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10 CAROLINE, lC0i:?irBl1f tLt.
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know ! Whirl! " "
When I a' M ,t"MI
TbM n e', m
n u aC
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Of pccpinf wul-likt young
Boot a M 'twill brhrWet soon.
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;;, ai i bf r W
Aif tht clou ef fair e4 '
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fa which admiration! eya
Wd rrerfwl t loproeeh too nigk) (
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', fVVWn wblk WXiif wrong eooU dwell,
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1lnl.rm iSfi(ri h' liP4 cograa,
tika Araihota thrwigh the sea,
licaBng It fcoa'alB purity.
' ty to, abuser ehang of JtfM '"' j
As noMe bnJ, still mn k!y brigM, !
Tk kri'st lb LrJ 4wr abot
AH eer'blt p"'' w 1
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If ben wl'k bk pwu! Coriln lt I
. Hi row, loo. Itifh-breil H.uly wcti. "
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- To (Wik wrr thin bird eft dr j
WoJef imH "f. whilt ery rei "
f wttcliM '" tbro bright bitb krrn,
9i keut,kn not hre ti rtft,"
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';wa twi.awa-tHn..r- ,. -.yai-.-A-.l.P.iw
JAWSOFTIIE U. STATES
' ruwl & the firtt Settion of the
JiX ACT f thiam i. rf'Mrnt ofbe Cnf
tad.Sta'Mtiidirect Jrwufcraof pproprution
iatbe ftanTaemre, nucr ccrtaia circntn
i . ' ..ftanera:
i ; 'Jtc U enacted ly the Senate end
. '.' ww . r n i , . r m l . I '
. I .7'W WJTOwittWB yj t ut-
, ted fitatrn o f America in Congrm
' i - Mssembfed, Ttl po the. application
...... - -0f ectttaty of the-Nar, the
rreaidcttt of the: United fiutct ihail
fcaye authority, whrncver in hia opin
ont the .otjitr?M?n contingeoetea oT
-the public aervice mar require it, to
x)irtt that a sari of ie mcer appro.
n'twuieJ Iwf a particuLr tranch f the
hranch of the i d aervice t in which
shua tr arfctic J,' aiiJ if iheir ippYu.it
rtlottf'tiali be lata BefSTe Cnojtrtwbe.'
. . . fore iu adjournmeot, if then in tea
';"ry liiiai J during the firat week of the
' - V"e tt eouiu(j irion,1f auchtfabarcr
4 ;..-,V be made la the recen of Congreu.
; t . Thia Act ahall continue ia fvwrce un
:.. - til the JJaie aL Uu next cawb -of
"Conjjreii aod no Ion per, -
( " , --: A b rf.PH ENSON
y r. caliioun,
Viea-rrMiilentofilie tloited Siitti in J
" , S - freaidcat nf th Senate
AppMt. ll J.1M
: , : ANDREW JACKSOX.
' ' ' ' No. 59. '
. JN ACrtn anthtirjijiht I.erli1iitiire of tht
. . Ctn' of Indithi lo Mli and convey certain
linda f ranted ta it'uLStataur tba utt of tha
- feopm ttierKii,
iiuuseoj Kenmemaiive ot the uni
j : " . . . . . . .
ted SiatcLof-.Ama.iett in. .Congress
utttiuiHcu. inai me L.fgiwiure oi me
Btate oi Indiana be. anu it hereby au
lh riled to ell and convey, in tuch
;iptinnert' andnB chr"con;ditlontyat
a7J Legislature ahall by law direct t
"the toHowing deicrtbed tracts of land
heretofore granted and tet apart for
the ucof i.id State, namely : aec
. tiom numbered thirteeo progreasively
to.thirty-aix, ioduiive ) teetion thir
teen excepted, in townahip numbered
two, north of range two, treat r and
tetrimj numbered r1MWiwfiltlifiS-
alreasively arcj WilJjUaif e'.itt iOWOihip
. ne north of range two, wettV and
rtne nrnntieatt quarter of ifcuoo oum
bered fourteen, in township ieven,
aorih of range t,wo west and the
A worthweat qmrter of trrtion number.
d twen -v-vi, in t.nihip one, north
of rf ge ve, weat, in the Vmcennea;
district jikwKe, i.etton .fifteen, in
to-vnihiu twoinorihi secti n twenty
ight, in tonhip three north il
rauge four, east t and fracti onal aee.
