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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 26 October 1867

O. E. SLOAN & CO. OF PENDLETON, S. C., ARE NOW RECEIVING A LARGE STOCK OF GROCERIES, HARDWARE, CROCKERY, DRY GOODS, MEN'S HATS & CAPS, LADIES' HATS, BOOTS A NM) SHOES, &C, &C, AC., Which havo boon purchased ii? thc Philadel phia. New York ami Cha richte? markets and ?rc offered nt tho LOWEST PRICE in ex .change for Country Produce or Greenbacks. Wc have also purni,asod the GIN HOUSE formerly Monking |0 ?j, ?j. H0ns0l?f itlul |,nv. ing refitted tho Minio, are prepared to Gin Cotton for the TWELFTH, and guarantee J. ii E. SLOAN & CO. Pendleton g Q 0|<t 10 180? g__4 AT ANDERSON C. II. AND ffKNpfrtitm VILLAGE. S. BLECKUOY. } . , DR. A. EVINS, } Anderson C. H. S. BLECKLEY, > DR. A. EYl\S. . (pondlfitmi JOHN C. CHERRY r ndl0t0n THE UNDERSIGNED would respectfully Inform their fti?nd?, ami tim public, that they have recently formed a partnership ir. thc , ^MERCANTILE lil SI NESS, I BAnd arj juat now receiving, direct, from Now i ^Wiork, their Fall Stock Of Gooda, c...

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. — 26 October 1867

.-?iii,:....? -. ? _?.v -ii. ..?.ni m <jy.. f*^y*T?*Jt?l* VARIETY. The Charity of Freemasonry. ' The followiug corrospoudenoo published in the u National Freomason," illustrates, nS that journal well says, tho charity of the Ma sonic fraternity. Tho jewel referred to was purchased by Brother Ooria and sent to broth er Bruns with tho request that it bo returned to its proper owner, lt is of mussivo gold, . and was presented by thc Grand Lodge to the j lion. Gharles Jones Colcook, then Grand j Master, at the union of the two Grand Ledge* iu 1817 ; Di?O.vrt?tt, lu,, Aug..IO, 18G7. lt W. lt. If HUNS, 32?, Grand Secretary Grand Lodge, S. G., Charleston, S. C. : Dear Sir and Brother: I am in receipt of n lottor from Brother Zimmerman Davis, who was iu charge of your office during your ab sence, desiring me to send tho jewel to you, as the family to whom it belonged resided in your city. Brother Davis gets tho impression from my letter that the Grand Lodge of Illi nois had already taken...

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. — 2 November 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 ???- ? ? - - - - . _. - - . _ A Midnight Dream. In the mid ??lenco of ?he voiceless night. When, chased by uivy dreams, t he*slumbers flee, Whom in (lie darkness ?lol.li my spirit seek. ?ii, God. bul Thee! And if linne bc a weight upon my breast - Some vague impression ol'Hie day foregone Scarce knowing what il i...

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. — 2 November 1867

Tho South and Reoonstrootlon. The " Now York Heitiki says : * Nothing could be more dis-ist/oua to the ?South than vibe action they scorn likely to take in oousc;quenoo of tho result of tho ftforfchcrn elections. Thero seems to bo neither sense laor.sanity in their exultations. Thc organs oro appealing on every side to*Vow against tho.Convention, and to do nothing whatever toward bringing tho Southern States again in ito Congtvss, or into tho Union. What do they expeot to accomplish by this? Po they expect to get into Congress or the Union in any other way ? For two years longer this present Congress will bold posses sion of power. The reconstruction law is not likely to bc changed during that time, at all events. Nor is there ono chance in ten that the South will bo able again to deprive thc blacks of their right to Voto. When a large body of men in any community have once lind possession of the ballot, they do not easily surrender it. It has become to them an actu nl pi opcrty, an...

