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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 24 December 1859

"""" HTH to RoflobpTy rigrottod that cooler counsels had ngt prevailed, and the law allowed to take its course, and we fear that many will bo involved iu serious difficulty. Tiir Kxcitkmknt at Washington.? V dispatch dated Washington, Oth inst., says : Tho excitement in the ITouse this afternoon ?>n the debate of Mr. (Mark's resolution, with regard to the endorsers in Congress .of Helper's i ifainniiM book, soon subsided, but bus left >? deep-seated feeling, and general apprehension that powder is lyinjf nil around, and a spark would ignite a tcrrijjle eonflafir.ilion. Had a blow hi>mi .tirru -It Ih.iImv tlio punsmiiiMipp1) wou!il hnvo been losirful. All were prepared,' mid there w ih :i pre.ceptible effort wit it g?*ii. tinmen to rostrum themselves. Xo arms wero drawn as is falsely rumored ; fooling was first engendered I?y Mr. Crawford; (ieoriria, addressing Tliaddmis Stevens in an excited manner, in replying to language offensive to the South. Member* rushed around 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 December 1859

'POBEirKY, from the Colleton and Beaufort Sua. December. MY r. II. ItKVOI.O. I Hail! happy month, you've come nl lost? j 'Vine, too, without UYijr cold winter's* blast. M(.thinks it's something rt range t<> see i Pccenihw come so quiet I v, . Home one v. ill s.u ii i.? the fr?f * I | That's bo |*l iUjiintly <?n ii- hurst : I.oi nie stuy t" thui v1 Iricijd. No one know ij.bvr lilcnd. ' : T*urli:t|>> tin* ?iy w.'l im-cl in |.lrv, .Infii in if!" \ ii \ l>f\? tin- m "i?h :;tvny, AYitli lio"'( i' .*!!! -i.i\. ilii> Iiiimut w'h'm l?is Will lmiil ilit* \\ ii li !i _' i :i t:; j't'i-'l. , To tin- I'nN <ir li'i't I I'cr, V. it!: .1 >; !!> iit ' .*?i.i:t v. It * :;ye. IVrli i; - ft' v.l... v.- ! : : ivo, Will limit tin- iint <i fiuio l??>vc: Tin: I'uitri.l ,i> -it ! t!'v :'t-i . I mi it re, i They'll tl \ tV ' t?t i i 0\i' m > in o. IVl'lctl'S C!uV. Ii!.-t V. I'.i t iilii!.- ii i-inl.1 Til fill! lis to - lo liuvf a ll' 1 lull's I In* I *5 ' lie <ly...

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 January 1860

s > "V-^S ...9ft ;"V V* -V-^ |7 [j? ft) WA7 [j? [r? ^ Bff"l^^fetelife, fri r) I I o I ' ? 0 iA _j U JJ ill Jj lllljll ? 'ill III Ji J L JJ LI " 10 1 mNI- OMN s|'11' r'K TUlK? AND ,T MrsT follow, as tfik ' ..... ?' .MfJiiT run dav, tiiod canst not th?:n rk falsi: to any man." . - . - . > .7 . -.. .. . -113 IA UOR r. A. THOMPSON. I'ICKUXS COURT HOUSK, S. C. SATURDAY, JANUARY 7, 1800. VOL. XI. NO. 23. s, L s o T ? x) IPasir ii y, ? - -i - . . * . Wlmt Shall I Give? IIV Ml!.*. I.. It. i*|<t?iI'ltNKV. "It i* more blr-"oil to givo liinti to fOucivc." ' ' (live prayers, I li?? evening luitli begun; : ! I5t- earlier limn llie '"isin;; ."ill). ' Ki'iiiimiiIiit llmne who fci'l tin: vol: I I?oiOomtlioHu \\ lio know imi tlml ili-' 11:in*l ctiii Itniiii'lli'ss hl?s--iii;i< give: I lrc.it 110 jumvcj" ; thiough t'.iiin tlte 11 niiiiH livti, J <iiv.? ilms : tlto noi.'ily sink wiili j?:v:u : Tin; <>f n -4 m nun : llm cni'ltO'l 'live r. ocly. Ii'?:ir,l ,"l i.? rur^eU, A (ii'i'v h...

