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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 31 May 1850

. jJMIBP??~ ? . in im ii 11 raiirraiij.iKii nj u. iiigj** movements of thd players? Tlioso gen| tlemen who lmvo allowed theoUelvta to j bccomo excited about minor questions of St<it? policy, and who go about crying I3ank! lijnk,! remind one very forcibly of j that extraordinary body, ibe Fiench National Assembly, which, in July 1793, busied itself in discussing and passing copy light laws, while tho voicc of war was crying throughout Europe, its deso| latir.g legions pouring into Fiance, and | white the streets of Paris resounded with the furious bowlings of u hungry moh. M"" Let tlx; Bank alone gentjenicn, at least I uutil you havo seen the country safely through tno present crisis, for should things come to the worst, which A/i", Calhoun regarded na very probablr and the chances for which have not diminished ninco his death, you will need all the assistance which the credit of ihis Dank can give you. STiik Sla.vk tiiamt.*?The brig Lucy jititi, of Boston, Massachusetts, with ft ...

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. — 31 May 1850

K * * ' i. t i, 11 'JL 1 trite Orcat Hereafter. DV OTWAY CUKUY. Tis Bwcot to think when struggling The gaol of lifo to win, That just beyond the ahore of time TLo better yenrt begin; When through the nameless ngea I CHst my longing eye*, ? K/)nndloa< KAft. JJCIIJFU I11V| "nv it i/vui.m.vw , The groat hereafter lies. Along its beaming bosom l'orpetunl summer smiles, And gnthers liko n golden robe, Around the emerald isles. There in the blue, long distance, By lulling breezes fanned. I seem to see tliu flowering groves Of old Beulali's land. And far beyond tho islands That gem the wave serene, The iningo of the cloudless shoro Of holy heaven is seen. Unto tbe great hereafter? Aforetimes dim and dark? I freely now and gladly give, Of life, the wandering bark. A:ul in the far off heaven, When shadowy seas are passed. By angel hands its quivering sails Shall there bo furled at last. MRS. OSGOODS LAST rOEM. The lines which follow were addressed to "a loveiy young girl who came one even...

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. — 7 June 1850

| KEOWEE COURIER. " TO OWN SELF UK TRUE? AND IT MUST FOLLOW, AB THE NIOHT THE DAY, THOU OAn'sT NOT TitEN HE FALSE TO ANY MAN." _ M VOL. 2. I'ICKENS COU11T HOUSE, S. C., FRIOY, JUNE 7, 1850. NO 3. IKHOWEf] COURIER, FRINTEP AND PUBt.lBIIKD WEKKLY BY TltlMMIEH LEWIS. W. K. Easley, Editor. > TK Kills. One Dollar and Fifty Cunts for one year's [\ oubecription wlion paid within tlirco months, Two dollars if payment is delayed to the close Igij of the subscription year. All subscriptions not clearly limited, will be I considered as made for an indefinite time, and H continued till a discontinuance is ordered and B all-arrearages paid. I r Advertisements inserted at 75 cents per | square for the first insertion, and 37 1-2 cts. for H -each continued insertion. Liberal deductions p 'made te those advertising by the year. 1ST All Communications should bo address? ed to the Publishers post paid. SPEECH OF THE HON. JAMES L. OltH, OF ntiVTH CAROLINA. On the slavery Question, delivered in the ...

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. — 7 June 1850

t.1.1 -JLLL'-i-jaaf..,1 gJU '? FROM HAVANA. The steamer Falcon lias, arrived r. New Orleans from Havana She doe not bring aw late advices as the Isabel but some items of intelligence brough by her from correspondents of the Nov Orleans Picayune, arc interesting. A letter dated the 21st says: The consternation of (he authorities has been very great, and the steps they have taken show an utter want of possession of mind. Two regiments which wore sen off on the night of the 10th, by land, together with tlic corps of moun ted artillery and lancers, were ordered tipvl Hill- hv nil nvnrntti until f.-ywv. .. ?v -y .... here, and last nighl thoy arrived here at dusk, very muoh exhausted with their long march, and at midnight they were tent off by train to Matanzas. Report says that a s.ory was in circulation among them to the effect that Lopez had cui mo iwiitanzns regiment lo pieces. The reason for this landing nt CV.rddins is unknown. Its effect will bo a good one. It is now generally sup...

