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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 22 August 1857

Late and Interesting; from Mexico. | The Revolutionists iu the neighborhood j of Lako Cludupa, who wove intended for ?orvico iii Lower California, rebelled against the military leaders of that country. Considerable skirmishing hud resulted and the mutineers were still at largo in the country. The Revolutionist, Miguel Cowm liravo, who was captured by the troops of Gen. Alvarez, was shot in Ollilpancuigo. Tho elections having all over proved favorable to Comonfort, the result was rejoiced at greatly. Salutes of 21 guns were being fired nt all the principal cities and | towns. SeamUious rumors had botin oireu- > JUIIVU aj^uiunt V'UIIIUIIIIIK/, HI1U ainonjjj llll' accusations it was said that he intended to 8oll tho- Isthmus of Tehuantcpco to the Americans. It i.s thought that some additional li<:ht will soon be thrown upon the Sonora lillibustoring expedition. All Orabbe's correspondence had fallen into the hands of the Mexicans, and is sonn to bo published. The diligence was ro...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 22 August 1857

* "Tho Old, Old Story." Summer moodbMim softly plnylnjr, Lipht the wooils of Cu.-Mle Keep; An \ theio I boo a maiden straying, Wlwrc the 'Jjwkc.it tdutdovr crecp. She i* listening?moekly, purely, To the wooor at hor iddo; "I'm the " old, old ftoi'y," surely, Running on like tune and tide. . Miridon fair, oh ! havo a euro; Vow8 aro many?truth iu raro. He is oourtly, she is simple ; ' Lordly double' speak* his lot; wrtc is wearing Uoocl and wimple? His tho castlo, hern the cot. Sweeter far she deems his whisper Than tlionight-bird's dulcet trill; Sho is smiling?he beguiling? 'Tis the "old, old story" still. Maiden fair, oh I have a caro; Vows aro many?truth is rare. Tho autumn sun is quickly going Huhind the woods of Castle Keep; Tho air is chill, tho night wind blowing, And there I see n maiden wcop. Her ohcoks aro white, hor brow is aching? The "old, old sdory" sad nnd brief; Ofhoart betrayed, nnd left, nigh breaking, In mute despair nnd lonely griof. Maidens fair, oh ! have a enro;...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 29 August 1857

v;- ^ 11 TO^--^r^f;;.rvr \ ^ v . . \ ^ ^ ^ '% * ' t^; >* u~ ' ' -' L-'- -- '-! -' " - - !-' -J-'-i- - -? ju.'.i.ua.'. .?jj*^'.".g.'? .jit.'. .i.'^.j- mil* u?" hl_.il?1 j". '. g"."^' >>..?! . J".1! "" i 1 - --".'.'i':.! ."" --' ' " ' "'-' i'-'-"-"-' . .'H - " " " '--'-' "i.".'-'-'' "-'- - '-" '*'-' "TO THINK OWN* SELF BE TIll'E, AND IT MUST. FOLLOW, AS THE NlGIIT THE DAY, THOU CAN'S'!' NOT THEN HE FALSE TO ANY MAN." * BY KOH'T. A. THOMPSON. PICKENS C0U11T HOUSE, S. Ci SATURDAY, Al (U ST 20, 1857. VOL. IX. NO. 7. ?- i - MLprrlsS roXYSiv, Tho Bong of the Mountain Stream. Lift to tho ming of tho mountain stream, t'voiu its old rooky chamber springing; Hailing tbe earliest morning gleam, With Its frolicking-sparkling.?.singing! Oh ! 'tis n gl'irious tiling to bound Through a world r.f ?uch vrondroits l>ooutjv; " Tin* iiovvora m o broathuip: awcet othirs around. And iiat k! the old woods with guy music rosound; l'leasuro is "glancing Sunbeams aro dancing, I.ife is n boon, 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. — 29 August 1857

