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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 5 February 1859

' "TO THINE OWN SELF BE TRUE, AND IT MUST FOLLOW, AS THE NIGHT TIIK Bli FALSE TO ANY MAN." ? ' "" " " * " ~ " BY ROBT. A. THOMPSON. PICKENS COURT HOUSE, S. C. SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 5, 1851). VOL. X NO. 28. 1 j.. . 1 . . .i. i i. .i ..i. i,,,. ? ^iLiLlgoriEO toetoy. Thrilling VersesThe circumstances which induced the writing of the following touching ami thrilling lines are nsfollows: A young lady in New York was in the habit of writing for the Philadelphia Longeron (lie Hultject of Toinperaneo. i.'t writing was so full of pathos, and evinced such deep emotion of soul, that a friend of hers accused her of being a maniac on the subject of Toni* perance?whereupon alio wrote the following Aiucs : Go feel what I have felt, Clo bear vrliut I have home? Sink 'neath ti ? low a father dealt, And thocoUi v orld'e proud ncorn; Then Buffer oil from year to year? Thy sole relief tho scorched tear. Oo kuoel as I have knelt, Implore, beseech and pray? Strive tho besotted heart to melt, The downward c...

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 February 1859

KE0WKB CPURjtf ROB'T. A. THOMPSON, Editor. j TERMS.?#i.r>0 por annum, in mlvance. If payment bo iii>lnye<l until uftor the expiration of ' ttio year. $~-00 For six month*, 76 cents, in uJvAncc. j Advertisements iiisertcl at the usual rates. S=r:' t PICKENS C. 1L, S. C.: < ^Saturday -Morning, February 5, 1859. t To CorrespondentsTo insure insertion in our columns, all 6 communications, obituaries, and " such like" articles, must bo accompanied by a respousi- r bio name?known to us as auilb. An obitunrv lii>q nvnr ()iia wnnlr niwlor Huu ilSunl/ilUir I *? " Lime! i Tho attention of donlors in this nrtirlo is ,, directed to tho rulvortisement of Mnj. Maxwell, Agent of the Clinuga Lime and Manu- n factoring Company. This is an enterprise i of our own citizens, and whatever inurcH to them in tho way of prolit. also tends to the advancement and prosperity of all around them ; thcrofore, we cheerfully commend it to the support of the public. The prices, wo are assured, havo b...

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. — 5 February 1859

From Washington^ * ^ "Washington, Jan. 25.?In the IIouso 1 tho bill to provide for the examination and " payment of certain claims Of Citizens of Georgia and Alabama was ldsti In tho Senate to-day, a mtitbbrlal was read from a portion of the Legislature of l' tho State of Iudiana, nllogiug that they 0 were not now represented in the United n States Scuato, reciting the history of tlio " miu vuutvui^u vusuuou oi nenators in that b State, and praying that Messrs. Lano and 11 McCarty, the contestants for the seats of ^ the present incumbents, bo rccogniiicd as j Senators elect from that State j fcfei't'ed to Committeo 011 the .Judiciary, and ordered j to bo printed. Mr. Seward sent up a rcrtolutlotl, tVbleli J be said he would ?',dl 1tp to-inorow, to admit Messrs. liftno and McCarty upon tbe floor of the Senate during the pendcncy of the foregoing memorial. Mr. Cameron prescntedthe memorial of the Legislature of L'enn. ii praying sncb a modification of the tar- t ill" laws as will best...

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. — 5 February 1859

POK-JMY. From tlio Kuiukorbookcr Magazine. Take it Easy. ' Admit tint I am slightly bald? Pray who's to blame for thai ? An I is w iser lor (lie fact Until I lift i)iv IiiiI Beneath the brim my barbore 1 looks Fall in a eareless way, H'lioi'cin my watchful wife onn spy No lurking tin-o ld of gray. ' What thouirli. t read coninaeteit nri I'iii forced to hul l my book A little furthei off than wlieu I lirst degree 1 took? A yoke of slightly convex lens Tiio needful aid he-stows, An 1 you should sou how wise I look With it astride luy nose. " Don't talk of internal pnn^r-* Which rh?uniati<iii brings? I'm getting us'.'<l to pains and aches, Ami all th.ne sort of things. An I when the imp Sciatica \| ikes his in.iliciotis cull, I do nut need an Almanac To tell me it is I'all. " Besides, it gives one quite an air To travel \vith a cane, And makes folk think you 'well to do,' A I.I. I _ .XIUK'IIUII > (Ml fir*' I 4 i A finWionablc lint may crown Cienteelest coat and vest, llut all!...

