That we may not be misunder
stood, we again publish (Tor the benefit
of new subscribers) the following, which
originally appeared some weeks since in
the editorial columns of the Watchman.
In defending the principles of the
American Party—which we believe it
to be our duty to do—we wish it dis
tinctly understood, that we wage no
warfare against Democracy or Whig-
gery—Southern Rights or Unionism—
indeed, against no party of present or
past times, except the abolitionists. So
far as the other parties named are con
cerned, we regard them all as essential
ly •* dead cocks in the pit.” It is true
that certain designing demagogues and
party hacks—aided by a few honest but
misguided men, whom they have induc
ed to remain with them around these
dead carcases, are vainly endeavoring to
galvanize them into a brief and spasmo
dic resuscitation. But all their efforts
will be worse than fruitless. As national
organizations they are essential'^ dead,
dead, dead ! This being the case, we
are willing to inscribe on their tomb
stones a suitable memorial of thi good
they have done—whilst the evil they
have brought about we are willing to bu
ry with their dead bodies in the tomb of
We cannot think of waging war
against dead carcases—nor is there any
necessity for it. It is enough for us to
defend the American party. We shall
attack none of these defunct organiza
tions, but so far as they are concerned
act entirely on the defensive.
In making this declaration, we do not
pretend to say that we will not battle
»ith the other great new party now form
ing—the anti-American, or Foreign
Catholic party— we know not what name
it mav assume
A Stirring Week.—Our city has
been crowded with strangers from all
parts of the State, during the present
week, and great has been the speculation
SYNOPSIS OF JUNE SALES.
To be sold by Sheriffs—One tract
among the outsiders as to the meaning I of land containing 265 acres, (No. not
of the gathering together of so many known) in the 3d district of Walton
persons at this particular juncture. Some county, the place whereon Lewis Mat-
thought it was a convention of Fillibus- thews now resides, adjoining lands of
ters who were preparing to make a coup Hamilton and Shepard, as the property
de tat demonstration on the “ gem of the of Lewis Matthews.
Antilles,” and this idea gained credit All of Jesse M. Willingham’s interest
from the fact that Maj. Jack H—, a dis- in two negro women—Julia, a woman
tinguished Fillibustero of a neighboring I about 35 years old, Philis, a woman
city, was known to be in town, and from about 16 years old.
the rumor that Gen. John A. Quitman Also, all of Wm. B. Willingham’s
was hourly expected, to take command interest in twonegroes—Julia, a woman
of the expedition! Others said that the about 35 years old, Philis, a woman
Grand Encampment of the Knights of about 16 years old.
Jericho or Jerusalem (we don’t know Thirty-three buggy bodies, 6 rocka-
which) was holding its annual Satihe- way bodies, lot of tin cans and paints,
drim and were concocting measures for 5 carriages partly finished, 1 set of
the advancement of the cause of benevo- buggy wheels, 1 lot of buggy spokes,
Itnce and charity. Other some were of 1 lot of poplar plank, 1 lot ash plank, 1
the opinion that this was only the ad- lot buggy fellows, 1 set unfinished
vance guard.of •* Sam’s” great American wheels, 1 set Black Smith tools 2 bed
urmy, who were about to take tbe field steads and furniture, 1 piano, 1 bureau,
in Georgia, in defence of the time-honor- 1 side board, l clock, 1 safe, 2 tables, 1
ed and time-hallowed principles of the lot cups and saucers, lot spoons, lot
sires of ‘76, and under the “ stars and I knives and forks; as the property of
stripes” which have so long floated over Hardy Treadwell.
this land of liberty! Also one house and lot in the town
Whatever may have been the occasion of Monroe, tbe place whereon defend-
ofthe gathering, or the character of it, one ant now lives, containing one acre, more
thing is very palpable, that it was the or less; also one other house and lot
most imposing body of men that ever in said town adjoining the Baptist church
convened in Georgia. We learn that lot, known as the Trail lot; also one
they numberd about 600, and that nearly other house and lot in said town, known
every county in the State was represent- as the Stroud lot, including the black
ed. It was also a remarkably orderly smith shop ; also a negro man named
crowd—as goodly a company of intel-1 Jeff, about 55 years oldj Jordan, about
ligent looking men as we ever saw con- ‘
vened under like circumstances. We
saw nothing to indicate a spirit of Fil-
libusterism or unlawful combination
against the rights and liberties of the
people, but much that savored ol pa
triotic conservatism and constitutional
ATHENS PRICES CURRENT.
CORRECTED WEEKLY, BY PITXER AND ENRLAXP
law-abiding purpose. If such indications Hardy Treadwell.
