a H O K W I A X E lj H Ik R A I* II
-^-T^«7 lh epr,,ple nre becoming daily
" ^ „j nle d wi'luhfir objects, and the perm- the Vice-Presidency
^ efTects of their measures and policy.
C 'The Democratic Party now. as in 1798. are a-
n to achieve a splendid victory—even more en-
A g than that of Mr. Jefferwn. Many noble
Zi honest men, pure, and disinterested, ore found
J^ottr opponents, who will not down -t their
hiddine. and - bend the pliant hmges of the knee.
W i,ere thrift may follow fawnii*;”-who will never
be willing to sell our dearest rights for a mere mess
of pottage—the inglorious honor of holding office
,t the sacrifice of character and principle. Among
•hem is the pure and noble Chatwm. whose
course has not only been thoroughly consistent, but
rack step marked by an ability and d.smterested
patriotism, which reflects lust.e on h.s State, and
will give him on enduring fame. The country will
owe much to him. for hi. self-sacrificing sp.r.t-for
bis more than Roman firmness. In preferrmg, it ne
cessary to dissolve all party alignments, old and
cherished asrtciaiiont, rail, r than yield up the
cause of the South and his country to the Moloch
Yes. noble Georgian—we know you need
no exlmrta'ion of ours, to breast the storm and
stand firm in behalf of the Constitution and the
rights of your native State, sustained by the con
sciousness of honesty and justice. You will expe
rience more true joy, even in defeat, than the Dic-
tator. with a pliant Senate at his heels. But you
will he triumphantly sustained. Party hacks and
corrupt- unprincipled editors mny assail you, bu'
the honest hearted aadincorruptible people will ral-
]v to yout rescue.
The following named gentlemen have been nom-
inawd by the Whig Convention, as Whig Electors
for the State of Geotgia—Hon, Joel Crawford, and
Joseph Henry Lumpkin litr the State generally.
Dr. McConnell, Thacker Howard, Dr. Ridley, C.
B. Stmng, W. C. Dawson, Chnrles J. Jenkins,
Charles Dougherty, and David Irwin.
Whig Flcctot-nl Conrrnlinn.
This Convent inn met at Milledgeville on Mon
day last—near 200 Delegates, we learn from the
Recorder, being present. Asbury Hull, Esq., of
A Committee of three from each Congressional
District, was appointed ro report an Electoral Tick
et. It will be found below.
Electoral Ticket for the State at large —Joseph
H. Lumpkin, J»»el Crawford.
For the Dislncts.—1. Wm. P. McConnell; 2.
T. B. Howard; 3. C. B. Strong; 4. R. A. T.
Ridley; 5. David Irwin; 6. Charles Dougherty;
7. Wm. C. Dawson; 8. Charjes J. Jenkins.
“KNOXVILLE. June 29, 1844.
Dear Sir:—You will be pleased to hear that
the first election which has taken place in this
county, since the Presidential c< ntest commenced,
has resulted in our favor. To-day an election for
•Clerk of the Superior Court of this county, to fill
the vacancy occasioned by the death of the lament
ed Dennis, took place, when the Democratic can
didate, Jacob Lowe, Esq. led bis opponent by a
majority of about 100 votes I Old Crawford stands
nut •• redeemed, regenerated, and disenthralled”
from the influence of Wltiggery. In October we
shall give a still better account ofourselves. Hur
rah fur Polk anil Dallas! Keep the ball moving.’’
Mb. Editor—Permit me through the columns
«flf the Telegraph to s isgest the name of Col. DA
VID C. CAMPBELL, as a suitnble candidate fot
Elector fmm ibis District. If sterling integrity, n-
hilitv, arid great political consistency, are apprecia
ted ns they should lie, no one could present strong
er claims than Col. Campbell. The vote he re
ceived when he ran for Congress being the highest
on the list, shows the estimate placed on his worth
by the people of Georgia.
Mr. Editor:—I take the liberty of suggesting
to the Democracy, ns a suitable person to be placed
on our Electoral Ticket, as one of those to represent
the State at large, the name of Gen. DANIEL
NEWNAN. of Walker county. The people of
Georgia look back with pride to the day when the
name of Newnan stood highest on the Congressional
ticket, amongst those whom the people delighted to
honor. As Adjutant General, as Secretary of State,
as a Representnttive in our national councils, ns an
Officer and Soldier in the tented field, Gen. New
nan has always been one on whom his country
could rely with confidence. And can we so welt
confer even a small tribute of respect on the war
worn veteran, as by placing him in a position where
he can again do battle in his country’s cause ?—
And how sh.’ll we so well honor the venerable hero
in his declining years, as to appoint him in the
doming contest, to beamne of the flags, on whose
bright folds ore inscribed, the names Polk and
Dallas—Texas and Oregon? Already is Gen.
Newnan in the field—and on the Republican side,
as might be expected; he brings to the contest,
all that ardor, animation, and zeal, with which lie
basalwaysmettheopponcntsofliis country’s rights.
In a letter to a frioml, he says: H I am in favor of
Polk and Dallas, and intend to make at least
txctnty good speeches in favor of both." Again let
us hear the voice of the old Wnrrior in the moun
tains, animating the young Democracy to victory
and glory, as in days that are past—that voice was
heard amidst the din of battle, on the fields of Au -
to,sa and Calibbee. A CLARK MAN.
Ml DALLAS for
We hail it with emotions
joy. because it silenc».“s tlie murmurs of dis
content—quiets our apprehensions—betokens the
success of Republicanism, upon the ruins of Feder
alism——and will erect a triumphal arch upon the
grave of unconstitutional ptinciples. For their e-
lection, we pledge all that men, scrupulous to avoid
unfair appliances, can pledge.
Resolved, That we enter upon the campaign,
which i9 now opening, with assurances that the pat
riotism of the p-ople (which has never failed in any
great emergency,) will give glory and triumph to
Resolved, That our banner is now unfurled to the
breeze—on its liilds, nre unr own stats and stripes,
with the right hand of the sovereign people, trans- j
planting, amid the glorious constellation, the “lone
star” of Texas. On its folds, are also inscribed,
the “ people’s mottoes.”—Polk and the Constitu
tion. against Clay and a Protective Tariff*.—Texas
and Southern Rights, against madcap Aliolition.—
With such a banner, our match is the quick-step to
And Mr. Clay being opposed to the Annexation
of Texas, so long as either Mexico or any “con
siderable and respectable portion of the people of
the United States” may be against it.—And the
Abolitionists and Federal coadjutors at the North
forming that “considetable and respectable pot
tion,” in the eyes of Mr. Clay especially; and no
tope existing, of their ever abandoning their oppo
sition to Annexation: Be it, therefore.
