about to raise a loan of ten million sterl-
Napoleon had deferred his departure
for the Crimea until the result of the
Vienna conference was ascertained.
The celebrated Don Carlos died on
the 10th ult.
The Spanish Government is anxious
. to negotiate a loan.
The accounts of the earthquake at
Broussi was exaggerated, there being
'only 300 killed.
The second Chamber consented to the
mobilization of the military contingents
Great distress by loss of life and pro
perty bad resulted^from the overflow of
rivers in Holland.
It is reported that a serious revolu
tionary movement, headed by Mazzini.
'had been discovered in Rome. Both
the French and Austrian troops were
4dd in readiness to suppress it.
A Grand Vocal and Instrumental
Will be given by the celebrated
AT THE TOWN HAU,
¥r‘vday ’Evening, AptVV <£0.
T HE company consists of five talented Mu-
Father, Two Daughters, and Two Sons.
Assisted by the celebrated Comic Singer,
and personator of character,
JJIr. Win Par row.
Who will delight his audience with his in
The Music is of a chaste and purely
moral character—as can ho seen from the
par Cards of Admission, 50 cts. Chil
dren and Servants half price. Doors open
at7, performance to commence at 8 o’clock
For particulars, see Programmes upon
the ciav of the Concert.
Agent for “ Raschc Family.”
April 5, 1855.
PLAIN ANO FANOY
BOOR AND JOB PRINTING.
The French rockets had set fire to
•Sfosstophlihifieswi-al places. The di
grace of Menschikoff'.is confirmed. Rus
sia has again prohibited the navigation
Lower Danube. The allies had
01 Ntohed instructions to Vienna that
desp. tfe .of the Czar had />ot changed
the dea. regarding the ua."*
1 * Alexander,
" the re-organiza
The new Empe.
Russia, had resolved ot.
lion ,uf Poland.
The King of Prussia desires
tions to be temporarily suspend#
consents unreservedly to sign tho
Dec. 23 th.—Lord John Russel is in
terview with the King and Cabinet of
Prussia was unsatisfactory.
There was much discontent at St.
Petersburg. A large body of the nobles
shad addressed a manifesto to Alexander
against arming the serfs.
New Spring & Summer
p. w. LUCAS,
I S now receiving a large and handsome as
sortment of all kinds of goods, suited to
the season, consisting of—
LADIES’ DRESS GOODS,
Silks, Bareges, Tissues, Crapes, Muslins,
Lawns, Cambrics, Ginghams, Calicoes, <tc.
EMBROIDERED AND MILLINE
Collars, Collaretts. Mantillas, Lcces.Eilging.
Dress Trimming, Ribbons, Gloves, Hosiery,
(“Solitary and alone,**)
I S now prepared to execute any and all kind* of Let
ter press PRINTING, eiUicr plain nr in rotors, at
his large and extensive Book and Jub Printing Estab
lishment, Bmad Street, Athens, Ga.
No establishment in the State possesses superior fa
cilities for executing Printing of the kinds usually in
demand in this country—such as
Books. Pamphlets, Newspapers, Magazines, Cir
culars, Cards, Tickets, Labels, Checks,Notes,
Posters, Bill-Heads, Catalogues, Hand-
Bills, Way, Stage and Horse Bills,
Blanks of every description,
And indeed almost every thing likely to be called for.
He will indulge in no extravagant promisee, but
content himselfwith the remark, that hereafter as here
toiore, he will endeavor to execute all work entrusted
to him in a superior style ■ -punctually—correctly—ex
peditiously, and at modcszte rues-.
Grateful to his friends and the public for past favors,
he again solicits their orders, and trusts that he may be
favored with a liberal share of public patronage.
Athens, January 18,1655 tf
py The Press.—Much has been said .2
the public prints regarding the virtues of
Bogle,s Hyperion Fluid, and Bogle’s Amole,
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 are now pro
nounced the only articles really worthy of
a place at the toilet'
Fqr sale at the Drug Stores of Smith A
Hill and C. W.4RR.J. Long;
SYNOPSIS OF MAY SALES.
7o be sold by Sheriff— One tract of laud,
•whe-eon Charles Lavender now resides, con-
itaining-oae hundred and forty acres, more
•or l«6e, on the waters of the Oconee river,
,adjoining Francis Holiday and others. All
levied on as the property of Charles Laven-
Also, two hundred and seventy-three
-acres of land, more or less, on the waters of
the North prong of the Oconee river, adjoin
ing Bulloch’s and others. Levied upon as
the property of John F. Adair.
Also, eighteen ncrcs of land, more or Jess,
adjoining Joshua Wood and others, and one
•et of blacksmith tools. All levied upon by
virtue of a mortgage fi fa issued from Jackson
Superior Court, in favor of George Merk vs.
Lewis H. Jones, A J. Merk, and sundry otb-
<er fi. fas. fas. vs. Jones <5: Merk.
A certain tract, or parcel of land, of the
following description to wit: Sity-two and
one half acres of land, more or less, it being
part of lot, No. twenty-eight, iu the first
district of said county* Also one certain
other tract or parcel of land, and lying in
Abe first district of Walton county, contain
ing sixty-two and oue half acres, more or
’less, it being the North-West corner of lot,
No. twenty-eight, all levied epon to satisfy
.amortgoge fi fa, issued from Walton Supe
rior cout, in favor of Henry II. Richardson
tvs. Albon W. Weaver.
