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

71 ?DUffll^ W O KSITH, Editor. Wflt?r.Vf?R S7Uaf 83, ?ssoo?ate. m-rr-a;- ? - j pg H Af S:-For Subscription. TWO DOL LARS f)tr annum strictly in advance; for sin months. On? Dollar. {(fiST* I Ivertlsements inserted at $1 per square for ^ tn lines or t?s* for th? first Insertion, and 50 ??nt? for euch subsequent insertion. /MST" 'thituarif ?Votices exceeding five lines. ut*% of Respect, Communications of a personal character, and Announcements of Candidates, will b? charged foras advertisements *4S$* Job Printing neatly and cheaplu executed. tfaS* Payment can be made in currency, orin pro vision at th? market rates. iVecessity cimpclf us to adhere strictly to the requirement of cash payment, wAj,u;viu,~sr?j.r Friday Morning, March, ?, 1869 lu Now York, on toe 1st of March, Cotton was quoted ut 29 J. Gold 81 ?. J?3r Wo aro informed that rooina iu the new Collego building havo been secured for the purposoof holding Court, which convenes next Monday. Lecture. Rev. Prof. Smeltzcr, Preside...

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 March 1869

an, f if.^ ?riTii ? ?.iii?? i Tar.-;-?,? ;,r:,im\Km?r in ? M?IIM?? LE AT l l E lt M. E A T II K lt ! 'PUS. undersigned will koop constantly on hand 1 a large supply of i.V.A'?'II ??l?, comprising Sole and Um)or Loather. Harness Loather, Kip and Calf Skins, Of th? first quality nml best tan. For sale, CURAI- rou CASH, nt my Shop, aboro Wallor, Wu?son & Cn. \V LT KU M. WOODIN. Agent. . Feb. 15,1809_10_tr NOTICE TO TAX-PAYERS. ALL Tax payers in Wagoner and Tngalo Town ships who have not made Returns arc hereby notifiod that I hey can .vet <lo so by calling on ino at U. llieninnu's, at which place 1 will receive Re turns for a few dnys, only. Como along and moke your Returns : by failing to mako Returns you arc not exempt from ibo Tax nor tho penalty. DANIEL P. ROBINS; AtfSO?SOl. F?b. 22, 18C0 20 1 In Bankruptcy. Ia th? District Court of tho United State? for the District of S .nib Carolina. i H run HATTER or c. C LANGSTON, BANK BC FT. At Walhalla. S. C., on thc loth dat t>f F...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 5 March 1869

^^^^^^^-rt__: MISOH3 I-,L A 1ST Y. Home'? Aooututof Whlt-fbld'a Preaching An intiumte friend of tho infidel liu.no asked what lio thought of Mr. WhitefithVa ^?^dng? for lio hud listened tn tho latter port of ono of ida sermons nt Kdhihurgh. "l?o is sir." Mid Mr. Hume, "thoinoH ingen ious preacher I ovor henrd. lt ii vrmtli while to ?n twenty milos to hear bim." Ile limn repented a p.ssitgo tow?rda flo close nf tht't disnoitftn which ho hot rd.' .* After a solemn p?use. ho thus ad tressed hi"* numerous lindi otice : 'The nit? nclant any. I is just about to len ve the threshold ?nd ascend tu hon von. And H 11 ti 11 ho ascend mid not hear with him the nows of ono sinner muong this multitude reclaimed fruin the error of his ways?' To givo tho greater offuct to this exclamation, he stumped with his foot, lilted up his hands and eyes to heaven, und with gushing tours, cried aloud, 'Stop, Gabriell Stop, Gabriel! Stop, ore you enter the tittered portals, und yet carry with you the MOWS of ?...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 12 March 1869

