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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 2 July 1869

W. C. KRITH, E<Uto*\ WHITER SYISME??, Ausociato. E.YO '?T INT ?r O O;, l>UOI?KllWOUN. Tt?H MS.-^For Subscription, T\VQ.])QL^ DA UH ;><>. annum strictly in advance; for six Months, One Dollar. tX$}* Advertisements inserted at $1 j)cr square for e i Hues or less for thc first insertion, and ?0 cents for each subs?quent insertion. (f??F Obituary Notices exceeding Jive lines, Trib utes of Iicsj)ccl, Communication* of a personal character, and Announcements of Candidates, tcill be. cbiiryctl for a? advertisements tx&f* J<>'> Printing neatly and cheaply executed l^'JST Payment can bc minde iii currency, orin pro~ vision al thc market rates. ?S?" Necessity compels tts to eulhere . strictly to Hie requirement of ea ah payment. yVAklLVLM, iS. C.: - ? '. , . ; "_. Ffidtiy Blcrning, July 2, 1869- \\ j lu j^cw\ V?ork, on tho 2Cth iostaut, Outton wa? quoted nt 33j.v Gold,' 37 ?,. *J Wo hro Uudcr obligation^ to Mtv'&; i A. TATE for a copy of thc " Imperialist.** l'...

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 July 1869

!? Last Sale .TOWN LOTS For tho Now Cpunty of Piokens* rTIHE undorslgnol. Coramisatooora appointed JL bjr ??io Convention to Holoct nod locnto tho Conuty-eUo for tho now Plekons County, will jell to tho highest bidder,"at the now location on Tuesday'thef 27th doy of July next, Court week, tho regaining LOTS ; AT TIC Ii! I?? SC, I?., Comprising respectively, hnlf-nore, ono, two ami four nore L6t8,judiciously laid out. The'location; itf near Iluntor'u Storey bctwoon Town* and . Wolf Crooks, 14 miles from old Piokens 0. IL, 20 milos from Croon ville C. H., and 17 miles from Pendleton Villa^O? nod in a teal thy section*' The location is a most d?sira* lo one, being situated on a bountiful platoau and surrounded by A fertile region, with thrifty Inhabitants and tho village rapidly improving. Thoro is. on both Town and Wolf Crooke, fine Water Power, with good flaw Mills, and an abundance of the best timber nein* by. The couti ty-si to is noarly equi-dlstnnt between Kcowoo and Saluda River...

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 July 1869

A Startling NaretWo of Beal Life. Bf A.VNIK HOBERT?. I Wo oa a visit to Columbus, Mississippi. I bau four or Aro frioads there, schoolmates of tniue j for iu thoso days wo Southerners uso J to form partios, and a number of .us leave our homos, and go together to tho far North- to bo eduoatod. A groat mistake I havo sluoe thought ; for I have had occasion, often to tegcot not having reooived instruo tiou io my own State. At ?he time of Which I write, waa at tho house of my most intimate friend, Sue Long She was lovely in disposition, not remarka bly beautiful ; but I never saw any one with so sweet a fao?. Her skin was purely white, and hor eyes a dark gray that mauy mistook for black, be. oauso of tho long dark lashes veiling them,. She had always a beautiful color and looked li eal th y ; yet, I don't know why, she pow seemed strong to me. At sohool, I have seen her tremble and grow palo at li ttl o ?acid on ta that sea ic ely af. footed me. That Very nervous weakness, lo opposed t...

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 July 1869

- BY ROBERT YOUNG & CO. WALHALLA, S. C" FRIDAY, JULY 23, I860 ' VOL. IV,-.??NO. 4j" : j VARIETY. The Good Time Coming in tho South T*ho Now York Commercial Advertiser for. ?ibly remarks : Tho condition of tho Southern States at tho prosont tiiuo is full of promise They scorn ?o have fairly tided over their industrial and lolitoal troubles, and tho futuro is bright with tho promiso of n high, and, we trust, eudur. ?og prosperity. Another good cotton orop, of whioh tho indications appear to bc tho most favorable, will placo them in a position which .von tho Northorn States may envy. Tho Southern people, forunately for themselves jpavb had no credit for soveral years past, and have thoroforo uo debts at tho present time. ! They h'uvc "been forced to live ccono. mically, and depend entirely upon their own resourocs, tobillo tho Northerners, as n rulo> have been extravagant and wasteful. It is probable that in the event of tho occurrence < of tho financial panic which some pers...

