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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 18 July 1857

fejeeted. The ciuufti'of its tvjoettoh was,1 I that it was too piwfivv . t> satisfy tho tic- J niands yf an oxCTtod and tilijjUftoriufi{ peo- < pie, whose VOfeo, like the iloiuan Senator, } l was '-still for war." The popular voice i j was elaiuorou.'* tor an ttggrossive. vindjetive ; and hrilliant invasion, wlnel) should not j stopshortof "the hall,sof the Montezuma*." j i The latter was popular, the! former was , I i statesnuudy. lMftween sueli alternatives, ' I I a democratic administration courting y?y- u ? ular favor, and seeking it's own perpe'ua- ! lion could not "long debute." : Something Rare?Aa Elopement iu the South. ; We have withheld, sjrvs the Moljifcoiu- i ' ?n. ( \ l.i A 1/-..V !-? ? ' !l ' V., ..?, ?./ wi ( III: 11191., Ulllll WO | could satisfy ourselves of the facts, a rtotiue of tlic elopement of a young married wo. ; man, of this city. The othor party to the j ' ^ transaction could hardly, be paid to m-ide hero, as lie had a family in Wilmington, I * N. (!...

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. — 18 July 1857

vn.y&rm. Thank God for All. Hesido yon oak a rustic roof nppearjfc ? A ootta^p garden leads unto the door, A few wild plant * the lowly easement cheers. And nil around looks neat (hough all is poor. There Philip dwells and takes a neighbors part, Though little ho the moans his help to test ; Yet still, lliouyh poor, hesays. withjrrntefnl hear'. 'Tis well to labor?n.'.id I hat Cloil known bust ? The hare tlilsby him with her dewy feet, As lilithe of heart lie fjults his cottage gate; The golden village lane with dawn is sweet. And I'hilip feels content, though low his state; For labor unto him can joy impart, 'Tin independence to liis honest breast: And still, though poor, ho says, with grateful heart. 'Tin well to luhor?and Hint God knows bent! IIin ivifo beside tho floor waits* lii.-? return, His children's voice* meet him hnlf tUo way, And while the s- within tlio v< st doth burn, And bird nud brook sing sweet the oloso of day, Philip forgets bin toil, hischnir to find, Hy ...

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. — 25 July 1857

- ^ ^ '* *? *j ' '. " ^ ^ *'* ^ '^ ' <' '^ ^ j, "TO THINK OWN SKIjF BB TRUE, AND IT MUST FOLLOW, AS TUB NIGHT THE J>AY, THOU CAN'S! NOT THEN BE FALSK TO ANY MAN." BY HOIUT. A. THOMPSON. PICKENS GOUllT HOUSE, S. C. SATURDAY, JULY 25, 1857. VOL. IX. NO. 2. I '<?ftns*rt f&J**?t*?o*is.-.^=?v=.? ? U Ir'Ol&ll Ir&Y.. The, Voice of Nature. UY i. a. 1'KJmSIVA.I.. ^ A'voi6o is hcivrd in tho wli^d and waves, . In tho sound of tho evcf rolling seiv; 'Tin whispered nfaid tho gloom of graves. And it speaks from thu hilUtop loud ami free iL 'Ti4 murmuring in every breath of air,, Arid it paused not when the loaves are still, Where tho waters ft re falling it prattles thero, J And It whist Iks along tho heathery hill. Vpon the brown nml briery steep, Where the brambles stir ft ith t he rustling blvfl; j IV?n ... >..v DIVLUnuu.grjtxsy ucejv Where the cornl rustles, that. voicois b?:ard, For U is borne on tho c thinner's breete:? O'er sunny meadow and flowery plain; And then i...

