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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 20 February 1858

ntfuggle for power, and then rafeo tho last, fo dread issue of disunion. ai^ Uo coucliuica by addressing tlio Couir j K mitteo ns tho friends of Mr. Ikictianun and is tho Administration, who have his best ti< ' , wishca and warmest friendship, and whom j he would save both tVoin danger und defeat. Ho trusts iu their pare and patriotic j JV motives, but ho regards much more thn i 1 Democracy of the Houth anil the Union L" and professes anxiety for their f It*. I'or r himself, lie fears uothin", tirmly standing oii the right, iu spite of friends and foes. ? Mexican News. so New Ornkans, Feb. 11.?ThcTeunos- uj see has arrived. | of Jomonfort.being abandoned by the troops Ti left tbe city of Mexico on the 21st., when nt the Pronuuejados entered the l'alaco and in named Acofbigo l)e Notable head of the fo Government Ue, undertaking tho trust, m acknowledged the Government which had in been organi7.od and nominated its miuis- bi tors. They, howevor, up to the 27th. wore in not in r>...

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. — 20 February 1858

i?L.L:trrtir '-rr.^^rts- f-tr-.. 1 My Flora. ! A f\SlUt>.N.\III.E iWSTOKAI.. Timt bcijii Hli/.ing monster, " Mr. ljuuch," is ' ?iu\ver;iblo tor tbo following lyric: 'J\jll ioo, (icatilcH, luvVcyou scon My 1'lorn paws ibis wny ? ! 'J'lmt y^u may kiVyvr tbe Miss I mean, ] Uor briefly I'll portray. ( Jfo bonnet on lier bend, i Hut on uwck, ,slio woiif?.: i An 'ii?B?i.l In ?i*o with il compares. Its rfliapo'iio'oy? oirti brook, lis une i? ilottblful too; It bnl impart* abarcfacoil look, And brliigts'niuch toriew. llcrdru** m\v pica so the S\T(j1l For it>' swollen exuberance She look* a Monster Bl'lt In hiicIi Dig Den e> p;u?80. Those air-tubes tilled with gas 1*1*. i- * .1 1 ??ii?ni mi uvr uicmooiw Tho small boys mark it its tlioy pan*, 1 Ami soVccch out: ,,Ali, Uul-luou!" 1 1 I A pavnsol slie hears \ For ornament. not use; For comfort, gloves she Wears Too tight, uuil ulcdvcs too loose. 1 liehind Iter hangs n liooil t Just level witii her chin, 1 An Indian Squaw niiglit fttid ...

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. — 27 February 1858

. . , HfSBPlIP PS w /'f ;w * T ' : "TO THINK OWN SELF DK TRUE, AND IT MUST FOLLOW, AS THE NIGHT TUB DAY, THOU CAN ST NOT THEN HI? FALSI? TO ANY MAN." BY IIOB'T. A. THOMPSON. PICKENS COURT HOUSE, S. C. SAT UK DAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1858.VOL. IX. NO. _ ?l?!Li;?Y[E?JP?OWThe Hour of Deathuy mud. ii km and. Loaves linvo (heir time to fall, And liowera to wither at tlio poi'th-wiud'a breath, And stars to set?but all, Thou hast nil seasons for thine own, 0, death! Day is for mortal care, five for glad meetings round tlio joyous hearth Night for Ui; droiims ofslo'op, thevoico.of prayer, But all for thco. thou MiiIiiIomI i The banquet hath its hour, It.s feverish hour of mirth, and song, ruul wine. Thcro comes a day for grief's o'erwhelming power, A time for softer tears?but all are thine t ^ Youth niul tlio opening roso May look like tilings too jrloriofts for decay, Aiid smile at thco ! ?*-1>Utt thou it.'t tiot ofthoso That wait tho ripened bloom to seize their prey 1 Leaves have their time ...

