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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 4 September 1868

TOB "WK?TJ?TJSll ?Y.Wl?ES, Editor. BOB?HT YOUNOI, WIIITNER 8YMMES PUOI? 211 ?-?'?OCii 5. TER MS.?For Subscription, TWO DOL LARS par anu?an strictly in aditane?,' for tlx months, One Dollar. #?jg*A<ltfertiss:n>]n(s inicrteJat $1 per ?qaareji.r ?ti lines or less for the first insertion, and ?U cents for each subsequent insertion. t?ff- Obituary NOtices exceeding Jiv? linei, Tib Mtt? of Respect, Oommitnications of a personal eharacter, ami Announcements of Candidate*, mil be charged for as advertisements , OS?" Job Printing neatly and cheaply executed, Payment can be ma le in currency, or in pro* j vision at the m ark cl rates. Sfa?* Necessity compel? tit to adhere strictly to the requirement of cash payment. WAia?L?iA, S. C: ^? - .> , <> - ?_ Friday Morning, Soptombcr 4, 1803? Fati ii?flik???;3 aj>2:i^j"^ : IIO RATIO 8 liV O U It, Ok" NEW YORK. VOR %'ic:c-i'itr:si?Pi:\T : FRANCIS P. BLAIR, ov Mfsaou?u. J? ?- Attention is colled to tito Now Adver tisements to bo found...

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. — 4 September 1868

? ? mjm.unio at'ionrj. von xiie KiiowKE courier. Important to Capitaliste and Emigrants. Mr. Editor :?Permit one who has been sojourning in your beautiful mountain coun try for tho last two mouths, (o oifor a few sug. gestions in relation to its !at.e..u rosourd?s.? Tho ohaugo in our system of labor has <-?.< hanccd tho oo>t of producing Colto?, so much, that this staple cannot long oontinuo to bo cul tivated at the South r.j an aitio'o of export But this fact need not and wii'. not, nccossi Hate the abandoumout of tuo l'i ?? culture of Cotton. Tho natural and inevitable result of tho change in tho labor system of the South, must 6e,tho tram fa- of the Cotton Manufac tories from N'io. .? </l(Tultoth; Southern States. Tliis must ta/te piac*, sooner or hi ter; and the oarliov this fact is recognise 1 by ?* Northern capitalist, tho botter will it bu fur' tho whole country. Coltoti can he manar' e-1 turcd cheeper here C\an any-where i.i this ! ' country :?this fact mu d ulti...

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. — 4 September 1868

VARIETY^ [From (uo Southoru Wntohmau.] Qhoit Story. Ko ono oau fully approdato tlio boautios of woodland socuory, uuloss ho ho familiar wilh tho almost iutorminaV.? fovesU and swamps of tho soa coast. Im m o aso tracts of laud, wonderfully fovtilo, but still covered with tho original growth of cypress, oak, raaguoli 'w. ?u Spring, tho air is loaded with tho umo exhaled from a thousand flowcr3 ; the magnolia, With ils sweet, yet powerful fragrauoc, meets you ; anon il i.s displaced by the odor of tho uvtuy vari?lica of honey suckle?again, the yellow jessamine, with ita sweot porfuine, sa lutes you, and this glides almost impercepti bly into tho most delightful of all, that of tho ewool bay?-whioh fills whole atmosphere and induces u luxurious feoliag?-and this again by another, until the air almost bdiotnee oppressive with its very sweetness. Within those swamps, in men y places, the sunlight never colors, so immenso is the growth-?so oxubornnt is tho foliage. Within thoic depths, um...

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. — 11 September 1868

ROBERT YOUNG & CO. WALHALLA, S. C, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1868. at (h* night (he (lay, (hou can'st not then lm /also to any man." VOL. III.??-NO. 40 Wo aro Growing Old. -Wo nr? growing bid?how ihc thought will rise, Whon ghmcc h bach ward ene?, On uomo long remembered spot that lira . In the silence of tho past. It may bo the olivino of em- onrly vows, Or tho tomb of oarly loare ; W But It scorns like a far off ielo to us, ^ In tho etormy eoa of yoare. Oh ! wldo and wild aro the waves that part Our stops from its grconnosB now, And wo raise the Joy of many a heart, And the light of many a brow ; For dcop o'er mony a sti?oly biirk, Jlave tho whelming billows rolled, That steered 113 from that early mark? Oh, friends ! wo aro growing old ! Old in the dimness of tho dust Of our daily toils ntul enrce? Old in tho wreck of love and trust '"^Viuloh our burdicned memory boare, Eaoh form lr^y wear lo the passing gaze The bloom c'" 'rfeV frcshncps yet, And beams muy brighten our hitter da...

