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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 23 October 1858

5 ~ ' ^ __ - - - - ? "TO^lUNi; OWN SELF BE Til UK, AND IT MUST FW.OW, AS TUB NIGHT Til II DAY, THOU CAN'ST NOT THEN HE FALSE TO ANY MAN." BY ROB'T. A. THOMPSON. PICKENS COURT HOUSE, S.C. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1838. VOL. X. NO. Id. ?ELEOTEE? POETRY. Truth and Honor. If wealth thou art wooing, or title or funic, Tber* 'i tlint in t ho doing brings honor or shame; Thcro is inoro in tlio running than winning the mce, Thin mark# thco n? worthy, that brands tlico an base. 0, itlvii, )/ l ci tlliili, <tliu VfkiiiiOtuV lAtnit", Keep truth thy companion and honor tbvfriildo If a king, ho thy kingship n^ht royrdiy shown, And trust to tliy mibjcc.ts to shelter tliy throne; Itely not on weapons, or armies of might, * l)ut on that which cmluroth, luwft juVjj.'g niul right. Bjf Though a king, bo n man, and wliiitovev betide. Keep trutli tliy companion audhouorfhy guide If a prince, or a noble, depend not on blood? The heart truly noble in tlmt which is good ; If Iho st:iin of dishonor encrimso...

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. — 23 October 1858

KEOWEE C01' H I Ki'. ROB'T. A. THOMPSON, Editor. J TRllMS.?SI.50 por annum, in mlrnnoo. If i payment bo relayed until after tlicoxpirntlonof | * tho year, For *ix inoutlm, 75 cents, in ( a advnnce. _ | N Auveriiaemont* in*erio<i ni me usual rntcs. j ^ PICKENS C. If., S. c.: |? Saturday Morning, October 23, 1858. j 8pecial. Attention is directed to the various new j advertisements in our columns this week. Cotton. A ?pocimOn of Sen Island or Long Cotton, grown in tlie district by Mr. John II. Mixski.i/, linn been left with us. Mr. M. brought thoseod from Florida, and gnvo its cuituro liis personal attention. The stalk is repre- j tented as growing largo, ami hanging thick (i, with bolls ; one stalk bearing one hundred i cf and twenty-lite. Tlio cotton is white, and of excellent quality. j j, Accidents. w AVo learn that a man mimed Nklsox, a North Caro'iniun, was killed near Jones'eontract, by the felling of a tree, last week. It w appears that lio ha;l cut the troe off", which l,i...

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. — 23 October 1858

rtzcr~r~"-y.~ ssz'?^zfrsi?zznr, nixth. By what rule of language, then, nt ilo wc speak of universal suffrage '! Those Il< who arc uot permitted to approach tho bal- wh lot-box, arc subject to laws which they can of liuve no voice in framing. Somo of them as pay taxes; others oro liablo to do military th< duty, and if many arc children aud women, to arc not women nod children citizens of the exl State and subjects of the la\v ? Where, tio then, is the boasted universality of our suffrage? Is it a theory or a myth? Fine- voi ucuuy, onc-sixm oi tnc popuicwni votes tin for and governs the rest. This is on the loc assumption that all voto who mny. But pal such is far enough from being tho fact.? adi Even the limited and modified suffrage wa which tho statute allows is still fuvthcr and tin materially restricted in practice by the ncg- ** loot of multitudes to exercise their fran chiso. It i? believed that not moro tlino ; 450,000 ballots will bo east at the approaching November ele...

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. — 23 October 1858

fOKTRV. _ Two Pictures. i wotlds't, wori.it vor? I wonldu't give niudi for n girl with a bonnot. That cont Ally dollars when first it w;t.s new: Wlio sport* a largo muff with u Imiry tail on it, j That hnugtt down in front of it, just as it grow; , I wouldn't givo much for thin female ? WaiXI ? .. j v? . 1 wouldn't give much for a woman that prances I'romonadiug nil llie thoroughfares through; Giving winks to tlio olerks, or olso amorous glancoa j Rnoiigh to turn her eyes all askew: 1 wouldn't givo much for rhis female? Would you 1 i woui.hn't, won.n voir * 1 wouldn't give much for a chap that has'gone it' j Till ho has run every cent of liinloxnoy thro,' | i Whoso simpering chin has a huge goatee on it; ! Tliut hangs down upon it just as ' grew ; wouldn't, give much for t! :s fellow? Would you ? I wouldn't give much for a chny> with a collar That's made to stand up almost otct his ears, AN ho wears white kid gloves that cost over a dollar, And a coat that belongs to some knight ...

