of the tation, than some of our adepts in
Latin, Greek and Logarithms.” About
as well qualified, wes oppose, as a friend of
ours, who has at least seen the State House
who wrote to a merchant an order for 15
lbs Kaughphce, and to send the bearer
back as ewipk as possible. Such a fellow
in the Kongrcss of the Newknighted
Slates, would bother Mr. Randolph as
much as “Logarithms. ”
, We shoot folly as it flies, regardless of
\hc wing on which it soars. When we
cease to laugh at our friends, or grin at
0 ur enemies, part of“ Othello’s occupa
There has been a terrible rub-a-dub on
/•the Tariff Barrcll throughout the United
States-wonder its head has not been knock
ed out. A leak has been found in it by
some persons about Columbia S. C.—
A writer in a Milledgeville paper is op
posed to Mathew Talbot for Governor,
■because there are many as respectable men
in Georgia as he is. We know there are
as good fish in the Sea, as ever were caught.
But there are some worse—the Sea Ser
pent has never been caught that we have
heard of. In the same paper it is grave
ly said “ Mr. Forsyth’s heart is in the
right place that is we suppose, a little
more on the left, than the right side.
We have heard it so often stated, and
that so positively too, that we had half be
lieved it wasafact, that Gen. Jacksnn at
the last Election, was the popular choice.
The following will shew in what light
such an argument is tube viewed. The
votes received by Mr. Adams represen
Gen’l Jackson, 2,172,060,
Mr. Crawford, 1,333,538,
Thus proving incontestildv that Mr. Ad
ams received more than both of his com
petitors. The opposition are eternally
ringing it in the popular ear, that Gen.
Jackson ought, in consequence of the high
est vote, to have been elected at the last
election, but that he was cheated out of it
by Intrigue and corruption. By the above
it will appear he was not the popular
choice; and if he was presented to the
House of Representatives, as the highest
of the three on the electoral Ticket, that
ticket did not represent (according to the
spir it of our institutions) the greatest body
of primary electors. To say he ought to
have been elected by the House of Re
presentatives, because he was highest of
the three returned for their rhoice, is to
tdestroy that choice, and the discre
tion, which the Constitution declares shall did he “say or do” any thing that he or
spectability, and deep scientific research,
it deserves a ready credit. We should
like to know the quantity of brass whic
is incorporated in the system, either i
blood or bone, of some individuals.
FOR THE GEORGIA COURIER.
Jfessrs. Editors: The Election for
Governor has called forth some discussion
of the qualifications of the two candidates
before ihe people. Many harsh and use
less things have been said ; some sound
and unobjectionable argaments have been
used;—and, in some instances, by the
friends of both parties, erroneous accusa*
tions advanced, and illiberal feelings have
been manifest. In the latter description,
I include an Editorial article in a late
Constitutionalist. In noticing it, which
is my present purpose, I trust I shall say
nothing which will be objected to by you,
or deemed uncivil by your neighbor.—I
have no disposition to “disturb the har
mony of social interc.mrse.”
The Constitutionalist, of the 11th inst.,
in a long article in support of Mr. Forsyth,
says, “ it becomes every republican—ev
ery lover of decency [mark the word] and
good order, within our State, to be upon
the alert”—and the very next sentence is
in these words:
“ The minority, always restless and ambitious,
and now almost desperate from repeated defeat,
is making a violent effort to obtain power—power
which they vaIub infinitely more than the g<
happiness of the people. They are itrivinj
confer the office of Governor upon one of th1
own kidney, not because Georgia will be benefit!
ted—not because she will be rendered more il
lustrious at home and abroad, but because they
anxiously covet the rich harvests of Executive
patronage, and wish to secure a monopoly of the
‘ loaves and fishes.’ ”
Now , as to the “ decency” of the above
paragraph, I shall not say one word; but
if the leaders of the party supporting Mr.
