(J ITY OF AUGUSTA.
Members of Council.
P. Srump, R. Dillon, R. F. Bush.
Dr. J. B. Walker, B. H. Warren, H. Maling.
Upper Ward. ,
A. J. Miller, James Harper, J. B. Bishop. .
Justices of the Peace—C. Heckell, J. W.
Meridth, R. F. Bush, Overnton Cosby, A. 11
Huntington, J. C. Snead.
Clerk of Council —G. M. Walker.
Clerk of Court of Common Pleas —Daniel
Me Mu rphy.
City Sheriff- —Edmund B. Glascock.
City Collector and Treasurer — J. H. Mann.
City Marshall —Mitchell Nelson.
Deputy Marshall—Thomas Campbell.
Constables—Thos. Tant, Wm. H. Howard,
Caleb Hatfield, Wm. Moody, James C. Philpot,
Clerk of Lower Market—J. W. Meredith.
Cterk of Upper Market —John Clarke.
Jailor, —Gabriel S. Clarke.,
Street O Heer,—E. Martin,
J ; l"-e Court Common Pleas, —J. W. Wilde,
Sessions of the Court of Common Pleas, 2d
Monday in February 2d Monday in April, 4th
Mundav in May, Ith do July, 2d do October,
ai d 21 do. December.— Return Day, 5 days
Cj.u nittees «»f Council tor the ensuing year.
Oa Accounts, M essrs. Harper,Warren&Dillon.
Streets ‘ “ Walker, Crump & Miller.
.Market, “ Bishop, Bush & Mealing.
Piunos, “ Mealing, Harper & Dillon.
Magazine, “ Dillon, Walker & Miller.
River Bank “ Bishop, Walker & Crump.
Police, “ Miller, Mealing & Bush.
Drains, .<•“ Warren, Harper & Bush.
Health’ “ Bush, Mealing & Harper.
Engines, “ Warren, Bishop & Crump,
jjjf]' ’ “ Harper, Warren & Dillon.
Hospital, “ Walker, Bishop & Dillon.
City Hall, “ Crump, Miller & Warren.
Published by *rdsr of Council.
Freeman W. Lacy'Sheriff.—Jacob C. Bugg,
Receiver T. R. — Wm. Kennedy, Tax Collect
or.—Robert Raiford, Surveyor.—lsaac Hend
ricks, Coroner. —Daniel Mac Murphy, Master
Justices— Valentine Walker, G. B. Marshall,
William Shannon, Edward Thomas, Absalom
Clerk Superior and Inferior Courts—J. Mc-
Clerk Court of Ordinary—G. M. Walker.
Sessions — 4th Mondays in April and Octo
ber.— Return Day, 2d days before Court.
Superior Court for Richmond County.
Sessions—lst Mondays in June and January.
Courts of Ordinary throughout the State.
Sessions—On the Ist Mondays of January.
March, May, July, September and November.
Wm. H. Jones, Daniel McMurphy, Charles
Carter, A. Piquet, Western B. Thomas, An
drew J. Miller, William C. Micoit, Wm. T.
Gould, Samuel H. Peek, John A. Barnes, W.
C. Nimrno, Nath’l W. Cocke, Wm. W. Mann,
Daniel S. R »man, Win. Poe, F. A. Morgan.
Vendue Masters—R. Ketchum, Beard <fc
“Pitts, E. W. Spofford.
Keeper of the Hospital—John M'Tyre.
Sexton —Louis Kunze.
Superintendent of the Magazine—Oliver
City Surveyor—Robert Raiford.
leers, Booth & St. John, G. A Paddoek.
Wil ys Catlin, of the Hartford Fire Insur
ance Company, Hartford, Connecticut.
Henry H. Field, of the Farmers Fire Insur
ance and Loan Company, New-York.
Alexan ler M’Kenzie, of the Howard Insur
ance Company, New-York.
James Harrison, of the Mechanics Insurance
Company, Newark, N. Jersey.