Also, a certain tract or lot of laud sittated
•and being in, or uear the village of Social
■circle, in said county, containing four Ictu
.acres, three rods and thirteen poles, levied
.qpon as the property of Hansel J. Williams.
.Also, two buggys and harness, levied upon
tbs the property of Rufus J. Hughs.
Also, a negro man by the name of Paris,
About 85 year of age, levied upon to satisfy,
sundry fi fas issued Irom Walton Superior
court, in favor of Peter G. Marlow, and others,
vs. Albou W. Weaver, principle, and Rufus
J. Hughes, and Hardy Treadwell, securities-
jvtsou, r.r.e SGrrc! Stallion Horse, Balie Pey-
fton, one black mule, two and a half years
.■old, two rockawny-e, eleven notes of band on
James L. Kilgore and H. T. George, amount
ing to $306,&3cts, due the 25th oi December
next. Also, four notes on Reuben Gower
amounting to §92,74 cts., due 25th Decern.-
'ber 1855. Also, three other notes on Hiram,
and Nivcissa Stephens, for $61,53 cts., duer
(the 25th December next. All levied upon as:
itbe the property of Jonathan Still, •/ Sheriff
•at said county.)
AdM^-cne buggy and harness, two mules,
tintt-wo-liarse waggon, one ox-cart, one yoke
of oxen, one ox'waggon, four cows and calves,
six head ofdr.y «eatt!e, and 18 head of stock
iOgs. AU levied upon as the property of
liqluuul P. Bear din,
‘Ont> hundred acres of land, more or less, in
•aid county, adjoining lands of John Collins
,and others, whereon Allen Porterfield now
.lives. Levied on as the property of the said
-lies and Gentlemen, Linen Cambric
L*t rchiefs, Silk Handkerchiefs, Ging-
H “JioJ TRN1NG GOODS.
ins. Bombazine, Chalfeys,
Mourning Sat, "■•ipghams, Muslins, C.ali-
Crapes- Bareges, b
coes, &c.»&c, ; L umings.
All kinds mourning ti y es ? in(?S) an d all
Cloths, Cassimeres and * £ lcn > s
of Summer Good?, *
^rAT^’ CAPS » boots, s ;*°-
■ ' ’Summer lints for Boy’s, nn( i
All kin»’ s a nd Childrens Shoes
All kinds Lau y
Gaiters; -tens, Linen Sheetings, ant
Table aud Bet’ Li. Damask Table Cloths,
Pillow Case Liu'.*® 8 * H Dowlas, &c.
Damask Towels, CUTLERY OF
HARDWARE AJVL - ds
ALL RJN- i e; Mill Irons,
Smith’s Tools; Tanner’s Too. 'lting Cloths.
Smut Machines, Mill Saws; Bi
GROCERIES. - Fuse;
Blasting powder, Rifle powder, Saftj Floor
Carpettings, Mattings, Rugs, Matts, the
Cloths, &c.; all of which he offers at
lowest market prices, either for cash or a
proved credit. [Athens. April i3.
V. B. PAMER’S
AMERICAN NEWSPAPER AGENCY,
Newspapers, Magazines, Periodicals, 4 c.
T HE Subscriber, Agent for most of the
Newspapers and Periodicals of America,
especially deputed to receive subscriptions
and advertisements, and authorized by the
proprietors to give receipts,
Hereby gives Public Notice, that current ]
notes of specie paying Banks may be remitted
to him by mail from all parts of the United
States, in payment of Subscriptions for any
Magazine, Newspaper, or Periodical for
which he is the Agent, whether Daily, Semi-
weekly, Tri-weekly, Weekly, Monthly, or
Quarterly, of all sections ofthe Union ; which
will be forwarded by mail or otherwise, as
directed, for the period designated, or to the
full amount remitted.
Subscribers should write plainly the Name,
Post Office, County or Parish, and State, to
which subscriptions shall be sent.
Rend’ 11 " Rooms, Libraries, Lyceums, Clubs,
Hotels, and Public Initiations generally, as
well as individuals, will be supplied with
any number of Newspapers and Periodicals,
at the Publishers’ Prices.
Information in regard to Newspapers,
Magazines, aud all other Publications, to
gether with their Prices, will be cheerfully
communicated, aud all orders promptly snp-
Advertisements will be inserted in any
one paper, or, ( from a sing le copy,) in any
number -of papers desiguuU’d, to the full
amount of any section or distri> «t in the Union,
at the Publishers’ lowest rate s. aud reliable
explanations will be given of p laces, charac
ter, circulation, and prices, aw d tbir adap
tion to various business pursuit as adver
The following list embraces a few popu
lar city Papers and Periodicals, w.’th Prices
annexed; for which, together with- the pro
minent Political and Commercial P apers.of
the day, the subscriber will receive su bscrip
JFLant's Vermifuge.—The effects of this
truly extraordinary medicine are moat satis-
f ctory in all cases in which it has been tried
No other medicine has ever produced such
effects so instatanenusly. It has only to be
administered, and relief follows as a matter
of course. It has been used in the practice
ofthe best physicians of our country, and
by them been pronounced equal, 4f not su
perior to any mediciue ever offered for the ex
pulsion of worms. Read the following:—
George Maxwell, Augusta,0. has used it with
great effect in his family, and has sold large
quantities, which have giveu the highest
J. H. Cutter, merchant, Louisville, gave a
dose to his child, who discharged a quart of
worms. He had tried other Vermifuge iu
D. J.«fc J.W. Cotton,Winchester, Ind. happen
ed to get a lot from an agent which was soon
sold out, aud proving highly efficacious, be
came very popular, and sold more rapidly
than any other Vermifuge.