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. — 25 July 1857

KEOWEE COrUiKR. ROBT. A. .THOMPSON, Editor. TRRMS.?:>l.fiO per nnnum. in advancc. If payinunt bo delayed until after the expiration of the year, $2.00 For six months, 7.r> cents, in li-lvAiiee. Ailwrtisemeiits inserted at the usniil n!i'i. PICKENS C. C.: Saturday Morning, July 25, 1857. Witb drawn. Cnpt. J. 15. E. Si.oan is not n candidate tor TJrigadier General, and his nritne has been accordingly withdrawn. Correction. We were led into error, unintentionally, Inst woek, in announcing the death of Mr. J. A. Doyle's negro boy from snake bite. Tho statement was without foundation altogether. An error also occurred in publishing the Ocnoral Orders of His Excellency the Gov oraor, which is chargeable to tho paper from which wc copied. Tho Review at liOninx's will take place on the 12th of August, instead of tho loth; and, at llaynio'n, on the loth, iuBtead of tho 13th, as it therein appears. "The Pendleton Messenger." Mr. Wu. Lively propones to publish at Pendleton, whenever a su...

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. — 25 July 1857

break, and I am very hungry." While he I j was speaking, there came in another travel- ! i lor, more youthful in appearance than the < first. Like him ho was on foot, and aj>- } pearod much fatigued. IIo was small in stature, with a completion of rod and white, and possessed the \oice and hands of a ' young girl. "Mudamc," said he, with great timidity, "will you please to give mo j Home breakfast* On hearing this, the first comer advan- J ccd towards nim, saying, "Monsieur, let ' us breakfast together; you are travelling ' 011 foot, so am 1; you are hunjtrv, so am I: ( you arc going to Paris, so am L. Let us 1 then sit down at the same tahle, drink oach 1 other's health, then enter Paris togethor, ; shake hands, and separate. l)o yon agree?" ! The modest stranger, still with the same 1 sweet low voieey replied, " You honor me, sir; and I consent with great pleasure." There is something so pleasing in the , contemplation of frank, generous youth, , that even the most careless a...

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. — 25 July 1857

Tho Lawyer'3 Stratagem?Versified b Brown. \ pay voting *jiark >vlio long bait xighcil To trike mi hi'iroM for his hrhlo, Tlimtgh iiot in vain he had eauuyed 'to win tho favor of tho maid, Vet, fearing from his humble station To meet her father's cold negation, Made up hi* mind without delay To take tIn* girl and run away ! \ r>ri?l I V lltflfl ?.whil# nillll/l Km linni* JSiu ns the maid wait vet ft minor, There ??lill remained thin bliglit obstruction : llo might be puni-hed for " abduction Accordingly ho thought it wise To hoc the 'Squire nod take ftilvifc? A cunning knave \%ho lotcd ft trick As well ?? teen, nud skilled to pick, A# Iftwyprs enn come latent Haiv To holp a client client thel.iw. llefore him straight the ense whh laid, Who, when the proper fee wnfl paid, Conceived nt once ft happy plan, And thus the counsellor begun : " v*oung man, no doubt your wi*ei<l com so !. this: To-night to got a horse, A nu let your litdy lc Vo get on ; Vnd soon as ever that is done....

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

... jr" ?r * * r%' w \ * ' ' v . * ' ' ' " ' ^ ' nmi#JBlcMWK. | "TO THINK OWN SKI.F BE THl'K, AND IT MIST FOl.l.OW, AS fI1K NIGHT t'HK DAY, THOU CAN'ST NOT THEN ))Ii FAI.SK TO ANY MAN." BY HOHT. A. THOMPSON. PICKENS COURT HOUSE, S. C. SATURDAY, AUGUST I, 1N;>7. VOL. IX. NO. 3. '1 - 1 " " ' 1 1 1 . ? I ?EWE?1TilTO IP?gY(ftY. Music of Earth. TliCrC in a music, merry music, Kinging through the forest wilfl, Gushing free ami full of gladness? 'Tis the language of it child! ff Where the velvet moss is greenest, Where the blue-eyed violets bloom, Where IJjo soft spring air is laden, With a wealth of rich pe.rlumc, lie is sporting in the sunshine, With his young heart full of glee, And bin merry laugh is ringing, Hinging over joyousl\ ! There i.s music, happy music, Kahocd sol'tly through tho prove, l>rcathirift gently o( affectum? 'Tin tho maiden's song of love ! Mushing rose and looping illy Loud their bottnly to her bower, Dnt. with mingled tears and Mushes, She is Ht ill the fair...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 1 August 1857

