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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 15 October 1859

How to Oltow Old.?-At (ho late coin-1 mencomentof Yule College, Ct., Daniel Wnl-1 do, ns the oldest frradmto present, [of the class 17S8,"| thus closed a speech to the assembled Alumni : " I am nil old tnnri. I have seen nearly a century. Do you want to know how to irvow old slow and happy ? Let 1110 tell you. Always eat slow?masticate ?well.? Clo to our food, to rest, your occupation, sinilinp. Keep a srood nature ami Mnfi ?? ?? 1 whoro. Never pivo nwoy to nnger A violent tempost of passion tears down tho c vnititution wor.>ethan n typhusfovor. Cultivate a orood memory, and to do this wu must always l>o communicative ; ropont what yoti road ; and talk about it. l)r. Johnson's groat memory was owing to bis preat communicativeness. Young men wbo are just leaving oollope, lot mo advise you tn choose professions in which you can ovoroise your talents host, and at tho same time bo honest. i'iik worst form of Ingratitude is to ! refuse to accept n favor from tlie hands of a person ...

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. — 15 October 1859

Nciiatot* ClifMiiiil'tf Spcorh,! OOSCI.0l?K1>. Tho sovereignty of ' tho I'nited States over the Territory in not denied plainly in words, but t"'r the suocofcs of tho argument on the other sido, it must he evaded. To escape the denial, and at tho same time t > invest tho inhabitants of a Territory \vith tho nbsoloto right to exorcise high nnd unquestioned attributes of sovereignty, it becomes necessary to apply a new term. It is aflirmed, therefore, that thev possess tiie inherent lights of self-government, because t'icy are political communities.- T lis term, therefore, is pressing into service mid made to answer all tho ends. It is in truth, however, only varying the ( phrase to describe the same condition. The only just political significance of political community is body politic, which, | >n the political sense, is nothing less than u State?a nation in which sovereignty j resides. Now, by what process have these | inhabitants arrived at tho dignity of a po- ' litieal c...

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. — 22 October 1859

"TO THINE OWN SELF UK TRUE, AND IT MUST FOLLOW, Art THE NIGHT THE J)AY. THOU CAN'St NOT THEN RE FALSE TO ANY MAN." BY ROB'T. A. THOMPSON. PICKENS COURT HOUSE, S. C. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1859. VOL. XI. NO. 13. WfrfOVKp IPOKTWVAlways Look on tho Sunny Side. ^ Alwuy* loo't on tHe sunny aide, Arci 'hough life checkered bo, **' A lightsome heart bids euro depart, u And time fly pleasantly; \v Why pic ntid mourii o'er fupnicd illn ]j When danger is not near ? Cava is ft self consuming thing. That hardest in ? ?*an wonr. ' v Alwnvn look en s .y idde, ? Attd though yolt do not find , All things according to your wbli, Ho not disturb'd in mind; C The greatest evils that can come 11 Are lighter fir to bear. n When met by fortitude ami strength, , 0! Uo'lbt ami leftr. V Always look on tlic sunny side? n There's health in harmless jest, Ami mtfoh to soothe our worldly cares In hoping for the best. Tlie gloomy path is I'ur too dark For happy feet to trend, t And tells of pain and solitude, ' 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. — 22 October 1859

KKOWKK cW'MjE KOB'T. A. THOMPSON. Editor. * por :inniutj, in ilvunco. If ; piyiurnt ho tloluvcJ until uftor tlioexpiriUion of i!i<> yu ir, 5J.00 For six month.*, 76 cents, in j h u'Wunco. } , A I vortlsi?nipnt.? in serf od .it the usual rule*. _ 1 ti PICk'K.VS C. II., S. c.: h Hi 8atnrday Morning, Ootober 22,1859. e< ? Ih The Court at Anderson- j r, T'io ontiro week was consumed ut Andor- j |, s >n. ;in i bu-Mnois o minuted to tlio next term. | ^ We wore enlle 1 there n.s a ivihi?an .ln>-Sn? I . - ?- - - F\ j II tho lattor part of tho week, and consequent- i s, lv were unable to give tho usual attention to i j, the Inst number of this paper. There was n > caso ponding or decided of : p any great importance, except that of Hons- ai jki, vk John Wilson: which was decided in j (| favor of tlio defendant. The contest was | ^ over a pfitont loom.or the consideration which j p the first named party gave tho latter for tlio : [] article in question. i s; The grand jury wa...

