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■ MACON GEORGIA Tpi® ORA P H . DRUGS m 33 3> I © I 3W S S, «5t c. »1 fresh supply just Received by J. II. At W. 8. ELLIS, Masonic Hall, Cotton Attnuc. Among which arc the following MEDICINES, Ac. 8ulpli:itc Quinine (french) Contharide*, Sulphate Morpliimf, Fly stone. Acetate d^>j " ' Hi lib ShcritT Sale. ILL bt sol, l on the first Tuesday in APRIL next, before the court house, in the city of Macon, be- tween the usual hours of sale. One round bale of cotton, to satisfy a fi fa from Craw/ord superior court, in favor of Kimberly and ... Chisholm, against John Potter—levied on as the pro- ten acre* more or less, one negro boy by the n& hACfV A f said f>.. •. t_ T I a I r _ !<r A 1. _ 1 1 ..I ¥ 1 _ ... Crawford Sheriff Sale. W ILL be sold on Utefirst Tuesday in APRIL next, before the court house door in the toicn of Knox ville, Crawford county, bitwun the usual hours of sale, the Jr do do do do do do do do do Iodine, Acetic acid, Oxalic do Citric do Prussic do Tartaric do Ammonia. do (Aromspts) Antimenialis pulv Veratrinc, Strycluuue Emetine, Rlieuharbiitc, Croton Tigliuro, Srcalo cornutiun, Oil Sinnpine, Oil enntharidin. Pyroligneous Arid, Hydriotate Potassa, Peperine Oil black pepper, Irish moss. Musk. Chloride soda, Citrated kali, Chloride Lime, Medical mustard, in pots, Opium denurcotired, Cyanuret potassium, Comp. Tottic extract, Carrageen, (prepared) Spigelra comp extract, Blue moss, Preeip. ext. batk, Peruvian do Calisaya do Toxa ' do Red a do Chamomile flowers, Senna, Uva Ursi, Horchound, S age, African Cayenne, Bnyberryhark (pow’d) Blood root, do Colchicttui, do Goldenseal, Slippery Elm (pow’d) Quassia, Gentian (pow’d) Cort. Aurant (pow’d) Lobelia and seed, Hemlock. Skunk cabbage. Squills, Gamboge, Hops, Mczerinm, Alkanet root, Cortcassarilla, do sassafras, Ladies’ slipper, Golden thread, .Saffron, Cinnamon bark, Powdered ginger. y Root do Curcuma, Mustard seed, Mace, Cloves, Nutmegs, Caraway seed, Anise do Coriander do Arrow root. Aqua Fortis, Anodyne (Hoffman’s) Borax, Black lead, - Brimstone , w Blue stone, Juniper berries, Cubcb do Oxide bismuth, Bees wax, Burgundy pitch, Balsam copivi, do tolu, do Peru, Black drop, PATENT MEDICINES, Ac. 1.00s’ pills. Compt fl’d ex’t Pink Root, Opodeldoc, by G. W. Carpenter, Chapman's anti-dyspeptic Dolby’s carminative, Coloeymh, Court plaister, I’estoroil (fresh) Sweet oil do Charcoal, pulv. Corks velvet, Calomel, Antimony, Aloes. Rhcubarb, Jalap, Digitalis, Opium, Prepared Chalk. Acetate lead, do enpri, do Zinc, Arscniate potassa, Ether sulphuric, 'do nitric. Nitrate silver, do potass 1, Phosphate soda, do iron, Sulphate iron, do potassa, do soda, do magnesia,. Borate soda, Phosphorus, Manna flake, Ointment lit d. potassa, do Iodine, do Veratrine, do Itch, Oxide mercury, Extract Jalap,' do Butternut, llyosciuraus. Gentian, Belladonna, Taraxici, Rhubarb, Nux Vomica, Khatania, Cieuta, Glycyrrhiza, Gum Arabic, do Camphor, do Scannnouy, ' do Myrrh, do Asafmtida, do Guiac, Pearl Barley, Syringes, Honey, Otto rostfs. Magnesia, calc’d do carb. Isinglass, Quicksilver, Seidlitz powders, Soda do * Saratoga do Sponge. Tamarinds, Wafers, Sarsaparilla, Red precipitate, White do Black do Pcariasb, Annatta, Indigo, Spanish float, Logwood, Fustic, t Copperas, Spanish brown, Venetian red. Madder, Fig blue, Nutgalls, Alum, Cochineal, Spts Turpentine, Venice do Starch; Salt Tartar, Sal Ammoniac, Glue, Rosin, Jujube paste. perty of said Potter by J. L. Mustian former sheriff Ninety-nine acres of pine land, more or less, lot No. 28, on the Macon reserve, and improvements, whereon Job S. Cherry now lives, about 3 miles from Macon on the Columbus road—levied on as the pro perty of William Newsom, to satisfy one fi fa from Bibb Inferior court, iu favor of Sarah Abbott, vs said Newsom and Joseph Bennett—property pointed out i by C. B. Colo, plaintiff’s attorney. Part of lot No. 3, in square 40,"in the city of Macon, j whereon Mrs. Mary Colton now lives—levied on os the property ot Alexander Bryan, to satisfy one fi fa I from Bibh superior court, in favor of Robert Collins j against said Brvan—pointed ontbv plaintiff’s r.tl’y j W in. Ward’s interest in the race track, 3 miles from i Macon, near the Perry road—levied on as theprope*-* 1 of said Ward, to satisfy one fi fa from Bibh sir- rIor rntivi in ..P v. * . »_ m A _ • t 1«J 1 ■ 1 1 followin', property : One lot. No. 58, in the town of Knoxville, contain 1 ^ ten acres more or less, one negro boy by tne ns • Artliur. about eight years old, also John HajgjS Lj torest in the estate of Henry Hannon, «K'" ' f levied ot. as the property of John Hat> t *’,• ColumL f. fa issued out of the roperror^^ tllcsaid cou«tv in favor of Morgan *a 01Itby Luke Johnson. John Hannon—property p?jr in , er ^ t of Johu IloI . One stack of loddcr,njJ UM jj 11 g cotton—levied on as ‘ e ” r ac f” liotloman, to satisfy a fi fa issued ^.VTKAL HOTEL, .llacon, Georgia. r _d establishment is now under the control of nr the subscribers, who pledge themselves to ren der comfortable those who may call on them. PETER J. WILLIAMS, Feb 25 35 JOHN P. RAM Li. WASHINGTON WILL. TIIE Subscribers have taken that com modious and well known public house in the City of Macon,—the Washington Hall, lately occupied by Mr. M. D. Ilnson.