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ATHENS, (GEORGIA,) TUESDAY, MAY 1, 1832.
Published every Tuesday,
By Alb on Chase.
f eRM ,, Three dollars per year, payable in advance,
or Foiir dollars if delayed to the end ofthe year. The
latter amount will be rigidly exacted of all who fail to
meet their payments in advance.
No subscription received for less than one year, un
less toe money is paid in advance; and no paper will
he discontinued until all arrearages are paid, except at
the option of the publisher. A failure on the part of
subscribers to notify us of their intention of relinquish
ment, accompanied with the amount duo, will be con
sidered as equivalent to a new engagement, and pa
pers sent accordingly.
AovenTiseMEHTS will be inserted at the usual rates.
fC3*All Letters to the Editor on matters connected
with tho establishment, must bo post paid in order to
ICP Notice of the sale of Land and Negroes by Ad
ministrators, Executors, or Guardians, must be publish
ed sixty days previous to the day of sale.
the sale of Personal Property, in like manner, must
be published forty days previous to the day of sale.
Notice to debtors and creditors of an estate must be
published/orty days. ,
Notice that Application will bo made to the Court of
Ordinary for Leave to sell Land or Negroes, must be
published f.ur months.
Notice that Application will he made for Letters of
Administration, must be published thirty days, and for
Letters of Dismission, six tnonths.
H ALL Postponed Sheriff’s Sale.—On
the first Tuesday in MAY next, will bo
sold at the Court-house in the town of Gainesville,
Hall county, within the usual hours of sale, the fol
lowing property, to wit:
Two Hundred Acres of Land, more or less,
being part of lot No. (70) seventy, in the 10th District
of llall county: levied on as the properly of Shadrach
Dean, to satisfy sundry fi. fas., one in favour of Adam
Shuffield, and others, vs. said Dean.
Four Hundred and Sixteen Acres of Land,
more or less, levied on as the property of William
Spruce, to satisfy a fi. fa. in favour of Roundtree &
Hill. A. CHASTAIN, Sh’ff.
C LARK SHERIFF’S SALE.—On the
first Tuesday in MAY next, will be sold,
at tho Court-house in the toi|n of Watkinsvillc, Clark
county, within the usual hours of sale, t he following pro-
perty, to wit: /
Twelve and a Half Acres of Land, more or
less, well improved, situated on the road leading from
Watkinsvillc to the Seull Shoals, whereon Joseph
Durham now lives, adjoining Huff and others, and one
bay mare with four white feet, about six years old:
levied on os the property of Jpseph Durham, to satisfy
a fi. fa. in favor of Stevens Thomas, vs. Joseph Dur
ham and David Elder.
One Negro Girl by the name of Ann about
sixteen years old : levied on as the property of James
Shaw, to satisfy a fi. fa. in favor of Ansclmn L. Har
der vs. James Show and Joshua Stevens.
March 27. ISAAC S. VINCENT,Sh’ff.
C LARK Sheriff’s Salo.-On the first Tues
day in NJAY next, will be sold at the Court
House in the town of Watkinsvillc, Clark county, within
the usual hours of sale, the following property,to wit:
One House and -Lot in the town of Athens,
well improved, occupied ot present by the defendant as
a public Tuvorn; one Neg:o boy by tl:o name of Shop
herd, about 21 years of age; also, Ellis a man, 35 or
forty years of age; one four horse Stage and harness,
one four wheel Carriage and harness, one two horse
wagon, two bay horses, 10 or 12 years old, seven fea
therbeds, beudsteds and furniture, fivo mattresses,
one doz. Windsor chairs, half duz. split bottom chairs,
12 pine tables, two folding tables (of cherry,) a walnut
sideboard, one iloz. knives and folks, one doz- and a
hulf earthen plates, one doz. cops and saucers, six dish
es, 5 pitchers, 3 decanters, 4 bowls, two jugs, and one
jar: levied on ns tho properly oi John A Byrd, to sa
tisfy two fi. fas. one in favor of John Marlin, the other
in favor of Elizur L. Newton, if. said Byrd.
March27. JAMES HENDON, D. Sh’ff.
