COLUMBUS SENTINEL AND HERALD.
PUBtISHXD r.VEBY THURSDAY SfORIfINO BY
B. V. IVERSON AND J. B. WEBB.
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Si. All rule and figure work double the above prices.
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rates, and with strict attention to the requisitions of
Ai.l Sales regulated by law, must he made before
the Court House door, between the hours of 10 in the
morning and 4 in the evening—those of Land in
the county where it is situate ; those of Personal
Property, whore the letters testamentary, of admin
istration or of guardianship were obtained—and are
required to bo previously advertised in some public
Gazette, as follows:
Sheriffs’ Salks under regular executions for thir
ty days, under mortgage fi fas sixty days, before
the day of sale.
Sales of Land and Negroes, by Executors, Ad
ministrators or Guardians, for sixty days before
the day o’’ sale.
Males of Persona! Property (except Negroes) forty
Citations by Clerks of the Courts of Ordinary, upon
i pplic ation for letters of administration, must
he published for thirty days.
Citations upon application for dismission, by
Executors, Administrators or Guardians, monthly
for six MONTHS.
Orders of Courts of Ordinary, (accompanied with a
copy of the bond or agreement) to make titles
to land, must be published three months.
Notices by Executors, Administrator* or Guardians,
of application to the Court of Ordinary for leave
to sell the Land or Negron* of an Estate, F'our
Notices by Executors or Administrators, to the Debt
ors and Credi.ors .il ap Estate, for six weeks.
Sheriffs, Clerks of Court, Sic., will be allowed
the usual deduction.
Letters on business, must be post paid,
to entitle them to attention.
O YES! O YES 1 O YES 1
1 NORTON'S AUCTION NOTICE,
HAVE now taken a large and spacious Store,
formerly occupied by Moore & Tarver, two doors
south of the Columbus Hank, where 1 will bestow the
•strictest attention to all business entrusted to me, and
would say to those disposed to visit this market with
consignments of Merchandise, that goods hy the pack
age will sell here generally at Auction, at as good, if
n >t better prices, than at private sale, and that tny
most prompt and efficient exertions shall always be
use and to promote the interest ait.l benefit of my patrons,
and to give en’ire satisfaction to all parties concerned,
pti.l as I have made new arrangements in business I
shall therefore make new efforts t > merit the. patronage
f the public. E. .SIGOURNEY NOTON.
N. Id.—At the above stand I offer an extensive as
s’ irtiuent of B . iks and Fancy Goods. also a stock of
the leading articles of Groceries, .-itch as Coffee, ou
t! ir. Pepper, Spice, AVines, Bagging, RoDe, &c. on
the best of terms. E. S. N.
Oct. 26 42
NOUK.SE VXD BROOKS,
II VVE ESTABLISHED THEMSELVES AT A PA I. ACIHCO
t v, for rntransaction of a
f M’IHE\ hog leave to acquaint tln-ir friends and the
J3. public generally that they will continue the husi
ii ‘ssof the late fir.n of Nuuiisi:, Taylor & Brooks,
at their old stall 1. and thankful for the liberal patronage
extended to that firm would respectfully solicit a con
tinuance of the same, assuring their friends that the
business of the new firm will be conducted with the
same promptitude an I security which characterized
their former connexion. HIRAM NOURSK.
IIIRAM \V. BROOKS.
Apalachicola, July I. 43 ts
Com minion BSusiuess.
fMN'IE undersigned will continue the Ware House
it anJ Commission Business at las old stand in
Wont street. Gra'eful for |m>t favors, he trusts, by a
r-triet regard to business contiJcd to him, to merit and
.->• :e.ive a shire of public pa'ronage. He has iu store
foi sale, on account idating terms,
tJ3I C >ils b st Ken.uck-y Rope,
■t.V> Pieces B iggmg, different kinds,
, Coffee in S i-ks,
Chewing Tobacco, &c. &c.
\V.Vi. P. YONGE.
Aug. 31. 35 ts
.T VHKS H.I.RINO .DS,
WATCH (YIAiSSIZ AN3 JSWI2LLSR,
Jrf door north of Killin'* Covfrctionary, Br'dst.
fc/' x - his town and country friends
that he has just returned from
ff New York with a very rich
fj is \ addition to his stock of Goods,
V ; ‘.e> atui ladies and gentlemen wish*
f 1 - *,XjEri ing Watches or Jewelry of
ytflyVNLsuperior quality, have now an
opportunity of supplying them
selves with articles that cannot be surpassed.
Rich line gold Jewelry,
Silver Ware, plated and Fancy Goods.
The following articles comprise a portion of his stock,
and he will sell on as good terms as any other establish
ment in Georgia.
Gold and silver Levers,
Auchor escapement Duplex,
Horizontal and vertical Watches, of the finest
finish—ail of w hich ho warrants lirst rate time
JKctts of Ladies’ Earrings and Broaches,
Diamond, Ruby, Emerald. Opal, enamelled and
every description of Breast Pins and Finger
Gold guard and fob Chains,
Seals, Keys, Lockets and Trinkets, of all kinds,
iu great variety, and most superb manutacture,
Gold and silver Spectacles,
Stiver Spoons, Butter Knives,
Bo.vie Knives. Dirk and Pen Knives,
Scissors, Thimbles, Ladies’ splendid Card Cases, !
Head Bands, Combs, Belt Cheques,
Revolving silver mouateu -'asters,
Cloth, Hair,Crumb and Hearth Brushes,
English rtlle belt Pistols,
Four sided Razor Strops,
Silk Purses, Perfumery,
And every other article usually iouud at Jewelry
.1. H. R. as heretofore, will repair and regulate
CLOCKS and WATCHES of every description, and
warrant all (that were made for time) to pertorm well.
Gold and silver work, and jewelry, made and repaired.
Engraving neatly executed. Cash, or goods, paid for
* rd gold and silver.
Columbus, April 13. 15 “
The spring races of the mil-
LED3EVILLE JOCKEY CLUB will com
mence on tile second Tuesday, 10th dav.ot April next.
Colts sweep stakes, SSO entrance, 3 or more to
make a race. A tine silver Goblet put up by the Pro
prietors, worth 560.
2 mile heals, free for all—Purse s3GO
3 mile heats, free for all—Purse *>soo
■1 mile heats, free stir ail—Purse SBOO
Colts stake, 2 mile hca’s. $250 entrance for the
vouim Plate, worth SIOO3 —3 already entered—open
until the 25th March.
Toe money hung un each .lav.
H. F. YOUNG is CO.. !'room-tors.
Jan. 12. s*l lit
COLUMBUS WHOLESALE AND RETAEL
At the sign of the Golden Saddle, a few doors be
low D. Hnngerford & Co’s, and nearly
opposite Ujquhart & Ware,
yv. W. WADE & CO.
