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Augusta Tri Weekly Chronicle and Sentinel (Newspaper) - October 03, 1851, Augusta, GeorgiaBy William s. Jone Augusta a. Friday morning october 3, 1851. Volume . 120-Tifjrouicle Anil Sentinel. Alt Sta a a thursday morning oct 2, 1851. Judge Berriene his a last card a tidings have at length been received from this political sir John Franklin. Now that the contest is closing when up to the present time his position had been a matter of curious speculation and bets ran As High on one Side As the other he would Fain run his chances of reaping the fruits of the Victory he Dii not assist in winning but which he can now foresee and he accordingly answers with a qualified affirmation the question will you act the constitutional Union party ? gallantly has to played his part during the contest. Many laurels won by his defence of the Georgia platform and his resistance to the dangerous doctrines of the Southern rights organization. The Richmond meeting which so unjustly proscribed men who filling or seeking office failed a so to write speak and act a3 to prevent or remove All doubt touching their True position a had never a cause for censuring judge Berrien. Every one knew his position. Whilo messes. Cobb Toombs and Stephens have insolently held their peace shirked All responsibility and failed to give the people the Benefit of their in formation and experience he has during the late Campaign been conspicuously before them advocating the doctrines of the Georgia platform and warning the people against those gentlemen who would seduce them from the truth. The doubts which at one time did overhang their minds As to his opinions were All removed by the letter written to the a great a Woodville meeting a in which he informed them that his opinions were so urdu known As to need no reiteration. He Woodville meeting was a Southern rights demonstration or a festival a to which gov. Mcdonald gov. Lumpkin judge Berrien and other supposed sachets of the Southern rights party were invited. It was a sort of family reunion and the implication involved in the invitation to judge b., that me was one of the Southern rights family was sufficiently Clear. The slight error if it was then an error was not corrected and the honorable senator was a generally considered As acknowledging the soft although As we have stated tidings have at length reached us from the distinguished senator his political whereabouts have not yet been distinctly ascertained. A bottle of manuscript has been picked up and the conclusion is Safe that he is extant somewhere. To the questions propounded to him a from various quarters a for his position was to where known a will you act with the constitutional Union party who promises a Frank answer and gives an evasive one. He has not before his eyes the commandment a let your communications be Yea Yea and nay we Are inclined to a Clovo the legitimate conclusion a whatsoever is More than these cometh of if certain a a opinions a a feelings make him a constitutional Union Man he gives a the pledge of his but if and if again and if once More then says judge Berrien a a not has in Federal i cannot enter into these the question of doubt was Butone a will you act with the Union party a Tho ifs and ands in the reply Are intended to suggest a multitude of doubts and make the solution Moro enigmatic al than the problem. The constitutional Union party has met in convention declared its Principio and nominated a candidate tor governor. The same party has nominated candidates for Congress and for the legislature. Will you act with it that is the question a cd from various quarters Aud which you pretend to answer answer Yea or nay or answer a a half Tony Quot or whatever other proportion of Suppo to you intend to give it. Then we will understand you. As for Sotzing a in judgment on your a parity a it is what every voter does in re a ion to every representative. It is the duty of every Public Man a Rio remove serious doubts from the minds of a patriotic and intelligent men a As to his own position and the policy he approves. A the Friend in burkes who succeeded in saying More in a half dozen words than judge Ihas been Able to crowd into As Many columns informs the a Telegraph a that a the judge a will not vote for or. this serves to throw Light if it be True indeed the idea furnishes the clue whether True or false upon the special pleading on the words of the Georgia platform. Its amp wins that while judge Berrien has been lost he has nevertheless been in a very Public and conspicuous position. He occupies the mathematical and precise Centre of the Georgia platform. To was there before it was built. It was built under and around him for he never got Olf his position and he stands accurately there still. It might therefore scorn a Little singular that surrounded As he has been at All Timos by a very Large party