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 January 1860

<* r, . _ _ ROB T. A, THOMPSON, Editor. TKH MS ?SI .">() ji<?r *nuiniv, in f*lvnii?*#. It* pnymcnl h(> UoliivoU until nftcr tlie cx|ijrnrf<rrr of tHc year. $2. For nix months, 7"> cent* in ndvrihcc. JjjJ("\\<lv?rtivim.-iitH inserted ;it tlio usual rutcs. PICKBNS ('. II., S. C.: "Saturday Morning, January 7, 1860. 1'oMponedTl>o sulo of Nt'^rmw and oilier property btv j longing to the Kstate "f (Jatwaiti.vk C'fc.wo, do- j rinsed, has boon postponed.From Coluoabla. "Wo give the conclusion of such of tlio'proceedings of the Legislature us nro of importance, I with the list of n-'ts passed. The numl-er if larger than usual, many of tlieiu making impor- ! Tain cnanges iiv tnc twisting law *ik' prcscut | order of tilings. Wo publish this week the act to raise supplies, and nnothcr to provide T?r the j peace and security of the. State. The remain- \ tier, of general ami local interest, will appear us early as practicable. Hon. Jambs L, 1'ktkjw has been elected to I *...

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 January 1860

Counting- House Calendar, 1860. | k i ? Hj 3 gfK ifi af|jg g. j| ? 7; g 1 & l i SlS-rl ?|. i ? i 111.?| > rr" ft * M* 1!|r| i-| 1 JJ_!!lJ_ iiilLL <_l 11 a I 4| :,i c>'| 7''! 4- 1 2| H! 4*1 oi ~ i I ? o'in.l Iil-2'IS;14\[~\ S tf mill 12|l?tJ I I 17Vim 20!ai iu? miiT^lmWi I C \'-s> U1V271;28,| 42"!-:V-4|2'>i-u '2< :-8 I .n i | | |l |C?i3U,:U| I 2 ? ! * I I I ' 1 2 3 4 I 5?i )! (L 71 h' * > l?iu !. ! 01 0, 7! H "JlHijll I lojit?iit ih'.^ji*jh:v,ii i *> ?>> iTjis i ? 'l'.i 20 21 'J2 _:i|2l 2.r>;'55 21 2'-Y-'3 2125 3S?jSV??| ! .. J. -tUi B 7l K 5 2 ?' lj f> ' '! 7i ? ?*:ll 12I13 14.lo HUT I~ '.I III 11112 1:'..14{1.? m U? V.n]2l 22j2:V,24,{ !T I x,l\? 2?>|Jl.-J2 2S 2fi ?>7|2H 'J'.t . lo;;24|2;V2<> 27!2K 2<,? . i I 2 sl 4' f.y 7, Ul; I | I J o i ?' u'm n ia;n|U| ! i( e| a 4 a\ <?' SL: I "? I??l 1T l*,!''2<> 2l!| | 7. ji: !) !<? I l|l2!i:i j22 23|24 2:>'2<'.|27;2^'? 1 iff*. 10 IT \* 10,20 i'i.i !l v 21 i22.2tl 24 2-V....

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 January 1860

j jiLt J j A J | From flic Home Journal. Old Santa Clans' Visit. Awake. dear iiiumina! nn*I doeome >in>l ?ee M lint Santa t'lau U-ii in my stocking lor mo: I ve it <loll and a sofa, mid many tine tilings Wlinl beam i till pro-senM ol<l Santa t'lau.s brings! Tlieie's it whip an la lior.se for dear Johnny, and ' more, li iimviw like i live nite, all over tlie Hour: The eyes of my dolly, ilicv f<lm* ami iliey open. .M 'icli better, you >oe, 11 mm i lie old one I lint s broken. L'?i, dearest minima ! do wake up and see ! II??w stiMU^r Iti if on Clni ?! inasyon slet'py c in tic ! ,\ii 1 .sissy ptillcl <>ni trout lior own Utile slocking A tiny lot oluiir, nil <-ii*liioiic>l iiimI rocking, i.osi ni?r|ii. wln-ii ol.l niirsi'y lin<l (mi us to bcl, ' Ami liiil II- H(.| iii;;lil wlivll mil' pliiycio wore nil >:<i?l. 1 i!i >11111 I wriiil<I I'M en. for I wanlo>l t.. ln-ar < >!<| S.iiila < "kills ciojic wi'li lii- Ii11\ leinilviM'. ' I ...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 14 January 1860

