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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 13 April 1861

largo hh o?o'? han?l, and with it tho gcjuitrol. wi thout wound or vufflcd huir, killed by tho ouiicwMiom'* > , ESTATE SALE. WTIU' he sold lit tlio Storo and residenoo ?>f tho Into Mathoxv Koith <lcccu!<cil', on "\V?<Uio??lnv Iho 24ili inst. TWO LIKKIjY NlidKOHJS, Thft romrtininjr St?ok of Oo<Hl*. one Ox, | Shonip, Omit*. ??<! vAnnua other ni-ticlt*. | Tkhms,? Nino month* Credit with internal? juito rtit'l rvj?pr??vc?l !?m\untv?-miiii* uudrir $2 audi. A I.IOX ANI) Eli HDliyS, A.linr. April 8. 18111 30 2 1 Estato Noticoi Ijli pors'?nfs iiulo\)to<J to tho Ksiuto <>f M i/\ ihow Keith. arc reqttqHttsI to imiko iirtiitwliitto payment': :>m1 those having ilontaii'h against hiiuI K^iVjuo, will render thorn to mo legally ilttosto'l forthwith, AIjKX, KDKNS, Admr. April ?. If01 30 3 Notico to Insuranco Agents. Office or tiie C? mi*tit.ii.i.i:i? Uk.vv.km.. ) Cm mii.f.-tjiv. S. A'?ril I. j riUTK AOWNTS (W INSUltAXCK COMl'ANIKS-mil !nofti*p'?riite<l l?y the 8;...

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. — 13 April 1861

x tewM^.ir.?,nrfcgWT--rr.- r;?r *r --i r .~r - : POETRY. Tho Son-Beam in the ChurchIt swcotly ololo through Iiittv?l pano With mild niul mellow lijrht. ? vmu siu^ vn vMiini inc Microti i.mo, As t!u/ngl? it loved the .sijjlit. It played on cliilJboo'l' cloudless brow, In warm nnd rosy rny.j, F And gave the mot'ior's pallid cliceU The bloom of oilier days. !t Wuchcd the old man's silver licnd With amber's softost hue. And fondly o'er the hallowed font A fxmvclul rainbow throw. It lit the sculptor's classic gronp, On monumental stone. Ami lingered Ion* v.-iili iailh and hope, And iMund the mourner shone. It o'er the Messed altar hung. Ami crowned the priest with gold ; A rovnl robe the surplice seemed. Ami It'll in purple fold. More bright than Aaron's breast-] l ?te glmv, Tlio holy book of (Sod; And gem* bestrewed the very lloor Whereon the people trod. E'en thus the Spirit's living light Will till our live.i surround, And we that heavenly gift may seek Within tho churches bound. Then...

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. — 20 April 1861

K _ .' f ?"-' >. * r|||y V' Yi ? nffi WiW 8 n? -i i jk ^ r?^ r?n rsn n rr? r^ j\ J[j lil' Ull l!j Jj Sfefe *'%" '-.- 'I p| Jjj l|JJ i||J Jlj j |a .fj ~ - f5$#? % I"V j ~ | " " - -.. it- -t *.. ' \ 'V"} I ,\ :. ' * *j ? "> 'At f I 4^r '7-^v/j?V;il/: ..r-v-,;:- ;V .": "TO THINK OWN SELF BK TRUE, AND IT MUST FOLLOW, AS TUB ^ ^t>AJ- '"' ", ^ ' v-.f.'- . MCIIIT Til K t?\V, THOU CANST NOT THI.N BK F.M T. TO ANY MAN." *?i-.-.i-wJV' ;. v^. v" BY llOirT. A. THOMPSON" & CO. 1'ICKKNS COURT HOUSE, S. C. SATURDAY, APRIL 20, 1801. VOL. XII. N<V :*7. ? Mil-Ill --i * **i ?I1 VI i i"iirmrnii?i?Mi>iwi?i -i>?i-i ihwimi i? iinnn. ?ii ?> hi n _ ^ ^ _ a 4 , , - ? u. u,? . ? j?wi whmctt^mw ^i>?h ?^T^~ar-rr>' -^*.<1 "r*~' W"""" """ " ?"? ?. Ml ? 1, ? ?x, ~ ? ?KiLEOTEB POETRY, Beauty and Innocence.1? ItV I'AliK. IIKN.IA.MI.V. Tlic star thai gmns lilV's morning yky Smile's sweetly o'er llico now ; And flowers around iliy )>i?fliwuy lie, And roses erown Iliy brow? 1'luit s...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 20 April 1861

