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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 26 September 1857

If ? ? The Mutiny at Allahabad. We were told off 011 ovtr guard, and hot | laid ourselves down on our bed* (those wh wore not on watoh,) when, ubout half-pas nine, wo hoard tiring in the station, and oj the alarm lntgle being sounded we ran u| to the rampart# iir breathless silonee. Th tiring grew heavier, and we all thoughttha tho insurgents liad ehtoml tlie station, an< were being beaten off by the regiment. Si *<teady was the musketry, regular the firing on. on it rtonfinw&l *...n.... " . , niuy uiUM"voiiey.? t{ Oil," AVo all said; " thoso gallant sepoy; arc boating off ioc rebels," for tiic iirinj grew fainter in the distance, ?s if they won driving a foreo out of tho station. IJu before long tho find truth was known, lie? xvor>d rode in, bringing tho tidings that tin wretched xt'poys had risen; liad sei/,ed hi: J guns, and had marched them up to th< i*tuition, He hiid csoaped, and had run uj to poor Alexander's camp, who jumped 01 hi-3 horso and rode up toward 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 September 1857

I From the Mountain Signal. An EelogneT!?" fotjjnving V'r\i)j?ul* husliov'i handed us by 1 tin obi friend of llieauthor. It ha-' iiovor bofor.p i ai'poiinvi in jtiiuJ. The history of (lu* Eologuc Is about this: Tlio author wi? at ^ bull in Orpeiivilli* 0110 nfgfil find, from ilHnluiig too much Jjjflar&lin# wine, bo bofiuap oxPooiHiifrly merry, mi'I, among other tliingH, ho was mado bollovo * ho next day Ihnt ho highly ofTcudcd one of bis laily fricnrtu?-honco tho Kclogue. Tho V author wus tho bimontcl Wauiuis Jt. Davis, of . 1 South Carolina: TUB LAWYlitt AND TilK DKViL. a ftkham PASSUDo' Kit mi:; r\vah NOT am. a oltl'.am Lawvkii.?Av.iunt! thou griuiviaaged Monster I Avaunt 1 Wtinl hast tliQU with mo? what HOW do yon wan't? SaTa\.?My business, dear Lawyer, is just now witli you; To keep you soeuroly ami punish yon too? Lawvkii.?To koop mo securely ! why what do I hoar ? And llircatcn to punish, too? Sir, do you dure To uttor such language Satan.?Behold! i enu you pass those Dark...

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. — 3 October 1857

-vii -iTjra'^iitfn t) panM^??w^l'vW'W ' * T . 1 *.' ? " * "W' ' ^T' ** I * '' ? ' ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ '' ' "TO TII1NK OWN SLI.F 1JK TIUK, AND IT MUST FOLLOW, AS THE NIGHT TIIB DAV, TilOL CA.VST NOT THEN BL FALSI! T?? ANY MAN." UY ROB'T. A. THOMPSON. PICKENS CCUUT HOUSE, S. C. SATURDAY. OCTOBER 3, 1857. VOL. IX.-?NO. 12. . l'\'s < \ - i . L.LL... ..!-. .-. .!_ .,. 'iJA? ... I1 ." UL . ' ' ' ' L _ * ? 1 - ? ^JUUi?Tt?02> FOteTWiV, Angels11Y 0. l?. HTJtVrAI'.T. i 0, tcnch nio not tlio lmrreu creed That impel* itcvcr hnuut Ilie ;>ml: Tlmt 'tis ii dremn. (), never |>k>nd; I would not lost) I heir sweet control. Low whbivorlh* h pints till thoy come, And hid (lie dear emotion stin t, Willi visions ot' our childhood's lionic, That Meoua of tlio human heart. Tli-ir feet arc on tlie viewless wind : Their lipa Among the odorous (lowers ; They fill, the waste of year# behind, Aim awcotly charm the passing hours. ThoflniUo that mantles Friendships eheek, Tlintnn*- ?!?? ? * r"j ? ?,YC? T...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 3 October 1857

