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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 31 October 1857

Di: u> this Timk.?From the Augusta Dispatch wo loaru that Murk Whealer recently died at tho house of Alfred Drake, in Cullodeu, (vco. Some four mouths since, this old gentleman called upon us, and dewired our assistance in proeuriug some little property which ho thought was due him from a citizen in our place. Upon making uii^uinwH, wo icarneu tliat after several Yearn* diligent search, niul being unable to learn his whereabout*, the aforcnaid citizen had applied for and obtained letters ot' administration upon the " c,st:?te ofvMark Whcalor, dvcctitfjl " and the day upon which lie was to make his final return to the Ordinary's oflice, Mark Whealer appended, and testified that he was not dead, and received from the hatuls.of his own ad' tiiiniutvot/M* oil !%** %?..?? '! ?* -1*1 y on vihiv nun vim; mill, ilUUUt 3110.00, and left apparently as well satisfied as if ho had attended to the business himself. lie lias children residing in the uppor part of this District and in Rutherfor...

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. — 31 October 1857

-| Hird Times. 11 Hard Times" is now on every lip. And breathed t'roin every tODgu* : Tlio btiiik* uro oiirssd by ouc and all, Tlio ngod and tlieyoimg. Tlio inorvUnnt hn# lo clone his doors, \r?fl l?l? Iniljvni' Ku Sueli titnos he vovr.i vrcro unvcr seen lly any mortal eye. j The shopmen quit tlio counter's side, For cuetoraera are few; The times are now bo very " tight," It m.\kos them all look " blue Tho citizen In v.itn essay* To intike more llnin liis bread ; pounuoi which no now declares Won't weigh a pound of lead! Thero'e not a day but 901110 0110 faila, Some houso that goes to smash; And names that once stood high 011 Change, < Are out for want of cash. Those whom we thought were millionaroa, j And rich in shared and stocks, Their "million heirs" now disappoint; They fail, and loave no " rocks. (t llnnl li.npu 1 llQVll tiliimi 1 W ? At-n" Such limes ss hard na thono?'' This is tho cry from mora till night, In which o?-oh 0110 agrees, A remedy wo tliiuk we've found, Sriy, ...

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. — 7 November 1857

|il^^^.S) '" n"M' ^ T"l i:' AN" "' Ml ST ' AS *M WWI Tin: DAY, Tll.'t CA.NUT SOT TIIKN UK K.W.KK TO AXY NU N. ' >? BY ROB T. A. THOMPSON. PICKENS COURT HOUSE, S. C.pTURDAY. NOVEMBER 7. *1857. vo. ' ? 1. . >01" IS NO. 17. ? (EL EOT (ED IPC IE. If G3V, "A Day's March Nearer Home." I know this lilo'* n jiilgrinnigc? A journey to the nkie.?? A i>n!i8!ige to ilint better IiiikI, Where pleasure never flies. Oil, tlicn to flti'l ho sweet n place, Above yon shiiry dome, 1 go, for every (Iny but bi iugs ' A (biy'M mnrcli nearer home.'' i no pain i Know is smncuines smoulli, And then again uneven: i fiMi-niur not, lor 'lis tlie way Tlinl pilgrims go to lieuven. 1 ' nw lliore > < : stream called death, NShosc waters dash ami loam, 'Tis just before?lint still 1 go? " A day's march nearer homo.'1 Oh, wliftt relief it is to know, The tiuio cannot bo long, Before my eonl shall he regaled Within the land of Bong. This chccringhope 1 cannot fm?l Within Ihe skeptic's tome: My Hi hie bi...

