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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 27 November 1858

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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 November 1858

KKOWKK CO TRIO. , ROB'T. A. THOMPSON, Editor. ,na ' oon TKIlMri.?per annum in ndtance. If pnymeut ho delayed until nfftr tlioexpiration of Ho tbo year, $'2.UU For six rofithi", 7o ccnts, in u1() udvuncc. i,< f .VIvorMaomonta Inserted at tlic visual rate*. ,M - Clo PICKKN'S C. II., S. C.: A ? 1_ ofl Saturday Horning;, November 27,1858 >c-< Another Turnip. gor Mr. M. F. Mitciibi.!. uxcoIh inTnising Tur- a n nip's, ai wo have ascertained by his liberal!- ly t ty. lie has presented another which weighs firs D 1I)P. without the top, and measures 28 in- up I ehe.s in circumference. We wonder which er 1 of our neighbors rntsn the finest shoals. Xo 'J danger of ;icrk spoilii?jr now. by _ e-j Inquest. n Mr. Coroner G antt. hold an inquest over ]y j t ho dead body of Jincey, a slave, the prop- ( ortyofMr. C. F. Seeua, on the 20th inst., ifes and has kindly informed us that the evidence nnc] and circumstances show conclusively that I c; uho hanged herself on tho afternoon of the to i ...

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 November 1858

Stations arc mud to be fant springing up on the groat overland California route, and the accommodations arc rapidly incrcapinp't CONSIUNKKS AT PENDLETON DKl'or. For week cinliiig Nov. 28. W It Jones, J I. .Siim>*on, Ilunibivtl, II & Co. i it ?ii?.,? i *i' i ...... ? >"-< . .mill, .k i * milium, i iios i'.rvin, A lJryco, jr. K 1J lScnson & Son, J It !!umiir. Dcmly & P, W A Junes, S V. Maxwell. F Mnrtiu, .1 S Lorton & Co, Q II Wnring, It S I'orehcr, Maxwell k Seaborn, Green & ltoi?l, Win Van Wyck, .1 A Uainon, J I< KnmlofT. T .1 l'iekens. U A Maxwell, I'iefcr & Lowry. H Girt Sol, J T Sloan & Co, J Uuwon & Co, Ij 11 llliott, II K lluvencl, Elam Slmrpe, K SymmcH. W. II. 1). GA1 Mil AHD, Agent. Maiuiiki), on the I2tli iiiht. by K. AlpxanUer, Kh?j. Mr. E. J.Nixln MisstlAnuiKT Funitr.ktku, nil of l'ickonx. KLFOIIT OF tlio Commissioners of lloads, 2il Regiment, S. C. M., to Fall Term, 18f)8. IS08. . > < J)r. To cash received of J W L Carey, ...

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 November 1858

. -- '** r._ *f <WB? Ui-f 1 v' vMfllWu. -v>'- r'dCaEX. tt? . nnw?7. ? *.- ?. . . ?? ?? -. VOI rnwM. ? * ? .vvcwiH. inv <> ?*'t , MWMdywi .v vf .. CMItH .r .^0*Wfci?IVAfc B*W?, vuu '^i 1 i * Ol '-^?. ?*%. y, ' VM. 'WIivr- ?< J <X . WS HV?W. ,-v. ''' K 1 ? ? M . v*iiv>: Jt%\. '*? ni l Ull^r. N*?, III \Vvui: u.m. oinithinjj iiiiIrA, ! Miw 4* ?(u> )i*v< h } ?!?. ri '.>un * -A HintiJl ?VivMi7i(>, l.>vr, > ?? v"f< ?m rvM-\ wo?-k. bnm< vii?i ilr> nf>i <><.ubi ii 1 trill)ifn)\v 1 sj'O.ik : ! 1 ?i\ 'kni*c>i?i??<V tvhiio for crorv <l*y, j M v irri?f ilpniiiiiil? I !l The laudres*' bills and doctor's pills Ntv puree crvunot withstand. w TVir Ktnnia?bet the fool* put out to Kor San Krancisco's shore, pt Dig for }?o\(l quick and quick siWer, ui Anil ot her sorts of ore, 1 knew n pair of diamonds bright, f(] Tluit love and mischief speak. ,] Those eyes of thine, if they wore mine, l>C!<r I'nmiii?Uyesth.it are ?o black '' M...