30 ; Toby, about 15; Fanny, a woman
about 19,* Mary, about 4; Malinda,
about 30; and Sawney, about 60 years
old; as the property of Hardy Tread
Also, lots Nos. 1, 2, and 26, in the
town of Monroe; as the property of
are not deceitful, we feel to bid such men
“ God speed” in any cause in which |
they may engage.—Macon Citizen.
One lot of land, No. 57, in the first
dist. of Rabun county; as the property
of Isaac Shelton, jr.
One tract of land, known as the Espy
ATHENS, May 9.
Bagging (Guuuy) yd 18 to 20
Bale Rope, per to...... .... .... 14 15
Manilla Hope “ 26
agging Twine 25
Kacon Sides 114
“ Hams 12
“ Shoulders.. 10
Tallow Candles 18
Sperm do 45
Star do 30
Coffee Rio ...... 14
Coffee Java 15
Bice ..... 8
Sugar, Brown g
Molasses, per gal--
N. O. Syrup 45
Salt, per Bushel 80
Salt, Liverpool Sack 200
Steel, Cast 21
“ German 15
Iron, common size .....
“ 7 inch wide
“ Nail rod.
Nails, per Keg
Powder,Rifle,...... ........ ..
Lead ...— .......... — ....
Shot, per Bag
Cotton per Bale 7
Flour per bbl .. .. —. 105012 0U
Wheat per Bushel ...1 ‘ 125 150
Corn “ “ 120 140
Meal ‘* “ 120 140
Oats “ “ 50 60
Rye “ “ 75
Madder lb - 16
Copperas. .— - 4
Blue Stone — 18
Oil, Linseed 137
*• Lamp, Winter 150
“ “ Fall 100
“ Train 90
White Lead, Keg 25 lb 225
Glass, Box 8 by 10 275
Mackerel. No. 3 bbl 120O 1050
4 bbls No. 2 noo 1000
By Authority of the State of Georgia.
FORT GAINES ACADEMY I
HE subscriber having accepted from the I
Commissioners tbe Agency and Manage
ment of the Fort Gaines Academy Lottery,
has established the principal Office at Atlan
ta. Georgia, and intends con ucting the
Lottery on the same plan as that of the |
Southern Military Academy Lottery, of Al
GRAND SCHEME FOR MAY.
To be drawn May 24th, 1855, in the city of |
Atlanta, Ga., when prizes amonnting to
1^ ^S60 9 €K>0
Will be distributed according to the follow
ing magnificent Scheme! And remember I
every Prize is drawn at each Drawing, and
paid when dne without deduction !
1 Prize of $15,000 1 do. 1,500
1 " 5,000 1 do
1 “ 4 000
1 “ 3,000
Montgomery, Ala., May I.—Last
night the mills attached to Winters 1
Iron Works, in this city, were destroyed I mill place, containing 9 acres, more or
by fire. The Iron Works, however, less, on the waters of Crooked Creek,
. . ., , ., I were fortunately saved, although they adjoining lands of Whitehead and others;
118 .'g.y P ro ’ suffered some injury. The loss is esti- as the property of Joseph Boyce,
however, that like all piratical concerns, ma t e d at 8100,000, on which only S60,- hall county,
ji will appropriate to its unhallowed 000 were insured. A large quantity -of L« t of land No. 49, in the 9th dis-
purpose the banner and even the once wheat and other breadstuff's was eon- trict of said county, containing 200
popular name of one of the deceased which » a'great loss, as,our navi- acres, morj or less; as the property of
. . gation is suspended. The fire is sup- James I*. Echols,
parties, I his m.serablc attempt to mis- p 0Se( ] to have originated from the fric- 100 acres of land, on the waters of
lead the people will, however, be ex- tion of a smut machine. the Occnee River, adjoining Alexander
posed in due time, and all parties ac
cessory to the attempted fraud will be |
held up to the contempt of their insult
“ 4 bbls No. 2 400 450
Beeswax 20 22
Feathers 35 40
Wool 25 80
Tobacco 25 40
Yarn perbale, 4C bunches 85 85
Retail 90 90
Osnaburgs, per Bale.. 9 10
“ Retail to 11
Shi rt' ng J, per bale 84 9
“ Retail 9 jo
AND CLOTHING MADE TO ORDER!:
C:ui be found the largest assortnn at of
AiEFS, YOUTH’S & BOY’S CLOTHING
Ever offered in this market. Also, FURNISHING GOODS;
Trunks, Y a\\ses, Carpet-Bags anti \ImYtreUas,
Of all styles and qualities. It is useless to enumerate all the articles we have on hand,
bnt would cordially weicon e all to (0-comc and examine for themselves,
Athens, April 18,1854. ** R. L. BLOOMFIELD'S.
NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS.
