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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 18 May 1861

column wttfi thrown into confusion, -brooking ranks and (iring down their own lino UH well os upon tho orowd on tho sido-walks. Four soldiers and four citizens Were killed and many wounded. Grout excitement prevailed. Gen--Harney hus issued a proclamation, ex ?fessing doop*regrotnt snob astute of things. Io says tho military under his command will only bo aiscd in tho lust extremity, and ho doos not Wish to bo compelled to proclaim martial law,'to avoid excitomcnt. Kegulurs will bo used to aid tho local authorities in tho preservation 6f ordor. Tho surrendor of "Camp Jackson created great excitement. lb tho Legislature thc) military bill passed both houses. Tho State Treasury has been removed; us well ns powder purchased by tho State. Citizens are enrolling themsolves in th? Hoiho G liard in obedience to p special or dor of tho Governor. One thousand llliuou volunteers are stationed at Cassey ville, sovct miles distant. MONTGOMERY, M-uy 12.-Gen. Harney (United States ninty Lincoln 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. — 18 May 1861

\ Wa All Hfrubt Db ?ood. \Y?>U iin*ghi do good . 3 : ^.Whovo wo often do ill ' Th?vb ta always th? way,. If thoro bo but the will ; . Tho.?gh it bo but tho word , ' KWity breathed or suppressed, .nw*frv4ttfiy gqunl oh* sonni pain, Or glvo pocice to ?o?rte, breast. . - Wo all might db good , In it thousand (U?ali ways. ?In forbenrlnft to flatter, . .'. '-yotyl?ldliigdiiO.prA?86V * In spurning ill rumor, .' Reproving wrong done, . . And treating hut kindly ' 'ibo liefert Wo havo won; Wo ?ll might do good, Wjiothbr lowly or great. Pur the deed is not gauged . By tho purse or os tat o ; IF it bo -but a Cup* Of cold water that's given, tt?ko tho widow's two mites, It ls something for heaven. ?Ltii.? j!, j.JLJ?L i.||JS_? J_.._j-uaag *taw York righting Material. Tue following, from tho New York corros "poiiilo?Qo of tho Washington Chronicle, a ro eently cstahliidied Black Republican sheet, will convoy sonto idea of tho material of 'Now York vpluntcors : Tho c?inio will display itself iu...

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. — 25 May 1861

. ;*TO,TI^ ? ^^^^ ^ NIGHT THE DAV, THOU CAN'ST NOT THEN BE FALSE TO AX Y MAN/' BY ttOB'T. A? THOMPSON & CO. ? ? i : P1CKBNS C?UHT HOUSE, S. C. SATURDAY, MAY 25, 1801. VOL. XII.--NO. 42, ^^^^^^^^^^^^^ ' FO?l TllK COI.ItlKK. ,\j i .... Tho Kingdom of Glory. ' . y : . ?t K. ?. " " ; ;., AVc talk of jtji templo ?? light, , . . And splcndoro so rich and sfr fair, . 1(9 millions Sn garment BO while, ff* Udt what must it WtO bo there?" . -' fe . ' .. .. ?? t - . Wc- talk of its rapturous pongs, . And lncQ7.es and ambient air,-... Its- frcc(lom from sorrows and Wrangs, " Dut what must it bo to be there ?" ? W? talk of its river of lifo, '.. .And blosplngs which Christians nhall share, tys freedom from battle nnd strife, .t But-wjint must it be to'bo thbro ?" , Wo tnilli of its heavenly,pleins, And blossoms and. frog vaneo flo yare, ' Tho kingdom where '.lesus Christ reigns,. " Hut what must lt bc to bo there?" . IV o tnlk of its peerless whilo tln'onc, . , An<l safety from dangore nn...

