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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 21 September 1867

jji'-'-'-.g'.'J'*.'."*!'.*"1 im ii in pi tjjStggS HNUOUUAOKMKN?.-Tho Washington oor rcspotidont of thc M Boston l'ost," says KxrGovornor 1<\ W\ Pioko?is of South Ouro liou, ia horo to consult ttith tho President touohing tho affairs iu tho Second Military District. He says tho removal of 0 encrai Sickles has greatly encouraged tho industrial classes of P nth Carolina, and that confidence in the good faith of thc Federal Government in being rapidly restored, (louerai Cunby has boon favorably received and every one is pleased with tho chango. Governor Picken? thinks that sovcral negvoo j will bc roturnod to Congress. RECEIPTS Th? following persons have paid on their sub scription (o thc COUUIKR, a? follows : A. (1. JMeld. .... $1 ?5 Satu'l. C. (Mytle, .... J 25 Jas. B. Grant, .... ] 25 J, 1\ Perrin, .... fi 00 W. j. Marlin. - ft 00 f;ot:w ?tLUi?va. Appiv tn SMITH $ ?IO I. VjiY, Pendleton, or al J. ll. MoOKK'Si at An Icrsou, on nuki Suluday. Sept 18. 18H7 .Vi li DO SOMETHING ! A LL ...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 21 September 1867

JorroapondenoB of tb.o Columbia Phonix, c WA?-?ALLa S. CV, ?opt. 18, 1807. Y/? trust it wjll provo interesting, and tony 9 practically instructivo to our friends below, , ? give them souio of tho prioes ourrout, in ^ lis r?gion of puro air and, Tuctou io. honesty ? locf bought by tba quarter, may bo lind at , opi throe to. five oouts a pound, and tho beef of ovcollout quality generally ; while at uv I * iif ibo pnoo varies from 5 t " * cents. Mut- /, ?ri io sometimes cheaper than beef. Macon id Janl rs.hgd.from 12 J i.o-20 contB a pound, n amending up m the supply of other moats.- ? Vulsoti of tho finest quality soils at from 0 * ^10^ couts a pound. -That is to say, beef, iUtto}i and venison all sell at about the saino , rice. Chichona oan be readily bought at om 12i to 15 couts, whilo eggs never go < )ovo 10 cents a dozen, and three dozen for a uartcr, were bought a few days ago. Putter osts from 15-to 20 couts a pound. 11 ?sh po- j atoes.cost, varying with the time of the yeane...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 28 September 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. Sword and Plough. [From I ho German of Wolfgnng Midler. There toas once a count, so I've heard it said Who foll that his end drew near; And he called his sons before his hod, To part thom his goods and gear. Un called fur bis plough, ho called for his sword, That gallant, gund and bravo; They brought him holli nt their father's word And thus ho his blessing gave: " My first-burn son, my pride and might, Uti thou my Sword retain ; My castle un'tho lordly height, And all my broad domain." "On theo my well lovell younger hoy, My plough I hero bestow ; A tioaeciul lifo shu t thou enjoy In thc quiet volo below." Contented sank the sire to rest, Now all wa s given away ; The sons held true his last holiest, E'en to his dy...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 28 September 1867

Speeoh of the Fretfdent at Antietam. Tho following speech was delivered by President JOHNSON at tho dedioatiou of the oatioual ccinotory st A ntiotam : ' My Follow-Countrymon : lu appearing bo lero you, it ts not for the purpose of making any lengthy remarks, but simply to express my approbation of tho ooremonies which have . taken place to day. My nppearanco on this occasion will bo tho speeoh that I will make. My rollcotions and my meditations will bo in filent communion with thc dead, whoso deeds wc arc hero to commemorate. I shall not at tempt to give utternueo to the feelings and emotions inspired by the addresses and pray ers which have boen ntado, and hymns which have been sung. 1 ?hall make attempt at no BUch thing. I am merely here to give my j countenance and aid to tho ceremonies nu this 1 ooonsiou, but L must bo permitted to express ?ty hopo that wc may follow tho example which bas boon so eloquently alluded to this j afternoon, and which h is been so dearly set i by thc...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 28 September 1867

