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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 16 February 1867

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& POETRY. Thin?p That' Never Dio. Tlic puro. tliM bright, the beautiful, That stlr.-od otu* hearts In youth, The impulse of A STor.ll.M-? prayer, Tito .Ire tm of love un 1 inuh. Tin? longing lifter something lost, Tho s >irit'< yearning er,. ; The striving-? after bettor hopes,-* ThOiO thin ?3 eau inver dio. Tiie thttIJ hand slreluhod f?r?h to A bro.her ?ubis need; Th it ?vin Hy wi,-1 in grief's d-irk holir Thal pmves th? ?rieii I indeed; T?ie pion ot*m 'rey softly brent hod When justice throat em nigh; The sorrow ot' a oonti'ito hou-i.-. riieic Illings shall nev ur div. Tho memory of a clasping haml, Thfl jires tau rc o!' a ki-.*. And ?ll th*i trifle*, await and fr wi, That in ?V: > np love's first bliss, If with ? ...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 16 February 1867

TT Sil ??i?ilJj^u ROBT. A. THOMPSON, Editor. R. A. THOMPSON & H?HT. YOUNG, _J*J{Q i '/UtifOltS._ TURMS.-One Dollar O'td Tieentyjive cents, tl rielly in advance, fof s.v months Subscription, f??f*Advertisements iuswlcd ut ?S?l per square of ten lines or less for thu first insertion, ami 60 cents Jar each subsequent insertion, JEH?V" Obituary Noders exceeding five lines. Trib utes of Respect, Communications of a personal character, and Announcements >>f Candidates, will vc charged for as advertisements, ?T??f" Job Printing neatly and cheaply executed. fifei?" Payment can be made in currency, orin pro vision at the market ra'-'s. t?a?" Necessity compels us to adhere strictly to the requirement of. cash payment. PICKENS ? H., S. C. : 'Saturday Morning, February 18, 1867. ?&" Head tho New Advertise monts $3?" Return day is Saturday tho 2d day of Mnroh next. -* ? ?, Iii Now York, oii tito 1 - iii instant, cotton was33 cents per lb. (?old, 80S, with u down-ward te:..lone,). 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. — 16 February 1867

JLand For Halo. ATPnA?'? OIF B.A^'???, two' miles from Walhalla, on Catto urook, on wltioli I li oro is u good framed dwelling mol nil necessary out-build higs, continuing 827 aeres moro or Uss. On tho place, is a good SAW'MILL in first rato running order, This ia also a desirable Purni. Porterais, &c, apply to J. M. KLHINI1KCK. Feb 13, lHl>7 !?l o THU STAT li OF SOUTH GAROMNA, IK 01U1I.N V? V -OITAl'lON. YITIlEltEAS, Itob't A. Thompson, ?,K;P.U. lins up? ? I pl ?od to ino for loiters of a. I in i n i si ration nv I he l?state of Tho,oas A. Wiley, lalo of tho ?listriet ol' Picketts ami State aforesaid, deceased ? Tlioao are. therefore, tooit.- all an.I singular tho kin.lied and creditors-*)!'tho said deceased before me, ut Piok ou? C. IL, on Fri.lay the 2 IM li day of Maroh next, to show cause, if any they can, why said letters should not he grained. Given under my hand ami Mal, llth Feb 1807. _W, Ii, HOLCOMBE, O.P.?. THE STATIC OK SOUTH CAROLINA, PtCKliN'rt-1 N Til IC COMMON...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 16 February 1867

^I?OELLANY7 K??Sillg. How differently (ho very same Illing may be 'described ! The great poetess Elizabeth Brown ing says : .* First time ho kissed nie, hut be only kissed The lingers of this hand wherewith I write : And) over since, it grew more clear ami whito. Slow to world greeting : (piiek with its .Oh. list !' When tho angels speak. A ring o! amethyst 1 could not wear her plainer to my sight. Than that first kiss. The second passed in height Tl* first, mid sought I he forehead : ami halt'missed, Fulling upon my bear Oh. beyond meed ! That'Was tho chrism of love, which love's own With sanctifying sweetness, did precedo, [crown Tho third upon my lips was folded down lu perfect, purple stale! Since when, indeed, 1 have been proud, and said, 1 My love, my own." .'Sui. Lo von good, "ol' Tennessee has experi 'onced a similar felicity, mid describes it in the following style ;-" I happciio : to p iss next day ; ov cotirso I stooped lo enjoy a look nt tho temp ter, (a beautiful woman)...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 23 February 1867