occupying the same platform his position has been so Long unknown it j8 rather strange that the Southern rights Cora Ini Ltee at Woodville should direct a letter of invitation to him alone standing so centrally amid their adversaries and not have singled. It rather some outsiders or men leaning towards their own ranks. Tho explanation of this matter is easy however. Nobody else but judge Berrien actually stands on the Georgia or. Berrien ejects or. Cobb fro n it altogether. His address to the people of Georgia furnishes us with certain ifs intimating that or. Cobb is not on it which he solves by the letter to his Burke county Friend and Kinsman stating that he will not Vete for or. Cobb. We presume he would be equally shocked with the idea of voting for gov. Mcdonald. We doubt therefore whether after Reading the Frank answer of judge Berrien to the question a will you act with the constitutional Union party a there is a Man woman or child in Georgia who can Tell whether he will act with it or not. We doubt whether the distinguished gentleman will vote a mixed ticket and give a divided influence or whether he will vote at ally and if at All we arc perfectly at a loss to know for which candidate or set of candidate. Both nether Eithar ? and which Are alike questions of doubt. On which Side 1 a distinguished gentleman being asked Why he had not read judge Berriene a address excused himself on Tho ground that he had a a no disposition to pry into any Man s 1 he answer bad not in it More wit than truth. The judge evidently did not mean to Tell where he was to answer the great question of party Alliance. If his letter contains the answer it i ingeniously hid and hardly Worth the search leaving the question of country out. Northern our Papor Ltd yesterday we quoted checks on the North at a per cent Premium. In the course of the Day we were informed that the mechanics Bank Only checks at that rate to ail persons except to Banks and Bank officers while the other Banks charge per cent Premium. The Greer and Donaldson Corke Efon Dence a the new York Herald of september 10th, publishes a letter from or. Nathaniel Greer of Iowa staling that the political letters to him and Donaldson whose publication has made so much noise were stolen from his Valise. He says that the letters were abstracted and a package similar in size and appearance was substituted. He talks about prosecuting the Herald. Restoration of fugitive new York Horald says by our telegraphic news from Harrisburg we learn that four fugitive slaves who were arrested on the charge of being connected with the dreadful outrage and murder at Chris Tiana were brought before the United states commissioner when their identity was established and they were remanded Back to thir owners. According to what to have heard concerning this matter the whereabouts of these fugitives was not known until they were arrested and committed on the Chargo of being concerned in Tho Christiana outrage. As soon As they were identified As fugitives their masters were of their being in custody and the moment they were discharged by the local judge they were arrested by the marshal in examination was held before Tho a Otmis Toner and their extradition was ordered. The recent a a Village of Williamsburgh opposite to new York has grown so rapidly that its population is now 35 000. And it is about to become a Tho election for corporation officers is to Mako place in november. Tho Brig Zeno was despatched from new York on saturday by Tho american colonization society with forty coloured emigrants for Liberia. _ Sudan new York a morning Start of the 2gth instant referring to the yet partially hidden sources in the United states of the late Enterprise More absurd even than wicked against the Island territory of Spain says a a Zveare informed and believe that tha authorship of this document the of Unterfer proclamation can be fixed upon certain Par ties in this City. The Story of the origin of the invasion and Tho Means used to keep up the flow of Rhino into the a Patriot Treasury a is As yet but half sold it will All come out one of these Days. In the mean time the facts and vouchers Are in Safe let the people have them by All Means the new York journal of Commerce is elaborately showing that to h As a constitutional Legal and practical matter coloured people Are not citizens of the United states and t hat the courts have so decided Over and Ovar again and that therefore South Carolina has the right to do what Ahe is doing in the exclusion of coloured sailors or their temporary imprisonment. Three convicted murderers were sentenced to death in new York on saturday morning. Joseph Clark who killed George Gillespie a policeman on the 10th of july Lasby beating him with a cart rung Michael Mulvey who shot Charles Beckman in an affray in a restaurant on Tho night of the 2d of May last and James Sullivan who stubbed Edward Smith a