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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 2 February 1861

" . LI J>4?W*M| I 'in M l>ll? IIM'I In Advance of tho MaiL \V.V8llltfOTO!f, J?D. 20, 1801.?Tn tl\o 11 ituse to-day the session wns consumed in . Speeches on tho report of tho Committee of j Thirty-three. The report was unimportant. Socretary Dix ordered no more mutiny to j to expended on tho Kjvouue Outtor Washiu<;ton nt Now ()rlo?p.3. Washington, Janvury 29.?Tho ateain. "'"P Joseph Whitney arrived nt lrort JefTerl Roriv Tortug-is, with Arnold's Artillery, on i / tho 18th, where they will remain na n ^?rri- j son. Capt. Hranmiu'ri Artillery are at Fort Taylor, Key West. Both fort* are prepared j w nimimii a siege. Washington, Jnnunry 29.?In the Senate Mr. King introduced a resolution authorizing the President to accept the services of volunteers to preserve the pence of the country. Mr. Wilson's bill for tho reorganization of the inilitin of the District of Columbia, nnd the Piieiflrt It nilru.'nl hill wnrn o..?l amended. Poifdlug tho vdto the Senate adjourned. Washington, ...

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. — 2 February 1861

g?"J!. JJl 1 !? " . JiJJL J. . "* _ g??ET(%V. Dixie's Land. In order to gratify tlio friends of tho popular air " Dixio," we liavc the nlcaaure of ?r!*imr tlm ? - O O * *? w* '5 in il words of that nong : I wish T was in do land of cotton, I Old times dar ain not forgotten ; Look away ! look away ! look away ! Dixio Laud, In Dixieland, where 1 was born in, Early ono frosty morning. Look awuy ! look away J look away! Dixie Land. Chorus.?Don I wish I was in Dixie, hooray, hooray ! In Dixie land I'll take my stand, To lib and die in Dixie, Away ! away ! away ! down South in Dixie ! a way : away: away! down South iu Dixie! OKI Mifisug marry "Will, do wenber;" William was a gay dcceaber; Look away ! &o. But when lie put hist arm around 'cr. He smiled as fierce as a " forty pounder," Look !>w*iy ! &?. Chouvh.? Den I wish I was in Dixie, &c. ins lace was as snnrp ns a butcher's cieabcr, But dat ili?I not seem to grcnb 'er; Look away ! &c. Old missus not ilo foolish part,...

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. — 9 February 1861

. .. , . ,. -.y : - ' < ' / . t,"-. ... f "T0 TIHN^ <nvN S,',F BR TKU,i? ANl> IT MUST FOLLOW, AS TIIB NIOIlT TUB PAY, THOU CAN'ST NOT TI[KX BE FALSI-: TO ANY MAN." BY UOH'T. A. THOMPSON & CO. PICKENS CCUUT HOUSE, S. C. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 1), 1801. VOL. XII. NO. 27. MfcgtffrMP, POETRYTho Family Bible. How painfully'plc-nxlng the foiwl rocollcction, Of yonlliful connections mill innocent joy. AYIien blest with ji'Xrc.ntul lulvice niul nlfuo^lon, BurronnUcil wfth uicrciea??-vr?lh peace from on ?high { ' ! ' I 111 view Iho bfiair:* of-iny sire my mother, i iic isojiiai 01 men- onspring us runnel on cao,li .hand, And that riohest of books vrLicli excelled every other? Thru family that lay on tlx* utand. Tluu old fashioned Itiblc. the d*ar blrased Bible, 'Die family Diblc that lay on the etniul. That lliblo, the volume of <Jod> inspiration. At tuorn and at evenihg could yield us delight, Atifl lh? prayer of ouV wire was a sweet invocati6n ....... I... .1,... r? ?r-mil -...