Bank State or Georgia. )
Savannah.12th April,1855. 5
1 inn I CST - An Election will be held at the
is of Vnnn Hanking House in this city on Nomlay, 7th
in ,i'„ eS k nnn of Ma y next > for ei 8 ,lt Directors on the part
’ ‘ of individual Stockholders, to serve for. one
year from that date ap26
lbs. BACON, for sale by
Guady A Nicholson.
501 Fmesinall amounting to §60,000 -j r\p\
ONLY TEN THOUSAND NUM- lUU.UUU
BT Hills on all solvent Banks at par. | New Spring & Summer
AH communications strictly confidential.
SAMUEL SWAN, Agt. A Manager.
Atlanta, Ga. |
A LARGE Stock of Dry Goods, Hats, Boots,
Shoes, Hardware, Iron, Crockery. Gro
ceries, Ac. for sale low for cash by
April 26 Gbady A Nicholson.
TO THE PUBLIC.
A N advertisement from me asked for mo
ney to enable me to issue publications,
P. W. LUCAS,
I S now receiving a large and handsome as
sortment of all kinds of goods, suited 10
1 the season, consisting of—. „ ;
LADIES’ DRESS GOODS,
Silks, Bareges, Tissues, Crapes, Muslins,
Lawns, Cambrics, Ginghams, Calicoes, Ac.
EMBROIDERED AND MILLINE
STARTLING,. BUT TRUE!
Wliat every Woman should
J^EADER, are you a husband or
and it was couched in terms of re verence j Collars, Collaretts. Mantillas, Laces.Edging,
to, and admiration of, God. The only reply | Dress Trimming, Ribbons, Gloves, Hosiery,
via P. O., was a deceitful looking (bank-note &o.
like) card about some hair dye! Who is I Ladies and Gentlemen, Linen Cambric
capable of this mockery!! Some young I Handkerchiefs, Silk Handkerchiefs, Ging-
rnscal: while the more aged heeded uothiug I hams Handkerchiefs.
Infidelity is the ruling spirit of hearts that Mourning Satins, Bombazine, Challcys,
are pertinacious to be, or not, at Church, I Crapes. Bareges, Ginghams, Muslins, Cali-
prompt to pray, and flatter themselves they coes, Sc., &c,
are safe for Eternity; but which, still, while All kinds mourning trimmings'.
they disdain he, scorn Religion, of what- Cloths, Cassimercs and Vestings, and all
ever sect, to square with their conveniences, kinds of Summer Goods, lor Men's nnd
For the Southern Watchman.
Under the caption of ‘ Party Leaders,’1 p ast w j ater
is an outrageous article in the Banner
of last week. Speaking of the Whig
party, says the editor : (who was he?
certainly not the ostensible ones:) ‘ They
have no settled and fixed principles, but
are falling into the deadly embraces of
Know-Nothingism, Temperance, Aboli
tionism and Freesoilism ! ! !”
Hear how this arch demagogue talks!!
He links Temperance with fell Aboli
tion ! ! Tempei ancc men, of all parties,
who know your heavenly principles and
Thompson, £and Y. L. Floyd; as the
In Missouri, Illinois and Kentucky, it the property of Benjamin Dunnegau
t-stated, cattle, sheep and hogs have 10U acres of land on the Hudson river
been dying during the past four weeks hi said county, adjoining John D. Ter-
by hundreds, from sheer starvation, and! rell and Judith Dodd; as the property
diseases produced by scanty food, and 1 of Lemuel Dodd.
the severe and protracted cold of the
’ A fire occurred in Boston last
week which destroyed property of the
value of half a million of dollars.
LATER FROM EUROPE.
Also, 111 acres, as the property of
Thomas W. Eberhart, and 111 acres as
the property of David H. McCleskey.
Two hundred acres of land, as the pro
perty of James J. McCleskey. Also, a
small tract of land on the Oconee river
—fifty acres more or less, as the pro
perty James J. McCleskey, including a
grot and saw mill, and a wool factory.—
ARRIVAL OF THE STEAMER A Iso 20U acres, being a part of lot No
1 162 in the 9th district of said county
Also one undivided tract, devised by
The steamer Atlantic Iias arrived at I John Barrett, deceased to Elisha C. Bar-
N. York with Liverpool dates to the rett and Wm. M. Barrett, being part of
24th April. the tract whereon the said John Barrett,
commercial intelligence. deceased, resided ; as the pr< pirty of
Liverpool, April 24.— Cotton.— Elisha C Barrett.
your saving virtues, remember this at I The market is steady and unchanged, iiabersham county,
the polls !! X. X X. but buyers demand reduction. Sales One hundred acres, of lot of land
for the nine days 70,000 bales, of which No. 144 in the 3d district of said coun-
For me; Southern Watchman. i 10,000 were to speculators and 9,000 ty, Kirkendoll mill place ; as the pre-
Mr. Editor: Allow a succinct balc8 to ex P orters ‘* Quotations are un- perty ol John W. Martin.
j changed. Fair Orleans 52d., Middling Also, lots Nos. 1 and 2, containing
The seu o Democracy says j Fair Uplands 5§d., Middling 5 together, five hundred acres, more or
l-16d. The market closed on Monday less in the 13 district of said county ; as
steady the property of Alexander Inglis.
