niK c.mLvti c
Is published every Saturday , by P. L
lloli[YS o<j\\ ff'arrentun, Geo. at
three dollars per annum, which maybe
discharged by two dollar's and fifty
cents if paid withinssijcty days of the
time of subscribing
The subscriber, will practice Law
hi tlie Counties of Coweta, Carroll.
Troup, Mas Merriwether, liar
ris, Talbot, D kalU and Fayette.
All business entrusted to his can
will meet with prompt attention.
He will examine lands, free of
charge, ir> the County of-Coweta.
Direct t * Newnan, Coweta County.
WILLI AM M. BEALL.
R turns his greatfu! ihanks to the pub
Ji-- for the liberal encouragement re
ceived for the last ten years—and so
licits a continuance of the same. He
will give the highest cash price for
Bed cotton, this season, at his stand
in Warrenton, where good bargains
inay he had for rash.
JOHN H. ROBERTS.
Aug. 23d 1828. 13—ts.
GKORGIA, Warren County.
WHEREAS, Hardy Pitts, applies for
Letters dismis-nry from the adminis
tration of the estate of William Thomas,
lae of said county dec.
These are, therefore to cite and ad-i
monish ill pet sons interested to be anil j
appear at my office, within the time pre*!
fi ribed by law, to file objections, ‘
( I any they h.ve) why said letters should
Hut be “ranted.
Z. FRANKLIN, elk. c. o. w. c.
Whereas, Spiyy Fuller (Administrator
de bonis non and with the will annexed,)
on the estate of Thomas Smith late of said
county dec. applies for letters of Pissmis
sion on sa.d estate.
These are therefore to cite and admon
ish aii and singular, the K-ndfed and
Creditors, of said dec. to b and appear
at my office within the turn prescribed by ]
law, to -new cause, if any they have, ahy
Said Jett* rs ould not i*e granted
Giv u nod r mv hand at Office this
28tli dav of dav 1828.
Z. FUANKI iN, elk. c. o. ;
May 31-** mGtn
ALL persons indebted to the e*tate of
William Jones, late ot Warren coun
t viec. are if quested to make payment,
as soon as then notes become and e; and
those having demands against said estate
v*l* render them in, properly attested,
Within the time prescribed by law
NICHOLAS H JONES, AdmV.
SUSAN All JONES Adrn’x.
September, 13th 1828. 16—Gw.
FOUR months after d..te, application
will be made to the Honorable Inferior
Court, of Warren county, when sitting for
ordinary purposes, for leave to sell Lot
No 376. in the 12th district of Irwin, it
br rng part of the real estate of Rob’ J
WINEFRED PALMER, Ex‘rx.
July 12,1828. 7-4 m
ALL persons having demands against
tha estate of Elizabeth King, late of War
ren county, deceased, are rtqu f s*ed to
present them a- the law directs; and those
indebted, to make iomf diatc payment.
James t. dicken, Ext.
July 12: 7 40d
A lad will he teken a s an appren
tice to the Printing business.
fill E.* - _
h ant nl'in, October 18, 18^8.
■* i< L ij, Oo iiiv tit -( • ijcsihi) li.
1) member next, at the Court i
Warren county, the real estate if Joht.
Turner, dec. of said county, consisting o
150 acres of land (subject to the widow
dower ) The h gatee-’ are hereby notifi
(1, that the widow intends claiming he*
dowre of said land, if anv of the heirs to
said estate, has anv lawful objection, thev
ire requested to come forward and let it
JAMES TURNER, Adm-r.
July 7, 1828. 7-60d
Will be sold on the Ist Tuesday **’
November next, at the Court-Hou Be >
hi \Varrent*n, Warren county, t Wl *
negroes, Henny aged 44 and Wash
ington Mg and 3 years, h* Ringing to
‘lie estate of Nancv Cosby tier.
MOItDICAI JOHNSON, Adtmr.
August 3011 1 1828. tds-i-14.
ALL persons indebted to the estate of
Robert Palmer, late *• Warren county,
decease*!, are requested to make imme
diate payment ; and those having de
maiuls against said estate, are desired to
present them a* the law directs.
WINEFRED PALMER, Ex'rx.
July 12. 7-40d
ALL persons indebted to the estate of
John M‘Cornnck. late of Vv arr f>n county,
deceased, are desired to make immediate
payment; and those hieing demands a
gainst said estate, are requested to pre
sent them a*, the law directs.
