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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 16 April 1859

"TO THINK OWN SELF ME TRUE, AND IT MUST FOLLOW, A8 THE NTCTIT Tiff. r>.\V. TIIOT f'.AN'ST NOT THEN KK F.M.SK TO ANY -M \N." HY ROBT. A. THOMPSON. PICKKNS COURT HOUSE, S. C. SATURDAY, APRIL I<>, 1859. VOL. \\?NO. " 1 1 t - ! I ^s'LisuriE;? re&YlftY, * ?-r vT-. - ...__ . U An April DayWhen the wurin sun, (hut brings " Seed-time find hnrvt'sf, Jui8 returned nguin, U 'Tis cVCfit lo visit tho still rvcnd >vh??r?* Pjirings (j The first flnwcr o( the plain. ^ 1 love the scn?ou well. ' 1 When forest glades are teeming with bright t? form*, j Nor dark and many-clouds foretell 'I'lie coming-on of storms. From the earth's loosened mould D The sapling draws it1' sustenance nnil thrives J Though stricken to the heart with winter's . cold. 1 The drooping tree revives. " S The soft ly*w nil "led song Conies from the pleasant woods, and colored wings .Glance <juick in the bright siui, that moves " nlong S The forest openings. >Vben the bright Sunset fills Tim silver woods with...

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. — 16 April 1859

KKOWKE (\OllUEK.I *. -v.. ... ? - 1 ROB'T, A. THOMPSON, Editor. i- r- - ... - r ? TF.KM^.?ftl.o ) V1'1' hihiiiTii, in it'lvau-p. It' pxyiurjnt '><* dvbiycl until uricciliocNpivittiou of | lli?> yi>:ir. l'<ii- >i\ luutitlm, To cutitd, in tt'lvillU'V. V?lvi;rti'?oniwnt? insM'tcl a? I lie usual rnton. PICKKNS ('. II., S. V.: Saturday Morning, Apiil 16, 1859. Another Fire. "Wo r<?g?>t to learn tliut another largr ]>lnnl: kiln, Wlonirlng to the Six Mile t.'oiiijmuy, was hurno'l i?t lip* Million Wednesday inori?w ' lu->t The luinhor was valued nt n Ik nit $500. Tlio t.'sui>o of tlw lire ii uiikiiown. vii nuuuvt'u. <":idoi F. L. (?.ih\*in, of tliis district, grail" ; natod ut tho Citadel, in Clmil<rxt< n, on the j Pth inst. He is succeeded, as llic hetu'lieinry iVoin this district, by Master J>. X. Ai.kxani ui, a promising young man. Fatal Accident. AV'e have l?ecn informed, at rather n late lay, of u fatal accident at Tunnel llill. On l!io24th ...

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. — 16 April 1859

the monetary centres, and tlio great mar-j kcts of the country. Y ot every enterprise seems to strengthen our common wealths for the efforts instead ot' producing weak-1 ncssand threatened ruin. The steady increase in the production of the great staples of the country is not the only flattering evidence of improvement.? j Tin) rtochtic ondition of our laboring classes? the small number of our helpless poor indica tcs a healthy organization of society. The contrast hofweon 4WIVH UIIU uiu | South in this regard is so striking its to ] prove suggestive to statesmen and philan- , thropists. In Now York, in 18J>7, relief . wax granted to the poor to the amount Of $1,351,333 3). The number of persons dependent upon public charity was 178, 2-49. The StatO has been compelled, in its provision for almshouses alone, to expend ono million dollars. Of the army of her 1 uauners. (57.0(10 urn n:.fiv..c nfil.u . j _ ... ? vti VI MIIO tUH'l " try.* The pauperism of other free States ?enrcoIv aff...

