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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 16 May 1857

From the tinltimnrc tjun. The June Election in Kansas?Action of tho Free State Men. The "Free Stale" men in Kansns have is piled an address to the people of the United Slates, in which they avow their purpose to taku no pari in the June election for del <n^utes to the constitutional State convention, i They allege, ns an excuso for their co?rse, that "by the lists of qualified electors returned by the sheriffs of the different court-, ties, thousands of free State voters have been ignored, while the nnmes of numerous^ Unknown nnd mythical individual* nre en-? >teied ns "qualified electors " AH Die run-, Hsmnory or ttie election is to be controlled by^ pro-slavery' partisans, nnd it would be suici <Ial for the free State parly to go into rn election in the face of such odds, arid with their past experience." This decision of the free State men renders it certain that the constitutional convention will he pro-slavery, and that on assembling in September next, ?hey will form h...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 16 May 1857

FOfcTOY. From " Porter's Spirit." " I Would not Livo Forever." pv V! NI.KV JOIINSOX. 1 wnnlil tin* liu<? . Nil, "blow mo," jf I would ! Where" fiiney men" can't uiann^e things 1 ' As once tlioy used to could." Now. when I was a youngster, Tlio old folks used to think There was i?o liarm in every man Taking n social drink. Butfcuutimcntft have altered, In tlio^o "degenerate davs;" Ami uv'rylhillg rtrtdev'ry body llave got contrary ways. And they would make us mortals, here, Our favorite drinks discard; Aud make us Vjuuflftlicir icaler, soft, For fear we'd drink too /mr<L I would not live forevVr, in tins dark world of sin; Where people seem to tuk<i a pride In (akin</ cueh oilier ill. Aiul if a stranger stares al?ont, With eyiie out of his sockets, lie's sure to />irk sonic str.tirjier r.i) Who's sure to pi<-k his pocket'**. 'l'licn, who would live upon this t<i !ioro Willi audi a motley crow, Who seem ?>i if iio work tlu-y had i!ut that i>f watching you f ...

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. — 23 May 1857

K [I ? W1 ^ ? ? ? ^ ?j ? 1 ' T * >! * '*!"_ 1 1 hi?." .".l i .. u ..'M. '. ...i1 JLJ..L'.!i.. M1 .1."."11 1 . .. .j... . ?tii . . ! v.'-- i,.'j 11 '. ,- 1 " , 1 1 ' ' ' "To thine ?Avn koII toe Into, niirt It must follow, as11 lie ni^kt tl?c day, tlroti rui\'?t not tlroi Iro fnNn to ri?y mRii.'* . ' ? # _ ' ^ p * V , BY KOB'T. A. THOMPSON. \ ' < ' ' PICKENS COURT HOUSE, S, C. SATURDAY, MAY 23, 1857. VOL. VFII..? NO. 45. . y--', -j-*- . -m . ... ?> / '"V- , Y/ y i < 5 81ELEOTE0 iPOET&TTV | i)uty. "Sfcrn flautfTitcr ol1 the voiccof God! O Duty I if tlmt name tliottlrtV'tf, Whe nrt n light to guide. n rod Tg chock tlio erring, ntul reprove; Thou, who art victorv-mul law "When empty terrors overawe, l-'roni vnin temptations ilost net fieo, .Aiul calhi'at the weiiry strife of frail hunwnity. There arc those who iyk not if thine cy<5 Ho on them; who. in love nntl truth. . Where ntJ'tnSVtfivifijj I*, rely Upon the gonial 8cii?o of youth ; til.nl honrUl .without reproach 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. — 23 May 1857

