The messenger. (Fort Hawkins, Ga.) 1823-1823, March 21, 1823, Image 1
Vo\. ‘• TU V MESSENGER IS r HINTED WEEKLY nr M. UOWVAWSON, At fhrrr dollars a year, in advance, or four dollars if not paid within the je Advertisements will be inserted at seventy-fiv* cents per hundred for the first insertion, and lor each continuance. Advertisements not limited when t011,,i 1,e inßerteil (ill fiirl,iii “ PROSPECTUS OF THE A WELL conducted Newspaper is of great utility in any part of the country; but the present flourishing condition of Fort Hawkins renders it doubly so at that place. The human mind has never invented another meth od by which knowledge is so generally diffused, nor one by which it costs so little as that of a well conducted peri odical publication. 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NINE months after dale application will be made to the honorable the court (f ordinary of Jefterson county, for leave to soil 584 acres of land, lying on Dry Creek, and Spring Creek, ad joining lands of Cox and Browning— being, the real estate ot John Jacob and Kmelia Davis, miner heirs of Ben jamin Davis, deceased. ELIZABETH DAVIS, Guardian. July 5, 1b22. for the Heirs. inOin A* o Vice. NINE months after date, applica tion will be made to the honorable Inferior Court of Jefferson county, when sitting for ordinary purposes, for leave to sell one tract of land con taining two hundred acres, more or less, lying in the county of Burke, adjoining lands of John Pierce and others, it being the real estate of Isaac Harris, late of said county, deceased, and to be sold for the bene fit of the heirs and creditors ot said deceased. Needham Dry an, Daniel Green, l adm’rs. John Slily, j September 4, 1822, ni9m AOVVCVV NINE months after date, applica tion will be made to the honorable the court of ordinary of Jefferson county (or leave to sell 555 acres of land, ly °h Dry Creek, adjoining lands of dliam Slarshall and others —as the property of the estate of Benjamin Davis, deceased. EEIZABKTH DAVIS, A<lm*x. Ju ‘y 15, 182-2. m'Jm ao mu. NINE months after date, applica "m will b e made to the honorable lu -1 ‘ mi - court ot Jeil'erson county, when 1 Ling for ordinary purposes, lor leave; s | ‘’ Die real ( state of Samuel L. -‘in lew, late ot said county deceased >‘‘ sold lor the benefit of the heirs dllu e 'editors (f said deceased. George R. Drown, ) , , . Jarred Tomlinson, \ Allm r 9 THE MESSENGER. NOTICE. NINE months after date, applica tion will be made to the court of ordi nary of Jefferson county, for leave to sell the real estate of Frederick Jordan late of said county deceased. James .7 Jordan, ad mV. Elizabeth Jordan, adm’x. October 4, 1822. m9m Notice. NINE months after date, applica tion will be made to the honorable In ferior court of Jefferson county, when sitting for ordinary purposes, for leave to sell ail the real property belonging to the estate of Capt. James Meri wether, late o r Jefferson county, dec’d. SU S ANN AME RIW KTIIEII, Dec. 20. —no. SO. Executrix. Notice. NINE months after date, applica tion will he made to the honorable In ferior Court of Jefferson county when sitting for ordinary purposes, for leave to Sell One tract ot \ /.mo, con taining two hundred acres, lying in Jefferson County on the waters of Ogeechy River, adjoining lands of Richard Brown and others, and, One otUcv tract ot Land, containing thirty acres, lying in said county, adjoining lands of the said Richard Brown and others, and One oilier tract of Land, containing four hundred and ninety acres, lying in the county of Irwin, known bv lot No. 45G in the 12th District of said comity. ALSO Three Negroes, to \\\h ANN, a eirl about 18 rears old, SQL IRE, a boy about 16 years oh’ and MAN, a boy about 9 years old.— it being the real estate of Joseph Bar ber, late of said county, deceased. ititGJ/.'i iijiJttsEL, Jujir JWLJ>J A* HAULER, Jdm'r. January Ath. 32 m'-jr.i. nvYl’l r"l7 i v U 1 u. NINE months after date, appplica tion will be made to the honorably court of Ordinary of Jefferson county, for leave to sell Owe vvixet e.f Land, t*o\\- taining £lB acres, lying in said county adjoining lands of Richard Fleeting and others, being a part of the real estate of John Irwin, late of said county, deceased, and to he sold for the benefit of the heirs and creditors of said dec'll. FORESTER LITTLE, Adm’r. Jan. 6. 32 m9m AoVvee. NINE months after date, application will be made to the honorable court of ordinary of J oiler spa county, for leavjQ to sell owe Vvact oHand containing; 250 acres, being known by lot No. IG3 in the 10th district of Hall county. ALSO, owe oUvcr tract containing 490 acres, lying in Irwin county and known by lot No. 434 in the 12th Hist, of said county—both being the real estate of James Rogers late ol said countv deceased. (N\. Wobcvtson, January 21th m9ni srovaGS* N r INE months after date, applica tion will be made to the honora ble Inferior Court of Jefferson county when sitting for ordinary purposes, for leave to sell t>U .