Have now on hand a complete as
of articles appertaining to
m their line of basiness :
li I'™ —among which are—
(lS Ili IfflSpanish, Quilted, Overlaid and Shaf-
Ni ‘utllf W ted Saddles,
A Planters’ do.
Large and Extra Large do
Ladies’ Saddles, of every quality and size.
BRIDLES OF ALL KINDS.
Some good for fifty cents; Saddle Bags. Carpet Bags;
Valices; Stirrup Leathers; Sircingles and Girths.
HARNESS—Coach. Gig. and Dearborn, from the
cheapest to the best. TRUNKS, of every descrip
The above articles are of their own manufacture,
made wider their own immediate inspection, of the
best materials, and by superior workmen. Also, on
ENGLISH BRIDI ES AND MARTINGALES.
Coach, Gig, Tandem, Sportsmen, and Waggon
Whips; Stirrups, Bits, Spurs, Buckles, Haines, Col
lars, Cut Tacks, Trunk Locks, Horse Brushes and
Curry Combs, Trace and Halter Chains.
ALSO—A good assortment of Coach and Gig Har
ness Trimmings; Plated, Brass and Japan’d do.
ALSO—A good assortment of Skirting, Harness,
and Bridle Leather; black, blue, red, yellow, green,
aud cochineal Morocco Skins; Buffalo Robes and Bear
N. B. Traders who may buy to sell again, will be
furnished on as good terms as can be bought either in
New York or Newark. Country merchants are re
spectfully invit-d to call and exaniine our goods and
prices, and satisfy themselves.
REPAIRING done or the most reasonable
April 29, 1837 31 ts
GEO. W . WAY’S
CIORNER of Oglethorpe and St. Clair street, im
/ mediately in the rear of the City Hotel. The
subscriber respectfully informs the public that he is
now receiving a general assortment of Carriages of all
descriptions, to wit;
Coaches, Coachees, Cliariottees, Cabriolets, dickey
seat Barouches, one and two horse extension-top Ba
rouches, three seats extension-top do., Buggies, four
wheels, for one and two horses, two wheel do., Sulkies
of every des-cription.
The above Carriages are superior to any ever re
ceived in this market, and cannot be surpassed for ma
terials, style and durability. Any article purchased
from this establishment can be depended on.
Call and see. aud I will sell you bargains.
Carriages of every description furnished to order, by
addressing the undersigned.
GEO. W. WAY.
I have a general stock of Coach Materials, which I
will sell low. Repairing done in the very best man
ner, and bv Northern Workmen. G. W. W.
Feb. 1. 52y
C. W. BUCKLEY & CO.
HAVE removed to CALHOUN’S NEW
Granite Building on Oglethorpe street, in front of
the Calhoun Hotel, where they respectfully invite their
old friends and customers, and the public in general, to
call on them.
They have on hand, a general assortment of
Low for Cash, or approved paper.
Among their stock are the following articles, via:—
Java, Rio and Mocha Coffee
St. Oroi.x, Poi to Rico, and New Orleans Sugars
I.oaf and Lump do. ,
New Orleans Molasses
Champagne, Cognac, and American Brandy
Holland and Country Gin
Jamaica and Northern Rum
Western and Northern Whiskey
Madeira, Sicily, Madoc, and Malaga A\ inea
Mint and Rose Cordials
Sperm and Tallow Candles
Window Glass, Putty, White Lead
Linseed, Lamp, and Train Oil
Nails, Swedes Iron
Cast, German, B.ister, and Sheet Steel
Dec. 29. 46
JOHN E. BACON & Cos.
AGENTS SOU THE SALE OF THE
HAVE just received a fresh supply ol this valuable
remedy for the cure of Rheumatism, Scrofula or
King’s Evil, Gout, Scia tea or Hip Gout, Incipient
Cancers, Salt. Rheum, Siphililic and Mercurial dis
eases, particularly Ulcers and puinlul affections of the
bones. Ulcerated Throat and Nostrils, Ulcers of
every description, Fever Sores, and Internal Abscess
es, Fistulas, Piles, Scald Head, Scurvy, Biles, Chro
nic Sore Eyes, Erysipelis Blotches, and every variety
of Cutaneous Affection, Chronic Catarrh, Headaci.c,
■ proceeding from vitiation ', Affections ot the Liver;
Chronic inflammation of the Kidneys and General De
bility, caused by a torpid action of the vessels of the
skin.’ It is singularly efficacious in renovating those
constitutions which have been broken down by injudi
cious treatment, or juvenile irregularities. In general
terms, it is recommended in all those diseases which
arise from impurities of the blood, or vitiation of the
humors, of whatever name or kind.
Some of the above complaints may require some
assistant applications, which the c rcumstarices <ff the
case will dictate ; hut for a general remedy or Puriji
cntirr to remove the cause, The Indian's Panacea will
generally be found sufficient.
The following certificates, out of hundreds similar
which might he procured, are given to show the effect
of the Indian’s Panacea, in the various complaints
therein mentioned ; and also to exhibit in the most sa
tisfactory manner its superiority over the syrups in
Charleston, Nov. 15, 1831.
During the last w inter and spring. I was afflicted
with a very severe and distressing Rheumatism, occa
sioned by exposure in bad wea'her. I now take great
pleasure in staling, that fix bottles of Indian Pana
cea, restored me to perfect health, and I confidently
recommend it to all similarly afflicted.
JOHN FERGUSON, King st.
Charleston, Juiy 12. 1831.
I was afflicted four years with an ulcer in the leg,
occasionally accompanied with crysipela'ious inflania
tion and an excessive pain in the leg and ancle j nut.
Several eminent Physicians exerted their skill upon it,
but without permanent benefit. In this case, five bot
tles of the Indian Panacea made a perfect cure.
MARGARET A. WEST, Market st. 121.
July sth, 1837. 51 ts
W r OULD tuform his friends and the public gene
rally that he has just returned from New \ ork
with a choice and fashionable selection of
WATCHES, JEWELRY AND FANCY
His Store is opposite the Bank of Columbus, and three
ioors below the City Hall.
Gold Independent seconds, and two setts of hands
extra jewelled, and finished in the best manner, (anew
article.) Golcl and silver patent Levers, full jewelled
and plain of Tobias. Becsly's and others best Manu
facturers. Gold Duplex, Anchor Escapement. Ladies
plain gold Watches and plain silver Watches.
Plain gold with tassels, long fiilagree with tassels,
enamelled w ith and without swings, coral, gold stone
with fiilagree, cornelian, acquamaritie, agate, onyx, jas
per, jet, and every other kind manufactured.
Diamond, acqua-marine, enamelled, emerald, ruby,
garnet, gold stone, blood stone, topaz, amethist, agate,
; tortois, pearl, and jtt chased, motts and plain.
