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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 28 December 1850

TK * -!l ? Hia?=cr- w,..,|3agmaimcaa||^JL v.,, , . ?y? ,. -. . ^?7r^.? .-., .....? pp^^? ""f1"* * " - ??~~1 fT?f?~ "" - ^ , v./vw.y. \ 1 iV # V." i\?Wvt W i ' iri ti 'V ?' ''' / j> ., >fi , ' ' ' ' ' itoj * ?? TO THINE OWN S?tV BK TRUR, AND IT MttST FOLLOW, AS THB NIQHT TUB DAT, THOU QAN'ST NOT T*MN BB VALitZS TO ANT MAN." ^;v- r? i!::': i ?':M' '. ,,MP;;v/i 'tr^f ^,T . . i. i VOL. 2. ; PICKENS COURT HOUSE, S. C., >XTURDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1850. NO *3 ? ... ... ... .... ,. . . ill : ' ' THE KfiOWEE COURIER, PRINTBD AND PUDLIBIIKD WEEKLY BY trimmieh a lewis. W? K. Easley, Editor. TlEltffltS* Ono Dollar and Fifty Gents for one year's b\i1> acription when paid witlnn throo months, Two dollars if payment is delayed to the clo.se of the Subscription year. All subscriptions not clcarly limited, will bo feonaidorod an made for an indefinite time, and Continue:) h discontinuance in ordered find nil arrearages pni 1. inserted at 75 cent- por square or the first insertion, and 87 1-2...

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 December 1850

FROM WASHINGTON Tho President, the Cabinet, Mr. Cloy, G cn. Scott aid S thousand others attendod the Lind concert' Receipts $18,000. In Congrei the military committee have rep. iied a bid to refund South Crolinathe oxpcnses incurred in fitting out troops for the Floridia war. Also a bill to establish n western armory. The death of Hon. Mr. i IlnrmonRon hoinrr unnmioftil I -0 ?.?vw..vvm| wvu a ivuovn adjourned. GIiT! TIOIV. AN ELECTION will he held in the Court House on th second Monday in January next for an lnt?ndant and four Wardens for the Town Council of Pickens. Managers, J. W. Norris, W. K. Easly, G. A. Taylor. By order of Council. E. M. KEITII, Town Clerk. Pickens C. H., Dec. 26, 1850. HEAD QUARTERS. Columbia, December 17, 1S50. GENERAL ORDER, No. 1. VV. S. Lyles, Mnxcy Gregpr, J as. M. Nelson, Robert Moorman, Thos. P. Butler, R. N. Gourdin, Samuel ivwinwnn. Will in m t-r t<\rnn? t i M. Keitt, and R. S. Bedon, Esqs. having been appointed Aid-de-camp to his Excellency the G...

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 January 1851

. ?TO THINE OWN 3KLF UK TRUK, AND IT Ml/sJT KOLLOW, A.1 TUii NIOrir Tim DAT, THOU OAx'ST NOT TUliN DH ITA.I.'JU TO ANT MAN." VOL- J- PICKENS COURT HOUSE, S. C., SATURDAY, JANUARY 4, 1851. NO S# ' i *. i o > '*' ;! 1 i H V i . f v ?u- i" - - -s a*. \ t tiie KKOWftl? COUKERR, HlUNtKD AND rUDM&IIKD VVKEK I V ftY THlilMIER <fc LEW IS. w. k.. kasley, Editor. T12 lit ItS. 0'\o Dollar and Fifty Cents fur ovu; v?,nr,? -vib .crij>ti?>n when paid within thriven iiiiOt.s, Two dollar*if oixyinont is delayed to tlic close of the Huhscription year. All subscriptions. not clearly limited, will bo considered as nwidc for an indefinite time, and 'continued till ft <li (continuance is m-ilorvil nml nil arrearages pai.l. A'lvcrtinrmtnt* irnorted ftt 75 cunt per <?qti:irc or I He Hr*t huertion, anil 37 1-2 ct-\ for each continued insertion. Liberal <1ciluct:oiih iuas!o to tlw*e advertising by tlio yonr. All On irminicntioict should lie n Mresso 1 ' to tlio Phbltaliur-* puit pni...