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. — 22 October 1859

Important Estato Sale. Wl U? UK" HOLD t > thu highest hid*'* nt tlie lino residence ??t" James TFerguson. deceased, on Tuosdav tho 2*2"! duv *>f November next, tlie entire I'EUSONAL KS1ATK. uf said deceased, consisting of 21 LIKELY N150ROWS. Amongst the*e there is a Hluck'onith. 1'iVo Shares of Greonvillo ami Columbia Railroad stock. with tho. assessment paid ;-j five head of H >rsc", throe Mulo*. throw yoke (U?n, twenty head Stock Cuttle, nine head Stump. IwentvHvc fat ami a niunber of Stock j Whoat, C?Tn, Fodder. Shuck", lot of ( I'ilie and Cherry Lumber, Blacksmith Tools. ; farming Implements, Household and Kitoh- j art'Forniture and other article". TBK.MS Of SALli.?K >r sain" of $'"> and i nib >ve that amount, a cio litof twelve months j M-itli interost, will be given. The purchase ; in >ney to be aocurod by note and approved I ibeuritv. Sunn iniilor mo<? tmiil ? i CUhII. J. I). FKllfiUSON. ) . , , K. A. TKUOl'SOX. { At,"w s> 4 Oc>. is, isr>o 13 ...

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. — 22 October 1859

t atm. From tltc Home Journal. The Summer is Over. BY KMKt.rXK K. 8JMVII. , Foftly Autumn tviud* were niching ( Oter pale. sweet Howciuls dying, Ah I roamed the garden trying There t<> find one lingering rose. 'Mid the hrlery bnslien creeping, Under fiidetl leaflets peeping. Here and there, still vulniv keephig llop.-r.il scurch, till duyliglil'u clo.^e. Disappointment then stole o'er nte; I Thought* of Winter j-loouied before ino : , Tin\e. said 1, may ne'er restore nio RlimilKi''* 111 lawful O.UU.AO Had 1 only prized the rosea, Printed it* tlavs of cloudless closes, Prized its balmy eves' reposes, ! Less were now my grief and ]>nln. Hut, alna! those hours wen! stealing Like veiWd beauties by. concealing 1 Half the charms, whose full revealing l Might have left this heart aglow? ( Might have left fond moni'ries beuuiitig On the spirit's after-dreaming; Tender beacons, softly gleaming Where Life's darken'*! wavelets flow. List, ye maids now dancing lightly. List, ye mouths ...

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. — 29 October 1859

"TO THINK OWN SKLF UK Tlll'K, AND IT Ml'ST FOLLOW, AS TNK NlflHT TIIK f>.VY, THOU CAN'S!' NOT Til UN UK FALSK TO ANY MAN." HV ROH'T. A. THOMPSON. I'ICKBNS COURT HOUSE, S. C. SATURDAY, OCTOBER ?>, 1850. VOL. XI.?NO. II. SELECTED IPOEVIRV, i'1 Mildly Judge ye of Each Other. Mildly judge ye <>J' encli oilier, ,lvv Ho to condemnation fIow; (illl Tlio very best Iihvo got I licit'failing. Something good tlie worst t-:in xliow, Tlio lirilliant sun lintli spots ot darkness, . On lii.s radiu'it front, tlioy sny ? And tlie clock tlmt never goetli, Speaks corrcotly twice a day. 1 Do not motile yonr neighbor'* wenkness, mi Wlicti hi* random whims you sec; ho l-'or. perhaps. lie soinctliing like it, tin livery day beholds in thee. tin ? "> ; ivmvgn iiikhii iiminvni 1111 Soundest inetnls li 1M1 its IIiiwh; l,|] Ami ilie ri^iil stoic acorner (),, Is no wiser for his stnvs. ,,,, Kvcry mortal 1 '? ) ii> hol?l\y ! J.1'1 It nmy t'ooli.- ?ocm to you. llut remember. bright or simple, V...

