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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 25 June 1859

"TO THINK OWN SF.LF I)K TRUE, AND IT MUST FOtJ.OW, AS THE NIGHT TUB DAY, THOU CANST NOT TIIKN IU' FALSB TO ANY MAN." BY ROUT. A. THOMPSONS ~i PICKENS COUllT HOUSE, S. C. SATURDAY, JUNK 25, 1859. VOL. X.- NO. <18. I'.'/.O IPOKIf ^V. I for SONCrnl illiln*. \t li? I > l.r 1 1 Dr- Watts' Cradle Hymn. llutdi my dear, lie Htill mid slumber ; I Holy angels guard lliy bed ; < Heavenly blessings without number, (Jcutly fulling on tby head. Sloop my bubo, thy food and raiment. House and home, thy friends jirovide j And without the care, or payment, t ,i ?i ? " " all III/ HUlll.llirc WCII Supplied* How much bettor thou'rt attended. Than the hoii of (lod could be. When from heaven ho descended, And became a child like ihee. Soft and oasy is thy cradle ; Coarse and linril thy aavjour lay, When his birthplace wns a stable, And hi? Holiest bed wan hay. Messed babe! what glorious features fJpotli'M, fair, divinely bright! MtL-u he dwell with brutal creatures ? Mow could angels bear the sig...

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 June 1859

KEO WEE C0IT 111KIt.I ROB'T. A. THOMPSON, Editor. TKllM.^i?Sl.iJO per unnuin. In fulvnnfP. If 5>:iymont bo. (lolnyeil umil nflor iliooxpirntioii of . Ilio your. $J.UO For six ni-Xnth#, 7.") cents, in tulviinoo. Ailvortiscnient* iinortoit nl Uio usual r.^os. j PICKKNS C. II., S. C.s Saturday Morning, June 25, 1850. 1 Col. Orr. The pnggrytion that the annlversay of Amcricun Indcpondonee be celebrated ut Williumston, on the 4th of July, does not appear to have produced any very decided action. Col. Orr, wo hnvo it from good authority, 1 will not deliver the address. IIo is dnvntinrr - ? ; himself to tho law, ami will be in attendance upon tho Court of Equity, at this place, 011 1 thtit ui.d succeeding days* Tho Mass Meeting. Through the Committee of Invitation, we learn that Maj. IV.unv has consented to deliver a speech at Tunnel Hill, on tho above occasion. Mr. Mkmminocii does not give positive assurance that ho will, until the precise ' day is fixed upon. tv.- t\-~ AllO VTBSUS. Wo...

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. — 25 June 1859

virif{ two thousand Mo hundred feci to b? dune'.- TI10 engineer in ehfirfce compute* ! that oven \titlitho force, reeonfly inure fd- j duced, four thortsand live ]iiin<lr?><i ami fifty feet will be excavatcd by the lirst of lift. vetnber next, leaving only thirteen hftn- i (Ired feet more of heading to be done. The Company has noted judiciously in applying tlio limited means they pWetiK, to the more difficult and toilsome |?:ir(s of tlio road. There 14 no difficulty in obtaining contractors for grading, nod that part of the cobatruction can be rapidly done.? 'The progress which has boon made in the most costly and difficult obstncle to the eompletion of the road must be very gri?t- j ifying to its advocates, and should teinner the opposition of those who from misappre- | hension <?f difficulties ?n<l expense, nro indisposed to continuing the enterprise. [tiuttt/i Cavotiniuii, June l^th The European News?Important Proclamation We copy in another column, late news liv 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 June 1859

