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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 22 June 1861

on .os cry shoot, countcrpnno, pillow cuso mid j tablecloth, tearing thom up into suitnblo 1 widths." BedtJ Wore ?Iso tnkon, ?nd n largo diiiing-tablo. Tho table was carried into tho yard, beneath tho thick branches of a pleas nut grove, nnd hero tho surgeons relieved ! ninny n poof follow of n broken linn or u shut-1 tored leg. The residence of nnothor lady wns visited by several of tho lily-livered oflioi s, worn j ou* by fntigUo mid parched with thirst. They I bopped butter'tnillc or nny other refreshment nt hand, which was peremptorily refused. Thoy thou laid violent hands upon u pail of fresh wntor near by, and speedily swallowed tho contents. Ono pf tho officers inquired of Mrs. G if sho had any idea of the number of rebel force In tho ongageinent that day. She replied that sho did not, but a friend and neighbor, bad informed her tho evening pre- ', vious, that Gen. Beauregard was near York- ? town, nt the head of 30,000 - mon ! - " Great1 God !" exclaimed the valorous u soger...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 22 June 1861

;Xhe Old Rifleman. KOUTI1KUN AltMX. Nov; bring mb out my buckskin ault ! \My pouch Qml powder, too! " .. We'll BOO'if seVoniy-slx eau shoot . Ab Bixtooii used to do. Old Bos3 1 wo'Vo kept Quv horrels bright ! Our trigger quick and truo! As fur, if not ns jh\o a sight, . Aa long ugo, >vo drow ! Arid pidk me out a trusty flint I ? A real whito and hluo. Perhaps 't will win Hie other tint, before tho hunt is through I I Give boys your brass percussion caps ! Old **shut pan" suits.AS wolli There's something in tho ?park-?; perhaps *; Thore's something in tho smell ! Wo've seen tho rod coat bri tain bleed ! Tho red-skin Indian, too! Wo nover(.tliought to draw a bead On Yaukce-doodlo-doo ! Hut, Bessie ! bless your dear old heart ! Those days aro mostly dono ; And noW wo must revive tho art Of shooting ou tho run ! - If Doodlo must bo meddling, why, There's only this to do: Seloot tho black spot in his eye And lot tho daylight through I And if be doesn't Uko tho way That Bess presents t...

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. — 29 June 1861

_" " ' _j_--_?j?gaya^gjtjgga_:" _:.",_- _ .._ _- AJ__ "TO THINE OWN SELF BE TRUE, AND IT MUST FOLLOW, ?AS THE ^ BY ROB'T. A. THOMPSON & CO. P?CKENS COURT HOUSE, S. C. SATURDAY, JUNE 29, 1861. NIGHT THE DAV, THOO CAN'ST NOT THEN B? FALSE TO AJSY MAN," - VOL. XII.-NO. 4% To My Sons in Virginia Tho following lines were written impromptu by >n lady to her sons who ure now in Virginio : My children, I havo sent thoo forth To bnttlo for the right; God give each youthful arm thc power He gives to men of might. Anxious will ho my throbbing berti I At every passing tale, Thy mother s soul shall faller not, Although her cheek grows pale. . My hand upon your bended heads, iln blessings I have laid, And to the righteous bord of Hosts This was the prayer I made: Oh ! let my children, gracious God ! He thy peculiar care, He with them in thc bat Ho field, Ito with them through tho war! Keep from their young and manly forms Thc scourge. Disease, away ; Keep stainless still their honor bright...

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. — 29 June 1861

mtwm ??!??> mmt*****m]riaam l Mi ? * ??. ? nu? ipi Nh < , yn?. HOBT. A. THOMPSON, Editor. !;U.A.THOMPSON, IL YOUNG, W.H. HOLCOMBE, PROIMUET0118. 8 THUMS --$1.50 per annum, in ad vance. If pay ment hy delayed until after tho expiration of the vo?r, $2. For six months, 7f? couts in advance. #jr*AdyortleoincntH insorted at tho tu 'id ratoS. PICKfiNS C. %? S. C.: Saturday Morning, June 29,1861. No Court. Owing to tho disturbed condition of tito coun try, il hus boon determined that there shnll bc tito Court of liquify, nt this placo, next wook Proftpinjr buRinQ?s moy bo disposed of at Green ville, ut chambers. Then; was no court at An j? dorson, this week, for tho snmo reason. Serious Accident. Wo regrot to learn tbnt a sorious ncoident oo R? curred nt the Railroad trestle over Six-nnd |y Twenty orook, between Pondloton and Ander son on Saturday lost. In romoving tho 'trestlo, jj^Ibr tho purposo of putting up a bridgo over that stream, tho trestle giving woy, fell and knocked two ...