.KKOWKE COnilKR. ROB'T. A. THOMPSON, Editor. TKItMS.?91.50 per annum,in (\<lvune?\ Tf payiKviit l>e iloliiyeil until after tli<? expiration oftho v-. r?i ma iiimiiiH, 10 111 advance A?lvort isenieii t? insorUd ftl the usual rutin. PICKENS C. If., S. C.: Saturday Morning, May 23, 1857. Correction. In (lie tax statement of Insl week a slight error occurred ; in, lliat the Tax Collector's , commissions should liftvo been $.*105.79, in- I ntead of $383.79 as it appeared. Tho Appeal Case. Tn tbo Court of Appeal*, last week, iho e.iso of Wm, Hough vs. J.T. I-'khousox, el. a! _ Commissioners of Uoado, was submit- | ted with brief and written argument. Gen.1 JIaiikison for motion; Mr. .1. P. Kkko, contra. The opinion of tlio Court has not vet been delivered. The Invasion of Sonora. Some lime uinco ono Col. Chads, with _ a ? 1 1 ? " * w ivw iiuihii'<hi troops rocruited in Califor- . iiin, mado a descent upon Sonora, a small I frontier State of the Mexican confederacy. j The Mexic...

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. — 23 May 1857

The Recent Storm. (JllKAT KSTItJL'C THJM OK PnOl'lRtT IN Mississippi.?From the Sen Coast Demorrut of Wednesday lust, published in Mismpippi City, we extract the following account of the disastrous effects of the recent heavy rains: On Thursday and Friday, this region of country was visited by the greatest rains ever known to li-ivc fallen here. The rain commenced ut half past two I*. M.on Thursday, and continued till Saturday morning without hardly any intermission. It poured down in such torrents that on Friday morning,after hut one night's rain,the whole back country.as fi?r ascottld be seen was one expanse of water, Tho thunder which accompanied tho ruins seemed to threaten ter_..i :.! - -- - ' 1 ' - .iuiu umuiimirs, so nwim were t(s penis; the lightning was very vivid, n-?d flashed incessantly. For iiboul two hours on Thursday fright, ihe wind howled with some fury, but tiot violent enough to bo called o storm; this moderated to nn culinary 8. K. wind, which conlinued the two fo...

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. — 23 May 1857

>?S"irttv. ' I Mary Things that Adam Miasod, AMitm ni'Vr fciu'w wlinl 'Iwns tnl>? u M>v, To wIu'imIIc pei>ii"v?i^ fiym a ilotiijg ?iro, "NVi 1)> wliirhto hnrU'r l'<?r?oino nli'u?n>" toy, Or onlm I ho i'Mhif of a dutiro To yiick nil ornniju. Nor ili'i lu> K'or i'uil llm JiiiHln f.? li itlln.l/.M Nop wore liis tr?iu*or* ovej- out nt ktiuo, From p'livinu' tumbles on the kitchen floor. He u<lvor skated i>Vi' flio froxen till. When winter'* covet ins; o'er the rnrtli waR^prVud | Nor cli<li?J down tliuslippery lull. With pretty j;ii I* upon hi a i.u-rtv t-lcd. ITo never i?wunt( upon his father's cnle, Or sle.pt in Minshino on the cellar door, j Nor rousted chesjntjts nt the kitchen grnti\ Nor spun liis humming top upon the Hour. j lie ?K''or HimiH'd himself with.rows orbiifk*, Mo set, if one f >11, nil ooiim down ; v.... i i -1 ?. c 1 a^ *'i ^hauu u'-ii^iiu . i ni iiiv lumiy iriCKH j Ui harlequin or travelling eiicns clown. Ity jjiiiilucl growth ho neve...

