For the Sentinel and Herald,
THE BANK ARISTOCU A r V.
The hirelings and bought up cattle , as Mr.
Clay would call them, of Nicholas Biddle,
are bent upon the establishment of an exclu
sive order of aristocracy in this free, simple
republican government. Their lord and
master has given out the command : down
with the democracy—away with ■ qua! rights
— crush down the liberties of the peojde, and
bury tltcir constitution under your feet, fir
they shall be my bondsmen, and by their tabors
will Ibe exxlted I'iie-e tniugs, sa.th King
Nicholas. I declare u t< you, shall he
done, or von shall suffer the penalties of fail
ing obedience to my mandat- s.
Under this wijierial ord r, tve do not won-
tier that that s rvile print, the Mobile ‘ Mer- \
cantile Advertise ,’ should take it upon itse fj
to assail the democratic resolutions of M is i
cogee county. Gi., with the nivni t to
involve them in the foul sli ne of its pol-1
luting t’alsehooils. These resolutions stand i
far above ttie contracted views of the ‘AI \
vert iter,’ bound as it is t v specific rules and !
mandates, and not daring to think or ro speak
one ttioug.it 1 eyotnl these mandates of its
imp rial master.
These resolutions do not * strike at the root
of industry,’ but they stir up that soil which
susta ns indu t y —rive it a firmer and deep
er hold, that its branches may expand and
smother that noxious mushroom tititLr
grmvlh, which is exhausting the sap of the
noil without lal>o . They do not ‘ naralvze
enterpri e,’ hut they would open a wider
field for the enterprising genius of n ir enun
trytnen, iintramme!l and by such Legislative
favors as are designed alone to he extended
to those who are already wealthy, on the
credit of those who are poor. Nor would
they ‘ rob honestly acquired wealth n‘‘ its ad
vantages,’ but they would stay that foul and
daring band which, even nmv, although in
the wane of its desolating power, still -e ks
to overthrow the government, enslave the
people, and establish, upon the ruins of their
constitution, a powerful and tvrauical mo
nied aristocracy. Talk of ‘ robbing honestly
acquired wealth of its advantages.’—who
but the federal bank party, the ragged
aristocracy of the country, is attempting this?
Who but the masters of this same 1 Adver
tiser’ a>e seeking to filch from the pockets of
honest laborers a yearly stipend, wherewith
to guild their palaces and support their
“princely hanqueN ? These are ihe ‘■Adver
tiser's’ ‘ advantages’ of wealth, and this is the
way it would have them 1 honestly acquired’
TANARUS! tfhi'ld audacity with wli ch the 4 J\ler
cantile Advertiser’ exhibits its servility to the
mandates of* wealth, 1 honestly acquired’ hv
shaving the people with rags and ragged
pro mines, shews ihe desperate determination I
of its masters, in the avowed design of esta
blishing an aristocracy of wealth, with exclu
sive privileges, above the poor and laboring
classes of the people. We cannot belter ex
pose lite r designs than by giving the logic, of
ihe ‘ Advertiser’ itself on the subject, ft
says, 1 We ask what is the diff rence in
point of fact, between bank stock, railroad,
canal or other stock, which the poor man. as
well as the rich, is at liberty to huv and to
hold to (he extent of his means; aid #nv
other description of property, oraa t/ other
privilege or immunity xrhich money can ac
quire.’ What freeman who can retd this
significant question without astonishment and
disgust, aud without pitv for the slavish worm
who could he so reckless of all honest* q nf t
self-respect as to ask i< ? What difibrenc-* W
thare between hank and railroad stork, which
may bp duly and legally authorised hv law,
and which cannoi exist without tti t aethn
rity emanating from the people—wd>a’ differ
ence is liiere between thi* kind of stock and
any other privilege nr immunity which mo
ney can acquire? in plain English, what andi r
sere nee is there between tho-e rights sn-l pri
vileges which mnv he du'v conferred hv ‘e
gisUtive enactments, and snv privilege or
immunity which tnav he acquired hv the
power of money? H-'re is at once a n’ain
and pa pa hie acknowledgement, on the part
of the Federal Bank party, bv one of its most
faithful organs, that all the privileges and
immunities which money can acquire, are in
fact equal to any which msv ho given or
vested, hv the government and laws of the
country, that the power of money is in all
respects equal to the powers of the govern
ment, and tlnr ‘ any privilege or immunity
which money can acquire,’ is beyond the
reach of the government and laws, because
being equals in power, each must stain! inde
pendent of the other. This is ihe true doc
trine of the Federal Bank party. They
claim the right to establish a great monied
power, equal to the government and above
the laws of the country, irresponsible to anv
other power save the>r immaculate King.
Let it now he ‘proclaimed from the house
tops —let it he t limped forth from the towers
of the temple of onr liberty—and let every
mountain and valley re-echo these startling
truths, which are now openly ami holdlv
declared by the whig aristocracy of the north
The democracy of Muscogee, and of the
whole State of Georgia, may now see through
the design ol this attack upon their Resolu
tions. These Resolutions declare for ihe
lights and liberties of the people,so far as the
Constitution of the country guarantees those
rights ; and they denounce those usurpations
of power, whether acquired hv money or any
other corrupting influence, which in their
tendency must subvert those rights and
crush our liberties; and fir these honest
declarations—fir thus proclaiming our senti
ments as freemen, we are denounced in the]
most vulgar and vile strains hy that hireling;
organ of whig despotism, the ‘Mercantile
Advertiser,’ of Mobile.
Let the people open their eyes upon the
fearful destinies that hang around them—let
them arouse from their lethargy, and with
the powers of a Hercules, shake o!F the rank
ling chains of that monied despotism which
would crush every vestige of their freedom,
and which even now defies the government I
and laws of their country. Then shall the
sun of our glorious liberty once more shine
upon us in all the heautv of its simplicity,
restoring peace, and prospe itv
throughout our beloved Union.
AUTHOR OF THE RESOLUTIONS.
August S. 1838.
To the editor of the H'etumpka Argus:
Sir: Tae undersigned, oemg apj.used that
many of the inhabitants of the Territory m
Alabama, lately ceded to the United Siales b\
4lie Creek tribe of Indians, have Itecmne th
holders of Reservations of land, eituer by im
mediate purchase from the original Indian j
Reset* vee or transfer from such purrhas .
And, by an Act of the late session u C >n
grets, it being rend* red competent for the
pattut to sucii lands to he issued in the name
of the lust boua Jitle transferee, as well as to,
the first purchase! —an<t it being contem
plated by the government shortly to issue |
patents to such reservation in cases in winch
there may lie ‘approved contracts tor them,
have taken the liberty, f r the inf ininlion
and benefit of thp people of that district of
county, generally who may be interested. 1
to make this communication, and also to
forward the form of the transferor assign
ment prescribed to be used, and other par
ticulars of the regulations of the Land office
Department, under the hope that you would
give publication to them, in order that those!
persons desirous of obtaining patents might,
prior to their application for them, make pre-j
paration in due form accordingly. Many of
those to whom this information would be ac-!
ceptable are subscribers to vour paper, and ;
by its diffusion through your columns you will I
doubtless confer a favor upon them. As it
rpav be the means of facilitating the business!
of such claimants in the obtaining of their
patents, the undersigned will, during their
stay the present fall iu Washington, asattor
nies lor the parties, jtersonally bestow their
attention in all cases ot the kind in which their
services may be requested.
It w.ll be proper to add that the aforesaid
: deeds, when in possession of the parties,
transfers, &.c. should be forwarded in order
jto he presented on the application lor the
patent to the proper department.
Very respect full v, &c.
THOS. J. ABBOTT,
Form of the Transfer.
