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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 29 March 1850

MOUNT VESUVIUS. The correspondent at Naples of the London Daily News, under date of February 12, says that the eruption of Mount Vesuvius; of which ho gives the following account, had compelled the Pope to remove from Portici to the palace on Capo di Monte. For a week we have now enjoyed the most spiendid eruption which has taken place for many years. Y'hc ashes have been carried as fai* wo know as twenty mi)A9 nn /lnnl\( 'Pl.^ .... VW| ?i<v* I?v V4V/HI/K 111 UVyi 1 Mil (<111*1 * J. 111* lava descnds in two streams upon Otuta-j no, whore it 1ms destroyed a palnce and much land belonging to a nobleman of that name, and another toward Torri di vlnnnnziatn, while the Haines and the immense masses of rock which arc ejected, form at night a terrific spectacle. Thy roaring of the mountain on &mirday night last was such as to disturb -''the whole country for miles round, and here in Naples our windows shook with every re pi lit ion of it, which was unceasing night and day. Immens...

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 March 1850

(From the Weio Orleans Delia.) JOHN C. CALHOUN. //owever people may differ with John C. Calhoun, there is one quality univeisally conceded to him, which renders him pre-eminent among the great men of our i nation?it is his moral couraok. In this, none of our ?jrea* politicians can compare with him. Thei c* is r.ot a particle of the demagouge, the temporizer, or enmpromizcr about him. He thinks for him self, acts for himself, nnd assumes the rc- | sponsibilit} for his opinions, nnd acts without looking to the shifting views and movements of party, or feeling the popular pulse. One of the very deep thinkers and elaborates students among our statesman, his opinions arc always formed after Cftreful, cautions examination, intense study, and reflection. They are, too, no closct opinions. The observing is as largely developed as lbs reflective faculty, in the extraordinary intellect of this ?rcat man. He is, indeed, more a stuent of men than of books. lie derives the chief material of bis ...

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. — 5 April 1850

KEOWEE COURIER. " TO THINK OWN BELK HE TRUE, AND IT MUST FOLLOW, A8 THE NH1IIT TIIH DAY, TIIOU CAN'BT NOT THEN BE FAL9B TO ANT MAN." VOL. 1. PICKENS COURT HOUSE, S. C., FRIDAY, APRIL 5, 1850. NQ W TI1K KJEOWEE COIJKIKK, I'niNTKD ?NU PUUL1AI11?1> W12KKI.Y DV W. II. TItIMMI Jill. J. W. NOltUIS, Ji?., ) r ... K. M." KKITil, } Kt,,torsTiiiuis. One Dollar and Fifty Cents for one year's Hiilwcription when paid within three months, Two dollars if payment is delayed to the close of the subscription year. All subscriptions not clearlv limited, will Ik? considered as made for an indefinite time, and <:n -i: : ' 1 vw..wuuv\i mi ?.uiM;umuiimiiuc is uruuruu auu nil arrearages paid. Advertisements inserted nt 75 ccntM per square for the first insertion, and 3'7 1-2 cts. for vacb continued insertion. Liberal deductions made to those advertising by the your. All Communications should bo addressed to the Publisher post paid. Katharine of Russia. Dark and dreadful was the night of the 26th of N...

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. — 5 April 1850

?wa?' I HIMIII III III! WMWMII C?r#?pon ka:< oftilrf Cwotlnisn. C 0\?RE^I0\1L Wjuai!(?r<i!r, ilirch 21, IB50. I SENATE. The 9?ntte pt??*d a bill to giro M'*.! Wo'th. will* of Gen. Worth, a p?n4mil uf $50 per ntonib;attJ it will, no doubt.I pin thr llau?e. The Hrjse hwc not p-tweil the Defi-l cic*?cy Appropriation Bill. Much dcbttchvi en?ae! upnmhenp-0 proportion of Siiirtr Thousand Dollars toeonti*tae the haH.finsf of the wings of the Patent Orfiee. whi<:h will require it U lupDOV'l, one million dollars to complete. The Howe did no* sit yesterday. Butthe Senite did. for the purpose of heinnf Tromin 8mith conclude his speech in defence of the lemovals from 0*5 * by the Presidcn*, Mr. root.** comp-omi?e rrrmsurc is m ide the special order for Wednesday ne*?. Mr. J/cClemnnd will, it is said, offer resolution-* in the House, on Jfinndnv, in rclntion to the SI ivorv and Teriitoridjg r* ill ?mKn/'/< tli? vionrcl of the Northwest, and the only i^-ounds upon rhich they will ftgr...

