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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 3 November 1849

? , .'.I1 I" " W1 1 ? AID AND COML'OKT TO TllK ENlv MV. In the Abolition papei's-?with which wo arc often favored through the unsolicited and unrequited kindness of their conductors?wo see frequent acVnowl('(Irrnnionfu nf r . ..h^.Mvuui ui iiiiiiiinuii.'i oi considerable sums 'in nut of the cmisp*?or subscriptions by iridividtiaw for n large number of e^lrn'copies of the paper for circulation ?all of which is doubtloss very encouraging to those Workers of mischief both in principle jmd pooKcr. In fact, they dilve a thriving,trade In philanthropy, And put money in their pur set While playing the Pharisee and preaching up their own superiority in morality to the benighted heathens of the South?the nvocopflfl <->f I w, H IIVOVJ om W HIhor (hoy wore, never known to refuse through arty sei-uple. iVow, it is said by a wise ancient that 'it is lawful to learn from an enemy,' and make me of any Mrategem In tactics which he may employ for attack, in the way of (jk'fence?and in this mat...

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 November 1849

f,* " * ' r - POETRY. THE POWER OF MUSIC. ?Y THK HOW. WXMIK B. DAVia, DECEASED. O i'ng! I would hare mu?ic, For my soul i? Md to-nisrht, And the vi \? of the twilight wwndeth Like the knell of past delight A *of> nnd solemn nnthem, In the tone* of other yean. My heart woaW ea*e it* throbbing In the flow of quiet tears. Sine to me, T *ro weary Of the tumult ami the strife, The cea?ele??, ceft?e'es? rtrtigele Of this wild and changing life. Thy Tonn?, ?ad voice enme<? tome With ft poft and thrilling power, Like tlie wmnd of trickling water* ?_ .? - i 41.1?, ?;,i? i,?,? J KJ UIC U* VmuiVTO Iiwunuv tivut. I forget the restless aching Of (Iih sad an'l xrenrv heart, For thv tone*, liVe nneel minie. Bid cach thought of earth depart. As the harp of little David Calmed tlie mood of Israel's king. So a holy silence closeth O'er my ?oul when thou uost sing. The fever of thought shall vanish At the music of thy voice, "Wl?ilo the evil spirit flietli. And the holy ones rejoice. A CASE OF 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. — 10 November 1849

* / KEOWEE COURIER. " TO THIN 12 OWN SELF Dfl Tht'K, AND IT MUST FOLLOW, A3 TUT. NIOtyT THE DAY, T1IOU OAN'aT NOT TH3N BE FALSE 10 ANY MAN." V0'T- 1. PICKENS COURT HOUSE, S. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1819. NO 20. TUB ? KKOWKK COVRIER, PHINTKO AMD PUBLISHED WKEKLt BT W. IT. TRIMMIKR. J. W. NORRTS, Jr., ) E. M. KB1TII, \ Elllto,JTlVltU ^ one Dollar nii'1 Fifty Cc'ttti fur ouc yonr'a subscription xvhon p.d<f within throe id mtlw, Two dollars if payment i? iK'lnycil to tlie close of the subscription year, All KHlwnfin^'nna ?*? ?* J-?,J-J ?!l* * iiHKtl'U, Will UC eomidcred a* inado fornu indefinite time, and continued t?d ft discontinuance ? ordered and all arrearage ? paid. Ailntfliwinfiiia inserted at 75 cents per squaro for tlx; firit insertion, and 87 l-'2 cts. for cacli continued insertion. Liberal deductions tnade to thoju advertising by the vcar. tar All Communication^ should be addressed i?? the Publisher poit paid. LATEST FllOM J. Jf7 jTaRReTt. We n 1 i the fidlownij leltci' i:i...

