MACON GEORGIA TEEEGRAPH
ME DXCXNBS, & C
S Q> if fresh supply just
J * H * & w * *• EUUS,
Masonic Hall, Cotton Avenue.
Among which are the following
Sulphate Quinine (fronch) Cantharides,
Sweet oil do
Ointment hyd. potassa,'
Sec ale cornutum,
Oil black pepper,
Medical mustard, in pots.
Comp. Tonic extract,
Spigelia comp extract.
Precip. ext. bark,
Bayborty bark (pow'd)
Blood root, do
Slippery Elm (pow’d)
Cort. Aurant (pow’d)
Lobelia and seed,
PATENT .MEDICINES, Ac.
Lees’ pills. Compt fl’d ex’t Pink Root,
Opodeldoc, _ by G. W. Carpenter,
Chapman’s anti-dyspeptic Palby’s carminative.
Pills, Bleaching Liquid,
‘ ’ do " "
Indigo, Spanish float,
T HE Subscribers have resumed the Drug
Business, at their old stand, formerly El
lis, Shotwell & Co. lately occupied by Mr Win G.
Brown, opposite the Central Hotel, under the Arm of
H. & J. SHOTWELL,
who intend keeping a very general assortment of
Goods peculiar to their 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 an advertisement.
Some of the Articles received are.
(Drugs A Medicines,)
Rochelle Salts, Hellebore, Iceland Moss, Flos Ben
zoine, Juniper Berries, Lapis Calaminaris, Henry’s
Magnesia, Madder. Mace, Cayenne Pepper, Black
Pepper, Alspice, Hemlock Bark, Bayberry do, Poplar
do, Cinnamon do, Golden Seal, Sumac, Sem. Anisi,
AquaAmonia F F F, Sulph Quinine, Sago, Gum
| Guiac, Indian Turnip, Skunk Cabbage, Hops, Pep-
K irmint Lozenges. Oil Spruce, Acidulated Lemon
rops, Coriander Seed, C. P. Castor Oil, Cort Au
rant. Cherry tree Bark, White Vitriol, Muriatic Acid,
Pink Root, Gum Myrrh, Seed Lac, Seneka oil, Lob
elia, Lemon Balm, Sweet Balm, Ext Colocynth, Pul.
Gtn Arahic, Ground Race Ginger, Balsam Fir, Pearl
Barley, refined Borax, Bole Armenian, Cera Alba,
Lunar Caustic, Cloves, Prepared Chalk, Cubebs, C'a-
nella Alba, Rust of Iron, Sup. Carb. Soda, Castor,
Calamus Root, Cowhage, Mazerion, Sassafras, Bals
am Honey, Cumfrey Root, Dragons Blood, Oil Lav
ender, Lemon, Bergamot. Ext Bark, do Liverwort,
Stricnine, Emetine, Digitalis, F.lm Bark, Flos of El
der, Ext Hyoscyamus, Flax seed, Fowlers Solution,
Henbane, Uva Ursi, Camphor, Kino, Scammony
J Aleppo, Gold Thread, Hydriodate Potass, Mustard
Seed, Spts Nitre. Oil Wortnseed. Croton Oil, Olive
Oil, Bismuth, Oil silk, Sanfords Bark. Tamarinds,
Gum Copal, Syrup of Liverwort, Turkey Opium,
Cantharides, Flowers of Chamomile, Oil 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, Popper, Tartarised Antimony, As-
phaltnm. Adhesive Plaster, Acetate of Potass, Bals
am Copaiva, refined Borax, snake Root, Cubebs,
Rhubarb, Ipecac, sem Carni, Cream Tartar, Nut
Galls, Isinglass, Magnesia, Mercurial Ointment, Blue
Pill, sulphate Quinine, Conserve Roses, Black Drop,
Jujube Paste, sal Ammoniac, Bay Rum, Oil Cinna
mon, Acetate Morphine, sulph do, Comp Ext Bucha,
do of Liver Wort, Ext sarsaparilla, Ext Pink Root*
Comp Ext Cubebs, Piperine, Iodine, Butler's Magne
sia. Kreosote, Assnfcctida, Nutmegs, Tapioca, Manua,
Oil Rosemary, Canadian Balsam, Ext Valerian, salt
Petre. Glaubers salts. Concentrated spts Amuiouia.
JPaints, Bye Stuffs, Oils.
350 kegs While Lead in oil
35 do Venetian Red do
30 do Spanish Brown do
2000 lbs Soap Stone Paint do
6 kegs Yellow Ochre do
30 canisters Verdigris do
900 lbs Spanish Brown dry
200 lbs Venetian Red do
800 lbs Yellow Ochre do
1500 lbs Spanish Whiting do
Red Lead, Chrome Green, Kings Yellow, Verdi'
gris, Prussian BJue, Stone Ochre, Rose Pink, Lith
urge, Spanish Pumice Stone, Umbar, 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 Lime, Terra de Sienna, Green Blue and Black
Paint mixt. Blue Brown & Green Smalts. Frostings,
Blue White Brown and Purple, Gold Bronze, Car
mine Saucers, Pink do. Logwood in sticks, do ground
and chopped, Fustic, Madder. Camwood, red San
ders, Copperas, Brazillctto Wood, Annatto.
390 gals Linseed Oil
400 do Sperm Oil fall strained
350 do do do winter do
180 do Spirits Turpentine
300 do Train Oil
1 bbl Liver Oil, 1 do Neats Foot
1 bbl CopeJ Varnish, Japan do
Black do, Picture Varnish. Coach do.
’ Patent ami Compound .llcdicincs
Swaims Vermifuge, do Panacea, Thompson’s Eye
j Water, Green's Tonic Mixture, Rowan’s Tonic Mix-
turc, (forthe fever and ague ) Ilarkcm Oil, Gowland’s
Lotion, Potter’s Catbolicon, Barclay’s Comp. Sara-
! parrilla and Cubebs, Dalby’s Carminative, British
j Oil, Opodeldoc, Judkin’s Ointment, Lee’s W. Bilious
j Pills, N. L. Turlingtons Balsam, Bateman’s Drops
* Jesaits Drops, Cephalic Snuff, Aromatic do, Wal-
J di’s Tincture or Cough Syrup, Carpenter’s Prepara
tions, Henry’s Aromatic Vinegar, Welch Medicara-
NEW DRUG STORE.
