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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 16 April 1869

' ? - ?1 iv - ~--? . , ? = WI C. KEtTHv Editor. WHITNEY SVMMES? AssotJiato. B.YOTj?"S<fe OO., ^Koyuii/yoRs, __. _- ^ ---:-; TRR M8.-For Subscription,' TWO DOL LtARS'per annum strictly tn advance; for six month*. One Dollar. Beg" Advertisements inserted ai- $1 per square Jo* en l??es or less for the first insertion, and 60 cents for each subsequent insertion. 8&~ Obituary Notices exceeding five tines, Trib utes of Respect, Communications of a personal oharacter, and Announcements of Candidates, teilt bc charged fora? advertisement? SST" Job Printing neatly and cheaply' executed Payment can be made in currency, or in pro vision at th? mar he t rales. fl?- Necessity compels us to adjier? strictly to he requirement of cash payment. WALHALLA, S. C. : --? ?? griday Merging, April, 10, 1889 In Now York on the 12th instant, Cotton was quoted at 28*. Gold. 1881. The Weather. Tho weather for tho past week has assimi lated midwinter rather than the heart of thc planting season. On Tuesd...

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 April 1869

New Acifrferaifeements Who KUicd ii?m r WIILbe commenced in th? MAY number of Twelve TS mes d'V??r/-^?v new ?tort of surpassing interest, ontitle'd " WHO KILLED1 IHM 1" or the Mysteries of Gravswold, written expressly for thf? Mttgi?ino, Dy Bartley T. ampbpfl, author of " A most L >st." ? Mabel Ohrtsty?? Nellie, the Shore Child," "Trftgcdy * Taylorville," "Tho Fatal Error," Ac, Ac The PRESS, and tho PEOPLE everywhere hav? pronounced our'? iho BEST ORIGINAL MAO A ZI NE published in this country, at the PRICE, which wo have placed within the reaoh of all. Send for a copy, or subsoribe for tho iear. ingle Copy by mail, 25 Bingle oopy one y oar, $2 50 ?fLENpID INDUCEMENT FOR CLUBS. Address tho publishers, F. I. DIBBLE A CO.. 208 Main Streot, Louisville, Ky. April 6.1869_26_tf 'Wnntnrl_INFORMATION of the WW tilllA.lt fat0 or "hereabouts of' Capt. Wm. Johnson, (Blind.) who, when last heard from, was travoliog with a one-horso ve hielo, and boy, selling booka, maps, Ac., thro' Central T...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 16 April 1869

JLvdC r& Ofa XJUA 1ST Y. A ^g? H? Hiftorj. The ?*Oinoionatl Enquirer" fiada a paralen to* the France of 1618 aod the so-called Uai ted Statos of I860. In 1840 a Republio waa organlied in Franoe At the head of it the people were so infatuated as to plnco aa President, Louis Napolean, a roan with no previous reputation, not identified ia sentiment with any of tho political organisations of tho country. Ha was chosen simply because he was the repre sentativo of a military name, which captivated the public His first moves at tho head of tho Govern ment wore suapioious. He consulted no ono? He held little or no intercourse with any of tho leading pol it icu > chiefs. He made a Cab inet of warm and attached personal friends, who had always been devote i to him in the darkest moments of his checkered career. In the army, navy and treasury he plaoed men who were not known as Republicans, but were, notorious as Napoleonists. He was a silent aud taoiturn mao, who noted before he spoke ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 23 April 1869