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. — 7 November 1857

^^BpBBOl^npiftyp^uni 'nuter Hip expiration ??1" UW year, $2.00 For si\ month*, 7o couts, in RllvftUCO. 1 Adverllsomcnta insortp<l at tho usual inlp*. P^VPVC ? " a ?2 - , A AVJVIill kl V? -1A?) U? V? 1+ f ? ? Saturday Morning, November 7, 1857. Thanksgiving. His Excellency Gov. Am.ston ba.s set apart Thursday tlio 19th instant, ns a "day of thanksgiving and praise to Almighty (!od, for all tlio blessings of the past year." Wo trust it may be duly observed in tlio manner indicated by tlio Governor. The proclama tion appears in our columns (his week. Saleday. The number of persons present on saleday was smaller than usual. There was only one nale, that of the real estate of Ki.kixneck, deceased, situate in and around AValhalla.? The bidding was spirited and the prices full, evidencing clearly that tho "hard times" have not effected the value of such property in tho confines of our flourishing neighbor. Speculations on the weather seemed to puzvln tlio ninflt iviun in ciii.1i It bo n...

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. — 7 November 1857

is ns prompt os General Scott himsolf, and as punctilious in business ongngomonts as the most scrupulous broker on Wall-street, -i MYMKMKAju" t Mahiukd, On the 22d nil., by Itcv. Fletcher '[ Smith, Mrs. Amanda J. M.witin, daughter of |i Mr. S. and Mm. K. McUnlley, of Anderson, and i ii Mr. li. W. AJjIrn*, of iMBKcn.i. I "{ On the 25th ult., by lto*. J. It. Huimicutt, I u Mr. K. T. llaow.s to Miss M vuui v II. Cobb, all j y of I'ickens. ? On Sunday, tho 2~>th ult., by tho Hcv. Tt. 1'. () Franks, Capt. Joiin H. IIokf. to Mra. Mahtiia j K. ("i.ampkt, nil of Anderson district. ^ On the inn.uing of the 27th ult., by Hcv. 1$. Johnston, Mr. Samuki. II. Owkss to Miss Jask v Rmhinsox. both of Anderson village. Oil the 20th ult., by \V. .1. l\?rson?. l?sq., Mr. Adam Kvatt to Miss Aktkmissa A. Catkr, nil \ of I'ickcus. t)n tlio i!?Hh nil.. l>y Rev. K. llnnsemer. Mr. John II. Ki.knuikok to Miss Sophia 'Aki.uk, f both of l'ickciis District. I Administrator's Notico. I )KHSOXS indebted to 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. — 7 November 1857

1^ I lica tlie shivering vine; While dimly o'er the ilift:mt sens ' The f(i<ling lights of suiuunor shine. Alnnff the !..? ? ilm L Dorp summons on hid noondny horn, An?l homewurd troop the };irls uml bonus Prom husking of the corn. I tnintl mo woll tliat autumn tiny, Whoa live un'l twouty yours ago, We turned our labor into pliiv, Ami husked t lis corn for neighbor Lowe. | Ah! wife, WO wore the lilitlieM pair Thnt e'er to weddod lovo were \iorn, For I was Rfiy and you wore fnir, A husking of the corn. vn: now wo a<u?2 ami liow wo laughed ! Our hearts sat lightly on our lips, As we tho golden eider quailed. And passed tlic bowl with rusty quips. And when sly hiiii* ?>1* love went round. You glanced at ine with pouting v.'orn. Yet smiled, tlic>' you tain would frown, A husking of the coi n. Then when 1 found the scarlet ear. And claimed the old truditioiicd kiss, i >Mi mum me mil ;i| |>roiu'ii mo liiMI". Ami plenilo?l Iluit. ami plvndv<l this? Away you lleil, an&l...