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. — 29 October 1859

KKOWKK CO II R I ER.| H03'T. A. THOMPSON, Editor. 'l'Kll MS. ji?r annum, in i?i|v:inee. It' ]vxytiY<'Hf Ire iMnyed until iifiertlicoxjtiralion of j tlu? yviv. For six months, ! > conl?, in 1 O'lvniui*. A'lwi'lMivnenl * iiiHortol nt tlio muni mien. llfflL'LH'O /' ' I t' /' . i i\/n him v-. IX., o. v.. : Saturday Morning-, October 29,18&9. Court ItemsTh? grand jury made sundry presentment*, which ii'.'ty be found in this paper. T!ie re- j commendation in favor of a poll tax is a j stroke in lite ri^ht direction, f.et it be nctod oil liv tho nenide at larce. Much srooil. I no harm, can result from the enactment of | ueh iv law. The grand jury found thirteen " true bills," which speaks well for the morals of the district. Messrs. (.iiuni.v and O.vM'Kntwi are presented lor ucglootiu^ their duty as Commissioners of Iliads. We have been reliably in- i formed that the public road* in their respee- i tivo bouuila are in better condition than tlwv have been for year*. It is n fact, ...

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. — 29 October 1859

1 Kfenti\cky, North and South Carolina, and Ji Arir{jini? and Canada. Tlio blow was 1st ruck a little t'.vj soon. The naasin^ ??f J tin; train (J'lielps's on Sunday nijjjrt) did tlio work against us?-that kilh'd uh. 1 should not have let it pass. JJut I only regret L have tailed in my designs, hut I have no Apologies to make or concession* to ?sk now. Had wo succeeded, when our urins and funds were exhausted by an increated army, contributions would have Wn i- i ? - 1 *' >JP ....vu u<> Kiu niiitvuuiuuin una IIIUIV property appropriated to defray expense# nnd curry on tho war of freedom, ilnd I lviiowii (ioveriimciit money \v:im in tiic safo tiere, I would have appropriated it" M.utkiKn, <>ii tlm 171It 'mutant, t>y J. It. fimm dern, Kfjii, Mr. Joiis Tk.mivk to Miss Tk.mit.iianck I'ooi., all Of I'icki'iis. "l On tlic 'J'Jil instant, by ltdv. T. II. Munition. j>i?\ u ii.hdx >if>s8 to Miss .)n\Mi: Cai.dw?.i.i., f mil of I'lekcim, , . . mi ...... Public Sale. W...

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. — 29 October 1859

' tpo'snrav. I ?L . . Her Twentieth Birthday. (iirUioo-l's sunny tlnys arc over * Wilh lo-d:iy; ("icy, wit It all llieir wnywnnl brightness, I' in* invn.v ! Wont in's earnest pnlh before me l.iefh straight. Wli<> can tell what grief ami anguish Tliere uwuit 7 Oil. yui<le n>''. Father! Oo<l of merry ! t >11 I lie way : V'ver IVom tliy holy guulaticc l,<>i me si ray ! (live what moet of Joy ?r sorrow I'lnusotli The . W.uitsoo'er Tliy will ordaiiieth He -I for nie. In the shadow ami the darknes.t llo my star, In I lie lost radiance dazzle, (!i> not fur! Make me patient, kin<l ami gentle, Day liy day ; Tcaoll Ino 11??iv to live more nearly As I pray. I'liat inv heart ,*n nnieli desirelh (.Irani me still, lr Hint earnest hope aeeonleth Willi 111y will ; SliotiM thy mercy quite withlioM it, llo Thou near, !,et mc feel I hoM its promise , All loo tlo.tr. Hero, unon life's vorv threshold, Take my heart: l'rom Thy lioly guidance let it Ne'er depart. When life's ...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 5 November 1859