For value received, I (or we)
j of the county of an 1 state of
, do hereby assign, transfer, and set over unto
of all my (or our)
! ‘"in! I. title, clam, and demand to a tine; of
j I Hid, purchased by trie (or us) of
: b-dgriated as the half of Section
n mVr in Township number
I of liange number siluate in the da
rnel of lands subject to sale at and
r t q iest that a patent may he issued to said
, his heirs or assigns. Witness
•nv hand and seal, this d.iyof
A. D 183 * (Seal.)
Acknowledged before me ibis dav
of A. D. 183
•A 'otr. —The designation of the tract must
invariably he given in writing , without ab
If the assignment is not acknowledged he
lore either the Register or Receiver, it sh-ui and
attested by two witnesses, and acknowl
edged either before a Notary Public or Jus
tice of the Pence, and attached thereto, in the
latter case, there must he a certificate of Ma
gistracy by the Clerk of the proper County
Court, under his official seal.
From the Albany Argus.
A FALLACY OF THE U. S. BANK EX
The resumption of specie payments bv the
hanks of this stale, and the course which Mr.
Biddle has been driven to adopt since, com
pletely solves the problem in regard to the
power of bringing about a resumption with
out the aid of a national bank. Mr. Biddle,
in his letter of the sth of April, claims all the
merit, for the U. S. Bank, of the resumption
alter the war; and he intended to deter our
hanks from resuming by conveying the idea
that without the aid of his hank such a thing
was impossible. But it is now demonstrated
to the world, that the banks of a single slate
can resume specie payments, not only with
out the aid of a national bank, hut in the
face of ail the hostile influence of a U.
Bank. Phis is a great triumph to the cause of
honest principles, and effectually overturn*
one of ttie fallacies most relied on to force a
re-charter of a great national regulator.
What fair minded man can review the
events since the suspension, and not come to
tne conclusion, that to the firmness of the
general administration in adhering strictly
to the laws <it Congress in regard to the cur
rency, are we mainly indebted for an early
resumption of specie payments? If the ad
ministration had given way, and adopted the
irredeemable policy, is there the shadow of
probability that ttie* banks would have been
paying specie at this time ? It la required
me whole power of the government, and of the
banka of New York, sided by toe powerful
mpulse of pit tike opinion to htiug Mr. Biddle
and the cotton speculators up o ihe standard
of gold and silver. The profits ofi his hank
in buying bv one measure and selling by
another, were too important to be surrender
ed without a struggle. And it has been hv
compulsion alone, that the gre t irredeema
ble has been brought to the constitutional
standard. An nrniv of public opinion, too
formidable to be resisted, was arrayed against
ihe shin-plaster dynasty ; and on seeing the
determined spir-t of the people, the great cap
tain of the irredeemables concluded that the
heller purl of valor was discretion, and that
it was better to compromise and settle ba
lances, than to grapple with an abused and
CITY HALL, Columbus,Ga. >
Augus, 12. 183S. )
Called meeting of Council, 10 o’clock, A.
M. Present, Ins Honor the Mayor, and Al
deimen Read, Hooper, Smith, Lewis, Ware,
V\ iliiams, Allen. Ciiipley, and Brooks.
By Alderman Lewis: Resolved, That P.
Laney and bmthers he authorised to erect a
lish tiap in the river, just below the bridge,
and in theevent of its proving profitable to said
Laney and brothers, that they pay a reasona
ble amount per annum for the same, during the
term ol ihiee years, to be judged of by the
Aldei man Chipley offered the following as
And that Win. McGee have one hundred
yards of the river bank, opposite the old Hos
pital, for a fishery, on the same terms.
Whereupon, Alderman Williams offered
the following as a substitufe for the resolu
tion and amendment:
Resolved, That the fishing privilege on the
Chattahoochee river, within tiiis city, as may
he directed hy the Mayor, be let by the Mai
shall. to tiie highest bidder, after giving ten
days’ n,t < e of the time and place of renting;
upon the adoption of which the yeas and nays
were called for, and ordered to be placed on
the journals. Yeays 6, noes 1. Those who
voted m tlie afii mitive were Messrs. Read,
Hooper. Williams, Alien, Ciiipley and Biodkm.
! N'grative, Mr. L- vv.s.
By Alderman Read : Resolved, That the
building of a conductor to the end of the
lowei sewer, and the securing the river
hank, be let out to the lowest bidder, after
five dais’ notice, under the direction of the
Mayor, and that he superintend the work,
and that bond and security be required, war
ranting the work five yearn.
By Alderman Read : Resolved, That the
Marshall be requested to kill all dogs found
running at large iri the streets of this city in
the mgiit, unprotected hy their owners, or
some other person having the charge of them,
after the 10th of September next; upon the
adoption of which the yeas and nays were
called for, and ordered on ttie journals.—
Those vvio voted in the affi mative were
Messrs. II ad. Hooper, Williams, Chipley
and Allen. Those who voted in the nega
tive. Messrs. Lewis and Brooks.
The sptcial committee to whom was re
ferred the petition of W. E. Jones and others,
made their report, and nfleinl the following
i ordinance, which was read and passed :
| Be it ordained, by the Mayor and Council,
I fmt ihe North Eist portion of the city mm
i tooi.s. lying East of the grave yard ami North
oi i e road leading to the residence of W. E
u mv s. be, and the same is hereby, set apar;
j tin school purposes, for three yea's, from and
alter ihe first ot J inuurv next ; provided,
tint a road, at least one hundred and twenty
leet wide, slidl be left open, running North
and South, along the Eastern line of the
g r ave yard.
Be it further ordained, That W. E. J mes,
J. Boykin, \\ m. H. Mitchell, and S. Boykin,
he. and are hereby, appointed trustees for
i said schoo 1 until the school have been orga
nised, when the patrons of said school nnv se
lect trustees at such time and place as may he
Be it further ordered, that it shall be the
duty of said Trustees to .cause the pine
shrubbery anti undergrowth to be cleared off
said commons, and the same he neatly fenced
Council then adjourned until Saturday, Bth
inst. 10 o’clock, A. M.
A true extract from the Journals.
Published bv order of the Board,
i J. ROBERTS, City Cierk.
COLUMBUS PRICES CURRENT.
CORRECTED WEEKLY BY ALLEN AN!) YOUNG.
BAGGlNG—Kentucky. - - yd 00 23 aOO 25
Inverness, ------ yd 00 22 aOO 24
American Tow, - - - - vd 00 00 aOO 00
BALE HOPE, lb 00 12 aOO 14
BACON—Hams - - - - lb 00 14 aOO 15
Sides. - ------ lb 00 13 aOO 14
Stioulders, - - - - - - lb 00 11 aOO 12
BEEF—Mess, ----- bbi 1000 all 00
Prime. ------- bbl 760 a 900
BU F TEii.-—Jbshen, - - - lb 00 25 aOU 37$
Western. - - - - - - lb 00 25 aOO 31
GA.\ Dl.ES—^'Sperm, - - - tb 00 4a aSO 00
Ta.low, lb 00 15 aOO 20
HASTINGS, lb 600 a 700
JHEE3E—Not them, - - - lb 00 16 aOO 20
JOT ros, lb 00 5 aOO 85
COFFEE—llavanna green, - lb 00 15 aOO 16
Kin. tb 00 13 aOO 15
FlSH—Mackerel, Nn. I, - - lb 00 12 aOO 14
“ “ 2, - - lb 10 00 al2 50
“ “ 3, - - lb 900 950
Herrings, ------ box 2 Ot) aOO 00
FLOCK —Northern, - - - bbl 11 00 12 00
Western, ------ bbl 1000 alO 50
Country, ------- bbl 900 a 1000
GRAIN—Corn, - -- -- bn 100a00 00
Wheat, ------- bo 02 00 aOO 00
GUNPOWDER, - - - - 7so 8 s'*
HIDES. ib (K ‘'4-. Ufc 8i
IKON, lb 00 6 *OO ’
L.ARD, ....... ik U 0 li aUO 12
LI vli*. - - • - . . . . cn>K 400 tt 500
VI JIASSES—N. Orieans, - ga’ 01, 45 aOO 50
NAILS, In 00 9 0b 10
PORK—Mess, lb 00 23 aOO 25
Prime ....... Ib 00 16 Go 2L
PEPPER, In m iYvi 00 15
PEAS ------- - Ini 0u 7a a tuO
RAISINS, ------ box 250 4OU
RICE Ib 00 6 aOO 7
SPIRITS—Brandy, Cognac, gal 175 a2 25
Peach, gal 1 12i 150
Apple, ------- gal 00 58 aOO 60
GlN—Holland, ----- g a l 150 a 175
Domestic, ------ ea | 00 62j aOO 65
RUM—Jamaica, ----- gal 177 a 225
Domestic ------ gal 00 58 aOO 62
WHISKEY—Irish, ... g a | 00 00 a 400
Monongahela, ----- gal 008?£a Ito
New Orleans, ----- gal 00 55 aOO 60
SUGAR—New Orleans, - tb 00 9 00 11
St. Croix, ------ |b 00121a 00 14
Loaf, lb 00 20 OO 25
SALT, - - sack 350 a 375
SOAP, lb 00 8 aOO 10
SHOT, lb 225 a 250
STEEL—Cast, lb 00 183a 00 25
German, - - - - - - lh 00 00 aOO 15
Blistered, lb 00 12 a 00 20
r ALLOW. lb 00 S aOO 9
TEA—Green, lb 100 a 150
B'ack, lb 00 00 aOO 75
fOßACCO—first quality, - - lb 00 40 aOO 50
Second quality. - - - - lb 00 15 00 25
WlNES—Madeira,L. P. - - gal 300 a 350
Sicily, ------- gal 150 a 175
Malaga, gal 00 62* a 00 70
Claret, Marseilles, - - - box 500 a 600
Claret. Bordeaux. - - - box 6OOa 700
fCy We are authorised to announce JOHN B.
