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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 15 February 1868

E ?3$ A negro man, in Indianapolis, Indi f. ?ana, has boen fined two thousand dollars, and ?ontencod to two yearsimprisonment, formar rying a white woman. Attention ! Tax-Payers, ?WTLL ATT KN'I) on tho following days, nt the following hla?o?, tu assess and receive -Holums of Tuxdblo property, and nil other re turns, including capitation, as rou u i red by luw, for tho year 1808, namely: Monday, 10th February, 18GS, at Tunnel Hill, luosday. ll;h Whotstono. M odn'sduy, 12th " .? nt Jonas Phillips. . J hursday, IBtli " " at W. 1). Deuton's. Pirulay, Mth *l M, at 1*3. H agita'*. ?aturday, Ifith M ? nt li. Kel rent, Monday, 17th ? at Center. Tuesday. 18th y i .. " ut Fair Play. tVoJn'sdny, 10th '? " ut Cobb's. Thursday. 20th i .* " at Fant'?. Friday. 2Ut .. f nt Porrvvillo. Saturday. 22d. ami Mondav. 24th. at Walhalla. .Tuesday. g.) th liobrunry, ISu.s. at A. li (J hi nt'? Wudu'eday. 20th V " at J. McKinney's Thursday. 27th " " ut Garrott's. . Friday, 21;h .? (lt llajjood's. Saturday. 20...

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. — 15 February 1868

JMC? i^T Pjan^gy rio On Woman. Hoad dirootly ; thom roud firat aud third, and ecoond ivnil fourth linos of oaoh verso, audio I tho . difference. TIIOLHRS of liitu no tonguo oan tell, V4' ^ I? a woman doth confide ; . W with a woman scorns to dwell, Unnumbered evils witt betide. Thoy fill oaoh. loisurablo day Willi joy and innooont delight ; With ohoorloss gloom and misery. Ave none possosscd whilo in thole sight. They make tho daily path of lifo A pleasant journey strewed with Howers ; A dreary seen? of painful strife, Thoy quiokly obango with nm te h less powers. Domestic Jeys, will fast deoay, * Whero fomalo influen?a is unknown ; Whero'qr a woman holds the sway, A mah ?8 in perfection shown. Sho's never failibg to display Truth in Us nativo loveliness ; A heart inclined to troaohory, A woman never did possess. That man true dignity will find Who tries the matrimonial state ; Who pours contempt on womankind, Will mourn his folly when too lato. An Extraordinary Invention-Steam Van....

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 28 February 1868

BY ROBERT YOUNG & CO. WALHALLA, S. C, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 28; 1868. III.'.'NO. Be Not tho First " ?h! bc not tho first to discover A blot on tho nnmo of a friend, A Haw in tho faith of a lover, Whoso hoart mny provo true lo thc end. v Wo nono pf us know, ono another, And oft into,error wo fall ; Then let us speak well of each brother, Or speak not about him at all. A smilo or a sigh muy awaken Suspicion liiosl false nn:l undue ; And thus our belief may be shaken In hearts liiat arc honest and (ruo. How often thc light smile ot gladness Is worn by tho friends thal Wt meet, To cover a soul full of sadness, Too proud to acknowledge defeat. How ofton thc .sigh of dejection Is heaved from tho hypocrite's breast, To parody truth and aU'oclton, Ur lull a Huspieion lo rest. : i Ilow often thc friends we hold dearest Their noble emotions conceal ; And bosoms tho purest, sincerest, Have soo vd) s they cannot reveal. Leave base minds to harbor suspicion, And smalt ones lo trace our defecto Le...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 28 February 1868

' og^MS^ffii fP'iOserlpi.'on, T Vi O J) O L Hfy8 pc>- unnubiystMctly in advance; for six bntwfono Voil?]. iHOtf Advertisement* inserted ut $t per square of #1 lines or leis for the fr.it insertion, and GU eenie l&^^ each'subs?quent insertion. f \t?l?$F? Olitmtr'/ Notices exceeding fcc lines, Trib fntet of. Respect, Communications of a personal ftfaracter, and Announcements of Candidates, trill vitchajrged for as advertisements. S ^?S"Job Printing neatly and cheaply executed. J 6&* Payment cq&Jtc made in currency, or in pro ,?tfion at the, market rates. ?X .JJjST' ye<?es,sily co?tpcl* tts to adltcre strictly to tm? requirement of cash payment. I WALHALLA, S. C.: ! j Friday Morning, February,28. 1868, 1j| B?? W^UITNEU SYMMES, Esq., lately con aeotcd \yitb this paper, in tho capacity of . ./^Editor, furnishes,U8\Yitb the following nont ";md,fepliugj " va|?jdictpry," to which( wo in-. ;^l^';fh^ : attentjo^ (of our readers. Our best ?*'lw?flb.es shall attend Mr. SYMMES,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 28 February 1868