DR. U. LOOMIS
AS jnst received a large assortment of DRUGS
&, MEDICINES, at the Store one door below
W. B. Johnston’s Jewelry, which he will sell at mo
lerate prices: among which are
Whito Lead, Red Lead, Black Lead, Litharge, Verdi
gris, Chromic Green, Chromic Yellow, Spanish Brown
Yellow Ochre, Stone Ochre, Umber, Venetian Red
Lampblack, Rosepink, Terra de Sienna, Vermillion
Prussian Blue, Osborn’s water colours.
Linseed, Sperm, Whale, and Train Oils, and Spts,
Turpentine, Copal, Japan, Coach, Leather, At, Picture
Flesh, Hair, Hat,Graining, Varnish, Furniture, Tooth,
Paint, Nail, Com/, Shoe, Scrubbing, Sweeping, Dus
ting, Velvet, Whitewash, Clothes, Horse, and Velvet
Cologne, Rosa. Honey, Florida, Lavender, & Orange
Flower \Vate», Aromatic Vinegar, Bears’ Oil, Antique
Oil, Chlorine Tooth Wash, Cream Soap and other
Shaving Soaps, Wash Balls, Drop Lake, Essences of
Rose and Cedrat, Extrait de Meil, Flake White, Hair
Powder, Orris Root, Milk of Roses, Oils of Orange,
Bergamot, Cedrat, Ciuuamon, Lavender, Neroli. and
Roses; Oxy-chlorine Lotion. Pearl Powder, Pomatum,
Powder Puffs, Preston Salts, Pink Saucers, Fancy vi
als, Tcnquin Beans, Vin de Rouge, Vegetable Rouge,
&• Macassar Oil.
Annatto, Cudbear, Fig Blue, Fustic, Galls, Indigo,
Madder, Nicaragua YVood, Alum, Turmeric, and
Acetic, Citric, Oxalic & other Acids, Acoustic Oil,
Alcohol, Nitrate of Ammonia, Concentrated Liquor of
Ammonia, Atkinson’s Depilatory, Balm of Columbia,
Patent Barley, Breastpipes, Brimstone, Cayenne Pep
per, Spauish Saffron, Anmioniaret of Copper, Sago,
Emetine, Cicuta Flaster, Ext. Aloes, Cinchona, Col
ocynth, Elateriiim, Jalap, Kahinca, Nux Vomica, Rhu
barb, Rhatania, Lead, Savin, Sarsaparilln & Cubebs,
Dandelion, Y’alerian, Opium & others. Phosphate of
Iron, Red Oxyde of Iron, Tartariz’d Iron &c. Ginger
Powders, Hamilton’s Elixir, Magnesian Aperient?
English Calomel, Hoffmau’s Anodyne, Oil’d Silk or
Hat Cose; Iodine, Jujube Paste, Lactucarium. Lan
cets, Patent Lint, Lupuline, Lobelia, Medical Spoons,
Acetate and Sulphate of Morphia, Mustard, Oils of
Caraway, Copaiva, Croton, Fennel, YVintergreen, Se
neca, Denarcotised and Powdered Opium, Phospho
rus, Piperine, Pocket Instruments, Ilydriodate & Ox
y-muriate of Potash, Potter’s Catholicon, Liquor of Po
tash, Dragon's Blood, Seatons, Stoughton’s Elixir,
Strychnine, Powdered Valerian, Rhubarbarine, Sali-
cine, Sanford’s Bark, Lac Sulphur, Syrup of Liver
wort, One Stethoscope, Swaim’s Panacea, Seidlitz
Powders, Tamarinds, Tincture of Coichicum, YVine
of Coichicum, Trusses, Turbith Root, White Hellebore,
Coichicum Seeds, Acetate «f Coichicum, Aromatic
Carbonate of Ammonia ; an Assortment of Patent .Me
dicines. and all others in common use, Garden Seeds,
and Shop Furniture for Physicians.—
Couching, Cupping, and small Scaling. Instruments;
and one second band set of Amputating and Trephin
ing Instruments.April 39
Notice to Contractors for Excavation
P ROPOSALS will be received at the office of the
Monroe Rail Road Company, Macon, Georgia,
on the 4th, 5th and 6th of August next, for Excavating
and Embanking about 10 miles of said Rail Road, com
prising about 7 miles near the town of Forsyth, and 3
miles immediately adjoining that portion now under
contract. For further particulars apply to
DANIEL GRIFFIN, Resident Engineer.
J. EDGAR THOMSON, C. Engineer.
July 7 5t 55
Pratt’s Nipple Shields.
T HE Medical College of Georgia at Augusta have
given their opinion of the superiority of Doctor
Pratt's Nipple Shield to any thing else hitherto offered
fur the same purpose, which opinion can be presented
if necessary to physicians and others. The opinion of
Dr Baber and other physicians in Macon, who have
examined the instrument, accords with that of Doctor
Dewees and the Medical College of Georgia. The
Instrument is for sale in Macon by the subscriber only,
price $5, with printed directions. H. LOOMIS.
Sign of the Golden Mortar, Mulberry street.
Certificate of Doctor De trees.
“ Doctor Elijah Pratt: Dear sir—As I feel it a mat
ter of much public importance to possess a means of
lessening the terrible sufferings of sore nipples, I have
much pleasure in being able to say that tne “ Shield”
you offer for the preventing and the cure of this mala
dy, is better adapted, to this purpose than any I have
. heretofore seen. In die two or three instances I have
j known them to be used, much satisfaction has been
expressed ; «nd I have no hesitation to believe it will
generally succeed. I am so well persuaded of this at
tins moment, that I cannot forbear to express a wish
that our city through the various apothecaries may be
supplied with them. I am yours, &c.
