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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 17 May 1851

T'jni.-Ai.- ---: a-.-=^rJl...L4J.ggg!Bg LI -'1-'- . '- ' 'J'.' lll"!L ' ! i i n . M t ?v | ' >r.'v if* h"? 4*W*UH .* ** t. > / <4Kf' u4i " TO THIKK OWN 3KI.F IlK TRUE, ASP IT MUST FOLLOW, A* TIIK NIOHf THE DAY, r(tOV CAN'wT. XOT *UE1X DK rALSK TO AST MAN." ?. . - , ? Ti VOW >. PIGKENS COURT IIOUSK, S. C., SATURDAY, MAY 17, n? *? r """ * THE KKOWKtR COlllUFJC, rjLi^jKD and funi.4?uku, wkkkly ?r TRIMMER, * LEW 13. VtV W ?-> ? *v. jvy juasley, l^Uilor, TluUTIS. On? Dollar :.nd FiftyC?i?t< for one year's enb cr^jfttiea. .vrljca paid within three months, Two d?tyw?#tf n:vyn?.oi)t is delayed to the close ui the p iUacriptior) year. All nubsQript'ums not clearly limiffd, Tvijl b<i orwiderad R9 made for an indefinite time, and c?^tii^U^d till ft diiCOnti^uanvc in ordered and ft^arrcarAgcp pail. conta pqr square or tHj first ihoerlion, rtiul 3*i 1*2 ots. for 6acli oal.inuc4 in^ajfuui. Liberal dc4i\ctjou? marie t* those aJrem.u,i)r by tjic year. ?r? TroS^ni^lc vriona Rh&l...

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. — 17 May 1851

come to tna ccnvmtioi w tli his ' niiwl made up, but w tli an h nest purpose to change u cbo ito uny good an I sufficient reason have' em shown lie must ccn'ess, however, that i.e was precise y of the same option then as he wa=< on his onto, ox he TT II I U riau; ami that >?oiit.\ C arolina ihould act alone, if she could not get cooperation. lie had come to the conclusion thatif we reihain any longer in the Union we shall loose our pronertyTonr lives, our self-r?spect and honor. He 1 hanked God that he had not heard, tluring this debate, one individual state that he was for the Union at events. The peop'c were united in the feeling that tl e honor of South ( /iimlirin urne r> I itoln It has been said Ur.it the gold of Philip was at-work, he therefore advised the State to strike in t'm?, and thus save the honor of ihe people from the deg a lat'on tlxy would imur were they to accept u. Mr. Badger, a d(?!e,rnfe from both the York and Indian Lan !s A oci \tion, craved the indul...

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. — 17 May 1851

WE arc nulhoriz <! to announce Hcv. J.U. II u II11 it'll It ns a Candidate for Tax Col lector, for Pickens District. at ihe ensuing election. "W'oTao'k"- . r|^IIe Subscriber wquld respectful m iy call on tboae indented to him either by note or hook account, to pay the came by Sale-day in June? n* ho wishes to pay h:s own debts and cannot do so without the money; after that time settlements can be made with W. K. Kasley. S. R. AlcFAIiL. Pickens C. H., May 10th, '51. CITATION. Mrs. C. 1). Bci.i.wincklk having app'ied for Letters of Administration on tin; Estate of C. Hiillwtnckl**, latcof Pkkens District, dcaceasod. The kindred and creditors are therefore cited to appear on the 2;'>tli instant, to show cause, if any they cm, why said Letters should not be granted. Given under my hand and seal 11th May, 1801. W. D. STEELE, o. i\ n. | EX15CU rOR'.S SALH. WILL l>e sold nt the late rcMduncc of Mrs. M iry Gninos, devised, ? n Thursony tho 29th instant, all tho person 1 property be...

