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eS au'be days of my life
Basal whata blushing iornar it is,
( be iao a wife.
s Parick," be' glad
-ht~b~bSag eta husband, ing
AWkMMQjbj.i fgiing the' child sm
[ U lky (elow j his arm ebair Ait lg,
.Wala pans, and .e greany
VSter Isis doqw;
-j&&"aj4.. - b.n. of owl:exCCUent
Tei . aiay. been neighbors be
liis e . tfe tabilo tet sitting 10,
g ~~a I a spa a.
when he's suwking and
eUcb hhb8b bia" ]at a "Lord of a man."
,i in the aigt, whiu he ;oe to bed aiv.
everQt" does ber a ehild "iiqnall"
Rene glorianay oer, under Isis kiverin:
"Geod ).&" to the 'picture of " bachelor'
fev' Alg lis &rCrary Magafne.
I ' " JWilloughby,
A~'~tbe yhy. ye4s see.
, IWilt WValloughby.
-And canmot let s bc
- u oribhe, I* ogtm fr tisee,
ile I1 dee for tie.
a_*t i bethe end on't.
, s ad hlllandtraiglt;
AmM i ouprfcit
Of 1e I've sces 1n hreamB;
It maks we fed an* if I had
A agel by iq side.
And, tk I hik XAm n bad,
.Yo 0*4as i l puy brido.
I loreThg e'e&ad 1a8el eye;
They a the blss is fairer.
And I thafoarmerly,
1 ,6o2 'blue the raror;
ButWhu Isawthine .ee o cler,
Thoug erfeey as rT-".
I dkn e wand Idid swear
wa ime Lost.
I love thy hand, aj pale and sol.
alueh. in days.langwyne.
uns. iboent as trusting oft
Would meAly elasp-in mine;
- Ih~M~ h pes rantabou*
huvirginja aqdbhe Venuwes
1 love thesunds that from thy lip
Gush boliy sad frm
fsilou fsesher cavernsa shy
And-atld then I fee
voi. Uiea, Fany Wiloughby,
1"5 wbt'fannot keep.
jteJsauient. why I
eeyou will me'kill,
'n Fanus sohdas maien awoild
FVer a~ 'Wier he ol on
An4Fay sigb'd as maiden should,
i4~d mra'd areturn..
AM.,a swbke'd1Fan Wiudonghby
KassOiden tie a ve;.
many earshavepass'd since that
'b.s2*ptitfce" Cdusai.An addirr-se
detivesudfat' pigImrpetg of tbe Wash
i uTta'f phese Society. of
- issonsa unexpectedly.called
30sfas -Yo have a!
seZlieen avored with spro very able
and eloque eddremsson the uuhieet of'
TempraneeliM regret that it is not in
my power tO second the serntaenns so well
ex tf~ cin alles'ontand en
act ni to exemptim, for 1 am
a lawyerasli he babit of public speak
egiaby g my surprse, that
my ha4e on me taful-r
et eli.Jocs et
empemsam. And I shon to~ know'
ho ny e of hapan pretend
to bef ad t6piluloi? 9an my
. . i eMipaa la
ing in our midst, shooting by and almost
' *g 'our, every effon-who would
beebs -wrig ode-a heads,
. Sg t * dwn
lireir b ka ep*it,-h at i and
our talents could n'ait iv accomplish
of wbgey. Again, leek a .that:weafthy
nobphjust,pu& in, psesion of thaccu- i
mulations of a miserly:rather. JMlOfths I
by and logksidqwy on ua-yes even on a
us. Give hijan.the' bottle. It will soon
makea.eas 'bimi, Ydd will no longer
haVe,opojPk up to find him -he is it the
gambling.hpp- in the kenel-in thehauds
fthA.laWand, the lawyer soon gets his
last dollar,..-Howgn#nm of.us-Iave been
riding iiiidd'tbeeaCmt, as-we aUow- are
finding fees so searce as to be unable. to
pay even our' tavern bills-and driven toi
every 'shift and turn to get a few. drillas
till'i tiAkoe row .ierhaps in the. face of
the coiRt, lIes brought clients and relief in
Oh that our enemy would get drunk:
How oeen have I: beefa mortifed at the
beautifitl persons and genteel- manenirsof
those whohave been rising arouO -ne
how much threatened'with insiruifieance
in comppgjega. ib these worthie,'and in
truth how macb afried . qt the prnspect
before me. Theyare -One-tlhey are ou'
of theway-and if I meet one of thorn he
is reeling under the powers of alcohol. a
distinguished martyr to whiskey and to
"'ie laorels ofthe advocate and the bar
vtit of the attorney are tratered by the!
