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MONDAY k THURSDAY
Bt K.«ian $ Charlton.
Publishers of the Lairs of the U. States
‘ AT FITS DOIXAKS P*R AJTITOSt,
* FOR SALK
Os the Subscriber, called the
Situated about one mile from Turknet
Rpring, and frdth three to four miles from
Augusta. The above place is as pleasant
and healthy a situation as any in the coun
ty—there are a dwelling house, kitchen,
smoke-house, stables, etc. all in good re
pair on the premises, with a good spring
of water, and shout 65 acres of land, about
45 of which is clearer anti under & good
fence. The preseat crop now growing
will be disposed of with the premises, if
Inquired- and possession given immfdi
ately. For further particulars, enquire of
,8. iusaell, Augusta, or on the premises of
J. S. Shader.
July 26 -8t
OFFER POR SALE,
A FART' OF THE
Spring- Hill-Mill TR.il C T
(lately belonging to the Estate of Seaborn
Jones, . Esq }
T YING on both sides of nailer’s creek,
' JLj in the county of Richmond, and at
present in the occupancy of Col. M. F.
iJoisclair. The part offered for sale is ad-
SBindily well timbered, am'l would be di
vided to accommodate pure hasers. It lle
tAthinfour or five miles of (iie city of Aus
tftiSta, embraces some beaut afidly elevated
dfei for summer residence: 1, having good
of pure water.
Slaughter iff Labuzan,
jnly 16 ts
CJ*Look at this-won*t you?
jAIL persons having demands o,gainst
the late firm of Ckar, Dctcki sck. &
Peirbi, are requested to hand the in in to
the subscriber, before the first o f Octo.
Ben fiext as he will not hold him: lelf re
sponsible for any that may be long* It with
held. It is scarcely worth the p: trice of
labor, to ask those indebted to p ay; he
Ijwpes however, that the honest t ,lebtor
will consider it as rather difficult tt » sub
mit for the space of fifteen or twenty years
cr the nutreroent received from the 1 pass
ing breeze, and will sometime it I the
Apurse of the next ensuing ten or t reive
fears, preseat him with something more
Substantial; and at least allow hi Bj the
privilege of closing his business.,, and
Commencing some other, for whu fc, he,
H alive, will be ever grateful, kc. f Ike.
G. W. 8. Pean e.
June 7 ts
BOAT OWNERS I
34^—-•. 1—? . iii s1 v. . .■ 1 »j —■■
ILL take notice that the 101 at sec- I
tlon of the General Ordinance of the city
et’.Augusfa, vill be enforced ;if ter the
first of June-*rlt reads as follows,,s —“ All
Boats not in actual use, shall be removed
from opposite tine city, during tl it- months
ofJune, July, August, Septembe r and Oc
tober, annually. Coats found op posite the
dty, during the above named months of
the year, containing water in t he holds,
Shall be seized by any officer o f Council
end conveyed from the city. A ay person
violating this section shall be fir e ,at the
discretion of Council, ip asi not ex
ceeding one hundred dollars pe p lay; and
shall, moreover, be liable for all c.-spences
iftcurred in removing such boat; or boats.”
June 4—ts f
Georgia, Vi arreii 1 ounty.
Clerk's iffice of the court < if ordinary
\&J HERE AS Ross Stevens applies for
letter® of arl-rimstraiion on t’ ie estate of
(ftqutia Stevens ht-e of this * |»untj' (deed.
And, whereas the said Ross .Steveili ap
plies for liters of administr ftion on the
estate of Owen B. hue of said
county deed.—'These arc diet eforc to cite
end admonish all and singular the kindred
and creditors of the said dec< «sed person
ally or either of them, toeuU ft heir objec
tions (if any they havel in cn f office, with
in the time prescribed by lav r.
Given under my hand, at o /fee, this 24th
; 5 John Torrence, elk. c. o.
-t. 30 m9m _
IfcTINE Months after dot t hereof appli
u cation will be madet rthehonorabl
the court of Ordinary for ' Jolumbia coun
fjb for leave to sell twenty -thousand acres
of land in the county of M ontgomery, the
*ame being part of the r< jtl estate of 2a
doc Magi-uder, deceased- -to be sold for
the benefit of the heirs uid creditors of
George Magtnv icr, adm’r.
