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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 5 June 1858

.PardonsMitclic)I, coqrictod for nojrro ntcaliti?r, (it the lust Cpprt for Chester District, mid t?f?ntencod to be liun^ou the first Friday In June next, hnsbcoii pardoned by the (Jovernor. It is both aud more pleasant ty njiprobnte than comlrtnm the (iota of oflicials: and yet it is unfair, -perhaps, t<) do the lat- ; tor, without knowing all the nircUMstanccs, j as oar lOxccutivo in presumed to kbow tbcin, before aAixirtg his nanicr to a document which absolves it culprit from the punish? lueut of crime denounced by the la*'*, and awarded 83 merited .by a jury sworn to find according to evidcubo. " The clemency of the Governor is eo fhxpient, and apjwrcut' ly indiscriminate, that wo' cannot bold our] peace.. \Vq l^now his iSxcellnncy )s acUni- \ ted by a high senso of right?that he 1* eonsejentiolif; in til! lie does?tl/at no unworthy motive? dictate those too frirjuont interference with the salutary operations of the hiwsj. but ho should raincipbev that courts and juries are c...

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 June 1858

P Y. Dust. A QUAINT COMPOSITION". Dust no w?ro, wn?l du?t to be, Dust upon us, <lust about u.^, Dust on everything wo see, Dust willnn us, without us : 8aith the preacher, ?' Dust to <lust!" Lcl t tic 111 mingle, for they must. Dust wc rnii>o upon the rnrtd, Dusk we hientho in <1ineing-hnll: Dust infests our homo nhoilv, Dust, it ]?all, is over nil; 'Tis th<y housowife's daily tlvoml; Dust, tlio omblom of the ilenil! AVhcu the sky above is fair, Ami the sun upon us strcn~r. Flouts tlio dust throughout the air, ({learning iu its fallen beams ; Every mote is like a man, Dancing guily whilo ho can. Ere the tempest gathers strong. Mows nt times the warning gust, O'er the plain U sweeps along. Tempest's thrall, n oloutl of (lust. j.very mote is liKo u mini. Flying frotn Oppression's ran. Now the swollen clouds prow dark, Comes tho loug-expected 1lood, Fulling deluge-like nn<| httirk; Dust is beaten down to mud. So arc times when luonmust grovel, In the pulaco ns the hov...

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 June 1858

* : . |^ * , ' "TO TIJ1NE OWN SELF BB TRUE, AN1) IT MUST FOLLOW, AH THE NIGHT TUB DAY, THOU CAN'BT NOT THEN BE FALSE TO ANY MAN." nv ItOtt'T. A. T1TOMPSON. riCKExMS COURT HOUSE, S. C. SATURDAY, JUNE 12, 1858. VOL. IX. NO. <17. ?di(Lt??Y[EP lF>?irraY4 To My Wife I>y Jos. Drcntmn, an Irish cfcilo, who died in New Orleans, aged Iwcniy-ciglit years. Oomo to mt), dearest, I'm lonely without Mice; j l>ay-limo and night-time, I'm thinking about j thee, t Ni^ht-timc and duv-timo in dronmo i tllCC?I I Unweloomo the waking that eenscs (o fold thee. ; Come to mo, darling, my sorrows to lighten, i'ouie in thy beauty, to bless ami to brighten; Como in thy womanhood, meekly niul lowly, Come in thy lovingnoss, qucouly ami holy. Swallows will Hit round the desolnteruin, Tolling of Spring, and its joyous renewing; And thoughts of thy Ionc, mid its manifold treasure, Arc circling 1113* heart with a promise of pleas- | ure. I Oh, Spring of my spirit! oh, May of my bosom! Diuno out ou my so...

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 June 1858

KEO W KE COURIER. ItOBT. A. THOMPSON, Editor. ^ TERMS.?.$1.30 per annum, in n<lvnnoo. If payment ho iloluyctl unlit aftor>the expiration of the your, $2.00 For six months, 75 cents, in dvAnce. Advertisements Inserted >it tlio usiiul rales. PICKENS C. !(., S. C.: Satnrdny Morning, June 12, 1858. To Correspondents. " Veritas" has been received, and shall appear at our earliest convenience. Wo have been furnished with a manuscript ?opy of the proceedings of the Railroad meeting at Blairsville, Oa., but had already taken thorn from the Georgian. Wo failed to recoivo the proceedings of the previous meet ing altogether, lienco this explanation. The Cotirt of Equity, For tho fifth Circuit, is in session this week at Edgofiold, Chancellor AVauui aw presiding. T ho docket for that district contains ninety causes, besides petitions. Tho Court will convene at this placo ou Monday the5th day of July next. Death of an Aged Citizen. "Wo regret to learn that Mr. Sarufnt Orif riy, an aged ...

