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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 12 March 1859

"TO THINK OWN SELF EE TRIE, AND IT MUST FOLLOW, AS THE KfGHT T1IK DAY, THOU CAN ST NOT TMHN UK FALSH'TO ANY MAN." BY ROB'T. A. THOMPSON. PICKENS COURT HOUSE, S. C. SATURDAY, MARCH 13, 1850. VOL. X. NO. :t:i. Vv: ' ' V ~ ?* *"**? VJdLULOTlSP IPOISYIFJY, Georgia. nr KRWi YOUNO HILT*t JB. Fair Georgia! How my Aill lieart swells A.h tli it proud mime h:?1u?<m niinu eurs; tVhat scene# it wakes iu memory'a cells? How gmiul tliy destiny Appears. Although no more among thy hills Tliy wandering son h home may claim, My lyre in boldost moatMire thrills Whene'er I brcutho thy glorious unme. /til vm'i unw), 111 his solemn pride. Litis tVom thy breast his craggy piles, While nt bis feet his lovely bride, Tho bountiful Xucoocheo, smiles; Ami Kenesaw his double.head From three uprenrs in power serene, While near him, o'er its pebbly bed, Jtolls Chattahoochee's axttre sheen. Upou thy soil hath "Nature raised Her monumental granite rock, Itmtud whose brow tor ages blazed Tho lightnings, yet it fe...

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 March 1859

KKinVEE COU HI Kit.i KOBT. A. THOMPSON, Editor. TJjj: " - ' -~Z?Z= TEHMS.?^1.00 ]>cr nnniMii. in ativanec. If paymcut bo.<^|it_vi?4 until aftor the oxpirnMon of I ho year.' $2.00 ' For fix month*, 75 centa, in j iKlvuncp. .Vlvcrtlsomonts inurto<l at tlio umiuvI rales. PICKENS C. II.. 8. f.i Saturday Morning, March 12, 1869. Special. Correspondents should bear in mind that their uaraca must accompany thoir articles in ovory case, otherwise they will not receivo attention. Sororal articles, thus weighted down, have passod from as to tho flumes. A ease or two, not po hopelessly situated, arc waiting their turn. Tho procoodings of the Pendleton Railroad Company in our advertising columns, with other new advertisements, claim tl?o enrnost attention of those interested. Saleday. The attendanee here on Monday last was smaller than usual, owing probably to the inclemency of tho weather and tho nearness of tho approaching term of the Court. No sales wero inado by eithor of the publi...

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 March 1859

the country, runs a great risk of being dishonored. Tho balls, routs, hop", receptions, dinners, nnd general excitements ut Wnshiugtou, bring women into contact with nmny dangerous companions ; the natural modesty of tho sex is soon worn oiT in such seenfts, nnd when modesty begins to fall, virtue finds no lack of tempters. Tho wretcliod woman, whoso fall is said to huvo led to this last tragedy, was not at all a peculiar instance of sin in faahiouable circles. Jler singularity consists in hor having been detected. Her nonnltv is fhnt bnr Invnr is I dead, her hnsband in n murderer, and herself dingracod. Hundreds of ot'^-s, who have done as she did, still flourish in Washington, and doubtless in other cities, nlso. ?Philadelphia Kvtning liullrtin. Explosion ok the Ptkambr Princks9.?Nkyv OftLKANS, Feb. 28.?The steamboat Princes*, from A'icksburg for Now Orlcaus, exploded her boiler, caught fire and burucd to tho water's edg-J,at (Conrad's Point, near IJaton Houire, on Sundav I mor??i...

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 March 1859

rO?T'J3Y. Light and ShadowYou wltyju'lgc what yon .-<1:0, Often fail to jiulgo aright! Hturs arc shining f??leinnly lit tlio day as in the night ; All tlie ilay tliey lie concealed By I lie glory of the sun. lint at eve tliey shine, revcnlcil In the ft/.ui'O, one by one. ] on i no utiyiigm oi u smile May bin veil the liutmiu fucc, Hilling for u little while Doubt, tuid ci\ro, tllid sorrow's traco ; So when shadow clouds of woo O'or n hnpjty face arise. Still beneath tbo shadows glow Stars of joy in gentle eyes. Life inarched with changing skies; Hitrely are they what they seem ; Children, we. of smiles and sighs? Much we know, but move we dream. j Look bjneath the outward show, To the sl>ildow or the light ! And from what you surely know, I.oarn to sec and judge might. M1SOELUW. Our Greatest Waste. No one who lias re.ul carefully any ad- | vanecd work on political economy, treating 1 of the resources of our country, can doubt i for an instant that our soils are being too ! rap...

