MONDAY, WEDNESDAY and FRIDAY,
AV % O’CLOCK. 7. M.
tlYr. Howard'. Brick Building.,opposite the Fo»t-OflScc
. Mlato.b Street.
Bale, of Lead end Negroes, by Administrator., Eiecu
t ,rt, or Qaardiaai, are required, by lair, to bo hold on the
■rat Tuesday in the mouth, between the hour, of ten in the
fweaoon and three in the afternoon, at the Court-hoiastf
the county ; a which the property la *«raTe—-Notlcvtf
t lw « .ale. auiat be given in a public gazette SIXTY day.
previous to the day cf sale.
Notices ofthesale of ftrsonel property must be given In
like manner, FORTY day. previous- to the day of sale.
Notice to the debtor, and creditors of an estate, muatb.
published for FORTY days.
that applicatiou will be made to the Court of Or
dvsryfOT leave to sell land, must be published for FOUR
Notice for leava to soil Negroes, must be published for
MINI MONTHS, before any order absolute shell be made
b wo >a by the court.
POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT,
Washington, 4th March, 1883.
In future, the following rules and regulations
ara to be observed: -
Ist. The duties of the Assistant Postmaster*
General, Chief Clerk and Subordinates, are di's
tributad into three divisions.'
The first, the Southern Division, under the
superintendence of C, K* biBDSSR, the Senior
Assistant, w'dl comprise the States of
Virginia, (with the Di. t. of
North CaroHnh, Arkansas Territory,
South Carolina, Tennessee,
Florida Territory, Indiana,
The second, Ihe Northern Division, under the
Superintendence of S. R. Hobbie, Assistant, will
comprise the States of
Maine, New York,
New Hampshire, New Jersey,
Rhode Island, Pennsylvania,
and Michigan Territory.
2d. Eachjpf these Divisions shall -embrace an
Office of Appointments and Instructions, and an
office of Mail Contracts; the office of Mail Dep
redations to remain as at present organized, aux
iliary to both.
3d. To each of these Divisions shall be as
signed four Corresponding Clerks, two for the
office of Mail Contracts, and two for the Office
of Appointments and instructions, a Contract
Clerk, an Appointment Clerk, a Route Book
Clerk, a Recordjng Clerk, and Clerks for regis
tering orders, hues and other miscellaneous
4th. One of the Corresponding Cieiks in each
Division, shall be designated as the principal
Clerk of the Division.
6th. The Senior assistant will be charged with
the basinets of- procuring Mail rortmanteaus,
Canvass Hags, Locks and Keys, and with all
the incidental duties. A clerk shall be assigned
to aid him in their performance, who, under the
direction of the Assistants, respectively, s all
keep the registry of the checks coun'ersigned
* fitfe, The business of forwarding Blanks for
Accounts, Locks, Keys, Post Office Lists, Laws,
4tc. shall be performed under the direction of
the Assistants, within their respective Divisions.
7th. The principal Crerk of the Division only,
shall sign official correspondence, and.that, in
vase of the absence of the Assistant.
Bth. The third division, will be that of finance,
under the superintendence of the Chief Clerk,
O. B Brown, who shall be the I)neasurer of the
Department. There shall be under his control
the “Book Keepers,” the “Solicitor’s Office*”
the “Pay Office,” the “Examiner’s Office,” the
“Register's Office," and the “Dead Letter Of
fice, to the last of which shall be attached the
business of the general letter file.
9th. No money shall be paid into the Depart
ment. directly to the Treasurer, nor paid out of
if, directly by him.
EASTERN CIRCUIT, 9 Counties.
William Law, Judge,
Joseph W. Jackson, Solicitor General.
Bullach. Thursday-before the Ist Monday in
November and the Thursday before the 4th
Monday in March.
Camden. Ist Monday in April, and the 2nd
Wayne. 2<l Monday in Aptil, and Thursday
after the 2d Monday in November.
Glynn. Thursday after the 2nd Monday in
April, and the 3rd Monday in November.
Mclntosh. 3rd Monday in April, and the
Wednesday after the 3rd Monday in November.
Bryan. Ist Monday in December, and the
Thursday after court in Liberty county.
Liberty. Wednesday after the Ist Monday
in December, and the Monday following the
uourt in Mclntosh.
