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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 17 August 1867

t --'1 'Ji:~?l2."'.c.2:i:';:..?i_.. . , ?.^ll^.^ " Il AVK the jury ngrcod ?" asked a ju'dgc of a oourt attaoho whom ho mot on tho stairs with a buokot in hin hand. tl Yis," said Patriok, ?' thoy havo agreed to Bind out for a half-gallon." REOFtPTS. ( Tho following person., irnro paid on their tnib aoription to tho OOUIUKU, as follow?: . John Ansel, - - - -, $1 00 H. II. Clovolnnd, ... j o<) H. S. Porcher, - - . . 2 60 llob't. Johnston, ... 2 00 H. 0. Triblo. .... i 26 Col.' A.B. Wallace, - . - 2 00 0. It. P. Fant, r? 00 A. % "'hompson, - 1 00 O. J. Walker, - - - - 1 26 y I ?il m li ...?.ii?,. r?.n....i- , ?miniiiinni?.? AT BE^lR?G ST?R??, SUGAR, COFFEE, INDICO, SODA, M ? DDE lt j SPICE, P?PIER, COPPERAS, STARCH, ALUM, CANDLES, MATCH HS, . CANDIES, C HACK EUS, SOAPS, PERFUMERIES, DRUGS, DYE STUFFS,' : FLOUR, BACON, LARD, W 0 ll M CANDIES, V10 ll MI FUGES, MEDICAL SPIRITS, every variety ; GLASS, PUTTY) OIL, MEDICINES, pure; ko., &o. Jf?^For Salo Low-TERMS CASH ! Aug. 14, 1807 4...

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. — 17 August 1867

POETRY. . Things That Never Die. Tho pmc, tho bright, the beautiful, That stirred our hearts in youth ; Tho impulso of a worldless prayer, Tho dream of lovj and truth. The longings after some hing lost, Tho spirit's yearning.dry, TUo'strivings aller better hopes ; Tiloso things shall never die. Tho timid hand stretched forth to aid A brother in his need, That kindly word lu griefs dark hour, That proves the friend indeed. Tho pica of morey softly breathed When just ico threatens high. '?M? sorrow of a cont rito henri ; These Ikings shall never die. Tho memory of a clasping hand, The prossure of a kiss, And all (ho trilles, sweet ?nd frail, That make up love's first bliss. If with a firm, unchanging faith, And holy (rust and high, Thoso hands have el. ?sn od ; those li ps have inc t ; Theso things shall novoi die. Tho oruol and tho biller word That wounded au it foll, Tho chilling want of sympathy Wo fool, but never toll. Tho bard repulse that chills Ibo heart Whoso hopes were boundi...

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. — 24 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& POETRY. . Watch, Mother. Moth or, walch I ho lillie foci (Jliinblog o'er thc ga rilo ti wail, lion m ling through thc busy street, Ranging onltar. shed, and hall. Never mi nd the moments lost ; Nevermind Ibo Hmo it. ?jp?', Little frei will go astray ; . JJttido them, mother, while you may. Mother, wilch thc little band Picking herries by the way, Making houses itt thc sand, Testing np the fragrant buy. Never tiarc tho question ask. V Why to me Hie weary task V" These sa ino little hands may provo Messengers ol'light und love. Mother, watch the little tongue, Prating eloquent and wild; What is suit! and wdiat is sunn Hy lim joyous, h lippy child. thatch I h o word while yet unspoken, Slop tim vow bet?re 'tis broken : This xi...