Sold in Athens -,y Drs. Smith a Hill.
The attention c: our l eaders is called to
Professor Holloway's Advertisement in an
other part of our co'.umns. The world wide
renown of his Pills and Ointment are too
-jvell known to require much comment from
us; but they arc, without doubt, the mest
efficacious remedies for many complaints.
Many of our readers have derive ! immense
benefit from using the Pills in cases of bile
aud general derangement of the stomah and
bowels and jio cutaneous disease can resist
uvativopowers ofthe Ointment—the oflcct
c the human frame is astonishing.
on g ^ ’d in Athene by C, W. «t H. R. J. Long
-iNsuMPTioN is, without doubt, the most
rit <• tal of all diseases, (except epidem
fearfully ta carr yiug thousands to untimely
ics) annually ^f ten col ,i<l the ravages of this
S ra , ve j'- H°w ■ , prevented if timely remc-
arch destroyer bv i| a yj n o- the inflammation
dies were used in a ,£ ° cold . For Coughs
produced by an ordu ^ other 8imilar dis .
Colds, Sore Throats an. n^erry Expectorant
leases, Stabler s Anodyne reC ommended as
' a ® £ ,s , D0t nd others, who
l 'allible, but medical men a. . . tes< .j
inj used and administered it ’ , cac
have toils extraordinary eU 0 d as such
mony a be a “good medicine, a u .
known t, to tbe public; as also ‘‘j owel«
is offered ‘ardial, for diseases ofthe . ’ _ *
Diarrhoea C. s pamphlets, to be had ^" fi .
See descriptiv. b r j ce f or each, only 50 ce. n *
of the agents. - '2 50.
or six bottles for >. \ .Proprietors, wholesale
E. H.Stnblcr & C,
Druggists, Baltimore. R. J. Long, Athens,
For sale by C. W. <fc B. ’ly.
and by druggists genera*
ATHENS PRICES CURRENT.
couxenn weekly, by pitnxr and England
ATHENE April 11.
Bagging (Gunny) yd 18 to 20
Buie Rope, per lb.... 14 l-l
Manilla Kope•* “ ....... 25 23
•lagging Twine. .— 25 80
Bacon Sides lli 12i
“ Hams 12 12}
“ Shoulders 10 ll
Lard.... 12 14
Butter ...... 12 15
Tallow 10 12
Tallow Candles. ..... 18 20
Sperm do — 45 50
Star ' do..........—..... 30 35
Coffee Rio .................... 14 15
Coffee Java. 15 16
Tea 100 125
Rice 8 8
Sugar,Brown 8 12i
“ Clarified 10 10J
“ Crashed ... 12i 12$
*• Loaf 12i 14
Molasses,per gal... 35 37
N. O. Syrup ....... 45 50
Salt, per Bushel.... 86 90
Salt, Liverpool Sack 200 225
Steel,Cast ..... 21 26
“ German 15 16
“ Blister 10 12
“ Spring... 10 12
Iron, common size .... ....... 6 6
“ 7inch wide 7 8
•• Band 7 8
“ Nail rod. 8 10
Sheet 8 9
Castings 5 6
Nails, per Keg «... 6 7
Powder,Rifle....... —vr.-. 65 70
Blasting * 550 CO
Lead --....... 10 12}
Shot, per Bag 25u 275
Cotton per Bale .— . 5$ 3}
A CCOUNTS for the last quarter are now
due, and payment thereof required.
D, N. JUDSON.
A Cottage Residence*
C ONTAINING eight good rooms, with
closets, pantry, and dairy, &c. A good
kitchen, smoke-house, servants rooms,stable,
carriage-honse and other ont buildings.
The lot contains two acres, is wdl im
proved, has on it a never-failing well, of as
good cool water as can be had in Clarke coun-
tv, and a number of eboiee fruit trees.
Situated in Cobham, town of Athens.
Apply to C. a OLIVER.
Athens April 5,1855, 8m
A CCOUNTS for the last quarter are now
due, and payment thereof required. My
terms are cash, or three mouths.
Ap5 WM. N. WHITE.
M AURY’S Physical Geography ofthe 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 or Gerald Massey,
D’Abrontes Memoirs of Napoleon.
Apl5 WM. N. WHITE.
AND CLOTHING MADE TO ORDER! :
VN -N- V.
Can be found the largest nssortmi ut of
MEN’S, YOUTH’S & BOY’S CLOTHING
Ever offered ia this market. Also, FDRNISIHNf* GOODS:
Tvunks, Yalises, Carpet-Bagsmbreltasy.
