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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 9 March 1861

%?. i1 ijii i vmmmi ?w? .?mm . iy >.i .mm < Book to tUNJ their dceisionBto political pUr- 1 poX(?H. O.ne ?<x?t1oii of tho couotry bolievcs slavery in Vijjht ??nl ou??ht to ' b? osloildcd. While tfic otWr bcllevcn ir i*? vrroiift,' and oupht not in. l.? .wl...i m.:? su ?i... ?.:-i Ill* \.A^VVIUIU. J IU(> in IMV, U?1?J PUU^lilllU.'U disp?ttos . THQ . TujiitlVQ . slt?VO cliiusc of tlic Constitution no.! the Invr for the guupreisivoo of the foreign slave trade' ?nte ?s fully exocutevfj n? ;iny laws c*n bo in u community where the niortl ,onw u? the people imperfectly supports the luw itself. The great iHKJy of the. pc.?pl? rfblde by- the-dry legal obligations in both b^s?a few brcAk ovor. Each, 1 think, eiiuuot bo perfectly eared; andjt would bo worse in both cases ?fter separation of thc.sec?t i.?r..u? 'Ou_ e..?i. ?- ? wvi.m i>ii?u UVIVJ C' ji nu IUI VI^II BIHVC inian, how imperfectly suppressed, would be ulth mfttely revived without restriction hi one soc't'um; wrWe fug...

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 March 1861

j . ^ ?acteapcf sCSw>ar? ji#?m?? .i ? s?v>-BPS-tsf?'jtJlz Grains of Corn. ' :>" nr J- Ni rAoi. One bright an4 hitppy sunny inorn, A furnio.- dropped a gi tfiu of com, in a h?u?h corner 01 n?s npiu. And swvid. " we'll see Kow tnucli 't*f?U yield, A look of mirth almost of tcoru, . , !.\s in its lowly, humble bod, It nestlod down itn goldeu Ih-iuI. Onn bright ?nd linppy sunny morn, m Marry divw near the'lMiely cow, . He tdimitbd loud, in Irfvely fcreeii, TiMirMuniNttd plttht was ?e?n. An 1 duy by d*y he lu?vrred noftr, ? 'Till liebcKcldfbe unfolding cur, And one. two. <,l?n>?, nil plump ?nd fair, utow nitv oy 'iny, ami riponeu trivrp. One briftht Afld lmppy harvest morn, P Young. Hurry lilnckod tiic gbhlvn Corn, And wrapped in many a paper fold, John hore them to the land of ftoTU : And while the mincv.s toiled for gain, Jolln planted every ptfcipfw grain ; And sun nnd rain tho fertile soli. Combined to bloifM his patient toil. And when Ui? linrvrtft day* drew nigh, The...

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 March 1861

^ Q ^ ^ 0 Ij ^ J r2 r| "TO THINK OWN SELF UK TUCK, AND IT MUST FOLLOW, \s THE "' NKillT THE DA V, TIIOl1 CANST NOT THEN EE 1ALSE TO ANY >! V V" BY ltOB'T. A. THOMPSON & CO. PICKENS COURT HOUSE, S. C. SATURDAY, MARCH Hi, 1861. VOL. XII. NO. 32. "V .. . ? - ? . ?r?L&?iri?P voevbw* fThe 8now. Silently down, gracefully down. Over tho forest and over the (own, Hulling tlio eartli in a pure wliilo gown, Wlifting to i?n(I fro ; Drifting, circling, edilying round, ! Comes the feathery snow. Oontly it fulls, qniclly fulls, Hovering lmts and covering halls, ituilding its miniature cities nnd walls Over the eartli below : Spreading in sheet*, and rolling in balls? Dancing, frolicking snow. fold nnrt hleak, frojion and bleak, Flying about in a merry freak, Twirling around tho mountain peak Down to the vftlloy below ; Losing itnolf in the rippling crock, Ficklc ami Heeling snow. Over tho ground, the frozen ground, Tlie crystal Hakes qliase each other round, Forming a valley or buildin...