KI-OW I'll'] CO!' It I Y.V. RO'l T, A. THOMPSON, Editor. TERMS.?$l.r><) jH?r annum, in advance. If payment bo delayed until After the expiration af thr venr, S'J.OO For six month*, 7"> cents, in advance. Adverti<orr*Mrit? Inserted at the usual ralen. ri< k?ns c. ir., s. c.: Saturday Morning:, August 1, 1857. Free Schools. A quorum of tin* Board of Couirnicsiouors I of Froo Rrhbols fn.ilrr<I to moot on Monday , I...*. *1 \ ?; 1 it . ?.. I last, t'(iii?uquruiijr iui cuutu immuhis- j acted. It is proponed that n called meeting | bo held on next Monday afternoon, or tin* I Tuesday morning following. A Cosh Transaction. Wo havo received an advertisement, which frtn forth that somebody's wife has " loft his bed and lroard," and that bo docs not intend j to bo held responsible for any dobts she may \ contract. Advertisement* of thio nature are : not solicited, but, when published, must be I paid for in advance. "NVc accordingly withhold the notice, until the amount for fo...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 1 August 1857

motive*, the evident foot that the power of, the government it* adequate to provent the nccmnpli*hment of vour purpose phojild in- ' dudoyou to"'deni?t from thc.sc proceedings. J Thnt the tfsme overruling Providende j who holds in hi? hands tho destiny of our ; beloved country may now incline your heart* to peace, and influence you to abandon tins 1 fatal enterprise, is the siuoero wish of your | fellow-citizen, K. J. Wai.kkr, CJovvi-nor of Kansas Territory. I St. Tiorts, July 2ft.?The Half Lake Mail, with dates to the 2nd, arrived at j Leavonwovth on the 2S)tl>. lVnco and prosperity prevailed. Humors of the ex- 1 jM .miiMi uuiiiguui r>y ino \ tovernment, natl t reached ITtnh, but nttraetcd little attontion. ' The emigrant trains wore progressing rap- ! idly. Grftw wJu? abundant on the I'lainn. | The Indians wore friendly. Public charges of official dishonesty bad j \ been made against Surveyor Gonor.'d Hurr, , and the sworn statements of his assistants, were published accusin...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 1 August 1857

roKViiv. ' !; Tlio New-Mown Hay. ' IIY l!IIAtl't.K? MAOIST. | ] When nwallow* dart from ybttugc oaves, I And farmers dvoaiu of burlov sheaves; , When apples peep amid tin* leaves, j A ad woodbines scent the way? AVo lovo to fly from daily euro, To breathe 'he country buxom air? ' To .)>iin our hands and form a ring? I To laugh and sport?ami dunce and sing, '< Amid tlio now-mown buy. ( A ilrnnnr conies with eyes of blue : 'Quoth be, " I'm Lore, the youth and true ; f I wish to pass an hour with you, 1 This pleasant summer day," ] 'Conic in! come in! you uauoy elf! [self." i And who's your friend?"?"'Tis Friendship's : ' "Come each?eorac both, oar sports t<> shave ; | lliere 8 welcome kind, and room to eparo, J I Amid the new-mown liny." I , j Tlio ring is formed ; but who are these? "Come, tell your errand if you please; You look bo sour aud ill at ease, You dim the face of day." "Ambition!" "Jealously!" ami "Strife!" { 1 And "Scorn!" and "Weariness of Life J" " If Huch y...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 8 August 1857