- , . ' . ' . ^ ^ _ ? _ i_i | _ i 0 & 17 fr1 fn\ Wf\l n3 FP r": m - ffil frTl 111 fr) fl ft? b5) W f ill \ V i V S S ?... ' * ; I I _ C I _J n % [{ J ? ? ! ! gJ H r. II II rl l rl n jfA JLi LrJ \j\J Jj J[j v^J \?/ LI Li J Lj JJi Ul KimiT THE 1>AV, Tllof CAN ST NOT TUBS lit: I'Al.si: TO ANY MAN." "TO THINK OWN SKliF UK TUCK, AND IT MUST FOLLOW, AS TUB " .": ' '- - ' _ n ./. BY ROBT \ THOMPSON PICKENS COl III' 1IOIJSK, S. C. SAIL IIDA\, .JAM AUV 1 1, IM>0. m i utumrnmm uiuHHii^wn? ?mmmmmm 11 i ?> wmmmim mm i mt i i win i n ' " * '' ?- - ' m """ ? ?m ' tL -in i WW ' ^j.LiSOTE? IPOETRVAn Hour at the 01(1 Play Ground. IIY HI'.SUY .MOIU'OUI). I nn limn- to-dny, .lolui, I5eside I lie old brook stream. AVhere we were Foliool-boy? in old time, When nisinliool was a drenin'; Tito brook is clnjkcd with fallen iouves, Tlie prtlid in Iriiid a way-? 1 scarce believe- that you would know Tlie dour oltl nUm iii-iim - x J Tlic school-house, is no more, John, HcnoaMi our locust trees ; 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. — 14 January 1860

TKfl ROB'T. A. THOMPSON, Editor. | TERMS?$1 .">0 per annum, in advance. If pay- ! niont bo delay u<l until after tin? expiration of t lie ' year, $2. For six months, " "? eent* in advance. \ |Mjy"Ailve)<i*iMnoats inserted at tin- usual ratOK. j riCIvKXS K II., S. 0.: Saturday Morning, January 14, 18G0. Agent i Jose I'M Ww.kkh, K><|., Charleston, i* on r j agent for rqgQiviiig ntlvenisement* ami suhscrip- | tions, ntul also eollwtmg the ?U-bts iluo this oGieo, in that city. Attention Is directed to the Miriyus new n<lvertisoments in this number, especially those of the fair f l'Jay Academy, and ?a!e by Messrs Cook il I'.mi- | * bo.\s, Sheriff's sale.*. Xv. Improvement. The improvements making and projected in tho district are most gratifying. The card of i Messrs Skaiiokn ami othors in nnr columus un- j folds an enterprise of the lirst importance, and . we ask for it the consideration of those interes- I ted. The section of < mntry is delightful, and ; the site o...

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. — 14 January 1860

i n i i h i EN 0INEER8 OFFICE, BLUE RIDGE RR ' I'kvdi.kton, Jhn. 'J. 1SOO. | i.<KAI.1'1> PROPOSALS vrll' h? received i\t I ' this Office until 12 M., the 30tli mutant, for : nil the Crosa-ties for the lllue llidjje Railroad I between Ki^litocn Mlln (.-reek ixikI Wafhalla ! Station. Twenty-six Hundred ami Forty (2010} | cro.?s-ti?M arc required to tlx4 milo. Bids will j he received for any nnmher from Two Hundred , upward*. lVmlii of delivery will he designated hy Stations as numher< I on the Railroad. Specifications and any information called for 1 t i' ?in no liu'iusucd at tlie En^inccr'a office at l'einlleton. ami at Mrs. Steele's. liiiU will l^c received fur cnw-Ucs delivered j at any point on the line between Anderson and l'eiulloton. WAI.TKK GWYNX, (,'liiof Mnj?ine?r 11. 11. K. K , , .Tan. 9, ISGC. 24 2 I " "" , ' ~ 1 Nogrocs for Salo. tith.t hk solii _ . .... ,*?? *ii? nj^nn'iin', ??II j YY Wednesdstjr tlie 12~>tli in>tttut, to the highest bidder. . i FOiril Ltt...

