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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 21 October 1865

^ '"' v^'.' -'? -' ?'- ' ' 1 ' ?"-??'. . Oiierations of the Freedmen's Bureau. w- .??;?Sa?~<?* o?w* on Col, Samuel Thompson, Assistant ?Jommis si?norof ti feedmon'S affaira, iu en officiai communicntipu, fluted Vickeburg, September 1 ty whilst giving his return for August, soys the records in that part of Mississippi aro de stroyed, anS that persons are rqlnotant to sup ply the missing information. Ho states that' lip plantations are leased iu Louisiana?68 by blacks; also, 136 in Mississippi?113 of thom by whites, and 23 by blacks. There are 13,500 acres in eigl,ity-ohc plan tations in Louisiana and Mississippi leased to blaoks, and 52,800 acres in the samo States, in 170 plantations^ leased* t? whites. About *>nc-?ialf of the land leased to whites was aban doned, owing to'the overflow of the Mississip pi. A tremendous pressure-is being brought ..tabear, by tho returned citizens of all classes tP get possession of their property. They aro . constantly writing to the President ...

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 October 1865

':*>' . )f>,T?Vv... *' i'-';?-"-.-- *> ?'* J"_!J .. -ITC1.J1. - ! i' .'f.'i ....'-...UJ Down by the River Side. Down by the. rivor side stray ,^ As twilight shadows ologo, . [ ' And th.e soft mugi? Jr* tho spray, * Lulls nature to reposo ; ' Boside tho stream ? maidon dwells? My stai? of cvpntido ! . I?uro as tho* water lily-bolls, Dpwn by tho rtveis aide. DpWn t^y tho river sido I own, AHr?asure worth th? sea, In ono, to all the world unknown, ? Who's all tho world to me. Soon, In Iror oarly bloom and glow, She is to be my bride, jVhero tho swoot water-lilies grow, ?) Down by tho vivov side. A Viotim of Mirthfulness I ' * "BY A LADY. I may safely say that the organ bf mirthful-' nces has boon tho cause of most of the misfpr-v tunes of my lifo. While stilf a small child I exhibited tho propensity of laughing at any thing whioh struck me as being ludicrous, no matter where, whemor how it was: . At ono' time, I went to' a funeral with iriy mother. It was tho funeral of a youn...

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 October 1865

BY TO THINE OWN SELF BK TUUE, AND IT MUST FOLLOW, AS THE IIOB'T. A. THOMPSON & CO. iummMmnmt i fm* m) mm i m j '-_ ^ M I I - - rn Milli II I I I I i i n II irn ri . m.mi mniii PICKENS COURT HOUSE, S. C. SATURDAY, JULY 27, 1801. NIGHT THE DAY, THOU NO. 5& POETRY. PROCRASTINATION. ,. , If fortuno, with a smiling fu ce, Strew roses on our way, When shall we stop to pick them up? v . -day, my love, to-day. But should she frown with face of care, And talk of coming sorrow, When shall we grlevo, if grieve we must ? . To-morrow, love? to-morrow. 4 If.thoso who've wronged us own their faults, Ami kindly pity pray, "When shall we listen and forgive ? ? To-day, my love, to-day. But if stern judgmont urgo rebuke, 'V ' And warmth from memory borrow, . Whonshall wo chide, if el?do wo dare? To-morrow, Ioyo, to-morrow. Tf those to whom we owe a debt, Arc% harmed- unless wo pay, When shall we struggle to be just? V ' To-day, my love, to-day. But if our debtor fail our hopo, " And plead his ...

