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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 18 September 1858

. - W**, ,;;. 'v-.^ "TO THINK OWN SKLF HE TltUU, AND IT MUST FOU.OW, AS Till'. NIGHT TDK DAY, THOU C'AN'ST NOT Til UN I) K FALSI* TO A*Y MAN." BY llOB'T. A. THOMPSON. PICKENS COURT HOUSE, S. C. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 1H, 1858. ' VOL. X NO. 0. 8E1KOT6P PCKirnV. Bury Me in the MorningA l?tlSU WISH. Bury me in tlic morning, mother? Oh let mo hrtVC 1110 light nr..... i. v.i uuu oii^in u-.iy uii my grave, nioinrr. Fro you leave mo alone with (lie night: Alone in the night of tlie gr;?v\ mother? "1'is ii thought of terrible fvtir-? Ami atai'H will be shining here, So bury n?c in the morning, mother, And let me luivc the light Of one bright day on my jrrsiTc, mother, ISro I am alone with the night. Yon tell of the fctftviour'K love, mother? t feel it ill my heart? But. oli! from thi? ber.utiful world, mother, | 'Tib hard for tho young to jiart! Jtovovcr to part, when here, mother, Tito noul is fnin to For tho grave in deep and dark, mother, And llciivon Bcomtj fur away? Then bury ino in tho m...

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. — 18 September 1858

K HOW EE COriilKI!. ROB'T. A. THOMPSON, Editor. TKRMS.?$1.50 jmr nmuun. In ndvnuoe. If ; pitymcnt br> ilclay?'<l until after the expiration of ; <1... ........ .> > ml " * -- ?- r ???v jxmi f rur aix inuimi.i, (U ucms, ill ndvnnce. Ailvertinemonts in.*erU'il nt the umia! rut oh. PICKENS C. II.^S. C.: Saturday Morning, September 18, 1858. Absent. M o were nccCtfSArily absent lust week, which, wo tniMt. will be :i sufficient cxcuho mii mil "ilium iuuiiii in, m- snoricoinings or, ; tho lust number of tho CnrniER. Return ."Day, For Pickens district, is Saturdny the 2d i tiny of October next. New Post Offices. " Sunnydalc" is the nnnio of a new post | office established in this district. Mr. J as. \ C. Cook is tho Postmaster. a ?... i 1? t -i.ii! i hum VIUVU nil* It I ml UVUII UnUlOIISIlCU III I \ I this District, named Flat Shoal, and Capt. 1<. I N. Kom.vs appointed I'ostmastor. Railroad Meeting. A meeting of the friends of the Air Lino j Railroad will he hold at Fair ...

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. — 18 September 1858

"The Mother of Waters " Lieutenant Ifubornhniu, in hia letters J from China to tho Philadelphia Ledger, aborts that the Missiwippi Hiver, which wo call tho " Father of NVutern," is not to ho compared to .the Yungtao-Kiang Hivor, ti? which he al)?Hes tho name of " Mnf.hor i of Waters." In proof of this, ho compare* ! the width ami volume of the two .streams: j The Mississippi, opposite New Orleans, is not quite six hundred yards wide, with ; a mean depth ?.f one hundred feet, and a ! mean velocity of nearly one and a half miles ! per hour. Thus a body of water one and ' u half miles long, six hundred yards wido | and 0110 hundred feet thick, is driven into | liiti vjtmii 01 .uexico every hour. A little more than one hundred miles from the mouth of Vaug-tao Kiting (the Son of the fteu) is located the city of Kiang-Yin. The river hero is nineteen hundred yards wide, has an average depth of ninety-nine feet and a mean velocity of two miles per hour. Thus we have, he remarks, u body of w...