-rgp " wi TP rp> wwrp rp fririrrr)11[P it) 11MipOTMkjrL ' ' ' ' '' ' " ' " "" . " ""- /"... ... . - ? ? - .1 . .. I- ?? "TO THINK OWN SELF UK TUL'?, AND IT MUST FOLLOW, AS TUB NIGHT TIIK DAY. TIIOU CAN'ST NOT TIIKN UK FAI.JIK TO ANV MAN." BY ROOT. A. THOMPSON. PICKENS COUKT 1I0USFJ, S. C. SATURDAY, NOVEMBERS, 1851*. VOL. XI. NO. 15. I 1 " ''! - 1 i i " ... .i j ' i i. .. i i 'I " - mm -k i . . , , , ? IP 0)T?'If* !3 V I Mui?lo cotton. wn. siii'*r ciiii > ?i I ?... ? ? - w* u w run TIIK corniKII. Bridal Congratulations. IIY II. T. J.. Mousing* on you, cousin J'-h'ssings on your j>rcHy britlo, .May lici* .smiled <" "lilitlio hml Vionnic,'' J.iglil you o'er life'n lionbk'il lido. Mil V Vnil (lllil luU< liuoi i ? IbnautiHn Jlloiivr fnr tliuu golden ore, And limy blipa in Itoundlcss measure, HosM upon you ever more. Hands nml heart# tinil souls iintlcd) , Slriviiijjj lor eneli olhor'd tvvul May tlie solemn vown you've pUglited, llfn.l your liourts like liook? of t'tcel. An...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 5 November 1859

KliOWKB CO-riM Kit.! 1103'T. A. THOMPSON, Editor. |v.?e iiuHHm. in ri?lv.nv<\ If \>iy i; it ho I until Atlui'llic expiration of i :i?' v i>\ Fvi mx months, To ccutd, in o.lvai.-o. .\?n .? *" nciu? in-M-i ioi ?( me iiMia. rnic*. \ 1MCKBXS-C. II., S. : Saturday Morning-, November 5, 13C9. The Accident at Tunnel Hill. Hit; in'ciiloiil at tIto TiiiMu-l, rcfcrvoil to last Week, v:is nf n move serums nature than we were 'it that Iime apprized of. There wns, however. if oxi'losion. On the night of the-'ith nit, ni shaft No. I, the sfo?> coek of tlie engine t'cw out. emitting the steam, which scalded six men badly. j?iiieotwm. IIc.mi'uukvs and Fkan- , ?'i< McKikmax. two of the men, have died.? The other four are, it is thought, out of danger. \ The aceident was not the result of earc kv s- j jh's.x, hut one "I tIioho unforeseen oeeurrenccs v. huh eould not be guimlc>l ngninel. Sudden Death. Mr. 11. I'.. Campii: i.i., of l'enuleton, favorably Known ;i kind iitnl heeufnmoiln...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 5 November 1859

Ijitt of Coiiifiigiim At Al'lrrsoh 'Drpift. Mekturfin)//hi. 20,1?V>9 l> .) Jiinlmi, J N Wbilner, I> II Wriglit & Son, Jl W I'it'poy. A M Holland, Altbott) l.ooinin & <'n, \V SluM'iiril U A Thompson. A O Nfiri'in. .1 N baw|-cn< ?.'. H S I'orcliv'r' -J 1) K Sloan & Co, I. T Arnold, J '< Hruwji. W II 1? rbulfiivd, I1u.uiliirrl. II Si Co. M & M. 7. W (in-cn h Co. .1 T S1.11.. .? ? It -? ' - . . . ii ?i rvuimiliili, P I'i .AlrtX" well, n .St .1. Jnn Mnx*elt. Htultli & II, II K 1'nvonrl, () T Syn^f, .1 (' Mllltr, .1 ('Immlior*. 15 ! ' \ T H CiM\-tiin, tMoutt & T, K \Y llrown, Nlnnu Sullivan \ Co, 11 A Muxwoll, I .1 llrown, l? \Y M A Bruce,- J JnluiMftTi It J Skrllun, J V Koy?& ?'<?, i Hliiinklin. .1 Hi-own, .1 II Adgcr. K Alitor, .1 K Atl|ror. KngUml & II, II Fmj;oii, \V S Slmrjie. I. A OrtttorlKS N l.liKUry. A II t'ornisli, II & S. II, V & Co, .1 I, On-, S Mny. 1 W Tay lor, | ) || ull ? ??*?'? - * ? .1 (krnKuv 10, i \ llsiriH*....

