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Southern Recorder

Milledgeville, Georgia

Transcribed by Margie Daniels

4/4/2004


William S. Mitchell    
     

 

Nov. 13, 1835 No. 44--Vol. XVI

The recorder is published twice a week during the Session of the Legislature, on Hancock street nearly opposite the Masonic Hall, at Three dollars per annum, payable in advance or four dollars if not paid before the end of the year.

Sales of land and negroes, by Administrators, Executors, or Guardians are required by law to be held on the first Tuesday in the month between the hours of ten in the forenoon, and three in the afternoon, at the court house of the county in which the property is situate.  Notices of these sales must be given in a public gazette sixty days previous to the day of sale.

Notices for the sale of personal property must be given in a like manner, FORTY days previous to the day of sale.  Also, notice to the debtors and creditors of an estate must be published for Forty Days.

Notice that application will be made to the Court of Ordinary for leave to sell land must be published for FOUR months.


Nov. 13, 1835 No. 44--Vol XVI

William S. MITCHELL announces himself a candidate for Clerk of the Superior Court of Baldwin county, at the next January election.

We are authorized to announce Luke ROBINSON, as candidate for Tax Receiver at the ensuing election.. Nov. 3

 

Nov. 13, 1835 No. 44--Vol XVI

Central Bank of Georgia

The undersigned officers of this bank will hereafter attend to the renewal of all notes that may be entrusted to their care for the customary fee of one dollar each renewal.  Officers of the Central Bank of Georgia or any one of them will be promptly attended to. 

C. C. Mills- Cashier
W. J. Davis, Teller
L. D. Buckner, Dis't Clerk
B. H. Reynolds, Book Keeper\

Medical Notice

Dr. G. D. Case informs the citizens and vicinity that he has opened an office in the East tenement of the Recorder Office, where he would be happy to wait upon all those who may favor him in the various departments of the medical profession.- Milledgeville Sept. 25, 1835

 

Nov. 13, 1835 No. 44--Vol XVI

Lafayette Hall

The undersigned respectfully informs his friends and the public that he continues to occupy Lafayette Hall in Milledgeville where he flatters himself those who favor him with a call, will find everything provided which can contribute to their comfort and convenience.. D. B. Mitchell 
Sept. 25 1835

 

Nov. 13, 1835 No. 44--Vol XVI

Globe Tavern

The above establishment, situated near the Northwest corner of the Public Square in the town of Covington, Ga. has recently been purchased by the subscriber from Mr. John Anderson, the former proprietor and is now open for accommodation.  Sanford Wilburn
Sept 19

 

Nov. 13, 1835 No. 44--Vol XVI

Georgia Hotel
Gainesville, Ga.

The undersigned informs his old friends and the public generally, that he has taken the above spacious establishment situate on the NW corner of the Public Square in the pleasant and healthy village of Gainesville, Hall County where he is and hopes at all other time to be prepared to accommodate regular and transient boarders. His house lots and stables are large and commodious and of the most approved construction.  Attached to his hotel are several neat outbuildings, suitagl3e for private boarders and families.  The beautiful excellent Lime Stone Springs in the neighborhood of Gainesville, its notoriety for health and the refinement to its society renders it a desirable summer retreat not only to the invalid but to the gay and the fashionable.  All who may call at the hotel will find a home as the proprietor will spare no pains or trouble to render his guests comfortable.

Lorenzo Ripley.. Cot. 27, 1838

 

Nov. 13, 1835 No. 44--Vol XVI

Land and Mills for Sale

The subscriber desirous of leaving the State, now offers for sale his Land and Mills situated within two miles of Thomaston, Upson County, Ga.

There are about 380 ac. of land all of good quality, 100 of which are cleared.
The mills are on the Columbus road supplied by a never failing stream, Potato Creek. 
The fall is so great that no dam is required.  The water is taken from the fall into a race.
There is water and fall enough for any machinery that may be wanted and it is one of the best sites in the State for a Factory. 

I will like wise sell my house and lot in the town of Thomaston House and lots in the town of Franklin, Heard county , 100  acres of Swamp Land near Augusta, 202 1/2 acres of land being lot number 30 in the 3rd district of Monroe county, 202 1/2  of land being lot number 308 in the 5th district of Coweta county and 202 1/2 acres of land being lot number 170 in the 60th district of Henry county, 101 1/4 acres of land being number 205 in the 5th district of Carroll county and for number 684 in the 4th district of 3rd  section of the late Cherokee purchase. The whole of any part of the above property sold cheap.

J. W. Bridges.  Thomaston, Upson County, Ga. Oct. 18, 1835

 

Nov. 13, 1835 No. 44--Vol XVI

Lands for Sale

No. 9,     14th dist, Irwin, now Thomas Co.
       83,    19th dist. Early now Decatur Co.
        87,    8th  dist. Early now Baker County
        44    9th dist Fayette now Campbell County
        48    16th Dist. Henry
        48     23rd dist. 3d section now Floyd County, may be had at fair prices, by letter or in person addressed to the subscriber living in Louisville, Ga.

