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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 23 June 1849

" TO THINE OWN SELF DE TKUE, AND II MUST FOLLOW, A8 THE NIOflT THE DAY, THOU CAN'ST NOT TIIKN BE FALSE TO ANV MAN." VOL. 1. PICKENS COURT HOUSE, S. C., SATURDAY, JUNE 23, 1849. NO. C. THE i rnmnlnln ~L?,r # JKEOWEE COURIER, ' PRINTED AND PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY W. H. TIUMMIER. \ e.M: . * wn twu^> m. |( One Dollar luid Fifty Cents for one year's i } subscription when paid within tlsree months, I Two dollars if payment la delayed to the close of the subscription year. ' All subscriptions not clearly limited, will bo i considered as made for im indefinite time, and c continued till a discontinuance is ordered and A all arrearages paid. t Advcrlitcmen($ inserted at f5 cents per ' square for tlie first itiHPff 5r>n anri ?i ' ? * ? , ??- w?*v* v i yw. lur * each continued insertion. Liberal deductions made to thoso advertising by the year. t All Communications should bo addressed to tho Publisher post paid. POETRY. ~ f For the "Kkowkf. Courier. 1 REST THEE. ] Rc?tthcc, oh! rest tlioo, t...

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. — 23 June 1849

MAJOR GENERAL E. F. GAINES. The Now Orleans Picayune, in announcing the doath of this gallant veteran, who was only a warrior for the sake of pcace, thus happily sketches the incidents of a life long and useful?which gave AHA1* rv V\io n?/l Cft Wrt/* .J rt ?4w??vn Mia VVUIII/I j a.iu lUUlU VU IUU UU* parted chieftain'. "Now that the nged warrior is no more, and professional rivalries can no longer cast a shade over his merit, the whole Republic will no doubt hasten to pay unqualified tribute to his many admirable qualities. We do not pretend to enumerate them here, for they have a place of greater lustre in the imperishable I records oT some of the brightest pages of ] American history ; but we will remark that in no part of the United States were they better appreciated than in Ncw-Orlcans, where by along residence he bad thoroughly imbued its inhabitants with the conviction of this high military genius, his devoted patriotism, nnd his peculiar single mindedness in all that related...

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. — 23 June 1849

u I *' [From tlio Momplus (Toon.) Eagle, Cth.] I LETTER FROM JOIIN C. CALHOU1 ON TIIE MEMPHIS RAILROAD CONVENTION. FohtIIill, 20th May, 1849. Gentlemen?I lmvc received your ir vitation in behalf of the citizens of Men phis, to be present at a meeting of citizen from everv part of the country to be hel there on the 4th of July next, for the pui pose of aiding, by expressing publi opinion, the project of constructing railroad from the valley of the Mississij.j to the Pacific ocean. T %irnu1/l Un. ? x iivuiu uv iu uu'-t'iji yuur in vitation, and to be present on the occn sion, but regret to state, that I have a engagement with which I cannot dispense and which will not permit me. The object of your meeting I regard a very important. Of all the projects c the age, I consider it as the one of th irrcatcst magnitude, viewed either in it commercial or political aspect. It woul do more than any other to facilitate intei course between the two great occans c the globe?the Atlantic and the Pa...

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. — 23 June 1849

-????1 POETRY. THE SONGsT OF"YQRET Ala*! the good old songu of yoro Have gone quite out of date? Surptvscd by "Old Virginia's Shoro," And the "North Oar'linn State." No more are heard the pleasing notes Of "fiftmlnflr 4*) ?? " wu vu^u IUC IVJ C| But turn you where you may, you'll hear "Sussannali don't you cry." To sing the song of "Homo, Sweet Home," A girl could not bo led; But ask her for somo "favorite tuno," Sho'll strike up "Uncle Ned;" Then finish off with "Buffalo Gals," Or clso with "Duarost Mac;" Forgetting that sno ever knew Some moro heart-breathing lay. Oh, give to me the songs of yore, That come warm from the heart; That makes each pulse throb with delight, And VliH (lin m.?o!Aiia >??-' ~-v- ? W OUU I. Sing me the. songs of "Hours (hat were'" I'll crave not what belongs, "To the list of "nigger"?pshaw! I mean Of fashionable songs. OUR PRESIDENTS. First stands the lofty Washington, That noble great, immortal one; The elder Adams next we boo, And Jefferson comes numbe...

