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ALBANY, DOUGHERTY COUNTY, GEORGIA, SEPTEMBER 30. 1858.
rTJBUSHED EVF.Ry THURSDAY UORRIRG .
f wo Dou.ars per year, payable invariably in advance.
\nvun-isfMENTs will be inserted in the Albany Patriot
',uhe rate ot Si per square for the first and 50 cents for
MC AdveS-nien^ handed in without instruction as to the
lAn.rth of time they are to run, will bo continued until or-
ted out and charged at the above rates.
1 Monthly advertisements will bo inserted for One Dollar
^Al? 1*3*1 advertisements published at tho usual rates.
CONTRACTS , ru ki
W’atbe made with advortisere upon the following terms :, P^utendent of tho tables.
. 9 months f}25 00 j
©cncral TVimcrtiscmrnts. ! ©nteral 3,Jiucrtiscmcnts.
3XTe-W Hotel. GROVER &, BAKER’S
SCREVEN HOUSE, (SEWING MAC HINES.
BY : EASONS why the GROVER & RAKER Ma-
Corner Hull and Cong
fTMlIS NEW HOTEL, furnhtaci thronshout in
JL[ themost elegantayle,IS NOW OPEN, and
Cotton Planters Convection. j
The State Press publishes the proceedings of j lit
T VJ7' - VV7‘ O C>_ Ttlj'TtTC! » 'the Comention which assembled in Macon on the and most sparslv settled regions of Arkansas
VV & OC .LUlt VV O I uth inat.. lion. Howell Cobb, of lion
er i r T , DE*itndersipned have recently pnr-
’ I cl)u?ed the Stnhles known as Green
e jJ & Barnes* Livery Stables, situated on i*
chine is universally prefered for family
1st* II more simple, and easier kept in order.
-sir.. Savannah, Co. ' h '; n ^;y Other Machirre.
i 2*1. It makes a sea in which will not rip
though every third stitch is cut. I lhe corn ^< ,f «rnad and Jackson si rents, («
3d. It sews from two ordinary spools, and thus J pond.) They are now prepared to accommodate all
IftltST n ixi iinTFI JHiill ! ,l!l tronble of "Ming thread is avoided, while the | *}«> any husmess in U.eir line. Fine Horses,
if 4”! LL# ; same machine can be adapted at pleasure, bit a mere \ Hacks will always be on hand; Wag
hr. T. C. CHICK is engaged as *"*-♦ «•« T - - —**• • • - —■ * * ' **“ “ * **
;aged as Caterer and Su-; change ofspoed. lokll varieties of Work.
riav.5,1857.— - - •
i jbiu ire 3 months 85 00j5 sq’rs. 9
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NOTH’E TO LAND-HOLDERS.
18 00 j rpIIE undersigned will attend to the sol I in 2 or examining
24 00 J- ant * intonnation of Lands lyrng in any of the
30 00 ' couu ^ es °f South-Western Georgia,on reasonable terms.
of L md at
i the First
iftween th* hours of ten in the forenoon and thre
moon, at the Court-House, in the county in which
p-rty i< situated,
sale-* of Personal Property i
inner Forty Days,
v to Debtors and Creditors
-I Forty Days.
;c i hat Application will be i
A. P. GREER,
Albany, Baker Co., Geo.
Reference*.—II. flora, Hon. Lott Warren,R. H.Clark,
Albany Ga.; S. C. Stevens, Newton, Ga.
Dec. 9.1853. 35—tf.
LAND FOR SALE
I WILL sell on reasonable terms, about two hun
dred acres of land adjoining to Albany on the
West, being the lot of land on which I recently re
sided. There is about 80 acres of land fenced and
in cultivation, and the balance is well timbered.—
There are a dwelling house, out houses. &c., on the
place. I will sell the whole ora part of the land, to
suit purchasers. JOHN M KENDALL,
Albany, July 16, 1857 (Idtf.) Agent.
HI la Ia>S
Valuable Lands for Sale.
L O PS Nos.3I and 58 ill 6t!i District of Randolph
county. 45,69,56,199, 139, 133. 103, 105.
