1’ rom the Richmond EiKiuircr.
ANY ISSUE !
Hie Compiler appeal* to our “fairness”
and “justice. \\ e never turn a deaf ear to
such appeals, Irom a quarter that, we respect.
Tlic Compiler savs, the issue before the peo
ple is not “ Mr. Clay and a National Bank,
or Mr. Van Buren and no National Bank”—
but that it really is, “or Mr. Van Buren and
tile Sub-Treasury scheme .” The real issue is
the one we have stated it; but take it any
way the Compiler pleases, and we are pre
pared to meet it. Is it “ Henry Clay, or Mar
tin Van Buren r” We say, the Little Magi
cian by all means. Is it “ a National Bank
or a Sub-Treasury Scheme ?” We say, as
we have unitbrmerly said, “ give us the Sub-
Treasury Scheme infinitely. A National
Bank is the last alternative of all.” Is it Clay
and Bank ; or, Van Buren and the Sub-Trea
snry. We are, of course, a fortiori , for Mr.
Van Buren and the Sub-Treasury. We pre
fer both the elements; and, of course, we un
hesitatingly and decidedly prefer the com
But the issue is in fact ns we have stated
it. This Sub-Treasury question will in ail
probability be settled soon ; and we hope and
believe, during the present session. But the
National Bank never sleeps or slumbers. It
never despairs of success. It will never cease
its efibrts—and of all politicians breathing,
Mr. Clay is the most desirous and capable to
re-investing it with a national Charter. Give
us, we say, then, Mr. Van Buren, and his
pledged “ uncompromising hostility to a Na
tional Bank,” in preference to Mr. Clay with
his monster ; and his votes tor internal im
provements; and his whig principles, and bis
Whig allies. We cannot entertain a doubt,
that such will be the voice of the people of
Virginia. The spring election is rapidly ad
vancing. if the vvhigs carry the state now; if
they obtain this vantage ground over us, they
will avail themselves of it to advance with
stronger heart, and bolder steps to (lie attain
ment of the objects which they have in view.
It will be more difficult to dislodge them liom
the citadel, if they once insinuate themselves
into it —and, we are for meeting them face to ;
lace, and contesting every inch of ground
rluring the present campaign. We, there
fore, cal! upon the republicans to re-unite; to
abate their dissensions ; to marshal their
ranks, and to save the state. The great is
sue is now, as il will be, “ Clay and a Na- i
tional Bank, or Van Buren ami no National
A Paris Journal of the 30tb January states,
that “on Sunday, several foreigners of dis
tinction had the honor of dining with the
king and royal family, the table being laid for
forty-five guests. In the evening, the Amer
ican Minister and Mrs. Cass had the honor
•of being received by their Majesties.”
Tne Paris Correspondent of the New York
American, (said to he Mr. Walsh,) writes on
the 31st January, that “The event of the
week, in the fashionable world, is the grand
bill of the Austrian Ambassador, which was
given the day before yesterday. The Count
ess d’Appony, a lady of the very best address
and ton, was obliged by indisposition to retire
early from her elite of not less than a thousand
guests, spread through eight resplendent sa
lons. No part of the various and elaborate
entertainment was superior to the German
band of Strauss, whose performance of waltzes
surpasses all of the kind ever before known.
Our legation were present. Mr. and .Mrs.
Stevenson, who set out on Monday, on their
return to London, dined with the Royal Fa
mily tit the Tuileries on Sunday. They had
enjoyed the balls and concerts al the palace, :
and in general seemed to .have been nine!) !
gratified during their sojourn here of several
Weeks, as the guests of Gen'i and Mrs Cass.
“On the iff of next month Talleyrand will
enter his eighty-lourth year. 11 • was born
•on the 2 1 February, 17.01, and lias seen eight
reigns in France: Lours Hi, and It>, the Re
public, the Consul ale,’ the Fuipire, Louis ISili,
Charles 10th, and Louis Phiiltppe. His men
tal faculties are entire, his spirits lively, his
observation and relish of life quick and strong.
Mis lower limbs have failed him. Several*
limes a week he is carried to the Tuilleries to
bold conferences with the King. This day
he gives a large dinner, a? which lie will pre
side, and to which General and Mrs. Cass,
With thei - guests from London, were invited.
“In August, 1833, I saw Baric Mnrbois,
then in his ninety-first year, entertaining at
dinner, with full intelligence and zest, a dis
tinguished company of ten or twelve. So
much for French temp tram nt after scores of
Bank arran'gkaisn r— n. oulkans.
We copy llic tollo.vinn iutormatioii Irom a
slip issued from the ofilce of llic Merchants’
Transcript, March 19.
“It affords miu'h pleasure to he aide to
state that tni arrangement Is a!> >ut to lie en
tered into by our different hanks, similar to
the hotter portions of the first sixteen sections
of the bank bill, which, if adopted, is calcula
ted to restore confidence —establish credit—
and revive trade. The heads ot the different
hanks have held two meetings, which resulted
in the adoption of the following plan tor ln-
Tttre operation. The Presidents of all the
hanks are to meet on the first of each month
to receive the statements an 1 examine the
condition of.each hank, which statements
are to be published under the direction of a
committee appointed for that purpose. The
board of Presidents are empowered to t!e
taand a more full statement from whatever
bank they may think proper. The issues of
each Bank are to he increased pro rata to
the amount of their capital paid in, and the
Amount of their profits and undeclared divi
dends. Those hanks thinking proper, are al
lowed to issue post notes in accordance with
the vetoed hank bill. Each hank will he re
quired to have in its vaults on ihe Ist March
next, -0 per cent, of its cash liabilities, and
on the Ist March IS4O, they arc required to
lave 32 1-2 per cent, of their cash liabilities,
in gold and silver, and the resumption of spe
cie payment is to de|>end upon a perfect un
derstanding with the principle banks through
out the union.”
Practical Benevolence. —“1 love,” says a
correspondent, “ to see two persons meet on
a rainy day on a narrow curb stone, boun
ding a side walk, where no pavement has
been laid and observe both step off simultane
ously into the mud. It proves them mutual
ly actuated by a spirit of benevolence and
submissive to personal inconvenience for a
Our correspondent takes a l ight view of the
matter, considering the “ equal.iy ol all men,
and the folly of assuming a right of prece
dence in such a situation. lie ha s reminded
us also of a cricumstance which occurred
three winters since. We were crossing
from the corner of Derne am 1 H anc >ck
streets to the corner of Hancock and Myrtle;
at a time when the streets were flooded by a
thaw, and having reached the centre of an
ice bridge, on which only one person could
pass at a time, we suddenly encountered a
gentleman crossing in the opposite direction.
To retreat was impossible, without plunging
ancle deep into water. We looked up and
paused. Our antagonist was also taken by
sui prise—for both of us had been more intent
oh our footsteps than noticing who approach
ed us—and as our eyes met, he deliberately
put bis hand into his pocket, and drawing
forth a cent, “ head or tail,” said he, present
ing his hand toward us, palm on palm.—
“Tail,” said we. “Tail it is,’ said he, and
off lie jumped into the water, and ran to the
side walk, without giving us time to thank
him for his courtesy, and proceeded on his
wav, leaving us the remcmbranc'only ol the
.olitest street encounter with a stranger that
tfver occurred tons. — JJvflcn II raid.
I Mr. Booth. —We regret that it becomes uo
, jeeasary for us to stale, that instead of having
* the gratification of witnessing the perforinan
-1 c.cs of this gentleman on the stage last even
ing, lie was an actor in a most extraordinary
scene the previous evening, which came very
near resulting in the death of bis friend and
, companion, Mr. Flynn. We wrif state the
circumstances as they have been related to us
from good authority, and we do so with ihe
special purpose of preventing the many exag- .
gerated statements frequently put tortli on j
such occasions, from obtaining credence.
