On thejirsi Tuesday in January next,
T the eourt-huuee in the town cf Lawrenceville,
.3oL G vinnett county, will be eoki, the followine PRvJ-
P itTY, to wit:
One negro MAN, about tforty ye*rs old, named Bub—
: ■ • ied on as the property <*-. Henry-Dunn, atn. to satisfy
t a. fa. (rent Gwiii’ietl Superior court, in favor of Toliver
> vis tot Lite use of Narih iniel Burge, again* said Htn-
1 j- Gunn and William Dunn, security on Lbc stay of-fi fa.
Two hundred and fifty acres ol* LAND,. bring lot No.
*37, in the 7lh district—it vied on as tbs pro|»erty of Sh«-
u.Mck Bogan to satisfy a fi. h. Croat Gwinett Superior
Court in lavor of George W. Moore, against said Bogan.
THOV1AS WORTHY, Sheriff'.
At the sime time and, place, will be sold,
Two hundred and lifty acres of LANG, more or less,
bring No. 9t, in the 6iii district G«vinneltcounty—levied
<>■» as tire property of the defendants to satisfy fourfi. fas.
tin G winnett Superior Court, one in favor of James
Violin, onemfavor of John Choice, one in favor of John
C voice, &co. and one in favor of Asahel tt. Smith, against
CiifStd Wood roof, Ahradam Harris and Rar.sbird Harris,
cutors of Gani 1 Harris, deceased.
Two hundred acres of LAND, more or Jess, being the
plantation whereon George B- Morgan now lives—levied
on as the property of said George B. Morgan, to satisfy a
*1. la. from Gwinnett Superior Court, in favor of James
iVardlau against Alexander Hamilton, George B. Mor
gan and Ephraim Barker.
Gat id W. viiiJer’s interest in two hundred and fifty a
eres of LtNI>, more or less, being lot No 14, in the
Sih Gwinnett—levl-d cn and returned to me by James
Gordon, constable, to satisfy a ft. fa. from a JusliceS’
e >nrt in Gwinnett county, iu favor of George A. Gordon,
w. said Divid \X. Miller.
L >t of LAND, No. 55, in the 6th district Gwinnett
county—levied on as the property of David Sayers, tosat-
t fy four ft. fas. from a Juslices’ Court, in favor of James
Austin, vs. David Sayers and Laxarus Minor; levy made
and returned to me by Few Gordon, lawful constable.
One crib of CORN, supposed to be twenty-five barrels,
mare or less—levied on as the properly of Henry Bagley
t > satisfy a distress warrant for rent, issued by John
Mills, Justice of the Peace, Gwinnett county, in favor of
John Mosely og bust said Henry B.-gh v.
WILLI AW BREWSTER, D. Sheriff.
Oil thejirsi Tuesday in January next,
A T the eourt-bouse in the town of Hartford, Pulaski
county-, will be sold, between the usual hour* of sale,
the following PROPERTY, to wit:
Two hundred two and an half acrevPine LAND, Lot
No. 182, in iter lUth district formerly Wilkinson now
Pulaski county—levied on as the property of Joseph Cle
ments, to satisfy a ft. fa. from the Justices Court in favor
of Baauel W. Holt, vs sard Clements^ levied enandic-
turnt d to me by a constable.
. 202$ acres Fine LAND, lot No 183, in the 19th dis
trict formerly Wilkinson now Pulaski county—hvi* d on
aslh* property of Joseph Clements to satisfy a ft. fa. ia
tnvor of Thomas Spears, vs said Clements; levied ou arid
returned to n»e by a constable. Terms cash.
JAMES H. WARREN, D.Sh’ff.
-November 27 21
ALSO—At the sime time ami place, will behold,
2.10 acres of LAND, being lot No. 2fiG, in the 5th dis
trict Gwinnett—levied on as the projrerty of the defend
ant, to satisfy a S. fi. from the Superior Court of Gw in
nett county, issued on the foreclosure of a mortgage ir
f'vorof Peter Lamar, vs James L. Plunkett; property
pointed out in fi fa.
Oct 30 WILLIAM BREWSTER, D. Sheriff.
On thejirsl Tuesday in January next,
A T the court-house door to the tov n of rionroe, tt al-
ton county, will-bt sold, between the usual hours cf
s lie, the following PROPERTY, (to-wit:)
Three NEGROES—one by toe mme of MilUv, about
twenty lour y wars of age, and one by the name nl Mary
about twenty-eight years of age, and the other, the infant
male childotthe said Mary—levied >n as the property of
John iVloate, by virtue of a mortgage fi fa. in favor of
Thomas Hancock, vs a (id Moate; property pointed out
in said fi. fa. JOHN T. MORROW. D. Sldjf.
Oct 23 - ie
N the first Tuesday *n January next, at the court
house in Wilkes county, pursuant to an order of
the Inferior Court of said county, while sitting for ordina
ry purposes, will be sold, one TRACT o! LAND lying on
Kettle cretk in Wilkes county, containing
675 ACBBS ^
more or le°s, ana adjoining lands «1 Groves, Dcvant, ami
One House and Lot,.
