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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 20 June 1857

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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. — 20 June 1857

KEOWKK COI'RIEU ROBT. A, THOMPSON, Editor. TRttMS.??l.SO pornnmim.in ndvnnco. If pn in?nt be delayed until nfler the ?Xpirntion oft % year, |2. For ?i* month*. 75 cents, in atlvnn Advertisement* incfrte?l ?t the uannl rate*. PICKENS C. iL s. a i Saturday Morning, Jane 20, 1857. To Correspondents. "Wo havo on band two or throo artich for publication, which shall appear nc: week. An obituary, over the signature < <lG." is withheld, becaueo it was not a< companicd by tho name of tho writer.This is a wholesome rule, and one that ? cannot consistently violate. "X,"over in another column, rolaU Bomethinp:ofa cbioken story; which, but fc his vouching, we onuld not very well a: ford to entertain seriously ! Howbeit, a tho comet and circus havo both given n u-i_J? ?i ? i -? wiu uuugu, ii. ih pernaps mo next bet novelty afloat, and, wero wo not *' up t our eyes" in Equity reports and briefs, w might appropriately enough say, " crow Chapman, crow !" But, 41 under existing circumstance...

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. — 20 June 1857

KEOWKK COl I! I ER ROB'T. A. THOMPSON, Editor. TERMS.?* 1.50 per nnnum.in Advance. If |tn> in on t bo (tuliiyed until Hflcr t)i?i ex pirn t ion ofth yoar. f2. Fur nix month*. 75 cent*, in mlvnnc Advertisement* inserted nt the usnrtl rate*. PICKENS C. If., S. C.: Saturday Morning, June 20, 1857. To Correspondents. Wo liavo on hand two or throe Article for publication, which nlinll appear nex week. An obituary, over the signature o 4'G." is withheld, hecaueo it was not ao <companiod by tho name of the writer.? This is n wliolesomo rule, ami or?o tbnt w< cannot consistently violate. 44 X," over in another oolumn, rolatoi Bomethingof a chicken story; which, but foi bis vouching, we could not very well af ford to entertain seriously ! Uowboit, as tho comet and circus havo both given ui tho "dodge," it is perhaps tho next besi novelty aflont, and, wero wo not up t< our eyes" in Equity reports and hriofs, w? might appropriately enough say, " crow Chnnmnn. o.mw !" Ttm u nn.lnf r...

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. — 20 June 1857

Great Excitement in dab Antonio. DRKI'KttATlk ii'loUt WITH KODOKIIS. ThoSan Antonio (Texn*) papers, 30ih inst., nre filled will) the most exciting nocount'* of a rcr.r<it dreadful encounter with ft Iwuid of ruffian*, in that city, during which r.vo persons were killed and one wounded. As our readers well know, then* lias been, for a long tiuia past, n desperate ,gang of thieves, robbers and house breakers hanging about Sun Antonio, whose repeated villainies wc have nlmost weekly recorded. On tho night of the 20th, it seems, a horrid murder wks committed but a few miles below the roWt'v T!>?j *vjf? of sr.*? Mr Gasss! was killed in her own house by some {*even or eight assassins, and the house then robbed of moncv a ? * ....x. ....wiuivvi ii icwnru OI was offered next morning for the apprehension of the inurdeiers, <utd Sheriff Henry, with n posse, hastened to the place of the bloody sucne, The Texan, 00th u!t., ;?dds; About 12 o'clock a gang of some dosen desperadoes had col...

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. — 20 June 1857

Great Exoltetoeut in dab AntonioUKKPKttATK VlO lit WITH KODnKltg. Tho Antonio (Texas) papers, 30ih inst., nre tilled will) the most exciting nocount* of h recent dreadful encounter with a band of ruffian*, in that city, during which riv? persons tvero killed and one wounded. A# our renders w?ilt know, there lias been, for n long time past, n desperate .gang of thieves, robbers and house breakers hanging about San Antonio, whose repeated villainies we have almost weekly recorded. On tho night of the 29th, it seems. it horrid murder was committed hut n few miles be jqsy the town,. The wife of one Mr. Gaiw was killed in her own house by some seven or eight nsaassins, and the house Chen rubbed of monev and valuable*. A reward of $. >00 was offered next morning for the apprehension of the murden s, and Sheriff Henry, with a posse, hastened to tlx? plnce of the bloody soeuu, The Tcxnn, 30th ult., adds : About 12 o'clock a gang of some dox?-n desperadoes had collected in the city on the...

