I v. -
- . -1 HE TllUr'.fc IIOVIKI .
Where k thy home I I Mk a child, . . J
W lio in ibe mornlnf air, . , ' '
Wae IwinlnK Bower most iweet and wild,
In garland forherhir. , '
JiO"ifj!!i''JPi y teirl w Pr,"'i
Ami (iriiltd in chiklith lce(
It en tba iir.ny mountain tide
Where aoft wind o)rr fret."
ObliMingl fall eavrle jroolb, r
. And 'l ill risy hour, ',
When erery tird ii joy nd truth,
. ' And treasure live In flaweril
' '(V-jy - H'M1.! 'ISln ' fN T lTllln, BM -T m, 1 iiLmbiiii
Wlut. it Ihr.bowriliMkf d of on
H'lio ben', with flashing fiicej
To hear as artWVtendtr tone
f n the WwV e'et ptee ? ' " .
flhe sakeweVbw. her -varying cheek ,
The !! Alight veil imparl .
The borne of hr yonns; apirit meek
Wu in t kindred heart.
Ab ! touli ihal vcH might ftr above,
To earth fondly cling,
And build their hope! on iiumin love,
Thai light and fragile thing !
" Where ii thy home, lliou lonely man I
I aikcJ a pilgrim grey,
Who came, with furrowed brow, and Man,
Blow mining on hi way.
v He panecd md with 1 anient mtin,
Upturnrd hit holy e,
The land I rk thou ne'er hut Ken,
1y home i in the 1 kiet !
01 bint thrice bleat ! (he heart muat be
To whrm tiich thasighNare gtrm
That walks from earthly fctieri free
I's on1 hnmr in h-avrn.
", lawsIjktuh :.o. states
Vassal ot (he first Session oj the.
Twatiy-Cong 1 as.
AN ACT Pirple mrrttory 10 tfr tf rral act ma.
kimj appropriitioii tor thr cival and military
awic luring tbe yert 011c thouutud eihl
hurjrfd anil thirty ti.
w. .- .,-Be, iL. twisted, Jy fa3&qte..an'l
House oj Represenlutim s of the Uni
ted fUqies of Auicrka in I'ongrtss
assembled. That the following sums
be, and the me are hereby appropriated
T"u b pilj out of any rhonty In the Tttu
tury riot oihcrwlie appropriated, to the
follnwin( ohecra, pecth!raflri namlj- ,
" For the pay and mileage of member
of both House ol Cong re and delegate
- end f hc join roiumiitee . lireoed.tt
pttpare a code of for the DiMtict of
Columbia, one hundred thousand doll
r For "altratton ln th Hall of the Hoiise
ofltitpreaenrariTei- on the aphof, nine
Jiunded and sixtjr duliara. ... ...
' loV'cWnRinK te courie" cJ Tlbtr
Cretk, three thousand two hundred and
, For completing the building now erec
led in the lity .of Thiliidt ipiiia Tor the
Jlttit etaUhmenlof tbe United .Siatea,
eTenteen thousand five hundred dollar.
: To'f the employ ifheot Mtfm(HMrlarjr
tlerki, to enable the commUioner of the
Central Innd OfTice to fating up the bu
atnrss of hi ufike, five thouiand dollars.
F.rf rlefrav'mii the expense ofremott
Inn fir.rn (bo buryitiR ground oi llock
Crtek Cnurch to the Congressional ctm
ctry the remain ol iamei Jjckson, and
JitncsJotie, formerly members of Con
gressfmrn the State Georgia, Ucl sum
as shall be requisite, not exceeding five
" fiondf ed dollars, ' expended " tinder
(he direction of theCltik of tbe (louse
ol R preeiuii. . t .
Fot defr)ing the increased expenses
of the ('tartermastcr's Department, in
- curred in the Indian war one hundred
F'or the completing Barrack:, Quarters,
lfopital and Store Houses, at Key VV. at,
fifteen thousand dollars.
For the expenses incurred hy the Scr
retaryofthe Treasury in collecting in
formation ot the extent and condition of
the manufacturers ot the United Sta'es,
incompliance with certain resolutions of
the House of ReprecQ:tivet, eighteen
Tj enable the President of 1 he United
.1 Suiea.lo coniracl wiitv a-ktHuUrt)it to
40 xerute. ia mrbio a pode a train a tat
ue of George Washington, to be placed
., in the centre of the Ketundo of the Capi-
lot, the sum of five thousand dollars.
