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vOtoL'IE VI—XDUBRR 42.] MI LLEDGEVILLE, (GA.> THURSDAY, APRIL 14, 1836. [WHOLE NUMBER 302 .anuruitnii at l vauwa.'<Kaswgigw!^gHW«MS!gLL»^Kji MKA-gauauiiAaiM EDITED BY JOHS A. CUTE1BEHT, Stale.Printer. ' district of Carrol county, oak and hickory land, of third | quality, containing levy hundred two and a half acres; also i number two hundred and seventy-seven, in thesixlh district, land number thirty nine, in the fourth district, of Carrol ,.v,0S it published every Thursday at TORRE DOLLARS l co ", n, >’ «£ P’™ land, eac h lot containing two hundred two • in advance, or FOUR, if not paid tietorc the end c 'ic I and a hall acres; two hundred two and a hall acres of oak ""riie'Difire > s 0:1 w ayne Street, opposite the .State Bank. and hickory land, of second quality, in Troup county, being lot number two hundred and fifty-three in tlie font th district; two hundred two and a half acres of oak and hickory land, of third quality, in Muscogee county, being lot number two hundred and thirteen in the fourteenth district; and unim proved lot, in th *town o( Miiletlgevilh*—levied on as the pro perty of George \V. King; tax due twenty-live dollars and fifty-nine cents. i'vvo hundred two and a half acres of pine land, in Lee county, b.-ing lot number twenty-four, in the thirteenth dis- tri* t—levied on^as the property of Elizabeth Hoy; tax due one dollar and forty-eight cents. Two hundred two ami a half acres of oak arid hickory land, of second quality, in Coweta county; and four hundred and live acres of pine laud, in Irwin and Early connties-- levied on as the property of Matthew .M. Orme; tax due ’ ,r I'lipVhfire is on Wayne Street, opposite the .State * e,ir ',nvFllTISEMENTS published at the usual rates. All n Fa'ch citation by the Clerks of the Courts of Culinary tha inn has been maitc for Letters of Administration, must he ^EilSed THIRTY DAYS at least. • I- . ohv Executors and Administrators for Debtors and < -redi- Sutiee - '-. n [lieir acC onnts, must be published SIX WEE1TS. < ' r3 , w . r f Nt-oroes hv Executors and Administrators must I e a.’. *J*’.VxTY DAYS lie fore the day of sale. /ertis®' 1 • • , Rna i pfoperty (except negroes) of testate and intes Sal'i; °‘i. f; Kecu tors and Administrators, roust be adveitisefi •\tC ' Executors, Administrators and Guardians to the Vit of Ordinary for leave to sell Land, must tie published KOI it ,i ( )S 11'''. hv Executors and Ad: '' 'mUSth" pdlllished .SIX M INT r *. tfll» >L 11 « « _ , . ! as tlie ?ro i ,er! " ° r iIannaJ > s ’ 3 -; talents, ani accompanied his father at home on | my preaching; why should yon interrupt my garlic arc natives of various places both in Asia- I l0 T!ve X nty neresof land mure or less in cherukeo county— I tho violoncello, which instrument, with the leave j preaching with jour music? My sot mons are: and Africa. Tito sugar cano is a native of • levied on ns the progj-rty of James ii. Wethersbee, lax iiue j ol the rector, was added to the church band in 1 not very long, why will not you hear them oui? China, and ti:e act of (staking sugar from it im* of laml ia Cherokee—levied on as the pro- \ n TGr ^ ® hor . 1 l ' m ,°— :l tImo tooshort, I believe, lor I encroach not on your province, why will you been practised there from thcYemotcst anliquity. i.'olliert, tax due twenty-four cents. j the perioction oi tuc performance. j encroach on mine/ Let me, I pray you, finish • i lie sugar cane'did nut reach Arabia until the my days on earth as pastor of this flock, and do thirteenth century, and was utteriv unknown not altogether fiddle me out of the church.’’— to the ancient Egyptians,'Jews', Greeks or Ito- But the hearts ol' the “village musicianers” are ' mans. It was brought hv the Moors into .Spain, sixty-ona cents. Forty acres . 1 pertyof Lewis Colbert, [ Fyrty acres of land in Cherokee—levied on as the property I of Joseph Mashhnrn, tax due twenty-four cents. Forty acres of third quality land in Cherokee, and two hundred two atul a half acres of piti9 land in Dooly coun ty—levied on as the properly of Marcus D. Vance, tax due two dollars and fifty-six and a quarter cents. Three hundred and seventy acres of third quality land in Jasper county, adjoining Beasley nnd others, on G. creek The rector, dear good man, never refused his leave to any thing, especially to what the sing- ers asked; they might have had leave to intro- duce a wagon and eight horses if they had asked; but still the rector did not like it, and every time he was called upon to christen a child . ,nU; AppIiC' vivertisett nn< fjr foreclosure of Morteneeson real es i month for FOUR MONTHS --^vertisc. • ((J hv fixcrutnrs, Administrators :<nJ G r.Mlilishe.1 SIXTY DAYS before the day of sal * , ISt mustbe made .it the court-house door between the Ii ril 'lTmain^iiHl 4 hi the afternoon. -No sale from .lay •Jn T ’1“ iH'• • • t tt.A curticnmanf ale. These three dollars nnd seventy-six cents etween the hours of to j '1 hree Imnilred acres of oak and hickory land, of second ----- , , lay to Jay is guality, in Jefferson county—levied on as the property of * ■') uXmvauict ‘With a copy of the Henry Raiford; tax due "me dollars and sixty two and a or agreement) to make Ulles to Un i, must be advertiied hidf cents. February 26. 