AC ON O E O tt (J f A TELEGRAP
rinilC Subscriber* huve resumed the If til a
-EL JBtlsiiM 'iVf at their old ktand, formerly El-
lii, Shotwell «.t Co. lately occupied by Mr- Wm G.
Brown, opposite the Central Hotel, under the firm of
H. & J. SHOTWELL,
who intern! keeping a very general assortment of I Sulphate Quinine (french) Cantharides,
huve resumed the
o mi uo .v,. ni: bmcmjvjES, tec.
A FRESH SUPPLY just received by
ii J. II. &, IV. S. ELLU.
ii.iconic Hall, Cotton Avenue, among which are the
<r>ods peculiar to their liue of business, together with Sulphate Morphine,
arrest variety of miscellaneous articles that may be I Acetate do
difficult to bo found elsewhere. Their Stock is now Iodine,
very extensive, having received by late arrivals nearly , Acetic acid,
all their Fall and winter supplies, a general enumera-; Oxalic do
iion of which could not be given in an advertisement.} Citric do
Some of the Articles received are, ' Prussic do
(S>ri:cs A Medicines,) Tartaric do
Rochelle Suits, Hellebore, Iceland Moss, Flos Ben- j Ammonia,
xninc, Juniper Berries, Lapis Cnlaruinnris, Henry’s ! do (Aromspts)
Magnesia, Madder. Mace, Cayenne Pepper, Black ' Antimonialis pulv
Pepper, Alspice, Hemlock Bark, Bayberry do, Poplar Veratrine,
do. Cinnamon do, Golden Seal, Sumac, Sem. Anisi, — L-: —
Aqua Antonia F F F, Sulph Quinine, Sago, Gum
Guiac, Indian Turnip, Skunk Cubbage, Hops, Pep
permint Lozenges. Oil Spruce, Acidulated Lemon
Drops, Coriander Seed. C. P. Castor Oil, Cort Au-
rant. Cherry tree Bark, White Vitriol, Muriatic Acid,' Oil Sinapiue,
Pink Root, Guin Myrrh, Seed Lac, Seneka oil, Lob- j Oil canthnridin,
elia, Lemon Balm, Sweet Balm. Ext Colocynth, Pul.! Pyroligneous Acid,
Gtu Arabic, Ground Rgec Ginger, Balsam Fir, Pearl' liydriotate Potassa,
Barley, refined Borax, Bole Armenian, Cera Alba, j Peperine.
Lunar Caustic, Cloves, Prepared Chalk, Cubebs, Ca- j Oil black pepper,
uelln Alba, Rust of Iron, Sup. Carh. Soda, Castor, , Irish moss,
Calamus Root, Cowhage, Mazcrion, Sassafras, Bals- j Musk,
am Honey, Cninftsy Roat. Dragons Blood, Oil Lav-1 Chloride soda,
endor, Lemon, Bergamot. Ext Bark, do Liverwort,; Citrated kali,
Stricuino, Emetine, Digitalis, Elm Park. Flos of El- j Chloride Lime,
dcr, Ext llyoscyuimis, Flax seed, Fowlers Solution, I .Medical mustard, in pi
Henbane, Uva Ursi, Camphor, Kino, Scammony Opium denurcotized.
Aleppo, Gold Thread. Ilydriodste Potass, Mustard ; Cyanoret potassium,
Seed, Spts Nitre, Oil Worinseed. Croton Oil, Olive Comp. Tonic extract,
Oil, Rismuth, Oil silk, Sanfords Bark. Tamarinds,
Gum Copal, Svrup of Liverwort, Turkey Opium,
Ca-.thnrides, Flowers of Chamomile, Oil Pepper
mint, Bermuda Arrow Root, sugar Lead, Refined Li-
iiuoriee, Ergot. IS'ux Vomica, Corrosive sublimate.
Aloes, Gum Arabic, Precipitate, spts Hartshorn, Carb
Potass, Alcohol, sarsaparilla, Epsom salts, Nitric Acid,
.Ether, Alspice, Pepper, Tartariscd Antimony, As-
phaltmn, Adhesive Plaster, Acetate of Potass, Bals-
out Copaiva, refined Borax, snake Root, Cubebs,
Rhubarb, Ipecac, sem Carni, Cream Tartar, Nut
Galls, Isinglnss, Magnesia, .Mercurial Ointment, Blue
Pill, sulphate Quinine, Conserve Roses, Black Drop,
Jujube Paste, sal Ammoniac, Bay Ruui, Oil Churn
tnon. Acetate .Morphine, sulph do. Comp Ext Bucha,
do of Livor Wort, Ext sarsaparilla, Ext Pink Root!
Comp Ext Cubebs, Piperinc, Iodine, Butler’s Magne
sia. Kreosotfl, Assafmtida, Nutmegs, Tapioca, Mauna,
Oil Rosemary, Canadian Balsam, Ext Valerian, salt
Petre, Glaubers salts. Concentrated spts Ammonia.
JRainls, If ye Stuffs, Oils.
250 kegs White Lead in oil
25 do Venetian Red do
30 do Spanish Brown do
2000 lbs Soap Stone Paint do
G kegs Yellow Ochre do
20 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, Kt'ugs Yellow, Verdi
gris, Prussian Blue, Stgue Ochre, Rose Pink, Lith
arge, Spanish Puinice 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 Lime, Terra do Sieunu, Green Blue and Black
Paint mixt, Blue Brown & Green Smalts, Frostings,
Bluo 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, Urazilletto Wood, Annatto.
