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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 16 January 1858

From the TclcscopC. Relic's of Solpmon'B Teirtpte. 1 $fr. Editor: Whero are thy guidon vch- t K * ncls of Solomon's Temple ? This tjuostion | wua asked ine by a brother, \Yho mud that' t he could trace them to Home, but no farth- I er : they were taken to Babylon by Nobu- t olmdnezzor?figured, somo of them, in Hob a iMiumvii n iia-Mumt i'wcfc niierwuftij) brought back to Jmtnatam by pertnlMdbn ^ of Oyrua, os wo learn from Kara, whouce they woro taken to Homo by Titus, whom , their forms wore to bo seen engraved upon { | tlie celebrated Triumphal Arch of Titus, in 1 that ancient city, in tho course of .cy 1 " reading, of late, I have got them another step farther, which, to gratify curiosity, it # may not bo amiss to report. Milinnn, iu , his Latiu Christianity, states that when (icnseHe invaded Koine, ahout tho middle | of the f>th eontury, " he carricd off from tho M Temple of Peace in Homo the plunder of \< (the Jewish Holy of Ilolios, the gold table, ] and the 8overt?branol...

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 January 1858

New Year Payments. "{The melancholy ?lays luivo couio, Tho saddest of tliu year," Vhou nates aro <luo, unil lengthy billn Come in from far anil near : When ' hcro'rt a mn;ill acoouut of vaili**." In whispered in your cur, / And won't you pleaeo to .settle now, la ull the tulk iuu hear. Yolt senrco can tako u morning xrnllt, v Without we loi<K you're met, My Mr. ffnbokV, who wants to know If you can't "nettle yet And the hour of "dusky eve," Whoa you do homeward hio Upou Iho parlor tuble, lo! A pilo of bills do lie. Ye chaps, wliose salary amounts To tun times tun n year, \VI?a Jtnnff -I---- JfH' IKUVUVI With such a " foroign uir,"? And wear your tlm-teen dollar " tight*, And golden vent,' 1 wondor not when New Voftr comes, Von seek in vuio for ioet. Ye girl* with empty bonnets stuck, Upon your empty h fends, AVitli high-priccd silk and satin tilings, With, hoops, und Mower*. and beads? 1 wonder what " p > will nay, When Mr. 8pviggings call:*, Wtil. .I.-A u:ii f i f? ii u j1...

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 January 1858

J -'J- '? '. J..""i'. .'V' , .1 ii i l..' 'i I1!?. JJJ.. l*.'.K . .- JL . ... .'." I't-E*-i".- . 1 Ul" iJULJA- J.1 * _ ?1 1? - ' ' ' 1 - - "TO THINK OWN &KLF DE TRUK, AND IT MUST FOLLOW, AS TIIK NIGIIT EHK 1>AV, THOU CANST NOT THEN BK FALSE TO ANY MAN." BY ROB'T. A. THOMPSON. TICKLES COURT HOUSE, N. C. SATLTIII)AY, JANUARY 23, 185S. VOL. IX. NO. '27. ' . ' I' . " ' . . 1 .. I..?. ! I M ? ? . o^re?n if <=^> w r^-? m~- 1 - - u ifOtl. TTlrX W Bayond the River. ' 1 1 Time is iv river, poop ami wide ; ,|Ci And while nlo?$* it? banks wo Hfrny, <1,,] We neij our loved ones o'er il? lido ^ ..Sail from its sight away?nway. i. micro arc tiiey sped?they who return No more to ghul our longing eyes'i ( They've passed Prom life's contraqtod bouruc . To land uuxecn. unknown, that lies .. * lleyoud the river. ^' j 'Tis hid frftm View ; hut we mny guess am IIow beautiful tlmt land must In1; lm< For gleaming* of its loveline?.?, rot In visions granted, oft we ,uce. vyi Tho very clo...

