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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 10 July 1858

Camden, N. C., tt'a.y 1,1858.?A most atrocious murder was committed in this District yesterday by a man named Mackwell, 011 *u Mr. Hughes, from Georgia.? The facts, as far as ascertained, arc as follows ; Bluckwcll had sold Hughes a negro who belonged to the estate of L. Boykin, nllll wno nonnnt.!""-' 1- ? - .vwuuiwu uy n representative ot the cstato, whereupon Mr. Ilughes camo ou in pursuit of Blackwcll, who sold him the uogro. Having succeeded in finding Black well, a difficulty ensued, and llughcs received a ball from a weapon in the hands of Blaekwell which almost instantly caused his death. Blaekwcll has not yet been arrested. Nkw Havkn,Ct., J unc 30.?The earthquake of last night was observed in Woodbridge, ecven miles northwest from this city: in Wcstville, two miles distant in the panic direetfon, and in New Ilnvon ?" ?" mile#, nearly northeast from tho city, where i 0 Bccond hut slight shock won felt. Tho j direction of the vibration seemed to be from j pouth to north. The s...

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 July 1858

jPOETiPlV. _ The Quaker Coquettel> ar. coy coquette! but onco we met Hui onco, uml yet -'twas onco too often ! I'hutgod tnmvriircH in silvery snares All vain my prrtyeis lior lienrt to soften: Vi'l seem011 so true her eyes ot' Mue. Vcinod li'ls uii'l b?n, \<t 1?- under, Good angel.? <1 w -It therein. I felt. And ooul I Imvo knell in roveront wonder. Poor heart, alas wlcu eye could |v??s The unburn m a?.s of eircaressing 11 |>nro, white brow made rep *1 now li.v iliits simplicity of ilrpssing! ilewy. reil as <boil )i' r i I," i% ^jno'iil on Mount Myincttus: j With b;din imbucil. they might be wouoil, | lint all, coy priule ! ."he will not let us! No jowols deck lier radiant noek? VYliat pearl would reek ithue to riv.d ? A pin of jjoltl?the fashion old? .\ riuoon I'ti'i. or some sudi trillc. Oh, pust holief! ilie lily's k-uf, In (lark roliof, set* off (Ik* whiteness Of nil the breast not veiled and [irest Benor.th her collar's Quaker tightness! And milk-white r.ibes o'o...

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 July 1858

^?."- . ; : . \a- v * - ' ' ' ^ * '**< * "r K ?:. -.Jy 'xj--* "TO THINK OWN 8KI.P UK TKUK, AND IT MUST FOLLOW, AS TilK NICIIT THK I).\V, THOl CANST NOT TIIKN UK FALSK TO ANY MAN." , %l Carolina. ' ] Would ro'RpCctftilly | BY ROB'T. A. THOMPSON. PICKCNS COUllT HOUSE, S. C. SATURDAY, JULY 17, 1858. VOL. lXiuM^7?,7,:Li!,.?_.P,,MiV POETRY- j . \ The Love of GodI.ovc Tliee!?oh, Thou, the world's eternal Sire! UW Whose puluce is the v:is( ii.finity; Time, f|>no?, liciuhi. dentil, oil. (3oil ! :ivo full of Thco, Ami sun-eyed sera plis tremble ami admire. Love Thee !?but thou art girt with vengeful fn e, And mountains t[U;iUe. and banded nations tiee: And terror shakes tlie wide unfathomcd sea, When the heavens rock with Thy tempestuous ire Oh, Thou !?too vast for thought to comprehend, That wast ere time?sludt be when time is o'er; Ages and worlds begin?grow old?and end. Systems and suns Thy changeless throne before Commence and close their cycles:?lost I beml To^arth my prostrate so...