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. — 30 October 1858

. . .... i ' .. . . ^ v^^riKp'w'v '??.fTWs " ?; .... : > ' iltfdfdsrc? -*krv^ ? "m> TO THINK OWN SELF UK TKUJS, AND IT MUST FOLLOW, AS THE NIGHT Till* DAY, TllOV CAN*.ST NOT Til UN UK FAI.SK TO ANY MAN." ?Y ROB'T. A. THOMPSON. \ * '#* PICKENS COURT HOUSE, S. C. SATURDAY. OCTOBER 30, 1858. VOL, X, NO. 15. ... Ljr . ,_Y-- 1 . ' . ? tBIL-yOTEP IPOKVIItV- R My Mother's Bible. N "J Tiifs book ic all tint's left me now, tl1 Toftre will uiibuldon '?ttirt? p< WllU fuUeringlip uml throbing brow, I pYCJis it to my licnrt. I Kor limn* f^nnrrations ptist. I .! Here !s our family trco: x' My mother's hands this Kiblc elftsp'd? t'l Slio, dying, gavoitine. , at Ah ! well <lo 1 remember thoso Whoso names these records bonr : 1,1 \Yho round the hearth stone used to close tl After tho evening prayer. ti And sponking of trliut these pages .said, |G In tones my heart would tnrUI ! Though they are with the sileut dead, . Here is tlio living still. My fnllier rend this holy book To sisters, b...

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. — 30 October 1858

KEOjvfE cur iyflj EQB'T. A. THOMPSON, Editor. TERMS.?Sl.*?0 |?er annum, in advance. If payment bo delayed until nt'lortlic expiration of jthoyonr, $2.00 For six month*, 76 cent*, in ' i?'lv:inec. Advertisement* in^eiteil at the tinual rate*. an " ' ft PICKENS ('. If., S. j J1 Saturday "Morning, October 30, 1858. 1 J' Public Dinner. j ? The poor!,- of Barnwell district intend lion-, | orin<; Sonutor Hammond with a public dinner' (i on the 2'.)th instant. This opportunity is of- j (j fered, we suppose, t Mat our Sounio; ii.ay give , tj hi* opinions and sentiment* on the v?riou# | ul topics of tho day. I w The Soutbcrn Guardian. v' An nhi?n.?rt 1. -~i ?? " ' ?- - I 6- """ I'"" ? . flic affairs of this journal. Mr. E, 11. Hrit-. ' ton rotiros from the editorial chair, ami in i aucceoded by C. 1*. L'emiam, Eaq., as both j j, editor and proprietor. The services- of W. j 0 B. Johnston, Esq., in the editorial lino, arc ! ,, secured. All partios hare our wiahea fur n] their success. || St...

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. — 30 October 1858

doctrine was, in part, what Forney & Co. agreed to pay to the irou masters for their y aid in giving them revengeon tho National i AUuiinietrntion, the majority of tho Democ- wn r.icy of Congress, and tho South. Never- Jil tholess, we doubt whether their dicker in C<1 principles will avail cither party to it next (.( winter, for it was sufficiently flagrant to insure its own punishment in the defeat of whatever change in tho existing tariff they in; tltfli/ Jli'rtnrtOO *1?.? I ^ ' 1 u.ujr.rov, 1UI IIIU IMHldlt 01 1110 pOOK- ft'1 etg of tho iron mastore. The Senate, if not , tho House, will surely repudiate their J ^ wchcv.iG ; find, when that shall have heen ^ done, tho political rogues making it will as surely fall out again.? Washington Star, ub Have a Home.?Young men havu late- M ly written to us, ashing : u Shall wo marry possessing only Binall means?" ^(l If the means arc adequate to meet the wants ot" tho man .red tlio fuiurc wife, why 0f nnt f llut they should bo suffi...