?JiWf.iV nv. .".f^uuai'it'if-I-^uta^^^tu^j.'. u.i-?^ai JV-4A-*?^~ j.-.y, .? j..----JJ~. MB . ! itt^gasj.. ._i_a . ..j_? .LI S SB_eeaeHga_.'???r ii ._u_ L * '* * ' sm lix ? \\\\wl ? ? ..??stwiife r p S f ! u To 'hine own self lc true, and it must follow, a? lhe ?W ?ty. thov can'st not then U false lo any man." gywyw? I ni .?? .*['XJ^'l.^li!.JS'l'SAlJ.'^JJ.,L.^!!'JK}PJ^K' ' 1 gg. ??? ??? - i .? 1 M_u_aWOS^BBBi SSS - ' - - JIMMU nm.i... BBSHBMB? BY ROBERT YOUNG & CO. WALHALLA, S. C, FRIDAY, MABCH 12, i860, ~ ~ VOL. IV...NO. 22. POETRY. VOK THU K KO W BK COU Ul KR. Tho Mine.'? Transit. WB1TTRN DT OKttARD UANKKI1. H. K., I'1'.HIU'AII?, '69, Tho Minor sink? to risc again. After"piercing clio ICut-rh tor trenfitiro through, ? By ?lin ft and tiri lt. ho doily meets With upa and downs, as ol hers do. Tho minor has his prid', ambition, Inherent, tn tho present ?tate, But with an all relis ttl spirit, Patiently his time awaits. His school is in nmon? tho wondjrs. Ol'God's s J.torr Donn wor...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 12 March 1869

.XV' l' -1^7i*<;f^|.^,' snot- mmm?u W. C KStTH. Editor. WHIMf?a SYAIMf?3, Aasooiate. YOUN-G* &c OO., I l*KOI*?l tiTOKS._ TEH-lfS'-For Subscription, TWO POL ?, A tt$ per anim n strictly in advance; for ?ix month*. One Dollar. C?gr" -1 Ivertisrmeiits inserted at $1 per square for j cn lines or test fur the first insertion, and 50 cents J for each subsequent insertion. ?Qf Obituary Notices exceeding fine lines T ib utes of Resprct, Communication* of a h?r*Otmt ? character, and Anwmncements of Candidat, s teilt bi charged f?r a* adi'trilsenients .Jji^*./(i6 Printing neatly and chtaplu executed. Payment can be mude in currency, orin pro vision at the tn ar lc et rates. Jg?gf? Necessity compels n* to adhere strictly to the rci?it!renient of cash payment. WALHALLA, S. C.: Friday Morning? March, 12. 186? Jtjr I? New York, nu tho Olh instant Cottuu waa quoted at 20@i9?. Gold 20*. Election Hutt??. Attention of the public is called to the no dice of the County Coin missioners, oidering ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 12 March 1869

ISTew .Advertisements 25 Cents. 35 WILL BUY A SAMPLE NUMBER. a ?p $a ao &s eo Will obtain n Yoar's Subscription to Twelve Times a Year, The liest Mugazine for Family Heading I Published in thin country. Knob number bon tuininp 100 PAO KS <>f excellent rending matter , from tho pons uf the most talented writer.-* in America; and the subscription price is univ TWO DOLLARS AND FIFTY CENTS A YEAR. No other publication in this country has such complote arrangement in all its departments of which (hore are seven distinct ones, as follows^ 12. ROM A NCR, 1 . 3. Po KT UV. I 4. REVIEW OF ClJRKENT LIT.KR ATV II K. | 6. TUB Ib.ye CHICLE. 0. AN EVEN INO WITH OUR FRIENDS 7. MONTH t.v SUMMARY ur News, ?IUM S : Singlo Copy ono year, $2 50 Six copie?, and ono to the getter np nf the Club, 15 00 Singlo specimen number, post-paid 25 Special torin? grunted to regular canvassers. Always address publishers, F. I. DIBBLE &. CO., 208 Main Street. Louisville, Kv. March 5. 1860_22_tf_ To Autho...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 12 March 1869

