LEGAL ISO TICKS.
WILL bo soli! on the first Tuesday in FEBRU
ARY next, at the Court [lous. in Blakely,
Early county, within the usual hours of sale, two tracts
of Land, Win;; in said county, containing each 253
acres, and known as iNos. 121 and 132, Sold os the
property of Furney I\ i lis, dec’d. under an order issu
ed by the Honorable the Inferior Court of Effingham
county, while sitting for ordinary purposes. Sold for
the benefit ot the heirs cf said dec’d. Terms cash.
Dec. 1. 45:d* JAMES BLEACH, Adm’r.
WILL be sold on the first Tuesday in FEBRU
ARY next, at the Cos ir! House door in Hear !
county, lot of land No. 285, in the 31 district formerly
Coweta now Heard county, containing 202 3 acres.be
longing to the estate of Reddick Gam -r, deceased.
Dec. 1. 45a WM. M. GARNER, Adm’r.
WILL be sold, agreeabty to an order ol the hon
orable Inferior Court of Ta'bot county, when
titlin'’ for ordinary purposes, before the Court House 1
and Kir in Hamilton, Ilarrb county, 011 the first Tuesday I
in FEBRUARY next,o lot of Land No. 118, in the j
20th district of origiualiy Muscogee now Harris coun- ;
ty. Sold fir the benefit of the heirs and creditors of
Burton Brown, late of l’albo! county, deceased.
DAVID B. GIBSON, Adtn'r.
Nov. 22. 42 s
AGREEABLE to an order of the Honorable the
Inferior Court of Muscogee county, while sit
ting for ordinary purposes, will be soil before the j
Court House door, in the city of Columbus, on the j
first Tuesday in JANUARY next, all tile property |
belonging to the estate of Edwin E. Bis sell, late of!
Baid county, deceased, sold fur the benefit of the heirs
and creditors of said deceased.
JOHN WHITESIDE, A bn’r.
Oct. 8,1833. 40ts
ADM I.VIST It AT Jit’S SALE.
AGREEABJjE to an order of the Honorable the
Inferior Court of Hancock county, when shun-;
for ordinary purposes, will be sold, at (he Court Hume
door, in Lumpkin, Stewart county, on the lir-t Tu s
day in JANUARY next, lot of (anJ No J 03,111 the
23th district, Ist section of origmady Lee. now Slew
art county, belonging to the esu'e <* Eleanor Gram
mar, deceased ; sold f*r the benefit of the heirs of said
deceased. PHILIP li. LUNDY Ylm’r.
Oct. 25. 1338. ‘ ‘
ADM INI 4 Tit i. y... s v „ ..
WILL he sold, on tin first Tuesday in JANU
ARY next,a’ the Court House door in Green
ville, Meriwether county, agreeable to an ord -r of the
Honorable the Inferior Court ot Meriwether county,
wniie sit ing for ordinary purposes, lot of land No.
207, ia the 11th district of originally Troup, now Me
riwether count v, sold as .ho land bi longing to the es
tate of Nancy Brown, deceased, for the benefit of the
heirs and creditors. Terms in tJe known on the day.
DANIEL KEITH, Adm’r.
Oct. 30,1333. 40_*_
ADJIIYIST tAT Kt’.S SAL
WILL be sold, at the Court House in Greenville,
Meriwether county, on the first Tuesday in
FEBRUARY next, agreeable to an order of the
Honorable the Inferior Court of AJeriwe her county,
whiie siuing for ordinary purpose* , two negroes, to
wit: Tempv, a woman, an I Green, a boy, sold as
the negroe belonging to the estate of Wat. Brown,
la'e of Meriwether county, deceased, for the benefit of
the heirs ot said deceased. Terms 111 ide known on
the day of sale. JAMES PERDUE. Adm’r.
Nov. 1, 1838. 40ts
WILL tie so. 1, on tbs first Tuesday in “JANU
ARY next, at the Court souse m Greenville,
Meriwether ountv, agreeable to an order of th<-
Honorable the Inferior Court of Meriwether county,
while sitting for ordinary purposes four negroes:—
King, a man; Jack, a man; Tamara, a woman, and
Viict, a girl, s r ld as a part of the estate of John
Knight, late ofMori wether county, deceased, for the
benefit of the heirs of sail deceased. Terms made
known on the day.
ISAAC XV. PARKERSON, Adm’r
Oct. 29, 1833. 49ts de bonis non.
REAL ESTATE AND BANK STOCK
WILL be sold, on the first TnesJav in JANU
ARY next between die usual hours of sale,
before the Court House door in Columbus, Muscogee
county, the dwelling house, and two lots attached
thereto, belonging to the estate of Eli S. Shorter, de
ceased ; also 267 shares stock in the Bank of Colum
bus, sold for the benefit of the heirs and creditors of
said estate. Terms on the dav.
SOPHIA H. SHORTER, Aim’s.
JAMES H. SHORTER, Adm’r.
Nov. I, 1833. 39,-a
ADMI.VIS TRATOR’S SALK.
WILL be sold, on the first Tuesday in JANU
ARY nexi, in ThomasviUe, Thomas county,
agreeable to an order of the Honorable the Inferior
Court ot Baker county, when sitting as a Court of
Ordinary, one lot of lan 1 known hy no. Gl. in the 23d
district of originally Early, now Thomas county, sold
as part of the estate of John Gillion, sr., late of the
county of Baker, deceased. Terms will be made
known on the day of sale.
Oct. 20, 1833. S9cs with the will annexed.
ON the first Tuesday in JANUARY next, will
he sold, at the Court House door in the city of
Macon, witlnn the legal hours of sale, pursuant to the
last will of. Francis Drake, deceased, of N. Carolina,
seven likely negroes, belonging to his estate, am mg
them, a good blacksmith, a good cook, a good house
servant, and other valuable male and female slaves—
Oil a credit of six m mills, with not and approve.) se
curity. T. W. WRIGHT, Executor.
Oct. 30, 1833. 40ts
•TAX COLLECTOR’S SALE.
WILL be sold on me first Tuesday in JANU
ARY next, before the Court House door in
Randolph county, the following Lots oi Land, or so
much thereof as will pay the taxes and co-ts on the
Counties, jNo iDist.lTaxes due.l Levied on as the
Randolph. 531 9:it $2 19$ 1 Redden Womble,
44 27 6; 8.11 3 9J3 j Pilot tl. Edwards,
44 2411 7th 164 jlVillias Bradwell,
“ 94; Bth 222 George Ellis,
“ 38; 6th 8 63J Ed. Montgomery,
44 1 64; 10th 7 7James McCrone,
44 107 | 7tit 2 13J jJames Eliot
- 44 7 6 9th 2 ooji jHenry Glover,
44 333| Bth 164 IDaniel Rowland,
Decatur. 361 14th 1 93J Has. A. McGouin,
“ 27 221 1 74J Mas. J McCarty,
Baker. 329 Bth 489 jj. L.B. MeCroot
Muscogee. [ 104; slii 2 85j jJos. Coleman.
JAMES S. ODEM, t. c. r. c.
Cuthbert, Dec. 6. 44 4t
TAX COLLECTOR’S SALEt
THERE will be sout, at the Court House door, in
the town of Hamilton, Harris county, on the first
Tuesday in JANUAiU', 183 J the following property,
to wit: ISO acres of land No. 34, in the 12th district.
4h section Cherokee, levied on as the property of
Atlier Fuller, for his Tax due the State and County
for 1837; Tax 32 cts. Also 40 acres of land No.
250, in the Mi district. Ist section Cherokee, evied
on as the property of Win. Drano, to satisfy his Tax
due the State and County for 1837 ; Tax 27 5 cts.
Also 2023 acres No. 140, m the sth district Ca roll
county, levied on as the property of David Funder
burk ,to satisfy his Tax ductile State an 1 County;
Tax 53 cts. At the same ti ne and place. 250 acres
of land No. 87, in the 13th district of Early county,
levied on as the property of Hovel Hancock, to sa
tisfy his Tax due the State and Counts for the year
1337 ; Tax due, gl 14. \VM. DUKE, t. c.
Oct. I*2, 1833. 37ts
WILT, be sold, on ttie first Tuesday in JAN
UARY next, before the Court House door
in the town of Hamilton, Ua ris county, the f How- j
ins property for Taxes, vi.t: Fifty acres of iand, i
No. 17. in tno 14th district of Monroe county, levi
on as the propert y of Garret Httdmon, guardian for
Mary D. Acock, for her tax for 1337 ; tar due 15 cts. j
5 mills. Also 4') acres of land, levied on as the pro
perty of .Toll 1 Scott, No. 433. in the s:h district. Ist I
section of Cherokee, levied on for lus tax for 1827 ;
tax due ‘25 cts. Aiso 43 acres of land. No. 7 it), in ihe j
Ist district and Ist section of Paulding coumv, levied
on as the property of John W. Carter, to satisfy his
tax for 1337 ; tax due 27 c;-=.
