $2. for sis months. 76 conts in advance. 8*^r*A<Iverti<eincnts inserted ill tlie usual rates. Dini/LUin i> II n " i ivftr/ i */. it., i.: Saturday Morning, January 19, 180L Special. \Va havo added about thirty names to our list of subscribers the present year, for most of which we aro indebted to a fow friends. Wo havo been forced to exclude our usual miscellaneous variety to make room for important news. This may continue a short time, hut, when wo are loss pressed, wo shall return to former satisfactory habits in this respect. Correspondents will also bear with us. Everything must succumb to the war news. Dr. McBrydr's Sermon, however, shall appear next ???l, W- ?l . . 1 * - xcoik. >? v .-'Mini iii.iii umii;;ivor iu continue lite interesting " Sketches of Life...

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. — 19 January 1861

I? ? - 1 ' athcr by speaking or voting. My colleague, ww confined to lii? room by sickness, I am Mrc concurs in whut I soy. Crittenden's resolutions w >ro mndo the 'pccial order for to-morrow o\ other spc- , hin ordure. Ordinance of Citizenship. ml Th? following Ordinance w?8 adopted by ml the Convention : ml W, the Pro pi * of tin', State of South Cur1/o'lnn, in Convention assembled, do declare , FJ arid ordain, and it is hereby dcclarcd and i | oriltiim-d, ax follows : | y ?. joTcry person, Who, fttf.no date of tlio Ordinance of Secession, win residing in this | | State, and was tlren, b)r birth, residence or j nitar&Uaution, n citizen of this State, shall | tJmtimw n cit'/ *11 of thiH State, unless n ( foreign residence shall be established by buoIi /person with the intention of expatriation. ? 2. So. nlso, shall continue every free whito I person, who, after the date aforesaid, niny be | { liorn within the territory of this State, or may j t l>o born outside of that te...

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. — 19 January 1861

POSYRY. From llio Home Journal. Old King Cotton ' it v r. k i) u i: i; r. m o n 11 I 9. I. ()M CoMon is k'tig. lio%vs- n)?a ! Willi lii> lurlvx SII lloi?i'V ?i???l u-l.ifo ' lie >!iiin,u mining kiti^s r.i?r :i star! Ami lie in the sroplro ot right, lioys of right. Ami lie is (lie aeepcru of right! II. Olil Co'lon, the king, hits no euro, No <|ucun, iiri'l no hoir to liis throne, luiinnTs, ins i i"i it in |>I|K in SliaiC, Ik' lull's his dominion* mIi'Iht, Hoys, alone! Ho i iilos his dominions alone! III. OM Cotton, (lie merry old boy!? l.ikc smoke Cridii the |>i(to in liis mouth, 11 is yours glide away in tlioir joy. At home, in tho warm sunny South, I Joys, tho South, At home, in the warm sunny South! IV. ni l /v < ?J11 ? * ?i ' 11 uiu * uiiuii win |*u*n^nuiiy roi^'ii When oilier kings painfully lull, 1 Ami ever fliul ever remain i The miglitiesi monarch of nil! I Hoys, of nil, j The mightiest monnrch of nil! V- . I Then here's to oh! Cotton, the king ! llis true l...

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. — 26 January 1861

I .. . W [5I I'[? [g d mm I ir* rfTs ww ra i ^ ra 14 L U i/J ? Lb M|#: fsiflffl^ IHJIEIIM U ?> in 'B?-' 4,T0 UI1NI-. OWN SI.I.I- II h Til UK, AND IT MUST > Ol.l.OW, AS TUB 1 ' ?*: ' NIGHT Till; DAY, THOU C'AN'ST NOT Til UN KB I-'Al.SB To ANV MAN." |' HV ftOB'T. A. THOMPSON &, CO. PICKENS COURT HOUSE, S. C. SATURDAY, JANUARY MO, 1801. * VOL. XII. NO. Vf> f _ OTE'O POSTKY, The Romance of History. IIY CKdtlUK. I'. Molt It IS. !. In rppnl hulls young Itcnuty <Iwc' Whom Miiiiiiikiii sought lo gain, When ill her nltnr Merit knell, Wlin never knelt in vain. The lady l?vod the gallant youth, The ItravcHi of the land, AiiiI, in her maiden |>rido ntnl truth, She gave (<> 11i111 her Imml. 11. Soon Iodic wars his country called llcr bosom's lord uwiiy : The foemen. Iiv Itix deeds appalled, u..- >.i -it From rank to rank the hero rose ! ? Wlion peace resumoil her se;it lie fuiTil iIh' (tanner of liis Iocs At his to 11 I l:uly'afuel. III. That valor love prefers to j?o...

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. — 26 January 1861

? : fp'iiilSiC1 ROBT. A. THOMPSON, Editor. R. A.THOMl'SOX, R. YOUNG, W.H. HOLCOMBE, | PROPRIETOR*. TEUMS?$1 .rtO per annum, in advance. If i"?y| ment be delayed until after the expiration of the yoar. $2. For nix months, 7*> cent* in advance. 0^^ Advertisements inserted at the usual m t? ?. PICKKXS C. II., S. C.: 8aturday Morning, January 26, 1861. I To Correspondents. " Spectator," by reference to last wrnk'n paper, >vfll sec llmt lie lias been anticipated. His tribute to the spirit and patriotism of the 5th Kegiment is well merited. It is the more comullmonlnrr Inn r*<lmtmr no f zen of another district. " Spectator " has our thxcks for his attention. Thanks. Col. Z. C Pcfft.iAM has our thanks for important Legislative document*. The State Flag. The Legislature has adopted a State flag.? The Palmetto is to he <rreen, blue union, with white crescent. This is simple, expressive, and sufficient. Meeting on Saleday. The citizens of the District would he pleased to hear from...