G. 11. Paddock, of the Charleston Fire Ma
rine and Life Insurance Company, Charleston,
Bank of Augusta.
Offering Day, Monday—Discount Day, Tues
day—President, John Moore, Esq.—Cashier,
Robert F. Poe—Teller, 11. B. Holcombe.
Directors —John Moore, Richard Tubman,
Jno. Carmichael, James Gardner, John Bones,
Samuel Clark, James Harper, James Frazer,
Robert A. Reid, Wm. Cumming, John Edgar,
Attorney—fl. H. Cumming.
Notary—W. B. Thomas.
Branch State Bank at Augusta.
Offering Day, Monday—Discount Day, Fri
day—President, John Phinizy—Cashier, Isaac
Henry—Teller, William H. Jones.
Directors. —John Phinizy, A. P. Pillot, Wm.
H. Turpin, Isaac S. Tuttle, Wm. H. Morgan,
Geo. M. Newton, Robert M’Donald, O. E. Car
michael, R. H. Musgrove, J. Moise.
Attorneys—Thomas & Cocke.
Notary—N. W. Cocke.
Insurance and Banking Company.
Offering Day, Wednesday—Discount Day,
Thursday—Peter Bennoch, President—Robert
Walton, Secretary and Cashier—Wm. Poe,
Teller —F. A. Morgan, Book-Keeper.
Directors—P. Bennoch, Wm. Bryson, Nich
olas Delaigle, John Fox, A. Graham, William
Harper, J. K. Kilburn, John Coskery, D. W.
St. John, A. J. Miller, T. J. Parmelee, E. Cox.
Attorney—A. J. Miller.
Nstart—F. A. Morgan.
Offering Day, Tuesday—discount Day
Wednesday—A. Sibley, Presided—Q eo . w
Lamar, Cashier —Daniel S. Roinau Book-
Keeper—George Robertson, Teller.
Directors —Thomas G. Casey, Mosos
fi. B. Webster, J. M. Adams, Geo. Collins, T’
S. Metcalf, Marshall Keith.
Attorneys—Longstreet, Jenkins and Mann.
Notary —Daniel S. Roman.
Augusta Library Society.
James Harper, Chairman Board of Direc
tors. William Poe, Secretary, Treasurer, and
Directors—Robert F. Poe, Rev. S. K. Tal
mage, James Harper,Robert Campbell,Dr. Ken
non, Henry H. Cumming W. T. Gould, Wm.
Days of delivery.— Evei j day from 3 to 4 o’-
clock P. M.
Alexander Cunningham, President
cording Secretary. .Correspond-
ing Secretary. Lewis Kennon* Treasurer.
Mc*kt*ai CoMcge of Georgia.
The Boaidof Trustees consists of 21 members
Hon. J. Wilde, President.
M. Anthony, Vice President.
A. Cunningham, )
Paul F. Eve, > Executive Committee.
L. A. Dugas, )
Dr. L. A. Dugas, on Anatomy. Dr. PattlF.
Eve, on Surgery. Dr. A. Cunningham, on Im
stitutes and Practice. Dr. Milton AntmjO
Midwifery and diseases of Women andXntl
dren. Dr. Jos. A. Eve, Materia Medici Dr.
L.D. Ford, on Chemistry.
Trustees of Richmond Academy.
L — y- _ .President. Henry H.
G. W. Crawford, B. Longstreet,
Dr. A. Cunningham, W**- T. Gould, 1 homas
M’Gran/W. W. M jiUgomety, James W. Da
Clerk and Treasurer to the'Roard—James M -
Laws. Rector —Rev. H. Reid, Mr. Al’Millan,
Thomas Cumming President. Peter Ben
noch, Vice President. Robert F. Poe Secreta
ry. Robert A. Reid, Treasurer. C. Sturges.
Managers.—JohnMoore, Samuel Hale, Jno
Bones, 1 Henry, R. A. Reid, Richard Tubman
and James Harper.
Union Wharf Company.
Peter Bennoch, President. John Sharp,
Wharfinger, Treasurer and Secretary.
