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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 25 December 1858

PRESIDENT S MESSAGE. Sscnafova untl HepronenintlvoB in <'onjjri,j'f>: When wo compare the condition of the country at the present day with what it was buo your ago, at the inciting of Congress, wo have much reason {'or gratitude to that Almighty l'rovidenee, which has never failed to interpose for our relief, at the most critical periods of our history. One year ago, the sectional strife between the -North and tl\c Smith on the dangerous tmhjcet nf shivery, had ajr.iiu become so intense :is to threaten the peace ami perpetuity of the (ioiifodoracy. The application for the admission of Kansas ns a State into the vnion fostered this niihajipy agitation, and brought the whole subject once more before Congress. It was the desire of every patriot that such measures of legislation mignt oo iuinptoil, as would remove the excitement from the St ites, ami confine it to the Territory where it legitimately belonged. Much has pcen done, I am happy to say, towards the accomplishment of thi...

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. — 25 December 1858

it to' their careful consideration. I repeat 111c* recommendation made in my t ine'ssugG <>f Dtfce'mber last, in favor of an i appropriation "to" he paid to the Spanish ; t government for the purpo*o of distribution . i Antony llio f-laitmmts in tlie Amistoad cane." i t President l'tilk first nmdo a similar rccom- f inundation in Decembor. 1847, and it was i t repeated by my immediate predecessor in ? Docemher, 1853. 1 entertain no doubt that ! .y indemnity is fairly duo to these claimants j ! under our treaty with Spain of the 1*7111 Oe- J * tn)wip 170"% -* 1 - -- ?* ....,v.., ., w., . ...m, n Mini iHMiiaiumi^ jusucCI | wo ou^ht to <Id juHtioo. An appropriation : promptly ma<lo tV>r this purpose, oonhl not i tail to oxort n favoralilo iulUi'jii.'t o c t gutiations with S| uin. ? Our iiositioi: in in'...> 1 f tl-* States South !' ih o.i t!ii?- ;?lui -nt. a; < ! peoially tli . ?? within !! ' lii.ii' >' Nm-U' America, i a p.'ruliar .-t?; -a.- <ir 1 1 Norther...

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. — 25 December 1858

duo economy ? 1" Hccordnnoe w??h tlu-vy prinoiplvB, I lie liv?di? of t lie different executive department* of (ho government have been instructed to Vcdnce their estimates for the next fiscal year to Iho lowest standard consistout with tbo ettv.deiiey of the sendee, mid this duty tlioy luivc ix'iforiyH'd in ti .spirit id" just ?? economy. Tlie estimates of the Treasury, "War, Navy ami Interior departments have each b?on in hoiuq degree rcduced, and unless a sudden and unforeseen emergency . should arise, it is not anticipated that a deficiency will exist in either within (he present or the next fiscal year. The Post Office department is placed in ti peculiar position, different from the other depart^ jnents, and to this [ shall hereafter refer. I invite Congress to institute a ri^M scrutiny to ascertain whether the expenses in all the departments cannot be still further reduced ; and 1 promise them all the 1' aid in my power in pursuing the investigations. i transmit in rewitti, tli...

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. — 25 December 1858

COXSIGN MKS AT I'KNPLKTON DKPOT I For the \ve?k ending December 20. .T T Sloan & Co. 1> lUemiin, II Korber. W II i Jameson, A Hryco, K Sliarpe, J II Voiglil, W Martin, S II Johntt & Co, C Sahliinon, (.leorge Seaborn, II tilswol. 1) & P, Loavell Jt While, 1 J S Lorlnn & Co, J H 12 KSIonn & Co, K BenK?n & Son, K T Latta, Win Vanwyck. K Syiotnos, J A Lawrence. J M Menken, S 8 Cherrv, Puler & l.owry, S K Mays, Win Steele, 11 S Portlier, O Ueicke, W 11 .lone*,.l II Iluuni- i cut. S H Mnvwall II V u ? * - - v.i, it u mivinuM, > I> anion, A . 1' Culliouii, W II DOniltnrd, J l> Smith & Co. ! I. Klinroitt, \ DeuKch, J K & W M Holotto, J S j Lorton, Thomas Camiimdo. .lumen Conncl. W II 1) 0A1U.AHD, ,Weill. ' I ' J - ~ =? I A CARD. < To the voters "J 1'ifkcits District : Gmitle- ' men?I mil iiulclilod to the kindness <>1 an ( uukown friend for noniitnitinn m> ?] ?? 1Ci>c> <?<> i Courier nx a camliihitu for the oUico of ...