'.MTSOELLANV. Muk Twun'l Lal ??at. A?itktiiA4? UNFOKTUNATB YOUNO MAN. Th i fi o's ?II tho following c??o caine to nu by letter from n y ung lady who lives in thc beautiful city of Sun Jose. She ?s perfect!) unknown to me, und simply signs hersch Atfrellu MnHu," which tuny possibly bo ? fictitious miine. Hut no matter, thu pom girl is almost hyatt broken hy the misfortune.5 ?ho ha? undergone, and so confused by thc OonOiotiug counsels of misguided friends und insidious enemies, 'hat she does not know what ci ur>o to pnrsu i in u der tu extricate 'herself from the wo b of dillieulties m which she is almost hopelessly involved. In this di' lemma sho tunis to me for help, omi suppli 'Oates for my guidance and instruction with t moving eloquence that would touch the hean of a tdatue Hear her sad story: Sho aays that whim abo wa* sixteen abo firs in -t and loved, with all thc devotion of a pas sionato nature, n young man from New Jer .?ey, named Williamson Breckenridge Caruth .rs, who ...

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

a. the night thc day, thou can'tt not then be Jaht to any nun." V/M t TT JPOLTITICAL. Presidont Johnson's Valedictory. Farewell Address of the Retiring President to the People of the Unite I States. BHVI1W Ot TUB CLOSING ADMINISTRATION. Tko Policy of the Past, ?fcc To the Feojde of the United States : The robe of office, by constitutional limita tion, this day fulls from my shoulders, to be immediately assumed by my successor. For him tho forbearance and co-operation of the American people, in nil Iiis efforts to adminis ter the governn :nt within thc pule of tho Fedetal Constitution, aro sincerely invoked. Without ambition to gratify, party ends to subserve, or personal quarrels to avenge at tho aaorifico of the peuce und wclfure Of the country, my earnest desire is to see the Con stitution as defined and limited by thc fath ers of tho republic, again recognized and obeyed as thc supreme law of the land, and sao wholo people-North, South, East and West-prosperous und happy under it...

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

W. C. KEITH, Editor. WHITNER SYM IVIES, Associate. B. YOUNO- &c CO., _PROPRIETORS._ TERMS.-For Subscription, TWO DOL LARS per annum strictly in advance; for six months, One Dollar. fUSST Advertisements inserted at $1 per sqtmrcfor en lines or less for thc first insertion, and CU cents for each subsequent insertion. Obituary Notices exceeding five lines, Trib- \ utes of Respect, Communications of a personal character, aitd Announcements of Candidates, xcill ; be charged for as advertisements tf?g* Job Printing neatly and cheaply executed BQy* Payment can be made in currency, orin pro- j vision at the market rates. ??y* Necessity compel? us to adhere strictly to the requirement of cash payment. WALHALLA, S. C.: Friday Horning:, Marco, 26, I860 JSGf In Now York, on tho 22d instant, Cotton was quoted at 28J. Gold 31. jgy The Legislature adjourned on tho 24th instant. Our Supplement As the mind and spirit of our pcoplo aro again directed to Railroads, those great in ternal improvemen...

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

ow .A.a.vert?iseir ents Cents. 25 WILL BUY A SAMPLE NUMBER. $ s eo $3 ao $s ao Will obtain a Yoar's Subscription to Twelve Times a Year, Tfie Best Magazine for Family Reading Published in this country. Each number con taining 100 PAGES of excellent reading matter from tho pons of the most talonted writers in America; and tho subscription pried in only TWO DOLLARS AND FIFTY CENTS A YEAR. S No other publication in this country has such completo arrangement in all its departments of winch there aro seven distinct onos, as follows : 2. ROMANCE. I 3. POETRY. 4. REVIEW OF CU RUENT LITERATURE. 5. TUE HOME CIRCLE. 0. AN EVENING WITH OUR FRIENDS 7. MONTHLY SUMMARY or NEWS. TERMS: Singlo Copy one year, $2 00 Six copies, and ono to the getter np of the Club, . 15 00 Single specimen number, post-paid 25 Special terms granted to regular canvassers. Iways address publishers, F. I. DIBBLE & CO., 208 Main Street, Louisville Ky. March 5, 1809_22_tf To Authors. THE publishers of'-TWELVE TIMES A Y...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 26 March 1869