Further Resolved, That the Republic of Texas
would have just cause to recognize the election of
.lenry Clay to the Presidency of the U. States, as
a decided manifestation of her popular will against
Annexation—And, inasmuch as such election would
greatly weaken the prospect, if not utterly prevent
a union of the two countries, and (terhaps drive
Texas into an alliance with a Government, power
ful in her resources—unscrupulous in her encroach
ments—never, unless her interests were to be ad
vanced, the friend of ours. Therefore, his election,
especially at this crisis, wc would deprecate as a
great national calamity.
On motion, the meeting then adjourned, sine die.
JAMES M. KELLY, Chairman.
Jared S. Dksnard, Sec’y.
Perry, June 24. 1844.
On Friday night last, between 12 and 2 o’clock, our Jail
waa broken open, and all of the prisoners escaped. Two of
them. Samuel Lindsay and James Lindsay, were committed
for an assault and battery, with an intent to kill—and Bra-
zella B Felder, for stealing a negro. It is supposed that
the prisoners had accomplices without who afforded them a
bar of iron, with which they made their escape through the
doors.—La Grange Herald,
Mr. Kenedy, ia bis late work on Texas, aays one of the
most remarkable natural curiosities ia Texas ia n petrified
forest, near the head of Pasigono ri»er. It consists of see
eral hundred trees, in an erect position, turned to alone.
Trees now growing ate partially petrified.
A Painful l.r:ij> mut Xarroif Escape.
The Northampton Mass.) Democrat.,-f June -41It. contains
an account of a curious, hut perilous accident which occur
red a few days since in that vicinity. On Friday tonrnini!
last, at the silk factory o< the Northampton Association, a
building four store* in height. George W. Sullivan, a young
man connected with that Association, went out on the roof
for the purpose of picking up a mineral which he bad acci
dentally dropped there while atandi' g in the belfry. To
secure hiinsell from falling, he took off’his shoes. Notwith
standing this precaution, sfter descending the roof a few
steps, finding himself slipping, he look off one of his stock
ings, but whilst attempting to take off the other, his motion
became so much accelerated that farther effort* to save him-
aclf from the fall, were useless-
“He then, with remarkable presence of mind, rolled him
self over upon the roof whilst he was slidin-, in order to
prevent falling upon the platform, and when he reached the
eaves having first drawn in and held hit breath, clenched
his teeth and hands, ami contracted his muscles, he leaped
to the ground jt distance o- 40 or 50 feet! The enm-uasinn
was so greats* temporarily to deprive him of the power of
standing. He was carried into the house and placed in bed.
and was soon after examined by a surgeon, wlto decided
tint no bones were broken and no joints dislocated, although
there was reason to apprehend set ioua injury to the mus
cles about the spine, where there appeared to be great sore
ness. The young matt's Ir.ends then w apped him in sheets
wet in cold water, after the manner prescribed bv the
ter cure” ays em. which soon produced peispiratmn. A
cold bath waa afterwards administered. In the afternoon
of the same day. be walked nut without assistance, and the
next day was running about with his usual hilarity com
plaining of no unpleasant effects from his fall excepting a
slight lameness in one of his feet! A remarkable fan con
nected with tltis occurrence ia. that symptoms of arriona dis
ease with which he was previously suffering, have aince in
a great measure disappeared. It seems as if the change of
action whirh was produced inco unusual a manner has been
Council Chamber, ?
June 21, 1344. $
Aid. Holmes. Denton. Ellis. Ross, Rytander, Collins.
Abs-nl—Aid. It inn, Freeman.
The minuiea of the lust regular meeting were rend and
The Bridge-keeper reports toll for week ending to
day, $73 40."
nt- G- Stephens' bill for lumber, nails. Sic. for the
main sewer, amount $82 '34—was passed.
I he Finance Committee Report that they have ibis
day rimmed and burnt twent,-nine hundred dollars of
the change hills of the City Council.
Am Ordinance to ereale Stock for the vse of the City
Sec. 1. Be it nr Joined bn the Mavor and City Coun
cil of the t'ify of Macon and it is hereby ordained by I
the authority of the same. That the tiu.or, James A.
NisBKT.be empowered to appoint an agent nr agents,
under the *-al of said City, to negotiate a ’omt. tor a
an it! not to exceed Sevpnty-five Thousand Dollars, for
the purpose of relieving said City from it* present in
debtedness; and that said agent or agent-shall effect
Paid loan upon the best terms practicable, at a rate of
interest not to exeped ftix per centum per annum.
Sec. 2. And be it further ordained by the authority
aforesaid. That for the purpose of consummating said
loan, the said tiny or he aullutrir.ed to issue bonds in
such timnunrs as mny be conienicnl and necessary,
bearing a rate of interest not greater linn six per eeut.
per annum, and payable at st-ch places ns nmv be a-
greed upon, and redeemable at the end of fifteen years,
from the fifteenth day of November, eighteen hundred
and forty-f"iir, or sooner, at the option ofsniil citv. The
said interest noon said Bonds to tie paid unnmillv from
the said fifteenth day of November, at such place or
places as may be fit:reed upon by the Contracting parlies
SEC. 3. And be it further or nined by the authority
aforesaid, That said Bonds shall he signed by the May
or of said city, and countersigned by the OHv Treasurer,
and senletl with the common seal of said City; and be
of such firm ns may be determined upon by said Mayor.
Sec. 4. And be it further ordained by the authority
aforesaid. That the agent or agents appointed as afore
said to negotiate said loan, have fall power to pledge
nr otherwise hypothecate or contract and bargain for
the transfer of any stock or stocks, that may be owned
by the said Mayor nnd City Council of the City of Ma
con. in nnv chartered company.
Sec. 5. And be it further ordained. That all ordi
nances or parts of ordinances militating against this
ordinance, be and the same are hereby repealed.
The foregoing ordinance was rend,"nnd the rules were
suspended, and the ordinance unanimously passed.
On motion Aid. Collins,
Resolved, That the agent nrngents appointed by the
Mayor in pursuance of tlte ordinance this day pursed, be
instructeo and authorized to make the following propo
sition to the bond-holders of the city, viz:
To transfer to them absolutely nnd unconditionally,
!h« capital stork of the Central Rail Road anil Bunking
Company, standing on the hooks of said company in the
name of John Finer. Vice I’resident, the same being the
pioperty of the city, nnd hypothecated to, and held bv,
ssid bond-holders,as collateral s'ecnriiy lor tlte eventual
pavinent of the bonds of tlte city of Macon, at the rate of
seventy-five per centum on the dollar of the principal of
said bond debt: also to transfer to said hood-holders all
the unencumbered slock held nnd owned by tlte City of
Macon in the Central Rail Rond and Banking Company,
standing in the name of said Citv on the honks of said
company, at seventy-five per centum in the dollar for the
pavment nfnll interest that may have accined.
And for 'he residue of the indebtedness of the citv of
Mncon to'said hond-holderr, the agents contemplated to
Ite appointed by said ordinance, be authorised to issue
to them bonds of tlte Citv of Macon, payable fifteen
years from the fifteenth dav’of November next, or sooner
nt the option of the City of ftaron, bearing six per t ent.
interest, said bonds and the interest thereon payable at
th* Merchants’ Bank in tlte ritv of New York.
