A BEAUTIFUL COMPLIMENT.
The King of France is a very compli
mentary personage. Some ladies were
lately presented to him at Cambray, to
one of whom he said “Mademoiselle, if in
the midst of my winter, I could forget the
FROM THE NEW-roKK MIRROR.
Willintn was holding in his hand,
Thc. likeness of his wile,
'Twas draw n by some enchanted wand,
It seem'd so much hke life.
He almost thought it spoke—he gaz’d
Upon the picture still,.
And was delighted and amaz’d,
To view the painter's skill.
This picture isjust like thee, Jane,
’Tis drawn to nature true;
I've kiss’d it o’er and o’er again,
It is so much like you.’
has it kiss’d thee hack my dear V
‘Ah, no, my love,’ said he;
Then, William, it is very clear,
It’s not at all like me.’
I love to steal awhile away
From ev-ry cumbering care,
A,nd spend the hours of setting day,
Inhumlde, grateful prayer.
J love in solitude to shed
The penitential tear,
Ajid all his promises to plead,
Where none but God cau hear.
I love to think on mercies pas.t
And future good implore,
And all iny sighs and sorrows cast,
On him who I adore.
I love by faith to take a view
Of brighter scenes in heaven,
Such propects oft my strength renew,
While here by tempests driven.
Thus, when life’s toilsome day is o’er
May its departing ray,
Jle calm as this impressive hour,
And lead to endless day.
IMITATION OF SERVIAN POETRY.
The maiden turn’d her head away—
"You’ll have no kiss from me to day.”
"And why, to day love, must Isoe,
“ The roses bloom, and net for me?
Tears filled the maiden’s raven eyes—
'• The lightly won, you lightly prize ;
To make you prize the kiss you gain,
It must be won with toil and pain ;
And seldom too ; so still I say,
Toil’ll have no kiss from me to day.”
Love.—A young lady telling an old gen
tleman that she was in love with his es
tate, “Take it, says he,“and then you
tvill possess two-thirds of me, for my mind
you have already, and my whole being
consists but of mind, body and estate.”
V Oh ! then,’’rejoined the juvenile fair, “it
would be ungenerous to rob you of all
three. Pray keep your body for yourself.”
Power of Beauty.--- Aga Ibrahim had
been a great trafficker in slaves, male and
female, which the army of Aga Mahomed
brought from Georgia, in his irruption in
to that country in 1797. He had retained
one in his own family, of vvlircii he ap
peared dotinglv fond. The more wine
he took, the mote lie spoke of his favorite
Mariamne. ‘I have often,’said he, “ of
fered to marry her, if she would only be
come a Mahotnedan, but all in vain; and
ready, when she is on her knees praying
before her cross, or claming hymns to
the V irgia Mary, she looks so beautiful,
and sings so sweetly, 'hat I have twenty
times been tempted to turn Christian my
self. Besides, 1 can hardly think of
Paradise as delightful without Mari-
T HE Proprietor of the Augusta Thea
tre is authorized by the Mauagcr, to
ofler FIFTY DOLLARS for the best original
Poetical Address, to be spoken at the open
ing of the Theatre, on the 19th Dec., not exceed
ing 60 lines, nor less than 45. The Addresses
spring, you would recall it to me in all its must be direct d (post paid) “To the Proprietor
* . ° ■ " .■ j ^ Li.ructo Tkootra ” orhft will cp prt fnrpp
of t ; e Augusta Theatre,” who will select three
literary gentlemen of the city of Augusta to exa
mine them, and award the prize of literal y merit.
Addresses must be forwarded before the 10th of
December, and the names of their authors enclos
ed and sealed in a separate piece of paper, which
will remain unopened till the selection is made.
Sept. 27 41
[TT* Publishers of Newspapers will please to
give the above weekly insertions in October and
November, &. subserve the interests of the Drama
U NDER a Decretal Order of the Court of (
Equity, on Wednesday, the 12th of De
cember next ensuing, at 11 o’clock, A. M., will j
be sold, to the nighest bidder, at Edgefield Couit
(83) Valuable Negroes,
belonging to the trust estate of L. D. Wigfall,
and Eliza Wigfall.