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. — 9 February 1861

; iriJr? fj.oujij;:?!, ROB'T. A. THOMPSON, Editor. ft.A.THOMl'SON, U. YUUNU, W.lf. IIOLCOMBE, I'RxiMlir.TOK*. TERMS?$1 .-V) per annum. in advance. If pay- ! rtient 1)3il'jViypil unlit aflor Uie expiration of (tic | year. &i. tor six months, 7"> oent* in advance. ?tiP*.Yd"nrti?einent* inserted at the usual rates. PICKENS C. IL, S. : I Saturday Morning, February 9, 1861. | jjiijrSce tlio corrected tux notice of Mr. Oaky, j Tho Freshet. Oil F idtiv tlio 1st instant, duriiior tlio dar nml V * O - ?/ " at night, tlio rnin foil in torrents. As n consequence, on Saturday the streams were generally impassible. Much damage lias been douo to bridge*, mills, lands anil fences. Capt. 11. F. M uican's saw mill and dain, on Six Mile, were washel away. Tho bridges at ' l)iUanls, Socina, Hilis, and Gon. Oaiivin's, oyer Ttvelvo Mile, woro either washed off or i danvigod materially : an 1 so with tlic bridges j ovor Eighteen Milo Crook, near Popdloton.? The hridgos, over Three-and-Twont", nt 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. — 9 February 1861

A I. J1U_U? 't Li! in inw<fmm la Advanco of tho Mail. ? a <**!.*.' <?'. - .>>.> <w.. ; * . TKX AS.8KOKDK61 Xkvv *f)ariR\n3, F?b. 0.?r-A.dviocf received !u this city state.that Texas positively ne-1 Cfdfd from the Uuton, ?>n the J?t in.st. Tho i TO to W'ih aa V?nu Ifift < 7 ""j" i | Wa<uinoton, Vch. 5.?and { . JjK'u t. lln.ll loft th* city ou tlic ovcniug train ./for Chnrlcqton.-, (#1. fll?yno'? ininsiou umy , b? eounidered i\m ctrf c<1 j . WaSIUMOTOM. I'Hil f) Thn lVoftn r*.A I ? -?? - ? ~7WWi1" ? - ^<njr fen>neo s:*t with a\f)&p dtton* to-day. It is understood that c'.^f'yusidi'nt "Tyler was rc-j ported for I'rcaidpnt. - w | Washington, Fob. G.?-The Htffdor Ood- | ventiou has done nothing yet. The Toouch- ! . peo Ooiuniisiiioner arrived to day, mid state* that if tlinro is not'u spoodyjiettleinent^T^yi- j U'l'll Cftmulrt r * Wav.imnuton, February?Tn the Senate, Jobi)soli, of Tuni.Ktttto, concluded bin speech against the South. " In House, ...

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. — 9 February 1861

ni' . .. 1 11' I : . 1 L. posy&Y. '* ' * i? , - .. - -f I - ' "? * * J' * *. *Tho Stranger's Giare. ?< wm. IIVNSKH. ? There is n *i>ot whose nolituile Mino h11i>. Cunt steps oil li.'ifti wootd : 'Tin'neaih a yew tree's Hoiul>re.?hndo? Whose bou^liH mournful winds nro hwhvoiI. Where rtlifdru|i.i from l ho passing phowerp,' With jowri-ln wvoiilh? the leaves mid flower?, Ami wlitrc pomo <-m'ulet?3 Saxon's spade, A qtitifjgcr's riatueloHH gVave has made. ,' The Spring bus come?she sends her band Of smiling eltso'i-r nil the land. And Hongs and blossomx everywhere, Proclaim the ndvunt of the fair; Yet not for him who ?li"ons hi?nealh, 'In tho cold arms of dreamless Month, Tli'> Huror-ltii U 0[>e their pleisant eye? The birdj fling, or the west winds sigh. Perchance, for him some lov'nig breast I'; Still longs in deathless love's unrest,. . Sotno eyes of deep and tender hue ; O'er floweth still with bitter (.lew ; Hut nevermore ngninst that breast. This lonely sU'...

