her face is Grecian, and
ceW r I nersonally interested in this young Se-
are a .good friend of outs, Mr. Editor,
her in our behalf ‘‘Zoe mou sas agapo.
MiM ‘ M - » retate ‘'f d
J'.cd by all persons *hdtn gooff fortune has
»° l»'-«tetn bc,h «.*«*.
soul, and we have friends here who are
particular in this attachment, indeed, I may
Jo,to.he facts, that one or two ore quite ultra
„ heir feelings and attachments; time, however,
Jill r ,ovc the issueof these sacrifices at tins holy
5b jut you w»U not, Mr- Editor, from that above
adverted to, be anogant enough to suppose that
v our own agreeable city is the only part of Georgia
Lesemed here by the - fair and beauttful-for I
t, be permitted toassureyou that our good coun-
|y of Twiggs, sustained by two of the most fascina
ting erea,arcs that ever our ‘‘opnes keen ’ bavega-
Jupon, the Misses S.. of Laurel HiU ; would to
Heaven my dear fellow, that you were only here,
to hear their “fairy-like music.” to see them “trip
on the light fantastic toe,” and to bask in the sun
shine of iheir smiles. There nrc some of our young
friends here now, who love them ardently, one I
might name, who is ccitainly verging on Monoma
nia from acid disappointment from this source,
(peace troubled spirit be still!) The lover, how
ever, (although a young high-toned Virginian,) had
letter “save his breath to cool his porridge.”
Mr. Editor, have you never been to Jones coun-
,y» if not, I pity you, for if we from our estimate
„fihe fair sex of that county by the two who we
have here, then Elysium on earth it is found at last.
••And oh if there he an Elysium on earth
It is this, it is this, it is this."
Two sweet cousins alike in beauty, refinement
and nobleness of soul, I allude to Miss G. and to
Miss M„ both of whom have just token their de
parture for their own “dear homes” in Jones coun
ty, amid the tears and lamentation of friends, (I
mean lovers,) and the funeral note of tolling bells
have left us now as victims to the tears of an unne
cessary love, let them have pity, pray we, and
come again, and like a ray of sunshine, drive ail
mists nnd clouds away. En passint. Dye think
they go for immediate annexation.”
Then our beautiful city of Augusta, is not un
known in the representation, her delegation is small
in number, hut grent in value. Miss F., a fine face
and stately figure, highly intellectual, receives the
assiduous attention of a train of admirers, each of
which undoubtedly thinks himself “the exclusively
favored adonis,’’ nnd her Com png non de voyage,
Miss W., is every thing which the most fastidious
imagination could create for his Belle ideal. AVe
hear that this young lady is no “Beau Hautress,
and that prospects arc strong for her going to the
Altar ere long with a young friend of ours from tlint
city. We may advert that we wish our friend no
ill. no displeasure, but if we obey out own feelings,
and interest the cardinal principle in our nature, we
should say to this probability, God forbid! ! !
Well, Mr. Editor, tve have said that our society
of Ladies is very fine, we have to say that the male
society here “is fine only." We have no doubt
but that there are some here who think that as far
as they are concerned, “it is demoted Joint," but
they might sutler even severely were an action of
ejectment to he brought
Our friend, of Macon, who makes the cotton plant,
above adverted to, the precious “Goddess of hi6 I
dilatory,” is certainly one of the most agreeable
fellows here, lie has concentrated his affections, and
now engages sou!, heart, and hotly into the prccari
ous business of “Alabama Finance;*’ by way of
caution, we would say to 1dm, that many a noble
craft has ventured without compass or tiller, upon
the same treacherous sea, and no'one of the crew
has ever returned to tell the sad tidings of fate, but
in the average, » e aid him “God speed.”
There is a youngster here, Mr. Editor, from
town out in Western Georgia, who would fainthink
himself the favored Swain for the hand of the Ce
rulcnn Maithtf your own fair city. l>ut. Air. Edi
tor, the sample is rather Lilliputian, when a shop
keeper leaves hi6 Goods, nnd his Wares, and his
shop for asteon, and goes a-courting, by all means,
he should leave his scissors behind him, or so con
ceal them in his pocket, that ihose “who run may
not read” his trade, (or “pon honor” it smells rath
tr strong of the shop “Qui enpit ille facit.'
Then our excellent friend, a dcsciplc of Escula
pius, from Decatur, a most agreeable fellow, I will
do you the kindness, Mr. Editor, to put you on your
guard, for if actions speak as loud as words, and
show the truly lamentable state of the heait, then
the Dr. not having the fear of Hymen bclore his
i yes, but being moved 5>y the instigation of Cupid
(if left to his own choice) would carry off one of the
fair daughters of the South to share with him the
beauties of n foreign clime. These, however, are
notions peculiarly his own, and only entertained by
himself, nnd his intimate associate Don Pedro P.
who, by the bye, is keen, shrewd, and artful, seems
to know every thing that is going on. and imagines
much more than has ever been thought of by the
parties mote immediately interested. With such
an array of beauty, talent, Dr.'s and Don's, Mr.
Editor, you may truly envy our enjoyments, for I
can assure you the like has never been known in
these “iliggins” before.