flr^iL U J 'i V. A FarewellBY OKOKflF. l>. IHT.NTICK. II niel llioe iii 11 dli'jrtg?tf Iwmi Fur from my own bine Hi renin i?, v\ml gloriously flic vision shono I'pou iny spirit'ddrviiinH ; And then nty lyre, tlint lon^ alcpt l?t?r!?itoil imlitfiiol inuu-itj - - - - ; ? <?-v|.?, Awoke in lloauty's gleams, At rvtil ilie burp of Monition woke When o'er it? chords (lie morning broke. We met, ami soon my spirit bowed, Unshadowed girl, to lliee, A* the bright bow upon tho cloud ; (tends to the monarch-sen. Thy words, tliy tones, tbe smiles thai played j t'pon thy lovely fontUTO bade f.ong bidden tliougbls go free : And sweetly in my maiiliood's tears Were glassed the tints of earlier years. And now we part?these simple words May bo my last farewell. I Jut often o'er my bosom's chords Thy spirit tones will swell; The happy hours since first we met Upon my heart and life have set A deep and death! spell; And thou wilt be. although afar, /\t - ? vi memory a neaven tno nearest star. Far...

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. — 2 July 1859

"TO TIUNE OWN SELF BE TRUE, AND IT MUST FOJ.LOW, AS THE NlfHIT THE I>.\Y. jritOt: CAN'S!' NOT THEN BE 1'At.SE TO ANY MAN." I 1JY KOH'T. A. THOMPSON1.'.* PICKENS COURT HOUSE, S. C. SATURDAY, JULY 2, 1859. VOL. X. NO. 40. [ - - . ^ ' ' " ' " ' ?" , ... . . !, M I <S'P"I IB1 'ir1 'g*fH* Wl>* I i. .. ? IT ^^1180 C0I1- ptli :=- v-h1 boon i oih Thy Will 1)3 into ac- if'1 My God my Father, while Iy, 20,000 . ul0; l*ar from my hom?, w tho (>1 1 O. tcaoh inc from my - I , v > > ?aP' Ulov Jc?*tV, and 1 glii If tliou sljoulavt?t call me J- ? " Wlmt most I prize?it 11 <?"? ' ^1^1'?^'"' ' ' 1 only ^iold tlico tvh/it wns thine? Thj will be done ! Khonld pining sickticsg \y/??te nway My life in premature decny. My Pother, stilt I strive to say, 'j liv will be done ! J.Yn ifngniu 1 no'er should see The friend move dear thun lifeto me. lire long, we both shall he -with thee: Thy will be done I If but mv f%inlina heart bo bb>?f With thy PU'ool spirit for ilnpnost, My (lod, to ...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 2 July 1859

N KEOWEE COUHIER.I . ROB T. A. THOMPSON, Editor. I TRtlMS.?per milium, in mhrunc*. If payment be ilcUvod until aflorllioox|?irr?ti??t?of tho your, ?'2.00 Tor fix months, " "> cent*, in ft<lv?hre. ( auTcriiiioniani!) in.Mci-icl ni Hip timml rate*. | PICKENS C. II., S. C.: Saturday Morning, July 2, 1859. I To Correspondents. A correspondent hns'plnecd us undor obligations for n letter written in California l?y i\ Vintive of our district, which we intend lay inj4 before our renders, with suitable coinluout?, in ft short timo. The Court of Equity, 4'or Piokons district, will conrono ftt this ; Racoon Monday next. The nppointinontof | Guardians nu<l Trustees will he nmtle on that ' llflV. Piirtio* intorimtcil in hihOi mnHoi-ii I should be personally present. The War NewsConsiderable spaco is dovoted this week to the importaut news from Kurope. The bnt" j tie of Magenta wns a decisive victory for the French aud Sardinians. Since, the allies hare oocupied Milan, beinreceived by th...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 2 July 1859