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 July 1869

1TG?I ??QfliM?llBa W. C. KEITH, Editor. WHITNER SYMMES, Assooiate. tmopRiETons. 1R?T8.--} Subscription, TWO DOZ per annum strictly in advance; for six ic-nlhs, Ont Dollar, t&p Advertisements inserted at $1 per square for <M lines or less for the first insertion, and 60 cents for each subsequent insertion. ?Qf" Obituary Notices exceeding five lincS, Trib utes, of Respect, Communications of a personal character, and Announcements of Candidates, will .*# ehatged foras advertisements %Job Printing neatly and cheaply execute ' Payment can bc made in currency, or in prc *{?lo* , t the market rates. I?f* Necessity compels us to adhere strictly to Ahe requirement of cash payment. ev?? j ftj, WALHALLA, S. C.: 'ftes Tfiday Morning, July 23, 1889 We acknowledge tho receipt of tho mouthly report of tho Department of Agri culture for May and Juno, from W. T. M.o .fcain, ohief Clerk. Sale. Every person desiring to inv?Btin town .property io tho flourishing County of Dick ens, will bear, in...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 23 July 1869

Fresh Turnip Seed. RUTA RAGA, LARGE WHITE NORFOLK, LARGE WHITE GLOBE, GOLDEN RALL, EARLY WHITE FLAT DUTOH, AY HITE STRAP LEAF, DALIS HORRID. ALSO, GREEN CURRED SCOTCH KALE, Eo-r eulo by ** J. B."E. SLOAN & CO , . Pondfoton, S. 0. July 13,1809 40_tf THE STATE Ol? SOUTn CAROLINA, PICK KN H COUNTY-CITATION. ' WHEREAS, James M. Edens mado suit to mc to grunt him Letters of Administration debon U non of the Esleto and effects of Alexander KdcuH, deccasod. Thoso aro thoreforo to cito and admonish all and singular tho kindred and credit Srt of tho enid Alexander Kde ns, deceased, that icy bo and appear, boforo mo, in tho Court of Probate, lo be held at Pickcns Court Houso ou the Sd day of August next, at ll o'clock in tho fore noon, to show causo, if any thoy liavo, why tho said Administration should not bo granted. Glten under my hand, thia Gili day of July,. Auno Domini, 1800. _ I. II. PHILPOT, J.P.P.C. THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, OCONEE COUNTY-CITATION. WHERES, JOSEPH J. NOllTON ha...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 23 July 1869

' ' ?lg?. Jt??j '??. " V.'i. Willi. H"L1*.f ?tViiO?j From tho, XIX%Century. Adventures of a Confeaerate Blookado ft?? . ner. . ?titJ HOV? A CONFEDERATE HLQAJKADE RVNNER HOODWINKED A, BRITISH NAY At OFFICER, , * .--- <*. Tho i'Kato" wasa8 cloan.as a uow pin, officers and men dressed for Company, and %> Crnjiaiu Tom, with tho easy courtesy of a mau ^?f the world, quickly in ?do ov?ry individual' on boahl fool ns if ho, sho and {t were his own, personal guests. No wau knows how to plant and reap blessings bettor than Tom Oakuy. Tho fine band of tho socobd West India Reg iment-all blacks-'Wtis on board, and added io the zest of thc occasion with musio that would not be discreditable in tho Taoon Thea tre or ?lydo Park. I ought to toll you, by tho way, ' that, thjs regimcut is oom^ied en tirely o f negroes, every ono of whom is a picked man, six foot in height, and when they appear ?U parado, dressed iu their Zouave uniform, end drilled so that tho; move like a vast ma chine, there...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 6 August 1869

lilil?. CM ike night the day, thon can'et not then he Jahc to any man.'* VOL. IV..NO. 33 V X. R ? B T j? - \ ?he Award of the Bine Ridge Railroad I Contract. I WHAT THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE HAVE 1 TO BAY ON THE SUBJEOT. t ?n the ??Daily News" Of tho 17th instant * -appeared a letter from Columbia, containing What purported to be a statement dorived from ".first rat? sources," of the clroumslnnces at tending tho recent letting of the work on tho Blue Ridge Railroad, and ulsoof the amount? of tho various proposals, ond the prieta at whioh Criswcll & Co. obtaiucd tho award of thc eoutraot. Tho writer, "Lux," has fallcu into a fow errors of fuct and figures, mid that tho public may bo fully iuformcd upon the matter, tho following corrections of bis statements aro mado from thc official records of tho proceed ings of tho Executive Commit tee : The lowest bid received under thc odver tiscmcnt waB $7,252,099.48; tho highest $10,160,056.94. Tho other bids wore inter mediate between these...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 6 August 1869