Then from your city there is an Embryo great
man who smells strongly of Franklin College, his
transcendent abilities will place him in the front
tnnk of the galaxy of great men in a small way,
and here, permit us, Mr. Editor, to congratulate the
young distingue upon his success in finding the
specific talent which the “God of Nature” has be
queathed him, and for his determination to culti
vale and extend those I’hrcno Legal developments
which a superior and superintending power has en
dowed hint with. lie is upon the eve of leaving
for the "Cambridge Law School,” be kind enough
to send him a copy of this paper with my Bon Vo-
“Fro re nata.” The Tact is that our friend so warm
and amorous in nature must not be long arrayed in
the bands of Celibacy, fot if \V-e reason philosophical
ly, and make a mechanical application to his condi
tion we must concludo that cr* long should he have
no “safety valve” added on “to his organization”
in a few more Suds, will burst his boiler and go into
intermiMfcjachaos.” He is willing and ready, and
able at a^noment to take on himself the wedded
We have here an abundance of charming wid
ows also, and to him who thirsteth for this variety
tee say come on. These widows go on the free trade
principle, no protection to overcome before consum
mation, but I am opposed to Widoivs, do you re
member what Pickwick says tfbout them ?
“Samivel when you marries, never do you mar
ry a vidow, for one vidow is equal to twenty single
vomen in coming over n fellow, but if you feels that
you vants to marry a vidow, Samivel, go io your
room, (if you have a room,) and take pizing, and
you’ll never regret it afterwards, hanging’s wul-
gar.” “But more next week, Vale."
There are twoyoung men here, (but not so young
either) whose names I ant unable to give you, arc
fond and ardent in their attachment foi each other,
and "aprion" reasoning would induce us to think
that they would make kind and affectionate hus
bands, they are generally to be seen in the prom
enade hugging each other ala Siamese Brothers,
indeed, a stranger saw them in this strange and af
fectionate contiguity, and really thought they wero
the twins, they find congeniality iu another partic
ular (i. e.) “Brandy and water.”
Rut Heaven forgive me, I had passed over the
greatest and best, the Magnus Apollo, or I should
have said the Apollo Bel videre of the Indian Spring
Hotel, or the Lady's fancy, the Widow’s pet, or
iheir peculiar Beau, nr tlicir matter of convenience,
ROME, SOih July, 134'4.
Gentlemen 'Your favor, extending to me an invitation
to be present at a Mass Meeting of the Democratic Party ^
on the 28ih instant, has been duly received. When I re
ceived your note, I intended to have accepted your invita*
tion, and have been one of that enthusiastic assemblage,
which will no doubt congregata at thsl place on that occasion.
But the Democratic Party of my own District, who have
the right to control my time and best energies, have ordered
differently; and, by appointment, I am compelled to be in
my own District. Were it otherwise, I should be one of
you on that occasion. Although absent, you will be assu
red that my heart will beat in unison with youra; and, so
fsr as I am concerned, not a stone shall be left unturned in
the great contest that is before us—this is no time for sloth
and indolence. In fact, I cad give assurance, gentlemen
that, in this section of the State, all is life, activity, and en
thuaioam—we have no laggards in our ranks, nor have we
any drones in our hive. Indeed, if any such could be found,
they ought to be sought out and cast away—for such would
only retard the onward march of the Democracy to a glori-
rious and triumphant victory.
Your obedient seivant,
JOHN H. LUMPKIN.
To James H. Stark and others. Committee, dec.
COLUMBUS, July 24th, 1844.
Gentlemen.—I have received your invitation, and should
with a great deal of pleasure have attended your meeting,
hut, relying upon a stage conveyance, have been disappoint'
oil. As you know, you have my moat ardent wishes for
success in the republican cause. We should be in high
sprits, as, from the indications of public opinion, wc are as
sured that Federalism, now that it is fully unfurled, will
receive a blow, not only in Georgia, but throughout the U-
nlon, that will wound olid arrest it for a number of years.—
It, however, can never be demolished, white Southern men
are supported by the people in propping it up.
I am respectfully, Ac.
J. H. HOWARD.
To Wm. M. Pope and others, Committee. Ac.
FOR THE MACON TELEGRAPH.
nr s. r. malone.
No gem, beneath the ocean wave*
Fur in its deep dark home,
E’er lighted up the PeH’s caVe,
Beneath the crested foam;
Or met the gaze on bcaoty’ebrow,
More bright, more smiling, thou.
Than she, who’s gone forever now,
And led me to despair.
The tears of grief may pass away*
And sadness wear a smile;
The stricken fabrics of the heart,
You may often thus beguile:
But ah! when sad and lone we dwell
Upon the blighted past;
A name may wake the troubled swell,
A presage of the blast.
She’s gone ; the cottage home is drear,
The flowrets bloom no more,
As often in the Spring-time there.
They bloomed in days of yore;
The tears upon her grsve I abed,
Are not la sorrow given ;
For who would wake the lovely dead,
When the spirit is in Heaven?
Oakland, July, 1844.
ft?* We request the Democratic
Press throughout the State, to make
knoion that, on THURSDAY, the
the 22d of AUGUST, the Demo
cracy of Bibb expect io salute their
brethren from every County in the
State. The Association in this
place, have already commenced their
loork of preparation. Distinguish
ed gentlemen from other States, are
invited, and may certainly be ex
With such men as Dixon H.
Lewis, Campbell, Chandler, and\
Bclscr, of Alabama; McDuffie, Hu
ger, Elmore, Mcmmingcr, Rhcit,
Hunt, Pickens, and Bailey, jrom
South Carolina; Henry, Saun
ders, Giles, Fisher, and Strange,
from North Carolina ; Dromgoole,
and Greenhow, from Virginia, aid
ed by our own distinguished ora
tors, an intellectual feast may be
expected, which this Slate never has
heretofore icitncsscd. Other prom
inent men from other States, have
also been invited, and may be ex
We urge, then, our Democratic
friends, at once to commence their
preparations. We expect to see
them with us in crowds. They icill J
receive a cordial, hearty Welcome.
