s iTURBAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 11, 1834.
Whole No. 449<J
Jliitl Dyspeptic Pills.
PREPARED HY H. JAMES, NEW.YORK.
1 NOR 20 yearn past the subscriber lifts suffered
? continually from u costive habit, which h»s
been a great part of the time aoCompanied by
[,U not presentciI previous to that day, will »e v ere heudach. lie has made known his com.
j,L persons having any demandsagainst the
[estateof FrancisJuliuetiu, dec. arerequest-
L deliver ihem.in, properly attested, on or
Ire the first day of October next All nc
efnsed payment by the undersigned execu-
; the Hon. the Justices of the Inferior Court,
sitting for ordinary purposes.
To all whom it may concern.
[here**, John Dillon administrator of 1 .
V\ Dillon, late of Chatham county dec.'has
toned the Hon. court of ordinary, to vc dis
ked from his said administration,
btv, these uic therefore to cite and ndmon.
plaint to several emlncif physicians, withom ex.
periencing any benefit from their prescriptions
in the month of December fast, becoming seri
i day of December next ensuing, otherwise
[•rs dismissory will be granted to the peti-
fitness the Hon. John Cumming, one of the
|ices of the said court, this 1 lilt day of June,
S. M BOND, c c o.
Iy Eli,job Maker, ch rk of the Court of Ordi
lnary tor the county of Liberty.
Vltcreas William I aw,,Esq applies to be dis
Led from his administration .on the estate of
Lis Carter, late of said count)', dec.
I'liese hi e therefore to cite and admonish all
sons concerned to file their Objections (if any
y have) in my office, within the time presen-
1 by law ; or otherwise tilt saul applicant will
dismissed from his said administration. .. ...
iiven under my bund and seal, this 3d day ol a,ul 1 ® v,c ' llt ) mve ** ee *
v A D 1824 trussing dyspeptic symptoms by
* • * * p H i KKK f c o ut u nipp. nil hti
mil no *’
VI a v TittiM, 1824.
Ga'-dimr Tufts vs JWc/ii L'ruger.
O N Motion of \V VV Gordon, plaintiffs At
torney suggesting thede.ith of the plaintiff',
and slu ing that toe defendant hath n moved out
of the State,so that scire facaias to make the ex-
editor of the pluintilfa party, r.ilnnot he served
. . n on him—Ordered, that the deftiUlanl do appear
ottsly alarmed, bv the regular but constant in*! or before the first, day of the next term ot
crease of the disorder, ho wits induced to com-1‘his court, to shew cause if any he hath, why
mence the use of the ab^ve named pills, which ! Elias Heed, the executor of the plaintiff ahull
were highly i-eenmmfnded its a vimedy lit Ins I not he made a party, and why he shall nUdtave
complaint, —lie began to take them with very lodgment against the said defendant. And it is
little confidence as to their’efficacy, ami under further ordered that the said rule be published
the expectation that he should not be able to once a month for three mint-It*.
g ive them a fair trial, as his stomach, heretofore, Extract from the minutes this 7th June 1824.
ad rejected every kind of medicine Another . ^A. II. FANNIN, Clerk,
circumstance Which taught him to expect very jttnc 17 §m!38
little benefit, was that he hlul found it necessary months after dale, application will he
'Imode to the Honorable the Inferior Court
lirvan Count', for leave to set! all the real
— , r .,tate of Sarah M’Kindley, lute <»f Bryan county
of thetpllls, as directed, every evening for iWeit- j ,| (x . f 0P t |, e benefit of the heirs and creditors of
ty days, without experiencing any considerable estate,
inconvenience, or perceiving any benefit from 1
them, lie was then directed to increase the
number, until some degree of nausea was pro
duced; the dose was accordingly increased un
til he took six pills every evening; they soon
began to act as a gentle and perfect luxative;
the dose was diminished in the same gradual
manner in which it had been increased, and it is
now’foriy days since a very obstinate nod dis
tressing complaint has yielded to this mild plan
of t leument.
