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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 18 May 1849

am m r. w mm, ,. > ?f ' ^ ' $ V ; / f '" ' / ' r i keowee Courier. " TO TIIINB OWN SELF UE TKUE, AND IT MUST FOLLOW, A8 TUB NIG1IT TUB DAY, T1I0U CANVr NOT THEN EE FALSE TO ANY MAN " 1 VOL. 1. PICKENS COURT HOUSE, S. C. FRIDAY, MAY 18, 1849. NO. 1. ?? - J? THIS KFOV KK COURIEIC, vrix.lo and fl'dmhukil wjekkl.y by W. II. TETMMIER. NORMS <t KEITH, Editor*. ^ TIMS. One Dollar and Fifty Cents for ojio year's subscription when paid within three months, Two dollars if payment is delayed to the closc of the subscription your. All subscription* not clearly limited, will be considered as mode for an indefinite time, and continued till a discontinuance Is ordered and nil arrearages paid. Advertisements inserted at 75 cents per equaro for tlio first insertion, and 37 1 -2 cts. for fcach continued insertion. Liberal deductions made to those advertising by the year. (QS" All Communications should be addressed to the Publisher post paid. Written for the Kkowek Courier. A FllA 1MENT. ?y anou...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 18 May 1849

# f> >. M?l>il? Kim ti^Vun b??n mlwwd from ittwlvt; bnttnli' iih to six. ba j'ror'f!o oori'nwat-, a statement' of the Palrie to the effect that (he Auatfaju General Aspre had marched against Florence at the head of 10,000 men, and that the representatives of the great Powers assembled at Gaeta, had riot yet decided upon any course of action. DENMARK AND GERMANY. Advices from Cuxhaven, dated the 14th inst., suite that tho blockade of the Elbe having commenced on the 12th instant, the pilot galliot had ldfethe station, but the lightships have not Vet been removed. The letters from Bremen, of tho 13th instant, intimate tl!?t the Danes having declared the river in a state of blockade, the Bremen light vessels have been ordered from their stations, and brought into port. We learn from Hamburg that on the 14th instant a bill was posted on the Hamburg Ex cliango, stating that the Danish encroachment-'*, near Duppel, had been attacked, and earned by the Saxon and Bavarian troops. 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. — 18 May 1849

mi dod than at this time to thwart all attempts at unconstitutional legislation, and to successfully, resist aggression. Prudent and jnlitio, indeed, wovdd it be for the cause of Free Soil and Abolition, if it were possible that the Administration could induce Mr. Calhoun to accept this mission. Prudent and -politic would this rune de guerre bo to render powerless and unavailable this strong tower of defence in this our utmost hour of need. Prudent and jxjlilic, to bind with the silken cords of diplomacy, at the Court of St. James, that giant intellect and masterspirit of Democracy and Free Trade! Prudent rtftd jxditic, to remove from the theatre of action the unflinching champion of constitutional rights, when that sacred instrument is nssailed by the Free Soil legions, and an attempt to undermine its strongest pillars about to be made by the Whig party. Yes, it would be a ma?ter-stroke of political diplomacy to accomplish these things. But however favorably such a suggestion might...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 18 May 1849

% Frvrn tfui Southern Literary Gazette. LINES TO A BELOVED VOICE. Br OAKOUNE HOWARD. Speak it onco moro, once more, in accents Boft, Let the delicious music reach mine ear; Toll me in truthful murmurs oft and oft That I uni dear. Teach me the opcll tliat clings around a word, Teach to my lips tho melody of tliine, And lot tho spoken name most often heard, Be mine, bo mine. Why in the Btill and fading twilight hour, When lone a?id tender musings till the breast, "Why doea thy voice, with ita peculiar power, Still my unrest f Why does the memory of tby faintest tone In the deep midnight come upon my soul, And cheer the passing hours to sad and lone, As on they roll ? Oh! if my passions overflow their bound, And pride, or hate, or anger, call for blame, Do thou with earnest, mild, rebukiiu? sound But brcatho my name. But show the better way by thee approved, Bid mo control my erring, wayward will, And r.t the eluding of that voice beloved, All shall be still. EVENING SOLACE. BY CUHRKR ...

