tot : rjiiLkaiu.ru is published itot thuds*
lIAT, AT DAtUEU, McjINTOSII CO. GEO*
EDirnO .’Jr TWO GBXTLBMEX.
TERMS. —Three Dollars per annum,
payable in advance.
Advertisemests.—First insertion, per
square, seventy-five cents, and tor each sub
sequent successive insertion, thirty seven
and 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 by law or
the advertiser, continued until ordered to
be stopped, and charged accordingly.
Sak-s ot land and negroes, by administra
tors. Executors, or Guardians, are required
by law, to be held on the first Tuesday in the
Month, between the hour® often in the fore
noon and three o’clock in the afternoon, at
the court house of the county in which the
property is situate. Notices of the sales
of land must be given in a public gazette
SIX I'Y days, and negroes FOR TY lays pre
vious to the day of saie.
Notice of the sale of personal property
must be given in like manner, FOR TY days
previous to the day ot sale.
Notice to the debtors and creditors of an
estate must be published for FORTY day's.
Notice that application will be made to the
Court of Ordinary for leave to sell land, must
be published FOUR MONTHS.
Notice for leave to sell Negroes must be j
published for FOUR MONTHS, before any
order absolute can be made by Court.
L “Has of Dismission from an estate must!
be published six months
Letters of business or containing com
mindertions mus ! . to receive attention, he
-'.in.'.'jjeilj u. 1 ;
IT* OUR months re hue application will
. be made to the < i art of Ordinary of
Givnn county for leave to sell a part of the j
property belonging ‘o the estate of Job T ;
Caner late of said count t deceased for the j
benefit of the heirs and creditors
S M BURN El TANARUS, sldm’tor. i
For Publishing a -Miscellaneous Pa/ier
TO BE EKTITLIH
To be devoted to Poetiy. Literature, Sci
ence, and the Marvellous !! 1
QTpO contain original and select ‘Tales, Po- 1
etry,anecdotes, Biographical, and His
torical sketches, Notices of all new inventions j
in the arts and a relation of all ’.hat is won- !
derful, rare, and curious, in the history of |
tl,e day, a list of deaths, marriages, murders, 1
robberies, arsons; shacking accidents by 1
flood and field, hair breadth escapes, all im
portant criminal trials in full, which will be
carefully culled from the newspapers of the i
new and old world.
(Ly 1 It uid invariably exclude ff)
all political, religious, or professional discus
sions, and stick to useful and entertaining
The AtciiTMisT will be published weekly
in a quarto form on a super royal sheet, at
Columbus Ga. by Charles F. Sherburne, at
‘Three, Dollars per year, one half in advance,
the other at ihe end of six months.
(U7 > The Editor will be assisted by gentle
men of established literary reputation, and
the publication will commence by the first of
Dec. 22 1834.
One Cent. Reward.
A BSCONDED from the subscriber on
Monday last my bound orphan Peter,
1 forbid all persons from harboring or assist
icg him to leave the place, as 1 will enforce
the law against any person who should.
MTJHRFE months after date, application
sJL will be made to the Bank ofllarien to
renew Script No 410, dated July 19, 1824,
for Fifteen Shares in the name of Samuel
Hicks, w hich has been Inst.
ROBER T HABERSHAM,
i for Samuel Hicks,
DARLBX, GdJ&aiA, riIUKSDAY, AFKIL *2, 188 b.
PICKED up adrift in the Altamaha river,
five bales upland cotton, which the
owner can have bv “astf.:', properly and
a#SOWt : expenses.
Hopeton, Match 19, 1335. 38
4 LL persons indebted to the late firm of
J\ VVm. Fraser &C >. are informed that
Benjamin Green, Esq. Attorney at Law, is
authorized to collect the debts of said con
For Sale on Consignment.
Received by ia'e arrivals from New York.
MESS Beef and Prime Beaf in Harris,
‘less and Prime Pork in do.
Flour superfine in whole &half do.
Mackerel No 1, 2 k 3, in wjiole & half do.
Plaster of Pons, (ground) it casks,
Hay of good quality.
A ‘ipll to
HAWES k MITCHEL.
Grporgin Glynn County.
WIEKEAS \\ iiliam re applies
for letters of administration on the
goons an.i chatties, rights, and credits, of
John Cole, late of said county deceased, —
These are therefore to cite andiadmonish all
and singular the kindred and creditors of said
deceased to be and appear at inv office will),
in ‘he time prescribe <1 by law, to’ shew cause
if any exist, why said letters should not bt
Witness the honorable Henry Dubignon
one of the justice of said court this 7 day of
J BURNETT, ceog c.
sJeorgia —JTlnfosh Connty.