7 - tionrTM'Tibrri nJnrty:pBffnon-;;;
ahip ninr, niirth nf ,ange two east ol
; the Jtffcrionville"Uuuitl t and t an.
" . , -t , .- . v
pljr th p'ocetdt of Mid talc, lj '""
ptirpur of frtueit'tnrH Pfoti'lflt
That the IjrgiiUture hU not tulho-
in of th m l u d at
price than nut at wnicrt tnt pu jnt
jnrli are "l1 t private eotrr.
Appmri-d.Jul 3. 1 81 J. '
A!t AC f to iiihori ilia aurvcrlni tad Utrinf
hii a r d frn Dairuii to tba atou'k o
Ortnd Rier ot Uk M.cbipi, i tb
a Tarriiorr, and for th aunr. J of Cal
If fnacWi M Senate and
limit of Repreientatlcti of tht uni
" . . . a t
te! Slant of Antrim in Conzmt
aitelnbled. That the Treaident of the
United Statee be, and he it hereby,
MtHrrrtfd li appoint three . commit
ainuf n, (who ahalj eiplorf. aurvey,
fod nlart, in Ha-oa fiijbU ..courae,
aroadfmm Detroit. weitwartJIy, by
wiy'oT rrawaiieetfrj the wnarh nt
Grand Itittr, in the Territory of Mj-
chigm and aaid commiaaionera ni
make out accurate pUie of auch ear
accompanied with firld notea,
and rmifv and traoimit the aame
the frtaident of the LVi'ed fiiatea
who. if he epprote of aaid aurvey
hall cauae the plttt thereof to be de
poaired n the of&ce of the treatury of
ibe United tftatca, and the aaid road
thall be conaidcred aa eatabliahed and
accepted t Provided, That aaid com.
mniiooere anaii ne oiiinterraica per
no, not reidente of any couoty
throuch which aaid rod may pat
Eia. a. .11 be it further enacte'i,
Thit thejaid comonUaiooera ahll
each, be entitled to receive three dot
fart; ard their atietott ooe dolla
and tf'V teote, fr each and ever dv
ihey ahall be .nece iiarilv empluyed in
the aur eying, f tploring, and making
of aaid roa-f, and makiufr thnr rti,,r
lhereof Provided tSew b le e x? ne
three ihuuaaod and five hundred doL
Fac. S. Jlnd be it further rnnctcd,
Thaf fir The purpiit of c"mpn;nif)t
the aaid comminionera and their a.
aiataua, there ah'lbc, and ii hereby
appropriated, theaum of three thou
aaiid ft huo'Jrd dUlara, to be piid
out (j( any rnorieya in tht Trcaiury
not otherwise appropriated.
Pic. 4. And be it further enaeted,
Thar the President of the Untd
Sutea be, and he it hereby, auth -rit-ed
to came to be made, an accurate
ind mtnore rtirvey of-the eiontrr br
tween the watertof St. Andrew'a biy,
and the river and bay of Chatuhoo
chie, and betwreo.reniac' la bay and
lion Fecour, aUjng the noihern tot oi
the Gulf of Mexico, with a view to
aiterr tain tht practicability and coit
of Canal to connect aaid have nd ri
vera, with notea,-'pinna "onuervVt'iont,
and opioione, of the enginrera on each
df aaid parta deignted, with eitimatei
of the eoat of each, and, for the pur.
poae of rarrving into effect the foreg",
tng proviaiona, the aun of ibxeethotj.
und dollart be, and the aame it here.
bvr"apprJprlaid, to be paid out of
any money in the Trcitury not other.
Apirvrd. )ny A, 1812.
AS ACT tn-.aolbnrie lha iurre"nf rA m
,104 road Iran L I U)ii.c Bay. in Ut J r.
