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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 22 January 1869

rt' i?^ v. i.. -?. * >. -??. .M W. C. KEITH, Editor. WHITNEY SYMMES, Assoo?ato. -JR,. ^OtJ?? OO., i?a&opitiirroiis? r />' /? 4lf& - K>r Subscription, T WC DO L t?jiftS ;?<.'* nuHMifl strictly in advance; for six months. One Dollar. f?&^ Advertisements inserted ai $1 per square /or j ten lines or lc\* far the'firsi insertion, und 60 cents i for Citc.'i snhxeqitent insertion. Obituary Xotices exceeding ?ve lines, Trib utes of He?pcel, Communications of a personal character, and Announcements of Candidates, will be charged for ak alverlisemcnts JJSQJT* f >'i Printing neatly and cheaply executed. fcSS/* I*ay mont can bc made in currency, or in ?>ro $ vision at thc market rates. Necessity compela us to adhere strictly to thc reu ai remen t of cash payment. Jfriday Heming, January 22, 1889 ?3T Various New Advertisements of in terest will be found in thia paper. fi?- lu New York, on tho lSlli inst., Cot ton was quoted at 29@29*. Cold 35*. Jt??r" AU who may bo ...

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. — 22 January 1869

?mJJU..lU_'?t?*Mj'"l_LL-1L?"J. ?.W.!ll.g!. ? Pickens Sheri?''s Sales BY virlno of sundry writs of Merl fi'atta?, to me directed, I will noll to tho highest bidder, nt Piokons C. II., on tho first Moiiduy in February next, within tho logtil hours, thc following prop ?riv : One Trnct of Land, containing '?.'JO acres moro x>r less, whereon Jacob Cluiptiinii now lives, on brauchen of Twelve Mile River, n<Ijoining bunts ol John M. Merck mid others. Bohl as thc property af William Douglass at tho suit of tho S Uto for laxes. Ono Tract of Land, containing 300 acres, more "or less, Adjoining lands of tleo. Brook, Joseph Brook and S. 1\ Hickey. Sold ns Ike property ot "Willis Beard nt the ?nit of tho Stale for taxes. All tho Right. Title. Claim and Interest in 300 Acres of Lr I. lying en tho Hast side nf ?Jocassie River, adjoining Lands of Daniel Whitmiro, Wm. Burgess and others, as tho property nf Waddy T. Mentor, deceased, at tho suit of j. E. Ilagood, Administrator. TKIIMS CASU. Pur...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 22 January 1869

BP ? ^?^?lte^PLi A. 1ST Tho Lords of Croat'ion--Mau a Gossip. UV MKS. WIM.?AMS. ?tls generally supposod that women aro tho ?uly gossips in oroution, and that thoir lords ?nd inistors never iudulgo iu tliis peculiarly feminine trait. Q, oortainly not, sirs, you nover repost ..ny talo of aoaudul, do you ? You never diseurs yo\Xt neighbor'? affairs. . In fact tho only top io yo-i talk about aro business nud politics. That is what you say-and you roally think BO-but I say thia i Th oro oro no aioro per sistent rollers of tho bull of soandal than you ?amo lords of creation. What aro you talking about whou you cou progato at tho comers of thc atroets, cr under tho church poroh, or at your clubs ? Pulidos sometimes, I kuow, and business sometimes. But, my lords, you discuss tho merita of othor people's affairs too ; you assist in spreadiug tho last talo of sound tl about some unfortunate woman; you help tho ball to roll. You arc gonorally tho first to oarry homo " tho news," aa it ia oallo...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 29 January 1869

BY ROBERT YOUNG & CO, VOL. IV..NO. 16 _^POETRY. "Beauty and Innocence ny l-A UK D UNJAM IK. Tho star (hal peins lifo's morning sky Smiles sweetly o'er theo now ; And flowers ?round thy pnthwny lie, And roses crown thy brow That shed their doliente perfume M'd ringlets trembling like ti plumo; "While n deep witchery, soft mid bright, ls floating in those eyes of light. Pure and undimmed, thy nngol smilo Is mirrored on my dreams, Liko evening's sunset, gtrdo I isles Upon lier shadowed streams; And o'er my thoughts thy vision floats, Liko melody of spring bird notes, Whoa tho blue halcyon gently leaves, His plumage in tho flushing waves. I cannot gaze on aught that wears Thc beauty of thc skies. Or aught that in life's Valley boars, Thc hu?s of paradise ; I cannot look upon n star, Or cloud that seems a seraph's ear, Or any form of purity, Unininglcd with a dream of thoo. VARIETY The Ex-King-Again 1 In out last week's editorial ou thc ex-King who formerly ruled in America, we cstim...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 29 January 1869

