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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 8 December 1849

WMU A General, by a majority of 18 over Col. ' (( Duunovant, his opponent. There has been two buildings for Comptroller Qcnernl, mid no choice yet On 2nd balloting ?T. B. Cully had -10 j | votes, T. J. Pickens A.Sbnpkins 3'2, n w. uiles 25. Thw.c were 3 other cntidi- I su dates, er.ch of wl>om will probably with* ! (jt draw before the next balloting, and the ruce will then come oft* between thcthrec j)f highest candidates. nn Tho committee on Fedcml Relations re. jzj ported a bill to the 7/buse requiring the ai1 Governor to convcnc the Legislature in cc the event the Wilmot Proviso passes p,Congress. id, This bill we think entirely unnecessary, \y inasmuch as the Governor has already an he right to call the Legislature together at IX? his discretion. K. tel tn ? i ca Dkckmqrk Hd, The House met at half past nine o'clock ^ i e * miu luruiwiin proceeded to form ft pronn cession nnd march to the College chnpcl, ^ to wuness the exercises of the commence'1C ment of the College A Bill t...

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 December 1849

"L JL1. IMBULL"'""""!1 From the Carolinian. LEG IS Li A T U It E OF SOUTH CAROLINA. o . * ! OKSHIUN or IOt!/. f Tuesday, Nov. 27, IHff). J At the hour to which the Senate was adjourned, the Clerk called the roil and the journal of yesterdav was read. Sun , dry petitions, presentments of grand ju- \ rorsand reports wen made. Mr. Moses gave notice that lie would , to-morrow ask leave tn introduce a I ill to confirm a grunt to John .1 Moore, which was issued by mistake to John Moore. Also, of a bill to increase the penalty for obstructing tho passage of fish on Lvnoh's crock. Also, the petition of citizen? of ,9umtcr praviny tho incorporation of a 1 .ink. Mr Marshall. presentment of the ir' ind jnrv, of Abbeville, fall term. 1330 [This report produced a marked sensmion i:i the rending?one passage of which. on Rellintjliquo?\ cbaracerizod the trade a? requiring for its description " i po\ of i-on. dippcl in the lava of hell."] Mr. llibben, petition of Jame-s Q.-v^o. tie, of r'hurrb, for...

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 December 1849

**v.- "vKEOWEE COURIER. " TO T1IINK OWN SELF IIK TUUE, AND IT MUST FOLLOW, A3 TIIK NIOHT THE DAT, TIIOU CAn'BT NOT T2TSM BE FALSE TO ANT MAN." VOI,. 1. PICKENS COURT HOUSE, S. C., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1819. NO 31 TIIK | swering ccrtnin questions The replies I satisfv th?nn ?~"*K n?' " ' ni'iUiTlDIi tODRlDK, FBINTKD AND FUBMAIIKD WKKKt-Y BY VT. H. TR1MMIBR. J. W. N0RU18, JB., ) E. M. KEITH, \ Ldltor8tkikiwn. One Dollar nml Fifty Cunt* for one year's subscription when paid within three months, Two dollars if payment is delayed to the close of the subscription year. All subicriptions* not clonrlv limited, will bo considered as made for mi indefinite time, and continued till a discontinuance is ordered and all arrearages n?i<1 Advertitementa inserted at 6 cents per square for the first insertion, and 87 1-2 cts. for each continued insertion. Liberal deductions made to thoso advertising by the year. Iw All Communication* should l>e addressed to the Publisher post paid. GOVERNOR'S...

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 December 1849

SOMETHING NEW. A Washington correspondent of (ho ?i jt.. .1 lnouut: Kiiuvs*, niiiv lib mi cm iv |iuin?u wi the session of Congress, resolutions may be introduced in the Senate, ndvi lng n supervision of our relations with Austiin, in conscqucnce of the cruelties praticed by Austria towards tho Hungarian prisoners. We hope, for the interests", the credit, and the good sense of this country, that such a proposition exists only in the imagination of tliat very imaginative journal. It scarcely ienuires a word to show the impolicy of such n position, which never can and never ought to he entertained by nn Americvn CV>nefre<<<; it w on Id amount only to a valve to let off the patriotic and indignant speoehes of some membeis, to the cost of the people, n ul the Hdieule of the nation. Are we to e.nb uk in a quixotic attempt to fight the battles of all the world?civil, rvligious, I nrwl Ar<> wo so rii'li nnd so now l'v,",v - - ? ? I erf'ul, that we can afford to tlirow up o...