HATCHETT. Esq. a candidate for a seat in the
represen'ative branch in the next General Assembly
in October next. Harris co. Aug. 8 28 3t
9HLLEDGEVILLEE COURSE, GA.
TAHE annual JOCKV CLUB fall meeting will
commence on Monday, the 12th o NOVEM
BER next, and continue six days. The following
purses will b given :
Ist day—a post stake, four mile heats—entrance
live hundred dollars, two hundred and fifty forfeit;
three or more to make a race : to close Ist October,
and name a! the s'and.
Iverson & Bonner, 1
2d day—Mile heats for a fine silver Pitcher and
Cup, worth $200; for col sand fillies two or three
years o.d, $25 entrance; three or more to. make a
3d day—Two mite heat* free fi>r all—purse. S3OO
1 h day—Three mile heats free fur all—purse, 500
sth dav—Four mile heats, free for all—purse, luOO
6ih day—One mite he vs—bes’ 3 in s—purse, 400
H. F. YOUNG & Cos., Proprietors.
July 30, 1838. 31 r
CENTRAL COt’llSE. MACON, GA.
THE RACES over lhis course win continence
on the last Tuesday (30th) of OCTOBER,
and continue five <lnys.
First day, sweepstakes for three year olds entraee
SIOO. with SIOO added by the Proprietors—one mile
heais—ihret or more to make a race.
2J day, two miie heats purse $250
31 day, three mile heats, purse 5 0
4th dav, four nine heats purse 700
5 h day, mile !v ats. best 3in 5. purse SOO
I.KE, HARDIN & Cos., Proprietors.
Aug. 29, 1838. 3j i r
TO COUNTRY DEALERS,
THE subscribers have just received from the Bay.
a splendid assortment of GROCERIES an!
CoNFECTI NARIES. consisting, in part, of
Champaign, Madeira, fine Claret Port Muscat in
boxes or kegs, and Malaga wines, 100 000 best segars
chewing an Ism iking Tobacco, Coffee. Sau
sages, Fulton Market Beef and Tongues, superior
Bitters. Cordials and Syrups, nuts of all descriptions.
Glass Jars. Tumblers and Decanters, toge’her with
every other article in the line, for s lr verv low hv
STARR & RUSE.
Dtafts on New Orleans for sale for Florida or
Alabama money. S & R.
Columbus, Sept. 6,1838. 31 2t
FOR sale at the Depository, Charleston. 200 tons
Railroad Iron, half inch thick, by two and a half
inches wide. If not sold before the first Monday in
October next, will then be offered at auction. Apply
at the office of the S. C. C. R. R. Cos., State street,
Charleston. Aug. 30 1838. 31 4t
AGREEABLE to an order ot the Inferior Court
of Talbot county, Ga.. sitting for ordinary pur
poses, will be sold on the first Tuesday in NOVEM
BER next wi h n the legal hours of sale, before the
Court House door in the town of Taihotton in said
count ,lo sos land Nos. 2! and 22, in square A, of |
said town on one of which said lots the e is z
two story dwelling, smokehouse, kitchen stables car
riage house, &c..a1l ne~.
Also, on the first Tuesday in DECEMBER next
will be sold, within the legal hours, at the Court House
door in the county of Lee, Ga., lot of land No. 8. in
the 3d dis rict of said county of Lee. All to he sold
for the benefit o r heirs and creditors as the real estate
of Abel Camp, late of said county of Ta'bot deceased
ISAAC E. BOWER, Adm’r.
September 3 1838. 31 t s
CT r H.L he soli, on the first Tuesday in DE
w ■ CEMBER next, at the Court. House in
Greenville. Meriwether county under an order of the
hono'able the Inferior Court of said county, when sit
ting for ordinary purposes, lots of land No. 184 and
ISS in the ll’h district of originally Troup now Me
riwether county ; also seven negroes, to wi : Ellick, I
a man: Harry, a man; Jack, a man; Sam, a bov ; •
Bn a bov; Maria, a woman, and Mary a girl j
Most of sail negroes are voting and very like y. Sold
a-a part of the estate of Thomas Matthews. la*e of I
Meriwether county deceas and f>r the benefit of the !
heirs of said deceased. Ttrins accommodating, and
made known on ‘he dav.
THOMAS F. MATTHEWS, Executor.
Aoo tn<t sits
XOIICE To ULBIUitS CREDITORS.
ALL persons having demands against the estate of ,
Elisha S. Norton, la'e of Muscogee county, de
cease! are requested to present them in the time pre
scribed hy the law : and all persons indebted to said
estate are r< quested to make immediate payment, oth
erwise I shall hr compelled t. bnnw suit against them
MICHAEL N. CLARKE. Adm’r.
Columbus. Sept 4 1838. 31 6t
GEORGIA CARROLL C'UNTY.
K r HEKEAS Piney Mixon applies to me for
A? * letters of administration on the estate of John
Muon la'e ot sad county. dect ased—
These are therefore to cite and admonish all and sin
gula the .(inlred and creditors of said deceased, to be
and appear a: my o fice, within the time prescribed hv
aw to show cause if any they have, why said letters
should no - be granted
Given under niv hand at office Aug. 27 1838.
31 4 WM L. PARR, c c. o.
INJUR MONTHS after date application will be
made to the Honorable the Inferior Court of
vluscogee county, when sitting for ordinary purpo-.es,
f.r leave to sell ‘the real estate of Davi t J Britt, laic
of said county deceased, of >vhich the heirs and ex- i
ecutors of said es ate can take no*ice.
CIIAS. D. STEWART. Adm’r.
? PP* All persons having demands against said j
■slate are requested to present ttum within the time
oresenhed by law; and all persi ns indebted are re
-I'iired to make immediate payment.
Septembers 1638. 31 4m
F-U ■< MONTHS af'er da*e t shall apply to the
Hono abie the Inferior Cou t of Meriwether
county, when sitting for ordinary purposes, for leave
o sell all the negro property belonging to the estate of:
John Knight, lase of said county of Meriwethe. de
ceased. ISAAC W. PERKERSON,
Align t 29, IS3S. 31 Adm’r de bonis non.
MONTHS aft- r date application will be
made to the Honorable the Infeiior Court of
Muscogee county, when sitting for ordinary purposes,
for leave to sell the real estate of Francis 0. Ticknor,
otpliau of Orra Ticknor, deceased.
HARRIET C. TICKNOR, Guardian.
September 4, IS3B. 31 4m
FOUR MONTHS after date application will be
made to the Honorable tne Inferior Court of
Muscogee county, when sitting for ordinary purposes,
! for leave to seif the real estate of Elisha'S. Norton,
late of said cotint v, deceased.