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. — 14 November 1857

"TO THINK OWN SELF UK TUUE, AM) IT MUST FOT.I.OW, AS Till: NIGHT THE DAY, THOU CAN'ST NOT THEN 11K t'ALSH TO ANY MAN." 15V ROB'T. A. THOMPSON. PICKENS COURT HOI Si:, S. C. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1857. VOL. IX. NO* ' !$?. !~*.' m. * ' ? I., , ? ' M '' JrJ; ?ELEtoS"'E? My Ooar Old Home. - I onmo again to my denv ol<l homo* But years long ujnee IirU spoil, A Art 'nilcl Mioriiven locks of youth Lay m?ny u silvery Ibrcud; > " Tbo bounding stop >v<vs 'slow w4 sad. Tho sparkling cy<J grow dim, :,i And tho bird-uoto, ouco ao blithesome foil Liko the chimos of ft funcrut^hymii. I looked lor tho roof that nholtored ohcc The loved of ohjldhood'A hours ; I sought, for tho hearth-stone?upon it Jay A mound of gv'ws and flowers. Tlui bi ostd-itrnu'd onk vrhoiso Hheltoring Bhudi Wftf tho ccnti of out' merry play-A. moss-grown Ptiimp marked out tub spot That tolil of its e?d decay. I wrfndcJ-od down to the poplar spring, AjuA'drftiik from Its gushing stream* lluf thVdMu'ght had lost i...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 14 November 1857

KKOW jfg (Oil! IKK. ROB'T. A. THOMPSON, Editor. $ TERMS.?$1.1)0 per annum, in ftflvnnco. If [ payment bo <lolayo<i until Kllcr tlie expiration of ( tlie year, $2.00 For six months, 75 cent*, in w wtTAiire. j <|c aiiTurvisi'iaoiKf indium nr Ptio-irninpi mios, PICKENS C. If., S. C;: ;; ? Saturday Morning, November 14,1857. th tUtff' Attention is diroctcd to tlic various j?c now advertisements to l>o found in the- pros- ^ th ent number of this paper. \\ The Railroad. t,v We learn that Messrs. (?ko. Coi.vek ? f'o. or contractors at the Tunnol, have disposed of m< tlieir contract to Messrs. CIak.vktt. Hunter liu and others, of Virginia. The now cuntrno- w; tura aro rcliaMo and competent mou, ami he will push this important work forward with W renewed activity and vigor. The now con- rcl tractora will take ohargo of their work probably on Monduy next. JO' Tho Weather. Abundant rains have fallen within the past week. Since, it has been clear, pleasant uud frost v. w< co R...

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. — 14 November 1857

principles of policy ami expediency, wo? tl\o'citiiich soldiers*?never fought utih^-? from absolute necessity, but thou like tho d?1. (This luttcr word, wc modestly suggest, might have been approvingly nubstituted by another of oquul point and force.) His Kxccllency then complimented the officers and men upou their bcariug and aprienranfto. lTo vnrv ti?hnnrl? Uiiil *1mf litt find not coroc to sue them drill or to hnvo thoui drilled, but merely to sec bow well the work lind been executed at their company parades, llo was wurwly applauded, and, as far an we know, made a genorally favorable impression upon the peoplo. UNDJSUOttrtUKn ]{,\ii.nn vn Vni vi-a iv a Southk?y Latitudk.?Two underground railroad agents from " Way down I'Jast" wore coptuvcd in Sumter county, Ucorgift, last week ami lodged in jail. It seems that the scoundrels ha<l several interviews with frtino negroes nnd persuaded poutc of them to leave for freo-inggerdom, but one of the would-be''midnight emigrant* informed...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 14 November 1857

IPOCTIftV. I What's Trumps! Thorc nre so many cards t<> play j So many ways to chooso. In Lore aiul Politics and War; That forwarijnig our views Willi ladies fair, with statesmen wise, Or inert of lessor bumps. JJoforo wo lend our strongest suit, 'Tis well to know what's trumps. Oncc, worshipping at liQftnly's shrine, I knelt in bondage sweet. And breathed ray vows with engorncBP, And offered nt her foot My soul, well stored with Cupid's wealth? A love ceinentefl lump ; A king of diamonds won the trick ; My neari wan not h trump. Having to sec my rival win Upon & single, rub. As lio played fho denco with mo, I followed with a club. 1 Two days within a ?Ution lamsc Kcllccting on my sin, I found, as others may have done, Clubs very seldom win. Urown wise by sail experience, I ceased to deal with maids; I shuttled youthful follies off, And turned up Jack of spades. Vol still I find as (.lust is scarce, And smaller grow tho lumps, That though the Spado's nil honest card, Itia ...