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. — 16 February 1861

V. ? C < / fej- J' . I 'JI . . " ' **?>< i r i ? !J*-^|.'.._-;.^. / |7 ? frfl Ml i? [? ?" ife,.'... (P* Fi 11 I"5'') II [r1 !0 A Is U DJ u L5 IbiSJllUliuJiliil.a " 10 TI,IJ?B 0WN SELF BE TRUE, AND IT MUST FOLLOW, AS T1IK * > - ~-v.*s'sJ' NIGHT THE DAY, TIIOU CAN'ST NOT THEN BE FALSE TO ANY M \N." BY ROB'T. A. THOMPSON & CO. PICKETS COURT HOUSE, S. C. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 16, icui. ' VOL. XII. NO. 28\ roKYG&Y, Prom Hie Mricoii (On.) Telegraph. Ba Free! Be Free ! The folloxting extinct from Hon T. H. H. Coiih't epeech Hifxgostcil these tines, which are respectfully dedicated to Mr. ()., IIY 8. Q. J.APH'8. M. 1>. >.M.. 11.. " v? <?> ... J'it wi mi- <n|i 01 [Noyemnrr. 1 culled my wife and little Ofiestogether oround my family altar, and together we prayed God to May tho wrath of our opprodforH. and pro3"rve (lie Union of our fiithorn. The rising nun of the 7th of November found.mo on my kneea. foegprinp: the snmc kind fathcr to make wrath to praise Mini,...

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. — 16 February 1861

8umtcr bo considered uaeroly in regard to its preservation as a piece of property claimed bv the United States : or the contimmnon r?f its retention be referred to .1 conclusion derived from the " obligations " which " high Ohnstian and moral duty " would make imperative ; it* they wero appealed to, as they should bo, in this ease, as the sole and proper guides for those whoso conduct involves the gravest responsibilities. Tlio ae-juieso in . ? of tlio President of the United States in tho " nrrnn?c?uncnt or understanding," by which he would ho prevented from sending reinforcements to Fort Snnitor, was intended, and so declared, by the Senators of the scoedinjr States, to be bindinir upon him, in case of the ncf/Uiescence of this State in certain measures which 111oy proposed this State should ndopt. With the concession from tlie State of South Carolina, they evidently expected a concession from the President of the United States. And they proposed that in the interval which was nec...

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. — 16 February 1861

I > ? -.*-LL. . i !U J ' .... Penning? and Clippings. Spkc^l?Attention i?tfireoted to tlio ucr udVertinemonts in this numbor. ? Ciiari.k*tdX'?Cotton wn? quoted in this nmrIcet. on tho 11th, lit 12 ccnte, being a decline of * Attkntion.?Ternons who have givon their homos (to ft list in tlio hands of Robert Knox.) for * company for homo protection, arc requested to moot at Midway .School House, on Saturday, the '2">th instaut, nt 11 o'clock, for tho purpose of or la Advance of the Hail. MoNTfio.MKKT, February 13.?In Oongrss. to-?lay, tlio stnn'l'mx committors were announced, nfter wliioh the Congress wont into secret nossion nml adopted tlio following resolutions, from wliich tlio injunction of sccrocy was rcrnovc<l: Rctolocd, That this Government takes under its oSarge tlio questions and difficulties now existing . u?*eerc the sovoroijrn Stales of this Confederacy ft ml I Uo Unl?.?l Hint os, rolati vo lo I It a occnp it ion of the fort *. arson-its, navy ymls nn?l other publ...

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. — 16 February 1861

f 11 11 ?' ' II" I poet m. From the Louisville Courier. "The War Bonff of Kentucky." Jlark ! 'tis the bugle's c;ill to war? Unfurl thy banner to the air, Ami in the Hton<) gf its tnrnixheil stars, m rue luuepciKienco lucre : On to tho front ! to victory, Or else to lionorc<l gmves? Kentucky's sons enn freemen die, Hut never live as slaves! Away ! tliine is n craven soul! Tliou urt no son of mine, Who seeks to stay my Uand when raised Against my foes anil thine. Away! go! leave my put ii way dear ! Though everything bo lost: Kentucky will not purchase peacc When honor is the cost! < . V What! turn in wrath against my friends, 1 Unto my deadly foes? Strike those who, for my people's cause, 1 So gallantly arose? j lly the God who lives forever, No man shall ever say That my name was thus dishonored? Oil! Ron lucky leads the way. Come on ! yo who hare wronged ioc ! Bring ou your savage horde! ! 1 Come ! my gallant sons will meet you Breast to breast, and sword to sword. J Come!...

