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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 5 July 1850

J.lllll M| .>, IL, j| ' ..Hi, |, - ? - -T - lift showed that the ordinance passed by the California Convention respecting ' the lands, relinquished only the vacant lands. Aftct* having appropriated eleven . hundred thousand acr?is for tho use of schools, there would bo few vacant or unoccupied tracts of land that would be MKood for anything, after 20,000 settlers Vyhad seized on them At three o'clock, without concluding, -Afri'Soulc yielded tho floor, and the bill g was postponed till to-morrow. After sponding some time i;i Execu 'J tive session the Senate adjourned. nOUSE OF RKI'IIKSK.NTATIVES. Mr. Onrter proposed a resolution which was agreed to, instructing the Committee on commerce to inquire into the expediency of providing a law compelling nil craft carrying passengers nnd navigating the waters of the United States, or sailinjr under the authority of the United *SteU<33, to be prov'd d with nmplo and jiuitabl 3 resources of cscapo to passengers ' in case of nccident by t...

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 July 1850

L-1II-1J Iftl?I 'J" 1 .J WELCOME AS FLOWERS IN MAY. At day's declining, ft maid sat twining A garland Hliining with wild flowers guy: But hor heart it was aore, and tlio tears swelled oVr Her eye, at the door, on that eve in May. Mud take," bIic cried, to her young heart's pride, " From your pliglited bride, 011 litis holy dayi A true love token of fond vows spoken That may not bo broken?these flowers of May. 'In life and in death, if you hold to your faith, Keep ever litis wreath, 'twill hosweot in decay; Come poor or with wealth, come in sickness or health, To my heart you'll be welcomo as flowers in May. ''Yet, oh! if ever, when wide sea3 sever Our hearts, you waver in faith to ine. A true Irish maid will never upbraid Affection betrayed?from that hour you're frcol "I set small store upon golden or?, I'll not lovo you the more from your wealth from the sea; The hand that will toil at our own loved soil, Free from crime or from spoil, is the hand for me! Tho blessing half spolcen,...

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 July 1850

" TO THINK OWN BKLF 1IK TIIUK, AND IT MINT t'OLI.OW, AB TIIK NIOIIT T1IK DAY, 11IOU OAN'BT NOT THEN UK FALSK TO ANY MAN." IBmL 8. f 1'K'KK.NiS COURT IIOI'SK, S. <FRIDAY, .11 I,V IS, 1850. Ntt H KEOWR2I? eOliUER, I-KINTHD AM) rUIU.IMIII) WKKKt.Y BY TRIMMlEll A LEWIS. \V. K. Easlky, Editor. TKIMIS. IfSreW' One Dollar ami Fifty Cent* for <?m.? yonrV sub- j ' jWcripttAn when pniJ within three inoiithn, Two *(.. Jmothir* :f payment is deluyoil to tho clo.<e of the ; ? tif 11 .1* v?.nf I All #ub->crip(ions not clearly liuulfil, will be j onnidered as made fur an indefinite time. Mi l ontinued till h di-continuance is ordered and 11 nrrenr.agc* pui.I. A(lctrti*cincnt* inserted nt 75 cent* per square ' ?r the first insertion, ami 37 l-'J ct.<. for encli : ontinued insertion. I.ilcral deductions made o those advertising l?v the year. I3T All Conununicatioin shou'.d bo addressed t<> the Publishers post naid. t CONGRESS. In the Semite, on Friday, the 2Sth st.. tlie conside...

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 July 1850

"Washington, July 1, 1850. SENATE. After a short Executive session the Senate took up a bill urrauting bounty I uufs to seamen ami marines who served in the Gulf and on the Pacific during the Mexican war. The subject was discussed and laid aside. The Ad; foment bill was taken up, and Mr. Cooper concluded his re. marks in favor of the bill. Mr.Upham followed in opposition to the bill, and gave way, without ' concluiug, to a motion for adjourn- ' ment. AT r. Vnlno submit In! ;i ioint ppko hit ion for the (enniiialion of (lie preKent session of Congress on the 1st August. In answer to the Senate resolution of the 27th, a message was received from the President, stating that all the orders and correspondence relative to New Mexico and Texas have heretofore been communicated; and that ihe Executive had not yet received an official notice of Col. Monroe's proclamation calling a Convention. The Senate adjourned. riOl SE OF REPRESENTATIVES. The Chs ir stated that the first business in order...