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 July 1858

KEO WEK CO 111! I Kli. ROB'T. A. THOMPSON, Editor. TKltMS.?per annum. in .idvaiiee. If payment be delayed until nftci- the expiration of hp year, $'.2.00 For .six months, 7/? cents, in advance. Advertisements inserted at the n<<nnl rates. C. II., S. C.: fc^rning, July 17, 1858. j^M^ondents. ^bt'lmnn, dosircs Hkfuturo aid to ^Bfiovc, nntl >111 11 V Demise of Gen. Cleveland. Tlio X'irf'i F.itsl (,'cori/i'iii furnishes vis with a fuller history oft Sen. Hkn.i. Ci.kvki.ani>, of Habersham, Cia., whose death we briefly annoutiecd last week. lie was a native of South Carolina. and was ?1 le defendant of Colons) Cleveland, who commanded a division of the Revolutionary army at the battle of King's Mountain, lie was a kind husband and fath" or?a good neighbor, and an upright man. ' Of the seventy-Vsx years that he lived, lift} ov more were spent in the Baptist eliureh. In : ISM, lie organised a company, and fought the f Indians at .Yutassec ami the Callibee swamp. During tlic camp...

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 July 1858

Kenwieh, leave families. The other two, one of whom was mimed lirenmin, wore unmarried. The names of the two hoys we have not learned. Ksca i?e rtio.m J a 11..?At about Si o'clock A 1 * viMiciuuj- morning, tiirco prjBO.rtora?Ijoiijt, Webb alias Spnuhling, and .Morris alias Moore?eftcetcd their cseapo from the jail of thin district. One of the three succeeded in picking the loek of his cell, and ufter reaching the corridor, broke open the lock* on the rooms of the other two. They then ascended the. tower, and lotting themselves down through the windows, crept iilonc the vnnl'tn Hi<? ' l-"-1 0 .Vw% .v v.-v/ iivmv |'ii v ui niv; uvi11ding, and roaches! the ground by moans of their blankets, ent intoslips for the purpose. Two of them, Webb and Morris, are Mill at lurttc. They took to the river, ami escaped by means of a b? it which they .Hole. Long was captured by the police and recommitted to jail, just after lie had got into the utreet, where he made a desperate resistance to the p...

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 July 1858

j . 'jiv, on Really Think lie Did. ?- it v ( :i \i:l.J s\v aim. 1 \v i 1 i ill tlio l a A !i'l \ '! lie ?Ii 1 ii 'i I'tiniP, i .-Inive.l tllong tin- l i . iik side, Airl slowly WHlidt'ivd liolnr ; Wlioil \v||i> >li'.illil . i.liH' luiliiul llir, I'.llt li i III I ? Olllil I. V > ( 1. i 11 ; (lo I i I In- < .!!> I > !': '.Ill ine I >o v >11 re.ill\ iliink lie ?li-i ? 11 ? > lit! silK'C 1 i -I n'c jiavt I. llt'M lliou ill t.| i|.)ii;;lil m> -v.oc'. ; * ,:vv. " ' " ' 11nek ! 1 " 1., " -!. iI'l'T iltu'li wi('i lii * v 'i Im-kc." l'i ! ' ! a- In- ruse i t!i?s urt'ai < . ' '(! ' iI i . " " .N'>. thill!. it- !.r:c .; < ayain" -all'! S I i'.i -aji) care I j-'1! 11 1 time. I'ntl ! ! awl u < i?>i?1 muMi.' rai'.'.i' t'trcth. a" Sul once unite im.-o into " mi it air." "What hit-1;. <>M li- i"J'v jiti I l. lt it tliut tinn\ but sunn1 li'\v i' 1.<I< ut < f m\ tiii- i i s I > ><\ i S .! i .in >> .1 in lie came, at!or t!,.&g...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 17 July 1858

