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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 13 July 1867

Refreshment Party. f?| KX IOU? ft ? vl^OO M M ? T T E li pf tho Ludic? l$duc4iot)al Soeioty will give a ?HWFKKSIIMKN'?. PARTY; Walhalla ohSaturday tito lOth day of August t, for tho bone lit. of relocation, to couiuiunoo at /?took, A M. A chu issi on, ten cents. . . ?R?,T?IK ATRIO A'MH?RPO UM>w<?fi conimonoo at 8 o'olook, i> M, tlio/sai?i? day. ice ot' admission.', 26 vents.' II. W. Pfl?PBlt? Secretary, ?i July 9. 1Rf?7 ' <12 . 4 \ Notice to Creditors; |r?K ST?TE OF SOUTH ?AllOJJNA, { I'I?KKKS-?N HQVITY. ' IMw.ud % Co?hoim j BiM?.ov "mi.9h>)1linp:nflsotH I ?olm tl. Kiele. ct als j lrtK')^?0?/ PunUIon, 8d? jj) IJ?tSlJ \ NT to mi order o! tho Court of Kq?lty f jrp -ia ul? in tlii-? ?aii.-tJ, at Jium Term, 18l>7, lill ' ?. .'Several'creditor.-* of ?' John Kwing (?olhonu, deceased, j! Mrs. Martha Mafia Oolliotiu, deceased, 'ft Mis?; Martha. M aria Col hmm. deceased, jt Coi.. Wm. Il ii?sotu Colhoun, deceased^ and .8 Capt. f jenry.D ivis Cdhoun, deceased, '?rn required l...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 13 July 1867

\POETBY. Vanity. . Dio sim comes up'and tho HUH goos down, . ^Xnd'thi (lay nml night aro tho sanio a? ono, Tho year growa green and tho ycur.growa"hrowin,, ? lid"what is Hull; when all ia (lone ? ' Grains of a?Vobro or .shining saml,. . Eliding inlo and out of tho hand," . _ And mon go dowu in ships to. tl?e sea?, Ami a 1 ? u nd r od ship? ave tho samo as olio ; And backward and forward' blows tito breeze, ' . And what is it all', -when all is dono I * A lido with' neVcr a shoro in sight, . Selling steadily on to Ibo night. ? Tho fisherman drpppclh his not in tho stroan-., . And-a hundred strenuis uro the sni.ic as ono { And tho maiden dvcnimdh lier .love-lit dream, And what is it alb wheu -A\\ is don? ? Tho not of tho flfilmr tho burduiV hrenk?, Ahd after IJio drc'nnilng tho drtnnier.wak |MM^|?B^M|IWMM^?ll>i'll,liy??ir???i ll I lill ?* ' FOft THE COmilfcHt. ?orapa for Children--No. V DEAU CutLDiir.N : In my last Scrap 1 wroto about memory. 'In thia, I will, write Boroo moro ahou...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 20 July 1867

<l 7w f/tiff? own self be true, and it must follow, BY ROBT. A, THOMPSON & CO. ~ as toe niyht flic day, tltov can'-sl net then be false to any P1CKENS COURT HOUSE, S, C, SATURDAY, JULY 20, 1867. VOL. II..NO. 43. POLITICAL. Tho South ns Seen by Senator Wilson. Mr. .Wilson declined the first invitation to ?peak nt thc anti slavery convention in Hes ton, but was afterwards called up and 'made ?onie remarks : Of thc South, in reply to thc statement of Philips and others, ho said it wns to-day moro radical than radical Massachusetts. In his tour over the ?South, ho had heard nothing but the very essence of radical sentiment. Hut thc great danper to Republican institu tions in the South is the want of education As things now go, thc slave is in danger of acquiring habits of his old master-that of intoxication and brutality. Of the liberty of speech, he said that he was not afraid to suv in thc South anything that be deemed or seemed proper, to soy in the city nf neston. While in th...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 20 July 1867