At a meeting of the Democratic Association, on j
the 28th u!t., for the purpose of making Arrange-;
ments for the Mass Convention at this place, on the I
22d inst., the following gentlemen were appointed
a Committee of Invitation and Correspondence:
Col. HENRY G. LAMAR,
Dr. WILLIAM GREEN,
Maj. JAMES SMITH,
A. P. POWERS.
D. C. CAMPBELL,
S. M. STRONG.
And the following gentlemen were appointed a I
Committee of General Arrangements:
FOR TlfE MACON TELEGRAPH.
Polk is Hie choice of the Free.
Hurrah for our Polk ! ’tis a quarter deck toast.
Though given, d’ye see, in the rough;
Yet the heart-stlrririg word our tars make their boast,
For he’s true, atii! that’s quite enough.
Lo! Ampbitrite hears in tier wnt'ry dotndin.
And rears old Nep’s trident with glee;
While ocean's wild voice seems to echo the strain,
‘Jim Polk is the choice of the free!
From the tombs of onr sires we turn with a tear.
But we brush offthe spray with a smile;
For the sun of Democracy shines forth to cheer
t The brave of our own lovely Isle.
Lord lovb him—ho faction shall darken*his fame.
While a phalanx of freemen are we;
A million of voices repeat it again,
Jim Polk 4s the choice of the free.
Talk of glory, je tnries, with your Clay at the helm,
Why, Young Hickory’s the pride of the fleet;
When, as President, he takes the chair of this realm.
His heart will in unison wiih freemen’s then beat.
And mark ye, my boys, in commotion or storm,
Our glory the Union shall see;
For we'll wrap the old stripes tound his for:.>.
And hail him the choice of the free.
The wine cup, the wine cup, again to the brim,
'Tis America herself gives the word;
And see the State vessel looks gallant and trim,
For our stout Yonng Hickory's aboard.
Lo j carried on its bulwarks the god of the wave,
To show that onr home is the sea.
While Goats at the main, 'mid the cheers of the brave,
Jim Polk is the choice of tlie free.
Macon,July**, 1844. A-HICKORY TWIG.
fkURING my absence from thi
U K11I11KE is my authorised
Macon. July 30, ISM. __
vy ILL he sold, no the fir : Tnesd
Commission IS 11 s i n c ss. I ’ , ,,e V; d,e c°urt-Hrms,ni
county, within the local hours of sale,
T HE undersigned will continue the WARE HOUSE Lot of Land No. 29, in the 1 till D’
AND COMMISSION BUSINESS, at his new Aland.
on Poplar Street, adjnini ig Gorman A Uichakoson. and
in range with'the unoccupied building known as the Mon
roe Rail Roail Banking House, where he hrqies to receive
a liberal patronage from his friends and the public gener
ally. In selecting a new location, he has endeavored to
find one near enough to the centre or the city, for the pen-
eral conrcnieatc. of his customers, And distant enough to
be entirely safe from tire, should a large one take place in
the heart of the city: Such a location, he flatters himself,
he has found ; and those who entrust their property to him,
may rest assured, that every attention will be used in shel
tering the same ftom ibe weitthbr, and in preserving it clenr
of damage. By constant personal exertions, combined with
the experience of the past, he trusts he shall be able to
give sRtisfartion to all, in effecting sales, Ac.
Macor. Aug. 1,1844. 45 J. M. FIELD.
State, Mr. J. M-
r in SEPTEMBER
nr in l’erry, llourlon
lay hands on him, .somebody.
The following advertisement, which we find in the Red
Lander, signed John Bilbo, cemes about as near the thing
as could be desired. Listen:
On Monday last from trie did stray,
A Mexican horse, n common griiy, (Hear.)
With a small rubbed place upon his back.
Occasioned by a saddle tack. (Hear! hear!)
As for his height, he is unusually tall,
His body lengthy and small;
His gaits arc common, and does not rack,
Though carries you smooth on his back.
I have not tne date of his fold.
But I think he is about eight years old.
Make some enquiry for him. if you please,
And let me strike the gentle breeze; (Encore!)
Or if you bring said horse to me.
You shall receive a moderate fee,
Though inclined to bardish style,
I do not wish to court your smile; (Louder!)
For men of candor and of mind
Keeps Heaven in view and the world behind.
From the Safeguard.
Exceptions to Intoxicating Drinks.
Xceptionable is strong drink,
Xciting it is I think,
Xccas it leads us to.
Xcrueiating pain 'twill cause,
Xtirpnte human life,
Xposing drunkards to the laws, •
Xchanging peace for strife.
Xpensive too it is indeed,
Xorbilant for food,
Xert ourselves till from it freed;
Xpel it too, wc should.
Xcite it may a few short hours,
Xhaust it will our nature’s powers,
Xtinguish them in death.
Xamina it whoever will,
_ Xcuse it as we choose,
Xtremely useless it should still
Xcluded be by us.
It seems to be stated on good authority, that a young wo
man, aged 18, has lately ushered into the world, fee fine
healthy bovs—all the family thriving well. This event hap
pened on the banks of the Ohio, a little below Cincinnati.
"You may spin nnd weave.
And I will plough nnd sew;
And we will populate the banks
Of the pleasant Ohio.’’
Coonery in South Carolina.
Some kind friend lias sent us the first num
ber of the “First Whig Mile Stone,” a Whig
paper just started in Charleston, under the ed
itorial euro of John C. Lawton, Esq. We
could, with perfect safely to our cause, wish the
paper ten times as much success as it will ever
obtain in the Palmetto State; we welcome
him to the editoiial crops, and wish him well.