WKk ' W\^ -l IHiHHHHV why KV ?HS : o : cling.s vc.; ' I 'o i li W There tli?l^^^7pTio.joi.i tlicm. ' When I've crossed (lie Mrcnni alone. Softly sing of sweet I'orgivoncss. Tlirougli tin- l.amli Unit ilicl for mo, M y His cross ill radiance beaming, l!o i)iy lust, my mily plon ; Solily t'illg whin 1 mil passing ' t'vosn tlio soo IK'S of call li llWsiy, May my soul, 'lui'l loving voices, I Rise to realms of fairest ilav. V AJ< 1 ETV, I*'rot)i the Charleston Moreury, duly Obituary. CKM.KAI, IIAHN Mill I'.. ISKR. ^ Upu? tin- win^s of .shiuin-.r Victory conies thojtlark .shaft of Death. Vnd with the (irst impulsive leaping* of the heart in tho ulad ^sliofit of triumph lur our arms, anil our cause, Hi the breath ut' Carolinians is stilluil in mourn iu^prour gallant dead. In that they lived, JJ^yu-s?in that thov are dead, it I pun each heart in ('ar ili^Flevied a tribute. The bitter, those whu loved them dearest flu* tii-ree erv ut' vieturv. to . ? ' J J ? 1 ^ iver (heir biers, and to ...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 17 July 1858

; W'it* flWlWlf TO MmIMWr '* M-r,. % 19 M^v ' I tr ^^^^^^^Kp^HRH^^^6&K?(S^ESSi9?i yt piUSI^'l"<w">, ||||P J' 11 orotlial^NI^^' i" | >o i.i.joiii thorn. Wf When I've crosaotl 'lie M renin alone. Softly sing of sweet forgiveness. Throttgli 'li*' I<muilt tlial ilifl fur we, " " ? . i > i,-> vi ii>> 111 rmiwuiri' nuaimilg, lit: in.v lust, niy only jiloil: I Sulily s ilij: win. 11 1 hiii passing r l-Yom tho seenos of earth nway, May my soul, '111M loving voieos, I Itisu to rc.ilius of fairest ilav. I .....: ' rrv, I From t!i- Chariest >n M jreury, Jul}1 23. B Obituary. O KN Kit A li UAH N All I) I".. IlKR. I'jinn tin1 win^s of sliiniii'.r Victory comas M tho (lurk shaft of Death. \ml with the first impulsive leai>intrs of the heart in the < 1:i< 1 m ,sh(?8l of Iriutnph for our arms, and our eause, llie btCiUh ?>f Carolinians is stilled in mourn^^jjHbrour gallant d ad. In t li:i t < 11 < \ 1 i \ < ?in that they arc dead, il was ^Plcvied ...

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 July 1858

k Song of Life. r.T CUAIH.hr* .MACKAY. HHH jonlt Vto Arc thankful for the nir; Kor J>roiill? of lite. Ioi' water fair; For morning bural, for noon day light? Kor niU'i-niUion of the night; Tor ul/Tcou in Thv ultinity r i.nrA! *io ........v.I.? iHKl /eai.-j nnd bohrohh ns (hoy run, i* vrintry cloud ami summer nun. r seed time rtncl tlio autuiuu store, duo succoaHiou evermore. r (lower and fruit, for l?orb and troc; ccMi wo are thankful uiuo Thottl r'.baauty Jt *l|fcli?h'l sou ml, at lloiit.s tln\'utiivcine around ; r enrol of t ho happy birds, r full of fltrouni, tor jmipIi of words, j r music of tlni earth i>nd son, 9 I'd! its arc tl^nki'ul unto Tiicc ! -J right, for toficli, for tnnt S Tor snioll: ^pB>r health ol' mikul mid Htrougli of hand', Hfcjfl i' power to know ami understand, , liv every jo.) wii feel or see, 1 |H>v<l! \.e are timukttil onto Thco. V daily toil th*t we endure, HRr labor's recompense Hocuro, JKr wholesome zest of appctitOr' food and drink ami Hlu...

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 July 1858

?" R()T>.. A. THOMPSON, Editor. IT.RMS. |i'M' annum. in m.'o. If 'lyni.'it t)!> until I lii'o x | .i?M! ion of tllO J'OHV, I'or ?l\. I I 11111. ".') Cf|i!s, ill ^ mlvanoi AilvortisPliHMil < ili?i>vl 1 :tl tlir* n<U:il i >lo<. lUl'L P VO i' if " " i iviii/ n; v i I Oi I , Saturday Morning, July 24, 1858. The Tenth Volume. "V\" " commence, with this number, the tenth volume of the Cui'Kicit. Another year, with its inn 11 i ] >1; (> I nn<l womlrons changes, has V hpci'i jniekly,leaving traces of sorrow ami !> Mat IVat-, as well as those <>1 joy nml miccs*. This is also 111 ? lil'tli year of our management, ami. although our |>alh has nut heen entirely free fruit iliiiicultbs aiel trials, vet, it has n ?t been without it-- bright ami oleas hmw uiu sum1. i lie jcitr.>11.i tlio |?t*|Ii.is inorousi'il, in every respect, since onr eotiiicetion with it: while tho l'utlire presents tho ttrtost ihi. i ii ' prospcets, 'I'.. onr friends, sustained lis...

