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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 21 May 1859

MB ' ^ - .-~~r - -rj" ?-, y MpgP "TO 1'IIINK OWN SKL1' ]JE TllUK, AND IT MUST FOLLOW, AS THE NIGII'T Till: DAY. THOU CAX'Sfc NOT THK* HK FAT.SE TO VXY MAN."* .Jf JlV UOIJ'T. A. THOMPSON. PICKENS COURT HOUSE, S. C. SATURDAY, MAY 2!, J MO. VOL. X. NO. M. flsrs-n fff <Pi'iP re* (i-S\ iM/rs-.tr-"^^ <vr I .? M ? ??. ? ... . ... u IE.IU/ U Irt. V J The Little Boy That DiedM'lic credit of (lie follow *<g feeling line* hnS been given to |)r, Chalmers of Kdiuhui*gh.?? iiiitiij IfSniiH Iiave1>eeii fintUiolv made <lei?clafo. and how ninny Almost imagine the wniiu breath of the 1oh( one uj on (heif olickH, see i,lie wavy form bol'oro them, and feel (lie colt touch of the velvety check, and breathe deeper ntld more sadly when they iduill have pci'iiued theee 1 ei\viei- souvenir* ot Ihe dear ik'pihicd. I nin all alone in inv chamber now. ' . Ami I lie midnight hour is iicnv : 'fho Piijjot'H crack, ifml the dtlch'e full lick, Arc ?lie oil'y sounds 1 hour. AH A over my foul in sol in...

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. — 21 May 1859

k|o w Ir coX |M ROB'T. A. TAOMtSUtf, Edifcoc. TKUMS.?$I.iV) |>6r artiVrtrn, in nftranco. If payment t>o tKi|?v(?l until after tlie Expiration of the year. $'2.1M) For nix mOntli.s, 7"> cent*, in advance. Ailvot'lU^rnonU itworlnil !\( tlio 114Y1O v*1?Su k'ICKENS C. H., S. C.: Batnrday Morning, May 21,1850. A 1 A xxusuuiA necessity existed which roadn our absence lust wOe\t woll-nigh unavoidable. To (J. l'ui.i.l.w, F.sfj. our renders arc indebt*k1 for tin? very ucccntablc manner in which ho presided over these columns. Wheal. The prospect for wheat, in this district, is hot good. The frost injured it materially, und, in some sections, the rust hits nimlo its appearance on tlic stal,*. The grouwA weed1 ed, with nn ordinary productive season, would have tm?d?5 ? large yield; the Court t?f Aippcals, Which have been in session, in Columbia, adjourned on Monday last. The casos from this district were tbus-disposed of: At Law.?Ximrod Leathers ads. W. 11J.outliers. Motion granted, t...

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. — 21 May 1859

j roui u:til 8 Juiiriiiil of IloaltH. Bleeping Together If a twin wj* to t<ee a ]iiartdr <Jf ftl inch of worm put in liia cup ol cofTr'??> b>i c<)Uld not drink it, because he known that the whole cup would b?' impregnated' ' & very small amount of rioino virulent jioirtou be introduced into a glass of water, the drinking of it might not produce instant death, hut that would not prove thnt it was Jim nuniui, only that there was not enough pi' it to oauuo a destructive re.sult immediately. We ?iekcn .it the thought of tikii.g the breath of aontlier tlie moment it leaves the ftiouth, but that breath mingles with the a air about the bed in which two persons lay; and it i? rebre;tthed, but not the less often r...^ nil ill remiiy oil account <>I 1110 dilution, except that it is not taken in its con'contrated form, l??Hr each breath makes rt more concentrated. One sleeper corrupts the atmosphere of the room by his own breathing, but when two persons are breathing a...