Of all styles and qualities. It is useless to enumerate aU the articles we have on hand,,’
but would cordially welcon e all to fjej-come and examine for themselves,
Athens, April 13,1854. R. L. BLOOMFIELD'S.
Flour per bbl 105012oU
Wheat per Bushel 126 150
Corn “ 11 .............. 90 l00
Meal “ ;90 100
Oats “ “ —— 60 60
Rye “ “ .............. 75 100
Indigo,Spanish —...... 125 150
Madder lb — 16 25
Copperas. — 4 5
Blue Stone ...... —- 18 20
Oil, Linseed 137 150
*- Lamp, Winter 150 175
» « Fall 100 125
** Train 90 100
White Lead, Keg 25 lb 225 250
Glass, Box 8 by 10 275 300
Mackerel. No. 3 bbl 1200 1400
4 bbls No. 2 1100 1200
“ i bbls No. 2 400 450
Beeswax .... —
Tobacco — . •
Yarn per bale, 4C bunches
Osnaburgs, per Bale
Shirt ng 5, per bale
STARTLING, BUT TRUE!
What everyWoman should
R EADER, are you a kusbaud or a father?
a wife or a mother? Have you the sin
cere welfare of thoseyou love at heart ? Prove
your sincerity, and lose uo time in learning
what causes interfere with their health and
happiness not less than your own. It will
avoid to you and your;, as it has to thousands,
many a day of pain and anxiety, followed
by sleepless nights, incapacitating tbe mind
for its ordiiary avocation and exhaustiug
those means for medical attendance,medicines
and advertised nostrums, which otherwise
would provide lor declining years,the infirmi
ties of age and tbe proper education of your
How often it happens, that tbe wife lingers
•rom year to year in that pitiable condition,
asmot even for one day to fofi -the happy
and exhilarating influence iucident to the
enjoyment of heath, arising from ignorance
of the simplest and plainest rules of health
&9 connected with the marriage state, the
violation of :vbicb entails disease, and mise-
REYNOLDS & BRl.'Ti
(Over Sansom <k Pit tare r ®>) *, ga.
BOOK AND JOB PRINTERS, ATB.® 11 their
Invite the attention of the public ?.° de
preparations for PRINTING, in all Rs
They are prepared for the execution’ 1 01 .
Bills, Circulars, Cards, Tickets, Pamphlets,«. - c >
and are Printers of Cobb’s Refors. \ !
Sept 21,1854. ly R. & B.
NEW GOODS AGAIN-
1 1HE subscriber is opening a full nssort-
. 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 tbe latest styles—good and
fine, to which lie invites the attention of bis
friends and cust imers, to whom he will sell
at his usual low prices, with short profits
for cash or cash terms. Call soon and
choose the best.
Mar. 29. ISAAC M. KENNEY.
Sat. Am. Courier
Sat Evg. ''ost
To Bridge Builders.
o BALED proposals will be received by the
O Inferior Couit of Clarke county until
Thursday, l«tk May next, for building the
wood work of a lattice Bridge over the
Oconee river between the town of Athens
and the Rail Road Depot
The entire length of the Bndge will be u00
feet Builders will designate iu their pro
posals the difference between the cost of
constructiug two spans.of 150 feet each, and
three spans of 100 feet each- The Bridge
to be covered with good heart shingles,
aud weather-boarded vertically v?\t>\i
plauk 8 inches wide and one inch thick,
opening two inches, and tbe spaces to be
a •« 1_ I . aa 4 ti- Ilia Ann AI1P
Tucket I’* Mo. Journal 4 00
Arthu’s Home Mag. 2 00
Fitzg. City Iiem 2 00
Episcopal Recorder 2 50
CnrisLiin Chronicle 2 00
Christain Observer 2 50
Godov’s Ladies’ Book 3 00
Graham’s Magazine 3 00
Home Journal 2 00
Shipingfc Com.' 1st 6 00
Dicken’a H. Words 3 00
Scientific American 2 00
Dye’s Bank Miror 2 Oo
Spirit ofthe Times 5 00
Knickerbocker Mag. 3 00
Albion » 00
Note Reporter,. 00
Ctmr. des Rials ' ms 3 00
Harpers’ Magazine 3 00
Patnam’s Magazine 3 00
Hunt’s Mer. Magazine 3 00
American Organ, (Washington
Nzw Yovz, „
Evangelist 87 9?
Christain Adv-tJonr. 1 50
Freeman’s Jou mal
National Magaa ine
Ladies' Nations.’ da.
Water Cura Journal
Plouih. Loom Sc. Anv.
A me lean Union
Flag of our Union
Liteli’s Living Age
New Eng. Farmer
North American Rev. 5 40
Review 3 SO
Dwight’s J. of Music 9 «)
, 3 '
A LL persons are hereby notified not to
bay or trade for a promissory uote, dated
on or about the 20th March last past, paya
ble twelves months after date to Dr. W. S.
Walton, or bearer, for the amount of twenty-
five hundred dollars, signed by Milton Sayre,
and Sarah Winstead, the cnnsidsrnticn hav
ing failed, the payment will be resisted.
Atbens, April 12, 1855.4t
T WO months after date, application will be
made to the honorable Court of Ordinary
of Walton county, for leave to sell the lands
belonging to the estate of Elisha Casey.de
April 12. H. H. CAMP Adm’r.
