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VOLU--E VIII. - -ge--itl ouvtiose,. . 84.N -
W. F. DI(TRiSUL.It)PRIETOR.
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-Three Dollazs and 'ily Cents. if not paid
before the expiration of Six Months from the
date of Subscription-and Four Dollars if nod
paid within twelve Months. Subscribers out
of the State are requited to pay in ad.rxcc.
No subscription received fer less than oea
#ar, and no paper discontinued until all arrear
ages are paid, except at the option of the Pub.
All subsjciptions will be continued nIless
otherwise ordered before the expiration of the
. Any person procuring five Subscribers and
becoming responsible for the same, shall receive
the sixth copy gratis.
Advertiiiemeats conspsicuously iuserted at 624
cents per square. (12 hien, or lea.,) for the first
insertion, and 431 cents, for each connesuaice.
Those published Montily, or quarterly will be
charged $1 per square tor cacti insertion. Ad
versisements not having time tumber of inser
tions marked on them. will be continued until
ordered out. and charged accordingly.
All Job work done for persous living at a
dtstance, innit be paid fir at the time the work
is done, or the my meni uieciured in the village.
All conwisimeations addressed to the tditor.
post paid, will be promptly and strictly attend.
P ROPOSALS for carryimg the 3aiis or
the United States. Ia oume tao 1st July. 1843.
to the 30th of June. 1647, inclusive. Sooth Car
olim, will be received at the Contract Otlice of
the Post Otlice Dsepartment. is the city tf
Washinaton, until 3 o'clock P 51 of the 13th
day of April, 1643. (to be decided by tihe 1511h
day of May.) on the routes and the meantier and
time herein specified. vir.:
IN SOUTH CAROLINA.
3182 Front Adam's lon to Edisto Island,
15 miles and back once a week.
Leave Adans's Run every Wednesday. at 6
a in. arrive at Edisto Island same day 'by II
Leave Edisto Island every Wednesday at I
p in, arrive at Adam's Hun samie day by i
Proposals forsemi-wcekly or tri.-weekly ser
-vice u ill be considered.
3153 From Aikeni to Treadiay's Bridge,
25 miles and back, once a week.
Luau" Aikeu every Tbursdny at 5 a nt, ar
rive at Treadway's llrid;c sane day by 12 im.
Leame Treadway's Bridge every Thurdny
at u p m; arrive at Aikca samte day by 6 p m.
Ui From Conwayaborough to tair $luff,
N C, 45 miles and back, once a week.
Lease Conwaysborough every Monday at 5
a m; arrive at Fair Bluffsane day by 8 p in.
Loamq Fair Bluff every Tuesay at 5 a m;
arrie at Conwaysboroag same by & P u.
ggkM-Pira.r Cimaurt Cask.K X- eAth
el, to Yorkville, S C., 15 miles and b once
1eave Crowder's Creek every Wednesday
at 6a nt; arrive at Yorkeille same day by II a
Leave Yorkrille every Wednesday at I p n;
arrive at Crowder's Creek same day by 6 p Iii.
3186 From Greeicille c h. by AMiller's,
Dookman's, Cashville. Woodrufi's Van Pat
ten's. William Goldstuith. jr's, and Dr. Au.
tin's, to Groeuville c hI, equal to 30 miles aiid
back, once a week.
Leare Greenville every Friday at 0 a in ; ar.
rive at Greencille next day by 6 ti in.
3157 From Ilurricaue to llaiicockrille, 20
miles and back, once a wcfk.
Leave Hurricane eery Friday at 5 a n; ar
rise at Hancockville same day by I I a w.
Leave Haicockville every Friday at 2 p in;
arrive at Hurricane same day by d p m.
31dd Frot Lacolntom, N C. Iy Long Creek
Shoals. Falls. and Crow der's Creek, to York.
ville, * c. 37 1.-2 miles and back, once a w'teek.
Leave Lincoliaton every Weelzmsday at 5 a
m; arri e nt Yurkeille same day by 6 p ti.
Leave Ycrkville every Toimsday at 5 a n;
y rime at Lancolaton -ame day by t p in.
31M9 From Marion c h by Urittoi's Neck,
to couwaysboro' 40 miles and back. once a
Leae Marion c I every Sunday at 5a i; ar
rive at conwaysborn' same day Iy 7 p it.
Lease conwnythoras' eerucy M.ilny at 5 a
ro, armve at Marion c hi wnm day lby 7 p mn.
3190 From Tracelle'r's iest to PumnpLkin
town, 1G miles and bmek. onc ai week.