? - *? ?. # ? . it- % ; T * ' - i " 1 -i '- " * *' V * * * 'I *' v: : v.- J. - ;. * " 1 " '1-- U- 1 .1 . ... . 1 1 . . " ' "TO T1MNK OWN 8KLF Bf! TRUK, AND IT MUST FOLLOW, A8 THKINIGHT TIIK DAY, THOU CAN'ST NOT TIIKN UK I'AI.HK TO ANY MAN." 'l.-y-'-V-y ;* ?'''"' -. ?''^r' 'f'%' ' - -J ^ ?v ?. BY ROB'T. A. THOMPSON. PICKENS COU11T HOUSE, S. C. SATURDAY, AUGUST 8, 1857. VOL. L\ NO. 4. -L Li m-.jeJ.-JH1. u *-"1 ''L.1 'J 1 . L '" J'li1 1 L'JJ'- ' ) " 'J " 1 ?i?8>;OTK? POBTRV. From f lio Home journal. Heart Treasures. ?v nos.\. But low rare pearls nio drift od to our foot, ^Aion tho dre.'iry shore of life wo stray, And wtron pbVohiMiofc wo tln*t their?*?it- mco* To cast, 5n camlCHs Hcovit, such wealth nwivjjJ Hut one in many, of carth'? fairest flowers, Dulli wear the gift of fragrance in lit! heart, AtuVfliould wo Hpiirn Mich inccusc, when tho showers And sunbeiuns ki#M tin trembling leaves nphrt? Few Bpicv4br?czos o'er Jhedtvert wntjto Upon eavth'n worn and weary pilgrims blow. And ...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 8 August 1857

KEOWEE COIiRIEH ROB'T. A. THOMPSON, Editor. r TRRMS.?per uunitn , in twlninee. I payment ho rlcluyeil until nflct the expiration o the yo*r, $2.(10 For six mont h, 75 cciitn, ii Rilrixnoo. Advertisement* i.(.<eitcl at 4lie usual rate*. PICKENS C. H., S. C.: Saturday Morning, August 8, 1857. Appointment. Joski'ii .J. Norton, Kxq., has boon nppoin tc<l, hv the Govornorof Georgia, Commission er ot Deeds, &e., tor thni State. Arrested. A man, calling himnolf Murray, was ar rested by Mr. ft. W. II. llonos, noar Pickens, ^lle, on Wednesday last, charged witli beinp a fugitive from juxtieo. A ft or his arrest, br stated that his real name wan Revet,. IIo is charged with the murder of n man named IIf.nry in Henderson county, NT. C., and has been committed to the common jail of the district, to await the re<pvsition of the Governor of North Carolina. That Package. The Postmaster at Pendleton fnrnishos uh with a statement of the "travels" of the package of Couriers that failed to...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 8 August 1857

/ v Romance and Reality. Tho St. Louis Jfc.rald of tho 22d 1 li rotates tlio following: I c A tdiort time ago, Mr. It., wife and wife's HiNtor, rctmled in Charleston, S. 0. Weal- a thy young gent, named Mr. 8., fell deHper- d ately in love with youn^ lady. Mis* Mo u Mr. 11. becauio involved, and Mr. e S. Mewled hiiu, wife and Mis? Mc??? to V emigrate to St. Louis. Young lady and tl cent act ul) to their eve.s in lovn -lml. wmminr t h ... ^ "7 J j ~ lady not of ago, ana, thorefrjrc, marriage j S eould not take place till she would bo. Mr. j c R. and family arrive in St. Louis, and net j p up a store. Young huly .proves a valuable : p l. assistant in tbo BtOre, add relatives urelotb I to part with her. Mr. S., ot tbo appointed i time, leaves Charleston for St. Louis, toful- : ' ill his part of the inntrinionial engagement. ; s Mrn. It. seriously objects. as the ladv in nt.Ul I u too yOtfQg although oightcoh yearn of ago, 1 and as "pretty an a pink." Youlig lady is '' determined to man...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 8 August 1857