Tresey Magriid ( er, adm’x.
?(1J During rr x j absence
Augusta, JOHN p. ANDREW ,
™q iajluly authorized < o act as my alter.
I. S. ftAtfroHD.
rtE RabscriheT offers for sale, an ele
gant assortment of FRENCH FAN
CT: GOODS, just received per the latest
do Inserting Trimming*
Black and White plain Silk Stockings
do do Embroidered do
White Italian Crapes
Satin figured Ribbons
Small Merino Shawls
Linen Cambriek Handkerchiefs
Plain Linen Cambriek
Black and White Leghorns
Black and White Ostrich Feathers
Chippings for Milliners B*c.
The whole of the above goods, are «ow
opened and to be seen at Messrs. Tardy
Winu H Thompson Co
ISO bugs prime green Coffee
50 barrells prime N. O. Sugar
8 pipes pure Holland Gin
3 do do Cog Brandy
5 hhds J. Rum
2 Halfpipes Sicely Madeira Wine
50 barrels loaf Sugar
500 q. boxes Spanish Segars
40 jdo do Imperial > ra*i k
Gunpowder & Hyson S X X!i iV
200 qr- Canisters, do do do
10 Bags Pimento and Ginger,
16 Do. Pepper,
30 Sacks Fresh Almonds,
15 Boxes No, 1 Soap,
200 Bags Shot, assorted,
100 Kegs Duponts Powder,
20 do. Best Richmond Tobacco^
12 Boxes Chocolate,
22 Barrels N. E. Gin,
36 Casks Cheese,
100 Boxes do.
3000 Bushels Salt.
Wm. H. Thompson & co.
Have just received , ana offer for sale,
100 Bags Prime Green Coffee.
10 Hhds. Superior St. Croix Sugar,
40 Do. Muscovado Sugar.
20 Qr. Casks Teneriffe Wine.
500 Qr. Boxes Spanish Segars.
5 Pipes Cog. Brandy.
10 Do. Holland Gin.
5 Hhds. Ja-Rum.
10 Boxes Sperm. Candles.
12 Kegs Ladies Twist Tobacco.
20 Do. Sweet scented Du.
5 Boxes Londou Mustard.
10 Casks best London Porter.
100 Pieces Inverness and Dundee bagging
5000 Bushels Liverpool ground salt,
august 20 ■ —3 m
Hoots. Shoes, and
J. m /UGH TON.
South side Broad-street, four doors abovt
Respectfully informs his friends
and customers, that he intends kegp
ing constantly on hand, a complete assort
ment of BOOTS and SHOES, of every
description—which will be sold low for
cash, either at wholesale or retail.
Country merchants are invited to call
and look for themselves.
Daily expected, a large supply of Nor
Jlhn on hand,
A few dozen elegxnt Carriage WHIPS,
of the first rate.
VT an Inferior court held in and for said
county, on the 7lh day of July, 18 31,
on the application of James O. Gresham,
an insolvent debtor, before the honorable
Elias Beall, John Hardeman, and Joseph 1.
Moore, justices thereof. Ordered , that the
22d day of September next, be and is
'hereby appointed for the meeting of this
court again, upon the application of the
•aid James 1) Gresham, at the Court-house
of said county—at which time and place,
it is further ordered, that the said James
I) Gresham be brought up before this
court; and also that all and singular the
creditors as well those at whose suit the
said James D Gresham is confined, as also
all those to whom the said James 1) Gresh
am is indebted, shall be summoned to ap
pear in person or attorney, to shew
cause, if any they have, n-hy the said James
D Gresham shall not have extended to
him the benefit of the Constitution and
Law* of this state in relation to insolvent
jl tru> copy front the minutet,
Isaac Collier, Cl’k-
THE Justices of the Inferior court of
thc county of Columbia will, from the pre
sent date, until the Ist Tuesday in bept.
next, receive sealed proposals for the
building a Jail in said county. All persons
wishing to undertake the same c«u have a
complete plan, by applying to the Clerk
of said court. There will be paid in ad
vance, when the work is commenced, two
H Lamar, Cl'k i. r.
