Regulating the JMao'ing of Route in the fV/unvn.
Sec. 1. Re it o'dainrd by the City C unci •
Augusta, that Iron and after the publishing < :
this Ordinance, no enin'y boat having less th .
three able and competent men on board a' a
times, shall be permitted to I mien to, or audio
at, any place opp si e the city above Hie bridge,
for more than four days unit*'* when securely las I
fened with a st.ong eba n or cable at feast silt I
feet in length to a growing t’ <■, not less tbai
twelve inclier in diameter, and that in the even
of a considerable rise in (he Kiver, tucli empty
boat, not (listened as aforesaid, slnilt be immedi
ately removed below the bridge
2 Each boil engaged in lading op unlading 1
during a high river, shall hav” at least four abb
men constantly on hoard, and shall be sedirel\ -
fasten -d nr anchoreil, in vuc.li a manner as to pre 1
Vent her swinging nr drifting on the Whirs.
3. rile (lev VI irshal, or aov other Ificer o
Comic I shall have, and they »r ■ hereby vesteo
with power, and are required, (•• remove or can's
to be removed, at the re It aid i xoeiisc ot Hi 1
owner, to some place below the bridge, am boa
or boats, winch may he neglected bv the owne
op agent , an 1 tor each boat so rein ved Hie < tli
cer shall be entitled to ten dollars, n b - reci-.v
ed from the boat owner, in the same manner a
otner expenses incurred in the removal.
4. The own r u - owners of a y and every boot *
shall be iiahie to a fine, a the discretion id' C n
cd, not excredi g two hundred do br.s, H r i ad
and every violation <>( tins Ordinal o', mid shall '
moreover repair a) d m ges done to the Wharve
or Ilndg ■in c nisei) ic r of such violation.
Rone in Council, the slh January 1825
R. 11. It ( id,
Jifayor of the city of Jlugutta
By the Mayor
Geo M VV ai.keß, Clerk. 1
A -i’ 22 psi f
"\SITF, wid attend a* the billowing times am '
»» places, for the pur >■ «e of oollerling tli 1
Taxes of the year eighteen Inn •’.red a d twenty I
four (1824) and receiving ttir ,s of Taxah
Properly lor the year eigh e. n hn died a n I
tWetili five (18251 vz. ai Hie Gey Hotel, oi I
Monday tie- 25 li .d April, 9i 1 1 awl 23rd of Vu
next, at the <1 die TaV' n, u Hn dsv the 26H. 1
of April, lOtli and 24 hot M;y next—at (h
Planters’ Hol d on tVedt|e-day 'be27lhof Api I t
and 11th and 25th of 'lav next, ai d will n
in iin from ten to one o’clock, A. M at eac
Td.f ('ol'rcfor, Hivhmnnrt County,
M K. Iloinclair,
Receiver Ta.r Uctwu s fiic/untmtl tninily
April 12 H,
A 1.1, persons who may wish to obtain either U
. ail, or Gray Liceus, s Hie present year, a
hei by notified, t hat they must make applicgti
to 'lie City C iiincil, (in the nso I vav) on 'lie H 1
Sa nrday i ■ Mav next. All lire-mea expire tli.
second Mundd in May, which is nnlv two days «
ter the first Saturday.
Plank a iniications can bp oh'ained by esltins
011 ll fC Derfe
ity order of Connell
(«eo. VI. Walker, Clerk.
Krw' t f, *f> 87 (
PERSONS being dai y in ibe liahi' of trespass ,
iit" on the Hickory ridge tract of land, o voe ,
by the Hank of Georgia, and cutting the wood am
undergrowth therefrom : Nut d is herein given
that the utmost vigilance will he ie-e I in d' lectiin
and prosecuting the offenders. The said band i
hounded on the west by ' ur'.ftnet’s Spring, am'
part nf the village of Summerville, on the Has
by the lands of A. Martin. P 11. Carnes sc (
others, it may he more particularly known by *l l
Milledgeville road, paaaintr thr ugb it.