Resolved, That if th» above proposition he accepted,
that the said John Dner, Vice President, he requested
and authorized to transfer to the Imnd-holders of the cit v
of Macon severally, such amounts of stick in said Cen
tral Rail Road nnd Ranking Company, hypothecated ns
above described, equal in mnnuiit to ihe principal of the
bonds held bv them, tinder direction of said ticenla.
Resolved, That the foreeoine be considered the bad*
ami substance of the negotiation between said ngents
nnd the bond-holders of the pity of Macon, the Mayor
and City Conned of the citv of Macon leaving till mat
ters of detail to be setlir d at the diserrlino of said agents,
and hereby pledging themselves to rntifv all their act
ings and doings in the premises.—Passed.
Council then atljuurned.
Attest, A. R. FREEMAN. O. C.
Dooly AugiiMt Mnlea.
ILL be ?old. before the Court-House door,
town of Vienna, Dooly county, on tb*? first Tuesday
in A l GUST next, within the legal hours of sale.
Lots of Land Nos. 232, 233, and 236, all lying in the 15th
District of Dooly county ; levied on as the property of Gary
G. Ford, to atisfv a fi fa issued from Lee Superior Court,
in favor of Robert W. Williams & Co. ; one in favor of
Wm. W. Mann. Admr. of W m. Kirksey, deceased; and
one in fnvor of Mary Williams', issued from the Super: >r
Court of Dooly c» untv vs said Gary G. For !
Also Lots of LaiicfKn*. 200. 20i. *229. and 230 ; and aNo.
all the adjoining land, lying between the land of Samuel
McComb and Samuel C. Ltj pelt, that belongs to Robert G.
I Inferior Court of Butts
ry purpose?, for leave
.v remg to ..ie Fstate c
of Campbell countv. THOS. 15
June 18 38 * . ALEX’R.
:ll be made to the
: tor »
r |'HE subscribers beg leave to inform heir friends, and
1 the public in general, that they have connected them
selves together in ihe above business, under the firm of
and are now erecting a large and convenient WARE-
. ■UPPPHI I—v^^® I- HOUSE, near Cotton Avenue, on Poplar street. The
Ford ; all levied on as the property offtaid Robert G Ford, ' location is dry and elevated, and unencumbered with old
OUR months after date, appb.
ior Court of Doolv, whei
leave to sell Lot of Lan
d county; belonging to th
fed. To be sold for the benefit <
sed. ALEX. MEItlWETH
Lam! and one Negr
H. Denial!, decease
BUKFOKD,) , j
OSBORN, \ Al - mr3
ition will be made lo the
siriing for ordinary pur-
No. 32, in the 9th Dis-
Estate of Enos Foun-
benefit of the heirs of
by virtue of two fi fas issued from Lee Superior Court,one buildings and the usual liabilities of fi e, and will be com-
in favor of Samuel Sullivant, and one in favor of Allen B. pleted, and ready for busmens, by the first ofSeptember.
Chastain; and also, four fi fas issued from Dooly Superior They confidently assure the public, that any business con-
Couit. two in favor of Mary Williams; one in favor of signed to their care, will be faithfully and prr mptlyexecu-
Lott Warren; and one in favor of William W. Harrison
wiil 1 t made to the
Interior Court of Butts county, when .'('.line for brditia-
I ry purposes, for leave to sell the Land end Kegrofea bclong-
I trig- to the Estate «f Abner Bankston, deceased, iate of said
I county. JOHN GOODMAN; ) ,
June 11 37 T l> 'f ^ j\Ci
Council Chamber, I
MACON. June 28, 1844. j
Present—The Mayor. .
Aid. D'hioh. Freeman. Rylander. Ellis, Holmes.
Absent—Aid. Collins. Ross, I Finn.
r ItHE Minutes of the last regular meeting were read and
Bridge-keeper reports toll for week ending to-day. 870 12
The Sexton’s bill for coffin nnu interment of a child of
Ann Parish—and ’or a coffin and interment of a child of Mrs.
Cbristiford. each 6,75—13.50; was passed.
The petition of sundry citizens, complaining of the Stable
Lot. owned by Scott A Baxter, (.'ccupied bv F. K. Wright)
as a nuisance; and praying Council to have it removed,
was read—and ordered that the parties be notified to appear
before Council, at their next regular o eeting.
I k noci I adjourned.
Attest. A. R. FREEMAN. C. C.
aalutar.v. and that instead of so frightful ah arcident bein'- They cure all affectious, simply because they make the
fata 1 in its effects as might be expected, it has been a means 1 Hood pure—abstract oatof it those qualities which produce
The expressions, rich blood and poor blood, have a
scientific basis JJhe ridicule tchieh many have attempt
ed to cast on there common-sense opinions, must recoil
upon themselves as surety as that Truth trill prevail.
rpilE effect of this celebrated medieiue, is to purify the
X blood; to convert the poor, corrupt blood, into healthy,
rich blond. And it is because they do this, that they have
been to steadily sought after by all classes of our citizens
who have required medicine. And it ia because of the
tower Brandreth'a Pills are Now known to possess as
enlth-restorers. that renders them ao popular
They care all affectious, simply because they make the
at.d David G. Roney, vs. Robert G- Ford.
Also, one Lot of Land, in the 9th District of Dooly coun
ty. No. not known, but known as the property of Littleberry
Simms; levied on as the property of mid Simms, by virtue
of two H fa3 issued from Dooly Superior Court.one in favor
of Patrick Brady, and one in favor of Crawford 4 Gunby,
vs. said Simms.
Also, two Lots of Land, Nos. 236 and 237, in the 15th
District of Dooly county; levied on as the property of Jer
ry Cowles, to satisfy a fi fa issued from Bibb Inferior Court,
in favor of Robert Collins vs. said Cowles.
Also, one Lot of Land, No to. in the 15th District of
Dooly county ; levied on as the property of Howell Alsa
brooks and Alfred Alsa Alsabrooks, by virtue of a fi fa is
sued from Lee Superior Court, in favor of John Lane vs |
Relying on the honesty of purpose and nfflong establish- \ I ^
ed confidence of these who know us, we feel rn> hesitancy ' fi
in looking for a libtral share of public patror ‘ :-e.
THOMAS B. GORMAN,
Macon, July 2, 1S44. 40
OUR months after date, application will he made to
the Inferior Court ofDooIy coumy, when sinirg for or
dinary purposes, f-icuve to-cil the Land nnd Nr.;roe4
belonging t-> the Estate of Anthony Lewis, deceased, late
of said i-nuciv. N'. llEDDICK
! March 5 * 23 J. PLATT,
LOOK AJ THiS!
Selling Off at .Vcir Y'ork Cost.
