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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 13 August 1859

- ??-?? ?? ? ? ^ ^ ^ ^ ????"?' ? ???"?? ? "TO THINK OWN SKIjF ju: TllUE, AND IT Mt'NT FOLLOW, AS TJIE NIGHT Til!'. DAY. TIIOI- CAN'S!' NOT THEN 1!K FALSE TO ANY MAN." HY UOH'T. A. THOMPSON. PICKENS COlHiT 11.0USE, S. C. SATURDAY, AUGUST 13, IWI), VOL? XI. NO. y $lE"LSOTE!D IPOETI^Y- ' The Motherless. 1 431 (j<vl help mill sIlit'M the iHOtliorlos*, The stricken. bleeding ilovc? \ tin 1'or w'liom tlioi'6 gHsho* mx vieh fount J iUi Of deep iiiul deathless love : I Tho saddest title grief ctml'ei s, i | , I'oi' who so sit-1 us tlicy. Upon wIiopo putiifi not Iter's love l'1' Sheds not its holy ray? i lilt No gcnlle forin.nbovfc tliom hernia j To soothe tlio eoueli of pain? * No voiec ncl 1on<\ nsj her's essays ? To calm tlie fcvori*h br.iin. pit Oh, oilier tongues miiy whisper love, no lu ucecutM fiol'i iiudinild, ()jI'm none on earth so pure as I lint . A mother beard a child. ( j1 ot .1 ii?l^rc kindly of iho motherless? ; (o A weary lot is t heir's, I And oft the heart the en ves...

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 1859

KEOWER ('OILIER. ae=_-.- ;t. - - . - . ? I ROBT. A. THOMPSON. 3' liter. THIS MS.?per nimiini. in iitJvunee. If I phYinvnt lie loliiyt"! until after tlit* expiration of j Mir voir. For six montlis, 7"> cents, in iwlfitttvc. Advertisement* inserted ?t the unnnl rules. | lMCKKXS C. H., S. C.: Saturday Morning, Arignst 13, 1859. A few Words by the Way. To our brethren of tlic |ire^, vrlto Iinve so kiiiilly niul compliment itrily welcoincl our prosperous entrance upouilic eleventh volume of tliis journal, we temlor mir Imm iv -tii. the assurance that they occupy a high place in , our rog.ivtl and esteem. To those friends who have, within the lust , month, added largely to our subscription list( j and to others who have long, generously, an.l | wnrmly support oil us, we nre truly thankful. In I fact, a steady increase in tho patronage of the 1 paper has continued since our connection with it. With a large subscription list, the columns j of the CorniKB arc tendered to advertisers, with...

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 1859

K ROWER COUllRH. ROB'T. A. THOMPSON, r. '.itor. TKIMIS.?,<|1.oil per iiiiiiiirn. in mlvnnee. If i p.'iViiHMit ho ?l?*l;!_> <*?I until nflcr tin* expiration of | *lio your. $2.UU For .?ix month:*, 7-? cent.*, in 8*1 VHilve. .Wlveitiioinenl" in<?erle<l ni the iixmii rate*. j riCKKXS C. II., S. C.: Saturday Morning, Attgnst 13, 1859. A few Words by the Way. To our brethren of I lie press, who have so : kindly mill coinplitnentiwily vrelcotnod our prosperou* entrance upon the eleventh volume of this journal, we lender our heiirty thanks. with the nssurnnee that they occupy a high place in our regard and esteem. To those friends who have, within the last , month, added largely to our subscription listf and to others who have long, generously, ami warmly supported us. wenre truly thankful. In fact, a steady Increase in the patronage of the 1 paper has continued since our connection with it. >v?tl? a largo subscription list. ?'?c columns 1 of tho PorRiBR !irc tendered 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. — 13 August 1859

