THE CAM AT l
Is published every Saturday , by I*. L i
RUB US'S ON, Warrenton , Geo. at
three dollars per annum , ichich may be
discharged by two dollars and fifty
cents if paid within sixty days of the
time of subscribing.
ON TUESDAY the 6th day <d
January nexr, at 11 o'clock A.
M. will be exposed to sale in Macon,
to the highest bidder, the
.B RID GE
arross the Oemulgee river at Macon,
together with one acre of land on the
eastern side of the Oemulgee river,
to be used as one of the hutments; and
the privilege of using so much of Fifth,
or Bridge Street, on the western bank
as may be necessary for the other
butment of the Bridge.
The purchaser will he required, on
the day of the sale to pay to the com
missioners one fifth part of the pur
chase money in Cash or current bills
or chartered banks of this State; and
to give bond with two or more approv
ed sureties for the payment of the
residue in four equal annual instal
WM. II ARMAN,
C. B. STRONG, 1 U . rami
O. H. PRINCE, J slorius *
Oct. 25, 1828. 23- 9L
The Editors of the Charleston City
Gazette, the Tuscaloosa Chronicle,
ami of the several public Gazettes in
this State, will publish tin* foregoing
weekly nine weeks, in their respective
papers, and forward their accounts to
the Executive Department.
HLL be sold, on the first Tues-
V V day. in February next, at the
Court House, in Marion, Twiggs
cour fy, one tract of land, containing
2.02 b acres, more or less, known and
distinguished, as Lot No. 107, in the
28 s h Dist. formerly Wilkinson, now
Twiggs county. Sold by an order
of the Inferior Court for Warren
County when sitting for ordinary pur
poses, as the real estate of Moses
Thompson, sen. dec.
H ANNAH THOMPSON, Adm‘x.
MOSES THOMPSON, Adtnm.
Nov. 15. 1828, tds—2s.
SY VIRTUE of a deed of Trust ex
ecuted to me by Lark Battle of
Franklin County, North Carolina, on the
10th day of July 1827, which is recorded
in the Registers office in the aforesaid
County of Franklin, I shall sell to the
highest bidder for ready money, before
the Court House door in Warrenton,
(Ga.) on Monday the 29th of December
nrxt all the negroes and their increase,
(if any) which was conveyed by the nf
orsaid deed of conveyance, say Jenny,
Phoebe, Valentine, Venus and her two
or three children, names not known, 1
shall sell no other title, but such as the
eaid Laik Battle had and conveyed to.
JAMES HARRISON, Trustee.
Nov. Ist. 1828. tds—23.
Will be sold, on the first Tuesday-in
December next, at the Court House, in
barren county, the real estate of John
t urner, d<*c. of said county, consisting of
150 acres of land (subject to the widows
dower ) liie legatees are hereby notifi
ed* that the widow intends churning her
dowre of said land, if any of the heirs to
said estate, has any lawful objection, they
are requested to come forward and let it
JAMES TURNER, Adm*r.
July 7, 1828. 7-6 Cd
\VNo*-cuihqj* 22L 1828.
f -W 1
.)ub | intl i cS
The sunsenbtT, .vill sc., five hun
dred p muds best L inl low lor cash.
Apply at the Past Olfi e.
Warren toe G.O *• 2 5 22 ts.
The subscriber, will practice Law
in the Counties of Coweta, Carroll.
Troup, Mus. ogee, Me.rriwether, liar
ris, Talbot, Dekalb and Fayette.
AH business entrusted to his car
will meet with prompt attention.
He will examine lands, free ol
charge, in tin* Comity of Coweta.
Direct to N wnau, Coweta Count)
WILLIAM M. BEALL
ADAI iN 1 b ITtA I UK’S 6A LE.
& &/ r ILL be sold, at the Court
T V House so the town of Warmi
:ton. on the first Tuesday in January.
1829, by virtue of an older from the
honorable the Inferior Court of War
ren county when sitting fm* Ordinary
purposes. Two hundred and forty a
i (tch of land, lying in the county ol
Warren, on Hurt's Creek, ndj doing
Gibson, Wright and Dozier; —the
said land will be sold subject, to tiie
widovv‘B dower.—Also six n grnes b
wit; —Dicey aged about 45—Joe, 25
Wilce, about 21—Cate, about 7—Pe
ter about 4 years oM—and-Shear
man about 9 months old.—Toe abovt
laud and negroes to be sold for the
benefit of the heirs and crediiurs of
Mountain Hill, dec.