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. — 26 January 1861

?' *_1?.? Washington, January 21?In tho tfcnato, ito-duy, Mi. Huntor, of Virginia, withdraw ft* Chairman of Committee, on account of tho change in tho jgolitics of his State. (ine senators troni l'loriau, Mississippi ana Alabama withdrew, to day, causing n Very affecting sccne. Mp. SlTdcll moved n resolution of ccnsurc on the Prosidcnt, in relation to Holt's appointment. The Kansas bill was amended and passed. In tho House, the Alabama delegation withdrew. i?*i. vyyim^ ninii?iii\;vu ? ivouiunuu uiowii" I tinuing the mail servicc with tho seceding i States. Tlio report of tlie Qniumittco of Thirtythreo was rccoivcd. _ Mr. Corwin made a speech of n conservative character. Iii Advanoo of tho Mail. 4)| WASHINGTON, January 22.?In tho Son ate to uay iu:uiy petitions, largely sign ad, were presented. praying for the adoption of Orittenden's "resolutions. The resolutions were up for consideration, and Mr. Powell nindoa long ppeech in their favor. Mr. Wade opposed any compromise. A general 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. — 26 January 1861

P' 1 1 '? I 1" I POSTJiY. I Pleasant Worda. M iny truths tlio Wise Man gives To his sons and daughters. Useful. pure, and strong, and bright, As streams of living waters; Dili one I dionso Irom all (lie rest, Aulci ll it now the very best. IMciib.int wor<ls. lie says. lire like A eomb of fragrant honey. The savings bank of thriving bees, Whose cells contain their inonev : Where they. in little space. lay up, Tlio graiiid of mony a flowery cup. I " Sweet to i! o soul" ?tliev tr?utly soothe In (I ivs of bitter anguish ; " Health to tlio V))ne? '?they clieer tIto sick. And lift the heads iliat languish ; And prove in every state and mood, A quiet way of doing good. Let us, then, ask God to plant In us His flowers of beauty. And teach us to waloh over them Will. 1 I v..I. M.I.J . Sweet floweis that grace the heart of youth, Love, meekno.-is, gentleness, nii'l truth. For as hcnoy is not found, Where no flowers are Mowing, So unless within our hearts Lovo and truth are growing, N'o one...

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. — 2 February 1861

' 1 11 ^^????? , ?i?.I???????i??????M??i????????? [I? (5 ffi HI? I? ^ .4. ip (ffi nil RII r? ro Aiil 1/1/ Ji i aa? aaA^lai i!U i Iffl I] a M a "To think own ain.k in: tuck, ans> it must i-oi.i.ow, ah tub ^ ^ " - y'v'--^i'^ ^ -- nkiht tiib day, tiioi: casht not thbx bk fai.sb to any man." BY ROB'T. A. THOMPSON & CO. PICKENS COURT HOUSE, S. C. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1861. VOL. XII. NO. 26. SKLBOTKIP POKITft-Vi January Bills. IIY Wll.l.lK LIUllTIIKAtir. The melancholy <lavn have come, The saddest of tho your, When notes are due, and lengthy bills Come in from fur and neiir ; When " Hero's 11 small account of yours," Is whispered in your ear, And ' Won't you please lo settle now, Is all the talk you hear. You scarce can take a morning's walk, Without ere long you're met 15y Mr. Snooks, who wants to know I f you can settle yet. Ami ul tli'o hour of dusky eve. When homeward you do hie, Upon the parlor table, lo! A pile ot hills do lie. Yc chaps whose salary amounts To ten times t...

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. — 2 February 1861

Tfsii ?OT'jiJiLrL ROB'T. A. THOMPSON, Editor. *- 4 11.A.THOMPSON. U. VOt'SO, W.ll. HOLCOM11K, rROI'RIFTOlH. TKIl\U> -$1 .">0 p<M' milium, in iul\Alice. If payment l??'liO itcJ until aflnc lite expiration of the ! jcir, $'i. f'?r nix months, 7r> ccuIh in a?lvniioc. I ifi.?Y" VtlvcrlK?>meuta iu?*ortc?l a! tlic umini rnl?*s. j 1MCKENS C. H., S. C.: , Sr'urday Morning, February 2, 1861. Special Attention ts ti* !??* 41 Ur.?IK"H" tulo," in our column*. Mr. Amoekkr is competent to take ehargo vf tl?in institution, whilst the cheapness of hoard and the healthfulness of the climuto will, wo trust, insuro him a largo ; school. Mr. U.tnv has made 8ome corrections in his lax i -lii'O. Look to it. 'I'h Pendleton Female Academy is soon to open, under ilio most favorable auspices. Wo o<">nK1 n<>t a<W anything by word or representation to the favorable surroundings of this school. Oth'"'- new u lvei tisOiiu'iits claim the notice of the public. Carolina Home Guards. Tt...

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