MICHAEL N. CLARKE, Adm’r.
September 4, 1838. 31 4m
LEST OF LETTERS
REMAINING in the Post Office at Ca. ! umbuj,
September 1, 1838.
Andrew, Owen Johnson, Miss Carolina 2
Alford, Arthur Jones & Phiiips
Allen, James D Johnson, Caswell 2
Auchinieck, John Johnson, David A
Bennett. At rs Laney Jones, Marcus
Baker, Airs Charioit* Jones, James
Barlow, Jcob Jones, H E
Bedeh, John Keg*, William
B nlon Erasmus Kircher, 9 redrick
8..-worth, John F 2 Lee, Asa
Britt. Edward Lloyd, John 1
Beckwith. Capt Fredrick 2Liggin, Wm
Buchan non. Martit* Luckie, \V m F
Brunson. Thomas 8 Landroone. James M
Brown Mrs R R Lawton, Alvin S *
B a tie, J Lon, Jackson
Bunion, John Lewis, Augustine
Brown, David Leigh, Airs Jane
Bray. George W Lloyd, Mrs Ann Rebecca
Bird, H C Lamer. N S
Ba.dw'in, H D * Levie, Anthony $
Brown, Col HR Lester, John
Brown, Ephraim 3 Leniar, Nathan
Brown, G W Lewis. John C
Brooks Hiram Lary, George
Brown, I P VV Lamdre. Philip
Baol, Mrs Rebecca Lev is J G
8.-oan, E& D Midsi/sker. Paulder 2
Brooks. Janies Mtiard David C
Bakei, W P Morgan. Wm 2
Bowen. T W Mysell, Alfred
B ard, S B More, Wm W
Btlbro, S B Mott, Mrs Nancy
Burkes, David Martin, T S
Boggs, Mtllisa Marshall. Mrs R A
Beethune, Nancy Mauritsen. H D
Benton, E Mulloy. Airs Francs*
Borgn. Wm Monk, John H 3
Bowen, Dr M J Morris, Thomas
Brickcll, Joseph Hills, Jttin R
Biosinaham, Martha Marnre, Henry
Bass, Hearlwell Mathias, W H
Bun Richard Misell, John
Bush, Thomas Mitchell, Miss Catherine
Brannon. Russell Morgan, John W
Barry, Pa'rick Manderson. Elizabeth
Clark, Wm May, Hardy
Cambell, Miss Emelina 2 Moore, Henry
C ark, Thomas McClintotk, Henry
Colloway, Emely MeCuthen Monk
Chapman, J W McFarland, T B
Coan, Bridgit McKinsey, Samuel
C.oandler,Fredrick McKinzay MrsMargarelt
Carrmers, James A McFarland, John B
Cambell, Airs Nancy McGuire. John
Curray, R M McKee, James M 2
Calhoun John McAndrew. Mr
Carlton John W McDaniel. H W
Cambell, Thomas McClelland. Samuel
Canida, Miss Sarah Mt.Reihen, Alex
Clark, Morgan Newman, Jetha
Clapp, Julius R Newton, Joseph
Champin, Asa Nix, Allen
Chaimers, George Nobles, H
Cothenn, James Nixon. James
Cambell, Col John W 8 Nicks, Thoma*
Clovd. Dr N B Nutting, Mr
Cox. Wna Newgent, Z
Clay, Sam C Odum, Dempsey
Cay. G Odum, Richard T
Calhoun, J M 2 Odum, Herbert
Clark, Teresa Oliver, James S 2
Chapman, Allen Obear, T H
Calhoun, Hannah Pertiller, James
Crawford, Mrs Catherine Philips, Mrs Sarah
Culbreaths, Miss Sarah Pace, Wm
Coleman, Joseph Perry, E
Cade, Gtieiford Proten, Wm
Chandler, G C Parkman, Daniel
Bhandier, Sampson Power, Wm R
Darden, A Perry. John
Dunham Chester H Piper, A
Dens. Aliss Ann 4 Perry, Wm
Day, Willis Printt. John W 2
D >rnold, John Peacock, Barnes
Dwight. Henry A Pride, Adolphus T
Davenport, James Pearce, Mrs Nancy
Duck, David Reed, Colonel H
Demarest. M C L Rooney, Lawrence
Donbas, C Harrison Rogland, Miss Elixa
I tibble. Caleb Robinson, Alexander
Dolestane, Alias Sintl.a Randolph. C J
Dorsey. Isham Rodgers. Thomas
Dodge Benjamin Ready, T M 2
Ennis. David Rutherford, John
Estes, H S 2 Redd. AG
Elliott, G W Riley, J
F. kins. John Robertson. Mrs Mary Ann
Eubanks, R .bert Roberts. Dr Z
Elliot, Mrs Mary 2 Robinson. A V
Fishbu-ne., E B 8 Roland. John Z
Fi'xpa'rick* Mahon* Ross, Mary
Fiewellen, Eaton Roberts, James
Fr-er, AG Robinson, Henry Sr
Fulton. Thomas Roberson, James
Fontaine, T F Rail. Mrs Susan
Fowler, Theopholue Roberts, Thos G
Fortune Joshua Richter. Frederick
Fisher, Parker Runnells Mrs Prudence
Fellen, Allen R eeves. Pryor
Eraser. D R Kay, Ra is
Grandand, Miss Eliza Scott, N J
Gladish Mr Charles -.Smith, R W
Gilbert, Wm Sullivan. Airs Josephine
Gilder. G P Shivers, Mrs Sarah
Guthrie, W W Staliings. Mrs Charlotte S
Query, W B Sullivan, Robert
Griffin, Miss Mary Strel, Chas H
-Godfrey. James G 2 Simpson, Alexander
Glenn, Miss Lane Simmons, Moses
Grover, Miss Mary 3 Smith John
Gletree. F Hamond Stassler, Capt Wm
Glenn, Miss Susan Smith, Vincent A T
Graham, James Scott, Miss Amanda
Gray,Phillis Ann Stanlie, W B
Garrett, Mosea Stevens, Green B
Garrett! H B Skinner, John
Gibson, Felix G Skinner. Thomas
Glasscock. Junius Simmons Thomaa
Golden, Thomas Smith, John D
Oillman, Miss Ann Stassols, Lewis E
Gibson, Dr E R Smith, Capt B W
Grant, John S Stevens. Middleton
Gibson, Miss Eliza Smith, M’ rrett L
Graham. J 2 Shepherd, John Jr
Glasgord. Robinson Smith. Neit
Glean, B F Smith, Daniel B
Harris, Joseph Thomas. B"p,j W
Humphrey, R B % Ttavnick, Wm
Hogan. Henry Taylor, Master Robt H
Hcnderston, Richard Turner, Alathew
Harvel. A1 Towns, Col A P
Holand, Diannah Thompson, Jamas
Hall, Henry Taylor, Job
Hawes, Lewis Towns, Wm
Harris, James W Tanner, Joseph
Harvel, Mayberry Trask, Stetson
Huff, Daniel Town. Nancy
Harp, Henry Unsworth, John
Holland, J Williams, Mrs Eliza P
Hendrixen, J Ward, George C
Holmes, Gilbert Wimberly, Joseph
Hein, Wm White, Mrs Steel*
Hunt, E D Woodson. Green
Hodges, G C Wallis, Benjamin
Hailey, J D Wdlson, J D
Herringdine, Thomas R Watson John
Harney. John Williams, Airs Nancy G
Hill, Edmund 2 White, David L
| Hanson Joseph W hite, Steele
I Hall, George White, Cyrus
j Hooper. John Williams, James D
I Ca-per, W II Watson, Miss Mary R 2
Hooper, R W’hitaker. John 2
i Barker, Wm Willis, Mrs Elleijah
Herring, Rich’d Walker, John T
Harrison. Win Walling, I sniel
Hall, Thomas Williams. Dew
Hicks. Barney Wynn, Littleton
! Hun', Mr Warren. John
Howard. N D Ware, John H 2
! Iverson. J H Williams. Leroy
j Tn<rersoll, William Wot her ord. Alfred
Ingersoll. Wm J AVicks. Harriet 2
i Tsler. Mrs Matilda Wes’morelnn t. Mrs Sally
Tnobe, Thomas Wolfe, Inin D 2
Jackson. Wiliam N 3 We Duane
Johnson. Bright AVailing. Mrs Mary
Jordan. Zachariah AVilson Jos W
Jacobi. John C Wills. John 2
John-on. Mrs Ann AVoodrutf. Miss Sarah
Persons calling for anv ot the above Letters
wt>l please sav thev are advertised.
