J ACKSON Sheriff 1 * Sale.—On (lie fir*
Tuesday in SF.P1 EMBER next,will bn sn!d, at th<
Court-house in the town of Jefferson, Jackson county,
within tho usual hours of mIo, the following property,
to wit :
Sixty-three Acres of Land, more nr Ices,
adjoining Bennett: Ictried on as tho property of Jiles
Hudson, to satisfy three ft. fas. issued from a Justices
Court in faror of Charles Marten, ss. said lliidron.
Lory made and returned to me by a Constable.
All the Interest that Elijah llogson has n«
a Legatee in One Hundred Acres of F.und, more or
teas, adjoining Smith. leried on to amisfv a !i. fa. is-
Hied from a Justices Court in favor of John Borders,
vs. said ftosson. Levy made and tclurnvd to me by a
POSTPONED SALE—One Hundred mid
ami Sixty-one Acres of Land, more or lesa, adjoining
Denton. levied on aa the prnpeil v of Itaniol Baugh, to
satisfy a fi. fa. issued from Madison Superior Court in
favor of John Borders, vs, said Baugh.
BARNABAS BARRON, Sh’ff.
J ACKSON Sheriff’s Sale.—On the first
"Tuesday in SEPTEMBER next,will hr sold at the
Cniir'-hnuae in the town ol Jefferson, Jaeksun county,
within tite usual houra of sale, the following properly,
GEORGIA, MADISON rOUNTY.
I'nftrior Court, Silling for Ordinary Putrpo-
get, May Term. 1832.
Present their Honors, James Long, James .Iwlertm,
•VccA IF. Pittman, John .hleroney, and Ho-
brrt Grores, Justices.
W HEREAS llcnrv Minefield, administrator dc
bonis non of Brinkly llotiae, deceased, have
petitioned live court, for leiiers of dismission. VA'hero-
upon it is ordered,that a ropy of this Rid" he pithlialied
nnre a mnoth, for eix months in one of the public Oa-
xells of Itja Stale, that all parlies confirmed may have
dno nr,tier, end file their exceptions (if any they have)
to the i.ming of said lellere dismisaory.
A true extract from the minutra of raid court, this
8th flay of May 1833.
WILLIAM SANDERS, e. c. o.
GEORGIA, JACKSON COUNTY.
In the Superior Court, Feh. Term, 1832.
GEORGIA, HABERSHAM COUNTY.
W HEREAS Joseph P. O. White applies to me for
letters of Administration on the Estate of
Hiempsial Vaugham, late of aaid county, deceased :
These are therefore to cite, summon, and admonish
the kindred and creditors of said deceased, to be and
appear at my office within the lime prescribed by law,
to shew cause, if any they have, why eaid letter* should
not he granted.
Given under ny hand, this 9th July, 1832.
JOHN II. JONES, D. c. c. o.
Dill for Dlicovery,
DUlrihtriwn of E stale.
t T appearing to the court from tho retire of tb
Sheriff, in tho above case, that two of i!*o defen*
GEORGIA, CLARK COUNTY.
W HEREAS Mary W. Cheatham ami George M.
Archer, applies to ine for f.eiiera of Adminif*
traiion on the Estate of Anthony It. Cheatham, late of
said county, deceased.
These are therefore to cite and admonish all and sin.
g ular, the kindred and creditors of said deceased, to
« and appear at my office within the time prescribed
by law, to shew cause, if any they have, why said let
ters should not he granted.
Given under my hand this 7th Juvl, 1832.
JOSEPH LIGON, c. c. o.
.» tungi Tt.;.iu A ; A t.i A„„gvo g.r of said bill, be perfected on the said Wi
. ? .hi. Rut.
),*nd, more nr less, adjoining McDaniel, granted to
Dickius* levied on as the property of James U ilhorn
#<» »q(M^a fi. fa. in favor o| Horatio Hrbb, for the use
nfjnmra Hemphill, vs. said Witbom. Property pointed
out by John Boyle.