My order of the Hoard ,
1. Jlonry v I f
fVhninrv 1 1825. »f
FOR ibAi- K.
A LOT OK HAND .containing fi"e Acres H
handsomely situate,linear the new Milledg- 1
vilie Hoad, and (ibout (wo amt three foinili- 1
miles from Hie souiluyn boundary ■>( Augu-ta
On the prem sea are a comfortable Dwelling .md
tat, buildings suitable fir a small family—a fee.
Choice fruit trees and an excellent garden. Tli
Lot with some additional improvements worn. '
make at' excellent stand for a House of Enter
lainment, and per.ms engaged in the purchasing ‘
o' Cotton would find it a convenient place H
atop at for that purpose. I am authorized t
state that forty or 'fifty Veres ol Land can he oh r
tained adjoining, which together would render 1
the situation des p die for n person wishing h
engage in a public line. t "
For particulars enquire of the subscriber on p
the premises. "
.Fetor T. I »us;g.
Apr'l 29 4 T il
Admioi? UilU,r '* ale, t ..*
IN puTbUanv.l Oi an order of the l.dVt'ior Cottr „
Os Richmond County, sitting tor Urd'iut) p
purposes, there will he sold at the Ms ke. dm.se
in the City of Augusta, on the first lursday m ,
June next : .... . n,.
One undivided tuird put el *' u i
Lot in the Gilv ol \ugusta, at p"es ot occ tpted
bv Messrs. Bradley N I' ->'erty, I'nvtog a front o.
Broad and Kilts streets of about twenty feet. .
which Lot is the seventh t>>ft ot Lot No.
the plan of said city. Flits sale ts ord -red H'
the benefit of the Heirs and Creditors ol hattute
Bowers, tun. deceased. ,
Win, C. Dillon, Min >'■ I
April 1. 1825 ’• " '
AGREEABLE to a i order ot the Himot .
Interior Court of leffersoti Comity, "hn
sitting so. Ordinary purposes, w ill he s .id at th
Market House, in the town ot Louisville, on
first Monday in July next, , .
A Tract of Land, containing on.
hundred twenty-nine and a ha t aer.s I,m >g
the waters of Black Jack conn
sdiotnit g lands of Ea>on and Kennedy, sold I.
the belief. - of Jos,..'. S Patterson a mmor.
Mary L'lemcnU, (•nni'dian.
April 9. 1-25 r 2
u'oi* nvviw ov ki’vpc,
A Negr" Woman, a good Cm k, Masher s
Ironer. Fur parr cu ;■ ; yv.’y to
V\ illiam Mackie.
February 22 " 69
TO THE PUBLIC.
T UEHE ' B ,Pf rha P ß no medical observation bet-
X ter established, none more ge, e, ally confirmed
•y ,' he 'xpenenee of the best physicians of all -. Kt „
*" d countries and none of more im,.ortance t> 11,
practitioner,than the fact,that many ol the most diffi
cult anti incurable complaints originate in negleci
-'I cMe - " ■ clm,at . e “« variable as ours,where the
changes ol the weather are frequently sudden at.o
mexpected, it requires more care and attention
Mtard against this subtle and dangerous enemy ol
■. than most people imagine, or are able and
tolling to bestow. Hence the vast number If pa.
< -its, afflicted with coughs, catarrh*, asthma
onsumptions, an. other affections, and hence th
• rrag,, ol rational and absurd remedies, cried u.
y the learned and illisera-e The many case, o.