The first article on the first page is headed
“Jefferson’s Opinion of Henry Clay,” and con
tains the notorious forged letter of Mr. Jeffer
son, in which that gentleman is made to say a
great many fine things of Mr. Clay!! It is
the same letter which was published in the
Richmond Whig last summer, and which the
Editor of that paper, when the truth was made
known to him,acknowledged that he had copied
in ignorance of its true origin. This is rather
nn ominous beginning: but wc will acquit Mr.
Lawton of any intention to deceive, if he will,
like the Editor of the Whig, correct his error.
He will find the data in one of the numbers of
the Richmond Whig during the month of July
or August 1843. As Mr. Lawton says “we
know not how we could better introduce our
little sheet to the public, than by facing it with
the following loiter of* The Apostle op Re-
Plui.ica.v Democracy,’’ will he publish Mr.
Jefiersen’s undoubted opinion of Mr. Clay, or
any of those of the eminent men, which we
Opinions of Mr. CJay Expressed by Distinguish
Jackson's opinion of Mr. Clay.
Under snch circumstances, now contemptible does this
demagogue appear, when he descends from his high place
in the Senate, and room* about He country retailing
slanders upon the living and the dead.”—Andrew Jack-
Webster's opinion of Mr. Clay.
" Henry Clay has too many heresies about him ever to
gain my support.”—Daniel Webster.
Jefferson's opinion of Mr. Clay.
" Henry Clay is merely a splendid orator, without any
valuable knowledge from experience or study, or ANY
DETERMINED PUBLIC PRINCIPLES, founded in
political science, either practical or theoretically.’’—Jef
Randolph’s opinion of Mr. Clay.
"He is talented, but corrupt, lie stinks and shines, and
shines and stinks, like a rotten mackerel by moonlight.”—
Great Fool Race in England.
The great foot race between Wm. Jacks.m, the Ameri
can Deer, nnd Thomas Maxfield, the North Star, which
created much speculation in the pedestrian circles in Lon
don, came off on the 1st instant, in the grounds of the Rose
mary Branch Tavern, Pecham. The match was £50 a
aide, the ground selected three miles: Betting was 5 to 4
on tho Americsn Deer. The men were prepared for the
race when "the pitiless pelting of a storm” induced them to
defer it until the rain somewhat abated. The Deer won
Dr. R. COLLINS,
C. C. USHER,
JAMES M. GREEN,
JOHN D. WINN,
JOHN J. BENNETT.
JOHN P. EVAN8,
JAMES R. PERRY.
A. F. SHERWOOD,
E. S. ROGERS,
JAMES A. RALSTON,
R. K. PARKER,
C. A. T. IRVINE,
C. A. ELLS,
H. B. KING,
O. H. PRINCE,
E. C. BLAKE,
WM. F. CLARK,
M. N. BURCH.
JAMES R. BUTTS,
THOS. L. ROSS,
N. C. MUNROE.
8. B. HUNTER,
D. J. DAVIS,
W. H. MACARTHY,
II. L. COOK,
WM. D. MIMS,
W. S. ELLIS.
GEO. M. LOGAN,
Died, in Savannah, on the 20th ult., Mrs. MARTHA
ANN, consort of J. A. White, Esq, of this city, aged 23
years ami 6 months. Those who knew Mrs. \V. best can
appreciate her many virtues and amiable disposition, and
will be the first and longest to deplore their loss. Her in
tercourse with the world was marked with great kindness,
simplicity* and cheerfulness; and her memory will long be
cherished most foridly by the whole circle of her relatives
and friends. She passed through life, beloved and respect
ed by all; and has sank to rest, in the cold tomb, followed
by the blessihgs of all who knew her. As a wife, she was
kind, gentle, and affectionate; as a friend and neighbor, she
had no superior. A devoted husband and two children
hove been left behind her to shed the tear of "bitter anguish”
over their irrepnrablo loss. They feel that the dearest ties
that bound them to life have been severed; and that their
home of peace and happiness has been turned into sorrow
and mourning. But let them not weep as those who have
no consolation. She who has gone forever from ameng
them, met the awful summons which called her hence, with
a calmness and resignation which the good a 1 ' >ue can feel.-
She has left behind her every assurance the. she is now en
joying the rewards of a well spent life " in that house not
mnae by hands eternal in the heavens.” But
" He whose eyo
Looks pitying down on nature’s agony—
He in whoselove the righteous calmly sleep—
Who bids us hope—forbids us not to weep."
On die 31st ult, CHARLTON MONTGOMERY, son
of Hardy and Martha Morris, aged 7 years and 7 mouths.
Hamilton, Eiavdemmi »V Co.
—~ 1 —*”7iP
rtTILIi continue *ie Fnrlornjs ami Comtniiwion
V t Business in this city, and will, as heretofore, give
their best attention to the sale of Cotton, the filling of orders
and the receiving and forwarding Merchandize.
EVERARI) HAMILTON, S
THOMAS HARDEMAN, S Copartners
CHAS. F. HAMILTON, )
Savannah. July 30, 1844. 45
HARSMBJIAtf & 83A!TII£iTOi¥,
of <iu5ion ••^in
ly ; levied on as tho property of Hope L- Fearson, to .satis
fy two fi faa from the Superior Court of sai l <?<?nmv, one
against Hope L. Pearson and Donald IJ. .Tones, ?n favor of
A. 1) & J. A. Kendrick, nnd die other against Hope. L.
Penrsori, .in Tavor of A. D. & J. A. Kendrick, (transferred
ti Donafd B. JTohes.l
Also. 2021 acres of Pine Land, known ns Lot N*». 5, in
the Pth District of Houston county; levied on as the proper
ty of Rii’linrd Wallace, to satisfy a fi fa from a Justices
Court of 3»id county, in favor of James Knight.against John
Moore, principal,.tjnd ItuJinra Wallace, security, (transfer
red to James.It. Olivfer.) Levy made and returned to me
by n Constable.