One Traci of Land, containing Three Hun
dred Acici, more or levs, and the cro;i on it. adjoining
Few mid others, to tatisly a fi. fa. in favor of John
Boyh, vs. Wiley Ross. Property pointed nut by said
Boyh*. JOHN RANDOLPH, D. SlifiT.
dants, William Wallace mid Nicholas Wallace, reside
out of the county ; it is therefore ordered, that service
of said bill, be perfected on the said Williom and Nidi-
" once a month
GEORGIA, JACKSON COUNTY.
W HEREAS Marvel Millsaps applies to me for
Letters of administration on the Estate of Ja
cob Millsaps, latoof said county, deceased :
These are therefore to cite and admonish all arid sin
gular tho kindred und creditors of saiJ deviated, lobe
and appear at my office within the lime prescribed by
ALL Sheriff's Snle.—On (ho first Tues
day in SEPTEMBER next, will bo anld at the
Conrt-houae in the town of Gainesville, llal\ county,
within the usual houra of sale, the following property,
Two Hundred and Fifty Acres of Land,
more nr less, whereon Plraiant Hulsey now lives: In.
vied nn ax his property, to rati.fy tun ft. fas. one in
faror of Patrick J. Murray, and the other in favor of
the officers of the Court, vs. aaitl Hulsey.
Two Hundred and Fifty Acres of Lnnd,
morn nr lot, whereon William H. Banks now lives,
•djnrimg AVelche) and others. levied on aa the proper
ty of Am. H. Banks, to sati.fy a ft. fa. in favor of I’a-
trick J. Murray, va. aaid Banka.
One House nnd Lnl in the Town nfGniiips-
ville, known and ilixtingubhril in the plan nf raid town
by Lot No. 10, it being the Lot whereon Win. N.
Bualiep now lives: levied on na his properly In anliafy
s fi. la. in favor of M. P. Earl &Cn. vs. raid Bushrp.
A. CHASTAIN, Sh’ff.
H ALL Shoriff’* Snlu.— On I ho first Tues
day in SEPTEMBER next, will ha ...Id, at tlx
Court lions# ill the town of Gainesville, Hall county,
within the usual houra of sale, the following property,
Four Hundred Acres of Lnnd, mnro or
less, lying nn lha waters of the Oconee rivrr, adjoining
Marks and others: levied on aa the property of lohn
Rail' v to satisfy a fi. fa. iaaur.d from Jackson Superior
Cn‘.ri,at the innianeenf Itebccrn Warren Adams and
Ralph Bailey, Admr. nf Abraham Warren, deceased,
va. lobn llailey and James Bailey. Land pointed out
by tiro plaintiffs.
One Hundred Acres of Lnnd, mnro or loss,
idj long Cab'e Slid others, on tlm waters of the Wal
nut f’.rk of the lleonee litter: lotted on ns the proper
ly if Henry York In satisfy sundry fi. fas. issued front
a Justices court, one nl tbs instance of Win M. It' ll
and others, vs. said A’ork. Levy made ami returned to
me hv a bailiff.
for three months, in one nf the public Gazettes of this j law, to shew cause if any they have why s.aid letters
should not he gnnturl.
Given under tuy hand at my office, tl.is 24th day ol
July, 1832. WILLIAM COWAN, c. c. o.
July 27—18- JOd.
A true copy Irom tho minutes, Mnreh 3dth, 1832.
SYLVANDS RIPLEY, Clerk.
GEORGIA, GWINNETT COUNTY.
To itilliam Gilbert and Mitchell Pool.
T AKE notion that f thnll apply to fIto Superior j A GREEA15LY to an ordcrof the Honorable the In-
Court, to be held in and for twirl coiintv, on the J foliar court of the county of Itabim, when sitting
* vriwir*, io op iiciu in ann mr earn eoiiniv, on imp , A-.um. hihw uiuriui mu gumih; «« imumi, «>•»
second Monday in September next, to appoint fit and I for ordinary purposes, will bo sold on the first Tuci
proper persons, in conformity to tho statute in such m Oetuber next, at the Couit house in said county,
' ’ _ . ’ j « • % . .• xn i • . ft-.il : . - n ftai..« A
f |n.iruii.-, Ill iiiiiiiiiiiih y III IIIII Piaiiin: in ptit-tl
cases made and provided, to Inv of) an l os»ign to im\
my defer in the Real Estate of William Gilbert, lata of
said county, deceased.
