Monthly . idvertimment a.
]S < dice.
■VfIN m nths after date, applicaluon will be
made lithe Honorable the Inferior Court of
Ifchmond county, while silting fur Ordinary pur
poses, for leave to sell a Loi in the. City of Augu*-
t», I) mnded by Kilts and Houston-streets belong
ing to the eata'c of Michael Silvers deceased, foi
the b-tn» fit ofth? li-ira and credi' os of 5..-l estate
Andrew .1. Dill, adm'r.
Nathan Leeds, adm’r.
vi right iif hit wife
Mary Leeds, adm’rx.
.I’l nmhi. Fr unary It, 182.5 lm9m
NINK months after date, application will be
made to ■ In- Honorable the Justices of «lie*
Inferior Court of Franklin County, when sitting
for Ordinary purposes, (or leave lo nidi the real
K.tale of John Gettings, lain of said counfv, de
cet'ud, for the heirs and creditors of said dc
John Gettings, adm'r.
April 12, 1825 lnm9 87
SVTINK months after date, application will b"
] ] mule to the Honorable the Inferior Court
nfC'dumbia county, for to <ll a tract of
I,and in ssid county of 105 I 2 acres, joining 1
Murray, Ray and others, if being part of the real
state of William IJmioii, deceased.
Peggy, Minion, adm'rx.
Ms- r l ’ 1 1. 182 * ni!)*<ii 75
CNI’NE months after date, application will b<
IX't iiriif.: to the. Honorable Hie Justice* ot the
luf'ti Mi Court of said county, when sitting for .
Ur finary purposes, for leave to sell the whole of
•he reai Estate of Irvin Muyet, deceased, Into o!
sai l county, lor the benefit of the heirs and ere i
ditur.s of said deceased
Jan.™ Latnlierl. ? Mn , ry
Edward Moyet, )
Mi riv n f'oiinl‘l 1 . i, 'j' (835 Irr.'t n 68
V IN'R months after late, pplicaiion ■ .f -> ■
i. '4 made ti. the (Join t of Ordinary of Fra * m ;;
County, for I ’uve to sell one hundred Acres of u
Liud, in County, as the property of Adamj'
I,inn, deceased, for the benefit of the Heirs and
Creditors ot aid deceased
Join. E. (Jars tn, adm'r.
J**'lii .rv 1 ° 1 ; ’ i lni6 n 68
N'INK month* after date application will h
made to the Honorable Inferior Court ot
Columbia County, when setting «s a Court of Or
dinary for leave to II 282 1-2 acres of I.and ty
iijr in the 2d Hist net of Monroe County, Lot No.
208, it being tfie real estate of William Smalley;
deceased, and to be sold for the benefit of the I
heirs and creditors of said de> eased. j
Jamofs Smalley, Adm’r.
January 4 t 8 ‘5 lm9m 57 I
N otice. 1
X2JQ INK. months after date, application will h. (
<SSI made to the Justice* of tin- I •<• rior Court ‘
ot Scriven County, when sitting lor Ot-li;. .rj J
purposes, for leav. ; . soil a rer'.iin tract of I and
cannoning two Iviudrt'd acres being .tt the coun
tv at.resaid, belonging to the Estate of Caleb
Howell, deceased, f.p the benefit of thr Heir?
ami creditors of the mid deceased.
Mahaltt Howell, Jdm’x. ,
June 1 i, 1825. Im9m 108 i
■\T INK months after dale, application will hr I
IN nvidi to the Justice* of the Inferior Cour
of Frankli i C'.unty, win"' aiding for Ordinary
purposes, for Ivavie to rail (be real Instate tis Da* i
vi<l Clark, deceased, fur the heirs and creditor. .
of said deceased.
Tims, Mays, ex’r. 1
April 12, 1825 ImUm 87
N INK months after dale, application will be
mode to the Honorable the Inferior Court
of Burke County, when sitting fop Ordinary i tir
poses, for leave t-< sell the real estate ot W rilcy ,
Hanberry, (Minor,) deceased, fi>r the benefit of ,
die heirs and creditors of said deceased.
Joiitt. Lew is, adm'r.