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. — 16 April 1859

??3S;TRY. " ! *s %. - . 'Twill all bo ltight'Vh^ro'a huppinos* within tliis world, It' wo liuvo tVionds t?> Io\o us? 11' w< liiivc otto whoso gnldou smile# Hoitiu like 11 o l)o]>o.? ahiivo us. l,'?l sorrow liinrlt u> will* its lili^lit ? It'we arc loved,' 'twill all Im riglit. There's nuu-h of oorufort ill lliis life ; Aud much of j. -rt'oci pleasure, If we have otto whoso profYor'd love Wo pvizo as sitw'd IfouRurc. 1.01 troillllo OXOI l'ixO ilrt mii'l.l This bk'JfsO'l love will muke it right. What though the heart i* bending down With keen nud heavy sorrow ; II >pe on the grief we huvo to-iluy Shall lurn to joy to-morrow; lluvfi Mill! tliou^h now life is not bright ? if w? urc loVcd, ':?:!! r.W be rig!-' ;t>? .. . I.... ii Tho Sabbath in Israel. Scattered up it ml down through all tlio I land ofKgyptthe slave's slash on their nooks, I weary by tlie side of the long tale of bricks, j these Hebrews may mi roc have known the j day of rest; but now (Jod had said, "Let...

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. — 23 April 1859

? - ' ' - ' L i i mil i ' ,aii It'. ' I'' 1j'l?>*'.11 1 I "* ^ ^~ - -^ - 1 ? "TO THINE OWN SELF BE TllUE, AND IT MUyT ?OL?6w, AS THE NIGHT THE i)AY, TllOt) CAN'ST NOT THEN HE FAI.SE TO ANY MAN,'1 , BY ROB'T. A. THOMPSON. PICK HNS COURT IiOIISK, S. C. SATURDAY, APRIL 23* I8f>a VOL. X. NO. 39. ai."i/j.n.'.L![^iu j.j. .iitijM, ..jjjLwu.V JI'II *1 rf 'i' p u1 '. i*.... - i iii"" ?? ? ?? Thoughts and FanciesVFhoo you lnvvo liv?4 your given span, And lnid your moot! of glory, Unjoyotl in livin/j nil you cau, Ahrl told Hfe'? ailrlouf* Story? And oliimed youv iiint faitil hollow itrnin, Within your movtiil chamber, Ilow much of ploottuco, joy. or pain, llcivrt. wUl you rcniombcr! Ih thnrc ii thought whose hallowed ftro Esbapina Into other, Shall whIoIi this .sinki'-g frame oxpir?, At)4 float through time and Wosithov? In ther? a pang which mOnatfl enrti, ? \Vho86 cold phosphoric ember, Along thy mouldering man en shall burn In deuth's dialeiupurcd chamber ? tfho flowers that bloom, th...

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. — 23 April 1859

kkowi<;k cor.inm. ROBT. A. THOMPSON, Editor. Tl'illMS.?$l.V) pqr annum, in mlvnnco. If pnymorit bo ailiiyo^ until ufXertlico*pirti(iortrvr tho venr. For six moiilh*, 75 vicUis, la aiivMiioo. Advertisement? >it the uson! rnt?s. ?- v. - - > tr PICKENS C. II., S. C.: Saturday Morning, April 23, 1850. Frost The frost1 this wr-.nk kijled such of tlio fruit as escaped tho tbrmcrsovero "cold snap." m-M It is thought by aoiniO, also, thai Wheat is ' materially injured. Corn, with tender vegetation gonerally, has been nipped to the earth. Thorc was moro or inss ioo on Monday morning. Personal TIjo spring examination of the South Car- I oliim College has just closed. It was all that could bo desired. Amongst tho appointmonta for the May Exhibition, we aro ploascd to bee that Mr. W. T. Ci.bvki.and, of Pickeus, stands second on the list. The Blue Ridge Barbecue"Wo presuuio it is only noccsaury to make iiieution of tho subject to interest all eoucorned in the mass mooting recommended to...

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. — 23 April 1859

1u:i.i?ion at iiomk.?ltcligion begins in tho family. Olio of the holiest sanotu- | nries ou earth is home. Tho family altar is more venerable than any ajtnr in a ohuroh built with hands. The education of tho 1 t*oul for eternity begins by the firreside.? Tho principle of lovo which is to be oarricd ' through tho univorse is first unfolded in < the fumily. " Let them learn first," srys 1 tho apostle, " to show piety at homo." Pi)rvrvo " t '* i ?vu? j usiijvf.?; is tuo sense of smelling more pleasing than that of tasting?" was tho subject up bot'oro a debating olub. Skilton wnu tho last to speak i upou tho negative, and all wore anxious to bear him, when, ringing tho bell, lie or- 1 dcrcd up a ela/a of hot whiakey-punoh, and ? drank it off with great gusto. Then turn- 1 ing to his opponents, ho handed the ompty glass to tho loading disputant, and thundered ftilt, "Now sir. smell it.?"' Tt i? r.ocd.esh to add that* Hkilton "brought down the house,,J and carried tho decision 1 for th...