For the construction under the super
intendence of the Commissioner of the
- Public Buildings, oj substantial brick or
tone Vault in ihev -'Washington Parish
bona! ground, for the temporary Inter
Janti aollar. T v ,
For arrearages irUlh from 1 dr ficlenry
i' tt apprcpili! ton Tor " 'pTinTilhTlawi' of
, ,-Jhe 'r; of,Fi0,idfa.,Bd for the pay
tneui orCTCUreenup remaining unpaid
s , esiimaud y tb Treaty UepsH
"en , one thousand seven hunditd and
' v nen dollais and fif-y cent.
Fr diStirnicr of appropriation fr tbe
' lry of -the t3overuor of Florida five
.. ln 'dition to the contingent fd of
. Ihe House of Representative five thou-
. nd dollat .. . , aM . .- .'
F, the salary 0f the Surversfifpub-
JicJ .nds in the tenitory irArkana, and
tomy psation to dughttnon and rlerkt
In hi 4mce,Tlur,fti the remuimlsrif the
eurre it jer, one ihouiai.d six hlindred
For the pay, subsistence, and forage
"I turgeoni, itni euigennt and oth
provided for by the art of June ei;h
tccnih,)iia 'thousand one hundred and
Mrty three dollars. ,
F or the pay, subsistence end other ex
pctue of the mounted ringers accord
ing to tbe eel of June fifteenth one thou
nd eight hundred and thirty .twc, In
ddi'ion to the sum of ftf y tlMuand dot
Ian hctetofve-appropiieicd, eighty three
thottitid-tx huna'red - end (ort.crn
dollare, .. ...; ,
Tor the expense of militia end tnlun
teer called Into trie service of the Uni
ted State in addition to the appropriation
of (hree hundred ibomund rtoibra here
ofore-rnad fo1 thtoJt,ot bundeed
thousand dollar's. - ' ,
For the transportation of the ermy,
nrdance subsistence and bthrr oojrm
connected with the Qiatermuster's 'V
pirtmrnrrene hundred tid twenty thou
For the lubsittence of militia called
into serviac to. suppress livdian hostilities
Rfiy sit thousand two hundred and fift
Por the payment of the pensions to
widows and orphans granted during Fa :
present session, three thntistnd doll-rv
' In order to carry Into effect the act
suplementarr to the art for the relief of
teikiin kuiviving officers, and soldiers ol
the tevol jtion,the following ituns, be
expended under Ibe dirctlion of tbe Sec
etary of war.
For the compensation of tempprry
clerks, three thousand dollars.
For rent, punting of form and rrgu
Ji..?5.j ix hundrtd tid.fii' dollata..
Sec. 2. Jtnd be. it fmt'ier enacted,
That the SLtretaty t f War be uu hoiix d
to apply a turn not exceeding three ihou
land dollar, out of the amount appropti
ted for the purchase of provision .fm
ihrtltefei the Seminole luduwv Ky the
art nuking app'opriationa for 'he Indian
I't-partmtnt for the yer one thousKitd
ci(;ht l.uiidrrd and thirty two, to defi y
Lte-xxpreruciof dclegitionolthe sji '
Indian to explore the country west ol
the Mi,,iiippj, for the ptirpnv; of dcri
ding upon a removal thither; and o
much of theprnpriMon h.r the py
men! of laborers in the ordinance D.
".Tit; r .-
iutni.c 111 uir new orr ioiz HIO 1 fit tnc
Ordinaiire Department, shall be transfer
red to the jay departmen1, t enaMe the
tyri r rcj werT 'TnTitftfHzmat e spFurffrnr; s
(i which itiit nrgsniztijon iiij-i c.
Sfc. 3. And be it further ennifiH.
I'hj: it shall be the diity of the 11 t ic t
nay rriajtet cjf.tlie. etrny i..f , the. U'iied
S'dies, in addition to the payments re
quired to be made by thrm. to the rctu
lar troops, to mak p-irment to all othei
troops In the service of the United Sia'es
whenever required thereto, by ordtr ol
Speaker of tba Houaw of Representatives.
- r i. C. CALHOUN,-
Vice-riTiiJent of fie United States and
. - Peheni i4Aweetw-..w.---Approved.
Jnlv 14. l&tf.
'. -o."ioa' '
AN AT PfOT'o'inr. for the pturrinte hy the Uiii
ted Sutea oi the right ot ih . Viinf.,,M
. Bridge Compiny, trtthe liittnct of C jIuiW4,
and lor the erection of a public bndge uu tbe
sue Merc or.
