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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 14 August 1858

^ ~ n|- -* ; ' ' 1 I - - 1 I ' ' . ""' ' |" I *,' m'. ,., ^.'1? ' ' ' ' '.^--* W "TO THINE OWN SELF JJE Til I'M, AND IT ML'ST FOLLOW, AS Tin: NKillT T! IB TUY, TIIOl) CANST NOT TIIKN BK FALSE TO A >Y MAN." BY ROB'T. A. THOMPSON. PICKENS C0U11T HOUSE, S. C. SATURDAY, AUGUST 14, 1858. VOL. X. NO. 4. ^(ELEOTIe'E) POEffcVw There's no such Thing as DeathI " Thero'sno such Ihiu^ us dcutli," I To those wlio think aright ; t 'Tis hut the racer easting olT What most impedes his Might; "JL'ts but one 1 itiio act, l/iics (It'iumi miict contnil ; One struggle koeoor limn the real, Ami then nil end of pnin. ? Tlicro's no such thing ns death Tliut which is thus nilsenlled, Is life escaping from the elm ins 'flint hove 90 long enthralled; 'Tis n once hidden slur. I'iercing through < lie ni^lit. To shine in gontle radiance forth Amid its kindred light. J "There's no such tiling as dcalh In nature, nothing <lies ! From each sail remnant of decay Some forms of life arise. ? The lurid leaf tl...

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. — 14 August 1858

KBOWEK CjgtJMgL ROBT. A. THOMPSON, Editor. TKIIMS.?$l.ftO per nntiuin, in ntlvniipc. If pnymont >?c delayed until after (lit* expiration of the ycur, $2.00 For six montlitt, 70 cents, in advnnco. Advertisement* inserted nt tlie imiml rates. riCKENS C. H., S. C.: Saturday Morning, August 14, 1858. K.ar Post Office. A now post office, named "White llill," lias been established in this district: niul.Mr. i IJiki> Pt'l.l.KN appointed Postmaster. He , will accept our thanks for forwarding the | names of several new subscribers. New Cotton Mr. Joki. Valhiian, of this district, band- j ed us on Tuesday last a boll of cotton, which j opened 011 the 1th instant. This is early, we believe, for this section of country. Revivals"We learn that large ami interesting protracted meetings have been bold in the District by the Baptist denomination, at which moat gracious out-pourings of the divine spir. | it have been manifest. Large additions hare been made to the churches at Knon, Pleasant ' ...

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 August 1858

order ofWicstly leaders, which consigned thorn to%v^h a inodp of life. The writer paid a visit to llrigham Young's " harem," which hod been removed to Provo. Of this visit lie remarks : Suuli' glanepB fts T obtained showed me that Hrigham js a mail of some taste, and *1?.f l.w i!. . . .... v ..... II1U ^cunilil v IIIIU iookiiijj; i women?some of them, indeed, quite pretty, j und all of them, so fur as I could judgo, i intelligent. 1 supposed 1 saw in the "shun-1 ty" quarters some thirty women, hut whether they wero all of them wives of the prophet, or whether these constituted his entire household, of course 1 mn not informed. The general impression here seems to be t hat, lio 11hi ? , ..vu.tJ <JI ijiiiiv IH^V WIVWJ. lie only claims to have forty oliildron living, having had forty -seven altogether.? This, doubtless, is the highest figure ho can claim, as tho "Saints" consider a largo number of children a subject of pride and boast. These wives are all their own ser vim is, mm ui...