Burke county, March 7, 1825 lni9in 57
SkSjflNK months after dale, application will be
si's made to the Justices of the Inferior Court
of Franklin County, when silling for Ordinary
pur ' isea, for leave u> sell tlie real estate ot Star
ling I’ructor, a 1! nor,
James 11. Haley, Guardian,
April 12.1825 lm9m 87 i
N ot it P.
ORfINK months diet dale application will be
vIJ made to the Hjiu-rahle the Inferior Ccurt of
Uurke County, when s iting (or Ordinary purpo
sen, for leave to s If the real estate of William
Knight, late of s.».d Cuun.y, deceas 'd.
W . I), Harrison, Adm'r.
Burke county. Sent. 10, 18J5 lni9m 21 I
jV, r INK me . hb after date, application will be 1
i s made lo the Inferior C urt of Krauklui coun
l», when sitting for ordinary purposes for leave to
at tlie Heal F,.state oi Jacob Stricklvd, deceased
for tlie benefit of the Heir* ot said deceas' d.
Hartly Strickland, I'.x * •
July 1.1825 lII> ■» a I
ChjJINF. mumlia after date, appli vuiou wol b<
J, 2 made to tlie Homo able the Justices of tlv
Inferior Ccurt of -Scriven Coonty, wit n sitting |
for Ordinary purposes, lor leav to ••»*! a certau
tract nr p ■ lof l. nd Mi 'a.iilo, <>v j but...
two and a i half sere . situa.cd lying a d bftip
in the lliirleem It it .net of Henry County, Gs
.id know i a.id Ji. (iUguished in die pU.i of san
Uistrict by the numoer eighty, (Hi;) ’.lie whole of
tl> i > d Kstate if Sarah Callaway, dscessul, Sat*
ot said County, for lbs bent fit of the Heir, and
..red ns of sail deceased.
Samuel Dougltty, adm'r.
Striven Coumi,\ Vt b, 25. lb 5 ln\9 72
VW'k. wuu Vv’inVvns:,
A'tally Executed at thin < I u.
N r |NR months after date, application will bt
made to tlie Honorable Court of Ordinary ol
Columbia County, for leave to sell two tracts oi
(.and in said county, lying on Greenbrier Creek,
inn containing 318 acres joining Pollard, Ptillin
rnd others, the other containing 172 acres joining
(.ok" and others, it being a part o( the real estate
if Thomas Jones, deceased, sold for the benefit
>f the heirs of *«id deceased.
William Booker, Adm'r.
In right of his wife.
, January 25, 1825. Im9m 61
OSjflNB months after date, application will be
ii''l made to the Honorable the Court of Ordin
try of Burke county, for leave to sell the real Kr
tatc of Knocli Fannef’, deceased.
John Farmer, adm'r
Hurler Coin i 1.. 1, 18‘25 Im9m 65
N INK mouth* sfter d..tr, application will be
made to the Honorable the Justices of the
Inferior Court of Scriven county, while sitting
for Uidinary purposes, for leave to sell, all that
traid nr parcel of Laud, containing one thousand
acres f more or let*J situate, lying and being in
the county aforesaid, on which is a Saw and Gris'
Mill—the sa-.ie being a part of the real estate ot
fame* I* mder, deceased, for the purpose of mak
ing a division among the Heirs of tlie said de
George Robbins, Adm'r.
sc Ur in her 1825 li-ib-n 27
h v t|lNE months after date, application will be
!«• * ma it* to the Honorable die Inferior Court, of
Burke (;oiinty, wln-n sitting for Ordinary purpo
•es, for leave to sell (lie nnilivi led part of tfte
real Kstate of Lew Kmanuel, deceased, for the
benefit of the heirs and creditors - i raid deceas
Surviving Jhlnnnittralor !e bonis non.
Ilnrlee ronniu, March 7, 1825 l-r.'J’n 7
|\ri.KF, months af.er date, application wiil be
II *1 tri vie to the Honorable the. Justicca «i tlie
!. .leri'u Court of Scriven county, for leave to
*eil, tliO whole of liio real <- tale (.1 Levi How
; i”d, decen ied, late o! Scriven county, for the be
in (it of the Iteir i and credit’rs of the said dc-
Kli/.abeth Howard, Adinr'x.