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. — 29 June 1861

lil 111 il 11 II M M I ii **m* 11 .LLj.'lj^m fJL1. Wi dofonso of our country. Suid cominittco mo instructed to hang-as high ns Humnn was- oneil und every ono of ?aid young mon who linvo tho impudence nnd importinonce to mention matrimony to miy ono of said committeo of young Indios, or nny of their lady ncqunintanccs. It is conscientiously thought to ho wiso und right to trent tlio aforo suid Yoting mon tims, severally nnd ridgidly, for a two-fold purposo: 1st. Tu rid our land and country of un encum brance amounting to nothing less titan u nui sance to nil good nnd loyal citizens. 2d. By such a course, the*aforesaid young mon's descendants will cflectuully bo prevented from joining (in n coming day) in the celebra tions mid huzzas of our posterity, for the rights, liberties ann equalities bequeathed thom by their chivalrous fathers of tho Southern Confed eracy. A CITIZEN. Walhalla. June 25. 1801. Foll TUB KF.OWKK COCKlXll. Thc Flat, Shoal Vigilativo Committee met and adopted ibo fo...

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. — 29 June 1861

r Bo ft Woman. / . Oft I've heard a goude motlier, - A? tho twilight hours begun, j .Pl catlin g with a non on duty, j ???.?' Urging him to bo a mnn. I V But ?jato her blue-eyed daughter, I i Though wit li love's words quito as ready, I. )t Points sho out tho other duty, I ?'Htrivo ir.y dear to be a Indy !" , \. , What's a lady ? lu it somc/hing Mall? of hoops, and Bilks and airs, j. 'Used ..to decorate tho parlor, f biko tho fancy .rugs and elm!rn ? t' .. tn bj ono that wastes on novels $ Every fouling that is human ? If 'tis this to bc a lady, f?ls not tills to bo a woman. ?P . Mother, then, unto your daughter ?>' V ?poak of something higher far, Thad to bo a mero fashion's lady . O Woman " ls tho brightest star, i If Vo. in your strong affection. BfM&1 ; Urgo your son to bo a truo man, i;; ' Urgo your daughter no less strongly \ To ral sr jp and bc a woman. .v; YoS, a woman-brightest model .:,V Of that HglU and perfect beauty ; M Tli?re tho liiind, and soul and body. / Blo...

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 July 1861

?ggg-?ul.'a.-,a_-LJ ..A'a.u.iLuaj.LL^"^-?.ia.ja!.'.'auL'j.i?JLL -VLl-^i.LiLiiia.il'L'''jr. i.'.1!^"!'.-Ju..;_>? , tsi_? . . i; ...^y.jj.'j._i_LJ_-J._._?_LJ-J_UI.I_:_'_LL.i-ij-u._'_?_J_LU'n.J.. ta? '.<i"f'.?af. J 44TO TlII^? OWN SELF BE TRUE, AND IT MUST FOLLOW, AS THE NIGHT THE DAY, THOU CAN'ST NOT TUEN DE FALSETTO ANV MAN.'' BY ROB'T. A. THOMPSON & CO. PICKENS COUBT HOUSE, S. C. SATURDAY, JULY (>, 18G!. VOL. XII.-KO. 48. The Southern Constellation. Out of tlie troubled ?ea ? Arose a single star, Bright, calm, yoi boldly free, The harbinger of war: ^ "War for a people's name, War for a nation's lifo, War lo preserve a fatuo Ne'er sullied iu the strife. . Defiantly sho roso | Out of thc angry wave, Vearless of all the woes She should be called lo brave. ^Defiantly slu> sbonc Upon tho rn ?ri nj; storm, "Walking tho sky alono An ever brightening form. Alone in that dark hour Of peril and of woe, She dared |hc tyrant power . Which tiercely surged below. In vain thc billo...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 6 July 1861