106,107, 86, 87, 88, 89, in the 1 llo Disiric; of Ran
Numb r 110. in the 18th District of Thomas cotin-
‘•y, and number 83 in the 8th District
i at theii
TI lose Machines are always on exhibi'i
Sales Room, on Broml street.
THOMAS P. STOVALL & CO.
TT J II. Watson, Agent for Albany’, Ga.
July 1. 1858 14 —
Freight and Passage as Loir as by any other j fJMlE STORE lately occupied by Mer*
FOR NEW YORK.
An Arkansas “Noatis."
recent lour through one of lhe wildest
on the ; and mos
14th inst., Hon. Howell Cobh, of Houston county, I(s»ysa correspondent of a New York paper,) I tr»
in the Chair, and James W. Belvin acting as See- J rived at the ferry on the Catcho river. A little
retary. The Committees appointed «t the late Con- ; log house grocery stood on the near bank, about
volition made their several reports: , fifteen steps from ulierc the flat lay, tied to a snag
Mr. John H. Ragan. Chairman of the Committee j» the edge of the water. Several bearskins,
on the “Cotton Power,” made an able report, which deerskins and coon-skins, were nailed up to dry
was read Rnd received by the Convention. against the walls of the grocery, but the door was
Col. Jesse D Ha via, Chairman of the Committee j dosed and no barkeeper, ferryman, nr Other person,
on appointing “Agents,** submitted a report on that! was in sight. I hallooed at the top of my voice some
i~ ,w,~. * ■ | subject, elucidating with marked distinctness ilie j half a dozen times but no one answered. Seeing
fH!!.L?. r !!!: *55TZr*rJ ! 1 .U?5._; ^ uod P 0,ic y of cotton planters not submitting to an advertisement on*tl.e door I rend as folows.
hich waa-»w | “Noatis,—Ef enny body citms liear artsr ticker,
ceived. lor to get A kross the River They can ges bio This
Col. Wm. M. Davis, Chairman of the Commit- ] hero Home and ef I don’t cum when my wife Bet*
! L|(UTCD om l I /\rn nnn Q * r Tl ^ °n “the Slave Power as a Union Power.” read j py 0 p at the House heares the Horne a bloin shelo
jllUuOEi dilL LiVJ 1 run. OiAljlj a report demonstrating the necessity of cotton as | CU m down and sell the licker or set em Akross lhe
the substratum of banking, exchanges and commerce i R,|ver ime guine a Fishin no credit a when ime
of the United States, and especially its benificent I aw ay from Hoeme jolm wilson N B. them that
influence on the wealth and prosperity of the North, ^cant rede will hove to go toe tlic house artcr Bet*
which was received. , sev tanl but half a mile thar.‘*
Mr. Isaac C. West, Chairman of tlie Commiitee • Jn obediance to the “Nontis” T took the blowing
on “the Cotton Power,” as “an anti-Abolition Pow- horn, which Ktnck in a crack ot the wall close
er,” made a report, setting forth the growth and ; by the door; I gave it a toot or two, which rever-
dangers of abolitionism, and vividly illustrating the berated lar around through cane and nwatnp, and
“power’’of cotton to save us from its designs, which jn a few minutes was was ausweaed byavoioc
was received. scarcely a.< loud and reverberating than that of the
Gen. B. H Rutherford, Chairman of the Commit- ftorr—it seemed to be about half ainile up the riv*
tee ‘‘on the operations of the farm,” made a report e r, and in about fifteen minutes a stalwart female
setting forth sundry practical views as to the plant- made her ap|»earance and asked if I wanted licker.*
4th. The same machine runs silk, linen thread, j wcessarv. r l be best *^nt(nn Mid ; improper charges by their factors,
and common *pool cotton with equal facility. ! P ut ,n l ' ,c,r clwirge. W. \V . & (*. M. DLVVb.
5tii. 't he seam is as elastic as the most elastic! Albany. Angus* 19, 1858 21.
fabric, so that it is free from al! liability to break in
washing, ironing, or otherwise.
