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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 23 November 1850

* *. . | ?ltr!^j -ii minimum > - im.*? jt ( ?' * uulxj.jg>.^i,-j^klj.iij?\?i?iijpj?'-ui 1 .j*? -j.i j . mi.my.uiji'.ili t'yy.i?i raju 'xlil ?mj.. jl.il ii'i" .'. i. if <. i. . h.hm , u < i".u i?.i h .. .?h i. i . m i m i . > i w*^mwwmmmbk " to tiiine owk 3slf uk tkue, and it mojt volt.ow, a.3 the NlUlir the day, t1i0l* can'8t not turn be false to ant man." tl ,1 ffl)lll^'|'| v ' ' i|" . f: ; ^ ^ ' * ''* ' ; ' r VOIJ. 2. PICKENS COURT HOUSK, Si Ojj SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 33; 1850. NO 27 TUK KfiOWEK CJOUniJEK, *I*INTI;D AND PUHCtSlIKD WEKKI.Y BY TRIMMIER i lift WIS, W. K. E.\slf.V, Editor. Ti'lKMS. Ono Dollar nn<l Fifty ConU for one year's sub n?ri|)tion when Dftiil witbin mrmH.w 'I'.-,* dollars \f payment is delayed to the close of the nubseription year. All subscriptions not clearly limited, will bo oousidered as made for an iiuleliuite tone, ami cuutimiod till a ilMcontinuur.ee is ordered and *11 arrearages paid. Advertisement* inserted a' 'T cents per square r the li...

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 November 1850

KlioHv E^COURIEIl Kalurdajr, IVot. 93, 185?. With * view of accommodating our Su roribeni who !lre at a diatanco, the following gentleman ate authorized nnd requested to uct as agents in reccivtiig rind ftlriv rirding Sub *ript?n? to the Kkowi?k Coibtkb, vii: i v Maj. W. S. Ohipiiam, at West Union. Kkw^p.u Huuhks, Ksq., " lIor*c Shoe. E. I'. Ykhnku, Esq., " IWholor'a Retreat m. r. atrtcur.LL, Ksq.. " I'ickrnsviHe. .J. E. _ " Twelve JItle. T J. WkiBj foj An?lor-?on District. We are necessarily compelled to be absent for some few weeks, during which time Our Pn per will he under the management of a friend. P1CKEN& Qur District and our Village, we love and would cherish and encourage. r" \A'? I.?,l ? i ? > v. nine iiuvi ->i#niu u^jjunuiuiy ui seeing and- k'howing, that our citizens are in a prosperous state, exhibiting signs of industry, ^nterprize, and improvement. We are cheered and feel grateful that a kind Providence has smiled upon us, and has not only given our District...

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 November 1850

HAMDUKH. j A con'MSpondent, writing to the Philadelphia Bulletin, under date of Oct. 10, ' say Yesterday was the birth-day ol the Kinder Ifynssia, and wna eelebi-atcd with great flriogjpf cannon and church rot^sic in #| tlio city. rKoJCing is very, popular here now, and from aLI,,c^n gather in private, ? there is not any very stroyy disinclination to J' an eventual incorporation ot llambunrh with his Government. I'ew would dr.ru say anything about in public, but still, .in ! caso of nny general war in this part of 'lIM- ,1ropa, I should not be at all surpnsed at such' g a result. Of coutso, such an event would v be a most fortunate one for Prussia." Monky Easy Earned.?Tho fees of the , , . ant' - . ? _ . . ? uociors who attended Sir Kobert I'eel, after tho accidejiJ. which deprived him of his life, have just bectt paid by his executors. Thero wero seven,' doctors?one received * twelve bundled and twenty dollars, three 51 received five hunbred dollars each, u one poor devil of an apo...

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 November 1850

ybE'fra^. if Y o wy. By tb? ?>trapja hpating of my heart, Finding oo placo for all it?,joy? By thoflocoft t?ar? that wet my choelc, Liko dew drops from tho summer #ky? By tliie wild rush '.hrough every vein This choked and trembling tono, Aurchnrevd with bli?x it e*?nr>t full ? I feol thou art my own. And vet it ennnot all bo trv.e. rvo (Jrchtned nthonMnd wilder droaia*; But this is briffWcr wilder far. Than even tlie wildest seeina, I've dreamed of wondrou* rpirit dimes, Of glcrlee and of bliM<?3 won; But ne'er before did vision come, To eay thou wert my own! My own! my own! i.? .is crazing rn, My life-brenth eeem* to ebb Away; And o'er ami o'er ami (.'.ill apain, The pamo dear words I Pay! I know?-T know it must be truo, /lncl hero with heaven and love alou*, I hold thee next my lieart of heart*, Tor thou art all my own! From (no Literary Meaeen^er. TVO MA y. Kot lhin\ not thino' i* tho glittering rre3t, J IIC ^14. !ir Hi lilt* FIUMV WIHU' JllliniC? .dnd the badgo thnt gl...

