The Western Herald.
PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY MORNING
J3Y O. P. SHAW,
Edited by A. ft. FAMBROUGH.
Terms. —Throe dollars per annum, payable within six
months after the receipt of the first number, or four dol
lars if not paid within the year. Subscribers living out of
he state, will be expected in all cases, to pay in advance.
No subscription received for less than one year, unless
lie money is paid in advance; and no paper will be dis
ontinued until all arrearages are paid, except at the op
ion of the publisher. Persons requesting a discontinu
mce of their Papers, are requested to bear in mind, a set
iement of their accounts.
Advertisements will be inserted at the usual rates;
riicn the number of insertions is not specified, they will’
ie continued until ordered out.
ICP All Letters to the Editor or Proprietor, on mat
ers connected with the establishment, must be pos r paid
urder to secure attention.
}CT’ Notice of the sale of Land and Negroes, by Ad
i*i iistrators, Executors, or Guardians, must be published
im DATS previous to the day of sale.
inc sale of personal Property, in like manner, must be
-uWishod forty days previous to the day of sale.
Xebec to debtors and creditors of an estate must be
mblishcd forty dais.
Notice that Application will be made to the Court of
Ir.iinary for Leave to sell Land or Negroes, must he pub
Notice that Application will be made for Letters of Ad
castration, must be published thirty days and for
.utters of Dismission, six months.
r l T ’ j T ndci signed, grateful for the patronage that
-®* ia. been extended to him since he has had tiie man*
igenuiit offche above Establishment, respectfully informs
us friends and tne public generally, that the HOTEL is
inw open, and will continue so during the summer,and at
cl times and a!i seasons, and pledges himself that liis ex*
itions shall he to render the accommodations of this Es
ahlislnnent inferior to none in the city.
Ihe Stables are amply supplied with an abundance of
rood provender, and under the management of a care/ul
nd experienced Ostler.
JOHN R. ANDERSON.
duly 2, —13 —It
rBTHF. undersigned, takes this method to in-
JL form the Public generally, that ho has
fii-alwS biken *' ,fi House, recently occupied by Les-
’ targette.&Cleghorn, as a Tavern, at the Al
atoona Mines, in Cass County; and is now ready to ac
oinmodate as many as may find it to their interest to vis
this interesting, Golden Region of country. Trav
elers who stop to rest, will find his Table supplied with
he very best the country’ will afford, his Stables well fur
li.-ihed with provender, and attended by alirst rate Ostler,
nd no exertion wanting on his part, to comfort constant
loarders, or render ..greeable the situation of the tran
ient visitor. E. R. MCLAIN.
July 2, —13—ts
fTIHE undersigned respectfully informs the public tha
.1. he has opened a house of Entertainment at the
Court House of Lumpkin county, and is now pre
pared for the reception of boarders and travellers. Trust
ee to the efforts which he will make to give general satis
action, he deems pledges and promises as altogether
useless—suffice it to say, that he hopes none will go
r.vay dissatisfied. His charges will be as moderate as
circumstances will allow.
r,HE Subscriber respectfully informs the
* ■ j A public, that lie has opened a house of ,
yipS ENTERTAINMENT at Huntsville; the
Gold Mines in Paulding county. This place
is inahealthy situation,with theadvantages of good spring
water, pleasant mountain breezes, and surrounded with
a romantic forest, and better than all, in the midst of the
Gold Region. Huntsville is twenty-five miles from the
L’arroll mines, and twelve miles from the Alatuna mines
in Cass countv,and on the direct road leading from one to
the other. JACOB PARLIER.
- ■ ——
MRS. PASCHAL & SONS,
JWL WNFORM the Public that they have this
1. day removed into the new Framed Build
lu,u4* ing in the North end of tliis Town, and are
prepared to entertain in a comfortable man
ner,all persons who may give them a call., Thankfulfor
the liberal patronage hitherto bestowed, they hope that
their increased conveniences, will ensure them a continu
ation of Public encouragement.
Auraiia, June 11. —10—ts.
