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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Keowee courier. — 29 September 1849

".--."J- i L?U '1' money, and guarantees the notes of the State for their declared value, and imposes tines and imprisonment on all who refuse to take them. A military commission has been established for re-organising the llomati troops. All promotions sinco Novem uer an! annulled until 11 Commission shall have reported on the conduct of each man. The Triumvirates and Cardinals have substituted a commission for the purpose of prosecuting the authors of the outrages committed against religion during the revolution. Ureal Brilaiv.?No news of importance. Queen Victoria and family still in Scotland. The cholera was raging in I-omlon, Dublin, Berlin, Vienna and Paris. COMMKRf7I AT.NRwa Cotton.?The market remains unchanged, except tlie middling and lower grades which are a shade casior. The sales of the week amounted to 30,280 bales of which speculators .ook 810 American, and exporters 5,070 bales. To-day the sales amounted to 7,000 bales of all kinds. Upland range 4 1-2 a 5 7-3; New Orle...

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. — 29 September 1849

POETRY. ' 1 f ?'' ' 1 ? [FVoih the Charleston Counter.] "THE SHIP ON FIRE." "Tlit? Storm o'er the ocewi flow fiirioua and faat? And tlie waved roso in foam nt the voironf tho bloat, And heavily labor'd tlie gnle l>eaten Ship, Like a stout hearted swimmer, the upray at his lip; And dark was the sky o'er the mariner's path, Kxeept when the lightning illum'd it in wrath. A ? *?- ?L' * 1-1 -- nucii- in nvr aioui ocnow, And pressing lier babe to her bosom of siio\v> 8he pray'd to her God, 'mid the bniTicnno wild; Oli! Father have mercy, look down on my child"It paai'd?the fierce whirlwind enrcor'd on its way, And the ship, like an arrow, divided the sprily* Her sails glimmor'd white iu the beams of the moon, A iwl 4V,? 1-* ?? u.vo? uji iimiiHffm u iqwiukuo a tuneThere w?b joy in the whip, as she furrow'd the foam, For fond hearts within her were drowning of home; The young motlior pre?q'd her fontl bul>c lo hor !>reast a ...i j- - ... - ?.uu njuiK ? twt'ei song as 8tic rock'd...

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. — 6 October 1849

Till? keowbou couitifii:**, PRINTED ANI) VITIIT.IS1I HI) M'KHKtY BV W. IT. TKIMMIEIt. J. W. KO lilt IS, Jtt., ) ?... E. M. KEITH, ) Editur3' TEJpks. Uno Dollar nncl Fifty Cents for one year's Rubsoriptiou when paid within three month*, Two dollars if payment is delayed to the close All ftubf^Hptionn not dearly limited, will be considered as mado for un iudolinito time, and continued till a discontinuance is ordered and all arrearages paid. A<lvrrti*rments inserted at 7S cenU per square for the first insertion, and 87 1-2 fit?, for each continued insertion. Liberal deductions made to tho?o advertising by the year. lift" All Communications should bo addressed to the Publisher post paid,. ttURTtfER BY 'I'lM'; CAMBRI A. Tho most important intelligence by tbo Cambria, as political a flairs have ftfhk into despotism in nil pin ts of Europe, hrc tlie commercial advices. I ?Me:u1 of pfivin^'tne brilliant movements or the gdlant Hungarians, we havof to chronicle the price, of stocks, cott...

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. — 6 October 1849

NEW INVENTION. A Loudon letter of 3lit August, pub* lUhod in tho N. V. C'ommorcinl Advertiser, lnw tho following itom: A Into imnrovomont in tho muBket will ecrtninly nioliorftte greatly tho art of wnr. Thiii him beon mndo in Prussia, nnd tho nccrot id Htrictlv crunrdft/l hv ?Iia v r ? w? Kfj viav uvnuill' | inout. Noboily to permitted to cxamino (ho work in the manufactories, and tlio Holdiora aro forbidden to show their muskets. lhit thoHQ precautions are nil usoluriH; the improvement wiii bo certainly known and adoptod by othor countries. Captain Stono, of tho Amorloin army, now in Sweden, is, I believe, in possesxion of tho socret. Tho Unitod State offered lo soil to Mexico hor flint lock pruns ; sho will soon bo nblo, I hopo, to boh hor poroussion ono*. From whftt I have soon of tho now gun, an well as from what I linvo hoard, I enn say a fow words to ?al* isfy in par' tho curiosity of our ofiicorn nnd gun-tnakors. Tho muskot ban no lock and U loaded at ho stock end of tho barr...