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. — 24 August 1867

' ' Riot in Charleston. ITOROlI LlCltlT PROCESSION-I>ISTURUANOr, .*>N KINU-BTREBT.-Last uight a toroh light roccssioiV golton np undo/ tho auspices of ho Union Longue, paraded through fioiuo of \>ur principal streets, preceded by music, ban ners, and o transparency bearing tim inscrip tion : ?'Have you registered 7 If'you have not, do so." Tho procession numbered he tweeu six and seven hundred colored men. Tho first place visited was tho rosideneo of j Mr. Gilbert Pillsbury, in Queuj-street, where j oftor tho singing of "old John Brown," and ehoe.-s for the League, tho Republican party nod Mr. Pillsbury, President of the Cram! Council C. ii. A., of this State, thc latter ap peared and made a short address to the crowd. Tho procession then moved down Queen street to East Hay, thence t > the Battery, halting on tho route in front of tho Courier office, and giving three cheers for " Registration." From South Bay Battery tho procession turn ed UO King into' Laniboll-Streotj ...

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. — 24 August 1867

*3H LIVERPOOL, August 14.^F?o-on?w ndvi tos state that 14,000,000 pouuds of DOW crop tea havo already boou sold. / Tho Federal stoaiuors Hartford and Wyo ling fought Ohiuoso pirates ou ChO Isluud of ounosa. They refused to surrender tho mur derers of tho American Bark Rover's crow, lifter shelling thc shoro,.sovoral boat loads of ;he Auiorioans effcoted a landing, when Ovo liours sharp fighting ensued. Fifteen ollicers md mon woro sun-struck. Lieut. McKenzie was fatally wounded. Tho bombardment con ;inuod until tho natives disappeared, when ibo vessels left the scene. ^ Garibaldi is at Sienna, renpwing prepara tions for a movement on Koine. 1 RroiiMONi), August 14'.-Hon. John S. (Pendleton, of Cul pepper County, a former member of Congress, arrived herc this eve ning, having boen arrested on the charge of perjury in having registered. Tho c.iso of Judge Henry W. Thomas, of Fairfax, who ar rived last night, under arrest for violating the ?ivil rights bill by refining to take negro te...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 24 August 1867

-'g.tjgy.a ggyga/g **?g The W"?,J 18 Full ?jf '.''"'"*" - v is bcatUtf-s-??'? green npd fair; ,lV4ris ooauty in t|io meadow Whore tho wild-flowers soout Iho air ; Thoro ls beauty in the sunlight And tho soft blue boam above; Oh ! tho world ls full of beauty Wheu the heart ?8 full of I.ovo t There is homily lu tho Fountain, Ringing gaily ot its play, Whilo tho rainbow hues are glittering On its sil vre shining spray ; Thoro is beauly ia the streamlet Murmuring softly through tho grove; Oh ! tho worhl is full of beauly, When tho lioirt is full of love. Thero is beauty in tho moonlight When it falls upon tho sea, Whilo tho blue, foam-crested billows Danoo ami frolic joyously ; Thoro's beauty in tho lightning gleams, That o'er tho dark waves rove; Oh ! tho world is full of beauty. Whoo tho hoart is full of love! There is beauty in tho brightness Beaming from a loving oyo ; In tho warm blush of atfcctiou ; In tho tear of sympathy ; In tho sweet, low voice, whoso accents Tho spirit's glad...

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. — 31 August 1867

. ?. - i&Lu v~ ?.<>.-.-. lu--'' . ' i? . 'v* .. '.. ,v .V , ' . ' '-v- ?* ...?.. . tv '* ' * .. ; " . . J ' ' v . . '.. '? ? ' . ? '.'im ^gtefi^^pa 1 ?' ! '.J!'O ?? ?WVVilhh^J. J.J*? \. VU.*.*", j-' '-.-'l ,. A? .,Hli.'J.!.^.i....iUJ"l-^JfJ Jl!?:!l_..'l'ulX?41ftJ^ ,-IiLJ -JJ.Jji-.^JilL?i-L'.Ll.J'l'Jl?.UiJt^lll ?i?MUUllU!tWll'^^ n iii r ...f! m ?.liriBgy^; BY ROBT- A, THOMPSON k CO. MB U UK BBB_L_l_i. P1CKENS COURT HOUSE, S. Ci SATURDAY, AUGUST 31, 1867. VOL. II.....H....N0. 49. Jf^X-iJL'X1 1?AL. HY UKQUKS.T. HON. B. H HILL'S SPEECH ON THK CONDITION : OF TUE COt/NTRx*. Delivered at Atlanta on the \tith Jilly, 1&G7. Ladies and Follaw-Citizen? : IT muan gov-1 e.nmdnts, like everything elso human, natu rally tend to deeayv They cnn only be pre served by constant Watchfulness, courage, flpd adhcrouce to correct principles. Tbe.*# re marks apply willi unusual forco to free gov ernments, which are the most difficult of all to maintain. If we, thc people of the Uni ted States,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 31 August 1867

