^niintM cnii ^rnfrssinnnl Cnrlis.
tutu* AND FANCY
Book and Job Printer,
•• Franklin Jofc Office,” Athens, Gi
»* All work •ntnuted to hi* e»re faithfully, correctly
nod punctually executed, at priwe correspond-,
j«r,i8 inf with the hatdneaaof the tiwea. tf
C. B. LOMBARD,
n«i«nr the Store of Wilson fc Veal. J*" 3
PITNER & ENGLAND.
Wholesale t Retail Dealersin
Groceries, Dry Ooods,
HARE n ARE, SHOES AND BOOTS,
April ft Athens, Ga.
MOORE & CARLTON,
SILK, FANCY AND STAPLE GOODS,
HARDWARE AND CROCKERY.
\ oiil No. 3, Granite Row, Athens, Ga
LUCAS & BILLUPS,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS /-V
GROCERIES, HARDWARE, <k«. Ac.
No. 2, Broatl Street. Athens.
WILLIAM G. DELONY,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Office over the store ol Wm M. Morton A Son
(Till attend promptly to all business entrust
ed to hie care. Athens, April 6
P. C. LANGSTON,
Attorney at Law,
Col. B-F.Hardeman, Lexington,
Samuel Freeman, Esq. Newnan,
Gabriel Nash, Esq.Danielsville
J. S. PETERSON,
BOOKSELLER &. STATIONER,
DEALS ALSO IN
TANCY aOODS, PERFUMERY, AND PAPER
1IGN OK T:.'E MAMMOTH HOOK,
Owner of Broad Street and College Avenue, opposite
(he Newton House, Atiie*s, Ga.
NEW FALL GOODS,
William Shear, (Augusta. Ga.)
H AS received from New York bisFallsup
plies of fancy and staple Dry Goods, em
bracing a large and splendid assortment,suit
able for the fall and winter season, among
Rich fancy colored silks, of ne w and beauti
ful styles; plain black silks, in great variety
of style and of superior quality;
Rich Paris printed Delaines and fancy all-
wool Plaids; Lupin’s col’d, white and black
Merin jes and plain col’d Delaines; a very
large supply of small figured all-wool prin
ted Delaines for children, of new and beau
English and American Fancy Prints, in a
great variety of styles; superior Scotch fancy
Ginghams of new and beautiful winter styles;
Elegant French Embroideries, embracing
Ladies’ collars, chcmisetts, undersleeves and
handkerchiefs, of new and splendid styles;
Ladies’ black and colored Cloth Cloaks and
Talmas, of the latest styles; Ladies’ rich em
broidered and plain Paris silk velvet Cloaks;
A large supply of ladies’, misses and chil
dren’s Hosiery, of the best make;
Ladies’ and gentlcmeu’s superior Gauntlet
Gloves; Ladies’ and misses merino Vests; gen
tlemen’s and youth’s silk and merino shirts
Superior Welsh, Saxony, gauze, silk-warp
and heavy Shaker Flannels; superior Eng
lish colored Flannels for ladies’ sacks; Eng
lish and American Cotton Flannels of extra
A very large supply of Mourning Goods,
for Indies’ use, of superior quality ;
Superior 12-4 linen sheetings and pillow
case linens; superior 8-4 and 10-4 table damask
and diapers, soms of extra quality; rich di
mask table cloths and napkins, some of extra
size; Scotch and birdseye diapers, extra fine,
for children’s wear; heavy Scotch Diapers
and Huckabacks for towelling;
Superior whituey and merino blankets, of
extra size and quality; supr crib blankets.
Also a great variety of other seasonable ar
ticles. suitable for family and plantation use.
The public are respectfully invited to call and
examine the assortment.
W. S. especially solicits acall from his long
coutinued friends and patrons, and assures
them that no exertion on his part shall be
wanting to supply them with tlte latest and
most desirable styles of goods at the lowest
NEW FALL AND WINTER
At Greatly Reduced Prices!
A RE now receiving a large and handsome
assortment of all kinds of goods suited to
this market, and offer gTeat inducements to
ihoso wishing to purchase. They have
Ladies’ Dress Goods,
Consisting of Merinos. Cashmeres, Bomba
zines, French and English Muslin DeLatnes,
Black Alpaceas, black Canton cloths, mourn
ing crapes, English crapes, new styles plaid
silks, handsome plaid cashmeres and delanes,
plain black silks, all qualities, French cam
bric, calicoes, ginghams,.ac. A large and
handsome lot of Winter Shawls, Gloves, Ho
siery. nett shirts, Ac. of every style & quality,
Bonnets, Flowers, Ribbons, and all kinds of
trimmings. A large assortment of
‘ GENTLEMEN’S DRESS GOODS
Cloths, cassilneres, vestings, and all kinds of
goods for men’s, boy’s and children’s wear,
that are called for. Men’s and boy s Hats,
caps, boots and shoes. Also, ludies and miss
es’ shoes and gaiters of all styles. A large
HARDWARE AND CUTLERY.