ilUB II BMnS '* ^ ,A"W ow>1 *<!/ be, true, and it must follow, as thc nitjht thc day, thov eau st not then lc false to any man." BY ft. A. THOMPSON & CO.] PICKENS C. H.. S. C., SATURDAY, F EH RU AR. Y ?28: 18fi7 rvm. ovr? 09 POETRY. Live for the Present ll Y c A ll lt I K A. Il A N D 1.1 X . Live for tho present-calmly wait. Trust nut lo lut aro. ehiiuce or talc, Thy needed grioTs to dissipate. And fur omissions to n?ono, 'Tis useless io repine or moan ; Now is tho day that's thine,alone. For olimeets fickle-fule hi blind. 1'iMt scenes, past joys ure all behind, And God alone is wise and kind. And keen regrets will ne'er rest oro Friends thill are thine oh earth no more, They Walt thee on tho unseen shore. And what to them, the caro or woo Taut others feel or others know. Their toils arc past long years ago. I.ive for the present-welcome. Still Willi earnest thought mid ready will Uto h duty ; and each station lill ; Nor for thc past - uOive us this day Our daily bread,*'-...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 23 February 1867

RO?'T. ?. THOMP80N, Editor. Ix. A. THOMPSON & ROBT. YOUNO, . 1 pitoriiii'iroits* T li Ii itS.-O/te. D?ltar and Twenty ?ve tents, strict/1 in advance, for six months Unbscription. ESST Advertisement* inserted at $1 personare af ten lines *>.. /ess for the first insertion, and ?O cent* for each subsequent insertion, t&T Obituary Notices exceeding fee lines, T-ih vtes of lifspect. Communications of a personal character, and Announcements of Candidates, will be charged for as advertisements t BOT Job' Printing neatly and cheap!;/ executed. jf?j?" Pat/ment can be made in currency, or in pro vision at the market rates. faif Necessity compels ns to adhere strictly to the requirement of cash payment. I'ICKOS C. H., S. C.: Saturday Morning, February 23, 1887. jjiay* Tho Editor lias been unavoidably ab sent this week._ 4?"* Mr. J. W Conn luis been appointed Deputy Ui S. Marshal for Picketts District. Otlice at Picken* CH. 'jC?T* Give your aid and encouragement to the cause of educa...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 23 February 1867

fl DISSOLUTION. TOB COPAUTNHUSIUP heretofore oxisling in ' I tho nanto, |\rm iiii'l style of T. h. AU.KN &Co. is trna day dissolved T. S. Am iiuu having pur? chased .Ul tho Interval of T. h. Au.vs, hereby as sumes nil tho iudybtedtiess ol' T. L. ALLIS* & Co. . T. L. ALUIN. . T. S. A KT il 0 Hi Feb!}. 18t'.0 '?I 4. Positive iVotiec. .HM! Ii Notes mu? Accounts duo to mo hnvo been 1" pinned ?11 tho hands of Col. J. J NoilTON for collection. Thoso indebted will suvo cost by ma king prompt settlement. , I. R. PARRISH, M. D. Feb 12, 1807 21 8 To Bfedi?al Students, 1^0 R 8 A LB, a Scliotttrstiip in the Philadel phia University of Medicino and Surgery, one of tho best institutions in tho country-cheap for cash. Apply ut this Office. _Feh 12. 18(57 21 If A. Young Lady Return INO tn her country home, after a sojourn of a fpwjjMohtftV in tho city, wita hardly recognised hy nor friends. In place of a coarse, rustie, flu-died face, she had A soft ruby complexion of almost marble smoothne...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 23 February 1867

iga g If tin illii ? ?! ni i ^>iii M 11 \\it*w*?mam?a*???m*mmm?mm? THE BRIDAL WINE CUP. A TH UK STOlt Y. ' * " Plodgo with. wiuo.-rjdcdgi! with wino!" cried tho young and'thoughtlcss Harvey Wood'. " Pledge with win i," ran through tlio brilliant crowd. The beautiful bride grew palo-tho decis ive hour had conic. She pressed her white bands together, nnd tho leaves of her bridal wreath trembled on her poor brow : her brorith o uno t|uiok,nud ber heart boat wildly. " Vos, Marian, lay aside your scruples for this ono," said the judge in a low tone, go ing towards his daughter; " tho company ex pect it. Do not seriously infringe upon the rules ol' cliquette; in your own house act as you plea.se, hilt, i tr mine, for this once please u.c." Every eye was turned upon thc bridal pair. Marian's principals Were well known. Henry bad been a cnnvivialist, but of lat; his friends noticed tho change in his manners, tho dif ference in his habits -and tonight they watched him to soe, as they snee...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 2 March 1867