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. — 30 May 1857

? \ . " t. * % -.sv..vv-' -' ; : ?+ $ v&>- . Wi'mtSm* - ' TOSgliHSI fctWMB. >85 ' ; , ~ ."To tlilno own volf lie trite, ait?I it must follovr, an tin* i3i?,Iif tlio ??ay, 1I1011 milX not lli<n Im> r?lm> (o any man." liY ItOB'T. A. THOMPSON. * PICKENS COUllT HOUSE, S. C. SATURDAY, MAY 30, 1857. VOL. VIII. NO. 40. *. % . ?v* > v ,i . " dGfLso'r&ID The Eveiung Hearth-Stone. Glndly now wo gather round it, For the toiling (lav i? done, A.wl ?!,,> ~-t 1 ? Mi?Vl - v.?.l?J .111.1 SV1II.-IIIII HVIHglll, Willows doXyn tire goldun sun : Shadow? lengthen on tile plnvenienl, Stalk like giants through the gh>om, AVnniior past tins dusty casement. Cheep nraytid the firo-llt room ; Df&w the certain, clow the shutter?, l'laco tho slippers the riro? Though the rndo winds loudly miit'vk Wlmt cure we for wind-sprite's ice r "What care wc for outward seeming. i'ickii* H'ruinc * irowu or Bin lie, If around us love li? bonnl>nx I JAivo can human ills iM'fjuite. 'Nont...

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. — 30 May 1857

KKOWEE COU RIKli. ROB'T. A. THOMPSON. Editor. TKIIMS.?$l..r)0 pcrnnnum.in nilvnnoo. If pnvir.rnt ho ilelnvod until nfter th^ oxpirfltlon uftnc ?2. For six months, 7f> rents, in mlviincc , Ailvvrtisonionts insi-rted : ( the UIIIOl latcs. PICKENS C. II., S. C.: ? Saturday Morning:, May 30, 1857. Illness of Senator Butler. The protracted ?u?d danwrou* il!i>o,?* of our distingimhed Senator h,.s occasioned feelings of deep solicitude in tlio public mind throughout iho whole Southern country. Moro especially has this feeling boon manifested in our own Slate, where lie is universally esteemed as a statesman and a citizen. 13ut we are pleased to learn from a friend, who passed throuirh Ansrusta on Monday last, that lit) was thought to better, although still in a precarious condition. Court of Appeals. The Court of Appeals adjourned last week. The ease of Wm. Houos vs. Commissioners of IJoads was sent back for a new trial, and we suppose will be disposed of at our next fall term. James...

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. — 30 May 1857

- . 71. T . J-: wZf"*".T : A Bocno in Washington Washington, May 10,?This Ins been 1 n gala day at the President's mansion. A fine bond of nntsid wu? stationed in tlie | grounds fionling (bo Potomac, and there j were Assembled at lenst one thousand Indies j and gentlemen, comprising many belles from ; the runtiy South as well as from the North ; ; the contrnst of complexions, dress and gen- | eral tout ensemble rendered it a scene long ; to bo remembered. Among the hnppy I groups upon the bright green lawn wns n ' stout, silver-haired old man, with strongly j marked intellectual developments, in a plain dress of black brondcloth, relieved by a I neckerchief of dazzling whiteness-?n man of whom n stranger would hnve easily singled out as the foremost man in aft that as- j semblatje. This was James Buchanan, of i 1 'nnnci-11, nr\ 1.1 ?t... - 1 of the freeest, noblest and greatest nation on earth. With unassuming frankness ho mingled with the people?now raising in his ai ms and kissing...

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. — 30 May 1857

. . P.OfcYfoY. ! ts- * ' ?' - -- f c The Night. HY IIAUUV C'OUNW\u.. I O, (lie fumnu'r ?ii;lit ll.itll :? Hinle "f li^lit. Ami h)i<> ^ ???? ;i smpphirc llirnno. Whilst the nwoct wilnli Ic&d lit r, ? :?!. - ...i.... i ' ' .i mi nm ijiiuis in lUliir From tlio bin) <>f the r<*<: oWliloVu! llut tlio mitniitti 1 in* n piercing aiyhf. A11J n.s'tcp lx>tK slron? i\ml fn;o; Anil a voScu cf woytlor Liko Uu? wrutli of (Inrtnlt-r. "NVlion lie shouts to.'Uo stonnv >on. And lite wintVv tiL'lit Is nUc*}ld ami wkfto, Ami flionmeeth n "on-.; of pain. Till tin; wild l>04" linmir.eth. And iltc warm cmnolli, "\Vlien -lie dies ina dream of ram ! O, the ni;:ht! tlio ni^ht! "J'ia r? lovely ?<i^ht. "Whatever tho cliinr i>r time: For sorrow then sj. irctJi. And tin: lover out i?oiiifCtli llissocl ill n stiir-biiylit riiyiiio. Tt brinpHb sleep To the forest deep The forest bird to ii? ; To care bright hoim. And dream of flower*, 1 Ami that balm to tlie woarv?rest! fi$0 :v...