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 January 1859

111 r"-'-' "TO THINE OWN SELF BE TRUE, AND IT MUST FOLLOW, AS THE NIGHT fllE PAY. THOU CAN'ST NOT THEN BE FALSE TO ANY MAN." I!Y ROUT A. THOMPSON. PICKENS COURT HOUSE. S. C. SATURDAY. JANUARY 8, I8.">t>. VOL. Xi N0- ~3" I ? ^,L??Y?E) PfcRYRV" Alabama?Here we Rest."* " , IIY l.LOLA. Ever from tlie white inn 11 fleeing, ci Driven from their eastern liuine, 4 Did I lie children of ilie forest. Haggard, fainting. westward roam. l>ivtiMit far tlieir sparkling rivers, j 1,1 Fur behind tlieir forests wtivc; I V And each red mail leaves in sadness I On the hills some treasured grave. \i 'Twas the hour ot sunset li<dy, Wlieu tlic. weary feet w ere stayed. tc By i? river calm ami peaceful, Winding tlirougli liic finest glade: Ami lliere rose a slioul of gladness. Springing from each aching breast, Ringing o'or (lie placid waters? n ' Alabama?hero we rest." <1 And I know of yet another Band of watid'rers oft distressed. Journeying on. thn' faint and weary, .s< Scfcking for a ...

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 January 1859

KfftfWE f C OIK IKK. ROB X. A. THOMPSON, Editor. ijl.JO per annum, In mWiwico. If payment ho delayed until aluntlie expiration <tf (lie year, $:i.UO For six months, 7o ccn{8, in advance. Advertisement* inserted at 11??? iisnnl rates. PICKENS C. II., S. C.: Saturday Morning, January 8, 1859. Apologctic Circumstances have combined to cxnctnn apology from us this week. Through mischance wo lmvo been deprived of a brisk hand in the typographical depart ment of our paper this week, ' which has veduoed us to straits not often rosor- ' ted to. We shall, however, be working along in smooth stvlo soon, ami be alilo to itiakccroi.tl present deficiencies, it is seldom wo have to ; usk tlie indulgence of our pntrous, nml trust the necessity will not be forced on us again soon. Correspondents ami advertisers will also bear with us under the circumstances. Legislative. AVo have placed on our first pa^o tlic list of acts passod by tho Legislature. Those of general and local interest will l>o...

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 January 1859

Everybody's Itfotico. Af V^ILL be Bold before (he Court IIouho of! T Viekeni district, on Snled.iv in Februu- i j-jr next, ONK TKAOT OF LAND, belonging to ' J nines trascn' A Co, containing One Hundred j mid Forty Aero* more or less. mid adjoining | binds of Win. Corbio, Joliu Cnllioun nn<i others. Terms of 8?l<4?cash. .1 a uea mi io?n - 1 v ..v ivaoi'ilV CC I Jtin n. 1Rr,9 24 R Estato Notioo. TMIKHI? will ben final settlenient made of the JL F.slato, of A. 1'. White, deceased, in the Ordinary's Office, on Monday the 11th day of April next, to which notice in asked. Those indebted to the Kstitfi! in tint make payment, and thoso having demands ngainut the aanic should | render them to me, properly attested, on or bo- . lore that tiny. ' W. W. WII1T15, Adut'r. j _Jnn3, 180'.) 24 8m The Last Notice. rpiIOSK indebted to the Kutiite of Ilcnry W1?itJ mire. dcc^n^cd, either by sulo-note or otherwise, must make ]>nynicnt to ihe undersigned on or before tlie Kith day of February nex...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 8 January 1859

