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< :&* ‘*- v *> v> •
ftJSITED STATES MOTEL
•? iigitula, (Georgia .
Ijll Respectfully informs tiis friends and
the public generally, that he has now
the entire control of that extensive and well
Tiie United States Hotel,
situated on Broad street, opposite the Augusta
titul State Banks. He will use his utmost exer
tions to give satisfaction to all who may favor
him with a call; and will be thankful lor a share
of public patronage.
March 3, • 23 3tn.
PICKED up by the subscriber between Judge Ken
an’s and this place, three Bank Bills, which the ow
ner can have by applying to Thomas W. Bolton, Esq.
‘and satisfactorily describing the same, and paying for
this advertisement. NICHOLAS H 1 WARD.
Newnan, March 9 24 ts.
IN PURSUANCE of an order of the Ho
norable the Inferior Court of De K;:ib
county, when sitting (or ordinary purposes, will
be sold at the Court House in the town of New
nan, Coweta county, on the first Tuesday m
June n xt, the interest of William H. Dabn y
and Elizabeth A. Dabney, to-wit:
The one-third part of lot of Land No. 77, in
the 3d district of Coweta county; sold for the
benefit of said William 11. and Elizabeth A ,
minors of Anderson Dahne , der’d. Terms
cash. GARLAND DABNEY. &
JAMES M. CALHOUN,
At the same time and place, (he subscrib rs
will sell their interest in said lot of land, the
some being one half, upon (he same terms.
ANN H. DABNEY.
TYRE I. DABNEY,
JAMES M. CALHOUN.
March 10 24 COd
“MB” Y friends who arc indebted to me arc earnestly re-
IV ■ quested to come forward and make immediate
payment, as we are greatly in want of the rhino. They
cannot complain for want of indulgence, as some ac
counts have been running on .nearly four years, there
fore they cannot expect longer delay; --■*a word to Ike
C. F. SHERBURNE.
I forewarn all persons from trespassing or in
truding in any way upon Lot No. 33, in the
oth district Coweta county.
Wm. T. WILLIAMSON.
March 3 23 4t
” sxTOr 21 .
THE following BLANKS, neatly printed on good
paper, at this office and kept constantly on hand
for sale at reduced prices.
Sheriff’s Deeds, of the common form.
Sheriff’s Bail Bonds.
do ('a: Ha. Bonds.
do Ca. Sft’s.
Justices’ Executions. Justices’ Summons’.
Declarations in Case.
do in Assumpsit,
do in Debt.
Bonds and Bowers of Atto. to make titles.
Marriage Licences. —Notes of Hand, f&e. &e.
KEWy vv, cow • >r\ rv beo ?h, thbisdav. p'ta m s 3B.
THE GOLUfeA Sl'aßi
JVeivnan, Coweta County Geo.
fIIHE Subscribe! has taken the House
jJjjV L JL with the above Sijrn and has also
If 1 *imßl connected the Bell Tavern with bis es
tablishinent, & intends to keep up the repu
tation of his house as the best inland Ta- j
ven* in the State. No pains will be Spared to ender
every one who may call on him comfortable, as h<* in
tends devoting his personal attention to the business.—
H also invites H rse & Hogg drovers to call and
See him, as he has prepared commodious lots &.c for
their accomodation, and will supply them on the most
T. W. BOLTON.
Aug. 29. its
be sold, on the fust Tuesday in
™ * May next, at the Court Ilojse door in
the town of Newman, and county of Coweta,
within the usual hours of sale, the following
property to wit: 2 Beds and, bedding, 2 Bed
steads and cords, 1 Pine Table, 5 split bottom and
Chairs, 1 Cluck, 1 large Trunk, 5 large cotton ;
Shawls, 10 1-2 yards Ginghams, 4 yards striped ■
Cambrick, 7 yards French Muslin, 9yards j
figured do., 9 1-2 yards checked Ginghams, ’
6 yards yellow Cambiic-k, 17 yards Calico, 8.