^tl^y:rv." &ocoml Supplemental Reconstruction Act of Congres?. ^AStiiNaf?N^ July 13.-Tho following ia __L? to^t of tho bill'ns it passed both Houses : l?o it oiiaotod by tho Souato and l?ouso of . Beprcaontativesof thc United States o(f Amer .' 'joa, in Congress assotnblcd, That it is hereby N d?alnrcd' to havo beuu tho truo intent and L /iiioauing of tho Act of 2d March, 1807, cn titljS?, *" Ah Act to'pyovido for the moro cf . lioiont government ot tho rebel States," and . Of the Act supplementary thereto, passed on ^dfho 23d of March,. ?8G7, that tho govern merita. then existing in the robel States of Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, 'Georgiu, Mississippi, Louisiana, Florida, ?Pox? as arid Arkausaa, were-not legal S ta to gov ' onmients, aud that thereafter the said govern-.) merits, if continued, woro continued subjeot |p nil rcspQcts to the military coinuiandors of j .. ' tho-respective districts, and to tho paramount , -authority of Congress. Seo. 2.- That the comm...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 20 July 1867

AuoO'STfA, July 10.-EX'Q?v. Johnson has written a rotifer, in which ho ad vises tho pooplo of Georgia not to noccpt tho terms of tho military reconstruction Aots. After re viewing tho situatim and terms proposed for tho reconstruction of tho Southern States, ho I says : " I never" will approve of, consent to ? or accept thc poisoned Chalice olVercd our lips ; ; |ior Will I adviso my fellow-citizens to do so. '. if permitted to vote. .In view of tho turn of ? ovonts, I shall register and I hopo every man ? in Georgia who can will do so, with tho^vicw j of defeating tho scheme for our degradation ? and thc overthrow of Republican- Govern- j incut." LOUISVILLE, KY., July IL-A rolinMe telegraphic dispatch from Kllis Cliffs, twenty miles below Natchez, says tho army worin luis J appeared two mouths earlier than usual, j threatening to destroy cotton on thc overflow- ' cd lands, Hf RECEIPTS. Tho following persons have paid ou tholr sub ?or! pt lon to the OoiiitiKU, as Inflows: Hov. Joba A...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 20 July 1867

Tho t?ights. HY IIUIKY CO KN WA M.. Oi tho summer night Hos n sinti? of Ugh!, Amt sho sits on a sapphire (loone, Whilst tho sweet winds load her With garlands of oih>r, ?roiu tho buds of tho roses u'crbfori .. Hot Ibo nut mun night . * .Has a piercing sight, Ami a ?lop both strong mid free ; And n voice for wonder, I.iko tho wrath of I homier, WhOn ho shouts to tho stormy nea. And thc winery night Is cold and while, And he singelh n s?ng of pain, Till tho wild bec hrmmiotli, . And tho warm spring cometh, When she dies in n dream of rain. Oh, Ibo night, thc night ! 'Tis a lovoly sight, Whatever thc clinic or I imo: For sorrow then soaro'h. And the lover otitpourcfit His soul in a star-bright rhyme. It bringet h sleep ' To tho forest- deep, .* Tho forest bird to its ncst^ To caro bright hours And dreams of ftowera, And tho balm to tho weary-rost. ^ri?OEJiuiLi^isr'Y'. "The Great Rebellion." Lr. John W. Drapor, of Now York, has Written ti book on thc " great rebellion." Thc following...