The Southern Recorder, Federal Union, Augusta
Chronicle, and Columbus Enquirer, will give the above
vhrec insertions. _____
„ , Subscriber still continues
n.-cupv his Old Stand, on
!lSl| Jf° , wdoo'TS above tho Court *
jjAijSS Mam Street, ate. i improvements
“““House. Having ‘’^ n , C nmo ,- c comfortable
he is now prepared to accommodate .. . D ., trona 0.^..
style, those who may favor him with , n v a _j a . an „
Ready access to Maps, Diagrams, &c. ca . p rav .
time, and no exertions will be spared to_gi-,f the
ellcrin pursuit of information, tne best kno g n'-d.
country, which his means of information
Grateful for the liberal patronage already received,
continuance is respectfully ROGERS.
Auraria, April C —l—ts ——
jSVjSk m'tlF. undersigned liastakcn the house for
|] MM B mer!y occupied as a Tavern, by Mrs.
till iff Paschal & Sons. The house having under
gone a thorough repair, he is now ableto
:comodat- all persons disposed to patronize him. tlis la
ble will be supplied with the very best that therovnUy
affords ; his Stables with plenty of provender andaiiat
tive ostler; his bar with the best of liquid} and cveiy
possible attention shall be rendered on his 1 a
a share of that custom, which lie intends
/iurutia June IP, —11 —ts.
rf~kN Wednesday the, 21st of August next, will be sold
to the highest Bidder, at the new Village or county
7 °f Lump,cm county, the remainder ot the Town
Lots, ot that place. Terms made known on the day of
feale - JOHN D. FIELDS, j.i.e.
JOHN C JONES, j i. c.
A. K. BLACKWELL, j. l c.
, , JOHN OXFORD, j.,! c.
! July 16, —15—tds
TO LAN!) HUNTERS.
THE subscriber, living in the lower part of Elhjay
1 own in Gilmer county, on the direct road leadiri”
j from said town to Sanders, on the Federal Road, having j
. furnished himseli with Maps, Lottery Registers, and
other necessary information in relation to Lands in Gil
mer, and the adjoining counties, tenders his services to
all those who may be in search of Lands, in the above
Section of country, to show lands or give such informa
tion as may be desirable to owners, or others interested,
he will also act as Agent in purchaseing lands at Sheriff
Sale, in Gilmer county, his charges will be reasonable in
proportion to his trouble. “ James B. Henson.
June 16, —15—ts.
MC4TRAYED or stolen from the Sub-
K? senber about the 3rd of this month, a
brightsorrell mare,flax main and tail, about
five years old, five feet high, with some
sud.ilc spots on her back, considerably wind-galled below
the hocks of tiic hind legs, and newly shod all round.—
The above Reward will be given for the delivery of the
mare and thief, or twenty dollars for the thief and suffi
cient evidence to convict him; or five dollars lor the mare
alone. If stolen the thief has made his way towards Ten
nessee. The supposed thief is about thirty or tliirtv-five
years old, sandy hair, blue eyes, five feet, 6 or 8 inches
high, recently from McMinn county, Tennessee.
Aurariu, June 28.—12—ts.
The Warren Register, Tennessee, and the Cherokee
intelligencer, will please give the above two insertions in
their paper and forward their accounts.
GEORGIA, LUMPKIN COUNTY.
D V ID OXFORD tolled before James Ownby, Esq 1 1
on the 20th day of May, 1533, a bay horse, near lg
hands high, very thin in order, about 10 or 12 years old,
with old shoes on before; lie is light made, and has some ;
white spots on his shoulders, supposed to be done by the i
collar; he had an old hell on, the collar supposed to “be an i
old hipstrap Appraised by Jonathan Oxford and An- I
drew Flowers, at forty dollars.
M. P. Q.UILLAN, c.i. c. !
Auraria, May 28.—8—3 t
GEORGIA, LUMPKIN COUNTY.
Tjil.ed before me Henry Adams, aJusticeoftliepeace, ■
in the 2d District, of said county, a small bay mare,
about eleven or twelve years old. taken up at the house of
John Martin,in said county and District. No brands per
ceivable; a small Star in her forehead. Was Taken up
on or about the 251 hof May last. Appraised at thirty
dollars. Given under my hand this 25th June 1833.
H. ADAMS J. P.
A true extract from the minutes.