BY ROBERT YOUNG & CO. SOUTH vluolm* I WALHALLA, S. C, FRIDAY, APRIL 16, 1869. *im*imtmmmammm0amm?mmmumm~m*?mge*SB^^ \ \TT\ WT* fT?nt /iAkr%r-m% ? I <tall<w1 IW"??P???MMI...-. VOL IV,.NO, 27. POETRY._ Angel Mono. Music soft and sweet is Bidding Round about us CYory where ; Now lt risolb, now descended), Seems lo float upon tho air. List its pealing, Softly pealing, Aa it floateth on tho air. 'Tis tho Yolco of angels singing Praises 'round lila tlirono on High ; Ami tho muslo mort als hcaroth, Aa tho echo from the sky, Angel's munie ; Glorious.muaio, Earth with ocho doth reply. May tho earth that echo answer, May its millions join that song, And in glorious anthem snelling, Etormofo Ills praise prolong. Glorious ant h om 1 Join that anthem, Earth with Heaven its notes prolong. When (his mortal lifo is ended, On that bright, cc.lealinl shoro May wo join tho angels, singing, Singing praises evermore, Singing praises, Endless praises, 0) 'hat bright celestial shoro. 9 [OFFICIAL...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 23 April 1869

u W. C. KEITH, Editor. WHITWRR SYMMSS, Associate n.YOUNG-& GO., TU ll MS. - For Subscription, TWO J) 0 A - &AH8 per annum strictly hi advance} for six NIOU/AA, Ono Dollar. 'f?&mAdvertisements Inserted (it $1 per square tor en lines or leis Jue thc first insertion, and 50 cents for each subsequent ?ns> i lion. Obituary Notices exceeding five lines, Trib utes of Respect) Communications of a personal character, and Announcements of Candidate?, trill bs chary cd for as advertisements J0?jY" Joh Printtny neatly and cheaply executed f/Op" Payment cnn bc made in currency, or in pro vision at thc market rates. ? f?F Necessity compels ns to adhere strictly to the requirement of cash payment, WALHALLA, S. C.: -~+. . - friday Morning, April, 23, I860. Jf3ff~ In New York, on tho 18th instant, 'Odtton was quotca at 28$. Gold 134. Early Wheat. dhn townsman, II. W. PIEPER, has hnn 'ded'trs several stalks of Wheat which arc bo. I ginning to show tho oar. There aro not iso 1 la ted st...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 23 April 1869

Nsw Advoi'tisoment: ^Who Killed Him?'" *WHL bo oommonccd in tbo ?MAY number of Twelve Times :i Wemy-a rtow slory of surpassing interest, entitled '. WHO Kl Lld'I) HIM I" or tho Mysteries of Grayswold, written .expressly for this Magazine, 'by Hartley T. Campbell, author of " Almost L -st." ?'Mabol Christy." Nellie, the Shore Child," "Tragedy Ot Tangiorvill?,'' " Tho Fatal Error," &o., &o. Tho PRESS, ?md tho PEOPLE ove?ywhoro havo pronounced our's tba BEST ORI?JNAL MAGAZINE published in this country, ut tbo PRICE, which wo have placed within thc reach of nil. Sond for a copy, or subscribe Tor tbo ?car. ingle copy by mail, 25 Single copy one year, $2 50 SPLENDID INDUCEMENT FOR CLUBS. Address tho publishers, F. I. DIBBLE & CO., 208 Main Street, Louisville, Ky. April 5, 1809 Uli tf INFORMATION of tbo ? ? lrtto or whoroahouts of1 Capt. Win. Johnson, (Blind,) who, when last hoard from, was traveling with n ono horse ve lucio, and boy, selling book:!, maps, &o.> thro' Co...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 23 April 1869

The Little Outcast. u Mayn't I stay ma'am ? I'll work, out ood, go for water and do all your orroudB.'' Tho troublod eyos of tho spoakor woro filled Uh tears. It was a lad that stood, ouo cold ay in wiutor, at tho outor door of a cottage u a blook moor in Scotland. Tho snow had on falling vory fast, aud tho poor boy looked j fcry cold and hu lgry. j I " You may oo. e in, at any rate, till roy i usband comes homo. There flit down by tho re ; you look porishing with cold j and she rew a chair up to tho warmest corner ; then, (Uspioiously glancing ot tho boy from tho cor? ?er of her oyos, abo oontiumod setting tho ta ble for supper. Presently carno tho tramp of heavy boots, and tho door swung open with a quiok jork> and the husband ontored, wearied with hie day's work. A look of intelligence passed betwecu bis Wifo anu himsolf. Ho looked at tho boy, but, J did not seoul very well ploasod ; ho nererthe* tess made him come to the table and was glad te see how heartily he ate, his supp...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 7 May 1869

