ON the first Tuesday in December next,
will be sold before the Court-house door
In the town of E ttonton, Putnam County, be
tween the usual hours of sale,
A lot of land*
eontsiulnjr 202} acres, known as No. 106, in
the 4th district of originally Baldwin, but now
Putnam County, laying between sugar and gla
dy creeks in said county, the same being a part
of the real estate of Isaac Youngblood, deceas
ed, and sold for the benefit of the heirs and cred
itors of said deceased. Terms made known on
lite day of sale.
James youngblood. i.. ,
REUBEN BULLINGTON. J *■
August 13, 1836. 35—td< ■
WILL BE SOLD, on the first Tuesday
in December next, nt the Court-house
in Sumpter county, in the usual hours of sale,
lot of land No. 164, in the 17th district, origi
nally Loe, but now Sumpter county, for the
benefit of the heirs and creditors of Thomas
Barber, dec’J. This the 6th Sept. 1836.
JOHN BOWIN, ad'mr.
Sept. 30, 1836. 36—id*.
WILL BE SOLD, en Ute first Tuesday
in December next, at the Court house
In Cobb county, Ga, agreeably to an order of
the the honorable the inferior court of Warren
county, when sitting for ordinary purposes, a
let of I uid containing 40 acres, in the gold re
gion, C.tbh'coanty,) known a* No. 164,
17th district2l section, belonging to the estate
of Adam Granado, dec’d. Terms cash. Sep
tember 15th 1836.
JOSEPH ANSLEY, adm'r.
•ept. 2(1, 1836. , 36—tds. '
WILL be 10l J on the 17th December
next, at the lute residence of Henry
Jackson, deceased; the following property to
265 Acres of land on the waters of Shonldcr
boue-—>ne 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. dkc.
Also, the corn, fodder, household and kitchen
furniture dec. &.<•.
ISAAC JACKSON,» ~ ,
ROB T. JACKSON. | A,lm rt '
August 23, 32
ADMINISTR ATOR’S SALE—WiIi be sold
on the first Tuesday in January at
he court-house, in Gwinnett county, lots of land
NO. 045 7th diSt.
ifithdist., both in Gwinnett county; also one
kely negro fellow BEN. abont twenty eight
year* old. sold for the benefit of the heir* and
creditors of David Delk, late of said county dc-
C. HOWEM, ? ~ ,
DAVID DELK, $ AJmr ’’
Oet. 25. 41— tnJm.
GUARDIAN’S SALE—On the 6r*t Tues
day in January next, will, within the legal
hours. he sold, before the court house dour,in the
tow i of Zebulon, Pike county, one negro man,
by the name ol HARTWELL, between twenty
seven and thirty years of age. as the property of
Joeeph IL Daniels, (minor,) sold for the benefit of
•■id minor. 'Perm* made known on the day,
this 12th October, 1835.
EGBERT P. DANIEL, Guardian.
October 25. 41—m4in.
FOUR MONTHS after date application
will be made to the honorable the In
erier Court of Pulaski county, when sitting for
ordinary purposes, for leave to sell 250 acres of
land, being lots No. 195, and 226. in the 12th
district of original y Houston, now Pulaski
county, lying on t|je waters of Buck Creek :
The Negroes, together with some Cattle and
Household furniture, belonging to the estate of
Frederick Barbour, late of said qounty, dcc'd.
September 39th, 1836.
THOMAS C. BARBOUR, adm'r.
October 11. 39—m4m.
FOUR MONTHS after date, application will
be made to the honorable the Inferior
court of Pike county, when tilting for ordinary
purposes, for leave to «ell lot of land No.
125. in the third district of Pike county, for the
benefit of James A. Crawley, minor, under the
age of 21 years. September the 17tb, 1836.
JAMES A. CRAWLEY, Nut Guardian.
Sept. 20. 37—in4iu.
"B7IOUR months after date, application will
JU be made to the honorable Inferior Court
•f Wars county, when silting for ordinary pur
poses, for leave to sell Lot No. 19, in die 14th
district of originally Carroll now Heard county,
belonging to the illegitimates of Pinington
WILLABY ADDAMS, Guardian.
July 26 28—m4ni.
FOUR MONTHS after date application will
be made to the Honorable, the Inferior Court
of Dooly County, when sitting for ordinary purpo
ses. for leave to sell lot of land No. 201, in the
7th Di*t of said County, for the benefit n( the
heirs of James Coleman deed, this 21st July
JESSE SANDERLIN. Adm.
August 2d. 29—4 m.
GEORGIA, Fayette County.
SIX MONTHS after date, application will
be made to the honorable the Inferior
Court, of said county, when sitting for ordinary
purpose*, for letters dismissory from the estate
of John Crittenden dec.
This is therefore to admonish all and and sin
gular, the kindred and creditors of said deceased,
if they have any objections, why said letters
k should not be granted, to file their objections m
•* terms of the law.
JOSEPH H. CRITTENDEN, Er'r.
Juno 19- _ ss—Jim.
GEORGIA, Crawfoyd rauuty.— James Wil
■on of the 529th district. G. M. .tolled be
fore me. Johnathan Ross, a Justice of the Peace,
one iron grey horse, six years old, blind iu the left
eye. with a long switch tail, appraised by Lewi*
Holt and Samuel Dukes to 810 00.
WM. McGEE, C. I. C.
September 28th 1836. 38—ts.
GEORGIA, Forsyth county,
WHEREAS Wiley B. Hatchins applies
to me for letter* of adosiuistralion on
the e«tste of William H. Hunt deeeoned.