M. P. O.UILLAIN c 1. c.
July 2, —13—3t
rHNIIE Proprietors of the Athens
J_ Stage Line, have determined
XyjlcTtgw. ( 0 continue their tri-weekly line to
Auraria. Hereaftcr the stage will reach this place bn Sun
day, Wednesday and Friday mornings, and leave for Au
gusta, on Sunday, Tuesday and Thursday evenings.—
This arrangement will open a di vet communication by
stage tri-weekly with Augusta, Milledgeville; and week
ly with Pendleton, via Gainesville and Camcsville. The
stage will also run twice a week to Athens, Tennessee;
leavingLcathers’Fordon Sunday and Wednesday morn
VALUABLE LAND FOR
THE Subscriber wishes to sell the Lot ofland where
on Wiley Bishop now lives, near the junction of the
Chestatee and’Chattahoochie ri vers, containing one hun
dred and fifty Acres, more or less, thirty-five or forty Acres
, of cleared land, with good fences, and comfortable dwel
ling and outhouses; with an excellent fishery and Mill
Shoal. For terms, applv to
ARCHIBALD BISHOP, of
TO ALL CONCERNED.
THOSE who rented from the State, Indian improve
ments for 1832, in Lumpkin and Union counties,
are requested to meet one of the firm of BAR RON & IR
WIN, at Auraria, on the 15th, or at the Court House in
Lumpkin County, on the 16th, or at the Court House in
Union, on the 17th July next, either to renew or take up
their notes, otherwise suit will be commenced immediate
ly BARRON & IRWIN.
• June 18,—11— ts.
WILES & SANDERS,
KESPECTFULLY informs the citizens of Lumpkin
county and its vicinity, that theirshop is nearly op
posite the large framed building occupied by Mrs. Paschal
Sons, where they are now carrying on the above busi
ness in all its various branches. They give every-pledge
on their part to please the fancy and tastefully fit ail
those who patronize them in their business. They
recieve quarterly the New York and Philadelphia fash
N. B. A Journeyman of good steady habits and who is
a “ood workman may get constant employment None
•vho do not possess these qualifications need apply to us.
1 D. A. WiI.ES,
W. S. SANDERS.
Auraria, June 11. —10—ts
* LL persons are warned against trading for three
/£ notes ofliand calling for thirty Dollars each, payable
ifwiile;m Carnes dated tenth of May, 1533. We are
determineci not to pay them as he has not compiled with
his contract, UP* 6 signed by SNOW.
June 23.—12 ti.
I rrORGIA, GOBR COUNTY.
mjKFiy™ by William Dozier, and taken before
’ V Lew?s R P Powell,a chesnut sorrel mare, about three
*7 i # i fnur feet inches hi /h, with a blaze
left bind foot and leg white, appraised by
Tolm D d Mulle” ar.d Elijah Coxto-. to thirty dollars, th.:.
JohnD. . A true extract from the .1 mutes,
first day of -lay R HARRIS Clerk I. C.
It Cxhics, ~ a t u .w * Worl cl.
AURARIA, LUMPKIN COUNTY, BEOBGIA JULY 30,7saaT
GEORGIA, LUMPKIN COUNTY.
Wu .REAS Robert Ligon and Robert itchell
apply to me for fitters of administration m the
Estate o Ij ert Ligon, sen., iate of said county deed.
1 hese are therefore to cite and admonish all and sin
gular,the kindred and creditors of said deceased to be and
appear at my office, within the time prescribed by law to
shew cause, if any they have, why said letters should not
panted. Given under my hand, this 25th day June,
T M. P. CIUILLIAN, D. C. C. O.
DR. John H. Thomas, having settled himself in Au
raria Lumpkin County, respectfully tenders his
professional services, to the Citizens of this and the ad
joining counties. From his experience as a practitioner
of twelve yours in the middle part of this State, and with a
promise of chaises in proportion with the times, and strict
attention to calls, he hopes to merit a share of public pat
Auraria, May 21.—7—ts
FOUR Months after date application will be made, to
the Honorable the Inferior Court, ot Newton Coun
ty, yvhen setling as a court of < Irdmary, for leave to sell
the whole of the real estate belonging to alter Poole
late of said County dec.
HARDY K. POOLE, Adm’r.
