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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 27 August 1869

TOI l(p)Ml01t?a W. C. KEITH, Editor. WHITNER SYMMES, xAsBOoiato. H.YOUNO- <$& OO., ? lOI'IlIETORS. TE RMS.-For Subscription, TWO DOL LARS per annum strictly in advance; for si months, One Dollar. tSgg^Advcrtisements inserted at $1 jeer square /or ; ah lines or less for the ?rst insertion, and GO cents for each subsequent insertion. JCSJ* Obituary Notices exceeding five lines, Trib utes of^Respcct, Communications of a personal ?haractor, and Announcements of Candidates, viii ?# chary cd for as advertisements K3F*Job Printing neatly and cheaply execute, Jf?&* Payment can bemqdc in currency, or in pro vision at the market rates. ?@f" Necessity compels us to adhere strictly to '.tbs requirement of cash payment. WALHALLA, S. C.: Friday Heming, August 27, I860 Attention is called to various Now Advortitoments which appear ia this paper. In Now York, on the 28d inst., Cot ton was worth 85 cents por pound. Cold, 82 Corn is now selling in Walhalla, by retail at $1.75 per bushel, a...

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. — 27 August 1869

*?t-Tir^\-rrT^rt~?i?mw tri?- nea ? ? ajgaal . VALUABLE BEAL ESTATE FOliSALE. ?WH.L SELL to tho highest bidder, before tlio Market IIouso door, in Ibo town of Walhalla, ?on Saloday in September noxt, tho following tracts ' ?Bf Land, belonging to tko Estato of Eli Cleveland, .deceased, viz : Traot No. 2, containing 239 acres, adjoining tracts Nos. 1 and 8, and F. M. Cleveland. Tract No. 8, containing 274 acre?, adjoining traot No. 2, J. W. Sanders, C. W. Hunt and A.' ?J. Lowery. TERMS OP SALE.-On a credit of ono, two .?and throo yoars, the purchase money to bo secured by noto, personal socurity, nud a mortgage of tko . prom ?HOS sold ? Ibo noto to bo drawn payablo iu '.bree equal minimi sucoeBsivo inaialmcnts, witb interest from dato, tf?if* Purobnsera to pay extra for titles, mort gage and, Btamps. 8?y* Plats aro ready for examination. Mr. E. IJ. Clovolaud,. on Tract No. 1, will give ull ucees '?Bary informatiou in regard totbese land?. S?y*Tbcso traci 8 lio convenient to tbo Rnil To...

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. — 27 August 1869

?Straws.;*. . -, -ZJLJZ: ITV , tettgaargafatt ?SwHgaf A JURYMAN'8 STOBT. s j . _ - , i j 1 Wo nod boon out twenty four boura, and stood cloven toouo, The baso was avery plain one-at least we elevon thought so. A murder of peculiar ntrooity had been committed, and though no oyo had witnessed the deed, circumstances pointed to the priso ner's guilt with unftdliug certainty/ The resonant juror had stood out from tho first. Ho acknowledged to cogency of proofs, confessed his inability to reconcile tho facts with defendant's innocence, and yet, on eve ry vote, went steadily for acquittal. His conduct was inexplicable. It could not result form n look of intelligoooo ; for, while ho spoke but little, his words woro woll "ohoson, and eviuoed n thorough understand ing. Though in tho primo of manhood, his locks wcro prematurely whito, and his faco woro n singularly sad sud thoughtful expression. Ho might be ono of those who entertained ecruples as to thc right to inflict tho death ponalty. Bu...