* * We are authorized
o announce JAMES S. SHAFFER, Esq.
candidate lor 'he olfice of Sheriff of
Richmond county, at the ensuing election
April 5 —*tf
• The Euterpeiad.
THE first volume of tile EUTERPEIAD
or MUSICAL' INTELLIGENCER A Nil
LADIES GAZETTE, ended in April.—
The second Volume has commenced,
much improved, and considerably enlarg
ed, comprising eight quarto pages with a
sheet of Music in every number, and is
published semi monthly, on Saturdays, at
three dollars per annum, by
John R. Parker,
No. 2, Milk-Street, Boston.
May St „ . .
(b OLICITS those who can furnish him
0 with evidencr, to enable him to pros
ecute with satisfaction, three persons who
Were concerned in maltreating his man
servant COMUS, on the Washington
road, this side of Col. Man’s on-the eve
ning of the 3d inst.—The boy was furnish
ed with a pass wbcih he propuced (With
out effect) and .was by those men beaten
in a shameful manner—when a certain
gentleman came .up and Informed them
that his pass was not out by me week , the
nepru does not knew who was bis friend,
being an African, understands but little
English: scarcely enough to be under
itood—should a reward be expected, any
thing reasonable will be granted by
Isaac Laßoche, .
A. Slaughter Labuznn
or Thos. 8. Oliver.
December T ts
A LL persons indebted to the estate of
l\. the late Dr. Thomas Leavitt, dee’d,
cither by note or open account, are re
quested to come forward and pay the same
before the Ist day of November next.—
Ai! persons having claims against the es
tate are notified to exhibit them to the
administratrix vithin the time prescribed
by law, properly authenticated.
Eliza A. Leavitt, adm’x.
April 19. ts
'TWIE Subscriber Cautions the public
1 against trading for her Due Bill, gi
ven to Bradley, for Seventy-Five
Dollars, daied as well as I recollect the
2tst of N. ember, IHVO, payable the
first day of 'larch, I82t; as tiie property
proved to be unsound, 1 atn determined
not to pay t.
darn well District, So. Os. Jan. IS. ts
< LL persons aix requested to take no
n. tire that | have legal and equitable
liens, for a considerable part of the pur
chase money which remains unpaid, upon
lot number ten, in the lots laid off by Ed
ward F. Campbell on Broad street Au
gusta, whereon there are three frame
tenements, formerly my property, and by
me sold to James Myers. Any person
who purchases, will take the property
subject to those liens ol which if more t»ar
ticiilar information is desired, it will be
given by Richard Henry Wilde, Esq. cr
by his Attorney
Offers for sale on reasonable terms,
A Valuable Tract of Land,
:KaiYlNts on the Big Kiokee Creek, with
in a mile and a half of Columbia Court-
House, containing 351 acres, about 20b ot
which apfr-cleared. On the premises is a
spring o£ excellent witter, and all the usual
improvements of a country farm. Per
sons wishing to purchase will apply to the
subscriber at his residence on the pre
Harmon g Lamar.
June 4 ■ ■ v 8w
flle' lc's Office of the Court of Ordinary,
w f FREAS Mary Cooper, adminisfra- j
frix on the estate of James Cooper, late
of said county, dee d, applies for Letters
Dismissory from her Administration of Hie
These are then fore, to cite and admo
nish all persons concerned, to be and ap
pear at my office, to enter their objections
(if any they have) within the time pre
scribed by lav/, why said Letters should
not be granted, otherwise they will issue
Given under mv hand at office, this Sth
day of Marc'n, 1821.
Jno. Torrence, Clk, c. o.
March 12,1820 mfim
8~ J TOLEN from Capt. Bee’s R'XK in the
city of Augusts, on Monday Evening,
..be 20th inst a large Bay MARE, about 8
o 9 years old, with fold. She had a dou
ble rained bridle on, and is about fifteen
lianas and a half high, a very long tale,
long head and neck, and a small lump on
■. one of her fore ancles, and had a sore on
the middle of her back, but now well.—
Forty dollars will be paid for the thief,
and thirty for the Mare, to be delivered to
the subscriber, thirteen miles above Au,
gusts, or with Edward Bird, of Augusta
,it the City Hotel.