! Glance at the Past?Battles in Europe At ? mutter of interest, nt j?rch?ntt we ive the following result of diypcrute 1> ?tIcb fought in Europe since 1H1U : On th?> heights, four miles from S?1hiifmen, in Spain, tluvKnglish and Spaniards indcr Wellington, totally defeated the j 'Ycneh under Maruiont, on tlu> li'id of! Inly, is 12. The allies lost 5,000 men and he Fr?n<h 10,000. At the battle of Snio]chsl<i, in Russia, n 181 Z, the I'rench loss was 17,000, and .hut of the Hushians 10.000. At Horodiua, on the 7th September, was fought a desjvelate battle bet ween the Hus Many ami Kiench. The Kruiieli tort in killi J and wounded, aifd prisoners, s\0,000 ; . nna tin1 Hussians about the same number, j Tbf survivors of the I'renoh army, from the IiUFsian eanipai?;tiuwere not mure than '55, I UUO; out of an ariny of f?00,000 men. At I.ut/.on, in Ikiissian Saxony, Oil tin* 2d of May, IKItt, tlio allied l?us.-ian and 1'itisshin forces were defeated by tho French under Napoleon...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 13 August 1859

^Glance at the Past?Battles in European a matter of interest, at .present, we t^yr the following result of desperate b:?tIe? fought in Europ? since 1812 : 0" tli<^ heights, four miles from Sala- 1 iivdiea, in Spiiin^tlie lCnglish and Spaniards uridor Wellington, totally defeated the j J'ronch under Mnririont, on tho* li'id of! July, 1 IS 12. Tlie uHies lost 5,000 men and the Frem-h 1(5,000. . At tlie battle of Smolensk*!, in 'Russia, 1 ill 1X12, the French lot's \r;ts 17,0.00, 'Jtid thut of tin* Kusnians 10.000. 'At Horodimi, on tho 7th September, was fuu-rht n desperate battlehotween the Hus hiiins and I'leneli. The French lust in killid :md wounded, snfd prisoners, iS0,000: mid the Hussiiuis t>hout the sumo uuuibct* > The survivors of the French nriny, from the jlussi;.n ctinipiii?nuwcrc not more than JJ5, i 0U0; out of mi army of fi00,000 men. At Imtzen, in llussian Saxony, on the 2<1 of May, tlio allied I'uis.-ian ami I'russiiMi t'oroesworo defeated by the French Und...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 13 August 1859

FOETRV. * :V: The Mtiklon's Prayer. uv .1. <i. wiiittikJIi Slit* ruffe from her l??lrf'ccp. .\ill | 11r inv.iv the soft lirow n hail*, A in) in ii r?mo us 1 iw un?l deep A? love's lirsi >vIi?s;?? ! In cut lies a |>rnycr ; llcr snow white hands iKjti'lkoi' pressed, I lor blue eyus sheltered in the lid, 'J'llC folded lilll'll Oil IllT lll'CIIHl, .1 ist swelling with the charms it hid. An I from her mid flowing ilrenn Kseaped a l>;ire snowy foot. Whoso ."lop upon Ilio enrlli ?.lirl pre** I.ike a pure snow tlaiie. and nintej And then from sIiiioIk-ih, soft and warm, I.ike a young spirit, fresh from heaven, 8he Iio.wuU iIimI li^lit ami inatehless form n<I luiinl>!y prayed In be forgiven. ()l>. (I<?1! if souls unsoiled as these Need daily merry from lliy tlirono? If she 11 ]* ui her bended knee, Our lioliesi iind onr purest one, Sliewit.li n fare so clear and bright t Wo tlspin li?*ir some j?tray rliiM of liplit ; ! If sire, with those soft eyes ami tears, l)av ul'...

