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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 28 May 1869

W. 0. KEITH, Editor. WHITNER SYMMES, AsBociat^ IR. YOUNa^j O?J, l?ieoiMCi&yi<m$, > , T KR M H-For Subscription, 'j')v (J J)'? L7 %*%RS per annum strictly in advance; for/sh months, One Dollar. Advertisements inserted al $1 per square Jor en lines or less/or thc Jirst insertion, and 50 cents 'for each subsequent itiscrtion. HQ?" Obituary Notices exceeding Jive lines, 2W6 utes of Respect, C'ouimnnictfitions of a persona! character, and Announcements of Candidates, will bo charyed for as advertisements ..JW^#?, Printing neatly. uitd.c/uaply /executed,. Payment cnn bc nuuk in currency, or in j/ro vision at thc piar fcc I rlilo/iS ?S?1' Necessity 'compels ns to adhere strictly to thc rcjuireincnLpf ca?b.paytHetU^^'^'^'ri^rn^i->v\r: - ..J-!.-.Ll! "f.L.l.-J. J"lJL-_J WALHALLA, S. 0.*l . Friday Morning, May; 23,. 1839>:- ? Jg&~ In New York, on' tho 2<Jth'"instant, Cotton was quoted nt 28 J to 282. Gold,;'!!*.; . Jt!?B* Attoritioti ts called to thc ad vertigo - .",1 ?u...

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. — 28 May 1869

NEW mm AND SUMMER GOODS FOR 1809. eli ' ?. ' T AM in receipt of a very large mid complete 1 STOCK OP COODS'for tho Spring* and Summor Trado, 4 Which I hove selected in person with great caro and with an oyo to tho wants mid neces sities of tliis community. LADIES' DttESS GOODS, Consisting in port pf every stylo and descrip tion df Prints, from 10 cents up; Muslins, 26 cents up ; Lawns, Jappantes Cloths, Rib bons, Laces, Corsets, Hoop Shirts, and in fact ? oyorytlilng necessary to a Lady's completo outfit.'' CENTS' GOODS, Of all kinds : Linens, Cottonadcs, Tweeds, Plain and Fancy. Cassi meres, French Drap,D Eto; also, Hats of all kinds aud styles. BOOTS fl ^? SHOES. ?vadtos' Laco and Congress Clatters, Mon's, Joys' and Children's Hoots and Shoos. ?PVBWISHIIV? GOODS. Window Curtains, Table Cloths, Sheetings, Shirtings, Long Cloths, &c, eic. 'PLANTATION GOODS. Collins' Axes, Planters' C. S. Brade's Hoes, Ames' and How land's Long Handle Shovels, 1 Spades, Scythe and Crass libidos, ...

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. — 28 May 1869

?s? I S GE L Xu A IST r ~Tho Fatal Shot. Among tho m?uy fair castle homes of Eng. land thoro could bo tiono fairor or moro state-, ly than Coran Castle, Suffolk. Tlioro lived Squire Coron, a fino Fpcoimon of tho olden soliool-stern, rugged and unbending ns ono of his own oaks, yet, withal, genial and kind ly. Tho meanest peasant on his estate walk ed brisker when ho saw thc squire, and smiled for fivo jhiuutcs after hearing his merry ?'Fino morning; first-rate weather I" Nearly forty years had passed sinco tho ?quire laid his fair girl-wifo in tho vault of tho Corans-nearly twenty since ho had bu ried by her side the ono son of their short wcdlook. Yet Covan Castlo was not desolate. Tho " heir," though ho had died young, had lived long enough to leave a widow and two orphan babes to his father's caro. Tho or phans ivoro not grown up. and the names of Hugh and Emma resounded through thc cas tle, shoutod in tho full, choory voice of tho ?hearty-old mkn. Dearly did he lovo them loth * ...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 4 June 1869