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. — 11 September 1868

ItO?Ji?T YOUNt?, WlIITNKIt.BVMMES T& t?S.?For Subscription, TWO 1) O L JiAhS per annum strictly in advance; for six months, One J?ollar. # - Uf S"Aducrtiscmcis inserted at $1 per sonare for on lines or lets for the "first insertion, ami 50 cents for ?ach subsequent insertion. e??y Obituary Notice* exceeding five linen, Trib utes of Respect, Communications of a personal Character, ami Announcements of Candidates, will be chargcil for as advertisements 1&*Job Printing neatly and cheaply executed. . eis?" Payment can be made in currency, or in />ro vttion at tho market rates. jppr* Necessity compe(s w to adhere strictly to the requirement of cash payment. WALHALLA, S. ti. .-? ? Friday Kerning, Soptouiber 11,186*8? 11030 *h*&&?r&n o s y , of new york. FRANCIS , BLAIR, of MiKSouar. 03f" In Now York on the 7th inst., Cotton iras quoted at 29 to 29} cents per pound.? Gold, Uh ?3 Attention is cullod to tho advertise ?.incuts of tho Commissioner in Equity, by which it ...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 11 September 1868

W?ITNJ3R BYMM??, ?ditor. HOill?KT YOUNG, VVUITNUlt SYMME? _riiO?Ul???'K'OUS. TEJtMS.?For Subscript ion, TWO 1) OL' AUS per annum strictly in advanco; for six months, One J)ollar. % Advertisements inserted at $1 tier square for en lines or loss for tho first insertion, and 50 cents for ?ach subsequent insertion. 3&~ Obituary Notices exceeding Jive lines, Trib utes of licspeet, Communications of a personal Character, and Announcements of Candidates, will be charged foras advertisements *o?T" Job Printing neatly and cheaply executed. Wf?P, Payment can be made in currency, or in pro visioii at the market rates. Hey Necessity compels us to adhcro strictly to tho requirement of cash payment. ?^>?!?$^ SEYMOUR, of NEW york. WAMLYLLA; S. C: ?-?- -*- ? ? Friday Morning, September 11, 18G8 ,,.v . FOU VIOS?-rilE,SIUKIVT : FRANCIS P. BLAIR, of m i ?so nr. jfcgr In New York on tho 7th inst., Cotton vas quoted at 20 to 20} cents per pound.? Oold, 44 ?. ^_ ?3T" Attention is called to tho adv...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 11 September 1868

* ? - . I > .. . . Sales of Real Estate. THE STATE Of SOUTH CAROLINA, In l?qulty?lMckcnx. E. Kolloy, ot. ul., ) ' vs. I DUI for-Partition, the. Elisa Ronkin, ot. ul. j IN obodioneo to tito ordor of tlio Court of Eq uity, in this causo, I will soil ut OLD PICKENS C. II., On Snloday in October next, ilio Heul Estate of James Eaton, deceased, consisting of One Hundred and Korty Acres of Lund, more or loes, lying ?u Litiio'ltiver, and adjoining lands Of Jumos MeCuroy and others. IhorO is good bottom land on this tract. TERMS?Onueroditof ono and two years, with intorost from day of salo. The purohasor to givo boud with two or moro good surotios, end pay in cash tho costs, and oxtra for titlo, etamps, &o. ROB " . A. THOMPSON, C.b.1 ). Votn'a. Oflioo, S opt. 7, 1808 . 49?3 THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, I*H;l*.?ms?Iti? KqtlHf, Daoentocrg and wife ) ve V Hill for Uoliof, &<;. Suin'l. Lovingood, et. ul. ) Y ordor of tho Court of Equity, in this oauso,, 1 wilLsoll A/l? WA , SSA , ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 11 September 1868

