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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 10 September 1859

f? .' We ve. Got a Saby-'-^ ^. The fo1lftwin<^ letter, Vftuoli boar* !??U'rnal evidence of b;iny a bona Gd3 epyUo, vras picked ii\? in one of the streets of Utica, Ninw York, reeeniy : r Utica, (S..Y.OMhv. 12, lirothrr ami Sitter StrhbinWu'vc pit ? live baby at our hou*e, a littlo uirl baby?-thnt'* ko. How L wish thia mi^ht. lind youni tho nam o pi hint ion. Ybil know I ulwaY$ wish (id you well Hut iiiirliA^.r * ~t'-T 1 i.-tnof of your <y>miuon b;iVic*M. 'Hhe (jhhT crW) ?t> pretty you o.ui have no Idea liojjr Imud-wtic she in* It is decided l?y the best-of judges (her mother nnd tno) tlint^hcMthc jmiiftomcst child that eve* lived ; find every body say#, " what * pretty oliifa?how much ?d?e look* like her father." Children will resemble their parent#, you koo\f ? J wouldn't' t ike twenty dollar# tor her: no~ sir. nn ? Perhaps you think T'm a font Who Cares ? uoai< yojld ho a fool it* you had 5Ufh a huhy. f wish your domestic affairs would come to a crisis, (cry-sis). Y...

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. — 10 September 1859

IVrrj's Speech, I1 coNn.i;i)ri>. -J lemon if i? i? rf??OMWy po**ible that tiie I.ecielnture c?iiW he. at Miy fujttre tiin#. pro* !, Miilcil oi> t? iit>r their rout?. and j?i*? ni<l to ' \ it, whilst this JM.uo Uul^e U<>n<1. ?n wjncli \ two and one-luw millions ?>f dolhuu luivo | boon expended hy th?- State. rumaiiHr mifin- ( inhrtl, and mi eternal uionnmont of South'! 1 Carolina f.>ll v T Tho hl6? is prep wtertms in j i the extrOmo. The r<yt nf (ho S'atft would < 1 rise up In nrins n?ft1njit It What nsanrotice 11 ? could tboro'he, -thrtf. u'ftcr ^pondinj two'wr i three iAiltC??vn* Shi thi? route, it tix? might not < bo nbnn(hnw) lij the L^yinlutufe? 1 It is a hettur route, tbe?e gfiitleiucn toH*u??. I 1 PI Jut other*, who know mnfe about if, n^suro its it is not so Rood. Admit it i* hotter.? The Uluc Hidge lb??d bus <!??> advtoito^o of bavin" boon cointn?hoed. fmrtirtlly graded hikI constructed in South Cundinn. (io??r^iii ' und Tutinc.i?co....

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. — 17 September 1859

, .1 i ?1'??pi mil -v ximillil i ^ ^ ^ ^ "TO THINK OWN SELF BK TllUU, AND IT MUST FOLLOW, AS THE NIGHT THE DAV. TIIOL' CAN'ST NOT THEN BE FALSE TO ANY MAN/' 15Y ROB'T. A. THOMPSON. PICKENS COURT HOUSE, S. C. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, I&VJ. VOL. XI. NO. 8. TC1LEOTED A Sonj? for the Season. 01?! vipo niul rtuhly autumn. now, TIioii givesl onco again A rich ruwanl to anxious mnn For nil liin toil an<l pain ; Tliou art a <|uecn, ft stately tpiccn, Amongtlic grnccs three, For lovely spring and summer bright Are hftmltnnUls unto thee ; flight royally, with lavish haiul. Thou spreii'l'st o'er hill uml plain H'l.n l.iu.wniiu 11... I n... ... 1.. i ... The lustre of thy reign. Oh ! gentle, bounteous autumn queen,. Hrown daughter of the sent, ElTulgeiiily thou tread'st the path Ilis burning courses run ; Thou lny'M thy magic wand upon The green ami tender grain, And full-eared harvest gladdens earth, With (Homing fields !>g'>in : The houghs that bend with golden fruit, The put'p...