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. — 30 June 1849

KEOWEE COURIER. || % ,'li ' * " TO THINE OWN ISELF BE TRUE, AND IT MUST FOLLOW, AS THE NIOHT THE DAT, TnOU CAN*flT NOT THEN BE FALSE TO ANY MAN." | VOL. L v PICKENS COURT HOUSE, S. C., SATURDAY, JUNE 30, 1849, NO. 7. THE KKOWEK COURIER, PRINTED AND PUnUSHF-D WZEXLY UX W. II. TRIMMIER. J. W. N0RRI8, JE., ) ? ... E. M. KEITH, \ Ediu>r9 TRRm One Dollar and Fiflv Cents for ono vonr'n milxicription -when paid within three months, Two dollars if paynu-nt. U delayed to the close of the subscription j oar. All subscription 1 not clearlv limited, will be considered as mado for an Indefinite time, and continued till a discontinuance ia ordered and all arrearages paid. Actvertitnncn(a inserted at 1G cents por aqtiare for tho first insertion, and 37 1-2 eta. for each continued insertion. Liberal deductions mado to tho"WJ advertising by the year. ZW All Com m un icationa should be address ed to the Publisher poet paid. THE'CAMEL'." IWe make the following cliract from the National Intelligence...

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. — 30 June 1849

.. I _Ln .1.1 JIWIII j.J.i. gg frum the Baltimore Sua. HONORS TO THE DEAD. Washington, June 19, 7 p. m. The demise of Ex-President Polk h.is produced a deep sensation throughout this metropolis. Enrlc tW? mnmiti" a j %I*V President convened a special cabinet council, for the purpose of adopting suitable measure# in testimony of high regard uiiu a nation** grief on the melancholy occasion. The following Is the President'* official circular: The President, with deep regret, announces to the American people the death of James K. Polk, late President of <1 _ 1'-!* ? ?. - ' me ciuiea amies, winch occurred nt Nashville, Tennessee, on the 15th inst. A nation is suddenly called upon to inourn the loss of one, tho recollection of whose long services in its councils will he forever preserved on the tablets of history As a mark of r^sruvpfc of a citizen who has been distinguished by the highest honom which his country c?n bestow : It is ordenxi that the Executive Mansion, and the several De...

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. — 30 June 1849

[Reported for the Telegraph.] THE AMERICA'S POLITICAL NEW8. ROME The French and Romans bid fair to come into collision vrith each other vet. f - M. Lesseps has entirely failed in the object of his mission, which was to coax the Roman people into submission to France, and had returned to Paris. Order* had therefore been sent to Gon. Oudinot, to capture the city, let the conscquences be what they might. The Romans are determined to resist the threatened attack to the death, and have raised an Army of eighty thousand men to meet the invaders. The Roman leaders declare they will blow up St. Peter'*, nml nil ? n ?? ? ? ^"??vu Edifices, if they should be iir.ab^ to repulse the French. HUNGARY. Hungarian affairs present no new feature* since the fall of Buds, and no event has occurred calculated to have an effect on the result of the struggle, though the ??* ? * 4ii>f iy ouvvrai new unu important victories. Both parties are concentrating their* respective^ forces for a decisive struggle...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 30 June 1849

POETRir. I, ??? ? , ,? [Frvm ihe N. O. Dde.\ ON THE DEATH OF MAJ. GEN GAINES. -FmowoII to thoe, PfctUm of old fidelity. i Ho died uot on the battle-field. He fell not 'mid tbc slain. Although his blood hath streamed adon u Fort Erie's hard-fought plain. Hut Trailing charge, the trumpet'* sound, lie never more may hear, Nor will the Indian war yell full Again upon his ear. Oh, no I?low, low, Lies the hero in the tomb, A nation's sighs alone disturb Itn snlitirv trlfwitn u. 1I*j died not on the gory couch, lie Bought At Chistlcr'a fiiclda. Amid the gleam of bveel and flame, The clanging clash of shields: Spared but to hear a nation eing Her but proud victor/, Ho fheathfid hi* fcword. and sank to rent. The soul of chivalry. Now, low, low, low. Lies he in the hollow tomb, A nation's tears alone disturb Its eolitary gloom. in. Hushed is the sage's voice that waked To war full many n blade, That shivered through the Mex'can nuiks, Till retribution otayed The vengeful arm. in battle strong...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 7 July 1849

