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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 11 January 1868

wi ni i Mi ?Iii tili li mmhA\***V,mfWii ?MM??? ' m ' ' BOUND TO G KT mis PAY.- Ono of -ho no " '. .delegates to Po pu'? eon volition has gono VJ work ou tho United States barraoks in At ? lanta at $I;50 por day. Tlio balanco of tho vonoccu, .blacksand white, would best subsorve their own and tho interost of their coiistitu c?ici?? by following tho oxuu?plu of. tills doi<d brokq statesman. AW Soven moro men aVo umping in Clii oagd, Ulovon citizens have.thus far tnysterU on.s?ly disappeared within the pist three weeks. Nico place, Chicago. &j?}~ Tho* scientific mon inform us that lightwhioh'loft stars of thc twelfth magnitude, when tho Israelites orosscd tho Rod Sea, has not yet reached the earth, . 165* Tho statistics of oasiuiltio?? in Western ? nd Southwestern''rivers for tho pust yoor show 18'.' ocoideiits, 82 of which resulted in the total loss of vessels involving u loss of $046,000, on.which there was insurance to the amount of 8512,000. The loss of life up proximate* 97...

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 January 1868

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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 January 1868

. BY ROBERT YOUNG. ' f' '?!'??*l?fev^ .... . .'il _i I I I IJW PICKENS COURT HOUSE, S, C, SATURDAY, JANUARY 18,1808. . .. The Stranger on the Hill. Bf T. U ItC ll A N A N llBKO. '. liol ween broad fields of whertt and corn, In the lovely home where I wnu bor i, Tlie pencil trees tenn against thc wall, 'And tile .woodblno wanders ever oil ; ?horo ls tho shaded door-way still. Hut tho stranger's foot luis.crossed tho sill. There In thc bam-und still tis of yore . I CHI ?mall the hay from tho open door, And, seo the busy swallows throng, And hear tho peewees mournful song ; . Mut tho stranger e?mes-ah ! uaiuful proof Ills sheaves are piled to tho heated roof. There ls tho orchard-the very trees. Where my childhood know long hours of caso,. And watched the shadowy moments run, Till my life had imbibed moro shade than sun ; That swing from tho bough uoW sweeps the air, Hut the stranger's ohildrou aro swinging there. There bubbles the shady spring below, With ?ts bulrush brook where tho h...

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 January 1868

RO^?IT *O?$ft Viw*it*W r&R&S^tyr ^?ii^ption, w w'O.. JJ O Li LA RS per atin?ni st.'lctiy in a-.h-ance [ for six : ?: y.t?'OnthSr On?" DoJUr. ''l^^Advertisements inserted at $1 per lijuarc af (?tv linos o/- letts for t'ie ?rst iuserijoni Und -?U '-cents , Sor each tubx?quei?t insertion jg?Sr* O?flt'fir'i tfbticc* exceeding fee tines, 2V?'? .. VrVk of 'Respect,'- Cnmnii'?feations of a perso'nfU character, and Announcements of Candidates, tel!'1 v $e chargqf foras advertisements. jy^?T'' printing neatly and cheaply executed. Jfj&r lent catt Remade incurrency, or in pro |B)f ?t? m ? r k ? t rates. jBfe^v k f?ce?*ikjf compel* m t<&<&d!ure*$(rictly to S .juireinenti?foashpdyment. ,\ ^7lT?NS C. H., si c. :" . -TT- -"I i r \^rni*g,. January ?8, 1888. ? Dissolution., I Th? finn of ROB'T. A, THOMPSON & Co., is tins daj dissolved by mutual consent. All dobts duo tho omeo will bo paid to. Iton'i. ,A. THOMPSON. Ho.vrUl also pay all V demands against tho'firtu. t " R...