May 21.—7—4 m
VIE Subscriber respectfully informs the citizens of
j J. Hit 11, and the adjoining counties, that he continues
jto carry on the above business in its various bran
! cnes, at his Old Stand, east side of the Court-House
j Square, where work shall be done in the peatest and
1 most fashionable style. He receives the PHILADEL
j PHIA and LONDON FASHIONS, quarterly—and
keeps on hand
Oi'Cvery description. Tie returns his hanks to the pub
lic for the liberal patronage heretofore received, and begs
: leave to say, he has just employed a first rate Journey
man from the citv of Baltimore, and pledges there shall
in future be no disappointment. G. vv\ BROWN.
CHEAP CASH STORE.
rSIHE undersigned has just received from Ncw-
JL 1 ork and Charleston, an extensive and well selec
ted assortment of Dill-GOODS, GROCERIES,
HARDWARE & CR’ CKERY, consisting in part
of the following articles, which he will sell low for Cash
4000 yds. Sheeting and Shirting,
2000 “ Cheap Negro Cloth,
407 by S qr. London Dufflefßlankel?,
J* 6by7 do do do do
75 Point Blankets,
I*2 pr. 11-4 Hose Blankets,
400 yds. Chester Ticks,
300 “ Union Stripes,
200 Pittsburg Cord,
8 ps. Moleskin, assorted colours,
ti “ Bleached Suffolk Drills,
P 6 “ Cotton Diaper,
39 “ Calico, 6 do Turkey Red Prints,
12 11 Ginghams, 10 do Bombazctts,”
G “ Furniture Calicous,
4 doz.Chints Shawls, 4 ps. Crimson Circnss.aH,
4 do. Irish Linen, 8 do. Linenfold Shirting,
6 do. Sattinett, Silk., :i Cotton FlagTldkls.
llhds. Molasses, 1 do. St. Croix Sugar,
1 do. N. Orleans do. 3 do. N. England Rmv,
8 Bags Prime Green Coffoc,
1 Pipe Holland Gin, ! do. Cognac Brandy,
1 qr. Cask Poach Brandy 1 Superior Cognac do.
1 do. H. Gin, 1 do. Madeira Wine,
Hampers Champaignc, 6 Boxes No. 1 Claret,
1 qr. Cask Port, I do. Muscat, 3 do. Malaga,
|3 C asks London Porter, 12 Boxes Soap,
3 Bbls. I.oafSugar, .3 Tierces Pice,
5000 Spanish Segars, 12 Kegs Crackers,
6 Bbls. Mackerel, 3 Boxes Sperm Candles,
6 do. Charleston rlo. I Bbl. Almonds,
6 Boxes Herring, 4 do. best quality Tobacco,
12 do. Bunch Raisins,
2000 lbs. Iron, 100 Spades, Long-handled Shovels,
4 Setts Blacksmith Tools, 6 X Cut Saws, g
6 Mill Saws, 400 lbs. German Steel,
12 Kegs Nails, assorted sizes,
12 Boxes Window Glass, Bby 10,
24 Setts Knives and Forks,
Pocket, Pen, and Dirk Knives,
Razors, Scissors, Shears, fie.
Pad, Gun, Chest and Stock Locks,
4 Rifles, 6 Shot Guns, I double barreled do.
Everpointed Pencils, Silver Steel Pens, ?: c
2 Crates Crocker, G ass, and China Ware,
2 Boxes Kings Cast-steel Axes, Tea-kett’.s,
An assortment of Tinware,
100 Wool Hats, 25 Fine Fur,
100 Suits Negro Cloathing,
S. T. ROWLAND.
N. B. Highest price given for Gold.
April 6 1833—1—ts
TIIE undersigned have entered into copartnership in
the practice of the Law, for the County of Lumpkin,
aid will attend to any professional business, which nay
be confided to their care. Letters addressed to Harrl*
and Rogers,either at Athens or. luraria, will receive prompt
ACHILLES D. SHACKELFORD.
uraKDißsr xt Ui&w*
HAS permanently settled himself in Cass count v, at
the place selected for the couoty Site. He wit l at
tend punctually to all business intrusted to his care in the
Communications may be addressed to Two Runs Post
Office, Cass county.
The Southern Recorder, Columbus Enquirer and the
Washington News, will give the above ihre • insertions
each, andforward their accoun’s to thisollicc for payment
THE undersigned have enter'd into Copartnership,
in the practiceof LA V, and hnr by st-ict atten
tion to business confided to their care, and the i -sistancc
of Judge Underwood, to merit a share of puhf patron
age. They will practice in all the Counties o ! ’ oChcr
! oSee bruit, and the adjqiningcounti of’ e Western
and C ; .ahooeheo Circuits. Their -• re is a’ eCour
House Lumpk ; county.
