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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 8 October 1869

^.?M^WW^,- "^...y-._ T r".uB..| ""^ W. C. KEITH, Edito*. WHITNBR SYt?MES, ^y<;/?.)r&-T2v s*C?^/>, s. LARS per annum strictly in advance; for si\ months, One Dollar. Advertisements Inserted at $1 per ?guare/?r r;i lincs or less for the first ,'iisertion, and 60 cents /'or each subs?quent insertion. tf?g* Obituary Notices exceeding five Unes, %;ib H.'??* ?/ Respect, Communications of a persona! oharacler, and Announcements of Candidates, KW elt&tgcd for as advertisements SSW* Job Printing neatly and cheaply execute^ ?1 Payment can b?Ma^lein currency, or in pro ist?n at the vi ? r k 'el rates. W*&i&<Ni;vm?(y cornels ti? to adhere strictly te 4i%r?'J'lh'c''leni ?f ca>sh payment, ? ?.! -M Friday Morning, October 8, I860. Hfe- Attention is? ottlled to tho attractive ^^advertisement in another eduino oftPiopor & ^Lowery, ifc'w??? 6^c?Tc'*foT ird?lt: - ' Our readers will loam with great rO^ gfet that Dr. A. E. Normun, tho effioieot Postuiastor at Walhalla has...

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. — 8 October 1869

JjfST ARRIVED* ARRlVlNa 1&(J^ HE ?^EUSIONKD T AK ES THIS ?method ol' ipifprming tho trading publie that ho, l^nviTf 4ady.resolving* largo aud go?orul jf?tock of Fall and *?feint?r Goods .tarif otomVM? . ?4:T' ?r i i ? 1 rom New York, ^Ip?H HE HAS SELECTE!) IN PER pon, with spooinl caro to tho latest styles and .cheapest pri?es, for articles combining beaty .of tlnitdi. with durability of texture. U My .Stock comprisos every artiolC in the UNE USUALY KEPT IN THIS MAR ,, HARDWARE, IRON, BOOTS, SHOES AND HATS, QUEENS WARE, DYESTUFFS, &C. TTEMLOCK LEATHER--Tho best. Also, an assorted sopplv td the Nonpareil, .At! tiens, (Qa..) Yarn, always on band. My entire uti.ok baa hoon selected and pur ?chased ju the best markot in the country, and 'in quality nod prices will comparo favorably ?with any ?took in this section. Thanking tho ?pooplo for their pant lihorul patrouille, I res pectfully roquest them lo call and examine my ?tock before purchasing olsowhro, as I charge .nothing for ...

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. — 8 October 1869

?>^?rfflrv,*tr"^- -fr- ? mmamm 11 Bstter than Diamond*. T* i was standing tn the broad , crowded otreet of a large olly. It waa a oold winter's day. There had beeu rain ; and although the sun ra? then shinning brightly, yet the long ioi. olos hung from the eaves of the houses, and tho whoota rumbled loudly as thoy patted over tho frosen ground. There wain olear, bright look, and a oold? bracing foaling in the air, and a keen north-west wind, which quick ened every step. Just then a Hula child came running along-a poor, ill-clad child j her olothos were aoaot and threadbare ; aha I had no cloak and no shawl ; and har 1 itllo bare feet looked red and suffering. She could not hfp> been mr J than eight years old. She carried a bundle in her hand. Poor, Ht tie, shivering child 1 I) even I who could do i nothing else, pitied her. As sha paaaed ma, her foot slipped noon the ico, and aha fell, with n cry of pain ; but she held tba bundle tightly in her hand, and jumping up, although s...