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 March 1859

^ ^ - _ . -^r i , ? . i , . i . i . , , ' 1 ' 1 * } 1 1 . . > - ' "" 1 "il - 1"1 ' ' - " "TO TfllNE OWN SELF 1)E TllCK, aS'D IT MUST FOLLOW, AS TilE NroifT TTTK DAY,"THOU f AN ST NOT TlfKN Hi: FALSE TO ANY MAS." BY ROli'T. A. THOMPSON. PICKENS COURT HOUSE), S. C. SATURDAY, MARCH 19, 1809, VOL. X.??HO. 3d. t9SlkiBOirK@ ffOteTRLV, cacny-xr / - rr.,-t^ u^.*: The Law of Love. '2 King* ivi i). Four, forth the oil-*?-poftr l?oMly forth; 11 will not fail, until r Thoit fjii J est vessels to proviiia Well it mny largely till. Mrtke channels for the streams of love, Where they may broadly tun ; Anil love has overflowing streams, To till them every one. Hut if at. t\uy time we cease Such channels to piovido, Tho ycry fouufsof love for us Will ?.>? < . (""V..VH HUM MUCH, for we must nJjnrq, jf wc would keep That Mossing from above ; ('casing 'o give. we cease to have ; ? Si^t'n Is (lie l?i\v of lore, Mi30ELLA?4V. MY EXPERIENCE. - ?l A l.?YK TAI.K. My nnrrativ?'Cominonco8 when I wns mx...

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 March 1859

kkow kk contiKK. BOB? A. THOMPSON, Editor. TBRMS.l.^VVp^r annum. in a?lvairco. ff piyment he delayed until after the expiration ftf tlu? year. $2.00 For ?i* months, 75 cent*, In advance. At)vcrtiitfm?'tt? inserta<l at th<Mi*ual rate*. PICKENS C. II., S. C.: S~.iarday Morning, March 19, 1859. FavoraII >n. Jamf.s CiiksnCT will accept our thanks for continued Congressional favors of ?n important character. Rnin. F<?r (he benefit of those who may consult ftur Hies in the future, \vc liavo to pay that tlie unprecedented rains continue. Thetnud also deepens, rendering our highway* almost iinpa.'v<ahlc fur vehicles. Since the ah:.c was put in type, macli rain has fallen, producing a freshet. Keowee, at this point, is higher than it has bccu for joafs, ami is still rising. The First Dish. The first dish of Irish potatoes, grown this season, has been served on our table, through the kindness of our neighbor, Mr. Iloneur K\ox. Several of thctu aro between a partridge and hen eg...

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 March 1859

NkW Yohk Koitokb,?-The New York correspondent of tho Charleston Oourior says: The editors of the papers irt this city are not generally on very good terms, hocially. Hardly two of them visit in tho vaine circles. Mr. Bryant, as a poet and literary man, goes into literary circles.? James JJrouks, living on the Fifth Avenue, and having a fashionable wife, mixes with what is called "our best sooiety." Mr. llllllnttlc. I)f thn Jltllr'nnl nf PnrtnnnvnA n -- - - # " W , .O U , Christian, ana in nil places where bene- ! volencc and religion are interested, ho is ' sure to be present, lien oral Wubb, as J every body knows, is a gentloinan of the old school, highly estecuiod and respected whero ho lives ,(in TarrylOwn,") but supposed to d.tbble too much ill polities, and to ho a too great frequenter of tho lobby. Horace (Ircoloy seeks, and has no nocietv, unless it be that of ucrsous ??. r - ? ye make something out of liiin. 11c is the most good nutured, inuocciit person in the world. Al! gr...