urnire vrtia nasily united by the Imperial legions and obliged to'votire. Tho action then bocoino general, and lasted three hours lonpef, till tho buhl assault of McMahon decided the victory.? The effect of thin gallant Cieucral's move >vaa that of cutting tho Austrian army into two bodies. Threatened on all sides,.forced in his position, menaced with being surrounded, (lencral (lyuhii gave orders to retreat. Koutcd ns they were, they now ran pell-mell, noma towards Quohi Viseonti, . J some toward llosate, Vernate and 1'nvin Covering their hasty anil disordered retreat by bodies of horses and a tremendous lire of artillery, tbc Austrian# fell baek upon tbeir intrenebed lines in immense confusion. Tbc battle of Magenta bad been won. ticnl. (Jyulai bad brought into action 120,000 men; lie loft nearly 20,000 of them wounded and dead on tho bin tie field. 7.000 were taken " " j.. .. vr..v..o y t/ 4000 knapsacks, 12,000 muskctV, and 4 puns linvo fallen into ouv hands. Besides tlm.S'j ...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 2 July 1859

IPOST1RLY. j HomeI'tc waiulor'<i thro' Hint Indian land, Where Quturc wears Iter richest hue; I'vo Mood upon the ("Jive'- 1 strand, r ? And garni upon it? v tors blue ; SI'vo strayM beneath a vyrtte grove On Arno's bank* where I sun linn act, c And heard tlie Italian's so. , of love Come swcoilv from liis go..-lolet : | But still whcr'cr tn.v footsteps roam, ' The deuicat, bwectcat apot is home. I Tho eiuilv nlants. tho Tronic *Vi<<? That proudly stand in gorgeous bloom, i Though deck'd in beauty's richest dyet?, Arc vet diverted of perfume ; I due wild flower of my native vitlo The Jas'mine round my eotla<re tw'm'd, That t lings its fragrance on the gale, Is dearer, sweeter, to my mind. Kor wheresne'er my footsteps roam, Tlie dearest, sweetest spot is liome. The birds in gayest plumes nrrny'd No music warble from iheir throats, But break Ihc silence of each glade, Ity tuneless, harsh, discordant notes ; ? Ab up the vault of Heaven he springs* The modest Lark's more dear...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 9 July 1859

^ "T? Tilini; own si:lf true, and it mi;st follow, as iii; nicht day. can st not tiif.n 1:1: fai.sk to any man." iE tiBBV U0Ii'T- A- THOMPSON". 4 PICKENS COURT HOUSE, S. C. SATURDAY, JULY <>, ItfW. VOL. X. NO. 50. f jj n?i!. ;? My Country- jf laml*, 'J.', KS^g^V * V- BY KMILY 11. CARROI?ml, llO\VBR ' *. .Mjc o?Pwl loved America! licailo Inlwr t<> rlJ & "WiUi prF* 'uotttk thy ator-sjw of laltov \ t rl 11 < I. ?t>ps \\ ill not (jv w jVlitle I Ijicatlie my glsitl (limine oipitul til> : Teartli kuist lull, pro- ' 0<J j ^ 9r. -Thn't khis boiullftll luid ii? tFc vSVolsowherc wj iV fVco. my country', I lovW^VVi ' " J1'1 ' lM?aa tlowirtu rivers, thv rUle. " \wl" c.i? \ <"> *pQ' onthjf l?oHom isucn.r im!1!1'1 I" 'j \ V ??v" fair America. land of the h'ccW,s_* * >?*\ them fling if tlioy will, of Italia^Tbright .y JrkieP. 1 ^ (lint# beautiful inaids, with thoir dark flashing cyt-H, Dut to mo llieio'a - no laiul on (his beautiful eiyjO? Iiikc tiiec, dear Ame...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 9 July 1859

KROWiiJS ('()(! \l 11| ROB'a'. A. THOMPSON, Editor. k TKISM^.??1 .i?o per nimum. in atlvanco. If payment lto ?lol?yotl until aflertliecNpirntionnf >- the year, $2.0U For six month.*, To cents, in W udvnnce. j I, Advertisement* iii??ertc'l al the uhh.iI rates. PICKENS C. If., S. C.: Saturday Morning, July 9, 1859. Court'J'lic Coyrt ?T Ki|uity for this District, Chancellor Johnston presiding, litis boon in session this week. His Honor dispatched' the business of the term in i? lirin, dignified and impartial manner. There were on the dockets over fifty cases, which will give our loaders an idea of the increase of the business of this Court. Orders were made in nearly all of them by the Chancellor, who is i laborious in discharging his duty, as well as strict and able in his ruliugand decrees. His Honor loft us oi> Wednesday morning. The Weather Inst wcok we ha<l occasion to speak of tho weather on account of its intense warmth. N??w. boeause of its unusual coolness, it is more...