WILLIAM DUKE, Tax Collector.
Sept. IS, 183S. 34ts
MONTHS a tier date, applies- i --n will
, be made to the honorable the Inferior Court of
Stewart county, while silting for ordinary purposes,
forleave to sell lot of land No. 171. in the 21st district
of Stewart county, for the benefit of the heirs and
creditors of Samuel K.person, late of said county, de
ceased. MARGARET EPERSON. Adm’x.
Dec. 6. 1833. 41 4m
FOUR MONTHS afterdate application vt ill be I
ma le to the honorable th- Inferior Court, of De- j
Kalb county, when sitting as a Court of Or i.narv, for j
leave to sell a negro man by the name of Eiiick, as the ;
prooerty of John M. & Joseph M ro.siv, minors of!
Ca’harine Crossly. Soil for toe benefit of the said 1
minors. ’ C. MURPHY, Guardian, |
Decatut, Nov. 22,1535. 42m4 n
F~ OUR MONTHS after da’e I shall anply to the
Honorable the Inferior Court of Memvciher
county, when sitting for ordinary purposes, for leave
to sell ad the negro property b ‘-ongmu to the estate ot
William Brown, late of sard Me.ri.ve*hrr county, de
ceased. JAMES PERDUE, Adm’r.
Oct. 12. 1838. 33
date application wilt be
4 fu j- to the H > lora w Court pi
Troup county, when siting for ordinary pur;--, is. toi
leave to sell all of the rca. and personal property of
S?pL 3, 1838, JOSIAH PAYNE, Adra’.t.
MONTHS after date 1 shall apply to the
Honorable the Inferior Court of Meriwether
county, while sitting or ordinary purposes, for leave to
sell lot ot land No. 70. in the 23 I district and 31 section
°f originally Cherokee, now Floyd county, I<-longing
t> Eliza ail Lucretia Hussey ,oi phans of John Hussey,
deceased. IIIRAM 11. HUSSEY, Guardian.
Sept. 3,1838. 324 m
MONTHS after and ate application will be
made to the Honorable the Inferior Court of
Meriwether cou.Ty, while sitting tor ordinary pur
poses, for leave to sell all the real estate of Benjamin
Johnson, late of said county, deceased.
DOLLY JOHNSON, A Im’x.
Aug. 31, 1838. 324ni
MONTHS after date application will be
U. made to the Honorable the Inferior Court of
Meriwether county, while sitfin > for ordinary purposes,
lor leave to sell a part of the negro property belonging
to the e ta.e ol Henry Josst-y, late of Meriwether
JOSiAII W. JOS3EY, Executor.
S- pt. 3,1838. 32 4m
&j*OUR MONTHS after date application will be
■ -*L made to tlie Honorable tl.e Inferior Court of
I Muscogee county, when sitting for ordinary purposes,
j i <r leave to se;l the real estate and negroes of David
J- Britt, late of suio county, deceased, of which the
heirs and executors of said’ estate can take notice.
CHAS. D. STEWART, Adm’r.
: J* All persons Having demands against said
estate, are requested to present them within the time
prescribed hy law; and ah persons indebted are re
quired to make immediate payment.
Septembers, 1838. ’ 314 m
I OU it .MONTHS aft-r dale T shall apply to the
liono able the Inferior Court of Alenweiher
I county, when silting Dr ordinary purposes, fur leave
to sell all the negro property belonging to the estate of
John Knight, late of said couuty of Meriwether, de
coased. ‘ ISAAC W. PER.KERSON,
Augu t 29, 1833. 31 Adm’r de bonis non.
p?7?OIJli MON TilS aft r dale application will be
made to tlic Honorable the Inferior Court ol
Muscogee county, when silting f.u ordinary purposes,
f-r i .-avc to •>•! the real estate of raacis O. Ticknor,
oiidian ot Orra “tuknor, deceased.
HARRIET C. TICKNOR, Guardian.
September 4, 1833. _ 314 m
VT.NOUR MONTHS after date application will be
A 1 made to die Honorable tne Inferior Court of
Muscogee county, when sitting for ordinary purposes,
Dr leave to soil the real e-tale of Elisha S. Norton,
ate of said county, deceased.
MICHAEL N. CLARKE, Adm’r.
September 4,1838. 314 m
GEORGIA, RANDOLPH COUNTY.
ixyIIEUEAS Leah Pierce and Everitt Pierce
/i? apply to me for letters of administration on
the estate of Lovet Pierce, deceased, late of said
'These are therefore to cite and admonish all and sin
gula the kindred and creditors of said deceased, to be
and appear at my odee, within the time prescribed tv
law, to show cause, if any they have, why said letters
should not he granted.
Given under mv hand at office Dec. 3. 1838.
45 4t JAMES BUCHANAN, c. c. o.
GEORGIA, TAi EOT COUNTY.
HERE AS Jolnoth B. McCrary, applies to mo
V * f>r letters of administration on the estate of
William Darden, deceased—
These are therefore to cite and admonish all and sin
gular the kindred and creditors of said deceased, to be
and appear at my office, within the time prescribed bv
law, to show cause, if any they have, why said letters
houid noi be granted.
Given under my hand at office, Nov. 27. 1838.
44 4t WILLIAM S. GOSS. c. c. o.
GEORGIA, HARRIS COUNTY.
tjjjLMT"HERE AS Jeremiah Hailam and Joseph A.
WW Floyed, administrators on the estate of Sarah
Moore, deceased, apply to me for letters of dismis
sion from the further administration on said estate—
These are therefore to cite arid admonish all and sin
gular the kindred and creditors ot -aid deceased, to be
and appear at my office, within the time prescribed by
law, to shew cause, if any they have, why said letters
should not be granted.
Given under my hand at office, Nov. 19, 1838.
42:n6m E. T. L. Si’ENCEB, c.e.o.
GBORGIA, STEWART COUNTY 7
TABKHIEREAS William A. Mathews and John
v W T. B. Turner, administrators on the estate of
Moses Mathews, late of said county, deceased, apply
to me for letters of dismission on said estate —
Tiieseare therefore to cite and admonish all and sin
gular the kindred and creditors of said deceased, to be
and appear at my office, within the time prescribed by
ia.v, to show cause, if any they have, why said letters
should not be granted.
Given under iny hand at office. Oct. 22. 1838.
38in6 n J. S. YARBROUGH, c. c, o.
GEORGIA STEWART COUNTY.
•RjSTHEREAS Telman C. Pickit, administrator on
t? * the estate of Thomas R Cochran, .ate of said
county, deceased, applies to me for letters of dismis
sion on the said estate—
These are therefore to cite and admonish all and sin
gular the kindred and creditors of said deceased, to be
and appear at my office, within the rime prescribed by
la , to show cause, if any they have, why said letters
should not be granted.
Given under my hand at office, Oct. 11. 1838.
37m6m J S. YARBROUGH, c. c. o.
GEORGIA. STEWART COUNTY.
WHEREAS Calvin B. Seymour, executor of
the estate of John Stevenson, late of said
county, deceased, applies to me for letters fff disrnis
sion on sai I estate—
These are therefore to cite and admonish all and sin
gular the kindred and creditors of said deceased, to be
and appear at my office, within the time prescribed by
law. to show cause, if any they have, why said letters
should not be granted.
Given under my h ind at office. Srpt. 3,1838.
32 6m J. S. YARBROUGH, c. c. o.
GEORGIA, CARROLL COUNTY'.
PUCKETT WOOD of the 714th district. G. M.
tolled before me a sorrel MARE, twelve or four
teen years old, about fifteen hands high a while streak
in her face, blind in the left eye, old shoes on before.
No oth r marks or brands perceivable. Appraised by
John Lang and di e- - S. Boggcss to fifteen dollars, this
4 h of December, 1838.
A. i*l. McWhorter, J. P.
A true copy from the Esfray Book, Dec. 4, IS3B.
45 3t WM. L. PARR, D. Cl’k.
TALBOT SUPERIOR COURT,
SEPTEMBER TERM, 1838.
Benjamin B. Kinderick, et.al. and
vs. I Bill for account
Robert Kinderick, Adm’r. j and relief.
Nancy Kind, rick, Adm'x. J
‘FT }• “appearing, to the satisfaction of this Court, that
JaL Robert Ki nlerick, AdiifiV. one of the defendants
to the above bill of complaint , resides beyond the limits
of this State, it is ordered, that the said Robert do
plead, answer or demur to the aforesaid bill in Equity,
hy the next term of this Court. It. is further ordered,
that service be. effected on the said Robert, by the pub
lication of ibis order in a public newspaper for the
space of three months before the next Court.
1 1 do certify the ab >ve to be a ‘rue extract from the
minutes ol this Court, this 1 Oth November. IS3B.
