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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 2 March 1850

KEOWEE COURIER. , ,* ' L*4 J?v f ' * s " " TO TIUKE OWN SELK nE TilUB, AND XT MUST KOLI.OW, A8 THE NIGHT THE I>AV, TIIOU CAN'?T NOT THEN UE-FAL8E TO ANT MAN." vo1- L PICKENS COURT HOUSE, S. C., SATURDAY, MARCH 2, 1850. NO 41 > ttt-t 1 ? . ^ ? i the | KEOWEB COURIER, ratNTED ANn published weekly by W. H. TRIMMIER. J. W. NORMS, Jn., ) E. M. KEITH, j Kd,tor8terhs. i One Dollar and Fifty Cunts for one year's subscription when paid within throe month*, Two dollar? ;f payment is delayed to the cUwc of tho subscription year. . | All subscriptions not clearly limited^ will bo considered as made for an inifofmito time, and continued till a discontinuance ia ordered and all arrearages pat 1. Advertisement* inserted at 75 cents per square for the first insertion, and 37 1-2 cts. for each continued insertion. Liberal deductions made to tho<o advertising by the year. tr All Communications should be addressed to the Publisher post paid. remarks of mr. b. f perry, j OF O ilu.R >J V Il....

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 March 1850

specch on tho bill before the houso. lie complains of everything the opponents of the bank can do. Ho seems reserved to be in an ill humor with us whether or no, and I am forcibly reminded of tho fable of the lamb drinking in a brook below a wolf. The wolf told him he muddied the water. That is impossible, said the lamb, for 1 am below you. You did me nn injury, said the wolf, last winter. J was not in existence. rimliorl iIi?1?hy?'? anterior to last spring. No matter, said die wolf, if it was not you, it was some of your kin, and I will kill you anyhow. I am greatly afraid that my friend from Pnion has comc to the same determination in regard to the hill on your ti'l?!e. He complains first that the committee who reported the hill were friendly to the measure proposed by his excellency. Never before did I hear of the enemies of a measure wishing to take charge of it in a legislative assembly. According to all parliamentary usage, the bantling should he committed to tlvo nurture of 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. — 2 March 1850

c1 - 1 a. "ji! u Corrcsjpomlcnce of Charleston Courier < "Washington, Feb. 18?10 p. m. I write in the Hall of Representatives, ' the 7/ouse has been in session ten hours, \ and being likely to sit ten hours more. | The strugglo between the North and South has begun, this day. When and "\vhcrc it will end God only knows. This was the day, under the rules of the .//ouse, for the call of States for Resolutions. Mr. Doty, of Wisconsin, ottered n resolution to refer the California Constitution to the Committee on Terri ones, with instructions to report a bill I forthwith to admit California into the Union on an equal footing with the original States, and upon the terms proposed by her. The previous (question was moved and seconded. At this point, the Southern men took a stand, which j has been frequently referred to bv me as i the posture they intended to take. They ! resorted to Parliamentary tactics to ob- i struct the action of the 7/ouse. 3/otions were made, in succession, to lay ...

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 March 1850

iimw?WMiiiii?? II M WEODING EXCURSION/ The evening tlie ceeniony was per* formed which made Tim and Rachel a unit, and ihe company had "liquored" all mound, Tim, having p<ovi. uslv VUalked it up" with Ruche!, boldly announced the desperate resolution of starting the next morning on a lour of obscivation. "He had always bin iu hum," he snid, "and never seen nuthsn, and now lie was going str.nis.rht to G , and afore he cnme back he would see n steamboat, if there was any sue a thing, mivhow." The village of G was about fift v miles distant, lying on the Ohio tiver, and a journey there from Tim's ivM'Icnce, in thore days, was deemed n great unce- ?i.: " ?< .1 . .1 1.. rr* i i tttrviuk;. k7v?im* \.m iiiirui mmigiit Aim imu taken leave of ln? senses, or certainly lie was not in earnest, but he assured tiiem bo was, nnd the next morning, tackling up 'old gray,' nnd putting in a supply of povk nnd beans for the journey, 7ini and t' o -nw Mrs. //uggitis started on their bridal tour. T...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 9 March 1850