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. — 30 October 1858

A Son{j for the Season. Oil! ripe tinil vuilcly uututun, now, Tliuu givcsl 91100 n^cniiv A rich lewiml to anxious ninn For till lii.4 (oil unil pain; i nun art a <juven, imtoioly queen, AiDongtho grneoa three, For lovely spring nnd summer bright Are handmaids unto thee; Right royally, with lavish hnnd, Thou Mproad'At o'er hill and jdiiiii The luciotusymbols ili.it proclaim The lustre ol'thy reign. Oh gentle, bounteous niitumu rjucenf llrown daughter of the sun, lift'ulgently thou tread'st the path llij burnin? ooiiinm run Thou lay'nt t!?y longic wand upon Tit? green end tender gram, Anil full-ourcd harvest gladdens earth, With teeming fields Again ; Th?- boughs that bend with golden fruit, I 'Hio pui'ple-olliKt^r'd vine, j Oh ! ripo uud ruddy Autumn quoon, ^ Arc tliino and only thine! i Oh! bless'd and blessing antonim queen, ;i rrtmmiwinnM fi'nm uKavo To gem I lie inn Iron breast of enrth With jewel's ofdod's love ; The green hill-sides are wild with glee? | ' The valleys swell ...

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. — 6 November 1858

i jar m ' ~ "r* j Ja 1 . - ! . I ll, " TO THINK OWN 8BLP IIV KC . \ Tho Gooa \v Thy morcicfl, Lord, h<> u> ximy rnst! Iiii|tartinHy (hiy f1 *^v The rioh. tho low, ti Thy love exfcinlH With wonU'roun en Is quick our wnn Ami pu"C thy hntul to . Arul wisely to 'ic.^toThe i wolon cloi'' llevivctl the ] And Cftrth in turn. v> It. .1 I ' - niuunjr iiumnga JflC So lintli thy love on u* Fallen in sin nnd slmiiiv# So let our kenrts to Thee be leil, To ]>raiso thy holy name. 'Tia thou who'll stive us. grncious Lord, If not, " om thee we'll stray, 'Tis thou who'll tench us from thy word, To shun the sinner's wny. j ny mercy raised tor us n home, Thy grace' ?8 nil our need, Oli! keep our atcps, uo more to ronm, Father, wo humbly plead. Jesus, tby promises nrc sure, Thy niorcies who may know!? The stripe, the cross, thou didn't endure, Redeeming love to hIiow, Fulfil thy we'd?with saving prnce, Descend, on! heavenly dove; Inspire our lienrts on thee to place Our faith, our hope, o...

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. — 6 November 1858

iSll- | ..tied to murder of a man . guilty to manslaugh.vouced to 0110 month's imprisoiT...io, and to tho payment of a small line. IIj hal been in jail over eight months. Several parties, eonvietod of theft and other violations of law. wore sentenced to receive DUUUl jr OHIJJU3 ItllU II) (>HV Millilll 111103. Daylioht Through.?Mr. Jones, the con" tractor, made an opening through tho " Middlo Tunnel" of nie Blue Kidgo Railroad, on tho 23d ult. Tho length <>f this tunnol is over nine hundred foot. Thus, one obstacle after another gives way before the superior management of the Company, ami the industry and energy of its contractors. Died or his rvjiiitiK*.?Wu Ilnnvenin n I the German who was so badly injured by the explosion of powdor on tho Railroad, died on tho 24th alt. IIo was buried by the Walhalla Rifloinen, of which corps ho was a member. Corn?Judgo Parsons has laid upon our j table a fow yeai's of superior corn, };rown on I his farm. The corn crop is turning out much ...