Wuxbia it is represented to thit nrearnt Con
gre that,' the Waabingtou. Bridge Co)aiiv
are wining ana arairouo to act convey ij
trsntfer to the Liiiled 8'a'ea. tbe biwlf by
- them owned, in it present condition, with all
their rixhta, prnperty and prmletfea, ana
; eompsny, under ie eTrtting hur rncttttttttg
llleir nnu picra, luimcnn, niuut, ana wsyt,
. a well ai ail rnstrrmls by them owned at llie
site of the aul bridge, whether worked up
in the eonsiruclinn or re-comtrud ion of the
tame nr 110', fot the sum of twenty tbouaand
Be it enacted by the Senate and
llnige-fif Represent ai ins of the Uni
ted States of America iu Con st ess
amcmbltd, That provided the said VJSb
ington Bridge Comp-inv shall at a Ijwful
meeiinKilihe storttholderi tberecfgcee
to conv;v, snd shall actually convey to the
United. States, the said b iilne as it now
is, with all the estate, right, title, and in
teres', either in taw or equitt, by them
owned, as a company under existing
law, io laid bridge, with lis piers, abut
ments, roads and ways, together with all
the ms'etials by them now owned as a
company, at the said bridge and wavs.
either worked up or not, in the construe
tion or re construction of the said bridge,
ind all other Ihejr rights, privilege, and
immunities as such company, within two
calendar months from the passing of thU
act ; which conveyance the laid comja
h hereby aliQri&d;, and. mpo,ejed
to make, by deed, under . their cot parate
iealr lo be flpftsl'fa WltW thfr SeTretaT-y
of tV I reaoury 01 tho U. btate, then
the said Secretary shall be, end ne -here
by ia, auihoriiud and required 10 piy to
the said company the sum of twenty
thousand dollars, otr of any moneys in
the Trea-ury not otherwise appropriated.
Sec. 2. And be it further enacted.
That, upon the executiun f such run
veyances by the said company, ihe Pres.
authorised to cause to be creeled upon
th ite of the present brj
iuffictent bridgo "across the rive Potoni
ac, of, such materials, and upon such plan
of construction at he shall approve and
direct, 'rei'iif if, . Thai the said bridge
be to constructed as to have a dtaw there
in suitable for the tafe passage of vessels
of the largest dimension capable of na
vigating the Potomac rlverabove the said
biidge, not less than ixiyix feet at tbe
least, and, alo, on each tide of the a:d
diaw,and at a suitable distance "there
from, arcb ol ufRilent elevation 10
admit the patstge ur.de r the tame of an
ordinary steamboat ; which uid draw and
arch hbir be at the Virginia channel ol
aid river And provided, further, 1 'hati
there trll be. a yimtiar draw at the il
r;laDtl ctaDtjef, of not leu than tbinjfiye
fret, swith a similar arch t Mt, firov drd
a!i, That In t'.ie selection of material k
in the construction of the iild hridg,
draw and arches, all practicable mention
shall be had to the preservation of the
navigation of ihe said river.
Sec 3. Aid be il further cnaeled.
That toward Ihe construction ol the tald
bridge and work hereby -authorised and
directed, Ihe sum of sixty thousand 1I0IU.
ba end the lime is hereby appropriated,
payable out of eny moneys in the Tie
a rrrmroi herw upproor ire4- . ---"
Src. 4. And be it further enacted,
Th.it the ijI I company shall apply end
distribute the aid sum of twenty thou
nd dollar In the following manner, thu
U49.4ay4 .fica. to reiniUuriehetlfn
es tnctfrred by the said company nut
the fast 'adjournment of Congress, to the
stockholders advancing the nni'end (be
balance among the s'ork holders, pro rata,
on the cost of each shire, ro the presen'
hoIJer thereof, to be (scerij'mcd by the
company if necessary, by the oath or af
firmitioo of the present holder.
Bee. 5. And be it further enacted,
That the provision of this act shall have
no effect, unlets three yatum, to Ixt ap
pointed by the President of the U. S. a
having no in'creat in the s, id bti 'ee or
in uy property In the District ofC'oium
'lia, and no! being inhabrtar.ts of the taid
Misirief, or a mjjoiiiy of them, shall, on
olh, decide that the property of the nid
hiidge company, so to he convey. d to the
U exclusive of any opened vUie of
the piWilegea by them held tin Icr t rii
charter a a compunr, is of the value of
twenty thoumnd dollar ; or unlets in
rase ihe said valuers, w - TOttjortty l
:hrm, shall value the sl I property at a
-urn less than twenty thoi'Sjnd dollar,
the s .id biidge company will agree to
ceep4 the rnn unt of such valu uion.