Murjr of Michigan, to intcriect tlto Chica"
""u He it enndrd 0TfheJSMaier''dM
ted States 'orilmerica tx Con-arris
assembled. That the President of the
United States be, and he it hereby,
authorised to appoint three Commit
lioners, who ahall explore, aurvey,
and mark, in the most eligible course,
a road from La PUinance Bay, io the
Territory rf Michigan, to ioiencct,
at tome suitable point, the road from
Detroit to Chicago, catablinhed under
the provisions of the act of the third
of March, onnhuusand eight hundred
and twenty-five f and aaid Commia
aionera sh.Il make out accurate plats
of such surveys, accompanied with
fiekJ noles, and certify and transmit
the same to tnercl!'cterrrtrf l)(;r United
States, who, if he approve of said
surveys" shall C auifc ! the plats thereof
to be deposited in the i m:e of the
.Treasurer of the-United Statesjand
rtreaTu roatt'lilian' K' ' eooatJere'ai
established and accepted: Provided,
That aaid Commissionert shall be
disinterested p ertonsnot rtsiJents of
in aa'ld Territory. -
- 8ic. S. :And be it further enacted.
That Ihe" laid Commissioners shall,
each, be entitled to receive three dol
lars, and their assistants one. dollar
and fifty cents, for each and every day
they shall be necessarily employed in
of said road, and making their returns
thereof i Provided, that the whole
eipefwelwesH4llo exceed A4
torn of five hun.irecl dollars. "
8bt. S, And be it further enacted.
That for the put pose of compensating
the-said commihsi nera and their a
aistan'a ard fr openingand justing
said mad, thee shall be, and is here,
by, appropriated, the turn of : fifteen
th juiand d'-llara, to be paid dutbf any
mftoey In the Treasury, Tnot otherwise
appmpriatedjj - to 1)e expended, under
Oie-dire' fjon ol the rrcaident ol thr
Vai'ed JStatea, fbt; ih purposes afors-
r . ... a -
id i Prnrlded. koufttr, That the I
money applied to the maiing of laid
road, ahall be laid out futt.ln making
och parta of it from La I'laitaoce
(jy,tothe erottingol tn river uaum
at or near Tecumten, at nave nw
heretofore been Improved and the
retldue, if any , upon aach jiartt ot it
at in the judgement of the tuperin
tendent, the public' good may moil
Approved, July 4, ISJ1.
AM ACT for b lotl .tj'itnl .f ili clfiia
Kit Ian4tm in ut ttO Uml Uilf.t w
the luict of louiui.
lie it enacted lit the Senate and
mute of. Rrpretentttlctt of the Unv
ted Slatct of .1mnfctn Congrestr: ,"6 pm."'""T""
aarmwea, I nat any pcraont, cutrn.
TPtiadrwithtrrtKr bmitaof atowvH.
Lou. liana, agreeably to the proviiioni
of the laws heretofore enacted for the
adjuttmeot of land claims in that
part of the Territory of Orleans or
State of Liuiaaioa, but whoae titles
have not been heretofore confirmed,
anav, at any time prior to the first day
of July, o6e thousand eight hundred
and thirty .three, preitnt their claims,
together with f the written evidence
and other.testipiony in support of tha
same to the RgUter and Receiver of
the land offue It New Orleans i and it
ahall he the duty ol the said Register
and Receiver to record, in a book to
be kept (or tht purpose, the notice
of every claim e preferred, togetnfr
with the evidence or which tcrvice
ihry shall receive a compensation from
the claimant!, at the rate of twenty,
five cent! for rvery hundred words.
f'tc. 2. And be it further enacted,
That he uiJ Urg'iMer and Receiver
hall, at or before the, beginning i f
te next tewonof - Congrest therrsf.