Tiai jGgDMnSI BOB T. A. THOMPSON, Editor. n.A. i uu.Mi-?v:\, K. vui .Ml, w.ll. HOLCOMBE, ' ritcrRiETOss. TRRMS?$KSOprr annnm. in vlrtnct. If par* tnrnt b" <ieUve<l until after the expircticn of the year. $2. Fur *ix months. To ccni? in s<lv:?nco. JtoJf" Advert i?eiueM"< inserted nt the tutial rates. ril'KEAS U. II., 5. l\: 8atnrday Homing, April 20, 1861. ' The Commencement. The commencement of hostTnies at Charleston on Friday, elevtrificl the whole country.? The now* reached thi? place on Sun>lnv anJ we left imrao<iiate!j f??r Anderson to anticipate \he result. Intense feolin-r was everywhere cx hihited. An extra train was run on the Greenville and Columbia road The train to Anderson camc up with flags flying, hats waving, and phouts ascending for the success of our arms at IVrt Suaiter. A large concourse of people was gathering at Anderson to witness the departure of the Volunteers, and they cheered most heartily at the glorious result. At the usual time, the tr...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 20 April 1861

* I 11 I"-1**?**?puns wero dismounted, nnd tho dev atntion in the fort was great; tho gunners were oovorcd with fragments of shells. Tho barracks were swept entirely uway, nnd thero was nothing left hut ft looho mass of brick nnd mortar. A more detailed account of tho effect of tho bnmltnr<)-limit, iinnn l)m fnrt will'Vift f??in.<l ! ? - r ... another column.? Charleston Aforc.ury. When the report was made of the capitulation, Major Jones; accompanied hy C'olonol Chiries Alston, wm Kent to urrinuro ilnCnitnlu thfl terms given.' These were to the fullow- I iog offoet: All proper faoilitios will bo afforded Tor tlio ' removal of Mnj. Andcmon and comm d, j together with company arms and property, and nil private property. Th? Hug which ho has upheld so-long, and ! with m?ii<?1i fnrlkiid# mwlnx !>/* >>.. I - ? ? ?> I..WV ?; ing circumstances, nitty be sututcd by him on taking it down. Major Anderson is rtllowcd to determine ? the precise time of yielding up the prat...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 20 April 1861

vtxsrn%. Awake, Little Sleeper. Awake thcc. little sleeper. No longer slumbering lie, The rosy light is breaking O'er all the eastern sky, And joyous birds are winging Tto.i'r r-? ? - ? '--r ?" live, While nil tliu air to nuking M'llfi h-jrcetcjl mcVvly; Lc-i tSy youiig vnivc l>c liftp'l in sir tin* of gratefttl song, I'nio thy gn?nt Crc.itor. \Th? doih ihy dnyi prolong. Awftke thee, llltlc sleeper. Ami flow the glorious sun. Hi* circuit through llic he.ivcn Alrr.nly -is beguh; lit- lookcl in *t my window. To find thee t>lcepi(ig Hill, Thru 1i:v?ten 1 on his journey Fur over Y;?loatul liill : ih'IioM iiif:i :is lie speedeth I"pun onward rrixy. For never once lie pnu?eth Till evening'.* closftig ray. Tluis let lliy path be ornv.ird And npwnr 1 every day ; Ho uliall ?hy ' est be glorioim \vk.? i:#v i.~- .i?., ...i ... MIo?l!l^wy. From tlio Southern Uuar<iiuu. Oar Fablic Credit. The following interesting article is from the M it joinery (Alabama) Mnil. There are indications ev...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 27 April 1861