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. — 21 November 1857

_ *- tt i ? * j ? ft r ^ ' '^~% . ' V ^ , ?? ? ~ ' TO THINK OWN SKLP BB TRUE, AND IT Ml'ST tfQLLOW; AS TI1B NUtHT Til K DAY, TIIOU CAN'ST N()T TIIKN BK FALSE TO ANY MAN." M itOK'T, A. THOMPSON. PICKENS COUllT HOUSE, S. C. SATURDAY, NOYHMHEli 21, 1857. VOL. IX. NO. 19, ftly^v l-M....-- - * IS iD IF?&TOY, f? w A v^st, unfuthumnlilc soa n ^ W.IhjsO ?li8tunt Khoros we oaunot ?co w l>iui, tcirr'tblo Ktpruity! u A coiiHtniit wWirving spirit str:' A path with aire nnd mirrow r. 11 Huch io our Uurdcueij lunnr.n lit' . 11 nftni* 1 - - 1 1 v y 1 """ ""'K P4UI years, al "Tho'toll go?'H on, tl^o doubts nml Fears; The earth ia heavy with our tears. V h O, gloomy uight! O, carc filled earth 1 li Hast thou no future to make worth sj The grief that waits us from our birlli? c None ! even in our bouI'h unrest l> We yearn even now to prove and test N i. The* God gift of eternal rest. tl T* it in vain? O, pityinf' find, J* Who through the santeoark way hns trod, Help us to gain Heaven's brig...

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. — 21 November 1857

JCBOWBB GO IT K I KH. ROB T. A. THOMPSON, Editor. TERMS.?$1.50 per nnnnm, in advance. If payment l?o deUyed until aftor the expiration of ! the you*, $2.00 For six months* 75 cents, in H(.lv(inec. Advertisement# inserted at the usual rnlen. I PICKENS C. II., S. C : | Saturday Morning:, November 21,1857. ] < Tunnel Hill. ] Mr. John C. Nevii.lb lifts been appointed , Postmaster at Tunnel Mill, in place of Mr. W. Pitcufokd, resigned. Almanac for 1858. ( "Wo lire indebted to Mr. 11. L. Brv.vn, of i Columbia, for a good old fashioned farmers ; j and planters Almanac for 1858, tho leaves of j < which are interlined with blank paper where- | ^ on remarks on tho woftthor, needing, <tc. may j he made. It contains a variety of useful in- ! ^ formation, with calculations for tho moridiau ! ( of Charleston. It is quite a rcltof to see the ( familiar face of this almanac, after the country has been deluged by the " patent tricks" of the quack doctors. For the benefit of the . : : i- n i...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 21 November 1857

Country 0irl?- p Mrs. Viotoria Fuller, in the Ohio Culti- li vntor, in a (sisterly way, thus talk? to coun- n try girls: The farmera' daughters are noon to be , the life br well an pride of the country?a e glorious* race of women which no other land can ?how. I sook not to flatter thorn?for, r before they can b6conic thia, they will hove WMIVO* VIWH51 VI UiJt; VI IWUKIIIUS. " 'rhcro nro some who depreciate their condition, and Homo who have a i'aJso pride in it, ? because they doninnd more consideration j than they merit. A want of intelligence < upen all subjects and of refined education is no more in a oountry than a town-bred Kirl, in this age of books and newspapers. y Many girls are discouraged because tliuy c cannot bo sent away from homo to boarding ? schools; but men of superior mindr* and c knowledge of the world would rather have for wiv<M women well and properly educat- 1 cd jit home. And thin education can bo 1 lind wherever tho desire is hot waiting.? J A taste fo...