Srptemlv-r 20 1823 Jm9m 27
SUFGKfi* t CU'JIt I , May Term 1.(25.
lisrs How !.'■ Mortgage, j Petition for lore
I u | cloture.
William Fullstr, mim nistratm' j
ot Charles li alle, deceased, ( ... . ~
and John W Uealle and r •' V7A/ -
Hezekuah Bealleand others,
heirs of the sa d Challes, &
a tract of Land, J
Ul’ON the Petition of Hays Dowdre, praying
tne foreclosure of the Equity of Redemption in
and to a certain Tract or parcel of Land, silt *t,
lying and being in the county of Richmond, and
Slate of Georgia, on both sides of Butler’s Creek,
containing even hundred acres, more or less,
known as Beall’s miU tract. Bounded on the
cast by land belonging to ssid IV.wdre and others,
southwardly by Lig n’s land, and northwardly by
lands belonging to Robert Crawford or his heirs,
a hlch said land whs mortgaged by said Charles
Uealle in his life ti ue to the .1 (lays N.iwdrc,
on the fifteenth day ot April, in the year of out
Cord 1821, to secure (be payn-enl < • » romiss
ry Note signed by sail) I ,at tea, for the sum of
nine hundred ami seventy seven dollar .. and io<
the firat day of January last, and the interest ilu
night accrue thereon j and the sum of nine bun
Ired and seventy-seven dollars, and interest from
the first day of January last, being now due on
mid in rrtgage Nov to wit, at May Term, 1825.
On motion, of John F. King, sttorney for Peti
tioner, it is ordered by the Court, that the prin
ciple, interest and costs, due on smd mortgage
be paid into Court within twelve months from
the dale hereof, or from henceforth the Equity
at redemption will be forever barred and fore
closed, and the mortgaged premises sold in term*
t'f the law,
,linl it it further ordered, That a copy of this
(fide be published in one of (he public Gaaetto
of the City of Augusta, at least once a month un-1
ti) the time appointed for payment, or served!
upon the Ueprescnial'ves and Heirs of the said j
Churle .. at least six months previous to tlie lime
he money iu directed to be paid.
True extract from the minutes,
James M‘Laws, Cleric.
June 7. 182,5. Iml2m 99
GEORGIA, Hurl County.
Hy the lion, the Court of Ordinarc of taid County
TO AU. WHOM IT MAI CUN’CEHN.
\\J HKUBAS Stephen Boyd and Elijah Altaway,
’• Administ .itor* of John Sikes, deceased, ap
plies for letters Uismistnry.
Nnvv therefore, these are to cite and admonish
all and singular the kindred and creditors of the
said deceased, to file their objections (if any they
have) in the office of the clerk of this Court, on
or to fore the first Monday in December next
otherwise letters dismiss'iry will be granted.
Witness the Honorable James Torrance, one of
the Justices <>• said Court, this sih July, 1825
6tn Samuel Sturges, Cleric
of the Cow l of Ordinary
[ (sF.OIU.IA. Scriven County.
I tor of the F,stale of Joseph Coughron, de
jc.-ssed.li e of sanl county, (with the Will annex
ed) appl es for letters Dismissnry.
flu-s. arc tlierc'iire to cite and : ,lmoi'ish ali
and singular, the kindred ami creditors of the
j .aid dm eased, lo he and appear at my office
vit! .ii the time prescribed by law, to file their
j 'f.jcotums, fit any they have) to shew cause
j why ;' iid letters should not be grained. '
i. . i under my hand and pr .»te seal, there
hi i ig no seal of offite.
iiiti Sealjorn Gootlall.
, hfintioro' sth day of Oct. 182 S 31
GK.tt . BA, C unihiaCounty.
