The Little Boy that Died.
f un all alone in my chamber now,
And the midnight hoar is near,
And the faggot’s crack, and the clock’s dull
Are the only sounds I hear;
Andover my soul iu its solitude,
Sweet feelings of sadness glide;
For my heart srod my eyes are full, when I
Ot the little boy that died.
I went one night to my father’s house—
Went home to the dear one’s all,
And softly I opened the garden gate,
And softly the door of the hall,
3fy mother came out to meet her son,
She kissed me and theu she sighed,
And her head fell on my neck, and she wept
For her little boy tbat died.
And when I gazed on his innocent face,
As still and cold he lay,
And thought what a lovely child he had
Aod how soon he must decay, _
* Oh Death, thou lovest the beautiful,”
In the woe of my spirit I cried,
For sparkled the eyes, and the forehead was
Of the little boy that died.
Agaiu I will go to my father’s bouse—
Go home to the dear one’s all,
And sadly I’ll open t n garden gate,
And sadly the door of the hall,
1 shall meet mother; but never more,.
With her darliug by her side:
But she'll kiss me and sigh and weep again
For the little boy that died
I shall miss him when tbeflowrets come
In the gardeu where he played;
I shall mi is him more by the tire side,
When the flowers have all decayed,
I shall sec his toys and his empty chair,
And the horse he used to ride ;
And they will speak, with a silent speech,
Of the little boy that died.
I shall see his little sister again
With her playmates about the door,
And I’ll watch'the children in their sports,
A s i never did before;
And if, in the group 1 see a child
That’s dimpled aud laughing eyed,
1*11 look to see if it may not be
The little boy that died.
W« shall all go home to our father's boose—-
To our Father’s house in the skies,
Where the hope of our souls shall have no
And our love’nobroken ties;
We shall room on the banka of the river of
Aud bathe in its blissful tfde;
And one eftlie joys of heaven shall be
The iittle boy that died !
And therefore, when Tara sitting alone,
And the midnight hour is near,
When the faggot’s crack, aud the clock's dull
Are the only sounds I hear;
Oh sweet o’er ray soul, in its solitude,
Are the feelings of sadness that glide;
Though my heart and my eyes are full when
Of Che little boy tbat died.
WOMAN S WILL.
Men dying make their wills,—but wives
Escape a work so sad;
Why should they make what all their lives
The gentle dames have had.’
lipp m im iiSWMIUffr
GEMS OF THOUGHT gPpS
Abundance is a trouble, but compe
tency brings delight.
A burden which one chooses is not
A man had better be poisoned in his
blood than in his principles.
A careless watch invites a vigilant
A virtuous mind in a fair body is
like a fine picture in a good light.
Acquire honesty,seek humility, prac
tice economy, love fidelity.
A chaste eye exiles licentious looks.
Against fortune, oppose courage;
against passion, reason.
A man that breaks his word bids
others be false to him.
A good cause makes a stout heart
aud a strong arm.
An Irish tailor, making a gentle
man's coat and vest too small, was or
dered to take them home and let them
out. Some days after the tailor told
the gentlematf* that his garments hap
pening to fit a countryman of his, he
had let them out at a shilling per week
A man says that the first thing that
turned his attention to matrimony was
the neat and skillful manner in which a
girl handled a broom. He may see the
time when the manner in which that
broom will be handled will not afford
him so much sat isfaction.
“ VARIETY, THE SPICE OF LIFE"
Do you keep matches ?” asked a wag
of a druggist.
“Oh yes, all kinds,” was the reply.
“Well, ther,, HI take a trotting
The druggist immediately handed him terms
a box of Brandreth’s pills.
“My dinner don’t agree*with me,”
said a man to his wife, after an extraor
dinary hearty meal. “I don’t blame it
my dear *, I saw you jawing it so hard.
Why is a man who marries twice, like
the captain of a ship ? Because he has
a second mate.
“What did you hang that cat for,
Isaac 1” asked the school ma’m. The
bey looked up and with a grave look
answered—“For mete-tiny, ma’m.”
The man who tried to sweeten his
tda with one of his wife’s smiles,has ‘fal
len back' on sugar.
The New Hampshire editor who
wrote his editorials with chalk on the
soles of his shoes, and went barefoot
while the boys set up the copy, has pur
chased a ream of second hand envelopes,-
and engaged a girl to turn them inside
A W esters •* poet” gets’ off the follow
ing, explanatory of a steamboat explo
New Firm and New Goods.
WATCHES AND~JEWELRY, SILVER
AND PLATED WARE. MUSICAL
■rpl.. 1NSTR UMENTS, tfcc. pc.
Mandeville Sc Talmadge
TTAYE just returned from New,York,with
ill. 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, Ear aud FingerRings,
gold guard aud fob chains, gold Pens and
Pencils, gold and silver Buckles, gold and
SPECTACLES TO SUIT ALL AGES,
and a good assortment of col’d Glasses;
War routed sterling silver table, dessert and
teaspoons, silver Forks, and all other articles
usually kept iu a Jewelry store.