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 March 1861

TOI ROB'T. A. THOMPSON, Editor. R.A.T110MP80N, U. YOUNG, W.H. IIOLCOMDK, fROI'KI ETOR3. TR11MS?$1 ",(l Per ftnnnm, in advance. If payment l>o dolaycl until after the expiration of the year. S'J. I'.r nix months, 75 oent.s in advanoo. ? Advertisements inserted nt the umial ratvft. PICKENS C. II., S. C.: ? Saturday Morning, March 16, 1861. . Still Increasing, During lust week, wo added twenty-four names 1 to our subscription list, nnd ligoodly number this. Our list now mimbi ? over HK.vkxtkkn iirNi>RBi?! AVc do not rocur trt our good fortune in this rc- I ppcct, in i\ bonstful spirit, but merely to any to our ' friends that wo highly appreciate their kind cf- ! ions in our beiiair. Taxes. Mr. Caky, our Tax Collector, 1ms receivedhis ' books, und commenced his circuit on I^ondny Inst. Sco his corrected advertisement in our columns. Tlie liwv, in relation to these officers, has been changed in somo respects. Inform yourselvtr*'*um Mr. Carv's advertisement, and endeavor ?o conform ...

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 March 1861

pia. j f s j * \Yc clip the i*yo followiug unrngrnpns from the Richmond D'tpulcft, of tlie 8th : T|tK,('oNyKNT|o|?.-r-A- resolution w?i? offurod Vexterdhv. by ISfr. Brown. i?f 3'iVaton looking io financial arrangement* in the possible cveot of h war. It whh lit id on the table. Mri Clark, of Nelson, offered tin anti coercion .resolution, whieh wan referred to ?he ComtniUee On Federal lU-latiolja. Mr. Carlilc tnado a lotig *pocch on the pending resolutions Jo fnfttruet fhd fcoiimiit'too, in which lie declared against tliV constitutionality of secossiou. held that the Government had a right t,o collect the revenuo in the seccdod States, and endorsed Lincoln's imiugurul address, in the pacific tone of which lie wuh "ngrcenhlj disappointed." Mr. Cox, of Chesterfield, tnaclo n brief reply, aft^r which, on motion ol Mr. I5rent, Gf Alexandria, the Convention adjourned, without having made the slightest progress iu the disposal of the questions be tore it. PoputiAU Demonstration.?The popula...

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 March 1861

'" I .uh a newspaper? 1 G firry the news To utt of your dwellings? ? ii jrcvpr you ciioso. A inbru faithful servant Can Lardly be fouud?? A.tnost omnipresent, I'm scattered around. I.ike stars in (he Iieatpi ?, And sands on the shore; f.iko that lmvo fallen, ivi ....? 1 .. ... .. 13 V. CI, V Hy o'er I lie Inuil, I p'iss o'or l lie sc.ii f ..very .|m^er? lt'.s i.!e:isurc for mo. I j.'itncr the neits from The steumerti nn?l cnr*. An I H'lc.craphs, *pnrktifij( With trade, ponoc niul wars? k fill un mv iiiiKMWin DctcmHiig tho Truth, 1 Ami loach useful lessons, For oM men nnd youth. vMpv?7 The Inauguration. V," glean from our Northern oxehanges ho d ^ account of tlio inaugural c(yonionics on . Mo nl iy. Washington never saw such a before. (Jon. Scott must feel relieved, ! in ' rin ; fro a his forvant thanks given with 'i ; ;i>!i':.l arms. The corr&potulcut. of tho I I i(i? |phi:i /.iipiirrr says: \ t ;!i: y 1J all, Patent Oflice, Post < > flicc si;> 1 ;.!1 buildings, the ...