'tlJE undersigned, having determined t
• ill be made
npiJE undersigned, having determined to close their l.u-
X sines? in Macon, will sell their e i re slock ofDRY-
j GQ0D3 at New York Cost. FOR CArHI—among which
Also, one Lot of Land, No. 67, in the 9th District of Dooly ! are, real Georgia N-nkeen at SI If ; Eat Iston Ginghams at
county; levied on ns the property of Edward Rowell, to 25 and 31 cts; Calicoes at all prices: printed MuRin- at 20
satisfy one fi fa issued trom Dooly Superior Court, in favor
of John J. Collier vs. said Rowell.
j jtOOR months after
. the honorable Inferior Court cfCrav
j sitting forordinarv purpose?, for leave to sell all the Lands
belonging to the Estate of Sherod Whittington, deceased,
ia:e of said county.
LOVY P. WHITTINGTON, Adir.r’x.
March 19, 1644. Q:.
Also, Mary Rowell’s interest in Lot of Land No. C6. in
the 9th District of Dooly county; levied on by virtue of one
fi fa issued from Dooly Superior Court, in favor of Win.
Collins vs. Mary Rowell ; also, one Justice’s Court fi fa. in
favor of Wm. Collins vs. Mary Rowell. Levied on and
returned ta me by a Bailiff.
Also; one Negro Man. named Isaac -, levied on as ihe
property of Stephen W. Pearce, by virtue of five Justice's
Court fi fas, all in favor of Allen Waters rs. said Pearce —
Levy made and returned t'tme by e constable.
Also, one Negro Woman, named Mctilda; levied on as
the proptrty of William B. Maddux, bv virtue ofeight Jus
tice’s Court fi fas, in favor of Nicholas Reddick and Jona
than Platt. Administrators on the Estate of Anthony Lewis,
deceased, vs said Maddux. Levy made and returned to
me by a constable.
Also, one Lot of Land, No. i35. in the first District of
Dooly coanty; levied on as the property of Joseph D. Har
den, by virtue of one Justice’s Court fi fa. in favor of Baker,
Johnson A Co. vs, said J< seph Harden. Levy made and
returned to me by a constable.
Also, one Lot of Land, No. 14, in the 15th District of
Dooly county; levied on as the property of Samuel Story,
to satisfy sundry fi fas issued from a Justice's Court, in fa
vor of William" J. Foard vs. said Btory. Levy made and
returned tome by a constable.
Also, the Bouth half of Lot No. 76. with the improve
ments tlterenn.in the town of Vienna, Dooly county; levied
on as the property of Isaiah Bush, to satisfy one fi fa issued
from D oly Superior Court, in favor of Elizabeth Miller vs.
said Besh. YOUNG P. OUTLAW, Shff".
June 25,1844. 40
Will he. sold, at the same time and. place.
Lot nf Land. No. not known, but known as the Lot in the
3d District of Dooly county, on which Needham Taylor
lately resided; levied on as the property of said Taylor, to
satisfy a Justice's Court fi fa, in favor of Levi Harrell vs.
W. II. P. Flojd and Needham Taylor. Levy made and
returned to me by a constable.
Also, Lot nfLand No. 104. in the 3d District of said
countv; levied on as the property of Meredith H. Pullen,
to sati«fv a Justice's Court fi fa. Luke Williams vs. Mere
dith H. Pullen, in favor of the transferree. Bartlett Hamit
t - >n. Levv made and returned to me hva constable. Prop
ertv pointed out bv Bartlett Hamilton.
June 25 40 ’ WM. PARNELL. D Shff.
to 45; rich Balzarines at 45; French Dalzarine Muslins,
fast colors, at 37J; Barege. Silk and Tarleton Mamies;
Lace Cardinals ; rich colored and black Dress Silks, a large
assortment; bordered and hem-adlched Linen Cambric
Handkerchiefs; Linen Table Diaper and Damask; i0-4 and
12-4 Linen Sheeting at 80 and SI 25; Irish Linen, fine;
Long Lawns, common, fine, and very fine ; Cotton aad Lin
en Goods for men’s wear; rich Marseilles nnd Satin Vest
ings; superfine Drap de Tea; Brown Shirtings at Cj cents
up; bleached do. at 5 to 18 cents; a large assortment of Rib
bons; a small assortment of Bonnet*, Ac Ac. together with
most articles usually kept in Dry-Goods Stores.
To a merchant wishing to engage in the business, the
most liberal terms will be offered, for undoubted paper.—
Merrhan's and others wishing Goods in their line, will do
well to call, as their goods will be sold.
Macon, June25 29 G. L WARREN A CD.
rflUSIC STOKE, aVFJtCOJV*
jftOUK months alter date, application will be made to
the Inferior Court *>f Crawford county, w en sitting
for ordinart purpose-', for leave to sell the Lands and Ne
groes belonging to the Estate of Diannah Hester, deceased,
ia'e of said county. JOHN JONES.Adtar.
March 5 24
I TtOUR months afterdate, application W ill he made to the
. Inferior Court ot Houston countv, when sitting for or
dinary purposes, for leave to tell the Land belonging to the
Es-ate of Daniel Clark, deceased, late of said county-
March 19 25 S. R. HAM. Adinr.
|,xOUIl months alter date, application will be made to
I 1 the honorable Inferior Court of Houston county, when
sitting for ordinary purposes, for leave to sell the Real Es
tate of Needham Smith, deceased, late of said n unty.
March 19 23 WILLIAM SMITH,
Y7t OUR months after date, application will he made to thS
fi? Inferior Court of Houston county, when sitting for hr*
dinary purposes, for leave to sell all the Land* ahd Negroes
belonging to the Estate of James Thompson t ei-eesed late
of said countv. ASA E. THOMPSON; Admr:
May 23 ‘ 35
of restoring him to health.'
O N the t7th of July. *Dr. Willism B icon Stevens
will Jeliver an address before the Phi-Gamma and
Few Soc. of Emory College.
July 2. 1844. ~40 2t L- Q. C. T. A MAR. Seedy.
The Ilouileu Coanty Democratic Aaaocinticn)
Assembled at the Court-House, in tlte town ofPer
tv, on Saturday, ihe ‘J2d insiani; on motion, Mnj.
James ,M. Kelly was called to the Chair, and Jared
S. Dennnril appoinied Secretary. The Chairman,
in a brief anti appropriate manner, addressed the
meeting, on Ihe subject of ilie TarifTof 1842; nnd,
afier having clearly demonstrated that it was a fla
grant and palpqble Infraction of me Compromise
Act, perpetrated by a Whig Congress—advened to
the iinporf.nnce of the immediate Annexation of
Texas, rs a measure paramount to oil party con
siderations, nnd tlear to every truly Southern heart.
He then tlrew the attention of the mcetinj; to the
more immediate object before it—of responding to
the nomination of ilie Baltimore Convention-
Col. Wm. S. Whitfield being called on, then ad
dressed the meeting at length, and, with thatcour- :
tesy and ability which arc so truly bis characteris
tics, adverted tt> the same. On concluding his re
marks, :he following resolutions were submitted,
t'bieh were unanimously adopted:
. kttolved. That we hail, with nnmixed graiifica-
t0 3> the nomination of JAMES K. POLK for the
Ohoicc C'nnnl Flour.