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. — 18 January 1868

V""".!' ?.?.ii"'-! M. ' MI, i -I_L.laJ^'iL PROCEEDINGS tyf (tho CfcncriU J?oard rf Cotnmtstiowsrs of Hoad?. v PICKED C. H., S. C., Jan. 7th, 1808. .TjVliK General Board of Hoad Commissioner* , ft. mot horo this day and organised by.eleoting M. F. MITOURM,, Chairman, and WBSLKV Pircu r?RD. Seorotafy. . ' &nmhcri AftiorL-M. >k\ Mitchell. Wotdov Pifctfv??rd. K. U. Qriflio, I?. NV. Leak. Mox. Al g.iod, J. T. Steolo, U ,Vi\ I?. Steolo; J. H>. Gasa way? 8, 15; Maxwell, M. lt. il,un?lcutt. S. M. Crawford, J. L. ll ?yd, Bahi?Ohtvton, William Bibb. Iionrv .Williams, das. D.lleitli, J. W. Singloton, F. A. Hoko. Total. IS. Meniwrii AliS'?U.~~(l<3 ?.'. Wt .Piiillip?, Jonas Phillip*. Jas. Fishor, J. T. Gusset, Tims. IV Prioo. Tho*. Dillard. Total, 0. . Knob Commissioner was called on hirendor! ?t\ account of -Iii? indebtedness. Tho following .was presented t Kimi RBUIMBNT.-E. II. Griffin,fer Itopairs iri dis Boat, $212. As Treasurer tn Fifth'Hog intent, old Ordor mit paid. $1.420. J...

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 January 1868

Suiroy ?aya will Come Ayala I" Though ?o-cHy bo dark ?ad dreary, And blaok clouds around us rise, Lit ut halt not, uor bo weary, LigLt is looming skies I ??i? aud ?boor e?oh follow oro?lui p' 1 'tf ?iuat tho storms that round JW iow'r, (Boot* thoy'll wear a brighter feHturo, Aud tho sunshine oOnio with pow'r. Ifovor, boya, glvo way lo sorrow, Hut bo up, and act Uko mon j Look willi hopo for joy to-morrow, Sunay .days will como again V Lot ns throw asido all sadnoss, ? Hotter limes aro on (ho wing ; Who eau toll what joy and' glad&esaj f ? / Providence to bs maybrldgf v Norvot thou, ovoryaiauly feeling, 1 And with courage mool tho storm, Lot us wounded hearts be bealing, Aud our duty still perform. Noyer, boys, givo way to sorrow, :\ * Hut be up, au 1 act Uko mon; Look with hopo for Joy 'tO-iuorrow, .Sunny days \rill oouio again ! j Wo should not tie always sighing, Nor iudulgo io wild dismay"; Beat in- mind " Old Timo " is flying, Therefore, wisdom moro display. If our prospoot9...

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 January 1868

fo^P .. ^'?^k- ^ - ^^-A^XTrirb I) I ' '?^i ??r**V ' ^ -Vc* . BAM'L. MOUOWAN. \ l^t9 asm-^^ N *> Abbeville, ?.O. } J. ' , .. To 'thine Olen ul/ bc lr,,.:, "ml ?I muli/allow, ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^f^^^ ^?? <?? night ? (1,4 day, Uv? CQtt'tt tut ti?'h/?lK lo m,y Km." ' 'V - -lJ * -'-J.L-i-- -.1 .-.a-" C? i...-I ..'.A'--! U-^i V.i.L.. J 'J ""I J J !' 1 J1.1. L'J- J-.il , ? .. _J_!_J !- U'JI'lf-'WL^MaSL'. Jj._J.J?-^-..iiiJJ.'_'JjJL4__^l^LllJ^ILJ < . BY ROBERT YOUNG. PICONS COURT HOUSE, S. C., SATURDAY, JANUARY 25,1868. VOL. III, ...NO, 17 POETRY. Winter-A Dirge. Tho wintry wost oxlcnds Iiis bins., And hail mut rnin docs blow ; , Or tho stormy north somls driving forth \ Thc blinding ?loot ami straw; While trombliug brown tho bum comes down And roars frae bank to brno; And bird and boast in covert vest, And pnsfttljp heartless day. ' Tho swooping blnst tho sky o'orenst", Tho joyloss winter day, 'hot others fear, to mc moro d?nr ? > . Than nil tho pride of May; Tho (-outpost...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 25 January 1868