From tbo Montgomery Mail. An Ethiopian Dirge?Doath of Dred Scotl UV (tAMIKT. Yo bo clud in <le woods of deep woo, For Dro 1 .Scott ItiVb gono whardegOoJ niggers g< Old Jut? and Sukoy Irib big tours in Uo? eyes. And I'omp, Wash *u 1 OiDior Joy blubbers am cries. JIow mournful to tink. now <le 'possum** are rij?c K it old liiiuln lli-oil with ?*? .!.?? .....J ? ?e PT' Will mi more catch de possum?no more hun ilc coon; But sleep on do hill in do lij^ltt of tlie moon. No more it t'40 husking he shuck out de corn : No more o.v'l do Img at do light's curly dawn; No more sin .; do corn song im lie g<> to he wile For ho gono, to ho long gone, froui do ill ob dii li to. Dw Imckram^n Court, him no status hnKgihbcn, So lie take out 11 'pfial to the ehtwieorv of llobben; no iiii.v H.ir upjr gnu iiim i:u possum A fjomiur. Au'l 'low Iiim to play 011 ilio banjo, -old Jubor.'* But do 'peiri he come up, when St Peter insist, Dal for want Of tfvo.l neurit iesf do'peal be dismissed? WJi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 15 January 1859

jg. . mmmmmmmmm ?ll I I M i ', i iU I ? _ 1 ' 1 " ' lllitl II n - ' ' *' "To THINK OWN S^Li' 1?F. tltCE, /1NI) fT Ml'ST I-OJ.T,OW, AS fflE NJ'iflT TilK I>AV, THOU CAN ST NOT THFN V.F, FALSF. TO ANY MAN." JBY ROB'T. A. THOMPSON. PICKENS COURT MOUSE, S. C. SATURDAY, JANUARY 15, 1859. VOL. X *6. MiflHI SSLEOTE? POEVRVi The Distant Land. Where dost thou lie. 0 Lnnd of Pence ! Across wh?f foaming ocenh's swell? My henrt, with sijr'jf'thht neifr cense, Yonrns in thy pHi*ces to (itrdl; Jlut yet, O fair and distant laird, 1 cannot see thy shining etrnnd. Sometimes when morning's iris1?ght Is flaming in the eastern #fcy 1 sny, benenth that rose nnd vi ?.i - i ?i -* - 1 i.nv> wiffi?vu mum nnifji f\UTi,V a But morning'* l>row by noofi is fatf.teo, And thou art still the distant' faftd. And Oft when sunset's burnln itd gftfrl Falls warm upon the wsitei's breasl, I j.iV, beyond the glorious fold Must gleam the islands of ther blest IJlut stars steal out. a silent, bill*!,And thou art st...

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 January 1859

KliOWKK C 01 III EH. 1 W ' Ifcr./r. -..-sss^rrs^-T^^r - - . crcts^r-cs | H03T. A. THOMPSON, Editor. - - - , 5 WUNH.?|>?r annum, in mlvnnco. If j % ptty-.nshl Iks until i?nwthc'fcXph,iUionof iju th/*iVW. $2.00 Kor six months, 76 cents, in ?<Kiuiuc. j 1 i fiqpjNs c. ir., s. c.: V\ Saturday Morning, January 15, 1850. To Correspondents. if ,?E,tt<>rPr,*e" shall appear next week.? fev wit ro^rot the delay, but coiiununieatioiu< mr tjrith u* uro published in the order in which lf:; i dSfty received. A good rod is only the i ^Yw,-l]|p>ro off'Otivo liY bojiiig kept in pickle: so, j i''*J JpfKik out for n keon blade ! " PfoV', nrtiulo hw boon reooive l, but is j / in i imifUiiiio, tor tho ro.nm Unit a personal lKtftaeu-.<*5on is not productive of bcnotioial reA? Sttlte ; and, morojvcr, wo dp not intend that . ^auoh dismissions shrtll hereafter coimneuco ijl.*(nvliorc and tflflmtnato in our columns.? ' <. <^*aff.^r. aWyi of tho parties have boon TiDarN, cvnd slHyld ...