Ebenezer Bothwell  October - 13

 

   Nov. 13, 1835 No. 44--Vol XVI

Valuable Lands very Cheap

The subscriber offers for sale the lands upon which he now lives in Jones county at the reduced price of $5 per acre, in two payments which payments may be extended by adding the interest.  The tract contains

626 acres about 326  acres cleared, one half of that fresh fine cotton land, the balance in the woods, free strong oak and hickory land.  It is situated on the main road leading from Tinsley's Ferry to Clinton, 12 miles from the latter place in sight of the  road leading from Forsythe to Milledgeville, and within 22 miles of the commercial  city of Macon. Upon the premises is a large well finished two story dwelling, store-house, gin house and other necessary out houses.  The situation is high and very healthy the stand is a good one for a merchant and blacksmith

Swepson Taylor

The Columbian (S.C) Telescope will give the above six weekly insertions, and forward their account to me at Clinton, Ga. and a paper containing the above.  Clinton Ga., Sept. 26

           

Nov. 13, 1835 No. 44--Vol XVI

Four months after date, application will be made to the honorable the Inferior Court of Laurens County, for leave to sell all the real estate of Neill Munroe, deceased of said county

Russell Kellam, Adm'r de bonis-non
November 3, 1835

 

Nov. 13, 1835 No. 44--Vol XVI

Wlliam G. Lane advertising goods, large dry goods, clothing store, many house hold items.

 

Nov. 13, 1835 No. 44--Vol XVI

M. M. Dye and Son, advertising Staple Goods, Upper end of Fox's new brick building, and opposite Dr. Wray's Drug Store Augusta, Ga.

 

Nov. 13, 1835 No. 44--Vol XVI

The Skull Shoal Mfg. Co., desirous of employing 18-20 hands. Comfortable houses furnished for families where there are 5 or more in a family from 11-20 yrs of age.

T. N. Poullain Oct. 22
 

Nov. 13, 1835 No. 44--Vol XVI

The races over the Columbus Tue, will take place the 2nd Tue in Dec. Next.

M. W. Thweatt, Sec'ry

 

Nov. 13, 1835 No. 44--Vol XVI

Notice is here by given, that the power of attorney given to Thomas Goodson, by the undersigned both of the county of Washington, State of Ga. is hereby revoked as the said Goodson is aiming or endeavoring to defraud the said Cason Moore out of his land.  This is to forewarn all persons from trading for said land from Thomas Goodson, or any other lawful agent made by the said Goodson, under the power of attorney, made or given by Thomas Goodson, or any other person whatever.

Cason Moore  October 23, 1835

 

Nov. 13, 1835 No. 44--Vol XVI

$10.00 Reward--

Lost or mislaid in this city , within a few days past. 4 notes of hand, drawn in favor of the subscriber by Aaron Smith, Esq., Mr. Henry Gary, Mr. Benjamin Harper and Robert Binion, Esq'r, all dated Hancock Co., Ga. October 1, 1835 and made payable on the 1st of Jan. 1836.  The above reward will be paid to any person who may have found the above described notes by leaving them at the office of the Augusta Chronicle

James Stewart Augusta, Oct. 24

 

Nov. 13, 1835 No. 44--Vol XVI

Four months after date, application will be made to the Inferior Court of Thomas County when sitting for ordinary purposes, for leave to sell the two Negroes, Tom and Warren, belonging to the estate of Nicholas C. Lewis, deceased.

Allsey Strickland, Adm'r  Sept 22, 1835

 

Nov. 13, 1835 No. 44--Vol XVI

Four months after date, application will be made to the Inferior Court of Oglethorpe county, when sitting for  ordinary purposes for leave to sell the real estate of William Furcron deceased.

Cornelius Furcron Adm'r  July 14, 1835

 

Nov. 13, 1835 No. 44--Vol XVI

Four months after date, application will be made to the Inferior Court of Baldwin  county, when sitting for  ordinary purposes for leave to sell negroes belonging to the orphans of Wyatt Foard, of Jones Co., deceased.

Thomas Foard, Guardian  June 30, 1835

 

Nov. 13, 1835 No. 44--Vol XVI

Four months after date, application will be made to the Inferior Court of Laurens  county, when sitting for  ordinary purposes for leave to sell lot of land no. 81 in the 8th district Coweta county, belonging to Crossby J. Horn, a minor heir of Josiah Horn, deceased.

Rebecca Horn, Guardian Sept. 29, 1835

 

Nov. 13, 1835 No. 44--Vol XVI

Four months after date, application will be made to the Inferior Court of Laurens  county, when sitting for  ordinary purposes for leave to sell the real estate  of James Kinchen, late of said county , deceased.

John G. Anderson, Wm. McLeondon , Ex'ors   Sept. 29, 1835

 

Nov. 13, 1835 No. 44--Vol XVI

Four months after date, application will be made to the Inferior Court of Jasper  county, when sitting for  ordinary purposes for leave to sell one lot of land no. 80, in the 15th dist originally Baldwin now Jasper county for the benefit of the heirs of the estate of Samuel Edmonson, of the county of Jasper, deceased.