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. — 2 November 1867

SAL E Of Personal Property. THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA. Picketts-lu Hojuity. Martha A. Hogg?. Adm'x., ) v.-. I Hill. Elihu (ii ?Din, ct.als. j BY virtue of ii decretal order to mc directed by tho (Jour? of Kqulty, in this causo. 1 wilt ??'ll to tho highest bidder, nt tho Into residence of (Jot. Tho*. H. Hoggs, on Friday tho 29th day vf No. vciuber, 1807, tho remaining ^Personal Property Belonging to tho Estate of said deceased, iiiunoly : About 300 RUSH ELS CORN, WHEAT, FODDER. SHUCKS, &C. CARRIAGE <fc HARNESS, TWO HORSE WAGON, HORSE, MUEE, CATTLE, HOGS, SHE El', &C. HOUSEHOLD & KITCHEN FURNITURE, FARMING TOOLS, &0. Together with various other articles too nu lucrous to mention. TERMS O SF s.U/!:. For nit articles, the value nf which is five (lol- ! lars und upwards, ou n credit ol' twelve mont hs, with bond, interest n >d approved security, For nil articles, tito vu lue. of which is under live dol l'o-i. thc cash must ba paid on the div ot'sn lo. KOUT. A. THO...

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. — 2 November 1867

"Nevor Mind." Wlml's tho usc ul" always i?elling At tito trials wo shall find Ever strewn along our pathway, Travel on, and " never mind." Travel onward; working, hoping, (??st no lingering glanoo behind At the trials once encountered, Look abend, aud " Never mind." Whit is pu fl >?. past forever; Li l all tho fretting he resigned ; It will lu help die muller Do your best, and ?' never mind." Aa I If tho.-a? iv liri might bofricud you, Whom tho lies of natura bind, Should refuse to do their duly, Look to Heaven, and "nevei* h ind. ' Friendly words ure often spoken When tho footings ?re unkind ; Tuko them for their real value, I'RV.? I hem by, and "never mind." IliW "Sat" Dosed His Dog. When I wer a boy, and my legs not longer than John Wentworth's, dad fotohed honte a durncd wot thiess, mangy, fle>-bittcn, gray, j old fox bonn, good for mithin Lu; to s wall cr up what ot ter to have lined up tho bowels ov us brats. Weil, I naturally took a distaste to him, and had a sorter hnu...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 9 November 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 ???- ? ? - - - - . _. - - . _ The Recent Murder in Pickens. We take tho opening remarks of Mr. KKKD, thc Solicitor, and the charge of Judge DAW KINS, iq this casi?, from tho Columbia Chronicle," as follows : gpKKCii or nos. j. p. HEED. Gentlemen of the Jury : I am not in the habit of making au opening address to ...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 9 November 1867

[From tho Charleston Dally News.] The Immigrants Coming. Our people generally, and especially' our 'German citizens, will read' with .interest tho following letter received by GonorarWngcuor from Captain Mclohcrs, tho Agent of South Carolina for promoting immigration from Ger many. It will be seen that, in spite of all difficulties sad discouragements, tho good work of Immigration is steadily advancing : OLDENBURG, October 3, 18(37. ?fvneral J. A. Woycncr, Commissioner oj ?mnn'?/rntion\? D?.vu Sm: -Since my last report I have been nearly al wi vs on tho wing. I have travelled principally through the upper part nf Germany, Saxony-, B.ivarlu, Wurt ctn burg, oct. 1 have distributed )voUr pamphlets through a grout many cities, towns and villages, and ? tho people begin to see thc importance of] South Carolina as a home for them. 1 am in j hopes that by next spring, when tho stream 6f emigrants begin to How, some will seek j - South Carolina ns their home. I havo also j sent a thousand c...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 9 November 1867

U. S. Marshal's Salo. Y VI UT UH of a writ offi<tri fad a* to mo direot ed. I will ?oil to tho highest bidder, ot the rcs Idcuco of F. Scurry, two ly days from tho Unte hereof, tho following property lo w?6-. 700 ACRES OF LAND, Moro or lesa, bounded by louds qf Wm. H. Stab ling, Tho?. .M. Stribliug, Thou. I>. Movgu? and others. -ALSO GOO BUSHELS OF COHN ; .1 CARRIAGE & HARNESS; TWO HORSES ; Levied upon ns (be property of F. Scnrry, nt the suit of S'yles Hurd vs. F, Scurry and U. M. Payne. TERMS, CASH ! TWOS. Si. RAYSINGER, Pulled States Deputy M ar sh ni. Nf v. 2. 1P07 7 8 Sheriff's Sales. ]>Y virtue of sundry writs of fieri /minx to me > directed, 1 will se|l o Ibo high esl bidder, nt Picketts Court House,, on Siitvdny lil December next, and days following, tho below described property, lo wit : tine Truel ol* bund, lying on Little Brnsstovn Creek, containing 2ft0 Acres more or less, ii Hein ing binds of Isaac Staudt hipe. .Limes Cosimd oth ers, levied on ns tbe pro...