Iff, -maki Ulb-CfLciljy.f iheTrea
surv a report t,f the claimt wKidb
may hafe been preferred before them,
together iih tcatimooy. their opinion
ol the validity r.f the claims, and
soch other information respecting
them tvmt7 be-in their fdsseision j
which report shall, by the Secretary
of tht Tteasury, belaid before Coo
gresi as s on as praticable, with hi
opinion touching the validity rf the
rtipective chims provided. That no
e Itim shall be thrrein recommended
f a confirmation, for more than the
q. irJ.ifytont ajnr dn a leagy.e squire,
8fc. I. And be it further enacted,
That the a ties f land in the said sou
theattern district, by public auct'n.n
or private entry, balt be tiiapended
until after the first day of July, one
thousand eight hunJreJ aod thirty,
Sec. 4. Aid It U further enacted,
That all prrsona who, before the first
Monday in November, one thousand
eight hundred and, thirty, held lands
in the laid siutheaitent district, by
claimt, unconfirmed, but which were
embraced in the principles of the pre
vious laws for the adjustment of claims
in that parto'f the Treasury of Orleans
or State of Louisiana, w hich lands may
have heen fold at thc public--aale
whlcli took place at New Orleans on
the . first. Monday of November, one
ihmand eight hundred and thirty,
under the PrrafcfemV proclamation of
the filth of June, jone thousand eicht
stives' of thla act as hongh their landi
td; ootLceaioTJ anihe ; aaid Tleg
. - - u
aic report of the cases of this class
and if it shall tppear to the Secretary
of the Treasury that all oi any of the
claims contained therein, although
unconfirmed, are embraced in the in
tent and meaning of the previous laws
for tbe adjustment of Jand cluimt at
aforesaid, he ia hereby authorised to
repay to the persons, or the legal re.
presentative f the persons who pur.
chased, such' sum or sums as they
'" " .t jjiu ior lanot oi mis aes.
crip ion, bought by them at the laid
Sec. a. And be it further enacted,
i nat in addition to the compendium
hereioLefote provided, the" aaid Rego
liter ana Keceiver shall receive, for
act," the sum of Hv6 btlhdrrd dollars
each, tp be pa,id by the Secretary of
tne l reasury out of any moneys in
tne Atcatury not otlter wme appropri
Approved, July 4, 13JV
CHARLESTON and CllERAW,
THE STEAM BOVT MACON
f CW,-s?V. HAM baving been
aiiil t '-v . una
'CfiCtd. last summer,
"K Oct en Cliarleston and Ch
iJnddown, will resume her Tripi in the
continued' in ."(tTn
wi su iu me trade, the ensuing sea
drawing when loaded only about four snd
a hair feet water will enable her to reach
Cheraw at al timet except, an unrom
mon low tier, when her cara wilt be
lightened 1 1 ibe Expenee of Bni.f,
. i. B CLOGjf.
CharUtton Sept. it, i3l.
IV. R, she bat corhrwrtable
dsliont far t ftw naMtnirert.
i. B. C.
liter and Keceiver aha I make a ai-nai-.r"
I" OR carrying the Mili uf the IV
1 iudHateafsir two yean, from
the firtt dv of January, 1 83 J, l h
Stat day of Decemhrr, f34 0,1 lh.e
blowing P''" roa, fJor,h Carol!,
r. -ill be received at thu office on-
til the iccond day of November oett,
incljiire to be decided on the 9th
day of UoTtmher, .
iir. From Columbia to flpring
field, in Tyrrcl County, and back once
ai aat k . , m '
fjegve Columbia every. Monday " at
6 a. fa. arrive at Springfield tame
day ny o ji,
Leave Hpringfield every Saturday
.. t arrive at Columbia lame
' g From K',niton to Treoton, CO
miles and batk Ofta .ekf-
Ltv Kilutoa .eVerwJVtc!n?icJjy j
12 noon, arrive at Trenton aame day
fv A P. M.
Ltaee1 Treoton every Thursday at
A. M. arrive at Ktosioo aame day
bv 12 noon. ,
2119. From Greenville to Stanton
hure. SO milei tnd back, once a wetk
Leave Greenville every Wedoeiday
at 9 A. M. arrive at Stanlonburg tame
a. kv r P. Kf . -
Ltave Stantonburg every Thuric!y
at 5 A. M. arrive at Greeoville lame
d.y bv 2 P. M.
