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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 13 September 1850

gBHBMgS?BEgggg" , I. i ' L 1' i JI L J-J LLL. J- ?ftlJ UL.1? J-JMLWUBJ 1 'I'l 'I'J? W .'!!UJXil.!!-UI'. . . IM. MBSgaagBBBgBEgaBMg..! .. .'J 11.11 II 1 M } I Wl JJU?Lj-V-LUU !!.UJJU 11 1--!!. - ' - -J . - ... - - _ i Ml... 1 .'.J'.J* " TO THINK OWN 8KLF HE TRUIf, AMD IT MUST FOLLOW, AS TilK NI0I1T TUB DAT, THOU CAN'ST HOT THEN UK FAL8K TO ANT HAN." vol. 2. PICKENS COURT HOUSE, S. C., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1850. NO 1? J LJ L1.'III,1 II K I HI ! ,!! Wll'l ' ? lil'mgmj?HU-LJ?! " UJ1IL_L.J ! ?XILII JUU JL_!1JUU-1I-1 UJJJ-UJL-MIJB. . JMI-J _ _L1 Ji--M-.' JA-ti'll-l! !- ' 1 ?> " " ! J' ?"?'? " ? ' ? this keoweg courier, miXTBD AXl> I'UDLISHKD WIKKLT BT trimmieit a lewis. W. K. Easley, Editor. tflrms. One Dollar and Fifty Cents for one ytflrV sul> cription when paid within throe month*, Two dollars sf payment is delayed to the close of the ubneription year. All subscription! not clearly limited, will bu considered as made for mi indefinite time, and co-itinucd till a discontinuanc...

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. — 13 September 1850

''"U-LJ^ " :f \ r> ,r\ m .-a f?.j ^ ? 3 ki a <1 ^ J \J Vj/ J/ ?3 ^ VJ/ sj ^ J VJ diJ 1 1 III llu* Senate, on Kriday, 30th ult., several bills were taken up and made special orders for next week. The Military Academy bill was read a imro nine anil passedThe bill jpanling alternate sections of land in Michigan in aid of the canal round the Falls of St. Mary's connecting Lakes Michigan and Su-. perior, was taken up. The bill was discussed by Messrs. I Bright, Davis, of Miss.. Davis of Mass. TTr.') ? i *' v uuvi 11 uvui oiiiuiii r t'icii" l ass and others. The Hill was ordered to be engrossed for ~ third reading. On motio.. of Mr. Badger, it was ordered tl at when thr Senate adjourn, it do adjourn to Monday. The Senate, on motion ?f AT,- , Hamlin, went into executive session, and when the doors were opened the i Senate adjourned. j 1 In (lie House, thr morning hour ' having expired, Mr. P. King, of New < York, moved that the House proceed ! to use consideration of the business ...

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. — 13 September 1850

.I'll. LiTOiiii _.u_u jj I IP IIUL'II CONGRESS. In the House, on Wednesday, /{lU intti f Ka i hur iifno Lmn?\4 ??-? -XVII IllOV't 1KV \4UJ *T ttO Ol/Vill 111 VV/lllIg on the Texas bonnday uill?the question immediately before the House biin? on a motion^ to refer the bill to ; me <Jommiltee ottlie VVIiole, upon which motion the previous question had bueu called* The call was sustained by a vote of 99 to 90, but bofore the main ques lion was ordered to bo put, a motion i was made to lay the bill on the table, which, was lost?yeas 30, nays ItiP. Tlio niiQetinn tuna I -? * IV iilUlil VJUOOVA\/?l ?V CIQ I I I I 1 VMIIV'I" ed lo be put by a vote of 132 to 69, mid the motion to refer the bill to the Committee of the Whole was then carried by n vote of 101 to 09. Thereupon a motion was made to reconsider the last mentioned ote, which motion a member moved to ! lay on the table. Unon the motion I to lay the motion to reconsider on the j tabic, tlie vote stood?yeas 10^, nays I 105; and the...