It appears that Mr. Booth bad exhibited no j
signs of a return of his malady, since his res-:
cue from drowning, to excite the watchfulness j
of his friends. He was in company with Mr. 1
Flynn, on Saturday, Sunday, and Monday, I
and on Monday evening attended the Tliea- j
tre, conversing, as usual, with such acquain- :
lances as lie encountered. After leaving the j
Theatre, they returned to their lodgings, at 1
the Planters’ Hotel, both gentlemen occupy
ing the same room. Mr. Flvnn undressed j
himself and retired to bed, and soon fei! asleep, j
but was aroused between one ami two o’clock,
A. M. by receiving a tremendous blow over
the right eye. He sprang up in bed, and dis
covered Mr. Booth in tiie act of aiming anoth
er blow at him with one of the cast iron fire
dogs, taken from the lire place, along side the
bed, and with which the first wound had been
inflicted. Mr. Flynn endeavored to avoid
the blow, but received it over the left eye,
with such force ns to break the fire dog into
several pieces, when he leaped from the lied,
and escaped from the room, Mr. Booth in close
pursuit, and endeavoring to inflict other
wounds. They finally grappled, and fell, the
herculean strength of Mr. Booth, while In
boring under the excitement of derangement,
giving him the advantage. The calls” of Mr.
Flynn finally brought assistance, and Mr.
Booth was secured, but not until Mr. Flynn
had received a number of severe wounds and
bruises, none of which, we are happy to say,
; tire of a dangerous character. Mr. Booth is
now placed under restraint, and will doubtless
lie so kept until he recovers from his aberra
! lion of mind.— Charleston Courier, March 14.
CITY II.AL.L, Columbus. Ga. > !
March 23, IS3S. f
Council met pursuant to adjournment, 7
1-2 o’clock, P. M.
Present, bis Honor the Mayor, Aldermen
Smilii, Lewis, Ware, Aiien, Davis, Chipley,
Head, Andrews, and Williams.
By Alderman Chipley: Resolved , That S.
M. Ingersoll have the privilege of washing the j
loose sands in the Chattahoochee for gold, j
for two years from date; but the Council re- j
1 serves to itself the right to prescribe the terms
By Alderman Allen: Resolved , That the
! public hands proceed to grade the sidewalks,
in front of the lot on which the Episcopal
By Alderman Hooper: Resolved, That the
Marshall lie ordered to fill up the upper sew
er, under the direction of the street commit
By Alderman Read: Ordered, That the
agent appointed to represent the stock it: the
Chattahoochee Rail Road and Bunking Com
pany, be instructed to vote for the lbflowing
seven persons, to wit: Gen. J. C. Watson,
Hon. J. S. Calhoun, Col. J. W. Campbell.
Get). N. Howard, J. R. Jones, J. L. Lewis,
and Wm. H. Mitchell.
A petition irom Mr. D. Sullivan, proving
the remittance of the amount of an execution
■and cos! against him, was read and remitted
1 bv Council.
! A communication from George C. Yar- 1
i brough, was read and referred to the commit- |
tee on pumps.
Bv Alderman Chipley: Resolved, That E. •
S. Norton’s communication he refened to j
the committee on city improvements.
Council then adjourned until Saturday, the
7th day of April, at 7 o’clock, P. M.
Published bv order of Council.
‘J. ROBERTS, City Clerk.
t’ww!mi j -nunLiKinEi
MEDICO TIIERMOMHTRICAL RECORD,
roll tiiz city or coi.i'mbus,
; : Range of ( Frec-
Therinu. Slate lions
Days of the i of the of
week. A] j n’t . Weather wind.
WHnes la\ 2! 55 58 : S8 tiur s
Thursday 22 i-55 70 lift tair s e
Friday j 23 3S 59 :67 fair
Saturday ;2 ■3B 70 ‘OS fair s
Sunday j23:34 75 *7l fair X e
Monday FJ6>3 70 |35 ifair s
Tuesday 127 j3B >8 j 66 fair w |
COLUMBUS PRICES CUiilt&MlV
I'OKHECm) WEEKLY BY ALLEN AND YOI.’XG.
BAGGINIi —Kentucky, - - vd OCS3 aOO 25
Inverness, ------ yd (.0 22 aOO 24
American Tow, - - - - vd 00 00 aOO 00
8A1.12 iiOl'E, ‘lb 00 12 aCO 14
13AGON—[lane, - - - - lb 00 15 aOO 16
Hides, lb 00 15 aOO 16
Shoulders, lb CO 12 aOO 12
BEEF—At css, bbt 13 00 aISOO i
Prime, ------- bbl 750 a O.J 00
BUTTER—Goshen, - - - lb 00 25 aOO 37J
\Y osttirn, ------ lb 00 25 aOO 31
! CA:\DEES—Sperm, - - - lb 00 40 a45 00
Tallow, - - ‘ lb 00 15 aOO 20
CASTINGS. lb 600 a 700
! CHEESE—Noithern, - - - lb 00 16 aOO 20
, COTTON, - lb 00 65a 00 82 •
] COFFEE—Haranna green, - lb 00 15 aOO 16
Ri>, - -- -- -- - lb 00 12U 00 14
FlSH—Mackerel, No. 1, - 16 00 12 a CO 14
” ‘ “ 2, - - lb 10 00 al2 50
“ “ 3, - - lb 9COa 950
Herrings, ------ box 200aCO 00
FLOUR—Northern, - - - i>6l 12 CO al3 00
Western, bbl 1100 a 12 00
1 Country, ------- bbl 1000 al2 00
| GRAIN—Corn, ----- bn 100 aOO CO
Wheat, bu 02 00 aOO 00
GUNPOWDER, - - - - keg 000 a 850
HIDES, lb 00 72a 00 8|
IRON, lb 00 6a 00 7
I.ARD, lb 00 11 aOO 12
I.IAIE, - -- -- -- - cask 400 a 500
MOLASSES—N. Orleans, - gal 00 48 aCO 50
NAILS, lb 00 9 aOO 10
PORK—Mess, lb 00 25 a CO 27
Prime. lb 00 17 aOO 23
PEPPER, lb 00 12’ aOO 15
PEAS, - -- -- -- - bu 00 75 a 100
RAISINS, box 250 a 400
RICE. lb 00 G aCO 7
SPI HlTS—Hran-lv, Cognac, gal 175a 225
Peach, ------- g;d 1 122a 150
! Apple. ------- gal 00 58 aOO GO
G! X—Holland, ----- gal 150 a 175
D miestic, ------ gal 00 62 \ aOO 65
1 RUM—Jamaica, ----- gal 177 a 225
Domestic, ------ gal 0060 a0062 j
WHISKEY—Irish, - - - gal 00 00 a 4CO
Monongahela, ----- ga! 00 65 a 100
New Orleans, ----- gal 0060 aOO 62 5
SUGAR—New Orleans, - 16 00 10 aOO 123
St. Croix, ------ I!* 00 14 aOO 15
Loaf, lb 00 18 a 00 22
s VT.T, ----- - - - sack 400 a 425
SOAP. lb 00 8 a 00 10
SHOT. lh 225 a 250
STEEL—Cast, lb 00 ISJ.aOO 25
German, ------ lb 00 00 a 00 15
Blistered, lb 00 12 aOO 20
r ALLOW, lb 00 S aOO 9
TEA—Green, lb 100 a 150
Black, lh 00 00 aOO 75
fOßA<'CO—first quality, - - !b 00 40 aOO 50
S,- ,nd quality. - - - - - lb 00 16 aOO 25
WlNES—Madeira,l., P. - - gal 300 a 350
Sicily, ------- gal 150a 175
Malaga. mil 00 621 aOO 70
Claret, Marseilles, - - -1... x 5 00* a COO
Claret,Bordeaux, ... box 600 a7 00
A The Anniversary Meeting of the Chaitahco- .
cbee llivtr Bible Society,will beheld in the Methodist
Church, Oil the evening of Monday, 16th of APRIL, ‘
wtten the Annu.;. Reports tS.-creUirv ami Trea
surer wilt be read; and Addresses mav be expected
from Judge Colquitt and Judge Thomas.
March 29. 32t T. GOULPING. Secretary. ;
N OT If 12.
HPJ'uiiiie is hereby torev anted not to ira le for
25. a NOT F. mad* I>e mrsetf to Joseph Morris,
lornierly ot Harris, now the count v of Mrmvrther. for
t *e sum ol seveutv-five dollars, da* Cie i-tina . next,
A'. 1 mi det* riuiue,l ii"l to pav said 11 tr. unless com
pe'lri! by low, the i'Oi|'!:J.;nCiol! lor win. b it was given
ii.n'mx rntiieh fie■ <. JOHN RUSH.