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 1859

? ? ? ? '^V ^'*^'' 1 ? ? ~ T r" T V ' * V . ? . :: TO THIN!'. OWN SF.I.F |H' Tr.rK, AND IT Ml'ST FOLLOW, AS Till? NIOIIT THK DAY. TllOl) CANST NOT TIIIJN Hi: FALNB TO ANV MAN." n?.. ^ - r ; j -. . cv . ;.} vr - . '... . - . ; - -:~ -i." - ' - - ? - - - ?' :; ' 1 ' - -' "- -V- .i :**4S0f- -?- ' ' - U vi -._ - .. .- - \ -is iters: Jk' aac * r BY RORT. A. THOMPSON. * PICKENS C0U11T HOUSE, S. C. SATURDAY, AUGUST !2(Vj l&VJ. VOL. XI. -NO. 4. . ; ; ; * A . ?21EOTTIED P?ETOy, I From the (Culnnihia) Cuiirtint. Fignora Fortuna. iiv* now xuii n. cai.iiwki.i., Ksy. 1 stole into I lie darkened mom, Miilher and child were sleeping there; Long, silken lushes closed to rest. I'ear hands up?ju each swelling breast? ?Siiijles heaniing on bath laces Oiir: The face that won my heart in youth, And kei>t it hy her lilc-hnia truth. Ami hers?that blessinjr lately given, 1 it pn in <111 * I m:; ii v anxious d;?ubl? In whose.blue ofli? this ilark world scorns To nil" uew-robed in beauteous beams l...

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. — 20 August 1859

k ivo w !<: K-r o y it i Kit. ROBT. A. THOMPSON, Editor. Tl'.ISM/t. jier annum, in liiivuneo. If ^iviiKMii be until al'tiM-1 lie expiration of , ?bf yo.?r. $2.00 Kor six months, 7 ? cents, in u-lvmice. A IviM'tiiM'tiuMit.* injKMteil sit tlir tjuml rate?. P1CKK.VS 0. II., S. C.: Saturday Morning, August 23, 1850. To Correspondents. We have received an announcement fur 1 (Mcrk. unaccompanied by a responsible name or the " neeilful," to the amount of $3. . In* der our rule, it cannot appear. An article, signed " C. lies over under tlio same disability. A communication, on the subject of that " Ilard Case" in jail, l!) inadmissible, bec.iusc :? : It 13 ?* * ? The State Census Again. Mr. Hunt, tin; deputy Secretary of State, l bus furnished the (iimnlntn with a complete j return of tlie State census, except from two parishes. The total wltite population of the State is .">01.1 12. living an increase of 2.1.727 Mince 1S4'.>. He communicates tlic additional information, that in I?...

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. — 20 August 1859

The Wonders of InventionsAmong the thousmtd marvelous inven-, tions which American genius ljna produced, , within tlic hist few years, arc the following , compiled in nil abstract from the Patent Ollioo Kepprt. Head them over, and then ; say if yon can, that thore is nothing new < under the sun. j T!io report explains the principle of the ! celebrated Ilobb lock. Its " unpickubili-1 ty" depends upon a secondary or false Set l ?if tumblers, which prevent instrument* used in picking, from reaching the ones. Moreover the lock is powder-proof, lilid may bo loaded through (lie keydiole mid fired oil (ill the burglar is tired of his fruitless work, or tears that the explosions j will bring to view his experiments more ; witnesses than he desires. Doors and shutters have been patented-) thn( cannot be broken through with either pick or sledgodiiininier. Tin; burglar's oc- J cupation'K goiio. A harpoon is described which nnikes the ! whale kill himself. Tho more lie pulls the | line, the...