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. — 27 February 1858

ke(T\v kifcou nier. ROB'T. A. THOMPSON, Editor. TERMS.?$1.60 per Annum, in a-lvnnce. Il payment bo dcidyml until After tho expiration ol thu yoftr, ?'2.00 For six months, 7f> cunt*, in ?<iv&uce. Advertisements inserted it the u?hh1 rates. PICKENS C. IL^jS. C.: CJ-.X J *5-1 ouiuiuay morning, reoruary ?<, loot). Return day. Tho number of coses returned, up to Friday noon, is two hundred. There will be othors, which, including acceptances, will probably make tho return as largo as that to Fall term. Abbeville and Anderson returned three hundrod cases each. The Courts of Law, For the Western circuit, commence at Ab1,?.-HI,, .in !Vf I, ~ Mvtoiv iivav , mv M VUI\ 0??V,*.V:VU" ing ftt Anderson, and tho third Monday at this place. Judgo Waudi.aw, it i? generally understood, will preside. Inquest. The Coroner lnsld an inquest, on Sunday lust, over the remains of a man identified to ho those of IIknkv Carver. From the evidence, it appears that his death occurred a few days before...

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. — 27 February 1858

From tho Southern Christian Advocate. Col. Wade Hampton. Wo have received from a correspondent tho following excellent tribute to the Wopth of Opl. Wade Hampton, in one of tho most responsible relations that a man can hold to his fellow-men. Col. 11. was on a visit to the South-wcHt, and died suddeuly on his nlantntinn. on ?! ?> ' "While many beautifully appropriate obituary notices of fhio beloved and honored gentleman have, since the short period of his demise, appeared in the public prints, vet wo deem the full measure of his praise lias not been written, until his character as n mastor has been, at least in some measuro, portrayed. And although we can, at best, out touch upon this part of his character, can out uuniiy ox it it>tt tlie daily excellence of bis life in this responsible relation, still, that tho high oxainple bo not altogether lost, the noble lesson not entirely unread by thoso to whom personally or by character ho was a stronger, wo are induced to say what wo...

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. — 27 February 1858

reoiwy, 1 I'm Single, Yos I'm Single. I'm silicic, yea, I'm silicic! 1 Tlivro'a none to hotlier mo, 1 From senltling. 110130 an?l bustle, t I 11m t'orl-.ill ilely free. I roam to suit my pleasuro, j Ami <lo what e'er f plettse, Willi I'rieniN I while nil hour, or lleoliny alone sit ease. ' 1 0 I'm ningle, yos, I'm sin ,K ' | ( Tlierc'u none when I go out To s.iv. ' wlicro are you going?" " Ami what will you be about ?" | <: " An<l pray when arc you coming ?'' | ;i "Or when will you l>o home?" " And are you never tire?l Of leaving inc alone?'' ' O, yes! (), yos! I'm single! \ The house is dear of "squalls;" ', I e it my toast in silence, 'I'heu make my evening calls ; Or "fore my cosy fire read, [ * The papers of the day. 1 And with my mild Ilavuna t l'utl" anxiety away. ;i O, who would e'er be married? | I To woman tied for life ? I'ore'd do hear both n>orn and night i < ller jawing and her strife? Not 1! and now I'm single. The will I have is mine: And mark me for...

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 March 1858

z% " " "TO THINK OWN \)\: FAISK TO ANY MAN." W r, BY ROB'T. A. THOMPSON. PICKCNS COURT HOUSE, S. C. SATURDAY, MARCH G, 1858, VOL. IX. NO. 3:i. Tho Old Thirteen StatesOo<l bleas tho good old thirteen States, (iod bless (lie young ones, too. Who c:\rcn for musty birth dsiy dates? ^ God bless them?old and now. Tlio old ones first our freedom gained, In bloody fights of yore, The young ones have thuir rights maintained, As the old ones did before. Of South, or North, or Host. or West. Twin sisters alt (Hoy bo; One mother nursed them ut her breast, ,111(1 ttlllt WHS I.IBKHTV. And may the wroteh whose hnrid shall stvivo To cut thoir vital thread, He scorned while in this world alive, And scorned when lie is dead! Now, (111 the bowl with nature's wine, Let's drink '*Und save the King," The only King by right divine, The .Sovereign I'coplc Kins ; Tor they've the only King L own, All others' I despise, lint (lod that reigns on heaven's tlirone, Tho King that never iliv!C, * <)! 111:13-...