183G. rUREE MONTlts at least. . I RICHARD T. LINGO, tar-cJlrclor. r.tREL M .1 executions regularly aranted by the courts, , niisMie invertiseJ THIRTY DAYS-un.ler mortgage execution*. The ahc.vc named defaulters will have an opportunity of n'fM 'ic \ vu ‘ ... r i»rnnpvt.v nntii-.r ortler ol Court, ! • . • .r.. i . . n- P OOLV SHERIFF’S 8\IiC. Tuesday in Jfav next, will, within the legal hours, he , j |, el -, re the court-house door in the town of Drayton, ^ rlt ofhmk’numher forty-one in the third district of Dooly countV levied on as the property of Isaac Motley, to satisfy „ th issued from a justices’ court of Oreene county, in fa vor of John N. Malden: h vy made and returned to me by a consiahle February 13,1836. Lot of land, number one hundred seventy-tnreo in the sixth district of Dool v county—levied on as the pronoriy of Lia soo Maim*, loaatmfv au execution issued from a iusiices’ ,.,,t ,jt’ LIb'rt countv, in favor of Joshua Carpenter: pro- ,,. rU pointed out by Clayton Bradshaw. February S3,183C. 1 rl - ' W Yd EE • STOKES, sheriff. \ho, will bf sold at the fame time anil place, I jt of land number one hundred and seventy in the ninth il suirt of said romty—levied on as ihe property of Randal It -molt to satisfy a ft fa issued from a justice’s court of Stewart county, in favor of Henry Coulhoon: levy made an I returned to me by a eo 'stable. Om‘ shot-gun—levied on as the properly of llenrv hotis- ton to satisfy all fa issued from the superior court of Dooly countv. in favor of Joel ('. Phillips, for costs. March 30, js3G GIULFORD KENT, dr-pvt!/ elu rijf. TrT‘1 Vn'I’EL SHERIFF'S S ALE.—On tRc first Tuesday in Al iy next, will, within tha legal hours, be i sold, before the court-house door in the town of Swainsbo- j rough, Emanuel county, | fwo improved tracis of land, lying on the waters ot j Cannouch 'e riv-T, containing 1 wo hundred acres more or | Lss, whereon John Scott formerly lived, and whereon Kinion -levied on as th> property of John Scott the first Tuesday in May n. xr, will, within the legal hours, he sold, before ih B eourt house door in the town of i Monticello, Jasper county,thefidlowing property, or so much j thereof as i\ ill satisfy the tax doe thereon and cost. ] Two hundred two and a half acres of third quality land , in (super county, adjoining Taylor, on Oakmttlgrc river— I levied on as the property of \V. Burditt, tax due twenty cents, j Three hundred and fifty-four acres of second and three . hundred and fitly four acres of third quality land in Jasp r ! ccutt’y, adjoining Wynbttsh, on the Oakranlgec river—levied on ns the property of William W. Smith, tax due one dollar and thirty-one rents. Forty acres of third quality land, in the twenty-first dis trict, second section of Cherokee—levied on as the property of William Williams, tax due twenty-four cents. Fifty acres of first quality laud, number one hundred and fifty two in the fifteenth di-trict of L*-e county—levied on as i he property of William Smith, tax due thirty-seven an l a half cents. One hundred and sixty acres of third quality land in ; Cherokee—leviixl on as the property of George Adams, tax i due for 1833 and 1831, fifty-seven rents. Two hundred two and a half acres of second qualily land in Carroll county and two hundred and fifiy acres of second I quality 'and in Habersham county—levied on as the proper- , ty of Thomas Was ham, tax duo ninety-six cents. On? hundred and two acres of land in Jasper county, ad joining Pinnell, on th? Oakmulgee river—Ievi-d on as tho ; property of Stephen J. Mill" , tax due thirty-one cents. Forty acres of land in Cherokee—levied on as the proper- ! ty of Thomas P. Webb, tax due twenty fi.ur cents. Two hundred two and a half acres of land in Jasppr eounly , adjoining Chapman on th • Oakmulgee river—levied on asthe property of Chesley Hay, tax due sixty-eight ernts. Two hundred two and a half acres of second quality land in Carroll county—levied on .as tha property of Isaac N. levied on as the property of John Wynens, tax duetwodol- , - - , . . , . , . lars and sixteen cents. j ior one ol ms parishioners, he trembled lest the Forty acres of land in Cherokee, and four hundred and j YOlltlg one should have ft tUm for IllUSic, and u P ine ianJ iu lrwiii county—levied on as the , jrjtrodijco into the gallery some new musical properly ol Ilcnr\ T Barnwell, lax due fifty-six cents. i , T & ; r . t . 'l’hri'e hundred and twenty acres of second quality land, j *i30niiniitlOIJ« It WHS HCXt ulSCOVCrCd tllUt OFlIy and foity a?res of third quality land in Union and Murray ■ one bass to so many treble instruments Was not added a bas. , , r What next? levied on as the properly of the estate of James Buchanan, j nothing nioi e at present; but if. tile movement lax due twenty-seven cents. | . 1 , 7 . , , , . Foriy acres of land in Cherokee, and two hundred two j pv*> retains its ascendency. triang.es arid Reltle and a half acres of land in Lee county—levied on as the pro- j drums may be expected. Tho present State of perty of John Vannorden, tax doe thirty-seven cents. ! Cn-i.t,.