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 November 1850

BP ' l.< H i "' . mm? , .i^M^M^i.i.i. ><1 .|Tiiwr?t?vy'^i"wr.i< 'm . " TO THINE OWN SULK BE TItUB, AND IT MUliT I'OLLOVf, A1 Tail NIOMC fHS D ir, TIIOU OAN'^T NOT TIIS>* UK FALSE TO ANY MAN." VOL. 2. PICKENS COURT HOUSE, S. C., J'ATUIIDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1850. NO 28 THE I^JEOWEE COURIER, PAINTED AND PUBLISHED W'KBKLT BT TRTMMIEU A LEWIS. VV. K. Easley, Editor. TKR.TI.S. Ona Dollar and Fifty Cents for one year's r ncrlption when j>aid within tluoe months, T dollar* if ui\vmcnt is didnved to the closo of t subscription venr. All anbicriptious not cloarly limited, will considered as made fur an indefinite time, n continued till a discontinuance is ordered a nil arrearages pai l. A Icertixtmciiis inserted at 75 cent* per *qur r tlin fir<t Insertion, and 37 1 " ct-". for en continued insertion. Liberal deductions inn to thoAo advertising 1>y the year. t?r All Comn/ntnica'.ioiH should be address fo tlm Publisher* post paid. (^ ?Vtl l!l? HMS6 o-l- ? ^ ? * A ' mb- j hi...

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 November 1850

plain requisition of the Constitution. J'lic most disgraceful riots have oeeiircdat Host on ond Detroit endangering the safety and insulting the persons of citizens of the South. Resolutions have been passed throughout the land by meetings oi both churchmen and laitv, deelairing their intention to resist the law, and demanding its repeal. Our citizens, w ho !,ave gone north for fugitive slaves, \\ hieli the Con v: I H i, I *i r > i. > > i' I 11 > I . 111 < w 1 ,1... ?M UUWH KJI l??\ V. HlU Vi (UKl 1411' act of congress require (o bo restored to them, have been hunted down like felons?their persons being* described by |)]n*cnrds posted up in the streets ami they hav been arre.-ted under the most iVivolous pretext, and required in a strange land to gi\e* excessive bail."' J be act instead oi restoring us our slaves, only demonstrates the fact lhat this anti-slavery leelinjf at the Is'orth is already stronger than the law and the Constitution. '1 he passage o( the law wa...

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 November 1850

LEGISLATIVE. Coi-i MiiiA, Nov. 25, 8 p. in. Tlio Legislature con veiled lliis day. In the Senato lion. 11. F. W. Alston was elected l're-ideiit?tho voto being for Alston,'27; Moses, 11. A memorial of Mr. Black was presented contesting the seat of Gen. Ad inn as Senator from ltichland District. Gen. Ad.nn indignantly denied tlio allegations of the memorial, and it was laid on the table for the present. Tho Senate adjounicl at '2 p. in. In the House C'ol. James Simons was elected Speaker on the '2nd ballot?the vote being (or Simons, 01; Middleton 53. Tho subordinate oll!s:oi\s were not voted for. Both Houses have voted to invito the 1 ton. L. Cbovoa ton seat within the bar, an 1 a canon; will l?o hold this evening at 7 o'clock, to devise suitabio arrangements for his reception. i C<)Lfiini.\, Nov. 25, 0. p. in. A cauciu of the member* of tlie Legislature w?U held this evening. Mr. Mazy ok of the Senate in the Chair, and Mr. Hiehttrdson of the llouso Secretary. Mr. Carew of the Sena...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 30 November 1850

P OE TRY. " TI1E IlHALT 11." I till thi? cup fo on* mado up Of lovcluicii nlono, A vnman. of her gentler ??x The .teeming paragon; To whom tlio better elements Aivl kindly ?tar.< have given A form so fair, that, like tho -Mr, Ti? leu of earth than ho.v. en lfer rerr tone i* music'* own, Like thove of morning bird*, An.l something: m< re tlmn mclodj Dwells ovt ii in lior words; The coinage of her heart nre ther, Anil firm lier Iip? rnoh flow* An one mar Fee (he burdened boo Forth issue from (he roeo. Affections arc as thought* to i?or, Tl.e measure* of her hours: Her fec'linsa hivo th> fm<*roin??r Tlt^ freslinev* of voting flowers; /n 1 lively passion? changiuj oft, S<< li'.l lu'r, *ho npp ar? T1i ? hr:;o of thstwolvc* by turn*,? Tho idol of past year;! Cf li*r bright face one p?n:icc will trnoo .1 picture on tho brain, j ylml ofl^er voiec in cchoing hearts I sound must !o:ig remain; But memory, Mich m mine of licr, So very much endears, Yi'hen dentil i* nigh my Int...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 7 December 1850

