of the City of Augusta, »f our
State, stands credited with a con
tion to said Society, of $33.
In unothcr place, we see the following
credits for Milledgeville : W. Flagg, SI.
Mrs. Daggett, SI.
What was asserted some weeks since
by, perhaps, a New York paper, we find
pretty well substantiated in the follow
ing preamble and resolution:
Whereas, testimony has been given in
courts of justice, in recent criminal tri
als, which, if worthy of credit, would
establish the fact, that vessels engaged
in the slave trade have been, within a
few years, fitted out, in considerable
numbers, for the purpose, in the ports
of New York, Boston and other places;
and such vessels are owned by persons
residing in said cities:
Resolved, That a committee of five be
appointed to examine this subject, and
ascertain, if possible, whether such
statements are true, and report the facts
Which they shall find established, to the
hext annual meeting.
I observe throughout the proceedings
of this Society, very conspicuous the
names of some very rank abolitionists,
and I cannot accord honesty of motive
or action to them. So, whatever may
be the merits of this Society, it hnsseme
exceedingly suspicr us members, with
whom a right good, honest Southern
man cannct permit very intimate asso
Unless the length and dryness of this
should prevent, I shall next week con
sider the subject -of slavery and the
character of slaves in the light of this
ljy this arrival the ne
of the Czar is confirmed,
sou, Alexander, has peaceably ascended
ihe throne. His first act was to issue a
manifesto, seting forth that he would
strictly adheve to the policy of his father.
His bi other and the officers of Govern
ment and the Army had taken the oal
Little else of interest has been re
ported by this arrival, save a report tliat
a disagreement had ariseu between the
Emperor Napoleon and the English
Government.growing out of the Roebuck
investigation—the Euperor having de
clared that if it proceeded,- the two
armies could hot act in concert. The
Roebuck Committee, however, were
proceeding with the investigation; but
it is thought that Parliament will be
Below wo present still later* intelli
gence by the steamship Asia.
LATER PROM EUROPE.
The steamship Asia has arrived at
Halifax with one week’s later advices
Liverpool Market.—Cotton had
declined a sixteenth to an eighth penny
Breadstuff's were higher. Corn 42
Consols are quoted at 94J.
Mr. Christy : Please admit this hint
for the information of the public.
People in all parts of the country are
so uninformed, and of course so unre
flecting on the, to them, startling and
astounding idea of Polygamy—and as
many of them have suggested to me the
publication of my views upon that in
stitution,! contemplate the work; and for
their convenience shall try and have
Agents for its delivery all the State
over. I will say what is the truth—the
actual fact in its favour, if fixed on cer
tain conditions. And if any one, however
high, however low, learned or un
learned, can logically and truthfully re
fute me, or continue, afterwards, the
argument into the new regions of illustra
tions, if any can be devised that mili
tate with the basis of the conclusions of
my work, he would, by so doing, con
fer on me a favour signal and profound.
John J. Flournoy.
Jackson co., March, 1855.
1 - —I—: ■■■■"' — >•
TAKE NOTICE. f
CCOUNTS for the fast quarter arc now his
- due, and payment thereof required.
April 6 ,D. N. JUDSON.
A Cottage Residence.
INING eight good rooms, with
closets, p.mtry, and dairy, &c. A good
kitchen, smoke-house, servants rooms,stable,
carriage-house and other out buildings.
The lot contains twd acres, is well 'im
proved, has on it a never-failing well, of as
good cool water as can be had in Clarke conn-
tv, and a number of ehoice fruit trees. '
Situated in Cobham, town of Athens,
pply to C. S. OLIVER.
Athens April 5,1855, 3m
A CCOUNTS for the last quarter are now
due, and payment thereof required. My
terms arc cash, or three months.
liatoieiih oiinuoiim, mumiSjUl.
No establishment in the State possesses superior fa
cilities for executing Printing of the kinds usually in
demand in this country—such as
Books, Pamphlet*, Newspapers, Magazines, Cir
culars, Cards, Tickets,Labels, Checksjfotes, .
Posters,Bill-Heads, Catalogues, Hand-
Bills, Way , Stage and Horse Bills,
Blanks of every descriptidn.
And indeed almost every thing likely to be called for.