EDITORIAL MELANGE , * m bill has passod Oongro?s. providing foi i o gradual rcdU?lion of tho army and foi g i (dishing useless grades tho roi n. Senator Wilsou tolographs from Washing I i that Congress will not loan 31,000,000 to I ?th .Carolina- to purohaso homos for thc ! tdlcss darkies. Democratic dubs nrp being organized rough?ut Georgia. Koop tho ball moving. Tho Souato Military Committee have rc I rdod Sherman's brovetnominotionwith thoir ?opiy?va) of the proposed grado. Some imaginative mombor ?f tho South roi ina Convention (so called) rcocutly von jj I a? onthusiastio pauogyrie on Butler of I assaohusotts. Wo hope ho fools bettor af I . his verbal diarrhoa. tn thc ardor of tho j )rtiout ho actually termed "Spoons" yreat ! 'P-rof. Delissior, of Kingston, Jamaica, ! edicts that tho prosont yoar will bo excecd -) y\y "fruitful" in physioal commotions of a ?tous nature, lie looks for earthquakes, rifio storms and other elementary distur I aces. He bases his opinion on certain a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 28 February 1868

-1 von TUB i;?jy little Boy. -- . . -? -i weary, brokenhearted'mau ? I wandoMd listloss through tho world/ Sly joya had dwindled to a span, I < * /, My brain with gloomy thoughts was N? balm into ?ny heart dtwlUlA^U^,5^, No hopo its gorgeous wings m A Hilo messeugor tW^W"*04 ' Who^va',,dmol.l.^t'>*l3elo?my81>Cll.", 1 I nm no lon- now tho same, J^r,.gai>i?r1ft'W*TO'1??s ... J , Tho "vii heart within mo dies, """^l noble hopeai within mo swell. '.<.' iv*\ How stw,g ,"y fainting heart has grown rp? ?.-/",qt r^ 8tormy sea of Hf? I Wo a,.0 no longer no? .l?net For over if jny hum?. Bvn-vq cobt. Or como tho demons that of old. Did lill my bosom with tbotr strifo, . % His apgo) cyos-bia gentle taco Can osorolae PiO ovil ono ; X fold him In a do.?' ombra-0* Thc world is not a doc*1 l,ow> Nor I a mati with i"v'CK'y brow, Tua SHADOW.'?'?*d? nkvouKTUB ??SOS." July, 1805. jt': t , " Sweet -numberer, calm aa twilight's* hour, " And A?? i-01' ls tb/ sloop j , " v [ N# human woo ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 6 March 1868

.m BY ROBERT YOUNG & CO. ? WALHALLAS. C, FRIDA?|iARCH 6, 1868. " vni m ?A <? * ? O IE TRY. Happy Womea. MY 1MICUUK OAUY. lu patient women, ns you wait In cheerful homes to-night to hoar Tho souml of steps that, soon or lalo, Shall como ns music to your ear. Forget yourselves a lit (lo while, And think in pity of tho pain Of women who will never ?milo To hear a cuming step again. With babes that in their cradles sleep, Or cling to you in perfect trust Think of the mothers left to weep, Their babies lying in thc dust. And When thc step you wait for comes, And all your world is full of light, 0, women, safe in happy homes, Fray for all lonesome soul's to-night! Farming. Wo ask our farming friends to road tho ar tiolos uudcr tho captiou of " Farmers Depart ment," ns they nppcar each week. Tho prosont wastoful and pi .?gal system of cultivating tho soil will have to bo discon tinued, and tho rulo must henceforth be u Little farms woll tilled," nnd wo hopo, ns a cousequenoo of tho ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 6 March 1868

TOI ?(PMluC J, H, POY, Editor. TH Ii M.S.-For''Subscription] TWO POL tiAJiS per anama strictly in advanic ; for six iths, Ohe Dollar. ?P?p~ Advertisement . inserted at $1 per square of, (eil lines or less/or th< first insertion, and 60 cents for each-subsequent insertion. i flQy* Obituary Notices exceeding five lines, Teib- j ute? of Respect, Communications of a personal character, and Announcements of Candidates, will be charged for as advertisements. fg??8* Job Printing neall;/ and cheaply executed. jfcgy* Payment can be made in currency, or in pro vision at the mar kel rates. ??S"" Necessity compels us to adhere strictly to the requirement of cash payment. WALHALLA, S. C.: Friday Morning, March 6, 1868, The Shadows Creep On Apaee. Tho politioftl sky is ovoroast. Hungry clouds soud aoross tho hoavons. Thunders rumble faintly in tho diatauoo. Biokoring lightnings play along tho horizon's verge. Tho mild moonshino of poaoo baa given placo to tho grim tranquillity of awful oxpeota...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 6 March 1868