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 January 1859

the offcuce of privily stealing from the per- J w rod shall, in all oases, be deemed and ad- w judged grand larceny, and (subject to tho in same punishment. c< Wasmnuton, January 4.?Tho Senate took possession of tboir now chamber to- | a day, with becoming ceremonies. Vice- . Prosidont Brockcnridgo mado a splendid j ?pcceh on tho ocoasion. This was followed j a by a retrenchment motion, which caused ! jj, considerable debate. In tho House, the Indian Appropriation , Bill was debated. Notions w.>ru ?riv?ti .*t i the introduction of several important Hills, ! ? including one for the formation of a now j ti Territory out of portions of Utah, Nebraska, i te Kansas and New Mexico. A Bill was re- I c< ported fpr the p igment to the State oftieor- i tl gia of moUey balances due for military sor- I til vices. ,The Committee on ('oinmcree have, i Fo it is stated a clear majority in favor of re- j .\ pealing tho Kinhinjr Hountylaws. j tl W.V81UNC5TON, .January 5.?Senate, Mr. j IvKOSO...

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 January 1859

SiY. . f f> ... , Be off with yon Now. ^ Ito.ofl" ititli von now -?l>n't 1 knoir Tliut'a only c.ijolin^ you hi"b : Willi ''yhvjekn llko Uio rose's soft plow, ell A ml flliiucvs nioro brlglit than tliu slur *" 80 4_ Ti< true tl:<U my waist i.t bjit inmil, j i A mi my luizlots ipny ourl liko I lie vino ; ? But f am not like no (uyjel :it nil! Nor am I tliu loast bit divine ! 111 ill So bo off villi you now?tlon't T ,??-e ;U1 rVni'rc deluding from evo \intf! dnwn? Uly ?t*p umy ho bounding mid free, Jiut I nm not ilic leastliko a lawn ! It' lint 'lwii8 ever the method we know, to .Since Ad?m in Kiltu bogun-?- to ^ . Tli ill bo.ioms Were sure to be snow! (.l i J And nocks were, of cuurso, like the H'.r.m! , I Come, l>* nfT With you now. tiff yon Tcurn pi ' '/ To woo like n plHtn-honrted youth ; y| xnwyour miwu ir you Iotc iho,'discern, f To win, youuv.it woo me wilh truth! 1 wotiM rather?instead of these Qowera In which you arc ever so rifo Th.it you promised to love me ni...

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 January 1859

H ?.>ro f/iiNK Own self he Tiwfc, /ni> it mcst follow, as the night the day, tiioi; can st not then he false to any man." I)V ROB'T; A; tfllOMPSON. PICKENS COURT HOUSE, S. C. SATURDAY, JANUARY 22, 18;Vi V0L* X* N0* tsaLBUTliLD POSYKV. < Prayer. ( frayor is tlio ineenco of (lie soul, r The odor of tlio flower. And rises ns tlie waters roll I To.God's coin roll hi); power! j n'i/liitt (lie soul there would not ho 'hii.s infinite tlesirc To whisper thoughts in priiyer to Thee, ' llfidst Thou not lit the tire. t I'l'ljjrc (he spirit spenking truth I a \j i ui'u, n nunc iuvc hiviiio Steals gently down like devr to soothe, Or like the sunbeams shine: f For in (lie humblest soul that lives, ( As in ilie lowliest flower, '/lie dew-drop hack llis in.ige gives, ; Tli? soul reflects llis power! ' At night. when nil is hushed and si ill, j A r.'d e'eA'soil eel sleeps. A still sinall voi"e d,>. it o'er me thrill, AihI to cnch henrt throb leaps; * il r* the spirit puW which heats, ii ...