Also, otic Lot, well improved, in the town of Perry, oppo
site James M. Kelly's Cilice, now occupied by Th’omas \\ r .
Gurr, containing onelialf of an acre, more or less: lovie-1
on as the n-operty of VVm H. Uudil. lo satisfy one fi fn from
Houston Superior Court, in favor of George M. Duncan vs.
July 30 44 WM. HEaRtNGTON.ShfT.
I>ooIy .Srptcinbrr Sales
Comm is s ion slier chan ts,
W ILL continue business ot their old stand on the river,
which is not otdy convenient for shipping of Cotton,
either by the River or Hail-Road, but is more secure from
fire than any other Ware-House in the city.
The interest of oar patrons will be clrsely attended to. in
persori, by Mr. Thomas Hardeman, eithor in the selling
of Cotton, filling of orders for Goods, or in shipping Cotton
l» Hamilton, Hardeman & Co., Savannah, or to any other
mnrkett August 1,1844. <5
W ILL be sold, on the first Tuesday in SEPTEMBER
next, before the Court-House door; in the City of Mil-
con. between the legal hours of sale.
Fifty acres of Pine Land, more or less, it being the North-
West corner of Lot No. 171, in the 4th District of originally
Houston, now Bibb county; levied on ns the property of
John Coxwell, to satisfy a fi fa issuing from a Justice’s
Court, in favor of Andy McNeel vs. said Coxwell. Levy
made and returned to me by a constable.
One House and Lot, in the city of Macon, known nnd dis
tinguished ns Lot No. 5, in square 16 now occupied by
Kcelen Cook ; levied on os the property of Keelen Cook,
Administrator of John Loving, to satisfy a State and Coun
ty tax fi fa vs. said Keelen Cook, Admr., for the amount of
his tax for the year 1843. Levy made nnd returned to mfe
by a constable. B. TRAPP, D. Shff. _
Also, one House, and Lots Nos. 3 ami 4, in square 69, ih
the city of Macon, with improvements; levied on to satisfy
a mortgage fi fa in favor of John G. Winter vs. Robert Col
lins. Sold to perfect titles. J. SPRINGER, D. Shff.
MORTGAGE SALE FOR OCTOBER.
Will be sold, on the first Tuesday in OCTOBER next,
at the same place, the Steamer Robert Collins; levied on as
the property of Alexander R. McLaughlin, to satisfy oue
mortgage fi fas issued from Bibb Superior Court, in favor
of the Central Bank of the State of Georgia vs. said Mc
Laughlin. J. SPRINGER, D. Shff.
August 1. 1844. 45
GEORGIA, ) To the lion, the Inferior Court of
Crawford County. > said county, sitting for ordinary
) purposes, March Term, 1844.
THIHE petition of Charles W. Denson, respectfully sbew-
3 eth, tint one Diannah Hester, deceased, late of said
county, did. on the twenty-second day of August, eighteen
hundred and forty, make aud deliver to your petitioner, her
certain instrument in writing, called n Bond; in which Bond
she, the said Diannah Hester, bound herself, her heirs, ex
ecutors, administrators, and assigns, in the sum of three hun
dred and eighty dollars, to be paid to your petitioner, nr his
heirs, Ac., upon failure of her, the said Diannah Hester, to
make, or cause to be made, unto your petitioner, Charles
W. Denson, his heirs and assigns, a good and lawful title
to a certain lot or parcel of Land, to wit; -Let No. (188) one
hundred and eighty-eight, in the twenty-third district, and
third section of originally Cherokee, now Floyd county.
And whereupon, your petitioner now shows to tile Court,
that the said Diannah Hester has, sinre making the said
Bond, departed this life intestate, and has not made, or
caused to bs made to your petitioner, nr his assigns, any ti
tle to Said Land, as conditioned in said Bond ; and that one
John Jones, of said county, has been, and is the lawful Ad
ministrator on the Estate of the said Diannah Hester—Your
petitioner, therefore, prays that this Honorable Court do or
der the said John Jones, Administrator as aforesaid, to make
and execute unto your petitioner, titles to said Land, as ex
pressed in the said Bond; a copy of which Bond is hereun
to annexed, after giving notice according to law in such ca
ses, and your petitioner as in dutv bound, will ever pray, &c.
GREEN de CAUSEY,
Attorney for petitioner.
The above is a true copy from the minutes of said Court,
March 7th, 1844. 24 B. W. DENNIS, c c o
Tho Democratic Republican vo- fD A D 1^ TT A 7VT /P IP
ters of Bibb propose giving a hand- p 0 j^ AN INVESTMENT •••
some Republican Raniver to the
county having the largest Delega
tion in attendance at the Mass Con-
TICKETS only $1.
Grand LOTTERY of Georgia,
. AUTHORIZED DT THE LEGISLATURE,
vention, to be held in this city, on For the IXcuclU of JliUcdgcrzUc Masonic Mail
Thursday, the 22d inst.; and would
respectfully call the attention of|
their Democratic brethren in every
county, to the Banner offered by
Democratic Bibb; and hope each
will go to work, with a determina
tion to bear, off the prize.