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 January 1858

KKOWRK cor KIKi:.1 HOB'T. A. THOMPSON, Editor. TKHM3.?$1.50 per nullum, in advance. If j payiasnt be delayed until after theexpirationof I tho year, For si* months, 70 cents, in \ advance. Advertisements inserted at the usual rates. i riUKl'iNS f. II., X. U.: Saturday Morning:, January 23, 1858. ^ '*-? ? " ~ , Fatal Acoident. Wo nvrrot to learn that another fatal accident accurrod at Tunnel Ilill, on Thuividny morning last, at 2 o'clock, .v. m. An Irishmun, named John McUit v\v, a hank man, fell from the top of Shaft No. 4, u distance of about 183 feet, aud was instantly killed. Wo understand tlio body was horriblv mancrloil. i " - ? ?- * Municipal Election. At an election hold un Monday last, for municipal officers of the town of Wulhalln, 11. Ostendohkf, Esq., was elected Intondnnt, and Messrs, <1. II. Koriif.r, A. K. Norman, J. ( , C. Kri'sr, Jacob Schroukr, E. Br.vsson, Wanions. For the fifth and sixth Wardens, there was a tie between Messrs. I lit km ann and llui.MViNKRt., w...

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 January 1858

The Earthquake at Naples. a Some additional detail of this eatnstro- p pho have been published in the JVenchpa- t port. At'tov the tirnt shoek the in ham- J tants fled in all directions in nfltigbt; but u t\ro minutes after a much more fearful j: ?hoek hurried them from their bouses into i every street or open space they could find. This second shock lasted more than 25 seo- a onds; both were undulatovy from North to s {South. Two other slight shocks were felt 1 on Thursday?-one at i{, the other at 5 a. <> in. No groat damage occurred in Naples, ? jis the Jmildings arc strong; hut no doubt ii the fright nr.J th&i*?;gV?t:r.u- >vi!! cr.imc ijiany c of the fjick, who were brought out in the ii plight covering of night, to die of culd. In a Sola there have been some shocks. In At- I tone half the houses have fallen down. H In ] Pud ula more than a hundred houses have 1. fallen, and many lives lost. In 1'ollu the o di.sa.ster is great, and among the main* victims are the who...

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 January 1858

" Never Mind tho Mitten. Joe." I.nok uj), <lear .lye, with brdw of brass, i Forg^tth'nt gUMy ftli'liuf? la^s, Anil l?t hor transient image pn?s ? Though sorely t'uncy-sinitteu, Joe. There's noo .l fi-tli in I he <locp. broad sen, Sporting t-hore bright, filr nn?l frco. All I OIIV. I (row. tliilin own fni.?M So navoc niiud die mitten. Joe. Forgot I hat girl's ensnaring gl.iitcu? ^!k? sVihm right prettily the (Rince; Her vaia. prou 1 air*. and dress, perchance To halls of mirth tiro fitting, Joo. But ui irk inv word ? ?with such a wlCo Tied to thy hand ami purse for life, Thy black and liluo days must he rifo-rSo never uiiuil the mitten , Joe. I know one?.sho nover wore I'pon her lingers gol'li'n ore, Embrt.. ing pearls ami gems a score; (Mayhap thoul't thiuk I'm twitting,.loe.) \ iSho*8 ravel v at niiiiiaomaiii ?wn In simple robes, with modest mien, A'vl luce and form like beauty's queen? 1 She novel' gave the mitten,' .Joe' For why ?" ylio na'er with frothy arts IUiso<l idl...

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 January 1858

v - . * -?T, " * V "TO THINK OWN UK FALSK TO ANV MAN." BY ROOT. A. THOMPSON. PICKETS COURT HOUSE, S. C.||\ L UDAY, JANUARY 30, 1858. VOL. IX. NO. 28. fB? /(*>- tv ana n=? ?\/? I - - i* u ii iv. POll THK KKOWKE COl'illKH. Why our Stroams are. named with Numbers of Miles. Yo bright spirits of Indians, w!>o dwo\t in our land. When our fathora' first trod its wild soilns their own, Inspire my mind with your thoughts, and command That bright truths and fnir symbols within Hbc sown, With which to portray, among Tndinn themes, The one of tho 8?ptaw who gave nuinos to our afroomp In tho war for American freedom she lieartl. When some whites wcro encamped on a at renin then unnamed That her trjbo would thcin slaughter, one day then deferred. To prevent this she rau nil that night, unprocluimcd; . The first stream that sho orossed, just oue milo whence alio came, "Mile Creek" lit* lw.?*n onllnri ?v. ,uu "Ijwmiv to namq. Tlion she ran till she camc to a stream of clear waters, Still flow...