Mill Irons,Smut Machines, Mill Saws, Black
smiths Tools, Farmers’Tools, Rifle and Shot
Guns. Saddles, bridles, harness, sole and up
per leather, springs, axles, and a,general as.
sortment of carriage trimmings, stage hames
and traces, Oil cloths, carpetings, mattings,
rugs, bolting cloths, die. Also, a large lot of
Sugar,coffee, salt, mol sses, ^tyrup, tea
pepper, spice, gingea, Indigo, madder
salcratus, powder and shot. All of which
they offer at the lowest market prices, either
for cash or on approved credit.
Oct 12 No 2 Granite Row, Athens
FERRY & CO.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
BOOTS. SHOES, IIATS, CAPS, TRUNKS.
Dr. I.one*’ and Peterson’s corner,
Broad Street, Athens, Ga.
P. A. SUMMEY & BROTHER,
Wholesale and Retail Dealersin
Staple Goods, Hardware, Crockery,
AND ALL KINDS OF GROCERIES,
■Cerner of Wall ami Broad streets, Athens
WILLIAM N. WHITE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
BOOKSELLER AND STATIONER,
And Newspaper and Magazine Agent.
MUSIC and MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS
LAMPS, FINK CUTLERY, FANCY coons, AC.
Ne. 2, College Avenue, Newton Hou-e. Athens, Ga
aijnof While's University '.look Store ”
Orders promptly filled at Augusta rates.
A CURE FOR ALL.
Draper and Tailor,
College Avenne, Athens, Ga.—four doors
Irnm the Post Office. April 6.
T. BISHOP & SON,
Wholesale and Retail Grocers,
April 6 No. 1, Broad street. Athens.
W. H. H. WHITE,
,5.pi6 Broad Street, Athens
MUTUAL INSURANCE CO.
bnryD. Weed, Pres—Jno. R Wilder, Sec.
r pUB above Compapj is row prepaicd to take Fire
' i-ks in tliiii place, and (he adjoining counties, on
-oraideterms. Apply to S». J. MAYS, Agent.
JAMES M. ROYAL,
I T AS removed his shop to Mitchell’s old
11. Tavern, one door east of Grady «fc Nicli-
d sou's—where he keeps always on hand a
general assortment of articles in his line, and
is always ready to fill orders in the best style.
Jan 26 tf
1 pairs superior white aud colored
Blankets, for sale low by T. Bishop
A Son. Nov2
FT111E suberiber having purchased the right
_Lt«> the above Patent lor the South, is pre
pared to furnis this IMPROVED SAW MILL
to any one at short notice. He lias had one
of these Mill sin operation near Greenesbo-
ro,’ Green country, tor the last ten months,
which has fully equalled expectatation. It
will cut on an average 50110 feet Lumber,
with a twelve horse power engine, per day
The success of ihe above machinery in North
Carolina and elsewhere, has induced the
Subsciber to undertake to introduce it into
the lumber districts in the South generally#
A glance at the imj rovements combined in
these machines, cannot fail to convince every
| person of their superiority over any other
Mill now in use.
The Subscriber is also ;,repared to furnish,
on shoj* notice and reusonoble terms. En
gines of any power, put up by the best of
Also, MARSH A NICHOLS’ PATENT
GRIST MILL, for Corn or Wheat. These
Mills will grind more, with less power than
any other now in use, and can be run by
either steam or water. Price from $175 to
$250. according to size.
IaP Orders addressed to the Subscriber,
will be promptly attended to.
Air. John Stevens, John Libby, and Henry
Libby are my authorized Agents to’ transact
any business in the above line.
Further information can be obtained
Irora me or my Agents; or from Messrs
Gleen & Daniel, of Woodstock, Oglethorpe
county; or from Brooks & LeRabour, Greens
boro,’ Greene coup'v Ga., who have my Mills
Grcenesboro,’ Ga. April. 6 1854 . 3m.
Nisbett & Levy, of Macon, D. R.
Torbet, of Columbus, and E. II. Hancock,
of Athens, well known Machinists, will turn
ish either of the above mention Mills.
E. He Hancock
Also constructs Wnt«-r and Horse Powers foi
the above Mills, and is prepared to send work
men to any part of the country to put them
in operation. Athens, Mav 25
watches and jewelry, silver
AND PLATED WARE, MUSICAL
' INSTRUMENTS, Ac. Ac.
JUandeville & Talmadge
TAVE just returned from New York,with
.J. a large and beautiful assortment of the
above named articles, which they will sell
cheaper than can be purchased elsewhere
A great variety of rich Jewelry of the latest
style—Broaches, Pins, EarandFingerRings,
?old guard and fob chains, gold Pens and
Pencils, gold and silver Buckles, gold and
SPECTACLES TO SUIT A LL A GES,
and a good assortment of col’d Glasses;
Warranted sterling silver table, dessert and
teaspoons, silver Forks, and all other articles
usually kept in a Jewelry store,
The superior advantages which the sub
scribers possessover those unacquainted with
the business, in purchasing directly from the
manufacturers aud importers, and being
practical jewelers, renders them capable ot
properly judging the value of all they pur
chase and recommend to tluwtublic.