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. — 27 July 1867

BY ROBT A, THOMPSON & CO. P1CKENS COU1?T HOUSE, S. C., SATURDAY, JULY 27, 1807. i ? aa (he niyht (he day, (hov can',tl not then Oe J?hc to any mon." VOL II,.NO. 44, POETRY. Smile and ba Contented. The worlil grows oki. and men grow cold To oaoli while seeking treusurc, And wini! willi waul, ami caro ami toil, Wo Hoiroe have time Tor p1oti8U.ro. Bat never mind, that is a lo93, Not mitch lo Gc lamented ; Lifo rolls on gaily if wo will Bul smile and bc contented. If wc arc poor ami would be rieb, It will ant be by pilling: No, st lindy hearts innl hope fid minds Arc life's brigbt silver lining. There's ne'er a mau that dared to hope, Hath of his choice repented ; Tho happiest souls on earth arc thoso Who ?milo a lid uro Cont oil ted. When grief doth como to rack thc heart, And tort uno bids us sorrow*, From hopo wo may a blessing reap, And consolation borrow. If thorns will risc where roses bloom, lt cannot bo prevented ; So make Mic best of lifo you can, And smile mid be contented...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 27 July 1867

%?,F^$0$W> July 19.-Tho following is ^vSTOOpjM?<f^ veto of the sup ' jp]?'i?ontttvy veCQusjtruetiou Aefc t &Hgdjng Wtlvo^eoUrution that tho State Governments oro illegal, ho says u a singular t?ntradictipn ls apparent hore. Congress do? ' '?l$ros. tKesejeeaj State Governments to \?* ? legal Gorernuionts, and then prevtdik Af* thoseiUogvil Govern monts, shall ' b-^f"0? J? '-by Fe?erat offiu?rs; wtoi-*-*-T twttonu the Very iut't?inM***0"'lts owu olncdr* bv t,U8 "illowa] Stat? authority.' It certainly would, bo u. iiev*t spectacle if Congress should attempt to carry on a legal Stnto Government by the ugdnoy of its owu officers. It is yet moro strange that Congress attempts to sustain and carry on an illegal State Government by tho 8auio"novel agency." With 'regard to title by oouquest, fie says " it ts a new title, ab " qi?lrod py war. It applies only to territory; * tor good or movable items regularly captured in war nreoillcd booty; or, if taken by indi vidual soldiers, plu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 27 July 1867

?rora Washington. WASHINGTON, July li).-In tho Scnnto, tho IIouso amendment allowing negroes to servo na jurors was adopted. A joint resolu tion from tho House, nullifying tho decrees of the Court of Chums, was sovorely denounced hy Trumbull. Sumner introduced a bill to striko obt tho word vthitofroiu tho naturaliza tion laws, which was referred to tho Judicia ry Committoo. Tho veto was read, and the bill passed notwithstanding-86 yeas to 0 mys-Buynrd, Buckalow. Davin, Hendricks, Johnson, Patterson, of Tennessee, and tho Chair aunouueed that tho bill was a law. Tho \ reconstruction appropriation bill was passed over tho veto. Thc .Senate! passed u resolu tion to adjourn to-morrow, nt 3 o'clock", to the first Monday in December-22 to 15-the latter figure representing the iinpeachmont clement in thc Senate. Adjourned. In the IIouso, tho Assassination Committee was allowed to take evidence by subpoena and ndmiuister oath.-'. Thc Spoci d Committee of . Five, appointed to investigate the...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 27 July 1867

Sonnet. A morning mist muong tho blue IIMB lost, ? A bindo ol' grass t hut withers on the ground, A swbllo molting t moory of fren?, * U?oti tho crystal pure hi Winter found: Tho coho of RU ooho, flooliug somcl, Tho foam of oconn wave by wibi wimU toftOil, Oh rocks that overlook tho singes round, Hy barks of mortal mould as yet uncrossed : A'cloud Unit bides away oven as wc gn/e, A drop of dew exhaled within an hour, A loaf snapped from tho trco in Autumn day?, A broken recd or decayed Hewer Thcso wo say life resembles1 yet wo bast o That life SO brief to dissipate and waste. THE VOLUNTEER COUNSEL. A TllUIJ.UNU STOUY. John Taylor was licensed, when a youth of twonty-ono, to practice at thc bar. Ile was ppor, but well educated, and possessed extra ordinary genius. Ho married a beauty, who afterwards deserted him for another. Ou the 9th of April, 18 IO, tho courthouse . in Clarksville, Texas, was crowded to over flowing. Au exciting case was to bo tried. Georgo Hopkins, a wealthy plan...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 3 August 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& TETO MESSAGE OP THE PRESIDENT. The following lu the vedo of thc Second Supplementary Military bill, which has ai ncc boon pissed by Congress, tho'Presiden t'a ?b Sections to the contrary notwithstanding : To tho House of Representatives nf United States: I return herewith tho bill entitled " An .net supplementary tuan act entitled An act to provide for the inore efficient government of tho rebe) States.' " passed on thc 2nd dav of March, 1S07, and t heed supplement ny there to passed on the -23d day of Mi lch. ISCiT", and will state as briefly H8 possible sonic of the reasous which prevent me fr nu pix ing it my npproval. This is ono,of a series of measures passed j by Congress during the last four mom hs on tl\e subject of...