— By the unremitting attention of both Of them, they flatter themselves that their House will ol>- tain for them a general patronage from the Public. the property of •5jt 0 iirt*oiFcrawlhrd©oui l ty'"lnfcivor 1 They ,iavo secured the valuable services of a Lady, °r»H" l 16 i 8, |Ervry vTjolm Holloman and* Janies Pot-' ) v b°* e reputation as a manager of a public house, .s of Richard » -* A inferior to plaintiff's att’y,” levy iumP^T -Mustian, former Sberitf. ' ' / . 2000 acres of pjr^und, more or less, and improve ments, whcfeoiiy r oIouinii Gioce now lives, one frac tion, No 1 in /sralaining ICO acres, more or less. also, fraction \A5ti containing 25 acres, more or less, also half ofVrt! No 137, containing 101 j acres, more or less __p}r levied on ns the property of said Groce, to saii.-fy vUndry fi fas from Bihb superior and inferior courts, iu favor of Sarah Denton mid others, property pointed out by C B Cole, plaintiff 's aTy. T nacres, more or less, on the road leading to Per ry, whereon Thoniss Blansett now lives—levied on as the property of said Biansct. to satisfy one fi fa 'rom l’.itdi superior court, in favor of Thomas Wood, vs Thomas Blanset. and Win Blanset.security on appeal. Two lots iu the city of Macon. Nos not known, op posite E Alexander’s work shop—levied on as the pro perty of Arichibald Darrab, to satisfy one fi fa from Bibli superiorconrt, in favor of Cooke A Cowles vs said Dnrrah—property pointed out by C. B. Cole, jilaintitf’satt’y. II. H. HOWARD, Sheriff. ... out by Elijah Hicks. <W*- ot of land in the first district of Crawford coun- ,\o 103. levied onnsthe property of Elijah Will- mis to satisfy a fi fa issued from the superior court of Morgan county in favor of Edward \\ iiliams. Prop erty pointed out bv Jas M Harris _ \YM. CAMPBELL, sheriff. Pike Sheriff' Sale no one in the State, Their tables will be furnished with the best the coun try affords, mid their bar with the choicest liquors. The Stables arc attended by careful and experienced Ostlers. MUSTIAN A MOTT. Fob 5 1835 36 ID* Having sold my interest in the Washington Hall ' “r : “-r-r- , to Messrs. Mustian & Mott, I earnestly solicit for them MJ» * court house tn Zebuloa, Pike county, : a continuance of the patronage which was extended JIM will be sold, on the first Tuesday tu AI lx It. next, t0 , n0j whilst proprietor of the establishment. ** Macon, feb 5 36 M.P.HUSON. (GLOBE - '!' AY E RN/ within the usual hours of sale, The west half of lot of I .mid No nineteen (J9,) in the third district of originally Monroe now Pike county to satisfy a mortgage Fi Fa issued from the superior court of Pike county in favor of Elsy Bautin vs Benjamin Bunftn. property pointed out in mortgage fi fa. jan 28 JOS. II. SHIVERS, sheriff. Buds Sheriff Sale. Clinton, Stones County, £3a. HE Subscribers (late proprietors of the Clinton Ifolcl,) tender our thanks to our friends and natrons for past encouragement, and T HE Subscribers have resumed the Brug Business, at their old stand, formerly El lis, Shotwell &, Co lately occupied by Mr Win G. Brown, opposite the Central Hotel, under die firm of H, J. SIIOTWELL, who intend keeping a very general assortment of Goods peculiar to tlieir line of business, together with a great variety of miscellaneous articles that maybe difficult to be found elsewhere. Their Stock is now very extensive, having received by late arrivals nearly all their Fall and winter supplies, a general enumera tion of which could not be given in ail advertisement, Some of the Articles received are, (Drugs & Medicines,) Rochelle Salts, Hellebore, Iceland Muss, Flos Ben- zoine, Juniper Berries, Lapis Calaminaris, Henry’s Magnesia, Madder. Mace, Cayenne Pepper, Black Pepper, Alspice. Hemlock Bark, Bayberry da. Poplar do, Cinnamon do, Golden Seal, Sumac, sem. Anisi, Aqua Antonia F F F, Sulph Quinine, Sago, Gnm Guiac, Indian Turnip, Skunk Cabbage, Hops, Pep permint I.ozutges. Oil Spruce, Acidulated Lepinti Drops, Coriander Seed, C. P. Castor Oil, Cort An* rant. Cherry tree Bark, White Vitriol, Muriatic Acid, Pink Root, Gum Myrrh, Seed Lac, Seneka oil, Lob elia, Lemon Balm, Sweet Balm, Ext Coiocynth, Pul. Gin Arabic. Ground Race Ginger, Balsam Fir, Pearl Barley; refined Borax, (bile Armenian, Cera Alba, LunarCaustic, Cloves, Prepared Chalk, Cubebs, C/a- jiella Alba, Rust of Irou, Sap. Carb. Soda. Castor, Citlumas Root, Cowhnge, Mazcrion, Sassafras, Bals TEjOUR months after date application will bp „ , ^ to the court of Ordinary of Bibli coumv c! ? dc to sell three fifths of Lot of Land No 16 in jCfc® trict originally Troup now Merriwether count. L-”?. 1 "?,* 0 tho “ r l»baus of William Paco, latcof’^ SEBOURN IIIXSON gMr county deceased. 24 jk OUU months attei date application willTifTir~r to the justices of the court of Cowcit made when sitt’ng for ordinary purposes (or leave n a ty the negroes belonging to the estate of James * U deceased, of said county, for the benefit of -i J V° n > tees. JESSE RHODES .A,/),,- ' DecS . SARAH CAR^y,^ OUR months afterdate applicaooiTwnfP'7— ^ to tlie honorable the inferior court of Pike c Ufle when sitting for Ordinary purposes, for lead* ,? 01 J i«. -r i n -a lor.,i.„ 4J. . *V« v c to tefl OUR months afterdate, applicatioir^in^--r _ to the honorable Inferior Court of Talbot c ^ t>% where sitting for ordinal purposes, for leave* 1 ! 