BY ROBERT YOUNG & CO. SOUTH vluolm* I WALHALLA, S. C, FRIDAY, APRIL 16, 1869. *im*imtmmmammm0amm?mmmumm~m*?mge*SB^^ \ \TT\ WT* fT?nt /iAkr%r-m% ? I <tall<w1 IW"??P???MMI...-. VOL IV,.NO, 27. I\ ik von Tim KKOWBB cowman, and / F The Loved. :Dea,d. | ?l?v 1M f - noe Ii AU alone I sit in my darkened room, sum 1. \ Whoa the rest havo gone to bcd { tnc f i J And I think of friend? who have pnssdawny. ^ I j With the unforgotten dead 1 Yee I saw them die ; and my Ups were presa d ?ne 1 * n> ?bftlr oouch, to hold my brcaih, pro j test the .aintcst sigh might the canvass fill bril Of tb ?ir bark on tho son of Death. , i Ah J *.iy heart grows wonk ns a Utile child's, cor And the briny tour drop falls, old I Aa these mournful scenes with dieir ahad'wstlit QjM Through tho Hold's desoviod halt? ; And I long for somo with their hand8 te smooth ^ From my brow the tanglod hair, , For I'm weak and aiok willi tho cmos of lifo till Which ?ho weary breast must bear. WC I You can uovor thin...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 7 May 1869

O. KEITH, Editor. rHITNER SYMMES, Associate. ?&. YOUNO- &c OO., l?IlOI*llII2TOU8. TE li M S.-For Subscription, 7'WO J) OL fc/l/fS per an un strictly in advance; for six fnontlts, One Doilar. JUS?"Advertisements inserted at $1 per square/or fen lines or less for the first insertion, and 60 cents \f?reaeh subsequent insertion. JPS?" Obituary Notices exceeding five Ur :s, Trib : utcs of Respect, Communications of a personal \eharacter, and Announcements of Candidates, will be charged for as advertisement's J5??**?A>6 Printing neatly and cheaply executed U?ay~ Payment can be made in currency, or in pro vision at the market rates. ? Necessity compels tts to adhere strictly to the requirement of cash payment. WALHALLA, S. C.: Friday Morning, May 7, I860 In Now York, on thp 3rd instant, Cotton was quoted ot 28*. Gold, 35J. Greenville Court. An extra term of tho Court nf Common Tiens is now hoing hold for G roon ville County. Tho regular torm opons on Monday next. Personal. Capt....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 7 May 1869

( ?STew A dvertieements Who Killed Him? "HVILL bo oommonccd in tho MAY number of .UTivclv? Time? a Year, -ft now story of llfturpnssing interest, ontitled " WHO KILLED ?HIM !" or tho Mystories of Gravswold, written 'expressly for this Magazine, by Barllay T. .Campbell, author of V Almost Lost." "Mabel Christy." Nellie, the Shore Child," "Tragedy nt Tankerville;" " Tho Fatal Error," Ac, &o. Tho PRESS, and tho PEOPLE everywhere *ave pronounced our's tho BEST ORIGINAL Jil AO AZI NE published in this country, at the 'RICE, which wo have placed within the reach .-?fall. Send for a copy, or subscribe for the FJfvear. I *#n?le ??Py hy mall, 25 ingle copy ot? year, $2 50 7LENDID INDUCEMENT FOB CLUBS. J4rew tho pu bl j nh ers, Y Wr F- l- DIBBLE A CO., W 208 Main Street, LouisriUe, Ky. g April 5. 1X09 2d tf ? ntWlL. .INP?ftMATJON of tho til I M..tl fjtt<J or w|,?reaDOuU of pt. Win. Johnson, (ttliud.) wh<\ ?rhea La?t from, was traveling with * one-horee ve xvami hoy, selling U<?fl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 7 May 1869

