M A € O W GEORGIA T E L E G R A P 11 .
IttEJDZCIETES, & c.
.1 fresh supply Just
J.,11. dfc TV. S. ELLIS,
Masonic Hall, Colton Avenue.
Among which are the following
Sulphate Quinine (french) Caiitharides,
Crawford Sheriff Sale.
% LL be bold on thejirst Tuesday in APRIL next,
TV before thecourt house door in the to ten of Knox-
ril/e, Crntrford county, between the usual hours of sale, the
One lot. No.58, in the town of Knoxville, containing
ten acres more or less, one negro boy by tiie name of
Arthur about eight years old, also John Hannon's in-j
Oil black pepper,
Medical mustard, in
Comp. Tonic extract,
Spigeliu comp extract,
Precip. ext. bark,
Senna, _ y
Bnybeny bark (pow'd)
Blood root, 'do
Slippery Eim (pow’d)
'Curt. Aurant (pow’d)
lobelia and seed,
Borax, ^ ' .
do to lit,
PATENT MEDICINES, Ac.
Lees’ pills. Compt (I'd ex’t Pink Root,
Opodeldoc, by G. W, Carpenter,
Chapman’s anti-dyspeptic Dalby’s carminative.
Castor oil (fresh)
Sweet oil do
. Arseniato potassa,
Etlif-r sulphuric, ,-fif
Ointment hyd. potassa/
S r up.irilla,
Indigo, Spanish float,
Itlhb Sheriff Sale.
A^/ILL bt sold on tm first Tuesday in APRIL nett,
ft before the. court house, in the city of Macon, be
tween the usual hoars of sale, — j*
One round bale of. cotton, to satisfy a fi fa from
Crawford superior court, in favor of Kimberly und
Cbisholm, against John Potter—levied on as the pro
perty of said Potter by J. L. Mustian former sherin".
Ninety-nine acres of pine land, more or 1< s, lot s tere.-t iu the estate of Henry Hannon, deceased—all j
No. 28, on the Macon reserve, and improvements, ! levied on as the property of John Hannon, to satisfy a •
whereon Job S. Cherry now lives, about 3 miles from fi fn issued out of the superior court of Columbia j
Macon on the Columbus road—levied on as the pro- j county, in favor of Morgan & Bradford, vs the said [
forty of William Newsom, to satisfy one li fa (torn ; John Hannon—property pointed out by Luke Johnson.
Bibb Inferior court, iu favor of Sarah Abbott, vs said One stack of fodder, and the interest of John Ilol-
Newsotn and Joseph Bennett—property pointed out Ionian in ten acres of standing cotton—levied on as
by C. li. Cole, plaintiffs attorney. **■ *- “ r '“ l ~ IT ~" * * : ~ r " - " ‘*- -* J
Part of lot No. 3, in sqnare 40, in the city of Macon,
whereon Mrs. Maiy Cotton now lives—levied on as
the property ot Alexander Bryan, to satisfy one fi fa
from Bibb superior court, in favor of Robert Collins
T H IS establishment is now under tbe control ol
tlie-ubseribers, who jdi’ilgi 1 ihemsrk e- to fen
der comfortable those who may call on them.
PETER J. WILLIAMS,
Feb25 35 JOHN n. RAMEY-
against said Bryan—pointed out by plaintiff's att’y
Wm. Ward’s interest in the race track, 3 miles from
Macon, near the Perry road—levied on as iheproperty
of said Ward, to satisfy one fi fa from Bibb superior
court, in fuvor of Joseph Taylor vs said Ward—pro
perly pointed out by A P Powers, plaintiff’s att’y.
Lot No. 1, in square 38, in the city of Macon—levied
on as the property of Henry II. Cone, to satisfy- one fi
fa from Bibb inferior court, in favor of Thomas P Red
ding vs said Cone—pointed out by C J McDonald,
plaintiff’s att’y, levy made by J L Mustian, former
2000 acres of pine land, more or less, and improve
ments, whereon Solomon Groce now lives, one frac
tion, No 110, containing ICO acres, more or less, also,
fraction No I5C, containing 25 ceres, more or less, also
half of lot No 137, containing 101} acres, more or less
—all levied on ns the property of said Groce, to satisfy
sundry fi fas from Bibb superior and inferior courts, in
favor of Sarah Denton and others, property pointed
out by C B Cole, plaintiff’s a't’y.
T n acres, more or less, on the road leading to Per
ry, whereon Thomas Blansett now lives—levied on as
the property of said Bianset, to satisfy one fi fa *rom
Bibb superior court, in favor of Thomas Wood; vs
Thomas Bianset. and Wm Bianset .security on appeal.
Two lots in the city of Macon. Nos not known, op
posite E Alexander’s work shop—levied on as the nro-
perty of Arichibald Dnrrah, to satisfy- one fi fa from
Bibb superior court, in favor of Cooke A Cowles vs
said Darrah—property pointed out by C. B. Cole,
plaintiff’s att’y. Hi II. HOWARD, Sheriff.
Houston sheriff Sale.
the property <
of the pii[
of Richard Harvey vs 1
T HE Subscribers have resumeo the Strut;
IlusiilCSS, at their old stand, formerly Ll-
_ __ lis, Shotwell & Co lately occupied by Mr W in G.
THE Subscribers have taken that com- j Brown, opposite the Central Iloteh under the firm of
modiotis and well known public house in i II. ifc «I. SIIO I J-LL,
the City of Macon,—the Washington Halt, ’ who intend keeping a very general assortment of
lately occupied by Mr. M. D. Huson.— Goods peculiar to their line of business, together with
By the unremitting attention of both of j a great variety- of misccllaneous^artides that maybe
them, tlioy flatter themselves that their House will ob-1 difficult to be found elsewhere. Their Stock is now
jF*. OUR mouths after date ammo.,
to the court of Ordinary of^Bibb cn„ Wl11 ** — *
to sell three fifths of Lot of hand No lb in'l f ° r k«r«
met originally Troup now Merriw-ethe ^^^-
longing to the orphans of WilUam 1-Z i W *- be-
county deceased. dec 10 ***•«» «te of^
B SEBQURN Hjxsm,
r rlfltn - . - - 1
for them a general patronage from the Public.