1 " sell the Land and Negroes belonging to the . Johu Riley, late, of Talbot county, deceased fn r C |i rf oenefit of the heirs and creditors of said dece’a r 1 Ue JOSEPH RILEV’. Adm'i, Dec. 26,1835.: dec 31 !2r£ ' IE the court house in I'atjcluriUc, Fayette y, on the first Tuesday in APRIL *1 ext. Bleaching Liquid, Mead’s Pills, Issue plaisters, Elixer life, Ginger beer powders, •Medicated Oil silk, Digestive Elixer, l’ile remedy. Chlorine tor th wash, Bav rum, Balsam honey. Cough Lozenges, Extract cofleo, Cullen's liquid magnesia, Potter’s eaihoiicun, Rowan's Tonic Mixture, Relfes Vegetable specific Oil Wormsecd. Ext Buchn, PiUs, Peters' do do Hunters' pills, Hoopers’* do Anderson’s do British oil, Bateman’s drops, Thompson's .ye water, Godfrey’s coroial, Salt* lemon, Worm tea, Effervescing magnesia, Botanical drops, Swaini’s Panacea, Inditin'* do E*s Iceland Moss, Couch Mixture, J’luia ext sarsaparilla, 8yr Liverwort. ■' '-omp sarsap. cubebs A .Ext. Bonesct,. copivi, Tonic Extract. PERFUMERY • -air Powder, Pearl do tnuge, do saish •Iilk of Roses, Oval Varnish Cold cream, Camel liair Cream Almonds. Badger’s hair Florida water, various sizes Granting Cologno do do do Flesh Lavender do do do Horse Roso do do do Hair Bears’ oil, Nail Ward's hair oil, Comb Marrow Pomatum, Tooth Orauge Flower Water, do Macassar oil, Cloth Bpirit of Rose, Scrubbiog Camphor soap, Shoe .Musk do Emollient do Windsor do do do Brown, Wash Bails, Curling fluid, Antique oil, Lip Solve, (Persian OttoShaviug do Rose,) Shaving oil, Tooth powder, (saperior) Powder Puffs and boxes, Erosive do Pre*:nn salts, Extract Bergamot, Smelling bottle*, do Rose, Tapers, do .Musk, Dutch cologne; • lloncy Water, Atkinson’s Depilatory. Shaving cokes, SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS, Ac. Amputating cases, Capping glasses, Trepanning instruments, do do with sir A It RUSHES, Arc. Almond paste. Ground paint brushes, do do do do do do ass'd do do do do do do silver wire do do do Patent feather Brooms, do do Dusters, do do Brushes, Fitch Tools, Counter Brushes, Hut do Crumb do Dissecting do pumps. Pocket esses, Gnm clastic catheters, Spring Lancets, Sifter do Evans T thumb do Seton Needles, Dentists’ cases, Spring lancet blades, Teeth keys, Tooth claws, do do (tnovecble but- Gum Lancets, Medical spoons, Scarificators, Scales anil Weights, Abscess Lancets, Teeth Files. Tourniquets, The subscribers iiuend keeping a full assortment of DRUGS, MEDICINES, PAINTS. OILS. SHOP FURNITURE, Arc. consisting of all articles in the lips nece* vary for the supply of Qhysicmns, Plantations or Families. They will be supplied with the best that can he selected out of the New-York and Philadelphia markets. Orders front Merchants and Physicians, “t prompt attention will reeeivt Jhn. 28 3! J. II. A W. 3. ELLIS 'Houston Sheriff Sate. O N thefirst Tuesday in APRIL next, uill Lc sold Jicfore the court house door, in the town of Perry, Houston county, between the lawful hours of sale. One lot of blacksmiths’ tools, viz. one anvil, one sledge hammer, one hand hammer, four pair of tongs, one vice, one pair of bellows, and one screw plate—^le vied on to satisfy a fi fa issued out of the Superior court of Houston county, in favor of James A Everett vs William E. Tiller, principal,'and Robert Hodge, sc- curity. The east half of lot No. 47, in the J2rii district of Houston county—levied on by virtue of a fi fa issued from the superior court of Houston county, in favor of Amos Brown vs Philip B. Corsty. Lot No. 167,14th district Houston county—levied on by virtue of a fi fa issued from Wilkinson superior court, in favor of Joel Rushing, indorsci, vs William Russell, property pointed out by A. A. Morgan. Lot, No. 1'7,’in the 9th district, Houston county- levied on by virtue ot sundry fi fas issued from the. in ferior court of 1-inolu county, in favor of Peter 1-aioar and Stephen Stovall, vs Allen P. Rice Sr Co. property pointed out by Peter Lunar. The east half of lot No. 80, in the fifth district of Houston rotintv—to satisfy a fi fa issued from the jus tices’court of Houston county, in favor of Benjamin Bowers vs William Griffin, levied on and returned to me by a constable. GEORGE M. DUNCAN, March ] Dep. Sheriff. Also, will be soil as abort, One negro girl, named Martha, about six years old —levied 011 os the property of Solomon Simpson, to satisfy two fi fas from the superior court of Iloxiston county, one in favor of It L Duncan, the other infa- vorof Donald McClain vs caid Simpson—properly pointed ont by the defendant. The interest of James Washington, in one half a- ere lot in the town of Perry, known as Jas Washing ton's saddlery ware house, and now in the occupancy of said Washington—levied on to sati-fy a fi fa from Houston superior court, in favor of James E Duncan vs said Washington—properly pointed out by plaintiff march2 JOHN C. MOUNTER, Sheriff Fayette .Sheriff Sale B efore county, will be sold, within the lawful hours of sale. One bay Horse, 6 years old—as the property of John Jl. Blackstone, to satisfy a fi fa in favor «>f Janies Neal vs Wm Newton, Jeptlia Robertson and John B. Black- stone, issued from Fayette inferior eourt. March 1 36 ANDREW McBRIDF.. Sheriffs Campbell Sheriff' Sale. N the first Ttwsduy in A PRIL next will be sold be- fare the court house door in Campbcllton, Campbell county, within the usual hours of sale, the following pro perly, to wit: Lot of Land, No. 311, in the 18th district, 2d section, formerly Cherokee but now Campbell county, to sat isfy a fi ft issued from a.justices’ court of Richmond coitnty, in favor of John Milner vs Join Wilcox, levied on as the property of the said Wilcox by 51. Howe), constable, and returned to roe. Lot of Land, No. 675, in the 18th district of the 2 section of originally Cherokee now Campbell county to satisfy one fi fit issued from a justice* court of las- per county, in favor of