The subscriber does therefore, unsolicited,
most cheerfully recommend the unii-dispeptic
stv, ittesc ate inorerore to cue titut nornon- , -— ■ .— ais 1
II and singular the kindred and creditors ake more than an ordinary dose ol
tesaid deceased,‘to dile their objections (if “")• oadmrttc, betoreit would produce the dun tv „f Ur
Ihey have,) to the granting of letters (lismisf cd cHeot .' »«• ) u,wever - wwmenced taking two Estat
to the petitioner, in llte-cler'k’s office,''-p-
said Court of Ordinary, on or before tlte
\/| R WILLIAM TURNF.lt, ftaVin# nsulghed
to the subscribers all his stock in trade,
debts, Sic in behoof of his creditors generally,
it is requested that those indebted make imme
diate payment, and those having claims will
please render them to Mr Thomas Miller, Who
is ii'Ppoiuted their agent to dispose of the stock,
which comprises a general assortment of
Seasonable Dry GoodS>
and will tie sold, wholesale or in retail, at very
reduced prices, lor cash only
JOHN II REID,
Assignees of\Vm. Turner.
apnt 14 86
BAKU A INS.
r HP. stork of Dry Goods, which formerly be
longed to Mr Wiiliam Turner, is now sel
ling olfat (inces much under cost,
r TTiajn-i 11 • 'aBT!
LcoSgirti—ChutUaifi n ouiitj.
[the lion, the Justices of the Inferior Court
sitting for ordinary purpoaesa.
pHKRKAS Linus P. Sage administrator oi;
' Sprague Taylor, deceased, lta> petitioned
lionoi aole Court of Ordinary to be disclturg
Urn his said administratiooship
[litHC (ire therefore to cite and admonish al!
[singular the kindred and creditor* of the
[deceased, to file their objections (if and
have) in the uliice of Abe clerk of the Court
[iinttry. oh or before the 1.1th dny olMatiUtt
[jest ensuing the date hereof; otherwise
Vs dismissory will be granted to tlte appii-
(nets the honorable Thomas N. Morel one
i Justices of tlte auiil Court this 13th day of
IA. I). one thousand eight hundred and
S. M. BON’D, ceo.
13 150. •
Executive Deportment, Geo.
MlLLKDGEVtLl.K, 21st Nov. 1823.
(hjlM)EREI), I'hat tlte sub joined Resolution
'CJ lie published once a month, in ciidl of tlte
Gazettes of this ^tute, until the next General K-
Attest, ELIS If V WOOD, Sec'ry
IN SENATE, 12th Nov. 1823
pills to those who may have atilfered like him-j Wiikiibab it, is desirable to ascertain the wish-
self; and lie avails himself of this method to as-jes of the Citizens of this state, as to the mode of
sure, them, tlvat from ho other treatment has lie choosing Sectors of President and Vice Presi-
experienced such (terfect relief.
From the above certificate no doubts can ex
ist in the minds of tlu ullhclcd, us to the utility
and value of this remedy. Mai.y persons in tins
tiered iW>m lim
its use. It is
not recummemlcd as a cure, all but to tliose di-
eases appertaining to dyspeptic only.
A freih supply just received per Wil him Wa’-
: ce and for sale ny
LAY y DENDI«CK«ON,
a tig 12 163
. JUltE 24th, 1824;
NOTICE is hereby given to tli6 proprietors
of the six per cent stock of I8i3 lotto of Si 6
000,000, and loan of SJ7,500,000, that books will
be opened at the Treasury of the UuUfcd Stales
and ut the several loan offices, oil the first day of;
July next, io continue open until the llr-t day of
October thereafter, for receiving subscriptions
for such parts of said stock as shall; on the day
of subscription, stand on Hie books bfthe Trea
sury, and on those of tlte loan otficdl respective'
ly, pursuttntto the provisions of tHe art of Con
gress psssed the 26th of May, 1824, entitled ‘ art
act to authorise the Secretary of the Treasury
to exchange a stock bearing an iiiterest of oiir
and a hall percent for certain stocks bearinear
interest of aij^per cent.” “
The subscription may be made by the propn
etora of the btock, either in person or bv their
attorneys duly authorized to subscribe and ran t.
I fer it to tlte United States.
_ The certificates are tq be surrendered at the
time of making the subscriptions.