• have secured the valuable services of a Lady,
out of tiie superior court of Crawford county, in favor I J'V —; — .... , -.
John Holloman and James Pot- j ?»*»« reputation as a manager of a public house, is
inferior to no one in the State.
- Their tables will be furnished with the best tbe coun
ter—property pointed out by Elijah Hicks.
One Lot of land inthe first district of Craw ford coun- ■, . , .... .... , -
No m, mgw *5*1
MUSTIAN & MOTT.
tains to satisfy-a fi fa issued from the -.-iperlor court of, _ ,
v- J . _ .... . i-Ij - I Ostlers.
Morgan county in favor of Edwaid Williams,
crtvpointed out by Jas M Harris
WM. CAMPBELL, sheriff.
Pike Sheriff Sale.
R fcEFORE the court house in Y.tbulon, Pike county,
JJ will be sold, on thejirst Tuesday in APRIL nett,
within the usual hours of sale.
The west half of lot of Laud No nineteen (19,) in the
third district of originally Monroe now Pikecounty to
satisfy a mortgage Fi Fa issued from the superior court
of Pike county in favor of Elsy Huntin vs Benjamin
Buntin, property pointed out iu mortgage ft fa.
jan 28 JOS. H. SHIVERS, sheriff.
O N theJirst Tuesday in APRIL next, will be sold
before the court musc 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 baud hammer, four pair of tongs,
one vice, one pair of bellows, and one screw plate—le
vied on to* satisfy a ft 'fa issued out of the Superior
court of Houston county, iu favor of James A Everett
vs William E. Tiller, principal, and Robert Hodge, se
Tiie east half of lot No. 47, in the 12th 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 IS. Corsey.
I-ot No. 167,14th district Houston county—levied
on by virtue of a fi fa issued from Wilkinson superior
court, in favor of Joel Rushing, indorser, vs II illiam
Russell, property pointed out by A. A, Morgan,
Lot, No. 1"7, in the 9th district, Houston county-—
levied on by virtue of sundry fi fas issued from tbe in
ferior court of Liuoln county, in favor of Peter Laraar
nml Stephen Stovall, vs Allen P. Rice If Co. property
pointed out by Peter Lnntar.
The cast half of lot No. 60, in the fifth district of
Houston county—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 I Dep. Sheriff.
Also, will be sold as above,
One negro girl, named Martha, about six years old
—levied on as the property of Solomon Simpson, to
satisfy two ft fas from the superior court of Houston
county, one in favor of U L Duucan, the other in fa
vor of Donald McClain vs caid Simpson—property-
pointed out by the defendant.*
. The interest of James Washington, in one halfa-
cre lot in the town of Perry.known as Jas Washing
ton’s saddlery ware house, and now in the occupancy
of said Washington—levied ou to satisfy a fi fa from
Houston superior court, in favor of James E Duncan
vs said Wasliington—property pointed out by plaintiff.
march-3 JOHN C. MOUNGER, Sheriff
Fayette Sheriff Sale. -
B EFORE the court house in Fayetteville, Fayette
county, on the first Tuesday in APRIL nett,
trill be sold, leithvi the lawful hours of sale,
One bay Horse, 6 years old—as the property of John
B. Blackstone, to satisfy a fi fn in favor of James Neal
vsWm Newton, Jeptha Robertson and John B. Black-
stone, issued from Favette inferior court.
March 1 36 ANDREW McBJIIDE, Sheriff.
Butts Sheriff Sale.
O N the Jirst Tuesday in A PR IL next, trill he sold
before the court house door in the town of Jackson,
Butts county, within the legal hours of sole,
50 acres ofland levied onus the property of Joseph
Parker, it being part of lot No. 22, in the 4th district
of Monroe county when surveyed, now Butts; and
tiie north half of said lot, to satisfy a fi fa fiom a Jus
tice’s court of said.county, in favor of Jeremiah AI’-
Clendon, vs said Joseph Parker. Property pointed
out by plaintiff. Levied and returned to me by a con
stable. JAMES W. WATKINS, Sh'ff.
Jnn. 22. 31
Henry 'Fax Collector''s Sale.
B EFORE the Court house in thetoun of McDonough
Henry county, wilt be sold, on the first Tuesday tn
APRIL next, between the lawful hours of sale, thefolhnc-
ing Lots of Land, or so much thereof as will satisfy the
Tax for the year 1834, and costs, riz:
Forty acres, No 918,3d dist 1st sec Cherokee, giv
en in by lilIlium T Creirs, tax 46} cents, and cost.
2024 acres, No 37, 7thdist Henry. lying on Walnut
creek, the property of Robert N. Fleming, tax 38} c.
One Lot in the tow n of McDonough, the property
of Whitfield Huff, tax 43} c.
40 acres, No 7S3 16th dist 2d sec Cherokee, as the
property of James Allen, tax 25} cents.
160 acres, No 1969th dist 4lh sec Cherokee, as the
property of Richard Knight, tax 35} c.
202} acres, No 110 3d dist Henry, as the property of
James G Perryman, tax 73} c.
'40 acres, No 18918th dist 1 it sec Cherokee, on Nim- j
bib Twig creek, as the property of John H Skinner, tax :
40 acres, No 272 12th dist 1st sec'Cherokee, as the
property of Thomas II Yarborough, tax 24} c.
ICO .acres, No 112 9tl» dist 2d sec Cherokee, us the
property of John C Henderson, tax 47} c.
ICO acres, No 197 12th dist 3d sec Cherokee, as the
property of Barnabas Godwin, tax 18} c. returned by
Alsa Beveas as agent.
40 acres, No 637 2d dist 4th sec Cherokee, as the
property of Presley G Dcecnport, tax 85} c.