fellow Boarder in the House no. 4 Clit Street on the 12th of May last the United states mail Steamer Illinois for chagres and Steamer prometheus for san Juan sailed from new York on saturday full of passengers bound to California. Tho United states mail Steamer Pacific for Liverpool sailed from new York at noon on saturday with ninety passengers and $546,422 in american Gold and �1,288 in British Gold. Aurora Twenty minutes to 7 o clock monday evening the no hern part of the heavens was brilliantly illuminated by the Aurora boreal is or Northern Light. The appearance at first presented was that of the reflection of a fire from a burning mass but the size of the arc readily determined the character of the phenomenon. When first seen the most vivid Light was a Little to the East of North but the variations from this Point were considerable. Occasional Corr cations were seen and altogether the sight was highly interesting. Just below the inner Edge of the arc the sky was very dark. This Beautiful phenomenon appeared at intervals jutting up pencils of Light until after ten . Rep. _ another survivor of the cuban expedition a a telegraphic communication irom new Orleans announces that Lieut. Theodore a. Stevens one of col. Crittenden s party has been heard from. At the time of their capture by the Steamer habanera he jumped Over Board and escaped to the Shore by swimming. After wandering for a month through the Woods and mountains ragged and shoeless and without any other food than leaves and wild fruit he surrendered himself to the authorities and was taken to Havana. Arkal is behalf or Rev. My. rarely if Ever has any proposed beneficiary of a Public subscription had such an array of truly honoured names As the list affixed to the following Appeal. No individual will take Issue with such gentlemen on Points upon which they so strongly express themselves. The fund will he raised we apprehend without difficulty or delay and the reverend gentleman whom it proposes to Aid be sent Home with a grateful remembrance of american liberality. It will be seen that Henry Clay has interested himself earnestly in behalf of or. Mathew. An Appeal to the amb Biscam Public in behalf of the vent Bev. Father Mathew. One of the greatest benefactors of the human family that our favored country has Ever entertained is about to leave us and to return to his native land to die after a life devoted to the poor the afflicted and the friendless. Fifteen years ago the Good and revered father Mathew stimulated by the benevolent desire to increase the comforts and add to the happiness of the people of Ireland invited them to join the Temperance army and with him to abandon the use tall that could intoxicate. At his invite amp Tien that people proverbial for their generous hospitality Laid aside Long cherished habits. In a few years nearly six millions enrolled themselves among his disciples and afforded a self each filing spectacle to Mankind the Liko of which has few parallels. In accomplishing so great ail amount of Good the demands on father Mathews Benevolence necessarily increased. The naked were to be clothed the hungry fed the orphan lodged the faltering encouraged and the poor supported until work could be procured. In their distress Many nay the most of these turned to the Good the self denying father Mathew. He hesitated not to give so Long As he had anything to distribute and when fever and famine overwhelmed his country and he saw the poor and the virtuous whom he had paternally gathered around him stricken Down by the pestilence he became unable to relieve Only when he had spent All he possessed and had exhausted All his credit in his Mission of mercy and love. The famine year left the a a apostle of Temperance from Twenty five to thirty thousand doll Ais in debt incurred solely in behalf of suffering humanity. Reduced thus to a Point where stronger men would despair father Mathew looked Only ter a new Field of labor. Trusting in heaven he a a edited an invitation which he had received from different sections of our country and came to work among us. We have All been witnesses of his Zeal and of his Devotion in his sacred calling since his arrival in july 1849. Regardless of health Lor Griful of fatigue anxious Only to reclaim the unfortunate and to win our youth to Tho ways of sobriety his labors have been unceasing. More than half a million of our people have taken the Temperance pledge at Nis hands. Every where he has gone he has scattered the blessings of peace of happiness and of Good will among men broadcast Over the land. Fellow citizens it is our duty to proclaim to you and to our country that now when his Misson has terminated nothing awaits this Good and pious Man on his return to his Home but increased misfortunes and accumulated sufferings unless an Effort be made to relieve him from his pecuniary responsibilities. We refer you to the eloquent and