Martha Edmonson, Adm'rx   Oct. 20, 1835

 

Nov. 13, 1835 No. 44--Vol XVI

Four months after date, application will be made to the Inferior Court of Hancock county, when sitting for  ordinary purposes for leave to sell real estate belonging to the orphans of John Berry deceased, consisting of lot no. 98, in the 5th district of Troup, and lot no 2 district of Coweta.

Tuttle H. Audas, Guardian  October 6, 1835

 

Nov. 13, 1835 No. 44--Vol XVI

Four months after date, application will be made to the Inferior Court of Walton county, when sitting for  ordinary purposes for leave to sell the negroes belonging to the estate of Boyce Powell, late of said county deceased.

J. W. Dickens, Adm'r  Walton County, Sept 22, 1835

 

Nov. 13, 1835 No. 44--Vol XVI

Four months after date, application will be made to the Inferior Court of Laurens  county, when sitting for  ordinary purposes for leave to sell the plantation whereon Samuel Park deceased lived.  Sold for the benefit of the hers.  Terms on the day

Rowland Paramore, Guardian  Sept. 8, 1835

 

Nov. 13, 1835 No. 44--Vol XVI

Four months after date, application will be made to the Inferior Court of Washington county, when sitting for  ordinary purposes for leave to sell all the real estate of Soloman Page, deceased.

Elizabeth Page, Admx.  Sept 7 1835

 

Nov. 13, 1835 No. 44--Vol XVI

Four months after date, application will be made to the Inferior Court of Campbell  county, when sitting for  ordinary purposes for leave to sell all the real estate, land and negroes of Samuel Pruett, deceased late of said county for the benefit of the heirs.

Elijah Wyatt, Admr  Sept. 15 1835

 

Nov. 13, 1835 No. 44--Vol XVI

Four months after date, application will be made to the Inferior Court of Laurens  county, when sitting for  ordinary purposes for leave to sell the real estate of George Hollingsworth, deceased late of said county.

Richard Barlow, Exec.  July 27 1835

 

Nov. 13, 1835 No. 44--Vol XVI

Four months after date, application will be made to the Inferior Court of Jones  county, when sitting for  ordinary purposes for leave to sell Lot no 206 in the 5th dist. of originally Muscogee, now Marion county, belonging to the orphans of William Tooly.

Mary S. Tooly, Guardian.  July 4 1835

 

Nov. 13, 1835 No. 44--Vol XVI

Four months after date, application will be made to the Inferior Court of Washington  county, when sitting for  ordinary purposes for leave to sell lot of land lying in Washington county, containing 200 acres belonging to the of John Begood, Sen. late of said county, dec.

Richard Bedgood Ec'or  July 14 1835

 

Nov. 13, 1835 No. 44--Vol XVI

Four months after date, application will be made to the Inferior Court of Coweta  county, when sitting for  ordinary purposes for leave to sell the land and negro belonging to the estate of Isaac Brown, dec., for the benefit of the heirs and creditors of said dec.

Sylvanus Bell, Jr.  July 7 1835

 

Nov. 13, 1835 No. 44--Vol XVI

Four months after date, application will be made to the Inferior Court of Laurens  county, when sitting for  ordinary purposes for leave to sell

Nov. 13 1835 No. 44-- Vol XVI

Jacob Foble advertising to sell a variety of goods.

 

Nov. 13, 1835 No. 44--Vol XVI

Four months after date, application will be made to the Inferior Court of Lowndes  county, when sitting for  ordinary purposes for leave to sell real estate and negroes belonging to the estate of Henry Colson, late of said county , deceased.

Francis Rowntree, Admr.  July 28, 1835

 

Nov. 13, 1835 No. 44--Vol XVI

Four months after date, application will be made to the Inferior Court of Taliferro  county, when sitting for  ordinary purposes for leave to sell the negroes belonging to the estate of Emily Andrews, late of said county deceased.

Joel M. Chivers Admr    Taliferro county, July 22 1835

 

Nov. 13, 1835 No. 44--Vol XVI

Four months after date, application will be made to the Inferior Court of Fayette  county, when sitting for  ordinary purposes for leave to sell land belonging to the estate of Peter Mann late of said county deceased.

Peter D. Mann, Gideon F. Mann, Adm'rs, Sept. 156 1835

 

Nov. 13, 1835 No. 44--Vol XVI

Four months after date, application will be made to the Inferior Court of Baldwin  county, when sitting for  ordinary purposes for leave to sell the real estate of John Jolley late of said county deceased.

William Jolley, Admr  July 6 1835

 

Nov. 13, 1835 No. 44--Vol XVI

Four months after date, application will be made to the Inferior Court of Upson  county, when sitting for  ordinary purposes for leave to sell land belonging to the orphans of William Simmons.

Stephen S. White Guardian  Sept 15 1835

 

Nov. 13, 1835 No. 44--Vol XVI

Four months after date, application will be made to the Inferior Court of Hancock  county, when sitting for  ordinary purposes for leave to sell the negroes belonging to the estate of John Parker, late of said county deceased.