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. — 17 May 1851

!! ?m II II ' l.?. WMll'W I,'. It ' ; ?0ET!?Iy. - , . I LOVE'S PERFIDY. By MrV M. 15. Hewitt. Ayl thou nrt there beside hef, llcr fingers cl?- ped in thine; Thou'rt gn*ing in her lure-lit ere* As one* thou didst in mine. Alt utel that ever uliiiiren. So vftvorinR an thine, Should kindle in a maiden's heart The fire of lore divine. I knov thai thou art murmuring To her enraptured ear Thoao thrilling words or tenderness I never more shall hear. Ah me! that words no faithless, That vows so faUe as thine, US-.11- !?? M?nHu bimim miu<iiei' neari A love ?o true as mine. j And eh? will toon awaken To know her love betrayed? Like mo, alas! furtmcen, Her truth like mine repaid, Ah met that ever falsehood, So treacherous at thine. Should fall to blight another heart As it hath blighted mine. Horrible Murder. The Philadelphia papers have full details of the awful tragedy committed iu Roxborough, on Friday night i last, and whioh is only equalled by the murder of the Cosden fauiily in Kent c...

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 April 1857

... - n- ] ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^^ 7 ^ | "To tlilnc own M>lf be true, it ml it miixt follow, ns tiro nl|;ltt tlie dny, I It <111 ?nuM not (licit lie false to any man." BY ltOirr. A. THOMPSON. PICKENS C0U11T HOUSE, S. C. SATURDAY, APRIL 25, 1857. vni t"' XT/V " ^ SELEOT!? (POETRY, ... _ .. - . | Parting Words. UV CIIA8. hwain*. i Now close the chamber door, mother, Ami kneel beside my bed, And pray tlmt ere the dawn, motboi, M V Hliirit mrtt* lw. . ^ I J "VV1' A is in my breast, mother? A thorn yon cuiutot find, A wound within my heart, mother, No human hand can bind ! Should some ono call, perchnncc, mother. When lie tdmll htar I'm dead, Oh ! give him thip one curl, mother? And tell hiir what I'.ve said I ! or nicy re my Inst, lust words, mother, 'l'ill those poor eyes grow dim; It may be I've been weak, mother, 15ut I've been true to liiin. Uut nil is over. now. mother, Ami we shall meet no more; He'll never know this heart, mother, 'l'ill i:lI its love is o'erl? Yon've closed the cha...

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. — 25 April 1857

KKOWKK CO I Rl \<\\. ROBT. A. THOMPSON, Editor. TUIIMS.?$1.50 per unmim.fn ndvunoo. If payment l?o dulrxyod tititil oflor tli<? expimtinn oftlic yeur. $2. For *ix month*. 75 rent*, in ndvunco Advertisement* inserted at the usual niton. PICKENS C. fi, S. C.: A Saturday Morning, April 25, 1857. ee^T To Correspondents. A young friend has handed us two original stories for publication. One is entirely too lengthy ; (lie other will grace our columns shortly. " Capt. Cliaw" has our thanks, tardy (hough they be. The Weather. We continue our remarks on the weather. On Tuesday afternoon last, the wind blew furiously from tho north west, and, in tho upper part of the district, was accompanied with snow and sleet! Thursday morning we had a heavy frost and an abundance of ice. To day (Friday) is more pleasant and spring like. Death of Col. Joseph Grisham. wiiTuOG~|mYn(kl to'leam that he departed this lifo on tho 91!i instant. The and event was not unlookud for by his family, and occurred ...

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 April 1857

[From llio Louisvillu Couru-r of April 1*2.] Experiences ;fEilibU6tennginNicamgua Mr. Chniles II. Hull. Infe in the service of (Jon. Walker, arrived in litis ci'y on Wednesdii)* night. Ho loft here Aucrust 6th. and, on )>i? arrival in Nicaragua, was placed in tho ranger service, the most arduous but 'healthiest in that nrmv. Ho did fnithful duly until .lanuary 25llj, when ho and two 'companions, like himself dissatisfied, were sent out for beef. It was the opportunity they desired, and they took "French leave" and made their way into the wilds of Costa Yticn. They had but a small chunk of beef, ... I.! ? 1. *?' * 1 - 'in tvinwii iiu-y Pui)Msio?l lor two days. On the llitid llicy found a stray <nul?.whioh was killed. About forty pounds of Ibis meat was divided out. It was used until it becimo not only tainted, bat full of maggols. Think of that, yo lovers of delicate daintieb! Yet this putrid meat to a starving man was a choice morsel! After wandering in the mountains, often ha...