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. — 12 February 1859

'TO THINK OWN SELF HE *tlt% AND IT MUST FOLLOW, AS TICK NIGHT THE DAY, TIlOl' CAN'ST NOT TlfKN BE FALSE TO ANY MAN." BY ItOB'T. A. THOMPSON. PICKENS C0U11T HOUSE, S. C. SAt0Bl!)AY. FCBftTJAltY 12, 1859, VOL, X NO. 20. j| Ye can Conquer if Yo WillHugged toiler- sou of labor? Ktoutly buttling Qvory tiny l''or existqueu?0. my brother, Tlii?ur^linlt triuinpli in tlio tVny. B'-$j On licJirtngct'ul ?ccne of action* Tlniugb diitViU may oit appear. Thou slmlt win tUu victor's luurols, Xt tlibu Wilt but persevere. Though thou art obscurc and lowly, Yo may rcaoh the wished for coi?l. (imsp (he pvlios, wealth mul Htution, If thou bust ti dnuutlcH* soul; If thou hust ti resolution That tuiafoitutio cannot shake, Ono on whiolt th? nugry surges An impression fail ty umko. afvlj Aft thou sneered?' nud dorldcd, l.y the self-styled luliy bom? Heed yon not tl?e fool's contumely* Of tho week mind's harmless scorn. Art thou friendless?friends will gather, As do courtiers, kings unmnd. "When thou hast 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. — 12 February 1859

KliOWFK COUli I Eli ROBT. A. THOMPSON, Editor. TKUM."4.?S 1.5.) n???- Miinmn. in mlv.uice. paymojit l>o <lelnye<.l until nt'l'cr the expiration tlio ye,u\ $2.00 Fur ?ix moiitIim, 1o cents, advance. Advertisements inserted :it the n-mal rates. PICKKNS C. If., S. C.: mr i ? ' - ~ u.vmia.1; aummug-, reoruary iz, lbOl Our Thanks Aro tendered to Senator Ciiesnit an lion. S. S. Cox, of Ohio, for valuable publi 'documents. Completed"With pleasure wo make the nnnnunccmer that tho " Koowco and Tuekascoge Turnpik Road" is (iopipletod. It connects Tunm Hill with Cashier's Vullev, N. 0. llere connects with another road reaching as f; s Webster, X. C. Therein in course of cm struetiou a third road, running from Fran] iin, A. C.. ni'.d intersecting with the fir iiaiuod road a few miles uhove the Tunnel.This latter turnpike passes Ilorso Covo an through the Black Hoek section. The n< vantages of opening up the^e important av mica of trade arc not to he lightly estimate* ami. whilst the...

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. — 12 February 1859

Washington Soc'ety- j In the Washington correspondence of I S the New York Time*, wo find the followjn<r n<;r?cal>)c sketohes : j 11 lu i? social point of view, the city has "! not been ho guy or brilliant for many son- ?' ?ona. Ilospitality prevails on every side, J1 except in tho one direction which, for the j ^ honor of the country, it may he as well not j S( to name. Postmaster (2niu..-..l i? ?* ... v.v..v>Mi j/iuii ii jwvj's j p, open house, and his gracious lady gives a j ^ warm and true Southern welcome to all , 01 who enter her superb and stately rnusion. ^ Mrs. SI idol 1 is extremely, almost painfully, impressive in her demonstrations of : courtesy. With the manners of a French woman, and the impnlsivoness of her no- j.j tive South, she evidently regards all men, f women and children as her husband's propent or nrosnootivo " " ? ' ^ it is her duty to captivato ut whatever eost '1 of exertion, smiles or complimentary vollu- ^ bility. ii Mrs. Senator (5 win, a que...

