I’Tlie last Warning?!!
TIE undersigned respectfully asks all those <
indebted to him, to make payment tvithout I
<May. , ;
Between this time and the first ot October ;
Heit, he feels assured, that all who desire to do
cuu make arrani.emeuts to meet their re
•poclive dues; and ho appeals particularly to
th asc who are in arrears ter two, three, lour,
ttad five years, to come forward and settle up
their old scores at once.
This call is forced upon him by tin* imperi- I
eus necessity of meeting his own emragements;
which he is unable to do, without punctuality on
die part of those who owe him. Therefore
tiiev are hereby notified, that even one who
iffiaU fail to make payment by the first day ol
October next, will find thbir notes and account'
pt the hands of collecting officers, without dis- i
c |ti ruination.
This will be a painful step, but it catlnot be
avoided; and those who fail to pay within tiie
riuse above stated, ought not, and i:e trusts, will
JOHN M. SH ARP.
Sparta Gt». June 11 1836. 22—ts.
subscriber offers for sale, six hundred
Jj and seven acres, first rate Corn snd Cotton
Land, with owe hundred and twenty acres fine
Ikad, under good fences, all fresh; which will
pixduee from twelve to fifteen hundred pounds
button to the acre, and from thirty to forty bushels
ffura. there is on the premises, a double log rab
bin shingle rough, and other out houses, and two
• xeelioul Wells of water, which never fails; the
above lauds till lie in the fifteenth and twenty
mghtll district Lee. now Sumter county, all join- I
tag; which will bo sold on a credit of one, two
md three years: persons wishing to purchase,
would do well to view ths premises, and call on
th» subscriber in Milledgcvile during the present
session, oral my residence in Twiggs county, af
ter the cession. BENJ. B. SMITH.
December, 7. 1835. 47—ts
EORGI A, Dooly County. Whereas
stJT Asa Shiver applies to mo tor letters ol
administration, on the estate of Ann Crozier,
late of Burke county, deceased :
These are therefore to cite and admonish all and
Mitgrilar the kindred and creditors of said deceas
ed to be and appear at my office within the time
prescribed by iaw, to shew cause (if any they have)
why said letters should nnt be granted, (liven
tinder my hand at office. 3rd September. 183(1.
THOMAS 11. KEY, c. c o.
September 13 35 -it
A dnit nistrator’s SkiSc-
ON the first Tuesday in December next,
will be sold before the Court-house door
in the town of Eatonton, Putnam County, be
tween the usual hours of sale,
A tot of land,
containing 202£ acres, known as No. 106, in
. -the 4th district of originally Baldwin, but now
Putnam County, laying between sugar and gla
<dy preeks, in said county, the s.imo being a part
lof.lhe real estate of Isaac Youngblood, deceas
yn I sol 1 for the benefit of the heirs a::d cred
sKUtiltois of sai 1 deceased. Terms made known on
bs t the dav of sale.
.•I - ■ JAMES YOUNGBLOOD. ) .
■t ■ REUBEN BULLINGTON. J ” 4 ‘
vc" • August 13, 1836. 35—tds.
k. • > J _
"|IML t ILL BE SOLD to the highest biddi r,
W V at the late residence of Aquilla Leap
i trot, deceased, in Washington county, on the
57th day of October next,
ALL THE PERSONAL PROPERTY
to wit: consisting of horses, cattle, hogs, corn
and fodder, cotton, farming tools,household and
kitchen furniture, togethi rwilii many other ar
ticles to tedious to enumerate —sale to continue
from day to day, until all is sold. Terms made
known on the dav of sale.
BOLIN LEAPTROT, Adm’r.
September 9 tds
Pulaski Sheß’ifls’ Szrle.
WILL BE SOLI), in the town of Hartford
Pulaski county, on th.' first Tuesday
in October next, the following property to wit:
One part ol lot of laud, number si.x-y-thrcc,
in the fifteenth district of formerly V> ilkinson,
now Pulaski county, levied on as the property
of Thomas Pope, to satisfy a li fit in favor ot
Simeon Bishop. P roperty pointed out by S.
N. Phelps, Esq. ami levied on and returned by
a constable, this 22d Aug. I's-Jli.
JAMES DYKES. D. Sh’ff.
Aug. 3f> 33—tds
KE E S A EBE A IL ’$
FIKE PROOF WAKE-HOUSE.
TUIE undersigned tenders his gratefel ac
knowledgements to his friends and those
of Mr. Joi m Hees for the very liberal patronage
extended them tire past season, and beg leave to
renew a tender of their services the next sea
son, with assurance of prompt attention to any
business intrusted to them. The business will
be conducted as heretofore in the name of the
undersigned. The Ware-House is large and
Commodious, situated on Broad street, conve
. , nienttoall business, particularly in forwarding
goods to the country, everything will be put in
, . complete order ready for the approaching sea
. son ; charges will be at the regulai established
EGBERT B. BEALL.
•’ slsoDoßkirs Premium.
The undersigned will on the first Saturday
in D.ceinbei next, award the following premi
. um, to wit: for the choice (or No 1) of ■’three
load* cotton to be exhibited on that day tosome
three respectable judges of cotton, seventy-five
dollars ; to the second, fifty dollars, and the third
twenty-five dollars, each load to number eight
bales and average weight of 320 lbs. to be de
livered at Rees & Beall’s Ware-house. After
the inspection and award, the cotton to he sold
to the highest bidder for account of the owner.
Ail pets ms contending for the premium-, will
instruct their cotton marked accordingly
when scut ii . Editors friendly to the proposi
tion cant publish it in their respective pa
pers as often as necessary, if not, can give no
tice on account with Ware-house advertise
E B B.
August 1G 31—1st Get.
$ 100 KE WAKO.
FOR the author < f a publication in the K-r
--nlil of the 23d ult. giving a part of my mini.-.
1 imall pay the above reward for the delivery of the
scoundrel to me at ('meta, Chambers comity.