tear, shed by the miserable victims or al
cohol. The disrders of estate" in which
we all find our support rest maiinly on in
temperance bat crimea the defenc. of th.e
perpetrators ofwlhich i- our riel.d of glory
as well as. profit; are seldomn committed
!y sober men. Aud socrafy are the duly
sober, who comnit the nos: of crimes atmi
e"pecially those deatroying acts of swinl
ing wsilhy of the Peniteniiary. that they
are seldom caught and nteles- to u-. Wit
a-drunkard is always eaught and unfess
we reisue him alway<t puanilid. Nair
dote it maiter whether he is punished or
nnm; only let his caso lie a bail oue. *u-l all
he has belongv to the lawyers. How long
is it since I knew a man wh-ie crimes 11.
manded not only. a dungeon. but donlile
irons. sign bills of sale in that dun:con. fIor
his only negro-his only horse nnd hi%
only buggy, and feel happy that his able
counsel leF him twcnty-ive dollars to run
away with, if by any means ho could he
fr a moment liberatef.
Thesn are a few or the reasons which
compel ne to derline th- honor of a place
on the colls of ths honurable society. and
I truat they will be decreed suflicient for
The Drutkard's Blood.-It has often
beca doubled that the trunkaril't blood
was inflammable. D. E. 1. Yost, of
Massilua,. hit, in order to test thi-s princi
ple, made the following experiment.
which is published nuder his own signn
tare in the Washingtonian and Genius.
An --qiaintance of his, who was a drun
kard of long standing. called at hisi office
while under intoxicntion. and on enterin
cried out. "Doctor, for God's sake bleed
me, or I shall die." The Doctor compli
efl. wvith hi request with a smile, and
whihst the hl.>od was running frnn the <
orifica lie discovered by-tLe smell that 1
it was highly inprcgnitetd with aeohol. r
In order to test the matter morr' fady. lie
applied a lighter taper, when the blood in
ihe basin presented lihe peculiar aippear
anoe'of buruinag alcohol.I
The Chicken story.-Ani lrishmnan, at
Ne w Orleans, related his experience. atn
temp.erance meetin;: in that city, seame.
what after this feuhin: "Jintlemen and l
fellowr eitisetns, I -ws5 horn in. Ireland. I'
htve been ij thec eounthiry fiuoryarce, and
ilirunk all the while too. ,tr -whiskev-.
Sleself an.thra n' me comrads wans playln , ,
kardi one Saturday nighu. an' fur whiskey I
too. an' the chilk rooster flew-into the Ij
roam, an' he he lit upon me head a'nd he- '
crew thratimelas. Sonic' i'm e contramet;
rernarkeod he was after lavin a blesain up
on ine head that was not to bo on theirs.
Well, I thought notinne moor about it *
until I went down tupon the levy, sank in r
for wnrk. They tslnid m I was nnt ahlc a
to work, an' asked me to come np to the tn
imperance mmstin, an' sian the pledt~e. E
I was then stbruck with the remark or tme d
comirads respecting the blessint the chiek. ~
en was after Ieavin on me, an' I though ~
this was it, aid I nint and signed the
Temnperance Reform.-Judge King, in r
lhis remnarks to the granid jury at Philidel- a
phia, on alondlay. stated that in 183G. C
there were 1146 licensed inverns in Phil
adphia,. city and county, and tnow thei,.
re nly 561-less than one half!-This
reduction may he attributed to the influ- I
enee of the temperance reformnation-.t
StastE of South~Carolina.'
* ABIIEVILLE DISTRICT.
iN TH E. CO3IMON PLEAS. e
Francis A. Conner, vs AUachment.
*George Conner. .Debt. a
H31 E said Plaintift'having filed his de- td
Ularation in my ollic against the said 0
Defendant. *ho is without the limits of the C
Stater Otdered, that the said Defendant
djppmar and pleid thereto, within a year
and a' day, from the fling of the same.
itherwise final judgmneni gerill he awarded
pa. F. L'VINGSTON, c. C. F
SClerk's Office, Dc.9, 1842 eq 40
State of South. Cirolinai? ~
EDGEFIELD DISTRICT. .
-INJ ThE 'COMMON PLEAS'. -l
. L.'& E. Penn & Co. Dedlaretion ia To. J
vs. riga Attachueat. E
An-E. Glascock. )DebI.
TRIIENPlfantiff's having tbis day filed I
thi~ewtion in my oice,andthe De- a
fendanhavingno Atmorney, known tobeowith- r:
i the 8Wsnmwhou a copy of the same, with a
a riewp~sd ' dse:ved: it is ordered, I
tija th feuantplead to the said declara. n
unm whthin a yasand a day. or dnidl and abso. ti
g anet willtemien against her. d
0 ..ane,,d e~pt..t the Ollie.A
othe PnaoattuinvavTiszu. .
-F in tisaini -her|- . C.