yards do. red, 6 1-4 yards pink Cambrick, 5
pair ladies Shoes, 4 Paste Boards, 2 doz. paper I
Pi s, 5 pair cotton Hose, I pair Kid Gloves, 1
small Shawl, 7 Shaving brushes, 5 Shoe brush
es, 1 Coat brush, 2 Shaving boxes, 6 boxes
Wafeis, 1 pair Bracelets, 1 fur Hal, 1 pair J
Sheep Sheers, 1 stock Lock, 1 large Powde-r j
Canister, 3 Cork Inkstands, 3 Files, 9 Closet |
Locks, 1 bunch Flux Thread, 1 bunch Sand j
Paper, 1 doz. Wagon Boxes, 2 Spades, 2 pair |
of S ales & Weights, 1 large Tin pan, 1 Shot
Gun, 2 Account Books, 1 Tin Funnel, 1 Ox
Cart, 1 Counter Brush, 1 Tin Scoop, 5 Books, j
1 Knob Lock, 19 pair of Butt Hinges, 1 mo
lasses Gate . levied on as the property of John I
Carrington, to satisfy an execution founded up- j
on an attachment in favor of Baxter, Fort &
Wiley vs. .John Carrington.
RICHARD B. WOOTEN, Sh'ff.
March 26th, 1836. 27.
Coweta Sheriff's Sales.
WILL be sold on the first Tuesday in May j
next, before the Court House door in
the town ot Newnan, within the legal hours of
sain, the following property to wit: One Lot of
Land, No. 2, t the Fifth District of Coweta
county ; levied on as the property of Bridgar
Havnle, to satisfy one Ji fa issued from a Jus
tices’ court, in favor of Jacob L. Abrahams vs.
Lot No. 7 in the town of Newnan; levied
on as the property of Jacob L. Abrahams by
virtue of a Ji Ja issued from the I fe.ior Court
of Coweta county against Josephus Echols,
Tux Collector, and Jacob L. Abrahams fc Levi
T. Wellborn his securities, in favor of the Jus- j
tiecs of the Interior Court.—ALSO, No. 9 in
the town of Newnan ; levied on as the proper- j
tv of Levi T. Wellborn the sams vs. the same.
NICHOLAS DYER, D. ISh’ff. 1
March 30th, 1836. 2L
fIK ON the night of the 18th inst. my
/yjK, negro woman KATE ; she took her
child, a boy 2 years old with her.—
Kate is about Is years of age, very
black, smiles when spoken to —she
SSSffiS is well known in Wilkes county, and
also in Columbus. I believe some white man
had an agency in carrying her off; if so. 1 will
give SIOO reward to any person that will furnish
pr of sufficient for his conviction ; and a rea
sonable reward if she be committed to any jail
in this State, so that I can get her again; and
$25 if delivered to me.
C. F. SHERBURNE.
Newnan. February 25.
The Banner, at Athens, and Spy, at
Washington, will please give the above 2 inser
tions, and forward their accounts.
ON the Ist Tuesday in April next, in pur-;
suance of an order of the Inferior Court
of Coweta county, when sitting as a Couri of
Or liiiary, will be sold at the Court House :
Lot c Land No. 55, i” th stli
district of the county of Coweta. Sold as the
property of the estate of John Dickson, dee’d.
ASA DICKSON, ‘ ,
MICHAEL DICKSON, j r ' xors ‘
LYDIA DICKSON, Ex’s.
January 9 16 tds.
Georgia, Coweta county.
n ( T HEREAtS Nimrod S. Childs, anardinn of i'.7. -
kiel Cothron, minor, has applied for letters of
dismission from said guardianship,
This is therefore to cite and admonish all concerned, to
be and appear at the next term of said conrl, to shew
cause, if any they have or can, why said letters of dismis
sion should’ not he granted.
September 6th, 1835
1 certify that the above is a true extract from the mi
nutes of the court.
DAVID MOSELY, c. c •.
September 12. 3
FLA<> OF TRUCE*
THE thorough bifid and celebrated mile
Ilorso Flag of Truce, will com
mence his stand again in this county on the
10th of this instannt. For further particulars
WM. T. WILLIAMSON.