J ..ll'.l' ? , ? i,.'". ",. .L ' i.'..', ' ....J-.? From Washington.. WASHINGTON, February 2 /.-Thomas lays damages against Stanton 'at ?Z50.000. Thomas npplios tor a quo warranta against Stanton Tho President has no' part iu tho proceedings. WASHINGTON, February 2D.-Thoro is great iutorost.abo?t ort;oles of impoaohmont; but ncvpkcitqmeji't. Quo warrante papers withhold for further examination of law ; but will bo oortainly filed qarly uoxt week. Undor tho prosont ruling, Stauton will havo a month tb prepare his an swer. Tho following are tho impeachment articles: !.. Tho removal of Stinton, with nu intontiou to violate tho Constitution and laws. 2. Ap paintruout to tho War Secretaryship, with a Uko intent, ono Lorenzo Thomas. 8. Con spiracy with Thomas and others unknown tn proyont Stanton, by intiiuid ition and thro ?ts, from tho execution of his oflieo. 4. Conspir acy, with Thomas and othor.s to provont and hinder tho execution of tho tonuro-of-offioe bill. 5. Appointment of Thom...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 6 March 1868

ARMERS' DEPARTMENT! The Laborer. $fapd up-erect I Thou host, tho form Alad Nkonoss of thy' God I-who moro t A soul aa dauuUe.BS 'mid tho storm i Of daily lifo, a heart aa warin Aud Puv0118 breast o'er von?. What thou ?-Thou arl ns tr?o a MAN As 1UOV08 tho humuu'mnss among; As much rt part of'tho great plan That with creation's dawn began, As any of tho throng. Who is th*.t< enemy ?-(ho high In station, or in wealth tho chief? Tho groat, whocoldly pass thoo byr "With proud atop, and avortod oyo? Nay J nurse ?ot eudh belief. If truo unto thysolf thou wast, What Vero tho proud ono's scorn to theo? A feather, which thou mightest cast Asido, m idly as tho blast Tho light leaf from tho trco. No.:-uncurbed passions-low desires Abscnoo of noblo self-respect Death, in tho breast's consuming fires, To that high uaturo which a s piros forever, till thus checked : Those aro thine enemies-thy worst ; Thoy claim thoo to thy lo?vly lol- . Thy labor and thy lifo acourscd. Oh, stand erect! and fr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 27 March 1868

/. 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 ???- ? ? - - - - . _. - - . _ 2POETRY. In Memoriam. UY n. J. RYAN. Yoting ns tho youngest who donned tho grey, Truo OB tho truest that woro it Br ?ve as tho hr event, ho marche 1 away, ?(Wet Hara on tho ?hooke of hit mother Uy,) Triumphant waved our Flag one day, Ile foll in thc front before it. Firm AB tho firme...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 27 March 1868

J*. H. FOY, Editor. TKItMS.^t'or Subscription, TWO J) O ], " her ?\Hi?>>{ ((tielly in advance; for tix ' ernabella r. ' Advertisements inserted eit $1 per sonore for linc.", orJC;!* fof'Hie first insertion, and ?U u...'o r frtoA .subsequent insertion. ?6>*f Obituary polices exceeding Jive lines, Tri'o is of ficxpetet, Communications of a personal '. character, pad Announcements of Candidates, teilt 1 - cit arge ff or as ttdverlisemcnls. J&?jy*1't/o? .J."rtoil?fjj a?\illjj a'te? </nu,p!g *\,cculed. t(?S?F* J,\tyincnt can be made in currency, or in. j/ro visi?n at Jjee m a r k e. i rates. ,1'S&^?Vcecssity compels tis to adhere strictly to tho rcQuircmvnt o/ cash payment. tmm?t^k'Htim mu ?mi 11. HMJI'IIHIW(nm uiim.i, \LH.\LLA, S. C. : Morning, March 27, 16G8. . Road it "by all Meaus. ' Wo do'most earnestly invito tho attention of Ouc.rendors, especially tho members of tho y Methodist Churoh, to on art.ielo ou thc fourth? pago of to-day's issuo, under tho caption ? "...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 27 March 1868

