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Middleton Woods, Esq.
Win. 11. Crawford,
Samuel Shields, China Grove , and at
the Store of Major Phinizy, Lexington .
Washington , II bikes County:
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Maj. Young Gresham,
Jackson county •
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h'rCinkUrt county -
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Savannah: Seymour, &c j. printers,
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Mclntosh County : George Baillie.
10 Dollars Reward,
FOR OLD DICK,
WHO absconded on Thursday last,
from Varrills, South-Carolina,
four miles from Augusta, he is about
forty years of age, pitted with the Small
Pox, very large broad nose, one of his
fore fingers stands straight forward, he
stammers when speaking in haste, has
a wife at Columbia Court-House, Geor
gia, Avhere it is probable he mgy lurk
about, but as he is acquainted through
out the two States as avcll as at the
Northward, he may probably march
off; he Avore away a long blue coat,
has a greatcoat lined with spotted wool
len cloth, different other clothes which
cannot be designated. Whoever will
deliver him in any jail in South-Caroli
na, or Georgia, and give me informa
tion so that I can get him, or deliver
him to me at'the place above mention
ed, shall be infilled to the above re
ward, with all reasonable costs.,
W. H. DURKEE. j
May 31. 49—!
35 Tracis of Land,
LYING in Edgefield, Barnwell, O
rangeburg, Abbeville, Union, Green
ville and Pendk ton district, in this state,
containing together about 25 982. For
price, terms and further particulars,
apply to Me. Lc Roy Hammond, Sur
veyor at this place, or to the subscri
ber. Such of them as may not be dis
posed of by private sale, before the Ist
day of October next, will on the first
Monday in December following, be
sold to the* highest bidder at Edgefield
Court-House, by public Auction. In
disputable titles will be made to the
purchasers and terms made known in
C: 11ARLES GOODWIX,
Attorney at Law.
Town Creek Milts , •V. C. )
July 5, 1806. 5
DURING the absence of the sub
scriber, the business of SPUR
GES If BUTLER, will be trunsacted
by Mr. ralpii ketchuk,to whomthose
who have demands, will apply for their
money, and those indebted, make im
Mr. Kktchum will also attend the
collection of the debts due the estate ol
Asa Shaw, deceased. All those indebt
ed to that estate, are informed, that un
less immediate payment is made, suits
will be instituted wilhout discrimina
tion. Those Avho have demands will
render them in as the law directs.
JOSIAH ST URGES.
Augusta, June 3d, 1806. 50
Fractional Surveys ,
W 7"E the Commissioners appointed
VV by tile Legislature to sell and
dispose of the Fractional Surveys, of
the counties, of Wilkinson, Baldwin
and Wayne, do hereby give notice that
the sales will commence on Wednes
day the 27th of August ti-xt, and con
tinue from day to day, in the following
manner, until the Avnoie are sold.
Those of the first district, on
the 27th of August next, and continue
from day to day, Sundays excepted,
until the 2d of September inclusive.
Those of the 2d. district, on the 3d.
of September, until the 6ti» inclusive.
Those ol tiie 3d. district, on the Bth
of September, until the 10th inclusive.
Those of the 4th district, on the
1 1th of September, until the 13th in
Those of the sth district, on the
15th of September, until the 17th in
Those of the first district, on
the 18th of September, until the 22d
Those of the 2d district, on the 23d
of/September, until the 30th inclusive.
Those of the 3d district, on the lsi
of October, until the 4th inclusive.
Those of the 4th district, on the 6th
of October, until the 9th inclusive.
Those of the sth district, on the
10th of October, until the 16th inclu
Those of the first district, on
the 17th of October, until the 24th in
Those of the 2d district, on the 25th
of October, until the 27th inclusive.
Those of the 3d district, on the 28th
of October, until the 31st inclusive.
Terms of Sale.
Os the purchasers bond, with appro
ved personal security, for the amount
of purchase money, will be required,
in four equal, annual instalments, to be
paid in gold or silver; the first pay
ment to be made, twelve months- after
dale, in addition to which a mortgage
on the premises will be required.
Moses Speer , o
Reddick Simms, > i
Patrick Jack, )
Louisville, June 26, 1806.
being appointed to receive the names
of persons in the county of Richmond,
entitled to draws in the Land Lottery,
under the Act of Assembly, passed the
26th of June, 1806, give notice, that
they wilt attend for that purpose at
Capt. Collins’ muster ground on Wed
nesday the 30th July, and on Monday
the 11th of August; at Capt. BealJ’s
muster ground on Thursday the 31st ol
July, and Tuesday the 12th of August;
at Capt. Wm. M*Tyre’s muster ground
on Friday the Ist and Wednesday the
13th of August; at Capt. McCombs’s
muster ground in Harrisburg!), on Sa
turday the 2d anti Thursday the l4thoi
August; at Mr. Harrison’s for Capt.
Fee’s district, on Monday the 4th and
Friday the 15th of August; and Major
U’AnUgnac’s lor Capt Smith’s disti ict,
on Tuesday the stb aiut Saturday the
16th of’jne said month of August.