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. — 25 May 1861

MmwMm* . HOBX A. THOMPSON, Editor. -? R.A,TR0tft>SO?,fe. YO^KO, SV.R. IlOliCOMBBj ' VROrniRTORS. ?. -tr-.r- . . -. ._?..?-_. .. :: TBllM9?^$l.?0 pqr annum.-ln advance. If pay ment bo dolayod until after tho expiration of the year, $J. fot B\\ months, Tn ceW? in ndvgncc. ^?^AdvorlliVnichts InWtcd at tho 'usual rates. PI?KWS^C.JL^S. C.: Saturday Morning, May 20, 186?. Rain, &o. An nhundanoo of rain has fallon in tho inst tb xv days, in so?r.o .sections, tho reins have been unusually hard. There has also been %omo hail, which has given tho aira wintorish lemper. Crops genorally, took well-wheat is y?rttc?larly (Ino. . , - Tho Contest. The contending armies aro nearing each oth iSfj and tho shock canhot long bo avortcd. Har der's Ferry, Norfolk and Richmond aro tho points menaced by Lincoln's hirelings. Tho t/Onfodorato troops aro prop?red for thain tn large numbors. Maryland is crushed, but will rise manfully in the strugglo when sho cnn.-r Virginia is" thoroughly aroused, and b...

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. — 25 May 1861

L ii rod in various place? .by n gang reported 'to luivo been hired ,by parties South. Theso moo have secured yarfb^B'bousc? throughout, the city, und nt'n certain timo they aro to BU? 'nniltuiicously five the building, Thc police liavo'Vk?pt a closo wutoluou oertpui menin this oitV, who' 'aro reported to bo engaged, in tho affair j: nnd.Mr; Kennedy boliovcs that ho -will bo nblp'.tp prevent, tho diabolical plot' be ing carried into effect. ?? THE LAN^OVTHE WEST/'-^OUR AVKST. -Wo hnvo rooeived the most Mattering ac counts from tho West, through a morchaut of tilts pity, who has just ; returned from a tpur ot throe wooka, . thb ?bjoct" pf whioli was to pufphatQ? tho' many articles of provisions in whi'o?i tliut section of tho Gonfod?r'aVo States abounds. Wo ajc pleased to leur? from our jnform?nt that no approhcnVio'ns need bo felt, as'tho supply of j>roduOo iji'Tenncsseo aJone is.piost ample! The greatest enthusiasm pre vails iii thut S.tato, io consequence of their having; liukc...

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. — 25 May 1861

PJT .f ^ Caro]in? Forever. ' Carolina! ?a?olinal lleavon'ablessing attend lier, ?^''*Whllo w? Hvft Wo will olioi'lrth, protect, ?cJ J?for:<? her; -' Tho' Yankees ?niy sneer rU imd whit lings defamo her, Yet our heftrt? swoll with pleasure whc?ovor fro CMOHO?. Hooray Ml wray 1 Carolina forever, ? t Hooray ! Hooray ! for t|io fearless and Orare. Carolina ! Carolina I her flag float* In glory, . liter fame ls writ ton tn song and lit 'story ; Sha has sworn elie will never submit to oppression, And her sons' are all willing lo die for secession. Carolina I Carolina ! though Lincoln may.ourjo bor, . . . '. ' 'And scud down his cohorts to drive and coerce her, Ho will foul that oui* men aro bettor and braver Than tho traitorous foo that attempts to enslave lier. . ' , ' ". Carolina ! Carolina 1 with band firm and steady, With boart brave and dane ilosy, old Georgia stands roady To sbavo in your perils, repel all aggression Anil .strike for disunion lu spite of concession. Than Miro? he...

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

NIGHT THE DAV, THOU CAN ST NOT THEN BE FALSE TO ANY MANV* VOL. XII.-NO. ." . Fro qi tho Charleston Mercury. Maryland. . i .Tho dospot'sjicel is on thy#Bhoro, .'Maryland !.. I Ilia touch is itt thy templo door, ? Mnrylnml ! "''..'. - Avenge thc patriotic'gofo .That flocked tho streets of Hftltintoro, ?And be tho battle qtu>en of yore. Mayybilld ! My Maryland ! Hark to wiind'i ing sim's appeal. *? Maryland ! My mol her State ! lo I bet* I kneel, ,* Maryland I P?&lfl^ iS'ild 'hiiVtll. fer woe nhd weal, T.fiy pocrloss'chivalry reveal, ' - Anti gird thy beauteous limits with steel. P. Marj land! .My.. Maryland \ Theil \vll| liol cower in tj:c dust, Maryh.nd ! . '* . ' . Thydieiniilng sword shall never rust. . Maryland ! Henteniber Carroll's sacred trust, lleiiieinbcr Howard's wttrliko thrust And till thy sluniberors with the jilst, Maryland: My Maryland I Come ! 'tis the red dawn ot the day, ...... Maryland! ('onie! with thy panoplied array, . Maryland ! - . With ?iitggold's spiri...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 1 June 1861