™ I„ *k„ O. -. One hundred and sixty acres of land in Cherokee—levied i ^liatCiinn C.10I1 IS a~> foltOWo. Ill tile fust pi.tCi. on as the property of Mary Ledbetter, tax duo ono dollar and there IS Martin (rfllbb, the butclior, ft Stout TO- eighteen cents, and twenty cents as executor of Benjamin ! bust man of about liflV years of a^C, havinff Three hundred acres of eorond quality land in Jones ' round I)0Hii Qnd H rod ThCO, Wlfjl Strong pain, and introduced into the WcstTndios and firazil by the Spaniards and Portugues. J'or a lung lane sugar was known in Mng'attd or.lv as a mecHcine; now titn consumption am- ants in that annnniljr. Or om Java and counties—levied on as tho property of Henry Buchanan, tax c,• . . , " • t due ninety-three cents. f tmr play, so to tho violoncello was Two hundred and l'ortj'-six acres of land in Cherokee— | soon, and to the bassoon a serpent. county, adjoining Gonlen, on F. creek—levied on as the pro- straight, thick brownish grey hair, combed over nprfv I if 1 ht> Ot! ofa < «»’ Svilac I ul Kut toe tor #btii fli P.V) ilitlltire l • , * •• •• pertv of the estate of Silas Ledbetter, tax due three dollars. One hundred and sixty aeres of land, in the twelvlh dis trict. second section of Cherokee—-levied on as the property of John B. Swanson, tax due thirty-seven cents. Febrnarv 13. 183fi C. W. WRIGIIT, tax-cUltclur, J. C. his forehead, and reaching to his very eye brows. lie is the oldest, the wealthiest, and as hard as the nether millstone; they have no more bowels than « bassoon, no more brains than a kettle drum. Another "tievancc is, that these Snntcham choristers have a most intense and villanous ( country to 400,000,000 pom; provincialism of utterance: it is bad enough in flowers, the table rose canto speaking, but in singing they make it ten times • Ceylon; the lily from Syria; the pink and carna- ■worse; for they dilate, expand, and exaggerate tionfrom Italy; the jessamine lYem the Kart nnd their cacophony, till it becomes almost ludicrous j West Jodies; the tulip from Cappadocia. This lo those who are not accustomed to it. The ■ list might be extended, but I have no more more excitocUthev are, whether it be by joy or room at present.—(ienescr Farmer. anger, the more loudly tliev sing, the more A Sail. Wafer Joke.—Our readers arc. aware that tli : ingenious fellows who pursue the nefa- practicc of smuggling goods between this state and tho neighboring province are often driven to exercise a good deal of met i t order to elude the officers stationed on ciiher side of the t'OilTKY. Drew iww livcs- t<> satisfy one (1 fa in favor of William Bo*hop nnd o.hers: oro;i?rty pointed out by plaintifT: levy made and returned to . Morgan, tax tine sixty-, ight cents. „ d.n.tnhlf. I () UR hundred and on.- acres of land i:i Jasper county, ad- ! joining Cheek, on Falling creek—levied on asthe property of John A M Key. tax due thirty-one cents. One hundred nnd sixty acres of second and one hundred and'sixty acres of third quality land in Cherokee—levied on ! as the property of Aaron White, tax due seventy-five cents. > Two hundred two and a half acres of first quality land in \ Jasper county, adjoining M‘4 lendon, on the Oakmulgee river ; —levied on sis the property of the estate of Solomon Wul- : drop, tax due two dollars nnd thirty cents. Two hundred two and a half acres of pine land in Lcp j county—levied on as the property of John Waits, (or Wats) j tax due thirty-three cents. One hundred nnd sixty acres of second quality land in ; Cherokee—levied on as the property of George \V. Jones, j lax due fifty-five cents. Two hundred two and a half acres of second quality land ; to) hv a constable. One tract of land containing seven hundred nnd fifty orres more or less, lying on the waters of Uge -chee river, adjoining lands of James Ogleshey—l-vied on as th- proper ty of Fnmey Deel, to satisfy sundry fi fas in favor of Henry Durden and others. One -orrel mare—levied on as the properly of John C. frump, to salisty a ft fa issued from the superior court for cost. Mnrch 12, 1836. JOHN OVERSTREET, sheriff M EVRY S'lBRITF’S SALE. On th- firvt Tuesday in May next, will, within the I gal hours, b? held, before the court-house door in tbs town of M‘Don- otich, Henry countv. One esrpet and nine pi'cos of m-at—levied on as th? pro perty of Isaac Harvey, to satisfy a ft fa issued from the in ferior eonrt of Bii b county, i.i favor of Armstead Richard- J Jasper county, adjoining M‘Michael, on Wise’s creek Son \s I-aac Harvey. March 29, 1836. j levied on a3th' property of Daniel Miller, tax due sixty4hr ZADOCK SAWYER, sheriff. Also, mill be sold at the feme lime and place. One lot ..f land, number one hundred and twenty-two in the eleventh district of Henry county— 1. vied on as the pro perty of Solomon Groce, to satisfy a fi fit tu fiiior of Parish, Wiley <Sc Co. March !, iSJS. WILLIS FL’LLILOVE, depulv 'her iff T ‘-Vl«iiS SlIIRllFT’S SALE On the first Tuesday in May next, will, within the legal hours, h? sold, before the court-house door in tho town of .Marion, Twiggs county, Fifiy acres of pins land more or less, lying in iha north east corner of lot number one hundred and three, in the twenty-seventh district of originally Wilkinson bm now Twiggs county—levied on ns the property of William Stan- fiml, to satisfy one fi fa in favor of William Daniel, property ^ ^ ^ < T , pointed out by Ephraim Ellis: levy mado and returned to j ^^‘tax dreefghty Vents y throo cents. Forty acres of land in Ch-roke?