lilil?. CM ike night the day, thon can'et not then he Jahc to any man.'* VOL. IV..NO. 33 POETRY. ron TUC KK0WEK COURIER. To Somebody. 'Thoro fire somo who say that my hoart is cold, To tho charms of ladies fair, '.To-tho rippling laugh with Hie slolcu glance, And (heir silken wealth of hair. IBut my seul is bound to a gentle form lu tho old home far away ; And tho whitc-wijug'd thoughts of my mother glide Through my bi'cust tho live-long day. 'Though her fcaturos dear have thc chirms no moro, That wo meet at beauty's shrine, Which tho sculptor loves in the steno lo carve, And tho pool praiso in rhymo. . Yo*, they wear a calm like an angel's smilo, Ay ! of such a holy joy, "That thoir image fond they have mlrrcr'd deep In tho bosom of her boy. . And a? oft I gaze in thc azure depths Of a pair of sunlit eyes ; 'Or tho soft (inge sec of a woman's checks When the mantling blushes risc; "Then another form, though 1 cannot tell How it is, steals in their place, -And I seem to gaze in a ha...

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. — 4 June 1869

???j f?|?a|?. w7c. KE?.TH, Editor. WHITNER SYMMES, Associate TH RMS.-For Subscription, TWO JJ O L LAllS per annum strictly in advance; for six months, One Dollar. $1$$*Advertisements inserted at $1 per sguaro/or .nt ?mes or lesa for thc first insertion, and 60 cents for each subsequent insertion, j?$$f? Obituary Notices exceeding five lines, Trib uios of Respect, Communications of a personal rtutracler, and Announcements <g* Candidates, will bc charged for as advertisements HfOfJob Printing neatly and cheaply executed Payment can bc made in currency, or in pro vision at thc m arkct rates. J6?y** Necessity compels- ns to adhere strictly to the requirement of cash payment. WALILATLA, S. C.: j -? - Friday Morning, May 28, 1800 K?* In New York, on tho 81st ot' May, Cotton waa quoted at 29 cents. Cold, 38?. Attention is directed to tho various New Advertisements which appear in this paper. Valuable Property at Auction. Mrs. KNIUK will sell, nt auction, on thc first Monday in July, sev...

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 June 1869

NEW SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS FOR 1809. IAM in receipt of n verv hu ge and complete STOCK OK GOODS'for thc . Spring and Summor Trade, Which I have selected in ponton with great caro and with nu eye to tho wants and neces sities of this community. LAD?US' BKJESS CiOOBS, Consisting in part of every Btylc and descrip tion of Prints, from 10 cents up; Muslins, 25 cents up ; Lawns, Jappanccs Cloths, Rib bou8, Laces, Corsets, Hoop Skirts, and in fact everything necessary to a Lady's completo outfit. - ?TF/NTSP UOOBS, Of all kinds : Linens, Cotton ados, Tweeds, Plain and Paney Cassi meres, French Drap, D Etc; also, Hats of all kinds and styles. BOOTS AN li fcliO?ES. Ladies' Lace and Congress (tailers, Mon's, Hoys' and Children's Roots and Shoes. Fl) K WI S sa I N U O O ? ?s. Window Curtains. Table Cloths, Sheetings, Shirtings, Long Cloths, kc, ?Sro. PfiANTATIOW GiOOBS. Collins' Axes, Planters' C. S. Brade's Hoes, Ames' and Rowland's Long Handle Shovels, Spades, Scythe and Grass Wades, Hakes,...

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 June 1869

,v"^'v?, . ' ^-* 3MC J S Og 31J XJ A KT "Y. Koop your JBiltlo Brothor out of the Room. Joli? Smith-you'vo hoard of him-is very boxful ; is too bashful, in truth. Ho was boru and raised in tho country. His father gavo him n good education, and allows him plenty of money. Hut John, with all other attachments, never could accustom himself to tho sooiety of females, uot becauso ho did not liko tho girls, but because his shy nature would not permit him to associate with tho fair sex. It once happened-not very long ago cithor -that John's father had somo very impor tant business to transact in the city. Ho also ; had somo Ycry particular affairs toattcud to at ! homo, whioh demanded his personal attention, and not possessing thc power of ubiquity, he dclogatcd his son John to transact that in thc oily. John, being thus commissioned, immedi ately proceeded to tho city, and to tho rcsi donco of his father's old friend, whom ho found to bo n vory nice old gentleman, with a beautiful daughter...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 11 June 1869