Editor. ^OTjr?iro- <s* co., lMXOBn&ffl-vrOHS. tSfS.-fiW Subscription, TWO J) O Ir per annual strictly in advance; for ti ti? Bollar, dvcrtitements inserted at $1 per square Jot \es> or less for th? first insertion, and 60 cents ich subsequent insertion, . Obituary Notices exceeding five lines, 7V?6 of Respect, Communications of a personal leter* and Announcements of Candidates, ?ill rped? for at advert?sement? tb Printing neatly and chtaply execute 'Payment eau bc made in currency, orin pro fan at the market rales. Necessity compela tts to adhere strictly to yrt?diremen^ of cash payment. I WALHALLA, S. C.: ff Pf i day I Mer ping, August 0, 1868 lb Thejotlcntion of oUr reado.-s is culled Bo tho advertisement of salo of real estate io' i this county,- by H. A. THOMPSON, receiver, lon uoleduy in September next. i -- jfcjff'iWo ere under obligations to Hon. P. yS^.. SAWYER, of Charleston, Senator from $outh ?arolinoy for valuable public docu ments, otiong thom the copy of tho ...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 6 August 1869

WantOil Agenta to sell SERVICE ?T,' AFLOAT in the SUMPTER "ALABAMA, by AMDM'L. RAPHAEL i EMMES. 30,000 ooplps sold .during the first ! ? four jnontha. It is a most graphie, and thrill- j Jl in? description of tho advent uros of ttus oom* T wander and his ?omW.os, written by Semmoo I J hlmsolf, dud dvcrybody takes lt withoutjiolioita tlon, no mattor what their .politics. Wo will i furnish the nu in cs of over 12o agon ts, who hnvo I tl >?tRde upwards of $900 por month net, with this $ \Wok? 8old only by subscription, and exclusivo I Wrrltory givoo to good ftgdhjj. Address P. I. Pf??LE & Ct). 208 Main St., Louisville, Ky. Augusts, 1809 43 tf ^ Dr. Whittier. ? 1 i REGULAR GRADUATE OF MEDICINE, aa /' ?1 diplonia.at oftioo will BIIOW, has bcon longer. ' engaged ia tho troaltttcut of Vclikrcdl, Sexual atut Private Diseases, than any othor physician in 61. Loulsi. . Syphilis, Qowrrhed, Olcct, Stricture, Orchitis Iltridah, and Rupture; all Urinary Diseases and Syphilitic or Mercurial...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 6 August 1869

1^ a Living. .;. ?K^^ttM?" noi-o?ly 'aro thcro breeders of i ** clean boasts ?od of boasts fhat are not olean, of (owls aud other things that creep upon ~-<$0'WtV', but therd aro educators of equir ;v *V> Instructors of owls art* canaries, profes I'J Mo?fc of langungo fnr parrots, magpies and star lings,, aud of Binging for oh a flin oh os, gc'd ^%ohos and nightingales. Moreover, all these ^teoplo manage to live by tho aingular profeil? [f^te *bey have ohoaon. Take tho caso of tho I ^fi! B?Dglog-?uastor,%hoearns quite as muoh HB^j^ professionals who teach singing to , |: ^ ^^.od .bipods. ; A bird that' costs a fow j ?^^--^^?ta" ?ts value Ignoro than quadrupled af ;W.C/*?Va ,course of lessons from ono of those pro- I . \fosaors, who rcocivo singing birds of ovory :' description as boardors, and suporintcud their >.. ?nusical odaoation, or provide tutors for thom fct thxnr own homes in tho shnpo of porfootly . trained wavbiors, wliioh aro shut up ought nnd day with tho pupil,...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 13 August 1869

'? Te thine ewn self be true, and it mutt follow, m$ ihe night ike day, tikom ?mV net tften be Jalee to ame/ mom/* ?' \Y ROBERT YOUNG & CO. WALHALLA, 8, C, FRIDAY, AUGUST 13, 18G0 VOL. IT...?N0. 44. fi [vari?t y ._ The Confederate Cotton Loan. 0 e8 of an ^nolis? bondholder. To the Editor of the fond?n Post : Sir : It has becu asserted that these bouds would! Jetas a net-off against the Alabama claims, and this may be their ultimato fate ; but, ana bolder, I am by no means disposed to admit that our olaims, which nro founded?first, on ^the American government having seized the ^otton which was hypothecated for their pay ment; second, on tho government of the United States, or rather tho Congress, having forcibly interfered to compel tho Southern Static to repudiuto their obligations to tho bondholders. On botli or cither of these causes tho United States Government are bound, according to the law of nations, to pay these bonds. I think, therefore, it will bo admitted that althoug...