d^lglMig ROB T. A. THOMPSON, Editor. Rs A.THOMPSON, lt. YOUNO, W.H. HOLCOMBE, - TROrRIETORS. TERMS-f'. *0 por annum, in advance. If pay ment bo do\i\yo<l until after tho expiration of tho year, $2. For six months, 76.cents in advance. $3?? Advertisement r. inserted nt tho usunl rutes. PICKENS C. H., S. C. : Saturday Morning, Juno 1,1861. Plo Nie Wo leam that a mooting has boon held, nt Walhalla, for tho purpose of getting up a Pic Plo on tho arrival of tho cars at that placo. Committees havo bcon appointed to make tho necessary urrangomonts. This pince, wo aro euro, will contribute to tho pio nie liberally. Duo notico will bo givon hereaftor whonfttho cdrs arme at Walhalla. They tire now tu Ino neighborhood of Mrs. MOELROV'S. Speeoh of Maj. Perry. On tho first pago of this papor appears a pa triotic speech dolivorod by Maj. 0. P. PEKRV, nt Greenville Court House, on tho 20th inst. We invito an attentive perusal of tho speech. Wo commend tho patriotic, and liberal example of Maj. ...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 1 June 1861

Occupation of Alexandria Tile Uiohmoo'd pnpors of Monday brjng tts sonic details of tho seuu.ro and ceoupation of j Alexandria by Lin ooh? soldiery, fr'om whioh \vo extract tho following : '. Tho telegraph oflico was tho first place seized. Mr. Kates, tho principal operator and manager, had just tinto enough to gather up his instruments and run around one corner ns tho villains rushed in nt the dour. Tho last heard from the oflico, tho Lincoln agents ; wore busily examining tho dispatches. They did.not make a large haul, nfl only two days' dispatches wore loft in tho oflico, all the oth ors, dating for weeks and months back, had beon previously sent away to Rich mond. " Tho telegraph oflico, wc are happy to say. was rendered completely useless for work.-> Nothing was left but thc key, whioh could not ho wrenched front thc.table. " Mr. Durniu, tho junior operator, got the implements all safe in a buggy, and passed tho pickets at two o'clock. They are safe at Munnssns Junction. " 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. — 1 June 1861

Xipe^to l?y Mother. When, lu < J i o Hast, thu morning atar Hhodslls Vofulgent-rayH ?tar O'er miiny u eulin and quiet e?cno, On mountain brow and valley green; When friends are watling on the 8Qn, In'Joiiolmesa, I think of theo. And when.I wonder forth aluno, To greet thc early riging olin, And Srutch tho golden tints of day, Light up tho' moorland far away, A mm - - -danoo through the liaify tree, In loneliness, i tl?iuk of theo. And when " tho day god's tar " is driven ,; High in tho Hillie vault of li ou von ; When birds aro warbling in ilie shade, And pansies opening in tho glade; When earth, and ?iv, aro lull of glee, lu loneliness, I,think ot' thee. Or when tho sun's less vital hearns. Aro thrown aslant tho woods and _siroams.; Hy tangled copse, and shady f)n\iiJ- ?V Hy wildwooil brake or .mossy fell ! When shadows lengthen o'er tho lea, In loneliness, I think of thee. And when at evening's slow decline, Th? winds sigh through (he mournful pine; When twilight shades aro dee...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 8 June 1861