The superior advantages which the sub
scribers possess over those unacquainted with
the business, in purchasing directly from the
manufacturers and importers, and being
practical jewelers, renders them capable of
properly judging the value of all they pur
chase and recommend to the public.
In the department of Watch and Jewelry
Repairing, we are determined, by careful
and neat workmanship, punctuality and low
prices, to merit tlieapprobation 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. Talxadge.
Corner of Broad street and College Av.
one door east ofPcterson's bookstore.
C.W.&H. R. J. LONG,
Wholesale and Retail Druggists,
TT EEP constantly on hand a large and well
1A selected stock of
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
T) o> IF * j> l* -nr. j m* j the post office, a large and well selected lot o I throughout the country, and with the view of
Jjye otUjfS, Brushes, Window Glass, J LADIES’ DRESS GOODS I enabling every family to become possessed’of
J,.. o' . , LADIES* DRESS GOODS,
»1 j i • I Millinery Article*, d-c.
F £‘ nc “’ E ]»gl»b and Amen- | which their attention is respectfully in-
W. n. & J. TURPIIV,
(Successors to W. H. Turpin,)
O FFER to Physicians, Planters, Merchants
and the public at large, a choice aud well
assorted stock of Drugs anl Medicines, Oils,
Paints, Dye-stuffs, Glass and Putty, Brushes
of every description, Straw Brooms, Spirits
We purchase our goods for cash, and are
prepared to sell on the most advantageous
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
aud satisfy yourselves. Augusta, Junel5
W HEREAS, James M.* Ridgeway, and
John N. Ridgeway, apply to me 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 aud singular the kindred and creditors of
said deceased, to be and 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 my hand at office, this 2d
day of January, 1855.
Jan. 11. ASA M. JACKSON, Ordinary.
Edgar Poe used to drink strong tea to
excite him to poetical inspiration. Tom
my says it is no wonder tbat T should
make Poe a poet.
The la9t new society spoken of in
California is the Pay Nothing. It is
said to be alarmingly prosperous. The
password is Lend me a dollar—the re*
sponse “ Bi oke,”
Congress is about erecting a Lunatic
Asylum in Washington. We know of
no place that stands more in nted of
such an insiittition,
“ The engine groaned,
The wheels did creak,
The Steam did whitJe"
And the boileT did leak,
The boiler was examined,
They found it was rusted,
And all on a sudden
The old thing busted.”
If wisdom’s ways you’d rightly seek,
Five things observe with care :
Of whom you speak, to whom you speak,
And how, and when, and where.
Found Out.—A wag said that in
journeying lately he was put in an om
nibus with a dozen persons, of whom he
did not know a single ona. Turning a
corner shortly after, however, the om
nibus was upset. “And then/’ said he,
“I found them all out.”
The American’s Friend.
LADIES’ DRESS GOODS, |
TI/TRS. VONDERLIETH would respectfully ITUTe American Artists’Union wou
1YX inform the Ladies of town and country X fully announce to the citizeus <
that she constantly keeps on hand, at her ted States and the Canadas, that for the .
store on College Avenue, four doors below pose of cultivating a taste for the fine arts
can Chemicals, Drugs, Medicines, Per-
fumeTyand Fancy Articles.
Physicians, merchants and all others can
depend upon their orders meeting prompt
attention, upon the most accommodating
Their goods will be warranted as repre
sented. January, 1854.
a gallery of Engravings by the
FIRST ARTISTS OF THE AGE.
, . , ...... , i Thev have determined, in order to create
As she is determined to sell low, she trusts an extensive sale for their Engravings, and
the Ladies will give her a call before purch
W E are still offering at our old stand,
1 trge stock of
ALL KINDS USU.LLLY KEPT IN THIS
which wc are daily offering at low prices. All
kinds of country produce taken in exchange
for goods at the market price. Call and see
us. Janl3 PITNER & ENGLAND.
thus not only give employment to a large
number of artists and others, but inspire
among our countrymen a taste for works of
NEW TAILORING art, to present to the purchasers of their
rpHE undersigned, sc long and_ favorably. Each purchaser of a One Dollar Engrav-
I known in Athens and vicinity, having I fog thereto re, receives not only an Engraving
| taken the Store richly worth the money, but also a ticket
No. 0, College Avenue, [west SUte,j I which entitles him to one of the Gifts when
Is now receiving and opening the most they are distributed.
T HE undersigned are now receiving and I especially invited
opening their I rihw n
Spring Stock o? Clothing,
at their old stand, oposlte 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
ISPGOOD AND CHEAP AVt
rich and brilliant
STOCK OF GOODS,
For Gentlemen’s Wear.