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. — 21 November 1857

"iposnrav. Better Late than Never. I/ifo in a raro where Rom? kuceocd, While others uro Imgiimiug; 'Tit* luck, at times, ntotlim** apved, Tluit gives un early winiunjr. Hut if you ehanee to nlllbchtnd, NV'er alneken vour endeavor: iJ list keep this wholo&onie truth In mind? ' l is better Into than never. If you can keep ahead, 'tis well, tint never trip your neighl>or; 'Tis noble vrlnu yqti etrn excel By honest patient labor. Hut, if you are outstripped at hist, L'resa on a.s bold as over : Keuienihcr, though you are surpassed? 'Tis better Into than never. Ne'er labor for an idle boast OP victory o'er another ; Dub while you Ntrivo your uttermost, Den! fairly with a brother. AVImte'or your station, your he*t. Anil hohl vour |??irover : Ami if von fttil to beat the rest? 'Tis bettor Into than novcr. Choose well the path in which you run, Succeed hv novhi during ; Then, though the lant, whence oVuo 'tis won, Your crown in worth the wearing. Then novcr frot if left behind, Nor s...

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. — 28 November 1857

I " .'I-.' " - ' : .. . ^ ^ A . >< : ><!. ^ ^ ' ! ' ! '1 ? ? ~ " ?? "TO think OWN SELF UK TKUJ5, aS'D it must FOLLOW, as Till? nigiit tflk day, thou can'st not then HE FALSE TO anV man." t?i - V t i' ".J): , BY ItOB'T. A. THOMPSON.- PICKENS COURT HOUSE, S. C. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER ?8, 1857. VOL. IX.?NO. 20. roti T1J.B KKDWKB coinutn. To My Sfist^r Anna. Tlvou nvt gjonoHwcpt. Sister to tlint land, VJici< Aiigclnroam, mid consecrutp, iirid ?ing around it The throne ininiutubln, of God tbcir King! NYbcro winds fligli sweetly through tho golden streets? i* nero narp* of goUl tire strung with JoVc divine. And choral voicvM B^u.nl ln uulson To sing harmonious praises to ft God "Wlio reign* in lo^o and mercy most divine! Where cnr? and tvoubfts, 'oil and sorrow cease. And tcafs'of nng 'sb dried to How no more? Whcro crystal terd How through bcnutcoit; r valflif All blended with the varied rain-bow-th.ts, Where gloomy darhness has no plaeo to stay ; J-'or heaven is Unlit, aye on...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 28 November 1857

* KBOWEE COli I! I KI\. ROB'T. A. THOMPSON, Editor. HERMS.?$1.60 per annum, in advance. If payment be (lolnycd until nfler the expiration of he year, $2.00 l'or six months, To cents, in advance. Advertisements inserted nt tliensunl rules. pintpwc r< ir c / > . i it/nuii u v. a#) v* v? Saturday Morning, November 28,1857. "Winter Weather. During Inst week tho vronthor changed from a pleasant to a very decided winter temperature. Since, rain has fallen in moderate quantities, but it is still very cold. The frequent freoaes and unseasonable weather generally has retarded tho needing of wheat by our farmors. The mountains have been covered with snow, and we have tho foretaste, thus early, of another severe winter. Legislative Proceedings. The Legislature of South Carolina assem uicu in uoiumma on *uonaav last, ami procoedod to business. In the Senate, presentments of grand juries, petitions, memorials, etc. wore made. Mr. I'.m.mbr, of Fairfield, announced the death of Col. I'e.vv, ...

