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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 5 December 1857

The Banks. We are no apologies for the abuses of Bunks, but we do Viot like needless revolutions. Tlio country is convulsed enough already with the financial panic, begun in New York, and spread o.ver the Union.? Confidence is recovering; and if harsh and needless legislation does not take pkicu, property will soou be restored U> its natural position, and our agricultural staple# will recover their natural prices. We sco it suggested in our Legislature, that we should adopt the Now York plan of scouring tho people against tho failure of our Banks, by depositing stocks, &o,, with tho State Comptroller. This expedient has not saved the Banks in Now York from suspension, and as to the Banks in South Carolina failing:?when has such a thing token place ? Hanks have failed in other States, swindling stockholders and notc-holdors to enormous amounts of inonAV hllf tolinn l.no ?' -j , v?? .. ..v/ iiuo ouvu a llllllg LUtvUU piHCC iu South Odrolinp ? At this very niouicut, docs any one...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 5 December 1857

j^or.Twv The World for Sale. Tho worM for ?:\to! -Miing oul yo\rr sign; Call ?Tory traveller hero to mc ; Who'll buy this br.ivu estate of mine. And net mo from oarth.'e bonriugo froe! Tls goln#! ?yes, I mean to fling The buuhlo IVoni my boiiI nwny j I'll sell it, whatsoe'er it brinir : The World ut Auotion here to-day It is h glorious tiling to ww; Ah, it has ohoat?d me so sore ! It in uot what it seems to bo; For *<t!e ! It shall ho mine no moro ; Come, turn it o'er, and view it well: I would not have yon purcha?o dear; 'Tin going?going ! I must sell! Who bids! Who'll buy this Splendid Tear! Hero'# wealth in glittering heaps of gold, Who bid# i Hut let mo toll you fair, A baser lot wan ne\or sold: Who'll buy the heavy heaps of rare! And here, spread out in broad domain. A gooilly iandiioupo nil mny tra^e; Ilnll, cottage, troo, field, hill and plain Who'll bay himself n Ilurial Place! Hero's Love, the dreamy, potent spell That beauty flings around the heart! I know lU power, ala...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 12 December 1857

* * ~ 4 'hA W ' k' , I' * * * * , 4 * tr - v# !.:'i!1' "L^'i.'!!) jj.'. .... j jl."*. 'jk-LipJu*'' .< l. : i iuAJ-'bh .iig ua .*..:*. M ;>. .' '> j ujji^*ift!.ainfiauu it.. . .*>.> ..x'.'i-' -i i.j?jiiuj-ajj.-.'. i1.'-1 . i" i'j?'ju . hji mi uwmww MTQ TUlS'E QWN SKI.F HK TllUB, AND IT .MUST FOLLOW, AS THE NIGHT TlfR DAt, THOU CANST NOT TriKN BE FALSE TO ANY MAN." *' ' * m' 5 ^ s y^-A ' * ,J*4 1i. * N 1' * * *1 v w ' * ,! 4 ' v ^ ^ BY ROB'T. A. THOMPSOlf. ' PICKENS COURT HOUSE, S. C. SATUBDAY, DECEMBER 12, 18?7. VOL. IX NO. 8?. SSLEOTK? S-oKTKV. t= f j , \ .?. Nothing Lost. 7 >w Nothing is I.<wt: tho drop of <k'Vr... WHlpn trqmUlos iit Uic loaf and flowevi*, Is but cxh(ilc<l to fall nnrw, In euHxinor'if t blinder shoitor? l'brohntvco io rail \vith5n tlio tj'rtw That fronts the fcliti at fall of dny-* i? - .. * vrcitHuco io .iprvrxio in uie uovrOf fountains l'ur u\v;iy. Nothing 1* lost : -tlit? tiniest scud; Ilv wild binl* borno or bi*ccxe? blown, Finun some...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 12 December 1857