I ROB't. A THOTH P80N, Editor. j ft. A.THOM!?SQS, 1' YOVKO, W.H. HOLCOMBE, m-, ?' rKOl'KIEfOHS. || TK(tM$*-*$LfiO per ?nnutr in advance. If poy f' ntm^bu doluvod until after tlio expiration oT the K your. $2. fror nix months, iii cont.vin advance, i; P8TA?Iir?rtiwinicnt8 insert ml nt tho usual rAtes. I nCKKNS^C. H., S. C. : Saturday Morning:, July 6, 1801. Found Dead. MICHAEL FiTXt'.vrniCK, of thin District, wns f ?und dead in Iii -, house on Sabbath inst. An inquest Was hold ovor tho body, A. Runt.SS, Esq, noting as Magistrate The vordiot of tho jury witt, in substance, that deceased un mo tu his |v ? death hy tho Visitation of God. FITZPATRICK ' was an Irishman, hud been a workman on thc Bluo Hidgo Railroad, and lins ?either family or ! kiudrod in this section. The Fourth Regiment Is stationed at prosont, nour Lccsburg, Va., "within threo miles.of tho Potomno ri vor, eotno distance above Georgetown, and about twonty miles from Washington. Our dates are to thc 20th of Juno, when al...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 6 July 1861

E?R TI IK KEOWEE COU UT EH. The Volunteer Fund Jlfr, Editor:-I was muoh pleased tn,rending tho urtlelo of .' Justice, Liberty, mid Indcj.cn deneo," in your papern few week? ngo. Tho liberality of your correspondent wns groot, nnd h'm ?uiiiimouin ..iiQHO of tho p.uriot. But u Im was it? In your littoral notico of tho proposi tion to, raise n fund for tho volunteers, yondid not'glvo us tho linnie of this public bonofhetor." Doubtless. youAvor? not authorized to do so. bu't 1 think tho publio should be informed who lt was that proposed to bo ono of n number to givont ?moo $200.00; $200.00 infix months, und $500.Q0 n year during the war! Ills mime U Wii.MAM S. GRI-HAM. ono not unknown to .your ninny render!? und distinction. Whilst sumo ar? volunteering, others uro offering their purses. Bvith aro alike honorai'o. Moro anon. Tito BONO Puniitco. July 1. 1801. ron rnK ucowKK ear 1:11:11. Mr. Editor: At a meeting of Hie Homo Quarti, at Anderson's Mills. June 22d, Kider ll. Ilop.Ut.tt was c...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 6 July 1861

fck u -.. .. < ' _l>i!ja?Ji^^>3l?>f!Wi^?? ..? .?'.'.'?j'-'X'iJag '''ff^otn tho Sbuthorn Fiohl and Fireside. Summer's Welcome . Evor welcomo ! summer breeto, . - ?<.> Hpringlng grasa and verdant (roos, ?Silvery streams ami bright leaved Howers, Changing clouds and cooling showers. W?loonto aongstora or tho wood, Who bing tho songs of Knturo'a Qod, From ovory thought of sadness freo, They worblo over joyously. ' Nat uro Itt htr gayest dress, A ?poa rs tli? typo Of lo veli liens : brightness greets on cit hov hand, beauty ?milos o'er all tho laud. O J could our hearts recglvo tho light That como from (lowers so fresh and bright, And tho blytho Songsters of tho air, Leave a soft murmuriug coho there / Thou happiness would light each eye, And tears ne'er dun thoir brilliancy ; Gladness would-reign in overy heart, And beauty to ouch taco impart. The Evacuation of Harper's Ferry. Perhaps thoro is no movement of thc South ern troops, sinco tho commencement of thc present c...

