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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 1 May 1858

The Purohaae of Mount Vernon. v Tho Richmond Enquirer contains rvti nd- c mirable appeal in bchulf of tho Ladies' t Mount Vornon ARSOeiation, from the pen s of the noble and gift ! Miss Cunningham, j: heretofore known a.s the "Southern Mat- 8 ron." Miss Cunningham, a.s the majority of our readers probably know, is a Unugh- f tcr of Carolina. i For tho infnrmntinn nf mif ??" . r> cxtract the following from the Regent's ? appeal to the people of tho United States r t On the failure of the Motint Vernon hill v in tho General Assembly of Virginia, we 1 renewed our overtures to Mr. Washington to sell tho property to tho Association.? 1 These overtures met with a favorable re-. u spouse, and on the (5th of April, a contract fl was signed by Mr. Washington, whieh oh. n ligatcd him to transfer Mount Vernon to j ^ the Association, on its compliance with the . y following terms, yia : | f: The paymont of two hundred tlionsand j t dollars, for two hundred acres of land inclij.- ; :> ding...

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. — 1 May 1858

posumvi 11 _. r m Cat&stropbo. ,.1 or hob nRAMni.fi, i,, fiwoct Julia, in tho witching dunce, si Reeoived full ntrvuy an ardent glance ? "* From manly, loro-lit eyes, <1 But witn ik toss of her fair head, u Blic motioriod, us it' hIio lent snid, "In vain are nil your sighsvi Shu was a crciUur? Full of prido, V And full of loftv airs hcntilo? Slio would not smile on any. ,l Ilor suitors watched her every gate, 1 Her glances set thoir hearts uhliuo, 11 And theno wero vlcb and many. 11 She waltzed wi'h grace, nnd polka'd too, si There were nO figures hut she knew, a How stately wero her motions ! pi Her taper fingers, sweetly gloved, f? owifiwi iui uie unrips in tile she loved, il All else woro simply " notions/' Thus whirling in llns graceful daneo, J'1 Ami trying every clinriu t' ent ranee? She paused! ami blushed! while <>'er j t': Hci'cheeks ran tears! how pride wascuret! ki The .strings she trusted, too, had bur.st? til Her hoop* lay on the floor. She gatheied them up...

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. — 8 May 1858

- * ** **A * ' * 0 WT ' - . - * . 'JO TIJ1NK <$*$.&?$ l&'WWK, AND ifyiirojiT FOLLOW, AS THE &I01IT THE DAY, THOU CAN'ST NOT THEN BE FALSE TO ANY MAN." BY R01TT. A. THOMPSON. PICKENS COURT HOUSE, S. C. SATURDAY, MAY 8, 1858. VOL. IX. NO. 42. Words. wi Words urc lighter than the clouvl foain Cf Of tlie Vfeatfc'tfH ocofin ftpniyj np Viiincr than tho trembling shadow ov <Tlial'(Ji?< nc\l hour stools uway %* ' )n Ujr tlin full of guinmor rftin-dpopj, > i Ih the ni 1* n* aeoply ntlrrod ; . < [Of . And tho rottc-lctvf lluit tto tread on u?> Will outlive a word. Tl Yet oil thu ilnfl nl1?mr.A _ T-- v^V'.V VU^UIg SviiU a irehtalng Uusli, a word* k c'' Uoar'mg endless (loaolatlofi . Sll Oil its blighting wingn I heard. hi . Rivrtli can ftnjpe no keener weapon, on pealing tnivor.douth and n>?iu, * ^ ^ '^nu tUo qruet cclio answered t Through long yea*a ngftlh. . X li'ato ktiovrn 6no void hang ntar-liko ^ O'er n diKftry yiwto of yoira, 'And it only sfioiibtnl brig...