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. — 18 September 1858

fSifiitt; | Indian Summer. Tlioro is n tlmr. just wlieii tlie frost Prepare*In j?ivp old Winters way, When Autumn hi :i n-vorio tost, Tim IiumIivw <Uv limn flvmima n When Summer conuM, in musing mind, To g ?/.o once move on hill and (loll, To mark how many sheaves they bind, An I sec it' till are ripened well. With bnliriy breath she whispers* low; The dying (lowers look up and give Their sweetest incense ere tliey go. For Iter who made their beauties live. She enters 'neath thp woodlands shade, llor ?epl?rys lift the lingering leaf, And bear in gentle whero are laid Tito loved and lost ones of its grief. At last, old Autumn, rising, taken Again lug sceptre nrnl his throne. With boislcioMijhnnd the lice lie i-linkc*, Intent on gathering all its own. Sweet Summer sighing, flics the plain, | Ami wailing Winter, gaunt anil grim, Sees miser Autumn honul his grnhi And Htniios to think it'-? all for him. vmmf'i. Gift Enterprises. Wo comment! to the attention of our readers, and especia...

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. — 25 September 1858

m ?7" % "TO TII1NK OWN SELF HE TRUE, AND IT MUST FOLLOW, AS THE NIGHT THE DAY. THOU CAN ST NOT TIIEN BE FALSE TO ANY MAN." UY ROUT. A. THOMPSON. PICKENS COUltT HOUSE, S. C. SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 25, 1858. VOL. X. NO. 10. ^kukoTisib POKTRY. Presentiment. BY PAVI. II. IIAYNK. Over hor fiioo so tender ntfd meek, Tlio light of a prophecy lien. iiiuilmdi uilvvVC'l tUo ml of tho rose on licr , cheek. And clinHtcncil tho thought in lier eyas. 13enutil'ul oyes 'with imviml gkincc To (lio H;<irit't< mystical deep! I.o.st in tho hiiiRuitl glcnm ot' trnneo, More aolontu and .?;iir.tlv (linn sleep. It hints of a world which is nlien niwl dim, Ot n nature ilnii li'?v?r? Thodiacorilof earth uud the seraphim's hymn, On tlio vergo of the sped ml?Cnspcn ; And forever and ever hIic seems to hear Tito voioo of ft oliarmcr implore, "Come! enter the life tli.it isnohlo nnd dear; Come, grow t0 )ny Imnrl once more." And forever and ever she mutely turns, From ft niort:il lover's ?iglis An.) n ? ~r.l n...

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. — 25 September 1858

kkowkk comKK. ROB'T. A. THOMPSON, Editor. tkkmn.?sl.oti jior niinimi, in ndvnnco. If y>ayniont l?o <lc:'-tve'l mtf il niter the expiration of the your !?.! For six months, 75 cents, in btlvnnoc. ,\ 'v:1 - ( inserted nt the usnal rotes. PICK UN'S C. II., S. C.: Saturday Morning, September 25, 1858. Return Day, For l'iekoris district, is Saturday the 2d day of Oetober next. Special. Our rtinders will bear in mind tlint wo .ire , not responsible for the utn'emonts nnd opinions of our correspondent.-". Further, where i eoiiunuu:.vi iou8 are inteudod for this nnd | nay outer paper, eopios snouiu 00 luriusiicu i tO'Oivcli at tho same tim?? that they amy ap- ' pear simultaneously. Whoa this rule, hich ; isvrcll estaldished amongst the craft, is not . 1 complied with, such urticles?cannot appear ; in our columns. An examination of tho Georges' crook school will take place 011 the i!th ; 11 ft or which, Mr- j l'ut.MAM delivers his address. For further j particulars, see advertisement. ...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 25 September 1858

fltcpsU) inOrotMo tho perplexities P^Mnortiflo^tionB of tllQ Imlir-. The rain was coining. No timo to bo lost. Hilk dresses wcro prccious and innst be saved, so they were cttilffht ub and drawn f>uud tho waists. Handsome petticoats v preserved in like manner. Hoops and v ''no wero very inconvenient.? Skeleton . fAs*fipro totally untnanagbahle and in hundreds of cases were left to haug tand sway nnd grin around the forms of their possessors, to tho horror of modest men all i over the ground. Slippers were " cutirely engulplied as tho wearers plunged from the I steps and sought the dry land. Hoots and I waiters wore idl ?nl???Ki.4 ? ??! ^ uiivt n\illVM, J),IIIInS and hose-; , well everything outsido ot' tho very cuticle itself of bifurcated femininity, wan all bedabbled and bespattered with mud aud iduah. The rain came Hteadily on. Tho crowds in tho amphitheatre rapidly dispersing, rushed headlong to the entrances of the grounds, and soon the omnibuses in waiting wore boseiged by 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. — 25 September 1858