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 January 1858

KKo w 11 coi KiKi; ROB'T. A. THOMPSON, Editor. TERM'5'.?ji<m- annum, in advance. I pnvtOiiUt bo tlolayod until iiftvr tho expiration o tho your, $2.0t) For six months, 7<"t cento, li *dv?nco. Advertisement* inserted lit the usi.al rates. PICKENS C. If., S. C.: 8aturday Morning, January 30, 1853. New Post Office. The Postmaster Ueneral Iihk established .1 now post olReo?Rabun Oup?in Rabun 00 Oa., and appointed Mr. II. A. II. (?iueo> Postmaster. Free 8chools. Tim Commissioners of Free f-ihools were in session 011 Monday last. Kighteon schools were looatod. TheB>ard has changed somewhat tho plan heretofore pursued, classifying tin henetioiaries, as follows: 1. Orphans, without means, or thoso with loss than $500 2. Orphans, without means, with father ot mother; the mother's family to have tho pre feronce. 3. Children, whose parents arc living an?l worth lc-3 than $301). Porsons whe may not come under these regulations, oxeep they he more needy, cannot share the bone fits 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. — 30 January 1858

From the Charleston Mercury. ] Hopeful. I Wo givo below uii articlc from the Grceii- 1 villo Putriot, wliicb, coming from that quar- ; tor, is of uo little siguiilcanco. Its tone i.s < something new for that journal, nod wc < cannot but congratulate the Rcfilxtntice mon of the State, that tlio " Patriot," heretofore 1 liond niwl I T 1.? l ----- UV?V< ...... IIUIIV Ul I II Hill IMIII , im."J Ul-jmil I to count the cost. It tinds tint there arc ? greater evils than even separate St;lto ae- ' . tion, and that it is time for tho South to ' "put her household in order, that she may 1 not die, but live, ns a separate, independent 1 Republic, in the possession of her rights '' and propcity." 1 HON. T. H. GKEKN'S 81'fcECIt. Wo have just finished reading this most | ablo aud masterly spcccli, sent us by Jud^o 1 Evans. It is, indeed, a most triumphant * t-- i tx i fiiguiuuut/j 1(1 iv^ny iu O uugo L/OUJ^iaH, Oil 1 tho admission of Kansas. We have Holdout 1 road a speech more in confor...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 30 January 1858

rosYgry. The Time to Die. I would Itko to dio in Spring time, If the flowers bloomed not ho g?y j And tho birds, returning to us, Sang not swoolly all the day. <)r I'd like to ?l?o in Summer, If hot- gentle, fragrant breath Sported not so Boflly round mo. Wooing mo from thoughts of death. I would like to ilio in Autumn, lint I could not boar to have Chilling winds come mully moaning Hound my newly covered grave. I would like to die in Winter, If 'twere not for nil its glee: If tholxdls and uleighH and snow stormn I !!.. I would gladly din nt morning, Hut I alwayn woken then, Ami I would not need so soon Thus to fall usleep aguiu. 1 would like to die at evening, Hut the stars arc in the sky. And 1 love them, and their voices Whisper, "Dearone, do not die." So I'll leave it to the angels, When they arc sent to hear mo lion><? And whene'er L hear them singing I'll bo roti'ly then to conic. VfonVZYY. Jokes of Congressmen, A correspondent of the Richmond South thus describes an ...