KKOWKK COffflij ROB'T. A. THOMPSON, Editor. T8IUH.?"51.fiO p??r -minim. in iuItmiioo. If y>ayiu<MU hi* il<'l.ivo<l until ot'ter I hoexpiration ??!' tho yo.u*, $'2.CM) For six month*, 75 ccntK, in | *<lvxn>'c. A<lri>lrtl*(oipn(!t Inxprlnl fit the usual rate*. I ! ? PICKENS C. jr., S. C.: 8atnrday Morning, October 3, 1857. Appointment. tr-! r ?> ? * ... I jjku.v akii ixoiiMis nu? noon appointed Magistrate, for Chcuhoo, in place of .John Knox, deceased. Tho Law Court, For tho Western Ciieuit, commences its : sittings nt Abbeville on Monday next, Judge | Mt'Nlto presiding. The Monday siuveding at Anderson, and the Monday after (19th) at , l>ickens Court Ilouhe. , - . Frost. J ok Frost made bin "llrst appearance" , this .? ason, on Wednesday morning tho 150th ult., with killing effect. ito fodder ati<l tho pea crop hiivo suffered mo-st, though vegetation has heon nipped genornlly. Tho first front last year ocourrnd on the 21th Sept. Fruits of Return 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. — 3 October 1857

, Smyth. The San Antonio Texan says there has not been a single instauce of felony of any kind in that city for the Iftst three months. The desperadoes Appear to have left. The Texan has an article showing the importance of a connection by railroad with Now Orloans im the chief commercial city j of the South. It appears, notwithstanding till preenu- ; tioiirt, the Indians occasionally make a descent in the neighborhood of San Antonio. The Herald of the 7th blatant contains an account of a recent descent niiule by the Indians at lliernomo, eighteen or twenty miles from the city, and carried oft nine horse*. A party of U.S. troops wove .start- j cd in pursuit. The Herald says : " If those depredations .continue we trust (Jen. Twiggs will he successful iu his application to the Oouornl Government tor on additional force, adequate to meet this state of things." A-1 to the Indian news, we state that a private letter from ait officer of the l\ S. Army now absent front Charleston on ^ v'si...

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. — 3 October 1857

_ " ~ posrav. . *rKmos. Sittin;; to-night in my chambcr, A bachelor iVigld And lonely, 1 ki<<.? tho omi of mv pipo-stcm? That, a n'l that only. Ilovftrics rise with Hiiiokc-wrcftthn, Memories toimcr eurivmuil luoj Girl.i Hint are uuuTied?~or buried, Outlier around utu. Kehool-ghli in pantildls romping: Girl.i tlnit have grown to be misses'* Girls that liked to ho kissed, uud I.iked to (?ivi< k'lMSfK. Ki-<se??well I remember tliem ; Tlioao in tho oormu' wovo tleeteat; Swoet were those "on tho sly;" thoso in llic Park were tho sweetest. Anna was lender ftud j._ itlo; To woo was almost to win licr; Hor lips wore us good us ripo poaches And milk lor dinner. Nell was a flirt, and coquettish; 'Twas-?cut eh mo, and kiss if you cun air; Could 1 cutoliboth?ah! was'nt I A happy lunn sir, air! Anna has gone on n mission Off to the South Son a itinera; Nell in a widow, keeps boarders, and Cooks her own dinners. Charlotto. nrnl Susan, uml flattie, Mary Jano, Luoy nti< 1 Maggio ; F...

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. — 10 October 1857

Mr '?" JW-"'--r9m mt! - A" ' 7 " ^~WW"'w" * * liiil ifl| <!!???& ' * * - ' ' i ' 1 v: -. i: . . : 1 v 1 1 " - " 1 ' 111 " " "* "TO Til 1 NT* OWN ST'r.P UK TRUK, AND IT MUST FOLLOW, AS Til H NIOIIT THE DAY, TIIOU CANST NOT Til K.N UK FALSE TO ANY MAN/' BY 110BT. A. THOMPSON* PICKKXS COURT HOUSE, S. (\ SATURDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1H57. VOL. IX NO. VX "i 1 a " 11 i!1.1"". 1 i i .i * ? $'?i/?ori?E> ipo^TfiY. The Lord's Prayer Paraphrased. Our Lord and King, who roign's( enthroned on high : Father of light, mysterious doily, Who Art (he groat. 1 am the last, the tirnt, Art righteous, holy, lnereifhl and just. iu realms of glory, scenes where angels sing, Heaven is the dwelling place oftiod our king. Hallowed lv_> Ihy name, which doth nil names tr^rt'oend: lie. tliou adored, our great Almighty Friend, Thy glory shine* beyond creations space, , Named in the hook of,justicc anil of grace. Thy kingdom (owrrs beyond tlie starry (dtics Kingdom satanic falls, but t.hino shall vise, t'oiu...