In the department of Warch aud Jewelry
Repairing, we are determined, by careful
and neat workmanship, punctuality and low
prices, to merit the approbation of the public
An assortment of CLOCKS, of the latest
stple, always on hand, from seventy-five cts.-
to one hundred and seventy-five dollars—all
warranted perfect time-keepers.
A. S Mandeville, | W. A. Talmadge.
Corner of Broad street and College Av.
one door east of Paterson’s bookstore.
Wholesale and Beta
TT EEP constantly on baud a
JY_ selected stock of
Paints, Oils, Yarnislies,
Bye Stuffs, Brushes, Window Glass,
Also, dealers in French, Etiglish and Ameri
can Chemicals, Drugs, Medicines, Per
fumery and Fancy Articles.
Physicians, merchants aud all others can
depend upon their orders meeting prompt
attention, upon the most accommodating
Their goods will be warranted as repre
W E arc still offering at our old stand, a
1 irge stock of
ALL KINDS USUALLY KEPT IN THIS
which wcare daily offering at low prices. All
kinds of country produce taken in exchange
for goods at the market price. Call nvd see
us. Jan 13 PITNER & TNGLAND.
C OOKING and'Offiee Stoves, in great vari
ety, constantly on hand, a’ low prices,by
April 13 P. A. SUMMEY & BRO.
A LARGE and well selected lot of Gents and
Ladies’ Shoes, for sale low, by
April 13 p. A. SUMMEY & BRO.
JjMiADlES’ DRESS GOODS,
££. MILLENERY, &C.
TVTRS. VONDERLIETH would respectfully
111. inform the Ladies of town and country
that she constantly keeps on hand, at her
store on College Aveuue, four doors below
the post office, a large and well selected lot o
LADIES’ DRESS GOODS,
Millinery Articles, Ac.
to which their attentiou is respectfully in
As she is determined to sell low, she trusts
the Ladies will give her a call before purch
T HE undersigned are now receiving and
Spimg Slock o£ €\ot\mvg,
at their old stand, oposite the Post-Office on
college avenue, Athens, Georgia, where they
will be glad to see all of their friends and
customers, and any one who wants to buy
Hj^GOOD AND CHEAPO
S CYTHE Blades, Gras* Scythes, Reaphooks
ami Scythe Snathes, for sale by
April 13 p. a. SUMMEY & BRO.
A LARGE lot of superfine and exlra family
Flour, in sacks and extra barrels, for
P. A. SUMMEY & BRO.
ULL assortment of the best brands, just
received and for sale low by T. Bishop <fc
Son. ” Nov2
FISH ! FISH! FIShT~
E XTRA No. 1 Mackerel, Shad, Salmon,
Codfish nnd sealed Herring, just received
by f NovD t. bishop a son.
rVIOW-CIlOW and Ginger—fresh supply
\J on hand. Nov9 D. N. JUDSON.
TO THE TRAVELLING PUBLIC.
SAULTLR & IVY
A T their old stand, near the FranklinHouse,
Athens, Ga. are better prepared than
ever heretofore ta meet the wants of the tra
Those wishing to hire Coaches, Carriages,
Hacks, Buggies, or Saddle Horses, are invited
to give them a call—as they have finer Coach
es and belter stock than at any time hereto
fore, while their Drivers are as careful as cati
be found anywhere.
At the same time their terms arc as
good as the best. R.Saulter, Z.Ivv.
Extra Sugar-House Syrup.
F RESH supply just received and for sale
by T. Bishop A Son. Octl«
T HE subscriber will lie absent from Athens
until the first of January, nnd as he de
sires to do»c up the business of the estate of
Hon. Charles Dougherty, deceased, as speed
ily as possible, those 'indebted nre warned
again to come forward and make payment.
Aftsr the loth of January next, lie- can al
be found in Athens.
N. L. BARNARD,
Adm’r with the will annexed.
A than*. Nov 9, 1354.
"YrARSHALL’S Magical Pain Eradicator,
Jij. for curing Rheumatism, Bruises, Sprains,
Swellings, Ac. is eminently superior to any
other external rente ly for these stubborn dis
ease*. All whit have" used it, can testify to
ite efficacy. For sale by
\V. H A J. TURPIN,
Wholesale and Retail Druggists,
Broad st, Augusta, Ga.
and by all Druggists throughout the State
T H B undersigned have on hand a general
ST4PLE DRY GOODS,
GROCERIES AND HARDWARE.
which they will sell low for cash or barter
Call ami examine.
April 13 1*. A. SUMMEY & BRO,
$150 to $200 per Month!!
I WILL send instructions by which any
person can make from $150 to $200 per
month, without traveling or peddling, and
with the smallest amount of capital. This is
no reooipt of any kind whatever, I will for
warJ the aboy« instructions and nil tbo arts
and l •eceipu of vnlno, as advertised in the
apera of the United States, free ot
» any person sending me the small
i dollar, post paid.
E. S. SHIPLEY, Kingston,
Rj»ea County, Ohio.
i&i * : F
1 desirable residence in tlie
Town of Athens.