This act shull be in fjtce hoin the paas-
Appwiv-d. Jnlv It, I ft 12.
lV.,,T, .. , 1" "u. , . ,
AN Ai. r Kir the dischargi of tmlr jn(ment
agaiuattlie foni.rr Marahall ,,f i,r K.rni
dtwtct of I'ensihania, ii.d tor the rchet of I.
& w l ipprocti .,i i:.mp,
nr urnnrnn vy me wire
uouse oj uepresenitiiers or the Urn
ted Slates vf America in Cmrexs
nxsrralilt(lri.'i 'hnt: the Htcreiar y f- tlt
l'rrarii7 be sntl 19 tiriT;- 'r"nrtrrt snd re-
inir.d to pay out of aitv rnmi, y in the .Treasury
not otb?rtii approprialc.il, i lie an-.i'un'.a t:o
evrrl;y Hue oivm certain jii.tgirX't'i'a rtiKlar
(rt In favor of ' rtal tmnrain'e Compawira f
ihe citv ot'.Ww Vorlt rrint the Ute Mariliall
t the Kaati rn iitri(.( of Temi
"")'".!, that ,s
id. red Sv the cir-
ict f iv .n.vtv.n!.
. v : upon a J tdetneiit reu
cuit CMirt of im rs-tffmoitrict
.4M.aIu Uaw'y fiiaiLw ifUy,.eiUie4iu.liuru.
trt'O son tn nv, 10 Tavor ot the ''ccin Insu
rance Com; ny, aKainai Jnhn Con ml, f irthir
ty one thonn'njtliire biitidrr'd ih'l thirlv firre
J.. Lr and loo-teen centa, alto upon a judg
ment TMidi ri d in the ainie cjiirt 00 the iwen-u-
sccwuJ May, irtliteit buiklred and thirty, in
fav-.r ..( Hi,, t'acifii lniTne Cnmpsnv, againal
liir J,n Coaud, for. Wr two tlmuaanr
five hiiiKl-rc! and ninety one Sonars ami nrr
eiKni ceni 1 alao upon a jud "nent rrndrred in
the sffi court the twenty acennj ( May. eich-
l-n husib-fd n4.lhi:tia- fvr.ojC tb Mep.
ua, t durance Compah) against the raid John
Couard.l'ar eleven tboiuand eight Luodred and
ciuhty-'wo dollar and twenty-five tents j also,
nnnn jl?meni rend red m trie nme court,
tm the 'w-n'VJecund.ilav of . May. eighteen
rmodrrd and thirty, tn favor of the National
Ii surance fusipaiuea against the amd Jnhn
Offlifil, for atxti'en IhrXiaand ight hnndred
ami foriv.i'io lHtsr and eiehtv-aii cent also
upon a juJ(mei7rre"ndered in the same court on
the twenty -eond of May, eighteen hundred
and thirty, in favor of the American Insurance
Cwmanv, toe twenty thousand. two hundred
and ninetv-three dot 'ars and one . een 1 s'sn,
upon a jinii;tnrnt in the Tte etnt-t rendered
the twenty tot.rh of May, eighteen Imndredl,
sou toiety.-in iavoe u tns.iagafs.. Inauranee
(Jornpam, fur a. ai. cn ihuaand two hundred
anl one diillars and e;ghty-fi cents, against
he said Jnhn Cona-d i also, upon (judgment
rendered in the same curt Ihe tenth of No
vemuer, e'njhtern hundred and thirtv, in favor
of the Merchants Fire Ii mirance riomnanv.