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. — 7 June 1850

J) 1 " M|j( 'I IBII1 Igggl. Treatment of United States citizens in Cuba?What may yet bo the Result.*? The Washington correspondent ("Independent") of the North American, referring to the fact that tho President has promptly fulfilled every obligation under . v the laws, in suppressing the lute expedi.'.?P tion to Cuba, intimates that there are | other and even higher duties in regard to I the treatment ot our citizens residing there, which he may have yet to perform, and which he will not shrink from, be the consequences what they may. lie fays: "The spirit evinced in tho reply to the application of the commrndar of the 1 steamer Ohio for a better anchorage, when recently at Havana, exhibits neither a friendly nor a discreet inclina,!">:\ and tho system of military imprison. winch was threatened against all forci.M H ers, is not precisely the mode of volunteering which would Ik: most agroeable to American residents. If the Captain f General of Cuba, misled by mistaken zeal, shoul...

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. — 7 June 1850

-Mil* ?Ji UIIIL1?LIM-i?L.J Jl Li According to the Pans correspondent of the New York Journal of Commerce, Lord Brougham has been making quite a sensation in one of the French Oourts of L?w. The writer says: Wo learn from Cannes (South of France) where Lord Brougham's Castle is situated, that some of his legal rights having been contested, Jio Appeared in person, before the Civil Court, to plead his cause in the French language. 'The Cicero of England,' Ravs the letter,'had n brilliant audience, and shone by his vivacity, ability, professional skill, and the elegance of his French style. He electrified his hearers, the lawyers and visitors, including all the fashionable British . at and near Ci.wnes, crowded about him j when he Jmd done, to otler their congratulation and homage. The luck of witnessing such a display of powers is rare for a provincial court.' SHie noble Lord astonished the Bench and the Bar, particularly by the grand dissertation into which he launched, on thu nature ...

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. — 14 June 1850

KEOWEE COURIER " TO THINK OWN SELF UK TRUE, AND IT MUST FOLLOW, AS THE K1GIIT THE DAY, TIIOU CAN*BT NOT THEN I)E FALSE TO ANY MAN." > VOI,. 2. PICKENS COURT HOUSE, S. C., FRIDAY, JUNE 14, 1850. NO 4 THE KJEOW3DK COI RIlOflS, raiNTP.n and ruoi.isiiED wk.kkut by TRIMMIEIl & LEWIS. W. K. Eakley, Editor. TERMS. One Dollar nii'l Fifty Cunts for one yonr's subscription whon pniil -within throo months, Two dollars if payment is doltw?U to tho closo j oftlio subscription year. Ail subscriptions not clonrly limited, will be ^nnnilAreil <1.0 nnuln fur nn iiiilnilnlin ??1 continued till ft discontinuance is ordered and .all arrearages pai.l. I Advertisements inserted nt 15 cents per Bqu:?re for the first insertion, nnd 37 1-2 c.t.*. for each continued insertion. Liberal deductions j jnade to tlio-o Advertising by the year. All Communication* should bo addressed to tho Publishers jMtet paid. "SPEECH OF THE HON. JAMES L. OUR. OF SOUTH I'AUOLINA. On ihc slavery Question, delivered in (h...

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. — 14 June 1850

"I II ! ' M- I li I I'l -IH CONttltESS. SENATE. Washington, June 3, 1850. A message was received from the Pre?dont of the United States in compliance with the resolution of the Senate inquiring in relation to the recent expedition against Cuba, transmitting reports from the several heads of Departments, con taming nil the information in possession of the Executive relative to the subject, and suiting thnt no information ha,* been received establishing the existence of any revolutionary movement in the Island of Cuba among the inhabitant" of that Island. The correspondence discloses the fact that repeated attempts have been made under the direction of foreigners enjoying the hospitality of this country, to get up armed expeditions in the Liuled States for tlie purpo?o of invading Cuba, nnd showed that the Government, had heen faithful in the discharge of its treaty obligations with Spain and the execution of the acts of (Congress. The message was read and ordered to lie on the-table....