l? Tho Formation of n. New Party. j Tho indications of a reaction io Northern |#.iaod W?storo politics aro oncouragiug. It j I faeetios that the people are at >Bt taking tho I alarm j and begiu lp perooivo thp.t their own [f^btftf es,-And the fipanoial orodH of tho coun ^ry>^w,j}l sopn be ^diesipatod, iv tho ltndioals >entain. ju pftwor. Wo publish i? this issue, Crip the first 'pago,''M?o Conservativo platform in Alabama, Which ?3 tho first Southern State that eocms to have taken steps to organize a i party that can co-operate with tho Northern i Aoii-Tdioals. In Georgia, the Anti rccou BtruCtionists aro abeut to hold a Convention, I} io Organize for tho appronohing elections ; but ?i their platform is ti) be rather more of tho Hill T.'aod Porry order, th.Ui that of tho Conserva i tives. , ThcroSoom lo be three parties ii? the Not th, and tbrcq forming in tb'.'Soutb-.nt the Nortn. I tho ltudicals, tho C?nsorvutivo llcpublicans, arid the,D>m/oorata; nt tho South, tho lin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 31 August 1867

I?Of! IRON! ,OO0 LBS IROtf, ALL SIZES, Suitable for Ourringo, Wagon and Plantation Work. ??tl L?W J. II. PIEPER & BROS. Wi'halla, Aug 29,1867 49-tf PREPARATORY TO FILLING UP THIS FALL, {Vo will soil our remaining Stook of Dry Goods, Groceries, <fcC, &C-, VICHY LOW FOR CASH. j. ii. prispER & irnos. Walhalla, Aug. 29,1807 49-tf NOTICE. (irv WIFK, MKLVIXA J. JOHNSON, ba? left my bcd fl ami hoard, witliout cause. Therefore, ! will o longer bo held responsible for any debts or ooft rrtois sho muy make. .? >, B. It. JOHNSON. August 20, 1807_4 tl 42* Masonic iVot?ce. .4 N EXTRA COMMUNICATION of Ken XTL wee Ladge. No. 7'J. A.'. E.*.. M.-. will bo lio'.il on Friday 3l)lh August, instant, ut 10 i'oloolt, A. M., and to conti one during tho work inn hum s of the 31st. Ero. GA.*I?UBI.I" li'.).'.. State Lecturer, will bo te present to impart, instruction. Ri'othreii will attend punctually. Ey order f tho WV. M.-. L. THOMAS, Secretary, August 21. 1807 4* 2 Notice to Creditors. IN...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 31 August 1867

Hou. B. H. Hill's Speoch-Conol?dod. wonts ; dollie your own race, and flippantly 6&y tho Constitution is dead I Co on, with your work ?f ruin, yo hull-born riolors tn sa orod tilings ! h^rsitKnnhnr for all those things the people will call you to judgment. [Pro longod applause.] Ah 1 what an issue you hove mado for yourselves. Succeed, and you dostroy the Constitution I Fail, and you bavo covorcd tho land with mourning. Succeed, nod you bring ruin on yourselves and all tho country! Fail, and you bring infamy upon yourselves and all your deluded followers! nuococd, and you are tho perjured assassins of Ft berry ! Fail, and you uro defeated, despised traitors forever. Yo who aspire to be Radi cal Governors and Judges in Georgia, ^l paint before.you this dav your destiny. [Un bounded applause.] You are but cowards nod knaves, and tho time will como when you ?will call upon tho rooks and mountains to fall on you and the darkness to hide you from an outraged people. [Applause.] Does ...