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 July 1858

If tins killed and ten men wounded ; Serant ]?all, <d' II company, missing. The . tgeant distinguished himself very much during the action, and we all hope he will | yet come in. ('apt. Taylor was shot through the neck, and Lieut, (ia.ston through the body; they tell fighting gallantly. The companies t'ought bravely, like true men. We brought r?iir Iwircnc ..... ??-* P about thirty, which were shot during the . light. The Indians made no captures.Ih'l'oiv tin* hattle was near <>\V>\ the 1 n< 1 i| au.H picked \ip nine of their dead ; how maI nv of them were killed is nut known, hut i | can count fifteen. They acknowledge having forty wounded. It will take a thousand men to go into | fe the JSpokan country. 'I'llK Di.IWI.CATIoN I.N Tl \M ssl aL We learn from (lie Memphis ISullctiu that in addition to the plundering by the See- | 11 rotnrv of State So.VMMI, ;ii:<I the einln'/.y.'e. UK'Ht Of 81 lifl.tMW <)f llOlllls, tllilt should ltt'> in t lie ft?iii]?tr<?11...

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 July 1858

POETKtY. | Country Girl. nv sr. ci.aiu i.aiviikni'k. T!m ro<l ro>c Moinncth '>:i Iter chock, The modest violet in her fiwo. vu* ' . .,v I.V. WK.U..> The other telluth of her {rruoe. The one an imlox t<> hi:r health, Thoother io her heart (rich pearl !"> But ppcnUoth rlear. the prieeloss wealth, And sweetness of the Country (iirl. There's happy joy with Iter wot-l-. Ami music in her merry TThieli like the w.irltlinjr o; t* > I Alone, (o woodland wild'* lolong. ?>* > plaintive lay of l>ird confine I. Amidst the city's'li/ '.y wi.iil, Or pa'hlenerl note w is e'er de.-ii.n?d As music for the (' u.utry tiirl. c>ne wcftrp no gay Attire, 'tis true. Or gaudy trappings bought with pelf, No precious stones of cnicraUl line. Hut then she is a gem herself. A princely gem more rich by fur. Than that possessed by Court or F.trl-A beauteous, bright nn?l shining star Of virtue, is tho Country (iirl. A Well Matched Couple. A poor man named Misery, w:?6 wandering 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. — 31 July 1858

"TO THINK OWN SKI.F UK TllUK, AND IT MUST I'OLl.OW, AS TIIK NHM!T TI;I! L)A\, '1II*>1 < AN M N<'l 1 I.I.N 1.1. I >1 r -: m V'Ol X NO 'v HY llOH'T. A. THOMPSON. PICKCNS COURT HOUSE, S. C. SATURDAY, Jl L\ .51, Io.jN. ?r?LEOr?0 IPO&YIRY, 10 the Shadows! 0 (Vic sluuloivs!?the beautiful fluulowf, Floating far o'er tlie hills away ; As over (lie sky The light clou>l< lly, H>> o'er tlie mountains wander they ! */ iiu- mi:hiowi<.?me ocauiitui snnuows, Sleeping soft on the meadows j^recu ; Fair are the (lowers In sunhright bowers. But fairer the tlowcrs these shadows between. () tiic shadows!?the. beautiful shadows, Dancing ii;r!u on (lie ocean's spray ; Changing each wave From guv to grave. Like the. frowning smiles of the child at play. O the shadows! ?the beautiful shadows, Sinking dce)> in the moon-lit lake, Where the mountains seem As if viewed in a dream, Ami a world of purer beauty make! O the shadows !?the beautiful shadow*. In the world without and ...