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 January 1860

6$ House Calendar, 18Bf?. >T*SFcp! ? ?1 H; 341 -31 T2) o. ffgii n? i flo-tSs j ;l* frj ? i'ijl " .g* ??1 ?r '-J ^ 4 5 H H 11 4 f? 0 7 LI 12 U 11 i?- 8 <? f(t 11 12 i;i 14 18 10 20 21 ' 15 10 17 18 lu'siOfif 26 26 27^28 22J2:i'2 27 28 S Sp! r>! c! ? 8 V ?0|1 V , J J, 7; J' i> ro n > sf lalUnJl ir? ie!i7h8!!?ir'4i.i?i4:i.-? IGIIV.IS i f 19p>g? 22 23,24125' ? ||0;20 2l?22'2K;24l23 WTPnSfl 1' a| a!!?|-,'fTi-s2TT,| 1 f4 5'? ?['? 9 10JU 2 -J 5} <' T'l 8 llUU 14 15 UV17: 4! 9,10 u 1^13.11.15 Wl9W21,122 23!2J ? IG 17 18 10i'-0 21:23 20. ?7;2fy2(1 :U).3l !_ * 2li2$l2G,,.>7 28|29 1 2 4 4 ft ? 7,i !30 I I ! ,1 .1 . * JT 8 9 tt 11.12 l.T,l I i 1 -I 8i ' ?l '' W 1 r> t? 17 IX 10 20(211; J 7 8 9 10;I 1 12} 1 ?? ' f 22 2y 21 20 2G|4? *28!: ?>M l.*> 10 17?i"|19 29 jL 291301 1 I?[21 22 23:21 25 20 27 f ' l 1 2 T. I .Vi 128 29 1 Ul ,> 0 71 V\ 9i lOI 11 12 ; I | 1 2 :; fc'jr I314'K> 16 17 is 19' ' V;o, 7 h| olio * 2D!4l:fi2l?3 21|25120 13,14|15;10 I. 27 28,29.30,...

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. — 21 January 1860

0 ^ (fij |j 'j^| J ^ 'TO THINK (l\VN SKl.F m: TUUK, AN1) IT JIl'ST FOl.I.OW, ,\S TlIK ^^ ^ ^ "' - 'J^;_____^ . "BY ROB'T. A THOMPSON. PICKENS COURT IIOLSH, S. C. SATURDAY, JANUARY ?1> lf>G?). ? 1 i?' Ji'i i*| i ammmtmmi A Voice from Hoavcu. I shine in the light of God, Ilia likeuoM stumps my brow, Through (he shadow ofdeath my feet have trod . An>l 1 reign in glory now. No breaking heart is here, No keen :inil thrilling pain, No wasted check, where tho frequent tear Jliitli rolled and left its stain. * 1 have found the joy of Heaven, i ..?. .... . - > . ?. .mi uno 01 ino angel unmi, To my head a crown is given, And a harp is in my hand; 1 have learned the song they sing Whom . us linth made IVcc, And tho glorious li 111m ol' Heaven still ring With uiy new-born melody. No sin, no grief, no pain ; Safe in my happy home ; My fears arc lied, my doubt all slain My hour of triumph come. Oh ! friends of my mortal years, The trusted and tho true, ? * * - miiMiig mill 111 mo Vttl...

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 January 1860

ROBT. A. THOMPSON, Editor. | TERMS?$1.50 per annum, in advance. If payment bo delay oil until after tlic expiration of the year, $2. For six riisnilit, 7f> cents iu advance. B^yAdvertUeinents fnsei-te?l at the u*ual rnte*. PICKENS C. II., S. C.: c.,f.T 01 men vtiviuuajr Aivuiuui^, u<iuu<uy a>I, AOUVJ. Elected. I M?\j. IIou't. Y. If. Griffin 1ms been elected j Colonel of the 5th Regiment, South Carolina ! Militia, by a in;\}ority of one hundred and seventeen votes. Political. The extract from Uov. LctcHkk's message on the first j>a?;e, is worthy of ea'uest perusal. | Jlis ^project is m \ and, we fear would he, if carried out, unproductive of the desired results. Fanaticism is beyond the hope of peaceable re- : formation. "Observe." We would Invite the attention of our readers generally, and especially the advocates of the Blue Ridgo H lilroad enterprise, to an article clipped from tlie Franklin 0!>i ')'c-t, and he.ided "Tho lluilroa Is." Wo think, brother "Oh i serv...

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 January 1860

nmrifiitwMwuiiiUHiiiM mimi fiSSfesQ &0BS&KJJI MsiNEERB OFFICE, BLUE RIDGE ft. R J'bnoleton, Jan. U, 1800. SEALED PROPOSALS will bo received tvt this Offico until 12 Mv, tbe 30th instant, for nil tho Crona-t'nto for tho IMuo Hideo Railroad between Fighteon Mile Crock ami Wallmlla ^Station. Twoaty^flix Hundred ami Forty (2010) ^cross-ties nro required to the utile. Ijiob will bo received for any number from Two Hundred Kipwards. Point* of delivery will be designated j 1?y Stations as numbered on tho llullr<mil. Specifications uiid Hity information culled for | Vvill lie tarnished at tlic Kiiflhicor'a oflico at j IVitdluton. and at Mr*. Steele's. Aids will lie recW\vcil for croiM*ttafl delivered r ?t?iiv point on the lino between Anderson aiul Poudloton. WAt/TKll OWYN'N, Cliivf Knginuvr J). U. It. It j Jftn. l>. VPQO. 5* FAIF 7? LAY ACAwirar I 1MIK TUCfiStEKS of this Institution take . pleasure in announcing to th? community , that they have secured the services <>f...