Benjamin F. Latimer, admr. July 14 1835

 

Nov. 13, 1835 No. 44--Vol XVI

Four months after date, application will be made to the Inferior Court of Twiggs  county, when sitting for  ordinary purposes for leave to sell the real estate of John Hatcher late of said county deceased for heirs and creditors.

John Glover Admr. July 14 1835

 

Nov. 13, 1835 No. 44--Vol XVI

Four months after date, application will be made to the Inferior Court of Greene  county, when sitting for  ordinary purposes for leave to sell a lot of land no. 78 in the 6th distinct of Coweta co. belonging to William D. Arnold, minor

Bennett H. Eley, Gardn  November 3 1835

 

Nov. 13, 1835 No. 44--Vol XVI

Four months after date, application will be made to the Inferior Court of Campbell  county, when sitting for  ordinary purposes for leave to sell the whole of the real estate of Samuel Pruett, deceased.

Elijah Wyatt, Admr in the right of his wife  Aug. 25 1835

 

Nov. 13, 1835 No. 44--Vol XVI

Four months after date, application will be made to the Inferior Court of Hancock  county, when sitting for  ordinary purposes for leave to sell a part of the negroes belonging to John Gilbert, minor of the benefit of said minor.

Darias Gilbert, Guardian  Aug. 24 1835

 

Nov. 13, 1835 No. 44--Vol XVI

Four months after date, application will be made to the Inferior Court of Taliaferro  county, when sitting for  ordinary purposes for leave to sell the real estate of Stephen Ellington late of said county deceased.

Archibald Gresham, Owen Stewart, Admrs.  Aug. 18 1835

 

Nov. 13, 1835 No. 44--Vol XVI

Four months after date, application will be made to the Inferior Court of Upson  county, when sitting for  ordinary purposes for leave to sell the entire real and personal of Catherine Cobb, deceased.

William A. Cobb, Exec.  June 30 1835

 

Nov. 13, 1835 No. 44--Vol XVI

Four months after date, application will be made to the Inferior Court of Thomas  county, when sitting for  ordinary purposes for leave to sell the land and negroes belonging to the estate of Paul Coalson, deceased.

Thomas E Blackshear, Joseph Summerlin, Adm'r  Oct. 27 1835

 

Nov. 13, 1835 No. 44--Vol XVI

Advertisement for Dr. Peters Patent Vegteable medicine.

Prepared by Jos. Priestly Peters, M. D.
These invaluable medicines are for sale in Augusta at the drug and apothecary stores of R. B. Havilland and Co. and Thomas Barrett in Washington, by Lane and Wingfield in Decatur, by Samuel Cone in Macon by Shotwell, Brown and Co., in Columbus by E. S. NOrton in Byron, by Tomas Porter in Hawkinsville, by Daniel Matthews in Greensborough, by John Chew in Eatonton, by Hudson and  Thomas at the Indian Springs, by E. F. Thomason, P. M. in Montgomery, Al, by Pollard and Maddox, where numerous certificates of their unrivaled  efficacy  can be seen and can be obtained in Milledgeville at the street lottery office of Pryor Wright.

 

Nov. 13, 1835 No. 44--Vol XVI

For Rent or Lease- Washington Hall formerly occupied by Henry Duncan.
Milledgeville, Oct. 6

 

Nov. 13, 1835 No. 44--Vol XVI

For Sale-

My plantation and residence 30 miles from Augusta, lying on the Louisville stage road one mile from Hudsonville Post office containing near 800 acres, of which, 200 are in cultivation, most of which is fresh in good repair and lies well.

Upon the place is a comfortable dwelling a barn and stables, and all other convenient out houses and in excellent stand for business.

Attached to the Plantation is a valuable Grist Mill on the waters of Brushy Creek, there is also a good situation for a saw mill. Its convenience to Augusta and other advantages renders it a very desirable place. Persons wishing to purchase are requested to call and view the premises.

John Way..  Jefferson County, Ga. Oct. 9

 

Nov. 13, 1835 No. 44--Vol XVI

For Sale

The undersigned offers for sale the plantation which he resides.  ON the premises are a comfortable dwelling with all necessary out buildings with a well of excellent water.  It is situated in Baldwin co. and on the main road to Monticello, 8 miles from Milledgeville,  The tract contains 900 acres.  Presuming that no one would purchase without viewing the premises it is thought unnecessary to state particulars. 

Samuel Smith   Sept. 15

 

Nov. 13, 1835 No. 44--Vol XVI

J. L. White advertisement to sell two first rate Cotton Gins.

 

Nov. 13, 1835 No. 44--Vol XVI

$30.00 Reward

Runaway from my plantation in Montgomery county, Ga. in the fork of the Oconee and Ocmulgee rivers, my negro man by the name of TOM, 17 or 18 years of age, straight built, steps nimble, lips inclined to be long and loose, dark complexion  and when questioned close he is apt to stutter especially when under excitement, he has a large scar on his left foot between his great toe an done next to it, which was done by the chop of an axe.  I have reason to believe he has been carried off by some white man.  The are reward will be given for said negro and the apprehension of the thief or twenty dollars will be given for the boy to be lodged in any safe jail within the state or delivered to me, or any information that will lead to the detection of said boy, will be kindly received and rewarded accordingly.  He left on the evening of the last Sunday in the month of August 1834,

James Chaney  October 24 1835

 

Nov. 13, 1835 No. 44--Vol XVI

Two hundred dollars reward.

