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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 27 March 1858

enter, for a similar purpose, the territory of any foreign power nr State with which we are on tonus of amity and friendship. Jicxnlced, That office in of tho United StatC3 have no right to use the forces under their command in the territory of any foreign State, at the instance of, or for the benefit of, such State, unless previounl^ i authorised by Oodirroas. Jicsolved, That inasmuch n? the views of the President', as made known in his message to the two houses of Congress, are in accordance with these principles, no action is necessary on the part of Congress. itkmcuous Ukvivaj..?Our readers nro nwarc of the religious awakening which has recently takcu place in our American Babylon. Thousands daily meet in humble supplication to the Tlirono of Grace, for that mercy which alone can save, from everlasting punishment, fallen man. Notonlyhas New York been the scene of evidence of the wrestling of the. spirit for the poarl of great price, but Philadelphia ami iioston and other Cities ...

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 March 1858

PQgTRy.. I Take tho Papers! I dt n. p. wilms. i Why don't you t\ko tlic p:vp??rs T r TUoy're tho life of my dolight; T\xcopt about elootion timo, And thon 1 mi<l for spite. Subscribe, you ohiiudI lose n ccut? i Why should von bo -ifruid; ' For cash thus p.-iitl is money lent h On ialoroft, four fold paid. f; #1 inn n.wt Anil pay to-day nor pay delay, I And my word it is inferred, v You'll live till you tiro gray. ^ An old newspaper friend of mine, While dying from a cough, Desired tolienrttio luteal news, Whilo he was dving off. " si I (ook tlio paper, nnd I read Of some new I'ills in force; lie bought a box?and is he dead? No?hearty as a horse. ?> 1 knew n printer's debtor once. Hacked with a scorching fever, t( Who H\VOVi> i<? nnu l?n?- .!?!. ...? < -1? t..w .... .v.... ..v? ...Vl j .. If her distress would leave her. \ JS'oai morning who was at her work, |> Divested of her pain, I y< 15ut did forget to pny her debt, I Till taken down again. j ^ ' Here, Jessie...

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. — 3 April 1858

* IV . I II ... I ^.rv.r.'.l.iJi -. ' " -1^,Tf-*-" ***-.:** J-:J ?*V* ??' *^/x 'A- ' . > " ' . , - , " / -f - . "" * r* t * ' . ,.;,; ; " n . ~ ; *;J T? ^ 1 "TO TljlNli OWN SELF Hi: TRUB, AND IT MUST 1'OI.LOW, AS THE NIGHT THK DAY, THOV OAN'ST NOT TURN HI) FALSE TO ANY MAS." BY ROJU'T. A. THOMPSON. P1CKHXS CO HUT HOUSE, S. C. SATURDAY, A1MIII. 1858. \ ^ i". " ? ' J i-i-r!' ": ?!" ;? V :?|gfc,.kO YE?. Long Ago. **H V ^ bv JOSH I'll Hr.SltY TCKNV.lt. l'rorti tho pratv the couIh uro gloving, ()i\ tho >viill run! 'round tho room, " , v Ciriin nnd upci'triil shadows throwing?? |)rc:vnky ?l?ndows, gliorft of gloqjn. ,v Deep within my lioiijrt 'nr. ciubCr* Of tho prist :iro horning low, s And the shndows.they engender aw nut gwwia oMoug ago? I/iko u glorious pfinoWimrt, Hi before my tlremny eye, llaUowoU hiH..tni<l m'W fiwannn. * %?.< (Mover ami Vrooil.1, i?u<l sky? )lcam?,of Joy ami Forum of homily, Vftss'bssluvo ino to and fro ; 0! to liVe vrgre jii.V?not duty? . ' K In lo...