300 gals Linseed Oil
400 do Sperm Oil fall strained
350 do da <!u winter do
ISO do Spirits Turpentine
300 do Train Oil
1 bbl Liver Oil, I do Neats Foot
1 bbl Copal Varnish, Japan do
Black do. Picture Varnish. Coach do.
latent ami Compound Medicines
Swuiius Vermifuge, do Panacea, Thompson’s Eye
Water, Green's Tonic Mixture, Rowan’s Tonic Mix
ture, (for the fever and ague ) Harlem Oil, Gowland’s
Lotion, Potter’s Catholic-on, Barclay's Comp. Sarsa-
psrrilla and Cubebs, Dalby’s Carminative, British
Oil, Opodeldoc. Judkin’s Ointment, Lee’s W. Bilious
Pills, N. L. Turlingtons Balsam, Bateman’s Drops
Jesuits Drops, Cephalic Snuff, Aromatic do, WaJ-
di's Tincture or Cough Syrup, Carpenter’s Prepara
tions, Demy’s Aromatic Vinegar, Welch Medicam-
entinu, Ilygean Syrup, Mead’s Pills, Walker’s Drops,
Morrisou's Pills, West’s Pills, Rheumatic Medicine,
Sphou's Digestive Elixir, Little’s Lotion, Nipple
Castor oil (fresh)
Sweet oil do
Ointment hyd. potassa,
Indigii, Spanish float,
Thompson’s jyo water,
VV orm tea,
i Swaim’s Panacea,
Salve, Bleaching liquid, Ess Mustard, Citrate
Consumption Specific, Cerate of Copaiva, Cosmetic
Cold Crcatu, liays L>nimcnt, Chapman’s Mixture,
Bullard’s Oil of Soap, Scolts Pills, Hamilton's Worm
Lozenges, Judkin’s Specific Ointment, Scotch Oint
ment, Hallman’s Anodyne.
Surgical and .liedical Instruments
Pocket Instruments in Cases, Silver Spring Lan
cets Evans Crown thumb 1-anccts, Obstetrical Instru
ments. Fox’s SpriugTurnkeys, Teeth Forceps, Cup
ping glasses, Tweezers, Surgical Needles, Gum Elas
tic Syringes, Meinlic do, Stetheoscopes, Apothecaries
Scales and weights, Spatulas ass’d, Mctalic Staffs and
Sounds, Hair Sieves. Medical Spoons.
Ground Point Brushes assorted sizes, Varnish do, j Indian’s do
Sash Tools do, Badger’s Hair Blenders Graining do, Ess Iceland Moss,
Camels Hairdo. Fancy and plain Hair Brushes assor- Cough Mixture,
ted. Palters do do, Cloth do do, Hat Crumb Brushes. Fluid ext sarsapa’tlla,
Hearth do, Dusting do, Counter do. Shoe do, Hat- tfyr Liverwort,
ters’ Brushes, Table do. Flesh do, Shaving do, Fur- Comp sarsap
niture Bruslws. Whisk Brooms, do Brushes.
Class Ware, Store Furniture.
Window Glass assorted sizes from 7 by 9 to 22 by
28 inches, Coach Glass, do Picuire Looking Glass
Plates, Tincture Bottles from £ pint to 2 gallons, do
Specie assorted sizes, Salt Mouth do, I io 8 oz Vials,
Grouud stoppers White and Green Vials assorted,
Nursing Bottles, Globe Bottles. Graduate Measures,
Glass Funnels, Retorts aud Reservoirs, Proof Glosses
Drum Vials, Otto of Rose Vials, Pungcnts Tubes or
Fillers, Glass letups, with shades, do without shades,
Glass Candlesticks, Suspending Lamps, with shades,
Cologne, water Fancy articles, Soaps riovv
Double distilled Cologne Water in fancy and plain 1
Bottles, Florida Wafer. Milk of Roses. Orange Flow- Macassar on,
er Water, Lavender, Harrogate salts. Pearl Powder,
Pomatum, Macassar OH, Rose water. Oil of Roses,
Musk, German Cologne water, Honey water, Preston
salts, Antique Oil, Transparent wafers, Puugeufs,
(eut glass,) Metalic shaving Boxes, Camels Hair Pen-
Ginger beer powders,
Medicated Oil silk,
Chlorine tocth wash,
Cullen’s liquid magnesia,
Rowan’s T mic Mixture,
Itelfes Vegetable specific.
cubebs & Ext. Bonesct,
copivi. Tonic Extract.
PEKFLMEKY & BRUSHES, Ac.
Hair Powder, Almond paste
Pearl do Ground paint brushes,
Rouge, do sash do
Milkof Roses, Oval Varnish do
Cold cream, Camel hair
Cream Almonds. Badger’s hair
Florida water, various sizes Graining
Ward’s hair oil,
Orange Flower Water.
Spirit of Rose
do do Brown
do silver wire,
cils, Wash Balls, Olio of Rose Vials, Variegated soap,
do Transparent ft >r shaving. Rose soap, do Cinnamon
do Ceylon, English Windsor, soda soap, Conrt Plas
ter, Teeth powder.
Kitchen’s Patent Cocoa, Lucifer Matches, Bar soap,
Variegated do, Turpentine, Fine and Coarse sponge,
Cox'a Currying Knives, Clay Pipes, do Glazed, Lamp
Glasses, l-iiup Wjck, Bees'Wax, Diamonds, French
' Chalk, Emery course and fine, Black sand, Pearlash.
Castile soap,'.Scotch, Kappie and Macaboy snuff, sha
ving Boxes, Honey, Glue, Blacking, Lemon syrup,
Barbers shaving Qakos, Chloride Lime. Wafers' Tn-
- pars sealing Wax, »t..reh, sand Paper, - tdelihle Ink,
Corks, Cork Wood, Violins, do strings, Bellows, -Ma
gic Matches, Swift*. Bath Brick, shellac. . «, J!?.-
Intending to be pern.-iuently engaged In this busin- i p . *
•»». the subscribers will use every exertion in thoir ^ . , ’
power, to render it worthy the patronagf of their old | .**,in
and now customers. Ordersby efcter will meet the 1 Uans ,h,,nii ' do
same attention aaif made in person.
| HARVEY SlIOTWELL,
Painting «f every description parried on b
Pa'ent feather Brooms,
do do Dusters,
do do Brushes,
Lip Salve, (Persian Otto Shaving do
Rose.) Shaving oil,
Tooth powder, (superior) Powder Puffs and boxes,
Erosive do Preston salts,
Extract Bergamot, Smelling bottles,
do Rose, Tapers,
do Musk, Dutch cologne,'
Honey Water, Atkinson's Depilatory.
SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS, Ac.
'Amputating cases. Cupping glasses,
Trepanning instruments, do do with aii
Dll. M LOOMIS.
AS removed his stock ol"
Spigeliu comp extract,
Precip. ext. bark,
Bnyberry bark (pow’d)
Blood root, do
Slippery Elm (pow’d)
Cort. Aurant (pow’d)
Lobelia aud seed,
PATENT MEDICINES, Ac.
Lees’ pills, Compt tl’d ex’t Pink Root,
Opodeldoc, by G. W. Carpenter,
Chapman’s anti-dyspeptic Dalby’s carminative.
If Ml GS,. 7IFIfICI.\'FS,
Paints, Oils, Ac.
To the store on Cotton Avenue, recently occupied by
.Mr. J. D. Winn, and adjoinin ' the store of J. & \\ .
Baldwin, where he is also opening anew supply which
in- - r- u hole-ale anil retail, at the lowest prices
for cash or good notes. In order to avoid any misun
demanding, it may be proper to state that Paints, Oik
and Glass are considered Cash Articles. The follow
ing articles are included inhis supplies, viz:
Loco foco Matches, Lucifers, Rowland’s Kalydor
Wafers, Drop Lake, Bru-hes, Fancy and Shaving
Soaps, White Bar Soap, Salad, Oil, Morton’s Cough
Syrup, Rowan’s Tome .Mixture, Potter’s Cntholican
Mortars of Iron. Bra is. Marble, Glass and Wedge-
wood, Ware. Orange Flower Water, Rose Water,
Mace and other spices-, Alcohol, Shellac, Nitric Acid,
Verdigris. Zinc, Lobelia, Myrrh, African Cayenne
Pepper, Valerian, Sage, Neats Foot Oil, Logwood,
Fustic, Indigo, Brazil Wood, Coem Wood, Copperas,
Alum, Brimstone, Venetian Red, Glue, Badger Hair
Blenders, aud Shaving Brushes, Camel’s Hair Blen
ders and Pencils, Sable Pencils, Brooms. Polishing
Paste, Rott.-n Stone, Bath Bricks, Bear’s Greece,
Stomach Tubes. English Calomel, Medicine Chests
with directions for farmers, Lamp Glasses, Brushes.
India Ink, Black and Red Iuk, Copper Scales, small
Brass Scales, Rochelle Salts, Acelate of Zinc, Vera
trine. Morpbene. Pipeline, Strychnine, Quiniue
Rliubarbariue, Salioine, Kraosote and its preparations.
Chlorine Tooth Wash. Chlorate of Soda, Extract of
Pinkroet. and other preparations of Carpenter. Ex
tract Dandelion. Swaim’s Vermifuge, Varnishes. Tooth
Instruments for Physicians, Black Sand, Court Plas
ter, Spirit of Turpentine, Swaim’s Panacea, Hatters’
Bowstrings, and al| other articles usually kept in
Ding Stores. Oct. 27 4
Campbell luferiw Court sitting j.r Urdinunj purposes
September Term 1835.
f T appearing to ihe court, upon the petition of James
L. Cole-nan, that John Nations, late of said county,
deceased, did in his lifetime execute to the said Colo-
man bis bond for titles to lot of land No 23, in the 14tli
district of the 1st section of the late Cherokee Land
Lottery, and the said John Nations aAer naving receiv
ed the consideration for the same departed this life in
testate without having executed those titles. And it
further appearing to the court, that the said bond has
been regularly assigned to the said James L Coleman
It is, therefore, ordered by the court that John A Hop
kins aud Joel Yates, administrators of the said John!
Nations, deceased, do shew on or before the January
Teimofthis court, why they should not be required to
A GREEABLE to an order of the honorable
court of Pike county, sitting for ordinary
u'i'i uc sold ontncjirst Tuesday in JANUARY , ***
fore the court house door, in Kacnan Court,-
icithin th, legal hours of sale. CoUnt 3,
Three negroes, namely, Melly, Isham, Rial beloi
ing to the c-tate of James Carson deceased
the benefit of the heirs of said deceased ’ 10 01
Jl S I RHODES
Houston Sheriff Sale.
O N the Jirst Tuesday in DECEMBER next, trill be
sold before the court house door, n the town of
execute titles to the said lot of land in compliance with Perry, Houston county, between the lawful hours of sale,
said bond. And that this rule be published once a j One lot of land No. 52, in the 15th. Dist. of Hous
month for three months in some public gazette of this j ton County, Levied on as the property of Samuel
state. 1 Douglass to satisfy a Fi Fa issued from Richmond
A true copy from the minutes as appears on record, Superior Court in favor of Talbot and Walker, for the
sept 13.1336, 66 t E. P. BOMAR, Clerk. , lse 0 f p Walker, against Samuel Douglass and
George M. Walke .
No. 202 in the 16th Dist. of Houston county, Le
in Houston Superior Court, April Term, 1836.
It appearing to the Court from
the petition of Alexander Pope, that on the tweuty-se- County in favor of Abner Wellborn against said Mc-
The most useful Family Medicine tcer otj'crcd to the Pub
lie. No family ought or ever will be without it after a
T HIS well known Anti-dyspeptic aud Worm Medi
cine, ban proved successful these twelve years
past, and is universally acknowledged by all who have
tried it, lo be far superior to any other medicine ever
employed in diseases for which it is rccommenned. It
is perfeedy safe, and no child will refuse to take it. It
seldom fails curing I'.olcra Jflorbus, Jfys-
enterj/ or Hot cl Complaints, Colic
und Hie t cling Files, either in grown per
sons or children, and it gives appetite to almost all de
bilitated persons. Worms frequently infest children,
aggravate all other diseases, and are the chief cause of
fevers. Bowel Complaints, and chronic aud nervous dis
eases, incident to childhood, which are so numerous
and frcqaently fatal. It is much to be regretted that
thousands of children are swept off, or are rendered
feeble, pale and emaciated through the first stage of life
—which leads on to pulmonary complaints, dec. &c.