Sir He Will indulge in no extravagant promises, but
content bunself with the remark, that hereafter as here
tofore, he will endeavor to execute all work entrusted
to him in a superior stylo -punctually—correctly—ex
peditiously, and at modkkate price .
Grateful to his friends and the public for past favors,
he again solicits their orders, and trusts that he may bo
favored with a liberal share of public patronage.
Athens, January 18,1855 if
WM. N. WHITE.
M AURY’S Physical Geography oftlie Sea,
Boswell’s Life of Johnson,
Harper’s Story Books. No. 4,
Life and Beauties of Fanny Fern,
Duels and Duelling,
Roe’s A Long Look Ahead,
Poems and Ballads of Gerold Massey,
D’Abrontes Memoirs of Napoleon.
Apl5 * WM. N. WHITE.
“ Shoulder*.--- ....
Sperm do.... ....
Star _ do......
Ten....... ~ I"
Crushed ... j.
“ Loaf..., ..........
olasses, per gal, p........
N. O. Syrup....,....:
Salt, per Bushel...
IfTHE Press.-—Much has been said in | Salt,-Liverpool Sack
the public prints regarding thevirtucsof i Steel,Cast 7.........,..-..^...
Bogle,s Hyperion Fluid, and Bogle’s Amole, “ German .
as being respectively unsurpassed, the one
for cleansing and regenerating the hair and!
the other for shaving and washing. These *
articles have now stood the test of the stric
test scientific investigation, and been used by
thousands of our citizens and arc now pro
nounced the only articles really worthy of
a place at the toilet
For sale at the Drug Stores of Smith &
Hill and C. W. & fl. R. J. Long:
As we feared would he the case, we
learn that »he peach crop generally in
this vicinity has been almost totally des
troyed. We think, however, from an
examination of our own trees, :hat a few
have been left. Other orchards, more
favorably located,may have escaped the
total destruction which has visited most
of those we have hoard from.
Our friend, Dr. James Camak,
Secretary of the Southern Central Agri
cultural Society, presented us the other
day with several parcels of seeds, for
which we return our thanks. We un
derstand that he has received a large
quantity of seeds from the Patnt Office
—which he is distributing among such
of our farmers as want them.
Whenever a ‘’show” comes to
town, we know «t once whether it will
do—if it is worthy of patronage, the
proprieters are always glad to have the
printers there, so that they may recoin
FROM THE EAST.
The Conference at Vienna was for
mally opened on the 15th March. Gorts-
ehakoff was not present. Hopes and
fears regarding peace are about equally
balanced. Austria.i and Prussian cir
culars indicate peace, but Alexander’s
address to the army br atlies a warlike
The allies- bate re-opened their fire
The journey of Napoleon to the
Crimea is supposed to be postponed.
The English Committee of Enquiry
is still sitting.
The Belgian crisis continues.
Prussia refuses to accede to a trea ty
with the allies, and will therefore be ex
cluded from the Conference. The Rus
sians are formidably fortifying Inker-
mann, and had sunk two ships in tile
harbor. The siege work is progressing
with the greatest activity.
Austria has addressed a letter to the
Germanic Federal Government, infoim
ing them that the Austrian Commission
ers will present a new proposition for
the effectual mobilization of the Ger
manic contingents, and also insists upon
the necessity of being prepared for all
Prus. ia has issued a decree prohibit
ing the exportation of articles contra
band of war
Osten Sacken is now in command at
Sevastopol since the death of Nicholas.
The general aspect in monetary affairs
has undergone a favorable change.
English accounts state that Nicholas,
when addressing Alexander, advised
him to make peace, even at the loss of
Russian influence in the Black Sea;
that he >vould taka the icsponsibility*, as
he had not believed in (lie possibility of
the Anglo French alliance; that Alex
ander’s constant effort should _ be to de
tach France from England , and unite
Russia with Austria and Prussia. Nicho
las added, that perhaps his pride had
been excessive, God bad humbled him
therefor. After death his body was to
be exposed in the Chapel until the 16th
then to be buried with the usual solem
Telegraphic reports say, that the dis
cussions in Conference upon the general
basis of the negotiations had terminated
Rumors are current thnt England and
Austria will be satisfied without the de
molition of Sevastopol, but-. Napoleon
absolutely insists on that condition.