Bi-j i [ i i mi i i i nwrrrrn i i i i i wm i n i l" "?to thine own self de truk, and it mu8t follow, a8 the niqiic the day, thou can'st not then he false to any man." VOL. 3. PICKENS COURT HOUSE, S. C., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1850. NO 2'.) THE KJEOWKE COUKIRK, 1'IHNTKD AND rUBMSIIKD WEKKLV BY T1UMMIEH ct LEWIS. W. K. Easley, Editor. TERMS. Olio Dollar nn<l Fifty Cents for one year's sul> feCription wlion paid within threo months, Two dollars if payment is delayed to the clone of the subscription year. All subscriptions not clearly limited, will be Considered as made for an indefinite time, and continued till a discontinuance is ordered and h\1 arrearages paid. Adterliscmcnts inserted at 75 cents per square or the first insertion, ami 87 1-2 cts. for each continued insertion. Liberal deductions made to those Advertising l?y the yetxr. CSgT All Communications should be addressed to tbo Publishers post paid. tlovcrnovN iflc^agc. Executive I>ctwHTiiK.Yr, Columbia, Nov. 2Ctli, 18...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 7 December 1850

the Magn^tio Needle, I herewith submit. I suggest the propriety of on annual nppriation to remunerate tho persons who may bo employed in taking the ncccssary observations; also that it be made obligatory on every surveyor, to rccord on his plot tlio variations of tho needle, as officially! registered in tho Book prepared by \ i?jn. i mnvr, copies OI WHICH I have put 1 into the possession of the Legislature. I herewith communicate a copy of a digest of the road laws, prepared at my solicitation, as President of the State Agricultural Stato Agricultural Society, by the Hon. Jesinh J. Kvans, one of our Associate Judges in the Courts of Law. The great importance of the subject, and the very able and judicious manner in which it has been treated, will doubtless induce the Legislature to print it for the uso of the people. . Although the mind of our cnmmnnili? not boon prepared by public discussiou, or perhaps private in'ercinngc of views, on tbo subject, yet, it is my deliberate opinion,...

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 December 1850

South Carolina Institute,jp-In looking^over the list of premiums awarded by the committee appointed for that purpose, we find the following: "Willow JSasket, Mrs. L. Kilroy, Pickens S. C., A Diploma." I horn is no doubt about the mistake in the name, (it should be Mrs. L. Kelly,) for we find no account of any other JJaskets sent from this District, and we are informed that Mrs. Kelly did send such articles of her own make, to the Fair. Wc hope the mistake will be corrected, and that Mrs. K. may enjoy the reward of her industry and ingenuity. Mrs. K. is a lady of no ordinary capacity, and baskets are not the on ly results of her mechanical skill. She is the mother of fifteen children, looks hearty and strong now, and frequently walks fifteen or twenty miles in a day. She makes a neat lly brush, a good pair of shoes, a spining wheel, a good chair, and bottoms it, or a cart wheel, besides many other articles of domestic utility _ Lakcf. Pr.kit.?Uiulcr this liend the Sumter Watohujmi no...

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 December 1850

IOUE1GJN NEWS. TJio British mnil steamer Europa arrived at Boston on the 28th ult. having left Liverpool on llie 10th. A Hairs in France are quel. Louis Napoleon has sent a message to thci assembly disclaiming ambitious \ lews which was received'with much sat isfaction. A misunderstanding coi lainly exists between Frusia and Austra. All Gcr many, wilh Austria and Bavaria are in arms. 'I lie Prussians had a engagement wilh the Austria ns in which a number of lives were lost on 1 both sides. England and Russia have offered their medialin for the purpose of settling the (jcrmanic difficulty, ; which is likely to be arrangeed. SC The now three cent pieces which Congress did not authorize, and ! which of course were not issued have received the commendations of the press in all parts of the country for their great beauty and convience. The story of their issue was coined by an i:? r. i.:? i : i /V.i.? euiiur uuiii uid UWII uiuiii) <uiu ynivi: i many others issues of the same mini) is ...