"po H; HT1 re.-y The King in His B*uuty. Oh! to bo over yonder? In th ?t land of wonder, Whoro tho angel voioos minglo, ?nd tho angel har* pera ring { Td be fro from pain and sorrow, And tho anxious dread to-morrow, To rest in light and sunshine in tho presence of >lhe King. Oh ! to bo over yonder! My yearning heart grows fonder Of looking to the Hast lo Ace the day slur bring Somo tidings of thc waking, Tho cloudless. pure-day breaking ; My heart IB yearning-yearning for Ibe coming of ? the King. Oh ! to be over yonder ' Alas ! I sigh and wonder, Why clings my poor weak heart te say earthly thing? Each tie of earth must sever And pass sway forever, But there's no more separation iu the presence of the King. Obi lo be over yonder ! The longing gruweth stronger, When I eeo the wild doves cleave the air ?rn rapid wing; I long for their feet pinion?, To reach my Lord's dominion*, And reel my weary spirit in the preseeoa af t*e King. Oh! to be over yonder I In that land of wonder, TY...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 2 April 1869

^^^l^^^^-m^^^^^'**^'mm^mm'm^m^'^^ _j^-i, M j., - ,in, H ,. m.^u i juaj.^mi i i MIIIIIMI II H jy^yIMI HM ^j^j ^ ^ ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ im ijij [j [i ' i ?mpmmmmmmmmmmimmmmatmimmm-m m m jj -!W ?H ?' (. L j ggggg BSB? BB g ??? 'lin ..ul.<*ja??JO*aflTlLWm'n?ty?W.^^ ? ? ? ? ~ ~>>-inr-^-^-^-, j^. .mm.mmli_m? n ii.,, ..j_.. -_, BY ROBERT YOUNG ?5 CO. WALHALLA, S, C, FRIDAY, APRIL 2, 1869. ' YO!,, IV,.NO M _POETRY._ They Say. Tl?<>7 say-ah, well ! BUpposo they do ! But can thoy provo tho story (ruo ? " Suspicion may ariso from naught : But malice, envy want of thought Why count yoursolf among tho "they" Who whisper what they doro not say ? They say-but why tho talo rehearse, And help to tnnko thc matter worse ? No good can possibly acruo ; From tolling what may be untrue ; And is it not a noblo plan, To spoak of all the best you can ?. Thoy say-woll, if it should bo so, Why need you toll tho talo of woo T Will it the bitter wrong redress, Or moko ono pang of sorrow less ? Wil...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 2 April 1869

TOI gmi W. C. KEITH, Editor. WHITNER SYMMfiS, Associate. 3a. YOTJISTQ- oo., ?'itoi'Ki lirons. _ VKRJlfS.-For Subscription, TWO D 0 L bAliS per annum strictly tn advance; for six months, One Dollar. ?Sf Advertisements inserted at $1 per square/or ten lines or less for the first insertion, and GO cents for each subsequent insertion. Obituary Notices exceeding five lines, 7Vi6 Htet of Respect, Communications of a personal character, and Announcements of Candidates, will bs charged foras advertisements H?B^Job Printing neatly and cheaply executed ??y~ Payment can be made in currency, or in pro vision at thc m arket rates. JK?y** Necessity compels us to adhere strictly to he requirement of cash payment. WALHALLA, S. C.: Friday Morning, April, 2, I860 In Now York, ou tho 20th April, Cotton was quoted at 28J?29 Gold, 81 J. V?S~ Attention is directed to tho Adver tise of Messrs. KEKSE & MCCULLY, Brokers and Heal Estato Agents, Anderson C. H., S. C. Thoso having lands to sell would do wo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 2 April 1869