Ever before offered in this market; com
prising superfine black and fancy cloths and
cassimeres superfine French doeskin, cas-
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 attention is
Heavy ribbed Beavers and other goods for
Will be received in due season.
In great variety, consisting of cashmer js,
elegantly. embroidered grenadines, satins,
and silks of a great variety of colors, richly
figured; and velvets plaiu and embroidered.
Also a full stock of
FOR FIVE DOLLARS, a highly finished
Engraving, beautifully PAINTED in OIL,
and FIVE GIFT TICKETS, willbeseut; or
Five Dollar’s worth o( splendid Eugravings
can be selected from the Catalogue.
A copy oi the Catalogue, together with a
specimen of one of the Engravings, can be
seen at the offiee of this paper.
For each Dollar sent an Engraving actually
worth that sum, and a Gift Ticket," will imnie-
piatelv be forwarded.
The Committee believing tbat the success
of this Gkeat National U ndertaking will be
materially promoted by the energy and enter-
E rise of intelligent and persevering Agents,
ave resolved to treat with such on the most
Any person wishing to become an Agent,
by sending (post paid,) 81, will receive by
Oue Dollar Engraving, a
RETUaN or MAIL ■
nu OI . . n „ , i “GIFT TICKET,” a Prospectus, a Catalogue
Collars, onirts, Drawers,Suspenders, and all other necessary information.
Handkerchiefs and Hosiery. I On the final completion of the sale, the
bought near the ”V"» | Returninghis grateful ackuowedgements Gifts u P , aced in the hands of a Com-
bougnt near the close of the season, they f„ r t he uniform favor, and good will maifest- M,1TEE of the purchasers to be distributed,
from eight to twelve per cent. e d toward him, under oOie/circumstances he due uotice of wbich wiu be g‘ ven throughout
h »^n h 008 - 1 . ea “ ler , atbe flatters himself that his past experience i n the United States and the Canadas,
season. We therefore confidentlv helm™I -it.:. A * . C 6 . - ! u I LIST OF GUV'S.
Tiieir stock has been selected from the best
manufacturers in New York, aud being
, wTik ! Doug “ t , °" uer *“ tbe flatters himself that his past experience in
L will be leve cutting, and his present determination J
a little cheaper I please, will insure for him a reasonable share
that we _ _ - nr - TT,,,
than you can buy the same article at any I of pntronage 1
of‘a e ilSs i of theplaCe ’ ° Ur 8tock consists T; AH the work cut at his establishment will
Such as Black and Fancy colored Frock
and business Coats;
Black and fancy colored Cassimere Pants,
and all Binds of black thin Coats and Pants;
Also brown Buff and White Linen Coats
Also a gen eral variety of Vests of all the
different kinds; and a good assortment of
be executed in the neatest man ter and the
most fashionable style.
W M. GARVIN
Of tbe late firm of W. II. H. White, & Co.
August 10, 1854
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 worse of
all, Ring-Worm. The best remedy for such, I ‘-37,000 steel plate Engravings, from
*t* *■ ” ' 100 different plates, now in possess-'
100 Marble busts of Washington,)
at 8100, j
100 marble busts of Clav, at do. §10,000
100 We'bstcr, '.0,000
100 “ Calhoun, 10,000
50 elegant Oil PaintiDgs, iu splendid
gilt frames, size 3x4 ft each §100,
100 elegant Oil Paintings, 2x3ft §50,
600 steel plate Engravings, brilliantly
col’d in oil, rich gilt frames, *24x30
inches each, §10,
10,000 elegant steel plate Engravings,
col’d in oil, of the Washington Mou
umeut, 20x26 in.each §4,
880 AGENTS WJ
One for every County in t£e
SUNNY SOUTH; «*
To sell the treat
Most Splendid History ever published,
THE NEW WORLD.
In two volumes bound iu one,
BY HENRY H. BROWNELL, A. ; M.
I N presenting this work to the public* the
publishers believe that they are supplying
a desideratum, the want of which has been
long felt by tbe reading community, and
especially,by the people atlarge. No other
work, much less any other single volume,
contains the complete and extended view of
extire American history which is here pro.
seated. The plan aud execution of the book
are entirely new; the arrangement of the
various European Provinces uuder their re
spective national heads, and the subdivision
of these into separate Colonies aud Statesrjr
due chronological order bein p'roserved^
will, it is thought, make it of peculiar value
as a book «.f reference, aud greatly facilitate
a clear aud accurate knowledge of general
THE OLD WORLD.
In two Volumes Botin . fn one,
By Henry Howard Bro wxell, A. M.'
Comprising an accouut o£ the foundatiort
progress aud decline of the most celebrated
Empires, States aud Nations, from the earliest-
period to the present time—of their wars,-
conquests and revolutions— of religious dis-
seuaion aud persecution—of the gradual ex
tension of. freedom and civilianliou—and the
final settlement of political relatious ou their
These books comprise a complete history
of the 1 Would, in four volumes bouud in two.