Alaba tna. and every iidbrmatiim with regard to '
his publication shall !».; satisfactory. There arc
■> two nocturnal perig: maters,l by names Scrog
gins ami Dawsey, sn-.picions characters. I wish
the honest community to be on their guard of
1 pronumiee the author of the Ileral I prblica
tien and iiatidlnll a base calumniator, and the edi
tor unroilrteoil > iu suppi r< ing mime ;
September 13 3t
(T.»* The Standard of i'uion, the Abd a ;ia
Journal, ai <| Uotitgomeiy Advertiser will pic sc
give tl e above :j insertions audfforward their ac
eoiiets to Lal ivelte ('hainbers emtntv Alabama. I
FjENt’l R V'D. T!!S after date, application will
C. be made to I. - honorable interior court of
(iwimiett county, when settiu'’; lor ordinary pur
poses, for h-avc to sell i.ot of Land, number one
hundred .k Com-teen, in the six'eenth (list, former
ly Lee county, bitt now Sumpter comity, drawn
by Mary I’..Colyer and Air her benefit.
JNO. I’. HL I’CHINS, Guardinn.
June 7. 22—Im
SAOI i> months after dat;’, anplica ion will j
be made to the I’ororable the Court ol
Or .in.iry of u-hiin t> i county, for leave to
sell all lira I.unis he|or. ii : .r m Vniiila Lenplrot,
dec’d. BOLIN LEAI’TROT, Adm’r.
September 13 mini
Gi.ORG! \, Layette County.
I \ ?dO.\ il'S über ;!.:te, application will
|k 7 be made to the honorable the Inferiot
Court, of said county, when sitting for ordinary
purposes, lor letters dtsmt.ssery from the estate
ol .iclm Crittenden dee.
’Lliis is therefore to admonish a]| a: <! and sin
gular, the kindred ami creditors ot said deceased,
it they have any objections, why said letters i
should not be granted, to file their objections in
terms ot’ the law.
JOSEPH 11. CRITTENDEN, EYr.
June 19. 2.5 6m.
THE undersigned will attend to the Renew
al ol notes in the Central Bank at the usu
jal tee ot one tloliar for each renewal. They will
also pass tlnough the several offices and forward
Grants at one dollar for a single Grant, and fifty
cents each, where more than one is requested.
Comnmnicatmns addressed to them jointly oi
separately, post paid, will bo punctually attendee
•»■ JOHN G. PARK,
MillodgcviHe, April 26 15
SJy tli© of
S; is 2 dl S i Sc s.
5 N I’l Re-vANOE ,;t the provisions o! a trea
ty between the Eiiited r'fates am! the Chick
asaw Indians, made and concluded on Pontitoc
Creek, on the Uveniitth day of October, 1832 ami
of the supplementary ;,nd explanatory articles
thereto, made and concluded on the tmnty-sec
oml dcy of tin: same, month, and also of the 'freaty
between toe L’uited States and the Chickasaw
I iudiatis. made and condoled at the City of
I Washington, on the tweiilij-fciirth day of
: l;-.,4, ! Andrew' Jackson, President of the l’uited
: States, tin Hereby declare and make know 11, that
’ public sales for the disposal of such of the lands
ceded to the 1 nited States hvthe said Indians, as
I are hetcinaftcr described, sha’l! beheld at the land
. ( Ifficc nt PoxTiToc, in Mississippi, at the under
■ m. ntioned periods, viz :
I On the.; fust Monda:/ in September ne.rf, for the
1! ■ - in the following townships, viz:
t ownships I, of ranges 1,2, 3. 4, and 5 east,
j ownships 3,4, 5, and (J. cf range 4 east.
i ow nships 2. .3, 4, .1, and 6. of range 5 east.
1 own-hips 2, •>, 4, .1,6, 7, and 8, of ranges 6,
7.8, and 9 east.
’ aoc. nships 2, -1, 5. 9 and 7, cf range 10 east
i . On thcyb;z.',7i .Vo.tJcy in Stpleml-er n-.rl, for
■ me sale ot the Lui Is in toe following townships,
and fracrional townships, viz, ;
EAST OF THE CHICKASAW MERIDI AN
Townships 11 and 15, of tangos 3, and 4.
Pownsbips 1 i. 1 > and 16, <,l range 5.
• Township 9,10,11, 12. 13,14, 15, and 16,
frttctioual towmhqi 17, of range 6.
, lown.-.lup-b. Li .ml 11, and fraction-d townshia
15, 16 ami 17, of range 7.
low nships 9, 11) an ! 11, of ranges 8 and 9.
Also, at the same time, for the sale of the ua
ler mentioned towns i:ps and fractional town-
I Tips, west ofthe meridian, of the Huntsville dis
aict, being that portion of the Chickasaw ces
■mu, si.'uate in tlie ."ti.te of Alabama, viz :
( i ractional township 1. oi' range 12*
( i ractional townships 2,3, 4,5, 6,7, and 8, of
. *'raciioaal towndnp 2 ; townships 3,4, 5, Gand
7; fractional tov.,t;igs 8, 9 tmd 10, of range J i.
rractioual townships 3,4, 5,7 ; . ni |
t iwiishipb. and fractional townships li) and 11
of range 15.
Fractional tov nships S, 9. 10 nnd 11. of range 16.
On C:a third Mmitlay in October next, fur the
*ale of the under mentioned town-hips, viz, ;
WEST OF THE CIHCK LSA'.V MERIDIAN
1 ownship 1, ofrr.nge 1.
l own'hips 1 and (I, of range 2, 3 and 4.
i ownships I, 4, 5 and 6, of range 5.
.’’ownships 1.2,::, 4, 5 ami 6, of range 6.
l ownships 1.2,3, 4, 5 ami 6, of ranges 7 &8.
1 ownships 1, 2. 3 ami 5, of range 9.
. Ou the first Montltttj m Aitveniber next,
. ior the sale oi the underineutioned townships
’ WES TO F THE CH IK AS A W MERIDI A N
Townships 7,8, 9. It), 11, 12 am! 13, of range 1.