1 KEOWEE COURIER * f ?> r" ~ Y ?' ' IU - " rr'UT? U""-^ j\ ""' # U?TO TlilS 12 OWS 8SLV BE TRUE, AND IT MUST. FOLLOW, AS TIIK NIOHT T11L DAY, THOU CAn'sT NOT TJIEN Dli FAJ.SH TO ANY MAN." VOL. I. PICKENS COURT HOUSE, S. C., SATURDAY, JUL? 7, 181!). "Hi ion o. mtimm Tilts 1 x iirj KEOWEH COURIER, PRINTED AND ri'DMSUKU WEEKLY BV W. II. TllIMMIKH. J. W. N0RRI8, 7Z ) rri E. M. KKITH, f I'J,tors' tkIWW. One Dollar and Fifty Conta for one year's Bidwcription whou paid within three months, Two dollar# if payment U delft ved to thr? fli?? of the subscription year. All subscriptions not clearly limited, will bo considered as made fur an indefinite time, and | continued till a discontinuance is ordered and i all arrearages paid. j Advert Uemmtt inserted at 75 cents per nquaro for the first insertion, and 87 1 -2 ct*. for cach continued insertion. Liberal deductions made to those adverttwinp by the year. X*T All Communications should bo addros.?ed to the Publisher post paid. irrom tno Washi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 7 July 1849

TII F. tSTHMl'S RAILROAD. Tl* Ncvr York Journal of Commerce calls attention to the proposed Isthmus Railroad route to the Pacific, and to the surveys recently inadc. Results of sur *ry# uius im, nnvw inu luiiuwnig uuui.' pooled facilities for a railroad, viz: Whole length from sea to sea not exceeding 40 m. Summit level, under .... 300 ft. Curvatures, withno radius less than 1,500 ft. Grade for about 20 miles, from Atlantic to Clmgres river nowhere exceeding (per mile) - ft. From Clingroa river to summit level, about 10 miles, nowhere exceeding per mile 20 ft. From summit level, for about 3 milew, nowhere exceeding per mile 50 ft. And thence descending nbout xeven miles to the Pacific. ainionais 01 sione ana iiniocr p.oununni, and of good quality, nnd nn excellent hnrlx>r at Navy Bay, p?x miles distant from Cbagres. The cost of the road will be much less than was anticipated. A million dollars, it is owned, will undoubtedly put it in opera'ion from Panama to the navigable waters,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 7 July 1849

I - IlllttttlWIil nr i From the Aiigultii C<;!is?titutio?ulwt. SEVEN DAVK JiATEIt FROM EUROPE. ARRIVAL 0f THE SltiAllSHlP HIBERNI A. T?ti MARKETS. Liviiiu'ool Cotton Market. The Liverpool cotton market for tjv week ending JUnC 1(1, was comparatively (jwiet bUt steady.? ilie sales of the wee) amounted to 40,000 bales. The import for the same period, 15,180 bales. Tin stock oh hand was 05'7.000 hales, o which 48,800 were American. Of tin sales during the week, 18,000 were tn ken on speculation, and 2,500 for export The accounts from the manufacturing Districts exhibet but little cliatigo, thougl the transactions are slightly diminished in consequence of the manufacturers as king higher prices for their goods. Bit sinoss exhibited a very healthy aspect and the markets for cotton and brcadsum have maintained more than an average firmness. Confidence in the National resource! has been firm throughout the week. Tlx funds have exhibited an upward tendency ??1rvciiwr 4t?*ir?l\r An l\r? n...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 7 July 1849

POETRY. [From the New-York Sun.] "NEVER SAY FAIL." When the cloiula hang most tlarklv, And sick ii the heart, And the spirits arc heavv All despairing and dark; When the bright sail? of lIo|>e Arc no where to bo Keen, Beaming all desolation All wrecked on liCe'8 stream; When despair conies across yc And doubts must assail, Rise! Man, Miow your ncrrc And "Nover say Fail." 'Tin Weakness, 'tis Cowardly To break by the bla^t If it bend thee; 'lis -wroil It will not always last, Boar nobly against it: Let its strength not appall; Straighten up, Man, anil face it, Let it ne'er make thee full, When fear cornea across yc And wilil howls the Gale Spring forieard and Ircatt it And "Xcver say fail." James G. CoorER. IftKSCELIiArVJEOUS. SKETCH OF A MANAGERIE. The raanageric was in town. A rare occurence was an exhibition of the wild leasts, lions, tigers, polar bears, and ichneumons, in Da'timore, at the early days of which we are writing, yet they came occasionally, and this tinip- wcro vie...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 14 July 1849

