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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 1 February 1851

<V 0 0 . 1r- M?~xi - -r ? t - - tt?<n- -r-y. . , ? ?|-^r? . 1 > m 1 U^MU'mm?S?ll?w iby*",:*' * ', r?'?.l,,ii,l ' 9fiU?ii *i\j * tt^v * ? 1,.** * r. y **, v , 1 ' " * ^ ' , TO fJIINK OWN SttLF BK THUX, AND IT MUST FOLLOW. AS TIIK Nl6lkT ftl* DAT, TIIOV OAN*8T NOT THliN I1K FALBB TO AN* MAN. .iMill iTJio ! 1 X-.X--V- rrx2r;:j:-xwy^--r -rrsgy ~jzz-~zz~-z?r. .y ; t ,/"jtasl., ?. '. >. ^ . ... ,. ... . b fcl VSJ~.it> , ,.'. ..? , V ,Xl ? V .T.rJgil tMjirf yjjfty'.J Ifiyi -.VitSTK?ita?Ca?B?vftr'1 T1 rawa?y.^3MCt.-r.^ a. ?i.?jr. - .' ? ' vol.. 2, PICKENS COURT IIOl'SE, S. C., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY I. 1851. NO 37 r- iitj i iTv;; r.r .r.rr,7nriTTrr--u-TiTirrrr' -nrnr-rr" ?r '-- I'li'tli/ i'Mi'1 ~r-~r?r?r?Lr>~4.-!?-^~-v.i. j, 1-^. - THE 'j ItEOWKE MRIK2K? fBlKTKD AND PUHtlMIKP WKEKI.Y DT 4 TRIMMIER <fe fcETYIS. CM A*m l \V. K. Easixy, Editor*. ?!?I TR1WSS. One Dollar and Fifty < Vnt - for one year's suj> cription when paid within tiireo months, Two douSrslf paymont is ...

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. — 1 February 1851

KEOVVEE COUR|ER I Saturday, Feb. I, 1851. ? With a view of accommodating our fc>u ribcr* who lira at a distance, the following c gcntlsrasu nro authorized nnd requested to ? Mi as agent* iu receiving and forwarding Sub j. ilptons to the Kkowke Ooudikb, viz: t Ma/. W. S. OrraiiAM, nt West Union. Euttard IIl'uuks, Esq., " Uortc Shoe. B. P. Vkhxer, Esq., " HachclorV Retreat s M. K. Mitciixi.l, Esq.. " Picfcensville. .J.K. IIaoocp, " Twelve Mile. T J. Wkdo. for Andornon District. ] H .. c Tiie Southern Rights Associa- ( tiojc of the Virginia C/niversity. j ?We are much pleased in having re- v ceived a copy of a very hansomly written address comeing from the t Southern Rights association of the t University of Virginia. These ( Volinorp frpntlninon. fnnmni* ? v....w..g ...It..- j ^ ber \\ notice acquaintances and the ^ sons of acquaintances,) like the brave j ( boys who demanded redress from the British General, in the days when Old England sought to afflict our fathers, have drawn in...

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. — 1 February 1851

KEOWEE COURIER Saturday, Feb. 1, 1851. With a tiomt ?f accommodating our fc>u ribera \rho lire at a diatnncc, the following g?titlemeu nre authorized nnd requested to act as agent* in receiving and forwarding Sub viptoni to the Keowkk Column, viz: Mai. W fl ->* w~--* it. -. .. . nv " CM L JIIIIII, JSIowaed IIi.'nuKs, K?q., " llorf* Shop. b. 1\ Ykukkr, Ksq., 11 Hacl.cl.>r'*lU treat N. V. Mitoiiki.l, K?q.. " Picfconsvillo. .J. K. Ua jo?i>, " Twelve Mile. T J. Wbdb. for Andorson District. Tiie Southern Rights Association of the Virgin! v C/nivbrsity. ?We are much pleaded in having received a copy of a very hansomly written address comeing from the Southern Rights association of th*? University of Virginia. These younge gentlemen, (among the number we notice acquaintances and ilie sons of acquaintances,) like the brave boys who demanded redress from the British General, in the days wher m.i i??i?i - - ,yv v/m ^lignum Mjugiu to amicii oui fathers, have drawn in the spirit o: ...