6th. The stitch made by this machine is more
beautiful than any other made, either by hand or I IN ALBANY.
Merchants can secure the sales of the=e Machines ^fMlE undersigned offers forsale the Cottage
in their different localities, with profit to themselves * and Lit upon which Mrs. L. A. Catcii-
and their customers, by applying to 1 lie undersigned, ’ i>cs now lives. For terms, apply to Glass,,
owners of the Right for Georgia. | Laws <fc Co.
' iD“ South-Western Rail Road Stock taki
I 90 cents in the dollar
Albany. Aug. 12, 1858.
Residence to Rent or Sell.
I lacks of an
y part of tht
CABIN PASSAGE, : : $15, \
By the splendid and commodious
Side- Wheel Steamers I
. AUGUSTA 1,M0 tins Cupt. M. S. WoodhuM. !
riioimvs FLORIDA, 1,300 “ “ tswinc Crowell. \
county. J ALABAMA,.. .1,800 “ “ Geo.R. Scheuck.
Number 475 in the l -’th District r f Lowndes I And first class Propeller ;
‘ , “ ucr STAR OF THE SOUTH, 1,100 tons...Copt. T.L>—
"mrity. . . _ . r _ , nnllESE Steamships belong to _
Number 1 in Me 5*h District of Dooly county. | JL the old establislu d and favor-
Numb rs 74. 294, 295. 321.365. 383. io the 4th I ite line, known as the “New York
District ofEarlv county; numbers 153. 252. in tlm! and Savannah Steam Navigation
5lii Diitri. l ftnrlv ci.mv, anil her 3S3 in lhe Company.” »nd in comfort, nc-—
, ... - r» *. : , i . i eomniodations and fare, cannot be excelled. Tin,
-8th Diolriu of Early countv. Apply to I commanded by experienced, skilful, careful and polite
JOHN A. DAMS, 1 officers. PADELFORD, FAY & CO.,
Albany. Ga. ! A cents, Savannah
Feh. 2fi 1857. 48-tf. I SAM’L L. MITCHILL & SON
deGrapff.krip.d, adjoiniug the Isabella II*.
! ami the room in the second story opposite Clark &
Lippi*.f* Law Ofti-e.
For further iurormaiion apply to Mercer & ileGr.if-
fenried. * MAKX SMITH*
Aug. *26, 1858. 22—tf.
For Sale or Rent.
rjpHREE DWELLING HOUSES, situa-
-D- ted in a pleasant part of the city.
One STORE-IIOUSE—large rorin neatly,
fitted up. Four r*^ins up stairs suitab
! ing and tillage of cotton, and its prepa
| market, also urging considerations in favor of more
I attention being paid to raising grain crops and stock,
which was received.
On motion of Mr. Abner Burnam, the Conven
tion then adjourned to 3 p. in. i
j At the afternoon session, ainono' the resolutions
adopted was the following:
i By Mr. Abner Bn mam:—
Resolved, That the several Committees who have 1
not yet reported, be allowed to report to the Presi-
! dent and Vice President, who shall cause said rc-
I ports to be published after approval.
By I)r. G L. I). Rice
“No. madam; l want to cross the river, if you
“Dont ye want some lickeJ fust?’*
-dont drink—never Joncli llq-
“Nnver tech lichcr!
, an’t you ?’*
Why you must be a preach-
”0, yes; I cat
time. Fetch up y
ion of temperance,
if please—do you
- in less than no
11 led the horse into tho boat;
i 1st October next,
st 19, 1853.
Resolved, That Benjamin II. Rutherford, first; door there?’*
'‘Did yoiu husband write that advertisement oOlhe
Salamander Sale Agency, j ISABELLA HOUSE,
—ALBx\NY, GA.,— ! (formf.im.y ukummey house.)
rwifi subscriber is the Agent .4 the Manufactur-j ALBANY, LEO
ers for ih> sale '4 Stearns & Marvin’s “Wil- j f\
let's Piv.ent SrtlHivun.jer Safes,** wbivl
t for the reception
S \M*L°SMlTH 0n ’ I V ‘ ce Pre8ident of l!,e Contention, be requested to "No, sir-ree ! Sclioolmaster Jones writ that.