H AVING completed the handsome im
provements on the lot occupied by the
late E. S. Hopping, l now offer it /or sale, on
Persona wishing to purchase, either for
cash, good paper, or exchange for other desi-
able property, are requested to call and ex
mine. F. W. LUCAS.
Athens, July 6 tf
C ITIZENS OF THE UNION—You hav
done me the houour ns with one voice
from one end of the Union to the other,
stump the character of my- Ointment with
your approbation. It is scarcely two years
since I made it known among you, and hire
dy, it has obtained more celebrity than any
oilier Mcdiciue in so short a period.
38, Corner of Ann and Nassau Streets, New
ASTONISHING CURE OF SORE LEGS,
AFTER NINE YEARS STANDING.
Copy of a Letter from Mr. W. J. Longley, of
Huntxvil/e, Yadkin County, North Carolina,
U. S.. dated November 1st, 1853
SPREAD HIS OWN WORDS
TO 1’aoFKSsoR Hollow w,
Sir,—It is not my wish to become notor
ious, neither is this letter written for the
sake ofwritting, but’to say, that your Oint
ment cured me of one of the most dreadful
cutaneous diseases that flesh is heir to, and
which was considered by all who knew me,
to be entirely beyond the roach of medicine.
Fornine years I was afflicted with one of the
most painful and troublesome sore legs that
ever fell to the lot of man ; and after trying
every medicine I had ever heard of, I resign
ed in despair all hope of ceing cured ; but a
fricud brought me a couple of large post of
your Ointment, which caused the sores on
my logs to heal, and 1 entirely regained my
health to my agreeable surprise and delight,
and to the astonishment of my friends. 1
(Sigucd) ' W. J. LANGLEY.
AN EXTRAODINARY CURE OF BAD
BREAST, WHEN NEARLY AT THE
POINT OF DEATH.
Copy of a Letter from Mr. R. Durant, New
Orleans, November 9th, 1853.
To Professor Holloway, 38, Corner of Ann
and Nassau Streets, N. Y. «.
D ar Sir.—It is with heartfelt grati
tude 1 have to inform you that by the use of
your Ointment and Pills, the life of my wife
has been saved. For seven years she bad a
bad breast, with tin running wounds, (not of
a cutaneous nature.) I was told that nothing
coyld save her, she was then iuducedtouse
your Ointment aud Pills, when in the short
space of three months, they effected a pcrtect
cure, to the astonishment of all who knew us
We obtained your medicines from Messrs
W right <fe Co. of Chartres street, New Orleans.
I send this from “ Hotel des Princes,” Paris,
although I had written it at New Orleans.be
lore we finally left, at that lime, not knowing
your address at New Vork.
(Signed.) R. DURANT.
The Pills should he used conjointly with
the Ointment in most of the following
Bad Legs ■ Contracted and Lumbago
Bad Breasts Stiff Joints Piles
Chap'd hands Swellings
W. H. & J. TURPIN,
(Successors to W. H. Turpin,)
O FFER to Physicians, Planters, Merchants
and the public at large, a choice aud well
assorted stock of Drugs un i Medicines, Oils,
Paints, Dye-stuffs, Glass and Putty, Brushes
ofeveiy description, Straw Brooms, Spirits
We purchase our goods for cash, nnd are
prepared to sell on the most ndvancageons
terms. Merchants will find it to their inter
est to look at our prices. All articles war
ranted to be as represented. Give us a call
and satisfy yourselves. Augusta, Junel 5
0 NF. hundred and sixty-five acres of Land,
much the larger portion heavily timber
ed, not over two miles front Town. Five or
S'ii hundred acres, adjoining Mr. Wm. Mat
thews, six miles from town—a large body in
the woods; and the house nnd let on which
the subscriber lives. The whole, or any por
tion, will be sold on reasonable terms.
Jan 19 R. D. MOORE.
Their stock has been selected from the best
manufacturers in New York, and being
bought near the close of the season, they
were bought from eight to twelve per cent,
cheaper, than those bought earlier in the
season. We therefore confidently believe
that we will sell you goods a little cheaper
thau you can buy the same article at any
otlier store iu tbe place. Our stock consists
of all kinds of
Sucb as Black and Fancy colored Frock
aud business Coats;
Black and fancy colored Cassimere Pants,
and all kinds of black thin Coats and Pants ;
Also browu Buff and White Lineu Coats
Also a general variety of Vests of all the
different kinds; and a good assortment of
Also men’s Shirts anddrawers, uudershirts,
silk and gauze;
Shirt collars, and collar boxes, Stocks,
Cravats, and Handkerchiefs, Cotton aud
Half-hose; Linen,Silk and Kid Gloves, of
all kinds; also Portmoni.es, tnd silk Purses,
nnd Hair, Hat and Coat Brushes, and poeket
and coarse Combs; also a good assortment-
of Gingham and black and colored Silk, apd
Umbrellas and Carpet Bags, and Truuks.
We have constantly on hand the very best
chewing Tobacco and fine Cigars, a good as
sortment. Wc iuviteal! buyers of the above
articles to call and see us and let us show
you our goods. WILSON & VEAL.
rpHE uudersigned, sc long and favorably.