Diamond, diamond and pearl, pearl and saphir, pearl
i and emerald, ruby, acqua-marine, emerald, cameo,
i miniature, coral, agate, cornelian, topaz, jet and plain
■ S o,d -
I Ladies ncc.k chains gold and silver, goldpvatch hooks,
; gold and silver buckles, gold and silver thimbles, silver
combs, gentlemen’s gold and silver guards, gold and
silver fob chains, seals and keys of every description,
gold and silver pencil cases, gold and silver tooth picks,
gold and silver spectacles, quizzing glasses, gold snaps,
enamelled, fiilagree and plain shirt buttons. ~
Beautiful gilt head bands and combs, also artificial
flowers tor head dresses and bonnets. Splendid Ost
rich plumes ot assorted colours. Music boxes playing
trom two to eight tunes. Coral necklaces and armlets,
also an assortment of coral beads. Miniature frames
and cases; Castors; silver and plated Spoons; silver
butter Knives; silver sugar Tongs; pen and dirk
Knives; belt, pocket, duelling and riffle Pistols; per
cussion Caps, Accordions. Ladies and Gentlemen’s
dressing cases; bead, silk and other Purses ; a full as
-1 sortinentol pertumery, and everv other article coining
j under the head ol Jewelry and fancy Goods.
N. B. All kinds of Jewelry and Silver Ware neatly
! Nov. 10. 55 ,f
FLORIDA SEGAHS.—3O 000 Florida Cieears
tor sale. The bills of the Union Bank of Florida
taken for the same at par. by-
May 19. Btf SAML.M. JACKSON. Auct.
FOR SALE—A Dwelling House, well improved
and suitable for a small family. The above pro
perty will be sold on accommodating terms, or ex
changed for negroo--.
I Enquire a’ this office Pee, 21. 16 5m
COLUMBUS, GEORGIA, THURSDAY MORNING, MARCH 29, 183a
KTEES & FRXCKXTT,
Oglethorpe Strut, North of Calhoun's Hotel,
HAVE just received anew assortment of good
CARRIAGES selected from some of the best
manufactories at the North. They having taken par
ticular pains to have them made to suit tnis country,
and to insure satisfaction to purchasers, they will war
rant them for one year with fair usage. AH kind of
Carriages made to order. Carriage and Harness’ re
pairing done in very neat style by good Northern work
men. Also, a good assortment of Carriage materials,
all of which they will sell low for cash or approved
Feb. 16. 7 ts
M’IN TOSH ROW,
LOCATED IN TIIE MOST BUSINESS
PART OF COLUMBUS.
I WILL have to rent in a few weeks several Stores
on the ground floor, and ten or twenty Rooms on
the second story,for Grocery, Dry Goods, or Druggists.
The above stand will surpass any in the City. “ The
Rooms on the second story will be rented to Lawyers
or Doctors for Jffices, or to Single for
The first applicants for the above Rooms will have
the preference. As many will be in want of Stores in
the above Row, a speedy call may insure success.
For terms, or a view of the plan of the above Row,
please call at mv Office.
’ E. SIGOURNEY NORTON.
June 15. 24
THE COLUMBUS HOTEL
_ THE Subscriber informs the pub
-11 lie that he has reopened the Colum
fegyalfaij bus Hotel; and as promises are often
made to break, he will not here make
them. He only desires a fair trial.
Sept. 5. 1837. D. SULLIVAN.
P. S. The House has undergone a thorough repair,
and every arrangement made to render every one com
BALES Cotton, for which the high
♦J” estcash price will be oaid bv
HARPER, THORNTON & LIVINGSTON,
BAGGING AND BALE ROPE.
300 ps. best Dundee Bagging
50 do Franklin works, Massachusetts
100 Coils Kentucky Rope
50 do. Hungarian
50 do. Russia Hemp
HARPER, THORNTON & LIVINGSTON.
Aug. 25. 20—ts
THE subscribers are now receiving, at St. Joseph,
a large and general assortment of GROCE
RIES, which they offer at redu ed prices for cash,
cotton, or approved paper, among which are Flour,
Whiskey, Rum, Gin, Mackerel, Sugar, Coffee, Wines
of every description ; iron Castings, Nails, Cheese,
Butter, B tekwheat, Raisins, Almonds, Soap, Candles,
Oils, Tobacco, Segars, Cider, Bagging, and Rope,
Pork, Beef, &c. &c. &c.
They have also a largo assortment of Shoes and
Boots, Domestics, Cassinetts, Calicoes, Carpeting
Bonnets, &c. &c. together with many other articles in
the Dry Goods line, on consignment, which they will
sell very low. Also an invoice of Hardware.
STREET & THOMPSON.
St. Joseph. Dec. 26, 1837. 49 2in
COLUMBUS COTTON FACTORY.
THE owners of the Columbus Factory respect
fully inform the public that it is now in operation.
They have on hand a general assortment of YARNS,
which may be had at all times at the most reduced
Their Wool Carding Machine is also in operation,
and any thing in that line will be done at the shortest
.IP’ A number of boys and girls wanted to work
at the Factory, for which the most liberal prices vrill bo
given bv the week or month. Apply to
STEWART & FONTAINE, or
S. If. HODGES & CO.
Columbus. Feb. 8 6 ts
VONGE & SLLXS
CONTINUE to receive and oftet for sale ail kinds
ofStaple and fancy Dry Goods. Boots, Shoes,
Hats, Saddlery, Hardware. &c. together with a good
supply of Groceries,all of which will be sold on the most
favorable terms .
Feb. Ist. 1838. 52 ts
7*^l3 LS. pickeled SHEEP HEAD.
20 boxes fine Scotch Herring,
4 bbls. Cranberries,
20 000 best Spanish Cigars,
Just received and for sale bv
Feb. 1,1838. 52tf YONGE & ELLIS.
BALES OF COTTON wanted by the
Vs I * A/ subscriber, for which the highest market
price will be given.
The undersigned is also prepared to make liberal
advances on Cotton shipped to his friends in New
York or Liverpool. B. HEPBURN.
Nov. 23. 44tf
TAYLOR, HOLMES & CO., wholesale Gro
cers and general commission and forwarding
Merchants, Apalachicola. Florida.
H. R. TAYLOR,
C. G. HOLMES.
W. H. HARPER.
Feb. 1. _s2tf DOZIER THORNTON.
CIAMPBELL, McDOUGAI.D & WATSON,
y Attornevs and Counsellors at Law, having as
sociated themselves togethet in the practice of Law,
will attend to all business entrusted to their care in the
Chattahoochee and Coweta circuits, in the State of
Georgia, and in the adjoining counties in the Slate of
Alabama. All letters addressed to them must have
the postage paid in order to receive attention.
JAMES H. CAMPBELL,
THOMAS W. WATSON.
Marchl. 4 9t
Columbus Enquirer, Augusta Constitution
alist, Charleston Courier, Mobile Advertiser, Mont
gomery Advertiser, and Apalachicola Gazette will
publish the above for two months and forward their bill
to the subscribers.