Levi Thomason vs Joseph Wil der—levied on as the property of said Wilder, by M Howell, constable, and returned to me. Lot of Land. No 8, in the 2d district formerly Car- roll but now Campbell county, to satisfy a fi fa issued from a justices’ court of Campbell county, in favor of A. Spencer vs Gilbert Melnish and Isaac Burson—pro pel tv pointed out by plaintiffin execution, levy made and returned to me by Isaac Burson. constable. Feb 15 36 D. D. SMITH, sheriff. Carroll Sheriff* Sale. ILL be sold at Carrollton, Carroll county, on the first Tuesday in APRIL next, within the law ful hours of sale, One lot of Land, No. J26, in the 11th district of Car- roll county—levied on as the property of Nicholas Childers, to satisfy a fi fa from Bibb sujierior court, in favor of Tnotnas Napier, projierty pointed out by R. M. White- One negro man, by the name bf Buck—levied on as the property of Samuel Bums, to satisfy a mortgage fi fa from Carroll Inferior Court, iz favor of Jesse If Chambers, property pointed out by said mortgage. One lot of Land, No. 207, iuthc 2d district of Car- roll county—levied on as the property of Benjamin Chapman, to satisfy a fi fa from Bibb superior court, in favor of David Hyatt. One sorrel mare, saddle, bridle and saddle-bags, one sow and four pigs, three barrows, six shoals, three fea ther beds and furniture, two bedsteads, one chest, one oven and lid one frying pan. four cows and yearlings, one pair of fire-dogs—levied 011 us the property of NeiU Stone, to satisfy a fi fa from Carroll superior court in favor of Christopher Bowen, property pointed out by Jonathan Sanders, Fraction, No. 214, in the 4tli districtof Cnrroll coun ty—levied on ns the property of Frances J). Bowen, to satisfy a fi fa from Carroll Inferior court, in favor tif Parker, „. of Monroe coitnty when surveyed, no-.v Butts; and situated in the business part of the town, and the north half of said lot,- to satisfy a fi fa from « Jus- t|l0 Court-House. ticeV court of said county, m favor of Jctenual. MM j, f Dg , casC( , t)lU st am! for several ycaw, stable. JAMES W. WATKINS, sh'ff. j chasing the property, we consider ourselves per- Jan. 9*2. 31 i maiienlly located, and shall continue to improve —firiiry Tax Hol/ectar’g Sale. i <>ur accomodations as tho comfort of customers B E Ft IRi. the Court house in the town of McDonough ! shall require. Henry county, will be sold, an the first Tuesday in \ Our House is now open for the reception of APRIL next, between the lawful hours of sale, the follow- j Travellers or Boarders. Wo shall at all times ing Lots of Land, or so much thereof as trill satisfy the j endeavor to keep such a House, ns will ensure >r— nets «- ? public putroiinge; and we hope to nftbrd such nc- Tax for the year 183-1, and costs, riz Forty acres, No 918,3d dist 1st sec Cherokee, f.iv- en in by William T Crews, tax 46$ cents, and cost. 202£ acres, No 37, 7th dist Henry, lying on Walnut creek, the property of Robert N. Fleming, tax 38^ c. One Lot iu the "town of McDonough, the properly of Wiitficld Huff, tax 43$ c. 40 acres, No 782 J6th dist 2d sec Cherokee, as the property of James Alien, tax 25$ celits. 160 acres, No 190 9th dist 4th sec Cherokee, as the property of Richard Knight, tax 35$ c. 202$ "acres, No 110 3d dist Henry,as the propetty of James G Perryman, tax 7-!$ c. 40 acres, No 12912th dist 1 it sec Cherokee, on Nim ble Twig creek, os the propertv of John H Skinner, tax 42$ c. 41) acres, No 272 12tli dist 1st sec Cherokee, as the propertv of Thomas H Yarborough, tax 24$ c. 160 acres, No 112 9th dist 2d sec Cherokee, as the property of John C Henderson, tax 47$ c. HiO acres, No 197 12th dist 3d see Cherokee, as the pr<-jHTty of Barnabas Godwin, tax 18$ c. returned by -•Visa Bevea* as agent. cominodatious as will prove satisfactory to those who call ou us. The usual great promises of good TABLES, BARS. &c. wc think unnecessary to particular ize.—Good Lots and other conveniences for Dro vers, readily furnished. WOOD & WEEKES. January 20, 1834 19 tf 3&S1&WA£.~ ~ I NOU K mouths after date; applicatroiTiviii ,,.77—1- to the honorable the Inferior Court ufn county, when sitting for ordinary purpose--, for * iK ° der to sell all the real estate, anil il.e negro’,-* n r j ? r " Akin, sen late of said county, decease,! r„J. a’, ,°‘‘ n efit thedfheirs,--vc. JX(L'AKIN, inn > ■ ‘* Nov. 7,1835 29 WILLIAM AKIN. $ A< liu r,. F OUR Mouths after date, applicutioirwaTT made to the Court of Ordinary of Baldwin cm * tv for leave to sell part or the Negroes bclon-inT, Mary R Jordan* ft miuot. Jan .8. 1836 ffj R 10 Aleppo, Gold Thread. Ilyilriddete Potass, 51ustard . , '—’S.Cuitrdjt. Seed, Spts Nitre, Oil Wortnseed. Croton Oil, Olive jP ^ »r’ iIPc'no'' V ' U le toa* Oil, Bismuth, Oil silk, Sanfords Bark, Tamarinds, * f f„ Gum Copal, Svrup of Liverwort. Turkey Opium, "rt <« the Ca tharidcs, Flowers of Chamomile, Oil Pepper- J> ' SpxrrMa’ xr^irvS 1 dec 'd. mint, Bermuda Arrow Root, sugar Lead, Refined Li-J j nlll4 GREEN J.A.