D. C.,) daily, 85 OO
.. .. . “ weekly, 2 Of 1
Galiguani’s Messenger, Paris, France, 6 £. or 30 OU
In addition to the above, the subscriber U
prepared to furnish all the principal Dailj-
and Weekly Papers, of both City aud Coun-
Chance to Make Money
Profitable and Honorable Emplyment 1
'lHE Subscriber is desirous of having an
agent in each county and town of the Un-
10,1. A capital of from 5 to $10 only will be
re< juired and auything like an efficient, ener-
*et ic man can make front three to five dol
lars per day ;—indeed some of the Agents
now employed are realizing twice that sum.
Every information will be given by address-
paid) WM. A.KINSLER,
* 1228, Phila., Pa„ Post Office.
covered with battens 4 inches wide and one 1 tr ,. ( 0 f all the States of the Union, Magazines,
inch thick. The timbers under the floor to Reviews, and Periodicals, together with aU
be of heart pine, and the other materials of I thc Publications and Standard M orks
good quality. The whole to be completed of the day, at the Publisher s lowest Prices
~ Having Offices in each of the cities
of Philadelphia, New-York.andBoston, with
competent Assistants, he possesses every
reasonable facility for carrying out, prompt
ly and satisfactorily, the Orders of all wh^
mav command bis services. Address,
* V. B. PALMER.
American Newspaper Agent,
P uh,apex.fi!IA, Boston or New-York.
April 12. 1855.
good quality. - .
by the 1st day of November, next. Proposals
.way be directed to either ofthe uudersignei..:
WILLIAM DICKEN, J. L C.
K. u. NEWTON J. I. C.
Y. L. G. HARRIS J. L C.
W. J\ HUTCHINSON, Jr. J. I. C.
iu ' S. 1WU1IAM, J. I. C.
.April. I* U855.
r* _ . 0/new crop Rio Coffee, tor sure,
50 l«v * by T. Bishop tf Sou.
March . «. *
/-\ in., 1 rime uew Molasses, for sale
50*!»,. *.y .r, * s-n
1 FRESH find
|Y on liand at
*00(1 article of Rice always
P. A. Sl’MMEY & BRO '
O LD GOYT. JAVA COFFEE, very fine—
afresh supply .just received by T. Bishop
4 Son. March 22.
LIST of Letters remaining in the Post-
A Office at Watkinsville,Ga., April 1,1855,
Buehell H G Pope R G
Bush ell J J Poole T W
Burnett Mary Pattile John Rev
Bradbury William! Stewart Alfrid
Cox Jacob N Stewart Thos M
Culberson William A 2 TbrasherMary B
Doster Mathew B
Hinesly W M
Low John H Col
Macon Thos G
* “ And must this coutinue ? Must this be ?
I .. are no remedy ? No relief t No hope ?”
The remed y 13 by knowing the causes and
avoiding' ^bem, aodkaowing the remedies and
benefittinj b Y ..
These ar.’ ?° ,nted out ,fl
THE i?l ' RRIED WOMAN’S
PRIVATE k’SDICAL COMPANION,
SYDB.A- M- MAURKEAli,
fcofessob or m-mua or wome.v.
One Hundredth Edition (-' 00 ' 000 J 18mo -. PP-250.
[OX,.« B.NDIJIO, $.100.)
V standard work ofextaj’^slied reputation
- 4 classed in the cat*Jo K ’>; of S rea j
foun i a New-Vork, Ph. ladelphm, aud
U ade . and sold by the pr.’B'-'Jpal bimk-
oth er ci. United States. It yaa “ rs f
selle. '* * n > 1847, since which time
DubliPL' ed 11 wired Wieowa4ft>p.'e4
1 Fiv. ’ Hn ' «i which there were up wa.'us
have beet. 1 8olu - lUo»»«»nd S>e»t b, v
of oneht^ n *b the high estimation in
mail, attv ' st,n S reliable popular M.«di-
which it is heJ d « » 'VERY FEMALE
cal BOOK F OK. l Jbis exclusive at- ;
the author having* dev ° l ftfomplaiuts pecu*:
teution to the treat’ nent 0 - 4«wh he ; is yearly
liarjto females,in respv’ 011 ® '' % p.Orsou aud
consulted bv thousands. l,0,n
by letter. * discow V*/ C °m-
Hcre every woman can W ,fle-
paringher own symptoms <*nd
scribed, the nature, character, ca “ses • .
the proper remedies for, her com, S»s
The wife about becoming a m-. ot “er. ,
often need of instuction and adviCv ofth,
utmost importance to her future healv »
respect to which her seusitiveness forWds
consulting a medical gentleman will find °° u
such instruction aud advice, and also explain
many symptoms which otherwise would oc-
casionanxiety or alarm, wall the peculiari
ties incident to her situation are described.
How many are suftering from obstructions
which they are ignorant, and for which their
delicacy forbids seeking medical advice !—
Many suffer from prolapsus uten ( falling of
the womb), or from Juor albusj weakness,
debility, &s.) Many are m constant agony
for many mouths preceding confioement-
Many havedifficult, if not dangerous delive
ries, and slow and uncertain recoveries.—
Some whose lives are hazarded during such
time, will each find in.its pages the tneaixs of
prevention, amelioration and relief.