KEOWEE COURIER. " TO THINK OWN SELF DE TRUE, AND IT Ml'ST FOLLOW, AS THE NIOIIT THE DAY, THOU OAN'bT NOT THEN DB FAL6K TO ANT MAN." VOL 1. PICKENS COURT HOUSE, S. C., SATURDAY, MARCH 9, 1850. NO 42 gggggg' ' u i THE KEOWEE COURIER, rRtNYED AND PUBLlHIIKD WEKKLT BY W. H. TRIMMIER. ; / J. W. NORRTS, JR., ) v Vl.a E. M. KEITH, } Kdltor8TERMS. One Dollar and Fifty Cents for ono year's subscription when paid within three month*, Two dollars if payment is delayed to the close of tho subscription year. All subscriptions not clearly limited, will be considered as made for nu indefinite time, and | continued till a di ^continuance ia ordered and All arrearages paid. Advcrtinmnentt inserted at 75 cents per quaro for tho first insertion, and 37 1-2 o.ts. for each continued insertion. Liberal deductions made to those advertising by the year. ir All Communications should be address- i <cd to the Publisher post paid. rep|rt Of the Special Joint Committee, on the part of the Senate, appointed t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 9 March 1850

' - - f CONORKS& THE ANNCAL MESSAGE, CALIFORNIA. Mr. Bayly moved thai tlie rulej be suspended an 1 that tin- House resolve ittelf into a Com inittee of the >\ hole on the state of the Union with a view to di*|KHe of the President'# MesIt wm important {Mr. H. *aid) that thai nu'-'iagc should be acted upon. 71ie motion having been taken ai.d decided in "he Ufirmatire? lhe y/ou-w rewived itself into Committee ol th? Whole on the .State of the Union. (Mr 1 lord in thooliair.) and resumed the considers* tiou of the resolution referring to the appropriate committees the various wibjeots em braced in he Annual Me^sa^e of the 1'rt?idcut of the I'nited 8tate.< Mr. Dro-nu of Mississippi entitled to the *1. He paid he would occupy & very few minute?, iu prusi-nting <o?iie views which he should have presented the other day, but for the expirati or lis hour. Ha\ utg already taken hi* position ntrninst txw? President's recomir.cadation J the California constitution, nod liaving e...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 9 March 1850

CONGRESS. | THE ANNUAL MESSAGE, CALIFORNIA. Mr, Bayly moved that the ruled be suspended mid that the House rosolvo itself into u Committee of tho Wnote on the state of the Union; with a view to dispose of the President's Mespagq. It was important (Mr. B. said) that tliat metsage should no acted upon. V'lie motion having been taken and decided in the affirmative? The V/ouse resolved itself into Committee of ths Whole on the State of tho Union, (Mr. Hoy'd in tho oliair.) and resumed the consideration of the resolution referring to tho appropriate committees tho various subjsofcs 0111 braced in tho Annual Message of the President of the i United States. U. ?:?; -in. uiun u vi mi>sioM|lJJl ViUIVIltlHCU IU II1W floor. lie snid ho would occupy n very few rain- 1 utos, in presenting some views which he should ; have presented the other day, but lor the expi- J ration of liis hour. Having idreudy taken his position against tho President's recommendation of the California constitution, an...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 9 March 1850

MR, CALIIOUN'S SPEECH. Wakhixouon March 1, 1850. 'lite Senate was crowded to-day, in couscquenco of the announcement tlmt Mr. Calhoun's speech would bo rend to the Senate. Mr. Calhoun was in attendance, mid his speech was rend by Mr. Mhmmi, of Virginia, and listcued to with tho moot profound attention. The heads of hid argument are that the Union is in danger; tho cnuwo being discontent, produced by tho destruction of tho equilibrium in power between the North and tho South, In order to maintain the confederacy, tho <Nouth must bo fully satisfied that she can remnm ?> tho Union in safety and peace, ns an equal, with full scurity of right*. In regard to Mr. Clay's compromise, ho holds it inadequate to tho preservation of tho Union; nor can it bo paved if California in admitted and tho Wilmot 1'royWb rejected. It can only be done by an amendment of the Constitution, which will securo tho equal rights of tho South, and security from aggression for the future. This Union can bo sa...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 9 March 1850

