PUBLISHED EVERY OTHER DAY,
MONDAY , WEDNESDAY, <Ss FRIDAY,
AT 2 O’CLOCK, P. M.
Howard's Brick Buildings opposite the Post Office,
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Sales of Land and Negroes, by Administrators, Execu
tors, or Guirdians, arc required, by law, to be lio*d on
the first Tuesday in the month, between the hours of ten
in the forenoon and three in the afternoon, at the Court-
House of the county in which the property is situated.
Notice of those sales must be given tn a public Gazette
SIXTY days pr< vious to the day of sale.
Notices of the ale of personal property must be given
iulike manner, I 'OR TY days previous to the day of sale.
Notices to the debtors and creditors of an estate, must
be published so FORTY days. ,
Notice that application will be made to the Court ot
Ordidarv for leave to sell land, must be published for
•FOUR MONTHS. t ... . J ,
Notice for leave to sell Negroes, mn»< be published for
FOUR MONTHS before auy order absolute shall be made
hereon by the court.
TO prohibit Slavesand free persons of Color
from buying or selling certain articles
in the Market or streets of the City of Augusta.
Sect. Ist. Be it ordained by the City Council
ot Augusta, and it is hereby ordained by the
authority of the same, That from and after the
first day of January next, it shall not be lawful
for any slave or free person of color, to buy
any Corn, Meal, Rice, Ixggs, Butter, or Poul
try in the market or streets of this city for their
own use, in greater quantities than are necessa
ry for their own consumption.
Sect. 2nd. And be it further ordained by the
authority aforesaid, That from and after the
first day of January next, it shall not be lawful
for any slave or free person of color to sell in
either of the markets or streets of this city, any
Corn, Meal, Eggs, Butter, or Poultry, that has
or have been purchased by such slaves or free
persons of color.
Sect. 3d. And be it further ordained by the
authority aforesaid, That where any slave or
free person of color shall be charged by any
person with violating this ordinance, or when
the City Marshall or any of the City Constables
shall know, or have rea: on to believe, that any
slave or free person of color has viol? ted the
same, it shall be the duty of the Marshall or any
of the Constables to arrest such slaves or fre?
persons of color and bring him or her before
auy two members of the City Council, by whom
he or she shall be tried in a summary man
ner (allowing time for the attendance of wit
nesses) and if found guilty shall be punished
with not exceeding thirty nine iashes, or such
punishment may be commuted by the payment
of not exceeding twenty dollars, at the discre
tion of said Members of Council.
Done in’Council the 19th day of December,
JAMES B. BISHOP, Chairman.
By tlie Chairman,
GEO. M. WALKER, Clerk.
TO alter and amend the first Clause ot the
Thirty Eighth Section of the General Ot
Be it ordained by the City Council of Au
gusta, and it is hereby ordained by the authority
of the same, That hereafter the Street Officer
shall be appointed at such time, under such reg
ulations, and for such term of office as the City
Council may determine by Resolution.
Done in Council the 19th day of December,
1835. JAMES B. BISHOP, Chairman.
By the Chairman,
GEO. M. WALKER, Glerk.
Dec 21 151
TO repeal a part of the thirtieth section of
B» it ordained by the City Council of Augus
ta and it is hereby ordained by the authority of
the same, That from and after the first day ot
January next, so much of the said section as im
posed a tax on dogs, be and the same L aereby
Done in Council on the I9ih day of Dec. 1835.
JAMES B. BISHOP, Chairman.
Bv ♦’•t Chairman
GEO. M. WALKFF f j erA .
Jockey Club Races.
Over the Bonaventure Course, 4 miles distant
from the City.
THE following Jockey Club Purses will
be run for, over the above course, under
the exclusive control and direction of the Stew
ards and officers of the Club commencing on
Wednesday the 27th January, 1836, being the
annual meeting of the Club and will continue
Ist day, January 27.
2 mile heats fora Purse of S3OO
2d day, January 28.
3 mile heats for a Purse of SSOO
34 day, January 29.
4 mile heats fora Purse of ’ S7OO
4//i day, January 30.
mile heats best 3 in 5, handicap for
a purse of S2OO
Weights, &c. according to the rules of the
S. J. Club. RICHARD D. ARNOLD,
Dec. 14 118
N. B. Good Stabling and straw may be pro
cured on the premises.