Philadelphia, Vithjan. 1834. Ws. P. Dewees.”
Post Office, Perry, Ga ; July .1, 1835.
T HE following Letters were remaining in the Post
Office, in Perry. 1st July, 183C. Persons apply
ing forletters on the following list, will please say they
A—Miss Margaret Adams, William H Andrews
B—Juab Brooks, Stephen Brown, Owen Bryant,
Elijah Butts, Aaron Biowu, S M Bateman, John F
Brown, William Bullard, Joseph Barron, James Bus-
be, Benjamin Bowers, Robert Brooks, Nathan Bryant,
Horace YV Brunson, Thomas Bullard, Win. Brown.
C—Peter N Chain, YViley Clark, YViley J Clark 3,
Isaiah Chain,Arthur Carroll, E. E. Crocker, James M
Crockett, Mr Joseph Culpepper or John Chain, Hen
ry C Culpepper, Howell Cobb, Arthur B Carroll, Ri
chard Cross, Samuel Carr, Bryan Chisbire, Luis Cul
pepper, YVilliam Cnnyers.
I)—John Denton, James Dean 3, Robert L. Dun
can, Thomas Duffle, Lisha Davis, G M Duncan 3, John
C Duncan, Miss Elizabeth Deak, Jepthaw Dunn 2,
Joshua Daughtry, J N Dupree. Moses Dunkin.
E—Mr. Echols, Esq. Edwin Ellis, Edward Ellis.
G—Elizabeth Gilyson, Milton Gartrel), Messrs Ga-
ney & Sapp, Sebarn Gammage.
II—Augustus Howard, Seaborn Iluckaby, James
Heard, Seaton L Harrison, A D Hendricks, Esq.
James Holderness. Robert S Holt, Robert Hodges,
YVilliam Hails, Caswell Hearn, YVilliam A Hannah,
E K Hodges,,Catharine Ilamner, Miss C C Hamner.
J—Jefferson J Jones, J J C Jackson, John Jones,
Jnuathan Johnson, James Ingram, Nathaniel Johnson,
David Jones, Moses Johnson.
L—Hngh Lawson 2, Catharine Lloyd 2, Richard R
Law, Stephen Long, John Law.
M—YVarren B Massey, Nale McCormack, Robert
F Misseldijue, Elick Martin, Dr E T McGehee, Miss
Sarah Miller, John McKenzie, Joshua Mercer, Capt
John M Moore, Elias Mims, Matthias Mount, Charles
P—Thomas Price, Henry Pease, Theophilus L Par
ker, 31aj. Thos Pace, 3Irs Appliss Perry, John S Pri
R—John Robinson 2, YVm J Ronaldson, John Row
an. 31ordecai Royals, George W Robbins, James A
Roquetnore, Willis Roads, Cyrus Robertson.
S—John M Smith, Joseph YV Stegar. Jacob Sauls,
Riley Strickland. Sheriff of Houston, William Stew
art 2, William Sowden, Elias Shipwasli, Polly V Sta
pler, David Snmoer, Henry Sumaford, Matthew G
Sikes, John Stapler.
T—Lott S Townsley 3, Stephen Thompson, Joseph
Tillman, Walter P Thomas, YVilliam Jameson, Nich
olas Taylor, Owen Tomlin.
YV—Sterling C YVilliamson. Thomas 31 Wyatt,
Henry YVimberly, Lewis YVooten, Abner YVimberly,
Lewis or Simon YVooten, F C YValrond, Thomas YVal-
ker, William F. White, Osborn YViggins, Joseph YVest,
Jesse YVall, .Mr. Wooten administrator on or Executor
of John YVooten, dec’d. Messrs YVimberly & Smith.
2t CHAS. H. RICE, P.3I.
d~hN the first Tuesday in SEPTEUnvn
belonging to the estate of Benjamin v v ,
said county deceased Terms on the lata a
TH03IAS S. CHAPPPi?’, *
June 30 YVM. NELSON ’ 11 - J Ad ,
TTBrnLL be sold on thTfirerTuSd^-i—*
, n ® xt ’ before tbe court house Se P t 'mfc i .-
beHton, Campbell county, within the u*’ CtE P-
sale, two thirds of lDe Jt gJl hoars
* —No. 94, in the 7th district" <AT orHnal!' 8 ^
satisfy one Fi Fa from Bibb Inferior court, in favor of Campbell county, for the bennfi. C °«enrw
William WnrtTir'—nninfn^ mil hr YUIllinn, , J t m 0i (fin •’
Bibb Sheriff "Sale.
W ILL be sold on the first Tuesday in AUGUST
next, nt the court house, in the city of Macon, be
tween the usual hours of sale,
Fraction No. 1-10, containing 169 acres, more or less,
fraction No. 156, containing 25 acres, more or less, al
so, one half of lot No. 137, containing 101$ acres,
moreorless, levied on as the property of Solomon
Groce, to satisfy one Fi Fa from Bibb Inferior court,
in favor of Charles McIntyre vs said Groce, undone
Fi Fa in favor of Jacob YVaring, from Bibb Superior
court, vs said Groce—all lying in Bibb county.
Lot No. 8, on the east side of the river, containing
one acre, more or less, formerly owned by Dr. Dur-
rett, levied on as the property of Thomas J. Chase, to
T HIS establishment is now under the control of
the subscribers, who pledge themselves to ren
der comfortable those who may call on them.
PETER J. YVILLIA3IS,
Feb25 35 JOHN D. RAMEY.
YVilliam YVaring—pointed out by defendant.