AT 5 * Democratic Editors throughout the State,
will please copy.
Bar to Marriage.
The Government of the principality of Wad-
lefe, in Germany, have given public notice, that J
no license to marry will hereafter be granted to
any individual who is addicted to drunkenness;
or, if he have been so, ho nmst exhibit full
Class I¥o. 7,
To be drawn in THIS CITY, next Thursday, August 8.
GEORGE ROBINSON & CO. -
$4,000, $800, $400,'
Also, hosts of ^lOOprz’s.
Cash promptly paid for prizes, and Tickets in other Lot-
tcries taken in payment for Tickets.
Orders are respectfully solicited.
GEO. ROBINSON * CO. Managers.
The Managers' Office is in the Building lately occupied
by the Darien and Ocmulgee Banks.
August 6 45
S OME time in December last, three notes, viz:—ono on
L. T. Doyal, in favor of John T. Brown, for 8312 50 ;
lit * ' * ‘ “ “
■ date not recollected, due one day after date; one on L. T.
proofs that he is rn» longer a slave to this vice. I Doyal. in favor of Thomas D. Ousley, for 8312 50; date
The qinip Gnvernmprrt hnvp nkn ilimrtpri that not "collected, but same as the above, due oho day after
1 ne same Lrovtrnmem nn\c aiso mrecieu tnai, date ; an<] on<J „ n L T- Doval in f aTO r of Thomas v. Ous-
in every report made by tho ecclesiastical, ley, for S16; date not recollected, due one day after date,
municipal, and police authorities, upon petition I A 11 P cr,on f ere, therefore, cautioned against trading for said
, r , ‘ . I I Notes, and the maker against paying them to any other
for license to marry, tho report shall distinctly person than myself, as I Blmli make application for their re
state whether either of tho parties desirous of newal. * THOMAS D. OUSLEY.
entering into matrimonial connexion, is given to * M>ron ’ Auc,lit m4 ’
intemperance or otherwise.
^"'lEORGlA, Butts County.—Whereas. Martha A. C.
V3T Slaten and Arthur Slaten apply to me for letters of Ad
ministration on the Estate of Cornelius Slaten, deceased,
To Destroy Insects on Vines.—Soft soap, late of said coun-.y: .
, r, , , . j I These ere, therefore, to cite and admonish all and smgu-
two pounds; flour Of brimstone, two pounds, | [ar>t he kindred and creditors of saiddeceased, to b« and ap-
powdered tobacco, Iwo pounds. Boil for half pcaratmyoffice, within the time prescribed by law, to shew
" -ns of water. Apply lake-i '
an hour in C gallons
have,) why said tellers, should not be
granted. Given under mv band, this 29th July. 1844.
45. ' JOHN MeCORD.cc o
GKOIIUIA, f Inferior Court of said county, sit-
Olauroc Vanv.tr. •? ting for ordinary purposes, July
t Term, 1844.
Present, their Honors Wm. L. Fambrough, Wm. 8. Nor
man, and James W. Knott, Justices.
U PON ilia petiliou of \Vtn. B Graves, stating that he Is
in possession of a bond, made by Edward Freeman,
while in life, since deceased, to Permedus Reynolds, where
by said Edward Freeman bound himself to m'ake to said
Permedus Reynolds, his heirs and assigns, a gacd and le
gal title for Lot of Land number one hundred anil seventy-
seven, in the fourth district of Lee county ; and it further-
appeariim to the Court, that said bond has been transferred
to VVm. B. Gravel, and that said Edward Freeman depart
ed this lifr, without executing a title for said Lot of Land;
and it further appearing to the Court, that the consideration
for which said bond was given has been paid, and that the
rigina! bond is now filed m the Clerk’s office of this Court :
Tt is, therefore,
- Ordered by the Court, That Roberson Freeman, Ad
ministrator, de bonis non, with the Will annexed, of said
Edward Freeman, deceased, oppesr at the November
Term of this Court, then and there to show cause, if any he
has, why he should not be compelled to make title to said
Wm. B. Graves, agreeable to the tenor and effect of said
bond; and that a copy of this rule be published in oue of the
public gazettes of this Stale according to law.
A trne extract from the Minutes of the Court of Ordinary
of said county. July 2, 1844.
July 9 41 m6m E. G. CABANISS. C. C. O.
\7tm.L he sold, rn the first Tuesday in SEPTEMBER
V ▼ next, before tile Court-Hons$ door in Vienna, Dooly
county, within the legalboura of sale, . a-
A House and Lot in Tmveller*^ R^st, Ko; not known,
now occupied by John A. Shine, tis a Dwe 1 line; levied on
to satisfy a fi fa in favor of Miller; Ripley Co. v«. Isaac
D.iffewtoo. v a a *
Also, two Sorrel IJoratM, about 9 year* old ; ~ ^. ca .‘
ther Bed*; 1 eight-day Clock; an<i l Sideboard ; all. levied
on as the property of Thomas Bembry, by virtue of one ti fa
issued from Pulaski Superior Court, in favor of Sally Ann
Bembry, by her Guardian, vs. Thomas Bembry.
Also, a Lot of Land, in the 1st District of Dooly county.
No. not known, but known ns the land, premises whereon
John A. Harts res'ides; levied on as the property of John
A. Harts and Wm. M. Harts, by virtue of one fi fa issued
from Dooly Superior Court, in favor of Jonathan Wood vs.
said Harts. Also, other Justice’s fi fas vs. said
Also, Lot of Land No. 185. in the 2d District of Dooly
county ; levied on ns the property of Thomas Blanchard, to
satisfy a Justice’s Court fi fa in favor of Stephen W. Pearce
vs. said Blanchard. Levy made and returned u »e bv a
Constable. Y. P. OUTLAW, Shff.