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. — 21 May 1859

IF?)?~irJ\? V, 1 Love this Glowing Southern Clime1 love t Si in glowing Southern dime, Willi >kies so wiltilv hripM : Where reigns out' constant sweel spring lime, So lull ill' fuli'l <letiglil : Wlicro flowers are blooming nil the venr, As beautifully full*, As if tlie Moral i|iiecn limi mn?lo Her frnjjrtini palace I here. 1 love the Southern solictor'* note, The 1?iliny zephyr's hrenth. Where perfumetl strains oT miuic float, From out tlie forest's depth; Where blithesome hearts nre warm ami true, As ever lireatlied a grayer. At.'il wliere enchanting pleasures woo The soul to linger there. I love the Southern twilight hour, ii urcailies u noiy spell, While musing 'neiilli the orange bower, ()r in some I airy ?loll ; I love its slurry heavens l?v night, lisilewy moonlit eyes, Whore Luna's silvery beams of light, (i Ion in through the orange leaves. You speak to me i?f happy homes, Kar in the snowy North : ] know I he heart where'er it roams, Will love its native hearth ; Kut ...

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. — 28 May 1859

j "TO THINE OWN SELF BE TRUE, AND IT MUST F'OUXOW, AH THE ^rOlIT TUB D.W. TIIOI CAN ST NOT THEN HE KAI.SE TO ANY MAN." J}Y ROB'T. A. THOMPSON. P1CKKN8 COURT IIOUSF, S, C. SATURDAY, MAY 28, 1851). VOL. X. NO. 44. i" y ^f^?* 1 | *|T*TrW mT~*m? TT~~TTT1?? ?W?HaJL LJ J|?irTlnr P I III I m ' , ,, mil?(?? TTWIlt?I !<||>ll >' II III .. _ U _ _ - -J l-.IJ.I.-Ll II I I . ? j?(L(!L?TrGl[0 ni ?jr, ill t1i?irKclf-dovotinjr labors. tho moft | Hook thun the" Aincrienn Snfcllimr." I iu r:r. ? - - - fllich Though Poor. n v A. i>. r: n a.n ixii.rit. No rood of laml in nil tlio curlli, No sliips upon tlio fen. Nor trouMici'M rare, nor goiiif, ??"r gold, I>o nny k?>o|) for Die; As yoMterdny i wroiiulil for brctul, So must I (oil io-rfiiy ; " ? I, Nor 1 so poor ns they. On yonder tvee (lie simlij^liI falls, Tlie robin's on ilie bough: Ft ill I citii lienr !i nierrie: nolo Thnn lie is wiii'lding now . He'd lull an Arnb of the sky, . I" And nevor lingers lonpr: 11 . l'.itt that o'er rui...

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. — 28 May 1859

KKO W KE COURI VM ROBT. A. THOMPSON, Editor. TERMS.?SI.;">() per tinmiin. iti iuIvihicc. If payment be ?ieiaye<l until after ilioexpiration of ihi> year. Fur i<i\ niontli.i, 75 cent*, in Atlvancc. .iiuviiinviuvMii^ iini in-M m inr muii I *L?p. PICKENS C. II., S. C.: Saturday Morning, May 28, 1850. FrostA friend informs us that, on Monday morning last, a light frost appeared in tlio upper part of the district. V egetation is uninjured, though it loft its mark on the young corn.? "With us, during the week, the nights have boon unusually cool for the season. Tax Statistics Through the kindness of Mr. C.vnv, \vc havc'beeu furnished with the following items, taken from his tux books. The State tax is $.*>,988.80; Ilond, Sl.WG.2G ; l'oor, $998.13; n..;i.i;>w#a -iooo .11. ~ - ..........<? LWIUI j of $'.>.282.(5;?. Tlio number of negroes re- j turned is 4,207, being a flight decrease from last year. The number of births, deaths and marriages returned it 081. CavalryA...