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 June 1850

' w&'jfj C.j/LJJJ-AL I ' J?Ul? STRAWBERRIES. James Grcgor)', communicating villi j tlio Charleston Mercury, on the subject of strawberries, says: "It is supposed by | some of our Uotanists that this fruit is so . kittle adapted to our climate as to run out^ 1 and coast to bear fruit, in comparatively r few yoars," and Mr. Gregory shows, wo Wthinit. his practical knowledge of tho I plant, by rofusi'^ to subscribe to this opinion. The btrawberiy is to bo found growing wild on tbc borders of the strenms throughout this District; nnd within one mile of this place thert* is a Crld of twenty-acre& covered all over with this delicious fruit, which has been flou'ishing there from n "time whereof the memory of men runneth not to the con Phi.ij, niv nui Diiumisi eiiougn lOSiiy vihoplanted it there, nor do \vc know what may be the opinion of "some of our BotAnifts," the vatives, however think I Mr. Providence did it. In consideration of faithful . .rvices rcndeiced, the Queen of Spain,...

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. — 14 June 1850

From the Telegraph. Miss Eiiza Cook:?This sweot Poetess, is now, wc believe, on a visit to our country. She is the author of maiiv n swcot little song, now travelling the tour of the press through America and Knglniul. She has the true poetic spir. it which ennoble# the humblest theme, or touches without degrading, the loftiest, ller pen has made tier mothers old n mi-chair immortal, ana we love ln-r t>ecause the sweetest little wreath ever thrown on the gravo of tho fateerofhis country, was I ho work of her fingers. If you can find room for the following lines, they may be new to some of your readers: WASHINGTON". Lund of the West! though passiug brief, the re cord of thine age. Thou hast a name that darkens all on history's wide page! Let all the blasts of fame ring out?thine shall be loudest far. Eet others boast their satellites?thou hast the planet star. Thou hnst a nnino whose characters of light shall ne'er depart; 'Tis stamped upou the dullest brain, anil warms tho coldes...

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. — 21 June 1850

<: V" ' I 1- - - .' _ .. - .isjs?? '' ' ?Vi ; j KEOWEE COURIER. t"?TO THINE OWN SELF HE TRUE, AND IT MUST FOLLOW, AS THE NIOI1T THE DAY, THOU CAN'ST NOT THEN HE FALSE TO ANY MAN." 2. PICKENS COURT HOUSE, S. C., FRIDAY, JUNE 21, 1850. NO 5 rprir? COURIER, ; fkr&tnvbd avd pudlibiikd wkkkly dy 'fei trimmier ?fe lewis. pW. K. Easley, Editor, ft - TKKWS. .One Dollar and Fifty Cents for one year'8 subscription when paid within threo months, I liars if payment is delayed to the close ibscription year. uibscriptions not clearly limited, will bo red as made for an indefinite time, nnd cd till a discontinuance is ordered and arages pai.l. trtitements inserted at 76 cents per for tbe first insertion, and 87 1-2 cts. for ntinued insertion. Liberal deductions o thoso advertising by the year. All Communications should be address le Publishers post paid. ii the Ncto York Herald, 9th inst. *AHTIT/1/N ? intt i^v/iiiirtuu and THE CABINET. iBTwo months ngo, we announced that a jjHiet mission to...

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. — 21 June 1850

CONOR ESS. SENATE. Washington, Juno 11. After some unimportant morning bus tress, Mr. Clay called for the orders of tl <da}\ Vlrea 'justmcnt bill was taken \jp, an Mr. Cass spoke in leply to Mr. Bcnto? speech of yesterday. He argued that the union of the meas uresinone bill strengthened each meas ure afid dial California suffered no deJa or detriment F?om iu He argxied against tho Wiimot Provi so and against the Executive plan. II reviewed and replied to the article in tli Ytepublic which explains and vindicate the President's views, in an official form lie showed that it wiw the duty of Con Sress to provide governments for Neu [exico nnd Utab, and that if this was not done, agitation of the slavery question would be continued, lie advocated the offer to Texas, and pointed out the danger tbat would result leaving the unsettled. Mr. Diyton followed, and advocated the President s plan of bringing in INcw Mexico ns a State. The Senate then adjourned. HOUSE. The House met at II o'clo...