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. — 3 April 1858

Mowee co i! Iter. ROB'T. A. THOMPSON, Editor. TRUMS.?151.50 pbr annum. in ailrAnne. If pvnivjnt )> . il?I?yo'i antil ultorrhooxpirntion of tliv ycuv, $2.00 For six month*, 7u cents, lii (ulruneo. AvivoriiAduKMila tnsorto'l ut tlio usual rntM, "PICKIONS C. K.,_S. C.: Saturday Morning, April 3, 1858. Special Notice. llcrcnltor nil obitunrion, exporting twelve lines iii lonjttli, will bo chargod for as advertiscir >nts. Tlio party inverting will be held responsible for the amount. Medioal. The Medical Collo?;o of Charleston is in a most nourishing condition, if the number of its Students?two hundred and sixteen?is an index to its prosperity. Among tho names *)n tho list of grmluatoSj wo notice those of Messrs. W. T. Fiki.o ami \Y. 11. II.vruin*, of Piokons, and J. 1). Mays, of Pendleton. The Railroad Jubilee ! Tho pleasure is now uflVmlad us of stating tlint tho Blue llidgo Railroad iti completed to Pondleton. Tho train run through, on Tuesday last, for the first time! Wo congrat...

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. — 3 April 1858

From Washington. Washington, March 22.?In the Sen nto, the Kansas discussion was resumed Mr. Stuart spoke against, and Mr. liayard for, the Ticcoinpton Constitution. Tho lob bios were jammed) in expectation of hearing Senator Oou^lus. [u the House, Mr. Stephens offered o resolution to discharge Woloott, tliu recusant witness, from the custody of the Ilouao, and turn liim over to the oflioeraof the law, tor trial before the Criminul Court. Aftei so?ue discussion, tho resolution ttoM adopt cd by a vote of 125 to 07. ' The Deficiency Appropriation Hill w;u next considered, after whieh. tho llousi went into Committee of the Whole. Mr. (larnctt made a fepecch in favGr of Locomp ton, nnd Mr. Bishop also .spoke in fnvor ol the Ticconiptou Constitution. Washington, March 28.-*-In the Sen tin), kisl iugut>, iur. i 'oughts made a spccoli tn dn imntcuao audience. Mr. Ureen, ol Missouri,responded to-day, and offered three amendments to tho Kansas bill. tonden, ot ivontuoky, also made a speec...

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. — 3 April 1858

2 _ POStlrlY.' jto& fiu: ukowkr cccnir.n. By a Bsroaved HusbandOh. that itfjr haart was-frito fvotu j>ain, from anguish griof ami w<\n; Tljaf [ ti\y wontol blis? gain. My sorrows all forego Tlin ton lor objoct of my cave, When I oit tho Sui> _m When youth and prospect both bill fair, VW joys that long would last. My lotely l-'n.vNcKs then was you,ng, When ilrst aho claun'd my sight. Her graceful fiirs ami modest tongue, Were like u lump of light. Her lionet hoart dtsiain'd doocit, With fill it's tiaUoHug skill, * Her lofty spirit. w;w Toploto, From such a treacherous will. . Not Wealth nor Cushion did she prize, 1 Nor vanity's fair show, I But virtue truth and lovci likoftUo, | ller pk.iauto was to know. ^ Ave, 1 Was blest, and she was mine, Sho \t;6 hiv trui'io mv frjhnd, I On.. .......>..1 - > 1 uv.1.1.1 ??viC v.wa? VUIIIVIU Mj ! ^ And eloser still CljHl teuU. Yea I was than in happy oaso, < And cheerful v.-as my heart, My Jays, my months passed off apace, .D...

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. — 10 April 1858

to. "" " -wr-n T "" ' "**' TO TIllNi: OWN SELF 1MB TUUK, AND IT MUST FOLLOW, AS TUB NKIUT THE DAY, THOU C'AN'ST NOT TIIKN BK FALSE TO ANV MAN." BY ROtf'T. A. THOMSON. PICKENS COURT HOUSE, S. C. SATURDAY, APRIL 10, 1858. VOL. IX. NO. 38. SIEIUISOTSP IPO&TlftY- > Sir Launcelot find Gueen Guinevere. ilt ai.h1ko tennyson. Like souls (lint balance joy and pain, With tears rihI smiles from Heaven again, Tho nmiilen Spring upon (lie plain C'amo in n sunlit full of rain. In crystal vapor everywhere, ni.._ i. ... - Jim* isiicB m neuven laugh <1 between, An t, fur in forest deeps unseen, F The topmost linden gathered green y Kioto draughts o' balmy air. v Hotnetiines the linnet piped his song; ^ ttometinns the throttlo whistled strong; HonietiniP.- the sparhawk wheel'd along, t llnnh'd nil i?te groves from tears of wrongs; j Ily grasay capos, with fuller Bound, In ourves the yellowing river ran, And drooping clientnut-buds',begnu TO apronil into llic perfect tan, f Above tlio toeiui...