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 December 1850

~*rr 4 < * *> i* V ^ qpKE cs^wcaataui^ _ 14 l |^*"'*^- ? ^ * ' 70 THINK 0WN 8KLF BK TRUE? AND IT MU8T FOLLOW, A3 THE NIOIIT TUB DAY, TIIOU CAN 8V NOT THEN BK FALSK TO AMTt MAN. VOL. 2. PICKENS COURT HOUSE, S. C., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1850. NO 30 THE KEOWEE courier, raiNTKD AND FUBL1BIIKD WEEKLY BY TRIMMIER it LEWIS. W. K. Easley, Editor. TERlflS. Ono Dollar and Fifty Cent? for ono year's sub Bcription when paid within tnree months, Two dollars if payment is delayed to the close of the subscription year. All subscriptions not clearly limited, will bo considered as mndo for an indefinite time, nnd continued till a discontinuance is ordered and all arrearages paid. yirfver/fatfmenf.i inserted at 7fi cents per square or the first insertion, and 87 1-2 cts. for each continued insertion. Liberal deductions made to those advertising In the year. tar All Communications should be addressed | to the Publishers post paid. IP, O K Y'JlYa THE INDIAN'S PRAYER. Lot mc go to iny homo in tho...

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 December 1850

? -r JBP? j=^=* \VA SH i WOTd?, Jk iiC' U> iSv0. 1 senate. - < Ti * Senate jpf the itnited States, * pursuar Mfo law, assembled this day 1 at 12 o ?oek, and was called to or- 1 der by fho President pro tempore.? I here were lorty Senators in their 1 seats. On motion by Mr. Sturgeon, it or- ' j is prdered that the Secretary of the ' Senate inform the House that a quo- : rum was present, and ready to proceed to buo'.ness. ! * It was also ordered that the Senators be allowed the usual number of ' ? i 'I-- > ~i% <11IU 111(11 IIIU liUli I UI inqefiug shall be 152 o'clock till other- j 1 wise ordered. A message was received stating 1 ihU a quorum cf the House was in at tendance, and ready to proceed to business. Mr, Berrien offered the usual res- 1 olution, which wnt adopted, that a 1 ' ' '* *' i.uuiiuiiicu wi nvu muiuuers 01 lno Senate be appointed to art with a , like committee of tho Hoese, to wait ' oh the President of tlie United Slates and inform him that the two Houses ...

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 December 1850

1 I i III I I i Amorte tho passengers in tho Pacific, which finned from Ctmrgres on tjij^. 11th instwns William, Prince of Wir^mpey on his way to New Oilcan^. Hojh?bcortTrnvling from homo for 20 ycar^Wyo inO New York Tribune. NOTICE. THE heirs at law of Nancy Fei>;j guson, de\l., are hereby notified to bo and appear in the court.of Ordinary on 2nd Monday in January next to make a settlement v ith the Executor of the last will and testament of said deceased. J. G. FERGUSON* Ex'r. Pickens G. II., Nov. 17, 1850. ; oa_ At 11. NEW GOODS WE are now receiving a large lot of new and Seasonable G 0 O D S , consisting in part of Plaid Linsoys, Printed Tweeds, Cloths, Fancy do. Cassimcres, Sattinct, Barathea Vesting, Fig\l T. R. Prints j Black and Fancy Alpaccas, Kid Gloves, Shawls, Kentucky Jeans, Shirtings, Hals and Gaps, Shoes, &c.; BOSSY; Fine Gold Breast Pins, assorted, * " " Studs, u " Rings, " o/\ TT_? r^\ l ou nour v^iocks, Alarm " Looking Glasses, Cedar Pails, Keelers, Buckets,...

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 December 1850

^inisoid.OTES. ? There is, as our citizens know, a * church in the upper part of Broadway, with no very just pretensions to the character of a cathedral; nevertheless, with its w< oden steeple 1 olid wiudovi'S) 'tis quite a biiotj i in its way; -so much so that it lias \ llpen fn11 nf 1 nvnprliont (n arant o nlior. ?_ vvr Vivv>v U VII?|J | cl for the pbor of its congregation, j One of the vestry, benevolently in- \ dined, Was went to travel some (lis- j tance to be shaved by a poor barber, j 5 a brother churchman, and what is , fctill'flKJre remarkable, a Dutchman, -j After the daily crop had been reaped from his pious chin, in the plentitude ^ of his satisfaction hewnnW enmftimoo i t - ?- ? "**-* w*/??IV v) become garrulous. .- One day, he told John that they (mear iug the vestrv,) had concluded to erec, a church Tor him. lAh! vat ish dat??a church r for me?' lNo, not for you only, but for all the poor of the church. The i poor people, you know, John,1 em-' phuiizing the poor...

