THE TKCEORAPII IS PL'HUSIIED EVERT THUUS
i)AT, AT UARIKS, Mc’ISTOSH CO. UKO. j
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TERMS.—Three Dollars per annum, J
payable in advance.
Av . TisHviESTs.—First insertion, per
square, seventy-fire cents, an J for each sub
sequent successive insertion, thirty seven
rind a half cents— but monthly advertise
ments seventy-five cents per square for each
insertion, —no advertisement being'consid
ered less than a square, and each person’s
property advertised by Sheriff, Marshal, or
Tax-Collector being estimated as a square.
Advertisements, unless limited bv law or
the advertiser, continued until ordered to
be -topped, and charged accordingly.
Sates of land and negroes, by adrninistra
tors,-Executors, or Guardians, are required
bv latv, to be held on the first Tuesday in the
Month, between the hours often in the fore
tt.and three o’clock in the afternoon, at
the court house of the county in which the
prop -rty is situate. Notices of the sales
of iand must be given in a public gazette
SiX I’ V days, and negroes FOli l’Y days pre
viotls to the d.ay of sale.
Notice of the sale of personal property
must be given in like manner,‘FOßTY days
previous to the day of sale.
Notice to the debtors and creditors of au
estate mist be published for FORTY days.
Notice that application will be made to the
Court of Ordinary for leave to sell land, must
be published FOUR MONTHS.
N cicc for leave to sell Negroes must he
publ s md for FOUR MONTHS, before any
or ‘ absolute can be made by Court.
Letters of Dismission from an estate must
be published six months.
Letters of business or containing com-j
Tminicatious must, to receive attention, be
• ll'l_ ■ I lIM II I ‘my ‘ ...II “I■! ■“"—"It". I
liividwttl No. 2 s ?.
Ban!: of Darien , Dec. 1, 1834-.
fjpHE Heard of Directors of tfiis Bank have
JL this day declared a Dividend of.H per
f'eut, out of the profits of the last six months,
on the capital stock paid in, which will be
dtiti and payable to the respective stockhol-;
ik-rs or their order on and after the first of j
EBENEZEU S. ItKES. Cashier.
The Savannah Georgian, the Miners Re
c.order Aurar a, the Milledgeville Journal,
and Macon Telegraph, will give the above
Brought to .Darien Jail ,
ON the 26th IV'cember last, a Negro Fel
low who says bis name is IIICiU'OSD ;
anti that he runaway from James Hughs, of i
Ni.utli Carolina, hut who has since removed
to Alabama, on the 4th • f Febuary lust, he
hod n his possession a pass signed Lewis
i Cl u-k.ot Abbeville Diet. S. Carolina, but ac
kni?fledgt s that he obtained it from a school
be. hr.d he was in the act of getting another
when apprehended The said negro is a
beui 5 I -et 9 inches high, between 30 and
25 \ ears of age, and light complected
C. F. II VZZ \UD, Jailer.
jan 8 - 26
‘B'.XFORMs his friends aNo customers, that
■dl e lias taken Charles T- I hotnas into
copartnership, and that the buKvess will be
co hif't'd under the name and fi.-! of
J'HOMAS & SON,
jfct the old sand, n this city, where they’ are
novvopene g a very handsome und extensive
•r,s . -lit of goods usually.called for iu their
Sit i of bii.sitiess—consisting af clothing rea-!
d\ made, and a large assortment of goods for
rale without making or made to order by first
i he latest fashions just received, and any
gentleman who favors them with their cus
tom may depend on having their Clothes in
ii 9 good style as can be obtained in any oth
er city although much larger than Darien.
N. T- & S.
A LL persons indebted.to the late firm of
A Mm. Fraser St Cos. urv informed tliat
‘Benjamin Green, Esq. AUoVi.t v at Law, is
authorized to collect the i,. ‘ ,r>; <-f Raid, c.cjn
Georgia— AFintosh County.
i \W I,KRBAS Charles W Thorpe applies
‘JNr lor letters of Administration with
the will annexed, on the Estate of Aarrmel
R. .I. Thorpe, late of sard county deceased
These are therefore to cite mid admonish
all and smj>-.!(t? the kindred and creditors of
I saßl deceased, to he and appear ; niy office
) within thirty days from date, to shew cause
| if any exist why letters of administration
should not be granted the applicant in terms
! of the law.
Given under my hand at office this se
venth day of January, eighteen hundred and
H. \V. VROUDFOOT, c. c. o.
For Sale on Consignment.
Rh<—i\ed by late arrivals from New York.
MEN’S Beef and Prime Beef in Harris,
Mess and Prime Fork in do.
Flour superfine in whole & half do.
Mackcrt i No. 1, 2 & 3, in whole fk half do.