Runaway from the plantation of Henry Brown on Hard-labor creek, in Morgan County about the first of May last, my negro man, Jerry about 25 years of age, he is a very likely boy, very quiet spoken, nearly 6 feet high of dark complexion and weighs about 175-80 pounds.  I have reason to believe he was stolen and taken out of state by some white man. Any person who will deliver said boy and the thief who stole him to me in Madison, Morgan county, Ga. shall receive the reward or I will give 100 dollars to any person who will deliver said boy to me if  taken out of this state or 50 dollars if taken within the state.

 

Nov. 13, 1835 No. 44--Vol XVI

100 dollar reward

Will be given the apprehension and delivery of Elijar R. Tuckeh at this place who made his escape from the jail of this county on the evening of the 24 Dec last. Said Tucker was committed to jail for negro stealing, he is a man about 40-45 years of age, he is inclined to be chunky and well set, say about 5 feet 6 or 7 inches high, fair complexion, grey eyes, end of  his nose bit off, hair rather curly and black.  We hear he is passing himself by the name of Ross.

Thomas Jones  Thomas county, July 6 1835
N. B. He is not suppose to be in Houston or Dooley county of this state.

Note: Name is Elijar R. Tukeh spelled as shown in the paper article.

 

Nov. 13, 1835 No. 44--Vol XVI

Notice from Robert Micklejohn, Secr'y after the 12 of Nov. no baker or other person is to sell baked goods or any other things of which meal or flour is a component part unless first obtaining a license from the board.

 

Nov. 13, 1835 No. 44--Vol XVI

Henry Branham advertisement to sell Petit Gulph cotton seed

 

Nov. 13, 1835 No. 44--Vol XVI

Bank of Georgia, dividend no. 35.  A. Porter, cashier

 

Nov. 13, 1835 No. 44--Vol XVI

T. H. Mifflin, of Philadelphia, portrait painter intends a professional visit to Milledgeville during the session of the legislature.

 

Nov. 13, 1835 No. 44--Vol XVI

Teacher wanted to take charge of Jenkins Academy at Waverly Hall Harris county.

Trustees.
George Osborn
Springer Gibson
Wm. Whitehead
Thomas Mahone
Jas. Yarborough

 

Nov. 13, 1835 No. 44--Vol XVI

Land for sale in Cherokee- Gold

Subscribers have various lots for sale in Cherokee. Any person wishing to purchase the listed lots will please address us at Louisville, Jefferson County.  Thomas Davis, Robert A. L. Atkinson

Nov. 10 1835

 

Nov. 13, 1835 No. 44--Vol XVI

Land and Negroes for sale.

Subscribe being desirous of devoting his attention exclusively to the profession of law will offer for sale to the highest bidder, on Thursday the 19th day of November next (1835) at his residence in Harris county, 4 miles below Hamilton on the market road to Columbus, the tract of land whereon he now lives containing 655  acres of some of the best lands on the Mulberry and Sonbatchie, with a plantation of 150 acres of open land and a comfortable dwelling house on a beautiful eminence, supplied with springs of the purest water and invariably healthful.  At the same time and place he will offer for sale to the highest bidder 17 likely negroes, composed of men women, boys and children, raised in this state and accustomed to all the labors of a farm in a cotton raising region.  He will also sell at the same time all the corn and fodder raised on the farm, 5 large mules, wagons and gear, cotton gin, saws, abut 4000 pounds of porkck of hogs and cattle, horses, plantation tools household furniture and utensils.  Among the above negroes are a most excellent foreman, a Wagoner, a carriage driver, both young and unsurpassed in skill and care, a first rate cook and waiting maids trained to the household.

Hopkins Holsey Harris County, GA. Oct 29

 

Nov. 13, 1835 No. 44--Vol XVI

Notice--
Will be sold at my residence in Baldwin County on Thur. the 10th day of December next, a quantity of household goods.

Milley Bivins  Nov. 7 1835

 

Nov. 13, 1835 No. 44--Vol XVI

Georgia Thomas County.

Joshua Porter ? before me ?, Joseph Taylor a Justice for the 753d company district of Thomas County, 1 Bay Horse 15 years old, about 15 hands high, two bridle teeth on the left side, a white spot under the right eye, appraised by Benjamin Wamack and John Henderson April 11 1835.

A true copy from the estray book.

Hansel R. Seward, Cl'k November 10 1835

 

Nov. 13, 1835 No. 44--Vol XVI

Strayed away from subscriber, residing in the neighborhood of Scottsborough, Baldwin Co., about the first of August last a large Sorrell horse.