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. — 25 May 1849

I ~ I I ^ KEOWEE COURIER. * ? ' '? ' " TO THINK OWN 6RLF IIK TltUK, AND IT MUST FOLLOW, AS THR NIGHT TUB DAT, THOU UAti'sT NOT TI1BN HE FALSN TO ANV HAN." VOL.. 1. PICKENS COURT HOUSE, S. C. FRIDAY, MAY 25, 1810. NO. 2< THE KGOWEE COURIER, PKINTED AND PUBLISHED W'KKKLY BY W. JL TR1MMIER. J. W. NORRIS, JE., ) ?... E. M. KEITH, \ Editors. TERMS. Ono Dollar and Fifty Cents for one year's subscription when paid witliin three months, Tw6 floilnm if nnvmnnt. ta dnlnviul In )lin f.lfion of the subscription year. All subscriptions not clcurlv limited, will be considered as made for an indefinite time, and continued till r, discontinuance is ordered and all arrearages paid. Advertisements inserted at 75 cents per nquaro for the first insertion, and 87 1-2 eta for each continued insertion. Liberal deductions made to those advertising by tho year. tST All Communications should bo addressed to tho Publishor post paid. Written fob tiik Kkowke Courier. LIFE. Life,?what in lifo ? when nobly bor...

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. — 25 May 1849

From the .'jOt('h Carolinian. ? PROCEEDINGS Of CONVENTION 1 OF DELt^ATES. The delegates appointed by the various Committees of Safety throughout the State, assembled at the Capitol yesterday at 12 o'clock, M. The meeting was organized o.i motion of Hon. J. P. Richard son, by calling lion. D. E. linger to preside over the deliberations of tho Convention, and by the appointment of A. G. Bummer, of Lexington, and W. E. Martin, of Charleston, as Secretaries. The President then addressed the meeting for nearly two hours, in a strain of patriotism, reciting the wrongs attempted to be inflicted on the South, and urging upon the people of the State, in whose service he has been so long, to act with firmness and discretion, and in that spirit which the crisis demanded. After the appointment of tho Secretaries, the following i delegates enrolled their names: i St. Philips and St. Michael's?I). E. linger, W. Aiken, C. T. Lowndes, C. (J. i Memminger, Daniel Hey ward, F. II. Elmore, James Rose, ...

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. — 25 May 1849

return to Rome unless he grnnts a general amnesty for all past political offences, and consents to a number of important reforms in the Government. There had been a severe frost in the Rnilt.ll nf Frnnro wliicli flu! rrront. ininn? to the mulberry trees, and in consequenco there had been an advance of 2s per pound in the prico of raw silk. Wilmer and Smith's Times states that tho reported quarrel between Louis Napoleon and his cousin is a sheer fabrication, and without the slightest foundation in fact. It is stated that the Austrian troops have entered Tuscany, and are marching on Leghorn. Tho accounts from Manchester represent trade to be very much depressed. A very large meeting had been he'd in London for tho purpose of organizing a National League for the projection of Home Industry. It is believed to be the purpose 01 tne originators ot tins measure to sustain the House of Lords in their anticipated rejection of the bill repealing the English Navigation Laws. Should this measur...

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. — 25 May 1849

wjaBBmat?mmmmm mil i n,MIL I HIJJ n. POETRY. /Vow the Model American Courier. A TRUTH. Oh, tell mo when tho joy -will come, That I have sought bo long, In lonely walks of forests green. And in the busy throng? I have looked for it in beauty's sinilcn, I havo fought it everywhere. Have tried in rain love's winning h.rain, But, oh, it was net there! In Nature's gentle loveliness, 'Mid fields in summer time, Where flowYets laughed, and happy bird* Poured forth their joyful chime; And where the little babbling brooks, Like children freed from care, Prattle and play the hours away? I've Bought the phantom there! In summer nights, among the stars, I've bid my fancy rove, Ana blessed them as they kissed the wave With timid looks of love; And wondered if of all the hearts One felt my soul's despair, Whence upward rise so many eyes, Like mine, to linger there! On Friendship's truth I fondly leaned, And crushed it?like a reed? .OK 'itrao o '? ' ~ . .?, ? ?i?o n *v?vij uiui^ in wurofl, How emp...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 2 June 1849