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 January 1851

. A Bi UL To Provide for tha Defence qftlwState. 1. Be it enacted by the Senate aniJ ITotie of Representatives now met and sitting in Genera! Assembly, and bv authoiitv of tlio cmv?? 'Pu..* .. - -j - - ,..w * iku a jfosril of Ordnance hci and is hereby established, to consist of the Adjutant and Inspector General ami five other persons, tabe appointed by the Governor. nnd tlini ?li? l? ? officio President of said Board. And it shall he the duly of the sj id Hoard to examine the condition ofallordanoe, ammunition, small arms, ordnance stores, gun carriages, and other equipments, shots, shells, &c., bolonffUlfr to the Stiltfi. wlm Imvn Slink matters in charge, for reports on the condition, location of such articles, and the said board shall have access > to the arstenals. magazines, &.C., of \ 4he State, at such times as they shall proper. 2. Arid he it further enacted by the authority aforesaid, That the said Board shall take proper means for the preservation of the articl...

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 January 1851

? - x'_r. rir: DISSOLUTION OF COPARTNERSHIP. EB. BENSON & SON have this day dissolved Copartner-1 ship by mutual consent. All persons wluUtiJ l/s * tiviv/ui^u iyj tiivni Cii %J im/QI tJrtriKJSliy requested to make immediate payment. We take (his opportunity of returning our sincere thanks to the citizens of Anderson and Pickens, for the liberal support they have been pleased to give us in our business. E B. BENSON, J. B. BENSON, i Jan. 1,1851. 33?3t ! NOTICE. I I SHALL continue to keep on hand at tlio old stand in Fondle I 1 ? iuii, u mrgi: win general assortment of all kinds of GOODS, wlvcli I will sell as cheap as any other merchant, let Ins, location he in the country or village. E. B. BENSON. Jan. 1,1851. 33?3t Strayed or M?>I? it IT* ROM Mrs. Simpsons, near An_ dersonville, On Wednesday ivght 25th Dc ember, 1850, a Dark Iron ii > ^ vruy jnorse, iu nancis n'gn, U years old, splint on left fore leg, shod all round, some saddle marks on left side, a spot on his face some...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 4 January 1851

J?X-PRESIDENT MONROE'S | HOUSE. A eorr6spodciit of the Nkk*Yv/rk ! Post travelling,in Virginia, gives the | following jnterVslintf account of tlie.| rc^idenco .of tlie late Ex-lVesident j MonrOe, in 1-oucTon connlv : TVftfiwn ovfS . o - i - - -> ?, ^ juvw^r,. liUIKIUll COllIl- ] ty is celebrated as having been the j residence of the late President Men-! roe? who some thirty years since, eereeted on his farm, situated about forty miles from Washington, a splendid brick untiiision, at an expense of some twenty or thirty thousand dollars. It was placed in the een'reof | his farm of four thousand acres, and being on an eminence, has a com- j mantling view of the whole country, | as far as the South mountains. The I house, on a smaller scale, is built atthe P^xn ^10 President's in Washington, has a splended p.o^lco sup ported by S'tveo Tnassive pillars, and is surrounded with large and lofy oak and loeust trees, in front and aroundj a spacious lawn, and flori?hing orchards, which make...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 4 January 1851

EX-PRESIDENT MONROE'S " HOUSE. A e'orrespodcrtt of ihe JVcioYvrk Post travelling in Virginia, gives 1 lie followii^j interesting account ol tlitv residence of the late Ex-President Monrb'e- in I7oodon conpty : MoNKoe-S House.?London conn ty is celebrated as having been the "residence of the late President Mori-1 roe, who some thirty years since, e- j erected on his farm, situated about | forty miles from Washington, aspjen- j did brick mansion, at an expense of somu twenty or thirty thousand dollars. It was placed in the centre of I Ins farm of four thousand acres, anil being on an eminence, has a commanding view of the whole country, as far as the South mountains. The house, on a smaller scale, is built afihe plan of the President's in Wash-1 ington, has a splended povAloo sup j ported by seven massive pillars, and | is surrounded with large and lofty j oak and loeust trees, in front and around, a spacious lawn, and llorish- ' in# orchards, which makes it an oh- i ject of attractio...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 11 January 1851