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 July 1850

The Southern Conveftiox.? We lake tho lb Ho wing extracts Iron i the Nashville Arbetfcan, in reference j I to llie Southern Convenlipn: Tlic Convention assem&ed under | a prejudice state of feeling on the pari ol thousands in the South, who had been misled by the presses opposed f, ' to its convening and really began hon-; estly to imagine that its sole object | was to propose direct plans ofsepara- j ting the Confederacy. * * The convention met, composed of; the ablest and most patriotic stalesmen of the Nation'. Perhaps there has never before been convened in the Union, an assembly which could boast i of morejjenius and practical wisdom.: And what is still more commendable, ; they came thoroughly imbued with ] the most intense love of tlu; Union and I desires to perpetuate to the latest posterity, a government bequeathed to us pure and undefiled. * * The phantom ofTrcason not once intruded upon its deliberations. I he spirit ol harmony was invoked and prevailed during the whol...

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 July 1850

)> - ? .. .. . . POOS T? v , ?? BEAR ON. ?T A. M. tVM OX D B . Boar on ! What though life's tide may bo A current strong, opting thee, Aud thou hant but a slender sail To spread before nn udrcrse gale? JKfien trials lash the waves to foam, And thou art far from friend and home, Yield not thy spirit to despair. But manfully the billows dare? High o'er the waters, wild and cold, Yix thou the steadfast oye and bold? Benron, bear bravely oil 1 Bear on I Tlic world may jcor and ncoflf, And choscn friend* may ca?t thee off? Stay not to weep tlic brittle chain One stormy wind could break in twain. If thou lia?t found that licart untruo Which was thy hope, toy idol too, A'ink not in sorrow'* depths profound, Despair will never lieal the wound; (live to the past no vain regret, The future lies before thee yet. J3enr on, bear bravely on I Hear on ! Dost thy repining eyo Bee worthless men axalted high, While modest merit sinks forlom In cold ueylcct nn>l cruel scorn I O, never from thy t...

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 July 1850

I"?TO THINK OWN HKLF OK TltUE, AND IT MUST FOLLOW, AS TI1K N101IT T1IK DAY, THOU OAN'sT MOT THEN DE FALSE.TO ANY MAN." / VOL. ?. PICKENS COURT HOUSE, S. C., FRIDAY, JULY 1!), 1850. NO <X 4 I THE UIvOH Ili: COVRlI'iK, mixTr.n and rniLisiixn wkrkly ?t THIMMIER LEWIS. W. K. Easley, Editor. KK t. HB.-r, < I One Dollar ntul Fifty Cents for one year's Mibacriptiou when paid within three month*, Two dollar* if naymwit in delay oil to thu close of the uUcriptioii yenr. All subscript ionn not clearly limited, will be considered as made for an indefinite time, nnd continued till a discontinuance in ordered and { idl arrearages pai l. inserted at 75 cents per square for the fir.H insertion, and 81 1-2 etc. for each continued insertion. LUwrnl deduction* iundn i I to thoso advertising by the vcnr. tW All Communications should be addressed to iho Publishers post paid. * poiTi'^ ' JOHN'S LAMENT?n"v n..o\vs. "Why did tlicy cnl) ire 'John,' I stiy? j Why did they c,ijl me 'John?' lt*? surely ...

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 July 1850

Tfi the Senate, on Saturday, the 6th inst., after devoting a short time to private bills, the compromise bill was taken up. Mr. I?ell resumed the course of his remarks, He went into a history of the agitation for the past few years, VbOWing tliat abolitionism, communitm, nlid" socialism, were united in the Work of destroying the social system at the North, while they made war on the South. When we entered into the late war with Mexico, it was well understood that it would end in the further acquisition of territory; and it was at once and unanimously declared at the North, that the territory acquired should be free territory. But the Sjuth consented to acquire the territory, ns a compensation for the cost in blood and treasure of the war, and trusting to the North for a magnanimous relinquishment of a portion of the territory to them. Mr. Foole moved that the bill be postponed til) Monday, and the Senate go into executive session. Mr. C!ay remarked that it was useless to fix any day...