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 March 1861

m- + : 1 -- J_ . ... . ... J-Jfii J. X- J ' '" ' " ? : !' ' '' - 'I1 - . Jll.m-L ] '. ' 1 ^ ..'-' l_.ll- ?1 .? Is it ? w w- i? - . w- fe (p in i (Ef f ii I iA X ? JJ i t ' csm^; i ; 5#l -b Ii ^ ' * -I li a I "TO THINE OWN SELF BE TRUE, AND IT Ml'ST POI.I.OW, A3 THE ~ - ' ' KIOIIT T1IE DAV. THOU CANST MIT Til E.N. UK FALSE TO ANY MAX.!1 BY ROB'T. A. THOMPSON & CO. * PICKENS COURT HOUSE, S. C. SATURDAY, MAltl'U 23, 1801. VOL. XII. NO. 33, ^LKOYEK) IPCOKYlFlY, Sabbath Evening Hymn. Hoo I the shades of evo departing, Fulls the sunlight from the west; Might her darksome lobe is taking, Tiruw Nature *>inkt> to rest. Omy heart, search well each chamber, I.est dome sin be lurking (hero; Cleanse it IVoin i{? fmtl pollution, Seek thy maker kneel In prayer. Soon the lipht niiall fade forever, Hoon tin- gru vo our dns( shall lii<lc; Knoli fillnt bent thohenrt is giving livings us nearer thai dark tide. Kro the sun sit:tlI gild tlie morrow, Erf the stars forget toshine, Wo prtss 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. — 23 March 1861

f ^ shall bo repealed or modified; mid all the Ouiccrs appointed by tlio same shall remain in office until their hucccsso s are appointed and qualified, or tho ofliees abolished. 2. All debts jontraeted and engagements entered into before tho adoption of this Cou- j At it.llt.ifin -1l.il lio na WnlS.l .w.?! a. il ~ /I uu i? t.iiiu uie V Oilfederate Slates under thld Constitution as under ttie Provisional Govorniuont. Tills Corrttitutioji, and tho law* of the Confederate States, made in pursuanco thereof, and all treaties made, or which shall bo j made under the authority of tho Confederate State.", snail be the supreme law of the land; I and the judges in cvcry'State shall be bound 1 theriby. anything in the constitution or laws of any State to tlie coutr,"-y notwithstanding. 4. rh<S Senators and Representatives before mentioned and the members of tliescveial State Legislatures, and all executive and : judicial Qfficevs, both of the (Joiiledernle I Mtatoa nnd of the several State...

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 March 1861

i w mm? . 1 They had a sharp time in tho Senate to-day. Douglas uiado a great gpecQh. He argued that the Government had neither tho right nor tho might to collect the revenue at the South; that this could only be dono hy recapturing nil the fort# now in the hands of tho Confederate Stuffs, which -would require zmj.vwnucn, at mio loast estimate. The expenditure', lie fciiid, Would nmount to 110 los* than 8310,000,WO annually, nnd an army of 30,000 men'would, besides, be required to protect Wju?qii?i?(bn. (It is understood that this estimate was furnished by Scott.) Doug- i las closed by declaring plainly that there ! wore bat two alternatives?either to withdraw tlio troops nua acknowledge the independence of the South, or to begin a civil war. If the latter course should be determined on, he added, tho soonor they began the better. During.his speech, which galled tho Abolitionists terribly, Fessondcn frequently interrupted liiin, and rather violent words ensued. [SjHTt'ul Despatch 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. — 23 March 1861

? ! 11 . - T Annie FellUoar children, did you never hear, Of little Annie Fell T If not, then listen to tlie tale I nin about to tell. Annie had once a lwppy home, A fut her good am) mild ; Bui ho in dead, anil sho is left A lonely widow's child. Tlicv have no cottnge on the hill, W ifli rnflPR tin And wild flower* growing in I lie field, Like some whom wo cull poor. I But in a crowiled city street Hho nn<l hor mother dwell ; Their lUtlo room so dark and damp, It makes me sad to tell. Bat Annie i* a happy girl, Far happier, it may he. Than Rome who wear their silken robes 'Mid scenes of joy aud glee. For in tho Sunday school she learns That J?tu? Hates IVoui sin ; 'Mint l II roup (1 Ills grnco .1 lit tic Child. A crown of lite may win. Ami so she shares licr mother's toil, . From enrlv morn to even ; Cheerful and useful, for she hopes To rest at lust in heaven. Children, timid your happy homes, Where ]>eiM!C and plenty dwell, Come learn to love your Saviour Lord, I.ike little ...