A week or ten days before the Races,the priv
ilege of the Booths will be rented on the Course
to the highest bidder. .
n. W. force & co.
Have on hand, at No. 276 Broad street, in Kerrs
& Graham’s new range, three doorsabove the
PACKAGES of fresh BOOTS
OvfLfA SHOES, a very extensive as
sortment of every article in the line, calculated
io suit the City and Country trade—consisting
in part of
2,000 pair Men’s Calf Brogans and Shoes
3, (XX) do do Kip. do do
5,000 do do coarse do do
2,500 do Boys’ and Children’s coarse and
3,000 do Ladies’ Prunello, Morocco, Seal
skin and leather Boots, Shoes and
.es’ and Gentlemen’s waterproof
Boots and Shoes’"
500 do do do Carpet-and do
Vj" Also a lage stock of LEATHER, such
as Harness and Skirting, Sole and Upper Leath
er, New Yotk, Philadelphia, and Baltimore
Calf Skins, Sealskins, Buckskins, Morocco and
Lining Skins, stout coarse Leather for Negro
Shoes; also, Lasts, Boot and Shoe Trees, Shoe
Thread and all the materials and Tools for
manufactuiing, all of which will be offered to
the consumer and dealer at reduced prices.
FORCE & Co.’s Boot and Shoe Factory
in the rear entrance through their Stole; where
Boots and Shoes of every description are made
Dec 5 145
GEORGIA C'OIT KiJE R.
MT HE Subscriber has rented the house
lately occupied by H.B.Miins,known as
the WESTERN HOTEL, and intends
keeping it a number of years for the accommo
dation “>f travellers &c.
The house is in a healthy part of the city, on
the corner of Green and Centre streets, and is
put in good repair, with entirely new furniture,
good servants, and an excellent cook ; the Bar
furnished with the best liquors of every kind.
Attached to the premises there are large Sta
bles and mts, suited to the accommodation of
horse dealers, for whom there will be constantly
on hand a full supply of provender.
At the Stables will be kept all sorts of hacks,
or long or short excursions; and horses for
ale, matched or single.
Call and make an experiment, and yotircom
fort and interest will be the care and pride of
* Nov. 4 ts 131
RS. BERNARDS RENOVATING
• LIQUID for extracting all kinds of Oils,
Paints, Tar, and Grease from the most delicate
coloured Silks, Satins, Cloths, Bombazines, or
Velvets, without injuring in the least their Col
our or Texture.
This recent and valuable chemical discovery
is offered for sale by the subscriber. —It almost
supersedes the necessity of dying, and the
scourer’s “Vocation is gone.” Fifty cents
worth will secure a Bacon Merchant’s breech
es from criticism for 12 months. It acts like a
charm upon silks of the finest texture, by in
stantly removing the taints of grease, without
in the least affecting the fabric itself —the most
inveterate lodgments of wax upon Coat Collars,
fly before it like dust before 4 brush. It is no
Quackery but the tine secundum artem mode of
appearing decent in old clothes at the least im
aginable expense. It is offered to Gentlemen at
50 cents a Phial, and all other sorts of people
can have it at the same price.
No danger need be apprehended in using it
upon the finest and most delicate Silks—nor is it
like the soaps so commonly advertised in our
days, which removing one evil, almost invaria
bly produce another of double size—nor does it
require the preparatory meansofall other renova
tors —such as hot irons and the like. Only a lit
tle clean water, according to the directions, is
wanting. Oil or Grease ofuny kind can be ex
tracted from the most delicate coloured carpets,
without the usual trouble of taking them up. If
used according to the directions, it will at once
extract every particle of grease from the finest
Cloth, or most delicate Silks, without injuring
in the least the colour or texture.
For sale by TURPIN & D’ANTIGNAC.
[August 13 96] Augusta Geo.