&S. S. VIRGIN Watch Makers Sf Jewellers, Would inform tlieir friends and the public, that they have remov ed their establishment to Cotton Avenue, to the store recently oc cupied by J H A WS Ellis,drug gists, where they will he happy to serve any who may favor them with a call. They . .. , have in addition to their former stock, just received 40 acres. No 037 2d dist 4th sec Cherokee, as the , f ronl jj cw York a large aud splendid assortment of SR?',-*? iwAv-..li 1,1,. i es. of the best qualify; gold, silver and steel guard lytfjihuT Gorham’ tax38$c ' 1 Chains, Seals and Keys, Ear Knobs and Drops, Breast ' 202$ acres, “ ’ * J: ‘ " ty of John * 40 acres, projMrty 0 ffn7/^Ffew*»g, tax6felc. -I from alloy ; silver Cups, butter Knives, Castors, sil- . acr, 7j> - 0 ^ l ls a ,r - 1 1 I ^ j ver plateil and brouzed Candlesticks, Trays and Sililf- II illutm Moor, tax 31 j c. *- • 202$ acres, No 206, 6th dist Ilenry, on Tusahawa- quorice, Ergot. Nux Vomica, Corrosive sublimate. . Aloes, Gum Arabic. Precipitate, spts Hartshorn, Carb . . .. — Potass, Alcohol, sarsaparilla, Epsom salts, Nitric Acid, ! the Interior Court of Bibli cotintv. u lien s ;. -Ether, Alspice, Pepper, Tartariscd Antimony, As- ,in ? for ordinary purposes, ior leave to s«il the real e. phultiim, Adhesive Plaster, Acetate of Potass. Ibki 'tMe holonging to Caroline Spruce, a minor am Copaiva, loftued Borax, snake Root, Cubebs, j Jan. 1 Q . 30 JAMES W. (i!,’( | \ r;,,„ r Rhubarb. Ipecac, setn Carni, Cream Tartar, Nut \ M A1M1; Aiomtis alter dau:, appi.i-.-.t,,... lvij - Galls, Isinglass, Magnesia. Mercurial Ointment, Blue ■ JT to the honorable the Interior Court of p L. Pill, sulphate Quinine, Conserve Roses, Black Drop, | county, when sitting lor ordinary purposes, for Jujube Paste, sal Ammoniac, Bay Rum, Oil Cnuia-! to sell all the Estate of John Johnson deceased. ° 111011, Acetate -Morphine, suljdido. Comp E.\t Bucha, WH-.LIS J. MILNER.) do of Liver Wort, Ext sarsaparilla, Ext Pink Itppt, Comp Ext Cubebs. Piperine, Iodine, Butler’s Mngne- sia. Kreosote, Assafa-tida, Nutmegs Tapioca, Manna, j '■7^ <11/R months after date, appIiSItroTiTrillTr; Oil Rosemary, Canadian Balsam, Ext Valerian, salt to the Court of Ordinary of Bil.b count F.LIAB W. WELL.' Zebnlon, Jan. 15,183» ters, as the property of John Freeman, tax 36$ c, 40 acres, 476, 3<1 dist 1st sec Cherokee, as the pro perty of Silas II Buekhunon. tax 25$ c. jail 28 HUGH LONGINO, T.c.n c. TVmni.l.be sold ou the 22d of MARCH next, at the f 7 late residence of Andrew McBride, of Ilenry county, deceased, All the Personal Property j- belonging to the estate of said deceased, except such as is disposed of in tho will, consisting of one Horse, one Gig and Harness, Cattle, lings, Corn and Fodder, Bacon, plantation t< ols, Household and Kitchen Fur niture, and various other articles too tedious to men tion. Terms made known on the day of sale. ROBERT DROWN. Feb 10 35 One of the Exirutors left in the will the otficerr of court. I-ot of l-ond, No. 202, in the 8th district of Carroll county—levied ou as the property of Thomos J. Rusk, to satisfy a fi fa from Habersham superior court in favor of the Central Bank of Georgia vs said Rusk and o- then. 20 Feb 36 JOHN DEAN, sheriff. Bttblic Sale of .leailem 1/ l.als. T. V8 7 li.L be sold, on the premises, between the usu- Tf al hours cf sale, oq thefirst Tuesday <11 April next, four lots, forming part of the present Academy square, in the city of Macon, belonging to Bilib coun ty Academy, and to be sold under outliority of the Le gislature, to defray the expenses incurred* in erecting the Academy edifice and the improvements about die same. Terms of sole, one half cash, the balance twelve months credit, tho purchaser to receive a deed on the full payment of the purchase money. These lots will contuin each half aii acre or more, and offer some ns eligible sites as can be found in the city. Charles j. McDonald,) AMBROSE BABFR, THOS, W. BAX! ER, > Trustees. 1-DWD. I). TRAC I NATHAN C. MUNItOE, ) ml 36 is A G REEABLE to an order of the court ofOrdinary of Crawiord county, will be sold'at Knoxville on Saturday t venty-sisth March next, and on Tues- d -v twenty-ninth, at the Franklin Factory, the perj- shablu property of Win J Wayntnan deceased, consi sting of Dry Goods, Crockery, Hardware, Tin ware. Cotton Bugs, Cotton, Cotton Yarns, Horse, Mule, Cow, Wagons, Cart, Household and Kitchen Furni ture, and other articles to numerous to mention—sale to continue from day to day, until all shall have been sold. Terms made known on the dav of sale. Jan. 9. 1636 29 ALEX. -VI. K. SWIFT Adtn’r. ers, Musical Boxes, Accordians, Flutes, Flageoletts Files. Drums, Ac. Swords, sword Canes, Knives and Pistols, uniong which is Itiiggles’ pocket Rifle, that will shoot fifty yards with jirecision; Gold Foil, Den tist Files, she’ll* silver, gilt and horn Combs, Curd ca ses, Pocket Books and Purses, silver Snuff boxes, sil ver Toys, silver Thimbles, Scissors, coral, gilt aud glass Beads, steel Pens, and a variety of other articles usually kept in their line. N. B. VVc have the best of materials for repairing Watches of all kinds. S. S. V’s practical knowledge of the business induces him to think that lie can, and will give satisfaction to all who may entrust their work iu his hands. Spoons Ac- engraved- I )ct-1 a taN THE first Tuesday lu April next, will be sold Vis within the legal hours of sale before the Court House door of Thomaston Upson county, agreeable to an order of the court of Ordinary of Crawford coun ty, 11 Negro womau belouging to the Estate of Wm. J*. WaVnniati deceased. Terms cash, Jan. 9, 1836 29 ALEX. M. K .SWIFT Adm’r. O N the first Tuesday in April next, agreeable to an order ol' the Inferior Court of Morgan coun ty when sitting for oidinnry purjioscs, will be sold iu the town of Forsyth Monroe county, the Negroes bc- ner’s trade for a number of years, a woman/ Jl ar . v n * bout 30 years old and a gi»! Muriali, 13 yjififcv .old— sold for the ••cuefit of the heirs and ciediux& of/aid de ceased; terms made known on the day the Jan 16 30 ADM INIST^igftfttS. The first Tuesday the interest interest of J m.. Jl — in the 28th district of originally lie, now Marion county. Sold by order of the Court of Ordinary of Butts'Coitnty. for the benefit of the minor and the distributees of said deceased. Dec. 7, 1635. CHARLES BAILEY, Adm’r of John M. D Taylor, dec’d, and Guardian for Noah VV. Taylor. 