Canal Flour 39s. to 31s; Ohto 42 | Also, lot No. 189, in the 12th dis
to 43s. While Wheat 11s. 6d. to 12s
6«1. White Corn 42a. to 42s. 2d. Yellow
43s. to 43s. 9d. Iron steady and un
that it is it-. Party that don’t want the Go
vernment to be ‘* imposed on” by Spain!
as to Cuba ; whilst the Whigs are for
suffering every thing! War—war is
the joy of that ignorant mass that com
pose the “ Dimmocracy.” This party,
dead or alive, would risk our very liber
trict of said county, containing 250
acres ; as the property of John Bulland
Also, lot of land No. 13, in the 1st
District of said county. Levied on as
Brown &, Shipley quote Cotton in I the property of Rosalie Gonvain.
fair demand and more steadiness for Also, all the right, title, interest and
ty in the melee of battles, and draw all the last two days. The sales on Friday claim which Francis A. V. Ausley has
the Nations of the world against us!— and Saluiday were 20,000 bales, includ- in and to lot No. 38, in the 2d district
en rntional and ‘ n 8 13,000 bales to the tiade. of said county ; as the property of said
. . p ™ a J F,our had dec,ined on « shilling, Francis A. V. Ausley.
pacific as to lean to Peace. We do not Wheat three pence. Corn was in mote
suffer in position: but we don’t be so | demand, and lmd advanced six pence.
Provisions more active and firmer Bacon
advanced one shilling and six pence.
The Conference at Vienna is broken
off after the 13th session. Russia re
ready to jump out of the hot ashes into
the fire: To save a penny risk a guinea.
I am glad to see “ R.” and *‘ S.” dis
cussing Colonization. 1 love discus
sions. They emit light. Both * R.
The drunkard consumes as much grain
| in the form of alcohol in one day,
would supply him with bread for there.
No. 12, Franklin House Range, (L. J.
Lampkio’s old stand.^
Wm. J. Morion,
(SUCCESSOR TO WM. M. MORTOJVf SOM,)
R espectfully announces to the public
that he is now offering for sale, at the
above stand,a large aud varied assortment of
SSAPLE AND FANCY
Groceries, Crockery, Hardware,
The stock is entirely new, and will be sold
at prices to suit the times.
llis friends and the public are respectfully
invited to call and etamine for themselves
IW The Books nnd Accounts of the late
firm of William M. Morton & Son will be
fouud at his store, and those indebted are
requested to call and settle.
Athens, May 10,1855. tf
to agree with set fashions and conform to
certain principles of Etiquette, in which
godliness and charity are forgotten, or at
any rate qualified, or neglected » Such peo
ple, of all orders and classes, act and live as
if Divine Providence, a day of reckoning.
HATS, CAPS, BOOTS, SHOES.
All kinds of Summer Hats for Boy’s;
All kinds Ladies’ and Childrens Shoes and
and a Holy Heaven above, were things of Table and Bed Linens, Linen Sheetings, nnd
theory ! Well, they will soon enough see Pillow Case Linens, Damask Table Cloths,
what they will see. Damask Towels, Crash Dowlas, &c.
- r . J -J-FLOURNOY. HARDWARE AND CUTLERY OF
xvGi&r Athens, Gn., April 10, 18j5. I ATT iz ttsttyg
The days of persecution of Christ’s sterl- \ 0 . ., _ , „ , „, _ _.,, _
ing followers have not passed away; people Smith’s Tools; Tanner’s Tools; Mill Irons,
have only qualified themselves in this age Smat Machines, Mill Saws. Bolting Cloths
of public wars and murders, to a mock Chris- GROC FRIES,
tianity! They will begin to persecute me so Blasting powder, Rifle powder, Safty Fuse;
soon a8 they can. I fearlessly defy their I Carpettings. Mattings, Rugs, Matts, Floor
impious jag®* and glory rather iu the perse-1 Cloths, &c.; all of which he offers at the
cution of the ungodly than m any 0 g r ®®'I lowest market prices, either for cash or ap-
ment with them m error and folly! So provc <i credit- [Athens. April .3.
help me Lord. J. J. F. 11 1
MT EAGLE TRIPOLI.
ceived, direct from the manufacturers, nnd
for sale, low. Dealers supplied on liberal
terms. T. BISHOP & SON.