FQYHE Executive Committee of the Hartford I
.H. County Silk Society, have commenced a
publication, called the Silk Cultuiist and Far~
The object of the publication is to disseminate
a through knowledge of the cultivation of the
Mulberry Tree, in all its varieties —the rearing
of Silk Worms—the production of Cocoons,
and the reeling of Silk, in the most approved
method. The importance of this knowledge
will appear from the fact that the nett profits ot
of landdevoted to the culture of Silk, is double,
if not triple, tothat derived from ;yiy other crop
which can he put upon it. It is also a fact,that
very moderate farmer tan raise several hun
dred dollars worth ofsilk, without interfering
with his ordinary agricultural operations. But
in order to avail himself of this facility to obtain
competency and wealth, which our soil and
climate have given him, )»•* tmn-
spR of information on the subject—for without
it his attemps will be fruitless. Il is, therefore I
the object of the Committee to diffuse this in-1
formation as extensively as possible, and at the |
cheapest rate. The publication will contain a
complete manual or directory from sowing the
seed to reeling the Silk, together with such
facts and experiments, as will enable farmers
to raise Silk, and prepare it for market, without
further knowledge or assistance. It will also
contain interesting matter on agricultural sub
jects in general.
Terms. —TheCulturist will be published in
monthly numbers of Eight Quarto Pages, at
Fifty Cents a year. No subscription will be re
reived unless paid in advance, and for not less
than a year.
Subscriptions received by F. G. Comstock
Sec’y, Hartford, Conn., to whom also, Commu
nicationsmay be addresesd, which if post paid
will be attended to.
O’ Editors who will copy the above, shall
receive the publication for one year.
Hartford, April, 1835. 60
BOOK, or The Housekeeper’s Guide,
Price.2s cents. Sold only at No. 2 Frankfort
street, opposite Tammany Hall. The above
work contains all the most Valuable Receipts
for the various branches of Cooking, compiled
from the best authorities, together with numer
ous approved receipts, for Brewing, Preserving
Fruits, and making -Pickles and Cordials, Jel
lies, &c. with an appendix containing a variety
of receipts and directions useful in families,
nr The N. Y. Sun says: “It is COMPRE
HENSIVE and VALUABLE and EVERY
FAMILY should buv a copy.” AIso—SEARS’
VIEW OF THE WORLD, embellished with
' Engravings. Price 12} cents. This valuable
sheet of Historical and Geographical informa
tion, has been carefully compiled from the lat
est American and Eurojftan Geographies, Voy
ages and Travels, in which the various Em-
Eires, Kingdoms, Republics, States, Principal
slands, Colonies and Discoveries of Europe,
Asia, Africa and America, alphabetically ar
ranged, are shown at one glance, and included
in a single line, with the situation, extent, chief
cities, their population, distances in British
miles from London, Produce, Government,
Revenue, Military and Naval strength, Arts,
Religion, &c. A liberal discount by the quan
tity. Active men wanted, to retail the above.
Nov. 23 ts 139
T’r Conntry Merchantsand Pedlars supplied
with the above Workson very reasonable terms.
Orders from the country (postpaid) punctually
FOUR months after date application will be
made to the Court of Ordinary of Rich
mond county, for leave to sell four Negroes,
namely, John, George, Lucy, and Nancy, Be
longing to the estate of Robert W. M’Keen, de
ceased: H. BOW DRE, Adm’r.
Nov. 2, 1835 130 mlm
BROUGHT to Augusta Jail on the 26th
November-, a mulatto man; calls himself
TOM; five feet 4 inches high ; about 21 years
old; says he belongs to Col. Elmore of South
On the 28th November, a dark negro man;
calls himself NED; about 5 feet 6 inches high;
has lost all the fingers off his right hand; says
he belongs to Patrick Car, near Columbus, Ga
Owners are requested to come forward, prove
property, pav expences, and take them from
jail- G. S. CLARKE, Jailor. '
Dec 7 w3t 115
AUGUST/l, GEO., WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 30, 1835.
FALL AND WINTER GOODS.
SNOWDEN & SHEAR.
Respectfully announce to their
friends in thejcity and country, that by
recent arrivals they have received a very large
and splendid assortment of staple and fancy dry
Goods, suitable for the Fall and winter season ;
comprising a great variety of new and fashion
able articles of the latest importations; making
their assortment the largest and most complete
that they have ever offered to the public. Among
Extra 6-4 French Mennoes, of Lupin’s manu
facture, and of richest and most fashionable
coio rs (decidedly the best article imported)
Superior 3-4 colored and Black Merino Circas
sians, of the soft finish, for Ladies Dresses,
and of very superior styles.