feeling letter from Hon. Henry Clay to Henry Grinnell Esq which we Are permitted to publish for the Fuli particulars of a he Good fathers painful position a position which we. Have on Deavor de briefly and truthfully to Lay before you. Those who visit cur country to minister to our amusement and whose impressions Ore almost As transient As their visits return to their Hemes loaded whith the proofs of our munificence and generosity. Shall it be said fellow citizens that our abundance has been poured out As water in these instances and that we Are insensible to the services of this Public Benefactor who unhesitatingly came among us at our Call and whose Active energies have since been lavishly devoted to our social and moral improvement and to the permanent Benefit of our country ? we have too much Confidence in the Honor and generous impulses of our fellow citizens to doubt for a moment either their Benevolence or their Justice. We feel assured that they will cheerfully administer to his Relief now that they Ltd Cistand father maybe we a position. Those who Are willing to contribute to the father Mathew fund Are invited to Send their donations to Henry Grinnell Esq., new York who act As treasurer Aad friends in other parts of the Union arc requested after having read this Appeal to adopt prompt measures to collect funds which they Are also invited to Forward to the same address or to any of the undersigned. A. G. Kingsland. H. Grinnell Hamilton fish ohs. H. Marshall James g. King e. K. Collins c. W. Lawrence Shepherd Knapp Robert Kelly James Harper Simeon Draper tins. Of Connor Matthew Morgan John w. Edmonds win. V. Brady Chas. Laupp Terrence Donelly. Robert Emmett marshal s. Bidwell j. F. Coddington Greene c. Bronson new York sept. 25, 1851. Letter of Hon. Henry Clay to Henry Grinnell Esq. Ashland wednesday May 21, 1851. Or dear sir i have enjoyed the High satisfaction of meeting with father Mathew and entertaining him at my House. On his return to the City of new York from the prosecution of his Noble works of humanity and Benevolence in the Valley of the Mississippi he did me the Honor to Call to see me. During his sojourn ment in the United states he has been again stricken with paralysis we cd although it has not affected the expression of his Bland and benign countenance nor materially impaired Hie articulation disqualifies him from making those great exertions to which lie was accustomed in earlier life and in robust health. Nevertheless Bis labors with but Little relaxation and repose have been unremitting and been attended with the most encouraging Success. Upon descending the Mississippi be administered in one of the towns situated on Ita Banks the pledge to seven Hundred persons. He ascended it after an interval of some months and stopping at the same town he had the gratification to find that among the converts there were but three instances of relapse. I Nave had an Opportunity of obtaining accurate information from an authentic source not from himself his extreme Del Cacy would restrain him from making such a communication As to the condition of the pecuniary affairs of this Good Man. It has deeply interested me and excited my warmest sympathies. During his mag and Brilliant career in Ireland among the millions of Persona the victims of intemperance or in Clanger of becoming addicted to it to whom he gave the pledge be often met in the poorer classes of poisons in great indigence and want. To some of these he supplied from his own purse Money to afford them immediate Relief which though email in cases in the aggregate amounted to a considerable sum. Toad him in these laudable charities he Wae under the necessity of borrowing largely from Bis friends which he did under a full conviction that he would be Able to reimburse them from resources which he had entire Confidence in counting upon receiving Furcina Rich Maiden aunt who had promised to make an ample provision for him. Her Willie Tuiai effect was actually prepared a now in sex Istance a Short Day was assigned for its execution and before it arrived Ahe died suddenly with the gout and was found dead in her bed. The consequence is that Thia great Benefactor of Mankind Tia True Friend of the poor is left in a state of great pecuniary embarrassment threatened by creditors on his return to Ireland and exposed himself in old age and under the influence of disease and infirmity to that pinching want which in belter Days and in More prosperous times be of generously relieved in others 1 the British government granted him a pension of three Hundred pounds Sterling. But he has not received one cent of it having scrupulously dedicated the whole of it to the payment of his debts. To enable him to defray unavoidable expenses daring his present tour in the United states he was supplied with the requisite Means by the liberality of a Public spirited gentleman in Liverpool. This mo6t