GEORGIA, MADISON COUNTY.
Inferior Court, nittinpr for Ordinary Purpo-
$e$ t July Term, 1832.
Present their Honors James Long. James Anderson,
Noah IV. Pittman, lolin Mcroncy, and Ro
W HEREAS Henry llartsfield, Guardian of the
Prison and Estate of Willis House, a legatee
of Brinkley House, deceased, has applied to the Court
aforesaid, for lettrrs of dismission.
Ordorcd, that ufier forty days publication of this
Rule in one of tlm public. Gazettes of this State, the
said Guardian will lie dismissed, unless cause he shewn
to the contrary, of which all concerned, are hereby
Extrurt from the minutra of said court, this 5lh d.iv
of July, 1932. WILLIAM SANDERS, c.c. o.
July 20 — lS—40d.
following property,to wit: consisting of three parcels of
Land lying on the waters of .Chattooga river; ono piece
or pat t of Lot, No. 11, in the 3d district of Rabun, con
taining ftf) Acres more less, also part of Lot, No 19, ad
joining the same, containing 230 Acres more or less,
and part of Lot, No. 7, adjoining the same, containing
50 Acres more or Ices. On the same day, at the Court
house in llcurd county, will be sold one Lot of Land,
No. 212, in the 3d district, originally Coweta now
Heard county. On the same day, at the Court house
in Marion comity, will he sold one Lot of Land. No.
36, in the lat district originally Muscogee now Marion
county. AH sold as the Real Estate of James .Strother
late of Rabun county deceased. Sold for the benefit of
his heirs nnd creditors. Terms made ktiuwn on the
day of sale. JAMES IL HENSON, ) ...
A. MILLER, } Admr a.
GEORGIA, CLARK COUNTY.
W HEREAS Charles Strong, senior, executor 011
the estate of William Strong, senior, late of
Clark comity,deceased, opnlicc to me for letters ofdis
mission from the further administration of laid estate:
These aro therefore to cito and admonish all and sin
gular tho kindred and creditors nf said deceased, to be
nnd appeor at my office within tbo time prescribed by
law, In shear cause, if any they have, why said let
leva should nut be granted.
Given under my baud this Sill nf March, 1832.
JOSEPH LIGON, c. c. o.
GEORGI \, JACKSON COUNTY.
W I I ERE AS William Knox, arluti itlralor de bonis
Hanoi William Patron,deceaai’tl, appliesto me
for letters of dismission fniiiitlic further iidimiiisltaliiiu
Two Hundred Acres of Lnnd, mnro nr less, j nn “M estate t
lying on tbs w aters of the Walnut Fork of llm Oroiicc ! These.re thnrefore locilo nnd admonish, all nnd sin-
river, adjoining Cammcl and others: levird no ns the [ color Ilia kindred and crcdilnis of said ilen eased, to bo
property of Samuel I’, lioas to satisfy a fi. la. issued i and appear it my olliec, within the time prv’Scribed by
from a Justices Court at tho instance of John B. Guru- law, to allow- cause, if any they have, <vliy said Letters
should lint lie granted.
Given under my liiml this Silt dav of Mnrci'i, 1839.
william Cowan, t . c.u.
s<m, va. Samuel P. Uoaa. Levy matte and relumed to
me by a bailiff.