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. — 17 September 1859

KB0WEE COURIER."! R03T. A. THOMPSON, Editor. J TF.ltMS.?$1.50 per unnu-.n. in ntlvance. If ; payment ho lehtyoil until after the expiration nf tliO vo.ii". $2.00 Fvr !*iT. >>">>>?! ', centn. in Advance. Advertisements Insorteil at tho usual rates. PICKENS C. II., S. C.: Saturday Morning, Sep. mber 17, 1850. Return Day, For Pickens district, is Saturday the first j day of October next. PreachingWo lea -n tliatan interesting meeting closed j at lJotliol (l'resbytorian) church a few days ng >. S uae twenty-three persons were added to tho church at that place, and other good need, it is hopefully believed, wore then sown, ! to come forth at no distant day, l>r. McIIkydk, Messrs. Morse, Mi;i,.u,i,y and others, of the same denomination, preach- i ?<l here for several days this week. Tlio meeting wan attended with seriousness, but no one was brought into the fold. School Report. AVe have been politely furnished with a i " Report of the Board of Commissioners of Frco...

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. — 17 September 1859

" I lloi'K you arc not disposed to queation the character of my luilk," said a dairyman to his customer. "Oh, no, indeed, it has evidently pcen pumped enough already." "Husband, I wish you would buy me nQine pretty feathers." " Indeed, mv dear little wife, you look better without tliem." " Oh, no, sir, you uhvays call me your little bird, and liow docs a bird look without leathers HUMAN I.IKK.?When all is done, human lifo is, ut the greatest and best, hut like a froward child, that must he played with and humored n little to keep it quiet until it falls asleep, nnd then the care is owr. "That's what 1 call capital punishment," as the hoy said when his mother shut him up in the closet anion.; the preserves. " ir/M M!r-?AL, Makhiko, on t'10 1st instant, by Hev. I>. 11. Kuiiucinur, Mr. Tuo*. K. M \im?kn, tu Mis.s Nanct A. Ai.kxaxuku. nil of HtaJtpn** I,OST, OX Suloday Inst, a l\?ckot lloi>k, of deer skin, c<'iitniiiinn wunc money ami papers. Tlio finder will l>c suitably re...

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. — 17 September 1859

(P.O?Y!riy. CT-. rr. -?- - * : .T.r~r~r: The Little Grave. " IiV only ?lillh' ?mvo.'' t'lie.v said, "Only jtiit ii child t lint's ileua;" And so they carelessly turned nWny From tlio niounil tlio spudo lind mad? flint tiny. All ! tlioy did not knoiV liow deej> tf slinclcr The lillU grave in our home li.ia tirade. 1 know the collin was narrow nmt small? One yard would Imvo served for nil ample pall; And one man in his arms could Imvo borne ttttny 'I'lie rosebud nnd its freijjlit of clay. Itut I kiiow that dnrlint; liopes were liiJ llencatli tlmt tiny coffin lid. ] know (lint niotliov had blood that day Willi folded hnnds by that form of clay ; 1 knew I lint burning tears were bid. "'Xcnth tlio drooping lash and nulling lid," And 1 know her lip. and check and brow, Were almost as white as her baby's, fiotv. I knew that pome things were hid away, Tlio crimson frock, and wrappings gay ; The little sock and half worn shoe. The cap with its plumes and tassels blue,* And an empty crib w...

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. — 24 September 1859

~ ^ ^ ^ ^ *iT/\ rpflivi* ~" '-? ' ???M N?w*??w?wwpwwm?I . - - - . _ }.. .. .............. . * vn ' ' mA*l> IT most fou.oav, ,\s tiir xtruiT the day. Tirol) eAN'st not tiw;.n in: iwr.sii to anv SlA&'f "Y B?""r- A' T"0MPS0Nf- I'lCKKNS COURT IIOi;SK, S. C. SATURDAY, SEPTKMnEU S-f,' l?K?.' ' VOL. XI. KO <T 9EILEOTIEID IP?1?TOV, The Mn?i? of Naturs. ,11Y TIIOMArt IturkKV. There's music in (lie rivulet, And music in the tlood; Ami ininiu in tlie wnterfull Th;il Qcliocfi from the wood. 1 Tn^re s mu5iL< in the .uuiny grove, . . v AW-inusic in thu vain, ? /impfcliurtcnilg on the forest boughs, Ami nil is bright again. There's music on the upland slope, Ajid musia dawn I)iu ?lell ; 'i'lic lowinjt herds, the pleating fold. It's pretty tinkling bell. There's music in the joy of birds, Ami in the hum of tiees : And imi?ic in the waving corn, J lanced over by the br'ee/.e. ' There's music in the ocean stream, When foamy billows roar. .Ami more, when rippling, peacefully, It seetiis t...