THE late firm of Campbell, McDougald & Har
ris having been dissolved by mutual consent, the
undersigned will continue to practice in all the counties
of the Chattahoochee Circui-, the counties of Barbour,
Russell and Chambers,in Alabama, under the firm of
Campbell & McDougald. Their office is at their old
stand on Broad street,
JAMES H. CAMPBELL.
Mav 4,1837. 18 ts
DOCTOR E. T. TAYLOR, of Clinton, has re
moved to Columbus, and expects to devote his
attention to the practice of Medicine. Calls cither in
the City or Country will receive prompt attention.
His office is on Broad street, nearly opposite the In
surance Bank, and his residence next above Dr. Wil
son’s. Feb. 12. 2tf
THE subscriber would respectfully inform his
friends and the public generally, tiiat he has ta
ken the House in Greenville, Geo. formerly occupied
by Gen. Ector, and more recently by James C. McGib
bany, where he intends entertaining his customers in
the best manner possible.
JOHN C. MANGHAM.
Geenvrille. Ga. Jan. 1838. 51 3 tn
THE subscriber returns his sincere thanks to his
patrons, and the public generally, for their kind
indulgence, and informs them that he is now readv to
attend to his pupils, and such as may feel disposed to
honor him with their patronage.
HENRY C. WALSH.
August 3. 31 ts
THIS distinguished Race Horse will make a fall
season at my stable at Fort Mitchell, Alabama,
ten mi'-s below Columbus. Exerv provision is made
and every attention will be paid to the keeping of mares,
but without liability for accidents. Terms will be
made known by applying to the subscriber, at Fort
Mitchell. ’ ‘ JOHN CROWELL.
Sept. 20th. 1837. 38 ts
TO MERCHANTS, LAWYERS, &c
THE subscriber has opened an office on Broad
street, above the store of A. Levison. Esc.
where he may be constantly found, and offers to under
take every description of writing, either in bringing up
and keeping books, and adjusting accounts for mer
chants, or in dial)Big and engrossing all kinds ol legal
instruments. THOMAS WHITE.
Dec. 6 41 ts
AT the Court House in Talbot county, will he sold’
on the first Tuesday in April next, at public sale,
within the legal hours, lot of land No. 131, in the 16th
district of originially Muscogee, now Talbot county, it
being the lot whereon Thomas Maliins now lives.—
Terms of sale made known on the day.
EDWARD W. WRIGHT.
Jan. 30. Its GEORGE W. TOWNS.
LAW COPARTNERSHIP. ~
ILTON WILLIAMS AND EDMUND H.
ijJL WORRILL, have united in the practice of
LAW. They will attend faithfully to all business en
trusted to their car* - in the Chattahoochee Circuit. —
Office in Ta’botton. F v b. 2J. I 8t
NOT THE GLORY OF GASSAR, —BUT THE WELFARE OF ROME.”
CABINET AND UPHOLSTERY WARE
CONZBLTVXAN & ANDERSON
MOST respectfully inform the citizens of Colum
bus, and its vicinity that they have removed
from their former stand, to the store lately occupied by
McArn, in Broad-street, nearly opposite the Insurance
They have now on hand an elegant assortment of
FURNITURE of their own manufacture.
Paper Hangings of the latest patterns with suitable
Bordering, Ornaments, and other materials for Cur
Adverse to puffing, they xvonld only solicit a call
which would enable Ladies and Gentlemen to judge for
themselves by examining the articles.
All orders will be executed with promptitude. Cur
tains put up in the most fashionable style. Rooms
neatly papered. In short, any thing in their line will
be punctually attended to.
Aug. 25. 36 ts
THE Copartnership heretofore exising under the
name of J. T. S. COLLINS & CO. is this day
dissolved by mutual consent.
J. T.S. COLLIN 8,
Mr. E.C. ROBERTS is authorised to settle all
demands against the late firm, and requests all indebted
to call and make immediate settlement. E. C. R.
Columbus, July 15, 1837.
B. C. ROBERTS’
TIN, COPPER, AND SHE T-lOS
HAVING purchased the entire inters- of J. T.
S. Collins, 1 will continue, at the old stand, to
carry on the above business in all its branches. Tin
Ware made and sold art wholesale and retail. Copper
work of every description made to order, and warranted
of the best xx-orkmanship. Stovepipe, steamboat chim
nies, and sheet-iron work of every description, made at
the shortest notice, at the corner of Front and Craxv
July 15,1837 3°
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP.
THE Co-partnership heretofore existing between
the subscribers, under the firm of STACK
HOUSE, THOMSON & Cos., xvas dissolved by
mutual consent, on the 9th instant. The business of
the Compan xvill be settled at their old stand, by their
successors, Thomsom, Tomlinson & Cos., xvho are duly
authorised to settle all the business of the late firm.
Pittsburgh, Feb. 15th, 1838.
Having disposed of my entire interest in the Steam
Engine Manufactory and Foundry, formerly carried on
bv Stackhouse, Thomson & Cos., to Mr. Joseph Tom
linson, who has associated himself with my late part
ners, under the firm of Tompson, Tomlinson & Cos.,
they xvill continue the business at the old establish
ment ; and having the utmost confidence in the skill
and integrity of my successors, I take pleasure in re
commending them to the confidence and patronage of
the friends and customers of the late firm.
STEAM ENGINE MANUFACTORY,
AND IRON AND BRASS FOUNDRIES.
The subscribers respectfully inform the public, that
they hax-e associated themselx-es together, under the
firm of THOMSON^ TOMLINSON & Cos., for the
purpose of manufacturing Steam Engines and Iron and
Brass Castings, at. the establishment formerly occupied
by Stackhouse, Thomson & Cos., at the corner of
Short and Front streets, Pittsburgh, xvhere they will
carry on the business in all its branches, and are now
prepared to exee.ute orders for Steam Engines, Iron
and Brass Castings, at the shortest notice, and on the
most reasonable terms; and trust that their knowledge
of the business, the quality of their work, and attention
to the interests of those xvho employ them, xvill entitle
them to a share of the patronage of the public.
Pittsburgh. Feb. 15. 6 It
FLORIDA AND IRWTNTON MAIL
THE undersigned, having obtained the contract
for transporting the mail from Columbus, Ga. to
Fort Gaines, Ga. by the xvav of Fort Mitchell, Flo
i Ace, Irwinton and Franklin, have commenced the
conveyance of the same in two horse Stages, and xvill
leave Columbus every Tuesday and Friday,at 5 o’clock
in tho morning, arrive at Irxvinton at 6 o’clock in the
evening on the same days ; leave Irwinton every Wed
nesday and Saturday morning, and reach Fort Gaines
at 12 o’clock at noon on the same days. Returning,
leave Fort Gaines every Sunday and Wednesday at
5 o’clock in the morning, sleep at Florence, and arrive
at Columbus every Monday and Thursday,at 2 o’clock
in the afternoon.