I N pursuance of an older of the Honorable the Court
of Ordinary of Franklin county., will be sold, on the
first Tuesday in December next, at the court bouse in Ba
ker county, a
TRACT Or LAND,
lying in said,county ol Baker, No. 59, in tt.e 3d distriv
fofm&riy Early now Baker—containing two hundred and
fifty acres-—Draw, 1 by Thon»as Clark, and sold for the
benefit of bis heirs and creditors. Terms made known
oh the day of rale.
THOMAS CLARK, Adm'r.
September 18 11 9t
N the first Tuesday in January next, will be sold,
at tbe court-house in Monticedo, Jasper county,
the NEGROES belonging to tbe estate of Crawford Ed
mondson, late of said county, deceased, consisting of boys
and fellows—or so many, as will be sufficient to pay the
debts of said estate Sold by order of the Court of Or
dinary foi said county, for the bemfi’ of lbc heirs and
creditors. Tcrmeinatie known on the day or sale.
Administrators de bonis non.
- Oct 23 16 . lit
ZY7ILL bs sold, on the first Tuesday 01 January next,
I y agreeably to an order of the honorable tlie Inferior
Court of Twiggs county’, w hile sitting for ordinary purpo
ses, at the couri-huiist in Marion, Twiggs county, all the
real estate of Owen C. Fort, late of said county, deceased.
Sold for tiie benefit of the creditors of said deceased.
MOSES FORT, Adin’r.
November 6 18 9t
\ %T\IA, be sold, at ti c place of holding Court in the
V y county of Randolph, cn the first Tuesday in Jan
uary next, within ’he usual hours of sale,
Lot of LAiSi), No. 96, in the 32tl ilislrict of
adjoining lands of Brewer, Chandler, arm others; M:c lot j or ijv S , 1;i |iy Leo, now Randolph county—said land sold by
contains forty acres muic or (t-ss. Also, j> out FOR i Y j dn oa j cf 0 f 1 he honorable inferior Court ..i Newton conn
OR FIFTY LIKELY NEGROES, consisting of men, j w hile siting for ordinary purposes, as 'he property ot
women, and children. j William Lane,“sen. deceased.
AH of the above, is the property cf F iix O. Ho v, de- . ALLEN LANE, Adm'r.
ceased, late of Wilkes county, and will be sold for the Sep' Jbbef 4 9 9t
benefit of the heirs and creditors of said d ceased.— 1 — — . ■ • ■ - ■ .
Terms, twelve months credit, the purchasers giving bond j Administrator’s Sale,
tvith approved security. 1 9^7 ILL he sold, at the eburt-hous in the town of Cov-
THOMAS UOOTTi.N, ) Admr'a. I * ^ irigton, Neivlon county, on tii<- first Tuesday in
LEWIS S. BROUN, ) I January next, the fo!!<»- ing NEGttQEs, to wif:
6t j C!ayliurh v Nunry, Ri>sc Diptrh, Nathan-
! O. rry, Peter, VARey, R< nev, Turnrr. Tilman, Muses and
Cooly. Said negroes sold as the pro]>erly ofRenbrh B,
of the honorable the luferi-
bile sitlin: r fur ordinary
C. AlACKEY. AdmV.
fftriLL be sold, on ti;e first Tuesday in January next,
v v in tbe town of Louisville, Jellerson county,- one
LOT of LAND. lying on R.edy creek tn said county, con-
tdining two hundred and thirty acres, well improved,
whereon Hardy Pool now lives—Sold as ihe property of
George Mock, ('eceased. for the benefit of the heirs and
creditors of said deceased. Terms mad>- known <-n tbe
day of sale. MARY MOCK, Aainr'x.
October 30 17 *
LRSU ANT to an oidti of the honorable dm Interior
Court of the county of Early, when sitting f !, v or
dinary purposes, wilt he sold at Decatur, in the county of
Dt Kalb, on the first Tuesday in January next,
xot or XAirp no 327,
lying in tiie « iguleenih dieinc* vf rigjn..ily TL nry, now
D: Kalb county- Sold for the benefit of Expert Kilby
Spence, orphan of Aaron Spence, deceased.
JANE SPENCE, Guardian.
October 30 " 17 lOl
O N the first Tuesday in March next, will be sold, at
the town of Blakely, Early county, FRACTION
No. 391, in the 5th district Early county, containing
about 133 acres—about 80 acres urc cleared and In culti
vation, situated immediately on the Chatahoochie river,
it being part of the real estate of Alexander Moore, late
of Henry county, deceased. Sold by order of the Court
of Ordinary of Henry county, for the bent fit of the heirs
. no creditors. Terms cash.
THOMAS D. JOHNSON, .Tdm'r.
December 11 23 t.ls
November 1, 1830
ALSO—On the Tuesday in February next,
One cow, one bed and furniture, one p->t, one oven, one
ftuMle. ten chairs, two trunks and con'ents, one set fire-
dugs, shovel and tongs, one tude-board, and divers pi i^ta- 1
tion nnd other tools—levied on as tbe property of John
ll-irsbiirg, to satisfy a mortgage fi. fa. from Gwinnett In-
lurior Court, in favor nf Charles Price, sen. vs said lohn
Uurseburg. WILLIAM BREWSTER, D. Sh’b".