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. — 9 November 1867

POETRY, Evening- Brings Us Homo. Upon llio hills llu) wind is sharp and cold, Tho sweet young grasses wither on tho wold, And wo, O Lord, have wandered (ron? T y fold ; But evening brings u nemo. Among the mists we stumble, end the rocka Where lit? br?wu linchen whitens, and tho fox Watched thc Kl nigglers from tito scattered Hocks; Uut evening brings us home. Tho sharp I horns ?nick us, and our tender feet Are cul and bleeding, and the lamps repent Their pitiful complaints-O rest is sweet When i V' ni?g brings us home. Wc Lave keen wounded by ll.o hunter's dans, Our eyes aro very heavy, and our hearts Search for thy coining-when the light departs And evening brings us heme. Thc darkness gathers. Through (he gloom no si.ir Rises to guide us. Wo have wandered far; Without Thy lamp we know liol where we nrc At ?vening, brings us home. Thc clouds ave round us, and tho snow-drifts thicken O Thou, dear Shepherd, leave us not to sicken lu tho waste night-our tardy footsteps miickeu- j At ...

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. — 16 November 1867

( r i J.?L.'l_ MOM (W*Vn 'Ti'.''.'':: :y.^?Zi:,L'^lZll:i> '1 '_:?. ? 1 r? 1 / ;^? '' Wim , 7V/ Mine oie? svi/ le trun, and it must follow, imiiii BIS? BY ROB'T. A, THOMPSON & CO, HCKENS COURT HOUSE, S. C? SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1867. fejitMl^lJJi'Jit' '? iTti?'rtlH'if lii?i irfl^irj.^?H.fA.>lLV-i ^ l i i l i I iri U n li. \* H iliwti a? i7<c night the day, thov can'ut not then le /?lee to any man. VOL, III,.NO, 8. POLITICAL. Trocoodings of tho Conservativo Whito Convention. We make up the proceedings of tho Om ttorvativo White Convention, held io Coloni binQth instant and day following, from the pnpers of that oitv : On motion of James G. Gibbcs, Esq., Ron Wm. F. DoSnussyro was chosen temporary chairman, nnd Messrs. R G. I>eFontaino and John T. Sloan appointed secreta ries. Rev. Win. Martin opened tho proceedings with prayer. The Chaitman called upon the delegates to enrol their names. They are as follows : B. Sitton. B. F. Whitncrfrom Anderson Judge A. P. Aid rich, ...

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. — 16 November 1867

'The Recent Elections-Ccmmcnts of the Press. Tho " National lutoHigouoer," tho Presi dent's organ, says : it Tho pcoplo of Now Vork have announced fchSi thoy h?vo don? with radicalism.. Thcro is hardly a town' ?r county in tho State that has not siu'nitiod; its disapprobation of tlii) rad ioal programnio.of destruction. While Con necticut and California have beaten baok tho wings, New VorU uas pierced the contro of ?? ' the cohorts of. radicalism, und written upon their beaten banners the talismuuie werdr : The Constitution and tho laws shall bo obayed.' Kven the old Buv State wheels into ' lino, and shakes off tho sliaokles of. radical despotism. New Jersey and Wisconsin fol- j . low, and gallant old Maryland?always for | tho Constitution and the Union, whether against Southern or Northern rebels?gives ulmost an unanimous support." Tho <( New York Herald," independent, oloses its comments as follows : " Tho decision of New York Stato in this year's contest has been looked for wi...

