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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 19 May 1866

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. . Who will Care for Niggers Now ? TA*01>T ON WHO WILL CAllK FOR .MOTHEU NOW ? List to me plantation niggers, While I in dis mud hole lie, Though I tool starvation's vigors, Let mo say a \\ord and die. Triggers, does dis loqk like frcedum, 1 can't see it any how ; (Black's am fools, and white folks lead 'em, But who cares for-niggcrs now ? Look here niggers ; I am dying, Seo thc death-sweat on my brow ; Dis am frcedum; no msc crying : ? Who will care for niggers now ? :?ome say niggers good as white folks, Gizzard foot, and Hbo shin ; ? Don't beliebe it ; tis a tight Joke ; Handsome, but you can't come in ; Well, you Ebod on old plantation, Earning wid a sweating-brow, Plenty cloth'**, and plenty rations, But who ...

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. — 19 May 1866

ffWg i WWW11 . ".H."??? ? "- -L. J-'J i'ALi'l^'U!.' B?B'T. A. THOMPSON, Editor. fe. A. Thompson, W. If. Holcombe, Il. Young, PROPRIETORS. TIS RMS.-Ono Dollar and Twenty-five Cents or six months, in advanoo. Provision also taken in pay mont, at the market rates. JHSr* Advertisements inscrtod at $1 per squaro for the first insertion, aud 50 ocnts for eaoh subse quent insertion, oash or provision. ?gy? Obituary Notices oxocediug five linos, Trib utos of Respect, Communications bf a.personal character, and Announcements of Candidates, will bo charged for as advertisements. 10?* Job Priuting executed with neatness and despatoh, for oash or previsi?n. , g?T" Necessity compels us to adhero strictly to tho requirement of o?sh payment. PICKENS C. H., S. C. : Saturday Morning, May 10, 1866. j?is?r Cotton was quoted in New York on tho . 14th, at 34 to 35. Cold, 30g. g?3T Wo arc requested to state that thc haute of Dr. O. M. DOYLE was uniufcntional ly omitted from the " Fee Dill " published com...

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. — 19 May 1866

* y i . . DR. A. J. ANDERSON YITILL give strict attention to tho PRACTICE Ol TT -TUYSIC in all its various brunches. CUAROKI SIB AMONA U I, K. OFFICE : PICKENS C. H. May IO, 1800_85_tf_ TO BRIDGE BUILDERS. WE WILL LET, to tho lowest bidder, on Mon day the 28th inst., at 1 o'olock, p. m., pre .oisely, the REPAIRING of tho covered Eridge ovei Keoweo River. Tho plan and specifications wil be made out, nnd the Contractor will bo required ito give bond and security for tho performance ol thu work in A given time. J. A. PALLING ER, DANIEL HUGHES, Jommissiou?rs. Moy 14. 1806 ._35_^_2_ TUE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, 1'takoiM-lu Equity. Elizabeth E. Hester, ] Amended Rill foi by hov next friend, Construction ol vs. ? Will, Discove?'y, JRiz'b'th Hester, Ex'trix.et.als. J Acc't, Relief, &o. IT appearing to my satisfaction that Maliuda Hes tor, Stephen C. Hester, Laura A- Hester and Mary E. Hester, defendants in this cuse, reside without tho limits of this State: Ou motion ol McGowan*& Ad...

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. — 19 May 1866

VARLETY. [From the New York Herald.] Public Feeling in the South-Advice to Southerners. Tho people of the South aro ohafing, a good dual auder tho suffering, huiniliutiuu uud dis abilities their rebellion has brought on thom. We hear this from many aud reliable sources of information, and wo regret to hear it, bc causo the exhibition of ill temper or hatred to tho people of tho North will do them hann. Nursing their prejudices and foolishly sneer ing at or turning their baoks on " Yar^kec8>!, is not ouly childish, but ruiuous and danger oils to' themselves. Nothiug1 can or will be used so effectively against them by tim radicals of this section of the country. The whole question of restoration to their former status in the Union turns upon the disposition-they man vf ebt toward their conquerors-toward those in nhose hands their destiny lies. /They are, in a certaiu sense, in a state of probation, to see how they will behave. How important it is then, that they should consider the...