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 December 1850

y tm 4k # Ww ? .4 h ' Jjjiua '1 SJULJ U 11. " II 1,,'Ull I -lAl? I 'H ''. 1,'frl M nililiaii ? I U 1 II Mil I I J- . '? I " , '-'I-IIJ?[!i!J-lBiMW^IB^BMiiHii-' J. .'i.i Pi?.ii>w ? ? H n Wii _ i I I I hi. ,i j . Ijilji I* ! J! JI Mill 'J? " y?:" , . , t? J OVOIfJ f ' - _ ' . > W ?? TO THINK OWN SELF Bli TUUK, AND IT M178T FOLLOW, A3 TIIR NIOrtT +ItR DAY", TUOU (JAN^T MOT TlMy fru 1WLHK i'u a?I" iiAN." a . .a.-. .. -a-.,.-,. ... :: ? ' " . ?< ? ' ',{) ?i t t\\ Mioilih i ' ' ?? * -Trmr.-rr^n^-? ?-.r :?? . ? ? . lu .. Ii. . ""'if. ' - 11 < r? ? . ~ r.-TJt-g-.- i.t.-i- miwiwt hi? ii u <v? *1 . 7^ _," . cmiv'w r ~ ir-Kj <>'in no,i, 1 ; ;i1 .' *V"V" ~ VOL ?= PICKENS COURT HOUSE, S. C., ATOUfcAY, DECEMBER 21, 18&0. NO 31 ll-l-M- ? I i > ? - - THE KEOWEG COV11IRU, PRINTED AND FUUM6IIKD WKKKLY 1IY tkimmiek <fc lewis. W. K. Easley, Editor. tE nn?. I uno Hollar nn<l FiTty Cents for one year's sub ncription when paid within throe months, Two dollars if pay men 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. — 21 December 1850

Hfo? in the spring. In the next place lhat convention should take into con-! aideration the present quest'..na, and all other matters connected with the wron/ars of which we complain. Let them lay down a platform on which the State could act, and provide for :the representation of South P nrnlinn I *n the Southern Congress. If we determine to act in conjunction with our sister States of the south, the establishment of such a platform would Eive a basis of action, and would thus avc a good effect. I Some gentlemen believed that any action by this State would operate against us in the other States. //e did not believe so, nor was it recommended to us to do nothing. The ' 1 inisiiviiic uonvennon unci recommended a southern Congress; but the^ had not recommended no movement?they recon?n^ended no indefinite postponement' of the question. That body did not advise us to attempt the recovery of our rights in - the Union- //e was willing to do as they counselled?send delegates to n southern ...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 21 December 1850

tile to slavery. Cotton will grow, whether under culture of the white or black; and what is far is far better; the cotton grown by the white culturist will b? manufactured bv the white operator at his Southern factories. What a spectacle to hope for! What a beautiful destiry for the opening of the twentieth century! me -sixteen Hundred millions dollars worth" of slaves would not, with this prospect before them, be worth sixteen hundred million pennies. The alternative with the South is to reopen the agitation of the past year. A second feature in tnis calculation, presents itself in the dangerous increase of the slave over the white, as shown by tbo cenetis of 1790 and and 1840. This increase, throughout j me oouin, average 37 per cent, to 28 of the white; and at this rate the slave doubles more than five times while the former is doubling four. The increase is not uniform, for in somo States, uh in Maryland and Virginia, progression is greater, but the white population also multipl...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 21 December 1850

?? . i ... y - ^ . , ; Washington, Dec. 11, 1850. SRNATE. Mr. Butler introduced a hill to pay to South Carolina the sums advanced by that State to support troops engaged during the Florida war. Kc terred to Ihp committee 011 Military Affairs. Mr. Butler introduced a bill to change the times of holding the criminal court of the District of Columbia. Mr. Gwin introduced a resolution directing an inquiry into the expediency of increasing the salaries of the Judges of the Northern and Southern districts of California. Mr. //ale moved to amend by inserting vand the salary of the district Judge in New '.Hampshire,' which was agreed to, and t e resolution was agreed to. The Senate then proceeded to the consideration of the private calendar, nnrl 1 Kn K.II-. ? ?? 1 * umi ?nw lunuiriii^ U11IM tYere pilSSCllBill lor the relief of Allen S. Jonoihill for the relief ofAfaj. Kendrick; bill for the relief of the representatives of John Rice Jones; a bill allowing the exchange of certain school lan...

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