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. — 7 September 1867

BY ROBT. A. THOMPSON & CO, P1CKENS COURT HOUSE. S. C, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1807. VOL. IL.?.?NO. 50. REPLY OF GEN SICKLES TO THE .Comm un tendon of thc Charleston Jina rd oj Trade, asking a Modification of General Order No. ?0. HEADQUARTERS, ) SKCOND Mi td TA RY DISTRICT, ' ?H?ur,K8?0?f, S. C. Aug. 10, 1867. ) <$Icssrs. William Gurney, Wm. S. Hastie, Edwin Rutes, A. R. Taft, ll. Golda, and E. W. Marshall, Committee of tho Hoard of Trade of the City of Charleston, S. C. G KN TI, KM KN : I nm instructed by the Major General Commanding to communicate to you thc results of his careful consideration .of the remonstrance of tlio Doard of Trade of Charleston, addressed to him on thc 28th of ?lune, ultimo. It has been deemed proper to defer this reply to your communication until nf ter tho action of Congress upon tho ques tions made in relation to thc authority of the Commanding Officers of Military Districts. In behalf of the Roard of Trude, you com plain of tho action of the Comma...

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. — 7 September 1867

Ifrointho Charleston Dillly Nowa. <^ THE OH A NOE OF COMMANDERS. Were Piosidout Johnson an ambitious man, jot a mere partisan, wc should ero this havo Boeu tho firoa of revolution burniug with a lu rid li?ht around tho National Capitol. For . ?o?rly two years an active strife has boon wag ing between thc President and tho majority of Congress. It is to tho orodit of tho President that frani.firsi to lust he has strictly adhered to tho Constitution ; and amid all the uncon stitutional legislation of Congress, he luis nev .VB?' roTijsod to oxeoutc the luws, and has never resorted to unauthorized moans to evado or nullify their loree. As far, therefore, as wo are able to judgo, thc President occupies van tage ground in tho eyes of the nation, in that ho has uniformly and persistently opposed tho ' removal of ancient landmarks. And could we bo sure Qf what is oalled poetical justice, wc should not hesitate to say or believe that the people-wo mean tho miijority of the North ern peopl...

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. — 7 September 1867

tijj-L .'j?ii...;.v?.>wjj.'...j?.Hig.".'j*!?Lti.iiiJ:.'i A USEFUL RACE.-Itonoootbodeniod that tho coloured raco has proved itsolf tho most gonorally useful raco that hos over existed iu this country. They havo not only cultiva ted Cotton, rice, tobacco and corn, but they hayo boon invaluable to tho politicians, the philanthropists, thc philosophers, tho senti mentalists, tho poets, tho stump speakers and tho dootors of divinity'; Whilst their indus try produced tho staples which laid tho foun dations of tho vast commercial and manufac turing enterprise and wealth of America, their condition has occupied tho minds and set To ing thc tongues and pons, nnd ?ually the mui kctfl and cnn non of tho win io race. Tho earth is yet quivering under tho shock of col lision of ideas and muscio of which tho cob v ourod man was thc innocent cause. But his /uses, his progress of all ?crts, hnve not yet boon exhausted. If ho is no longer bearing *hc burthen of slavery, ho is bearing tho bur den o...

