but Democrats m the county.) old wo
men, and even liule negroes w'cre at
it. But they are all right, now.
In conclusion, let ine say that the
people are getting tired of change to
suit every occasion—or rather they are
getting disgusted with tricks. 1 there
fore, say, Governor, be on your guard ;
put no reliance in appearances; for, as
in other parts, they are digging your
grave here too. There are between
650 and 800 hearty boys at work at it
—and it will be finished by the 1st Mon
day in Oct.—Exit. SECRETAIRE.
Por Uie Southern Watchman
Friend Christy : Merely by way of
a reminder, that your old correspond
ent “ still lives”—he begs to hand you
the iuclosed excerpt from a Religious
publication; believing that the Poetry
conveys wholesome truth; and which
he begs leave to commend to the prayer
ful consideration of Don Elleck de
la tolivero, and his squire, Hcw-
tjelo, with all and sundry of the JFur-
riners who follow them, be they Ameri
can born or not 1 Especially to every
panderer to (he ebullitions of those De
magogues in Georgia who made, or sub
scribe to, the “Dead-Fall” recently
stuck together in Milledgevill by the
use ofthe “ cohesive power of the pub
lic plunder”—so botched up by the
master carpenters of that wonderful
occasion! But enough for the present
1850, he was received with open arms
by both Democrats and Wltiga, except
the Southern Rights party, whom he de
nounced as traitors to their country,
and said if they were under the Common
Law ofEnglaud,they would be all hung!
We all heard that speech and remember
it. They say they have not changed.
The Union Democrats have not chang
ed—and the Whigs (who then voted
for him) certainly have not changed—
and where is he ? We still cling to the
Union and keep the banner of 1850
unfured—and to afford ample room for
all law-abiding, honest, Constitutional-
loving men of the North, East and
West, to fight for us, we have adopted
the great National Platform of the
American Parly, which supersedes the
Columbus move.ment, and unites all
parties, sects and irenominations, exept
office holding Deirfagogues, unnatural
ized foreigners and Catholics. They
are all opposed to the order because it
K. op K.
for the legislature—and the distribution
of Temperance information was passed
The Convention resolved on holding
a Mass Meeting, in Atlanta, on Wednes
day, the 22d of August next.
A Co- nmsttee, consisting of Prof. J.
R. Thomas. Dr. Hook, E. A. Steed,
A. E. Marshall and Judge Gresham,
were appointed to prepare an address to
the voters of the State on the subject of
The next Annual Meeting to be held
in Griffiin, on the 4th Wednesday in
in July, 1856.
I. M. KENNEY.
UN JEU D’ESPRIT.
The foliowingyeu <Vesprit was print
ed in a very neat form, and placed on
the table of every member of the Legis
lature of New-York, (whilst the dis
cussion of Mr. Taber’s Bill was going
on,) to the great astonishment of the
Conscript Fathers. We have no doubt
that it will be read with interest. The
truth may sometimes be conveyed in
the humorous burlesque and the amus
ing jest. Quid octal decipere in loco
To the Honorable the Legislature of the
State of Neu> York.
The humble petition of t John Arch
bishop of New York, regularly appoint
cd and inducted by his Holiness the
Pope, respectfully showeth.
That he has experienced, and doth
now experience, very great difficulty and
embarrassment in enforcing the Canon
Law, in and upon congregations of Ro
man Catholics in this State, in couse-
quenceof the prevalence of a damnable
spirit of independence, and of private
thinking among them, which spirit is
almost wholly unknown in Italy and
Spain, where the benefits and blessings
of the Cauon Law are most fully ex
My paternal soul is deeply pained at
this state of things, and I am led to crave
the assistance of your honorable body
My friends have prepared a liule bill
it has only one section, blit it is believed
that, by the assistance of the Blessed
Virgin and the Saints, the passage of it
will give to me and my successors, mauy
legal powers and advantages which we
do not now possess, and enable us to
keep our flocks in due subjection, and
to crush the aforesaid damnable spirit
of independence and inquiry now exist
ing among tljem : And your petitioner
will ever pray.
All—yicar of Bray.
Sweet Protestants, attend me,
Dear goose, and gull, and pigeon,
We want to have equality
In matters of religion;
Chorus.—Yes, when we once have gained our
end ; and that is Domination,
We’ll tolerate you with a lol—de
Between ns, whilst the people are
In <qaal parts devided,
The Law’s Protection we will share
In respect one-sided;
Object to relic or to saint
Our wonders treat os fable,
We’ll put you under no restraint
One hour before we’re able.
But when—the blessed day, we hope,
Is not extremely distant— [Pops,
The States at the large shall owu the
We must be more consistent.
And thus we’ve made it plain and clear
As daylight Hr. Speaker,
That you from us have nought to fear,
As long as we’re the weaker;
So when we rise to ask full swing
And scope for our persuasion.
The Madiai of course you’ll bring
Not np on that occasion:
But what that means let me expound,
And don’t suppose we hate you;
I’ll tell you how—should we get ground—
We mean to tolerate you;
But free to teach, and preach, and pray,
As pleases year volition,
And unmolested go vour way
Serenely to perdition;
Your longues against our tenets wag,
And we will grin and bear it,
Nor ever put on yon the gag
Till we can make you wear it,
To wretch that from our faith Becedes
Due justice shall be meted;
For heretics are baneful weeds,
Aud should as such be treated:
Our liberal professions you
Will not look as a shame on,
But rest assured that they are true;
And no delusive gammon;
Nor, now our sentiments are known,
./)nd you see what we are after,
Receive our eloquence with groan,
And hiss, and Scornful laughter;
C'/reiu.-Assuped that when we’ve gained our
eud; the which is Domination,
We’ll tolerate you with a tol—tol de-
LATER FROM EUROPE.