One lot of sheet copper, 2 unfinished stills, one lot
of tools, all levied on as the property of Henry Au-
douin, to satisfy one distress warrant in favor of Chas,
J. McDonald vs said Audouin.
One Lot and improvements, whereon Goorge 311c-
k!ejohn,jun. now lives, formerly owned by Alexander
Meriwether, levied on as the property of George Mie-
klejohn sen, to satisfy one fi. fa. from Bibb Inferior
coart, in favor of Thomas Lowe vs. said Mickiejohn
and D. F. Wilson. Property pointed out by YV. Poe,
June 30 H. H. HOYVARD, Sheriff.
Also, mill be sold as above, at the same time and place
One double mattress; 1 arm, 5 vvindso r and 3 com
mon chairs; 1 cushion, 1 trunk and sundries, consisting
of shaving instruments, &c. 1 pine box and lot of
books, 3 small tables, 2 painted; 1 large bedstead, 1
barrel containing sundry articles, 2 old trunks, 6 large
table and 6 tea spoons silver, 5 glass tumblers, 3 strip
ed blankets, 1 knife box and suudries, l deerskin, 6
reed baskets of different sizes, 1 slate, 1 map,] pair
and-irons, shovels and tongs (brass heads,) 1 common
shovel, 1 carriage whip, 1 small square box and cake
of tallow, 1 small measure and sugar box, 6 knives and
forks, 2 wooden bolls, 3 jugs. 1 large rope, 13 large
and 5 small plates. 5 pitchers of diffeient sizes, 1 large
dish, 3 night glasses, 1 small mug, 1 large and 1 small
bowl, 1 decanter, 5 bottles, 1 ink stand, 1 bedstead,
bed and mattress, 1 looking glass, 4 profiles with flames
and glass, 1 wash stand, 1 large blowing horn—levied
on as the property of Archibald Darrah, to satisfy one
Fi Fa ftom Bibb Superior court, in favor of George
Cavender, against Joseph Henderson and Archibald
Darrah —property pointed out by Kecland Cook.
One brick house and the ground therennto attached,
on Cotton Avenue, in the city of 3Iacon, it being the
house formerly occupied by Samuel F. Dickinson,
now by Rufus R. Graves, levied on to satisfy one Fi
Fa from Bibb Superior court, in favor of the State of
Georgia against llenry C. Byroni and YVilliam Ward—
pointed out by YVm. B. Cone.
One house aud lot in East 3Iacon, being* part of a ten
acre lot, No. 4, where Lewis J. Groce now lives, and
levied on as his property to satisfy two Fi Fas from
Bibb Superior court, Thomas S. Bennett vs Lewis J.
Groce, and one from Bibb Inferior court, II-B. Glo
ver, &c. vs Lewis J. Groce—property pointed out by
John J. Bennett.
One House and Lot, containing one half acre, more
or less, joining East Macon, on Cutter’s Hill, where
Mrs. Boren now lives, and levied on as the property of
YVilliam E. Boren to satisfy one fi. fa. from Bibb Infe
rior Court, in favor of Lewis Lawshe vs. William E.
Boren. Property pointed out by Plaintiff’s Attorney.
The undivided half of that part of Lot number 12 in
East Macon, on which the old tavern, formerly occu
pied by Mrs. Hdge, stands, now unoccupied, levied on
as the property of Alfred S. Bennett, to satisfy a fi. fa.
from Bibb Superior Court in favor of Low. Taylor &
Co. vs. Alfied S. Bennett; pointed out by Lewis J.
One house and lot in East Macon, being one half a-
William Jones, deceased—Terms *1***
day of sale. JA3IES McCRACfm- 0 '*' 0
June 16 52 '' KA <-Klh,
O N the first Tuesday in AUGUST it, ? .
before the court house door xn th. b it'J
Lot of land No. 54, in the 14th Perr 1
county sold by order of the honorable'!* 10 ^
court of Houston county, while sittin,% he raf 'hor
purposes, it being the real estate of J n fi,
ceased, sold for the benefit of the U;. Jacli soa, &
Terms of sale, 12 months credit. * 8n<i tre 4lott
May 14 48 JOHN ROBERTSOV ,
N thefirst TuesdaylffAUGtjkf^r-^lL
O i> incjirsi tuesaay tn AUGUST—
before the courthouse, in Crm! - «u
county, xcithin the legal hours, undr
ferior court of Bibb county. <nitT °f tit k.
Three-fifths of lot of land No. 16 in .i
trict formerly Troup nov/ Meriwether r <•»-
the property of the orphans of YVilliam o DWy,,0,<i <•
may5 45p SEBOURN Hlxsftl *
££2r c ”“ ° ! m -*“»■
4| acres, being? part of fractional lot No « *,
Macon reserve, with the improvement*
ing the place where the late Joseph
the ume of his decease, (being No. 13, tf wS"
Also. 4 acres, being a part of lot N 0 . ’ 69
con Reserve, (and No. 10, of YVmdsor
“” 5 property of the orphans of said Joseph
3 benefit of all concerned. r ,roo Mor
July 5 54 REBECCA WOOD. Gandm,
F OUR months after date *ppUc^^~-
to the inferior court of Butte count- ■
ting for ordinary purposes, for leave to wri
and negroes belonging to the estate ofJamJi'j
son, late of Butts county, deceased. Mav»
DAVID KI.MBELLJ <9
JOHN ANDERSON. (^’>
ere, more or less, it being the south-west corner of a
ten acre lot No 4, whereon Mrs. B Hand now liv-?, le
vied on as the property of Samuel Leytle, to satisfy oi'e
Fi Fa from Bibb Inferior court in favor of Ross &
Powell, vs Samuel Leytle—property pointed out by
Thos Ross. BENJ. RUSSELL, Dep. Sheriff.
June 30 53
Thompson’s jye water,
Ess Iceland 3Ioss,
Fluid ext sarsaparilla,
Ginger beer powders.
Medicated Oil silk.
Chlorine tocth wash,
Cullen’s liquid magnesia,
Rowan’s Tonic 3Iixture,
Relfes Vegetable specific,
cnbebs & Ext. Boneset,
PERFUMERY & BRUSHES, Ac
Hair Powder, Almond paste.