Two Hundred. Arte* of Land, more or less,
awp’Wwwg MeKensey nnd oilwra. on tbo Mulberry fork
ntllie Oconeeliver, granted to John Owlns: levied on I fjpoUfJI A Cl All If rOf77\TY
a. .be property of llardyman Holm., and Edmond' W .. UU1 \ tI
It,dins, to satisfy aondtv ti. (a*, issued Item a Justices VXrHEBE\8 Ihmn.is Moore and Jatnoa Hampton,
Executors of Willinm Malone, aen. nocrased,
applies to iiio for letters of Dismission from the further
administration nn said Estate :
These arc therefore to rito anil admonish all nnd sin-
gularlhe kindred and creditors nf said deceased, tube
| ami appear nt nty office within tho lintu proncrihed by
law to show cause if any they have,- v hv said letters
W ILL be sold nn the first Friday in September
next, at the late residence of James Blanks, in
Gwinnett comity, all the Personal Property of suid
James Blanks, deceased, consisting of Horses, stock
of Cattle, Hops, ll'iiisclinld and Kitchen Furniture,
Plantation Tools. Terms made known on the day of
sale. JAMES l.UUUlIKIDGE, Adm’r.
4 GREEAB1.Y to no order v.f the Honorable the In
fcriurCnnrt ol Jackson county, when sitting for
ordinary purposes, will be sold in the town of Jefferson,
Jackson county, on I'm first Tuesday in October next,
tho following properly, to wit: 123 Acres of Land,
more or less, belonging to the Estate of John Thornton
lute of aaid county, deceased. Sold for the benefit of
the heirs of aaid deceased. Terms movie known on the
day of sale. JACOB KIDLINU, Guardian. '
Julv 27-19- Ids.
()l;It months ufier date application will be made
to the Honorable Hie Inferior Court of Jaehnvm
county, wnile Billing for ordinary purposes, for Icavutrr
sell all 'he Real Estate of Patrick Cash, of said county
deceased. SA 'IIEI. BARNET,
Mninlslrators with the will annexed.
F OUR months after date application will he made
to tho Honorable the Interior court of Franklin
countv, when sitting for ordinary purposes, for leave to
sell all the Ileal Estate belonging to the Estate of John
JAMES IIARGROVE, Executor.
r vurt at tha instance of William Alexander, vs. said
Holms. Lew made and returned to me by a bailiff'.
JACOB EBERUAUT, D. Sh’ff.
GEORGIA, HAIJEUsTiAM COUNTY.
Superior Court, Jtpril Term, 1832.
Thompson Collins, 1
Elijah II. Reid. ) For Foreclosure.
James P. Heath, *
Michael Brown. J
T HE petition of Thompson Collins sliewrth, that
Elijah II. Ileiil, James P. Death, and Mtehael
ihonld not bo granted. Givuii under mv band this 2Ut
JOSEPH LIGON, c. c. o.
Cliff ft months nftcr dnto application will be made
.2- to tbo llnnorablo the Inferior court of Clark
countV. trkedWUina fy- fToiiUfy purposes, for leave to
scii a Yi»c: of Land, lying in formerly Troup now Me
riwether county, belonging iu the Ealaio of Richard
Meriwether, lain of Dallas county, Alabama, decea
sed. Sold for llm benefit of I he creditors nf aaid decea
sed. JOSEPH LIGON, Adm’r.
Planters' Hotel, Dr - K i c J“E*
M. ATHEWS offers hi. , Pr ;
k vices to the citizens and its vicinity „
and he hopes that the opportunities
he hss enjoyed for improvement and
experience, will enable him to fulfil the confidence
that may be placed in him to satisfaction. He may be
found either at bis father’s or Ida office, formerly oc-
on ivia.f ku llvn Vnf/s Eti'oro ffnlf F It ft 111 fits. IVrval — a
SHE PLANTERS' tlOTEL in this place, is yet
kept by the subscriber. Promises and pled- munaeunoraa m. ...ner.or .™«u, ,orraeriyno.
ges are the common m.ler of tho day in such cases, but j b > ,ho la,c C, ‘ :e,0 Ho "' E “l' m ,he " P«*
ah hwretnfore lie refrains from either; yet he hopes to ol 1110 lown *
he able to (jive as general satisfaction as any other
man so !iif>h up the country. ' Gainesville is a pteasonl
^'illugc, and is perhaps one of the healthiest places in
the State—in the immediate vicinity of the Gold Re
gion, wifii t vo lime-stone springs near it, one is 1$,
and the other 3 miles distant, with a pood road to each.