The proprietors have made such arrangements as
xvill ensure the comfort of those xvho may take their
line. Their horses and stages are good, their drivers
attentive and sober, and the houses at, which they stop
the best on the road. E. E. BISSELL & Cos.
Jan. 1.1838. 491f
THE subscriber offers his services to those xvho
may xvish to patronise him as a city Collector.
He xvill devote his time and attention to settling up any
accounts which may he placed in his hands. Office on
Broad street, No. 4, Mclntosh row.
Jan. 15. 50 lit MICHAEL N, CLARKE.
WHEREAS the firm of FOSTER & FOGLE
xvas Dissolved on the 14th day of last ?.larch.
it becomes necessary that all the debts due said firm
should be settled without further delay. Notice is
hereby given to all xvhom it may concern, that the-
Notes and Accounts of said firm are in the hands of the
subscriber, who alone is authorised to settle the same.
It is hoped that all indebe to the concern xvill settle
their Notes or Accounts befo e thelst of January next,
as longer indulgence cannot be given.
Nov. 22. 44tf JACOB FOGLE.
JOHN B. GUEDRON,of Augusta, having dis
posed of his interest in the Livery Stables in Co
lumbus, heretofore under the direction of Mr. Thomas
Fleming, is desirous that the business of the establisn
ment should be brought to a close. All persons indebt
ed are informed that his books and accounts are at the
office of Mr. Van Ness, where the claims against him
will be settle.!, and where itis expected tnat all persons
indebted xvill call and liquidate their biils bv note or
payment. A. C. CALDWELL.
Att’v. in fact for
JOHN B. GUEDRON
Columbus, Geo. April 13. 1837. 15 ts
A TEACHER WANTED.
A YOUNG MAN of steady and moral habits, pre
pared to teach the English and Latin Lan
guages, in a high, healthy neighborhood, will meet with
•renerous encou r agement if he xvill call and see the sub
scribers living near the Uchee Creek, in Russell
! countv, Alabama, eight milcsfrom Columbus,by or be
fore the first dav of January. 1838
NOI.ON R. LEWIS.
No v. 16. 44tf Trustees.
DR. EDWARD DELONY. having permanently
settled himself in the city of Columbus, respect
fully tenders his professional services to the citizens
thereof, and of the surrounding country. He designs
devoting his time exclusively to his professional duties ;
those, therefore, xvho call for him, may expect the
most prompt and regular attentions.
His office is in the south xvitig of the Columbus Ho
tel, next door above Dr. Wilson’s. Broad street, and
his residence is the next adjoining, south of the l* o
Columbus. Ga.. Jan. 4. 1838. I-*-. 3m
A COMFORTABLE HOUSE and LOT, with
other out houses, kitchens, stables, &c. in tile
town of Girard. Ala. on Broad and Bridge street, an
excellent stand for one who wishes to entertain people
or their money, will be sold on aecominodating ternis.
Apply to HENR\ MOORE.
Girard, August 23. 1637. 34 ts
THE co-partnership heretofore existing under the i
firm of OWENS & ALLEN, in the city of j
Columbus, is this dav dissolved, by mutual consent.— j
Those indebted, either by note or account, are re-j
quested to make immediate payment to V\ m. Owens.;
otherwise their accounts xvill be placed in the hands of j
an officer for collection.
WILLIAM OWENS, i
Feb. 1.1838. 6St JOHN ALLEN.
fB. STARR, Comtni siou Merchant. St. Jo. j
_ • s-mili, Florida, March 8. s's
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, ETC.
JUST RECEIVED, and im>w opening, a full
aud complete stock of Goods, well assorted
for the country trade, selected by a competent
judge, and bought on terms to enable the sub
scribers to afford great bargains to their friends
and customers. The stock comprizes:
Broadcloths, blue black, and fancy colors
Cassimeres and Sattinetts
Ready made Clothing
Negro Clothes and Blankets
Domestics, brown, bleached and plaid
Sheeting. Irish and Russia
Linen, Irish, Diaper and table
Flannels, red, white and yelloxv
Muslins, Cambric. Swiss and Jaconet
Calicoes, Ginghams, Dimities
Painted and figured Muslins
Gloves, Ladies’ and Gents
Hosiery of ex erv description
Silks, black and fancy colors
Black Lustring, Gros de Naples, &c.
Edgings and Inserting*, blonde and muslin
Fancy Ball Dresses
Superb Laces of all kinds
Boots, Shoes, and Hats, for men, women and
Silk and Cotton Umbrellas and Parasols
Artificial wreaths of flowers
Jewelry of every description.
Sugar—New Orleans, Havana &. Muscovado
“ Loaf and Lump
Coffee—Havana, St. Domingo, Rio, &c.
Teas—Gunpowder, Imperial,and Young Hy
Wines—Madeira, Champagne and Claret
Liquors—Cog. Brandy’, Holland Gin, Old Irish
Scotch, and Monongaheln Whiskey
Jamaica,Antigua, St.Croix.N O and NE Rum,
Peach Brandy and old Applejack
Cordials, in barrels and boxes
Porter, Pale Ale and Cider
Sarsaparilla, Lemon, and Strawberry Syrup
Spanish, American, and Florida Cigars
Pepper, Allspice, Nutmegs
Soap, Starch, Candles
Sperm and Linseed Oil
Flour, Butter, Lard
Cheese, Poik, Beef Tongues
Codfish, Salmon, Mackerel
Herring and Hallibuts Fins
Bale Rope and Bagging
Harness and Saddlery
Buckets, Tubs, Baskets
Hav and Shorts, Brooms, &c.
Together with a fine assortment of Hardware
and Cutlery, as
Mill and Cress Cut Saws
Trace Chains, Hoes, Axes
Shot Guns, Rifles, Pistols
Bowie Knives, Arkansas Tooth Picks, &c.
Per brigs Hartley, Cumberland, Sadi, &c. —
The assortment will be kept full by the regular
line of Packets. The above goods will he sold
low’. Terms Cash. E. J. WOOD & CO.
St. Joseph, Flor.
Nov. 1. 1837 24 ts
IS now receiving his fall supply of Groceries,
from brig Rhine, from New York, and brig
Alto, Brown, Baltimore.
130 barrels superfine FLOUR
120 “ Baltimore rectified Whiskey
250 kegs assorted Liquors
140 barrels Bread and Crackers
20,000 lbs. Bacon, in hams and middlings
30 boxes Tobacco, all brands
150 barrels Mackerel
40 “ coin. Gin
10 “ best Holland, do
fiO “ Rum, N. E.
20 “ Monongnhela Whiskey
30 “ Peach Brandy
50 qr. casks Wine, all kinds
200 boxes, do
50 baskets Champagne
30 boxes Sperm Candles
5 half pipes segnt. Cognac Brandy
50 bags Havana Coffee
30 “ Rio do
50 bbls. and 20 hds. Sugar, St. Croix and
Also, Bagging, Rope, Crockery, Glass and
China Ware. Negro Shoes, Sfc.