• T'-ese r.re therefore to cite and nAmonish all
and singular, the kindred and ei editors ofsaid de
ceased. to bs and appear withm the tithe pre
scribed hy'law, fa shdw cause, (if any they have)
why said letters should not he granted.
Given under my hand, this 15th Oet. 1836.
D. McCOY, e. c. o.
Oet. 25. 41—It.
GECRGIA. Murray eosmty.
WHEREAS Robert Reid and A. R. Wear,
applies te me for letters of administration
ea the estate of Samuel Blair, late of said county
Th<*«e are therefore to eite sod admonish all
and siiixal ar, -.he kindred and creditors of said
deceased, to be and appear st my ofliea within
the time prescribed hy law. to shew cause, (if
any they have) why said letters should not ho
Given nn-ler mv hands* nflle*, 10th Oet. 1836.
BURTON McGEHEE. Cl’k. e. c, o.
Oet . 23. 41— 3t
FOUR months after date, application will
be made to the honorable the Court of
Ordinary of Wash ngton county, for leave to
•ell all the land* belonging to Aquilla Lcaptrot,
dtseeasod. BOLIN LEAPTROT, A Im’r. I
September, 13. tn Im. |
In ths Superior Court, Riibinond County, Jan
uary Term, 1836.
UPON the petition of Edward Thomas and
others. Stockholders ol the Merchants’ und
Planters' Hauk, praying the appointment of a
Receiver of the assets of said Bauk, for the pur
pose set forth in said petition on file :
Ordered, That Edward Thomas be appointed
as such Receiver, he first giving and securi
ty, to be approved by the Clerk, in the sum of
Thirty Thousand Dollars, payable to the Clerk of
this Court, nud his successors in office, for the
faithful discharge of his duty in said office.
It it further Ordered, That the said Merchant’s
■ud Planters’ Bank, do forthwith deliver and
transfer to said Receiver, all and singular, the
Uooks, Papers, Monies and Assets of every des
cription. belonging to said Bank, and that said
Receiver be and he hereby is fully authorized and
empowered, to receive and collect by suit in his
own name as Receiver, or by other legal means, all
outstanding claims due to said Bank, and to pay
all debts due from it, and to defend all suits pend
ing, or that may be brought against said Bank.
An on the receipt of said assets.or of such por
tion thereof, a* may authorize a dividend, the said
Recei' er is authorized and required, from time t
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 lie may find prudent and proper to divide,
always reserving a sufficient fund to answer the
probable responsibilities of the Institution.
And ■( it further Ordered, That the said Ro
reiver do report to this Court, at its sitting in Jan
uary aext v his actings nnd doings on the premise*,
and that after the making up of said report, he be
no longer liable to any suit or claim, as Received
by any creditor of said Bank, unless the term of
his responsibility bethen further extended.
It it further Ordered, That a copy of the above
. order, be published in one of the public Gazettes
of Augusta and Milledgeville, at leastonre a month
from this date to the first of January next.
A true extract from the Minutes, this 16th day of
JAMES M’LAWS, Clerk.
AGREEABLY to an order of the Inferior
Court of Washington County, when sit
ting for ordinary purposes, will, on the first
Tuesday in December next, within the legal
hours, be sold before the court-house dooi, in
the town of Newnan, Coweta county, the Lot
No. 250, and of the fourth section, belonging
to the orphans of Grove Corbit, dec’d ol said
county, for the benefit of said orphans.
Terms made known on the day.
JARED WOOD, guardian..
October 11. 39—tds.
PURSUANT toan ordet of the Inferior
Court of Washington county, when sit-
I ting for ordinary purposes, will, on the first
Tuesday in December next, within the legal
hours be sold, before the Court-house door, in
the town of Fayettville, Fayette county, Lot
No. forty-two, ninth district of said county,
containing two hundred two and a half acres,
of land, being a pait of the realestate of Groove
Corbit, late of Washington county, dec’d for
the purpose of distribution among the heirs.
Tvrms made known on the dav of sale.
JARED WOOD, adm'r.
October 11. 39—tds.
i FWNHE subscriber contemplating to remove
■ to the west, oilers for sale, the Eagle
Tavern, in the town of Warren. It is the
half-way-house between Milledgeville and Au
usta,isthe stage house, and one of the bes.
grinds in Georgia. It is quite probable tha
st ann of the rail road from Augusta, to Athens
anl ba constructed to this place. For terms 1
wilch will be liberal and accommodating, ap
whito the subscriber,
JOSEPH C. HARRIS.
Sept. 20, 1836. 36—ts.
NOTICE. —All perons indebted to the estate
ofThomas S. Ivy, late of Pulaski county,
deceased, are requested to make immediate pay
ment, and those having demands against the es
tates will present them within the time prescribed
W. S. WHITFIELD, adm'r.
October 11. 39—6 m.
WK7ILL bs sold on the plantation of Dr. F. G.
’ * Calloways dec. in Baker Co.unty com
mencing on the first monday in January next, and
continuing from day to day, until all is sold.* All
of the perishable property belonging to said dec.
consisting of ten first rate Mules, one first late
mare and colt, the stock of Hogs and Cattie, two
road waggons and harness, one two horse waggon
and harness, one set black smiths tools, one gin
and running gear, plantation tools of all kinds,
household and kitchen furniture, and the crop of
corn and fodder, consisting ol about eight hundred
barrels of corn, and a considerable quantity of
fodder also, will heat the same time and place, the
plantation consisting of about four hundred acres
of open land, all under a good fence, and in a
nice state of cultivation for the ensuing-year.
Terms made known on the day of sale.