Forsyth, will look at the picture drawn,
they will see themselves in “ bold relief,”
and the candid among them will say,
“ Here we are exactly—there is no mis
take in the likeness: we have never, in a
solitary instance, when we had the 'pow
er' in our hands, divided tho ‘ loaves and
fishes’ with those who differ from us on
political questions ; we have even neglect
ed men who have ‘done the State some
service,’ yea, fought, bled and grown grey
in its service,—and appointed over their
heads men to office io nowise better qua
lified, merely because they were ,of our
‘ kidney.’ “
The Constitutionalist, with much “de-
c ncy" to be sure, asks, what has Capt.
Talbot, “ in the course of a long public
life, said or done which deserves to be
remembered or recorded?” and then an
swers, “ He lias said not a syllable, and he
lias done nothing.” To this question and
answer, I shall only reply: as a member
of the Convention which framed the Cor
solution of Georgia—as Senator in the
Legislature, President of the Senate, and
Governor pro few., Capt. Talbot hassaid &
done n thing but what was both “worthy
to be remembered and recordednor
Last Night’s Mail brought news as late
as 15th August from Liverpool. The
most important intelligence is the death
of Mr. Canning, Prime Minister of Eng
land. Tins is an event of immense im
portance, not to England alone, but under
existing circumstances to the world. His
disorder was inflammation of the intes
tines and gangrene, produced by intense
application to his official duties. The
sensation produced by his death is describ
ed as if England had lost a King. Lord
Goderich had received his Majesty’s com
mands to form a Cabinet, and is of course
at present to be considered at the head of
the Govarnment. It was believed there
would be no change in the principles, up
on which Mr. Canning’s administration
was established. Huskison is spoken of
as Chancellor of the Exchequer.
Mr. Canning’s death was known in Pa
ris in 10 hours after the event by Tele
At Liverpool Cotton was in good de
mand. During the week, ending 13th,
sales amounted to 11,100 bags.
be exercised in the ultimate selection.
It is stated as taken from ihe v Custom
House books of Baltimore, that one million
yards of Domestic Cotton Goods were
' exported from that place to South Ameri
ca during the first week of the present
Tito IVatchtower, a Kentucky opposi
tion paper, says, Henry, Trimble, and
Johnson lost their elections to Congress
from their having voted for the Woollens
Tomato Ketchup—Half gallon.
take a gallon skinned Tomatoes,
4 Table spoonfull Salt,
8 pods Red Pepper.
Grind fine and simmer slowly in sharp
Vinegar in pewter bason 3 or 4 hours.—
Strain through wire sieve and bottle close.
Age improves it.
Widows have been allowed to vote for
members of the Legislature in Canada;
but it seems, their right is about to be dis
puted, as the election of one of the candi
dates is contested outlie ground of having
been voted for by one of these fair elec
tors. We believe there is but one office,
far which widows are allowed to vote in
this part of the country, and even legisla
tive cruelty has not dared to retrench
their privilege in this respoct. There
being but this one office, in filling which
they are allowed to share the common
right of other citizens, probably accounts
for their eagerness to exercise it. When
a fine gentlemanly young fellow offers for
the office «f a husband, they exercise their
immunity, ofteD with more haste than pru
dence, and if pressed with half the eager-
aess used by some candidates we could
mention, their good nature will not be
content with giving their votes only, but
will generously add themselves to the bar-
The London Times says, the promul
gating ot the secret article of the Treaty
of the 6tb July has given much umbrage
to the British Minister, Mr. Canning; who
is said to have expressed suspicion of un
fair practices by some person attached to
1 ‘he French or Austrian Embassy. The
article was stated to have been received
m London from Paris. Others hint that
a good lookout had not been kept at the
London foreign office.
Dr. Good, in his Book of Nature, tells
-*s that there is iron enough in the blood
of forty-two men to make a plough-share
^■weighing, generally, from 22 to 24 lbs.