A Stape has commenced running from Augusta to this
place twice a week.
’CP The Editors of the Georpia Journal. Aupusta
Constitutionalist, Abbeville Whip, will give the above
three insertions, and forward their accounts to the sub
scriber for payment. L. C.
Gainesville, .lime 19—14—if.
R ESPECTFULLY tender his thtr.ks to his friends
r and. to the public generally, lor llie patronage lie
has received since h? opened his house at this place.—
He is now adding to bit building, which will enable
him to accommodate his visiters with comfort to them
and satisfaction to himself. His house is situated on
the West Bank of the Hightower River, (known on tbc
map of the Cherokee country as Sally Hughe’s place,)
on the mane roed from Milledgcvillc to Tennessee and
N. Alabama, and in the richest part of Cherokee coun
ty ; in the vicinity are good mineral and limestone wa
ter, and tho Gold mince.
T ill', subscriber thankful for past favours, takes
this method to inform his customers and the pub
lic in general, that ho Iiuh enlarged his establishment,
where lie intends carrying on the above named busi
ness on a more extensive ( calc than formally; having
provided himself with good materials und experienced
Northern workmen, ho Halters himself that lie will he
able to have made to general salitfiiution, all kinds of
riding and pleasure carriages, alio jersey and dcarlmii
wagons; repairing dune at the shortest notice. Har
ness made and repaired. Sign painting as usual. All
orders front a distance attended to with puncloalilv und
despatch. JOHN REYNOLDS.
tCT*Two or three apprentices between the ages of
fourteen and sixteen, would be taken at the above cs
tabhsbmenl. J. 11.
Athena, May 99—11—wSm.
GEORGIA, JACKSON COUNTY.
W HEREAS William Knox, administratorofSum.
net Y. I’ntlon, decerned, applies to me for
lettrrs of Dismission from tlm further uvlininistralion of
These are therefore lo cite and admonish all and sin
gular the kindred nml creditors of said deceased, L» be
Brown, heretofore, to wit: onthr tltli of February eigli-, and nppcnr at my office within the time prescribed by
tern bundled and thirty-one, made, executed, and do.7 law, to show cause ifauy they have, why said letters
livored to your petiliuner their cnlired'txl of mortgage, I should not begranled. * '
e.-mvejmg thereby In your petitioner, all thole two Given under mj baud this 9th May, 1833. ■
tracts ofland, situate, lying and being in tlm fourth j WILLIAM COWAN, c. c. o.
District of aaid county, and known sod distinguished in Mny 22- 10—mCm.
the plan of the same, as Lots No, 27, and 28, in tlm 1
F OUR months after date, application will be made
to the Honnrablo tbo Inferior court of Madison
county, when silling for ordinary purposes, for lenve
to sell a part of llm Heal Estate; also a part of the
Slaves belonging to tlm Estate of Allen Daniel, Lunitic,
Lot nf Land, Ntr. 199, in tho 22d district, formerly
Miiscogoc ; and Lot of Land, No. 203, in tlm 30th dis
trict formerly Lee. JAMES DANIEL, Guard.
A THE NS
rjIHE Trustees of the Grammar School in Allmns,do
S now announce to the public, that tlm institution
it in euceessful operation, under the management of
Mr. William II. Hunt; a graduate of Franklin College,
und an instructor of some experience. From the trial
made under tlm present provision, from personal in
spection hy visiting committees of tlm board, and an
attendance upon a quarterly examination, the Trusted
can and do with confidence recommend tlm institution
to the public, as a preparatory school F>r youth desirous
to enter tho College: And persons visiting Athens for
a summer rceidenco, and all others, aro assured that
pupils will be well prepared for College, in pursuance
of the course recommended by tlm Faculty of the Co!-
Ample provision will be made for accommodating
Ike increasing numbers of the school,
_ . JOHN A. COBB, Chairman.
E. L. NEWTON; Srercury.
R. D. MOORE, M. D.
AIAK KINDRED ACRES OF
LAND FOR SALE.