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& POETRY". Miad Your Own Concerns. Mind your own conoornB, my friend, For limy uro yours alone ; Don't talk KboUl your neighbor's fuulta, .strive to mend your own. Suppose lit) docs not ivlwnys lend A truly perfect life, What milt tor if he sometimes frets, Or quarrels with his wife? Don't, meddle-let him know, my friend, Vour ln-tli-r nature spurns To ucl tho spy on hint ur his, And iniiK 1 your own concerns. Yes, mind your own concerns, my friend, And presently you'll lind. That all your time is occupied And you've quite enough lo mind. Why need you care if Snooks and Spooks Should wed with Sallie Jones; Wini mutier if your neighbor C. A plump hull' million owns? The monoav is not yours, my friend, Though golden stores he c...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 2 March 1867

ROB'T. A. THOMPSON, Editor. 1\. A. TlfOMPSON ei'liOBT. YOUNU, I'liOPHfETORS.' TE RMS.- One Dofiar a?d Twenty Jive cents, ?lrictly inatlvattce. for six months Subscription. ffilff^ Advertisement* inserted at S" per square of ten fines cr fess fur thc first insertion, and ?U cents j or each tubsequent insertion. jjiatj"* Obituary Notices exceeding five lines. T-ib utes of Itefyret. Co)n>nunicallort8 of a personal character, and Announcements of Candidates, will ie charged fords advertisements hi'*y M Vrintitig Heatly and cheaply executed. tS?T" Payment can be modi in currency, or in pro vision at thc market rates. Necessity CpntJKls us io adhere strictly to th? requirement of cash pttytnent. ^?????????????????.????.??MIMII MBI-Mg PI?KENS C. H., S. C. : ?.---- - Saturday Morning, March 2, 1067. Punishment Commuted PERRY DURHAM who lias been under tho sen- j tence i>( death for tho murder of pol. THOMAS > MILLER, Inis had Iiis punishment commuted by Gov. OKU to imprisonment in ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 2 March 1867

FRESH ARRIVALS ! J. li. PIEPER & BROS, AT WALHALLA, i t ir." ; ? OF SEASONABLE GOODS! CIIEAP7G<)ODS! COIISBM? jaijy, ha (mri, o?* CALICOES. W?HSTED COORS. DkliiViiVH'5?. FLANNELS, rSll MK Tl.\ fl 5. Si) I UTI NUS. ILntUtt*' ?'? .vu '.: * ! BLANK KI'S; FACTOR Y THREAD, HOOP SKIRTS,, un ...? und nltbo latest stylcl PAP?lV, SCHOOL ROOKS, ?o, ll ATS A XL' CAPS! "BOOTS & SHOES, FINK ASSORTMENT A CHEAPER Til AN KV KU ! CROCKERY! i.A M PS, KEROSEN'ti OU.. TOYS. BROOMS. X MES, CASTINGS, ALL RE?ES AX!) Or BEST QC A ETTY! Paints. Oin, Dys Stuffs, CO FF KR. SCO AR. ?AKT. CH ERSE. Ac, ?le (Sugar from ls t > cont? i" ). lt?) CUEWTNO ? SMOKING TOBACCO, fi E: C? .4 E? H . FIXE LIQUORS OF ALL KIN OS ! Casii for Produce. WE WILL BARTER Oil PA Y Til K II Ki II EST CASH PRICK FOR PRODUCE! Clive IM IIP Eli & BROS.acni?l for tliov internist.) SELL CHEAPER THAN EYER"! . Fe I? 2S. 1867 M tf WALHALLA CHANTER, No. 28, R5. . A..', JU.'. TUB UKO ULA lt CONVOCATIONS of thin Chap ter will bu t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 2 March 1867

j?tJULi. _ajfeg ..M,J^^^M'^'Ul'JJUl?^'-!Jg^PHg^ ^^OELtANY. Typographical Errors. Mr. W. L. Stouc, of Now York, latoly do? livered a very iutercsting aud valuable lecture in that city upon tho " Karly History of News papers iu Aincriea." In tho course of the lecture ocours thc following : Tho u New York Gazette " was commenced by Wayman. In 1770 Wayuiau was arrested and imprisoned for a contempt of the Assem bly, upon no other chargo than that of two typographical errors in printing the speech of Dir Henry Moore, the Governor of tho Colo ny. One of these errors consisting in print ing tho word never for ever, by roason of which tho meaning of tho sentence wno re versed. Nothing, can bc more annoying to authors and publishers than errors of the PrcsB; and yet those who are unskilled in the art of printing eau scarcely conceive the dif ficulty of avoiding them. To arrive at ordi nary ace icy in a daily newspaper requires tho reading and correction of at least two proofs; and even 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. — 9 March 1867