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 April 1857

The Girl with the Calico Dress. BV UOUKHT 40&.?kl.YN. A P; fur your up|Vir h-n KirN, With tlx it velvets uni sn I in-* ntul lilCl'8. Their dluuioiut* and rubles hihI pearls, And their milliner hh<1 faces; 1?? i- * i >n-> 111.iv siimu 111 it pnri v or nail, Kiublazouod with halfthey possess, Hut give mi' in place of tlu-m all, My giil with the calico ilross. She is plump ns a partridge, ami f.iir /f An tho rose in it*earliest bloom, / Her tooth will with ivory compare, gS And her breath with the clover perfume. Her step is as free and as lij<ht As the fawn's whom the hunter* hard press, And her eye is a-iMift ami as bright, My girl with the calico tlroM. i our uuiKiics nnu iopnngs may sneer. At her simple ami modest attire, I'ut the charms she permits to appear, Wolrtd set a whole icuburg mi tiro ! Sim can dance, but did never allows Tho hugging, tlio njuc?'z?? end'carcM, She is saving all t!??. ** fur lift spouso, ity girl with tho calico dress. She in cheerful, warm...

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. — 2 May 1857

' " " * ^ 'l ' ' ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ % g.l-J y L.1.JUUL V-'IO-"r! ',?'"> J^'Vrt J-'.JJL'"^ .?.'1 .'? J..'.' Jl.U-^F. ...J... IW.-.'JL' ;a!l.'"T ' 111 " . " '? ?M. ' . .11 1 ~ "J-1-' .'l J','. J. ? ' . ' " ' " J! ?'f !! - f *.?''1 ' 'J- .1 ' 11 . " ' " "" ' ' ' -' "' '-" ' " '' " 4 v,, Vrr *- ? * * , V v , . < V*?^ - c f - ; \ i ' ?+ ' "t -*V , , f. .. i , < >v; _ ..** ,/ ? \ficA. * . ..., "To (liliio OM I1 H'lf Im? (iho, iiiMt it must follow , n.? Xh?< liijjlit <Ik* ilii v, CImhi rsiitfl itof then ?'<> fnlsfc to stuv IiY ROUT. A. THOMPSON. 1MCKKXS COURT HOUSE, S. C. SATURDAY, MA If 2, 1H57. VOL. VIII. NO. VZ. '' ".aa ' r . "" .. / ' V "T nj- ' ?EUSQTC? IPOEYKV, That Man Deserves your Praise. Know you ft ninnAvhose,early life I In J little promise hut vf cnro, Whose prospect^ in Uiia wide world of strife Woro niiytliiitg but fnir; Who yet hno.Mep by tdep, uprose Above the dreium of citflv dny*.. , .And smile* upofi his youthful woes f Tiint liinii <lcscrv...

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. — 2 May 1857

KEOWKI C0UR1 KR. ROB'T. A. THOMPSON, Editor. TKRM8.?$1.50 per aiinntn.iii idvaftco. If payment Ko ilulnvi'd until nfler Iho expiration of Jin; ...... o.? u - - V S mnimm. 16 rent*, in iulvun?* AdvortHoiiiriitM incited at tlie ukuhI rati'*. PICKENS 0 II., S.C.: Saturday Morning, May 2, 1857. . ] t Appointment. Mr. A. IV Uow'hKN lias been appointed, by I ho Governor, Magistrate for Tunnel ] lli!l,iu plaooof ICbMrvo Mahtin, deceased. The Free Schools. Tho Commissioners nf Free Schools, at lth>ir monllnrr nn Mrtn.lotf ! ??* *1.^ VM .Mviivmjr Irt.iv, IWIUWM tliu number of poor scholars from seven to six for oach school. This was fouml necessary on account of ihe increased number of locations, amounting now to fifty. And thor6 will, most probably, bo other schools located at future meetings of the board. Tho number of schools I oca ted last year was fifty-two, which, when compared with tho locations thus far tlio present year, shoiva a gratifying increase in number.? Wo also very cheer...