POETRY. The Younf? Widow. IIY It. JOnSV.I.YX. She is modest, hut not bush fill; I'roo and o.is?y, hut. not-bold; 1 .ike an u|i<>lo, ripe und mellow. Not to<i youiijr mid not to old : H;?lf inviting, Iwilf repn'jive: Now ndvunciug. tutd uow shy ; Tliove Ja mischief in Uer.diuiple; There its dunyev iii l?cr cvi'. She tins Hhidiod htinmn nature: She is schooled iit nil her arts ; She has tnkon her diploma, As the mistress of nil hcnrls. She cun tell tlio very moment i nun in sign nun wnon 10 smile ; 0, a luojd is soineliiic# charming, lint ii widow all the while. Are you s.icl? how very Borious Will her handsome face beeomo: Are you aagry slio is wretched, Lortel,). friendless, tearful, dumb : Are you mirthful t how lier laughter, Sitver-sdhu'liiiir. will ring out, She can lure, ami catch and play you, As tho angler does tho trout. Ye old bachelors of forty. Who huvo growtl so buhl and wiso; Young Americans of twenty. With the love-locks in your eyos ; You may practice all the...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 15 August 1857

^ ; ?-r-?.."v\j-'? ' ; ' Z~ *7 ~ ^ 44TO THINK 0>YN SELF BB TKUE, ANI) IT MUST FOLLOW, AS THE NIOIlT THE DAY, THOU CAN'ST NOT THEN BE FALSE TO ANY MAN/' BY KOJi'T. A. THOMPSON. PICKENS COUltT HOUSE, S. C. SATURDAY, AUGUST 15, 1857. VOL. IX. NO. 5. 8ELEOTEB POBTKV. Land of tho South. 11V HON. A. O. MKKK. I<nnd of tho South! imperial land! How proud thy mountains rise! JJow swuct thy .soonest on every iitiud i f How fair thy covering skies! But not for thin?oh not for these, 1 love thy .fields to roam? Thou nrt my native home! Thy rivers roll their liquid wealth, Unequr\le(l to the pea? Thy hills and valleys bloom with health. Aim win vuniwic uut Yot. not tor thy pro ml ocean st renins, Nor for thino azure dome?Mtvcd Sunny Rotith?1 cling lo thcc- ? Thou art Ui^ native home. I've ?(oo<l beneath llulia'? clime, llelovod of tale and song? One Helvyn's liillH, proud and sublime, Where Nature's wonders throng? By Tempter's classic, nun-lit steams, Whero gods ol' old did roam, Hut n...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 15 August 1857

RE0 WEE C OJ I! I VM ROB T. A. THOMPSON, Editor. TKllMy.?per annum, in adrnnoe. If piyment bo lU'l vyc'l until tiftor the expiration of 1 t'x> your. $'2.00 For Dix months, 75 ccnts, in ) ?<lvuncc. Ailvoi'ti^omonts inserted at the usual rutc.?. ) PICKENS C. ir.? S. C. : - ? | Saturday Morning, August 15, 1857. | AbsentThe Kditor is absent this week, and craves the indulgence of his patrons for whatever of imperfection may appear in this number. To CorrespondentsWo liavo several communications on hand? thoy will appear next weok. Thero are on cur tablo one or two articles,unaceom pan ied by the name of the authors ; which under our , rules, can., bo published in this paper. The answer to " J.'s" enigma is Trkston S. Brooks. Tho other enigma, being of a nature personal to the Courier, although com- ; xdimcutarv. is roRneelfnlW dec,lined, for rtbvi ous returns. E H. Britton, Esq. We neclectod, at the tinio of it? insertion, j to call the attention of till' public to the card of Mr...

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. — 15 August 1857

Terrible Railroad Accident. I It is our duty to reeord a very serious I accident, which occurred on the Wilmington and Wcldou Kuilroad yesterday after- j noon, by which-several persona were more or lees injured?one or two it is thought, mortally. . ' ? . About 4 o'clock in tho afternoon, aa tho down train from Weldou got within a short distance of tho trestlo work over Yellow . Marsh, eight-miles this side of Goldsboro, the axlo of the driving wheol of the loco i: 1 mi - motive urune. xnc engineer, finding it impossible to stop the earn before reaching the trestlo work, endeavored to rnsh the train over and reaoh tho embankment on the other side. Tho trestle work at this poiDt is short, but some twenty or twentyfive feet in height. The train parsed over, but juat as did so, tho cars wore thrown off the traok and down the cinbnnkmont, the locomotivo in its disabled state tearing up a portion of the sleepers and rail. The engino and tender remained upon the track. | The baggago car ro...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 15 August 1857