excellent and extraordinary Man is about to depart from among a after having it is to be hoped with the Aid of Providence redeemed near half a million of inhabitants of these states from one of the Moet debasing of All pernicious habits. Shall he return without any substantial manifestation of the Public gratitude toward him ? shall even no Effort be made to put him at ease and to smooth and soften the Pillow of Hia declining years ? i think i am not deceived As to the generous hearts of my countrymen nor As to Tho warm Inch hearts of Bis in believing that if his actual condition were generally known thousands would readily and with the greatest alacrity Rush to his Relief. His Fame and a just appreciation of Bis signal merits Are secure Aud will be transmitted to the admiration of the remotest posterity. He will be regarded As one of the wonders of this remarkable age. But what will that posterity think of the present generation if he be permitted to Pine and languish in poverty and want and suffering dating the remnant of a life which has been worn out by an exclusive Devotion to jts services ? and such a glorious service what reproaches will not be made for culpable insensibility to the value of the greatest moral Reform Ever achieved by one Man 1 shall we in the United states Endeavor not to Merit any part of them knowing Well your Public spirit and your generous impulses my object in addressing you is to ascertain if something cannot be done for father to thaw worthy of him and worthy of us before he leaves our Shore. On All occasions of munificence we naturally turn our attention to our great cities and to yours As the first of them. We ought to do something we can do something in the Interior. I am ready from my limited Means to contribute my mite. But it Iain the Large cities where concert and co operation Are so easy tobe brought about that most can is effected. It has occurred to me that a few Liberal and enlightened gentlemen of your City favourable to the object might have an informal meeting to consult together that they might or anime a committee of subscription and collection correspond with other places and thus accomplish the desired end. The pleasure of making the requisite contribution should be diffused among As Many As May be convenient and practicable without allowing that pleasure to be monopolized by Only a few. Will you my dear sir turn these suggestions Over in your Fertile in ind and if you approve their object give to it your powerful Aid ? i am faithfully your Friend and obedient servant h. Clay. Henry Grinnell Esq. The n. Y. Anti rent convention which met at Albany adjourned after passing the following Resolution upon which Thero does not appear to have been any discussion resolved that we As tenants have lost All Confidence in the whigs and will yield a Hearty support to the nominees of the recent democratic convention at by Ranse in the Earnest Hope of speedily putting an end to Patrimony and of obtaining redress for our grievances. Eva Iowa weapons at the following a from a late number of the London observer a discovery was made in the Early part of Friday the 29th ult by one of the attendants in the India department of the exhibition Whilo employed in cleaning Somo of the Indian weapons which somewhat terrified the operator. The weapon in question Wab a Dagger with Gold Hilt and handle and richly ornamented Case and while pressing on one part of the handle somewhat heavily he was astonished to see what appeared to be the single Blade gradually expand and open into four double edged pointed Blades leaving a Spear like weapon in the Centre of them with four Sharp edges. This five Bla Dod weapon with its twelve Sharp edges is without exception one of the most murderous looking specimens Ever seen. In the collection of this class of weapons there Aro several other instruments of a similarly murderous character among which May be mentioned a three bladed knife manufactured in the states of ulnar the construction of which has sorely puzzled Many of the most experienced cutlers. The Blades Are not arranged in the Ordinary manner but two of them together with their handles Are concealed in the Blade and handle of the outer or larger one. They Are All of the finest Damascus steel with exceedingly keen edges. There is a Dagger with two Blades also manufactured at ulnar of the same construction and of exceedingly Beau wilful workmanship. As Fine specimens of ornamentation May also be mentioned three daggers manufactured in the states of the Rajah of Jond pore one from Nepaul one of dark steel inlaid with Gold from the mates of ral Poona two burmese and a stiletto or Malacca Dagger. There Are also some weapons of a similar character one with a Beautiful enamelled Hilt manufactured of indigenous materials from the Raj Poona states. The Large knife of the burmese is also a Roost formidable looking weapon. My. Hobbs and his