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. — 23 April 1859

TOSfiSY. 1 c? "nrrnii .1 "*. 1 If I Could havo my Way. BY MRS. VALKNT1NK ROllERT#. if I could have my way, Whnt custom* 1-would break, IVliat fashions I'd dmlrov, And nic? new Ijvwb I'd make ; Husbands should never t'uino. And wivo* should hold the away Writ blessed times they'd be, If 1 could havo my way. If I could have my way, I'll toll you wliut I'd Jo; I'd have tlio single wed. Ami all the married true ; No doubl3 tlion should exist. i No husbands dura nay " Nay," Whfllo'er Ids wifo should ask, If I could have my way. j I'd Iihvo a law enforced, That then no gcntloman, . Without his wife's consent, j Should stuv out after ten : No wife should venture then ' An Angry word to sn.v? ; For Indies all arejdeasod ] It' they but have their way, Old bachelors I'd tux? | No matter higli or low? They'd soon g<*( married then, ' , Were taxes levied so : Old maids I'd pension well; For this with truth 1 say, I ' They would not single dwell, . i If they could have their way. ! , Hitf nli...

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. — 30 April 1859

"TO THINK OWN JSgLF JJK TKl'E, AND IT MUST FOKKOW, AS THE NI(S I IT THE DAY, TlfOE (WN'HT NOT THEN HE 1'Al.SE TO ANY MAN." BY llOIVT. A. THOMPSON. PICKKNS COURT HOUSE, & C. SATURDAY, APRIL 30, 1859. VOL. X. NO. 10. a*' . ... y. .. ii. i M.; i IIl II .... i ~. > i _< i ?.n>?iii.'i 11.,. i I.... _ nj .I..... ' ..I ? /fS f>J n rvj Av ,- . ? *-* -' -* ' ^s'juisiyT&p iFOSTlrlV, v Vn God. " The fooliiulh eald in hip hcrtvt, 'fKopfelft no . '* 'G6<C". >' * ' * '* * *>" ?' Xo God ! Xo Hod !" The simplest tlowcr Thirt on t lie wild Ih found, 1 Shrinks ns 1( drinks cup of ticw,' And tremble* fti the sOnnd. ' No Hod 1" nntoufphed'' Kolio crieti From out Iter env?>rf> hour, And every vinw|lni bird tlmt llica ltoprovca the Atheifrt lore. TKe solemn forest lifts its liefid f The. Almighty \<v proclaim, 'flic brooklet g)i J(n cryjfipl urn, Dotlt lenp to gruyc 11 in >1111110. HOW B>Vclls the deep Ulld VCUgoflll Sfift Along Ids billowy tvack, TheVed Vesuvi...

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. — 30 April 1859

f, K BOW BE n>l'RIEI!.! ROB T. A. THOMPSON, Editor. -$1.W pet* milium, i? iidviuiec. IT j payment bo <lob\y?'<l unrll ntter tin* vxpiVution of tliu your. Fur six month*, 7m eentf, ill tulyuncc. AilYitrtiMmi>nlit irtwrte'l nt tlie usiml rntos. PICKENS C. II., S. C.: -? Saturday Morning, April 30,1850. To Correspondents. Correspondents' furor* will nppoar as we ^ can mnko rootu for them. Our time being pre-ocoupicd, if nothing el.-o. would prevent us from undertaking to "re-writ#'* or even attempt to "mnootho" cither the prose or poetry of our friend*. Information, however, of n local and inter- i estiug nature will he thankfully received and i put ut "ship tdmpc" 1 to lore it goos to the press. Will our friends, furnish us with sot:h items by mail or otherwise, ut tliu curliest possible monvqut'! It will udd to the inter- ! ost of our journal, and to the general stock ol' panning events. Speoml Attoullon i.t directed to the new fidvortisemonts in our present number. Robbe...