X known in Athens and vicinity, having
taken the Store
No. 5, College Avenue, (west side,)
Is now receiving and opeuing the most
rich and brilliant
STOCK OF GOODS,
For Gentlemen’s Wear.
Ever before offered in this market; com
prising superfine black and fancy "cloths and
cassimcres superfine French doeskin, ens-
simeres, black and fancy colors, for pants
and vests, embroidered most superbly with
silk and gold and pearl, something entirely
new and very desirable, to which attentiou is
Heavy ribbed Beavers and other goods for
Will be received in due season.
In great variety, consisting of cashmcrjs,
elegantly embroidered grenadines, satins,
anil silks of a great variety of colors, richly
figured ; and velvets plain and embroidered.
Also a full stock of
Collars, Shirts, Drawers,Suspenders,
Handkerchiefs and Hosiery.
Returninghis grateful acknowledgements
for the uniform favor, aud good will maifest-
ed toward him, under other circumstances, he
flatters himself thnt his past experience in
cutting, and. his present determination to
please, will insure for him a reasonable share
All the work cut at his establishment will
be executed in the neatest man.ier and the
most fashionable style
W M. GARVIN
Of the late firm of W. H. H. White, Co.
August 10, 1S54
W HEREAS, James M. Ridgeway, and
John N. Ridgeway,apply to mo for Let
ters of Administration on the estate of Nel
son Ridgeway, late of said county, deceased.
These are therefore to cite and adminish
all and singular the kindred and creditors of
said deceased, to be aud appear at my office
on or before the first Monday in March
next, to shew cause, if any they have, why
said letters should not then be granted to the
applicants or to such other person or persons
as the Court may think proper.
Given under ray hand at office, this 2d
day of January, 1855.
Jan. 11. ASA M. JACKSON, Ordinary.
EAltLY COPIES 'SECURED.
W ISHING to reduce tny stock, I have de
termined to offer tny present large and
valuable supply of Standard aud Miscellane
ous Literature, and staple and fancy Sta
ilt Greatly Pte&uceA Prices,
to prompt customers, and lower still for cash,
can ilemctnbcr to call at the Corner.
Nov23 tf J. S. PETERSON.
Court of Ordinary of said County.
W HEREAS. Eleanor H. Lowery, formerly
Eleanor H. Overby, guardian of Sarah
A. L. Overby .tniuor of Thomas Overby,deceas
ed, is desirous of obtaining Letters Dtsmissory
from said guardianship—
It is therefore, upon the application of said
guardian, ordered by the Court, that all pe. •
sons concerned, appear at the regular term of
this Court, to be held on the first Monday in
March next, to show cause why said guardian
should not be dismissed from said guardian
A true copy from the minutes of said court,
at a regular term thereof, held this 8th day of
jaull ASA M. JACKSON, Ordinary.
Sore Throats Skin Diseases
Sore Head9 Ulcers
***Sold at the Establishments of Professor
Holloway, 80 Maiden Lane, NewYork, and
244 Strand. London; also, i>y all respectable
Druggists and Dealers in Medicines through
out the Unite 1 States, in Pots, *at 25 cents,
624 cents, and $1.00 each. To be had whole
sale of the principal Drug Houses ’in the
52&~There is a considerable saving by tak
nig the larger sizes.
N.B. Directions for the guidance of patients
iu every disorder arc affixed to each pot.
A LL accounts hereafter made with either
of the undersigned, will be considered
•iue at the end of each quarter, and must
then be closed by cash or note.
J. S PETER.SON,
Nov9 tf WM. N. WHITE.
S ULTANA, or seedless, and Malaga Raia-
ius, of the new crop, cheap for cash, at
Dec 21 P, N. JUPSON’S.
P U RSUANT to an order of the Court of Or
dinary of Clarke county, will be sold be
fore the court bouse door of said county, on
the first Tuesday in March next, during the vaace -
legal hours of sale, the Tract of Land (wid
ow’s dower excepted) whereon Thomas N.
Epps, late of said county, deceased, resided
at the time of his death, contaiuing two hun
dred and ninety-seven nnd ouo-third acres,
tnore or less, abontr two miles from Watkius-
ville, on which is a comfortable dwelling-
house aud other necessary outbuildings. Also
at the same time and place, will be sold one
negro man, by the name of Jim, about fifty
years old. All to be sold as tLe property of
said deceased, for the benefit of hts heirs nnd
creditors. Terms, credit till the 25th of De
cember next,with note and approved security
janll WM. EPPS, Adm’r.
I SHALL apply to the Ordinary of Clarke
County, at the March Term uext of the
Court of Ordinary, for leave to sell the ne
groes belonging to the estate of Evaline S.
Peel4 JOHN CALVIN JOHNSON, Ex.
. SEALED-UP OYSTERS*
F RESH and pickled. Lobsters, salmon,
Mackerel, Ac. now receiving, bv
Dec21 D.N. JUDSON.
EXTRA No 1 MACKEREL,
A ND smoked Halibnt, just received by
j*n25 T- BISHOP St SON.