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. — 30 March 1861

fe !?j?!??ias ..... v ? h.'.i.'.w ! 1?m ^ ?fjfc.,'. g ' ...'j _. " ngrfo. .. ? ... . i.. "j, I1. j ^ | ^-J ^ '"..^i "to think own sf.u> bb true, and it most follow, as the v' - niqiit the day, tiioi! can st not then 11k kai.se to any man." BY HOli'T. A. THOMPSON & CO. l'ICKENS COURT HOUSE, S. C. SATURDAY, JIAWII 30, 1801.* VOI,. XII NO. 31." 1 ?mDOIIjxJ AL POETRY. Respectfully dedicated to Mrs. M. A. C- S.? ; of Florida. Bright be tlic huh hh it bciinic on lliy way, And soft be the zephyrs tlint ftroynd thee cloth piny, Sweet be the odors which thou dobt inliule, I Aud smooth l e thy pathway through life's lonely vulo. \ He gentle the brcoxc thnt o'er Ihcc slinlt blow, And smiling the moonbeams that nround tliec glow, l$o mild the blue sky nhovo thy fair head, And green the soft herbage beneath thy light trend Kind be the friends which around thee are found, And strong be the friendship by which they arc bound, At.1.1 in. ihu 1 i ?? "V 'I Vv,<> ""lK And sweet lie the bl...

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. — 30 March 1861

pi fewoaaiK. ROBT. A. THOMPSON, Editor. ?? ll.A.TIIOMl'SON, H. YOUNG, W.II. HOLCOMliK, Irnuiniftjuns. TRRMS?$1.50 per annum, in advance. It' pwIntent l>e delayed until after tho expiration uf tlie ytar, $2. For six months, 76 cents in advance. l Advertisements inserted ut I ho usual rates. ... : ? Ti :-~z-er?---=r PICKENS C. II., S. C.: -4-?4> ur ^t v na ?aa? cmvuiuuy iuuiuiug, xuarca ou, IOUJL. Tha WeatherWe have now a most delightful season, and with the poet wo ean pay, " Sweet is thy coming, Spring." We fear, however, that our fruit is all killed hy the nipping frost. We have fx! | atnined n numher of fruit trees, and liud the gdrins black and dead. ' Now is n busy time with our farmers, and we hopo for thorn a rich harvest. *-?*. VUi 1 tUViUll* We are requested to state tliat the hand bills Advertising the salc?of the piopci'ty of Ai.iikkt Stanski.i., deceased, are invorrotit in this | articular : The day of sate is IVtilncmlay, the 3rd Aj>ril, prox., instead of 1'uc.n...

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. — 30 March 1861

t I L I1! 1 I 11 " ' " ln'IIKMll la Advanco of tho. Mail. < CuArlritom, March 2/.?TIiu Convent'"" will adopt tlio pormunent constitution almost unanimously. A!! Stllto mutters will bo referred to tlio Stato Logislaturo. ThoG ivornor will transmit ii oommunicAtion to-morrow covering the ?lo?rtil? ??f military busi noss executed under the authority of tlio Stato sovereignty, There in no ohnngo in tlio n*poot of nfl'.virs in Port Sumter. Tlio works on M >rrt?' Island uro 1 being vigorously prosecuted. President D.ivis litis called for troops from tho Confederate States, for what purpose is unknown : live hundred from Florida and two tllOU.mind frntu flno</ni Washington, ^I iroli 20?In the Senate today Mr. Douglas' resolution, calling for information as to tho jvur resoufcos of tho Southorn forts in possession of the Washington Governinont, and what forces and means will bo necessary to hold them and rccovor others, which had boon disoussol for more than a week, was tabled by a...

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. — 30 March 1861

* - . - "!U 1 1 ?r?i/?OTir?> POKYulY, I , i THIRTY-FIVEUY I1KSKY MOIUOHD. Unit on the roml u Utile npiu'e! Pull up your team*. old oWiiriutocv ! ion ro hurrying along at a |>ace; Suppose >*o stop ill)'I consider lie r ! It' our liven arc throe score ami ten? If our count is all to be toM ? Tho half-way house wo are pissing, then, Thirty-frve long winters old; How has the rido been, charioteer ? Plenty of dust, and a little mire? 6oll North win Is on tho liiHj severe. Ami tho air of tha valley thick with tire? ; Horses hmilUing, then ruuniag away ? l.illCli pins lost, nti'l :t.\lw down ? ( 'cooping, crippled. at el*** el' >l:iy. To a nijflit i)t' rost it tavern tv town? More tlitvi> this, oh. cliaiiote'jr ! We hive rounded tho hill-i in the tlush of morn. Heard the sunrise 1 >it*>I sinj; loii>i an I clear. Ami uuiitl"--4 the lirct'/' >n tho blue w.ivi s born. \\t have caught s11< 11 ill' I. leu vales, I lo ir.I sucli siiiiM'U liy ami .*troain ? Dr.xn 1; ...