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 5 November 1859

ri'D iraETOY, _ | Thanksgiving. Wo moot again in gladness, Vinl iliaiikl'iil voices I'lljho, To (ioil our Heavenly Father, We'll tunc our grateful praise ; 'Ti* lii-h kiii'l IiiiihI llint kepi us, Through .-ill I lie changing year; llis loyii it is tluil brings us .\<; tin to \vurshii? here. " V\Vn tliatik )>?m for the Sabbath, Th'n? ilny ??l holy ri'Mf; \tid for ilic blessed Hiblo, Tlio hook llml wc love host: For Sabbath schools kii(I teacher!*, To os so kindly given. To guide us ill the pathway That leads to joyi. in Heaven. We'll tliank liim for our country, The land our fathers I rod; for liberty of conscience, Ami right to worship (Jod. 0 I.ord, our Heavenly Father, Accept the prai.so \v? hring, And tune our hearts and voices 'i'liy glorious name to sing. Soon may thy gracious sceplro' Kxteiul to every land, \lltl sill iw \v illiiiir r> Snhlnit to tliy comntaml. Siciul forth tluo gospel tidings, And hasten on the ?lny When every tele and nation Shall o\fir Mevifth's f...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 12 November 1859

"TO THINK OWN SELF DE TRUE, AND IT MUST FOLLOW, AS THE NIGHT TIUJ I>.\V. THOU CAX'.ST NOP THEN BE FALSK TO ANY MAN." BY KOB'T. A. THOMPSON". PICKENS COURT HOUSE, S. C. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1859. VOL. X\. NO. If,. U IF^E, If IKi The Burial at Sea. UV GI1ASI.KS SI'KAOCK. Sparc him one lillle week. Almighty Tower! Yield to his fhllicr's house his 'lying hour; Once more, once more let tliem who hold liim denr Hut see his face, his faltering voice hut hear; AVe know, alas! that he is marked for death, Hut let his mother watoli hi* porting breiUl); <), let hint die at home ! % It could not he ! At midnight, on a dark nnd stormy xoii. Far from his kindred mid his native land. His nanus unsoolhcd l>v tnml?r The put ion I victim in his cabin lnv, Ami meekly breathed liix blameless life awuy. *'*###** Wrapped in I lie raiment tliat it long must wear, llis holy to t'10 deck Mtey slowly bear; llow eloquent, how awful in its power. 'Plte silent lecture of death's Sabbath hour? Oiio vo...

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 November 1859

KfOW Eg CM 111 HI!. R03 T. A. THOMPSON, Editor. Tr.ttMS. ? *I.?V> per annum, in iiilvunco. Jf piyiuciit ho >1-1 until uftor llio expiration of Iheyeir. $J.OU 'or ?ix mouths, 75 cents, in U'lvaUOC. VUv.rti <i?in?nts ii.<(>rtnl nt tho usunl rrUcs. PICKEXS C. II., S. C.: Saturday Morning, November 12, 1859. JCc?/*Tlie KuiroR will ho nhsont next wcok. Special Attention is directed to tho change made in the advertisement of the Administrators of the estate of J. T. 1'kruiison To the sales of vnlntiKIn nivn\oi*K? K*? f1 <\ . ???.! l.?^ 'J "J ?o, mill 111*. Administrators of the estates of McDow. 1 lou'.ixusworth anil Cuamhmn??To the sale of N egroes ami Factory by the Assignees of Svmmks To the sales by the Sheriff and Ordinary, and the numerous other new advertisements in our columns this week. Sale-day. Thorn were no sales mudo on this day ; notwithstanding, the attendance of our citizens was lar<*t Business, in the public of lices, was brisk. There was less drinkin...

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 November 1859

SALE OF LA ND AND NEGR0S.T r|"MIK UNDERSIGNED, being desirous of 1 changing liUHiiiosa, will utter for salo at In?* residence in Dickons District, threo milea nbovc Townvillo, on Wednesday tbo 71U day of December noxt, Twonty Likely Negroes! Amongst them in ono Buggy ninkcr, one Tanner, several Cooks, House Servants, &o. Also, tlio Home Plantation, containing .Six Hundred Aoic*, a part of whieb ia cloared and in a bigb state of cultivation, the balance i* good woodland. On tlio premises is a good i CiIUST MILL AND TIIUASIIER, nil new, and propelled l?y water power, Also, one Tract on the lletreut Road to j Andcrsonvillc, containing 207 Acres, about i of which i? good Hott .? Land. Also, one Tract on Snow (.'reek. containing 108 Acres, well improved, with several acres of creek bottom laud, also one Tract adjoining the abovo Tract, with a first-rato MUL AY SAW MILL, all new. Also, one small Tract near Town* , villo. and sevornl Lots in Townvillo. Also, one Tract in Anderson Distr...