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. — 14 August 1858

(poiriw. X*=^5^r.~_ The Hour of Love. ity myr.v myhtli;. It in the hour when the pnle moon glow*. Ami starj ht\n>r out tliuh'lamps on high; Whcil the nil- is xooiitr.l l?v tlu> rnnv And dew falls lightly from the sky: This is tho hour that maidens lovo: And lovers pri/.c the time us well; When nightingales sing in the grove. And gently opes night's pale blue-bell. At this sweet hour I'o.ul lovers' vows Are softly whispered, glndly heard; No zephyr nestles 'mong the honoris To drown tho faintly whispered \. ' But gentle winds and waters, near, Join in soft cadence with tlie sound,? \\'\ Ho ir.ii-tii' fillv: f !w? 1 i?f r%\% % > #?.?% " " ""v "*v v.?w , And gayer makes their young hearts bound. Each gentle flower is wet with dew; Kncli star shines brightly in the sky ; Tim wave displays ft dctpcr blue, And gentle night-winds only sigh ; In yon bright dome the Hour obscure Shines with a mild and borrowed light ; And maidens' hearts can best endure To hear love-vows by soft moo...

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 August 1858

- - -- -- " r'rrrZ"^~[ T* -*; "T "" " ~,*r" * '""" " 4 - r' 1 yv 3$: \'V&, A*'* ' ^^3a>uv? . ?.?>- '"''- V r^' ;,v*v.' ' *>-?. ! . / ':' ' ' "TO THINE OWN SELF BE Til UK, AND IT MUST FOLLOW, AS TtlK NIGHT THE DAY, THOU CAN'ST NOT THEN BE FALSE TO ANY MAN." BY ROB'T. A. THOMPSON. PICKENS COURT HOUSE, S. C. SATURDAY, AUGUST 81, 1858. VOL. X. NO. 5. SlKOTItb" POKVR*. From tlie N. Y. Courier nnd Knqillrur. Hymn of the Atlantic Cabl* I???, Science, l>ow tii^- head in nv.e, With lightning chnm in hand, ! JJc still, n? through the oceun'8 depths, Thou biudest land to land I ' <hi hast wrought a miracle, to (he Son of <?od ; Thou ivalkest down on sen's dark floor, High on its waves Ho trod ; lie holds the lightning in the cloud, And thou within the wave, And wind ami wave, which yield to Hint, Thou hast hud power to brave ; Then tremble tliou before thyself, .So near Uud akin, That to thy hand llis power conies, And ueeniH to dwell therein ; A tiil I.-J li - i .. . -.....

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 21 August 1858

KEOWEB CPURI Ml!. ROB T. A. THOMPSON, Editor. TKltMS.?$1.50 per annum; in advance. If payment he delayed until after the expiration of j the year, $2.00 For six months, 76 fonts, in j advance. AdvertinomontH inserted nt rnc usual rntcs. | PICKENS C. II., S. C.: Saturday Morning, August 21, 1858. Smithsonian Institute. Wo nro indohtod to Col. Okk for a report of the Smithsonian Institute for lJSoT, for which he will accept om- thanks. Down The middle arch, which supports the upper bridge over Ivcoweo river at this place, has fallen, as we anticipated it would. Wo mcu- | tion tho fact to warn tiio public of its unsafe | condition. Tlic bridge still stands but we | regard the crossing it as a very dangerous j experiment, especially with heavily freighted vehicles. Tho ford, below the bridge, is in good passable condition. The Commissioners of lloads, as will l>e j Been by reference to our advertising columns, i 1 4? I ..1 ..f ll- ll luii v litRtuu uiiur^f ui mu immur. Gold. Wo learn...

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. — 21 August 1858

oiairUARv. ! Dikd, in Itnbun county, On., on tliu 21st of July, Augustus Napoi.kon, son of H. A. II. uiul Catherine T,(JlbJOh, ngod one yeur, eight motif 1m and flltccn days. His little l????ly "sleeps tlmt ' slcop which knows no waking" until the Inst j trump of Hod slmll sound. His juiro spirit luis ' winged its flight to tliut "house not mmln with hands, dornnl in the Heavens" It has gono to j V/iin who wild, "Suffer little children to come ! unto inc. for of sueli is tlie kiof heaven." ! That durling Mower thut we loved so well 1ms I finleil ouciirth, to bloom in the celestial garden of 1'nrndisc?no more on enrth will his littlo j bright eyes meet our ga/.e. "Never moro will greet our ear, Tones so sweet ?s his nnd dear, Is'o'er will rise that echo more vi ins looltnll on tlie lloor." Hul he's safe within a blissful land AYhcrc sweet wafers Mow : And wnud'ring o'er the golden sand A song he's singing now. In heaven a raoBMt jilnce was found An empty crown was lying there; Were 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. — 21 August 1858