afrainst tlie anii! John Cnnard, fur twenty-five
tltoos tnd eieht hundred and aesewty sit dollars
Hl iwn'y-nve centa ; also, upon a judgiiicnt
rende red in the aame court the tenth of No
vember, eighteen hundred and lliir.y, in favor
of the Atlantin Insurance C'impanv, acsina1 llio
said, John foftwenir riehf ttrmrsanrt
rme hundred and seventy. avea dollars and
fiftv 6ve cents ( togi- lier 'vi'h the interest and
all the lrj;sl emti which hxsefirref,irrt on -the
id jiidirmrnt against the aakl Conard, either
in the said circuit court nr upon the adirmaiire
of any of (lie said jodmenta in the (Supreme
Court of ihe fi.it.-d nirs
Hrc. 2. And be i further resolved,
That tin Secitarv of ihe Treasury be, and h
is herebr irtirird to adjust ami settle tin
claims ol I iJ vV. Lippincott and '.'ompany,
Piiiiadi-lol ia. for dkmaiea snslaii i H h th.m
rfn consequence of the illegal geisure of teaa
made in tile laid ci'y of I'hilaCeliihia, by ir
Collector of that Tor', acting under the orders
of ihe Secretary of the Treaniry, tp be paid out
of any money in the T'eaaury not olhcrwiae
appropriated : t'rtiited. That no allowance
shall -be. na4 "fof any damsi auaiatned by
them u her tl an the interest upon the amount
enee in the value of laid property at the time
of i delivery ia them-on tbe aubalituiiuit f
utlter s c-..t-'v. - 1
Awrowd. Jnlv 14, 1831.
ON the 10th of Septembei
hurt, from my plantation in
Jonc cosinty, fwo nrgrgea. one'i
27 yeamttage, a very brihT
niiit4i 11. ma uitew iir niti hnn.i,.
If J ' fTii i ii I WAP hrrniinhAJ k.. -
cm 1 hn will ehanire hi. .,.,
and endeavor to fora free man. The other
wfimtf .JMfN;'-"s "Www imiHttt - abmjt 36
year of age, ve.-y .'Heliitfot 1 he wilt probably
pas a' the servant tirwshTrgton, m ehane'e
hi name. A rewnrd of 25 Hollars will be given
for the delivery of eituer in any Jail, so that I
can get them. , . , JAMES LAMAR.
October 6A. aVJtf
ICPTlie ticortrian. Savannah 1 the Tt.
cope, Columbia, S. Cj nt Htebmond Knqui.
until forbid, aod then forward their aocounta t.
' XOT.J. JOKBS t
A'VTin..VK AT L.WV.
MYTiLL' practiee Hihe Court of tuia County
V T ty. navidson. If, eklenbttrr k Chrri.
lit pfTiee i a fe w door below the Couit-Honae.
VcHitr ath, liiJl. f -
N O IV I C 13 .
"IIB Copartnership e:iiting uti
JL der he name of Thomas Fuller
is this place, end Jones Fuller in Wil-
Iington,"was dissolved on the 28th
ly, by the death pf Thomas Fuller,
ihe Subscriber at surviving Partner,
ill proceed to dote the business of
e'epneern, and reque j those intlcb
ftd to it to make immediate payment,
r their accounts w ill be placrd ia the
anili of inoflicef toTt'o!ltio.--w-Thr
umainder of the Stock will be
fold at PUBLIC AUCTION,' com
mencing on the 3rd clay .of October
Ijext and continue from-dayC' dy
intil tiie whole it ltsLoei ojfii con
lists in part, of the following articles,
COTT'hW BACCANC, XAILS,
(cut and wrouehtj COTTON
CARDS, llAllOlVAni) f- CUT
LFJlY, DRY GOODS, HATS,
sunns, iviXDOif.d i.a w,
80LR y VPPKR I.KATliKU,
CROCKER Y- WARE, LOAF b
LUMP SUGAR, POWDER,
MINTS, 01 1 A, DYE-STUFFS
M EDI (AXES, bfi.
Terms mad kno-on div of tale.
JOXIM YVIA.VM, sure. Part.
FatctfevUte, Seit. ,8, 1 832." 2i43
'PUT! Subscriht-r, having ob-ained
letter f( -adaHtaistrsitiun, on the
Kttate ol V'sbiiigton Hvers dte'd.,
! :rnurt all per-ns indebted to thr
I 1 in,
'ln'p tJ m,ke PVmer.t, and !l hav.
ing claim agVuist said Cvtatf, to pre
t(M thrm tluTy authenticated, and in
1 tPe .ime prr.criht-d (v la. 40tf
ANN C. WWAlAlininlifratrir.
In 'y.i'fy. Spring Term 1832.
. . . Att.t till 4TD OTHRB
Amo Wcsvia IS wifk (J Otbsb.
yr appearing to the aati
I , rV, . . ... , f
1 the C urt, that the deft-
nd sr ts Wil.