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. — 20 June 1857

KoisTiw. A Dollar or Two. * >Yl;h cautious step, we tread our way through This intricate world, as other folk* ilo, Mav we still on our journey be able to view The benevolent face of a dollar or two; . . For an oxccllcnt thing J? a dollar or, two. Ko friend is so Iriie As a foliar or two ; Through country and town Ab we pans up and down, * }so passport so good A? a dollar or two. Would you read vourcelf out of the bachelor crew, And the hand of t'.ir- pretty young female sue. You btu*t always he ready tho handsome to do, Although H may cost you a dollar or tw6 ! I.ovc'b arrows aro tipped \v.?i. - -1,-11 ? ? ? ? " >>u h uifjuu or two, Aiicf affections nrr gained "Willi n dollar or two: The hest aid you cftn meet In ful vanoing your unit, Jh tho eloquent chink Of ft dollar or t\yo. Would von wish your exiftOnee with faith to imbue, And enrol in the ranks of the sanctified few. 'J'" enjoy n good name and a well cushioned pew. Ton must freely come down with i\ dollar or two. Hi...

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. — 27 June 1857

' "'" :" ' " " ~ " """ ' --' -' --'? ' 1 J-'l-J._ _ . . J _" . } ""J ?'. Ji'.,_ jil*. J.J. _ , . . 1 1 1 _! .", -'J!..'. - ?1 .._.! -'-1 _1_1J 1 .-^_. '. '.i.'... .'. ' '. ' 11 . ] _ * ' " - - ' ' * 1 " ' ' 11 44 To thine own M'll bo trite, ttud It iimtit follow, as (lie night the dny, tlion cnuNt imt tlroi* l;c fsi Ixc to uny mini." BY ROB'T. A. THOMPSON. ' COURT HOUSE, S. C. SATURDAY, JUNE 27, 1857. VOL. VIII. NO. 50. * . 1 I mi I wmmmmmwmm??imm???? 11 i ?.?. .t. , - ^icteOTir.'r) IPOIETOV, Troddon Flowers. Mliftrc tiro soijrto hearts iliftt. like llm loving vine, CMing t?> unkindly rock- nnd ruinud towers, Spirits that suiVer and do not repine? Valient and sweet as lowly trodden flowers, That from beneiilh the paper's heel arise And (jive back odorous bicath instead of sighs. I hit thero are cthor hearts thut will not feel Tlie loWTy love thnt haunts tlieir eyes Jinil ears ; That would fond faith with nngot* worse than slccl And out of pit v'a spring draw idle tears. ?) Nature...

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. — 27 June 1857

MOW -ik CO i: i> i ER.I <& ^ r ^ -> if-. -fr ;;?sbR07VT. A. TltO'nrCON, Editor. THRV,^.?*l..v> pet vimnm in a-lvtOiPi*. If p:>yil.VMt '1 .lei.I veil lililil t!.f' ' ! I lie ? ;? | liltT* i? tt j eov. fur vix ni'tiitl.v. >r? cent-*. in inlvMiec A Ivevti -cuoiit- ?n?erte<l ;ii tl>c u?nj?l rati s. i' 1 uki;.\s c. If., s. : Salurclr.y T'oiuinr, June 27, 1857. v< i " 1 Hew Post Glares. I J'lio f?illn\vjiiif p'i.?i uMifrs lmvc Ix'cn osfin t!ii* i>i. iic!, niiiucFv : ' MhX- ' well's Mill," m 'j i v. maxwim.i.. pbMuinMor, ' ' Cauo Creek,'1 Mr. IIenuv iiinki.i:, pusiiil abler. The Woutlier, Crops, &o. Tiio WealIti'i lip U> 1'Ihii-iIiiv was pli'.'is- { Mill, sonio however Ipuiul liie coiufurinMu l.otli tiiglii nml moitiing. " Since il lins boon \ci v will-in, nml c?>inimies dry. * Tlio whont harvest is m-iuly over. The \iold is ji Quo win.', and has had the cflvitl . of reducing iho price ot" com. Tho coin' crop <loos not promise mti-h, and stand...

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. — 27 June 1857

\o bis wifo, aud to buvtt ?ti iotprvivw wiili J' iv Dr. Kvmit, n ptinonor in tbo bands of llio j Mexicans,' who It .-id boon in Confinement ; nomo weeks on suspicion. Tim. Hour for i bin execution baring nnivcd, bo whs led! out. bis band* Miotcbod above bfc? bead, | and tied lo ft post in front of tbo btdliuog j lie bad occupied, bis ftico to tbo post and bis bark totbe executioners. At tliecom-j maml "fire," at I oust a bund red balls wore ! ilrcd into liis body, And all that was moi l til I ?if ll<>nry A. Crabb?,'btmg dead, swinging by bis tied baud >. A Mexican stepped for- ! "ward, and, witU a largo knife, severed bis. bead front tbo body?the warm blood spirt-1 ing ball'way across I bo si reel, Tbo bead Avfis |>|>iccd <?n a tahly in fiotil. or in the ofHco of tlfl? Z?I0X; exposed to {lit* jeers of t1iu populiu'0.' U w?* then placed in ajar ; of inc#t'.nl f??r preservation. 15ut the Nfexieam will hnvq lo render n?\ account fur the invasion of American toriVlor.)...