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 October 1865

?l? la? ROB'T. A. THOMPSON, Editor. . A. Thompson, W.H. Holoorabc R. Young, PROPRIETORS. _____ ?? ?.1 - ' " i "7~ E, .?Ono Dgtftraud Tw.enty-nye Cent? for six months, in advance. Provision aleo taken in pay menj!, at the market rates. M&T Advertisements ineerted;at $1 per square for the Arat insert ion, and 60 conte for eaoU jsabsc-. quent insertion; cash or provision. M@F~ Obituary Notices exceeding five'lines, Trib utos of'Respect, Gommunioations of a personal ohiAaoter, and Announcements of Candidates, will be ch?rged for,as advertisements. ? Ygy* Job Printing executed with neatness and despatch, for,cash or provision. # jj^a>"" Necessity compels 'us to adhore strictly to the requirement of cash payment. PICONS C. IL, S. C: Saturday Horning, Ootober 28, 1866. AGENCIES. , Messrs. John B. SittoN, Rowland & Knaupf, Pendleton* Dr. Norman and I). Biemann, Walhalla, will act as Agents for ' the Courier; receiving subscriptions cither in cash or provision. So, likewise, will*...

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 October 1865

From the Greenville Mountaineer. Hie Excellency Governor Perry lifts givon ,u? tho privilege of using for p?blioation tho following documents :' failure of Office of Provisional ? over nor. " Department of St ate, ) " Wasiitn?ton, Sept.> 29th, 1865,J . 4{ His Excellency B. E. Perry, Provisional Governor of th? State of South Carolina : Sir-?I have had the hbnor to receive, and I have submitted to the President your lotter of August 28th, in which you stato, " I de , .?ire to bo instructed as to my ddty after the State Convention of South Carolina shall have formed a State Constitution abolishing slavery and popularizing the organic laws of the Stato. It is probable that the' Convention' will pro vide for ?ne election of members .of the Legis lature and the election of Governor by the poople on the sccpnd Monday in October," * and in whioh you solicit nnswers to the ques tion's : When these elections have taken place is it my duty to convene this new Legislature * as Provisional G...

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 October 1865

ivyfTCir^Tr'T a - " To the Mu?e. _ How bowtiful this ero nite, i How brito the fltarz du ?hi?e, AU nater sloops in trankilnise But this loane hart of mine, Olir dog b?a Uwit a-barkin' now At fellers passin' by, HozO gazin' at the far off muno With cam and pla?id i. vuiu the, thou pall face thing, A hanging in the skize, Upwards on wild untramled wing, Mi thauts outs dust and llize. 0 kud I kwit this klod of kin, And sore abuy the croud, > ? ? ? Ide biii?i mi solo in heggstasy In yonder floasy cloud. How kan the poiU? Inborn sole . Mix with earth-? .vulgar cru? Would it not rather Hi away And hydc from mortal vu. . . Ah yes ! had I a pare of wings , To go to yonder nume, 1 guess ido jest as soon sta thar From now until ncx Juno. And thar a-roving up and down Thru purty. ilowrs ide go,. Or lietcu to the tinklin' rills Wot fyom thc,mountings flo. Soeute. The service yendered the South by volun teer scouts has.oftdn beon of the most impor tant character. One stormy night, early in th...

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 November 1865

jBY R. A. T??OHPSON'? CO.] = ] ?Sy'T?i? ?fri^mli o? Ilon. .F. ?. /, . ?_; , * . JtEK?P rospeotjully announce him Cnndidato * To thine own self be true, and tt must follow, as thpx a 8eat hi tho Congress of tho United States, at ^' _ jhe next election. -t^=B ?? i- i October ?2, 1805 6 , . tf PICKKNS C. II., a, I . v. to ani/ man.11 Oommiixiioeutioris. FOU THE C0URIBR. ' ' The Division of Pickens. Mr. Editor : I e?e in the last issue of the Courier" the form of a petition, which is to be "circulated for signatures, and then pre sented to the Legislature." It betrays the ignorance of the author, be hiiuVhom ho may, and duplicity too glaring. He says " that tino body of this population resides on the Tu galoo and Saluda?and the streams flowing re spectively into those rivers." In the uomo of Heaven, where else would they reside, as tho District is bounded on tho east by the Saluda, and by the Tugaloo on the west ; consequent-^ ly, all the waters or streams within the Dis trict flow into...