IIia!Tt..lh.p'rrt.is (nd J lenrv Car ill, Hugh
lli. K ng and wife, and VVfiTii.irh'YiunR
Kxccutor of Widiiim Gill, du.u.u re
side within the limits . f jhe S.ate of
North-Carolma. It is therefore or
dered that publication be made for stx
weeks in the Western Carolinian duo.
lisle" In flr,.burV?' IKinTiTiald KT
-fendsnta appear at the nest Superior
Conrt of Kqijit'v to be jield .for, the
County of 1 re dell oil the "6 th Monday
ftT the -4th - Monday, of. .September
neit, and plead, answer, or .demur t.rj
the bill of comprint, filed by Allen
GUI aod other 1 otherwise ataitj .liI
wilt.be heard Ex Parte, and Judgment
entered up accorrlinglv. Witness
John Mashat Clerk and Matter of our
said Court at Office the 6th Monday
aftrr the 4'.h M nd-iy of M irch 1832.
t it IO (IV MITfJi I A T f 1 v
IROM the iSubscrJher
on the night of the
31st AttgHst last, my ne
gro man TOM, about 22
or 2J yeara old, black
complected, had on a
blue broad cloth toat and pantaloons,
black fur hat, (fashionable) about 5
el$ L?rJ,P. Jn.Qheihigb.-tautJwiJu4
Prom what I can learn from diffi-'rent!
sources, I amHnduccd f believe, tht
he has been persutdedto leave me
by some white person, who has pro
mised him hia freedom on their reach
ing lomc free ate. I will pay ten
dollars to any person whr will con
fine him in any jail io the state, so
that 1 get him agnin.
Caburrus County, X. C. i
fjTJ Tnc ' Miners' fj? Farmers'
Jjurnd, are rrq.iesttd to publish the
above until f orbid, and forward tbeir
jccount to J), Storkei 1. M. Cor.Cord
Jl baU be JiqaitUtefl rt i(.htf
40tf S. TL'IINER.
URTON CnsiOl will hractict law in
the county courts of Rowan. He nuv. a
jH times, he found, at the oflice of- the
(JjmiLHii TOX4tn4CII ERA IV.
THE STF.S.M BOAT MACON
rwx. J. C. GRA
ienKuced last summer,
'!l.r.un" b'ffnljatleston aod.Jie
rw calling at Geo. Town on her way up
aMdswtir -will resume he Trips in the
eoure of a few days and is Intended to be
continued In the trade tba ensuing tea
rV- ,.:.,.I.i .'',:;:, ;; -
Her exceeding light dtaft of Water
drawing when loaded only about four and
a half feet water will enable her to reach
Cheraw at all times except, an uncom
mon low ilver, when her cargo, be
lightened I the Expense of Boat.
J. B. CLOG II.-
Chartetton Srtl. 26, F831.
- N. u, She ha comfortable accomo
dations for a few passengers. 92it
' J. B. C. - J
T? OR carrying the M41I of the TJn-
JL itcd Sta'rt f r two yfars, from
the first iiv of January, lftJ3, to ihe
3 1st tUy of Dtfcembcri, 183 , on the
folfowing pust route J in North CarolU
na, will be received at this office un.
lit the tecond day of November next,
inclusive t to be decided 00 ihc.'Jih
day of November. "
218r;r-From Columbia to Spring
ftrltl, to 'Vyrrcl County, and batkoncc
a weekr -'.'.,. i r,
Leave C!umbia every Monday at
G a. Til. arrivp at Springfield tarns
day by 6 p. m.
a ac :..'v- n. 1
pi v A. PI. ttiv vwaiHu-au
dlV 1)V 6 P. M.
2188. From Kinston to Trenton, 50
- ' . .
10 lit t and, bat k , j?nc vf k .
Leave Kmston every edncsd:iv Tt
12 na'tn, arrive at Trenton tame dv
by f, T. M. r
Leave Trenton every Thunday t
G A. M. arrive at Kintton aame day
by 12 noon.
2189. From Greenville to Stanton,
burg, 30 miles and back, once a wrtk.
Leave Orecnville every Wed -estliv
at 9 A. M. arrive it fltantot,burg same
day by 7 V. M.
Leave Staotot.burg every Thursday
at 5 A. M. arrive at Greenville tame
day by 2 P. M.
21'JO. From Oravelly Hill by Isbor,
and Taylor't Bridge to Clinton and
baekj once sveek - - . - -
Leave Gravelly 1 1 ill every Tnuri-
day At 0 A M, arrive at Clinton same
d.y 6y 3 r M.