I Township 7,8, 9, 10 ami IJ, of ranges 2,3,
■ 4 ami 5.
| Townships 7, 8 and 9, of ranges 6, 7 and 8
. Township 7, of range 9.
The lands reserved by law for the use ofschools,
; or for other purposes, as well as the lands selcc
ted as reservations, under the provisions of the
said treaties, are to be excluded from the sales.
Each sale is to continue open for two weeks
tmd no longer. The lands v. ill be o!T el -d in quar
ter sections, and fractional quarter sections where
Given under my hand, nt the City of Washin"-
. ton, this twentieth day of May, A. D. 1836. ”
, By the Presidents
ETHAN A. BROWN,
Commissioner of the (imeral Land Ofice.
\ (L? Certificates ot scrip issued from the
| I reasm-y Department, in satisfaction of bounty
I land warrants, granted by the State of Virginia
■md the United States, for services in the revolu
tionary army; as well as certificates of land
itock, issued at the district land offices, for the
I amount of moneys forfeited by individuals, under
the credit system of land sales, arc not receivable
for lands within th- Chickasaw cession.
(.’.g-orntL LA.xnOfncK, May. 20. 1836.
JuueLL 22—1st Nov.
PjTIHE friends of this E iosa are in-
_kL formed, that until furthci arrangements he
made, Mr.,JL’f.H S L.iTASTE, lam Assistant
I.> Dr. Maiks’ Institution, near Columbia, S. C.
will assist in th:- Literary tmd Scientific 1
meuts. .’dr..'. L. was Io have assisted in ihcMu
sied Dcpartmoii), bvt Ihe mmilicr of pupils in that
has been limited, that he might assist in the ones
above named This tirrt.ngeim nt has been made,
on account of some delay in the correspomjeiicc
with the gentleman and lady named in a former
notice. The number ofoitr pupils, therefore will
be limited to 6<>, till further notice. 'There twe still
a few vacancies.
The Institution has undergone an entire and
systemactic re-organization. Our Irk mis aie in
vited to visit us nl any time, during its exercises,
from 5 A. M. till 5 P. M.
'1 hero will be a monthly examination of the
Students, beginning on the 19th of August, am|
evi ry fourth w eek thereafter, to w hich our friends
aic al >0 invited.
ANN \M. LA TASTE, ? . .
I.i (HEN LA TASTE, tj ' rmcipats
SorcoJsboiigh. July 19, jH.'lti. 27—If |
I R AIT.I) from (lie stable of the subscriber in
k”) the village of Sparta, some time in May last,
a Bay Horse about five feet high, 7 orS years old,
walks, trots and paces under the saddle, no parti
cular marks recollected. He was raised in Ken
lucky, and will probably make off in that direc
tion. Any information respecting said horse will
be thankfully received mid rcasonablv rewarded.
WILLIAM SIU'. EKS, Jun.
July 5 25—ts.
FISI 111! undersigned informs his friends ami those
.sL oi the late firm of Cutter ts Cornwell, that
he intends resuming the Warehouse and Commis
sion business tit the stoic next abm<■ the one re
cently occupied by T. J. Chaco, on the margin ol
East M ■■on, I,now nas the tow uc.f Troy, tie fur
ther informs the public that he has "bought his
Goods, <k <■., and having now on the way, from New
York am! other places, Dry Goods ami Groceries,
together making'his stock complete, which will be
sold low for ready pay. he will be ready to receive
Cotton early hi the fall, and be prepared to make
advances. He Would particularly notice to his
friends the great advantages his Warehouses have
over those in the dense part of the city with regard
to fire, they being detaciied from ether building and
I at :i distance from any street or lane and well en
close. U.S. CUTTER.
OjT” The Macon Messenger and Telegraph, Mil
ledgeville Journal and Standard of Union, will
publish the above until further notice.— Georg-i’cm.
Arch st. 26—9 m.
r ‘y informs his friends and the
public, that be has opened a house of
e'sSS'-As.'-sk entertainment in the Town of Law
renceville, Gwinnett County, Georgia, where he
llatters himself those who may favor him w ith a
call will find every thing provided which can con
tribute to them comfort ami convenience.
Lawrenceville Dec. 9, 1835. m tm 6—49.
PTJNHE Subscriber very respectfully informs his
Ja_ friends and the publick generally that he
has located himself at the Marrietta Hotel, Cobh
0. IL, where lie offers his services to search out
and te“t the valt’.'e of Gold and Land lots, and to
make a true return to applicants in the counties of
Cobb, Paulding, Floyd. Cass, Cherokee and For
syth; at the low rate of five dollars per lot; at the
above stated place, reference may be had to the
I State and Cheek maps, the quality Book, and nu-
I merical list. Patronage in the above business
[ will be thankfully received by
March IL 1835. 61 ts.
; Fj Kj“• !'• HAYNES has resumed the prac-
.ELfj' tiee of Medicine and its collateral branches,
to which bis undivided attention will be devoted
until the close of the sickly season. When not
professionally absent, he may be consulted at the
office heretofore occupied by him, or at the Ea
Sparta, August 1, 1836. 29—ts
A Ti'ORNE YS A T LA IF,
Milledgc rille, Georf ia,
•FTTAVING united their PROFESSIONAL
! JLIII INTI.RES'; S. w ill attend to business en
| trusted to them in the Counties of the Ocinulgee
Circuit, in the County of Hancock of the North
ern, Washington of the .Middle, Tw iggs and Lau
rens of the Southern, and Houston, Bibb and
Monroe of the Flint Circuits: also in the Federal
Their office is on the second floor of the Mason
ic Hall. July 19th. 1836.
S UH’EL ROCKWELL,
M. J. KENAN.
I AuguftS. 29—ts
bo sold on the 17th December
V w next, at the late residence of Henry
Jackson, deceased; the following property to
2G5 Acres of land on the waters of Shoulder
bone—one negro man 45 years old—one negro
woman, 55 years old—one do. do. 30 years old.
Also, the stock of horses, cattle, hogs, &c. &c.
Also, the corn, fodder, household and kitchen
furniture &.c. &c.