Extra double width black French Bombazines,
Superior black and colored Bombazines,
Plain colored Chally’s (very rich ami most
New style fancy colored Figured Silks, for La
Extra single and double width black Gro de
Rines (of splendid lustre,)
Heavy and very superior blackGro de de Swiss
Extra rich black Itallian Lustrings,
Superior white and black Satins, and black
Superior black and green Sarsinetts and Sin
Extra rich colored Gro de Naps and Poult de
Superior Pongees, and black French Crapes.
Extra rich embroidered and printed Thibet
Wool Shawls and Hdkfs. of the latest and
most fashionable styles,
Superior plain black Thibet Wool Hdkfs, for
mourning (three sizes,)
Extra plain, white black, and fancy colored
Rich embroidered scarlet Thibet. Wool Hdkfs.
Hemani Shawls and Hdkfs.' and fancy Crape
Plain black love hdkfs. and black love veils for
A vety large supply of Prussian Valencia, and
Gentlemen’s superior Pongee, India and Eng
lish Silk Hdkfs. (extra size,)
Youth’s and Children’ssuperior Pongee Hdkfs.
Ladies superior hem stitch, and plain broider
ed Linen Cambric Hdkfs.
A large supply of Madrass, Turkey Red and
Cotton Bandanna Hdkfs.
Linen Cambric, of a very superior style and
Imitation Linen Cambric, and Bishop Lawns,
White and Green colored Oil Silks and Oil
Extra jet audblue black Silk Velvets for Vest
Superior green, crimson, maroon, and royal
purple colored Silk Velvets,
Superior white and black Tabby Velvets,
Extra rich and new style Belt Ribbons,
Superior p’ain Taffila Satin Bonnet Ribbons.
Splendid Grodeville Prints, oflhe latest French
style (warranted last colors,)
Superior Turkey-Red Piints(small figures for
A very large supply of English and American
- Prints (latest styles,)
Superior plain and figured Swiss Book, and
Extra Oriental and very superior Check’d
Superior plain Jackonet and Cambric Muslins
Rich fig’d and plain Bobbinetts,
Superior Thread Edgings and Insertings,
Bobbinett and Grecian Quillings, and Bobbin
Black and fancy colored Worsted Trices,
Needle-workod Musfin Edgings and Insertings
A very large supply of Needle-worked Muslin
Capes and Collars, of the latest Paris styles,
and at reduced prices, (some splendidly
Infant’s Needle-worked Caps, on. Linen cam
bric, and worked bodies for Infants Dresses,
Ladies superior black and Chincilia Fur .Tip
pets, (some with long ends)
Ladies white Down Fur Stocks,
Extra blue, black, and fancy colored Cloths and
Superior BuffCassimcrs and French Erminetts.
Extra blue, brown, mixt, and lavender Sattin
Superior fancy striped and corded Sattinnetts.
Superior Silk, Valentia, Swansdown; and Mar
Superior German Goat’s Hr.ir and English
Superior white Welch, Silecian, and Thibet
Gauze Flannels (warranted not to shrink.)
A large supply of superior Red Flannels, an-d
White Canton Flannels,
Superior Salisbury Flannels, and spotted Cir
casins, for children’s Dresses.
Superior 7-8 and 4-4 Irish Linens, (soft finish
warranted the best style)
Heavy 5-4 and 6-4 L-nen sheetings.
Superior 3-4 and 7-8 long Lawns.
Huckaback, (a heavy and very superior article
Superior Table, Scotch, Russia, and Bird’s-eye
Superior 8-4, 10-4 and 12-4 Damask Table
Superior white Doyles’and Damask Napkins.
Superior Silicia Diapers for fine Towels.
Blue, green, and drab printed Piano and Table
Superior crimsoned and green Worsted Da
mask Table Covers.
A large supply of 3-4, 7-8, and 4-4 Furniture
Dimities (extra style and quality.)
A large supply of German and Domestic Cot
Superior Corded Skirts and Sleeve Stiffeners.
Ladies’ Corsets, No 1,2, 3,4, 5, and 6, of supe
rior style, (Mrs. Weatherby’s manufacture.)