Amrnst 27—ts •
- ~ ui »■ in | i
03” >«e arc authorized to
r state that Mr. DANIEL SAVAGE is a can
didate for the office of Sheriff of Richmond
county, at the ensuing election.
TIE Subscriber offers for sale, his
Plantation, situated twelve miles a
hove Augusta, between Fury’s ferry, aud
the Washington road. The buildings are
all in excellent repair, and the faim for
soil, fence*, and ail that pertains to its
cultivation, equal to any in the neighbor
hood. The quantity of land, is about
three hundred and forty three acre*, The
above plantation will be offered at private
sale until the 2nd of November next, and
if not disposed of then, will be sold at
pnbjic sale to the highest bidder. Terms
of sale* may be known by applying to John
Campbell of Augusta, William Blackwell,
or Josegh Crafton of Columbia County,
who will shew the'Premitea.
Columbia County 16th August 1831.
August 16 w2Nov. .
WHKHE AS the snhacriher ha, taken
the Boarding House, hist below the goa>
and market house, on Broad street, in the
city of AiigneU, returns his thanks to a
generous public for the support already
given, and solicits a continuance of their
favors, and pledges himself to give every
attention, and hoarding at the following
rates, io wit:—Horses boarded at 50 cents
per night; single fecd37s ; bourduig for
man per day gl; dinner 50 cents; sup
per cents ; breakfast 37# ; bed 25
cents —clean nice beds and a well furnish
ed table, and a good attentive hostler from
the north. 1 also keep s Wagon Yard in
good order, gratis, to those that take
boarding. I am; &c. Ac.
SThe Milledgeville Recorder, Co
a, S. C. State Gazette, and Raleigh
Minerva, will re-publi«li the above monthly
for five months, and forward their acccunts
to this office for payment.
LA IV. ~1
TTHE subscriber tenders his professional
services in the following counties of the
Middle Circuit .—Richmond, Columbia,
Washington, Emanuel, Scriven k Burke,
and in toe county of Warren of the Nor
thern Circuit. He will also practice in
the Federal Courts of this State.
EThe Savannah Republican and Mil
vide Journal will inaart the above,
one month. T. O,
NINE months after date, application
will be made to the Honorable the
Inferior Court of Richmond country, fov
leave to sell a certain tract ofland io the
county of Baldwin, situate in the twenti
eth district, and known by the number
203, in the plan of said district, being the'
property of Matthew fox, dec. for the.'
benefit of the heirs and creditors of aai <
Aimer Fox, Oua 9 r.
Not 23 ni9m
.I—., _ | l.l|h. ■
.Notice is hereby Given,
THAT the concern of Olutcockid Dlck
iuaon is dissolved by mutual consent,
that the unfinished business has been
trauslered to David F. Dickinson, who is
authorised to close aud settle the same.
That Thomas Glascock will attend to ad
vocating causes in which the Said concern
have been employed, and will continue
his practice in the counties of Richmond,
Burke, Scriven, Warren, and Columbia,
and will also practice in the counties of
Washington and in the Mayor’s Court of
David F. Dickinson.
, January ll t ts
Celebrated Vegetable Pulmo
lOTHICH is used in Consumptions,
vv Catarrhs, Asthmas and Coughs, or
iiseases originating from Colds, with
signal advantages. This Medicine is freed
from all those objections which the use of
inflamatory drops, or similar preparations
are always liable to. He invites the Pub
lic to try ami judge of the efficacy of the
Vegetable Pulmonic Detergent; the re
sult of many years labour and experience
of his own practice. He is sensible of the
fjro/etnomil objections which are so often
'aged against Patent Medicines ; but it
is not for him to say that such objections
are sinister. He can only observe that
the Medical properties of his Detergent
can only be toted by its use. A few
Gases of the above, are offered low at
Wholesale and Retail; also Casks am 1
Barrels of Lamp and LinseedQil, Mtt<--
tard; Alum and Madder; with various
other anicica mbtita-.inost accommodat
C. 0. Dunn,
Jtnqtr? * w ,
Administrators Sale#, •
WILT, be sold on theUrst Tuesday in
December next, At the Court-
House in Warren county, Agreeable to an
order of the Inferior Court, the following
property belonging to the estate ofJame#
A Valuable bract of Oak and
Hickory land, lying on tl# main road be
tween Warrrnton and Powelton, a pun of
which it under tolerable cultivation—on
the premise# are a comfortable dwelling
House, a Stone House and a new Gift
House 1 , with other necessary Out building*.