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. — 26 May 1866

I ..li.. MHB MB I-Mg?.J. L-! 'J.'.ll ....J.j..-L-I'JL1.1 ?".-J..'??>?,". JL.aJ^All.'jXiiiJlUJi.a^ilJill JUBL.jj._l..JLJUL<?i>-..?.. Ll.HJJ.'.lll. ".".JJ.. "Li_?l l.U!1? HBgWee ^..J.JLAM .1J ?-L.-JJ .-il <4 5Po ?/une own self be true, ?iid -it must foliote, as the night tht BY R. ?. THOMPSON & CO.] P?OKENS C. H., S. C., SATUR] day, thou- can'st nut then bc false to any man." AY, MAY 20*, 1800. [VOL. I-NO. au. POETRY. Words of Kindness. Ever speak in tonos of kindness To the sad and woary heart, Never let au unkind answer Cause the bitter tear to start ; For how many spirits broken, Crushed beneath a world of care, 11 avo been cheered by kind words spoken, Choer'd their weary load to bear. None the human soul can fathom, i None its mysteries can explore ; 'Tis a wonderful creation Launched on Time's eventful shore ; And while earth its wings s?mil trammel, Few thc pages we may read, Hut in glory wo may view it When from mortui vesture freed. Like an instrument of music...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 26 May 1866

HUSH iBD^MMu EOB'T. A. THOMPSON, Editor. B. A. Thompson, W. K. Holcombe, R. Young, PROPRIETORS. TER MS.-Ono Dollar and Twenty-five Cents for six montha, in advance, provision also taken in payment, at tho market rates. MtgT Advertisements inserted at $1 per squavo for tho first }nsortion, arid 50 cents for each subse quent insertion, cash or provision*, ?*?y- Obituary Notices exceeding five lines, Tria ntes of Respect, Communications of a personal character, and Announcements of Candidates, will bo ohargod for as advertisements. Job Printing executed with neatness and despatch, for cash or provision. USP* Nceossity compels t\s to adhere strictly to the requirement of cash payment. PICK?NS.C. IL, S. C.: Saturday. &OTW?D&, May 28, 1866. Obituaries more than five lines in length, aro charged for as advertisements. The one handed iu last, week comes under this rule. ggf Head the explanation and address of G ou. EASLEY on our first pago. It is a stroke in thc right direction. IGg...

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. — 26 May 1866

JO??S. & SEABORN. ALL PERSONS indebted to the late finn of JoneB Si Soaborn uro requested to make immediate payaient to the subscriber, who has the Notes and Accounts in his possession, and isnlonc authorize i to collect and receipt for the annie. GEO,. SEABORN. Pendleton. May 17, 1800 30-8 [From tho Anderson Intelligencer.] DRS. CRUMLEY AND ANDERSON. Editor of Intelligencer : Many citizens who have already been brought as low in a pecunia ry point of v! as it seems possible t^o reduce nonce prospi > .? people, feel themselves fur ther aggrieved by tho recent notion of the " Medical Hoards " of Anderson and Picketts Districts. Thoy, therefore, take pleasure in ac knowledging their obligations tn Dr?. Crumley and Anderson, for the liberal and independent course they have seen proper to pursue, and in vite more Crumley's and Anderson's to come to their aid, a? most of our former esteemed M. D.'s have "Resolved" thcmselvn? out of busi ness. PROTESTOR. May 22, 1800 _ 3G__l__ The ...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 26 May 1866

? Terribly Sublime Spectacle. A jet of lava of more stupendous, propor tions tiny, any ever coucoived of, is described by Mr. Coan in tho " Houolulu Friend " of February, in Ins account of the eruption of Manua Loa; on the Island pf Hawaii : The eruption commenced near the aumin it of thc mountain, and ?only five or BIX miles southeast of the eruptiou in 18-13. Vox two days this summit orator sent down its burn ing floods along tho northeaster^slope of thc m?untaiu j. then suddeuly the vale closed, and the groat furnace apparently ceased blasfc.-^-r After thirty-six hour? the fusta was seen bursting out of the eastern side of the moun tain, about midway from the top of the base. It would seem that the summit lava had .found a subterranean, tunnel, for half way down the mountain, when coining to a weak poiut, or meeting with sonic obstruction, it purst up vertically, sending a column of iri , candescent fusia ono thousand feet high into the air. This lire jet was about one hundred fe...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 2 June 1866