■:/ “fTEL - or: LE °,
GASTON M. UNDER ,OOD.
GEORGIA, HALL COUNTY.
Prudence Capehakt, )
it v , s - / Libel for Divorce,
I hi the Superior Court of Holt Count,i.
v appearing, by the return of the Sheriff, that the de
rifi.J, ant 13 not , to be ,ound > he is therefore hereby no
rv appearat ‘he next Superior Court, for Hall coun
ty, and answer to the said case, or the sane will proceed
xpaite as to him, and Judgement will be entered up
against him. WILLIAM H. UNDERWOOD
July-2,— 13—m3m S<4 pro Libellant.,
- iE undersigned have entered in Copartnership in
’ -cfv, e Co I nfec “onary line under the name of Ware &
. J c ‘‘ u . r y> they are now receiving aud offering at
I j-’ TV Court House, a general assortment ofGoods,
■ “, ? ! , uch the ? will sell low for cash only. Eve
ry article is ofthc best kind. JOHN H. W ARE, i
P. R. Mc’CRARY.
H. Ware continues to keep up his Store in Auraria,
Lumpkin county, in the above line of business. |
July 9.—14—3 t
The Georgia Journal, and Recorder, will please pub-
L- ,- e , mP V a thr “ ** mes and call on Col. John M. Car
ier > °* ‘Muledgeville for pay. J. H. WARE.
| i Nt V kJRSITY OF GEORGIA.
THE Examination of the th.ee lower classes, in this
Institution will commence on Wednesday the Ist
q/July next, and continue for three days. Saturday the
3d of August will be appropriated to examining candid
ates lor admission Sunday the 4th the Commencement
Tn‘ delivered in tlie College chapel, at half past
10 A. M. Monday the sth the Board of Trustees will
j t? iet t lor the transaction of business; Tuesday the Cth
i ‘hero will lie an exhibition of Orators from the Junior class
| chosen by the two Literary- Societies connected with the
University-; and on XV ednesday the 7th, the annua) Com
T ASBURY HULL, Secretary.
. < ASSVILLE HOTEL.
THE Subscriber respectfully informs Iris friends and
the Public ill general that he is now opening a
House of entertainmout in Cassvilie, Cass county, where,
from his knowledge of business, he hopes to shear a rea
sonable portion of their patrona -e.
The Southern Banner, will please “vet he above three
Insertions and forwurd their account for payment.
THE Subscriber respectfully informs bis friends, and
the public generally, that he lias opened a House
of entertainment, at the Allutooncy Gold Mines, in Cass
county, the above place is a handsome and healthy situa
tirmj witlx tK wlTui.ta-ca us “uuU iilg UIIU WCll WalTr, ,
and the pleasant Mouatain breeze, and is surrounded with
a romantic forest, in the centre of the Gold Region, AHa
tooney, is 45 miles from the Carroll Mines, 70 from Au
raria in Lumpkin county, and on the direct road leading
from Auraria, to the Carroll mines.
N.B. the post office is r-moved from Sanfordvillc to this
place. JOHN DA WSON
July 9, —14—ts
The Editors ofthc Georgia Journal, Columbus En
quirer, Augusta Chronicle, Macon Messenger, will please ;
publish the above twice a month for six months, and for
ward their account to the subscriber at Allatooney for ,
payment. ‘ J. DAWSON, i
A I-L persons are desired to take notiec, that I have
.'Si this day and do hereby revoke a power of Attorney,
which 1 have heretofore executed to one Stephen Flame,
authorizing him to sell Lots No. 859, IBth District, 2d
Suction, and 75, Bth District, Ist Section, and I caution
i.il persons from trading for said lols, from said Hanie.
July 9.—14—4 m
Two Valuable Gold Lots,
No. Dish Sec.
4S7 5 33 2;
I will sell on the 4th Saturday in July, to the highest
and last bidder, nt the Store House of M oscs VY right,
Esq., in the county of Oglethorpe, the two Gold Lots
above described, drawn to my name in the late Lottery,
when satisfactory evidence can be given as to titles. One
third cash, and the Terms of the balance of the purchase
money on the day of sale.