JAMES M.CALLOWAY, Adm'r.
SUSAN S. CALLOWAY, Adm’x.
THE owner of Lot No. 77, iu the first district
of Irwin county, drawn by William Wells
of Clark county, is hereby informed, that he can
sell it for ■ fair price, on application to the sub
scriber at Copeland's Post Office, Telfair county.
JAMES L. WILCOX.
Sept. 20. 37—ts.
A TEACHER wanted, for the year 1837,
to take charge of the Clinton Academy,
Jones County.—One calculated to teach the
usual branches taught in Academies, will re
ceive a liberal Salary, on exibiting satisfactory
Letters addressed to either of the under
signed Trustees will meet with attention.
JAMES GRAY, }
CHAS. HUTCHINGS, |
JONATHAN PARRISH, > Trustees.
HORATIO BOWER }
# Editors of the Southern Recorder, will
give the above advertisement weekly insertions
n (heir paper until Ist January next and for
ward their account to the Trustees or pay
ment. Clinton, 18th Oct. 1836.40.—tlstJan.
T Sparta Male Academy.
HE annual examination of the students of
this institution, will take plaee on Thurs
day and Friday. the 3d and 4th days of Nov.
next All interested, are respeetlully invited to
The exercises of ths above Academy will be
resumed on the second Monday in January 1837
Oct. 2->, 1836.
A VALUABLE tract of LAND, containing
*2o2} acres, of which about one hundred and
twenty acres are cleared and under good fence;
the remainder well timbered with a mixed growth
Pine* Oak and Hickory.
Ou the premises is a dwelling house, a U I other
out houses, including a fine new Gin house and an
excnlleut Gin- The farm is supplied with pure
water from both springs and well. For terms ap
ply at the office of the Standard of Union, or to
Assolam Black, on the premises.
A. IL BLACK.
Oct. 22d- 41—ts
THE House and Lot formerly occupied by
Mrs. Jenkins & Moore, and recently by
Wm. W. Carnes, as a Public House in tins place.
The buildings have very lately undergone the most
thorough repairs and alterations, and are now in
good older, and can accommodate a large num
ber of boarders. There are several lots attached
to the premises; also, furniture of every descrip
tion, necessary for the business. Ibis property
i will be sold upon a credit of one, two and three
years, and unquestionable titles made to the pui
chaserand immediate possession given. Any per
son disposed to engage in this business would do
well to call and examine the premises, and make
the purchase in time to open the House lor the re
ception of members and others, the ensuing Ses
sion es the Legislature.
ELIZA J. CARNES, Adm’x.
Milledgeville August 30th 33—ts
THE Subscriber very respectfully informs his
friends and the publick generally that he
has located himself at the Marricttn Hotel, Cobb
C. IL, where he offers his services to search out
and te’t the value of Gold and Land lots, and to
make a true return to applicants in the counties of
Cobb, Paulding, Floyd. Cass, Cherokee and 1‘ or
syth; at the low rate ol five dollars per lol; at the
above stated place, reference may be had to the
State and Cheek maps, the quality Book, and nu
merical list. Patronage in the above business
will be thankfully received by
Marchll. 1835. 61 ts.
Georgia JFcittalc College,
THE friends of this Institution are in
formed, that until furthei arrangements bo
made, Mr. JULIUS LATASTE. late Assistant
iu Dr. Maiks’ Institution, near Columbia, S. C.,
will assist in the Literary and Scientific Depart
ments. Mr. J. L. was to have assisted in the Mu
sical Department, but the number of pupils in that
has been limited, that he might assist in the ones
above named. This arrangement has been made,
on account of some delay in the correspondence
with the gentleman and lady named in a former
notice. The number of our pupils, therefore will
be limited to 59, till further notice. There are still
a few vacancies.
The Institution has undergone an entire and
systeinactic re-organization. Our friends aie in
vited to visit us nt any time, din ing its exercises,
from 5 A. M. till 5 P. M.
There will be a monthly examination of the
Students, beginning on the 19th ol August, and
every fourth week thereafter, to which our friends
e al so invited.
ANNA M. LA TASTE, 1 „ ■ ■ ,
LUCIEN LA TASTE, $ 1 rn,c, P als
Sorcottsbough, July 19,1836. 27—ts
THE above rewrad will be paid forthe appre
hension of iny man WlLLlAM,sometimes
called Bill Black. WILLLSM left me about2sth
December last ; he is a very bright mulato, about.
5 feet 10 inches high, thick set, full faced, small
red or rather blood-shotteu eyes, and straight yel
lowish hair. I have no doubt he 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 the 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. Y S PICKARD.
ft?* The Darien Telegraph, Macon Telegraph,
and Journal. Milledgeville, and Hive LLUumbia.
S. C., will insert the above twice a month lor 6
month* awl tlwii- bills for payment.
STRAYED from the subscriber on the 26th
Sept, ten head of BEEF CAI'TLE,
particular marks not recollected, only that ibe
most of them are branded J. P., five of them
are small size, and five large size; they were
driven from Lowndes comity, and maybe ma
king their way back; any person who may
take diem up, or give any information of them
will be liberally rewarded, on giving the sub
scriber the earliest information of the same.
WM. C. W. CLARKE,
Sparta, Oct. 4. 39—ts.