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 March 1859

*$?- - ------ - Vrr.- ? Hymn to the People UV C. 1). STUART. Jyit to be Meat with w:?<rlov strength. To wiel'l the sword mul-weur tlie pluivc, Or ris?{ t<> conqueror'h fnmo ill length, l'roelulijox the gooil or makes the bravo. TV) hnve the power to bitle the worn, And rise ithnvo tltc hiite auU atrifo f)f those to wealth unJ title bom. Is the vrown'ii couvnge of our life. \\ nut are ?l?o swuiits thai prop ft king? The banners in liitt nriiiy's tan? IV strength of soul, tlist. dates to spring Ami show tlie n\oiw\f?h ift the man? Kings mul the mightiest men of arms, Strung an tlie heads of realms they bide, fc>)iovt as tlu?y may with fortune's-charms, , They are like leaves iijioii the lido. In ?lira of old sepulchres they lie, The feiist ot siloncc mid decay. t>nuc iiioii'uo wori'i-nvnrt uenie?u iitgii t Ami Ui roues ilsult upon (u-ilny. Give mo flio innn whoso linmlrtluivc to?Sc<l The couii hccfl to the mellow noil, Whose foot the forest depths lmvo crossed, Whoso...

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 March 1859

SLffiOirE? POETRY, ?; The Mocking Bird- w IIV JI IXiK MKKK. IV From the vulo. what music ringing e Fills tlie l)o.xi)ni'of the niglii : On t lie Aon ho, cntr?hcc?l lling:??? (.' Spells of witchery anddelight! <?i O'er magnolia, lime iiikI codar. From yon locust top it swells, t< J.ike (lie chant of srrcnailef, Or the rhyme of .silver IhiIIi* ! ,, Listen! Mcmvrt, listen to it! Sweeter soumls were never liennl ; " 'Tin the song'of that wiM poet? jMiiumic ami minstrel"?MneltSinr l'.lvil - ? >( Sec liini, swinging in liin glory, On von bending limb, ,s fnrrollitig liii* itmormm Hot v. " l.ikc xnmb wild criwmlcf'H hymn ! tt Now it faints in lone* d?jllol<?iia 'I As tin* Arel low vow a of love ! ti Now it breaks In swells capricious, tl All tIn* moonlight valo above ! ii Listen ! dearest, ete, ,1 AVIiv is't lints, this sylvan Pctrnrch j 1'iinrs nil night Ills serenade ? 'Tis for sotn'c proud woodland I.aura, His snd minttclH arc all made; lint lie cliHtiuus tKfW Ids measure? '...

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 March 1859

IKKOWff OUR IRK.; OB'T. A. THOMPSON, Editor. TF.UNtS vl .')() j mm* iiniullii. iti inhinro. If payment l>e tlolnyetl nutil after the expiration of the yw. $J.U0 For six month*, 7'> coats, in ti<!vnno?. | Advertisements i'i?orti-rt at the nsual rate*. PICKENS S. C.: Saturday Morning, March 28, 1859. The Freshet The streams, recently .?>> ldgli, receded t without inntoriul injury to bridges <>r the planting interest, t he weather is now sousonable and cheoringly spring-like. r ? i _ * 1 1 kopeciHi I , Attention itt directed to tlie Uertisement 1 H of Mr. llourns, wherein lie "i. >r Hnle n ' Sf'-\ desirable trnct of land, 'flic n tirm nt 1 5* ' Buckuy A Cray-tons, at Anderson. in re- j sponsible, fair and eonrteous?give them ? { trial. Soo those and other new advertise- 1 ' meats in our columns this neck. Court Week. tlic Spring term of the Cou-i of General Sessions nod Common I'lcas for this district j oommonccd on Monday last, ills Honor, tTudgo Wiiitneu, pres...