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 June 1858

War with England. "NVc find the following condensed report of the remarks of Gov. Hammond. We are very much pleased with tho spirit they breathe. There is no calamity thut could befall the country more disastrous in it.s consequences than war with England. It would come with stunning effcct upon the interests of the South. l)irectly and immediately it would reduce tho mice of our cotton, and injure every interest but that of the manufucturfcra j it would impoverish the Southern planter, and enrich the Northern manufacturer. Thus tho consequences would be an enormous national debt? a heavy inorease in the navy and army expenditures, most of which would continue after tho war ns preparations for future emergencies. Then the manufacturing interests that had sprung up during the war would he clamorous for protection, a? they were at the close of tho war of 1812. Tho great system of protection, that has r>vor since been an incutnbus upon the agricultural interests of the country, grew...

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 June 1858

The Harp of a Thousand Strings. Coiuq generous friends n little while, And listen to my song. And though my subjeot is very great, My story won't ln> long. I'm going to sing about the times, And several otlior things? We'll sing (ho words ami piny tlio tuno On u Harp of a Thousand Strings. Religion, Politics and Law, At e raping under par, As seen by microscopic ni<l, ^ In pulpit, forum, bar: A focus brought on either one, The same result still brings? I A human hoilig playing away On a llarp of ft Thousand Strings. The preachers don't as they used to do, In the good old days gone by ; They used to preach of souls of men, 'Till they made the women cry ; But they rend their sermons now-a-days, And tho choir strikes un ?a kimr.' And the folks can't join when tlu- tunc isplay'd On 11 llurp of a Thousand Strings. 'Die members don't as they used to do? Their zeal and love's grown cold ; They're thinking of the corn they've raised, And how to get more gold. And though tHo preacher r...

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 June 1858

"TO TIHKE OWN SELF UK TRUE, AND IT MUST FOIJ.OW, AS THS NIGHT T1IK DAY, THOU CAN'ST NOT THEN 15 E FALSE TO .VKY MAN." BY ROB'T, A. THOMPSON. PICKENS COURT IIOUSE, S. C. SATURDAY, JUNE 19, 1858. vni ,Y x?ft A* " _ j, iiKLEOTEld* IPOJSTIRLV* From the Southern Liternry Messenger. Songf of the South. BY W1LMA* OlI/XORE SIMH. ' ' . Oh ! tl?o South, tlio sunny, sunny South, Ldnd oftnic foelinj;. Inml forever mine; I driiilc the kisses of ln>v vr>??> And my heart swells as with adriuightoPwlne"; She bring* mo blessings of maternal loVo; I have Iter smile which hallows nil my toil; Her voice persuades, her gc.neroussiiiiles approve She sings me from Mie sky. anil from the soil! Oli! by her lonely frtnes, that wave ami slpli? Oh ! by her myriad flowers, thut bloom and fade? By all tlic thousand beauties of licr sky, And the. sweci Bolaco of her forest shade; She's mine?she's ever mine; ,,Kor will I aiight resign. Of what she give* me mortal or divine; Will sooner purl With life,.hop...

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 June 1858

KEOWEB COURIER,! tioii'T. a. THOJIPSON, Editor. TKH.MS.?-Sl.'V) per ntnntm, in advance. If payment bo delayed until after flic ex pi rut ion of tin yoiir, $2.00 For aix months, 70 cents, in advnncc. AdvertiaetnWiN inserted at the n?u?l riiten. 3=_ ~~ j PICKENS C. U., S. C.: Saturday Morning, June 19, 1858. To CorrespondentsThe coinmunio^tion of Capt. Wieiiens lms l)Coa receive 1, and ahull appear next week. It readied us to<j laio for this number. From Washington. The Federal Legislature adjourned on Monday last, the I Ith. Tlio Senate convened on the succeeding day to transact Executive business. The additional loan for the government of !?i I ">.000.000 \vn? iiullim-iwoil Tlin usual appropriation bills wore passed. The war fooling is not ho strong at Washington iiou- u< a' oilf last advices. Tlio danger of an immediate war, it is thought, has passed. Tho Weather, During tho first part of the week, it was j unusually cool for the season. Fires were comfortable. To-day (Fri...