We have certainly, thus far, ex
perienced the most remarkable weather
ever known in this latitude at this season
of the year. We have now reached
the 5th of April, without having had
half-a-dozen consecutive spring-like days
Vegetation of every kind backward, and
what has ventured to show itself, dead
Wheat in this vicinity and in all
the region above here, is unusually back
ward—though, considering the nature of
the weather wc have had, it looks re
markably well. Where a ‘'good stand” tii
lias been ljjft, it will probably turn out N;
well at harvest. The misfortune is,
however, that on poose, furous lands
great deal of it has been kif
' Cuban affairs.
The Spanish Government has received
a confidential despatch from Concha
which inspires it with uneasiness, re
commends concession be made and the
Cuban deputy admitted into the Cortes
begs Government not to emancipate the
slaves, as it would cause Cuba to seek
admission into the United States—says
if Cubans are not pacified,twenty Hious
and troops could not hold the Island
Government has officially notified the
Cortes—tranquility restored in Cuba
Gen. Concha sent the deta Is of the
Cuban conspiracy to the Cortes, recom
mending large concessions to the Cubans
which was unanimously approved,
renders the Watchman
Advertising mediums in
who wish to cotnmunic
lie in this region
well to “make a i
Like Fat he
that V sai
These t Iron,common size ..
“ . 7juch wide '
“ Baud '.■'2..
“ Nail rod.
Nails, per Keg
Blasting .......... ...
Lead • - - - -: — - - -
STATE OF GEORGIA, )
CLARKE COUNTY. J
Superior Court. February Term, 1855.
rrtO the Superior Court of said county. The
x petition of Wm. P. Talmage and John F.
Phinizv respectfully shows, that heretofore,
to wit,’on tlie eleventh day of March, in the*
year 1861, William Kelsea, of said county,
made liis certain deed of mortgage, bearing
date.the dav aBd year aforesaid, bis own
proper hand and seal thereto anuexed, to
one Washington C. Yoakum, said mortgage
deed bos been recorded iu the Clerk’s Office
of said Court on the 18th day of August, 1851,'
Book P. folios 134 and 135, .and which
mortgage is here to the Court shown, where
by the said Kelsea granted, bargained «fc sold
unto the said Yoakum, bis heirs and assigns, a
certain tract or parcel of land situate, lyiug
and being in the .town of Athens, in said
county, containing one acre,more or less, and
bounded as follows^ to wit: on the east by
Mrs. P. Thomas, on the south by John A.
Martin, on the west by the street, and on the
north by Mrs. P. Thomas, and number one
hundred and sixty-four in the plat of Cobb-
liam—to bare and to bold to the said Yoakum,
his heirs aud assigns forever*—said mortgage
deed conditioned to be null and void on the
payment by said Kelsea to the said Yoakum
of six hundred dollars—$150 to be paid on
the first day of August, 1851—§150 on the
llthMarch, 1352—§150 on the 1st March.
1853 and §150 on the 1st March, 1854 and
your petitions aver that afterwards, to wit,
on the 24th day of December, 1852, the said
Yoakum assigued and transferred the said
mortgage to your petitioners, by writing en
dorsed thereon, and your petitioners aver that
the last payment in said mortgage mention
ed. to wit, tlie sum o£ §150, due 1st March,
1854, is now due, owing and unpaid—where
fore, your petitioners pray that such proceed
ings may be had in the premises as are in
accordance with the statute in such cases
made and provided, and will ever pray, <fcc
HARDEMAN A LANDRUM,
WILLIAM P. TaLMAGE 1
and JOHN F. PHINIZY, I
Assignees, Ac. j-Mortgage,Ac
vs. • |
WILLIAM KELSEA. J
It appearing to the Court from the peti
tion of Wni. P. Talmage and John F. Pliinrzy,
that on the 11thday of March, 1851, William
Kelsea of Clarke counter, made his certain
deed of mortgage, bearing date the day and
year aforesaid, his owu proper hand and. seal
being thereto annexed, to one Washington
C. Joakum, which said mortgage was re
corded in the Clerk’s Office of the Superior
Court of said county, on the 18th day of
August, 1851, in Book P. folios 134 aud 135,
Wheat per Bushel ....
Corn “ “ —-••
Meal '• *• “
Outs “ “
Rye “ “
Madder lb..... 16
ATLant's Vermifttge,—-The effects ,pf this
truly extraordinary medicine are most satis-1 Shot, per . Bag.. —....
f ctory in all cases in which it has been tried j Cotton per Bate....