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. — 3 September 1869

'tm/j. np rr\ ri/ifi rp rp W I~ ri \y.jfl t L fill ? vV\# V IV f *ni ?3i ba? Nsatt t hmmm %r?tT^ : taff M rawrf tortttl ll t''M) ' ? 4 -1 IftlWJ : <i>V- ' <* 2> Mt'w? ?ICI? .?//1* ti **, mud it m**t /.U*?, BY-ROBERT YOUNG & CO. j ^?ygijjJlL ..!?':_.. 1..--1?.L.-'-J.'!..J.-.- J-j-j WALHALLA, S. C" FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1869 ?. the might dW day* em**** Mt ff*?? &# /??V fe ?*y *r<r#.M VOL. iv. ?..'..?.'NO. 47 VARIETY Equalize the laud Tax. 1 AA there scorns to bo no accessible legal relief from paying the tax imposed by the Board of Equalisation, taxpayers haye natu rally looked about for snothoa remedy. Own -ern of real estate, being principally interested, liare had their serious attention turned to 'tim subject. Thoy aro unable to see why ?tho more fact that their oapital is invested in Hand, m,iieh of it red clay gullies and light ' sandy'ridges, should throw tho bulk of taxa tion upon thom. The result is a growing couviotion that if this kind of property is s...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 3 September 1869

\ll!.l!'.? J"".?r ?}1~:''""-r:- ""; ''' -^"y*?"--*--* ~~ f TOI mwm Jlia W. C. KEITH, Editor. WHITNER SYMMES, Assooiate. OR,. YOTJTTSrGr- <&> ^^^^^-^r^L^ . TtiJlJrS.-Fvr. Subscription* TWOX^ Cfy LA?t$ per annum strictly in advance; for ti ?months, Ons 'Dollar. Advertisements inserted at $1 per square/or en lihes or less for the Jirst insertion, and 60 tents for each subsequent insertion. ti?* Obituary Notices exceeding Jive lines, 2W6 itt** of Respect, Communications of a personal character, and Antwunccmetits of Candidates, will be charged foras advertisements fi?* Job Printing *neatly and cheaply execute^ . Payment can be made in currency, or in pro ?vision at the market rates. \ 't&sSP' Necessity compel? us to adhere strictly to /the requirement of cash paymeitf. WALHALLA, S. C.: friday Morning, September 8, 1869? ?Qr. In Now York, on tho 30th ult., Cot^ ton was.Belling at 86 cents per pound. Gold,' If yeo wont nice, fitting, well made .boots or shoos, and of tho bes...

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

1 nilli, iii riiiithii , mmimtm HMimt?i??tatmttltmi. IJ> i VALUABLE REAL ESTATE FOR SALE. _L (WILL SELL to tho higheBt .bidder, before, the Market House door, Tu tho tonn of Walhalla, JU Huleduy in Scptomhor noxt,'tho followingtraotB if Land, belonging to tho Estate of 1311Cloveland, deceased, vu: ? Traol No, 2. containing 289 acres, adjoining tracts Nos. 1 und il. und F. M. Cleveland. . Tract JSC. 8. containing 274 acres, adjoining trhot No. 2, J. W. Sanders. C. W. Hunt and A. \J. Lowery. TjillMS Ol' SALE.-On a credit of oue, two (ind threo years, thc piii-chueo money to be secured hy noto, personal uoourity, and a mortgage of tho promises sold ; tho noto tobo drawn payable in threo ennui annual BUOCCSS?VO ina almonts, with interest from date. OQr Purchasers, to pay oxtra for titles, mort gage mid stamps. ?fc2r** Plats uro ready for examination. Mr. E. II. Cleveland, on Traci No. 1, will givo all acces sary information in regard lo those lauds. J6??JfvThese tracts lfo convenient...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 3 September 1869

tl-^:- ; ?a? Sud o? Four *3re$t Mem. Tho four conquerors who oooupy the most ipon?piououf? places in tho history of tho world aro Aloxaudor, Hannibal, Caesar, and Bona parte. Alexander, after having climbed tho dizzy height of his ambition, with his temples bound with ohaplets dipped in tho blood of I millions, looked upon the conquered world, j and wept that thore was no othor world for him to conquer, set a oity on Aro, and died in a soene of debauch. Hannibal, aftor -having, to the astonish mont and consternation of Homo, passed the Alps, and having put to flight tho armies of tho mistress of tho world and stripped "three bushels of gold rings from the ?ngors of her slaughtered knights," and mado hor founda tion quake, fled from his country, being huted by those who onoo exultingly united his namo to that of thoir God, and culled him Hanni. Baal; and died at last by poison administered by his own hand, unlamented and unwept in a foreign land. Oaosar, aftor having oonquered eight ...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 17 September 1869