( 'ILARK SHERIFF’S SALE.—Will lie
J sold, on the first Tuesday in MAY noxt, at
tho Couit House in tho town of Watkiosville, Clark
county, within thu lawful hours of sale, the following
property, to wits
Six Negroes, to wit: Amy a woman about
twenty-five years of age; Lizy a girl, about four years
old; George a hoy, about two years old; Joe a boy,
ahuul six years old ; Lindyugiri, about four years old;
und Nelson a boy, about fivo yours old : levied on as
the property of Gabriel A. Moffett, to satisfy a fi. fa.
issued on thu foreclosure ofa mortgage in favor of Sle-
vens-Thrtinus, vs. said Moffett.
Feb. 9S. JAMES HENDON, D. Sh’ff.
H ALL Sheriff’s Sale.—On tho first Tues
day in MAY next, will be sold, at the
Court House in the Town of Gainesville,Hall coun.-
ty, within the usual hours of salo, the following pro
perty, to wit:
Two Hundred and Fifty Acres of Land,
more or less, wiicrcon Jesse Clayton now lives : levied
ones the property of Jesse Clayton, to satisfy a fi. fa.
issticd from Hall inferior Couit in favor of J. W. Junes k
Co. vs. said Clayton.
Two Hundred and Fifty Acres of Land,
more or Icbs, whereon Pleasant Hulsey now lives: le
vied on as the property of Pleasant Hulsey, to satisfy
two ft. fas. fcsucd from Hall Superior Court in favor of
P. J. Murray, vs. said Hulsey. Property pointed out
One Hundred and Fifty Acres of Land,
more or less, whereon Gabriel U. Coley now lives: le
vied on as the property 'if John Chambers; to satisfy a
li. fs. issued from Hall Superior Court in favor ofl’lnlip
Wade, for the use of Robert MitchsJI, vs. William
Moore and John Chambers, bis security. Properly
pointed out by Mitchell.
One Hundred and Fifty Acres of Land,
diorc or less, being part of Lot >o. 41, in the 8lh Dis
trict ofHall county : levied on as tho properly of Mar
tin Evans, U>Satisfy a fi. Ih. issued fjnm a Justice’s
Court in favor of John Barnwell, vs. said Evans. Levy
made and returned to me by a Constable.
Fifty Acrea of Laud, more or less, whereon
William Wallis now lives r levied on as the property of
William Wallis, to satisfy a fi. fa, issued from a Justi
ce’s Court in favor W. D. Marlin, vs. said Wallis. Pro
perty pointed out by Robert Mitchell. Levy made and
returned to me by a Constable.
One Tract of Land, known aa Lot No. 66,
in the 12lh District nf said courtly : levied on as the
property ofSlephcn East, to satisfy a h. fa. in favor of
peter Grinnell, Daniel Grant and Thomas Grant, exec
utors, &c. vs. said East.
Morel) 27. A. CHASTAIN, Sh’ff
H ALL Sheriff’s Sale.—On the first Tuns-
day in MAY next,will be sold, at the Court
House in the town of Gainesville, Hall county, within
the usual houm ofjalc, the following property, to wit :
Two Hundred and Si»ty-nine Acres of
Land, more nr leae, lying on the Pond Fork of the
Oconee river: levied on es the propelty of W illiam
Brodwell, to satisfy sundry fi. fits, issued irom a Justi
ce’s Court in favour of Joseph T. Cunningham, and
others, vs. said Brodwell. Properly pointed out bv the
defendant. Lev* made and returned to me by a Bailiff
JACOB EBERHAUT, D. Sh’ff.
J ACKSON SherifPs Sale.—On,the first
Tuesday in MAY next, will be sold at the
Court-house in the town of Jefferson, Jackson county,
within the usual hours of sale, the following property,
One Tract of Land, containing Two Hun
dred and seventy-two Acres, more or less, adjoining
Bryant and Oliver: levied on to satisfy fivo ft. fas. is
sued from a Justice’s Court in favour of Samuel A.
Wilson, vs. George 11, Brazcil. Property painted out
by Brazeil. Levy made and returned to tne by a Con
stable, G. F. ADAMS, D. Sh’ff
GEORGIA, HALL COUNTY.