MR, CAM10UY8 SPEECH. Wakiiixolon March 1, 1850. The Senate was crowded to-day, in oousequenco of the announcement tlmt Mr. Calhoun's speech Would l>e read to the Senato. Mr. Calhoun wot iu Attendance, mid his speech was read by Mr. Mabon, of Virginia, and listcued to with tho most profound attention. Tho head? of his argument arc that the Union is in danger, tlM cause being discontent, produced by the destruction of tho equilibrium in l>o\vcr between the North and tho South, In order to maintain the confederacy, the iSouth must bo fully satisfied that she can remain in tho Union in safety and peace, a3 iui equal, wmi urn scurity of rights. In regard to Mr. Clay's compromise, ho holds it inadequate to the preservation of tlio Union; nor can it bo paved if California i* admitted andtho Wilmot 1'rovUb rejected. It can only bo done by nn amendment of the Constitution, which will secure the equal rights of tho South, and securitj^from aggression for the future. This Union can be sa...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 9 March 1850

AFFAIR8 IN WASHINGTON. IPe do not generally attach much importance to the predictions of letter-wliters from Wnshington, because they have letters to mnlte, and must find 01 mnnufncture food for the appetite they have created We have nil along thought Mr Wobster would come forward with somemore worthy of Southern consideration limn the Clay compromise, and the telegrnphic correspondence of the A\>w York //urald justifies our antic ipation. We >;ive it, leaving flie prediction " *' iv unn? umimivill.?*. arOllfHCtT1. "Mr Webster is prrpniing, nnd hna nearly completed. the outlines nnd details ofnn oiiginal compromise thnt \vi!l settle the controversy. IT?* will fc-ke high con8'itutionnl ground, nnd will lend the North forward with terms from which tlw South will not, dcsi?e to break nwnv. It is possible thnt he may introduce his plan wi'h a powerful speech this coming week, though it is possible he will defer his nc- ! tion till the week nfter. jl/uc'r will de- ! nonrl ^ 'H ' ? ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 16 March 1850

KEOWEE COURIER.l| " TO THINE OWN SELF 1JE TRUE, AND IT MUST FOLLOW, AS THE NIOIIT THE DAY, THOU CAN'ST NOT THEN BE FALSE TO ANY MAN." VOL. 1. PICKENS COURT HOUSE, S. C., SATURDAY, MARCH 16, 1850. ^ NO 43'?iM THE KGOWKE OlKII]R, rxiNTKO AM) PUBl.lSIIUD WKEKLY BY W. H. TIUMMIER. J. W. NOURIS, JR., ) t,... E. M. KEITII, $ Editors. t.scTis Ono Dollar and Fifty Cents f?r one year's , subscription when paid within three months, Two dollars if payment is delayed to the close of the subscription year. All subscriptions not cloarlv limited, will be considered as made for an indefinite time, and continued till a discontinuance is ordered and nil n.rrfifirftf?es nni.l. o I , Aduertiwnents inserted at 75 cents per j square for the first insertion, niul 37 1 -2 ots. for each continued insertion. Liberal deductions ; made to those advertising l?y the venr. zsr All Communications should be address- j cd to tlie Publisher post paid. SPEECH OF HON. J. C. CALHOUN, \ ON THE SLAVERY QUESTCON. s DELIVER...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 16 March 1850

A '?! I * I , The cords that b?< d the ?> tales togeth" ??r aro not only many, but various in char*cter. Some are spiritual or ccclesiasti, eal; some political; others social. Somt M appertain to the benefit conf -rred by th< " Union, and others to the feeling of dutj j aad obi gation. , L The strongest of those of a spiritual nnc |Jf ecclesiastical nature, ( insisted in the un; | ty of the great religious denominations, al W?: of which originally etnl raced the wliol< By Union, All these denominations, witl W ? *' ? v?c cxccptton, perhapa^JT the Catholics V; w?r? organized verymucli upon the prin %ijple ofour political institution**, b'jgin tring with smaller meetings, correspond Ing with the political divisions of the coun try; their organization teiminntcd in on< great central assemblage, corresponding cry much with the character of (-ongres: At those meetings the principal clercv men and lay members of the respect iv< denominations from all part of the Unioi . ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 16 March 1850