ni r' nwft-|inrnrnm>^?Mfc>4* "'?m. C. KEITH, Editor. WHtTNER SYMMI?S, As?O?iato. tt. YOUTSf?- <5z> OO., T k fi MS.-For Subscription, TWO D OL ?iA1?S per annan strictly in advance; for six months. One Dollar. SiSf* Advertisements inserted at $1 per square for tm lines or less for the first insertion, and 60 cents for each subsequent insertion. Obituary Notices exceeding five lints, Trib uts* of Respect, Communication!, of a personal character, and Announcements of Candidates, will 4? charged for as advertisements tt?jr* fob Printing neatly and cheaply executed. tpSy* Payment can bc made in currency, or itt pro vision at tho market rates. Necessity compel? ns lo adhere ttrictly to the requirement of cash payment. WALIIALLA7"S7C.1~~ Friday Morning:, January 29, I860 In New York on tho 25th, Cottou was quoted at 284. Gold 36. Jtgr Our mercantile friends, tho Messrs. W. &. F. PIEPER, and BAUKNIOIIT & DAB. DEN, wish to purchaso largo quantities of | Corn, Bucon and Por...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 29 January 1869

To Contractors. SEAL?D BIDS will bo received, bv tho Inten dant, far building u POWDER MAGAZINE, of briok, In ll?!? pince, from tie 10th (otho 2?lh inst. Specifications for tito aaiiio can bo found with (ho ttadorsignod. lt. S. VAN DI VI EHE, _ Intendant. Jan. 10, 18C8 14 . 2 JUST RECEIVED ! 15 DAGS RIO COFFISH, ' 1 DBL. SILVER DRIP SYRUP, 2 DUDS. Al U SCO VA DO MOLASSES, 10 DHLS. C. SUGARS, 2 IIIIDS. DROWN SUGAR, 6 BHDS. CRUSHED AND A SUGARS, 20 BBLS. EXTRA FAMILY FLOUR, 100 SACKS SALT, 10 BBLS. LIME, 10,000 LBS. SWEDE AND ENG. IRON, 20 BOXES TOBACCO, 1 LOT SMOKING TOBACCO, FOR SALE BY REESE & McCULLY, No. IO, On AMTE Row, A 3 UH BISON C. IE. Dec. IG. 1PC3_H 4 K cese &/ McCully, SUCCESSORS* TO BEWLEY, EE ESE & CO.) WHOLESALE AND RETAIL * DEALERS IN Dry i^ootis, Groceries, lanrdwnrc, Iron, (?uns und PltftolM. Brokers & Commis sion Merchants. A(!F>T-> l'CH ARROW COTTON TIBS, BATH PAPBR MILLS, &C ANIM?E?SOfl C. I?., s. c* Dee. 10. I?08 U Om To Farinors, Merch...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 29 January 1869

3M: i S OE: IL"? .A. IST Y. I'd Bo a Farmer's Wife. I am a wild and laughing girl, jual turned of awoot Boventcon, Aa full ol' mischiof and of fun aa over you have aecn, And when I am a woman grown, no city beau for mo ; If over I marry in my life, a farmer's wife I'll bc. I lovo a country lifo : I love tho joyous breeze ; I love lo hoar tho singing birds among tho lofty trees ; Tho lowing herds, tho blcaliijg Hocks, make sweet nmsio for me ; If ever I marry in my lifo, a farmer's wife I'll bo. I lovo lo seo tho ohickens skip. I love to milk tit? cows, I lovo lo hear tho frrmcr's boys a whistling nt tho ptows ; And fields of corn and waiving grain arc pleasant sights to me; If over I marry in my lifo, a farmer's wife I'll bc. Lot other girls, who lovo it best, enjoy Nie gloomy town, 'Mid dusky walls and ducky streets to ramble up and down ; But flowery hanks, and shady woods, and sunny 'skies for me ; If ever 1 marry in my life, n farmer's wife I'll be. The Mystery of Editing. Tuc w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 5 February 1869