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. — 15 October 1869

mn ; ) mm en the night the dety, thou can^st not then he jahe to tiny tnan." ROBERT YOUNG & CO. WALHALLA, S. C, FRIMY, OCTOBER 15, 1869 VOL. V..-NO. ?* V" .A. Art I E T V . Pendleton. Appearance of thc Village-Hrtter 1 iws .coming- Witter*Power-The Pendleton Cot >ton Factory- JJ ig Dividend*-An Interesting Legend-A word to Travellers. PKNDWRTON, S 0., September 28.-Tt .oannot bo said that Pendleton is thriving in aippeaf?noo, for tho only new structure in tho Village isa cotton gin and press, completed a ?day or two ago. Thc streets are not as well .paved S3 they might be, nor arc tho houses ns outwardly frosh as piint und poneo could inuko thom ; but ehunging times have not tukon away from tho villano the pure clastic air, nor havo they deprived thc Blue Ridge ?of ono wh.it of their solemn, or tender beauty. M ooh of' tho so doty which made this ono .of tho pleas intest neighborhoods in the State atilt romains, and tho seaboard is represented by several proud lent families. ...

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. — 15 October 1869

TOIjoi)ujprMu WHITNER SYMMES, Associate. LARS per annum strnctli in fyv?nce; Efoi? wi month?, 0\* poliah " ] BL r^r^4d??^wtf.'/i?H?* rt?^t^ar ?^mVt' fa eu tines or lesa for Ute /tent insertion, and GO cents -for each subsequent insertion, j Obituary Notices exceeding jive lints, Trib uns of Respect, Communications of a personal tharacter, and Announcements vf Candidates, will bo charged foras cnlvertitcmciUs Q? ?*' >?'.. w ' ' ??*</o6 Printing neatly and cheaply execute, ' Payment can be made in currency, or in pro- I i?(on, at. ^ jnarlt0t- mrm*"'"''" "Y* "~ ^ ' Necessity compels unto adhere strictly to th? rs'q.ujiremft?t q/\*%?h payment. Friday Mering, ftctoW lfl , 186fr,-, r. SST lu Now York, .OD ?tho lltli^nsa'nt, Cotton was quoted ar 26^i Q>pR 80* .ditto* o^W^-S?" . f??t* Aujo?g ,tlp3 list of Executive appoint ments we nofioo.thc nomos of W? \V. Watson^ , os a magistrate for QooapoiOouiity a?d C. P/J Brysou of Yv^ulh?lUi U.Notary Pu?ho. ?M J ' .., - -^*?rrh-. '.. ' n i...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 15 October 1869

hnxioli8'i)iaij ^o.ieubjoob shall be fully dhi ?cu8?e<^ ftejforo tho pooploji Will bo it'Vh?'p|nce8 'below mentioned to-moot! all ' jntorcaifd in, .("(and who is not interested'^ith'p'r.'for or' ?against ?) tho undertaking, whero they hope , ?to mdei all the citizens, .in/n. fuU, free and .iViclrdpy discussion : -At fegh Fells, on. Friday Ifllh IhWtaiit; . i ,V Pcrryvillc, " Saturday \Qli\ , ? ?' Wfillinlln Mondiiy' 1st jtfo.vV nAnd in each Township on Saturday, ?hu 30th iduybf October, instiitiVi Mt tho points* to be designated by the ...ftoledtnion: fori holding ?W?ffltyft^ (W t-iiun d;ty ju. refcronco to the ; Bf TA?O, R?i|roi?d. Let nil attend. ywlflfHW 1 .! .1 td OUR GOODS OT?a..r... ......v. - ^poft-; ! >; - A' ll tv \'U\V ready for distribua jon, Tho l'\ .. cn of g.'jn.ls.?T UKI1 AIL ip the -liront ?'...tm??? rpjfloto and fall,und of every ounce! V i r.nlc sl\und pr?.:t'.' ^ , ,? ? Y .( I .?ur Shawl axid Clonk Department ? -l>rC'*?:nts some raro at tractions in price...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 15 October 1869