Effingham. 2nd Monday in December and
Chatham. Ist Monday in January, and the
3rd in May.
MIDDLE CIRCUIT, 9 Counties, •
William W. Holt, Judge.
Cbakles J. Jenkins, Attorney Genera).
Columbia. 2nd monday in March and Sep
Washington. 4th monday in March and
Montgomery. 2nd mouday in April, and
Thursday after the Ist monday in October.
Tattnall. Thursday after the 2nd mouday in
April, and the 2nd monday in October. .
Emanuel. 3rd monday in April, and the
Thursday after the 2nd monday in October.
Scriven. 4th monday in April, and the 3rd
monday iu October.
Burke. Ist monday in May, and the 3rd
monday in November.
Jefferson. 3rd monday in May, and the 4th
monday in October.
Richmond- Ist monday in June, and the. Ist
monday In January.
NORTHERN CIRCUIT, 6 Counties.
William H. Crawford, Judge.
Daniel Chandler, Solicitor General.
Tatiaferio. 3rd monday in January and July.
Wilkes. 3rd monday in February and 4th In
Madison. 2nd monday in March and Sep
Elbert. 3rd monday in March and Septem
Warren. Ist monday in April, and the Tues
day after the Ist moaday iu October.
Hancock. 2d monday in April and October.
Oglethorpe. 3rd monday in April and Oc
Lincoln. 4lb mondny in April and October.
WESTERN CIRCUIT. 8 Counties.
Charms Douobirtv, Judge.
Turner It. Tairrx, Solicitor General.
Clark. 84 monday in February and August.
Walton. 3rd do do
JacksoQr- 4th do do
Qwinnett. 2nd monday io March and Sept.
Hall. 3rd monday in March and September.
Franklin. 2nd monday in April and October.
Habersham. 3rd do do
Rabun. 4th. do do '
OCMULGEE CIRCUIT, 7 Copgtjii.
L. Q. Q. Lamar, Judge.
£©<var» y Solicitor Ocaerql,
Baldwin. 4th ntonday in February and Aug.
Morgan. Ist do March and September.
Greene. 2nd do do
Putnam. 3rd do do
Wilkinson. Istmondayin April, and Tues
day after the lst.monday in Oc'ober.
Jones. 3rd monday in April and October.
Jasper. 4h do do
SOUTHERN CIRCUIT, 13 Counties.
Lott Warrkn, Judge.
Stephen F. Miller, Solicitor General.
Twiggs. 3rd monday in March and Sep
Lowndes, Thursday before the 4th monday
Jn May and November.
Thomas. On the inondays thereafter.
Dooly. 4th monday in March and September.
Decatur. Monday after the 4th monday in
May and November.
Early. On the mondays after the court in
Baker. On the mondays after the court in
Telfair. 3rd monday in April and October.
, Irwin. On the Thursdays after.
Laurens. Ist monday in April, and Wednes
day after the Ist monday in October.
Pulaski. 2nd monday in April aod October.
Appling. 4th inonday ii April and October.
Ware. On the Thursdays after.
FLINT CIRCUIT, 10 Counties.
Christopher B. Strong, Judge
Washiitoton Poe, Solicitor General
Crawford. 3d Monday io Feb’y. and August
Upson 4th do do
Pike Ist dt) io March A* September
Monroe 2d do do
Fay*tt« 3d do do
Newton 4th do do
Butts Ist Monday in April and Thursday af
tef the Ist Monday in October.
Henry 2d Monday in April and October
Houston 4th do do do
Bibb 3d do in May anjd November *•
CHATTAHOOCHEE CIRCUIT, .15 Counties
Grigsby E. Thomas, Judge
James P H Campbell Solicitor General
Stewart 2d monday ip January and July
Randolph Thursday thereafter
Lee 3d monday in January and July
Sumter Thursday thereafter
Marion 4th monday in January and July
Muscogee 2nd monday in February &i Aug.
Talbot. Ist monday in Match and September
Carroli 4th monday in April and October
Harris 2nd monday in March & September
Meriwether 3rd do do ~
Troup 4th do do
Coweta Ist tuonday in April, and Wednes
day after the Ist monday in October *
De Kalb 2nd monday in April and October
Campbell 3rd ■do do
Heard Ist monday in May, and Friday after
the 4th monday in October
CHEROKEE CIRCUIT, 10 Counties.