40 acres. No 1121 2d dist 4th sec Cherokee, as the
Feb 5 1835 36
(LT Having sold my interest in the Washington Hall
to Messrs. Mustian & Mott, I earnestly solicit for them
a continuance of the patronage which was extended
to me, whilst proprietor of the establishment.
Macon, feb 5 36 M. D. HUSON.
Clinton, Jones County, Ga.
fT}llE Subscribers (late proprietors of the
JL Clinton Hotel,) render our thanks to our
friends and patrons for past encouragement, and
respectfully heg leave to auuounce to the public,
that we liavo removed to the commodious House
known as the
situated iu the busiiiess part of the town, and
fronting the Court-House.
Having leased this staud for several years,
with the intention ofrenewiug the lease or of pur
rhasing the property, we consider ourselves per
manently located, and shall continue to improve
our accomodations as tiie comfort of customers
Our House is now opeu for the reception of
Travellers or Hoarders. We shall at all times
endeavor to keep such a House, as will ensure
public patronage; and we hope to afford such ac
commodations as will prove satisfactory to those
who call 011 us.
The usual great promises of good TABLES,
BAllS, Sec. wc think unnecessary to particular
ize>.—Good Lots and other conveniences for Dro
vers, readily furnished
Jauunt-y 20, 1834
WOOD & WEEICES.
N thejirst Tuesday in APRIL next will be sold be-
the * ’ '
Thompson’s jye water,
Worm tea, <£££: •;
Ess Iceland Mom,
Fluid oxt sarsaparilla,
Ginger beer powders,
Medicated Oil silk,
Chlorine toclh wash,
Cullen’s liquid magnesia,
Rowan's Tonic Mixture,
Relfes Vegetable specific,
Comp MMp. cubcks & Ext. Bone.set,
Milk of Roses,
cV BRUSHES, Ac
Ground paint brashes,
do sash do
Oval Varnish do
O N the first Tut „
fore the court house door in Campbcllton, Campbell
county, within the usual hours of salt, the following pro•
perltf, to wit:
Lot of Land, No. 311, inthe 18th district, 2d section,
formerly Cherokee bnt now Campbell couuty. to sat
isfy a fi fa issued from a justices’ court of Richmond
county, iu favor of John Milner vs John Wilcox, levied
8n as the property <ff the said Wilcox by M. Howel,
constable, and returned to me.
Lot of Land, No. 675, in the 18th district of the 2d
section of originally Cherokee now Campbell county,
to satisfy one fi fa issued from a justices court of Jus-
per county, in favor of Levi Thomason vs Joseph Wil-
rfer—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, Jo satisfy a fi fa issued
from a justices’ court of Campbell county, in favor of
A. tfpencervs Gilbert .Vclnish and Isaac Burson—pro-
pcity pointed out by plaintiff iu execution, levy made
and returned to me by Isaac Burson, constable.
Feh 15 36 D. D. SMITH, sheriff.
property of Keaton Upchurch, tax 25} c.
160 acres. No 143 6th dist 1st sec Cherokee, as the
property of Moses T Caps, tax 35} c.
202} acres, No 64,17th dist DeKalb, as the proper
ly of John C Gorham, tax 38} c.
202} acres, No 49 1st dist Campbell, as the proper
ty of John C. Cannada, tax 1,03} c.
40 acres, No 666 19th dist 3d sec Cherokee, as the
property cf* William Fleming, tax Gc| c.
50 acres, No 22 3d dist Henry, as the property of
William Moor, tax 31} c.
202} acres, No 206, 6th dist Henry, on Tusaha wa
ters, as the property of John Freeman, tax 38| c.
40 acres, 478, 3d dist 1st sec Cherokee, as the pro
perty of Silas B Buckhanon. tax 35} c.
jan 28 HUGII LONGINO, t. c. n
W ILL be sold on the22d or MARCH next, at the
late residence of Andrew McBride, of Henry
AH tire Personal Property
belonging to the estate of said deceased, except such
as is disposed of inthe will, consisting of one Horse,
one Gig and Harness, Cattle. Hogs, Corn and Fodder,
Bacon, plantation t<-ols, Household and Kitchen Fur
niture, and various other articles too tedious to men-
tiou. Terms made known on the day of sale.
Feb 10 35 One of the Executors left tn the will
do silver wire,
Florida water, various sizes Granting
Cologne do do do Flesh
Lavender do do do llorso
Rose do do do Hair
Hears’ oil, Nail
Ward's hair oil, Comb
Marrow Pomatum, Tooth
Orange Flower Water, do
Macn mr oil, Cloth
Spirit of Rose, Scrubbing
Camphor soap, Shoo
do do Brown,
Curling fluid, . ,-g-,
Lip dalvc, (Persian Otto Shaving do
Rose,) Shaving oil.
Tooth powder, (superior) Powder Puffs and boxes,
Erasivc do Preston salts.
Extract Bergamot, Smelling bottles,
do Rose, Tapers,
do Musk, Dutch cologne,
Honey Water, Atkinson’s Depilatojy.
SURGICAL IXSTRUMEXTS, Ac.
Amputating cases. Cupping glasses,
Trepanning instruments, do do with ni
Patent feather Brooms,
do do Dusters,
do do Brushes,
l!mil elastic catheters,
Spring lancet blade*,
Evans’ thumb do
do do (moveable but- Gum Lancets,
j- tons, Medical spoons,
Scarificators, » Scales and Weights,
Abscess Lancet^ Teeth Files.
II li .MTU RE, Ac. consisting of all article
Carroll Sheriff Sale.
W ILL be sold at Carrollton, Carroll county, on the
Jirst Tuesday in APRIL next, within the law
ful hours of sale,
One lot of Land, No 126, inthe lJtli district ofCar-
roJl county—levied ou os the property of Nicholas
Childers, to satisfy a fi fa from Bibb superior court, in
favor of Thomas Napier, property pointed out by R.
One negro man, by the name of Buck—levied ouas
the property of Samuel Burns, to satisfy a mortgage fi
fa from Carroll Inferior Court, ir fuver of Jesse JL
Chambers, property pointed outbysaid mortgage.