(ieorgiu—Chatham Courtly. My 27 tu6 VVM - H - ci *awj?oud. a
By the It... the Justicesof the Inferior Court of moi.itis alter date application Wilt bd
said county s,thug hW ordinary purposes, made to the honorable the Inferior VoWt
W m.'HiJfto.r. ll0m • . . ,,fC|,a " lam ‘“hfensetting for ordinary
‘ 7> ce < “dmlmstratof (lurpnses, for permission to sell the follow?^
of David II. I hompson, dec has petioned real estate, for the benefit bfthe heirs an5
'' ,nc *i e the Justtcca of the Inferior credetors of the estate of N. 3 Bayard tlecew-
Court, sitting for ordinary purposes to be dis- ed,viz: J ueceas
charged fi'om the admii.isi.alion aforesaid. one undivided fourth ofa Irect of Lttttd. con*
Now these are therefore-to cite and admonish uin.ng about 500 acres, on Cumberland Island,
all and singular the kindred and creditors of the Camden County, known as Plurtt Orchard-Md
said deejo file their objections, if arty thejt have an undivided fourth ofa certain Tract rind
The Proprietor of the
The Temple ot* Fashion.
the pleasure of informing the public
erally, that lie still continues to carry on
hislJBfncss, No. 226, King elreet, opposite the
Former'» Hold. t
Wigs and Ornamental dlair manufactured On
the mo#t improved principles.
Patent Elsstic Springs, so judiciously arrattg-
dent of the United States;
lie it lliertfore resolved by the Senate anti House
of ltc/>rci.entatives of the Stale of Georgia in Gen
eral ssembly met, That it shall be the duty of
the Magistrates who shall preside ut the several
Elections to he held in the ditterent counties of
tills Stat^forthe choice of members of the le
gislature, at the next Gefteral fclection therein,
to- propose to each ar.4 every voter ut the time
of receiving his vote, whether he desires that
the choice ol said Electors shall be confined to
the people or retained by the Legislature,,and to
request such voter to signify such desije bv en-
di ruing on his tifcket, the word People or Legis
lature, according to tit.- truth bfthe until uf the
fact; and on c.i^.uiiingout the ballots, to annex
to the return iT the said election by them so
transmitted to tlte Executive Department, a true
Statement of the yoteS so given, to the end that
the same may he laid before the next Legisla*
Hire by Ins Excellency the Governor
Jlr.dbe it fat ther resolved, That his Excellency
tlte Governor be and he is hereby reqtn sted to
cause this resolution to be published without de
lay, in the several tlazettesof.ihis Slate, and ti
in my office on 6r before the 16th day of Sept
next, otherwise letters diamissors will be grant
ed to the np|diraitt
Witness the lion. John Cumming, one of the
Justices of said Uourtthia 16th day of March, A.
S M. BOND, c c o.
match 16 26
Ily the liouorablc the Justices of the Inferior
Court of said County, sitting for ordinary pur.
To all whom it may concern,
yy IIEUEAS W in M, Green, Administrator of
o,,ce a un -
!::"’ l ° d . iHCOVer lhe Slishtt:St |U,Bsib:e 8,mde in Ueutf and agreed tn unanimously.
by tlte t,ofi
e Justices of the Inferior Court’, silling for
To all whom it may concern,
tereas Hubert Tnylor.admi.dstrutor of Wm
elley, late of Savannah, merchant dec. has
onedto the honorable the court of Ordina*
be discharged li om his said administration
ese are therefore to cite and admonish all
singular the kindred and creditors of the
deceased, to file thfejr objection*, (if any
have) in the clerks office of litesuid court,
r betore the 8th day of December next;
wise letters dismissory yvill be granted to
tness the Honorable John P. Williamson,
f the Justices of the said court, this 8th day
tie, A.D. 1824.
S. M. BOND, c c o
e 8 134
Likewise Gentlemen’s Toupees, commonly
called Scratches, with silver and still springs,
nature being in every case his only guide.
He iilsn has the pleasure to inform the public
that he has become the agent ofTmiMAS QtmfKj
Wig Maker of New-York, an I tvifi constantly
keep for sale his Ladies’ and Gentlemens, Gre
cian Cropped Wiggs.
All orders qnd measures enclosed to 226 King
street, wilt be attended to .with punctuality and
N. R. .Inst received hy the ship Niagara,.a
general assortment of HA ill WORK of tlic la
test fashion. Gentlemens' Hair Cut and Dress-
cd in most recent London and Puriaiun modes.
A general assortment ot PKHFUMJiltY for
sale at all times at the above establishment.—
Those persona residing at a distance who have
left orders at this establishment, are hereby in
formed, Uiut they are generally ready for de
(Ej* The editors of (he Snvntinah Hepub.icau,
LL persona having demattcs against the
[estate of the late Hugh M'Call, Esq. dec’d
requested to band them in for payment, and
p indebted to the estate will pleuse make
THUS M'CALL, ? E >
t’HILIP BttASCH, 5
ly 11 150 . •
Augusta Chronicle, and Columbia Telescope, are
requested to publish the above once a week for
thiee weeks, apd forward their accounts to No.