Richard A. Batson  Nov. 4


Nov. 13, 1835 No. 44--Vol XVI

Brought to Crawfordville Jail, Taliaferro county on the 19th instant, Two Negro Men who say they belong to John McQuilley who is moving from Fairfield District, SC to Red river that they left said McQuilley last Sat. morning near Greensborough Ga.  The said negroes calling themselves by the names of Wesley and Dick Wesley is tall, slender and black about 17 years of age, Dick is rather inclined to be yellow complected with a large scar on the left side of his face, about 24-25 years of age.  The owner of these negroes is requested to dome forward an prove property, pay charges and take them away

William Little, Jailor  Oct. 20 1835

 

Nov. 13, 1835 No. 44--Vol XVI

The bill for the pardon of John B. Childers, lately under condemnation for murder passed the house on Wed. last, having previously passed the Senate, it only awaits the assent of the Gov., of which we presume, there is no doubt.

 

Nov. 13, 1835 No. 44--Vol XVI

John W. Gordon of Jones was on Wed. last elected Brig. Gen. in place of Gen. Flewellen, dec., Lewis L. Griffin of Monroe, Maj. Gen. Vice Gen. Elias Beall, removed and Edward Featherston, of Muscogee, vice Gen. McDougald resigned.

 

Nov. 13, 1835 No. 44--Vol XVI

Married in Savannah on Wed. evening, 5th inst. by Rev. Thomas F. Scott, Dr. J. Mitchell to Eliza, second daughter of Dr. E. Coppee

 

Nov. 13, 1835 No. 44--Vol XVI

In Hancock County, on Thursday, the 5th inst. by Hardy C. Culver, Esq., Mr. John M. Hall of Warren county to Miss Martha B Birdsong, daughter of the late Col. Isaac Birdsong, of the former place.

 

Nov. 13, 1835 No. 44--Vol XVI

Died of bilious fever, at the residence of her brother Eugenius A. Nesbit, Esq., in Madison, Morgan County on Sunday morning the 1st inst., Miss Ophelia Ann , youngest daughter of the late Dr. Jas. Nisbet of Athens, in the 17thyear of her age.

 

Nov. 13, 1835 No. 44--Vol XVI

I contemplate leaving this state next spring or summer and in order to settle my business shall discontinue the practice of medicine at this place bout the first day of next Jan.  Any physician desirous of a pleasant country location will perhaps find it to his interest to succeed me in te practice.  I will dispose of my stock of medicine, shop furn. and library on accommodating terms. Further information address me at Pleasant Grove Henry County Georgia.

Henry Starr  November 7

 

Nov. 13, 1835 No. 44--Vol XVI

Midway Seminary- Semi annual examination of the students. D. E. Sykes, Sec.

 

Nov. 13, 1835 No. 44--Vol XVI

Georgia Decatur County

John St. Johns, Adm. on the estate of Lewis St. Johns, dec. applies for ltrs of dismission from said estate. Given under my hand at office this 2nd day of Nov. 1835.

Cadmus M. Amos, Clk, C. o.  Nove. 18 1835

 

Nov. 13, 1835 No. 44--Vol XVI

The business heretofore transacted under the name of W. & H. Bryson will be continued by the surviving partner, under the same firm.

W. & H. Bryson.

 

Nov. 13, 1835 No. 44--Vol XVI

Long article "Extract from the presentments of the grand jury of Jasper county, Oct. Term 1835"

Signers,
Reuben Dawkins, Foreman
John Ragland
Job. C. Patterson
Wm. A. Reid
John T. D. Parks
Eli Glover
Abba Benton
Henry P. Richards
Even H. Powell
Robert Sharmon
R. C. Clayton
Wm. Phillips
John Knight, Jr.
Carden Goolsby
Sherod H. GAy
Benjamin BArned
Benj. W. Purifoy
Wm. Ware
John Brownfield
Jubel Cochran
John Clarke
Wm. A. Moore

A true extract from the minutes William B. Stokes, Clerk
Nov. 13

 

Nov. 13, 1835 No. 44--Vol XVI

George Crutchfield advertises to sell rooted grape vines.

 

Nov. 13, 1835 No. 44--Vol XVI

Teacher wanted to take charge of a private school in a healthy neighborhood.

Send letter addressed to Marion Georgia to either subscribers at Marion, Georgia, Twiggs county

Joel Denson
Thomas Glover

 

Nov. 13, 1835 No. 44--Vol XVI

The subscriber has removed his Tailor shop to Oak Grove, Morgan county , where he is prepared to fill orders.

William B. Milbur   Nov. 13

 

Nov. 13, 1835 No. 44--Vol XVI

William and his son John W. Lumpkin, Milledgeville, advertise to sell in land in various counties in Ga.\

Nov. 13

 

Nov. 13, 1835 No. 44--Vol XVI

All persons indebted to the estate of Asa W. Veal, deceased are requested to make immediate payment, either to Dr. J. N. Culbertson or the subscriber.