*■ BE A■> Bayard T. Hand apples for
sis# Setters of dismission -is drain cura
tor t Adam Tunno
These are therefore to cue and admonish
5’ oi l singular the kindred and creditor’s
■'.:id deceased, to be and appear at n:y ofii ■■
within the time prescribed by law to shew
cause if any exist why said letters should not
Given under mv hand at office this fourth
day of February 1835
II W PROUDFOOT, c c. o
On the first Tncsday in APRIL next,
WILL be sold before the court house in
Brunswick, Glynn county, between the usual
hours of sale,
One tract of Land containing three hun
dred acres knowd as Hickory Hill, near Dr.
A. DeLaroche, levied on as the property
of Michael Peck, to satisfy an execution in
favor of Anson Kimberly, property pointed
out bv plaintiff in execution
A G BURNETT, s r, c
VLL persons having demands against the
Estate of Samuel R. f. Thorp, late of
Vl'lntosh county deo’d will render rile same
properly attested to the subscriber,and those
indebted thereto, are required to make im
C VV THORP. Adm'r.
with the will annexed.
MA p 3 i i o well broke
Mules, tQ the plough, waggon
or cart—a plain and strung
barouche, for one or two bor
es without harness —a neat and substantial
carriage, and a par - of imHlirrii bay horses,
gentle and good travHkos, 7 and 8 years old.
A firsi rate Piano, Chickering’s,” the
most approved of any in the United States.
ES BEES. Darien, or
J S BULLOCH,
Cedar Hill, Liberty County,
City Marshal’s Sale.
On the first Tuesday in APRIL next,
WILL be sold before the Couri House in
the City of Darien, between the usual hours
ofsale-rOne house situated at the Lower
Bluff, levied on as the property of Wai. V.
Tornerson to satisfy an execution obtained in
the Mayor’s Court of this City in favor of
Mitchell St Young
N. M. CAUL DEB, c, m.
THREE mouth-, ‘ > .ie, sjipplication
will be made u> the Bank of Darien, to
renew Script No. 41, doted May 27, 1819,
for four Shares in the name of George At
kinson, which has been lost
HENRY YONGE, Executor,
Estate of Grange Atkinson , dec.
Darien, March 10. 1835. 36
On the first Tuesday in MAY next,
WILL be sold by order of the Honorable
the Justices of the Inferior Court of VPlnlosh
county when setting for Ordinary purpose,
the following property belonging to the Es
tate of Theodore Dodge, in the following
named counties before the court house of
each between the usual hours of sale
Lot No 555, 17 district, 2 section, in the
county of Cobb.
Lot No 116, 9th district, 4th section, in
the county of Walker,
Half Lot No 292 2th district, 4tli section,
in the counter of ’ alker
Half Lot No 1289, 3d district, 4th section,
in the county of Floyd
Half Lot. No 265, Bth district, 4th section,
in the county of V alker
Half Lot No 974. 4th district, 3d section
in }he county of Cass.
JOHN B. GAUDRY,
TTtOUI. months after ate application will
E. be made to the Inferior Court of Glynn
County when setting for Ordinary Purposes
for leave to sell a Lot of Land drawn by the
orphans of Jas. Wallace, it) ,1/uscogee coun
ty, i.ot No. —, 19 District of said county.
JACOB HUMPH, Guardian,
jan 1— 25
TJTIIE subscriber wishes to n ic by the year
K a few negro men, to be < mploved as
boat hands, fi r whom fair wages will be al
lowed, and payment made as required
JOHN T. ROW LAND, Agent
IT® SNAWAY from tin subscriber on 23th
_&.IL January last, a negro fellow named
JES^EE—stoui made, black complexion,
leans forward when walking, with a scar on
Ins upper lip. Its likely he will make for
Tianen, and then to the North, or be carried
off by some sorry white man. The horse is
a dark bay with his left eye out, some sad
dle spots on his back and one nip lower than
the other. Any information will be thank
fully received, also a liberal reward will be
paid for his delivery or secured so 1 get him.
feb 2, 1835, 5t—33
FO R SALE,
I AND Lot, No. 245. 6 District, ."<1 Section
A Cass County, (this is an unproved lot)
Good titles will be given. Enquire at this
office. aug. 28—8
INFORMS bis friends and customers, that
lie has taken Charles S. Thomas into
copartnership, and that the business will be
conducted under the name and firm of
W. THOMAS & SC IT,
At the old stand, in this city, where they are
now opening a very handsome and extensive
assortment of goods usually called for in their
line of business—consisting af clothing rea
dy made, and a large assortment of goods for
saie without making or made to order by first
The latest fashions just received, and any
gentleman who favors them with their cus
tom may depend on having their Clothes in
as good style as can be obtained in any oth
er city although much larger than Darien.