SARAH MTORMK K, Ex ?x.
BARNETT CODY, Ex‘r. *
T| dv 1? 7 40d
At ILK the expiration of the time re
quired by law. application will be made to
the Honorable Inferior Court, of the
county of Warren, when sifting for ordi
nary for leave to sell 106 ucies
of laud, lying on long creek, adjoining
Richard Heath and John Han't 11 A port
of the real estate of Elizabeth King, dec.
JAMES T. DICKEN. Ex‘r.
Juvl 1 2 i IM3 . 7 4m
FOUR month after date, application
will be nr<de, to th* Honorable Inferior
Court, ot Warren county, when sitting
so ordinary purposes for leave to sell tht
real estate, and the negroes n"t disposed
of bv the will, * f John MfCovmick, dec.
SARAH M-CORMIt K, Ex‘rx.
BARNETT CODY Ex r.
July :2. 7 4m
Agreeable to an order from tin
Honorable the'lnferior Court of Cos.
lumbia county, sitting for Ordinary
purposes, will be sold, on the firs
Tuesday in November next, at the
Const House of Columbia County,
One trai tof Land, in said Count',
containing by estimation. Two Hun
dred *nd Twenty-two acres, adjoining
Wrightsboro* Commons, belonging
to the estate of Peter Overby, for tin
benefit of the H irs and Creditors—
Terms made known on that dav, by
ROBERT WALTON EsV
We toe Committee appointed by
the Regimental Court of inquiry, for
the 12tu Regiment, Geo. Ma. to se
lect a General and Regimental muster
ground for said Regiment, have at
tended to the duty assigned ns, anil re
port that, we have selected a place
near the house of W illiam W . Martin,
four miles below W arrenton, on the
road leading to Way nesborough.
The said Wm. W. Martin agrees to
clear out all the hushes, and small
growth, in a place to be four Hundred
yards square, and keep the same
down, arid said Martin further agrees
to have the said muster ground i leer
ed out,, at and ready for muster by the
last of Sept* mber next.
Aaron A jikins,
Nathan J- kes, | §
Athklstan Andrews, 5
Env in I! arris, I £L*
Benjamin Ivey, J
UOSPPLMhi n r RlbjT iliUtil).
The Czar Ivan, who reigned over
Russia about tike middle of the six
teentli century, frequently went out
disguised, in older to discover the
opinion which the people entertained
ol Ins administration. One day, in a
solitary walk near Moscow, he enter
ed a village, and pretending f be o
vercome with fatigue, implored relief
irom seWral of the inhabitants His
dress vvls rugged, bis appearance
mean; apl what ought to have excit
ed eniiqlissioti of the villagers, and
ensurre his reception, was produc
tive of, efusal. Full of indignation
at su( li iubmnan treatment be was go
ing to Rave the place, when be per
ceived another habitation to which be
had not yet applied for assistance.
It w r as the poorest cottage in the vil
lage. The emperor hastened to this
and knock* and at the door; a peasant <>-
pened it and asked him what he want
** I am almost eying with fatigue,
and hunger,’ answered the Z*r, 4 < ui
you give me lodging for one night.’j
* Alas,’ said the peasant, taking him
by the hand, ‘you will find but poor
fare here; you came at an unlucky
time—my wife is in labor, her < lies
will not let you shop; but come in,
you will at least be sheltered from the
cold, and such as we have you are
welcome to.’ ’The p i.sarit then made
the Zar ent<r a li‘Me room full of
children; in a cradle were two infants
sleeping soundly; a Rule girl of three
years old was sleeping on a rug near
the cradle; while iter two sisters, the
one five years old end the other se
ven, wire, on their knees crying and
prayir.gto God for their mother, who
was in *n adjoining room, and whose
piteous complaints and groans were
heard.—* .Stay here,* said the peasant
to the emperor, ‘ I will go and bring
something lor supper.’ He went out,
and soon returned with some black
bread, iggs and honey. ‘You see all
I can give you,* said the peasant,
* partake of it with my children, I
must go and assist my w ife.’ * Your
charity and your hospitality,* said <he
Zar, • must bring down blessings on
ye ar lions*; I arn sure God will re- 1
ward your goodness.’ * Pray to G*ol j
Almighty that she may have a safej
delivery; that is all that I wish for.’