POZ-fAY. I Contentment. nv o. w. no i. m r ?. " Man wan-s but lililv Jii-rc Ivlvt:." I ?<k. my w.-int* me few; (A t- ry plain brown -tone will do.) Thnt I iii.hv nil m.v own? And closo ?*!. hand is mch >? one. In vou'Jfr ntrcol ihnl lYoufn (lie tun. / TMnin food is quite enough for me: Tlnve oour-es firo ni ;{OV(l up IOU? Ti nut ore <"i?n suh?i*t on three, Tlmnk II on von for ihreo. Amen ! I alwiiVM thought cold vietmiK nice? mv wo.itii k?. I care not much for gold or land? Give nu? ft mortgage hero mid there: Some good bank stock?some note of han<l, Or trilling vail rotwl share-I only ask that Fortune send ?*l little more than I shall spend. Honors arc silly toys, I know. Ami titles are l.ul empty names; I would, prrhnp#, '>o IMcnipo, 1 >u( only near St. James? Fin very sure I ilo not care To fill our Gubemutor's chair. Jewels live baubles?'tis 11 sin To cure for sueh unfruitful things; One good-sized diamond in a pin, Some, not-to ftn in rin^s? A ruby, and a pcwl...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 2 October 1858

wmnwmm?mmmmmmmmmmim if f ^ ' , lj i-v* S ^fP5)DU)u[F^ ' - - . .1 ? -.. .! .! "TO THINK OWN SELF BE TltUE, AND IT MUST KOI,LOW, AS THE NIGHT TEE DAY. T1IOI C'.N'ST NOT THEN HE I-M.SE TO ANY M \N." , 1JY 110ITT. A. THOMPSON. PICKENS COURT HOUSE, S. C. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1858. VOL. X. NO. II. OTUEOVBlb. POttT-RVi Sabbath Evening. BY flF.OKUK l>. ritl'.NTIOK. {Tiltholy time. The evening shudo Steiils with ? soft control O'er nnture, a* a thought of heaven HtenlH o'er the human soul; Anil every ruy from voiuler blue, And every drop of fulling dovr. oacin 10 ornig ?o\vn to numnn woes, Front heaven, n message of ropose. O'er yo? livll rook the solemn (rocs A sluulowy group incline. Iiikogontlc nuns in sorrow bow oil Avonn l t licit* holy shrine; Ami o'er thorn now the night-winds blow, f?o culm ami still, I ho music low Seems the mysterious voicc of prnyer, Soft echoed on tho evening uir. The mists, like incense from the oartli, Uiso to a (iod beloved, Aucl o'er tlie waters moved asse...

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. — 2 October 1858

KBOWgfi COt)R i EH. HOBT. A. THOMPSON, Editor. TKI'VIS.? S'.fio per ammtiu in lulvuu o. It" payment l?-5 t!M;iycd until ihot'Sj'ir^iion uf tlio y\r.\ &].<>'> l-'ot* aix nnntliH, 73 could, ?n ndriinoe. .\<ivo!'iisoiiiWa nivrfil :il tfif .isua! r.itc. PICXENS C. II., S. C.: Saturday Homing, October 2, 1958. Return Day, For Full Term ot" ttic Court of Common 1*1 ivi.* i * IT?\ ?M '"A" - I 'o- "I' "? * ??.? \,Tuo" tord.vy) 140 ciisoa had bcou placed on tlio dockets. The return for Anderson was about lOOonsos. and for Abbeville only 200. Court, for tho Western Circuit, commences at- Abbevillean Monday next. JudgeO'NrALL will preside. Gov. Allstonirij M..? A..?.. ? ---J ! K.WVIIUIIVJ MIM. ilUIVtU III our villago on Thursday evening last. Wo wore ploasod to sou him in our midst, enjoying his usual good health, and delightc<i with our olimato. llu was returning from a visit t> tho Tuunol, the operations in which he dwelt upon most favorably. Whilst here, his Excellency...