Tho Wrong Bed. -? At a lato hour Tuesday night quito a bri "^flal party arrived in tho city and put up at Kimono of our hotels. Tho brido was accompanied 5|by two of her young lat*/ frionds and tho y4grootn by two gontlotnon. Tho unwos wore "fl rogistored in tho usual way, but in somo way fl)t*Ja mistake was uiado in roforonoo iu tho iden ^r!tity of tho brido. Tho hours sped on toward ?tho dawn and tho brido in her silont chamber ute^ waited tho appoaranoo *of her lord. Yet ho L?*?j\nnio not. Suroly, ho was not sitting up all *' j this timo. Tho rest of tho party had retired * ?ho was certain, since sho had heard thom in I vhi *h?ir apartments. What had becomo of him ? Impatience gradually grow into terror. Sho rang her bell, and thc servant knocked at tho door. "Do you know whore my husband is ?" olio inquired. "Aint ho in boro, mam ?" ?No I" "Maybo ho stopped out into tho oity, mum, nnd will bo back directly." "I'm afraid ; oh, do inquire nt tho office, nnd seo if there is any int...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 14 May 1869

BY ROBERT YOUNG & CO. SOUTH vluolm* I WALHALLA, S. C, FRIDAY, APRIL 16, 1869. *im*imtmmmammm0amm?mmmumm~m*?mge*SB^^ \ \TT\ WT* fT?nt /iAkr%r-m% ? I <tall<w1 IW"??P???MMI...-. VOL IV,.NO, 27. i 3. ^ojm yjrxu T? i o a t i o FOR THE KEOWEK COL'Il I KU. ' Meeting of the Stockholders of the Blue Ridge Railroad Company. QLAY'rpN, Rabun Co., Go., April 30,18G9. A luccting of thc stockholders of this Com pany was held this day in tho Court House. Upon motion, Mr. Thouin? ir-?V - - ???'.4 to tho Olioii tina Mr. W. ll. D. Gnillnrd ro qucsted to net ns Secretary. Upon thc request of tho Chairman, Gen. J. W. Harrison, President of thc " Blue Ridge Railroad Company in South Carolina," explained tho objects of tho meeting, and rc. ferrod in fccliug and graceful terms to thc death of tho Hon. Edward Frost, o? South Carolina, tho late Prcsidcut of thc Compa ny. A majority of tho Stock having been as certained to ho represen ted, thc meeting pro" cccdcd to business. Judge James Blccklcy of...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 14 May 1869

W. C. KEITH, Editor. WHITNER SYMMES, Associate* YOUNG- <&> CO., PHOPKIK'JTOUS. T K R MS.-*For Subscription, TWO J) OL* LARS per annum strictly in advance; for six 'vionths, One Dollar, JU?*Advertisements inserted at $1 per square for cn lines or less for thc Jim insertion, axid 60 cents for each subsequent inscrlio7i. ?@P* Obituary Notices exceeding Jicc lines, Trib Utes of Respect, Communications of a personal character, and Announcements of Candidates, xviii bo charged foras advertisements j?G&*Job Printing neatly and cheaply caecuUd ft?ff* Payment can bo made in currency, or in pro vision at thc market rales. OSf Necessity compels tts to adhere strictly lo the requirement of cas h payment. " WALHALLA, S. C.: Friday Morning, May 14, 186D JUST In New York, on tho 10th instant, Cotton was quotod at 28$. Oold 37J. Notice. All adrortisouionta for insertion in tho COURIER must bo handed in by 8 o'olook A.M. on Wednesday, preocding tho issuo of tho paper. Tho Weather. Spri...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 14 May 1869