lilil?. CM ike night the day, thon can'et not then he Jahc to any man.'* VOL. IV..NO. 33 V A I E! T V , .???"tj?oT?o? ??k WorW-l Our Mew Minister te Spain. DAMKI, K. BJCKT.SS. Tho appointment b, I>.~M?nl. firent pf ?Daniel 10 Sickle? ?? Minuter te Spain, vet ? Hale'resigned, ha? cocooned so T?oh comment that wc print below a sketch Xrtain portion? of hi? career that have from toototiLbcenbronghtinpnhheno . Daniel 13. SlokloB waa born in lb? ?,t n October 1821. When ho was em enough to bo pnt" o-?emo uscfnl employment ho w? taught the' printer'? trade, which he folio?*! -for loverai ,car?. ^emerged fro. boy h""d bo took part In ?rf^ ; ;;., ;otW became notonous .n all tho my? lot.bo* ?tunning, rnnnrng - and manipnlating voter? at *QVT\ A ..gingBerapc?. In ly 7 thc Court of ^Z '?XZo^^' of false pretence?, but tuc m?4 ? ,v ...h^^r^ o-certai.?-PP ?naco........ 'b" frtSBPtf printed funds to ono Mooro, ?r^'r^','MlUM plaintiff. In December, 1846, bo was indi? .cd by tho (?rand Jury on a ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 11 June 1869

W. C. KEITH, Editor. WHITNE.ll SYMMES, Associate. H.Y-OXJN6 & GO., pnopisn I; rons. h T li li M S. - b\,t SnbseriptloHJ. T W 0 i) 0 !.. \ LARS /?r unnuntmlrlet/y in advance; for nix r mo nih*, One. Doline. I j W?f Advertisements insert eilfai ,$1 j.er se?are for j ?rt lines or less for the first i?cr?in, and 60 cents I for ea?h subsequent insertion! Ju J?6Y" Obituary NotUcs^.eecedivg^Jire lints, Te'tl> J KfM o/ Respect, OomSiid^iv-ilions ?f a personal siharacter, nul Announcements of Oitndidetts, witt j 6? charged foras advcrtitaficuts j ?&fJob Printing neoAy and cheaply executed \ - /Ka/*" Payment van bf/iadcifi currency, vein j.ro I vision, al thc ma rkcth-utct. J?-T-jY* Necessity compJv Ks to adhere strictly to jj requirement of cj&h payment. WAIJJ?LLA, S. C.: Friday Mc?&ng, Juno ll, 13G0 Hjmenial. i M/VRVUED. on tho 3d of Juno, instant, nt. "tonnt Inn.,/1 "io rcsulcnco of tlio britta's rather, I S*3WvrVA 'II?-?T" "N's?. Mu. KOIM'iltT YOUNG, of Walhalla, t? MiH...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 11 June 1869

1NEW SPRING D SUMMER GOODS FOI 1809. pring and Suinmor Tratlo, li I hayo selected in porson with grcti nd with an oyo lo tho wants and nece> filtiCs ot tins community. ? LLinil^) JHtUSS <N'OOt>$, lo?sisting in part of overy style and desor?p Mbpof Prints, from 10 cents up: Muslins .Mont? up; Lawns, Joppanoos Cloths, Rib lens, Laces, Corsets, Hoop Skirts, and in fae Vgything necessary to a Lady's compleh ?t? ?Edi kinds : Linens, Cottonades, Tweeds Hin and Fancy Oassimoros, French Drap.D Wo; also, lints of all kinds and styles. ? BOOTS \JSii ??dies'Lace und Congress Clniters, Men's Wpys and Children's Pools and Shoos. ;wnaow Curtains, Table Cloths, Sheetings, flirtings, Long Cloths, &o., ive. Illina' Axes, Planters' C. S. Prado's Hoes, Ines' and Rowland's Long Handle Shovels, jades, Scythe and Crass Rindes, Rakes. Ames and Trace Chains. Also, Carpenters' Joolsof every description. EATABLES. nirjfl, Sides and Shoulders; Mackerel, Pu ?ir, Coffee, Imperial, Creen and Plack T...