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. — 10 April 1858

KEOWEE cor RI Kii. ROB'T. A. THOMPSON, EditW. TRUMS.?$1.60 per tnnWn, in o<lrtince. If payment ho dulnyod until alter tlto oxpirat ion nf the year, $'2.00 For six months, 75 conts, in silvunca. A?lvertiso?nents Inserted at the usual rates. PICKENS C. IT., S. C.: Saturday Morning, April 10, 1858. New Post Office. Anew post oflico lias boon established in this district,by tho name of "Arnold'h Mills," and R. K. Uuj.comur, Esq., appointed l'jst Muster. Saleday. Monday last was decidedly the leanest of its kind that Ims been known. The attendance of persons was small, with only one or two unimportant sales. The day was fine, iliowAVor nml lv.is.rtft' Tho attractions for next Sulcday arc more ' inviting. Sco Ordinary's and Sheriff's sales. Tho Colebratiou at Poudiotnn ikurafltay lnii, a day long to lie remeinborcd by those who colebnitcd tho completion of thelMuo Kidgo Railroad to Pendleton. From mi early hour in tlic morning, until 12 o'clock, M., tho crowd was swelled to vast propor...

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. — 10 April 1858

Mysterious Occurrence. The attention of tho police was callc' , on Tuesday night, between the hours of 1X j < and 12 o'olOck, to a case of alleged suicide,' nt the grocery at the comor of Mary and Nassau streets. A yuuug (iennan, Mr. llcnry Linstedt, was found dead, vrith a i pistol, discharged, lying on his left side.? The deceased was a clerk In the grocery, of which Mr. John llcnry Hickels was pro{>rietor, and the two men ocoupicd the same >ed. Mr. Kickols states that ho, himself, retired at or car eight o'clock on Tuesday evening. That lio was awakod by the entranco of deceased into the room, of whom he inquired if drum-beat was done. Deceased roplied yes, and prepared to go to bed. Mr. Rickels again fell asleep, and knows not what transpired, until in the midst of the night he was aroused by the report of a pistol and the smell, of gunpowder. lie then pushed deceased, and inquired, "What's the matter ?" Receiving no answer, lie became somewhat alarmed, arose ami nr.'?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. — 10 April 1858

POKTWtY. VOH TIIK COOBtBH. The Lost Boquet. TO MISS Tlici'o won a tovoly muMcn C.iim (ripping to tli< mill, With beautiful tlowoVs bidon, My fancy's mind to fill. Could I lmvo only boon there, | Wh:*t rapture 1 would liftyu felt. To only have recoivod from >/ou The tlowevs of re;il wealth. T5ut, alas! Iain unfortunate In eVery thin* like this, An 1 my hoart gota altno.'t clcsbluto Of over/ rural blidJ. ii... I "t ' i impi: II IJUI I ne iast Hoi|ticl you'll nmkc Ibi* me? Ami many hour# I'll pass Willi joy, iui<l Howcru. nml lfu-?. "Out. Ciiaw.V Wallmllft. March 26, 1858. Tho Wife's Dowor. liY A RKTIKED ATTOUNKV. Everybody who know John (.Jordan, know him to Do ono t>f tho meanest npd innst contemptible men thnt over was permitted to , walk tho earth. His brother Peter was not u whit hotter; so that it would appear that ! ineaunoss nui in thu blood of tlio family. .Folia was pretty well off so far as this j world's goods wore ooneerucd. Ilis proper- I tv was ftU invosted i...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 17 April 1858