One lot of Land, No. 207, inthe 2d district of Car-
roll county—levied on us the property of Benjamin
Chapman, to satisfy a ft ft from Bibb superior court, in
favor of David Hyatt.
One sorrel marc, saddle, bridle and saddle-bags, one
sow and four pigs, throe barrows, six shoats, 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 on as the property .of
Neill Stone, to satisfy a fi fa from Carrollaupertor court
in favor of Christopher Bowen, property pointed out
by Jniiaihau Sanders.
Fraction, No. 214, in tho 4th districtof Carroll coun
ty—levied 011 as tho property of Frauccs D. Bowen, to
satisfy a fi fa from Carroll Inferior court, in favor of
the officers of court.
Lot of Lond, No. 202, in the 8th district of Carroll
county—levied on as the properly of Thomas J. Rusk,
to satisfy a fi fa from Habersham superior court in favor
of the Ccutral Bank of Georgia vs said Rusk and o-
tliers. 20 Feb 36 JOHN I)PAN, Sheriff
l 9 ublie Seilc of .Icattcmy hots.
W ILL be sold, ou the premises, between thoaisu-
ol hours of sale, on the first Tuesday in April
next, four lots, forming part of the present Academy
square, in the city of Macon, belonging to Bibb comi
ty Academy, and to be sold under authority of the Ix»-
gislature, to defray the expenses incurred in erecting
j the Academy edifice and the improvements about the
I Terms of sale, one half cash, the balance twelvo
j months credit, the purchaser to receive a deed on the
j full payment of the purchase money.
Tncs slots will contain each half an acre or more, and
! offer MM as eligible sites as can be found in thecity.
uharles j. McDonald,!
TID H. W. B VXTKR, > Trustees.
EOiVD. ID TRACY, -
A G REEABLE to an order of the court ofOrdinary
of Crawford county, will be sold at Knoxville
ou Saturday t vonty-sixth .March next, and on Tues
day twenty-ninth, at the Franklin Factor)’) *6® peri
shable property of Wm J Waynmundeceased, consi
sting of Dry Goods, Crockery, Hardware, Tin ware,
Cotton Bags, Cotton, Cotton Yarns, Horse, Mule,
Cow, Wagons, Cart, Household anil Kitchen Furni
ture, and other articles to numerous Ur mention—stile
to continue from day to day, until all shall have been
sold. Terms made known on the day of sale.
Jnn. 9,1636 29 ALEX. M. K. SWIFT Adm’r. _
N THE first Tuesday in April next, will be sold
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
tv, a Negro woman belonging to the Estate of Win.
jf. Waynuinn deceased. Terms cash, Jan. 9, 1836
29 ALEX. M K. SWIFT Adm'r.
Watch Makers tt Jewellers,
Would inform their friends and
the public, that they have remov
ed their establishment to Cotton
Avenue, to the store recently oc
cupied by J II & W 8 Ellis,drug
gists, wiiere they will be happy to
serve any who may favor them with a call. They
have in addition to their former stock, just received,
from New York a large and splendid assortment of
Watches, Jewelry, 6lc.
of the latest fashions, wniclrthey will self-cheap for
cash—consisting of gold and silver levers, anchor es
capement, duplex, lepine, alarm and vertical Watch
es, of the best quality; gold, silver ami steel guard
Chains, Seals and Key9, Ear Knobs and Drops, Breast
Pins, Finger Rings, gold, silver and steel Spectacles,
gold and silver ever potnted Pencils, silver table, tea,
salt and mustard Spoons; Sugar Tongs, soup and
cream Ladles—ail of which will be warranted free
from aiiuy ; silver Cups, butter Knives. Castors, sil
ver plated and bronzed Candlesticks, Trays and Sniff
ers, Musical Poxes, Accordians, Flutes, Flageolet!*,
Fifes, Drums, &c. Swords, sword Canes, Knives and
Pistols, among which is Ruggles’ pocket Rifle, that
will shoot fifty yards with precision; Gold Foil, Den
tist Files, shell, silver, gilt and horn Combs, Card ca
ses, Pocket Books aud Purses, silver Snuff boxes, sil
ver Toys, silver Thimbles, Scjssors, coral, gift and
glass Beads, steel Pens, and a variety of other articles
usually kept in their line.
N. B- We have the best of materials for repairing
Watches of all kinds. 3. 3. V’s practical knowledge
of the business induces him to think that he can. and
will give satisfaction to all who may entrust their work
in his hands. Spoons &c- engraved- Oct-1
very extensive, having received by late arrivals nearly
all their Fall and winter supplies, a general enumera
tion of which could not bo given in an advertisement.
Some of the Articles received are,
(Drivers A Bletliciries,)
Rochelle Salts. Hellebore, Iceland Moss, Flos Bcn-
zoine, Juniper Berries, Lapis Culamiuaris, Henry’s
Magnesia, Madder. Mace, Cayenne Pepper, Black
Pepper, Alspice, Hemlock Bark, Bayberry do,-Poplar _
do, Cinnamon do, Golden Seal, Sumac, Sem. Anisi, J ty, where sitting for ordinal 1 ' purposes r a, '! 0,t «iti.
Aqua Amonia F F F, Sulph Quinine, Sago, Gum » e)l the Laud and Negroes belonging to iJ Cate '«
Guiac. Indian Turnip, skunk Cabbage, Hops, Pep- i John Riley, late of Talbot county, deceased ^f 51 *
peftnjnt Lozenges, Oil Spruce, Acidulated Lemon j oenefit of the heirs and creditors of said dee
Drops, Coriander Seed. C. P. Castor Oil, Cort An- JOSEPH RJLEY Tj ,
rant, Cherry tree Bark, White Vitrioj, 31 uriatic Acid, j Dec. 26, 1835. ,j ec / ™*Mr.