The Farmers' Gazette,
AND rJUaRAW ADOV5Tian. '
HEsundersigned haeeig, purcbased thq
Priniog: materiale 4f the Farixrs
a:tte, .4s Cheraow Adeergiser." is dewdrous of
aying before its present patrons, and the pub
i4e6nernAy, the followinag oUtline ofthe OUrse
ie intends to purse *in the future manage
ient of that journalb... -
The Farmers- Gazclie will endeavor to effect
Wo distinct obireit. vir:-the promulgation
ndadvalcement of correctopintnsand prae
ices i. Agrincnture and politie,- while it will
ot neglect other subjects of interest oramuse
In.tiq Agricultural department, the editor
vill sustain, to the extent of hil abilities. the
rue interests of those ort whom he iust ne
:sarily rely for his principlcsaupport; and in
nder ' tender the wriper mnore generally ser
iceltile ani valtale to tids the most usefil
itid important portin of our population. and
irem whom is niainly derived the suslenance
if every otheclas, he most earnestlyenlis up.
ns all. tins rriends of rural erqonnmy and the
-lanting intereastgenerally, for a rpeo and can
lid interchan;e o views and reanlta from prc
ical experiments. throngh the columns of his
maper, and tbn.. affiord to each other anoppor
nnity o(cnmparing notes an improving in.tir,
several mode ofcittnre. so as to produkco the
argest viell fron a piven portion of ground,
Ir n othtr words, ic force from tie soil Lh
nO't nsnple return fot the money expended on
ts tilkge and improvement.
So vitally important to the true interests of,
hi S:ate ansd penple does the Editor consiler
he improvement of osmr Agrieuliural remsurrec
nd moleofesicluir-, tant it is him ira convir
ion. tlaht. :under the pre-ent exhansted sate ni
)ar 'oil. great comnpetation, and decre.eriag re
i:irces. unle.- :I strong a.d! united elart i
nn d. io srupplyv, l.v ..rtifiri..I mean. uwith ex
sajit-d natere, as.nided. rf-en.. to yielMi. insd
he ilo. practice of 1.naat3ed mnds-try and thes
"trIctIOt er'onomhy. tnasile effectsual thronugh tile
ens&aing, of a kind and gracntie Providence,
mti freer happy. anad once nost prosperons
tate. will qsedidy retr.::rade :. we.: . pit.
ruasstion. aid reispectabilily it, tie Cunfidera-I
o f whsicha ne :-re prosd to bia..t onsr.ele
osr of. ie od Tisir!c "."
fin Politics. the FaruarVr' iat:ere will adro
,;te- %tls lirmne4. httwith inod-raticn, the I
unsa' ..f Free Trade-LAw Iwutirs-Xo Del I
nntl. snxl a strict adhereeu to The Coanitution.
and, .ne the exponent i.f thser isririileq. it will
um, heart and hand with its Deinocrasiic cond.
utors. in advancimn.- hy all fair atd honorable
ans. to the first stice in the gifl of our po
ile-the nsiust exialted station mait cani coif er
i 6% ellow mnan-on dirstingmushed. virtnun-,
ind ;trio fellow ucitizen J IN C. CAI
[IOIN-a man whose compeer the world
ltoes not ai,>rd, and who-evnata grnce that sa
ion withl nil the truo dignity aissl enlightene-d
>nriti.sUm orhim who was "rst in wtar.first
J? peace, and $rst in the hearts ej is country.
Alihough firmly devoted to the cause of ruth
nd right. taid winst lie believsr tit be, the best
stere-ss of his country. yet the Editor will
sever lend hiinpseliut carry on a mere p)artiz;tn
varf-sre against those who difFer front him as
egards eadsr men or measures. lie will en
leavor to couvince those whose opinions are
dversse to his own, by faets and urguments.
if the - error of their ways." and the truth and
isatice of the cts'e he cstposnosea: but should
ae fail in this. heng satiisied that men are so
onstittted as to take ditferent views of the
nine ma%nres. and draw discordant conclu
inns frum similar f-acis. he will always respec;
tich honest differonce of opiuion. and esidea.
-or, by the avoidance of harsd or opprobious:
piliets or innituage. not to excite animosity or i
I-will between those who truly ha e the hon
r ad inter-rt of the'r country at hrlit. lst on
y dityer in shs.e monde of advar,sing iaer grcat
os. prosperity, and lappinAss.
KnwVing the imporiace ti Planters, and
bie Merrcant:i co:musaniiv. of a corr-ect sta:e-I
i.nt s'l it.e markets, tise t:ditor will exert hiar.