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. — 24 September 1859

KKOWKK OQURlBjR. llpB'T. A. THOMPSON, Editor. r" .* ,:v - -? jy e. TI'ltMS. -^.$!..->i) pftv it it ,111 in, in iidv.in.'o. If piviiuMil l?o <l-liyo'l until Rn?ki4tlii>expiration of tliovcnr. For xlx month.*, 7"> cvnts, ill Kvjviuu'c.. . A.lwn-ti.-'onuMiM iifieftotl nt the lifnnil rate*. PICKENS C. 11., S. c.: Saturday Morning, September 24, 1859. Sale?, &c. Attention is directed to tho sales of Mr. ilunnlvt'tt and Messrs Mvm.snnix advertised in our columns. Also, to the announeemont of S. II. Johns & Co., that they are re* coiying thoir supply of seasonable Goods, and will dispose of tliotn. on tho most reasonble tonus. A poruMiil of those, together with the other now advertisements, is respectfully tctpiosted. The Mount Vernon Fund. The editor of tho ?.*v.......-.1 . olgos the receipt of twouty-ftve dollar*, through Messrs. A. S. Wii.unoTon & Co.. tho contribution of lvoorvec L :dj$e. No 7'.\ A.-.V/.M.*. at I'ickent 0.11., f>>r the purchase of Mount Ve...

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. — 24 September 1859

Thk jouiijf umn who c.??t lii? oyoe on h . young lady tdnnng out of church, htm had ihoiu ropluecd by gutnjr to the altar with ]?oV. nnd now hoch as wt.'ll ?i* '.'vor. 1)iki?, mi flic 0(h ?>f August 1as(. ni his rrsiilcncc ill I'ii'kcnf l>?j*Iriyl. Sidxky M*'i>ow, nged furty yi'irj. Tito dec owed lm<l ttoMo Irnits of t'hnrni'tbi*?lie tvuh IioiicnI, n good neighbor, ait iitt'ectioiinic tuijicr nnd tt (iulit)tl iiiutuind. If vrrovn hu luiil (and who i* without thcni'i) let 1 11iv. uimiiie 01 charity cover them in the isilcnco nf tlie n?-i\vo. lie litres a sorrowing family, niul h lurgc circle of fricuHx lo mourn his'oarly (lotlliHC. ' * S lIo Not.ioos. WILL BE SOLI) on Friday the 7tli of Oetoper next. at my roni'leiico. to tlie highest lihhler, (-utile, Hog*, Sheep, llouscliold ami Kitchen Furniture, ami various othor utticli's. with a portion of the ptaiittiii)r crop. Tor in* on Hav of ?alo. Siil? ? * < <?>.?. mcncc nt 10 o'clock, A M. W (J Ml'LLRIX. ALSO At the ...

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. — 24 September 1859

j?a>!ST5iY. ; I Wait for Thee Tlio hearth is swept?the fire is bright. The kettle sin^s for ten ; The cloth is s|)?-o.nl. the lump is light, The imillins sinoko in napkins white, And now 1 wuit lor thee. % Cotno home. 1 ??vo, come : tl>y task is done; The clock licks hastily ; The blindsnrc shut, i'ic curtain down, I lit* nrm t'liiiir (<> the fire-nidc drawn, Tlic lwy is on my knee. Conic home, love, conic, liis ?lco|> fond eye Looks round him wistfully: A nd when (lie whUprrhig winds jji> by, As if thy welcome steps were nigh, lie crows cxultingly. In vain?ho finds I lie welcome vain, Aim turns ins glance on tnine So earnestly. tlint vet again, Mis form unto my heart I strain, That gl auco is so like lliinc. Tlir task is done?we miss llicc hero; Where'er thy footsteps roam, K<? heart will spend such kindly cheer, No beating heart, no listening ear. ],ike those who wait lliee home. Ah. now along the cross walk fast, The well-known step doth eonie; Tlie bolt is d...