Directors. —Alexander McKenzie, R. H.
Musgfove, Thomas G. Casey, Wm. Bostwick
John. L. Anderson, A. Bidwell.
Steam Boat Company.
Edw. Campfield, Agent. John A. Barnes,
Treasurer and Secretary.
Trustees Masonic Hall.
Samuel Hale, Chairman. Thomas I. Wray,
Alexander M’Kenzie, A. Slaughter, John W.
Wilde, Lemuel Dwelle, God-
by, Wm. T. Gould, Peter Bennoch, W. Schle}'
Eagle and Phicnix Hotel Company.
Trustees.—J. G. M’Whorter, Chairman, —
John Bones, E. D. Cooke, Thos. M’Gran, and
Social Lodge, No. 3,2 d Ftiday in every
Webb’s Lodge, No. 10, meets 3d Friday in
Augusta Chapter, R. A. M. Ist Tuesday in
Georgia Encampment. Knights Templars,
Ist Monday in every month.
Adoniram Council of R& S. M. first Satur
day in December, March, June and September.
Lodge of Perfection, Council of P. of Jeru
salem and Rose Croix Chapter, 2d Wednesday
in February, May, August and November.
Consistory of S. P. R. S. 22d June and 22d
The following Health Committees were ap
pointed for the ensuing year:
Ward No. 1. j F " Bush ’ W ". £ G-mld, Wm.
( 4 hompson, and P. 11. Mantz.
Ward No. 2. ld ’ Me3lin .Vn ’ Winter, J. H.
t Mann, and F. Bradlord.
( J. Harper, J. Meigs, N. K. But-
Ward No. 3. ■? ler, J. P. Force, R. Allen, U. B.
( Clarke, Jno. Kerr, and A. Boggs.
COURT UALEN DAR.
U. S. CIRCUIT COURTS.
6TH CIRCUIT FOR THE DI'T. OF
James M. Wayne, of Georgia, Circuit Junge
Jeremiah Cuyler, of Savannah, Ga. District
Savannah, Thursday after first Monday in
Milledgeville, Thursday after the first Monday
The District Court sits in Savannah on the 2d
Tuesday in February, May, August and No
vember. Circuit Court Rules Day the Ist
Mondays in each month, upon which days all
writs are returnable to the Clerk’s office in
Os the State of Georgia, corrected from the en-
Eastern Circuit—nine Counties.
JOHN C. NICOLL, JUDGE,
Wm. 11. Stiles, Solicitor General.
Bulloch, On Thursday before Ist Monday
in November, and Thursday
before 4th Monday in March.
Camden, Ist Monday in April, 2d in No
Wayne, 2d Monday in Apyl, Thursday
alter 2d Monday in November.
Glynn, Thursday after 2d monday ia April
and 3d mondayin November.
M’lntosh, 3d monday in April, and Wednes
day after 3d monday in November.
Bryan, Ist monday in December, and Thurs
day after court in Liberty county.
Liberty, Wednesday after Ist inonday in De
cember, and inonday following court
Effingham, 2d inonday in December and May.
Chatham, Ist monday in January and 3d in
Middle Circuit—nine Counties.
JOHN SCHLEY, JUDGE,
Ebenezer Starnes, Attorney General.
Columbia, 2d Monday in March anil Sept.
Washington, 4th do do do
Montgomery, 2d do in April and Thursday
after Ist monday in October.
Tattnall, Thursday after 2d monday in April
and on second Monday in October.
Emanuel, 3d monday in April, and Thursday
after 2d monday in October.
Scriven, 4th mondayin April and 3d in Oct.
Burke, Ist do in May, and 3d in Nov.
Jefferson, 3d do in May, and 4th in Oct.
Richmond,lst do in June and Ist in Jan
Northern Circuit—eight Counties.
GARNETT W. ANDREWS, JUDGE,
4. G. Scmmes, Solicitor General.
I al iaferro,3d Monday in January and July,
Wilkes, 3d do February,4th in July.
