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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 25 January 1843

ATES FOR, CONGESS. triet composed of Abbeville, ,berry, and -Lesingon Bsooks, Col. A. Burt, Hoe. P. C. Charustan, Distrie#-Hon. J. E. e Hon. JamesS. Rbett. S ' p frry, Marion. Wil * Daliegton, Marlborough, and Disrtt-Hon. J. Campbell.' ter,Kershaw. Richland, Sam andFatield.-Col. J. A. Woodward, I. Sumter.' Uien, Spartanburg, York and Ches Hon. Wm. Clowney, Capt. Jas. A. In Anderson, Pickens, Greenvil!e. and aurens.-Hou. W. Butler,* Col. R. F. tIon, W. F. Downs. -iD Colleton. Beatfort. Barnwell, and oangeburn.-HUn. R. Barnwell Rhe't, S. . W. Trotti.* ia the present Congresm. US. S& ters.-The Legislature of e.unnsylvan ~on the 10th inst., re-elected ~3'i0 e -Hon. JW 'Buchanan, Senator of the eted States, (or six years from the 4th 3Marth nei. Q' tb ih ius., the Legislature of Lou tsiaa ceote4 the HOn. Alexander Porter, ptor t..the Congress of the United lte si years from the 4th of March -.ext. The Electionofa U. S. Senator..vas tc take place in the Kentucky Legislature on the 7tb...

Publication Title: Edgefield Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 25 January 1843

P POSAL for carryitshe Mails of the United States. from the 1st of Jnly. 3843. to the 30th of June, 1847. inelnaave, $oath Carolina. will be received at the Con uset Office of the Post Office Department. nc the city of Washington, until 3 o'clock P. U. ofthe 13th day of AiY, 1843. (to be decided by the lst da of ay.) on the routes and the manner and time herein specifed. viz: SOUTHl CAROLiNA. 3101 From Culumbi by Camden, Tiller' Ferry to Cheraw. 92 maes and back, six times a weltin two-borseache. - Leave Columbia osily, except Sunday, at 1 a , arrive at Cheraw same days by l Ip m. Leave Cheraw daily, except Sunday, at I a v, arrive at Columbiasaime days by l Ip n. Iroposal ae invited to carry the great Nor ther and Southern mails daily, on this route, by the folkowing schedule, in wagons or sneh other vehicles as tie contractor may select. so estruted as to secure the mails and protect hemsagainst the weather. Leave Columbia daily at 6 p in, arrive at Cheraw next day at 10 a mn. Lea...

Publication Title: Edgefield Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 25 January 1843

*Wgef*WW #rnU0fer+ L~PY~B Edgefield Advertiser-Extra U EDNKSDAT. JANUARf 25, 1843. Sheriff's Sale. B Y vitue f * sundry wriis of Fieri Fa cias. I will proceed to sell at Edge field Ctourt House. on the firt MAonda -nd Tuesday of Fcbriary next, the fol lowing property: George lussey, and others, vs Ember %on Busser. ei'tr., the tract of land wbcr the delndanut lives. Jasper Gibbs vs Simeon Corley. on hundred anJ thirty-three acres of land raore or less, adjoining lands of Davii Richardson. and others. Robert Carlisle, assignee. vs Rudolp! Carter. Lewis ElIzev, and Elizabeth Car ter. one negro man bick. .Oliver Simpson vs Gc..rgo N. Pardue M. Gray, for 0. Simpson, vs the saie James Randall vs the sane. Jemes Mose ley & Co. vs the same. J. J. Kenned; vs the same, one negro man Natt. John C. Moore va James Goleman &Jon Trapp, one hundred acres of land. mor or less, adjoining J. 1. White and others the property of James Goleman. J. Miller vs Thomas Deluach ard Sam uel Marsh, the ...