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 July 1859

The banking bouse of Messrs. l-'ullcr & Co., of Moorgato street, is to amalgnniutc at tbc end of ilie present month with tlint of Messrs. Tuple, Jiabury & Co., of Lombard Btreet. Land and Labor. The present extraordinary <1 mniul f.iv Ia l?or in the cotton States is mainly supplied J'roin Virginia, Kentucky and Missouri. Increased mthor than diminished hy the profits of agriculture during the four past years, it nt length causes sucn an amount of emigration from the Northern tier of slave States, thfit many begin to entertain the fear it will no reduce their population of bondmen as to vi v muni iiiiu iroe communities. Tliis? apprehension cannot he well f>..'idcd until the price of land begins toshow an> iked deeline in value i? those States. Agric.ultuiai capital at the.South consists of lands, labor ami its implements. The laml, however, is nearly valulcss without the labor to render it productive. If tho price of labor rises to such a point that the crops will no...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 9 July 1859

k&; a?oy.y?v. - 4 411 can!" Tci sir?wc know yon can p3| t . Wc rend it In your pye, Tliorc is h niVstio tuliamun ) Flmhtng uli gloriously! i Speaking it" out boldly; let it ting, i Tliero Js a volume there. There's nu-aning in the eagle's wing; Thou four, ami ?lo ami care! "I can!4' climb* to the mountain (up, Ami blow* I he billowy main. f i?, Ami 1 jt.s the hammer in the .shop, j ? Aiid ui ives the saw ami piano ; } 'Tist (earless in tho butili* shock, And always lends the van Of Young*. America's brave sons?? N ncv?f^Jinj?ile<U?ov ran. j can!" lie is a fiery youth, / V And " will" a brother (win : / And, nrn\ in nrin, in love and truth ; > t ' Tliey!lt cither die or win. Shoulder to shoulder, ever ready, All t'trin and fearless still The brothers labor?true and steady? I can"! and bravo " I will." I can!" e'en in his pleasure trips, Travels by telegraph, lie plumose."ytuttwy wings of ships, Ami never works by half. His music is the humming loom, Anil sullies are his dan...

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 July 1859

"TO THINK OWN SELF HK Tit UK, AN1) IT MUST FOLLOW, AS T11K NIGIIT TIIK DAY. THOU CANST NOT TIIl'.N RK FAl.SF. TO ANY MAN " HY ItOB'T. A. THOMPSON. PICKENS COURT HOUSE, S. C. SATURDAY, JULY 'M)y 183?). VOL. XI. NO. I. y?? _ . _ m ^iglLtEQTiE) IPOrraV, Tho Truth Loth Never Die. Though Kingdoms, States and Kmpires full, Ami dynasties decay : Though cities crumble into dust, Ami nations die away ; Though gorgeous towers ami palaces In heaps of ruin lie, Which once were proudest of the proud, The Truth tbjth never die ! We'll mourn ivnt o'er the silent past ; lis glories are not tied. Although its moil of high renown He nunifvered with the dead. We'll grieve not o'er what earth has lost, It cannot claim asigh ; For the wrong alone hath perished, 'I'hc Truth doth never die ! All of (lie Past is living still? All that is good and true; The rest hath perished, and il did i Deserve to perish, loo! The world rolls ever round and round, Alid lime rolls ovov 1?v Ati'l (ho wrong in over voole<...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 30 July 1859