500 sacks Salt, by the brig Cumberland, which
will be in market by the 20th instant.
And is prepared to pay cash or advance on
Cotton, on shipment to his friends in New York,
Baltimore, Charleston, or New Orleans.
JNO. T. MYRICK.
Apalachicola, Oct 10, 1837 23
AT PRIVATE SALE.
IFINE new double horse Jersey Waggon
1 fine single horse Barouche.
1 pair Match Horses.
1 Blooded Mare, 3 years old.
1 fine Work Mare,3 years old, perfectly gentle
On accommodating terms, bv
SAM’L M. JACKSON, Auct. & Com. Mer.
GROSS Wine Bottles;
10 bbls Brown Havana Sugar;
10 frails Almonds;
4 bbls English Walnuts;
5,000 choice Havana Cigars;
10 bbls American Brandy;
On consignment, and for sale by
SAML. M. JACKSON, Auc’r.
GROSS Lemon Syrup Bottles;
10 bbls. Baltimore Giu;
20 bbls. American Brandy;
5 bbls. Malaga Wine, direct importation;
10 bbls. N. E. Rum;
3 cases fine Hats;
10 chests Band Boxes ;
For sale on consignment by
SAML. M. JACKSON, Auct.
-g CASKS London Porter, containing
I from 3*to 5 dozen in each cask.
17 finemahogany BUREAUS;
! For sale low by
SAML. M. JACKSON, Auct.
A COMFORTABLE House and Lot on
the East side of Mclntosh street, south oi
Crawford street, known as the house occupied
by Mr. Gregory, dec’d. Apply to.
SAM’L M. JACKSON, Auct. & Com. Mer.
CHATTAHOOCHEE BANK NOTICE.
IWII.L SELLthe entire, or part of, niy stock
of BOOKS, and take Chattahooclieemon
! ev at PAR.
: The public is informed that the above offer is
; not in consequence of having Notes to pay iu
Bank, but on account of my firm belief that the
bills, ere long, will be redeemed at par.
April2S,-5-tf F.. SIGOURNEY NORTON.
NOTICE is hereby given, that the partner
ship heretofore existing betxx’een James O.
Gorman and myself, in the trade or business of
Jexvellers, carried on in the City of Columbus,
Georgians this day dissolved, and that the said bu
siness xvill be continued bv the subscriber
Columbus, June 30, 1837.-18-ts
LIST OF BLANKS
For sale at the Sentinel and Herald Office.
Bills of Lading, Guardians’ Bonds,
Deeds of all descriptions, Jury Tickets,
Sheriffs’Bail Bonds, Clerks’Summonses,
j Writs of Attachment, Dec. in Debt,
’ Justices’ Summonses, Dec. in Assumpsit,
I Justices’ Executions, ! Marriage Licences,
I Commissions to Examine Retail Licenses,
Witnesses, Alabama Jury Certificates,
I Commissions to Appraise Alabama Precepts,
Property, Alabama Justices’ Execu-
Letters of Administration, tions,
Letters of Gurdianship, Alabama Justices’ Sum-
Letters of Dismission, monses, otc. £ic.
Administrators’ Bonds, 45
♦3 AAALBS. Live Geese Feathers, just re
,J *r * W ccired and for sale by
RACKIN'; McQIUTP &.
Pec. 21. 16*f
THIS CELEBRATED RACER will stand the
ensuing season at the HAMPTON COURSE,
near Augusta, Ga., under the direction of F. W. Lacy,
and be let to mares at jilOi* the season, with one dollar
o the Groom—the season to commence the Ist of Fe
oruarv and end the 15ih of July. It is requested that
persons sending mares xvill send a note for the season,
and the Pedigree of the mare.
The proprietors are xvcll provided xvilh Lots and
stables tor mares that max’ be sent to remain xvith the
horse, and xvill he fed and well attended to for fifty
cents per day—black servants sent xvith mares fed
gratis. Every care and attention xvtli be taken to
guard against accidents aud escapes, but r.a liability
will be. incurred for either.
D-scriptim. —John Bascontbe is a light or bright
chesnut, five feet txvo inches high, fine bone and mus
cle, with superior limbs aud action, and for spriglitii
ncss and intelligence of countenance, surpassed by
no horse on earth ; in fact, take him upon the whole,
he is the horse of horses. He will be seven years’ old
the ensuing spring. He has proven himself his first
season, a sure teal getter, and has convinced his pa
trons of the falsity of the tale that was put in circula
tion. relatix’e to his impotency.
Pedigree. —John Bascontbe was got by old Bertrand,
out of Grey Goose, she by Pacolet, and he bv imported
Citizen ; grand dam by imported Buzzard, great grand
dam by Wade Hampton’s Paragon, g. g. grand dam
Iby imported Figure, g. g. g. grand dam the old Slam
merkin mare by the celebrated imported horse Wildair,
out of the imported Cub mare. Wade Hampton’s
Paragon xvas got by imported Elintnap out of Camilla,
and she by Burwill’s Traveller ; his grand dam by old j
Fearnought, g. grand dam Calista, imported by Col.
Byrd, Burwell’s Traveller was got by Morton’s Tra
veller, out of Col. Bird’s Calista.
Performances.-- 1834, Huntsville, Ala., Nov. 15.
Mile heats, best three in five, he ran i ccond to Stock
holder, beating Rachel Johnson, Whalebone, and
Samuel O’Rourke. Time, 2m 4s ; 2nt 3s ; 2m 5s ;
2m 5s ; 2nx ss.
1835, Nov. 18, at Montgomery, Ala., three mile
heats, he won the purse, distancing Samuel O’Rourke,
his only competitor, the first heat, in 6m 525.
1835, Nov. 24, at Mount Meigs, Ala., three mile
heats, he ran second to Bill Austin, beating Daphne.
Time. 6m ; 6m 3s.
1835, Dec. 10, at Columbus, Ga., three mile heats,
he beat Volney, by Industry. Time, first heat, Cm.—
Volnev hax’ing broke down.
1836, Jan. 13, at Augusta, Ga., three mile heats, he
beat Chestatee, Ormond. Col. Townes’ Truffle colt,
and distanced Paul Clifford in the first, aud Yertum
nus in the second heat, in 5m 54s ; 5m 565.
1836, April 12, at Augusta, Ga., in a match of four
mile heats, he distanced Col. Hampton’s Argyle the
first heat in 7m 44s—track thirty-three feet over a mile.
This match was for $32 000, $17,000 oil Argyle and
$15,000 on Col. Crowell’s stable, consisting of Bill
Austin, Lady Nashville, John Bascontbe, and Bolivia;
Bascombe having been selected.
1836, May 31, at the Union Course, Long Island,
in a match of four mile heats, $5,000 a side, after tra
velling nine hundred miles, he beat the champion of the
North, Post Boy, two strait heats, lour miles each, in
7m 495; and 7m 51 Js. Track not in the best order,
and the day xvindy.