To thine oten ul/ he truet and it mutt follow, Ililli r il'a at (he night the day, thou can'at not then le Jalte to any man.' m I'.lu'JP! JJJ.JL?-L-L.1!* ?BY ROBERT YOUNG & CO. WALHALLA, S. C, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 5,1869. VOL. IV.---N0. 17 [Prom (ho Bounor of tho South.] 'tho Pr os tr ato South to the Kadi cai North. BT l'A Ul, ll. IIATMR. 'Mid the tumult, the hurry, the malneaa Or Uie atriles that convulse you to u*jr-, 'Mid the eohoos of franlicnl s latineas ' that the ?LOU ia atill high o'er the CIIUT-, Ars ye deaf to the tempest which euadera The last ties that hind un to faith, Aro d.enf to tho roll of the thunders forerunning thc blackness of deatht 'Tis truo that thoy bear but a distant Faint menace from lands of despair ; ^Who're tho Splri? once proudly resistant, Math sighed it last gasp on tho air; But a Kate multe? j low in that warning, And tho South-winds aro laden with doom-; Aye! crush the wild omen with Boorning! /ye! danoo on thc verge of your tomb! t Ye have swathe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 5 February 1869

IT Ula wm mm W. C. KEITH, Editor. WHITNER SYMMES, Assooiate. 33?. YOXJ3ST <3- <&> CO., PROPRIETORS. y fi" ? J/ 3. -For Subscription. TWO DOL 'XiARS per annum strictly in advance; for ?ix months. One Dollar. gi?y* Advertisements inserted at $1 per square for sn lines or less for the first insertion, and 60 cents for each subsequent insertion. ??SJP* Obituary Notices exceeding five lines, 7Wfc utc% of Itespect, Communications of a personal ?character, and Announcements of Candidates, wilt 'bs charged foras advertisements SU?y Sob Printing neatly and cheaply executed. PSF* Payment can betnadcin currency, or iu pro ? vision at thc market rates. Necessity compels ns to adhere strictly to the requirement of cash payment. WALHALLA, S. C.: Priday Morning, February ?, 1880 In New York on tho 1st instant, Cot ion was quoted ut 29L Gold, 35f. Religious Services The Rev. Dr SMKLTZER will preach in the .Lutheran Churoh, in tho English language, .on Sabbath next, at ll o'clock, A. M....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 5 February 1869

F E B Til We keep on hand ^ FER Til Hm Manufacturer's p? ^ded, ri ~~ AL, Sw Fresh Garden Seeds, WSeed. With a good s P DRY GOODS, HAI1DWJ Whick tee offer for Cash or J. B. PENDLETON, 8. C. February 4. 18t ._G IT A Notice ! ! DOORS, SASSIES ANO BX.1XDS. rTpilK undersigned IM now prepared to furnish, X. nt the shnr'tAHt notice. DOORS, SASHES. BLINDS, mid Building Material of ali descrip tion*. ALSO, droned grooved und tongued Boards, .f ?very description. Mill and Factory-un King, opposite Cannon Bluet, Charleston. S. O. GEORGE S. HACKER, Proprietor. January 26. 18GQ_10-3m FOR SALE. WILL be sold to the highest bidder, on TFESDAY tbo Otb day of Fobruarv ?tit, at tliu residenco nf J ?hu Ciipehnrt. dee'd. near Walbdla. tbo PERSONAL PROPERTY .f ?aid deceased, os follow*: 1 FINE STALLION, 6 years old. STOCK OF CATTLE; 12 HEAD OF HOGS; 1 LOT OF S ll EliPj 1 TWO HORSE WAGON and Har ?ea?; 1 SADDLE ; 1 COTTON GIN; 1 SETT BLACKSMITH'S TOOLS; 1 SETT SADDLER'S TOOLS, und various other articles TE...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 5 February 1869

^fttirhTm.Ti i 'il9,Lif5r"ifi?*.?.ri?-?-?. ,> itVMi .ii.i ViiR? ?.a ?gr ..T?? Colored Race. Tho folio rt fag sugestivo RI tl clo lt copied from the " Now Orleim Times." It if wor* thy df coodldoratton : " Hewers of wood ??4 drawors of water, it Would appear, '.hoy roust over be." Whether the negro os a MCC is to have his condition improved by public education and the Oker* cine of the franohiso. is yet a problem for the reformers of the United States to work oat for .themselves. The deciplcs Of Wilberforce, in England, one year ago, abandoned the nttempt .s hopeless, after over thirty years' trial in Jamaica and other West India Islands.-? Whether a different and moro fortunato re* suit is to bo attained in this country, romain? to bo seen, abd we of the South aro disposed to lend our earucst and sincere aid in afford* iog opportunity for a fair trial. Boforo the war, as a general thing, all negroes appeared happy, comfortably elad and industrious. Wo raroly found them begging or...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 19 February 1869