J. W. Hooper, Judge
William Ezzard, Solicitor General
Cherokee 2nd (Monday in Feb. and August
Fsrsytli 3rd tin do
Lumpkin Thursday after the 3rd monday in
February a/id August
Union 4ih monday in February and-August
Gilmer Thursday after the 4th monday in
Murray Ist monday in March and Seftt.
Floyd Thursday after do <-*
Cass 2nd monday in March and. September
Paulding Thursday after do
Cobb "3rd monday in March and September
Way-'e Last monday in December and May
Camden Ist do in January and June
Glynn 2nd do- *do *
Mclntosh 3rd do do
Bryan 4tb. do do
Liberty • 2nd do do
Bulloch Ist do in February and July
Effingham ‘ 2nd . . * do
Chatham 3rd dp do
Columbia -3rd monday in June, and De
cember - "
Washington 4th monday in January & July
Montgomery Ist do in February and Aug.
Tattnall 2nd do do
Emanuel Ist do in January and July
Scriven 2nd do - do
Burke- Ist do do
Jeff-rson ' . 3rd do do
Richmo'iitl > 4th •do in June and Decembei
Madisph 2nd monday in January St July
Elbert: ■ 3rd do do
Pglethprpe 4th do in January and June
Lincoln Ist do in February and July
Hancock Ist , do in February, and 3rd
in August ‘
• Warren " , 2nd do in February'St August
Wilkes do in May and 4th Sept
Taliaferro 3rd ’'•ffo in May and November
Franklin 4th Monday ii\ Jappary At July
Rabun Ist do in July and Jan.
Gwinnett’ 2nd do in June and Dec.
Jackson 2nd do in January, and
Ist in July - ' * -
Clark 4th .do in October St 2nd
Habersham 2nd do in July St Januarv
, Hall 3rd do in June and'Dec'.
Walton 3rd do in May and Nov.
. OCMULGEE CIRCUIT.
WilTunson. 2nd mOnday in July and Jaauary
Jones. 4th do do
.Jasper. Brd do do
Baldwin. 4th do in May and November.
Greene. Ist Tuesday in January and 2nd
monday in June.
Morgan. Ist monday in June and December.
•Putnam. 3rd do do
Twiggs. 4th monday in January and July
Low.ndes. 3rd monday in January,, and Ist
in June . '
Thomas. Ist monday in January and July
Dooly. 3rd monday in March and September
Decatur. 4ih mouday in January and 2nd
in June. , . <
Early 2nd fnondayin January and July
Baker 4th mopday in January and July -
Telfair Ist monday in April, and 2nd in Oc
Irwin 4th monday in January, and Ist in July
. Laurens Ist mor.day in June and December
Pulaski 3rd do in Januory and July
-Appling 3rd monday in June and December
Ware 4th do do -
' FLINT CIRCUIT.
Bibb Bfdmonday in August and February
Houston 4th - * do in July and January
Butts . 2d do in January and July
Crawford 3d do in May and November
Upson * 4tb do do
Pike Ist do in June and December
Monroe 2n*l do do
Fayette 3rd do in June, and 2d in Jan.
Newton 4th do in June and December
Htftry 3id do do
Stewart Tuesday after the Ist Monday in
January and July
Randolph Thursday after the Ist fhonday
in January and July
Lee 4th monday in May and November
K Sumter Ist monday in June and September
arion 3rd monday in May and November
uscogee Ist monday fn Jape and December
AUGUSTA, (GEO.) MONDAY, APRIL 29, 1833.
Talbot Ist monday in February and August
Carroll Ist do do
Harris 2nd monday in June and December
Meriwether Ist monday in May and Novem
Troup 3rd monday in June and December
Coweta 4tb do do
DeKatb 2nd monday in July and January
Campbell 2nd monday in June and Decem
Heard Ist monday in February and July
Cherokee 2d monday in April and October
Forsyth 3d do do do
Lumpkin 4th do do do
Union Ist do in Afay and November
Gilmer 2d do do do
.Murray 3d do do do
Floyd 4th do do do
Cass Ist do in June and December
Paulding 2d do do do
Cobb 3d do do do
List of county officers, in the several
counties of the Cherokee Circuit.