. "" ' " - * J jr- (-1 hi,,,4... i * ii<r " " ^ i. _ ^ -- ... 1 ^ "TO THINK OWN SELF 111; THUH, AND IT MUST FOLLOW, AS Till! ' _... . ^-.'.^=....==. -i. ' %* night tick day, thou cax-st not *iikn be fame to any man." BY ROUT. A. HIOMPSON & CO. ______ PICKENS COURT HOUSK, S. C. SAT (If DAY, APRIL 27, 1801. vol.. XII.- KO. 38. SSLEOYd:? (PO&T&Y* The Southeru Volunteer?.. Air?14 All the Blue Bon not a nro over tlio BorJor." Come from (lie lands where Iho yellow corn tassels; Come from your Cotton fields, whiter tlinu snow; Coino from the mi*rt, leave tru-le to your vassals; j iiimp iu your rmI'M una tutor the loo 1 March, march, truo-hearieu Southrons; Full into ranks And march in good ordor? Jiscanibin shall ninny a day loll of the fierce nffrny. When ?c drove the baso Northmen far o*or her border. Tlicy dun dictate to us. ns if v.e were cravcn? Tlicy c. 'iin the red land which our father's blood l.ved; '.in? irauor?mi carcass may vulture and raven l'roy on?who refuses ...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 27 April 1861

\ -L J l. * ' r , " TO1 BD'D.f!'J5iL ROB'T. A. THOMPSON, Editor. R.A.THOMPSON, K. YOUNO, W.1I. HOLCOMBB, I'KUI'K I KTI)K!I, TKRMS?$1.50 per Annum. In i\?lvnnce. If pnyfttent bo dolnvod until after tUo expiration of the year. $2. Fyr six months, 7"? een'? in 9'lvnneo. Advertisement* inverted nt tlie usuiH rute?. | PICKEXS C. II., S. C\: Saturday Morning, April 27, 1801. Free Schools. Tlic Commissioners of Free Schools mot, nt this plneo. on Monday last. A number of teachcrs were examined and classod. I'orty petitions wero filed, being a larger number than have usually applied at the April board for locations. Tho Blnfi Hidtrft. -oTIio bridgo over Seneca River lias been com- ; plcted, ami tho curs are running over it. Early ( in May. wo learn, the cr.rs will bo running to i AVallialla. The Company have commenced building the j bridge over Six and-T\vcnty Creek, between Pendleton and Anderson. Mr. 11 en no is the ' contractor. I ] Attention, Military. Tho volunteer companies of the Dis...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 27 April 1861

j. '! j', ji'.i'j '.I iq.u.le 'w.i 1, . 'I .1 y iMiM. An Kwron in Pisqiiisb.?-.William II. Clark, editor of tho Kendall (111.) Clarion, haw got ? nuff suit of clothca, and thus d?s nvuui;n mvJ I'vn^iuuiLto . Wc huvo lately gut n new suit of clothes, nnd no mori co\tld bo more effectually disguised. Wo look like a gentleman. Upon first putting them on, wo felt like a cat in a I ntrangc garret, nud for a long time wo thought . wo h id boon swapped o|F. Wo went to tho houso nnd .scared tho buby into fits; our wife IwkeJ U wo wauled to see Mr. V;lurk? and told us that wo would fiud liiin at tho oflioe. j Wont there, and pretty soon ono of our business jnon ca mo in with a strip of p iper in liis hand. 116 asked if tho editor was in ; told I him wo thought not; asked liiin.if ho wished ( to see him particularly; said he wanted him to pay that bill ; told him we didn't believe ! ho would bo in ; business man left. Started for the hou.-to cgain, met a couple of young iuciich, nnu 0110 ul t...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 27 April 1861

" poetry. From an Kxchnngc Pnper. Jim's Love and Disappointment. rOVXDKU ON VACT. I oucc did love n lovely belle, , 1 know 1 loved her truly well; 1 thought she loved nio In return, Ana now my licnrt with love did burn. She said !u language very plain, That for my xnke, uli'd change her nunio, And ho my true and loving vjlfe, That wo might live a hoppy lifo. I was not doubtful of succet>8, Though I was doomed to great distress, She caught a much more wealthy heau, And tlion, you very well must know, That 1 was treated with disdain, Ai..I ?nl.l i "" """ ?? ? My rival sported with her heart. And thought ho acted very smart; llo many little vows did mako, And tried her little heart to break. Wbon he was gone, forotor gone, She wished she never had been bora? Sho did not very long complain, llut asked if I would come again. She sent to mo a few short lines, Which roused tho lovo of former times; Sho said with mo to live and die, IT...! ? -1.-1- .1? Slio talked ro good, nml looked 80 ...