Leave Traveller's itest every Wuthnesdlay at
8 am; arrire at l'umspkimitowi same day by I
Leare Pumipkintown ere'ury WVednesday t
2 p~ m ; arrive at Trac-eller's lIeat same day by
3191 From Wimnsborotugh. by Graydeno's,
to Rocky Mount, 25 miles and back, once a
Leaa Winnaborough every Thursday at 8 a
in; arrive at Rocky Mount same day by 4 p mi.
Leave itocky MVount erery Friday :at ani;
arrie at Wiisborough snime diny by 4 p mr.
1. Seven minnute- are' allowed for opening
and closing the mails a: all aticles, whmere no
particular time is specified.
2. Post (Ollice blankus, m-sul hags, nre to be
conveyed without furthewr charge on mud lines
admitting of sucia conve-yanice.
3. In all cases, therm, is to bo a forfeiture of
the 'pay of the tripi, wheni the trip in tnt ru;
a forfeiure of at least wine-fourth patt of iv.
when the runnuing or arriva-l:. iso far behind
time as to lose the connecinsan with a .lkpend-t
ing mail; and a forfeiture of a dime proportion
of it, when a grade of service is rende'red iinfe
rnor to thtat int thte contract. These forfeitures
may be increased into penaltica of higher
amount, according to the niature or frequency
of the failure and the iimortaince of the miail.
4. Fines will he impo..ed, niuless the dehin
quency he satisfactorily expLatined in due tinae.
for failing to take f'rsmn, or dheliver at a post ul
fice, the mail, or any partt of it; for stntfernig
it to be wet, injured, lost, or destroyed; for con
veying it in a place or Imauner that exp~oses it
to depredation. loss, or injnry ; nout arrieinq at
the tilin set. And for settog nap ur runtnin~
an express to transmit commtercial isitelligenice
ia advance of the mail, a p'enaliy will be exact
.equa to a quarter's pay.
5.' e P'ostma~ster Genteral mzay annul the coni
tract for repeated failures; for violating the
Post Office'laws; for disobe-ying the imne.uc
tions of the Dlepartmaenit; fier refusing to dis
cbarge a carnier whent required by the Depart.
wsent; for assigning the contract without thet
consent of the Postumaster Geneeral, or for set,
tttg utn or euintg an express as aforesaid.
A. The Pennnr Gencial,.a:,,naltr th en.
Irac. and niter the sechedule. he! ailowing a pro
rain isncrease of, comapsnuawstion. within the re
Strictions imposed by law, tsar the additional
aso:. a.:,: t, qui-rd. or for the increased speed. i I
we unplostswa: .,f addiional stock or carriers I
is reudert.d necers.ary. i1:? :h4e contractor mtay.
in such case. relinquish the contragi, on timely
notice. if he prefer it to dae change. lie may
alao daacontinue or curaiil the service, be allow
ing oi.e aaoathl's extra pay on the anount dis.
7. The payments .will be mnade through
draf he on post offices or other wie, afler die et.c
piration o'eanch quarter, say in Febreary, May,
August. and Novensber.
8. The distances are "iren according to the
best infortuation ; but to increased pay will be
alloweid. shosauld they prove to be greater tiann
is advertised, if the places are correctly tamaed.
9. The Piostumste General ts lroalahited
by law irom knowingly aning is contract fur
thetranaspeortatioa, um the uadn with aay persona h
whto sill hare eoatered into ma csinta.,tion.
or proposed to enter inte anay co:hination. :o
prerenat the sanman of utay hid for it mail con.
tract bry any other pea soe or persons, who aball
have maade ay agrcsaesat. or halt bare given,
or perfortnue. or proutsei to Aivn or perlrin.
any consadeton to do. or not to da., anything
whaterer to mnduce anay other peaon out to bid
for a uutil contract.
11) A lid rcceced after titme, to-wit: the
13th Aterti next at:1 p a, or without the ganar
antee required loy aw; or that conbmaea aeve
ral routes in onse suim Of Cst' pesastison. cannot
be considered in competition with a regttlar
proposal. not adjndged to be ex1travanant.
I I. A bidJer tony propose dil'erest days and
houts, of* departulre and arivl,..M prinided4 nto
umore rusnninsg tine i. asked. and at is obviouis
iint noo olait Connsexion of 0ther accamosOaOdation
is prejudiced. lie a -per itied m
bet of days fur more rnaing liume to the to I
at certain scesolt of pecullarly bad roads.- d
But. beyond these changes a proposal for ser
vice diferent froan the advertiseneat will pore- n
vient its being considered in romnetition with a e
regular bid, not set aside for etraeagance; y
and where a bid contains any of tiie above at- 1,
terations, their disadcantares % ill be catiJ:natLed
in eostring it with otlher psropoasals.