ff FpETBgy. fg It Isn't All in Bringing Up l M It isn't nil iti bringing up," f t bo! folks say what liicy will, I M To silver-scour n pevter cup? f ? It will bo pewter still. ffl'on lie of ol.l, \vi.?o Solomon, Who H.iid train up a child, If I mistake not. had a ."on Proved rattle-brained nnd wild. A man of mark, who fain would pays For lord of sea nnd land, May leave tho training of a son, And bring him up full grand ; Mnv trive hiin all the wealth of lovo. Of college and of school, Tut after fill, ni?y mnko no inoro Than just a decent fool. Another raided by Penury, Upon her hitter bread, Whose road to knowledge is like that, The good to Heaven must tread, lie's got a spark of Nature's fire, He'll fan it to a flame, Till in itk burning letter? bright The world may read his name. If it wore till in " hrinuintt up," In counsel and restraint, fc?oinc rascals had boon honest men? I'd heon myself a saint. O! it isn't all in bringing up, I,et folkssav what ihcy will; Ncj^lcrt inay dim ...

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 August 1858

. ..? . ... ???.. " 1 wnan ' ' "TO THINK OWN SKLF UK Til UK, AND IT MUST FOLLOW, AS TIIK NIU.1IT TIIK DAY, TliOU VAX'ST NOT TIIKX IM-. F.M.8K TO ANY MAN." BY ROB'T. A. THOMPSON. PICKENS COURT HOUSE, S. C. SATURDAY, AUGUST 28, Vi6$. VOL. \ NO. (>. SPEECH OF HON. JAMES L. ORE, | Delivered at Craytonville, ?S. C.t on Thursday . the 12th of August, 18f>8. i My Friends : The warm and generous ( tribute you pay mo to day is the greatest | triumph of my life. My heart is touched , with the deepest emotions of gratitude for such manifestations of friendship from yon, thoconnittnions of mvhiivbond. f nm ??!>?. ding to-day upon the soil that gave me birth surrounded by the friends of early youth? surrounded by the friends of my venerated parents?those who have known *nc longest and who have known tuo bos ; and to be esteemed by you worthy of such an ovation as greets me is indeed the highest lionT 1 * " 1 ' or a naw ever won. i can una no Infi^uage that will truly tell you how profou...

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. — 28 August 1858

tlio Republican cnnip ; but his Into speeches in Illinois show tliat lie is combating with nil bis energy ami his great talents the dangerous doetrines of the Republicans, and I now believe that it is his pnrposotu return to the Democratic fold, lie will find that " confidence is a plant of slow .growth," ! I 1I..1 !-!_ ? Ml - > uuu uiiti ins uucrution win cosi mm many ' voars of faithful service before ho is rein- ; stated in the hi^h position from which ho bo suddenly ond unexpectedly descended, j All my sympathies, however, are with liini in his contest with Lincoln. I would : infinitely prefer to sec Douglas a Senator rat her than Lincoln, his opponent, who pro- ; t i i .? ? " claims ino equality ot the negro with tlio white man, nixl who avows his purpose to overthrow the Supreme Court of the I'liited States, because the Dred Scott decision is distasteful to him. Hut to return to tlic Democratic party. I lave T exaggerated its services in defence of tho Constitution and the ...