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. — 6 October 1849

ilpgjpiMini JJl PROM MKXU'O, , It appeftM by m\ nrtlole in tlm Hl^lo of the 8th thai Gen, Don Marinas P?m?dea, Kx'/'raHldonl of the Republic, (lied In the capital the prooeilliitf day, after a lag Illness, The editor atwtala? from panegyric or censure of the deceased General, simply stating tlmt his charae* ter belongs to history, A eommunlefttlon front the Mexican Minister of Foreign Affairs has been ad? dressed to the lliTiUh Ministry, through the Governor of llnllw? tlnndmwB. ?ni? C-Hm or the assistance afforded by eotoay to the insurgent Itullatm. A reply has oeen given, (it whleh ihe Btt? gush Ministry asserts ttwit it) i^fui'enoo thereto, the eolony has limited Itself to the simple exercise of iu undoubted fights, (Jen. lift Vega has eolloeted at TfitnpU eo 890 met), eight pieces of artillery. end I armed the steamer lterrera end a sloop, to defend the fiver there, In order to ojV pose the lending at that port of Col. i white's anticipated expedition. A brig with live pieces e...

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. — 6 October 1849

" MMg'lWE . ~~m >7 jpojetky . ADVERTISEMENT OF A LOSTMDA^Y DY MR8. L. II MOOVRNKY. Lost! lost! lost! A gem of countless price, Cut from the living flock, And graved in I'aradino. Set round with three times eight Large diamonds clour and bright, And each with sixty smaller ones, All changeful as the light. I.03t! where the thougtlesn throng In fashion's mazes wind; Where trilleth folly's song, Leaving a sting behind; Yet to my hand 'twas given, A golden harp to buy, C1..M. U *1 lt?, ..1,,.;.. n( I ..IIA To cloatlilc33 minstrelsy. Lost! loot' lust! I foci all suarcb ii vain; Tb\t gom ofccunllosd cojt Can uo'er be mine again. I offer no reward, For till these heart airings never, I know that Iluaven-eutruiled giiu reft away forever. But when the sea ami land Like burning scroll have fled, I'll see it in his hand "NVhojudgeth quick and dead; And when of scathe and io?-*, Thak man can no'er repair, Tlidread inquiry meets my houI, What shall it answer tluro? NOIJLH KI; : x (. i Two Fre...

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. — 13 October 1849

\ Wh \ KEOWEE COURIER. " TO THINK OWN 8I?LF Dli TftUE, AND IT MUST FOLLOW, A6 THE NIOIIT 1 HE DAY, THOU CAk'bT NOT THEN UB F4LS? TO ANT ^A*." VoL.- 1. PICKENS COURT HOUSE, S. C., SATURDAY, OCTOBEIl 13, 1849. NO. VI " "" *- ' ' - * ! TIIE j long since boon .onvinm/l nf i.Sj ?? ? ?' 1 H?;uu OIIRII]U, |] raiNTKD AND rCBMBIIED WEEKLY OT | W. II. TRIMMIEIt. ] J. W. NORMS, JR., ) rVt I ' E. M. KEITH, J Editors. ( | TKHilIS. i One Dollar and Fifty Cents for one year's ' Rubscription when paid within three month', ( Two dollars if payment is delayed to the close 1 of the subscription year. I ( All subscriptions not clearly limited, will be considered as made for an indefinite time, and . continued till a discontinuance id ordered and ' all arrearages paid. ! : Advertisement* inserted at 75 cents per 1 square for tho first 1 "* " ~ iiuuoi i*3 ci". tor ( vacIi continued insertion. Liberal deductions made to tlio-c a ivcrti-inc; by the year. ZW All Communication* should be address- 1 ed to tli...

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 October 1849

* 11 lr 1 1 Correspondence of the Journal of Commerce. ' i A NEW BREED OF MEN. In ft former letter, I mentioned to you ' that Col. Ducourct, who has ulrendy penetrated far into Africa, was about to set out on a new and extensive exploration of five years, under the special auspices of the French government, and at the charge of the treasury. The minister of public instruction asked of the Academy 1 of dciences some instructions for him. which were read at the sitting1 of the 20th 1 wef A ?Vi* enmn fimn tlu?. f7(llnnpl ad. ' dressed to the Academy a notice of the i ' race of the Qhilanes inhabiting the into- ! ' rior of Africa, and lenownrd among neigh ' boring tribes as caudulutcd or having 1 tails. The matter is ho curious that I j ] have caused to be translated for you ' what has been published about K bv one 1 of the scientific reporters. Lord Jlfonboddc will not have erred so much in his 1 primitive stock. ? 1 From the Scicntifie Report. There exists a race of men who, according...