"lgx*tdto/ipliati? TWO J) OL'] !,? HP?/V strictly in advanco; for fix took vMffifa] 't , ^Jj^ffle'rt iscment a inserted ul $1 per aguare oj ten. lifts or less for thc ?r.st -fa?ertion, and ?O cents ^ffC^?c/t- subsequent insertion. Ob?uvfiy Notices exceudiny Jive lines, Trib tites ''of flcspcet. Communications of a personal j ?harxictto; and Ann(xu\icciuents of Candidates, will be chdrged for as advertisements. ^S&^Job JfrfnttypT neatly and cheaply executed, tifeiy 'Jf?yment' can bc made in currency, or in pro vision at the tn a r k ? t :rates. J8@?" Necessity comjnh us to adhere strictly to ihe requirement of cash payment. .""VJ BICKENS C. H., S. C.: Saturday Morning, January 25, 1808. JJQy* In Now York, on tho 20th instant, Cotton was quoted ut 17 \ to 1.7-J cents per pound'. Flour, $9.20 to 815 por barrel. Corn, 81.25 to ?1.32 per bushol. Cold, 89$. Wo loy before our readers this week, tho most important of the proceedings of the "Reconstruction Convention." Next week wo will ...

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 January 1868

GREAT DISCOVERY ! EVERY MAN JUS. O WN ARTIST. A Scientific Wonder, AN INSTRUMENT by which tiny poison con tuko cm-root Likenesses or Photo graphs. This instrument with full instructions Bout by mail for ono doJhtr. Add ross C. li. A MKS Ss CO., ? ?" 181 BUOADU.W, Now York. . ..Tan. 20, 1808 17 2m 'pUEC'JM'S SALE. IVY virtue of a "Warrant of Distraint dirootcd > tu mc hy A. S. Wallace, Esipiiro, Oollootot of Intornal Kevon no for tho 3d Collection Dis trict of South Carolina. I have lovicd on tho following Property belonging to Andrew Si Smith, as follows : ONE TIMDT OF LAX?, Lying nour Codur. Kook, in Piokons District, continuing TWO ll UN Dlllj I) AU HHS moro m le<n, and adjoining hinds uf Austin Day and Others. O Xii 110 KSK ; ONE BUGGY AND HARNESS. This properly will bo sold at Rogers' Store, nu Tuesday tho I8tb Fubnmry next, nt ll o'oluok, A. M., tit tho highest bidd?r, for the purpose ol paying Internal-llovonuo due by him to the government bf tho United States. Ati?f Ter...

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 January 1868

.4rt^?i*v?t?v.<i?>.?*. yyvmirXT ^?>WiVs-?'n? yana ??fc>vH?*j Tho Truo Gontlomau. 'Tia ho wlio.10 ovoi-y thought ami deed By rules ut' vivtuo moves; Whoso generous tonguo disdains to speak Tho Hiing his houri disproves. . Who never tiwi ft slandor forgo, . . . . 11'is neighbor's fumo lo wound ; " . Nor '. oarken to ft falso report, Hy milico wMaporotl round. Who vice. In nil its pomp and power, (Jan treat with just neglect ; Am! piety, (hough clothed in rags, Koligiously respect. Who to his plighted vyord and trust Has ever tiniily stood ; , And though ho proiniso to his lows, ' Ho makes his promise good. Whoso soul in usury disdains His treasure to employ ; 1- '.' . Whom no reward can over bribo . . The guiltless to destroy. Holding On. Professor Hurt, in his little volume, " Mis takes of Educated Mon," says thc following oxoollont things to young men who meet with .discouragements in their carly beginnings of professional lifo : Another point on which young men make a m...