1 Talbot c-'UiVy. U S>, 6, isjg. <it
• j - - . . Dtt. W. li. BACON*
’ in prT. ERS# his professional services to the public,
j j n*y be found during the day at the Drug
! -’ore ft John E. Bacon & Cos., and at night at his
residence j immediately opposite ihe Female Acade-
; n, X- March 29. S 3t
I /S> LI. persons having claims against the estate of
jthe late 11. B. MILLIKIN, are requested to
bring them forward, authenticated as the law directs; j
: and those indebted to said estate are requested to make
1 ‘remediate payment, or the claims will be put in suit.
, ‘ J. H. CAMPBELL, Adm’r
March 28, 1838. Stf with tiie Will annexed.
NEW MAIL, ARRANGEMENT.
POST OFFICE. >
Columbus, Ga. March 29.1535. (
NORTHERN EXPRESS MAIL,
j Due daily at 84 A. M. Closes dailv at 9P. M.
j NOR TIIERN SLOW MAIL.
Due daily at II P. M. Closes daily at 9P. M.
j r^ n after the first day of Ap ii, in consequence j
;of t- e above changes, the Post Office will not be open
; tor ‘he delivery of letters and papers until half past
! eight o’clock in the 111 ,rnin".
J. VAN NESS, P. M.
March 28 1833. Sit
TO THE PUBLIC—MONEY TAKEN.
SIIAVE had in my employ as Clerk, for the last j
eighteen months, a young man bv the name of,
.JAMES 15. WATKINS, from the state of Mary
land, who lias lived in Baltimore a part of his time, and
j about Eilicot’s Mitts, or in that vicinity. A few days
ago, I believe on the sth of March, I placed in his *
hands some TWELVE or THIRTEEN HUN- j
DR ED DOLLARS, and started him up to Columbus
j for the purpose of paying a Note which I should have
to fall due about that time. Instead of paying over the
money, he put up the horse which he rode at one of tiie
Taverns, entered his name at the Stage Office for Mil
; ledgeville, and L have not heard of him since.
The said Watkins is a small man, dark hair and
eyes, rather stooped shouldered, and with a brisk busi
ness movement. He writes a beautiful hand.
If any person will overtake him and procure the mo
ney, they shall be entitled to one half of it.
j Fort Gains, Early co., Ga., March 25, 1838.
[OF* The Baltimore Ameiiean will give the above
■ three insertions, and send their account to the subscri
j her, at Fort Gaines, Ga. 8 3t J. D.
! A LI. persons are hereby forwarned from trading
Jd&L for a NOTE given by the subscriber to Augus
tus Harris, dated the 30th day of January, 1838, and
! due about the first of Match thereafter, for six hun
dred do Jars as the negro hoy for which said note was
j given was not sound, us represented to me by the said
| Harris ; and as the said negro is levied on as the pro
: perty of John Bone, by the Sheriff, and there is like to
! he a want of title in the said Harris to the property,
I under these circumstances 1 will not pay the said note
’ unless compelled by law. PUCKETT WOt -D.
! March 24, 1838'. Blt
OFFICE OF THE CHATTAHOOCHEE RAIL
ROAD and banking company of ga.
Columbus, Ga. March 26, 1838.
ESOLVED, that the books for further sub
1> scriptions of Stock in the Chattahoochee Rail
road and Banking Company of Georgia, be opemd j
j under the direction of the Cashier, and any two Direc
tors for Muscogee county, and such persons as they I
j may appoint in’ other counti s. provided, that not more
I than eight thousand shaiesshail be disposed of, in
addition to those already taken.
Ordered further, That persons subscribing for stock, !
shall comply with the charter, by paying twenty-live
per cent on the amount subscribed, or execute a mort
gage securing its payment, as provided by the Board,
at the time of subscribing ; and that notice he given of
the time and places of opening the hooks.
A. true extract from the minutes of the Board.
WILEY WILLIAMS, Cashier.
Tn pursuance of the above order, notice is hereby
given, that Books for receiving subscriptions to the
stock in the Chattahoochee Railroad and Banking
Company of Georgia, will be opened on the third
Monday in April nc<t,and remain open foi one week,
; at the following places to wit:
j Taibottcn, for one thousand shares, under the su
; perintendencc of Dr. N. B. Powell, A. Sneed. P. F.
| Greenville, for fifteen hundred shares, under the su-
I perintendencc of W D. Alexander, Ziva Fletcher,
; Dr. W. B. Ector.
! New nan. for seven hundred and fifty shares, under
! the superintendence of Joliu Ray, W. W. Sillnian, G.
1 B. Greer.
Decatur, for seven hundred and fifty shares, under
j the superintendence ofG. u. Anderson, Wm. Ezzard,
| and Dr. Thompson.
j Hamilton, for one thousand shares, under tire su
pcrintendence of Wm. Osborn, J. Murpliv, and Benj.
: Lumpkin, for one thousand shares, under the super- :
intendency of Col. J. & W. Jeniigan, Sami. Williams i
and Elijah J'oarce.
Notice is further given, that the books for reception j
of subscriptions to the slock in .said company v.i'l he j
kept open fr in date agreeable to the above order of
the board, for Muscogee county, to the amount- of one j
thousand shares. Persons re idiiig out of the state, 1
who may wish to subscribe for stock, will make a per- j
sonal application to the Cashier, and it iff is necessa- j
ry, and agent will he appointed to have the papers, 1
creating the securities executed, and to value the pro- i
nertv. . . j
Th.- present stockholders are hereby notified that the |
Cashier, in connection with a committee of Directors, j
will be pr* pared early in next week to take mortgages I
and issue certificates of stock.
8 At WILEY wrr,’ TAMS. Cashier.
TSS INDIAN’S FAN ACS A,
FOR SALE BY JOHN E. BACON ASD CO.. AGENTS,
TJTJSQR the Cure of Rheumatism, Scrofula or King’s
M.” Evil, Syphilitic and Mercurial diseases, Ulcers,
White Swellings, Diseases of the Liver and Skin.—
To show the standing of this medicine, the following
testimonials and evidences of popularity are selected
from the numerous letters received by the proprietor.
The following extract is from a letter franked by a
| member of Congress ;
“ Washington, 24th .Tan.. 1835.
! “ Will you have the goodness to send me a dozen of
the Indian's Panacea? 1 atn requested by one of ihe
party of the delegation of Cherokee Jnd aris to procure j
this medicine for him, they having found advantage
from it heretofore, and being unable to procure it in the
District. J. F. CALLAN.”
“ Montgomery, Ala., 22d Oct., 1835.
“Having nearly closed the lot sent [l2. dozen] we
j will thank you to send us 24 dozen more by first vessel
| for Mobile. We Punk very v-cl! of your Indian’s Pa
j nucea, and find it is rapidly superceding all other kinds
! in this vicinity. MADDOX & POLLARD.”
“ Mobile, Ala., 31st Dec., 1833.
| “ Please send me 20 dozen Indian’s Panacea imme- ‘
diately, the demand being so great we shall be out be- j
fore we shall receive next sh pment.
WOODRUFF & WATKINS.”
“ New Orleans, 20th April, 1537.
| “ Your last shipment of 50 dozen has come to hand, j
j which is considered sufficient for the season. As my !
j orders show, the sale of your Panacea is fast increasing j
| in this part of the country , and I mint say it gives go- j
1 neral satisfaction. ‘ 11. BONN ABEL.”
“ Natches. Miss., 28th Dec., 1837.
“ Mr. D. G. Haviland, Sir—lt is with pleasure we !
give the opinion entertained of the Indian’s Panacea in
this city and vicinity, and can ay, whe ever its combi
nation, we know of no medicine introduced to public
patronage so worthy of the high character it has sus
tained here. We are acquainted with persons who
have ‘thoroughly tried it in Chronic diseases, Scrofula
and Mercurial affections, with entire success, and take
great pleasure in forwarding, at their request, the certi
ficates of cure of several of them. It has been pre
j scribed by the faculty in many cases, meet in <* their cn
j tire approbation ; and, indeed, such is its popularity,
I we have calls for no otlmr Panacea.
“ McGRAW & PULLING,”
Many more letters of similar purport are at hand,
| but we will close with extracts from a letter from Dr.
, Witherspoon, giving a case of a member of the Le<*is
i lature of South Carolina.
“ Sr.MTEuviLLE, S. C.. 24th Avg.. 1837.
“ The gentleman in this village whom the Indian’s
j Panacea cured, had Mercurial diseases, and not Rheu-
J matism. However, the cure it effected with him was
j most obvious and remarkable, and, beyond all doubt, it
| preserved the life of one of our most useful citizens.