SAMUEL M. JOHNSON.
July 2.—13—3 t
JUST received at the office of the Western Herald, n
large supply of Materials, suitable for Job work,
among which are fancy Bordering, Coloured Cards, da.
Inks, fie. fie. Blanks of all kinds of approved forms,
kept constantly on hand for sale, all orders filled with
neatness and dispatch.
ynrq iAT Valuable tract of Land, with an extensive
L Farm on it, whereon the subscriber now livea, situ
ito.l in Hall county, about twelve miles East from Aura
rja JA.VIES WHITTEN.
July 9.—11 —It
LIST OP LETTERS,
REMAINING in the Post-Office at Gainesville, on
the Ist day of July, 1833, which if not tuken out
in three months, will be sent to the General Post-Office
as dead Letters,
Martin W. Armstrong, T> oswo!l King,
Abel Roberts or sobjAv vid B. Litchery,
r y t . ‘raim Litchery,
Elias Allred, Jacob Lindsey,”
B. Gideon Land,
■ Ellis Buffington, James Law, 3,
Spencer Bolter, Clerk of th psrior feourt
Thomas C. Bowen, M.
H'-n V Baker, Samuel K. t’- itchon,
Emil ng Bigaon, John Vi’Btyde,
Jesse Braudv.cll,, David M. .. v> r s, :
“nomas Brown, John Mavson,
Andrew &W, Bell, John ’I ’ ■ tow,
1 bn. Brad v, David .Martin,
‘ichael BranuonJ Dun.. Miller,
‘>h ■ Butler, William ‘arrow,
Dor sP or b, HughvM n lid,
•oh bn -n, Thomas B. A/’Dowcl!, 3
Joh tell, James Jtf’Clusky, sen.
. R. Bites, Anguish Af Comic,
r. Thomas .Mayes,
f i'* m. Connelly, John .Maxwell,
Arthur Crawford, Jesse •> -artin,
A Chastain, 2, John .Mason,
John Clayton, 5, P. J. .Murray,
D. G, Cobh, Ed. JWcadox,
C. B. Cushman, David H. JU'Closky
Thomas Carter,, O.
i Elizabeth Carter, George H. Owens,
L. Cleveland, James Oliver,
! Alex. Cavin, Esq. P.
Samuel Cruise, Henry Porks,
Hugh Crooks, John H.Pryor.
William Cobb, Edmund Powell,
James W, Cain, Nathan Poole,
, 1 D. William Power,
j Charles C. Dunham, Henry Peeples,
j Joseph Dunagan, 2 David Philips,
, William Dowdy, Gt
: Edward Daniel, David Gluarle?,
John Denton, Isaac Guarles,
Henry H. Davis, It.
\ Martin Dodd, John Richardson,
j John Deavous, Bartimeus Reynolds,
John Dowdy, H, W, and J. L, Riley, 2
j John Dawsey, S, S. Reynolds,
j Nelson Dickerson, Wm. Rakestraw,
| John Dunagan, Daniel Redwin--,
- Neely Dobson, Stephen Reed, ‘i,
John Dorsey, Alfred Reed,
Benjamin Dunagan, Absalom Reece,
James Edmonston, S.
Josiah Ellington, William Smith,
Enoch Earley, Thomas Shockley, 2,
Jacob Elerhart, 2 Enoch Slatter,
Haney Evans, H, F. Simmons.
Giles Eubank, Elijah Smallwood?
.1 mic-3 Cogburn, Wm. Smith,
Henderson Ekes, Judith Sellery,
Vv iiliam H. Folger, Enoch Smitli,
G. James Sayc,
Allen M. Gallespie, John Sowell, 2
William Gibson, Isaac Sowell,
Jane Glenn, John Smith,
tt- iiey J. Garrard, Thomas Thornfqa
Jenny Gaines, E. Thacker, |
Mr. Garrett, Samuel Tate,
John Gibson, William Thompson,
H. John B. Tennings,
Albert G. Hale, U.
Gabriel R. Hughs. William H. UnderwaW;
William Hartgrovcs, V.
George Hawpe, 3 James Voyles,
John T. Hendricks, Jesse Vanwinkle,
George Hall, IV.