LEONARD SCOTT & CO.. New Y’ot-k, con
tinue to re-publish the following
1. The Loudon quarterly, (Conservative,)
2. The Kdlnb.irgh Review, (Whig.)
3. The North B Itish Review, (Free Church,)
4. The Westminster Review, (Liberal,)
5. Blackwood's Edlnb’gh Magazine,[Tory ]
T HE present critical state of European af
fairs will render these publications unu
sually interesting during the forthcoming
year. They will occupy a middle ground be
tween the hastily written news-items, crude
speculations, and flying rumors of the daily
Journal, and the ponderous Tome of the
future historiau, written after the living
interest and excitement of the great political
events of the time shall have passed away. It
is to'thsse Periodicals that readers must look
for the only really intelligible and reliable
history ol current events, and as such, in ad
dition to their well-established literary, sci
entific and theological character, we urge
them upon the consideration of tho reading
^'Arrangements are now permanently
mado for the receipt of EARLY SHEETS
from the British publishers, by which we are
enabled to place all our Repriuts in the
hands of subscribers, about as soon as they
can be furnished with tbe foreign copies.
Although this involves a very large outlay
on our part, we shall continue to furnish the
Periodicals at the same low rates as hereto
fore, viz: PER AIIN
Far any one of the four Reviews, $3.00
For any two of the four Reviews, 5 00
For any three of the four Reviews, 7.00
For all four of the Reviews, 8,00
For Blackwood’s Magazine, ^ 3.00
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LEONARD SCOTT 4 CO.,
54 Gold Street, New York.
N.B.—L.S. & Co. have recently published,
and have now for sale, tho-* 4 Farmers Guide,''
COME AMD SEE!
Spring* & Summer Goods.
McWhorter & erwin
A RE now receiving and opening (heir sup
plies of Spriug aud Summer
DRY GOODS AND GROCERIES,'
Consisting ot such articles as are usually
kept in this inarket.
Hardware, Crockery and Glass ; Hats.
Caps, Boots and Shoes ;
And an endless variety of other articles, too
tedious to mention.
All of which they offer extremely low, for
cash or countryjproduce.
Their friend's‘and the public are respect
fully invited to give them a call—examine
tbeir stock and prices—and if these, suit, to
patronize them liberally.
Athens, April 20
rpHE subscribers are prepared to fill orders
_L for all kinds of
Spokes for Carriages anti Wagons
Also, at the same establishment we munufac
ture all kinds of
commonly used in our cotton factories. All
done as good and cheap as can be had from
the North. Address,
P. A.SUMMEY’ & BRO. Athens,Ga
who will attend to all orders, and the ship
ping of the same. March, 1854.
A Cottage Residence,
C ONTAINING eight good rooms, with
closets, pantry, and dairy, Ac. A good
kitchen, smoke-house, servants rooms, stable,
carriage-house and other out buildings.
The lot contains two acres, is well im
proved, has on it a Dever-failing well, of as
good cool water as can be had in Clarke coun
ty, and a number of choice fruit trees.
Situated iu Cobham, town of Athens.
Aptly to C. S. OLIVER.
Athens, Clarke CCUnty,
Sept. *7, 1854. jjra
I S upon us in all its glory, and summer is
is fast advancing. With these seasons also
come diseases peculiar to them, in the form of
Eruptions. Pimples, Blotches, and worst of
ml. Ring Worm. The best remedy for such,
aud certainly the most agreeable, is “Mar-
hall’s Ring-worm and Tetter Lotion.” It will
cert duly cure, and quickly—it does not stain
iheskiu, and is an agreeable perfume. For
sale by the Druggists generally, and by
W. H. & J. TURPIN,
Dealers in pure Family Medicines,
Junelo Broad street, Augusta, Ga.
GREA T ATTRACTION!
B EING desirous of consolidating my busi
ness, I offer for sale that most desirable
place at Athens. The tract contains 10()0 or
more acres, seven huudred acres of which
are woodland, which can be subdivided into
many valuable pieces—having four or five
water-powers, one on the river'aud one < n
the creek, with dam, race and house.all ready
for business; with desirable residence, seve
ral springs, and two wells of pure water.—
The tract will he sold in whole or in part, to
suit purchasers; and if not sold this yenr.will
be offered at auction, at the Commencement,
in Angust, 1855.
March 9 WM. A. CARR.
T he American Artists’ Union would respect
fully announce to the citizens of the Uni
ted StLtes and the Canadas, that for the pur
pose of cultivating a taste lor the fine arte
through aut the country, and with the view of
enabling every family to become possessed’of
a galle-y of Engravings by the
FIRST ARTISTS OF THE AGE.
They have determined, in order to create
an exteusive sale for tbeir Engravings, and
thus not only give employment to a large
number of artists and others, but inspire
among our countrymen a taste for works of
art, to present to the purchasers of tbeir
engravings, when 250,000 of them are sold,
250,000 GIFTS, of the actual cost of $150,000
Each purchaser of a One Dollar Engrav
ing therefore, receives not only an Engraving
richly worth the money, but also a ticket
which entitles him to one of the Gifts when
they at c distributed.