In the Superior Court, March'Term, 1832.
James W. Jones, & Co. }
vs. ) Bill for Discovery, Relief
George W. Wacascr, j- and
and J Injunction.
Aldridgo Kean. )
¥T appearing to the Court, that the defendants re-
JL side without the County of Hall, so that service
cannot be perfected in the usual way: It is ordered by
the Court, that the said GeorgejW. Wacaser, and Al
dridge Kean, plead answer or demur to tun) bill on or
before the first day of next Term, or the samo will bo
taken pro confcseo.
A true copy from the minutes.
JAMES LAW, Clerk.
M ADISON Sheriff’s Sale.—On tho first
Tuesday in MAY next, will bo sold at
the Court-House in the town of Daniclsville, Madison
county, within tho usual hours of sale, tho following
property, to wit:
One Hundred Acres of Land, more or less,
adjoining Win. Mitchel and others: levied on as the
property of John P. Vaun, to satisfy two fi, fas. issued
from a Justice’s court in favour of William Lucre, vs.
said Vaun. Properly pointed out by John Gj|bcrt. Levy
made and returned to me by a constable.
RICHARD B. GUOLSTON, Sh’ff
GEORGIA, HABERSHAM COUNTY.
Superior Court, Jlpril Term, 1832.
Thompson Collins, 1
Elijuh H. Reid, > For Foreclosure.
James P. Heath, I
Michael Brown. J
T HE petition of Thompson Collins sheweth, that
Elijah H. Reid, James P. Heath, and Michael
Brown, heretofore, to wit: on the 9th of February eigh
teen hundred and thirty-one, made, executed, and de
livered to your pel ilianer their entire deed of mortgage,
conveying thereby to your petitioner, all those two
tracts of land, situate, lying and being in the fourth
District of said county, and known and distinguished in
the plan ofthe same, as Lots No, 27, and 23* in tho
fourth District, containing tour hundred, eighty-seven
and one hulf Acres, rmw or iess, which Lots of Land
were mortgaged to your petitioner for the better secur
ing the payment ofa certain promissory note, made by
the said Elijah It. Kind to your petitioner for tho sum
of two thousand dollars, payable on tho firat of July,
eighteen hundred and thirty, and tinted the ninth
of September, eighteen hundred and thirty, and now
hero shewn to the Court; and your petitioner further
sheweth, that there is now due on said note, tho whole
of the principal and interest, and therefore prays that
unless the said Elijah H- liied, James P. Heath and
Michael Brown, do pay into the Clerks Office of this
Court, the amount ofthe principal and interest now
due, or which may become due on said note and mort
gage, together with all cost whicli hath or may accrue
herein, within six months from the date hereof, that the
equity of redemption in and to tho said mortgaged pre
mises be henceforth and forever barred and foreclosed.
Whereupon, on motion of Samuel A. Wales, attorney
far petitioners, it is ordered by the Cqurt, that unless
the amount of principal, interest and cost, now due or
to bcco.ne title on said note and mortgage, be paid into
the Clerks Office of this Court within the time afore,
said, that the equity of (pdemption in, and to said
mortgaged premises, be thenceforth and forever bar
red and foreclosed. And it is further ordered, that a
copy of this rule bo published once a month for six
months in some onp ofthe publio Gazettes of this Slate,
or be personally served .'on the said Elijah H. Ried,
James P. ilcath, and Michael Brown, three months be
fore the expiration of this rule.
A true extract from the minutes this 18th April,1832.
J. T. CARTER, Clk.
GEORGIA, CLARK COUNTY.
W HEREAS Richard Richardson applies to me for
letters ofDismission from the further adminis
tration on the ostato of Sarah Perkins, deceased :
These are therefore to cite and admonish all and sin •
gular, the kindred and creditors of said deceased, to
bo and appear at my olfico within the time prescribed
by law, to ehew cause, if any they have, why said let
ters should not begraulcd.
Given under my hand this 9th Nov. 1831.
JOSEPH LIGON, c. c o.
GEORGIA, CLARK COUNTY.