At the same time and place, will be sold,
the Plantation in Edgefield District, called the
WOODLANDS, situated on Chavers’ creek, one
mile and an half from the iuaiii Five Notch Road
to Augusta, and directly on a road leading from
Martin Town to Augusta : containing 437 acres,
on which is a comfortable dwelling house, kitch- j
en, carriage house, stables, gin house, and other ,
necessaiy out buildings, witti negro houses and
One other Plantation, called the MILL
PLACE, situated on the same creek, adjoining
the first mentioned Plantation, containing altout
440 acres—on the creek is a mill with two pair
of stones, one for corn and one for wheat, with
a good bolting chest; also, a cotton gin. worked
by water; two convenient dwelling houses on
the premises, with a b acksmith shop and tools.
A smaller Tract, containing 120 acres, called
the WHATLEY TRACT, still adjoining the last
One other tract of Land, shunted in said Dis
trict, on Turkey creek, on the main road fioni
Edgefield to Abbeville Court House, adjoining
lands of Nicholas Lowe, containing ahout 300
acres, with some houses k cleared hind thereon.
Together with a stock of horses, mules, cattle,
heep, and hogs, and plantation tools on each
place, except the last.
Terms.—One fourth cash, the balance payable
in one, two, and three years, with interest, mort
gage of the property and personal security to
insure payment. Purchasers to pay for title
deeds and bills of sale.
GEO. W. CROSS. I T
JAMtS JERVEY, ( 1
Edgefield C. II. Nov. 22 57 td
One Tenement next below M KjO"
ne’s Warehouse, upper end Broa<l-
• trett. The Dwelling apartments,
conveniently finished for a family
with a Store attached.
A small Dwelling on the rear of the above lot,
fronting on Ellis-street. Immediate possession
can be had, and for terms, which will be mode
rate, apply to
BEDS & FURNITURE,
F OR sale low for cash, if applied for immedi
HOUSES TO RENT, from the first October
next, well calculated for a Victualling or Oyster
establishment. Apply at this office.
Sept. 10 36 tf
Houses ami Lots for Sale.
TWO convenient Houses and Lots,
on Reynolds-street. 40 by 20 feet, two
stories. The Lots 60 feet front and
136 feet deep, situated next above
Gen. W. W. Holt’s. The above Houses are very
convenient for small families, and have spacious
Gardens. This property will be sold very loy.
For terms, apply to
.No. 210 Broad-street.
Nov. 26 58 tf
The House and Lot, on Bridge-
Street, at present occupied by Mr.
The House and Lot, on Bridge.
Street, at present occupiedby Messrs.
J. k R. Kirknatrick.
An English paper states that a laboring'
man, devoured at a sitting, a leg of lamb,
weighing five and a bait pounds, together
with about two pounds ot vegetables, a
large slice of pudding, and a small quantity
of bread and cheese. He washed down
the whole wtih a quart ot cider and a pint
of strong beer; remarking, as he finished,
“ I’m thankful for this little refreshment,
some men would have made a meal on’t.”
We recollect to have heard or read an an
ecdote of two celebrated gourmands, which
may perhap's amuse our readers. A wager
was laid on the relative capacities ot these
two fellows, whom we will designate as
Jack and Jemmy. They were to eat in
the presence of the bettors, at a tavern
near the village, and Hodge was despatch
ed by the friends ot the parties to bring
an account of their performances. Hodge
returned, and on being questioned tespect-
ing the result, replied,
“They won’t never finish, as I know on,
but if they do, I guess Jemmv ’ll beat,
though Jack is ahead of him now by the
matter of a turkey and a pig.”