Uriah Hubbard, William Wilson, 2
j Jesse Howel, Wm. Wallis,
| Claborn Huffman, Benjamin Whortcr, e
Hawkins & Bons, Isaac R. Walker,
J Lemuel Winn,
Mary J. Jones, Richard W ilson,
Siivey Jackson, Henry Waters,
Cary W. Jackson, William Williams;
Joseph Johnston, William Worley,
Clerk of the Inferior court Thomas Wilson,
John Jay. Jesse Windsor. 2,
Abram i/ones, J, P. Woodson.
Nathan Jones. Y.
, .. i. 01.
./uly 9.—14—3 t
Vher iPs Sales for ugust in
Lot. Dist. See. Property of To satisfy.
405, 2 3 Richard Garner, Smith & M’Junluj,
137, 17 2 John Coker, S, Arjunkin,
455, 33 Wm. W. Barret, Safiold & Parle r, and
, 903, 16 2 Thomas James, Haynes,Christains,
759, 1 2 Wm. F. S. Fitts, C his tier, Higgenbof
! ton, & Cos.
277, 19 2 Edward Johnson, S. McJunkin,
494, 19 2 J. Blankenship. Catler & Buchannon,
! 711, 17 2 Leonard Capes, Thomas Smith,
331, 19 2 J. P. Steed! v, C. W. Christian,
902, 1 2 Wm. Roughtcn, Fandwick &. Walden,
861, 19 2 Allen Smith, Kellogg & Sanford.
762, 1 2 Allen Smith, do.
433, 16 2 Isaac Golden, AVm. D. Scroggin?,
77, 20 2 Lewis Matthews, R. Ryans & Richa r<i
Bums &. Cos.
238, 17 2 JL& J Hudson, J. W. Houghton*.
72, 17 2 Wm. Hagrwood, P. J. Murrav,
1261, 19 2 Bern. Higgins, do
926, 11 2 Wyatt Ross, do
159, 17 2 Ellis Treada wav, do
329, 20 2 George Hinkle,’ do
1006, 18 2 John Cocks, do
204, 18 2 Robert Smith, do
48, 17 2 George Wilson, do
736, 1 2 Jacob Sanders, do
109 C, 10 2 Wiley & Prince,
& Isham Griffin,
28 S, 17 2 John Wilson, do
tCO, 19 2 Roler Berden, do
121, 33 Allen Thurmond, do
294, 20 2 Hiram Proctor, do
1230, 1G 2 Lewis Thomas, do
922, 1 2 Caleb Clark, do
819, 33 Barnet Parker,
695, 16 2 Allen Carver, do
993,17 2 Samuel Howell, R. V. C. &. V.'.I.U .
Ruffin, - .j
617, 19 2 Pleasant Meradith do •
896, 1 2 Gilford Pricket, Thomas Grav for r tllb
hrse of Howell Cobb,
I ® Jm. C Dillon, James Young,
109.,, 1. 2 Reuben Wilkinson J. W. Wortham, S.
344, 19 2 Allen Prior, Jones & Jasper,
773, 3 1 \\ ni. A. Young, Collin G. Buchanan,
lO9G, 3 1 James D. Fewell, Janies .1. Moore, j
974, ■! 1 Isaac Barley, Luke Reid,
741, 3 1 Jacob Ramey, M’Connell&Diokason
1.32, 11 1 Benjamin Flemoy Tacanah & Beniamin
• = • kites* •-*!
858, 23 3 Joseph Nix, John Ilall,
or, 4 Archer Claig & T . ,
Alb 4 Wm. Shannon, John W. Houghton,
198,16 4 Owen Jay, F. Cullens & Sons,
606, 3 4 Janies Bcutiy, .lames Paw nelson
l r 6 tr, 4U.& F. riJ7.r:a!- J. W. Pcamwn, and
* rick, Robert Douglas,
Sarah Turk, George
39,22 3 Benjamin Moore, L. Gearing Nichols
J * &. Dean rig & Joseph
(Lumpkin C. 11. Cos.)
A B. &H. HOLT, hav 1 removed to this place and
_ will Practice Law in Copartnership inatl theeonr
lii i of blierokee Circuit, and in the adjoining counties r.f
Western andChaltahoocliio Circuits. ■
ALFRED B. HOI T.
HINES liul.T, .i,.
April’ 1833-1- ts
SHELL F’S DEEDS AND
Os tire nic.- 1 . approve, 1 fnnv, set snla here