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 November 1865

l HOB T, A. THOMPS?rf, Edito?. . a. Thompson, W. . ttoloomhe, R. Young, i- 1 IL .proprietors +-?vHr*- ' ? ? ?*~"?r~p? TERMS.- -One Dollar and Twonty-five Conte for 8?x months, in advanoe. Provision aleo takou in payment, at t.Ho markot rates. , flQT* Advertisements inserted at $1 per square for the first insertion, and GO cents for each subse quent insertion, oash or provision. jg?* Obituary Notice? exoecding five Unos, Trib S'es of Respect, Commtmications of a personal awiotor, and Announcements, pf Candidates, -will be charged for ae advertisements. JSQp Job Prit?ting^executed- whh neatness and despatch, for oash or provision. ??* Necessity compels us to adhere strictly to the requirement of cash payment. PICKENS C; H., S* C. : Saturday Morning, November 11, ,1800. "Justice." The communication of "Justice" nppears on our first page. ' It is doing nothing moro than justiqek^ the author of tho petition to eay, that he is at present absent from the dis ?riot. l?e is fully able to giv...

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 November 1865

33^L ?%/'. * , ' ' .. . '.' '?/ * " . .<A.?.? .-. '& ' 5, . ' ' Vi / Ii ' ' * '-' ' ' * Secretary Sc ward Delivers an Address. Nsw York, October 21.?rSoorotary Se ward yesterday delivered an address to the \jh oltizoos of Auburn. After congratulating the nhiiiftrv upon the return of poaoe, ho referred to Anclrcw Johnson, saying, that iu tho open ing of the rebellion jit was necessary. that a popular loader should arise on behalf ot the country ; a man from a hesitating border Statp, a slaveholder iu practice though not in princi ??le, and yet in principle and association a Icinoorat, Andrew Johnson, with the consent of the whole-American people, assumed the groat responsibility. * * President Lincoln announced that 'slavcry should bo treated as a'public enemy. An drew Johnson indorsed 'the announcement.?* The attomptod revolution culminated when our national bannoi* was successfully replanted in Tennessee; from that time, though it was ' ?nocessary to prosecute the war With s...

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 November 1865

P?ETBY^ yriendehip. Timo spent with you is surely pleasant, The moments fly so lost ; The fu tuvo ones aro quickly prosent, The present soon are past. Time always moves with tardy measuro, When hoarts are ill at oaso ; But friendship yields such real pleasure, 'The flight of time none sees. I,' ;'?/ '" ' ??.? '. . ., As moments spent with friends are sweeter, We wieK they long, would stay ; But, then, they always seem nmoh fleeter, And sooner pass away. Thus, by your friendly conversation, I find myself bereaved Of time, whioh then to my vexation, Had passed quite unporoeived. Headquarters Assistant Commissioner, bureau refugees', freedmen ") And -Abandoned Lands, S. C. & Ga: Charleston; S. C, Got. 19, 1865. ) . Circulan No. 5. I. Tho impression prevails to a great ex tent among the freedmen that on tho first of January, 1806, the U. S. Government is to give them lands?homesteads of forty acres1? and that for the coming year it is not necessa ry for them to contract with their f...

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 November 1865

lu Ja/(?) WT JJ ? (fl '(I) J?J. Ju'J^,, Jil ?J <l 5ft> //ii'/ic i>?-? self be true, and it must follow, <is thc uiyht tfie <Uit/r rfi?u c?n'st not then be fid se. to uni/'man." # PI CK KN S 0. II.,* S. C., SATUlt|^ ? i i ' ? fr.? ..' fe V . i ? ... l 1 . .. . JJY K. A. THOMPSON & CO.] . [VOL.. I-NO, Hi J VARIE TY. ; From Europe. Thi following article from the London ?? V Tunes " will interest our readers : - ''? It is very much tobe regretted that Hie American Government, having successfully .' brought to Conclusion tho great war in which it has been engaged, and having decided on ; a policy in regard to thq.South full of magna nimity and conciliation, and calculated, if any thing can, to heal tho wounds left behind it by tho Into fearful struggle, should not have * buried thematehet aUoget'hey. On her West, the great ftepublio is still engaged in a fearful conflict with the T.ndians, and on the East her Minster is directed to" stir up fresh elements of strife^ an...