London express objects As does or. Hobbs to the ungracious manner in which or. Bramah paid Over his 200 guineas for having his lock picked. It also gives Tho following account of the display made of the 200guineas by or. Hobbs at the Crystal Palace a the american department was again the great feature of attraction. Or. Hobbs having with a Fine Barnum touch got his Reward changed into sovereigns and spread them out under a Glass Case with a policeman keeping guard and an inscription informing the spectators that there were the two Hundred guineas which had been awarded for picking by Amaha a lock. This was in argument that appealed to the meanest capacity and excited so much curiosity that the place was a scene of bustling All Day every one wishing to assure himself by pc Cular proof that the americans had really won the Day. The hero of a Hundred locks was Hira a a a a Quot the observed of All observers and complained that oven in the streets he suffers one of the disagreeable concomitants of glory in being followed by crowds on his Way to the understand there was considerable Frost in the up country on the night of the 26th. Not sufficient however to injure the Cotton crops. The crops in the Middle portions of the state Are represented As being quite unpromising. Sara Slick says writing from England a car ter All they Saint got non Din Corn Here they can to raise it nor Punkin ides nor pea nuts nor silk Worms nor nothing. Then As to their farmin a lord i Only look at five great elephant looking beasts in one plough with one great Lummox King fellow to hold the handle and another to carry the whip and a boy to Lead whose boots have More Iron on Mem than the horses huffs have All Crawlin As if they were Goin to a funeral. What sort of a Way is that to do work it makes me mad to look at Mem. If there is any Eirthly Clumsy fashion of doing a thing that a the Way they Are always Suro to git Here. They Are a benighted obstinate Buli headed people a a a fact and always Telegraph new York Market. oct. 1.�?Cotton Dull. 400 Balea sold. Miscellaneous. In the Baltimore my District Walsh whig has been elected to Congress by 200 majority. The Steamer Europa sailed from Boston today with Only �10,000 in specie. Additional information by the Canada state that kos8uth and his compatriots had been liberated and sailed on the 7th. Charleston Market. oct. 1st.�?Cotton.�?tha Market to Day is drooping and buyers claim to have obtained a Concession in prices. The sales amount to 600 Bales at 6 to 9 cents. Arrival of the Baltie. New York sept. 28th.�?the Steamer. Baltic has arrived with Liverpool dates of the 17th and 97 passengers. She passed the Asia on the 19th West of Capo Clear. The Baltic experienced heavy Westerly gales during the whole passage. qualities of Cotton Are a Shade dearer sales since the Africa left 19,000 Bales of which exporters and speculators took 7000. Flour is do i and unchanged. Corn is in a belter demand at improving rates. Wheat is Dull and has declined of red at 5s. 2d. A 5s. 4.1. White 5s. 6d a5s 8d. Provisions Are Dull and unchanged. Trade in Manchester is healthy at full rates. Tho Money Market is sensitive on account of the numerous failures and the funds Are depressed. Consols closed at 96 foreign stocks Are Dull. General disappointment was Felt in England owing to Tho Lack of definite news from the Cuba expedition. It is stated As the result of negotiations Between England France and Spain that further expeditions against Cuba from America will be resisted by these Powers. Political and religions circles Are engrossed by the secession of the Duke of Norfolk from the roman Church. Great feeling was manifested on All sides. Hon. Abbott Lawrence is on a tour through England. The Gold excitement in Austral a was increasing. The receipts of it a j ubi Tion Are �3,000 per diem. The mail with Calcutta Dales to August 7th has arrived but brings no news. A Sterling Exchange in Calcutta 2�a2i. Advices from the continent shows the great uneasiness for the future. The department of Arteche in France was in a state of siege. The Prince de Joinville is shortly expected to formally announce his name As a candidate for the presidency. The due do Aumale is on his Way to London. At Naples 46 state prisoners have been condemned to death including 10 deputies 2 a ministers 2 priests and one ambassador. Richmond sept 27.�?the whig state convention yesterday nominated Samuel Watts of Norfolk for Lieut. Governor and s. 8. Baxter for attorney general. The Conven Tion then adopted resolutions recommending their nominees and applauding the adminis. Rution declaring or Fillmore anti led to the Confidence of the whig party. They further proclaim that the whigs of Virginia can support no Man who a a not True to the Union and Ike Compromise and assert to the North that the Union can Only be preserved by maintain the Constitution in letter and in spirit. The utmost Harmony prevailed and though the resolutions do not formally nominate Fillmore they indicate a decided preference for him As the next presidential candidate. The det cratic convention yesterday at Staunton nominated Jos. Johnson for governor Shelton f. Leake for Lieut. Governor and Willie p. Bocock for attorney general. Both conventions adjourned sine die. Buffalo sept. 27.