Dtceiubrr 4 22
On the first Tuesday in January next,
Y/I/’ILL be sold, at the court-house in Carnesville,
Y Y FranUlia county, between the usual hours of sale,
the following PROPERTY, to wt«:
O.ie hundred forty-eight and a half acres of LAND, ad
joining Couch and others—us the prop"ny of Hannah P.
VauV.10, executrix ol Jarius Vaughn, deceased, to s <tis-
ty a fi. ft. is-me-i from a Justices’ Court in favor of Cor-
ne'ius K. Donahoo vs. the said Hannah P. Vaughn, exe-
cuirix of the said Jarius-Vaughn, deceased—also one
bun Jted anil sixty-five acres of LANG, as the property of
t.h° said Hannah P. Vaughn, executrix of the said Jan
us Vaughn, adjoining Turin .u and others, at tbe instance
of .Cornelius K..Donahooj levied ou and returned to me
by a constable.
Also two hundred and forty acres adjoining Snel! and
oihers—as the property of Hannah P. Vaughn, executrix
ef Jarius Vaughn, to satisfy an execution in favor of
t>tmfoial m 1 Mitchell and others; levied on and returned
to me by a constabk*.
Also eight hundred and fifty acres on the waters of the
middle fork of Broad river adjoining Mitchell and others
as the prop: rty of John Trigg, to satisfy a fi. la. iu favor
of E. ajid T. Beall, vs the said John Trigg.
ALSO—At t ftc same lime and place, will be gold,
One thousand acres of LANG, on Shoal creek, ad
joining Hardy end others—as the property of Richard F
Ch -pp* iear to satisfy two fi fas. in favor of Win. W.
Carnes, vs tbe said Richard F. Chappelear.
* ilARRISS TONEY, Sheriff.
December 4 22
H ABE ASHA SAXES.
O/t thejirst Tuesday in January next,
W ILL be sold, before tbe courthouse door in the
town Clarkesville, Habersham county, within
the lawful hours of sale, the foilowiug PROPERTY,
One hundred and fifty acres of LAND, more or less,
being a part of lot No. 96, in the 3d district of said coun
ty-levied on as the property of Robert W. P. Moore, to
satisfy n fi. fa. in favor of James Ownsby, appellant, vs
Augustus VV. Rundolph and Robert W. P. Moore, respon-
LOT No. 53, in the 12th district of said county—levied
on as tbe property of Franklin Freeman, to satisfy sundry
fi. fas. one in favor of Richard Cox, and two olbers in
favor of Jonathan Cox and John Nix, all vs eaid Frce-
m LOT Nn. 90, in tbe 11th district of said county—levied
on as the property of Manoah Hubbard, to satisfy a fi
fa. Irotna Magistrates* Court from Warren county, in fu-
♦or of William Bird; levy made and returned to me by a
One sorrel MARE—levied on as the property of George
Lewis, to satisfy a subnosaa fi. fa. in f.ivur of Sutherland
Robinson. A. MAULDIN, D. Sheriff,
D- cumber 4 22
ceased—consisting of the PLANTATION upon tvhie ;
deceased died, and the LOT of LANG which he pur
chased of L. P. Mackey—all tying upon South river aud
its waters. Sab! land sold uy order of the lrou ora hie
‘he Inferior Court of said county, while silling for or
JONATHAN C. MACKEY. Adm'r.
November 25 2j 9i
A GREF.ABLV iu :.n order of the Inferior Court of
Oglethorpe county, sit mg for ordin ry purposes,
will be sold, on the first Tuesday in January next, in li.e
town of Lexington,
to wit: — Essex, Jack, lolin, illis Fanny, A n:, and Jin
ny >old as the property of Mordec.ii Howurd, deceased.
Terms cash Also,
Oh the.first Tuesday in February vext,
in the town of Ttiomaston, Upson county, LOT number
sixty-nine, in the tenth distru i formerly onroe—T- rui'-
crnlTl until 25th December, 1S3l.. Sold f r !bc •' i * - li * i
the h-»ra. THOMAS HOWARD, lr. Executor
"^"TNOER an order of the honorable the Inferior Court
IU of Monroe county, when sit tins; tor ordinary purpo
sc*, wifi be sold, on tin: first J u/stiav in December-next,
before tde court-house door in Forty ih, .Mot roe county,
witliin the u‘-ua! (tours of sale, tw o hundred two and a
ball'acres of LANG, being fi t No. 14, in Ihe ekv< nth
district said county—s./id lot of land lies btiwrtn Cullo-
dens and Iciioeunna creek, contains about l»v(-nty-five
acres cleared and -under good fence; the other part well
timbered and of good soii. Sold as tiie pn»jierfy of Bai
ty Sti wart, deceased. Terms on tin* dav of sale.
JOSEPH DAY, Jitlm'r.
September 11 19 9i
ILL be sold, on me ur.-H 3 tn-day in Februorv
next, .it the court-h use in Madison County, two
hundred and fifty acres of LAND—part of the real es-
tatfeof William Mcllee, deceased. Sold agretabh to ail
order of the Inferior Court of Clark county, sitting for children, R chad and her child, Millyj7years
BENJAMIN McRF.E, \ qj ,
JOHN H. LOWE, ^ Mmois.