MISOEH/L-A. IST TT. Tho Oldest City in the World. Damascus is tho oldest oity io the world. Tyro ?nd Sidon havo crumblod QO the shore: Baiilbooj ii iJrutyf'PflQtyrj i?? buried in/*fc desert'j'Nineveh and Babylon havo disap peared from tho Tigris and Euphrates. Da ni as?tis remains whut it was bolero tho d?ys of Abraham-a coutre of trude aud travel un island cf vorduro iu tho desert-'a presi dential capital,' with martial and sacred asso ciations extruding through thirty centuries, ?t yr ?s near D un ISQUS thut Saul of Tarsus saw tho light above the brightness of tho san; tho street which is calied Strait, in whioh it was said 'ho prayed,' still runs through the city. Tho cavaran cones and goes as it did a thousand years ago, there is still tho sheik, the ass, f.nd tho water wheel, tho morohauts of tho Euphrates and the Mediterranean still occupy.thoso 'with tho multitude of their wares.' The city which Mahomet surveyed from a neighboring height, and was afraid to oator, 'becauao it ...

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

, Pl ? ? I vr^rr^""'li":,:".i" to pata | / i. /I wi ./v / i i * .> ?.o\ ? P > ? i ?. Tb ta?ae ?wu .?(/* be trw, mnd 4t *%%t folle*t ' j" noT??T? fry i J*?: i :. , * I 9 ti?*! #6 IJM ?W ?ky, <(U? a*?'* ?O? fR**c ?? /alw an "IT ROBERT YOUNG & CO. " > v .,.,!i,,?", ?,, .j...... WALUAtU, S,J?KIMAOCTOBER tt^fM' TOL. V.-NO. 2 \ t ff V ARIETY. The Aotlon of Virginia Th? now legislature of Virginia, we aro told, have adopted tho fifteenth amendment -adopted it not boonuao they liku it, but be cause thu faith of the miodossful pn'ty Was \horoto pledged Till? is Well, slid no rca .enable man will find cause to criticise oo thia toooaot tho conduct of tho "Old Dominion." tb thia respcot, Virginia wisely yielded to thc forooof Clrou.ristinoos; and tn ?do an hon orable ?Urronder to potfer and for?a, As a Writer in De time's Review has well said : "Virgiui* canina) be charged With any dereliction of honor. Har battle fields and her cemeteries attest her fidelity to principles. Her...

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. — 22 October 1869

fi.iiiS per a mi icu striet/y in advance,' for si month*, One Dollar. ?1 'AJSHF-AJuerti-Wiients inserted at $1 ps? to,.np*fet ea linos or less for the fest insertion, and 60 cents fot each subsequent insertion. Obituary Notices e*l?edtfi$* fik Hil?Sf.f?b* ules of Respect, Communications of a personal character, and Announcements of Candidates, will faeJuuyed for etsmhsriisemmH^ i*??n?Bitf J&ST'Job Prinlimj. nearly and cheaply execute, ( JSSGpfatymdnttca*??huide in currency, orin pro tJ^^Ne^ssuy edinpels ?* to adt^sre^ plrjcify to Hhs^?qivriin^it^f-'c^ih^ayn^?^. ,. I WALHALLA. S/C.: 1 i Friday .Morning, ' ??tobe* lg ? |jgj?j , . ?Qy- In New \orky on ino i8iU instant, Cotton was quoted ot 26}. . Goldy 80s, .. 5?.il iii r tpa* **yyT?r <_- jil ?65* The Teturn'dfly for '.Ooon?o County . trill bo W?u wosu?y ? n?* 27th instant. Court week begin? ob Mo?daVthp 8tb .pro^iuio/,m 1 . 7?; >..(p.-(k>U?a-wV.>> b ' H Tho i President of;- the United States bas issued a proclamatio...