lilil?. CM ike night the day, thon can'et not then he Jahc to any man.'* VOL. IV..NO. 33 O Ommuiiioations. CONSTITUTION p? TUE ? . Agricultural and Mechanical Society OF OCONEB COUNTY. ARTICLE I. Thia Sooiety shall bo known nnd designated aa tho " AGRICULTURAL AND MECHANICAL SOCIETY " of Oconco. AHT. II. Tiio objects of tho Society shall lae promotion and improvement of tho Agri cultural and Mcohauicul interest* of the HJounty. ART. III. Tho ofllccrs of tho Society shull 'Can&ifit of a Presidont, eight Vioc-Presidonts, ?ono from each Township ; Treasurer, Sec oetary, Corresponding S e c r o tary ; and au Skecutivo Committeo of Seven, of which ?the President, Secretary, and- <Jorrenpondiug iSeoretary, shall be cx-officto members. Three .ball constitute a quorum of the Executive Committee /ART. IV. At all thc meetings of tho Socio ?ty ?the President shall preside, preserve order, .-0*11 exercise tho usual duties of that oHice. All motions shall be addressed to him, and )ie shal...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 17 September 1869

?y^j|?jf>?<Miiiiii?iii ?i ina na, n II ,11 ? i ii t>i imm -' ' ? ? . i ? _ , W. C. KEITH, Editor, WHITNER SYMMES, Associate IR,. YOUNG- fe go., ^^^MS.-For Subscription, TWO DOL LARS per annum strictly in advance; for si months, One Dollar. Advertisements inserted at $1 per square for vn lines or less for tho first insertion, and 60 cents for each subsequent insertion. fSSg" Obituary Notices exceeding five Unas, 2W6 ttt. o of Jiespect, Communications of a personal character, and Announcements of Candidates, teilt ^ chargedforas advertisements XSTJob Printing neatly and cheaply erecutef ?6?a>- Payment oem bemads in currency, orin pro' ition at the market rates. "'$??0*Necessity compels tts to adhere strictly to' Hhs requirement of cash payment. WALHALLA, S. C.: Friday Morning, September 17, 1809 8t3k.In New York, on the 18tb instant, Cotton was quoted at 88*. Gold, 86|. ., jiar J. HENEY OBTENDORFF, of ow tow?, has sent us a spcoimeu of Sea Island Cotton, grown on his form ...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 17 September 1869

Two Weeks TNDUL01?NCE will bo grontod to porsons JL who uro indebted to us us Executors of E. E. Aio?ciVbd?r, docensod. WM. K. ALEXANDER,) p". . J. J. NORTON, . j hx 0X6 JSopt.O, 18C9_48_2 THE STATE OE SOUTH CAROLINA, OOONEB COUNTY-CITATION. WULULAS, Abel Robins hath nmdo suit to mc to ti?'1?nt him Letters of Administr?t ion upon 0|p l?stalo and effects of Wm. ll. Hogshcd, dco'd. These ar?.v therefore, to cito nnd ndmouish oil mid singular th? kindred And creditors of tho sold Wm. lt. Ilogahcd, dccco8cd, to bc and appear, boforo me, in tho Court of Prob ito, to bo held ot Walhal la, ?. C., on Salurduy, tho 18th of Septombor, 1869, ol 11 o'clock in tho forenoon, to show oauae, if any . they have, why tho eald Administration should not bo granted. Given uudcr my hand and seal, this ?th day of September, 18(59. RICHARD LEWIS, J.r-.o.o. THE STATE OE SOUTH CAROLINA, OCOSKK. COUNTY-CITATION. WHEREAS. J. H. Grout hath made suit to mo . to grant him letters of administration upon tho Estate...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 17 September 1869