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 February 1868

/. my : ;' ' /> _ , . ; . . . . ffff?^jggfjjmgmfi?_; ??BjWBSjBC? ffTM^^?." J. "2j|?"^...J_L.ll^J?n.-1.1''?^"J Jit- >?????-m?yii- i-ijrii r - - mmmi r ' J "tf'T-^ '?'?"?-' ' -ir-rr r ijilgr-, i- , j j- II IJ .im i_ ..j'UJ 1 L 1 * '1 ."****g****B?i?"y " ' " ' ' 'f*'" """i??'.-?*1""1*. >*I!!^W*!*****^^,*''* " Tn (ni tic own self bc (ruc, and it mu ^ ^^^^^ us r/ns night thc dug, thou can'tt nat then be JaUe to uny man." M ROBT A, THOMPSON & CO. P1CKKNS COURT HOUSE, S, C, SATUB|AY, SEPTEMBER 21,1867. VOL, ll,.NO. 52. m." . . --.??- ?? tmmmmmtmimmmHmtmmmmmm*. i ni WM*.?^^IIM>.?W>IIII L^WIUIIHIUH-, - ? ? ? - ? -^, ?"M>MM^_ - . . ^ . .?i^iwini M ???.??? MIMHIW ???- ? ? - - - - . _. - - . _ POLIT I O .A. X-j. 8PEE0H OF GOVERNOR ORR, f)cii cered ir/ora thc Rcconttruction Conven. (ton. JIo advise* thc Convention lo exercise Moder ation-Pass a ITomcslead Lalo-Repudi ate Debts contracted for Purc/uMO of Staves, &c, <fjc. Last night, in complianco with nu invita tion ...

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 February 1868

til ??ipeiu^ W&ITNER SYMMES, Editor. ^^?BIU?T^?UNG, Proprietor^ TU R MX-tor Subversion, TWO VOL X>$fiS per annum' strictly in advance ; for six U?nthn, One Dollar. ?? Jr^^^doerUt?hionh inserted at St per square nf tifcfiiin or less foy tM frsl insertion, and 50 cents *or each subsequent itisertion.^ *'. *t. .jf?F Obituary Notices exceling fee lines, T'-lb HfmLpJ* Respects Cononnriicatious of a personal .character, and Announcements of Candidates, will Ad chafgpd for as- advertisements. VfSf* Job Printing neatly and cheaply executed. tf?F Payment can bema>lein currency, or in pro vision at the m ar hot ratfs. ' .s??ST* Necessity compels us to adiare strictly to" Requirement of cash payment.' * I PI?K?NS C. H., S. C.: Batnrday Morning, February 1, 1868. .1-r-1 ? . 77-n--ir==r-ss JSST In New York, on tho 28th, felton waa quoted fit 18^ to 1$i couts por . pound- j Gold, 40 J. Tho Convention. ' Tho lotest mail brings vory littlo nows from this body. Much of their timo is. occup...

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. — 1 February 1868

IIB W?UKINU PEOi'u?.-^-It is S^tOU that 1,100 operatives havo boon thrown cju^pf em ployment in Now York by tho^Olosing of % carpet factory. Thc wages were reduced,ton per cont., tho operatives refused to nooeoxi* to tho roduotion, and so the factory was oloscd. Tho male spinners of Fall Uiver havo issued n circular to tho agchts of. manufactories, re mou3trating against thc twelve por cent, re duction of wages recently made there, on tho' grouud that provisions and ronts arc higher now than they were two years ago. It is re ported tluitj while it is true that many thous and workmen in tho leading Amorican cities aro without employment, the destitution which results bears no comparison to that of hond?n and Paris. A Paris correspondent says that scarcity of work and excessive dearness of provisions have moro than doubled tho nun) horof poor this year}- but it is from London that tho cry of poverty'comos" with most dis tinctness. A philanthropic physician ofthat city reports that " h...

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 February 1868

Never Give Up. *'eVoxx give np! it is wisor aud bolter Always to Jiopo, than onob* to despair ; Fiiiig o?'tlio load of doubts cankering fetter, Amt brotdi th<^ dark spoil ot tyrannical care, -?ttt?t ^tv*' OP** er tho burthen tuny fink yen. rVeVklu ioO kindly lias mingloil tho cup, And in ail trials or trouble.*, bethink you, .yriio watchword of lifo must bo, Never give up ! No'v?r give up ! Ihoro aro chances and changes ng tho hopeful, a huutjrod to ono, . Anl through t fi o chaos ,11 ?git Wis>buii arranges Evor (meccas,-7?f you-H oniy Jiopo on. Never giy^'Apl tor the wisest is boldest. N^fc? KitQjving that PfoviJonoo mingles thc cup, And o?RuV*uiaxl;tis tho bust, as the oldest, H?StJto true "Watchword ol' Never givo up ! <. . Novor give fup ! though tho grapeshot may rattlo, Or tKo fii?l thunder cloud over you burst, Shuni Uko a rook,-aud tho stoyin or tho ballia : Little shall' barm you, though doing their worst. ? w Never give up! If adversity presses, ProvidoJioo wisely...