Fifty dollars reward will be
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 Dee’s store and
the cross routes towards Shiley’s Ferry, the
following papers, viz : Five notes for twenty
live dollars each, signed by Warren Stokes, ami
Thos. H. Key, payable to Gilford Kent, and
due Ist day of January next : also ten notes for
twenty-five dollars each, signed by Edward
Dutlay, and 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 Hust;
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. Wheeler, and Pulasiak
Wheeler; also three twenly-five dollar notes,
signed by Necdom Taylor, Harriet Taylor, and
VVade I loyd, due Ist day of January next, pay
able to myself; also eight thirty dollar notes,
and one ten, signed by M. N, McCullers, and
Wm. H. McCullers, and Francis Brown, due
Ist day of January next, payable to myself;
also one sixteen or (17) dollar note, signed by
John Roberts, 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 myself; also two forthirty, 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 Brunkly Brown, John An
drews, and Wm. Bush, due Ist January last,
payable to myself; one eighteen dollar note,
signed by Mathias Floyd, due Ist January last,
also one sixteen dollar note, signed by Ephrom
Kendrick, and Edward Munger, due 25th Dc-
Dember 1834, and payable to myself; also one
thirty, and one twenty-five dollar notes, signed
by William Little, due Ist January last, also
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
favor of Daniel Mathis, vs. Martin Swearingen,
amount not recollected ; also ono execution is
sued from the Superior court of Dooly county,
in favor of Thos. H. 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 dixt 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 dollar* 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.
Dooly county, July 23.
August 16 31—list Fi b
THE STANDARD OF UNION.
THE undersigned informs his fr iends and those
of the late firm of Cutter if Cornwell, that
lie intends resuming the Warehouse and Couiriis
sion business at tin, store next above the one re
cently occupied by T. J. Chace, on the margin oi
East Macon, known as the townul’Troy. llefur
tber informs the public that lie has bought his
Goods, &.c., ami having now on the way, from New
York and other places. Dry Goods and Groceries.
toßethcr making bis stock complete, which will be
sold low for ready pay, he will be ready to receive
Cotton early in the fall, and be prepared to make
advances. He would particularly notice to his
frieudsthe great advantages his Warehouses have
over those in the dense part of the city with regard
to Jir«, they being detached from other building and
at a distance from any street or lane and well en
close. n. S. CUTTER.
OJ 5 * The Macon Messenger and Telegraph, Mil
ledgeville Journal and Standard of Union, will
publish the above until further notice- — Georgian.
Arch st. 26—9 m.
TO THE CITIZENS OF HANCOCK,
But more particularly io those living
in the W2d Bist. G. M.
WHEREAS it has been binding on me forj
three or four years to take up all slaves,
and tree poisons of colour who are living in the
Dist., or in the village of Sparta contrary to the
law that was passed in Dec. 1832, for their regu
lations, ami 1 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 102 d district G.
M. that 1 shall take a shorter xvay to pat a stop to
it. The law is very pointed, that any white per
son offending against the provisions ol this act, be
indicted and prosecuted before the Superior court
for any such offence, and on conviction thereof,
shall forfeit and pay a fine of fifty dollars, and all
cost of said suit, now if the owners, 'guardians and
managers of such, will read the law, they will find
they are not ;:s friendly to their country as they
think they Lre. They were friendly enough with,
me once, to employ an attorney to drive me and
other constables into our duty, is bringing their
slaves before the courts for trial ; and have they
ever paid us our costs ? No ! neither <le 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
cau do without it, aud Rhodes is poor, aud they
can swindle him out of his fees. Now there is
but little diflereuce between your cases and mine,
mine is ten days imprisonment more than yours,
which Ido not iuteud tohear. J can employ an
attorney to attend to the business belter than you
have, where he will get his fees; and 1 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
i they would do well to pay it before an execution
comes after them for it. I also well know who it
is that give their slaves privilege of hiring their
o vn time, and 1 have sufficient proof, and mean to
try the project next Superior Court; I shall take
every one indiscriminately, and they must take it
as well as they can, I expect they ivill think very
strange of this, that I have quit bringing their
slaves to court for trial, aud bring the owners in
stead of the slaves, but I can tell my reasons for
that, there is more to be made by taking the own
ers, than the slaves, and all you who are guilty of
giving this privilege, you have given your slaves,
know it; and as I do not intend to be bothered any
more, with their slaves, 1 will take the owners
and bring them to court, and when they come to
pay fifty dollars, fine and cost, of suit, on two or
i three slaves, they will learn to keep them in away
; that they ought, (if they are friendly to the govern
ment) without having poor Rhodes dragging them
up to court for trial; and after trial, in 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 ; you who are letting
slaves do that way, may •■-■Aich ttiouz. f\>r T intoud
to watch you. ‘ HENRY \V. RHODES.
TSie Bast Warning-1!
THE undersigned respectfully asks all those
indebted to him, to make payment without
Between this time and the first of October
| next, he feels assured, that all who desire to do
' so, can make arrangements to meet their re
spective dues; and he appeals particularly to
those who are in arrears for two, three, four,
and five years, to come forward and settle up
their old scores at once.
This call is forced upon him by the imperi
ous necessity of meeting his own engagements;
which he is unable to do, without punctuality on
t he part of those who owe him. Therefore
hey are hereby notified, that even one who
hall fail to make payment by the first day ol
* ctober next, will find their notes and accounts
Y the hands of collecting officers, without dis
c r This will be a painful step, but it cannot be
avoided; and those who fail to pay within the
time above stated, ought not, and he trusts, will
JOHN M. SHARP.
Sparta Ga. June 14 1836. 22—ts.