41m3m C. R. WYNN, c. s. c.
IN TALBOT SUPERIOR COURT.
John 4V . Ransom “J Oill for discovery, re
_ , , ~ 7-hes, and specified per-
Joshua x nreaugtll, J formance aud injunction.
Peter AloClaine.” J J
ST appealing to the Court that Joshua Threadgill,
one of the defendants in the above bill, resales out
of the limits of this state, it is, therefore, ordered, that
service of sa : 1 defendant be perfected by publication
in terms ol the law.
A true extract from the minutes of Talbot Superior
Court. CCpterabcr term, 1638.
3Sm3m ■■ 1-. ■ YNN, c. a, c.
ST SWART SUPERIOR COURT.
Thomas W. Pierce “)
I „ „ ‘?* J Bill for discovery, relief
DavHßivms, sand injunction.
I Benjamin .Vloroney, |
| Yvhni -n A. Maxwell. J
! “gr r appearing to the Court that a!! the defendants in
| JL the above -rated case live out of Stewart county,
i -.e l Bivins in Carroll county, said Maroney in Camp-
I bell county, and said Maxwell in L-e county, i is, j
I therefore. on motion, ordered, that service be perlect
; ed cn said defendants, by publication ot this rule in
| one of the public gazettes of said state , once a month
for four months before the next term of tins Court, re
| qoiring said d> fondants to appear and answer, demur
I or plead to said bill, at said next term of said Court,
! an I this they rnuv in no wise omit.
| A true extract from the minutes o ‘ the Court, this
j 9;!i August. 1838. 35m4tn E. PEARCE, Clerk.
I IN STEWART SUPERIOR COURT,
AUGUST TERM, 1833.
! Frederick L. Bowman, 1
I Moses H U iwaian | B fjr J isco very, re
! David P. Hillhouse, j.i -1, Ac.
| David B. Perryman. J
ST appearing to the Court ’hat service of the above
hit! has been perfected on the defendant, David
P. Hilihousv, returnable to this term ol he Court, and
hat the defendant. David B. Perryman, resides oof of
i the so l l -oun’v of Steivav, it :s. Iter fore, tin motion
of com.- am tins’ Soli- uors. ordered, that service of
i >•;: 1 bill, upon the said David B. P fry man, be pi-r
----’.••'.ted by ptibiit ’ion of this rule, once a mon’h. lor
three m onto previous to >.ho next term of this Court, in
an- p tb.tc Gsz-.-t’e published in tins s’ate.
A tru- extract from tiie minutes of this Court. Au
gust 11. 1533. Ql.a3m E. PEARCE, c. .r c.
.r. m. inFPm,
PORTRAIT AND MINIATURE PAINTER,
;; i) ESPi.CTFULLY oilers his professional ser
\ ces to t ie citizens of Columbus and iis viciii-
11 ’ 5 ‘"ivi- taa-n rooms over the Store of Messrs.
‘■ t g' n - C.’o i & Cos. \> h®'-* specimens may be seen.
N. B J. H. M. is supplied with frames for por
traits and miniatur.-s.
November 15,1838, 4]tf
ALABAMA LANDS FOR SALE.
N. half 9 14 30
S. half 4 14 30
N. half 8 14 30
N. half 7 14 30
S. half 7 14 30
S. half 6 14 30
S. half 11 14 29
S. half 20 18 26
S. half 34 19 28
N. half 36 19 29
S. half 36 19 29
W. half 29 16 25
N. half 6 T 6 30
E. half 21 22 26
E. half 22 13 23
N. half S3 20 26
S. half 32 18 23
W. half 26 15 24
S. half- 29 16 25
E. half 2 18 25
Any of the above lands will be sold on terms to suit
purchasers, by application to John D. Pitts, Esq. Flo
rence, Ga. or the subscriber, at Macon.
July 26. 26if J. COWLES.
TBTBS7ILL be sold, on Saturday the fifteenth day of
iyl DECEMBER next, in the town of Girard,
Alabama, the following lands, viz :
. East 8 14 “28 | North 23 15 27
We-t 8 11 2S j North 24 15 2 7
North 6 14 28 | South 20 15 27
North SI 15 30 North 20 15 27
South 29 15 29 I South 5 15 27
North 33 15 29 East 4 15 27
North 14 14 28 | South 26 15 28
Terms made known on day of sale. Titles undisputed.
CALHOUN & BASS.
NIMROD W LONG, Adm’rs
for J. J. Owens, deceased.
Columbus, Oct. 30. 1838. 39is
PLANTATION AND LANDS FOR S.xLE.
FM^HE’subscriber oilers for sale his Plantation on
J&. tUe Uchee creek, near Sand Fort, in Russell
county, Ala.,con-isting of 1120 acres, the greater part
of which is first rate lime lands, 200 acres under a good
fence and in a fair sLate of cultivation. There is a
small never-failing stream of water running through it;
also a good spring near the centre of the improved
lands, and good dwellings and ail necessary out build
ings. A ‘ fin House and Screw are now being erect
ed on the premises. Persons wishing to purchase
would do well to call.
Also 3 or 4000 acres of first rate lands, on (he Cow
agee creek, in Barbour, near the line of Russell.
JNO. CROWELL, Jr.
August 27. 1838. 30 if
VALUABLE PLANTATION FOR SALE.
? SIHE subscriber offers for sale, on easy terms, the
Jl following rich and valuable PLANTATION,
in Stewart county, to wit: In the 24th district cf
Stewart. 6 miles east of Lumpkin, containing 1,709
acres, 1,000 of which are cleared and in liist rate or
der, and all the open land fresh.
The village to which this plantation is contiguous,
is pleasant and remarkably healthful, affording pond
society, and excellent water, and Female Schools,
&e The surrounding country is also pieanant and
settled by intelligent and worthy people. Corn, Fod
der, and Stock of every kind, may be had on the Plan
tation. Terms easy. Apply to the proprietor in Co
lumbus, or to John D. Pitts, of Florence, Stewart
county, Ga. WILEY E. JONES.
Nov. 8,1833. 40if
THE BROKEN ARROW BEND FOR
fWILL sell my BROKEN ARROW PLAN
TATION, on the Chattahoochee river, ten miles
below Columbus, containing fourteen hundred acres,
‘one thousand of which is the richest kind of river land,
three hundred of which only is subject to overflow with
high river, and five hundred acres in a good slate of
cultivation, and under good fence ; the other four hun
dred acres is high pine land, well watered, and suita
ble for a healthy settlement. It is believed to be un
necessary to say any thing about the price, as no per
son can possibly form an opinion of its value without
examining the land. JNO. CROWELL.
Nov. 8,1838. 40 ts
STOLEN OR RUNAWAY
file subscriber, on the 30th of October,
J_ 1838, ai night, a negro man and his wife. The
man is about 24 years of age, and his wife is about the
same ; the man is about five leet eight inches high,
wilh a small scar on hu left cheek ; ho has on Ins ri”hr
hand two stiff fingers, with a running sore on them,
rather round shouldered, rather bow-legged; when
walking his toes turn in a little, speaks fist if question
ed, else slow in speech ; his complexion is a copper
color; his name is NAT. His wile is about five feet
high, well set, a common black, with a scar on her left
arm, about four inches from her hand joint, about the
size of a dollar, one upper tooth out , ext to the eye
tooth ; when walking her toes turn out ; she is quick
spoken and high minded ; her name is PRISCILLA.
Any person apprehending said Negroes and deliver
ing them to me in Gwinnett county, or. the road lead
ing from Covington to Lawrenceviile, will receive a
reward of Fifty Dollars, and all reasonable expenses
paid, an I One Hun Ircd Dollars for the prosecution to
conviction of the thief. SAMUEL RAWLINS.
Gwinnet co. Nov. 17. 42‘f
AGENCY FOR THE SALE OF CHICK
BRING & CO.’S PIANO FORTES.
.CWH'ITi, GRIMES & Cos. have been made
Agents for the sale'of PIANO FORTES, from
the celebrated Manufactory of Chicicering k Cos..
Boston; and are prepared to furnish any description
of Piano Fortes, at the Manufacturer’s prices, deli
vered at this place, with tiie addition only of the charge
of transportation from Boston ; and on such terms as
will suit persons desirous -of purchasing.
Columbus, August 2, 1838. 26tf
Fin HE subscribers have just received a suppl of
.la. Howard or Jewell’s Calomel, Hydrosubiimate
of Mercury, anew and very superior article, fa/ a de
scription of which refer to Wood & Eache’s Dispen
satory. Also a general supply of Medicines, Chemic
als, ke. &c., for sale at the Drug Store of
TAYLOR k WALKER.