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. — 1 February 1851

Executive Deimrtracifi*. Columbia, Jan. 24, 1851. By His Excellency, J- H. Meuns, Governor and C$annander-in*Chtef in and over the State of South I rpliua: WHEREAS, information has been received at this Department, that THOMAS DA LEY, alias l.'\r A TVT I jvjca-i/vr*, wno was commuted to the Jaii of Beaufort District for negro ttealing, broke jail a few days since, and made his escape: now, therefore, I, J. II. Means, Governor of ti?e State of South Carolina, do hereby offer a reward of Cue Hundred Dollars for his apprehension and delivery into any jail in this State. The said Daley, alias Kcnnan, is about fortyfive years old, five feet five or six inches hi#h, rather stout, blue eyes, front teeth out, and is an Irishman by birth. vjiven under my nnncl and S r a I the seal ot the State, at Co( '5 lumbia; the 24th day of Januarv, iu the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and fif ty-cne, and in the seventy-fifth year of the sovereignty and Independence cf the United States of ...

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. — 1 February 1851

Executive department. Columbia, Jan. 24, 1851. By His Excellency, J. II. Means, Governor and Commander-in-Chief in and over the State of South Carolina: ^^7*HEUE.AS, information has Y T been received at this Deparlment, that THOMAS DALEY, alias KENAN, who was committed to the Jail of Beaufort District for negro stealing, broke jail a few days since, and made his escape: now, therefore, I, J. II. Means, Governor of the State of South Carolina, do hereby offer a reward of One Hundred Dollars for his apprehension and delivery into any jail in this State. The said 1\ i I i " l^aiey, anas ivennan, is about lortyfive years old, five feet five or six inches high, ralher stout, blue eyes, front toeth out, and is an Irishman by birth. Given under my hand and 5 ) the seal oi the Stale, at Co( ' '" 5 lumbia; the 24th day of Jannary, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hunched and ht ty-one, and in ihe seventy-fifth year of the sovereignty and Independence of the United States of America...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 1 February 1851

Desperation. The following is a passage from the ; laughable tale of "Desperation," ope ' of flic rich articles which arc ein- ' braced in the literary remains of the ' late Willis (iraylord Clarke. It is ' only necessary to premise that the author is a Philadelphia student,'who after a stolen fortnight mid the gaities of a Washington spn?ni> m... t firry-- n?<vi>7 IlllljC \ self (Ihroughv the remissness of a chum) at Baltimore, on his wuy home, without a penny in his pocket. lie. ?tops at a fashionable liotel, nevertheless, where after tarrying a day cr two, he finally, at the heel of a grand dinner, "bmnc solus" in the pr' irate j apartment, franked with abundant Champagne and Burgundy, resolves to disclose all to the landlord. Summoning h servant, he said: lAsk the landlord to step up to my room, and bring his bill.1 lie clatters down stairs laughing, and shortly after his master appeared. He entered with a generous smile, that nin.lr mo l,mio ??? ??iw. best his house af...