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 January 1860

11 \ IM III I I fjago. llow linppy is Jtjit jHptlfe li?? $ :t)f nU th<^pvi',*U hud monks! i Not one of wliufe 'fnis got i? wife \ To bother him with trunk*. V And box**, ho.vs. n lond too grout A For ui%n T**hor?/ to bear, I Which iuU^rvs eluirgo lor, over weight, usk double lure. t / Fell <*?., ns with your bride you post, | titwrauts your tvnxious iniiul, jv l,est;this portmanteau should bo lost, A- .* Ortlmt bo 1 ol't behind : llcr biigi/nga you travel down f,ifo'?hiU, weighs more nu'l more, y:. And still ii.4 balder grows your crown, Jtocomcs a greater bore. f Outstretched by Fashion vile and vain, Down petticoats aud vcSts, , Now Jtritish females, to contain, V llutpiirc no cud of chests. * ; T'> which bags, baskets, bundle* add, v* Too numerous to name, J'.uough to drive a poor man mad, A Job with rage intlame. i Thb cab keeps swaying o'er your head, ? With luggage )>ilod above : Of overturn you ride in dread. With her whom you should love: Then you, the station, 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. — 28 January 1860

" SIGHT TUB I.AV. THOU CANST X?T Til UN KB I'ALSK TO ANY MA*." ^ , "TO THINE OWN SELF DK Tltt'E, AND IT MUST FOLLOW, AS TI1B "" - \ ^ - VPl XI NO !v(>. \ l!V ltOH'T. A. THOMPSON. PICKEXS COURT HOUSE, S. C. SATURDAY, JANUARY '.>8, I8<50. ' > ?r?H fft'(>? />vrv rm?t.iia?aK??? From (ho Mobile Daily Register. My Mother. 0 Mother dear 1 1 hear thy voice When daylight's glare is gone, AVlien twilight softly glides away, Anil niglil comes stealing on. Tis sweet and gentle as thu wind That wiikcs tho bulbs of spring, Ami round my heart sad thoughts avo tVfitt'd With memories it doth bring. O Mother dearest 1 years must pass Kro 1 thy face shall see, l)r hear that voice so swni'tlv Coming in dreams to in?. llut though in jtassing o'er mj brow Tiiito shadows it with care, From this trm> heart will ever flow The pvii'O lovo tlr.it lu??-n there. Uld 'fiber's pi ream is tuurtuui'ing nigh, I breathe Italia's wind, It bears away my fleeting sigh, Cut leaves my wuc behind; For ...

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 January 1860

ir-flai ?DEiaoifL fh * 1 - - 1 :: ~r ^ , ...>7? ROB"t. A. THOMPSON, Editor. TERMS por fUimiiq. fn advance. If pay- : toicnt bo delayed unlit after l)ie expir.-slion of the year. For fix months, 7<"\ cents in advance. 8>-tY" Vdveiiiaenients inserted m ilie usual rates. | PICK ENS C. If., S. C.: _. _ ? Saturday Morning, January 28, 10GD. Iopceiui Attention is directed to tho new advertisements in this number, immoJjr : That of tins Keidville High School; the valuable lands offered for sale l>y Mr Lkwis, near Wfilhnll'i ; that ot' Maj M reviving the tobneeotrade of the district : tlio.-o of Mr Giiison. relative to repairing Watches iui'1 the Hale of Family (irocerie.s for cash only; sale of the estate of Mrs Wiiit.Mikk, <lcceuse?l ; that of Mr M F Mitchim.i,, who alone succeeds the Six MileCoinpany; those of Messrs Wousiit, at Fair Play, with other matters of general interest. From New York. Our snritflitlv New YmL- I?iii ?i n. Vet,'' furnishes I wo s!*>rt letters for...