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. — 4 May 1861

"TO THINE OWN SELF BE TRUE, AND IT MUST FOLLOW, AS THE ^^^^^ KIO HT THE DAV, THOU CAK'ST NOT TUEN BE FALSE TO ANY MAN." BY RO?'T. A. THOMPSON M GO. PICKERS COURT HOUSE, S. C. SATURDAY, MAY d, 186li VOL. XII.--NO. 39. '. - .. . _;_,_ ?_;__^_ Hake Tour Home Beautiful ! Make your home beautiful-bring to it flowers; Plant ihom around you, to bud and to bloom, Let thom givo lifo to your loneliest hours, Let thom bring light to enliven your gloom. Make your own world-ono thut never lins sor rowed, Of musio, of sunshine, and gold summer nir. A homo-world whose forehead cure nover has fur rowed, And whoso chook of bright beauly shall ever bc fair. Maka your homo bonutiful-twine 'round its portal SVroat.hs of tho jessamiuo, delicate sprays ?)f rod-fruited woodbine, with joy immortal, That blesses ami brightens whorever it stays. Varied verbena or sweet mignioncttc, Btill moy bring bloom to your dosohttc bower, Still may bc something to love and to pct. Make your homo beautiful-gather the ros...

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. — 4 May 1861

"BOB'? 4. THOMPSON, ?ditot. /.A.THO^PBQ?r, ?. YOW?, W.H. HOLCOMBE, * - rKorniETOllS. - S 1 T1?IIM3-$1.50 per annum, in advance. If PTY >nt bo dolhved Until ofter tho expiration oft i ' $3. '"'or six monties, 75 cents in .advance^ pAdvMlsoments inserted nt tho uau.nl rotes. PICKBNSJ). lL^S. C.: J????1???' 4.4861. . ..." ".. FfO?t. ' ... Tho month of Mny, so far, possesses som o qualities which would ho inoro becoming to De-: oomhor. On tho morning of tho 2d inst, quito a heavy frost mudo its appearance. Weboll ovo, however, that no sori?usdamage was done, ex eopt in low, damp plac?s. Beaner, peas, and po tatoes suffered greatly. Tho fruit ie not ipjurod. Xo?al. "Wv, fear that our town authorities aro not . doing their duty-tho stroets havo not hoon Worked, for lo 1 these many months. Although they aro not impassable as yoi, some of thom, If not soon, attended to, will be impassable. Wo I would? therefore, advise our Town Counoil to seo to tliia matter without, further delay. *** D...

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. — 4 May 1861

.''-J.ll4JUl.'.L^J-r-,?U-M'r " ,? . Tc tho Volunteer Regiments of the State. {3TATK OF SOUTH OAHOI.INA, no?aq?orto^ April ?Q, 1861. ? I om ioformed from high authority that the Stute ..of Virginia has adopted our Con fed?ralo Ooristitutiou, and i? ylrtu?jly n inom .of our Confederacy. I colled for volun teers because I. did .not consider Virginia as under our Govei'nmout. Rut when J am offi cially informed thut sho hps joined our Con federacy, I sholl consider her as port of our p country, and to defend her or Maryland is to defend South Carolina. >Yhatovcrtroops may bo ordered will bo still considered as vol unteers from South Carolina, oud there is no power to lengthen or chango their term of service ; thoy arc still volunteers from South Carolina, for twelve months, and if they leave tho Shite will bo under thc commimd of nj Gonoral in;tho Provisional Army.of tho Con fedorato States. If two or moro regiments aro morohed together out of this State, I will assign to their comman...