W -JLL be sold, on the first Tuesday in AUGUST next,
before the Court-IIouso floor, in the City of Macon,
within the legal hours of sale.
Part of Ten acre Lot No. 3, in East M.von; levied on aS
the property of Iljram T. Mann, to F.-.ti.‘y his City Tax for
the vear 1841. Tax flub S9.3i. anil tost. . ...
July 2 40 W. 11. HUGHES. Pep. Marshal.
AtltniuiMtrnloi'K’ Mate. „
A GREEABLY to an order of the Inferior Court of
Twlegs countv. when silting for ordinary purports,
will be sotdon the fat Tuesday in OCTOBER next, be
fore the Court House door in Cassville, Cass county,, with
in the legal hours of sale. L«i No. 30, in the 22d district,
second section, in Cherokee c»itj when surveyed, but
now Cass county, sold os the property of Robins Andrews,
late of Twiggs county, deceased. Sold for the benefit of
the heirs of said deceased. Terms of sale Cash,
ISHAM G. ANDREWS. 1 /
JOSEPH B. ANDREWS, \ io
July 23. 4644. 43
ttj Y virtue of an order of the honorable Inferior Court of
_! jS |>ooly county, when sitting for ordinary purposes, will
lie sold at the Court House door of Union county, on tl'8
first Tuesday in OCTOBER next, between the lawful
hours of sale.* Lota of land numl er one humljed and eSvth-
ty. in the eighteenth district, and number six. in the.ninth
district, both in the first section when drawn, now Union
county, eacli containing one bundled and sixty arreS.
ns the property of the foie James Powell, deceased, bi.
Dooly county; sold for the benefit of the creditors of
said estate. "Terms rash.
AMBROSE POWELL. Adm’r.
July 23, 1844. «
A GREEABLY to an order of the Inferior Court of Up*
son county, when silting for ordinary purposes, will be
sold, on the first Tuesday in OCTOBER next, before the
Coutt-Ilouse door in Thomaston. Upson coumy, within the
legal hours of sale, one Lot of Land, containing 307 acres,
more or less. No. 149. in the lGth District of originally Hous
ton. Said as the property of Wiley Dean, deceased—for
the befiifit of the heirs of said deceased. Terms oil me day.
Joly 9 41 WM. McKINNEY, Admr.
P URSUANT to an order of the Honorable the Inferior
Court of Crawford County, when sitting os a Court of
Ordinary, will be sold on the first Tuesday in October next,
before the Court House door in Knoxville. Crawford coun
ty. the following parcels of land, to wit: the west half of
lots Nos. 231. and 232. and the north half of lot No. 218,
aad fifty acres oft’of the north-eastern corner of lot No. 217.
All lying and being in the 2d district of originally Houston,
now Crawford ebunty, belonging to the estate of Diannahf
Hestir, deceased, late of laid county; sold for the benefit
of the heirs and creditors of Said flbebased.. Terms made
known on the day of sale. JOHN JONES, Adm’r.
July 16, 1344.4^
Guardian’s Sale. t»
W ILL be sold, on the first Tuesday ih OCTOHE
next, before the Court-House door in Hawkinsvil!®*
Pulaski county, within the legs! l'.rnjrs 6f sl’C, Lot of Land
No. 223. and the North half of Lot No. 155, in the 12lb Dis
trict of originally Houston, now Pulaski county, and 20 acres
adjoining said land, hut part of adjoining Lot. Sold aa the
properly of the orphans of Wm. Barrow, deceased. Terras
made known on tile day of sale.
GEORGE B MrCOLLUM;
July 30 44 Guardian of said Orphans.
To Debtor* unit 4’rcitiloi *.
A LL persnds indebted to the Estate of Diannah Hester,
deceased. late of Crawford county, are requested to
come forward and settle the same; and those having de
mands against said Estgie, are required to present them to’
tho subscriber, duly authenticated.
July 9. 1841. 41 JOHN JONES, Admr.
J7U)UR months after dale, application Will bi inaje to
l* the Inferior Court of Dooly county,
“ TV, It
Court of OrdiriSry
et Darsey. deceased
or leave to sell the Real Estate of Jo-
DAVID J. BOTHWELL, Adm’r.
To the Hon. the Inferior Court of
said county, when silting as a
Court of Ordinary.
T HE petition of John Jones, respectfully shewed!, that
one William Bowden, deceased, late of said county,
diii. on the eighth day of June. 1841. make nnd deliver to
your petitioner, his certain instrument in writing, called a
Bond for titles, in which he, the said William Motvden,
bound himself to make tidea to a certain Lot of Land, No.
one hundred and ninety-one, in the fourteenth district of
Talbot eoun*>', in said S'ate, to your petitioner, upon the
performance of ce-tain conditions, which have been com
plied writh; and your petitioner now shews to the Court,
that the said William Bowden has. since the’ making said
Bond, departed this life, and has not made, or caused to ue
made to your petitioner, any title to said Land, as condi
tioned in said Bond; and whereas, one Gregory J. Turner
is now the lawful representative on the Estate of said Wil
liam Bowden; your petitioner, therefore, prays that this
Honorable Court do order the said Gregory J. Turner to
make and execute to your petitioner, titles to the said Lot of
Land, after perfecting the usual legal notice to be made in
such cases, and your petitioner wm ever pray, Ac.