‘ And is that all you wish to make you
happy.*—‘ Happy ! —judge for your
self; I have fivi line i hildreri; a dear
wife tLai loves me; a father and a mo-!
thrr both in go*>d health, arid my la
bor is suflii ient to support them all *
‘ Does your father and mother live j
with you. ‘Certainly, they are in
the next room with my wife. * But
your cottage is very small.* *lt is
large enough to hold us all.’ The
good peasant then went to his wife,
who in an hour was happily delivered.’
Her husband in a transport of joy
hfo light the rhild to the Z'*r. * Look,
said he, this is the sixth she has
brought nit : what a fine hearty child
he will be; may God preserve him as
bp has done the others,’ The Zar,
sensibly >:fleeted by this scene, took
the infant in his arms. ‘ I know by
the physiognomy, said he that lie will
arrive to great preferment.—The pea.
sent smiled at the new prediction, arid
that moment the two eldest girls came
to kiss their nw born brother, and,
their grandmother came also to take
him biik. The little ores followed
her, and the peasant, laying himself
down on bis bed of straw, invited the
stranger to a- the same. In a few
minutes the peasaut was in a sound
* sleep, but the Zar silling up, looked
j around and contempt it.t <1 every thin”
with an eye of emotion and tender
ness, The little s|ei ping children and
| their sleeping father, \n undisturh*
eil silence reigned in the cottage.—
* W hat a happy calm, w hat delightful
| tranquility,’said the emperor. *A
varice and ambition, suspicion usd
remorse, never enter litre. flow
sweet is the sleep of innocence.* Un
der such i* ile< tios.s. K on sin b a hod,
; did the mighty empt-rui* of all the R*is
sias spend the night.
The p'lisant woke at break of day,
and his guest taking leave of him,
| said, * I must return t< Moscow my
friend; I um acquainted there with a
very benevolent man, to who in I >fuil!
take care to mention your very kind
treatment to me, I can prevail upon
him to stand god father to the ct ild.
Promise, therefore, that you will wait
forme, thut I may be present at the
. hnstenitig; 1 will be back in three
hours at farthest. * The peasant did
not think nun li of Ibis mighty pro
mise, but in tin* good nature of* I*i9
heart consented however, to the re
quest of the stranger,
j The Zar immediately took his leave
—The three hours were soon gone,
j and nobody appealed. The peasant,
I therefore, followed by his family , pre
pared to carry bis child to i bun h.
But as he was leaving the cottage, he
h* ard on a sudden the trampling of
horses and the rustling of the • oa lies.
He looked nut, and presently he saw a
multitude of horses, and a train of
splendid carriagis,- lie knew the im
peri/d guards, and instantly he called
his f. iiuly trt come and see the empe
ror pass by. They nil run out in a
’ bun) and stood before the door. The
h orsrs and carriages soon formed a
> rireular line, and at last the stately
■ 1 coach of tin Zar stepped opposite the
ii peasant's door. The guards kept
bai k the < rowd, which the hopes of
seeing their sovereign had collected
i j together. The roach door was open
ed and the Zar alighted, and ucJv.toc
ing to his host, thus addressed him,
‘ I promised you a god-father, I am
new come t* fulfil that promise; give
me your child, and follow uie to ilio
i f l’i*e peasant stood like a statute;
•now looking at the emperor with
i mingled emotions of astonishment and
i joy; and now observing his magnifi
j cent robes, and the costly jewels wi'li
which they were adorned; and now
turning to a crowd of nobles that sur
rounded him. The emperor for sum©
moments silently enjoyed his perplex
ity, and then addressed him thus.
Yesterday you performed the duti< s
(of humanity; to day 1 am come to dis
charge the most delightful duty of a
sovereign, that of recompensing vir
tue. I shall not remove you from a
situation to which you do so much ho
nor. and the innocence and tranq oli
ty of which 1 envy. But I will bes
stow upon you surh things as may he
useful to you. You shall have nu
merous floiks, rich pastures and a
house that will enable you to exor ise
the duti. sos hospitality and pleasure.
Your new born child shall be iny
ward; for you may remember, con
tinued the emperor, that I prophesied
he would be fortunate.*—The good
peasant could not speik. but with
tears of greatful sensibility in his
eyes, he ran instantly to fetch th©
| child, brought him to the emperor,
and laid him respectfully at his feet.
The excellent sovereign was quite af
fei ted; he took the child in his arms,
and carried him to the < hurrh; and
after the ceremony was over, unwil
ling to deprive him vt his mother’*