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. — 8 February 1851

''' r ' r 1 11"? ?i i 1 " ' i Hi n 11 ;?T-T i ! i ?ttthimi nr mi i ?i-?rm hiiii i n I'fiaaai ?? TO THINK OWN SELF BE TRUE, AND IT MUST VOU.OW, AS Til* NIOWT TUB DAT, THOtf o'AN'aT NOT TIIBN BE PA.LS& tO ANT MAN." VOI,. 2. PICKENS COURT HOUSE, S. C., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1851. NO 38 THE ! c< KGOW?G COURIER, ? ki PRINTED AND PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY ni TRI1IMIER A LEWIS. oi Of W. K. Easley, Editor. ^ XK KillS. m On? Dollar and Fifty Cents for one yenr's sub a,' cription when paid within three month*, Two 11 dollars if payment is delnyed to the closo of the ( ' subscription year. ll? All subscriptions not clearly limited, will be bl considered as made for an indefinite time, and SC continued till a di icontinuanco is ordered and ni all arrearages p&i.l. W ^4c/ufr/?.itfmen<fliiV^ortedat 76 contsporsquaro til or tho iirat insertion, and 37 1-2 eta. for each l'l continued insertion. Liberal deductions made to those advertising by tho yoar. rij IW All Communications should ho add...

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. — 8 February 1851

From tlio r?Dilfetoo Mtwwn^or?By Request As ?:nju8t reports ill relation to my course in the present canvass for delegates to the Convention, have beenput in circulation in various parts of tho District, and as the only oue that has reached me in an authentic form, is to be found in the annexed letter of Maj. McCann, I hope he and iny friend the Rev. Mr. Burdine, will excuso the libertv I havn _ , - ....IV mnuii 111 lUJf" ing ?t before tne public- The short period between this and the time for the selection of delegates to the Convention, renders this the only mode by which I can meet the insidious at* tacks which have been made upon me, and do justice to myself. I little thought that 'envy and crookod ! malice1 would have sought to hunt down so obscure and important an individual as myself, but it seems in rhis I have been mistaken. Rumor with her hundred tongues has be en busy, and if she does not produce her three blnok crows, it wi'l not be her fault, if she1 does not produce so...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 8 February 1851

MARRIED:?-Near Ihe Oconee Station, on 30th tilt., by li. 1^. Rotoi^s, Esq., Mr. Jeptiia Head to Miss Sarah, eldest daughter of Edwakd Rankin. On 22nd January, by Rev. J. R. ' hunnictitt, Mh. Elijah Hemukee tf... If r? nv to 1UISH iTlAR* DALLDON, ail oi L'lCK" cns District. On 30th ult. I>y the same, Mr. J. Moor to Miss N. K. Lumpkin. The following gentlemen are respectfully nominated as suitable per sons to represent the District ill the n. - **? ? ? omie convention: wm. munter^ 15. FIagood, Jno. Maxwell, Wm. K. Easley. FOR SALE, ik Lot ofX'icnt ri.ouit. W, S. GR1SHAM. Fob. 8th, 1851. 38-2is Pendleton Lodge No. 34. A Regular mooting of Pendleton Lodge, No. 34, A.*. 1<M.-. will be h.eju on Monday evening the J7th instant. I3y order of the W. M. W. ft I>. GA1LLARD, Secy Feb. 2,1851. Corn; Macon, Lard. &c. There will t>o sold at Public Auction, on Saturday the 529ih of March next, at the late residence of Josiah F. Perry, dec d, in Piekens District, on a credit of twelv...

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. — 8 February 1851

Columbia Typographical Society. The Thirty sixth Anniversary of (his Society, was held in the city of Washington, on the 4th inst. Among the invited guests, we ;ee the names of the Hon. Jas. L. Orr, of this State, Member of Congress from 2nd congressional DiRtrift. IWi. win DeCeon, Esq., Associate Editor of the Southern Press. A committee of arrangements gave, the .o'lowing: 'The Hon. James L. Orr, of South Carolina, a distinguished representation of the Palmetto State?May the day nover come, when in the list of the United States, the name of South Carolina sho" be left out. Mr. Orr responded in very happy terms, acknowledged the compliment in a brief and modest manner, he said: 1 x' or a one\ period in former years 1 was associated in an hamble way with your crafl, as editor and proprietor of a country newspaper; that association taught me a knowledge of the arduous labors required of the compositor, and the poor rewards he received for patient, indefatigable in. dustry. Nay, more;...