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 February 1858

. v ' ' "TO TIllNM OWN SELF 1JK TRUE, AND IT MUST FOLLOW, AS THE NIGHT THE DAY, THOU CAN'ST NOT THEN BE FALSE TO ANY MAN." UY R01TT. A. THOMPSON. PICKENS COU11T HOUSE, S. C. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 0, 1&>8. VOL. IX. NO. 29. sKiLEOTrig? potEnmy. HomeOh ! what scenes of bliss and pleasure Does Vhut heavenly word contain ; Always Winging thoughts of lovcc^oncs, Which tlioir memories sustain. When oppVcsscd with euro and sadness, As among tho world you roum, O with what delight and gladness Comes tho chccring thought of home. TIiama i ?- " - iuuu iiuunn itwiiit your coming, And your name la gently spoke ; There your absence is lamented, And affection's tear awoke. When inoonstant friend* il?wrl you In udyerslty'a strrn hour, And the clouds or disappointment. O'er your darkened pathway lower. Then a light breaks through the dark new, As the thought of hgino dawns light; And with feelings sure and hopeful Can yon grasp the beacon bright. 0, with what delightful feelings Can you turn ami...

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 February 1858

kkowkk cor urn;.! JIOBT. A. THOMPSON, Editor. TERMS.?Sl.oO per annum, in ailvano". If * J jkttyinonl bo riel>iy<;<t until nfltir theexiilrnliouof 11 tho your, $'J.U0 For six months, 75 ot'nts, in v julvAnco. A'lvertiyemonls insortoil n( tlio itminl rata*. xt-. ~ - - - tt PfCKENS C. II., S. C.: Satin lay Morning, February G, 1858. lc " For Congress." tl Tli. Inst Dumber of Iho Vvur. Catollhian I v oot'tu.iis u lengthy editorial announcing Col. j (_ A. P. Cai.iioln, 'of this district, aa u oandi- i i. duto for Congress. Col. Camioun was uom- j ^ inutcd for the high position, through oui* col- j 8 limns some months ?gO, and promptly declin . ] oil the proforrcd honor. AVe havo authority j ji for saying that Col. C. is not a candidate for a any offico. r The Pickens Academy. a Tho exercises ol tliis institution coitiU.i?uoCu j ; ... m.. i\r? lit. r an experienced Teacher. The attention of n parents ami guardians is invited to thb natur- t al advantages of the location. Tlieso, ...

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 February 1858

From Washington. Wahyunoton, Jan. 20.?1The Treasii notes ntc issued as fast us they win bo sif ed, and readily taken* The Dcpaitnn has no difficulty in meeting promptly domand.s?upon it. The Home Coinmitteo on Military / fairs ai'?j preparing a bill which will shortly reported, conferring the benefits the Revolutionary Pension laws upon t officers anil soldiers, and the widows ? ohildreu of those who served in the war 1812 and subsequent Indian wars. T! bill, if passed, will take millions of dolli out of the Treasury. The Fort Snellfng investigating eonmi tco will meet to-morrow and cominenee t examination of witnesses. They have si i?i- j. -/ iiiu juj ujiniuuB W iwonry W11HC8S Tho investigating connnittco on t eighty-seven thousand dollar transacti will inept to-morrow, when the exaininati of Stone an?l "Walcot will tafco place, tli having arrived here to-day. Tho gene impression here is that nothing will em of this latter investigation, the parties i *1- 1 vuiyiUIIJ illiu llJOl'UU...

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 February 1858

(POETRY. Lizzie's Secret. Tho moon wus in the uzurc akjr; Siuillin^ down on me: Golden !>trnn were grouped around, Twinkling merrily. AVith luind upftn tho wieko^luteli, And foot upon the poiso, I listened, still unseen, to catch The music of her voicc. ?'() gentle 1110011." tho fairy said, I would thai I could (ell Whether on my lover'* head To-uight thy rays have fell. He would not socm so t'.ir away, And 1 eaijihl hapjtlor be, To know that on the trauquil ?ky lie's looking now with inc."' "Oh! twinkle, twinkle nierrv stars, 1 love to see you shine: You're beaming like my lover's eye* When thoy look into mine! You're shining w ith tho light you <diotic ? !.. ii inituj ||. |.> pv, JviiukU"* Ho told iuc that In? loved but one, Ami that 0:10 might be mo." " Ami lie will dream of me to-night, Ami I will dream of him, And I will wake at morning light, So sorrowful and dim ; For I am lonely when he's gone, Although he deems n < cold? But ininc'- an all-absorbing 1oyc, Too fe...