fi # s TT ?-rr? . I J tl ? ! ? ? ? * r* v ,' & VM\*? *i^-i#<*'' i ty.? i"^'HM*?H ""?? ' ",?* ' r ( 4 *?>i , < * * ?. v? ' v *' i * ^ * ? c v . (Y , p" t " .* ' ? . ' > , - ' .v ? td .Tl'itafe 0\VX SELL' BE TRUE, AND IT MIST FOLLOW, AS THE NIGHT THIi DAY, TIIOU CAN'ST NOT THEN BE FALSE TO ANY MAN." >*?> r,^;.k y w > 77 -O . ' / , ' f' ^ J BY UOH'T. A. THOMPSON. PICKENS COURT HOUSE, S. C. SATURDAY, APRIL 17, 1858. VOL. IX. KO. '.VX ft.-' t- .' J. JU'l'-l.Jmi 1JUJ.IUH ARJ'J'J.l'XfJ . UJi." !. "_rJ ''IL1". . t . Pi ? *'"'l' J 11 I " "' ' "' ' ' '' ' 1 Moonlight. ' ' :Ul 11V TllKuDOUi; M\|ITIV. T)ie ovoun Kliinc^ hrijdti uivtt " .' tM' O'er woi?il uud (jl^g\c, MK Tlio hjids in dulc^co ?o!t , off J.iit',^icczc3 from the lull , [ C'oiuc sigliina, **" Auil .to Micif vuiwjjia liljt r ??; Hciul# sifoet ju^ing. it r.ut'onb flower'5>V. til" worl?t h\ DroopV wtiv pml ch-Viiy, i,t VfehU** hcrt?.l? . . : "ho "I'wfll lHHlHll Mickiy ; fjui yoivU'V JsV!?VtB twin? ..., v>...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 17 April 1858

KEQW'tl GS8R i EK. ROB'T. A. THOMPSON, Editor. TEUMS.~Sl.4t) per annum, in *iIyhiicb. If paymout ho until ?ft?r the expiration of tbo year, $2.00 Kor six months, 70 otMits, in n?lTi>iirr. Advertisement* inserted i?t *lio usual rales. P1CKKNS C. .: Saturday Morning, April 17, 1858. ' * View Subscribers l'o our frioud, wUo scat us tho names of *ovcrul aubsoriWu last wock. wo return our f thank*. Added to thoso heretofore obtained by hhn, makes the list a most desirable one. To those who fool an interest in tho welfaro ..rtl.n Pnrl>li?> utatA tl?.l !?> ?1 ready long list of nuliacribers >? steadily increasing, and its patronage i^nd prospects otherwise bright and cheering.' For tho many * ' instances of disinterested kindness ami assis* tanco extended to us, we trust we aro duly ncnsiblc and gratoful. One lady, with whom we aro uuaccjuainto'l, added five subscribers to our list in an adjoining district. Thoso, with nmhv nHwu* nf a lilrn imttirn that could bo mentioned, h...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 17 April 1858

wa? resumed, Mr. Lotchor doffcnded the Ml hod proceeded to nhow that $0,000,000 of the money anted for was to eunble the <K)vornnicnt to take advantepe of tho present low state of tho market to obtain supplies for Utah. As rogard? a dear statement and strict adherence to tho nubject, Mr. Lotchcr'a cpcooll is Hilld fo hr> mino?>"? 1" M w KKJ./V.4 avt W ailj HiUllliii tho House this aessioii. "NYasjii N(lTo>{, a,pril 8.--In the Senate to day Mr.. Siidull, of r<oui?naua, muite h IH|>ceoh ou the resolution to pvo*out a, mcdui to (JonimcklOJro PanhKpg, in which ho condemned the course of Walker, ?lwi of Pouhliug, but he hpako iu high toyms of the ability of (leu. Jlcnuiugneo- In reference to Cuba, ho auid that tlio island , though anxious for annotation, wn? unwilling to rnlf n nivil Wn1 ?a It .1- .? * *' - w v* i ? ii i<t w ifvWl| 1 ll|IA|I ILj UI1U mui thorcfore nothing could bo done at pfoscnt * but to negotiate. If, howover, Spain should attempt a despotism, with...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 17 April 1858

a -w foawrwv, *: CofFoo All i"j?g the pvaipc of ruby wino Tlirtjiijjh crystal j?oblets flowing, Ami mfli-rimv of the purple vine 'Neujti cu'dlcss summer MoWititf: How well it clmvoi^ Hi6 hiMrt it warms ? Thr youl in sunshine .o'Nvpiiijj, 1 As he:i?!y, ififrlH, Aji'.' Iiopr's bright birth i f,ny chHftU'd wtlliln it*k^pm#. lint wb?reffeM gild tji? <b-nugljt| Which etuvua t)?o;Hp? U>ut pnijsvp T A noutivr fur more puK; *uu swevt, Tbo.-weivjifij 'Twill tjiigc with ikil'k cur's diukeat Liko soiw (Jivino UOaiiu^i Joy fills the eye. nwl hearts.boaihlcli JJoUQaih its inspiration. It ripples through tho silent flpijrtt, In clour, trnnnuare.pt cliinu, Brought freshly from I ho sparkling hoarlli, tly I'hllis or hy Dinah. ' 1 How rich tho scent when pofilv lilont. With or cam, thick, rich and yellow, Whoso currents glide in mingled tide Its pungent strength to mellow! It at ires tlio flush of soul and senso For wit and converse mingle ; For mind's best rays, liktf sorrow's waves, Ne'er ru...