24 WATCHES, Jewelrti, Silver Ware A* Taney GO OSS. (A l the lowest prices.) - C. G. St. JOHN \TC|I Maker A Jeweler Cotton Avenue op posite Washington Hall, Respectfully in forms his friends and the public, that lie has taken the store formerly occupied by the Iinwkinsviile Bank where he is now opening a new and splendid assort ment ofWATCHES & JEWELRYof tho bestqnal- ity and latest fashions selected with great taste and judgement expressly for thigmarket, among his assort ment may he found Gold pocket Chronometers splen did Gold Duplex, Patent Lever's and Rubv Cylinder Watches with Extra Jewels ami iiidenenciitseconds of the most approved makers and rated to suit the clim ate and a general assortment of Ladies A Gentlemens Gold and Silver Patent Levers I-epine and jdain Watches. Fine Gold Chains, Seals, Keys. Ear rings Breast Pin-' and Finger rings. Gold and silver ever pointed pencils, Gold and silver spectacles, silver spoon*, pen and pocket knives dirks, canes, pistols, Ac. Ac. Together with a great variety of other arti cles kept in hisliue N. B. He lias selected tiro best of materials for re pairing wa'ches arid will give satisfaction to those who may favor him with their custom. A share ofpublic patronage is rcspectfullv solicited. Oct 27 18 C HRISTOPHER B. STRONG. SAMUEL T BAILEY, A CREED T. STRONG, under the firm of Strong. Bailey A Strong, will practice law in the Superior Courts of Talbrt, Stewart- Randolph Sumter, Lee. and Marion, counties of tho Chuttahoo- cliic Dist. The junior, A one of the senior members of said fmn.will attend those courts regularly, and S'rong A Bailcy will attend the courts of the Flint aud Wilkinson, Twiggs, Pulaski, Fayctt, A D.eKalb aa heretofore. Business confided tn their management will receive tlieir united attention and vigilance whether it be for collection or litigation ./ Bochcl Boot: Found, UtaETWEEN Columbus and Montgomery, Ala. . C® which the owner can have by describing and applvingattlie Stage office at Macon. Ga. Dec. 23 ' IVAVID B. BUTLER ESQ. is my profession^ Lk agent at all times whenl am absent from Macon. Mr. Bntier will be found at the M. A. F. Ins. Bank, opril l-Iy-ll EDW. D. TRACY. V - ■ WTNDER an order of the luferior Conrtof Monroe (J county, sitting for ordinary purpose*, will be sold on the first Tuesday in MAY next, before the court house at Forsyth, in said cunntr, Lot of JLantl,' No- lit, in die I3th District, of Monroe comity, it being the re al estate belonging to the orphans of Alexander Leg- gett, deceased ANDERSON BALDWIN, Feb 5 34 Guard. A GREEABLE loan order of the Inferior Court of Butts county, when sitting lor ordinary pur poses, will be sold on the first Tuesday iu 51A Y next, lelore the court house door in Talbotton, Talbot conn ty, one fifth part of Uotof* Land, No. 47, in the24thdistrict of originally Muscogee now Tal bot county, for the benefit of I.ivena Thompson, mi nor of He'ury Thompson, deceased. Terms cash, this 17tli February, 1836. JOHN K. JONES, 35 * Guardian. 'IVll.L be sold at the court Ii jiho door in Chiuou, V » Jones couuty, on Tuesday, the 19tli day of April next, one wagon, a lot of Dry Goods and Groce ries, and of household and kitchen Furniture, belong ing to the estate of Ebenezer Ormsby. deceased, sold for the benefit of the creditors of said estate. Terms made kuovvn on the day of sale. March 1,1836. 36 Ct CLARISSA T. ORMSBY. Adm’rx. O N thefirst Tuesday in April next, will be sold within tlio legal hours of sale, in the town of Talbotton, thirty-three acres of I .and, Uot No. 210, in the IGth district, as the real u.tate of Benjamin Rcy- 1)001, under order of the Inferior Court of Talbot coun ty, when sitting for ordinarv purposes. Jan 7 30 GIDEON POWLEDGE, Adm’r. Sso BBU\lien. RUNAWAY.—About die 1st Nov., BILL F, a short thick set fellow, has a scar on the forehead and one 011 his great toe, and may hire himself out as a free man—is very artful, and may have a forged pass—lias many relations belonging to Doct. Payne, of31illedgeville.it is prob able ho may change his name. A reward of thirty dollars wilfbc paid for his delivery in any jail, so that the subscribergetshim. W. J. McINTOSIl. Darien, Dec.21,-1835. If taken in or about Macon, Mr. Chas. Campbell will take charge of him and pay the reward, dee 3! 27 Petre, Glaubers salts. Concentrated spts Ammonia. 1°dints. Bye Slttffs, Oils. 250 kegs White Lead in oil 25 do Venetian lied do 30 do Spanish Brown do 2000 ibs Soap Stone Paint do C kegs Yellow Ochre do 20 canisters Verdigris do 900 lbs Spanish Brown dry 200 lbs Venetian Red do 800 lbs Yellow Ochre do J500 lhs Spanish Whiting do Red Lead, Chrome Green,' Kings Yellow, Verdi gris, Prussian Blue, Stone Ochre, Rose Pink, Lith arge, Spanish Pumice Stone, Unibar, Lamp Black, Ivorv do, Chinese Vermillion, Black Lead, Chalk, do Red. Carmine, Water Colors assd sizes boxes, Drop Lake, Spanish Float Indigo,Calc’d Plaster. Wa ter Liuic, Terra dc Sienna. Green Blue and Black Paint inixt, l’itie Brown & Green Smalts, Frostings, Blue White Brown and Purple. Gold Bronze, Carr mine Saucers, Pink do. Logwood in sticks, do ground and phopped, Fustic, Madder. Camwood, red San ders, Copperas, Brazilletto Wood, Amiatte. 