Ladies’superior white black ami fancy colored
open worked Silk Gloves.
Ladies’ superior white and black English and
French Silk Gloves.
Ladies’ extra white black and colored H. S.
Gentlemen’s extra Buck, Doe, and black and
colored H. S. Gloves.
Gentlemen’s and Youth’s very; superior Wollen
Ladies’ superior Wollen Gloves.
Ladies’superior white and black English Silk
Ladies’ superior white black and slate colored
Merino and worsted Hose.
Ladies’ superior white black and printed Cotton
Misses superior white Cotton Hose.
Gentleman’s superior white and black English
Silk J Hose.
Gentlemen’s superior white and mixt Lamb’s
Wool J Hose.
Gentlemen’s superior white and mixt Angola }
Gentlemen's superior white t nd random } Hose
Youths’ superior mixt Angola } Hose, (three
A large supply of Children’s scarlet and fancy
worsted Hose and Grecian Boots.
A large supply of heavy Woollen Hose for ser
Ladies’ superior Merino, Crape Camblet, and
Gentlemen’s Camblet and Plaid Cloaks,
Very rich Gilt and Cut Glass Bend Bag’, (new
Hemming’s best quality Drilled Eye Needles,
and Kirby’s Patent Pins.
Rodgers’ best quality of Scissors.
A large supply of superior Shell Side, Puff, and
A large supply of superior Brazilian Side,Neck,
and Tuck Combs.
Superior .Ivory fine and Dressing Combs.
Clarks’ spool Cotton, (200 and 300 yds.)
Taylor’s Persian Thread, on spools, (a new and
very superior article.)
Superior black, blue, and colored Cotton Thread
Blue, black, and coloured Italian Sewings.
Black and colored Silk Braids, Linen Tapes
Ladies’ Oriental Bonnets, Gipsey and Cottage
shapes, (latest style.)
Ladies'Lace and Florence Bonnets, (Gipsey
and Cottage shape.)
Ladies’ very superior English fine straw and
Vandyke Bonnets, (Gipsey shape.)
Ladies’and Misses’ Blond Silk Bonnets.
A large supply of superior Ingrain Carpeting,
A supply of Damask Venetian Carpeting, all
wool, (very rich colors.)
5-8,3-4 and 4-4 rich Venetian Striped Carpeting
for stairs and halls.
7-8, 4-4, 9-8, 5-4, 6-47-4, and 8-4 heavy Oil-cloth
A very large supply of Brussels Hearth Rugs,
to match the carpets. -
Carpet Binding, and Green Cords for blinds.
A large supply of very superior Whitney and
Rose Blankets, (extra sizes and quality.)
A very large, supply of Duffel and Point Blan-
kets, (extra size and quality.)
Superior 4-4 English Long Cloths.
Slater’s 4-4 Premium Bleached Shirtings. x
Superior 3-4 7-8, and 4-4 Bleached Shirtings,
Superior 5-4 Bleached Phoenix and Waldham
A large supply of Brown Shining and S het
Brown Drills, Tickings, Apron, and Furniture
Russia Sheetings, Ticklcnburghs, and Osna
Red Paddings, Buckram, and heavy Topsail
Heavy Negro Kerseys,and Plaid Linseys for fe
The above, with many other articles for fam
ily use, have been selected with great care for
the city and country trade, and will be sold at
the lowest prices. The public are respectfully
invited to call and examine the assortment.
Country merchants will be supplied on the most
Oct 20 128
(JE(»KGIA, F 77 77-
Richmond County. ! June Term ’ 1835 ;
the Honorable John Schley, Judge of the Su
FHYHE Petition ofEbcnezer Starnes sheweth
that at the last term of this court, your pe
titioner obtained an order for the establishment
of a certain lost promissory note of tenor and
effect as follows:
“ Ist September, 1831. On the first day of
January, 1832, I promise to pay Hugh Knox
or order one hundred and seventy-five dollars
for value received. (Signed) Oliver Sage, and
endorsed Hugh Knox and James H. Gardner.
Your petitioner therefore prays, that said or
der be extended, and that the rule Nisi, which
was then granted, may again be granted to your
petitioner, EBENEZER STARNES.