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. — 19 July 1850

Important Convention op Ladies. The Boston Transcript say3, that at a recent, though informal, Convention of highly respectable ladies of that city, the following resolutions wore proposed, discussed and adopted nomine contradiccnte: Resolved, That we approve of fashion, arid the change of fashion?so far as it is ncccssary to encourage the artist, and to elevate the standard of true taste. Resolved, That in making changes, however small, it is our duty always to insist upon undoubted improvement. Resolved, That all fashions in any degree objectionable, should bo improved walnut fetir or hesitation, and without delay. Resolved, That it is a self-evident a._i -i i? t iruuit inui an {jaiiu.'iii.'j siumui lie made subservient to the wearer, and nut the wearer to the garment. Resolved^ That long dresses are provoking obstacles to convenient walking; arc literally brooms in dry weather, and mops in wet weather; and that it is the duty of all ladies to propose, and gentlemen to encourage, ...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 19 July 1850

_ ET5 i [ ? i, L a 5 E oms. isadolx lv?a tale ok A broken Heart. In tlio AclmroJi-yardv?f * ***, there is u grave covered with a plain slab mli'Lln writ It iu\ lit. \Jl ITIIII IIV WIIH. I IIIscript ion than "Isadokk d'Eheilo, ?ged 19." These few words speak history to the heart; tliov tell v?f a l>eautit\il Rower withered) far from its accustomed sail, in the spring-day *>f its hlossom; they tell the fate of n young -awtl unhappy stranger, dying in a foreign country, remote from every early associating, her last moments unsoothed by aflec? ? t ? i l * uonaie HOiiciHUiet "o icnuer voice, whose lightest sound breathed happy memories, iro eye of fondness on which tiie fainting mourner might look for sympathy?her very ashes separated from their native earth. "Might I not fancy myself a hero ?of .fiction.'" said Col. Fitzallan, bending gracefully as he caught the snowwhite hand which had just arranged his sling. "Fair lady, henceforth 1 vow myself your true and loyal knight, and 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. — 26 July 1850

: " TO THINK OWN SELF IIB I'ltUK, AND IT MUST FOLLOW, AS TUB NIGIIT TUB DAY, THOU CANVl' NOT THKN BE FAL8B TO ANY MAN." vol* % PICKENS COURT HOUSE, S. C., FRIDAY, JULY 20, 1850. NO 10 r . tiik u gi *> w a-: 15 *:?i it a h is, raiNTKD AND I'l'DM-MIKI) WKKKI.Y MY TU1MMIKH ik LEWIS. AV. It. Easlhy, Editor. TISllitlS. Ono Dollar nml Fiftv Coiits for o?n> vi>nr'? kh1> Bcription when ]?ai<l within three months, Two dollars if payment is delayed to the closo of the bnbscription year. All f>ub?eription? not clearly limited, will ho considered an iqiido for an indethiite time, and continued till a di ^continuance id ordered and nil arrearages paid. Advertisement* inserted at 75 cents per sqviarc for tho first insertion, and 07 1-li oU5. for each continued insertion. Liberal deductions made to those advertising by the year. Z.i}" All Coinntunications .should be tuldresae ' to (lie Publishers post paid. ...i Hi i i i . .. |R) tr^ 1 n ST3 n i '.\ n IX V I!J U 'J U^^ILjo BRITIS...

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. — 26 July 1850

Washington, July 15. senate. 3Ir. (hooper presented the proceec ing of a mooting held at Philadelnhii in favor of the Adjustment Bill be fore the Senate, and expressing grat itude to Messrs. ( 'lay ond Webster Mr. Webster* from the joint com mittee appointed to make arrange ments in regard to President Tay lor's death, reported a joint rcsolu tion requesting the President to trans mjt to the family of the deccasec President, the proceedings of tlu two Houses on the occasion of his decease, and tender their sympathies and condolence on the afllictintr dis ?r n -1 jjciisauwii ui 1 luvmt'iice; winch was passed. new. dis. Mr. Webster, from (he same com mitt re, also reported a bill to author i/.e Mrs. Margaret Taylor, widow o! the late President, to transmit and receive letters and packages free ol charge during the remainder of her life; .vhicli was also passed nem. disAfter some unimportant business the Senate took up the Adjustment bill. Mr. Butler look 'lie floor and cop, eluded the...