This is a singular proposition ; but as the
earned doctor is a gentleman of high re-
his friends were afterwards ever ashamed
of. Can the friends of Mr. Forsvth say
the same of him in his “public life?”—
I suspect that both Mr. Forsvth and his
friends, would be very willing that several
of his “sayings and doings” were neither
“ remembered” nor “ recorded”—among
them, for instance, his blustering conduct
at ihe Court of Spain, and his assertion
on the floor of Congress hall, that “ there
was nothing in the Revolutionary or sub
sequent services of Gen. Washington, to
induce us to set so high a value [$500] on
any thing which had been in his posses
The Constitutionalist asks, “ Who is
Matthew Talbot?” I shall not pretend
to say the Editor of the Constitutionalist
can answer the question; but I believe
its burner could: for I well remember a
toast he gave, and invited me to fill a
glass to it too, shortly after Capt. Talbot
was beaten in the Legislature for Gover
nor by the present incumbent. It was
this:—“ Old Mat Talbot, who is not, but
ought to be the Governor—the best man
in Georgia.” Whether or not the owner
of the Constitutionalist, in changing his
opinions, has changed his recollection, I
shall not say ; but at ihe period the above
toast was given, ho appeared to have quite
a familiar knowledge of “Old Mat.”
I am an advocate for the election of
Capt. Talbot, and shall assign, very brief
ly, some of the reasons which influence
me in his favor. In the first place, his
private worth is admitted by all parties.
It is admitted by the Constitutionalist,
(which is opposed to liimj that he has no
political purposes to accomplish, and no
great schemes in view by which to raise
a name. And this is urged as an objec
tion to him. For my own part, I think
it a high recommendation ; and I think
the intelligent and reflecting portion of
our citizens, will accord with me in
opinion. Those who have become wea
ried with party strife, blustering politi
cians, and great schemes to raise a name,
will cordially unite in the elevation of
Capt. Talbot to the Gubernatorial office,
as the most likely of the two candidates
to put an end to these things, and turn the
attention of our citizens to more credita
ble and useful pursuits.
In a word, I prefer Capt. Talbot be
cause I think him eminently qualified to
fill the office ; because his e’evation will
be “ worthy to be rememb't fed and re
corded” in the history of eyjj IM* Geor
gia ; and because he will gVz true digni
ty to the station, add to the “ glory” of
the State, and the prosperity and happi
ness of the people.
Pensacola is represented to have been
unusually healthy up to the 31st ult. not
withstanding the weather, which had been
extremely hot for some time, became sud
denly very cool. Only one white person
had died there recently, (Mr. Tillman,)
of Hamburg, South-Carolina, who died
on the 21st ult r — Chas. Ceur,
We shall pay tho earliest attention possible to
our Poetical friends.
On Thursday evening last, by the Rev. Sami.
Davis, Mr. ARCHIBALD BOGGS, to Miss
MARY ANN ROBERTSON, all of this city.
On Sunday evening last, by the Rev*. Mr
Moderwell, Mr. ANDREW B STURGES, to
Mrs. LOUISA MARY TROUCHLETT, both^f
In New-York, on Thursday evening. 30th Au
gust, by the Rev. Mr. Teller, Mr. BENJAMIN
DEAN of Augusta, to Miss HANNAH BLOOM
ER, of thg.above place,
On the 15th inst. at the residence of his father,
(Rev. Mr. Holcombe,) in this neighborhood, Mr.
James W. Holcombe.
On the 13th inst. at the Cherokee Pends. Edge-
field District, S. C. Maj. Charles Goodwin, a
rcspecSable member of the S. Carolina Bar, aged
At the Sand Hills, on the 13th inst. Anna Mar
tha Walker Poe, infant daughter of William
Poe of this city, aged 1 year and 9 months.
Messrs. V’Whorter <$• Mealing :
You will oblige a large majority of Vo
ters of Richmond County, by inserting in
your papsr the following Ticket:
JO HNl’ HINIZ Y—Senator.
ROBERT WATKINS, ) Rcpresenta-
ROBERT DILLON, } fives.