In consideration of the above petition, it is
ordered, that Oliver Sage and Hugh Knox be
required to show cause, if any they have, at the
next term of this court, why the above copy
should not be established in lieu of the original
note,.and that copies ofthis rule be served on the
said Oliver Sage and Hugh Knox twenty days
before the sitting of the next court, if they or
either of them be resident within the State; if
not, then tjiis rule to be published in some pub
lic gazette in this State, for the space of tlnee
months. [A true extract from the minutes.
JAMES M’LAWS, Clerk.
25 _ 11
WHEREAS Philip H. Mantz Administra
tor on the Estate of John G. Bowers de
ceased Applies for letters of Dismissary—
All persons concerned, are hereby noti ed to
be an appear at my office within the lime pre
sc.iibed by lawtoshow cause (if any they have)
why said letters should not be granted.
Given under mv hand at office, October 2
1835. GEORGE M. WALKER, C. C. O.
Oct. 2 112
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All communications intended lor competi
tion will be handed to the several Committees
of Examination on the first of January next,
and the awards will be announced immediate!}'
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will consist of the first literary gentlemen in
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"H OST, on Sunday last, between Warren
-B-Jton and Augusta, a small Wallet, contain
ing between 6 and 700 dollars, in Bank Notes,
principally of the Darien Bank, and sundry pa
pers. The Wallet has the owner’s name mark
ed on it in four places. The above reward
will be given to any person who shall return it
to the Augusta Courier Office, or at Mr. Har
l ris’s Hotel in Warrenton,|or“ at the Circus th
j Augusta. J. W. BANCKER.
Nov. 25 ts 140
I' B”' J Levy a tax on nine pin alleys, ten pinal
-&L. leys, and other alleys.
Be it ordained by the City Councilor Augus
ta, and it iS— hereby ordained by the authority of
the same, That irom and after the thirty-first
day ol December, 1835, there shall be a tax on all
nine pin alleys, ten pin alleys, and all other al
leys, on which pins are used for the same pur
pose,which shall be levied and collected as other
Taxes now are under the General ordinance of
Done in Council on the 19th day of Dec. 1835
JAMES B. BISHOP, Chairman.
Bv the Chairman
GEO. M. WALKER, CZerZ'.
ON the first Tuesday in Feb.uary next agree
able to ap order of the Justices of the Inte
rior Court of Richmond county, sitting for Or
dinal}' purposes—will be sold at the Court
House in Henry county, one forth of an undi
vided Tract of Land situated lying and being
in said county, and known Lot No. 247 in the
12th District.' The same b«ing the interest of
Robert Bugg (a minor,) in said Land.
A. RHODES, Guardian.
Nov 23 i3f)
The Georgia Coustitutionalist.
THIS paper is punted daily and three times
a week during six months of tire year;
twice a week during the oilier six months, and
another paper is printed weekly during the
whole year. The daily at $8 per annum, $5
sor k six months; the tri-weekly at $5, and the
weekly at $3.
The Constitutionalist is now so well known,
that it is unnecessary jo give a description of
the character it has assumed. The editors,
however, can assure their patrons that fbr politi
cal and commercial information, it will not be
surpassed by any paper in the South, having
made additional arrangements for obtaining the
earliest news from abroad, political as well as
commercial. All political and commercial in
telligence, will appear in the three papers pub
lished at this office.
The editors flatter themselves, by industry,
and strict attention to business, to render their
paper acceptable to their kind and numerous
patrons, and to deserve an increase of patron
age, which they respectfully solicit from their
fellow citizens of Georgia.
GUIEU & THOMPSON.
Augusta, Oct. 1, 1835.
SU 1» I» UE MEN TTO IDE GIAHi E?
Prospectus of the Congressional Globe.
r'R 'HE success of the experiment we have
.1. made to furnish a succinct history of the
proceedingsol Congress, from day to day, with
sketches of the Debates, induces the undersign
ed to persevere in their plan to extend and per
fect it. They have, resolved that the Congress
ional Globe shall not only embody the parlia
mentary annals of the country, but shall also
furnish an Appendix, which shall contain the
finished speeches of the prominent speakei on
the most important subjects, written out by the
members themselves, from the notes and printed
sketches of the Reporters.
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BLAIR & RIVES.