Pearl do Gronud paint brushes,
Ruugo, do sash
hlilkof Roses, Oval Varnish
Cold cream, Camel hair
Cream Almonds. Badger’s hair
Florida water, various sizes Graining
do silver wire,
Cologne do do do Flesh
Lavender do do do Horse
Rose do do do Hair
Bears’ oil, Nail
YVard’a hair oil, Comb
Marrow Pomatum, Tooth
Orange Flower YVater, do
Macaisar oil. Cloth
Spirit of Rose, Scrubbing
Camphor soap, Shoe
do do Brown,
Lip Salve, (Persian Otto Shaving do
Rose,) Shaving oil.
Tooth powdor, (superior) Powder Puff* and boxes,
Erasive do Preston salts,
Extract Bergamot, Smelling bottles,
do Rose, Tapers,
do Mask, Dutch cologno,
Honey YY’ater. Atkinson's Depilatory.
SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS, Ac.
Amputating cases, Cupping glasses,
Trepanning instruments, do do with ai
Patent feather Brooms,
do do Dusters,
do do Brushos,
Gum elastic catheters,
Spring lancet blades,
Evans’ thumb do
do do (moveable but- Gam Lancets,
ton/. Medical spoons,
Scarificators, Scales ana YVeigbt*,
Abscess Lancets, Teeth Files.
The subscribers intend keeping a full assortment of i
DRUGS. MEDICINES, paINTS, OILS. SHOP
FURNITURE, Ac. consisting of all articles in the
line necessary for the3ttpply of qliysiciatu, Plantations
or Families. They will be supplied with the best that
can be selected out of tho New-York and Philadelphia
uitrkvU Order* fraui Merchant* and Physicians,
will receive prompt attontion.
Jan. 98 31 J. H. & W. S. HLLIS
entum, Hygean Syrup, 3Iead’s PiHs, 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 ofKalc
Consumption Specific, Cerate of Copaiva, Cosmetic
Cold Cream, Hays Liniment, Chapman's Mixture,
Bullard’s Oil of Soap, Scotts Pills, Hamilton’s YVorm
Lozenges, Judkin’s Specific Ointment, Scotch Oint
ment, Hoffman's Anodyne.
Surgical and .iledical Instruments
| Pocket Instrument* in Cases, Silver Spring Lan
cets Evans Crown thumb Lancet*, Obstetrical Instru
ment*. Fox’s Spring Turnkeys, Teeth Forceps, Cup
ping glasses, Tweezers, Surgical Needles, Gum Elas
tic Syringes, Metalic do, Stetbeoscopes, Apothecaries
Scales and weights, Spatulas ass’d, Metalic Staffs and
Sounds, Hair Sieves. Medical Spoons.
Ground Paint Broshes assorted sizes, Varnish do.
Sash Tools do, Bndgcr’s Hair Blenders Graining do,
Camels Hairdo, Fancy and plain Hair Brushes assor
ted, Palters do do, Cloth do do, Ilat Crumb Brushes.
Hearth do, Dusting do, Counter do. Shoe do, Hat
ters’ Brushes, Table do, Flesh do, Shaving do, Fur
niture Brushes, YVhisk Brooms, do Brushes.
Glass Ware, Store furniture.
YVindow Glass assorted sizes from 7 by 9 to 22 by
28 inches, Coach Glass, do Picture Looking Glass
Plates, Tincture Bottles from j pint to 2 gallons, do
Specie assorted sizes, Salt Mouth do, 1 to 8 oz Vials,
Ground stoppers YY'hita and Green Vials assorted,
Nursing Bottles, Globe Bottles, Graduate .Measures,
Glass Funnels, Retorts and Reservoirs, Proof Glasses
Drum Vials, Otto of Rose Vials, Pungents Tubes or
Fillers. Glass Lamps, with shades, do without shades,
Glass Candlesticks, Suspending Lamps, with shades,
Cologne, tea ter fancy articles, Soaps
Double distilled Cologne Water in fancy and plain
Bottles, Florida YVater, Alilk of Roses. Orange Flow
er Water, Lavender, Harrogate salts. Pearl Powder,
Pomatum, 3Iacassar Oil, Rose water, Oil of Roses,
Musk, German Cologno water, Honey water, Preston
salts, Antiquo Oil, Transparent wafers, Pungents,
(cut glass,) Metalic shaving Boxes, Camels Hair Pen
cils, Wash Balls, Otto ofRose Vials, Variegated soap,
do Transparent for shaving, Rose soap, do Cinnamon
do Ceylon, English YVindsor, soda soap. Conrt Plas
ter, Teeth powder.
Kitchen’s Patent Cocoa, Lucifer Matches, Bar soap,
Variegated do, Turpentine, Fine and Coarse sponge.
Cox's Currying Knives, Clay Pipes, do Glazed, Lamp
Glasses, Lamp YVick, Bees YVax, Diamonds, French
Chalk, Emery coarse and fine, Black sand, Pearlash.
Castile soap, Scotch, Rappic and 3Iacaboy snuff, sha
ving Boxes, Honey, Glue, Blacking, Lemon syrup,
Barbers shaving Cakes, Chloride Lime, YVafers, Ta
pers scaling YVax, starch, sandPaper, Indelible Ink,
Corks, Cork Wood, Violin.*, do strings, Bellows, Ma
gic Jlatches, Swills. Bath Brick, shellac.
Intending to be permanently engaged in this busin
ess, the subscribers will use every exertion in their
power, to render it worthy the patronage of their old
and new customers. Orders by letter will meet the
same attention as if made in person.
Painting of every description carried on by
Ylacon Jan. 14. 29 H. &. J. SHOTWELL.