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. — 23 February 1861

^ ,..^ .... / f / H?L.1H1U! 1 4r^-xyV|iryr-f?~TY{prrc~ ' ~~?r-";--J!' " I:WWHWW1w?? n ,. 'LJ I <_' hi , . iiii ft . T i . i i i n / - '.? d'--I. ., ............. ,,.lf ., -" ' "TO 'irilNI. OWN SI,1.1' HI", TIUJK, AND IT MUST FOLLOW, AS TUB ^ ^ 'Z'?'' NIGHT Till* 1>AV, THOU CA N'ST NOT Til I.N HF. FA1.SF. TO A NY MAN." BY RQB'T. A. THOMPSON & CO. PICKENS COUKT HOUSE, S. C. SATURDAY, FKimUAKY 23, I8(?l. VOL. XII. NO. X). ? '- -- ' ? ! . - . '! I > M 11 M . .. ? 1 ! ? > ? 9S1.EOTE?-POCTRV. ( , v. The Poet> Corner, Tlio v/ouirniil of. Cotni/ierce. recently contained iv . vory graceful poqnt by." K. Q. H., omiuhting Ihe praises of ihft t'Oci'slNii'jier'' in tlie newspapers! ! It pleases tho niltho'r to find " ion?e Mifip'.e Aontt,"! ill the piipcr'rt choicest turner; llfinging-Hiought of ?e?Bon? sweet/ Tho coming of-lhe May, The nott South-wind tiint comcR to greet . Tho wandprerq wlm, with cnger fcot, Prow Up ih" Hlti-nMo VrKy. Or whon the paper conies nt night, A vis...

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. — 23 February 1861

ROB T. A. THOMPSON, Editor. R. A. THOMPSON, U. YoUN<i, tV.H. llOLCOMBK, I'uoi'Rii T"in. TKRMS ?$1.50 par anirtm. in udviuice. If payment be <ietaved uutil after the expiration of the year, $2. For nix months, 7;*> cent* in ndviihce. BrtT"Advertisement* inserted at the usual rates. pinuvwQ r ii o f - A I v?? nil VJ Vl III) O* V/. Saturday Morning, February 23, 1861. Return D.iy, F ir !'i V<m?? !?.-<?ri r. is Sutiir lay (tic 2<1 March Owiiij* tn i i' tightvl'thu time*, generally, u small return is iiulioipiti'vl, 11'possible, deBcrviu^ ami lwni';<t -lolitors sliosiM be favored. Suicide*?Vti rfltr-of In ! \f.. T?.. L* I .. v ^ " *"' iviii < i?l MV if iUI't WUilATIIA.l n. IIoi.comiir committed suicide at I'ickensvillc, on tbo 14th instnnt, by cutting bin throat with n razor, in a lit of mania a ;?>/?. Tho deceased was kind-hearted, gonial by nature, and warm in his friendship*. C;?pt F. W. Kilpatrick, Tiic uit f??inot' a volunteer ci>rp? in t!n- list riot. ...

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. — 23 February 1861

{The President. A sketch of tho proininoi.t man who is to share in North America tho honors of the Presidential ohnir with Abraham Lincoln for tho nest foui years is at the present moment csDeeinllv uitroix/H. ' "Hon." Jkff.' IXvvw, Prksidknr.~--Few roc.n Imve led u life more filled with stirring or eventful incident* tlinn Jefferson Dntis.? A nav'ivo of Kentucky. born nbolit 1800, he yr.eut iji early youth with hi* father to Minsis, 91 piV tfien a Territory. And wns (appointed by ^pj^vclcnt Monrbc, in 1822, tb be n dudel otf Wflwt Point. lie' irhuluatcd with th.v ?r?? honors in 1^28 ns lfrovet 2d Lieutenant, and at his own request was placcd.in active service, boipg assigned lo the command of General (then Colonol) Znclinry Taylor, who wiis Sta-' tinned in tho West. In the frontier wars of the timo youiig Davis distinguished himself in so marked u manner, that when h new nf flrnmulnii mno W. WHO IUI IIIVU IIU Ul UIIUU obtained n commission nn first Lieutenant.? ' t During this time...