' KEOWEE COURIER. " TO THINE OWN SKLF HE TRIE, AN1) IT MIST l'OU.OW, A3 T11K NICMIT THE DAY, THOU CAN'Vl NOT THEN UK FALSE TO ANY MAN." vol.. 1. PICKENS COURT HOUSE, S. C\, SATURDAY, JULY 14, !? ?>- NO. !). tiie i KEOWKK COIIUIEIC, rRl.HTKDAND PVDUBIIKD WURKI.Y I1Y W. H. TllIMMIKlt. J. W. NORMS, Ju., ) v... 15. M. KEITH, \ E(,llor9Tl'iltiflS. i Ono Dollar anil Fifty Cent* for 0110 year's subscription when paid within throe months, 1 Two dollars if payment is delayed to the close of the sulwcription year. All Bubscriptions not clearly limited, will he kihiumituu w? iiiuuu Kir nit inuennite tunc, and continued till a discontinuance is ordered and j , nil arrearages paid. ! Advcrlitnncnls inserted at 75 cents per I square for the first insertion, and 37 1 '2 ets. for each continued insertion. Liberal deductions made to those advertising by the year. rsr All Communications should be address- , cd to the Publisher post paid. RUSSIA ITS ARMY) NAVY, ETC. With regard to the government of...

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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 14 July 1849

[ From the 1V.. O. Dtiia, Jun<> j IMPORTANT AND INTERESTING FROM MEXICO, Wo arc indebted to the Patiia lor an extra, issued by it yesterday evening, containing the following important intelligence from Mexico, which we proceed to translate: We received yesterday the Bien Publico, published at J/atamoms. of the 18th instant, tlie following documents came to hand, which wc have translated from the English, and althoug it appeal^ to have been printed in this city, (Matanioras) we have good reasons to believe it was printed on the other side of the river (i. e.. on the American side): DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE , Jcm: 16, 1840. L'jianimous Declaration of ths Seven Northern States of the Sierra j ridre of Mexico. When, in ii.e course of human events, it becomes necessary for one nation to dissolve the political bonds which unite it to another, and to assume seperatcly anions the powers of the earth the position to which the laws of nature, and nature's God, entitle it, a decent re...

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. — 14 July 1849

[ From (he V. O. Delia, June vMJ.J IMPORTANT AND INTERESTING FROM MEXICO. We arc indebted to the Patria for an extra, issued by it yesterday evening, containing the following important intclli gcnco from Mexico, which we proceed to ' translate: We received yesterday the Dien Publico, published at J/ata moras, of the 18th i instant, the following documents came to hand, which we have translated from the English, and althoug it appears to have been printed in this city, (Matamoras) we have good reason*- o believe it was prin- j ted on the other side of the river (i. e., on the American side^ : ?I DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE j June 1G, 1840. Unanimous Declaration of ths Seven j Northern States of the Sierra Mad re of Mexico. When, in the course of human events, ! it becomes necessary for one nation to dis- I solve the political bonds which unite it to ! another, and to assume soperatcly among tho powers of the earth the position to which the laws of nature, and nature's God, entitle it...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 14 July 1849

have illustrated the position of the whig , party on that question, by saying that the j head and body of the coon, was North ot j J/ason's & Dixon's Line and the tail South. Mr. 13. declined the nomination in a very handsome speech, and after tome other speech making among the ?\\ flw* #!%.-? IT illVI" W< ?-7 V & *.4 IV/ VWA I ? \ I I HUl J I 111V/ 111.111, Jacob Thomson, the present incumbent, was nominated. The United Slates District Court commenced its session at this place on yesterday, Judge Gholson presiding. The Court adjourned to-day until its next regular term, in eonscquence of the epidemic that is now prevailing in this town, and I think his Honor acted wisely in thus consulting the health of the Court. Yours, VIATOlt. n ci tr T i* . * ??* * 1-. o. ii i go iuriner \\ est, I will write you again from "Father . J/ississippi. V. From the New York Herald. Na3uvillk, Juno 10, 184D. Interesting Account of the. Last Duys of James K. Polk, Ex-President of the United S...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 14 July 1849