1U. There should be but one route for bid i
1. The route, th sert-icetie yearly pny,
the bidder's Almue and residence, and the najine
ofeach member ofthe fisi. where ia cuonfpans
of'era. abould tho distinctly stated.
i1. The fMIonin; is the form uf the uaranty
which shoud' be billed, the first bhik wills the -
nane of the guarantor. the asecond with th-t of
the bidder; and she tisid and tourth with the r
beginning and termninting points of the route
aid after being dated. should be signed by the
guarantor, who must be shown by the written
certificate of a postmaster, ot other, IF usa
iafactol testimauial to be a man 0
and abe to sake good his g
auty,so certified, shokuld aorn
- i hik bid fur c navrrn the mpail from - a
to - be accepted by te Potmaster Gen
eral. - shall enter .nto an obligatisn prior
to the let day afJusy tnext. wath good and saf
ficient sureties, to perform the serrice troisosed.
--D a d -" ni
15. The boid siould Ia sent under seat, .ad
dressad to the l'irst .\siistmt Potsnater G,0n-1 il
cral, with '1 l Propolas in the State 1)f ma
." rittens #sa he face -l the lette'i nsav
4hould le deslatcheld in t1in! to te received by
or before the 13th Apral neat.sait3 o'clock. last I.
1-0. The cotrocms are to be executed before
tei lat July nlext.
Pos Ofst rc Departmsntl. Jannary 7. MCI3. I
C. A. W%*ICKLIlyyt. 1
Janary P, 1843 121 W 51
Adminuurators Notice. B
A LL persons having demansk against
the estate of Bfurrel E. Ilobbi dec'di. I
are retiue-ited mo renoder themn in is the sub
scriber properly w aent icatedt, ant those
indebtlled to iaid estate, tare reclueste-l to
LAlRA ANN tIOllOS,
JAS. S. It IlClISON.
ire. 13., 18-11 i 46
Sicite IRi.'hts ande .ISate MlI(,Uanis !
SAi)L~tE, l il)LE. ii A INESS AND)
R ElS~i.*V.Tl' L lY insfrms themei'
zenst5 aof -fe'ld lDi-,srict, thaat ha'
ha r'otsmncedca the isaoe buisitae.a isanall
55s var1)ios branhes. Ilaving jasat ci
vest frust the Esternm Cities.,: n gplendsidl a
'oritmenti of Bitas, Miunurting. andts Le'ailher,
lie assasres the psublic mhainis wo.~itaran n ill bes I
donse its a style equal isa anyv Manufatssory
in the State. aet redueed prices.
N. B. Mlilitary accutren.:nuts in5 tihe
mosst apsprovedl style.
Edgetiold C. (f., Feb'l 1 if I
.J. D. TI BBET TS,
W~J OULD respectftally jirsri the citi
TVzeus oif Edgefitld ands its ?icinaity,
thait he has ssecentty coas'mecd the lshoe
business fur himself. anad hopes by strict
atientintO bsusiness to smeris the piatronauge,
of time public. Work done to orde-r, with,
neastnes's anad despasch. Alt work sotld by I
lim will he warr'anted. Ile will sell fur
eah only. witis a discounat of lens per cnt.
froum formert prices. iii shop is to be
found ina the North cud of the Store for
tely' occupied by C. A. Dowdl.
Edgeficki C. 11., Jan. 2.5 t' .52
STAlTE OF ' '. CAROLINA,'
IN THE COaMMON PLEAS.
Carwitc. Mloore & Cou. DelrininDb.
1iii: Pani',havaaig slas daaa iesteir
k- tctlaration arm thias e::, isn any ealis'e assad
tbe defendaa hav~nga no ifeit or attornecy.
knoewni to les wattiz:: tim,, State. sass tilsonama cov.
jav aorsaisd dteclaratsmn, wvith .atue tao lled catnm
leserved: It a orde'reud, thsat thea antadt defen'd
~ant do plead to thae snisd adechuntaion, 'ithamn a
year anal a day room the pumblications oaf thaiss er.I
der, or final ad aibsolute judgmenat wilt be
awarded agaianst himsa.