' kl " (1, ,HI under m y ' b-ervadon; the prepos.
rons compositions of inflaming drugs, wind
'e in vogue ; ihe disappointment I experienced .
rsrtice from remedies highly recommended . am
•v iwn predisposition to pulmonic complaints
ore strong inducements lor me to considet
nether a compound consist!, g of mild vegetahl.
u jstaoces could not he invented, more free Iron
", wHI ""'"M objections of practitioners, ant
ir. rl ca,c “ la, '*'l "> «'’ert the threatening d.
i met ion ol the loops
I <m o ugli.s, Colds, aslliii js anil c > sumptions
Mis remedy is superior to any medicine wliicl
u«s been offered t» the public, m it is prepare,
from i lie most valuable herbs of our vegetable
kii.jy.tom, ami its qualities are such that every He
.emlence may he placed in its virtues for tin
cure or tbe above diseases. from the knowledg
>oe proprietor has of the pulmonic virtues of tin
M i nn, he has no hesitation in recommending x
|o those who labour under those dislressinjy com
oius as a safe and efficacious remedy, and hav
n,r ministered it to thousands in New-York and
I h. la. lel phi a. he feels no hesitation in offering i’
m the public, and after trial, those person, win
oiichase tt-r jyenunK, syrup, will have their nx.
ue. refunded by returning the bottle, if they .1.
lot I, el satisfied I hat they have reaped henefi
trom the use of it.
Directions for Use.
Take a tea spoon full three times a dav, sat
mint ng, noon and night, and continue it uu'd r.’
dJ Hach bottle will have the signature of tlx
(I T I’rcpared only and sold by £■ Audler, sig.
1 Inc i, AumiHta.
October 91 33
■Nevv an.l mvaiuaiile
I’ATKNTEKII 111 THE piytTEl) STATES OF AMERICA
.AsiuUc LenUWte for Pain.
This Medi -a nev
iIS remedy is good against the tooth ache o
1 paju m tU< teeth and jaws when duly apidie.
..I employed, it possesses sovereign efficacy ii
hevinjy swellings of the gums, face and adjaco i
■ .ns, arising from or connected with loolh-ache
It relieves head-ache or pains in the head ii
he most easy and agreeable manner; tor tins fre
‘l'leut and distressing complaint, this, Ins nev
medicine, is a charming prescription, for it re
“'ores both the otgaits of sense and the nerves oi
their healthy condition at a quick and a.lmirablt
This new and useful preparation produces, hy
mild and gentle stimulation, a cheering operatic!
upon the spirits—it quickens the sensations,
suarpens the perceptions, and invigorates th
• unctions of the mind, by dissipating gloom anti
vigours it acts truly like a nervous and cephalic I •
nedicine of the first order. j
Nor Is its effect less beneficial when considered .
relation to th stomach, than to the mouth, tlx
eadao.l the spirits, hy its qualities it acts upor
he sigh l and immediate organs of digestion as t. c
Mioriinative and cordial, expelhng wind, removing <
• >rpor. correcting acidity, and creating a mos a
file up. ration of I his invention and improve
nent is quite as favorable to diseases ol the ear, •
nnre especially ii acis I o great advantage in dm
-.ess and hardness of hearing, and even in incipi
■nt deafness, restoring the tailing organ to the
'xerciae of its true and healthy functions ol heat
Certificate from Dr. Samuel L. Mitchell,
Dr. Ezekiel Audler, of the city of New-York
if is daV submitted to me his letters patent fron
he United Stales, for compounding and vending
i r< me.lv winch he calls 'he Asiatic Lenitive, a.-V
sk. dmy opinion upon the same, whereupon, ~i
, r examining <he receipt contained in the sjvcifi
iation, 1 find it contains a mixture of such i jr „mat
■c anodyne, and anti-acid articles, as are well cab
,listed to produce a composing etiec*,
on the hm
man body. . . -
bamu el L. Mitchell.
Xev’-Ynrle, Xovem r ‘2d,
ANeugant cosmetic ~,r whiieiung, sofeninj,
ami beautifying th lt skin, and removing pinn
1 les, freckles and ch'jpa (pom the face, neck, Ike
I he Mdkot Hoses possesses many qualifies, for i
i ~t only serves f’.ir the above purposes, but it pm
e bloom oj yo’j'h on age, which valuable proper*'
~u y laily is i,.nd ol enjoying. This beautiful iov
:> s riutie b ~s » delightful tragi ance, and is an artich
. ..‘eh cs',l he used with safety, as it contains noth
og that will i |ure the skin, and it is an indispensa
i ax.icie to every lady, and should he found oi
liiHscTtot»9.—Af'er being washed and drio.