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. — 12 February 1859

__ |' * y " Q It's so Fashionable, Ti write rliynui i?'?)ut tho lovers who" dwell (| in "browa itoaV ortii'ilin.' nn 1 Fren-rli bro.nl- ( <uoin, tutu vrs <1 >11 I know th it any ouo Will con j dbs.'sn I to pariHo u Cow hum'ilo Terse.*, in ^ which is related otio of those littlo eplsolesns ?l>! to osour i:i tlio coxy jjlow of ilio furiii-houso < kitchen firo ns on tlio sofa, "by the light of flic y ehancUler:" 1^ A youth n imiuT, ono winter nigh*, Wore slu.in in tlio confer : , His namo, wo'rc told, was Joshua White, aim nor3 wits i aucnce wn.ncr. I 1 Not much (Uo pretty maiden Haul, I j Reside tlij young mart sitting; Iler cheoks wore finished a rosy rod, Her oyos bout on lior knitting. C Nor could lie guess what thoughts of liim fi Were to lior bosom flocking, A* lior fair fingers, swift and slim. Flew rouml aud round the stocking. \ AVhilo, as for Joshua, bashful youth, { His words grew few and fewer; Though all tho time, to toll tin; truth, Iiis ohtir cilgwl nearer...

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. — 19 February 1859

"TO THINK OWN SKI.I' UK TKl'K, AND IT MIST FOLLOW, AS Til K N TO TIT TIIK PAY, TIIOI CANST NOT Tlil.'N I.K FAI.FK TO ANY MAN."' I BY ROB'T. A. THOMPSON. PICKENS COURT HOUSE, S. G. SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 19, 1850. VOL. X. NO. 30. f | ??1/??YED POEYWV, rrName in the Sand. IIV li. I>. I'IU:XTU?K. Alone 1 wnlkcil l!ic iicciin Hlruiul ; A lu'iu lj' tiliell wins in my li:iii<l ; 1 stooped unit wrote upon ilic smhI M.v nuiue, I lie veur, nii'l <lay : As (.uiwnnl from ilie spot 1 psisse<l. One lingering lnnl< lieliiiul I esi?t: A Wiivi? mini" i-.?llii... 1.1-1 i - o Ami washed my lilies uwiiy. An ! so, mcthoiight. 'twill quickly l>e With every mark on earth from toe ! A wave of dark oblivion's sou Will sweep iutops the jdaeo Whore I have trol the sandy shore or time, and been, lobe no more; Of mo. my day, the name 1 core, To leave no track or trace. . mi'i yt'i wiin iiimi who count.s tlic .vainly, Ami holds tlie WMior in Ilia hands, I know n lusting record stands against iny 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. — 19 February 1859

KKOWKIi COlJluli ROB'T. A. THOMPSON, Editor. ^. - ~r. - - rr. TKltMR.-?SI.jV> |)ir milium, in mlvance. payment l?o <t?Ky<;<l until niii'rllic expiration < (lie yen*. $'J.W For six months, To ccnts, i advance. * A'lvcrtitffcinonis iii?toi-rt>?l at iho usual rutfp. PICKENS C. If., S. C.: o^iuruay morning, ueoruary ltf, 180! Return Day, For Pickens district, is Saturday tlio 5i ?livy of March next. ? Mass Meeting at Tunnel Hill. The expressions of tin1 proas and those wil whom vro havo been ablo to com muni en favor most deoidodly tlio proposition for grand rnlly of the friends of the Blue Il'nlj. ltailroiwl, ut the Stumphouse Tunnel, duriu tlic ucxt summer. The friends <?f the cute prise nmy do much by inducing itsopponcn uud others to bo present. It will also be favorable time for securing stock to the ry;u and wo thus early draw attention to tliu inn tertliat nothing may be left undoucto scout tho desired ond. Cuba. "Wo arc indebted to Col. Ciiesnit for ?. _ cop...