No other medicine has ever produced such Flour per bbl .....
effects so instataueously. It has only to he
administered, and relief follows as a matter
of course. It has been used in tho practice
of the best physicians of our country, and
by them been pronounced equal, if not su
perior to any medicine ever offered for the ex
pulsion of worms. Read the following:—
George Maxwell, Augusta,0. lias used it with
great effect in his family, and has sold large
quantities, which have given the'highest
J. fl. Cutter, merchant, Louisville, gave a
dose to bis child, who discharged a quart of
worms. He had tried other Vermifuge in
D. J.A J.W. Cotton,Winchester, Ind. happen
ed to get a lot from an agent which was soon
sold out, aud provmg. highly efficacious, be
came very popular, and sold more rapidly
than ainy other V<-r:r.ifuge.
Sold in Athens t y Drs. Smith a Hill.
Blue Stoiie ..V 18
Oil, Linseed 187
Lamp, Winter ....... 150
“ “ Fall..' 10U
“ Train.: 90
White Lead, Keg 251b......'.. 225 250
Glass,Box 8by 10.. 275 300
Mackerel. No. 3 hbl 1200 1400
4,bidsN0.2.:.:..'..... 1100 1200
Ever offered iu this market, Also, F-B.R
Of all styles and qualities. It is useless to ennmer
but would cordially welcon e all to (jg-COme and exa
Athens, April 13,1854.
c we Imre 011 hand,
e for themselves,
To Officers. Soldiers, Seamen,
&c., of all Wars; their Wid
ows and Minor Children.
S. M. KNIGHT, A ttomeyfor Govern
ment Claimants, Washington, D. C-,
C ONTINUES to give prompt and personal
attention to the prosecution of Claims of
every description against the Government,
And particularly to those before the Treas
ury Department, Pension and Bounty L ihd
Bureaus, Patent and General Land
I RON and Brass Custiugs of every variety ;
Improved Iron Frames, Circular Saw-
Mills—warrauted equal to the best. Steain-
Eugines, Forciug-Pumps, Gold-Mining Mills,
Gin, aud all other kinds of gearing. Mill
Irons and all kiuds of Machinery made to
B-oii Fencing 0 f select patterns, Plough
„ , cCS ’ at 'd Wagon Castings and Dog-Irons,
and Board of Claims. variety of Repairing and wrought-iron work
Au experience of years, and a familiarity ! A,_ 6
with the means of obtaining t >e earliest and ; * 0 j? " , . . ,, ,,
most favorable action on Claims, with his ° ST ;m * n1 ?■f^iT 8 th ° t
facilities for ,ho.li,,„ t oir of
“EN NICHE - '
piT The attention c: our i coders is called to
Professor Hollowav s Advertisement in an
other part of our columns. The world wide
renown of his Pills and Ointment arc too
well known to require much comment from
us; but they arc, without doubt, the mest
etno.tcjous remedies for many complaints.
Many of ouf readers have derive 1 immense
benetit from using tho Pills in cases of bile
and general derangement of the stoaiali and.
bowels and no cutaneous disease resist
curative powers of the Ointment—the effect
on the human frame is;astonishing.
Sold in Athens by C, W. A H. R. J. Long
CoN-sramos is, without doubt, the most
fearfully fatal of all diseases, (except epidem
ics) annually carrying thousands to untimely
graves. How often could the ravages of this
arch destroyer be prevented if timely reme
dies were used in allaying the inflammation
produced by an ordinary cold. For Coughs
Colds, Sore Throats and all other similar dis
eases, Stabler's Anodyne Cherry Expectorant
lias no equal. It is not recommended as
ihfal’ible, but medical raeu and others, who
have used and administered it. hear testi
mony to its ' extraordinary efficacy. It is
known to be a “ good medicine,” and as such
is offered to the public ; as also Stabler’s
Diarrhoea Cordial, for diseases of tho bowels.
See descriptive pamphlets, to be hail gratis
of the agents. Price.for each, only 50 cents,
or six bottles for §2 50.
E. H-Stabler 4l Co. proprietors, wholesale
For sale by C. W. A R. R. J. Long, Athens,
and by druggists generally.