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. — 2 May 1857

inbltf. The London I'ifchango closes at ihlteie oMook, nnd as the difference in time ! tyetWocrt llutt city nn'J N?w York i? four, hours nnd forty-live minutes, wo will r6.- : fceive the report of the price of Consols at eleven o'clock ii) the morning, in time for .jour operators in Wall strept. The trtovefticnts in the London nnd Nor Yoik mopey j ta.irkets will ;hercfore appear in th? ovening j editions of the Now York Herald, nnd on j *lhe snmo tiny on which they may take place. 'Vhe British Parliament sometimes sits as lute as one o'clock, ami ih/.j ? -ssioos are ? occasionally prolonged till tw,o io the morning, bit*, the result of their deliberations will | reaoh us about ten o'clock of the preceding j evening, lime enough lobe published in the ' llemldof the next day, simultaneously with thvi report in the London Times. Tben, 1 ngajn, our great mercantile tn ms can send their orders through i' t:> different parts of Kuropo find countermand them wilh the same rapidity should...

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. — 2 May 1857

i. _ - . j;;*~ p:oS"j'a'iV, I Piom " Pi*rl?v'*,SplrO?? This Strange, Mysterious WovUl. nv fiskky jonvsov. Thi* i* ;t >tr.in^o. vorjil, Say. tl??n'k,von think "?>. Ili'l'? ' Where every mnn hi* foot d< ? ? rai-c 'I'o help v<m down lifeVhill f 1 low indeed to ?eo men kind? ? itvii then I'm not so fl it i A? tfi dcsirl' from their *nuls Such tlrikhtg help as thut. This is (\ slranjro. mvstuiiftus world? So nil (hohulie* ?ny.; ' . A< with bonnet* trimmed with rofes fiiir, They go to church to |>m v : And lm\v ftrovokcul the d<*nr -:ntils arc, While sitting in IhOir puw. To he it;i/^)d nprtn by nice young inch, Who've nothing elso to do. TiliM Ik (l . .?1' Whore many sorrow* prrioyo tw : Anil e'en the women that wo love Aro oft tlio first to leave us. And Ihon they say, to Calm oiir grief, " TIV fotw i/inta* a brothrf^ A lid lavish soft, sweet words on u?, But khscs on another. This is a strange, mysterious world, In which we live nnd thrive, Where half tho folks aro...

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. — 2 May 1857

PO&YRVl ? .r . .y/. r , r- Fiont " P?vt?r'H.Sf>inf." This Strange, Mysterions World. nv r .vj.'kv jonx*oy. Tliin 14 o wy^jL'noiH woijtl. Snv. flon'tyou think *o. 1UII-? V.'hcr?y fvcrv iium iii< f?ot ?lne<? rni.-o To lii'ln V?mi down lifuV liill I 1 love iiiito toe iih*j? kind? ? JUU tlifii I'?n not ?o flat v A" to dusirt- from tlu-ir ?nnls .( Sticli tfrikhty lielp us thut. Tins is i\ str.ui^rr. mvftturibns world? U? ..11 ' vj?> .HI iiiu limn-* SIIv A-* with IxtimcT# trlimnbil with roses (itif, They >fo t?> church ( > pinv; And Into niri^ltod tlie di'ftr -souls nro, Wltile sitting in tfukir pew, To W <s,wjn\ uprtn hv nice young men, Wltu'vc nothing elso to uo. Thi* is n strnnge, riyMcfion* ?*<>rl<l, \Vjhere many sumos*.?!* 'ye ua :. And o'en tlio women tluU ?o love A re oft tlio font t" leave us. And then they shv. to Onlin our grief, " H'CAim I/"" <i* <1 brother,'! a .1. - ? -- iiim ium'ii nun, woms on ii*, lint \ isscs on another. Tliis i?...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 9 May 1857

" ' . -- ^ :---'i '"" " 1 -i""""--'"1 " 1 '" 11 ~v .J.1*?'''" v.1 ' . " ." " ".i ?? ?? - 1 ' < ' ' '" ' v v- * [2$* > ' ' . . - ^ _ | \,<&r r ..... "To tliliiv (rtvn noil ?>o liiiOj nitd U nicest follow, :is llic lli?> <lny, (lion cnnVf ii<tl tli??n !>?? fulto lo tiny ninii." - ' ' ' * -*v )?<?' .' * - , . ? . * ''' - - * " ' ' BV HOH'T. A. THOMPSON'. PICKETS COURT HOUSE, S. C. SATURDAY, MAY <>, 1857. vm v.., i . ? ?IEILKQ-YS? iPOEvroyFlowers. ThfV spring vinnotircd mul unknown, 'Mid cocky wilds they bloom, They flotiri.'h 'mid (he ?I?jsert lone, They dock (lie tomb. They cljccr Clio poruhut's lowly cot, Adorn the monarch'* hull, Tliov till ouch tiniot slindv ei?>?? Oli! who can tell them all ?. Sonic oVr tho murhVrlng streamlets fliftg Their blossoms bright aud fior. And there, in vernal beauty, spring, Fanned by the fragrant nir. Some 'noath tho occan's rolling waves In silent grandeur grow, Nor heed tho storm which o'lsrthem raves Dutntill ...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 9 May 1857