S?J ,J CK niomus alter dale iipplicatii.,, „.:,i
® to the justices of the court of C»'' ^ mad*
When sm-ng for ordinary purposes for l e «
the negroes belonging to tbe estate of J»Z.
deceased, of said county, fer the benefit „r l rso »,
tecs- JESSE .RHODES a; , cle S»-
_Dec5 SARAH LARSov j?(•
SS.OUR months afterdate applKMu^Tirr^L
* w the honorable the inferior court of pi bek!J le
when sitting for Ordinary purposes in, ? IKe ' 0u oiv
lot of land No 125in .he ’idc. Urielof 0 & to ^
roe now Pike county, it being the real A, - s, oo-
Crawley a minor. _ JAMES C1LUVLLV Jl0es
— 1 j_5.1T : H!L Holural Gtiari-
F OUR months alter date, appli C aSir~^~52l_
to the honorable Inferior Court of ‘BP*
Dec. 26, 1835,
^3 O U R months alter dale, appi]/^/—^
to the honorable the fnferior'co'ao
county, w hen sitting for ordinary puruow, 7 of
der to sell all the real estate, and the
Akin, sen late of said county, deceased f * ?'
" Iviv ■ . r “*W
Pink Root, Gum Myrrh, Seed Lac, Seneka oil, Lob
elia, Lemon Balm, Sweet Balm, Ext Colocynth, Pul.
Gm Arabic. Ground Race Ginger, Balsam Fir, Fenrl
Barley, refined Bora*, Bole Armenian, ' Cera AJba,
Lunar Caustic, Cloves, Prepared Chalk, Cubcbs, Ca-
nella Alba, Rust of Iron, Sup, Carb. Soda, Castor,
Calamus Root, Cowhage, Mazerion, Sassafras, Bals
am Honey, Cunffrey Root. Dragons Blood, Oil Lav
ender, Lemon, Bergamot. Ext Bark, do Liverwort,
Stricnine, Emetine, Digitalis, Elm Park, Flos of El
der, Ext Hyoscyamus, Flax seed, Fowlers Solution,
Henbane, Uva* Ursi, Camphor, Kino, Scamm'ony
Aleppo, Gold Thread, Hydriodate Potass, Mustard
Seed, Spts Nitre. Oil Worinseed, Croton Oil, Olive
Oil, Bismuth, Oil silk, Hanford a Bark, Tamarinds,
Gum Copal, Syrup of Liverwort, Turkey Opium,
Ca itharides, Flowers of Chamomile, Oi) Pepper
mint, Bermuda Arrow Root, sugar Lead, Refined Li
quorice, Ergot. Nux Vomica, Corrosive sublimate.
Aloes, Gum Arabic, Precipitate, spts Hartshorn, Carb
Potass, Alcohol, sarsaparilla, Epsom salts, Nitric Acid,
.Ether, Alspice, Pepper, Tartarised- Antimony, As- . . .. ,,
phaltum, Adhesive Pkster, Acetate of Potass, Ball- state belonging to Caroline Spruce, a minor
am Copaiva”, refined Borax, snake Root, Cubebs. ) . 1 ,yi JAMF-a W- UIUTV c.. r
Rhubarb, Ipecac, sem Carui. Cream Tartar, Nut j ‘HTlUfiJt Alonins nite,- ,, ^-
” | -T m the honorable the Inferior Conn #f
county, when sitting for ordinary purpose-- 1.
to sell all the Estate of John Johnson defeat k
WILLIS J. 3HL.V1RJ
ELIAB W. WELLS
- 15, 183* J
efil the ofheirs, .*c. JNO. AKIN mn
Nov. 7, 1835 29 > WILLIAM AKIN, Him\
M710UR Months after date, ah/KMir-—
I* made to the Court of Ordinary of IBidi *" ^
ty Cor leave to sell part of tho’ Negroes bei„ n l° C0Ul1 -
.Mary ft Jordau, a ruiuot. Jan 8 16’34> ycj m * **
WM. B. JORDAN, CW.
■gTI OUR months after date, apphcatiVuVlifi -~~'
£} to the Conn of Ordinary of BiK^
leave to sell the land and Negroes |, P !nr„;„ K t - v fcr
Estate of James McDonald, late of said Count, I? ^ le
JEMIMA MeDO.NA!l) ^ Wd -
jan 14 GREKV MrOOX/U.tJ
0,1 OUR months alter uuu;. m-puca,:,^ ,
JlL to the Inferior Court of Bibb county
ting for ordinary purposes, ior leay e to
Galls, Isinglass, Magnesia. Mercurial Ointment, Blue
Pill, sulphate Quinine, Conserve Roses, Black Drop,
Jujube Paste, sal Ammoniac, Bay Rum, Oil Cinua-
O N the first Tuesday iu April next, agreeable to
an order of the Inferior Court of Morgan coun
ty when sitting for otdinary purposes, will be sold in
the town of Forsyth Monroe county, the Negroes be
longing to the estate of Thomas Suinmcrliit latcofMor-
S au county deceased, consisting of one fellow Ryal,
5 or 26 years old, and has been working at the Tin
ner's trene for a number of yean, a woman, Mary a-
boiii 30 years old and a girl Mariah, 13 years old—
sold for the benefit of the heirs and creditors of said de
ceased; terms made known on the day .of sale by the
Jan 16 30 ADMINISTRATORS
O N The first Tuesday in May next, will be sold
at the Court House Door ill Marion county,
the interest of John 31 D Taylor, deceased, also the
interest of Noah W Taylor a’minor, in Lot No. 137
in die 28th district of originally Lee, now Marion
county. Sold by order of the Court of Ordinary of
Bntts County, for the bcuefit of tho minor and the
distributees of said deceased, Doc.7, ’835.
CHARLES BAILEY, Adm’r
of John 31. D Taylor, dec’d, and Guardian for Noah
W. Taylor. 24
Tin- subscribers intend keeping a full assortment of :
)RUG8, MEDICINES. I’U.VTS, OILS. .'IIOF
l KNII'URE, tVc. con-1 -sting of all nri-le in tin- gTIf,'
line lR-rcx ary for th--supply or,4lHUricmn», J’L tiou;. t* y
They will be supplied with the b
' an l.o selects 1 out of the New-Yor . .1 iMril.nl Iphia count
J. H A- \V. a, ELLIS
rystcions. extra good
r NDER an order of the Inferior Court of 3Ionroc
county, sitting for ordinary purposes, will be sold
on the first Tuesday in HAY next, before the court
house at Forsyth, in said county,
Lot of Land, i\o. 13,
in the I3th District, of Monroe couuty, it being the re
al estate belonging to the orphans of Alexander Leg
gett, deceased. ANDERSON BALDWIN,
Feb 5 34 Guard.