Old Treaty Limits.—We have recent
ly received authority to say, that the ne-
. gneiations now carrying on fur the ncqui-
pi lunred, and deeming it a bad omen, he ; S)t ; ou () f the strip of land lying between
Bright’s Line, although interrupted for a
time by the interferrence of Van and
Ridge, have now assumed a more promis
ing aspect, and that an entire and amica
ble surrender of the ground may be soon
expected.—Mil. ( Ga.) Statesman.
I N excellent order, a few Kitts 3
S .rb Yi££ H , preserved in Spices express
ly for family use, one Salmon in each Kitt, and
warranted equal to any ever offered for sale. To
he had of
M'Gran's buildings, Macintosh-street.
, Nov. 12 54 tf
The Steamboat Com
pany w 11 Insure upon Cotton in
their Steam or Tow Boats, at a
quarter per cent premium, taking all risks which
is usual with other Insurance Offices.
WM. P. HUNTEK, Treasurer.
S. C. DUNNING, President.
Nov 19 56 9t
S. & M. ALL UN,
H AVE Removed their EXCHANGE OF
FICE to No. 277 Broad-street, four doors
west of Jackson-street, where they offer for sale
DRAFTS on the principal cities of the Northern
North-Carolina and Macon Bank Notes wanted.
United States Bank Paper for sale.
Nov. 22 57 3tw
Four Houses and Lots, in the
lower end of town, on Green aud Ellis Streets.—
Possession given on the first of October next
And possession given immediately,
the Store recently occupied bv
A. I. k G. W. HUNTINGTON.
For sale as above, an excellent Sad-
And immediate possession given,
the Dwelling and Store, first door a-
bove the Bridge Bank, an excellent
stand for business. Enquire of Ben-
noch k M’Kenzie, or.
Nov. 1 51 tf
And immediate possession given,
a comfortable Dwelling House, on
Washington-street, suitable for a small
family, opposite Mr. Jacob Dau-
Novem 1 er 12
Effect of Ugliness.—When Abbas the
Great was hunting in the valley, he met
one morning as the tlay dawned, an un
commonly ugly o#m, at the sight of vth m
his horse started Being nearly d.s-
called out in a rage to have his head struck
off. The poor peasant whom they had
seized, aud were on the point oi executing,
prayed that he might he informed of his
crime. ‘Your crane,’ said the King, ‘is
your unlucky countenance, which is the
first object I saw this morning, <nd which
had nearly caused me to fall from my
horse.’ ‘Alas!’ said the man, ‘by this reck
oning, wha» term must I apply to your
Majesty’s countenance, which was the
first object my eyes met this morning, and
which is to cause my death V The King
smiled at the wit of the reply, ordered the
man to be released, gave him a present
instead of taking off his head.
No absurdity is greater than that which
associates female beauty with great delica
cy of body and debility of constitution.—
If beauty, as the term is understood in Eu
rope, may be defined the highest degree
of perfection of which the human frame is
Susceptible, every deviation from that con
dition must luuinish the pre ensions of the
individual; and it would not be more in
consistent to sav, that a rose, bathed in the
refreshing dew of morning, and blushing
healthful upon its stem, is less beautiful
than that which is drooping and wither
AT A VERY LOW PRICE,
l^ssaO, And possession given on the 8th
day of January next, one half of ray
large Building, in the Village of Edge-
field, So. Cft . a part of which is occu
pied by Mr. Randolph Bland, opposite Case &
Perkins’ store, froutu, g ‘he main street on one
side, and the public ground and Court-house on
the other, a piazza extending the whole length
and width of the house each way, with 4 rooms.
2 fire places and a o-Mar, well suited for a Dry
Goods, as well as a Grocery Store, and one of the
best stands for business in»the Village.
ELDREQ S1MK1NS, Sen’r.
Edgefield C. H. Nov 29 59 6t
Line of Battle Peerage.—When it was
understood that Sir James Loivther, af
terwards Lord Tonsdale, was to be eleva
ted to the Peerage, as a toward for offer
ing to furnish Government with a sljip of
74 guns, completely equipped, at his own
expense, a lady -said to Mr. Kemble,
“Dear me, what a whimsical thing this
seems altogether! I wonder what title
they can give him for supplying a ship?