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. — 5 April 1850

MilBMMMMMaMMNNMMtaMMiMaaftS We loam from n private letter whichl readied here yosterdny from Columbus,* Gu., under date of the 29th inst.. thatl the steamerII. S. &mith was reccntlvS burnt on the Chattahooche river while* on her way down tn Apal ichieola, with a r. total destruction of 1000 bales cotton,* nnd all other proierty on board, T'hisi boat, we understand, was built in the! spring of 1818 at Columbus and was? o ned by IV. <S. Nrll and John W. Free\ man residents??f this * ??* ?n * J, . Vilitl, VUUI. g. Coi.t'UMA 0l<AKOR8 ANH IjKMONB.?a The Savannah Georgian of 7\iesdav 1 savs "we have been presented by ;?11 'y.l Miss Rebecca D'Lvon recently returned 4 from a vit-it to Columbia, S.C., with sp. c-J irnens of Lemons and 11>i-e<* vaiietiesot (be ; orange raised in Col it ml in. They are fnm i tbe proves of M>: 1. 1). Mordicai and Mr.' Lions of tbat city. Tbe specimens of both . i are snpciior. and their taste and fragrance p equal to any brought toour market....

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. — 5 April 1850

S<5T?S Otf C AHLYLE!S LAST WORK. BY WlU.t.XM ^KOSs) WALI.ACtt, "My friend, hrnjj not yet of out Amevirnn cousins! Their quantity of cotton, doilars, industry, and resources, I believe lo be almost unspeakable; but I tan by no means worship the like of these What great human soul, what great thought, what ^reat noble thing that one could worship or loyalty admire, has yet been produced there? None. The Amcri can cou-ans have yet done none of these things." Pnge 22. Dear 'Sartor Ilcsartus,' have you heard of our dollars and industry only? Did your idolater, the great llulp Waldo never tell you about our almost universal Common Scliool System, where hundreds of thousands of children are educated free of cost? Are you aware that ninety per cent of our population can 'read, write, and :yphev?' tnatthey systematically subscribe for, and read thousands of Literary and Scientific journals? that an immense number of them are so foolish as to make a practics of poring over the 'putic verna...

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. — 12 April 1850

\ KEOWEE COURIER. " TO TIIINE OWN SELF HE TRUE, AND IT MIST FOLI.OW, AS T1IE NICJIT THE DAY, THOU CAN'ST NOT THEN UK FA 1.8E TO ANV MAN." VOL. i. PICKENS COURT HOUSE, S. C., FRIDAY, APRIL 12, 1850. NO 47 THE KEOWEG COURIER, rm.NTED AND rUDMSIIKI) WEEKLY BY W. II. TRIMMIER. i TEIOIS. One Dollar ami Fifty Cento for one year's subscription when paid within three n\ontli?. a wo dollars if payment is delayed to the close of tlie subscription year. AM subscriptions not clearly thnitrd, will be t;< n itdcrcd as made for an indefinite time, and continued till n discontinuance is ordered and nil aiTcarages pai.l. Advtrtitcmcntx inserted nt *(5 centa per square for the first insertion, nnd 37 1-2 cts. lor sr.ch continued insertion. Liberal deductions mado to those advertising by the year. tw All Communications should be addressed to the Publisher post paid 'linger notlong! Our readers will remember an announcement tl..i Vf- cil!-t " ... ? IIIW unit Dir. OllCIUlCy, Ot JJOStOU, .1 Jughly ros...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 12 April 1850

CALHOVX. BT ins. If ART 8. WBITAKES. B?ar back our noble dead? The mighty an ! the w'ue! Fallen the stately hca 1. An I clotel the li^htninj eyei. Mute now the lip* of lire An J fliJthe pitrioi aojl That dared Oppre^ion's ire An J sp irnj J oar fon' coatrol Bear back our noble chief! T .. kim m 1. Doep-fclt and stern our gTief, A? slow wc pile the mound IIU voice U in our e.iri? Hit counsel in our heart; And, xtill uuknoTia^ fo.ir, ThaSiuth will act her part. Our banner o'er hij grave Unfurl'd. shall flutter soon, In?crib' I?beholl it w ive! ? " Rujh's of t'i' South?C-.t'l ourir [From the Charleston Merer;/, 5th /?.*/,] Official Account of (In1 last Hour* ami Drnfhof.Hr. A3, HO UN. Washington, (D C.) March .11 1850. At half-past, twelvr o'clock he commenced breathing heavily, which occasioned some alarm to hi< son. l)r. Calhoun, the only member of his family present during his last illness. ITe rem-irked that he felt unusually wakeful, and requested his son to lie down, who ohje ...