October 30 17 13t
A GREEABLY to an'ordtr of the tl-iuoraMe Inferior
Court of Hubeislnni county, will be sold, at the
Court House in Bakt r county, on the first Tuesday in Ja
nuary nexi, LOT of LANG number two -bund r c.d amt
t venty-mne, in the 3d ui*t<ict of foimerly Early, nun
B kcr county,—as u part cf the real estate of Wm. Bo
ling, late of Habersham county, deceased: Also on the
same day, will be sold, at Clarksville, Habi rsl/om coun
ty, the ballance of ttn- unsold real estate of said M in.
Boling, deceased, th 1 is in »hc Said County of Haber
sham. Teiinsmadr khowp on tbe day.
ABSALOM HOLCOMB, )
william boling, j r . y
November 6——18 9fr
On the first Tuesday in January next,
W ILL he sold, before the court-house door in the
town of Covington, Newton county, between tiie
Usual houisof sale, the following PROPERTY, to wit
Two hundred two antPan half acres of LAND, more
or less, known by lot No 3u5, in the 16th district of orig
inally Henry now Newton coiinty,whereon A. M. Hill now
resides, adjoining Powell and others on the waters of Yel
low riy.-r—levied on as the property of Archable \f. Hill,
to satisfy ufi. fiu in favor ef James P. Conner for the use
of <-Vii!iam Barnes vs. said lliil; property pointed out by
Two hundred two and an half acres of LAND, more
or te*», known by lot No. 270, in the 9th district of nrig-
ittenr 1 c) - Newton county, and Lot No. 219, in
tn- j *i dint.--.tel' uriiinally Henry now Newton connty,
«• .. ion G'; rg B.U and Athae! PuLin no-v resides,con-
i on uutuired two.and an half acres, more or less—
b.»tn levied «*0 as tbe property of William Me Murry, to
s, -I'ya fi. fa. from Morgan Superior Court in favor oi
.William 4, Reed, b nre-.Y* AViitiam McMurry; proper
ty pointed out by ;•! n»it.ff’* attorney.
I'wo pegru vifRi.S, oue by the name of Letty, about
l4yearsu!J, the other by the name of Lis«cy, about 9 or
10 years do —levied on as tbe, property of William Gil
bert to s tts ’y a fi. Ta, in favor of John Choice, Vi. Will-
i<i i G'-bsr; property pointed out by the defendant.
JOSEPH WATTERS, Sheriff.
Ai. O—Will be sold, as above, the following
Negroes, to Kit:
Will, fifty or sixty years of ape, Lyle thirty-fire, Mari-
ih eighteen, Jack fourteen, Polly twelve, Sar«h-eleven,
Patty nine, Axxrtab seven. Susan five, Sally thirty-three,
L :nnv sixfoen, Ann eleven, Lucy nine, Ben six years
Old, and a child, tiuhla—fovied on as tbe properly of Tho
mas Stanford, sen. to satisfy a fi. fa. on the foreclosure
ofa mottgage in favor of John S. Fall, administrator on
Ihe e».:;te of Stephen H- Gilmore, deceased, vs. Thomas
Stanford, sen. K. W. HARGP.OVE, D Sh'JT.
Ot t 23 1C
3 ho above ncyow oraUkatyend will be told without re-
— U, W. H.
O N Monday, ti.e seventc-rmh *l--.y of January next,
will be sold at the late residence ol'Z /Cbaiiuh Phil
lips, of Walton c.iunty. deceased, ,11 tfo
belonging to said deceased—consisting of Household-and
Kitchen Furniture, a large slock of Hogs a.ul Cjtlir,
Horses, fee. Corn, Fodder and a number of other articles
too tedious to mention.
Also, at the same time and place, the NEGROES will
be hired and the PL \NTATION will ba rented for the
ensuing year. Sale, to continue from day to day until ail
is sold—Terms of sale mad known on the day.
ROBERT M. F.CH ‘LS, Adm’r.
U •■o/'/.,Vr 4 9 ,-?
N tbe first Tuesday in January m-xs, will be «old at
th( market-house in the town of Louisville, Jef
ferson co- nty, between the usual bout s of sale, by virtue
of an order of toe Court of Ordinary of said county, the
foilowiug property, to wit;
All the n*»i estate nf Wi! iam Hannah, late
of s-iid county, deceased, supposed to contain 1500 acre?,
!>. the same more or less—lying on the waters of Dahurt’s
c» t-i k in said county. Tbe titles will be shewn on the day
Aho, will be, sold, on the same day and same place, the
f Bowing NKGKOfcS, u 11 belonging to sa d esiale, *o
wit:—Cn asy a woman, Yioey u woman, and her four
da 5 years old, and -’eft’, a boy 8 years old. Terms will
be made known on the day of sib
JOSEPH w IGilAM, 5
November 10 19 S
A GREfiABLi <• -ui -uO'i ot llw Inferior Court of
Tvi. 'V.tltt.11 c.*-iHty, when sitting for ordinary put poses,
will bt: sold on Un. firs’ To< sduy in January nexi, at ilt»
couri-buMse iu saic county, six bund red and tw’cniy.tigu
acres "f LANG, more or Jess, lying in the third district
of slid county, r.n the waiers of J-ck. and rtiubliy creek,
ami adjoining lands ot VVni. R .berts, Danii l Rainey.