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. — 24 April 1858

* I r ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ '# ' l #^ *''^ ^ ^ '^ TO THINK OWN SKLF 15K Tit IT?, AN'l) IT MUST FOI.I.OW, AS Tllfi NIGHT TIIK J)AV, T1IOL r A V.ST NOT TIIKN BK FAI.SK TO ANY MAN." BY ROH'T. A. THOMPSON'. PICKENS COURT HOUSE, S. C. SATURDAY, APRIL *24, 1858. VOL. IX. few* <iO IPOETKY, ? V.' 1 '-r- 1,1 .From the Albany J-Weuing Tranjwrtpt. ' - April. 1? jlv r. (\ kl.\| ii \t t.. m April, April i? fit IiiuhI, ri Jny uml gln<l?p;M grdqt the lniul, "Flot\'cr? uio nprirtglrtg h^r6 ana tlic?x> ii Iliril* win. .?" ! ... uii iiiv nir ; rtc Hlrtsumlcts froTn tholr Mtcrs (Yco Now aro hnalcniiig oiwthc li ft, I m '<'1ritutii<r In ^lieirp\irllrfg M?y I m Willi ih6 t-ubln'H Hwcctcsi biy. On Umiv wiiigs Ui? 7.t'i>Kvi"? bror 111 JKIoru Hiiiiliug. l'loi'a fair, Strewing (lowers lay >i1"' vyi*l? 111 On the rocky iiioniit1iv'n>'.-< i?iile, lit the .iwciiuorr, in the fen,. In tho (iladc iiiiU In iliQ ;(kn, 1 "Wliyro tliw JcurUr^rt onjfUv dwells, j k WHorc tliu liuftlv >i<mi-i.t....

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. — 24 April 1858

' nqwffiflfigg ROBT. A. THOMPSON, Editor. TF.RMS.-?\wjr annum, in adv&ncfl. If paymant bo 'iolaycl until ai^er tlic expiration of tH* year, $3.00 For six p?o< 75 ocnt.s, in advtu?c9. 'Advertisement* inserted at the xisual rntes. ?= *. r vr;.~ HCKENSJC. If., S. C.: D?i.. "wr* ; A?n ?* Dtftbuiuay mumuijj, April ?<*, iooo. Electcd. Mnj. 1>. A. Lfcnw.TTKn has been elected Colonol of tho 2d Regiment, S. C. M., to fill tho vacancy ocoastoucd by the resignation of Col. P. II. I'katiikk. Tho Premium List. Tho Secrotary and Treasurer of tho Stato Agricultural Sooioty, Col. R, J. Gags, remits us a copy of tho Premium Livit for tho next annual exhibition of the Society. In it are embraced inducements for com noting in tlio useful, substantial, progressive, and ornamental. Copies of the list may be obtainod by addrossinj* Col. Gaue, nt "Fair Forest, S. C." The citizens of our district have beon remarkably successful heretofore in carrying ? oiff premiums, and we cominoud to them an...

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. — 24 April 1858

Monthly Bank Statement. 1 "Wo Hubjoia ? full gyuoptus o.f the .condition .of the Hunks Of this otato ns os.hibitcd by tho monthly Comparative Vic.w of tho ] Comptroller General for the month of .' March: . > Total spccio Oil hand, $1,'285,865).50 j ! J fowl circnlutkm, 07,078,-78.1^; Not cm 1 dfaoountcd on personal security, SI 1,772,- 1 081.141*. Dniiwvut.irt AV srt *.??> I 85; Foreign Exchange, 81,* In rotation to the Banks of the interior j vrith which our people. uro ntof6.or hyssin- 1 timately associated in business intercourse, 1 wo subjoin the fallowing items in their ro- I turns; . . i. Bank of Newberry.?Bills in circulation $4*27,793; Spcoic on hand, ?31,128.86;. IHUs pf other Banks in this ?>lnte $f>,l08. < 00; Domestic Exchange, $4fi0,108.24; < Notes discounted on personal security $7.0,- 1 208.78.' n . .lJaM of Cheater.?Bills in circulation, ' ??01,510.00; Specieon hand, 813,4:}7.4l); ' BiHn of other Bank# fii this 8fute, $4,'041. ] 00; Domestic Kxclmng...