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. — 19 February 1859

iu the nnmc of his God. Mr. Singleton?If that is not stealing vrhat do you call stealing ?" Mr. l?ovejoy?^Holding fellow beings in bondage." Mr. Cochrane, of N. V., moved so to amend that the clause should read, " for the safe keeping of free prisoners." Other amendments of a trilling nature wcro considered. Mr. Singleton, of Mississippi, rising to nil amendment, said the gentleman from Illinois was Ja disgrace to the House.? [Loud cries of order, order.^ Mr. S.?" I pronounce him a disgrace to the nation. I have no doubt his father was engaged in stealing slaves from Africa." Mr. ]'helps.?<l 1 call the gentleman to order." The Chair.?"Order must be restored. 'I'llft rn.?. \1 --S ' hum . iirsoicbljijm iuum couic to ordor." Mr. (liddingR.?" Let him proeecd." Order wa? finally vestured, nnd, on motion of Mr. Phelps, the committee ruse and reported tlio bill to the House. Wabiiinotox. Feb. 9.?A report is credittod that General Denver intends to resign the officoof Indian Commissioner...

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. — 19 February 1859

/ Words for Mumo. .??V ii K ?> J-. OK I*. MO till 1.1. A j? n-ij fli.'u will?Wi* j?:?rt forever! am ti >\v in vain ! >W " 'loCIVv'A. Hint WO tHIKI' S?*e?r \jM ' ioiikh-i on eartli njjnin if >A ' k!i;? will tfflliil iilmvo lliCP. Iic.iris may sooU tliy >Hri?o, fli^r o'er will luv^tliov . ;;|S i lie .'OtioiuiH'v of mine. well?we )>:u-i forever ! ijireiis me now in vain ! vj <s that we iiiii8pvi i', to meet 011 earth again Fare thee well! the slrnh>w on-the iliul Mbger.-i it ill our pi.vtiifjj kins! . 1 fJ f'o ha* no severer trial. | Heath in) ji.in^ to c(|im1 thw. f sjaism) All the woi'Ul is now before llieo, Kvcry clime to roam at will, JS Ibtt within ihe lnn>l tliiit fore thee. $ .3 One fund heart will love ilieo si ill Ig|3* Vol fu row ell?wo pari f.) rev or H jjf All rojfrots aro mnv in vain ! (. ViUo ilocroQii thn< wo must sowr, 3;*;'."' t No'ci' tu moot mi cartli a^aii*. I I\| re 111 Well ! JX* VY, Types and Type Making. Tl'.e Cincinnati in describi...

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. — 26 February 1859

" TO THINK OWN SELF HE TRUE, AND IT MUST FOLLOW, AS T1IE MUHT TTTE DAY. TlfOI CANST NOT THEN 1>E FALSE TO ANY MAN." BY UOB'T. A. THOMPSON. PICKENS C0U11T HOUSE, S. C. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 2C>, 1850. VOL. X. NO. M. ?S!LE6'VE? 1POKTKY- 11 Make Your Mftrk. IIY 1 > A V 11 > IIA It K KIt. V In the qunrrivs should you toil, I t Make your murk : { l)o you dolve upon (lie soil, j Mnko your mnrk: In whutover pnth you go, j JJ lu wlintover plnoo you stand, . I Moving swift or moving slow, 1 o Willi it swill or moving liuiul, ' s MaK? your uiurK. j > i u Should opponents lie<lge your way, ! v Make your murk: Work l>y iiiglii or work by <luy, ; ~ Make vour mark : j Struggle manfully and well, 1 l.et no obstacles oppose : y None, rigbt-t<hielile?l, ever fell |i Jiy tbo weapons of bis foes; 1 ;i Make your m irk. I ^ \V 11 rLt lliomrll l?nrn n nn-iunnl'o ' - " """1 Muko your murk : i t Goo<l by jioor men cnn l>c done, Make your murk : ! IVaMiinls' prurbs may warm tli...