Combs & Co’s Express Office. „ ,
_ r ,* , , „ fPHE best article known for cleaning
T M. LAMPKIN, Agt, Athens, Ga. J.polishing all kinds of metals, windows
P ACKAGES left in the evening at the of-1 razors and glass ware. A supply just
fice of this Southern Company, owned
and operated by Southern men—will be for
warded with the mails next morning, to
Charleston. Augusta, or any other point in
the Southern country.
This enterprise being exclusively South
ern, and great diligence used in forwardiug
packages with the greatest possible expedi
tion, commends itself to the patronage of
the Sontbern people. April 29.
OtJ Office at the old stand of A. K. Childs,
next door to the Franklin House.
No Package or Freight of any de-
W E again earnestly request all who are
indebted to us, to come and make pay
ment, or close their accounts by note. We
must close the business of the old firm.
May 10 LUCAS «k BILLUPS.
^yiLL be paid for the apprehension of one
JESSE M. GARNER, who escaped from
the jail of Clarke county on the night of the
4th instant. He weighs abont 125 or I301bs,
dark skin, sandy hair, and fierce looking.—
His left thumb cut off just above the first
joint. The above reward will be paid for his
delivery at the jail of Clarke county, or con
finement in any safe jail.
Athens, MaylO SAULTER & IVY
No Package or freight of any dc- " uu tue quauues,
script ion will be shipped, unless notified of I goods, consisting of
MOORE & CARLTON
H AVING moved from No. 3 to 7 Granite
Row, nnd having purchased a Spring;
Stock with great care, ask our town anc!
country frieuds to come in and examine, nnd
we feel assured that they will be pleased
with the qualities, styles and prices of our
it at the office.
T O ALL PERSONS afflicted with Sexual
isease, such as Seminal Weakness, Iu
potence, Gonorrhoea, Gleet, Syphilis. &o.
The Howard Association of Philadelphia,
in view of the awful destruction of hiunnn
life and health, caused by Sexual disoasos,
and the deceptions which arc practised up
on the unfortunate victims of such diseases
by Qnacks, hnve directed thoir consulting
Surgeon, as a charitable act worthy of their
French and English Calicoes,
French and Scotch Ginghams, new designs,
French printed Jaconets,
French printed Organdies,
French printed Bareges,
Plain, figured and striped Grenadines,
Plain Bareges of all colors aud qualities,
Rich. Organdy, Barege, and Silk Flouuced
Beautiful worked Collars, from 50 cents to
Cheinizetts and Collevettsof new and fash
Silk and Lace Mantillas new patterns,
Bleached and brown goods,
Hardware, Crockery aud Groreries,
All of which we will sell at Augusta rc-
I DO hereby forewarn all persons from let
ting any person have any thing whatever
on my account.
name, to give Medical a ivice gratis, to all... ... . , ,,, , ,
persons tb*us afflicted, (Male or Female,) I tal1 P^ces, with the exception of Bleached
who arply by letter, (post-paid) with a de- Homespuns and Calicoes,which we do not pre
scription of their condition, (age, occupa- I tend to sell for 2 cents per yard less than
tion, habits of life, ac.) nnd in cases of ex-1 New York cost for the purpose of baiting
treme poverty and suffering to furnishing I g reen ones,
medicines free of charge. | April 19, 18o5.
The Howard Association is a benevolent
Institution, established by special endow-1 TO HOUSE KEEPERS.
ment, for the relief of the sick and distres- _ _ T a . . . ,
’ — . in W. LUCAS is now receiving a largo
Appearances are Everything.—This provei h
includes a general truth—appearance recom
mends itself especially as it is seen in the
proper adornment of the person, Tbe hair
and complexion under good ‘.reatmeut con-
and ' S.’ are right and wrong—for Colo- N ec ~ d ,be demand. — 0 —
. . . . ,, ... I 1 he bombardment of Sebastopol was tribute much to to enhance the estimation
nization is not altogether right, n o r I continued from the 9th to the 15th April I in which on individual is held ; and the
totally wrong, in its spirit and move- with 500 guns without any result. An | a ? t5 ° T le8 , host calculated for usefulness aci)
ments. Gov. Dutton’s speech was an assault is believed not to be practicable,
amalgamation, negro-admiring effort—| to storm wiH P^ably
Napoleon nnd Eugenia spent a week
^ It is reported, but doubtful, that
. , „ . ., , , . i England has consented that Napoleon
and the mellow ripe, black! Pshaw, L ho ® w , ate the command of the allied
Old Dutton I—white is the soundest | army in the Crimea.