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. — 27 June 1857

4,.*. iTtpr' I r" ~ < . t \F>'0%rsvi. I I Kcmomljor. I remember. 1 remember, When 1 jixt bcgAn to crcop. llnw 1 crnwl'd Mniiglil Into inincliivf? llnw 1 wouldn't ?o to nlfej)? I How I pulled ihe tabic- linen. Willi its contents on the floor. How my mother spnnketl me for it ! Till my tumid floali wiu wore. I remenibor. T rrjpeihber, ? wn i urm oogan to talk. An J I ii!m> well remember Well (lie day I h ied to Walk; Firm I (jrnsncu oKI Jowler's collar. Hut lie gftv\3 u sudden hop, So into u pan of water, Jowler spilt this child , ker slop. J remember, I remember When I used to go to school. Flow I kept a wntchfuleyu upon The master's rod and rule ; IIow I cut up my monkey-shines Whene'er his back was turned? IIow I cometiuios used to catch it, When I'd not my luutiou learned. I remember, I remember j vy.uoii i wi'iua hooking penelies, llow a d<>g cntnc out and caught wo Uy the surplus of my breechw; I How I hung on to the bushes? How the dog hung on tome, Till my cryin...

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 July 1857

. * t . . 1 0- * . , * ? f ? ' . * * * # ^ * # ' IKIgflDMIglg jBBHBfci(KtBlHBIgl!lfgia? ' i 4 V * * '.' ?' . 44To tliliie own self lie true, and it imut follow, n* tlic i?i|zlit the <Iny, tfltoii cau'?( not flscn bo false* to any mail." A ^ ^ .._ , ' ri . ^ . . ? 1 . - -. , .^ -, ,.-vr - ^ liY ItOB'T. A. THOMPSON. , PICk'fcNS COUKT HOUSE, S. C. SATURDAY, JULY 4, 1857. VOL. VIII. NO. 51. r "81glLE?Tl?:'r) IPOKYRV^ Mothor, Home, and Heaven. DY UHLr. CtLDSMITH. O earliost known and Isitcst loved ? f> Fair angel, that dost stand Guarding tlio Beauteous eastern gato f Of life's young golden land ; O'orshadowing with thy wing of I'caco Tho sacred walk of fiotao; Lovo following over, wheresoever 't'liy pilgrim child doth roam ; Then ol tho heart and hrow inspired? Where, earthly loves are dim. And passion?."mouldering and spent. Thy spirit shines on him. Homo of tho heart?our early home? Wherein ouv foot have strayed. Still wave nl>ove us tl o green trees Beneath whoso leaves wo 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. — 4 July 1857

row EE COURIER; ROB'T. A. THOMPSON, Editor. TKHM.S-?*1.60 pcr?nnum.in nilvnnce. If pnviiioni, l>? iJvlaycd until nftor tV> expiration oftlic year, $2. For six months, 76 cent*, in mlvtiiu-.o Advertisements inserted ?t lit? usual hWos. J PICK K.N S Ct IT., S. C. s L. Saturday Morning, July 4, 1857. To Correspondents. Correspondents will bear in mind that brnvitv is not onlv thr> soul of wit' but, that long nrtides, even on interesting sub- 1 jects and well written, are rarely read.-? j We have several lenghty communications 1 which shall appear in thuir turn. Please bo brief, pointed and legible, and wo will most cheerfully give place to your articles. Death of Langdon Cheves. This truly great man died in Columbia on tho 201 h ult., in tho eighty-first year of hia age. lie was a native, of Abbeville, and entered public life whon young. As I a lawyer, ho took high position ; then ho , was Bont to Congress, whore, during tho 1 war of 1 412, he disiinguMied himself in debate, a...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 4 July 1857