Sales of Real Estillo. THE STATE OE SOUTH CAROLINA, In liquify?IMckoiltf* E. Kolloy, ot. ul., 1 ' vs. I 13?11 for-Partition, &o. Eliza Rankin, ot. ul. } IN obodionco to tlio oidor o?' the Court of Eq uity, in this causo, I will soil at OLD EICKENS 0. II., On Saloday in October noxt, the Hood Estate of Jamos Eaton, deceased, consisting of One Hundred und Korty Aeres of Land, morc or loss, lying ?n Littlo River, and adjoining lande of Jamos MoOaroy and others. There is good bottom land on this tract. TEKMS?Onucroditof one and two years, with intorost from day of sale. The pnrohaeor to givo boud with two or moro good sureties, end pay in oaeh tbo costs, and oxtra for titlo, ? to m pu, &o. ltOD'T. A. THOMPSON, c.b.l'o. TWe. Offioo, Sopt. 7, 1808 . 49?3 * E STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, I*Hik??H?ffu litjiiiiy. Dawmberg and wife ) ve V Hill ?or Holiof, &0. Sum'l. Lovingood, et. ul. J j Y ordor of the Court of Equity, in this onuso,, I will, sell I 'Vodnos?av tbc 7th dny of October ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 11 September 1868

A? BU ? M L 13 U ? 6?T~ Feed e , . Cows.?Cowa will bo gin to full in tli?uf quantity of milk very soon Unloss thoy aro foci. Pastures may look vory good idi tho month of August, but tho strongth ?Ouuuou?oS to go out tho gruss uftor Au gust 1 j fcoud of oourso whou grass begins to loso its strongth, tho oows muy givo almost tho samo quantity of milk, lfut thoro is a great vlofioiouey in tho butter producing qualities. All furai era who had foresight enough to sow patoh of eoru, should havo commenced feed ing fune of it ouco a day by tho first of Au y unt, say an armful to caoli oow. After a week or so, givo thoiu all thoy will oat twieo Qr day ; and with what pickings of grass thoy oau got, you will And your butter ocoount good. Givo your oows and other stock salt at least onoo a wook, and all the good water thoy want at all timos. Have a shed for your milch cows to go uudor in the heat of the day. If convenient, food your cows their groen corn in a rack, instead of scattering it on ...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 8 January 1869

?* the night the day, thom co,/W not then le Jote* to any mtm." Voli tu il krowrr courikk. Thoughts at the Close of Christmas. Another Chrlstmns-day has pass'd, and now !io setting sun, in many goldeu folds, k ^ . Wraps the fow clouds that iiook the western eky, -And casts his dying emilos around thoir forms, XJntll thoy seem like silver- mounted biers, j^" j- On whloh the angola boar tho passing hours 0 ? Eternity, where Timo's dead offspring, ( lu that charnel-house unboundod, ovor sloops. ^ Sadly alono I watob their beauties fade, And pure and holy feelings gently Hit /Along the gall'rlos of my bonrt ; whilo hands "VJmoon swoop o'er tho karpjtrlngs of my soul, & OJntll o*oh now-born thought with sllv'ry wings ??' Of melody eoenis fitted, nnd ascends m In notes of pr lisl, Unheard by mortal oar, ^ To Him who canto and died that I might livo. O saorod morn ! which usher'd in this day, "We know not If thy joyful dawn on man -Was weloon'd by tho white-robe 1 host of Hoav'n ; We k...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 8 January 1869

W. O. KBITH^ditor. WHITNER SYMMES, Assodato. paopniEton?. ?TA' J/S.? I<br ?S?i?eor/p?/ort, 5 IVO J>Q ZAUS per annum strictly in advance; for eix month*, One Dottar. Advertisements inserted ^t $1 per square /or in, Unos or lets for the first insertion, and 60 cents forfiach subsequent insertion. gSf Obituary Notices exceeding five lines, 2WA ^Mtf? of Respect, Communications of a personal character, and Announcements of Candidate*, will b* chary ed foras advertisements ? BUST" Job Printing neatly and cheaply ?xecuted Payment can. be made in currency, or in pru .vision at tit* market rates. Necessity compels us to adhtr* strictly to 'At requirement of* cas h payment. WALHALLA, S. C. : Friday Morning, January 8, 1809? t@y In Now York on the 4th iustaut, Cot ton woe quoted at 2GJ@27. * Salutatory lu assuming tho duties of Editor of this hitherto popular journal, we aro aware of the ^difficulties and responsibilities, we will have to onoouutor. An Editor is expected te ca ter for th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 8 January 1869