'%T I! ‘I KAS it.-on': Cation, ha- applied foi
i 1 U'ttera of Oismlssovy on tb* estate o
i t .tv, <1 I'ankersloy, deceased, late ot sail
Th.-st *re therefore to cite and, ...Imoniah si
• and singular (he kindred and crcddors of th*
said 1 . sse" t.v be and .pipes at my office
within the time prescribed by law > file thei
i’"r, : ■, (if ant they havei to shew cause win
as 1- i t■! nnisaorv should n't i>e granted,
v i in ■’< r my hand at office, in Columin
'ids Ist day of April, 1825.
()iu G, Jones, I). CVk,
GECIORA, Richmond County.
t . By the Honorable the Court cf Ordinary of th
( < County of Jiichmond
>i To all whom it may concern.
” Nathan H. Beal, administrator
" SWr <Je bonis non, on the estate of Hezekiaj
Heal, deceased, late of (mid county, has appliei
p to this Court top l etters Dismissory, ff'
These arc therefore to cite and admonish 'ai
snd singular the kindred and creditors of tin
said deceased, hie their objections (if any the;
’■ have) in the uffice of the Clerk nf »aid Court o
nr before ti e frit Monday in November next
otherwise J.etir ■ Dismissory will be granted t
t Witness the Honorable oamuel Hale, one o
the ,Judg'-s, of said Court, this l‘2th day o
f April, 1825.
Hm Isaac Herbert, CVk.
Os th'• ( •url of Orflitw"
GEORGIA, Jticrmotu . County,
fly th - How Ib'.e it: Court of Ordinary of eui
t t i ali. whom, it Mil courr.ns.
U \/iTIIi4HEAS Kebecca T. Baldwin, and Willlar
i ft J, Hobby, Administratrix and Advniniatra
[) tor on the F.-.tate of Augustus Baldwin, decoct
n ed. have applied to said Court for I,elvers Dis
it Now therefore these, are to cue and admonish al
. and singular, the kindred and creditors of th
said decease d, to file their objections (if any the;
have) in the office of the Cleik of this Court, oi
o'before the first Monday in Msy next, other
wise Letters Dismissory will he granted to them,
Wiincsa the Honorable Samuel Hale, one o
the Justices of the said Court, this 21st da
of October, 5 D. 1825.
I 6 m Isaac Herbert, CVk .
Os the Cow t of Ordinary
GEURUIA, Jiurkc County,
tty the Honorable the Conn of Ordinary of Bn"*.
To all whom it may concern.
WiiT.iUSAS William Sapp . id Phenicy Sapp
ad minis tin, ;or ,oul adm rii.lratrix, on 11»«
Instate <>f Philip Sapp, late of stud county, d,-
neaied, ha- "died to this Court for letters Dis
I ii, o r r t lerefore to cite and admonish all
nd drigul; t‘- kindred Mid creditors el the wtc
! !,cessed, io file their objections (it anv they
have) in it ' office of the Clerk of said Court, o"
or before 'lie first Monday in January next, other
wise letters Dismissory will be granted to them.
; Witness the Honorable Atton Pemberton, one
] of th. i u.tires of said Court, this /lb March
’ t j Satvitri i. Sturges, CVk.
Of'hr Court f Orrli iwy
GriMIKL J.A, Jfurke County,
By the Hon the Court of Ordinary of said Count}
to AI L ATOM JT MAX CONCEHV.
WHFREA* Junes Anderson, Executor of the
Estate ■ Elisha Anderson, deceas’d, ar
ns l estimienisry Guardian of Virginia C. Ande
son, has applied to said Court for le'ters Distuis
Now therefore, these arc to cite and admonish
all and singular the kindred and creditors of the
said deceased, .o file their objections (if any they
nave) in the office of the clerk of this Court, or
or before the first Monday in January next, other
wise letters dismissory will be granted.
Witness the Honorable James Torrance, ore of
the Justices of said Court, this 2d Muv, 1825
(5m Samuel frturges, Clerk
weorrlv, n nr.tee Cmuiitj.
tty Iht Hon, tie Court of Ordinary of laid Count’/.]