will protect the South, and which, at the ruhc time, will improve ami strengthen the Government instead of impairing ami weakening it. But will the Nortli agree to do Ipb! It is for her to answer this question. Hut, 1 will ?iy i-ho cannot refuse, if she lias half tlic love for the Union which ?hc prafotnei to liave, or without justly exposing herself to the cliargo tliat her love of power and Aggrandizement is far greater than lier lovo of the Union. At all events, the responsibility of saving the Union rest.*' ou the Nortli, and not the fiouth. The South cannot save it by ony act of hers, and the North may/ ,ve it Without any sacrifice whatever, t<ulc!?;fu do ja^tice, oiul to perform her duties under tlic CSjiijtitution, should bo regard by her ai a sacrifice. HI" time. Senators, that there should bo an open ami manly avowal on all Bides, as to what is intended to be done. If the question is not .ww ?eiuou,ut* uncertain whether it ever pun hereafter be; ami we, as the Representa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 16 March 1850

I % fSfbn i 1 i ? i ? m.i.ai ',-jj?nil! >g em.?An orator out west (by tho \y, nil the lofty burets of eloquence iwmo from out west, now-a-days,) in Ijalommcnting on the 'dangerous character JWof circumstantial evidence,' is said to have TjjLflosed with the following gorgeous perpBration. Shade of Cicero, hide your dijHr.inished head!? 'If circuiu-tantinl evidence '"ere person fitted, it should be the foKffof n beautiful Iwornan. Her brow should be the brow 4 of il/inervn; her smile the smile of Venus; "jier voice the voice of a syren. She should be clad in the white robes Of innn. cence, but on her Raiments should he seen 'gouts of blood.' Ilcr stop should be the conqueror's desolation; and in the bnck ground, haunting her footsteps, * should appear the shades of unquiet, per- I ^ turbed spirits, ranged in groups of twelve ^ representing the jurors who liad been led astmy'by her knowing brow, hertreachtf erons smile and yet more seductive voice.' Enduring Affection.?The Picn If v...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 22 March 1850

| KEOWEE COURIER. " TO THINK OWN SELK UK TRUE, AN1) IT Ml'BT FOLLOW, AS TIIE NIGHT TIIB DAY, THOU CAN'BT NOT TTIEN DE FALSE TO ANY MAN." VOI.. 1. PIGK'iflNS COURT HOUSE, S. C? FRIDAY, MARCH 22, 185ft NO 44 m tiie KEOWEE COURIER, j riUNTKOAND rUDLISIIEU wkeklV by W. H. TRIMMIER. J. W. NORRIS, Jr., ) f u E. M. KEITH, ) ignore. terih8. Ono Dollar nml Fifty Cents for one year's subscription when paid within thrco months, i wo uouurR ii payment is delayed to the closo of the subscription your. All subscription*! not olearlv limited, will bo considered as made for an iiuiermite time, and continued till a discontinuance is ordered and nil arrearages pai.l. AJrcrtixcinents inserted at *7f? cents per ' square for the first insertion, and 37 i-2 cts. for each continued insertion. Liberal deductions made to those advertising by ?1>n your. IW All Communications uliould be addressed to the Publisher post paid. Washington, 3/arch 7, 1850. SENATE. COMrUOMTSF. RESOLUTIONS. Mr. Walker said lie kn...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 22 March 1850

.ti flonsdcss act. Any mnn w1k? would I vftie for the "WiJmot Proviso for New I JUtenoQ,-s'lwidd foci himself bound to .pro- I f?e<JA it'hc ?kcrnc'l snows of Canada from "by the same overshadowing wmg Of an act of Congress. When anytliing practical was to bo cffcctcd, l?c might vote fwrlt, i>ut lie ivo>uld give no vote to dis- | grnoeVis own understanding.. In tlrcse times of v:\citeinent 3t is "but natural thivt mutual criminations should tiiKe pa ace, tma tliul each side shoved have. a tint eff grievances* lie would "begin tlx? mansion tio* of tfiicae grievances with those ?T <the Scmth. One of was Sounded upon Inre grounds. It is that the North have shown a disinclination to cany out the ^obligations of the Consti^ tufion in that particular requiring that *\^ugi lives slaves from labor shall be render J^jd up. In this particular the South was 4f' right and the Noith was wrong, lie considered that by the terms cf the Constitution, it was made the duty of the States and...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 22 March 1850