: ? . ? m o"....'.??9 g<lAUJX>jai'UJl.!l".iLl!i.JJ JtJJ i'-?JLUaLIL^U'<i.L'..--J.?A:'...LM '.".'".'gj. '-J... J.ll..'_-J. ? J ..i'J?. t. .!. .'"?-"?Ji....'..L" ' J.H. i._.I '.L Sj ? / ....y j... . < " ?, .i' J_ . " .!.?'f.!l?.J.Jl/...1 "TO OWN SBLF DE Tll?E, AND IT MUST IX^IOW, AS THE ^ NI O HT THE DAY, THOU CAN'ST NOT THEf? ?)E FAT.?? TO AS? MAS.''1 BY KO?'T. A. THOMPSON & CO. PICKENS COURT HOUSE, S. C. SATURDAY, JUNE 8, 1801. VOL. XII_NO. t? Hake Your Mark. 1IY llAVID UAUKKH. i ?n I lie quarries should you toil, ^ . Mako your mark, v t)o you delve upon tho soll, v Mnk? your mark. tn whatcvor path you go, In whafovor place you Bland, Moving e\T?ft or moving slow, With a firm and honest limul, Mako your mark. Should opponontH hodge your way, Mnko your mark. Work by night or work by day, Mnkc your mark. Strugglo manfully and well, Let no obstacles oppose ; Kuno, right-shielded, over foll Hy tho weapons of Iii? foes Make your marl.. What though born a ponsnut's son, Ma...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 8 June 1861

ROU T. A. THOMPSON, Editor. ?.A.THO?i>aON, ?. YOUM, W.H. HOLCOMB*, PROriUKTORS. TKItMS-,-$i.50 p?r annum, in ndvnuoe. If pay ment bo delayed until tiff er tho expiration of the year, Ifot six months, 75 cents in advanced BQyAdvot-tleomenls inserted ?t tho usual rntos. PICKKNS C. iL^JS. C. : Saturday Horning, Juno 8, 1861. Speoial Attention ?5 directed to tho advertisement of a spacious Ilotol for .?nie or ront hy Mossrs. (} it ts n A M and 'NEVILLE at West Union, tho hoad of the Rino Ridge Railroad. A bolter lo cation could not bo dom ed. Thor? aro other advortlsomonts in our columns that will commend themselves to the public. Taxes Mr. CABV made his Return thin year in ad vance of other tux collectors, ns usual. Ile re ports to us the nett Sta io tax $8,700.79 ; Road tax, $2,173.86 ; Poor tnx, $1,304.32. Number of slaves, 4,28-r>, being ft alight increase ovor last year. Money, at interest roturncd, was $810',878.00. The Plo Nio- ' We' publish fri nnothor column tho proceed i...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 8 June 1861

for Kort MoHoury, wcro spiked in Baltimore. Tta damngo was not discovered until tlioy woro.motin ted.* CiiiCAoo, June, 1.-Sonntor Douglas is nbout tho same-if there is any ohnngo it is for tho worso. 10. p. m .-Douglas ?B rapidly sinking. NKW OIU.KANS, June 1 --It is reported ttiut tho British Steamer GOil. Mirainon, from llavftnun,. was fired upon by thc Brooklyn, brought to and boarded, and taken ne a prize. Tho Schooner Clinton, loaded with peas und rico, was. ordered off. , >'* v BALTIMOKK,, Juno 1.-don. Butler spout Monday iu Nowport, when there was tho I greatest, confusion and suffering among his troops. In consequence of tho derangement in tho subsistance . parttnent, foraging pa" tics had robbed and destroyed considerab a property. Thc Baltimore disorderlies ap proached tho pickets on federal Hill, when tho guards fired on them. Ono was wounded and four taken prisouers. Troops havo been pushed towards Fortress MonroO. Norfolk is threatened by a circuit ous route. ... NKW...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 8 June 1861