It is of course impracticable to .
fully the various subjects treated of, as they
are of a nature strictly intended for the mar
ried o.* those contemplating marriage. _
In consequence of the universal populari
ty of the work, as evidenced by Ha extraor
dinary sale, various impositions have been
attempted, rb well on booksellers as on the
public, by imitations of the title page, spuri
ous editions, and surreptitious infringements
of copyright, and other devices and decep
tions, it has been found necessary, therefore,
10 CAUTION THE PUBLIC
to buy no book unless the words^ Dr. A. M.
STATE OF GEORGIA,)
CLARKE COUNTY. )
Superior Court. February Term, 1855.
T O the Superior Court of said county. Tbe
petition of Wm. P. Talmage and John F.
Phinizy respectfully shows, that heretofore,
to wit, on tbe eleventh day of March, in tbe
year 1851, William Kelsea, of said county,
made his certain deed of mortgage, bearing
date the day and year aforesaid, his own
proper hand and seal thereto annexed, to
one Washington C. Yoakum, said mortgage
deed has been recorded in the Clerk’s Office
of said Court on the 18th day of August, 1851,
in Book P. folios 134 and 135, and which
mortgage is here to the Court shown, where
by tbe said Kelsea granted, bargained A sold
unto the said Yoakum, his heirs and assigns, a
certain tract or parcel of land situate, lying
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
uorth by Mrs. P. Thomas, and number one
hundred and sixty-four in the plat of Cobb-
ham—to hare and tohold to the said Yoakum,
bis heirs and 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
11th March, 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 assigned 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, the sum of $150, due 1st March
lS54,is now due, owing and unpaid—where
fore, your petitioners pray that such proceed
ings may be bad iu the premises as are it
accordance with the statute in such cases
made and provided, and will ever pray, Ac
HARDEMAN A LANDRUM,
WILLIAM P. TaLMAGE )
and JOHN F. PHINIZY, j
Assignees, Ac. j-Mortgage,Ac
WILLIAM KELSEA. J
It appearing to the Court from the peti
tion of Wm. P. Talmage and John F. Phinizy,
that on the lltbday of March, 1851, William
Kelsea of Clarke county, made his certain
deed of mortgage, bearing date the day and
year aforesaid, his own proper hand and seal
being thereto annexed, to one Washingtoi
C. Yoakum, which said mortgage wa9 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 184 and 135,
whereby the said Kelsea granted, bargained
and soldunto the said Yoakum, his heirs and
assigns, a certain tract or pai cel of land,
situate, lying and being in the town of Ath
ens, 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,
on the north by Mrs. P. Thomas, and number
one hundred and sixty four (164) in the plat
of Cobbham; said mortgage conditioned to
be null and void on the paymeut by said
Kelsea to said Yoakum, his heirs aud assigns,
the sum of six hundred dollars—$150 to be
paid on the 1st August, 1851—$150 on the
March, 1852—$150 on the 1st of March,
1853—and $150 on the 1st March 1854.—
It further appearing that the said Yoakum
afterwards, to wit, 011 the 24th December,
1852, assigned and transferred said mortgage
to the said Wiu. P. Talmage aud Johu F.
Phinizy, for value received ; and it also ap
pearing that the last said payment, to wit,
§150 due 1st March, 1854, is now due and
unpaid—It is Ordered, that the said William
Kelsea pay into Couit, on or before the first
aay of thenextTerm there of, the principal
anj interest due ou said mortgage or show
eyjisb to the contrary, or else have the Equi
ty .«/ redemption to tho 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 of
this (Court, or that the same be published
-oace a mopth in the Southern Watchman, a
public gazette, for four months before the
•ext Term of this £ourt
A itw extract Srsfjl the minutes of said
tfc, Given under my hati.d, at Ofhce, this
, 4*y of March 1855.
2Gth * ' & JOHN C. JOHNSON Clerk.
To Officers, Soldiers, Seamen,
&c., of all Wars; their Wid
ows and Minor Children.
S. M. KNIGHT, Attorney for Govern
ment Claimants, Washington, D. C.,
C ONTINUES to give prompt aad 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 ind
Bureaus, Patent and General Land Offices,
and Board of Claims.
An experience of years, and a familiarity
with the means of obtaining t >e earliest and
most favorable action on Claims, with his
facilities for the dispatch of business, justi
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 Pm*
lic Land Laws.
IRON J. ND BRASS
AND MACHINE WOftKS
I RON and Brass Castings of evesv variety
Improved Iron Fnimes, Cisfular Saw-
Mills—warranted equal to- the best. Steam-
Engines, Forcing-Pumna, GoM-Mhueg Mills,
Gin, and all other kinds of gearing. Mill-
Irons and all kinds of Machtuery made to. ’
Iron Fencing of selcr* patterns, Plough
and. Wagou Castings and Dog-1 rous. Every
variety of Repairing and wrought-iron work
Our general assor’.mcnt of patterns ar<S tbej
accumulation of years. A list will hk'sefi* 1
those addressing (post paid.)
REUBEN NICKERSON, Agent
jan 18 Athens Steam Co.