Sept 17 38
Negroes at Auction.
mr LATHAM HULL,
THURSDAY MORNING, 20th ins!.
a< 11 o'clock, at the lower market-house,
will be sold,
A Nf gro Woman about 30 years, and her child
about 15 months old.
A Boy about 18 years of age—Titles warrant
ed. Terms at sale.
CONTINUCS AT THE
Lately erected by JOSEPH WHEELER, Esq
near Mueler's Buildings, and just below the
upper Market House. Broad-street, and near
the Planters' Hvtel, Augusta.
H E feels thankful for past favors, and begs
to renew the offer of his services to his
friends with the assurance that strict regard
shall he paid to all orders he may receive, and
proper care taken of all property committed to
his charge, and punctuality shall be observed in
all transactions of business in future.
Liberal advanc s will lie made on Cotton stor
ed for sale, in Cash, or Goods, at cash rates, and
on terms as accommodating as other Ware-house
THE SUBSCRIBER HAS RECEIVED A PART OF
HIS SUPPLY OF
FALL DRY GOODS:
Consisting of a well selected assortment of
L ONDON Duffil and Point Blankets
Sattinets, Kerseys, he.
White and Red Flannels
Blue and White Plains, Sic. SiC.
ITH A LARGE AND HANDSOME SELECTION
Colored Plain Gros De Naples
Black, Figured and Tlain do
With an extensive assortment of other new
and useful Goods, which are offered on fair terms
Sept. 17 38 6t
C/* Those persons indebted to
the late firm of HOLT h WARE, and to the sub
scriber on former transactions, will please come
forward early this Fall and pay their debts, as
longer delay cannot be allowed.
JOHN S. HOLT.
Sept. 6 . 35 tf
Messrs.. Editors—Be pleased to insert the fol
lowing Ticket in your paper, and oblige
WM. W. HOLT,
HAS JUST RECEIVED
H IGH LIFE, a Novel, 2 vols.
The Living and the Dead, by a Country
Curate, 1 vol.
Private Memoirs of Madame Da Hausset, La-
dy’s Maid to Madame de Pampadour, 1 vol.
High-Ways and By-Ways, 3d series, contain
ing ** The Cngot’* Hut,” “Seeing is not Believ
ing,” and the “ Conscript’s Bride,” 2 vo’s
M’Kinney’s Sketches of a Tour to the Lakes,
with 29 plates. 1 vol.
A View of West Florida, embracing its Geo
graphy, Topography, he. with an Appendix,
treating of its Antiquities, Land Titles, and Ca
nals, and containing a Map exhibiting a Chart of
the Coast, £ic. by John Lee Williams, 1 vol.
Together with a variety of other new publica-
Messrs. Editors :
Please to insert llje following Ticket,
which ought to prevail iu Richmond
MATTHEW TALBOT, Governor.
JOHN PHINIZY, Senator.
WM. W. HOLT, )
H. MEALING, > Representatives.
ROBt. WATKINS, j
Talbot men, be firm. You know your
strength, and let not the/<z?se statements
of it at a late Barbacue excite any other
feeling but disgust at the contemptible ar
tifice of your enemies. They are aware
of their weakness, and you will make them
feel it on the first Monday in October.
Be on the alert, and let not the Forsyth
men, change your Tickets by their sleight
of hand, as they did for Troup. “ Uni
ted you stand.”
Drawing expected on Thursday next.
Of the Virginia Dismal Swaitlp Lottery,
1 Prize of $15,000
T HE Subscribers beg leave to tender to their
friends and the public, a continuance of
their services in the above-mentioned line, at
their old stand.
They offer to their patrons the homage of sin
cere gratitude for past favors, and the assurance
ol unremitted exertion to deserve future patron
A. SLAUGHTER h C. LABUZAN.
Sept. 4 35 7tp
W ILL still be continued, by the undersigned,
at the ceutral, convenient and well
known establishment, first above the “ Eagle
Tavern”—Where he solicits a continuation of
that liberal patronage which he has heretofore
received. Insurance will fce effected on all spe.
cies of merchandise committed to his charge, at
the lowest possible rates, if it be desired and a
request made to that effect.