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. — 15 December 1849

. flmwrrn it i *i I'THM I mut, ?" IMM TiirnnT,.:aBi Cotrrapondctice of the Carolinian. WA.^inv.TON', DOC. C, 1840. isy some means or hnrtagemont, ns you have sceu ore this, wmio of the publishers of newspapers nave puoh-dieu the Postmaster fS<iM-rftr> report before the delivery of tho President^ mcssnge to Congress. Some complaint will ho made, I suppose, that it did not appear >imuUaneously with th<* message. But considerable disappointment was realized by the fact that the House did not organize on Monday; find you should not be greatly surprised if the long report of the Secretary of ihe Treasury is published before the messnge. Indeed a synopsis of it appears in yesterday's Sun. The .Postmaster General's report is a short* comprehensive, and clear statement ,.< tl?. ../v.:- - ? wi uiu iiniiira mm conmnon fit the Department, for the'ast fi-oil row. The Postmaster General ndvises that the postage on letters he reduced to a uniform rate of f> cent-, on letter?, 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. — 15 December 1849

HUNGARY. From Hungary we learn that fresh condemnations arc taking place, and no fewer thnn 15 additional executions, at AracI, arc threatened daily. The valedictory address of Kossuth to his countrymen, written at Orsova, has j been published. It is written in his most j enthusiastic poctical style, lie alludes to Georgey as follows: "The ingrate whona , thou hast fastened with thy abundance, rose against the?traitor to his mother? nnrl rUafrni'txl flmn Thnn line/ been betrayed! Thou hast been sold, r.iy country! Thy death sentence lintli been written, beloved of my heart, by him whose virtue, whose love, I never dared , to doubt. Yes, in the fervor of my bold ; est thoughts, I should almost as soon i Hive doubted the existence of the Omnipotent, as to have believed that Georgcy ithould ever be a traitor to bis country. 7hou hast been betrayed by him in wlnse hands 1 had, but a little space before, deposited the power of our great country, which he swore to defend, even to the last...

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. — 22 December 1849

f KEOWEE COURIER. " TO THINK OWN SELF BB TIIUH, AND IT MUST FOLLOW, A3 TIE NIOHT TUB DAY, THOU OAM*8T NOT TURN UK FALSE TO ANY MAN." h PICKENS COURT HOUSE, S. cj SATURDAY, DECEMBER 32, 184?. NO 32 mLrn ' ' ~ *r" '* 11 ? ' - ?^ ??? ? ?? ? friru i ? JL A JL XU KEOWEE COURIER, PRINTED ASD VMI.IBIl r.l> WKKKI.Y *V W. ir. TRIMMIER. J. W. NORMS, Ja., ) v,1Un? K. M. KEITII, f FHlltor9 TEltHIS. One Dollar Alul Fifty Cents for one year's (Subscription xvhen paid within three month*, Two dollars if payment is delayed to the closo of the subscription year. All subscriptions not nlnnrlw -r.>!ii considered iw mado for an iiutofinito time, and continued till a discontinuance is ordered and all arrearages paid. Advertisements inserted at 75 cents per square for the first insertion, and 87 1-2 cts. for cacli continued insertion. Liberal deductions mado to those advertising by tlio year. gygr ii trnmunicfttions hIiouUI be addressed to tho Publisher post paid. Legislature or $. Carolina* SENATE...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 22 December 1849

the king declared that he hiruscif had not. "\Vh' ?hen a'oould I die?'' said tho Frank. The deed cannot even be pro red against me!" riio king was pleased; ami not only pardoned him, but acknowledging nnd praising Ii'h wisdom, sent him n?me to hia master loaded with presents. PUBLIC' EXECUTIONS. The following strong language, depicting n most horrible and depraved state of public feeling, is from ;i letter of Charles Dickons, who was present at the execu ion of the .1/annings in England. It is thought that the strong light in which he has presented the scenes will induce the government to support a menr i sure lor mailing crmunn l executions ptivate. There were upwards of 50.000 persons present on the occasion. One feraaln was Lilled and two others severely injured.? Carolinian. "I believe thnt nui'rht _ " - *0 wx/ ..vwnv v ? ?** ?? r.wful as the wickedness and levity of the immense crowd collected at that execution this morning could be imagined by no man, and could be presented in...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 22 December 1849