—levied on as the proper- * ty of l’utuatn Adam*,tax due twenty-four cents. Forty acres of second quality land m Cherokee—levied on ns the property of Abim* lech Youngblood, tax due twenty- j nine cents. Three hundred and ten arre3 of second quality land in Jasp' r county, adjoining Towns, on F creek, nnd toriy acres of land in Cobb county—levied on as the property of Jacob { M'Clsndon. tax tins three dollars and fifty-four < cuts. Forty acres of third quality land in Cherokee, nnd two ! hundred two and a half neresof pina land in Lee county— levied on ns the property of'Thomas M. Turner, tax due j one dollar and ninety-eight cents; nnd ns agent for Elizabeth 1 S. Turner, tax doe one dollar and twenty cents. • One hundred and sixly acres of third quality land in ' Walker county—levied on as the property of Alexander Gur- | THE HEART’S CHANGE. Thera is a cliange, an utt-r change, That comes upon the heart. Ere time one feature can derange. Or hid one smile depart: The outward form is nil tho same; Nqr are, bv words, express'd The dark and boding thoughts that lam j The fires within tho breast. Un limm’d—unaltered—still the eyo Beams forth on all around; And if th? bosom heaves a sigh, That sigh has scarce a sound, Yet thunch ihe world may never dream Our spirits touched by care, So buoyant and so free they seem— We are not vvhat we were! O'pr us—we scarce know whence or when That change begins to steal Which toach-s that we ne’er again, As once we left shall feel. A curtain slowly drawn astd-x, Reveals a shadow’d scene, Wh"rein the future differs wide From what th? past has been. 'Tis not th? earth withholds its joys, As manhood crowns the brow: The sain? pursuits we loved us boys, Life offers to us now: And still we seek the giddy round, And join tho laughers there. Bui feel that in the festive sound Our hearts have now no shore. Yet mourn wo not this early ehange— ’Tis spnt our souls to show How narrow is the utmost range Allow’d them here below;— ’Tis sent to bid our youth aspire From seene# so soon o’eroast. To those whose pleasure ne'er can tire, And shall for ever hist. broadly they bluro out their provincial intona tions; and it is very seldom indeed that they ascend their gallery without same stimulus or other of this nature. If they be all united together in the bonds of amity and good-will; if Martin Grubb have suspended his jealousy of Gripe, and if Gripe no longer look with envy - Dick occurred a lev years fiueo whtcu ^ ^ tll ^ „ 1UV- , ,.. w and haired upon Grnbb; if some new tune be ' s worth rccouhng. A cu.-U.m.house ckiccr, the most influential man in the choir. Ho sings j preparation wherewith to astonish and on- sRuior.ud on the Amcticttn siuu, hail tender* d ' raj. tore the parishioners: if there be in the j h'niscir rather obnoxious to the smuggling gen. arrangement tenors and trebles enough to sal is. try, by his inquisitorial disposition,, and a couple fy the ambition of Gripe, nnd bass enough to of Allows, who were in the habit of transput develop the marvellous powers of Grubb:— in o soiria forbidden commodities to !lie lbates, there is a glorious outpouring of sound and wore so pressed by" the assiduous ehorts oi ibis vociferation, which none but the woll-diseiphu. worthy, that they were resolved to try il he ed ears of the Snatch am parishioners can possi bly bear. The walls of Snatch,am church buss, and is said to be the life and soul of the party, though there are uo great symptoms of j life and soul in his face, which is about as full of expression as a bullock’s liver. Then there is young .Martin Grubb, who is a bit of a dandy, with black curling hair, and whiskers of the same pattern, paleface, thin lips, long chin, and j short nose; his instrument is the violoncello. ! James Gripe is leader of the treble voices, with ’ niUS ^ rmich stronger than those Jericho,*or i occasional digressions as above noticed. And, ; thoy vyould tiavo been roared to rubbish long j in addition to the two younger Gripes, Absalom j orc ^ l * s * But il the argreeruent ot the choir j and Peter, who play the two clarionets, there j 1j0 ’^ ie parent^ °{ noise, their disagreement is ! are Onesiphorus Bang, the shoemaker, who ; productive ol much more. More than occo 1 ' ‘ - - i (; r |p 0 an( j (jf m bb factions have carried : plays tbo first flute; Issachar Crack, a rive.l j slioemaker, who plays the second flute; Come- j lius Pike, the tobacco-pipe maker, who plays j the b.issoii: Alexander Rodolpho Crabbe, the j baker, who plays the hautboy; Gregory Plush, ' the tailor, who plays the serpent, together with I divers others, men, boys, and girls, who make ; up the whole band. j This renowned choir has for a long time co.n- ! sidered itself the nc plus ultra of the musical i profession, and consequently equal to the per formance of any music that was ever composed. The old fashioned psalm tunes are therefore all banished from Snatchani church, to the great grief of the worthy rector, whose own voico is almost put out of tune by hearing Sternhold and Hopkins sung to the tunes of “Lovely nymph, assuage my anguish,” and such like ! Vauxhall and Saddler’s Wells music. The j members of the choir too, like other political ! bodies, have not much peace within unless they have war without. If any attack be made upon ! their privileges they stick together like a swarm their animosity so far as to start two di tie rent tunes at the same time. And what can be done in such a case? Who is in the wrong? If the Grubb faction were to yield, they would be tray a consciousness that they bad not acted rightly in their selection of a tune; and if the Gripe faction were to withdraw from