IS \AC J ACKSON, } . , ,
RODT. JACKSON, J rs -
A ig'ist 2 >, 32
SteamlbosiS. Cossipsainy c-f
pfniTE “Steamboat Company of Georgia,” of
£l fi r toshippers unusual facilities lortraus
partatiou of goods tmd produce between Savtm
uah and Augusta. Having three first rate st< tuners
of speed, ami light (trait oi water, with a full set of
totv boats, the Company will be enabled to des
patch three sets of low boats per week, with a na
vigable river, ami in the event of alow river, tiieir
new iron Steamboat Chatham, it is expected, w ill
he enabled to reach Augusta at al) times, if there
should be three feet water in the channel of the
river. Their other steamers, Cherokee and Geor
gia, drawing not over three feet six inches, can, at
any time, other than the lowest state of the river,
ascend to Augusta.
With these facilities for the convenience of the
public, the Steamboat Company rely upon a con
tinuance of the patronage of the public, with an
assurance on the part of the Directors of the
Steaboat Company, that every attention will he
paid in the protection of property, ami giving des
patch to the same. WM. T.kY LOR,
President S. B. Co of Georgia.
August 23. 32—5 t.
(fy 1 * The Constitutionalist, and Chronicle, Au
gusta; the Standard of Union, and Recorder,
.Milledgeville; the Telegraph, ami Messenger,
Macon; the Whig, and Banner, Athens; the
News, and Spy. Washington, Georgia ; Courier,
and Mercurv, Charleston ; the Journal of Com
merce, and Courier and Enquirer, New York;
the Journal. Providence; the Courier, Boston;
the Daily Advertiser, Newark, N. .1., will oublish
the above five times, and send their bills.
WILKINSON County Gn,
ALL persons are hereby forwarned against
purchasing or trading for one promisory
note, for twenty five dollars, given by the under
signed, ami payable to one Gergc Herndon of this
county, dated August the Gth. 1836.
As the consideration that the note was given for
has failed, I am determined not to pay it until
compelled by law. August the 17th. 18.-.6.
Aug 11st 23. —ts-
THE House and Lot formerly occupied by
Mrs. Jenkins &. Moore, and recently by
VVm. W. Carnes, as a Public House in this place.
The buildings have very lately undergone the most
thorough repairs and alterations, and arc now in
good order, and can accommodate a large num
ber of boarders. 'There ate several lots attached
to the premises; also, furniture of every descrip
tion, necessary for the business. This property
w ill be sold upon <1 credit of one, two and three
years, and umpicstionable titles made to the pur
chaser and immediate possession given. Any per
son disposed to engage in this hiisinc's would do
well to call and examine the promises, ami make
the purchase in time to open the House for the re
ception of members and otlters, the ensuing .Ses
sion of the Legislature.
ELIZA .1. CARNES, Adrn’x.
Alillcdyeville Avgust 30th 33—H
THK STANiHO OF UNION.
11l the Superior Court, Richmond County, Jan
S TPON the petition of Edward Thomas and
im . . "n?’ ol the Merchants’ tmd
.m.ds praying the appointment of a
Leee.ver ol the a.setsof stml Bank, for the pur
pose set forth m said petition on file :
Ordered, I hat Edward Thomas he appointed
as such Recover he fir st ..i-.j,,.- 1)()I1(1 „ J (i l secul . i .
W;."- j'PI-'ov dby the (l< ;k, in the snm of
I hirty 1 mmst.ml
. i "“ l lIH Kuceessms in offic-e, for the
ftu.hfuldi charge ofhL(lntvin said office.
It it further Ordered, That the said Merchant's
and Haulers’ Lank, do forthwith deliver tmd
transfer to said Receiver, all singular, the
ttooly,, 1 apers, .Monies and Assets of every des
cription. belonging to said Bank, and that said
Kece.ver l>u and he hereby is fully authorized and
empowered, to receive and collect, by suit in bis
own name as Receiver, or by other legal means, all
outstanding claims d ue to said Bank, and to pav
ail debts due from it, and todefend all suits pend"-
mg. er that may be brought against said Bank.
An on the receipt of said assets, or of such pcr
tmn thereof, as may authorize a dividend, the said
Recci'-er is authorized and required, from time to
time, to divide among the Stockholders or their
legal representatives, in proportion to their res
pective interests, such part of the assets of said
Bank, as he may find prudent and properto divide,
always reserving a sufficient fund to answer the
probable responsibilities of the Institution.
And H it further Ordered, That the said Re
eeiver do report to this Court, at its sitting in Jan
uary next, bis actings and doings on the premises,
and that alter the making up of said report, he he
no longer liable to any suit or claim, as Received
by any creditor oi said Bank, unless the term of
his responsibility he then furthcrextended.
It is further Ordered, That ti copy of the above
order, he published in one of the public Gazettes
of Augusta and iMilledgeville, at leastonce a month
from this date to the first of January next.
A trite extract from the Minutes, this 16th day of
JAMES M’LAWS, Clerk,
FOUR months after date, application will
be made to the honorable inferior Court
of Ware county, when sitting for ordinary pur
poses, for leave to sell Lot No. 19, in the 14th
district of originally Carroil now Heard county,
belonging to the illegitimates of Pinin"ton
WILLABY ADDAMS, Guardian.
July 26 28—m4m.
©S OT&An", fn,
FTpilIS Establishment is now under
i (he control ol the subscribers.
P ,e<l r e themselves to render com
tfe’glfeatt’A sortable those who may call on them.
PETER J. WILLIAMS.
JOHN D. RAMEY.
February, 23. (j ts
COTTON S/WO3N G.
31^' 7 hCmP BaSSinS f 0
NICHOLS & DEMING.
August 16 31—St.
IWilJeisg'eviire TCF3 Cosnpatty
stockholders met on Saturday the 20th
.111. hist., and organized by the ejection of Col.
Abner Hammond, F. V. Delaunay, T. R. Huson,
as a board of directors.
At a meeting of the directots on the same (lay.