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. — 30 April 1859

: I'KTTiCQATS IN TUK L;bT.WT.~?Mrs, Antoinette JJrown Blackwell lectured in \ Boston Music Hull on Sunday supplying Theodore Parker g desk. A multitude oi people jifwoiubled Her discourse treated of the moral and religious duties of aooUtV. The A tins says tho " sermon " was smooth?, pleasantly aud womanly, not striking. Ho( '? only ornament of dreas was a velvet rosette, She inndo an excellent impression, and, ac cording to tho Atlas, would run it few Sun? days a? a novelty. Hut Howton dwn not bei lievc in woman proaohinir. rm< . 1 J.l a 1 '- F' . -.??. ' " . J1 i Mviuuvi", nn itiu 7?11 lilt. hy Cict. W. (1. I Mulliiitiix, M)r. .Iamkh l>. UahiJaway to Mrs. Maria Oainks, nil of I'lekeii*. On Thursdity evening 2li>t lust. by Lot! N. Uobins, K*rj. Sir. Bayur Kiriio(,)o!i to Miiw J'ii.ixAiiKTii, daughter of Mr.- Daniel Wliituiire, ?11 of l'ickcini. At (lie UoiiMO of the bride'* father, on .Sunday evening(he 'iitli instant, by I). I'. Jlobiti*. Knq., Mr. DaVIU (juaiiukit to MUa...

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. — 30 April 1859

poirnY. Ki'im flic Motoury. Tho Approach of EveningThe evening hour eotaos on upiico. Tlic sun. In fuU-oi->Mj?l hnjrUtiiuif*, sink* (o western worlds Klsntjig the liorruou on liis lordlv nuircli, \n?l throwing hack, o"er nil lils travelled way, Far it[C llu* 1ir;?ven<. ? softened .smilo of plory. Tlie ho|mu Mini (11! 11111 of a laboring world Are "lyi?>r hifn ?ilen<-<\ Tlic lowing Mei- N, nl?w ?:v viujt from tlio day't? long labor in Inxuriiint meads, homeward (lnjlr luxy .loiinioy trace. urged on by watch-dog's bark or Herd <in ui'n quickening whoop. '1 lie songsters of | lie luci'i iiuMi unrir n>rnntiDM< lays. ?ocK denser Shudo , mid, (.'uwvi'iiii; in their dim solitude, \htici|>.itc 'In' deeper gloom of ni^ht. The boo, \n i111 her drty's lusl freight of gathered Sweet:*, f?n hasty wing rettiitiing. enter.-) The hive', deposits in it-* destined coll The liquid treasure, un>l shuts hei-htisy Kves to sleep. The sighiug of tho wind .seems Weary. The fadi...

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 May 1859

* "TO THINE OWN SELF D? TllUE, AND IT MUST FOI.T.OW, AS THE NIGHT THE.DAY, THOU CAN ST NOT THEN HE FALSE TO ANY MAI." BY Iiorr. A. THOMPSON. PICKENS COUIIT HOUSE, S. C. SATURDAY, MAY 7, 1859. VOL. X. NO. 41. fB> \vr I; * 1 ' " ' IT vj-yir, J mi), roii tiik cociuk.u i The Keowee River- 1 The Kcowcc river mil of old, 1 When firM the huii began to beam; j It ran transparent, free anil bold, | Ami then us now, it run down strciim ! I No mortal snw its tidca, ! i No fords ftcrosB its .sluice were set, I , It washed the hills it yet divides, And then uauow, its waters wet! | I.onely it hold its dashing way : j ' it.? witters turned no miller'* crunks. ' Or through olil t?lills, cheered hutmin clay, | Nor l'ickcns htood upon its hunk*! It Was n stream, nor deep nor wide I As Ama/.oniau waters (ire. ( Hut no one pvur saw it dried, j , Since Ood with water wrote it there. At length the fish began to swim Ami play within its crystal tides; I'pon it birds did skip and skim And in it deer di...