There are strong indications that
and he quoted a Latin Poet to prove I
that black is better than white 1 or as I
good—for the green fruit is whitish!
inuentor William Brgle at 277 Washington
Sold in Athens by C. W. & H. R. J. Long
and healthiest part of vegetables, and
black the rotten! You see compnri
sons won't do here. Dutton is from
Connecticut, the region of amalgama
tion, and having perhaps negro brothers
in-law—he may be indulged in pouring
for'h the feelings of bis heart!
But in the same paper of March—
REYNOLDS & BROTHER,
(Over Sansom <fc Pit lard's,)
BOOK AND JOB PRINTERS, ATHENS, GA.
Invite the attention of the public to their
preparations for PRINTING, in all its de
Austria will refuse to act against Russia, partments.
Lord Russel and M. DeHuys have I They are prepared for the execution of
left Vienna. I Bills, Circulars, Cards, Tickets, Pamphlets, dte,
The British loan of sixteen millions
pounds sterling, was taktn by the Roths
childs. in one hundred pound Consols,
at fourteen and sixpence, i*» the shape
of an annuity, terminable in thirty years.
The taxes are increased on incomes, and
(Repository) is, also, the reply to Dut-1 a stam P dut y is to be im P° 3edon 8 P irits >
1 tea, coffee nnd sugar.
All hope of Austria operating against I J 1
and are Printers of Cobb’s Repor» .
Sept. 21,1854. ly R. A B.
PLAIN AND FANCY
BOOR AND JOB PRINTING.
200 Dollars Reward!
E SCAPED from the jail at this place, on
tho night of the 4th instant, two men
charged with the crime of MURDER.
WU has been imprisoned hero, sinoe Sep
tember last, for the murder of his father in
July previous, is full six feet high: straight
and moderately slender built; dark straight
hair—turns it to one side; slow spoken;
not much inclined to conversation; has but
one full ear, having been born in that situa
tion ; wears his hair long and turns it over
to the side to cover this defect: about thirty
years of age.
THOS. D. GUNNELS,
Who most brutally murdered his wife in
March last, (and very nearly one of his
daughters at the same time.) is about 40
years old, five feet nine or ten inches high :
rather stoop shouldered: talks? freely and
somewha: loud: has n downcast look : dark
nair, and will weigh abont one hundred and
forty or fifty pounds: very fond of liquor:
one finger off. I will give the above re
ward for the delivery of both the above
named men to me at this place, or one hun
dred dollars lor either of them; or the same
for both or either in any Jail so I get them,
ets the expense s in bringing here.
JESSE M. GARNER,
Who is charged with larceny after trust re
posed, looks to be about 21 of 22 years old :
rather a small man : quite forward and pert,
and from his general deportment, whereso
ever he may be, it would seem he wishes to
let the poeple know he is There. Hair rath-
sed, afflicted with “ Yimlent and Epidem- ' L UCAS i:
io diseases,” aud its funds can be used for • assortmeitof
no other purpose. It has now a surplus of J? 106 , a,u ^f, us H u
mean#, which the Directors have voted to I Handsome Shades for Parlors-,
advertise the above notice. It is needles*
to add that tho Association commands the
highest Medical skill of the age.
Address,(post-paid,) Dr. Geo. R. Calhoun,
Consulting Surgeon, Howard Association,
ton, of Commander Foote—which gave
that old Yankee a set down !
Still, let me ask “ R.” whether or
not, it is not more judicious to have in
i 1 ®™ El. (SKHBQSWj,
(“Solitary anti alone,”)
8 now prepared to execute any and til kinds of Let
, , j - - ,..w„ PRINTING, either plain or in colors, a
Russia 18 at an end for tne present. his large sad extensive Book and Job Printing Estab
Can robe rt says otl the first two days I '''NoesUbiLhmennn'uie Stste possesses superior fs-
bombardment, the allied fire was supe-1 «*fcuung Priming of the kinds usually in
rior, and the Russian works were damag- AmpSSuK*
‘ culars. Cards, Tickets,
vogue some Society affording an outlet e d. The French got possession of a
to the useless free blacks—rather than position of great importance. Gorts-
none at all ? And since humanity and c i ,,al J off . sa y s ma « ere are favorable for
, • .. ... the besieged,
human institutions are imperfect, should Washington, May 4
We Southerners, not, as enlightened Judge Lumpkin has peremptorily de-
, _ « T , J | loiors, ns wm enuesn'r wj ojlocuio ui wore entrusted
men and women, foster a plan that has cl, ned tbe appointment ot Judge of tbe I to him in asuperior style -punctually—correctly—ex-
Court of Clniwin I peditiously, and at mods*atz rales’.