.f ts render this departnmnt of his p::per ef.
seewr.. posisitsel: and wvith this iew wvill eni.
rge cosidetsriy. the tablse ofari~cles wbih
l e pric-as anex-d, hecret.oore pJubsed ina
ainpealr. retviso it we.:kly. asand. during the:
nusmes's season, aappends to it i'nehi remark, as
iny su~rgest thernuseivsa upon esignsity 'ifoser
losit expsesieced merrhaints. and other avasita
l.,esurcis esi isnfannion.
lai order to itnder the p-iper still morn gene-?
mlly pace-plaible, anid a wvelcomsai, nisty jour.
isl. the [litor will take especial care to take
tch .'ehecsioes as wit? aid thae ense sof seorali
and good Lerder, andl advasses the rapid as ides
fTerperance. which are: tast utarchinag over
sd regenseratias; our tamis.
T:5e tarmers' Giacue will also counan n4
Irefilliy lfranged egsliosae of CongrcawionaLt
tad Legasiative, iunlhgsunce, Foreign and Dol
wastc New's.s, ccasaonaal revtews [of the enr-e
mtt 1tterature of the day, chost',s extrae's andl
needsehes ir..cs. the latest pubicati-mandnssl i st
ei, nso exese' n wdll be sapare~d to retsder at a
ithifal charosnierof pnang evente. and a scrr -
ble. record of the manners and faishions of the
The psubii-dfaer being determtinse't to devoste
is whsolu time and esserpy to the improvemesnt
Flis paper. ple~dgeus hsmaelfthat nothing which.
dastry .andi istremitting atnenti.on to bausincs
tat aressmplaith on his partt.will be wvaintinig to
mnder the I'arimer' Ga:euas every way worthy j
r the tmamt extended patronaagse it nay suc
ed in obtaiining.
Three dollar. pet anum. payabsle in ad
ance. or three dollars and fifty ctnts if nut'
aid until the expisration ofthe year.
Twoi stubsersbers, paying at the timne of en
ring their namnes, wvill be furnished the paper
five dollars per- aninsm, so long as thesy cons
nure io pay in advance.
Advertissements not exched:ng' 15 lin~es. in
risd for one dollar the first.' and iifty cenits
ch susgnestnt time. For istcion's at in-.
eratlas of two weeks, y5 cents after the first,
ad a dollar if the intervals are longer. When
se number of advsertisemnenst is not markedj
n the copy. the advertiasement will be insert
i till ordered out.
Editor and Peblisher.
Cheraw, March 7, 143,
A pri5 . f 10
State of South Carolina.
ABBE VILLE DiSTRICT2.
Villiam Wilson, )
vs. . - - Bilfor Partiion.
lizabeth Todd, asothers.)
[Tm . aering to nt satisfaction thsat
LCaroline Grigaley, Whitfiald Boxemon and
melinie his wvie. Taliv-er Towles and Sarah
an his wife. Albert Robertn, Matnnring
fahon & Charlote lsis wife, Anderson Simes
td Cornelia his wife, Mary. s daughster of Mn
rBrown. deceased, wt Wags tmtermarried
'ibh some one.unkaown, Leroy Brown. and
Panie? Gent and Nancy his wife, defendants.
itmied in the said bill, are. and reside withont
le limits of hiis stale: Ordered.U:at the said
efendants respectively, do appear. plead, an
serror demur. to the said bili, within thece
sithae ftonm dais dute, or deectee pro confesso,
ill be rendered against them.
H. A. JoJiES,.c.t.
fommisioner's Ollice, ~ .
b...itn., F'..- l:, l'11 i '3m 4
PROPOSALS for carry g the aiis or 1
the l.United- States, from the 1st Jui ,1843 1
to the 30th of June; 47, ineusive Sbinth Car
Atipa, will be.rvceaad at-the Cont et Ofue' af
the Post OUlies Jepartment.- in the city -of
Washigtoi, ntil 3 "'clock P. ofthe 1:th i
Lay of A prp, 1$43, '(to be decided by, the 15th *
tat of May.)on theroutes and the manner and
tim herein sipeciied, Viz:
3182.Fson /Adans's Run t Edisto Island,
15 toiles atad back once a week.
Leave Adana's Runi every Wednesday, at 6 I
a n, arrice at Edisto Island same day by 11
Leave F.dipto liland every Wedneday at I
p m, arrive at Adam's Itynu same day by u
Prooals for semi-weekly or tri-weekly er.
vice wvill be considered.
3183 From Aiken to Trewdway's Bridge,
25 miles and back. once a wveek.
Learv Aiken,ecery. 'Ihursday at ", a m. ar
rice at Treadway's hUridgam"we day by 12m.
Leave Tradway's'Bridge every Thursday
at I p m; arrive al Akihen spme day be 8 p m.
3164 From Conraysborough to tair Bluff,
N C, 45 miles and bick, once a week.
Leave Conwaysborough every Alonday at 5
a rm; arrire at Fair Blutssatme dAy by 8 p'a.
Leave Fair lutif erery Tuesday at 5 A m;
arrirc at Coonwaysborough ane day by 8 il.