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 August 1858

On Thursday morning, about a quarter j to 8 o'clock, our citizens wore aroused from their idutnbcm by tbc cry of fire and the ringing of belln, and to tbeir utter dismay found the ftiof of the Court House in a blaze. It WiUf Homo time before many bad reached the scone of destruction, ami by j tint tunc the devouring element had so progressed that none would venture in tho j second story to endeavor to rescue the | court records, valuable papers, itc., and : then, too, there were no 1 dders or water I at hand ; in one hour the entire fabric and contents were a mass of ruins. The loss is ! diflicult to estimate at this writing, (wo ' write on Thursday noon.) hut nOthim?short r f O of$100,000 will approximate to thcuiuouut. A You no Lady Pkaoiikao.?A Miss Bravo has been presented with a free paw j of indefinite duration, over one of the I'enfjylvunia railroads. Being nt home alone, she saw that a tree had fallen on a curve or the road on the opposite side of the rivc>, nnd that the ...

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 August 1858

^SLEOTESDlPbEiraVl'roiu tho IMiiiburgh Magazine lov August, 1KO0. Washington. 'Aniiil tli" increase of a world'* applause, That hallo the Champion of liif Country's caua<;, Hy virtue's loirs otnh.ilme I to merit just, Thy relies, Wasiiiniiton. return to dust ? Hut not to Death's oblivion shitde returns That initfhtysoul. whoso (light theCountry mourns Where PreedtMii's Sons beneath yon western sky, Itoao nn 1 resolved to oonquur or to ilie? When furious Kuropo shudder'd us she viow'd, Two kindred hosts with kindred Mood imbu'd- : l ull in the van, thy mighty Arm rovenl'd Its f >f?-nt foroo, nnd cominest held tho field? ! When 1"! ! inanity nnd sorrow stood, While wiir'b >. ild vengeance Ijour'd the crimson i Mood. . j Thine wns the task, 'midst ranks with terror ! lin'd, i Ti> Mom 1 (lie feeling with ih<- noble mind. 'Mill scenes of havoc mid devouring flume. No brutal carnage Htain'd thy glorious name, .No voice of misery in vain itnplov'd The need of inerey from thy...

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. — 4 September 1858

A l? IJJ W Lb Lb I#1 Ik? HU LTJ U i JU a 'TO THINK OWN SELF BE TItUE, AND IT MUST FOLLOW, AS THE NlOIlT THE DAV. TUOO CAN'ST NOT Til FN* 1JF FALSE TO ANY MAN." BY ROB'T. A. THOMPSON. PICKENS COURT HOUSE, S. C. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1858. V0L* x- x0- 71 ' 1 l'?.ll? ? _ mjL&ofm iroEYwv, Tho Mother's Dream. MY Ml*8 A. 8. O. 'TvtftJ! night; a hush like Mint of (tenth lny on The world, untl btillcl tlib wild, tumultuous 'I'ttrobbingH of its mighty hotill. On a low couch, Wtlhltt * dimly lighted upper cliuinl)cr, An infant hoy tossed nttd moaned restlessly In Covered sleep. The cool night wind, laden >Yitb perfumes from the gftrden, stole through the Open casement 1? kins his check, niitl linger lnsofl dalliance Willi the golden curls, jjut tjnxtglit tin cooling lbr the fever rnging In hta voins. Hcside Il.o litllo lied, with clasped Hands, mill Tuck nil pnlo with agony, tlio Mother kr.olt, mill prtiycd with earnest voice and Quivering "Goil spur? my child?" The night Waned tilowl...

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. — 4 September 1858

KEO WEE CMKllf ROBT. A. THOMPSON, Editor. TKRMS.?$l.r>0 per nnnuin. In advance. If ! payment lio delayed until after the expiration of no year, $>u.w tor su mounts, 10 ccms, in Mivunec. Advertisement* inserted a. tlie usual rales. PICKENS C. II., S. C.: Saturday Morning, September 4, 1858. The Union Meeting. A union mooting, of tlie different ilcnomi nations on 'Uristiiinv,commenced nt this plnco on Thursday of last week, nnd terminated on Sunday evening. The minister* labored with xeal, and wore attentively listened to by largo and interested audicnces. District Matters. The season for fodder gathering is nt hand. The dry warm w athor has fired the coi n until the blades aro well nigh valueless. The .irt-., ?tn i... .... I ?.V|, ..... ...jr uu .... .wvxigv VMIU. | The weather continues dry. Alter :i few cool nights, the weather is again warm. TiikDekr.?In Home sections of tho District , the deer are dying rapidly, from black tongue as it is supposed. Their flesh proves (Intal...