FOI? FIVE DOLLARS, a highly finished
Engraving, beautifully PAINTED in OIL*
and * VE GIFT TICKETS, will be sent; or
Five Dollar’s worth ol splendid Engraving?
can be selected from the Catalogue.
A copy ot the Catalogue, together with it
specimen of one of the Engravings, can b«
seen at the office of this paper.
For each Dollar sent an Engraving actually
worth that sum, and a Gift Ticket, will imme
diately be for varded.
The Committee believing that the SU6644&
of tilts Gue.vt National Undertaking will be
materially promoted by the energy autl enter
prise of intelligent and persevering Agents,
have resolved to treat with such ou the most
Any person wishing to become an Agent,
by sending (post paid,) $1, will receive by
return of mail, a One Dollar Engraving, a
“GIFT TICKET,” a Prospectus,a Catalogue
and all other necessary information.
On the final completion of the sale, the
Gifts will be placed in the hands of a Com
mittee of the ruacBASERs to be distributed,
due notice of which will be given throughout
the Uuited States and the Canadas.
LIST OF GIFTS.
100 Marble busts of Washington,) Aln
at $100, f ? 10 » 00( >
100 marble busts of CLiv, at do. $10,000
100 “ Webster, 10,000
100 11 Calhoun, 10,000
50 elegant Oil Paintings, iu splendid
gilt frames, size 3x4 ft each $100, 5,000
100 elegant Oil Paintings. 2x3ft $50, 5,000
500 steel plate Engravings, brilliantly
col’d iu oil, ricli gilt frames, 24x30
inches each, $10, 5.000
10,000 elegant steel plate Eugravings,
col’d in oil, of the Washington Mon
ument, 20x28 in.each $4, 40.000
237,000 stetl plate Engravings, from
100 different plates, now in possess
ion of, and owned by the Artists’ Un
ion, of the market value of from 50
cts to $1 each 41,000
I first-class Dwelling, iu Slst st, N. Y’, 12,000
22 buildiuglotsin 100 and 101st sts N.
Y-. city, each 25x100 ft deep, at 1000 22,000
100 Y’illa Sites, containing each 10,000
sq ft in the suburbs of New York city
and commanding a magnificent view
of the Hudson Riverand Long Island
Sound, at 500. 50,000
20 perpetual loans of cash, without in
terest or seciiri y, of $250 each 5,000
A perpetual loans of 100 $cach 5,000
100 •* •• 50 “ 5,000
250 “ « 20 •• 5.000
2,000 “ “ 5 “ 10,000
_ Reference in regard to the real estate, F. J.
) lssciiEti & Co. Real Estate Brokers.!}. York.
Orders, post paid, with money enclosed, to be
Jdressed, J. W. HOLBROOKE, Sec.
Oct 12 505 Broadway, N Y.
. OP The t-ngratings in the catalogue are
u iw ready Air delivery.
T HE pure unadulterated article of Schiedam
Schnapps, imported by B. Lieber, may be
had of tbe undersigded, who have been ap
pointed agents in this city. The public may
rely on the purity of this importation. In
purchasing be careful to uoticu the name of
B. Lieber on the label.
YV. H. it J. TURPIN, Agents, .
June 14 Broad st, Augusta, Ga-
L AMP and TRAIN OIL.—Bleached Winter
and Fall Sperm Oil, and a superior arti
cle of Traiu Oil, by the barrel or gallon.
W. H. & J. TURPIN,
Jllune Druggists, Augusta.G-
A FRESH and good article of Rice always
on hand at P. A. SUMMEY & BRO’S.
r 'ttESERVES—Ginger aqd Chow-chow
Preserves, and all sorts of PICK LES.for
sale by •' P. A SUMMEY & BRO.
C ONSTANTLY on hand, a large and well
assorted lot of plain, fancy nnd Japanned
Tin-ware, at P. A. SUMMEY & BRO’S
Coach-Making and Repairing.
4 T the old stand recently occupied by R. S.
IX. Sciicvenell, offers for sale a lot of superi
or articles of his own manufacture, at redu
ced prices—consisting of
Carriages, Buggies, &c.
Orders for anything in his line thankfully
received and promptly executed.
^SS-Repairing done at short notice and on
E XTRA Rio, Laguira, Cuba and old Gov’t
Java Coffee, Sugars of all kinds; Popper.
Spices, Ginger. Maccaroni, Pickles and Mus
tard, just received aud for sale low by
Nov2 T. BISHOP A SON
E XTRA blasting and Rifle Powder, a large
lot. English and American gun caps.Jfor
sale by P. A. SUMMEY & BRO.
FRESH LOBSTERS, SHAD, SAL
MON AND MACKEREL.
TN hermetically-sealed cases, just received
T. BISHOP <k SON.
T. BISHOP & SON
WILL CONTINUE THE
W AREHOUSE and Commissiondtushies*
at the same stand, aud will atteud to
the sale or storage of Cotton and other pro
duce, with promptness and dispatch, and on
the most reasonable terms.
Athens, Ga., Aug. 31.1854. 6mo
B LACKSMITH’S and Carpenter’s Tools, In
grent variety, for sale by
April 13 P. A. SUMMEY & BRO
CrvZY SACKS SALT, large size, and in
prime order, for sale low by
Dec. 6. T. BISHOP & SON.