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. — 6 April 1861

v-' ** ? ?\*$V M . ? */ ^.Wl' * ?...'^.v.. % ? -*f i . ? A , I BL'?.L UJ 'U.M'JUl'g-Wl'-LU'lL!! MB I'-S^HL!!!'.'. Jl_ LLJ L-J'JJliLl1 'JAU-'JILI- L !?'* '.JUL lli'-l.?i ?[...' 1' 1 '!'".' ' . _ ? ' ' ' ^'. "? "y x ?- " 1 1 '** fi1 [? (ffi \y\7 [P JP " *' Jfl i fr^ frTl 1(1 S l3 ^ ' i A IS yj IS IS - ; t fi HI) HJ in J iS iii! 1 = m? : g^ppf ? -'i. I " TO THINK OWN SELF BK TRUE, AND IT MUST FOLLOW, AS THE * * ' NIGHT THE DAY. THOU CANST NOT THEN EE FALSE TO ANY MAN.' BY KOBT. A. THOMPSON & CO. PICKENS COURT HOUSE, S. C. SATURDAY, APKII, 6, 18<>I. VOL. XI!. NO. :*5 n=* n r?J QP ny r^\ i?/Ar-jeaw?n/? I .t.i *.- .? J - - - - 1 * .. . * ' Land of the South. i HY A. P. I,F.()KA1U>. A i it?J'ru tul of my Soul. l.and oT (lie South! the fairest luiul Heneath Columbia's sky ! Proudly hoi* hills of freedom oluiiu. Her plains in beauty lie. Her dotted fields, her traversed streams Theft* nnun.il wealth renew. Land of the South ! in brightest dreams No dearer spot we view. Men of th...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 6 April 1861

r p i. . . J . " t i 1 J ! TOI 0 DUiiJ.'rt., HOBT. A. THOMPSON, Editor. 1 n.A.THOMl'SON, R. YOUNG, W.1I. IIOLCOMDE, 'j HlOrKIKTVHS. f ? i TRUMS?Sl.'>0 per ntmuin. in tvlvatice. If pay- ' ment be tlelnyctl until alter tlio expiration of. the t year. $2. For nix mouths, 7"> cents in advance. I ffcjyAdvertisements inserted nt the usual rates, n PICKENS ('. II., S. as Saturday Morning, April 6, 1861. ? message ot tne Uovernor to the Convention. j." This mos'ug<\ wit:oil \vill bo found oil our;,, fir.it page. wo regard uii able production, and u oo mm end its perusal to tlto attention of our rondo ra. _ u Saleday. Nothing of intorest occurcd?fow persons Woroin attendance, and hut little p^ppcrty pass- V cd under the Sheriff's hummer. i a Some two or three negroes were sold, and nt " very low price.", this resulted, however, from the " fuot that the sivlo w;i- forbid, a: id the t>egr?es j; claimed hy some otlior person thun the one fi?r o whoso debts they were sold. The duv pa...

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. — 6 April 1861

" '.i,' ; * i11 * > .'.in v In Ad^v joice of the Mail. Ciiapl*stox, April 8?The (.'onstilufffin ot tlio Confederate S'atfes was ratified by the State Convention, this afternoon, nt half-pud U\roo o'clock, In Hecrct session, by un almost unanimous vote. F*iiom M jNjuomkiiv.?-The adviccs from Mont- ! goun^ry hi ate tint J;ro-it aotlvity prevails theto in completing Hie military atr<Mij(<}iiieiit8 for tlio moro fleet mil iuTbilnienUt Fort I'ickens, by AVippliuo of ; troops, provisions, so., at l'onviwvln. iSvo thous- I iiuO jikii \\ill L?u wnt this week. Wawiinotov, March 31.?I nm cortainr tlmt I tbo l'cosident and u majority of the Cabinet nro | satisfied tlmt an extra session of Congress is in* ! cvitablo, nnd 1 Imvo roasun to'bolievo that tlie I'acsidont will issi. : a proclamation, in a fow days, siiinmonir,- ' ongross to assemble, allowing tlje legal timo o "?i*ty daya to intervene between tlio date of l)?. proclamation and tin; meeting of-Congross. ' his is not only deem...