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 November 1849

Correspondence \>f the fiavnnah Republican. Tampa, Oct. 22, 1849. Messrs. Jjlditors:?The talk with the Seiuinoles Wniooft", as was Agreed upon, on the 28th ult, at Charlotte's Harbor, (Ton. Twi^^ returned from that place on the lOlh to Tariipa, bringing- witli him three Imli.in., delivered as part of the muidorerd at Indian Hiver nlld Pease 1. ri? ,,,-n .ilmiit hvnntv V'iUCK. Wi IIK. Ill HIV ??wv?v ? >r years old, !ho other middle aged. The Chief, How legs, delivered to him nl.se (he hand of a fourth, saying that he resisted the attempt to capture him, and was killed, and that the fifth had escaped, but they would catch him as soon as possible, and give him up. The whole of the conference is not disclosed, doubtless from proper motives 011 the part of Gen, Twiggs. The subject of removal was bivachea, but. lillle could he gathered from their t^lk or their countenances as J7 4i,? nvlltoi, vm ir UUVIUiwn 111 VHV ? ?v?.v . Another t; lk is to bo hold sometime it December, and tlio...

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. — 10 November 1849

Correspondent# of' Charleston Courier. ' FOREIGN ATEWS. Baltimoiik, Nov. 4. The Liverpool accounts by the I liber- t nia are to the 20tb ult. On Monday the j t 15th ult., Cotton advanced 1-8 to 1-4 of t ii penny a poind, over the current rates 1 prevailing :?t the time of tho sailing of the < I'^UKMia. ' Id Wheat. Horn and Flour there is no 1 t material change. The quotation^ arc ' nbdtit the same as at the sailing of the ? Europa. < POLITICAL .VATTKlfS. t There is no definite news from Turkey, t The general impression is, however, in the t best informed circles, that Russia will -i not venture declare war on account of the t refusal of the Turkish Government to surrender the Hungarian refuses, who f arc said to bo still at Jfulucn. ' I3cm, Detnbinski, and a number of ntlio*-.:, )v?vw$fctntfl-ac<id Islamism, and 1 joined tTfe Terkish army. * > Thiol's has declared himself in the j Frcuoh Assembly, decidedly couservn- < live on thcsubjact of Roman affairs. 11 Tho marke...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 10 November 1849

J&IJLU 1.. -J L?I?111]?'JJ?!_ POETRY. fi WOMAN. ~ How i-? wo mm l What limner ciui trnc? Tho varied emotions ?j That glenta on her face I A ? J Ann rvA.lMM AU'l wiiin i?iv Villi yvtuaj The feelings tlihi lio O In th* hearo of her bosotn, n The glauce of her ey? t n v Flow tender is woman I 6 The watcher n.t night, ? Who leave* noi the blo^wra n On account of the blight. \ An angel of mercy, )] 3hc soothes us in pain, t And smiles in her gladness a When health comes again. a t How lofty Is woman I s Deep, deep i? her ire, 5 When li^'ht words enkindle f The spark on the pyre ; t M ijestic she tower*, i Man qunils from her view, 1 Till her wrath, like ft cloud, J ,1 Soon dissolves into dew. f r IIow loring is woman! ^ How fragile she clings Tntim An l,?tV. Whatever lie brings; I r] Though nil he can utter ; | Arc words to deceive, ( Confiding?she loves him, t. Though false?will believe. I n llow child-like i*? woman! How winning her ways! j, Bhe strive-'tor our pleasure j. Through ...