Washington City, October 14,1835.
FIVE DOETjARS REWARD.
IOST on the L7th instant, in this citv. a flat
J GOLD SEAL and WATCH KEY. The
chain had worn in two. Any person finclir?'
the same and leaving them at the Eagle & Phr
nix Hotel, shall receive the above reward.
J. J. HARRISON.
Nov. 20 ts 138
WILL be sold, at the Plantation of the
Subscriber, three miles and half above
Augusta, (Westover,) on the first Thursday in
January next, all the farming stock, provisions
and utensils on said Farm, consisting of:
Corn, Fodder, Oats, Live Stock of all kinds,
and various implements of husbandry.—Terms
made known on the dav of sale.
AUGUSTUS B. LONGSTREET.
Dec. 23 2wtd 152/*
ADMINISTRATOR’S NOTI f
A LL persons indebted to Robert- »V. M’-
Keen, deceased, are requeued to make
payment to the undersigned; ajxfthose holding
claims against said deceased are required to
hand in an account of thejrdeniands within the
I time prescribed by law.
H. BOWDRE, Adm’r
Nov 2 130 w6t
JAC FOR SAIjE.
THE Subscix 6 ? rs sell the lull blooded
Jack, ACK PRINCE, aged six years
He is bv 7-1 imported Malta Jack, out of e fine
Spanish Jinney, and has proved himself, in a
neio-Jiboring county, last season, a sure foal get
tP.-, he is 14 hands and one inch high. For
‘ enns, apple to
J. AD. MORRISN.
Dec 9 3t 146
| CITY' SHERIFF’S SALE.
! ’ ILL he sold on the first Tuc day in Jan-
V V nary next, at the lower Markm House
tn Augusta between (he usual houtsuf sale.
A Lot and improvements'bounded N< t th by
Pickering’s and Children of Goodman'.-L< ts,
South by Green Street, East by Lol
belonging to Cornelia Walker and Wc<t by
Lot formerly belonging to William Walker.
Levied on under a fi. fa. Kerrs &. Graham vs
five feet seven inches cu Green Woe.'- at.<i r; a
ning half way th lough to Ellis $ a:. SUd
subject to a Mcitgage in favor utC- urge Jack
son. Tetnis Cash.
WILL JAM MOODY, D. S..C. A.
__EN ECU'i’dl’S 'SA L4i.
K i ’HE undersigned, under an authoritv ves'-
ed in them, offer sale, by piivaie"c6ntract
the following property, being part oi the Estate
of Thomas Cumming, Esq. deceased viz:
A PLANTATION in Columbia county on the
waters of Euchee Creek, about sixteen miles
irom Augusta, on the Appling road, containing
about twenty three hundred acres of land, of
which about one thousand acres are cleared,
and the remaining thirteen hundred, of good
quality, and well timbered: adjoining lands of
Beal], Martin, Cliett, and others. The premi
ses now occupied by Col. Paul Fitzsimptis.
A Tract of Pine Landin Richmor I conjiiy
containing about fifty acres, on which l! t- ...
valuable Cludtrvy of white freestone,
known as the '-''l'ne Wacfe” -about ft.
from Augusta on the old Milledgevih ' Road
and nearthe line of the Georgia Rail Road
Between two and three hundred acres ofpvne
Land, lying west of the village ofSummcro-bo.
on the Sand Hills, and adjoining lands of J. mg
street, Fox, Blodgett, and others.
Several building Lots in the villag? of Sum
merville, near the Academy.
The large Vacant Lol, in the citv of ' ■■ ■ z sa
on the north side of Greene street’nea o >o
site the City Hall, and extending from G: ne
to Ellis street, by which it is bounded on the
Ten Shares of the Eagle and Phoenix Hotel
Stock, and three shares of Stock in the Vau
cluse Manufacturing Company
Persons wishing to purchase are requested«to
examine the property and to make application
to either of the undersisned-
W ILL IAMC UM MING, )
ROBERT F. POE, } Executors.
HENRY. H. CUMMING. S
July 13 . ts 83
LIN < ULN siTeriff“sali<k7‘
WILL be sold at Lincoln Court House, on
the first Tuesday m January next, with
in the usual sale hours, Three Hundred Aczes
of Land, lying in Lincoln county, on tr.evaters
of Fishing Creek, now in the possession •fMr.