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. — 27 November 1858

IPOgTiftV. Front tho Trumpet r.lnstof KvccJvm. Lines to Emma. Dcir Emma?Since you loft us nil, I linve been full of woes', Mjr liorvl lias aoli?'*l. tnv liearl in siek. I \e corn* upon mv toes : 1 ? o\tptI?t in polka, nnd in tvult*, From K?\*o 10 lint relief, A tul so I got h p)u|;ity lot Of corns, to fpeil my grief. T>fvr Kinnn?Patent leathers nvr No joke, upon my word, A law rthnuM he onaelc<l 'gniust A prnctico so ahsunl; Tliey may talk about guano. hut If one would raise a crop, With patients tight and pinching quite, Just let him take o hop. Pear Knuna?A small fortune, l<?ve, Vou cost me every week, I hope yon <lo not doubt it dear, For truthfully I speak : $i * 'kerchiefs while for every 'lay, My ccasclcM grief demands, The lnmlrosn' bills and doctor's pills My purse cannot withstand. Pear Emma?Lot tho fool* put out For San Francisco's shore. Dig for gold quick and quick silrer, And other sorts of ore, 1 know a p-vir of diamond* bright. That love and mischief speak...

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. — 4 December 1858

I '"N . / A , ) { ^S^B^HlPSlWl^fer SfAfe" W?? Ft? H? /rj rj: r^ p^ ^ > v\* ? Wat/ 3 P i$ih i In! i 111 \ri I H Dpi-m " "\J\ JEl ILL' l/u J~S Jj ; \^J {^J 1^' JU LI _j J(J mva durable j - ; .. ., *' vv" " " ' Hue n<- >* ?? "TO TII1NK OWN SKLP 1JK TKUU, AND IT ;.4tTST FOLLOW, AS TIIK NIGHT TIIF, I)AV, TIIOH CANST NOT Til FN HI'. FALSI-: TO ANY MAN." BY ROB'T. A. THOMPSON. PICKBNS COURT HOUSE, S. C. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 4, 185& VOL. X. |iU. poiiimfcAt. 11 GOVERNOR'S MESSAGE. I bellow Citizen# nj'li'te Hjnato and Hhuc oj' I Uepvescntulice.-i; j Uiulor the provision (if a wise and well- t balanced Constitmion. the chmc of Autumn ji brings with it the season of deliberation for ' the common weal. Assembled, therefore, in , council, I greet yon with a grateful heart, sensibly impressed by the mercies wo have .v oxneriohced the nasi year, and wiili m? <-v. ' prcsalon of inv willingnOHs and desire to N unite with you in alt that can contribute to ( the welfare of tlio State. t ...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 4 December 1858

HI ?W1H Jll ?CD UJ] lS lltEESa m?:?. dV*frnMo - .. ., -* \ vy" ' ttuo us- t Mo& " - I I. I I , , ? I I . .1 Oils. I j _ . - , I .1 ' . II p "TO THIN]' OWN SFLF 15 H TRUU, AND IT MUST FOLLOW, AM THF NIGHT TIIF, DAY. TUOT1 CAN'ST NOT Til FN* HI' FALSI' TO ANY MAN." BY ROB'T. A. THOMPSON. PICKENS COURT HOUSE, S. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 4, 18;") VOL. X. :\0. ~'v>. j > GOVERNOR'S MESSAGE. 1 fellow Citizenh nj'l/te Hutatc and ILtiue of 1 Representatives ; : j Under the provision of a wise and well- t balanced Constitution, the clo.se of An to inn : bringt; with it the .season of deliberation for ' tho common weal. A.-sonihled, therefore, in j council, 1 greet you with a grateful heart, ecusioiy iiiipicsycu uy me mercies we Itavo .' csptfrionceu the past year, and with an ex- 1 prcssion (if my williitgiicsH and desire to ^ unite with yon in all that can contribute to ( the welfare f>f the State. t II i ? u?tiin my painful du' v to announce | n vacancy in the Senatcof tli . I aited ...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 4 December 1858