! Asa consequence, it has acquired great celebrity in this
| section of the State. A great deal is used, and marry
i are using it for diseases in which it is not at all appli
i cable, bv which means it will no doubt, after a while
| fall into disrepute. J. B. WITHERSPOON.”
i Also for sale by A. POND & Cos.
| Columbus, March 22. gv
j GEORGIA. MERIWETHER COUNTY.
DANIEL BAILLEY, of the 726'h district G.
M. tolls before me a sorrel roan HORSE, with
white spots on his rump, no shoes on, supposed to lie
six years old this spring, five feet one inch and a half
; high'. Appraised by Talbert Key and John Wood to
seventv-five dollars. March 15, 1838.
H D. Tcojefr. 1. p.
A true extract from the Estrav Book.
S 3t R. S. RAGLAND. Clerk.
GEORGIA. STEWART COUNTY.
TOLLED before ino. by Hambleton Mathews.one
Chcsntit Sorrel IMA RE. about five years old,
■ appraised by John Harvv and Richard Ford, tosixiy
five dollars. This 17th March, 1838.
| C. Riley, j. p.
A. true extract from th*- Estrav Book. March 21
1838. 83t J. S. YARBROUGH.c. 1. 1 . ’
!GEORGIA. STEWART COUNTY.
IN the 796th district, G. M. tolled before me. bv
Drury M. I.csneur. one small bay horse, about
S eycil vears old. lelt hind foot white, a white spot in Ins
; face, white snip on the n<*se. Appraised bv Harris
J Kobb and James L. Martin to forty dollars, this 2Lh
dav of March. 1 808.
AV.A.May. .1 e.
\ i r ne extract from the Estrav Book.
March 26. 83’ J. S. YARBROUGH, r. 1. r.
<:\i: PEN SEEDS.
!UST received, an additional supply of <iaoEn
Seeds, warranted genuine, and of the growth of
|L.57. Also a few Fie!*! and Flower S’ i d-.
1 yi ircii 15. 65t H. ■ PHELPS cs Go*
GREAT BARGAINS IN HORSES.
FOR sale low, for cash,from sixty to seventy fine
HORSES fit for saddle or harness. Also six
> or eight six horse WAGGO ‘S, near Howard’s ware
• house on the bank of the river.
CI.EAVELAND & BARLOW.
| March 29, 1838. Bh*
STRAYED or stolen, on the Bth inst. near Cen
trevilie, Talbot county, a common siz-d non grey
HORSE, seven years old, with a switch tail, sev-.ra!
large saddle spots on his back, newly shod all round,
paces Weft and carries his head very low. Any infor
mation directed to the subscriber at Florence, Stewart
* county or to J. C. B. Mitchell. Mulberry Grove, Har
ris county, will be very than-fully received.
JAS. L. DANIEL.
Maxell 28, If3B. 8 2t
Ig hereby given, to those whom it may concern,
that sometime in 1835, I gave a note to Culliti
Pierce, (who is sifice deceased) for SBS. This note
t f jrwarn all persons from trading for, as I am deter
mined not to pay said note, unless compelled by law,
until I have a settlement with the er ‘ate.
THOS. J. HOLMES.
Baker co. Ga. March 14th. 1838. 8 2t
WILL be sold, on Friday, the ISth day of MAY
next, at the late residence of George Shaw,
deceased, Stewart county, all the perishable property
belonging, to said estate. Terms made known on the
i day of sale. JOHN BLACKSHEAR, Adm’r.
1 March 26. • Bts
I GEORGIA, STEWART COUNTY.
5S tjTHEREAS John Brady and Samuel Johnson
¥ V apply to me for letters of administration, debo
nis non, on the estate of Nathan Brady, late of said
These are therefore to cite and admonish all and sin
gular the kin Ired and credito-s of said deceased, to be
and appear at mv office, within the time prescribed bv
law, to show cause, if any they have, why said letters
should not be granted.
Given under iny hand at office. March 21, 183S.
8 It J. S. YARBROUGH, c. c. o.
GEORGIA. STEWART COUNTY.
W'HEREAS John Blackshear applies to me for
letters of administration on the estate of George
Shaw, late of said county, deceased—
These 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 show cause, if any they have, why said letters
should not lie granted.
, Given under mv hand at office. March 21, 1338.
8 4t J. S. YARBROUGH, c. c. o.
STEWART SUPERIOR COURT.
George R. McElvay, )
vs. > To establish a Note-.
James Bruce. j
IT appearing to the Court, from the affidavit of
James U. Home, that he was in possession of a
note cm James Bruce, and ihat the same lias been lost
or destroyed, it is, on motion, ordered, that the said
James Bruce appear at the next term of this Court,
and shew cause why the annexed copy Note should
j not be established 111 lieu of the lost original; and it is
j further ordered, that a copy of this Rule be published
in terms of the law. February Bth, 1838.
GEORGE R. McELVAY, Plaintiff.
On or before the Ist day of January next, I promise
! to pay George R. McElvay, or bearer, fifty dollars, for
value received. This 15th of September, 1835.
Signed, JAMES BRUCE.
GEORGIA, STEWART COUNTY.
Personally appeared before me, W. A. May, a Jus
tice of the Peace in and for said county, James U.
Horne, who, being duly sworn, on oath, saith, that the
Note, of which the above copy note is the same in sub- 1
stance, is lost, or mislaid so that it cannot be found.
Sworn and subscribed before me, this Bth Feb. 1838.
W. A. May, j. p.
JAMES U. HORNE.
A true copv from the Minutes of said Court, this
22d March, IS3B.
Bml in ELIJAH PEARCE, c.s.c.s. c.__
IN STEWART SUPERIOR COURT.
Murdock Chisholm, |
D. A. Chisholm, L fo p discovery, re-
Andrew Gibbs, | 110l > anJ Il, J uucllon<
Andrew I,awson. J
WHEREAS it appears to the Court, by the re
turn of Sheriff, that. Andrew Gibbs, one of the
defendants in the above stated case, resides without
the limits of said state. It is, therefore, on motion,
ordered by the Court, that said Andrew Gibbs do ap
pear and answer, plead or demurr to the above bill, on
or before the first day of the next term of this Court,
and in default thereof said bill be taken as to him pro
ednfessio : and that this Rule be published once a
month for four months, in one of the public gazettes of
the city of Columbus, previous to the next term of this
A true copv from the minutes of said Court. March
21,1633. ELIJAH PEARCE, c. s. c. s. c.
WESTERS £* ATLANTIC RAILROAD.
rgpiO LAND OWNERS. —Persons owning Land
13 in DeKalb, Cobb, Cass, and Murray counties,
over which the route of the Western and Atlantic
Railroad passes, and especially Guardians. Executors
or Administrators, having legal control of any lot or
lots of land on said route, are respec.fully requested to
attend at the Commissioners’ Office, in Marietta, Cobh
county, at any time, to suit theii convenience, in the
month of April or May next, for the purpose of having
their claims (if any) against the Slate, adjusted and
settled, for the concess ion of the right of way for said
Railroad, over their lots of land, respectively.
By order of the Board of Commissioners.
C. L. BOLTON, See’v pro tem.
Feb. 24. 6 4t
ALL persons are cautioned against trading for ten
PROMISSORY NOTES, signed by me, pay
able to Charles Rosende, or order, bearing date the
first of May, 1338. One for $1656 2-100, due. four
months after date ; one for $1677 53-100, due six
months after date; one for $1339 3-100. due eight
months after date ; one for $1720 54-100, due ten
months afterdate ; one for $1742 5-ICO. due twelve
months afier date. Also four Rent Notes, dated
at the same time, for two hundred dollars each,
due at three, six, nine and twelve months from date.
As I am detoimined not to pay either of said notes, |
unless the said Charles Rosende complies on the first i
of Mav next, with his part of the contract in connexion !
with which said notes were given.
March 7. 54t ‘ISAAC H. SMITH. |
TWO STOIf.ES AND A DWELLING, j
rsno RENT OR SELL.—I have for sale or rent j
h two Siores and a Dwelling on Oglethorpe street.
For particulars inquire at Norton’s Auction Room,
two doors from the Columbus Bank, or at Office No. 4,
: McTntosh row. E. SIGOURNEY NORTON.
Dec. 21. 46if
MONEY, MONEY, MONEY.
THOSE persons who are indebted to me for work
done. &c., are earnestly desired to come forward
and pay up. 1 know that the times are severe, hut 1
[ must, have the rhino . or I cannot pay my honest debts.