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. — 13 September 1850

!M 3 ?<Q EL L&W g O 03 TH E EXECUTION OF THE HUNGARIAN GENERAL. The following painful scene of the execution of the Hungarian Generals after the treason of Georgey, is drawn by M. Schlesinger, in his War in Hungary: Un the Oth of October, 1810, thirteen Generals and staff officers were executed.?Four of these heroic inen met their end at day-break, the commutation of their sentence to powder and lead exempting them from the anguish of witnessing the death of their companions in arms. Amongst thr> rpsf IVJ1S T^rnnct tut- IT'.,. I..? ii. X Jk") 1)1 U 111 er had become insane after Geor-; gey's treachery; his cousin had fallen, a second Leonidas,in the defence of: the Kothenthurm pass; lie, himself,' the richest landed proprietor in the Banat, whose hospitable castle was all the year rcunu filled with Aus- ; man cavaliers ami oiliccrs, was, on the 6th of October, sentenced to doath by the Austrian court-martial, on which sat many of the former partakers of his hospitality. Hi...

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. — 20 September 1850

* ji ^ 4 # "w^ ' mui1 aitw'uu-jj?! 1 1!?i?i?i ?i?.?i?toi. j_' j^h_i^jj_j?itimm-j^-i' >iininiinwjribmwi^w*aaeaiaami 'ufi1 ,' i-g?eabe'ixbjaj^l.uxl j. i ui <i . jl. _j 1 . _ijj.".ll.j.j i a.. '-'!-' i '. i " TO THINK owh SKI.* 11 TRUS, AND IT MUST FOiLOJT, AS thk MIOHT T?K DAT, THOC CAN'sr HOT Til KM lit fa 1.6 K TO ant man." ',' " '"' "' ' - " v ; : ^ ' -" ' ' '":\l \ ?r^t- - ? - x , ^ VOL. 2. PICKENS COURT HOUSE, S. C., FIii[DAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1850. NO 18 !J^g!ggae'gaB^g<WWW!?gB^g'!gL ''?'' LLB I . W?mtmmmm??I I I .1 i.l.llim l'-'?!-ULIU?1 1- ?l I- 1 ' ? " ""'?" " ' mnw ' X 11IU KGOWEI] COURIER, PtllNTKD AND rUBMSIIKD WEKKI.Y ?T TRUfVIP.D X Tt'WTU W. K. Easixy, Editor. TEIiriS. n... T1..11. 1 t>!fi - ' ' 1/U|I?I mil 1' 11 PIUS IOI" Oil* year's ?ub crintlou when paid within three months, Two <iol!frs :f payment is delayed to the close of the subscription year. AH subscript ions not clearlv limited, will he eotuidered as made for nn indefinite time, and continued till a...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 20 September 1850

CONGRESSIONAL. From the Charleston Cuuricr. Washington, Sept. 9. The commemoration of the peace measures, as they are called, was announced, last evening, in this city, by salvos of artillery, which will bo repeated in every city of the North and West. The people generally had Become very much weaned ol the subject, and were clamorous for a settlement of it. The California bill was taken up yesterday. Mr. Boyd moved the TJtnh bill as an amend9 ment, which the Chair declared to be in order. The decision of the Speaker was reversed?yeas 07, nays 115. The Ualilornia bill was therefore acted op separately. Mr. Thompson, of Miss:, moved Mr. Soule's amendment for a division of California. Mr. Orr moved to amend that amendment bv making 30 30 the dividing line. This was lost?yeas 75, nays 132. Mr. Thompson's amendment was negatived?yeas 71, nays 134. The bill was passed?yeas 150, nays 5(>; the majority being G4.? There was no commotion in the House, it being considered that the m nttAoi...