1 The situation is well calculated for a pub*
lie stand, and affords many advantages to
i a person disposed to enter into the coun
: try trade. Terms of sale made mad#
• known on the day.
1 Wm. Shivers, Amd’ts .
September 10-*—4wt , 9
'• " *.mi,n«x«a——^a».
HR Subscribers offers for Sale,
well known stand of John Beall, lately dee.
twelve miles from Augusts. The
lion and Buildings on the said premise#
are all in excellent repair, and the Farm*
for so.il;. fences and all that pertain to it*
cultivation, surpassed by none in the
State. The body of land embraced in th»
tract, is supposed to be from 800 to 1000
acres. The above plantation will be of
fered at private sale until the Ist of No
vember next, and if not then disposed oC
will be sold at public sale on the Mi
Tuesday in November next, to the highest
bidder. Terms of Sale may be known by
applying to James H. Smith, of Lexingtof#
(Georgia) or tb Charles Beall, or to John
W. Beall on the premises.
Charles Beall, }
John W. Beall, C Ex’**.
James H.Smith S
. 1 May 3-1 dm
1. . —r
Fn.hr my pl#ntatie|h
. mrff in Barnwell District^
On Savannah Hive^
hors*, mules, 2 years,
- ' Old, they were bro*t
from Kentucky & will
probably make for tK#
>vestwar4—whoever will secure the s#m
mules, that I can go# them, or deliver
them to George Allen of Augusta sh'fcl
receive a reward of TWENTY DOLLAR*
Wm. if. Robert.
Hoy. •&» ts up
AROUSE A lot fronting on Brooft
Street end Ellis Street—the Mi
contains half an sere, between Mr. Job*
H. Man end Mrs. Fox's. The bouse wiflk
very little repairs nay be made e comfort
able dwelling for * small family. NT
G. B. Marshall.
August 9 <f
THE subscriber will be sbsefit froffltb#
state fora short period, end those havitfe
business with him will call upon Mr. Han*
nv XuUSt, who is his authorised stun*
ney. ANDREW J. DILL.
July IE. ts t ~ . "
NINE months after date application
will be made to the honorable th#
Inferior court of Columbia county, wtuln
fitting for ordinary purposes, for leave 19
sell thirteen hundred and ninety nin9
acres of pine land in Richmond county otk
both sides of Butler's creek, on whidh
there is a saw and grist-mill, it being part
of the real estate of John Foster, late ft
said county, decused.
Elizabeth Foster. ) .
Arthur Foster, 7 / > |
Collier Foster, 3 *
May 7, 182 w fl>9m T
NINE monthl after date, application
will ne made to the Honorable tl»#
Inferior Court of Biehmond county, fcW
leave to sell all the real estate of Jamc#
Kerman, deceased, for the benefit of tb#
heirs and creditors of Said deceased.
ft. M fc Coombs, adm’r,
November 23 m9m x
Argvtt 1 ti lU2L
All those Soldiers
and othera who hare pul claims into my
hands for settlement, are desired to return
my receipt for such papers to this place,
receive their claims titled, or their papers
O. W. Cal Us.
September Jf-*—wl2w ; t
Months after date, application
Will be made to the Honorable Court dC
Ordinary, for the eounty of Lincoln, foe
leave to sell four hundred and thirty acral#
of land, more or IcM, on the 'waters cf
Little River, joining Samuels and other#
olso, the negroes belonging to the estate
es Heepkia Spiers, late bf said county,
. Wm. Willingham,
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