Is published evert/ Saturday , by V. L
ROBINSON, IFarrentun. Geo. at
three’ dollars per annum, which maybe
discharged by two dollars atid fifty
cents if paid within si.vty days of the
time of subscribing
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Candidates, to lepcesent this County,
in the State Legislature.
ARTHUR MU.NCHIEF, E.q
Fur the House of Representatives.
ELIAS WILSON, Esq.
JAMES GUAY, Esq.
Al) VM JONES. Esq.
DENNIS L. 11 AT AN, Esq.
Will you have the goodness to in
serf in your pop-j* the full twing tick*’
et; It ill be rn by the Republicans
of Columbia county.
FETE 11 CRAWFORD , Esq.
House of Representatives.
JOIIY ( ARTLEDGE, Esq.
Hr. NA TIMJY (RA WFORD.
JAMES HAMILTON, Esq.
CANDIDATES FOR CONGRESS
Major James Merriwether, of Clatk,
Richard U. Wilde, of Richmond,
George R. Gilmer, of Oglethorpe,
Char’es K. Haynes, of Hancock,
Gen. Wiley Thompson.of Elbert,
Cos! Daniel If. Brailsford, of M lntosh
Junes M. Vvavne, of Chatham,
Thomas F. Foster, of Greene,
Charles Williamson, of Baldwin,
Wilson Lumpkin, of Morgan.
T. U. P. Charlton, of Chatham,
Major Wm. Triplett. of Wilkes
John A. Cuthbert, of Monroe.
The following gentlemen were nomin
ated by the Troup party, as electors of
President and Vice President. The elec
tion t kes place on the first Monday in
November next, hv (hr* people.
Col JOHN MAXWELL, of Bryan.
ROBERT R. REID. Esq. of Richmond.
Dr WILLI AM TERRELL, of Hancock
AUGUSTIN S CLVYTON, of Clark.
Gen.d). RL ACKSHE\R, of Laurens
SOLOMON GRAVES, Esq. of Newton.
Col. JOHN RlH!'HEKVORI),ofBaldwi u
JOHN MOORE, E q of Oglethorpe.
Maj. OLIVER PORTER, of Greene.
ILL l>e sold, on the first Tuesday in
Oct her next, at the courthouse,
in the town of Warrenton W.irr n coun
ty, between tne usual hours of sale, the
foilo ‘intr pr,pe<ty, to wit:
One negro girl by the name
of Mary, about ten years of age}
levied on as the property of Beryman !
S- Harrison to four |
tions in favor of Tims, Persons vs. H.j
S Harrison and 13. T. Harrison and
M u diea Johnson, ser urify on the ap
peal, ami Rob’rt C. Parham, s * arity
on the stay ol executions and other J
executions against the said 13. S.
11 an ison, levy made and returned to j
m* hv a c nsUble.
Two negroes, Bab about 50
and Cat . about forty-five levied on
to s.stisfiy an Execution in f.v>rof;
the Ad minis'ratocs of John D’.Yani-i
p rt. against Jtsse Bull and Adam
Jones, Executors of Benjamin Reese
dec. property pointed out liy Robert
One 41 saw cotton gin, levi
ed on by a former Sheriff, as the prop
erty of Ganaway Martin to s-fisiy
an exeruMon in favor of Neater Piits,
against Ganavvny Martin, Q. L. C.
Franklin and Frederick 13. Ueeth.
Three hundred and eighty^
s ; x acres of laud, more or less, ad-!
j doing Albert G. Bunk ley and others 1
on the waters of Ogcechee, levied ouj
Warrenton. September 27, 1828.
.is the property of i Imiimh a. ,us, i
satisfy an exci ution in favor of E.
Quin end Cos. against Thomas Seals
and Richmond Burn by security on
Fifty acres of land more or
less, lying on the waters of Hearts
('reek, adj doing lands of S:an,sm
Wilder at. <1 ot.li *rs levied on as tie
the property of Zachus Wagg.iKi
and returned to me by a const aide, to
satisfy an execution, in favor of Thus.
Jones against ths s id Waggoner.
Seven acres of land, more
or less, adjoining laud of John Gibson
and others, levied on by a eonstahl.
and returned to me as the property <>l
Mienjali Perry, to satisfy a tax exe
cution— due 1827.