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. — 6 November 1858

es, aiict tho good work still progresses.? Tlio ttev. Mr. Pickett is a powerful laborer in Ills Muster's cause, and a devoted soldier of the cross Kdgelicld is fortunate in las ' appointment; nud we but reiterate a com- ' mon wish unionist us, whou wo express tho liopo that lie will bo continued by confer- > cnco tn his present post.?Kihjrfiild Ad- 1 vrrtiacr. Hartford, Conn., October 2!).?A letter received from Lieut. Tyler, of tlio I'lii- j ted States nriuy, at Oregon, to his father, ] dated September 15, states that the Spokan ; 1 and Peluse Indians had been dofeated, af- i ! tcr two (lays fighting. The Spokan chiof I and uino hundred horses were captured, and all tho plunder taken from Colonel ? 8teptoe recovered. Steptoe's pistol was ! 1'onnd on tho body of a dead Indian. The j ( army lost but one man. The Indians wore j begging for peace and complying with all j demands. The war was considered ended. | This letter was o\<>ro.;?cd to FjortTaylor by nn Indian runner, nn...

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. — 6 November 1858

\PQ'?Tk:Y. Let her Rip. fc One sunny afternoon last week 1 thought l'tl lake a ride, And hired a nag they Raid was fast, I'm sure she was when tied." My friend, Kill Spriggins, drove the mare, | While I laid on the whip, | Ana HhoutiMi i II lwnsquito honrno? " Hilly, put tlmt animated female projeetilo potr- | cr through?ge'lang? Let her rip I" We stopped at. Uonsel's on the road, Of course we bad to ' smile," j And nivo the expeditious nag A drink and rest a wliilo; Wo "lagged," then calling for the mare, I tossed the man a Tip: 1 jmnpoil into the wagon, ami seising the reins, ! requested the Ethiopian individual who held J ihe double distilled essence of lightning in emphatic tones, to? " Let hor rip I" A olmp, who drove a large bay o?g, Seemed anxious for a "brush," .So, whipping up our own fast cab, We went in with a rush ; 'Twas neck ond neck a mile or more, When his mare made atrip, AYo glided by like lightning greased. For, having hired the extraordinary animal, we j consider...

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. — 13 November 1858

* I ' 7^ " IV" f.M_?!?1?? < ; i II |I *"" ;> *,?^, ' v* - ^ v^-#*^.'> >'VCf jfV/V..- . . * ^ - . >\ ^W'KXAXDKl;, Sue-! of "liootiy C| Cyr.i liny 'return- ^ l l l Four for l'lckona I**.j didJjJf L'r^l ' ? "lit * I J~J |_ I ^ I ^.1 \ I p 1^ | __ vtfiilloo in tllv linnds . " '" K. % .<'> Goods, j V*/ W U ?& J ?J UJL LJ -- A' gy ! .. ?. ' :, ,.-.?-_?pSi^^ Jf^F^ .. *d of- ' "*' "TO T111NE OWN 8KLF DE TRUE, AND IT MUST H^AdV ImaOk'cLO- ' VnriifL ' -T^ " r"5o .% '.g li\ , " ( '"J _!.? ... >~9r.r<*tH, Buainoss' Ow?Mfc.. -il.IOl) CAM'W, n 0, II I anVl ?th*? AN* MAJt- ,,< > . * ... ' *?===S .3 Mori- BulmngiJ* _ L, 10 (?> II A Tir_ iL * <?io??la? BY ROB'T. A. THOMPSON. PICKENS COUKT HOUL^ u. o. sA^rfii^peril). ojj Crook,i ' " ^ - Nn - " -, ;. , ... r.i .r:.M ? ^...... . * no. 1/. P.QUT80M,, SI'EECH OF HON. J. H. HAMMOND, Delivered at Barnwell C. II.. Oct. 20,1858. I ih.itA you very eiuceroly for this kind Bud cordial reception. To Btuntf hero and Hpea...

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. — 13 November 1858

KliO YY EE CO I'!! I FJi. j ROB'T. A. THOMPSON, Editor.^fc S*S mSs = -*r~ = ' TlillMS,?$l..->n per annum, in Ailvnncc. If < p/iymont ho riolnyeil nniil ftft<*rtliooxplrntion of ( the year, $2.00 For six mouths, 75 cents, in . advance. r. Arlvftffi'in^nnnlo ln?Ai*tnil n# |1.a ynIftu - I PICKfc^S Saturday 1S5S. c lion. Bipj'i, '"uM Tlio comtm^l bcou roccived.^P^IWill crowdod atato of our columns wiTf fjcruiit? r perhaps next week. A "Pro's" reply to "A Kricml" is on filo 1 for an curly insertion. 1 Weather. " "NVo havo Cj"/eiH^ccd, during this week, somo cold, di&ngrecablo weather. Ico in ahundnnco, with whito frosts and a littlo rain, ' have been tlio variations. Tlio mountains 1 1 - - 1 * * tiuvu niso ugo'. wniic will! snow. Tho ndvcj^^^ Heid jr< >0'1 > v,*ninistrator p, 'Advertises the sal^^BHK^o personal pro- vc / pertv -Messrs. Joi7^^^!i,o.\n & Oo. of ?' * s t Vcndleton, are constantly roplcniuhing their stock. .See those and other advertisements (j in t...