BiHikUy Bee-and others Sold as the p epeity .J Th?
opliilo? liil!; d>:< eased, for tire benefit of tiie hi ire, &<
Cmiditions oii the d.iy oi sale. T. J. liiLL,
Of* her 9 14 j3l JUiU’r
UR £ABL< to a« order of iln- Inferior Court i t
Taiia.crro county, while rit mg foi ordinary purpo
se.,, willh*- sold, at 'liecourt bolide in,Cbwt ta county, tn.-
;1k fi - Toese.ay in December ntx'..- two hunoryd ta -- and
a half -eves of LAND, it bring known by N >."92. iu the
fdiil district-A’ Coweta county— beri g ;.u> 1 t.f the r-. al t s-
t«te ol Nancy Andr> ivs, pj’e f 'i'a:>-lorio county, deeo.s-
ed. S Id for the benifi: ..-f tin b irs >>-i rredttms «>f said
deceased. M ARC.LS iNDUf.VVis, .idnVr.
Sipleaiber 25 12 ids
W 'ILL be sold, at the court-house iu Marion, Twiggs
county, on the first Tuesday in March next,
One HOUSE ftnii*LOT, being the real e-
fato of Owen G. Fort, deceased. Sold in pursuance of
an order from the Court of Ordinary of said county, fn
the benefit of creditors. MOSES FORT, AJoi’r
D-cember 11 23 _ , Ids
GEORGI \—Henry county.
HEREAS, Lytha Joiner and Woodward Join
er have applied to me lor letters of udrninis'.rH-
tion on the estate of John Joiner, late of said
These me therefore to cite and admonish all and singu
lar the kindred and creditors of said deceased, to be an >
appear at niv r-ffi e within the lime prescribed by la»v, to
shew cause,"if -ny they have,-w hy said letters should not
be granted Given under my hand, this I5rh day of No
vember, 1830- GUY VV. SMI l ii, n c. o-
Nov 27 21 Sf
i EORG1 K, Walton count) — Bry.mt Lane applies i
ST me ft r letu-rs of Administration on the estate ot
Sarah La ne, late, of said county, deceased:
This is therefore to cite Ihe kindred and creditors ot
srid deceased, to appear at my office within the time prr-
scribi d by law, and file their objections, if any they have,
-»vhv said letters should not be granted. -
Given under my hand, this i>2d day of November, 1S >0.
♦ - JESSE MITCHELL, c c. o.
Nov 27 21 5t
T HE SUBSCRIBERS (late proprietor of-the Globe
Hotel, and more recently of the Mansion House,)
begs leave to announce to his friends and the public gen
erally, that be has taken that elegant and commodious fire
proof Brick Building on the corner of Broad and Jackson
streets, and immediately adjoining the new Masonic HalL
It is situated in the most central part of the City, aim i»
in he very heart of business—being in the vicinity of the
Augusta Bank, and the Branch bank oflbe State of Geor-
Tbis establishment is known as the GLOBE HOTEL,
and in its interior arrangement and general construction,
unites in an eminent degree, spaciousness, neatness, and
comfort. To the man-of fumity, tbe individual traveller,
tiie daily boarder, or Ihe fashionable viriicr, the CLOSE
presents accommodations inferior to nonciu the Southern
Having comforted for a number of years, two among the
tnos! uopnlar Hotels in this City, he flatters hints* If that
ais exotrience in business, added to the superior advanta
ge^ of situation and the tesources under his controul, will
enable him to give tbe most decided satisfaction to nil
who may honor him with their patronage.
I is STABl.ES ore spacious and well venlHiited, ami
empty supplied with the best of provender, anti at-
tended by experienced and steady Osth-rs—in addition
to which, the subscriber will bestow his own personal ua»
renBitriDg attention, and 111 bis charges, will not forget lk%
pleasure of the times.
mmfHEKEAS, William Hilliard applies to me for h-t-
Y Y ters of Administratiun no tbe ihe estate of Char
iotte Hilliard, minor, late of said county, deceased:
These a/e therefore to cite and admoni-h all r.ndsin-
gular the kindred and creditors of said deceased, to b-
and appear at my office, within the time prescribed b)
law, to shew cause, if any they have, why-said le( ! >-r
should not be grant* d. Given under my hand, this 13 ti
day of November, 1830.
(20—5!) THOMAS IT. KEY, c- c o.
J OHN D. McCUI LERS applies to me for letters of
Administration on the estate of Charles Stuart, late
of said county, deceased:
These arc therefore to cite and admonish all thr kin
dred and creditors of said decesed to be and appear di
my office, within the time prescribed by law, to sheiv
c.tu«e, if any they have, why said letters should not be
granted. Given under rnv band.; this 12th dty of N iveoi-
br.r, 1830. JOSEPH CAKRU TH 1- R-, c. c. o.
GEORGI \—Pulaski county.