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. — 12 April 1850

mmayMUmrntmmmmmnam \ n Items by the Kuhopa,? Great Jiritnin.?in the llouso of Commons, on Tuesday night, the stability of the ministry was strongly menaced. Mr. Hutt had given notice of a motion tlmt the House address the crown, to direct that negotiations mov be forth .with entered in- ! to for the purpose of rel' .^ing this country from all treaty engagements with foreign States from maintaining armed vessels on the coast of Africa to suppress the. traflic in slavi s. The motion was lost bv a majoiity of seventy-eight. The Tilrc* designates the ! support 01 ine At i lean squadron as a deplorable humbug, and says the country must tiike this matter into serious consideration. There are pretty evident siirns of an np- ' proaching dissolution of l'ai liameni. Ireland.?The hill for t!>? abolition of the Lieutenancy of Ireland is to bo presented to Parliament after Easter. We learn trom I'eland that cultivation is coing on more rapidly than was anticipated, and that a threat bicadlh ...

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. — 12 April 1850

SHADY SIDE OF TWENTY-FIVE I am not on? of tho*e persons who m ike a butt of old maids; on the contrary, I know more estimable women belonging to their class tkrm I do ont of it. Nevertheless, I cannot help scolding a Tittle at young ladies on the shady si le of twentyfive, who have not been able to find husbands, and nil from their own fault, vlnd how so? Why, just this way. Thrv spend days, weeks, months?y<-a?years, in total intellectual idleness. 7*hey nev- j; er think there is anything for them to do | except was and mend their clothes, clean \ the house and look out of the parlor window. They have tried again and again j to get a beau, and when they have got '' some likely young gentleman, th^y have lost him just as they have becone acquainted with one another, and lor no other reason than that said young gentle- ' man has found out that ltss lady has no ideas in her head except other people's ideas, and these of the poorest assortment. | She has no opinions about things, and...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 19 April 1850

KEOWEE COURIER. " TO THINE OWN SELF DE TRUE, AND IT MUST FOLLOW, AH THE NIGHT THE DAY, THOU CAN'ST NOT THEN UE FALSE TO ANY MAN." VOL. L PICKENS COURT HOUSE, S. C., FRIDAY, APRIL 19, 1850. ' TIIE KCOWI2I2 COURIER, riltNTKD AND runU&IIKD VEKXLI DY W. II. TRTMMIEH. J. W. NORIitS, Jr., ) 1(,... ? K. M. KEITH, ) KdltorflTERMS. One Dollar nriil Fifty Coiiti for olio yenr'a nnbtcrintion when within tlir?? month*, Tvvn " * - i u.iviuoni u| delayed to the close of the subscription year. All subscription* not clearly limited, will be ci n?i lere I us tiilt le for fin in fctiuite time, nml c nMuueil till a discontinuance is orilored nml a . aveara^es pat 1. A InertiwtftetU* inserted at 75 cents per Rfpinre for the l?r-*t insertion, nml 37 1-2 ctw. for fea'jnContinued insertion. Liberal deduction.i ma lo to tho<o a lvertlslnj by the vcur. tw All Onm nunicUions should be address *<1 to the Publisher po.s& paid. From the Washington (Jnifv?. REV. MR. BUTLER'S KlINvn <n ..tc COL1 ...

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. — 19 April 1850

V/ftcr of Mr. Caf/ioun.?Liberty and Jfetnocrncy.?"People do not understand liberty or majorities. The will ol a majority is the will of a rabble. Progressive democracy is incompatible with liberty. Those who study after this fashion are yet in the horn book, the a, b, c, of governments. Democracy Is levelling? this is inconsistent with true liberty. People will cho?e protection instead of liberty. Anarchy ts more to be dreaded than despotic power. It i? the worst TKa ftvAct /rriuornmont ia fliai VJ x a I Mi J . AUV WVOir ^VTVIIIUJVUV -? which draws least from the people, and is scarcely felt, except to execute justice, and to protect tlie people from violation of law.' "People will leam wisdom only by punishment, and in the case of our Union it will come." Nation and National.?"Why use that word nation and national as applied to the federal Union. It is wrong. Pub lie sentiment ought to be corrected throughout the United States. It has a dangerous tendency. God knows we are tending ...