What can they call hint, Mr. Kemble 1”
To which he happily replied,“Why, mad
am, I should think he will be called
Steamers.—The following short item
of intelligence presents a most important
suggestion for the consideration of those
who watch over the welfare of the United
“The(Engiish)Sunday Times says: It
may not be generally known that govern-
RAISE YOUR STEAM!
T HE Subscriber having recently prepared a
Landing one and a half miles below this
City, ‘>n the South-Carolina bank of the River,
at which he intends keeping a constant supply of
the best of Lightwood, for the accommodation of
Steam Boats, hereby invites their calls. In pre
paring this Landing, due regard has been paid
to the dispatch and safety of Boats.
T. G. LAMAR.
Nov. 20 59 wlm
BIttnk Checks on the
Bank of Augusta, for sale at this
Remedy for Intemperance.
T HE Subscriber, on the decease of the late
Dr, Wm. Chambers, took into his posses
sion the personal estate of the deceased, and
found prepared a large quantity of Doctor Cham
bers’ remedy for intemperance.
He hereby informs the public, that he has dis
posed of all the Medicine so found, to Dr. James
H. Hart, and Mr. Andrew M. Fanning, of this
In making this disposition, the subscriber has
been actuated by a due regard to the interest of
the heirs of the intestate, as well as from a wish
to give the most extensive use to the virtues of the
discovery, whatever they may be—and he can
further add with confidence, that the gentlemen
who will hereafter be the venders of the remedy
for Intemperance, as prepared by the Inventor,
have been intimately connected with Dr. Cham
bers in his life time—have been his agents in co:a
pounding the medicine, and are acquainted with
Silvanus Miller, Public Administrator, kc.
ITT* The medicine will hereafter be prepared
and sold by the subscribers, who alone are in
possession of the original Receipe of the inven
tor, at the office of the late Dr. C. in the basement
story of Rutgers’s Medical College in Duane
street, east side of Broadway, and at the Medical
store of Dr. Ilart. corner of Broad-way and
Chamber street, 3 doors from Washington Hall,
The astonishing success which this remedy has
obtained in restoring habitual inebriates to so-
hrietv, has established its virtues beyond all con
tradiction, and supersedes the necessity of a,ny
The remedy is as innocent as it is effectual; so
much so, that it is often given to children in fe
brile complaints, and frequently used as a family
medicine for Dyspepsia, kc. All that is required,
to ensure its specific effoct is to abide strictly by
the directions. It is put up in packages sufficient
for one individual cure, and accompanied with
ample directions for its use, signed in the hand
writing of the subscribers, without which none
are genuine. We are iriduced to adopt this mea
sure, as in consequence of the great celebrity
which Dr. Chambers’ "medicine has obtained,
there have been, and doubtless will be, many spu
rious imitations. On enclosing to us the usual
price, $5. postage paid, the medicine can be sent
by mail- To those who are unable to pay. on
personal application of the individual at our office,
the medicine will be administered gratis.
JAMES IT. HART. M. D.
A. M. FANNING.
Successors to W. Chambers.
The above valuable article, is for sale by
R. B. HAVILAND & Co. Agents.
October 18 47 3m
F OUR months after date application will be
made to the Inferior Court of Richmond
County, while sitting for Ordinary purposes, for
leave to seli fifty acres of Land, in Jones Coun
ty, adjoining land of Mr. Moore and Mr. Breed
love, 7 miles from Clinton, belonging to the
heirs of Littlebury Wilson, deceased, aud to be
sold for their benefit.
ELIZA WILSON, Guardian.