Ogg* i fj???? 9 COLLECTOR'S SALE. BV VIRTUE OF A WARRANT OP DIS TRACT directed to mo bvA. 8. Wsllnco, Esquire Collector of Interned Kevefnie for th? 3d oollootion dlstr?ot of South Carolina1, I hnvo levied on tho following Proporty belonging to Jeremiah Looper, us follows: Or. tho Homo Pince, containing One Hundred and^ Fifty Acree, moro or lost?, adjoining hinds of l'hos. A. Rogors, Juab Mauldon and "others. T?IAOT INTO. 2, Known ns tho Steading place lying on Twe'lvo moo River, containing Ono Hundred and Sixty Aoros more ur less, adjoining lands of Alexan der Algood, Ooo. Milier and John B. Clardy. TRACT IMO. 3, Whoreon Anderson Looper now lives, lying on "Wolf Crook, containing Two Hundred Acres, moro or less, and adjoining lands of Joab Maul den, Tract No. 1, and others. --A LS O ONE BAY HORSE ; ONE MULE. This proporty will ho sold at Jeremiah Loop or's residence un Thursday tho 17th dav of Oc tober next, at ll o'clock. A. M., to thc highest bidder, for "Ino purpose of paying In...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 28 September 1867

V A B I E T Y. How Softly 0:1 the Bruised Heart. How softly on tho bruipod heart A word of kindness fulls, And to tho dry and parched soul Tho moist'ning tour drop culls; Oh, if tliey know who walked tho earth 'Mid sorrow, grief and pain, Thc powor ii word of kindness halli, "i'woro paradise ngnin. The weakest and tho poorest may The simple pittance give, And hid delight to withered hearts Roturu again and live; Oh, what is lifo If love ho lost ? If min's unkind to man-. Or, what tho li on von that wails beyond This brief and mortal span? As stars upon the Iranqu.. sea In mimic glory shine, So words of kindness in the heart Reflect tho source divine ; Oh, thou bc hind, who'er thou art, That bronthod'. mortal breath, Anl il shall brighten all thy life, And sweeten oven death. VOW Ttl K COU lt I KR. Scraps for Children -No. 7. T)KAU CHII.DIU'.N : If you received ?nd laid up in your heart tho throe jewels to which your attention was called ill my lust Scrap you aro prepared for tho rec...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 5 October 1867

k'j"'j^'M>u .. ..... i_(u..'. .jff-'- ?'ii"iJj!^'ijjL!iiiJLjjJ_r^?S?fi??fi Killi .'UV ?K*Y*\ti*trnA\ ?J]j. ii ii n?tlM? TV Mine ow? ie// ?e ?r?e, and it must /oli?te, <is (he ftiyht the doy, (hov can'st not then te Jal ne to any man." BY ROBT. A. THOMPSON & CO. P1CKENS COURT HOUSE, S. C, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 5,1SG7. VOL. III..XO. & POETRY. Thers i? a Tongue in Every Lfa? There is A tongue tn every 1 nf, A voice in every rill A voice that npeakcth everywhere. In flood Mnd tire, through earth and air! A tongue th t's never still ! 'Tis tho Great Spirit, wide diffused, Through every thing wt? see, That with our spirit? eouiu:uiieih Ol' things myst crions-lite and death Time and eternity ! . I see hun in the blazing MID. And in the thunder cloud ; 1 hear him in the mighty roar. That rughuth through tho fort-Ms' roar, When winn's arc raging h ud. I feel him in thc silent dens, Hy grateful est th betrayed ; I feel hin. in the gentle showers. Tho nutt South winds, tho hrWtlt ol'...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 5 October 1867

amii ??ii?ite? ;C>V ^OB'T. A. THOMPSON, Editor. E THOMPSON I ROiriTYOUNG, i . " Pit o nt wTo ns. 7'K ttM S.-Por Subscription, T \\y O D O l,. .?'?f/A-lfS ptr fliiniw? strictly in ?'liante ; t'or kilt . HoUth.*, ?ne Dollar. _ 6"?$?*' A il i'crt i tunen tx inserted ut $1 per square of ? ten tines or less for the J?r$t inter.ion, and GO cents -."ty-?rtvA subsequent insertion. fi>?r* Obituary tfotiecs exceeding jive lines, 7VA? .Hites of Respect, G'onmmvcations of a personal character, and Announcements nf Candidates, tritt /io charged j'or os advertisements', tftSf Job Printing matty and cheaply executed. fSi??'" Payment can be made in currency, or in pro vision at the market ratet. liifi?y*- lYecensity compels us to adhere strictly to the requirement of cash payment. PICICENS C. Ii., S. C.: Saturday Morning, October 5, 1867. JBCtT Mr. JOSIAH YV. Conn, of Picken?, lias been appointed Com mission or for tho Uni ted Stutcs Courts for South Carolin JO?y Tho pt ico of cottoo hus decl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 5 October 1867