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 March 1859

|kw*li. (^aj.amitx-?Pour Cuildhkn ^liNK.n to I)^Arir.-"A correnpondcnt of ) Atlanta Awr.rfeitn VV. A. Lcwi.i, iting from ('uniming, FoYityth county, i., under date of March 14 h, ffivc? tlio 1 lowing iiart!ouIi:r? of a distressing easu: ty which occurred in that county on Fri- j y nigfyt last. The correspondent snvs : ! ii \' ?i > i r.. . ' I ^unuujuun i>y mu nuuic 01 JMIUS \\ :ili?]>, residing near lJrown'? liiid^c, on liuttuhoocheo, find hiH wife, nbout 0 o'clock I night, left their four children, two hoy? Id two girl*, the eldest twelve yarn old, iid walked to a neighbor'* house, a cjuar- j fcr of a mile off, to nee a nick man ; they 1 ' ft their children all nslecp ; on returning 1>nio, they discovered their Inmso in (laineH, id worn mil *? ... ii .iv-ii iih1 Hccnc oi till) j vvfitl calamity until after the huilditip h:??i j illen in. 'i'lic children ull jiorinlu-d in the Miincs?the last one they hud in the world. ' 1 converged with a gentleman this morn* ! up who wa...

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 March 1859

FOliYjr/. Ileet mo There. Tho l:isl ray* ol 1110 m'MIiiji > 1111? Wore lingering! iu llio \W.?t, I Mood In ono wlioso nicv was ruti, Aii'l .*0011 >lio Miink i" ro.?i. lint 'ere tlio spirit look its lli^lil. From tliis dark world <>|' caro, To ro.-ilms of cvorlnstmjj lijrltt. Slio wlii.-porod, ".Moot mo tlioro!" Id |i>vo?l lior luii^ ami lovod Iter Inn1, \ iiu >m hi neari w as I, {'or all won.1 \\eei>iii? when flier knew Thai she. vr- sin1, must ilie! Ail lis?ii'in,>l lor lu-r parting wonls? She was s>? jioifl anil lair? Hill nil tin* aoi'i'ttts iliai tliev lieanl Were Moot, olt, uii'ct ino there!" Kin- * 1 i 1*11, as gently as the dew i 11 . .. .i :ti i .11.- . ii >>.. ....... .. A'i'l diet, ns .-he hud livcil, ns true As overgrazed eirlh * hower : 5 wiped iIk> death?<l:iin|> ntr Iter brow, An-1 purled haek her hair : \ 11,1 when I Kissed her mid, mid elieek, She murmured, Meet tin; iliorc!" W e l iid her hi (he loin' grave, And sadlv left 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. — 2 April 1859

"TO TIIINE OWN SELF HE TKUE, AND IT MUST FOLLOW, AS THE NJOIIT THE 1>AV, THOl ( AN'ST NOT THEN IiE FALSE TO ANY MAN." HY ROUT. A. THOMPSON. PICKENS COURT HOUSE, S. C. SATURDAY, APRIL !>, I8f><). f VOL. X. -NO. 3<>. SILEOYE? IPOETKV- | Tlio Voice of Spring. I hear thy voice. <> Spring! Its flute-like tones are tlonling tlirougli tlic air, Winning my soul with their wild ravishing, From earth's heart-weury fc.'iro. Divinely sweet thy song? Hut yet mcthinlc8, as near the grove 1 pass. Low sighs on viowlesn winmiare horne nlonir. ? o? Tears gem tlie springing grass. For whore arc tlicy, the young. The loved. I lie beautiful, who, when thy voice, A yoar ngonc, along these valleys rung, Did bear thee andrejoicc! Tlion seeke.<t them in vain? No more they'll greet thee in thy joyoujtromid; Calmly they sleep beneath the muriniirinir main. ur moulder in the ground. Yet peace, my heart?be still ! I.ook upward to yon n/.ucc sky, nml know, To lic!\vculier music now the...

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. — 2 April 1859

kkowiIE ( ori;ikii. R03 T. A. THOMPSON, Editor. TKIVM3. ?AL.tO rtx^vftnum. iA*. itriVKncn. ,1 f bu deluded until Mtor tlio ntpirHtion of <lw _v?ar. $3.IK) For eix month*, 75 ccuta, in .Vfl ."Ji^scnianf-s insort<d at llie usual r.ito*. ; ' V... riCKKNS-'C. II., S. C.: .Saturday Morning, April.a, 10:"9. New Post Offioe- ( - ' A new post office lias been established nt j " Syinineii' Mill*,". in this district, and Mr. ' J.vi;fci> Kvatt appointed Postmaster. Mr. Douglas' Speech. , ikiii. o. .-v. vuiieu otitic** oenn- r tor from Illiuoiivlms forwarded to us his celebrated ?pcoch "ii " Non-intervention?popular Sovereignity." j Whffit we hare fwrusod it with the consideration the subject demands, we uiny have ocie'Jiinp; farther to cay of it. i Court Items. We return to Court- week for an item or two that may intorestonr readers; Thfrgrand jury found only leu ' true bills." 'There ; ' were five convictions on tlie Sessions of ' jitrt. namely : One oasfc of stoaliixr !>? .? ? : ...