A GHEEAULE roan order of the Interior Court
JMl. of Butts county, when sitting for ordinary pur
poses, will be sold on the first Tuesday in 31 AY next,
before tbe court bouse door in Talbotton, Talbot coun
ty, one fifth part of
JLot of f a ml. No. 47,
in the 24th district of originally Uncone now Tal
bot couuty, for tbe benefit of Livena Thom peon, mi-
norof Henry Thompson, deceased. Terms cash, this
£7tb February, 1636. JOHN E. JONES,
»flmLL be soldat the courthouse door in t-'bmon,
TF Jones county, on Tuesday, the 19th day of
April next, one wagon, a lot of Dry Goods and Groce
ries, and of household and kitchen Furniture, belong
ing to tiie estate of Ebeuezer Ormshy, deceased, -sold
for the benefit of* the creditors of .-aid estate. Terms
hiade known 011 the day of sale. 31arrh 1,1636.
36 6t CLARISSA T. Olt.M.-HY, Adrn’rx.
0~]fc N thefirst Tuesday iu April next, will be -old
" * within the I. :\1 hours of in the town of
Talbotton, thirty-three actes of Land,
Lot No. 240,
in the 16th district, as the real estate of Benjamin Rey-
notir, under ordernf the Inferior Court ofTalbotcouii-
ty, when sitting forortfinarr purposes. Jan 7 30
GIDEON POWLF.DOr., Adm'r.
U| 0 • RING my ale-crice 1'rora Macon,Jon. Barr
jLF will act as my Agent. F. F. LEWIS.
Jan 29 32
Jeicclru, Silver Ware Fancy
(At the lowest prices.J
C. G. St. JOHN
7ATCH Maker & Jeweler Cotton Avenue op
posite Washington Hall, Respectfully in
form* hi* frieuds and the public, that he lias taken the
store formerly occupied by the Hnwkinsvjlle Bank
where he is now opening a new aud splendid assort
ment of WATCHES & JEWELRY of tiie best qual
ity and latest fashions 'selected with great taste and
judgement expressly for this market, among his assort
ment may be found Goid pocket Chronometers splen
did Gold Duplex, Patent Lever’s and Ruby Cylinder
Watches with Extra Jewels and indepeucntscconds of
the most approved makers and rated to suit the clim
ate and a general assortment of Ladies & Gentlemens
Gold aud Silver Patent Levers I.epine and plain
Watches, Fiuc Gold Chains, Seals, Keys, I'.ar rings
Breast Pine and Finger rings. Gold and silver ever
pointed pencils, Gold and silver spectacles, silver
spoons, pen aud pocket knives dirks, canes, pistols,
&c. die. Together with a great variety of other arti
N- B. He has selected the best of materials for re
pairing watches and will give satisfaction to those who
may favor him with their custom.
A share of public patronage is respectfully solicited.
Oct 27 18
moil, Acetate Morphine, sulph do. Compi’.Vt Bucha,
do of Liver Wort, Ext sarsaparilla, Ext Pitik Root,
Comp Ext Cubebs. Piperine, Iodine, Butler’s 3Iagne-
sia. Kreosote, Assafa-tiaa, Nutmegs, Tapioca, Manna,
Oil Rosemary, Canadian Balsam, Ext Valerian, salt
Petre, Glaubers salts. Concentrated spts Ammonia.
JPaints, JBye Slttffs, Oifs.
250 kegs White Lead in ojl
25 do Venetian Red do
30 do Spanish Brow n do
| 2000 lbs Soap Stone Paint do
6 kegs Yellow Ochre do
20 canisters Vcrdigri* do
900 lbs Spanish Brown dry
200 lbs Venetian Red do
800 lbs Yellow Ochre do
1500 lhs Spanish Whiting do
Red Lead, Chrome Green, -Kings Yellow, Verdi
gris, Prussian Blue, Stone Ochre, Rose Pink, Lith
arge, Spanish Pumice Stone, Umbar, Lamp Black,
Ivory do, Chinese Vermillion, Black Lead, Chalk,
’do Red, Carmine, Water Colors assd sizes box.'*.
Drop Lake, Spanish Float Indigo,Cnlc’d Plaster, Wa
ter Lime, Terra de Sienna, Green Blue and Black
Paint mixt, Blue Brown & Green Smalts, Frosting*,
Blue White Brown and Purple. Gold Bronze,. Car
mine Saucers, Pjnk do. Logwood in sticks, do ground
and chopped, Fustic, Madder. Camwood, red Sau-
ders, Copperaj, Brazilletto Wood, Atmatto.
-300 gals Linseed Oil
400 do Sperm Oil fall strained
350 do do do winter do
160 do Spirits Turpentine
300 do Train Oil
1 bbl Liver Oil, I do Neats Foot
1 bbl Copal Varnish, Japan do
BJackdo, Picture Varnish, Coach do.
Patent etnel Conwomid Jtteeiicincs
Swaints Vermifuge, do Panacea, Thompson’s Eyo
Water, Green’s Touie Mixture, Rowan’s Tonic 31ix-
ture, Morton’s cough syrup, Harlaun Oil, Gowland’s
. - - — mu--- - & - - - - - ^ ~
F OUR months afterdate, application n^b/jS*.
to tbe Court of Ordinary of Bibb Wj
leave to sell the Ileal Estate belonging to the on,to
of Joseph VV ood late of said county deceased 1
Jan 14, 1836 29 REBECCA WOOD Cm.