GF.EO. POiI:. c. c. at
rv-k.,nmc , c 1'stts. ly ant
SITUATED tbree miles above Liberty
Hill, near Bet buny Church, in Edge
ield District, on a poor ridge of land, re
note froin plantations, or any local cause
The Trustees of this Institution take
reat pleasure in anuouncing to the public
.eneraIly, habt they have secured the servi
cs of the llev. A. G. Baxwt:a, to take
liarge of it for the present year. commen
ing on the first Mouday in February ;
ud from the reputatioi. high recornmend
tions andl long experieisce of this gentle
nan ts a Teacher, the Trustees feel per
rctly justified in recommending this In.
titutiot to the country around, and to the
iublic generally for their support. Gixad
loarditag can he obtainted in the neibhor
lood Convenient in the school at Aix dollara
ier iotit. Ten mouths n% ill be the scho
aWtic year. divided 'nto two sesionas. tie
tonths each. and at the close of euch sea
iota a public examinatiu of the siudcuts
vill take place.
The fullow% ing branches ill be tnnght.
ad at the fallowing prices, viz
Orthographv, Reading, Writing,. Arith
nntic, 3lodern History. aud
Modern Geography. per sess. -$ t; 00
:nglishi Grammar, Aucient Ilisto.
ry, Ancient Geog raphy, aot
any. Natural lheisuphly. Book
Keeping, &c.. per ussiou. 9 00
loral Philosuphy. Rhetoric. Sur
%eying. Chemnistry. Astrouoarny,
&c., &c., per session. 10 00
31r. U. is amply qualitied to teach the
ead languages, but anticipating his Eta
lish Scholars itill ie quite suflicient to
igage his entire attention for the present
ear. he does not pojpose to take any stu.
cnt. only those %% Ira wish to cuage in the
udy of the branches above set forth.
ABNER P-ERtlIN, )
T. J. lihBhLElt,
E. G. I ERSN, Truc.
A -P. FT i.Y LOR,
WV. S. COlilltAN. )
Fub. 1, 1S13 Gt 1
pfensanL Bill Academy.
r HE Trustees of the Pleasant [Hill
School respectfully inforz, the pub
: that they have en aged the servicds of
[r. D. WaITY an(adj S. DuNToN, ror
s reseutyear. Mr.White takes charge
460e1ale,i zd Mrs. Dui,
,a ge C90i and Mat1
eut three quarters of a
The School is now i
ill contmnuo until the I
The long experience of Ali Wiite, and
ec kuuni it nccumiplislaietits of ' Is. Dun
mn, warruant us int believing that those
ho itnay favor them w% ith their patronage
ill be welt pleased with the mural and
cntal pr oticiency of their childrena. The
tuation is pleasatt, aud the neighborhood
culthy. Boarding in good houses inay
e had ou reasamable terms.
TLIts1 OF TUiTtoN :
leading, Writing m:Al Ariihmatic, 43 (1t)
:nglih Grammar and Geography, 4 00
'lain Trigonometry and Practical
Surveptug, ont the late and hight
Ny approved .ystean of John
C;t'nere, - - 5 00
Re~v. D. D). BSRUNSON,)
WA. BR1UNSON. Ea. ,.
JOE L ROPElt, Sena., r ubtees.
State of' South Carolina.
iN T'lE CoMilaoN PLE~AS.
~.lI:1')N C111h. w ine hans tb..e . arre..t
I Ihe Jm ofI he tlc ille' lIistrict, I.y 'irtueo of a
:,pla.: ad -aigttendenin t the enati ol Natuttael
thnae r. he~ar tribe'il lhes pltitiontl w ih ai slb.-dilej
na oth, fl hi-- n.' hoh-1 e,tate andi .-tlects n' i'.h ut
t apeeee oft aobii;: the~ beetit el' thme A'!te of
e tienaer-d .\s.tely, cemntionly calledl thes
me.ollseatI liebtor's At .
Pubhele ,..'ete a-. bet. e. ;;iv en. thaat the peti
io ee the ..iel 'liltoca f:Il . ni~ ill he heard
a the (court of Commoaean Pl.'e.. for A bheville
listrict, :at Ahhevil ale ( Curt I louse, on WVed
w..day the *?.id day f.e aschii ae.t 'er on such
,ther'day ase the( acirt may nader during then
'rrm coneniiaeting cen thet thiuurde alday in,
larcht next at said phiaec. Ancd all tl,ct ciadi
ars of the satd 3 asutn Chiha-c. are haereby sum-.
anetd, perseonally or iby attorney'), theta itnd
hiere int the said Cournt. teo sheew caise, if anyv
lacy cane, why thet beeal of tiae Arts afeereszi'd
holdsit not be granted to the said Miiltont Ch1iles
pot. his execultm.: the aiesignmenit re.luired
y the Act.A aforesaid.