m ~ ? " .1 !.. 'Na ? H^.mo". . (j ?/ joan BU'?'iNaa At-LONa nnANou Tho host description of this fashionable 'bathing placo, is that Of Josh Billings, h In bis letter ho nays : "Arrived, horojuat in time tow soo tho At-. lani.il; (hean, whioh ?snow on oxhibishuo and dowing 4 good bizzineas tow fall housoos. Took a bath oust, and was as tonishod to flud Hhe WfitM go sulturous ; iuquirod tho k$uz? cyr un intelligent natiff and ho informed me ne, ijic^?$are; I think tho cuss lied. ...Tl^p'r^, .ia ?bpnt ono hniulrod and sixty thousand butf mau bcing-i and other folks, horo now, as near HS I Jean git at it; I kuonted till I got tired, nu/1 thcni^ostiniutod. It is pcrfokly hem .Tenting tow seo' the foomailB herc in aearoh ov natutal pvotccktora. I kounted IG yesterday in.^^.pilcj, they awl sighed az I past bi theta, Vtth down?a?t oyoa. t felt sorry for thom' .but' ooulcJn^Uojp Jthota^for I ara thoroughly HpaajrU<ytnd,intoud tow romain so. Tjiereis, Iw? Dreqstes^horo, asoa breczo and a j...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 24 September 1869

" ? ?U*.? . . .. - *?++M?*4m*.*..?.*?'.-*''.? -.'-?--j,-- -- , ... " ..,\,,. udi --i? .o-? .w ott *l *?4v?-..<?i lo .?wtMi???<|leo4< J, . i? :VJ ?. ..i,., u"? '? ?.?."????'<' " ? ;*~ . ?"?> - 111? J 1 J'JJHIIHUl H? i --i un .? . ... _ ti'iviTraW S ' ^"'^ ^ ^'^ ''''^ ^'^^ ^ ' fl -ROBERT YOUNG & CO, , ; . .. . .?M???k, ? :.. WALHALLA, W^iWDAT, STOIBS 24, W Sl?- SSS *. _W-ttr~ v ? , il ?AL. !?JR#;?. ' J^.'. "^?Tr . ^ .'. '. ul ^wribloCatamUyT^',!; . JParticitlarg of the'Avondale^ 1 en\t?ylvqn\a "Wtaaeter-Thc Dead Ahners found , in i uh /i$9lt*'77'Ai(*WP?* of thc doomed qien to tave their lives-BuTW?d*M td%hiM>??$"Qatsc$ ?-.iTAe Scene ii? the Uttesm of thc Tho certainty of tho horrible fato'of tho minors nt Avondale, Pe., Was bpnoOhccd in tho dispatches yesterday.- Tho New York papers of iyesterday cori tai h a dd i lion ul dc tn i ta, fr?tb ?which tho following cxtraots orcmado. A correspondent of the il' New York Times," under dato of S?raotoni Pa., September 8, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 24 September 1869

,JWMimmsiejmmr Aomm: 7$satyal-m :?^f>s?ripti^, TWO ?lk? ?^wS'J$ en?**? slrhtfy ir^ut^ance%J?rs vwt)^t .Osu\Jhttms\v. ? ? g >M or /es?/or <A? fn?*t?ioh, ancf/WeAb ??** Obituary Nati*** ??WMJ J?V* /in*?, 7Vf6 ?te? of lien peet, Communications of a personal character, and Announcements of Candidates, will b* charged for as advertisement* . iGf" J?b Printing neatly and cheaply JXWfa Payment can bemadcin currency, of tn pro nto* nt the market rates. S?ty~ Necessity compels us to adhere str jetf^fa the requirement of cash payment. ' A\" "kbr Tu, New York,, on thZ 20th inst.,' V} "Mwn Wcmotedat29,v (told, ?Xi.; , y ??>.;<.. . 1 , . ,. . ',Ji?.i<*iii^jjg^ Wo lind a visit iq our sanctum yoster from M*> ? G. HERIOT, of Charleston,, ^?'^IQKB^IN? ^Travelling Agent of tho Equality Lufo insurance Company of Richmond,/Va... .?'^^ffob^W Of Dir?ot?rs and officers of tV^opn^-. ta p^tiny arc nmong tho moat prominent busiucsa u 1 ?ieti of /hat city, and its 8*-ooess veflcois great ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 24 September 1869