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. — 26 July 1850

How to raise onb hundred and ! nineteen bu8iiel3 of corn to the ! acre.?A correspondent of ihe Mi- i chigan Farmer says: "Through the medium of your valuable monthly ; visitor, I will give the readers of the j Farmer the method by which 1 raise one hundred and nineteen bushels of corn oil one aero ot ground. The piece of land under consideration had lain in meadow some twenty years; it was ploughed in the fall, and planted to corn the next spring; after the crop was harvested, one acre was! measured olf from one corner, and some forty loads of manure drawn on The following spring this was spreod and ploughed in after the same method. Just betore seed time, it was furrowed five feet between the furrows. These furrows were then ? - 1 ' men wiiu niHiiuit'1 unci !i lurrow turned from each side, ou the manure forming a ridge. On this ridge the corn was planted in drills, two rows on each ridge, about ten inches apart and the drills (one kernel in each) about the same distance. This was t...

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. — 26 July 1850

ip ? Ejr JFI Yu [From the Jfew York Spirit of the Ti.no.'.] Tlifc BACJIEI.OK'fi UHIDAL. OlIOWAt PARODY ON 1HK "fllRIAL or SIR JOHN MOOHK." Jiot n laugh was heard, nor n joyous noto As our friend to thn bridal we hurried, is'ot n wit discharged bin farewell shot At the bachelor just to be married. AW married liim quickly (o save I113 fright, Our bends fr< in (liesad sight tuniing, vtnd we sighed ns we stood by the Isunp'sdimliglit To think he was no more discerning. To think that a bachelor, free ami bright, yfn I shy of the girls as we found him, Should here by the altar, by dead of night, lie caught ui the snare that bound hiin. Few and short were the words we said, Though we beat tilv ate of the cakes, T lion escorted him home from that scene of dread, ylnd thought how nwf'ly he shakes. We thought as we hallowed his lowly l>ed Of the beech, the birch, and the willow, lfow the sLnvel and broomstick would break o'er his bead, llio Inxr, 1,? wm.1.1 dl.?.1 l.t- ~:11 Says lie, ' ...

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. — 2 August 1850

\ w ' ' % , *. ' * ga-L II. i 1 '! 'JUL. 1 1. -I1. ' f I1 ! ! LI. "I l"M.IJl..-ULa-jJJJUggWea5gg I I niB|j...|Bjj?Maiii.<iij..JJJULUBiL- Jil,'-1? 1 ' . ' ' I . ,J1 ' " If'l"- -ua M XO THINE OWN 8ELK UK TRUK, AND It MU?T F01L0W, AO TUB NIGHT TKK DAY, THOU CAN'HT NOT THEN UK FAlflK TO ANT MAN." VOL. 2. PICKENS COURT HOUSE, S, C., FRIDAY, AUGUST 2, 1830. NO II THE KEOWEE COURIER, rftl.XTKD AND PUBLIMISD WXKKLT ?T TRIMMIKH <fc LEWIS. W. K. Easlev, Editor. TERMS. Ono Dollar and Fifty Onts for one year's nub eription when paid within three months, Two dollars if payment in delayed to the clouo of the subscription year. All subscriptions not clearly limited, will be considered ns made for an indefinite time, and continued till a di continuance is ordered and all arrearages pai.l. wic/vertocmen/thuortod at 76 cents per square A for the first insertion, and 37 1-2 ctn. for each continued insertion. Liberal deductions made to those advertising by the year. or All Communications should b...

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. — 2 August 1850

a; to aflord greater eonrforts ar eouvenien v.- to both branches, nv; parsed: as \\ u? u!: o The i. i?:t resolution restoring 1 acrouijtin?r oliieer oi the 'iYeasui the settlement of throe months exti pav. arising out of the Mexiean wa The I*iii from the Senate to esta lished I'ranch mints in New Yoi unci Sail Francisco, was refined ' th" committe ' of the \\ hole oil tl stale of the 1,'nion. The } Iffmv at Ijouvnecl. In the Senate, on Tuesday, 2o in>t.. the prssjding otlieer laid hefoi 111 ? Si.'nnin t'liiiininnifiilinn Irni flic Hon. I'onvin, enclosing *m])v t?l" :i Idler .'iddiwsed by him 1 tlie (Governor ol Ohio, slating' the J c had Ivi'ii npnointed Secretary < the Treasury ol' the 1'nited Stale ;i 11.1 lhat his sea', in the Senate \vi be vacant from this date. Mr. Jefferson Davis offered a re elation calling: In* instructions give in the J \ on in! Island affair, ugrei ;11< Mr. C!av called ud li.e Conw>r< mi.se bill. ?.ir. l'oote offered Is amendment limiting th...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 2 August 1850