-Elopement Extraordinary?Fiction Nowhere. The Wheeling (Va.) Times of Tuesday last, says : Wc learn from M:e officers of on? of the packets plying between this and another port, that an elopement of an extraordinary character took place from a snmll village on 'the Ohio river, not many miles from Wheel- j ing, on Saturday Irtst. Two young men, whom we shall call A and B, have been for n year past paving their addressee to n young lady of the village hinted at. Iler name is Miss O. About six rtioijshsjtgd, A *?"'>?g that 15. w?s most in favor Willi the lady, waxed desperate, and for u long lime he debated with himself whether it was nobler in the mind to hang, take poison, or leave the town. Recollecting the advice of the elder Weller, he agreed with that facetious personrtgo that "hanging was wulgftr," and as poison was hard to take, lie concluded to adopt, the. latter moms to divide the band of affection which bound him to the enchantress afoiet?aid. Oft be wor.t, and it was not...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 4 July 1857

POEYRV. Eleventh Commandment. AN ACllOSTIC. Mo*t persons will agree with mo In what I'm c<iinu to?tiy, No ill ml >t they fnil t? practice, for ]>ti'cvit*H the giune they play. You'll oft nit hear n friend inquire, ' Oh ! what id Mr. doinjf? U poll my word I'm told hp is Kooning headlong to ruiu 1" ' Or, " Miss reported ?? t>ngngvM ! With Mr. ???,'atul soon will bo wed ; Now, in it not n real shame 1 Because his hnir is very red."' Unlicensed pro some women'# tongue?, m'crois incy cannot Keep; It" in tho tiny they do succeed, ?Co doubt they'll out in sloop! Kven will soino use detraction So to drive incft to dostruclien? Such a woman, "calls her ?ati-?fAclioii." VAkoiirv. The Trembles. Ens. Co. Gent.?Severn] weeks back in a number of your invnlunble journal, ft cor- ( respondent from N. C., if 1 remember might, made some inquiries of you or any i one, legnrding n form of disease by common . consent termed "Milk Sickness." llonsk-j ed for some information .is to the, cause...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 11 July 1857

. - T! . v. J'.* *V.~ *'? " v/-v * "3 . ". ? pw^prfT-v.' * 7" v ?tf' ' '> *?????- <v ? v : * - v- i v. . ?\ 0+ \ * .. \ : ;">* y * *. *.. ' ,: ./ %;. ' "$ ,, . >* - -v/"1 ;*-v - ?;. * ' IK ISMffi IS fUlllf! II IS 131 ? : ' 7r - , 7-7rJ / , % , j. ~rr~7^ : 4 ** ' , "To tliine own ?elf bo true, mid i.l mast follow, as lite night tlio .day, (lion ruit'sf Btot lltru be false to any man.1' IJY ROH'T. A. THOMPSON. IMUKtiNS COUHT HOUSE, F. (\ SAT UK DAY, JULY 11, 18.17. VOL. VIII. NO. 52. ml^or\m pok?ry, The Sunny South. I1Y h. VlluflNIA KtKNCH. ? KnowVl tlipvi the Land" where the Rummer ia Queen, Ami her royal profusion enriches the scene, Till earth is ennobled in Iter emerald dyes And "royal emblaxonary glows on the skies? "NVhera tn? *ignet of liveliness over Im^ shown. And the spirit o( .Beauty established hei thiono i , Hast Sought ovor sunny 6ayiufnnlw, the wood Willi its arches Titanic?its deep folitude, Where bland breete# curl over emerald billows Of slow-swaying foli...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 11 July 1857

KKOWK J (' QU I! 1 Kl{. ROB'T. A. THOMFSON, Editor. TKIIMS.?per tinhorn.in lylvnnco. If pay ir.ent be delayed until after texpiration ot'tlu year. *-'J. For six month*, 7.*> cents, in ndvanci Advertisements inverted at the usual rates. PICKENS C. II., S. C. : ?? Saturday Morning, July 11, 1857. New Post Office. A r*. w pojst ofliet*, by tbo nnnio of '"George's Crock," has been established in I his district, and K. E. 0'ossf.it appointed I'ostniMtor. Saleday. There wcro fewer persons liero on saleday limn wo rccollect ever to have seen beforo. NQtlilug of any value was sold. The Sheriff had some valuable property advertised, but creditors stepped in and shielded the poor debtor. However, wo believe the money maiket was not so ''tight" as some other things wo saw. At least, we trust better times will prevail for the future. Correspondents and Temperanco. The article of " Yindox," in ont present number, is very lengbfY. Hereafter, two columns (about eight pages foolscap) is as much ...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 11 July 1857