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. — 13 November 1858

ltUPOKT | OV DANIKL M. ALHXANDKIt, Sec-; rotary and Treasurer of tho Board of , Commissioners of Poor for l'ickons l)is-1 (riot, South Carolina. 1857. I)r. j /v.* i?? m ti 1 * v/vt. ii. xo ouiancc in mv Hands . nfter making report, Full Term, 1857, ' 172178 18f>8. Jan. 4. Cash rccoivod of 10 Alexander, for corn sold, 42 83 Jan. 4. Cash received of l)r '/ W Green, for corn sold, 12 50 Jan. 4. Cash received of J 11 Hunnicutt, former Tax Collector, 11 (3 42 Jan. 4. Cash rocoivod of Hubert I 'mir, Tmclnn I I Imiu l."?ll.. OO f>fk I .....U.IHU1IJ, 'JOI/U May 3. Cash rcccivod of J \V L Cnry, Tax Colleotor, 405 00 May 8. Cash received of M F Mitchell, for fodder, 15 00 Amount roceircd, 81,851 88 DISBU RSEMBNTS. 1857. Oct. 80. By cash paid Sullivan & Sloans, for one sack salt, 8 2 00 Oct. 80. Py cash paid Sullivan & Sloans, for coflco, 3 00 i Oct. 30. By cash paid Sullivan & Sloans, for sugar, 2 20 ! Oct. 30. By cash paid B F & T S Crayton, for. grind-atone, 8 25 Oct. ...

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. — 13 November 1858

Speech of Hon. J. H. Hammond, (o.NlM.r l?KO.) double tribute, though nearly .ill the trad of the l.'nUcd States with Knghtud is but ed on southern products. Thus has the South, l>v ber energy an> ability, disposed of the capital grievance against which she protested, with nliuohalf her public men n<?iiwt her, in 182? !)ui'in<r 4111*1 f.inin 1 - ,-N wui VjijiUUUllin im>U IUIU wrested the government from us, and in llieted other injuries, but they were sooi stripped of their power and their acts re pealod. Only four times since the organic ation of this government has the North ha< possession of it, and in each ease only fo One term. The North has never unitet loop on any policy. The injuries infliete< on the South have been mainly inflicted bi her own ambitious, factious, and dividec public men, and our history proves that ik man and no measure has yet been strong *-:i. I m M.-UIU ilgllinSI IHC r>OUtll WllCt ii!!itt d. I believe none ever will. lint it is thou...

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. — 20 November 1858

j^j ^ ^? 1^ ^ |^j jjjj ^ ^|jjj "TO THINK OWN SKLF UK TllUH, AND IT MUST .. AS Till. ,.i.. ji\X NOT - ^AI.SIS TO ANY MAN." BY KOB'Tt A. THOMPSON. PICKENS COURT HOUSE, S. C\ SATURDAY, ... _ ^ ,9 ??LE?YlSr?) IPOEYfaY-, * n Passing1 Away. it The sear leaf rudely rustled Hy (he north wind's cruel blurt, Now is slowly. sadly, falling o To the .eolu, damp earth nt Inst; The beauteous stars.lust fading, As the eastern "jcosy light" t The sun's approach revealing, ; Cliasc away I ho starlit night. I Tlio Sun, so slowly sinking 0 1\j his tlowtiy western beu, % The holy mellow twilight, Softly reigning in Iiih Mead; H The tiny wuvelet, sighing, t As U Unites tlio thirsty shore, t W'h'ch drinkg the little wavelet, ( l o us noinc returns 110 more. \ Tlio youth is fuming, gaily, c l.ifO'H cup of pleasures sweet, f "When Dcntli steps in nnd dashes The goblet to hisfoet; All sceneli of earthly beauty. 'j All things that ?l\vcll below, ? All tiling-*, both grent nml simple, All things, botli liigli ...