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 July 1861

ll ff fttt 8 I? ^^S^^^^?j Ti IT^ Tig HD) ! te -l? s fes ts i^lil?^^^ft lb I? #1 y ? JU' I ! 1. ? - ^^0^K???M?r^^ 3 "T0 ?"?? ?T SKLF DE TRUE, AND IT MUST FOLLOW, AS THE ' * ^ NIGHT THE DAV, THOU CAN ST NOT TUEN BE FALSE TO ANY MAN.'' BY HOBT. A. THOMPSON & CO. PICK KN S COURT HOUSE, S. C. SATURDAY, JULY 13, 1801. VOL. XII'.-NO. 40. ' Tho Dying Never Weep. 'Tis said tho Dying never weep.' Is it becutiso tho cliill of Death Insensate mukra I hem to this Kurili ; Wild.every parting breath? lt cannot be-they call for friends ' Asl; by a father to bo prcss'd Alni long to lay the drooping brow Upon u mother's breast. Why'do the dying never weep? , O they have reached their point of Timo That is tor alight Uko earthly tears i , Too wondrous, (no sublime: Their spirit eyes now beings nmrk ; S And on their ears tito Future's sea 51 Already through tho shadows waft Tho voices of I'ternii v ! * O say. why should the Dying weep? Weep with such angel throngs around ! ' S Veep when their brows...

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 July 1861

fil^illliMu" KOB'T. A. THOMPSON, Editor. R.A.TUOMPSO.N, R. YOUNO, W.H. IIOI.COMBK, I'ROI'RIETORS. THUMS-$t.i">Ci per nanum, in advance, lt pay ment bo delayed until nitor tho expiration of tho year, $2. For six months, 75 "cents in advance. ' B&ikJ*Advertisements inserted nt the Usual mtv*. " PICKENS ?. ll,y S. C. : -Ja- I Saturday Kbriring, July 13, 1861. From Richmond. j Our Editorial Correspondence como to hand too luto for tliis issue ; it shall appear noxt week. The ? Editor is in Richmond, on his way to Lccsburg, I where, tho 4th Regiment is stationed. Wo learn, ! through tho correspondence, thnt President DAVIS 1 has called for fifty thousand additional troops. Tho quota of South Carolina will bo about live thousand. Do yo ready ! Col. Orr's Regiment. This Regiment cf bravo und gallant mon, I .who, nt tho grcntost sacrifices hnvo volunteered their services tu tho Confed?ralo Stales for and I during tho war, will onenmp nt Sandy Springs on Friday, tho 1'Jth inst. Tho Re...

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. — 13 July 1861

. ft . I ...?j'i?ji WfflMBfWMP ." '. WI I ?? i"-'.u|.i. JLIULLL-IIUJ.'. . mont.. lt first onllod for 75,000 troops, pro claimed n bloc-kudo of tho insurrectionists, deinuuced privateering, and mudo a call for throo years' uuvy. These measures woro vontured upou under tho popular demand and publicT necessity, ti n Hing to thoir ratifica tion by Congress. Soon altor, it was consid ered a duty to authorize tho oommauding scv orin io Hiispoiiu iou wi iv ot imuni.i ii//yy?3 vrucru tho publicsafoty required it. This was necessa ry to tho execution of tho laws. Tho continu iinoo of tho law mude in such extremo tender uessoftho liberty of tho citizen, practically rcliovcd moro of the gilty tha*u tho iiioceut. To state thc question moro directly: Aro nil thc laws but ono to bc unexecuted; and tho Government go to pieces lest one bo vio lated '{ But it Wa8 believed that tho suspen sion of thc writ of hu bean vorpmi was not un constitutional. Tho forboarnnoo of tho Government had boon so extra...

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 July 1861

Take Courage. '^f^^^f' ft^???*n^of tho t^oUthl HP^ Arid hffid* Jftvk and t.yiug hour, His prQiddonco will guide. ?pjBMK Yl'v' ? V gl~Vt??v> H.l.lOll HUH lu lift"*' , Than vrljcn old Knghind's force, Cunio o'er thu broad Atlantic's wuro, M . Our fathers to coerce. !*??.. < A fo'<M?nth rUon <n tho midst - ' p tOf lids ouoe hiippy lnnd ; HB' Q?V Uniii Uko brothers, lilied with lmto, Kgffi' ? From a destructivo bund. :| To crusli our own loved Sunny .South, Bp'.V' To force on us thoir ism, To eompior froo and noblo hien, B?L. Who scout fanaticism. BffT'' For .tin's tlioy now invado our homes, * K|X' . For.this destroy om* poaco, . Kv'/- Shoot down our husbands, brothers, sons, Bpy Our servants" to released" jp Thoy'd tako thgm from their only frlcndb, | m a With whom, content they dwell, Kv . ? Who tiurso in sickness and old.ago, jeVi- And clotho and feed them well. Sp' Yet closo nnd cunning Northern men Would cheat ten thousnml ways, /Then leave tho poor, weak black to etar...

