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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 4 May 1867

Cheaper Than Ever! NEW GOODS, AT PENDLETON, S. C. SMITH & HOV EY HAVE JUST RgOEIVKD and nro now oponlng a A SPLENDID LOT SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS, CONSISTING OE A General Assortment OE L?l?Y OB ??IS AND G EOG ERIES. AU nf wh?uh wo uropmc to sell low for CASH or BA UTI) lt. Wc flatt or ourselves thar we Catt aell GOODS as low as any house this side of 0?d umbi a As our Mr. Ilovr.v hus hoon in New York for two month:: buying. an?J wo h'nVQ pro eurod the services of Mr. J. KETCH UM, who de vote* all of bis time in New York buying Gooch fir tim South, which enables us to keep a f-esh smek of thc latest stylos always on baud. All vre ask is to give us a trial-it costs nothing to examino our stuck-tut the contrarv. il will af f rd us pleasure to exhibit our Oonda at all timos. A..ri! tr,, 1807 30 tf ' Pily" Your "Taxes!" tV ?WILL ATTEND at thu f. Hotting piucos am) times for tin- purposo^jf Receiving Taxes f a* r?as ymir lSQC. namely : A Ihiohclor'e UeHtfJVt,St*urd,?% t;7r'n ApriJ IS?7...

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. — 4 May 1867

" M3BOELLANY.* tc~?i^ , ssa ., - . ?-=i ron THE COURIER. Serape for Children- -No. 2. PEAR CHILDREN : I reokou 1 must tell ?'ou somothing about our Suuday School. Wo lavo about forty bright-eyed boys and girls in our School already, notwithstanding the bud weather, aud our n um ber is increasing weekly. Wo havo a club of about fifty oopies of the i ? Sunday Sohool Visitor "-an excollent littlo paper. Kvcry ono of you ought to take this or some other good ohild's papor. Wouldu't you like to subscribe for the '* Suuday Sohool Visitor ?" Writo a letter and scud it to Rev A. II. HEDFOUD, Nashville, Tenncssco," en closing 50 couts, and ho will scud you a copy mon thly for twclvo mouths. Or if live of you will go in together and havo your papers di rected to ono address, you will get thom at 40 cents por copy, or five oopies for 82.00 ; or a club of 25 copies or more to ono address will ouly bo 80 couts per copy. It is a nice doub le sheet littlo paper, aud its monthly visits to our Sohoo...

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 May 1867

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. The Independent Farmer. T.et pailors sing of thc wind*/ ?loop, Lot soldiers praise ( liri i- ur mor, Lot io my heart this toast I'll kee I - The Independent Karmt fa When first tlio rose ia roto' of groen Unfolds Its crimson lining. Aul round .his cottage porch is seen Tho honey.anekle twining; Whon banks of bloom their sweetness yield, To bees Unit gather honey. Ile drives his team across tho field, Where skies uro soft and sunny. The '<>] tkhird clucks buhl nd tho plow, Thc ?tnuil pipes loud and clearly. Yon di ehard hides behind Its hough Tho. homo ho loved so dearly ; Tho gray and old b iro doors unfold His ample store in measure. Wore rich til aa heaps of hoarded gold, A precious, blessed treasure ; While...

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 May 1867

ROB'T. A. TH0MP80N, Editor. TX: A. THOMPSON & ?O?T. YOUNG, ' j'Roru'nrro.'.'s. T IC R M S. - Oitf D >"?>>? tiu.l Ta-?ty fe,: cuts, strictly in advance, f >r ,v'.,- mont ht Snbxvri/ition. 'ff' Advertise im ut* ?it* rt /.?.?. s/a-tre o;' * ,' f?rrt ?OKM OT tcs.f for thc fir':1 /!\\<K, <;.(../ ?) f, M j.. " fyr c<"-h xi'djv't/uenf inst ii '< .<. ?M'"'1 fi??>'* Obituary Not i,-rx c.:,. .'))'/ tl"! lill, H. Tit, tjjS''? Tif^i <.*/* Rexpevt, C.'"'..?"<..' ..i.'.'.??* ?/' ? ?i1 i's.,a,il <?], character, an-1 Announce nm* i if Candidates, will & charged far a t ad ; ri h<.".< ?. ' H Rl?t^job Printing neall a and cheaply executed. IttS?&* Payment can be made in currency, orin pro n I Sion at tho mar hit rat,-.. ??y* -Areecssity compels us ta a llu re strictly to 4h?',reifUlreincnt of cash papau nt. PICKENS C. li, S. C.: Saturday Morning, Miy ll, 1067. ffl ?ST" On tho 7th instant, in New York, cot ts toa waa dull at 27. Gold, 38. ?T*T M...