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 February 1868

?^^^t^^^^^^^ iii^?. 1868* "1/7 /-r\ [1/1/7 ra ra ;;^tf^- " nrlr^ SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN1. .jf^k T3 ??l ??J W?"'^^ S^lj ^ Ij? ?L , ".' ^^VSPAPfiR. greotly Wt?iWMm >W >S*^ * >rf J^OIH rgSd und l$W?%i, is one of tile tno*r ^?lSS?^ 'diable. u>ef.?l und interesting y urnnls over ^??M?^M% A ?Mtf Mfofimm^ ?dished. Hvor.v ....... ber i? beau tidily print r=i_:_-------- ,---^ r;;^#^?'^Rlwfe ' -'^HUIV illustrated wit!, several Of JfiT t?S'^t :'-V:::^i?'"" >-W^^ ".. " ?. -^^^==r\^.-uv8ngM, representing New In fc?W? - V" :; v'; II.OH ii. Meeba..ios, Agriculture, To thine o?m ,?// ?o and it mutt follow, '^ V^^^-- , ".#,", ; . , ?"?T?y? M??^?T. El1^ ' ^^^^^^^^^^^^^S^^il^ r" ? in'jht th? th'*> ?T not ?"* le to T? Ar S, ^ort, Engineers, ''? . ' ' "" ? . a 1 " ? ?-'"*"- ' ' ........ i -o??,.^.!....! ? ? .? "_ 11 -t _j _ _ gagg ! ? j gg n ?. . H* BY ROBERT YOUNG. P1CKENS COURT HOUSE, S. C., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 8,1868. VOL. III..NO. 19. POETRY. Natures Njbleniin. Away willi false fashion...

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 February 1868

POIilTBT. ' Nover Give Up. Nevevglvo upi it is wisor ?lid bettor Always 'lo ???po, than ono? to despair ? Fling ott* tlie lo.Ki of doubts cankering fetter, . And broa!; the dark spoil of tyrannical caro. jff^K^?^ u$' ov 11,0 burthen tuny link y u, V, ?VVmdo ?oe kind1- 1 - - . A lid ia lill ?..*.."* i,, j* . ^tfuli^3rP OZ. Tho watchword of l^^?J?W, N'?SVi ?'Av-tz-r j ?evor ?ive up ! there aro chancos and changes .^'Helping tho hop?ful,.a hu?ljred to one, ,? <;/' 4WW\'l.through tao chaos ,II"gh Wisdonl upi) coifs . Evo^ sueecss,^! youfll only hope }' ? ^-Ncver give dpi ?fer tho wisest u ho-li II rs, Trib ,.s%? Knowing that Vt O vidoiieO-At.tf nf li pCi'SOtud And ofWd"Yt\\miUcemcnt* of Candidates, will mry'ed for as advertisements. /tf&f*.J~ob Print ivy neatly and cheaply executed. ?6&" Pymont can bc made in currency, or in pro vision* at thc market, rat?s. J?tSy Necessity compel? us to adhere strictly to the requirement of cash payment. H-m-wwuu ?j?, II M ?II m m ???iiiiii-...

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 February 1868

S?i?fiff^ Sales. ?._?_ BY virtue of sut?di'/wfiU of fieri /adan to mu directed, I will ?cil o tho highest bidder, nt PickeiiB (Joint House, on Salcdny in M.ueh n?xt, ami days following, tho below described property, to wit : Ono Tract of Lind, cot) tn inj lie 150 acres moro or less, &n>l adjoining lands of Postor Vterry,nud otliors, levied on as tho properly of li IIJ dil Denton nt the suit of tho Slate for taxes; Ono Tract of Land, containing pfJO aeres moro or le^s, ao l adjoining binds of Q. Winchester mid others, levied on av Hie property or Mrs. .1. Win chester and B, Nix, al tho BU IF O'f the State foi taxes. Ono Traut of Land, ?o.niV.tnlng 800 acres more or le?, au I li ljotuing lands of Hubbard : (piarles ! and others, levi? I on as thu property of John Sui- ! ties, at tho suit of thu Stale tor taxes. One Tract of Lan 1, containing 28 acves more ir ! loss, an I adjoining laud! of Binary Moore' and ! othors, lovio I on as'tho property of Matthew Mo- ' iMniol, at tho su...