�?the loss by the fire is not by any Means so great As was at first supposed and i i not it is said exceed $300,000, the buildings destroyed having been neatly All wooden and of very Little value. The insurance on the property is about $60, 000 Hartford sept. 25.�?t he Franklin Woollen company at Rockville conn., have made an assignment of their property. They have been compelled to do this irom the losses sustained by the burning of their factory. Cleveland Ohio. Sept. 27.�?a serious fire broke out last night on River Street in this City destroying the Farmers hotel and twelve or fifteen adjoining wooden buildings. The loss is estimated at about $15,000. Eom martial. Augusta Market. Wednesday p. Market to Day is quiet under the influence of the Canudas news. We hear of no transactions of moment and buyers seem unwilling to operate. New Orleans sept. 25, p. Stock on hand sept. 1, 1851.Bales, ,103 arrived since. 4, 118 arrived to Day. 3,351 on the 25th september by we h. Edwards f-sq., or. George j Hendley and miss Albinda Holiday All of Warren county Georgia. Lamp Oil.�?500 gallon bleached pure win ter spam Oil warranted free from and Lutane Oua matter. Also a full Supply of bleached Winter whale Oil As Low As can be purchased to this Market. For a Ala by s28 w. H. Amp a Turpin. Exported to Date exported to Day 20,269 61,577 20,269 Stock on hand and on shipboard not Cleu Rad. 42,308 sugar.�?180 hide. Changed hands including 75 Fahda. Common at 5jc. 42 fair at 5c and 20 Choice at 6�c. Flour Market heavy sales confined to 500 bbls., of which 260 st. Louis in 2 lots at s3.80 100 at a and 1g0 extra st. Louis at s4.37. Com.�?299 sacks mixed were sold at 50c., and 900 prime while at 56c. Lard �?25 bbl. No. 1 were sold at 10c. new engagement has transpired. Exc limited and offerings Large. London 10a la per cent Premium Paris 5f.l0 a 51.15 new York 60 Days 1 a 2 per event. Discount do. Sight 1 a 11 per cent. It Premium. Exports. Charleston sept. 30.�?for new York c. L. Ship camden�?853 Bales s. I., and 381 do. Upland Cotton. Slipping j Charleston oct 1.�?arrived, bark Lenar Den Adams new Orleans Lino Sclier. Louisine Smith new York. Cleared steam ship Isabel Rollins. Key West and Havana o. L. Ship Camden Sherwood new York. Savannah oct. La arrived u. S. Steam a hip Florida Lynn new York Brig Francis lord Gladding now York Schr. Tubeo new Koss . Collodion or liquid adhesive plaster for Sale by Philip a. Moise druggist. Administrators virtue of an order passed in chancery Morgan Superior court september term 1851, will to sold on the first tuesday in december next during the Public Square consisting of a one Story store House a two Story dwelling House formerly occupied As a tavern a Saddler s shop a Kitchen. Smoke House and stables bought by David Peck from Henry h. Cook. Also lot no. , 42 on which is a dwelling House at present occupied by Conrad Martian a Carriage Shor Blacksmith shop and stables adjoining the jail lot and fronting the livery stables at present occupied by Thomas Holli. Also the House and let at present occupied by Norman Cowles fronting the dwelling Houe of Washington g. Ballard and formerly owned by or. Hugh j. Ogleby. A so the two Story dwelling House and lot at present occupied by a. S. Hough front no the doctor shop of w. G. Ballard formerly occupied by or. Hugh j. Ogleby. All of the above property belonging to the estate of David Peck deceased. Terms twelve months credit with approved Security. Lester Markham adtn�?Tr., de Bonis non with the will annoyed. October 1, 1851. A administrator a a be sold ajl on the first tuesday in december next at the court House in Crawfordville Taliaferro county within the Legal a cursor Sale in pursuance of an order of the Superior court of said county at the last september term passed in the Case of Cullen c. Alexander administrator &c., with the will annexed of Chons a. Nelms deceased against Joel e. Mercer end others in equity the following described tracts and Lotsof i and in said county namely 95 acres More or less known As the King place adjoining lands of mrs. Bristow and of the estate of c. A. Nelms deceased. 3361 acres More or less known As Tho pit Uit place adjoining land of George Nunn Asa Rhodes and others. 77 acres More or less known As Mercer a Parton of Tho estate of c. A. Nelms adjoining lands of Asa Rhodes and the estate of said Nelms. 6 acres More or less known As the Shackelford f ult Caulis lot adjoining lands of Wiley Rhodes William Beall and other.