, n lake a small quantity on a piece of white flan
duel then wa o lace, neck, hands, &e. Each hoi
v will be signed by the proprietor. Price gl.
Prepared only aii.l sold by JS. Audler, sign of th
<ld*.' Eagle, Augusta.
U Vv. tiViWVaX,
1 F,st’l'.f l l f'ULi ' aim ■ iiic.es to his friend
| , dl ie • ih’jfiha' lie lus removed to 0
court Ii- >. II mir be louml at Mi
. ~’s when fJr I’cofessionaH' K»j, p ' '■
April 15 p S 4
RESPEC I FULLY inform the Ladies ami Gen
tlemen of Augusta, that he will be ready ti
’ene them at all limes, at his or their bouses, i.
lie line of his profession, and Lopes he will me
hare of the public patronage, as he will extrar
'eeih and stomps,and in the easie t manner if ev<
'•f difficult, and all its other hranehes.
Vast© of UarDon,
A superior dentifrice to any ever offered so
cleaning beautifying and whitening the teeth am
making the breath sweet and grettabic.
SC ORB UTK * VSSE JVCE.
Which removes all scorbu* ic humour In th>
itns and teeth, and makes them firm at th*
Prepared and sold by
At his l'rng and Medicine St >re, at the Citio
t inge. Sign of the Golden Jhuruetn.
Jnlv 4 ' ‘i
ii. (JAI, D.
SU KGBON I KjN i («i : ,
it Uachelder £/ Loilvnse’s Hroad Stunt August*
nearly opposite he I'lnnier's Hotel.
RKSI'KC I FtLLV informs the Public, that hi |
ha< returned «n-<in to ihi- Cil y, and respert ,
!iiily .solicits the Patronage of tii e Ladies am
Gentlemen who may require tns s - rvices in Ul
ev eral (tranches of (ns Protest .io-n.— Pc rs-m .
bis service in pr.vaie Fain li -s can call slid
see hi- work Manulactured on a new principli
which he warrants,
TeitVh and Gum vs.
The diseases of (he lech and are chie l
ly owing to our own neghet ;Hi parts of th “
dimenls which lodge alnui- them a He r mastic,
non, growing acrid am] corrosive | che gun san 3
hereby first affected, as being tlie most tende I
at'is, alter these corruptions are pr< duoed, c m L ;
only called the I'ariar of the T eel o, wine t>
destroying both their texture and a hit mess no p
only deprives the mouth ot its pr mci pa- orna (
fen's, bin bring- n violent tooth ar.h es. :md ret i
ners ihe (linns livid and putrid, and offensive I
nirselves and o'hers. —Hut though pcoule i
general may prevent those inconvt no mces, bt
are and attention at first, yet, if thi ‘y ire onci
slid . red to take place, it is no longer i n uhe pow "
er of, die sufferer to remove item, (hit h t ing pro
pei'ly the province of the experienced IJ. mist v
wlio has made the maladies of the IVr h am J
Gums, with their attendant evils, th. ? principa' ,
bject and e id of his studies. r ,
s\x. t'Vuvuuevi, IH‘U V'vat, s
Hv long practice, « cl-i.,e applicate in to ousi ,*
ess, and a thorough knowledge of tin > ;yiructur< ’
<f the I eeth and Gu c.s, h n made all tlje opera
lions in those pa> ts qme fam liar to I dm, inso
U' h that wha: some Dentists havi judged im
ifacticabie, he hath p-rfortmd witi 1 ease ant
lie places Teeth both real and an if Inial, (malt
■iK the Infer with pure enamel} In mi n sn:ph
me to an entire set so accurately tin t they shir
•.nswor every ourpost tit the nauml. Thus the
greatest deficiencies are supnlieM will i nrnanv. me
.vhich have ihe recoranit udaiion of ut hyv.