charged Mr II. with having perverted the Scriptures, in counselling his fellow citizens to shed ench other's blood. Mr.}[. repelled the charge in a manner becoming both a christian and gentleman. Mr. #S\ with a show of courage which wovdd have been more proper in his encounter with Mr "Wise some years ago, as at that time ho needed more of that article, than ?._ r.J -i i ? ?' nc iiiv n<> commanu, astiea >Wr. J I. what lie snid? Mr H. replied, if you mean to say that I have ever perverted the scriptures, by advising bloodshed, it is false. Then did Mr. S. rave and talk of stand- j ing up with Mr II., well knowing that the ] office of minister which Mr It. had held : for a number of years would forbid his resorting to the usual method of such af- | fairs. Very different was Mr S.'b lan- j guage in replying to Messrs. Clingman, Toombs, and others, whose pixjfessions did not forbid the usual mode of redress. "/9uch men as Stanley, though per- ; fectly contemptible, arc neverthe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 22 March 1850

r t i ten. "oir, hm: qiuu ibbiiH<iiu(l t.iv is one thing I hnvc omitted."-?''What is that I madam}' euid the lad. "One kind kitt before I v* part;" on Tvhich the yoftth vaulted over the I tabic and unlnted tho fair stranger. A fellow out west, -who -wan recently elocted to the Indiana Legislature ftorn Wavn? county vu bo elated at hia succost, that he cautfht. himself by the seat of his tiowsars and tried to hold himself out at arm's length. It is added in a postscript that he would have accomplish ed the feat il hft had't W go to spit on hid hands. u vr.nnc? Ben*?0?*0 in Oftlifornift, being hard ok a piece of chalk and wrote ri>. , IfuShomo ty the lost steamer, on a collar 5 ' Waving i> postscript to add, ho sent it on ^jStogle- WhAher he 'planked* the postage we not loartad. The Better HAti.-lt being agreed a party of twelve, that a (lispted question should be nettled by the opinion^ tho majority; tho si* ]mlie? expressed thems^yca opposo'd to the si* gentlemen, nnd claim...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 29 March 1850

& \ " i * " TO THINK OWN 6EI.F HE THUE, AND IT Ml'ST FOLLOW, AB the NltlHT TH^JAY, tiiou CAn'bT not ti1kn BE FALSE to ant man." vo1* * Mckens court house, s. c., fki day, march 20, issc no 45 MM im nnnwurtinitaiwiIMM "V? ? ~ tiie KKOWDE CWUKlfltfg, I'UINTED ANI> rUBLISHKD WEEKLY 11Y W. H. TRIM Ml Kit. J. W. NOltRIS, Jit, ) viurt,? E. M. KEITH, I h,lltorf'- rfT TKKlflS. ' * One Dollar and Fifty Cents for one year's subscription when paid within three months, Two dollars if payment is delayed to the close of the subscription year. AH subscriptions not clearly limited, will be considered as made for an indefinite time, and continued till a di -(continuance is ordered and all arrearages pai l. Advertisements inserted at VK cents per square for the first insertion, and n"? 1 -2 cts. for iirtnU 1 *' v..v??vuitiiuuu msuruon. liiOerul deductions made to those advertising bv the veur. fcir All Communications sliould be addressed to tlc-t Publisher post paid. Report of the Special Join...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 29 March 1850

??1T?? ??3?W? ' III < ?iI? executive jlnttfllfjkrence in cali fgiinia; Since the subject 6F the admission of Onlifor niwiw a State, lias boon presented to Ooti^rost rauchk?b?pn said a* to whom the credit of the movement is due. Ex-Governor Brown, a rep reftcntativu in Congress from Mississippi, assei ted in a "tercnt ppeech in the House, that it wof due to the present administration. This Iuve been denied t>v T. Butter Kiiuj, in a letter pub litthcd extensively in the whig papers. Mr, King charges ft upon the late administration? upon Mr. l'olk, Mr. Buchanan, and Mr Marey. Mr. Brown has called upon the two remaining parties living, for evidence in tho matter, Mcs-rs. Buchanan nn<l Marcy, nmi the following is ihrir reply:? Constitutionalist. Wu.Ati.AND, (near 1-aucastor,) Feb. 26,1650. Diuk (Sir:?I have this moment received your f*vor of yesterday, enclosing a copy of the card of Mr. T. Hutlor Ring, of the 23rd instant which contain the following extract from tlio proclamati...

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