^ ojl_j3 vv * ! proceed, in tho way he may deem most efficient, to Jolin hain’t got no larnin !**
: procure from the Legislature an Act incorporating: And the good woman rowed the boat safelv
NOTICE! NOTICE!! the Convention. across the ugly stream; and handing her the
By Col. Wm. R. Davis! : feriage fee, I bade het good morning beleiving
Resulted, Thai when lhe Convention adjourns it! then, (as I still do) that she was one of the
New York. \ VALUABLE COTTON PLANTATION
id best wives I ever saw, per-
ith her lot, because she knew
ire-proof and hnrgla
• desires to keep .su
’ffl IIB above Hotel, in Albany, the present termin- \ Creek.
5, us of the Georgia and Florida Rail Itoad, is j There is 700 a
i tin* IlviS ; rox Hotf.l iu I!
nsji irtation added. Uil! a
4 NELSON TIFT
James ti hill.
:*' a TJ^LJSrX r Z?TJlFL^J 2 2]
I ’S’HE firm of l.irriiB N
j & mlived !>v tlie diMtli .
<»pportiinitv <»f r<-:
• put rolls and the pu
SAMUEL SMI TH.
BURIAL CASKS, *
Dougherty Superior Court, 1 \
MA Y r TERM, 1853.—»Ju.ne 2nd. ) |
AM. M. SLAUGHTER I
iii’.W'l.S S. MoGWIRE 1 Rulo to Foreclose
V.-*. f Mortgagd. !
GEO. \V. CRIJ.M MBY J
T T ap^nring to tho Court by tho Petition of William M. |
.1. Slau^iiicr and Lewis S. McGwier, th.it by Deed of
Mortgage, «late*l the twentieth (20th) day of February;
" •isjhteeu huudre*! arid fifty-eight, George \V ; Crui 1
For Sale very Cheap.
OZS Sulphate Quinine.
*20 czs. (!hkiroforui.
A full sto* k of t.’henilcaL, for sale by
tine 17 — 12 LEONARD LITT1
ued to make it h FIRST (’LASS
! HOTEL, and hopes bv strict attention to the wants
! of liis Guots, to merit the patronage of the Public.
L. II. DURHAM, Proprietor,
j Albany, April 8, 1853 2— ;
! DAYID ROSS,
‘ r.lank Account Book Manufacturer,
Comer of Third and Cherry Streets,
' (er stairs ) MACON, GA.
Is prepared to execute nil orders for BLANK BOOKS
FOR COURTS AND COUNTING HOUSES, and to
hind Music and all kiuda of Printed Work, with nvutuess
Hamer’s, Graham’s, Godey’s and all other Maga
zines bound in cheap and substantial style.
All orders sent by mail or expresspromj
April *22, 1858. 4—ly
For Sale. adjourn subject to the cal! of the President, who happiest women
Ills Valuable (upon consultation with the Vice Presidents) may : fectly contented
tol11520 acres, assemble the Convention when its interests and no better.
( ooleevvabee business shall reqn
The Chairman made a few pertinent remarks, j Supreme Court Meeting
l'mm»’ Np-ro P°ng*atulating the Convention upon the success j The meeting in relation to the Supreme Court
vhicb has thus far attended their movement, and came of in this place on Wendesday lastagreea-
irging them to persevere in their undertaking in blv to appointment. It was organized by It. Y.
spite of al! obstacles and opposition, after which Bowen to the chair, and appointing a secretary.
of Land in a fine sta‘
with a good Dwelling House, Iran
new and comfortable, and ail nee.?!
flit a farmer would desire,
inderrigned deems it umiecessar
of the fertility of this I^tnd. S.i
it is as good sinv Oak and Hick
d Distiict of Dougheity comity,
■d for its richness and adaplaiioi
to The Convention adjourned,
"I next, unless sooner assembled by the
culture of niton.