* * * .. . ? " TO THINK OWN SELF BB THUS, AND IT MUST FOLLOW, AS TUB KtOUT TUB DAY, TUOU OAlfBT NOT THBtf BB FAfcSB f A3TT MAIT." . . '* ' ^ . ' " " " " 1111 " VOI,. 2. PICKENS COURT HOUSE, S. C., SATURDAY, JANUARY l?, 1851. WO N ---n "~rT1 1-1 71 l~"T T--Tftr gas ITT??->r~i i i. i,?L 1 M- 1 ? ? ^ XJt*JS KEOWEE COURIER, rttlKTKD AND PUBL1AIIKD WKKKLY BY THIMMIER A LEWIS. W. K. Easley, Editor. TFiWlffS. One Dolli\r and Fifty Cents for one year's nub j Rprinfiot, wrluin n?!.l mlil.S.. 41 ? m r .. ..v.. rw IVUIU unco mounts, I WO dollars if payment is delayed to tho olose of tho subscription year. All subscriptions not clearly limited, will be considered as mado for an indefinite timi, and continuod till a discontinuance is ordered and all arrearages paid. Advertineintntn inserted at 76 cents per square or mo nrat msortion, nnri 87 1-2 cts. for ench continued insertion. Liberal deductions mndo to those ndvortlaing by the yenr. rw All Communications should bo addressed to the Publiih...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 11 January 1851

x 4 " ? TO THINK OWN SELF OB TttUB, AND IT MUST FOLLOW, A3 TUB NtOttT TUB DAY, THOtf OAif'sT NOT TKBN SB Villi TB AJft MAN." VOL. 2. PICKENS COURT HOUSE, S. C., SATURDAY, JANUARY IX, 1851. HO ?i 1 ir""T~1 1 i in?n i i i i irr?.in1 m ?r- ?i ' LL^? .!? ? -? THE KEOWGG COUKIKDt, FUINTKD AND PUDL16IIKD WKKKI.Y BT TRIMMIER A LEWIS. W. K. Easley, Editor. TKRIVIS. One Dollar and Fifty Cents for one year'* sub scription when paid within three months, Two dollars if payment is dolnyed to the close of the subscription year All subscriptions not clearly limited, will be considered as mado for an indefinite time, and continued till a discontinuance is ordered and all arrearages pai.l. Advcrti*cm?nt* inserted at 16 cents per square or tho first insertion, and 87 1-2 cts. for eitch continued insertion. Liberal deductions inado to those advertising by the year. wr All Communications should be addressed to the Publishers post paid. TR V. GOOD-BYE. 11 BY RAtrn WAIDO T.?K*SON'. Uood-byo, proud world!...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 11 January 1851

ICS O WEE'COURIER Malnrdajr, Jan. 11,1831. ' ?. ?'i'. 1 "rrr11,1 , i_au With * view of accommodating our 8u cjribere V&o live at * distance, the following gentlemen u? lathoriitd and requested to aetae afeuUia receiving and forwarding Sub oriptoa* to the Ksowaa Cooaixa, Tie: Mas. W. 8. 0?!?n*M, at Weat Union. Kowat? Hooasa.Eeq., " Hone Shoe. 8. P. Vsmkm, Eh., " Bachelor's Retreat W. P. Mitchell, Eaq.. " Pickensville. J. B. Haooeo, " Twelve Mile. T J. Waae. for Anderson District. DISTRICT MEETING: Our State Legislature has passed OA act calling a Convention of the people; and ordered an election for Delegates to be held on the 2nd Monday in February next. The election District of Pendleton is entitled to send eight delegates, of whom, we annnn*A fm>r will hn olanta/l fpnm *vui " ? "V Vl?v?vw ?<?.? Anderson and four from Pickens Dis trict. And as it is very important to secure concert and harmony of action among our people^ and to concentrate upon four candidates wbo will be...