m orgjmUo ono ??w?rf^oh A^W^p'',^: [ !?JJ ???#?)i6 Town Mttttttgi*'A1 n><A)tiog ol' i ( OQueiff in g of flvo ) tYotn eh'c li Cl cb t hu? < ?Ul bo held at Ibo C.dirt ho le on, tin?, , i .i W I* Wemfcti?tp'olri*hW? Cen y$m$ .?uv ??tn j*.i; ^??jf 3 TKf ,u^W?lgnc?l havi pg potmanndly eatnbllshod Aotira Jhi?^^ Pffeip,? M* Professional .?...'W?xnytim s. o.vmw??' im, . A^t ?j 'MU? budtmw iijinuur ?ijt,Mi,tr' -. . ? Ul .'.A?tl Mi-J^L'^ 1 oc?- ''?' Hiv "f. ftW/^P?otWi^<i?f3?Hng? beb?a pn the.UM? wH^^^l^bpritA, Ifei;l8??f atFederail Court , ??O** ?n.Olmrleat.?n^ S,*3. j, and thal oil creditors, 8^<??^K^P>,i{ftPP?ar a? ?Id time add plaC?/and klfOTT.?aubo, *' pmytJr?f thoPetUlonoi triol, 8. C., lhe,4ihi dav pLOotoper, \?<i9, o>;|2 M. ,1 .nuhwiv b 'DANlfet, ?LtiE?k, ; Clerkofahts Dlsiript O?urtof thp UouedStales forSoilthCnrollttht.* u > q?pt. 2,. 16Q9I-. . " . In Bankruptcy. /?< thc,District Cuarto/ lae United States for 4ho District of South Carolina. . 'i ?* ? &l...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 24 September 1869

...y. HMniii ii.III jim 'no m wv xxi?am?k%t?A, To) 4Wp?bl<8hoe1tbd Vo??owioa from * ;{O%^0#d M *W*1M ?Mim of ito ?to tora ont: AAQ[ That Mrs. Sl&tes was lovely ia person, simple and oh i ld Uko in oharactor, all odmit. "'"'Snell [b%ao?^sre( -upi) ?.?1, grided Were she the degraded creature he has led the'Wbtfd to believe? t??r Sensibilit?s woolfl .A* npt' have remained so aouto that ?A* tfiet/ in . leis than two'years of a ' ^^^H^W?^jj'i?, ' Site was weak end cowardly,' I aa rai t. Aj/? a?bt|teae .defects wonldlhitre:?ild? heraaored .in the oyes of a manly mao, end : h# would have doue h is utmost to sh told her from ovil. !<<:;.!; ?Lot me depiot the few last hours io the life : of this injured womat). e*>la. Stung, it majr bo, by an Irresponsible feel ing of romorso, he pretends in the eyes of the world to4?aVe reBtoSred her to fa'tor. 1 will , 'not discuss the propriety of this kind of olop ..< ?took senti m ont. I speak of th? fact. She was placed in a handsome...

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

tx Te thine omi *elf le true, and it m?Ml f$lUmf ROBERT YOUNG & CO. WALHALLA, 8, C, FRIDAY, OCTOBER i, 186? VOL, IV,.Nt)! 5 ?j^m m \iiiijD gu tion?. FOR THE K KO WEE COURIER. .Air Line Railroad. In viow of tho interest tnkon by tho peoplo of Ooonoe, l'iokons, Groenvillo and Spartan Irurg Counties, for tho speedy construction of th? Air Lino Railroad, and tho dosiro to se onre the full benefit from its location through their commercial centres, I will answer a few .questions that ure being asked. Thc follow iug are tho questions : What will bc thu liability of tax, and what will be tho increase of tux on tho present as nees ment. To answer those questions I will tako" that of Ooouco, tho other Counties eau apply tho ? figuring : Tho County of Oconcc subscribes to tho ** capital stock of tho Air Line Railroad in the . ania of 3200,000. Tn doing this they issue the bonds of the County for thc $200,000 pay- ! ablo in twenty years. The interest on this ! will be $12.000 per year. Tho...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 1 October 1869