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 March 1858

KEOWKK corns Mi;. ROB'T. A. THOMPSON, Editor. TERMS.?St.60 per annum in advance. If payment ho ilolayod until uflor the expiration of the yoar, $2.00 Kor <iix months, 7> ccnts, in , atlvanoe. i Advertisements inserted nt the nsiml rates. c_r." - ?: - j PICKKiVS 0. If., S. C.: + ? + ? n lor.o ontuiuajr inuiuiu^) lutuva u, xoou. \ Discontinued. Tho post office at Hook Mountain, in this district, has been discontinued ; the treason for which is not given. Again3t our Rule. Wo havo rt ?oived three marriage notiecs j unaccompanied by tho uamo of the pernou who performed tho ccemony, or that of the one who forwarded them to us. They are withhold, ihereforo, until assurance is given that all is right. Wo have so often adverted I to our ruloin this, as well ns in other nmttors intended for publication, that our patience is worn almost thread-bare. It is unreasonable to expect us to take tho responsibility of publishing that Which cannot bo certified by others, especially as the facts,...

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 March 1858

From Washington. Wahiunoton, I?'cb. $4;?rln. tho Honate, Mr. Watson offorwil resolutions to inorcjwo the efficiency of the police in the city of Washington. The bill for the admission of Kansas, wan made tho ordor of tl?o day for Weducaduy next. The resolutions of the Tenncasoe Legislature, cpnsuriug Senator Bell, woro discussed by Mensrs. Johnson and Boll till it ! inc adjournment. In the llouso, the bill granting pensions for the war of 1812 was discusacdj and postponed until the third Tuesday iu Mnroh next. The Committee ou Accounts reported n bill fixing tho compensations of officers of the llouso, which, with tho minority report, was referred. The Committee of \VaV? and Means reported a bill for the relict of sick and disabled seamen. The House then w'ont into Committee of the Whole on tho Indian appropriation bill. Nothing else of importance transpired. Tho committee appointed 'to investigate tho allcired charges of corruption in connection with the passage of tho tariff act 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. — 6 March 1858

",c^_ vmivm. Tlio Ills wo Leave Behind UsOh ! whut's the use ot' looking hack As o'or life's road wo travel, Or pausing for a moment to Some mystery unravel ? The hotter way's to go nliead? f.?-t fortune miss or fin?l us, And never cast a look upon Tho ills wo leave behind us. This world hath pleasures for us nil, As woll as eare and sorrow: Ami though the skies may peep to-<lav, Thev niav wine u?> to-morrow : Then why should wo lot present woes Ol' former one# remind us ? They're p.ist?thoy're gone?so'lct'fc forget Tho ills wu leave behind us. Then let old Tinio remove tho utoncs Whero nil your grief's nre covercd, And frighten memory's bird luvny, Which o'er them long lms hovereil; For when within its fatal net (iriin death has once entwined us, We'll cause to think of present joys And ills we leave bohiudutk ABSAri} ttkftlMMa. "Heath nr\d Rli>t>n?A ParnKlft. TU.VNSIiATKI) FROM TIIK OKUMAN. Death and sl<Jep; the angel of slumber and death, in brothor-likc ciubrace, ...