1 v^oun Ol Claims. Grateful to his friends and the public for past favors,
Arthur D. Neville has been appoint- I Uo again solicits their orders, and trusts that hs may bo
| ed Post Master at New Orleans. 1 f n?h d e^snu^ ra ™° fpuhIic pilron * ge ' , r
Posters, Bill-Heads, Catalogues, Hand-
Bill*, Way, Stage and Horse Bills,
Blanks of every description.
And indeed almost every thing likely to be called for.
JKr He will indulge in no extravagant promises, bat
content himself with the remark, that hereafter as here
tofore, he will endeavor to execute all work entrusted
rather a beneficial than
gcous tendency ?
placo, or if lodged in any Jail in the State
so I get him.
I. S. VINCENT. Sheriff and
Jailor, Clarke co., Ga.
Watkinsville, May 10, 1854.
[Y Lot jn Athens is beautifully located
it a co
M has oil it a comfortable House, contain
ing six rooms, with each a fire place; kitch
en. negro house, smoke house, stable, carri
age house, &c. if c., all newly fitted up, to
gether with an excellent garden, and a fine
selection of young fruit trees. It may b<
bought on good terms by application to Capt,
Dorsoy, or myself.
MILES M. NORTON.
May 3, l855-4t.
By order of the Directors.
EZRA D. HEARTWELL, Pres.
Geo. Fairchild, Sec. May 3.
Handsome Rugs and English velvet Car
pets. All of which lie offers ou very reasona
April 19, 1855.
a wi c or a mother! Have you tl.e sin
cere welfare of thoseyou love at heart 1 Prove
your sincerity, aud lose no time in learning
what causes interfere with tlieir 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 the mind
for its ordi-iary avocation nnd exhausting
those menus for medical attendance,medicines
and advertised nostrums, which otherwise
would provide for declining year*,the infirmi
ties of age and the proper education of your
How often it happens, that the wife lingers
from year to year in that pitiable condition,
as not even for one day to feci the happy
and exhilarating influence incidcut to tne
enjoyment of lieath, nrising from ignore nee
of tbe simplest and pla nest rules of health
as connected with the marriage state, the
violation of which entails disease, and mi.-e-
Aud must this continue? Must this b ’
Is there no remedy ? No relief! No hope!”
The remedy is by knowiug tbe causes and
avoiding them, and knowing the remedies nnd
benefitting by them.
These are pointed out in
THE MARRIED WOIHA^S
PRIVATE MEDICAL COMPANION,
BY Dll. A. M. MAURICEAU,
i*rofessor of diseases of women-.
Or.e Hundredth Edition (500.000J lSmo., pp. 33a.
[ox FIXE FAFFS, EXTRA BIXD1XC, $.100.]
A standard work of estahlisked'repulMion
found classed iu the catalogue? of the great
trade sales in New-York, Philadelphia, and
other cities, and sold by the priucipal book
sellers in the Uuited States. It was first
published in 1847, since which time
Five Hundred Thousand Copies
have been sold, of which there were upwards
of ouclrandred thousand sent by
mail, attesting the high estimation in
which it is held as a reliable popular Medi
cal BOOK FOR EVERY FEMALE
the author having devoted his exclusive at
tention to the treatuieut of complaints pecu-
liaijto females,iu respeetto which he is yearly
consulted by thousands, bulb in person ami
Here every woman can discover, by com
paring her own symptoms with those de
scribed, the nature, character, causes of, aud
the proper remedies for, her complaints.
The wife about becoming a mother lms
ofteu need of instuctiou and advice of the
utmost importance to ber future health, in
respect to which tier sensitiveness forbid*-
consulting a medical gentleman, will find
such instruction and advice, and also explain
many symptoms which otherwise would oc
casion anxiety or alarm, ns all the peculiari
ties incident to her situation are described.
How many are suffering from obstructinm-
or irregularities peculiarto the female system,
which undermine the health, the ctlecXs of
which they are ignorant, and for which their
delicacy forbids seeking medical advice t—
Many suffer from prolapsus uteni ( falling of
the womb), or from fiuor alius (weakness,
debility, &c.) Many nee in constant agony
for many mouths preceding confinement.—
Many have difficult, 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 means of
prevention, amelioration and relief.
It is of oourse impracticable to cCnvcy
fully tho vai ions subjects Treated of, as they
are of a nature strictly intended for tlie mar
ried o.- those contemplating marriage.
In consequence of the universal populari
ty of the work, as evidenced by its extraor
dinary sale, various impositions have -been
attempted, a* well on booksellers as ou 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,
CAUTION THE. public
to buy no book unless the-words “ Dr. A. M.