\evcs, wiOAC ov \css. lying'on tin* waters ot Rocky f omfiort creek, ad joining lands of Beni. Gobed and otliers. ALSO owe ot\\cv tv tut cowVvUWwwa 216 acres, more or less, lying <m die waters of Rocky Comfort creek, ad joining lands ol James Ingram and others, it being the real estate of Ar thur Cheatham dec. and to be sold for the benefit of the heir* and creditors of said dec. dww CUeatUain, iYdwn* ? x. Jan. 10, 1823. 33 mpm i'OHT UAWKI.XS, (GGOUGU,') VIUttAY, .MAUCU ‘2l, \23. Jefferson County. J WHERE \S Rhoda Barber and John McDonald apply to me for letters of Administration de bonis non on the estate of Samuel Barber, i ec’d. THESE are therefore to cite and admonish all and singular the kindred and creditors of said dec'll, to be and appear at my office witmn the turn prescribed by law, to shew cause, (it any) why said letters should not be granted. Given under my hand this 21st da) of January, 1823. R. B. SIIELMAN c.c. o. 35 Gw Notice. Agreeably to an order of the Vfovnrable Court oj Ordinary of Jijtjersnn County, Will he Sold ON TIIE FIRST TUESDAY IN April next, at the market-house in the town of Louisvi le, one tract oV land b\u\\\n h\ Lot No, 5 in the 15th (list, (old) Wil kinson county, containing 2024 acres, It being the real estate of Stephen Minton, late of said county deceased, and to be sold for the benefit of the heirs and creditors of said deceased. Robert V)vas\NeW, Adm’r. lanuary 241 h 1823. 35—Ids NOTICE. f IF. REAS John Way &, Elijah V T Johnson, Executors oji the es tate of Robert Pyor, late of Jefferson county, dec. apply to me fir letters dismissory on said estate. These are therefore to cite and ad monish all and singular, the heirs and creditors of said deceased, to file their objections in terms ol the law, in such case; made and provided, it any they have, why said letters should not bo ’ : iited. Giv. n under my hand this oth day of January, 1823. it. B. SIIELM AN, c. c .o. Jan. 10. 32 Gin. NOTICE. I?\E months after date, applica f tion will be made to the honora ble court of Ordiunry of Jefterson county for leave to sell owe tract of \uwA containing 202/ acres being known by lot No. 209, in the 15tn dist. (Old) VV iikiason county, it being the real estate of John PatriiVe, late of Jefterson countv, decM. JAMES T. HUDSON, Adm’r. Feb. 21st 1823. in9m. xr&raoa* A. I,L persons indebted to the estate / u of Homer V. Alii ten late of Jef ferson county dec'd, are requested to make immediate payment, and those to whom the estate is indebted, are re quested to present their demands pro perly authenticated within the time prescribed by law to R. E. Gamble, Esq. who is the attorney at law of the said estate. V.W u\ \V\Uow, AdwVvN. Feb. 21. 39 6tv ShevifTs S;\\c. WILL be sold at the Market- House in the town of Louisville, on the first Tuesday in April next. Owe negro maw about 40 years old, by the name cf Charles, levied on as the property of Nathan Powell, to satisfy an execution in favor of Joseph Chairs. .k>bu \V. Cowavl, ‘•Vff. Jan. 10. 1823. 33 tds NOTICE. NINE months after dale, applica tion will he made to the honorable the court ot ordinary of Jefterson county for leave to sell 202 \-2 acres of LanA, being Lot No. 53 in the 6th dist. of Fayette county, and being the real es tate of Mary Quinney, late of said county deceased. \). Wook, i\dm'r. January 24th ni9m Shcvltfs Sale. ff ill be sold at the Market- House in the Town of Louisville on the first Tuesday in April tie.vt. (Between the usual hours of sale.) Owe tract containing; *2.<v acres more or less of pine land. .lying in Jefferson county os Boggy-Gu4, ad joining lands of John J. Cottle and others, taken as the property of Wile; ] Sutton, to satisfy executions in favor of James Bozeman and others—pro perty pointed out bv the defendant, levied on and returned to me by a constable. ,lo\m \V. Cowart, SU’ff. March Ist. 40 Georgia, Laurens County Superior Court, September Term, 1822. Elizabeth Patton, ) vs. y DIVORCE. John W. Patton. J It appearing to the Court that the defendant in the above stated case, cannot be found to be served with pro cess, it is therefore ordered, that said defendant do appear on the first day of the next term of fill's court, and plead to the said action, or ill default thereof, lie will be made a party to said suit, and the same proceed, and it is further ordered that a copy of t his rule be published in one of the public ga zettes of this state once a month till the next sitting of this court. I certify the above to be a true copy from the minutes, 12(1 Septem ber, 1822. NKiLL MUNROE, c. s. c. i..c. GEORGIA —j f. f r r.r sox couxty. Whereas Needham Purvis and Jacob Young sen’r. apnlv to me for letters of administration on the es tate of James Young late of said county deceased: l bese at e therefore to cite nil | and singular the heirs and creditors ol said dec’ll, to file their objections la terms of the law in such case made and provided, (if anv they have,) win said letters should not be granted. Given under tny hand, this sth day of February, 1822. R. B. SHE EM AN, c. c. o. 37 30d SbevuTs Sale. Will be sold at the Alar bet House, in the town of Louisville, on the