1 A1IE subscriber wishing to move to Florida, offers
. for sale his Tract of Land lying in Jackson coun
ty, three niilca Irani Jefferson, oh the road to Alliens-
on this tract there arc 250 Acres enclosed end nearly all
cleared ; the land is of good quality and all fresh, it is
now tlm best place lor making grain in this section • it
is believed that the farm with good seasons will pro
duce from six to eight hundred barrels of corn; u itliout
doubt this is the best stand lor entertainment in the
country, us it ii where three public roads meet, to wit:
From Tennessee to tho Gold Mines, from Athens andT
Millcdgrville, and Macon. This settlement is very
healthy, thefarni end every part of llm land abounding
in springs of cxcclfont water; Ibis place would suit
any person who wished to raise stock ond grain.—
Time can be given to (he purchaser in part; being anx
ious to move I will sell very cheap or exchange fox
land low down in the Creek purchase as'parl pay. A
letter from any part of tho state on the abovo subject
will be answered, directed to-nte at Jcffcraun, Jackson
county, Geo. A good Slock of Hogs, Sheep, Goats
and Cattle, with the present crop on hand will bn soid.
T HE subscriber offers for sale on very accommoda.
ling terms, a valuable
TRACT OF LAM'D,
Lying on (he Grove River, Franklin chunty, containing
8l'0 Acres; two hundred of which arc in a high state of
cultivation. Largo and commodious buildings, well
finished off, consislingof a superb ducllinz house, goad
barns, stables, &c. Sic. Any poison desiring lo pur.
chase arc requested to coine and judge for themselves.
Possession will be given first January next.
GARRETT L. SANDIDGE.
rGP The Washington News will givo the above
two inscilions, and forward their account lu the sub-
senber at Bushville, Georgia. G. L. S.
STRAYED from thu plantation of the subscriber,
^ Rome time since, near Crawfoidville in Taliaferrc
Four Young Horse Mules;
Two of which have tho appearance of not having been
altered. Any information respecting them, sthliessed
to the Post Master at Ctuwfordviile, Ga. will be thank*
fully received. A. G. JANES.
F OR SALE, the Plantation whereon the subscri
ber now lives, near the Town of Alliens, cuntisx
ting ol about
ACRES, with a large two story Dwelling House, aqd
other suitable out buildings. Tho wlude or u part lift
tbo plantation will be disposed of witl>_ihe buildings
to suit purchasers; the situation is healthy ami suffi
ciently near (within a iqiic) tho College lor all tlm
advantages of the schools. I would rtarticularly invito
parents who wish to eduentc their children under their
own immediate guardianship, to cull and sec the premi
ses. JOHN NISBET, Jun.
(TT NOTICE. JO)
I Hereby forworn ull persons from trading for Iwo
notes nf hand given hy me to George W. Hopkins,
for $40 each, one duo tlm 25th December, 1631 tbo
other dim the 25th December, 1832; bath dated 8t!i
April, 1831 ; as I have foiled to receive llm considera
tion for winch I was to hove bad for said notes, I am
determined not lo pay them.
These are therefore lo cite and admonish all and sis
gular the kindred and creditors of said deceased, to I
and appeir at mv office within the time prescribed L
law, to shew cause, if uny they have, wiry suid iuttii
should nut begranled.
Given under my band thi i 21st day of Jan. 1832.
JOSEPH LIGON, c. c. o.