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 October 1849

TlfR P0P3 Atft> P0PIS1Y*. r 'he Pope has not yet returned to Rome, but it seem* has sftntdoputics to superintend thhrj i fb: htm, Tin i? so n s misunderstanding between hitn an J the ! French Government.' What a contrast in the journal* of tbo United States in their disposition mined to dncuss the policy of Pope Pius 1 X. ' Everybody remcmcors how wnily r.ll tie papers piaiscd the Tope for his a>a-ibrd (it never was real) liberality and friend- I twi nuv?i ? iuh v ni) pi \i i i 11 *? (' ie wanti-.d Catholic, votes for Piesident.) | the Speakers in Congress (of both parties) f?n?i~od him? the Pope whs the friend ot' iberty, said they all?the newspapers saict t\ie same thing. What M". CI ly or any of them thought, we don't know ; fo it would be strange if anybody could think ' that the man who claims presumptuously to hold despotic sway over the consciences aul souls of hi* deluded worshippers, in lift? and in purgVtory, who is necessal ily nn absolute tyrant over nil the inner ...

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 October 1849

ammammmm,m POETRY. THE CHANGE SEEKER. BT CALDKR CAXrBKLL. Who to unknown lands would wander, Having health aud hope at home7 From the spot where hu abideth \Y 1 creforc t-hould the happy roam? Lore?like ivy to the ruin? Cluiguth where it hath been bred; Feace of mind forbids ambition, With its schemes, to vex the head. 'Tis the spirit. disappointed In its wayward hopei and care.-s That for novel pleasures seeketh Foreign thoies and new?de pairs; Mco'.ing, Death the alien sun lnne, For the Measures missed ai home, Pangs that fret the weary body, Joyd that go, and grief* that come. "Give mo change! ' the movbul spirit Calleth, wi'.h a voice that tells ilow its inner sen e hath sut/eied From the world's pernicious spells; "Give me change.-, give me chancer, Friendships new, and new desire j; I would blot from memory's page * '1 houglus that scorch like fever's fires. "ior the fields where roved my childhood, (jive me -cene that have no look Of the garden or die wild wood \\ here 1 otti...

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 October 1849

* KEOWEE COURIER. " TO THINK OWN 8ELV 1)K TItUK, AND IT ML'ST FOLLOW, AH TI1K NIGHT HIK DAY, TIIOU CAN'sT NOT 'IIIION ILK FAL8B TO ANV MAN." Vol* 1. PICKENS COURT HOUSE, S. C., SATURDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1840. NO. 2:> THE J u KKOWKi: COURIER, j ,J I'RINTKO AN1) ri lH.ISIIKl) WKKKI.Y MY ' f( W. H. THIMMIHR. n tf .It. W. NORMS, Ja., ) T, KM. KB1T1I, \ 8 |U TEH1I8. ! a "One Dollar nml Fifty Cents fur one year's !( subscription when paid within three months, Two dollars if payment is delayed to the close p .?>i uh-suoscripnon year. 1 \y AH subscript ions not c.learlv limited, will l>e ' j.j considered ns made for nn indefinite time, and .continued till ft discontinuance is ordered and , ^ all nrrenrages paid. | ai Advertisement* inserted nt *75 cents per , w .square for the first insertion, and !t7 1-2 eta. for 1 ^ -each continued insertion. Liheml deductions ' made to those advertising l>y the venr. All Communications should be address- f? ed to (he Publisher post paid. If Teleg...

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. — 20 October 1849

? ?otkt-? imt mi ? >!! ? i AGRICULTURAL FAIRS. At a recent agricultural fair <n jl/assachusetts, Mr. Webster made a speech, from which wo present our readers the following extract, as showing his opinion of the importance of such efforts in piomoting the great interest of agriculture. This Ls particularly encouraging to our own people, who, in this matter, are not ? wlut behind their northern neighbors: 'lie would say, that there was one thing which had not been much dwelt upon here, that was of no little inferos' and importance. It woj\ that the meat nracti cal truth and characteristic of i!*o present , nge was that great public improvements were carried out by means of public as sociations. This principle-- the principle of voluntary association?of bringing : minds together to act on each other, was the great principle and truth of the ;*ge. Its germ, to be sure, was to I e seen centuries a^o in the old world. It was to be trace*.! in the establishment of ci'ie>in the feu...