226 King.strcet, Charleston;
aug 12 163 *
!. asp’ 11 !
•s of tit |
t in 1
day 0 1
SUUG1A—Chatham County—To all whom
lit may concern. Whereas Alexand^r^M.
lor, administrator of John Scott, deceased,
petitioned the Honorable the Justices of the
fior Court, sitting for Ordinary purposes to
pscharged from bis said administration,
ptv these are therefore to cite and admonish
nd singular the kiitdred and creditors of the
deceased, to file their objections, t,if any
[have) in the Clerk’s office, of the Court
tlinary, on or before the 6th day of Decern-
Itext; otherwise letters of dismissory will
fitness the honorable Edward Harden, one
Le Justices of the said tvurt, the 6th day of
A. D. 1824.
S. M. BOND, c c o.
Ly 6- 106
[<L persons indebted to the es<ate ot Alex-
ander Martin, late of Liberty county, de
fed, are requested to make immediate pay
RICHARD F. BAKER,
WILLIAM 11 MARTIN,
r -<> "‘•■s V9
wERY valuable tract of Land in Liberty
County, situate on the Sunbury Road, two
land a half from Riceboroogn; containing
Lundred and ten acres. This land is very
Jlile for Cotton, Rice and Corn, and as well
Ibted for that culture as any land in the
I'y f l l'e conditions are low and reasonable;
i are between seventy and eighty acres
lj;d and under fence, there is also a good
lung house, and all necessary out building-
Pe premises—guarantee titles will be given
T purchaser, no incumbrances lying on said
f further particulars apply to Capt Joseph
8 m Lioerty Countv, or to
IEDWAKD U. BAKER,
ffllDwnerin McIntosh county.
agreed t * unanimously.
HUM AM STOCKS, President.
In the House of Jiepresentatives, 14(A Jfov 1823.
Read ami cotKttrirdin *
DAVID AI1AMS, Speaker, .
Approved, lbth Nov. 1823.
G. M. TltoUl*, Governor,
United States, District of
7jy the DisTiticT count,
Acriiiisx Tkiim, 1824.
rk<HE following persons having been drawn
' ft and summoned to serve as Grand and I’eut
Jurors at said Court, having tailed to attend—It
is ordered that they he fined according to law,
tthless they shall Vnake sufficient excuses, on
oath to the Clerk, oii' or before the 2d Tuesday
in November, next
Grand Jurors,—Archibald Smith, Frederick
S. Fell, J. P, Henry, George Gordon, Joseph
Habersham, Jan.es Hunter, Robert Habersham,
Charles Kelsey, Alexander Telfair, Benjamin
Petit Jurors.— Wm. P. Clark, C. H. Hayden,
John Gribben, Reuben G. Taylor, and John F.
Extract from the minutes.
GEO. GLEN, Clerk.
aug 14 ol64
For Sale, or to Rent.
The uucxpired lease (&/ears).and im-
provements, on the house and lot known
as the Little Man’s. Garden, situated, in the City
of Augusta, Ellis street , near the corner of Cen
tre street, and the market, having all the conve
niences for a Confectionary factory on a large
scale, besides a dry house, an oven, and bakery,
—there is also an Ice house in good order,
wherein 15 to 18 tons of Ice can he secured for
For terms, apply to P. P. TIIOMASSON,
Esq. Savannah, or to H. BOUYEll, or on the
aug 26 fn169
Ge oTgta—(’hatham County.
I'o all whom it may concern.
HERE AS John M'Nisli has applied to
. the Hon the Court bf oMinary of Chat
ham county for.lettera. of odrniitistratmii (with
the will annexed) on (lie estate and effects of
William Cvaig late of Savannah merchant dec’d.
These are therefore to cite aiitl admonish all'
and singular the kindred and creditors (if the
said deceased, to file their objections (if any 1
they have) to the granting of the administration
of Hie estate of the deceased to the applicant in
the Clerk’s Office of the said Court, on or before
.lie thirteenth day of September next; otherwise
letters of administration will be granted.
Witness the llon Jobn I* Williamson Esq one
of the Justices of the said Court the thirty first
day of August, A D 1824.
SM BOND, coo.
gept 2 172
Thomas F Purse & ail “1 '
and V IN EQUITY.