? ^ . . . . V <. ' ' " Jt . . . ; .m ?? ,_tJ j, g -- LL i . i j. .rr - i -T-'I-TI Tf r-nn.-i-i ame M1|^X*? - f ? ? ? g gass.?N?**....^^^^-?!..?^ Ml iE g" U fl fl Bf, " To thine own seif be true, an<jl it must follow, as (he night (he day, thou can'st not then le false to any man'1 BY R. A. THOMPSON & CO.] PIOKENS C. H., S.'C, SATURDAY, JUNE 2, 1866. [V?L. I-NO. ST. "POETRY. * -^ What is a Year. What jg a year? 'Tia but a wave On life's clark rolling sircom, -Which is so quickly gono that we * Account it but a dream. "Tis but a Ringle, earnest throb Of Time'B"5&ld^irou heart, Which tirolessqsi ?ndi?trong as when It first with life (TiU'Siart. . What, is a year ? 'Tis but a turn Of Time's,old brazen wheel, Or but a pago upon tho book Whioh deaf must shortly seal. " . *Tis but a step upon thc road Which wo must travol o'or ; A few more steps and we shall walk Lifo's weary rounds no move._ Inter-State Courtesies. In ??larch last, his Excellency Governor Orr addressed ri co...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 2 June 1866

Illllllll ROBT. A. THOMPSON, Editor; ^ tar". ?1 : . sasses . ? a :.. .'-TTC^ZTT' -r-'f ?1 ? .n^rrrz----- . B. A. Thompson, W.H. Holcombe, R. Young, PROPRIETORS. ". ? , TE R MS.-One Dollar and Twenty-five C8nts for six months, in advance. Provision also taken in payment, at tho market rates. ? J&QF* Advertisements inserted at $1 per squaro for tho first insertion, and 60 cents for oaoh subse quent insertion, eash or provision. fi^* Obituary Notices cxcecdiug five lines, Trib utos of Respect, Communications of a porsonnl oharacter, and Announcements of Candidates, will be ohargod for as advertisements, .8?*J,ob Printing oxocuted with nootiicss and 'despatch, for cash or provision. S&T Necessity compels us to adhere strictly to tho roquireraoht of cash payment. PICKENS C. H., S. C. : Bahirday Morning, June 2, 1866. JtgT Thc members qf the Legislature, from this District, are requested to meet at this placo on Salcday in July uext, to scleot a youth to enter tho University of So...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 2 June 1866

1 M-P--<-i-I IM fm&*m \mim W.? in? Ul? il ? -w* I.O.O.F. ALL BROTHERS Of THIS ORDER aro respectfully invjted to attond a mooting at Manon?0 Hall, at Walhalla, on the 16th day of Juno next, at t ??plock, p. tn,, for tho purpose of establishing a Lodge ot" Odd Follows, LOUIS WERNICKE, Jil EN RY IIENKE, ? . JOHN ANSEL, Members of tho Order. ll yr?l?ia?l?; May 2ft. 1860_- _ 37-2 EEA? THIS ! ?LL PERSONS indebted to tho Estufe of James . Lay, deceased, will savo coSt by settling off their Notes before Return Day. Thoso having de mands against this Estitto will please present them, ' legally attested, to W, A. LAY, Ex'or. May 28, 1800 _'* Sl%toMAl FOU ?SH. TEKT in .my Phuza during Court week, by an J unknown person, a SADDLE, which tho owner can have by proving property and pitying for tilts advertisement. II. A. H. GIBSON. Picketts C. H., May 28, 1800 , 37-tf " '"DR. A. J. ANDERSON ?ILL give strict af tontlon to. tho PRACTICE OF, PHYSIC ia all its various brunches. CHA ito KS llKAS...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 2 June 1866

?f'i,_ ...VL .1. 8 m -.-----.- ^sA MISCELLANY. Confession and Death of an Army Chaplain. M. M. Potnoroy, the able editor of tho " La Crosse (Wisconsin) Deinoorat,) gives tho fol lowing death-bed scene, which he was, oalled i to visit in a recent trip to Chicago : Tp.o Rev. Henry Cannard, an ex-array chap lain, who loft off expounding the Bible and re cruiting for the Saviour, and by ondorsing tho nigger and abolitionism became an army chap lain in ono of tho Wisconsin regiments, passed from life to a home beyond a blossed immor tality, tho other day, aud thus shuttled oif his mortal coil. A 'physician had oalled on him two or three times a day for a month,- doctoring him for an ague, brought on while stealing cotton in Arkansas, while with Clon. Curtis. On learn ' ing that tho ex-minister and ex-chaplain would hardly live the night out, wc called with the physician. In a little wooden looking room not over twelve feet square, -in an obsouro boarding house in Chicago, wc found the in...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 9 June 1866