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. — 20 August 1859

pozrm. God Bless th<* PloughIIV I. A VIM A S. WKSTUN. ' W|u> nri* llio iiuty pvcal 1 Minimis nl l'iuii|i mul si lit f, \\ lio i In* kuvu how ? (tivc us hard hands jiii,I fi e*', Ciillui-v ni' livhl ami tree, liuil savo ?lu- plough!"??lfr*. Tlir.i In tin- fii'ltN v bnivv! v....? I... \ ... From our Lite's t'ii?; Want willi its rutlilps* trnitt I'lies from the cillltire?l plain; Toil ye with niijilit ami main?? II ?.> I hletss the plough ! Now lay the furrow ileep, On villi* or hill-siile steep? III hope vo sow. Trusting ilial mother earth (iive to tlie seed its hirtli. Sin^ ye. iu strains of mitih; (Sod lile.ss the plough! Then when Hie harvest conies, l'leiily through our lovctl homes, Joy shall bestow : l.oii.l shout the reaper train, AVIiilc o'er tlie fertile plain, l'ieli waves the golden jrraiti, (_io<l Mess the plough Wreaths for your ycotnatiry, (Sreen as the Victor's be? Toil crown* their brow, Theirs the noblest ?lee<l? Their* tin- l>rij;hle.?t mee'l. While...

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. — 27 August 1859

|?p ? 7- ? ' "TO THINK OWN 8KLF BE Tltt'K, AND IT MK^T FOLLOW, AS THK NIGHT THK 1)AY. TIIOICAN ST NOT THEN BE FALSE TO ANY M^N." ^ # 15V 110 BT. A. THOMPSON. PICKENS COURT HOUSE, S. C. SATURDAY, AUGUST 27, 1859. * > VOL. KO. o. " 'S21.EOTE? IPOETOY, Communion of Kindred SoulsWhy mny not spirits hold oonumitiion Willi kindred spirits liero below? Souls btjuml by no curtli bontla of union*, Nor ever hope Rich bonds to know? Why inWst wo ipieni:h i bin bibber nature, ) Tito soul's (liviucHt, noblest fovitinc, The loftiest giftoff our front or? Ah ! why must this bo so? () lm\r n oC I'ro.ii earnest eyes when souls have mot tills all our life with joy Klysian, A joy we never can f'orgi I ! Vet wc mint clieek ilie fountain's gushing Which oft Iron) iwul to soul Is rushing While its rich water-' JihitiT bo Hushing O'er hearts nlonc as yet. Ah! why this ever lestless longing To meet a soul whoso every tone. The hopes ?m<l i'eurs around it thronging, . Are but a reflex of our own? (>...

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. — 27 August 1859

Crwise I troulil gladly accept, and remain ' Your ub't servant, K. II. rK".?T. To Win. S. OrNhnin, H-iq.. (.'Imiruiun, and the member* of C'lininilico of invitation. - i Puix*k wii.i.i \ mAug. -ml, 1 S.V.i. To Mr Win. H (is-idiani and others of Committee of Invitation. (.iontlcnu'ii: Y.>ur kind in\ itation m|n?\<tin^ my presence at Tunnel Hill, on tin; I'.HU In.-t.. at tin1 Ulue lliil^e Harbeviie and Mass Meeting, lias just Keen placed into my hands, lor wiucli 1 kimlly tliauk you s%n< 1 tlie people of Pickens, w111it11 yuu represent. 1 regret however, to inform you that I will he )n eoluded from |>articiputii'tx wiiii you oil the occasion, from cireunirftnncos entirely l?ovond my control, lint as I infer that the friemls of tlie Blue Hidge Kailrond desire mo to give utterance as to what will he my i course on the Hill pomling hoforc the l.eg: luture in relation to the said lload, I will oi. dcftvor to do so. ii is weii Known unit i oppnscu the granting of any ni<I to...

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 1859

Pennings and Clippi ugs. Kxn.vi'KP.?Our usual variety linn been ex. 1 eluded tliia week Jo nir.ke room for the letters incident l<> and proceedings of the muss movtinj; nnil barbecue ul Tunnel Hill. His hands IYi.i..?There is tin editor in Virginia who is also his own compositor and pressman, who makes occasional voyages along the const of Norfolk, as captain of the schooner Polly, who preaches on Sunday, teaches school on week days, and still funis tinio to take caro of a wife and sixteen chil aeon. _ I\ a llfRRV.?A paragraph, taken, wo he* :t!\c, from the Sumter (da.) Ifcjiuh/iciin. tutos that n citizen cif Cherokee county, in nit State, buried Itis wifo on Saturday, and .tofofc loavlng tlio ?ravc-vard, promisoJ to j narryftn ?thcr won mon Monday, it seems, however, that, through the intlucneoof tVieud-j i lie was deterred from consummating lii.s vow until Tuesday, the third day after the burial of his wife. Way it in Maink.?Miss Helen M. Pressr. a girl of lt? years, address...