2190. From Gravelly Hill by LaW
and Taylor'e Bridge to Clintuo and
back, once a week.
Leave Gravelly Hill every Thurs
day at 6 A M, arrive at Clinton same
day by 3 I M. . .
lave Clinton every Friday at
A M. arrive at uravelly 11.11 sam
day by J P M.
2191. From Bedford ly Ehnec
Springs to Warrenton, 28 milea and
back, once a week.
-I,eaVe Bedford every Thursday
T A M, arrive at .Warrenton same da
by 3 P. M.
p Leave W arrenton every Tuesday
8 A. arrive at Bedford same day
bv 4 P. M.
219J. Bv Hillsboro' bv Picket O
Mill, Tha. Benchairs, Heifer's Store
Rich'd. Ilullock's and Potter's Bridg
to Oxford, 40 mild aod back, once
Leare Hillsboro every Tuesday a
G A M. arrive at Oxford samo day
by 6 P. M.
Leave Oxford evevyWdntday- l
6 A. M. arrive at Ilillsboro saru
day by 6 P. M
2193. From BLkely by Stokesburgh
to uermantown and back, once
wre"k. . '
- Leav Rlakely every Monday at
P. l. arrive at
day by 5 P. M.
Iave Gcrmantnwn every Monday
atCA. M. arrive at ElaLclv aame
dav by 10 A. M.
21P4. From' Rxb6ro' by Hue
Vooda.to Black Walnut, Va , 22
miles and back, once a week.
- Leave Roxboro every Thursday at
7 A. M. arrive at Blak Walnut aatnc
day by I P M.J
Leave Bluk Walnut every Thuri
day t 3 1-2 P M, rive at Uoxboro
same day hy J P. M.
2195.' . From Leasurgh bv Ilichtow
en to Caswell c. h.f IS milea and
back, oAce a week. T J"
Leave Leasburgh . vety itfedoet-
day at-6 A; AI. arrive at Clswell x
-" "v-w n.. -u.
im h .v. a.. ar mw
I - -
Leave C nwell e. h. every SVecTnes
day at It A. M.. arrive at Leasburgh
aame uay by 3 r. M. r
2195. From Uoekford by Juddivilje
to Bower't Store and back, once a
, . Lea ve Hdckford every .Thursday at
3 V.- M. arrive at Bower a Store next
day by 6 P. M.
Leave Bowers Store every Wed
nesday at 9 A M, arrive at Rockford
next day by 12 noon.
2197. From Concord by Mill Grove
and Hickory Grove to Bcatty's Ford
and back,, once a week.
Leave -Concord every Wednesday
at fl A. Mr arrive at t BeaMy'a Ford
lame Uay by 6 r. M.
day at C A. M. arrive at Concord
s .me day by 6 P. M
5193. FroinXawj-enceville to. Wades
bora,' SO - mitcngd back", "one
Leave Lawrenceville every Fridav
at 6 A. ;M. arrive at Wadesborough
same aay by 3 r. M.
Leave Wadesboro' every Thursday
t f A. M.arri've at Lawrsncevillc
tame day by 4 P, M, '
ba Pott Matter General mervet
the tight tt expedite the fnails, and to
aliriir.l u ll JJ2UZ
'ure M ,ny time during tba continuance
a if I km akWw. . ' - Bt . --'Jt 'i .. a
ofthe contract, by eriyingian adequate
compensation, never exceeding t lrwra-
ia ano ranee, ror an extra eXpeue which
such alteration may require.
2. Seven mirutea' ahall ba " allnw.rt
fr Opening and closing, the mails, ta
each office, whera no particular- itmt
shall ba tneciSed: hut ih P. M..,-.
Gene-al reserves (ohimself th. right of
extending (h tim. :-...,-(, 7.