Maumckau, 120 Liberty Street, N. Y.” is ou
(and the entry- in the Clerk’s Office on the
back of) the title page; and buy only-of
respectable aud honorable dealers, or send
by mail, and address to Dr. A. M. Mauriceau.
jgg” Upon receipt of One Dollar, “ TITK
MARRIED WOMAN’S PRIVATE MEDI
CAL COMPANION” is sent (mailed free) to
any part ot the United States. I be Canadas
apd British Provinces. Ail letters uni-t be
post-paid,and addressed to Dr; A. M. MAU
RICEAU, box 1224. New York City. Pub-
1 idling Office, No. 129 Liberty Street, New
March 15, 185*>!
THE GREAT DISCOVERY!!
O/FOR. CURLING THE HAIH.'O
' 7!OR many years it has been the object of I
.. deepest study with chemists and others
to produce a fluid that, applied to the hair, [
would cause it to wave and curl equal iu beau
ty to the natural curl.
Is the only article ever offered to the worid I
that will effect this most desirable object
But three or four applications arc necessary
to carl it as much as may be dssired, and for
any length of time. From the many testi
monials of. those who have used it, the sub
scriber does not hesitate to warrant the
KROLLERION to give satisfaction, and
prove as recccmmended in all cases
The recipe for making, with full directions
for use, will be sent, on the receipt of one dol
lar, post paid. The ingredients will not cost |
over 12 cents.
Direct to H. A. FREEMONT.
Warren, Trumbull Co n O.
May 3, 1855.
J OHNSTON’S Agricultural Chemistry,
Burnhams Hen Fever,
Harper's Story Book, 5 voPs.
Life of Lady Blessiugton,
Curtis Hist, of Constitution,
Abbotts King’s and Queen’s or life iu the
Strickland’s Queens of Scotland,ue’.v vol
The North and South,
Mayhew’s Pcasaut Boy Bhilosopher.
Apll9. W. N. WHITE.
A CCOUNTS for the last quarter ore now
due, and payment thereof required.
Aprils D. N. JUDSON.
D. N. JUDSON.
ALL KINDS OF COUNTRY PRODUCE.
Broad Street, Athens,-Ga.
April 19, 1855.
M AURY’S Physical Geography of the Sea,
Boswell's Life of JoliHkon;
Harper’s Story Books. No. 4.
Life and Beauties of Fanuy Fern,
Duels and Duelling,
Roe’s A Long Look Ahead,
Poems arid Ballads ot Oerold Moisey,
D’Abiontes Memoirs of Napoleon.
Apl5 WM. N. WHITE.
NEW GOODS AGAIN-
T HE subscriber is opouinga full ass. rt-
inent of Staple ami Fancy Spring oml
Summer Goods—among which, are an unus
ually handsome assortment'of
Muslins,Borages, Prints^ and m.bcr die.<3
Bonnets, Ribboriif..Summer Hats. Shoes
an<l Boots—all of Hie latest styles—gooihan-l
fine, to which lie invites the attention of his
friends and oust tniers, to whom he will sell
at his usual low prices, with -hurt ptwiits
for cash or cash terms. Call soon un 1
choose the best.
Mar. 29. ISA AC W. K EX X EY.
-|[AA Sacks superfine aud extra Flour,
Jl vJvJ For sale, low, by T. Bishop A Son.
T HIS comfortable and commodious estab
lishment, located ou the Public Square,
is now open for the reception j>f transient
the cars—at 4 cts per pound.
May3 T. M. LAMPKIN.
A. ERWIN, Proprietor
Clarkesville, April 19, 1855.
E VERY dollar wow due me on notes and
accounts—and still more dollars for
cheap goods—will my friends please re
spoudf May 3. 1. M. KENNEY.
50 000 LBS. Extra Tennessee Ba-
con, for sale low by
t. bishop. & son.
gbGARS ! Sugars ! Sugars! of every grade
Bishop A Son.
For sale, low, by
F RESH Salmon in lb.cans, cheap, at Ken-
^QSacks Folnr for sale by
April20th Grady A Nicholson.
R EFINED GELATINE and Irish Ma*, re
sale, by T. Bishop A Sou.
I A CASES choice Champagne Cider, and
IU for sale cheap by
D. N. JUDSON.
pURE St Thomas’ Bay 4 Water, just re
ceived and for sale by
D. N. JUDSON.
Bacon ! Bacon !!
QA /A/'A/’V LBS. The tiuest lot ever of-
OU UUU fered in this market, for sale
low bv P. A. SUMMEY A BUO.
A pi. 19.
E XTRA Pine French Oalf Skins, just re
ceived aud for sale, low, by T. Bishop A
Son. ' March 22;