??iy for.HUn.;..d* ?0 ?H? I .VPY WHO ?MU SHH WOVI.A iv?,TM* soio?nA.. ' ? - 4*ray. for h lui, Indy t : pray ( Piny for th? noble' band |'; *v ? v - Pray for tlio bonita whh)h beat ' To tho tro.ul of U.c. soldier*' f?ell Oh, pray for lils hallt o" land ! Pray for him., mother I piny I .J !/''T f" A BOII'S stout heart U lhere, And each f limb of lils breast Will bo snored amt blessed ' "VVhon nursed by a mother's prayer. Pray for Lim, almor? pray I i Pray for tho brothers-brave, Who may And 'neath tho stare Of our banner of liar?,- ; Tho poaco of tho sohUor's grave. *.. , j . y ft*'*-' fl : Pray for him, lov? . one! pray ? Horooa are marshalled there, Who will level each blow AI ibo breast of tho foi. With tho strength Of a maiden's prayer Pray fof him, lady ! piny I ,Prny to tho God of truth, fi'hnt lils powerful nrnt May shield us from hnrm, . H And bloss the cause of our youth. Fearless and Eloquent. Our rondois aro acquainted with the sad condition of affairs nt St. Louis, Missour...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 15 June 1861

PICKENS COURT HOUSE, S. C. SATURDAY, JUNE 15, 1861. VOL. XII._NO. ?& Twilight There ls nn evening twilight of tho henri, When Sta wild passion-waves nie lulled to rest, And the oyo sees life'? fairy scenes depart, As fados tho day-beam in tho rosy wost. 'Tis with lin ame\oss 1'oeling of regret . Wo gaze Upon thom as they melt away. And fondly would wc hid I hem linger yet, Dut hopo is round IIB with lier angel lay, Hailing alar some happier moonlight hour; Doav arc her whispers still, though lost their carly power. Jn youth the chook was crimsoned with lier glow ! Hov smile waa loveliest then ; her matin song "Was Heaven's own music, and thc note of woo Was all unheard her sunny howers among. Life's little word of bliss was newly borti ; . Wo knew not. cared not. it was horn to die. Flushed willi thu cool broozo and tho dews of morn. With dancing heart wc gazed on the puro sky, Ami mocked (lie passing clouds that dimmed itu blue, Like our own sorrows then-as fleeting and ns few....

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 15 June 1861

rp) firs PO' KOU T, A. THOMPSON, Editor, R.A.THOMPSON, lt. YOUNO, W.H. UOI.C0MBK, -*tiul-KIBrOK4> sr.?-Au:. ;;-.Lr wi...-cu .Jv.:. T?HMSt-$?.r>0 bor annum, in advanoe. If pay mont bo delayed until after tbo expiration of the yeer, $-? lev Mi**; months, 7? cents lt) odvnnco. ^jJ?r*Advovtikcments inserted ht tho Usual rates. PICKENS C. H., S. C.: --- -f- - -?? -i Saturday Morning, Juno 10, 1861. Ordinanco of Secession. Tho dologatos to tho Convontion from this District have presented to thc popple of Pickotis Xi fae simile copy of tho Ordinanco of Secession with tho naines of all thc delegates signed there to, handsomely framed, lt has been placed in tho Clerk's offieo for tho prosent, whore it cnn be scon nt any time. The First Regiment of Rifles Col. ORR, wo aro ploascd to learn, has euc oocdod in raising his Regiment for tho Wur. Thc election for {?old officors has been ordorod for Wednesday tho 10th instant. Thoro is, wo understand, to ho no contest for officers. Im mediatel...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 15 June 1861

Tl -. - - * ;-^-v^.- - - ^ Tho Pormrtoort Constitution of tho OOM foderato States wa? ratified hy tho Convontion unanimously. NKW YOUK, June 10.-Tho steamship Fulton on?vod at this port to day, bringing advioes from Liverpool to tho 23d ultimo. Sales' of ootton for tho two days 18,000 bales, of which speculators and oxpprtor.s took 0,000. The market closed linn. Sales on Wednesday 12.000 bales-market steady. Breadstuffs dull. Wheat in better demand. Flour declined Od. Corn activo; mixed ills. ; . yellow ?2 to 512s. Od. ; white 113 to 81s. Consols 01 j to 9If. CATHO, Juno 8.-Con. Prentiss, on learn ing that tho secessionists lind established n camp nt Fdlicott's Mills, in ''Kentucky, sent two companies there Col. Wyckliffe remon strated against til in invasion of a neutral State, but Prentiss replied, " it i.< mydetei'iniiuitiou to scud troops in any direction and upon ?iiy soil that my Government requests." lU OH MOND, Juno 9.-Tho Richmond city council yesterday passed a bill for...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 15 June 1861