318Q5 From Crowder's Creek, X G, by Beth
.!. t' Yorkrillo, S C.,'15 ailes and back, once
leavoCrwder's Creek every Wednesday
at 6 a tm; arriie-at Yorkville same day by I i a
Ieareo Yorkrilie evcry Wedness-Icy at I p m;
arrere :a Crowdcr'a Cr.ck isme any by6 p m.
:3P1 T r-os Greenrille r. h. by S.rier'o.
Dookvain's, Camslrele. Woodrwdr Van 1'ai.
ten'4. Willino Goldi:nith, jr's. and )r. Ani.
tan's, to Gretenville c h, equal t. 30 milcs and
blak. once a wee.
Leave Greenvilfl e'very Fridai at 6 a m ; nr.
rwri it Greenrlle nlrit day ly 6 P an.
Il17 rom ilirrioanei to llanicuckrille, 20
leid .a:Id back, once a week.
Le-irre ll:arrienne eral'v Friday at -,a m; ar.
rre it llanicrearilb- smme da i., 11 a n.
I.en'e H-mcckviilo esrery -rif.y at p n;
arrre at HlnrUo c iWea d::y bIy b p i.
3163 From Lnmentaaon. N C, hey Lonag Creek
Shoabl, Fal[:. and C'ronders Creek, to Ylork.
rille. a c. 37 i-2.mniles and baek. pnce a we'ek.
Lence Lincoaiton every Wednesday at 5 a
in; arrive tat YorlAiille same day by 6 tp n.
Leonr Yorkville tcery Thuaiadmay at 5 a nIl;
drire at Lincolnron same day by6 p m.
:11F9 From 3larion c b by tlrton's Neck,
to conmwayAboro' 40 miles and back, once a
Icare Marion e It crery Sunday at -5 a m; ar
rit;, lit ConWr.yboaro',.nme dughy 7p m ft.
Leavo conwnpboro' ereri .'0ndsy- at > a
iml. nrr:ve at larion c I Pame dany by 7 p it.
3190 From Trareller's loet to Pumpkin.
town. 16 miles and back. once a week.
Leare Travellur's Rest every Wedneslay at
8 an ; arrive at l"mupkintowna anme day by I
Ibcnro Piumpkintown er'ry Wednaesday 4at
2 ps ; arrice at Traveller's litest sane day by
7 p m.
3191 From Winnsborouagh. by Grnyden'-,,
to 'iscky Alount, 25 miles and back, once a
,enre Winnsborongh every Thursday nt 8 a
in; arrive lat Rocky Mount sAine day by 4 p in.
Leare tocky Meaont every Friday at am ;
arreue at Winnaborongh same day by 4 p m.
1. Seven minttes are allowed for noenin
and cloeing the mails at sol offices, where 16
partcular time i-4 specitied.
2. Po-t EIOlice blanakr, mail bags, nre to Ie
conveyed without ftrtlher charge on mnad lines
admitting o'uch eanveyaace.
3. itn all cases. there is to be a forfeiture of
til- p-sy othle trip, when the trip in not run:
a t..r1tei'ure ofut leas olne-rourth part or it,
when the running or arrital is so fir behind
ta:na as to lose the conuccian with a depend
inV mail; and a forfeitare of a une oi'Oportion
of it, when a grade of serico is rendered nfe-.
mior to that ina the ontract. These f.rf'eutaares
may be incrensedl into penaaltz.:s of higher
mnmaaunt, accordling to the nature or fregnucy
uft the fnilnre and the importance of th mil
4. Fanes will holanipo'-d, utnless the delin
p-a.::cy be satisfactonmly explain-ed in dne tanne
or filhng to tike tir..mn, or deliver at a post oef
ice~, thme amail, or amy paut of it ; lear suf..n
*t to he weet, irijred, lost, or destroyed : rort coma.
aeyig it In a pince or mtaane~r that expIow. it.
n adepredation, loss, or iahjnry ;tnot atrriv'io4t at
lao titae set. Aand for s'efimg up or runing
anex ress- to tranmt conmnmceina intelkencee
ni ndvas.ce of thc aisl. a paenlt wil: be exet
:d eq~ual to ai quarter's pany.
5. T'he P..stmt.auter Genaer.,Imacy aaai he con
raet fot repeatedl failures; fur viulating time 4
Pust Otftce laws; foir diisobueying~ the mnstmuc
ins of the Deipartnient; foer reislming to dis
hlarge a carrier whteni required by thse Depart. J
net1; mr aininag thme contract withaout the 9
sonsent of the P'oatnaster G.eneral. or foar set
ingU a tar runnng an exprees as afoaresaid. a
ti..'I he Post'aeaster Generaal mny alter the con- k
rct".nam1 alter the .celea. he adlowing a pro. pi
':tta imcrease of coaamenaia'tioni withain thae ra lh
trictians imnposed lby law. foir the addionaal d
aervice reqired. or lfar the~ increnaced speed, if y
lie omphiayment of additinaal stock or carrners *
a tendered necesasary, limt thee contractor maay'a
n aauch case. relmqaniih the conttract, on timne ly
atien, if lae prefers at tn the change. Hie may (
alo dismontiaan ur ceertail the service.hle allow
aeg ore maonth's e'xtra pay onx the amount din. -
7. Tbc psaymnats will be made thrrough
Iratis oni poet offices or.aithecr wiae, afler the ex,
airationl ofeach quarter, snly ini February,.May,
aignet, and Nievoehsor.