Piaster of Pons, (ground) in casks,
llav of good quality.
A pplv to
11 VUES & MITCH EL,
L and Lot, No. 245, 6 District,3d Section
I ass County, (this is an improved lot)
Good titles will be given. Enquire it this
office. aug. 28—8
BANK OF DARIEN,
September “23d 1834.
ON motion, It was resolved, that a further
reduction of 30 per cent, be required
on the debts due to this Bank, for the ensu
ing year, pay able as follows. 10 per cent on
j the first day of January, 10 per cent on the
j first day of March, ami 10 per cent on the
first day oi May, and that the Cashier give
i the necessary notice thereof.
Extract from the Minutes,
EBEX. S. REES, Cd,-.7,
| sept 25—ET
IpOL’R MONTHS after date, ap[ dication
will be made to the Honorable the
Justices of the Inferior Court of.VPJntosh
; county, sitting for ordinary purposes, for
leave to sell the real and personal property
belonging to the estate of Ferdinand Oneai
late ol said county deceased.
months us . ■ <!.. - .pplicsitinn will
be made to the lusi -.os of the Inferior
; Court of Glynn County, while sitting'ns a
| Court of Ordinary, lor leave to sell all the
personal property belonging to the Estate ol
Nathaniel Bell, latent’ Glynn County deceas
ed, for the benefit of the heirs and creditors
of said Estate.
U. I)ART, Executor.
IX, 7 ’ILL be sold on the first Tuesday in
Y t March next, at the late residence of
John Todd deceased a stock of cuttle, con
sisting of cows, steers, calves, &,c, likewise 2
large breeding sows, being the last of the
perishable estate of John Toot), deceased
Sold for the benifit of the heirs and credi
tors. Terms of sale cash.
E. B. BAKER. 2 ~
T. KING. $ Senior*.
ON the first Tuesday in February next,
wiil he sold, by order ol the Honorable
the ow*t nfOrrlm i v thr ll# r*..itty of Mi-Irt.
tosh, all the real Estate of the late Theodore
Dodge, for the benefit of the heirs and cred
JOHN 13. GAUDRY.
JAOUR months af er date application will
be made to tiie Court ot Ordinary of
Glynn county for leave to sell a part of the
property belonging to the estate of Job T
Carter late us said county deceased for the
benefit of the heirs and creditors
6’ M JJUILVETT, Atlm’lor.
• jan 22-iJ?
Fill C.ITE AC A DEMY.
arUIS school will be Opened in Dar
ien, on the fin >t Mor fay in No
vember next, Uf> . evt. q care and
superiritendau :e. irMr C
S Dm,; a graduate ol PrilV l Hon College.—
Phis gentleman Comes furnu died with testi
monials of the highest char icter, from the
Rev Dr. Alexander, one of the senior pro
fessors et the Theological 1 Seminary to
Princeton. Under these flat, sering circum
stances, expectations of the aiost sanguine
nature are cherished,that Mr. 1 Ltd will prove
the most acceptable Teacher, ever before
offered to this community —am J should cir
cumstances warrant, the service sos an ariiia
hie and accomplished Lady in al 1 the branch
es of a polite English Education , and in the
French l anguage can be immecuialely pro
Every branch of Education v i 31 ho here
taught, such as will prepare tire iSc holar for
College ; and if desired, his edufi it ion may
here, be made complete. The ral is of tui
tion will be tvs usual, payable in ad tance.
As the number of scholars in tit t Private
Academy must of necessity be hi tiled tor
the present, Parents and Guardian , dispos
ed to support the Institution, are f i Hpectfu)
!y invited to make early application ‘,l r tick
ets of admittance f r their children,V partic
ularly as many are already engaged. I
Applications to be made to the si ibitcriber.
li. S. REE'S, l
Secretary A ‘i'icas li re.
Darien, Oct. 16. 1834
‘Fin-Plate Worker. \
UESPECTFULLY informs ihe ini ithit
ants of Hie City of Darien, and it u vi
cinity. that he has re-opened his work ship
for the manufacture of tin ware, opposite t to
Mr. Anson Kimberly’s store on the I at.
where he is prepared to do all manner! of
WORK in bis line—all orders received v till
lie executed Avith despatch. Also glazing ‘
act 2—2nr—l3 \
1 Siu'anuah and St. Augustine-
* * u ‘ Steam Packet
4- - fll- FLORIDA, (dipt. R. a.
UtL!,, will commence her
egular trips on Momlav,
liu 20 1 h ins . -e.-ving Savannah on that day
at 6 o’clock, P. M touching at Dtirien on
the morning ot he 21st. Returning, she
will touch at Darien-on he evening of the
26'h, and will continue to run touching at
Darien for the South on Tuesdays, and for
Savannah on Ft tdays until furtheimotice.