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. — 11 January 1851

The small pox appears to bo rery preva lef?t. All over the eustorn section <?f the country from Connecticut to Maryland, we see >y* uptice* in tho papers, that cases arc occurring" Never nod to an acquaintance at an auction. We d d so once, anvi when the sab closed we found four broken chairs, six cracked flower nots, and a knock-knee l hedsland knocked down fo cs. What w had intended as a nod to a frien 1, ha I been taken by the auetionee:- as bids for (he kitchen furniture. The greatest object'on to smart children is, that when they co.iv meoce having wh'skers, they leave off having brains. Boys t hut art philosophers at six years of age arc Smerafly blockheads a twenty-one y forc.n# eh i Ire i a'ong yo get sc much info their hea ls tha hey be come Cracke I in order o.di;. * It is not unfrequen:'y the ?aie "thai vvuen we nave aitaine I the h ug vvt had intense'y 'on^eJ f>r, we In J oar ye vcs -JsappYu ml or a ea ' mui dece.voJ n $!te a itiii! ? o'* haifpipeta wo had atiii...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 11 January 1851

A GERMAN PICTURE. 1 OP THE SCOT C If. 1 Sonto notion of what stands for an * Englishman on the Continental stajye has been conveyed to our readers, and wo are now enabled to add a l. few faint lines of such a portrait of 1 Scotchmen as obtains currency and credence among1 the Germans. A now play was produced at the 1 principal theatre ot Vienna. The , scene is laid in St. Petersburgh; the , real hero is a little animal, known to dog fanciers as a Scotch terrier; but 1 the nominal chief character is a ban- 1 ker from Glasgow, named Sutherland. He had failed in his native ( place, but in Russia he became a great man; for he was the favorite money-dealer oi' the Empress Catherine. We all know the-strength of the Scotch constitution, but we also know the severity of a St. Petersburg winter; yet Mr. Sutherland presents himself to his audience, amidst the frozen scenery of that ice-bound city, ; in what is believed abroad to be the regular every day costume of a citizen of Glasgow; namely...

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. — 18 January 1851

o..<w-^'1^> /"'< * - .veviWW*'' ' ->? ' jNWi :v* -;(^Knc^*:v-:8W ''** <' ' &* * - . ? ,- ? ^.-, ?, ,, ?. ~ * -^..; - - . ng^TT^^!^ N/fr '/>- T : :;i ~ " -. : ,x?^ ? urn * < . . ,, . . "~T0 TIITKE OWN SEL7 BE TKUE, AND IT MUST FOLLOW, AS TUli JOUTir TIW OA.TT, TIIOU OAN'ST iiOl TUEy BK FALSE TO AXT MAX.'* /, y. ,?* I ? VOL. 2. PICKENS COURT HOUSE, S. C., SATURDAY, JANUARY 18, 1851. NO *5 .v.. ... . _i rfjff.T li.il'. ' '<>' " '1 ' THE KEOWEI2 COURIER, PBINTKD AND 1'L'IJLIHHKD WKKKI.Y BY TUIMMIEIt A LEWIS. W. K. Ea^ley, Editor. . TlilUIS. rv rv11 i /* * v/iiu i/oniir nnu i'uiy wonts lor one year's st.b scriptWh when paid with'u three months, T\Vo dollars if puymentls delayed to the closcoftlio subscription yoar. All subscriptions not clearly limited, will be considered as made for an indefinite time, nn<l continued till a discontinuance is ordered and nil arrearages paid. Advertisement* inserted at 75 cents por square or the first insertion, and 87 1-...