Madison, 2d do March and Sept.
Elbert, 3d do do do
Warren, Ist do in April, and Tuesday af
ter Ist monday in October.
Hancock, 2d do April and October.
Oglethorpe, 3d do do do
Lincolnton, 4th do do do
Western Circuit—eight Counties.
THOMAS W. HARRIS, JUDGE,
Clnrlr Hilly er, Solicitor General,
WaltJn, 5c. M °do ay in Feb . rnar y and A, ’? ust -
C CkSOn t’t 2? dO d ° d °
S" ’34 £ March and September.
Franklin, 2d do Anriiunj n. k <l °
Habersham, 3d do d Oct *? ber -
Rabun, 4th do
Ocmulgee Circuit—9® V ck Counties
JOHN C. POLHILL, M.DGe
H. Freeman, Solicitor Gb^ ra j
Baldwin, 4th mondav in Jan. Xi t.,i„
Morgan, Ist do ’in March anis. ’
Greene, 2d do in do do 2
Putnam, 3d do in do do do'-.
Wilkinson, Ist do in April, and Tuesday
after Ist Monday in October.
Jones, 3d monday in April and October
Jasper, 4th do hi de de do
Southern Circuit—eJv* en Oauntiws.
JAMES POHV<- L >
R. L. Ecaus.^^ 1 ' General
Laurens 2d nx-aday in March and Sept.
Twigo-s ’ 2d do April and October.
Pulaski’ do i n do do
Telfair 4th do Hl do do
Irwin. ' Thursday thereafter,
ypr/ing, Ist Monday in May, 3d in Nov.
»v are, on Thursday thereafter.
Lowndes, on Monday thereafter.
Thomas, on do do
Decatur, on do do
Dooly, on do do
Flint Circuit—ten Counties.
A. M. D. KING, JUDGE.
J. 11. Stark, Solicitor General.
Crawford, 3d Monday in February & August
Upson, 4lh de do do
Pike, Ist do in March and Sept.
Monroe, 2d do in do do
Fayette, 3d do in do do
Newton, 4th do in do do
Butts, Ist do in April and Thursday
after the Ist Monday in October.
Henry, 2d Monday, in April and October.
Houston, 4th do do do
Bibb, 3d do in Mav and November.
HIRAM WARNER, JUDGE.
Yeu»g J. Long, Solicitor General.
Meriwether, 2d Mondayin February & Aug.
Troup, 3d do do do
Heard, 4th do do do
Coweta, Ist do in March and September
Fayette, 2d do do do
Dekalb, 3d do io do
Campbell, 41h do io do
C»bb, 2d do in April and October.
Paulding, 3d do do do
Carroll, 4th do do do
Chattahaochle Circuit—ten Counties.
GRIGSBY E. THOMAS, JUDGE.
James P. H. Campbell, Solicitor General
Stewart, Ist Monday in February & August
Randolph, 2d do do do
Early 3d do do do
Baker, 4th du do do
Lee, Thursday thereafter-
Sumter, Ist Monday in March and Sept.
Marion, 2d do do do
Talbot, 3d do do do «
Elarris, 2d do in April and October
Muscogee, 3d do do do
Cherokee Circuit—nine Counties.
j. w. Hooper, judge.
Wm. Ezzard, Solicitor General.
Union, Ist Monday in February & August
Gilmer, 2d do do do
Lumpkin, 3d &4thdo do do
Forsyth, Ist do in Mareh and Septem.
Cherokee, 2d do do do
Cass, 3d do do do
Murray, 4th do do do
Walker, Ist do in April and on Wed
nesday after Ist Monday in Oct.
Floyd. 2d Monday in April and October.
Wayne, last Monday in December & May.
Camden, Ist do in January and June.
Glynn, 2d do do do
M’lntosh, 3d do do do
Bryan, 4th do do d*
Liberty, 2d de do de
Bulloeh, Ist do in February end July
Effingham, 2d do • do do
Chatham, 3d do do de
Columbia, 3d MdßHay in June & December.