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 May 1867

CHEAP MINTING PAPJ?B. To Editors and Publishers. Letter from Q. W. Olav/tefisq., President of the Southern Press Association. ATMXTA, (IA , Apiti ID, 1807. J. S. Tu u Atm Kn, Bsq. : D?jar Slr!-lt alt'u-.l< mo inuuti ploksiiro lo coiil nmnioato !.> you t li o following resolution of tho S nulluni Prosa Association! IttS?lvcd, "That as a testimonial of our appro* elation tor tho /..?alona, I'aitlifnl mi l effective ser vico of JOH \ S. Til li \ ?ll Kit. listi . a* SlipWiii* dorit of this Association In year's paat : "Wc hereby tedder him (ho tiia?ha of this As Bo *M tl'ht. mu? co?ter upon him thc complimentary position or Agent of thc Southern Press Associa tion iu tho City ol' New Vui'li." Tho lorias of commendation employed in Hie. above resolution do no mure lana jmii ta to your j important soi*vices during vom- Superintendency : -iorviocs which none I11.I laitier opportunity lo know, and linne eau iii reis highly appi-coi itu than ! lays-Ii'. StlOUld o lu taloa roquhy. I sha...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 11 May 1867

" ^^^pB^^ll???^?^^w?^^^Mw??^?n3^llxax?-?-lC^ll gMgg VARIETY. Governor Perry's Letter. Tho Supremo Court liss decided that an Injunction cannot be moved against tho Pres ident, and while it bas allowed tho petition for an injunction ngninst thc Secretary of War and the Military Commanders to bo tiled for hearing, it has subpoenaed Mr. Stanton and Ooncral Pope to appear before tho Court on tho first of next December. It is not worth while now to discuss tho probable character of what will be tho final decision, because, for all practical purposes, the decision, is now inado. Tho reconstruction Act will be cu forced without interference, and by tho tinto that tho argument as to its constitutionality is begun it will so completely have executed itself tts io have established consequences be yond the reach of any judicial decisiou. It is to be hoped, thorcforo, that those who have felt it a duty to support this proceeding will discharge with equal fidelity the duty wbioh now lies very cl...

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. — 18 May 1867

t^eet**lfl j?ai.--y|.:f*;j.LjLj gsa " 7% thine own sri/be true, and il must folio io, as thc najht the W?f thou can'tt not lian bc fain to uni/ wau. 3*Y R, A. THOMPSON & CO.] PICKKNS C. II., S. C., SATURDAY, MAY 18, 18(57. v yt I rVOL. 2--NO. 84. POETRY. Never Despair. Thc opalOuicd and ninny perfumed mora From gloom is b> rn ; F rout out tho sullen depths ot' elton night Thc stars shed light ; Ooius lu tho raylcss caverns of the carib Have their slow hirth ; From wondrous nlohemy of winter hours Como Bummer Howers ; Tho hitler waters of thc re;dless main Clve geni lo rain ; Fading bloom and dry seed bring once moro The year's frosh store ; Just OOquQtlCOHof clashing tones tilford The full accord ; Through many ages, full of strife and truth Thought reaches Truth ; Thro' efforts long in viii il. prophetic need Hegels the (Ioctl ; Ncr\c, thea, thy soul willi direst need to cope: . bile's brightest hope Lien latent in Fal c's deadliest lair Never Despair ! POLITICAL General Ord...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 18 May 1867

ROBT. A. THOMPSON, Editor. lt. A. THOMPSON & R01?.T. YOUNO, PR o nm: ron K TE 12 MS. -One Do! I nv und Tic nt y-fi ve. c?nit, Strict!? in aduanes, for .six month it St%bscriptioti. fi??"**Advertisements ?nm rl'd <it >U per square <>/* ten lines or lets for the fir J i ma-lion, and 30 cents ./or e.ieh subs?quent insirtioi. P?:>y* Obituan/ Notier* exnr.Uny fice lines. Tib tiles of Respect, Communications'of a perst nal vharactfr, and A iinouumnruts ?/ Candidates, u-ill bi eltdtgtht ftrrn* adccrtixriiu nt?. doh Printing neath) and cheaply executed. #7,5"* Payment eon be made in currency, orin jiro ?vision ot the m ar kel rates. Necessity compi la na h od/o re strictly to 4he requirement of cash pa ?munt. P?0KENS C. H., S. C.: x Saturday Morniug, May 18, 1867. ?FOn thc 14th instant, cotton was firm in Now York, nt 28. Gold, 87. y . &5y* T)r. M. B. EARLE, eminent asa rby Bibku,, died nt his residence, ia tho town of .p^ccuyiiity^n tho 8d iustutit, nged fifty-thrco ...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 18 May 1867