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. — 10 October 1857

KKOWKI CO ni l 1:1:. B.03T. A. THOMPSON, Editor. TKllMJ.?]>-r nnnnm. in mlvitit ?-?. If ' Y>\vni?nt hi> ilrl'tyci! intil aftorllioptplrnliunnf tho year, !>i." ? For nit months, 7"> coin?, in n<lv nice. A< \ "Wist'mtMit* itisoi-lcil at fIto iinnal ititfH. PICKKXS C. II., S. C.: Saturday Morning, October 10, 1857. To Correspondents. Tho article of " Y index" has boon reeei ved, and w ill appear soon, although wo do not see xvlmt ean l?e accomplished hy continuing tho discussion. The patience of our readers is almost thread-hare! " Not hy Webster" is evidently personal in its allusions, and if accordingly withhold. . - P.-jRoa "Retnrnerl Tho number of rases retur;*oil for Abbeville was one hundred and fifty. Those for Anderson amounted to fifty or sixty. The exact number of eases returned for this district is two hundred and fifty! Of this number, ninety-six are writs. Making, in the -whole, an unusual amount of litigation for tlie district. Besides, tliere are num...

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. — 10 October 1857

The Monetary Excitement. St. Louis, Mo., Sept. w).? Jiofjy, Mottunborgor & Oo., bankers bore, closet! tliejr doors this morning. Their assets nro said to be ample. Cards signed by a large number of our wealthiest citizens nro published, guaranteeing thefiolvonoy of Lucas & Co., and llenwick & PetQrson, and ussuring depositors of t lie safety of their deposits. The public mind Ls very unsettled, ami there is 11 general run on our brokers. The banks stand firm and are dis- \ counting liberally. Kr Louisi Sept. 20?) 1\ M.?The j b inkers upon whom the runs wore made ; this morning, t'rooly ami promptly met nil ! cheeks nnd thus rostoroil oonfidenco. The cxoitainent hay almost entirely subsided. The Immediate cao<e of the susp^uxioo of Hojjv, Millonbergor & Co., was tlie nonA arrival of coin in transits. Tho probnbili. ties ire that they will ro-open to-morrow. The assets of Anderson <S: Co., anil of Diwley and liarkdalc, largely exceed their liabilities. The prasum...

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. — 10 October 1857

ROSTOV. I To a Ginny-Fowl, 1'lmt nml "j'.inwks uiiiloi* Ins window j^o- ! fin likly ??.:i 1 makes him cxcccdin^ly. ' Yi>-l nuHMibU'. I'v-kl'-1 it'iIU'V. you ! AV;i u'ii ibumlcr 'rc * (tt'wkiug ? iiiiv tliiii'/Inii'l vim bad? Or ill) yon 8<m<l\vk t ?ri...i i:. < ,\n> "*?? *ntnxt* njyrfi'ottieducational i>rcgutj)e6? NVIrit'n'TnN.-'ii.'f do yon pull your homely lioil.'l OuVn from under you,!' \pn^ and squawk lor? i XVh:t(N nndnr your winy to m?kt> you squawk, Villi spOoklcd swine of :i tirvd ? S?:u?think o!lV naive, i ive.kcti. oWe'wiso "S <?;i" ! kf? > it. llvere, for it looks hotter hid. What do you got on tluj fonee and squawk for? | l?o you s}o,9 anythink alaritiink, you >\) itc iillo< 1 Speckled feathered, Bmlawl^lnjt tV?<?1 ! Mow <lo von s'po^c a feller ciiu ruail or rite, | Or slocn. or live, you dlscbrdiitti, old. busied, }>r:iH<. KroiiclCliorn, with all keys open And the mouth-piece cracked! 1 wish 1 could pl/.en yon, you everlastin...