This is the last call—the next will be a tap on the
| shoulder. MICHAEL HOFFMAN.
March 15. 6 3t
MN. CLARK. Esq., is duly authorised to set
-9 tie with ail persons indebted, or having de
mands against me You are, therefore, particularly
invited to ccme forth, as he has full instruction to pro
ceed immediately in the settlement of my affairs.
N. B As I am compelled to have money by
Spring, I hope tliis notice will he a sufficient hint.
Marchß. stf K. SIGOURNEY NORTON.
BY virtue of an order of the Inferior Court of
Stewart county, sitting as a Court of Ordinary,
wii! be sold, on the first Tuesday in MAI next, be
tween the legal hours of sale, at the Couit House door
in the town of Talbotton, lot ofland No. 10, in the 23d
district of originally Muscogee, now Talbot county.—
Sold as the property of Cordelia Ann Calhoun, a mi
nor. Terms of sale will be made known on the day by
Feb. 19. ots
5 FOREWARN all persons from trading for one
promissory NOTE for S2O, made payable to John |
A. More, dated some time in January last, due the!
25’h of Dec., 1833. The consideration for which said ]
note was given has entirely failed, and I am determined |
not to pav it. unless compelled by law.
Feb. 27. 53m OWEN SIMPLER.
ALL persons indebted to the late sumos ALI* RED
SHORT & CO. and A. K. ALFRED, will
please call on the subscriber, at the store of Alfred &
Porter, and settle the same. A. F . ALFRED.
March Ist. 4 6t
ALT. persons are hereby forewarned from crediting
anv of the officers or crews of the Steamboats
Alabama, Muscogee or Oceola. as no debts contracted
bv them will be paid bv the owners.
‘Feb. 13. 2tf ‘T. &M. EVANS, Agents.
“HtsthERAS the eleventh section of an act to in
of the Planters’ an 1 Mechanics’ Bank of Columbus,
assented to 30th December, 1836, requires those who
may have sold their stock, to give sixty days’ notice j
i of the same, iu some public gazette of this State. —
Therefore in compliance with said section, I do here
.bv give notice, that T have transferred the Stock in
said Bank to which I was entitled as one of the origi
nal Stockholders. JOHN L. LEW Irs.
F-b. 20. 3 9t
.-.WY nm.-L new Tbomast9 Lime exp*- ted bv
P r|,r Steamer De..'o'a, from Apalachicola.
WlUl-e old 1-J V lftjk.m H ‘he “hart.
WM F. I'LV i !.. Fr<u.’ tier*.
• N-.-v. r;, 41 !’
BtS. HAWLEY, wholesale tin.l retail Drtig
® gist. at Apalachtbola and St.'Joseph, Florida.
Nov. 1,1837. 21; f
I RAYMOND & ALLISON, wholesale Grocers
Ift/ and commission Merchants .Apalachicola, Flor.
| Aug. 11. ‘ lSlf
SEG ARS.—20 M Florida Segais; 5 M choice
Ha vana do. for sole by
June 9. 10if SAML. M. JACKSON, Auct.
PIANO FORTES tuned and repaired by SA
MUEL li YDEII, Columbus Hold.
March 8. stf
, ;CT~’ The undersigned has resumed the practice of
nAW a! Columbus, Georgia.
Feb. 27. 4;f ALFRED IVERSON.
” KNOW THYSELF.”
MR. S. HERXIS, FRO-71 PARIS,
PUPIL of Dr. GALL, practical Phrenologist, has
the honor to inform the public that lie w ill remain
a short time in this city. Ladies and Gentlemen who
wish to have a Phrenological examination of their heads,
will p! case call at the Oglethorpe House.
The science of Phrenology being particularly useful
in the education of Children, Mr. 11. will, at the re
quest of parents, examine and give char's of their heads.
Ladies visited at their residence. March 22. 7tf
IF the man who took two barrels of POTATOES
from on board the steamer Frances, marked G. B.
T. on one head, and J. Day & Cos. on the other, will
return them, no questions will be asked, and I will in
form him where lie can hook a plenty.
! March 21. 7tf G. B. TERRY.
THE co-partnership heretofoie existing between
J. S. SMITH, F. A. FAIRCHILD & R. W.
MORRIS, was dissolved on the 24th of February last,
by mutual consent. The business will be closed by
the subscribers, at the old stand
.1. S. SMITH,
F. A. FAIRCHILD.
N. B.—We again invite those indebted to come
forward and pay before return day is over, us our notes
and accounts must be dosed.
March 21. 7;f J. S. SMITH & Cos.
THE co-partnership heretofore existing, under the
linn of THOS. H. SMITH & Cos , in the citv of
Columbus, was dissolved by mutual consent on the sth
inst. Those indebted to the late firm, will make pay
ment to Thos. H. Smith, who is duly authorised “to
settle all the business of the late firm.
THOS. 11. SMITH,
ISAAC 11. SMITH.
Columbus, March 21, IS3B.
The business will be continued by THOS. 11.
SMITH, at the old stand, who has on hand a general
assortment of Groceries, which will be sold low for
cash. 7 It
ALL persons are forewarned from trading for four
PROMISSORY NOTES OF HAND, exe
cuted by me to John Mayhair, for twenty-five dollars
each, dated some time in last of January, or first of
February, 1836, and due the 25th of December next,
thereafter. The consideration of said notes having en
tirely failed, 1 will not pay them unless compelled bv
law. “ D. K. MYERS.
Muscogee county, Ga., March 13. 7 4t
TWENTY DOLLARS REWARD.
M ANA WAY from the subscriber, in Sumter
county, on the 25th day of December last, a
Negro man by the name of STEPHEN, a large man.
of yellow complexion, about forty or fort} -five years of
age, five feet nine or ten inches high, slow spoken, and
very submissive when spoken to ; one or two of his
fore teeth arc out. He carried a large bundle of
clothes with him when he went away from Sumter.—
He was seen lurking about a Mr. Leroy Jenkins’, in
Randolph county, about a week after. He was there,
no doubt, and probably is there yet.
The above reward will lie given for his apprehension
and delivery at Code & Quin's, in Columbus, or for
his confinement in anv jail, so that the subscriber may
get him. MICHAEL MADDEN.
Feb. 1. 52tf
‘'SOETILL be sold, at public Auction, on the fourth
v w Monday in APRIL next, in the town rs Tus
kenee, Macon county. Alabama, the following valua
ble Tracts of COTTON LAND, viz :
W 30 17 24 S 35 13 23 W 34 14 23
E 14 15 23 N 29 15 23 N 19 14 23
W 10 14 23 S 29 15 23 S 22 14 22
E 25 15 22 S 30 15 23 W 6 16 24
N 8 14 23 N 35 15 23 N 14 16 24
E 36 15 22 E 10 14 23 N 1 16 24
N 24 15 23 N 19 15 24 E 30 18 23
W 25 15 22 W 24 15 22 E 25 17 21
Frac. 4 14 22 527 15 22 N 21 15 22
E 13 14 22 E 24 15 22 S 1 16 21
S 24 15 23 S 19 16 25
S 28 15 23 27 14 24 (whole Section.)
Terms of sale—One half payable on the first day
of Jan. 1839, and the other half payable on the first
day of Jan. 1840, with interest from date. The secu
rity required, and other particulars, will be made
known on the day of sale.
The sale to be positive, and the lands sold without
reserve. Titlts warranted.
Executor of William Walker, dec’d.
N. Tl.—All persons who purchased lands from Wil
liam Walker, deceased, or hold his bonds for titles to
Ihe same, arc requested to be at Tuskegee on the day
of sale. • E. H.
At the same time and place, will be sold, the follow
ing tracts :
S 22 15 23 F, 14 16 22 SE J2l 18 21
N 22 15 23 E 18 14 23 S 35 19 21
N 23 16 22 W 21 13 21
Terms, &c. same as above.
March 16. 74t EDWARD HANRICK.
FOR THE CURE OF LI \’ER DISEASES AND INDIGESTION,
And for restoring it healthful action in the
Stomach and Bowels.
THESE HILLS ate decidedly the most superior
that have ever yet been oti'ered to the Southern
public. The healthy influence which they exercise in
correcting the m iritid derauginents of the Liver.