KEOWEH ( or 111 EH. ROB'T. A. THOMPSON, Editor. [' TKUMS.?per annum. in advnnrc. If 11 pay moil t l??s ?l?lnye'l until ul'ioi- tlic oxpinilion of 1? ho,veil1, .$-.00 For ."ix months, 7.? coins, in adjunct. 01 Advertisements inserted :\t tliotisunl rnt<\?. (> sc..-. m PICKENS C. II., S. C.: Saturday Morning, December 4, 1858. U' Absent. 11 The Enirou lias boon ncocssarily absent the lust two wcolts. Muring this time, Jos. nI J. Norton*, E.^p, bus hud clmrgo of tbo pnjior. ami bis most acceptably filled its columns. Our Mte return prevents our dovot- ! J* iug the usual time and attention to this inuu- i 'i her; and for this indulgence is nskod, with j r;i the usual promptness promised for the future. ( lfl PorlT Jv The first drovo of Western hops passed through the village this week. A few sales were made at six cents, gross. With the ? number of pork hogs in the country, the price c< ' is considered high, and the article will prob- Cl ably rate lower when othor droves arrive...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 4 December 1858

which, an he once remarked, i.s "Amor- | -n ioan by his grand-mother Josephine," , rp might wed tho little princess royal .of Spain ?.v undar a general Kuropean guarantee, and ^ extinguish forever the Vankeo dream of r,, annexation. ^ The States thinks the .Yincriean Cabinet ta cannot lie ignorant, of tho fact that some Tumi ih in ngiwuiun xor "establishing l.'ubu beyond the reach of the Yankees," a plsm which lias been dimly hinted ?t by both the 1,1 French and Spanish court journals during j;( the last, few months. No proof that nny jj suoh plan has ever been formed is, as yet, d< in possession of the public. Cuba, in good di time, will fall into American bands. If a J? treaty could be formed with Spain, by " which the present henvy burthens upon _ American commerce with that island could ; be removed, it would be the next best thing to annexation, and would load ultimately to that result. F. Hl'Icwk.?"We learn that on "Wodncs- j?i day lnnt, about 4 o'clock in tlic morning, Mi ...

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. — 4 December 1858

Governor's Message. |! (co.\ei.ri>Ki>.) I o lovation of tlio Aniorioiin ohnnu'tor: iiotliin^ which provu? t?> Ktrtitigurts tile Niiporiori- < ty cl'rtiiiif'l fin*our progressive mid j?rowi:ig v mntrv, ft* (ho unanimity with tvhioh thv 1 cnu*c ofoUu.itiiin <h uvitvyw 'tore iMiibrnood l?v it! 1 divs^riptioiH ot oui'po?p!e. Tlvntifore, n'iy iiK'Oiitivo ^o the Htiiiptirluf education nj.?v well l.'i? Jpare I. S5.it. it is important that its ! tru" ' :? lei .s!i??11T<I l>o often presented to tlio pnijlieVve: f ?r , i\ . ! fi-oo Government is tho j?ro it glory of the lui:>uui r.ico, the clucation nf i!hj ]>e tplc is the appropriate moans of mixing ni-inkin 1 to tho proper rank of freemen?but to edurnto the penile implies a pvste.n th:it eoinprohon<ls tlio whole soeiotv. There w;v?. in the darkest time*, u lenrnoI TV ? t '?** \V!14 If frittat !?/ ?? ???. ! ? arrangements oti tho basis of exclusion?for ; to force lihoral systems of legislation upon the ij*novi\n...

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. — 11 December 1858

"TO THINK OWN SKLF 15E TRUE, AND IT MUST FOLLOW, AS TIIE NIGHT THE DAV, THOU CANST NOT Til KN HE FALSE TO ANY MAN." BY ROli'T. A. THOMPSON. PICKENS C0U11T HOUSE, S. C. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1858. VOL. X. NO. 21. 5?&!LIE?YI?!S> IPOlEYlftV, ? 1 ? . n The Farmer's Fireside. How happy was the eventide, ' ? In tiro good old days now past find gone, i As ronn<l the farmer's fireside. We gutlieretl when tlio day wen gone; The tin-light flickering on the wall, j Swoct voices sounded in the hall. Then songs nnd mirth and tnlcf. went round, Anil mnnv n ?KAitf j - ??>h?>vi yi??i? j Rang out yritb ioyous penlings sound, ; ' Which loving hearts grew warm to hear; I I1 Clay shadows danccl upon the wall, l.ike city belle at the city ball. : " ! a Tho rudybluzo of the great pine fire, Ginned on I lie. good dame, happy and mihl; Uuvnished the locks of (lie gray haired fire, n Tainted the cheeks of the frolicking child; n Vrightencd with lustre the long broad hall; (,'nst many elmdow...