KKOWKK CO II Rl KR. ROB'T. A. THOMPSON, Editor. , TERMS.?$1.50 p?r unnttm, In lulvnncv. If jtaviii-.'ni ho Hdtyed until nftertlio expiration of ' tho year, $2.00 For <?ix month*, 7"? ccnt?, in < uilvunco. I AilvortlfinMiU inserted nt thouniikl te?. ^ nfrtiriitrn /t ?*" ? ^ 1 riuivtiixs u. II., ?. u.: 1 Saturday Homing, December 12, 1857. i Public Documents. Wo are indebted to Col. Gwvnn, Mo.ssrs. r Amiitkh, Qaillard, and others, for valuable j c public and legislative documents. j < Tho Weather. j fc During tho week past large nuar'ities of I I raiu hat) fallen, umi, although tho streams 1 havo beon full, no loss has resulted to any ? one so far as wo havo heard. The weather s has been warm, and tho full of rain aecom- ? panicd by much lightning anil heavy tluin- t <ler. On Thurh'iay it cleared up, and we ' havo sinco had cold windy wouthor. < Special. Tho administrator of James McKinnev, < .,wv^v?? VMVtO (? uuiiiau UUU UUIUI I property for aule Mr. IIbid will sell...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 12 December 1857

Jnotion, because tho diwtrict wan ao largo, wild tho labor ao great, that the salary >Wai too low. Mr. Momhitagcr replied opposing tho exemption. Sir. Eaaley moved an amendment, which reduocd the Commissiona of the Tax Collector of St. Phillips and St. Michaels, and limiting tho maximum of his salary t <'^3,600. Mr. Popo proposed to modify tho amend - mont by offering another to the effect that instead of 2 per cent, on nil sums undor $75,000, which Mr. Kusluy'a amendment contemplated, a per oentago of <1 per cent, should be paid, but including also, services on psscssments of public boards. Mr. Ycadon and Mr. Mommingcr both [ strongly opposed the ameudmcnt of Mr. i Easley. After soino discussion, a motion | was made for the indefinite postponement, j \vliif?Ii wf>fl tT.i.f.rt ?1. v>f ?v.n. AIIV uumu uitm, un UlU- I tiou of Mr. lX\Suiuwuire adjourned to 12 M. i Dkckmiikr 4.?In Uio Senato, Mr. Middleton, from the.Committee on Fimtnco and Banks, reported a bill to prohi...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 12 December 1857

POEWY. Let her Rip. 1 One sunny afternoon la?t week, I thought l\l tako a ride; i Ami hired ft nivg tlioy culled fast, 1 *10, sure slip w as when 'tied.* My friend Dili Springing* <lruve ilw marc Wliilo I laid on t^vrulp. And rthoutud till I was quitcjioursc-^fclllv mil. tlml ??i inn I iw 1 ri>tnn1n muiliutllno ti/iw_ . tor (trough?go'long Lei her rip! * Wo stopped at Digital's. on the road, Of courae we lind to '^inilo,' And glvo tlio expeditious nag, A drink and roM the whllo, v Wo 'lagged/ thorn culiiug for the ninrc, 1 T ^osscd the mun n ftp. ( I jumped into tho wugon ond neizing the rains, j veciuetftcd tho Kthouinn inJiviilii.il who hi?hl tlio ; doubled distilled essence of lightning in cm- * phutic tone*, to? I.ct her rip! 1 A chap who drove ft large l>ny n?g, Scorned mix ions for a 'brush,' 1 S<> whipping up our own fust cub, ^ Wo went in with a rush ; 1 'TwftJ ncck And neck, u i.tiK or move, ^ When his horse made i trip, AVe glided b.v like lightn.ug pronsod....