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 March 1858

"TO THINK OWN 8i:r,F BE TKl'K, AMI) IT MIST FOLLOW, AS T11R NIC III' THE DAY, TIIQli CANST NOT TIIKN BE FALSE TO ANY .MAN." - % . , ^ s , _ , ? BY ROtt'T. A. THOMPSON. PICKENS COURT HOUSE, S. v'. SATURDAY, MA11CII Hi, 1858. VOL* IX. NO. 3i. I - - ?ELE?T.Eb",ip?KTI?iV-_ J "Hallowed bo Thy Namo." u BV MIS8 KI.IXA COO It. ,, List to the drctuny tongue that dwells ' d In rippling wuvo.or sighing trco: Go. hearken to the old chyruli hells, ft The whistling bird, the whizzing bee; Interpret rights ami ye will flhd s, "Pij 'H ?- > -I..-*--'' - vi mur/ tnwy procpum : (| Tho ohinxes, IliO eroaturps, waters,. wind, All publish, uHallowed l>? Thy narao!" ? The j?rig?'lm joilrnejM till lie bleeds, r1 To gain tlio altar of 111* sires; 0' Tlio liormit pored aboTO hia bend", Witii zvnl.llint never wanes nor lies; e< lUit holiest rite or longest prayer That, soul cun yiold or wisdom frame, What better Import can it bear p Than "father, Hallowed he Thy name?" ti Tho snvaga kneeling to tho s...

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 March 1858

KEO W H COC l! l KR.' ROB'T. A. THOMPSON, Editor. TERMS.?$1.60 per annum, iu advance. If payment bo delayed until after the expiration of tlto year, $2.00 For six inon'.'t , 7C> cents, iu advance. Advertisements insertod at (lie imuhI rales. nciiuxs c. 5, 6.: Saturday Morning, March 13, 1858. Arrested. James S. Ciiawky, charged with the killing of Wm. I'Yktciier, and for whom tho Uovcrnor had ofl'ored n reward, was arrested in North Carolina a few days ago; and, on Wednesday last, was committed to the jail of this district to answer to the paid charge at the ensuing term of the Court. Public Documents. Wo aro indobted to Senators Evans and IIamnond for valuable congressional docu menui. Ju'lgo Do (jo i, as also son?l3 us his minority report, against tho admission of Kansas, under tho Leoompton constitution. SpecialTho attention of thoso interested is diree ted to tho advertisement fur the sale of the 1 valuable property belonging to the estate of Rookks, in our columns. Mr. Gray,...

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 March 1858

James L. OrrThe March number of tlio Atnerion PhjraQOIogioal .Tourntd, published by Vuwii & Wells, 80$ Bfoodwaty, New York, un edited in part by ProfoBSor O. S. I'Vnvlc who is now lecturing in the South, gives Mrtntlf n?wl l.w.K! ? 1 -?--i ? " " ' , Nivwon ot ppeaiit Orr, and the following phrenological sketcl Mr. Orr has a predo'i&iiinnoe of the vit toaipcrauient, which is indicated by tl largoncM of his ohest, the fullness of h face, the plumpness of his muscles, and h general stoutness of build and breadth < organization. This gives health, wanntl enthusiasm, power of endurance, and thos qualities of body which sustaiu the brail and thereby give to the mind seal, cordis ity and earnestness of notion. lfe has fair amount of tho motive or billions ton pornmont, which gives tottghnc&s, pow? and hardihood ; and he has enough of tl mental t?Vnrtftr(iinoii? , . U.C.II9B I mind and a .studious disposition. He boa the marks of sound health and a strong coi tttitution, and ...

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 March 1858

pgpYv Plant Fi-aits and FlowJti. PI4H) Klowors; yen, Flovrci's! wl.at caroorcoi Shalt tho gcu.'rouH hand deny. TIiojc syv.ibttl* ot' >?ll wu've lost. And all wo seek ou Wijjli I'low^m lo cfirry tho brc.vtli >>!' spring To win lows im I walk-4 uiul ouvo^; Flowors ! sorrow in boai'l or ?vinj$ But etiioUmuong tJioir lonv^s! I'l.ml Fru't : y<j-\. Hfnit! in no niggfml hole. To rivil the -dug-worm'# toil; lint whlu na I tic patriot's uubmigltl soul, Ami d'.'op in tho cream of soil I Fruit, to temper the winter'* ruth, To soften tno summer's rage: Fruit 1 t" brighten the mora of youth, A?<1 mallow tlie eve of ago. Plant Fruit an I Flower*; yoa, Flowers aud Fruit Tho houghs in iv 1>.' bare and cold, It lit a subtle Alchemist sit the root 1* turning thy toil to tfold! Who follows thy foot-prints silently, Nor sleep* whoti thy labors close. Until the wihlcrnoss, "glail for tliee," 18 i)iii>?oitiiii;? like tlie lio'c!" VArU&XY. A Live "Subject" .\ T11K11?MNU SCKNK IN' ...