31 At JAMES VAN NESS. Post Master.
RSrt acres op hand for sale.
TrIE subscriber having determined to settle in
Macon, Ga will sell his lands in Russell county,
Alabama, (containing six hundred and eighty acres,
but will sell one half of the land to suit purchasers )
ten miles from Columbus, between the big and little
Uchee creeks. On the lan** is a comfortable dwelling
house and out houses, and good stables. &c with up
wards of one hundreu acres in cultivation, with good ■
water and several springs. Also is situa ed in a
neighborhood of good society, and within one mile of a
! good scha >1 and church. Possession will be given at
j any time after the first of October. The purchaser
will have the privilege of purchasing ali my stock oi
I cattle and also corn and fodder, and many things
of convenience, all of which I will sell a’ a reasonable
price. Indulgence will he given to suit the purchasers.
Russel co.-. Sep. 6, 1638. 31tf
A GREAT BARGAIN !
TAN YARD FOR SALE.
THE subscriber offers his TAN YARD, to-’
gether with the houses and outhouses, and j
twenty-live acres of good land, all under good enclo
sures for sale low for cash or approved paper, on short
time, together with all the tools and implements be
longing to the said Tan Yard. There is also an ex
cellent” well of water and an extra Bark Mill on the
Persons wishing to obtain this property cheap,
would do well to make immediate application to
or to A. Levison, Esq., in Columbus, Ga.
Columbo-, Aug. 29. 1838. 30 13t
THE CONFECTIONARY business heretofore
carried on by Code & Quin, will hereafter be
continued at the old stand on Broad street, by
i Columbus, Aug. 22 2Tf JOHN QUIN !
SniUMBS & DAVIS,
attormkys at law,
APALACHICOLA AND ST. JOSEPH, FLA.
Reference to any M reliant in either city.
Apalachicola, July 13, 1838. 25y
RBLS.naw I'hoinaston Lime expected by
the Steamer Oceo>a, from Apalachicola.—
Will he sold to v if taken at the wharf.
Nov. 16. 44tf \VM P. YONGE, Front at.
A HEALTHY WET NURSE, for which a
liberal pru e will be given.
July lfr 23tf S. M. JACKSON.
DR. COWARD DELONV,
Office on Broad Street, nearly opposite the
Post Office. April 12, 1838. 10;f
TWO very desirable ROOMS, over the store of
Hamilton, Hard & Cos. For terms apply to
June 28 21 ts H. H. & CO.
VF c* ived and for sale bV
Aug. 22. 23 f *S. M. JACKSON.
J'Ed'KTk'.BS. Live Geese Feathers, just re
jl/VV cened din! ‘or sale bv
RANKIN. Mc.CAUAID & WISE.
One 21 46tl
PETIT GI'LF COTTON SEED,
AT reduced prices, warranted genuine, and for
sale by YONJE & ELLIS.
March 15. 6lf
THE STORE recently occupied by the sub
scribers. Also TWO ROOMS suitable for
O.tices or Bed Rooms, in the upper story of the same
building. Persons wishing to rent will apply to J. N.
& J. .VI. Beihune.
SMALLEY, CRANDALL & Cos.
June 14. I9tf
THE subscribers having this day formed a co
partnership in the Bookselling business, and ta
ken the slock of the la’e firm of 1. C. Plant & Cos. at
Columbus, the business will be conducted under the
firm of PLANT & NORTON.
T. H. PLANT,
J. A. NORTON.
Columbus, July 18. 1838. 25tf
HEARD AND WELSH,
BOSTON, Mass., have for sale American Gin, of
Eagle, Anchor, and other brands; American
Brandy of all proofs, pure i-pirits, Imitation Rums,
New Rum and Alcoh 1. Orders will be punctually
attended to, arid the Liquors put up in good barrels or
lihds. at t e option of the purchaser. Strict attention
will also be given to the shipping of Liquors ordered.
Boston, Ma 26,1838. 19tf
THE COLUMBUS HOTEL, well known as
one of the best stands in this city. Possession
given the Ist of October next.
Also for sale or rent, a HOUSE and LOT, will*
convenient out buildings. Apply to
Columbus, August 1, 1838. 26tf
STRAYED OR STOLEN,
ON the fourth lust., a bay MAKE, with a star in
her forehead, about ten years old. Any person
delivering oi giving information to either Joseph
Brown, 24 miles east of Columbus, on the Express
route to Macon, or to R. 11. Freeman, of Columbus,
shall be liberally rewarded.
JOSEPH BROWN, Sen.
Columbus, Aug. SO, 18SS. 303 t
TEXAS LAND CLAIMS.
PERSONS having Claims for LAND IN TEX
AS, either by purchase, or as the representatives
of Soldiers who were killed in the army of Texas, can
have those claims immediately attended to. if applica
tion is made to me. The relatives, and legal repre
sentatives oi Soldiers amt Officers of the Georgia Bat
talion, and otheig killed in the service of Texas, will
have choir claims located and attended to, if entrusted
to my care.
Letters, post paid, directed to me at Columbus,Ga.,
will receive prompt a tendon.
Aug. 28 1338. 304 t THOS. G. GORDON.
NEW RACES OVER THE HARRISON
COURSE, IRWTNTON, ALA.
THE RACES over the above course will take
place near Irwin’on Alabama, on the 23d OC
TOBER, for the following purses ;
lsi day mile heals, 8150 00
2d day 2 mile heats, 300 00
3d day 3 mile heats, dOO 00
4th day 4 mile heats, 600 00
sih day best three in five, mile heats, 300 00
The J ickey Club oi this Course met at the Ex
change, in the Club room oi this town, and proceeded
regularly to the appomimen ol officers. On motion
m ido and seconded. Dr. Benjamin P. Harrison was
unanimously elected President ol said Club, Cel. J.
VV. A Petti’ anl Col. Isaac Fort, Vice Presidents,
Mr. Jno R. Fort, Secretary and Treasurer.
This Club is now regularly organised and the pros
pects for good sport flattering. The patrons of the turl
in our sister states, South Carolina, Georgia, Tonnes- j
see, Norlh Carolina, and even lh< Old Dominion her
self, should give us a call. We promise them all in
the way of convenience and luxury that anew and
flourish county can afford, and as good a beating too,
if we Can. The proprietor expects them to give him a
chance to do all this, and every thing more necessary
to add to the. sports of the turf, in this portion of the
moral vineyard, wherein he hopes, ere long, to gee
the spirit of ra< ine in its acme.
CRAWFORD SPROWL, Proprietor.
Jno. R. Fort, Sec’y and Treas.
Trwinton. Aug. 18, 1838. So4t
fbj MiK PUBLIC BLESSING which is now
Ji. universally admitted to exisit in PE 1 EKS’
VEGETABLE PILLS, is every day demonstrated
by their astonishing efficacy in all the cases which they
are announced to cure. This is no deceptive or mer
cenary boast, but a fact undeniably proved by ;,UineroQS
certihcates gratuitously ar.:l voluntarily ottered to the
proprietor v.l.u, being a regular Physician, and having
practiced his profession for many years in different
climates, is enabled to offer to the afflicted invalid a
medicine, on the effects of which he is willing to risk
He does not pretend that they arc a positive cure,
or even beneficial in every complaint; but he most
positively believes that in every disease where a cathar
tic or anaperient medicine is needed, they will be found
superior to any of those purgative medicines
which are so much pulled in the public prints as puri
fiers of the blood. When taken according to the direc
tions accompanying them, they are ki'ffily beneficial in
the prevention and cure of Billious Fever, Fever and
Ague, Dyspepsia, Liver Complaints, Sick Headache,
Jaundice, Asthma,Dropsy, Rheumatism, Enlargement
of the Spleen. Piles, Colic, Female Obstructions,
Heartburn, Nausea, Furred Tongue, Distension of
the Stomach and Bowels, Incipient Diarrhoea, Flatu
lence, Habitual Cosuveness, Loss of Appetite, Blotch
ed or Sallow Complexion, and in all cases of Torpor
of the Bowels where a cathartic or apericnt|is needed.