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. — 6 April 1861

* c, 0:gTla^ Make Home Bright and Plearaut. More than building showy mansion*, More tlmn dress and tine array, More than domes and lofty steeples. More.than station, power, and nw?y-? M:'Vo voui* home both neat and tas'cl'ul, Iilright frftti pleasant, always fair, Whore each heart ahull rest contented, Grateful for each beauty thuro. More than lofty swelling titlos, More than fashion's luring gl.iro, Moro than Mammon's gilded honors. More tliuu thoughts can well coiuparc ? Boo tliat homo is mado attractive By surroundings pure uml bright ; Trees, arranged with tnstc niul order? Flowers, with ull their sweet delight. s^ek to make your homo moat lovely? Let it be a smiling spot, Where, in sweet contentment resting, <!are and sorrow are forgot. Where the flowers and tree i nro waving, Birds will sing their uwcetest song: Where the purest thoughts will linger, Confidence and love belong. Th?ro each heart will rest contented, Seldom wishing I'nr to roam : Or, it roaming, mill will che...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 13 April 1861

f r > r o J " 'W 1 ' " < ' - ? -? ' i ;-irnif i ||- IJI"h . . "TO THINK OWN SELF BE THUK, AND IT MUST FOLLOW, AS THK ^ ^ ^ ^ NI(J,,T THE DAY, THOU CANST NOT Til KM BE FALSE TO ANV MAN." BY ROli'T. A. THOMPSON &, CO. P1CKBNS COURT HOUSE, S. C. SATURDAY, APRIL J 3, 1801. VOL. XII. NO. 36. 1 (J5& 'c* 1 ff? SP rH rrJ\ IR\ 5=t. IV< e-o r=\ r\n I - - -< - ' TV .L. ^ U iiAv' II IriV.. From ttic Southern OhrUtinn AJvocato. To tho Scveu Sisters. " Those conic to you, grocting." UV JANB T. H. CKOSS. \ II l.?tl ? ' - 1 * * 1 ?|| mill. > i: Hl'YCII lll'lglll Hinrcru, Yo daughter* of I lie sun ! May lijriiV Oil's Islca-! !1g? rot I upon Tlio rnco ye liavo to run. f>o\vnc<l lie your brows with laurel! Anil, standing hatnl in liniitl, F.ftr ns tlio morn may yo shine forlli, A blushing 10 iiio latiu ! Ki)"Iiii*?G'1 bo all your border#, Your I'k'Mm w it It liui'vo*!.* white; Vour ?)>? n-.l putli of {jlovv niurked With stops of living ligM ! " The UifcM !" bo still you...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 13 April 1861

Til -J. !J.D !J ,riJ.S fi, BOB'T. A. THOMPSON, Editor. w,JaU A rim\ii>ur>v 11 iwitMn ? ? i \n..\M| m.ii. iiui.i \ ?.m ill',, rnovRrETrtR!?. ' TEHMS ?$1.50 per nnnarn, i.i ft'lvnncc. If pay- ] bjW beaoU^.1 until after tho expiration of the year, S>2. For nix months, cents in advnnce< j - unvuvu iU ?'IC IK1IIIII I !Ul*M. PICKENS C. Hm S. C.: Saturday Morning, April 13, 1861. A Screw LooseTh? " E Utoriul correspondence," from Charleston, wis m:\iloI in thnt city in time for our Irtst papor, but failed to como through. Wo publish it this wook, " belftted'* as it is. fur the retwm that it jjivoa a cc.ndensoil report of tho f-Wpwowl i?K* of tho convention for the first week ( of its ac>sion. The roinuimlor of tlio proceeding* of the con- 1 vention, of public interest, appear in anotlior urtiolo In this issue. Important News. TU intelligence in our column* tliif week is of ? ! ' - wosi iiiijioiinni > cnaracier. i mil witlnn a low days, A peaceful solution of nil our diffi...

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