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. — 19 June 1858

Gov. Cumming's Dispatch. I "Wo announced in ycsteid.iy's (Stmrilian j [ that jpOAOO was established in Utah, and ! published tlio President's Message making known the fact. Tlio Washington S/atcs publishes a pretty full abstract of the Governor's connnunidation to the Government, from which wo condouso the following interesting information. Gov. C. gives a graphic ami highly in- i tcrcsting description of-his journey, saying j that at every point he was recognized as the Governor of Utah, and received with military sulutcs; and the illuminations in honor of hin>, ho named through the canons, are described as being sublime and magnilicent in the highest degree. Having entered upon his Executive du. tics, and having heard of many complaints, ho caused a public notice to be given of his readiness to relieve tho.se who deemed thoinsclvcs aggrieved, by being illegally restrain icd of their libc'.MT, aud to assume tho protoction of ?!1 sucn persons. He kept his ofliec open at all hours...

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. — 19 June 1858

POST^Y. The Editor's Advisers. Says one, your subiccts arc loo grave, 'loo much morality vnn liave? Too tuuoh religion: Give ih some witch <>r wizard tulcs. Willi slip-sho'l jtIikmIv. with fins nnil scales, Or feathers like a pigeon. [ love to ro.nl. nnftther prion Those monstrous fnshionoblo lies? In oilier words those novols. Composed ofkftists, and t|ueens, nnd lords, Of border wars, and gothic hordes, That used to live in hovels. No -no, cries on<\ we've had enough or such confound .1 love-sick stuff, To craze the fair creation : <! ivo us some recent foreign news. Of Kussi.in. Turk, the lircek and Jews, Or any otlier nation. Another cries. I want more fun, \ ?;m.. - ...nj uutvviyiv VI 1*1111, A rebus or a riddle ; Some long for iiiifMioiinry news. Ami some, of worldly cnriiiil view*, Would like to hear a fiddle. Another cries, I want lu s i A jumbled up variety? Variety in all things ; A miscellaneous hodgc podgy print, Composed?only t" give the liinl? Of multifario...

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 June 1858

"TO TII1NE OWN SELF DE TIIUE, AND IT MUST FOLLOW, AS THE SIGHT THE DAY, THOU CAN'ST NOT 'I'llKN D6 FALSE TO ANY MAN." HY ROirr. A. THOMPSON. PICKENS COUllT HOUSE, S. C. SATURDAY, JUNE 2fl, 1858. Vftt. iy _ vn ' " "? 1 j'ji - .'.li! .?... j.w.. i il._ "..;?.J'|i?;i ; ,.iii<.i .i. i ?SLECTEE) POKTKV| Bonnets Qf all the charms clour woman wears, I Of nil her many trap* a u nrinren, I'm- real effect thevo's lit compaves 1 With n truly pretty bonnet; j Fpr when or vrhercTcr you chancc to meet I One that Sk perfectly modest nn<l neat, I Von may clupeml 'tin a proof complete xnai (lie i(?tU ims more in than ou it. No mutter whether she's pretty or not, How much or how little money she's got, Whether she lives in mansion or cot, 'Tis a fact, depend upon it; The woman to mnko u man happy thro' life, To nnlke ft model mother, end wife, la one who, scorning this milliner strife, Weill's n i>lnin ami tasteful bonnet. Now ft honnot of genuine beauty and grace, Worn on the head in its pr...

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. — 26 June 1858

KEOWEE COURIER. ROB'T. A. THOMPSON, Editor. TKllMS.?per nmmm. in Advance. If )>\vmont be delayed until nflor thcospirutionof , tho year, $2.00 For six months, 75 ccntu, in . advance. AflvertifPinonts inserted nt (he rates. PICKENS ('. S, S. C.: Saturday Morning, June 26, 1858. To Correspondents. Tito communication <?t "Oapt. Clmw"oomo to hand to late for this issue. When wo have read it, wo will bo better able to determine how it should bo disposed of. Wo have admitted into this number, as advertisements, two communications of a per- | nonui nature. Such a discussion should not be commenced in our column!! on any tcrmst hut, where it is precipitated hy others, wo shall, under certain restrictions, sec that fair play is meted out to the parties. The Court of Equity, For Pickens district, will conveuo at this plaoc on Saleday next, the 5th of July. The business of the term is not heavy, and is in a tolcrablo state of preparation. Parties interested should bear tlio day in mind, ...