Icerks Offie. Decr. 34. ld4'.t. ($1I4 50) 47
State of' South Carolina
IN THE COMMON. FLEAS.
Le wis Culbreath,. Dcaato aA
obn Se'utrry. )Irtt tahet
Emutiel Mi. Chappell, Ddrtoii i
loni Scurry. Foreign Attachment.
ill E plainitiffs havinag this day filed their de
' clarations in. tihe above cases.ina may olhice,
mel thet deLfentdant hainoie no weeife or a'ony
kiowin teo be withiin thi ~tate, ont whm a co
i'y of caid declaration, with a rule tee plead, cant
Ib served. It isordered, that thte .said deflen
dani do plead tao the csaid declarations, withaic a
vcar anid a day fromt the imblicatian of thein ir
dr. or tinal arid absolute juadgmuent wvill be
awarded against him.
GEO. POPE, c. c. r.
clerk's Ofrie. ( a
. stay. 1812 t ,
BY yVirg& aundry writs of Fieri Fa.
)eias, I- proceed to sell at Edge
field Court , on the first Monday
and.Tu March next, the follow
Lewis J & Co. vs. James Spann.
Wu. R. S l s the same. G.L.&E.
Penn & Co. " he same. Bland, Catlin
& Co. vs the ame- Wm. B. Hudson vb
the same n efr'erson Va:sant. J. Ter
ry, Commi <..- in Eqiuity. vs James
Spann. Levi. 'brand. and Jeflfrson Van
sant. The a vs James Spnn and Jes
so Smith, t ty-six hundred and s'eveu
acres of iati ore or less, on which is a
first rate Sat.und-Grist Mill, in good re
pair, adjtan - lands of Levi Librand,
'Thomlas R en, and Tillman Watsyon,
and others. - Isosix Ne:roes. Jack, Jer
ry. Hannah,. lIen, Kity. and llurrison.
oneo waoun, tpo mnulcs. two horses, and
one yoke of obn and cart.
Brannon & Alundy vs Martin Mims.
two hundred ifres .lf land, more or letq,
%-.here defladint lives, adjoining A. G.
31. Grahaf, bearer, vs Precious Lark.
Jacob B. St~ith vs the sante. HIanl &
Butler vs ilia qame. Bntd. C(atlitn & Co.
v. the sane#ghe defendanC-, intercst in
nine hundred cres of lanI, more or les,.
adjuiiug W Daniel. ueorge 11ell, sand
othaers. know ans the place where the de
fendanat lived i the year 1S4-2.
Tue Presideiit and Diectors a t Innhuk
oftht State vs.. Atkitimn. Bonker Fo,,
ter vs T. G. econ, J. 11. Burgess. and D.
Atkinson, sevhn hundred acres of iland.
more or lessidjoining Ahner Whatlev,
- Gardner 'and others, the property of
D. Atkinson, '
John Brisodvs James Morris, and Gco.
Heuderson."e hundred and sixty-two
acres or laard-nore or less. where the tle
6ondant Hen na lives, udjoining Ed
mtaurnd Atebisol, and others.
C. J. Glovi#v. A. luaiamback. the de.
1feudants in in one hundred acres of
land, adjoi landd of F. Bettis,' 1. 11.
Elolombac , others.
Tillan n'veL. J. mil"s. J. Mil
ler vs the one negro man, Scott,
one nagon m ules.
Sibley S& V6 aBcnamin Gallman.
Charles J. 0 , bearer, for J. T. Irvin
vs the sa&CM &(Oapon vs William
(;. LI - min-Gallinan, two
M~ ~~ J 4.68.1%
and Orasha Haney, two hundred and twen
ty-five &.cres of land. more of less. adjoin
ing Nathan Norris, and others, the proper
ty of 0. Haney.
Arabella F. O'Connor, by her next
friend Caleb Broadwater vs Zylpha No.
bles. Francis O'Conuor vs the bsame, two
negroes Dave and Peggy.
Samuel F. Goode, foir another, vs Elam
Burkhalter. E. R. Presley vs the .ame.
one hundred and fifty acres of land. more
or less, where defendut lives, adj-ining
Caleb Talley, sad others. -
Michael Gearly vs Wm. S. Ioward,
one thousa.'nd acres of landi, ror-- or less,
adjoining John Bauskett, Rudolph Carter,
Michael Gearty vs A. J. Ranbo, the
tract or L.indf where defendant lives.