1836, Dec. 9, at Augusta, Ga.. four mile heats, he
beat the grey colt Kite and Lady Morgan, in two heats.
Time, 8m Is; 8m Is.
John Bascombe never lost a heat after getting into
the hands of Col, John Crowell, his present owner.
F. W. LACY.
Augusta, Ga. Dec. 14, 1837. 46 3m
THE subscriber advertises the community
that since his occupancy of this establish
ment, it has undergone the most general and tho
rough repairs—much labor and expence have
been bestowed to render the house comforta
ble and commodious —and he is now fully pre
pared to receive and entertain customers in a
style not surpassed by any other Southern Hotel
Having spent many years of his life in the bu
siness of keeping a public house, he cnteitains
confidence in himself of an ability to give gen
His Table will be constantly and abundantly
supplied with the best provisions which the
His Bar is stocked with a supply of choice
Wines, Liquors, and Segars.
His stables are commodious, and attended by
experienced Ostlers. THOMAS JAMES.
RATES OF BOARD:
Board and Lodging per month, - S3O 00
Board xvithout Lodging per month, 99 50
Dinner Boarders per month, - -12 00
Board per week, ... 10 50
Board per day, - - - - l ?*
Dinner, - 75
Breakfast, - - 50
Supper, - - , 50
Lodging, .... s(t
Horse per month - - 20 00
Horse per dsy, - . 1 00
Children and Servants half price. Fires
and lights extra.
Oct. 10 23
PACKETS FROM ST. JOSEPH TO _
THE following substantial and fast sailing
vessels will run as regular Packets between
St. Joseph and New York, and will take freight
and passengers low.
Brig HARTI EY, Ryder, master.
“ CUMBERLAND, Darling, master.
“ SADI, Vincent, “
Also, the new and splendid ship SPRING.
For Freight or Passage apply to
E. J. WOOD &. CO, Agents,
St. Joseph, Fior.
Nov. 1,1837 24 ts
o. x>s axx.szz,
WATCH MAKER AND JEWELLER.
JUST received, a now assortment of
Ladies’ Neck Chains;
Gentlemen’s Guard and Foh Chains;
Rings, Breastpins, Earrings,
Watch Hooks, Gold Thimbles, &c.
All of which will be sold at reduced pricas.
N. B. All kindsof Jexvelry repaired, and Canes
mounted in gold or silver in the neatest manner
and at short notice.
NEW SPRING GOODS.
THE subscriber has just received, a fresh
supply of FANCY AND STAPLE DRY
GOODS, of the latest fashions and importations.
Ready made clothing, hats, bon
nets and SHOES.
He xvould invite his customers and the public
generally tocall and examine his stock before pur
chasing elsewhere, as they no doubt xvill be suit
ed with the quality and price. He is determined
to sell loxx’ for cash.
Country merchants xvill be supplied at reduced
prices. * NEILL McNAIR-
COLUMBUS BOOK STORE*
AT THE COLUMBUS AUCTION ROOM.
THE Subscriber informs the public that his
Stock being too large at this time, he is dis
posed to reduce it by selling at cost and charges.
Persons desirous of replenishing their Libraries,
or wishing School or other entertaining Books,
are nowinvited to call bes re the stock becomes
thinned off. If you arc in want of Literature,
come forth as the terms are cash.
April 14 3tf E. SIGOURNEY NORTON.
YOUNG LADIES’ COLLEGIATE INSTI
Brownwootl. near La Grange, Troup county, Ga.
The exercise* of this institution xvill be resumed J
on the first Monday in February next. Tho
Teachers for 1838 are,
ROBERT C. BROWN, ) Princt-
Mrs. M. L. BROWN, f pals.
Mr. Du hand. Classical Department.
French and English Department.
Mr. Uhixk, Musical Department.
Board can be obtained iu the family of the Principal,
or in respectable families iu the neighborhood.
Brown xvixjd. Dec. 12, 1837. 46'f
XVHITKSVILLE, HARMS COCXTV, OEOHOIA.
THE subscriber would inform his friends and the
public generally, that he has taken charge of the
house kuoxvn as the Wlntesville Hotel, and intends to
devote his entire attention to the comfort and accom
modation of such as may honor him xvith their patron
age ; and he pledges himself that no effort of his shall
be spared in making this one of the mo6t desirable
places qf entertainment in the up country. His table
shall at all times be supplied with the best the country
affords ; his bar xvith an assortment of liquors; his stable
with attentive e-fitTs, and provender in abundance.
J n- -7. 52 Uni
f \SRS fr>j 1| l Itr*nt;ti;fon Lime.
Ju * re’ilby AI.LL.N L VOLNG.
Jon, 5. 1
VAIiVABLE LAADS POlt SALK.
THE SU BSCKI BEK wishing to
remove off the road, to another plnntn-
• • ijgf tion which he has pujchascd, offers
fo<~ sa * u his valuable Plantation and
XsS&laSß* Residence, eleven miles West of Co
tumous, L.a., and immediately oa tile Stage Road
thence to Alontgomery, Ala. The settlement contain i
between eight hundred and one thousand acres ot’ ex
cellent land, well watered and timbered ; two hundred
of which are cleared and in successful cultivation, being
principally low grounds or bottom laud. The buildings
are new, well nnished and convenient, and well adapt vd
to the accommodation of travellers. Persons wishing
to combine the Farming with Mercantile business or
Tavern Keeping, will do well to call and examine tile
He has on the premises a large stock of everv de
scription, which he would be willing to divide with the
purchaser. Also corn, fodder, potatoes, £c. &c.
And to make a long story short, the premises offered
are those so well known as EI.LIOTT’S STAND,
in Russeil county, Alabama. Three lines of Stages
The premises above can be had upon very accom
modating terms and payments made easy.
Persons wishing to purchase the most healthy and
desirable situation in this country, would do well to
call immediately and see George W. Elliott, when they
can be suited without defalcation.
The titles, shall be unexceptionable.
GEO. W. ELLIOTT.
Russell county, Ala. Oct. 24, 1837. 42
CHEEK LANDS X X
THE subscriber offers for sale the following de
scribed Lands, lying and being in the counties of
Tallapoosa and Macon, amongst which are Prairie,
River bottom and every other variety of land embraced
in this section of country. This newly settled country
is too well known to need a general description. It is
situated between two navigable streams, liom neither
distant 50 miles; it is a high, healthy countrv, abound
ing with good water, and well timbered, which for fer
tility of soil cannot be surpassed. The Indians being
entirely removed irom the country, those who are de
sirous of settling, need apprehend no fears on that ac
count. To particularise each piece or parcel, would be
unnecessary, as avv person wishing to purchase, and
who could not be suited with such a bill of fare, must
indeed be hard to please. Terms to suit purchasers.