Benj. F. Hardeman Adm'r  Nov. 13

 

Nov. 13, 1835 No. 44--Vol XVI

Agreeably to an order of the honorable of the Inferior Court of Decatur county, when sitting for ordinary purposes, will be sold the first Tue in Feb. next at the court house in Bainbridge, Decatur county the following lost of land. Lot 345 , in the 19th dist formerly Early now Decatur County 200 acres, more or less, it being a part of lot no. 346 in the 19th dist formerly Early now Decatur.  175 acres more oar less it being a part of lot no 375 in the 19th dist. of formerly Early , now Decatur Co. Sold for the benefit of the heirs of Daniel McNair, late of Decatur county deceased.

Robert M. McNair

John G. McNair Adm'rs

 

Nov. 13, 1835 No. 44--Vol XVI

John Donalson applies to me for letters of admin. on the estate of Rebecca Waters, deceased.

And whereas Eason Tison applies for letters of admin on the estate of James Rials, late of said county.  This

Given under my hand at office this 2nd day of November 1835.

 

Nov. 13, 1835 No. 44--Vol XVI

Extract from a long article "Presentments of the grand jury at Oglethorpe Superior Court Oct Tem  1835"

The grand jury present, charge and accuse Henry Wright and James T. Wright of said county with the offence of employing slaves in work on the Sabbath day, for the said Henry and James T. on the 14th day of June 1835, the  same being the Sabbath day at the plantation of the said Henry, in the county aforesaid unlawfully did employ the slaves of him the said Henry, to wit: Nelson and others whose names are to be the jurors unknown in planting peas, such work not being absolutely necessary contrary to the laws of said state, the good order, peace and dignity  thereof.  In taking leave of Judge Andrews tender him our thanks for the ability and promptitude with which he has discharged his official duties.  Our acknowledgements are also due to the Solicitor General for his courtesy and attention during the term. 

Briton Stamps, Formean
James W. Davenport
John Fullerlove
Robert Howard
Lemuel Edwards,
Richard Huff
Hendon Olive
Charles Meriwether
Joel Hurt
Richard Dowdy
Lewis J. Deupree
Geo. W. Gresham
Henry Allen
Thomas B. Pinson
William Mc Whorter
Ephriam Jackson
Blanton M. Hill
William R. Brooks
Thos. R. Andrews

We, the undersigned profess against so much of the above presentments as are opposed to the establishment of a court of errors.

Blanton M. Hill
Ephraim Jackson

 

Nov. 13, 1835 No. 44--Vol XVI

I will sell large highly improved plantation on Shoulderbane Creek in Hancock county, the former residence of William Hudson deceased.  For terms apply to Col. Irby Hudson on the premises or the subscriber.

Irby Hudson, Ex'or of Wm. Hudson dec'd   Nov. 9


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Nov. 13, 1835 No. 44--Vol XVI

We are indebted to a highly respectable Gentleman of Hardy County , for the following facts relative to a Mammoth Apple Tree on the  farm of Captain Daniel McNeill of that county.

 

 

Nov. 13, 1835 No. 44--Vol XVI

Four months after date, application will be made to the Inferior Court of Washington  county, when sitting for  ordinary purposes for leave to sell a part of the negroes belonging to the estate of Arthur Whitfield, late of said county , deceased for the benefit of the heirs and creditors of said deceased.

Peter P. Smith Ex'or  Nov. 6 1835

 

Nov. 13, 1835 No. 44--Vol XVI

Agreeably to an order of the Inferior Court of Jasper County, when sitting for ordinary purposes will be sold on the first Tuesday in Dec. next, within the usual hours of sale, before the courthouse door in Marion , Twiggs county Lot. No. 238, in the 25th district originally Wilkinson, now Twiggs County for the benefit of the heirs of Thomas Smith, deceased.  Terms on the day

Asa Smith
John Smith Admins.

 

Southern Recorder

Nov. 13, 1835 No. 44--Vol XVI

Agreeably to an order of the Inferior Court of Emanuel  County, when sitting for ordinary purposes will be sold on the first Tuesday in Dec. next, within the usual hours of sale, before the courthouse door in Cobb County one lot of land, NO. 449 in the 20th dist. of Cherokee, drawn by Nancy Gillis, Mary Gillis and Christian Gillis, the orphans of Murdock Gillis. Sold for the benefit of the orphans.

John Gillis, Guardian Sept. 15
 

Southern Recorder

Nov. 13, 1835 No. 44--Vol XVI

Agreeably to an order of the Inferior Court of Greene  County, when sitting for ordinary purposes will be sold on the first Tuesday in Dec. next, within the usual hours of sale before the Court-house door in the town of Greensborough, Green County , the land belonging to the estate of Aziel Bruce, late of said county, deceased, containing 171 3-4 acres, more of less on the waters of Shoulderbane creek.  Sold for the benefit of the heirs and creditors of said deceased.  Terms made known on the day of sale