8. 'The dlistancea' ate given according to the
test information:; bumt no increased pay will be
dibawe-d, should they prove to lbe greater than
me adrertised, if the' places are correctly named.
9. Thec Postmaster Gieneral Is probialited '
ey law froan know ingly niaking a contract for
lhe transportationa of the mail with any person
rho shall have entiered into any conabination. I
ar proposed to enter oin any combination, to
wrenmt the inaking of any bad for a mail cotn- n
tact by any other person or persons, wh~lo shall ia
cave made any agreemtaat or shall hare given
>r perhormoed, or peromimeed to gie or pertoram, 't
any cosedernation to do, or not to thu. anything as
rhaterer to mnduces anyp other person not to bid a
oria utail contract. td
10 A bid received afler time, tn-wit: the b
13th Atural next at 3 p mn, or without the guar
antee required bg law ; or thaat combines eove
ral renteeatin one sum of ccmpenisation, cannot 2
ie considered in competition with a regular~
proposal. not adjudg~s to be extramagant.
I I. A bidder may propose different days and
ours of departure and arrival, providled no
m~ore running lime as asked, and it is obvious g
fiat no mail connesion or othiersaccommnodretion
a prejudiced. He may ask form a pecified num
ior of diays for more reuning time to the trip g
at certain seasons of peenisarly bad reads.
ilat beyond these changes a proposal for sar
rice diFerent from the udversseawent will pre.
tent its being considered in conapetition with a I
-egtiar bid, not met aside for cxtraqagnce; h
and where a bid coptains any of thme above at
erations,their disadvantages will be estimnateef t
at cotm aring it witir other nropomals. C
12. ' ere should be but one reate for bid ina t
propoasal. - .
13. The route, the sereee the yearly pay,- i
he hialder's name and residene, ad dhe mann.
if each membecrof the firm,. whaeoa, comipan5 ~
efera, should be distinctly stateil.
14 The'a ftdowina inhle form of the punr.,.
,hich shonldibe filled, the irst blank with ila
ame of the guarantor. the second with that of
se bidder; and Ihe tfotd apd fotnh with the
"ning and terminais inttts te route;
oafterlbeing datel 1- beI''tned by the
oarantor. who musbe shown by 1 wrtten
ertificate of a postmaster, op other eqssily sat
4aptory testimonial,.to be a an of property.
nd able to make oo' his guaranly. This
naranty. so certified, should accompany each
'-The undersagned - guarandes that
---i is bid for carryin- the.m.ail from -
) - lie arccpted by e Postmaster Gen
ral. - shall enter into an obligation prnor
a the 1st day of July next, with good aid Pnt'.
icient sureties, to-perfurm the serrice propioand.
lDated - "
1M. The bid .whould be setnt undet seal. id.
ress.ed to the Firit Ami-taot Poistntier Gen
ral. with 4 Mail Propoalai in the State or
-. writen on the E-we of die Ic're:; a nd
honld be despat:'hed in time to te recettred by
>r befor. the 1i:th April next.at 3 n'ielc. i n.
20. The contracts are to be executed before
he l- J.,ly next.
Post 0,&c Drperimsux. Januarv 7. 1843.
C. A. WICKLIFFE.
Janun 1, 1843 12w 51
State of South Caroliria.
A. L. Ninholson, Bill to ob
vs. tain tilk
E. N. Coleman, and others. iforland -c
I nppearing to my stisfaction that
Eldred N. Colena'n, onc of the iefen
laun in this case. resides beyond the Iam.
4 of this St-te. On iotion of Pope and
Pope'orderel that the said E1l!red N. Cole
rtntn, do plead ar.swer or demur -,o thc ili
-n or-before the eighth day of June next.
therwise the said bill. will be ordured pro
confesso againlst h1irn
J. T'ERRY. c. E. E. D.
March S 3m 6
State 01 South Carolina.
Piaoke .Nhl.-e. by her B) 21lfpir I'uanction
next firiend. vs. and
Wm. Nubles. & others. Alimmoy.
I T appearing to my satisfaction, that tIe
Delendant William Nobles, resides with.
nut he limits ofthe State. Ordered. that Ile
tid Defendant do plead. answer or demur to
he complainants bill, within three months
som the puolication hereof, or the said bill
will be taken pro conifeso against him.