“ j bbls No. 2. ...... 400
’Feathers ; :.... 35
Wool... —.... ..........i 25
Tobacco ..y 25
Yarii-perbale,4C hunches 85
‘‘ Retail....:.....;..;..... 90
Osuahurgs,per Bale : 9
“ Retail to
Shirt ug J, per bale 84
“ Retail....:-..'.....:.. 9
REYNOLDS & BROTHER,
(Oaer Sansom <£• PUiariTs,)
whereby the said Kelsea granted, bargained j T B °‘ >K and aoB pkinters, Athens, oa.
and sold Unto the said Yo&uni, his heirs and Invlte ih V r
assigns, a certain tract or pat cel of land,
situate, lying and'beiug in the town of Ath
ens, in said county, containing one acre, more
or less, and bouuded as follows, to wit: on
the cast by Mrs. P. Thomas, on the south by
John A. Martin, on the west by tlie street,
on the north by Mrs. P. Thomas, and number
one hundred and sixty four (164) in the plat
ofCobbham; said mortgage conditioned to
bo'null and void on the payment by said
Kelsea to said Yoakum, his heirs and asrigus,
the sum of six hundred .dollars—§150 to be
l>aidon the 1st August, 1851— §150 on the
March, 1852—$150 ou the 1st of March,
1853—and $150 oil the 1st March 1854.—
It further appearing that the said Yoakum
afterwards, to wit, on . the 24th December,
1852, assigned and transferred said mortgage
to the siiid Wni. P.'Talmage aud Joliu F.
Pbiuizy, for value-received ; and it also ap
pearing that the last said payment, to wit,
$150 due 1st March, 1854, is now due an<T
unpaid—It is Ordered, that the said William
Kelsea pay it to Couit, ou or before the first
day of the next Term there of, the principal
and interest due on said mortgage or show
cause to the contrary, or rise have the Equi
ty of redemption tb-sue said mortgage pre
mises forever barred and foreclosed. It is
further ordered by the Court, that a copy of
this rule be served by the Sheriff on the said
Kelsea three months before the next Term oT
ibis Court, or that the same be publish id
once a month in the Southern Watchman, n
public gazette, for four mouths before the
next’Term of this Court \
A true extract from the minutes of said
Court. Given under my hand, at Office, this
26th ,day of March 1355.
April, 5. JOHN C. JOHNSON, Clerk.
preparations for PRINTING, in nil its de
- They are prepared for the execution of
Bills, Circulars, Card*, 'Pickets, Pamphlets, dec,
and are Priiiters-of Conn’s Reporn .
Sept. 21, 1854. ly R. A B.
STARTLING, BUT TRUE!
What every Woman should
fy him in assuring his correspondents, clai
mants, aud the public generally, that inte
rests intrusted to his keeping will not be
Pension, Bounty Land, Patent, and Pub
lic Land Laws.
He has pearly ready for gratuitous distri
bution among his business correspondents,
(and those who nmy become such,) a neat
pamphlet containing a synopsis of t e exist
ing Pension’, Bounty Land, Patent and Pub
lic Land Laws, down to the end ot the late
Congress-including the; BOUNTY LAND
ACT ef 8d March, 1855, under which all
who have heretofore received less than ICQ
acres arc now entitled to additional land;
said Act grants also 160 acres to all officers,
non-commissioned officers, chaplains, sol
diers, wagon masters, teamsters aud friendly
Indians of the army, including State troops,
volunteers and militia—and all officers,
seamen, ordinary seamen, marines, clerks,
and landsmen, of the navy, not heretofore
provided for, who have served not less than
fourteen days (unless in battle) at any pe
riod since 1776; nnd to thewidows and mi
nor children of all such persons entitled
This pamphlet contains “ Forms of Appli
cation’’more- full and complete than any
elsewhere to be found; adapted to the wants
of every class of claimants under the Acf,
with copious decisions -and instructions of
the Department, aud practical suggestions,
as to the course to be pursued in suspended
or rejected cases. '
Parties not wishing to avail themselves of
the facilities afforded by thfooffice in secur
ing prompt and personal superintend'nee of
their claims at the Departments, can obtain
copies of the above pamphlet by remitting
thirty cents in postage stamps.