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 May 1859

fi KKOW El col HlKli. ROB T. A. THOMPSON, K.'.itor. ? ?I.-V.) ucr annum. in n<lvr\nt?o. If ; }>\yiuout l?i "Hii/C'l unlil 11 ft or tlioexpiration of I tlie yr.if. $2.00 For six month*, TScont.s, in advance. Advertisements in?-..Tto<l at the usual nitcs. =s?ii?'te..- . A- * v . ?. P II O f - & IV-il n.l O V. II., Oi V/i i Saturday Morning, May 7,1850. Information Wanted Tiio heirs of J vies Cj.auk, deceased, who removel from V ir^inia in 1820-'25, and whose mother'* maiden name was Mitciiem, will hear of something to their advantage l?y ' applying at thisoflieo hy letter or otherwise. Early. Capt. J. 15. IIkeweii, of (Ids district, presented u? on -Monday Inst, with a mess of , r,ngiisn jims. ji nev lire inu nisi we nin e scon, nml we return our thanks lur the favorEquity. All cflusc.4. of a litigated diameter, must bo j lllo.l with tlio Commissioner on or before Monday the 23d May, instant. A Righteous Verdict The SiiM.Es case. at Washington, lias been disposed of by 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. — 7 May 1859

uo tho investigations, the testimony elicited implicating several Bishops nml Presidents civil authorities of the Territory, in inur-, ders i\t various, times, all of whom fled to escape orient. Four (J rami Jurors discfnttyrcd by Cradlebuugh bad also lied. Cedar City and several other towns in the vicinity of the Mountain Meadows tunsBiicro arc almost depopulated. It is also stated that tho Indians, about a tliousaud strong, headed by white men, had musterercd in that neighborhood, who express a determination to prevent tho arrest of any one in that section. Judge Cradlebaugh emphatically denies j Hint the Uraiul Jury protected ngainxt tlioir discharge, as stated by the J>e?eret News. Highway lloiniKHV.?On Saturday nftc-tiiooii iiwl, two men, named W i 11 iIIiu Morris and (.leorge 0older, bcinjr in Klliott ptroet, on a frolic, were accosted by three men, one of whom is named Hawkins, and nnothor Charles Blako ah'us Liverpool Johny?the name of the third man unknown?who invited Mo...

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 May 1859

JJiUEOTiED TOETOV, _ A Cistlo in the Air. 1*11 toll you, ftioni. wliat sort of wifo, Whcno'nr I scan this sccue of life, Inspire* iny vrnkllijr s.'huinps. And when 1 sloop, with 1'oVni so light, Dances before my vavinlicd night. In sweet norial ilroninn. !* - t.1.. .I - * * * i no 111.10 ii ? uniaiiv ni'CH nni leivt, N'cr j' -'t the Ii 11v with them blend, To eaptiv ito my eyes. Give me ii cheek the heart obeys. An I. sweetly mutable, displays Irs feelings as they rise ; Featurei, where pensive, more than gay, fj.iv.i when a rising smile doth play, The sober thought you see : Ilyes (hat all soft mm tender seem, And kir ' affections round them beam, lJut uk t of all on me ; A form, though not of finest m ndd, Where yet a something you behold Uticoriseiously doth please ; Manners all graceful without art, Tii:it to each look and word impart A modesty and ease. JUit still hor air, her face, cnch charm, Must speak a heart with feeling warm, And mind Inform the whole; With mind her mantl...

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. — 14 May 1859

"TO TIIINK OWN SELFBK TRUE, AND IT MUST FALLOW," AS THE NIGHT THE DAY. T11 or V A OT^M I EN IJ E FALSE TO ANY MAN." BY ItOB'T. A. THOMPSON. PICKENS COURT HOUSE, S. C. SATURDAY, MAY ! 1, I8;5<). ' VOL. X. NO. 42. SBLEQTlgp IPOHTKV, Pictures of MemoryBY AMOK CAUKV. Among tho beautiful picture* That hanjr on memory's wall, Is one of a <lim old forest, Thai secmcth tl?o hest of all; Not for the (tnnrlcd oaks ohlcii, l)avk with the mistletoe, j\or tor tue vioicis jtomcii That sprinkle tho plain lielow. Nol for (lie milk-white lilies That lean from thetrnernnt heil^o, Coiniettiiijrnll day with (lie sunbeams, Ami slcaliiift their pohlen etlgc ; N<>r for tlift vinos in the upland, Where the bright roil berries rest. Nor the pinks, nor the pale sweet cowslip, It scemeth to 111c the best. 1 ? 'ec had a little brother, ./itl? eyes that wore dark and deep; In the lap of thai dim old forest lie lieth in peace nslcep; l.ijrht as ttic down of tlie thistle, Free as tho winds that blow. ...