A FRESH supply just receive'! ami for sale by
July 2 40 On Cotton Avenue and Second st.
O N Second strt et, • fre.lt supply of French Calf Boots
superior article. Also, Ladies’ 81toes. of various kinds
July S 40 WHITING A MIX.
Inverness, Dundee, and Gunnv
rrtHE subscribers have on hand and offer for tale on ac-
I commodating terms, a large and well selected stock of
Cotton Bagging, consisting nf
Inverness, Mackintosh brand, I j to If—44 In.
do. do. Ij to —42 ' “
Dundee. Sun Hemp. Double Thread, 2 to 1}—44 to 46 “
do. Russia. Hemp. Sanderson, 2 to If—44 ••
do. do. * Baxters, 2 to 11—42 to 44 “
Q tn »! 4 1 in
Savannah. June 28, 1844.
Messenger copy 2m.
2}—44 to 46 “
ANDREW LOW A CO.
TX7’ILL be sold, on the first Tuesday in AUGUST next.
T T before th- Court-House door, in the City of Macon,
within the Ie|.al hours of sale.
Part of Ten acre L"t No 3. in East Macon; levied on as
the property of Hiram T. Mann, to aatis'y itta City Tax for
the year 1841. Tax due $9 31. snd cost.
July 2 40 W. II HUGHES, Dep. Marshal.
Grand LOTTERY of Georgia,
AUTHORIZED BY THE LEGISLATURE.
For the lieurfii of 31illeflgcril(e ITIn»oiiic flail.
Class \o. 1.
To be drawn at MACON, NEXT FRIDAY, July 5.
GEORGE ROBINSON & CO, .'tMauagers.
$22, warranted to draw at least $11
11. " “ - ” 5}
•.5.50 •• “ “ •*
TICKETS St—fib ires in proportion.
iCp Orders prenmilv supplied.
Address, GEO. ROBINSON A CO. Managers.
July 2 JO
DR. J. BKALL,
R ESPECTFULLY informs his friends and the public,
that he bas sealed in Macon, for the purpose ofPrac-
ticii'C his Profession.
[CT OFFIOE over the Drug Store of J. W. Bailey.
June 11,1844 37 301"
disease, and give t<i it tnose qualities which produce health,
Nuw, evety solid part of tlte human Iraine is made from
the blood and the food we eat is enuverted into blood to sup
ply the waste our bodies are continually sustaining. So. in
the ordinary course of nature, we manufacture our eutire
bodies in about nine years, front the food taken into our
stomschs. Suppose the-blood made in this stomach of ours
is unsound, occasioned by some cause or other; it may refer
to the preceding generation: no matter, we make impure
blood, and if so, ennot be healthy. Or. suppose the air we
have lived in for some time has been loaded with matters
detrimental to health, or our food for a long petiod has been
ol an unwholesome kind, or that the mind has been much
troubled—for grief, anxiety, or great attention tn any panic
ular point, is sure to occasion bad effects on the blood. Any
of these causes existing, good blood cannot be supplied to
Rut let Brandreth’* Pill* be used daily, under these cir
cumstance*. in doses of from two to six Pills, or as the care
shall determine. What is their effertJ It ia to carry off
the impure matters fmm the blood, leaving only the good to
renew every part of the body. What was unsound now be
comes sound, and the stomach sonn-gets into so healthy a
condition, that even bad air or unwholesome food, for a time,
are unable to injure the health ir.atetially. Even when the
climate nr food continue unhealthy, the occasional use nf the
Brandreth Pill* will separate the impure parts and cause
their expulsion, leaving what is good to supply life and
strength to the body.
When the bones are diseased, when every ramification of
the frame is out of order, the Brandreth Pills, wil 1 , in nine
teen cases nut of twenty, cure. Remember that the body-
can be entirely re-m.de from the food, boues and all; and
aided by this most beneficent medicine, in a quarter of time
it takes in the ordinary course of nature. In from two to
four years an entirely new. healthy body can be exchanged
for the unsound, the d’seased, the miserable one. The
slowness nr quickness of the change altogether depending
upon the effect the Brandreth Pills are made to produce ;
which effect can be graduated just as the patient pleases—
No possible injury can result from litis; nothing but good
can follow. Enquire the effect of Brandreth’a Pills among
your unprejudiced friends; you will hear sufficient tn satis
fy you that there ia No Risicin making the trial, and that you
will nor be doing yourself justice without it.
When your blood is nn<-e PURE, nothing in the shape of
food will hardly come amiss; nothing will sour upon your
stomach; you may eat pies.or any tbiak in reason; and the
crelier variety of"food, the better blood is made. All who
nave weak stomachs, who are dyspeptic, or in any way af
flicted in body, should, without delay, resort to Brandreth’a
Pills—which will, indeed, strengthen the lilie principle, snd
by perseverance with them, eturely renew the whole body;
the materials now in it good, will be kept so; those bid, dis
placed and removed. Good blood cannot make bad bone
or bad flerh. A nd bear in mind, the Brandreth’a PilUauie-
ly purify the blood.
" The method of preparing t’tc Brandrctbian.Vegetable
Extracts, ia secured by Letters Patent of the United States
—Patent granted to Benpmin Brandreth. 20lh Jan 1843.
The extracts of whirh Brandreth’s Pills are composed,
arc obtained by this new patent process, without boiling or
any application. The active principle of the herbs i* thus
secured, the ssme as it is in the living vegetable.
The public should be cautious of medicines recommend
ed in advertisements stolen ftom me
A sure teat of genuine Braodeth Pills: Examine the box
of pills; then look at the certificate of agency, whose en-
I graved uate must be within the year, which every author
! ised agent must possess ; if the three labels on the box agree
j with the three labels on the certificate the pills are true—if
not- they are fa'se.
The pills ate sold at 25 rents per box, at No. 241 Broad-
I way. 274 Bowery, and 241 Hudson street New York. Mrs.
! Booth. 5 Market Street, Brooklyn; and by 20,000 agents in
| the United Slates and Canada. whn«t rertifirmes and pills
' should be carefully examined before purchase is made.
Foraaleatthe BOOK-STORE of JT, BtirncSi Macon,
! Macon. July 3. 1544. 40 3m
I JpiBST quality, fob
-ITotlMott August Soles.
W ILL be aold on the first Tuesday in AUGUST next.
before the Court House door in Perry, Houston
county, within the legal hours of sale.
2U2J acres of Land, in the 14th District of Houston coun
ty, known by the No. Olt ; levied on as the property of
Baptist N Scon, to satisfy a mortgage fi fa from the Supe
rior Court of said county. against said Baptist N. Scott, in
favor of John Killen. Property pointed not in said fi fa."