AMBROSE HEETH, Adui*r.
October Biii 1828. 6()d —2O.
~~K O 1 ICE.
A GREEABLE to an order from
ilie Honorable the Inferior court
ot Colurii tia County sitting for Onii
nary purposes, wiil be sold to the
higuesi bidder on the first Tuesday in
December next, at the Court House,
in Warren Count) —one tract ol L m
in said county containing Two nun
drod acres granted to Peter Over v
dec. adj fining Fuller and others fur
the Benefit ot the lieirs and Creditor.,
of said Oveiby. Terms will be maU<
known on that day by ,
ROBERT WALTON, ExV.
October llth 1828. cod—2o.
EXECU I UK. 6 SALE.
A GKEEABLY to an oiUer of the hon
’ A oiaole tiic Court of Ordinary ol
YV arren county, will ue sold, on the tir*i
Tuesday in January neS*, the following
property, to wit:
10(5 Acres of land, lying in
saitl county, adjoining lands ot it. iieatn,
J. B. Harrell, and others. To be told as
t'ie estate of Elizabeth King, dec. for the
benefit of the heirs of W m. King. dec.
JAMES T. DiLKEN, Executor.
November 8. 24.
1 he Subscriber
INFORMS those persons who have
heretoloie had their work done by hi-
Black Smith, and the public in general,
that he has lately erected anew shop, in
W arrenton, and is now ready to execute
work at the shortest notice and best man
ner, as he intends superintending the bu
siness in person. He hui taken into con
sideration the hardness of the times and
will therefore make moderate charges.
ALL persons having demands against
! tha estate of Elizabeth King, late of War
ren county, deceased, are requested t<
present them as the law directs; and thee-,
indebted, to make immediate payment.
James t. dicken, Kxt.
July 12: 7-40d
iA * nilor Missing!!!
Absconded ftom the village
ol h nghOborough, Columbia
countv, on the morning of the
inst. a man of the needle,
who, while here, passed by die
name of Hairier, alis Kayner,
Inir whether or not it was his
correct name, ! am not able to
de ermine, yet any common
observer may be able to recog
nize the imposter by the pecu
liar and striking marks on his
physiognomy, it will he pereep
tihie to every one, that li* is in
capable ot seeing out of his
right eye, having a considera
ble blemish or rather the sight
being entirely destroyed, and
immediately above the same
eye. on the upper edge'of the
eye brow, there is a large mole
mark or wait, so that no man
can he mistaken in the runa
way. lie has left his landlord
a good and al in arrears, together
with a merchant or two of t.nis
place. Tavern Keepers, Mer
chants, £)C, Will in ere lore take
heed lest liiey he taken in like
wise, In this blink-eyed I ailor;
it is probable litis is nut the on
ly place Helms lett in the same
way. JEiii JViiAii REES.
Angie L -ruug, Nuv. 1. go 3t
AGREEABLE tu au order and lue
ilururabic liifet iar UoOt t ol v\ ur
ren county, when 3iiii„g i>r ordinary
purposes, will be sold, at the ti.ua
House, in VVai reu Coumy, on tue
first Tuesday in January next, me
Billowing prop ny tu wn: Seventy
cine acres ul laud, more or It as,
whereon B;.rah Fuie now lives, solo
subject to uown*. Also one huadreo
..lid twenty lour u< tvs, m re or Ess,
whereon John Fate now lives, som
subject to dower. Also one hundred
and li Ity a* res, more or J. s , uojoin
log the above land anu Janies urn
oaue s land anu Benjamin i n.uni
son's land, sold subject to dowel*’ o.
Hie widow Sarah Fate, and also t,
dower or ciaitn ot tnu widow Sana.
Farr, in the last mentioned tract. Ai
so one negro gid auoul 19 years of
age, by the name of Dinah—ail tin
l>roperty of Drury P<ne, dec. Sold
for the b “iielit ot the heirs and credit
ors of said dec. Terms made known
on the day of sale.
JOSEPH LEONARD, Adni’r,
October 25th, 1828. ids.—22.
ILL be sold, on the first Thursday
▼ 7 in December next, at the late re
-idence of Arthur Mathews, dec. in War
mi county, all the personal property ol
said dec. Sold for the benefit of die
hen and creditors. Three plantations
laying in said county, will be rented at
the same time.