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. — 6 June 1857

"To till no own nolf bo true, ami it nuwt follow, as lite niglit t*r?? <fny, (lion ctiu'it not tl??n foo fnlne to nny ?^{iii." ft BY HOB'T. A. THOMPSON. PICKENS COURT HOUSE, S. C. SATURDAY, JUNE G, 1857. * * ill.. VIII.-- NO. -<7. jf s is [lie ?TIE 1$ irosrav. To the Keowee.* Oh, Hirer! Iliou hast won inv heart With the sweet Dinsio of thy tide; Ami though too soon 1 must depart From haunts where thy cnol waters glide? A fond romombrnncu I shall hear, Of thee, and all thy beauty rare. Down in thy crystal depths are seen The pebbl? and tlie pearly shell, Or rock with velvet roue of green? Whose shade the bright trout loves so well, When in the suns unclouded benin? Like silver glistens all thy stream. Upon thy. mnrge the violet blow?, Tho lily bends its snow-white head; And high the lofty chesnut grows. And flings its shadows o'er thy bed ; "While laurels to thy tipples bend And to the ait* their fragrance lend. Thy banks along, of brightest green, ( When summer-skies above the...

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. — 6 June 1857

KKOWI'/F, CO-URIKH.1 ROBT. A. THOMPSON, Editor. TEUMS.?*1.50 per niKiuni.in itdviinte. If pnvment Ih.* il?Uye<l until aftrr tli?* expiration of the vviir.U, For si* month-". 76 Cfiit<>, in advancc Advertisement* inserted at the usual rut ok. PICKEN S C. II., S. C. : Saturday Morning, June 8, 1857. "* Death of Senator Butler. Tl,? TI A l> n ... t! 1 &nv i iun. a, x . 11'E.n, oviwuur ill VsUW gress from this Stale, died at his home iu Edgefield district, on the 25th ult. of dropsy of the chest. His illness was of several weeks dura'.ion, and was borne with fortitude and resignation. Judgo 13itliCk has, during his official career, filled various offices of high trust and public importance, lie was born in 1798^ graduated in tho South Carolina College in 1817, and was admitted to the bar in . . . .i 1HI8. lie was elected a Law Judge in 1833, and, in his administration of the law and justice, none were more highly es- : teemed and receded. In 184C, ho was j olwoted to tli...

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. — 6 June 1857

KEOWftE COrURIER ROB'T. A. THOMPSON, Editor. TEltMS.??1.80 per nnniini.ii: lulvnnce. If pnvint* lit l?e dulflyed until after the expiration of tins yeiir. *2. For six months, 76 cento, in ndvnnce Advertisements in?erte<l at tlw> unnnl rat?n I PICKENS C. H., S. C.: Saturday Morning, June 6, 1857. Death of Senator Butler. The Hon. A. P. lti,"rt.BR, Senator in Con- ^ press from this State, died at his homo in Edgefield district, on tho 25th ult. of drop- j hy of tho chest. Ilia illness was of several j weeks duration, and was borne with forti vuuo uuu luaiLJiiiiuuii. Judge lJm'LiCU has, during his official ca- ' rcor, filled various offices of high trust ami I public importance, lie was born in 1708, t graduated in tlio South Carolina College , in 1817, and was admitted to tho bar in 1 1818. lie was elected a Law Judge in 1833, and, in hi3 administration of tho law | nnd justicc, none wcro more highly esteemed and rejected. In 1840, ho was ol?oled to tlio U. S. Senate, and at onc...