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. — 1 October 1859

"TO THINK OWN 8KI.K DK TRUE. AND IT Mt'ST FOtUrtV, AS TIIK NIOHT Tltfc DAY, THOl CAN'ST NOT TURN DK FALSE TO ANY MAN." ^ ? - ' " i ? " . pj - ? * VT * . - - r BY ROBT. A. THOMPSON'. PICKENS COURT HOUSE, S. C. SATURDAY, OCOTBER I, 1859. v '< VOL. XI. NO. 1(); ??L??Ti?(d) IPO&TWV, j The Mocking Bird. - ' From 'lie vulo, what music ringing, ' Fill* Iho bosom of the iii;;lit. > On tlio sense,, entranced flinging > Spells of vrilolivry nn'l 'Icli^lit! "O'er luagnoliii. liini' nn?l ec?liir. ^ Fro:u yon lo.'Ust t'>p it swells, I.iko the cliaunt of serenade)*, l ^ Or ill" rhymo of silver bells! I ' Linton ! dearost. listen to il ! J Sweeter sound* vrere never heard; | "fia the aonjr of that wild j>oet? , Mimo -and minstrel?Mocking Bird. See him. swinging in his glory. < On yon topmost bending limb, , Carolling his amorous story. Like some wild crusader's hymn ! Now it Taints in tones delicious As the first low voice of lnvo ! 1 now ii urw\k? in swciis capricious, f All...

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. — 1 October 1859

KHOWliK mm ROBT. A. TH0MP80N, Editor. ?JI.V) pcv unnuni, in ndrnnct. If ft lyinont l?d did.'iyod until after thooxfiirnllonof.; io jrc\r, For six months, 75 ci-nts, in mlvitih'o. ' / Advert icements Inserted r?t the usual rule*. PICKENS C. If., S. C.: Saturday Morning', October 1, 1850. j Iteturn Week Is parsing oQ' quietly. The number of capes, including acceptances, will he about two ' hundred. Abbeville and Anderson have returned a like number each. This is a fulling off from provious returns, and either indicates j (stagnation in business circles, or prosperity! and forbearance with citi/.cns generally. We J nro inclined to adopt the latter belief. The Court of Common lMeas, for the Western circuit, commences at Abbeville on Monday next. Judge (ii.ovkr will preside. Jfic Wic at JHLirris' Spring. The citizens of tho surrounding country provided an ample pic nic, at Harris* Spring, in this district, on the 27th ult. Wo were ! favored with a special invitation, but were j unable 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. — 1 October 1859

open hiul their contents blown out anil scattered thick upon the pround, and there pelted intotlio nuul with tho driving rain. We cannot pretend to express a surmise as to the extent of the damage, but, have no doubt that it is terrible. Our section lias not been visited by such a gale in the cotton pickiujr season for many years. Tho Mobile Kegister of Saturday adds : I'rooi all the accounts received, the storm of Thursday nijjht waa more disastrous elsewhere than here in thee ity. In several of tho Ntnrno nil 1 * v.. v viii.iitiuu iiiiu r rwui sircci.s, ] above St. Francis, tho water covered the floors, in some inst iiiqcs, six or se'ven inclioh, to the injury of sugar, flour, bagging, tto., which occupied the lower floor.? Many of tho merchants were actu dly engaged in removing their good--* to the second stories, employing help at tho r ite, per hand, of 82 an hour. Other than this the damage was slight, being confined principally to the destruction of awnings, signs mid window ...