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. — 7 September 1867

POETRY. Caprioe. She laing thc cago at the wiudow ; " If ho goos by," BIIO ?obi, " Ho will hear my rctbtn shiglng, Anil whoa bo lifts his head I s?mil bo slttlug boro to sow, And lio will bow to mo, I know." Tba robin sang a lovo sweet song, Tho young mon raised bis bend ; Tho midden turned nway nud blushed .? I am a fool," sho said, And wcnl on embroidering in silk, A pink-eyed ii'*' while as milk. Thc young loan loH?rod slowly, By tho hoitso three times that day ; 8ho took her bird from tim window, M He nocd not look this way." Sbo sat nt ber piano long, And sighed and played a death sad song. But when tho day was done she snid, M I wish that he would come ! ltoinombor, Mnry, if bo calls To-night, I'm not at homo." So when bo r?ng, she went-tho elf I 8ho went and lot bim in herself. They sang full long together, Their love swo-1 song, death Bad ; The robin woko from bis slumber, And vang out, clear and glnd, M Now go," she coolly snid, " 'tis Into ;" Aud followed him to lock tho g...

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. — 14 September 1867

BY ROBT A. THOMPSON & CO. PICKEN8 COURT HOUSE, S. C., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER U, 1SG7. VOL. II..NO. 51. The Heart. Ob ! could wc road tito human liearl, IlBStruilgC, mysterious depths explore, What tonguo could toll or pen impart, The riches of its hidden lore? Safo from tho world's distrustful eye. What deep and burning feelings play. Which e'en storn reason's power defy. And wear the sands of lifo away. Think not beneath a smiling brow, To always lind a joyous heart, Fur wit's bright glow, and reason's How, Tuc often hide a Clinkering dart. The hird with bruised and broken wing, Oft tries to mount (he air ilgaiti, Among its Tiltiles lo gladly sing. Its hist melodious dying strain. Tho firo thal lipids a (lashing eye, May by n burning heart be fed, "Which in its Anguish yearns lo dio. While yet it seems to pleasure wed. Oh, do not harshly judge the ho- rt, Though cold and vain il seems lobe ; Nor rudely seek tho vyil to part, That hides its deep, deep mystery ! KUI_!B -'Ar-VT1.'." ...

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. — 14 September 1867

"?lil? AMNESTY PROCLAMATION. WASIIINOITON, Septombor. 8. Tho following Proclamation was issued this .morning by tho Picsidout of the United 'States of Amorioa, : A PROCLAMATION. Whereas, in the month of July, Auno Dom ini) 1,861, tho two Houses of CV ngross with ex traordinary unanimity, solemnly declared that tho war thou existing was not waged on tho part of tho'?overumeut io any spirit' of op pression, nor for any purpos? of conquest or subjugation, nor purpofo of overthrowing or intorforring with tho rights or established in stitutions of tho Statea, but to defend mid jnaintaiutho supremacy of tho Constitution, and to preservo tho Union, with all the digni ty, equality arid rights of the several States unimpaired, and that as soou na these obj ce ti should bo accomplished the war ought to cease ; and Whoroas, tho Prosident of United States, ou tho 8th day of December, Anno Domini, 1863, and on tho 20th day of March, Anno Domini, 1861, did, with the object of sup pressing tho the...

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. — 14 September 1867

. NKW ORLEANS, Septorabor 7.-In aadum lug oouunand of tho ?th Military District. Gen. Griffin says that all existing laws will remain in foroo, and that the distnot staflF of ficers will cou ti mic to perform their customa ry duties at headquarters at New Orlcaus uo td further ordors. Gou. Ord telegraphs that Vicksburg hos boon pince?' under quarantine Boats from New Orleaus must laud at a station two milos below tho oity. Thoro wore forty-three yellow fovor doaths in twenty four-hours, ending at 6 o'dook this morning SAVANNAH, Sept 10-Joseph Soaruthors, Tcllor of tho Central Railroad Bank, abscon ded with 89,000 on Saturday night last. $1,000 reward is offered for his apprehension. IMMIGRANTS FOR LIBERIA.-Tho names of about 500 applicants for n passage to Libo ria in November, aro now upon tho books of tho American Colonization Sooioty. Those aro residents mostly of tito States of South Carolina, Georgia, Kentucky, Teuncssco and Virginia, and arc nearly all of thc olass pop ularly ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 14 September 1867