11l ALL WHOM IT 51 AT COHCEttS,
lariiKHBAS Abraham Dmforth in righto!
ff his wfe, and Augustus H Anderson, ad
ministrators on the esiate ot Elialia AmVraon.
deceased, hive applied to said Court for letters
Now therefore, these are to cite and admon
iah all and ungular the kindred and creditors oi
the sai'l deceased to file their objectsion (if »nj
they hue) in the office of the clerk of this C-mr
on or befire the first Monday in January nex.,
otherwise letters dismissory will b« granted,
Witnest the Honorable James- for rtf me, one
of the Justices ot said Court, this 7t v day,
of March, 1825.
tN Samuel Sturges. Clerk
of the Court of (udinaary
GEORGIA, tturkr •
tty the (fan. the Co, t of Ordinary of oaid County
to ALL WHOM IT MAI CONCKBW.
»VT 'JERK AS Elijah Dyne, and Enoch Byne,
Tv administrators on the estate of William
Byne, late of Burke, deceased, have applied ti.
said Court tor Letters Dismissory.
Now therefore, these are to rite and admonish
all am) singular the kindred and creditors o( the
iaul deceased, to file their objections (if any they
' have) in the office nf the Clerk of this Court, on
or before the first .Monday in January next, other
'wise Letters Dismissory will be granted.
1 Witness the Honorable Alexander J. Lawson,
one of the justices of said Court, this 2d
td Samuel Sluices, CVk.
Os the Court of Ordinary.
GEORGIA, fiertve l County.
WHEREAS nrgt Pollock. Administrator
with the will annexed, of the Estate ot
[ William Boothe, deceased, and also administrator
ot the Estate of Mary Boothe, deceased. Ami
William H. Wade, administrator tie rants non ol
the Esiate of George M. Henderson, deceased,
each applies for letters Dismissory.
These sre therefore to cite and admonish al
U and singular the kindred and creditors of the
said deceased’s, to file their objections in this of
fire, on or before the first Monday in August
* next, ensuing, to shew cause (if any they have)
why letters Dismissory should not be granted t<
Given under my hand at office in Jackson bo
1 1 hi* 28th day of January, 1825.
8m Swilbß !1 I ’Vk.
- GEORGIA, ,SV tiren County
jqrWHEUK AS lln s. W t--liver, Administrate
It j yfj of the elate ■ >1 ■ fleet -. and James Ul.
diver, deceased, late -of ...id County, applies Io
d | letters Dismissory.
These are therefore to cite and admonish si
I and •;-.~v;lar (lie kindred and creditors ot th
, -aid dvee i-ed, to lii- their objections . d any the;
. liave) in the office of the Clerk *>: said Court, o
ii r before the first Monday in November nexi
i) itbcrwire letters Dism-ssory will be granted t
’• Given under my hand at office in Jsckaonbc
roligti, this 25th day of April, 1325.
(im SeabornGootlall. CVk.
GEORGIA, F. anklin county,
he WHERE AS James H. Little and Samuel Shan
f » ing, applies for l etters Dismissory on the
es'ate of William M’Cracking, deceased.
These are therefore to cite and admonish all
r, md singular the kindred and creditors of the
ill said deceased, to hie their objections in my of
?fS, lice, fcitl In the time prescribed by law, to shew
t;4ua©- (if any they have) why said letters Dis
if mjs’o.y should not be granted to them,
ve I Given under my hand at. office in Franklin., this
■3 - fth day of March, 1825
IM 6in Frederick j Beall, CVk.
■I I THURSDAY the 15th December uext,
* will be sold at the Plantation of the laG
Col, Nicholas Win*, ofi I/Mtie River, in Colum
bia county, the Corn and Fodder and other pro
ry visions made there tl.e present season, all the
.'arming utensils belonging to the place, the stock
of Horses and Mules, among which toe some va
id luable brood Mares, and fine Colts of the best
blood —the stock of Cattle, some full and some
half blood of ike English breed i the stock o:
m Hogs, and the Plantation : —There are about lit
a -en hundred acres of Laud, and enough clear ;i.
s and in cultivation to give employment to twenty-
j s five or thirty hands Much of this land is of
good quality, and the rest very valuable for its
( jj timber.
;y At (lie same time and place, will
jn be soi l the Grist and Saw Mills on Little liiver,
r and the Bridge across it, known as Wares, with
i. about forty acres ;jf Land attached the eto.