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. — 20 September 1850

-^ # ^ MASS MtETJNG AT PENDLETON VILLAGE. In view of the wrongs, opperssion, nnd injustice which Have been clone the Southern people, by the present v;ongress, in excluding tftem Irom I the territory won from Mcxico, the ; citizens oftliis District, and the friends I of the South far and wide, are invited to attend a mass meeting, at this village, on tho 1st dav of October, to talvc counsel together and deckle on what thev deem th? nronc-r mnflo ahd measure ot* redress, Let all come who value the rights of the States and appreciate the privileges of freemen. Cur Delegates to the Nashville convention, and other distinguished gentlemen will be invited to address the meeting. A free Barbecue will be prepared, sufficient for the thousands who mav ! come. Pendltlon, Sept. 17, 1850. jMarkied:?On the 15th ihst. by Kcv. :?, Mr. Win. White,of N. to Miss Sarah Ann. daughter of Samuel Buslark, cf this District. On Thursday the lk2th, by W. C. Leo', Mr. Squire Sanders to Miss ?.,u..)/uiu ukiiau...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 20 September 1850

- ? - * FROM TEXAS. Ai/stix, August 27, 1850.?The joint committee of both Houses of the ^Legislature of this State, to whom ri'fl'l'rnfl llio mncconn nf l<V-_ .. v. v - V?v? a Vt* IIIVOOM^U V#* 1 III; 1-i A" I ecutive. made a report yesterday, j authorizing ti e (Jovernor to call for voluoteeis to proceed to Santa Fe, for the purpose of suppressing Misdirection and enforcing legal jurisdiction over her terntoiy. A bill for the organization, subsistence, and pay of troops is now under consideration, ! nnd will be made the order of theday i until passed. There is a great deal ofexcitcment here upon the subject, and nut h debate will ensue; it is, how ever, generally conceded that the bill i will pass, with an ami ndment or resolution to receive any proposition which may be made by Congress for the purchase of territory, and to sub mil such proposition to I ho peoplo of, ihc State. This is all that will be j done by legislation, indeed all that can be done, inasmuch as there is a I ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 27 September 1850

IjLiL 0^ yjum?iinm l i l in i?i 1 .m , ? ' n / n i i, umnnmui in. 11111 mi iilun ijfr ! i^ee?MrCT^iJ!Jl!^j?j jjj?; 1 jl-j...i- "_ ,. _ __._i....j.. " TO TUINB OWK SKI J BK TRUB, AND IT MUST FOLLOTT, AS THE MIGHT llflt OAT, TUOU CAN'ST WOT 1 USX BB FA 1.9k TO ANT MAN." vol.. 2. PICKENS COURT HOUSE, S. C., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1850. NO 10 lllJBi KEOWJEJE COVRIKR, PRINTED AMU rUBLlAUKD WXKKLT ?T TRIMMIER A LEWIS. W. K. Easlet, Editor. TERnS. Dollar and Fifty Cents for owe year's sub cription when paid within three months, Two dollar* sf payment is delayed to the close of the subscription year. All subscriptions not clearly limited, will bo onsiderad as mudo for an indefinite >'"??, and continued till a discontinuance is ordered and all arrearages pni.l. ?7K J"" for th( first insertion, and 37 1-2 eta. for each continued insertion. Liberal deduction* made t? thoso advertising by the year. tsr All Communications should be addressed to the Publisher* post paid. MO??[?tL!LA[N!:Ey??. BA...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 27 September 1850

IION. JAMES L. 01? R. VVV find the following able letter from our immediate Representative, in the Southern Press, written in uii^ wer to an invitation to be present at the great Mass Meeting at Macon, Ga. it is a good sign to sec the people of Georgia anxious to hear from South Carolina politicians. The time has now come for Georgia to lake the leml. \\ ill sin1! meet iii defiance of her solemn resolutions, us a sovereign State should; or permit timid and trading politicians to cover her with disgrace??Anderson Gazelle. w asiiingtox, Aug. 1*2, 1850. Gentlemen : I regret very much 1 hat mv public duties here, forhid my accepting your polite invitation, to attend a Mass meeting of the citizens of Macon, on the 2?nd inst. The alacrity and '/cal of the. people of Georgia in rallying upon the Nashville platform, oxcitcs the liveliest satisfaction in the hearts of all southern men, who believe a decided stand must he taken by our section, if we intend to arrest northern aggression and lo...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 27 September 1850