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. — 24 April 1858

ipsfEirnv. Thy Will Ba Done. My OoO, luy l'litUur, whilo 1 .Mi?y . T?r from my home.on life'.-) rouy;li way, O, loixch m<v (Yom my lieuit to *u.y, Tliy will bo tloi/u.'J If tbotl nhouW^t full mo to reeiffU wi.?? 1 "I- " .??.??? Iiii/nt i |ri UU*?II II*" **r wuy IT)IIIc? 2 onlr yk'M TfiO? t* hat wna thiliO-rThy wilHw I filnmM |i'uiing bii'knr** waste nwdy My lit'c in protuiituro ?lc*y*y. My Father, still T slvivu t<? Thy will bo done! "* r.-pn If nffi\in I ne'er slionM seo Tho)Vi(*n(\ inoi'c ilijur fli.ui life t<> mo, | K'cr Inn*/ wo hntli vhnll 1*o wUU ?K?a. O ----- "? - <? '? V??VV , 1 Thy will be done! ( If but my tainting heart be blest i "Willi tby sweot spirit for its guest, My to Thee I'M givvthe real; Thy will l>e done Renew my will from day today, ' Blend it with thine, siU'l tnko awiiy All that now make* it hard tt> sny, Thy will be ilono ! i And when on earth I broatho no niovo The prayer oft mixed with tears before, ' I'll xiii? upon n happier fchore,...

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. — 1 May 1858

I * ^ TO THINE OWN SELF UE TRUE, AND IT MUST FOLLOW, AS THE NIGHT THE DAY, THOU CAN'JST NOT THEN HE FALSE TO ANY MAN." BY ROB'T. A. THOMPSON. PICKENS COURT HOUSE, S. C. SATURDAY, MAY 1, 1858. VOL. IX. NO. 41. SJELEQYflt? IPOIEYIRY, | Indian Names. Yc say?they nil liavo passed away, ^ ^ That noble vaoo aucl brave ; ( That their li^lil canoes liave vanished Front on the crested wave; That 'mid tho forest where tlioy roamed, ' There rings no hunter's shout; J But their name is on your waters, Yo may not wash it out. N c 'Tin whore Ontario1* billow, l.ike ocean's surge is envied: i Where strong Niagara"* thunders wake 11 The eciio of the whrld; * AViiere red Missouri brinpeth ( Rich tribute from I he West; t Aiul Kaj>j)aliannoek sweetly sleep* 1 On greeu Virginia's breast. ... ..... ) ip sny?ineir rone-lino cabins, That clustered o'er tho vale, 1 llavo disappeared as wit hered leaves ' Before tlie autumn's gale; ' lint their memory livoth on your hills, Their baptism on your slioro; ...

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. — 1 May 1858

KEO WE EC OUR I Eli KOB'T. A. THOMPSON, Editor. TERMS.?$1.60 por-annum. In advance. If paymont bo dolaycd until after the expiration of the year, $2.00 For six months, 7G cents, in advance. Advertisements inserted nt the usual rates. PICKENS C. II., S. C.: Saturday Morning, May 1, 1858. Mail Failures. i Complaints having hcoit mculo "under this head," an oxplanation uppears necessary.? "Week before last, tho Whestono mail oould i not cross Chattooga on account of its swollen condition. Last wc?k, in tho ubsonoe of tho Postmaster at this placo. tho mail for the i same route ami Bachelor's Retreat changed ( places by mistake: hence the confusion, fail- ] ure and complaint. For the future, we an ticipate a better state of affairs. Free Schools. Tho Commissioners of Freo Schools met on Monday last. Twenty-six schools were locatod, which, with those already in operation, makes tho wholo number located forty-four. Notwithstanding tho inclouioncy of tho weather, thorc were a largo number o...

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