March ‘f- £* d‘B
e!• Cit af r v*— K•r !• t *£ w r *fn “ ...Okc-itcr.
t| fcl'bOLl i lON.—The film 1 Bedell &
W alker was dissolved ton the l s th inst.
by mutual consent. The business of the firm
will be settled by G. W. E. Bedell.
G. W. E. BEDELL,
48BA TIIE CITY HALL, Columbus,Ga.
Is now under the sole direction of G.
V. E. BEDELL. His undivided at
tention wi l ! be give to his establish
ment, and every ex nion used to render com
fortable and pleasant all that iruy t ail upon
him. October 31,
Factor jt-& nmmissiou B ;sittes
iE undersigned under the firm of
/ IE * o,,nff & Uobb having taken tnc
w’Vffl ar< ‘ Houses and close Stores, recent-
V occu P‘ r< * Messrs. Shorter, Tarver
Cos. and Mosers.S K. Hodges Cos.
which will be ope i for the reception of Cotton and Mer
chandize bv the first of September next, and intending
permanently and exclusively to devote themselves to thi
transaction of the . are House Factorage and Com
mission 15 sine tend; r their services to their friends
and the üblic generally, with the assurance that their
undivided attention will he given to the interest of their
Their Ware Houses and Close Stores are in good or
der ands- located as to b more ex mpt from the danger
of Fire than any other in the city. Particular attention
will be paid to receiving and Forwarding Goods.
wm. p. young.
WM. A. COBB.
Colnmbus, August 1” ts
Georgia, Coweta Con “i.V
TOLLED belnre me by Win. W. Gut :rie,
of the 693d district G. M. one sorrel filly,
supposed to be 3 years old, with white hind feet
and a star in her forehead, appraised In David
Spratlin and Lodowick Rosco to $25; this
16th day of January, 1836.
High W. Houston, J. P.
A true extract from the minutes, this 28th of
R. W. EAST, c, i. c. c. c
February 11 2O
Georgia, Coweta Comity.
npOLLED before me by Hiram Moses, one
dark Chesnut Sorrel Horse ahout 10 or
; 12 years old, three white teet and bald face,
swinnieil in the right sh'ulder; appraised by
Edmu and Pass and Giles Elmore to S2O. This
12th December, 1836.
JwHN ML RPHEY, J. P.
A true ex'ract from the Minutes.
R. W’ Lst, CTk. I. C.C. C.
January 12,1 36 17 ts.
Georgia, ! owtta ( minty.
npOLLED before me, ‘Ym. Hearn, a Jus
-*2- tice of the Peace ii and for said com ty,
by W, W. Burks, a heifer, supposed to be 3
years old, marked with a smooth c*.op in the
right ear, and a crop and a half under crop in
the left, brownish colored; appraised by Charles
B. Talafario and and Thomas S White to se
ven dollars —this 6th February, 1836.
Wm. Hearn, J. P.
A true extract from the minutes, this 9th of
R. W. EAST, c. i. c. c. c.
February 11 20
A WONDER IJ
1 WONDER >rhen the people will come in
and pay off their accounts punctually at the
end of the year, or give their notes. 1 wonder
what is the reason that the uewspapers do not
teem with the importance of this subject; eve
ry *hing else seems to have many and able ac
vocutes, and yet this all-important it m to the
Merchant is left untouched. Will the people
never think of this? Will the time ever come
when every man will be punctual? How im
portant is this very one thing to all kinils of
trade ! It seems that the people are loosing
every thing like a sense of feeling, to put off
settlement until dunned for the money, before
they think they owe the debt. I hope this hon
est appeal will induce them to conn finwai
and in ke payment. A TRADESMAN.
March 24 26 4t
Georgia, Cowrta County.
(1 It ARLES B. TALAFAKIO tolls before
J me, Wm Hearn, a Justice of the Peace
in and for said count\, two ewes and 2 lambs,
one of the ewes marked with a crop and under
half crop in die right, and a crop, under slit ad
hole in .the left; the others imm.o k and; appraise*
by Thomas S. White and W: W . Brooks to $3
This 6th February , 1836.