God tfaW.tlp SoElb. (lod Idos? 6UV So?tliottl lund ! iiuard our beloved land * ' (Jod SAYO tho. ?outh ! Mako ut? victorious, : Happy mid glorious; Kure .id Thy shield over us j Hod save tho South ! Ood of Our siro;), m isc 1 Scott or our enc mies, P Who ntook Thy truth I , Confound their politic?, Frustrate their knavish tricks ; In Thoo our faith wo fix ; dod nave tho South ! / In tho fierce bailie hour, With Thino almighty powor, Assist our youth ; May they, willi victory crowned, Joining our choral round, "With heart and volco resound, '.Ood Save tho South!'' rr? Eloquent Speech of Hon. Howell Cobb On Wednesday evening, (says tho Atlanta j Confcdoraoy) tho train from IrtG rn ugo brought Oov. Cobb, on his way home from Moutgom*, ory. He went to thc Atlanta Hotel and took supper. It was quickly nsocrtninod that ho j Was hero, and a very great number of citizens gathored in front of the hotel, filling up tho entire space out to thc railroad track, nud thc crowd gathered ns far on ei...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 22 June 1861

?i< .?jjMMf -^-i-LJ?.?!^ >4 j'A^'j-Jl'iU _JjJJ.(jJ-1ljl U.'JLT l'.'?J_._I'IL J.j. . J ... ?I..JJ.!j|.J....-!,J*M.,:._ . MIMI i ... I i ?I'M i.? ii jj gjj j.? L^f , II iiiMjM.j ... i . j.in, j.i i ? _M ^M.L.J^J._J.j ?,_,>!_j_?., II .", j illili nipni.?^ ~ LIA Hi P Jd LL LL %sip#??a|ii^?i^? ly v?l lill LTLl J ? LUI a ?'TO THINE OWN SELF UK TUUK, AND IT MUST FOLLOW, AS TIIK '"^^^^ NIGHT TUE DAY, THOU CAN'ST NOT THEN BE FALSE TO ANY MAN." BY ROB'T. A. THOMPSON & CO. picKKNS COU11T HOUSE, S. C. SATURDAY, JUNE 22, 1801. VQL. XU.-^NO. 46. The Graves whore Loved Ones Sleep. dont ly Mow. sweet winds of Summer, O'er the prives where lovell ono's sleep; SMoiiinlots. How Vf Uh silent muriner, l'Aie, soft stars, your vigils keep. Flowers, with your richest frngmncc, Mooni in nil your colors fnir; "Willi birds, singing In the (crest, flo. nilli chant your muslo there. Fnir ns ye. ye wooillnml blossoms, Were tho forms now sleeping low ; Hut, from carly's dark, resiles? bosom, "Weary, ...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 22 June 1861

HOB T. A. THOMPSON, Edltor. n.A.THOMPSOV,?,YOUNO, W.H. HOICOMliK, i-noi'hipToBa. TERMS-$1.60 peramuun. in advnnoe. If pay mont be delayed until after tifo expiration or tho your, $2. For ?Ix months, 75 cent? ip advnnoe. .Advertisements insortod nt.the usual rates. PICKENSJ?. H.,-S. C.: # Saturday Morning, June 22, 1881. The Court of Equity, For Pickoua District, will commence its ses sions at thia placo on Monday tho 1st day ot' duly next. Hon. James L. Orr. Wo aro pleased to learn that this distinguished gentleman ha? boon appointed a member of tho Confoderato Congross, in the piuco of Judgo WiTnERS, resigned. South Carolina Volunteer?. Tho fourth Regiment, couunnndod by Col. SLOAN ; tho third Regiment, commanded by Col. WI1.MAM8 ; tho fifth Regiment, commanded by Col. JENKINS ; tho sevonth Regiment com udi-.ibul by Col. BACON; and the eighth Regi ment,, vommanded by Cul. CASH, havo gone to Virginia. Tho eighth and seventh Regiments havo boon ordered to Mantissas Junction, where it...

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