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 March 1858

' ~ : - ?~ r.? -J- ' . L - - - 1 - ilW'?-L? "TO Til INF. OWN BKI.F BF. TllUJi, AM) IX MUST 4'OJ.LOW, AS TI1K NKHA' THK DAY, TIIOB OAN'ST NOT TIIHN HE FAT.8K TO ANY MAN." BY IIOBT. A. THOMPSON. PICK ENS COl'llT HOUSE, S. C. SATUKMV, MARCH 20, 185$, VOL. IX.- NO. 35. ... J., . i >i ii,i .n ? . r. i|. ;ji ._'!< <? ' ".< . -in... >vf i M|i LJ. 1 I ' "*" [POMTBOAL. SPEECH OF HON. J. H. HAMMOND OP SOUTH CAItOMNA. In the Senate of the United States bk> Thursday, Mutch 4, 185$, tho hill for tin admission of Knnans'into thfi fjnioii being jipder consideration, Mr. Hammond nd dfesse<T the Senate, an follows : ^Ir, President?In the debate which oe currcd here in- the early part of the IubI inotitli, 1 understood the .^onator from Itff (Mr. DougTns) to soy that, tho question of the reception of tho LeOomptOfl constitution With narrowed down to h single point. That point, wart, whether that constitution embodied the will of the people of Kansas, Am t corrcct f Mr. l>ougla...

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 March 1858

KEOWO rol l!] Kli. ROBT. A. THOMPSON. Editor. TKJIMrt.?per Annum, tit nilrnn"e. it jmyiupnt l?? ilcl>tyc<l miiil rtftrrtlieoxplriition<>^ the year, $'2.U0 For six month*, 7o ocnln, lit advniico. Adrcrtl^cmfutM lf|j>*rtr<l o< t??o nximl rnfo*i ?t_.- v. . . zxi i PICKENS C. If., S. C.: Saturday Moruiucr. Marnh ftf) ififiR Frozen to Deathly e learn that Mr. Jamks Pkm rkf., a citizen of this district, whs fror.on to death, during the snow storm of the night of the Sth instant. An inquest was hoM over the body j of tho deceased, by L. II. Vkknkii. Ksq., with | tho usual jury empanelled, whose verdict wus iu accordance with those facts. Thanks. Senators Hammond and Evans have our imtiiKri fur enntimipil Miir/i-njumnn! C..... .... Dr. Evins. From tho last Andorson ftaxrtt?, wo loarti that Dr. Ai.ex. Kviss, who formerly represented Pendleton district 80 acceptably in the Stale Senate, is announced as a candidate for : the Legislature. Tho aiinouneeinent is eipiiv- i nle...

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. — 20 March 1858

Grand Lodge of Ancicnt FreoMasons o the State of South Carolina. (JharUistriu?i^- 0>( 10th .Vtlvrdji, A.\ L.\, o8">8 To the Woreliipful Masters, Warden's urn Brethren of tho Subordinate Lod^m o Ancient FroOmneonn of South Carolina Brethren : At a Quarterly OouiyVunjoa tion of tho Most Worshipful (J rand i<ouu< of Aticiout Freemasons of South Carolina lioldcn ou the 2d iusl., the M.*. W.\ Oram Master, Brother llenrv Huist, having eallc< the attention of tho (Jrand l<oil^c to tin subject of the purchase of Mount Veriuu by the Craft iu tho Vnion, on motion o I .1^- . .aw.* i no tiroou ?corctary,.?eeoniletr by V. I> V. Jamison, W,\ Mauler of ()ranj*?biir; ' t *o*l?5C No. 2S, the following resolutioni trcro unnnluiobsly adopted: WhorOftH, tin1 people of the 1,'nitcd State: being m-tuated by a laudable desire that tin tomh of tin) venerated Washington .shall n< longer ho cofittnUcd In the jiosHessioi) orai individual, hut be forever hold as a publh domain, tho .com...