Also. 1 House and Lot in the tow- of Wilna.in said coun
ty; said Lot containing 3 acres more nr less; levied on as
the property of Thomas Kimsev. to satisfy a mortgage fi f„
from the Superior Court nf Houston countv. against the said
Thomas Kunsey, in favor of Meshark Howell. Property
pointed nut in said ti fa-
Also, the interest of E Imnnd Blske in the following prop
erty. to wit: 1 negro boy. 14 years old. named Eh eri; Sa-
pho, a girl, 18 years old; Caroline, a girl. 12 years old; Lew
is. a boy, 12years old; and Joe, a man, 23 year* old; and
300 acres nf Laud, in tlte idlJl District of said county, known
as Lot No. 161; and the Snuili half of No. 192; all levied
on to satisfy a fi fa from the tiuperi ;r Court ol Bibb county,
in favor of Richard Irwin, against George C. McNeil, Ed
mund Blake, and John Anderson.
Also, 1 Negro girl child, named Fillis, about 3 years old ;
1 Jersey Waggon, without a body ; and 1 bay ho'rae. about
8 years olJ ; levied on as’he property of Thomas Kimsev,
to satisfy’ sundry ti fas iu favor ol the Octnulgee Bank, aiid
others, trom the Superior Court of Houston county, against
_ Also, 4 negroes, to wit: Morris, about 25 years old ; Ma-
riah. a woman, about 25 y ears old ; and her child, about 3
years old ; Lculha, a girl, about X2 years old; levied on as
the property of James H Bryan, to satisfy one ti la from
the Superior Court of Henry county, in favor of J aim Kirk
patrick, against the said James ll. Bryan, principal, and
John 8. Jones, security on the appeal. Projierty pointed
out by James S. Jones.
Also, 50 acres of Land, in the 5th District of Houston, it
being part of Lot No. 99. in said District; levied on as the
pioperty of James Hearn, to satisfy a ti lit from the Justice
Court of sa.d county, against said jamea Hearn, in favor of
Stephen 11. Ham.
Also, 2 Negro boys, one named York, about 6 years old ;
and the oilier named Luke, nbuut 18 years old; levied on
is the property of Anhui Bardin, to satisfy sundry fi fas
from a Justice Coun of said county, aga nst Turner G.
Pierce and Arthur Bardin, in favor of John Banon.
WM. HERRINGTON. Shff.
July 2, 1844. 4U
Dooly 9rptrttibcr illorlgago Notes.
CTfiYlLL bo sold, tin the first Tuesday in SEPTEMBER,
v T next, before the.Court-House door, in the town of
Vienna, D»nly county , within the legnl hours i f sale.
One Negru Man .name I Isaac, about 45 years old ; lev
ied on as the property ol fitephen W. Pcarre. lo satisfy one
mortgage fi fa issued from Dooly Superior Court, in favor of
William Stephens vs. said Pearce.
Also, one Lot of Land. No. 16, in the 1st District of Doo
ly county; levied on as the property of Henry Houston, to
satisfy one mortgage f. ft. issued from Dooly Superior Court,
in favor of Benjamin 0. Herb, Admr. and Catharine Bryan,
Aduirx. of Couorelffi^Uryan. deceased, vs. said Houston.
Also, one Let of Land, No. 46, in the 10th District cf
Dooly county; levied on as the property of Andrew Mc
Daniel. tn satisfy one mortgage fi fa. issued from Dooly Su
perior Court, in favor of Wm. McDaoiel v». said Andrew
McDaniel. YOUNG T. OUTLAW, Shff.
June 26. 1844. 40
1S7 ILL be sold, on tlte first Tuesday in SEPTEMBER
T Y next, before the Coart-House door in Forsyth, Mon
roe county, within the legal hours of sale, the PLANTA
TION in saidenunty, whereon Mrs. Mary M. Johnson for
merly lived. Sold for the purpose of distribution between
the legatees oTGiileon G. Johnson, deceased.
The above Plantation lies near Brownsville, on the Oc-
mulgee River, and contains about 400 acies of superior up
land, one-hall of which is cleared, mostly fresh, and in a
high state of cultivation. Persons desirous of buying nch
land in Monroe county, would do well to examine this.
Terms made known on the dav of sale.
July 1 40 GIDEON T. JOHNSON. \
m ie e? ia 1 © a w s s E$r m
ITA’v fi cons antly on hand, and oiler ft r sale at prices
I JL as low as ctn be purchased in the southern country,
pletidid assortment ot
from the Celebrated and long established Manufactories of
SSfTMMig ~<& ©StAitUE
The wetl known reputation of these Manufactories pre
eludes the necessity of commenting upon the excellence ot
their instruments, which have stood the test of every cli
mate, for many years.
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
VIOLIN**. 3UP8KIOR GITITAB8, BtJGI.ES
TltO JIB ONE 8, TKIIMPLTS. IIOUNS,
CIsABION ET8, FLAGB0LBT8,
FIFES, Ac. Ac. Ac.
Violin. Guitar, and other Strings; Clarionet Reeds
Tuning Hammers and Forks; Violin Bows; Music Pa
per, 5cc. &c. forming us complete an assortment of musical
merchandize, as can be found in the southern country.
As they import direct from the Manufactures, they are
enabled to sell their gcods atthe very lowest prices.
B. & V. have in ad lition to their catalogue, an asstrt
tnent of FOKEION MUSIC.
(£?* Music sold at reduced prices.
(Cf* Terms Cash.
May 17. 1842. 33
ON COTTON AVENUE AND SECOND STREET,
&C. tic. &c.
OFFERS FOR SALE, AT VERY LOW PRICES
Of 4j 4 HAGS old Java. Rio, Cuba, and Lng ;ira Coffee;
OUU 25 hhdiSt. Croix and Porto Rico Sugars.
5 000 lbs. Standard Crushed and Double Loaf Sugar.
.*0 hhds Cuba Molasses,
30 boxes Castile, Fancy, and Variegated ^oaps,
40 do Sperm and Hull’s Patent Candles,
30 do Colgate’s and Hull’s Steam Soap, No. I,
800 Sacks Salt, large size,
20 boxes Tobacco,
25 dozen Long-handle Shovels and Spades,
100 kegs Cut Nails and Brads, 1,000 lbs. Bar Lead,
600 lbs. Smoothing Irons, 200,000 Cut Tacts,
50,000 Iba. Swedes Iron, assorted, 1 ^ to >0 in. wide,
2.000 lbs. German Blistered and Cast Steel,
100 bags Patent Shot, 10 doz. Wilson’s Coffee Mills,
20 doz. Halter Chains, 100 doz. superior Blacking,
20 do Shoe Brushes, 10 do Curry*Coinbs,
15 do Patent Razor Straps,
10,000 lbs. Hollow Ware, (assorted sizes.)
50 reams super Blue & White Ruled Letter & Cap Paper.
60 do Wrapping Paper,
500 boxes *] able * alt,
600 p.s. superior Gunny and heavy Dundee Bagging,
1.000 lbs three-ply Banging Twine,
10 boxes Cotton and Wool Cards.