The most useful Family Medicine ever offered to the Pub
lic. No family ought or ettr uill be without it offer a
T HIS well known Anti-dyspeptic aud Worm Medi
cine, has proved successful tliese twelve years
past, and is universally acknowledged by all who have
tried it, to be far superior to any other medicine ever
employed in diseases for which it is recounnenned. It
is perfectly safe, and no child will refuse to take it. It
seldom fails curing Cholera .llorbns, Dys
entery or Bowel Complaints, Colic
and Bleeding Piles, either in grown per
sons or children, and it gives appetite to almost all de
bilitated persons. YVorms frequently infest children,
aggravate all other diseases, and are the chief cause of
fevers, Bowel Complaints, and chronic and nervous dis
eases, incident to childhood, which are so numerous
aud frequently fatal. It is much to be regretted that
thousands of children are swept off, or *» rendered
feeble, pale and emaciated through die firststage of life
—which leads on to pulmonary complaints, &c. &c.
YVorms being especially opt to infest persons of de
bilitated digestive organs and emaciated constitutions,
much mischief is often done by the ordinary worm
medicines, which generally consist of the strongest
purgatives—calomel, that destroyer of the constitution
liitiers, pink root, or spirits of turpentine, worm see’
oil, dec. Articles of diis kind may destroy worms, but
they debilitate tbe stomach, and often materially in
jure the general health, without removing the cause.
Swaim’s Vermifuge has the peculiar advantage of re
moving the cause of worms, by giving vigor anil heal
thy action to the stomach, bowels and organs of diges
tion—thereby removing measles, croup hooping cough
and many other complaints. It is by this means that
so many grown persons have beon relieved, by Us use,
of dyspepsia, sick head-ache, foul or sour stomach,
FOUL BKEATH, coughs, and most of the bilious
symptoms, &c. dice. Ac.
This medicine will relieve Bowel Complaints or Dys
entery, Billions Colic, vomiting, sickness, pain or
weakness in the stomach or bowels, loss of appetite
either in children or grown persons, in a few hours;
and seldom fails curing CHILLS and FEVER or FE
VER it AGUE, and Intermittent or Billious Fevers.
For sale, wholesale and retail by
July 7 5-1 J. H. & YV. 8. ELLIS.
Clinton* Sones County* Ga«
T HE Subscribers (late proprietors of the
Clinton Hotel,) tender our thanks to our
friends and patrons for past encouragement, and
respectfully beg leave to announce to the public,
that we have removed to the commodious House
known as tho
situated in the busiuess part of the town, aud
fronting tbe Court-House.
Having leased this stand for several years,
with the intention of renewing the lease or of pur
chasing the property, we consider ourselves per
manently located, and shall continue to improve
our accomodations as the comfort of customers
Our House is now open for the reception of
Travellers or Boarders. YVo shall at all times
eudeavor 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 on us.
The usual great promises of good TABLES,
BARS, dec. we think unnecessary to particular
ize.—Good Lots aud other conveniences for Dro
vers, readily furnished
Butts Sheiiir Sale.
vN thefirst Tuesday in AUGUST next, will be sold
V before the court house door in the town of Jackson,
Butts county, within the legal hours of sale,
Hugh Hanoi's interest inn certain negro man nam
ed Joe, levied on aud returned to me by a constable as
the property of Hugh Hatnil, by virtue of sundry Fi
Fas from a justices’ court of Bntts county, in favor of
Samuel 3Iaddux vs Simeon Hatnil and Hugh Hamit.
Sold under the incumbrance of a mortgage—proper
ty pointed out by the plaintiff. June 23.
RICH’D Me DUFF, Dtp Sheriff.
F OUR mouths afterdate application
to the inferior court of Heniy county wL i
ting for ordinary purposes, forleave'.to sell tie 1,„7
belonging to the estate of YViley Heflin, late 0 f
county, deceased. YVILEY J. HEFLIN
June 2 49 gj
F OUR mouths after date application iriJJbenjJ.
to the honorable the inferior coutt of Bntu mu.
ty when sitting for ordinary purposes, for leare toiell
lot No 28, in the 3d district of Coweta corny, for &
benefit of the orphans of-YVilliam Payne, deceaied
31ay 28 49 ABNER BANKSTON. Gw
I jYOUR months after date, application will he ^
to the honorable the inferior court of Firm*
January 20, 1834
YVOOD & YVEEKES.
F a superior quality,
May 5 35 G. YV. PRICE & Co.
Swaim’s Panacea, Indian Panacea
A supply just rec’d by H & J SHOTYVELL.
T HE Insurance Bank of Columbus, will insure
Cotton on the River, and also take a few risks
against Fire in this city. Apply to
Macon. Oct. 27 ROBERT COLLINS.
^PPLE yiNEGAR for sale by
april 26 44
J. H. & YV. 8. ELLIS.
Ten Dollars Reward
F OR the apprehension and delivery of C. STRIB'
LING, who deserted from the company of
Cf.valry commanded by me at Camp Georgia, Alaba
ma. after he had been mustered into the service of the
United States. E. 3lcCALL,
June 15 Captain of Bibb Cavalry.
EP I will give an additional reward of FIFTY
DOLLARS, lor the apprehension of said Clayton
Stribling, whom I engaged as a substitute for myself
in tbe Bibb Cavalry, and furnished with a Horse and
Equipments.and Sixty Dollars in cash. Heisabout
five feet two inches high, fair complexion, middle size,
prominent chin, is a cabinet maker by profession, aud
has worked in Columbus and in Macon—said ho was
a native of Union district, South Carolinn—supposed
to be between 25 and 30 years old—of about 135
pdltnds weight. Having sold a horse that did not be
long to him. it is to bo hoped the officers of the Law
will be on the look out, that this consummate scoun
drel may be arrested and treated according to his de
serts. JOHN SPRINGER.
Ylacon, Jutia 23,1836. 52
NEW LIVERY STABLES
.hid Carriage Depository.