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 November 1865

TsI? illifiS ROR'T A. TH?MPSOW. Editor. % K. A. Thompson, W;H. Holcombe, R. "Youn?, ' i PltOPlUKTOKS. TE H MS.-One Dollar and Twcnty-tivo Couts for six month*^ in advance Provision also taken ita payment, at tho roVket ratos. "S?1 AdYcrtisoments.insertcd at' $\pov square for tlie first insertion, and 50 couts for each subse quent insertion, cash or provision. > figjf. Obituai*y Notices exceeding five linos, Trib utes of Respect, Coinmunioations of a personal character, and A'mmnncomcrits ot' Candidates, will be clmrgcd for as advertisements. #3^* Job Printing executed with aeat;iess; nnd doapatoh, for eash or provision. ?gy Necessity* compels us to adhere strictly io tho requirement of each payment. ? ' PICKENS C. H., S. C.:> \ ^._ .. ?_8atnrday Morning, November 35^ 1865^ . . * Bate Papers. 'fc A, B> BOWJ^N, Esq., will accept our thanks for late-Columbia papery. Mr. P. BISCHOFF also hasour thanks for New- Yodv "Herald " of thc 2d"instant. The Election. Tho election for mem...

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 November 1865

?>??- m II mwi? iiiiii in i II i '??; <>?.I'ftminMm -ry, (> ?? (GKLJE) A.?NT 1STIGrS.^ I . I^'-- Tho 'Minutes of tho- tfork'Baptises-1 tis aooiatiou have baan printed'ut this Office, and I (<gPAMi ' j aro. now ready for distribution. 'v?8fc;' I'tt Charleston, on the 9th instant, ' cotton; declined 3 to 4 cents per pound, v 100 i bales mj.ddling'to good middling sold at 44 to 4'5 cents per pound. * jSSfr- In New York, au tho 10th, cotton declined 2 cents per pound. ?Sales of 2,000 .bales were made at 50 to 61 cents per pouud\ x Gold rated at 1401. ' Jf??y* Capt. "Wira was executed at Washing ton on i\\a 10th instant. He protested his iunoeeuoe to the fast. Tho charge of .cquspir ? ! ?tey which tho Court found against him'in cludes the names of Kx-President Davis, Sec retary Seddoa?, Lieu. Ho Wei I Cobb, and Gen. ' Windor, (now dead.) j . . Wells has been elected Governor, and Voorhoos, Lieutenant Governor of Louisiana. Democratic Congressmen and Legislature aro also el...

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 November 1865

jMMMW??MMM?<Mi?ii?i?i?iiT^?r??.a>i????t*ai?"ii<r?<?Miiiw??|iiiwM?."*M'/? " ---.-T-iTT-r1 *. ; 'From {he Rome (Georgia)'Courier. Sill Arp on the State^ of the Country. "Sweet lana of liberty, of thee I sing." No* much J don't, not ut this time. If there's, -phything sweet about liberty in this part of the moral vineyard, I can't sec it Thc land's good eiiuf, and I wouldn't mind hearin a hyme or two about thc dirt I live on, but as for Und ing'sugar and'liberty in Georgy soil, it's all a mistake. Howsutncver, I'm hopeful. I'm much calmer and serener , than twas a few months ago. I begin to feel kindly to all people, except sorne. I'm now cudeavorin to bea great national man-* I've taken upa luottoe of no ?orth, no South, no East, no . West; but let me tell you, my friend, I'll bet. , o? Dixio as long ns I've got a dollar. Its no hann to ruu both skcdules. In faktits high ly harmonious' to do to. I'm* a good Union . reb, and my battle cry aro Dixie and tho Union. j But you ...