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. — 6 June 1857

tho United States sloop-of-war St Munja, "appeared in the allied camp, nnd commenced negotiation# with Gen. Mora for the surrender of Walker and tho rcmnnnt of his ^ force. At this timo the force of Mora besieging '.ho city amounted to over 2,500 j# men. Then ,ilow copies of the oflicial papers .,f the negotiation, which resulted in the capitulation of Walker, but wo havo not the hpaco for their publication. The following Is tho General Order issued by Gen. Walker to his troops after the capitulation. You will observe the phrase, " in parting for the present," etc., in the .document: IT _ . _ - ' 1 11kaii v?uai1tkks of tub altmv, j Adjutant General's Office, > Hivas, Fiiday, May 1, 1857. ) General Order, JYo. 69.? The Comman der-in-Chief, in communicating lo the Army the following agreement, thinks il proper to I stato that he entered intd it on the solemn assurance from Captain Davis thnt Co). J/Ockridge, with his whole command, had left the San Juan River for the United Stntcs....

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. — 6 June 1857

tbo United Slates sloop.of-wnr St Afanfa, I 'appeared in the allied enmp, nnd commeno- I ?d negotiation* with Gen. Morn for the sur>rcndcr of Wnlker nnd t?,e rcmnnnt of his force. At this time the force of Morn besieging tho city amounted to over 2,500 ? men. Then follow copies of the official papers of the negotiation, whioh resulted in the capitulation of Walker, but wo havo not the hpnee for their publication. The following is the General Order ia- | sued hv Gen. Walker to his Iroops after the capitulation. You will observe the phrase, " in parting for the present," etc., in tbe .document: IIeao Qi'aiitkks ok tiik Attsiv, ) Adjutant General's Office, > Rivas, FridtVy, May 1, 1857. J General Order, iVn. 59.- - The Comman?der-in Chief, in communicating to the At my the following agreement, thinks it proper to fc stnto that be entered into it on the solemn Assurance from Captain Davis that Col. Lockridge, with his whole command, had left tho San Juan River for the United State...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 6 June 1857

?ABIBAYM NMMlti. The Golden Rule. In t)?r? bustle of lift', when the truth of the licnrt Ti tried by .1 8elfl?h control Whjuro, where i-< i\ refuse to shield and impart True light to n heaven I Kirn soul J O. pause not to ask what thw wisewt would do, Their wisdom ne'er found *ueh a Rem ; "All things that ye would men should do unto you, Do ye even so unto thorn." If thou nnil thy brother have aught to decide, Ami fail at the hist to agree. Ne'er bring to another thy e.;uiso to be tried, As erring :>.!vt ?p1fi?b n? bo V? 1 1' ?? ?i-: ' i?>>?jimm- i-ii uijrwii uy misruie, ever true, 12re thou dost ft brother condemn : "All tilings tlmt ye would men should do unto you, Do ye oven so unto them." If a dark wave of trouhla has swept o'er a. soul, And 11 ery hits gone forth for relief. Ne'er pause e'er you give, nor thy chanty dole Lest thou add ft new pang to the grief. Still follow the rule Hint is changeless and true, Anil ne'er will thy conscience condemn: "All things that...