: LL '1. ..111.!]. 'l1 in i Jin. . in .... i lmve illustrated the position of the whig put ty on that question, by saying that the i head and body of the coon, was North of J/ason's <fc Dixon's Line and tin; tail .South. Mr. I), declined the nomination in a very handsome speech, and after some other speech making among the members of the convention, the Hon. Jacob Thomson, the present incumbent, v.'fts nominated. The United States District Court commenced its session at this place on yesterday, Judge Gliolson presiding. The Court adjourned to-day until its next rcg- i ular term, in conscqucnce of the epidemic that is now prevailing in this town, and I think his Honor acted wisely i in thus consulting the health of the Court. Yours, ' VIATOll. P. S. If I go further West, I will ' write you again from "Father . J/issis- i sippi. V. ! i From the New York Herald. i Na3I!Ville, Juno I'5, 184'J. Interesting Account of the. Last Days of 1 James K. Polk, h'x-President of the . United Sta...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 14 July 1849

POF/ntY. ^ Ltf-fS ON THE EE ATI I OF r.X PRESIDENT POLK. BY JOHN n. IfKASE. Tlvc oaglo has stooped from his ;i>ric on high A star hn? gone out from its nnth in the skv A Statesman has fallen in his blaze of renown, Hid brow ill encircled with Famo's laurel crown. Then lmllow his grave?lay him down in his rest, Where Memory shall water the turf on his breast, Ank the soft winds of summer sigh o'er his reepoec In hid own Tennessee, where the Comberland flows. His name is enrolled with each mmhtv tmrnn O J * That Glory or Country shall hand down to fame, Interwove in the annals of tho bravo and the free, To ccho forovcr from sea unto sea. * 1 lis enreer was all finished, his laurels were won "When the race of the foremost is scarcely begun, | And the finger of Glory shall point at his name; As the greenest in years, but the equal in fame. While red Buena Vista looms up in the fi ght. uiivvii iiitiwrn uiiizu in mc uaricncss ot night, 1 While the gates of the mountains their secrets |...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 21 July 1849

I I " TO THINK OWN SELF DK TIIUE, AND IT MUST FOLLOW, AS THE NIOHT TIIE DAV, THOU CAN*8T NOT THEN 13E FALSE TO ANY MAN." VOL. 1. PICKENS COURT HOUSE, S. C., SATURDAY, JULY 21, 1849. NO. 10. TUt' ' KJSOWEfi COURIER, PRINTED AND PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY W. R. TRIMMIKR. J. W. NORTHS, Jn., I v... E. M. KEITH, f Mitora. TERMS. One Dollar and Fifty Contn f??- ??? ? v ^ ? vmv j viw r? subscription when paid within Uucc months, Two dollars if payment Lf delayed to tho closc of the subscription year. All subscriptions not clearly limited* will bo considered p-h made for an indefmito timo, and continued till a discontinuance is ordered and all arrearage* paid. Advertiicmenti inserted at 75 cents per square for the first insertion, and 37 1-2 cts. for each continued insertion. Liberal deductions made to those advertising by tho yonr. .or All Communications should bo addrc33- J ?d to tho Publisher post paid. Fon the "Krowkb Courier." PICKENS DISTRICT?HER PROSPECTS. Whilo we view with delight the rap...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 21 July 1849

?lvr ? m ' '-i? [ TrlrrjrnphtJfor the Baltimore SKIZCKE OF AMERICAN VESSELS. Hostov, July 10?0 p. m.' loiters Ikivc been received here from ('ape Haytien, which state that the papers of tho brig Dilenus, of Boston, had been seized by order of the Haytien government, at Port au Prince. The commander of the II. S. shin Unri Inn had boon requested to interfere in (he matter of the schooner Mary Clinton, a part of whose cargo had been seized upon in n like manner, but the commander refused to act in the case at all, and sailed next day for Havana without the slightest attempt to obtain restitution. The consignees subsequently appealed to President Monloquc, who acknowledged flic injustice of the proceedings and made instant reparation. The conduct of the commander of the Karl I An is severely reprobated at Port an Prince and is justly regarded as disgraceful. The United States Navy and the Troubles of Europe.?We understand that it is the intention of the Administration at Washington to ...

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