W HEREAS F.theldred Sorrell, administrator on
the estate of Lewis Barnett, deceased, applies
to mo for letters of dismission from the further admin
istration of said estate:
These are therefore to eito and admonish all and sin
gular tho kindred and creditors nfsuid deceased, lobe
and appear at my office within tl(c time prescribed by
law, to show cause, if any they have, why eaid ictters
should not be granted.
Given under my hand this 21st day of Jan. 1832.
JOSEPH LIGON, c. c. o.
Oglethorpe Inferior Court, Feb. adjourned
' - Z'erm, 1832.
I T appearing to the Court upon the affidavit of Wil
lis A. Jordan, that tho following note is either lost
nt mislaid, viz : Qne note on Robert Maxwell, due
January let, 1831, for the sum of fourteen Dollars,with
a credit on the same, 2d January, 1831, for one dollar
fifty-six and a quarter cents,and one other credit on the
6th Mey, 1831, for 50 cents.
Ordered, that all persons interested shew cause qn
or before the first day of the next term of this Court,
why a copy of said note should not ba 'established in
lieu of said original so lost or mislaid, that said copy be
filed with the Clerk, and this rule published monthly in
one of the public Gazettes of this State.
A truo extract from the iQjnutcs 12th Match, 1832.
JOHN LANDRUM, Clk.
GEORGIA, HABERSHAM COUNTY.
To the Inferior Court of said county, token
sitting for ordinary purposes.
I T appearing to said Court from the petition nf An
derson Watson, that John Black in his life time
executed with one Thumat Turner, a bond to the laid
Anderson Watson, for titles to Lot No. 239, in the 4th
Dttirict of Muscogee gnunty, now hist ion, and it fur
ther appearing, that tho said -Anderson Watson has
paid up for said land, and thattho said John Black de
parted this life without making titles to the same: It is
ordered, that the administrators of said deceased, do
earcute titles to said land, unto the said Anderson
’ atson,,unless good cause be shewn to the'contrary
within the time nrtperibed by law, atul that this rule
be published accordingly.
Given under my baud tlu third day of March, 1832.
JOHN H. JONES, d. c. c. o.
Blanks of all descriptions for
sale at this Office.
GEORGIA, CLARK COUNTY.
W HEREAS Charles Strong, senior, executor on
the estate of William Strong, senior, lata of
Clark county, deceased, applies to me for letters of dis
mission from the further administration of said estate:
These are therefore to cite and admonish all and sin
gular the kindred and creditors of said deceased, to be
and appear at my office within the time prescribed by
law, to shew cause, if any they have, why said let
ters should not bo granted. '
Given under my hand this Slh of March, 1832.
JOSEPH LIGON, c. c. o.
A GHEEARLY to an order of the honorable the In
ferior Court of Habersham ouuuty, when sitting
for ordinary purposes, will bo sold, on the first Tuesday
in June next, in Grcc.rrille, Meriwether county, Lot
of Lund No. 112, inthe3d Dialrictof formerly Troup,
now Meriwether county. Sold for the benefit of Dan
iel *MeDonglea’ Orphans. Tetma made known on the
JONATHAN D. CHASTAIN, Guard.
I NOUn months after date application will be made
. to the Honorable the Inferior court of Jackson
county, for leave la sell a Tract of Land, No. 294 first
district of Coweta county, belonging to Robert Wil
ABRAHAM WILLIAMS, Guardian.
April 24—6—w4m. •
1 7I0UR months afterdate application will bu made
. to the honorable the Inferior court of Clark coun
ty, when sitting for ordinary purposes, for leave to sell
a Lot of Land, No. 54, in the 13th District of Monroe
county, containing Two Hundred two and a half acres,
belonging to tho Orphuim of Henry Durham, deceased.
Sold for the benefit of said Orphans.
LINDSEY DURUAN, Guardian.
F OUR months after date application will ho made
to the honorable the Inferior Court of Jtwlmon
county, when sitting for ordinary purpusos, for luBve to
sell all the Real Estate of William Barnett,, deceased;
also, lot No, 100, in the eleventh district of Monroe
county, drawn by the orphans of William Barnett, de
ceased. SAMUEL BARNETT, Adm’r.