CHEAP PRINTING PAPER To Editors and Publishers. Letter from & XV, Clark, /'sq., Preside, '.of the Southern Press Association. ATLANTA, GA., April IO, 1807. J. S. TuriAsiiKli, Ksq. : Hoar Slr:-It affords, mo much pleasure to coin muntoato to you the following resolution of tho Southern Press Association: Resolved, "That us a testimonial of our appro* ??allon for tho -/onions, faithful ami ? Hoot Ivo ser vico or JOHN S. THRASH Kit, I3sq., as Suporlu dcitt. of this Association in years past : ** Wo hereby touter him thc thanks of this As sociation, ami confur upon him tho complimentary position of Agent of tho Southern Press Ausoohi tiou in the City of New York." Tho tornuLof commoiuhitinu cmployotl in thc nbove resolution ito no inoro than just loo lo your important services during your Superintendency -services which none had bolter opportunity to know, und none can more highly appreciate than myself. Should occasion require I shall ho ({hui to avail myself of thc aid provided fo...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 18 May 1867

J^IBOEIL.L^lSr'Y'. Popping. And th ero thoy sat n popping corn, Jolin Stiles and Susan Culler ; John Stiles ns fut ns any ox, And Susan fat na butter. And there they ssl nnd shelled Mic corn, And va ked and stirred the lire, And talked of dilferent kinds of ears, And hitched their chairs tho nigher. Then Susan, she Ibo popper Bhook, Then John, ho shook the popper, Till both their faces looked as red As saucepans made of copper. And solhey shelled nnd popped, and ate - All kinds of fun a-poking, While be baw baw'.l at lier n ma?ks, And dbe laughed nt his joking. And still they popped, nnd still they ate John's moUlh was like a hopper And stirred the fire, and sprinkled salt And shook aud shook tho popper. Thc clock struck nine, tho clock shuck ten, And still Ibo coin kopi popping Il struck eleven, and then struck twelve, And stilt no sign of stopping ! And John, he ate nnd Sue, sho thought Tho corn did pop nnd pallor. Till ho cried out, *' the com's a lire ! Why, Susan, what's thc ma...

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 May 1867

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& FO tl Tl 1K IC KOW fi K CO U RI K R. Govornor Brown. How magnanimous, bow truly patriotic, the recent course of this man ! What an exam Tile of Bolf-sacrificing patriotism has ho given ?tc tho disfranchised politicians and oflicc-hold ?rs of the South for their ?mulation ! Though .disfranchised himself, ?nd so far ns he knows, forever deprived of holding offioe, ho boldly -mad manfully stepped forward, and advocated ^the imiuediato acceptance of the late Congres sional proposition to save our country from ir retrievable ruin. I .*m pleased to know that wo have, in ?South Carolina, those who have acted thus mobly ; but it is with unfeigned regret, that 1 'lind oihers who advise the suicidal policy of voling "No Convention," ...

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 May 1867

m .>TfV,yT-l-^1i rai ?D^^mtPi. ! ROB T. A. THOMPSON, Editor. lt. A. THOMPSON & HOB T. YOUNG, pit om [uro a & Tl?RMS.-One Dollar and Twenty-five cents, .strictly m advance, for six months Subscription. H?ir Advertisement* ins-ried nt per square of * ken lines or less for tho fir tl luxa tion, and ?U cents \ for euch. subsequent inser? ion. ??y* Obituary Notices excccliny five linn, 7W6 vtes of li!" </)'?'?/. Commun >eattuns of a personal character, an t Announcements <?/' Condi lotes, will 'tte ch'trged foras advertisements'. Jts?f*,/?i Printiny neatly mid dimply executed. fS*$~ Payment can bc made in currency, or in pro vision, at thc market rotes. $3y* Necessity compels ut lo adla rc strictly to the requirement of cash payment. PICKENS C. H., S. C.: Saturday Morning:, May 25, 1867. ifc?T Tile news by telegraph, willoh appears in the COURIER, is generally copied ?from that cxcollent duily journal-the Phoenix" published in Columbia by friend SKMIT. jCVThat valuabl...