The above is a true copy from the minutes of said Court:
March 7th, 1844, 24 K. W. DENNIS, c co
■ITtOUJl months after date, application will be made to the
JP Inferior Coart of Dooly county, when sitting for ordi
nary purposes, for.leave to sell tlie'Land belonging to the
f Samuel Williams, deceased,.late Of said ebunty.
JESSE GILBERT.^ Xdhir#
DANIEL J. DAVIS,
171OU R month's after date, application will he made In'
1’ the Inferior Court of Houston eounty. when Ritting for
ordinary purposes, for leave to sell all tlie Lands belonging
to the Estate of John M. Smith, deceased, late of said
county. WM. 0. BASKIN, Exr.
July 2, 1844. 40
F OUR months after date, application will be made to the
Inferior Court.of Butts county, when sitting for ordina
ry purposes, for leave to sell the Land and one Negro, be
longing to the Eatitfb it Richard 31. Darnall, deceased, late
of Campbell countv. THOS. B. HUHFORD, ) , .
June 18 38 ALKX’K. OSBORN, 5 A< - mra
1 7IOUR months after date, application will he made to the
V Inferior Coirt of Dooly, when sitting for ordinary pur
poses, for leave to sell Lot of Land No. 32, in the 9th Dim:
trict of said county, belonging to the Estate of Enos Foun
tain, deceased. To be Sold for the benefit of the heirs of
said deceased. ALEX. MERIWETHER, Admr.
June II J7
"ffNOUlt months after dale, application wiil be made to the
t ’ Interior Court of Butts county, when sitting for ordina- -
ry purposes, for leave to sell the Land and Negroes belong,
ins to the Estate of Abner Bankston, deceased, late of said
JOHN GOODMAN. ) , .
37 J. 11. McCOltD, ) Admrs
F OUR months after date, application willbfc made to£ha
I Inferior Court of Houston coonty. when sitting for or
dinary purposes, for leave to sell ail tlie La’ndaand Negroes
belonging to the Estate af James Thompson, defeated, late
of said county
ASA K. THOMPSON, Admr.
ST.l’FIS OJF GtiOKGX.!.
Houston Superior Court.
RULE TO TERFECT SERVICE OF BILL.
Anthony M. Thompson, Tlios.)
Allen, A Elizabeth Lindsay, > Bill for Discovery. Relief,
vs. ) and Injunction. In lions.
Wm-L. Hughs, Job. Nalley, ) ton Superior t!ourt. lie-
anil Fleming F. Adrian. J turned to April Term, 1844.
I T appearing to the Court, that the defendants, Joseph
Nalley and Fleming E. Adrian, reside out of the limits
of this State: it is, therefore.
Ordered by the Court. That service of the above Bdl he
perfected, by publication of this Rule in some public gazette
n this State, once a month for four months previous to the
next Terra of this Court.
A true extract from the Minutes of Houston Sup. Court,
June 6th, 1844.
June 11 37 mliu JAS HOLDERNESS, Clk.
F OUR months after dale, application will be rrtade \d
the honorable Inferior Court of Bulla county, when
setting for Ordininory purposes, for leave tosbll thi land
and Negroes belonging to the cstat6 of Nancy Higgins, de-'
ceased; lath of raid county.
DAVID IIIGGINS, Adtn’r.
July 23. 43
In fllncon Superior Court.
William Hor.v, 3
vs. > BILL for Discovery, Ite-
John Buford, Reddick Smith,) lief, nnd Judgement, in
James W. Cunningham, and } Macon county, Georgia.
Raiford Peacock. )
TT appearing to the Court, that Reddick Smith, a defen.
X dant in said Bill, resides without the jurisdiction of said
Court; on motion of complainant's Solicitor, it is
Ordered. That service of said Bill be perfected on' the
aid Reddick Smith, by publication of this order in one of
the public gazettes of this State, once a month for four
months, before the next term of this Court.
A true extract from the minutes of Court, this 9th April,
1844. GILBERT C. CARMICHAEL, Clerk.
April 16 • 29 mtm
/"TKOKUIA, Dooly Coufity. Whereas. Htnry II.
TJT Ross, Administrator on the Estate of William IIalJ t
deceased, late of said county, applies to mt for ltuers of
Dismission from said estate: ,
These are therefore to cite and adrfimisn all and singular;
the kindred and ct editors of said deceased, tobe and appeaf
at my office, within the time prescribed by law, to anew
cause (if any they have) why said letters should not be grant
ed. Given under my hand, this 5:li day of July. 1944.
42 JOSEPH B CLAPP, cco
G EORGIA. Dooly County.—Whereas, Thcmaa A. H.
Sledge. Administrator, de bonis non on, the Estate
of Harris Allen, decease*!, late of said county, applies lo m>
for letters of dismission from said Estate:
ThesC are. therefore, to cite and admonish all and singu
lar, the kindred and creditors of said deceased, to ! e amt
appear at ray office, within the time prescribed by law; to
shew cause, (if any they have,) why sail! letters should hoi
be granted. Given under my hand, this 22*1 J.in. 1844.' •
IS BRYANT BATTON.ce o
jr.. and Samuel Carter, administrators **:i the Estate of
Joel Carter, sr., deceased, late of sajii county, apply tome
for letters of dismission from said Estate:
These are, therefore, to cite and admonish all nmJ singu
lar, the kino-ed and creditors of said deceased, to lie nnd ap
pear at my office, wi/htn the time prescribed bylaw. :,»«!.■*• w
cause.ff any they have, why said letters hon'd not be grant-
pil. Given under my ban.!, this 5tb Mfor 1 '. 1844.
24 E. W UE-N'NIS, r < o ,