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. — 31 July 1858

keow 11 cquium llOB'T. A. THOMPSON, Editor. TKKM3.?|H>v ntinum. tn mlviinco. If i payment be delnyed until niter the e\|>irHlion of I the yenr, $li.t)0 For six mouths, 7"> cent.*, in : advance. AdvertiRcments inserted nt theusu.il r:ites. i PICKENS C. ir., S. C.: Saturday Morning, July 51, 1858. The Upper Bridge. The attention of tlio Commissioner or Commissioners, having such mutters in charge, is directed to the insecure condition of the tipper bridge, over Kcowee river, at this place. The middle -vrch is in a fulling condition, \ which, if not roinovlie l at an early day, will prove disastrous to si structure that has cost 1 tho district a largo am nintof money. Wo do not know that it can be repaired, but sometimes u " liek in time saves nine." The Reply ^ The author, " 1$.," lias favored us with a . pamphlet copy of his reply to the ' llev. ). ; H. A doer's article on the slave trade." It ! Tills twenty-oight pages. As wc have before | remarked, tho discussion of this q...

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. — 31 July 1858

ccptnnco, and resolved to thwart licr rival, tliouj^li her projected plan for ho doing was as curious as ingenious. She followed, and euusod a friend to follow hor sinter wherever slio went, boforo tlio appointed night had arrived, noting carefully all her actions and purposes. The intended bride had hor suspicions, hut they were not very deeply ...ww, ?.iiu ni'iiuc sac was rather careless in lier preparations. .yhe bought a dress for the occasion?a dress of peculiar material, and had it made up by a dress-maker, Her sister, being informed of this proceeding, did the same, causing her mantle to be exactly modellctPafter the other; she also purchased other tilings, for the same reason, and copied her sister-rival in everything. In the room of the bride-olcct a large chcval glass reaching to the floor was one of the adjuncts of the toilette, and a veil of thin lace was lying over it when not in use. On tho morning of thcappointcd day thoschc ining Hister obtained access to the room wh...

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. — 31 July 1858

P0&T&Y. Questions and Answers nY MONTOOMKRY. Flowers ! wherefore ?lo yo bloom? Wc vtrew thy pathway to the totnb. Stars! wherefore <lo ye rise? To light thy spirit to the skies. Fair moon! why dost tliou wane? That I may wax again. 0, Sun ! what make* thy beams so bright ? Tlio Word th:it said, " I,ct there be light." PI mot.<! what guides you in your course ? Unseen, nnfclt, unfailing force. Nature! whence sprang thy glorious frame? My maker called me, and I came. ( , bight! thy subtile esscnco who moy know? Ask not; for all things but myself 1 show. ?lint is von urch which ever.vwliei'O 1 sec? The *ig? of Omnipresent Dicty. Where rests the horizon's nil-embracing zona? Whore earth. God'a footstool, touches llcavcn liis throne. Ye clouds! what bring ye in your train If Uoil'rt embassies?storm, lighting, liuil or rain Winds 1 whcncc ainl whither do ye blow ? Thou must be born again to know. How in the cloud! what token dost thou hour? That Justice still erica "ttrike,"...

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. — 7 August 1858

J * TO THINK OWN SELF BL TllUE, AND IT MUST FOLLOW, AS Till'. NIOIIT TI1K DAY, TI10F CAN'ST NOT TJIKN I!l? FALSI? TO ANY MAN." BY ROB'T. A. THOMPSON. PICKBNS COURT HOUSE, Si C. SATURDAY. AUGUST 7, 1858. VOL. NO. :J. $EtelgO-Tg'iP POgTOYv The Laud of Dreams. JIV IIHVAST. A mighty realm in < he laml of dreams, \Vit)i steeps thut hang in the twilight sky, Ami weltering oceans nnd trailing streams That gleam uhcrc the dusky valleys lio. Hut, over its shadowy borders flow Street rays from n world of endless morn, And tho nearest mountains catch the plow, And flowers in the nearest fluids are born. j Tlic flouls of.the happy dead repair From the lowest of flight to that bordering land, i And wulk in tho faiver glory there, Willi tlie souls of tho living, hand to hand. One calm, swoot smile in that shadowy sphere, From eyes that open on earth no more? I One win ning word from a voiee oncc dear? I 11 ow they ring in tlio 1110111017 o'er and o'er! Awny from those hitta t hnt shino wit'i I...