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. — 20 November 1858

K15 Q W EE cor It IK I ROB'T. A. THOMPSON, Editor. = TKKMS.?Jjpr milium, in n<lvancc. payment ho ilolnyo'l until lifter Iitc aspiration th? yo.ir, ?2.00 For six months, 76 oont.s, advancc. Advertisement* in*, e*. riuK\^ Saturday Morning, t. , i85 Eleci Co!.*lIfcKB>.t mmonk lias been rc-clect< Ordinary of Anderson district by a mnjori of 120 votes over liis competitor Uei/iik Uirkiss. Thanksgiving(fovornor Arxsrox lias appointed no: Thursday, tho 25th inst., ns adixy of Thank giving and prayer. Let ns in obcdiencether to assemble lit our respective places of wo ?diip throughout thia district and in nnis< vvi111 thousands in this and twenty-two sist 8tates gratefully acknowledge thn many blc incrs for which \v? are iii<li?litnil ? > ?ln?fJi>v Jkiiovaii, and offer earnest phtyt' for tl temporal and spiritual welf and the individuals of our* and of the world at largo. The Stato FairThe third Annual l-'air of the State Agi cultural Society opened at Columbia on Tut l...

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. — 20 November 1858

I'll itni'OR'r i | f(\ F K. 1 \ i (J llJFFIN, Tron?urer of the i f \ / Coiiuiftjpiiwifirs of Houdn fur the 5th !{o<>iinent, t>. p. M. 1857. / Dr. 1 * Oct. 18. To balance on hnml after luaWng report, 1857, 3 25 08 Anril 22. To canh recciv " ed./J W b Cary, Tax Colli^; lector, 490 00 May 1. To cash rcccivcd of J W L Curv, Tux Collector, 2">0 00 I- May S. l'o cash rcccivcd of T1 jos Price, for aitle of Crftvay mule, 01;") I May 10. To cash rcccivcd of Com. Singleton, for sale of cstray t sheep, 1 00 i Miiv 15. To cawh rcccivcd ofCmn. Singleton, for sale of estrny \ hog, l ;?o Juno 7. To cash rcOoivcd of ?J \V Jj Cary, Tax Collector, 098 00 June 12. To cash rcecivcd of Coin. Chasbun, for cstray .sheep 4 00 Aug. 2. Tocajjti received of J W 1 j Cnry, Tax Collector, 18 7- j Sept. 18? To cash received of \Vn>. Clayton, for cstrav year- ' | ling, ' * , 2 00 , : I ( Amount received, SI.500 05 j MSM'US F.Mti NTS. I 1 i8.>8. _ I; .May 7. By cash paid John T j < Masseiifrill...

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. — 20 November 1858

POKVWY. Ji The Last Fly of Summer- * 'TN the last. Hy of Dumtnor, l<cft buzzing aloito, tl All its btaok-leggoil companions I Arc dried up an<l gone. n Net ouc of lis kindred; No blue-bottle nigh, , To spoil mJU tHO sugars, Or in the inilk die, r? I'll not doom tlica, though lone one, A viotim Jo bu ; otnoc the rest tiro nil 70i)islicd, 0 Ootno ilino you with mo. V Thus kindly 1 sculler 0< Homo crumbs of my bread, J(| Whoro thy mates on the table Lie withered and dead. i) Hut soon you will perish, |, I'm sadly afraid, ^ For the glass is at sixty .Just now in the shade. w Wheu wasps have all vanished, p' And bluo-bollles flown, ai v.. iiu .....i .i.ii > This Ulcftk world nlnnn. L - w IMJQ^OIELLAW. Jim Franklin and tho "Falling Stars." n The Metoorio shower th:it loll on the t' night of the 18th of November, 18SJ3, ex- tl tiibited a seem; long to he remembered by ii all who witnessed it. To the enlightened if and well informed it was grand, uwful, sub- j ? liine; but to th...

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