AT PENDLETON, S. C. s rpn Lit & a A BE NOW U Epis I VI NO A LARGE STOCK OF TALL AND WINTER GOODS. Special attention has been given to tho selection of our Stock suited for this market We ?We on hand and are now receiving thc following Goods : DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT: Calicoes. Froiieh Marino's. De Lai nos, English Murmurs. AI pa eons, Puk ins, Poplins, Bleached nod Uro vu II >ue?pU'?; Sd tings, Sh v i.ms, J acorn t itnd Swiss Muslin. Cotton und Lin II Diaper', Table Damask. Rhek Silk, Ledics' Cloth for flunk*', Ladies" H .I nor ls. Simwls lind Cloaks. Hlankets, Corset Jeans, Can.bries, ?fcc, &e. NOTIONS AND FANCY GOODS : Gentlemen s Linen and Paper Collars, Lu?tes' an 1 Gilts' IjMov *s - i ?ri ?1 assort ii ort* j Ladie.-'and Gents' Ui il? r Vi Ms, Shill Fronts, Cravats, Pocket Handkerohiefs-Silk ami Linen; Duttons, Trimmings, and Hoop Skirts. CLOTHING & CLOTH DEPARTMENT: Cloth Coats, Pants and Vests, Satinette Coats. Pants and Vests, Cassi mere Coats, all Wool Onssiinorr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 5 October 1867

? - i a - , . - >, . ti i^"i;p=s=^^--.^v--Ttt-T- ,^-v-r - Nothing Lost."" Nothing ia lout ; tho drop of dew. That trembles on tho leaf or Uowei. Ia but exh dod. lo fall anew . In Summer's thunder shower ; ' Percliunco tu sidno.within (he bow That fronts tho sun at. full of day . Perch anuo to Sparkle in the How Of fountt)l?8 far away. . So with' our doods, for good or ill, They have thoir power, scarce understood ; Then let us uso our better will To make thom rife with goo'J. Liku circle, on a lake they go. King within ring, and never stay. Oh! that our deeds were fashioned ao That they rtiiglit bless alway I ^ - - . * -~ PROCEEDINGS OJ the Fifth Ano uni Meeting of ihr J{ Wl-^l (Jon unit inn of Smith ('omiVp/i(.^ A\u<ji> Jjihrrti/ ( V////.<.//, locken* ? ., od.,, itKf lgg Thc (Jon.-. -??- -"Sf?-**" ^ ?nd Societies, and v^T1 ft?M<JW8 : Sharon-F. M. >^""? J- M- Olotin, N. T. Martin. Anl^"-K Vi 1><!nitt- A-- 11 Eew Is. Six tip/1Twenty-David .delton, J. ?0. })oro...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 12 October 1867

.j^gg-L^jj^i_!i?iaLi-i?!-jiM^jj-L-?.-ii ?? ??? .iii...^^-* :.-..t'x;:...,; .1.,; ,-,,"-" _._._Z._rte m_f .. ?? - _fifi- ii'r -?I?imfn '"?t BY ROB'T. A. THOMPSON & CO. P1CKMS COURT HOUSE, S. C., SATURDAY, OCTOBER R 1807* ~" *? VOL. HI..-NO. ? POETRY. Summer and Autumn. HY OKOUOK ARNOLD. Gorgeous leave? are whirling il own ; Homeward conics thc Scented hay ; O'er the stubble, aero and brown, hluuul thu nut Ullin flowers gay ; lint, nins! .Summers pass hike our joys that puss away ! Fail nod by mn?y r. balmy breeze, lu Die firing I love lo )io 'Neath tho newly budded trees, touting Upward to Mic sky; But, nins ! Tillie will pass, And thc Howers bf spring must die ! Oft my maiden sut with me. Listening to the thrush's tone, Warbled forth from every lice, Ero the meadow hay was mown ; Hut, alas! Summers puss Now, I wander all alone! I.ovo, like tlie dunner time is fair, Decked with buds nnd blossoms gay : Iiul Upon this autumn air Floats a voice, which seems to f-ny, " Loves, alas ! ...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 12 October 1867

To the Members of the Bar Of the Ifyurt/i Con(/Mst'onal JJistrici of South Carolina. For tho-purpose- of facilitating applications Jfor tho booofit of tho Bankrupt Act, approved 2d., of Maroh, 1867, and for saving costs aud expenses, bo.th to Applioants and Attorneys, tho' following practico is respectfully rcoom mcudodi to wit : . ; ...tl. ITivo a Commissioner of tho United States Court appointed in each Di.stri.ot, bo-1 foro whom Petitions and Schedules may be sworn to, as well as before a Register. Sec ll. A. , Soo. ll, Rico's Manual, 42. 2. Make up your petitions with tho eleven forms of A. and li, omitting those upon which nO entries aro made, and have tho same sworn to bofo.ro a Commissioner of thc Coiled Stales Court. Prop-iro, at the sante time, a blank order, if Voluntary Bankruptcy, referring tho oaso to tho Register, leaving that of refer- j once blank, according to Form 17, S. C., Rice's M., l-l7- Thin prepared, forward the Po tit 10Q and Schedules, and blank order to ( ...