Publication Title: Edgefield Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 1 February 1843

- a - .... ... k t. @mif - "Wa wiU .ling ea dhe Pillm. f the 'Temple oforLledg itl, we will Perish amidst~Run. -' 2QBL1RO iITOR. Thie Dollarager 'ins., fpal iti emsme. --Tiew Dolhli~u' FIgF Cents. if not patd ~ ber heexpiration'f8x Months fran the d& Sub' tion-and Pour Do~ars,-if PWe paid;within twelve- & Subribei -an, tOfLs$0.1110 are- ' Sed AW1YIn edie8ce. NiS than a yer, and no'nUed 'nti anurrear Ap an pa ,eept at .a option of the Pub baber. All subsecriptiones -w0bcontinued unless - ,oherwi'eti' thi epiation of the year. -~ .. Any paes psoirig iro beeifiers and m.mns.sponsibfdrtbhmteaalrecewC 2M Me pcoe in edat0 in~d- 0-arked *er theme will ce~tiaued antil oriuwAd out, and harged accoonbgy. Al db wo don for -pervoaiB living-at a disgWce, s bust he paid frat(tb tine thewerk1 isedo .,reth e eydcrd it she *ibg. hdonunumma t reed do'thI ito*, p"Oit , 9ufwe prosptly and stried ataemi ed to MASeth ofded, 1867, inasive, olia.wig beteoeived at the Contrat of te. j'04 Aiice Depar...

Publication Title: Edgefield Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 1 February 1843

.Wiscelltasseees. Frems hes N. 0 Iderld. THE MINT. The coinage at our Branch Mint amoun ted during the year 1842, to oft million three hundred thousand dollars ; being oi gold, $440,000,_and of silver, $900,000. The coine atbe Pliidel phit Mititjil 1841; wasone million three hundred ant loor thousand and two hundred dollars. So that with less than half the number 0 men and with far inferior resources, aud i sospeasion of operations which was ren, dered. necessary by the enustailment orfup propriations, (and for wijich Messrs. Gree t Conrad may have all the eredit,) ibi coinage of the mint here in 1842, fall shon only a few thousand dollars of th, amount coined at Philadelphia in 1841. The omber of pieces coined in Phila delphia the same year sather exceeds firv millious.-Tbe number of pieces comec here in 1842, exceeds four millions. Noe this difference arises from the coppel ooins isued from the mint at Philadel. phia. which gives them a great advantagi in all calculations as to th...

Publication Title: Edgefield Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 1 February 1843

UYMElVEAL. Tha ukea tus abidh ne nwiuiag barts." M ARaIED, On Thursday 12th January, by the Rev. Simpson Jones, Mlr. ROBEar BAUGH of Alabama, to Miss G. E. BArs of LeXing ton. S. C. On Tuesday 24th inst., by H. A. Smith, Esq.. Mr. AL.- GaiFIT to Miss SARAH BAsaw, all of Edgefield District. S. C. Counnercial. AUGUSTA EXCHANGE TABLE. Augusta Insurance and Banking Co. par. Bank of Agusta, Branch State of Georgia at Augusta, Agency Bank of Brunswick, branch Georgia Itail Road, Mlaanie's iaak. Bank of St. Mary .s. Bank or M.tilledgeville Bank of the . f Goo. at Ltav. lr.uebet of ato - Agency ot'ditto. at Greensboro' Bank of Brunswick. Comnercial Bank, at Macon, Geo. R. .- & Bkg. Go. Athen , Marine& Fire I... Bank,8av. " Branch orditto, at Macon, Planters Bank, Savannah. RockersvillewBanking Comp'y. Esehange Bank, Brunswick, brok Lke ulgee Bank.! brok Cera Bank ofGeorgia. 35 a 35 d Central . R. & Bkg, Co. Sav. 3 a 06 ILs. ik. ofColumwbus, at Macou, 6 a 10' Alabama Notes, 1 a 1...

