At Tiverton .Mass. Eld p r Joe!
Borden, aged 64 to Miss Lois Tillson
nged 34 Eider Borden is blind, Having
lost his sight when about 16 years ot
age, he his been a widower almost
At Benton, after a courtship o( thir
ty minutes. Mr. Benjamin Dean, to
Miss Thankful- Robbins.
At New Mil If rd, Con. Mr. A
nius Marsh, aged 14 to Miss Ann
Sherwood, aged 55, after a courtship
of nearly 24 hours.
At Dixmont Maine, Mr. Samuel
II ammo us a patriot of the Revolui ion,
aged 66 to Mrs. Betsy Staple aged
At Southborongb, Mr. Barlow
Russel!, aged 16 to Miss Carolim
Castle, aged only 42, woo surrender
ed after a siege of three days .
Under the painted Rock, in Bun
comb c*unty N. C by n Magistrate.
Mr, Lewis Sawyers Sen. aged 81
years to Mrs. Hannah Boston sged
91 years both of Green county Term.
The Lady who waited on the bride,
was iOO )ears old*
PAINTER TURNED PHYSICIAN.
A painter who had turned physi
cian, was asked why he quitted hia
profession ‘Because/ replied he, my
former business exhibited my mis
takes in too glaring a manner, there
fore I have now’ chosen one in which
they will be buried/
In Boston there was formerly a
sign, ‘Dr. Trott’—which was ulti
mately succeeded by one with the
name of *Dr. Gallup.* An Irishman
observing the change, said he was
plased with the Doctor’s success—
that he had got from a trot into a gal
f£j"We arereqmst-d to announce
John G. Winter, Esq. as a candi
date for Justice of the Peace, for
the 425t1i Dis riet of Warren county.
are requested to announce,
Hardy Pitts, Esq. as a candidate
for Sheriff, of Warren county.
October 18t! 1828. 21—ts.
are requested to announce
M tj. Athelstan Andrews, as a
candidate for Sheriff of Warren
September 20th 1828. 17—ts.
|C7Wp are requested to announce
Samuel Fleming a candidate for Tax
Collector of this county at the ensuing
October 11th 1823. 20 -ts,
J**We are authorized to inform
the citizens of Warren County, Geo.
that Joseph E. Biggs, is a candidate
for Receiver of Tax returns for the
Oct. 4111 1828. 19, —rf.
The following gentlemen were nomin
ated by the Troup party, as electors of
President and Vice-President The elec
tion takes place on the first Monday in
November next, by the people.
Col. JOHN M AXWELL, of Bryan.
ROBERT H. KEID, Esq. of Richmond.
Dr WILLIAM TERRELL, of Hancock
AUGUSTIN 8. CLAYTON, of Clark.
Gen. D. RL ACKSHEAR, of Laurens
SOLOMON GRAVES, Esq. of Newton.
Col. JOHN RUTHERFORD, of Baldwi-u
JOHN MOORE, Eq. of Oglethorpe.
Maj. OLIVER PORTER, of Greene.
ADAMS ELECTORAL TICKET,
COL. THOM AS MURRAY, of Lincoln.
JOHN BUKCH, Esq. of Columbia.
“spile ND D VlewT
On Fridav, the 10th of October, 1828.
will he published by T. K. GREEN
BANK, N<. 64 Sp-uce street, Phila
delphia, a volume of splendid views of
American Scenery, as follows:
1. A view of Beck’s Sho f Tower, on
the Schuy‘.kill, near Philadelphia, and
2. A view of the Light-house in Long
Island Sound, with to uiljacont scenery.
3. A view ofYotk, oii Lake Ontario,
with the fortili tfiCMjs.
4 Characteristic Scenery on the Hud
5. Views of N‘ j w London, Connecti
cut With the adjace it scenery.
6. V'ew of L *iHn Hill. near Philadel
phia, dr sat >f 11,*'* y Piatt, Ivtj
7 P;c Vombol Washing! u, ut Mount
8. View a f the Great Bend f the Sus
9. V iew at the Upper F;dfs of Solo-
('leek L .7, ; e C'MUlty. Pa.
10. V iew ol the Lower K;-i * of Solo
•note- ( r - k
11. Vi w of the Cattskill Mountains,
from Hie Hud-oa.
12. View *f F >rt N. li oa. on Lake On.
ta i>, t om tlu Light lieu e ‘on toe B it
I iiese Views are executed in the best
style of f'hdndrlphra F.ngraving, fom
drawings m.-d- upon die spot. Each
P-.ite will l*e accomparii and by a full ami
accurate descrip in liieretore, so as to
make it perfectly intelligible to every
Tne work will be printed and issued to
subsetib. is in the iirst style, ou i-up.erior
psper, and wi,lh a handsomely printed
covet, and deliv ml to -übscrib rs at
the very ion p ic: of One Dollar per co
py. Fiexd) e covers will be u <*d for
country subst fbers, so that they can b*
safely sent by mail.
|Q“Any gentleman, post-masters and
others, who will interest them** Ives to
procure ten subscriners and rerun §lO o
the Editor, shall receive twelve, copies
From the very fl ittering patiooage id
ready received ( 1200 subscribers having
already put down their names,) tins, vo
lume wiil probably b * succeed ‘d by an
other, as soon as other plates can he en
graved. Ail osde s from the country will
lie promtly aitemied to.