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. — 19 April 1850

p CAPT.TlAr.-?A report of tho death of Capt. May, who cut his way through the army of Mexican at Palo Alto, proves to be untrue. Tho Cant. May who hns recently bocn rcportcu as having died in California formerly commanded a bnnt that plied between Pittsburg and St. Louis. TAKING TIIF. CENSUS. Madam, will you please inform me of the number of inhabitants in this house?' Sir!' The population in this mnnsion.' 'Well, there is eight in the room overhead.* 'How many? eight; arc they nil adults?' 'No; they arc all Smiths, except two hoarders.' 'Smiths; hlnck or white smiths, madam?' 'I'd havo you know I don't live in a house with niggers.' 'I didn't allude to color, I meant their calling.' 'O, that's it, is it. Well, if you had Konn liovA ^4 ? ' ' 1 c . uvit hii? uijjiii, j ou u nnvo iouna out, for they wns cnlling the watch ns loud os they could cream.' 'Madam, I merely wish to know how many people you lwd in this house, nn d what they d o forn living.' Yes, yes, now I understand. Well l...

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. — 19 April 1850

From tb? CWUrtai Mwt u r. JOHN C. ??*.HOUN. Tbe following lirtf (by William W., lloiden) were suggested an reading the extract giren bdo*, from the vrrjr eV>qoent eulogium delivered in the Home on the charcet?rof Mr. Calhoun, by Mr. Winthrop, of MaftsanhuseU*: "We h*re been told,?ir, by more than one adventurous navigator, tl at it wa? worth all the pm atfcm rnd feriU of a protracted vojrrge bernod the line, to obtain even a p*?nn2 new of the South ern Crots?that (WclUlion of the Southern pbeTP. We crn imagine, chen. what wou!d be the enw.:on? m those who have *lirar? en:??yed the tght of that magnificent luminary, and ho have taken th?4r daily and nightly directk>n from it* refulgent ray*, it it were suddenly Wotted nut from the *ky. &uch Mr. and so deep. 1 can conceive to be the emotions at thsa h'?ur of rot n few of the 1-onmed fiier*d? and a*?ocia?c* whom I *ee abound me." TW voyajrer on the Southern main Yiew?wi?h r?pt ?*? the hallowed ?ien Which nightly flames "beyon...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 19 April 1850

Frum tho Chftrleaton Mercury. JOHN C. fW.HOUN. The following linv1''(by William W. Iloldcn) were suggested on raiding the extract given below, from the very eloquent eulogium delivered in the House on the character of Mr. Calhoun, by Mr. WinthiOD. of Massanhusetts: "We have been told, sir, by more than one adventurous navigator, that it was worth all the privations and perils of a protracted voyage beyond the line, to obtain even a passing view of the Southern Crots?that groat constellation of the Southern hemisphere. We can imagine, then, what would be the emotions of those who have always enioyed the light of that magnificent, luminary, anil who have taken their daily and nightly direction from its refulgent rays, if it were suddenly blotted out from the skv. iSneli tir, nnd so deep, 1 cnn conceive to be I ho emotions nt this hour of not n few of the honoted fiiends nnd nssociatcs whom I seen*ound mc." Tlic voynger on the Southern main Views with rnpt nwe the hallowed sipn Which n...

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. — 26 April 1850

KEOWEE COURIER. " TO THINE OWN 8EI.K BE TKL'E, AND IT MUST FOLLOW, AS THE NIOI1T THE DAY, THOU CAN'ST NOT THEN IJE FALSE TO ANY MAN." /' /jf*? VOI 1. " *. JPICKENS COURT HOUSE, S. C., FRIDAY, APRIL 20, 1850, NO 4} THE KEOWEG COURIER, PRINTED AND TUBLISIIKD VfKKLV DY ' W. u. TRIMMIEtt. J. W. NORMS, JR., ) ..... ra E. M. KEITH, \ Kdltor"TERMS. One Dollar mid Fifty Cents for one yenr'a nubscrintion when paid within tlin-o months, Tn'o dollars 'f payment is delayed to the close of the subscription yenr. All subscriptions not clearly limited, will be considered as made for an indefinite time, find continued tilla dMContincrusce is ordered and i all arrearages pai.1. Advertisement* inserted at 75 conts jicr square for the first insertion, and 37 1-2 t:ts. for vaHi continued insertion. Liberal deductions n a le to thote advertising by tlie vorr. tw All Communications should be addressed to tlie Publiel er post paid. Mr. Wtbstcr and his Constituents.? We tHkc pleasure in giving tlio replv o...