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. — 21 June 1850

>vi(h mo (1 nngoV<Ais rocks and water-falls but to show me the places the most interesting to the natural history nrnl iho sccnory of the country^. So you sce> wcll> I had not many'opportunities to show my revolver, and v hat would you I do with a weapon by such a people as is the people ol your country. In Georgia t and South Carolina in every farm 1 found a Gospel, in every farm 1 have seen 1 be father of the family praying the Lord before every meal, and very often in the night I havo been present to tho lecture of the gospel and the prayer of the family. Of what use a weapon to a people who observe the two greatest commandments: 'love the Lord with all his heart, and his neighbor as himself.' No less was I astonished as I found a, everywhere, even iu the poorest farms, somebody who could write easily, and an swcr every question l couiu uo. uticn, i perhaps, 1 hnvo abused the patienco of' my hosts who had to write to my'slate, * sometimes during many hours, but never ...

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. — 21 June 1850

NASHVILLE CONVENTION. In tho Baltimore Sun wo find the following resolution reported by tho comm:ttco to whom the whole matter wns referred. 7heso resolutions were unanimously adopted on tho seventh day: T\\c first resolution states that tho territories of the United States belong to #lisi nnm^ln nf (lm i-rti'nro 1 .Qf ilfnc n? flmit* common property?that the citizens of the several States had equal right to migrate with their property to those territories, and should ho protected in the enjoyment of that property, so long as the territories remain under charge of that government. The second resolution sets forth that Congress has no power to exclude from the territor of the United States property lawfully belonging to States of the Union, and any act wrich may be passed by Congress to effect this result, is a plain I'lnlnfinn r\C (lio ^AnclShitiAn nf TTniJn/1 States. Third, Resolved, That it is the duty of Congress to provide a government for territories, since the spirit of Americ...

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. — 28 June 1850

KEOWEE COURIER. I " -TO.T1IINB OWN SELF 1)E TRUE, AND IT MUST FOLLOAV, AS THE NIGHT THE DAY, THOU CAN 8T NOT THEN BE FALSE TO ANY MAN." VOIi. 2. PICKENS COURT HOUSE, S. C., FRIDAY, JUNE 28, 1850. NO 6 ? *??? - i i ?imrwrc?nw?? ! tmm msmmMLnvmmnmnawmxmBDammrjtmmnmcmmc* ?n iiwnnn^o?aw??p?r? ?? the KIIOWKE COUIUKlt, TUINTKO AND PUDLISIIKD WEEKLY UV TRIMMIER it LEWIS. W. K. Easley, Editor. rTUIMIS. One Dollar and Fifty Cents for one year's nubscription when paid within three months, Two dollars if payment is delayed to the close of tho subscription year. All subscriptions not clearly limited, will bo considered as made for an indefiuito time, and continued till a di ^continuance is ordered and all arrearages pai.l. Advertisements inserted at 75 cents per square for the first insertion, and 37 1-2 cts. for each continued insertion. Liberal deductions "o made to those advertising by the year. All Communications should bo address rwl (n IliA Pn1?li?1iors nnqf nnid I ADDRESS OF THE SOUTHERN...

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. — 28 June 1850

the people of the Sou 1i to enter any portion of the territory, which, according to the terms of annexation, are now free to them, neither Texas nor the General Government have any right to make. The terms of annexation chnslitutc the compact of union between 7exas and the other States of the confederacy?and this compact secures irrevocably to tlie people of the slaveholding Slates the right of entering with their property all her territory lying south of 3G deg. 30 inin, north latitude?whilst fiom a 1 her territory lying north of that line thty are excluded. The bill in the Senate makes no provision for carrying out these terms of the com pact, but leaves in doubt the right of the southerned neonle. throughout all the 1 I ' O ---terr'tory proposed to be purchased; whilst ninny who support the hill declare that in effect it excludes entirely the peo- j pie of the southern States from all the territory purchased. The least evil there- j fore, the bill can bring to the people of the s...