'Hie Tobacco Inspection will
also be kept up at this house, and my country
friends, (Tobacco growers especially,) would do
welt to be particular to enquire for “Shelton's
Ware-House,” where they will at all times, get
the highest market prices for all Tobacco in
spected by him.
Win. B. SHELTON.
Sept. 3 34 t f
We are authorized
to announce the Honorable
Richard Henry Wilde, as
a Candidate for Congress, to
supply the vacancy occasioned by the resigna*
tion of the Hon. Edward F. Tatnall.
Sept. 17 38 td
At No. 115,
Corner of Broad and Centre-Streets,
Has just received, in addition to his former stock
2 pipes Cognac Brandy,
2 do Holiand Gin.
6 qr. casks Teneriffe and Malaga Wines,
6 kegs Cordials,
20 barrels Apple Brandy,
15 do Whiskey,
14 hhds. St Croix and Orleans Sugars,
40 bags Coffee,
14 kegs and boxes Tobacco,
10 boxes Wbittemore’s No. 10 CoftSn Cards,
30 pieces 42 inch Cotton Bagging,
20 reams Letter and Writing Paper,
100 do Wrapping do
2 tierces Hardware and Cutlery,
40 boxes New Northern Cheese,
3 casks do <J«
2000 bushels Liverpool Salt, which will be sold
low for cash
W. A. MITCHELL.
Sept. 17 38 3t
The house and lot, at present in the
possession of Mr. Eli Mustin, situated
oh Ellis-street. The situationjis adesi-
■ rable one for a small family;
W. H. TURPIN.
Sept, 17 38 2tp
One and a half Blanks to a Prize.
Tickets $5, Halves $2 50, Quarters
Fortunate Lottery Office,
No. 241, Broad-Street.
Sept. 17 It
O NE HUNDRED DOLLARS will be given
as a piemiam for the most approved Plan
for the construction of a MASONIC HALL, to
be erected in this City, of the following dimen
sions and description:—The Building to be of
Brick, with a Brick or Stone front, four stories
high, 60 feet front, and extending 90 feet back.—
The basement story must be flush with the street,
calculated for two Stores, with back rooms, and
an ample passage entrance between them. The
second story to be appropriated to public purpo
ses. The thiid story must contain a Lodge
Room, and preparation rooms; and the fourth
story, a Chapter and preparation rooms. The
Masonic Hall must not cost to exc* ed $22,OOOj
Plans, with estimates, will be received by tlte
dersigned until the 1st November next.
THOMAS I. WRAY, ) . _,
SAMUEL HALE, | “s
ALEXANDER M’KENZIE, >2'£
WM T. GOULD, and j a 6
JOHN W. WILDE, J y
Note—Lumber may be had in this City, at ten
dollars and fifty cents per thousand, superficial
measure ; and Bricks at seven dollars and fifty
cents a thousand.
Augusta, Geo. Aug. 23, 1827. 31 wto20
HP The Savannah Georgian,Charleston City
Gazette, Richmond Enquirer, National Intelli
gencer, Baltimore Patriot, Poulson’s Daily Ad
vertiser, Philadelphia ; New-York Enquirer, Bos
ton Patriot, Masonic Mirror, and Providence
Gazette, will please publish the above once a
week until the 20th October, and forward their
accounts to the above Committee.
Offers his services to his friends anil the public In
general, to transact the
H E has taken the Ware-House lately occupi
ed by IIOLl h \\ ARE, on Waghington-
street, not far from the Mansi in-House, conveni
ently situated for the Trade that comes in on the
Savann ih. Louisville, and the new Milledgeville
Roads. The Ware-House is thought, from its
location, to be safe from Fire, which is doubtless
an object of importance to Planters who store
Cotton. EverjL«ttfntion shalli— p«idthe iu-
terCSt of those who place their Cotton or other
property in his care, and the most reasonable
charges made op all business. Advances will be
made on Cotton when required. Goods will be
bought and furnished to his customers on the
most liberal terms, as advances on Cotton stored
September 3 34 2m
417 The Georgia Journal and Washington
News, will publish the above for two months, and
forward their accounts for settlement.