For sale also, as above, Miles’s Extract of Tomato
Pills, (a substitute for Calomel.) a valuable fatuity
medicine. Columbus, Oct. 25. 1838. 3Sy
ALL persons are cautioned against trading for
small NOTES, payable to Samuel Harrison,
Administrator of William Oliver, or bearer, due the
Twenty-fifth of December next; signed A. Howard,
and L. B. Camp, security. The conditions under
which 1 became security on said notes have not been
complied with on the parr of said Harrison, and I will
not pay the same, nor do I consider myself responsible
for the payment unless compelled by law.
Cuthbert, Dec. 6. 44 4t L. B. CAMP.
LOOK AT THIS.
THE subscriber has removed his stock of DRY
GOJDS and GROCERIES on Randolph
street, one door west of Major McNair’s store, in the
store house formerly occupied by Robt. MoQ,ueen,
Esq., where he intends selling bis S.'ock low for cash,
comprised of Domestics, of every description. Prints
from 13 to 31 cts., and every other article lo .-. in pro
porrion ; Sugars, Coffee, Whiskey, N. E. Rum. To
bacco, all of the lowest rates. A. LEVISON.
N. B He has also for s,.le a splendid Sofa, Secre
tary and Bookcase, and one pair Pier Tables which he
wiii dispose of low for cash.
Nov. 29. 43 3m
COLUDIBUS INSURANCE COMPANY.
FT§NHIS Company is now ready to take Marine,
Jh. Fire and Life Risks on as favorable terms as
any other similar Institutions in tins State. All losses
sustained by this Company will be adjusted with liber
ality, and promptly paid.
Dikectors— P. T. Schley, H. S. Smith, A. B.
Davis, A. Hayward, Wm. S. Chipley.
P. T. SCHLEY. President.
John E. Davis, Secretary.
Office over the store of C. E. Mims, East side of
Dec. 6. 4lff
VALUABLE PLANTATION FOR SALE,
JU'IONTAIXING Two Hundred Two and a Half
Acres of Land,mixed with oak and pine. There
are eighty acres cleared. Also, a comfortable dwel
ling, with all necessary out offices, a good gin house
and packing screw, a peach and apple orchard. The
entire under good fence. It is situated within 4 miles ;
of Columbus joining the plantation formerly owned
by Tbotnas C. Evans, Esq. Persons wishing to pur- j
chase cannot find a more desirable location than the !
one offered for sale by the subscribers.
Dec. 6. 44 f JOHN QUIN. j
PROPOSALS wiii be received at tfie Clerk’s of
fice of the Inferior Court of Muscogee county,)
until the Ist day of January next, for building and com
pleting a JAIL for said county,according to a plan to
be seen at said office.
By order of the Honorable the Inferior Court.
N. McLESTER, Clerk.
October 13,1535. 37 ts
IDO hereby forewarn all persons from trading, for
two promissory NOJftES. made payaoio to James j
Gorreil, of Henry county, both given between the first j
and fourth days of January, 183-3,one for SI3O. paya
ble the Ist da’ - of January, 1839 ; the other for 8>135,
payable the Ist day of January, 1840, both assigned by
George Gorreil. of Stewart county. The considera
tion for which said Notes were given has failed, and I
do not intend to pay them, unless compelled diy aw.
Nov. 14. 1838. 42m4n
THE subscribers have latelv received an assort- ■
memos extra rich figured Silk Velvet and Satin )
VESTS. Also, plain black Silk and Satin, which
thev will be pleased to make up to ord*-r at the short
ed notice. HAMILTON. HURD k Cos.
Jan. 2. 4’f
GEORGIA PEACH BRANDY,
A SUPERIOR article, ju and received and for sale
_/sL bv YONGE k ELLIS,
Dec.'S. 1833. 44tf I
LIST OF LETTERS
REMAINING in the Post Office at Columbus,
Abbott, Jonathan Kemp. J S
Averett, Bretty Kobb, R
Adams, Thomas Kilpatrick, D
Affieck, James Kelly. Mr- A
Anderson, G W Locke & Wiukley,
Anderson Miss Lee,J
Aseon, Mrs R Lapham, S
B iticock, H G D Livingston, A
Butherworth, Henry H Lee, John Jr
Barron, Dr Moses L Lumpkin, H II
Bro ks, Wilson Lowe,Jas
Benton, Warreu Lovelace, J J
B v rd, Wm i .ongford, J £
Booth, Gen. J II Moore, Dr
Bureh, Esq Wm Murphy, M W
Birch, Esq M N Myers, J
Britt, Anderson C Mann, Y ovng
Bugg, Mrs Emely Mizetls, John
Brown, Esq W B Malcolm, Wm]H
Bates, John A Meaken, P
Baker Wm P Morrison, H
Brown, John W Moreland, J
Barrin, Dr M L Monk, Rev S
Bridges, James Mallally, Wm
Bos worth, Mr Francis Mahone, J R
Barnett, Jonathan M Magner. J
Bart, Richard Moore, P
Battoms, James 2 Mills, Jas
Baker, John McGerin, J
Bailey & Dardin Mcßride, J m
Banned, Archibald McGueen, R
Brasington, O P McCarty, Thos
Bowin, Thomas W McCall, Mrs M
Brooks David & Cos McCoy, H
Bailey, Urbin McCoy, T
Bo vid, James L McLean, J
Blackman, Eliza Jane McCullars, D
Cuyltn, Doet J M McGehee, M 2 j
Gumming, J L McQ,ueen,J C
Chells. T T McLean, Air
Cobb, James McNair, JD
Chambers, O M McDonald, HW
Craft, M Noblit, T P 3 !
Cooper, James Nelson, Win
Carnes, Doct R W Newson, AVm
Cuiner. John 2 Monroe, Miss Mary
Card way, W M care of
Clay, P Nelson, Wm
Coicord, Jonathan Oliver, A P
Campbell, John W Pryor, C S
Ootion, Cyrus Phillips, Miss Janet
Ohambers, J H Phelps, H D
Champion, Asa Patterson, R
Collins, Mrs Charles Parker. G G
Crawford, Mrs Betsy Page, Mrs AI F.
Campbell, Thomas Pendleton, Benj Y 2
Coghiil, M rs J Persons, J
Coiinaut, Eliza Porter, Miss AI
Cannon, Wiley 2 Potter, FT 3
Clemmens, Aliss S A Pearce, G J
darker, George Pomroy, O
Cook, li Pege, Capt J
Chadwick, O Plep,George 3 •
Deiany, J h 2 Quidsey, S C
Dutton, Jane Reid,E
Dancer, J Reed, James
Davis, 13 B Ramsay, J 2
Dickerson, J Ryder, Mr
Danv, Noah Roqnemore, T J
Deilchay, J AI Richardson, R
Davis, Miss E Rumph, D
Du Ik, J B Reece, TC
Doulierty, John Robinson, R C
Downing, Major V/ Richardson, AI G
Emmons, E Reeves, AI W
Elkins, D Robinson, R
Edmond, J Scott. Wm J
Ellis, Dr Wm Shepherd, Wm
Fitzgerald, W H Siat.tor, J J
Foster, David 2 Stewart, Mrs O C
Fednck, Mrs L S AI Sagner, Enoch
Franklin, Osborn, Sears, Anderson
Fiuyhen, E Smith, II Y
Fairley,Miss Caroline Siarke. P B
Ferguson, J Shneyder, Henry
Fishbunc, AlrsM Sanfotd, Rev T
Franks, W L Smith, J L
Frances, H Smith, L
Feigh, Mrs Jane Sanders. J W
Fay, D Scott, J R
Garland, Wm Scarborough, I
Graham, J 2 Spenen, AI R
Graham, James engineer Thompson. J \V 2
of steamer Alabama Thomas, AI
Garrett, Esq II B Terry, JVI 3
Good all, J H Tarver, A'lrs C
Gray, Esq B H Tarver, H
Goldsmith, Esq J Tarver, B
Green, Levy care of R C Thompson, John W
Ow ns Tray wick, Win
Grigsby, J Tazewell, Brooks
Goldsmith, Esq J T break eld. Tolly W
Grimes, Mrs AI T Thompson. A F
Green, Wm Thornton, Richard
Green R Turner. T
Hand, Rev TJ Townsend, L S
Harp & Trask, Tomlinson, H
Hodges, P Townsend, Sarah H
Hartfield, Capt Wm Thorpe, J
Hambiet, J I, Tompkins. B
Hunt, Doct A Tilman, Wm
ilainfil, Air - M R Talley, Itv J
Hazard, A G Vance, M D
Harpiu .;. JVlra A Vaiiui, Wm
Haokney, Aliss M A V\ iggins, W E
Howell, M A A'alker, John A
Hargover, B W Wetherirglon H G
Hedges, Aliss C Wood, Wm A
Harrison, Airs S Ward, D
Horton, Nrs S Whatley, T
Holiday, D T \\ illiarus. Jas
Horton, R J Worren, J
Haywood. J Willis, CC
Holt. Doct L 2 Whiter, Mrs E
Hearn, E C Wells, A B
Harris. J M Watt, A
Hatch, A Webb, C
Holt, Doct L 2 Ward, Robert
Hartwell, A AI 2 Ware, R
Holloway. S A Wei more. A II
Ilarralson & Lewis Walker, J
Howard, J T Wood, Wm
Hurt, Esq J Woolfork, John
Iverson. B V Western Insurance and
Ivey, Airs J Trust Cos
Iverson, J Waldridge. T F
Iverson, Virlin Welch, J S & James
Johnston. Mr G Woodruff, LT 2
Jackson, H J 5 VV are, S
Jonagin, Jones . Williams, GM
Jones Mrs L A Wet hers, Sam
Jackson, Wm N Wood. John
Jones, R F 2 Wood, S
Johnston, J Williams, T
Jones, AI Woodwort, Mr
Johnston, Aliss J Yates, John
Kean. J Yelden, Robert
Persons calling for any of the above letters
will please say they are advertised.