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. — 17 October 1857

& ' ay.-j1-.. r-^..-^. . ^' "' ' '" y;-g!',^,-"ii^i.jvnii-1 1 : ! . ... _.jx . i^.j-'- .l...j..j jllju ' '. 'j . , . ?.. '. l '.,<V -' -.j. i '.' ?.jlj _'. w .. jil'^ ....j. j 11 . !u'-j?l'l j.'.'.'...!"'1 .1" . ! * - - ' i.'.-i?'.. . j <i * ;v". " to rinsi: owv self iu? tuui:, and it mvst follow, as tmi: nmiiit tin: day, tiiol n.n'st not tiirn* i:i: falsi-: to any man." ; H.Y KOir r. A. THOMPSON. PICKKNS COURT HOUSE, S. (\ SATURDAY, OCTOHElt 17, 1H57. VOL IX NO. 14* . ^ ? .v1 jji>wlhivj v vh v.'*' ?jj. . c f<?, **.. ^.vv.a. ^ r?* esy n' rsj -pn c=>'?-=? '-> ?=? >c^frt=* ? ?v.m - ? y &LL2> FOIET1F1V. A Roquiem ?V ANN IK II BUS llUAIU'OtU). Loaves of tlio Autunm tiniol , 4 Oiinson <utd gulden, opalesque und brown, jjf To this now griivc-hoap slowly rustling down, Come, with yam* low, low ch!mo, And sing of ber who. Sprlng'uud Summer p&j>, In Iter odlm Autumn \reut to llerivtn at Just, Where thcro ia no mole chiinc. Flowers of the Autumn Q.'.y...

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. — 17 October 1857

?une b*ck to bod, and away be wcut with both ahift and shoot. A littlo whilciftar e.nme the right Squire. " Why! yrhrtt a time you've taken tc lock tho door v?nid hi* wife; '.'and what have fou dujt&< Wttli th?* sheet and shift?" ' \ 44 What <F> yOusiy (" said the Squire. *' Why, I'm asking you what you hav< done with the sheet and shift that'^u had to wipe off th<i blood," eAid sho. " Wbut,' in the dovil's name?" said the Squire, "has he taken me in this time too?" Noxt day came the Master Thief and asked for- the Hquire's daughter, as ho had promised; and then the .Squire dare not do anything else than giro her tohiin, and a eood lumn of monev into tlii> l>nr<*uiit ? for to toll the truth, ho was afraid Mastor Thief should steal tho eyes out of his head, and that the peopl * w juld begin to say spiteful things of him if he broke his word. 80 the Master Th'ef lived well and happily from that time forward. I don't know whether he stole any more, but if he...

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. — 17 October 1857

fit wont into operation, and wo nro content. The South should ask for uotmiig iuor?, and take nothing without, indeed, she I \\ basely recroiiut to herself ?nd her posterxly Thore is a sentenca in " Junius" full of VxMuty pntl wisdom, ndnpted to tlia present m crisis?" No measures uve likely to ho sustained with so much firmness ox t'loso which are oommoncod iu moderation." We owe this moderation to our allies in the Free MB ? stales. Think of tho earthquake ohout of that majority of twenty thbu^iml freemen in tho city of New York, ?it tho lust autumnal election, who dtfolured that our institution^ wore not to bo invaded, and what wo owe to their gallant loadora, who comluetcd tho peoplo to smuh a victory 1 I havo as entire confidence iu the adtuiniatratioi) of ; Mr. Btuluiuau as 1 hive in bin ?potions integrity and flue talent*, and dovotod ipynlty ? to. the best iitfca&Sbfof bin county ; but still r ho *.nd hi* Oubinot. nny bo overruled and overrun by an incendiary horde bent ...

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. — 17 October 1857

?1 v&ryiy. Tbe Country Lawie. She blossomed in tho country, Where sunny xuimnor tllngrf ITer r>??y arnn ab-nu the eavth, .Vto l bright oil blessings brings; Ku.iltb was hrr solo inheritance, Ai?<l grace her only dower; I novor dreamed tho niltl wood Contained ao sweet a dow?r.. Far distant from the city, j Aad inland from tbe i?ea, My laasie bloemcd in goodness, As puro as pure could bo; ( She caught her dewy frahuens From hill an<l mountain bower, I I noror dreamed the wild wood Contained (19 sweet a flower. Tho ra'.nbow must have lent her Soma of its airy grace; & Tho wild roso parted with a blush *' That nestled oh hor fuco: Tho sunbeam got entangled in Tho long waves of her hair* Or sho ne'er had grown to bo 80 modest and so fair. Tho early birds have taught hor ' The joyous matin noug, And some of their soft inuoeencc? She's been with them no long, And for hor now, if nocd bo, I'd part, with wealth and power; I never dreamed the wild wood Containou so sweet a f...