the cou- test, or to chime in with the Grubb-, they would seem to show the white feather: so they battle it out with all their might and main, and each party must sing «nd play as loud am possible, in order to drown the noise of the other. After church time the Grubbs throw all the blame upon the Gripes, and the Gripes retort the charge upon the Grubbs, and a man had need could nut be caught in his own trap. For this purpose they procured at Moulton a large cask With a cover which fastened d<iwn with an iron clasp secured with a pmilnck. In ihe bottom a quantity of loose lampblack was strewed, and some loose paper laid on tho lop. In this con dition they jeurneycd'-uuti! the forcmcntioned of ficer, ever on*the alert, met diem, and demand e.l that their wagon containing the cask should be searched. After a parley, in which the smugglers appeared rather shy, the man in au thority mounted the wagon—the cover was lift ed, up, and ho perceived the loose papers.— Thinking there was, without doubt, something worth while at the bottom, lie leaned ever ih ■ edge, and commenced searching with his hand. The smuggler, perceiving that his opportunity had cutr.e, tripped up his heels, and down went the astonished ofliccr bawling out murder. The rascals coolly put down the cover, and drove off without a single halt until they were Ho wards of ten miles from the place where th< y had taken in their fresh provisions. At length the hopeful Jt hit drove up !o a tav ern door, asked the landlord if he wt old let 4 hen .o Ids pay in custom- agreed, thinking rio mo hy a constafils. March 23, 1836 •10 JAMES HAMMOCK, deputy sheriff. Forty ncres of land in Cul>b county—Wicd on as the property of If. Marks, lax due iwontv-lour (rents. Forty aeres of land in Cherokee county—levied on as the I property of James T Tucker, tax due twenty-four cents. j One hundred and for'\-five corps of third quality land in i Early county—levied on ns ii;>* property of Waiter II. Mitch- i oil, :?x due ninety-five cents. j hundred and “ixty acres of land in Chmokee—levied I j on as the j lo'.K ' tv of William I\ Beasley, tax due two dol- 1 j lnrs and sixty eight cents. | j Forty acres ol land in Cherokee—levied on as th? property j i of Henry Darnali, tax due twenty four cents. Forty acres of land in Cherokee—levied on as the proper- ; ty of Wilson Crockett, tax due twenty-four cents Eighty ar res of land in Cherokee, and two hundred two j a' C'/muahle —- I an- * ,l half acres of pin? land in Pulaski county—levied on j y ” ‘ j as the property of Enoch Trice, tax due twenty-one cents, i , e li ijnin? Jessee i O' 10 hundred and sixty aeres of land in the twenty-seventh I ' of Edward district, third section of Cherokee—levied on as tho proper- j 1 Ye'vs F Harris \ l Y "f Henry T. Smart, tax due thirty seven cents. ‘ . i Forty aeres of lant! in Cherokee—levied on as the property 1 ' “ ' : of James M. Gregory, tax due twenty-four cents. j Forty acres of fir*! quality land and one hundred and fifty | two a: res of second quality laml, end two hundred two and ! | a half acres of third quality land in Troup and Merriwether j counties—levied on as tho property of George Jordan, tax ; du.? ninety eenis. Two hundred two and a half acres of third quality land j in Jasper county,adjoining Head on \V. creek—levied on as | i the property of Morgan Coals, tax due forty three cents. Eighty acres of land in Cherokee, and two hundred two j j and a half aeres of land in Carroll county—levied on as -«v. AS. ill NET ON SHERIFF'S SALE.—Un * t} th* fire* fin's dev in May next, will, within th? le- '•1 hours, h? sold, before the court-house door in the town Sunuervville, Woehington county, fk.-e h::ndrf,i acres f pine land more or less, onth? warn*of XV. ; i,r::vo:; v»vanx;>, idjoining William Tanner j and others—'-", led on a. ’-.e prop-rty of Jonathan Cordery, j to satisfy mrid , : fas in favor . f L-wis F Harris, hearer, i vs. Ji.H-. Cordery and Jonathan Cordpry: levied on-and re- I turned t? me r-y a constatde j T'- hundred acres of land m r or loss, adjoining E. , Brown nl others—i-vt -d on as in orop '- ty of Benjamin i Barwick, to satisfy afi fa :n favor of John Wicker, vs. said Thrive k: levie-1 .’n and returned to m March 18, 1830 Three iiunJr.:J a?rcs of land more or i< Harrell and others—lcvi d un as h? p M'Uaniel to t Misiy sundry fi fas in favor ui'd oth'-rs, vs. said M’Dahid: property jl’Daniel: 1- vv m*dean i rotnrn?il to t > ‘ v a constable. SiIERUDO SES .ON'-, d -pu'y sheriff. March 30, 1H36. |P YLUWiN TAX C’OLI Lt J OK’S SALE.— S3 On tho first Tuesday in May n- xi, will, within the legal hours, he sold, before the court-house door in ihe town of Milledgevillo, Baldwin county, th- following property, or so ranch, thereof as will satisfy the taxes severally due, and cost. Two hundred two and a half acres of pino land in Bald win county, and two hundred anti fifty acres of pine land in j the prop?rty of Cullen Finley, lax due forty cents. Early county—levied on as the property of John Fuller; j Two hundred two anti a half acres of third quality land lur due one dollar and sixty-five cents. i in Jasper county, adjoining Robinson, on M. creek—levied on Two hundred acres of oak and hickory land, of second I u S the property of icimeon Hainan 1, tax due forty-five cents. Quality, in Cherokee county—levied on as the property of I Forty acres of land in Cobb county—levied on asthe Miles Roberson; tax due two dollars and eighteen and three ! property of William W. Gardener, tax due twenty-four rents, fourthcents I On? hundred and seventy five acres of second quality Eighty acres of oak and hickory land, of second quality, i land in Coweta county—levied on as the property of Elisha JIIS € E Li JL A H E O L T 9. From the Court Magazine. VILLAGE CHORISTERS.