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. — 16 November 1867

REPORT Of E. H, Guiffin, Secretary A Trc'a?tfr'.ir of "Board of Commissioners of tyoU?ih and, lirtdgos, 5th Regiment, S. C Mhy to Fall Term, 1807 : 1807. i!m. Oct. 21.?To balance ou hand as f&'r l?irJt Re port, $ ? 6 27 Oct. 21.?Gash received of S. G. Hcrndon, T. G., ?258 83 1263 00 Oot. 21.?Received of Commis sioner Keith tor estruy Sheep, 1 50 Oot. 21.?To cash received of Commissioner Singletou for 2 eatray Sheep, 2 50 1207 00 To oash received of L. Thorn as, s. !>.?., 85 00 1352 00 1807. CR. April 8.?Rycash paid II. C. Mil lor for repairs on Eighteen Milo Bridge, 12 00 April 8.?By cash paid F. Mar-, tin for repairs on Eighteen Milo Bridge, 2 00 April X.?Ry cash paid Commis sioner G ossei t for advertising Biidgo over Saluda Hiver, 1 00 May 81.?Hy cash paid Jno. Stew art, part repairs on Milo Creek Bridge, 10 00 May 31.--By cash paid W. J. Hunuicutt for repairs on Koo wee Bridge, 47 50 May 31.?Hy cash paid \V. J. llunuieutt, part for Hoggs' Bridge on Twelve Mile, 35 00 May ...

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. — 16 November 1867

E . Good Night. Good night, my love, tlio dny god hips Mis evening cup ?t* \\ ?. A?d eoe??s repose oh purple elende That iWk tho day's declino. The ?inkling $r ?ho ?itetant bells SwoCt W" ll?O.?VViil..? Announce tho homeward inaroh of herds, Adown tho dewy vaio. The dew drop fills' tho lllly's cup Prom vi higo high above, Distilled lav" up tho ether stairs-? Uoo l Wight, good night, my love! rJ >?> I night, the violet nods her head. The bin ? bell shuts her eye Upon a perfumed. i\ios?y bed Where Flora's beauties lio. The hutnbh'd seeks her dewy nest, The weary robin folds her wing; And gently swaying linden boughs Their leafy curtains Sling. Tho (lirolly brings lier littlo lump To elicer us with its light, And crickets chirp their eveutng song ; GooJ night, my love, good nighf. Good night, the chiming of the bell, From ont yon cloister grim. The flitting hours too I inly tell In hollow noocnts dim. Tho lady mocn, In fleecy robe, Her snowy curtains close, And little stars begin...

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. — 23 November 1867

tty > wS iinitiTtwtiwtiW " 2o f/u'/it oirn i//" Ac nic, UM<7 tV IM / follow, BY ROBT. Ai THOMPSON &-C0. fi thc niyht thu doy, (hov can'Kt vet thin lc jatee to art/ mon." flCKENS COURT HOUSE, & C., SATURMI,NOVEMBER 23,1867. VOI, III..KO. 9, _poetrt: THE (JON FED S A E DEAD. ?T COL. TUKODOlli: l.'ll\H.\. [The fui to wing tines are unsurpassed by ,\ (in h;/ in" thole ' ? ! in ilio r.H,;lisli 1 ttlfplitgc, Th?*\ nr.; toiuiinz, 1/.'.tut i l ui. einquellt 'indurami Ulte of Hie 81 nut is now a toi'iia in iti il metti in I'? ? edi camotery?- yoa. .-ven in oulllv-it?il, cono ilei Iliin ton, witor? tue..' baiatili une I ??itt? IVI to xv ?. unti itohii'isoM, mi I loo't wit/i ubili ein ni upon ali Aat 111?! Itteraiilt-' thi does nu ni ve its bin li in Vins ? ?1 ? . Tiio i' ? ?>.?. a ir ill nit sablier paid lilt) kit d. A'. ?.1 I'll. (o Mr is on U etici it Bi'oo ten.'nlco'd stair. J fli." uitlVU -1 ?li n n':i i l roll Uhm hc.it Tili? S'il llor'a I UM tut on ; No more mi liie's t...

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. — 23 November 1867

. Mid.lfioui'jii of tho Ingrani Rivanne Syi? te m Ti Y 8 immillili .Uqmbucan," s.ys : One of tho iito-d . encouraging reports that has ; roio'ia j in fro Washington, i* tho recent ' ? uiinoipit? iniout that Hon. Cavil i). \V?IN, tlio indefatigable t?poci d Con'iiissi-nior <d" the In t nid U'ijvoutto Department, will urge-, inn voj.u i nous ami aldo r-p nl, which lie has pre gnred for pr?sentation to Co a g rets, the nec essity fjr a thoniugh. i non di ilo and s.viioh ing reform in the revenue laws. As at present e inducted there is no roo to d ? il>t bar (hat tho ijio ?: nuiont Insodro.idy bajn swill lied out of million of d dlal'8 ; ami Huhns the present in t rie ? ? :s jtlwd i.s simpli lin i, we hive no assurance that this eontomp tibie spoeto* of fr uid will over bo cheeked.? j The astounding disclosure tint have been ? brought to ligiit in the two important commo- ; dittos of.cotton and wip.skoy alono in t!ie single < port of Now York, have stiggored the pub- : lie mind...