Worms being especially apt to infest persons of de
bilitatod digestive organs and emaciated constitutions,
much mischief is often douo by the ordinary worm
medicines, which generally consist of the strongest
purgatives—calomel, that destroyer of the constitution
bitters, pink root, or spirits of turpentine, worm see
oil, &c. Articles of this kind may destroy worms, bu
they debilitate the stomach, and often materially in
jure (he general health, without removing the cause.
Swaim’s Vermifuge has the peculiar advantage of re
moving the cause of worms, by giving vigor and 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 been relieved, iy its use,
of dyspepsia, sick head-ache, foul or sour stomach,
FOUL BREATH, coughs, and most of the bilicas
.symptoms, &c. &c. &c.
This medicine will relieve Bowel Complaints or Dys
entery, Billions Colic, vomiting, sickness, pain or
weakness in the aiomach or bowels, loss of appetite
either in children or grown persons, ip a few hours;
and seldom fails curing CHILLS and FEVER or FEJ
VER & AGUE, and Intermittent or Billious Fevers.
For sale, wholesale and retail by
cond of May, in the year eighteen hundred and twenty Leroy—Levied on and returned to me by a constable
two, in the couut) of Wilkos,and State aforesaid,Les- ; Lot No, 89 in the5 Dist^of Houston County, as tho
ley Coats, executed and delivered to the said Alexan
der Pope, his certain mortgage deed of conveyance,
sealed with his seal, and bearing (late the day and
year aforesaid, by which said mortgage, did the said
Lesly Coats then and there mortgage or convey to
the said Alexander Pope, the tract or lot of land known
as the iiuinter eighty-two in the fifteenth district of
said county. Houston, and corite* jing two hundred
1FORE the court house in t'aycttevillc, hujett
county, on the first Tuesday in DECEMBER
next, will be sold, icithin the lawful hours of sale.
Nos.29, 33, 34 , 42, and 43, all in the Gth Dist. ol
Fayette county, each containing 202,* Acres, all levi
ed on as the property of Alexander VV are to satisfy
an execution issued from the Superior Court of Jack-
son county in fevor of VViley VV. Webb, vs. ^ Greene
R. Duke, George Shaw, Horatio Webb, Sylvauns | J
Ripley, John Appleby and Alexander Ware and Allen j ' I EL be sold bef ore the court bouse door in $j~
-Matthews, security outlie -aay of executi on. T* con, Bibb county, under an order of the i* -
ALFRED BROWN, Dept. Sheriff. ferior court of said county, on the fi*st Tuesdn, •
Oct. 1836. 4 JANUARY next, y *
Lot No 160, and « part of Lot No. 159, both i n o
4th district originally Houston now Bibb county,—r 6
the benefit of the or phans of Benjamin Parker J*
ceased. BUR WELL PARKER, Adm’r 6
Oct 27 4
O N the first Tuesday in FEBRUARY vex t. utiTj.
sold at the court house door in the town of chv
tuga, Walker county, icithin the usual hours of salt, "
Lot No 203, in the twenty-second district of’«u
county under an order of the honorable Inferiorcotm
of Jackson county, when sitting for ordidary pul
ses, it being all the real estate of Lucy Archer, late ©f
said county deceased Terms made known on tk.
day of sale. JOHN A. WALLS, Adm’r
Oct 3 2
two Fi Fas issued from a Justices Court of Wilkes
two and half acres, as well for and in consideration
of the8umof one dpllarin hand paid as thus Letter to
secure to the said Alexander Pope, by the twenty fifth
day of December then next, the payment of the sum of
elereu hundred and seventy six dollars, then and there
duo and owing from the said Lesley Coats, to the said
Alexander Pope; and it further appearing to the court
that the raid sum of money, together with the interest
thereon, is still due and unpaid, and the said Alexan
der Pope having prayed the foreclosure of the said
mortgage deed of conveyance, in terms of tho statute
in such cases provided. It is therefore, on motion of
James M. Kelly, attorney for the said Alexander Pope,
ordered, that the principal and interest due by said
mortgage deed, and also all cost be paid into court
within six months from the present term, and that on
failure thereof, the equity of redemption of and in the
the said mortgage promises, be from thenceforth for
ever barred and foreclosed; and it is further ordered,
that this rule be published in one of the public Gazettes
of this State once a month for six mouths, or served on
the said Lesley Coats, or his special agent or attorney,
atleast three months previous to the next term of this
court, if he can be found.
A true extract taken from the minutes of said court
this] 2d day of May, 1836.
Vet *9 3t LE WIS J. JORDAN, Clerk
July 7 54
J. II. & W. S. ELLIS.
Pratt’s Nipple Shields.
rEllIE Medical College ofGeorgia at Augusta have
JL give« their opinion of the superiority of Doctor
Pratt’s Nipple Shield to any tiling else hitherto offered
for the same purpose, which opinion can be presented
if necessary tu physicians and others. The opinion of
Dr Baber and other physicians in Macon., who hjvc
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, Mtdberry street.
Certificate of Doctor Dewees
“ Doctor Elijah Pratt: Dear sir—As I feel it a mat
ter of much public importance to possess a moans of
lessening the terrible sufferings of sore uipples, 1 have
much pleasure in being able to say that the “ 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 the two or three instances I have
known them to bo used, much satisfaction has been
expressed; and I have no hesitation to believe it will
generally succeed. I am so well persuaded of this at
this 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, VMhJan. 1834. Wm. P. Dewees.”
W HEREAS Hngh L Irwin, administrator of the
estate of Ratliff Eckles, deceased, applies for
letters of Dismission—
Also, Hugh L Irwin, executor of the estate of Tho
mas A Irwin, deceased, applies forletters of Dismission,
Thef arethereforeto cite and admonish all and singu
lar the kindred and creditors of said deceased, to be and
ear at my office within the time-prescribed by law, to
io cause if any they hate, why said letters should not be
Given under my hand July 4. 1836. 54
_ I c C. Hw MCE. O. C. •.