ji > to ^renter coni'ioi'ts and : ' fonvenien to I) ;l!i branches, was passed: was (i!: o The j? !ijt if*soluti'sii restoring to' acrouniin/r ofiiccr ? i the Trea.-urv 1 the Fpttlem'ent of three months extra 1 pay. arising east of ih" Mexican war. The bill from the Senate lo established branch mints in New York and Sail Francisco, was referred to the committe;1 of the \\ li >!e on the State of the I nion. ''"he ! louse adjourned. In the Senate, on Tuesday, k-'-5d ' in-t.. th'1 ]>rs;idii)!f ollim* laid lie fort; J tho Senate a communication from ' the f foil. I'orwin, enelvwin/x a ' r (ijjy of a letter addrc-sed I A' liini to ? the Governor of Ohio, statin;/ that i ] c M.ul hocii npnonteu necrctarv ot ; the Tseasury ol' the 1'nited Sl;??ts, 1 Jiii.l llmt hi . in the Senate will Ije vacant from this dale. -Mr. Jefl'erson Davis oiVered a res olution calling l'>r instructions given in the ji-juncl island affair; a^rei .1 to. j .Mr. Clay called up the ("onipro- < niise l/'...

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. — 2 August 1850

although the remark was made that 1 ol cour.se he would lufver think Using iho stick to compel application to work* Judge \vhat Was our as-i *n tonishment when wo actually fjiojwt 9{'9 the man beat one oft lie girls for neg- l.lc leel of work* and that so severely 1 Jm M tliat the poor-creature fairly winced I jlc undar tluj infliction. VVe eOuld 1 lil. scarcely believe the evidence of our i ^15 eyes, that such means of compelling otl women to labor wore used in our t J ^ own country.1' | asi ? " ?: . "t*# From ill? Hra*hitigion Union. I P? The Constitution oi'jSr.w Mk.\-! * !" irto?Pf.o\\\ge.?We have received, 1,11 in the columns ot the Ohio States- 1 man, a copy of 'the Constitution reeently framed by the Convention ai ' >' Santa PS, to be submitted to the in-j habitants of New Mexico.?-\\ e lay j " befoYe our readers such paYts of that 1 instrument as we deem o!' public in- ; 1 tcrest. It will be seen that tlie seat ( ,e" of Government for the proposed Coin-' He Jtionwealth is...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 2 August 1850

nlihough the remark was m-tdo that' NV of cour se he would never think oi l lt usiiiK the stick to compel application . tj to work. Judge whM Was our as-} *1 r. tonishmeut when wo nclually saw I 11 <lie man beat one oft he jrirls for nc^- lf loct of work* and that so severely 1 j1 tthat th? poor r.rwiturc fairly winced I. under tlus infliction. VV\t could nJ ? scarcely believe the evidence of our I ^ r eyes, that such menus of compelling ?! J women to labor were used in our ; own country.1' I vom the Wanking fan Union. IP1 M' ^ l I *i I I IK V O.XSTITL'TION Ol' iN P.W iHi'.X" V mo? Pf.o x age.?We have received,1 1 in Ihe columns ol the Ohio St^te.*--1 man, a copy of the C'onstitijitSoii recently frame I by the Convention at ' Santa Fe, to be submitted to the in- 1 * habitants of Neiv Mexico.?W e lay before our reaciers such parts of that ,, instrument as we deeiii ol public interest. ft will lie seen that the seat '* of Government for the proposed Coin- 1 ? ' rnonwealth is fixed ...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 2 August 1850

IPQ E Tift Yo i The following little poem, In' N. P. Willis, is, ' jKr'wpo, the riohost fjem that him ever fallen from hid pen. II is truly beautiful: "UNSEEN 3PIR ITS." "The shadows Iny along IJroadway, 'Twwnoir tho twilight title, And slowly there a lad; 'uir Was walking in her prido? Aloi.o walko 1 oho, yet viewlesslv Walked spirits at her side. "Peace charmed the street bereath hor feet, And honour churirred tho air, And all ntitir looked kind on her Am! called her good as fnir? For all Owl ever gave to her Sho kept with chary cnro. "She kept with care her beauties rare, From lovers warm and true, 1 For her heart was cold to all but gold, And the rich came not to woo. Ah, honoured well are charms to sell. When priests the selling dol "Now, walking there wa<i one more fair? A Might girl, lily-pale, I And she had unseen company To make the spirit qu-iil? ( '7\vixt want and scorn she walked forlorn, I And nothing could avail I "No mcrcy mw cnn clear her brow ! For tliirt world's...

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