Col. Abner Hammond was elected president, aiid
S. D. Betton, Secretary.
Avgust 23. 22—ts.
DOLLARS REWARD will be
I Js_ paid by the subscriber to any person
’ that will deliver him his Pocket-book with the
| effects that he lost in said book, on the 4th inst.
somewhere between Jourdan Dec’s store and
the cross routes towards Shiley’s Ferry, the
following papers, viz : Five notes for twenty
five dollars each, signed by Warren Stokes, and
Thos. 11. Key, payable to Gilford Kent, and
, due Ist day of January next: also ten notes for
twenty-five dollars each, signed by Edward
Diitlay,ard William Bush, payable to myself,
, and due Ist day of January next: also five
twenty-five dollar notes, and one thirty dollar
note, signed Warren Stokes, and Stephen Hits!;
also five twenty-five dollar notes, signed by
Wm. Jourdan, Samuel B. Moore: also three
twenty-five dollar notes, signed by William
Jourdan, Wm. R. Wlieeler, and Pulasiak
Wheeler; also three twenty-live dollar notes,
signed by Necdom Taylor, Harriet Taylor, and
V; ide Floyd, due Ist day of January next, pay
able io ntvsclf; also eight thirty dollar notes,
and one ten, signed by ’>l. N. McCuiiers, and
Wm. 11. McCuiiers, and Francis Brown, due
ist day bf January next, payable to myself;
also one sixteen or (17) dollar note, signed by
John Robetts, and Jacob Swearingen, due Ist
January next: also one for twenty-three dol
lars and seventy-five cents, signed by B. A.
Tharp, due by Ist day of January next, payable
to mvseif; also two fortiiirty, and one for twen
ty dollars, signed by Moses Spivy, and Warren
Stokes, due Ist January last, payable to Elijah
Calhoun, or bearer ; also one twenty-five dol
lar note, signed by Brttnkly Brown, John An- I
drews, and Wm. Bush, due Ist January last,
payable to myself; one eighteen dollar note,
signed by Mathias Floyd, duo Ist January last,
also one sixteen dollar note, signed by Ephrom
Kendrick, and Edward Munger, due 25th De-
Dember 1834, and payable to myself ; also one
thiitv, and one twentv-fivc dollar notes, signed
by Will am Little, due Ist January last, also I
two twenty-five dollar notes, signed by Allen
Wheeler, payable to Easter Kent, one day after
date, and dated 15th of January 1834; also
three executions issued from a justices court in
favor of Daniel Mathis, vs. Martin Swearingen,
amount not recollected; also one execution is
sued from the Superior court of Dooly county,
in favor of Thos. IL Key, vs. David Scarbo
rough, for one hundred and thirty-seven dollars
and sixty-seven cents, ; also one hundred and
seventy dollars, in current money, the precise
dates of the above notes not recollected at pres
ent. Ido forwarn all persons from paying, or
trading for any of the above mentioned notes
nly to myself.
N. B. The subscriber can be found in the
7th dist of Dooly county, provided information
should be sent.
P. S. Also two twenty-five dollar notes on
Jas. Brooks, .J. L. Shelby, security ; also one
for twelve dollars and fifty cents, on the same
individual ; two for twenty-five dollars, on Jo
siah Fountain, and one for twelve dollars and
fifty cents on same individual, all due January
next. GILFORD KENT.
Doolv county, July 23.
August 16. 31—list Feb.
nphe SUBSCRIBER offers for salo on ac-
JsL commodating terms, bis settlement of good
Oak and Hickory land, lyins on the eastern side
of Monroe County, three miles below Brownsville,
Comprising six hundred <v seven acres, one half of
which, is now in cultivation, ami under good fence.
Convenient to every part of Ihe farm, is a very
comfortable two story dwelling, a gin house, and
every other house necessary.
Avgust 2d. 1836. J29—tf.
TWO good workmen tire wanted at the
Palladium Office, Newnan, to whom
the highest wages will be given, prompt pay
and ti permanent situation, il’ application be)
made soon. 1
September, 6. 31—3 t. I
jjl UST received a prime Lot oi real Hemp
<2s Dundee Bagging, Warrented to be a first
rate article, which will be disposed of on very
moderate terms. J. W. SILAHAN.
Sept. 6 34—8 t.
■gp ANAWAA' from the subscriber, on the 31ss
up., a Negromail named BERRY, about
25 or 26 years of age, about 5 f eet 6 or 7 inches
high, very black, and has a down cast look when
spoltcn to. he has followed the river front this
place to Darien, on a boat for Messrs. Nichols &
Deming, 3or 4 years; whoever will deliver him
tome in this place, orlodge him in any safe Jail in
this State, so that I can get him, shall receive
the above reward, tmd all reasonable expences
paid. PRYOR WRIGHT.
Milledgeville, June 14, 1836. 22—ts.
FOUR MONTHS after date application will
be made to the Honorable, the Inferior Court
of Doo'y County, when sitting for ordinary purpo
ses, for leave to sell lot of Lind No. 2GI, in the
7tli l)i t. of said Comity, for the benefit of’ the
heirs ts James Coleman deed, this 2Jst July
JESSE SANDERLIN. Adm.
August 2d. 29—Im.
Twenty ©ollsws HewssiM,
WILL be paid for the lodgment in any safe
jail, of my negro man who
absconded about five weeks since; complexion
dark, 5 feet 8 or 9 inches high, spare make, thirty
years old. moves briskly, affects the use ofelegant
language, and has a small scar on the lower lip.
He is probably in the vicinity of Mr. Rushin’s
plantation in Houston, who owns his relatives,
or that of Mr. Job Taylor of Monroe, from whom
I bought him. BENJ. A. WHITE.
Milledgeville, August 2. 29 ts.
THE above rewrad will be paid forthe appre
hension of my man WILLIAM, sometimes
called Bill Black. WILLIAM left me about 25th
December last; he is a very bright mulato, about
5 feet 10 inches high, thick set, full faced, small
red or rather blood-shotten eyes, and straight yel
lowish hair. I have 110 doubt ho will change his
name and try to pass himself for a white ’man,
which he may be able to do unless to a close
observer. He was formerly the property of M.