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 July 1861

B^P^Pr|^BE^^^"^*^ ,r r"'* vvv" "' .r,T-,-,-r-r-1-. y.-- , - ??-i.v.--,-r. ?;-~---s-? vr sa-u--?J-,---;--^^^^ ? ? ? ..^.M.MU..^..^^^^^ nvniTniaff I ff? B (il WW B ft -ssw": . -a ? n fa i ?? ti Ky T0 T,IISh 0WN SLLF ML 1KUJ'' AND 1T MUST F0LL0W? AS *HH ^^^^^^ Nlt?IIT THE DAY, THOU CAVST NOT THEN HB FA ESK TO ANY MAN." \ I J BY. ROB'T. A. THOMPSON & CO. PICKENS COURT HOUSE, S. C. SATURDAY, JULY 20, 18(51. *0t! NO. 50. MiraiMAiii (POETTInW. A.tiiW FOU TUB KBOWKB Contint. To the 4th Regiment 8- C V Forth from t hoir unlive mountains Thoy'vo gone, ns true n band, As over marched to meet thc foo, .And fight for " Dixie Lund.". Jiehind they've left tho old blue hills, Which proudly towoi' on high, Tho giant oaks, their soldier guard, Their banner, thc broad biuo sky. Forward! they cry, to Washington, Thc foo ive do not fear, WU pl.mt tho Southern " Stars and liars,' And see it floating there. Our Mountain l'.oys among the first, beneath its folds will stand, And shout hurrah! a victory'...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 20 July 1861

ROBT? A. .THOMPSON, Editor? ; ^A.TUOMPSON.R. YOUNO, W.H. H?LCOMBK, I rROI'RlKTOHB. !'...V TERMS-DO por annun). In advance, ?f pay ; hn itnhwod until after tho expiration of t?io . yoar, $'4. For ?Ix montos, 7?'vvui> ir. .vV?r.tvr?, 5Sy*AilvortUcinents inserted nt tho usual ratos. PICKENS C. H., S. C.: - - Saturday Morning, July 20, 1801. Death of Ex-Govornor Adams. TdiC aonouncomont of tho donth of Kx-Oov. ADAMS, willoh wo 800 in tho Columbia papors Of tho 10th inst., Alls us with sorrow. His poli li? career needs no comment or commendation --hoing known and appreciated. Hi? patriotic teat) self-sacrificing devotion to principio, found ed on his convictions of policy or duty, nnd his <m i vairons, high-toned character as a Southorn , gentleman, will long koop his memory green in tho hearts of his countrymen. Colonel 0&? Regiment of Rifles. Tdiis neblo Rogimont of patriots and soldiers, l>y order of tholr gallant and accomplished (Jolonol, have taken position at Sandy Sp...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 20 July 1861

^^^^^^^^^^f Vttssongcr* frQtn tho I miglnwrhooiTPr^S^Kl^ and Laurel Kf[ differ mnioriully lirvogard to tho roports Kthorooont cngngoiuout. Hohio insert po Rtivoly that Col. Pcgrnm is ne?lhor. killed W>r n pvieouor. Others stato directly tho ro |<cio?.. nonie sialo tiltil Gen. G.wouii. i? Tiuv railed ) th?t tho Georgia regiment uro not pri soners ; end othors stato. tho rovorso. "Tho ?SpOllBO must continue until reliable informa Ilion is obtained. f." John S. Culomnn, of -Augusta, GIL, is ap pointed assistant surgeon in tho Virginia cu IVi.l ru Bi Rion MONO,'July 17.-Thc following letter tja on tho bulletin board of tho Dispatch Of Pfico, Addressed to the uiothor of Col. Pogrom, ? 'who resides in Richmond. I "GtiKKNUtuKU Rivmi, July 18-Mrs. I Gen. Pogram : Col. ingrain Wu's not hurt or I iujurncd in tho battle of Rioh Mountain. Wc I parted late after thc light, and ho has goue to ? to join Garnett. Peeply regretting thut you Should have been annoyed by tho reports of ?MpU ftdl,...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 20 July 1861