W HEREAS Thomas N. McWilliams applies to
me for letters of dismission from the estate of
These art, therefore, to eito and admonish all and sin
gular the kindred and creditors of said deceased to be and
appear at my office within the time prescribed by late to
shew cause, if any they hate, why sauI letters should not be
Give” under my hand, this 28th April, 1836.
45 t CHAS. H. KICF.. c. e. o.
property of Charles Griffin, or all Charles Griffin’s
interest in the same, to satisfy two Fi Fas from the Jus
tices Court of said County of Houston, in favor of
Win B. Dupree and others against said Charles Grif
fin—Levied on and returned to me by a constable.
No 21. in the 14th Dist. of Houston County. Levi
ed on as the property of Edmund MeLin, to sa tisfy a
Fi Fa, issuing front a Justices Court of Baldwin Conn-* .... , . „ *
ty, in favor of Jilet and Bnchannon. against said Ed- “ ,ttl 1 ‘".1 ° x r ^ d 1 1 n . ar >' b « s fbr^eave^o sell^all the
l.i UUR months afterdate application will be *i/ e
Yt to the honorable the inferior court of Houston
county, when sitting for ordinary purposes, forlesreja
sell the negroes belonging to the estate of John
ley, late of said county, deceased. 5
Aug 20 K. H. LUCKEY, Ad’mr.
F OUR months after date a
to the luf-rior court
e application will be na4g
of Houston county, whtn
niund Mcl-in and Wm. J. McLin—Levied and retur
ned to meby acoustable. GEO. M. DUNCANN-
' Also, will be sold as above,
Lot of Laud, No. 194, in the 5th district of Hous
ton county, containing 202j acres, more or less—levi
ed ou as the property of Adam Poss to satisfy one Fi
Fa from a justices court in Wilkes county, in favor of
Joseph Gatrill vs said Poss. i roperty pointed out by
L. P. Hopper—levy made and returned t-> me by a
constable. JOHN C. MOUNGER, Sheriff.
Oct 7 2
O N the first Tuesday in DECEMBER next, will
be sold before the court-house, in Campbelton.
Campbell county, within the legal hours of sale.
Lot of Land No 59, in the first District, formerly
Carroll, now Campbell county.
Also, on the s une day, before the Court-house in
Gilmer county, Lot No. 50, in the 4th district, first sec
tion Sold as the property of Wiley Heflin, late of
real estate belonging to Elijah Low, late of Morgan
coun'y, deceased, sept 5,1836. 63
MOSES COLLINS, Adm l-onisior.
A OUK months after date we shan u.um
to the honorable the Inferior court ui 1'ikt coun
ty, when sitting for ordinary purposes, for an order to
sell all the real estate of Irby Stamper, late of Pike
_ _ county, wnen su-
Ilenry county, deceased, for the benefit of the heirs tnig for ordinary purposes, for leave to so/1 the real
sept 1 63
M. W. STAMPER,
F OUR months after date application will be made
to the Inferior court of Houston county, sitting
for ordinary purposes, for leave to sell all the real es
tate lying n said county of Houston, and a negro girl
belonging *o the estate of V\ ilham H. Riggins, decia s .
ed, for the benefit of the heirs and creditors of said de
ceased. JOAB W. C. HORN, Adm’r.
F OUR months afterdate, application will be made
to the Inferior Court of Pike county, when i
Terms on the day.
nctl 3 VVTI.EY J. HF.FI.IN. Kx’r
W ILL be sold on thefirst Tuesday will f EM B1R
next, at the court house door in the town of ebu-
Ion, Pike county, between the usual hours oj sale.
Lot of Land, No 139, in the 3d district of original
ly Monroe now Pike county,—sold as the property of
Carlton Greer, deceased, in Marion county, for the
benefit of the heirs and creditors. Terms on the day.
sept27 66 ROBERT GREER, Adm’r.
ift GKLLABLE to an order of the Iuferior CouTt
GEORGIA : Campbell county
W HEREAS Sidney Wilkerson applies to me
for letters of dismission from the Estate fo
Thomas W. Wilkerson,deceased:
These are therefore to cits and admonish all and singi-
lar the kindred and creditors of said deceased, to be ant
appear at mu office icithin the time prescribed by late to
£ ive cause if any they have, why said letters should not
Given under my hand at office, June 11, 1836.
52 t F.. P. BOMAR. c. c. o
M iron Jan. 14.' 29 H. &J. .SHOTWELL.
Gti.n elastic catheters,
Spring lancet blades
do do (moveable but- Gum Lancets,
tons, Medical spoons,
Scarificators, Scales and Weights,
Abscess Lancets, Teeth Files.
The subscribers intend keeping a full assortment of
DRUGS, MEDICINES, PAINTS. OILS, SHOP
FURNITURE, &c. consisting of all artHes in the
Morton’s Pulmonic Expectorant
Far Coughs, Colds, Asthmas. Consumptions and Whoop
A MONG the numerous complaints with which the
human family ?re afflicted, none are more com
mon (ban coughs, colds, &c. and none more fatal in
their results, unless timely care is taken to stop their
progress before they become too firmly seated upon
the lungs. Notwithstanding the many remedies that
have been offered to the public, not any have hereto
fore proved successful in procuring a certain and spee
The proprietor having been an eye witness (for sev
eral years) of the astonishing virtues sf this extraor
dinary Medicine, at length deems it his duty to offer it
to the public, in a way that it may receive a more ex
tensive circulation; and at a price that the poor may
receive the benefit of it as well as the rich.
This syrup is particularly efficacious in removing
coughs arising from colds, attended with hoarseness
and soreness about the windpipe; likewise shortness
of breathing, tightness across the breast, accompanied
with a tickling cough; and in all consumptive cases its
use is particularly recommended, likewise whooping
cough is greatly relieved by its use—children laboring
under this distressing disease in innumerable instan
ces have been astonishingly benefitled in a few duys;
the pleasantness of it is a great advantage, as children
will take it with as much pleasure as they will pre
N. B.—The directions accompanying each bottle
will be signed by Wm L Perkins, the sole proprietor.
