Js published every Saturday , by P. L
KOBINSOJV, fParrenton , Geo. at
three dollars per annum , which may be
‘discharged by two dollars and fifty
cents if paid within sixty days of the
A Tailor Missing!!!
Absconded from the village
of Wright'borough, Columbia
county, on the morning of the
20th inst. a man of the needle,
Who, while here, passed by the
name of Rainey, alis Kayner,
but. whether or not it was his
correct name, I am aot able to
determine, yet any common
observer may be able to recog
nize the imposter by the pecu
liar and striking marks on his
physiognomy, it will be percep
tible to every one, that he is in
capable of 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 wart, so that no man
can be mistaken in the runa
way. He has left his landlord
a good deal in arrears, together
with a merchant or two of this
place. Tavern Keepers, Mer
chants, fyc. will therefore take
heed lest they be taken in like
wise, by this hlink-eycd Tailor;
it is probable this is not the on
ly place he has left in the same
way. JEREMIAH HERS.
Wrigntsboroug, Nov. 1. 23-3 t
A GREEABLE to an order of the
Hororable Inferior Court of War
ren county, when sitting for ordinary
purposes, will be sold, at the Court
House, in Warren County, on the
first Tuesday in January next, the
following property to wit: Seventy
nine acres of land, more or less,
whereon Sarah Pate now lives, sold
subject to dower. Also one hundred
and twenty four acres, more or less,
whereon John Pate now lives, sold
subject to dower. Also one hundred
and fifty acres, more or less, adjoin
ing the above land ami James Gra
nade’s land and Benjamin Thomp
son’s land, sold subject to dower of
the widow Sarah Pate, and also to
dower or claim of the widow Sarah
Farr, in the last mentioned tract. Al
so one negro girl about 19 years of
age, by the name of Dinah—all the
property of Drury Pate, dec. Sold
for the b'nefit of the heirs and credit
ors of said dec. Terms made known
on the day of sale.
JOSEPH LEONARD, Adm’r,
October 25th, 1829. tds.—22.
GEORGIA, Warren County.
WHEREAS, Hardy Pitts, applies for
Letters dismi9-ory from the adminis
tration of the estate of William Thomas,
late of said county dec.
These are, therefore to cite and ad
monish all persons interested to be and
appear at my office, within the time pre
scribed by law, to file their objections,
(if any they have) why said letters should
not be granted.
Z. FRANKLIN, elk. c. o. w. c.
Warrenton, November 29, 1828.
Al .CUiN imIDGE.
ON TUESD \Y the 6ti> day of
January next, at 11 o’clock A.
M. will he exposed to sale in Macon,
to the highest bidder, the
acrofcs the Ocmulget; river at Macon,
together with one acre of land on the
eastern side of the Ocmulgee river*
to he used as one of the hutments; and
the privilege, of using so much of Fifth,
or Bridge Street, on the western hank
as inay be necessary for the other
hutment of the Bridge.
The purchaser will be 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, 1 cotnmis-
C. B. STRONG, “owl
O. H. PRINCE,
Oct. 25, 182*8. 23-9 t.
The Editors of the Charleston City
Gazette, the Tuscaloosa Chronii le,
and of the several public Gazettes in
this State, will publish the. foregoing
weekly nine weeks, in their respective
papers, and forward their accounts to
the Executive Department.
WlLLbcsnld, on the first Tues
day, in February next, at tin
Court House, in Marion, Twiggs
county, one tract of land, containing
2021 acres, more or less, known and
distinguished, as Lot No. 107, in the
28th Dist. formerly Wilkinson, now
Twiggs county. Sold by an order
•if the Inferior Court for Warren
County when sitting for ordinary pur
poses, as the real estate of Muses
Thompson, .sen. dec.
HANNAH THOMPSON, Adm‘x.
MOSES THOMPSON, Adm'i*.
Nov. 15. 1828, tils—2s.
VIRTUE of a deed of Trust ex
53 ecuted to me by Lark Battle of
Franklin County, North Carolina, on the
lOt ii day of July 1827, which is recorded
in the Register's office in the aforesaid
County of Franklin, l shall sell to the
highest bidder for ready money, before
the Court House door in Warrenton,
(Ga.) on Monday the 29th of December
next all the negroes and their increase,
(if any) which was conveyed by the af
orsaid deed of conveyance, say Jenny,
Phcebe, Valentine, Venus and her two
or three children, names not known* I
shall sell no other title, but such as the
said Lark 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
Warren couritv, the real estate of John
Turner, dec. of said county, consisting of|
150 acres of land (subject to the widows
dower ) The legatee* are hereby notifi
ed, that the widow intends claiming 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
July 7, 1823. 7-60d
ALL persona indebted to the estate of;
Robert Palmer, late of Warren county,
deceased, requested to make imme
diate payment ; and those having de- j
mands against said estate, are desired to
present them as the law directs.
WINKFRED PALMER, Ex‘rx.
July ]?. 7- JOt!
“Ik't/HLL BE SOLI), on the first Tues
▼ ? day in December next, at the
t'ouit House., iu the town of Warrenton,
Warren county, between (he usual hours
of sale the following property, to wit:
Two negroes, Edan, a man
about 35 years of age; Peter, a man ab*ut
22 years of age; 212 teres of pine land,
more or less lying on Rocky comfort, ad
orning land of Nancy Murry a nd harles,
Logue and others; 150 acres pine land
more or less, lying on the waters of Roc-
adjoining lands of Gueo Dick
son and William C. Branham and others;
levied on as the property of Samuel M‘-
Crarv to satisfy an execution in favor of
•120 acres of oak and hicko
ry laud, more or less, lying on the wwera
of R ‘ckycomf rt, adjoining lands of Vin
cent Johnson cud others; fifty barrels o
corn, more or less, and three stacks of
lodder, levied on t > satisfy two executions
one in favor of Amos Persons, survivor,
and one in favor of William Parish against
William Langham, the above property
pointed out by plaintiffs attorney.