HEREAS, Earn*) F. Gatlin an ! Sessoms !>>•
kins, admmistrato! s of Joseph B Coalson, lab
ofsaid county, deceased, applies tome for Utters
of dismiss! n:
This is tber- fore to cite the kindred and creditors of
said dec’d to be and appear at my office, witliin the tioo
prescribed bv lau, to shew cause, if any they bave, wb)
said Utters t*f dismission should not be granted
Giv. n undei mv hand this 12th Novo nb« r, 1S30.
mGin. JO Ef*'! CARRUTHER8; c c. o.
q.j ie 0|, nr i C 5ton Stages arriie at the Globe IIo
t; ?, every Sunday, Wednesday and Frid <y evenings, at 8
o’clock, ft depart every fuesday, Thursday and Saturday
morning, «t hs!fp-ei 9. The Washing:on and Athens
Stage, departs every Tuesday and Saturday morning, at
3 o’clock, and arrives r'>ry Wednestiay and Suni'a-y eve
ning at 6 o’clock. Tbe Elberton Stage departs c'> ry
Sunday morning, at 4 o’clock, and arrives every Friday
-veiling it C. The Penulelon Stage departs ev*-ry Tues-
;.nv, at 4 ..’clock io the morning, and arrives every '-'on
lay at 2 o’clock in tbe evening. The Milledg- ville Si age
irriyes every day .except rhitrsday, at 7 ivcJqcU in tiie eve
ning, »n*l departs every day except Wednesday, at 2 o’
clock in the taoiniug. The Savannah Stage arrives cve-
ty a-midity Weihiesday and Friday, .ri 10 o’clock in Ihe
moroing. and departs.every Sunehiv, Tuesday and Thurs
day, ut 2 o’clock iu the morning.
dJtijrwsfff, Orf;i, t'.id t
ii! 2 a ’ si B -“i
T1IF. Suhscrib-r n*--pe,cifuHy informs
hi^ friertils and the pubiic in general, tliat
he has *>p; ?.. d a IIOJSF. r.f
E ivr.y T~»r: m r ; v-> ---t -iieyi
A a S -i'•: A J'-Ct ■« rniTs ■> t M
: 3.3 i in < AiiitouTOX, Gan oil county , t* . puJ
gsarife*-»r-»jjr-agr b - 1 i > r himr* it ilia-: iu will give as g t*cr-
al sati.<tactH>n to all that ni'-.v favor trim with tlfir •-.-*i-on-
irE' *Rt«l A—Pulaski county.
HERE.AS, Sessoms Pirkins. Guardian of Mary
Ann Packer, minor of John B. Pucker, dcc’d
apttl.es tome Fur letters of dismission.
This is tber* fore to cite the kindred and creditors »-f
n id ific’d. to be and appear atmy office, within tbe tinu
are-1 ribeii by law, 10 siretv caiKr, if an-y they have, why
. id letters of dismission s. otild not be granted.
Giv fi under tn.y b ind this 12tii'N vvemb f'l839. .
-niffiri. - r -- .1. CARRUTflER*S, c- c o
Atlniinistrator’s bale. !
ylJ ILL BF. SOLD, on Weaties iiiy ihe 22d of De-j
TT ctinber, at the late residence of Augustus G. O.
Vlitcheu, aeceftsen, in Jones county, an me r r-m uA- I
BLE PROPERTY belonging to the estate of suit! de- i
ceased, consisting of horses, cattle, hogs, sheep, oxen, !
and curt, corn, fodder, house-hold and kitchen furniture,
alhl other articles too tedious to mention. Also th- plan
tation rented &c. Sale to continue from day to day un
till all is sold. Terms made known on toe day by ,
WILLIAM MITCHELL, AJm’r.
November 3 18 9t.
CRER*liLV to -to urdui of tpc inferior Court of
TJL Henry county, to seU the real t .-t te of John t-
K> e, deceased, uiil be sold, on the fir-t Tuesday in Janu
ary n* xt, at the court-house doi-t in lue town of Colnm-
bti5, Mu»cogee Comity, between tiie usual hours of sale,
one I.Oi’ ot LANG, number one him 'red and seventy-
seven in the seventh district of sail county. Sold for
tbe jcu* fit of the heirs and crcdtfors of s..id deceased.
J aCOB AicivEE, Adm’r.
N v- 13 19 8t
GREEABLY to an order of the Infcrio Com, of
1M7ILL be sold, at the court-house in the county of;
* v Clark, on the first Tuesday in January nex',five (
hundred acres of LAND and two N EGROES—Reuben,-
about 20 y^ars old, and Doctor about 18 years old—part
of the. estate of William McKee, deceased. Sold agree
ably to nil osdvr if the Inferior Court of said county, silt
ing for ordinary purposes, for tiie benefit nf-the creditors.
BENJAMIN McREE, l
JOHN U. LOWE. <
Oct 21 16. lit
Kee, dec* ase.i, will be snid, on ihe first Tue.-dav in F- b-
ru.ry mT't, at Carroliton, G irroil count}-, Lot <*f LAND,
j ifomh. t two hundred and eighteen, in (iio ninth district , i
) said c.tntity, as the property of s id deceased. .Sob) for
I the benefit of U e heirs *mi creditors of s-iiu deceased.
| iAt OB iVic-KEE, AtUn’r.
• N.n r-«’,.-r 1-3 in ; a-
A GREEABL k to an uiurrof the'Inferior Court of
Wilkinson county, wlute silting for ordinary purpo
ses, will be sold, on the fi*at Tuesday in January next, ut
the court-house door in i hocoastou, Upson coiuity,
LOT of LAND, No. 232, in the 11 ii dis
trict of originally Monroe, now Upson county. The same
being part of the real estate of Brice Paul, deceased—
Sold for tbe benefit of the heirs. Terms made known un
the day of sale.