Samuel Jones, Sheriff; Jesse L. Riley,
Clerk Superior Court; M. P. Quiliian,
Clerk Inferior Court; James Martin, Re
<&iver of Tax Returns ; Thomas Moore,
Collector; John H. Hanson, County
Surveyor; Dr. Ira R. Foster, Cotooer.
Win. Morris, Clerk Superior Court;
R. B. Harris, Clerk Inferior Court; T.
K. Martin, Sheriff; Thomas Tanner, Tax
Collector; John Mullins, Receiver of
James Crow, Sheriff; Arthur Gilbert,
Clerk Superiur Court; Joseph Jackson,
Clerk of Inferior Court; Lewis Gladdis,
Tax Collector; Alexander W. Greet,
Receiver of Tax Returns.
Nelson Dickerson, Clerk of Superior
Court; John Sloan, Clerk Inferior Court;
James C. Barnett, Sheriff; M. W. John
son, Tax Collector ; William Gillohoo,
Receiver of Tax Returns.
Joel D. Hicks, Clerk Superior Court;
Elisha Brooks, Clerk of Inferior Court;
William J. Hogue, Sheriff; W. G. Do
Edward G. Rogers, Clerk of Superior
Court; P. W. Hemphil., Clerk Inferior
Court; Andrew H. Johnson, Sheriff; J.
3mith\vic.k, Surveyor ; Lemuel Milligan,
Coroner; S. T. Mayo, Tax Collector;
P. Ranholph, Receiver Tax Returns.
John P. Brook, Sheriff; Franklin Dan
iel, Clerk Superior Court; Wm. Grisham
Clerk Inferior 'Court ; Luke Langton,
Coroner ; Robert Green, Surveyor.
• Benjamin F. Adair, Sheriff; Chester
Hawks, Clerk Superior Court; X Ran*
kin, Clerk Inferior Court; W. Dimroa,
Tux Collector ; E. R. Forsyth, Receivei
Tax Returns ; N. Goodwin, County Sur
veyor ; John Pack, Coroner.
L. Hufsteller, Sheriff; Thomas Bur
ndtt, Cioik Superior Court; Henry K.
Quiilian, Clerk Inferior Court.
L. Strickland, Clerk Superior Court ;
John Jolly, Sheriff.
SHERIFF’S SALES FOR APRIL
IN CHEROKEE COUNTY.
Will be sold, at Cherokee Court-House, on the Ist
Tuesday in May next:
No. Pist. Sec. prop, of In favor of
284 16 4 Edmund Hicks, O. Maxcy
325 23 4 John Boise, \V. Boynton
257 28 3 Elijah Nash, Bayle 4 Webb
50 19 1 R. Bl .clistock, A. F. Woolcy
74 14 2 R. Wilkinson, John Waltham
J 099 19 2 do. do.
307 11 4 D. Strickland, John Boyd
179 33 Alary Page. John Kelly
180 14 1 Joseph Roe, E &If Byne and
311 5-3 Samuel Forbes, John Boiie
1 175 24 . 2 H. W. Waterson, do.
. 970 2 2 (». D. Luster, do.
485 33 W.W.Barrptt. do.
22' 19 9 James Eakin, Hide &, Boiie
102 8 4 Elijah Nash, Boyle &. Webb
699 18 * 4 M. Wilhight, Henry H. Field
321 4 4 James' kaggs, P. T. Biddle
1307 14 1 J. W. Glass. P. T Biddle
51 22 2 9. Williams, ■ do. '
Cs 6 .32 D. Cockran, Barden A Brown
132 2 2 P. T. Biddle, Smith 4k Wright
- 167 6 ' 3 do. James M. Carter
587 1 ' 2 Amos King, Win. C. Osborn •
826 4 '4 James Atwell, do.
. 229 6 2- John Griffith, do.
556 17 3 W. Mitchell, do.
259 13 2 M. D. White, do.
310 8 2 C. F. McKenzie, John Fife
223 .24 - 2 Riley Collins, do.
487 3 1 E. R Reynolds, J. 11-* W H Pope
40 23 2 W. llußbartl, F. Andoe
4389 ** 26 2 Eli Wood, R T Banks
275 15 2 T. Lovelady, Andrew Miller
205 .27 3 S. Peppers, E. P. Goodrich
307 11 4 D. Strickland, John Boyle.