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 May 1867

tes?? j.i_:_;_ Commissioner's Sale. THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, Picken?--in Equity. E. D. Calhoun, Adm'r, ") . vs. I Hill for Injunction, &o. John B. Karie and others. J BY VIRT?B of an order from the Com? of Equi ty, obtained nt Chambers, I will soil to tho higlioat bidder, nt the residence of thc lato Col. John E. Collioun, deoensod, on SATURDAY TUE 1ST OF JUNK NF AT, Desirable Personal Estate Rehanging lo tho Kstnlo of said deceased, ns fol lows : ON 10 RAY STALLION, fine; 3 FINK MILCH COWS & CALVES; 4 BROOD MARES; 8 FILLIES & COLTS, from four years old and down ; 2G 11 HAD OF SHEEP; LOT OF STOCK IK XIS. THUMS.-On a credit of twelve mont ll"-the purchase money lo be secured by thc bond of the purchaser, with two or more jrood sureties. KOP/T. A. THOMPSON*, o K.I\I>. Mny lo. 18157 851 4 Cheaper Hmn Ever ! NEW GOODS, PENDLETON, S. C. SMITH & HOV EY HAVK JUST H KOKI VED and aro now oponing a A SPLENDID LOT SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS, CONSISTING OF A General Assortme...

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 May 1867

m.iL-j.L'V_B?Bsftggg . POETRY. Auction Extraordinary. " I drowned a dream tu tho nddut of my Blutnbore, And as fast an 1 dreamed it was coinod into num bers, 1 dreamed thal a law bul boen recently made, That a tax on oid haoholor'a pates should bo laid, Aud iu order to make thom all willing to murry, The tax waa as hcnvy AB men could welt curry. Tho baohelors grumbled, and said 'twas no UBO, 'Twas monstrous injustice and horrid abuso, And swore that to aave their own heart's blood from spilling, To tho day o? their doatb.lhey would ne'er pay a shilling. The Legislature determined their plan lo pursue, Bo thoy sol all thc bachelors up at Tomluc ; A crier wa? sent through Hie town, to and fro, To rattle his bell, and his trumpet lo blow, And to ball out to all ho mot on bis way, Ho! forty old bachelors lo bo sold hero to-day! And presently all the old maids in thc town, Kach ono in hov very best bonnet and gown. From thirty to sixty, fair, plain, red and pale, Of every description, ni...

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. — 1 June 1867

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& POLITICAL. Gov. Perry's Second Letter. Wc extract the following article from thc Carolina Spartan :'' ji (luv. IVrry has written another latter on j I -the .imhjret. of thc reeonstruetion lillis, nd ? ?droFsed tOAho "Columbia Pheonix.,'' in which .he. iviterates his long and faithful devotion to \ 'tho Union, and that, ho had rained Ids warti liug voioc against secession and tho fat.d delu dion of'feruling u Southern t ion fedora cy ; and ?we know personally that bc had repeatedly vdeolare'd that tho extinction of thc Union .would bc the death-knell of slavery This i.s ?oil true, ai id if thc love of a Southern man for thc Union could entitle any man to the hon , -ors of maf.onization, universal Consent would -decree end aw...

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. — 1 June 1867

HOB T. A. THOMPSON, Edltor. ; A. THOMPSON Si ROBT. YOUNO, PROPRIETORS. 'AK RMS.-Ono Dollar ami Tier nt//jive cents, strictly in advance, for si.e months Subscription. tf??rAdvertisements inxrvtrd at ^1 per square of' fen tint? of less for the first insertion, and ?O ci n 't tforcttvh subsequent insertion. W?fir Obituary Notices exceeding fine lines, T- ib *ute? of Respell, Omnmn meat inns of' a personal character, and Announcements >f Candidates, will bs charffe? for as aducrHs-mt nts. J&aijt" Job J'rinlin/f neatly ami cheaply executed. te?jr* Payment can be made in currency, or in pro vision at thc market rates. Jtyg?r* Necessity compel? us to adh< re strictly to the requirement of cash payment. PICKENS C. H., S. C.: Saturday Morning:, June 1, 1807. In New .York, on tho 28th ultimo, cotton was dull nt 27 for middling. Gold, ?87. Flour lower. Jtyjf' Registration has boen ordered in Geor gia, Alabama aud Florida. Two white? and . 1?n? bh.ck will compose each board of regist...