Washington,4th do in January and July.
Montgomery, IsJ do in February and August
Tatnall, 2d do do do
Emanuel, Ist de in January and July.
Sc riven, 2d do do do
Burke, Ist do da do
Jefferson, 3d do do do
Richmond, 4th do in October aid Ap-il.
N ortliern Circuit.
Madison, 2d Monday in January and July.
_Elbert,_ 3d do do do
OgletiiT-pe, 4th do do June
Lincoln, Ist do in February and July.
Hancock, Ist do do and 3d Monday
Warren, 2d Monday in Feb’ryand August.
Wilkes, Ist do in May and 4th in Sept.
Taliaferro, 3d do do and November
Franklin, 4th Monday in January and July.
Rabun, Ist do in July and January.
Gwinnett, 2d do in June and December.
Jackson, 2d do inJan’ry and Ist in July.
Clark, 4th do in October and 2d in May
Habersham, 2 I do in July and January.
Hall, -4th do in January and July
Walton, 3d do in May and November
Wilkinson, 2d Monday in July and January.
Jones, 4th do do do
Jasper, 3d d» do do
Baldwin, 4th do in April and October
Greene, Ist Tuesday in January and 2d
Monday in June.
Morgan, Ist do in June and December
Putnam, 3d do do do
Twiggs, 4th Monday in January and July.
Lowndes, 3d do do and Ist in June
Thomas, Ist do doin January and
Dooly, 3d Monday in March and Sept.
Decator, 4th do in January and 2d in June
Telfair, Ist do in April and October.
Irwin, 4lh do in January and Ist in July
Laurens, Ist do in June and December.
Pulaski, 3d do in Jan .aty and July.
Appling, 3d do in June and December.
Ware. 4th do do do
Bibb, 2d Mondayin February & August
Houston, 4th do do do
Butts, 2d do in Januaryand July.
Crawford, 3d do in May and November.
Upson, 4th do do do
Pike, Ist do in June and December.
Monroe, 2d do do do
Newton, 4th do do do
Henry, 4th do in January and July.
Stewart, 2d Monday in April and October.
Randolph, 2d doin May and November.
Early. 2d do in January and July.
Baker, 4th do do “ do
Lee, 4th do in May and November.
Sumter, Ist do in June amt December.
Marion, 3d do in May and November.
Talbot, Ist do in February and August.
Muscogee, Ist do in June and December.
Harris, 2d do do do
Meriwether, Ist Mondayin May and November
Troup, 3d do in June and 2d in January
Heard, Ist do in May and November.
Fayette, 3d do in June and 2d inJan’ry.
DeKalb, 2d do in July and December.
Campbell, 2d do June do
Paulding, 2d do do do
Cobb, 3d do do lo
Carroll, Ist do in February and August.
Coweta, 4th do in June and December.
Cherokee, 2d Monday in April and October.
Forsyth, 3d do ' do do
Lumpkin, 4th do do do
Union, Ist do in May and November.
Gilmer, 2d do do do
Murray, 3d do do do
Floyd, 4th do do do
Cass, Ist do in June qpd December.
Walker. Ist do in March and September.
WHEREAS Philip H. Mantz, Adminis- !
trator on .the the Estate of Susannah
Hammond decesased, applies for letters Dis
All persons concerned, are hereby notified to
be and appear at my office within thelime pre
scribed by law to show cause (if any tney have) i
said letters should not be granted.
too^y en ' inf,ci ' tnv l,a nd. at mv office, October 2 I
M WALKER. C. C. O.
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therefore, to have as many facts to record an ean
be furnished; and from the Planter, who is sys
tematic in his experimental labors, an account
of his failures as well as of his successful ef
forts, will be acceptable. If the last are worthy
ofbeing recorded that they may be imitated, the
first merit to be noted in order to be shunned.
The Subscriber hopes that this appeal to his
fellow-citizens of the South, will not be in vain.