Each bottle is sealed with the impression of 'I OR
TON’S PULMONIC EXPECTORANT COUGH
SYRUP, plainly stamped on it.
For certificates, see the directions.
WM I. PERKINS.
We havemst received a fresh supply of the above
and can safely recommend it as a very excellent medi
cine. Oct V 2 H. & J. SHOTWELL. Ag'ts.
T HE undersigned, at the request of Chxki.es P.
Gordon. Esq. deceased, will close his profes
sional business. All communications addressed to me
at Eatonton, Georgia, will be promptly attended to.
Oct 14 3 3t JA3 A MERIWETHER.
Attorney at Law.
4 Jr mix’s Vcgofttbie Tonic Mixture.
■ ■ l Fcret and Ague Conqueror, fur Intermittent or
flj Fever aud Ague. This ieetthntHe. Febrifuge
'hn \f.ijpant<;d itself, by repeated trials, to be superior | ^
re any arflcfc yet offered to the public; it « infallible ii n Vncces«rvfor ihesup'ply of^Tiyricialu,'Plantations
AalniCTmiMCnt and Fever and Agws;4ii recent cases ■ or Fa , lrilies . They will lie supplied with the botthat
. •« . germinates the Chills and Fever in from twenty- can be selected out of the New-York and Philadelphia
v ft nr to forty eight hours; being ofn vegetable eontpo- markets Orders from Merchants an i Physicians
jtifioii, tho public will apprehend nt» injurious effect*
r-lfovi ;1 foteriotis iainer.iL-.; it operates os .a mild bat
effectual nnrgalrre, and may bu given with, great ad-
♦antage iif Dysentery, Bdwel complaints, Depraved
"Appetite,rlatulanev. Juindlee, N'i’.ht Sweats, and
’laitt.* other -iff-’ctrm. rtf simitar origin. Ffir proof of
t* 1 .- <i k<’v.'-ot'yiii* mixture, try a bottle. The inventor
bare ; vote T fie .uaiy unprincipled frauds that are
Ji incticed on the public, has tikeq the precaution
to r 'fix his signature to the genuine., For sale by
- i.tC. j»4 H ,v.l SHOTWELL. Agents
JfTt‘OR i nid Ague—Rowan’s Ton
Jr —Mixture, for sale bv
tyftlse 44 J. H. x-;v. s.
vrillreeeive promnt att'.etion.
Jan 28 31 J. H. & W S. El LIS
Green's Tonic Mixture,
Rjnvand’s Tonic Mixture.
\ 7 GOOD supply of each. Jnstreceived, and for
sale by H. & J. SHOTWELL.
sept 15 64 Opposite Central Hotel, Macon.
persons having demands against the estate of
Selden J. Delantar, late of Pulaski county, de-
ih:—Rowan’s Tonic Mixture ; ceased—and all those indebted to said estate, iviii make
, settlement in ter^s of fee |.,iv, with
-ELUff. 0*4* r ^ELSON CLAYTON, Adm’r
Valnublc Slaves at Auction.
O N the first Tuesday in November next, (1st day,)
will. be sold to the highest bidder, before the
court house door, in the city of Macon.
Twentfj Faluable Stares.
Among them are four able bodied men; two buys,
nearly grown, 17and 18 years of age; five women;
the remainder consists of boys and girls from 8 to 16
years of age.
Tetms—One third cash; one third on tho 25th day
of December next; and the remainder on 12 months’
credit. Two approved securities will be required for
the credit payments. Titles unquestionable—sales
positive. C. L. HOWLAND &Co. Auctrs.
«•* »0 «
i^«. - ■■
A N honest and pious young man as a clerk in a
il. Bookstore. None who cannot produce good
reaonimendations need apply
Oct20 3 _ JAMES S. QLCQTT.
We are authorised to announce the
name of ABNER HAMMOND, Esq. acan-
idate for Tax Collector for the ensuing year.
Aug 52 61
UEoIiUlA : Crawford County.
W HEREAS William B Files and JamesM Tay
lor, administrators of the estate of Alexander
B Taylor deceased, apply to me for letters of dismis-
' >n :
These ere therefore to cite and admonish all and singu
lar the kindred and creditors of said deceased to be ami
appear at my office within the time prescribed by law, tu
shew cause if any they hate, why said letters should not be.
Given under my hand, at office, this 5th Jnly, lW3f,
54 t B. F. LANE, d. c. c. o.
GEORGIA. Pike County:
IIEREAS,James H. Christian,adminis-
trato/ of the estate of Nathan Baker, late of
said county, deceased, applies to me for letters of dis
These are therefore, to cite and admonish all and sing
ular the kindred and creditors of said deceased, to shew
cause (if any they have,) within the time prescribed by
lav, why said letters should not be granted.
Given under mv hand.atoffice, this 13th July, 1836.
July 21 56t II. G. JOHNSON, c. c. o.
of Monroe county, will be sold on the first Tues
duyin DECEMBER next, within the legal hours of
sale, before the court house door, in the town of Jack
son, Butts countj ;
One lot of land, number (30) thirty, in the 4th dis-
tri.etof formerly Monroe, now Butts county, contain
ing 202j acres more or less, adjoining lands of Richard
Nolen and others, belonging to the estate of Daniel
Tomlinson, deceased. Sold for the benefit of the heirs
of said deceased. Terms made known on the day.
sept 28 1 WILLIAM GILMORE, Adm’r
O N the first Tuesday in DECEMBER next, at the
court house door in Twiggs county, to the highest
Lot No, not known in said county, containing 202j
acres more or less, it being the placti whereon llosea
W. Sullivan, deceased, formerly lived,—sold for the
benefit of the heirs of said deceased. Terms made
known on the day of sale, sept 8 64
in right of his wife.
Guardian for Berry Sullivan
and personal estate of Samuel Leak, late of said coun
iG ARLINGTON LEAK. ) „ .
JANE LEAK, Executrix.
August 29 62
F OUR months after date, application will be nude
to the Inferior court of Bibb county, sitting tor
Ordinary purposes for leave to sell the real estate ol
Benjamin Parker, late of said couuty deceased,
sept 8. BUR WELL PARKER. Adm.