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 January 1860

TILE BLuii RIDGE RAILROAD. 1300 Aovos of Land, \VITIII,\ niu<;ovTiiK WAUlA.LLA DKl'OT. MMIK KA1LKOAI) is the lino for noar one mile, L presenting some of tho handsomest building Kites. The lands nro mostly in the forest, rich bottom uud upland lying on both nidus of tlio north fork of tlio Conoross Creek, for one uud h half miles. I intend laying off ten Lots of twenty acres each, running to an I fronting the Kailroad, llll I to ill?-t? ?<> ???1, 1 ' __ ?<? vim iiuu u'O'i iimi lilty no res of land, or lo make tlio quantity to suit pureliusers. ALSO, my l'obr Mountain Tract, cont lining Two Thousand. Five Hundred Acres, with u largo quantity of bottom and rich mountain valleys. If this is not capable of boing made one of tlio best grazing farms in I'iokeus District theU you will liavc to luiut tins oldest inun in I'ickcns District lo point tlio other. A man tliat is afraid to invest money in L iii Is naa?* Railroads, would be c.allod a nlow-cart, for the history of the wo...

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 January 1860

| * , i - ?-*? mi m inm ulni i n r? 1,^ "' ^ Non-Essentials. 'wJ Though ClifUthms may not bo, Tlio same in creed and word, They are the piwuij in ?>k?:i>,And love unto the I .old. y I The very name in oil. ^ The temper ? the soul,IiiIti in :iud humble t'tiiih. And blessed self-coutiol. fiV They are the sumo in Truth,And everv liolv t'w An.I in that glorious hope, Iflf That reaches to tin- sky. Tho' various be the eyes, I'll lit torn to (.!>?! nhovc | llr. is the sanio to all. In mercy and in love.My i'.i.iht, inny T nyver, /, In bliiulno or in /ear, j&f Whatever else may be, m My lot to think or t'eol-?>4 lhM'in those wlio'colne t>? Thee, \Vi6h other kobms than initio, Aeceive u smaller store, ()t* truth and lov Divine ! 2 .Jj!_ ? J __ M330ELLAMV. .] Tho Sailor's Dream. Ono beautiful Sunday aftoruoon, I was walking the quarter deck of a line ship running ' ' down the uortheast trade?. Win. Thornton, nil old weather beaten sailor, was at the wheel, and I could occa...

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 February 1860

II riCKKNS COURT HOL'SK, S. C. SATURDAY, FEJfflrAllY 4 . ik?.I ^=1 ; , - - ^ ( . ??? ? * VOL. XI. NO. 27. IT ^JUiU U From (lie Uii-lurioiul Dispatch. Beooptioa of ths Commissioner from South CarolinaADDllKHS ttKJOilE TIIK GKNKUAI. A8SKMJULY. Tho LfjflKlatuvo assembled yesterday at 12 o'clock, n?d the day being appointed to hour f'roua tho Hon. Ohrwtoplior tf. Memmingcr, (Vnnmifwumcr from South Curoliua, the views held by him in connection with his mission to tins rttufc, none ot tho ordinary legislative business was transacted. A large crowd, exclusive of ladies, packed the galleries densely, while hundreds of tho fair Hex woro forced tolcavo the Capitol, unable to obtuin nuy location whatever. The Senato Came into the hall of the IIoUhc at i'-J o'clock, and with the Governor, i/icutenunt Governor, Secretary of SUto, the Judioiury nnd other high digmtaries, completely filled up the body of the House. tJport tho nvriviil of tho diatinguirh?d visitor, all pro-jent roso and remained 8t...

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 February 1860

- a an \zs vc/ L aua _i a _J ROB T. A. THOMPSON, Editor. TKRMS?$1.50 per annum, in twlvance. If pny'^ j incut b? <lelnyc<l until nfter tlie expiration "of I lie ?r year. $2. For six mouth*, 75 cent a in advance. ftviy*,.Vilvtfrlispmcntx InwrlfJ ?t I lie n??iinl r>ite?. PICKENS C. II., S. C.: Saturday Morning, February 4, 1860. Tho Public MeetingIt in nil important that tlio contemplated meeting on Monday next, to take initiatory Rt<'pn in regard to a dibtric* subscription to tlio railroad, should b^ a full on?. The people are much in- | forested in it, and tdiould give it their attention. It will, iv? doubt not, bo thoroughly discussed. Mr- Memminger's Bpcech. M'e htivo surrendered muoh of our spnee thin 1 wfick to tho vory nblp opeooh of Mr. Memminckk, the Commissioner to Virginia. lie sketches the rit?o and progress of the abolition nnrlv ? master hand, allowing conclusively the unfairnoss and hostility exhibited by tho North towards the South and hor institutions. 1 l...

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