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. — 18 January 1851

KEOWEE COURIER Saturday, Jim 18, 1 Hal. ' ~ ' 1 ' 1 ~ ri With a view of accommodating our Su cribors who iir? at a distance, the following s,< gentlemen are Authorized aud requested to ' act a* agents in receiving and forwarding Sub oriptona to the Kzoweb Courikb. vie: Maj. W. 8. Onr?i?am, at Went Union. . Edward IIuuuks, Eeq., " Hor*o Shoo. *11 E. P. Vkbxku, jKsq., " Bachvlor's Kctrnai M. F. Mitchkll, Esq.. " Pickcnsville. 1 .J. E. IIagood, " Twelve Mile. OC T J. Wkbb. for Anile- ion District. gj DISTRIliT MEETING;" sti ot.a- t !-l-i i 1 wur CNUie legislature ims pnsscu vu an act calling a Convention of the th people; and ordered an election for en Delegates to be held on the 2nd Mon- so day in February next. The election Hi District of Pendleton is entitled to w send eight delegates, of vhom, we nc r ?.!n I. ik suppose, iour win oe eieciect irorn ?" Anderson and four from Pickens Dis se trict. And as it is very important to w tiecure concert and harmony of ac- a tion among our ...

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. — 18 January 1851

The German Question. The London Times anticipates :i pacifi solution of the German question, from tli discussion at the conferences at Dresden vrhich commenced on the 18th ult., pur suant to the treaty recently concluded a OlmuU. Ordera have been issued for reduction of th? armaments both in Auatrt and Prussia.1 In respect to the Oommia sionersof the two great German powers a i.iiu:h> vuir.njnut's, m<? correspondent ol in London Morning Chronicle says "it was w morcd ,the Princc Schwarzenburg woul< represent Austria, in which M. do Manteufl ?-l wffl bo the Prussia commissary Sue! rur arrangement would, in till piobabilitj be that i.Y>t likely to lead to b desirabl result." n.?a ii^' j gggggg On Thursday eyening "last, at th house of Mr. James Smith, by Mile M. Norton, Esq., Mr. William Ros O'Neall.and Mary Ann, daughter c liev. Lewis Findley, all of thi Dh trict. On Thursday evening last by W I Steele, Jfcisq. Mr. YYni B McCay t Miss R Catharine Bell, all of thi District...

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. — 18 January 1851

Cemgpee?fenf0 oftlio Charleston Mcroury. From Washinfffon. Washington* Jan. 0. The census of Maryland, South Carolina, Kentucky, and one or two other Southern States, has been returned to the bureau here. Maryland has gained about IS,000 inhabitants since 1&10. There io an increase of only one thousand in the slave nonulatioii. Tim * -w ... .tw y? HVIV Mvpu lation is 591,000. Estimates have been made hero of the population of every State, derived from the returns, so far as they have come in. The aggregate population is supposed to be twenty tnree and a half millions. The number of Representatives in Congress is fixed at 223. So the ratio will be about ninety five thousand. The Southern States will, according to this estimate, have eighty six members under the new appointment. Mr. Whitney explained the other night, to a large audience, his Rail road project, which is now before Congress, and has hprn rt>mmmnn. ded by the State Legislatures of twenty-one States. IJis proposed ...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 25 January 1851

' -~T0 T1UNB OWN BBLF SB TRUB> AND IT MUST FOLLOW, AS TUB SHOUT THlB DAT, TUOV OAx'iT NOT THBN BB VALBB T? AST HAS.** *>"'< . v (j'i > mh ?:| n 7-r V '^V.' . i . , ' . ' " ,'* v. it' . / ;V* ' -T'TT'-TI -| I III I tl >11? i 1 rn- " '' I -? > I. i. .. .^. 'P > m '.JTT-' ' ' -raw . .+ ' m !! tmv. > ? ! -M?M^ VOL.?. PICKENS COURT HOUSE, S. C., SATURDAY, JANUARY 25, 185a. - HOW ? ^ ? > J ft -j IA J lA ? * *< * (#* *1 ? t w XM< ;' .1 Ufa a ' ftft f | . r , IRjtltMK ' ^ ( t' - r'N '- -' * / ' .jj . .1 til Sj THE >< KEOWEE COURIER, rilNTID AN1> PUBLISHED VTKkKLT BY trimmieil a lewis. J W. K. Easley, Editor. TERMS. On? Dollar and Fifty Cents for one year's i>ub Qcription when paid within three months, Two dollars if payment is delayed to the close of the subscription year. All subscriptions not clearly limitrd, will bo coiismorou hh miuio lor an inucnnno Mine, aiui continued till a discontinuance in ordered and all arrearages p&i.l. Advertise...