kIowTe cou ii i mi'. ROB r. A. THOMPSON, Editor. T8H)W,?.$1-50 per thitmii, in ad vane v. If p-vyilionl bo doUycd until utter the expiration of tlie your, $'2.00 For six mouths, 7o ccnts, in advance. Advertisement.i inserted nt (he usual ratus. PICKENS C. II., S. C.: Saturday Morning, August 29, 1857. jfclJr Wc have been requested to call the attention of the public to the alteration and addition to the advertisement of the Uakkr land to do touna in our columns. Heavy Rains. On Wednesday night Inst, tho heaviest rain fell that wo have'had for years, accompanied by considerable wind. Tho streams have boon high, causing somo damage to tho bridges in tho district. Tlio corn crop has suffered from bciug blown and wa*hod down, though tho loss is not generally vory great. Cov. Allston and Party. llis Excellency Gov. Ai.i.ston', with the gentlemen composing his military party, have left uh to attend tho Reviews in the districts below. During their stay in our midst, we had tho pleasure of ...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 29 August 1857

wealth?agricultural voflourwp. Our road-> era must bear in mind that the whole valley and it? branclicn, draining an imutenxu country, and cutton lands of tho best denoription, and that it in virgin ?oil. ****** "Arizona will be known aw the Silver State and the prediction of Humboldt, that the relative value ot' gold and stiver would j otie day be restored, will bo fulfilled from j *1 l ? * i ..... Miu iuiuunv IUUUIOUS wealth ot the "Ciadsden Purchase.' " The ITohkion Aim'ojntmknts.?'Wo understand thai Mr Buchanan will fill mo 1 morp foreign appointments until Congress Tt is said some of tlic friends of the lion. J. S. Preston have presented his name for I the mission to Austria. Tho administra- ' tion could not make an appointment more ' acceptable to South Carolina. Tt is seldom the opportunity occurs of obtaining the! services of a gentleman so eminently quali- 1 fled in every respect to represent us ut any I aiuitK Tf U?* will ' " '*' ? . .?? if .11 uvuvjii nuuil a position,...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 29 August 1857

Fi 'in (lie N. V. UyCQlllg I'iij-I. Nobody's Soug. Swift nc\vr anything better in vcrno I tli*n tin; following linod, from un unknown corrospouilont. ii. I'm thinkiugjust now of NoSuil}', An I nil thai Xolmdy'u duno, For Fvt- :i passion for Noliody, That Nobody ctao would oiva; 1 bear the iiunio of Nobody, For from Nobody I sprung; And I sing the praise of Nobody, As Nobody, mine lins sung. ? In life's young morning Nobody To iuo was tender and duar; And my cradle was rooked by Nobody, And Nobody was ever near; I was petted and praised by Nobody, And Nobody brought mc up; i And when I was hungry, Nobody Uavo me to dine or to sup. in. | 1 wont to school to Nobody, ( And Nobody taught mo to read; l pwycu in lit? snort wmi ^onouy, Audio Nobody ever gAvo heed; ' I recounted my lulu to Nobody, < For Nobody vrua willing to hoar; j ? And iny heart it clung to Nobody, i And Nobody alved a tear. IV. And wlion I grow older, Nobody (Save mo n helping turn : And by tlio good aid of Nobody 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. — 5 September 1857

* * ?,7 v v-'.V ?.' ? * ' ,> I - . . .*-1 ' ? . . . ** ,!.-?# Ij V/ 1. ' V V # , / - ?% ' TO THINE OWN SBI.fi UK Tit UK, AND IT MUST FOI.LOW, AS TIIK NIGHT TIIK DAY, THOU CANST NOT TflRN HE fiALSK TO ANY MAN." BY llOK'T. A. THOMPSON. PICKENS COURT HOUSE, S. C. SATURDAY, SEl'TEMHEll 5, 1857. VOL. IX. NO. 8, 'VoBV&V. FOK TIIK KKOWKK RUUIUtiR. A Parody ON KOrt.VU A. rOK's R.WK.1. Onoe upon a midnight dreary, while I pondevoii weak and weary Over many a quaint and curious trick of mirtl imd childlike glee; Whilo 1 nodded noavly napping,"suddenly I heftn n tapping. As of soft wings gently flapping, flapping, buz King like a bee. "'Tin some Visitor that's tapping," said I, as turuod to see? 'l'hovo a boy looked straight at mo Ah, distinctly T can see hlin, and his how am arrows with linn, An<l each ghiuoo ho oast, Around him, fell lik< punshinc o'cv the Ion: Kugerly L wished the morrow ; fur my heiirt \vn struck with sorrow, And I couhl not even borrow?borrow not oi Any plea?...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 5 September 1857