It would be a reproach to our Planters to suffer
this Periodical to meet the fate of the Southern
Review. Os the lastitmaybe justly said, that
it was suffered to fall, when it was not onlyrear
ing for us a well merited fame as a literary
people, but it was also vindicating the Southern
character and Southern habits from the unjust
aspersions which have been so liberally bestow
ed upon us out of our section of country. The
“ SOUTHERN A GRICUL TUR IS 7 ri in some
measure supplies the place of the Southern Re
view,so lar as regards the circumstances last
alluded to. It serves as a Register not only of
methods of Husbandry, but also of facls relating
to our system es Slavery. The subjects of the
discipline, the treatment, the characters of our
Slaves, are fairly suited to its pages, and con
stitute topics as interesting and important as any
which can engage either our own attention or
the attention of those abroad, who feel a legit
imate interest in our concerns.
The Subscriber begs leave, in conclusion, to
remark, that if he had not undertaken to con
tinue the publication of this Periodical, it most
probably would have been either removed from
our city,or been suspended. Whether it vill
be in his power to continue it, will depend not
only on the pecuniary but the Literary Con
tributions of Southern Planters. He confident
ly' now leaves this matter in their hands, feei
ng a full assurance that there is wanting on
he part of our Planters, neither the liberality
nor mental energies necessary to sustain the
A. E. MILLER.
Charleston, S. C., Dec. 1, 1834.
OF THE FOURTH VOLUME OF THE
SOUTH ER N ROSE BUD,
ENLARGED AND IMPROVED UNDER THE TITLE OF
THE SOUTHERN ROSE.
FOIHE first number of the fourth volume of
JK. the “ Southern Rose Bud” will be issued
the last week in August, 1835, under the name
of the SOUTHERN ROSE. The amount of
matter will be nearly double, the paper of a fine
quality, and the type improved.
The subscribers to the “ Rose Bud ” have in
cluded persons of all denominations in religion
throughout the Union.
The contributors to th* Southern Rose will
be persons of high literary standing, many of
whom have contributed to the " Rose Bud.”
TERMS—Two Dollars per annum payable
June 12 70
SPIRIT OF THE TIMES.
A METROPOLITAN GAZETTE
Os the Sporting, Literary, and Fashionable
WILLIAM T. PORTER, EDITOR.
The prominent feature in the character of
this Journal, is, its devotion to the Sports of the
Field and Turf. Gentlemen will find in its col
ums regular reports of the races which come off
on the principal Courses in the Union, —co-
pious extracts from "Bell's Life” nnd the Eng
lish Sporting Magazine's, with every kind of
Sporting Intelligence accessible to the Editor.
Shooting and Angling, with the collateral and
necessary information upon each of them, will
claim our attention, while Rural, Aquatie, and
other exhilirating amusements will not be forgot
ten. The owners of the crack Trotting Horse*
of New York and Philadelphia, may rely upon
seeing the perforamances of their nags faithful
ly chronicled in the Spirit of the Times.
In fine, every endeavor will lie made to ren
der this paper available, and even indispensi
ble, to gentlemen of the Turf, throughout the
Various and elegant selections from the A
merican and Foieign Magazines, with brief
original remarks upon current literature, will
determine the Literary character of this Ga
The affairs of the Stage, with all kinds of
Theatrical receive constant atten
Carefully digested summaries of Foreign and
Domestic News will be given, and the whole
rendeted as pleasant and acceptable as the Ed
itor can make it, by crowding into his columns
all the Sayings and'Doings about Town.
This, we trust, will be a favorite, as it is a lea
ding and original feature in our design. Un
der appropriate devices will be found the Quips
and Quirks of the thousand and one Hues about
Town, with the last “good things” of "Figaro”
and "Bob Short,” together with a dashing Sal
magundi ofthe liveliest sallies oftheintire edi
torial corps; each spiced and peppered to the
taste of the mirth loving votaries of the Fun,
Frolic, Flash., and Fashion of old Gotham! Fad,
Scraps, Oddities and other Gleanings by the Way
side with the latest On Dits, Scan Mag, and do
ings in the Fashionable circles, will always be
carefully collated for the amusement of the gen
Such are the more prominent features of the
plan of our publication. We enter on our la
bors not as novices in the art of getting up
a paper combining various interests and laden
with amusement: our whole life has been em
ployed in qualifying ourselves for the task.