* BY TUB AUTHOR OF ‘THE USUHEr’s DAUGHTER.’ A pig in a string is a troublesome article to manage, tvuo pigs in a string are more trouble, some still, to a degree, perhaps, in proportion to the squares of their distances—a rata in a halter is also proverbial for obstinacy,—mules arc celebrated for their pertinacity, and donkeys for their stupidity; but all the pigs, rams, mules, and asses in the world, put together, would be more easily managed than a company of singers in a village church. About four mites from Loppington there is a village called Snntcham. The living is but small, and the rector resides have the wisdom of a dozen Solomons to judge between them.. So eicitrd with passion, «nd puffing, and singing, and playing, have the par- 1 *>o;r.o dinner, and t: ties sometimes been after a flare- up of this kind, house goods. ‘Boniface that they have looked os tired as two teams of ^°uht to be supplied with something useful irern horses just unharnessed from two opposition f ho wagon of the smugglers whom he knew on stage-coaches; nay, the very instruments them- i ^ IG ro: ‘^ ‘ or soir ‘° years. Dinner was p recur- of bees; but at other times they are almost | selves have appeared exhausted, and an active ; horses wete k-o, and the uegcnwa; always at loggerheads ono with another. Old J miaginaiion might easily believe lhat the old big j to lac door, ihe landlord appear* d Martin Grubb wields a precarious sceptre, for [ burly bassnon, standing i.u a lounging altitude ’ ’’g* Horn the cask, when the discom- Jaines Gripe is mightily tenacious of his rights, j * n Turner ol the gallery, was panting fur Ultctl oflicci >va-ioi the Rri't lime admitted > and resists, tooth and nail, the introduction or j want ot breath. Such eiplosions res these, j “S* 1 * 1 sifipc Lis incarcetr.lion. li e Iamp- too frequent use of thaso tunes which super- ‘ however, do not frequently occur, and it G we!; i DiUL;\, toge.hei wit.i lac jo.Eng of th? Wagon, Gripe, by b' c y do not; tvhen tjiey <Io, a reconciliation ; p.accd the poor Icdc'v in. a pickle t! at is abound with bass solos. Grubb and Grip way of an attempt at compromising the matter, have latterly been in the habit of taking it by turns to choose the tunes; «nd their alternate conceived limn dcseiibed. The hed’ Lite juke, pronounced it a good drove the smugglers its liard as a serving up dinner in ft longnccked botile, too much that ye don t put one anollicr out by tbi?| narrow to admit the fox’s head. When James j diversity of singing.” Gripe chooses tho tune, ho flourishes away in — - —_ - tenor and treble solos, leaving tho butcher ns 1 r ORIGIN OF PLANTS, and performs his duty without tho aid of a cu- J mute as a fish; but when the choice devolves on i P otato ‘ s a native of South A/.ioi icn and rate. You cannot imagine a milder and more Martin Grubb, he pays offold scores by a sulcc j is still louttd wjld i.u Chili, Peru, and Monte within le?s than a hundred miles from thiscitv? —Bau gay A<1 verlirer. T) cal It of the Iitfitlcf.—It is an awful com men!ary on the doctrine of infidelity, thr* ihost slreouous supporter^ have cither mis bly falsified their sentiments in trio mo’nei in Clierokee county—levied on as th? property of \\ illiam B iker; tax due one dollar and ninrty-five and a half cents. Two hundred two and a half acres of (line land in Dooly rounty, two hundred two and a half acres of pine land in Early county, nnd two hundred two nnd a half acres of (fine land in I-ce county, and forty acres of oak and hickory iand of third quality, in Cherokee county—levied on a- thf» pro perly of William \V. Ware; tax due one dollar a id sixty cents. Knight, tax due fifty-five cents. Eighty acres of land in Cherokee—levied on ns the pro perty of Joseph VVileder, tax due thirty-eight cents. Forty acres of land in Cherokee—levied on ns lh? pro perty of James N Turner, lax due lliree dollars and ihirty- seven rents. On? hundred and sixty acres of land in Cherokee—levied oil os the properly of John Dohy, iax due eighteen cents. Two hundred two and a half acres of third quality land i hree hundred and twenty ncrcs ofonk and h.ckory land, i in Lee county—levied on as the properly ol T. J. Lucas, of second quality, in Murray county, nnd eighty acres of | tax due loriy -two eenis oak and hickory land, of third quality, in Cherokee county —levied on as the property of James llorrison; tax due tnree dollars and thirty-five cents Forty acres of oak and hickory land, of third quality, in Cherokee county—levied on as the property of Richmond Brown; tax du? one dollar and seventy-five cents. One hundred and sixty aeres of onK and hickory Iand, of second quality, in Cherokee county—levied on as the pro perty of Wesley Stone; tax du? two dollars and five cents. Forty acres of oak nnd hickory land, of secoitJ quality, ia Cherokee county—levied on as tho property of Jam s Boyle; tax due two dollars and forty-three and three-fourth cents. Forty acres of oak and hickory