Publication Title: Edgefield Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 1 February 1843

kPOSAL, fdearrf the Nails of - thePimedStates.rot Ist ofJuly, 3868,t0 the 301b of June, 187, inclusive, Sot Carolina, will be received at the Con trmit 0ee of the Post Office Deahtment, in - of Wahion , until 3 o clock P. M. Oft& 3tay of Apria, 1843. (to be decided bythe eI da of May.) on the rontes and the manner and time herein specffied. viz: W 'SOUTH CAROLINA. .101 From Columbia by Camden, Tiller'. 1h7' to Cheraw. 92 miles and back, si daw aweekin two-borse coaches Lease Columbia daily, except Sunday, at I moa.ive at chera same daysby 11 p m. Lmve Cheraw daily, e tee Sanday, at I a m, aivb at Columbiasame by11 p m. Ptsposal ae invited to carry Ike great Nor ern and Southern mails daiy, on this route, by thd following abedule, in wagona or such other vehicles as the contractor may select, so comletted as to smnre the nais and protect Ibesagainst the weather. ' Leave Columbia daily at 6 p in, arrive at Cheraw next day at 10 a in. - Leie Cheraw daly t10 a m, are at Colmbia nest...

Publication Title: Edgefield Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 1 February 1843

4 - .. &w I IT EdgefeldAdvertiser-Extra, WZDZKDAT, FRUSUAKY 1, ,843. State of South Carolina1 EDGEFIELD DISTRICT. Charles Barrontom and Wife. App'., vs. N. L Griin, Defendant. Y an order from the Ordoafry. I &loll to sell in the above stated case, s of the Estate of Esther Evins, otherwise called Esther Garrett,in the Jmisuict aforesaid, lying on the road on sing from th Piney Woods Housq to Hamburg where Benjamin Evans nov lives, containiag one hundred ant 'ft1-3 a we, Moe or less, adjoining lands of the Estate of Wm. Hobb. deceased, Jhn1. Iirkey and othersi; to be sold on the mt Meeda in February next, on a credit oi til th r:day ofJanuary nest; Pnrcht er to give and personal Aseritt, md amortgage of the premisesto the 0 dinary. Cot tobe adincash. 8. C RISTIE, s, . D. Jan. 16. 1843 ($300) d Rl State of South Carolik EDGEFIELD DISTRICT. V. C. Cogburo. AI9% vs. Josep P "ad other De B Y an order Ordinary. Iall p roeedto el r the above sted case, lands of the Estate of Wm. Roe...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 8 February 1843

'we Will cling to the JPill.,. of the Temple of out Ll.ihj it S mom fton, we will retus wat the Ri." VOLUME Vill* BageffX& C ouv~t Rouse 9 , IS4a. ,. EDGEI'ELD ADVERTISER ST W. F. DURISOE., PROPRIETOR. TERMS. Three Dollars per annum. if paid in advace -Three Dollars and Fifty Cents, if not paid before the expiration of Six Months from the date of Subscription-and Four Dollars if not paid witin twelve Months. Subscribers out of**h State are requited to pay in adeance. No.ubmriptioe received for les= than one galr, and no paper discontinued until all arrear are paid. except at the option of the Pub Biber. All subseriptions will be continued unless otherwise ordered before the expiration of the year. Any person proeuring five Subseriher, and becoming respousibe for the same, shall receive the sixtb copy gratis. Adewrtiseante conspicuously inerted at 024 cents per square. (12 lines, or ,) for the first insertton, and 4j cents. ler each contintuance. Those publisied Monthl. or soarte...