Sept. 24 40 tf
Dr. Ge..rge A. Buck
lin’, offers his services to the
inhabitants of Augusta and its vicinity, in the
professions of Medicine and Surgery,
His office is in the adjoining building to Mr. j
Lafitt’s boarding house, on Mackintosh-Street, j
June II 11 tf J
big from the 'baneful effectsV the canker ! meat have built or laid down 30 steamers, j fJT HIS Establishment (owned and formerly
worm in its core, than thagihe female form j carrying 10 guns each, and that they have ^ ^^Xands^f thTunde^igned, who' has
is rendered more beauiitul or interesting j a trigate on the stocks to be propelled by
.. __ J . L . G J • .. 1.! a t on nnntnn IDA Iwapoa n/atiior T Lie le
under the pressure of despair. Fashion, the j an engine of 400 horse power. This is
tyrant of opinion, has occasionally decreed 1 quite correct; and we have no doubt that,
that ulegauce can only be found associated j 30 years hence, every man-of-war will be
with languor, and that a pale visage and a ; propelled by steam.”
hectic flush are the legitimate indications
ot beauty ; but tire same capricious legis
lator has, at one time, determined that a
woman should be shaped like a wedge.—
1 here can be neither beauty nor symme
try of form without health; and the oppo
site opinion can have originated onlyfiom
prejudice, that to be full of health is to be
Ijft, coarse esd vulgar.
N excellent BILLIARD TABLE, with ap
Enquire at this office.
Js-gjgp Blank Bills of Lading,
^3fir on Foolscap and Letter Paper,
for sale at the office ef the Georgia Courier.
Dec. 6 61
made ample provision, through his friends, to
keep it in as goed style perhaps as any House in
the back country ; and from bis former experi
ence in the line of Tavern keeping, flatters him
self that all who may be pleased to favor him
with a call, will depart satisfied both as respects
accommodations and charges. Families can be
S. C. Brame.
Macon, Nov. 22 57 tf
A Blacksmith for Sale
F OR SALE, a Negro Man. about 32 years
Horses found run
ning the Streets, from the
1st November to 1st May,
will be taken up by the City
Officers, and left at the Stable of Mr. John Clark,
near the Lower Market. The owners can at all
times have them by paving the expense.
SAMUEL C. DOUGLASS, m. c. a.
Nov. 8 53 tf
T HE subscriber having commenced the above
line of business, tenders his services to his
friends and the public generally. He hopes that
from his long experience and knowledge of busi
ness, together with his being a permanent resi
dent of Savannah, to give general satisfaction,
and pledges himself that no exertions or atten
tion shall be spared on his part to merit a share
of patronage. He is prepared to make libeial
advances on Cotton and other produce, consign
ed to him for sale.
REFERENCES—Win. Gaston, James Eppin-
ger, Savannah; Stovall k Davis, Augusta ; John
Fontaine, Wartenton; Wm. P. Ford, Sparta;
Tho’s B. Stubbs, Milledgeviile ; P. Grinuell, P. M.
Savannah, Nov. 7 55 tf
Blank Bills of Lading,
for sale at tjie Office of the Geor
AT THE GOLD SADDLE,
FOUR DOORS BELOW THE BANffd
J OHN BEACH having resigned the agency
of the Hartford Fire Insurance Company in
consequence of his intended removal from the
State, the Board of Directors have appointed the
Subscriber their Agent, who will take risks on
property in Augusta “nil its vicinity. Apply at
the store recently occupied by said Beach, No.
317, Broad Street, w here the Agent can be found
or at the store of J. k W. Catlin,
JOEL CATLIN. Agent
April 26 90 tf
To the Planters of Georgia and
A T a meeting of sundry Merchants of Aug-us-
f\_ ta, on loth instant, it was determined that
Premiums should be awarded for the best loads
of Upland Cotton, which may be exhibited in
this place, on Broad-street, opposite the Banks,
between M’lntosh and Jackson-streets, on the
10th day of December ntxl, at 10 o’clock, as fol
For the best load of not less than seven bales,
being at the time of exhibition the property of
the Planter in whost name it may be exhibited,
and of his crop, a premium of 75 dollars.
For the second hest load of not less than seven
bales, a premium of 50 dollars-
For the third best load of not less than seven
bales, a premium ol'25 dollars.
The following persons w ere appointed to judge
on the occasion :
A. R. WALKER,
T. G. CASEY,
ITT Editors of new spapers in Georgia and So.