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. — 3 August 1867

. . . ' ? ? . ".' ii?'i,?????I ????-_L:?..,<'?^?T~'>>^^ i^^^ -**^t??a5?j Northern Public Opinion. After tho adjournment of Congress, tho ?suai serenado was given to prominent Cou .gressmo?.at Washington. Doing called on, , Spoa'kcr COLFAX said : Has Congress required tho rntificntiou of ? constitutional amendment ? 8o did tho . President. Has Congress established a tiv^t oath/? So did the President. Our crime is, I suppo80t thut we providjed that those whom tho nrftion has made freo should have the freeman's ballot for their protection, while the President did not. But the results ot' bis . policy strikingly contrast with tb? results of ours. Thc nation looked on to ?ce what fruits would result from bis action, und what were 1 they ? (n ucarly every State the rebel power .resumed Its authority, and became doini tia nt ? iu their executive, legislative and judicial dc partmouts. Tho vagrant and labor laws, vir tually ro-.onslaving the dhioneipated followed, and murdors, outr...

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. — 3 August 1867

Proceedings of the Union Republican Con vention of 8outh Carolina. COLUMBIA, July 20, 1807-Tho Couvcu tiou mot nt 10 o'clock, A. M. A communication was received from Mr. L. Boozer, of Lexington, regretting tint the state of bis health prevented his attendance at tho Convention. Ile fully endorsed Uni move ment, and regretted the disruption of tho Union and the late bloody war consequent. - Tho letter was filed among the archives of the Convention. President Cleaves nunounccd that thc Con vention had proceeded thus far haruionioiwly nudpleasantly. All members bad au oppor tunity of expressing themselves freely. They had been sent lune, lie said, to establish a platform co operating with the great Republi can party of thc country. As the corner stone of tho great structure which they had laid was done, after invoking Divine assist ance, he believed it bad boen put down so liriuly that it never could ho takeli up. The platform adopted was democratic, mit aristo cratic ; it was for the ...

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. — 3 August 1867

^j, f - - . .... ... ..i,j ? ..y;;?'nS|->'W" ? -?he Old O.tk Treo. Ob, H?e old oak Iroo ia standing now Whore it stood so, long ?go. When In its Blind?'too children played, Till,lite nun in tho Wo*t g'iew low i And its branches refioli us f?r and high. And the sky above is as,clear : Hut under it now no children play, In Ibo golden days of the your. Tho sunbovns creep through the rustling loaves. That tall on the ni08S-grojvj) se it. And thc tall grnsi waves whore in other years Il was tro ideii by children's feet : And tho bees lin ai hw i iv in the elinele, . Through ihc long bright ?sniiiinor'sday, And the eoft win 1 nntraiurs willi I .-? tu-" \ KOO nd, Where we eh Idl'ttU und to play. Wo aro nil gone from our chlhihoo l's home, And have wandered lar away, Of all thal band of die do.tr old time, .* There aro not ono loft [fi day : We aro parto I now by*many a milo. O'er tho waves and mountains high : And ono han gone to the home beyond, Through t!.e golden gVes ol' the sky. An...