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. — 13 August 1869

*T> - '-*^-"s **-- 11 I il .' . KEITH, Editor. WHITNI?E SYMMES, Associate. Rl^OTJNGh fe CO., lfKOI'Kf?TOR$f lERArS.-?Vor Subscription, TWO 1) 0 L ?nS per ann?.n strictly in advance ; for ii months. One Dollar. Advertisement* inserted at $!>/)er s?aar*/or en lines or lest for the first insertion, attd GO etuis for each subsequent insertion. Obitug?fifaNotice? exceeding five lines, Trib cr?nti? itte? of Jiespectt Communications of a per eharacter, and Announcements of Candidates, mil ?? e/talrasd for at aduertisimtntt Job Printing neatly and cluapln exeeute SfSp* Payment.can be made in currency, or in pro /vision at the market rates. t?SF* Necessity compel* us to adhtt'l strictly to '' th? requirement of <cash payment' V WALHALLA, S. C: JS3T IM i'?ow York, on tho 9th instant, Cotton was quoted at 83*. Gold 35ft. M&~ Numerous Now Advertisements, of Importance, will bo found in this number of tho Court kr. Our readers may find it to their advantage to reud the new advortiso...

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. — 13 August 1869

> fiMril'iiiTf<fci"i'fi;;--ri n?a?, ?WHftY'iij?^iiiWtMi un TST&-W Advertisemeiits Winfiwl Aponte to eoli SERVICE w? <***iv?ilj AFLOAT in tho SUMPTER & ALABAMA, by AMDM'L. RAPHAEL ?EMMES. 30.000'copies sold during tho flret four moutlie. It in a moat graphic und thrill IIng description of the advontures of this cm? mander and bin comrades, written by Sommo llnisolf, and overybody takos it without snlioita lion.no inattcr what thoir politics. Wo wil. Furnish tho ?amen of ?vor 12?> agonts, who hu\ ?na,dq upwards of $300 por month not, with this Look. Sohl only by subscription, ami exclusivo territory givon to good ugonts. Address . F. I. DIBBLE & CO. 208 Main St.. Louisvitlo. Ky. AugUHt 3. 18G9 43 tf Dr. Whittier. 4 RL&ULAR GRADUATE OF MEDICINK.as j\ diploma at oflico will show, has been longer engaged in the. treatment of Venereal, Sexual and Private Disease*, than any other physician in Bt. Louis. \ Syphilis. Gonorrhea, Gleet, Stricture. Orchiti? \ Jfernia...

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. — 13 August 1869

?earful ^ragped/-A Man Killed by a Dog. Oa yesterday wo came into possession of the particulars of a most singular pud fearful trsgody, which recently occurred in one of th%. mountain counties of this Stato. The gentleman from whom wo received our infor mation, has requested us to give noithor the Dame of tho oounty in whioh tho horrible aoooe took pluoo, nor tho names of tho actors in it j in tl?o first place, because tho families of the parties are among tho best and most reepeotablo in tho county, and should not be subjected to this additionn? m ti fica t ion f t an act whioh they can, in no manner, bo hold responsible; and, in the Second place, be* cause publicity would now, iu no way, sub serve tho onds of justice, as tho guilty party has alroady expiated hie crime by so fearful a punishment. Wo will only prcfaoo our ac count of the matter by stating that our infor mation was derived from a well-known and highly esteouied gentloman of this city, and may bo safely relied upon as...

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. — 20 August 1869

i".1 V.". >.i Ji?li..J'Al>V'l^j?J*fVr-(j'J..M.' .L '.K '. I? fe? ROBERT YOUNG & CO. -THS^J: ... 1 jg* SS??? 'JJ.'l'J-Ll _L. B JU J?.-WBBWBBU JLLU'iL ff.-*! WALHALLA, S. C., FltlDAY, AUGUST 20, 1869 .* '_ VOL, IV...?KO. 45 ,,^y A^jr !E rr Y . The Labor Problem. Tho negroes of tho South, stimulated thoro . to by their ultra radical allies of thc Northj ebbw symptoms of alarm in consequence of the threatened competition by laborers from China. A pretentious humanitarian demand lias been set up on behalf of thc negroes that they shall be treated in all respects ns the V? bi to man's peers, his equals in the field, tho .workshop, tho political arena, and thc social .circle. To a largo oxtont this demand bas tboon enforced through ooorsivc legislation and the still moro cocrsivo bayonet, against thc protest of an unwilling people. For a year or so, ? Sambo regarded himself as master of tho Southern situation. Ho had been* oalled from the corn-field, tho stable or the pantry to t...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 20 August 1869