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. — 14 May 1859

KKOWKF, cor I! I KH. EOB'T. A. TH0MPS02T, Editor. TKKM4.?$1.50 per itnnuut, in udvnuco. If piyincnt ho iIoI-?y<hI until nl'tur the ospirtillon of tlio ycftr. For six months, cents, in . u?ivimcc. A<lvorti*oments in?crto<l nt tlii? uxunl rnto*. pickexs r. n? s. c - Saturday Morning, May 14,1850. Advertisements. Wc would call tlio attention of our reader# to the now advertisement of J. 11. K. Si.oan ?!c Co., who hove now on hand a lino assortment of groceries, hardware. ete. Call upon him at Pendleton. Also the advertisement >of II. Fajk.\, at AValhalla. An Inquest A iorv of inuuc.st was hchl over tho ?l<>nil body of Thom as Montuomkkv, ?n aged aud ( VespectaMe citizen of this* district, resoling near Piekensville. His deal It is ascribed to the effects of intemperance. The verdict of the jury of inquest was, tlmt lie eame to his death by the visitation of God. Still Behind the Times. The Charleston Coiirirr, of the "1st April j Jlllil tll<? *?! i\i% Mil V tviu'rt...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 14 May 1859

thnnks addressed by tlic Qenorul to the ladies and children ; * thesO she preserves as Hiiorod relics to bo left to her posterity.? Sho beg* yuu will Accept her best wishes for the sui-ccss of your patriotic mid very praiseworthy undertaking ; nnd should I'rovidOHCC spare her life to kliow her wishes fulfilled, it will afford her much grutificntion. Near Camden, S. C., March 21, 1859. Timks I'KKSCIIIiikd iiy Law for Ckiitain Ai>VKRi'ISK.mKN'l'h.?Siiloof Ileal Instate to be Advertised for throe wcuks. Salo of Persona! Property to be advertised for two weeks. Attachment cases once every three months for year and <l;ty. Kulea against Absentees, three months. Insolvent J)ehtors, once a month for throe months. OitTtion to Ad.ninister once a week for two weeks. \< it. !#% *? 4 11 <M U> C I1C Legislature for oh liters, for Sro\v road,- for making stroamcs n.avig iblo, foV escheated property,&e., threo months preceding sesHUlM. Ritrays (horse or mule) onoc a month for fou...

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. — 14 May 1859

PQsrav. The Noble Farmer. IIY Mil*. I,. II. SldOrilVKY. Agriculture m tli'! ni'i't lienltliy. tliP ino>t u*o?'ul. the most iiotublc employment of mull." ?-C! KOKGi: WASHINGTON. Wliat Itero fl'oni t(i?' liittle strife. Willi p'lliii4 of victory erowuM, K.i'n >'? el irion music in liienr i i n.ii t-.u in .s reni ni'si ><>1111<I H'haf ruler o'er i\ nation's love !n majesty suMimo, Tho first, (ln> greatest in the realm, A Wing in Freedom's elime, 'letnriis to rural haunts to watch !fis ri|?ening wheat-fields wate * A Messed gladness in his heart That {{lory never gave. Who, mill his acres broad ami green. Where plow-shares Wreak (he so.I, Prefers in sylvan /oils tr> Walk Willi Nature ami with (!oil? Tlicro was but one?who thus retired I'rotn I'oiKjtiiv is. | (in or mid pride, lor which ambition liuth so oil iu madness striven mid died. There was l>nt one?'lost nsl; his ltamc 'Neath fair Virginia's sky tio. find Monti! Vernon's sepulchre And heed its answering ...

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