Two negroes, Phoon and Susan, and a carri
age, property of Rheuben Thornton, in favor of
Smith & Bobbin. , -
One negro girl, Eliza, property of Joseph Wa
terskin favor of Winchester Dumas.
One road wagon, oxen, and lumber, property
of Jesse Day in favor of Barron & Irwin
One i idle gun, property of Thos. York, in fa
vor o l John Boston. „
r ' JOHN JOXLY.'Sheriff.
Sand Hill Property For Sale.
TH£ subscriber offers his pleasant
and*conveniently situated Lot and
improvements, on the Sand Hills. The
Lot contains ten Acres of ground, the.im
proyements consist of a dwelling House
with 5 rooms, a Kitchen, with 4 servants
rooms, and a Stable and Carriage House.
There is a Garden and a number of fruit
and ornamental Trees on the tot, also a
well of good tyater. For terms apply to
W. P. Beers or A. Richardson.
JNO F. LLOYD.
April 12 . Iw3w 44
THE Copartnership heretofore existing be
tween the in the Practice of
Law, is this day dissolved by mutual consent;
They * ill both attend to the unfinished business
of the firm until it is closed; and persons indebt
ed to them for professional service can make
payment tq either.
Os Earthen and China Ware.
T HE.ub,evicts halve recently received, per
snips Olive Branch and Ganges, at Savan
nah, from Liverpool direct, £A6 packages of
Earthen and China Ware, which makes thei r
fall stock in every respect complete, and embra
ces every variety of blue, black, brown, pink,
and purplfe DiHntr and Tea Ware—Persian
plates, dishes, teas, bowls, atidjqgs, of entire
new patterns, at prices unusually low—together
with every article of enameled, edged, C. C. and
Their assortment will bear comparison' with
any ever offered in the Southern country, and
earnestly invite merchants, and others, who'
havetisually bought in Charleston, or elsewhere,
'o an examination for themselves bGfore mak
f future purchases. Prices will be found low
a 1. terms liberal. Every attention will be paid
to orders, both in selecting and packing—none
but experienced packers being employed by us.
They have also for Sale, every variety of cut
and plain . Hall Lampr, Astral Lamps, and
Shades extra, Billiard and Liverpool Suspend
ing Lamps and Glasses extra, fine gilt China
Tea Sets—Jugs, Plates, Teas, and Coffees, Li
quor cases, be
I*. B. TAYLOR & Cos.
• No. 266 Btoad st. under the Masonic Hall.
And 363, one door below the Merchants' and
Augusta. Dec. 7 108 ts
Steam Boat Office.
Savanah, April 19, 1833.
Notice.— -The annual meeting of the
Stockholders of the Steamboat Company
of Georgia, will take place agreeable to
the Constitution, at their Office in the
city of Savannah, on the second Mon
day in May, next at 10 o’clock, A. M
at which lime an election will be held
for thirteen Directors, to serve for one
year from that date.
Absent Stockholders may by power of
attorney, under seal, authorise any other
Stockholder to represent them.
Wm. E. LONG.
Btc'ry <s• Trias. S. B. C.
April 24 td 49
(CHAMPAIGNE WINE, &c.
J. ml Baskets first quality Champaign Wine
10 boxes French Wines, consisting of Chateau
Neuf, red and white Hermitage, Sauterne, be.
Casks Claret Wine
10000 first quality Havana Cigars
2 bbls Northern Shell Barks, Brazil, Pecan
and Hasle Nuts, Almonds, Prunes Raisins, in
whole and half boxes, Figs, fresh Tamarinds, be
A few casks very fine pickled Cod Fish.
LAMBACK b RUSE.
April 15 45
, OFFERS FOR SALE.
tJv V pieces Cotton Bagging on liberal
Also l In the Magasine
600 kegs FF and FFF Dupont’s Gtm Powder
10 do Eagle Powder in 26 Canisters
20 half kegs Eagle Powder do loose.
PILLOT & LE BARBIER.