1 ^1 OUR months after dateapplicatmfjriini*^
to uie Inferior court of Stewart emu
when sitting for ordinary purposes, for ienveto -i
the land and Negroes belonging to the estate o Al
exander Nelson, late of said county dtreas -J
30 THOMAS S. CHAPPELL, L
Jan. 16. WILLIAM NELSON, (•'*»*
f NO.UK months after date application wil, be a,J e
to the Inferior court of Twiggs county tiri»
for ordinary purposes for leave to sell a lot of land a
.Carrol lconnly, draw n.by the orphaiisofRobertitoa.
olds late of said county.
Jan. 19 30 THOMAS S CIIAPPFLLGrsr
0AOUit monfils after date application vnli be ««ae
Jf to the honorable the Inferior court of C'antj-LeU
county, when sitting as a court of ordinary, for leste
to sell nvo-thirds of 181 acres of let Nn. L*4, in the
7th district, originally Coweta new Campbell coumr,
for the benefit of tjie’orphans of William June?, ia'te
of said county, deceased.
Jan 20,1636. JAMES McCRACKIN. Arfm
A OUlt months alter date, application wil) to mad*
to the Inferior court of Houston cruwv, fet
leava to sell the real estate of William S. Enm-'Cii.iate
of said comity, deceased. THGSIAS POLIX-CK,
Fob 10 33 tuim'r.
rtOU It months after date :ip pit ration will be au3r
Lotion, Potter's Catholicou, Barclay’s Comp. Sarsa-
Jcsuits Drops, Cephalic Snuff’, Aromatic do, Wal-
di’s Tincture or Cough Syrup, Carpenter’s Prepara
tions, Henry’s Aromatic Vinegar, Welch Medicam-
entum,IJygean Syrup, 'lead’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 Nlustard, Citrate ofKale
Consumption Specific, Cerate of Copaiva, Cosmetic
Cold Cream, Hays Liniment, Chapman’s Mixture,
Bullard’s Oil of Soap, Scotts Pills, Hamilton’s Worm
LozengesT Jndkin’s Specific Ointment, Scotch Oint
ment, Hoffman’s Anodyne.
Surgical and Jhctlical Instruments
Pocket Instruments tn Cases, Silver Spring Lan
cets: Evans Crown thumb Lancets, Obstetrical Instru
ments, Fox’s Spring Turnkeys, Teeth Forceps, Cup
ping glasses, Tweezers, Surgical Needles, Gum Elas
tic Syringes, 3Ietalic do, Stetheoscopcs, Apothecaries
Scales and weights, Spatulas ass’d, Metalic Staffs and
Sounds, Hair Sieves. Medical Spoons.
Ground Paint Brushes assorted sizes, Varnish do,.
Sash Toolsdo, Badger’s Hair Blenders Graining do,
Camels Hairdo, Fancy and plain Hair Brushes assor
ted. Palters do do, Cloth do do, Hat Crumb Brushes.
Hearth <Jo, Dusting do, Counter do. Shoe do. Hat
ters’ Brushes, Ta’ 'e do, Flesh do, Shaving do, Fur
niture Brushes, IV bisk Brooms, do Brushes,
Glass J fare, Store Furniture,
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, 1 to 8 oz Vials,
Ground stoppers White and. Green Vials assorted,
Nursing Bottles, Globe Bottles. Graduate Measures,
. _ _ Glass Funnels, Retorts and Reservoirs, Proof Glasses
sail! mure has on her back a white spot made by the Dram Vials, Otto of Rose Vials, Pungent* Tubes oi
to the honorable the Interior court of Earat
county, wliiie sitting as a court of ordinary, fur km
to sell all the real estate of Jesse D. Mclutush, la;e cf
said county, deceased, this 24th February, 1836. aj
*1). B. HEAD, Adm’r.
MARGARET h MtlNTOSIf,Admix.
GEORGIA : BUTTS /Aunty.
W r HERREAS Riley Wise and Rosey Wise cp-
ply to me for letters of administration on it
Estate of Isaiah Wise deceased:
These arc thcrefort to cite and admonish all and rim-
lar the kindred and creditors of said ikccesrd, Itk td
appear at my office within the time prrscrikd ty Ice ti
give cause if any they have, why said letters siiccld til
Given under mv hand at office, Feb. 10, lea!
34 * JOHN McCORD, c.c.«.
S TOLEN from the subscriber on Sunday night, the
fithinst. a Sorrel filly four years old this Spring;
GE OR GIA : Houston County.
W HEREAS William F. Taylor applies tor-
tor letters of administration on the 1 state ct
Hannan Taylor lute of said county deceased:
These are therefore to cite, and pdmonish r.ll ceil site-
far the kindred and creditors o said deceased to km
appear at my office within the time prescribed ly IwM
shew cause if any they hate, why said letters shnlluPI
Given undermy hand at office this 13th FebrMtJr
1836. 34 CHARLES II. KICE.r.r ^
A P. WILLt ftX has removed to the rt*
Aik. • lately occupied b Win. II. BiirdsaO.
he has for sale a general assortment ofStapIf
Fancy Dry Goods, .Hardware A Cf'
lerr. Hats and.Caps, Bootsand 'shoes, China,6a«»
and Crockery ware <S-c. &c. feb. 3- 32
AS removed bis Store to the new Dries vos
ings, corner of Mulberry anu Second tlrtee.
Macon, uearfy opposite bis old stand aud in
Cotton Arcane, ftb. 4. 32
sirsiugle just behind the wiihers ; she has also a Har
in her forehead, one of her hind feet white nearly up
to the ancle, she is tall, lengthy aud handsomely made,
in line order and ready fora race.
One hundred Dollars Reward will be given for the
mare am! thief, and a liberal reward for tbo mare a-
lone, or for infortnalio;t given so‘1 can get her.
Any information left at the P, Office, oral the Mes
senger Office, will be thankfully received.
A Sorrel mare Pony was left in the lot; she lias a
.hob toil, a white face, and two hind leet white nearly
to the hock joint, apparently old.