Mon of Cvcry p;irtieu!>ir about the matter Uio committee (i>iy thattho debti$ wcli secured, and fur*i,(.r than that they could not know. Ho a,iid he felt assured no notion Ol tl\A I IniK(> PO il pltnnrfii f1\A VUUII^V U1C |>UUI1C mind, if there was any excitement there. Some further discussion was hud r.|)on the subject and amendments oftered by 3/bsWa Tovvno* and B K Perry, when, on inat^r jl/omminger, the resolutions xvorc Mpon the tul> T^^^ulJeS'uussttrd Offered a resolu won instructing the proper co.nmittoe (o report a bill altering the lime for the next election for Representatives to Congress, untill the now appointment under the IT. tS'coneus be made; ngrebd to. A. inessngc wa? received from his oxcellency the Governor, requesting the //ouse to appoint a specin! committee to examine the account? of the Kxecutive I)(>n:l I'lmnnt V..IVIII* Ou motion of Mr Memmingcr, said committee was nppefntea. Mr Ay3i* g ?ve notieo that lie would nsk leave to suspend tlie 74...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 22 December 1849

From thf South Carolinian. REPORT. Of the the President of the Bank of the *- - V.i! -f CI ?laic, ill rvpiy iu >i rtwuiuutm ui ouiiate, of Zteccmber 5, 1840. Columbia, December 7, 1849. 7\> (lie 7/onoinble the Senate and IIouso of Representatives: I transmit herewith, for the information of the Legislature; copios of my two letters, of 3d and 5th May last, addressed to Joshua Bates, esq., called for by the resolution of the 6th inst-. In laying these letters before the two Houses it is proper that I should remark that the first was a private letter, and that tjoth were written in reply to the requests contained in the letters of Messrs. Baring, Brothci3?fc Co.. of the 13th April, published in the annual report of tne Bank for this year. The president and direc tors of the bank were, by virtue ot the | act of Legislature of June, 1838, made j trustees to protect the rights, not only of j the State, hut of tlio.se creditors of the ! .State who had loaned their money under ! its ...

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 January 1850

I * ! KEOWEE COURIER. f t ' * [ ' ' % -- 10 T,IlNli ?WN nK C,tUli' ANU vr MU8t prOLLOW, AS TIIB KIUJIT THE DAY, THOU CAN'BT SOT THltN BR t'ALSB TO ANV MAX." jj VOL. 1. I'ICKISNS COURT HOUSE, 8. C., SATURDAY, JANUARY 5, 1850. NO 33 TIIE KCOWKi: 4!OiruIl!K, PRtNTKD AND PlWLlSIIED WEEKLY BY W. II. TUIMMIEH. J. W. NORMS, Jn? ( v ... ru E. M. KKIT1I, j EdltorflTERMS* Ono l)oll>ir nn?l Fifty Cent* for one yoar'n subscription when paid within throe months, I Two dollars if payment is delayed to the close of the subscript ion year. All subscription* not qlenrly limited, will bo considered as inndo for an indefinite time, nnd continued till a dwedntirtnartee is ordered and all arrearages paid. A<tccrtix'')ncnts inserted at 75 centd p^? square for the first insertion, and 37 12 ct.-*. for ; each continued insertion. Liberal deductions ; made to those advertisinuf bv the vear. All Communications''should be addre.ss- : ed to the Publishe r post paid. ?? 'i-' Fellow-Citizens of the Senate ...

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 January 1850

it is presumed that she. would not hesitate 1 to yield her aid, in the manner proposed, to accomplish an improvement so important to her own best interests. We have reasons to hope that the proposed railroad at Pannmn will he successfully constructed, under the protection of the late treaty with New G.ennda, rat ificd and exchanged by my predecessor , oil the. 10th day of June, 134?, which guaranties the perfect neutrality of the j Isthmus, and the lights of sovereignty and property of New Grenada over that 1 territory, "with a view that the five tnin- j sir. front ncrnn In nnpnn ivinv not !i<? inter- I ruptcJ oj embarrassed" during tlio exis- j tence of tin* treaty. It is our policy to encourage every practicable route across the isthmus w Inch connects North and South ^fraerica, either by railroad or cn- j nal. which the cnprrrv ntul nntornriso <>f our citizens ruay induce them to complete; ami I consider it obligatory upon me to adopt that policy, especially in consequen...