Stomach and Bowels, renders them at once the most
useful, as well as the safest and surest remedy which
can be used in the diseases for which they are recom
The remedial powers of these Pills are confined to
diseases of the Liver, and all those Sympathetic, Se
condary, and Complicated Affections which depend on
a derangment of that important organ, as Dyspepsia, or
Indigestion , Enlargement of the Spleen, Rheumatism,
dependant oil biliary derangment, Palpitation of the
Heart, when sympathetic and symptomatic of diseased
Liver, Siniilatcd Consumption, from enlargement of
the Liver, encroaching upon the cavity of the Lungs,
producing irritation, lmflainmation. and finally suppu
ration in these organs ; Obstructions of the Menstrual
How, from enlargement of the Liver and Spleen, acting
in such conditions as general reservoirs of the blood, di
verting and absorbing those due proportions destined
for the healthful supply of other neighboring organs ;
low, nervous Despondency, dull, heavy Seirils, brood
ing over imaginary evils, /lingering Debility, and oth
er unhealthy conditions of the system, which frequently
follow severe a'tacks of Bilious Fever, or are con
tracted front residences in low, sickly sections of coun
try ; Sr.cowlary Syphilis, in which the Biliary Secre
tions are frequently much deranged, and the general
health and constitution thereby much impaired ; dispo
sition to attacks of Bilious Cholic entirely removed, and
a most excellent remedy in Yellow Jaundice.
These Pills wi 1 cure Bilious Fever, and Ague.
an<t Fever, and arc perhaps the very best remedy for pre
venting attacks of these diseases, by their great virtues
in cleansing the Stomach and Bowels ol irritating ac
cumulations. and restoring the system to healthful and
PRICE, ONE DO’.LAR per Box. accompanied
with directions for their use, to be had genuine and
fresh at the office of Dr. DELONY,
March 22, 1838. 7tf Columbus, Ga.
FOR SALE OR RENT.
TWO Dwelling Houses on Oglethorpe street, one
Dwelling House and Lot on Broad street ; one
| Store on Broad street. Also for Rent three Offices I
I on Broad street, fronting the Columbus Hotel.
JUST received. 25,000 lights Window Sash, of
various sizes, with or without Glass.
Dec. 23. 47tf M. BROOKS, |
STAGE LINE TO FORT GAINES.
THE public are informed that, a line of Stages has !
beeii put on the route to Fort Gaines, via Flo-j
! rence and Irwinton. leaving Columbus (starting from j
1 Whiteside’s Tavern) every Tuesday and Friday, at 6 i
| o’clock A. M . and arrive’at Irwinton -ante day by 6 |
p. M.; leaving Fort Gaines every Sunday and Thurs- j
lav. at 6 P- M.
Stage office, itt Columbus, at John Whiteside’s ; at
the Tavern in Florence ; in Irwinton, at Morrison’s : 1
l Fort Gaines, at Sutltfi’. l :.
BISSELL & WHITESIDE, Proprietors, i
March 6. ®tf
THE ART OF SELF-DEFENCE,
TAUGHT AT THE OGLETHORPE HOUSE.
MR. BAUGE \thc Pugilist) most respectfully j
informs the Gentlemen of the city of Columbus, i
and its vicinity, that be will continue to take Scholars j
un'il the first of April next. The art of Boxing and
Wrestling, with various other branches of Self-De
fence will be taught to perfection. Payment is not rc
-1 qaired m advance, and if full satisfaction is not given.
no charge will be made. Mr. B. will teach at his 1
! Gymnasium, (at the Oglethorpe House,) every day
from 12 to 2, and from 9 to 10 at night.
Private lessons will he given at G* nt'-mien’.. houses
! from 9 to 12 A. M.. and from 3 **> 6 P. M.
Mr. F “ >’i remain m the cits until his c’a;’ is made
j> rs, -t ; -••Vr-h. having in engagement to 611 in
another .er-tion of ‘hig hgta’c. he ‘'t'l not undertaken
I epennd cht-e. ’
1 Mar'li 15, bit
be sold, on the first Tuesday in APRIL
w ¥ next, before the Court House doot itt the town
of CuihbVrt, Randolph county, between the husual
hours of sale, the following property, viz :
Lot of land No. 277, in the Bth district of said county,
levied on as the property of John D. Leopard, to sa
li-fy one ii. fa. issued out of a Justices’ Court of Fay
| ette county, in favor of Waiters Seal vs. John D. Lco
! pard. Levy made and returned to me bv a Constable.
| East half ot lot ol land No. 162, in the 9th district of
j said county, levied on as the property of Martin W.
Britt, to satisfy sundry fi. fas. issued out of a Justices’
Court of said county, in favor of Win, T. Smith vs
said Britl. Levy made and returned to me by a Con
Feb. 26. RICHARD DAVIS, Sheriff.
AT THE SAME TIME AND t’LACE Wrl.L BE SOLD,
One lot of land No. 218. in the slh district of Ran
dolph county, levied on as the proper!v of Sain’l Gil
more and Henry Sutnmerford, to satisfy the ft. fas. is
sued out of a Justices’ Court of Houston county, in fa- I
vor of Charles Haddock vs, Satn’l Giltnort* and Henrv i
Sutnuierford. Levy made and rc.urued to me bv a
Also the south half of lot No. 35. in the 10th district >
ol Randolph county, levied on as the property of Joint i
Chavers, to satisfy two li. fas. issued out of a’Jostices’ ■
Court of Fayette county, in favor of Jesse J. Robin- i
son vs. John Chavers. Levy made and returned to j
me by a Constable.
LEV,'IS GREGORY, D. Sheriff: I
Feb. 24, ’ 4 , s I
WILL EE SOLD, AT THE SAME PLACE, ON THE FIRST j
TUESDAY IN’ MAY NEXT,
One lot of land No. 94, in the 7th district of Ran- ;
dolph county, levied on as the property of Irev Ellett, j
to satisfy three ft. fas. issued out of a Justices’ Court
of said county, in favor C. Alexander vs. Irey Ellett. j
Levy made and returned to me by a Constable.
Lot of land No. 237, in the Bth district of said conn- I
ry, levied on as the property of David Johnson, to sa- j
tisfy one. ft. fa. issued out of a Justices’ Court of Sum- :
ter county, in favor of Joseph W. Little. Property !
pointed out by plaintiff in Execution. Levy made and
returned to me by a Constable.
Lots of land No. 110 and 249, in the 4th district of
Randolph county, levied on as the property of Axiom
Webb, to satisfy two li. fas. issued out of Randolph j
Superior Court, one in favor of Rawls & .lelks vs. Ax
iom Webb, one in favor of John B. Coleman vs. Axi
Also lot No. 26D. and the south half of lot No. 268,
in the slh district of Randolph county, levied on as the
property of Josiah M. Thomley, to satisfy sundry fi.
tas. issued out of Randolph Superior Court and Hous
ton Superior Court.
Also lot No. 29, in the. Bdt district of Randolph
eounty, levied on as the property of John Chiles, to
satisfy one fi. fa. issued out of Elbert, countv Superior
Court, in favor of Welcom and Janies O. Whipple vs.
Also half of lot of land No. 164. in the 9ih and istrict
of Randolph county, known as the half on which voung
Smith now lives, levied on as the property of John
Dixon, to satisfy a fi. fa. issued out of the Inferior
Court of Randolph county, at the suit of the Justices
of the Inferior Court of said countv, vs. Allen L. Jenlts
and said John Dixon and others.
March 24. Sts RICHARD DAVIS, Sheriff.
WILL he sold, on the first Tuesday in APRIL
next, before the Court House door in the town
of Carrollton, Carroll county, between the usual hours
of sale, the following property, to wit:
Lot of land No. 177, m the 9rh district of Carrol!
county, levied on as the properly of John W. Poiner,
to satisfy a fi. fa. issued out of a Justices’ Cotut of
Henry comity, in favor of Jones and Johnson vs. said
John W. Poiner. Levy made and returned to me bv
Lot of land No. 119, in the 10th district, the lot
whereon the defendant now lives, levied on as the pro
perty of Elijah Hendon, to satisfy a (i. fa. issued out of
the Superior Court of Carroll county, in favor of Lew
son Homes vs. said Hendon.
Lot of land No. 35, in the 7th district of Carroll
county, levied oil as the property of James Cash, to
satisfy three fi. fas. issued from a Justices’ Court of
Franklin county, in favor of John P. Carnes vs. said
James Cash. Levy made and returned to me by a
Constable. Property pointed out. by Sam. Knox.