For terms, apply to tlie
Massev. Overseer on tho
place to any one wi.-hing i
Albany, Sept. 9, 1858.
BE.NJ. 11. SMITH.
A VALUABLE Ul.ANTATION in iV-rr.-l! c
** tv. (ah< u! U miivs fn..K Albany and It)
liaras Kinir.) .
a pen s
of 8. K.
j Discovery of two (ommets.
• Messrs Editors, Turn faint Telescope Cornets
: were discovered at this Observatory during last
i by Mr. II. P. Tuttle—one a degree south of the
! star Capelin, another twenty degrees to the east of
The first is conjectured to be tlie return of
Fayes periodical comet; if so
' differs very considerably Iron
I Acunrate observation of it u
tiu 1 said Wm. M. SUu*h»i;r i
city of Albany, kn
Paints aad Oils.
ie city i
f said city as lot in
8; o.i Broad street in said city, with tho improvements !
hierenn, known as "Phillip Grocery,” for the purpose of'
Nvirii»4 ihe payment of a promissory note made by the i
• s *id Geo. W. Cruinm-y to the said Wm. M. Slaughter,
•ci 1 Lewis S. McGwire, due on the first day of January
o-.-xt thereafter, for the sum of Nine Hundred Dollars with
intenvst from date, which note is still due and unpaid.—It
u ordered that the saiil Geo, W. Crummey do pay into
this Court by the first day of the next term, the principal
; »|‘>1 interest on said note, and the cost of this proceeding,
or shew cause (if any he has) to the contrary, or that fore-
vlusnre be granted to the said Win. M. Slaughter and,
Le*vU S. McGwier and tlie Equity of Redemption of the
said(leo. W. Crummey therein l»e forever harr»i, and that
*m-ice of this Rule be perfected ou said Geo. W. Cruin-
niey according to law.
. ALEX- A. ALLEN, J. s. c. s. w. c.
A true extract from the minutes of said Court.
PETER W. TWITTY. Clerk.
August 5,1858 ni4m.
Dougherty Superior Court,}
May Term, 1858. (
JWSSEftfk} r« ii r Ni Si “
wm Vtorecloee Mortgage.
G. W.CRU&MEY and [ i JT'SHSiSfi!:
THOMAS S. HORN. J ,en » Jod 8 e ofsaid Court -
I T appearing to the Court by the petition of John M.
Cochran, mat on the 22d day of December, 1857, Geo.
W. Crummey, of the property of Crummey & Horn, of
said county, made and delivered to Petitioner a proir r
tv note, in tLao word.: Albiny, G», Dec. 22d. II
Oae day after date 1 promise to pay J. M. Cocnran, (of
the firm Cochran Sc Beverly) or bearer, Eight Hundred
and seventy-nine Dollars and thirty-nine cents, vnlue re
ceived for lumber furnished in building Crummey House.
And afterwards to wit: on the 31st day of January, 1857.
said George W. Ciummey.and Thomas S. Horn ext^cuted
a mortgage on the House and Lot in the City of Albany,
Ga., known there as the Crommev House, and now re
cently as the Isabella House and Lot, conditioned that on
the payment of said promissory note according to the tenor
*nd effect tnereof, said mortgage as well as said note,shall
he null and void, and it further appearing that the said
aoto remains unpaid.
I t is therefore ordered that the said George W. Crummey
and T. S. Horn do pay into Court by tbo first day of the
°*xt Term thereof, principal interest and cost thereon
*ud note, (or show causa why he should notj and that on
•“lure ofsaid Crummey so to do, the Equity of Redemp
tion in and to said mortgage premises, be forever hereafter
^t«xl, and foreclosed. Andit is farther ordered that this
Bale be published in the Albany Patriot, or a public Jour-
nal published in the City of Albany,Ga., and a copy there-
* -- - W. Crummov, or Mi qiecUl
—fibres months previous to Uw
.' By tho Juego.
All the Colored Paints*
Varnishes &.C.* for sale bv
June 17-12 LEONARD LITTLE.