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. — 26 February 1859

KjoWlt cq|f? ROB'T. A. THOMPSON, Editor. ! TKlt.MM.?*1..r,0 per unimm, in iiriviinoe. If 1 payment bo tlolayoil until HrterilicoxpirnMonof 1 the your, ?2.1H> For six mouths, 7u ccnu, in t advance. < Advertisement* inserted nt the iisiuil vat en. " PICKENS c if s r. . i Saturday Morning, February 26, 1859. \ ] Return Day, | j For Piokons district, is Saturday the 3th ( day of March next. ^ , On Dit, ' That Mr. J. 1>. (i.\i i.i.aho Ims l>ccn appoin- i tod by the Marshal of tho Federal District of South Carolina, census-taker and deputy i Marshal for the district of Pickens. | t Sad Occurrence, : w 1 ? < '? noaiv gnuvwi vj irm n uiiuail interesting littlo child, aged about eiglitcon months, of ' Mr. Tiios. J. Si.oam, who resides near Fair ' i'lay, in this district, was drowned on Saturday last. The particulars, as we learn tliem ; 1 are, that the child, becoming seperated from ! 1 its nurse, wandered to a stroma near-by, was | 1 precipitated by accident or itself into th...

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. — 26 February 1859

pavo notice that he would inovo its re-consideration at un early day. I The debts of different nations and States nre estimated, in the European States, at more than ninety-nine hundred and eighty millions of dollars?S9,980,873,7G8. The j most deeply indebted nations are: CSrent j Hritnin, $3,870,503,470 5 France, 81,000,388,493; Austria,$1,209,420,000 ; Uus-1 ?,;? ?i on ai<* r* * ; apain, 55TH12,205,f>48; I' Holland, 8t")0,205,337, and Prussia, l'or- ! | tugal, Sardinia, Hclgiunt and Denmark, hcv- J j crally owe more than one hundred millions. I The Central and South American States I | owe 8:108,000. 014 of^whieh Mexico is sot I .1 " '? - uown lor $Ui2J, 520, 242; Hriir/.il, $73,277, > . 250; l'nru, 640, 451, 887; Venezuela, ?'J2, 805, 020,nnd tho other various sums, i | from ono quarter of a million to fifteen mil- ; j Hons of dollars. ? - - I I ( AtlFOuS'TA.?What a remarkable conn- 1 i try is California! TUc .Sacramento Bee an- | 1 nounccs the discovery of u magnificent...

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. — 26 February 1859

PO&tttY. The Land of Dreamsnr h:ki>. kncm'h There's a laml. m radiant land, Thai the often seek*, I')>t?? whose golden strand The wave of fancy breaks; There the skies are ever fair. And the sunlight ever beams. Awl the flowers ar? hri"lii mnl viipo In tliut land?Ilt<.* land of dreams. la t !i:ii 1 i:ul, I bat radiant Innd, Is many i\ dwelling jdaee. AYIiosi! beauty human hand Could never, never truce : Therejoyous songs are heard. In tin- vales of crystal streams, Front breo/.o, un<l voice, and l>i I. Im thai lnml?the land of dream*. To that laud, that radiant land, Whose sjiivit hath not sailed. To seek the golden strand, I When the joy <>! earth-lire failed : To thought's brave bur<ine alone, To the realm of ohangcloss bemns, I'm llio I'miiiiueo only known In ili.il !and -the land of dreams ; Tito spirit fa ml of dreams. Atheism. Tho existence of (Joil is stamped in the ' most legible characters on the whole economy of nature?is written on the face 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. — 5 March 1859

I I I || I , ^ . .... ... ., . . ^ "TO THINK OWN SKI,K 1*K THt'E, AND IT Ml,ST FOLLOW, AS THK NffiTIT TI1K DAV, TIIOl CANST NOT TIII'N HI! FAI.SK TO ANY MAN." HY llOB'T. A. THOMPSON. PICKENS COURT HOUSE, S. C. SATURIHY, MARCH 5, 18,"> ). VOL. X. NO. 32. Speech of Gen. Harrison, j ti of a.n dkttson, ?? On tlio Bill before the Legislature grant- ? i?? aid to the lHuc Ridge llailrond. | Mil. Chairman: The question before j the Committee is one of grave import, and n should be approached V?y those who are to decide it with a due regard to the. public 0 nnd private interests involved, and a proper appreciation of the obligations of the ? ..? ? < -? . i..iu turning iMini uer previous connection | "\vitli the cntei-prixc. In Dcccnibcr, 1S">2, j>, the fiflftiftlnture granted :i charter to tho Hlue Ridge I fail road Company in South Carolina, for the purpose of constructing a n Railroad connect ion between the (Ircenville j mid Columbia Railroad and the (leorgia line, commencing ...