F OUR months after date application will be made
to the honorable the Inferior court of Jackson co.
when sitting for ordinary purposes, fhr leave to sell the
real estate of John Thornton, late of said county de
ceased. JACOB Ripi.lNjj, Gunrdiun.
F OUR months after date application will bo tnado
to the honorable the Interior Court of Jackson
county, when sitting for ordinary purposes, for leave
to sell a part ofthe Negroes belonging to tho estate of
Elijah Shaw, deceased.
DELILA SHAW, Athnr’x.
| L<(iw Notice.
FI VIE partnership of Nisbet & Floyd, in the prae;
JL ttce of Law, is this day dissolved. The business
ofthe firm will be eettled by them jointly.
Morgan county, Ua. Jan. 26.
3. JL. HISBSffi
W ILL practice luw in the following counties, to
wit: Morgan, Greene, Putnam, /taper, New
ton, Clark, Hancock, Tultiaferro, and Wslton. He will
devote his undivided attention to the profession ; anti
'will attend promptly to the collection ofmoney in any
of tho count-' es of the Oakmulgec, Western, Flint, or
Madison, Morgun, Ga. Jan. 31—5—3tn
GEORGIA, JACKSON COUNTY.
W HEREAS William Knox, administrator de bonis
non of William Patton, deceased, a pplics to me
for letters of dismission frointhe further administration
on said estate :
Thcsoarc therefore Lo cite and admonish, all and sin
gular the kindred and creditors of eaid deceased, to he
and appear at my office, within the time prescribed by
law, to shew cause, if any they have, why said Letters
should not be granted.
Given under my hand this 5th day of March, 1632.
WILLIAM COWAN, c. c. o.
W ILL be sold on the first Tuosday in June next,
at the Court-House in Lexington, Oglethorpe
county, agreeably lo an order of the honurable the
Court of Ordinary of said county, a part of a tract of
Land belonging to tho estate of Wm. W. Baldwin, de
ceased, lying in eaid county. Sold for tho benefit of tho
heiri of said deceased. *
SAMUEL BALDWIN, ) ,,
THOMAS C. ILLUPS, ( Adlnr8 -
W ILL be enld at the late residence of John John
ston, in Rabun county, on Friday, the 25th day
of May noxt, the following proporty, to wit: one Still,
and all its tuliB,. and. apparatus; Plains, Bills, and
Coopers Tools. Terms made known on the day of
sale. ROSANA STEWART, Adrnr’x.
W ILL bo sold at the Court House in Jackson
county, on the first Tuesday in Muy next, a
Negro woman named Ilane, belonging to the estate of
William Shaw, deceased. Sold for tho benefit of the
creditors and legatees of said estate. Terms made
known on tho dav of sale
SUSANNAH SHAW, Exr’x.
A GREEABLY to an order of the honorable the In
ferior Court of Hall county, when silting as u
Court of Ordinary, will be sold at tho Court-House in
Hall county, on the first Tuesday in June next, aix
likely negroes, to wit: Rose, a negro woman; Isbma-
el, a negro man; Austin, a boy, 17 or IS years old ;
Leah a girl, fifteen or sixteen years old, Betty a
:irl, 5 years old, and Mahals a girl, 3 years old,
iclonging to the estate of Elizabeth Guthrie, dec’d.
Sold for the benefit of tho heirs and creditors.
LEROY GUTHRIE, Adm’r,
F OUR months after date application will l.c made
to the honorable the Inferior Court of Mail's.>n
county, when aitting for ordinary purposes, furlcnvolo
sell the Real Estate of Seaborn Smith, orphan of 1’cter
Smith, late of said county, deceased.
JAMES B. BOND, Guardian.
A Fortune, if you want one!