FROM TEXAS. New Orleans, Sept? 11. Late arrivals have brought dates frofn Texas to the 5th inst,, and Legislative news of a quite important character. Gov. Bell has vetoed the bill presented to him by the Legislature, requiring him to submit to the popular votfi any proposition which may be made by the Federal Government, with the view of purchasing any portion of her territory. On reconsider ing the question the Houso sustained the Governor, and the bill was lost; The Legislature adjourned over to the third Monday in November.?Varoliniati. Gov. Town's Proct.amatinv? Macon, Sep. 23, 11.30 p. m. Gov. Tows has issued his proclamation, calling a convention of the ' people, in obedience to the acts of the last Legislature, file election for delegates is to take place on the 25th day of November next. The convention will meet at Milledgevillo on the 10th of December. [Carolinian. Washington, Sept. 21?p m. The senate has been engaged on the Civil and Diplomatic Approbation bill, Forty tho...

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. — 27 September 1850

THE TWO SECTIONS. We make the following extract from the recent spcccli of Hon. I. E. Holmes, in the House of Representatives: But suppose that the South has sagacity to perceive the danger, and spirit enough to counteract it, what toon will be the condition of the North? In the loss of the Union, they lose the very sources of their ^prosperity. What was New England lue fore the Union was established? What is she now? What must she become when left to hrr own intelligence, sagacious as it is; her own industry, untiring as it may be? The jlncw rmgiami states, when Colonics were industrious, virtuous, comforta"bie societies, with nothing to export but stores and fish. They could not manufacture, because their industry was at the will of a great manufacturing nation, who denied to them a tmarket. They labored hard and 'lodUed with admiration upon the productive South, whose labor purchased foreign luxuries; the exchanges of whose industry furnished the exchanges for Northern imports, a...

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. — 4 October 1850

lj.!iijj?ll*iLi.iiLLi,-l L?'?!?LI1!?l!?L..?'_?A- 1 .'?. ujj.i ?l p< ' ! .! ?ui !,U!M.ii])< w uwi.'ji.u ?u hi ' n? ' i'. i.imuh.i " . ' . - !.' ' ' - u ' ' ' ?" ' " " ' '' "i i'"nw i^ TO TlltS'i: OWK fiKir HE TKl t, AND IT Mt'ilT TOLlOW, A8 THE KfOllT TH? t?At, THOU OA^*?T HOT HlK* UK f Al.SK TO ANT MAN." VOI,- !. PICKENS COURT HOUSE, S. C., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 1, (850. NO 29 n 'a his KDOWfiE COURIER, r.HMTRD VXD runU.SJILO WliKKI.Y B* trimmiek <fc lewis. > W.iK. Easi.ey, Editor. i ' ' 't ' ' * v 4' 1 1 " ?v 1 t terws. une IJOllar and Fifty Cont? f<>r fmr \ ear's sol, Kcription when paid within tlnon rtiv.ntluvTwo dollar* if payment is delayed to the closc of the rahscciptiou year. All :iub*criptioiis not clearly limilcj, will be t msiderol as mule for nn indefinite time, and continued till a di'cuittimiancu is ordered and all arrearages pai l. AJjerliwintnU inserted at 75 cents per square or thu fir?t ..isortion, nnil 37 1-2 rts. for each jntlnued insertion. Liberal de...