Carolina, friendly to the above object, will please
give this a few insertions.
Oct. 10 47
Scriven Superior Court, \
October Term 1827. /
WILSON CONNER )
vs. > Divorce.
MARY ANN, CONNER. ^
I T appearing to the Court by the return of the
Sheriff, that the defendant. Mary Ann Con
ner is not to be found in the County, on motion
of D’Lyon and De Lamotta, attornies for the
plaintiff, it is ordered, that the defendant do ap
pear and file her answer or defensive allegation
on or before the meeting of this Court, at the
next term, and that this rule be published in one
of the Gazettes of this State for sixty days.
A true copy taken from the minutes, this 16th
SEABORN GOODALL, Cl’k.
Oct. 29 50 2m
W ILL be sold at the residence of the late
Thomas Stewart, in the City of Augusta,
on the first Tuesday in January next, at 10 o’
clock, the remainder of the personal property of
the sai deceased, consisting of Household and
Kitchen I’urnituie, Pump Tools, kc. kc.
On the same day, at the Market House, at 12
o'clock, two Likely NEGROES, (Carpenters.)
Will be leased, at the same time and place, un
til the first of October, 1828, the House lately
occupid by the deceased,
Nov. 19 56 td
T IHE subscriber begs leave to inform his
friends and Clients, generally, that not
withstanding his removal to Augusta, he will
still continue to practice in the Courts of Edge-
field and Barnwell Di triejs. and with that view
has established an office in the town of Hamburg.
Oct. 22 48 tf
Mrs. .Adam Hutchison's
W ILL be opened on Broad-street, a few
doors above Doctor Wrays, at the house
formerly occupied by Judge Wilson, on the first
Monday of October
Mrs. H. -*ill he happy to give private iustruc-
t ons in Composition, and the higher branches of
Education, to young Ladies who desire to devote
a portion of their time to mental improvement.
Instructions also given in Drawing and Paint
ing. iu Main and Ornamental Needle Work.
Terms of admission made known at the School
Sept. 24 40 tf
CONTINUES AT THE
Lately erected by JOSEPH WHEELER, Esq.
near Hheeler’s Buildings, and just helow the
upper Market House. Broad-street, and near
the Planters' Ilvtel, 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 mar receive, and
proper care taken of all property committed to
his charge, and punctuality shall be observed in
all transactions of business iu future.
Liberal advances will be made on Cotton stor
ed for sale, in Cash, or Goods, at cash rates, and
on terms as accommodating as other Ware-house
SMITH & WRIGHT,
Have now on hand, a Splen'did Assortment p.‘
Goods in their line. Manufactured bv them
selves, of the first rate materials and workman
LADIES’, Men’s, and Boy’s Saddles
Portsmouth Sharp and Snaffle Bridles’
Braided, Round and Flat Martinis.
Coach, Gig and Wagon Harness,
Saddle, Carpet and Medical Ba<rs,
Valices, Holsters and Bridle Leather'-
Ttvlg, Coach and Wacon Whips,
Military Bridles, &.c. 6cc. See.
Snaffle, Sharp, Pelham, Portsmouth, and Bra-
doon Bits, of the latest and most fashionable
Patent Boiler Spring, Fancy, Round-leg and
Prince’s metal Stirrups,
Curb Chains, Spurs, Buckles and Slides,
Haimes, Terets, Hooks and Bradoon F.uimrr'--;
Bridle and Harness Buckles,
Str. ining, Worsted and Cotton Webbs,
Plush, Serge and Baize,
Saddle Trees and Hog Skins,
Skirting, Bridle and Harness Leather,
Coach and Gin;
Cap’d, Bell and Straight Bands,
Door, Dash and Body Handles,
Knobs, Tufting Nails,
Pasting, Seaming and Broad Lace.
Cochineal, Blue, Black and Green Morocco.
Cotton Cassimere, Rattinett and Fringe.
Oil Cloth and Brussels Carpet, £:c. kc. kc.