JOHN T. ROW LAND, Agent.
Darien, 13 th Sept. 1834
US r OF LETTERS,
I? ‘.MAININC, in the Post Office Darien,
fcj Gj. 30th December, 1334
W m. S Be il 2 William ,4/ufant
Robsrt Bell H/arv .'l/elrnse
S M Burnett Wm B .1/Donald
Moses Burges Q
Louis Baker Peter Odena
Henry Gannon Uspt Allen PSfyne
Stephen Chase 5 Henry Parlow
William Clark ,1/ary Finder
W'm, Cunningham 2 John R Peters
Affey Clark J\lr l’oncel
Mrs Cogswell R
151 Henry Ryals
C H Dunham g
S ,3/arge Sams
William Ellis Jiai v A Saha'.ta
Fuquay Sc Robinson Ezekiel Trice
Cr C w Thorpe
Philip Gieger John ‘I rote
John Graves Win Trescot 2
James Gier Win Todd
Mr Howard W
William Hall Jtohert Wilson
liorsce iiigoy iTotin v vo.i\,a
Martin Ha'haway Charles R Williams
Hannah Hugh Francis .1/ Wefkver
Coni. Hazzard G it Williams ‘
JC Wheelright. ti. Itart
iS'itS3n Loyd Tett
lchabod I.gwis Walmsley
James Lovell ‘ll
ISAAC SNOW, P. M.
—l——O——'l'll. ■ v -*•.’ - -- -imr- f 11.~ r- I-T-*
A Negro man who is accustomed to farm
work —for such an one, constant and
liberal wages will be paid. Enquire at this
Ijig lit wood.
f JAIIE subsc’iui r a ishes Mile apt for the
A delivery to him al Dobov islaiid, and
-it this place, a quantity ot Ligb 1 er.ri — _ *j.
■. -• a dieposeii to contract nn'Jlt r*y..s..
proposals a- an early period. “ ‘ ‘ r '-
JOHN T. ROWLAND, Agent.
Jan 26— 1(— 30
THE subscriber wishes to hire bv the year
a few negro men, to he employed as
ho'a’ hands, for whom fair wuges will be al
lowed, and payment made as required.
dOIIN T. HOWLAND, Jleent
subscriber wishes tn inform his
i triends in Darien and its.vicinity, that
he has arrived, and taken rooms at the Man
sion House that are convenient and sufficient
ly retired for Dental operations, Ilis friends
who require his professional services will
find it lunch to their con fort and conven
ence to apply at his room Should any.
however, he so situated as to he unable to
attend at his room, he will wait upon them
at their residences, particularly those who
live at, A a distance an immediate application
a tl! be necessary, as l.e will remain but a few
<); ‘. vs - E. OSBORN,
. . Surgeon Dentist.
j.m 29- 2t—3o
m • - ■ n a.f i, ifc- —ip rrfrii ______
Iron the A r riv Yorker
; i HE COQUEI ! E’S REVENGE
A TAI K (;F (JUIt VII.LAOK.
I)eat, sweet, pre t> J i-e (Ecy! Site
as the very ace < i Coquettes— the lift
ol all the fun and ftolic in our village!
Jus. seventeen, wi-h a pair cf “eyes
ol most unholy blue.” What wonder,
then, that all the young men were, a
n were, simultaneously attiacted by
this spat kling mugikt She was ijch
wrh.,l, and that is in general a tub si
1 would fain gite a description of out
tillage, hut I an a deuced bad hand at
‘describing, and moreover were I o do
io in an extender; way after the most
ipproved fashion, they might set me
t. wn as abu i-pktn, who, having never
si sen the world, thinks there ate no
st one walls ou- of Jericho. S ill, any
or te, who may hav T e caught even a peep
Irv tin the stagecoach window at our
vi Ege, will be apt to piunuunre it a
pas sable sort of place to tabernacle in
—,• Deep embowered in the bloomy
rlu\v itii its feat-i ovtred mono*
.ains, of somewhat the same hue as my
uncle Tobias’ snatch wig, fa family
piece of property) ns sweet, sing
ing st: tarn —blue ’neath the smilling
surnm ir sky as a blue-bottle, fly in the
stall of a mutton merchant, or a blue
bottle it self in a chemical gentlemanls
bow win dow
Jjttt a truce to description. I knew
I would fy.il, but ne'er mind— “better
luck next time.” I have neither leis
ute to era se, re-white oi remodel for
the amusit.nent of thee, O captious
reader, (Ii tever curry favor) and as the
rnetry marriage-bells are ringing in
Fancy’s ear in our village, as Jane Gr ey
is about to enter into a partnershio for
hoiv ends antd put poses, I prithee, old
gentleman, without wiping your spec
tac.les, be so good as heat the plaintiff.