LEONARD PRATT. Shff.
Will he sold on the Ist Tuesday ji
November next, at the Com t Mouse,
in Warrenton* Warren county, t\v<
negroes, lie* ny aged 44 and Wash
ingtou aged 3 years, belonging tr
the estate of Nanc y Cosby dee.
MORDICAI JOHNSON, Adm*r.
August 30th 1828. tds— l4.
Four thousand pounds of
The subscriber will sell four thou
sand pounds of Bacon cured in the
best manner, low for rash, or on a
credit until the 25th day of December
next, the purchaser giving small
notes with good security. Apply at
the Post Office.
Warrenton, June 21. 4 ts
The g bscriber, will practice Law
in the Counties of Coweta, Carroll,
Troup, Muscogee, Merriwether, liar
ris, Talbot, Dekalb and Fayette.
All business entrusted to his care
will meet with prompt attention.
lie will examine lan !s, free of
charge, in the County of Coweta.
Direct to N**wnan, Coweta County-
WILLIAM m. bkall.
OF TilF BSEHV/S LANDS,
the Town lots and the
V T iLL commence on Wednesday
▼ ? first day of n xt October, and
wili continue from day ’o day with the
exception of the first Monday and Tues
day of that month. We shall then ex
pose to sale in Macon, to the high-st hid
der, in conformity with a late act of the
General Assembly :
A)! the tow.l lots not heretofore dispos-1
ed of; being upwards of
J n number ;on the western si le of the
river; among them are twelve adjoining
the l iver, and a few other choice lots In
busine-R- ] lie residue are in more re
tired situations, arid generally afford good
building sites in a pleasant and growing
part of the town.
Forty two gardening lots cf 10 and 20
acres each ; laid out Imm one to one and
a half miles distant from the town in two
ranges around the Western Common*
Also, twenty eight lots on the Ka-tern
side ; that is to say, four of twenty, eight
of ten acres, and sixteen of one act e each.
These ?a-:t include the place suDattim->
known as Newtown ; and will be so’d,
subject to certain lease* from the (Jotted
States, to expire next J inu iry.
ihe residue of the land* in the two
eserves, are laid out in tracts of 100
acres, and fractional parts of such tracts.
Os tliese toe uplands will be next alter
ed; the lowest ,numbers fi st; beginning
withthose on the western vdt*.
On Wednesday the 22d of October
next, at 11 o clo* k. A. M. will be uttered
at the place of the other sales, the
Bridge at Macon,
together with one acre of land on the east
ern side ot tile Ocmulgee river, as one of
the hutments ; and the ppvilegeot using
os much of Fifth or Bridge street on the
western bunk as may tie necessary for the
other butmentof the Bridge.
On 1 hursday the 23d ul October, we
shall proceed to sell the
Swamp & Bottom
binds within the Reserves, those on tin
western hide lir^t: and continue from day
to day until completed.
The particular numbers that will b
sold on each day cannot be specified; hut
it is intended to put up the several kinds
and descriptions in the order here men
1 lie Reserves are generally well wa
tered, and contain several good mill
seats. ‘J he area of the whole cannot he
exactly known until the platting is com
pleted; hut twenty one thousand acres is
the estimated quantity contained in
both Reserves and the adjoining fractions,
exclusive of the town surveys. Perhaps
no body of land of the same extent can he
found, that embraces a greater vaijety
in itu Bnrrice, sod uuU timoer. Situated
just in that region where the pine of the
lower country changes to the oak and
| hickory of the upper; it includes both
I hesK growths and soils in most of their
varieties; in some portions entire, in oth
ers interspersed or blended. Tracts of
very hilly land, or that which is quite lev
el, or gently undulating, may be bad of
almost every quality; either of oak and
hickory, or pine, or river lands; and sev
eral of these kinds occasionally united in
tracts of 100 acres, and fractions of va
rious sizes, adapted to most of the pur
poses for which land is wanted.
From the pressure of the times, and
mots especially from the quantity of land
and town lots that have been lately in
the market, these must unavoidably sel
low. And, lying at the head of navigal
tion, immediately around the third town
of the state in population and trade, there*
is <?ery reasonable prospect of their soon
rising in value.
Purchasers have now an opportunity,
and apparently the* last that will soon of
fer, of obtaining on cheap and ver y indul
gent terms of payment, choice situations
for residence, for trade or for farming.