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 February 1858

"TO THINE OWN SELF WF. TlltE, AND IT V^M' 1'OI.l.OW, AS TIIK NIGHT THIS PAY*, TIIOU CANST NOT THEN BE FALSE TO ANV MAN." JiY llOB'T. A. THOMPSON. PICKENS COU11T HOUSE, o. C. SAT UK DAY, FE Pit VARY 13, 1858. VOL. IX. NO. 30: JliLJ_.il J.'U iJJ.-J-Jfl-J-gU U'JJ.1'Jl"l IU .' '..!. .? !L1"... . ' ...l.i.'J'L ?. . .". I.I ?| L? 1 . ..., '... 1 .1 .? ... 1. ... -' 11 !" "} *<. < ' ! ' T ? I i 'i . .. I r .i. ?P#gSiTOEni'lriV, Why Do wo Not Always Smilo. TcndCsr flowers do not blossom And a strongly troubled fountain* (Vnnot nlwu.va calmly llow. The noon-day >8 often hidden Mt ii dark aud heavy cloud; 80 tho heart, l?y tempest driven. >lay its light awhilo enshroud. Tlicn, while the clouds ure passing over, A...1 il._ I Vl-.l ?? - - /vuu uivinmmt'u waii'i'B muvo j i IT any should u frown discover, Think it not the want of Love; For friendships light i? brightly burning, "In its 1, accustomed place, Wln*no ?r its light ia Tforth returning. Or tho "amilo iij; on tin? facO.'\, AV...

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 February 1858

KEO W gg cor 11 KH.I ROB'T. A. THOMPSON, Editor. j TB11M9.*?$l.fiO per annum, in advnnce. If j payment his delayed until alter tho expiration of i the year, $2.00 For six months, 76 cei><fl, in md vanoe. Advortianment* inxortetl at ?>?? usual rales. ir., S. C.: Saturday Morning, February 13, 1858. Return Day, For Ihckong District, is Saturday the 27th tflnv K/'Krnnrv 'mcirtnt Favors. Col. A. I'. Cai.iioun lifts sent us a pampb* ( ' let copy i>t" hi j Address delivered before tlio . State Agricultural Society, at Columbia, in | i November last, for which ho will accept our j 1 thanks. | ] Ex-Clov. Hammond has also placed us under j , HJIIUM'-Vl UUIIglHIUII9 lUI lU lUUi CUII!^I UiJiHOlltU \ favors. I Tho Contest for Congress. I The Greenville l\ttriof states hs ii fact that Col. T. N. Hawkins, of Union, doclincshcing , a candidate far Congtcss, in tho wont even tlmt Col. Our will not allow his named used for rc-olcetion. Beside, a correspondent in the Anderson OazeUe nomin...

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 February 1858

Appalling Accident?A Man Slowly Boasted. Oue of tho most shocking accidents it h:i? over boon our lot to record occurred two days since at Mountain Asii, South Wales, to a man named David Thomas, who earned his bread as a limo burner at Homo liuo kilns belonging to tho Navigation Ooal Company. Having drawn the lower pan 01 tjio turn and got out about a cart load of lime, Ho thouglit thntthe burning stones ou the top ot" tho porfooted lime did not descend as thoy ou^ht, nud ho asked hi# wife, who happened to bo with him at tho time, if alio would go to the top of tho kilu and inform him whotbor they bad sunk or not. Tho wtfo wont to the top as requested, and seeing that tho stones had not sunk, but still preserved a level surface, she called out, " they have not moved a bit." He joined her at tho Uiiii,aud taking up a Ionic mm bar which was kept there fur the purpose of thrusting among the atone* when any hitoh occurred, he went toward the mouth of tho kiln. Ilis wife hogged him to k...