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. — 2 October 1858

M.miiiikii, 00 Tlitir??lny the 28(1 ul(. by Her. .1. K. Iluunioiiti, Mr. lionr.JLT Hl'K^C'KU to MIbh Kmii.y Dkato!*. nil of I'ickfHs d|t>irict. i.i-iL1. '-i J -uj 1 ti..ua.g> QPIYIMMIY. I)iki>, of yellow fever, on tlic 2(Hh or Scptemboi1, on Mrs. Joint 1/ North's furm. nnm* !'?. <lleton village, Mrs. Kdward N. Tuuhhton, of < 'liarlcston. ller bereaved family have the sympathy of this community. piki), Juno 22il, of cholor* infinitum, Maiiy Kstki.i.k, infant of Col. 1*. II. ami Mrs. J. Y. lVathor, agoil It) months. The family of her grandparents in Abbeville were anticipating a visit from her parcntp, afyd ilio joy of seeing and caressing little Mary tyus >i?k mm i?ui in mo pieasuro of reunion, but Iter little coflin was all we wore permitted mournfully to meet. Yet, whoa we made room for lier among the flowers, and thought of liorns >? sorn,)U in the spirit-land. we little knew that ?ho had only gone before, and in a few short weeks would welcome to her glorious...

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. — 2 October 1858

_ -J" POBTgjr.*""" My Sweetest Song for TheeThere's not u curchvu wind that blows ltul ha* its own bolorod roso. Ami when th' > c.*'- fbrctollii the hour It hioMtoth' ' nicnibcretl bower. And in Aonivj my. ll*?s u'cnj nimuC Begins Hd goDtl'i serenade. And though at DvC'li upon the hill* It trifles with the morning rills. And whispers to oucli flower it meet* ?Sonio gentle word Hint's full of sweet.-', Still the dourest gongs it knows Is saved for that beloved rose. There is not a star in yon blue sky llut downward tur.is a listless eve. Until wandering glances rest On tliat blue wave it' >vc.s I He ; Then it begins to toll onco 111010 Tilings sweet as if unheard before. The beauties of tho html may an*Mo. That sport may turn and sport awhile, , Willi those soft dews that \rvt the cheek ' Of Howoi'8 that wilti tiivli |??ff.ir.ic speak, And though Its glniice nmy idly seeiu To have for all a loving beam, The first, 'he brightest, ami the last On that blue wavo is fondly eust. I ...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 9 October 1858

?ttt4"7? 7^-T - Hf,l <v^ *VM KOTISISS I tSOTIflMo iA L?j \Jj LS \L i%Sj15? <J U J J J Jj J'J u 9 . ' TO THINK OWN SEI.F BE TRUE, ANI) IT MUST FOLLOW, AS THE N Hi I IT THE DAY. THOU CANST NOT THEN EE FALSE TO ANY MAN." BY HOli'T. A. THOMPSON. PICKENS COliKT HOUSE, S. C. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 0, 1858. VOL. \.m NO. !?. OEUCCYKID From die Knickerbocker Mngazire. 4,I am not Old." ' I nm not oU\?though years have cast Their bIhkJowh on my <I?y : I ain not ohl?though youth has passed On - ' "*" ?i?ijr ; For in my heart a fountain fiow&, Aii'i round it plcu?tint thoughts repose, And sympathies nnd fceling? high Spring like stars on evening's *ky. "I am not old: Time may have set 11 im signet on my 'now, And some faint furrows there linvo met, Which Care may deepen how ; Yrt Lovo, fond Love, a chaplel weaves Of fresh young buds and verdant leaves, And *!il! i.. I.ww.,. T ...... Thoughts sweet as tlowers thai oncc were n inc. " I nrn not old: the snowy tinge That's fallen on my hair,...