KKOWEli COURIER. ROB T. A. THOMPSON, Editor. rr i ta TF.UMS.? $1 . >0 |?er Miiiiiiin. in advance. If payment bo delayed until niterthe expiration of the year, $"2.tX) For *ix montliH, 75 cents, in aJrancc. Advertisement* inserted nt tlie utninl rnte*. PICKENS C. H., S. C.: Saturday Morning, July 30, 1859. TM av tr i anu jjiuveuwi voiuiito. This number coniinoncos tlic eleventh volume of the (Joliuer, nn?l also the seventh your of our connection with it. The patronage of tho paper has gradually increased, until it is now fixcil upon a scouro basis.? To whatever this may bo owing, wo have the Hatisfaction of stating that it lias boon our constant aim and ambition to make it, from the lirst, worthy of the position it now occupies. Wo have no flattering promises to make r... ??.? r..? i>_!?;_i- - . IUIUIO. x nuuil'iu, HOI expediency, will be the rule of our action. The times are, however, both politically and socially, complex in their character, and we reserve to ourselves the ri...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 30 July 1859

jcct of the meeting was to revise the Constitution of tho Grand Lodge and Grand Chapter. ? Ca rol in ia 11. - ? Kxkcitkd.?"J'lio Newberry Conserv.itist informs us that Fauuy, the woman that ndininistcred the poison <o Mr. Stewart's 1AJJ !-i Mil. _ itiuiiiy nue va?vuiuu un i' riunjf liist. l IIR woman made a confession before she went to execution. Her object was to kill no one else but Mrs. Stewart, for the reason that <* she intended to visit her summer residence taking Fanny with her. The first dose of arsenic furnished her was accidentally dc- ! Ftroycd by failing into the lire. The sec- | ond was furnished to poison her mistress ! . tlie uext morning, by putting it in her choc- 1 olate, she being the only one, of the family i who draiiK this beverage. Having mixed the poison with the single dipper of water ! with which she intended making the chocolate, flic was called out of the. kitchen.? ! Mrs. WillvOcs, the housekeeper, entered in 1 licr absence, and, ns she supposed, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 30 July 1859

Deeds of Kindness. Suppose (lie little cowslip Should' hang its gulden ctlP. Ami say, " I'm hiicIi n tifiv flower IM bettor not grow up.' How inuny n weary traveler Would risk its 'mgrnnt smell : How ninny a little child would grieve To lose it front the dell. ?. . i ..... - 1 r>u|>i>osc ino listening ticw-drop I'pon ihej;ra?s should say, " What.can a litllodew-drop do? I'd heller roll itwny." The blade on wliiclt it rested Heforo the day was done. Without a drop to moisten it Would wither in (lie nun. Kupposc the little hrcer.es I'pon a summer's day, Should think themselves loo small to cool The traveler on his wnv Who would not miss I ho smallest And softest ones that blow, u And think tliev make n great mistake If I hey were talking so. How many deeds of kindness A little chiM may do, Although it has so little strength And little wisdom too; It wnnts a loving spirit Much more than strength, to provo How many things a child may do For others hy his lovo. VARIETY. A SICK R...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 6 August 1859

' " ' ' ' '''' ^ ~' ? -..II....I.. ? II. I -- - -~~-^l. .. .? "TO THINK OWN /SULF UK TllUK, AND IT MUST .FOLLOW, AS TIIF. NlflllT THE PAY. TltOU CAN ST NOT TU1CN HE FALSE TO ANY MAN." BY ROB'T, A. THOMPSON', PICKKNS COURT HOUSE, S. C. SATURDAY, AUGUST 0, VOL. XI. NO. ?. TH 1 rr-? /i?-\ c;?1 ft-" ff-tv l?? frf> TV7 I ...r..n.. _1 .1-- - ....... I " u aiu roe, u i/iv., King CottonIIY <1. I'. MU1MII8. ^ OKI <"ott6ti is khifj;, bo.vs?nlin ! Willi his locks so massive ami white I lie shines among kings like a star ! Ami his is the sceptre of right, lloavs, .of right, Ami his is the sceptre of right! it. OM Cotton, the king, has 110 care, No queen, ami 110 hciVtohis throne, No courtiers, his triumphs to share, 11 o rules Ins dominions alone, llovs. alone, lie rules his dominions alone ! mi. . Old Cotton, tlic merry old boy!? I.Ike smoke from I lie |>ij>e in Ids mouth, JI i s years glide away in their joy. At home, in tho warm sunny south, Hoys, the South, At home, in the wa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 6 August 1859