S. " - I nil saal taa ai.iM..a.i Jl t .
tirlDC at mv noint af rr ,h- ,i '
- wwvs v icii uiuiuici iipia v in aaw
w 0 r Muit Jfa i
Ti'iffl in any ennirc, mm caniri'.iui
h.llfmfclt firt d'lUrt. If i ho deUf
ihtll tontinua bavond the iine f'-r the
.piriuie of an penflhu m .il, the
, liurc tha'il ba aiuil to iwict the amouni
allowed foretrryins tht roil ont lilp
f it ahall ba mida to apptr that tht am
i wit nccttlohed'bv unavuldabla accl
dent, efwhbh the rottmtaier Oeninl
thill ba the judge, Jta furfclturt nu? be
reduced to the amount ot pay tor t trip j
but lo no ctia can Ibat amount be remit
td.The fotfciiuret art otharwUt un
conditional, and will in ell cam bt co
4. Periont who mike propoi!! win
nift thalr nrietabv tht veaii paimenu
tobtmide quarterly (In the mnthi of
May,Ad(tuait November ana reoruary,
ont month af;r tba eapUatlon of each
1 . t t . f . II.. .K .11
j. riont oui a ireo wnno (jti ..-..
i.. .m.Jna.d in eirr the mail. '
l."'Pf rt WW tlwuraTOttwliat rite
perim proTiaset to carry the mH it-1
borst coach, t 3 btrtt tuge, ei inner
w'ue. ' ''.'"
t If tht persotv olTirlng propotals
wlihei tht or vili-et of csrryiax newspa
fieri n'it of tht mail, ht must statt It in
t.U bid i cihirwiso ha cannot tniy Ibat
I. ProDOtltbnt for ny improve
mtnti in transporting tht mai'i t to the
Manner of carr Ine. increa$ tf trhtdithn,
txtmiion of routes, frequency wf trlpt,
or anv other Improvement!, ire Invltcq
to be listed In the proposaltt and will ut
9. The number of the route, ind its
beginning snd termination, si sdveriited,
should he staled in every MJ and tne
propo4ii, mint be teald, directed lo the
'General f.itt unice, ofu.e ol .Mall on
ttictn i" snihSupertcrlocd " 'roioiaa."
"The following it a proper form for a
" wit awry tie mi'l, o'itu-bltf h
aditrltme:ntnt, on route .V) - from
to for the yearly (am
nentntion tf it jl.'a't "
lie mutt ttstt the place cf bit resi
dence i and if riot a contractor, Ii; mas
areomptny hia bid with niikfactoryri
... lO. Tbe dittancet. as stated, art. csd
mated, and may not be entirely correct
but if any errors have occurred in rcla
lion to themi' no fncreste of rompenst
linn will be allowed on that account. The
contractor will inform himself on that
II. The rottmatter General reserves
the riht of annulling any contract when
ever repeated failures to arrive witbintbe
contract time shall occur; or whenever
one failure shall happen amounting to the
l.t,iuui .out bxamt.ax i jJirtcjjqn I
wnicti ne may give sosn not oc promptly
13. No bid shll bt withdrawn after the
time for receiving it has expired ( and
should any person refute to take a con
tract at bit bid, bt shsii iorteii aii OlUi
AM.-t. ,1.-1 k. . a mm k.-i. mm.l W I W ml Tm"
..,., .j K.i.f ...nn.it.u c .n
i at ft s v n jf 1 1 a 'aav ivii sail
I uamiga that may result iron, bis failure
to eomply. ' " - t, '
13. No contract nor bid cm be trim
fened. without the speci.il and written
approbation of the Postomitr Gcnatal t
and an assignment of a contract, or bid,
without consent, first obttioed in writing,
shall forfeit it. This rule will never be
departed from. '-'. .