War 8?ng. " ' UV AfeKXANtmu H. M KI: id Would'st thou hnvo mo lore thoo, dearest, With a woman's proudest heart, Which shall over hold thed nearest Shrined in i's hiiiiuot henri ? Liston, then! My country's calling On lier sons to laoet '.he foci Loavo these- groves of rote at'id myrtle ; Uroj> thodronnty harp of lovo! Ltkoyoung-K?rner--?corn tho turtle, WI? u tho caglo screams above! Dost thou pause? Let dolsrdsMnlly * Do thou for thy country tight J 'tfeath her noble emblem rally "Ged! c;;r coiiidiy mid her rightV" Liston I noir her trumpet's calling On her sons to moet tho fou! Woman's heart is soft and tender, Hut 'tis proud nnd faithful.mo. ijhall sho bo her land's defender ? Lover ! soldier ! up nud do ! Sehe thy father's ancient falchion, Which once Unshed ns freedom's star ! Till sweet pence-tho bow omi halcyon Stilled the stormy strifo of war! LUten! now thy country's calling On her sons to meet her foo! Sweet is love in moonlight, bowers! * Sweet is tho altar and tho Hi...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 27 July 1861

BY ?TO THINE OWN SELF BK TUUE, AND IT MUST FOLLOW, AS THE IIOB'T. A. THOMPSON & CO. iummMmnmt?i?fm*?m)?mm i m j '-_ ^ M I I - - rn Milli II I I I I i i n II irn?ri?. m.mi mniii PICKENS COURT HOUSE, S. C. SATURDAY, JULY 27, 1801. NIGHT THE DAY, THOU NO. 5& Never Despair. 1 .,: over despair 1 when die dark cloud is dowling, Thc Run, tliougli obscured, never couses lo sliincp Above tlie black tempest his radiance ia pouring, While faithless and faint-hearted merilla repine. |The journey ol'lite lins iii; lighes mid ita shadows, I And Heaven, inila wisdom, to each senda a v Hlinro ; 'hough rough bo tho road, yet with reason to guide us ,\nd courage lo coiuiu?,i;,tw.e'll never despair ! 7*-" ' " Xever despair ! when willi troubles contending. Make labor and patience a sword and a shield, ? And win brighter laurels, with courage unbending, As gay aa thc lark in thc bonn, ot' thc morning, Whoa young hearts spring upward to do and to duro, Tho bright, star of promise, their blt uro ...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 27 July 1861

?OB'T. A. THOMPSON, Editor. _ n U.A.TIlOMrSON, lt. YOUNO, W.H. HOLCOMRK, PROPRIETORS. THUMS- $t.G0 pornnnun?, In advance. If pay ment bo ilclnyoj nulli arter the expiration ot tap ?year, SI For six monti- s 7?> cents In advance. ' ?g?r*A(lv6rtisonicnls Inserted ai tho usuut rute?. Saturday Horning, July Ut, 1861. Early Cotton. Wo have roocivod from tho plantation of Mr. JOHN ll. SLOAN, of Marion county, Florida, a boll of cotton, properly matured, and fully ex panded. -Tho tl bro is lino and beautiful, lt was plucked from the stalk on the 8th inst. The Southern Congress. Tho Congroas of tito Confoderato Stntos oou vor.od at iUchmnnd, Va., on the 20th instant. tTJio mossago of President DAVIS will bo found on our first pago. #Wo need not ask for it tho attoutivo porusal of our rendors. Emanating from ono who, liko Washington, his immortal prototype, stands first in pcaeo, first in war, and first tn tho hearts of Iiis countrymen, it naturally addiosscs itself to tho best affections...

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