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. — 10 August 1867

. . "Ji" r-' . ??.?7.1: . ..' v.-Vj. '. : . .? i ?H .te! ,_.< - - i - i^ryy -' To. ihinc own-, self bc true, and it must follow, BY ROBT. A. THOMPSON, h CO. PICKENS COURT HOUSE, |;C, SATURDAY, AUGUST 10, 1867. di thc night t/ic day, t/iou can* st not ih?ri le false to\ny man." Kreditor?* fujunolioii, l>?rtiUo'n, &e. * of tho O oui I oPV^xxHv Joffe Torrn, ?il *?( deceased^!; ^ ^?o?od, . ; ii..mm The Heart. Ohl could wo road tho Immun hoiii't, Ita HtiMiigo mysterious depths exploro, What tonguecoiled, toll- or pon ln?p.nt Tho i ly lies of'its hid Jon lore T Safe from thc world's dislrns'ful oyo, What doop and burning footings play, Whioh o'en stern reason's powov defy, ' And woar tho nonda of lifo away. *lh>iik not beneath a smiling brow, To always find a joyous heart', For wit's bright glow, and rouson's flow Too oTton liiilo a cankering dart. Tho.bird with bruised and broken wing, Oft trios to mount tho air nguiu, '.Among its tunion to gladly si g . Its lust melodious d...

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. — 10 August 1867

"'**" " ' " .'.irrluj^r-- . . - - IP O T 4 $ $QM; YOUNG, The Old Oak -.?it^^^------. the old oak troo is statu? vMfpSeeniyJvc ?eiit?. Whore il stood so lon* ??< *'**Moa//?* Subucnptioti. cu lu its sh.uk.- we eh?WrAWWg4?.$.l /w o/ Till tho bon 'in the WcJfttl^HiOn, and GO mi/* ml it's tu-ttiiches i ?-a<;h id?*r<fOHv'^- y And the ?kv above is?{W <**?<; fin */???. Wto ut under it 'now my Ommunicatton^of a Phonal In tho croidon o>4^?^W?.)(a <tf-tyndidatu, ?,// ??*^.i/<>6 Printing neatly, and jhcaply executed. ifS?* Paymetil can bc made in currency, or in pro' \ I;,pt??Qiy ai thc in a rket rales. " 1 'VV-ljSjP" Necessitycompels us ,/y adhtre strictly lo Vi A* ?os?r*>hi?rt< ?/ eas/* paytnenf. -LilU.lil'il'tj-L-L,jp_[...j!!i .'."!" J.U'lLL'.LlJ ^pO:,PICKENS Ci H., S. C. : Saturday Mo?hinJ August io, 1867. . ?^^^=^^^-^7-?-=-.-g /.AW Th^EpiTOit is.ucoossarily absent; this Week. -. $t% ,. V/ ? --??i-: 1 -jfc3T Owing to Thursday morning's moil failing to bvif.g...

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. — 10 August 1867

1) Y vlrtu? 9r aundry wrJI? of [fieri facias to mo ??M di?ooted, fl will poll, JO tho ld go ok MUdefc.rft ^lokorn* Court Hoiiae, ?on Saloday in Soptetnb?t ?ext, and days following, tho below doBorlbcdN property, to wit i , . . .. ?<10 TT?1 of,'Land, containing 160 Acros,> Moro or lesa.- lying on wutore of COoestocO . JT/K ',.an^ ^9'?? hinds of J. A. Ballongor an/1 Othors.'loviod on ns tho property of A. Jonklmi, J*-9?H of tho Stato for tnxea. Oho Tract of Laud; eontniuing 300-Aoroa, wore or doss, lying on -, and adjoining lumjs of Mra-Long and otliora, Jevlod on ?a the property of Jorouilah Mooro, nt tho auit of tho State fer tnxoa. Ono/fraot of Land, containing 88 Acron, morojttr Jess, lying on-, and adjoining JarMV of Joromioh Ilonoh and dthor^ levied tm aa tlio property bf Aloxondor Holbrooks, at the g^at of tho State for taxoa. WOno Tract of Land, containing 100 Aoros, ?nero or loss, lying noar. L.ng Crook Church, i ?idjoinnig landauf A.. Uolbrdoka and others, ? ?Jf levied...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 10 August 1867