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. — 25 January 1851

KEOWEE .COURIER V ' 8?(urday, Jan. 95, 1831. With a riew of accommodating o?r Su erihara who lira at a dlatance, the following fanUaman are authorised and requested to actaa agenta in recaWing and forwarding Sub riptons id tha Kkowii Covkier, rix: Mai. W a n-. " * ... U.inuii! ni ?tosl union. Sdwa&o UcouBtf.Ksq., " Horso Shoe. . P. Vkrrbr, Baq., " Bachelor'# Retreat M. F. Mitookll, Esq.. " Pickensville. J. K. Haqowd, " TwflW? Mile. T J. W>b?. for Andor?on District. . . Gfs. milton's Letter.?Gen. James Hamilton, "the great neglected'' of South Carolina, who seems to be spending his time in dignified seclusion on Oyster Creek, Texas, has been amusimr his lnisnr?? ditiii? a political letter to the Hon. Langdon Cheves- It is the keen sensibility with which Gen. Hamilton feels "for the honor and interests of the gallant State" of which he is "a native," which has induccd him to write this letter, for the guidance if j he will. n?* tifaAS"" 'C ---i?? . .luiumg ii aim Will not, of t...

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. — 25 January 1851

cheap postage Bill 170 to 75, throe Gents uniform rate for half-ounce letters. Three cent coins and stamps are to be issued. Newspaper postage free within 30 miles. . { w) ; > . ?< [Carolinian 20//* instf An earthquake is said to have been i experienced at Watervillo, Me., and I the vicinilv on- Friilav ninrl?t Incf r>_ . - J --- J bout half pest 11 o'clork. It was accompanied by a noise like the rumbhngof carriage wheels, or like t he sliding of snow from a roof, which lasted abmit 30 seconds. The shock was also felt at Troy* some 25 miles t6 the eastward of Waterville. MAURI ED:?On the 12th inst., by Joh Knox, Esq., Mr. Marion J. Beck to Miss Caroline Rider, all of l'icKftns JLHstnct. The following gentlemen arc respectfully nominated as suitable per sons to represent the District in the State convention: Wm. Hunter, B. Haoood, Jno. Maxwell, Wm. IC. ISasley. \ The following gentlemen are respectfully nominated for the Slate convention:?Benj. Ilagood, James A. Doyle, "Leon...

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. — 25 January 1851

I\ d: th Carolina. Gov. Heed was in inaugurated or flbe 1st of January, and we have hit Address in the last number of the Standard. On domestic question! his views are, for the most part, moderate and enlightened. On the slave ry (Question he speaks as follows: "Til? misoriiinoc) fnnnfii'itim r?f Ah olilionists at the North threatens th< overthrow of the Constitution and t dissolution of the Union. The slave ry question is one of momentous im portance to the Southern State* ol the confederacy, involving an incal culable amount of property, as wel as the domestic peace and ?ecuritj of our people. In the formation ol the Federal Constitution the institu tion of slavery was recognized and provided for in a manner just and satisfactory to all the States. Sub secjuently this question deeply agita Tort (lin ?vv? %?ty W*IUU Jf aim (lie uvuiu tuaui concessions to the North, and sub mitted to the Missouri Compromise with the assurance and expectatioi that this exciting element oi politica...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
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