JYotice to T? IT having- boon brought to my notioo that perenna aro cutting Wood, niid ot h or wide trespassing on my Lands. I tnko this method tof forbidding tho samo. If this practico is con tinned, tho In w will bo on forced against offend ers. Part of said lauds adjoin Farm lately laid ?ut- for Court'llonso Lots, Hook Query.' and Sfroot running between WesIcy'Pitelifor'd's and John . Brcmor's. The other adjoins lands of J. Sohrndor, J. II. Khunbook. and Trnot for merly Owned by II. Giesel, und lies on both eidos of tho Pickcns C. II. road. ' 1 Mus. O. II. KO . WAbn.u^A, Doc. 22, 1808 12 1 THIS STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, In Probate Court?Pickcns County. Win, J. King and wife Maliuda King. et. al., Petition for sale * vs. . of Heal Estate of Jesflo MoMiihnn and wife | William Barrott, Curolino MoMaban, et.al. J deceased. IT appouring to tho satisfaction of this Court that tho heirs at-biw of Benjamin Barrett, deceased, to.wit: William Barrott, Milton Barrett. Benjamin Barrett and Da...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 8 January 1869

mne?mwn' -?"?*-" . . ' . -?~**?***tk?mm* iva: i;s a jn il. l .a. ist y. re?Mi'*". ' '"* ' ',,' ^=-?.'* == - t?l World My IdpL jruaui&io ?. Marvin. This World to mo Is fair, t lovo U well, , Each day, as hr tho days of yore, t bhul It nearer to my heart, and say, / ' Oh, leave mo not ; I thoo adore." / t mourn tho hours which, flying, lessen lime? "Clio timo for my taoiutiy ; And, as thoy go, I firmer olasp the world, * And droad.tho-dark futurity. \ At ove, a Voioe Divino doth reach t?dnt ear: ?' This oanuot, shall not always be ; ^"ftst, then, the image from thy fond owbraoe, And lovo supremely nono but Mo." 'That Voioo Colostlal comes to mo each night; But, still unmov'd, I hoed it not : Tho while it shakos my soul ; but,ere the morn It's haUow'd oounsol is forgot. And thus, through days a?? years, I hurry on, Like one who runs lo resoli a goal? The .werid my idol, and Ute only O od 'IVo whom I consecrate my S?ul. (Six, slnforgWlog Oae ! hear Thou my prnyor? I My prayer, unwor...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 15 January 1869

BY ROBERT YOUNG & CO. WALHALLA, S. C, FRIDAY, JANUARY 15,1869. f [Re published, by request, from the Kooweo Cou* nor of Novombor 20, 1808.] The White Jessamine. , BY Mt8S MATTI? IIAI.SKY. Lines ex pressi vo of mother's fooling s on eoo Ing In hor boy's cold elaspod hands a cluster of tho pure, sweet flowore of Jessamine?tho last ~/$od tokon of a sister's lovo : Fair flowers of fragrant purity, I'vo over loved thy blossoms whbc, Roonlllng to my sorrowing heart Tho ?'long ago" when life was bright. When, with a heart untouched by caro, And eyes as yet undlmmod by tears, I revelled in my own ivild dreams, And pictured bright tho coming years. The etarry petals wooed the broozo Within my childhood's blooming bowers, And often since then rich perfumes Hath soothed my woary c?ro-worn hours. I . And now thy buds are dearer still, , Bad relics to a mother'* loss, Their beauty is foruvcr linked With one whoso spirit soars abovo. r . When last I saw my noble boy, As cold and util ho slept...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 15 January 1869

W. 0. KEITH, Editor. WHITN-t?R. S.xMMES, Associato. 3F?. YOUNG- CO., THUMS.?For Subscription, TWO DOL LARS per ann um strictly in advance; for six months, One Dollar. Adoertisanenls inserted at $1 per square/or Un lines or less for the first insertion, and 6Q cents for each subsequent insertion. jjgty* Obituary Notices exceeding five lines, Trib utes of licspcclf Communications of a personal character, and Announcements of Candidates, will bo charged foras advertisements' If?S'J'ob Printing neatly and cheaply executed. Payment can be made in currency, or in pro Vision at the market rates. fy&Sf Necessity compels us to adhere strictly to Ktf?H r.-.^urextent of cash payment. Friday Hcruiug, January 15, I860? On tho 11th instant, in No* York, tho Cotton mark?t closed at 28J. Cold, 35g. ?3T Tho salo of Town Lots in Walhalla, advortiscd for tho 18 th, has boca postponed until tho 25th institut. j?ST Wo t?nni that tho Postonico in Pick ?na County, known before the war as the Campgroun...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 15 January 1869