Pli y r' /I // K'-u * w re rffHnV/ ?FTr?W"W 1 frfW i\ LS HU ul! ?. IS jpg lb JJ JJ dal J IS Wo " iTo "Awe oten self be true, and it must foliote, <(? the might the day, fhou can'st not then bc false to any ?nan." HY ll. A. THOMPSON & GO.] PIC IC Ii N& 0, H., S. C., SATURDAY, RI A HO ll O, 18G7, [VOL. 2-NO. 24. _POETRY. Worldly Consolation. Th* blast that sweeps o'er tho frozen carib, Th? last leares from lae forest shaking. Breathes ?ofter notes thun (he worldling's mirth To the henri (hat is heavy and breaking ? For what aro I lie soups ot the festal bourd, Or the wildest strions of the viol, When tho soul is bowed ns lis dying bord, In th? gar len of gloom and trial 1 Yt may kindle smiles ia the drooping eye. Th? ugh tom? o'er the pale cheeks aro stealing. Aa lightning flashes ulong thc sky Whoa the slorni is sullenly pealing. Wdd words of mirth on the lips may play, Thou*h sorrow cnn know no assuaging, At meriily glisten tho drops or spray O'er the gu f where thc torre...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 9 March 1867

ROB T. A. THOMP80N, Editor. R. A. THOMPSON & ROUT. YOUNO, PK o rn i tyro us._ TERMS-One Doti ar and Twenty fine cents, ttr?etly in advance, for six months Subscription ggy*Advertisements inserted <it SI ?u r sanare of ten tines or tess for the lint insertion, and ?">U cents for each subsequent insertion. . # ?wjy- Obituary Xottecs exceediny five lines. 7ViA: vtes of He.xp'et Cominan cations of a personal character, an I A nnoiineetnentH of Candidates, witt ie chante I for as ivlecrtiseqtcnt*. ft?f Joli Printintf neatly amt cheaply executed. ?fiif Payment can lie made in currency, orin pro vision al thc m a r h e t rates. iVeeessity compel* us tn adhere strictly to th- requirement nf cash paument. PICKENS C. H., S. C.: Saturday Morning, March y, 1067. Tho Editor is absent this weok. Reid ?ho advertisement of Mr. IIF.OV DON, Tax C dloetnr. which nnponrs this wook. mid hu pr?parai f?r hini. Other new advertise ments aro to ho found in our columns, which aro worthy of attentio...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 9 March 1867

EXECUTOR'S SALE. WILL Uti SOLD io llio hi?host bidder, ut (lie latercsidenco of Isaac Anderson, deceased, on tho Lith du ol' .March instant, tho PflODt????.Xiii, liSTATE . Of Haiti deceased, viz : COJIN, SHUCKS ; ' MARIO AND COLT ; HALF I NT li lt HST IN Til A VE LING Til HASH Ell ; 15 HEAD OK HOGS; 10 " CATTLE ; TWO WAGONS ; *1U0 SHAlllO IN GREENVILLE A COU) M Ht A RAILROAD ; M OUSE GOL I) A N I) Kl TC ll KN FU II TUR1C, and othur nt tides. THUMS OK SALK.-On H credit of niuo moulin*, witk aote, interest und gooil securiiv. Vf. II. ANDhllSON, K.x'or. Keb '27. 1SG7 2.'t ' 2 HhcriiF's Sales. T) Y virtue 6f sundry writs ot 'fieri /?vidi to me X) directed, I will sell o tito highest hid 1er, ut Kickens Un url House, ?ni Stileduy in April next, ?nd days following, thu below deticrlbed property, to Wit : O:io trivet of Lau I. lying nour Cr ?ss Hoad meet ing Inn?*?, unjoining lundsol Mrs. h'li/>i Jane KrOo lumi. Ur. Wm. T. FLsld au 1 others, and containing li .'ty acres more er le.ss, l...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 9 March 1867

M.U.H i _!JJ!?^J ? JLU. aaggt g faaagga i?'-!>??/ VARIETY. Tao Now York Times ou Gov. Orr's Speech. [From tho Now York Ti mus. J Gov. Orr's speech ut (J hurl esto n, us tele graphed yesterday, 'indicates distinctly the growth ol' au uucusy and apprehensive feeling. Tho stay-at-home resideuts of South Caroli tia or Alubaina have believed that " digf?ity" would carry tlicui through their troubles. Wiso counsellors have inculcated thc prime impor tance of a " masterly inactivity" ns a means of overcoming Congressional aggressiveness ; and tho people have believed them. Gover nor Ot r's remarks are titted to dispel the de lusion. Ile has visited Washington and stud ied tho positiou there. He has seen, heard, j aud talked with all parties to thc controversy --with Radical Congressmen, extreme in their | demands; with the President, and with the Democratic opposition. And his conclusion I is, that tho existing political relations " aro of avery grave character." Thc discovery is uot ne...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 23 March 1867