40 dozen Pails, Mats, Brooms, and Seivcs,
do Pen, Pocket, and Fancy Kniveb,
75 do Knives and Forks,
100 do Quilled Top. Side,and Dressing Combs,
20 boxes Imperial. Hyson. Pouchong snd Souchong Teas,
Spices, of all kinds; London Mustard; Indigo; Madder;
Copperas; Sal Aeratus; 5alt Peire; Epsom Salts; Starch;
Scotch and Mttcabov Snuff—together with an assortment of
HATS, CAPS, SADDLERY,
Boots and Shoes.
Macon, Nov 14. 1343. 7
Houston August EtI.rtgngc Snlr.
W ILL be sold.on the first Tuesday in AUGUST r.cxt,
bef >ve the Ourt-Hnuse door in Berry, Houston coun-
S liftOUR trionthk after dale, application Vtil! be made to the
. Inferior Court of Houston County wher, sitting as A
Court of Ordinary, for leave to sell all the lands belonging
to the estate ofChailes MrCov. late of said cuant-, deo-a. cd.
Mar,’!, 2<; ’.fi 11 A K I. li> M. .Vrl'd y .Adi.-.'r.
GEORGIA, * ft To the Hon. the Inferior Court of
Cratcford County.^ said county, sitti'.cr f. r ordinary
) purposes. March 7era,. 1 -14.
rilHE petition of .Charles W. Denson, respectfully sbew-
8 eth, thu one Diannah Hester, deceased. of said
county, did. on the twenty-second day of August, eighteen
hundred and forty, make and deliver to your petitioner, her
certain instrument in writing, called a Bond; in which Bond
she, the said Diannah Hester, bound herself, her heirs, ex
ecutors, administrators, and assigns, in the sum of three hun
dred and eighty dollars, to be paid to your petitioner, or hiS
heirs. Ac., upon failure of her. the said Diannah Hester, to
make, or can.p to be made, unto your petitioner. Charles
\V. Denson, bis heirs and assigns, a gon.l and lawitil title
to a certain lot or parcel of Land, to wit: I.'-t No. 11 & fi) onb
hundred and eighty-eight, in the twenty-third district, and
third section of originally Cherokee, now Floyd county.
And whereupon, your petitioner now shows to the Court,
that the said Diannah Hosier has, since making the said
Bond, departed this life intestate, and has not made, or
caused to be made to your petitioner, or bis assigns, any ti
tle to said Land, as conditioned in said Bond : and t! at one
John Jones, of said county, lias been, and is the lawful Ad
ministrator on the Estate of the said Diannah Hester—Your
petitioner, therefore, prays that this Honorable Court Jo t r-
der the said John Jones, Administrator as aforesaid, lomake
and execute unto your petitioner, titles to said Land, as ex
pressed in the said Bonn; a ropy of which Bold is hereun
to annexed, after giving notice according to law in such ca
ses, and your pelitiouer as in duiv bound, will ever pray, &e;
GI1EEN & CAUSEY,
Attorney for petiti' nor.
The above is a true copy from the minute* of said Court,
March 7th. 1844 24 E. W. DENNIS. C C O
(j t. UlldlA,
To the Hon. the Inferior Court of
said ce^ntp. irhrn silting as d
Court of Ordinary.
1 HE petition of .Tohn Jones, respectfully shewerh. that
one William Bowden, deceased, late of said county;
did. on fhe eighth day of June, 1841. make nnd deliver ro
vour petitioner, his certain instrument in wriling, called a
Bond for lilies, in Much he, the said Williato Bowden,
bound himself to make titles to a certain Lot of Land, No.
one hundred nnd ninety-one. In thfe fourteenth district of
Talbot county, in said. S’ate, to your petitioner, upon the
performance of certain conditions, which have been com
plied with; and your petitioner now shews to the Court,
that the said William Bowden hap. since the mak i g raid
Bond, departed this life, s*?nd bus not made, or caused to no
made to your petitioner, any title to said Land, as condi
tioned in said Bond ; and whereas, one Gregory J. Turner
now the lawful representative on the Estate of said Wil
liam Bowden; your petitioner, therefore, prays that this
Honorable Court do order the said Gregory J. Turner to
make and execute to your petitioner, titles to the arid Lot of
Land, after perfecting the usual legal notice to be made iri
such cases, and your petitioner will ever pray, <fcc
The above is a true copy from the minutes of said Court.
March 7th 1844. 24 E. W. DENNIS, c c o
BILL for Discovery. Re
lief. and Judgement, in
Macon county, Georgia.
John Buford. Reddick Smith,
James W. Cunningham, and
I T appearing to the Court, that Reddick Smith,a d
datitin said Bill, resides without the jurisdiction of
Court; on motion ofcoinplainant's Solicitor, it is
Ordered. That service of said Bill be perfected on the
said Reddick Smith, by publication of this order in one of
the public gazettes of.this State, orre a month for four
lotiihs, before the next term of this Court.
A true extract from the minutes nf Court, this 9:li April,
944. GILBERT C. CARMICHAEL, Cleik.
April 16 ‘29 mini
ss r.svi. oif GJsanoM.
I9oii-ion Siiprvior Court.
RULE TO PERFECT SERVICE OF BILL.
Anthony M. Thompson, Thos. }
Allen, A Elizabeth Lindsay, £ Bill or Discovery. Relief,
f.s. ) and Injunction InHmis-
Wm-L. Hugh?, Jos. Nall'ev, ) ton Superior Court. Re-
and Fleming F. Adrian. ) turned to April Term. 1844.
T appearing to the Court, that the defendants. Joseph
Nalley and Fleming F. Adrian, reside out of the limits
of this State : it is, therefore.
Ordered by the Court, That service of the above B»I1 be
perfected, by publication of this Rule in some public gazette
this State, once a month for four months previous to the
rxt Term of this CouH.
A true extract from the Minutes of Houston Swp. Court,
une 0th, 1844.
June 11 37 rr>4tn J AS. HOLDERNESS, Clk.
. i KOHGlA. Crawford County.—W hereas. Elbert M.
Ijf Davis. Administrator on the Estate of \V illiam r^reet-
r OUR month* after date, application will be made to the
Inferior Court of Dooly county, when sitting for ordi
nary purposes, for leave to sell the Land belonging to the
Estate of Samuel Williams, deceased, late of paid county.
JESSE GILBERT. )
July 2.1644. 40 DANIEL J. DA VIS. 5
K OIIR months after date, application will be m*de in
the Inferior Court of Houston aounty. when sitting lor
ordinary purpose*, for leave to Pell all the Land* belonging
to the Estate of Jchn M. Smith, deceased, late of said
countv. WM. O. BASKIN, Exr.