Hfl J " as thc nigh* (he dug, thou can'st not (hen lc Johe (o any man." VOL, IV..NO, 19. POETRY. Tho Long To-Moirow Old ago, that airains thc web of life, And chocks that sh ul He's eager paces; Brings rest from nil iho world's vain strifo, And leaves nn ohl man to old faces; And st ill my heart heats warmly yet, Although grandchildren play boforo mo, And 1 can easily forget That eighty summers have passed o'er mo. Sweet maiden, with tho downcast eyes, To whom my grandson gaily chatters, And treasures up thc low replies Von maka on many foolish matters ; I wonder, when a dearer name He whispers through those shining trosser. If you'll believe i've done thc sumo, And thrilled a heart with my caresses I And when my youngest joined his ship, So tearful at thc sad home faces, S mink at his mother's quivering lip, Tho while he sighed for far-off places I wonder if he ever thought. I had my dreams of earth and glory; But silvered hairs have sternly taught Tho worth of that heroic story. A...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 19 February 1869

W O KEITH, Editor. WltnWf?a SYMM?3, Assooiate. tt. YOTjriS&Gr- <&> OO., IMtOIMllliTOIIS. gr.r_, :---:- \T- - ? TKfi MS.-~fibr Subscription, TWO DOL LARS per annnn strictly in advance; for six month?. One Dollar. fgeSJ* Advertisement* inserted at $1 per square for ?n line* or les* for the Jir.it intcrtion, and 60 cents for each subs?quent insertion. tii?jT Obituary Notice? exceeding five lines. Trib utes of Respect. Communications of a personal character, and Announcement* of Candidate*, teilt be charged for as advertisement* WtW fob Printing neatly and cheaply executed. tUT' fay ment can be made in currency, orin pry witton at the m a r/cet rates, ??etf ?Seassitg compels u* to adhere strictly to the requirement of cash payment. WALHALLA, S. C. : Friday Morning, February 19, 1809 t@T" In New York, on tho 15lh instant, Cotton WHS quoted at 29}. Gold 35|. JUT Attention is called to the change in the advertisement of the sale of personal prop erty of M. F. M ITCH EM,, Hank...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 19 February 1869

TL S. Internai Revenue. ASSISTANT ASSESSOR'S OFFICE, ? 8KD DIBTIUOT OF SOUTH CAROLINA, V Six MILK MILLB, Bickens Co., Fob. IO, 18?0. ) IST o ma HEG . ICY ANNUAL ASSESSMENTS mus? bo ruado Hi. and my Return mado out and forwarded to tho Assessor OD or boforo tho last day of March, proximo. Tho taxes to bo assessed DOW, aro : Special or License taxos for tho year commencing tho 1st day Of May, 1809 ; Income tuxes, and articles in Sched ule A, to wit : Watches composed wholly or in ?fcrt of gold or gilt, kept lor uso ; Gold and Silver 'late, Billiard Tables, and Carriages valued at $800 or over. *t ia tho duty of ovory ono of lawful ago, to make Income Returns whether tho amount of In corao reiches a taxablo point or not. And such a want of knowledge, as how to make Income Re turns, has existed heretofore among tho people, 'rom not having kept any account of their busi ness, that many of thn tte urns are, no doubt, in correct. Suoh a want of knowledge cannot DOW exist, and such Returns ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 19 February 1869

Hunting the Gorilla. Du Ohaillu tolls tho followiug story : "Wo h,ad como to n country w'ioro wo know that gorillas woro suro to bo found, for there grow n pulpy pear-shaped fruit, tho tonda, of which tho animal is vory fond. It grows almost up on a lovol with tho ground, and is of a splen did red color. Not only woro gorillas fond of tho tonda, but I my^ojf liked it very much, as did also tho uogi'ocs. I nm very fond of tho subduod and grateful acid of this fruit. Tho kind that grows' on tho sandy prairies of the soa sboro is not fit to vat. Many and many times I would havo sturved iu tho for est without tonda Wo woro no?, mistaken, for wc found every where gorilla marks, and now and then wo could soo tho hugo foot-prints of somo old monster, which probably would havo como mid odored us battle if ho had bcou noar at hand ; nt other places wc saw where thoy had ;<c:t cl themselves and been eating tho tonda. At another placo near a littlo stream wo dis covered that a female gorill...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 26 February 1869

/. 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 ???- ? ? - - - - . _. - - . _ POETRY. Judge Not. Judge not-tho honest and sincere, Wkcrevor they may stand, Should havo a brother's word to cheer, A brother's helping hand. Judgo not-What If wc judge aright A thousand in tho throug, 'Twcro bolter loft undone than blight Ono heart by judging wrong. Judgo not-Tho m...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 26 February 1869