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 19 December 1857

- M ' ?HilFfi "" i < - ? Vv . . 1 , ? ~ j w . ? _ * & ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ Lti^'-4ia^.yH^J.^ Ji-UM~Aul?>,jU&^ L'l ? 1 -J'-'-1- -' - JLLXXU^-JIL-L^- ?x. U^--?; 4.?- ? -*-: j^- - f.-* ^ 1L- *"-'" -' ? - * '-J---'/J3 . 4i % , "TO THINK OWN SELF UK TRUE, AND IT MUST FOLI-OW, AS THE NHMIT THE DAY, TflOt) CANST NOT THEN BE FAI.SE TO ANY MAN." *' ' t ' ? - ? * BY ttOB'T. A. THOMPSON. PICKENS COURT HOUSE, S. C. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1857. VOL. IX. NO. M. ' ? * 'r " ^ '. '..l-'j' ?..'. LM-1-, ... J."".' - i'l-"! !! . ? JPKiSSIJJiSNT'S MESSAGE. Fellow-citizeitfi of the. Sr.nntc and J louse of ltcpr* *cn to lives : In obodience to the coiarini.nl of tho constitution, it has now.become my duty *'to givo to Congress .information of the state of the Union, and recoinmond'to their consideration such measures' as I judge to bo "necessary and expedient." But tirst, and above all, our thanks arc M-1 ? Vtwv vvf iXliill^UVJ \ (UU IVi I IIU HUIIIC.nillcS benefits which lie has bestowed upO...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 19 December 1857

cordially co-oporato with the liritish and French minister? in all pcaocful mcnsuroH I to secure V?y treaty stipulations those just1 concessions to conuncrcc whicli the nations of the world liuve a right to expoet, and which China cannot Inn# bo permitted to J withhold. From assurance* received, 1 j entertain no ilouht thatthe three ministers j will net in harmonious concert to obtain similar commercial treaties lor each of tho powors they represent. H'a i\.:i e?I - ,i !- A i? v Vi-.:iuvi(. lull W ICVi 11 UUt'J) HUlTl'Sl III , Jill that concerns tho welfnrc of the independent republic." on our own continent, as well an of the empire of Urnzil. (concm::)kt> xkxt wkek.*) KEOWKK C01:HI I'iiF. ROB'T. A. THOMPSON, Editor. TEKMS.?$1.50 per iinnum. In mtvnnoo. It'; DftVlllttnl 1)0 (IoIhvciI until nfior tKnnv?ii-nii?n >!' I the ycnv, $;2.00 l'or six won tin*, 75 ceute, in | urtviuioc. Advertisement# inserted lit tlio usual r?tes. ' riCKENS C. 11., S. C.: Saturday Morning, December 10,...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 19 December 1857

Oowan, Mohauroi, MoLcod, McQueen, Memmingor, Miley, Mooney, Moore, MulIcr, OHlain, J. J. l^opc, Jr.,Pdrohor, Uaylnoud, Huthcrford, Smart, Stoke?, Sullivan, t Swygort, Tracy, Vaneo, J. 0. AVilson. Su Iue Sill'wan ou fried through itH socond-roading'and ordorcd to be sent tu tho donate. The House then, at naif post ten o'clock, P. M., adjourned. Monday, Deo. 14.?In tho Senate, a 1!I1 * - ? uiu waa returned tmni tlic House of Ileprc- j Kcntutivud to ameud the law in relation to : trafficking with n)av<j9, having been read thfco times in both Housed, it wax referred to the Comiliitteo on Engroiscd Acts. A Bill from the House of Representatives to repeal an Act entitled "an Act to iucronse tue amount of property exempt from levy and salea Hill to incorporate the Sassafras (Jup Turnpike Company: a JJill to incorporate the Cashier's V alloy Turnpike Company; wero read a third time, passed, t'tles changed to Acts, and WHI'i! h*tlllHti>fl til fKh' llriiion ?f I) v- I tives. A Bill f.-o...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 19 December 1857

" egfcBOTEB PORTRVi' Ff?5ni Ciodry'H Livly's Hook. Christmas Hymniiy >iima?v i>.vwsoy. S"t 1JottilchbT?ri< St.?r arising. llouo coniolhj with ils Wuwii, j Tu jjlessn ?hc jpyouft heart cil, .itnl comfort those >vfyb mourn. Jf humble, ju^t, nml true, (' oil's love is dour lo you ; n umil yourneiivi anow 'flic Christ-cMM lias been born. 1 The festal joys soon over , That ushers in the <luy "Tis pa it?aituthov Christmas!'' Is nil. perchance, thou'lt Say; Tint, if a year Hits' flown. Nil high-soul impulse known, ( No seed of promise so.vn, Christ cannot bo thy stay. Live that this (luy may brighten j ] On all thy coming year.-}, I A stuj of joy to lighten Through sorrow's cloud of tears. Let IIoavoU'8 hiirh niurcU ami/. In triumph t6 their King, 1 Tli$ gifts thy mtSckhjvndsbring With child-like hopes and fears. What though the ntfeiont sages 1 trough l gifts of gems anil gold! That suMi no mortf avail us, , Thou nc?dst not to l?o told ; T'ut opvlngt to the Poor, Dcedtt hol...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 26 December 1857