"-? TO THINK OWN 8KLF BE TRUE* AND IT MUST FOLLOW, AS TIIK MIGHT THE DAY, THOU CAN'ST NOT ?HEN DE FALSE TO ANY MAN." -u-.. ??- ' , ?: .! , , VOL. I. PICKENS C?UBT HOUSE, S. C., SATURDAY, JUNE 2, 1849. NO. 3. THE KEOWEfi COURIER, ' raiNTKD AND PCBL18HKD WEEKLY df j W. H. TIUMMIER. i iZESi; TERMS. One Dollar and Fifty Cent* for one year's ^ subscription when paid within three months, I Two dollars if payment is delayed .to the close ] of the subscription year. I AH Hubscrintinnn nnt ??1,1 1 t ... *(rr??tci+, Will IX! ? considered as made for nn indefinite timo, and , continued till jl discontinuance is ordered and 1 all arrearagca paid. 1 Advertisemcnti inserted at 16 cents per square for the first insertion, and 37 1-2 etc. for , each continued insertion. Liberal deductions , made to tlioso advertising by the vear. 1 ,t3T All Communications ahoufd be address- 1 cd to tho Publisher post paid. nil inn run. Illc 2VKUWSK UOURIKB." j A DREAM. ] ' $ Twfts midnights, !ono and ghostly time, ...

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. — 2 June 1849

From the Louisville "Kentucky** I WOTITIT p AWnv tva xr*'oti? vii?v/ui.on iUiiooJV OHUSBTTS. The citizens of ninny of the districts in South Carolina hove thought proper to hold primary meetings, for the purpose of taking into consideration the Address put forth by a portion of the Southern Members of Congress. And for this great offence the columns of the Republican have been fdled with a parcel of trash, which it calls ridicule. Whether the picces referred to were written bv its Northern or Native Kditor. I am unable to Bay: neither do I care. It has become so much a habit with them to decry South Carolina and uphold Massachusetts, that they have either forgotten the history of the two States, or else they have never known it. For their own information, therefore, as well as that of many of their readers I request that you will publish the following extracts, hoping they may profit thereby. CIYIS. "Rcvctnr* ?1- - fl1-1 11 uvu.vni niv > iifiun ui mv oiaic wnicn has sent Daniel W...

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 June 1849

-J 11 [Telegraphedfor the Baltimore Sun] VVAsirtNOTON, May, 10, 1849, It is reported that Capt. Chas. Wilkes.; of tho lato Exploring1 Expedition, will be KOllf. Ollt. nc />Ammnn/ln?? Awn aP 41?a ? vviuuiiuiuvi Vi \nio V/l till; vw sols to be despatched in search of Sir Jno Franklin. The cabinet days aro reduccd to two per week, Monday and Wednesday?the heavy business being done. We understand that important dispatches have been received at the War., department, from California, setting fojth that the people had organized a government for themselves, and had adopted the Wilmot proviso as a fundamental article. It is believed that Gen. Taylor will lay Mr. uaboochoro's Bill for the repeal of the Navigation Laws of England before Congress, if passed by the British Parliament, as a proper subject for legislation. The diplomatic appointments arc soon to be made, to take effect on the 1st of July, and already there are several candidates on the ground, including one or two for Madrid an...

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 June 1849

rORTKY. WHAT 19 WOMAN. TTO? U WOTIUUI t AUDI IWMt angel f Gentle, tender, calm, and landEver loving, ever faithful. Is her soft and soothing mind; A beauteous flower, bom to blossom. Giving gladness to the eve ; Ualf-doigncd for man's fond bosom, Half a creature of the sky 1 What is woroan! Ask her sorrow. Know how deeply she can feel, But when hope her heart would borrow, Mark what joy she can reveal; O'er her cheek each pure emotion Of her soul is soen to fly, As fair clouds with chaste devotion Fleet o'er Luna'a face on higli. "What is woman ? All forbearing, Patient, prudent, ?ecming gay? Though ?ad imrard, thoughts arc wearing, All unspoken, life away. Thus she is * flower's nwoct blossom, Giving Olitdncss to the eye ; Half-designed for man's fond bosom, Half a creature of the sky! LOVE 18 NOT A GARDEN FLOWER. BY OEORQK P. MORRIS. Ah! Love is not a garden flower, Tliat shoots from out the cultur'd earth, That needs the sunbeam and the shower Before it wakens into birth: It owns...