J. TERRY, c. r. r.
Nov. 2G. 1143. C.
March 4 3m 6
State of South Carolina.
Foseph Jacobs and Elizabethhiswife,
Elizabeth Finly and others.
T ppears to my satisnction that Ran
del Finly and Caela Fiuy. two of tie
Defendtants. reside wi-hoiut the limits of
this State, it is therefore Ordered. that
hey do appear and object to the division
nr sale of the Real Estate of James Finly.
un)or before the first Monday in April.
1843, or their consent ta the same will be
entered of recnrd.
DAVID LE.SIXY. o. .%. I;
Jon 18 3m 51
State of South Carolina,
Susaa Rhoden, Applicant,
Pat"ev Rhodon & others. Deft's.
fT appenring to tmny satisfaction that
Charles Rhoden. and William Rhodcn,
wo of the defendants in the abore stated
aie. reside beyond tho limatsof this State.
'u is therefore ~ordleredl. that they appear
mnd objec to the division or sale of the
cat est ate of John Rhaoden. dec'td., otn or
efore the first day of .May next, or their
ouant to the same wiil boentered of re
OLIVER TOWLES, o. E. D.
Feb. 8 12r 2
State or South Carolina
E DG El-I ELD D14T R ICT.
IN TilE COMMON -LEAS.'
ewis Culbreath, Declarahiont in As
ohn, Scurrv. Foreign Attachmecnt.
atuel M.'Chappell, Declaration in As.
alhn Setrry. Fonrg Attaekcuen.
H lE plaintif's having this day filed their de -
clarations in dme above cases.in myofice,
od the defetndant having no wife or attorney,
y of said declaratin,with a rule to plead, can
a, pervedl. It is ordered, that the said defen
mi do plead to the isaid declarations. within a
ar and a day from the publicatiar. of ti or
tr. or final'and absulute judgment wilhl be
warded against him.
GEO. POPE, c. c. e.
lerk's Ofee, a
6 Stay, 16i42. ly 18
State of South Carolina,
IN TilE COMMON PLEAS.
vs. Declarattou in Assmpuit.
fin. Hi. lrennnn,
for dine tase or
fim. Sentrry, Dcdaration in Delt.
abn Scurry. )
SH E plainatt~hai nag this day tiled their
..declarations in the above stated cases, ini
sy llice, and thme defendant hav ing no wile or
ttorney, known to be within thus State. on
-him a copy of said declarations, with a rule
iplead shall he served. It is' ordered that the
uid defendaint do plead to rhe said declarations
ithin a year and day tram the pntblication of
is order. or final and absolute judgment wil
a awarded against him.
GEU. POPE, c. c. r.
lerks Ofec, w
ith Aay,18142. ly 1A
State of South Carolina.
IN THEL COMMON PLE AS.
tew art & Coat, Declaration
vs. on Attackarat,
ohn Scurry. ) Assumpsit.
utl'&.J ohniston, Dkd anetfen
vs. on Atacksnex,
isbn Scurry. .Dek.
H E plaintiffs having disdavfled theirde
Uclarationas in my ot~ce, and the defmndat
Bing no wife or attorney known to be within
te State. ont whom u copy oflho same, with a
eto plead, could be served.. It is, ordered,
at thte defendant plead to the saidi deilaration,
ithiun ayear and a day, or final and'absolute
dgment will he given against him.
4.EO. PoPE,:c. c. p.
dglld C. )
Cler's Qierage -10
T H E celebrated Race-Horseu and-SiW
ion, ARGYLE, will.stand the c64n
Ug Senson at the Plantation of Capt. Wr.
B. MATS. four miles oath of Edgefeld C.
[I., on the Aunueta Road. He will be let
to Mares at 815 the single visit; 825 the
season; ani $3. to inore ;-and hoif a doi
lar to the Groom in every instance. The
money n-aa vppruved note payitle the
15th of Deecmber next; uost be sent wth
each MJarc. or she will .nt be served.
Gumj pas-riago will r d. provideti d
M:r--s jd on ;raw ar, a reasonable. price,
ard servauts boarded gratie. .
A club of ive Mareashallba~pted to
their season at $2) eachMare, and should
they prove not in foal, !bey shall fhave the
benefit of the Fali Season ratis. Every
care will be taken of ilto ates and their
fouls, but no listbilitics will be incurred for
escapes or nceidenis. A disconz of 'snt.
per eert will be -allowed on all .mioies
paid at the time of putting the Maite.
The Season -will commence on the first
or Februarv. and end on the last of June.