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. — 4 May 1861

*MJttiJt!B]ttiJ|??fll ill1.'1-' J.111 '..Ji'-Ji'J?Jj'J.?'j.j!iJl'?:.' . . , ,>Kt.i,,B.^.t^-v^.t.'i ,iL .,r iii .V t>~ , From tho Charleston Courier. ?uniter-? Hallad, df 18?1. ?Twas oh tho'twelfth of Avril, Before the break or day, W^henrd.th? gunp pf Monltrio, Oiyo signal for tho nay. Anon Aoro'ss tho waters " Tliuio boomed the answering gun,. From North und South onmo flash ou 'flash, Th? battle had bog-bo* - Ivy. <> > ? i Wrtnrs belched their .doftdly food And sntteftd'whli'd'tho 1 ^lls, A fearful storm of iron hailed . ' On Sumter's doomed walls. Wo watohed tho meteor flight of sholl, And saw tl?? lightning flush Saw where oaoh flory missile foll, And heard the sulloh crash. Tho morn wu? dark nnd cloudy, Vet Mill tho'sun arose, No answer to our gallant boya Carno'booming iVom our focsi ' Then through thc dark and murky eloudB Tho rooming sunlight onmo, And forth from Sumter's frowning walla Hurst sudden sheets Of Hame. Then shot and sholl flow thick and fast, Tho ...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 11 May 1861

rt TO THINK OWN SELF HE TRUE, AND IT MUST FOLLOW, -AS THE BY ROB'T. A. THOMPSON & CO. NIGHT THE HAY, THOU CAN'ST NOT THENCE FAL8K TO ANY MAN." P1CK?NS COURT HOUSE, S. C. SATURDAY, MAY ll, 1861. VOL. xji,--NO. io. Extra Session of tho Southern Congress MON?JG?M??UV, ALA., April 20, 1861. ?Congress assembled today ut poon, in coin pHanoo with'-'tho proclamation of President .Davis, convening an extra session. $ At'. 12.ovelo.?k,r.tho. President of Congress, tho lion, I?b\?oll. Cobb, took- Iiis chair, and tho jttov. l?asi? lilanley offered a ferment invo cation to tho Tiirono of Grace. Tho Prosidont stated that a quorum was prisont and tiint Congress was now ready to t ra usa et 1) us i ness. Messrs.- boA'ts, Jones, Wlgfall and Orr, n'ow members^, ??m? forward, took tho oath, jmd subscribed, to'the Constitution.. Tho,'President presented to Congress tho annexed communication from a portion of thc pcop)o of New ??oxico : . t K MESILLA, Mardi 18, 1801. To (he Hon. IlowclC Cobb, Presi...

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. — 11 May 1861

??ml??/'' ? ' "^nSMflHIMMM? If fam??^VM JA L't'.'iiHrlm Jlial?M.Ll<3ig.'WIH TO|:|?^IMli|? ROB T. A. TH0MP80N, Sdltor. * ?.A.Tl?OMrSON,ll. YOUNO, W.H. I?onCOMBB l'HOl'BIKTOU?. . -.-^Y-V'-.-. ? - .. . ? ? r- ?- ... ?RUHrf-^t.?O por annum, in lulvnncc. If pay rfu)nt bc delayed until ofter tho oxptration ut' thc four, $2. For olx months, 7?'ceilia in advoticc. . 8t8r*Advo)f!ic.oinenta hjaoHobj nt tho usual rates Saturday Koruiug, Ijtay ll, 1861. ) Personal. It is duo" to tltoiH) who performed th.0 labor ec acceptably, to stato that wo wore absont lasi week, and that friends, who huvo kindly assist Od ushoforo, are entttfe.Mo the credit of send lng forth HO interesting a mt m ber of tho Courier The President's Messngo. Wo have surrendered muoh of our space th? week to%tho rory ekoollont mossago of Presiden? DAY is, and commend it to tho attention of oui rendors. It. is gratifying ^o see the principios hold by ?South Cat alina for so-many years, olab orated by tho Presidont, and sBO he...

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. — 11 May 1861

hM.? ?.m~T*m?m~M m..,,,,. b.Wltl iljuil?li N? ? I lp 11> h I i, ? ill?! brod bo hoonrtf tflkcri nt par, for nearly four teen millions tlolkirs, under t|io not of Juno, ,1800.. ; T6HO>|T0^ Mny ^-^rTJio Loader, tho Gov-i oriiuieut oigan, fijara that Canada may bceomc involve^ in tho Uni tdd States diffioultic?, and advocates an armed liC?tr?Tityj and suggests that tho Canadian Guvutntnont represent to ttlio imperial authorities tho expediency Of sonding six Or oight rcgimonts of tl?o lino for tho protection of tho frontier. ?K\v Youie, May 2.-rBlshop Gndordonk diod in. this di ty on Tuesday last, il BOSTON, May 2.-Tho Brig St. Mary, with ROO kegs of powdor on board, was Boiz?d today. . " . IULTIMOIIK, May 2.--Tho Scnato of Ma ryland liavo adopted a resolution rooomuioiid ing thc appointment of a Committco to wait on tho President of-tho United States, tho Prosidont of tho Sonthorn Confederacy, and tho Governor of Virginia, with tho view of bringing about somo understanding where...