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 December 1865

BY ?TO THINE OWN SELF BK TUUE, AND IT MUST FOLLOW, AS THE IIOB'T. A. THOMPSON & CO. iummMmnmt?i?fm*?m)?mm i m j '-_ ^ M I I - - rn Milli II I I I I i i n II irn?ri?. m.mi mniii PICKENS COURT HOUSE, S. C. SATURDAY, JULY 27, 1801. NIGHT THE DAY, THOU NO. 5& /. POETRY.^ Earth is Beautify. . Tho following poom (says tho Now York " Ev* ning.Post") was'written by tho young daughb {fifteen years old) of a prominent* niordhaut i > New York: <: V When the morning star is setting; j . And tho Bast is flushed with light, When tho rising ?Un announces ' Tho departure of thc night, v.*.;/ EaVth is beautiful ! " .;.'t *" - When tho sunset fires are gleaming O'er thc tops of distant hills, And the yellow rays are streaming On-tho merry mountain rills, Earth, is beautiful | When tho dusky twilight deepens; * * And the shadows longer grow, ". Or the moonlight, pale and'fiitting, Bathos iii silver ult below, Earth is beautiful ? In t\\fi .windy, wild. March' weather, When thc-snowSaro a...

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 December 1865

ROBT. A. THOMPSON, Editor. * ft. A/Thomp?nnF W^H.Soi?yjbu^E.ltoungi JT?RSi ?o TISH M S.-O?x^'pBUf and Twenty-live Corete for six inotiths, in1 ?dVanoo. Provision also taken payment, at the market'Va tos. ^ ' ?&?* Advertisements ins?rtod at $1 per square ! for the; first insertion, and 60 cents for oach subse ? <^uint insertion, cash or'provuiio?. JJ@r ObituauNotices ex?efldjrJg'five lines, Trib utes of Respect Communications of a po?soiml character, and /mnounoemcntB of Ca&dUlateS, will bo charged fgr as advertisements. " j?&y? Job Printing executed'with*n??t?ess and despatch,-foy cash pr provision. ' jg?^'Necessity oompels us to" adhere "strictly to the requirement of "cash payment. %. SaturdaV: Morning, December 8, l???. ; '_!_-??r?A-:.-._.-,-, .' -.-?i V?.r?-r-??--7-ygg--* *U ' C&SH! # Wo wish it distinctly understood that o?r terms for subscription, Advertising ana job, work, esl, ! _.j . Late tapers. Mr.* BWDEN bat? again favored Us with late C?lumb?? popers;...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 2 December 1865

! two thou.,aud nine hundrc?>?<Miitcch ,?vt3s in Now York,;of Whom two Thousand'and ?V? ^ hundred* fell iu tho lust aameo^yea*. THE COTTON Moy$j^?.-r*r?^u? ourrent week, sayafthe Ne* York ? Time> V of 11th ' of Novoiubor, tho receipts of cotton at this port have amounted to *24,304 bibles j . sales and reales, to 15 SOO bales ; ?and export* to ?7,ST)7 bales, leaving a?) available t\tpck;on hand and on shipboard' not cjeared. -411 this tn ar kel of about 170,000-bales, worth,! $34.? i \-S * * ,:: .if'fa ,000|p00 in lawful money,. at au, avon ige of $2(TO^bale: Middling gVadcs had fallen to ?Opf a 51c. a pound on ^Thursday, but ra?jliec| N to 51o. a 52c. a pound at thc olose of buslrkoss yesterday, on a decidedly, active inquiry ttbr home use and shipment^ v v. ' A At all the shipping ports,', from Sept.4i<V tho hipest mail-adates, the receipts of cottotv %, ?roached about 400,000 bales, against exportai . Millie same period, of about 185,000 bides,' , leaving,au estimated...