CHEAP FOR CASH.
W " E are receiving large additions to our
stock of Groceries, Hardware and
Staple Dry Goods, and offer our customers a
fuller and better assortment than ever be
fore, at prices which cannot fail to give sat
isfaction. Nov2 T. BISHOr A SON.
Blasting Powder and Safety Fuse.
W ELL Diggei-9 and Miners can find the
above articles, at wholesale und retail
at LUCAS A BILLUPS,’
Oct 26 No 2, Granite Row
MAHItfE W0 KS,
T HIS establishment is now prepared to re
ceive and execute orders for making and
AH kinds ol* Machinery,
Mill work, Steam Engines, &c.
Jgg” Hands will be sent to any part of th«
country, for the purpose of repairing steam
engines and other machinery, or putting up
Mills, <fcc. °
Childs’ paten* 'Double Circular saw-mills
are manufactured at tbi6 establishment. We
by Ileury Stephens, of Edidburgh, and jhe also build Horse-Powers for the same, ami
late Prof. Norton, of Yale College, New furnish hands to put them in operation. The
Haven,complete In 2 vols., royal octavo, c on- mills aro wayrauteq to cut5(M)Q feet.of inch
taiuing luoo. pages, 14 steel and 6o0 wrod plank per day,
engravings. Price, in muslin binding, $6, The Machine Works are situated in the
By This work is not. the old “ Book of building-above the old “Athens House;”
the'Farm,” lately KssusciTATrn and thrown Broad Street. E, H, HANCOCK,
upon the market. Athens. Jqij*39, 1354, Agent
CxYm&er Straw Cutters I mllOSE indebted to us for Book accounts,
C UT all kinds of feed with great facility, X will please call and settle them,eitherb7
and are not liable to get out of repair.— cash or note; aud those who h&Tfc' notes long
We have just received a small lot of them, since due w«J| a , s0 Ca [l and pay them, M<T4
which will be sold low, * , need th<? money, and longer indulgence can*
Get i9 T- BISHOP A SON. uot and will not be given.
_1 JnD 13 PITNER & ENGLAND
BLANKETS & NEGRO CLOTHS,
R espectfully invites the attention of
planters to his large supply of,Negro
Blankets and Negro Cloths, which he is pre
pared to sell at very low prices. Nov *16
Union Oil Company.
1 1HE UNION OIL CO. beg leave to call at
. tention to the
SUPERIOR QUALITIES OF OILS
prepared at their works, for machinery of all
kinds, ns well as for Curriers, Painters and
Wool-Spinners. T ese oUs^ave been in use
in all the various departments for which they
are prepared, nnd af er constant use for
more thau three years, nnd highest approba
tion of Engineers and others, the Company
have so enlarged their works as to be able to
meet the increased demand for their Oila,~—
Also, “Mineral White I’aint,” superior - to
most Lead paints, equal to Zinc, equally du
rable, and less in price. All orders for oils
and paint of uniform qualities promptly sup
plied, and warranted to bo as represented.
Office of the Company, No. 100 Race Street
above 3d, Philadelphia.
S Nov 10 S. NEWELL, President.
N.B. Our oils warranted not to chill, and
particularly adapted to Railroad uses.
1, M. KENNEY’S.
THE BEST BRANDIES,
W HISKEY. Wines nnd other ~
have ever bee* in Athens, now on
and for sale cheap for cash, by
P. N Jl'lVSUX. I>vc7
RICH CARPETS AND CURTAIN
W ILLIAM SHEAR (Augusta) has rtoeiw-
ed from New York a large supply off
English Brussels Carpets of the best quality*
and of new and elegant styles; English Vel
vet Carpets, of new and splendid styles-jhxce-*
ply, Ingrain and Y r enetian Carpets. R?C&
Cheneille Rugs to match the carpets.
Printed Crumb Cloths, iu patterns and by
the yard; Rich colored Damasks aud Delainen
for curtains, with gimps and tas els to match;,
rich embroidered Lace and Muslin Curtains,,
and some at very low prices; embroidered
Muslins for curtains, bytheyard, Window
Shades, of beautiful styles; superior Furna-
ture Dimit : c8 and fine Cotton Fringes. Gilt-
Cornices, Curtain Bands, and brass and pit
ted Stair Rods.
The public are respectfully invited to oall-
and examine tho assortment. Noy.16
W HEREAS, Rowan McRee applies to me'
for Letters of Admiuistration on tbe re
spective estates of John McRce and Isabella
McRee, late of said county, deceased—•
ratThese are therefore to cite and^admonis’t
all and siugular the kindred gyd creditors oiL
said deceased to shew cause, uany they have,
at my office, on or bofore the first Monday, ht
February next, why sgid Letters should not
D m P , urr'E* t thenlie granted to the applicant, or to such
Klttij KILL. other person or perjou* as the Court may
A new supply good Rice. 14 lbs. tc^ tho^ at think proper.
’ ° cn under my hand,at office, this 1st day
. 1355. • -•
A choice article “HoU\bcst. at
I. M. KENNEYS.