w ? ' * v "TO THINE OWN SELF UK TRUE, AND IT MUST FOLLOW, AS THE NIGHT THE DAV, TIIOU CAN "ST NOT Tlli..\ UK 1'ALMfc TO ANY MAN." .. " *i . ' .? . " .. BY llOB'T. A. THOMPSON. PICKENS COURT HOUSE, S. C. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 2G, 1857. VOL. IX. NO. H. > \ ? J jrxvxioxJL'jcjnx s jiiiibbAUls. pr< CONCLUDED. Its Our difficulties with Now (J rannda, which H()1 a short time sinco bore so threatening an t|? aspect,' are, it is to bo hoped, in a fair train of sett'eiuout in a manner just and honora- 0f l?lb V) both parties. The Isthmus of Con- n(l tral America, including that of Panama, is ate the great highway between the Atlantic mi nnd Pnnlfii* iwnv mliUI. " p ?? M ?v* tf itivii ?% pulsion oi (?(ig the commerce of tho world is dqatinod to w], pass. The United States tiro more deeply hc: interested thau any other nation in preaorv- wn ing the freedom and security of all tho com- jjrt munications across this isthmus. It is our Wi, duty, therefore, to take caro that they shall 0jf( not b...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 26 December 1857

KKOWEE cor I! IKK. ROB'T. A. THOMPSON, Editor. TKRMS.?$1.50 per ornum, in advance. If payment bo delayed until after tlio expiration of the year, $2.00 For fix months, 7G cents, in ndvanoc. Advertlscmentsiniortod at f!i<> usual rates. PICKENS C. If., S. C.: Saturday Morning, December 26, 1857. ?a?" In order that nil hands connected with this Office may have ouo week's reoroation in tho fifty-two, no papor will bo issued on Saturday next. Thereafter, howover, tho usual regularity of publication will be observed Mr. E. II. Barton has boon appointed Posttn.it-tor at llouk Mountain, in thisdisMiuo n n 11.. : i Accident at Tunnel Hill. The second fatal accident occurred at Tun- j nol Hill on tho 17th instant. At Shaft No. \ 2, IIknry Kelly, a bankman, fell from the ! top of the shaft, and, in his dcscont, (the bucket ascending at.tho same time with James Collins) ho knocked him out, and both woro precipitated to tho bottom. Collins was instantly killed, and Kki.lt breathed but a fe...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 26 December 1857

4. It sball hn tho duty of the Comptroller Ki General whonovor it appoara that tiny bunk niri or any officer of a bank has incUrrod any for- jyy feiture imposed and declared by tllio Aot, for uny violation thereof, to cause suit to be brought against suoh bartks, or officer, by tho Attorney General, or the Solicitor of thcCir- inJ) cuit in which such bank is situated, for tho . reoovory of the eamo. And in case ho shall P ni any~un\o nave causo to ouspeottbat a false or incorrect account lias boon rcndorod to him oft] by any bank, ho shall have authority, and it or shall bo his duty, to mako a personal exami- Cft| nation of tho books of such bunk, in nrdor to ^j1( uncertain the truth : aud any officorof a bank ^ who shall rofuso to submit the books of said bank to tlui Comptroller General for suoh ox- " uminatioii, shall bo doomed cuilty of a mis- Rb demeanor, and be subject to tine and impris- th< onment at the discretion of tho Court. wc 5. That from and aftor the said 1st day ...