Wm. Hlarn, J. P.
A true extract from the minutes, this 9th ol
R. W. EAST. c. t. c. c. c.
February 11 20
iinhi* be sol 1 at the life residence of
* * \\ eaver < otmn, deceased, in the second
district of the county of Coweta, on Thursday
the sth day of May next, all of the per'shable
oroperty belonging to said deceased, eo si*ting
of horses, cows, sheep, hogs, and other stock
corn, fodder, household and kitchen fur iture
plantation tools, and vari ais other articles too
tedious to mention. The sale to continue from
day to day until all is sold. Terms made
known on ihe day of sale.
CARY COTTON, Adm’r.
SARAH COTTON, Adm’x.
March 17 25 40d.
I A STRAMiKU
(CALLED at mv bouse on Sunday the I4t !
J insta.t, with a severe gue, which nasi
shortly aft r su eeeded by high fev r, an i deli j
rium—two Phvsicia s were caked in timing |
the day. who pronounced his rise dangerous;
consequently a attempt was made to g .lher
from him his resid n<- , name, &c. The fol
lovvinj* brief fa.-ts were obtained :
hat his n me was Moses; residence, Cow
eta county, G ugia; that te was on business
with a p rson in ‘alia coui.tv, A lbania, by ■
the name of Riser, or Rceser, (for his voice wa |
so shattered that it was difficult to um ersland [
him,) he said he had a w h and six children. —
He had a letter in his possession directed to
James Rie-er, rr Buser; he spoke of mo ev in
his sa .dle-b igs, consequently an examination
was made of every thing in his possession.
Ninety dollars & eighty sev n cents vras found
in his saddle bags, all in silver; part >f which
was in a strippd horuespu bug, and part in
leather purse; no other money or evidi nee o
money was fund. He rode a ba\ mare, and
was dressed in ho espue; he bad a memomn
dum, as tiiough he intended to enter laud in
Township 13, Bauge 27, m the buck of which
was written, “Selma, Alabama.”
I am sorry to ad , that hi- died last v- nira.
notwithstandi g cv ry p 5,-ibie exertion was
made to save his life. Wm. R Pickett.
Mount vintage, Autauga ou.ty, Ala,
February 17tb, 1536. S
idp’ Toe Georgia papers wi!i serve 4 Ji cause ot h >
inanity by publishing theab ,ve.
F bruarv 18,— Since writing theabov. a leather p- ek
•t, or fob, was found in th dt <■: is* and draws rs, containin'.
| four hundn-d and fiftT-fivi dolla: - m United and
\lubamaßa: k Not sand one half Eagle. Th name
Latimer, <*r Lutim- r vuts written on ‘ in.-jd* of ♦<* tV*b.
U A iC J- “%% ELht ~
‘STER ic F’ >GLL havi !at< !y r turned from
JEL N, w- > ork,where th v hav s, i. ct and ai assortment
of Goo*in Ih ir line, vv'a.th, added to n*lr former
stock, makes tin* most splendid coil* ction oi articles ever
offeree, tor sale m this town, and second tn none ..except
Alarquund.” Among otii r articles, the oilowmg tie
Levers made to order, and warranted o\ tnc best kind
! Also Tobias and other appr ved makers
Gold, Anchor, Du pit x, Lepin** Verticle and Silver
Lever, Anchor, L< nint. Giucrticr, nd common.
JEWELRY , &c.
( Watch, guard and neck Ch&ms, a grecl variety
j ‘ atrhand guard Key? and Rings
j Finger rings, from or.c to one hundred dollars
1 Bre*t Pins, from one dollar to two hundred dollars
| encil caseK, ctactrs, l rumbles,
: Otuizzing Glass s Far Rings, a great variety, some of
the latest styl-, cdalions
Table. Tea. ustaid, v alt, Cr am and P • -.t Spoons
Ladies, Sugar l ongs, Butt* r Knives. V -h
j Forks, 6nufi , Conihs an \v ait ?