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. — 23 November 1867

^Hjt?M^finflmilii ? arUWntU. > iiwiii niif m VKKVM FEMALE SEMINARY. TIft? rrliioipnl timi Teachers of the SUrtiter Ft III ?lo Seminary will establish a first elusa FEM ALK SEMINARY At Whlliall.i. It w?" be opened for the reception of Hoarders nn?l 1'iipHs untilo 1ST DAY OF FEBRUARY, 1868. ?1 nil the branche*usually tu tight In a first-cluss institution will la-mughl in this. For ip.for nt ut ioli respecting terms. &e.. apply to Rev. F. M. Motto\n. at- Walhalla, or to Kor. Klktoukk Smith, tho Ministerin charge of the W?UihUh Circuit, who have been conslittticil Age-its for this Institution. te Urge met coimuoiOnus bttildiug known ns I the Vtnerican Hotel, is now being titled ami pre pared lor the reception of hoarders and pupils. | and every arrangement will bo ?nad? for t hoir health nmUcomt'ort. W tllmlU. S.,t;.. Nov. 1?. 18 7 . 0?If I REPORT i Of E. ?I. OniKFiN. Secretary & Tretisuror of Hoard of Commissioners of Roads and Bridges. 5th Regiment, S. C M., to Kail Term, 1...

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. — 23 November 1867

aviis?i?x-i?J^istyr.^ \ Oonfllot nn,d Conque,t. C '?ra?o, Wrollier, ?lo not stumble. Though tha path oo dork na night ; ( V TIjoio'9 ft et-ir t> guido the humide, TruaL ia Ood and d? the right. Lot tho raid bo rough nn 1 dreary, And its otul far out of el^ht, Fo.it it bravely, strong or'woary. Trust in Ood and do the right. forfait policy and cuntdng, Perish ill that fears tho li^ht. Whethor losing, whether winning. Taut in Ool and do tito rigiit. Trmt no jurly, soot or fashion ; Trust no lea 1er in tho light ; lint In overy word and action. Tra t in Ood an.I ?j the right. -Trini no lovely t'orni of passion : t'ideo M m iy look like angola brigl.t t Trust rio ?u ej ov?, school or fashion, IV st in Ood and do the right. Simple rulo and 3*fosl guiding, Inward peace and inward might, Star upon our path abiding. Trust in Oo.l and do tho right. Somo will hnto thee, some will love thee, Sonto will flutter, somo will slight ; Covio from man and look above thee, Trust in Ood and do tho r...

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. — 30 November 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 ???- ? ? - - - - . _. - - . _ Rest from Retribution. Prom Hie. beek of a shadowless hand, From tlie nod o?a ghostly lioml, Orel- surge, ami foam, mu) sea ami land, With a deathless guilt 1 have lied ; 1 bavo Hod lo this desert strand; To this chill unfriendly shore, To pauso in its temples Ml niUnt and grand ; T?...

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. — 30 November 1867

?wtiifw^t'v**?*-?^^?^* * * TT^ri jr; - - ??? -*?-. Agricultural News. Thc report of tho Commissioner of Agii oulturo for October, has appeared. It ia inore titan usually iutoresting, us it contains n Humming up of tho proceeds of this year's crops, as compared with those of last year. Thc following ia a synopsis of tho report, pre pared in Washington ; WHEAT.-Thc returns indicate nu increase of 40,000,000 to 50,000,000 bushels, over tho crop of last Y(,?r, the estimate for this year j being 225,000,000 bushels. This represents i the morongo, in tho whole country, and covers tho deficiencies in Texas, Kansas and sumo of tho Eastern States, which foll short of last year's orup. Tho Southern States show a ma terial enlargement ill the area of wheat from an evident intention to become moro uearly self-supporting and independent than former ly. This is particularly noticeable in Virgin ia, Georgia, Alabama, Tennessee, and Arknu- I eas. Tho great declino in Texas results from Bevoral onus...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
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