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. — 28 June 1850

' k. JUUL. -i-JLi-'IM !L 1. _ . . Ill . II L [foil the Courier.] ? TEACHERS CONVENTION. ? Feeling n deep interest in the promotion of every thing calculated to difiuso general intelligence, and believing that f proposed convention of Tearhers at lumbia on the 12th July next must itribute very materially to that end> 1 will excuse mo for troubling your dcrs with this communication. You y properly placed this matter before l Tflftfilisrs nf fhia llicfi-iot ir? ?aw1 JBolieited some action on (lie subject, but have heard no response. Arc all that 'fraternity from this section of country going en masse to meet his Excellency on ' that occasion, or will they allow the pa4 triotic call to pass unnoticed and unheeded? Tlio subject is too big with iniportance to go o(T in this way. Surely our 'Teachers have too much public spirit Avlinll v tn flisrrtcrftrd 1 lii^ nnnnrltmilit r\f I Bpcrving the community, nnd of taking ^counsel together on matters of such weighty responsibility. It is cer...

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. — 28 June 1850

COME HACK, JOHN. [From the Mobile Tribune] You know I told you once, Jolu?, I'd never write again? But we women never mean, John, What we say to the men. You flirted so with Sail, Jolin, I own that I was vexed. And thought if I was cold, John, That you would be perplexed I find it will not do, John? You can't bo moved 1>v frowns? Alas! that lovers true, John, /Should have such "upi and downs.,' Tou loved me fondlv once, John? You often told mo so; I own I was a dunce, John, Sncl^pctulancc to show. I offer vou the hand, John, So often clasjted in thne; O, let us pledge nncw, John. The memories of "long sync." It is the gentle spring. Jolin, "When birds and flowers make love: And like a radiant queen, John, l'alc Cynthia walk* above. In seasons like to this, John, Kindred for kindred pine? O, then complete my blfce, John, t..~ ^ O V uv 1 1 ""* Your Affectionate I'oli.y 31. I\ .9.?O, conic ami see me sorm, John, Mv heart is breaking so? Ehe I shall surely swoon, John, Or fall in lov...

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 July 1850

A ' "TtX/ KEOWEE COURIER. " TO THINE OWN SELF UK THUIC, ANI) IT MUST FOLLOW, A8 TIIB MOIIT TI1E !'AY, TIIOU CAN'ST NOT THEN UK KAL8K TO ANY MAN." | VOI,. 3. PICKENS COURT HOUSE, S. C., FRIDAY, JULY 5, 1850. NO 7 THE 1 inrr lilmsplf in 1 KGOWKG COURIER, FttlNTKO AND PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY TRIMMIER <fc LEWIS. W. K. Easjley, E'litor. TERMS. Oiio 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 clcarly limited, will bo considered nn made for an indefinite time, and continued tllia tmcontmuance is ordered and all arrearages pai J. Advertisement* inserted At 75 cents per square for tl?e first insertion, nnd 37 1-2 eta. for each continued insertion. Liberal deductions j 'made to those advertising by the year. I?" All Oommunicat ioi.i <liould be address ed to the Publishers post paid. Southern Convention TIKMAIltiS OK JUDGE BEVERLY fUCKKR. J udge Tucker 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. — 5 July 1850

From the Richmond [ Fa.] Enquirer. NEW MEXICO IN TIIE FIELD. The ".Southern Press" on "good at thority" regards as very probable tl news from New Mexico of a proclaciatio bv Col Munroe, the military Governor < New Mexico, to the inhabitants of tlx territory, to form a State Constitutionand it adds: These orders to Col Munroe must hav been sent soon after Mr. 0lay's resold tions wore offered, and when therefor VUII^IVM " ?ua-nu? """ "J""1" "" liberation on tuc subjcct. It is oneo tho most 11 igrant cases of Executive in terposition to control or thwart tho wil of Congress that has ever occurred, because it changes the aspect of the whoh question before that body, and that toe according to the new theory of territoria rights i<? thofiftost material and vital manner. According to this theory, the people of a territory are under some control of Congress before they form a constitu tion?but the moment they undertake to do that thov arc sovereign. The cfleet of this movement, if not...

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