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. — 12 October 1867

TAX NOTICE. PURSUANT to VA ordo*" directed to mo by tho Comptro*<)r'Oonornl, to collect an ad ditional D?8tr???'Trtx for tho Commissioners of Poor to pay t><* oxpousos of our Lo un tics that aro in the ><y'um? u"d for tho convenience of Tax payoj/T will attoud at tito following timoN and p)ac/a f?r tho purpose of collecting a tax of 12J portent, on the Oouernl Tax of 1800, vi/, : At JlJobclor's Rot real, Monday, 14th Oeto ber, (M7: Oontor, Tuesday IfithOetobor. L>07; fairplay, Wednesday 10th Ootobor, '07; Cobb's. Thursday 17th Ootobor, '07 ; Kant's, Friday 18th Ootobor, '07 ; Porrwillo, Saturday 19th Ootobor,'07: Hughes', Monday 2l?t October, '07 } Deuton's. Tuesday morning, 22d Ootobor, '07 ; Hull's, Tuesday evening, 22d October, '07; Phillips', Wednesday morning, 23rd October, '07 ; Robins'? Wednesday evening, 23d Ootobor, '07; Tonne' Hill, Tburs'day 24th October, '07; Walha!In', i'Vlday 25th October, '07 : Choohoo. Monday 28th Ootobor. '(i7 ; McKinney's, Tuos do...

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. — 12 October 1867

Tx,X V80IIlIjIjANtr. . " _ I_ October? Tho prudbh-nmKl, October, 's coming down From ber sojourning io tlic fWgid North : Of her approach tho signs nvo putting forth: I lien?' tho rustling <f ber russet gown ; Her Volco rings shrilly on the frosty ?ir, The forest loaves fire blushing rc<t nutt brown, An i Nature wenvs a dark, forbidding frown, Intensely voxel that she's no lott ger fair. October comes ! ber nose, is '. 'tarp sud blue, lier temper chungouble-at morning col?!, At noon she apes a smile, then, like a shrew, M night kite's hovering, turbulent, and bold. Ah ! haw unlike the pregnant? months, thal pern io our rejoicing boi>oi.iu their abundant store. A TALE 0? THE REVOLUTION. HY WibUA.M NASH. The year 17S1 was a dark and gloomy ono fur our forefathers, who wet ;' then struggling for liberty. In South Carotina alfa i rs wetc then in a critical situation. General 0reeno nyule an unsuccessful, attack on the British post of Ninety Six, and withdrew his men be ?ond 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. — 19 October 1867

lilli as the nxght the day, tTiov cau'st ?not then be Jahe to any man." BY ROB* A, THOMPSON & CO. PICKENS COURT HOUSE, S. C., SATURDM, OCTOBER 19,1867. VOL. III.....NO, POETRY. Paraphrase of the Loril's Prayer. The follow.pg paraphr?so of tho Lord's Prayer Las boon act to music in England lt is the boat ?we huv? ever seen in nny language-there is noth |nM -o..???rr und ll0tm..o -.1..n,|an> . Our Heavenly Puttier, lienr our prayer ; Thy uinne be hallowed everywhere; Thy kingdom come, Thy perfect will, In earth, as heaven, let all fulfill; (live this day's bread that wo may live ; Forgive our sins as we forgive ; Help us temptation to withstand ; From evil shield us hy Thy hand ; Now and forever unto Thee The kingdom, power and glory bo. ~ IP o i-i i rr i O A LT HY IlKQUKST. ?Prcin thc Wiusboi'O News, 1st instant.] WINSUOUO, S. C., Sept. 27th, 1807. To His Excellency Governor J~ames Jj. Orr: SIR :-You have nddrosed an official letter to General Sickles in which you thank him fo...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 19 October 1867