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. — 23 February 1861

' ". I 11 1 roswtr. From lite Mucin Tolcgrnplt. Bob Anderson, my Demi-iohn. Dedicated to Muj. Ilob't Anderson, of. For', Sumter. by s. y. lapivs, >i. i>. l$oh Anderson, my Demi-jolm, When we weVe t\rsi .'U-<niiijiit : 1 knew you innSt imbibe, !5ob, Or certainly must j.uint. 15ut little matters this. Hob, 1 know yon now so well; Oil ! would you were on Georgia soil. Joa llrown would give yon II?ulifhx. Bob Anderson, my Demi jolin, I Whero is thu " Western Star," That was so boldly talked about, Am rutiU lor Charle?tou Ur',' Why were yon not enforced, l'ob. ISy troopj from Jiiiih'h Uttchanan? Mnyliups your Lincoln friends dislike The smell of Southern cannon. Bob Anderson, my Dcmi-jolin, You can't scare Southern sous; Our very mothers laugh at you While loading up your guns. And sinco you've moved to Kumter, l'ob, With a view to frighten Pickens, May those brave boys in Moultrie, Hob, Give you the very l>?ickejis. a v \-7 Whirling, U Xf? i The London Times begins to Smell ...

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 March 1861

h.. m . _____l "31 H ? M II H @ (1) ?J S JI ** P " T? THINK OWN SELF HE TKUE, AND IT MUST FOLLOW, AM THE V" ' ' ' NIGHT THE DAY, TIIO.E CWST NOT THEN HE FALSE TO ANV MAN." BY ROB'T. A. THOMPSON & CO. PICfiENS C0U11T HOUSE, S. C. SATURDAY, MARCH 2, 1861. VOL. XII. NO. :><>. OMHwwrMMMaMn^MQ n- - - mi I H mi , | _ [fJ?EYmy, The Beauty of Liberty. "In nil things that have bounty, there is nothing to nian more comely than liberty."?Milton. When the dnnce of the shadows At daybreak is done. And llie checks of the morning Are red with the sun ; When he sinks in his glory, At eve from the view, And calls lilt the nlnnots To Maze in flic blue ; There is beauty. Ilut where is tlic bcnuty to sec, More proud than I he night of a nation when free? When the beautiful bend Of (lie bow is above, Like a collar of lijxht On I ho bosom of I.oye; When tlie moon in her niil<lnos8, lii touting on high : m ? * " * inrrc is oeiiuiy, lint earl It lias no beauty to see. Mure proud tliJin 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. — 2 March 1861

TOf (BMMBl, ROBT. A. THOMPSON, Editor. K.A.TUOMrSON, R. YOUNG, W.lli IIOLCOMBK, PROPRIETORS. tKK.MS?$l;i?u per annum, in advance. If paymeat bo tloluycil until after (lie expiration of tlie year. ?"2. For six month*, 76 cents in nrivnnce. BaJf*Aiivortifcmcni9 inserted at the usual rates. PTOKENS C. II., S. C.: Saturday Morning, March 2, 1861. Return Day. For this ilistrit'i i? n? ?'? 4.x - ? ~ r " ' ?,,jny morning 100 cases Imd been issued. The return, with acceptances, will be about '200. The return in Anderson was 375, including acceptances. j. Killed. We learn that Anski, Crane v. is killed in Jackson county. N. C., on the 20th ultimo, l>y John Calhoun, Jr. The not, we are informed, wan done in self-defence. Camioun surrendered himself t? the Sheriff of the county, nn<l afterwards obtained bail. The State Loan. The advertisement of Mr. Fl'iotan, President of the Bank, will be found in our columns this week. It gives the particulars of the plan for raising money fci the Stat...