v AB I?T ?; ' . Tho South. J.HIMI of tlip-gontlo and tho bravo ! $ Oin-luyo 1? ?4 wi'.lo us Ihy.Woo, lt iK'ei^us litfsjdo every gr?vo AYtUive tho hoart of a boro lioa low. j&jtbid of (ho brightest of skies ! ; ' ? Qu.? lovo glovo ?ho moro niid thy gloom, Our hourly, by tho ea'?$vst of tica, Ol?'ig closest to thoo in thy doom. <. l.aiid whore tho desolate weep ! In ft s?vrow too debp to oonsulo. Oui1 tours ave lint st roanas making deep, Tho OOQUII ot' lovo In our .soul. Iirttid Whore Hie victor's flog wnvo,' ..?.'. Where only tho dead aro Tho froo,' ? .--v^ , Ijiioli.h?k of tho oha?n that orisl'ivo.s' Bindi bled us tho oloscr to thee.' Land wh?ro thc sign of Hie oross, ' Its sli idow of sorrow hath shod,' Wcmionsuvi.' ???' Jovo by thy loss-* Thy losu-by* the graves of our deni. From (ho Anderson Intelligencer, The Baptist State Convention Aooordtng to previous announcement, anti -tho adjournment of lust yeats this body OM ven?djri the Baptist'Ohurch of this plaooon Friday mor...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 17 August 1867

J ' ' . * ? . . ..'0(J'?>1' i ...? LJJJLL-__i_?I?L_JJM^ujji?Mij.-MJJU; ?!(vjl-C1.'------- 1 ' '' " ~-teaSSfl" .111 1.'j' ! ?j "'. -r-ii-?f i ir KU , ? _<_'jj??? ._:_:_j_, ,-: ^_'".r'i '?^,;nj]i?N!Llj -j ^^j^j ^ [jT^ t] Ijj * " 7V> '7"""? oxen Hvl/bc (mr, ?nd ft^?.?rf '^^^ " "?c Mc rfrry, rW T??\? not^then bc Jahc to any man? BY ROBT. A. THOMPSON & CO. " riCKENS COURT HOUSE, S. C, SADAY, AUGUST 17, 18G7. ML'tL^m 47, POLITICAL. [Prom tito Anderson intelligencer.] LETTER FROM HON. W. H- TRESCOTT HA/.I.KWOOI), (nour Pondleton,) ) August 1, 1807. j Follow Citizens : Thc relation which, as yeur Representativo, 1 have) held towards you during tho last few eventful years, hus now boon dissolved by no act of yours or mino. There is no longer a State Legislature, in which I could represent yon, and cvou if there wore, I nm as you know, one of those who, by tho Reconstruction Act, tiro prohibited from voting or holding office in thc State, or in the United States. Of this 1 do not...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 17 August 1867

. Silent Politicians. The ooutributoriul editor of tho " York ville ?uquiror," in liis quaint style, thus notice* the silont politicians at tho present junctuio. Tho notico ia well worth roadiug : Somo of oar contemporaries express sur prise at tho' fact that many of our hitherto voluminous advisors nod country-savers are now silont-now, when, if over, we need the advico .md, wlsdoih of oxporieiu;o to'guide us. It docs not surpriso us. Tho ease is u vory.cloar one. If you have ever so.cn a coon up a tree while j tho? hunter was ohoppiug at tho tree, and j watched his course, you can rcully understand tho point of our illustration. Tho coon ?eis high up iu the tree, among tho topmost boughs, and soloots a fork. Ho j keeps in thia fork, keenly eyeing both th? dogs and tho axeman, especially tho latter. After the tree, begins to totter and fairly to start over to ono sido-and 'there is no longer u doubt which way the treo will fall-ho jumps. j Our sileut politicians aro like tho coon. ...

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