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. — 8 May 1858

KEO W E fi CO U RI ER.T , ROB'T. A. THOMPSON, Editor. J?n TERM$.?$1.60 per annum, In advance. If ' payment bo dolayo'l until nftcr the expiration of ',U!' tho year, $2.00 For sis months, 7<> cont.s, in liill advance. i>oH Adverti?crnonN inserted at the usual rate*. ,. - ? - tllO PICKENS C. II., S. C.: bni ? ?- onh Saturday Morning, May 8, 1858. 000 Saleday. has Soveral tracts < f land were sold on Monday, the at good prices. The rc'il estate of Tiias. Al- J pro kxaxder, deceased, was gi^ld by tho Ordina- 1 gfilv ry at $2,230! This tract lies near Walhallfl, j turn and its 'sworn valuo" was less than $1,000! I nte Two of the candidates for Congress?Cols. Kai Vernon and Ashmore?with several of the ; vilal district candidates, were here. They h >d n j\ thin crowd to operate on. j lv a The Texas Almanac. I "We aro indebted to our young' friend, Mr. | Rn<' T. W. FiizoKRAi.n, of Austin county. Texan, * ",c for ucopy of tho "Texas Almanae for 1^">8.*' '11ls It is a wor...

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. — 8 May 1858

"Wakiiinciton, April 80. The Mi!! reported by the Kanmui Oonfotenfc^ Committee passed both I louses of Cobgrcas to-day, by a majority of nine votes in enoh IIouso. tho vote stood in the Senate ftl to 22, and in tho IIouso* of Representative*) 112 tv 108. The discussion on tho bill in tho House was excited, but there were no personal collisions. ITpOn tho passage of th\j l>lll f rx'rtO unMtA I. fci.-.iv TTt-.r? ?yu?*7 UUU lUBOII!^ but it whs promptly chccked." The Senate roceded from its amendments to tlio Deficiency Dili, which was passod! Ml-. Houston's Mcxican Protectorate llcsolution was discussed. Wc extract from the "proceedings of Conpress on Thursday and Friday la.\t, the following items: . . t On Thursday in the Senate, the report of the Committee of Conference on tlrtf Kan s:is bill was taken up. Mr. Douglas objected to -tho .Kansas Conforencc substitute, becausc it did not submit the Leconipton Constitution fairly to the people, but mndo their Admis.sioii virtually cont...

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. — 8 May 1858

P?VraV. To the Mune. How bewtiful is Ibis ere nito, How brite tlio star* ?Ju ohino, All tinker plopoa Ju trnnkilniaa Jluf thlfo lodn heart of mine. "Our doff luia kwit A-burkiu' now At felloi'H pasaju' l>i? Hozo ga/.tu' at tlio fur of mime With cum and plussi.l j. null rum me, WIOll. IftCC tiling, A hanging in the sk'ze, Upward on wild untrrtmled wing Mi thautji* cots dust and fli**. 410 knd I kwit this klod of klo, And soro itbuv the croud, Ide b.utli int pole in eggstusy Invondci tlca*y wloud. 41 How knn the i><Sit's hiborn solo Mix with earth's vulgaV cru 1 Wud il not ruthOr di away Anil hydo front moriol vu." "Ah yen! had I a pair of wings To go to yonder tnuuc, I goss ide jost ns ?<>on Hta tliar From now unU. next June. s1 . "And thar a-roviug up and down Thru puvty flowers idc go, Or listen to the tinklin' rills Wot from the mountings fio." VAROETY, """" 1 My Grandfather's Sunday School. 801110 twenty years efore the commchc*!mcnt of tho revolutionary wnr, my gr...

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. — 15 May 1858

4, . . * * " ' * ' V 1'. ' "-*'! ' " " - " - ' 1 1 I 1 1 ^ ^ . ?.l _ | if I H l|""w^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ 1 " " ??-V ** . - ' -"JJIf "TO THINK OWN SJ.H jjE TKUli, ANI> If MUST FOLLOW, As THE NIGHT TIIE PAY, THOU CAN'ST NOT THEN DE FALSE TO ANY MAN." ! .% ' f ' r ' ? ?, ' BY ROB'T. A. THOMPSON. PICKENS COURT HOUSE, S. C. SATURDAY, MAY 15, 1858. ? : VOL. IX. NO. 43. .illY-I- J...-j-O- jj. ^..j.4 . 1 .. u ,.u-,..- ."l - ' -'JJ'M J-J ...in.. I . . J 1 I ?" ?*-t-?? ?? * ?l?ILt?<Q TIED TOIEYlftY: {; , Soatter the Oerms of the Beautiful. Scatter the germs of the hoaitliful! *" c Ity tho wlip'di^O let them fall, ji That tho vose may Bering by tho oottngo gale, And the vine on tup gartleh wall: 0 . Cot or the roM^h nml thCTudb of eunh ? ,-j > With 11 veil of lojives nnd tlowev?, j, Anil mark .with llio oponiiig bud and cup (, Tho march of summer hour*. 3c utter the germs of. tl>? UefVuHful . ? In tho holy uhvin? pChoioe; J,ot tlio pure, n nd tire fair^mul tuo jgrafetful tjiere 8 In thfe l...