With such resources as years of experience
haveafforded us,by the certainty of being sustain
ed by friends known as approved writers and dis
criminating critics, we fearlessly launch our
bark on the broad ocean of public opinion, and
cheerily spread our sails to the breeze of public
favor mat already beckons us to its embraces,
and nay waft us to the goal of our wishes.
The New York Spirit of the 'rimer is publish
ed in a beautiful and attractive form, on .Satur
day Mornings at 171 Broadway (entrance at
Courtland street) and furnished to the Country
subscribers at 53,00 per annum in advance, or
SI,OO per quarter, payable quarterly.
Advertismenls inserted on equitable terms,
with a substantial reduction to Yearly Adverti
4LL Persons indebted to the subscriber for
services rendered by Bertrand Jr. will
please call and settle with Mr. Henry Dalby, as
he is authorized to transact business for me du
ring my absence from the State. f
W. Gt. HAUN.
AufUM 7 «f *3
—e ; •
•F A MONTHLY MAGAZINE TO S£ ENTITLED
THE SOUTHERN LITERARY JOURNA
To be published in Charlertou, S. C.
WHILE numerous Literary Periodica
are issued from the American Press
which are liberally patronized, it has been a
subject of general regret, that since the discon
tinuance oi that able work, the Southern Re
view, there has been no Magazine established
in South Carolina affording a suitable medium
through which the opinions of oiir best writers
might be brought to bear directly and usefully
upon the public mind. It is with a view to
meet this demand that the publication ot this
Journal is proposed, and that the general and
substantial support of the citizens of the South
is respectfully solicited.
The proposed Magazine will consist of Ori
ginal Communications on Literary and Scien
tific Subjects; of Popular Tales suggested by
historical and local associations; of Poetry,
and Political Intelligence. Its columns are in
tended to afford a vehicle for the fiee but tem
perate discussion of all questions, which from
their importance, interest or attraction are de
serving of the attention of an educated com
munity. If it shall become, what its name im
porfo, a Journal of strictly Southern Literature
—it it stall serve to place upon record a true
account of the opinions, feelings, habits and
general tone of thinking of an enthusiastic and
nigh-minded people—if, under the enlivening
inspiration of the Genius Loci, and with the ap
proving smiles of the generous and the fair, and
the concurrence and effective aid of the learned
and talented men among us, it shall contribute,
in any small degree, t o secur e for the South
that elevated Literary portion to which it is
entitled and which it is cabble of maintain
in des ?S n W'B then be fully accomplished.
The work will be conducted by ih e Subscri
ber, assisted by several Literary Gentlemen
who have pledged themselves to contribute con
stantly and liberally to its columns, who are in
terested in its success, and who think the pres
ent a iavorable juncture for the commencement
of such an enterprize. It will be printed in an
octavo form, on fine paper, in monthly numbeis
of fifty-six pages each, and will be put to press
as soon as a sufficient number of subscribers
can be obtained to authorize its publication.
The Journal will be furnished to subscribers at
Five Dollars per annum, payable at the expira
tion of six months from the date of the first
DANIEL K. WHITAKER.
Charleston, March 24, 1835.
At a meeting of the Literary and Philosophi
cal Society of South Carolina, convened the
27th of March, 1835, the following Resolution
was offered by Benjamin Elliott, Esq., seconded
by M. M. Cohen, Esq., and unanimously adopt-
“ Resolved, That the Literary and Philo
sophical Society understand, with high gratifi
cation,jhat Mr. Whitaker is about commencing
a monthly journal, to be devoted to the ad
vancement of Southern Literature, and, with
pleasure, declare their opinion of his full quali
fication for such an undertaking, and comply
with his request to be permitted to publish the
proceedings of the Society, and such communi
cations to the Society as the Curators may ap
From the Minutes. President pro. tem.