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. — 22 October 1869

' ?Public I Msc fission* : ". "?x.ioua th?t tho; subject s?mil bo fui ly tfk\ ouss?d before tho pooplo, will bo nt ?li? piales* below*. nioBtiono*d to' moot wlli-faMroafod"- lnT (e*d WI?O-'IB O'ot'' Int?V?t?i?d^'bi?hVft- fW'tffc ogainstft tho undertaking," IMi^HnW ^ ffloJQj tho citiy.ens ld^[fMM^Sfi *?K'D?j)y,<l?BpU8S?OU : fiif,,U?V? A At.Hjglt Falls, on Friday ?5th/instant; / "?IVrJrvJilc, " Saturdny^lOtl? ?? > " ^VSnihsfja Mond?iy lpt ?6vV ' '? '\ And in^ot?h Township on Siiturdvy ?h?^Cth d?lyVf October, instant, at tho pointy'to be designated hy tho Sclectiuop for ?holding tp.cotings on that day in rofprenoa. to the ] Air Linc Railroad. Lot ali .attend.- A j Ocu?th^iaoo:^ .H mu tx td t i t i?K li^iM^hi WC iio ?TiTboTi o?? | ? l;FOR.? . I na .('.| v ???E NOW ready, for. distribution. .Tho stock of goods AT RJBTAIk in tho ?front Storo is replete and full, und ujf pvory poncciv- j aldo style and price. , ?^P^Sfl Cloa^ Department Fi'OSOntssoiiio rare attractions in prices and 0...

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. — 22 October 1869

Vi waat to say suouhing. i'W^? '4 ???WM?** <?b Wttf&W ft* HH^teA fertUlieK'iM3 "v>: . R^tWtmilk, sour.mjlk, . skim milk, batt??' fe- luilk. ftfld^be usiljV, of buata? kiodj WMW? bat the mostest best milk is the milk mr$b >^*ont ln0 Dest for butu'r. ' I if .'.Milk ?K spontaneous, and has dono mor? to ( eaoour.igo the growth pf human, fo^ks then ' ! ^My ^r |ikw|d.' _ Hllk ts laotonl ; it ie also scquatio whtl* under tho patronage of milk veudor?. t> ll '"?Jilkis tfte#&^ ba? I no vcr been solved yet.- ; ? H ftavVlna K>|^i|k is also another name forhumtta kind i - M'TSV * i , i j ? .-, . .i?t??.?.?;?.-? /.>?"-, I Milk and bread is a ploasant raittnr. . *, a? .fc-ihy.not.imos if milk is aloud 1 to ?Und too ! j lon ti, a Roiim rises to the eur face, which ia ; I apt ib l?Mo fokW tbirHve'ib oities, bat it ! j dussent follor that tho milk iz nasty. This hf,she country. .ain9?e*?/i.jfai t>V! .nil VJ J ion? ? J Krome is tho parent bv hotter, ?nd btittcr ?f, 'iviO ...

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. — 29 October 1869

lilil?. CM ike night the day, thon can'et not then he Jahc to any man.'* VOL. IV..NO. 33 O o m m -a ii i o a tio n s . Air Line Railroad. Keoxoec Courier: Tho only question made, in tho canvass for tho subscription of Stock, by the County, to this road, io, an to the liability of tax. The appeal ia made by the opponents, that tho ** poor widow and orphan " will bo imposed upon. Thin ia, indeed, a most pathctio appeal to the finer fooling and sympathy of our nature. Wo o>i h hot-if wo would-resift it; it is impossible ; we must know how wo act. The subject is too grave to pt*i it by lightly, with only an interest fur tho County, oursolvos, ?nd future generations, involved in thc mat tor. In niHworin-' this question, I will ask a fow : If the poor *ddow and orphan be poor, h?w much tax would they pay? Is the poor widow ond orphan oppressed by an enter prise that ?rjyias and remunerate* labor ? D ies tho onoour:i<j;mn"nt elven to industry and rn provement. of ? country by a railr...

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. — 29 October 1869

W C Kf?ITH, Editor. W??trtfSa Assooiate. Fitonti?TOBi. , j THUM*.-For Subwrtption. TWO DOL \ IjAtlS per nanum strictly in advance; for ti . * months. One Dollar, (f?g* Alcerthemcuts inserted at $1 p?r square for en Hilst or tesl fop the first Insertion, ow<^60 cetus for each tnbtequctt insertion. Obituary Notices exceeding Jive linet, 7W6 ?.'<.. of Respect. Cwmttht cations of a pertonal character, and Announcements of Candidates, %sill be charged for as advertisements , Job Printing neatly and cheaply execule% f&ff- Pigment can be made in currency, orin pro inion at the market rates. .Vecsssity compels ns to adhere strictly to thc requirement of cash payment. ~~ WA LU A LL A, S. C. t, ? Friday Morning,'Ootober 29, 1860 " lu New York; on the 25th instant, fe Cotton wu* quoted et 26*. Qold, 80?J. BQr Tho elections in Pennsylvania and Ohio havoYcnilted in the dofe?t of the Dem ocratic candidatos. &dr Tho communication of "Eunicnean" .\ oame too lute for thia issue, but wi...