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 February 1858

- posmivl From Hie No\f llcdfofd Time*. Kitchen Poetry. I'm tiro I of work, miid Polly Gray. J'ts nothing ''lit scrub the livelong day-? 1'vo walloped tho pot? and kittlon round, ' ' 'Till my r:U'f ire nick of the very hvuik!.' My Iwnd.i are hmd iw ? er'utor'n Iiot -i?iSueti 1 nt>vo)v sinew I vruu born, ii? l,.'..?.? \ru i?ji? urn viit "v'i; "'v? Much ntoro on ou? *!>?* made "ko mfc. There! UuwV'^nKt pot ii spluttering over, T forgot to Hvko o(T the c.,vcr? tho cat In schorclluig, tho bread ib burning? Tito broom is worn to iho very hub? Tho brush Is only a tangled stub? How many apraddliug, hitching motions I've nuide in weariug out thorn notions! T'vo twisted my hips and shoulders out. In bangiug tlio beds and blankets about. There are two long marks'a;lrido toy nose! They husbands mean, but tho deiico only knows AVhen ono will conio! and I must stay, -In this Rlivpd up kitrhon to work all day. There was 1'etsey Graut, uiul Ilulduh Drew? Two lazy drabs as over I know? They w...

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. — 20 February 1858

? . 1 . - ...... I I nil ' "' . ' " ?"" ? *? " rr-^-r "TO TII1NE OWN SELF BE TRUE, AND IT MUST FOU.OW, AS THE NIGIIT THE DAY, THOE (\VXv8T NOT THEN BE FAT.SE TO ANY MAS." 1JY ltOirT. A. THOMPSON. PICKTA'S COURT HOUSE, S. V. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 20,: IS.kS. VOL. IX. NO. 31. ** 5S?u5SSM E-SFHB " Good'Byo." l'rxrcxYoll t fnrowcll 1 is often heru'tl J'Vom tho lip's of tliOftc wli6 paVt?'Ti? a whispeveil tono?'tis n getttle word, Uut it springs not from the liciirl. It muy eervo for tho lover's closing lay, To t)e sung 'ncuth a Hummer's fky ; UUt give to me the lips tlint sny The houcrft words?" (iooii-Hyc!" Adieu! rulieu! jnny greci tlie ear, In tlie gui.se of courtly speech ; TW whoti \vo leave Hie kind ami denv, "l'i? nW what (lie hcaitf woiUd tench. AVheno'or we grasp (lie ha nil of those We would lmve forever nigh, Tho Hume of friendship bursis and glows In the warm, trunk words?"(Jood-ltyc !" Tho mother Pending forth bur child To meet with care# and strife, llronthoa lliro' 'ini- ?nn...

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. — 20 February 1858

- * -^S^Sfr^-xAo^ KE 0 \V| E CO tf RI Elk asr -rrrra-..-I.?r- ~ - ~r: r.-^x^TJr. -tr-tafcs3= -t | EOB'T. A. THOMPSON, Editor. TKKV'v ?1. v> |, >r lurimn. ill ;i'l\\m"(\ If ^ payment be <M*yo>l until nftortlie expiration of the your, $2.00 l'or nix months, 75 contn, in julvnnco. j Advertisements inserted i?t the usmtl rates. I PICKENS C. If.. S. C.: ' I Saturday Morning February 20, 1858. Return Day, j For Pickens District, is Saturday the 27th ! day of February, instant. Returned. AVe arc satisfied tlmt we arc but oppress- ! iug the generul gratification felt by the com- j juunity, in announcing the return of our 1 c neighbor, Mr. Ai.kx. Uamsay, looking uniisu- , 0 ally well and in the enjoyment of fine health. ; ,i For some yours, Mr. It. has been suffering il from acanoorous affoetion on the nose. With t tho cxporionco of B. V. Sloan, Ksq., of Pen- j dloton, before him, (who had been cured of u ; like disease) lie placed himself under the 3 treatment of Dr. Gilbert, in...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
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