300 gals Linseed Oil 400 Go Sperm Oil fall strained 350 do do do winter do 166 do Spirits Tnrpentiue 300 do Train Oil J bid Liver Oil, * do Neats Fppt 1 hbl Copal Varnish, Japan do Black do; Picture Varnish. Coach do. Patent and Compound .llcdicincs Swaitns Vermifuge, do Panacea, Thompson’s Eye Water, Green’s Tonic Mixture, Rowan’s Tonic Mix ture, -Morton’s cough syrup, Harhcm Oil, Gowland’s Lotion, Potter’s Cathoiicon, Barclay’s Comp. Sarsa- panilia and Cubebs, Da’by’s Carminative, British Oil, Opodeldoc. Judkin’s Ointment, Lee’s W. Bilious Pills, N. E. Turlington* Balsam, Bateman’s Drops Jesuits Drops, Cephalic Strati’, Aromatic do, \Vni di's Tincture or Cough Syrup, Carpenter’s Prepara tions, Henry’s Aromatic Vinegar. Wel.cli Mcdicaiti- eutuin.IIygoaii'Syrup, Mead’s Pills, Walker’s Drops, Morrison’s Pills, West's Pills, Rheumatic Medicine, Sphon’s Digestive Elixir, Little’s Lotion, Nipple Salve, Bleaching liquid, Ess Mustard, Citrate oCKnle Consumption Specific, Cerate of Copaiva, Cosmetic Cold Crcani, Hays Liniment. Chapman’s Mixture. Milliard’s Oil of Soap, Scotts Pills, Hamilton’s Worm Lozenges, Judkin’s Specific Otutmejit, Scotch Oint ment, Hoffman’s Anodrne. Surgical and .Tlcdical Instruments Pocket Instruments 111 Cases, Silver Spring l.nn- j leave to sell the Real Estate belonging to the orphans of Joseph Wood late pf said comm deceased * J in 14, 1636 29 REBECCA WOOD Guar I d*' 'UR months after date application will to the Inferior court of Stewart enmity ] when sitting for ordinary purposes, for leave to fe il ■ the land and Negroes belonging to the estate of Al exander Nelson. late of said conntv drrensed | 30 THOMAS S. CHAPPELL ) ., j _*!”• 16. WILLIAM NELSON. (Admr’s ’ >,J R months after d ite application wiiTbemaU* Jl. to the Inferior court of Twiggs conntv satin* for ordinary purposes for leave to sell a lot of land Carrol [county, drawn by the orphans of Robert Reyn olds laic of sold conntv. J--v 19 30 THOMAS S. CHAITI'.EL.Gust F OUR months after date application vill be Wade to the honorable tie Inferior court of Campbell county, when sitting as a court of ordinary, f;>r leaic to seif two-third* of 181 acres of lot No'. 9 J, in pw 7th district, originally Coweta now Campbell comm, for the benefit of the orphans of William Jones, Jam of said county,deceased. Jan 20,1836. JAMES McCRACKTV.Adtifr. 1 7101'R nmmhiTal'ter dale, application will he made to the Inferior court of Houston ccm.ty, for leave to sell the real estate of William S. Branson,kip of said comity, deceased. THOMAS rOLl.OC’JC, Fob 10 33 _ nrhn'r. I TiOtJK uroliths after date application will be made to the honorable the Interior court of Favette county, while sitting as *a court of ordinary, for leave to sell all tha real estate of Jesse D. McIntosh, late of said county, deceased, this 24lh February, 1630. »i D. B. HEAD, Adtn’r. MARGARET L McINTOSH,Adm’rr. GEORGIA : BCTTS County. * W HERREAS Riley Wise and Rosey Wise ap ply tu me for letters of administration on the Estate of Isaitdi Wise deceased: These arc therefore to cite aud admonish ell and singu lar the kindred and creditors if said dteictid, tale ami appear at mt/office tcithin the time prescribed by laic to give cause if tiny they haze, why said litters shed it ml be granted. Given under niv hand atcfiice. Feb. 10, 1836 34 JOHN McCOItn.r. c. o. GEORGIA : Houston County. W HEREAS William F. Taylor applies to me for letters of administration on the Estate of Damian Taylor late of f aid 1 on my deceased : These arc tlarifore to rite and admonish all andsirgt- cuts Evans Crown thninb Lancets, Obstetrical Instm- j bhn kindred and creditors o raid deceased to lie and ment*. Fox’s Spring Turnkeys, Teeth Forceps, f'tip- ! appear at my office within the time prescribed by htr.io ping glasses, Tweezers, Surgical Needles, Gum Elas- shew cause if any they hare, why said Idlers should unit We tire authorised to announce JAMES W. ARMSTRONG, as a candidate for Colo nel of Bibb county. The Election take* place on fi al 'KING my absence from Macon. John Baku j Saturday the 12th of March. March 3. 33 JLF will act as my Agent. F-F. LEWIS. i^^JOMIC Almamu-K-. and lit- is Almanacks for sale S TRAYED from the subscriber two bay horses. One of the above horses is a small bay. lie is a- bout 4 years old, has no particular marks, hut one, lie lias a small white spot in his forehead. The other is a common sized horse, he has a sore on his back and lias but one eye; % he has no other particulnr mark as I recollect. They will try Shoals; shall be liberally rewarded by sending them tome, or letting me know of them or any otkor information of them will be thankfully received. Macon, feb. 16. 