Next Line of Fouv Horse
Running from Salem, N. V. to Wythe C. House
in Virginia, three times a meek and back
r JTHIS Line starts from Salem every Monday,
_l_ Wednesday and Friday at 5 o'clock, A. M.
and arrives at Wythe Court House at 6<o’clock,
P. M. the next day. At the same hour that the
Stages leave Salem, they also leave Wythe Court
House and arrive aj Salem at 6 o’clock P. M.
on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. This,
Line is so arranged as to correspond in its ar
rivals at Wythe Court House, with the arrivals of
the Great Lines leading through the valley of
Virginia.—lt also correspond in its arrivals at
Wythe Court House with the arrivals of a tri
weekly line running between that place and the
Salt Sulphur, the Red Sulphur b White Sulphur
Springs in Virginia, which has been lately estab
fished.— At Salem n correspond* with the ar
rivals of Smith's Piedment Line, and the Raleigh
Line, both of which run three times a week. The
Route passsees within a mile of the Pilot Moun
tain through Bethnnia Betlmbara by Mount Air
y, crossqg the Blue Ridge at Ward’s Gap, goes
by Poplar Camp Furnace and the Lead Mihesof
Wythe, and affojds some interesting scenes to
those that admire the sublimity of nature. The
accommodations of diet, lodging, be, are excel
lent and cheap. The subscriber hesitates not to
recommend his teams and drivers as first rate.
His coaches are most excellent—being newly
procured from Troy, New-York.
Fare through the whole route 5 dollars—way
passengers 6$ cents a mile.
O* The utmost care and attention will be paid
to baggage and other things entrusted to his care,
but the subscriber will not be liable for acci
dents. D. WALKER.
07 The Constitutionalist, at Raleigh. The
Camden Journal and the Georgia Courier will
insert the-above six weeks and forward their ac
count to the proprietor a( Mount Airy, Surry co.
March 1 6w 26
1 OFFER FOR SALE, my unexpired Lease
on the Fire Proof Ware house w.'.ich I nbw
occupy on Broad street—the lease of which ex
pires on the first of October, 184(X The present
moment offers greater inducements for men qf
•capital, influence, and enterprise, to embark in
it than at any period for 15 years past; and cir
cumstances, entirely beyond control is the only
cause of my wishing to relinquish it. The pro
perty is offered at‘private sale until the first
Tuesday in May next, and if not previously dis
posed of, will then be sold at Auction, at the
lower Market House. In the mean time, I shall
continue to transact business for my friends, as
usual, and shall use every exertion with them,
for a continuance of their custom, to my succes
sors. Terms will be liberal.
i JOHN C. HOLCOMBE.
April 17 46 td
A comfortable Dwelling House,
with all necessary out buildings, for
lIslH a small family situated on Washing
iUlßkton Street, with a good Gardeo, fee
possession given immediately. For terms apply to
April 24 49 3t
In addition to a heavy Stock on hand, the rubtert
berS are receiving weekly,
A GENERAL ASSORTMENT OP
Intending to keep at all timing a large Stock
which shatl be offered at rediiced prices, Would
.nvite the attention of the' Country Merchants,
and the public. 1
Harness and Skirting Leather ,
And every variety of SHOE LEATHER, and
all the materials and Toojs for Manufacturing at
273) Rrop4 Street.
B. W. FOiiCE A Cos.
U* FORCE’S Boot and Shoe Factory
Jackson street, io the rear of B. W.F. b Co’s
Store, where Boots and Shoes, of every discre
tion are made ami repaired at short notice *
Fel » 27 If
WILL be sold, at the Court House, in Jack
son borough. Scriven County; on the Ist
luasday in May next, between the usual hours
300 acres of pine Land (more
or less,) joining Lands, of Richard Scruggs,
Claiborne Beville, and othera.
One Day Horse, levied on as
the property of Thomas Reddick, tb satisfy two
fi fas. from the Superior Court, of Scriven
County, in favor of Roger L. Gamble.
250 acres of Pine,Land(more of
less) joining Lands, of Peter Reddick, Nicholas
Barr y* Conner, and others levied on as
the property Drury R, Scott, to satisfy three fi.
fas. from a Jugijc«*s Court, in faVbr of Lucy
Miller, Administratrix on Estate of Richard W.