First Tuesday in April next Owe tract containing 1,50 acres more or less of pine land, adjoi ning kinds of Robert Stephens and others; taken as the property of Josh ua Scarbrough to satisfy an execution in favor of John S. Sandefur—Levied on and returned to me by a Constable. ALSO, Owe tract containing ‘415 acres of Land, adjoining lands of Win. Hurd and others ; taken as the pro perty of William Tomlinson to satisfy sundry fi fas in favor of Jefterson Mil ler and otliers. ALSO, Owe tract containing 400 acres of Land, adjoining lands of AVil liam Hurd and others ; taken as the property of William Tomlinson to sa tisfy sundry ii fas in favor of Bostwick & Beal and otliers—levied on and re turned to me bv a Constable. ALSO. Owe tract containing 45 acres of land, adjoining lands of E. Causey and others ; taken as the pro perty of Etluidred Fountain to satisfy a li fa in favor of Mary Mcßride. Pro perty pointed out by said Fjuntain, ievieAl on and returned to me by a constable. * ALSO, Owe neff.ro bo\ b\ Abe wruwo of Jim, about 22 years old, taken as the property of John Lane, to satisfy executions in saver of Sarah Bailey; levied on and retnrned to me by a constable. N ALSO, Owe tract containing 240 acres of pine laud, adjoining lands ol M. Shelmtfß, taken as the property of George Eubank to satisfy a ft fa in fa vor of Arthur Cheatham, levied on ami returned to me by a constable. John \Y. ( oviavt, SWtT. March Ist. 40 tds GEORGlA—Jkfff.rson County. Whereas John Jordan applies to me for letters of administration on the estate of Susannah Jordan, late pf s>uid county, dec’d. These are therefore to cite nncl admonish all and singular, the kin died and creditors of said decea sed, to he and appear at my ofHco within the time prescribed by law to shew cause (if any they have,) why said letters should not be granted. Given under my hand this sth day of February 1823. R. B. SHELMAN-, c. c. o. 3r—sod Notice. ALL Persons indebted to the estate <if John Patridge, late of Jefferson county dec’ll, are requested to make immediate payment,and those having demands against said estate, are re quested to render them in agreeable to law. James T. Wudson admV. 37 Gw Extraordinary Character. —There is at present living at a place called Glcnaire, six miles from lnversrv, a person of the name ot John Mon ro, at the advanced age of 95, who makes a point of walking daily, for the sake oi vecuation, the six miles betwixt his residence and Inverarv, or to the top ot Tuhich Hill, which, is very steep, and distant about two miles. Should the rail’ pour in tor rents, so much the better, and with the greatest pleasure does he per ambulate the summit of the hill for hours in the midst >f the storm. Whether it be natural to this man, or whether it he the effect of habit, cannot be said ; but it is well known., he cannot endure ‘o remain am’ length of time with his body in <i dry state.—During summer, and. when the weather is tlrv, he regu larly pays a ilailv visit to the ruerr Area, and plunges himself headlong in with his clothes on, and should they get perfectly dry earlv in ta dav, so irksome and disagreeable does his situation become, that, tike a fish out of water, he finds it ne cessary to repeat the luxury, tie delights in rainy weather, and who ;i the “ skv lowers, and the clouds threaten,” and other men seek the “ bicld or ingle side,” then is the time that this “ man of habits,” chooses for enjoying bis natural element in the highest perfection. He never bends his way homewards til! he is completely drenched ; and on these occasions, that a drop mav not be lost, his bonnet is carried m his hand, and his head left bare to the paltering of the wind and rain. He at present enjoys excellent health; and, notwithstanding hui habits, he has been wonderfully fortunate in escaping colds, a com plaint very common in this moist climate; but when lie is (attacked, whether in wet or drv’ weather, whether in spring or winter, his inode ot cure is not more singular than specific. Instead of confining Himself and indulging in the ardent sweating potions so highly extolled amongst the gossips of his country, he repairs to his favorite element, the pure stream of the Area, and. takes one of his usual headlong dips with his clothes on. He then walks about for a few miles till they be come dry, when the plan pursued never fails to check the progress of the disorder. In other respects the writer has never heard anv thin# singular regarding his manners ot habits. Stirling Journal, United Slates’ JWint— -The mint of the F. Slates was established at Philadel phia by an atl of coiigaess of April 2ft, 1792, and lias ever since been contin ued in that city. ‘1 he officers are, a di rector, treasurer, chief coiner, assayer, melter and refiner, engraver, and trea surer’s clerk. The annual salaries of all these officers amount to S9,t*6o. From its establishment to the year 1822, 72,263/572 pieces have been coined, amounting in v;fine to $ 19,832,746. vrz in gold pieces g>r,62ti,B6r; in silver pieces 811 ,(iL)6,193; in copper pieces £425,686 No. \.