HALL & HARBIN,
Having pumhnsfd the Stock of .GROCERIES of
Air. A. P. ROBERTSON, Mouth again invite
the attention of their fr units and the public gen
erally, at No. 151 Broad street, where they vr
tend keeping a constant supply 0
THEY HAVE ON HAND,
k_jT. Croix and New-Orleans Sugars,
Loaf and Lump do.
White and Grecu Coffee,
N. E. Gin,
Canal Whiskey, superior quality ,
Cicili and Teneriffe Wine,
Imperial Gunpowder and Hyson Tea;,
Pepper and Spice,
Spanish and Common Segars,
Chew ing Tobacco, of superior quality.
Sperm and Tallow Candles,
Swedes and Russia Iron,
Cotton Bagging and Sacking.
Newark Cider, suitable for bottling, fcc. fce.
And at No. 151, they have a general as
sortment of Seasonable
All of which is offered for sale on the most ac
June 7 10 tf
Ol a Patch Brandy, Mononjgif-
hcla Whiskey, Sfc.
LANDING FROM STEAM-BOATS COMMERCE
30 Boxes Claret Wine,
6 Half Pipes do.
10 Bids. Double Refined Sugar,
65 Kegs Spiced Salmon,
12 Boxes Brandy Fruits
15 do. Capers and Olives.
10 do. London Pickles, (assorted)
. 1- Hampers French Cordials,
10 Boxes West India, do
3 Pipes Holland Gin,
2 do Otards Br&ndv
50 Half Bbls. No. 1 Mackerel, •
30 Bbls, Newark Cider,
60 Boxes Crab, do. (equal to Champaigne,)
20 Bbls. No 1 Mackerel,
10 Casks London Porter, fcc. fcc.
60 Five Gallon Demijohns,
10 Hampers Wine ami Porter Bottles, •
15 Boxes white and Brown Soap,
20 M. Superior Spanish Segars.
TOGETHER WITH A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF
Of the Choicest Kinds, and on fair terms,
for Sale by
N. BYRAM MOORE,
No. 202, Broad-Street•.
Juno 7 10 tf
The Undersigned continuing to
carry on the
At his OLD STAND, South side Broad-street,
^OLICITS a continuation of the patronage of
fc5 hi* friends, to whom he feels grateful for past
favors, and assures them that his best exer
tions will be used to promote their interest in any
future business they may confide to his care.
ILF Advances on Cotton stored in his Ware-
House, will be made when required, and Insur
ance against Fire to the full amount of said ad
vances, will be made/ree of any charge to the
owner of the Cotton.
JOHN C. HOLCOMBE.
Sept. 3 3i 6t
SUGAR, BACON, &<*
13 Hhds. New-Orleans Sugar
22 do St. Croix Mo
6000 lbs. Bacon
26 bbls N. Gin
10 do N. Rum
20 do Whiskey
25 do No. 3 Mackerel
6 do Loaf Sugns *
12 do Canal Flour
. 1 cask London Best Portcf
20 bags prime Qreen Coffee
60 do Shot, assorted
15 boxes Raisins
5 bales brown Shirting and Sheeting
. 2 cases Plaids and Stripes
FOR sale by 1
Collins & Manton,
No. 310 Broad-street.
Augusts 26 9t
FOR SALE LOW,
I F APPLIED for immediately, a complete sit
of School Desks and benches. Also a Stove.
Application to be made to the subscriber, cr iu
bis absence, to Mr. Law on the premises.
An excellent new Dray and Harness.