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. — 2 April 1859

, , tfbHfttui.K rhnto ltvnnoPHortU.? The Cincinnati Ktiqttiw, of Muiult loth, 1 8?,V?: ! i Some six wctjks Josopli Wright Wnn bitten by his o\vh dog* that wftorwwrd, bit- . ing povcr^t porson* ?nd.\ number of anirtinN, nnd Riving uocidtifoviuntoniii of rftbic*. Wu*., pat to dentli. Wiiglit thought littlo i?f Uu< Jrouiuntanco nt tlic time,' noppofing the antatnt vicious inther tliuu mnd. una nothing occurred to cuuso ulurm until Inst WednGR- j day.whon ho oxnerieucod i?'g??n*de?l of pain | in tho arm uuoii which tho <|og hud faatonftd i hin tcctl). Tho piuti incrcixnod until he deoin o<I 11 iMvisuLilc to pond tor it |>hvMOi?iP> wn? 1 gave him a lotion, but intimated to ay.one the ( danger of hia patient. Wright's ?ufl\?ring i tucrcnKO'l, the nain extended to uliuomt eve- ( ty tmrt of liia body, until Sunday Morning, when he became*raving mm!, nutl his disease ' . win declared to be hvarnpllohia. Ilt? roved ; nl tiniOK nnd tore bin hair and lle^li and fixiin- ' f tod at...

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. — 2 April 1859

posTsiy. From the llotnd Journal. My First Love iiv JOHN AI.HO. A maiden unuc I ehmiced to kno\<", w ith bounty aUper'uitttnu; ? 11 or voleo wim yemlo, ?oft nn<l low"? Tlmt " excellent tiling in wmnnn." AVo traced logqtlior.mountain streams, Ami, when the st um were shining, Wo talked of poetry and diuiind? Their mysteries divining. I fell tluit fale no grief could give Like pmnion unrei|nlted. Ami ili.it 1 could no longer livo Unless wo were united! I breathed my love ? lior hand I prefixed? While she, her r"OS averting. Ketiirnod ilie pre ire, and eunfesscd That sdic trai?onij/fttrtiuff vhnmrv. "! Charming to read to ChildrenTliJ following fairy tale is translated from tlic licrmnti, and called " Tiik Knciiantkd Pot:" " There wasonce n baron who was a very hard and cruel man, ?jnick to get, nnd slow to sp< nd; greedy of gain, and loth to give ; ;i 11 oppressor of tlie poor, and n spoiler of the needy. Oil bis property lived a poor widow with an only son, whom, little by l...

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. — 9 April 1859

' ' 11 ^ Hiin-WIKII I II i III I I ? .?.? -? *.?->. ...? '?"' > ? ? ' ' ' "* "to THINK OWN 8KI.F BE TUUK, AND IT Ml'ST FOLLOW, AS THB NIOIIT TflK D.W. THOU < AX'ST NOT TilKN IH* FAl.BK TO ANY MAS\" BY ROB'T. A. THOMPSON. PICKENS COURT HOUSE, S. C. SATURDAY, APRIL <>, 1851). VOL. X. NO. 37. SELIEOVEE) .POETRY crri::.. . . . -: A Voice from Honveii" 1 tfliitiQ iii tlie light of Go'!, 11 i.i likeness stump* my brow. [trod Through t lie slmdow of ilvut h my feet liuvo Ami I reign in K'orJ" now. No breaking heart is, hero, No keen and thrilling pain, K<? wast ?d check, where the frequent tdnr Ilntli roiled and lelt Its ftain. 1 have found the joy of Heaven, I tun one of the angel hand, To my iieiid n crown is given, .iiiu ii iuir]> in 111 my iinnil ; I h?v? Icm-neil tho fong Hioy xlng Wliolil JccllH It lit 11 llMl'to I'VtfO. Ami the glorious Imlls of Meiivon still ring .Will* my now-born melody. Jso ?iu, no grief. no pnin, iSal'c in my liniipy homo ; My fours uro tl?...