Jacob Ds La Motta, Secretary.
O" Subscriptions will be received at this of
ce and the different Book Stores in this City.
To require and regulate the weighing of Cotten
in the City of Augusta.
WHEREAS, it has been made known (*
the City Council of Augusta, by the
petition of many ot the merchants and dealers
in cotton in this city, that a great loss is sustain
ed by reason of the irregular manner of weigh
ing cotton —Foi remedy whereof:
Sec. 1. Be it ordained by the City Council
oi Augusta, and it is hereby ordained by th*
authority oi the same, That from aud after the
first day of May next, no cotton shall be weigh
ed in the City of Augusta, except at a publie
warehouse; and that all keepeis of warehouses
as well as their assistants, before weighing any
cotton, shall appear before some member or
Council and take and subscribe the following
oath or affirmation: “I, A B do solemnly
swear (or affirm, as the case may be)that I will
to the best of my judgment and ability correct
ly weigh or cause to be weighed, all c*tton
brought to the warehouse (where I officiate) for
the purpose oi being weighed, and will make a
reasonable deduction for wet, if, in my judge
ment, anwshould be made on that account, and
make to be made a fair return of the
weight to the person entitled'to receive the
same.” Which oath, when taken, shall be de
posited with the Clerk of Council. And ail and
every person or persons who may offend against
the provisions of this section of the ordinance
shall be subject to a fine not exceeding one
hundred dollars for each and every offence; and
in all cases where any warehouse keeper or
any of his assistants shall fail or neglect to take
the said oath, or to file the same with the Clerk,
the said warehouse keener snail be held and
deemed the offender, ana liable for the penalty.
Sec. 2. And be it further ordained by th*
authority aforesaid, That it shall be the right
and privilege of any purchaser of cotton in any
warehouse or store, to have the same delivered
to him at the actual weight thereof at the tim*
of the sale, to be ascertained by weighing, aud
each and every vender of cotton, or keeper of a
warehouse, or store who shall refuse to deliver
such cotton by actual weight, shall be fined in a
sum not exceeding one hundred dollars foi
each and every offence.
Done in Council, the 22d<day of April, 1835.
SAMUEL HALE, Mayor.
Bv the Mayor.
GEO. M. WALKER, Clerk.
PROSPECTUS OF THE PALLADIUM.
THE PALLADIUM is published weekly,
on a royal sheet, at Newnan, Coweta
county, by C. F. SHERBURNE, it is devoted
to Politics, Agriculture. Literature, and the
Artsand Sciences.—lt will support, in a mild,
but firm manner, the principles of the Union
Party of this State and of the United States : it
will oppose the doctrine of Southern Confede
ration and Nullification in the South, and the
Abolitionists and Fanatics at the North.—ln
the maintenance of these tenets, it will be the
aim of its editor to treat all parties ingenuously
—invariably excluding all articles leading to
persona) invective, or vulgar buse.
With these sentiments we fearlessly launch
our staunch bark upon the troubled ocean of th*
Terms —Three dollars per annum, payable
in advance or within six four dollars
at the end of the year.
Aug. 29th, 1835
Georgia Richmond County.
WHEREAS Elisha Perryman, Guardian
oiElizabcthWatson—a minor,applies for
letters dismissory from his said. Guar
These are therefore to cite and admonish all
persifns concerned to be and appear at my office
within the time prescribed by law, ana show
cause (if any) why said letters should not b*
Given under my hand at office this 15th day
of May, 1835.
GEO. M. WALKER, C. C. O.
may 15 58
FOUR months after date, application will
be made to the Inferior Court of Rich
mond County, while sitting for ordinary purpo
ses, for leave to sell a Lot of Land, situate,
lying and being in the county of Troup, con
taining two hundred two and a half acres,
belongingto the estate of John Heckle, dec’d,
and drawn by said John Heckle.
HENRY HECKLE. Ada’h
Sep*. 28 aim IM