Edward Mathews, Adm’r.
FOLK months alter dote, application
w ill be made to the Honorable Inferior
Court, of V\ arren county, when sitting for
ordinary purposes, for leave to sed Lot
No. 57G, in the 12th district ol li win, It j
being part of the real estate ol Robert
Palme r. dec.
WINEKRLD PALMER, Ex‘rx.
July 12, 1828. 7.4ui
WALL BE SOLD, on the first Tues
day in December next, at the
[Unuit House, iti the town of Warren-on,
Warren oonntv, between the usual h-*urs
of sale the following property, to wit*
Two negroes, Edam a mao
about 35 yenis of age; Peter, a mao ah .ut
22 years of age; 212 acres of pin* lard,
more or les*. lying >n Ko.kv comfort and
oining land of N:inr\ Mun v n and hard*- *
Lngua and other 1 ’; 150 acres pine bn <l,
more or less, lying on the waters of Ro<>
kycondo’ t, adjoining I nals of (iu*m Dick
son and William C, Bra ln*n and o !<■<;
I* vied on as the property of Samu* I M*-
Ur irv to-at sfy au execution in fav- iuf
John Par ker.
420 acres of oak and hicko
ry la it. mor eor less, Ivii.g <>> the w ers
ol R> Avcoutfoif, a ljoining la.'fD t \ ni
ce’ t Johnson and nthe.s; fifty b.r• o
corn, more or U*-s In •-1 <* k .f
frrdricr, levied or sat sf> two ,x c t s
one in favor of Am f’ iso’ s, -mvivor,
and one in favor <4 YN iliiarri Parish Hgai. st
Wil .into Langh.iin. ‘be ah-ve property
pointed out hv plait'wfl’- attorney.
540 acres of land, more or
less, adjoiim.g lands if Ej lii uni l\e. a J
others lying on the wati'rs of flock com
fort, levied on as the property • t James
Pa< e to satisfy an exe u ion rr; tavo of
Hardy Ihtts, \dm'r. of WilPam I’iiciui ‘S,
dec against Jain. * Pace, John P ( a- r,
VN’illiam Hill anrl W illiam II llrinkh y
security <n sfav es execution.
Four negroes, to wit: James
50 years of age; Mary. 25 years of age;
Sarah, three veais of ag • and Martin, one
year old; levied on as the piOirerty t.f
James Towns to satisfy ari exM iition in
favor ol the Bark of tin* State of Georgia
against t!ie sad James I owns, m rl other
execut'ons against the said ‘Tom ns.
268 acres of pine land, more
or Ic-s, lyii g on die wat rs ol Big B * r
t rock, adjoining lands of Thomas Try
| and etliers, levied on as the property us
J bn tdatns to satisfy ari excettion in fi
ver and John G. Winter; pro, eity point, and
out by the defend nt.
POSTPONED SU E. ‘
One 41 saw cotton gin, lo
wed <*n by a former Sheriff ns he proper
ty of Ganaway Martin; Q,. L. C. F.at k
lio and Frederick B. Heath to gat
'd y an execution iu favor of Nestor
LEONARD PRATT , Siiff.
-T-Twi ■ —i m-m ■ ■ ■ - -n <
Tirll.L be sold, to the highest b;d
tier Idr rasli. on Saturday the
13th of HerV. next, at the late resi
• < nee of John liuiuiltun dec. flic crop
f seetl cotton, together with soino
ow's, hogs and perhaps corn and
odder, for the benefit of the heirs and
reditors of said dec.
AARON ADKINS. Ex’r;
November 8. 3tp—2o.
\LL persons indebted to the estate of
William Jones, late of Warren coun
ty, dec. are requested to make payment,
as soon as then notes become and >c: and
tfiose having demands against said estate
will render them in, properly attested,
within the time prescribed by law.
Nl HOB AS H JONES, Adm’r.
SUSAN AH JON ES, Adm’x.
September, I3tl 1828. 16—6 w.
FOUR months after date, apfdication
will be made to the Honorable Inferior
Court, of Warren county, when sitting
for ordinary purposes, for leave to sell
the real estate of Drury P te, dec.
JOSEPH LEONARD, Adm‘r.
Julv 12tb, 1828. 7-4 m
W aN'J ED,
One or two boys between 14 and
16 years of age, as apprentices to the
Printing business. Apply at this Of