Jamrs Goff, hearer, vs Elizabeth Car
ter. Washinlton Wise vs the sane. thrm.e
thousnuil acres (of landI. more or le%,. ad
jninio; lan's of John Wise, Lewis Eilzev,
:nd ot her<.
JaIm l1. Wever, ve William lI. WVil
liams;~ Ilenry U. Tfnurm-r, v~s the %n:Ia
Temazple M'lartim. foir Wtliama Biruntsona v<
she satne: U. To'awle-.a, OJrdlitarv. vs theaa
samea :arnd W. C. Wilham.'. thrreI ht:,hsed
raredo landJ, store or Ievi., where W. C.
sand omers. saln two tmares and two cos
lloanrd & Garnny, vs 1.. & .11. P.
Smaber, one neg'o lhoy anda twit ho,-en.
WVi.ey Bodie, vs iohecrt .3litchell, the
tract of land w'here the deafena~sant lives,
adjaining Oheta Bodie andl otheras.
Edw~iad Adinms, vs Ann Ilull, twenty
acres of latnd, saore or less, adljoiniug hands
of the lnambng; Bank anal others.
Mzark Nuoble;, for another, vs Thomas
Ilailtun andl .useph Cosnahan, t wa hun
alredl aaeres of lznd, more or less, aadjuining
.John hlarr~roveandi others, the property of
Joahn IHausket,. vi A. L,. Ilamnmond, the
defendaunt's interest ina nitne hundred acres
of land, more ar less, oat H-prse Creek, ad
jao~iing Jias. GdT and others.
Raobert Mc~ahlough, Executor or Robt.
Watts. adeceeed, ror the use of Hizaimn
Roberts, vs E.S. Mays, G. R. Mays and
Stephen W. 3hys, two hundred and fifty
six acres of Lud, more or less, adjoining
Joel Roper, Wishintg~on Wise and othbers,
the proper-y a' E. S. Mavy.
Frederick 3rowni, Adlministrator, vs.
ILewis Elizey; William Gallan, for the
use or another vs the same, tour hundre~d
neres or land, ntore or 1e. ajoining M rs.
E.lizabetha C.arer, also adjoinuing the pilace
wshere derfetndsat stow lives, also two ne
Igroes. Patriekiand Hester.
Ge(orge! P. JRathridge, vs JehIU Mouchet,
two hundsredi acres of laud, more or Iec,,
whsvere defendelt Maoucee lives, adjoituing
James Mlorrisundl others..
Thomas Brrett, Indorsee, vs~ Charles
B. Carter, n horse, sajidle andl bridle.
John llears, lfor Birtatnon & Munaday,
vs .John Moaunet anal lewis Iletnderson,
tn o htundred cres of lard. more or len
adjoining James Mlorris and others, the
property of J. Alonchet.
Samuel F. Goode, bearer, vs Simeon
C.-ley, one hundred and thirty three acres
of land, more or less, adjoining David
Richardson ard other,.
Tandy Boyd. bearer, vs George Zimmer
man, one hundred and thirty acres of land,
more or less, where defendant, lives, ad
joining Mrs. Alary Addison, Robert Jou
nings and oh bers.
Sampson Bland, for Luke S. Bland. vs
Henderson Smith and Joseph Jay, two
Alilledge Gulphin, vs Martha Prior, for
ty acres of land. more or less, adjoining
James Hiumod, Sieplen Wilson and
Branuon & 3undy, v% William Tomp
kins, two hundred acres of land, more or
less, where the defendant lives, auijoiuing
John Brackel and othesp.
Joseph Cosnahan, vs Benjamin Harton,
two hundred ncres of land. more or less.
adjoining Charles Holly and others.
Abram Joies, vs J. A. Ltt and An.
lem Cullam, three hundred and ninety.
ihitre acres of land, more or less. audjoining
Willia Satcher, Abolen Horn and others.
George Dotniinick, vs William Schum
pert and Ivey Sadler, seveny-vive acres
of land, more or less, adjoining Thos. Tur
iipisced and others.
John E. Aloore. vs James Goleman and
John: Trapp. one htundred acres of land,
more or lea. adjoining lands of 31ary
White. W. Tumanernan and others.
G. tvowles. Ordinary, vs Andrew But
ler, Tanats Rowell iad Dawsoun Atkia
son, one tract of land, the propeny of T.
Rowell, also one other tract of land where
defndant D. Au. inson lives.