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. — 15 May 1858

KHOWI' ! : ('OUR I Ki!. ROBT. A. THOMPSON, Edi or. TF.RMS.? Sl.&O per aunum, in mlr;inco. If j payment bn dcluyod unlit aAur thecxPUft'ioDof the year, $2.00 For six months, 7a ccnts, in odrenco. Advertisements inserted nt (ho usual rates. ?B?T- r:r_-: 1 _ rr PICKENS C. If., S. C.: Saturday Morning1, May 15, 1858. The Weather, During the present week, has hce'n cold, windy awl disagreeable. Fires have been nocossary to comfort. ? ' The Stumphouse Tunnel. ?PI.- 1. il :..i .i . t?i i . XIIU WUIK at litis {Willi/, Oil HIP J>IUC IvlMgC Kaiiroad, is progressing most satisfactorily. The encrgetic contractors?Messrs. II i'm mil i>, j IIitcucock & Uo?arc constantly increasing tboir already,largo force. Tliby aro making Jino progress, much hotter than durirtg the previous month. The tunnel is complete from he eastern end to shaft No. 1, with the heading driven .a considerable distance beyond. Thr?vn n-onMnninn arn (il?t Otn 1 "to "*v? - j crock tunnel, in Georgia,'with their usu...

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. — 15 May 1858

3Trom Washington, t " c Washington, M?y 0.?In the Senate, to-duy, a rcfOlutipn wuh adopted, n'skinginformation about measures taken to seeuro indemnity lor the recent outrages at Tam- r juco. The Oregon .State Bill was disciuss- y cd. The original resolution authumiu#, 1 the President to cmtfinv niWfcsnfv f.\V>?a ?' obtain justieo from f^iiragiiay, passed by. a n vote- of twenty-live to fifteen. * j, In the IIouso, tbc French Spoliation Bill \ wnH ngniiT introduood. Oentrnl AmeHcan ^ affair# were discussed. Tho Minnesota bill u ivau postponed ui^til to-jnorrow. .The (*o.u- I end Appropriation bill was debated on, il M'a8HIn<jtot<, May ft.?'In the Serpigo, " ?to-da^, the repeal of the Fiahing' Bounty /, was diseusxed, artd ft bill to establish the " Mexican boundary was reported. : - r The House parsed the l.<ogit?lativc*Kxec- he u11vu uuuiciiii ivppropnquon om. \ ,'J'ho resolution abrogating the Clapton j| Bulwor Treaty passed to ita third reading j< bv a vote of 07 t...

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. — 15 May 1858

1 ^jFo:t?\'7iY. Lore Foil Out; the L*\mb Fell In. I loUl my love, one $ti'nn\or day ilow beautiful the ninsjiioo lay Upon tiis \?c.-n?n nT '.lie son; An<l Added: "Tlius my lovo for tlioe Nprvads ov?r evevt Oi-mjilit ?.r nrlnej And makes its inoiaorv divine." *v . ' I told of Pelrarch?known to funic? LinKod with f 1 c pcc"!v twtif; | How 'fas.HOj tlipu'gh'ia prison hall 4'ould .-i ill on ; Au'l added: hot uu'likc tljoni be' inuH Known to fi\me by loving the?'" Then n* wo wnfoli the shtfcp uJ'jibty - j In lioUl* swaec seeiKed bv tit*- hay, I waited for collie nn?w?>i*hiy word? - ! Nor w:titovl long. A noHc wti>- hoard.! And then .-'lie aaiJ, (> Willie, l?>?k? The spook ledplumb's fell in tho brook Oh! T.ovo fell v. when l.ainb fell in: I loft the eharii)ing liel'ds of l.ynu; Tho liiiiiiloii w?lli Mm (livmi -- - - ..MAX <1 ivv rvo?, 1 lull bosiilo llio rill and Ami voweil when next my lovo w.ut tolj | All ot' a\iccp should bo In fold. VA-'MiCTY.' i Aii Adventure iu a ...