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 November 1859

POETRY. i Kiej) Troubles to Yourself Xpo-ilc not your troubles over loud, l.t?M tlio world s'lould hear: l?o\* not your head b"toro Clio crowd, hi public shed no tour. Strangers from 11 heartier* sect, Too apt Co worship poll'; So. it' \i>n wish to gain respect, Keep i roubles to you .oil. The wise will never own defeat, Though hope lie almost dead ; lint. M'uiliiijX. nil disasters meet, With proud delimit head; Kv.'ii with a ready jest, lu darkest time of woo, Striviic:, struggling tor the best, Midst tears that none shall know. T!ic fool who lolls of his distress, Hurries on disaster, Aii'l tempts tlie sordid one to press I lis owing claim* the faster; Till "town beneath lie slowly goes, Mniiiiing still tlie sadder, lK'set by conurd, heartless blows, To fall liiin from the ladder. He ever elieerful to tlic crowd, And hide uo croakers near yon; lie courteous, yet cold and proud, And fools will learn to fear you; Thus, manfully, ever lay Your doubting on the shelf. And ever from ...

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 November 1859

^ IK H i W H H 1:"* ? ? D ? [1 !E [f]ii ^^ j. ._ j j h n^nnm -v- -, w 'w m*-r ? u uj j - > .- t , rr ?- ?.-? > 1 ' ? > ' >? +* *- ??t<?r ?? w v^r? ~m .mm . . , .?.. .? w->.w c?. m ? .. ^ ^ . - . > . ?^ ? "TO THINK OWN SELF UK TRUE, AND IT ML'ST FOLLOW, AS TUF NIOHT TilK DAY. THOF CAN'ST NOT THEN HE I Al.sV, TO ANY MAN." BY ROB'T. A. THOMPSON. PICKENS COURT HOUSE, S, C. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 10, VOL. XI. NO. 17 " ' " ' ' 1 1 ' ' 1 111 '" ' "J" ? >' i ? ' rri rfj n jc< Cr.n .r.^ . ? 1 IPOKTKV -j.jfia.iL ?waaete ? ?? i Kissing on tho Sly. iiY ?.yuM>vrr. | j lib* ninnly whisker swept licr cheek, ; | Hliu nltutcd no reply, ; ( Jlnw could she part not- lips lo spctik, , Wliilb kissing on the sly ? f 1 There's such ft sum of smacking bliss, Tlmt rrtfsus oouid not buy The honeyed worth ot one stveot kiss Thftt'n token on the sly. I Oik I this kiusiiv# qii t ho sly? This kis^inp: on tlie sly? j . This wooing, winning style of rinning, ' Kissing on the sly. The maid...

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 November 1859

KKIMYKK COT WW-A'J 1103'T. A. THOMPSON, Editor. TI'.UM^. |n<r annum. ' i wlvnn.'o, 11* piyu#nt In? ?l"l ivihI until nil or Iho expiration of I lio yi?;?r. ?2.0;) For six inoutliri, 7 > cents, in U'lrijnte. .V lv'.?"i!.<o"m<nN inaerte I 'it the n?m\l rate*. ' PICKB-YS C. If., S. C.s Saturday Morning, November 19, 1850. Thanksgiving DayTlits H.iy will I*? observed by seventeen Sta'iM in tl?Uff I'tilnn ns n d.tv of fti-aimr nml prayer. Wo are authoiir.cd to say that Maj. W. M. II \iidk.v v.-ill deliver an address upon th:it day in our village Church. We a-k for liim a good attendance. Col. A- P. CalhounWo have rivvl with pleasure the a'Mress of ?. this distinguished gentleman iua<le before tlie State Agricultural Society. It is an able eft'ortt, ' n'vmndiitg in mudi good thought, aivl contain- j in^ many wise, practical suggestions, which it j w >ulil be well for Agviculturists to treasure. , TT\gh Prices. AVe learned tins evening through an intel- j l'gont medium, th...

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