Leave Clinton every Friday at 6
A M, arrive at Gravelly Hill aame
day by 3 P M.
2191. Frum Bedford by Sh'cco
Springs to Warrentoo, 28 . milei and
back, once a week!
LeaycBedfiird every Thurid.iy at
7 A M, arrive ut Warrcnton aame d.iy
by 3 I'. M.
1,cjvc Warrcnton evcrr Tuesday at
i& A-l. arriat. UdLxl ..same, day
1)v 4 P. M.
2l9i. Bv Ilillsboro'bv Pick-t's Oil
MiW, Ths.'Reochairt, Htster's Sioie,
iRlcJiMJunock's and Potter's Bridgf
to Uxlord,40 miles and bick, once a
Ieave'IIilUbo'ro' every Tuesday at
by G P. AL
Leare Oxfrird everr Wrdnesdav t
6 A. M. arrive at Hillttboro tame
daV by 6 P. M.
2193. From ULkelv by Stolesburgh
t .Germantown and back, once V
" Leave Ulaafely every Monday" at
P. M.: arrive at, Gcrmaatowa . aame
day by 5 P. M.
-Hare fJermantown every Monday
at 6 A. Me rrive aU . Blakelv same
dir by 10 KIU
21 94-, From Roxboro by Hugh
Wuodj to Khck-.Walnut,-Ya,-22
mile and back, once a wetk.
Leave Roxboro every Thursday at
7 A. M. arrive at Black Walnut aame
day bv 1 PA1.
-Leave Black WwInut. every Thurs
day .it 3 1.2 P M, arrive at R jxboro
arne day by.9 P. -M.T,..;:,,:",.,:,.;
2195. From Leaburgh bv Hichtow
era to Caswell c. h., 15 miles aud
back, once a week.
Leave Leasburgh every Wednes
day at 6 A. M. arrive at Caswell c.
h., same day bv 10 A. M.
Leave Caswell c. h. every .Wednes
day at II A. M.. arrive at Leasburgh
same day bv 3 P. M,
2 1 93. Frm Rrck ford by JuddsviHe
to Rower's Store and back, once a
wetk. .. ..
Leave R ckford every Thursday at
3 PM. arrive at B twer's Store next
day by P. I. r
Leave Bowers' Store every Wed
nesday at 9 A M, arrive at Rockford
next day by 13 noon,
2J97. From Concord bv Milt Grove
and Hickory Grave to Beatty's Ford
and hack, emce a week.
Leave Concord every Wednesday
at 6 A. M. arrive at Bcauy's Ford
same day by 6 P. M. .
Leaver Beatty- Ford, eyc
s me day by 6 P. M.
i ... l -r...
2198. From Lawrenceville to Wades
boro,' 20 miles and back, once a
Leave La wrenocyille every Friday
at 6 A. M. arrive at Wadesbotough
same day bv 5 P, M.
" Leave i WidestofovefjTTfiursSay
at 7 A. M. arrive at Lawrenceville
same day by 4 P. M.
1. The Po&t Master Gcnenl reserves
Jbfe rigbe, expedite. .ihejaitssA,ta.
alter the times of their srrival snddepar
tore at sny ihne during the Ttontlnuance
of the contract, by ' giving sn adequate
compensation, never exceeding a tro r
ta allo-eance, for an extra expense which
such alteration may require.
2. Seven minutes -shall be allowed
for Opening and doting the mailt, ta
each office,' where no particular itme
shall bt speciBedf but-t he Post Master i
General reserves to himself the rfght of
et tending the time. : ";
.J. , For f very ten mlnuterdelajf in tr
Iting at snrjioint after the time pre
scribed in any contract, .tbe contractor
shajt forfeit fire dollars. . If the delay
tSall continue bevond Hi tu, .
depsnuieof.ny undin, ,,.. ,,,
aiiowea lor carrying th, mii, '""
If it shall b. mad, LD3.T: '!!
by W4 occasioned b .
dent, of which ih. Po,,m ,;V;
reduced to th .,ne-jr f p,.f' "
but In no case can that tm,l.V
ted The fotfeitures ar.
comHiiooal, md will i ,l Uut
forced. ? t
if. 1w5rwTI5Ti5,e' 1,
tare their prices brtheyf-;'
May, August, NosenDer' md r.J?
one nianth uf:r tk -..:...!