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. — 22 May 1858

? ^ iG * " * ' piwt flPtgiuiaiiiE^ "T0 THINE OWN SELF BE TRUE, AND IT MUST FOLLOW, AS TIIE NIGHT THE DAY, TIIOU OA V.ST NOT THEN BE FALSE TO ANY MAN." liY HOB'T. A. THOMPSON. PICKENS COURT HOUSE, S. C. SATURDAY, MAY 22, 1858. VOL. IX. NO. 44. uowcrs, . " fftwoop; That litis not sfceb their charging %?}tfd'droii9 That him itot heard tin; cry*. . Veal through the blood-red sky, A cry' or uciith anil terror to the foe j Tliii'l hurt not scon the strife For llbej'ly iiiul lift\ TUo ttIKI alarm, the yulhmt chai"go, rtharp shot . ami futul blow. " TT. And if the Peace that blossoms lUro'vour Hind, 'J'hc boon of Vuloi', won frommntohloss Hatof Kponec Again by foreign legions hanu'd, Ami all l>o terror that wiw trlun>l>b lato; ? Then shall tho*pirit of old days awaken. And through our plains the glorious cause <4iinii spogli ; Tlio sharo tliro\fii hv, the sv>or<l iipiviu lie taken, Aiu\ plmucl War bcslvide his buttle fclccil: The soul of Sumter llion, Hhfill p(lr 5iie\i li...

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. — 22 May 1858

KEOWjEE COURIRR. ROB'T. A. THOMPSON, Editor. TKRM8.?$l.f>0 per nnnam, in advance. If payment be delayed until after ' ?. spiral inn of tho year, $2.00 For ?ix months, ?0 cent*, in advancc. %t Advertisement* inserted ht lhen?tthl rales. lMCKEXS 0. U., S. C.: uiuui vnijf -luuuwill^, iuay ioao. I Errata. Ordinarily wo do not troublo ourself to correct the errors thnfc escape the eye of the proof reader, nnd appear in our columns; hut, in the nrtielo bended "Koview at Mrs.' Burton's," which appeared lust week, soreral are to he found requiring correction. In j tho fifth Vine, for " satisfactory," read " ?atisfnetory manner." Second parAgrnph, nt lounn line, iur wlto, as ft cnndnlutaV rood " who, as candidates," fte. The good sense of the render is much relied on to supply accidental omissions, nnd to correct errors, typographical and otherwise, that will occur? even in the "heat regulated families." The Remains of Judge Evans. The remains of Senator Kvans, attondod by nn escort of re...

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. — 22 May 1858

- - ~r-~T ^-rr-r-.-T SXXM Frora tl)o Geovgluu. Florida War Cloned. Ry the Florida tutiil which reached bc? by the boat last evening, wo received tli Tampa Peninsular of the 8th insL, givin n?suruhccs that thu war had effectual! closed, though a few Indians aro still lei in tho country. The number is estimate at thirty-eight warriors and their fatmlie: nil. - /*-? i iivj vjoi. commanding han issued orders fc tho disbaudmont of the volunteer force.The Indians who huve come in, nmountin to 1G3 in all, have embarked on the a'tcan er Gray Cloud, and will be carried imm< diately out of the country. Thirty-ei^l warriors and thoir families arc said to ri main behind, full enough, we think, for ai other long Florida war, should they fc< disposed to wage it. Wo copy the following from a commun cation by Maj. 1<\ N. Pago, late Adjutar General, which we find in the Peninsular On tho night of the 2d, Col. Garret n tuvued, bringing with him three of Sai .Tone's men with their families, 0...