L ARUE Stock Window Glass, all sizes and vtt-
lietv, for sale very low bv
June 17—IJ LEONARD LITTLE
tf fl DOZ. Paint and Varnish Brushes.
OU 10 doz. White-Wash do.
For sale low by LEONARD LITTLE.
June 17 J^r..
Schnapps, &c., of the best quality, for sale by
June I7-—12. LEONARD LITTLE.
AT L A W—N isnv5?tlBt*mE» Co.,Ga.
well tviitpred and well
express promptly attended to. j (>| ,
LIVERY STABLE. |AjLy,“V7i,e r «.Tw.S
j September 16. 1- Q 58.
M essrs, haurell & hahn -
spcctfully inform their friend? and the^jVfv
dwelling and negro house:
s) in good repair. A Iwirgai
l. Apply to L. G. Sutton i
, with 3001.... . . . .
kory land i °* ear v ‘ ,HWn . howev
public' visiting Bainbridse during Court
week, that they are prepared
Stabling for any quautity
$1.00 per day for
6.00 per week ao ao
15.00 per month do do
Also kept on hand, a good assortment of Horse:
Ilaeksto Hire at low rates.
They return their thanks for past kindnes .
leritlho continuance of the favors of their friends
Bainbridge, April 29,1853.
H A\ K now on hand, stud arc constantly receiv
ing, the largest and best Stock of
IXt! FALL & WINTER G£
The meeting was addressed by Col. J. T. Brown
II of the and James Carmichael in favor of the abolition of
, the Court, and Watson, Buchaann and Simms in
opposition, and a committee appointed to draw
up suitable resolutions expressive of the views of the
meeting The committee reported a set of reso
lutions strongly advising the doing away with
tne Court, which no doubt would have past by an
overwhelming majority, but pending a motion
for their adoption. Col. W- F. Wright obtained the
loor in oppostton, and continued speaking Artilil
. .he hour lor the meeting of the court. An ad
its actual position. j ourniner »t was agreed upon to ra-assemble .nt
‘iK,•.*inu<t 11.« Berrv*s Hal!, to which place many repaired for
further action on the report, &e. We understand
it was finally determined their meeting adjourn
io meet in Newnan on the first Tuesday' iin
have only room to remark
that tlie meeting was large and .enthusiastic, epd
judgeing from the indications, we apprehend
that th opponents of the Court will give its
friends some trouble before they arc done with
it. — Neman Banner. 1
Observations being made upon tlie other
It is a fact of unusual occurence that there are
now visible three, comets the brightest of which, October next
eye Donati’s, can be distinctly seen with the
about ten degrees above the horizon on the
west about 7^ IV M. It shows tail a of l\
grees in length, and is rapidly ir<crcasing in bright ,
ness and rising higher and higher above the horizon
nt that hour.
W. C. BOND. !
Harvard College Observatory, Sept. 11th,- 185S. !
*} j GentlemenY ou r I
i ner to the Hon. M. L
LAND FOR SALE
O NE THOUSAND ACRES of good
Oak and Hickory Land, lying on the
Chickasawluitchee and Spring Creeks,ad
joining Col. James Dean on Spring Creek,
and Air. Warren on tlie Chic.kasawhatcliee, directly
West of the New Bridge across the Chickasawhat-
chee Creek, with Two Hundred and Fifty Acres of
open Land—good water. Mr. B. Brown will show
Ihe lines to any person wishing to purchase.
I will sell my MUD CREEK Plantation in Dough
erty county, u*n miles West of Albany, known as
the “Judge Andrews* Place,** adjoining J. E. Bond,
A. H. Colquitt, Mr. Peake and Wm. Mougbon.
For price, and payments apply to me at Forsyth,
Monroe county, or to my son in
September 9,1858.; 34-
BkcU Ktid Colored Silks. IM .irl Grenoble*. 1
I nfT'GMW 0 ki" h "“delM fmfel i IVlai'it 7.n5 Al "ora’s, Robls'drf CbcnBle,”l >' i
A Of R Q. Dickinson, dec -i, : 0 ; n , h , mSi . 1h . !litWt o( SHAWLS ,
ami CJ.OAKS. and SPRING SKIRTS, all ofthej
best quality, and prettiest and fastest styles. Also,
a splendid assortment of
Mens’, Youths’ and Boys’
of the best materials and best make. A large stock
OF SHOES, BOOTS, HATS AND CAPS,
Ladies’ Bonnets, Hosiery,
F^ISTCY GOODS, &C.