'- ]l ' " - .' ' '-'"'l-'. j' ' ' ' ' "- ' ' 1,1 " I.'-.. ' ' 1 " "'* "" """"" """ " ' '? ? ' ' " ? ' .1 .. I!'..! . .1 I ? ' 1 1 1 ' " ' ' *' '' ' ' , _ "To thlipe ?mii m'I( !><> (mr, :nt?l IC IllKSt IoMom, :* ; llio lh? ?l?y, (lion Cll^t nol !>?< ful?v ???y BY KOH'T. A. THOMPSON?., PICKENS COURT HOUSE, S. C. SATURDAY, MAY 9, 1857. ' vm vtt. v? ^ELKorts:'D ipty&rni, . Flowers. They spring'unni'tircil OhJ unknown, j 'Mill roi-ky wil<ln t'nj.y UJ<Wr). > Tlioy tlmn i.-'h 'iriiil tho ilqsert lone, ) They dock tliu oiliMit tomb. "They cljcer (lie pe&fnnt's lowly cot, Adftrn the monarch's luilJ, Tlioy till each qplet shady epot-r- . On! who cim tell them nil ? Sonic o'er the ttiufniTring streamlets flirtg Their blossoms bright ami fa'r. .And there, in vernal beauty,spring, Kantied by the fragrant air. Son\o lioath tlio ocean's rolling waves tn silent grandeur grow. Nor head the storm which A'er thorn raves Hutfitili in boauty blow. And where the oagle buil...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 9 May 1857

KEof K K cor R j Ki;. ROB'T. A. THOMPSON, Editor. TKWM3.?^1,50 pur nnnum.in ailvnitfu. IT |>t<yu.unt ho (Ictavcd until iiftof 11 ?? expiration ol'tlio * > I.'.'.- . fr. ! . w. i??i pia ii i? *ii i ur?, i .# in uciv;uir<; /Vtlvurtirtuineiits inserted at the usual rates. PICKENS c. H., S. C.: ? * - Saturday Morning', May 9, 1857. To Correspondents. Tlio nrtiolo of " Veritas," in reply to " Vindox," on tho subject of tcuiperaneo, has been rcccivod and will appoaf ucxt week. AT,,-,!? JLIA U1 UCl , * Wo regrot (o learn thnt Mr. Warrkn Heiu \va? killed by a man named Turner, at Rowland's old store, in Greenville district, on Saturday last. A knife was the instrument used, entering the body near the heart, and causing death almost instantly. Turner was arrested immediately, and has been committed to jail. Kkid was n native ot' Pickens, and leaves a wife and four children. ?- V . uogimoat ot Infantry, paraded for drill and review at I'ickensville, on Friday and Saturday last. Tt...

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. — 9 May 1857

Capture of an A?aorfCan fclater ^Horrible fcofenc on fioaTi. On tlio l<Hb Inst., tlio DrilUh brig-of- i war, Arab, npiofl .jsnsptaiuUs looking school) ; ysr otY Fulinout'h, Saiuatca. Tho Post says: i She was closely pursued, and tlio coptain, j finding thai there w*s no possibility of es- j 'CH'pirtfc IVtmt tho " Arab." deserted her, tnk- j "ng wun uim in ti shallop his crcw, money, 'Chronometer and other Useful articles. The commtmdor ot the Arab dispatched his gun boat with 15 men, under the commaud of his first lieutenant, with orders fortho cap*nre '>f *|j? shallop. The chase continued I for nearly three hours?and a shot having destroyed tho rudder of tho shallop, the 'Captain, who was owner of tin ilavei*, ;$iir renuereu. nvo ot Iiik pnncipal slaves, and nn interpreter, were taken from the filial I op, ar. i tlio crow were leflin it, to make the l>cst of tlieir way to Cuba. The lirst lieutenant then boarded tho schooner, and found hor filled with young African!*, males...