Those Teeth that i.,v. Their sock
ts, which frequently bspp thotl sh in a per
e.-t sound state, he. by a me i<)( , , c • ~i ar to t.iu
ei(, replaces as farm as »« , u , lhe ( eil .
ain or tun Harness n> the ipe tit 1
He clears the t eeth, ilfhlto t,fat , or ]„red. <
all their foulness and t»r\,„> ar s ~t paitli am
, , . . , virai 'ii «"■» ■
endei-8 them white anti as ♦ er llt halt a ;
hour. t w ■ -•> 1 i i
• telli ami Stumnsextraevsd easiest nim i
ier, if ever so difficult.
He assists young ladies and gen heimm in (t
first ami'ec, ml dentition, and it m« it" In Mi'
Teeth «t proper masons, If, ' d.e.y -ia-.mld mem.
mode the rebuilt growth m 'he sun ■ selling oncei
oid d a deformity of this kind low i taken plac
hr nigh the a«'t of a Hestist, Mr Plonioce ur
'ertakes to correct it; provided tile minject i
not more than twenty years o'd. an d restores tin
t eeth to their natural, regular an d beautiful or
N. U. A Tincture and Dentrifto , Paste, pvepai
dhy inm only, w nich preserves (he I'ee.lh an.
changes them to a beautiful wl/te, , cures lUe gone
of the Scnrve\ and mak-s breath a t all tirciessivei
and agreeable, and cures the To oth A cite i.nme
•liatel), wiih nroper directions brn/ir to use it.
Mr '>hrr I°2 31 1
•'ITHE subserner uav. ig dtw,;overthe compo-
JL sitiivn of SWAIM’S celebrated Panacea,
lias now „ suppOy on f. or s ale : he has redu
ced t' ne price from §35'J to g 2 iO, or by the
All charitable instituV’ions In the United States
1 ,r,d the poor will be ?u ppb rd gratis.
It the citizens ol tb e pr ittcipal cities and towns
will appoint an ageu'i to rrder and distribute tin
medicine to the po< >r, it will be supplied.
Titis medicine i's celebrated for the cure of the
following diseases, “ scrofula or king'* evn, ulcer
ated or putrid sore throat, long standing rhu
malic aH'ectiou s, cutaneous diseases, white swell
mg, and disease of the bones, and all cases gen
entity ot the- ulcerous chancier, and chronic dis
uses, generally arising ia debilitated constitu
ions, but more expecially from syphilis, or afTec
'ions arising therefrom ; ulcers in the layrnx
odes. &c. And that dreadful disease occasionei |
J' by a long and exces-nve u*e ot mercury, &,c. It r |
. ilso useful in disease ot the Liver.”
I have within the last two years had an oppot
unity of seeing several cases ol very inve'erau
nicer* winch having resisted previously the regn
j lar modes *f treatment, were healed by the u?f
. of Mr. Swann’s Panacea, and I do believe, from
what i have seen that it wdl prove an impor am
remedy in scrofulous, venenslai il mercurial dis
eas.s N. CHAPMAN. M. 1),
Professor of the Institutes and Practice of
Phvsic, in the University of Pens>svlvania
1 have employed the Panacea of Mr. Swaim in
numerous instances, within tne Is/,' three year?
and have always found u exivemely efficacious,
especially in secondary Syphilis, and merctiria
diseases. 1 have no h.estoation in pronouncing i 1
_ i medicine of inestimable value,
\V. GlrtSON, M. D.
Professor of Surgery in the University of Penn
0. JOHN SHlNN,Chemist.
It N. R Tor sale at Smith and Pearsall’s, N. E
■ apr., of i mil a- d Market-streets.