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 January 1859

KKIMV K K CO I' li IER. ROB'T. A. THOMPSON, Editor. TERMS. por annum, in ndviuicQ. If jiayuient bo delayed until after the expiration of ?lio year. ?'2.00 For six months, "i'> cents, in 1 advance. Advertisemouts I jt sorted At the usual rates. PICKENS C. II., S. C.: Saturday Morning, January 22, 1859. Improvement. l)y reference to our advertising columns, it will be seeu that tlio Commissioners of Public Buildings Imvo very wisely dotorin- ! inod to improve the public square of the vil" j lage. It is proposed to enclose a portion of j it with a neat and substantial fonoo, and to | remove irom me squurea quantity ot earth, j It affords us pleasure to chronicle this effort j at improvement, and \vc tr ist this laudable i spirit may be infused generally into our citi- j zons. Progress is the spirit of tho ago. Fublio Document. i Hon. Robf.et Smith, member of Congress, lias favored us with the House report on a hill to apportion amongst the States the meseengors and clerks in the gov...

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 January 1859

press of the United States, Members of the I Legislature of this State, Sheriff, Clerk, , Ordinary, or other District Oflicer, Mayor nnd Aldermen of any city, Iutcndant and i Wardens of any inoorporotod town, Officers of the Militia or Volunteer organizations of tho State, or at any other election now required, or tlinttdinll hereafter be required by law to be held within this State, any t\rtfcnr? uKrtll V... At? ,,v,.wV.. uy niu payment, delivery or promise of money, or other article of value, procure another to voto for or against any particular candidate or measure, the person so promising, and the person so voting, shall each he guilty of a misdemeanor, and, upon conviction thereof shall, for the first otfenco, he fiord in any sum not loss than one hundred dollars nor more than five hundred dollars, and imprisoned for any term of time not less thau one month nor moro than six months ; and, for the second offence, shall be fined in any sum not less than five hundred dollars, nor ...

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 January 1859

IPOlTj'lY. i?;?ir* * . . ?r- A ftouwtrtf Home. Oh, give men lioino in llie country wide, A ml a sen I by tins farmer's wood fireside, When the firv burns bright, On ii frosty nlglit. Where tlio jest, tlie song i?ml UiO laugh aro IVoo, Oil, the farmer's homo is the home for me. Oh, give mo n itomc In Iho oounlry v.Mc. When (lie oartli cotnes out ns a blnsliing bride, When lier buds and (lowers, 111 flio hi'ic/lif snvinrf 11 or bridnl song ringing fi-"n fresh lcnvoil frees, Ami molody floats on t lie perfumed breeze. In summer a scat in nshady tt'ook. Ami close hy tin- side of a purlirtg brook, Wlievo the Violet grow?, Or the pile >*?mp rose, Fainting, pick, 'neath the sun's seorchiitg bc.itii,Dips her pale petals in Ihccoolinj; si renin. Oh, give me n home in the country viile, In-the golden'days of a I'artncr's pride,When his burns lire Idled, I't'oin tlie fields he's tilled. And be feels *!?-sl bis yearly ta-d; i? der.e. .ii.iiv.ioiiiiiiii-.il niuii-r, iic i?vckmh>" muiun. ? ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 29 January 1859