N. B. Old copper,' brass and iron castings
He has neavly ready for gratuitous distri
bution among his business correspondents,
(and those who may 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 of 8d March, 1855, under which all
who have heretofore received less than IG0
acres are now entitled to additional land ;
said Act grants also 160 acres to all officers,
non-commissioned officers, chaplains, sol
diers, wagon masters, teamsters and friendly
Indians ofthe army, including State troops
volunteers aud militia—and all officers
seamen, ordinary seameu, 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; and to the widows and mi
nor children of all such persons entitled
This pamphlet contaius “ Forma-of Appli
cation” moro full and complete than any
elsewhere to be found; adapted to the wants
of every class of claimants under tho Act,
with copious decisions aud instructions of
the Department, and practical suggestions,
ns to the course to-be pursued in suspended
or rejected casest
Parties not wishing to avail themselves of
the facilities afforded by this office in secur
ing prompt and personal superintend nee of
their claims at the Departments, can obtain
copies ofthe above pamphlet by remitting
thirty cents in postage stamps.
Inducements to Correspon
Correspondents who prepare and forward
cases for management by this Agency will
be dealt with liberally; supplied with all
necessary blanks gratis, ana kept constant
ly advised of the changes that irom time to
time occur in the execution of the 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
1 Land Warrauts under former laws, he is in
possession of data that will materially 1 as
sist in securing additional bounty.
Fees, below the usual rates—and contin
gent upuu the admission of Claims.
The highest cash prices gived for Land
Warrants, Revolutionary Scrip, and Illi
nois Land Patents.
Address T. M. KNIGHT,
. Washington City.
March 29. 4t.
AT COST POR CASH!
O WING to a change in our business, we of
fer our stock of
Dry Goods, Shoes, Hard
ware, Hats, Caps and
and many other desirable goods, at cost, for
cash. Persons wishing bargains will do well to
t^-As there will be a change in our busi
ness, we desire all persons indebted' to us, ei
ther by note or open account, to call soou
and settle. Respectfully yours,
jaai W. P. & J. C.TURNER.
NEW GOODS. ~
I ll A VE just received a large stock of choice
Family Groceries, and a general assort
ment of Crockery, which I will sell for cash
or prompt payment at the end of each quar
ter. D. N. JUDSON.
Jan. 18, 1855.
ARNOLD, CONSTABLE. & CO^
62 Canal, and 49 «$• 61 Ho*as4 Streets,
sswroav 1 ;
I MPORTERS and Jobbers of French' and
British Dry Goods, consisting iit part of'
French and English Prints,'
“ “ ‘‘Scotch Ginghams,
“ Printed Jdconets,
“ “ Organdies,'
*• “ Barege,
“ 14 Tissues,'
“ 4 * real Grenadines,
Plain Bareges and Tissues.
Robes in Organdy, Barege, Tisstwsy Jt»*T
Grenadine and Sillc,.
Silks in. endless variety,foam low priced
to the very riohest anil most elegant manu
factured. ,. .
, . Also,
100O pieces of Pluid ludiq . Silks of Yery
high lustre and confined to patterns'
Shawls—in Canton Crn]>e, Bnrcgc, Cash-
mere and Stella.
Mantillas—in Lnee, Apptica, and Silk,
both imported and of our owq manufacture.'
New patterns received by every stesmar-
French and 3 Scot oh Embroideries, Blndt
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 market*, and their |
arrangements are such, tbnt they are lYo- ’
quently enabled to place before their curio*- ,
mers “ novelties’’ simultaneously with'their‘‘
appearance in Paris and Lyons.
Six months buyers are invited to examine
Feb. 14, 1855. 3m
A FEW borrels just received by - ,
jan25 T. BISHOP A SON.
On A BUSHELS of fine soed^ats, for
uUU sale by ,
Ffeh. 15,1855. T. BISHOP*
S CYTHE Blades, Grass Scythes, Reaphookk
and Scythe Snathes, for sale by
April 13 P. A. SUMMEY A BRO. _
T HE subscriber continues to carry on tho
Black8mithingbusines8,in all its br«nch-.[
cs, at his old stand, near the Town Spring,in
the rear of the Franklin House Row—where
good tools, gooJ material, and very superior
workmen await the orders of the public.
He has in his employment an oxe-maker
and horse-sboer, who cannot be excelled.
Work warranted to be done well and at
A share of public patronage respectfully
solicited. M. E. McWIlORTER. ,
Athens, Feb 1
T HE subscriber hne resentijy opened the '
Sky-Light Dagucrrean Gallery nearly
opposite the Bunk, wlu-re he is prepared.to '
take LIKENESSES in all kinds of we«1h«,' *
and iu the most beautiful style of the art.'
The public arc invited to call and examine
specimens. J. F. 0 ! KELLY.
Athens, Feb 1 ; tf
rvnn fil>. —Clark e County.
/n, ’Wy of said county,
nrmriufrre AS darnca Wozencraft, Exe-
,,f ,’h„ ’ personal Estate of Thos.