Philadelphia, February J7, Id2i. Iml Jra S7
'k^||lN T B months after date, application will bt
il\| made to the Court of Ordinary of Frankie
iounty, for leave to sell one hundred Acres >
Land, in said C unty, as the property of Adan
Lmn, tleceased, for the benefit of the Heirs am'
Creditors of aid deceased
John E. Carson, adm’r.
•* a nuary 18. 182’ In-Sm 63
V\|INK months after cate application will bn
made to the Honorable Inferior Court i
olttmbia Coontv, when setting as a Court of 0>
dinary tor •nave to sell 2U2 1 2 acres of Land ly
mg in tlm 2d District of Monroe County, Lot N'.
208, it being the real estate of William Smalley
deceased, a d to be sold tor the benefit of tin
heirs and creditors of said deceased.
James Smalley, Adm’r.
January 4 18.’5 lni9m 5 7
‘V INK months after date, application will b
i* made to the Honorable the Inferior Com
>f Richmond County, when sitting for O’ dinar
mrposes, for leave to si II one half of four and
ihree quarters acres of [.and, in said Coiintv
'joining 1 .nils of Ware and Coleman, for ilit
benefit ot Seaborn Ski’mer, minor
Sept 11. 1824 lir.9m 23
VJTNR months after (Ist-, application will h
I* made to the Honorabl- the Justices of th
Inferior Court s (ting lor ordinary purposes, tm
he enuotv it Murke, for leave to sell all the real
•slate of'Stephen chance, iate of Iftirke county
leceased, for the henofi- of the heirs and crcd 1
ors of said deceased.
Mary Chance, Jld *’x,
Joseph Chance, Jdm’r.
R’r Ire county o 6 1824 1 9m 22
\TI\K months after dale, application will be
Ln mule to the Honorable court ol Ordinary
Columbia County, for h ave to sell two humlrei
two and a hall seres of land. Lot No. 18, 17il
Distrlc (i r.gina'ly Iladwin, now Jasper) graiiUe
0 lie-jarniri Smithson, to he sold (nr the benefit
if the heirs of llenjainin Smithson, deceased.
Thoma C. Bolton,
Jidmihistra'or de hours non
June Ist 1894. 1 9m 98
ffI.NR months . r d-te, application will h
-a-J made to the Honorable Court of Ordinar l
n C Inmbia County, (nr leave to sell a 1 (h
real estate belonging to the orphans of Samite
Sullivan, dect ased, and also, an ui divid d tra
01 l.and. lying in Columha County, h-longii
o said orphans, and to Melinda Jones, » Minor.
Gwinh, n of said Orphans
Guar dam of JWflinrla Jones
Mav 25 ImOm 9.5
t ,>|<INK months alte ' .Application wi l ! b.
' -i\| made to tin, itue, jUfie I ferior Court t
r>:. ■ >.. t’liiis 'jUlte t'ave ip sell the undivided
" * ’if.sr’" >u' ha* *' 7, Bridge Row—also, tw
■ipr '‘'if /» /'-of Elbert and R-ynol
•tr f '•( jy ( Margaret P. Hones, a
r John Bones, Guardian.
'll I,ny l m p
—■ "» " ' ~ • ■
'' a dice.
'aVIN’B months after due, aoplicatinn will b
• J made to the Honorable the Justices ot thr
1 'crior Court of said c n-ity. when sitting f
I. finary purposes, for leave to sell the while i
Pn real Estate of Irvin R ivet, decease I, late •
said county, for the benefit of the heirs a id cn
liters of said deceased.
James Lambert, } a7 ,
Kdward Boyet, 5* >nrs ‘
tScviven Count** 28 H'ls 1 9m 6^
>TINF, months afterdate, application will In
I made to the Honors de Court of Ordinary o
Columbia county, lor leave 10 aell two tracts o
Land in said county, lying on Greenbrier Creek
one containing 313 acres joining Po urd, Pullii. 1
a id others, the other containing 172 acres joining
I.tike and others, il being a part of the real estat
I Tlmmas Jones, deceased, sold for the belief!
of the heirs of said deceased.