fourth District, containing lour hundred, eighty-seven GEORGIA, CLARK COUNTY,
and one half Acres, mure or levs, which Lots of Land ( — WT , . r,
wnr*- 'ivHtpRgfld to your petitioner f.»r iln* better pecur* rw llr.lii.A8 Unoltlrra Surrd , administrator np
inp the payment of t certain promissory note, made by j » ▼ . ” IC <*Utc of Lewi* Burnett, dccensed, applies
tlm Mia Elijah H. Hied lo your petitioner for ll.e sum * *° 1,10 ™ mtlera ol dismission from the further admit
of taro thousand dollars, payablo on the lirat of July, tetl.Uon of aaid estate:
eighteen hundred and thirty-nne, and dated the ninth
of September, eighteen hundred and 'thirty, and now
hareahevroloth. Court; and your petitioner Anther
rheweth, that there is now due nn said note, the whole
of the principal andinlerest, and therefore prays that
unless th. aaid Elijah II. Ricd, James P. Heath and
Michael Brown, do pay into tha Clerks Office of this
Court, the amount of the principal and interest now
due, or wfaieVmay become due on t^d note and mort
gage, together with all eoat which hath or may accrue
herein, within era months from the date hereof, that the
equity of redemption in audio the Mid mortgaged pre.
unset be henceforth and forever barred and foreclosed.
Whereupon, on motion of Samuel A. Wales, attorney
tbr petitioners, it it ordered by tb. Court, that unices
the amount of principal, interest and coat, now duo or
- to bec-vne due on aaid note and mortgage, bo paid into
tba Clarks Office of this Court within the lime a forty.
said, that lha tqniiy of redemption in, and lo said
mortgaged promisee, be thenceforth and forever bar*
. fed and foreclosed. And it it further ordered, that a
copy of this rule be puMiihtd one. a month for six
months in aotne onaorthepuhlieG.xatiesof thi.State,
or be pertonally aerved nn tha Mid Fl.jah II. ItioJ,
James P. Heath, and Michael Brown, throe months be.
fore tht expiration of this rule.
A true extract from the minutes 18th April 183$
April 2t>—6—m6a, * 1 * CAR ™* ^ '
GEORGIA, HABERSHAM COUNTY.
' ■aarilF.RF.AS Turner II. Trippo applies to me fpr
V.'!f , . < ‘ r ' of Administration on the Estate of
William t\ tiherspoon, late of aaid count), deceased!
And whereat John M. Bowman appliea to me fur
Letter* of Administration on the Estate of Joaeab
Murdock, late of aaid county, deccaaed: p
These are therefore to cite and admonish all and aia-
gular the kindred and creditors of aaid deceased, to be
and appMr at my office within the time prescribed by
law, to shew eauae, if any they bare, why said letter,
should not be granted.
Given under my hand, tbia 6th July, 1833.
JONATHAN D. CHASTAIN, c. c. o.
Rook and Job Printing neatly and accurate,
ly executed ct this office.
F OUR months after date application will be made
to the llunorablo thu Infcri
- In the Honorable tin- Inferior court of Jackson
county, for leovo In sell a Tract of Lnnd, No. 2J4 first
district of Oowela county, belonging to Robert Wii-
ABRAHAM WILLIAMS, Guardian.
T HE Subscribers respectfully lender their services,
to their friends and tbe public in lha lineoftheir
Profession; Persons in Augusta, holding claims against
individuals in the Counties of Clark, Walton, Jarkson,
Gwinnett, Hal!, Oglethorpe, Morgan, Habersham and
Franklin, which they desire to liavo collected, will en
sure every attention to them, by placing them in tbo
hands of Andrew J. Miller.
ANDREW J. MILLER,
F OUR months slier date application will be made
to the honorable the Inferior Court ofOgiethorpo
county, when Bitting fur ordinary purposes, for leave to
sell the Negroes lie-longing to the estate of Cynthia
Ann Rugan, dec’d. fur the purpose of a division.
ABRAIIAM B..KAGAN, Adm’r.
F OUR months after dato application will be made
to the honorahle the Inferior court ofCIark coun
ty, when silting for ordinary purposes, for leave to sell
a Lot of Land, No. 51, in the 13th District of Monroe
county, containing Two Hundred two and a half acrea,
belonging to the Orphans of llenry Durham, deceased.
Sold for the benefit of aaid Orphans.
LINDSEY DUKHAN, Guardian.