I . ' v
-A-Aooe W a free whhe m
be Impfyfd to Cany tb. mfil -
6. ProHHaU should Vate wk.,i...
1 persoa ptoposts tocarrv ,.a7!,,
7. If the person ollVrlo trn.
wuhe the nrl.it,... r ? Pl
per out of the mail, he m,...-?.'!,''1
hi did 1 otherwiie be cmpot lft:,)t
privilege. ' ' '
8. . I ropotliians for nv U,
mentt in transporting the m;!,
mannrr of Cirrying, i,l(rtu, titlZ
or aiiv oilw r innwiu. . r
- .. ... ,l( ,rt
to be tiated in the p.opoiab, ib ,lflt
alalia. rnr.i.i.l raJ
9. The number of the mm, j,
beginning and letn.ination.i,
h.uld be stated in every bid;
proposal, nitiHt be tseatleH, diretrdteZ
" Oer.eral Post Oaker0(ncef MflfiJ
facts ;" and Supersctller Prufn
The following a prop, fa
" v:!l ntvrtj tie matt, BftMk
advertUetrtrnt, un route ,Vo - I
irntntion jf tlollav,''
Ife mutt state the pUe of kit rr
dence ; and if not a contractor,
accompany his bid with satisfactory
iO The JrsuncVs, 'sV ttitrd, tr erj,
mated, and nruy not be entirely wrrec
but if any errors have occotrtj ,4
tion to thern, no increase, of coape.
tbu will Jbe IoeiLoa.thai4ccHHMTv
contractor will inform hiuuelf ttm
1 1 . The Postmaster General tras
he right of annulling snywtrsttsi
r veTTiepeatTd failureiTolrrTve ajiUsiS
contract time iball occur ; or tliatij
one failure shll hsppen amoun hijie'sj
rss pf trip : or whenever.. mi di'tttU
which he mijr g.ve shall oot be proD'ti I
obeyed. . . . - ...v- ,. I
I i. No bid shll be wjthdriws ifiar tV?
time for receiving it k.s ttaKtst s-J
should any person refuse 4ostsy
r... at his bid, he shall forfeit iH
contract i j,m ithiwa.
partrjoent, and be held rcsponsiiil law-A
damage that may result from UiU
o ennplr -- - 7
tS. No eorrtrict nor bit! tut h tw
ferrcd wil ho.u.t..!h tpecJiL to.i.s .rirt,
approbation of the Postaier .Gcnttii
and an I.awiriroYril .oLa contract. a
without. consent, first obulqed nwriiii;
shall forfeit it. . This rule, till stitts
dr-parted from "" "' "r "
- I If a contractor or hi teeot tUe
the f ost OITice law' or shall tranttnKcsi
mercial inteligtnre by express mwr
fpidty- -thun - the mail,- his wrww
be forfeited ; and la all cases haits
tractor s,hall run a stage, or othrli
mor rapidly or more - fretiefftw-isw a
1 a required oy coo tract torairita,
ty and fioquenty to the rhjil, ttiilesstw
post master Ocncsal shtll otherstut
rcct, and without increais of compett
I J. The Posmst'er Genrnl rw
be right of cortailinir or of ilicoitinis;
anr route, w hen, in his opinion, ifcipt
lie interest thall rtuiure it ; and s
case the cootract ahull cesw so far
lutes to the part curtailed, or tothewhw
if diconinuyd.an lljwinc of1
16. All contract! for routti emV
in this srivertisemetit shall conmenc
the first day of January next, ad to"-
ue wo yeats.
Decinions on bids will be matf?
on tbo 9th day of November rnf
WILLI M T. BAKKJ,
Post Muter Central
General P. 0. DepartmisT, !
Ut4r Jufy2i,Wi. ;,
-1- TITTl., m,: rnminrnct OS 1
TURF, will commence os
day, the 23d day of Octher a
and contio'ue "tnree dayiTi y
.... atlAM .r V
three mile Heats, purse " i
ond day, two mile heats, purs I j
Third ,fv IT .ndv dan Piir ?4
..... v. ""f r - .
best in five, for heentrance
horse. To be governed by iM;
of the New-Market Coe. 7
JOHN II. IIARPIM,'
at the stand. .
Infona their "r,
they have ret""
to their aew Shop two door ' sr
reaiUence er ur. rerran. .
hre tbey are alway readr . an
call, of their friends. I M
such a the making and repainnf "
Oitnu Sulkev tie. . nm
. " ... .'. i..:MaMo" .
all it vsriou branehe, & vf wr
VEUr at Lit 0ld tAtL. --