; \nd OH THURSDAY the BSd|
I December, there will be sold at th PL us.ion
'on Savannah River, in Columbia compy, -. thi
mouth of the Kmkee Cr- "k, it. tvnoh of hi-j
i- Corn and Fodder, Farming utensils,-stack, ic.*'
i belong ' to that place and also the Plunlan
r , i 'self, including about six hundred acres I (•
o 1 very excellent quality.
And on TaUUSDAV Up !l
I December, Will be gold at the market-h m
bjthe City >( Augusta about Forty
l< - I .iViy - including n - . r, hou r
'and field Imnds I■ i sales j> e , , \ ....
(commence. »t ten o’clock, A. M . id do--
j '’clock, P M. ant! be com. nied froii
! |until the pro-erty is all sold,
j Twelve nr..idha credit will be given, t.
■ (turns ovety Ten Dollars, a- t not, with go .»i
" Icurity required, before the properly will be ■’ '■
■j ivered. . ‘
, .Susan P. VVnie, JEx*tr.
Win. \V. Holt. Kx’r.
Os Cue Will of Jtr. IF r. -
| O'J* i liters of Vav- ■r. in Gear;- a. and (I j,
yjEditorsuf tin Co’umbi; ;u., in Sauth-C,-.- t
- Inis, art •fioesie Ito giv' ■ th- -c weekL
aertions, ana forward their accounts to this ibii- .
for payment. ,
October 21 34
ivxtM*v;U>p ; '- buVp,.
tin Tu-a t o (>fii December ties', wII !)>• sold
) a 1 Tit Market Hoiiaei in the city of August*
fhrtweiK the mual hours —J
; 202’ Acres of Land in first Dis- ,
trict o' Monroe county, No. 157, ,-
1 Negro mar named Jack. (
1 Few, No. 72, in the Presbyterian Church.
AH b-longing to the estate of John Clarkt.de- -
ceast-d.—Terms at sale. 1
Jiy order the Kxeeutov*
Fraser & Bov. dee.
September 30 p 58 *
Exerutor’s Sale. ‘
W'U.L be sold at the firmer resulence -f Junr- '■
ArwELi., o! Richmond county, deceased. '
an the first Monday in December next, the Per
hable property of the uanl deceased, consist
Corn and Fodder, likewise, Die
stock of Cattle, Hog’ Sheep, and three head o'
Horses—all the Household Furniture, Plantation
Die' sils and one Cart
, And will he Rented al the etmc
irne, the Plantation whereon he reside-' Like- v
: j wise, two Negroes will be hired, belonging to ;
, said estate. [
Likewise, will he sold at (lie same
time ini place, one Negro Woman named Glare,
belonging to said csta'e.
Twelve months credit will I given, and Notet h
with unproved security wr' oenquirtd before
the delivery of the property. H
Jaajps Atwell, Ex'ir. [
of the. lVi.ll of John Atwell* .
n OctnEer 25,1825 6*t t 35
Ad mi n’.s trator’s hale,
1 Will he sold ai Cvlumbia Court-House, on the
; first I'licjilay in December next ;
’ Two hundred am! thirty Acres of
. /..and, belonging to the Ksta'e of William R
■ Crabb, deceased, sold tor the benefit of 'he heirs
tof said deceased.- Sold or. a credit of 14 months.
ii John Kennon, MirVr. t
October 5, 1825 9t r 32 1
AGREEABLE Io an order of the honourable
the Interior Court of Burke county, when
I sitting fur Ordinary purposes, will be sold at the
r 9 out House in i.il county, <-n the first Tuesda) j
,1 in December next, between the. usual hours ol
. sale ;
■ A Negro man, Prince, the pro
perty of Reuben Tipton, deceased. Sold for the
benefit of 'he credi'ors of said deceased’s Es-
tale.—Terms made known on the day of sa'e,
„ Ezekiel Lester, Jldm’r.