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. — 24 October 1857

p-jrr- ^ ^ ^' I JJ J])Jj IJ ? (D 1J j3]I?L Pw?w?w??t?WMwr^?wwM?w?i>wwwwiqww^wwww^?^wMW>iww^<N?w^aMMwiw???,iw,M^<wt?owwMMiMWMWM^ti<><|Ma^^ ^ 11 j u i i L . i . , "{"~ ?'" ' " " " ' " '" *" I I i r I mm *' TO 'I II INI' OWN SELF IJK Til LI), AND IT MUST FOIJ.OW, AS TUB NWUT TUB DAY, THOU CAN".ST NOT THEN UK FALSE TO ANY MAN." BY ROirT. A. THOMPSON" PICKENS COUUT HOUSE, S. C. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1857. VOL. IX. NO. 15. !"- ""' 1 " ". 'j SES.EOiret? POETBV. Live for SomethingI/iyq for Hoinethiijg; bo not idle? Look about tlioe fur employ; Hit nftt down to useless dreaming? I.nbor i?? the sweetest joy. routed nre ever weary, (Scltinli hearts ure never gay, Iiit'n for thee linlli many duties? Active be then while von mnv. Rentier blessings in thy pnlhway? ficuflc wordn imd ohcering smiles Hot tot ?vp limn gold nnd silver, With their gtiof-dUnolHnff wiles. As llio plcnsiuit sunshine l'iillcth Kiror rtn the grateful earth, .S<> lot .sympathy nwd kindness UTfuldon...

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. — 24 October 1857

KKOWKE COUHIKK.! ROB'T. A. THOMPSON, Editor. % " 7 ' * T - : ? | Ti'.IIM.S.?per iinnuin. in n<lT?ince. If payment l>o il'iLiypil until nftor tlie pxplriitlon of , lite year, For ??i* inoiitiu, 7~? cents, in ' ftilninoc. AilrerlM^nirnts inxorte<l nt llifi uxual rut vs. PICKENS C. H., S. C.: Saturday Mornirn;, October 24,1857. Wo were unavoidably absent last ; week, and left the CouniRK in charge of a kind friend. Other duties have prevented our luu uoiiui ttllviiuuu hi 11113 lllllllljcr. I Accidental Death. We regret to learn that Mr. Koii't. Stewart, .Jr. of this District, met his death by accident or mischancc on Sunday morning last. ! I lo was found near Kail mountain, with his rifle lying across his ueuk. Upon examination by a Coroner's jury, it was ascertained that liia uoo.k wan broken?whether by the ! fall or the weight of the rifle is not known.? j lie leaves a wife and several small children. J Fire. Tt will he a matter of general concern to j learn, that tho barn 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. — 24 October 1857

liii own knife, , winch wu? found Sticking through the. bcd-<*.lnthcs, tho thickness oi' whioh is snid to have caved his life. The chief of police next day offered, through the paper*, a tcward of 83,000 for the detection of tho perpetrator of the deed. Two o'litcrprixing citizens appeared und claimed the reward, alleging that Custanares himself did the stabbing, in order to gain yinpathy #i.? i ? ' .... v"> jjuiiumiuur. Claim, tin Oeing rcfu'sod i.lie money, they commenced suits in one of the courts to recover it. Ho the matter stands at present. The overland immigration is arriving in profit nuuiberH in Carson Valley, bringing >, in large droves of rattle. Several parties had been attacked by the Indians or renegade white."}, who stole their stock and killed several persons. The following are the names of those killed, so far as learned : 1..U- V \ ' iMMiii i>?unic?n, .Minn otccn, ami John Lnwby. Wo learn of the massacre of a whole train consisting of six men ami three...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 24 October 1857