k KUOWKK V 0U H 1 KR. llOB'T. A. THOMPSON, Editor. TRRMS.?St.RO per luumm, In <ulritn;?c. IT paytmntt bo ?lolayc<l until aftot* lite expirnlion of tlic yi'tu\ $'I.UD For six montlm, 7o cents, in H'lvanoe. A<1 vorti,??ni'>nts iu.?orlc<l at tlie mien. PICKENS C. II., S. C.: Saturday Morning, September 5, 1857. Information Wanted. Information in wanted of GaOMKL McCooi* and Edward Thomas, or, if dead, of thoir hoirs-at-law. McCool wan from Nowborry, and resided near tlio "Trap," in this district, uinny yearn ago. Information concerning those parties will ho thankfully received by Judge O'Nkai.l, at Nowborry C. 11., and J. E. JIagooo, Ksq., at this place. Effects of the Freshet. The heavy rain of last week was not general, its fury being spent principally on Crow Creek, One Mile Creek, Twelve Milo River and their tributaries. Tho loss to the corn vrop will be great, much of it having boon washed down and covered up with mud. Sev" oral mills and bridges on those streams In...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 5 September 1857

f / sold for taxes. I referred to tho character j V of the colorod pcoplo. It in improving, hut , tftill fur from what it should he. Among them aro intelligent and uobio men ami women, but the mass aro ignorant and j thriftless. y You doal but justly with them, when j( you declare that tlu-ir own bad influence p?>es further than the acts of the worst slaveholders to uphold slavery. Romance in Rkati Lu'K.?The London * : Court Journal nays : Among the pvesentations to her Majesty at ono of the Drawing lipoma this season, was a young lady unon^nfer mid nbnnt wlwwtrt nun. tials a story is current of more tlinn usual | interest in these nnroinantic tiinoa. She ! * is tho daughter of a uurouoi nj- u ul?tinguised position. Among the suitors of iff this young lady, who is jus pretty as iiccom* pTLshcd, was 0110 of very advanced years; f put it was in vain that all the allurements j consequent upon the possession of riches we.re sot forth. Tho fair maiden showed ) herself completely indif...

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 September 1857

Tho old M^n's Raverie. ItV C. If. IIAMMoM>. Tli?> simVi-jht !t><? I mi his silvery hair, As ilte old inm .iut in Iiis oaken /.-hair i$y thu collage <1<joi- una day, Anl lii* j(n>y nM pipo, a* he xa(, nwokod he, An t lo >kud through <;lining fuuoke to hoc k>o:nj <j!iIVUeu blithe Hi i>!rty. Their rinffiii'! Ifmgli v.*ai a mburnfiil chime, For it aeoilkcd to speak of the oldun tiinc, Now dim und fur away; And lie thought of tho joyou* hours und free That dawned <m his sunny home, whop he Was n liulo boy at play. And horontn?d o'er thogvnssy hill? nga'.n, in the peiHlvo vale, on to blooming)>ln:s, Ami through tho woodland gray; And to memory'* tones then murmured lie, " Ve golden scoiics come back to me, And chase this dream away." -A nd tho tloeey smoko in graceful wreathes, As it roao iiloi'l, )>y a poacol'ul brco^O Was softly boruo away ; And !ip gazed fis it waved by the old elm tree: Alas, oi? the wings of time," sighed lie, "Thus tied m...