They are exceedingly mild in their operation,producing
neither nausea griping nor debility.
Wherever these Pills have been once introduced
nto a family, they become a standing remedy, and are
called for again and again, which is sufficient proof of
their good qualities.
Perhaps no article of the kind has ever been offorio
to the public supported by testimonials of a character so
decisive, from sources as respectable, or that has given
more universal sausfaetion.
They have ihe testimony of the whole medical pro
fession in their favor, while not a single case of ill con
sequences or inefficiency can be alledged against them.
Hundreds and thousands bit ss the day they became
acquainted with Peters’ Vegetable Pills, which, in
consequence of their extraordinary goodness, have at
tained a popularity unprecedented in the history of
The very circumstance alone that Physicians, in
every part of the Union, (but more especially in the
Sou.hern States, where they have long been in use,)
are making free use of them in their practice, speaks
volumes in their praise. Add to this fact, that all who
use invariably recommend them to their friends, and \
the testimony iu their favor is almost irresistible. As
an An’i-bihous remedy, and to prevent Costiveness,
they have no rival. One fifty cent box will establish
their character, and prove that there is truth even man
Prepared bv Joseph Priestly Peters, M. D. at his
lnsti ution for the cure of obstinate diseases by means
of Vegetable remedies. No. 129, Liberty street, New
York.’ Each box contains 40 pills. Price 50 cents.
Clarksville, Mecklenburg co. Va. Feb, 7, 1837.
Dear Sir—l embrace ihe opportunity of expressing
to you my gratification at the success which has attend
ed’ the administration of your valuable Piils in this
! section of country. It is a common fault with thosi
! who compound and vend patent medicines to say to<
1 much in iheir favor, but from what I have seen of th
I etfect of your pills I do not think they have, as yet
i received unmerited praise. >ix months ago they were
| almost entirely unknown in this part of Virginia* thej
; are now the most popular pills we have. In dyspepsit
1 and sick headache, derangement of the biliary organs ;
j and obstinate constipation of the bowels, I know of nt i
1 aperient more piompt and efficacious.
Their mildness and certainty of action render them I
a sa f e and efficient purgative for weakly individuals,
and may be given at all times without any of those
• injurious consequences that frequently result from the
; long continued use of calomel or blue pills. On the
whole, 1 consider them a valuable discovery.
S. H. HARRIS, M. D. j
Dr. Joseph P. Peters.
Mecklenburg Cos. Va. Feb. 7th, 1837. !
Having used Dr. Peters’ Pills in my practice for the |
1 last twelve months, I take pleasure in giving my tesfi- I
! mony of their good effects in cases of Dyspepsia, Sick !
| Headache. Bilious Fevers, and other diseases produced j
; by inac ivity of the liver.
I To* y are a safe and mild aperient, being the best :
: article of the kind 1 have ever used.
GEO. C. SCOTT. M. D.
j The above valuable Pills are for sale by John E. j
: Bacon & Cos. arr” E. S. Norton, Columbus. Ga.
f July 27. 30 i
StMMCU ARRANGEMENT. j
THE splendid steamer COMMERCE, with the j
United S:a’es’ Mail, will leave Batnbridge on j
Tuesdays at 4 o’clock, a. in..touch at Ch-ttahhoochie j
at 7 o’clock a. in., and irrrive at Apalachicola at j
o’clock, p. m., leave Apalachicola at 4 p. in tor b'.
Joseph, and arrive there at 6 p. m , leave St. Joseph j
on Wednesdays at 2 p. mi and arrive at Apalachicola ,
at 4 p. m.. leave Apalachicola at 10 p. m. and arrive
at Bainbriige at 6p. in. next day. This arrangement ;
will continue in operation until the loth of October - j
For freight or passage on the above line, apply
caotain on board, or to „ . . • ,
SMITH & BASSETT, Bamhndgc.
A. T. BENNETT, Apalachicola.
Apalachicola, June 25, 1838.
TO PLANTERS AND COUNTRY MER
(direct import and export trade.) I
THE undersigned being about to establish himsell .
at St.JOSEPH. Fla for the purpose of carrying
on a direct IMPORTING AND EXPORTING j
business with FRANCE, via. St. JOSEPH, Fla...
will be prepared, on the commencement of business ■
the fall, to purchase the fine qualities of Cotton, and ,
would be willing to contract tor any quantity of White j
Oak Slaves suitable for that market. Any particulars |
as regards size, price, &c., can L>c had by addressing j
me at this place, to the care of Hez. li. Wood.
I shall also have on hand a general assortment of j
French Goods, for site as low a-i they can be pur
coased in New York or anv of ihe northern cities.
St. Joseph. Aug. 1, 1838. 39 3f ATBIJOTAT.
THE SOUTHERN HARMONY AND MU
SICAL COMPANION, containing a choice
collection of Times, Hymns, Psalms, Odes and An
them*, selected from the most eminent authors in the
United States, together with nearly one hundred new
Tunes never before published, and well adapted to’
Christian Churches of every denomination. By Wm.
Walker, second edition improved, just received and for
sale by PLANT & NORTON.
Columbus, Aug. 23. 29 3t
rWTHE firm of TAYLOR, HOLMES & Cos. is
JL this day dissolved by mutual consent. Either
of the subscribers are duly authorised to settle the bu
siness of the same. H. R. TAILOR,
C. G. HOLMES,
W. H. HARPER,
Apalachicola, Aug. 1,1838. 27tf
GENERAL COMMISSION & FACTOR AGE
HI SINESS, APALACHICOLA, FLA. I
undersigned, under the style and firm of |
HARPER & HOLMES, will continue to j
transact a general Commission and Factorage busi
ness at this place; an 1, thankful for the liberal patron
age to their late firm, respectfully solicit a continuation
of the same. W. H. HARPER,
C. G. HOLMES.
Liberal advances made on Consignments, either for
sale or shipment. August Ist, 1838. 271f
H. R. TAYLOR & CO.,
COMMISSION & FORWARDING MER
CHANTS, 22 Water street, Apalachicola. Fla.
H. R. TAYLOR,
M. L. TAYLOR.
The subscriber respectfully informs his friends and
the public, that he will continue the COMMISSION
AND FORWARDING business, in connexion with
his brother, M. L. Taylor, at Apalachicola, and takes
this method to thank his friends for their patronage, and
to solicit its continuance. H. R. TAYLOR.
Columbus, Aug. 1, 1883. 27tf
NOURSE, BROOKS & CO.
FACTORS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
ARE prepared to make liberal .advances on Cot
ton sent us for sale or for shipment to our friends
in New Y’ork, Boston and Liverpool.
HIRAM VV. BROOKS,
JNO. D. HOWELL.
Apalachicola, Aug. 23, 1838. 29 6m
JAMES H. REYNOLDS,
WATCH-MAKER AND JEWELLER,
AT his old stand on Broad street, a few doors
south of the City Hall. The subscriber will be
absent from the city for two or three months. First
rate workmen are left in charge of his establishment.
Clocks, Watches and Jewellery left for repair will
be dose in the best manner and warranted.
N. B.—Persons whose Watches, or other work,
has been left with me for a year, will please call, pay
so the repairs, and take them away.
Columbus, July 10, 1838. 2Stf
THE partnership heretofore existing between
CODE & Q,UlN,was dissolved on the 14th
inst., by mutual consent. 1 hose persons indebted to
the concern will please call on cither of the undersign
ed and settle their accounts, otherwise they shall bs
placed in the hands of au officer for collection,
Columbus. Aug, 22. 29 St JOHN Q.UIN.