"“S’ sai <l Scott, as principal and James
i ' tv** 6 *.’ s , ecuri ‘y 5 property pointed out by
•fas. IV. Kittles, Levy made and returned by a
ALSO, ~-, . - <
‘ I.Negro Man, named Shade,
levied on as.the property of Abraham Buford,
to satisfy Executions from.a Justice’s Court in
favor of James H. Wade, levy made and rettirn
ed by a Constable.
JOHN C. FERRILL, Sherijr.
A P r » 340 iand
. TO RISNTj -
And immediate possession given,
A comfortable Summer residence,
[fflß near ,he Milledgtville Road, 2 miles,
l|||™_lrom the city, known ns Hall’s place
present occupied by Wm. Wright,
it will be rented for one or five years. For
terms, apply to
CHARLES L. HALL
March 27 wtf
, LOST CHILD.
A LITTLE GIRL, five years old, with fair
skin, blue eyes, light hair, and a remark
ably pleasant countenance, named CAROLINE
HAWKINS BULLOCK, who can read very
well, was lost on the 16th March, six miles east
of CoUrtland, near the road leading to Decatur.
Hundreds of men have searched in every direc
tion throughout the neighborhood, and rto trace
of her can be fouud. The above reward will be
given for her delivery, and any informatiea re
specting her whether dead or alive, thankfully
, . JOHN BULLARD.
April IS, 1833 42 tr -
E7* Diligent search has been ifiadc and as no
trace of the above child can lie fouud, the dis
tressed parents have beeu induced to believe thill
she has been stolen. All Editors will confer a
favor on the deeply distressed, by giving the a
bove nn insertion in their respective papers.
fagSßp The Subscriber expects
to leave this City, oh the
instant—this is therefore to give Notice to his
friends, and to those in particular who live at a
distance from Augusta, who have communicated
with him on the subject of his Profession, that if
they expect his services during this visit, it is re
quisite to give the subject immediate attention—
he wishes tlietti to call without delay, as ha can
not stay beyond the above time.
Those, also, who have had operations partially
performed, are requested to take the first oppor
tunity of having them completed.
His retain on the first of Aiigust next may lie
anticipated, Bnd his utmost endeavors to render
his operations as easy and* satisfactory in evejy
respect, as can be procured iu any country.
April 10 • * ; tiT 43 *
VALUABLE HEAL ESTATE,
WILL be sold, ors accommodating terms
the LOTS, sduated on- the south side of
Broad ,Si re I, belov\ Campbell’s ; Gully and
nearly opposite the Planters’ H&tel, comprising
a front of 190 feet sn Broad street, *it is offered
for sale, ih seperate Lots,’or the whole together,
for further particulars, Enquire of Mr. Robert
Waltoji at the Insurance Bank, or td
Augusta, Fob 25 V ~ j 24 ts ,•
THIRTY_TWOf;Stt*RES IN THE
Merckahts\& Elknters' Bunk.
ENQUIRE AT THIS OTFIC^.
March 8’ 29
' r NOTICE. ~
FOUR months after dai<? application will be
rhade tolhe Honorable Inferior Court of
this County, for feave to sell the estate of Rob-
McCoombs.-'d leased, consisting of Negroes,
Household Fi..ntture, Land, fee
JOHN S. COOMBS, Adm'r.
Jan 3 Up jo4m
AVERY desirable Summer residence near
the Turknett Spring*, all necessary out
buildings, such as Kitchen, Stable, Dairy,
Spring House, fee. fee. with an excellent Gar
den in which there are a great variety of Fruit
Trees, Vegetables, together with a choice col
lection of Grape Vines, of various kinds. The
advantages in obtaining wholesome Water,
which is convenient. a* there me several Springs
near, are great. There are-about three acres
of Land. Titles unquestionable. Enquire of
Sterling T. Coombs, or
A. M WOOLSEY.
April 34) As
NEW fcPMNb fcrOOpS.
Fan L y r d , s r p, * D^«ods,
6-4 Bombasines, black Italian silks
Merrimack.and London /bints
French Dnllg »nd tin*,,, Rpin CnssitnerL
lush Linens in halt pieces, 6-4 Crape Shawji
f ? )[ der^ a nd W 1 . andkerchicf *’ Lace Agings
bilk and Yfelvgt stocks 6 b
Bales 6-4 Dover brown Sheetings
do 7-8 Jackson shillings
do 3 4 brown do
do 7-8 do J)rilJingf
i . ».' AO, Z* 1 ■
-A variety of other Goods suitable f . or
April 8 ■
of Mr - <*
. .»* tornd . nijy-SSSr. -*»
1 dnej and Staple JJfry-Goods
And on the most reasonable . u °OS,
and retail, at ,h. Strati,. 243
Feb 4 S- W WADE.