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. — 28 May 1859

From th'J Wuverly Magazine. Travelling in Old Clothes- | Alter ulI good clotlio* are a very great nid in tlioif way-?at least 1 lmro reason to tliink K0 Nut very long ago, about two weeks f ?*.i? ??? 1 rll,vvl - ??M.u?.K 111 IliV 1 il I 11~( >>1<)-<l 0|M >T, I .hatting ^viill o tViond whom I had not sCen in two ytftfSi It \fus a cardial meeting, and wo had a great many things to my t?> each other? -old jukes wore repeated and old times rovortcd to, as tlicy always aro in thoseraro mooting*. During tlio conversation tlioman who had brought niv luggage to tin' cars, MtmmPil mi ???? nn.l I? I * 1 . ?.|? % ? ???\ *? ?*? u.nivu;u iilO Illy CIK'CK, | which I slipped into my pocket without uh j much as looking ut it, und paying him his lure, 1 turned back to my friend again. Tho ?-ars wore under way before we shook hands, 1 hik! 1 found it somewhat difficult to obtain ' u good soilt. However, 1 did not regret that much tho firat half hour, for memory win i niimn;; dock ov...

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. — 28 May 1859

(POgrtrlY. May. IIY N. P. W 11.1.18. oli. llioniorrv Mnv linn |?l?*as:\iit lumrs, Ami ilrvninilv ilu\v A>< it tliov Hunted like tlic IcaVoS l'l>oii it Mil vol* lido: Tlic (rco* sire full of crinwon buds, ,?n<i me woons are nut nt i?irU?, And iho writers' Uow lo music, l.ike a lime with pleasant wurtls. Tlic verdure of I Ik- inead<>w-hmd Is ci'eej'injj to the hills, 'flie sweet, hliie-bosomed violet* | Are hhiwinj.' hy the rills : The lihuh has a load of h.ilm Ki>r every wind that stirs And the lure'' lands green ami heuntifuV Amid the sombre tirs. There's upon every wind? Music In every tree ? l>ews for the moisture-loving flowers? Sweets tor the sucking hoc; The siek come forth for the healing South, The young are gathering flowers; And lite is a tale of poetry. That is told by golden hours'. If'tis not a true philosophy. Ttuit I lie spirit when sot free Still lingers about its oldct* hr*?ne. In tlie flower and the tree. It is very strange that our pulses th...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 4 June 1859

"TO THINK OWN SELF UK THl'K, AND IT MUST FOLLOW, AS TIUJ NTOHT THE DAY, THOU CAN'S!' NOT THEN 15K FAl.SE TO ANY MAN'." RY ROB'T. A. THOMPSON PICKENS COURT HOUSE, S. C, SATURDAY, JUNE 4, 1851). ' VOL. X. NO. 45. ?1?!L.B?(f3,V " m (E5> *=>.=* n-5 I am ?... .. ? i - - - u u u iri II j From Mock's "Songs of (lie South.'' Tho Mothers of tho South. Tl>c Mothers of the South ! In the lurid morn of battlo, When from the ciitinon's mouth, ('nine the thunder'sdendly rattle? Their fair and fragile forms Shrank not, in terror from us, Hut?rainbows on the tttorms? Still .... r ? ? MVI UUMI .-i jjruuusp ; , , Then pledge to-night tlioir memories bright, Our noble Southern mothers ! Who iu tho strife maid. matron, wife? Stood by their sons nnd brothers ! On Camden's fatal plain, At Kttlnw ami Savannah, The star of freedom's train Wiih beauty's woven banner ! Throughout tho night of woe. The tlag wns still resplendent, And ninny ti son fell lowTo keep it:' folds ascendant ! Then pledge to-...

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. — 4 June 1859

KEO W-EK COjUlEB. SOS'T. A. THOMPSON, Editor. TEllMS,?>1.'?0 per annum, in advance. If payment ho delayed until after the expiration of tlie yoa?\ $2.00 For six months, 7*> cents, in itilvuuoe. Advertisements inserted at the usnnl rates. PICKHXS C. II., S. Saturday Morning, June 4, ^859. The Mass Meeting. His Kxetdloncy (Ji?v. Gist 1ii\^ kindly cousonted to allow un interval of two or three days between tho reviews of tlic 2d ami 5th llegimonts, to enable nil to attend tin? nmu meeting at Tunnel Ilill. The]reviews havo not yet Imjcu ordered ; when thoy nre, a day > ill bo fixed on for tlie proposed meeting. In tho meantime, wo would urge that subscriptions bo taken up throughout tlic district and elsewhere. A li.st has been opened at our oflioc For this purposo. GoldWo have hcon shown sonic beautiful specimens of gold taken from tho mines of Mr.*. Campbem., on Martin's Crook, in this district. Five or six of the pieces were worth a little over Tho mine is reported to us mos...