The subscriber may at all times be found at this place
ready to show the Lands. GEO. STONE.
Tuskeegee. Macon countv, Ala., Julv, 1837. 16tf
E 2 18 21) 640 N* 5’ 14 24 ) 64U
W 2 18 21 J acres E 32 13 24 \ acres
in a body in a bodv,
E ‘l9 18 21A 1280 W ‘ 1 15 24
W 19 18 21 ! in a 3 12 15 24
N 30 18 21 [ bodv N 25 IG 24
N 29 18 21J with N 27 14 23 \ C4O
a mill scat, S 27 14 23 ) acres
E 27 18 21 in a body,
N 3 17 21 ) 640 S 12 14 25
S 3 17 21) acres N 11 16 23
In a hodv, N 34 19 24
3 ‘25 19 21 N 18 17 24 ) 6EO
S 14 17 22 S 18 17 24 > acres
N 35 17 22 SElof SE 1 | in a
S 31 17 23 7 17 24 body
N 36 17 23 and a mill seat, three miles
W 14 19 23 from this place ; undivided
N 21 15 23 ) 640 half of
E 30 15 23 i acres N 16 17 24 ) 430
in a body, SE j 16 17 24 ) acres
N 9 13 24 with a mill seat,
N 35 13 24 IV 8 15 26 ) 800
S 28 13 24 S 5 15 26 ) acres
N 36 14 24 EiofN E| 7 15 26
W 3 14 24 undi- EjofS WJ 6 15 56
vided half 1 120 cleared, under good
ALABAMA LANDS FOII SALK.
S T R | g
West half 24 16 23S Wqr 21 15 25
SiS E i 15 16 29! E ISEqr 20 15 25
WjNWj 17 16 29; WJN Eqr 23 15 25
SEINWIU 16 291 E JSE qr 23 15 26
SEJ 31 17 271 E iNE qr 7 13 26
EINW 1 30 17 27! NE qr 19 13 26
WjSWI 19 17 27! WJN Wqr 17 IS 25
NiSWi 23 17 27|SEqr 17 13 25
EiS W i 24 17 27 EiN Eqr 10 13 25
SW* 30 17 27jS Wqr N E 11 13 26
NiSEi SO 17 27 SEqr SO 14 26
EJN W i 23 17 27 WIS Wqr 2 14 26
WINE} 23 17 27 Section £6 15 25
WiS E i 3 18 29| Section 35 15 26
SW 1 24 17 26 S half 83 16 2
FJNWi 24 17 26 EIS Eqr 22 15 26
WJS E 1 24 17 86 E|N Eqr 27 15 26
S E qr, 24 15 26 EJS Eqr 27 15 26
N half 25 15 26 NE qr 22 15 25
N Wqr 14 15 26 SW qr 23 15 25
EJNEqr 14 15 26 SW or 14 15 25
wl m w .j. is is eo e is 15 25
NW qr 23 15 26 WjN Eqr 9 15 25
EJS Eqr 8 15 26WjNE qr 10 15 25
W}S Wqr 9 15 26 NW qr 2 14 25
WJNWqr 9 15 26 NW qr 21 15 25
N half S 14 14 26 NE or 23 15 26
N half 32 15 271
Also, the subscriber offers for sale a valuable settle
ment in Muscogee county, Georgia, seven and r half
miles from Columbus, on Rocky Creek, containing 900
acres, with a good plantation and saw mill, on which ho
now resides. HENRY MOFFETT.
Sept. 7. 36 6m
ALABAMA INSURANCE COMPANY,
INCORPORATED by ihe Slate of Alabama
1836, with a capital of One Million of Dollar
which can be increased by the surplus capital of th
In conformity with the third article of the Bye Laws
of said company, two hundred and fifty thousand dol
lars of the capital stock will he opened for sale, in the
town of Girard, on the first of March next, ten per cent
to be paid in at the time of subscribing, the balance to
be scoured on pledges of real estate.
As it is probable that this institution will be ready
for the transaction of business bv the fiftcenlh of Match
next, from and after that time Insurances and Deoo
sites on Trust, agreeable to the charter of said com
pany, will be taken at such rates as are usual in offices
of like character. Life Insurances will be effected at
the following rates per SICO, at the ages annexed :
For one year. Age. Dollars.
25 1 00
30 1 31
35 1 35
40 1 C!t
50 1 90
For seven years. - -25 1 12
30 1 30
35 1 53
40 1 S3 __
50 2 00
Whole life. ----- 25 2 04
30 2 30
35 2 75
50 4 60
Copy of the Bvc Laws of the third section of the
Alabama Insurance Company:
“ And on the first day of March next, Stocks to the
amount of Two Hundred and Fifty Thousand Dollars
will be offered for sale in the town of Girard. Ten
per cent, to be paid in at the time of sale ; balance to
be called in in such amounts and at such times as may
hereafter be prescribed by the Bye Laws of said com
“ And on the first day of May next, a meeting w 11
be held in conformity with the third section of said act
of incorporation, so far as it regards the investments
of any surplus funds belonging to the company.”
By order of the Board.
THOMAS S. TATE, Sec’y pro tern.
Girard, Ala., Feb. 20, 1838. Sts
i A comfortable residence, with eigh
i acres of land enclosed, within a short mile
to ' vn -and m a must respectable neigl.t
borhood. Apply to
Oct. 26. 12
The Standard ofUnion. Milledgeville, arid Columbia
(S. C.) Hive, will publish the above twice.
PAY I P.
J whose Notes and Accounts have become
Ji. due, are urgently, but respectfully, requested io
p.tv cr. ALLEN & YOUNG.
They would also inform their friends that they have
removed to No. 1 Mclntosh Row, lately known gs
Mclntosh Hall, where can be found a general assort
ment of Groceries, Bagging, Rope, Salt, &c., which
will be sold low for CASH.
Oct. 1. 42
TEN DOLLARS REWARD.
STRAYED from Mr. William Rogers’ Stand, on
the Montgomery road, twenty miles west from
Columbus, on the 22d inst , a sorrel HORSE about
fourteen hands high, fiyeor six years old, with heavy
mane and tail, his logs are somewhat swollen, Said
Horse belongs to the Express Mail line, and strayed
off with a saddle apd hridle. Any person finding sa:d
Horse, and delivering him at any of the stands on the
road shall be rewarded with ten dollars.
Dec. 27, 1837. 47if M. HARWELL
I HA VE jus* received, on consignment, a large let
of GROCERIES, which I will sell cheap for
cash, vig :
Canvass Hama, Northern Flour, for family use .
London Porter. Lard, Cider, Vinegar,
“Whiskey. Pickles. Lemon Syrup,
Butter Crackera. Sperm Candies. S:c.
Together with a great variety cf ether ’fid;: tn hat
hnc teo numoi otl to particular*.'?.
L. ifGOl HNLY NORTON
Feb. 6. ,!f