Feb. 22. 4is “ JOHN DEAN, Sheriff.
AT THE SAME TIME AND PLACE WILL RE SOLD,
One sorrel mare and colt, and two feather beds and
bed furniture and bedsteads, levied on as the property
of Neal Stone, to satisfy a fi. fa. issued from Carroll
Superior Court, in favor of Christopher Bowen vs.
Neal Stone. Property pointed out by Jonathan San
ders. February 24, 1838.
Will be sold, at. the same time and place, one red
cow and yearling, and two sows and eight pigs, levied
on as the property of Jonathan Walker, to” satisfy a
fi. fa. issued from Carroll Superior Court, in favor of
Augustus H. Palmer vs. Jonathan Walker and AVil
MATTHEW REID, D. Sheriff
Feb. 24. 4ts
WILL BE SOLD, AT THE S AME PLACE, ON THE FIRST
TANARUS( Es A VIN MA V NEXT,
One negro hoy named Harry, Bsinu years old ; one
negro girl, nine years old. named Charlotte; one sor
rel mare, 8 or 9 years old. one bay horse 5 or 6 years
old. one yoke ol oxen and cart, 3 cows and yearlings,
and one two year old heifer, 4 stacks of fodder, 25
barrels of Corn. 2 feather beds, and furniture and bed
steads, 1 clock. 1 slab, 1 chest, 1 table, 3 pair of plough
gears, and 6 ploughs, levied on us ihe property of John
Bone, to satisfy a fi. fa. issued from the Superior
Court of Madison county, in favor of John Nesbit and
sundry others. Property pointed out by plaintiff and
March 24. Bts JOHN DEAN, D. Sheriff.
WILL be sold, ori the first Tuesday in APRIL
next, before the Court House door, in the town
of Newton, Baker county, within the usual hours of
sale, the following property, to wit :
One lot of land, No. 29” in the 7th district of origi
nally Early, now Baker county, taken as the property
of Thomas E. Whatley, to satisfy sundry fi. fas. is
sued out of a Justices’ Court of Baker county in favor
of L. C. Musgrovevs. Thomas E. Whatley and M.
T. Musm-ovc.” Levy made and returned to me by a
Also lots Nos. 1.2 and 3, in the southeast block,
and Nos. 1 and 2 in the south or middle block, and No.
4in the northwest block. Also the store-house and
land, whereon the house stands, on the north or middle
block, all in the town of Byron, Baker county, levied
on as the property of P. M. Thomas, to satisfy sundry
ft. fas. issued out of a Justices’ Court of Baker county,
in lavor of the administrators of L Bond, deceased vs!
B. W. I hompson and P. M. Thomas. Levy made
and returned to nte by a Constable.
WILLIAM H. HOWARD, Sheriff.
Feb. 24. 4 ts
ALL indebted to the subscribers, either by Note or
Kook account, arc requested to come forward
and make payment, on or before the 10th of March
next. Those who do not comply will find them in the
hands of an Attorney for collection.
Columbus, F.b. 23. 3tf J. S. SMITH & Cos.
IS hereby given to all concerned, that T have charged
lot No. 316. in the 13th district of Houston county,
(prime land.) for its Taxes from the year 1823 to tin
year 1837, inclusive, agreeable to the Tax Law now
in force in this State.
DANIEL DUPREE, r. t. n. ii. c.
Perry, March 9, 1838. 6m6m
THE citizens of Columbus arc requested to call at
the City Hall, where the Clerk will attend from
9 o’clock A. M., until 1 P. M., and from 2 until 5 P.
M. each day, (the Sabbah excepted ) until the 25 h
day of April next, for the purpose of receiving Tax
Returns for the city of Columbus.
J. ROBERTS, City Clerk.
Columbus, March 15, 183S. 6 4t
NOTICE is hereby given, that the partnership
heretofore existing under the firm of STAF
FORD & WOODWARD. Florence. Ga„ is dis
solved by mutual consent. H. W. Wo dward, one of
the late firm, will attend so and settle all the business
of the firm. WM. STAFFORD.
Florence, Stewart county. Ga. Feb. 14. 6m3in
ALT. persons are hereby forewarned from trading
for a certain PROMISSORY NOTE, made
I by myself to Henry Brewer, or bearer, dated the oil; j
j January last payable on the first d>y of March next,!
; for one hundred and twenty-five dollars. As the con- i
| sidcration for which said note was given has failed. 1 j
i am determined not to pav said note, unless compelled !
!by law. WM. STAFFORD. !
Florence. Feb. T 4. 6 3t
I HAVE jurst received, on consignment, and wifi
keep constantly on hand. 100.000 FLORIDA
1 CIGARS, Manufactured bv AVm. McCall, Esq., in
! Quincy. E. SIGOURNEY NORTON, Agent, j
March 8. oif
j I I,L those indebted to us for the years 183 b and
XjbL ’37, arc requested to come forward and settle.—
I Those that do not we shall be under the necessity ol
! discontinuing anv further indulgence,
j Jan. 17. *so.f J. S. SMITH & CO.
ALL persons indebted to E.C. Roberts, by note or
account, are requested to make immediate pay
ment to W.M. SULLIVAN, w-iio is authorised to
collect the same. E. C. ROBERTS.
Jan. 18. oOif
PETIT GULF ( OTTOS SEED,
A1 reduced pi warranted genuine, and for
- sale bv YONGE & ELLIS.
March 15. g,f
’ 4 BBLS Newark Cider,
S’ A ■■ 1 lObew. fre-h Lomn.,
11l • iceeived. ,;tri for ale bv
‘ *'■ larch le. f, f YOJfGE kEI LIS.
TB-nLD be sold, on tile first Tuesday iff APRIL’
¥ V next, at the Court ilbii.se door in the town of
Taiboiton, Talbot county, within ihe legal hours of
sale, the following property, to wit
One sorrel horse, seven years old ; otic yoke of ox-’
on and a cart; orie Jersey wagon and harness; live,
cows and calves, two heifers, and the tritirc stock if
hogs, levied on as the property ( ,f Jeptha M. Stanford,
by virtue of a mortgage li. fa. issued front Talbot Inft-’
rtor Court, to satisfy James A. Chapman vs. Ji'ptha*
Lot ot land No. 131, in the 16th district of drijpnally
Muscogee, now Talbot county, whereon Thorttas Mdl
lins now lives, levied on as the property of Jaihes Gat
lin, to satisfy sundry fi. fas. issued iYotft a Justices’
Court of Hancock county, in lav’or of John Dicksod’
and others vs. James Gatlin. Levy made and returned
to me by Constable.
Also oast half of No. or, in the 24th diktribt bf origi-’
t rally Muscogee, now Talbott county, levied on as the,
property of John Collins, to satisfy sundry fi. fas. issued’
| from a Justices’ Court, in fuvoi* of William Quinerley.
and others vs. John Collins. Levy made and returned*
j to me by a Constable.
! Also the entire stock of goods now on hand of the
• late firm of Maddux & Irby, levied on as the property
! of James J. Irby, surviving copartner of said firm, to’
: satisfy three fi. fas issued from Talbot Inferior Court,
| one in favor of K. Hamilton. J. R. HaVs, L H. Wi-’
I ley, and F. W. Fort, one in favor of Benedict & Bene-’
| diet, and one in favor of William Wright, Hairford
! Smith, Harford Lion and William Cletii vs. James J.-
j Irby, surviving copartner. Said stock of goods con-*
j sists of dry goods, hard-ware, crockery-ware, shoes,’
; hats, &C.
Two houses and lots in the town of Talbotton, to’
wit, one whereon Wilson Parks now lives, and the’
I other whereon Janies Thompson now lives, both le-’
vied on as the property of Phillip Long, to satisfy two’
fi. fas. one issued front Talbot Superior Court in far
vor of Ellison Taylor vs. Hamilton L. Wade ami
Phillip Long ; the oilier issued from Talbot Inferio-
Court, Edward W. Russel vs. Phillip Long. Pro-’
perty pointed put bv B. Hill, plaintiff’s Attorney.
THOMAS V. ROBINSON, Sheriff.
Feb. 26. 4t s
STEW ART SALES.
WILL be sold, on the first Tuesday in APRIL
next, before the Court House door in the town’
of Lumpkin, Stewart county, within the Usual hours of
sale, the following property, to wit f
Lot ol land No. 69, m the 19ih district of Stewart
county, taken as the property of Henry Crow, to sa
tisfy two small fi. las. issued out of a Justices’ Court
of Jasper county, ia favor of Elisha Crow.- Levy
made and returned to me bv a Constable.