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. — 11 December 1858

ivK 0 w'eI IP Ijlill ' ROBT. A. THOMPSON, Editor. TRR.NtS, $1."?0 ptr anniim, In tvlvanco. If ^ payment 1)0 iloUyoil imiil after tho expiration ol' tlio your, $w.OO For six months, 76 cont.s, in ; t. advance. Advert isornenta insorte'l at the usual rates. =r_ .... _ I m Dint'uv ci /i ir n /i I jtiviyejucf Kj. ii., s. Vj. : j tn j in Saturday Morning, December 11,1858. . . Special- j cv Persons having business with our Con- , ... . 1 cu grossional ttcprcsontati' c, in liis official on- j ^ pacity, must address Col. Okk, at Washing- ! t'|, ton, until the Ith of March noxt. Aftor lliat Tl time, 8ue.li communications should bo ad- j to drcs?o?l to Col. J. D. Asii mohe, at Anderson, j u.' until tho 1st Monday in December next; ^ afterwards to Washington. t\ Legislative- p( Tlic proceedings of tho Legislature. or so much thereof as arc important, may be ni found in our columns. Wo arc indebted to j*1 tho Carolinian for the report. J' Sale of Negroes- uj At tho sale of the personal ontnte ...

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. — 11 December 1858

mid won ordered to tlio Senate. | I Hill to amend the law in rotation to , a ploadinj^ and procedure in Courts of Kqui- t ty. spirited discussion ensued on the adoption of this bill, and was participated s in by Messrs. l'erry, Inglis, Muuumuuer, p .....1 'IM.~ r? ' " 1 r .nw?, j. uu lUUl lll HCCllOlt Ot tlic ll bill only was finally adopted, nnd the titlo t changed to "u bill to amend the law in re- t l.ition to sales made under authorities of the v Courts of Equity. (, On tho Oth instant, both Houses joined ii in the exorcises of tlie College Commence- I t incut, and returned to tin ir respectivo halls j v ?? > I. l? ? ?V it U V1VIUA, 1. 1*1. I III the House, Mr. Hammond introduc- t| eda resolution that the memorial of sundry t citizens of Ihirnwoll, Lexington, Orange- t burjjj and Kdgefiold Districts, for a new } election district, to be called Calhoun, be 1 made the special ol der for Wednesday next, i at 1 o'clock. Agreed to. v A bill for the allowance of appeals on s bills ...

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. — 11 December 1858

i' Scatter the Germs of the Boaiitiful. '' Scatter tho germs of the beautiful! , 11 By the wuysiilo let them ('all. , It That the rose may *i'?rin|{ by thocottagc gate, v And the vine on tho garden wall; . I ( Cover the rough nnd tho rude of earth mm i\ von 01 teavi'D nml Howors, Aii'l mark with the opening biul and cup n The march of summer hours. 11 Scatter the germs of the beautiful lu .'.ho holy shrine of hon c: " Lot tlic pure, the fair, and the graceful there tl fu their loveliest lustre come; Leave not a trace of deformity j, In the temple of tho heart, ^ Rut gather about its hearth tho gems Of Nature and of Art. w o1 11....I.- * '1 fcjvniiui ?||? grruis ?u U1C nentmiUI j a, Iii tlio tempi o of our Clod? | Tlio Uod wlio starred the uplifted iky, And (lowered tlio trampled sod ; I C1 When llobuilt n temple for Himxelf, Ui And a homo Tor his priestly raco, He reared each arch in symmetry, ... And curvod each line in grace. ^ fiotUvf tho germs of the beautifnl Li In tlio ilepf.h...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 18 December 1858