Publication Title: Edgefield Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 8 February 1843

SEztr~ts. frot By the Osledonla Steamer, which ar- .is ried at esson 25th ult. from Liverpool, wheb pt she loft on the 4th ait., the N- wo Y, CmatneoWel Advertiier received their gre aas -es of London and Liverpool pa. qul pem, fros which paper we cutl tho follow- I g items: her The sVppage of the Yorkshire Agricul- ext tgral and Commercial Bank, at York, wa5 pat =inued in the less week of December, CO ad eaWed a great commotion in that city, Vo aN Les and elsewheru. It was general y beleved that there was very little chance Be of a resumption orpayment, and the most smrilaes eesgnces were. apprehended, is 4 as the bank bad branches at most of the pul town in the North and East ridings. A ed meeigof the shareholders bad been held. the at whiit was found that the whole capi- Tb tal af the bank, ?231,000, was los, and a AIt00 besides. The liabilities amoun- ana td to abet ?170,000. A call of ?3 per anc shara was agreed to the number or shares em being35,000 to make up the deficiency. ...

Publication Title: Edgefield Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 8 February 1843

Wd to see it treated by a gentlemen of Mr.. Memnminger's rputation. The pamphlet bfor us, has some faults or style, but upos the whola it isloquion t, and creditable to its author. 'ztu.-By reference to another column it will be found, that it was not Gan. Som erville, (as stated in our last,) but Col<. Fisher and Green, who commandod the detacbment of Texian tro'ps captured by the Mexicans. We hope St. Ann will keep the pledge given by the Mexican officers, to whom this brave baud was forced to surrender, as it would be nothing short or cold blooded murder, should they be sacri ficed by his order. Southern Credit.-The Journal of Con ueree sys:-' We are happy to learu from our largest houses connected with supplying the Southern trade, that the on gagements were never more promptly met than they have been this winter. The rates of Exchange, also, never approxi- I mated mGre nearly to par than now, with the exception of the State of Alabama." U. S. Loan.-The Charleston Mercury of ...

Publication Title: Edgefield Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 8 February 1843

RPOSALS far .Carr The - the_ Unit ' s;from the isz fJuiy, 'the 30th or June; 1847, inclusive, a", Colta, will be received at the Con a ea 0oce of tbe Post Oice Department. in or Wasbingtn, until 3 o'clock P. M. etbda ay ofA ril 143. (to be decided b6 the st d Moay.f ) on the routes and the mUnnr and tame berei specdied. viz: 80UTjI CAROLINA. 3101 From !olumbia by Camden, Tiller'o Ferry to Cheraw. 90 miles and back. six timis a weekin two-buas coaches. lave Columbia daily, except Sanday, at I a, arrive at Cheraw amne das by 1 Ip i. AJasve Cheraw daily, except Sunday, at I a 3,' arive at Columbia same days by I p m. .Proposals ase invited to carry the great Nor thers aud Southern mails daily, on this route, by the folkwing sebednle, in wagoni or such edarvehicles as the contractor may select. so ostruiced as to secure the mails and protect dem aPin" the weather. Leae Columbia daily at 6 p ta, arrive at Churaw next day at 10 a n. Leave Cheraw daily at 101 a m, arrive at Celumbi next da...

Publication Title: Edgefield Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 15 February 1843

IAO *-s'e"will cling to the PII!arv of the Temple of our LIberies, sm'd ma=I fall, we will Perlef amidt the Ruin.." VOLUMhE VIII- Lu, ruav h, 84-. . Seuma_ - ___ _==__- - -_ EDGEIFIIELD ADVERTISER AiT W. F. DURISOE.PROPRIETOR. TERMS. Three Dollars per ansum. if paid inl adcance -Three Dollass and Fitly Conto. if not paid before toO epiAtio Of Six Maonths from, the date ol'SAbscrilption)-anld Four Dohrs if Wot paid within twelve Montho. Suhseribcm out of the State are requimed to piy it -dcancc. No subiscripti')n rectived for le4 than one ger, and no paper di..cantinied until all arrear aged are paid. except at the option of the Pub Wier. All subscriptionts will be continued uttlen" otherwise ordered before tha exp.ration of the year. Any.person proctrimi fve Sumbwribers and becoming respouiible 13 thesawe, el.all receive the sixth copy grans. Adsr;timaeu conspicuously inserted at 624 cents per squatOR. (12 imoa. o$ ls,) for tht- first insertsoo, and 434 cents, for each contaiinance....