AGENCY FOR TEE SALE OF CHICK
BHIMB & CO,’S jPIAKG FORTES.
SMITH, GRIMES & Cos. have been made
Agents for the sale of PIANO FORTES, from
Hie celebrated Manufactory of Ohickering & Cos.,
Boston; and are prepared to furnish any description
of Piano Fortes, at the Manufacturer’s prices, deli
vered at this place, with the addition only of the charge
of transportation from Boston ; and on such terms as
will suit persons desirous of purchasing.
Columbiiß. August 2, 1838. 26tf
THE subscribers having connected themselves in
the practice of LAW, will attend all the
County Courts of the Chattahoochee Circuit, and the
adjoining counties of Alabama. Office in Mclntosh
Row, immediately over Allen & Young’s Store.
June 14. 19tf J. M. GUERRY.
STRAYED OR STOLEN,
ABOUT the 10th May last, a large bay HORSE,
long tail, rather sway hack, racks easy but short,
a few marks of the saddle and harness. Information
or delivery of the horse thankfully received and libe
rally rewarded. YONGE & EI,LIS.
June 7. IStf
SELLING OFF AT COST.
THE subscribers, having made other business ar
rangements, will sell their entire stock of Rea
dy made CLOTHING, either at wholesale or retail,
at cost for cash. J. S. SMITH Ik Cos.
Jan. 29, 1838. o‘2tf
P. S.—All those indebted to us, are respectfully re
quested to come forward and pay up. J. S. S. & Cos.
THE subscriber has resumed the practice of the
LAW at Columbus, Ga. He will be prepared !
to make advances on Notes placed in his hands for
collection, provided the parties are unquestionable sol
vent, and the terms can be agreed upon. His office is
on Broad street, directly over the Planters’ and Me
chanics’ Bank. S. ARMSTRONG BAILEY.
May 23d, 1838. 16tf
AIVERSEN, Professor of Music from Ger
• many, and Organist of Trinity Church, in this
city, offers his services, as a teacher on the Piano
Forte, to this community. Piano Fortes will be tuned
a* the shortest notice. Applications are tube made ut
■Messrs. I. C. Plant & Co.’s Book Store.
References. —Rev. W. D. Cairns, the Vestry of
Trinity Church, and the Trustees of the Female
Academy. April 5 9tf
DRS. HOXEY & WILLIAMS have taken
into connexion with them Dr. JNO. J. B. HOX- ,
EY. and will attend to all calls in town or country. — :
Their office is situated on the corner of Broad and
Randolph streets, immediately over the store of A.
Gilbert. April 5. 10 6in
TTE COMMISSION MERCHANTS of Ap
alachicola, Florida, have concluded to reduce
i their Commission charge for receiving and forwarding
Merchandise and Cotton to the following rates, viz:
Cotton per bale 25 cents, exclusive of other charges:
Merchandise per barrel 25 cents including a'i other
charge*. Columbus. Aug. 20. 1838. 294 m
A NOTE given by me to VV'm. Robinson, or bear
er, for two thousand dollars, dated 21st June, i
and due the Is of January next, was given for money j
on the Commercial Bank of Florida, and will be paid j
in bills ofth* same bank, and no other wav.
Cuthbert, July 21, 1838. 2olf A. HOWARD. !
THE undersigned has located himself at Macon,!
as his future residence. During his temporary I
absence communications for him may be addressed to
the care of J. T. Contant. JAS. R. BUTTS, .
Macon, July 1, 1838. 25tf. |
THE sub cribers having removed from Columbus.
we have authorised Messrs. J. N. fe J. M.i
I BETHUNE to act as our Agents, and all persons
indebted to the subscribers will cal! on them and settle.
SMALLEY, CRANDALL & Cos.
June 14. H)tf j
THE co-partnership heretofore existing under the
firm of T.H.&I.C. PLANT, at Augusta. Ga.;
lls this (fay dissolved bv mutual corn-mt. Either party I
I is authorised to use the name of the late firm in set
tling up the business. T. H. PLANT, ;
i July 3, 1838. T. C. PLANT.
; The Bookselling and Binding business will be con- i
I tinued at the old stand by the subscriber on lus own
I account. 25tf T. H. PLANT.
THE copartnership heretofore exis'in.c at Colum
bus, Ga. under the firm of I. C. PLANT &
: Cos. is this day dissolved by mutual consent. .1. A. |
J Norton ts duly authorised! to attend to anv business of’
j the late firm, * f 0. PLANT,
i Judy 3.l?is. Sstf T. Jd. PLANT. <
, „ ‘
~SH ER I FTS 7 SALES.
WILL be stld, on the first Tuesday in OCTO
BER next, before the Court House door nr
j the town of Outhbert, Randolph county, within tl o
\ usual hours of sale, the following property, to v. it ;
\ Lot of land No. 77, Andrew Howard'in possession,
; and .ot No. 114, whereof Jonathan Peach is m p< g
: session, all of lot us land No. 115, east of D. 13. Rich,
j Spring Branch, Richard Res pass in possession ; cast
half of lot of land No. 116, all m the 6 h district ofseid
county, levied on as the property of Andrew How m ol
to saii-fy sundry ti. fas. issued out of a Justice’s Cos tr
of said county, in favor of William ‘I at lor and o’* tr ■
v*. Andrew Howard and John R. Kil.in.-wcrih Lew
made ami i eturned to mo by a Constable
Three negroes, to wit:'Alfred” a man about £0
! years oid; Matilda, a woman about 20 years o'd •
Cherry, a girl about 10 years old, levied cn as the i r.A
I perty of Andrew Howard, to satisfy sundiv fi fas n
! sued out of a Justice’s Court of said eountv j- *’ ,„r <*
; William Taylor and other? vs. Andrew Howard and
John R. iMi.mesxvorih. Levy made and returned to
ine by a Constable,
Haffiof lot of land No. 23, in the Sth district of said
county, levied on as the property of George J Rex
! nnlds, to satisfy two fi. fas. issued out of a Justice's
Court oi said county, ii. favor of George T Wood vs
George J. Reynolds. Levy made andri turned to me
; bv a Constable.
1 The north half ofjot of land No. 113, in the 81. dis
trict, and all of lot of land No. 107. west of the rotaw
la creek, boffi of the Sth district of said county levied
on as the property of William Britt, to satisfy two fi
fas issued out of the Inferior Court of said coantv in
favor of said county vs. William Brut and James En
Lots in the town of Cuthbert, Randolph county No*
! V fl nd 3. in square S, and No. 2in square 4. Starlin
lvr S "mc rm ®i ‘i'o^T' 00 of io,s i lots*of lan*
Nos. ldb and 197,111 the sth district of said county ail
levied oil as the property of Andrew Howard,to satisfy
sundry fi. fits, issued out of a Justice’s Court of sau?
county, m favor of Randal Yarborough and others v
Champion Terrv, Johnston Reynold.* and M 6 -'neßr
grove and A. Howard, endorsers. Levy made and
returned to me bv a Constable. J
RICHARD DAVIS Sheriff
August 22, ISSB. ’ anenl ‘-
AT THE SAME TIME AXD PLACE WILL BE SOLD.
Lot of land No. 180, m the 4’h district of said
cjuntv, levied on as the property of William Troll to
satisfy a h. fa. issued out of the Justice’s Court cf Pn
: ‘ ask! rn favor of Amasa Keilam vs. said Trull
i Levy made and returned to me bv a Constable
| Lot of land No. 84, in the 4th district of said countv
levied on as the property of Benjamin P. Reuse to s'a
tisty a h la. issued out of a Justice’s Court of Marion
county, in favor of Allen B. Chastain vs! K™?
Levy made and returned to me by a Constable
The north half of lot of land No. 268, in the sth die
tnct of said county. levied on as the property of Josiah
M. Ti lorn ley, to satisfy sundry fi. fas. issued out of
the Superior Court ot Randolph county. i„ f aV or of
Nadian H. Gartin and others vs. said J. M. Thornier.