Steednan & .\critt vs Richard Han
kinson. one negro girl, Alary.
T. B. Freeman nud ilenry Freeman,
for the use of L. Tucker, vs Daniel Colvin
and Robert Jeniiug, one hundred and thir
my acres of land, mnore or less, where Ans
ley Colvin lived til to the time of his death.
Also, one other tract adjoining tihe above,
and conutaiing one hundred acres more or
Robert McCullough, fur the ue of Rich
ard W.-Joyner, vs George R. Mays, Ed
ward S. 31ys and Stephlen W. Mays, two
negroes, Alfred and Sam, the property of
E. P. P"re Ts Caleb Broadwater.
n. ............ac saute, one trSace o:
laanl, containing eight hundre.l acres. tmore
or less, adjoining lands of Ahner Whailey,
James C. Guardner and others
George Ju'scy, and others, vs Ember
son Bussev, ex'ir.. the tract of land where
James W. Davis vs Wn. J. Wightman.
WmI. i. Grcue vs thc same. Levi llil,
for another vs the samie. Edward Thum
as vs the samc, nineteen hundred acre, of
land, more or less. where dlefentdant lives,
adjoining John Heard and others.
Ellis Golf vs Rudolph Carter. Iverson
L. lI;rook* vs the sanme and Ei abe:T Car
ter. George Parrott vs the same, Eliza
Itli Carter and Julius Iluward. Robert
Carlisle, assignee, vs the same, Le wi- Ell
zev, and Eliz.iheth Carter. Michael Gear
ty'v, Rudolpi Carter. Lewis E'Ilzey. and
El;z:aheth Carter. three thousand acres of
land. more or le-,, adjoininig John Wise,
Wn. S. lluward, and others. Also one
i.egr) mant, Dick.
Albram: Jones vs.George W. Yarborough,
rne negr... Wade.
lgidenm, Gregg & Co. vs Wm:. W.
Wv: tham,.. xw o h und red :a'csot land. mno re
or le. ai~' :).zni-- inais of Johtln Prsice, J a.
I imkI.halter. andl others.
Tnre !x'tr.,. of lI. .M. Collier vsW .
L. I). .3lerrimao, he..rcr, v.s W illitmam C.
Prater, oe horse, saddle. and bridle.
J ohnt iinihet vs John I uloiv, three lhen
dIreidail a hiteenc acres of land where de
fenmi:a li. es. Onie oither tract ewutainaing
one laundred :mnd t wenty-t wo acres of l.
more or les, ;adjoiniiug Col. BJrooks. Jlohn
.Mobly, anm.1 otihers. Also one thtousanad six
hundred and thin v-five acres of land, in
three separate parcels adjoining lands of
F. W. P'ickenas, anid others. Also. eighteetn
negroes, I ii.: Dave. IUridget, Leanah,
Tilda, Nancy, Johnson. and infant child,
Rachel, Juhia, A bby. E liza, Charles, Lee.
llirriet. Clarissa. Anderson, Allen, and
W. M1. Mart in vs Lewis Elzey, one wra
gun and six tmules.
S. CilRISTIE, s. E. D.
Feb14 .3t 8
0Of Runaway tare.
W17I1.L BiE SO LI),a t'.dgefield Court
VYionuse, on the Iir~t .ilonday in 31arch
next, a Negro mart tnamed Josephb, who
san that hie belongs to Joihn Patterson;
nne;r hin-. becen confined in. the jail of
this District for twelvo mnonthls pat as a
runaway ;is nhtout 15 years oft agec. li'.it
cotmplle~xion, nannot 5 feet 6 inches in height.
S. CIISTIE, s. E. D.
Feb. 1 5t I
s.Iftorneyj at Law,
H AS a OFFI EEdgeiield Counrt
Illonsena- Compty- llntel.
s..,b 1-; -r. ->
A Vielation of the Treaty.-Among
the appellantis for justice at the Record
er's officeyesterday. was Damon Duafleld,
an old Ethiopian, whose wood-saw was
hung on his shoulder like the guitar of a
trouhadure, ere the day of chivalry had
gone by. Damon looked about as wise
as an owl is day light; he appeared to
have borrowed for the occasion the dila
pidatod fat of Jacques Strop, and the re
mainder (if his wardrope shomed made to
Dnatch. Iis hair was a grizzly grey. and
his iface wrinkled and puckery, like a
"1 wants to hab dis'ere business settled.
inassa 'Corder, dasgrceble to e coustitu
"What bu'iness is that?" said the Rccr
--Wh'y. you -es, massas 'Coider, dig
ere nigga has n iulated de treaty sfer de
boundary line was 'greed to 'tiweeo us.'