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. — 13 June 1857

- .. . .... ? ? rw?w . - ' yrr " t' f i -4' r" " ' '*WF T ' To tliine oun self li? true, mtd it must follow, nn (lie niftlit ll?? iluy, lltoii fituM not tlicn be fnl*e to nny man." BY ROR'T. A. THOMPSON. PICKENS COURT HOUSE, S. C. SATURDAY, JUNL IU, 1857. VOL. VIII. NO. 48. , . - i . ? 7 - * .! -'---I'-l-l'l ? ' i -I -.11 ..? . ? ^jlleoye? mtmr; Tho Old Church Bells. King out merrily, Lhudly, eheerily, IMithe old holla from tins stfceplo lower, Hopeftdly. fearfully, .Joyfully, tearfully, Movclli tin? bride from Uor maiden IxiTver. Cloud thero is none in the fair summer oky ; Sunshine flings behison down from on higli> Children sing loud fts tlio trni|\ mdVog nlontf, " Happy tlio bride that the sun thihetli on." Knell out drearily, I ?..-t Sad old bells from tlin ?teei>le t'rny. i'ricoU chanting lowly; Solemnly, sjpwly "Passcth tho corpso from fJio portal to day, Drops from tlie leafh-n clouds heavily fall Drippingly oVer tlio plume mid tlio pull; Murmur, old folk, as the J rai...

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. — 13 June 1857

KEOWWCOI! RIKR. ROB'T. A. THOMPSON, Editor. TKIIMS.?H.f.O per annum,in advance. If pnvinent be delayed until after the expiration ofthe year. 92. For *ix months. 7B cents, in advance InNlitd at the unual rates. PICKENS C. II., S. C.: Saturday Morning, Juno 13, 1857. Tax Payers. In reply to Mr. Lkwis' call for infornia tioo, Mr. Cahky,our Tax Collector, requests us to say that there are fifteen hundred and eighty-five tax payors in tho district, being gain of nbout one hundred since tho previous tax roturns woro made. Wheat, &c. Tho wheat ciop is one of the most promising we havo had for many years, and will be ready for tho sickle in a short time. It has cacapcd tho rust thus far. Tho weath er continues pieasarii and spnng-liko, with occasionally a foretasto of summer. The Railroad. An engine hns been placed on tlio Initio Ridge Kond at its eastern terminus to nid in track laying. We have assurances that j this work will now ho pushed forward. Col. Gwtnnk, the Chief Engineer, nc...

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. — 13 June 1857

ymblio. We failed to get the name of the gentleman who responded for Knoxville. f We liavc dashed off tills fapid and liurried account under many disadvantages, is owing to the want of accurate informalion 1 respecting I he details, which we, in some i instances, failed to get on account of our being unablu to.be nt two or more places at the same time. Reporters are supposed to ^ be ubiquitous, and to fulfil their mission sucL cessfully, they should he so, butunfoHutlfllul u I liav n n/tft ..N?vi; ?iivj ??v >IU?, M O SliymU JIIUUUUIJ have endeavored to bo more qiipute. >n our notice nf the dinner, hut we learn thntn full Rtui correct rcpoit is now bring prepared for the press, which we will try and publish 1 to-moriow. Thus ends the festivities nnd ceremonies of n day which will long be remembered, * nnd which is destined {o fill nn important page in the future history of the country. It forms n remm liable era in the progress of ^Southern commerce und civilization, nnd is des...

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. — 13 June 1857

poerm. i Washington- f High over all, whom mi^ht or mind made srreat, I Yielding the conquererV crown to harder heart*, s (Jaining no grandeur bv tlie ?fnt?*man'* arts, Yet witti a will to meet and master Fate, I And power to rule a young divided State? (Jreator by what was not than what was done, Alono on history'* height stands Washington ; s And coming timo shall furnish not his mnte, 8 For he by Clod upon the earth was sent ft To show the might of man's integrity. ? And men were blind to what his mission meant ^ ilut that his glory might eternalize, . A boundless country as his monument? f A mighty nation his posterity. it The Tear of Gratitude. k Thorn in n rrnm mnrn noorlv ~, & k?J u Mure dear to mercy 8 eyo Than love's sweet star, whoso mellow light First cheers the evening sky ; C A liquid pearl that gliiters where h . No sorrows now intrude, 0 A richer gem than tnonarchs Woar? The tear of gratitude. K But ne'er shall narrow love of self li Invite this tribute forth. Nor...

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