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. — 17 November 1849

I \ . # KEOWEE COURIER. ? - ? ' ' =? ? ? ' ' " ' ? 1 1 - .. r-r wr, r ? " TO THINK OWN 8KLF OK THUS, AMP IT MUdT FOLLOW, A3 TilK NIGHT THK DAT, TIIOU CAn'sI' NOl' TI1BN UK PALSK TO ANT WAN." ^ ' ? VOL. 1. PICKENS COURT HOUSE, S. C., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1819. NO 27 THK j k cotmiF.R, j JHltNTKD AND VUB1.1SUKP WKKK1.V *T O W. IT. TRIMMIKR. li j. \v. Nonius, Jr.. ? i K. M. KEITII, } KiUtQW. . t .._ Ti3iT?k*. ?i 1 r One DrtltHr nn-l Fifty C?nt<* forgone year's n ?uh>crmnhn when p:ii<1 within three monthi. Two tl<u\ar* if piytiieut is uolftyed to the clo;e v of the 4?b<cripMoti year. J " All ??1vcription? not clearly limited, will bo o consitloro'l n-? runic for nn in Infinite time, ami cont inucilt\Ua li^continuance is or.i^rod and all arrearage-" paid. Ati'rrHxfui'nt* in-erted at 76 ccnt? per ? squire for the fir<t insertion, and 37 1-2 et*. for ??>aohcontinued insertion. Liberal deduction* if ?m le to tho e a i crtLin<* bv the veur. f, tar All Convnunicition ...

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. — 17 November 1849

THE 8PIRIT OF INDEPBN C E IN COB A. We have pern i-'ed, say* the Netr O leans Delta, to make 'lip following eotiacts fiomn letter add e^sed hy h <^eSjfny plainer of Cuba to a f lend in this city. The lettcrus dated October '* 17th, 1819, and both the writer and the recipient are Cretan ot tho "ever f jthfu! Islind.' We translate f om the Spanish: I he patriots here are last recovering from lee depression nnd discouragement occasioned by the proclnmaUon'Of the hero of Buena Vi-ta, nnd by the measures of excessive rigor ndopted by bis Cabinet to depiive us of the (Msistance of our friends on the Continent. Many who. befon the late event*, b.-d not given a thought to the subject of Independence, or who doubted its feasil ility, have been f brought, by the action of the American Government, nnd by the ?l?rm caused to ouV authorities by tho Round Islanders, to reflect seriously upon the matter, to ^)S J' tico f# tvSll*. f? !on/K' ?>%w1 l/? /vw.iim u.-o li nm? nit IIVJ.->) IIIIU ...

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. — 17 November 1849

The Truth \n ? Nil Is hell.?G rpi 'lev, in his N? w V<". k Ttibnna say^ Wlion General Taylor's victotics <?n the /?i<? Grande nnd at Monterey IviH won him a l.;rgo sharo of public ndtnjr .tinn, tlwo were those nit)onjj vis woo immedia'olv set foVo-lt to turn his pqn?oinl ponulnrityto their,<;wn p ivato accoynt. 'Lot us make him a cjindirt itr for next pM'sich-nt' was the natural a d le idy suggestion? cr? niihiwillt. ?!..% .1 1 - - > , himi uw/.i:iin t'Milll sep'U'HICIV the merit, or originating it, nnd eachtrulv so far ns rognds himself?that is, he did not. borrow the idea from any one else. Few of them knew, fewer care.l, what were the General'* eonvio'ion* on the gre.it political questions winch h ive con* vulsed the country?nono asked whether his hi* opportnni ies and acquirements h ib Seen such ast fit him fo?- the /Jesi dontiil clvi \ Thev slmplv 'wen' tn vin,' and pushed Grn. Taylor ju^t as they v ould .hct thei mo xv una ho"?p that thev suppo -od most likely t...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 17 November 1849

< i ' ' -LI POETRY. I AUTUMN. < ?t thou.uk hood. 1 I mv old Autumn in tbo mitt y r ?orn Stand ikado*l?<sliVr Silence, listening tb m1?oc?, for no lonely bird would >dng Into hwbullow ear from forlorn. Nor brwly Jtedfc^nor solitary 'horn; . tMiAkiog buu guKl lock* all dewy biutut With tingled tj^warrer that fell bv night, Pesrlicg hi* c?runet of golden corn. j Wh?re are thew "song* of summer? With the ?un i Open in? the dusky eyelid of the south, \ Till ehade and silence waken tip as one, ? And m?mingsin<j< with n wnrm odorous month, Where are the merry birdsf Awrv, away, < On p 'nrtng wing-?. through the inclement skies, { Lest owl? should prey | ' tTndauled at noon-^ay, j< And tear with horny beak thei lustrous eyes. ' i i Where (ire the bloom* of <mmmrrt Tn the west ] Blushing their la-t to the minnv hour*. I : Where the mild ore by Midden night i<* pre?t, I Like tearful Proserpine matched from hor flowTo a most g'nomy l>ren?t. fer? i Where i<* ...