R EADER, arc yon a husband or a fatherf
a wife or a mother? Have you the sin
cere welfare of thoseyou love at heart ? Prove
your sincerity, and lose no time in lcarniu;
what causes interfere with their health an
happiness uot less than your own. It will
avoid to you andyourr, asit has to thousands,
many a day of pain and anxiety, followed
by sleepless uights, incapacitating the mind
tor its ordi ary avocation and exhausting
those means for medical atteudance,inedicines
and udvertised nostrums, which otherwise
would provide for declining years,the infirmi
ties of age and the proper education of vour
How often it happens, that the wife lingers
from year to year in that pitiable condition,
as not even for one day to feel the happy
and exhilarating influence incident to the
enjoyment of heath, arising from iguorance
of the simplest and plamest rules of health
as connected with the marriage state, the
violation of which entails disease, and niise
“ And must this contiuue ? Must this bo
Is there no remedy ?. No relief? No hope ?”
The remedy is by knowing the causes and
avoiding them, and knowing the remedies and
bciiefitting by them:
These are pointed out in
THE MARRIED WOMAN’S
PRIVATE MEDICAL COMPANION,
BY. DR. A. M. MAURICEAU,
PROFESSOR OF DISEASES OF WOMEN.
One Hundredth Edition (500,(K)OJ 18mo., pp. 25!).
(OX FINE PAFiK, EXTRA BIXDIXn, $ 100.]
A standard work of established reputation,
found classed in tlie catalogue; of the great
trade sales in New-York, Philadelphia, and
other cities, and sold by the principal book
sellers in the United States. It was first
published in 1847, since which time
Five Hand red Thousand Copies
have been sold, of which there were upwards
of one lmmtred thousand sent by
mail, attesting tlie high estimation in
which it is held as a reliable popular Medi
cal BOOK FOR EVERY FEMALE
tho author having devoted his exclusive at
tention to the treatment of complaints pecu
liarjto females,m respect to which he isyearly
consulted by thousands, both in person and
Here every, woman can discover, by com
paring her owu symptoms with those de
scribed, the.nature, character, causes of, and
the. proper remedies for, her complaints.
The wife about becoming a mother lias
often need of iustuction and advice.of the
utmost importance to her future health, in
, . . ,, . , - .respect to which'her sensitiveness forbids
business will be conducted .icreafler by the | consulting a medical gentleman, will find
undersigned. _ such instruction and advice, and also explain
NEW GOODS AGAIN-
1 1HE subscriber is opening a full ussort-
. ment of Staple and Fancy Spring and
Summer Goods—among which, are an unus
ually handsome assortment of
Muslins, Berages, Prints, and Other dress
Bonnets, Ribbons, Summer Hats, Shoes
and Boots—all of the latest stylus—good and
fine, to which he invites the attention of his
friemlsand oust liners, to whom lie will sell
at his usual low prices, with short profits
for cash or cash terms. Call soon and
clioose' the best '
Mar. 29. ISAAC M. KENNEY.
fTUIE partnership heretofore existing under
1 ihe firm of TRAMMELL & MORTON,
has been dissolved by mutual consent. The
REUBEN NICKERSON, Ageut
janlS Athens. Steam Co.
N. B. Old copper, brass and iron castings
iVRNOLD, CONSTABLE & CO.,
62 Canal, and 49 $ 51 Howard Streets,
MPORTEltS and Jobbers of French and
British Dry Goods, consisting in part of
French and English Prints,
’• Scotch Ginghams,
“ Printed Jaconets,
“ “ Organdies,
** “ Barege,
“ “ Tissues,
“ real Grenadines,
Plain Bareges and Tissues.
Robes in' Organdy, Barege, Tissues, Heal
Grenadine and Silk.
Silks in cudless variety, from low priced
to the very richest and most elegant manu
1000 pieces of Plaid India Silks of very
high lustre and confined to patterns.
nAWLs-—in Canton Crape, Barege, Cash-
mere and Stella. ; ’ $***„
Mantillas—in Lace, Appticn,- and Silk,
both imported and of our own manufacture.
New,patterns, received by every steamer.
French and Scotch Embroideries, Black
English Crape Veils, Hosiery, Alexander’s
Silk Gloves, Fillet Mitts, Ribbons, and other
A. C. & Co., have one or more buyers con
stantly in the European markets, and their
arrangements are such, that they are fre
quently enabled to place before their custo
mers “ novelties” simultaneously with their
Inducements tri Correspon
Correspondents wbo prepare and forward
cases for management by ‘this Agency will
be dealt with liberally ;• sypplitu with all
necessary blanks gratis, and kepi constant
ly advised of the changes that from-time to
time occur in the execution of She law.