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 October 1849

Tt'teyraphcd for the Charleston Courier. LATIiR FSlOiTI KIJ16OPE. ARRIVAL OF THE CALEDONIA. The British steam ship Caledonia has arrived at Halifax, with Liverpool advices to the 29tli ult. TllB COTTON MAltKirr. Snocilllltivo rmrollilcrtlH; nvn ?li i - T" ",J>i,us' ed to support the market, and manufacturers and spinners find no inducement to anticipate their wants in the present state of business. The sales of the week amount to 3H,000 bales, and the imports during the same time are only .334 bales. The reports from the manufacturing districts repiescnt trade as languid, w ithout an\* prospect of improvement, particularly as the reccnt advices from India aro unfavorable. MONT.V MAH KUS. Money was more in demand. There was no marked increase in the price of j T-- < s~ * XII ^CVUnil 111SUU1CC3 100 was paid for U. S. Sijce-s, for investment. AK^.UUSi The over-land mail arrived on the '20th ult, bringing dates from Calcutta to the 8th August, from llong Kong to 20th July, and fro...

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. — 20 October 1849

BHADDOCK'S GRAVE, nv rev. j. x. rnioAvx, "In fe&s&tg nJoWg the National Road, near tlVe foot of Laurel Hill, mid alxmt i 10 miles east from Union, the trnveller ! will observe nsign (a plain shingle) placed on a tree, upon winch is painted 'llniddock's G rave,' with an index pointing to n clump of trees about 200 yards from the road. This is the only monument that indicates the resting place. <?f the ]>roud and brave, but unfortunate hero of the old French War," T>?c morning buh ncrcnety hIioiio, Hie iiwmjbg iiir pure mj:<1 still; All Nfttwc n cftterful tone, Around tlvofoot of laurel llill. Our filiige-coatfa vhirlcd nlong tlio w nv: One- {Kissing gkwee was ull we gate, Where n small bonrd was nailed, to n*y, ' Ywitler'* Braddock'ii bluwly grave." I"i?r from tlic Im*1 |>e culled liis own, kv. r-: i- ...... -J.<1.*.- .... i.:? A Knu,P Puresth trees alone, Stand seittiuels around Jiis deep. Yet)tallowed l>e hi* Initial sjxit; For lie was generous proud an...

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. — 27 October 1849

9 % " TO THINK OWN 8KLF 1IK TRUK, AND IT MUST FOLLOW, AS TIIK NIOHT TIIK DAY, TIIOU CAN'ST NOT THEN UK FAI.3K TO ANY MAN." VoL- & PICKENS' COURT MOUSE, S. (J., SATURDAY, OGTOBER 87, 18i9. NO, 24 II . u ? ?'?iii??'iii<iT*.i? tii ?: ?i" n~rs " f i"iTi Tm r? WrrafcYSaaati l* immii i im " - ' TIIE KGOWA29S COURIER, rai.NTEUANO ri'BLlSlUID W'KEKLI UY W. II. TRIMMIER. J. \V. NORTHS, JK., I , E. M. KEITH, \ Ldltor9One Dollar n:i 1 Fifty Couti for one vcar'.n Bub jcriptipu when puicl wiiliiu tliroo months, .I.Sl .< - -I i * - ' JL u ?/ viuumoil p;ij UHMll 13 UlT.'.^'CU iU UIO CiOcC of the subscription year. Ali subscriptions not clbarlv limited, will be considered as made lor an indefinite time, and continued till a uiscontmuaUco is ordered and all arrearages paid. A;l\'crli$c?icnts inserted at 75 cents per Fcjunre for the first insertion, and 37 1-2 ct*. for e.mh continued insertion. Liberal deductions made to Ui0i9 advertising by the year. E7ST* All Communications should be addr...

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. — 27 October 1849

WP"P?fr'-'gl "JI-L wn?*HWIC?? From th? ClnrloMon Courier. Below we give a part of the procceedLn^sof .1 Raihoml meeting at the town of HeiWcmon, in Kentucky. Tho citizens of that State, it appears, }\ave been awakened by the Nashville enterprise to the importance of a Railroad connection with the Atlantic. The Resolution p issed expressed fully the views of the meeting nnd the advantage* of the route recommended. It in truly gratifying to witness such demonstrations from that quarter. The en? tcrprise will realize nil the enlarged objects contemplated from our Louisville, Charleston and G'incinntti Railroad. It brings Tennessee and Kentucky in intimate communion with Georgia and Carolina, mid opens by the Illinois Railroads, a highway to the Northern Lakes. [From (lie S> uth K'entuckian.'] RAIL ROAD MEETING. At n meeting in the town of ilundcr_ \ t . ._ J * ?!._ o i it. .1 . ? . r ..... sou, uii .uuuuay me uay 01 oepieinber, 184'.), composed of the people of Henderson county. Ken...