F OUR months attar date.appli ’ion will be made
to the honorable the inferior court of Houston
county, when sitting for ordinary purposes, for leave
te sell lot number 118, in the J2lh district of said coun
ty. being the real estate of Jeremiah McCormick, de
ceased, for the benefit of said estate,
sept 12 64 JOHN R S ENTER FIT, adm’r
F OUR Months after nate, application will be made
to the honorable Inferior court of Crawford coun
ty, for leave to sell all the real estate of \\ ni. J. Wayn-
man, late ofsaid county, deceased, for the benefit cf
the heirs. ALEX. M. K. SWIFT, Adm’r.
sept 5. 1836. 65
F OUR months after date, application will be made
to the Inferior < ourt of Butts County, sitting
for ordinary purposes for leave to sell the real estate
of Dennis Mc’Carty, late of said County deceased.
Oet 2l«t. 4 DAVID MARTIN. Adrnr.
* */ILL be sold, before the courthouse, within the
f f legal hours of sale, on the first Tuesday in
DECEMBER next, at Lagrange, Troup county, Lot
No. 76,' in the 4th district of said county.
And on the first Tuesday in January next, at Ma
con. Bibb county, part of Lots No. 67 and 70, in the
13th district of formerly Monrce, now Bibb, lyiu.
on the waters of the Tobesofkee ; sold as the property
of Christiana Scott, for the benefit of all concerned.
Terms on thg day.
JOSHUA JORDAN, j 1V|tffew
«»»t 2 05
W HEREAS, Alfred Buffington, guardian of the
orphans of Jacob Buffington, late of Monroe
county, deceased, applies for letters of dismission.
These are, therefore, to cite and admonish all and
singular the kindred aud creditors of said orphans to
shew cause, if any they can, within the time prescrib
ed by law why ho should not be dismissed from the
guardianship of said orphans.
Given nndermy hand at office this 22d Sept. 1836.
66 t H. G. JOHNSON, c. c. o.
W HEREAS Alfred McGee applies to me for let
ters of dismission from the estate of William
Lacy; also Alexander M K. Swift applies for letters of
dismission from the estateof William J. Waynman,—
both of said county, deceased—
These are therefore to cite and admonish all and singu
lar the kindred and creditors of said deceased to be and
star at my office icithin the time prescribed by law to
w cause if any they can why said letters should not he
Given under my hand, 5th Sept, 1836.
B. F. LANE, n. c. c. o.
GEORGIA : Crawford county.
W HEREAS, Jones Hicks and Gracy
Ilicks, applies for letters of Dismission fror
the estate nf Daniel Hicks, late of said county, dec’i
Thtscarc therefore to cite and admonish alland sing
lar the kindred and creditors of said deceased to be ann
- otar at my office within the time prescribed by late, to
w cause if any they hate, why said letters should not b<
Given under my hand at office, this^thday of Sep
m 64+ ' ~ ~
WE are authorized to announce
DEMI’SEY J. CARR, Esq. a candidate for
Reciver of Tax Returns. 3 oct 20
GEORGIA, Campbell County:
W HEREAS, John H Coryell applies to me for
Letters of dismission from the estate of Tuni-
eon Coryell,deceased ;
These are therefore to cite and admonish all and sin
gnlar the kindred and creditors ofsaid deceased, to be
and appear at my office withjn the time prescribed by
law, to show cause, if any they have, why said letters’
should not be granted.
Given under my hand at office, this 23d day of
Sept. 1836. 1 t F.. P. BOMAR. c. c «.
TSM^IIEREAS Saradel Pool applies to me for let-
v V ters of dismission from the administration on
theestate of Richard Bullock, deceased,
These are therefore to cite and admonish nil and
singular the kindred and creditorj ofsaid deceas
ed, to be and appear at my office, icithin the firm
prescribed by laic, to show cause, if any they have
why said letters should not be granted.
Given, under my hand, this 30th day of Sept. 1836
oet ft IF B. F. LANE. n. c.c. o
S IX months after date. I shall apply to tho Justi
ces of the Inferior Court of Jones county, sitting
for ordinary purposes, for Dismission from the Guar
dianship of tiic orphans of Philip Lightncr. late ofsaid
county, deceased. TIMOTH'
June 4 mp
ILL be sold, at the late residence ol Allen
Christian, late of Pike county, deceased, on
the24th day of December next,all the personal proper
ty beloneingto said estate.
Consisting of Horses, Hogs, Cattle, Household and
Kitchen Furniture. &c.
Also, in the town of Zebulon, on tho first Tuesday in
January next: One Lot and one Fraction of land, be
ing the same whereon said deceased lived, and Four
Negroes, being the whole of the real estate ofsaid de
ceased Terms of sale, made known on the days.
MARY A. W. CHRISTIAN. Adm’x.
sept 22 65
O N the first Tuesday in DECEMBER next will be
sold before the cour house door in the t wn of Mc
Donough. under an order nf the Inferior court of Fay
ette county when sitting for ordinary purposes.
u Lot No 27, in the third district of Ifenry county;
also, 175 acres in the same county and district. No 6,
it being part of the real estate of Abner Champion,
late of Fayette county deceased.—sold for the benefit
of the heirs and creditors of said deceased, sept 7
WILLIS CHAMPION. Adm’r.
64 FRANCIS CHAMPION, Adm’rx
P URSUANT to the last will and testament of
Nathan Williams, late of Butts county, deceased,
will be sold before the Court House door in Jackson,
on the first Tuesday in December next:
Two negro women, a negro man and five children,
all likely, the plantation on which the deceased resided
at the time of his death, in high cultivation und well im
proved ; a cotton gilt, fin and thresher.
Also will be sold on the following day. at the late
residence of the deceased 1 road wagon and 6 head of
horses, a considerable stock of cattle, hogs, and sheep.
Also, a large quantity of corn fodder ami oats, farming
utensils, household and kitchen furniture, and various
other articles of perishable property. Terms made
known on the day of sale.
NATHAN II. WILLIAMS, ? Vr .