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. — 28 November 1857

From Washington. Washington, Nov. 10.-?I learn froiii nuthontic Bourccs that tho free State " party" in Ivansjw ore organizing a rcaistance, by force, to tho proviwional govevrtjntflU^or' nny government which may ho instituted, under the constitution framed py (fty^'on* htitutional Convention, rind <^iat tli'ey will not recognize that Constitution in^ry'vpy. They will not probably vote ifym the qucy nun Huoimiicci?to wit, constitution wit}* nnd constitution without nhiYcry'. The constitution will nevertheless be submittod to (CongrowJ and then will commence the Most serious agitation in tliat body nnd in the country, on this subject, that we halve ever yet experienced. On both sides nil appeal to forco in Kansad will perhaps bo made. Tho Administrati may take one sido or the other, if there be any Hide to the controversy whidh can be recognized iw the vicrht sido. Thn nriniK i? liliimuf ?o -T - , v,,v "i""; x%"t and how it will bo evaded is the <|uc?tion. * (Jov. Walker will 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. — 28 November 1857

SsilEOYIW Stray Thoughts. HY \V. SK \M.\S 11KAUK. Antnmn leaves nro dying l]i Drooping to tlie etu tli; V| Troublon* rinds are .-dulling O'er tliu corning dirth '' Of winter, cold and di'cnrj : "< oaune?s reigns o'er iujiui. Cold winilrf now are moaning Requiems o'er the dead ; ! P' Crumbling leaves seem groaning , \vc On their cheerless bed : ' wi Tito flower so gay?now weary? ] Dying, droops ii* head. 1 i!! No longer bear wo rlrtftlng, ; no Floating thro' tho nir, ! wc Joyous warblurs skiging? j vj( Frve from toil uml care? t Tlie songs of joy und gladness, 0 liver pure and fair- i su i an Aiiiumn iciivos, ilio- Uying, ^ To the btfurt,(lis|)lny Hopeful truths, voiviiig On the Spring's bright tlsiy, an When through clou'ls of tculncss, j tul Hursts the sun's pure ray. I (jo L - " ! an MMMH gMMN% _! t* Preciousncss of tho Scriptures- , fcil Lot lis bless our good Ciod that ho has j "*c sent us the Word nt' his Christ among us | in its light and in its genuine use; and, 01 acknowl...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 5 December 1857

' t ' # 4 !>f* . # "TO THINK OWN SELF UK TRl'E, ANt> IT MUST FOLLOW, AS THE NIGIIT THE DAY, THOU CANST NOT THEN HE FALSE TO ANY MAN." BY ROB'T. A. THOMPSON. PICKENS COURT HOUSE, S. C. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1857. ,VOL. IX. NO. 21. THE GOVERNOR'S MESSAGE. Executive Department, Nov. 2.'}, 1807. Fellow Citizens of the /Semite and House of Rcptc&entalivs: Assembling as you do for the public service from every election District in the Ktate, representing all professions and occupations, you bear with you, doubtless, a grateful sense of tl ) resent blessings on joyod by our uitizotfe, of health and bountiful harvests,and will cheerfully unite with nio in aspiratious of praise to the Almighty | Power, by whom alone they are bestowed. ! In view of all the circumstances by whieh we are surrounded, our people cannot have | too scrupulous a regard to individual intcg- j rity, nor can wo too strictly guard against , thu failings which pet uiiarly beset us, nssur- | e<t that a practi...

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

Federal Councils alio, so long as thos principles arc duly respcctcd in practice. KANSAS. Our friends in Kansas, who have struj; gled manfully to sustain an unequal con tost, arc entitled to our sympathy?'tis ?! wc have n right to offer. Notwithstanding the machinations of designing men there nnd tha perversions of power, whether in dividual or conventional, due to notion of expediency, I trust that just counsel will vet prevail and ultimately establish ii ..i in :?? . - - " " iii.ii/ utvuicu a urn wry u Nysicin or iiovoru yiont conducive to their true interests am the public welfare. MAINE AND CONNECTICUT. I transmit ccrtain resolutions from tin Stitcsof Maine and Connecticut, wliicl indieato the p-evailiug opinion of the L'jr islatures from wliicV t;?ey cminntc?so to tally at variance with our own. They pro test against tho late decision of the Su preine Court, in the ease of Scott vs. Sand ford. The politiod principles rccngnixci by the decision referred to, meet with tin sanctio...

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