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 September 1857

- -- - - - " * -"- " 1 ~?-' 1 " "i" 1 . . . . ] . - ." ; "TO THINE OWN SELF BE TRUE, AND IT MUST FOLLOW, AS T1IK NIGHT THE DAY, THOU CAVST NOT THEN 15L FALSE TO ANY MAN." I . KY ltOirT. A. THOMPSON*. PICKENS COURT HOUSE, S. C. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1857. VOL. IX. NO. <X j^LEOTEQ) POETKV. Life, Death and Eternity. A shadow moving by 0110 ? side, That would a substance fiociri,?^ That is, yet is not?ttiough ilcsoribtHt? Like skies beneath the stream ^ A trco that's over ii\ tins bloom, Whose fruit i.-j never ripe; A wisll lor joys .that never coinc? Such uVc the hopes oi' Life. A (lark, inevitable bight, A blank that will remain ; A wailing fou the morning light, When waiting is in vm1iv; A gull' whore pat.1;way never led Trt show tho <lepth beneath ; A thiug wo know not, yet wo dread? That drcadeil thing i? Death. The vanltpfl vrthl <>f miriiln ?Uv -Tilsit everywhere extends, Tliitt stretches from t!ic diuilcd oyo, in Hpituc that noyoi' eiuls; A moVning, whose uprisen s...

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 September 1857

KKOWEE CO I'll IKK.! IIOB'T. A. THOMPSON, Editor. TKllMS. per nnuttm. in ti'lvnnet*. IT payment bo ik'lttvo 1 until Aft or the expiration of ; t!i? ycvir, $2.00 For .six niontlis, 73 cents, in u<lvnnce. Adrertiacmcntn in?erleil :H the usual rnto.s. PICKENS <\ If., S. C.: Saturday Morning, September 12, 1857. To Correspondents. Correspondent:) must have patiencr? they will recolve attention in their turn. All j hIi uM'recollocfc that " brevity is tlio soul of wit," and attempt to improve on the tost. Preserve us from two or threw columns of . intlnted mutter these combustible timos. Poets, too, are getting lengthy and troubloHomo ; next to politicians, they are the most numoious and profitless elans in existence. " Clodhopper," iu this issue, is wide awake ( on the subject of roads, and deserves special j attention. The communication of " Yindex." publish- j ed last week, was devoted entirely to us.? ( How its author could occupy the space he did i in replying to the low remark...

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 September 1857

tlic United States. This point has f?t last been iiually decided bj the highest tribu-1 nal known to our laws. How it could over have boon Rorioimly doubted is-a mystery. If a confederation of sovereign States acquire a now Territory at tho expenso of tlieir counnou blood and treasure, surely one not of the paVtnors can have no right to oxcludo tho other ffoai its enjoyment by prohibiting them from taking into it whatsoever ia reeoguised to bo property by the (Tominon constitution. But when tho pec- j pie?tho bona jute resident.-} of sueh Tcr> tufir .mVnrtnnrl 4.-. ? ? l'i l I vvmj jmvvvuu tw I1UIUU a k?lUlU l-UIIMlllUlOllj then it is their right to deoidu tln.v important question for themselves whether they will contiaUc, modify, or abolish slavery.? To thorn, ?nd to them alone, docs thisquestion belong, free from all foreign interfei*cnuo. Ii> the opinion of tho territorial legislature of Kansas, tho time lm<l arrived for entering j the Union, an<l they n'ecordiiigly p...

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 September 1857

*'=*~ Love and Thee. Oli! would I hvl the \vo.\Uh of worlds, 'fli# monarih'a crown of gold, Af??I all the in Hforct on??? Thin wimdiMm c.vrth doth hold? Tho-count 1om>? poftriflJint |{loatn unknown U'.'no-xih th? ilrtp, bluo, bluosc^-? Oil! would I hiti I Hiich wealth, thut i Might acorn it till for thee. Oli! would I were in courtly hull*, 'flic bright and shining Btar? Tho glittering miguet for ft world To gii/.o 6n from' afar? Thut i might scorn tho kiiigly throng, Tho world on beudod kuoe? All torn simple "cottage-' home, With nought but lovo ami thou. I c.'iro not for tho goMen wealth, Nor aigh in courts lo shino?I only caro, I only sijjh To know thy heart is mine. Far more to inc than gem or goM, Or jewel of the sea, V'oiiM be tlmt simple "cottage" home, With nought but i.ovn nn<l tiikk. e..i?? ?l 1?"a... .!. Ly MJ-SOKLLAWV. Front tho Cincinnati Times. "Pebbles" from Prairie Creek. 11Y K Alt Alt A. lil.AKKI.Y. Dying?yes, dying. AU?sighed tho < ( ii ?1 wind <i!" A11...