A RG Y L E is a durk bown horse, with
out white, except a stat,6 fteen haid aud
three quarters high ; possessed of nocom
mon bone and muscle, and a formcom.
biuiug with. ferfect symmetry, eeay es.
sewtial of a Race H!orse. .Ie jU now I2
years l'd. havinr ieen acled in Maryldd
iu the Spring of J830. He '"ss sired by
the framus Mon. Tonson, his 'dami This
tle. vais by Ogle's O-enr. his grandam-by
Dr. Thornton's inprted Horse Clfden;
his g.g. dam by 31r. Hall's Spot- and his
g. g. g. dam by Dr. Marshall's Hyder Ally,
whr, w asby Lidsay's Arabian.
The perfrmnuces of ARGYLE upon
the Tur, have placed him in the vpy first
rank of Americaia Horses as a Racer,
while thsos of his get etitle him td an
equal sanding asa Stallion.. He started
first at Orangeburg, S. C., in Jan. 1834,
and ran at Ilarawell, Augustil aion,
Columbia and Charleston, two, three and
four miles heats, witining successively 8
races, five of them of four mile beas, beat
ing Patsy Wallace, Rattlesnake, (3 times)
Lucy Ashton, Rushlight, Bertrand, junior.
(twice) Nertumus, &e. &c.'- He never
lost a heat, and was rarely ifever put up
to his speed, until his extraordinar 'efeat
by John Bascombe. in April, 186 the
circumstances of which are familiar to e
ery one. Subsequently he was trained
and run with groat success in Virgiia.;.
and in May last on the Central Carsaat
Baltimore. after running for the-rt heat
of three miles,and losing it by a head'ib,5
minues 4 seconds, he won thesecondtitic
in 5 minutes, 40 seconds, being. ti 1ist
second heat of three miles recorded in ile
American Turf, and the most brilliant per
formance of a year surpassing all etheriin
the richness of its annuls.- --During the
same wcek, and on the same coarse, one
of his daughters, Kate Seaton, won the
grent sweepst akes of $1000, beating a fine
field with great ease; such a coincidence
being hitherto noknown upon the T.arf.
AR; YLE stood but one season adso
a limited number of mares. mot moay.of
which were thorough bred. yet hiselts
have won nine out of eleven raes for
which they have'been started, beating at
one, two and three miles, the get of many
of our best Stallions, besides several am
portcd colts, some of them in fitt-rate
time. Two of his get, Governor Antler
and Kate Seaton, are now unrivalledanpon
the Tlurt by any thing of their age,
The owners of A RGYLE, in bringing
him bock to the Stote in which (though
not foaled) he was first trained and gained
hsi earliest laurels, present him with eon
fdence to the Public, as being in every
way, on account of bis blond, sire and
form, his performnan:es on the tnrf. en ro
mark able for endurance, as well as speed,
atnd the extraordlinary success of his get,
worthy of their entire approbation.
W IL LIAM B. MAYS.
January 18, 1843 tf .51
State of South Carolina,
I3 T HE COMMON PLEAS.
T1 ilIE PlaintifF having filed his declaration
Ain my o8ice against the said defbudant:
Ordered that the defendant do appear and
pled thereto within a year and a day from the
iling of the same, otherwise final judgment
wilIlbe awnrded against him.
JOHN F. LIVINGSTON, C. C. P.
Clerk's Office, 24th Sepj.1842.
Sept. 28 ly. 3S4
State of South Carolina,
ABBE VILLE DISTRICT.
IN TH E COMMON PLE AS.
John A. Donald,)
vs. Attachmenlt, Assumtpsit.
Wm. SM. Creswell.
T lIE P'laintiffhavinlg filed his declaration
..in my offico against the Defendant who s
wihout the limits of State. Ordered that the.
said defendant do appa and plead. hereto
within a year and a da from the~ Slu .of the
same, otherwise final jdgeineat wllrbdar
dedl against him.
JNO. F. LIVINGSTON, D. C. P.
Clerk'seiee Sept 24. 1842.
Sept, 28 17
State of Sbuth Carolina.
IN TH E COMMON PLEAS.
W. E. Wilson.EZi.
vs. ' Attaeepre DsIl..
riT BE Plaintie''hanag Sleilh declaration
in my office egainst the said difendant,
who is without the hmmnts ofih S "tOrder.
ed that the said defendanido apear uu a~
thereto wihin a year and ay frn gb
nfthe same otherwise final jadgqillb
awarded aginst himt.
JO HN F. L1VINGSTO~ C. C. .
Clerk's Office. 24the Sept. I842.
Se~pt. 28 17
A LLperonsindebted t h~asrbr
he ilederebtheTcown Cesinald. of tbe
priile ofeti ,o cmerop.ardas soon
as possible & pay ny, he issdearroaaoelourtg'
his busmness. All Notes and aecoung,h)Sat
ded, in nme shape ortqr'e. by the next4180ern
Day, will be placed isaiseehand of an'Atter
ney tor collectioni. 14.? .
u Mih . . :1. 6