The Friend and Monitor - Washington, Georgia
Volume I, Number 5. Friday, February 10, 1815 - page 1

WILLIAM M. CAIN declines being a candidate for Lieutenant Colonel in the third class of militia, as he belongs to the second. He therefore solicits the suffrage of those in the second class, for the command of Lieu. Col. in said class.

THOMAS REEVES informs his friends and the people of the Third Class, that he is a Candidate to command as First Lieutenant in said Class.

Captain HENRY SPRATLING takes the liberty of informing his friends of the third class of militia that he is a candidate for the captaincy of said class.

WILLIAM WALKER informs his friends and that portion of the milita composing the Second Class, that he offers his services as First Lieutenant of said Class.

ANDERSON RIDDLE informs his friends and that part of the Militia forming the Second Class that he is a candidate for the Captaincy of said class.

JOSHUA S. CALLOWAY, takes the privilege of informing his friends , and fellow soldiers, composing the second class, that he is a candidate for the Captaincy in said class.

FIELDING L. THURMON
Offers himself as a candidate for the office of Major in the second class, and would feel grateful for the support of his friends in said class.

We are authorised to announce RICHARD LONG, a candidate for the command of first colonel in the second class.-He solicits the support of his friends in said class.

TAYLOR WALKER presents his respects to his friends in the second class and informs them that He is a candidate for the place of first sergeant in said class and solicits their suffrages.

DUDLEY STINSON informs his friends and that portion of the community forming the Second Class, that he is a candidate for the command of Second Lieutenant in said class, and would feel grateful for their support.

CYLUS RAYNOLDS, informs his friends of the third class, that he is a candidate for the post of second lieutenant in the third class.

JAMES D. WILLIS
respectfully informs his friends in the third class, that he is a candidate for the place of Ensign, in said class.

JAMES HOLMES
Informs his friends of the third class, that he is a candidate for the place of third lieutenant in said class.

We are authorised to announce, Capt. W. THOMPSON, (of Elbert) a candidate for the command of first colonel in the second class militia-also Capt. WILLIAM PETERSON, is a candidate for the command of lieut. Colonel in the second class.

NATHAN HOLTZCLAW's Sale is postponed to the third day of March next.

Col. SORREL informs his friends of the third class that he is a candidate for Lieutenant Col. in said class, and would feel grateful for their support.

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Mr. BOSEMAN ADEAR informs his friends of the third class that he is a candidate for full Colonel in said class, and would feel grateful for their support.

SAMUEL B. HEAD-is a candidate for a majority in the second class.

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NOTICE.
Nine months after date, application will be made to the honorable Inferior court of Lincoln county for leave to sell a tract of 250 acres of land on the waters of Pistol creek, adj. J. WADE and others in said county, it being part of the real estate of JOHN RUSSELL, dec'd, to be sold for the benefit of the heirs and creditors of said dec'd. CLARIANN RUSSELL, Adm'x. BENJAMIN RUSSELL, THOMAS C. RUSSELL, Adm'rs. February 8th 1815.

GREAT BARGAIN.
The subscriber offers for sale his valuable plantation, containing 466 acres, with good improvements, situated one mile south of the town of Washington, (Wilkes county, Georgia.) In point of health , beauty, of situation, and fertility of soil, few places has a preference to this-one hundred paces from the house is the Mineral Spring, mentioned in Morse's Geography, so celebrated for medicinal uses.
For prompt payment a great bargain may be had, or on a credit, such a one as every honest man might live by. For further particulars enquire at the office of "The Friend & Monitor," or to the subscriber. THOMAS W. SIMS.