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. — 4 June 1859

vnu * .in>;i\iMiiiiu^a - ivifitci'M lurk?-ami iheJudniijwo4 /jltito liifcli liitta <,)n tlii.i land, auion'pc otlif'f Varieties 6f timber, nro to be found, in abundance, Oak, White nnU Jilaek Walnut, Cliyvry of Very HUt)crior Wellness of color, common an<it cilrlcu Ma pic, Hugar Maple, Poplur, CViluv, .Pine, Liu wood, Dogwood, Kim, $\vect C<uui) u varicgntcil Swamp Gun), Persimmon, Heeeh ?ml others. I\f r. (J my nwns cno?'jrh to last him lor years -but when it failh ou his ljlllfl flinch 1 , v..v.v, >au? luuiust UjejIUlUStllMO 8\?p- j (ply uu thcChiclvuuiaMga, which can be ruf- j tcil immediately to tllO ?Su\V M ill. . Wo saw diic cut about ten foot long, from a hickory, which Was tho third cut., ami which wan as j straight ns an arrow ami over two feet in j diameter. ''Micro in at Graysvillo, a small, but very j pretty church koiiic twenty five by forty j ?- * itiiiuii wan ouui oy i>lr. livsiy. This ! gentleman also pays lie v. Mr. McKoe, U:>p- j list clergyman...

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. — 4 June 1859

POETRY. Early Rising IIY JOHN 0. 8AXJ\ " God ^the man who ftrM invented rflcej? "* So Sniiuhu l'ttnci said. iiml so suv I ; And blcs.s him, also, that lie didn't keep 11U great discovery to himself; or try To mukf it?the lucky fellow might? A closo monopoly l?y "patent right!" Yes?bless tlio man who first invented sleep, (I really can't avoid the iteration,) Pill blast the man willi curses loud anil deep, Whut'er tin* rascal's name, or age. or situation, AVbo first invented, and went ronnvl advising, That artificial cut ott'? " Marly rising!" " Itiso wiili tlic lurk, and with the lark to bed," Observes some solemn sentimental owl, Maxims like these are very cheaply said : lint, ere yon m ike yourself a fool or fowl, l'rayjnst inquire about tlio rise--anil fall, And whether larks have any beds at all! Tho "time for honest folks lo be abed," Is in tlio morning, if I reason right; And lie who cannot keep his precious head Upon his pillow till it's fairly light. An<l so enjoy his for...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 11 June 1859

"TO THINK OWN SELF I$E TRUE, ANI) IT MUST FOLLOW, AS THE NIOIIT THE 1>A\". THOU ('AN'ST NOT THEN RE FALSE TO ANY MAN." * .f'1 * ^ " "** ' " " " ' ~ " 1/ K ~ # ~ 1 * ~~ v - ? - HY IIOU'T. A, THOMPSON". PICKENS COURT HOUSE, S. C. SATURDAY, JUNE If, 1859, VOL. X. NO. <i(>. I i : - .r . . _ . . ^SLEOTTISIP) PArtfTfisw- i ?v? - _ __ _ - if aztJ u II\i U J rvn.itm u> BY KEQt'KSt. Vlic M\owit\g ?.ffccting lines from llic New Itllijliiml Jiindolii, were w>m\^svn5 oti reading a ^ letter scut l>y C'hasv: to Ins friends in* forming them of the Ills Bn\?Uier-fot?la\v Mr. Duown Owns, who died on sea on his destined voypgo t?) California. We presume that none will rcud the lines without dropping atenr ft \ of gyiiipntliy to thosunfortunato. Particularly i\ 't.hose who liare lost some of their dear relatives on their way to a Foreign country. ] '. %ny up nearer, brother neiiror Kd?..iny limbs lire growing roltl. And Hiy presence sccmeth dourer Vhei: ySuf* r.vys around fold. 1 urn...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 11 June 1859