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 March 1859

KEOW KK CO i:|{ I EH. 1 ROB'T. A. THOMPSON. Editor. - $? "*" " "? v-- ' -*' ~ J per annum,-in lidvnncc. If payment l>e deluded until after tlie<*xptr>ition of i "" tlio year, ?J.IK) Fur six months, 7*> cents, in ?n Advance. 1 tin Advertisements inserted at the usual rates. , PICKENS C. II., S. C.: ^ Saturday Morning, March 5, 1850. i ^ r~.?. - .-2 ? Return Day- (,( The return for Andorson lust wcok was y. about two hundred ease*. For this district I PU tho cases returned exceed (his number some- s (o what. With us the litigation will be light. |t Tho Court of Common Pleas for this cir. j ^c( cuit convenes at Abbeville on Monday next. | At our latest advices it was not determined i,y if.. ? 1 nilVlll'Jl t/UMgU II IIMtfi *11 ?? llll AMl WUUUl j q(p preside. | ^ ^ Firo. | )Vc learn that a large plunk kiln, valued 1 No nt between s:$00 and &4<)0, and belonging to , fro tlie enterprising proprietors of the "Six Milo i <?? Company," was consumed by tire on Wednes- 1-...

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. — 5 March 1859

considered. Np Bction. ^ 11 'flie Appropriation bill wr.s up. . I i Wahhinoion, tub. r.5r:?\ difficulty which lately gopurred between Mr.- liowie, Mom-; ber of Coogrvus from Maryland, and Mr. Linton, of Ariaon;>, bus been amicably adjusted. Mr. Sickles bus urrpnml n compromise Tlivifl hill.' virfimllv rmi?Ai.i.". ?!'" * ?:n' e , . .. IVPIVIIU^ VIIU Ml III 1)1 1846, with tho list of the TaritV of 1857, and specific duties on iron. Washington, Feb. 20.?In the Senate, to day, Mr. Slijjk'll said, as tho defective ( rules of the Senate permitted the minority ; to prevent a vote, lie would, rather than sacrifice the appropriation bill,and thereby : render it neccssary for a call of un c\trn ses- ; sion of Conmcss, and particularly as the Senate hiis already oppressed un opinion in | favor of the acquisition of Cuba by t' test | vote of twelve majority last night?he said he would wiMnlmw tlm l?ill I- ' ?""" *"??? ? forward the next session of Congress. The army appropriation hill was pa...

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. — 5 March 1859

iponrkv. The Old Arm Chair. I love it. I love it, and who shall da 10 To clddo mo fov loving the old arm chair? 1'vo trea>t(Vcd it long as a sainted prixe. I'vchedfewM it with tears, mid embraced it with sighs. 'tis bound bv a thousand hands to my heart Not it tie will I iron k. not >i link will start. Would ye Ifenrn tho spella toother sat there, An I u sacred thing is that old arm chair. 1 u chiMhood's Hour 1 lingered near, The hiillmvjd seat wiili listening our, And gentle words that mother would give Tn fit mo to die. and teach me to live. She t.?ld me shame wonld never hetide Wi11? truth for my freed and Clod for n?y guide: .She taught me to lisp iny earliest prayer, As I knelt beside thnt old arm chair. 1 sat and watched her many a day. When her eyes grew dim, and her locks were | gray, And I almost worshipped her when she smiled, An I turned from her liilde to Mess her child. Years tolled on, hut the last one sped? My idol was shattered, my earth star lied, i loariu now...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
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