510 acres of land, more or
less, adjoining lands of Ephraim Ivey and
others, lying on the waters of Rocky com
fort, levied on as the property ol James
Pa-e to satisfy ao execu ion in lavor ol
Ilardy Pitts, \dm*r. of William Thomas,
dec against Jamus Pace, John P Carr,
William Hill and William il. Brinkley
security on stay of execution.
Four negroes, to wit; James
50 years of age; Mary, 25 years of age;
•Sarah, three years ol age and Martin, one
year old; levied on as the property of
James Towns to satisfy an execution in i
favor of the Bank of the State of Georgia
against the said James Towns, and other
executions against the said Towns.
268 acres of pine land, more
or less, lying on the waters ol Big Brier
Creek, adjoining lands of Thomas Ivey
and others, levied on as the property of
John \dams to satisfy an execution in fa
vor of John G. Winter; property pointed
out by the defendant.
One 41 saw cotton gin, le
lied on by a former Sheriff, as Lhe proper
ty of Ganaway Martin; Q. L. C. Frank
lin and Frederick B. Heath, to sat
isfy an execution in favor of Nestor
LEONARD PRATT, Siiff.
WILL he sold, to the highest bid
tier for cash, on Saturday the
13th of Ucc’r. next, at the late resi
dence of John Hamilton dec. the crop
of seed cotton, together with sonic
cows, hogs and perhaps corn and
fodder, for the benefit of the heirs and
creditors of said dec.
AARON ADKINS, F.x’r.
November 8. Tp 20.
ALL persons indebted to the estate of
William Jones, late of Warren coun
ty, dec. are requested to make payment,
as soon as their notes become due; and
those having demands against said estate
will render them in, properly attested,
within the time prescribed by law.
NICHOLAS H JONES, Adm’r.
SUSAN AH JONES, Adm’x.
September, 13th 1828. 16— Gw.
I 1 r ILL be sold,on the first Thursday
ft in December next, at the late re
sidence of Arthur Mathews, dec. in War
ren county, all the personal property of
said dec. Sold for the benefit of the
heir and creditors. Three plantations
i laying in said county, will be rented at
the same time.
Edward Mathews, Adm’r. I
The subscriber, will practice Law
in the Counties of Coweta, Carroll,
Troup, Muscogee, Merriwether, Har
ris, Talbot, Dekalb and Fayette.
All business entrusted to his care
will meet with prompt attention.
He will examine lands, free of
charge, in the County of Coweta.
Direct to Newnan, Coweta County.
WILLIAM M. BEALL.
linLL be sold, at the Court
▼ J House in the town of Warren
ton. on the first Tuesday in January,
1829, by virtue of an order from the
honorable the Inferior Court of War
ren county when sitting for Ordinary
purposes. Two hundred and forty a
cres of land, lying in the county of
Warren, on Hart's Creek, adjoining
Gibson, Wright and Dozier; —the
said land will be sold subject to tho
widow's dower.—Also six negroes to
wit;—Dicey aged about 45 Joe, 25
Wilce, about 21—Cate, about 7—Pe
ter about 4 years old—and Shear-
mnn about 9 months old*—The abovo
land and negroes to be sold for the
benefit of the heirs and creditors of
Mountain Hill, dec.
AMBROSE HEETH, Adm‘r.
Ortober Bth 1828. GOd—-20.
AGREEABLE to an order from
the Honorable the Inferior rourt
of Columbia County sitting for Ordi
nary purposes, will he sold to tho
’ highest bidder on the first. Tuesday in
December next, at the Court House,
in Warren County—one tract of Land
in said county containing Two bun
deed acres granted to Peter Over**y
dec. adjoining Fuller and others for
the Benefit of the Heirs and Creditors
of said Overby. Terms will be made
known on that day by
ROBERT WALTON. Ex’r.
October 11th 1828. GOd—2o.
A GREEABLY to an order of the hon
/i orable the Court of Ordinary of
Warren county, will be sold, on the first
Tuesday in January next, the following
property, to wit:
106 Acres of land, lying in
said county, adjoining lands of R. Heath,
J. B. Harrell, and others. To be sold as
the estate of Elizabeth Kine, dec. for tho
benefit of the heirs of Wm King. dec.
JAMES T. DICKEN, Executor.
November 8. 24.
FOUR months after date, application
will be made to the Honorable Inferior
Court, of Warren county, when silting
for ordinary purposes, for leave to sell
the real estate of Drurv Pate, dec.
JOSEPH LEONARD, Adm‘r.
July 12th, 1828. 7-4 m
ALL persons indebted to the estate of
John MC‘ormick. late of Warren county,
deceased, are desired to make immediate
payment; and those having demand* a
gainst said estate, are requested to pre
ent them as the law directs.
SARAH M'CORMICK, Ex‘rx.
BARNETT CODY, Ex‘r.
ALL persons having demands against
tha 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
One or two boys between 14 and
16 years of age, as apprentices to the
Printing business; Apply at this Of