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& POET JR/Y". My Mothb*^ Voice. TU?re's music in thc autumn wind, Around (lie dripping oaves; Amd whtro its pinions stop to piny, Among the tullen leave*. Tk?re'H umsio iu tho river's flow, Along th? pebbly shore, Wheu all the wiuds hay? gono to sloop, Aud boughs swayed ao more. There'? musio iu the orlcket's ?nug I hem* through evening shade, And in thc low distant herds, Returning from the glade. There's music in the household COUCH That greet the sad or gay, And in ibo laugh of hmoccuco Rejoicing iu its play. Rut there's music sweeter far lu memory (hau this The music of my mother's voico Now in the land of bliss. A music limo may never still I bear it iu my dreams, When all thc fondness of her fnco Ouce more upon me beams...

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 June 1866

ROB'T. A. THOMPSON, Editor. K A. Thompson, W.H. Holcombe,lt. Young, PROPRIETORS. 'J?H'R MS.--.0no Dollar nod Twenty-five Cen't_. for six months, in ndvnnoo. Provision also taken . In paymont,:nt.tikmnrkct rates. S&ijf" Adverttsomonts inserted at $1 per squnro for thc first Insertion, und GO ?onts for each subse quent insertion, oaph or'provision. Itjgjr ObitilarylNotiooB exceeding five lines, Trib utes of Respect, Communications of ti pcrsoual oharaoter, and Aunouncomonts of Candidates, will bo charged fonns advertisements. tgff* Job Printing executed with neatness nnd despatch, for cash or provision. flSS?* Neoosslty ooinpols us to adhere strictly to tho rocptirear^t of caslr payment. PICKENS C. H., S. C. : Saturday Morning, June 0, 1808. The Enlargement. Tho COURIER appears this week in an en larged form, and improved somewhnt in ap pearance.. The paper, on which it printed, is superior to' that heretofore used, and has added no UUlo to tho expense of the enlarge ment. It has ...

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 June 1866

RECEIPTS. Tho following persons havo paid oil tlioir Hub. acrtption to tho Couiusn, as follows : J. 0. C. Parsons, - - - SI 25 Thomas Griffin, - - . - 1 26 II. A. H. Gibson, ... l 25 T. L. Robertson, .... i 25 K. II, Lnuronoo, .... 2 50 Vf. R. Davis. - " 70 V. A. Masters, ? - - - - 1 2? HYMENEAL. M ARRI Bp, on tho 10th ultimo, by Kef. ?. S. GUNKS, nt tho resilience of tho bride's mother, MU. EDWARD HOPKINS to MISS MARY S. MULLINNIX, all of Pickons. Ai Mic Hinno time and place, by tho earno, Mil. JOS. J. WERNER lo MISS MARV McDOW. On tho 2.r)th ult., by Rev. C. H. SPEAR*, MR. JOHN II. MULEEY to MISS SAU All fc\ RO CHESTER. ?ll of Dickens. 1_jw> ll_??..L J_-U-L.J'.'-1. - ??L'M.aJL... DiKD, on Suuday evening the 20th ultimo, MrB. RBOKCCA CHAI'MAM, in tlio eighty-seventh year of her age. The deceased lived lo an advanced Agc. lt was truly affecting to witness tho death-bed noene of this aged lady. Site has left an extensivo train of connexion to mourn her loss, but they do not mourn ...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 9 June 1866

. -'' WW .s > .a* ? * . . - , > ilS?B?LANY. "... *' ^ CplK?ge^ . BT W. OJI-MOIIK 8IMMS. StrikeJ-as oahl tho anvil to tho hammer Strikol ninl u?vor lot your iron cool ! Up hoad, my hoy sneak brnvoly-novcr stanunor; For foftV tko world will sot you down a fb'ol; Wo hav? no timo for ?hilly shnlly, ButBovonty yoars allotted to tho bent ; Po wu with tho rook: plow up tho fruitful valloy ; Work out your purpose, loavo to (.?od thc rest. 5; ' You havo ft. purposp-should have-theii bogin it ; AnhonoHl, manly purpose isa power. Whloh, If you straightway soizo upon tho minute, Will make its progress eurer evory hour. Build up your fortunes by it; lay thom deeply, . Make your foundations auro ; thou day by day, Rea? tho groat .walls-a fortress-never chou ply ; ~Oood purposes demand a groat outlay I Strength, faith, dovotion-tho't and resolution 1 ^Tiloso mako your capital-thosofrooly spoud; Onoo suro of your design, tho exooution Needs all that you can giro it-to tho end I Ohl boy, roan ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 16 June 1866