"TO THINE OWN SELF BE TRUE, AND IT MUST FOLLOW,. AS THE NIGHT THE DAY, T1IOU CAN'ST NOT THEN MS FALSE TO ANY MAN." _ ^ ^ ^ _ ' . ^ ^ ? .... - - ^ ,^-i^ 4 BY ROB'T. A. THOMPSON. PICKENS COURT HOUSE, S. C. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1858. VOL. X. NO. 22. < sfs rp~? n rw ^ ?=-= r-. f - ? ? ? ? sau-ttwrm? ipoieybsy.^ I The Close of tho Year. ? December's witi'ls nro sighing, t Stern winter now doth reign; t LTIio I'rost-Kiug, ho is flying, Unto jiis throne ngnin. iiiu : - I-. iiw is wvuriiljj, r A pall for Autumn's bier; 1 Ami Il>o dnyn of joy nvc leaving, For the davksoiuo ones nvc hero. t Thrs Spring mny liavo it? trenvires, g The Summer join the clinin, With nil its soencn of ItappincM, ( And nil it* tlowory trnin. r Cut hi ill I love December, c Though it l>e void of chcer, Tho Inst, Wt. lingering member Of all n. misspent yenr. ( Soon must Its days forever, Which now arc spreading fast, lie gathered tip together, And marshalled with the past; l*or othor days do hover. Their tr...

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. — 18 December 1858

KKOWKK C O Ni l M ROB'T. A. THOMPSON, Editor. T Kit MS.?.$1.50 ppr nnimni. in advance. If ' payment be delayd nntil after the expiration of j tin'year. $2.0U For six months, 75 centtf, in advance. Advertisement* ifl*ovtc<l at the usual into*. PICKENS C. S. C.: Saturday Morning, December 18, 1858. Favors. Wo Ore indebted to our esteemed Senator, Mr. Sit arte, for various valuable legislative Uocuiuents, and to Dr. Anukkson for a copy of the Governor's Mossopo. Mr. Cnr.nuv will also accept our thanks for his valued favor. The Legislature. This body has just commenced the dispatch of the businoss before it in earnest. An adjimminent will probably take place on the 23d inst. ' The attempt to commit the Legislature, and thorcby tho State, to tho policy of re-opening the African slave trade has failed, as it do" nerved to do. There are many important measures before fho two houses, hut it would l>n * of timo to attempt to give thoir probable fato. Tho discussion on the Blue Itidge R...

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. — 18 December 1858

liomc by the superior numbers of tlio cue-1 ^ my. 'l'hcy will como to link their fortunes l with as to the Inst. Hut the South will ! compose the centre and the right wing of the Pemocratic array ; and she must and I i will rule the progress uf the party. And ) shall South Carolina alone be absent from , c Mich nn assemblage ? Shall the Palmetto ; 1 ilag alone bo missing among the dolors that, shall glitter along that irallnnt line ? And i ' this, too, when they have come to her own | j territory to seek her aid and counsel ? i s "Will it do to say, that she has qualms of | conscience on the score of consistency, and S scruples of pride which impel her to stand s aside from the host and li^ht upon her own ' account? "Will any such excuse relieve j her, when the cry of tho united South shall j .j be "Come to tho rescue 1" In short, will J not a refusal on her part to enter tho Con- % volition, be justly censured as contumacious j Jti ltjjelt nml nt variance with her oft-repented call...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 18 December 1858

IPOgYjftY. jj Let Us Help One AnotherLet us l?olp one another And u heart of kindness show, i As Jowu timo'H flowing river i In the boat of life wo row, . - .jjFor though rough may bo tho wuatlior, T A (Mi tho sky ho overcast, If wo onl; pull together Wo can hravc tho storm at lash Let us help one anotlior In misfortune's wintry ilay, And tav&jftdor, ?t ill as ever birth's he #t gift's are snatched away, i I Whoa bright fortune gilds the moriow, > Hollow hearts will fawn and cling, I Hut when eoincs the night of sorrow, Only true heart* comfort bring. Let us all help ono anothor, | And do gt?; i where'er wo can? Who withholds the hand of kindness, i Scarce deserves the namo of man, For tho one great law of nature, ' Which was meant mankind to ldcss, 1 Bids us help a follow creat urc When wo find him in distress. I misosllAW. ] JOHN HILL alias NIXON CURRY, j OR THE VICTIM OF CIRCUMSTANCES. A TRUE 8KETCU OK T.IKE IN ARKANSAS. " Among the truest friends of tho people, of all in ...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
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