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. — 15 February 1851

Q| W' : * fc. M ?------1 ; 'I i iT ' r ,i " ,r , - ? , ,Tr?.~t ?r Ti r^ rr;r.-; -rTrra i. > h ? i ?--- - ?~ , ? ~ ,? *wnr'' ,jrr " TC THINK 0>VN 8KLF UK TRUE, AND IT MUBT FOLLOW, A8 TUB NIOIIT TIIK DAY, TUOU JAN'ST; NOt THEN UU FA.L8U TO ANT MAW." odnlff 'jaAttSja VOL.2. PICKENS COURT HOUSE, S. C., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1851. NO SO n ? : ? ? THIS KKOWKfi COURIER, rarntko and tudlibukd wxkkly ur TRIMMlfcR- Jk LEWIS. W. K. E/vsley, Editor. i ' TGItWS. Oao Dollar and Fifty Cents for oho year's *ub seription when paid within three month*, Two dollars if payment is delayed to the close of the Hubacrlption year. All subscript Ions not clearly limited, will bo conshleroci as mado for an indefinite time, ami continued till a di ^continuance is ordered and all arrearages pai l. Aauertiieifienta inserted at 75 cents per square or tho first insertion, ami 87 1-2 cts. for each continued insertion. Liberal deductions made to.those advertising bj ll.o y?i?i. all flnmninni^nhftna uvimm ka 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. — 15 February 1851

>. CtatrfepttMitac* of tho CbarlosUm Courier. 1 Washingtoe, Feb. 8. We have intelligence that Gov. Fish if to be elected by the N. York Legislature, and that he is to support all the compromise measures of the late session, or, at least, that he will abstain from any attemot to rfmtnrh ! them. We have a telegraphic de6?atcn from Boston, stating that Mr. iumner has again failed m his election, by his three votes, in the Massachusetts Legislature. The credential* of Mr. Rantoul, were presented today by Mr. Winthrop, who, thereupon left his seat. But a proposition Was made by Mr. Davis, of Massachusetts, that a Senator holding a KPrtt nnfJoi1 o ? w'viuyi a itjjpoinuneni shall continue to hold it until the ac geptatice ol his successor shall be signiged. This brought a general de b^te upon the constitutional question involved in the proposition, in which many Senators, ana among them Mr. Rhett, took part. The Senate did not decide the question, but probably will not evade it, as it c...

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. — 15 February 1851

n wiproi r??HrgrMrnrai A CARD. 1 am indebted to {ho kind exertions of my friends apd neighbors for much Fumit?f# -t?d other property which would otherwise havo been consumed with my House, and I beg that tf^y .will ucojjpl the thanks oi Mrs. Norton ..ud mvkolf ?~Ki? I _ .. J MVII ?VI i a v_ 11 UWUIU ; efforts in our behalf; the conduct of many of them was indeed noble, and will Jong be gratefully remembered by M. M. NORTON. Committed to Jail at* a Runaway Slave, a Negro man JjkjL about 30 years of age, 5 feet and near 4 inches high, very stout I make; he say9 his name is GYRUS, ttnd that he belongs to COL. THOS. "PlCKKNS, near Pendleton. Tne owner is requested to come forward, pay charges and f&ke hi in away. J. A. DOYLE, Sheriff & Jailor Pickens Dist. Feb. 12th, '51?39tf STOLEN, on the night of the burn ing of my house, a walnut Box, neatly finished, about 12inches square comaming amongst other articles, a j Silver Lnril<$ o?i the handle of which are the initials kiN. F,...