PLATED WJR: ,
Castors. Cordial Stands, i ca 1 ms
! Branch t andlesticks, common asui -• h , :
Snuffer Trays and Snuff . Spo>,3
Xstral Lamps, Cups, Knives a?id ( . kt and
British Plate, S|>oons, Forks a *d Butter Kmv* s
Bntania Tea and Coffee Pots. Urns,. poous
Leather Boxes, Tumblers, Cutlery
A few setts fine Tab < Cutlery, containing 51 pi* c?s
Pen, Pocket and Dirk Kmv* s. Scissors
Belt and Pocket Pistols, Duelling Pistols
French Clocks, American Fight-Jay Clocks
: Percussion Caps, Music Boxes Accord* ans
Portable Desks. Gent’s and Ladies’ Dressing Case.-*
’ Tea Trays, a good assortment
! Canes, with gold and silv r beads, with and without dirks
j Steel Spooks. Gilt and Bad a tub Guards
l Bead Bags ad Purses, >;lk and L* at her Purse-
Visiting Cards and ( a3es, B It Buckles and Plaques
Teeth ami Cloth B ushes, Lather Do.
Powder Flasks, a general assortment of Perfumery
Also, an assortment of
And many ofh*r articles, which they will be glad to
sh* w to persons favoring their es’ablishm* • : with a call,
thrt e doors North of the Insurance Ba k when watches
will h repaired rn atlv and warranted to perform well.
Also, ail kinds of Jobbing done at short notice.
Columbus, October 1,1835
* er<;ia. ( oweta county.
tLL persons are hereby forewarned from
trading for two promissory notes, one on
A. C- Boon for $25, dated the 16th of this in
stant, and duo the 25th of December next, and
made payable to me or bearer, with the ?üb
scriber’s name wrote on th back of said note.
The other given by myselt to Lam Gnce or
bear, r, tor dated the 24th of this instant,
and due the 25th of D cetnber next, as 1 am
deteiniinr.i not t> pay -ai i notes or any part
thereof unless compelled by law. This 27th
day of February, 1536.
March 3, 23 3t
• F 4 <7 I ’
In Coweta Superior Court. March Term, 1*36.
Sarah Martin, i
vs. [ LIBEL for DIVORCE.
“'m. F. Martin, I
1 appearing to hv Court, that the Defendant r s dcs
ul of hi id -: On motion,Ordered, that th** Dc*
tondiint bo and ai pear at th next t< rm of the Superior
‘’ourt nf said county, to be he Id on the Ist Monday in
epi inbcr next, at the Court-hous of said county, then
and there to answ r the Plaintiff* in an action for a Di
vote*, (Sin default th- roof the said Court will proceed as
to justice shall appe tain—and that this rule or order he
nuhlishtxi in a public gazette of said State once a month
tor three months. JAMES TIIO I N,
A true extract from the minutes of said Court, this
lOth March, 1936.
GEORGE PENTECOST, <Tk.
Mrrch 17 *25 3m.
Four munths after date, application will
bo made to tho hoeornble the Inferior
Court ofCoweta county, when silting for ordi
nry purpose*, for leave to sell the south half of
Lot No. 14, in tl e Ist district of Cowi tncoun
belonging to Martha Ann Powell, minor.
IVm. SPRATLING, Guardian.
March 3 ‘73
B-t l 8 IN liOi.sLS.
A writer in th- Amer ican Farmer - tat- s t!:c
follow ini: as a sure remedy for the bobs in
horses, and says it u s pr.o to eo bv a veto a
iv surgeon who i amP!..t is country during the
revolution with Baron Steub. n :—First drench
the horse with t quart <*i new milk saturat and
with ho ey, molasses, <-> sugar, ft be prefer
red in the >rder in which drey ue named;)
leave him t > h erst r at: drench him again
with a pint ofatro g brine, previous y m.ide by
dissolving in boiling wat r as much common
sat as t! will hoi , and leav tne horse undis
turbed two hours more. ben administer naif
apr int ot hue: ed oil. and th s treatment is com
The rationale of his e urse, according to
th’ writer is as follow* : Butts destioy horses
bv fe ding upon and perforating the ii.tegu
ments rs the stomach; but. preferring sweet
ene milk to a flesh diet, th> v leave the sub
sianr- of he st-mach and glut on the milk, of
w ich tt-ey p r ake so “ ueb tri t thev are great
iv distended, • xpositig a thin skin te ,n tion
of the brine when administered, w, oh easily
and strovs them. Oil is afterwards given to heal
the wound- in the stomach ma.i( by ttr woims.