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. — 9 June 1849

^ - TO THINE OWN SI'LV 1113 TltUE, AND IT MI ST K()I,I.()W, AS llli: NIOHT T0il DAV, TMOU CAs'sT XOT Tm:N III: FAI.Si: TO ANV M AS." * vol.. 1. PICKENS COURT HOUSE, S. C., SATURDAY, JUNE 9, 18-10. NO. 4 * / Hie, ; ; TJ?I?~ KKOWEJR COUltlER, PRINTED ANP rUnLl8HKr> WKKKLY BY W. TRIMMIER. V It KilKS. One Dollar ana Fifty Cento fur one year's subscription when paid within three months, Two'dollata if payment is delayed to the close, of the subscription year. All subscriptions not clearly limited, will bo considered as mado for an indefinite time, and continued till n discontinunncc is ordered and nil arrearages paid. Advertisements inserted at *75 cents per nquarc for the first insertion, and 37 1-2 cts. for eacli continued insertion. Liberal deductions made to thoso advertising by the year. OP" AU uomiminicntiom tnoum uc nauroas ted to the Publisher post paid. 'Travellingsoutr'Tlic story I was about to tell isn' much of a yarn,' said the officer callec upon, a young South Carolinian...

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. — 9 June 1849

?1? '<-j" ? ^r<|inminnam>Ba?CMP?? ESCAPE OF JAMES BROW N. Tills man who was sentenced to be hung on the 13th of July next, and who wan remanded to prison to aw ; tho period of expiating his offences, contrived to escape from the custody of the Sheriff of Kershaw, who had him in charge and is now again at large. A motion in arrest of Judgment had * L.- 1! r, . . - - uwi? mew uy ma counsel, Maj. John Smart, who pressed his objections to the original verdict \ipon the Court with great energy and power.?Me contested every inch of ground, and was sustained in the main ground of his appeal by Judge Richardson, who delivered a dissenting opinion lo the judgment of the Court?but his efforts to save his client were in vain. Nothing but the terrible weight of the testimony could linve buttled tlie unflagging energies nnd resources of his conn- < tfOl. The circumstances sis we have obtained them are briefly these : The Sheriff with Brown in charge left on the enrs Tuesday for Camde...

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. — 9 June 1849

Confession of Conrad Vf^er.-J^^ hardened criminal, who h*'" rc'injjfrted loufc to the better influxes uoj/g[ sensiin tlie hope of affccjMg bis frunk, bilitics, has ne voteless nij|ftcss'j0U Qf voluntai-y and unreserved /,4f themimU^Mr. ? uu/.niw vr1'!'' v which ]ie was recently evicted in Haitimore county court, lifins, as wo have liacl occasion to statemanifested the coolest indiftVnyA' (o his faj^q, and W...WOC.1 upon \y "uujuuw 01 nv$,approaching execute' ??ai?ly 'ln relation to the amount ofVv8'0^ SU'F r'"& involves. > In proy ct ?f that event, he has, however, ca^ssed the murder of Mrs. j Cooper, nafcharpjed. He states that on the d?iy aAfrs. Cooper's arrival at Parkton, ho/nd follow her as she passed down the if id towards her home. lie had no weapon on his person, but as she passed through tho secluded spot, near which her body was found, he stepped up quickly behind her, having; Jirst pick cu up a large stone, the same that was })roduced in court, and with this he str...

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. — 9 June 1849

POETRY. /'Vow the C/iarlalon Mercury. COL. r. M. BtTTLKR. "Give us a place in tliopicture, near tlio flash" ing of tlio gun*" [ButlerThe (load! the dead! thecitvof the don<V Come go with me into its silent hall, And s?"o how lowly lies the hero's head, Who spriuig to arms upon his country's call; Who battling arnon^ warriors met his full, AikI in the "picture," too a foremost stand, W.here "flashing guns" bclch'd forth the vengefurVmll; lie found a grave within a foreign land, While leading on, to famr, the brave Palmetto Band. Tho dead! the dead! the city of the dead, How throng'd thy gates were, 011 thnt fatal day, "When, for her loved one?, Carolina shed Tonrs, hot and fast, as only mothers may; But there are tears more scalding still than they In torrents from the widow's heart they wreak: Oh! who the mounful scene can well portray When fioldii, s to her home his corpse did take Some other pen will write?I may not, dure not, UpOttK. A nation moum'd him, ns u nation ought, A n...