<l To thine own'self be true, and it must foltoto, as the night tho day, thou can'st not then be faise to any man'' BY lt. A. THOMPSON & CO.] PICK ."NS C. H., S. C., SATURDAY, J?tfE 16, i860, rYOL\ I-NO. .30, POETRY. Somebody'll Come To-Night. I'must bind my imir with tho myrtlo bough And pom it with buds whito, And drive this blush from my burning brow, For somebody'll come to-night ; And while Iiis eyo ahull discern n grace lu tho braid and tho folded flower, He must not find, in my toll-face, The spoil of his wondorus powor. I must don thc robe which he fondly calls A cload of enchanting Iffht, Ami sit where tho mellowing moonlight falls, For somebody'll como to night; Ami while the robe and place shall seem Hut tho vcrie.it freak of chance, 'Tis sweet to know that his eye will beam With a tenderer, happier glauco. 'Twas thus I sang when tho years wore few That lay on my girlish head, And all the. flowers thal in fancy grew Were tied with a golden linead: And somebody came...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 16 June 1866

.i! J* .a1- ?.^ U??M!L! ssestax RQ&'T, A. TH?MP80N, Editor. E. At Thompson, W. H. Holcombe, E. Young, .^PIlOl'UtKTOUS. THUMS.-Ono Dollar and Twcnty-ttvo Conti for six months, in advaneo. Provision also taken in paly ttl ont, ai tito markot rates. ?'.'J" A Ivortismnonts inserted at SI por square for thc first inisortipn, and 60 coats fur each subse ction! insertion, cash or provision. JP'c?yO hit nary Notices exceeding five lines, Trill? utos of ttespeet, Communications of a personal character, an l Announcements .of Candidates, will be chirged for as advertisements. "8S?y* Job Printing excepted with neatness and dospateh, for cash or provision. ? B??y~ Ne'cossity compels us lo adhere strictly to tho requirement of cash payment. ?LULL' ?'?JJ.l_?LLl?'"r,l'->t1'" ._Jjjfel.II_L- -, -Li-J_1 PICKKNS C. m, S. C.: 8aturday Morning, June 10, 1806. Jt-Sy* Thc weather has been wann this week. On Wednesday, thc thermometer stood nt 92, inn" cool plaoo." KW Thero were sales of 20,000 bale...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 16 June 1866

.'. . . From Washington. WASHINGTON. June 7.-'Congressional pro ceedings are without importance. Garrett Davis ndiircssod tho Senate against tho Re construction Bill and denounced thc radical" policy. Thc Radicals will endeavor to Torco a voto this week. There is no doubt .pf its passage by tho required two.thirds voto. WASHINGTON, Juno 8.-Tho final report of the Reconstruction Committee setting forth thc reason for t'ne action of tho majority was road in both Houses to-day. Tho conclusions of tho Committee arobriotly that the people of the South have proved themselves insurgents ?nd traitors, and forfeited all political ?'igtha and privileges, that the so o died (Conf?d?rale States are not entitled to representation in Congress, that before allowing it, aden unto security for the future peace and safety of thc country should bo required from them; and this can only bc found in such changes of the organic law as shall determine tho civii rights and privilege of thc citizen in all pa...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 16 June 1866

\ JyEt'BO??X^X? AT>r Y. Tho Indian Chief. Tho following boautiful story is literally t ruo, and waa tl rat published in a IbQ?uro de livered by William Tracy, Esq., of Utica, on tho early history .of Oneida county. It has boon altorc'd by somebody, but we have not?t hand tho, moans of correcting tho alteration, nor arc they bu?ioieutly important to greatly mut thc beauty of*tho inoidont, ns gracefully related by. Mtv Tracy-wluoso fine pen, wo would take this occasion to say, it is a reproaoh . to him that he has suffered it to lie idlo so .long. One of tho firat sottlcrs in Western Now "York, was ' Judgo W-, who established himself at Whitcstown -about four miles from Utica. Ho brought his family with him umong whom, was n widowed daughtor wi tl un only ohiltl-a tine boy four years old. Yoi will recollect tho country around was an un broken forest, and thin was thc domain of th savngo tribes. * ' '" Judgo W-saw thc necessity of kecpin on good terms with tho Indians, for, as he wa...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
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