Myers of this place, and" travelled with him
through tiie up country last summer. The above
reward will be paid for his arrest if loged in a
safe jail so I get him.
Aug. 16. ’■ A’s PICKARD.
The Darien Telegraph, M aeon Telegrap ,
and Journt.l, Milledgeville, and Hive Columbia,
S. C., w ill insert the above twice a month for 6
months and send their bills for payment.
TO THE CITIZENS OF HANCOCK,
But more particularly io those living
in the 102 d Bist. G. M.
WHEREAS it has been binding on me for
three or four years to take up all slaves,
and tree pet sons of colour who are living in the
Dist.., or in the village ol’ Sparta contrary to the
law that was passed in Dec. 1832, for their regu
lation;, and i having been put to much trouble
about them, and not getting pay for my labor, and
it doing no good, lam done with it. But, be it
known to the citizens of the lG2d district G.
M. that 1 shall take a shorter way to pat a stop to
it. The law is very pointed, that any white per
son oli’eudiug against the provisions ol this act, be
indicted and prosecuted before the Superior court
for any such offence, and on conviction thereof,
shall to: feit and pay a fine of fifty dollars, and all
cost ofsaid suit, now if the owners, guardians tmd
managers of such, will read the law, they will find
they are not i s friendly to their country as they
think they are. They were friendly enough with
me once, to employ an attorney to drive me and
oilier constables into our duty, ia bi iugin"- their
slaves before the courts for trial ; and have they
ever paid us our costs ’No 1 neither de they ever
intend if they can help it, but 1 intend to have
mine. Have they ever paid their attorney that
they employed • No! they think he is rich and
can do without it, and Rhodes is poor, and they
can switid e him out of his fees. Now there is
but hide difference between your cases and mine,
mine is ten days imprisonment more than yours,
which i donot intend tobear. 1 can employ an
attorney to attend to the business better than yon
have, where he will get his fees; and I will get
mine that is behind, for I intend to have my full
cost. 1 know who they are that is owing cost,
and they that owe it know as well as I do. and
they would do well to pay it before an execution
comes alter them for it. "1 also well know who it
is that give their slaves privilege of hiring their
own time, tmd 1 have sufficient proof, and mean to
try the project next Superior ('ourt; J shall take
every one indiscriminately, and they must take it
as well as they can, I expect they will think very
strange oi this, that 1 have quit bringing their
j slaves tccourtior trial, and bring the owners in
i stead oi the slaves, but I can tell mv reasons for
. that, there is more to be made by taking the own
j ers, than the slaves, and all you who are guilty of
1 giving tins privilege, you have given your slaves,
I know it; and as Ido not intend to be bothered any
more, with their slaves,! will take the owners
and bring them to court, and when they come to
pay fitly dollars, fine and cost of suit, on two or
three slaves, they will learn to keep them in away
that they ought, (it they are friendly to the govern
ment) without having poor Rhodes dragging them
!up to court for trial; and qfter trial, iq less than
one week, they are buying their meats, and they
will buy a small bit to-day, and steal twice as much
next day. they will buy a chicken from a friend
Friday night, and Saturday night they will steal
a pig from another person ; yon who are letting
slaves do that way, mav watch them, for I intend
to watch you. HENRA r W. RHODES.
August 23. 32—ts.
THE undersigned, Owners, and legal repre
sentatives of the owners, of Two Hun
dred Shares, or more, of the Capital Stock in
the Bank of Darien, hereby call a general meet
ing of the Stockholders in the said Institution ;
to be held ai the Bank of Darien, in Darien, on
Thursday, the 3rd day of November next, at 10
o’clock, .A M.
The ob ject of the meeting, being to consider
the propriety of mcinoralizing the Legislature
to grant certain amendments to the Charter ;
and to consider such propositions, as may then
be presented, relative to the interests of the said
./ P Stuart, L Ganah,
J K Kilburn, G 11 fy N Holland,
Luther Roll, Robert Walton,
Blodgct, Fleming Co Andrew Mitchell, by
JI Walton Guardn,
A Gould, Geo R Jessup,
Edward Thomas, Matthew Nelson,
J &; W Harper, I l ' A Morgan,
David E, iialsey, Henry Byrd,
John M Cooper, W R Huff,
Hitt eV Dill, Thos W Freeman,
J Higginbotham, R W King Co
Robt Lambert, Estate J Penfield,
M'Kie <S; Hindsale, Jos Cumming,EFr.
Sandl ( lark, A Champion,
IJ in. Poe, John J Jackson,
L P Ji' E C Dugas, Elias Reed,
John Coskery, Mary TF Muir,
Lewis Gibson, Jane TF Muir,
Robt. F. Foe, Elizabeth L Muir,
Rowe fy Smith, by FII Welman,At.
John A Urquhart, per Fit Wchnan,
J. Ansley, Atty. Sam'l D Corbett,
J 11 Jf j T Heard, Robert B. Jackson,
Pleasant Stovall, Bcnj Burroughs,per
Stovall Simmons, Jos II Burroughs,
Hand Jj' Barton, Adams fy Burroughs
G Dugas, Jos H Burroughs,
P Butler, TFat Duncay, by
N K Butler, Chas Green Atty.
1\ ! K Butler, in Trust H 5». Duncan Co
Thomas Bartlett, Jos Jones
S Kneelanel \ Co
August 16 31—IstNov. ’
TKTNDER an order of the Inferior Court of
Twiggs County, when sitting for oidinary
pm poses, will, on the first Tuesday in November
next, within the legal hours, be sold, before the
Court-house door in Marion County, lot of land,
number Ninety, in the fourth district of originally
Muscogee, but now Marion County. Sold as the
real estate of Janies Deshazo, deceased. Terms
made known on the day of sale.
RICHARD DESHAZO, Adm’r.