. ! Mf rontractor or bisagent-iolt
the Post Office llw' or thull transmit com
mercial lntelijr?nrr by express more ra
pidly ihan tha mail, his contract shall
be forfeited ( and, in all cases when a con
iractofhaUuo a stage, or oilier vehicle
more rapidly or more frcqtiently loan be
ll required by contract to carry th tnait,
be shall at the- aam-iieraated ecleri
If aod frequency lo tht mail, unlets the
post master Genetal tlull otherwise di
tees- and wubotU iiuj:cai?pfcompensa
15. Tba Posmatter General reserves
he rishtjf curtailing or of.diseantinuinK
any route, when, lo his opinion, the pub
lic interest shall require it ; and iu such
esse the contract alia II ceiie, io far as re
lates lo the part. curtailed, or to tbe whole
if discontinued an allowance of one
month's extra pay being made to the con
16 All eontrsrti for mutes embraced
in this advertisement shall commence on
the first diy uf January nextt aoJ cootin
ue two yeats.
Decisions on bids will be made known
on the 9th day of November nrx.
WILLIAM T. BARRY,
-----post Master General. ?
I It 7 JuTyU, 1832.
for purpotes therein mentioned, I will ael'
for ci:h, on Tburttlaythe-SOthrlnst, aTthe
dwelling hmise of HUSKY LEAZER, tie
loUommjr property ia -
.Three head of horses.
Fire or more head of cattle.
A Slock of hogs., f
Farming Utensils and
Two trari ol" land lyi.( in the ewnnty oi
nvtn " ,he "earl warrrt of r,M!t Creetvone
Uihir,T about 500 acres dcended to rhe Hein
.1 I 1 a CW W t n a aa mt w m ' . m . .
at Law of JOHN LEAZER San. dee'd adjoin
ing the ian.it of acob Oeer,Cpf,ParkaXbi
Rumnle and others. The other heW lhs nn.
divided half of a tract containing about 50 acres
sdfoining the lands of Dan'l. Overcaah. Dan'l.
Coleman. Philip Rumple and nthera.
...".-. DWi Ex. COLEMAN Tnutet.
AigwlM laiJf. : 3t33 ;
' k few reams of writing paper for tale at thit
A OITice, at g 2 50 per ream.' a few reams at
r of wrapping, at ibaW
S-iVpTmiV Vtpfiisi rvf AmmA of Tt-iibt n
NRW PAIVCY .
SPRWd U "SUMMER coons y
'a-Lot-d cith fw,t ear froq, milk,H '
J.w-York ad fb.ladclybis ef tK.
raiiofit. 1 hair tw.rt. n pu j r
"i"" '. ami ur rHtmi
!. Broari fc Kr'twa vine ii,
lJo., InvMiUa tJrea-..'4la-.,-..-.
laney ra-imerei, Saltlntltt k klarkWrfi.
Mrri.4 d ,'., Brocb.Ua, and ciri "
strata du'a., Mid trmlnetta,
Yallow Nanke a snd tint cbtckt,
French snd plaid rtiittiryro. ,
Mealcaa mis'ure, Crm Mn.
Linen TabU and tiiwat dianrr. Ue. ,
1 . .0 VA I'- J WTMK 'fT or -WMrailltt.a
VclMtia Vaaiiairi, .-.s;:rrr.rv
, Friiilt, Uinfhami and Mutlint, .
TickiKt, Blrarbed a.vd llron.' '
nnreuiix arviiinninf H ,
FirniiaraViiaitrand Cotloa fruieea.
Black .ltaHaa Bilk, ' , . V
Yeeaclipw (Vtarttitet do. "
lllue black ailk cat bU.ii,
Ch. frna d Naples, t
!;,anese and de Romania C.,int '
foniree, fif and bandana HandktretltA"
Crimson Pongea ' . du, '
Fancy Oaoae and Crape do.
. ararts, silk Mttln, and rick tgvni vtstl tU 1
ilk and cotton U.firry. (i
Fancy bonnet, belt snd eap ribboot,
flilk sprons, '
Linen cantbrie kandke rcbiefa, faaa, Ut,
Diamond Straw Bonnets,
foliah do. do.
Bel(iaa do. doH P.lm laf hall. '
Lrbura bonnris, fur and waul da.
A cuttr VAMF.TT Ot j
l atin and Crrrk Aclioul lixiki,
. Mhoes, Marorra aSina, . - ,..
Ilar4lare and Cutlciy,
Cla and Crockery-ware, Ue. Ue.