STEPHEN W PRICE, $ l x n ‘
sept 1 62
t .OKU IA—Houston county.
IIEREAS John Bryan and Achilles
S. Edgeworth apply for letters of adtninietra
tion on the estate of Little Bryan, deceased.
Thesearc thereforcto cite and admonish all and singu
lar, the kindred and creditors of said deceased, to be auil
appear at my office icithin the time prescribed by law, to
shew cause, if any they can, why said, letters should notlc
Given under my hand at office, this 17th Oct. 1836
3 C. H. RICE. c. c.o
GEORGIA, Butts County.
HERE AS, George L. Thompson ap-
w ¥ plies to me for Letters of Administration on
the estate of Green B. Reeves, late of said county,
These arc therefore to cite and admonish all and singu
lar the kindred and creditors of said deceased to h and
appear at my office within the time prescribed by law to
shew cause if any they can why said letters should nolle
Given under my hand at office this 17th dav ofOcto-
ber, l«3fi. 3 JOHN McCOR D. 'c. c. o.
‘■'TNDER. anord. r oftheHon. Inferior Court ofTal*
,.|U bot county sitting for ordinary purposes, will be
sold at the Court House, within the usual hours of sale
On the 1st Tuesday in JANUARY, next at the
Court House. Talbot county, five Negroes, two Negro
women two children aud one negro man.
Also on the 1st Tuesday in FEBRUARY' next, at j
the Court House in Sumter county, one lot of Pine ,
land, No. ‘Ml in the 23th Dist. originally Lee. now
Sumte 1 couuty. all sold as the property of John Rilev,
late of Talbot county deceased for the use of the heirs
of said decease. Terms made known on the day of
sale- JOSEPH RILEY, Adm’k
Oct. 1836. 4
W HEREAS Johi..Blackstone applies to me for let
ters of administration ou the estate of Elbert
Powell, late of said comity, deceased.
These arc therefore to cite and admonish alt persons
concerned to be and appear at my office within thelime pre
scrib'd by /aw, to shew cause if any they hare, why said
application should not be granted.
Given under mv hand this 17th October, 1636
4 W. H. BROOKS, c. c o-
THE Subscribers have taken that com
modious and well known public house in
the City of Macon,—the Hdshington'Hall,
lately occupied by Mr. M. D. Husoth—
By the unremitting attention of both of
them, they flatter themselves that their House will ob
tain for them a general patronage from the Public.—
They have secured the valuable services of a Lady,
whose reputation as a manager of a public house, is
inferior to no one in the State.
Their tables will be furnished with the best the coun
try affords, and their bar with the choicest liquors.
The Stables are attended by careful and experienced
Ostlers. MUSTIAN & MOTT.
Feb 5 J835 36
W ILL be sold to llis highest binder, at the iuuse
of David Martin in Butts County, ou Saturday
the 10th of DEECEMBLR next, all the perishable
property belonging to the estate of Dennis McCarty,
late of said County deceased. Consisting of one Sor
rel Mare, Saddle aud Bridle, one Conk shell, and
one Pocket book. Terms made known on the day.
■ Oct. 21.1636. DAVID .MARTIN, Adntr.
ILL be sold before Court House door at Jack-
^PPLE VINEGAR for sale by
J. Hi. &W. 8. ELLIS.
son, Butts County, on the first Tuesday in JAN
A negro boy named Norris, also 50 acres more or
less of land, the same being a part of lot No. 96. in the
second Dist, originally Henry, now Butts County,
also, lot No 128, in 2d dist originally Heury now Butts,
containing 202A acres of land—sold by order of the
Comtof Ordinary of Butts County, for the benefit of
the heirs of James Anderson, late of Butts County
Also will be sold as above, at Rome, Floyd County,
on the first Tuesday in FEBRUARY next,
Lot No. 749, in the 3d Dist. and fourth Section of
originally Cherokee, now Floyd County, containing
40 acres more or less.
JOHN ANDERSON 7 . .
DAVID KIMBALL j Admre '
Oct. 17tb, 1825. 4
T HIS establishment is now under the control ot
the subscribers, who pledge themselves to ren
dor comfortable those who may call on them.
PETER J. WILLIAMS,
Feh25 35 JOHN D- RAMEY.
THE Jackson Acad-
A Ciny wiil go into operation
the ensuing year, under the
charge of the Rev. W. A.
FLORENCE and LADY, of
iiizl ly approved qualifications,
aving the advantage of a
hemical, an Astronomical and
I'hilosophical apparatus, they
will be able to give thorongh in
struction in all the branches ot
Music, Painting and the Fine Arts will be taught—
also, the Latin and Greek Languages.
Tho highly reputable character of Mr. and Mrs
Florence as teachers, cannot fail to elicit for the insti
tution a liberal patronage, and to place it, ill point o.
celebrity, at feast, upon a level with any similar insti
tution in the State . ...
The moral and healthy condition of the village will
afford an additional inducement to parents and guar
dians from abroad to send their children; for the ac
commodation of whom boarding may be had, either in
private families or at regular boarding houses, at fee
most reduced prices. WILEY W. GAITHER.
Jackson. Oct 14 tljnn Sec Board of Trus._
Brought to Macon Jail,
/■&N the 5th inst. four negro fellows, viz. lal l ee ’
mLv about 25 years old. black complexion, about nvo
feet8 inches high. also. Lewis, between30 allll yr
years old, black complexion and stoutly built, about
feet 7 inches high. They say they belong to Ktlkrw
& Taylor;—Kilkreese lives in Charleston, fe. t • a “
Taylor in Marengo county, Ala. Also, 6pencer, -
bout 18 years old. black complexion and slender Dun ,
about 5 feet 5inches high; lie says lie is the proper
of Thomas Cole of Montgomery, Aia. George, a-
bont 45 or 50 years old, black complexion, about o
feet high; he says he belongs to Solomon Pope o
Lowndes county,'Ala. The owners of t> e above ne
groes are requeued to some forward, prove proper j.
I pay charges and take them away. a
|t Ocx20 3 4t GEORGE I. PITTS, Jatfer.