W. 0. KEITH, Editor, $ ? WHITNEY SYMMES, Ass<$>ljtto. J THU M S.-For Subscription, TW?^?OL^ LA Iii per ?union, strictly in advance; for si Months, t}ng. Dojlar. J??r Advertisements inserted at $1 per square fa' e*i lines on-less for th? first insertion, and ?>0 cents /or each subsequent insertion. ,. Q&f* Obituary /Votiert exceeding five IMs, Trib utes of Jlcxpsct, Communications of a personal character,' and Announcement* of Candidates, will t>t charged for as advertisements ?$??7* Job Printing neatly and cheaply execute, ?ggf* ?"dy'mcnt eau be made in currency,' or in pro inion at the market rafts. tSf?jr Necessity compels us to- adhors strictly to the requirement cf \oash payment. FidWy ^Morning, October 1, i860.. . IST" lu.Ncw York on tho 27t& ult., Cot? ton was quoted nt .20. : Gold, a?. Just From Hew York. In this issue Mr. CAUTER ouc of our mer chants advertises tho public of his late f uccess fui trip to th.e groot metropolis. Among oth er good news, ho r...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 1 October 1869

- .: T--??'.'?1 J ???^^rmmmma^m^mr? { Tho Hondoraon Land Salo. fc'ostpoucmcnt of Dinwliitf to ?c. ; comber as. Correspondence between the Proprietor and tho Commissioners. Messers liante UMl MhVrt, Commissioners Appointed by act of Kentucky Legislature : i OENTLKM** : I regret that I nm compelled to ask at your brinda a postponement of tho drawing of prizes iu tho Henderson County 'Ky.) Cana solo. 3 Although a g. oat many tickets hnvo been old, a sufficient number hnvo not beon disposed >f to justify mo a sale of my property without OHS to mc, unless I hold ibo unsold ticket?, whleh 1 du not intend to do. If you will givo mo until tho 28th doy of December ?8G0, I feel confident of disposing of nil tho tickets hy that timo. I um, gentlemen, very rospcctfnllv, WILLIAM MCCLAIN, HBNUERSON KV., Aug. 21, 1809. Reply of thc Commissioners. Tho undersigned, commissioners to manage thc Henderson Lund Salo, rcgrot to unnnunce \o tho public that n sufficient number nf tickets nave not boon d...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 1 October 1869

JIM. } -, Polmont A"d Antidotes,. TheJbllo,tflng list pf antidotes ato given os reti?ido in oases of poisoning, to whioh all ate itr danger of hoing subjected somo timo? j when, perhaps, no medical skill or experien ced tul vice is within reach. It would bo woll for every family to have something like this> whioh they can turn to ut a momcut's warn ings TH(? following oro somo of the more com mon poisons and tho" romcdies most likely to bo at hand in cases of need , Tho directions may be, old, but io cano you happon to get a goodjitrong dose of poison down, you will not objeoTto a oure cn rfocount >f age : A?io^?-^Thnso oauso great boat and a sen sation of burning pain from* tho mouth down to tho stomach. Rodedles-Magnesia, soda, pcarlash, or soap dissolved in wutor, then usc tho stomach pump or an emetic. Alkalies-Rest remedy is vinegar. Ammonia-Remedy, Iemou juico or vine .gar. Alcohol-First oleanso the stomach by an emetic, thon dash cold water on tho head, and ammonia (spi...

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. — 8 October 1869

liiiii*. i II.ijmmmmm^^ j.' fr?- --;r:" .. :^"vr"-y::..:. :_......._! _.^_ IBW^WMWMM?M^.,^^, ROBERT YOUNG & CO. WALHALLA, S, C, FRIDAY> OCTOBER 8, 1860 ililli"; '? < i . . ' ? m 0tt night the ?fay, thou ean'ei not ffien kt /cdt* to any matti'* SgggP m - , I -U.LL-UI H.i ? -i,.,.IV.nuu VOL. IV,.-NO. & Obmi?iiaiiioeLtioxxg?. VOR TUB K KOW KB COURIER. >? Futuro of the Mountains iir\ Editor :-VL\vinf> recently explored \he mountain region of your State and North Carolina, I trujt tint although I am not in \he habit of writiog for publie journals, you viril I purdon a brief report of my obs or vat ion 'of their ? inmenso value iu the future, wt?on develops 1 ?ni inhibited by capitalists and thrifty and exportenoed farmers. 1 will first ul lu io to the mountains of South karolina. lu my travel? I find but a very 'small are* of tho laud in cultivation nud tint imperfoot, yet I consider it far bottor tha? the lands remain in their wild stato, with their immense forets of...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
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