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. — 24 November 1849

I It + * ijtfl imR i f "?to think own self bi: truk', and it must follow, as tub night the day, thou can'st NOT THEN BR FAL8K TO ANY MAN." ' ^ VOL. 1. PICKENS COURT HOUSE, S. O., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1849. NO 28 .-,pr ii - .rn^.TrrrTtTrMi.? i -."T>;riii -si ? ? - the KIROWEE COURIER, 1 rrtlNTKD AND PUOt.lSMUD WKKKf.Y UY W. IT. TIUMMCKR. J. W. NOUIUS, JK., I E. M. KEITH, ) Editors. TE1IM8. Ono Dollar nn*l Fifty Cents for one year's subscription whan ]>:ii<l within thro? months, Two dollars if payment is delayed to tho cl?-o of tho llthsermtiim vonv Alt f>uV?soripii< M3 not. clearly tim'ttrd, will bo considered as ma<u. for an indefinite time, and continued till n discontinuance is ordered and all arrearages paid. Advertisement & inserted at 7~> cents per square for the first in?ertion, rtnd 37 1-2 ots. for each continued insertion. Liboral deductions made to thoso advertising by the year. Z39" All Communications should be addressed to the Publisher post pai...

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. — 24 November 1849

t t M PAY THE NATIONAL DEBT. m A statement wo published n day or co two since showed that ihe amount now on deposite and subject to draft in the van- Rt ous depositories of the government was cr 7,577,00*2. This state of tilings is indi- se cative of national prosperity; but the TI question arises what application shall be vr 1? Tl.a A UlltUW Ul UIWHVVMlllUtHUil^ OUI a ..v/ Wathington Union urges with great pro- a pricty that it be applied to the payment of the National Debt. This is of course *' the legitimate use of the national funds. Few reflect upon the consequences that ^ would result to us, not only as n prosper- j ^ ous people, but as a free people, were we e( to allow the energies of our government w to be crushed by a monster in the shape r< of a national debt. Speaking of this evil, j K the sage of the Union writes as foliows-r? i ? Carolinian : 1 ^ "Better hnd n nation be encircled in tlic : folds of a huge anaconda, (if it were pos- a ible for one to bo huge enough f...

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. — 24 November 1849

I w~ t" imimmSSmiti Description oi Billy Bowlegs the Seminole Chief.?Biljy is thus dcscribcd by nn eye witness, who was present ut an intervic / recently between this distinguished personage nnd Gen. TViggs, on tlie coast of Florida. 7'ho Chief is a fine looking wnrrior, about forty years old, with an open, intel1 AvnrAaolAn i 11.. V?|/?VWIWII V* VUUHWIIIHIVV, I'MOilV | devoid of that wild look which so frequent- j ly characterizes the Inhabitant of the forest. liis figure is about the ordinary j height, and well prop Ttioncd, with a pleasing doportraont, and evincing much self-possession in his manners. His head wiw enveloped in a red shawl surmounted with white feathers, cncircled with a sjfviif Ivl ll/l tVllU r* ?Kn onvMA m?vm vi vovviiw ui vuv; ojiiiii; inutn] suspended from his neck, to which was appended a largo silver medal, with a like ne.Rs of President Vnn Huren on its face ; his throat rns richly convered with strands of targe blue beads, he also wore brnc l?ts of silver ...