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 January 1850

UBi'Ul HL I I'! ' HHMU OIIMIJ'IWI KEOWBE COURIER. Saturday, Jan. S, 1830. With a view of Accommodating our Sub ncribcrs who live nt n distance, the following gentlemen arc autnoii;ed mid requested to act ax agent* in receiving und forwarding Sub criptions to the Kkowick Courikh, viz: Maj. W. S. OursiiAM, at We it Union. Edward Htuni s, Esq., " lloiveSUue. E. 1\ YiaixKii, Esq., " Bachulvr's lletreat M. F. Mmni:i.i., Esq.. " Pieki nsville. J. E. Hago*d, " Twelve Mile. T. J. W?:bb, for Anderson District. We acknowledge onr obligation-* to the lion. Jamks L. Our for the President's Message rnd sundry other documents. THE PRESIDENTS MESSAGE. We received the President's Message in due 1 i - i - iiuu iiutu ?i\en u piace ill our columns to the exclusion of almost every thing else.? The Message is far from leuliziug our anticipations, and we lire sure that Ohl Zack's Southern admirers will be disappointed when they pe ruse the document. We havo not room this week for comment; perhaps next we...

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 January 1850

ire "i'i * v~ nrr t i ? KllOM CALIFORNIA. By tin; Kistlund, ut New Oilcans c from C'h ftmn we have the latest iutelligi'Utuftvm C'ulifo) ui??. The Constitution, > ti as before announced. is beyond doubt j adopted. We append the following j e items relative to the pfrnend election ( 1 which took place on the l!Uh ult. 1 it We regard it as almost certain that j tl JJunuHt is elected Goteruor; and wo I think that either J/cDougal or Roman, ' u the candidate of tliu 8an .foauuiu l>is- S trict, is e'eoUid Lieutenant Governor. Nor Jo we believe that either of these re- ei Milts will bu regarded with dissatisfuc- w tion by any lai-ge portion of the comma- a nity. Of the candidates for Congress, /'lice 1 a undoubtvdly, at present, appears to have (, far the best chances for an election. As p far as \vf- can learn, the chauce of J/orse a and Wiijufht is about equal, bat nothing ?> upon this point cau be stated with any n degree of certainty. 7he difference between those three gentle...

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 January 1850

9 " EEOWEE COURIER. * % ^ \ i ? . - ????? Jl* ?r?? ? ? ??- ?.....,. ^ k ^ ?a " TO THINE OWN SELF UK TUUK, AND IT MUST FOLLOW, A8 TIIK NlOltf XlIE DAY, THOU CAN'ST NOT T1I8N UK FALSE TO ANV MAN." I VOL. I. PICKENS C^URtf HOTSE, S. C., SA'ltlRDAY, JANUARY 12, 1830. NO 34 1 * * - - ? ? MM IV. ' ' ? - - KEOWKf) COURIER, rm.NTEU AND FUIM.lSIIKl) WUKKI.Y UY W. II. TRD1MIEK. J- % NOHRIS, J?., > Edltor9 E. M. KEITH, ) tkkmW.1 One Dollar and Fifty Cents for one yMir's subscription when paid within throe month', Two dollars if payment is delayed to the close of the subscription year. All subscriptions not clearly limited, will be considered as made for an indefinite time, and continued till n discontinuance is ordered and ull arrearages paid. Advertisements inserted at *?fi cents per square for the first insertion, and 37 1-2 cts. for each cont: mcd insertion. Liberal deductions made t?i v advertising by the year. All Communications should bo addressed to the Publisher post paid. MASON ./1...

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. — 12 January 1850

CALIFORNIA ANDREW J/EXICO. The following resolutions, relative to these two territories, were introduced into the Senate by Mr. Clemens of Alahaiun 7 linv trill rwA^tiKKr Iwtrwr i*\ 1 rrlir I * ..... y..?e whatever agency the administration may have had in the political organizations which have been adopted in them. The correspondent of the N. Y. //eralJ intimates that their paternity belongs to IC <X.U?vUll, 1>UW UllLllKi VI nvHT| MC I deem them highly important as calcula- . torf 1n hvaIca clinli rltcntiuciAn in * ??! ? t<\*t to the project for admitting California as j a State as will cause Congress to pause ere they recklessly co such injustice to the slaveholding State?. "Resolved, That the President of the United States be requested to inform the Senate, as early as practicable, whether nny person nas oecn ov uim appointed civil or military governor of California since t e 4th day of March last; and if so, who has so been appointed, and what compensation has been allo...