THE subscriber offers for sale, six hundred
and seven acres, first rate Corn snd Cotton
Land, with one hundred and twenty acres fine
land, under good fences, al) fresh; which will
produce from twelve to fifteen hundred pounds
Cotton to the acre, aud from thirty to forty bushels
Corn, there is on the premises, a double log cab
bin shingle rough, and other out houses, and two
excellent Wells of water, which never/ails; the
above lands all lie in the fifteenth and twenty
eighth district Lee, now Sumter county, all join
ing ; which will be sold on a credit of one, two
and three years; persons wishing to purchase,
would do well to view the premises, and call on
the subscriber in Milledgevile during the present
session, oral my residence in Twiggs county, af
ter the cession. BENJ. B. SMITH.
December, 7, 1835. 47—ts
THE SUBSCRIBER offers for saloon ac
commodating terms, his settlement of good
Oak and Hickory land, lying on the eastern side
of Monroe County, three miles below Brownsville,
comprising six hundred & seven acres, one half of
which, is now in cultivation, and under good fence.
Convenient to every part of the farm, is a very
comfortable two story dwelling, a gin house, and
every other house necessary.
August 2d. 1536. J29—tf.
THE undersigned will attend to the Renew
al ot notes in the Central Bank at the usu
al tee of one dollar for each renewal. They will
also pass through the several offices and forward
Grants at one dollar for a single Grant, and fifty
cents each, where more than one is requested.
Communications addressed to them jointly o>
separately, post paid, will be punctually attendee
to. JOHN G. PARK,
Milledgeville, April 26 15 ts
Milledgeville ICE Company
Til E stockholders met on Saturday the 20t.1i
inst., and organized by the election of Col.
Aimer Hammond, F. V. Delaunay, T. R. Huson,
as a board of directors.
At a meeting of the direclots on the same day.
Col. Abner Hammond was elected president, and
S. D. Betton, Secretary.
August 23. 22—ts.
STRAYEDfrom the stable of the subscriber in
the village of Sparta, some time in May last,
a Bay Horse about five feet high, 7 orß years old,
walks, trots and paces under the saddle, no parti
cular marks recollected. He was raised in Ken
tueky, and will probably make off in that direc
tion. Any information respecting said horse will
be thankfully received and rcasoiubly rewarded
WILLIAM SHIVERS, Jun.
Jti’ys 25—t'. I
IN JEW GOODS.
FHNHE subscribers have received their assort-
JL Hient of FANCY AND STAPLE, FALL AND
winter ooods, consisting of
Fg’d satins, fig’d. pou de sonic, silk,
Gros <le zan, Plain and fig’d. chally,
French and English Merinos, and
Merino grosde naps, Ladies satin
embroidered cravats. Gloves,
Hosiery, Cheneille and embroidered
Merino Shawls. A great variety of French
woiked capes and collars.
Gent’s, and Boys Fur and Cloth Caps; Car
petings, Rugs &c. latest patterns. They invite
planters ts call and examine their assortment of
NEGRO cloths. Shirtings, Shoes. Hats &c., as
they are determined that prices and quality shall
Rca<ly made Clotliing;.
Consisting of Gen’ts., and Ladies cloth Cloaks,
Over coats, Pants. Vests, Collars, Stocks and
10,000 lbs. CJlicese.
OF COTTON, for which
the liighort market price will be
Thankful for past patronage, they promise to
merit a continuance of the same.
Milledgeville Sept. 22d 1836.
COWLES & WARD.
Sept. 27. 39—ts.
HE subscriber has received a part, and is
Jh_ now receiving his FALL AND
IP INTER STOCK OF DRYGOODS, among
wl ich inay be found the following articles, viz:
Superfine Broad Cloths; different colored Cas
simeres; do. Vestings; Rich Embroidered and
Fig’d. Satins; Silks, do.; a new article called
Reps, fig’d and plain; plain black Isabella, do;
Black Silk, fig’d. and plain, of the best quality—
some 40 inches wide; India and Sarsuett do.;
Psrisian and Hernanui Gause; Plain Satin check
and fig’d Shallys and Shallyetts—a new article;
the French Brocade for the head; Gei man anil
English Merino’s and Merino Gross De Naps, j;
Circassian, Jackonet, aud.Cambrics of different
qualities; plain, fig’d., dotted, and check’d dotted
Swiss Muslins; Irish Linen Sheetings 12-4;
Lawns and Diapers; Superfine Linen Cambrics;
Pongee; Ladies embroidered Linen Cambric
Capes, anti Pocket Hdk’fs; Muslin Capes and
Collars. Fur Capes; Boas and Ruffs Down do.
Ladies finest Kid Slippers, bl’k. and col'd.—new
est style; Gohl, Silver and Bronze do.; White
and black Sattin do. ; Kid, Calf, Morocco aud
Seal, Village Walking Shoes; Water proof do.
a new article of French do. ; a general assort
ment of Ladies, Misses, and Childrens Shoes;
Gentlemen’s and Boys do.; Gent’s, fine Calf skin
Boots; Opera and Navy do.; Kid, Morocco aud
CROCKERY. HARDWARE If SADDLERY.
of each a good assortment. RERFUhtERY Sf
ST A TIONA RY. BRUSSELS if SCOTCH
A large and extensive assortment, among whieh
may be found, Gent’s. Cloth Cloaks; Qloth. Mo
hair aud Mackina Over Coats; Frock and Dress
Coats. Pantaloons and Vests. Shirts, Bosoms,
and Collars; Merino and Cotton net Shirts and
Drawers; Flannel do. STOCKS— a good as
sortment. Ladies Cloth, plain and fig’d. Merino
He would respectfully ask the attention of Plan
ters to examine his assortment of NEGRO
SHOES & BLANKETS, as he has a large as
sortment of each, and WILL SELL THEM
-IT ar;GZ7.ST4 PRICES.