A heavy stock of NEGROES' SHOES. KER
SEYS and BLANKETS, HOMESPUNS and
OSNABUliGS, at lower pricey than they ever
were sold. #
SEWisiMB'ar & w^stssiissa
S c g a rs and Tobacco,
Saddlery and Crockery,
And various articles too numerous to mention ;
which we will sell lower than they ever were sold,
have bought extraordinary cheap bargains,
and are determined to undersell any Merchant this
side of New York. 1 l '*‘ ' % ‘ 41 ' ’ * *
We are very thankful to our friends and custom-
s for their kind patronage heretof«»re, and solicit a
ntiuuauce of the same, «s we shall try to please
them harder than ever. To the public in genera!
we have to say that it will be totheir own advantage
to call on E. ROSENWALD & BRO.,
iO* Opposite Hill’s Stables, and next door
to King.& WulkeFsSaloon, Albany,,Ga, .
September 2, 1858 23-tf
Valuable Property for Sale., such
of R Q. Dickinson, dec’d, jlill
I will Fell before the Court if^
House i;i Dougherty comity, on me first!
iday in December next, the following property
One House and I*ot 03 Pine streft. in the city
of Albany, handsomely improve 1, the building being
large and newly finished, suitable foi a large family,
containing one acre, more or less.
A!so, a settlement of Land of 1000 arres, in the
1st district of Dougherty county—about 3U0 acres
of cleared land—Nos. 88, 89, 112, 113.
Also, fractional lot of 43 acres, in the 1st district.
Also, a body of 730 acres in the woods, being
No. 9 in 1st of Dougherty and 369 in 7th of Worth.
No. 167, 13th dist. 4th sec. Cherokee, 160 acres.
No. 135, 18th dist. 4th sec. do 40 “
No. 339. 21st dist. 2d sec. do 40 “
No. 135, 14th dist. 3»! sec. do 160 “
•FT I am authorized to sell any of the above prop
erty at private sale.
For terms, apply to
JOHN T. DICKINSON, Ex*r.
Albany, July 22, 1858.
Rome Ga., Aug. 18. 1853.
r letter of invitation to a din
Bw.niiam. at Edgefield oi
ust received I am sorry I* 5
that I cannot be with you in rendering honor to
r faithful and accomplished Representative.
I did not find in the house of Representatives
a more courteous gentleman, a better Democrat,
or a truer man to the National interests, than your
The (otton drop of 1857.
The New Orleans Price Current makes tlie
receipts at nil lhe seaports up to the 1st of Sep
tember, B OOB 20S hales, 'l he Florida, Virgin
ia and North UaroSina returns were made a
days prior to the close of the commercial
, but tiicir reports up to the 1st inst., can
hardiv affect the aggregate more than 500 bales.
Up to the 1st September 1857,2 912,497 bales
were received—showing an increase for last
year of 180,768 over the 3*ear previous.
Nbw Youk, Sept. 14.—The Annual Cotton
Whatever may be my opinion of the correctness , Statement appeared this morning. The total
of his course c.f I could but admire the Roman ; rrop is 3,114,000 — quantity Qjyiorted 2,590,500
firmness, ar.d Anglo Saxon courage with which,! —*he quantity for home consumption 595,-
side by side the unyieldinng Quitman he voted .500 bales. _
against the Compromise Bill. | ^ * •
To those who believed he erred, he gave nh ex- ^ E ' v ' OI;K Mil’.tu. About to \wrr Irelahp,-—
ample patriotic heroism, that argues well for his *^ lp ^'- x, y*nint!i regiment, New York btate Mali-
utry*s wcUfare Carolina never had a truer a
S E. KEMBALL &. CO., have a kiln of the
• best quality of Brick for sale near the Albany
Rail Road Depot. Apply to J. M. Cooper, Esq.