From subsequent information, the man who was ri-
diug the pony ou Thursday and Friday before, in
Crawffird county, called himself M’Gee, and pretend
ed to be buying horses for the campaign in Florida,
and also that lie was tho son in law of Gen- John -Scott
formerly of this state now of Alabama; that he had lost
a great deal cf provisions, cotton in bales and about 50
negroes by the act of the Seminole Indians, and that he
obtained the pouey at the battle of Withlacoochy.
fie is about 25 j ear* old, stoop shouldered, five
feet 8 or 10 inches high, dark complected, bad
looking teeth, seHl skin boots, and a fur cap, broad
cloth clothing, and grey leggings. He probably has
accomplices, as two other horses were stolen the same
night near Knoxville 20 miles west of this place.
Alneon. 3fnrrli, 7. 37 tf
Fillers. Glass Lamps, with shades, do without shades,
Glass Candlesticks, Suspending Lamps, with shades,
Cologne, water Fancy articles, Soaps
Double distilled Cologne W ater ip fancy and plain
Bottles, Florida W’a cr, Milk of Roses. Orange Flow
er Water, Lavender, Harrogate salts. Pearl Powdet,
Pomatum, Macassar Oil, Rose water, Oil of Roses,
Musk, German Cologne water, Honey water, Preston
salts, Antique Oil, Transparent wafers, Puugeuts,
(cut glass,) Metric shaving Boxes, Camels Hair Pen
cils, Wash Balls, Otto ofliose Vials, Variegated soap,
do Transparent for shaving, Rose soap, do Cinnamon
do Ceylon. English Windsor, soda soap, Court Plas
ter, Teeth powder.
JVisceUan co us
Kitchen’s Pateift Cocoa, Lucifer Matches, Bar soap.
Variegated da, Turpenti te, Fine and Coarse sponge.
Cox’s Currying Knives, Clay Pipes, do Glazed, Lamp
Glasses, Lamp Wick, Bees Wax,* Diamonds, French
Chalk, Emery coarse and lino, Black sand, Pearlash
Castile soap, Scotch, Rappieand Mncaboy snufi*, sha
ving Boxes, Honey, Glue, Blacking, Lemon syrup,
Barhersshaving Cakes, Chloride Lime. Wafers, Ta
pers sealing Wax. starch. sand Paper, Indelible Ink,
Corks, Cork Wood, Violins, do strings, Bellows, Ma-
gib Matches, Swifts, Bath Briott,shellac.
Gar Hen Seeds, Herbs, Flo teer Seals.
Onion, Beet. Turnip, Carrot, Parsnip, Cucumber,
E.. B. IV EE®
AS removed has Store to the New Dncir _
ings. corner of .Millberrv and Second 5"? (
and in Boot of COTTON AVENILT-
Macon Jocley Club Ba‘ c ;f ,}
Fiji Ilh annual Races over the Central.A
JL commence on M-nday theSlst of-!• ‘ r
when the following purses will be run fob "
ny Horse, Mare or Gelding in the world. <$l
First day mile heats purse worth £$ |
2nd do 2 mile heats, purse worth j
3d day 3 mile heats, purse do fitj) I
4th do 1 do do purse worth , j.'(i |
5th day mile heats, best 3 in 5 puree'' I
32 JOHN L.
t A HE Booths and Privileges ot tl,e piJf I
B will be let at uublic out cry ou >■ • ^ arc j,lO,
ding the Races, to the highest bidueb_—£
LL who are indebted to we vs , I
Jones," late of Campbell coUl ''.'j j
requested to come forward and . . Rides'*
* those who have claim- il c 1 acC iidiOr !
ut, and those wno nave ciauo- -e „ cc o!^y
requested to render iu their
. Jan. 20 JAMES M_eCKACK«U-^
RUNAWAY.—About tho 1st
BILLY, a siiort thick set fellow-
scar on the forehead and one
great toe, and may hire himself out as j spinage. Endive Mustard, Okra, Asparagus, Nastnr
a free man—is very artful, and may j Roquct e, Coni salad. Curled Cher
have a forged pass—has many relations sorrel, Leek, saffron, sweet Mignnmtle,
belonging to Duct. Payne, bfMilledgeville.it is prob- Tliiine, Lavender, Basil, Lemon Ba’m
able he may change bis name. A reward of thirty Early Peas. Pole Peas. Bunch Beans, Pole do, Lima j named ROS8. a E‘,°"E 00 ^*7’; 0 n 0 fJ4" 1
dollars will he paid for his delivery in any jail, so that «-c. several varieties of each, also an assartm-nt of ■ %vus purchased by ** liltau. J hatut 0 ’ r ;
the subscriber gets him. W. .1. McINTOSH, FLOWER SEEDS, Herbs, and Gra--seeds, all care- i Alabama; said negro has been ivh< . r e be
Darien, Dec,21.183:'.. fully pnt up by the Shakers and wairaided Fns!,,%hq- I hired in Fayette and i «k« ,'u* q-n af«**
If taken in o’r about .Macon. Mr. Cha*. Campbek compani.;d by ,i Treatise on Gnrdening, &c. ac jujinted, and n is understoou t.-^
will take ch of him and pavthe rewind, dcclil 27 j Intending to permanently engaged in this hnsin- "’ill probably atteiupt to T * v f
TTFFr u S tab/ e89 ’ M ' ,, ' , * , 1 11 ”': , " 'j exertion in their "ill
Tff OSr.PH WAINWTUGHT at his old Stand, on power, to render it worthy; the patron:.:--of tK-ir old •> Qewuid ol 1 ' *
the Court House square, still carries on the ab- n,,d '=cw customers. Orders by etter will meet elds : for fits appreheus.on aud con.t _
ove btisitn-ss Horses kept bv tiie muntil or day—and
Horse* and Carriages to hire—on the most moderate
terms. Jan. 14 29
Jilanks for sale at this office.
ml * w c-nstom<-vs. Orders by otter will meet
uuc attention as if made in person.
Painting of every de-c-ription carried on by
Macon Jan, 14.' 29 II. & J. 6HOT WEH.
State, so that I can «. jfOgfc.
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