land, of second quality, 11 Cherokee county—levied on as the property of Gideon Anderson; tax due one dollar and severity-one cents. One hundred and twenty acres, being three separate forty n °re lots, of oak and hickory land, of second quality, in f hi*rnl(pu county—levied on as tho property of Fountain “• Blakey; tax du? one dollar and ninety-three rents. Dae hundred and sixty arris of oak and hickory land, of second quality, in Cheroki e county—levied on as the proper- *y George Jones; lax due two dollars and five-cents. "lwo hundred two and a half acres of pin? land, in Tal- hni county—levied on ns the property of Louisa Hamilton Green; tax due ono dollar and forty-one and three-fourth cents. Forty acres of oak and hickory land, of second quali’y, in nprok“e county—levied on as th? property of Irwin Sear- ’ax due one dollar and seveniy-one cents. . r ivo hundred two and a half acres of pine land, in Mcr- Unether county—levied on as ihe property of 11 airy Brown; a: t dti9 three dollars nnd seventy-eight cents. : }- lVe l' ,ls °f land, each containing two hundred two and a gJJ* acres, oak and hickory, of third quality, in Habersham -aunty, h?ing lots number eightv-three. eighty-nine, and lor- y . m tli™ fourth dis : rict of ^aid county; lot number one nnHi ^ an J fif>y-two, in thethird district of said county; t v . | nu, nher twenty-two in the sixth district of said c«»un- }, also two hundred two and a half acres of onk anil hicko- anJ ’ 111 Babun county, being lot number twenty-six in second district; also Le number forty, in the seventh scioustiess of a triumph over his tenor, truffle, j woiiti. Wheat and rye originated in Tartarv and counter-tenor rival, growls and roars with | nnd Siberia, w here they are still indigenous, it such thundering exultation, that the gallery 1 ’ s believed that wheat has had a more important quivers beneath him, while bis son saws away • influence on the c'ivilizaiion of (he \vorld than ut bis violoncello as though he would cut it in * any other plant w hatever, and of course may be half from Gregory they cun they can spare cavities soon. the “Age of Reason” passed the last vrais . . his life in a manner in which the meanest sdav ■ that ever trembled beneath the lush of the task master could have no cause to cow. Ronjajwi'.i might, iiideed, bo pointed out, as in sciric d< gcnlle creature than tliis excellent clergyman. J tionof those compositions w hich most abound in ' ^ icdo. In irs native state the root is small and or*terminated ihei'r V-xislt e i He is quite a picture, either for pen or pencil, j bass solos. And in such cases it not unfrequent-; bit'er. The dm mention of it by an Eutopcan , in ,j ’ n , {rr w j-f*T C hetln^c-s The f'hV 1 . He is not more than five feet four inches in j ly happens that Martin, in the delighted con-! writer is in It is now spread over the fn lrt « A «« ‘ ° * a " '° r ' h' ight, somewhat stout, but not very robust; he is nearly seventy years of age—perhaps quite by this time; his hair, what little is left of if, is as white as silver; his face is free from all wrinkles either of care or age; his voice is slender but musical with meakness. The prac tical principle of his demeanor has always been —any thing for a quiet life. IIo would not speak a harsh word, or think an unkind thought to or of any human being; but he is now and then tempted to think that when the apostle Paul recommended ihe Christians to live peace ably with all men, he put in tho saving clause a bold man who should sav to the contrary.— [ and Hopkins’s psalms were all made to show ; no where except in China and Japan, l' rom but faiu'.kv-slia 1 Three hundred Riid aixty acres of land in Eh ’rokoe—lp\ i?d on ns : h? roporty ot John \voret, lax due seventy-seven cents. Four hundred and five acres of land in Jasper county— adjoining M’Downl, on Shoal creek—levied on as ihe pro perly of Philemon Owen, tax due seven dollars and ninety- seven coni?. Two hundred two and a halfacres of land in Jrenry coun ty, ond eighty neresof land in Cherokee—levied on as the property of David Grant, tax due seventy cent?. | Forty acres of land in Cherokee—levied on as tlie proper- ■ ty of John Colwell, tax due twenty-four cents. 'Two hundred two and a half acres of land in Jasper county, and two hundred two and a half acres ol land in j Dooly county—levied on as the property of Riley Truit’s I orphans, tax due thirty-five cents. I Forty arr > of land !■• Forsyth county—levied on as the property of William B. Millhur, lax due twenty-four cents. One hundred and sixty acres of land in Murray county— levied on as the property of Jesse Goodwin, lax due thirty- seven cents. Forty acres of land in the third district, second section of ( herokee— levied on a? ill? property of Thomas Roulledg-q iax due tweniy-fonr certs. Two hundred two and a half acres of pine land in Lee county, on Kintchsfoony creek—levied on as the property of Foseph Dawson, tax due ihirty-iluee cents. Two hundred iwo and a half acres of third quality land in L?e county—levied on as ill? property of Robert K Hen derson, tax du? forty-one cents. Two hundred acres of land in Floyd county—levied on as the iroperiy of Re.uhcn Allow ine, tax du-forty-one cents Four hundred an l fivo acres of third quality land in Jas per couniy, adjoining K-e—levied on as the property of James Henry, tax due miy-two and a half cents