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. — 26 April 1850

KEOWEE COURIER. " TO TIIINE OWN SELF UK TEUE, AND IT 1IU8T FOLLOW, A8 THE NIGHT THE DAY, THOU CAN'ST NOT THIJN IJE FAL8E TO ANY MAN." HfVOL. 1. *. JPICKENS COURT HOUSE, S. C., FItlDAY, APRIL 26, 1850. NO 49 T1IK KEOWKE COURIER, PRINTED AND rUBLlSIIKD WEEKLY DV W. II. TRIMMIEIl. J. W. NORMS, JR., { v,,,. r. E. M. KEITII, \ Ld,tor8' TERHS. One Dollar and Fifty Cents for one year's nubscription when paid within throe iM-ntlw, Two dollars :f payment ia delayed to the clone of the subscription year. All subscriptions not clearly limited, will be cnnai/li't'i"! ? '? ^ al.u<iu mi mi imviiiiiiu nine, nii'i continued till a di (continuance id ordered aiul , all arrearage* pail. Advertisement a inserted at T5 rents per *qunre for the first insertion, and 37 1-2 cts. for eaoh continued in-ertion. Liberal deductions n a lo to tho?e advertising by the vorr. ?r All Communication!! should be addressed to the Publitl er jost paid. Mr. )V<bstcr and his Constituents.? T?re take pleasure in givi...

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. — 26 April 1850

?aF?*aBgjg"?Jii 1 11 1 BENEFITS OF SOUTHERN UNION- ] The florae's Not, in a earthing and well cnmid-red article above most eondaardj the benefit* thai hare resulted j to the waotff from the union of Souther? ?m vpoa the tlarerr qantion. Br thk union ami action on the part of the 8jstfc, ?m the Xeit "D-y.r Kwluttoa wmch was one of the apmei of d!K9rd, flwnj on the perfjs&ttm atreant, hat hceo made to sink to (k bottom, "ft has pat the quiet m on the famous Otdlitfi aaj Root resolutions: "It baa caused Union Meeting? to be held at virion* pl*fw at the No*ih, intended to set as an offset to the other j moremeMAori-A&Minv in the same qBarter, which tended to disunion. "It has brocght Webster out, when , nothing elie would hare done it, to tell in , thunder tones hi? Northern brpthern to , atop, to pante in their riad ci reer. "It has mide Pennsylvania take steps toward* repealing her law* protecting the negro tlrief. "TiU confidently believed that it will lead other Northern .St...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 26 April 1850

News from tiie Upper Missouri.? On the 4th inst. Messrn. Vnsquez and Danphin arrived in St. Louis from the Union Fur Company's post, nt Medicine Creek, 1400 miles up the Missouri river. ! and 44 miles below the. mouth of To ton ' river. They left on the 11th of March, and came down on Ihe Haydce. The weather had been very mild during the winter, and there was veiv little snow nn the plains, Buffalo were very plenty on both sides of the Missouri, as far down as the mouth of Whito river. The Sioux were busily engaged in killing these ani mals for their robes. In November last, Mr. Dauphin, with a party of men; was attacked while en-1 camped nt night, at the forks of Whito river, by a War party of Pawnees; .md was badly wounded and taken prisoner, but afterwards escaped. The attack was sudden and Mr. D's men deserted him. vlll his property fell into the hands of the Indians. yv party ot Sioux, while engaged in hunting buffalo on the Cheyenne river, in January last, were attacked by asu...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 26 April 1850

THE BRIDAL EVE. BY OAK riNTIl. TU th? night before the bridal, And to-morrow *he murt wear The emblem* of affection Amid her 'unny hair, But not the orange blossom*. Nor the diamond's co<tly blaze, Can give her back the brightncHs Of her girhood'a happy day p. Tu the night bcrure tho bridal? There are no sounds of glee, And the young ones are c'.inging Around their father's lmee; Their smiles arc changed to sorrow, Now the morrow is so near, That must part them, and forever, From their gcutlc sister dear, Tis the r.ight before the bridal? *1. .1,.-i.:.i <re?j, uw iiui vuiuv iivi ivwin, Tis no slight pang to sev<>r From the friend* of earlier yetirr To leave (hat homo forever, When all seems bright, and bless'd, Where all was mirth ami gladness, And a mother's pmile care3?'d. SING THAT SONG AGAIN TO-NJGIIT. OH I pint/ (lint enmr nomin tnniirht o O ?O 0~* The Fong of other years; They'll bring ognin fome past delight, Inrun^hinu and in tenr>; They gild the gloom of pres...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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