JOHN CRUTCHFIELD, Jldm'or.
Oe’-iber 30 17 fQl
W ILL be sold, on Tuesday the I4(li day of December
next, at the court-bense in Telfair county, be
tween tbe usual hours of aale, tbe following NEGROES,
to wj*: ^ - V
Asrgy, a girl about 16 years old, and ber-in
fant child—Sold by order of the Court of Ordinary ofcaid
county as ihe properly of the estate of Jehu Everitt, de
ceased, for the benefit of the heirs and creditors of said
estate, MARK WILCOX, Adm’r.
October 30. 17
Adfmiustruier s Sale.
N llie fi* - st fiuaday tn J-.uaa*y next, tviil be .-old,
in McDonough, IJcjny county. LO : af LANG
number fifty-two, in lue seventh district of said county
S. Id for the benefi! of riie heirs andcri ditors of Benjamin
Carrol, dvce«se*l, hy order of tire luforinr Court ot’saii
county, wlteii sitting for artlinary purposes.
iog» .. ' . »•
f SFI ,LL, on ihe firit Monday tn January next, sr
i n Inferior Court then held in the county of New
ton for or rin.iry purposes,make application to safil Cotirl
for leave, te sell the following NEGROES, to wit: — Glay-
,:trn, Nancy. Rose. Dinah, Nathan. Derry, Piter, Wi-
"e • Rertey. Turner, Moses, Tihnan and Cooly—which
’said t'egrocs belong to the estate ol Reuben B. Neal, lute
of Newtonxonntv, deceased- •
JONATHAN C. MACKEY, Adm’r.
September 25 * 12 mtd
j’lOUR months afterdate application will be made* lo
JT the honorable tli** Inferior Court of.Walton county,
sntin< f»r ordinary purposes, for leave to'sril-the real
■ s! ile, belonging to th* minor hcirH of John Selman, lute
of said county, deceased.
JAMES W. HARRIS. ) „
JOHN II. LOWE, ^Guardians.
Oct 23 16 4m-
age tis miv i.>thi r lnn-K* * per in as ncivil
as this—Though Garr*d! c.ainty has bet n
ground, defamed ;»itd s!*niieii l>y reports
v.iil soon be bio-- u aiv v by jhe-sen-ior.e
lured bv the Gorpri of Christ, and tbe in
kept in the hack
, ",et I hope cil
of vir’uc. r.tir-
.Iruction of arts
nl scienei s-
>‘So raikutid at e
— 22o£~ - tf
IF,/, keeps open a iJovse of l'ntertuimn?%2,
►fov at tiie south-ryes’ comer
of !ht pi’l 'i* ra
in ;he town of Marion Ttviegs county, mei * n>y
ple<*ges liimstli to those who may fit»or 1 .n. with their
calls,to do in* best he can. ' HENRY LOYl.ESo.
M *rion. Sept 10 11 tf
S ^xOUR m- n Us alter date application mit be .made it.
the honor ble the Inferior Court of Emanuel coun
ty, when sitting for Ordinary purposes, for leav* to seli
ail the real and part of the personal property belonging ti.
tbe estate of Solomon Meicer, late of s id county, deceas
ed. DAVID GRIFFIN, Adm’r..
September 25 12 4 f0
JtHJN C. DGLIN
NDF.R an aider of dp Infoiiot Couit of the county
of Walton, ' hen silting for ordinary p irpose-*, wp
H. arid, on tin fim Tuesday in February i,* xt, at the
cuurt-botise do *» in Harris county, LOT No. 21®, m the
eigiileen'h district of formerly Muscog now Harris
county. Sold for tbe ben* in of the cr diiors and heirs of
Frances Nash, late of Effiett county, deceased
SAMLEL ALLGOOD, Adm’r.
^ November 13 19 9*
W ILL be sold, on the first Tuesday in January next.
between tbe usual hours of sale, at the court
house in the town of Louisville, J* ff*-rs«m county, a
named Irek, about 35 years df ag*', t-eionging Io tbe es
tate of I.riuh Aiiuots, late of said county, deceased.—
tiold for-the. benefit of the heirs and creditors of said es
tate, and *»hich ntgro <9 authorised to be sold by the wih
of said Testators Terms nmde known on the dav of sale
JAMES ADAMS, J&.cntor.
November 4 1? 8(
maitlbsalter date a; plication in 1 l> Hind to
ttie honorable the Inferior Court of Jackson coun
ty, when silting for ordinary purpos; s, for !e’<ve to sell the
LAND belonging to the estate of Jos. Yarbrough, deceas
ed, late of said euuntf, for the us.; of the heirs of said de
ceased. THOMAS J. BOWI N, ) at .
AM BROS Y ARBROUGH, rs ’
October 23 16 4m
Trustees of this Institution jvi*u pleasure a"-
Sl nounce to the public that they he v- ctigng*« (or
tb<» enduing rear, t!te R. v. riF.^LPil ALEXANDER, of
0 .! thorp* county, as Roc or f th Academy, who?;,
1 »n§ • xpericnce at.d <11 known cupacity, they mix v.i’i
iuvwrr to the 1 n-titutinn ti.e countenancr nnd support ef
Ute friends <f lite.a.tur* in gen; ra!, a? well «s tiie patron
age of 'part t.iis and s-iardisns of cni dr* n.