William Booker, Jidm’r,
In right of his ■wifi
January 25, 182$. In 9 " 61
•TWINE months after date, application will be
.L I made to the Inferior Court of Co units
County, when sitting for Ordinary purposes, h
leave t<» s< It 235 acres of Land, (in sa d County)
lelonging to the estate of William If. Crabb, d< 1
John Kemioii, adm’r.
November 6, 1524 lm9m 40
VJtNE months after date, application wll b;
Ll made to the Hm >nb * the Inferior Court ot
dark'.' Cou dy, when situng for ordinary purpose
i or leave to sell nil be r ai estate ot Joseph Mad
<y, late of Hurkf county, deceased 'or ihe bene
!’u ot the heirs nul creditors ol said docca-ed.
Hun j unin Matlray, .7 dm'r,
.Tine 1.1R 1 4 In 9m 97
TNfINE months after date, appUcmiovi wdl b
Ja'J made to the Hnnotable the Court of O do
try of Ourke county, tor leave to sell the real E>
♦ate ot Enoch Fa-'m >r deceased.
1 John Farmer, adm'w
1 ttnrke Comity, Feb, 1 IH2J liu9m 6.5
i, . ——
ii M olice.
" iJWINK months after date, application will I
J)\| made to the Honorable the inferior C ui
of Columbia county, for l ave to sell a tract ■ i
1 Land in said county of 105 1-2 acres, joini .
Murray, Kay and others, it being part of the rta
estate of William Binion, deceased,
1 Peggy, Binion, adm'rx.
Meh 15, mi'"* lnr.9*in 75
- VJINE months after date, application
.si made to the Honorable the Inferior Clou.
f r Uichmond county, while silting tor Ordinal
urposes, for leave to sella Lot in the Cilyc
Vugusta, bounded by Ellis and Houston streett
, >elonging to the estate of Michael Silvort, de
, ceased, for the benefiit of the heirs and cred iur
it said estate.
Andrew J. Dill, adm’r,;
Nathan Leeds, adm’r,
in right of h’s wife.
Mary Leeds, adm’rx.
Autntstn, Pebniar' 11. 1825 In 9io
' AiINE months after dale, application will, ber
made to the Honorable the Justices of
Interior Court of Seriven County, when si og
ftr Ordinary purposes, (or leave to sell a certaino
ract or pared of Laud containing two hundred!
wo and an half acres, situated lying and being'
1 the thiiteenth District of Henry County,
d known and distinguished in the plan of said
Di trict ht' the number eighty, (80) the whole-of"
be real Estate of Sarah Callaway, deceased, kite
t said County, for the benefit of the Heirs a I’d
creditors of said deceased.
Samuel Doughty, adm’r.
Scriven County ■ n 25 18-5 linOni 72
V«INE months after date, application will be >
A'-i made to the Honorable the Inferior Court ol" 1
i lie county of Franklin, while sitting for ordinary
ti"Po«es for leave to sell the real estate of Thom
’S 1). Jordan, la e of said county, deceased.
Robert Pulliam, Adm’r.
November is 182.1 1 n9m 41
VTINF, months after da’ *, application will be
Lai made to the Honorable the Interior Court
"I Hulk County, when sitting lor Ordinary pur
poses tor leave to sell the real esmte or Wriley
lanberry, (Minor,) deceased, fur the b nefit of
he heirs and credi'ors of said deceased.
Joua. Lewis, adm’r.