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 1859

!POUT-AY. I The Reason Why. i) ? vi>ii wi-li ' < I.no.v iIn- reason why, \V!iv vi?ur ?>-i)*lil>iii- nlii-ii rails On tin* ilnhinj; Widow Wilkins. A it-1 iiili*nil.< Iter to (lie halls AVIn his i-.n-riii^t.' is situ stopping At .sonic noti-il riotliinx store, Aii'l tlio w'ulow jjoos n shopping Wh?-i-o flu- in vi-r wont hcfoic ? An I if vmi wish it, I will tell ynu? l.i-t nu- whisper to vmi sly -It" they esteem it proper, 1 i-> nut your business why. \><t you w ish (o know why I'etcr II.m for.ciUcn fricii'ls ami I o no, Ami left hi.? iiutivc country. In .i t|i?tant laml to roam M )>y I'ully sci-iiis so lonely Sinr'o iIn- il.iv thai IVtorlcft, Ami of all friemls, llu'y only. Sliouhl appear to bo bereft ? If you wish it. I will loll you? I.ct mo whisper to vou sly? If they have reason lor it. It is not your business why. Would you like to know tlie secrets Of vimr neighbor's house ami life? How lu* lives, it how he doesn't. And ju-t how h treats hi* wife? How ...

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 1859

4 H ^*' * V*"^v '' *% .,t*V S'V*U' v \. |f'u J |f ***^T* ^ '* *** ' 'A '1 t ? > -'^ * ?r% ^-' -...".'11" ; " . V -' 'J/: -0 v.?; : - ''' fri , ~- . V':'Vv'7 . ' ^1,'; jj[ ;f d) fji] F ? Ip [fj ||j ^ jj>j,. "'^o TiifsV.'(nv\" \ski.f m: nu n, and-it must nu.i.otv, as tmi: VftiiVr viik day. tisu can st n,(>t ti:i:n r.i: ru.si: to any m\n. liY UOH'T. A. THOMPSON'. PICKENS COURT HOUSE, S. C. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER :?, I^i). VOL. XI. NO. (J. $?LEEOTE'?) \P&EY1F17, " I would not LiX-e forwhys (")b ! earth though scorning beautiful, llo.v ?-1 ik? ni l iliou ; A wreath of thorns was all thou hailst, Ti? ?:v??wii thy Maker's brow. 'J'liv ehihlreii wall; thy lonely paths, All weary an<l oppreSt ; Only oin: hooii tln>u grimiest all?A narrow conch of rest. 'How ijuiet in their ?'Iilink beds Tl.n .I ? .i ..n -i ?: i - . n.v?-|. ... I >K"I : 'I'licv wnki'ii mil in immrii ami wtfi'l1, Or < trend a morrow's lij;lit. Put liore uml ilii'ro and everywhere, Tin? 1 i\ ihf'jri'CIMod ...

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. — 3 September 1859

KKOWKK COIJRI Eli. ROB'T. A. THOMPSON, Editor. ' T I TKit MS.?31..>(? |>cr iitintim. in (\<lt.*ince. If f> iVHiviit W,> iIcIjiyc<l until iil'lortliocMMMiiniurf llit> yoiif. $"J.UO Fur .?ix montlm, ~o mils, in 1 n<l viiiicc. A'l vort i nucut ? in sect erf :>l Mir vrtN**. riCKKNS C. If., S. C.: Saturday 'doming, September 3, 1859. jlo uorresponuents. The notice of a child com cm to us not vouched by a responsible name. It must lie over, under our rule, until this disability i< remove I. Then wo will publish it with pleasure. The B.irbeoue, &o. It is a matter of congratulation to those concerned that the mass mooting anil barbecue, at Tunnel Kill, passed off so well ami 1 pleasantly. The olRvit produeo I, so fur us \to hivve boon able to loam, is <. ?? >d. An inspection of the country through which the road runs, ami tlie work already done, were, , in most instances, nppr hlted. Many expressed themselves delighted with the visit, and not a few we...