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. — 2 March 1861

M CO iO (O O r-( CO J. Calhoun 0,5 * i? oo ci rJ. Tow.les *- S ^ 3 00 H. Dixon o5 ri o oo I - /. i"4* CO T-H W.OnpoUftd ? <x> gc <m a iij -M >-. o H. IJngood 01 r-M ,o ^ -f 10 c? ~ ~~ 7 o cc ic^-H ?c to ~'3 I J N orris 10 i-> 3 h m 00 CC CO CO <M O dTo ** SB (T ,4. Whitfield ^ - - ?? ?o o Y? I 'JS ? | OO'O 55 i_q ?5 ? I U. UCCSO w r-, r- W. I - -r 0*1 g ? J. Maxwell S!?'?i>, 4> 0^ ... OO ? H -f rH to iyj tw* D Hendricks. *?< r-t <m - jO . O CO~r?< O "O "M -t 1'iii 'ey x o ^ ? t- C9 ^ H >?,_ ^ w y> w'F- o co M ei Barton ?- -r o ds ?o r-. <m ' """ 4* *>| o"?>r-M 2-1 .o o ? ^ s. i>opc 0 _ " . co ao ?-h ?o" gc eo ^ J. N. Wliitner ^ z;^ 00 f 2 1 -< Ol r-H CO |H ^ ~ J~ . c: -f i-? co cc?o -voir J. 0. Lcw.8 ? " . w iS t?".6 to co~ci 115 II. Cobb OHHtoii 01 |p "i ~.T". co 00 eo oi g? co <o"c: ? jW It.-Davis ir} 2 5i 00 ? 3_; x >ri Q U r ' J s | ? zMj<& :? S ? s T> ? ..? * I ?h > < ^ ^ In Advanco of tlio Mail. WaSIII...

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. — 2 March 1861

S'oijTJOAL. A Sunbeam and a Shadow. I heard it mIiou) of nierrltueiat., A laughing boy 1 seo; Two little feet the carpet press, And bring the child to mo. Two little arms are round my neck, Two feet upon my knee ; How fall the kisses on my check! Hotf sweet they are to me! That merry shout no more I hear,, No laughing child I see ; No lit lie arms are round my ncck, No feet upon my kneo ! No kisses drop upon my cheek, Those li\>s arc ->aled to me, Dear Lord, how en..l<l I trivo liini nn To iwiy but to TI^^! VArirzry* From the J-MgefiolU Advertiser. Agricultural. We propose to make au agricultural melange as a relief to the never-ending politics, politics, politics of the current crisis ; and in doing so, wc shall tako as our rubric the February number of that valuable journal, The E7 . . _ III . / f * * '* * runner iv i tunrrr, 01 ooutn uaroima. This is indeed the glorious opening season of work for the agricultural year. What though Winter yet lingers with his chilly blast...

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. — 9 March 1861

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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. — 9 March 1861

# r ' " ' " I ? "1 ' ?" >. I, , HI II HII Vigg dg)TOifliia ROB T. A. THOMPSON, Editor. ' i R. A.THOMPSON, H. YOUNG, W.II. llOLCOMBK, J t?RoPIU|TOfcs. TKHUA -51 RJI I.. ?.t ? ? ? nuyr. II piy I utoiit be dil'iywl ufttil nl't?r tlio expiration of the your. SJ. For six moiil(a, 7A cents In ndvtttice. ^y-Ailverti^omeni-* innitrlrd at tlio usual rates. PICKENS ('. II.. S. C.: i I Saturday Morning, March 9, 1861. Explanatory, . K ?h?>ul(l liivvo been stated ia?t week, that the ' Kloctiort return for 1828." wa* handed in l?y a r' >)Miu.->iblo portion, and ius insertion paid fir as , an adv?rti^cuientr This much sDonis neuossary in explanation of the matte p. Return Week i i Tlw> n?t itiKnt* of ivurtt Antn^wl ?t? Hwi rirtrl-'o ! ? offioe i< 201?5? writs and 147 proeoom. There are beside ?ou?c 50 acceptance*. I The sessions i>f the Court, for the Western circuit, com inclined a t Abbeville on Monday last. I Jud^e OiovEH proaido*. 1 . .* r The Rsreruitiiigf Sciviee. The r...

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