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. — 11 May 1861

?he hefl withdraw? frere .tba'.Union, and de iiiwul ...rti.,*..i.. ii ? . . !:?..? , ... rr-rr-~> - -.v...?.w?.w..vr? ?nu xAuu.. /vioxan ?er H. Stophous, Yido-lrcsldon^bf tho Con federate Staggs, to represent tips Government ^tHlohmcvHl.* I.atti happy to inform you that he hatf?cyiieiudj?d a oonvoutiou with tho ?tatof of VirgpMaj ?Hhioh that honored common wealth, ; so JfflBjf and justly distinguished hwong'upr sister States, and so dear to tho hoarts of thousouds of her ohi?dren in the Coofcdorato 8tato?, his united her powers %ttd Ker fortunes wit*., purs, und become ono o? m> The Couvorttiuh, togolljor with tho ordinance of Virginia, adopting tho Provi ?ional Constitution tof tho Confederacy, will' bo laid before yott for your constitutional action, j I hav9 ,SHt?8.fa?tory assuraucc> from ,o.thor of our late confederates' that .thoy .. aro On ttytl feolnt of-adopting simihir measures' a*%, y oaonqt d'ou^t that ere YOU shallow**- '{ many wcoks in session; the.m* ,' Vaheen...

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. — 18 May 1861

i ?_ii.i*m? iV.r > rTj'yyij'.'iC. J.ULL AU ? ..j JJ,. >'.?JU-.u ,. 'i? , .. ; . ? .;rj. ? ? :?::'.. .1.... ? - ? . ? .. y y.;,-t...- : j ?agjjjga "";;;..,; j v j. jj ."TO THINGS OWN SELF DE TRUE, AND IT MUST FOLLOW, AS THE BY ROB'T. A. THOMPSON & CO. ? NIGHT TUE DAY, THOU CAN'ST NOT TUEN EE FALSE TO ANY MAN:" PICIONS COURT HOUSE, S. C. SATURDAY, MAY 18, IflGI. .I VOL. XII.-NO. 4f. Angel Music. :'<V Music *nft nnil swoot ls stealing Hound lihout us ovorywhere ; Now ?it riso tin now desceudeth, Scorns to flout.upon tue air. Idst its pooling, Softly pealing, As it tlonteth on thc nh*. ; 'Tis thc y otoo of nngols singing Pnuscs 'round His throne on high; And the music mortals henreth. As tKo echo from tho sky, * Wngcl'B music ; Glorious nntsio. Km th with echo doth reply, . May tho earth that echo answer, 'May its millions join that song, And in glorious anthem swelling, ^ . l?v?vuioro His prnisO prolong. Clorions nnihem! . Join tliht nnlhein, r'nvth with Ilonvcn its notes ...

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. — 18 May 1861

ROBT. A. THOMPSON, Editor. R.A.THOMPSON, R. YQUNO, >Y,II." .?mCOMBE, ypopnisTOR?, TEHMti-$1,60 pbY nnnum. in advance. If pay tno?t bodolayod outil after -tho expiration of tlio Vear^fV.. For six months, 75 couta in advance. Advertisements Inserted ut tho usual ratos. PICKENS C.J?M S. C. : Saturday OETorning, M ay 18, 1?6I. The Blookade. Charleston is blockaded by tho Niagara, which carries fifty guns, aud has on board six hundred mon. Trading vessols aro nut allow ed to come into pert, and quito a numbor havo already been warned off by .* OhLAboV min ions on board tho Niagara. Wo much mistake the composition pf tho CharJestoninns, if they do not drlvo tho Niagara* from our waters, or capture ber. Thanks. ' Mrs. J. W. L. CARY luis our thanks for a plato of fine etrawberies, which, in thc kindness of her nature, sho has- presented to us. Wo trust td>o may enjoy tho pleasure of giving, and wo of roooivibg, for many long years to como 1 War Recognized ScorOsy has boon romovod from...

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