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 December 1865

_j II ri ? - ?i.iwii?MKuyi?itiiwtiwr???'^.JW. . Th|. folidwing o?rious article" is takoh from an English ue.wapaper of tho year X?74, and is there ^siied^^g^ J. TU? PERPETUAL ALMANAC; . - .' V ou> ' . SOLDIfffS PRAYER-BOOK, BY HCHARD LANE/' A Primate "Soldier, belonging to the Forty . ?econd lieqimcnt* who was taken before tte Jtfayor of GlasCOwy for playing cards during Divine Seiyice. Tbje sergeant cor?toa?^ed the soldiers .-tb; church, and when the ?hjrson rend the praycra he took his text. TlrolV vtPh ' ?:d a $Wt? took it out; but this soldier'".r.M n<sit]\pm$i% ble nor a common prayerbook: but p\uHcg' out) a pack of cards, ho sp'rtdd thepvOiit before hin), tye first looked at one carland then at tbjO. other.' .Tho sergeant pf the jompauy saw himandsai^: ?'^?'.'' Richard, put up the cards; this? ??P-ho p??be fojHP?^ 1 * "'NoVer^ir?d; that," said Richard !M?y%-W?ioft tho sorvice was over tl.ro constable ', "took Richard prisoner, and brought him before thc Mayor. \ ? V^eib....

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 December 1865

_JLU_'-L1.1 ll1.1_' .'J-i-l..-._'lilil? I. ",1 J.'I )// -re f?? m <4 2b //ti?? oxen self bc true, and it must fotloio, as thc nigfy the ??yf thou can*Bt not then bc falsa to a?iy man.*9 BF ll. A. THOMPSON &-CO.] - ! ? PICKENS C. H., S. C., SA|\??U)AY, DE?EMWEII 9, 1805. ' .-, '. '. --.-1111 ? i ' 111 M , i. .... ju.a-i-'i'i^itX?m^?^ ?.:.:^ ,?>. V.'J.J .s'.:^i;.t!ij^:.xi^ V fi [^?L. I-NO. m MIS?ELLAN-YV Message of Gov. Perry. EXF?UT?VB DEI?AKTMKNT, f So?Tii CAUOIJ?A, November 27, 1865. To the ?onorabl? the Senate and'House c r 'Representatives ; . ; Gentlemen : In obedience to your dir?4 ? tions, I forwardod. to the Secretary of State -Certified copy of tho ratification of the Cot gressional amendment of tho Constitution c the United Stades abolishing slavery: I ha previously telegraphed Mr. Soward that th amepdment had been adopted by you,. and i reply ho stated that " the President and th . ' whole couirlry are gratified that South Carob n? has accented the Congressional ...

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 December 1865

EOB'T. A. THOMPSON, Edita. E.A. Thompson, W.H. Holcombe, ft. Young, PROPRIETORS. TE H MS.-G?<^jDoiiaf and Twonty-ftre C?i?ts for six months, in advauoe. Provision aleo taken in paymont, at tho market ratos/ 4?@Ti Advertisements inserted afc $1 per square for the Qrs^jLnsertion, aud 50 oouts for ouch.subse quent insertion, cash or provision. J5$gr Obituary Notices oxocodiug fl ve lines, Trib utes of Respect, Communications of a personal character, and Announcements of Candidates, will bo oharged for as advertisements, Job Printing executed with neatness and ,dsspatoh, for cash or provision. . _ Necessity ?aompols us* to adhere strelly to tuotfequircmon'Pof cash paymont.. PICkENS C H., S. C.: Saturday Morning, December 9, 1865. ADVANCE PAYMENT 1 We wish it distinctly understood that our tormo for ?ubscription, advertising and job work, arc advanc? payme?t, in all cases, cither in provision or cash I JEST Mr. W. H. D. GAILLARD wiU aoccpt our thanks.for Columbia papers. We are. indeb...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
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