Richard R Cuyler, ex’r. |
Wni Shatv, deceased. J
I N this case, on .the suggestion in the defend.
ant’s answer, that certain persons not parties
to this bill,residing in Scotland, claim to be en
titled to a distribution of pavt of the undivided
eRtate of Wm Shaw, deceased, ntnl o t motion,
it is ordered that all persons concerned do ap
pear before the Superior Court of Chatham
Count in the term of January next, tnen and
there to establish such their claims; and in de-
fault thereof, that the undivided estate of the
said Wih Shaw, be distributed among the cum
phinants agreeably to the decree of said Cour
and that this rule be published once a month
until the expiration thereof.
Extract from the minutes this 7th day of June,
A. B. FANNIN, Clerk.
June 17 4t138
William Shaw deceased lilts petitioned the
Mon. Court of Ordinary, to be discharged from
his said executorship.
Thct (are therefore to,cite and admonish all
and singular the kindred and creditors of the
said deceased, to file tbeir objections (if ftny
they have) in tlte office of the clerk of the
Court of Ordinary on or be lore the 13th day o
January next ensuing the date hereof, otherwise
situated on said Island, Containing about 500
acres, originally granted to Gem Leo.hlahd.Mc’-
Intosh, and bounded on the south by the said
Plum Orchard Tract.
Also a plantation exiled Lottery Hill situate
on the Ogeechee Road, 3 miles from Savannah,
containing about 600 acres. '
K’. J BAYARD,
noviO 2U ^ m ‘rest.N.S. Bayard.
Chatham Superior Court.
d^tEORGE JOHNSTON and others, cumjdaint
Mary Fleming, dec -lias applied to the era, defendants.^ eJulWn itlaPj^ofctS*
Honorable the Court of Ordinary, to be dis- Chathm County, May term, 1824 P . '
chatged from the administration atoresatd. It appearing to the Court bv affidavit that Pe-
Now, therefore these are tn cite and admon- ter Vanburgh Livingston and’Harriet E Living
tsh all and singular the kindl ed and credito: a of stun, who are parties defendant reside bevnn
the sa ; d Mary Fleming, dec. to file their objec the state of Georgia,' a„2 titbin he Un e
linns (if any they have) in tlie Clerk's office of States on tiiotion Of complainants solicitor it
said Court, on or belore the tenth of September ordered that the said defendant do respUivi
next, otherwise letter diumssory will be grant, appear and answer the complainants bi l with
ed. and the saul W illiam H. Green be discharged four months from the date of this rule And
tr..m all claims whatever, ttaadministrator ot the is fhrther ordered that this rule be nublished
Sa, ll d , ec ' ,, , ti z* i - n *, , once a week during four months From ti.;.
W itness the honorable Edward Harden, one
of the Justices of the said Court this 19th day of
March, A.D 1824.
S. M. BOND, c t o.
march 10 57
• - c.u months from this date
in one of the public Gazettes of this State.
Extric't from the Minutes,
June 6 13. * ».»*««•». (S«fc
V. INb muntha alter <i:ue application Will be
, L ; , m »de to the honorable the Judges of the
°. f (: j for lw»ve to Sell
By the Hon the Justices of the Inferior Court all the real estate of'tVm Qubbedge decM to he
fitting for ordinary purposes. sold for the benefit of the-lieirs and’rnndl^*.
HEREA8 Richard R, Cuyler, executor of said estate.
.Bryan County, June 17 Administrator.
A LL persons indebted to the estate of Eliza*
beth Fell late ef Chatham County, deceased*
arc requested to make immediate payment to
^ dismissory will be granted to the peti-
Witness the Honorable Thomas N. Morel, one
of the Justices of the said Court, this 13th day
of July, A.D. 1824.
S. M. BOND, c c o.
N INE mofithsafter date, application will be
made to the Inferior CCurt of Effingham
County,for leave to sell all the real property be
longing to the estate uf tlte late Rev Jtto Beck,
dec lying in paid county, for the benefit of the
heirs and creditors.
april 16 88
r BMlF, public at-, informed that the Subscribers
8 have located and formed a connexion in
Jacksonboro, Scriven County, t .a Where one
tit them may at all times be found except when
professionally engaged elsewhere. They pur-
pose to attend the several courts of the several
Counties Scriven, Bnrke and Jefferson—also
those of Richmond, Warren and Emanuel. Tltet
hope by close application, und-a due attention
to the business of their profession, to merit and
receive a share of the public patronage. Bu-
stpess confided to their care .will be thankfully
received and punctually attended to
JAMES B LEWIS
JPSIAH S PATTERSON.,
may 22 120
demands duly authenticated, ttt
• t sen PET EUSHICK, Ex’or.
july 13 150
1JWIVE months after date, application will be
made to the Hon. the Inferior Court of Bui-
loch c ounty, when sitting for ordinary purposes
to sell all the real and personal estate of Allen
Denmark, deC’d, flit- the benefit of the heirs and
creditors, ROBERT BURTON, Adm'r.