August 27 32 tf
LEWIS F. F. GIBSON,
OFFERS FOR SALE,
24000 Lbs. Sweedes Iron,
200 Casks Thomastown Lime,
50 Bbls. Flour,
15 Bbls. Apple Brandy,
36 Kegs White Lead,
30 Boxes Raisins,
10 Quarter Casks Wines, assorted,
10 Reams Writing Paper,
51 Croix Sugar in Hhds. and Bbls.
5 Tierces Jamaica Coffee.
Jaly 1» 19 tf
Respectfully inform their Friends and the Pub
lic in general, that their
Are now in complete order for the commencement
of the New Year’s business.
G RATEFUL for past favors, they with con
fidence again solicit that liberal patronage
bestowed on them the last and previous seasons.
The undivided attention of each of the concern
will be exclusively devoted to the duties tf their
business—and they will he provided to make the
usual advances on Produce in Store.
Wm.Sims, Williams «fc Co.
Auguste, August 27,1827. 32 18t
T HE subscriber, thankful for the patronage
extended to him, begs leave to tender his
services to his fiiends and the public in the above
business ; and by prompt attention to the same,
hopes to meet with a continuance of their favors
Advances will be made on Cotton stored when
required, and all Cotton from the country In
sured free of expense to the planter or merchant.
Augusta, Sept. 13 37 tN
CP The Editors of the Georgia Journal and
Statesman and Patriot, will publish the above
six times each, and forward their accounts to the
Georgia Courier Office for collection.
Two convenient Dwelling
Houses on tbe South side
of Broad-Street near the
lower end of fbe Market,
one at present occupied by Mr. B. B. Cheshire,
and the other, lately by Mr. Charles Wilson,
the Kitchen of the latter is prepared for moulding
Candies, and the dwelling has a convenient store
on Broad-street. Possession given on 1st Octo
ber. Apply to
J G. M’WHORTER.
July 19 ‘21 wt6.
Valuable Young Negroes
YXTILL be sold in front of the Lower Market
TF House, on Thursday next the 2Qth inst.
Thirteen Likely Negroes:
Consisting of Boys and Girls, viz one first rate
seamstress and house servant, 23years old. with
four very likely ch ldren; pne servant girl, 16
years old. a good cook; two house maids, one
14 and the other 16 years old, one of which %
bright mulatto; four bogs, from 14 to TO years
old; one plantation man, 35 years old. All of
which Negroes were not purchased, but raised
ou my farm, and are offered for sale not-on ac
count of bad habits. They are servants of the
first rate characters, and warranted to be honest
and in perfect health. Those wisbiug to supply
themselves with valuable servants, will do well
to attend the sale, as it is bnt seldom that such a*
At the same time and place, »ill be said
two first rate
One of which is a full Wood Diomed, the other
a Hiutoga, whose gaits are equal to those of auv
horse of the day. Tbeir full pedigree will be •
seen on the day of sale. Sale to begiu at 12
Wm. S. Overton.
O’ The Negroes may be seen bv application
to Mr. Wm. C. Dillon, or Mr Jobi Clark, near
the lower Market.
Sept. 13 37
will continue bis Professional
Services in the City and its immediate
May 24 q
HE subscriber takes this method of iuform-
ing all those who may be indebted to him,
(for Tuition,) either by notes or accounts, which
or accounts were due On t: e 1st of October
that if not sefiled before or at the 1st of
tober, will, without partiality, be placed in
>roper bands for collect n.
August 13 28 tO.
Neatly Executed at this Office-
T HE six acre Lol above Turknetts Spring
adjoining the property of W. Smith, Esq!
rhe situation is commanding and pleasant, and
it is iu the neighbourhood of good water. ’ Un
disputed Titles will be given to the purchaser.
IOR TERMS APPLY TO
W. A. BUGG, Agent.
Mr. r 31
Mr. A bne r "Wash burn, jr.
is my authorized Agent, duri.-sr my absence fro*
this City.-f y g, WARNER.
August 3ft. ?3 tf