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. — 24 November 1849

- POETRY. ' La ml; xt of t/ii: gold digokii. Ifp.ar m* fhr frohinll the pleasures Of the digging, wi\h1iui<{ tfold; California, willi nil your treasure', Could your hardships ere be told ? "Witness any toiling creature, Wet from rtiom till dewy eve, Does not every cure worn fenturo rrovo now mucit your taies ?c uvo t Watch liini when tho "crndlc rocking," Watch him digging' in the sand, And then say. was it not shockin^ To lure him from his native land ( Wateli liim, his old tin pan backing To nnil fro in search of pelf; Sec him, pick andbhovel packing? "Aint ho soldi" AVhy ask himself. See him stewing 'jerks" for dinner, Sec him drawing of his tea? Ask i.'ic disappointed sinner How lie suc'.i an ass could be i Sec him, wot and soro and dreary, Stretch'd upon the cold, hard ground; Ask liim if Iloino'fjoys.iio rliccry, Are not with a lrnlo crown'd 1 Ask him if in that home U dwelling Wife, or child, or sister dear; "When for them his heart is swelling, Ask h(m, "Fool! what dost t...

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

KEOWEE COURIER. " TO THINK OWN 8ELF nK TRl'K, AND IT MUST FOLLOW, AS TIIK NIGHT THK DAY, THOU CAN*8T NOT THEN 1IK VALUE TO ANY MAN." r ^ VOL. 1. PICKENS COURT HOUSE, S. C., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1810. NO 2# THE KBOWEE OOUIIIER, l'KINTKD AMI) PUfiLIAlUit WKF.KLT MT VT. II. TRIMMIEH. J. W. NORMS, JR., { E. M. KEITH, \ hiht0 ' Tim.ns. One Dollar nnil Fifty Cents for one yoitr's KObsctintton when paid within three months, 'Two dollars if payment U delayed to the close of tho mn>9crSption year. All subscriptions not dourly limited, will ho Considered lis made for nil indefinite time, and Continued till u discontinuance is ordered and nil arrearages paid. Advertisements inserted at 75 cents nor square Tor the first insertion, and 87 1 -2 e.k?. for each continued insertion. Liberal deductions made to those advertising hy the year. ,?r All Communication* should be addressed to^tho Publit her post paid. C'jrresjjorulenr? of the Baltimore Sun. Washington, Nov. 15, 1849. We u> e only at ...

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. — 1 December 1849

: I III II I III tin ? ! The Bottle Trick before the Queen.? i The following, from the Caledonia Mer- . enry, throws into the ahnde Blitz, Herr Alexander, and we do not know but it ' goes ahead of the 'old gentleman* himself: On Monday, Prince Albert's birth-day ?!._ 11..1 ?i .1._ v?umhit: a*>uviuc3 ni imiiiiuuu, iiic Wizard of the North, Prnfesaer Anderson, vt&& present, nnd was asked if he wonld ju rform tlie feat they had beard o much of his ha' *ng done successfully, The Inexhaustible Bottl*.' 'On receiving the royal command to 1 perform it, he called for a champagne bot- i tie, and handed a large number of glasses round, nnd a9ked Lord Portrnan what he i would drink. JIis lordship replied whis- i key?whiskey was poured out. Mr. An?on preferred brandy, which he got. Several demanded wine, which passed freely; and one of the proprietor* of the royal distillery, Mr. Bcgg, thinking to baffle the professor, asked him if he could give him a glass of his best Lochnagcr whis...

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. — 1 December 1849

in iiTiTTi i <i m I,1 irn'M I?RHADFUL Scfcxt JlT A3 ISxEOCTtOtf.-^ A Rockingham (N'. C.) oorve*pondent of the Fayfcttville Observer five's the following scene at the execution of a mah nam* ed Robert Ilildreth, at that place, on the 2d instant: "The axe glitter?, the trap door falls, and Ilildreth swings by the nock For half a minute ho remains motionless*. Is he dead? Can his own weight, without falllnsr one fneb. bnvrt i.s- *> No! Poor fellow, he expected one pang, i nnd that bis lust. But the futnlitv which often leads sheriffs to gross negligence in ! executing the law, must cost him now a world of woe. With .1 convul ive effort, j he rcaohes the platform, and stands again on earth alive. The cup has fallen from his face. The blood was already fast rushing upwards. But his large nnd muscular neck prevented the rope from tight- i ening. Even then his m.*ek.iess did not leave him. He spoke, withouteoniplaint, in a clear voice, that wnn lm.iwi >??"> by every OAr?'Come b...