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. — 26 June 1858

The Floods. Illinois.?The Hock ford (Illinois') He<:inter states that Hock river arid its tributaries have been swollen to an extraordinary flood by the recent rains. Bridges have been swept away, live stock carried off a.id drowned, and families, in some cases, ros? i - V.WW1 iiiu bcvuuu tnory WVDUOWS. Tub Wkstktin HivkrS.?A curious) state of things exists just below Illinois.? Precisely opposite the mouth of the Mis- j Bouri, tlic river has been running with such force against the bank as to cut deeply into , it, and broak much of it away, for sonic , years past, causing the apprehension that ; at some ti 1110 or other, a new channel would bo formed for the Mississippi, which would consequently bo diverted from its present channel. The event has occurred, to a certain extent; and the water will doubtless ' fiud a passage again to the Mississippi, and cut a deep and permanent channel below ! Alton. The upper Mississippi was swelling nil the way down?hog* were drowning, people di...

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 June 1858

VABJKnr. Thundor. I'.rontlio* thcro i\ man, with soul no deu<l, WIvp novor to hiniAclf has sai<l, AYheu ho liutli heedless hit his head. ' Thunder!" Or who, wlion shaving in morning cold, Hntti gaulicd his chin with razor ohl. And could this powerful word withhold, " Thunder 1" Or w<k<i on ice, or slippery stones, llath faileu and jarred liis * crazy bono," And nut oxcluinicd, with angry tone, " Thunder!" "When one's suspenders give way, Whilst dancing h >vitn ladies gay, Where Ss the mim v dp but say, i uumicr . ' 'Tis n convenient interjection, To use nt no Wit of lost alcclion, Dcpendiug on f. party question, " Thunder!" Or when one's notes or bills full due, And banks tire hard, aiul won't renew, In Haying this ther;':; comfort true, " Thunder!" Or when one's bent on writing rhymes, And tries in vain a hundred times. llow well tliis word with any chimes, " Thunder!" In ..short, when things have gone past bearing. All into shreds one's putionce tearing, Pay this?'t...

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 July 1858

"TO THINE OWN SELF HE TRUE, AND IT MUST FOLLOW, AS THE NIGHT TUB DAY, THOU CAN\ST NOT THEN HE FALSI! TO ANY MAN." BY ROB'T. A. THOMPSON. PICKENS COURT HOUSE, S. C. SATURDAY, JULY 3, 1858. VOL. IX. ^LEOYEE) ipoxrrav* "Ottr Native Land " From Kast to West, from North to South, how beautifully grand, * In mountain* high, In rivers vast, is this, our native lnnd ; a--?- -11? ?--? ?t ...... vicij viiiiiv Mini milii can WISH \1])0II US Roil is found, From splcvSouth where r.ephyra sport, toNorthoru ice berg's bound. Here Freedom chose her dwelling place, at id Piety lins rnis'od Iljcr altars, (varied tho* tlicy be) tlint God by nil be pfrtiri'd, No monarch here or suinptuonslord invades the poor nt will, For Liberty protects us all, and guards the soil we till. From Fast to West, from North to South, whercver rolls a wave, Our siiips convey the ample store< our latest bur vests gave, And (blinders loud the main awake, or still the distant sea. AY here ?hi|>? of wfin our Starry Flag ...

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 July 1858

KEOWEE COTlUERj ROB'T. A. THOMPSON, Editor. TUHM8.?$!.'??) per :iimuin. in ailvuiiue. If payment, ho tlolnyc'l until :?I'te?* (lie expimlion of the yotir, ?-_'.0() For mix months, 75 cent*, in (ulvuncc. Advertisement-* inserted at the usual rales. PICKENS C. II., S. C.: Saturday Morning, July 3, 1858. To Corrc?pomlent3v The communication of " A Voter," giving : his views on the propriety of grunting further < 8tuto aid, at present, to tin* 151uc Ridgo Uailroad, shall appear next week ; aceompaniod with un antidote, if, after mature eonsideru- j tiou, its application may be thought nccessftry. j Our (leorge's creek friend is ndmissableon | any subject he may please to select. Such ( articles as you refer to, (urging the claims of any man for office) appear as communications, but are charged for as advertisements. Wo congratulate. " Young Womanhood'' ou tho enlistment in this behalf of so gallant a champion as "Cupt. Chaw." llis urticlo may bo found on our first page. Although . it...