'Twas Ever .Thas. X never venred ti young gaaollo, (Because, you soo, I novor trlod,) But, "Wi it known ?Dd loved mo well, - ' No doubt th? oroature would havo diod. ' My rich and aged Uncle John, [fas'known 'mo long and lovos mo wall, Jhit'. .still persists ty living on I would ho woro a young gazelle ! I nover loved a troo or flowpr; But If I had. I bog to say. Tho''light, tho wind, tho sun, ov shower, Would soon havo withered it away, ,'1'vo dourly lovod my Undo John, From ohlldhood till tho present hour, And yot ho will go living on I would ho were a trco or (lower ! FOU THK COURIER. Soraps for Children-No. 6. DEAR Cnti.DUKN : Tho word Jewel shall form tho themo of tho present letter. A jewel is a vory precious thing. Truth is a jewel. Wo wish uow to call your altontion to a few of this sort of jewels : 1. " God made mo," ia a truth you must lay up in your hearts. I havo met sotne great big children who didn't, have thia jewel couldn't tell who made them. Not so with you is it? ...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 21 September 1867

/. my : ;' ' /> _ , . ; . . . . ffff?^jggfjjmgmfi?_; ??BjWBSjBC? ffTM^^?." J. "2j|?"^...J_L.ll^J?n.-1.1''?^"J Jit- >?????-m?yii- i-ijrii r - - mmmi r ' J "tf'T-^ '?'?"?-' ' -ir-rr r ijilgr-, i- , j j- II IJ .im i_ ..j'UJ 1 L 1 * '1 ."****g****B?i?"y " ' " ' ' 'f*'" """i??'.-?*1""1*. >*I!!^W*!*****^^,*''* " Tn (ni tic own self bc (ruc, and it mu ^ ^^^^^ us r/ns night thc dug, thou can'tt nat then be JaUe to uny man." M ROBT A, THOMPSON & CO. P1CKKNS COURT HOUSE, S, C, SATUB|AY, SEPTEMBER 21,1867. VOL, ll,.NO. 52. m." . . --.??- ?? tmmmmmtmimmmHmtmmmmmm*. i ni WM*.?^^IIM>.?W>IIII L^WIUIIHIUH-, - ? ? ? - ? -^, ?"M>MM^_ - . . ^ . .?i^iwini M ???.??? MIMHIW ???- ? ? - - - - . _. - - . _ POETRY. a Grand Old Poem. Who HII?III judge a mun from milliners? Who HIIUII know liiiii by Iiis il rend ! Paupers may bo fit for princes Princes lil for noiliing lena. Crumpled wliirl and dirty jacket May heclotho Ibo golden ore Of the deepest thought, and fooling Salin Tents uoulil...

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. — 21 September 1867

Corro8pond6uoe<of Jto.e Columbia Pheonix, WAH?ALIWI ??. C., ?opt. 13, 1807. W? trust U vrjll provo iutorosting, and may bo practically instructivo to our friends below, to give them somu of tho prices ourrout, in this region Of pure air aud Tuetouio honesty. Boef bought by the, quarter, may bp had at ?f?oni three to ?vo o?nts a pound, and tho beef is of ? oxoellont quality generally ; while at re .la if flip price varies.from G to 8 cents. Mut ton is sometimes cheaper than beef. Bacon and lard raiig?.from. 12} to.20 cents a pound, dorjendiog upon thc supply of other meats. Venison of tho finest quality sells at from 5 to 10 couts a pound. That is to say, beef, mutton and venison all sell at about the same . price. Chichona oan be readily bought nt from 12^ to 15 cents, while egjis never go above 10 couts a dozen, and three dozen for a ijuartcr, were bought n few days ago. Butter costs from 15 to 20 cents a pound. Irish po tntoes.c?st, varying with the time ol' thc year, from 50 t...

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