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. — 9 May 1857

POX j Love Fell Out; The Lamb Fell In. ' I tolil iiiv Irvvo nnn Miiriinrr ilav How Itcmitifut llio sAiihliiiKj lay rpon t|)o l>os?in) of the i>cn ; Ami n?Me<l: "Tim* iiiv love fur llwo -j i .1 > ' IIIITOHTV IIIIMICIII or hllllv, Ami UHikc.* its ruumory divine.*' j T toltl of INjfrarcli?known to fame? 1,inked .with the. pct'rlo*" I.r?o'rn^ name ; 1 tow 'I 'n?si?, though in mi?nn }i:tll (Joillil still nil EleuUnj-ii Mill ; 1 AikI :ii| tim 1 ' r.ct me h?k?- litem lx! Thus known to rami' by loviujj thee." Then, as wc watched the 'ieepat play In fields sweet PCei.ted b/ the haw, ' . 1 waited f<tr wimo answering word-Nor waited long. A noise vru> heard And then sdio said, "O Willie,look,? The ppceklcd iamb's fell in the brook 1" Oh! Love fell out when Lamb fell in: 1 left the chnrmhitf fields of Lynn; The maiden with the flaxen locks I loft bcr-ide the rill aiul rooks, And vowed when next mv lovn wns ti.lil All sorts of sheep should I<l> in fold. Thinning forests. ...

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. — 16 May 1857

ii wn iirfji t iiiiiiii ii ' " " . . . ' -V .. . "To tliino own tiolf bo Into, and It lmixt follow, as tho lii^lit llio <Iny, fltoti nuiM not fluai lio foluc to any man." "BY ROB'T. A. THOMPSON. PICKENS COURT HOUSE, S. C. SATURDAY, MAY 10, 1857. VOL. Yfll. A'O. 44. ?EILEOYElB jMfotftVi, A Psalm of the Night FA(tos from the West thu furuwell light, Flung backward hy tl?e sitting bud, Ami silfocn deepens as the night | Steals with ite solemn blwlows on I Outliers the soft, refreshing dew, % On springing grass and flow'rct stems? Aud io! the everlasting bluo ^ Is radiant with a thousand gems. iYc visiblo snirits! bright n? erst Young Euuu's birthnight saw yc slilno On nil her flowers iuul fountains firut. Yot sparkling from llie hand divine; Yon, bright ns tlion, yc smiled to cntcli Thn hiilcSn #?f d ei\?. <?? /? ??n fai'i* ^ Ye bold vour high, immortal watch, ^ And gird your God's pavilion there. Source of all life, and joy, and light I Cieatoj of each starry sphere, That o'er m...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 16 May 1857

* KKOWKE COT KIM. ROBT. A. THOMPSON, Editor. pun via <1 r * . ..?? j ? . ...... ?.j. i.iiv |H-r nullum. Ill Ativ.'iucc. u |v;?yii.rut lie duliiyctl until lifter th#? expiration >>ftli?; year, $'2. For -i.\ month*. 7r> cent*, in mlvnncu Advertisements initcrtud hi tlio usual rutcu. PICKENS C. IT., S. C. : Satnrday Morning, May 16, 1857. Tax Statement. Through the politeness of our cfiieicnt Tax Collector, Mr. C.vuky, we are enabled to lav before our renders (lie exhibit following of tax statistics for the year 1850 : Tlio wliolo amount of tax collected was $1,959.83 ; slaves, 4.140 ; fire negroes, 31; acres of land, 750,500, to wit: first quJdi- I tv 11,110, eccond 73,706, third 074,850*,' value of town lots, $37,000; professions,$4 > G25; Rales of goods, (imported articles) : $72,750. TheTax Collector's commissions j amounts to >383.00. Tho District tax (for i tho poor) amounts to only $/,09.22. Births: wl/i'o males, 12G ; females, 117;' deaths,101; marriages, 124....

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