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. — 9 April 1859

kkowhe com:i Kit..! ROB T. A. TII0MP30N, Editor. TV. II MA I.milium. In si'lvatico. If piv:n"iii hfl ili'liiyo<l iiniil nlloi' !icexpiration<it" tlio vo n'. For .-<i\ moiitUrt. 7"> trout s, in Arlr.i rtctf. A'lviirti.'U'iiietiM iii^'M-lf"! :il (lie usual rules. PICKENS C. II., S. C.: Saturday Morning:, April 0, 1859. y; To Correspondents ^ rrOsporidiMits' ftivoi.? arc on tile. Tli> , will !><> attended to in gnod time. All 00:11mnnications nominating persons for oilier must bo paid fur at mir usual into*. A Prisonf. We tiro iudoMul to ('apt. Thus. II. 1.1.0v \ v, of Jackson county, .V. for an apple of last year's crop. It is of tlio variety known as tlio " Spring llosc," ami, when received. i was in a g> ??l state of preservation, lie lias ' our thanks for his attention. Paleday L'lus monthly ovont was rather a slim affair. Tho f<nles amounted to little, and the attendance of persons wan not largo. The Agricultural Society held its quarterly meeting in ...

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. — 9 April 1859

ArufaTA, ttatf:, April 2.?The ?te?mbttiit Aui^usta la.?C night'exploded, about 40 ini)oH below this city.oU the Savaimuh iivor. Hour)' l)ny, the iMiginctr, und throe lu'pmeH were drowned. ?Seven hundiY.d ond lightv bales of cot toil, 540 burrols ot' flour,besides other produce, were burnt.? The bout and cargo avo ? total low. The cargo was partly uinured in New York. c\u'tt!rk of a flkhtivk stiavk ati iiaukisuimui?txtkn'sk kxcitkmknt.? i Jlarmburir. Penn.. Am-il ? \? exeitomont was crottUxl hero, thin u?orn- \ ing, hv Deputy I*. 8. MhVmIuiI Jenkins' uniting a colofcd man, under tlic Fugitive SIhvo Ijuw. Tho arrest wa.s uiailo in tho. luurkotiphico, ai(d the fugitive wax taken to iMiiludelphin, to Appear before fI fs. roninitissioiior Loripitrotli. The slave in claimed by ,a prtVtV from ; Virginia why s?y tb?t h? six. years njro. ; The negro is mimed Daniel Web- j 8t??r, and ho say* that he has been living j Id llavrlhbiyg, nine ycarw. I'mi. vifKl.viiiA, March 5il.?Voatcrthiy : loomi...

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. — 9 April 1859

PO&TOY. From llie Knickerbocker Magazine. The Iufant King. ' IM like to play with lop, or bull, Or livoly Iviltledoro: O,- l.uijli i<> .?ce the piper kilo S ) lii;(li uiioro me so.ir." ' Nav. Sire." the regent gravely sai'l, " Asiiie lit <(. l'nllici? Minjr : niMii.'inUur, I liiui jh you ure 11 child, Vou iuv a nation'* king." " I'll iro. witli von l?r little liov? To sport upon tlio green ; I'm- sure buyon>I Ipalace-walls llight morry things are seen." ' M v lie^e, >' wouUl appear to nio A most uiiA'omJy tiling, U' chil'iren of ignoble race Slioul 1 gambol with their king." " In-iloors, alone, sinco 1 |iin*t he, I 'll lnok soiiio pictures n'?o\ Or spread o>ii all my pretty toys I'pon the nuracr.v-tiyor." * N iv, but your m-ijcsty tnn^l tend 'I'lla books youi- tutors bring; Ami Iwisic to loarn wlmt best befits ? A mighty people's king." ' t)l?! w nil'l that I wove not a Wing !"' The liny monarch cried, \Yhilo fust adown liis infant check The drops of sorrow {rl...

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