C 3IINER. respectfully iuforms his friends.that
• be has Leased tho YVare-houseand Lot. known,
as Burton’s, late Mr. John Rees, near the Planter’s
Hotel—and has all those superior buildings construe
ted into Stables and Carriage Houses.—Has on hand,
end will keep, a general asortment of CARRIAGES
for sale of the letest fashions and best finish. His con
nection in this branch ofiiis business, is such, as to in
duce him to believe, he can offer greater inducements
to the purchaser, than any like Establishment at the
South. His Stables are all Dirt Stalls—wide, high
and airy; can accommodate any number of Horses on
Livery from 1 to 200—price per day, each Horse,
longer or'shorter time, 50 cents.—Horses and Car
riages of every kind usually hired, can be bad on the
most reasonable terms. The proprietor pledges him
self to do every justice to his Friends—who may pat
1 Pair of Extra fine Northern Carriage Horses, 7
and 8 years old, of fine blood, price $1200, sold for no
1 Pair Sorrels, 15$ hands high, 6 and 7 years old,
fine Travelers, well broke, can be recommended for
family use—belonging to a private gentleman who is
going to travel, and wishes to sell immediately.
1 Pair Dark Buys, 16 hands high, 6 and 8 years old,
sound and gentle—and 1 Saddle Poney, young and
Two Barouches, I Buggy, 1 Sulky and two Gigs
all have been used some.—Sold for cash.
May 24 3m. 50
TAKEN UP by the subscriber, on
the 24th nit. a negro woman and female
child, who says her name is Chlora,
and belongs to James Simms, formerly
of Hancock county Ga. but now of
Chambers’ county, Ala. The owner
can get her by application to me near
Unionville P. O. in the Northwest corner of 3Ionroe
county, Georgia. JA3IES RAY.
Jnly J4 4t $2.25
T IIE sub-criber would respectfully advise the
public, that his house at this valuable watering
place, has been much improved since the last season ;
and will be open for fito reception of boarders by the
first of June.
For the accommodation of visitors, a Hack will run
daily between Athens and the Springs.
May 21 JOHN JACKSON.
Lost or Stolen,
A LARGE red calf skin POCKET BOOK, be
tween the Central Hotel and the bridge, con
taining one Ten Dollar Bill, and other money, but
dont recollect the exact amount, supposed to be about
.Seventy Dollars, with divers receipts and notes to me,
it may be known by ray name on the papers. A re
ward of TEN DOLLARS will be given to any per
son finding the same and delivering it to J. G. or
Skein at the Central Hotel. There is one note in it,
to the best of my recollection, on S. B. Fostar, made
-payable to Irby Hudson, as administrator on the estate
of YVilliam Hudson, for thirty dollars.
Jnly 5 54 JOHN GIBSON.
T HE partnership heretofore existing under the
firm of SaltmarshS,' Overton is this day dissolved
by mutual consent. O. Saltmarah is authorised to re
ceive and liquidate all demands in any way connected
with said firm. O. SALTMARSH,
January 1,1836. 3mp 54 YV. H. OVERTON;
A comfortable dwelling house with ont
buildings complete, situated on Poplar
street and Cotton Avenue, a delightful
situation with one or two lots and fine wa
ter, will be sold on reasonable terms for
cash. Por terms apply in 3Iacon to
3fay26 48 YV3I. DANIEL.
Crawford Sheriff Sale.
ILL be sold on the first Tuesday in AUGUST
next, at the court house door in the town of Knox
ville, Crawford county, between the usual hours of sale, the
A negro woman by the name of 3Iary. about 14 or
15 years old, also, a negro boy by the name of Rigden,
8 or 9 years old, levied on as the property of Bryan F.
Lane, to satisfy a Fi Fa in favor of Edgar & Carmicha
el, and others. YV3I. CAMPBELL, Sheriff.
Also will be sold as above.
One lot of land, No 96, in the first distriet originally
Houston, now Crawford county, levied on as the pro
perty of Benjamin Simmons, to satisfy a Fi Fa issued
out of a Superior court of Putnam county, in favor of
Edward Varner vs said Benjamin Simmons—property
pointed out by the plaintiff.
June 29 YVM. B. FILES. Dep. Sheriff
Campbell Sheriff Sale.
O N thefirst Tuesday in AUGUST neit. will be sold
before the court house door in Campbellton, Camp
bell county, between the usual hours of sale, the follotcing
Lot of land No 50, in the seventh district of Cowe
ta county when surveyed, now Campbell county, con
taining 202<Uacres more or less—levied on as the pro
perty of Slade YVarren, to satisfy two Fi Fas issued
from a justices court in Sumter county; in favor of
Peter Easters vs Nelson Flournoy and Slade YVarren
—property pointed out by plaintiff’s agent.
April29 JOHN CARLTON, Dep Sh'ff.
Houston Sheriff" Sale.
k N the first Tuesday in AVGUST next, will be sold
W before the court house door, in the town of Perry,
Houston county, between the lawful hours of sale,
Lot No. 133, in the 13th district of Houston county,
containing 202$ acres of land, more or less, levied on
as the property of Randal Bennett, to satisfy a Pi Fa
from a justices’court of Stewart county, in fav.or of
Henry C. Calhown vs the said Randal Ben.iett.
202$ acres more or less, being lot No. 6, in the 13th
district of Houston county, levied on as the property
of Thomas Barron to satisfy a Fi Fa from a justices’
court of Houston county, in favor of C. F. Smith, ys
tlie said Thomas Barron and Joseph Barron.
202$ acres of land more or less, being lot No. 197,
in the 10th district of Houston county, levied on as the
property of Edward Varner, to satisl'y a Fi Fa from a
justices’court of Laurens county, in favor of George
YV. Danifel vs the said Edward Varner—pointed outby
H. B. Hathaway, the assignee of said execution.
202$ acres of land, more or less, being lot No. 255,
in the 13th district of Houston county. levied on as
the property of Thomas Barron, to satisfy a Fi Fa
from the Inferior court of Houston county, in favor of
John Neal, administrator, &c. vs file said Thomas Bar
202$ acres of land, more or less, being the lot No.
126, in the 9th district of Houston county, levied on
as the property of Drury Smith,, to satisfy a Fi Fa
from file Superior court of Newton county, in favor
of Samuel J. Bryan, vs Ignatius R. Brook, Drury
Smith, John Smith and Hezekiah Speak.