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. — 20 March 1858

My Mother^ Voioe. or N. r. witua. My mother's roico! how often orcein Its c ulonso on my lonely hours I Lilce lioaljug on the wings) of aleep, Or tlew oil Ibo tiiic<mseious flowers. I might forget her inoU-ihg prnye/-, While pTeU 'Urc':'' ptrtr-bs i??'i<lly Hy. But ii\ the ."till unbroken nlf IU?r gentle (01(00 com? stealing hy, Ami yojlrs of sin niul nmnhoocl llee Anil ioave me ht thy mother's knee. The book of nature ??<! its print Of beauty on tiie whispering sen, (Jive still to me some lineament Of wif&t 1 have l>een 'tnupht'to ho. My heart is harder. nn>l perhaps My man!lnr>ss hiuuirnnk tinted}*. And there's n mihlew in the lapse Of a few nii*eika!>Ie years, Hut nature's book is even yet IV III. Ml I..,..'.. I~... ' ?:? I UII (III in; UIUHIV'I 3 IVCSUU'J Will. I hrvvoheen at even tido DcneAth moonlight ?ky of spring. Whore earth was garnished liko n bride, And night had on hor silver wing? When bursting buds and growing grass Willi a wild sweetness thro...

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. — 27 March 1858

! "" -- - "' '.-? ' -1- "- '. '. 1 . " . . ' i . . 1 i 1 . in ...... . I . . i . . ' ' i. i ii. . ' ? "TO THINK OWN SELF Bli TKUE, AND IT MUST FOLLOW, AS TIIE NIGHT THE DAY, THOU CAN ST NOT THEN BE FALSE TO ANY MAN." 1*Y ROB'T. A. THOMPSON. PICKENS COUIIT HOUSE, S. C. SATURDAY, MAHCU 27, 1838. VOL. IX. NO. 30. r-~j 1 , ! u 'J' i i. i . i. i . ' ' _111 ' ' ' ii. W&M&GYIS1B POETfR-V* y--? ???r.r-_- r?r r' : . It On)y Seems the Other DayThough swiftly Tinio, nnd rapid wing.", Una borne us from oldsi-enos wo know, Yet memory of tho picfnvc brined In glowing colors back to view ; Thus curly friends tonfcnxbcr when Tlioy first as school-boys mot in piny. And yet, though yours havo passed sinoc then, It only seems "tlio other day."' The form of lior wolnvod of vnf To whom wc pledged ull'eotion s vow, Will glido before our eyo# oucc more, Though but in ijisroory living now l Of Mint dark liajf oite (r'oss nlotie? A trensuted gilt?Is sparoil decay, | Y} worth in that familiar lono hc...

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. — 27 March 1858

: KEQ Wll coi'iiiKH. ROB'T. A. THOMPSON, Editor. J TERMS.?p?r annum, in advAnrte. If payment lio dolayod until after tho oxpiraf ion of ' the your, For aix raouthn, 75 ocut*, in I advaiico. ? Advertisomont* inserted at (lie usual rnlc<. ^ PICKENS C. If., S. C.: c ?- e * uuvuiimjr muiuiiig, iuarcn 'til, I80b. , l Tho Ileal Estato of Meyer, tl Advertised by Mr. (litw in auothor column, I! will ho BoUl iu frout of IJikmann's Hotel, in h Walhalla, on Tuesday next, at 12 o'clock, M. g Particulars not found in the advertisement may he ascertained by eut|uiringof the Com- C missioner in Kcjuity ibr this district. 0 Counterfeit Bills. "Wo have seen, within tlio last few ilayp, two counterfeit bank bills. The first was a J ouo d)llar bill on the ''Hunk of Chester,'' j ll which is spuriou*, that bank not lioin?? nl- 1 1' 1 >wed by law to issue bills of less value than j ( five dollars. The other was a twenty dollar ^ bill on the "Commercial Bank of Columbia," s RufSciently well executed...

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