Burke county, March 7 1825 1 i. 9 57
sNtfhNE months after date, application will be
JM made to the Honorable the Inferior Court, of
itiiike County, when silting (or Ordinary purpo
ses, for leave to sell the undivided part of the
real ( stale ot Lewis Emanuel, deceased, for the
benefit ol the heirs and creditors of said ih-ceas
Surviving Administrator lie horns non,
Burke county, ii iron 7. 182 s lm9n 75
Oil INK months alu-r date, application will be
inaile to ihe Honorable the Court of Ordin
al Columb.a County, I>r 1.-ave to sell 22 1 a.
ciesol 1 and, lying in ‘Coin ntm County, on the
waters t the big Riokee Creek, adj ining Lands
oi Hamilton, Graves and others, to be sold for the.
tenefil of the heirs of .bunt's Marlin, < eemsed.
Uohert Martin, adm’r.
Novemb* r 8. 1824 I n 40
NINE months after dale, application will be
made to he If m"r..ble the Justices ot the
I tenor Coer l of Franklin County, when sitting
or Oidinary purposes, lor leave to »ed the real
. tale of J'dm Gettings, late of said county, tie
eased, lor Dig heirs and creditors of said de •
John Gettings, adm’r.
April 13, 1825 lu.y.n 8 7
VTINE months after oate, application will be
aN made to the Justices of the Interior Court
" Franklin County, when silting for Orditia y
purpose-, for leave to sell the real Estate of l)a
--v d Clark, deceased, for the heirs and creditors
f said dt ceased.
Tlios Mays, ex’r.
April 12. 1825 1 9m 87
NINE months after date, appl cation will be
made to the Justices of the In ere r C< nrt
f Franklin County, when sitting fim Ordinary
urposes. tor leave to sell the real estate ol biar
g Pi octor, a Minor.
James 11. Haley, Guardian.
April 12, 1825 1 .9 m 67
In the. lute tor Court of Kichnuud County, sit
ling as a Cuu ; of Ordinary ,
Mo.an air, February 7tli, 1525
Danforth & Savage, )
vs. ittULB JVISI.
Adm’rs. of Kaiph ’I homas, j)
I I'appearing 1 to the Court, that the petitioner
a.e possessed of a Bond given by llalpli 1 horn*
s in his hie time, together with olh is, condition
al tor making lilies to par of Lot N .22, in (he
Citv of Augusta, coma'.ling a front of thiru mne
etl on Broad street and in depth two hundred and
seven feet, and bounded on the south by said
(street, on the E si by slot usually called Polly
i K -ati■ gs and on tue other sides by a lot late John
Willsmi’s, and that the said lidph I'll- mas has de
parted his lit'.- without making titles to suid lot,
m 1 Uih letters of administration on his estate and
fleets have he n grained to Abiel Camfieid ot
■ aid County.
Whe o on and on Motion of petitioner:! attor
n v. It is ordered by the court, that the H-irsa’d
lieprcsenu ives o* said Ualjj.i 1 buna,-, be cneii o
a near before this Court on the first Monday in
\ ■ rii to allow cause, it any they have <>r can, \i y
the s aid Admini-trator <5 IMji'i lin mas sin •I I
iot be or ic-red to it' cun: li les to the said 10. lo
he petiti »• rs ucc >rdi-ig t ■ die prayer ol me pe
tition : and tha' a copv ■ f this order be pub -hed
in one of the Gaz j l'es of tins C'ty t"i- two do . lis-
Tuken from th Uniti es
Isaac i lei*l»ei t. Clerk
of ih ‘ lon of U oLutvy.
February 11 Id f b
i i.mtiaA, frantcuu County.
- ye II IfE >.S Samuel IVwi r Aur ’i . ami llsn-
J nut, i ; te Adm’rs. applies tor Letters of
" , i sini’isory on tiic estate ot VV aliam lat ,iLc.
I here are therefore lo cile jmd aum in h all
nd singular the kindred and reditu, a t die
aid deceased, lo file their ohji c nns >n my dice
i .vithiii the time prescribed by law, to shew Cause
■[• they have) why said 1< tiers ot Uisiiiisaory
, aiii'tild not be granted lo them.
(even under my hand at office in h ;• klin, itiig,
h day ot March, 1825
tim Frederick Beall, CVlc ,