) October 4, 1825, 9t t 31
h TOLEN, ~
’ 'he Subscriber’s Plantation, on the night
I of the 14th October, a blight s irrel MARE
eleven years old next spring —ls minds three and
_j.i halt inches ’gh, with a star in her forehead,
| nip on her lip and left tiind foot white. Anj
1 person tlehvcring said Mare to nj* in fturke r on
i, jty, (Bi'cr Cr'-.-k, Get/.) shall be lib rahy reward
j: ed—ind if atolen. a suitable compensation f r the
1 detection and conviction, ot the perpetrator.
,1 i N. B.—There was left in her pUc-, a cfiosmit
„ sorrrl Horse, between fifteen and twenty year>
.... Id, left hind loot white, which I have in my pos
it. I session,
a James Holley.
ti October ?8 3*t 36
° B'-ank Deeds of Conveyance,
wavTiT ruisxFn oa viLi.cit rivmi,
Fur i ; nt I Ail Office.
PATENT COTTON PilKSb
■ n«tjg Subscriber respectfully informs hi* friend's .
A and tilt publ -c 11 gI, -nd, (hat he li.» nve-ned 1 •
A XfeW & n*e£u\ Machine,
fir the purpose if Pat km Cotta n ini'■ stjan.e
B lit:’, by the ptrwer if ’ Isr-c acting >,n 0
a FWcum, which drivel iht body ‘"‘■ T
that presses Os l tion into the Male,
The power of this Machine <c!i, lint from
450 to 500 pounds of Ootto . i., . be pressed i n .
o five yards o( 42 inch bagging with cunsidera ffj
hie ease, and in a very short time. The Rep. rio,.
advantages of this machine art ‘dearly mars,! s
that in audition to the small quantity of baggie.
> required, f-whch cei-irmlv »• an oh. . •
hands can v tit ;r< a pru.k Vr- *
■ twelve bales in oio. ..-ay it 'the cotton cunv.
sent, by haring « " assistance ' ■ sewing, v set
is by far the mo Cedi- - ... "be
of that machine fend it* superb r | awer are ;;i 4 ,
ly admired by in - hand. -i! .Mists »> ■ in (act .|<
who have en it. ’>- .1 mechanical demon-;
; lion it is proven, tnat the power of tlie I -,, ,
and it* concomitants are equal if not super;
any, even to tin. wedge if properly applied. J f
From the liigh and frequent encomiums j- , 4
■ m the invention, the subscriber is induced to «,f I I
: ter it to the Public as something worthy of »|* - s j
> immediate notice. Any person trim may 1 . 1 I
can apply to the subscriber. The probable- •>)
will be FIFTV HOLLARS, when all m
ire found, mid ElcJlf IT, if not form '
LeUem Having bp;* obtained ft cm th. lit. a,
nent o','e of i;, • folio 1 -Tates a!) \ arsons atv 1
n - * be! ■ .nn -I-.icing -■!■ ; • ■ ■ f
legai rigb : . All infringements will meet with the I A
igoi ol tb'.law, made and provided 111 such c>--o. I II
jAnr mechanic shat may wish to be I-enefit - ! 1,.. I I
th 9 inventipn, mar by paying a mode . * jjd
hum seen’ ; mdi.i l, ; dr me .. < -...its, “
Name is off: red to fs. . an 1 bii
1 The s :e. of the .Machine is si (
'hreefict k, and car, h, i- -■■■ „
cn fid p' ; or 'trouaht - *l, - ■ 1
'■ OttOH hf ■in *
is 'hr /;*■:■ |
Lewis Layssiud/ I
AND BTBAM BATHS. 1
Oft. HOCKL, a French Vnyrienti .npect; dh M
informs the nub'ie.. th«V n- h HI
ST BAM and MEDICAI. ItATHS in Aug I
rery high repute I
Europe, where (although a late discovery) I
are to be found in every hospital, ami.,the
' la st ■ :,tc thev tiav;; per;- -.-d in Oosio* , I'.'.i j I
.adnlpbia and Charleston, can eavc doul II
their efficacy. The ’T’.,,si .’ fl
•>••! powerful medicines .are adminon - .' >■-. by ' ■