To those who visit Milledgeville, for the pur
pose of buying their Fall and Winter supplies of
Dry Goods, he would, with his friends and the
public, most respectfully invite them to call aud
JAMES IL SHAHAN.
October 11. '-.9—tf.
A TTORNE YS A T LA TF,
HAVING united their PROFESSIONAL
INTERESTS, will attend to business en
trusted to them iu the Counties of the Ocmulgee
Circuit, in the County of Hancock of the North
ern, Washington of the Middle, Twiggs and Lau
rens of the Southern, and Houston, Bibb aud
Monroe of the Flint Circuits: also iu the Federal
Their office is on the second flaor of the Mason
ic Hall. July 19th, 1836.
M. J. KENAN.
aFffNllE SUBSCRIBER respectful
Ji. ly informs his friends aud the
public, that he has opened a house of
entertainment in tlie Town of Law
renceville, Gwinnett County, Georgia, where he
flatters himself those who may favor him with a
call will find every thing provided which can con
tribute to them comfort and convenience.
Lawrenceville Dec. 9,1835. m tm6—49
aFSI HIS Establishment is now under
JL the control of the subscribers.
who pledge themselves to render com
fortable those who may call on them.
PETER J. WILLIAMS.
JOHN D. RAMEY.
February, 23. 6 ts
A Teaclier wanted.
THE Trustees of the HILL ACADEMY',
in Monroe County, are desirous of a
Male Teacher the ei suing year.
This Institution is within a mile of the Macon
and Forsyth Road, seven miles below the latter
place, and the neighbourhood both agreeable
None need apply unless he can bring unques
t'onable testimony of moral character, industry,
and capacity to teach the mixed and solid
branches ol English and Classic Literature.
Communications addressed to the Trustees,
at Stalling’s Store, wiH be promptly attended to.
M. W. M’CRAU, J
BENJ. BRANTLY, I - ,
THOS. DYSON, f rrustces -
C. Y. CALDWELL. J
October 4, 1836. 38—ts.
Rruggists, Macon, fna,.
FSp HE SUBSCRIBERS (former partners of
Ellis Shotwell, & Co.) have resumed their
business under the above firm, at their old stand
opposite the Brick Tavern, and will keep a geuer
assortment of Drugs. Medicines, Surgical and
[iistrurneuts. Paints and Oils, of all kinds, Win
dow Glass, assorted sizes, Glass-Ware for shop
furniture. Perfumery, Fancy Articles, Brushes of
every description. Botanic and Patent Medicines
Carpenter’s preparations, also his Essays Medica.
Dye Woods, and Dye stuffs, and a great variety of
Miscellaneous Articles, which they have received
a Lfge supply of, and intend keeping their stock
constantly replenished, so as to he able at all
times to supply Dealers, Physicians, Planters aud
others who may favot them with their custom.
Intending to be permanently engaged iu this
business, the subscribers from their long experi
ence, hopeto render it worthy the patronage of
old and new customers. < briers by letter will
meet the same attention as if made in person.
N. B. Garden Seeds, assorted, warranted fresh. >
A liberal discount made to country dealers.
’ IL A, J. 8.
Oct-. 11 39 -ts '
By the President of the
IN PURSUANCE of the provisious of a trea
ty between the United States and the Chick
asaw Indians, made and concluded on Pontitoc
Creek, on the twentieth day of October, 832 and
of the supplementary and explanatory articles
thereto, made and concluded on the twenty-sec
ond day of the same month, and also of rhe Treaty
between the United States and the Chickasaw
Indians, made ami concluded at the City of
VVashington, on the twenty-fourth day of Muy,
834, 1 Andrew Jackson, President of the United
States, do hereby declare and make known, that
public sales for the disposal of such of the lands
ceded to the United States hythe said Indians,as
are hereinafter described, shall be held at the land
Olhce at Pontitoc, in Mississippi, at the under
mentioned periods, viz:
On t\wfirst Munday in September next, for the
sale of the lauds in the following townships, viz :
Townships ,of ranges ,2,3, 4, and 5 east.
3’ownships 3,4, 5, and G, of range 4 east.
Townships 2,3, 4,5, and 6, of range 5 east.
Townships 2,3, 4,5, 6,7, and 8, of ranges fi,
7,8, and 9 east.
Townships 2,3, 4,5, 9 and 7, of range 10 east
On the fourth Monday in September next, for
the sale of the lands in the following townships,
and fractional townships, viz :
EAST OF THE CHICKASAW MERIDIAN
Townships 14 and 15, of ranges 3, and 4.
Townships 14, 15 and 16, of range 5.
Townships 9,10, 11, 12,13,14, 15, and 16,
fractional township 17, of range 6.
Townships!), 10 and 11, aud fractional township
15, 16 and 17, of range 7.
Townships 9, 10 and 11, of ranges 8 and 9.
Also, a t the same time, for the sale of the u»-
der mentioned townships and fractional town
ships. west ofthe meridian, of the Huntsville dis
trict, being that portion of the Chickasaw ces
sion, situate iu the State of Alabama, viz :
Fractional township 4, of range 12'
Fractional townships 2,3, 4,5, 6,7, and 8, of
Fractional township 2 ; townships 3,4, 5, 6 and
7; fractional townships 8, 9 nnd 10, of range 14.
Fractional townships 2,3, 4,5, 6,7 and 8,
township 9, aud fractional townships 10 aud 11,
of range 15.
Fractional townships 8,9, 10 and 11, of rance 16.
Ou the third Monday in October next, for the
sale of the under mentioned townships, viz :
WEST OF THE CHICKASAW MERIDIAN
Township 1, of range 1.