202$ acres of land, more or less, being lot No. 125,
in the 14th district of Houston county, levied.on ns the
iroperty of Daniel Rooks, to satisfy a Fi Fa from
ackson superior court, in favor of Joshua Grinage vs
file said Daniel Rooks. June 27.
GEORGE M. DUNCAN. Dep Sheriff.
county, when sitting for ordinary purposes, fmlnn
te sell part of the real estate of Abner Clmmpioi, In*
of said county, deceased. May 8 47
WILLIS CHAMPION, Ain't.
FRANCIS CHAMPION, Adm’n.
F OUR months after date application mil be nudt
to the honorable Inferior Court of Campbell
county when sitting for ordinary purposes for kite te
sell the real estate of YVilliam Sewell late of slid com.
ty deceased. L S THOMAS, Ain't.
June 9,1836 50
F OUR months after date application will be mult
to the inferior court of Pike county, sitting fa
ordinary purposes, for leave to sell the land tndte.
gross of Frederick Sessions, late of said county, de
ceased. May 19 ASA SESSIONS. Adro'r.
F OUR months after date application will be mule
to the Inferior court of Houston county, sitting
for ordinary purposes, for leave to sell nil the red es
tate lying in said county of Houston, and a rnpoptl
belonging to the estate of YY’iliiamH.Riggine, deem
ed, for the benefit of the heirs and creditors of uid d*
ceased. JOAb vv. C. HORN, Ain't.
July 7 55
W HEREAS John Blackston applies ft me for
letters of Administration on the estate of El
bert Powell, deceased—
These arc therefore to cite and admonish all ad f»p
lar the kindred and creditors of said deceased tobtai
appear at my office within the time prescribed bj k* a
shew cause if any they can why said letters shnliutn
Given under my hand, July 8,1636-
55 B. F. LANE, o. e. e. «■_
GEORGIA: Houston County.
W HEREAS Elizabeth C. Chain applies for let
ters of Administration on file estate of Joe
J. McBride, deceased—
These art therefore to cite and admonish
gidar the kindred and creditors of said deceased a» at |
appear at my office within the time prescribed h
shew cause if any they Imre, why said letters siauat*
Given under my hand at officn July 7,1836.
55 CHARLES H KICE. e.
W H EREAS Andrew Bickerstaff applies! 0 ®*
letters of administration on the estate « **•
ber£ Bickerstaff, late of Alabama, deceased, .
These are therefore to cite and admonish all**•
lar the kindred and creditors of said deceased I***
appear at my office xcithin the time pssscribtdljfft/
shew cause if any tluy can why said letters shsud l
granted. < __
Given under my hand, at office, 10th Jane,
51 * JOHN McCORD, cffJL.
GEORGIA : Houston county.
W HEREAS John J. Howell «L
letters of Administration with the
ed, on tho estate of Alonzo C. McBride,decease
These arc therefore to cite and admonish all
lar the kindred and creditors of said dectaffFu ^
appear at my office xcithin the time prescribed i} ^
shew cause if any they have, why said letters srfin
granted. -of Job-
Given under my hand at office, this 7“® J / *
1836. 55 CHAS. H- SICEffjA,
U NDER an order of the Inferior Court of Pike coun
ty sitting for Ordinary Purposes, trill be sold on
the first Tuesday in SEPTEMBER next, xcithin the le
gal hours of sale, before the court house in Cherokee coun
ty, Lot No. 3G3,
in the 15th district 2d section, sold us the property of
James Lowry, deceased, for the benefit of all concern
ed. Terms on the day. ASA SESSIONS, Adm'r.
Juno 30 1
GEORGIA, Butts County.
W HEREAS, Charles ■& *****£
plies to me for Letters of Admun
the estate of Aristotle G. Ddki, 1st®
deceased. . Jai
These are therefore to cite and adtno ^
singular the kindred and creditor th
ceased, to le and appear at snyop* mjj
time prescribed by law, to shew cause ^
can lohy said letters shall not be gtan , 0 fjalr.
Given under my hand at office this 11 l
1836. 55_ JOHNMcCOR&i^
GEORGI/ffCampbell County: _
W HEREAS, James M'Creckm
England, apply to me for Letters ^ 0 f nil
tion, on tlie estate of James H. hoos,
county, deceased. , , »11 an* 1 ^
These are therefore to cite and adm® ^ l»»
gular the kindred and creditors of said
and appear at my office within tlrot-iniF
law, to show cause, if any they ‘ iave ’ 3 ,
should not be granted. 4th tt"
Given tinder my hand at oince,
July, 1836. ' E pB0MAfcf*
P ur© White Lead and Linseed Oil for sale
april 26 44 by J. H.& YV. S. BLLI6.
■MTNDER an order of the Inferior Court of Stexcar
county, sitting for Ordinary purposes, will be sold,
on the.first Tuesday in SEPTEMBER next, between the
lawful hours, before the court house in said county,
Two Negroes and 100 acres Land,
lying in the Hitchity bend, on the Chattahoochee ri
ver, number not known—sold as the property of Alex
ander Nelson, late of said county, deceased. Terms
on the day. June 30.
THOMAS S. CHAPPELL, ?
YY f M. NELSON,
A LL persons having demands dece^
Sterling Camp, late of Butb ,' bic rjber,I!f“
are notified to render them in to t-ic bT
as the law directs, within the time P re
POLLY CAMP, A'
July 20 . -
GEORGIA, Pike County. , 1
L ARKIN Jordan, of Cap!. Ste *yi O.NE.flj
before Benjamin Lis»®f» rSSWjVrf
MULE, supposed to be t"°.’’I3*25
brands discoverable; appraised D -, ;]oss-
and James M. Strength, to sixty-n' e
day of July, 1836. Book . o
A true extract from the
21 5o H. G.
T HE subscribers will W‘jfiisJ l
slean wool. CK»