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. — 26 December 1857

PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE. CONCJXDBD FllOM FlltsT l'AUK. OOO.MMii.vKK Tlio nmomU redeemed situ Hie 1st July was $3,895,2ft2/80? leavlug n balance uurcdeenicd at thin time of $25,105,161.01. Tlie amount of estimated expenditures for the remaining three quarters of tho present fiscal year will, in :-.ll probability, oc inciv ,'.oCu ft'uin tli'e causes set forth in the report of tho Secretary. 11 is suggestion, therefore, that authority should be given to supply any temporary deficiency MY I IIV IQOUU \tl II lilllVKIlt Ml UrUOU" ry notes, is approved, and I accordingly recommend the passage of such a law. As stated in the n port of the Secretary, tlie tariff of March 18.r>7, has been in operation for so short a period of tiiuo, and under circumstances so unfavorable to a just development of its results as a revenue measure, that 1 should regard it as inexne diont, at least for the present, to undertake its revision. 1 transmit herewith the reports made to me by the Secretaries of War ami ...

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 January 1858

3 L mI u "TO THINK OWN SELF BE TRUE, AND IT MUST FOLLOW, AS THE NIGHT TfcK DAY, THOU CAN'ST NOT THEN fiE FALSE TO ANY MAN." BY IIOB'T. A. THOMPSON. PICKENS COUKT HOUSE, S. C. SATURDAY, JANUARY 9, 1368. VOL IX. \o. '_?^leovi?? poetry, ) The Pass of Death. 8\ia It w'tis n narrow pasn, ^'8 Watered with hunino tears, For death hatl kept tlie outer gate the t Almost six thousand ye?\is. fftc And th?{ coiirtoles.s trend ot'a World's feet j ' Was crtir in my oar#? Tlironeiug, jostling:, hurrying by, ^ As it'tucy wore only born to die. Val mc A stately king drew near. This narrow pans to tread, Around him lmng a gorgeous robe, 01 a And a crown was on his head ; tno But Death witli a look of scorn the Arrested liim and oaid, Rtal "In humbler dress must the king draw near, t For the crown and purple arc useless here." ^ ^ Next came a man of wealth ; isli And his eye was proud and bold, ou And he bore in his hand a lengthy scroll, / Telling of BUtnS untold ; But Death, who dtiroth not for rank...

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 January 1858

Kli'OWEK COURIER. - * 1 ~ i EOB'T. A. THOMPSON, Editor. , TERMS.?$1.60 per annum, in a'vanoc. If payment l>o delayed until after (lie expiration of ' the year, $2.00 For six months, To cents, in i advanoo. Advertisements Inserted at tlie usual ra(e?. ^ PICKKNS fl. ir ft: r . < ?*T N" ? /#? * Saturday Morning, January 9, 1858. ? |QrWe return our thanks to Col. Easlev c for valuablo logislativo documents. i Saleday. c 1 Notwithstanding tho weather was propi- * tious, the numher in attendance was not as ' largo as usual. Tho subject of " hard times'' * was pretty froely discussed, nnd it was gen- c orally conceded that tho effcot was j oroeptiblo 0 on tho puree strings of tho public. Thoy aj> ' near to bo drawilltf into n.n iiwliaanltiKIn u ? , ut almost railroad speed. Boar and forbear c should bo tho watchword, until tho late pan- a ic's prossuro wears off. c Tho sale? of the day wcro small. Tho different police boards of the district 1 wore in session. The Commissioners of ...

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 January 1858

ted himself aud officers of tho Legislature to be prosont at tho counting of tlio I returns. There is nothing authentic from Fort St. Louis, Dec. 28.?A bearer of dispatohefl from the aetiug governor of Kansas passed through hero yesterday for Washington. Tho poll was not opened at Lawrence. Tho Lawrence Convention was to meet on tho 23d, to decide whether to vote for State officers. Many favor such a courno with a view of crushing tho State government. Mr. Stanton is mentioned as a candidate for Governor. Kansas Elrctiox.?Date.) from Leavenworth ,to the 26th have, been received at St. Louis. Tho vote thero Btood 238 for tho slavery clause of the constitution to 9 votes against. Many Misaourians wore present, and somo voted, swearing that they wero "that instant" inhabitant* nf Mn? To*. ritory. Somo wore arrested, but Jud^e Locompto issued a habeas corpus for their relenao. Calhoun, tho president of the convontiou, had been burnod in cftigy. There were rumors that Gon. Donvor had o.d...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 9 January 1858