John Hin s. in his Treatise < n Farriery, (a
work which should b in the hands of every
mao who ha the charge of ars. s,) ttnbuted
he generation .>f worms to irrrgular ceding
n.i to feeding upon in !'.ge*tibie su s n< es
mustv hav grain, & . rnd iti *.nie age,
horse-to imp rfeet • s atio the- causes
produced mdtge.-iiQn, and uiumatelv wo.ms.
Mi. Hinds recommends, that, when it is cer
tain the horse is attacked by worms, the fol
lowing bolus or ball be administered : C .lo
mel, 112 drai hms ; Annis seed. 5 draems,
mixed with treacle into a paste for two doses io
be given on two successive nights, the. first
i dose to be preceded bv water gruel, aria tho
, last one followed, he next cay, by a purga
tive compound c. Birbailoes aim s 4 dr chm c
Gamboge 1 1-2 drachms, prepared kali 2
drachms, ginger one dr.tohm oil of a rubs
teaspoonful syrrup of buckthorn sufij
for .. the i. to a ! f • ,
s* t ;-t *. . s j,. “t
t • • •>: ’O 1 • ■
a 9 to be
- rn. g h th purgative ; e
me.it.w h’fs sh -u' be i * with
era ke . -ro, ma-bed p*.t t-.es
ea-iiv dhrestibie ; acconipauieti , :..
wi h salt. As the disease is proitu -o L ■;
pair and digestive orgaus.it must be c .u. y
rosioring to those organs their hcahhtui :• .
toward- which the medicines e. nttr-inded
have a favorable tendency.
Feeneh mode of making Brandy peaches.
Preserved fruit ts generally c’oying, ad of
te times unwholesome to the stomach be
cause of its unmixed tweetness, arising from the
manner in which they are usually prepared.
Tiie most grateful preparation of the peach
we have ev. i seen, is that which is accomplish
ed by the following process :
Scald them in hot water, then dip them in
hot stro g he, rub them w ith a rloh aid I row
i ihem i to cold water . make a syrup of 3 4 of a
; pound of sugar to one pound ot fruit, ad wb* n
i cold put in an equal quantity of brandy,
| Tansy. —This herb may frequently be ob
• served growing in the country church \;.rds.
; which induces us to think it was formerly us
;as a funeral plant. Tansy has this peco!
virtue, that if any d> ad amimal subs ann
robbed with it, tbs’ th sh fl\ will t ~ lack ;
Boerhaave says, the haves applied to a d<: c.
j body, and intruded in o the mouth ar.i in t
i preserve it from putrefaction end us< >s
I whence the plant has been called .1:1 ■■ •
- that is immortal plant.
An intelligent former of this town hus ci i
1 nicated to us, what, he says is an effectual r m
j edv against injury to horses and cattle, which
| mat have eaten too much grain : It is simply
to administer a pint of melted hog's laru us
soon as the fret is discovered. He says he
lias tried the experimei t a number ot times and
always with success.
Cure for the Scratches in Horses. —An oint
ment of itch-weed or poke-root is said to bo
a certain cure tor the troublesome disease cal
led scratches in horses. Bv making a strong
decoction of this root, and adding an equal
quantity of melted lard, a few applications to
the fetlocks of the horse, it is said, will effect a
c ure. Utlviderc Apollo,
A hungry Scotchman took up a raw egg,
cracked the shell, an i w s raising it to his mouth
when his ear was suddenly saluted by iho shrill
pipe of at. unborn ctiicken. “ Y'e spoke 100
late,” cried Sawney, and de*vp went tho pulM