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. — 22 May 1858

Mfeggirmg. Man's Two Angels. i?V i*.\i:k in:s.iamiv. Two angel* vritil on mutt?mv?i lui^lil Ami glorious gur?Kii(c?\ in 1 i? lil : Wo rcok. iinJ ??f their ()Vc>cnct!,;U)Oii|;h tliejrkeep Continual watvli, in ? Lavs ilu \\liou,vre ?-lee|>. a Our liuarcpfy giianliiin -ilii-.v, from birth ?i> ileal li, From oui' tirxt nnirinur I*.? jinr luliv-a hrvuth; . i. rwiw-ui .-111.i cujin, invy MUIIU <>ll <>i! MCI' fl'IC The one with Uio tenner :i.?i>eet,' like n briile, \ui4uo heart responsive hent* f?? .jov or w'uo ; The other atern, hut mole u'jililgC In fin fof>. When inuii ?Iqc3 wr.t.t., One miiko! 'Suite* if down, And se-'l* th?' VeooH; Tift* the griftl'il rtjn/wu Ot' goodness l:i>it>? heyonit the |>roiuFe?t mrtno Thnl jmwor ov wit ov geniin win* IVont fJinio. When in:m doc.f H.i.. the other unjro) Write*, lint iKtes Kot koiiI tlie reeord he in<litoh ; lie wur< till midnight \ If. before (lint time ..v|'vii?iihv ivnupn vii 11iv lrruiigt ur crime, 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. — 29 May 1858

^ ^ I "" * ' _ 4 '.' ' ' "* y . . 'rmNK OltN SBLF UK TltUK, AND IT MUST FOLLOW, AS TIIK NIGJIT Tf.U I?AY, TIIOU CAN'ST N.OT TlfL.V tfl? l-'ALSI-! TO ANY MAN." BY ItOB'T. A. THOMPSON. PJ Civ ENS COURT HOUSE, S. C. SATLUDAV, MAY 29, 1858, VOL. IX. NO. .15. ! "rr."""" -- *> i m, ,,,... ~ -i?:? - a* Lay of EncouragementI?*. W. G1LMOUK SIMMS.. 1 Q\i! whii if tlic proxpoct bp elmuled, Villi ? '? ii i ill? i>c iseit; The Wight ;*ui? himself tuny bo ?hvotl<Mt, Ami tire bright crowiV be torn from bin hv.wf But bo ben<lt? never long to tlip rigor, Of lite tempest that bents on his form; Ami becomes forlh anon full of vigor. More glorious because of tbe storm. , li. "r * I roui tbe-?un Jet tbe soul lake its mornl, . Nor shrink 'neath the buttle o! life ; Near tbe eypretta grows oVer tbe laurel. And wo plnckt as we please, front (he strife. Though tbo foe presses on with Iti^ legions, A"'l we hunAfriHtlin ?:u - .vt ?..v immvj 1*1-1149 nuit ?' Keep von palm iu_ the .turbulent vcgiun....

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. — 29 May 1858

kkow ki: cni i: i Kit. ROIS'T. A. THOMPSON, Editor. TKllMS.?$\.IjO por annum, in ftdvftOQ*. If ! pnvmont be ?lol#\ye?l until nfler thecxpiifttion of the vofir, $2.00 For six mouth*, 7"> contu, iit advnnco. I AfWmlflertionN irisorfc'l n( llio usual rjitff. f~ XX- ? * ;?..* - ! PICKENS (\ II., S. C.: Saturday Morning, May 29, 1858. Wheat. The prospect for wheat in this ecction is J not promising. Tho frost injured it to an extent unknown at tho time. Tho heads' aie ahort, and tho leaves arc covered with rust. ' A half crop only is certainly counted on. liiou^n wu ;wi3 noi- mention ko to rogaru it. : In other sections of tho State, ami through- | out the country geffornlly, the wheat crujt ' will, it is thought, be nil average one. For the Senate. By reference to our advertising columns it i will he seen that " Many of the voters of the IVistriot are determined to support Col. A. l\ Calhoun for the State Senate," at tho ^.isu- | ing election. Tho noininution has been made j by flome...

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. — 29 May 1858

where these reports have oomo to tho knowledge of the State Department, application has been made immediately to the proper Collector, to procure from the (.Vptaiu of tho vessel a particular nccouiit^of tho outrape, with a view to make it tho subject of reclamation upon tho Ilritish CJovermncut. Answers to souio of tbeso publications have lioen rccoived, ami copies of them, agrecahlo to the annexed list, avo herewith transmitted for your information, as well a.s for yodr prompt action. You shall be kept advised of those assaults ou our untioiuil rights. ' In addition to these aggressions on tlie high sens and indefbnftiblo acts of violence against several of our merchant vessels, said to be elyvcn in number, a forcible entry ami examination lias been committed by a British armed steamer in the harbor of Ragun la Grande, in flie island of Cuba.- No aujthcrttic.xonort has readied tlio Department j with tin} exception. of a letter from our Cbstil General lit Havana, and of which a copy...