JV cutor Of the ^ coUQ deceased
Wozencraft late of disc(iar £ e from said ’
petitions the^Conrt fora flll £ er80ua cou _
Executorship. Therefore, i\
cerued are hereby required * cause
(if any they have) why said J- ,
not, at the regular term of saiu Court to be
held on, the first Monday “ Nev “ eXt ’
be discharged form said l.xecut P-_
By order of said Court), at a reg
thereof held this the 2d day of April, 1856
April 5, ASA M. JACKSON, Ordinary^
Turnell Geo D
Thrasher Benj F
Tomlin R J
Turnell Elisa A
Walden 0 R
Whitehead R A
TAOMAS SIMONTON, P, M
T HE partnership heretofore existing nnde»
!?iefirm of TRAMMELL & MORTON,
has been dissolved by mutual consent. The
business will be conducted hereafter by the
P ICKLES. Underwood's
Mauriceau, 120 Liberty Street, N Y.” is on
(and the entry in the Clerk’s Office on the
back of) the title page; and buy only of
respectable and honorable dealers, or send
by kail, and address to Dr. A. M. Mauncimu.
m~ar- Upon receipt of One Dollar, THE
u!ErME P D WOMAN'S PRIVATE MEDI-
CAL COMPANION” w sent (mailed free) to
any part ot the United States, the Canadas
and British Provinces. AU letters must be
post-paid, and addressed to Dr. A-M. MAU
RICEAU, box 1224, New Y ork City. Pub-
lithing Office, No. 129 Ltberty Street, New
March 15, 185-5
V INEGAR, s. 8. almonds, raisins, soda bis
cuit and candies, of the best qualities, at
C HOICE Coffees aud Sugars, on cash terms,
cheap, at feb8 L M. KENNEY’s
RIO COFFEE AND COFFEE
Of the bsst quality, always on hand, at
Hec7 ' I. M. KENNEY’S.
BUCKETS AND PAILS.
W HITE u nd red cedar, oak, and a variety
of Daintb. d buckets and pails, for sale
K V P. A. 817MM1
C RANBERRIES aud White Onions, just
jan25 T. BISH'OP &S0N.
A choice article “Holt’s best, at
Dec7 L M. KENNEY'S.
J M. BILLUPS' withdrawal from the firm
. of Luc us it Billups, renders it necessary'"
to settle up all the business of ihe o.d firm;'
aDd this is to request all persons indebted to’
us to come forward aud make payment, or-'
close the accounts by note.
The regular business will be contined by
F. W. Lucas. LUCUS & BILUPS.
Feb. 22, 1855.
Auction and Commission House,
T HE undersigned, having taken tbe o!d :
stand ofL. J. Lampkiu, for the purpose of
doing a general Auction and Commission'
business, respectfully solicits the patronage
of his friends, and the public generally.—
He is now prepared to receive produce or
merchandise ou consignment, winch will be
closed out with despatch, and to the best
advantage our mnrket will afford.
March 1.1855. T. M. LAMPKIN.
W. G. DELON Y,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
W ILL give his special attention to collect
ing, and to the claims of all persons en
titled to Land Warrants, under the late
Bounty Land Bill of the last Congress;
fy Office on Broad Street over the stsro
of I. M. Kenney.
C. G. TRAMMELL.
best at Ken-
G INGER Preserves—real 44 chow chow
at Kenney’s. Mar. 29
X S upon us in all its glory, and summer is
is fast advancing. With these seasons also
c an , e diseases peculiar to them, in the form of
Eruptiol na > Pitnplas, Blotches, -aud worst of
all. Ring- >Y orm - The best remedy for such,
and certainly the most agreeable, is “Mar
shall’s Ring-worn: and Tetter Lotion.” It will
.cert tinly cure, and quickly—it does not stain
the skin, aud ia an agiPeable perfume. For
sale by the Druggists generally, and by
Dealers in pure Family Medicines,
JunelS Broad street, Auguste, Ga.
/■'lIGARS and Smoking Tobacco, cheap, at
1 ’ — March 29.
L AND Warrants.—Claims made out under
the new law. and Warrants bought at the
best prices, by Isaac M. Kenney.
A LL persons indebted to me by note or
account, are respectfully requested to
call and settle without delay.
Jan. 18,1855. P- N. Jl'BSOB.
M. MORTON & SON hi.vo removed
Stock of Goods to No. J2. Utely
occupied by Mr. L. J. Lumpkin, Franklin
H °AlTpwrans owte’8 ua will pleas, call and
A new comforta*.. 1 " dwelling, with 8
rooms and out houses, late.'/ occupii d by
Mr. Sledge, opposite the Metlv? d i*t Church,
to rent by Wm. M. Mortou.
March 15—1855 3t.
TiRESERVES—Ginger and Chow-chow
X Preserves, and all sorts of PICKLES/or
sale by P. A SUMMEY & BRO.
E XTRA Fine French Calf Skins, just re
ceived and for sale, low, by T. Bishop &
Son. March 22
F RESH Salmon in lb. cans, cheap, at Ken
ney’8. March 29.
M ACKEREL-Nos. I. 2. 3, at retail, at
L AMPandTRAIN OIL—Bleached Winter
and Fall Sperm Oil, and a superior arti
cle of Train Oil. by the barrel or gallon.
W. H. & J. TURPIN,
Jlinne Druggists, Augusta,G»
P ICKLES, Pickles, Pickles. Wm. Under
wood’s genuine, of every variety, for sale,
by T. Bishop & Son.
R EFINED GELATINE and Irish Mass for
sale, by T. Bishop & Son.