-�?T. 205 acres More or lets known As the Brantley place on hardens Creek adjoining lands of Absalom Rhodes Benson Bird and others. 7 acres More or less of Wood Laud adjoining lands of Gilbert k ent and of c. A. Nelms Deeo ased. Also 6 lots in said town of Crawfordville know As nos. 6, 7, 22,28 and 29. Terms at Sale. O. C. Alexander add no a. October 1, 1851._ a administrator a a pm. The 2d Day of december next at the lower Market House in the City of Augusta w thin the usual hours of Sale will be sold the following negroes belonging to the estate of Isaac a Hibler Lato of Charleston South Carolina Doce Asod George a Good House servant and Carriage Driver about 26 years old. Also Mima a House servant and nurse about 24 years old her two children Arthur u boy about a years of age and Isaac a boy about 7 Moi Kuhs old. We. A. Walton adm a. October 2,1f6i. Tilburt sheriff s will be sold j_4 on the first tuesday in november next in Elberton Elbert county one tract of land containing one Hundred and thirty acres More or less wherein Delia Coker now lives adjoining lands of Nelson Burden Francis iii by and others levied on by virtue of a i. A. Issued from the justices court of the 201st District g. M., in favor of Nelson Burden is. Fulton Shoemaker John Norben and William Tramel securities. Levied on As the property of William Tramel. Property jointed out by c. W. Christian. Levied on and returned to a by m. Smith Constable this 23d Day of september 1851. 7 also at the same time and place will be sold one to act of land in Elbert county containing ninety five acres More or less on Broad River Whereon Willis to inc Keld now lives is vied on by an attachment in favor of William Nelms against Elijah m. Threlkeld and tobe sold by order of court a the property of said Elijah m. Threlkeld to satisfy the i. La. Issued of said attachment Tia 23d of september 1851. Dozier Thornton Dep. Sheriff. October 1, 1851. R administrator s Sale a by virtue of on order passed in chancery Morgan Superior court september term 1851, will be sold on the first tuesday in january next during the Legal hours of Sale before the court House door in the town of Madison the following property to with one negro Man by the name of Peter about Twenty seven years old one shot gun one Side Saddle one dining table two High Post bedsteads one Large brass Kettle together with various other articles of household furniture belonging to the estate of David Peck deceased. Terms twelve months credit with approved Security Lester Markham adm�?Tr., do Bonis non with the will annexed. Warren Sii Erib of is be sold before Tho court House door in War Renton Warren county on the first tuesday in december next in the usual hours of Sale two negro to wit Henry a boy about eight Yam of age Caroline a girl about eighteen years of ago levied on by virtue of a mortgage i. A. Returnable to Warren inferior court february term 1852, in favor of George v. Neal is. Joseph t. Stanford. Property pointed out in said Roor Jage i. A. John s. Johnson d. Sheriff. October 2, 1851. Warren county , James h. Todd applies Lor letters of administration on the estate of James Todd late of said county deceased not disposed of in the last will of 8a id 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 prescribed by Law to show cause if any they have Why said letters should not be granted. Given under my hand at office in Warrenton. Adam Jones clerk. October to 1851.__ Richmond county , James g. Gould applies for letters of admin a trevion on the estate of Martin m. Dye late of said county decease do these Are therefore to cite and admonish al. Aud singular the Kindred and creditors of said deceased to be and appear at my office within the time prescribed by Law to show cause if any they have Why said letters should not be granted. Given under my hand at office in Augusta. Leon p. Dugas clerk. October 2,1851.___ Richmond county Bernard Bignon applies for letters of administration on the estate of or. John e. Bignon late of Eaid county deceased these Ere 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 prescribed by Law to show cause if any they have Why said letters should not be granted. Giron under my bund at office in Augusta ,1 k 9 1qs1 lk0n pad a As. A we october 2, 1851. R Richmond county . Bernard Bignon applies to me for letters of guardianship for the persons and property of Clio Legard Bignon Anna Louisa Tivnon and Georgiana Causey Bignon minora under 14 veers of age and orphans of or. John e. Bigson deceased these Are therefore to Oice and admonish All and singular the Kindred and friends of said minor orphans to be and appear at my office within the time prescribed by Law to show cause if any they have Why Eaid Lotters should not be granted. Given under my hand at office in Auguste. Leon p. Dugas clerk october 2, 1851._ ure lard Oil Winter bleached Lor Sale by �38, Philip a. Moise Druggie

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