34tf JAMES M. IIILL. tic Syringes, Metnlic do, Sietlieoscopes, Apothecaries Scales ami weights, Spatulas ass’d, Mctalic Stall's and Sounds, Hair Sieves, Medical Spoons. Brushes Ground Paint Brushes assorted sizes, Varnish do, Sash Tools do, Badger’s Hair Blenders Graining do, Camels Ilairdn, Fancy and plain Hair Brushes assor ted. Palters do do, Cloth do do, Hat Crumb Brushes. Hearth do, Dusting do, Counter do. Slum do, Hat ters’ Brushes, Tn' le do, Flesh do, Shaving do, Fur niture Brushes. Whisk Brooms, do Brushes. Glass Ware% Store Furniture. Window Glass Window Glass assorted sizes from 7 by 9 to 22 by 28 inches,' Coach Glass, do Picture Looking Glass Plates, Tincture Bottles from $ pint to 2 gallons, do Specie assorted sizes. Salt Mouth do, I to 8 oz Vials, Ground stopper* White and Green Vials assorted. Nursing. Bottles, Globe Bottles, Graduate' Measures, Glass Funnels, Retorts and Reservoirs, Proof Glasses Dram Vials, Otto of Rose Vials, Pungent* Tubes 01 Fillers, Glass Lamps, with shades, do without shades, Glass Candlesticks, Suspending Lumps, with shades, extra shades. Cologne., teafer Fancy articles, Soaps Double distilled Cologne Water in iuucy and plain Bottles. Florida Wa'er, Milk of Roses. Orange Flow er Water, Lavender, Harrogate salts. Pearl Powder, Pomatum. Macassar Oil, Rose water, Oil of Roses, Musk, Gcripau Cologne water, Ilouey water, Preston salts, Antique Oil, Transparent wafers, Pungent*, (cut glass,) Metulic shaving Boxes, Camels Hair Pen cils, Wash Balls, Otto of Rose Vials, Variegated snap, do Transparent for shaving, Rose soap, ^Ciuuaiiion do Ceylon, English Windsor, soda soap, court Plas ter, Teeth powder. .tlisccllan cores _ Kitchen’s Patent Cocoa, Lucifer Matches, Bar s.oap, Variegated do, Ttu penti ie, Emu and Coarse sponge, Cox’s Currying Knives, Clay Pipes, do Glazed, Lamp - Glasses, I .amp Wick, Bees Wax, Diamonds, French Chalk, Etnerv coarse and fine, Black sand, Pearlash. Castile soap. Scotch, Rappiennd Macs hoy snuff, sha ving Boxes, II..ney. Glue. Blacking, 1 .email syrup, Barbers shaving Cakes, Chloride Lime. Wafers, Ta pers sealing Wax, starch, sand Paper, Indelible Ink, Corks, Cork Wood, Violins, do strings, Bellows. Ma gic Matches, .Swifts. Bath* Brick, shellac. Garden Seeds, Herbs, Floiccr Seeds. Onion. Beet. Turnip, Carrot, Parsnip. .Cucumber, A, granted. Given iindcriuv hand at office this 13th Felimarv, 1836 34 ' CHARLES IF RICE, c. c. t Removal- P. WILLCOX has removed to the sierc lately occupied h- Win. 11. Eurdsall. ul.ere he has lot sale a general assortment ol’Sliijiir ;it;d Fancy Dry Goods. Hardware & Cut lery. Hats am) Caps, Boots and shoes, China timss mtil Crcrkcfv wnic Ac, «fc.c. fob. 3- 32 ~ Scuiovtil; WEE. H. AS icmoved his Store to the new Jlrtck fiuiM- iiigs, corner of.Mulberry tnid Second streets. Macon, nearly opposite his old stand ami in front of Cotton Arrnr.t. f-hV 4. 32 Bern oral. * E. B. ¥££» AS removed has Store to the New Brick Build ing*. comer of Mulberry and Second streets, 1 n.-d in front fir COTTON AVENUE, feb- 4 H lect. They left my stable on the 12th inst and 1 ' rn, l • ' “V’ 01 - Slumber, ry to get to Meriwether county near the Elat ” ater»iele , i, Muskmelon, (Intantiflil) squosh. Piiinp- ;* any person who mav take up tho said horses. /."V n tuCe ’ Baddisb, Cabbage, Brocoh, Ci uhflower, eliberally rewarded h’v sending them tome, or . . a C .’. * eppergras, (.ress, i 0111:1 to, Vegetu- Jjivery S table. TTOSEPI1 VVAINW RIGHT at Ins old Stand, on ttw fhe Court House square,stilTcarries on the ab ove business Horses kept by thirmontfi or day—apd Horses and Carriages to hire—on the.- m.qst lliiidcrate tejrnis. Jntt. 14 29 WILSON vorlJ. illiu-on JoeKy Club Bares ... f HI ME annual Races over the Central Course ,3L commence on M-unlaytlie 21st «f 31 arch nofi wiien the following purses will be run for, free f° r ny Horse, Mara or Gelding in the w First d.iy mile heats purse worth 2nd do 2 mile heats, purse worth 3d day 3 mile heats, purse do 4th do 4 do do purse worth 5lli day mile heats, best 3 in 5 purse worth $zC0 $3flt) £41*1 ffiOO SoCO DAyiU F for Colonel of Bibli Conntv. 32* .fOIFV I.. MUSTIAX. Scc’y^ LL who arc indebted to the estate ot Jones, latp of Campbell county, dccw**"> requested to come forward and make iiiiineiimte p-. uieiu, and those wholtavj! claims against saidc'-’ ’ are requested to render in their accounts ttcco.dwg law. Jan. 20 JAMES Mc.CRACKIN Adiuji, Notice. , , ■ ■UNAWAY from tlie possession ot the/ ■ SLa her living in Paulding county, eight mu es .. „ Mi Vegeta' hie Oyster, solid Celery, summer savory, Parsley, spinnge, Endive Mustard, Okra, Asparagus, 'Nastnr- tion Roqnet'e, Corn salad, Curled Chervil, English sorrel, Leek, saffron, sweet Alignouilie, Marjoram, Thime, Lavender, Basil. Lemon Balm, Early Corn, Early Peas, Pole Peas. Bunch Beans, Pole do, Lima A-c. several varieties .of ench, rlso an assortment of PLOW I’ll SEEDS, Herbs, and Grass seeds, all xtnre- hilly put np by tho Shakers and w arranted Fresh, ac- .' . j comjmniod bv a Treatise on Gardening, &c. is a candidate j Intending to be permanently engaged in this busin- —. fr-2 ! csy. the subscribers will use every exertion in their ' m this State, so that lean get him again .. power, to render it worthy the patronage of tlieir old JAMES B-.’■T *11.* iityus lit 1 slummy »n*in the Carroll gold mines, a dtirk complected “°Cj° named ROSS, about 36 years of age. “f. ; rv s ’ 0 f was purchased by William 'Clayton of Jehu * m ® Alabama; said iiegro has been in the habtt ° !j hired in Fayette and Pike counties, where lie -j acquainted, aiid it is nnderstpod he has a free P - a will probably attempt to pass for a free ne “ r0 ' s ‘ ome . shrewd gentlemanly fellow, he may impose ' • eB A Reward of TWENTY DOLLARS will l** j, u for his apprehension and confinement in an) 6 Jan 29 32 by J. H. & IV. S. ELLIS. and new customers. Orders by eiter 'will meet the same attenticii as if made in person. ' : HARVEY SIIOTWELL, . Jacob siiotwell. . Painting of every description carried on bv Macon Jan, 14. 29 H. & J. SHOT WELL. Feb 24 &h Aetntfor Wm^Chg^. A PAIR of first*rmLlifi!les. double g B^ arn *"s txk. Harness complete. Also, a North fu Horse, single Dray and harness. unnC-A^- FcbK 35 JAM^SC.