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. — 4 September 1858

pern, (lied suddenly, in tho neighborhood of Ducktown, ft week or two sinee. Poor Sut! After having innumerable encounters mid conflicts with man and beast?been shot several times, and consumed " Husthcad" enough to run an over-shot mill for forty days and nights, died ignobly at last from a blow inflicted wit.1i tbr? fic? ..f <? f..i_ low-man.?Athens (Trimester) linnner. Consignooa at Anderson Dopot, Pan vtkkk ENDi.s'd atovrtBO. Brown it McCicca, -I I) Jordan, \V E Walters, r 11 Hawkins, Slielor & S, Sullivan it S. .1 11 Sitton; Ilumliird, II tt Co, Benson it J, Allen <t C. (lots Seaborn, .T W Crawford, W C Bow ley, II K Havenoll, MeUco A T, llrown. V 4, Co, If Towers, M It llunnieutt, B F & T S Cravton. K B Benson it Son. C (' T-anc ston, US Porclior, DQuinscy, W II D (witl1'inl, Smith <fc Clark. M Doun. W A Jones, J Hunter. K K Alexander, II L Joffors, Dondy & I', A 0 Xorrirt & Co, 1 > Himrod, 1) Konno, W 8 It lack. Wliltner & O. Cj II KovIht, .) A...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 4 September 1858

! Stray Thought#. I lovo llio bright mid cheerful sky, Tho woodbind's shady doll, Tlio tow'ring moutil nml rocky clitf The dark, deserted cell. I love u lmhl ami fearless liourt, A breast (hat's free from guile. tne merry laugn?uiu greater mr, I love trut friendship s smilo. T love the onenn'a heaving breast, Its sparkling, dashing foam; The gentle spring, whoso crystal tears Do mark the streamlet' liotuo. I loved llieni all?but give to mo A /riband steadfast hand; An Ao/ic.tf heart, whoso every pulso Cements pure friendship's baud. I love n friend?yes?truly, where Doceil 1ms uo'er hecu known. Where whispei'd words of hallowed truth, | 1< rent ho accents nil their own. A friend! tho glow that melts tho ho tut To deeds of untold love. And leads its sister spirit on To joy and peace above. mBQ'&LU\K\Y, Corn-Growing among the Aborigines i ' Indian corn, tho staple, product and the ! prido of America,'' luid never hoon seen by ! tho Pilgrim Fathers until after their arrival ! in ...

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. — 11 September 1858

"TO TIUNK OWN SKI P BV. TllUE, AND IT MUST FOLLOW, AS TIIK NIGHT THE IMY. THOU (W.VST NOT TilKN III'. I-AI.RK TO ANY MAN " BY IIOH'T. A. THOMPSON. PICKENS COURT HOUSE, S. C. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1858. VOL. X. M>. 8. SlEiLEOTEID iporrev, tr -_: .. . ; : : _ . " v. *..* rz^i My Life is Like tho Summer Rose. WII.KK. My lifo is like tlie MimmeY rone, Tlmt opttts t<? the morning skv, Hut ere the ithiulert of evening elope, Is fcnttcral on the ground to die. v..? *!...< i.'-.i The Nweetest dews of night !ire shed, As if ?!n? wc\it mtch waste Jo sec; Jlut none shull tcecp a (far for mo. T.APY. The dews of night limy full from lionvcn I'pon (lie withered rose's hot], Ami tears offon<l regret be given Tn mourn the YirtiieK Of tlio <loi\?l. Yet morning'* ?nn the dews will dry Anil tenra will fndn 1'rcm sorrow's eye, Affection's pmtgs be lulled to sleep, A..-I ? ? - - JIUUV1VII1V1U iurgi'1 ill icccp. v.n.nr. i My life is like the autumn's loaf. That trembles in the iiiooh'h j...