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. — 9 October 1858

KBOW gg C O l! iUEIt .'OB T. A. THOMPSON, Editor. TKUMH.?$1.60 por nntium, in advance. If payment ho delnvod tintil after tlio expiration of tin". v..nr ? > IMI " LVv r r. advance. AdvertlsemonH inflected nt the usnnl rnte*. PICKENS C. H., s. c7i Saturday Morning, Ootober 0, 1858. ?: - tl _ Tho Return To the Fall Terra of the Court, for this district, numbers about one hundred and seven ty-firo cases, including acceptances. The KnoatAr. u KuoSnAon %? !! <lmil\?ln<ia Ai?/?unw !?? .,u.,...voo ....I .../UUtlCOT , attention of the Court for several days. Tho Court will bo in sossion at An<io~?on | next week. SaledayTlierc was a full attendance here on Mon- , day lust* The laud sales amounted to about $27,000. Tho average price of the land sold ! was fair. Fifty shares of Oreenville and Co- J paid, sold for $540?par value, $1,200. New School Biok. We have received from ti > publisher*? MoCartf.r & Co, of Charleston?a " Catechism of United States History, embracing I th...

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. — 9 October 1858

From tho Philadelphia Xorth American. Cotton Cultivation in Africa. During the lust ton yours Western Africa hna boon making mout rapid progress.? Trudo has boon striking root, and promises in a short time to becoino of iuuneuse value. It bus boon demonstrated that tho forty or flfru iiiilliAiij nf c *' ....j vi t ii nit mi wiiiis ui inai region nro on industrious race. Some of thorn arc noted for their mercantile intelligence, en- j tcrpriso and success. Instances irnvo been ' given in which a nativo merchant l?id out j lifty thousand dollars in the course of a sin- J glcycar, in the purchase of goods, the mon-1 cy having been remitted before the goods were tent, while another hat- ^>ent thirty thousand dollars. It has been calculated that, botwecu 18on ?i noci? .1 ' - .?/ uuu 10ov, uic increased the exports of British manufactures to that part of the coast lying between the Senegal and the Portuguese colony of Tioando, amounted to ono hundred per cent., and since that timo tho ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 9 October 1858

jPOBTiaV. j DeadUone, fleeting with the whirlwind, Ciuiio, rushing with the river, Gouo out into the dnrkncflP, Gone, ns tho funllght cloecs, Gone, us the starlight pales. <7otic, iistlm t'nir Rover's wither! Gouo, ii.i nil beauty ftiil j! Oh. heart thy hope nro T.-.incr Than win.I or riHhin,, li?le, More fleeting than the morning mist That skirts the mountain side. Well! let the dead he buried, And let ilio pant he past! This work! is but a meteor? I.ife cannot always last. Then may the days fleet fiiMrr Than wind or river's flow! Ood send us the Hereafter, Ood rest tlio Long Ago ! vAnrsry. The Fortune of Abdallaha 1'iatsiAN sr?y?y. Abdullah was a prosper us harbor of Shiray. lie mnrricd a woman ot surpassing beauty, but excessively vain, so that bis whole pubst mcc was consumed in providing her with dreuses, trinkets and the luxuries of a miniature harem. A Iwu'n nil mHiav r/nnnn nriTn r\f T7.?o pan, the king's astrologer, was envied by the wife (if Abdallnh, the unostentatb &g...