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. — 29 October 1869

_ _u_J?\_ IA NOE, CA KY & NORTON, Al TBK v OLD STAND NORTH OF WKST TNMON, tljfter to tliei?' fnt-iids and the public, great ba iv j gains ia WRY GOODS, GUOCK1UES&* ' selected for the Fall and Winter Trade, at pi ices to suit the times. Our Fancy ??ootls E>epartment has been replenished with the latent styles of dress goods for ladies and gentleinens' ware, STAPLE DRY ?O?DS, WOOLENS, 110SIEY; CLOVES. NOTIONS. AO. ALSO. A LARGE peloetion of Fntd>i<muhlo lint*, li.nus and Shoe*1. ?'1 ldc best qua Illy ever offered in thin market. Ludio* Olonk* und Sl.awR, &o. Our ?tock of 0 meerie-? is oom plot e in every Une, comprising Muscovado, Portorice and Refined, MOJUSPC* of every |?;ru<le; Tenn, a gond assortment, and also, a Choico selection 6( Cuifeo?, Prime ?uni Common, Kin. Java. La guy ra, &?. AIHO no assortment of Cm foot iona f ir the Ladina And Children. A ?'md Stock of ('-rookery waro. Hardware, Castings, linn, Farm Tools, Powder, Sliot and Leild, and any 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. — 29 October 1869

Seven Sins. . t, Refusing lo take your own oouoty ? Jv*. I fft?. Taking H jv por nm! then not paying for \ i\- 7v.J. r.dvortbving. H -i. Ci J lt in g -narricd ont! forgetting tho ?Jviplur. j BKKM Ashing newspapers to publish matter ? : h.il i.! for your own benefit witliout rcniu "At.liotl. I j ?. Reading copy on n compositors'easo. p\ Never pitying your subscription until Republisher goos to the trouble of askiug e it. ll Vjf f C' ^^ 0i' AottlCULTURAL EXPERIENCE. il W-l. All .toila uro bonofittod by b eing under ^ f|riined, but tho benefit is moro nppiiront nod ^.1/isting iu thosoof a olayoy nature, or having (if Mu subsoil retentive of moisture. '] 2. After drniungo, subsoiling and good eui [ liv itionwo necessary to ensure good orops on j hciuiy soils. ?o 5;. Linio ?J tho best munuro to supply I ft? y*'? s0''8, H ro,,dcrs thom more per , i vioMs to light and heat, and tuso oorreots their - 'icidity, by bombinthg with somo of tho chemi OJI satt? iii the soil, making plaut food of ...

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. — 5 November 1869

' k I if ?'/ ' ! ( "" ?~--- y--'. --Jf^uiJXLW-efts I ,-i.jj.ji?-a-L'ji-u-UL-j-jji.agaa a - j- " to ?AtH? *w? *(/ .V, true, and ii muH followt a? the .night the day, thou ?rn'H not, then be Jalee io any man.'* . i i i 1 1 . 1 . ui-....' .1 . ..i.... .? -?'? --' LJ-?j?j ! ?!?..? i.. .i . ! .; j.t il i i i i mi.__Li_i ''J _ ' . ' ' ! _ ' " ? " '?[''?? ''. _ ROBERT YOUNG & CO. WALHALLA, S. C., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1889 ' ~ ~~- ~ "_VOL. V-.NO jpr?fessional O eur d.s. JOSEPH J. NORTON, ^.fet?-tiie^*a,'b Law, WlVJlAfiLA, ?. V. AH bueincss for 'Piokcns County left witt J. E. UAGOOD, ESQ., Fl?ftKIV8 C. M., 'WILL BE PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO Octobor 20. 1808 4 , tf J. P. UK KD. 1 ( W. C. KEITH. Anderson C. II.} \ Wulbulla. MFA) & K li ! ll, ATTORNEYS AT LAW Afin Soli.oit.ors in ISqvirty-, Have renewed their Co-partnership in the prac tice of Law, and extended it to all Civil and Criminal business in the Counties of Goonoo ?nd Pickeua. ALSO. AM. UKRINEflS IN MIC UNITED STATE? COURTS. MT* Off...