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. — 16 June 1849

I " to thine own HV.tV uk Til uk, and IT MUST follow, as tiik night TJIK da i, thou CAn'sT not tiikn uk kalsk to any MAN;" ; . ^sv ^ | *. .*&?' ., , 'J VOL. I. PICKENS COURT HOUSE, S. C., SATURDAY, JUNE 1?, 1849. NO. 5 THE KEOWKE COURIER, PRINTED AND IH'BMSIIKD WEEKLY BY W. H. TRIMMIER. J. yr. no:iris, j?, ) m E. m. KEITH, [ Editors. JL'JKlfJW!#. One Dollnr nnd Fifty Cents for ono year's subscription when paid within three niontlw, Two dollars if payment is delayed to the clone of the subscription year. All subscriptions not clearly limited, will bo considered iw inado for an indefinite time, aiul continued till n discontinuance is ordered and all arrearages paid. Advertinonent* inserted at *?5 cents per square tor the first insertion, and 8*? 1-2 eta for cacli continued insertion. Liberal deductions mft'In tn ilmon J l? -? w, Mu'nu mutui vi9iup uy ino ycur. All Communications should bo addressed to the Publisher post paid. From the New- Orleans Delta. Messrs. Editors:?My attent...

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. — 16 June 1849

i i INTERESTING FROM ROME. The New-York Express has the following letter from Rome, dated on the 7th of May, which gives an interesting detail of the position of affairs in the Iloly Citv ! We have had rather an exciting week, which has nearly ended by Gen. Gariboldi having given the Neapolitans a har 11 light, this morning about seven miles from Home on the road to Albano. ?nd the report, while I am writing, is, that they arc flying in every direction. It may not be uninteresting to vou to know a little of the politics of Rome. When the Pope fled, the moderate party, with Mamiuna at its head, lost its influence. The present Chamber is composed of violent republicans, with the most determined hatred to the Pope. Mazzini, iiiia of the Trin m vim in J>n? iionn in about two months, Goriboldi about six mouths in the State. He has a body of men?about fifteen hundred in number? who arc in appearance brigands. He Ins them perfectly under bis control, and all those who have encountered t...

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. — 16 June 1849

[_Corresjxmdcitce of the Pcnnsylvanian.] 13osion, May 28, 1840?7 n. in. I The strike of the boatmen is not as yet ended, though the state of affairs if somewhat changed. On Friday and Saturday, a set of reckless desperadoes had pretty much the control of the canal, ami conducted themselves as they saw proper, the more prudent nnd reasonable portion o! tuo boatmen being unable to restrain them. The passage in the canal was so blocked up that it was with some difficulty any boat could be got through. Sometimes black mail would be levied on the captains, upon the payment of which they wore allowed to pass. One poor fellow on Friday evening, after paying n tax of $2 for passing, was so severely stoned that he had to bo earned into a neighboring hotel and have his wounds drnssnd The ringleader of this affair was arrested. On Saturday night a quarrel took place between two of the boatmen, Andrew Shulcr and Atnbruster, which ended in a fight. The former was stabbed in tho abdomen so badly,...

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. — 16 June 1849

POETIC V. J'Vom the Tetnpcranct Banner. BY Mil ft. R. II. RICH. The (emptor calls'. yet leave me not, ob leave mo not to-night, Stay with me now, I would yo win, from that dark tempter's might; How ean ye turn from mo away, from her who loves theo well, To bask for hours with revelers, and quart" that liquid full! Heo on mv htiniincr " '' - . _ ? -v O v"vv" 1,,VIV il 1V>CI* ish flush to-night, Oli husband, leavo mc not I pray! for dimly grows my sight; Far from my friends and homo I come, to this the b( ranger's land, Asunder burst each kindred tio, through life by thee to htand. Remember all thy former vows, and all I've braved for thee? Remember how to thee I've clung as ivy to the tree; But more than all, our little ones, oh hear their feeble cries, Sec how they stretch their tiny hands, and sec their pleading eyes! And then their very hearts Btand still, with dread when thou art near, To hear thy deep toned curses burst so full of rage and fear, Hear mo, if not for self for t...

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