T. K GREEN BANK.
No. 64 8 pruee-street. Poll uielphia. ;
03“ Any Editor who w.il insert the a-|
have a few limes, and forward a copy of
his paper containing the a ivertisement,
directed “Saturday Bull tin Philutel-i
phia, shall receive a copy of the Views,!
immediately on their publication. I
Oct. 4 19 |
INFORMS those persons who have
heretofore had their work done b\ his
Black Smith, and the public in gem ral,
that he lias lately erected anew shop in
VVa rrenton, and is now ready to execute
wotk at the shortest notice and b st man
ner, as he intends superintending die bu
siness in person. He ha- taken into con
sideration the.hardness of the tunes and
will therefore make moderate charg* s.
O'ober 18. 21 3.
be sold, on tie first Tuesday in
* N- veiriber next a the conri h use,
in the town of Warrenton. Warren coun
ty, between the usual h mrs of* sale, the
following pm pc ty, to wit:
One negro man, by the
name of Hopewell, about sixty year* of
age, levied on as the property < f Reuben
H. Jones, to satisfy ai Execution, in fa
vor of Sherrod Roberts itve 1 on by a
constable and returned to n,e.
The undivided interest of
David Darden, in right, of Ins u if-, in
three negroes, to wit; Allen, between 25
and 30 years of age; Edmond, twenty and
Sarah, about forty; Win a hke interest in
eighty three and a ’lord acres of land on
Williams’ creek, whereon Micajah Dar-l
den now lives, adjoining < ouksey and J
others; levied on by a constable and re
turned to me to satisfy two executions in j
favor of Henry VV. Durden, against David
Darden—Property pointed cut by said
Henry \V. Darden.
’ Four hundred acres of land,;
more or less adj ming Thom-)* Beiryacd
others, on the waters .f Little riv**r, le
vied on by Hirdv Pitts, D. Sheriif and
rctumed to me as the property of John
A. M’Ginty lo satisfy ah Execution in
favor of A. J. & G- VV. Huntiogtoa a-•
gainst the sad V*Ginty.
For sale at this Office.
List of letters remaining in the Post
Office, Warreuton tin. Ist October 1828
A. James Akins, Mrs. Wmiiifrert A
kin, Asa Vnsdey, Kebecca Ad.uns, E. P.
U. Oil sun Berry, Abram Brinkley,
iJeremiah Durkhulter, Ebeue.er Bud,
i I humus VV. Battle, Drewry Bynum,
i Miss Malvina Broadnax, Henry B ewton
oi tar said Biewtou s heirs, the heirs of
his estate at law.
C. Benjamin Crenshaw, Daniel
t handler, Abealein Corsev’s orphans, or
their Guardian, Sampson Culpepper,
Mtss Margaret (.barrel, The Cinmli at
W i liamD trek, Vincent K. Horsey*
John P. I Uxton, Mrs. Elizabeth C*>dy\
J-n Champion, Benjamin Culpepper,
I) Ja . cibah D; vi*, Jethro Dardeu,
Gen. | iimnns Dawson,
K. alts. JSaiah Elliott, James Eshom.
F. Ignath i*v Few.
G. B tijatnui Gcesliu, J. D. Green,
H. Thei philus Bowel, 3, Isaac Ha*t
Vlr. Hu I, Benjamin Henry, Ambias
Hettli. V\ dliuni (J, Hill, Henry llau on
Neat'Hurral, Fielding lidl, John ilum
l Dinkins Ivey.
J, W illiam B, Jones, Candiss Jack
son j Adam Jones, Jun. Allen W. Jackson.
K Boz. K tchens, Thomas VV, Kent.
Li Orsbom f Lockett, James Lillie,
Mist Rebecca A. Low, Thomas Latimer,
Samuel M Latimer, Hjllory Langford.
M. Ezra McCrary, John McNair,
Jonlen VicCußars, Kend.di.Lee McTyre
Daniel Murchison, James Martin, Reu
tun May, James Mattock, Vicy iVlct.al
lifter, David Mims, Htnry McCane,
Henry J. Matthews. William VV. Martin,
Mrs. Anh McCoy. Miss Cilia Martin.
N. I human Neal.
P. William Porter, Henry Peebles,
J fin i*. P rktr, Richard Puwel, James
JL Vl r . Rymev, Renson Rahon, Thomas
li mey, Abuer li ley, Btatl.ug bed,
Vt a I k; * Hey nold-, 2.