Publication Title: Edgefield Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 15 February 1843

- pbsed as not conforming to our treaty sti pnlations. Tb question now recurring 'on the mo tion to strike out the clause givinga boun y, in land, of 640 acres to each individual ubttler-was decided in the negative by the game vote of ayes 22. noes 24. The amendments or the committee of tha .whole were concurred in; and1 the 4uestion now being. shall the bill be en grosed for a third reading? The Bill was then ordered to be engros @ed for a third reading-by ayes 24, nays 22-and by agreement then read the third time andf ly passed the Senate-ayes 24, noes not counted: and the Senate ad journed over to Monday. MINORITY REPORT. Of the Comnittee of Ways and Means, of the House of Rrpresentutives, of the U. States, on the Assumption of State Debts. The minority of the Committee of Ways and S!eans, assenting to most of the rea sons and to the conclusion presented in the report ofthe majority against the pray er of the memorialists, asking theFederal Government to issue 8200,000,000 of pub...

Publication Title: Edgefield Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 15 February 1843

Aother Outrage upon the La.es!-as Sunday night last the oflice of the Clerk of The Superior Court of l'aulding county, was cntered, and the books, papers, &c.. taken out. Judge Andermon went on the erich next morning. determinnd. if ponsible, o ferret out the felon tir feloni, unid make an example of them. As tih intter is, now undergoing Judicial in ve-tigali.'n. we for. bear furherremnrks.-Pierer. yilitary E-reution.-lu apeaking of the execution of SpencerCromaweli and Smnall on 'board the Somner, -hou MNobile Adver tiser has the I4llowing paragrapi. It cns tains some facts not gencra!ly known. perhaps. and shows that the conduct of Com. Mockenie is not without somm high precedents an land. Tihe writer sny: -Without the advice of any one, Gen. Washington ordered the heads of two de eorters to be cut off, wl-ile his army was quartered at Valley Forge. Gen. Wayte. in his campaign against the conrederated tribes of Nortiern Isdians, had mutineers and deserters hung without thc fo...

Publication Title: Edgefield Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 15 February 1843

IjtOlOSALl for corryia the alils ofI the Uted States. from est of July, 4 34 to the 30th of June, 1847, inclusive, Souh Caronaa, will be received at the Con trat 06esof the Post Office De ent, inmi S- f Washington, until 3 o elock P. oftbe thday of A 1, 1843. (to be decided byte ladaty of ly.) on the routes and the maner and time herein speceil. vrz: SOtTI CAROLINA. 3101 From Columbia by Camden, Tiller Ferry. to Cheraw. 92 ailes and back. aiX times a weekin two-horse coach. Leave Columbia daily. except Sunday, at I an, arrive at Cheraw same days by l Ip in. Leave Cberaw daily, except Sunday, at I a m, arrive at Columbia same - ys by 11 p I.. roposalIs ate invited to carry the greet Nor therm and Southern mails daily. on this rM~ute, by the following schedule, in wagons or such other vehicles as the contractor may qelect. so constructed as to secure the mails Und prutect &am against the weather. Leave Columbia daily at 6 p m, arrive at Cheraw nest day at 10 a an. Leave Cheraw dai...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 22 February 1843

"We will cling se she Pilars of she Temple of our L beertie, ad If Is asset fall, we will Perish amids the RUin.." VOLUME Vill- BLgeela Court Rouse, S. C., YTebruar 2, 1848. NO.4 EDGEFIELD ADVERTISER By W. F. DURISOE. PROPRIETOR. TERMS. Three Dollars per annum, if paid in adconc -Three Dollars and Fifty Cents. if not paid before the expiration of Six Mouths from the date of Subscription-and Four Dollars if not -ipid within twelve Mouths. Subscribers out ;f the State are required to pay in advance. No subscription received far less than ene year, and no paper discontinued until allarrear u are paid, except at the option of the Pub Eher. All subseriptions will be contiuted unless otherwise ordered before the expiration of the year. Any person procuring Eve Subscribers and becoming responsible for thesame, shall receivt the sixth copy gretas. Asrtssaeaets conspicuous inserted at 24 cents per square. (12 lanes or ,) for the first insertion, and 431 cents, for each continuance. These ubl...