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. — 29 May 1858

POKYflV. You Kissed Mc. nr A tADY TO I1F.R ABSENT I.OVKIt. You kissod incMy Load luiJ drooped low on your bvcnst, Willi ft feeling of slicllrr nnil iiifiiiit?> rest, While tho lioly emotion lay longuo dare not speak, ?... lit--.. cheek ; Your arms hcM me oli! your uriu- were so ; bold? 11 curt beat against heurt, in their passionate hoM; Your glances seemed drawing my soul through 1 my eyes. As the sun draws the luist from the sea to the j skies. And vour lips clung to mine till I praved in mv bliss They might never unclasp from that rapturous kiss. iou kisscu me: i>iy neart, ami my breath and my will In delirious joy for the moment stood still. l.il'c liuil lor met lien, mi temptations no charms, vista of pleasure outside of your arms. And were 1 this instant an angel, possessed Ot" tho glory and ponce t'..at are given the. lilest. I would Hi jig my white robes uurctiningly down, And tear from my forehead its beautiful crown, To nestle once more in that heaven of rest, With y...

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. — 5 June 1858

. , - V?-4s;, v>\ '. '." %%~ ' :,*'fc ' " ' "" '' ... ... . . .Ill | , ,-..... I- I I .1 ... 44 TO THINK OWN 81iL.Jp' UK TJU'E, AM) IT MUST FOLLOW, AS TIIF. Js'lOIiT TIIF I>AV, TII01" CA.WST NOT Til FN ]JK FA I.SB TO ANY MAN." HY HOB'T. A. THOMPSON. PICKENS C0U11T HOUSE, S. C. SATURDAY, JUNE 5, 1858. VOL. IX. NO. 46. *" * 1 '.'f.1?"..1 i ' ' ' ' " ' . i SSLKOTE? POETRY. -I Angel Willie. HY FA NN1 li, FAI(M Kit. Angel Willie?llnw art sleeping, Witl* dcutli*8 HCaluiton tliv hvow. Thoy who loved. 110 more live keeping Mournful vigU^o'er thee now. Those bine eyes. arc oloupd Ibvevrr. >SHllc(l and hushed thy mow of pniu, And all human pflwer, may never Bring tlice back to ua again. Cold, within the ilark tomb lying, Are thy little plityfnl ha mix; , ...... . ...; :i lilt Villi Illlt Stglllltg, Tlml would loose (licit- lev bainls Yet, live not those twining; fingers, Tohehlng siring* of nngel tone, Wliero tlio lioly nntlieni lingers, Hound the bright celestial tin-one? v Angel Wi...

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. — 5 June 1858

KEOWp COURm ROBT. A. THOMPSON, Editor. TflUNlS.?$1,(0 per annum, in advanco. If payment l?e delayed until after the expiration of tho yonr, For ?i\ months, 76 cents, in cvuvitnce. Advertisements }nscrto?l nt tlie usual rates. PICKENS C, II., S. C.: Saturday Morning, June 5, 1858. To Correspondent?. v*o have received au nrticlo oti (lie Ponitoiial election from a correspondent nt Fnjr Play. The noto of Co!. Calhoun, which np. pears iu this issue, reiulora its publication ultogcthcr unnecessary. Declination. A ..j ? f 11 ? ,1 ;;uv iMuvio'Jit ^wn^rnr uumuiun ii liiru j from Gen. J. W. Uahuison, declining to become acandidato for tho Stato Senate. Dr. A. Evins is regularly announced for the Senate, and wo presume will not liavo opposition. Death of Capt. Calhoun. "NVcaro pained to learn that Capt. Patt Calhoun, a gallant officer of the 1*. S. Army, died at Pendleton on Tuesday hurt. Ho had lxjcn in tho sorviue for a number of years- ' Consumption, with its lingering fatalnuas, I ended h...

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