A o- GREGORY, D. Sheriff ‘
August 27, 1838. ’ jjtftir
■WS7ILL be sold, on the first Tuesday in SKP-
V? TEMBER next, at the Court House
the townot ra bolton Talbot county, within the le
gal horns of sale, the following property to wit :
lft L a r r / S of lan^’ rnore or part‘of lot No 243
in the 23d district ol originally Muscogee, now Talbot
county improved with a log house, and seven or eight
acres of cleared land, levied on as the propert y of Jolin
McOlung, to satisfy a fi. fa. from a Justuv’s'Court of
1 albot county, ... favor of Charles L. Smith va. John
McGlung, tenant in possession.
Also one hundred acres of land, wh.reon Georg,
j• Vo ‘a 4 no>v l r es ’ the Wcsl *'alfof lot No. 63 m
the 23d district of originally Muscogee, now Talbot
county improved with a good log house, and tvven.v
fiveor thirty acres of cleared land, levied on as the
property ot George W. Collins, to sati. fy sundry fi.
fas. from a Justice’s Court of Talbot county, in Lor
W STEWART SALES.
°” th t f ' rst Tue -" c % SEP
-1 EMBER next, before the C. u'rt House
fbe’V i u n ,° f V u T kin ’ Stewart CoU,l ty, within
the usual hours of sale, the following property to wit :
Eight negroes, Lucy, a woman, S4‘ } ;* rß oU .
George, 13 years old ; Rose, 19 years old ; Nathan
2 years old; Calvin 5 years old; Hester, 3 yeari
old ; Darnel, 7 years old; Dave 1 year old ; alsd five
lots of knd Nos 43, 74, 87, 106 and 119, in the 18th
! R , county, all levied on as the property
of Robert Hatcher, to satisfy three fi. fas. issued out
of the fenpenor Court ot Stewart county, two in favor
ot Samuel Q,uarles, and one in favor of Joseph B.
bvTXr. ttVl OVC P ro Plywas pointed out
b> K oert Hatcher, the. defendant.
Also the west half oflot No. 4, in the 33d district of
Stewart county, and the north half of lot No. 49. in
d 'i [riC \ of sald co "iy, aken as the propeny of
V\ nham Smith, to satisfy sundry small fi. Vas. i.surrf
out of a Justice’s Court of Macon county, in favor of
Gtorwe Uarrell and others.
ALo a negro woman by the name of Rhoda. taken
as the property of 11. G Thornton, to satisfy several
fi. fas. issued out of a Justice’s Court of Slew* t
county, in favor of Hill, Lawrence A Cos. vs said
I horn ton.
Also lot No. 1 in letter A, 70 feet in front and 120
back, it being the lot whereon Nathan Sharp i vr
lives; also lot No 6, in letter A, and ihe Morehm.e
and lot which Nathan Clifton now occupies * lot Vo.
lin letter G, 70 feet in front and 120 back.’all taken
as the property o Nathan Clifton, to sathfy u ri. fa.
issued out Stewart Superior Court, in favor of A ;: n
Bates vs. Matthew Sharp, principal, and Nathan Clif
Also lot No. 100, in the 22d district of Sievart
County, taken as the property of James Given* ‘o
sati.-fy sundry small executions in favor of B Btdirig
field and others. c
Also lot of land No. 229, in the 2Lst distri. t of S’ew ! -
art county, and two half acre lots in the town of Flo
rence, Nos, 98 and 100, in block Fin said county
taken as the property of L. L. Smith, tosa’tsfv sundry
small fi. fas. in favor of Richard Matthias and others.
Also the west half oflot No. 189 in ihe 33d ffistuct
of said county, taken as the property of Sinucn Massy,
to satisfy sundry small fi. fas. issued from a Jusiice’s
Court of Muscogee county, in favor of John M'i on
Also lot of land No. 112, in the 20’h dls'rict of said
county of Stewart, taken as the property of William
H. White, to satisfy several small fi. fas. in favor of
S. and E Beall vs. William 11. White, principal, *Ld
John F. Ball, security on the stav of execution".
Also the north half oflot of land No. 217 ir. the 31st
district or said county, taken as the property of John
Morgan, to satisfy one small fi. fa. issued 1 y the 7 x
Collector of said countv, foi his tax for die rear ls-37
M. M. FLEMING, ?'” riff.
Aug. 23, 1838. ‘ s
WILf. be sold, on the first Tuesday in OCTO
BER next, before the Cour’ House dour, in
the town of Newton, Baker county, wiih.n the usual
hours of sale, the following properly to *vn :
One lot of land No. 184, in the 9ih disirict of origi
nally Early, now Baker county, taken as the property
of Isaac Bailey and Win. W. Musgrove, to satisfy a
fi. fa. from a Justice’s Court of Baker countv. in favor
of L. C. Musgrove vs. Isaac Baily and Win. W Mus
grove. Levy made and relumed tome by a (b ns aide.
Also the steamer called the Mary Emaline. wnh ali
belonging or appertaining to the same. ‘1 ak n as the
property of Hiram Atkinson, to satisfy afi. fa from the
Superior Court of Decatur county, in favor of Thomas
W. Bradford, for the use of Janies Savage, junior vs
John B. Sanders, and Hiram A'kinson, s<cu.ity on
anpeal. Property pointed out bv Morgan Chasun
Will be sold, at the same time and [.lace, ore lot of
land No. 77, in the 7th district of orig naliv Err r now
Baker county, taken as the properly of John A. Wal
ler, to satisfy a fi. fa. from a Justice’s Court of Leri
dolph county, in favor of Manley Mille rvs . , i,; V , .
ler. Levy made and returned to me bv a(\ r ‘ i o
WILLIAM H. HOWARD, Sheriff.
August 18, 1838. 20;*
be sold, on the hist ‘] utsdav in CCTO
w7? BER next, before the Court house coot in the
town of Carrollton, Carrol! county, between the usual
hours of sale, the following properly, to wu :
One house and lot wheieon Wil iam Majors new
lives, it being tai l Majors’ interest in lot No. 212,
levied on as the properly of William Majors, to sa
| tisfy a fi. fa. issued from Carroll lidtiior Court ir ta
! vor of William E. McClucr vs. John Wins, nhunt,
i William Majors, and Arthur Bell, securi.y on stay of
Also one mare mule and two bay horse* blind ore
I bay race horse, twenty hrid of hogs, cue \tke of
1 oxen and cait and six shovels, levied cn rs the [ iot
I perty of Robert Willoughby, to satisfy a distress; war
ram for rent, in favor of John A. Jones vs. Robert
j W illoughby. Property pointed out by he plaintiff.
Aug. 22. MATTHEW REID, Sheriff.
AT THE SAME TIME AND PLACE W ILL BE SOLD,
Lot of land No. 95. in the 6ii. district of Carroll
county levied on as the property of G. W r . Ramsey,
to satisfy a fi. fa. issued from a Justice’s Court of
Carroll county, in favor of Heartnel & Clark vs. said
t Ramsey. Levy made and returned to me by a Ccn
] Also half let of land No. 155, in the 4‘h district of
| Carroll County, the half whereon the widow Gable
now lives, levied on ar, ihe prope ty of Andrew J.
Gray, to satisfy a fi. f.i. issued from a Justice’s Cot rt
j Coweta county, in favor of Rabeigh Cupp an. .u>
dry others vs. Andrew j. Gray. Levy made and re
i turned to me bv a Constable.
JOHN DEAN, D. Sheriff - .
August 27, 1338. 3!ts
THE subscriber will attend to the renewal of all
Notes in the CENTRAL BANK iha! may bo
’ entrusted to his care, for the cus ternary fee of one dol
j lar lor each, ri new al. Also to the taking out and tor
warding GKANI S. for fiftv cents each.
Letters inclosing Money and Notes (POST PAIC
will bo prom; tlv attended to.
JOHN R. ANDERSON,
1 Milicdgevwle. April 20, 18t8. loeqvto. 1