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. — 11 June 1869

? ?i-- -i nw i i . i il rmi? in i i i 11 ?II mill ?II i li 111 My First Duck. lu thc morning when tho light was nhou1 tho oolor of a gray oat iu a cellar. Tim roused mo up, and wc sallied forth. Wo marohed sllontly along shore, "looking sharp" thro' tho roods. Tim constantly whispered to mc to "koop my oyos opon." Thc gun felt very heavy, and in that peculiar light looked about fiftoon feet long. "On wo strodo, my pulso going like a volunteer at linen:. Vista, i?ud douly, says Tim, softly : "Ah, thoro's a ohnnco, by Jove ! Now, my boy, all ready ?" "Eh, chanco 1 whcro, at what ?" Tim put his fingers to his lips, nnd, making me orouoh dowu, pointed through tho roods. In a minuto, suro onough, I saw a duok graoo fully bobbing up aud down, about fifty yards off, or less. I booamo awfully excited. "Lot mo shoot him, Tim ?" ^Ccrtaiuly ; orack away." I knelt down j my fingers tromblcd Uko those of a surgeon at his first operation. Tho duck looked about tho sizo of a turkcy-gob blor to my ...

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. — 18 June 1869

n JU ? iA? night th* day, thou cpn'tj noi $&n h* /abe to ?ny pian." VOL, iv..m, m POETRY. Is it Anybody's Business 1 Is lt anybody'a business If a gentleman sbould eboose To wait upon a lady, If tho lady don't refuse Or, to opeak a little plainor, That tho moaning nil may know, Ju it anybody's business If a lady has a boau T Is lt anybody's buuinoas When that gentleman docs call, Or whoa ho leavos tho lady, Or if bo leaves at all ? Or is it necessary That tho curtain sbould bo drawn, To snvo from further trouble The outsido lookers ou ? In it anybody's business Hut tho linly'y if bor beau. Hides out with oilier ladies And doesn't let her know? ls il anybody's business Mut thu gentleman's, if she Should accept anothers osoort, Where he doesn't chalice lo he? ls .? person en tb.o sidewalk, Whether great or whether small, I? it anybod's business Where that porson moans lo call? Or, if you see a person As he's calling anywhere, ls it anybody's business What Ida business may be th-;r...

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. — 18 June 1869

ri Cf D a rV W; C. KEITH, Editor. WHITNER SYMMES, Associate. IE??. YOXTl>T<3" Sc GO., TJCRMS.- -For Subscription, TWO I) OL' LARS per annum st rielly in advance; /or fix months, One Dollar. ??&n*ldvcrtiscincnls ittscrtcd al $1 per square for en lines or less J or the first insertion, and 00 cents /'or cacti subs?quent insertion. At^y Obituary Notices exceeding jive lines, Trib utes of Respect, Communications of a personal character, and Announcements of ^Candidates, iVitl be charged for as advertisements tiZ??* Job Printing -neatly and clo api y executed J&fc?f Payment can bc made in currency, or in pro vision al thc market rates. JJ??r* Necessity compc/s\ us to adhere strictly lo th? requirement of cash payment. ~~ WALKALLA, S. C. : Friday Morning, Juno 18, I860 jjgp In New York ou thc Ll th instant) Cotton, was quoted at 321. Gold 392. B@u W. ll.'SiiKiiOn, will accept our thanks for a prcsont of nico oako. j??T Wo aro indebted to Capt. D. G. CAI," HOUN for a copy of ...