I N Gwinnett county, Georgia, the subscriber has for
sale a valuable Landed F.stute, with cxeel'ent im
provements upon it, two framed Dwelling Houses, one
commodious enough for u largo iamily—its situ is upon
a beautiful eminence, overlooking two cplcodid newly
built Mills, both in .good order; tho Grist Mill lias,
when attended, a full support. The plantation Inis
various cabins upon it, a good still house, und a very
superior spring, which runs at thehnseof the hill from
a flint rock mixed with granite, it is pure, and is recei
ved into a beautiful rock basin, formed by nature.—
Tho mill pond ubounds with the best kind offish. The
Mills arc upon Ivy Creek, which is a lively stream,
furn'shing water at all seasons lo keep the mills in
operation. Some Gold has been found upon one ofthe
lots—Iron oro in abundance, and a place to put tlie
Factory. About ono quarter of a mile below the mills
is a splendid Shoal, where an extensive Iron Factury
can be established, and judges who have examined
tho mines upon the premises, pronounce them rich and
inexhaustible. Fcreons wanting such property will do
well to visit the premises, and jndga for themselves,
and then call and ace the subscriber. They are best
known as Bogan’s Mills, about 7 miles from Lawrence-
villg. Terms liberal.
W. P. McKEEN, Tolbotton, Geo.
O N Thursday the 10th of May n<xt,wi!l be sold at
the residence of John Clarkson, laleol Franklin
county, deceased,'he following property to wit: one
Ox Ctrl, and Yoke of Steers, Horses, Cattle, Hogs,
Sheep; s quantity of Seed Cotton, Corn, Bacon. Also,
Plantation Tonis, Smith’s Tools, Household and Kitch
en Furniture, with other article! too tedious to men
tion. Sold as the property of the deceased. The sale
to continue from day to day until all ii sold. Terms
made known on the day.
JAMES HARGROVE, Exc’r.
VKTILL be sold on the first Tuesday in June neat,
TY at the Court bouse in the townoi Monroe,
Walton county, agreeably to an older ofthe Honorable
the Inferior Conrt, of said county, when sitting for or
dinary purposes, all the Real Estate of Grant Taylor,
deceased, situated in Walton oounty: consistingof two
parcels of Land, lying on the waters of the Appalkchie
river, one piece containing Four Hundred and Fifty
Acrea, more or less, adjotniog lands of Timothy C.
Wood, Gideon Headrick, and others, the other piece,
of One Hundred and Thirty and a half Acres, adjoining
Archibald Tanner, ^Vm. Tliannofid, and others. Sold
for the benefit of the creditors of said Estate.
RICHARD IK.'rLF.lt, Adm’r.
The New Line of Stages
MACON TO SA VANN All,
BY MARION AND DUBLIN,
W ILL run THREE TIMES a week—leaving
Macon and Savannah on Mondaya, Wednes
days and Fridays, at three o’clock in the morning—and
nrtiving at Macon and Savannah on Tuesdays, Thurs
days and Saturdays, at eight o’clock in the evening.—
Kates as usual. G. I.ONGSTKF.ET.
|CJ»Persona wishing seats will apply at the Wash
ington Hall, Macon.
Feb. 21.—8— inlm.
T HE Citizens of Clark county, are respectfully no
tified that an election will take ttlaco in Watkins,
ville on the 2d day of May next, for four Delegates lo
represent Clark county in a Convention lo be held in
Mtlledgeville on the first Monday in June next, or some
other proper time, to reduce the number of Senators
and Reprcoentative in t)ie Legislature of Georgia, in
compliance with thu recommendation of the Grand Jury
at the lest term of Clark Superior Court.
The undersigned request the editors of the Southern
Banner, Recorder ana. Journal, to give the above a
woekly insertion until tho day of Election.
Charles Dougherty, J. M. Burton,
Edward Paine, Joseph Logon,
William Humphreys, Richard Hughs,
L. R. Brewer,
I. S. Vincent,
J. G. Moore,
T HE Trustees have engaged an able and experi
enced teacher, Mr. BROWN, to lake charge of
this Institution; and it is flow in successful operation.
Tho mode of teaching is upon tho now and most ap
proved plan. It is interesting to the pupil; for while
ho is thoroughly taught, he is made to reason and re
flect for himself, and to leel at every step that his im
provement and his success in life, dopenda upon his
The course of studies is intended to give youths of
both sexes u familiar knowledge of all the branches of
education, and to prepate young men for College; and
at tho same time give them a taste for learning and
study. As lunching school is an important profession,
one class rcccivhsa particular course of instruction for
that purpose. The manners, morals, company, and
habits ofthe plipils, will receive strict attention.