KEO W EE C0 U it I Kit.i . : I ROB T. A. THOMPSON, Editor. f" .* . . ! T Bit MS.?$'.oO per iiiiiiiiiii. in mlvanop. It' Jviyinpnt ho <I<O1IV0<I miiil after Hie expiration of tlit* vein. For .six month*, 7"? cents, in ml vii nop. Advertisement* iiiHiM-loil at ilio u?na1 rules. | PICKKXS C. K., S. C.: Saturday Morning, August 6, 1859. To the Press of the State. | Wo lmvo been requested by tlie Committee of Invitation of tlic Tunnel Ilill barbecue ami mass meeting to extend an invitation to the members of the press of the Stute to be present on the l'Jtli. A cordial welcome await? tlicm. The Quarterly Meeting. The quarterly meeting, eoiuinenecd bv the Methodist denomination at this place on Friday, closed the succeeding Sabbath afternoon. oouio six or more ministers were present, who labored with their usual warmth ami zeal.? The congregation* wore largo, especially on 1 the Sahhath: during which day, Hev. \V. A. j McSwain, the l'roaiding Klder jf the Cokes- | bury district, d...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 6 August 1859

lior mlntl" in regard to Canada. " l)cy| kin all talk about their freedom over ilar, ^ (pointing with a canc brake linger across -the blue water in the direction marked by the I'nion's wake,) but J'd a beep loycyer May with we deni down in old Kcntuck." t The entire party took the 11.550 A. M. ' train for ('iiioiunftti, happy in the thought that they were going home.?Cicvchunl > J)rntocr<i(. * > Herman Ouinica of the PeaoeThe following nrticlo, from the New i York Ahcn<l-Z< ituiuj gives i\ view of the ;^u>nec which is very common among the .(icrrnnn citizens ol' Now York. "The 11th of .July. 1 Sf)!); we rc*znul as the date of a new holy alliance. The :.n tervicw between Francis .Joseph ami Louio lxr_~ i ----- ' ? * tutifiy r*iim>iuuu musi ue viewed in connection j with the. meeting of 1<ouis X:ipoleon and ' the ; wir Alexander at Stuttgart. I'ossi-1 * My the " league of the three Kmperors " may exist a few years before its effects will become wholly apparent,...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 6 August 1859

POETfiftV. " MW.il>. J From the Homo Jomnttl. The Maid I LoVe< Tito intiiil I lovo lius violet eyef, Art'ih ro.ic-lwif li|>* i>l" rc"<l, ?he wflA's I In* moonshine rmiii'l her nrt-fc, The Mmxhliic roiin?l her lieiul ; A(ul ?ln? ix rich in every gi'iuv, Ami poor in every guile. Ami crowned kliijrs ini^hi envy me The splendor of lior smile. She walks I lie earth with Mich it grace rlic lilies (tit-it to , And waves rise tip to entch n glance Ami stir ilit* ijuicl brook : Nor ever will they rest a^ain, lliit chntter nsthey th>w. And babble ol Iter crimson lips And of Iter breast of snow. Ami e'en the leaves tij>o?i the trees Arc whispering tnles of licr, An?l lalllc till they grow no warm That, in the general .stir, They twiet them from the inotlier-hTnttchf Ami through the air they ify, Till, tainting with the love they fectj They flutter ilown uml ilie. And what is stranger still thnn all The wonders <>l' her grace, Jlcr mind's the only thing to match The g...

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