' i pazrnv. i A Heftrt for Sale. nr., ,a?>y. A nobtohonrt V V- kind oml halo? (Gonurous 0 tsidor I) If not noon ?old &t-uiivfita ft.do, Shall go lo tho b* ^hcst bMdor. 'Tis Nature's boon, u precious nhrlne, That ble?slng* will imparl *, A casket ttllod with RtfM divine, And not a thing of art. * It no'or ha* lcftrnl to stifle nigh*, Nor hr\* it boon contracted: Fnlr torun ftlono of him who buy*. Will bo of course oxo-'cd. And I will frftnkly irmke Ihcm known To evory hon,c*t buyer. 'i'liey at)nil bo siich and mtch alow, As ono can well ilonlro. Tlio purchaser ft man must be, Possessed of noglo feelings, For with none else I'D o'er agree To have the slightest doalings. His mind above llio vulgnr crew, Its upward Uight must hendj Averse to vice an 1 scandal too? To virtuous truth it friend. His lips no oath must e'or pollute, Nor idle tales obsoeno; Nor must they court tho cup's salute, Nor tnko tho "weed" between. For gold nil thing-* aro daily sold In evory busy mart; But I w...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 16 January 1858

^^ ''' ^^ ' ' '" ' * 41 TO THINK OWN SKI.F BE TRUE, AND IT MUST FOIXOW, AS THE NIGH ' TliE DAV, TIIOO CAN'ST NOT TURN BE FALSE TO ANY MAN." BY HOBT. A. TIIOMPSOX. PICKENS COURT HOUSE; S. C. SATURDAY, JANUARY 1(>, 183$. VOL. IX. NO. 26. i-u... i ;...! 1 ." J ' 1 ? * piOTOTTO IPOETKV, A Sleoping Wife. DY .1UI.IAN CK.'.MKH. Delicious tusk! to nit and watch Tlio breathings of a sleeping wife, And murk the feature* of tliut state Dividing death from life. How swbdther nluinl>pr! On 1w>>. ii.ia The flUgpl, I'eace, Imth set it* Heal ; Aiul to her uotich the Guard forbid* An envious Cure 10 steal. IIow beautiful! f>he would coin pel The tribute of n stolo'i kis??; Angelic purity might dwell In sui'li 11 uhrfnc n.s this! And here it iIwoUm?uuHlaincd mid Wight, Tlio' hull" concealed by modest four; Yen. were this soul disrobed to-night I'd wee t\u angel hero! How sweet her (dumber! None but thoso Whom iicav n Imth number'?i for its olins Have jtrominc of nuoh calm repose? ouch ...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 16 January 1858

KKOWKK COl'lilKlU EOB'T. A. THOMPSON, Editor. ( JBT. ~ TF.RM8,?per annum, In ftdvancc. If \vsynuini ho delayed until nfter I he ex pi ration of 0 tHe your, $2.00 For ?i.\ months, 70 cents, in fadvance. t Advertisements inserted nt the uHUnl rules. NCKKNS C. Hi S. C.: 1 ? _ 11 8aturday Morning, January 16, 1858. j To Correspondents. t As wo have stated ninny times before, such ^ matters as are intended for our columns, must. < bo accompanied by a responsible name. No i articlo, of whatsoever character, will appear t without this essential rcquisito. This rulo t will bo rigidly enforced, aud is absolutely no- f cossnry for own as well (is the protection of < if Inquest. Mr. Coroner (?.\stt hold an inquest over ( the dead body of AnseIj Ooufkrv, on the 10th instant. From the ovidcnco adduced on the c inquisition, it appears that the deceased came j ,v to liis death by u fall, which dislocated the I nook, lie was supposed to be intoxicated, , from the articles found with the body,...

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