- -Prom pa c t rxpeiHeuee,' as'ivfl! *s from the si'uafirn *:f
the (own, within tlte corporate l-mits of which tiie Acad
emy is j-ilnaUd, the Trustees have every reasun to bf-
lieve tlwt no village iii-the western enunties ran trjev
more ol 'the ineotimable’hiess«»tgs *>f health, for tbvV i ie
• pit apprized,of.* .single case of F. vtr that has ccc> ret! 10 j
tlw town sinci : tbe firs' vetUjtigof t-h< phwee in the spring cf
l?28, and.ijis b*riit*rd that .fib-death has taken plats
’■•ithin tfo: corporate limtls sirfee tiial time, except ef an
*?oroover,the regions snd tnAral habh&o/jhf-citizens
of the plae.e, are s* rb as eminently reeunimmd it a
suitohJf; residence for young genRenier a rat .*a*li*-s.
Thr School tv ill be open for tV icceptiona-f p*:pil« on
'he first Monday ir» January next, at the folioviing rates
for T iirion:
Rending., Wri 1 ing, & Arithinetie, (per quarter) 50
English Grammar, Gcograpity, liistoiy, Khci-
v oric and Phiforopfiy,'* * 5 00
T!u: Latin aprd-Grreli (ainguage?, 7 OU
By order of the Board of Trustees,
JAVi ES THOMPSON, Secretary.
December 11 23 4t
Neat Plans of the Cherokee Country,
I^HF.WING tilfc districts, water courses, &C. accurate*
K3 ly copi*d from an original made by the Surveyor
General from surveys an'! tbe most authentic inforc.*
:i<>n that eouhi Ire nblairi< «l.
82 00 for large Maps and
SI 00 for small i’larrs —Enquire at !be State-Hours.
BENJAMIN H. STURGES.
November 20 20 4t
S^OUii months after d te application will be itiade It;
M- tiie Honorable the Inferior Court of H ilkinson coun
ty. when sitiing for ordinary purposes, for leave to sell ail
•he real estate of Christopher P.-arson, Tati of said coun
y, deceased—For the benefit of the bcirs and creditors
of said deceased. * r
JONATHAN PEARSON, Adm'r.
August 28 8 4 m
^TOUR mnnlhs after date application wiH be made to
- the honorable the Inferior Court of thte county of
Newton, while sitting for ordinary purposes for leave to
veil the whole of the real estate belonging to the estate of
Reuben B. Neal, late of Newton eounty, deceased.
JONATHAN C. MACKEY, Adm’r.
September 25 ~" 12 4m
t jlOLR months afterdate application wiN be made to
the honorable the Court of Ordinary of Habersham
county, '|hin sitting for ordinary purposes, fot leave to
st ii LO r No. 150, to the ninth district of Carroll county,
foe the ben tit of the heirs and creditors of Mary Wilkin-
sun’s orphaua. JOSEPH DOBSON, Guardian.
* November 1, 1830- 19 4m *
A LOOK AT THIS l
Ll. persons indebted to me for services rendered b*-
my horse GALLATIN, will please pay their notes
or accounts, in tant* r, to Mr. Henft Duncan of Mil-
cdgeville, who is authorised to receipt for me.
WM. P* FOARD.
- November JO tf
BROUGHT TO JAIL,
I N Marion, Twiggs county, on tb<
28 h of November, a
, HE GKO BOIT
about 10 or 12 years ol age—says bn
name is JACOB, and declares himself
free. He is of a yellow or copper ci up*
plexion atid tolerably s'out built, with*
out any peculiar mark to distinguivh
him. By his observations it ispritty
obvious that hcformciiy resided in Ba'dwiu county. His
owner, (iflie has any) is requested lo eull, pay charge®/
and take him away. _
SAMUEL JORDAN, Jailer.
December 4 22 4t
B ROUGHT TO j AIL in Carnesville, Franklin coun
ty, on the24lb instant, a negro man by the name
of JOHN, about six foet high, thirty years old, dar£
complexion. lie formerly belonged to Nathaniel Hollj
of this county and says that he now belongs to this 8tat<k
and runaway from Milledgcviile—at which place he nw
ulwotkoulhe public road.
A. E. WHITTEN, Jailor.
November 25 20 5t
To all whom it may concern.
W HEREAS, Lewis Wood, Ecxccutor of the cs’at#
of Abraham Wood, deceased, applies to the Court
of Ordinaiy ot said county for letters dismissory on said
estate: >.. .
These are therefare to cite and admonish all and singf
Inr, the kindred and creditors of said deceased, to fil*
heir objections (if any they have) in tbe clerk’s office d
-rid Court of Ordinary, on or before the first Monday i ft
March next, otherwise letters dismissory will be grants
Witness the Honorable John J. Taylor one of the Jut*
ices of said Court, this 6tb September 1830.
J08BPH C ARRUTHJtRS, CPk c. o.
Nov 27 2-1 m8m