Two hundred acres of s-cond quality land in Murray county- levied oil as tie property of Jam-s Steel, lax due Forty acres of second quali’y land in Cot»o eounly lev ird on as th - property of John B. Sisson, lax due twenty-eight One hundred ncrcs of second quality land in Jasper coun ty, adjoining Beic'.er, on G. crock, and fi*ny acres ol land whole ch'iir would insist upon {/laying on it all at once; but instead of an organ it has a band an opportunity of looking, over and arranging 1 are afforded by it. their books for tho next outbreak of musical of music, which has been gradually increasing ; noise. So little attention do tlie Snatchani for sotne % years past. It commenced, about i choristers pay to any other part of the Service thirty-fire years ago, with n pitchpipo, which j than that in which themselves are concerned, was presently superseded by a flute. It was that during the whole course of tho prayers, soon found, however, that the dulcet notes of a ! and in all the sermon time, they are whispering single flute were quite lost amid the chaos of i to one another, and conning over their music sounds produced by the vocal efforts of the; books, sometimes almost audibly buzzing out choir, so a second flute was added by way of ] some musical passage, which seems to require reinforcement; but all the flutes in tho world would be no match for the double bass voice of Martin Grubb the Snntcham bu cher, under whos 1 burly weight and • trlv-burjy notes the whole music-gallery trembled and shook. To give pungency to the instrument department elucidation peradventure to some novice; and Master Grubb the younger is so delighted with „ rr • ? ■ I ft "swell to existence—the Inst hero?v T e- <*.:7ec is a native ot Arabia Felix, but now 1 god-liko intellect to holiness and br;aurv.° spread into both East and West Indies. The : blackness of darkness was before him-t!,.- usd of coffee is a comparatively modern practice, j ley of the shadow of death was to him in, il being wholly unknown to tbc Greeks and Ro- 1 pable and eternal the bade. I d V •. mans. Many were the anathemas pronounced shrouded from his v: d- ,. V ; ' • ' against it on its introduction into England; the j following passage is copied from an old sermon: TtonsevclBs Tor .ad. j . -■ “They cannot wait.until the smoke of the in. fe'rnal regions surround than, but eccoinpas's themselves with the smoko of iheir own accord. mine en- for blowing up buddings said (o have met with tlie i\\; robatjon. Swift and other individuals wall quadSe'd • judge oi its met its. 1’he efficacy ofgiu.powd- • in arresting conflagrations has already bee . sitfficienlly tested in this city, to render au :> a bear hugs ils cubs, and every now and I len, in Arabia, whence about 14, COi),030 of pounds inventiou of this nature an < bject of interest. , in pleasing anticipation of some corning beau- I arc atmually exported. St. iTomingo furnishes I Tite important peculiarity bftl.isco trivance (that of tobacco) and drink a poison which On! his violoncello, that he keeps hugging ihe musi. j made black, that it may bear tf.c devil’s own cal monster \rith«s much fondness and grace as j cr.5nrr.” The bes; enfieo is brought from Mocha therefore, a hautboy was added; but the vocal-j ties, or in rapturous recollection ol some by. from 30 to 70,000,000 of pounds yearly. All j ’ a that the powder is so secured that it may into requisition for extra duty to match the j congregation. And then tlie good rector casts hautboy. James Gripe could sing very loud; j up to the music-gallery a look, not of reproof, hut the louder he sang, tfie more you heard that but of expostulation, and thereupon Master kind of noise lhat is produced by singing through j Grubb slips his hands down by his sides’, and a comb. It used to bo said ol’him that he sang I turns his eyes up to the ceiling, as if wondering as if he had studied music in a mill during a bid'll wind. To the two flutes and "ihe hautboy were added two clarionets, because two of Gripe’s younger brothers were growing up, and had a fancy for music. - Young Grubb, the son of the butcher, began soon to exhibit musical where the sound could possibly come from. The supplicatory looks of the music baited clergyman are on these occasions quite touching and most mutely eloquent: they seem to say— “Pray spare mo a little:—suffer me to address my flock. ! do notiatcrrupt your music with bitter, and with poisonous qualities. Tobacco is] ticable. A whole building would thus be saved a native of Mexico and South America, and whenever it was determined lo the exhedient cf lately one species has been (bund in New HoE j blowing up. land. It was introduced into England from The frequer.t-recnrrereo of fires in tkis citv, North Carolina, in 1538 by Walter Raleigh.— , renders il incumbent upon us to rosrvt to some The quantity exported to England from tho ! additional dr more efieettsul means of preventing United States is about’30,000,00 pounds nnnn- ; their ravages. Every one is interested in thu ally, and the total value of the exports of this] subject. If he does not expect his own buildings article $5,000,000. Asparagus was brought t will thereby he prevented from burning at least from Asia—cabbage and lettuce from Holland i he has something at stake in tho diminished -—horse raffish rdm ,'hina—and onions and ! rate of msurfmee.—Xetp Yorh Pos'.