The character of the illustrations iu these
volumes are of higher aud more magnificent
standard than has ever becu attempted here
tofore, being from designs by Darley, Bil
lings, Wallin and Doepler, and elegantly
colored, (except tbe portraits,) with from
five t> nine different tints, true to nature,
so as to impart a close resemblance to well -
These works arc printed from new and
handsome type, also on paperof extra quality
as regards texture and permanency, and com
prise over 2500 pajics royal octavo, with
numerous and diversified colored-engravings,
hound in embossed black morocco leather
binding with tipped corners.
To men of energy and business tact, thio
offers au unparalled chance to do a good busi
ness by engaging an agency for tJicSfe ini;,
portant works, which are sold only by sub
Qt^-For particulars addrt ss the pnbibbers.
DAVTON & WE N’T WORTH, New Yoik.
Also men’s Shirts and drawers, undershirts, and certainly the most agreeable, is “Mar-
silk and gauze; Uhall’s Ring-worm and Tetter Lotion.” It will
Shirt collars, and collar boxes, Stocks, .cert dnly cure, and quickly—it does not stain
Cravats, and Handkerchiefs, Cotton aud the skin, aud is an agreeable perfume. For
Linen ; | sale by the Druggists generally, and by
Half-hose; Linen, Silk and Kid Gloves, of
all kinds; also Fortmonies, ind silk Purses,
aud Hair, Hat and Coat Brushes,aud pocket
and coarse Combs; also a good assortment
of Gingham and black and colored Silk, and
Umbrellas and Carpet Bags, and Trunks.
W. H. & J. TURPIN,
Dealers in pure Family Medicines,
Juuel5 Broad street, Augusta, Ga.
T O the Citizens of the United States: I most
humbly thank you for the immense pat
ronage which you have bestowed upon my
Pills. I take this opportunity of stating that
my ancestors were all American Citizeus,
and that I entertain for all that concerns
America and the Americans, the most lively
sympathies, so much so thftt I originally
compounded these Pills expressly to suit your
climate, habits, constitutions, aud manner of
living, intending to establish myselt among
you, which I have now done, by taking pre
mises in New York.
- 38,corner Ann aud Nassau Streets,N.Y
A great pari of mankind employ their
first years in making 'heir last misera
An Irishman, on' one occasion, ap
plying for a license to sell whisky, was
asked by the dispenser of authority if he
possessed a good moral character.
“ Faith, yer honor,” replied the ap
plicant, “ I don’t see tbe necessity of a
good moral character to sell rum.”
r I wonder what makes my eyes so
weak ?’ said a loafef fo a gentleman.
* Why, because they are in a weak
pteec,’ returned the latter.
‘ During your travels in Canada, Mr.
Slocum, did you meet with anything that
arrested your attention V * Yes, sir, a
4 If five and a half yards make a perch,
how many will make a cat fish ?’
A fair skinned, blue-eyed, sunny
ha red, white girl, of Worcester, Ohio,
lately ran away with a gonted, early
haired, big-heeled negro of the same
A poor miserable loafer, by »he name
of Cain, being arraigned before the Re
corder the other day, was asked if he
was the man that slew his brother ?
No, your honor,” said he, “ / is the
rhap what got slewed.”
Paddy on Apple Pie.—An Irishman
was asked at dinner one day, if he would
take some apple pie ? “Is it houldsome,
Teddy V’ "Because,” said he, “I once
had an uncle that was kilt with apple-
plexy, and by my sowl 1 thought it might
be something of the same sort.”
Lcok Out!—When cold the wind
blows, take care of ycur nose, that it
doesn’t get fioze, and wrap up your
toes, in warm woollen hose. The above
we suppose, was written in prose, by
some one who knows, the effect of cold
* Do make yourselves at home, ladies,'
said Mrs. Smiths to her visitor: 4 1 am
at home myself, and sincerely wish you
The ladics-called for their bonnets!
Men are to be estimated, as Johnson
says, by the mass of character. A block
of tin may have a grain of silver, but
still it is tin ; and a Week of silver may
have an alloy of tin, but still it is sil
ver. —• - — - •
4 Why don’t you give us a little Greek
and Latin occasionally V asked a country
deacon of the new minister.
4 Why, do you- understand those lan
4 No, but we pay for the best, and we
ought to have it.’
Gambling vs. Tuin Pants.—A
genius out West was invited to take a
game of poker, but he refused, saying,
“ No, I thankee ; I played poker all one
summer, and had to wear uanfceen pants
all the next winter. I lurre had no taste
for that amusement since.”
In churning cream, add a lump of
butter to the cream before commencing,
and the butter will come in two-thirds
the time it would without. .