It is within the subscriber’s power to di
rect his correspondents to the locality of ve
ry many persons entitled under the late
Act ; and having obtained several thousand
Land Warrants under former laws, he is-in
possession of data that will materially as
sist in securing additional bounty.
Fees, below the usual rates—and contin
gent upon the admission of Claims.
The highest cash prices given for Land
Warrants, Revolutionary Scrip, aud Illi
nois Land Pateuts. /
Address T. M. KNIGHT.
IfeSsSc' fl Washington City.
March 20. 4t.
simultaneously with their
appearance in Paris and Lyons.
Six months buyer? are invited to examine
Feb. 14, 1855. 3tn
A FEW barrels just received hy
jan25 T. BISHOP^ SON.
AT COST FOR CASH !
O WING to a change in our business, wc of
fer our stock of
Dry Goods, Shoes, Hard-
. ware, Hats, Caps and
IjEjKfr Crockery ware,
and many other desirable goods, at cost, for
cash. Persons wishing bargains will do well to
s there will be a chauge in our busi
ness, we desire all persons indebted to us, ei
ther, by note or open account, to call soon
and settle. . Respectfully yours, •
jan4 W. P. <£ J. C. TURNER.
or prompt payment at ihe end of each quar
ter. D. N JUDSON.
Jan- 18, 1855.
V INEGAR,s. s. almonds,' raisins, sodabis-
cuit and candies, of the best qualities, at
febS - KENNEY’s.
C. G. TRAMMELL.
Under wood : s
hist • at Kcu-
f at Kenney’s.
' Mar. 29
many symptoms which otherwise would oc
casion anxiety or glarm, as all the peculiari
ties incident to her situation are described.
How mauy are suffering from obstructions
or irregularities peculiarto the female system,
which undermine the health', the effects of
which they are ignorant, and for which their
delicacy forbids seeking medical advice ?
( IHOICE Coffees and Sugars, on cash terms
) cheap, at Ieb8 I. M. KENNEY’s
RIO COFFEE AJfD COFFEE^
Of the best quality, always on hand, at
Dec7 I. M. KENNEY’S.
r>/A/-v BUSHELS of fine seed oats, for
OUU Bale by
Feb. 15,1855. T- BISHOP & SON.
S CYTIIE Blades, Grass Scythes, Reaphook*
and Scythe Snathes, for sale by .
April 13 - P. A.SPMMEY & BRO.
HE subscriber continues to carry on tho
Blacksniithingbnsiness.in all its branch
es, at his old stand, near the Town Spring,in
the rear of the Franklin Hous»J3ow—where
good tools, good material; »n« very superior
workmen await the orders of ihe public.
He has in his employment an axe-makor
and horse-shoer, who cannot be excelled.
Work warranted to be done well and ot
A share of public patronage respectfully
solicited. m. e. McWhorter.
Atlieuk. Feb 1 tf
T HE subscriber lias recently opined tl-.e
Sky-Light Haguerrenn Gallery nearly
opposite the Bank, where he is prepared to
take LIKENESSES in all kinds of weather,
and in the most beautiful style of the art.
The public arc invited to call and examino
specimens. J. F. O'KELLI.
AthetiSjFeb l ti
|| DISSOLUTION, ’
J M. BILLUPS’ withdrawal from the fittn
. of Lucus it Billups, renders itWecessary
to settle up all the business of the « d firm;
and this is to request all persons.indebted to
us to come forward and make payment, or
close the accounts by note.
The regular business will be confined by
. YV. Lucus. - LUCL S & BILUPS.
Feb. “22, 1855, - . .
id Commission House,
A'Tnr.Ns, Ga. \JjaP '’
qillE undersigned, having taken the old
1 statu) of fi J. Lampkin, tor file purpose of
doing a general Auction and Commission
business, respectfully solicits the' pntronage
of his frjends, aud the public generally.—
He is now pn pu ed
mevcbatulise on ctm.-ig
closed out with deapotclj,'
advantage our market will affiird. ^
1.1 !:55. T. M. LAMPKIN.