Townships 1 and 6, of range 2, 3 and 4.
Townships 1,4, 5 and 6, of range 5.
Townships 1.2, 3,4, 5 and 6, of range 6.
Townships 1,2, 3,4, 5 and 6, of ranges 7 &8.
Townships I, 2. 3 and 5. of range 9.
Un the first Monday in November next,
for the sale of the undermentioned townships
WEST OF THE CHIKASAW MERIDIAN
Townships 7,8, 9, 10, 11, 12 and 13, of range 1.
Township 7,8, 9, 10 and 11, of ranges 2,3,
4 and 5.
Townships 7, 8 and 9, of ranges 6,7 and 8.
Township 7, of range 9.
The lands reserved by law forthe use ofschools,
or for other purposes, as well as the lands selec
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,
aud no longer. The lands will be offered in quar
ter sections, and fractional quarter sections w here
Given under my hand, at the City of Washing
ton, this twentieth day of May, A. D. 1836.
By the President:
ETHAN A. BROWN,
Commissioner of the General Land Office.
of scrip issued from the
Treasury Department, in satisfaction of bounty
land warrants, granted by the State of Virginia,
and the United States, for services in the revolu
tionary army; as well as certificates of land
stock, issued at the district land offices, for the
amount of moneys forfeited by individuals, under
the credit system of land sales, are not receivable
for lands within the Chickasaw cession.
General Land Office, May. 20. 1836.
June 14. 22—1st Nov.
Worth of G-OXiD Wanted!
THE subscriber has on hand, and is now
receiving, at HIS OLD S TAND, an
extensive assortment of
Watches, Jewelry, Silverware, Fan
cy Hardware, &c. &c.
All of which is offered on the most reasonable
He will pay a liberal price for any amount of
The preference will be given to Gold in itr
native state, (not fluxed,)
October 18th. 40—6 t.
THE following is a list of lette's remaining in
the Post Office at Decatur Ga. If not ta
ken out before the first day of January next, will
be forwarded to the General Post Office as dead
letters. Oct. Ist, 1836.
T. A. SULLIVAN. P. M.
A.—Spencer Atkins, Robt. Andersou, Sarah
Askew,'Malishia A vary.
B.—F. Baldwin, 2; Mary Broughton, Wm.
Baker, John Blewett, Miss Bynarn, Jethro Baker,
Nathaniel Beauchainp, Eliz. Brown, Jacob Barry,
Mr. Baldwin, Isaac S.. Bcnard, L. D. Benham,
Atn ry Bates,
C.—Abraham Chandler, Wm. Clark, Johu
Crofford, Aaron Clifton, Wm. Cochran, Thomas
Coyler, Philip Curver, VVm. Couch, Levin Clif
ton, Young Carter.
D—Martin Defoor, Margaret Davis. J. H.Da
E.—Mitchell Evans, Miles Estis.
F.—Wm. Ford, Amos Forrester, John Fain,
Mary Ann Fowler, Johu 11. Fowler, Mary Faw
cett, Coday Fowler.
G"—M. Garrison, J II Gallispie. Archy Gill,
IF—Elizabeth Horton, Newton Higgins 2, Phi
lomen Hodges, Wm Hurston, Wm W Hugin,
Mary Howard, S B Hill, Isaac Hughes, llize
Harrison. John Hughes, Isham Hendon, Thos II
Hopkins, J L Ilibler, Wm E Hall 2.
I. & J.—Mary Ann Johnson, Lewis E Jones 3,
Joseph Jolley, John Ingram, E Joidan, Martha
L.—John Lawhon, Ww Lester.
ill.—Thomas Mahappy, Daniel M’Lewis Johu
M’Ginnis, Sarah Mezzick, SarahS Moore, Wm.
M’Donald, James Mangum, Israel Miller, Benj
Morris, Neal McLeod, Joseph-. Mitchell.
O-—Wm.Oetry, Alexander Oliver.
P.—Sarah Pickens, S W Feck, Jaremiah Perry.
S.—VVm. Skeif, John Still, John Smith, Wm
Sprewell, A Stephens, Thomas Simmons. Diadi -
ma Smith, Chandler & Still, Offry Stowers, Si
mon Smith, H Sprayherry. Wm Smith.
T.—John Towers, David Tai liter, Joseph Tt int
ble. Daniel Turuer.
V.—A N. Verding.
W—Wm. Simon, Jacob White 2, Nedom
Whitley. John Woodruff, Joseph Wooten 2, Isaac
White. .1 L Williams, David White 2, Joseoli
V.—Robert Vaneev, James Young.
Oct. 2:. • 4l_
UPON Augusta, Georgetown, D. C.
Charleston, New York,
For sale at the Bank of Milledgeville. Also
Checks upon Mazon, Columbus, tfC. can general,
ly be had to suit applicants.
T. RAGLAND, Cashier
October 11. —'d-
~SORE EYES. _
FWIHOSE afflicted with inflamed or sore eyes,
JL should be aware of the great excellencies
of Dr. Adam's Eye Water, in the treatment of this
troublesome affliction. It has been before ths
public but a short time, yet it has already been
tail ly tested in comparison with all the common
remedies, aud with what success inay be inferred
from the extensive demand now existing for it,
and from the numerous testimonials of its valus
now in the hands of the proprietor, one or two
of whieh it was deemed proper to subjoin.
Sir : It is with pleasure I state to you, that my
wife who was troubled with sore eyes, was com
pletely cured by using one bottle of Dr. Adams’
JOHN GARDNER, Green street, near 7th.