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 September 1857

"TO THINK OWN SELF UK Til UK, AND IT MUST FOLLOW, AS TIIK NIGHT THE DAY, THOU CAN'ST NOT THEN HE FALSE TO ANY MAN." IJY ItOB'T. A. THOMPSON; PICffENS COURT HOUSE, S. C. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, IN57. VOL* IX. NO. 10, fifl /*">? n* fr^v ia?.ranir=M<? I 2>'Jb!ijLS>va^7 u L^ i-^ U Iri V . 0 My Father. t 1?Y HON. IlKSllV H. .JAOOSON, OF (IKOlUilA. 11 As ?lio the embers on the hearth, \\ And o'er the floor tlie shsc'"V? f?1!, ? Anil creeps the chirping cricket forth, i And ticks the death-watch in tlie wall? 1 I roc n for::: i:*.. yonder ^hutr, !1 That groWH liencath the waning light; t There are tho wun, sod features; there. The pallid brow, and locks of white ! !My father! when they luid tlieo down, * And heaped the clay upon thy breast, il And left dice sleeping nil alone, y Upon . Iiy narrow couch of rest, |! I know not. why I could not weep; . The ("onthing drops refused to roll : Ami oh, Unit grief is wild and deep. * Wliicii settles tearless on the Houl I a But when 1 s...

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 September 1857

K i; o \v ! ; i-; cor iukk, ItOBT. A. THOMPSON, Editor. Tr'.lMS.? 'J!.")) j:cr annum, iu ivlvunce. I ])'u* uoiit fip <1 -1:?\eil until ufler tho cxpirationo the yen', $2.01) For nix months, 75 ccnts, it H'Jv.inco. .\<lv;>rtiHOtt>int? imerlc.l :*t the- uminl rule*. PICKENS C, II., S. C.: Saturday Morning:, September 10, 1857. Return Day, For Pickens district, is Saturday the 3d day of October nest. The Weather. For two or three days past we have had excessively warm wer hor. The thermometer indicating 82 dog. at 9 o'clock r. M. Wednesday night. Tho New Granadian Treaty. We gather from the evening Star, a paper l)lllllisll<>(i ill Wliullimnt in ?!-- <",.11 ' ? v ... vy?l V/?VJ MIU IV/IiUV* IIJ^ item of news. A treaty between tho United States and Now Granada was duly signed at the State Department. It is understood not to cover all tho points in issue between tho t wo Governments, but enough e them to re' move most of the causes of tho id-feeling between the two p...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 19 September 1857

Right of ExpatriationThe following is tho opinion of the Hon. Jeremiah S. I Hack, Attorney Gonoral of the United States, t:s to the right of expatriation : . Attorney (Iknkk.u/s Owicb, Aug. 17.?Tho note of Count Montgelas, transmitted to your Department through Mr. Vrootn, our Minister at Berlin, asks for an explanation of the opinion given by Mr. Oushing, in October last, on the right of an American citizen to expatriate himself. The specified case put by Count Montgelas is that of Julius Amthor. a native of Irmclhauscu, in Bavaria, who camo to this country, and, after being naturalized, returned again to Bavaria. 11 is effort to rocover his status as a native of Bavaria seems to be impeded by a doubt which the authorities there entertain on the uuestion j whethor he can throw oil' his allegiance to the United States, and. ifW in wli-if I ner it is to he done. Tlio.ro is no statut or other 'law of the United States which ,v. events either a native or naturalized citizen from severi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 19 September 1857