--Dis'ere iigga." to which Damon al
luded, wast a big. burly black, with teeth
euomgh to form the stock ins trade of a
dentist. and a pair of eyes that curvetted
about in their sockets like the revolving
lamps of a light.-house.
"And pray," said the Recorder. "what
has this ne;ia to do with the siolattimo of
the treaty or the traeing of the bounda
"I aint got nulin at all." said the fel
low witlh tie miou bfu of bone,.
"But I says you hab," said Damon,
"-and I'll just splaiu do whole ting to mas
on Judge. in less time dan I'd be sharpo
Diu' my saw."
"Well then, let us hear you." said the
Wal, it's jut' di, ninssa," said Da
mol, "you sees dis chil' is an old oquatter
and no mistake. I's had what you may
call do preemsption right to the cuitin' of)
all de wood 'mween Canal and Custom
house streets and dc Lebee and Dauphita
streets, I doesn't know haw long; wal, di
'ere nigg comes and ie cuts into my cus
'omarv wood. and ctts me out for the is-'
terferes wid my wested' rights. Wak
tmassa. you sees I speak to him lik 'a
ook. or jus' as massa W'ebster lid to Lord
Ass-bur'on. and I conwinces him right up
and dowa dat he aim no right to 'trude On
thought to come ee diplernatics ober me,
but he couldn't sliine, no how, so finally
he. grces not to cut no wood within my Ii
nierts-to way. no saomelevfir."
"I didn't sign no doeurmen:s," said the
"'ou i'edged the word ob a wood-saw
var and a darkey dot you woultin't." saidf
Damon. "and now I cotches you at it
"hid litc!mmrit any asault and buttery
on you?" said the Itecorder
"lie didn't," tsaid lamon, "but vou
seeA. massa .iudge, be's a stran..e iigga
and I calls f'n you to purtuct home indus
try. I wants you to go in for what massa
Clay call- de .icacnt system,"
Tie Itecorder assured )amon that lie
4 oull dIto all in hi, power to protect home
iodttrrv. and ,o suppot~i the Americau
systemll. lIt thatt he couhi not interfere
ith his rival in buitne ss. or prevent hi,
s-asing nsood within the imaginary boun
dary tines to which he (the plaint'ff)
'ieette.d to set tip n piroeriptive right.
.'he case was dismissed. Damotn
shotlde.redl his ,ans and pledlgedl hiimselftm
brinig the case betfore a haigher court.--Pj.
A Tamnprran~re Atmnoshere.--A few days
2ale,' :a temperance mneeting wis hteld on
board the U.. S. lrigamtes mudcpetndene,
wheat onme huandired antd ninety-eighat of
her brave crow signemJ the temnperance
pled(ge, and delared t hemsclves forevecr
tree and indempendenlct oI'King Alcohol.
A !ate ttewspatper from Sweden says.
fifty thousand persmons have already sign
edl the tempaeratnce pledge there. atid thei
nuomber wast daily increatsing. T1he goodl
cause is ;ah-o rapidly progressing; in Gier
maant, Prussia, and throughout Europe.
isa the state of Georgia there is a pop
tnlous and thriving village, in wshich not a.
driop of arde(nt spirits is sold. WVhen the
village wras laid ot, andl lots soh, every
deedl giv-en of a lo.t, had an article inser
ted in it, that the lot, with all the improve'
menits made thereatn, should he forfeited,'
and revert to the original owner, or his
heirs, whenever a dratn shop, or place for
thte sale of'ardent spirits. should be open
ed upon it. Thte village has beeti exempt
from almnost every dlescriptiotn of immor
ality up to the present day, and is onie of
the liapie-st v'illages in otur coauntry, amnd
there is into reasont why it sihouldl not con
tinua to lie so, to the endi af time. We
thopei the above restrict ionte anmd examples
may herenfler, be uniiversaliy followed.
It isqttite a mistakena idea, that a wamian
cananom keep a secret- nobody am well.
Trust her liut 'with half, or mry to keep it
from her altoget her, and shte is sure to heat
you, btecanie her pride prompts her to find
oiut what the mnan thitiks is right to coti
eni, anrd then lher vanity itimucs her to
tell what she foundl out; and this in~ order
toa show her power rimcovery. T'rust all
so her, andm she will never hetrrey vomn, bait
half a coohidence ie not wo.rth haii,