August 30 33 tds
WILL he sold at the Court House, Stew
art county, on the first Tuesday in
November next, between the usual hours oi’
sale; Lot No. one hundred and ninety-three,
(193) in the 31st District, originally Lee coun
ty ; being the real estate of Henry Griffin, de
ceased.—Sold by permission of the Hon. the
Inferior Court oi Effingham county, for the
benefit of the heirs and creditors of said estate.
JAMES GRIFFIN, » , , ,
JOHN C. GRIFFIN,! Adm rs -
Aug. 25. 1836 33 tds.
WE the Committee, appointed to examine
the Improvements of the Scholars who
have been under the care of Washington H.
Brown, through the term of one course of
S’jß wavi AS?® lEZ 33?,
decertify that they have made great proficien
cy in that art, as such we rt commend the said
Brown to the public, as a fine scribe, and hope
he will meet the confidence of the people, as he
writes various hands, well calculated to advance
the youths of our country, in fine Penmanship,
August 12th, 1836.
Robert Greer, James IT. Stark,
A. L. Robinson, Noah W. Taylor,
Pleasant M. Compton, Johnß. Dickin,
James M. Magbee, Peyton IL While,
George Davis, John V. Berry,
David J. Bailey, Stephen Bailey,
Samuel Snoddy, Robert C. Mays,
William L. Wilson.
September, G. 54—3 t.
Post Office Department, ?
Washington, July 23, 1836. 5
PROPOSALS will be received until tho 15th
day of September next, at 12 o’clock, M.,
(to be decided the next day) for carrying a daily
express mail on horseback, in railroad cars, or in
steamboats, for the purpose of conveying slips
from newspapers in lieu of exchange newspapers
and letters (other than such as contain monay)
not exceeding half an ounce in weight, mark
ed “ express mail,” and public despatches, on the
routes and during the times hereinafter stated, to
From New York to Philadelphia, 90 miles and
hack, to stop at not more than three intermediate
Leave New York at 5 pm, arrive at Philadelphia
by 2am next day.
Leave Philadelphia at 7 am, arrive at New
York by 3 p tn.
Proposals from the Railroad Company for car
rying the great mail as well as the express mail,
will be considered at the same time.
Service to continue until the 30th June, 1840.
From Philadelphia to Baltimore, 100 miles and
back ; to stop at not more than two intermediate
Leave Philadelphia at 2j am, arrive at Balti
more by .J p 111.
Leave Baltimore at 8J p m, arrive at Phila
delphia by 6j a tn, next day.
Setvice to continue until the 30th June, 1840.
From Baltimore to Washington, D. C., 38 miles
Leave Baltimore at 1 p tn, airive at AVashi tig
ton by 5 p m.
Leave Washington at pm, arrive at Balti
more by 8 p m.
Proposals from the Railroad Company to carry
the great mail as well as the express mail, will be
considered at the same time. Service to continue
till 30th J line. 1840.
From Washington to Fredericksburgh T z irginia,
61 miles and back, to stop at not more than one in
Leave Washington at 5t p m, arrive at Frede
ricksburgh by I !.t p m.
Leave Fredericksburgh at 10 am, arrive at
Washington by 4 p m. Service to continue till
tho 30th June, 1839.
From Fredericksburgh to Greensboro’, N. C.,
248 miles and back, to stop ataiot more than seven
Leave Fredericksburgh at 12 night, arrive at
Greensboro’ (25 hours,) by 1 a m the next day af
Leave Greensboro’ at 10. - am, arrive at Frede
ricksburgh by 9.j a m the next day. Service to
continue till the3oth June, 1839.
From Greensboro’to A’orkville, S. C. 124 miles
and back ; to stop at not more than four interme
Leave Greensboro’at 1J am, arrive at York
ville by 2 pm.
Leave Yorkville at 10£ p m, arrive at Greens
boro’ by 10 a in the next day.
Service tocontinue till the 30th June, 1839.
From Yorkville to Washington, Ga., 146 miles
and back; to stop atnotmore than four interme
Leave Yorkville at pm, arrive atAA’ashing
ton by 5 a muextday.
Leave Washington at p in, arrive at York
ville by 10 a m next day.
Service to continue till the 30th June, 1839.
From Washington to Columbus, Ga., 181 miles
and back ; to stop at not more than five intermedi
Leave Washington at am, arrive at Colum
bus by 11 £ p m.
Leave Columbus at m, arrive at Washing
ton by 8 a m next day.
Service to continue til) the 30th June, 1839,
From Columbus to Montgomery, Ala., 81 miles
and back; to stop atnotmore than one intermedi
Leave Columbus at 12 night, arrive at Montgo
mety by 8 a in next day.
Leave Montgomery at am, arrive at Colum
bus by 3 p ni.
Service to continue till the 30th June, 1838.
From Montgomery to Mobile, 198 miles ami
back; to stop at not more than four intermediate
Leave Montgomery at 9 am, arrive at Mobile
by 5 a m next day.
Leave Mobile at 12 m, arrive at Montgomery
by 7am next day.
Service to continue till the 30th June, 1838.
To enable tho Postmaster General to select be
tween tho two principal mail routes through the
South, proposals will also be received for carrying
the daily express mail from Fredericksburgh, Va.
to Columbus, Ga. as follows, viz:
From Fredericksburgh to Richmond, 67 miles
ami back; to stop at not more than one intermedi
Leave Fredericksburgh at 12 night, arrive at
Richmond by 6 a m next day.
Leave Richmond at 4 am, arrive at Frede
.licksburgh by 9<t a m.
Proposals from the Railroad Company for car
rying the great mail, as well as tho express mail,
w ill be considered at the same time.
From Richmond to Petersburg!!, 21 miles and
Leave Richmond at 6j am, arrive at Pcters
burgh by 8A a ni.
Leave Petersburgh at 1 <Janri, arrive at Rich- ‘
tnond by a in. 1
From Pet.ersburgli to Blakely Depot. N. C., (’4
miles and back ; to stop at not more than one in
Leave Pctersburgh at 6 a tn, arrive at Blakely
Depot by 2j pm. J
Leave Blakely Depot at 8 p m, arrive at Peters- c
burgh by I a m next day. I
Proposals from the Railroad Company to carry
. the great mail, as well as the express mail, will bo
considered at the same time.