403 t JAMES VAN NESS, Postmaster.
STORE TO RENT.
THE well known BRICK STORE HOUSE.
on Broad street, lately occupied by the sub
scriber, one door above R. J. Wade, Esq. To the
Store is attach >d an excellent Cellar and Salt House,
Possession can be had immediately, if applied for.
on the north side of Randolph street,
one door west of Alajor AlcNair’s.
Columbus, Dec. 6, 1838. 44tf
THE subscriber has resumed the practice of the
LAW at Columbus, Ga. He will be prepared
to make advances on Notes placed in his hands for
collection, provided the parties are unquestionably sol
vent, and the terms can be agreed upon. His office is
on Broad street, directly over the Planters’ aiffi Me
chanics’ Bank. S. ARAISTRGNG BAILEY .
May 23d, 1838. 16tf
THE undersigned has located himself at Alacon,
as his future residence. During his temporary
i absence communications for him may be addressed to
the care of J. T. Contant, JAS. R. BU T I S.
Alacon, July 1, 183S. 25tf.
TTE CO AI MISSION AIERCHANTS of Ap
alachicola, Florida, have concluded to reduce
tiieir Commission charge for receiving and forwarding
Merchandise and Cotton to the following rates, viz:
Cotton per bale 25 cents, exclusive of other charges;
Merchandise per barrel 25 ccnis including a!! other
charges. Columbus, Aug. 20, 1838. 29401
A NOTE given by mo to Wm. Robinson, orbear
-TlzS. er, for two thousand dollars, dated 21st June,
[ and due the Ist of January next, was given for money
on the Commercial Bank of Florida, and will be paid
m bills of the same bank, and no other way.
! Cuthbert, July 24, 1838. 25tf A. HOWARD.
THE sub-cribers having removed from Columbus,
we have authorised Ale.ssrs. J. N. 5c J. AI.
BETIIUNE to act as our Agems, and all persons
indebted to the subscribers will call on them and settle.
SAIALLEY. CRANDALL k Cos.
June 14. 19lf
AIVERSEN, Professor of Music from Ger
-9 many, and Organist of Trinity Church, in this
! city, offers his services, as a teacher on the Piano
Forte, to this community. Piano Fortes will be tuned
at the shortest notice. Applications are to be made to
Messrs. I. C. Plant & Co.’s Book Store.
References. —Rev, W. D. Cairns, the Vestry of
Trinity Church, and the Trustees of the Female
Academy. * April 59 ts
HEARD AND WELSH,
BOSTON, Mass., have for sale American Gin, of
Eag’e, Anchor, and other brands; American
Brandy of all proofs, pure —pirns Imitation Rums,
j .New Rum arid Alcoh 1. Orders will be punctually
, attended to, and the Liquors put up in good barrels or
hhds. at t-e option of the purchaser. Strict attention
will also be given to the snipping c.f Liquors ordered.
Boston. Mi’ 26,1838. 19tf
ROOMS TO RENT.
pNO’JR ROOMS to be rented in Al’fntosh Row,
JiL well calculated for Lawyers,,Doctors, or Gen
| tlemen’s Sleeping Rooms.
i March 8, stf M, N. CLARK. Agent.
WASHINGTON FEMALE SEMINARY.
Miss SARAH W. BRACKETT, Principal.
Miss'L. E. DEWEY, i
Miss HARRIET CLARKE. > Assistants.
Miss JULIA BELCHER,
Teacher in Vocal and Instrumental Music.
ON the first Monday in Ju-uary neat, the School
will t ke possession ot the new and spacious
SEMINAR'S BUILDING, in the Grove; anti for
the general information of persons from a distance,
notice is given, that Boatd for Pupils can be obtained |
in the most respectable families in our town, at prices
varying from TWELVE to FOURTEEN DDL-i
LARS per month, fuel,lighU, washing, #-c. included. ‘
The course oi instruction in this Institution, is thor - j
ough, complete, and as extensive, as in ihe most approv
ed Northern Semin ries. Our Teachers are all Pupils i
of the Female Seminary in Northampton, under the
care of M:ss Dwight, and have been, by her, selected 1
for, and highly recommended to the Trustees of this i
Institution. Miss Belcher isa Pupil of Lowell Mason,
Esq. of Boston, and brings us his m st unqualified I
The discipline and studies in each department are
carefully adapted to the ages and standing of the
Pupils, and in each, the Bible is a book of daily study
and recitation, being regarded, not only as the moans
o‘ enlightening the conscience and purifying the heart,
but as the basis of all correct education.
Already many of the Pupils in tins Seminary are
troin distant and different parts of this and the neigh
boring Slate; and for their greater convenience ihe
Scholastic year will in. future be divided into three
terms of lour mouths each—commencing respectively
on the first Mondays in January, May and September.
At the end of the first and second terms, there will
be given vacations of about ten days each, and the
month of D cember, oru of four wefts. The annual
examinations will be held in August, at the end of the
Kates of tuition, as heretofore:
Primary Department, - - §24 per annum.
Secondary “ - - 33 “ “
Senior “ - _ 4S “
The only extra charges in this Seminary, are for
Music, (Piano Forte,) - - §6O per annum.
French, .... 21 “ “
Drawing and Painting in all their va
rieties, .... 21 “ “
Wood, - l “ “
Each to be paid for in advance.
Lessons in Vocal Music of a half hour in each dav,
are given gratuitously to the whole School, which with
Calcsthenic exercises to be revived, affords a delight
ful and profitable recreation.
To parents wishing to educate their daughters,
thoroughly, and at home, this Instil mien offers the
best possible advantages. The permanent fund of the
Seminary, contributed by our citizens, enables us,
with very low tuition rates, to furnish teachers of the
highest intellectual and moral character, and in such
numbers, that every Pupil is particularly attended to.
It is intended to furnish a teacher for every twenty
Ottr town wo fearlessly assert to be as healthy as
any in the State—pur population is decidedly moral,
and in our Baptnt, Methodist, and Presbyterian
Churches, the Gospel is la’tiifuhy and regularly preach
ed, and Sabbath Schools maintained.
BOOKS USED IN THE SEMINARY.
The Bible; Walker’s or Webster’s Dictionary;
Child’s Guide; Mount Vernon Reader; Analytical
Reader ; Porter’s Rhetorical Reader ; National Read
er: Young Ladies’ Class-Book.
Peter Parley’s Geography ; American School Ge
ography ; Mallebrun’s Gtography.
Goodrich's First R >ok of History ; Second Book f
History; Willard’s Republic; Worcester’s Elements
of History, with Goldsmith’s Greece. Rome, and Eng
land ; Goodrich’s Ecclesiastical History.
Andrews’ and Stoddard’3 Laiin Grammar; Good
rich’s Latin Lessons ; 1 .atin Reader ; Virgil; Cicero’s
Seicct Orations ; Anthou’s Horace.
Surauit’s French Grammar ; Nugent’s French Dic
tionary ; Telemaehus; Muussca’s French Course;
Emerson’s First. Arithmetic; Emerson’s Second
Arithmetic; Adams’ New Arithmetic; Colburn’s
First Lessons; Bailey’s Algebra; Day’s Algebra;
Smith’s New Grammar: Mrs. Phelp’s Botany
Lincoln’s Botativ; Hayward’s Physiology; Combe’s
Physiology; Alcott’s ilotise-l-Live-In ; Galtaundoi’s
Natural Theol gy ; Paley’s Natural Theology; Al
den’s Class-Book of Natural Theology; Watts on the
Mmd; Mason on Se f-Itn.wiedge ; Kidd’s Physical
Condition of Man; Siniiie’s Philosophy of Natural
History ; Com-to- k’s Philosophy ; Comstock’s Chem
istry ; Wilkins’ Astronomy; Hedg’s Logic; Aber
crombie on ’lie Intellectual Powers ; Newman’s Rhe-.
torie; or Biaii’s Rhetoric; Alexander’s Evidences
of Christianity; Sullivan’s Political Class-Book.