•N. T. & S.
Georgia — M ‘lntosh County.
W! I ERE A S John JIT Clure applies for
Letters of administration on the Es
tate of William JI/‘Clure, senr. deceased
These are. therefore to cite and admonish
all anil singular the kindred and r re ditors of
said deceased to be and appear at my office
within the time prescribed by law, to shew
cause if any exist, why said letters should not
Given under my hand at Darien this fourth
day of February, 1835,
H VV PROUDFOOT,coo
MONTH:, after fiaW,
JL will be made to tie Honorable the
Justices of the Inferior Court of M’lntosh
county, sitting for ordinary purposes, tor ;
leave to sell the real and personal property !
belonging to tiie estate of Ferdinand Olieal |
late of said coanty deceased.
jan 6 26
On the fi-st Tuesday n APRIL next,
ILL br sold before the court house in i
▼ the the City of Darien, county of I
Mdntosh between the usual hours of sale the I
one halt of a Bay Mare, levied on as the pro-j
perty of the late James Pearce to satisfy an
execution in hvor of John tnglis, for the ben- !
efit of Young S. Pickard security tor the
late James Peirce.
J S PAGE, s. m. c.
On the firs dues day in MAY next,
\%Jf\ I.L be sdd before tbe court house in
wJ the City of Darien, County ofM‘ln-1
tosh, between He usual hours of sale, the j
Perth, Big San, Juno, .Tim, Little Sam, j
Nancy, Ally, Bolen, Mary, lulv, Peggy, An-;
drew, Phillis, Bt sey, Binder, Monday, Lon
don, Glasgow, Levied on as the property j
ot the late James H. Giekie to satisfy an ex- j
ecution on foreclosure of a mortgage in fa
vor ot Adam Tunno.
- J S PAGE, s m c.
) cJROi’OS |i- will |, c received tmtill the I
■4a 15th March next, for the simply at
Eon Ada ns, Newport Harbor R. 1. of the
It'll w ing;
Southern Yellow Pine Limber.
Viz. Is’ of sawed limber,
32 pieces, each 31 feet long, 12 by 12 inches,l
46 do. each 20. do do. do. !
2d, —ot sawed joists,
64 pieces, each 31 feet long, 12 by 6 inches, i
64 do. each 23 do. do. ‘do. do. j
321 do. each 21 do. do, do. do. j
86 do. each 18 $ do. do, do. do. j
111 do. each 12 do. do. do. do.
3d, — of planks, 3 inches thick, &12 inches j
15,000 Superficial feet, or 45,000 feet, inch
Each plank being 30 h feet long,—or, half
the number of planks being 20 feet, & half,
10 § feet long,—or, half, 18 A feet, & half,!
12 feet long;—or half, 16 j leet, k half. 14 j
4th, of flooring planks, 1 } inch thick, &
6 inches wide, 50,000 feet, inch measure.
In equal, or assorted lengths, not I‘essthan
Every piece of the above lumber
must be of the best quality, as to strength
and durability!—ot full dimensions, and per
fectly lien from sap, shakes, cracks, splits,
and from knots that are loose, decaved, or
more than jof an inch in diameter. No
piece will be received that contains rnanv
knots, although they may be small and
sth, or CLEAR flooring planks, 1 $ inch
thick, and 6 inches wide; —best quality.
13.000 feet,inch measure.
In equal, or assorted lengths, not less than J
The delivery to commence early in the i
Summer, and be completed by the Ist- of !
Payment will be made, if required, on
each cargo duly inspected and received.
All communications touching this subject,
will be addressed to the Subscriber.
JOS-G TOTTEN, Lt. Col. ?
Eng’rs. Brevet Col. $
Fort Adams, Newport Harbor, R. I. 7
Jan. 17.1835. S
Georgia —M‘lhtosh County.
WHEREAS John Af Clure applies for
Letters of administration on the Es
tate of William Jkl’ Clare, junr. deceased.