<?>ozrm. done is the following negro melody from the Knickerbocker. If any ono objects tc ft on nccouut of the ' color'1 ot'tho language, he eortninly cannot fail tol.utgh at the imagery: Hero of Ginger Blue. Dark, 'lurk do night, nna wus do moon, No si ir but oho mn pooping: Po hoot-owl sings do .same ole toom, .ts troo tho woods Pin creeping, '* IJoo-hoo! ooo-hoo!"?who cur* for dat, You good-for no't'in foddered cat ? Dis nigger kc. ">n singing ; llo sing, and on dc banjo play, To charm the goblum ghouls array, While skunk he sweets am flinging. Tl'on fli> wnnrl*.?nnol? ....,? " Ncbbor fear do boog-u-boo. Troo do woods?.bit's do song, 0alius sou of (linger I)li?c ? Do whip-um-will, squat or* dc stone, T'rotrs music from bis fiddlo; Do dancing frogs all aioasfoa down Outside and up do middle; What dat? wliatd/it dis nigger's eyes Dlsploro will mighty big surprise, Upon the gum-tree swinging t T am fuassa possum at he case, 'Hocked in do cradle of do breeze, And listenin...

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 August 1857

. "7 Ac. ' -W"vw " ' " "TO TIIINH OWN 8BLV UK TRUE, JN9 IT MUST FOLLOW, AS TIIK NIGHT TIIB DAY, THOU CAN'ST NOT TJIEN UK FALSE TO ANY MAN." I . r' -Ll^.-rr- - --- -- - - i-J,'. < ' _ , 13Y ROB'T. A. TIIOIWPSON. PICKUNS COURT HOUSE, S. C. SATURDAY, AUGUST T2, 1857. VOL. IX. NO. 0. Tho Music of the Win'fis. Oh ! fntiny*vriiced in that ginnt lvrc Swept by tho viewless fingers of the Wind; Ainl sounding Nuturo'ii harmonies, comhiuud *? ]u moud of joy, or isudiiess; love, or ire. , t At UjW*K, at eve. anion;* tho summer leaven TJrogentlo wind awakes n melody ? Tlmt liniment to pain and sorrow given, I, Sqothing tho car with lulling ayiujuiony. j* ^^^Vhcn.froni tho inonntnin-cavos, A And fVom'the ocean-wnvol1, t A'storinv choral chnnt i* ntv?>lHiir? ?? ~ ft' JIow grand tlie liiiVmojiiuii tli.it sweep Across the foaming deep, Arid through the swaying woods, . And flying mists and raln-frnught clouds; $ ~VVliiljo loud thunder-tones ure kneeling Around tlio Temple-Spirit's lol'ly dwell...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 22 August 1857

KKOW Ml-: CO 11! IKK. ROB'T. A. THOMPSON, Editor. TRRM8.?$1.^0 per annum, in advance. If payment bo dvliiynl until after the expiration of tlio yoivr, $2.00 For ?ix jnontlu, 76 cents, in advanre. Advertisements iusorted nt the umiiiI rale*. I PICKENS C, IL, S. C.: j fiaftir/fotr Mnminff Antrntf O.O. T JIK'!' } *UVI?UI6, AAUgU.'V AWV < . Counterfeit. Wo were shown, on Thursday last, a counterfeit one dollar bill on the Hunk of Chester. Tho counterfeit is a very indifferent one. The name of l>. Bovs is siguod as cashier and that of J. Washington, as President: the bill bears date 29th Feb. 1S.'>7. The porson who passed tho bill gave his nnmo as Hampton, and said he was travelling from North Carolina to ("ieorgia. Our readers will recollect that no bank in the State can issue bills of a less de nommationtnan nve dollars,except the "15tink | of tho State of South Carolina." Inquest. On tho 16th instant, an inquest was hold 6ver the doail body of Adalinr Grkv, in this District. ...

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