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 February 1868

f^l'Vom tlio ^iiional.Froonitison.] ' IC limb In LI fo Toll ni o'tnt'I leif ho's a p?6r niau, Thal hiailivij IthooaWto mid b iro ; Toll mo not Iii? daily pittance Is ft workman's ?onnly furo ; Toll m i a )t lils birth ?s'humblo, That his parentage is low ; Is ho hoaost lu lils aotiou? That is all I want to know. Is his wolvi to bo relioil ou? lias b'n ohtractor up Btaln ? . Thou l o uv. it)t if hi's low bora - Thon I o wi not whanto,his n uno W .ddJ ho from an itnjiut notion \ T?rn aw \y wit h so>rnful oyo ; \Voul I ho. than, dofi* iud otiothar, Sqonor on tho soaffohl dlo ? >VouU ho spoaJ Iiis hiird-galned oaim?ngs On ft brothel? lu'dist ross ? .y Would ho suocor tho afflicted, And tho wo ik ono's wrong redros.) ? Thou ho ls a nun deserving Of my love nod my 03tccm, Ami I oaro not what his birthplaoo ? Iii tho eyes of maa nnysjcni. ?iot Hbo n IO\T, thatolicd hovol Let it bj a ?lay-built oot, . Lat ii bo tho pwiah workhouso lu my oyo lt uiatlova not, And if others will disown" ...

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 February 1868

Lindum ll ri '? TV ?/??HC own sc//" 6c ??t? rt m??< follow. ?MUM t as? BY ROBERT YOUNG. ^TINTER S. as the night the day, f?ott can'?i r.ot then ie fahe lo avy man." PICKENS COURT! HOUSE, S. C, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 15,1868. VM III TWA n/i "^POETRY. the Soul's Oasis. An oasis lies .in the desert of years That never loses Ks green, And often watered by memory's tears. Aro tho burial grounds of joys and fears, With rich violet turf between. \ .ii?I? that eniorald spot the waters roll l;j wore quaffed in my boy bowl's day, ? \ morry ohhno, not a funeral toll, Sot in tho belfry of my soul, ', (lifo seemed an endless Muy. V* . gainer lodge in that placo of bloom, : ar elf in tho deso?alo waste, .1 enwreatlie.il willi roses of raro perfumo, And portraits hang in an inner room By no mortal pencil traeed. They need not repair nt tho hands of Art, For ?heir colors will vanish noyer; And with Hash of.oyo and beat of heart Loved forms from enchanted frameworks start, And whisper-"Wc perish ucvo...

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 February 1868

fjfc'qj?n tho t?at ional.tv fe hia ?Y???' i?MME,S, Editor. Toll mo not his ?TvV .==^--. . rs a tro'Vitm??'s SOSQ. . proprietor. Toll im mt his birth' , Is ho Inmost in his notion-. . " , m, , . i. i , . advance; for ?tx ih.il 14 nil I want t<> ^ ts his vvor l^/8"inserted at $1 jjcr ?onor? o/ Ila^gywr ^r4i irisertion, and GO caiti ^r?'?'?4tiyM?ni insertion. Obituary Notices exceeding five lines, 7W? des of Hespect, Communicaliofis of a personal character, and Announcements of Candidates, will be charged for as adue-rlisemcnts, B&?"</o& Printing neatly and cheaplg executed. ... Sf&~. Payment can bc made in currency, orin prc vision al tho market rates. .. K?f^Jffece^itg]compels'^s to adhere strictly to tho requirement'of cash payment. PIOKENS C HM S. c7: Saturday Morning, February l?, 1868. jCS?r lu New York, on the 11th instant, in?olfon was quoted at 20i to 20? coots per ponnd. dold, 42|. Wo. rotui;u thanks to Mr. J. 0. MER ; Wrru, Superintendant of Groohyillo a...

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