" ! .)u*?~~m~~.mnutiiin, ? .,?>.*.MW..,, ?iimm mgm New Mciver tis om oxi1: s 35 Cents. 25 WILL HU Y A SAMPLE NUMBER. $ 3 ao $a ao $2 ao Will obtain a Your's Subscription to Twelve Times a Year, Tho Best Magazine for Family Reading Published in this country. Each number con taining 100 PAGESof excellent rending; matter from tho pons of the most talented writers in America; and tho subscription price is only TWO DOLLARS AND FIFTY CENTS A YEAR. No other publication in this country has such opmpleto arrangement in all its departments of which tboro aro BOVCU distinct ones, as follows : 2? ROMANCE, 3. POETRY. 4. REVIEW or CURRENT LITERATURE. 5. TUE HOME CHICLE. G. AN EVEN I NH WITH ova FRIENDS 7. MONTHLY SUMMARY OF NEWS. T?RM"S : Singlo Copy one year, $2 50 Six copies, and ono to the getter np of tho Club, 15 00 Singlo specimen number, post-paid 25 Special terms granted to regular canvassers. Always address publishers, F. I. DIBBLE Si CO., 203 Main Street, Louisville, Ky. March 5, 180...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 2 April 1869

MIS OES LLA KT Y. A Tale of Tra? Love; Ott TUE APPLE GIRL'S TALISMAN. Bovao yoars ago, whoa I was a rambler through tho strcots of Cinciuatti, for tho pur poso of pioking up triflos to interest the road ors of tho looal ooluiuu of a oity paper, I of ten purchased apples, nuts and candies, of a young girl who had a otand near tho junction of two business avonucs. Sho was not handsome in tho common con ception of this much abused word, but thoro was an artlessness and yet a winning graoe in her manner which convinced me that her station in life should be above the ono she thou occupied. Uer dress was invariably a close fitting pink calico ono. I felt that her parents must bo vory poor, and as I saw her day after day in tho same attire, I had my suspicions that her wardrobe could not bo very extensivo ; yot, as sho alway.* appeared neat and tidy, it was a mystery to mo how this striking neatness was scoured, and why thoro was not ovory variety in her apparel. I saw that it was tasteful...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 9 April 1869

MME as the n?jhi the day, thou can'?t not then he Jaine to any man." VOL, IV..NO, 26. POETBY. ?hadows.! Shadows flitting past tho starlight, Shadows darkling in tho air Blindons in tho ort Aying tree tops, Shadows gliding everywhere. Nights like this ?re born of shadows, Everything lo weird ?nd dim : Shadowy ghosts haunt every valley "With a presence dread and grim. There are times when every honrl-lhrob Seems to summons shadows near, Waking ghosts in every ohambor Of the heart that's dark with fear, Ghosts that trend with noiseless footsteps, Qa/o around with mournful eyes, Clutch our bauds with bony fingers, fill our souls with tears and sighs. Kvory heart must havo Its night fall Shadows como with every ni ht, Musted hopes-old dreams of glory Aro tho ghosts that step so light ; Thronging tho heart's dim chambers, Where they rove! with delight, Till we shudder at their presence, Palo and trembling with affright. After night-fall comos the morning, And thc golden beams of doy, Waki...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 9 April 1869

.lt*..?*- r>JVU W. C. KEITH, Editor. WHITNER SYMMES, Associate. OFc. YOUNO- fe GO., lMtOB'IllKTOIlS. TE HMS.-For Subscription, TWO DOL LARS per annum st netty in advance; for six months. One, Dollar. t&yAdvertisements inserted at 1 per square/or ten tines or less/or thc first insertion, and 60 cents for each subs?quent insertion. ii^* ObttUary Notices exceeding five lines, Trib utes of Respect, Communications of a personal thwarter, and Announcements of Candidates, teilt 6? charged foras advertisements tf?S?Job Printing neatly and cheaply executed B?fif" Payment can bc made in currency, or in pro vision at thc market rates. jj^gr" Necessity compels us lo adhere strictly to fit requirement of cash payment. AV ALU A LI A, S. C.: Friday Mcrniu?, April, 9, 1839 In Now york, on ibo 3rd inst., Cot ton was quoted at 28i{. Cold 31 J. Attention is called to tho advertise anent of J. B. E. SLOAN & Co of Pendleton. Jfcg}- Fresh Oranges, Lemons, Ano French Candies, Cocoa Nuts, Pecan ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 9 April 1869