E. N. Moss; levied on as the properly of Lewis
R. Beaman, to satisfy a fi fa Irom Lit ci Hi .su
perior Court, Robert S. Sayre against said Bea
man and Alexander Moss, security. Property
pointed out by said security.
A negro man named Luke, >rs
old, levied on as the property of Rairrtolpb }’ iu;-
say, under a fi fa, R. & B. Haviland vs John
W. Scuddy and Randolph Ramsay—properly
pointed out by John Bently, trustee lor - .•id
Ramsay. 'HARDY LEVERITT, S<ff.
Nov 30 tcL i-l"-- X,
UITY~3IARS IS ALI /s' S ALE.
WILL be sold, < n the 26 : h jnst, at the low-
■ er Market Housejin the City of Am.'t;s
ta, within the usual hours of sale, if not pre
viously called for, one mare MULE, taken up
under the City ordinances. The owner is re
quested to come lot ward, pay charges and take
her away. MITCHELL NELSON, C. M.
V Dec 11 id 147
1A NCOIN Sil EH IFF SALES.
WILL be sold on the first Tuesday in
March 1836, at Lincoln Court
House, between the usual hours of sale, the fol
lowing Negr. es, viz:
Nancy, William, Sarah, s’ary, Harriet, Ma
ry, Maria, Mat tha, Micajah, Elizabeth, Win
ny, Tom, America, Ilcniv, Jack, Sidnev, Bob,
Ignatius, Aggy, St< phen, and Henry: Levied
on ’as the property of Zimry W. Tate under a
Mortgage fi fa from Wilkes Superior Court in
favor of Lawrence P. P. Tate—property point
ed out in said Mortgage.
JOHN B. M’LEAN, Dep. S. L. C.
Dec 28 153
BANK OF AUGUS TA SIO4 Jk.
THE Board of Directors of the Bank of Au
gusta, by virtue of an authority from the*
Stockholders, w ill proceed to.sell at Auction, in
front < f their B’liikmg l:ui:se,cn Thursday, the
14th of January next,
FIVE THOUSAND SHARES
of the capital stock of said Institution, the same
being five sixths < j the increase to its capital,
authorized by the I'oliowit g act of the Legisla
“See. Ist. Beil enacted, That the charter of
- Bank of Augusta le, and it is hereby de
clared to be prolonged to the first day of May,
in the year one thousand eight hundred arid
“See.2d. That it shall be laAvful for the Stock
holders of the. said Bank, at any meeting u, be
called for the j ui pose, and in the manner pre
scribed in tiie existingchalacier, to inciease the
capital of said Bank from time to time, and in
such portions, as they may deem to be expedi
ent, not exceeding in the whole six hundred
thousand dollars, in addition to the presentcap
ital of the s ..id Bank.”
“Sec. 3d, Upon every such increase, being
agreed upon by a decision of tile Stockholders,
one sixth parr oi such increased stock, shall He
reserved lor the. Suite aupar, until the cud of
the session ol the Legislature, text a.ter the
capital shall be increas’d, and that the ether five
sixths shali be disposed of by the Directors for
the time being, in the manner pointed out by
the second rule of the original charter, for the
benefit of thp individual stockholders, if any
benefit there’shoiild be in the disposition thereof;
the interest of the sta4e in such cases being
equakzed by receiving its portion »*f increased
su/kT at P ar » as fierein befoie provided,”
order of the Board <>f Directors.
ROBERT F. POE, Cashier.
Nov 6 wtd 132
A GREEBLY to an order of the Inferior
Court of Columbia county, will be sold
at the Couit House on the first Tuesday in
January next, between the usual hours of sale,
the LAND and NEGROES of the late John
W. Hatch well, deceased, for the benefit of the
heirs. Terms of sale, made known on the clay.
TURNER CLANTON, Adm'r.
Oct. 26 ' t l 127
months after date apphcatinn will be
madetothe Honorable the Inferior Court
of LincoinCounty to sell the lot of land No. 115,
6th district ot Muscogee county, drawn by
William Cason minor ofE.izabeth Cason.
JAMES McGILL, Guardian.
September 14 m4t 109