ISfew Adver tiseraoixte Groat Land Sale IN HENDERSON COUNTY, KY. AllT?ORIZED UV ACT OK TUR KENTUCKY LEUISLA .rum:, 1807-08. Stvtn JiirJi and Jlif/hly improved Ohio Itiver Bottom Farms and . Toten Lots lobe disposed of IN SHAHES. Capital 1'i'lzo, $150,000. 2 Prizes, ouch 27,500 4 Prize?, each 13,750 280 Prizes, oneh 120 140 Prizes, each ' 100 81 Prizes, each 80 MAKING 511 PRIZES IN ALL. Tickets $5.00. fTHIE drawing will take pince nt Masonic X Temple, in Louisville, Ky, on tho first day of September, 1809. Agents will furnish pamphlets, giving de scription of tho property, and containing tho oct of thc Legislature, AUTIIORIZI.NO: TUE BALE. Tho responsibility ami integrity of tho Com missioners, who have charge of tho Enterprise, uro endorsed by tho CBUTIEICATES (which will bo found in thc pamphlets.) of thc following gentlemen : Governor J. wi Stevenson. Hons. Garret Davis, and Thomas C. MeCroory, United States Senators. Hon. .lohn T. Bunch, Spcak or of tho Kentucky House of Represen...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 14 May 1869

! \ VARIET Y. _ Meohnnioal Aid in Agriculture Two distinot classes, which iuny bo tonned tho old school and thc now, nt present operate in tho field of Agriculture Tho former, with a stubborn tenacity, hold to tho tools and modes of working ns handed dowu to them by their ancestors, actually driving tho same Woodon plow that their fathers drove, cutting their fields of grass with tho heavy hand soytho as did their progenitors, laboriously boating tho flail in tho very same manner ns thoy boat tho grain from goldon sheaves j and wo recollect to havo seen, and that too with in the past few years, thc ox used upon thc threshing floor to tread out thc grain. It will bo noticed that this class of farmers disdain to uso mechanical assistance in their agricultural labors, considering them ns ono of thc many humbugs of thc agc, "hard cam ed" dollars out of thor pockets. They argue that their fathers lived and prospered on those broad acres, and why should not they do thc same? But they admi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 21 May 1869

BY ROBERT YOUNG & CO. SOUTH vluolm* I WALHALLA, S. C, FRIDAY, APRIL 16, 1869. *im*imtmmmammm0amm?mmmumm~m*?mge*SB^^ \ \TT\ WT* fT?nt /iAkr%r-m% ? I <tall<w1 IW"??P???MMI...-. VOL IV,.NO, 27. VA RIET Y ast Aro Wo Coming to Imperialism. ? Tho "Hound Table," discussing thc ques tion--"Aro wc drifting into Imperialism ?" '-roasons in this somewhat discouraging I strain : In plain sooth, tho age of sensuality, Of unchecked corruption, of dense, gross igno rance is coming down on us like night. A free press should have given moro notos of Warning than it has ; but tho press dislikes, In n freo country, to print unpalatable truth, nnd tho journals that profess " fearless devo tion to principle " arc notoriously thc oucs whoso artiolcs betray thc most laborious solic itude to cntch thc applause and flatter tho prcj udico of tho- greatest number. Mean while, at what arc called our "greatcenters,'' I coarse brutes, who ought to bc digging rail ways or drawing hand carts, lay down th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 21 May 1869