Ephraim Bruce, Adm'r  Sept. 19
 

Southern Recorder

Nov. 13, 1835 No. 44--Vol XVI

Agreeably to an order of the Inferior Court of Newton  County, when sitting for ordinary purposes will be sold on the first Tuesday in Dec. next, within the usual hours of sale before the Court-house door in the town of Marion, Twiggs county, all the real estate  of said county together with so much ? , lying and being in the county of Houston contagious or adjoining  ? in Twiggs, of McCormick Neal, late of Newton County, deceased, i.e.943 6-10 acres more of  less, in the county of Twiggs, adjoining Bryan, and Exum, also 539 1/2 acres more or less in Houston county, separated from the above by the Ocmulgee river, (only) whereon is situated that well known ferry, by the name of Buzzard Rost, on the premises are upwards of 500 acres open and under fence, with Gin-house, band and negro houses, and both the tracts comprise a body of 1443 acres, which will be sold all in a body.  Also at the same time and place, the flat now used as ferry flat.  Terms of sale easy.

John Neal, Adm'r  Sept. 29

 

Southern Recorder

Nov. 13, 1835 No. 44--Vol XVI

Agreeably to an order of the Inferior Court of Morgan  County, when sitting for ordinary purposes will be sold, in Madison, said County on the first Tue. in Dec. next, between the lawful hours of sale, the following property to wit' 146 ac of land more or less situate, lying and being on the South West side of the Apalachee River, on which i situated a valuable Toll Bridge yielding an annual income of 500 dollars and upwards, formerly known as Hodges's and latterly as Langford's with a privilege of abutment to the bridge on the E. side of th river, which as much land as may be necessary for same. Also 8 negroes, men women, and children, very likely sold as the property of George Langford, deceased for the benefit of the heirs and creditors.  Terms cash for negroes, Terms for the land and bridge made known on the day of sale.

John W. Langford, Admr.  Sept. 23

Southern Recorder

Nov. 13, 1835 No. 44--Vol XVI

Agreeably to an order of the Inferior Court of Heard  County, when sitting for ordinary purposes will be sold   on the first Tue. in Dec. next, between the lawful hours of sale at the courthouse door in the town of Covington Newton County 101 1/4 acres of land, it being the North half of lot of land no 302 in the 9th dist. originally Henry now Newton county.  Sold for the benefit of the heirs and creditors of Allen Lane, late of Heard County deceased.

Rebecca Lane

 

Southern Recorder

Nov. 13, 1835 No. 44--Vol XVI

Agreeably to an order of the Inferior Court of Cherokee  County, when sitting for ordinary purposes will be sold,on the first Tue. in Dec. next, between the lawful hours of sale the following lots of land; lot no 732, in the 2nd district and 2nd section of Cherokee county, containing 40 acres more or less.  Also lot no 213 in the fourth dist of 2nd section of the county of Cherokee, as the property of the estate of John Sparrow, late of said county, deceased.  Also on the same day at the courthouse door in the county of Randolph lot 132 in the 7th district  of originally Lee, containing 202 1/2 acres more or less sold for the benefit of the creditors of said estate of John Sparrow, deceased.

Amasa Kellam
Benj. Howell Adm'rs  Sept. 22

 

Southern Recorder

Nov. 13, 1835 No. 44--Vol XVI

Agreeably to an order of the Inferior Court of Coweta  County, when sitting for ordinary purposes will be sold, at the courthouse in the town of Newnan, Coweta county on the first Tue. in Jan. next, the lot of land no. 116 in the 6th district Coweta with 50=60 acres cleared land and a negro fellow 18-19 years of age belonging to the estate of Isaac Brown deceased. Sold for the benefit of the heirs and creditors.

Sylvanus Bell, R. Adm'r  Oct. 25

 

Southern Recorder

Nov. 13, 1835 No. 44--Vol XVI

Agreeably to an order of the Inferior Court of Greene  County, when sitting for ordinary purposes will be sold, at the courthouse door in the town of Greensboro on the first Tue. in Jan. next, between the lawful hours of sale a tract of land continuing 50 acres more or less, adjoining Ely and others belonging to Jeremiah Thaxton, minor.  Sold for the benefit of said orphan.

Jackson Bowles Guardian.  Oct. 29

 

Southern Recorder

Nov. 13, 1835 No. 44--Vol XVI

Agreeably to an order of the Inferior Court of Oglethorpe  County, when sitting for ordinary purposes will be sold,between the lawful hours of sale The first Tue in Jan next, at the courthouse in Lexington one track of land lying in the county of Appling no 561 containing 490 acres sold as the property of Birditt Arthur dec. for the benefit of his heirs and creditors.

Thomas Arthur, Admr.  Oct. 22 1835

 

Nov. 13, 1835 No. 44--Vol XVI

Agreeably to the last will and testament of  Isaac Battle deceased will be sold at the courthouse in Warrenton, on the first Tue. in Dec, next a tract of land known as Hurt place containing 372 acres more or less on the Ogechee, adjoining Thomas Seals and others. Sold fo the benefit of the heirs of said deceased. 

W. R. Battle, J. W. Rabun.. Ex'ors  Sept. 30

 

Nov. 13, 1835 No. 44--Vol XVI

 

 

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