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. — 11 September 1858

KKOWKK COUJtlg ROB'T. A. THOMPSON, Editor. TKltMS.?$1.60 por annum. in ndvnneo. If toUymout l>c tl(jlnye<l until nftortlie expiration of tl?o jcur, S'2.0^ For !?ix months, 7o couts, in AdrortUomonts inserted nt the usual rules. PICKENS C. II., S. C.: Saturday Morning, September 11, 1858. Land for Sale Triin attftntinn of Iniwl liiivovu ?c ~~j , .v.. W tho various ^droi tiscmonta in our columns for the snlo o? valuahlo Lands. Thoro arc other noticos therein of public interest. New Post Ofilce. A now post office ban been established at Heady Mountain, in North Carolina, Mr. W. 1). ItouRRs bos boon appointed Post Master. Favors. Wa nrn At- IT.. -r T ? v iumvi/vvca w i>A ( i Lr<-^ I r>i\) uv U UVillO" hoc Valley, for somo very tino peaches. llo will please ncccpt our thanks for the same. Mr. L. Capeueart has also favoroil us with n liberal "mess ofbeans," of a now variety. They are called " Cabbage Bonus aro prolific, of a beautiful goldeu color, and pleasant to the palat...

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. — 11 September 1858

The Battle-Fields of our Stato. Wo make the following oxtract from an cditoriul in tho Luiictister Ledger : " History has never done justice to tho engagement at Uuford'a battle-ground? lias in fact givon it a wrong location, and it roiuaius for us?for this generation?to give it the notoriety anil importance that it doservos. This subject we alluded to sonic months back, and asked any or all persons who had any traditionary knowledge of this fight, or of any circumstances connected therewith, or of any revolutionary incident founded in our district, to contribute this Vriiiiwlp.r1<n'? for fVift Imnnfl* I .vy VI.W MVIIVyllV Ji IIIUII IICIj?IK~ bora and of their country's history. No one has yet responded to our call, yet wo arc convinced that there is unpublished reminiscence hero ; those in possession of it inny regard it as hoing of but little couseqiioncc, and in this way much has already been lost. From this fceliug of careless indifference, enough incidents, founded in our St...

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. — 11 September 1858

ipokvwv. K roii i I ho S??ui!i C'ncbliuiuii. Go for the Right, Whatever Betide)IV Wl M. MVHTIN. Though Ito.mty cnticc tron With Iitii|fhti?i-and xmilo.*, An ! ."iriTc i" cii.?nuroyou Willi cliftriiHM mi'l with wilcs^ Oli! puss I hem liv lightly, Plivir powors dci i'li!, Ami' g?> t?>i" ilic U'lmtcvor lii'i Mo. Though wealth limy nlluro ym Willi ilimtiotvl* nii<l ;r?M, Tliv sirt'Hglh nl'yotir manhooiF Mil*! nrvcr hr *ohl:; Riil riches nviiuiit yc. ?? nil |Mi\r?r aim |nmc, \ml j?o for tlie ri){lil, Wliutewr lictliln. Though |iowof o|>p?sc you Willi ?ir?'i?;zlli nml with might, '')'i ! litVf !? ili^liWii'leiiPil Though hurt! Ir> tho ; f')|i; Hover ho doiii|imL N">r c'or luviivl nsifW.', Hni giv for the right, \\ lintovor betido. In nrvliircK of glory. Your tvime ho (Mirolh'fl, frv vong.-*iwHl in sforv, Your brave devil* bo toM, Alongwitli the heroes Who fought und vrho died, Who wuiu fov flit right, WhMe'er might lietidc. w u J J A J U_l u u o A Philosopher in Defeat. ...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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