N. B. Printed Monthly Records are distributed to
every Pupil, carefully distinguishing her Behavior and
Scholarship, so that Parents at a distance can be in
formed of the standing and progress of their children,
bv requiring from them the transmissions of th> se
Records by mail.
References. —The Trustees beg leave to refer to the
following gentlemen :
Col. Joseph H. Lumpkin. Lexington; Rev. S. S.
Davis, Augusta; Rev. S. J. Cassels, Macon; Dr.
VV. H. ‘A’ cents and David P. Hillhouse, Columbus;
ramet Chan,tier, rvioorre, nm.; vvm u. rxarns. w>-
lumbus, Mississippi; Rev. Jes e Mercer, and Hon.
Garnett Andrews, Washington. Ga ; Anthony Porter.
Esq. Savannah ; Gen. TepihaV. Harris. Eibertcnun
tv, G ■ rgia ; Rev. Darling Peeples. Blackviile, Barn
well District, Son'll Carolina; Cos! Thomas Berrien,
Burke county ; and Col. It. 11. Long, Marianna. Fla.
Inform*.i i. on all subjects connccte I with this In
stitution, or on that of Board, can be obtained, by ap
plying to either of the undersigned.
A. L. ALEXANDER, Chair’n.
SAM’L. BARNETT, Treas’r.
E. M. BURTON Secretary.
Dr. JOHN i I POPE,
MARK A. LANE,
A. S. WINGFIELD.
Nov. 15 1838. 41 fit
rgfltlE subscribers would inform their friends and
JSL the public, that they have taken the old well
known stand called the COLUMBUS HOTEL, for
merly kept by Pomeroy & Montague, at the corner of
Broad and Crawford streets and design keeping a
house of public entertainment, whh strict regard to the
comfort and convenience of their custom; rs.
The house will be thoroughly cle used and fitted tip
in good style, and the. strictest personal attention de
voted. by both of the undersigned, to the duties of the
establishment. The Bar will be kept constantly
stocked with first qualities of Liquor, the choicest old
Wines of all kinds, and the best Spanish Segars.—
Good stables have been*proviJed and attentive ostlers.
The patronage of the public is respectfully solicited.
HOWARD &. LLOYD.
Columbus, Oct. 4. 1833. 35tf
WASHINGTON HAL L.
THE subscriber has taken the lease of the above
large and commodious House of Entertainment
in Macon, late y occupied by Messrs. Mustiau &
Mott, where he designs keeping as good accommoda
tion for Travellers and Boarders as the produce ot the
country will alford, a good Bar, and Stables well at
tended to, extensive rooms for Boarders, and a willing
mind to acc mimodate. He desires the patronage of
the public. STERLING LANIER.
Macon, Sept. 25, 1838. 3o 3m
THE subscriber would respectfully inform his
friends and the public that he has purchased this
well known establishment, recently kept by Mr. r l hos
.Tames. The house has been thoroughly refitted and
cleansed, and every attention will be paid to the con
venience and comfort of travellers and boarders. The
bar will be kept constantly supplied with the best. A
Ladies’ Ordinary, in good style, is about to be attach
ed to the Hotel. Mr. James will remain in the estab
lishment to superintend and cater for the table. A
continuation of the patronage hitherto so liberally be
stowed, is respectful!v solicited.
Nov. 22,1338. 42.f MICAJAH YOUNG.
THE firm of TAYLOR, HOLMES k Cos. is
this day dissolved by mutual consent. Either
of the subscribers are duty authorised to settle the bu
siness of the same. H. R. TAYLOR,
O. G. HOLMES,
W. 11. HARFER,
D. THORN TON.
Apalachicola, Aug. 1, 1838. 27tl
GExH/l YL COMMISSION & FACTOR AGE
Bt SINESS, APALACHICOLA; FLA.
iHjiNHE undersigned, under the style anl firm of
JL HARPER'& HOLMES, will continue o
transact a general Commission and Factorage busi
ness at this place ; and, thankful for the libera! patron
age to their late firm, respectfully solicit a continuation
of the same. W. H. HARPER,
C. G. HOLMES.
Liberal advances made on Consignments, either for
sale or shipment. Angus- Ft, 1838. 27'f
11. R. TAYLOR. & CO.,
COMMISSION & FORWARDING MER
<O CHANTS, £2 Water street, Apalachicola Fla.
H. R. TAYLOR,
M. L. TAYLOR.
The subscriber respectfully informs Ins friends and
the public, that he will continue the COMMISSION
AND FORWARDING business, in connexion with
his brother, M. L. Taylor, at Apalachicola, and takes
this method to thank his friends for ’.heir patronage, and
to solicit its continuance. H. it. TAYLOR.
Columbus, Aug. I,ISBS. 2/tf
NOURSE, BROOKS & CD.
FACTORS AND COMMISSION’ MERCHANTS,
ARE prepared to make liberal advances on Cot
ton sent us for sale or for shipment to our friends
in New Y'ork, Boston and Liverpool.
’ HIRAM NOURSE,
IIIRAM W. BROOKS,
JNO. D. HOWELL.
Apalachicola, Aug. 23, 1338. -9 6m
PULLUM & MOORE,
AUCTION & COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
ARE prepared to make liberal advances on all
Consignments for sale at Auction without limit.
Also the receiving and forwarding of Goods and pur
chasing of Cotton. Columbus, Oct. 27, IS3B. 3C'y
TIIE PUBLIC BLESSING which is now
universally admitted to exisit in PE I’ERS’
VEGETABLE PILLS, is every day demonstrated
by their astonishing efficacy in ail the cases which they
are announced to cure, ‘i Ins is no deceptive or mer
cenary boast, but a fact undeniably proved by numerous i
certineates gratuitously and voluntarily offered to the:
proprietor, wiio, being a regular Physician, and having
practiced ins prof- ssion tor many years in different
climates, ts enabled to offer to the afflicted invalid a
medicine, on the effects of which he w willing to risk
j his reputation.
i He dots not pretend that they are a positive cure,
|or even beneficial in every complaint; but ho most
positively believes that in every disease where a cathar
i tic or an aperient medicine isneeded, they whl be found
j superior to any ot those drastic purgative medicines
: which are so much puffed in tha public prints as puri
| tiers of the blood. When taken according to the direc
| tiosis accompanying them, they are highly beneficial in
j tiie prevention and cure of Bullous Fever, Fever and
! Ague, Dyspepsia. Liver Complaints, Sick Headache,
; Jaundice, Asthma,Dropsy, Rheumatism, Enlargement
|of the Spleen. Piles, Ooitc, Female Obstructions,
Heartburn, Nausea, Furred Tongue, Distension of
the Stomach anJ Bowels, Incipient Diarrhoea, Flatu
lence, Habitual Costiveness, Loss of Appetite, Blotch
ed or Sallow Complexion, and in all cases of Torpor
of the Bowels where a cathartic or aperients needed.
They are exceedingly mild in their operation, producing
neither naust a griping nor debility.
Wherever these Pills have bieti once introduced
nto a family, they become a standing remedy, and are
called for again and again, which is sufficient proofof j
their good qualities.
Perhaps no article of the kind has ever been offon e. j
to the public supported by testimonials of a character so :
decisive,from sources as respectable,or that has given ,
more universal satisfaction.
They have the testimony of the whole medical pro
fession in their favor, while not a single case of ill eon- -
sequences.or inefficiency can be aUvdged against them. ;
Hundreds and thousands bless the day tmy became j
acquainted with Peters’ Vegetable Pills, which, in I
consequence of their extraordinary goodness, have at- j
tairfrd a popularity unprecedented in the history of I
The very circumstance alone that Physicians , in
every part of the Union, (but more especially in the I
Southern States, where they have long been in use.) i
are making free use <u’ them in their practice, speaks
volumes in their praise. Add to this fact, that all who
use invariably recommend them to their friends, at;l
the testimony in their favor is almost irresistible. As
an Anti-bilious remedy, and to prevent Costiveness, j
they have no rival. One fifty cent box will establish
their character, and prove that there is truth even man j
Prepared by Joseph Priestly Peters, M. D. at Ids!
Institution for the cure of obstinate diseases by means |
of Vegetable remedies, No. 129, Liberty street, New j
York. Each box contains 40 pills. Price 50 cents.
Clarksville , Mecklenburg co. Va. Fob. 7, 1837,
Dear Sir—[ embrace the opportunity of expressing
to you my gratification at the success which has attend- |
ed the administration of your valuable Pills in this !
section of country. It is a common fault with thost i
who compound and vend patent medicines to say toe
much in their favor, but from what I have seen of tit
effect of your pills I do not think they have, as yet.
received unmerited praise. Fix months ago they won
almost entirely unknown in this part of V irginia; they
are now the most popular pills we have.. In dyspepsit
an;l sick headache, derangement of the biliary organs
and obstinate constipation of the bowels, I know of ru
aperient more prompt and efficacious.