KEOWKE 0 0 V R1ER. ROB'T. A. THOMPSON, Editor. TEttMS.??1..r>0 ppr annum. iu advance. If paymont he delayed until after the expiration of the yoar. $2.00. For aix months, 75 ccnts, in advance. Advertisements inserted at the usual rates. PICKENS C. II., S. C.: Saturday Morning, June 11, 1850. Resnitpd. The free boy, Sam Oylesby, who it* now in /ail under sonlenco to he hung on the 24th instant, has been respited by Gov. Gist. The first Friday in November has been fixed upon as the day of execution. The Tunnel Hill Barbeouo. His Excellency Gov. Gist has complied in the best spirit with the wishes of tho Committee of Arrangements i.t regard to fixing the timo for tho proposed mass meeting at Tunnel Ilill. The Review of tho 2d Hegiinent, !11 - -jv - ?m. i .? %r?.% nv iiuii r?, ?ni uuiiic uii on i nursany me 1J3U1 of August, and the 5th Uegiuieut, at Huntor'*, on tlio 22d of tl.c same month. The Cotmuittoo of Twonty-ono arc requested to moot next Salosday for the purpose of fixing ou ...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 11 June 1859

uul loin nut Mm. no never returned Athe mountains uf South Carolina uuy rno*> whonco ho could look down mid fourIciw'y direct hor in her physical, intellectual *ud moral necessities. fI?? did not live ta soo the train which should have yiisflod daily, oro this, hv the door of Fort Hill on its highway to the great, the grand, the glorious Far West. It is the memory of John C. Calhoun, fcllowcitizenft of South Carolina, that mint appeal to you on heliulf of vour <H>iitrihiii.inii. glVIH uytiv that passes by his mr. It is a monument to his memory thi.l ?vill bo real in its character; which will bo lasting; which will identify him with ull enterprise, nil future prosperity, all the changes and vicissitudes of lifoi On the contrary of all this, suffer not this noble road to stop at his very door?to break down at its first approach to that mountain george which looks down upon his very house. This road, which owes itself to Carolina's liberality, which has heretofore sustained it...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 11 June 1859

[POEY'fiY. GoodNightand Pleasant Dreams be Thine (Jood night, and pleasant dreams ho thine ; How oil, in accents soli an<l low, When round us quiet moonbeams shine, And night winds wander to and fro, We li-t from lips we love full well, These words that charm us like a spell! timid night, and pleasant dreams lie thine ; "I*was in the far off" long ago. When homo, and much loved friends were mine, And joys that liow I never know, Tlii.l tii-.il I full llm mviit!.. i, To cheer ilio heart, <>f this good night. Good night, and pleasant dreams bo thine ; These words were, oh ! how sweetly said, Ity her whose holy love must twine Around my soul, when 1 am lniil lii the cold ground; Ah, then we'll moct And know love is divinely sweet! <lood night, and pleasant dreams bo thine; Theso simple words can only thrill The heart round which uflections twine, And where there truly lingers still, Some memories of the hopes and joys, That filled our hearts when we were boys. (!ood night, ...