Mary denMark, Adm’x.
rjXHE undersigned [iaving formed a connection
8 in the practice of tjte law, will attend to
coses in all the Courts of the Flint Circuits, and
in the adjoining counties of the Ocmulgee and
OLIVER H. PRINCE,
EDWARD D. TRACY
Reference in Savannah to C. W. Uockwkm, 8t
Macon, June 4,1824.
july3 146 '
Brought to Jail.
I N Savannah on the 15: h inst. a negro man who
says his name is Harry and that he belongs
to Josephus Love ofGreen County, Georgia, and _ , _
that he rahaway from him near vvarrir.gton a- nouthwardly by lands of Williama/betontung to
bout tlie first of June, lie is 5feet9J inches high the estate of James liny d, and to be sold lor. the
and about 25 years of age. | benefit of the heirs ;md creditors of t-aid estate.
IjXilNE months after the date hereof, npplica
iJNi lion will be made to the Inferior,Court when
sitting for ordinary' purposes, fjr leave to.sell
all that lot or part of j- rouiul in-the District of
White Bluff, County of Uhallmm, containing 50
acres, more or less, bound not thwardlv und
castwardly by lands, late John Poullen, and
By -the.Honorable the Court of Ordinary wr said
(I 7 HERE AS Robert Burton; administrator of
T v the estate of Stephen Denmark deed, bath
applied to the said Court for letters dismissory
from said administration.
These are therefore to cite and admonish all
and singular the kindred and’creditors of th£
said deceased, to file their objections (if any
they have) in the office of the Clerk of thi
Court within the time prescribed by law, other
wise letters dismissory will be granted the ab
Witness the Honorable Sheppard Williams^
one Qf the Justices of said Court, this 3d June*.
Pure Calcined Mngneaiafa new
T HIS Medicine has been prepared by the New
York Chemical Manufacturing Company,
and is said to tip equal to the celebrated article
made by the Messrs Henry’s. Many persons in
this city who have usrit.thix remedy' give it a de
cided^ preference over all others. Families are
solicited to give it a trial as it conies much
cheaper than Henry's; beittg neatly put up in
bottles at 37 j, cents each,, and for sale only, by
LAY Ik HENDRICKSON,
Chemists and D.uigi-hs,
sept 2 .172 *
I N possession of a negro man after heir g ar
rested &. taken, under a warrant for Larceny
a Blue Close bodied Coat, together . with some
[otfier articles of huie value, which he confess’d
to have stolen but does nut know from whom
the oilier or (ranters hy prnvcing their property
c o have the same by p*> tog For this advertise
mein, on application at the office of.
ely Kennedy, ctroBc.
ttottle8, Corks, Dru<*8, kc. be.
OUFEUIOR Velvet Corks, Wine pint bottle^,
OOxygin Chamber and Pooket Lights, Wax
Tapers (a great variety,) Pure Calcined Magi
nesia. Arrow Root, Cream Tartar, Starch, llal
sum Copaiva, Salt Petre, Rotten Stone &c. £#c
Have been received pr Writ Wallace, audio*
sale by LAY ^HENDRICKSON,
Chemists and Druggists,'
Congress corner of Whitaker sts.
ug 12 164 8
JOHN I. DEWS, jc. c. I ELIZABEf l'I BOY>)^Adm’x.” 1 , ' ' WM CfilLL^^. P.
aug 19 166 l may 26 124 . ^ avg ^
mHlS article is highly recommended for the
t purpose of imparting an elegant gloss te
The large and extensive-Cabinet Ware Man
ufactures in the northern cities make use of this
composition to give their work a beautiful pot*
A supply of this wax has been received per
ship Savannah. It is put up iit small pots and
boxes with printed directions for use, and fieri?
sale by LAY & HEN DRICKSt >N,
Chemists and Druggists,
aug 24 J 68