PDSirav. Tho Girl with the Cxhco Dress. Ilk' It. JiMSI.IN. A llu for your upper ten girl*, Wit*i lliyir velvoM mi I xitins ami laee*. Their ilt.iin.iiiil < Mm 1 riihiiv* itml nu?i-t<i. Ami their tuillinur Ojjt'iroi an I face.*; They ">?.v shim* ill it parly ?r UjiII, K ll'il.HOIIttl with Ill0,v po.>?!tc.s.h, Hut give inc. in plitcu of thctn all, My girl with tlio calico drew. S!iis )>lii.)i]i ,n a partriil-ro, nml fair A< th<> roiP in iis earliest bloom: 11 or tooth will with ivory compare, Ati-I licr breath with the clover perfume, I lor Htop i.? as frco nn<l ns lijjht Axthcfawn's whomthc liunlerahftrd prcsM A it'I lii'r < * ?> i* ivs suit nml 11 r ln-i ?rli t My girl with the calico dress. Voiir dandies and fopliugs may sneer At licr simple an<l noblest attire, llut tlie charms she permits to appear Would set a whole iccberg on fire! She can dance, but she never allows Tlie hugging, the squeeze and caress; 8ho is saving till these for her spouse...

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. — 31 October 1857

-t' -' ' " ".I1 '-" *"-! !'1_".".-J'1 ! - ...-.ILL.' W..]-l.U!illJJU I1 ?fi-1-?" J.JJ- -U ?.i!Ji!!? >?'. ! " ! .' . " ...'.,l.l!l.L.i.i'.'... -.'!.! '."J1..1. Ill'.l^~ 1 1. J-L . ,^'iJ ' 91" ".M ' " L'- -' -! -?1- * ?'! - .'.i ?' ' '' ' ' ' 1 " -"1 -ii "TO THINE OWN 5JKLF rift' TRUE, AND IT Ml'ST FOLLOW, AS THE NIGHT THE DAY, THOU (,'AN'ST NOT THEN BE FAT.8E TO ANY MAN;' ?* * * ? jj ' - M.V ;.y-. iy '_[/ .1 ' Vj r. ' -i * ' * - ; .. BY ROB'T. A. THOMPSON. PICKENS CQUllT HOUSE, & C. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 3T, 1857. * . * vol.. iv _-vnJ i* . * - QEUEPYKE) ipoitmvtr An Enchanted Island. II* A hA&t. A wonderful fttro.iin is (ho river Time, A?i it run# through tho reulmy of tehrs. With a faultless rhythm, nnd a musical ihyiiic, Ami n bnmdor swcqjv and a surge subbmo, Andblcjids with oeuaii of Yisnr. ?. ..V .? iminicbi hid ll|l lliu river 111110, Where tho softest of air$ uro playing ; ThoiVa a cloudless sky, and n tropical ciimc, . , And a song nq sweet as a vesper Olilnio; And tho...

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. — 31 October 1857

KEOWp C Ojfll fEll ROB'T. A. TH0MP80N, Editor. TKRMS.?$1.50 p?r annum, in iwlvaiter. j?mym<?nl Ik* (Ic1?yo<1 until nflorlbocxpimtion ho yc?r, Fox* nix nvjntiiA, 7"? cent*, dv?h<fe. Advc/tinonients in^rtml nf ilic unual rate*. riCKENS C. If., S. C.: Satfrclay Morning, October 31, 18$7: * ^ w - :M- Sfcd| ? "' . Hdw Pott Office* "Wv * Ivus boon cstnhli.sMifl j ^ *' lHgh Top," Jrokhoh countf, N. (J.faiidl Galloway appointed l'ostmnstor. Court Items. ' "* Tlie Court adjourned on Suturdr) last, ffTt parsing "Sentence upon u nuiul>or of persoi J*" *?%hphad beon^onviefed various otl'oncc ( - The only case of any importance Avns 01 against T. &. Watson for bigamy. 1 lo wi . EOntcnced t$> ono years imprisonment and pi ~ a fine of jlOQ.OO. >nu_ \ ..i l nri.. i.iiu gvuuiiur iiiuricuuui itijmiv nivjr iihih incuts. The f^raud jury foifnd taventy?thr "true bills," jind ignored t lie remainder. Two eases of importance, (for fdnnde wero compromised Friday afternoon. The present...

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