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. — 4 October 1850

KEOYVEE COURIER Friday, OcJober 4, 1830. With a view of accommodating our Su ' oritur# \rno live ai a instance, mc following ; gentlemen arc authorized and requested to art a* agent* in receiving and forwarding 9ub eriptons to the Kkowe Coirilr, vit: Maj. W. S. OniHitAM, at West Union. Howard Hughes, Esq., " Horse Slioe. K.P. Vkrner, K?q., " Bachelor's Retreat M. P. Mitotiri.L, Esq.. 41 I'iokeiwvill?. J. K. ilAOonn, " IWOITC Mile. J.T. Wcoo. for Anderson District. Tiie Mass Meeting at Pendleton.?We have room to give our readers only a very cursory and im- j perfect account of what was paid and ' done at this important meeting, we ! an i> Im/tniiPA ??nr*n i?/l 11 CtkJ IIIi|.V?l 1 (1 I 11 ^ UV* IIUCU >> I IC^UUI II , unci all such meetings in South Carolina of infinite mr nient. Not that there is any doubting or hesitation here; not that there is any want of union among ourselves, but that it is important the people should speak, j so that our sister States of the Scnth may k...

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. — 4 October 1850

ABANDONING HER COLONIES.?It would appear by the annexed extract from a letter from Jamaica, that Great Britain intends to abandon her West India colonies. "The Southampton steamer arrived here a few days ago, and her news is pregnant with evil, throwing all the inhabitants of the British West India Islands into glocm uml despair, notwithstanding the inisfortunes of the present dav. "The Governor of this Island (Sir Charles E. Grey,) and all others swaying British command in the West Indies, have received circulars from the Home Colonial Secretary of State, to the efle?t that after the first day of June, 1851, each colony will be compelled to support its own nultfni u n?liihlicl?mon4 oo (Kn ......j %/utuMnwDiiavin 00 un; CiUUlUII" lies at home deem it expedient to withdraw the respeetive British force from each settlement or colony. Should this infamous threat he carri ed into execution his Imperial Maesty ofMayti will be empowered to extend and strengthen his empire, as not a white ...

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. — 4 October 1850

<?Et>KG&{ (ONVENTION. Th? following is the proclamation of (Jov, TVowns, in relation to n Convention of the people in (leorgin: To the elector# <>f Georgia?Greet- , in*: ilalnjr been officially informed- i that ii?e Congress of (ho United S:ateslms admitted California into the UnVon of the States of the Com | federacy, upon equal terms with the original Slatos, a duty devolves upon mo, in the performance of which. I , ? . ? ^ .... snail Tresspass upon tliu public but briefly. An unfeigned deference for public opinion, and 4.he profound regard 1 entertain for the wisdom, firmness and patriotism of my feUow-citivens of Georgia, will not justify me in a, paper of this character, in repeating 1 my known and unchanged opinions as to the duty of the South in repelhlijr fl'f>i>snil nnrronohmpnt. unit nr. resting, by all proper means, usurpation by Congress. Whatever is compatible with tli<> I honor and obligations of Ihe people j of this Slate to the eountrv, it...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 11 October 1850

'-'? ' ' '"^' -IHUJ Jl-L- IL t.'lJU I'll J ' .^MJ_ . . : ?.!. I.|J| IB |'| .H . I. ' I ! I^llflllla ' I jft. il MIL ! ft* I < IJ ' 1.1 ! II!'. mil 1JK.I I'M j?M".'.i|i MH.il '' MJ AJ?lj ! ._! L ! 1 - II. 1J . lliilll i I.I Mil I ' I l?fl I!!.I " TO THINK OWN SKI.F UK TRl'K, AXD IT UUVT FOttOVT, AS THE MIOHT IKK DAT, THOU CAM'liT WOT lHKK UK FALSE TO ANT MAN." ^ ; __J ' > ^ VOL. ?. rlCKEISc? COURT HOUSE, S. C., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1850. NO 521 fa W -tTTB i~r-.-~t?g-r--rxrv- "" ,1 -.?- f^-.- r-*?.^.-*=*=0*. 1 I 11 .-v. -t.^rr-.T- t-^?, T-r.-.-w-~v - t? .. ; rr f.-.--?-.i 1. iT-rrrnrr -rr.-r^erat==^ ?ntir? t f\n 1 ,* .? -a n 1 ~ -' ? -* -- ? J ii n KEOWIRK tOlIRIllR, rUNTSU AND 1-COr.lallKD WlfMCI.V HY TRIMMIER A LEWIS. VV. K. F.aittt V.AU TI3KOTS. One Dollar riuI Mftr Cent* for one venr'n ?ub i terlpiion when pnM witliin thrfo months, Two do'Jars :f oaymont is to the close of the ulxcription year. All ?mb?priptlon* not clearly Hfnifed. will lie considered n* made for fin indefin...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 11 October 1850