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. — 15 February 1851

A SKETCH ABOV'F LOVE AND OOLD-DU8T. ' Unpin Bill" Griffin, (or Uncle Bill, *1 as lie- was commonly called, with an irreverent-1 disregard of his patfonim- i' ic,>did not retire from the ship clian- j, (IIaI'U ?*:I 1 WVA<I<CD<I uiuu no was worth ! something more than a plum. Not 1 being blessed with a son to continue his name and inherit his fortune, he lavished all his tenderness and care I upon his daughter. Sweet Molly 1 Griffin, thou wort as like to thy papa | as^a canary bird is like a bull dog. j His face was nshnrrl oo .. iv---* . ?o <1 X^vkcii inn- . ci^afcker, thine tts soft as a roso loaf, i He was thcveriest miser in all cren tion; thou didst spend Ihv pocket , money as liberally as a Prince of , \yalcH. In his household manage- \ n\ent, Uncle Bill was a consummate skinflint; tradition said that he used | to soak the back logs in the cistern,1 and water the lamp oil, and he was ' aided and abetted in all his niggard- ( ly domestic schemes by a vinegar . lace...

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. — 22 February 1851

" TO T1UN15 OWN 8KLV BK TIIUK, AND IT MUST FOLLOW, AS Tlttt NIOIIT THI *AY, TUOU OAN'BT NOT TURK BIJ FAL8H TO ANY MAN." V I ? .. . y VOL. 2. PICKENS COURT HOUSE, S. C., SAjrujtDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1851 '' ' THE KEOW?E COUllIJttll, J-RISTKb AND rUDI.tljllKD WEEKLY D* TUIMMIEK 4 LEWIS. \\f T r 11 ? -- ?r. jy. hia9ley, Auditor. TERMS. . One l)ol)nr ?\ml Fifty Ocnts for ono year's sub Heriptiua when pnid within three months, Two dollurAif pftjrmput id delayed to the close of the suHflcrlptlon year. All ??b^crij[>tion? not elenrly limited, will be considered ns made for nn indefinite time, and continued till aTK?ni?ii*iiiiimi???? ??-.i ' ?> _ ?o VI uvi UU (UIU all arrearages paid. vi(hrrftV/Mc?U?insertcil at cents per square or the first insertion, and 37 1-2 cts. for each continued insertion. I.ib 'nil deductions made to those Advertising by the year. ctr All Communications should be addressed to tlio Publisher* post paid. TIME'S CHANGES. Timo's changes?oli! time's changes, "Wo e?u b...

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. — 22 February 1851

TKEOWEE COov iu< "-^ Pday, JFcI>. 99, I85IL gl ^4* With a vitw of accommodating our Bu i cribors who live at a distance, the following I " gentlemen are authorized and requested to | , act a9 agents in receiving ?.r>d forwarding Su^/f criptona to tlia Kkowkk Coubikr, vi?: I, Maj. W. 3. OaisiiAM, at WestUnio' . "nWAjnJl??nra, Rsq.. " llorse &> I - >?.. I yHTmro Mile. v.Mo?o'>, ^rrr)is??ct. c? ?*Eliu, fur A^- | _V^ fji^mtiiary notice to Oe found in anotiicr column was received too late fcr last week's paper. \ The Condition yf the SouthS^-xfo a I country ilctb> in IIIC iiiiiciccniu i-vjumry, presented lo the enlightened mid philosophical lover of genuine liberK so melancholy and hdosponding an* appearance as that presented by ythe <?)<{ (Jlt> OOlltK^rti people to-day. JVot l?aVc and aflliy. ted Polaixt, crushed between tli^s weight rt Rupeinii, Prussian and Austrian d^lism; not down-trodden Ilupgdfy* emasculated, and chained - U'Koolo ,*f imnlnAal.U J...