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. — 1 October 1859

POSYRV. [Proru ''Tlio Printer."] I wish I was an Elitor. I winl? I wni an editor? I roally do indood : It *?on? to mc that editor# Got oToryfhing they need. Tlioy get tlio higRest and (lie bcsl Of everything that grows, Au?i got in free to circusc* And otluji* kind of shows; Alii wlion a main-nolli cliccsc is cut, Tlicv alwavn get a Mice. I u II.. e -i.L . _ - ? i ur ?-?> iiix .Mrs, omiin Knows now v v To link <5 it very nice. Tbo largest pumpkin, longest beet, And other garden stuff, / I? blown into the sanctum by An editorial puff. The biggetd bug w ill speak to them, t * / No matter how they drew? / A shabby ooat i* nothing?if ! / You own a ttrintinz presf. Iy_ / > At L lilies' Fairs they're almost hugged Uy proUy girN, you know. That they nwy crack up everything The hnlics have to show. ,J Au'l thus they get a blow-out frco At every party fed? The roason is ?because they write, And oilier people read. Nr.n. WL. 1 ' _ ,.\ ,K1 TO 1(1 r?> 'M r\ iwv ?>>./-}?)J rJ J...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 8 October 1859

^^1^ 11. I I ' - ' - - ' ' '' <' "TO THINK OWN SELF UK THUK, AN'I) IT MUST FOLLOW, AS THI) NIGIIT TilK DAV. TIIOL CAN ST NOT TilLN UK FALSI* TO ANY MAN," '.nil .'t J _ . . . . \ ' - _ ' - ' . *. ' . ' .1 ' ? : * * * * . ? . < . * k ' . ? - ? ? ?' ' BY HOH'T. A. THOMPSON. c PICKENS COUllT HOUSE, S. C. SATUUDAV, OCOTHEtt.8, 185a VOL. \I. NO. W. 9E1KOTE? (*OET(lV: Whom, not having seen, we Loveit is ensy to love when eye meets eye, A nil (lie glnticc reveals tlir henrt. [spenk, When (lie flush oil (lie cheek onn the soul bcAn<l the li;?s in glnllness p.art ; There's rt Thrilling of hliss in n loYlng kiss, Ami n spell in t? ktndtV tone. Anil lit*? ("ph'U hath ehnin* of tenderness To fctlor and Mini its own. r.Ut (v hotter *i>?ll anil a deeper joy i'roiu a purer fountain How, AVlicn the foul sends higher Us incense fire. Ami rests no more below ; When tliC heart goes up to the gale of Heaven, Amt'bows hetore the throne. An<l striking.its harp for sins forgiven, Calls the K...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 8 October 1859

KKOWER COC It 1 Kit. ROB'T. A. THOMPSON, Editor. Tl'.'.I]>or ittufffiii, in ji?lv:?noo. If 1? *ym -nt In; <lel ivunfit after tlie expiration of tlie year. ^j.OO For >ix muiitlnt, " "> cent.i, in u<l viuice. A?lv?riimoment< Inserted at llie u.^iia' rate*. 1MCKEXS C. If., S. (\: Saturday Morning, October 8, 1859. n-?j Oj'Liml uildUloll h* <HI tVtClJ to the various now iulvurti.-t,ui'*nts in this number. Accident. A lamentable nocidont ocfurreil in Franklin r unity, Ua.. Oil tliC Ufttli lilt. Two persons J AMKi M VllKUHV ".ll'l W. M\IIKItltV. 1l!8 uncle?-wore out turkey hunting, when tlic latter shot the former by in-'-i'lciit. sunposin^ mm in tne tnicUet to bo a turkey. The wound was si> serious tliiit J \s. M uu.uav is supposed to be dead. x Sftledayl'his ra >nllily period was rounded to a point on M unlay but, ami brought with it it largo number of visitors. A large ipinntity of land \vai sold at reasonable prices. The Table M Hintain li >tel passed int...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 8 October 1859

strength with successive year?, ami it i:< plainly certain that wo never can gain an equilibrium iu tho I'liion, fur tlio North has now eighteen St-tes, the South hut iiftecn, ami tbeue is hardly the remotest hopu that wo will ever he allowed "to attain any more comparative power by acquisition I from Territories now belonging to the Uliited States." I 'The progress and success of the Hepuh- j I it-ail party assures us thai we must have M,V?. nr.* iu?w * " ' ' , .... ^ ...Hill- ill*' llTOpre.SSttllO C'Hitlict wngod in lint earnest.'' 'I'll point is nnrrowod down, nnd clenrlv dollncd l?y the nnnuneiatioii of the groat cuptnin ot" ho Republican*, nnd the battle must bo fought; postpone it we may, avoid it we fiiunot. " The living issue of tliu orcscnt, j, thenetunl, practical isauo of our d.iy nnd generation, which is, until settled, to over- | ride i>ll other issues in this country." II.m- -l.ww M ? ? L' ?.. M... n ?ui i uiiDijiuiu fenaior propose iintl counsel u.s " to meet tl...