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. — 1 December 1849

THOU ART, Oil OOD ! BY THOMAS HOOD: ' The day is thine; the night is also thine*, thou host prepared the light and the sun. "Thou hast set all the borders of the earth; thou has made summer and win nr Irrif Jl\ 1 7 Thou art, oh Qodt the life and li^ht Of till this wondrous world we see; IU glow by day, its smile by night, Are but reflections ca'ight from thee. Where'er we tum thy glories shine, And nil things fair and bright are Thine 1 When Day, with farewoll beam, delays Among the opening cloud* of Even, And we can almost think we ?axo Through golden vistas into heaven? Those hues, that nmke the sun's decline So soft, so radiant, Lord! arc Thino, When Night, with wings of starry gloom O'ershadows all the earth and skies, like Bornu tmu, bcr-uieous bird, whn*e p!umc Is epnrkling with unnumbered eyes? That sacred gloom, those fires divine, Bo frand, so countless, Lord! are Thine. When youthful spring around uh breathes, Thy /Spirit warms her fragrant sigh: A nil tk. Vl..rv.mAr Ib bo...

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 December 1849

" TO THINK OWN SKI.I* UK I'llUE, AND IT MIST FOLLOW, AS TIl'U NIOIIT THE DAY, rilOU C Vx'rfT NOl THUS UK TALSK TO ANY M / S " I. r irt.1 'JO I . ' VOI'; ' PICKENS COURT HOUSE, 8. t\, SATURDAY, DECEMUER 8, NO 30 THE K'iifewRau corsutftft, ntlNTKO AND OLDI.lftHKU WHIKr.Y IIY \V. H. TKIMMTKR. J. W. NOKRIS. Jit., ) ..... E. M. KKITH, )' ljlUtora' TKliTlS. Ouo Doll.a1 utvl i'ii'ly C'.-n?; for onr year's fcuh-tfi'iAtjon \Vlion ]>ui?l williiu lltroo months Ttt'o cloUftfs p.ij'hiont U delayed t > tli > v!o o of tilt! silTWi'iofino v?ni* All subscriptions not clearly IhiiiUd. will bo considered ji' made forun inucfutite time, and continued t'll u discontinuance > ordered and nil arrearage.! paid. Atlvrrfhrmrnt* inserted at 75 cents per xqunrc foritba first insertion, and 37 1 2 eh. for v:\cli continued insertion. Lilieial deductionMade t,o tUo-o n Ivertisiiii? bv die ve.ir. C3T All OoinniunieMion < should I)'1 a Miv.-i.sed to (lie Publisher post paid. GOVERNORS MlfcSSACJE. Kxk...

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. — 8 December 1849

, - ----- -- - , CATAWBA INDIANS. The Legislature, Jit iU last session, con- ; liJed to the care of the Governor this j whole subject, with a request that he would 'appoint .-omc fi* and proper person to examine into the condition of the Indians; and report to him.' In conform in<? to the spirit of this resolution. I nominated fire commissioners from the districts of York and Lancaster to meet me, ; !jV ..^...1/1 : Willi us many ill lilt* v.fiwin i;ua in v.wum ho assembled in the vicinity of Nation Ford, on the twenty-third day of July. At that meeting full and satisfactory answers were obtained on many material points. Subsequently, I propound a scries of questions to tl.e commissioners to -vlicit a written reply. At the same time ]J. S. Massey, of Lancaster, was despate e I t? Haywood county. North Carolina, for a purpose connected with the main object to be accomplished. Copies of the papers, disclosing the result of my investigations, I now forward. riic two important questio...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
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