‘•Boys,” said a village pedagogue,
“what is the- rneaning.of all that uoise
in the scht><.r T*
?jj| is Bill Sikes, air, who is all the
time imitating a locomotive.”
“Come up here, William, if you have
turned into a locomotive, it is high tima
you wero switched off.”
Those who-blow tlk* coalfe of other
fttople’f-strife, may chance to have (lie
fly iu tliuir fuecs.
Different sounds travel with different
velocity. A call to dinner will run all
oVer a ten- acre lot in a moment and a
half, wKlle a summons to returii'to work
takes five to eight minutes.
The parent who would train up a
child in the way he should go must go
the way he would’ train up his child
A ui;m that hoards riches and enjoys
them- not,, is like an ass that carries gold
and eats thistles;-
ion of, and owned by tbe Artists’ Un
ion, of the uiarket value of from 50
cts to §leach 41,000
1 first-class Dwelling, iu 3tstst, N. Y, 12,000
22 buildiuglots in 100 and 101st sts N.
Y. city, each 25iil00 ft deep, at 1000 *22,000
100 Villa Sites, containing each 10,000
sq ft iu the suburbs of New York city
aud commanding a magnificent view
of the Hudson River and Longlalaud
Sound, at 500, 50,000
20 perpetual loans of cash, without in
terest or securi-y, of §250 each 5,000
A perpetual loans of 100 §each 5,000
many valuable pieces—having four or five 1 “ 50 “ 5,000
water-powers, one on the river and one on I “ “ 20 “ 5.000
the creek, with dam, race aud house.all ready I ->000 “ “ 5 “ 10,000
for business; with desirable residence, seve I „ Reference iu regard to the real estate, F. J
| ral springs, and two wells of pure water. | Visscubb «fc Co. Real Estate Brokers,N. York.
, - ’ * The tract will be sold in whole or in part, to I Orders, post paid, with n.oiey enclosed, to be
OTYF1T10* tv. KlTTYim AT* IrOnfl St suit purchasers; aud if not sold this vear.will aldressed, J. V. HOLBROOKE, Sec.
I A b w w UmlUC1 UUUO. | p e ?ffercJ at ftl]Ctioil> at tlu , Commencement, | Oct .**2 506 Broadway, N Y.
_ . iocs i The engravings iu the catalogue ar
WM. A. CARR. (i: >w ready for delivery. .
Coach-Making and Repairing.
a RE A T A TTRA CTION!
- TJEING desirous of consolidating my busi-
\\ e have constantly on haud the very best JD ness, I offer for sale that most desirable
chewing Tobacco and fine Cigars, a good as- place at Athens. The tract contains 1000 or
sortment. Wc invite all buyers of the above I more acres, seven hundred acres of which
articles to call and see us and let us show | are woodland, which can be subdivided into
you our goods.
WILSON A VEAL.
COME AYR SEE!
McWhorter & erwin
A RE now receiving and opening rheir sup
plies of Spring and Summer
DRY GOODS AND GROCERIES,
Consisting of such articles as are usually
kept in this market.
| in August, 1855.
PURIFICATION OF THE BLOOD
Liver & Bilious Complaints.
The Citizens of the Union suffer much from
disorders of the Liver and Stomach, scarcely
any are free from the influence of these des
tructive maladies, hence life wears fast. The
fair sex, perhaps the handsomest in the
world, up to a certain period when,distros-s
iag to say, many lose their teeth and good
looks, while yet iu the lieytlay pf life. Such
sad evils may be effectually remedied by con
tinually keeping the blood pure, and the Liv
er and stomach in a healthy action,when life
will flow smoothly, aud resemble plants in a
congenial clime, where an eternal spring ap
pears to reign. As it regards the preserva
tion of the human frame, and the duration of
life,-much may be effected, and I say fear
lessly, that health nd life can be prolonged
for many years beyond their ordinary limits,
if Holloway’s Pills aie taken to purify the
blood according tothorulis laid down for
health contained in the directions v.-hich ac
company each box.
A CASE OF WEAKNESS AND DEBILITY, OF
TEN YEARS STANDING, CURED BY HOL
Copy of a Letter from Captain Jhon John
son, Attor House, New York, dated January
5 th, 1854.
To Professor Holloway, 38,
Corner of Ann aud Nassau Streets, N. Y.