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. — 8 October 1859

poirrov; Iudian Summer Thore j* a lituo, jmt when tlie froM IVopiros to p ?vu only Winter's Way, Wimn Autumn in i? reverie lost, Tlie mellow daytime dreams away : When Summer co;ikm. in minium miud, To gi%x* once more on hill and ilell. To mark Wow in in v ntinave* tliev bind, An I ?ou if all avij ripout'd well. Willi b.ilnlV breath she whimper.-* low, *l*l?e dvin* Itovrera look uj> au<l uivo 'Hivir sweetest ineense ore they n?. * Fur hero who in.ulo their beauties live. .sin> enters 'naath the woodlands shade, liar ir|iKjrni lilt the lingering leaf. And h.'.ir in gentle where are 1 i 1 The loved uiul lojt ones of its grief. Ami l.i*t (?M Autumn, rising, t ikes Again his HOC|>tre ami his throne. With boirterou* hand the tree lie ulinkcs, Intent 011 gathering nil his own. S*eei Suninior sighing, Hie* tlic plain Vfl I H'.lil i?lf? Wllilnr (.Ailllf n?,l .Trim .Noon miser Autumn lio.irtl lii* grain A lit -uuih's to (liiitk it's nil of him. The Fall of Jerusalem. One uf the m...

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. — 15 October 1859

- r' If E 0 WJ IE ' "TO think OWN 8BI.F lu: Til UK,* AND IT ML'ST FOM.OW, AS TIIK NIGHT TUB I>,\ V. TIlOl CAX'ST NOT Til KX MK FA1.RK TO ANV MAN." NY llOIi'T. A. THOMPSON. PICKENS COUNT HOUSE, S. C. SATURDAY* OCOtBEU 1.1, l?r>tf. VOL. XI. NO. 12. sNTJCUVlt UF HON J AS. CHESWUT, NKNATOII IN CO.S011KS.S JsUO.M S. CAltOUNA Delivered in Cnimlcn, Sept. 28,1850. ( KNtr.KMKN: Iii respectful compliance with yqWr request, I conic on thi* occusion tn i?pc:?Vc to^'uuof (ho condition, necessities, nud future of the Houtlu ' hone ore t homes <if jrveut magnitude in id interest.? Ty compass thcni wisely will require a hirir ?nt- <e\ycrienco! nwl ? sagacity bordering liinvc <clowty ofi prbpbeey tban 1 li;ive attnttie& lV\t, you have hvoti jitaased ti> ask foT Yny <?Rrmm*s, and T Will proceed to announce f will rntf fpeak to please, but, J trust, frntn the higher motive of common intercut, involved in the welfare of the Differences of opinior. I ]<now, will ?exij>t am...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 15 October 1859

KKO W KM MMm\ ROUT. A. THOMPSON, Editor. TK" M V? ^1 ."> ) per auntim. in titlvstncc. If piym-'t't he iloliywl until nflcrthc i'xpirnti<>n of tin* veiip. $:2.0<) For aix months, 7.> cunts, in ( h'lriini'C. A lv >rti?<vnent-< lii*erti* 1 nt the usiml rule*. PICKEXS G. IF., S. C.: Saturday Morning, October 15,1859. IT A .1 *: Atcw /xuYernseraenisWo desiro to <lirc. attention to the advertisement of Mrs. Knee?her stock is large ixnil fine, ntul her prices tempting. Muj.SK.tiiorv oilers a valuablo tract of laml por sale. ! The Slate Agricultural Society also appeals | for favor and patronage. These and other ! notices in our Columns are commended to the i consideration of (lie reader. Fro6t. Jack Frost with his nipping powers, sharp us usual, visited us on Monday night last. "We have heard of no damage that has been I done by his thus coming. ResignedW. J. Parsons, K.si]., Ordinary of this <lis- i trict resigned on the 13th inst. The Clerk of > the Court...

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