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. — 12 January 1850

: ihmhih <h lit wh tmumn > ; vjj'on <y' California ?A Washing I ton correspondent of the New York Post says that there is at least a majority of ftt least two in Vonnu f- ? 1 ?- ?.# ^/viiiuv IUI Hit' KU* i mission of California without any nIteration o( her present constitution. In the //ouse there is a majority ol at least sixty. Thorn is n good prospect of the set 1 * ' - ?* ' * ' ii-uiuiib o; mc wiiolo question, ns to California, before the first of March next. Power ok 6'ikam.?It is stated that the stCam engines at work in London, arc equal to the force of nearly two million of men. What a means of incalculable and exhaustions production of wealth tins siiurle nownr .... o - i - "'fc> "? " ,u* quires but a few months, and the work of a few hands to turn out an engine which will do the work often thousand men, which never falters, never (ires, but goes on night and day, adding to the wealth of the world, vlnd there is no limit to this power or its uses. It is demonstr...

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. — 12 January 1850

POUTRY. The following truly exquisite gem may be appreciated at the present moment by j many a fond mother, who has a son ubout1 to depart for California. We have sol- i dom met with any thing more artier, or more hmrt-tnur.hina'. l'he undying love ox a mother breathes m u^? , T1IE MOTHER AND SON. Oh wakon up, my darling,?my Dermot, it iu (lay,? Th? day?when from tho mother's eyes the real light dies away ! For, what will day-light be to mo, that nover moro will seo The fair faco of my Derrnot, come smilio' back to me? Anne, my son?uie morning rou in weanug faat away, And through the gray mist I can boo tlio mast rock in the bay. Bofore the sea-fog clears the hill, my darlin' must departBut oh tho cloud will uever lift that wraps the mother's heart! Sure then I'm old and foolish! what's thia I'm sayiu' nowl Will I Bee my fair son leave rue with shadow on his brow ? Oh uol we'll bear up bravely, and make no atir, nor moan? There will bo time lor weopia' when my fair son shall be gone...

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. — 19 January 1850

* " TO THINE OWN SELF HE TUCK, AND IT ML'ST KOI.LOW, AS THE NIGHT THE DAY, THOU CAN*ST NOT THEN IIS FALSE TO ANV MAN." VOL. 1. PICKENS COURT HOUSE, S. SATURDAY, JANUARY 11), 1850. NO 35 'I'm.' I KEOWEK COURIER, PUISTKD AND rUOLlHIlKD WKKKI.Y BY W. II. T1UMMIER. .1 W NOlMlty In ? k. m! kicrnr,' [ editors. TERMS. Ono Dollar nnil Fifty Cent* for otto yoar'n mibscriptiou when paid within throe months, Two dollar.-* if payment L delayed to the close of the subscription year. All subscript ions not clearly limited, will ho eoUHidcroil its Hindu for an hideimito time, and continued till a discontinuance is ordered and all arrearages paid. ...-.i.ivu 111 in cents per square for the first insertion, and 37 I-'2 cK for ?acl? continued insertion. Liberal deductions made to tho?o advertising by the year. All Communications should be addressed to the Publisher post paid. January 4, I8,"j0. Senate.?My. Cass' resolution for an inquiry into the expediency of suspending diplomatic intercourse with A...

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. — 19 January 1850

i? iii i ? i< ii 21ic fol owinjf intelligence from Washington is copied from the Petersburg Intelligencer, conveyed to tlint nntu?r l?v . r r " telegraph, and is one dny Inter limn furnished frota any other source: Warms bio n , J:\mmiy 8.18^0, In the Senate, to-d.iv, ntnong the resolutions presented, were tliOce from the Legislature of Vermont, denouncing the hiMi'.ution of slavery :is ciiminah .?y1 *' * .. iu |>1 nit die resolutions excited n discussion between Messrs. Yulee, Hide. Plielpp, Calhoun and others. Mr. Rusk moved tol.sy the motion for printing the resolutions on the tnl le, which was ic eetcd?yon* If, n.v.s 47. The fuither con; iteration of tl e it! _:ec was postponed until to-morrow. Tho Semite then p oceeded to the con- ! eidcratiou of Mr. Cass's resolution, in relation to vlu^tiia vl.in Mr. Foote addressed the .Semite in a spcech which ocoupied the remainder of the session. TTouse of Jinwescnthilt'eji ?\f>* of 7onncshcc, nj>pca?cl in the House today. The...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
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