Albany, Ang. 12, 1858. 20-
. ■ • iSTEW
CONFECTIONERY, BAKERY AND FRUIT
EXT DOOR TO THE BOOK-STORE.)'
LER in Fancy and Homo-made Candies, Ni
userVes, Pintles, Crackers, See. " Fresh Cakee t.
daily. AH kinds of Fruit—a farce assortment Toys.
J . - . ftrip implied with Cakes—Plain
rly invited 4o call ini
c-i* i-:4* *!*•*/. :.:;3SL—
A*. Albaoy,Nor. 12tb, 1857.' ( • "
*1 V •»> ’■ , y e j i $; ■’ ,r - *** '•
4 .promptly executed
BROUGHT TO JAIL,
A NEGRO MAN, who Bays his name U
FRANK, dark complexion, small statue, .SP
wilt Weigii aboiit 135 poniuls, anJ has a scar wL
on his wrist,and 6ays he belongs to John D.-nuI
Tonggs, wild resides near Augusta!, and owns a plan
tation in Baker county, where the lioy has been at
work. The owner will come forward, pay charges,
prove property, and take him ajvay. ^
Albany, Sep. 23,185S. ^
>r lhe Union a better Democrat.
With highest consideration,
Your obedhmt servant.
AGUSTUS R. WRIGHT.
To Messrs. S S. Tomkins, E. Seibels, J. B. Grif
fin, L. Butlar, J. SV. Hill, Committee
Wikxsboro, Aug 31, 1858.
Gentlemen :—Ovving to my temporary absd
inded by Coi. Ryan,are making arrange
ments to pay a visit to Ireland by one of the Gal
way steamer*. They have already, had several
meetings, and upwards of a hundred members, we
believe, have signified their intention of partying
out tliis novel project. But there is an obstacle in
the way of its fulfilment which will have ifi be
1 overcome. The British government may 'not per-
I mil a regiment of green coats, with arms ip their
ids, to land in tlie bay of Galway, although in
from home your letter of invitation of the toili : lhe present apathetic condition of the people there
would be very little danger to the peace of ner
.Majesty’s realm to be feqred from the appearance
of a whole army of Irish American citizens. How
ever, Colonel Ryan has applied Io Lord Napier on
the subject, and he hag-written to his government
to know whether there would be any objection. i°
noi received in time, to enable m
indulge my real disposition to be present outlie
occasion of the Dinner in honor to the Hon. M- L.
The regard I entertain for Gen. Bonham, as
ell as my approval of his vote on the “test ques
tion of the last Session of Congress, would have
made it more than agreeable to unite with you in
Regretting very much that I cannot participate
in your festivity*, I submit the subjoined senti
ment; ; i
The South.—With Democrocy for her theory,
and Slavery for her practice, she can look to the
inserutiable works of Providence for her deliver-
and salvation. i .
; J. A. WOODWARD
TtfS. S. Tomkins and others* Committee, r
the Sixty ninth’s payings friendly visit .to the‘‘-old
sod.’* Arrangements have been made with the
proprietors of the Galway line to takethb regime lit
at half the usual fare. It they ahouJdgoi'ihereu*
no doubt they will get a very hearty receptoni W*
only in Galway, but in every city in Ir^ljjn^
CntsERFCLUEss.—Try fora sfngld day,
you, to preserve ymu.-^ll in an ami
'frame of min<L Vf b «Vfor. ppe'day in^irad p^a
firorworshipper of passion, the suu-worshipper of
clear s^lf-po^session, and compare-the dvydn wWfh
you have rooted out fho wee<)qf disssM^ctiQ^ jy^ij
that on which you have allowed it to n-row up. jnd
vou will find your heart open' to‘ : evcijf gt>bd tnc*rve,
your, life ptrcngtheueS ai?J vodrlireast armed wjih
a panoply a^sinst \ every Frick ' of =fald 5 *1 ruly yon
m\W wonder ^ * ‘