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. — 5 November 1869

NB W. C. KEITH, Editor. V/it ITN ER SY MMES? Asoc?ate X^. "YOXJ?<rGh <5z> CO., PROPRIETORS. '/' /.; /? itf/S.-2-V S?6.?W^???, ?'JfO DOI? J, A It S per annum strictly in advance ; for six moults, One Dollar* Cfc^* Advertisements, vd $1 per square for ten lines or less for the first insertion, amt 00 cent? Jor each subsequent insertion. tiffi* Obiuary Notices exceeding five lines, 2VitV. ates of ltespecl, Communicutions of a personal character, and Announcements of Candidates, will be charged for as advertisement!. .* J*$3y* Job Printing neatly and cheaply executed tiffi* Necessity compels us to adhere strictly to the requirement' of o as h payment. WALHALLA, S. C.: Friday Morning, November ?, 1889 ?W Cotton in Now York, 1st instant, 2?L Gold, 28 to 20. _ Court For Oconee County begins on Monday the 8th instant. Thero is, fortunately for the people, but little business on either side of tho court. Tho criminal docket contains six traverses and there is but ten new criminal ea...

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. — 5 November 1869

NANCE, CAM & NORTON, ,\ AT THE OLD STAND NOBTI? OF W!$?; OT|L Offer to. their friends and thc.J||)i^.bf?c> ? great b?r / gains in ip.tJ3?3E DRY GOODS, GROCTM?&?! selected fqr the F?ll and Winter Trade, at prices to suit the times. O ur Fancy Goods Department has been replenished with the latest styles o? dress goods for ladies and gentlemens' ware, .ST AP LR DRY GOODS, WOOLENS, 1I0SIEY, GLOVES, NOTIONS, &C. ALSO. A LARGE selection of Fashionable Hats. Boots and Shoes, of tho bost quality evor offered iu this market Ladies Clonks and Shaw?, eec. Our stock of Groceries is complote in ovory line, comprising Muscovado, Portorico and Refined Molasses bf overt grade; Tone, a good assortment, and also, a Choice selection of Coifeos, Prim? ?nd Common, Rio. Java. Luguyru. &o. Also an assortment of Confections for tho Ladies end Children. A good Stock of Cro.okory ware, Hardware, pasting?, Iron, Farm Toole, Powder, Shot and Lead, and any and everj thing to supply thc wants ...

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. — 5 November 1869

? ?? . POET The Old Turnpike. "We bear no more tho flanging hoof^ f - , And Iii? Hinge OO^ohJreUltag ^ rj ]/\ For tho steam king rulea the trato! v?6tW, j And thc old pike's left lo die'. The grass oreeps o'er the flinty path. , And tho stealthy daises ?teal. , , . Whero onca the st ugo horse, day by flj^, \ lt Lifted his Iron heel. '?- V? ' . - V v No mero the weary stager dreads r The toll of the coining toort \t N j No mme thc bustling landlord runs ' At the sound ef the etclioelrig hort ; i For the dust Ilea sslll upon the road, - i . i Vt \ And the bi lght-?ycd children play Where once tho cluttering hoof and wheel Rattled along tho way. .' No more wo hear the emoking whip .A And the strong wheels' rumbling soundf > And nh ! ibo waler drives uti OB/ cV I And an iron horse is found 1 []?!/< I The couch st andu rusting in th? yard, Tho horso has sought the plow ; ' We have ?punned the world with an Iron rail, And the ateam king rules us now. The old turnpike la a pike no mo...

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. — 12 November 1869

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