?gfrin. Wjl.'l*lU?*J * *-"*.<<*? ll'ITil* ??)????? Kaliwi '!? ?.??j? BleoUone. As Uto pally Journal^ aim tho pcoploof tho ..North take much interest in tho recent oleo tious in Pennsylvanie, and Ohio, it, is prop er that wo;should supply our roaders with tho Opinions of sonic of the loading journals of that section, pn tho result.' Thc New York .;, Tribune," says : ' ' " Pennsylvania yesterday elected Judgo Shorewood to her Supremo Hench, by a small majority. This ia as wo apprehended, though not as wo wished. He is an able mau, while ' bis long experience as a judgo, and his res.. >>?' donco in Philadelphia, gt,vo bim a decided advantage over his competitor. This triumph is personal, and rallier in spite of his thor oughly had polities, than because of them." Tho " Philadelphia Press,-' one of Forney's pupers, says : Tho defeat of thc Republican party in Philadelphia is overwhelming. Nve have j f dion off in every ward, and while we eaunut conceal our profound regret at...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 19 October 1867

Ulf mm AT ANDE RSON C. H. AND PENDLETON VILLAGE. Bi BLECK LEY, 1 . - ^ Tr DR. A. EVINS ? Anderson C. H. S. BLECK LEY, *) VAUM 'JtJYp& f Pendleton. JOHN C. QUERRY ) .TilHE UNDERSIGNED would respectfully 1 inform their friends, and tho publie, that they have recently formed u partucrship in tho MEliC ANTI LE BUSI N ESS, And ari just now receiving, direct from New York, their Kali ?Stock of Goods, consisting of DRY .GOO DSviG HOCK lt I Es',' n.'iuun .vim, ?tJT?i'l?hY > HATS AND CAPS ; BOOTS AND SHOKS ; CROCK EU Y, SADDLERY", IKON, NAILS AND CASTINGS, Together with the ninny other articles of mer chandize usually kept in this market, all of which will bc suld as cheap as any cue can sell them in THE MARKET FOR CASH, OR COUNTRY PRODUCE, B U T N O T O X A 0 h' E /) J T ! Wc will pay the highest market price in .onsh or barter, for Cotton and Country Pro duce, and will ship Cotton for Partners to Now York or Charleston, and sell for them, free of ?commission. Wc earnestly and respec...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 19 October 1867

4MM^<Mk?flt T-fiut itv,a.. III. J__uu_l_L-_ C MISCELLANY' INEZ C0URTLAyj)7 ".l?o caino loo lulo I at onco ho foll That oil Iiis powor was o'or ; ; tndllforouoo in hei'oalm smile dwo't, Sho thought of him uo mor* " ?: Tulk not to mo, Herbert, of fioklcnos; ?niue dot inconstancy in connection ^Y itli u: name ! ..ok to your own heart-WKWH I iiiinu I* ?ev oonviT?mtioiis-thou tell me wi is tho inconstant, who is tho tickle one-ye or mo ?" )*Sn??j liol so bitterly, Inez, dearest; 1 not that ono hasty Conversation, carried c merely in jest, cause you to liing from you ?icart that is all your own. Ab, Inez, yt never loved me, or that foolish conversant would long since have cousod to bo rcuicuibe cd by you." 41 ;T*is false, Herbert ! You well know th Once you were dearer to mo than life ; evet throb of this heart was yours, and yours ont every passing breeze whispered of you- ""11' . and fond, loving though* of Jf?^? ? ted RWto?t??.0?j } dTUtf??WHoblo i. fondest di-ooms-r-yoV^ 'Tfound my...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 26 October 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 ???- ? ? - - - - . _. - - . _ _wii! i re x . Autumn, "Welcome, yo trees, in dying verdure oin I, Weeping your golden tears on nil below ? ?41*11, J??i, AUIUUIII naya, whose aspect snit Delight* my sight, ?"d aoitotiB ult my WOe ! wth thought ful step, in lonely woodland oath, -**WwHo mark the year's retreating fo...

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. — 26 October 1867

A Just View of "th? Re-Aotlon Tho following article, from that ubly con ducted Now York papur, tho '?Journal of Commerce," lias a more candid mid just view of tho lo action ill pclitical sentiment in the North and West, as ovinood by tho result of their elections, than any wo have yet read elsewhere. With this article our views coin? cedo, for wo do not believe that re-action in d?calos increasing str?t?g?h to the Democratic nerty1; but merely the sober second thought of tho masses of the people, who arc in favor of peace and restoration, and who think that these should be clfeeted as speedily as posai, ble, irrespective of p?rty organizations or their success : If tho oontinuod re action, as shown in the recent piont ?otis, is interpreted purely as a demonstration in favor of the ulU time Demo cratic party, it will not only lose its re d sig nificance, but it will be likely to do quite as niuoh harm aa gond to the country The strong point which it establishes is, that the mass of t...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
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