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. — 18 June 1869

^Voti?? to Tax Payers. DK'P?TT COLLECTOR'S OrriCE, > Greenville, S. C., June 2? 180?. j IH AVE rec Wert ihc Annual List for Q reen ville, Anderson, l'iokons nnd Oconco. 1 will be in my Office nt (?recuvillc Court House, on I ho 3d, ?Ith, 5th, 7th, 8th nml Dili; nt Anderson Court House, on thc 1 1th and 1 Ith; nt Greenville Court Houso, on thc 10th, 17th mid 18th: nt New Pick ens on thc 22d; nt Anderson Court House, on thc 25th, 20th, sud 28th; ut Walhalla, on thc 29th und SOI h; at Pendleton, on Thursday. Isl July; nt An derson, on Friday, 2d, 8d nnd 5th, and thc follo'w iug wcok nt Croon ville Court. House, Cor thc pur fosc of collecting tho Internal Kevenuo Taxes. 'artic? aro requested lo como forward on tho days -ibvovo specified, and moko payments, thereby avoiding Hie ponai ties which will be added, as re quired Ly in?'. ? Persons owing Taxes assessed on t^,c old usia, would do well to settle at once, ns I winV.bc con?? pcllcd to force payments just as soon as pusV'1'.'.0. A...

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. — 18 June 1869

Y i? ? I fi T Y . Perilous Height. TUtt'll.tilNQ A i.vi,s roui: ON A cn IM s KY-Tor. Tho most intensely exciting nnrativo wo have read Tor ninny ii ?lay, is the following story from n new London magazine, entitled tho Quiver: A mun will go blind, and mud too, from foar. I havo soeu it happen, and if you don't mind listening, will toll you tho story. I was upprontiood to a builder when I loft school, and soon got to Uko tho trado very much, especially whon tho work was perilous and gavo mo a chanco to out do tho oilier lads in daring. " Spider," was my nickname in thone dayK, given partly on account of my long logs, for I hud outgrown my proportions, and partly beouaso they said I could crawl .Jong a roof liko my namesake When I was about tbrcc ond-twonty I was working with tho famous Mr. -~, and wont down to Swansea with his piokod hands to carry out a ' oontraot ho had taken in that town. Whilo thuro I foll in lovo with tho prottiost girl I had seen iu Wales, and that is saying a g...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 25 June 1869

lilil?. CM ike night the day, thon can'et not then he Jahc to any man.'* VOL. IV..NO. 33 VAR IET Y The Homestead Law as Applicable to Prior Debts and Judgment, not Uuconttiiutional Judgo Orr, in the appeal taken before bin? in the onso of thc creditors of T. K. Ware, ha.i decided that tho homestead clause of t o % Constitution of this ?State and.thc Act cf the Lcgislatuo carrying it out, aro not in conflict with tho Constitution of thc United States. Thc Judgo has given an able opinion on thc subject, which wo lay before our readers. Tho case, by consent, was heard at chambers at Audcrson. Thc Judge has decided in tho samo case that thc 81,000 is inclusivo of thc value of thc dwelling house and outbuildings, ?nnd tho appraisement hnving excluded thc cstimato of tho dwelling in this caso and as signed 81,000 in land, a rc-apprniscincnt was ordered. The following is thc opinion in full : IM THE COIJltY OK COMMON VT.F.AS-CUIKEN Vir.T.K COUNTY. A. D. Hoke and T. Q. Donaldson, Admin istr...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 25 June 1869