???Memo?*??* rai W. C. KEITH, Editor. WHITHER SYMB?ES, Assooiate. Ti. Y O TJT ?NT Gr fe OO., **?tOI?]!t?I)TOHS. TERMS.-For Subscription, TWO DOL LARS per annum strictly in advance; for six months, One Dollar. Advertisements inserted at ?1 per square/or en lines or tess for the first, insertion, and 60 cents for each subsequent insertion. R(.?fm Obituary Notices exceeding fcc lines, 7'rib utes of Respect, Communications of a personal character, and Announcements of Candidates, will be charged for a* advertisements ??Hf*Ju'j Printiny neatly and chfaply executed. Payment can '..cmadcin currency, orin pro vision al the market rates. rjgjr Necessity compels us to adhere st .elly lo the requirement of cash payment. WALHALLA, S. C.: Friday Morning, February 26, 1869 ???Si" Sec thc notice of Mr. 1). I*. ROM NS, iu relation to taxes. In Charleston, on thc 22d, Cotton was worth from 28i to 28*. Sadden Death. Mr. AntAL FosTKtt, an old and rcspcoted citizen, died suddenly at his residence nt ol...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 26 February 1869

Newberry College, WALHALLA, S. C. THE NEWBERRY COLLEGE HAVING BRUN removed from Newberry to Walhalla, will bo oponed for tho reception of Students, THURSDAY, Nov. 6th, 1868. T IO lt M S : C'ollogluto Department, ?1 AO per month. Preparatory Department, 3 per month. Primary Department, 1 f>0 per mont li Suitable arrangements can bc mado for board ing Students in { ri vate families, from $10 to ?1U.) por month. For further particulars, address Rei. Prof. J. P. SMELTZER, Pres. Nov. ?, 18o8 6 Wulhulla, S. 0. B?* " Anderson Intd'.ligencer " picoso copy ihreo timos und scud bill to this ul,icc. .FISHER, LOWRANCE & FISHER. rpiIE old firm of Fisher & Lowrance beg to tender 1 thou* thanks to their friends of thc up country for their liberal prit rotin go heretofore, and with Improved facilities and largely increased Slock, by strict integrity and attention to business, they feel confident under ibo new firm of a growing tirade. Wo have thc l irgcst and best selected utook of HOES,...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 26 February 1869

&/L I S OB LLANY. How to Make your Pastor Dishonest BY BKV. WM. M'KEE. lu giving tho ohargo to tho Shiloh Bap tist Church, iu Ciuoinuati, at a recent instal lation service, tho Kev. F. M. Ellis said : " You will niako your ministor dishonest if you don't support kiln." I Chu roh os want good ministers. They do siro mon of learning talont influence, piety. This is well. But they oftc^ treat their proaoher ns if ho could live on grace and air. They pay hun tho soantiost possible salary, and, as if they wcro not humiliation enough, they denominate this pittanco a gift,^vnd tho pastor a beggar. Tho first evil growing out of this praotico ls that it cripples tho eucrgics of thc preach er. Either ho and his family must consume every cent of 3\is salary to supply their phys ical wants, and ho thereby bo deprived of thc books and periodicals whioh ho so greatly needs, and without which he cnn not long sat isfy tho demands of his congregation, or ho must spend a part of his timo in some ...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 5 March 1869

u To thin* own ?elf lt true, and it must folio*, at the night the day, thou can'tt not then le fahe to any tuan." Q BY ROBERT YOUNG & CO. WALHALLA, S. C, FRIDAY, MABCII 5,18G9. VOL, IV..NO. 21. POESTRY. VOR TUR K KOW BK Coen1 KR. Childhoods'8 Death* The esgloTime has plucked it from our fond Embrace, and borne lt far beyond our rcnoh. Unto bis oyry 'mid the towering cliffs of Eternity. What, dytug so young ? Hush, whisper lt lowly, Already dead is that beauteous form, Light fall your steps ns you pass, it is holy. Often will liaunt you the taco that is gono: Sob If you will, what matters your tears, Better to pray for yourself while ou weep ; Bark with caro seems tho journey of year? Now wo must troad ; Silent and still 'neath tho cold winding sheet, Childhood is dead. Lay dn Us bosom your first lisping prayer, Gather tao songs which those mute lips did love Often to warblo of Heaven aboro ; Make them a wreath for that forehead so fair, Scatter around it the kisses so soft, Fond...

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