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. — 1 June 1867

Cheaper Than liver ! NEW GOODS, AT PENDLETON, S. C. SMITH & H0V?Y HAVE JUST RECEIVED and aro now opening a A SPLENDID LOT SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS, CONSISTING OF A General Assortment OF mmn ????S AND GROCERIES. All ?if wIdell wc propose lo sell low for CASU or II A RT Ell. We flatter ourselves tlmr wo can pall GOODS UR low as any ItOuso titi? side of Columbia As our Mr. llovcv baslwon in New York fur two months haying, and we bavo pro cured tho services of Mr. J. KKTCIIUM, who do votes all of bis time in New York buying Goods for tho South, whieh enables us to ko.ep rt Tush ?took of tho latest stylos always on hand. All we ask is to give, us a trial-it costs nothing to examine our stock-On the contrary, it will af ford us ploasui'6 to exhibit our Goods at all times. April If). 1807_30_tf Siulc o?' tto4i4h Carol i na is O mu XA IS Y-CITATION. WU EH EAS. .lohn Dowls both applied to me for lot tere of administration upon thc l?state of Alfred M. Carpenter, dee'd, late of the Distric...

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. — 1 June 1867

POETRY. Let 'er Rip. ' Ono sunny afternoon lust week, ' .' ' 1 thought I'd <ako a ? ide ; And hired a ung they said was fast, I'm miro she was when lied My friend, Hill Sprigging*, drove tho maro, While I laid on thc whip, And shouted till I was quito hoarse Pilly, put that animated female projective power through-g'lnng. Ld her rip! We stopped al Mill Creek 00 tho road, Ol' course wo had to smile, And givo tho expeditious nag A drink and rest awhile ; Wo lagged, and calling for thc maro, I tossed the man a lip ; 1 jumped into the wagon, seizing ?ho reins, requcHtod tho Ethiopian Individual who held the double distilled essonco of lightning, in emphatio tones to-Lei ?ur rip I A ohnp who drovo a largo bay nag Semoe.1 anxious for a brush ! So whipping lip our own fast crab, We wont it with n rush ; 'Twas nook and neck a milo or moro, When his maro litado a trip ; We glidod by like lightning greased, For having hired tho oxtraord nary animal wo concluded that wo had a perfect righi ...

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. — 8 June 1867

j WALE. .?. W. HA lt R1S O JV," --V.'..- rS?:\?3&M:~ A TTO-IMV KV AMII fWTMocin Bv ROBT- A, THOMPSON & CU PIC'KENS COURT HOUSE, S- C, SATURDAY, JUNE 8, 1807. A Young Lady Return I NU to hor country homo, after a sojourn of ll fow months in tho city, was hardly recognised by her friends, lu place of a course, rustie, flushed fnee, oho bad a soft ruby complexion "fabnost innrbto smoothness, und instead of 1 * j 8* *Y*all.v appeared but oightccn. V B V "?fiHvo of so prout ll \tmetSX ^n**^ '-*t she used tho r%s Ola nujht the day, (/toa can'vt nul Thc Worltl Astor?- tj?1?! :>? fr <. WONDERFUL HBV VI A ll.\\> MADE BY THE GREAT Afc'J ltOI,< M .'Ii T, Madame H. A. PEUHIGO. SHE reveals Beeret? no mortui over km iv .Shu restores to happiness those who, li, m doleful events, catastrophes, crosses in hue, h ss . '-"ions and friends, loss ol' money, ? c., ?r~r- rt-r^-Jngpoudont. Hbo bringa Ingot I er A '"?d, gives information con. , i ' v?r.s. >??.. ' . lo?-! or then Lc fa...

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. — 8 June 1867

tex;-,- >?; RO ll. A. T '?jijtt? vtfkilu in ten Unes oi J'or e<teh sn, &?&~ Ob. tito? of ll character, < , te chargea] ...?nal &&f.7<>b noahs, teitl w-****^ ,.y "'<?? w,/<</. . ?t^t?^^Jrz^"""rrnu:"orin >,r?- i it? uwarcment of casi, p?;n"ent. ' j :ENS:C. If, S. C.: Saturday Morning, June 8, 1837. Enlargement. Wo have enlarged our news bounds this week to our ante-war standard. This was ne cessary to enable us to lay before tho publie tho largo volume of important political and current news matter of thc day. It also en larges our space for miscellany and adver tisements. Wo trust our patrons and thc publio will view this ns an earnest effort on our part to . desorvo well of them. Therefore, wc confi denlly expect to receive an increased patton ago to remunerate us for tho out-lay and labor necessary to make complete thc enlargement. Additions to our subscription list, and new advertisements, will bc thankfully received. Tenn?, cash : in cur...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
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