ifr?r.n?iifhiiVi-rr, -it; i ;,rt,v*y,a?J. i i i mimar, n.n. W. C. KEITH, Editor. WHI^NJE? SYMMES, Associate. ??. Y'OUNGr &*00.5 ^?IOIMIIU'JTOUS. Tl'Ui.VS.-Por Subscription, TWO J) 0' XA.liS per anmtm strictly in advance,' for ?fa months, One Dollar* ti(3f*Ailvcrtisc>ncnls inserted al $t pey ?/;nd>vyt>r ?H //iws or /MS for thc first insertion, and GO cents /brunch subsequent insertion, Obituary Notices exceeding fine lines, Trib utes of Respect, Communications of a personal character, and Announcements of Candidates, teilt 1 e charged for as advertisements BfSjF'Job Prifithig neatly and cheaply executed KJi?y* Payment can bc made in currency, or in pro vision at the market rates. JK?y** Necessity compels us to adhere strictly to the requirement of cash payment. WALHALLA, S. C.: Friday Morning, May 21, 1869 f?3T In Now York on Monday last, tho 17tb, Cotton was selling at 28} per pound. Cold, 411. ?t?r Attention ls directed to tho Adver tisement of Muj. J. II. WIIITNER, Kc...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 21 May 1869

TNTew Adver tisemoirts Great liane! Sale IN HENDERSON COUNTY, KY. AUTTTOIMV'KU ?Y ACT OF THU KENTUCKY I.EUISI.A TU RB, 1807-08. Rc.vcn Xl ich <nut J H yid y improved Ohio River Jiottqm JMrmswid 604 Town Lois lo bo disposed of JK HI I All VS. |?'ai?i<al Prize, $l!?0,<>oo. 2 Prizes, ouch 27,500 4 Prizes, euch 13,760 !280 Prizes, oneil 120 110 Pri/08, each 100 84 Prizes, onch 80 M AK ? NU 511 PHIZES IN ALL. Tickets $5.00. n"UIK drawing will toko pince at Masonic Temple, in Louisville, Ky, on thc first ?ny of September, 1800. ? Agents will furnish pamphlets, giving do y?oription of tho property, mid containing tho ??tot of tho Legislature, AUTHORIZING] TUB SAI.F.. Tho responsibility and integrity of the Com lAissionors, who have charge of thc Enterprise, ire endorsed by tho CERTIFICATES (which will bc found in tho pamphlots.) of thc following gentlemen: Governor J. W. Stevenson. Hons. .:Utirret Davis, und Thomas C. McCroory. United States Senators. P.?n. doini '!' Bunch, Spe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 21 May 1869

? GENUINE GHOST STORY. Sonio years ago I waa laid up several wooka with a . lame leg, iu au obscure vi llago iu North Wtdos. It was tho dullest of places, and I should nearly havo died of cnmti woro it not, hoing familiar with tho language, I was able to get acquainted with tho peoplo and study their household habits aud house hold loro. Many were tho strango talcs they told as wc sat around tho cheerful poot-firo in tho long autumn evenings-tales of fairies and goblins ; of spirits and douions ; of corpso* candles and wraiths; of witchcraft aud gla* mor of tho ovil eye Most of these mado little impression boyoud the moment, but tho following, partly because tho man who told it was intelligent beyond his station, partly becauso it seemed to illustrate n characteris tic fonturo of Welsh superstition-interested me so much that thc outline, nnd, with some exceptions, tho exact words, becamo firmly fixed in memory. If Robert Pritchard, this was tho story-toller's name, still walks in th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 28 May 1869

lilil?. CM ike night the day, thon can'et not then he Jahc to any man.'* VOL. IV..NO. 33 VARIE T x . A Sketch. UT MRS. HARRIET BEECHER STOWE. ty It was a splendid room. Rioh curtains finept down to tho floor in graceful folds, half occluding thc light, and shedding its soft hues over tho fine old paintings on tho walls, and Over tho broad mirrors that reflect nil that taste can accomplish by tho hand of wealth. Books, tho rarest and most costly, wero around, in every form of gorgeous binding and gilding, and among them, glittering in ornament, lay a magnificent Bible-a Bible, too beautiful in its appointments too showy, ornamental, over to have been meant to bo road--a Bible which every visitor should toko up and cxolaira, "What a beautiful edition; what superb bindings !" and thon lay it down again. And tho mastor of thc house was lounging ou a sofa, looking over n lato review-for he ??ras a mau of leisure, taste and reading-but thon, as to reading thc Biblo !-that forms, .wo suppo...

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