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. — 27 October 1849

SEVfitf DAYS LATER FRCU/ I U( EUROPE. uh The British steamship Caledonia ar- i ior rived at Halifax on Tuesday the 10th 1 inst., bringing oue week's later intelli- lint gencefiom Euro|xv ; me Tlw? ? ?-* - ' ' . .UU#II1I<>||'<|[ lUV/llJTIIL l)y I1CI' IS |>1IJ highly important, and will no doubt have thr some effect on our cotton market. ruj It wil' be soon that there is every prob- Mil ability of a war between Russia and Tor- mn key. Should it take place, it will pro- ern duco mnch commotion in Europe, as the Great Britain and France cannot remain the silent spectators. j mil Cotton remains unchanged, so far as i j regards prices, and the quotations given not are the same as per steamer Caledonia. the ' he accounts from the manufacturing sin districts arc still unsatisfactory. lies RUSSIA AND TURKEY. j tbo The probability of a war between Rus mu ana i urKey whs much discusscd in English and Frcnch journals. Turkey has peremptorily refused t<" 1,1 1 surrender Kossuth an...

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 October 1849

OA IIXMIMMWl?a?? >11 =asi 1POETBY. WOMAN'S LOVE. DY J. O. HXCKERSO.V. Lo: othcrj seek of glittering wealth, Louj life, vain ease, coutontmont, health, For thoie?aye more wo banijh caro, If womnu'i love on oartli wo shAre. It rai >09 ua from grov'lin^ earth. To boLng i of a nobler bir'.h ; ImplanU within a pure dojire, For something bettor, something higher. Froai direst p.mion wo arc freo, When blo-isod by woman's company ; I'or none can thiul: of vice or guile, With woman's love, 'noftth woman's amile. When aJverso days nro seen before, And brighteit skiei with darktiCJJ lower; 8ho ready standi, consolei, beguile?, And chocrt ui on widi angel srailoi. When troach'iou3 friend from in depart, An A baniihei hopc9 make bick the heart ; Hhe poinU ut to fiir realms abovo, The prototype of woman's love. X' .1 4t.? ,.??1.. .wuu tiui ui:?n wiu iiua? vun ji /vrci, Tiuit saves from many a sinful hour ; For naught can bauUh vicoa wil<M, Liko woman's love, ar. 1 woman's smiloj. A being...

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. — 3 November 1849

" TO THINE OWN 8KL? DB TRUK, ANp IT MUST FOLLOW, A8 THE NIGHT THE DAY, TIIOU CAN*8T NOT THEN BE FALHE TO ANY MAN." .-,>11 . ,i / ... . ( Vol' ! PICKENS COURT HOUSE, S. C., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1849. ISO 25. TttUi KEOWEG OURIT!R, MINTED AND rUBLlSHKD WEKKLI HT W. U. TRIMM1ER. J. W. NORTHS, JE., ) v ... E. M. KEITH, } Editor?. TEUfflS. One Dollnr nnJ Fifty C6nt<? for one yenr'a m ilncr iptiou when pnicl within throe month*, 'P- .. ,u< ? . .?uvunm u payment H delayed to tlio closo 11 of tlie subscription yenr. * : All subscriptions not clearly limited, will be . considered as mado for nn indefinite time, and continued till a discontinuance is ordered and , all arrearage* paid. j ' Adverlixementa inserted at 15 cents per square for the first insertion, and 37 1-2 ct?. for each continued insertion. Liberal deductions made fo thn<e advertising by the vear. tsr All Communication* should be address- j ' tfd to tiie rtfuiisiiiT post paid. F O'ti the So'ith Carolinian. t THE NICA...

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. — 3 November 1849

* '.'U M . L'-J'J- 'U'Il. -.-1 ' From (tie Souf/t Carolinian. A CONSTITUTIONAL PA LIT V. There are various indications in the po- i: lineal horizon that better limes arc at ' hand, and tnnt the government of the ' country mav yet be transferred to those i who have higher flints and holier purpo* ' sr.; than self advancement, or triumph of riM r .. : ' . i iiiiiiv> i in.- ui~jL>iiin?(iiuii ui ii genuine republican party is needed by the country, that the ici;-.s of power may for once be taken from mere traders in politics, whose | chief objects seems to be nothing greater | than the approbation of the spoils of office, j and to pursue a policy that will keep , them in power. What is it that, has made Free .S'oil the test of nolitical rectitude at i Ik- North I r * 7; Why is it that "coalitions' have become the ruling policy of both parties in that latitude? What, in short, has begotten that Rcctional excitement which threatens ? and wVi<:h will, if successful?eventu- , ally ...

Publication Title: Keowee Courier
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