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. — 22 February 1851

MVIIBlEMgAL', MAURiED, on the 14ih Inst., by Rev. John Smith, Miss Valentina Smith to Mr. John Smith, all of this District. If this does not locale John Smith ! ut last, we humbly desire to know "what w'il-'?Ed. ola > t W^Ofy", 1)ilo, at their lather's residence m the neighborhood of Bachelor's Retreat, Thomas B. Hughes, in the 32nd year of Ins age, and George B. Hughes, in the 19th year ol his age. m? i? i ' ? ? i nomas uiea on the 3Uth JanM and George on Thursday following. 1 assure you, Mr. Editor, that I scarely know what to say on the contemplation of an event so strikingly awful. A few hours before they were called on to change worlds, the bounding blood of youth coursed its wav throuch their veins, wilh a irli>e y o o of life which is always expressive of good health,?to them the land scape of the future was as richly ominous of long life, and many earthly blessings, as they probably thought of, or wished for. But Thomas and George are gone. No more shall we sit togethe...

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. — 22 February 1851

Washington, February 9.?Gen. \ Sam Houston says hero that ho * knows South Carolina will submit. To some tho scornful jXH-iw*" ~*T: such a wasf.adcd avvav to the Xorih for money, mid the power of ti tej South in the Senate irrevocably los^f: by the admission of CatiforpwrTcan hardly be a good judgo^of wlmt a ! Brave and high/minded pconlo will do. He says also that he lias the best chance for the Presidency; and in this he may be right: for such a gov | crnment ought to have just such a j iran to preside over it. lTe aided to ! despoil the South, and if she is weak ! enough to submit to the robbery, j why not finish by submitting to him ?usui riuusion s cnancos are, how-1 ever, sadly darkened by his being a I democrat, at least in nan)0. This party is doomed, North and South. I in Massachusetts it has coalesced j with the Abolitionists, and in New York it has taken as its candidate for the Senate, Mr. l)ix, a man thoroughly identified with the Van Buren ; party. Between the Scwardil...

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. — 1 March 1851

X " TO THINE OYTN SELF BE TRUE, AND IT MU8T FOLLOW, AS TIIK NIOIIT THi DAT, TUOV QAN'BT NOTTHBlf BB 7ALBB T? AMI MAN.'* . I,, , in, | i,linn,a,, : ? . | ? ...j., - , ,, ! <> MIMlMWi , yOJu. 2. PICKENS COURT HOUSE, S. SATURDAY, MARCH 1, 1851. NO 41 THE KXSOWEE! COtRIER, ffRINTXD AND rUOLlSllFD WKKKLY BY tr1mm1er a lewis. W. K. Easley, Editor. TERMS. Ono Doltdv nnil Fifty Cents for ono year's nub ecription when paid within three months, Two dollars if payment is delayed to the closo of the subscription year. All (subscriptions not clenrly limited, will be considered as made for an indefinite time, and continued till a discontinuance is ordered and til arrearages pai.l. Xrfw<f?*>M?MfAinsortccl at 75 cents per square or the first insertion, and 37 1-2 cts. for each continued insertion. Liberal deductions made to those advertising by the year. All Communications should be addressed to w4<* Publishers post paid. til ^ rc nr K7 K l'i I'i V ? Of Hon. Jniiic* L. Orr, Delivered...

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. — 1 March 1851

? ?? ? "iw 1 " 1 1 From the BaUivwre Clipper. m Washington, Feb. 18, 185]. MfCNATI Mr. Cooper prese^jp n. petition signed by tn6 me hi be oi the Pennbilvauia liCffisluture. in IHvnr of n 11m? |iof steamers to Africa, ' Mr. Davis1 resolution requiting the daily debates to be printed without revision by the Senators, was taken up, and after debate was laid on the table* Mf. Walker offered a resolution, declaring as the opinion of the Senate? the expenses of the army should be reduced. Mr. (.'lay's resolution offered yesterday, calling on the President for information. i? ?"i viipw" uiu w currence in Boston, was taken up. Mr. Clay denounced the mob as a pross outrage and infamous proceeding. After further debate, the resolution was unanimously adopted. The Senate then took up the cheap postage bill. The amendment maKing a Uniform ratfe of two cents on all letters.to be prepaid, was after debate, rejCsctfed?yeas 7, nays 41. After further amendments, involving no principle, the Senate ad...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
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