Publication Title: Edgefield Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 22 February 1843

e.isceUaneeNs. Futihe Neaworses Picasos. Feb. 7. LATEST FROM MEXICO. The scbooner Victorine, arrived at Mo bileon Saturday morning la4, from Vera Cruz, with $10,000 in specie, and Capt. F. U. Swain. and Mesrs. J. M. Barney and J. Stanle Milford as passeo;ers. TbieVree Ileft Vera Crus on the 26th uk., and by her we have received dates from the city of Mexico up to the 22d. One of our correspondents states that Van Ness was at work ic the streets of Moxico, and in chains. No mention i6 made of Fitzgerald or Hancock, taken at the same time with Van Ness, and who were also os the Santa Fe Expedition, but they are probably also in lexico, un less the former has been liberated through thelnterference of the British minister. The following is a list of the Texian - t now confined at the Castle of H. A. Alsbury, J. Allen. A. Booker, Edwd. Brown, Wm. Bugg, James H. Brown, Richard A. Barclay Truman B. BOck, John Bradlv, L.,Colquhon, J. A. Crews. William Coultren, D. I. Davis, John Dalrymple, ...

Publication Title: Edgefield Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 22 February 1843

the course-and a prutwiaou of she li gu and bloom of beauty raining inIucce on the gallant show. W never saw as great a throng ofispectators on a simnilar occasion, or at the races. His Excellency is a hand some officer, and was attended by a fine staff-and our troops showed to groat ad -antage in their rich varied uniforms and our troops showed to great advantage in their rich antl varied unirorms-were creditably through their evolutions, and presented altogether an appearance much more military thou militiary-duing great credit to Gen. Schuierle, who has achiev ed wonders in bringing them to a tate of efficient discipline. The day passcd with out any serious accident. though one or two of the cavalry dismauuwd invulunta rily.-Charlesito Mercury. (71 At an election, held in Charleston, on the 14th inst., the following gentlemeu were elected Directors of the Bok of S. Carolina, for the ensuing year. John S. Cogdell, Samuel 3icCartncy. William Calder, J. C. Blum. B J. hlow land. E. B...

Publication Title: Edgefield Advertiser
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Edgefield advertiser. — 22 February 1843

aROgOSALS ,or caryn the Mails orf the United Staes. from fist Ji, 1843, tO the 30M of Jue. 1B47, inclusive, Soet Carob., win be received at the Con tt O~of the Feet ce Department, in thsj W**biigtO a ~lS o'celockP. M. day of A ,843 (to be dei by 3flam~ of Way.) on the routes and d"' enner and umns herein spec"fed. viz: SOUTH CAROLINA. 3101 From Columbia by Camen Titte Ferry to Chenw. 92 miles and beck. s, dtim a weeIgiatwohore nco - jMe Celembia dmiy,exloPt Sanday, at I amarr at Chelnw e byIp in. IMve Cheraw daesfl e t Sae ,t a 0, ari a& Connbia a ya by 11p a. Proposals e invited to carry the great Nor &wr and Southern mailS daily. on tis sonte, y de Witowing sebedule. in wagons or ouch eheabielft as die contraetor may elect, so coreusated as o secure the mails and protect them against the weather. ,awe Columbia daily at 6 p m, arrive at Cheraw neat day at 0 a In. Loyan Cheraw dail at M1 a M, arnive at Columbianex daysb ado the. ti eat mail on th direct om Raleigh N. C. to C...

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