Their mildness and certainty of action render them
a safe and efficient purgative for weakly individuals,
and may be given at all times without any of those
injurious consequences that frequently result from the
long continued use of calomel or blue pills. On the
whole, 1 consider them a valuable discovery.
S. H. HARRIS, M. D.
Mecklenburg Cos. Va. Feb. 7th, 1837.
Having used Dr. Peters’ Pills in my practice for tin
last twelve months, I take pleasure in giving tny testi
mony of their good effects in cases of Dyspepsia, Sick
Headache, Bilious Fevers, and other diseases produced
by inac ivity of the liver.
Ti y a ;- e a safe and mild aperient, being the best
article of the kind I have evemtsed.
GEO. C. SOOTT, M. D.
The above valuable Pills are for sale by John E.
Bvcon & Cos. Columbus, Ga. July 27. 1837 30tf
WITH lliiANOilßTil’S SRLLsi.
ARNOLD, who la t August boarded with
XV-m. Mrs. Ward, near the corner of Tchapitolas and
Girod streets, was attacked with Yellow Fever, and
immediately swallowed 15 Pills, and then took 10 Pills
every hour for 7 hours afterwards. During the seven
hours they appeared to produce no effect, but at the
end of that time a feeling of faintness came over him,
an i he thought the last hour of his existence was at
hand He then blamed himself for putting laiih in
Brandroth’s Pilis. He told his nurse If he was deliri
ous, to continue to give more, as he had begun he
made np his mind to commue them, even in flic stale
lie was. Scarcely had iie given these orders when lie
raised his hand to his face, an !. to use vn e.\nr<*s
uu:r, iri.’.ro ot- c .; rrion or n.il-t ir.vnnx AS :
large as ruck shot. He found tha! lie had bro- j
ken out into the most profuse perspiration. Almost ;
immediately ihe Pills began to take effect, and he de- j
scribes the evacuations as of the most dreadful kind, j
black and putrid to suffocation. The doors and win- j
(lows were obliged to be thrown open. He was out of J
danger within 21 hours of the commencement of the
attack, and by taking 15 Pills night and morning, on j
the 4th day he was out, and in 10 days entirety reco- I
Ti is I (Dr. Brandreth) would guarantee would be
the case i:i ninety cases of 5 ellow Fevs-r out of a hun- j
dred,wus the above method adopted on the commence- ;
Dr. Franklin never spoke more truly than when he !
said “ a stitch in time,” &c.
Wouid the people were wise—time may convince, j
All fevers are occasioned by the disordered motion j
of the blood, produced by the humoral sercsily harden- ;
irtg the valves of the vessels. The blood circulates j
with greaily increased velocity, and is stiff increased
by the friction of the globules, or particles which com- I
pose the mass of fluids. 1 hen it is that the excessive j
neat is experienced throughout the whole sys’em ; and j
accompanied with great thirst, pains in the head, back, j
kidneys, and in fact a complete prostration of all the j
faculties of :he mind as well as body.
Bleeding, calomel and barks are the usual remedies j
employed by physicians. What is the consequence? j
Two thirds die and the other third recovers from the !
fever—but—yes, mind that but—but with their blond ‘
overcharged with the very remedies themselves which :
have been swallowed to dispel the fever. These gen - j
rally depvite in the cavities of the v>jjhis and arteries, >
producing most horrid pains—especially in the night,
when the cured patient is warm in bed—often obliging j
him to rise and apply cold water or some other cold ap
plication to east: the excessive pain,oftentimes coughs, I
most obstinate ones, dropsy, consumption, by the re- j
medics obstructing the lungs, and other debilitating af- j
sections lead the poor patient to the tomb after long and
This mav be prevented—can always be prevented, j
if purgation is at once resorted to—and after Ihe pa- !
tient is reduced ever so low there is hope —provided he !
perseveres. Hundreds hav< been prevented from fill- ,
ing an untimely grave by following the advice contain- i
ed in the followi.ig
SHORT SENTENCE :
On the first attack of fever, or any disease, immedi- j
ately lake a large dose of
Braiidretlis Vegetable Universal Pills,
And continue to keep up a powerful effect on the j
bowels until the fever or pain has entirely ceased.
I J These Pills are an assistant of nature, I
and alford perfect r lief whenever any organs of the
body are unhealthy, restoring health and strength by 1
removing accumulated impurities—otherwise, in simple
language, ciliated humors. This is following •at it re—
this is taking disease out of the body—and no other
way can cure disease but taking it out. It must be j
carried away from the body, not merely changed, as is
tiie carte when blue pill or calomel is given, or arty of
the numerous mineral medicines. It is in consequence
of the perspira ion which arises from the Thompsonian
practice that has brought it into notice—but sweating 1
is nothing, ompared to purging with Brandreth’s Pills, j
in the good effects on trie body. One dose of !0 Pills ;
will remove more bad humors, by the stomach and !
bowels, than a dozen vapor baths, on Thompsonian or j
other principles could remove. Purging and sweating I
is all that is required to cure disease, no matter what,
kind tT CAN BE CURED IN NO OTHER WAY. BRAN- j
DRETH’S PILLS are both sudorific and cathartic 1
—that is, produce both sweaiing arid purging. In
some cases they produce vomiting ; that is only when
the stomach is m such a state of foulness that it cannot !
clean- e itself by any other means. They always pro
duce health, because they invariably excite every or
gan to healthy action—in other words, THEY AS
SIST nature to bring about such a s’ate of things as
necessarily cans s this desirable result.
No method is so sensible as following Nature.—
Mankind have been long enough out of he’- path, and j
unfortunately after any thing but common sense, and I
guided bv anv whim but reason. Let us abandon, ;
then, false notion- and falser practices—ctus endeavor
to resume the path of nature, and be guided by the light!
of reason —let us cease to rain our eyes bv gas or can
d'e light, an 1 we shaft need no opticians—let us cease
doing those things which are contrav to the nature of
our bodies, and we shall need no phvsicians—let us
endeavor to find out. what is nature, nfoat a e the laws
that govern her. In this work experience must be our j
teacher, and prejudice must be forever discarded as j
BRANDRETH’S VEGETABLE UNIVER
May be obtained genuine and wre. of rny Agent in
Columbus. Mr. JOHN B. PEABOD Y, and no where ■
else in sai l ciiv.
Remember, always, that no Druggist is allowed to
sell the GENUINE PILLS.
It is for this cause that so many of them have the ;
counterfeits for sale. \
It’ there is anv virtue in the genuine Pills is it not
basely criminal to offer the countefeits ? arid if there is
no virtue in them (which most of them believe tobe the j
fact,) are thir motives no’ equally unworthy in offer
ing to the public any medicine under the name of Bran
dretli 1 Let every unprejudiced mind judge between I
us. BENJAMIN BRANDRETH, M. D. j
C u!umbos, Ga. April 21,1838, 12tf 1
lOT FP?T AI ' TT xttrcnaiATiew
. I<J 1 UO.FE SUFFERING WITH
Cholera Morbus, Diarrhoea, Summ „* Complaint, Co
s ... he*. Cramps and Spasms.
HE utility Oi it. s. BERNARDS Remedy for
1 . ,0 , las cv&sul to be a problem. Expert*
eiiet, >e on.v sure fouLOTtion of Medicinal, as of all
other kinds ol knowledge, has elfoctuaily established
j\v.,at the judicious composition of the Remedy, its
aomira.i . adaptation to the various indications which
I occur m the course of those diseases of the stomach,
j llV€r and i J°' vels usual >y designated as Cholera Com
| plaints, led the pi oprietor to anticipate from the first. Ot
. all experience, however, that ot men competent todis
• criminate accurately and to decide justly upon the
effects of a medicine, must be the best; anil wtth such
; iu its taxor, even the most lastiuious in these matters
must lay aside their prejudices.
; The indications ot cure arc—to tranquilize the sto
mach and bowels; to relieve the excessive puking and
: purging; to allay the increased irritability of the uites-’
! tines, giving rise to increased peristaltic motion; to
relieve that rheumatic state of the bowels which is of
ten the attendant of chronic cases, sometimes accotn-
I punted xxftii inliamnidtion and ulceration; to overcoms
the spasms, equalize the circulation, and restore warmth
! to the surface; remove congestion of the internal or
j gans, and to relieve the morbid irritability of the brain
! and nervous system; —all of which has been effected by
| the use of Bernard's Remedy tor Cholera, certificates
: of which have been given at various times, of its effi
, cacy iu cases xvideiy different in their origin and pro
! gross from each other.
iujP Look to the certificates; they are the best
, evidence that can ba given.
The commendations which several liberal and tntel
: ligent Physicians have bestowed upon the Remedy,
I have already been published; and the subscriber has
j now the gratification of adding the following front a
most respectable pratising physician of Soinerton, Va.