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. — 16 October 1858

- - Jl I II " ' "" , O k HU * * '" ^ A?JlV . ' *', V . ?*( .^'j'*, fTW?i < '" *1 '* ^ - - ' - * 1 Y^lv '<v '1 ^'' ""'' > m ,1? rfij mi re f? i? r- ft f^frilinMSfs)' A ? HD w ? ? lb l!U HP iM J Aliu a "TO THINK OWN SKLF HF. Til UK, AND IT MUST FOLLOW, AS T11K NKIIIT TIIK DAY, THOU (WVST NOT TITKN UK FALSK TO ANV MAN." m UY llOB'T. A. THOMPSON. PICKENS COUKT HOUSE, S. C. SATURDAY, OCTOBER i<>, 1858. VOL. X NO. 13. Hr* n r*-< CT=a rw rwv ? ? 1 9is.tk.is.u &0 IFOISTIRY, Three Stages in Woman's Life. There is n love in every life Which shuns parade nnd worldly strife. And necks, contemned the princely dome, In humhlo ?ot u linppy home. More gorgeous (linn the pomp of kingf>, The coral nnd (hepenrl it brings, And nil the glory ot the skies, In living diamonds?hc.imtug eyes. The rose's bloom it. yields to view, And lends its fragrance with its lino; The ?rlnd<loninf Kuiiln rln. AVitli looks of fondncrtH, thoughts of hliM, Feeling* (hnt *cnrcc know worldly leaven...

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. — 16 October 1858

keowee courie! EOB'T. A. THOMPSON, Editor. TKUMS.?$I.ftft per annum. In ndvanee. If payment he iloUytxl until aftertlio expiration of tlioyour, $2.()0 For six month*, 75 cents, in admnce. Atlvortisamcnt* inserted at the umiiiI rates. J*3C. ~ ~~ "j PirKF.NS r ir sr. - - " v. ?., ?-' v. . 8atuvday Morning, October 16, 1858. j RevivedTlio post offico at O.ikvray, in this district, 1 which had boon disoontiuuoJ, 1ms boon rc- ' rived, and Mr. J. 1>. Sanokks appointed Postmaster. The General Election. An oloction \va# hold on Monday and Tuos- i day last, in this State, for representatives in : Congress and mombersof the Stnto Legisla- . 1 tnro. With us, the election passed oft" very ' 1 quietly. The rain fell steadily throughout j Monday, which kept many from the polls. I Tlio voto of the District, in thin election, is | about twenty-one hundred?fivo hundrod | loss than the number polled in the district election of 185G. Fair weather, with nil ex- j cited homo coutost, would bring out ...

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. — 16 October 1858

Prize Money and the Echo. Tho statements with which wo have hith* ' crto met in reference to the disposition of tho slaver " Kcho," and the amount of prize money accruing to those who were directly instrumental in her capture, nppotr to be founded upon an entire misnppre'.'.uision of tho case. Deriving our information from the most authentic source. wo i?mv ??? . - ; ? J t hnp?, be able to state tho real course which will be taken iti the matter. The United States marshal for South Carolina i?avc Lieut. Ma Hit a receipt for '{00 Africans, for which number ?25 per head, amounting in all to $7,000, will be t awarded ns prize money to the tl.ig oflicer ! of the home squadron and tho officers and crew of the 1> Ipliin. This sum will be distributed ns follows : the flap; officer re coivcs imc-twcnticth, and the balance is distributed to tlio other olficers and tlio crow of the Dolphin, according to runic and rate. It is doubted, however, whether the flag officer (Commodore MclntoaU) i...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 16 October 1858

' PQ-iwnr. Nothing Lost. Nothing is lost: tlie drop <>f dew. Which trcmhlca in tlie leal' nml llowtr, Ii? hut exulted to lull hiicw. In rummer'* tJiiinder-.tliower? Perchance to fall within the how Tlint front* tlie Run at fall of day? Perchance to sparkle in the How Of fountains far away. Nothing is lost: tho tiniest need. My wild hirds borne or breezes blown, Kinds something suited to its jic?*-l Wherein 'tis sown and jxrown. The language of some hoMsehold song, Tlie perfumes of some cherished flower, Though gone from ouitrtvrd sense, belong To memory's after hour. So >vith our words; or hnrftli or kind, Uttered they're not On-got ? They h:\ve I ho influence on the mind, I'n'ion hut perish not So with our d'ceiT*, for >;ood or ill. They have ft power scarce understood: Thrn let us use our holler will. ="*? ~ I WAEWEYV. 1?Y KtQt'KST. Circue?Dancing School?Ballroom Mem- | bora of the ChurchA strange group this, one may say. It , is nevertheless, no more Mrange than true....

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