Jane Grey Was seated at hei toilet.
On tui* bide stood her wafting damsel,
(just such an r he as thou lovest, bioth
ci.to chuck under the chin) and on i’
other stood Inis loquacious worship,
Barber Ruffs!l-*—a pallid, interesting
looking young ttian, on whom Nature
had played some scurvy tricks at the
star-concerned hour of his birth- for
instance, she had made his right eye
and his left such a loving pair that, like
Pyramus and Thisbe, thy>were sigh
ing for a stgh of each oifm;*—b ul O!
tin nose, tin* envious nose, was mm
cruel by manv and g'os than toe c a k
ed wall t<> ‘nr Reman Poet's io-ets. I
am thus free in attempting his portrait*
i\ • *i JL •
| character, a-- i lion - .i. lit
I would su\ end it now lat li.ni nus
; vill ige and become a man of pai ttnoudc
;. im;’finance in an important-*’ y< t •>%
; important city, so that Ueilwc-ve*
of it. In that case my words will be
but as ‘atet spilled on the ground. •
“Do you think now tliat these white
roses aie well suited? ot, what is more
m ih-- point, do you think Gt-mge will
ik • hem?” said the little quick eyed
‘All George Mowbray, dost mean?
—you lovers are so timid—hr—u hv,
he’ll call you his angel, and his dove,
and all the sweet names he can think on
•‘hen he sc?s you at rayed sot ip top
just like mv linger, but that’s between
‘•You don’t bear, dost, worshipfu
Maste’ I’uHall ? just round that c nrl a
litne more, noodle ”
‘Y< s, my sweet lady,’ continued he
voluble tongue of Annette, ‘Yf, he
‘ill think \ou divine—he told me so
:>ui yesterday when lie gave me a dol
f bit just to by ribands. II is so
ib lli- aie-not like ’
“Tush! you voting fool! Ym ty. as
bad as tnyself. Huilnl Mr lVffal! —.
why w hat a fright you do make m pool
headl-why your eyes must have s n.oro
inve- erate squint than ustul.-T mor
row I shall be Mis Mowbtay—av Mrs.
Mombrav, Annei'f—and then 1t an bet*
tei ifTo cl to send to -.for geivrel,
tasteful Signor Italiano Di-di—e.>, sir,
this is the last oppo unitv \ou shall live
of carricaturing my graceful lo ks
which all the young men—nsy old—
say are like oiient beams of lig’ .’-and
all the fiitc things in alt Aiken’s roller
led edition of British Dons—why, v o i
gOuti for nodgTiM you ‘’ ’ ‘
Might I humbly explain to you. ma
dam—that is Miss Grey—that F- is
the lasi lasion from Paiis— tlx tnhao
ro pipe style; as ii is called a New
s 1 k—which is so stylishly
in the Ladies’ Companion, which Miss
Annette and the cook love so to peruse
“None ofyour jabbeiing.Mr Poffall’
I-rl-an. seriously offended—von walk
ing dictionary—vou-. Annette, see his
worship down stairs—’Don honor, I
feel m as great a rage as Achilles—
“ ‘Achilles’ wrath togreece the dirtful—*
Annette, finish my hair—Good morn
ing. Mi Ptiffail (Exit M. p. ff ? ju
with a theatrical flourish.)
While this interesting scene was pas
sing, another of vital impoitanc; to mir
heroine was also enacting. Yt gods!
rani- be the lily handed, senimemal
George Mowbray, who is closeted, as I
may sav, but two hours before the
eventiul time appointed for his mar
riage with our Village Belle?— can it
be he who now bolds a tete-a-tete with
her bitterest enemv, Miss Henrietta
Bidding, the yellow faced maiden-iho
wealthy—the shrivering-and-the om
nipotent?—nay, be not surprised. lor it
is e*en so.—George Mowbray is bui a
hypoctite, as many such there be—ami
would sell all his sentiment for less
than a couple of shares in the funds.-
Miss Henrietta, “Oh fame! oh w, man
kind!”— Miss Heniietta, the tkh-tho
wise—has piomised, after many i t t u .
sals, marry Mas et Gcoige Mowbiay
io hold, “all fo’ spiie,” a common purse
“ith him—and lie, the graceless, cold
hearted lellow, is to give up the hand
I went say ihe heart—of pretty Jane
Grey, for so many bags of gold; so
many pounds of passable flesh and
blood, and some yards of yellow parch
ment. Bu the conditions are hard;
bn. to spi'e poor, unsuspecing Jane
Gift has Miss Henrietta pu’ Mr.
M wl lray in posgi ssiort of the golden
nu t, and he has agreed ; hut of that