TOB leWi?LllgiRi. W. C. KEITH, Editor. WHITNER SYMMBS, Associate. B.yOU?G-c^ GO., *Wr' * #JWSffcr ' ' 'l?pjjr ~~<FV * -- - -^3 ??^?/J 'J'J? JIMS. -Fur Subscription, TWO J) OL' LARS per unnuin stric'/y in advance; for si.? months, Ono Dollar. tfSy Advertisements inserted at $1 per se/narcfor en lines or tess for thc first insertion, and GO cents for each subsequent insertion. ??y** Obituary Notices cxce?diny five lines, Trib utes of Respect, Communications of a personal character, ami Announcements <>f Candidates, will Oe charged for as advertisements pgtj* Job Printin;/ neatly and cheaply executed tO&" Payment can bc madl in currency, or in pro vidion ai tho mar hot rates. J6??f? Necessity compels ns to adhere strictly to thc requirement, of cash payment. WALHALLA, S. C.: _Friday Morning, Juno 25, 18G9 ! . JCS?- In Now York, on tho 21st. instant, Cotton was quoted at 33 i couts por pound. Gold, 36?. Freo Schools. "Wo haye been again called on by private lcttor to give s...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 25 June 1869

Sheriff's S?,e BY vlrtuo of sundry Writs of Fieri Facias, lo mo directed, I will sell lo tho fliehest bhbM, nf. Walhalla, S.C., on Halcday in July next, >v'tiliin tho legal hours, (ho following properly : Ono Tract of Land, lying on tho waters of LHUQ lllvor, oontnining 12O0 acres moro or less, md. adjoining Lauds of ' ebert Morgan, Neal Sh itting and others, levied on as tho property of George Seaborn, at tho suit of J. 13. liarlo. On Tuesday after Salcday lu July, I will sell, to thc highest bidder, at tho house of Major Soubon, on Lilt lo Uiver, 4 Mulca, 2 Wagon?, Harness hy ono Wagon, 1 Log Cart, I Cow and Calf, 1 Ycav lingC'alf. 18 Stock Hogs, 16 bead Sheep, Houss bold and Kitchen Furniture 1 set Patent MU Dogs, 8 Plowstocks, 1 Corn Shollcr, 1 Straw Cnv tor Scythonoradlo, 1 Grass Diado and Swath.4 Levied on as tho property of George Seaborn ?I thc suit of J. H. Hurle. Ono Tract containing 200 ncres moro or lepsj adjoining Lands of Mrs. Steele, John G Hilson an} others, levie...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 25 June 1869

MISOE LLANY. Parisian Fortune-Tollors. A clerk in ono of tho French offices of polioo was, somo years ago, appointed to su perintend tho legal proceedings instituted against a fortune teller. Thc inquiry furn ished him with .some curious information , concerning tho general principles on which tho art ia founded ; ho discovered that upon tho whole it wns morely a calculation of prob abilities, which, if managed adroitly, might become susceptible of suooossful application ; and ho thought it would bc an excellent thing to turu conjuror himself. Ho began hy dividing thc workable matter-namely, public ciodulity-into its two sexes, its four ages, in to married and unmarried, masters and ser vants, clergy and laity, nobles and commoners, &o. He then set down tho general accidents common to all classes, tho special accidents moro common in each, and, finally, tho moro raro and individual nccidonts. Ho thus ac quired a mass of about 4,000 of thc accidents of human lifo whioh aro consta...

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 July 1869

lilil?. CM ike night the day, thon can'et not then he Jahc to any man.'* VOL. IV..NO. 33 ?ommuni o ations. CIRCULAR. F \ To the Officers of the Bible Societies and Othere Co-Qnerating with tye American Mlle Society in South Carolina. DKAU BRETHREN t ^ jP^rroH mo to direct your nttob tion io tho^followi < i? im por ta n t in etrucUon? from tuo S?or?taries of th? Ameri . "can Biblo Society, Bible House, Astor Plaoe, New York oity ? . "Tho Comm it too on Di? tribu tion hove iu-; ' -fitftteM Us to stato, that hereafter they will expect nil application!! for grants of books by and rid far as practicable alt others, ta receive tlie endorsement of the Agent from whose.State the requests are .nade, together with full information of tho facts which en force each ease. They are* especially desirous, to know tho extent of destitution, tho efforts made by applicants to help themselves, or to ? pay in part for books recoived from our De . poaitory, or to contribute to the. causo, tb JO number...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
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