POETRY. j Farewell to Summer. c l?Y WM. II. C. IIOVMKIt. ' F ? .?w >U ! thy moon is on tho wane, ; 1 Tiiy hut bright day is near its close; 1 Oil rosy lips I lull thirst for ruin, j Hoar on in>t a drop bestow; , Tho cricket, Summer, sound* thy knell, j Quoon of the season ! fare tlio well. The flowers licit wreathed thy boantions head y Droop, pale mid withered on thy brow? c The light (lint made thy morning red , I doll ami misty now ; S i'I voices pipe in wood and dell T( Summer suul lier joys farewell. i C Go no is thy belt of rainbow sheen I . Starred with the iKmv drops of the showers, j jinn mrue 01 encnanteugrocn. Embroidered o'or with flowers; , n The golden wand of wond'rous .spell ! y Is dim niul broken now?farewell! There is n Summer of the heart That hath its mournful ending here; d Delights that warned its core depart ,j While it grows dull and drear. And sadder than the funeral bell Hope whispers to tho soul?farewell. ^ _ ?????? a VAMinrY. _ Au Western Eloquence....

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 September 1857

- >>v >----. .V-i. ;# w\:,.v- .>; ^ ' ' ' ' ' |v ' ' "TO THINK OWN .SHI/F .HH TIU'K, AND IT MUST l-'OLLOW, AM TMK MOHT Till": DAY, THOlj CAN'SI NOT TIU'.N V.V. lWl.Sl'. TO 'AN~ ? '- - ?i? --.x-.-?^ r , ? - tiWr *y 11 . ' 1 UY IlOIl'T. A. THOMl'SON. l'ICKBNS COUllT HOUSE, S. C. SATURDAY, SKPTEM1SK11 26, 1857. *?/_ ' I 1 "" 1 /V"" Tivi.lKoT?;:') l??ETfeV. The Child ami tho Dew Drop. "Oh! fitMiuv, dcWC'i nvjiy pass they awny? The deiv dVops llirvt- Spnrklc -it dawning ot' ds?y; Thflt glilter'd like sliirs in (ho light of tho Ohl why are the dew drops dissolving n) soon? Doc.i UvO/xiviu.liitt wrath ohasu the brightness tiwny Y A? fhongh nothing that's lovely itiight llv.c foi* ? any t The 'moonlight lms failed,' tho flowVs mill re main, ' ' > llvil ihrt ilow drops hftvo shrunk in their petals ?g?h). Oh ! father, dear fnthor, Yrhy pR?8 they away?" I * "Biff. ?'a\V child/' cvictl tlio fixUicr, "look up to the ** "V *Vcicf*? ? 4 ft?i?oM tlmt bright. rniubow?\\iwt) beautiful ...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 26 September 1857

KliOWlili CO 11 ltjl lilt. ROB'T. A. THOMPSON, E.jitor. TKItMS. ? 51. V) i>"r niiimnx. in n/v?noQ. If ..pnVitiiMit bo yt'?l iiniil iit'tfi-1Oo< liplriifion of Hfo year, For .^ix inoutlie, 70 cuius, in JutvtlllOtt. Advert iswfiont.s iiiM^rtiitl nt tlivusiinl ? ?.#??n. ^ if* _ _ . - -? PICKENS C. II., S. C.: f, * - ? Saturday Morning, September 26,1857. Return Day, For Piukons district, it< Saturday the 3d day of Octohor Fui Appointment. Wo nrc plot -c o learn tliitt tlio President has appointed Col. W. R. Coi.iioin, of thin I district, Secretary of Location at Paris. lie has accept oil t no appointment, wo understand, and will take his departure for liis post of duty iu a short time. Col. Coi.iiocn is a gentleman of finished vdncation and polished manners, with a social turn that will gain him admittance into the very best ircles. lie has our bost wishes for liis Miooe:'.s in his new mistrion, and a safe return, nt no distant day, to his State and numerous friends. Tho South...

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