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. — 3 September 1859

Tkkhi iiiik IUmi.uoai") Amt?K.vr in It-' at.v.?A terihlr. railroad accident has occurred in Italy on the Sunn Liuo, about two miles from Turin. Two trains, bolh heavily laden with artillery, met in full ca- j r'eer. The result waft frightful. The train from Snsn was loaded with the I'iedmonte.-e artillery, which, at the commencement of the war, the^overinncnt had sent to the Alps, in. the fear of the Am\trians attempting, by a surprise, to cut oil communication with France > it hIso contaiuud some traveller* from I'Yancc, and was drawn by one locomotivc, 'I'hc train from Turin was laden with the artillery captured from tlie ; Austrian* at Solferino by the l'rotich, and bad some wajrons full (if horses and bajijjnj?e boloiifjinj* to the officers. This train was drawn by two locomotives. The scorn; of the unfortunate event presents a shsipcless mass of smashed locomotives, of wa?rons in fi'ajjinents, of crushed and mutilated horses. Sltlll nf llllimm ninmliiiw J'u.u.iiu.jl I , - ""...

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. — 3 September 1859

postsV. Bj Coatent. Mistaken mortal, ever fretting, <!r;i?|?ing. grinding. penning, getfing, lie content! If tlimi 1it<t enough, be thankful, .lust i?h if (lion liml'st a biinkful, He contont! If foil line east thy lot luil lnini)>l(?, Kuril thv hren<l uii'l ?lo not grumble, lie content ! .1.:..i..... .1. ... ,.i i <> n-ive uui i h ii, i iiiuivuni iitutt nn irminiu; Twice thy wenhli. 11 >v sorrows double, I So content ! T.Ut tlic loro of learned sages? Tlmsc wise men of (ircci.m ages, 15o content ! iTIictr reckoning up of nil earth's riches "Was com passed in one short phrase, which is, 15e content ! The rich man gels, with all his heaping, 15ut dress and drink, and food, and sleeping, lie content ! Though in sleep the rich men g'?in not. Poor men sleep when rich men may not, lie content ! Hememher, thou for wealth who r.ikest, "Nought thou hrouithtest, nought thou tiikest," He content ! t i1.. i - - 1 v. _jj ; Correspondence of the Keowoe Courier. I'lCKKXSV I U...

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. — 10 September 1859

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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. — 10 September 1859

KE 0 WJS E ilffl R03 T. A. TH0MP80N, Editor. 1 j TKlt.MS.~-SI.#') )ht unnnm, in n>|v!ince. If \ payment l?o d<.'l.'?yc<l <nt4.il iiftpvtliccxrlrution of > the year. S'J.Utt For ><i\ mojithn, ! ) ccntu, In ' i IlllvHtlCO. A'lvortMompn^ insprlcl ul tlio rtllp.?. Pickens c. h., s. c.Saturday Morning, September 10, 1859. To Correspondents. ! -> "l'ho article* of " D m Quixote" and "Capt. Chaw" shall appear nc<t week. Our columns for this number were pre occupied sit the timo of their reception. Articles, written in good temper on subjects that will interest or instruct, arc invited to share our space. Wo shall begbxl to hear . inun our menu on tuc application ot June to the soil at any timo. ? - . ? ? *( New Advertisements. Mr. Ma wvki.i,, Agent of tlio Clianga Limo i Company, advertises a reduction of the prices ' of li me for agricultural purposes only. The j Company has been at'eonside able expense in preparing the article for market. The application of lim...

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