3. Joliu Strickiand, Joseph S. E.
Spears, John So'iut 2 Daniel Shows,
William Shiver* Sen. VV. He VV . Sliiver
John VV Shurley, N ithau S mu ley, Sam
u I Skoliey Junes G. Si wain 2, .tiisu Fa
f. it / Thompson, Septimus Tor
rence, Miss Miriam Tu ki r.
W . Sol imon Wild r, riiotnag Wynn,
limes*VViUuord,'Drewry’ A. Weaver, Jo
seph'Wright, Nicholas Williams, Li ut
Jhn K Welch, Vi is. Nancy Watson, Mrs.
Mry Wrtod 2
Y. Beunet Y* ats.
V‘ ln li ** id b* j o?etit to the* General Po>t
Office the first oi January next, if uoi
JOHN MOORE, P. M.
Ort 4th 1828. i9_3t.
A DMINi IS TK AIOR S SALE.
ILL be sold, at the Court
T V House in the town of Warren
ton, on tilt* first Tuesday in January ,
1829, by virtue of an o’ der from tin*
honorauie the L Prior Court of War
ren county when sittL g for Ordinary
purposes. Two hundred and forty a
ires of land, lying in the couuly of
Warren, on Hurt's Creek, adjoining
Gibson, Wright and Dozier; —the
jsaid I ;nd will he soid subject to tne
widow's dower.—Also six negroes to
wit;—Hi. ey aged about 45—Joe, 25
W if e, about 21 —Cate, about 7—Te
rr r about 4 years old—and Snear
inan üboui 9 mouths old.—T he above
land end negroes to he sold for the
| benefit of the heirs and creditors of
1 Mountain llill, dec.
AMBROSE HEETiI, Adm'r.
October Bih 1828. tiOll— 20.
- - m
TMTILL hr sold, to the highest b tl-
tier t*r rash, at the late resi
de nee of John Hamilton der. the rop
of seed cotton, together vvilh some
rows, hogs and perhaps corn and
fodder, for the benefit of ihe fit irs and
treditors of said dec-
AARON ADKINS, Ex’r.
October B.h 1828. 3 p—2o.
FOUR months after date, application
will be made to the Honorable Inferior
Court, of Waircn county, when bitting
for ordinary purposes lor leave to sell
the real estate of Drurv Pute, dec.
JOSEPH LEONARD, Adm‘r.
July 12tn, 1828. 7-4uj j
COTTOX Hir. VCCO
¥ N f 1 UK MS his f eic nos atm mi it*
* lie, that It* fas taken the V* r-*-
ll'Mtse formerly occupied by M L s
sftul II i|t, which is rdhrited i’ hie
rear of the City II tel, and H*’ j i g
the E gle r J’ vein LI, lur tin* pr
puse of transtv. ti >g •*
COMMISSION l! L ‘ ONESS
Whenever nqmred. he u I >.• p e
pared o make Libkual Advavci.s
on produce in Store, nod Ins p ■.‘om
ul uttenliun will at all times (*<• x
clusivi'ly devoted to the inter*.si if
Amro o ’** oi. 13. _ |6.
A S LAUGH i'tM Y C. LA li L A IN.
/J.RATLKUL f c itic siior ul p\<..
‘G* p gr, vviticii has been exo . ti
ed to them, g •in tender iln ir sn vi
eos to their friends and the public
tou THE TItANSACIi N • V TUB
Com m iss ion Bust m ss,
At their old stai.U •ti tins puce, on
tin’ us i S teiuns.
Their WARE HOUSES are in go and
order f r tne ren plion of Goods and
Puoduce, and tluy pledge lhemsdv*>s
tLa. very attention shall begiven to
business confided to them, a and tin ir
nest exertions used to give s.itisfaciiort
to their employers.
Augusta . Hear gin. j
August 27th, 1828. J 16-RL
C OMMISSIOX B ÜBLYES V.
T'he subs* rib* rs return iheir gcato
ful thanks f r the patronage bei-” and
on them during the past se son, aid
s li< it a continuance *f the s .me with
the assurant of t eirbest cxeriioT.s
to give general satisfaction. Their
IVare J louse
Will be in complete order fr thp re
c-p i -0 of PRODUCE ami MER
CHANDISE another season. And
they will he prepared , at all times to
make advances on cotton stored with
Musgrovb, Wbtm re. & Cos.
Augusta, July 31. 113 n.
BEGS leave to ini -rm his I iemE and
customers that ho conti mrs to trans
at his old stand on Broad Street, near
the upper market.
He has established a
TOBACCO WAKE lf'>USR
at the same place, where Tobacco will
b* inspected by a coinpetant person.
He is prepared tt> gran* his customers
the usual facilities, and his personal
exertions exclusively devoted to toe
interest of his employers, lie hopes
1 will insure him a continuation of the
very liberal patronage heretofore re*
JOHN C. HOLCOMBE.
Aoeusta, Aug 2. 1828. u 2m—lo
Ore r two bo;s between 14 a?'d
16 yeats of age, as apprentices to the
Printing business. Apply at this Of
October 4th. 1828. 19—ts.
For saie at the Cabinet Officer