Sir,—It is with the most heartfelt plea-
sure I have to inform you that I have beeu
restored to health and'streuglit by taking
your Pills. For the last ten years, I ouffer-
ed from a derangement of the Liver and
Stomach, and was reduced to such an extre
mity thatl gave np my Ship, never expect
ing to go to sea any more, as I had tried eve
ry Remedy that was recommended to me, but
all to uo purpose ; und hail given tuyseif up
to despair. When I was at last recommended
to take yonr Pills. After using them for
three months, the result is that I am now in
better lies Ah than I have beeu for eleven
years past, and indeed as well ns ever I was
in inyjife, You are quite at liberty to make
tbit known for the benefit of others. I re
main, Sir, yours respectfully,
(Signed) JOHN JOHNSON
These celebrated Pills axe wonderfully effica
cious in the following complaints:—
Bad Legs Contracted and Lumbago
Bad Breasts Stiff Joints Piles
Barns Fistulas |§b Rheumatism
Bunions Gout Salt Rheum
Chilblains Glandular Scalds
Cliap’d hands Swellings Sore Nipples
Sore Throats Skin Diseases Scurvy
Sore Heads Ulcers Wounds
mHE pure unadulterated article of Schiedam
JL Schnapps, imported by B. Lieber, may be]
had of the undersigded, who have been ap
pointed agents in this city. The public may
Harare, and ffc,
Caps, Boots and b/ioes ; B. Lieber on the label.
Saddlery, $c. W. TURPIN, Agents,
And an endless variety of other articles, tao | June 14 Broad st, Augusta, Ga-
tedious to meution.
All of which they offer extremely low, for
cash or country produce.
Their frieuds and the public are respect
fully invited to give them a call—examine
their stock and prices—aud if these suit, to
patronize them liberally.
Athens, April 20
L AMP and TRAIN OIL.—Bleached Winter |
and Fall Sperm Oil, aud a superior arti
I cle of Train Oil, by the barrel or gallon. ;
AV. H. <fc J. TURPIN,
J14une Druggists, Augusta.G**
JAMES B. BURPEE,
A T the old stand recently occupied by R.S
Schcveuell, offers for sale a lot of superi
or articles of his own manufacture, at redu
ced prices—consisting ot
Carriages, Buggies, &c.
Orders for any thiug in his line thankfully
received and promptly executed.
^aj-Rcpairing done at short notice and on
T HE subscribers are prepared to fill orders
for all kinds of
Spokes for Carriages and Wagons,
Also, at the same establishment we manufac
tuie all kinds of
- | A FRESH and good article,of Rice always I Ti^Vw* (
A on hand at. P. A. SUMMBY & BRO’S. |
T)ltESERVES—Ginger and Chow-chow
JL Preserves, and all sorts of PICKLES,for
| sale by P. A SUMMEY & BRO.
C>jYm&e\* Straw Cutters
, .. All I fWT all kinds of feed with great facility
commonly used in our cot.on factories. All H , ► . ....? „r J
done as good und cheap as can be had from
Spices, Ginger, Maccaroni, Pickles aud Mus
tard, just received aud for sale low by
Nov*2 T. BISHOP «L SON
NOTICE TO DEBTORS AND
S TATE OF GEORGIA, Clarke County.—
All persons haying deunnds against Ed
ward Latnpkin ,'atc ol Green county, deceas
ed, are hereby notified to present ihem, pro
perly attested, to me, within the time pro
scribed by law, or they will not be settled.
And all persons indebted to said deceased,
are hereby required to make immediate mo
ment. LEWIS J.LAMPKJN, Adm’r,
Feb. 22. With the will annexed:
A LL pi rsons will take notice that my wife,
Mary Wehster, has quit my bed aud
board without piovocation. 1 forworn all
persons from crediting her on my responsi
bility,for l will not pay any of her contracts.
Feb. 15. 1355. JOHN R. WEBSTER.
rilWO months after date, application will
X Ik* made to the Court of Ordinary of
Clarke county, for leave to sell all the land
•uud uei-rnes. belonging to the respective
e tates of John and Isabella MoRee, lute of
said couiitV, dec’d.
F*b. 22, 1856. ROWAN MeREE, Adm’r.
M R Griffith, of the 221th District G. 51.
. tolls before me as an cstray, a bay
horse mule, dish-faced, the ends of his ear*
black, and a black streak down'll is back and
across his shoulders, three feet 8 or 10 inches
high, snppo-ed to be eighteen years old. Ap
praised bv Absalom Vickers'and William
Collier to be.wortli ton dedhu-s. 10th Jam
1855. JULIUSG. DARBY, j.i*.
A true extract from Est ray Rook.
Febl JOHN CALVIN JOHNSON,Clk
11 is stated that an' editor down east
got his pocket full of money and was
afraid to go by the Museum lest they
should catch him for a curiosity.
“Boy,” said a visitor to the house of
a friend-to his little son, “ step over the
way and see how old Mrs. Brown is.”
The boy did tbe errand, and on his re
turn repotted that Mrs Brown did not
know how old she was.
* * • Sold at the Establishment of Profess
or Hollow at, 38, Corner of aun and Nassau
Streets, New York; also by all respectable
Druggists and Dealers iu Medicines through
out the United States, iu Boxes, at 37^ cents.
87 aud $1.50 cents eaoh To be hail Wholesale
of the principal Drug Houses in the Union
(ST There is a considerable saving by-
taking the larger sizes.