Feb. 27. 4ts M. M. FLEMING, Sheriff.
AT THE SAME TIME AND PLACE WILL BE SC-U,
One lot of land, No. 182, in the 25th district of ori
ginally Lee, now Stewart county, taken as the pro
perty of Johnathan S. Rook, to satisfy one small fi. fa.
issued from a Justices’ Court of Newton county, in
favor of William Stanford vs. said Rook. Levy made
and returned to tnc by a Constable.
Also one store house and lbt, containing one hnlf
acre, as the property of M. O. Snelgrove, to satisfy
sundry ft. fas. issued from a Justices’ Court of Stew
art county, in favor of James Beard vs. said Snel
grove. Said store and lot is part of the lot whereon’
E. E. Beard. Esq. now lives.
LEONIDAS AV. IIILL, D. Sheriff.
Feb. 25; sts
WILL BE SOLD, AT THE SAME PLACE, ON THE i fnf*
TUESDAY IN MAY NEXT.
Lot of land No. 52, in the 23d district of originally
Lee, now Stewart county, taken as the property of
Uriah Perkir s, to satisfy two fi. fas. issued out of the
Superior Court of Stewart county, one in favor of Da
niel Richardson, the other in favor of John Peabody.
Property pointed out by Daniel Richardson.
Also one fourth part of lot No. 68, in the 2!(U disi
trict of Stewart county, taken as the property of iVil
liani Adare, it being his interest in said lot of land, to
satisfy two small fi. fas. issued out of a Justices’ Court
of Madison county, in favor of Meroney & Banks.—
Levy made and returned to me by a Constablb.
Also lot No. 173, in the 23d district of Stewart coun
ty, taken as the property of A. S. Miltofi, to satisfy
one fi. fa. issued out of a Justices’ Court of Burke
county, in tavor of A. H. Ral, administrator of J. J.
Hal, deceased. Property pointed out by plaintiff’s
Attorney. Levy made and returned to me by u Corn
At the same time and place will be sold, lot of land
No. 100, in the 33d district of Stewart county, taken
as the property of E. R. Heath, to satisfy two fi. fas.
issued out of a Justices’ Court of AVilkerson county,
in favor of V A. Brazzill. Levy made and returned
to me bv a Constable.
March 26. M. M. FLEMING, Sheriff.
AT THE SAME TIME AND PLACE WILL BE SOLD.
Abb. a negro fellow. 35 years old ; Milchiel, a fel
low 21 years old, levied on as the property of Ro
bert Reynolds, to satisfy one fi. fa. from Stewart Infe
rior Court, in favor of Anderson Corum vs. Robert
Reynolds, Richard Pickett ami John Reynolds.
LEONIDAS W. HILL/D. Sheriff.
March 24. Sts
WILL bo sold, on the first Tuesday in APRIL
next, before the Court Bouse door in the town
ol Greenville, Meriwether county, between the usual
hours of sale, the following property, to wit:
Two negroes, Mike, a man, about thirty-eight years
of age, and I.uey, a wonmii, i lift t ia yooro of agf;,
levied on as the property of Thomas Bateman, to
tisfy a mortgage fi. fa. in fav r of Dixon Cureton
against Thomas Bateman. Property pointed out in
said mortgage fi. fa.
MORRIS G. TOWLES, D. Sh’ff.
Jan. 22. 51ts
AT THE SAME TIME AND PLACE WILL BE SOLD,
One sorrel horse, saddle and bridle, levied on ns the
property of Isaac M. Tate, to satisfy a fi. fa. in favor
of James Walker vs. Isaac M. Tate.
Also four negroes, levied on as the property of
Bazzel Cone ; Sarah, a woman about 20 years of age,
and three small children, Mary, a girl, Short, a boy,
and Jane, a girl, to satisfy sundry fi. fas. in favor of A.
L. Grant, George D. Sharp, Duncan and Ilarl and
others vs. Bazzel Cone. Levy made and returned to
me by a Constable.
Also John C. Willingham's interest in lot cf land
No. 207, in the 11th district of formerly Troup, now
Meriwether county, levied on to satisfy sundry fi. fas.
m favor of Daniel Keith and others. Levy made and
returned to me by a Constable.
One negro boy, by the name of Daniel, about nine or
ten years of age. levied on as the property of Richard
I. Loyd, to satisfy a fi. fa. in favor of Zachariah White
vs. said Loyd. Levy made and returned to me by a
Feb. 21. MORRIS G. TOWLES, Sheriff.
AT THE SAME TIME AND PLACE WILL BE SOI D,
One bay horse, levied on as ihe property of Britton
Price, to satisfy a fi. fa. in favor of Mary T. Switzer
vs. said Price.
One lot of land No. 28, in the Ist district of formerly
Troup, now Meriwether county, levied on as the pro
perty of Isaac Hammonds, to satisfy a fi. fa. in favor of
Harrison Crow vs. said Hammonds. Levy made and
relumed to nte bv a Constable.
SAMUEL DARDEN, D. Sheriff.
Feb. 21. 4ts
WILL EE SOLD. AT THE SAME PLACE, ON THE FIRST
TUESDAY IN MAY NEXT,
One lot of land No. 47, in the 10th district of for
merly Troop now Meriwether county, levied on as tho
property of Isaac Henson, to satisfy a fi. fa. in favor of
Henry “Dunn, Jr. vs. said Isaac Henson. Levy made
and returned to me by a Constable.
Also one lot of land No. 233, in the 2d district of
formerly Troup, now Meriwether county, levied on as
the property of Edward Magrttder. to satisfy a fi. fa.
in favor of Reuben Ransom vs. said Magruder. Levy
made and returned to nte by a Constable.
Also two negroes, one woman by the name of Sylva,
about eighteen years of age, and her child bv the name
of Jane, levied on as the properly of Bazzel Cone, to
satisfy sundry fi. fas. in favor of Willi am Sheppard,
Campbell McDougald and Harris and others vs. Baz
MORRIS G. TOWLES, Sheriff.
AT THE SAME TIME AND PLACE WILL BE SOLD,
One lot of land No. 78. in the 11th district of for
merly Tron, now Meriwether county, levied on as the
property of Isham P. Pool, to satisfy a fi. fa. in favor
of Thomas Putman vs. said Pool. Levy made and
returned to me bv a Constable.
SAMUEL DARDEN, D. Sheriff.
March 26. Sts
-nrILL be su'd, ori the first Tuesday in APRIL
[ w V next, before the Court House door in the town
1 of Franklin, Heard county, at the usual hours of sale,
| the following property, viz :
One lot of land No. 160, in the 12th district of origi
nally Carroll, now Heard county, levied on as the pr<-
! perty of Robert J. McCurdv. to satisfy two fi. fas. in
favtr of Thomas Broddus, issued ot t of a Justices’
j C-ur in Jasper county,Ga. The said property point
ed out by the plaintiff. Levy made and returned to
me by a Constable.
Also will be sold, at the same time and place, the
j State’s interest in No. 28. in the 13th district of for
! meriy Carroll, now Heard county, agreeably to an act
ol the last Legislature. Terms made known on the
j day of sale.
Also one lot of land No. 298, in the 3d district of
formerly Coweta, now Heard county, levied on as the
property of Samuel Kite, to satisfy his tax for the year
1836. Tax due, 98 cents. Levy made and returned
t to me by a Constable.
WILL EE SOLD, AT THE SAME PLACE, ON THE FIRST
TUESDAY IN MAY NEXT,
A negro bov bv the name of Bill, about 22 years of
age ; also Nat, a bov about 7 years ot age ; Job, a
1 boy about 5 years of age, and Siller, a woman, about
14 yea's of age, levied on as the property of Joseph
Morrow, to sa’ifv a mortgage fi. fa. in favor of Albert
Scars against Joseph Morrow. Property pointed cut
, bv sain mortgage fi. fa.
” Kcb. 23. 4*s POSEY JOHNSTON. Sheriff.
AT tin . AML rmr; AND rtACI WILI r * SOLD.
On- cotton ;nt and running gear, levied od as f 6e
pToricrtv cf 1 ho; O. Dunlap, tn favor of George W.
, 1 u ren'm” v r-i'd Punlat>. _
‘rl.OUi-L W. CRAWFORD, D. Sheriff,
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