Hum of her citizens should be taxod to pay for tWa luxuries of another tbiw, and if n portion of t lio people of (South Qurollna may boliove.or profess to believe that (tie manufacturing of ardent spirits is nccctfcary n * a iue;u?? of furnishing them with tvliRt they may be fdcasod to cull a luxurious f 1 indlfigonce, then wo nsk; is it just?is it right that the 'hard earnings of tin: otiicr clays should bo 'forood from them by taxation to help pay the dam' nges incurred by this luxury. Wo answer that it conflict* with ovcry principle of justice, both human and divine, your notions of prohibiting this injustieo being iinrcnnblican, unconstitutional, and unreasonable to the contrary notwithstanding; The argument with which " Vorit,. ' mcctaour illustration of tho liquor manufacturer by coinparing him with tin- ruii smith who bhouldsoll guns to tho enomy of his country >8 perfectly abnurd and ridiculous, lie argues that it is coii'ditufionnl to make and sell anything if others wis...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 11 July 1857

y ' ' ^ f; poktmy. A Petition to Time. Touch us gently, Time ! Ijot n< gli<lo tvlown thy stream (ienily?a? wo sometime glide TUrou^Ji a quiet dream ! Humble voyagers hra wo,' Husband, wife, nnd children thrco?? Ono is lost?an nittrcl. fled To tlio nxuru overhead ! Touch us guntly, Titnt* 1 We've not proud nor soaring wings ; Oca ambition, our contont, 1 Lies in simple tilings, II umhlc vovngors niu wo, i O ur Life's dim unbounded ^ca, Sucking only some on I in clime? Touch us okkti.y, gently Time! ' $0 '] S O i? L jL .A ->/a MilQY ITIO0RE. Oil A i'TEK I. I 1 All my lifelong 1 had known Mary Moore. 1 All my lifo long 1 had loved her. Our mothers were olii playmates and 1 first cousins. My first recollection of my- i self is of a hoy in n red frock and morocco shoes, rocking a cradle in which reposed a i sunny-haired, blue-eyed baby nol quite a year old. That boy was myself, Ilanvj Church, that blue eyed bahy was Mary j Moore. Later still, T see myself nl the lit tie school |...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 18 July 1857

_ - , ,_. ?? mn mi iim 11 mi i iwpi 11 ' i' |irTniFi f ' ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ "' ^ ^ ^ ^ '' "'' ' ^ ' "TO THINK OWN NK1.F DE TltCK, AtfD IT MI'KT l-OU.OW. AS THK NIOHT THK DAT,'TftOtT CAVNT NOT TIIKN 1>E FALSfl TO A.N'V MAN." h ; ? .* ___ JL... \. .._ .;. ,?_... " ;. . ? _ __ _ . . ? ? liY ROB'T. A. THOMPSON* PICKENS COURT HOUSE, S. C. SATURDAY, JULY 18, 1057. VOL. IX, NO. 1. L- . 1 .. ' 111 1 . 1 1 1111 in i Ill mm?mm? i ? i i i ? ? ? ?EJ.E?"f?!D IPOETKV. Our Country. Our country! 'ti* a gloriuuH land! With bfond arW stretch'd (VOm nhorc to shore, < The proud Pacific chafe* hoi* atrand, .Sltohcatuthe dark Atlantic roarj And, nurhir'd on her ample brcn*t, (low n\my a goodly propped lies In 'Nature'? wildcat grandeur dreM, . Knntnot'd with hcr-lnvclltst dyes. Rich prairies, dcck'd with flowers of gold, I.ike nunlit oueimn roll afar; liroail hikes hor azure hen ven behold. Itoflcctlng clour e*u)h trembling star: And mighty rivers, mountain-born, Go sweeping onward, dark and deep, Throu...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 18 July 1857

KKO w k |. cor I! I ICR. ROBT. A. THOMPSON. Editor. TK'IMS U.S!) iM>r amuini i? ..K-...... fr jvtyni 'i>t% Irj de1*y??t nnMT tifcur flu- expiration of l!i? V"<\r, $ !.l)0 For nix imMitli*. 75 in ? lv.Hl 'l1. inserted n? IlK'iiiotal rale-. PiCHKNS C\ Jf-JS. C\: Saturday Morning, July 18, 1857. The New Volume. Titno; with it* manifold waY->viiriilug*? Ihih brought u* t'? 1114- ?muI of another no\vMj>;iprr ve.ir. With tliin number, the Cmtrlir commences a new volume, under tbemont tiuDpiiMillW l?V .on " '* % v n \ ? o, i wui > ^ in run* nrrtinn with i? lamented friend, \vc took charge of thw |After much uiiremunnratod anxmtv am! toil, aided )>y generous | fricndn, wo hail tin* gratification uf witnessing its prosporitv and the general favor with widish it ha* heen ro?'?*i\?m1 . During this time in circulation has heen nearly thrihbh'd. uml wo now have tin- pleasure of tenting thut it i.? in it must prosperous condition. It in oue uf the permanent institutions of th...

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