N. D".—Direction for tbe guidance of patients
in every disorder are affixed to each Box.
.1ST Sold in Athens at the drug store of
Smith «fc Hill. June 1
T SHALL apply to the 0
J. County, at the - March
Court of ‘
the North. Address,
P. A.SUMMEY & BRO. Athens, Ga.
who will attend to all-orders, and the ship
ping of the some. March, 1854.
STOVES, STOVES! _
C OOKING and Office Stoves, in grent vnri-1 Ja le by
ety, constantly on hand, at low prices,by 1
April 13 P- A. SUMMEY & BRO.
v and are not liable to get out of repair.
We bare just received a small lot of them,
which will be sold low.
Oct 19 T. BISHOP & SON. .
E XTRA blasting and Rifle Powder, a large
lot. English and American gun cnps.Jfor
P. A. SUMMEY & BRO.
A LARGE aud well selected lot of Gents and
Ladies’ Shoes, for sale low, by
April 13 Y. A. SUMMEY & BRO.
C RANBERRIES aud White Onions, just
' jun25 T. BISHOP & SON.
T. BISHOP & SON
WILL CONTINUE THE
W AREHOUSE and Commission business
at the same stand, and will attend to
the sale or storage of Cottou and other pro-
[duce, with promptness und dispatch, and on
tlie most reasonable terms.
Athens, Ga., Aug. 31.1854. 6mo
B LACKSMITH’S and Carpenter’s Tools, in
great variety, for sale by
April 13 P. A.HUMMEY & BRO
I pr /A/A SACKS SALT, large size, and in
I oUU prime order, for sale low by
T. BISHOP * SON.
TO DEBTORS AND CREDITORS.
A LL persons com-crned will take notice
tbat tbe notes, accounts and claims of
j any kind, growing out of, and connected with,
the Book and Stationery busiuets of J. S.
Peterson, both as successor of Chase & Pe
terson and in the limited pratnersliip where
of J. 8. Peterson was general partner, have
been assigned to the subscriber fur the bene
tit of the creditors of J S. Peterson."Having-
no discretion in the premises, these claims,
will nil be pressed to col'ection at onec with
out respect to parties.
During my absence au the-Circuit or else
where, the books, notes and accounts will be
at my office in the possession of George A.
Cabaniss, whose receipt in settlement of the-
same will lie valid against me. All person*
having claims against said Peterson are de
sired to file them in uiy office by or b:fore>
the first day of May next. Those having open
accounts will be required to swear to thc-
snme. C. PEEPLES.-
Feblo Assignee of J. S. Peterson.
TO THE TRAVELLING PUBLIC.
FRESII LOBSTERS, SHAD, SAL- p R *|S. 8UPply,i,18t received by ™f 2 ° p
MON AND JIACKEREL.
I N hermetically-sealed cases, just received J tvi/vqi ipr'
by Nov9 t. bisuop * son. * i'VllVU.
by Rig Nov9 . , ^ ,
______ _ ' I rid HOSE indebted to us for Book account:.
S AULT K R & I Y Y I BLANKETS & NEGRO CLOTHS, l «n«>d settle 1 them,either by
w ■>. ■ wit Tiyor cnpYit cash or note; and those who have notes long
A T their old stand, near the Franklinllouse, I ""““T ° „ j since due will also call and pay them, as v :
Athens, Ga. are bettor prepared than] T) espkctfully^ mvttes tbe attention I need th» money. *nfld lodger indulgence can
ever heretofore to meet the wants of the tra-j B planters tq his large supply of Negro uot an ,j will not be given
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 better stock than at any time hereto
fore, while their Drivers are as careful as can
be found anywhere.
FSr At the same time their terms arc as
good as the best. R.Saolter, Z.Ivt.
Blankets and Negro Cloths, which be is pre- j
j pared to sell at very low prices. Nov 16"
Union Oil Company.
FldllE U NION OIL CO. beg leave to call at
J. tention to the
P1TNER & ENGLAND
RICH CARPETS AND CURTAIN
| V\/TLLIAJi SHEAR (Augusta) busreceiv-
YY ed from New York a large supply of
r j, . , English Brussels Carpets of the best quality
SUPERIOR QUALITIES OF OILS and of new and elegant styles; English Vel-
prepared at their works, for machinery of all vet Carpets, of new and splendid styles;tiirie
kinds, ns well as for Carriers, Painters and ply, Ingrain and Venetian Carpets. Rich
I Wool-spinners. T eseoils have been in use j Cheneille Itugstb match the carpets.