r,c ,>v. without any pa ; t, iroufa.e or tb.trust "<• ;-■.<•
I'ney are a never failing rsnedy in ad 1
ous affections front Paorc, " ;g verm . a
ucaldhead and Leprosy, ftluv also 113 . c n < M
•ptled of SHCCC99 in either ae i'or chronic • fl
In glandular obstructions, chlorosis, r.aai.arcmi* ll
wellu.gs, incipient dropsy; in all diseases o, th< H
loints, gouty_ affections, dispersion of tumors, f \
cured syphilis, .spasmodic or nervous affection'
11 all bilious disorders, dyspepsia, hypocondrinai*.. I
■pilepsy—these baths have bften found
■/iceabie,and have often succeeded even h
iitary complaints. In fine, this manner of ad-idn . ,J
stering ahrwet every remedy bei r 'i)girig to the j m
u-rding art, mav be rendered a; to a/mnn I ■
V*.rv CASf.:, H r K? fit 13 . sa/dt ii.IV pflt ITe ■ M
rouble, nr disg si to the patient. fl
Aa these baths are not yet ly . jJi
Dr. Horn will be happy to giv.» the n-isi P ,.. •
pectable relerences t“ persons who hi ve . ecr l|
cured by taking them. I
a nuary II 57 I
NotkeT ‘ f>
S V,AL K!! I * RDP OS 'if. S' '
Ilf Hf he r 'reived at the Office of tin C-'er*
* ’ of Council, until the lirEt of l\ovember *
'test, for i’-nv-T ■-.■ tVat*T ft i«n :n, r v’tring km.;-
as Turknetth- to the V-rkd C<,-.i-.?. '■»
City of Aug", ta In Fine I.egs, tie; n- •cr •
which shall be at lta*t fifteen inches,
dore four inches. Ihe upper vtrfi •
Logs when laid down to be at Itksl three uni . J|
■rdf feel below the genera! surface of th ri *• ■<!. |
' he course of conveyance from
•uch •-■.« lo intersect Ufoad-s I .*, --*« ,
b’i ’i street and Hawks (.idlev
Proposals miy embrace the whole wot’., > ■-
separai.-v orrmcsal- will be teceived for furniai; 1
iog and b lie Logs, nan.e g tlie place v LeiC
they ' ill elivered, 1 a: y other p. la* m
Sami. Hale. ) j
W. 11. Thomas > Commltite .
September 16 24 1
ALL peraonl having demand against the Ls-
A. tatc of John .tnuKs, late of Columbia Cu'in
ty deceased, are requested to hand them 1 pr -
perly attested agreeably to law. and those i.'-Uebt
ed to said Fstate, are requested to niakc imme ,b
hate payment to the Executors.
Isaac Willingham, 1 ■
C’oimelius Jones, > L w
Tliomas WilUngham, j * ■
September 6, 1825. 8; r 22 . J|
CI'IIIKEE months after date, applies'.;n '< V- J
A marie to the fnferior Court Columbia , I
County, while sitting for Ordinary purposes, ft>t M
leave to divide twenty Negroes, the property 0 I
.lames Martin, late of said eaunty dect *<-d, '• S
which the heirs living out of i • cmi-’ y an J
State of Ororgia, are retpe-tlfudy iinlif) ; I ; ■ a i
application, t his 29th day of August, 1825. .
Robert Mai iu, Jldm’r. I
Aupust 30 2m3m 1
8TOI» THE UUNAWA \ I
T 3 AN A WAY from ih * s bscriber ul >.->. r II '
I O; of the month of October, a '*«-•»• a
ed SAM. Me. is be'wee-v twenty f- e ar.d f ’.V ' W
years of age, yellow complexion, i feet toi i I
>‘*c ■•••■ big-;, lively and free spoken, !;»• J|
m his lefi cheek, extending from the oornc F
‘ ii mouth toward* bn, ear, shout an i ■' K
‘ length ; he is by trade s carpenter. I pui fl ' I
him in live Eastern shore of Mary) m 3, in 1< * I
Aip pr rson tied wil apprehend him r • ’ fl
liver him to me at Sparta, Hancock county, or g vi V
• information so I can get him, shall 4>e rewarded ■
for his trouble. *
An dp, vs on Abftrcroral’ -r v
Or*, -her 17 R