New Aclvertisemeirts Who Killed Him? WILL bo commenced in tho MAY numbor of Twelve Time* n Year,-a now ?tory of surpassing interest, ontitlod ?. WHO KILLED HIM I" or tho Mystorios'of Gruyswold, written expressly for tina Magazine, by Bartley T. Campbofl, author of " Almost List." "Mabel Christy." Nollio, the Shoro Child," "Tragedy at Tanglorvillo," " Tho Fatal Error," &o., &e. Tho PRESS, and tho PEOPLE everywhere havo pronounced our's tho BEST ORIGINAL MAGAZINE published in this country, at tho PRICE, which wo havo placed within tho reach of all. Sond for a copy, or subscribo for tho your. Single copy by mail, 25 Single copy ono year, $2 50 SPLENDID INDUCEMENT POR CLUBS. Address thc publishers, V. I. DIBBLE & CO.. 208 Main Streot, Louisville, Ky. _April ^_L1809^_ 20 tf Will foil INFORMATION of thc ^.'f^VV fi'tJ Pr whereabouts of. Capt. Wm. Johnson, (Blind.) who, when last heard from, was traveling with a ono horse ve hicle, and boy, selling books, mops, &e., thro' Ce...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 9 April 1869

lv? li3 O Hi 3L. LA ISTY. [From (ho Banner of tho South.] Legend of the Wandering Jew* A wild and tcrriblo legend is that of tho Middle Ag?e, whioh personified tho Jewish nation by thc traits of tho wandering Jew. It represented an old man, with naked feet, uncovered head, nnd long, whito beard wan dering ccaselcsly over tho oarth. His faoo is palo, u nuuk of blood is upon his forehead, bis oyos burn liko sapphires beneath tho ob* liquo lids. With nn eagle like nose, and bloodless lips, squalid and harsh in features, nnd clad in a coarse woolen gown, ho ever pursues, with staff in hand, bis interminable journey. Spooking all languages, nud trav ersing all lands, knowing not tho purpose of God conccrniug himself, and ever driven on ward by a secret impulse, ho is transported from place lo place with tho speed of tho wind ) and as tho long centuries successively close, his old age roncwed with the vigor of youth, in order that ho may complete the woary round of ages. Tho people wonder...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 16 April 1869

BY ROBERT YOUNG & CO. SOUTH vluolm* I WALHALLA, S. C, FRIDAY, APRIL 16, 1869. *im*imtmmmammm0amm?mmmumm~m*?mge*SB^^ \ \TT\ WT* fT?nt /iAkr%r-m% ? I <tall<w1 IW"??P???MMI...-. VOL IV,.NO, 27. POETRY. Never Despair Never despair ! when the dork cloud is low'rlng, The SUD, though obscured, never oeiecs to shine; Abovo tho black tempest his radiance in pouring, While faithless and faint-hearted mortals repine. Tho journey of life hos Hs lights and its shadows, And lleven, ia its wisdom, to each send? a shave ; Though rough bc tho road, yet with reason to guide 1 us ! And courage to conquer, we'll never despair! Tfover despair ; wheo with troubles contending. Make tabor and patience a swovd and a shield. And win blighter lam-els, with courago unbending, AB gay as the lt. k in tho luv in of the mo* nlng, When young lust (s spring upward to do and to dave. Tho bright biar of promise, their fn; uro adoring, Wi'l light them along, and they'll never despair! The oak in the tempest g...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
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