W. 0. KEITH, Editor. WHITNER SYMMES, Associato. B.YOUNa CO., T 11 MS.?For Subscription, TWO MOL LARS per annum strictly in advance; for six months, One Dollar. jf?yAducrlisciiicnls inserted at $1 per square/or ten Hues of less for the first inierlioii, and 6Q cetits for each subsequent insertion. jjS?y? Obituar;/ Notices exceeding ?oe lines, Trib utes of licspeelf Communications of a personal character, and Announcements of Candidates, will be charged foras advertisements' HiS?^fob Printing neatly and cheaply executed. * , Payment can be made in currency, or in pro vision at the market rales. ?* Necessity compels usto adhere strictly to the rvvuirc\nnii of cash payment. WALHALLA, S. C: Friday Morning, January 16, I860 J?r?~ On tho 11th instant, in No* York, tho Cotton market closed at 282- Cold, 35i. &3 Tho salo of Tow* I^ots in Walhalla, advertised for the 18th, has beca postponed until tho 25th instant. JtST Wo loarn that the Postonico in Pick Ons County, known before the war ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 15 January 1869

MIIOTJIBIII New ^.d.vertisem&?i-ts $300 A Month-?$300 Agonts Wanted for s1011 vice AFLOAT, In the s?mptku nnd tho alii AM A, by admiral raphael SFMM1CS. THIS Work is a record of thchoroio eorvicos olloat rendered by this gallant command er and his devoted comrades during tho war botwoon th? Statos; und is a book of thrilling interest to nil lovors of the daring, bravo and truo. c It soils faster than any book that has boon issued for years. One agent in Hal timore eold 27 copies a day for two weeks ; anothor agont in Alabama ?old 35 copies a day his first three days ; and ovory agent wo havo out ro porta rapid sales. Exclusivo torritory givon to mon ?f ox peri eneo and ability. Tho work will bo ttplondidly illustrated and hound. To secure good torritory, Address F. . DIBBLE & CO., Publishing House, 208 Main-st., Louievillo, Ky. Jan. 11, 18 ). 15 tf Something New! $1,000. KVKUY MOMTIl?$100 IN KVKRY. towh. The Great English Art of Painting and Drawing in Oil Paintings. BY this...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 15 January 1869

???>1.->|.? W IH ? .? TSr.ew .Advertisements / ! $300 A Month-? Agonts Wanted FOR SERVICE AFLOAT, In tho SUMPTEll and the ALB AM A, by ADMIRAL RAPHAEL S EMMES. THIS Work isa record of tlichoroio eorvioos afloat rendered by this gallant command or nnd his dovoted c?nirndcs during tho wnr botwoon the States; und is a book of thrilling mtorost to nil lovors of tho during, br?v? nnd truo. i It sells faster thou any book that has boon issued for years. Ono agont in Bultimoro flold 27 copies a day for two weeks; another ugont in Alabama sold 35 copies a day his first three days ; and ovory agont wo have out ro per?a rapid sales. Esclusivo territory givon to mon of oxporienco and ability. Tho work will bo splendidly illustrated and bound. To nee uro good territory, Address F.?L PI MILE & CO., .Publishing House, 20? Moin-st., Louisvillo, Ky. Jan. II, 18G<). 15 tf Something New ! $1,000, RVKUY MONTH?$100 IN TOWN. The Great l'hu/lish Art of Painting and Drawing- in Oil Paintings....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 15 January 1869

Have O?ur?ga to Say No. you're starting to-day* on life's-journey, Along on tho highway of life ; , You'll meet with a thousand temptations, Uaoh city with evil is rifo, irida world is a etago of cxollomont ; There's danger whorovor yoii go ? ?i But if you aro torapted in wcaknoss, I?avo courago, my boy, to say no. Tho'syr?u'e swcot eong may allure you ; Bowaro of hor cunnlng'ond art ; | Whonovor you eco hor approaching, j Be guarded and basto to depart. Tho billiard sidoone aro inviting, Decked out in their liinel and show 5 You may bo invited to outer; Havo courago, my boy, to say no, Tho bright ruby wino may bo offorod--* No matter bow tempting it bo, ?rom*poison that si inga liko an adder, Mj*boy, have tho courago to Ileo. Tho gaubling balla are boforo you, Their lights how they dance to ami fro, Jf you should be tempted to enter, ] ? Think twice, ovenihrico, oro you go. In courage alono lies your safety, When you the long journey begin, And trust In a Heavenly Father, Will keop...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 22 January 1869

/. 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. Rock Me to Sleep. Backward, turn backward, oh Time, in your flight, Make mo a child. just for to night 1 Mother, como back from tho c.oholcss shore, Toke mo again to your heart, ns of yoro; Kiss from ray forehead (ho furrows of caro, Smooth tho few silver threads out of my ha...

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