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. — 18 June 1859

"TO TII1NK OWN SULK 11K TUCK, AND IT ML'ST FOLLOW, AS THE NIGHT TUK i>AY, T1IOI CAN'ST NOT TIIKN UK, FALSE TO ANY MAN." J BV I10HT. A. THOME^py. PICKENS COURT HOUSIv, S. C. SATURDAY, JUNE 18, 185!). VOL. X.- NO. 4,7. I IPOfciriBW I ftfflnwkwn'n TTnT7 '~l"r "1~'~? ' ? "t - From the Knickerbocker Magazine. The Harvester A ronj>cr unlo whom hud been assigned Some portion of a ripened harvest field? Few sheaves nt inost the yellow grain would . .yield. Which'ho with care alone could venpnnd bind? Commenced his task with cheerl i stroke and fong; JJut soon the mclodv mori? fiirnt More tardily tlie sharpened sicfcledrew Full, even nwnths of grain the flel<l "long, Until (he work and ?<>ng together conned. How great tho liarvCBts of the world!" he thought. How usi'lcssly my own poor sheaves nre brought." And .i" lie reokoned. ft ill the weight increased. Till hy the burden, time and ^strength were v? The doy passed on nnddicd, in idle discontent Poor fool!?niul yet thyself, ...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 18 June 1859

KB0WEE C-OUKIER. ROBT. A. THOMPSON, Editor. TKU.MS.?Sl.ofl per nnniUn, in advance. If p.iyment lie <l?*1itycil until . ?fterthoex|>irntionof llie vonr, ?2.00 For six months, 7"> cents, in advance. Advertisements inserted at the usual ri?c? ni/if/uvo n it o t-\ ritivri^i) u. 11., i>. t.: Saturday Morning, Juno 18,1859. Advertisements. Numerous new advertisements appear in j our columns this week. The reader is respectfully referred to tliein. The Court of Equity, For I'ickcns district, will commoneo nt this ! place on the lirst Monday (saleday) in July. 1 There is a larger amount of business accum- j ?l._ i r? iimn unuai iui 11* union. The Court sits at Anderson the week before, commencing on Tuesday, as wo learn from the Gazette. Religious LTc,eting. A communion meeting of several days duration closed at this place on Sabbath lnst> .Much interest was folt, if the. presence of large I I I. 1 - ????vuviiu v;^uu?H3 WUHIU IUil?l US IU such a conclusion, llev'ds Kennedy, G...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 18 June 1859

" ,s(jini bun."?'This lias coiuc to bo oiio of'he most commonly contemptible terniM, A'hen used in connection with tin; 8Uc?:|k of nil enterprise. Appeals nro <lnily lulrk to the people of the South for the HupfxJtt i?f sonic ningnznie, newspaper, ?rti.st or artisan, bccduae he or it is South > \\'? ,i.? 1 ? *? - ? -tv nut nuiiuur mm ho many ot tlio soltciiios and projects of Southern men fail, when this is the only ground upon which :i support is claimed?when they rest their claims to success upon a ground so selfishly narrow nud sectional. What patriot of us nil will not tire of this silly ami couunonnlace nmiimm.1 v * '' ?r * *1 ",l ^ wncro is the laborer who will not refuse to spend his havd-carned gains in tlio support of a Cause which brings in 110 return, either pecuniary or otherwise, merely because it is u .Southern ?" Let a man atnohgu* engage in the publication of a literary journal, or claim the support of his conn, tryinen in any other fielu of the fine arts, and ...

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. — 18 June 1859

ro?Y[RY. I'rona the Spirit of the Times. BachelorsAs the bachelor rises up in the mora, He t'celoth weary and n?d; And at breakfast ho tinds I ho bread btalr, And llic butter is shockingly bad. His coffee is cold, ami his bran-new boots Miivo no! been dusted or brushed? Aud lie rises up. while his pallid cheek With fincroi* tinH ?m?? ,w u,,""vv'' He (lien gocth out. i\Ud comforts himself Ii.v taking a social lunch ; Anil lie thinks of hi* <oming dinner?when lie shall tlino off steaks and punch. lint, as lie enters, lie knows 1 >,v the smoke, That cometh from out of the window, Thai his steak, l>y the hands of the vcrdaut cook) Is burnt, alas to a cinder. He. sits him down, hut lie cannot cat, For he with rage is inspired ; A tut I... " ...... ..v. ai me ucii. vmi ii, at last, His arms arc weary and tired, Hut no one cornea, for lite landlady lakes (Jre.it care to be out of the way? Especially whenever she thinks ller loilger has something to say. Roaring with passion, holak...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
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