R. S. BERNARD.
i Somerton, May 14, 1837.
1 Mr. R. S. Bernard ;
Dear Sir—This is to inform you I have tested the
! efficacy of your Remedy for Cholera in several instan
ces that have lately come under my care, and that its
’ effects evince it to be a judicious preparation—one emi
[ nently serviceable, I will sa y altogether competent to
cure the diseases for which it is recommended. I feel
no hesitation, therefore, 111 declaiing that for the treat
ment of such disorders, 1 shall regularly dispense your
Remedy front my oliiec, and would recommend it to be
kept in all families liable to these dangerous attacks.
You may use this certificate as you xxiil.
Your’s, very respectfully,
W. L. PARHAM.
i This certificatexvas given to my agent, E. P. Nash,
| of Petersburg, and for its importance notice Mr. Nash’s
j “As agent for Bernard’s Cholera and Diarrhoea Me-’
j dicine, I cad the attention of the public to the certificate
i below from one of the most respectable gentlemen in
i the Sta’e; and I particularly call their attention to the
one given by a gentleman m this town— and if it were
j necessary, 1 could produce a half dozen others from
: Petersburg, xvho have tried the medicine within two
! weeks past. EDW. P. NASH.
| Mr. Edward P. Nash , Agent for Bernard’s Cholera
Dear Fir: I foci it a duty I owe to the proprietor ot
; the above medicine, as well as the public generally, to
j inform you that the bottle of Cholera mixture which
j l bought at your store afoxv evenings since, has entirc-
Ily cured me of a severe Diarrhoea. The cure was
j effected in taking only ixvo doses; and as I had tried
| many other remedies without the least effect, 1 am fully
] of the opinion that the medicine here alluded to is every
thing that it is said to he.
JAS. S. WALLACE, Petersburg, Vo.
Who will neglect to'supply themselves with Ber
nard’s Remedy for Cholera, when it is so fully proven
to be efficacious m all the diseases for which it is re
commended? In no case has it failed to cure the most
obstinate attacks of summer complaint made upon chil
dren. In one instance a permanent cure was effected
upon a child in this place aftet the summer complaint
had put it (as thought by tbe doctors) beyond thepoxv- i
er of medicine to relieve. It was such an aggravated
case that the child had, in the course of one day and
night, sixty-three evacuations from the bowels. Yet
one bottle proved a sovereign remedy.
Extract from one of rny agents —
Petersburg, June 4,1836.
Mr. R. S. Bernard—Dear Sir: Your Cholera Me
dicine is highly thought of in Petersburg and adjacent
counties; 1 have never sold a botlle out ol the whole
that. 1 have sold which has not, so far as I could ascer
tain, proved effectual in curing; I have never had a
complaint—but many commendations of its good ef
fects have been given tne. Y'ou may, as far as rny
judgment and the good sense of the many ts whom I
! have, sold it goes, recommend it highly to any and all
| who may wish such medicine. I shail soon be in want
ioi more. Respectfully,
E. P. NASH. Agent for Petersburg, Va.
j From my Agent, Mr. John Hare, of Memphis, Tcnn.,
formerly of Murfreysboro’, N. C.
Memphis. July 7, 1836.
Mr. R. S. Bernard—Dear -Sir: After selling a good
! -leal of your medicine for Choi* ra, with entire satisfae-
I tion, I called on a few of our most respectable citizens
Ue vG- ‘V-'i t!;v CTlfaev of said
j medicine, arm l am to enclose you some ceitin
i cates, which 1 am confident will add much to the proof
! already obtained. Having used your medicine iu tnv
| own family, for some in. ■ t violent attacks of Cholera
j and Dianha a 1 take ph t -ure in adding my certificate,
; inasmuch as 1 confim r it the most valuable preparation’
; over made. 1 f rny name is of any service, you may use
j it in any way you think be st, and I shall at all times
feel proud to think that I have been called on to testify
|to the many cures performed by vour int dicine. I am
I daily distributing it over this district, and have sent
j some'to Arkansas, where it has been tried with coin
piete success. Your friend, J. HARE.
To prevent, imposition, a fae sirni’e of my name will
\ ho attached to each bottle.
For sale bv John E. Bacon & Cos. A. Pond &
I Cos. and E. S. Norton, Columbus,Ga.
I July 27. ‘ 30
for sale by
JOHN E. BACON AND CO.. AGENTS,
tg NOR the Cure oi Rheumatism, Scrofula or Kieg’s
Srii 1 Evil, Syphilitic and Me c rial diseases, Ulcers, ,
\Y bite Swellings. Diseases of the Liver and Skin.—
To show the standing of this medicine, the follov in
testimonials ar.c 1 idences of popularity are selected
from the numerous etlers rtc.eived by the proprietor.
The following extract is from a letter franked by a
member of Coii"rt:-s :
“ Washington, 24th Jan., 1835.
“ Will yojt have the goodness to send ine a dozen of
the Indian’s Panacea? lam requested by one of the
party of the delegation of Cherokee hid ans to procure
this medieme for him, they having found advantage
from it heretofore, and being unable to procure it in the
District. J.F. CALLAN.”
“ Montgomery, Ala., 22d Oct., 1835.
‘ Having nearly closed the lot sent [l2 dozen] we
will thank you to send us 24 doz-11 more by first, vessel
for Mobile. We think very v ell of your Indian’s Pa
nacea, and find it is rapidly superceding ail other kinds
iii this vicinity. MADDOX & POLLARD.”
“ Mobile, Ala., 31st Dec., 1836.
“ Please send me 20 dozen Indian’s Panacea imme
diately, th< demand being so great we shall be out be
fore we shall receive next shipment.
“ WOODRUFF & WATKINS.”
“ New Orleans, 20th April, 1837.
“ Your last shipment of 50 dozen has come to hand
which is considered sufficient for the season. As rny
orders show, the sale of your Panacea is fast increasing
in this part of the country, and I must say it gives ge
neral satisfaction. H. BONNABEL.”
“ Natches, Miss., 28th Dec., 1837.
“ Mr. D. G. Haviland, Sir—lt is with pleasure we
cive the opinion entertained of the Indian’s Panacea in
tins city and vicinity, and can say, wha ever its combi
nation, we know of no medicine introduced to public
patronage so worthy of the high character it has sus
tained here. We are acquainted with persons who
have thoroughly tried it in Chronic diseases, Scrofula
and Mercurial affections, with entire success, and take
great pleasure in forwarding, at their request, the certi-
I,cates of cure of several of them. It has bceu pre
scribed by the faculty m many cases, meeting their en
, tire approbation ; and, indeed, such is its popularity,
we have calls for no offe r Panacea.
McGRAVV & PULLING,”
Many more letters of similar purport are at hand
but we will close with extracts .from a letter from Dr.
Witherspoon, giving a case of a member of the Legis
lature of South Carolina.
“ Sumteuville, S. C., 24th Aug., 1837.
“ The gentleman in this village whom the Indian's
Panacea cured, had Mercurial diseasos, and riot Rheu
rna i.-m. However, the cure it effected with him was
most obvious and remarkable, and, beyond all doubt, it
preserved the life of 011 c of our nrmst useful citizens..
Asa consequence, it has acquired ere at celebrity in this
1 section of the S;ate. A great deal is used, and many
i are using it for diseases tn which it is not at all appli—
| cable, by which means it will no doubt, after a whil^,
; fall in,o for note. J. B. WITHERSPOON.”
A so for sale bv A. POND & Cos.
i Columbus. March 22. 8y
q T a meetin” of the Board of Directors of the
JsL LAKE WI.VUCO AND ST. JOSEPH CA
| NAL AND RAILROAD COMPANY, it was
Resolved. That owing ;o the death of B. Chaires,
1 E: <j.. President of this Company, the Board of Di
! rectors are placed in a situation which, in their opinion,
reqt: res an extra meeting of the Stockholders of said
Resolved, That the Preside!*’ pro tern, be requested
to call a meeting of the Stockholders, tobe held in this
place on the third Monday in December next.
In pur-uance of tue foroingeg Resolutions, the _
Stockholders in the La.-te Wimieo and St. Joseph Ca
nal and Railroad Company, are requested to meet at
tlu.ir office in St. Joseph, on the third Monday (the
17th day) of December next.
E. J. H ARDIN. President, pro tern.
St. Joseph, Fla., Oct. 15. 1838. 39 9t
THE undersigned having commenced the practice
of LAW in Columbus, Geo. will attend the
counties of the Chattahoochee Circuit, and the adjoin
ing counties in the State of Alabama. Office in Hep
burn’s buildings, opposite the Oglethorpe House. Alf
: business entrusted to his rare v ill receive prompt at-
I tention. JAMES M. MITCHELL-
I Columbus. Nov. 15.