Pupils may have heard under tlie parpntal care nf
respectable families for (1 25 to 81 75 cents, per week.
Tuition from 10, to $24 pet annum. Languages, Rhe
toric, Chemistry, Mathematics, &c. f24. The village
is naturally pleasant; the seat uf health,much resorted
to by rcspectablo strangers visiting the Mountains,
Falls, Gold Region and Nation. The Trustees can re
commend the learning, industry, and devotion of the
principal, to tho full confidence of parents who wish to
give their sons and daughters a sound education on
reasonablo terms. Able assistants aro engaged. Let.
ters addressed to the principal.
Ctarkesville, Jan. 31.—5—m4m.
Spring & Summer Goods.
SCHOONMAKER fit WHITING,
H AVE just received from Now-York a fresh supply
of GOODS, adapted lo the present season, to
which they iuvitu the attention of the public.
—Among them are—
Stuck, Blue, Brown, Olive, Mulberry, Invisible inu
Olive Greene, Plum and other Fancy Colon,
Superfine and Common Qualities;
With a good assoptment of
CASSIMERIJS AND VESTINGS.
Slimmer Cloths and Cassimeres,
Black,Olive and Green SUMMER C\MI.ET8,
Black, Brown and Green-BOMBAZINES,
Princcttas, Urnchellas, Chocked, White and Brown
French Drillings—Grass Cloths, German
Linens, and Yellow Nankins,
Hosiery, Gloves, Stocks, Suspenders,
Linen Collars and Bbsoms, Silk Cravats and Hdkft.
Fancy and White Cravaling.
With a Large Supply of Fashionable
White and*Black Beaver HATS.
Also, a Good Ats&rfmint of
Beers' BOOTS and SHOES;
All of.which they offer on reasonable term..
S. & W. thankful for pait favor*, solicit a continu
ance of public patronage.
tr3=*They have just received tho latcot London aud’
Alhcus, April 10.—4—2m.
Thomas J. Moscly,
B. B. Moore,
Nathan C. Burnett.
A LL those hiving demands against the Estate of
John Clarkson, late of Franklin county, decease
td, are required lo render fn their accounts accor
ding to law; and all those indebted to the Estate of
the decfwcd, arc required to come forwaid and sett!*
off thair accounts immediately.
JAMES HARGROVE, ExV.
To purchase Valuable Lands ,
On a credit of disc and Two Years I
A GREEABLY to an order of the Honorable the In
fertor Court of Clark county, when sitting for ordi
nary purposes, will be sold on the first Taetday in June
next, before the Court House door in the town uf M.uh-
roe, Walton county, the following tracts of Laud, us
tho property of Allen Bonner, lalo of Clark county de
Lot No. 33—Third district Walton cotmly, on Besver-
dsm creek, well improved, now containing one
hundred snd fifty-six acres, bavins been reduce d
by the setting off of the widow's uower; joining
Liudlcy and others.
Lot No. 170—Third district Walton county, joining
Adams and others. ‘
Lot No. 341—'Third district Walton county, on the wit
ters of thu Apalalchie river, joining Shepheul,
Treadwell and others—two hundred acies.
fraction No. 255—Tliird district Wslton Apslelchie
river, joining Low and Treadwell—eighty-four
Fraction No. 256—Third district Walton Aptlateltfo
river, juiuing Sheplferd—one hundred uud forty-
aix acres! ,
Fraction No. 258—Third district Wslton ApaUtcIne
rivar, joining Griffith—ten and three quarter
Also—90 seres more or less, well improAx), lying on
Marbury’s creek, originally Jackson, now Wal
ton countyi sold lor the benefit of tho heirs uf
ISAAC 8. VINCENT.
Attorney inf tel for thdAJmuRnlsr.*.
For Sale or Relit,
A Comfortable IFonso with Four Acres of Land «■-
Itched to it, in lbs town of AlhenA Alto, ■»
Store house on the main street, next doer to J. ( 7.
Cunningham, & .Co. Possession gi|ren iinmc<fot<£ -
Terms will be made known on application to the sub
scriber. J&HN WSB1T ,