kkowki: co?; hier Friday, ?cfolict* 11, 1850. "Willi ii view of accommodating our Su cribcru who live at n distance, the following Kontlcincn nre authorized find requested to ncttragcnti in receiving nnd forwarding Sub criptom to the Keowek Coviixr, vir: M\J. W. S. Grimiiam, nt West Union. Kdw.vrd Hu< iiK.s.Kaq., " llorso Shoo. 1?. 1*. VKasKii, K-jq., " ftnchulor'v Retrofit M. F. Mitchell, Lsq.. " 1'iekeiiBville. J. K. If.iaoan, " T\vcl?-o Mile. 1 'p f... a-.-l . u. i. 11 r.jo, iui ixuuvrBfin i^isinct. Secession*.?There are two parlies in the South, Secessionists and Suhtnissionists?a party composed of men in whose loyal hearts the love of liberty is a stronger and warmer feel ing than love for their Northern brethren, and w ho arc therefore do termined to defend and maintain the best of those rights which God was good enough to give to their fathers; and a party who esteem more highly M lint "1 ' <111(11 IIIUJT Iliu jJIl'HSt'li lO dill "II1C recollecticns of the past" than (h...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 11 October 1850

I FOREIGN NEWS. Baltimore, Oct. 4. Further by the Crmbria.?Preparations aro making in Vienna to meet Gen* Jrlaynau on his return with loyal devotion. The Austrian minister in London has been instructed to demand punishment of those who assaulted him. President Napoleon has returned to PaVis from his late journey throarh !the principal towns ofFrance. 'I he only important political incident of the week, in France, is the discovery of another Orleans plot. The documents connected with it do not appear to implicate any one in particular. The Danes and Holsteiners continue to have a few skrmishes, but the I former decline to enter inta a general i battle. rrM /*<? ? 1 * i ne onojera 1 as broken out in China, and the Governor of Macao has been carried off by the disease. f Char. Cour. The Slave Bill Excitement at ; I Pittsburg.?Public Meeting* and I J Indignation.?There continues to be J ?rron t OYpllnmnnl "4 ?'I --- v.>v>iuulbll^ JL UIIU VI- | cimty in regard to the fugitive sl...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 11 October 1850

FROM TEXAS. By llie steamship Portland, Gal-! vest 011 papers to J lie 20th inst. have , been received at New Orleans. In repaid to the Texas boundary I'nn/tnitir >\*ior<A<l ' uim n iiivii icitnuj i'uratu vuugll'S8) | the Journal savs: The proposition (o Texas, we have uo hesitation in saying, will be accepted, and thus the excitement which 1ms agitated the country will be nut to rest. Wo could have desired mat our boundary had been different and that the provision in the bill, inserted 'doubtless for (ho benefit of tlio rrcdi tors ofTexas, reserving five mill'ons ; until their reccpts arc held at Washington city, had been stricken out. These important alterations might liaye been made through our Legis- i lature, but that body has shown itself by its action, or rather non-action, to be ^o entirely unreliable and inefficient that there is now no other i resort for Texas than to accept the proposition as it stands. The Huutsville llem of the 11th mst. savs a meeting was hold...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
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