"TO THINK OWN SELF 1$E TRUE, AND IT MUST FOLLOW, AS THE NIOIIT THE DAY, THOU CAN'BT NOT THEN HE FALSE TO ANY MAN." BY ROUT. A. THOMPSON. PICKENS COURT HOUSE, S. C. SATURDAY, JANUARY 1851). V0L- N0 glSlLlSOYCS? IF?(STOYa The Light at HomeThe light at homer! how bright it beams Whon evening shades nround us full; And from tlie lattice fur it gleams To love, mid rest, und coiufort nil, AVIicn wearied with the toils of day, Ami strife for glory, gold, or fame, IIow sweet to seek the quiet way, Where loving lip* will lisp our name. Vhen through (lip dark nml stormy night Tlio wayward \riui<lcrer homeward hies, Iloiv liliflorlltg is the twinklinglight. Which through tlte forest gloom lie spies! It is tliu liiclit of home, lie feels That loving liearts will greet liim there, Ami softly tlirougli his bosom steals The joy ami love that banish care Tlio light at home! How still ami sweet It. peeps IVom yonder cottage door? The weary lahoier to greet When the rongli toils of day nro o'er ! ...

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 January 1859

KEOWEK COUlUm ROB'T. A. THOMPSON, Editor. T15HMS.?SI.5') per miiuiii. in advance. If : payment 1>e ilolayo 1 until atler the expiration of the year. $2.00 For six months, l'> cents, in ! a<WnucQ. Advertisement j inserted i\t the usual rates. FICKBXS C. 11.. S. C.: Saturday Morning, January 29, 1350. Thanks Senator Toomu.5, of Go>rgia, will accept our thanks for various public documents. Special Reference is directed to the advertisement of the Trustees of the Olareinont Academy, i The Principal gives general satisfaction, and the neighborhood is a most pleasant one.? Parents and Guardians would consult their j interest by sending to this School. M ossrs Cook & Mii.lwrk, of Fair Play, j nave opened a now Harness Shop, am. arc , candidates for favor in their line. An up- i . | predating public will extend to them a ro- , numerating patronage. At Pendleton, tho polite and acconimodu- | ting firm of Messrs. ?J H. K. Sloan it Co. i greet their friends ami patrons in a gra...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 29 January 1859

W . ,'VjBpCr"-TT - 4 ?? Tho Calhoun Monument. $[; Slowly but surely tho preparation to crcct n monument to tho groat Curoliiuun prom jvreH?e?. Tho Ladies' Association have ? collected for tho purpose over thirty one | ti,oUsaiid dollars, and their efforts arc still unabated and successful. They have snfo, ly calculated upon obtaining fifty thousand dollars. Wo take tho liberty to make them n suggestion. It is, that they induce the State to aid them, and which it can now do is iu a most effective and convenient form.? Whatever bo the style, size or character of the monument which thev mav admit. v * T-? ,vv the base of pedestal of it be of granite? Carolina granite. At Columbia there i? a splendid quarry, near the Itailroud, now worked for the use of the new Capitol in progress of creetion. I f the monument be 100 feet high and a column or colossal statue, such a pedestal would be necessary, and should bo fully DO feet high, and large in proportion. Let the ladies petition the legisl...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 29 January 1859

iTOjrj'jTY, Tho Roso and the Song 11Y W. II. I>. AltAM-i. Upon tin? bush in purplo glow A rosebud iiuivlo u J.uniy show : So bravo it Hucuu-d, its lil'o *o young, Ko rare n grace about it Hu:ig, I placed it near my heart, and there 1Jr<Io ii repose : n guest so fair, That from my soul oul-loupt (lie cry? " I feel (he ivso will hover die !" 1 heard a song, a vigorous strain, Sprung from a master's manly brain: Tlio iruih lent strength to every line, And faith, ami Impo, and love divine? Such fancies fair were in the song, Such music rolled the verse along, Vsaitl?"Within my soul 'twill lie ? ,W\, yes, the song will never die !" Now, woary night u'ersltadowa nip, I clasp child-handed Misery ! And lo, the roso-lonves all are dead, tiio music of tho nong i* Hod; No purplo splendor warms l lie rose, No tire within tlie j>ocm glowj : 1 break inio ti low, gad cry? " Alas! both roue and song will die Tho night soon past, and morning brought Its light to eftrth, its life to thought!...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
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