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 July 1858

der the inspection, nnd will be kept by Col. j F. A. Hoke, n.s the elegant and obliging i landlord of the American Hotel. They hrtve line bands of music engaged, and there will be nothing wanting to render this one of the most eligible hotels in the United States. 1 make no doubt hut. that a liberal travelling public will give these Bpriuga a good run this summer. It. <J. Andbkw P. Calhoun.?The nrnuo of this gentleman is being suggested by many of the press of South Carolina for tl?o next Govonor of that State. We have known j Mr. C. long, and we believe, well, lie is ' possessed of all the requisite qualities which we consider essential to fit a man to rule ; over the State. The early portion of his; life was speut in agricultural pursuits in | the cancbrake portion of Alabama; but} since the death of his fntliov lir? ? ? ? turned to and boon a resident of his native State, where he is reclaiming and cultiva-! ting the soil that first knew him. lie has j wo believe, never aspire...

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 July 1858

TOEfiftV. Tho Whistle. IJV AOIIF.nT STORY. ' You have h ril," snM a youth to hi* sweetheart wan stood. While he sat on a eorn-.sheaf at daylight's decline. " Vou have 11 can I of the Dmii.-'li boy's whistle of | wood? 1 wish (lint the Danish lion's whistle were ininc J" "Ami what would you ih> with it? Tell me," j she said, While an'arch smile played over her beautiftil faeo. ' 1 would blow it," he answered, "and then my fair maid Would fly to my side, and would here take her j place." Is that all you wish it for? T!?a.l niav be ' yours Without any inngie," the fair maiden cric<l; " A favor so slight one's gooil nature secures !" And she playfully seated h elf by his side. 'I would blow it again," said the youth, "and the charm Would work so, that not even Modesty's cheek Would be ahlc to keep from my neck your tine arm!" Sho smiled, and she laid her fine arm round his neck. " Yet ouco more would I blow, and the music divine uouui oring me, tuc tnirti time, an exquisite i blis...

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 July 1858

?? . ri-iTTni n i r. . j i ~ ? i r muii ~i ~ '*"Z V- * ' " "** u'ul""1' "TO THINK OWN SELF B? TRUE, AN1) IT MUST FOLLOW, AS THE NICJIIT THE DAY; THOU CAN ST NOT 1I11.N BE FALSE TO Ah\ MAX. ^ BY JlOirT. A. THOMPSON. PICKENS COURT HOUSE, S. C. SATURDAY, JULY 10, 1858. * 0Ii* !L1L. 111 . . . . 1 ^<7?n r?j ***- - ? s>t?,iL.i&<yYl?P IFOIEYIRY, | Hymn of tho SeasonsThe heavenly spheres tothec, 0 God, Attune their evening hymn ; All-wise, all-holy, thou are praiseil In song of seraphim. Unnumbered systems, suns, and worlds Unite to worship Tlioc; "\Vliilo Thy majestic greatness fills Space, time, eternity. Nature, a temple worthy Tlioo, Meatus vritli Thy ligbt and love ; Whose tlowcrsso sweetly bloom below, Whoso stars rejoice Above; Whoso altars are ibe mountain cliffs That rise along the shore ; Whose anthems the sublime Record Of storm and ocean-roar. Her soup of gratitude is sung Hy Spring's awakening hours ucr Kiiinmot* oners nt thy shriuo Ith earliest, loveliest flowers ...

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 July 1858

KEOWBE CO U1U Eld ROBT. A. THOMPSON, Editor. TKUMS.?$1.50 per annum, in a<lvanoo. If | payment be ch'lnyp?l until after the exnirntion of i tho year, $2.00 For *ix moutU.s, 75 cents, in n<tvanee. Advertisements inserted at the usual rates. j PICKENS C. II., S. C.: ; Saturday Morning1, July 10, 1858. Congressional Favors. Wo arc hulcl>to<l to Col. 1>onuav, of South Carolina, and Senator Douglas, of Illinois, for public documents. Early Cotton Blooms. Two of our citizens?Messrs. Moore and 11 ugu es?have presented us with the first cot' ton bloouis wo have seen this season. They oponcd on Saturday last, the 3d instant. Tho Court of Equity. This Court rmivi?noil at t!ii? i?ln<?n nn M.m- I ? 1'",vw v" day last, Chancellor F. II. Wardi-aw presiv\inj^. f?overnl stoutly litigated eases were heard, aiul much matter of course business disposed of. Tho Court adjourned Wednesday afternoon, without clearing the dockets, although dispatching all the causes ready for trial. The b...

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