S CYTHE Blades, Grass Scythes,Reaphooks ; n all the various departments for which they Printed Crumb Cloths, iu patterns and by
and Scythe Snathes, for sale by are prepared, and afrer constant use for the yard; Rich colored Damasks aud Delaiues
V > ril 13 P. A- SUMMEY* & BRO. | more than three years, and highest approba-1 for curtains, with gimps aud tas els to mutch;
tion of Engineers aud others, the Company I rich embroidered Lace and Muplin Curtains,
n enDnr * nr r- rWvrv I have so enlarged their works as to be able to quid some at very low prices; embroidered
GEORGIA—CLARKE COUNTY. meet fche i ncrense( i demand for their Oila.— I Muslins for curtains,- by the yard, Window
Court of Ordinary of said County. Also, “Mineral White Paint,” superior to (Shades, of beautilul styles; superior Furna
WHEREAS, Eleanor H. Lowery, formerly mo8t L ea cl paints, equal to Zinc, equally du- ture Dimit ; es and fine Cotton Fringes. Gilt
YY Eleanor H. Overby, guardiau of Sarah ra bl e , and lessinprice. All orders for oils Cornices, Curtain Bauds, and brass and pil-
A.L: Overby .minor ofTuonans Overby .deceas- an( j paint of uniform qualities promptly sup- .ted Stair Rods.
ed, is desiYbus of obtaining Letters Dismissory pij e j ( and warranted to be as represented. The public are respectfully invited to call
from said guardianship— Office of the Company, No.100 Race Street and examine the assortment. Nov 1C
It is therefore, upon the application of said above sdf Philadelphia,
guardian, ordered by the Court, that all per- Nov 16 S. NEWELL, President.
‘ sons concerned, appear at the regular term pf N.B. Our oils warranted not to chill, and
this Court, to be held on the first Monday in particularly adapted to Railroad uses.
March next, to show cause why said guardian
should not be dismissed from said guardiau-1 Eradicatoiv
• , .. I 1\/T"ARSHALL’S Magical Pain Eradicator,
A true copy from * J- . . ’ JVL for curing Rheumatism, Bruises, Sprains,
at a regular term thereof, held this 8th day of | Swelli is cm i Q . elU
next of the
~1 the uc-
janll ASA M- JACKSON, Ordinary
superior to any
other external remedy for these stubborn dis
eases.- All who have used it, can testify to
its efficacy. For sale bv - -
\V. H. «fc J“. TURPIN,
Wholesale and Retail Druggists,
Broad st, Augusta, Ga.
and*by all Druggists throughout tlie State.
YT7HEREAS, Rowan McRce applies to me
Y Y for Letters of Administration on the re
spective estates of John McRce aod Isabella
McRee, late of said county, deceased—
Thcse7^re therefore to cite and admonis:
all and singular the kindred and creditors of
said deceased to
at my office, ou i
February next, why
then be granted to
other person or persons
Given under niv band.ntoffice, this tstday
of Janttarv, 1855.
jrait ASA M. IAi'JvSON.Grdluary.
P URSUANT to an order of the Court of Or
dinary of Clarke county, will be sold be
fore tbe court bouse door of said county, on
the first Tuesday in March next, during tho.
legal hours of sale, the Tract of Laud (wid
ow’s dower excepted) whereon Thomas N.
Epps, laflfcof said county, deceased, resided
at the time of bis death, containing two hun
dred and uitiety-sevcn and oue-third acres,,
more or less, about two miles from Watkins-
ville, on which is a comfortable dwelling-
house and other necessary outbuildings. Also,
at tbe same time and place, wilL be sold one
negro man, by the name of Jim, aboutfiftv
years old. All to, be sold as the property of*
said deceased, for th e benefit of his heirs and
creditors. Terms, credit till the 25tli of De-.
'Cetnber next,with note and approved securltv!_
jan 11 WM. EPPS, Adm’r-.’
P URSUANT to an order of the Honorable-
the Court of Ordinary of Clarke county*,
will-be sold on the first Tuesday iu April
next, before tbe court house door of said
county, duriug the legal hours of sale. the.
following negroes, to wit: Joshua, a, man
about JO years old; Joe, a man about 60 ;.
Cody, a woman about 67 ; Daniel, a matt
about 42; George, a man about 26.; Minerva,,
about 26 ; Harry, a boy about 21; Gcorgia-
aun, a girl about 5 ; and Delia, a girl about
v years old. Also, at the same time and place,
will be sold, one tract of laud, contaiuing
eight hundred and. ninety-nine acres, more or
less, lying in said county, on which is a com-
fortablc,d welling house, giu house and screw
and other necessary out buildidns; about
400 acres in; tho woods; fifty or sixty acre*
fresh land ; the ballance, mostly worn or in.
old fields; being the place ou which Francis
Marshal], late of said couuty, dec’d, resided
of his death, to be sold for the.
heirs and creditors of said dec’d..
Terms on the day.
WM. H. MARSHALL, Adm'r.
Feb, 8, 1855.
A jehoiee lot.-svt'KlccUfc just received at
l>ccj £ M. KENNEYS.