F OUR months after dale application will be made
to the Honorable the Inferior court of Madison
county, when sitting for ordinary purposes, for leave
to sell part of the Real Estate of Allen Daniel, luualic
ot aaid county, to wit: one Tract of Land in Mid coun
ty, containing l Si Acres, more or Ice*, adjoining Rus
sel J. Daniel, William Morton and others; one Tract
of Land No. 199, in lha 22d district of Muscogee, Lot
No. 203, in 30th district formerly Leey one Lot of Land
No. 114, iu the 28th district Eany.
Also at the matt time and place, application will be
made for leave lo sell part of thu Slave* belonging to
Mid Allen Daniel, Lunatic av afore aaid.
JAMES DANIEL, Guatdian.
No Combination, Free Trade,
EARTHEN WARE, GLASS,
CHINA & LOOKING GLASS,
THOMAS S. J. BARROW, & Co.
Importers and Wholesale Dealers, .Vo. 88,
Water Street, M'eic York, offer for sale,
A vary large und General Assortment of
Glass, China, and Looking Glasses,
S ELECTED with tbe greatest care, and comprising
every varietyof pink, purple, brawn, black, blue
edged, and C. C. Ware, also, orcry style of plain and
gilt Looking Glasses, China and Glass Ware, which
will bedisposed of aa usual at free and unshackled pri
ce*, luw for Cash or city acceptances. The attention
of Merchants generally ii invited to our Establish
ment and plan of business, os calculated to bonelit the
interest of all dealing in tho line. Particular attention
will be paid to all orders by letter from our Southern friends
pledging ourselves to pay more thin usual attention to
their communication* by giving them the newest style
of Good* and putting them down to the very lowest cash
price. T. J.'BARROW, fc Co.
- Mb. S3, Water Street, Mv York.
T HE subscriber having reW Uv K.ccivcd » £[«!*.•
Consisting of Dry Goods, Groceries, Hard-wares, &c.—
offers them for sale on very reasonable terms at bits
•tore opposite Mr. Byrd’s Hotel.
He returnshis thanks to his former aiid present cos*
tomers, and hopes that the low prices of his goods, will
secure a continuance of their patronage.
JAMES C. EDWARDS.
W ANTED immediately a good Currier. Con-
slant employment and liberal woges will be
given to a man of steady habits and good mural charac
ter. This Village is not excelled by any in the State in
point of health. JAMES C. ANDERSON.
SCP Tho Editors of the Recorder will please give the
above tour insertions, and forward tho account to me
for payment. J, C. A.
Ssluin, July C—IS— 4t.
The Southern Banner*
IS ri’OLISUCD IN TUB TOWN OF ATHENS,
GEORGIA, EVERY FRIDAY,
BIT ALBON CHASE.
Tanas.—'Three dollars per year, payable in advance,
or Four dollars if dulayed to the end oftho year. Tho
teller amount will be rigidly exacted of all who fail to
meet their payments in advance.
No subscription received for leas than one year, un
less tho money is paid in advance; and no paper will
bo discontinued uluil all arrearages are paid, except at
the oprion oftho publisher. A failure on the part of
Aiiharrilwirffi In nntilV tis.tftkais ..ft • l
A LL Persona having demand* against the Estate
of Dr. James Nisbct deceased, are requested to
present them to the subscriber, or to Eugenios A. Nia-
bet of Madison, Morgan county, by the first day iff
January next, for payment. Person* indebted to said
Eatate are requested lo came forward and make pay
ment by the same time. ■
ALFRED M. NESBIT, Executor.
pen sent accordingly.
Advebtisemkkts will be inserteJ at the usual rates.
-’CPAII Letters lo (be Editor on matters connected
with tho establishment, must be post paid in order to
!C7* Notice of th* sale of Land and Nagrocaby Ad
ministrators, Executor*, or Guardians, must be publish
ed sixty days previous to th* day of sale.
Tbs sal* of Personal Property, in like manner, must
be pub!ished/or<y days previous to the day of sale.
Notice to debtors and creditors of aa esrat* must be
published >rly days.
Notice that Application will b« made to tha Court of
Ordinary for Leave to sail Land or Negroes, must be
Notice that Application will be made for Utters of
Administratioa, must be published tAMy days, nod be
Letters of Dismission, six months.