‘ ABSALOM RHODES*
MAI i HEW FOX,
’ July 19. 1806. 56
THE following is a list of LhTrtßs
now remaining in the Posi-Gjficc, at
Columbia Court-house — viz :—
A E. B. Jenkins
Miss Betsey Allen Ann Jones
Edmund Bugg Jas. Kendrick
Gab), or John Baker L
Mrs. Francis Bur- John Lindur, 2
roughs, 2 James Landers
Charles Barham M
William Bit net Geo: W. Moore, 2
Jos. Bltdsor, 2 Doct. Thomas M.
Jos. C. Brown Combs, 2
Wm. Beckham John Moore
C Jos. Marshall
Daniel (J<yu»oty i imk. IYI o,niwflllif-P
Peter Collins Abraham Marshall
1) Jesse Morrisse
Mark Price Davis John MTvay k Ma
Solomon Ellis O
William Evans Wiliam Ogle
Humphry Evans, 2 Master Nat. Periie
Daniel lillis Robert Pollard
F Thomas Phelan
Thos. Failing Q
Wm. A. Puller Jos. Crooks Quinn
Zach. Franklin S
G William Stephens
Miss M. Gardner T
William Going Dr. G. Tankersly
William Gum John Tankusic-y
Lewis Gardner U
II William Upton
William Harkins W
Thomas Hanley Francis Webb
J Beiij. Williams
William Jordan John or Geo. \\ il-
John Jennings mot
James Johns Phillip Williams.
John Lamar, D. P. M.
July 19. 3t. 56
GEORGIA, Richmond County.
AT a meeting of the Honorable the
Inferior Court, on Monday the 7th Ju
Present — John Course,
ON the application of William But
ler, stating that he is confined in
the custody of the Sheriff, under a bail
writ, issued at the suit of Michael and
John Conrad, k Co. and that he is un- |
able to pay the debt or give bail for the !
same, and praying the benefit of the j
act passed for the relief of insolvent
ORDERED, That the said William
Butler notify his creditors either in per
son or by giving sixty days notice in
the Augusta Chronicle and Columbian
Cenlinel, previous to the first Monday
in October next, at which time an ex
amination will be had, and a discharge
granted, if no cause is shewn to the
contrary ; and the Sheriff is hereby
commanded to have the body of the
said William Butler before us, at 11
o’clock, at the Court-house, on the
said first Monday in October next.
Taken from the Minutes.
MATTHEW FOX, CTk.
July 12. 55
SATURDAY, AUGUST 2, 1806.
TO Hi NT,
AN eligible stand for business, at
present occupied by iVlr. (liego
rv. For terms apply to
June r, 1806. ts. 50
G. S. Houston, & Co.
Respectfully inf mi the public that
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lee’s PATENT AND
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an additional and Fresh Supply of those valu
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they having now been in general u.a through
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Rheumatism, Inward vveitk-
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Head Ache, ders,
Tooth Ache, Ague h Fever,
Coins, Ike. &c.
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Sec. &.c. is recommended >
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Weakness, Flour albus (or whites) Bammncss,
Violent cramp in the stomach ami back, In
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Pains in the Limbs, Relaxations, involuntary
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Hamilton's / Vorm-Dcstroving Lozenges.
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t Hamilton’s Elixir;
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coughs a*thmas, sore throats, and approaching
consumptions—They are particularly recom
mended to parents who may have children
afflicted with the
The Anodyne Mixer ,
For the cure of every kind of head ache.
Tiie Damask Lip Salve,
Is recommended (particularly to the ladies
as an elegant and pleasant prepara*ion) for
chopped and sore lips, and every blemish and
inconvenience occasioned by colds, fever, &c.
speedily restoring a beautiful rosy color and de
leave softness to the lips.
The Genuine Persian I Mian,
Celebrated for preventing and removing
blemishes cf the face and skin of ever , kind,
particularly freckles, pimpies, pits after the
small pox, &c.
Gowlund's real and genuine Lotion.
llahn's Anti-h Hi us Pills,
Are recommended for the prevention ar.d
curt of Bilious and Malignant Fevers.
Restorative PowderJ or the Tet th Cf Gums.
Dr. Hahn's Genuine. Ey<-Hater.
| A sovereign remedy for all diseases of the eyes.
The only remedy yet discovered, which
gives immediate and lasting relief in the most
Tim Sovereign Ointment for the Itch,
Which is warranted an infallible remedy in
Anderson’s Pills , He.
Hamilton’s Essence and Extract of
Celebrated for the cure cf the Gout. Rheu
t matism, Palsey, Sprains, Bruises, See.
A large and Fresh supply of the Indian.
Vegi tah !c Kp eel Pc,
A safe, speedy, and pleasant cure for a cer
tain dreadiul disease—Prepared by Dr Lera-v.
The above medicines sold only by appoint
ment r. "r sole Inventor and proprietor, at
their Store, Broad-street, Augusta.
January 11. 39