— -15 it
JU ST RECEIVED, ■
50^11 Bb,S 01,10
vzoq do Cocoanuij
200 Picklbd Toiigucs
100 Smoked -dO
- Smoked Salmon
1000 lbs Pjckted . tfo
10 kits Utilised do '
5 '‘bbls Smoked Beat ~
10 A^i. tE e
: 25 •- . - s6 ; .
lycil"rrom®iKo7eWho TO****"?' wh?ffS"iw
l« strvim uriii ' . nee< * bis professlbh.
Fib* ' ,6 ' '
The New York Steam Packet;
Capt. Jas. pKNNOVEBj
WILL ....... 1,,, „ip, Ch.,|„,,„
and New-Yoik for the Season, by l«*V.
mg new York on Saturday the 20/A April (Inst )
ami will depart from Charleston for New York on
Saturday the 2*\ April(inst.) ind continue™
run as heretofore,leaving New York and Chair*.
*°" *“ c )‘ *weceeding Saturday. This Boat is fill
. and " *P lc, ‘did dining
cabin sfejjtfhde. For passage only apply | 0 *
WILLIAM PATTON, Agent,
No. 6 Fitzsimons’ wharf.
A P r i» *5 45 I6t
\ LL persons indebted to the Estate of ti
fr\, MeCpoffibs, deceased, nie requested to
make payment, and those who have Claim*
against the estate will present them within tfid*
time pre,<- ribpd by law. 0
FOR SALE-Sevehri famififci 0 f negroes,
good House oetvants, Ostler*, and Ploughdmys
•lr£S * and Application to the sub-
Sato and Grist Milk.
_ _ FOR #AiE,
fflHAf Valuable tu«r of LAND.on Spirit
imin » * hl ? un *y. containing about
17°° Acres, & lately in possession’ of Mr. B.Atc-
Ki.nne, deceased—fhrougb the tract rums a never
failing stream of Water, sufficient qf to
work two Saw. and a GMsfrmiH, wfi qh pr.e how
on it. newly built and in complete Operation.-*
With proper attention 30Mfeet of Lumber can
y*, cu ! P* r rt . ree ,oa . d i | . Steam' boat Wijod - ,.
sos which there is great abundance and ready *
sale) can be fealrttd to the river daily by each
wagen, and the row) tb Augusta (nine miles) is
among the ntoal level and firm in tiie State'—
Os the Land, a large proportion is* of the best
pine, interspersed with oak and hickory, and
produces corn, cotton and potatoes equal to moat
of uplands of more .expensive prices. Fog
health, no situation in this county surpasses it
having high and dry situations, with as pur#
Spring Water.as can be found. This valuable
property Is offered foi- sale, at « reduced price,
and on terms that shall suit any person wishing
to purchase. ■ For particulars, apply to
. HENRY' MEALING.
A f )r '. 1 0 wlip 41
A LL Persons Indebted to the Estate of E.
XX Wood by conti-acts made at the Store iti
Augusta, are Requested to make payments to
Mr. John Winter, wild is d-iely othorized to
Receive the Skbne.
*. .. Hale, Exe-r;’’
:Atqfasla, .March 4 • 27 wtd
Alerfchant and Planters* Bank.
The Directors are under the painful necessity
of informing the Pbbiic, that the Bank has
been compelled to suspend payment. The can*,
es which have led to this result, are the heavy
and cootinued demands that hare been mad*
for specie, during the last fiy« weeks; and the re
ports industriously circulated throughout the
country, with a View it it believed, to Impair
confidence .a the stability of the Institution, «nd
bring in suddenly its wt.ole circulation for re
demption. The affairs of the Bank will hr
brought to a dose, as soon as possible; and £
tl.e meantime, the holders o» the Bills are cau
tioned against parting with them at a sacrifice
before fheir value is fully ascertained. '
c , JOSEPH WHEKLER. Pres'l.
Extract froanfim Mindies of the Board