TERMS OF SALE.
Vert Inset sos loads and lots are to pay
the Commissioners on the day of the
purchase, one fifth part of the purchase
money in cash or current bills of char
tered B,i ks of this State, and the residue
in four equal annual instalments.—JVo se
cuir/y will be required.
i he h.idge w II be sold on the same
terms • except that the purchaser wili be
required to give bond with two or more
approved sureties for the pavinent of the
four sub-ncpient annual instalments.
W. N. HARMON, )
C. f>. SI KONG, IComm’s
OH. PRINCE, J
Macon July 5, 1828 9—-9 t.
he Editors of the Charleston City
Gazette the I uscaloosa Mirror, and oj
j the several public Gazettes, in this State
| will j übli-h the foregoing weekly, nine
weeks in their respective papers, and for
waul their accounts to MARMADUKE
J SLADE, Esq. Clerk of the Commis
sioners, in such time as to reach him by
the Ist of November.
Neatly Executed at this Office.
FIN AL NOTICE.
ALL persons indebted tn us are in
formed that we will allow them
the highest price lor cotton, this fill,
n payment, and we h pe they wili a
vttil themselves of this notice.
ROBERTS <sc MADDUX.
July 19Mi 1828. B— ts.
R turns Ins great ful thanks to the pub
lic, for the liberal encouragement re
ceived for the last ten yours—and so
licits a continuance of the name. Re
will give the highest cash price fr
■ieed cotton, this season, at his stand
in Warrenton, where good bargains
may be bail for cash.
JOHN 11. ROBim.
Aug. 23d 1828. 1 3 —t r *
AF I’ER the expiration of the tune re
q ired hy law, application will be made to
‘he Honorable Inferior Court, of the
county of Warren, when sitting for ordi
nary purposes, for leave to sell 106 icres
iif land, lying on long creek, adjoini g
Richard Heath and John Harrell A part
of the real estate of Elizabeth King, dec.
JAMES T. DICKEN. Ex‘r,
luly 12th, 1828. 7 4m
h OUR month alter date, application
will be made, to the Honorable Inferior
Court, of Warren county, when silting
for oidinary pur poses, for leave to fell the
real estate, and the negroes not disposed
of by the will, >f John M*Cormirk,dec.
BARNETT CODY, Ex‘r.
July 12. 7-4 m
FOUR months after date, application
win De made to tb Honorable inferior
Court, of Warren county, when sitting for
ordinary purposes, for leave to sell Lot
No in the 12th district of Irwin, it
being part of the real estate of Robert
WIN EE RED PALMER, Ex‘rx.
July 12, 1828. 7-tm
ALL persons having demands against
thu estate of Elizabeth King, late of War
ren county, deceased, are requested to
present them as the law directs; and those
indebted, to make immediate payment.
JAMES T. DICKEN, Ex‘r.
July 12: 7 40d
ALL persons indebted to the estate of
Robert Calmer, late of Warren county*
deceased, are requested to make imme
diate payment; and those having de
mands against said estate, are desired to
present them as the law directs.
WINEFRED PALMER, Ex‘rx.
July 12. 7-40d
ALL persons indebted to tne estate of
John ADCormick, late of Warren cou tty,
deceased, are desired to make immediate
payment; and those having demands a
gai/ist said estate, are requested to pre
sent them as the law directs.
SARAH M-COKMU K, Ex‘rx.
BARNETT CODY, Ex r.
July 12. 7 4ftd
FOUR months after date, application
will be made to the Honorable Inferior
Court, of Warren county, when sitting
for ordinary purposes, for leave to sell
the real **sfate of Drury Pate, dec.
JOSEPH LEONARD, Adm‘r.
JuH 1828. 7 4.^
Agreeable to an oilier Iruin the
Honorable the Inferior Court, of Cos.
Itimbia count), sitting for Ordinary
purposes, will be sold, on the first
Tuesday in November next, at the
(.’oust House of Columbia County.
One tract of Land* in said County*
containing by estimation, Two Hun
dred and Twenty-two acres, adjoining
Wrightsboro* Commons, belonging
to the estate of Peter Overby, for the
benefit of the Heirs and Creditors.—
Terms made known on that day, by
ROBERT WALTON Ex’r.