These are therefore to cite and admonish
all and singular the kindred and creditors of
said deceased to be and appear at my office
within the time prescibed by law, to shew
cause if any exist, why said letters should not
Given under my ham at Darien this fourth
day ol February, 1835.
HW PROUDFOOT, c co
\o. *> / >
E.veaitive < ft
Miltedgeville, March 14, 1855
The execution ot ihe act of Congress, of
30th June, 1834, providing lor tbe payment
of tbe claims of the citizens of Georgia, and
to carry into effect the Fourth Article t fi he
Treaty of Bth January, 1821, with the Creek
Indians, having been committed by the Pre
sident of the United States, to tlie judge
ment and discretion of the Governor of
Georgia, the final adjustment; and the bal
ance of the two hundred and fifty thousand
dollars, appropriated for that purpose, (a
mountmg to one hundred & forty one thou
sand and fitly-five dollars and ninety one
cents) having been received trorn the I reas
ury ot ‘.lie United States, and deposited in
the Central Bank of Georgia . and the pa
pers in relation to said claims having been
received at this department, 11 is therefore
ORDERED, that public notice be given
wll limit delay, in all the newspapers
ot this State, accompanied by a publication
ot the Act of Congress referred to, notifying
all who may be concerned, of the aforesaid
arrangement, and requesting all claimants,
and their representatives, who have not
heretofore presented their claims, as well as
those who may have any additional proof or
explanation to offer in support of claims al
ready presented, and provided tor by the
Act of Congress, to,present ihe same to this
Department, with all practicable despatch,
as no claimant can receive his proportion of
the appropiatior., until the whole of the
claims shall have been adjusted, in terms of
the late Act of Congress.
By order of the Governor,
K. A GREENE, Sec. Ex. Dep.
AN ACT to carry into full effect the fourth
article of the treaty of the eighth <9 Janu
ary, eighteen hundred and tw'enty-one,
with the Creek nation of Indians, so far as
to the claims of citizens ot Georgia agtunst
said Indians, prior to eighteen hundred Sc
(Sf.c. I.] lie it enacted by the Senate and
House of Representatives of the United States
of America in Congress assembled, That the
President of the United States be, and lie/ is
hereby, authorized to cause to be adjusted
and paid to full indemnity, out of’ any money
in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated,
all claims of citizens ot the Slate ot Georgia,
under the fourth article of the treaty of the
eighth January, eighteen hundred and twen
ty-one, between tbe United States and the
Creek nation of Indians, which have not
been heretofore adjusted and paid, on the
following principles ; all claims which have
not been heretofore adjusted and paid fouu
-1 ded upon the capture and detention, or de
struction of property by said Indians, prior
, to the passage of the act regulating inter
course with Indian tribes, if satisfactorily
established, shall be allowed and paid.
Sec. 2- And be it further enacted. That
there shall be an interest of six per cent, per
annum allowed and paid on the amount ot all
claims which have been or may be adjusted
and established under ihe provisions of the
aforesaid treaty, to be calculated from the
date of the origin of the claims, respectively
up to the date of the adjustment and estab.
lishment of said claims respectively. Pro•
videdhowever, That the amount which may
be allowed under the provisions of this act
as interest be calculated on the amount ot”
the value of the property so taken or des
troyed : the amount of the principal ot each
claim to be determined by the value of the
property for which it was and is made, at
the time said property was so taken or des
troyed : And provided, ahg, That the ag
gregate amount of the claims which have
been, and hereafter may be, paid, shall not
; exceed the sum of two hundred and fifty
j Sec. 3. And be it further enacted, Thai if)
! on the adjustment of the aforesaid claims,
the amount which may be found due, and
the amount already paid, with the interest to
be calculated as aforesaid, shall exceed the
sum of two hundred and fifty thousand dol
lars, the President be and he is hereby, au
thorized to cause a fair and equal distribu
tion of the unexpended balance of the said
two hundred and fifty thousand dollars to be
made among the claimants, in proportion to
the amount which may have been, or shall
be, found due to them, respectively : Provi
ded, That the principal of the respective
claims shall be first paid.
Approved June 30, 1834.
! FIAHE subset ibr w ishes to contract for th®.
I delivery 10 lorn at Doboy Island, and
at this place, a quantity ofl.ightwood—per
sons disposed to contract will please make
proposals at an early period.
JOHN T. ROWLAND, AgefU.