AGEALH.iL JSSQH TMfJiT Op
Carnen'tr'a Toola, eoiiaiaiiiiir o(,trp
cle mad. of bj Carp trt e;t Tu hi put
of the C001117,
l'lated, ftraat Jappan, and Prince's frtf '
Harnett mountinf, eoaeh frii.fp ij lf-.
' A f ootfawwtmrrrf of Omeeriei, UcUt.
ALL if which, they are determiurd ta
atiirurmili can be had bt ltif part sf ttw '
emtniry. Purcbaarrt will do well to eal iU 's
see our stock snd bear price! befurttbrf-.
IT. it. L- are a;raieful to the PuUW
lhir -ry l.iral nalroo.f ketrloftre, tn "
hope bv atrict atten'ion tu biuinrai, and wl "
infr (roodi cheap, lo merit a cunliauanea af lha
ia'iitr-. April ltll.jm!l
rpiIE subscriber respectfully aoiitr
x es his old customer! and frieoda.
that he still cwlnu're'io lake U '
for which, be - will gie CASII-at .
SALT in exchange, at hia nld stand,'
4'38 GEORGK TOCIES. ;
Salitlurii, X. L: Aufurt i,t. 8JJ.
n ;.7o v a J.
iiJ would reawaMr .'.
" ti form 'heir fHeaos aai -
tlx pubVte KtnmUr, Ikst r
ibey have removed ibeir
to their new SUop tvo doors below the
rcaideuce f Dr. Fernud, d. Water JtrnWl
whera thev are always ready lo attend laths .
calls of Iheir friends, jn.the Ene.f BaH?ff-;
suetj la the makiiij and repairing of Canute!
Gi. Snlkevs tVc. """ '
in all its Ttrtous bW)nts;"by'JOH.'r ftlBV'
VEB, atjiia aLfatand. . . AldL."" t
New Goods I
VF ANZEL ZZ CRESS iijii.tteee.wnt
tilimlail and winter supply of UooM,
with hia former stock, comprises every sroclt
usually kept in a Country retail atorc, tkick at
will tell low for cash or on a abort credit tf
punctual dealer. The public are retpec''J
requei'.ed to cat! and judge'for fbemtclvw.' "
Hi alto eovtinoe the mannfacture of SnUi
andTis Waait, warranted to be made of the
beat materials and In a superior style of a")
manthip. Having a very lara atoek of Tit
ware on hand and being determined to wH -at
reduced prices merchants ,would do tr
Call on bim and get their supply.
h-jT Old Coppe-, Pea tei. Feathers' TaDotV
Odeswas, and Wool, taken in exchange.... -600
ON the 10th of Bepremorr
Jane .minim laMttnH"
named WA9HIJt wf a -
27 yeara of age, a very M"
mulatto, on one -of b M"
there is a scar tjceaaioned byi
and endeavor t paw fort freawarfellg -
1 irifitt " . .,iaim. about
r. irin h will enanire m
year of age, very intelligent 1 he '"JrT'
past as the tenant ot siiin(rtoB, .,t
his name. - A re wan! of 8wrawilUe fJZ
for the delivery of either In aiiyja'd. 'f
can g,t the.n. - ;
October 15A. V4-1'-,)
ICTThe Georgian, Savannah 1 the J
cone; Columbia, 8. C.i and Ktchmond
rer. are rehtiested U pubHsh the abovtjrtJ ,
irjfil fotibid, and then forward their
IHriLL find it to their advantayei t0Lr
TT "the ffan M where every
vem&tsca isprovided for Maaand I terse, 10 "7 j ,
tbem comfortable, at themoderste charf
cents a day and night, for the jrmlejr .
Yard, the u.e of a good hotwe, are, '''at
shelter. Attached to the Yard,
and Provision Store, Bread Shop "? . "Tt
tionary, and a Iloua for Boarders ana
in a, plain, cheap, wholetome andeoniwr.,
tlvl,,,.rive"ew7e rWI. ttl 21 -:-r'
t every description, ewatly FnJsts,
keptconiily for sale at tlui