(.translated fio m tho Slants Zeitung.] Our Political and'Eoonoinibal Duties With a politio.il situation only half-way rogulatcd, thc .year 1803. would promise to Docomo a good business year. Wo aro not induced to make this remark on account of 1 tho liveliness which tho market enjoys since n few days theVo is nt presenta greater demand for money, and moro buyers as usual. All that wc ascriho only,to tho undeniable necessi ties of tho Spring trado, after tho supply of which tho old dullness will reign again. Wo moko-our introductory remark, induced by tho aspects, which appoar os hopeful signs iu tho horizon of our economical life. Tho peculiarities of our especially long and severe winter, justify tho expectation of a good harvost in all tho groat grain producing regions iu our continent. The high grain prices of lato, end tho last good harvest gavo A strong lift to our farmers, as they wore ena bled, uot only to put greater tracts of land under cultivation, but nlso to p?rqhaso th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 27 March 1868

jl^^rtiTXf i - u?'^*'?*''^ t*r?^b* V*?A^?V>-*'>>>MTTtfl feVritof the Radioal Religious Pro83 and : \ Pulpit A MOST UKMAUKAUIiE l.KTTKIt. arc' indebted to tho Statovillo Amcri . ('CHU, for tl?C following ohoicc production, con j^^jfeMii?toi to tho columns of tho St. liouis f^^S^iVi?tiiU) Advocate," by tho Roverond S. F. Waldro, ono of tho devil-anointed pulpit ' hmgOMj'n? l swaggering pimps of morality, \f\\o load the spiritual mind of tu- radical pirty? It"should be remembered too, that this reverend clerical rascal, is not an isolated vCjoase, but that ho is one of tho ? bright, par * 4^ul*t start" of tho radical religious, stage, rt y ^jJ^t-a'^UQ view* of tho groat mass of .? ?. blnsphouiors, blackguards and thieves, who fm?, have '' stolon* thc' livery bf heaven to servo thc doyil in," and aro now fattening upon tho corruptio n of tho.? saintly" pa^r of "pro-* few^ivc're:Ugio\isia^*^'ins ! for tho caun* try I \l v- i "^,)r religious and political frce ?^?*jj^???3wlv*?...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 29 May 1868

I ? ? ???? ?* - *4?i I lit aa (fo ttfyAi r?* Jay, rto? can'* not then be Johc to wy mon." VOL. III..NO. 34. Consolation. "Wo liston cnlinly to tlio impious laughter Of thoso who gloat booauso thc Right is bowed "Wo listen calmly, for wo know hereafter Sunshine will gild tho cloud. A llttlo cloud-lt passes from the present ? A liltlo lois-it hrhtgS a larger gain; .'y.wf/hiwu of God were novor evtmcsoont I Though oft in bittor pain. .Jlis^jiiUdrcii bent and far oft" followers donbtcd, * And placemen yielded to thc love of pelf, Whilo scoffers, aa they did nt Calvary, shouted "Now snvo Thyself." Well, shout ! Hut when you hear tho awful thun der, Aud soo thc veil rent and thc darkness como, 'Then will your guilty checks grow pale with won der, Then will your lips bc dumb. . Hy all tho fields with martyr blood made gory, Hy all thc stars thal li;*ht our stormy sky, Fair Freedom shall ariso to grandor glory, And Tyranny shall dio. MISCELLANY. 'The Days of tho Giants in the United States ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 29 May 1868

TEJ? MS.-For Subscription, TWC DOL LARS per ann?tn strictly in advance; for six months, One Dollar. tik^r Advertisements inserted at $1 per square/o* w lines or less for the first insertion, and ?U cents for each subsequent insertion. Obituary Notices exceeding five lines, Irib utcs of Respect, Gommnnicatiotis of a personal character, and Announcements of Candidates, will bs charged foras advertisements. S&f Job Printing neatly and cheaply executed. JB?y" Payment can be made in currency, or in pro misi?n at thc market rates. Jt?tm Necessity compels us lo adhere strictly to IR* requirement of cash payment. WALHALLA, S. C.: Friday Morning, Say 20, 1868. In Now York on tho 25th iustnnt Cot ton was quoted at 80 J cents per pouud. Southern Flour ?14.75 per barrel. Tho Gold market oloscd nt 40. ??3T Hov. C. H. SPEARS declines tho nom ination for Sohool Commissioner of Ocoucc County. Soc his card. JOT* Seo ohnngcB in tho odvortisemonts of J. E. HAOOOD, Secretary nud Troasuror of tho Ho...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 29 May 1868