Having long been engaged in the business,
they feel satisfied that their present assortment
of Goods is far superior to any in the U. States.
October 22 4S w!2w
Horses and Carriages,
t offers to Let, by the Day,
Trip, or otherwise, first
1 rate Horses, Carriaget,
Gigs and Sitlkcyv, on the most reasonable terms.
THOS. G. HALL.
Nov. 15 55 tf
City Marshal’s Sale.
W ILL be 3old, at the lower market-hor.se, ia
the City . f Augusta, < n the first Tuesday
in February next, at the usual hours of sale, one
House and Lot, adjoining Telfair-street on the
east, Anslem Bugg on the west, fronting 60 feet
on Reynold-stieet, aud the same on Bay-street,
or as much as will satisfy an execution for Tax,
issued by the C ity Council i s. Wyatt B. Davis,
due for the year 1827.
SAMUEL DOUGLASS, w. c. a.
Dec 3 60 wtd
T hose persons who have kindly taken chaige
of Subscription Lists, for this Journal, au-
respectfully requested to forward them to the
subscriber a . soon as possible, as the 1st Num
ber will be issued on the 1st Janua- v next.
JOHN D. LEG ARE
Charleston, Nov. 27, JS27
The Editorsof the different Papers throughout
the Southern States,wiil confer a favor by insert!
ing the above notice, in their respective papers.
T HE subscriber has taken the Store 3d door
below M’Kenzie k Bennoch’s Corner, No.
305, (with extensive Back Stores attached) where
he is no* receiving and opening
300 Packages Crockery, China
and Glass Ware;
Comprising a large and handsome assortment of
Staple Sl WmcN Waves,
All of the latest Manufacture and Patterns, se-"
lected and ordered by himself expressly for thii
Together with an assortment of Liquor Cases,
Looking Glasses, Brass Suspending and Billiard
Lamps, Plated Castors and Cordial Stands. Stone
Jugs, Jars aud Churns, Wine Bottles, &.c, &c.
Wholesale and Retail, which will be sold at
fair prices for Cash or approved paper.
Persons indebted to
Ware & Harris, or myself,
are requested to make early payment, as longer
indulgence will not be given.
ILT The Georgia Journal and Macon Messen
ger, will please insert the above weekly for four
months, and forward bills for payment to W. H-
Augusta, Oct. 35, 1827. 49 w4m
QJ 1 ’ Those persons indebted to
the late firm of HOLT k 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
O N the first Tuesday in January next, will be
sold, at the Lower Market-house, in Au
gusta, pursuant to an order from the honorable
the Court of Ordinary of Richmond County,
300 acres of pine Land, on
the Road from Augusta to Sovannah, with the
improvements thereon, latelv occupied by Mrs.
Ruth Twiggs—being part of the real estate of
John Twiggs, dec.
Also, three Negro Men, being
part of the estate of W. A. Bugg, dec. and sold
by order of the Inferior Court. Terms at sale.
Executor of John Twiggs and JV. A. Bugg.
Nov. 5 52 w)d
ILL be sold, on the first day of Jant,
next, at the late residence of John Gar
nett, late of Columbia county, dec’d,
All the personal property of
said deceased, con»r-iiiig of Negroes, Horse-:..
Hogs and Cattle, Corn and Fodder, Household
and Kitchen Furniture, Plantation Tools, ate. kc
Terms made known on the day of sale.
JAMES LAMPK1N, Adm'r.
Nov. 19 56 wtd
DEEP BLUE SATTINETS.
lOOO YARDS Superfine deep blue
and Steel-mixed Sattiuets, for sale low by *be \
peice or yard.
No 150Broad street.
Nov. 29 59 3t
N INE months after date application will be
made to the Honorable the Inferior Court
of Richmond County, while setting for Ordinary
purposes, for leave to sell so much ot the re
estate of John Twiggs, dec. as has hitherto re
mained in the possession of the widow of said de
ceased. , .
G. L. TWIGGS Ext r.