C. KEITH, Editor. WHITJNBR 8YMMES, A?sooiate. PROPRIETORS. TSR *t8.~-For Subscription, TWO DOL-\ it ARS per annu.n Privily in aduane* i for ti j month?, One Dollar. .C?jr*Adoertitemtnts inserted at $1 per squarefor tn lines or less for the fest insertion, and 60 cents for each Subsequent insertion, I <36"F* Obituary Notices exceeding five lin**', Tirib ?U* of Respect, Oonvnuntccttionj of 0 personal .haractsr, amt Announcement* of Candidates, mil is ?bargedforan advertisements hVeW Job .Printing neatly and chtaply execute JjQT' Payment ?an be made in currency, or tn pro vti?oi at the market rates. jf?T Necessity compels tuto adhere strictly to ?th* requirement of oath paytnent. ???W*?*4?<?^^ WALHALLA, S. C.: Friday Morning, August go, 1869 j?jST In New York, on tho IGth instant, Cotton waa quoted at 83 J. Gold 84. - *->?*>? -- Early. Mrs. M. M. Cary has placed upon our tablo a well opened boll of cotton, plucked from her farm in this county. Arrested* Diannah, a colored w...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 20 August 1869

VALUABLE BEAL ESTATE FOR SALE. ?wILL SELL to tho lilahost blddor, boforo tho Miii-kot. House door, tn tho town of Walhalla, ?on Saleday In September next, tho following traots of Land, bolonglng to ?ho Eetalo of EUCloveland, deceased, vic Tract No. 2, containing 289 aorc?, adjoining tracts Nos. 1 and 8, aud I?. M. Cleveland. -, Tract Nc?. 8, containing 274 acres, adjoining tract No. 2, J. W. Sanders, C. W. Hunt and A. J. Lowery. TEHMS OF SALE.-On a credit of ono, two and throe years, the purchase money to bo seourod by note, personal eoourity, and a mortgage of the premises sold; tho note to bo drawn payable in tinco equal anuual uucoessivo instalments, with Interest from date. . % Purchasers to pay eatra for titles, mort gage and stamps.. Jt?y* mia ard ready for examination Mr. E. .II. Cleveland, Tract No. 1, will givo .di ucees sary information in regard lo these lands. ftQy* Thcso tracts lio convenient tc tho Rail road, and aro valuable for their farming lands and tlmbor HOBT. A....

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 20 August 1869

" '^'ii'?AK .Ttl-*?j' ;. -'y v^-.?-*-fe??>rat!*? *? w'atm ' Blowing tho Whistle. .A f-Yenkoq story," heard hy us,?orno twa yVavs ngo in England, may not bo now to our toaders, sinco tho Wtes turo" seems to show the ois-Atlantio loom. In our opinion, however, it is so good that we aro tomptod to givo it at tho risk-of its hoing a repetition : Au Atuorioou-~a voritablo "Down Kastor," and not to bo mistaken for any othor stripe was riding io no English railway carriego, his solo oompamou being nu Engliaman, equally unmistakable as a typical "John Bull." They were strangers to ouo another, and bad traveled some five miles PI"inoro. Without a word passing between ?.'iem. : . Tho "whistle" was. hoard, interrupting their unsociable meditations; when .tho Yankee, whoso curiosity could not any long ej.J?e kept in rcstruiut, asked what it was J ^for. i "Aw-aw!" yawned tho British. "Sig nal wo arc gowjog to stop ot a statipn." Jonathan Oraned his ucck out of5 tho win dow, bul could seo no s...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 27 August 1869

lilil?. CM ike night the day, thon can'et not then he Jahc to any man.'* VOL. IV..NO. 33 VARIETY. Chinese Labor* * Wo clip from tho Charleston Nac$ tJiOTol* lowing which vitally concerns our planters and all interested. Thc terms of Mr. JOSEPH .rc certainly fair enough and tho most accom modating of ?ny yot offered. Our agrionltu rel friendo would do well to look into thia matter and try and obtain their quantum of laborers for this distriot by January. TUK ClIINKSE KNOCKINQ AT 0URD00R8 -AN EM id RANT ACIKNT 13 ouu MIDST. Tbc ?bsorbiug interest felt iu tho coolie ques tion throughout thc South was plainly shown at thc Memphis Convention, and immcdiato stops wero then taken to sccuro tho services of such valuable laborers. In tho meantime j California has not been idle, and as Sau Francisco Will bo tho probable port of entry, her citizens aro alrerdy stirring in the mutter. Mr. Joooph, a nativo of Charleston, but for tho past twenty-one years a resident of Culi furnia, 'is now in thi...

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