Em-t - -r.t rr r a i "r--~~? s From Washington. WASHINGTON, May 22.-Tho managers' investigation oontinuos. Chas. W. Wooley having sworn ho spent no money to influonco impoaohmout, declines ausweriug questions regarding his iuvestmouts. Edmund] Coop er testifies that ho wa3 approached by a broth .or.indaw and friond of Senator Pomeroy pro posing for forty thousand dollars to sccuro fivo votes for aoquittal. Senators Morton and Nyo wore on tho list. Examination of tolo .'graphors and despatches continues. Grant and Colfax wore serenaded to night. ' It is statod that Sonator Pomeroy is about publishing a statomont regarding Cooper's ?evidence. Tho goncral bolicf is, that tho \ proposition was a trap to catoh thc President's .friends. WASHINGTON, May 23.-Grant was ser Monadod last night, and in response said : ...'Gentlemen, being unaccustomed to publio .speaking, and without any desire to cultivate .that power, (laughter,) it is impossible for .wo to Gnd appropriate language to thank y...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 29 May 1868

VARIETY. Tho Truo Uotrothal Tin: MAIDKN'H QVK8T10N. Vos, yon vow to love mo ever, As you love mo now, to-day, Bay no chango shall us dissever, Answer mo one .pies! iou, pray : liver I 'lis a word, ?anomal Borrowed from a foreign longuo, lt belongs to tho eternal And on angels' lips first bung. Boundless, endless is its menning, Though men hom it in Ti mo'8 spaco ; Kooli, in littleness o'crweening, Binds it (o hit mortal raco. Toll mo whore your ever roachcth, To Bcath'fi night or Heaven's day ? And by what your answer tcachcth, I will answer yea or nay. A xsw r.a. Onward lo tho groat immortal 1 my (roth would plight, Should I seo thoo pass Death's portal Love should own no blight ; Short (he sp.too our souls would sever, Brief would he Love's night ; Th VIS I swear lo theo forever I Lovo that knows no Hight. ACCKl'TANCH. Now in thino I place my hand, Thou wilt keep it in thy clasp Till Death part Lovo's mortal band, Looso a little while ils grasp. In thy heart my heart I drop, Joyin...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 5 June 1868

1^ ^K***?^^^ jjj^jlj^^' ^^^^^^^ ^^^^^^^ ?1! ^^^^^^^^^^^^^ ^ I " To thine own iel/ be true, and it must follow, ^^'???^nMSS^^ ?. (?d (fay, lAoil Wrf no/ Mm ?c /?foi /* any man.'* BY ROBERT YOUNO. WALHALLA, S, C., FRIDAY^ JUNE 5, 1868. ~ VM TIT 1 NO S ' FOU I HK K KOW Kl'. UOURtUli. Spring. HY A STUnKXT OV DAVIDSON COI.MIOK, M. C. Spring, tlio gent?o, modest midden, "With tho Choicest blessings laden ; With hor roso bogirded tresses, And her ohooks all flusliod with blushes ; * ~ 'With her mild buk stately stoppings, And "nor hands dispensing blessings 5 With a robo of groan embellished ; In ft cloud with dow-drops furnished ; ?Uorno along by whisp'ring sophy ra, . Mia tho merry lays of songsters, ?Seo, is coming, coming now, With tho crescent on lier brow, "From tho Kdcn-homc of Fairies, ' Known to song, and fabled stones. JVs she comos all nature brightens, Th* icy band of Winter loosens, -fond beneath hor warmth of soul, Waking rills In torrents roll, Mount-like gladers moll, as sn...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 5 June 1868

^'JL'S '"^Q.*" " -? -L-.^,-. ni mmum. TERMS.-For Subscription, TWO DOZ, t>ARS per annxffn strictly in advance; for six Months, One Dollar. tfit'Advcrtiscmcnts inserted al $1 jirr nona re/or in Unes or ?ess for the first insertion, and f>U cents /et ?etch subsequent insertion. ??y* Obituary Notices cxcccdiny Jive lines, Trib utes of Respect, Communications of a personal character, and Annq^ncc mts of Candidates, will *d* charged foras advertisements. f?SFJob Printing neatly and cheaply executed. S??jr* Payment cetn bc made in currency, or in pro vision nt thc market rates. t&~ Necessity compela unto adhere strictly to 4f*i requirement of cash payment. WALHALLA, S. C.: Friday Morning, Jnno 5, 18G8. In Now York on tho 1st instant, Cot ton was soiling fot 31 couts per pound. Gold, 80}. Administrator's Salo- * v Wo diroot attcutiou to tho advertisement 1 Tpf D. S. Hui.il, Administrator, iu whioh he .offers to sell valuablo property on tho 20th of >ar?a?, inst. Hail 8tonn. "W...

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