From Blakely Depot to Fayetteville, 154 miles
and back ; to stop at not more than three inter
Leave Blakely Depot at 3 pm, arrive at Fay
etteville by 5 am next day.
Leave Fayetteville at 7 a in, arrive at Blakely
Depot by pm.
From Fayetteville to Columbia. S.G., 154 miles
and back; to stop atnotmore than two intermedi
Leave Fayetteville at 5j a in, arrive at Colum
bia by 7 J p m.
Leave Columbia at spm arrive at Fayetteville
. by 61 a m next day.
From Columbia to Milledgeville, Ga., IG3 miles
and back ; to stop at not more than three interme
Leave Columbia at 8 pm, arrive at Milledgeville
by 11 a m next day.
Leave Milledgeville at am, arriv; at Colum
bia by 5 p m.
From iMilledgeville to Columbus, 133 miles and
bacic to stop at not more than three intermedi
Leave Milledgeville at am, arrive at Co
lumbus by 1 Ij p m.
Leave Columbus at3£ p m, arrive at Milledge
ville by 3 a m next day.
Service on these routes to continue till 30th June.
i With the hope of inducing the several compa
, nies that occupy the travelling lines between New
York and Washington to form such a connection
j- as will carry the mails as well as travellers through
in the least possible time, proposals are invited
from them to carry both the great mail and the ex
press according to the following schedule insteam
. boats and railroad cars, viz :
1 Leave New York at 4p m, arrive at Philadel-
Leave Philadelphia at p m, arrive at Bald
: more by 9j am, next day.
} Leave Baltimore at 10 am, arrive at Washiug-
> ton by j pm.
Leave Washington at 4£ p m, arrive at Balti
more by 7 p m.
Leave Baltimore at pm, arrive at Philadel
phia by a in, next day.
Leave Philadelphia at 6 am, arrive at New York
by 1 p m.
Contracts for the foregoing service are to bo
executed by the 15th day of October next. They
will be sent to the postoffices of the accepted bid
ders for the purpose in time.
The service is to commence on Tuesday, the
Ist day of November nex’, and is to be daily both
No proposal will be considered unless it be ao
companied by a guarantee, signed by two respon
sible persons, in the following form, viz.
' “ The undersigned aß d
guaranty that if his bid
for carrying the Express mail from to
be accepted by the Postmaster
' General, shall enter into an obligation prior to the
' 15th day of October next, w ith good and sufficient.
1 sureties to perform the service proposed.” Da
) ted “ , 1836.”
To which the guarantors shall sign their
It is also required that the bidder or bidders for
ward with theirbids the certificate of a postmae—
-1 ter, iu the following form, viz :
“ 1 certify that and
1 , who have signed the fore
going as guarantors of , iu bis
bid for carrying the Express mail from
to , are men of property, and able te
. make good their guaranty.” Dated “
Each route must be bid for separately. The
route, the sum, and the residence of tho bidder,
I should be distinctly stated iu each bid.
: The Postmaster General reserves the power of
changing the schedules, but not so as to increase
The mails are to leave precisely at the time set,
. Three minutes only are allowed for opening and
closing them at the intermediate offices.
For each failure to arrive at the lime set in tho
. schedule, the pay of die trip shall be forfeited, sub
ject to be increased to a penalty of ten limes that
amount; and for a repetition of failures the con
tract may be annulled.
If it should become necessary at any time to dis
continue the service contracted for (a result which
. is not expected) the contractors shall be euxitled to
receive two months’ extra pay.
Those who enter into this service must make up
their minds not to let bad roads, nor storms, nor
floods, nor casualties, nor dangers, prevent their
performance according to contract. Water-proof
bags will be furnished for the mails ; and no ex
cuse whatsoever w ill be taken for a failure to arrive
at the time set in the schedule.
The proposals should be sent to the Department
sealed, endorsed “ Proposals for Express Mail,”
and addressed to the first Assistant Postmaster
General, S. R. Hobbie.
August 30, 1836,
From recent information, it appears that the
Mail can be conveyed from Blakely to Mobile,,
between the hours of 8 and 10 in tiie morning,
and despatched from Mobile, returning, at 3 in
the afternoon, more advantageously than at any
other hours of the day. The arrivals and de
partures at and from Mobile, being fixed at 10
A. M. and 3 P. M. the following additional time
may be allowed, viz:
One hour more time than is above advertised
in running from Fredericksburg to Greens
One hour more from Greensboro’ to Yorkville.
One hour more from Yorkville to Washington.
And one hour more from Washington to Co
Half an hour more from Fredericksburg to
One hour more from Blakely depot to Fay
One hour more from Fayetteville to Colum
One hour more from Columbia to Milledge
And half an hour more from Milledgeville to
Four hours more time from Mobile to Mont
One hour and a half more from Montgomery
Four hours more from Columbus to Wash
Three hours more from Washington to York
Two hours and a half more from Yorkville to-
And four hours and a half more from Greens
boro ’to Fredricksbnrg.
Two hours and a half more time from Co
lumbus to Milledgeville.
Three hours and a half more from Milledge
ville to Columbia,
Three hours more from Columbia to Fayett
Three hours more from Fayettville to Blake-,
Half an hour more from Blakely depot to.
Half an hour more from Petersburg Io Rich
One hour more from R ichmond to Frcdcricks
And hall an hour more from Baltimore to
Arrival at New A’ork, to be at two, P. M.
The attention of bidders is especially called
to this extension of time. Alterations in the
schedules of the hours of arrival and departure
at all the places above named, will be made to v
S. R. ROBBIE, Act’g. P. M. Gcn'l.
August 9, 30— 4t.
P. S. If the mail shall regularly exceed seventy
pounds in weight, the Department will consider it
self bound to pay for mi additional horse when the
express is carred on horseback, if hit additional
horse be employed. A. K.