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. — 7 August 1858

KEO W E E CO I RIEB.I HOB'T. A. THOMPSON, Editor. TERMS.?$1.f>0 psr Milium, in ndTnncc. If j DJlvmont bp ilelftvcit until ?fl?ftli?ptnir?llnnnf I ? . * - t 1 "" I tho year, $2.00 For months, 75 ccnts, in advance. Advertisement* inserted at the ununl rntos. j PICKENS C. II., S. C.: Saturday Morning, August 7, 1858. To Correspondents. Tho Constitution of tho "Touchers' Asso- j riuti<tn" will appear next week. It is una- | void ably crowded out of this number. Wo arc indebted to C'\Y." for the cxtraet ; from the Knoxvillc paper. AVe may liavo occasion to use it at no distant day. " ttitdiopville," on our first page, lias been , mutilated, by tho omission of the author to j Bond us the scvonth i>ago of his article. It j refers principally to the Examination atThn- j lian Academv, which our readers have al" I ready seen. Favor us again. " II." may rest assured that there is no opposition to the lllue llidgo Kailrond in this district, the rumors mentioned to the contrary notwiths...

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. — 7 August 1858

1 The Baptist State Convention. Tho annuo! session ot' this body began in ! the new Baptist CJhwroH rtt Greenville C. II., on tbo 24th ult. Tho Introductory Sermon was preached by llev. J. C. Phelps, of Darlington. .Hun. J. H. O'Neall was chosen President, Rev. J (.J. Land rum Vice President, oud itev. J. .T. Brantley U A 1- ? * o? . . J 1 Iui-vivtuij-. .'IWUl OV? UOICgJltOS wore in I attendance, the Saluda Association being j ropresoutcd by Rev. W. B. Johnson, 1). 1)., i Rev. A. Rice, J. Kay, K. ltasor, W. A. Onincs and I). .T. Burnett. Rev. Mr. Breaker, of Beaufort, preached the Missionnry Sermon on Sunday. On Monday tnofu? ing, Rev. M. T. Sumner of the Doniostic und ludinn Board of Missions, presented I an interesting account of the operations in W* these fields. Prof. .). P. Boyce, State j \ A. A? ! "" . . , tor uiu xneoiogieul SSominnvy, sub-j ^ luittcd n report, wliicn stated that 805,000 1 ha? been subscribed in South Carolina for ^ tlie nurpoBO of endowing said Seminary, j l...

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. — 7 August 1858

1PO&V-V/. BV REQUEST. The Little Dove. 1 One day. while in n lonesome grove, SatoVr tny lioiid n liMlodove: Kor lior tcj<i in-ito hoTiin to ciui Wbioii m:wlc inc think of my mate too. Ah! lit11 o dove, you've not nlim", For I, like you, c;\n only mount; 1 once, lik.' you, dldluivoft mute Hut now, like you. urn desolate. Consumption seized my love severe, And proyod upon hov one lonjr your, Tin K.-.?.?!? .?r A... And my poor Mary he did slay. llor sparkling cyos. and Mooming chc?_ks Withered like the rose, and died ; Tho arm* that onco embraced mo round, Lie mouldering under the cold grouud. But death, grim death, did not stop licrc; 1 had one child, to me most dour : If-. Ill-- - lie, iin.ii a vulture, CIIIUC agaill, All'I took from mc my liltlo Jano. Hut, bless tho Lord, liU Word is given, Declaring babes are heirs of heaven; Then ceaso, my heart, to mourn for Jane, Sinco my small lo*s is her great gain. I have n hope that cheorsmy breast, w viii u iv iiij iu?c IKUJ gullc IU...

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