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& PO E T The Inspiring Influence of Hop?. Whoa ataoms and tomptsls fiercely rug?, And clouds obscuro (lie sky, Let not thy fuiib in Clod decline. Nor hepo within ther die. ,Th? winds shall Jrire those clou I? ?way, The sun nguiu ahull shine. The (lowery fields look gay Hgaiu, Au.! joy nod pence bo thine. Tho morn tiny bc with clouds o'ercast, Ani thunders rouud thee roar, Yet ero the evening's shu lows fall, Tho .-Mr m s may all ho o'er. A souse of guilt liny bow thy head. And fill thy mind with grief. Hut grace divine can heal thy wounds, And bring a sweet rollof. Then lot thy heart be undismayed,' Nor yield to ula tish fear ; In Hod's five graee pUoo all thy trust, Thy prayers eui renell His ??.ir. Ligiit round thy pith sha...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 23 March 1867

MISOELLANT. ASLEEP. There, is a rare boauty iu tho following simple lines : An hour beforo, slio spoko of things That memory lo tho dying brings, Au I kissed mo nil the while ? Thon, ufter some sweet parting words, Shu suem'd among her Howers mid birds, Until slio loll asleep. 'Twas summer then, 'tia nulumu noir, The crimson leaves fall oil' the bough, And strew thc gravel sweop. I wander down tho garden walk, And muse un all tho happy talk Wo had beneath tho li mes ; And resting on the garden sea, Her old Newfoundland at my r?ot, I think ut other times : Of golden evos, when she and I ?Sat *> telling hero Hie Hushing sky, Tin sunset and the sea; Or heard thc children in tho lanet, Following home the harvest vraint, And shouting in their glee. But when thc daylight dies away, And ships grow dusky in tho buy, Those recollections cease; And in tho stillness ol' tho night, Bright thoughts that end in drcRinsss bright, Communicate their peace. I wake and see the morning star, And h a...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 30 March 1867

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& POETRY. The TJndisiovered Country. Could \fo but know Tho lund that emin oir dark, uncertain trawl, j Wh?r? Ho Ihoso happier billa and moadowa hiw; j Jfth 1 if beyond Ibo ppiril'n inmost curd Au jht of (hat oountry could wo nurely know, Who would not go ? Might we hut hear 'Tho hovering eagle's high Imagined chorus, Or oatoli, betimes, with wakeful eyes un.I clear. One radiant vista ?1* the realm bolero us-? With one trrnpl moment given lo sec and hear, Ah ! who would tear ? Wero wc quite ?uro 'To find the peerless frit-ud who left us L indy, Or Ibero, hy nome celestial stream ns puru, TEo gr .sc in eyes that here were luve lit only - This weary mortal coil, were we quite ture, Who would endure ? FOUiITIO^-L. The Supplement...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 30 March 1867

^THOMPSON ?' HOBT. YOUNO, jpjiornn'iroi:^. ri-?l i ii i'&V-yAS'-One fi.tHne nu./ Tven'ii-Jiee cent?, i'-^? V ?U? inattvanee, fur .s/> non.'//* .S/.?.'.M.'/ 1 ?ilion. /. ??B^'Altvertiseme?ts ?nv, I -I ul A\ j, ,? x/mty of ''* JMJW?9 or less for th? //...' , ..;.,?, / .'. > ,-.-"?% '^W&jffiA subsequent Jiise'r'inu Obituary fvotiees exeretou/ ?iee lines. T iti' Jte*p~et, V" ?...?./?.. ?..-('.''/??.* c/' .' fiersouttt ir, a.i I ?Lint-ot i-;>.neuli . C'?n.tltlates, letti itiargei/mui u I??? ?>./;?..", ,,'<' fob l%einUuj Sfufly nat etfanVi ejreeuted. , tffg? J*ay.n-.-ut c<n>.V ?:/ ? /<. /'/< eurrmey crin pru Ditton at the market ?..?.'..<. fjf?&" Neees.iity cniipi'v ;/< /<> a three n.'r'ftli/ io tftS requirement nf rush yu ?nm nt. PICKHXS C. II., S. C.: Saturday Morning-, March 30, 18G7 t fis?y" Tho Editor boin;; absent, ori business, ?wo.trust tho r juders of tho .. Connor " will exousc tho '.' shortcomings in this depart jmont, this wee...

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