Mr. Fisher : I take pleasure in bearing testimo
ny to the superior excellence of Dr. Adam’s Eye
Water over all the others that 1 have tried. Ha
ving given Dr. Thompson’s a fair trial I consider
Dr, Adams’ by far the best, as it is free from that
smarting produced by Thompson's. I know sev
eral gentlemen in this place who have tried both
and they decidedly prefer Dr. Adams’ Eye Water
a very valuable medicine. Yours,
Prepared and sold by the sole proprietor, Jo
soph Fisher, south-west corner of Seventh and
Buttonwood streets, and of Huddleson, Norris
A constant supply of the ahove for sale at
JOHN M. SHARP’S Sparta.
Oct. 11. 39—ts.
»R. C.'E. HAYNES has resumed the prac
tice of Medicine and its collateral brandies,
to which his undivided attention will be uevoted
. until the close of the sickly season. When not
i rofessionally absent, he may be consulted at the
office heretofore occupied by him, or at the Ea
Sparta, August 1, 1836. 29—ts
Montague’s Balm for the
Petersburg, Va. 28th June, 1836.
H. D. M’lntosh, Esq., Henry County, Ga.
Dear Sir:— l am this morning in receipt of
your favour of the 18th instaut, requesting to
have some of the Balm sent out to your State as
soon as possible. Such is the pressing demand
in every section, that 1 have, as yet, not been
i able to supply the orders that have been some
time on hand. I have had an order from Au
gusta, Georgia, and Savannah, since last win
ter, and only last week sent one groce to each
place. Dr. E. R. Calhoun, of South Carolina,
has contracted for that State and Georgia, and
I have shipped to him near five thousand hot
ties, all that I could spare. As soon as I can, 1
, will send hinrmore; but when, I cannot say, as
■ 1 must divide it as well as I can, until 1 can sup
: ply each State fully. I willdomyself the pleas
ure of requesting Dr. Calhoun to establish ana
• goncy your office as soon as other engage
ments will allow. 1 have been putting up near
ly two thousand per day, and now find myself
in want of about fifty thousand for immediate
use, and have fifteen bottles, but what are
packed up for shipment. From the present de
mand, 1 should not be surprised, if it were to
take five hundred thousand bottles a year to sup
ply the demand.
5 Yours respectfully, &c.
? H. B. MONTAGUE.
- ADDITIONAL CERTIFICATES.
J Albemarle, April, 1836.
' Dear Sir:— We suppose you like good news,
, particularly when you are mostly interested.
We have but two bottles left of the box of Balm
. you sent us. You can draw at sight for $ ,
I which we believe will be the amount, after de
. j ducting commission and expenses We will
I thank you to send to our friends, Messrs. * * *,
of Richmond, by first conveyance, a double box,
which you will put at your wholesale price, for
which you can also draw on us. Il has failed
■ in two instances in this neighborhood, but one if
j, the persons that we have seen, thinks it was
1 (with him) rheumatism, as he lad the tooth
drawn, and the pain still continued.
Several persons have used it, with defective
gums, or scurvy, and are so much delighted with
B it, that we are charged to keep a stipply. Tlx
ladies are using it with the tooth-brush, and say
p tliat it is the best thing for the teeth and gums
they have ever used. We are glad, for the sake
of the sufferers, as well as on your account,
r that this remedy is not only not of Northern or
igin, (from whence all the patent nostrums
come,) but is a Virginia preparation, aud by a
Virginian. Nor does it detract from its efficacy,
on account of the place of its preparation, (Pe
j tersburg,) once styled by Mr. Jefferson, tho
. “cockade of America.” It seems to us, that
1 all you now have to do, is to see to it, that yon
] keep a supply sufficient for the demand—for if
it sells elsewhere a» it has done here, there will
be no end to the demand. Se-veral merchants
> of my acquaintance, mean to send for a box.
Allow us to congratulate you, and the public,
• at the discovery and use of tLe only remedy (ex
’ ctpt drawing) for tooth-ache, that ha? yet beets,
< ' R.H.& T. T. G.
near Cabin, Point, 24th March, f
Dear Sir : I bought a bottle of your Bahn,
from Messrs. , in Petersburg, in Februa-
ry, chiefly bec.au se I had a servant who had:
’ suffered most e:;cruliatingly for some months..
We had tried till the remedies which were iq,
, our reach ; ar, attempt was made to extract the.
tooth, but broke it off, 1 caused the Balm to,
■ be used after warming it in a cup—this was re
• peated with a second spoonful, when She .vqsi
’ entirely rel ieved. The next night she came fop
! more, saying that a tooth on the other side
ached, ar.d also requested some for her husband
i who, she said, had been suffering with the sapie
disease for some weeks. 1 cheerfully gave if*
and the next day on inquiry found that both were
relieved. One of my neighbors of high respec
tabili ,y sent to me for some for his wife, I
have, this day seen him, and he assures me tha|
it afforded immediate relief, and there has been
no return; before, she suffered almost eppstants
ly, and could not bear to let cold (later
'.ho tooth, and for two nights previous to V(t«
application, she had not been able to ,
scarcely at all. Now she has no ‘ n
. from cold water or any thing else that c<
- contact with the tooth. The night bes pw | BS
•he used some with one of his own men |,
' same success, and says if he could hai « dth i
remedy fifteen years ago, and know’ j
i cy, he would willingly have given a h
p lars for il, 1 have written in has (<>' »• ; v | n „ _
;1 plain statement of facts. ’ 9 5
Yours rcspe :tfully,
WM.F. P. HUF’ FIN