July 2, 1844. 40
10.000 lbs. BACON,
50 bis. Burn, ft!in, and Whiskey,
tj. within the Ivgal hours of sale
Eleven Negmes, to wit: Islmm. a man ; Hannah, a wo-
man; Wat, a man; Alston, a man; Tom, a boy; Louisa, I man, deceased, iate of said countv, applies to tub for letters
a eirl; Edmond, a boy; Anthony, a boy; Harriet, a girl; ofdistnission front said Estate :
George, a bov. about 2 years old ; an infant rliitd of Halt- These are therefore to one and admonish all and s:ngu-
nah ; all levied on as the property of Robert 0. Redding, to j lar the kindred and creditors of said deceased to be t nd ap
satisfy a mirtgage fi fa from Houston Superior Court, in fa- peer attny office, within the tiine prescribed l xrixw. to she
vor of Timothy Mathews vs. said Redding. Property point
ed out in said mortgage.
May 1 32 WM. HERRINGTON. Shff.
j Id t
ILL be sold, on the first Tuesday in AUGUST next,
before the CoUrt-Honse door in Jackson, Butts
county, within the legal hour* of sale. Lots Nos. 29 and 31,
each containing 2 acres; and Lots Nos. 45 and 40, each
containing 4 acres, it beii'c part ot the Indian Spring Re
serve. Bold for the benefit of the heirs of John A. Malone,
deceased, late of But:* county. Teims on the day.
BRITTON BUTT HI I.
May 23 35 THOS. B. BUR FORD,
LLE, > Es
cause if any they have, why said letters riir
ted. Given under my hand, thi« 3d dav of Jan 1"
15 E. W. DEN NIB. cco
V7T Administrator, and Nancy Cates, Adinmi.-franx. <*n
the Estate of Thomas Cates, deceased, law* iff f: i»« county,
apply to me for letters Ol dif-u isMon from raid Estate :
These are therefore to cite and admo: sh all and singular
the kindred and creditors of said deceas'd, to he and ap
pear at my office, w ithin the time prescribed by law. in -l ew
cause if any they have, why said letters should not be gran
ted. Given under my hand, this .3d dav of .Inn. 1844.
15 K. Wl DENNIS, c c •
EST quality, offered very low by
June 4 37
H B.JcJ.W. ELDER.
II. ft. Sc J. W. ELDER,
H AVE removed tbeir STOCK OF GOODS t«> the
Stnre lately occupied by E. Blake, adjoining Ousley*
tc Jeweu’a Ware-House.
M*«*on. June 2, 1844. 36
TTVRASTUS KIRTLAND is our authorized Agent, du-
X*i ring our absence from the State.
Macon, May 91 JS WHITING & MIX.
May 14 33
HARVEY 1 shot well.
C. GRANNIES is my authorized Acent, during my
f / • absence from this plar© for a few week
VMT7TLL be sold on the first Tuesday in AUGUST next,
f I before the Court-HouFe door in Canton, Clierokee I
county, within the legal hours of sale, Lot No. 299, in the
12th District. 1st Section of said county, containing 40 acres.
Bold for the benefit of the heirs of John A. Malone, deceas- !
ed, late of Butts countv. Terms on the dav.
MARTHA MALONE. )
BRITTON BUTTKTLLE. > Exre.
May 23 35 THOB. B. BURFORD, )
/ILL be sold, on the first Tuesday in AUGUST next,
before the Court House door in Clinton, Jones coun
ty. within the leg.il hours of sale, two Negroes—d man, a-
bout 45, and a woman, about 50 years old—Sold ns the prop
erty of Reuben Robert*, deceased, late of said county.—
Terms on the day of sale.
Mny 28 35 LUKE ROBERTS. Exr.
G EORGIA, Houston County.— Whereas. Alexander
Melrose and Armnnd Lefils. Jr. apply to me for let-
ter* of Administration on the Estate of John W. McCrabb.
deceased, laie of said county :
These arc, therefore, to cue and admonish all and singu
lar, the kindred and creditors of said deceased, to be and
appear at iny office, withtil the time prescribed by law. to
shew cause, /if any they have.) why said letters should not
bwgranted. Givenunder mv hand, this 6th .Tune. ^44.
37 BRYANT BATTON.c.c o
V-T H. Sledge. Administrator, de b -i.is non, on the Estate
of Harris Allen deceased, late of said coin ty, applies to n.e
for letters of dismission from said Estate :
These nre, therefore, to cite and &d*uon : *h all nr.d singu
lar. the kindred and creditors of naid deceased, to be and
appear at my office, within the time present ed by Jaw. to
shew cause, (if any they have.) wbv said leitert should not
be granted. Given under mv hand, thb- 22d Jan. 1844.
18 __ BRYANT RATION, cco
1 EORGIA. Crawford County — U hereas. Gregory J
rntorof the Estate of William Bow-
aid county, applies for letters of dis-
| mission from said Estate:
| These are therefore to cite and admonish all and singular,
the kindred end ere litorfi of said decea ed, to be arc up-
pear at in v office, within the tin e prescribed bylaw, to shew
| cause if any they have, why said letters should not be grant-
| ed. Given under mv baud, this 3d «'av of.Inn. 1844.
»5 * E. W. DENNIS, cco
VJT Turner, Aon.:
den, deceased, la
g 1 LU
- Whereas. Jason Went,
ot Jason Meadows, de-
to me for letters of di*-
Macon, June 5,1841. 38 2t
EORGIA, Butts County.— Wherea*. D*vid Higpin
applies tome for letters of Administration on the Es j RG
tateofNauc Higgins, deceased, late of said county : ^.^jr .
Theae aie, therefore, to cite and admonish a!! and singu
lar, the kindred and creditors of »&id deceased, to he and
good Beam- appear at mv ot$re. wirhin the dm* prescribed by law. to
apply to 1 shew cause, (if nv they have.) why laid letter* should net
GEORGE ROBINBON, ! be granted. Given under my hand, this 3d June. 1844. i myojtrce.
37 ’ JOHN McCOKD. cc
l LUuUiA. Crawford County
Innnistrator on the Estate
ceased, late of said county, applie
mission from said Estate :
hese are. therefore, to cite and admonish nil and ring
lar the kindred and creditors ot paid deceased, to be ai
ai-pear at my office, within the time prescribed bv law.
snew cause, tif any they have.) why said letters should i:
be granted. Given under mv hand, this 14th Dec. If43.
12 * E. W. DENNIS, c c o
t, 6 Lt UI A. C
stress sad Pastry Cook. Fnr purlieu!
Juns 18 38 Office late Oemulgee Bank.
•i County.—Where5s. .Inel Carter,
nd famnel Carier. adT-dm»tra!o r f on the Esta t cf
Jeel Carier. ,r , ce.-eased. late nf said county, apply t > u.®
for letievs of d'snns.ioD fmm said E.f»:e:
These are. therefore, tn c;:e and admonish all nnd sintrn-
lar, the kino-wd snd creditors of said deceased, to he and ap.
hetimepresi ribrdbyLw to ihew
cause.if ary they have, why said lettera should not be grant
ed. Gi-en under re.- hand, this 5ib March. 1844.
rj E. W. DENNIS, cco