ARRIVAL Om THE STEAMER
The Steamer Pacific arrived at New
York Wednesday morning,bringing one
week’s later news from Europe.
Liverpool, J une 30.—Cotton—
Dennistonn reports the market for the
first three days of the week dull and
. . considerably lower, but on Thursday
strikes at the foundation of their power without any apparent cause, it became
and living. bouyant and closed with an active de-
All that the American Party ask is mand, at 1 16d. advance. The sales of
that the People may know the truth- lhfe w , eek sum up>481,000 bales, of which
. r . ,, speculators took 17,000 and exporters
that every man, woman and child (over 2 * 000 baleg . The saleg on Frida>
10 years of age) may read or hear their amounted to 28,000 bales. Fair Orleans
principles, and reason and examine 7£d; Middling 6 9 16d. Fair Upland
fully. Then you might as well try to 6 S J -. Irregulars 6fd, (This is a new
stop the progress of the Alpitt oral- “ad' slightly teheed-
anche, which gathers strength as it authorities vary, Maxwell reports Flour
rushes on till opposition is overcome, a trifle lower. Corn 3s Gd. lower—all
The ungenerous and dishonorable at- steady. Provisions had advanced slight-
tempts of it, oppose,, to create a pre- '^Veather favorable. Money
judice, by making false statements and c onso ] s 9^
and misrepresentations will recoil on I Baring & Bros., report the London
crush them. The Party hold that markets generally steady and unchang-
“ no one lias a right to an opinion on a e< * _
subject of wh.ch they know f has increased 108,000 pounds,
and we broadly disclaim any attempt SECOND DISPATCH
at religious persecution—Proscription The news is principally the details of
of honest industrious foreigners or affilia the recent repulse of the allied forces.
tion with Abolitionist,." The charge L. If Boglan has heee dmtgerously ill
. ... , , 6 but is recovering,
is as ridiculous and silly as the one T he total loss ef the Allies on the
made against Gen. Jackson, by his 18tb, was orer 5000. Austria continues
political enemies, of being a coward ! disbanding her army.
And calling the pure, Southern-im- The English and French blame each
. , ti other for the repulse. Pellusier says
mortal Henry Clay, an Abolitionist! Sevastopol will soon be invested by the
The American Party, which is so Allies. They retain the possession of
much traduced in Georgia by Messrs, the Round and Mamelon Towers.
Stephens, Toombs, Cobb and Johnson, , The Cholera w ra g in 2 among the
are patriots—hn\o (most all of them) *^sdXffsays lha, the Are ofthe
fought through three wars as patriots, Allies has very much weakened,
and are now, and always will be patriots The allied fleets in the Baltic have
until tlio last plank of their Platform is bombarded Sweaborg, destroying all the
swallowed up in the growing Gulf of s ‘ ores * The J have also bombarded
„ . r I Hango.
/ l^ uertce * . . The Russians admit that Cossack’
Mr. Cobb s preference for antagonistic j boat showed a flag of truce, but said they
principles gave him une hundred hearers feared treachery,
in Duhlonega last week, when on the Great movements are taking place in
Platform of 1850, (as the Peopla .hen
f B^HE undersigned respectfully inform the
citizens of Athens and public general
ly, that they have taken the Store next door
to Sun.-om & Pittard’s. and ore receiving a
fresh stock of ASSORTED GROCERIES <fc
CONFECTIONARY, and will keep constaut-
on hand the best article that can be had
market, at the lowest prices, of well as
Candles, Cove Oysters,
Cigars, Green and Dried
Chompaigne Wine, AlmomlB, Filberts,
Porter and Ale, Fireworks, dec.
And various other articles too tedious to
Come and buy.
N. B.—Those indebted to the undersigned
by note or open account, for Clothiog, will
please call and settle soon, or they may find
them in the hands of an officer for collection.
July 19 JOHN F. PITTARD & CO.
f 1HE undersigned has taken a Store oppo-
X site the Newton House, on College Ave
nue, where he will coutinue to make as fine
and good BOOTS as usual, of any descrip
Double-soled and Water-proof Boots,
Buck Skin, do
Patent Leather, do
Repairing done in the neatest and best
style. The best of French Leather used and
warren ted. W. S. STARK.
. , The Times of Saturday, states that
thought) he had an audience of nearer the Czar is seriously ill.
one thousand! I have it from gdod au- The King of Prussia has been ill for
thority thafhe will not get 200 votes in some time, and his reign will probably
this and 150 in Union county ! And if I soon c * ose :
a man of fair talents be run against him,] MANUFACTURER S BANK OF
he can beat him 2000 votes.
M. F. S.
For Ike Southern Watchman.
We extract the following from the
Macon Messenger as an act of justice to
the Bauk, and for the information of our
readers, who may be too readily imposed
upon by the cry of “ Wild Cat/’
“ By reference to our advertising colu
mns it will be seen that this Bank has
just declared a dividend of five percent
Mr. Christy : Dear Sir : I hand you f rora its profits for the last six months,
for publication, the action of the State We take this occasion to remark, that
Temperance Convention, held in Mari- A® character of this Bank does not ap-
etta, 11th and 12th mst. Pf ar to b® properly understood by some
„ , | of our exchanges, at a distance, as we
Committee to prepare business, | gee occasionaly classed by them with the
GOOD IRON AXLE WAGONS, for
sale by P. A. SUMMEY <fc BRO.
July 19 3m
consisting of one from each Congres-1 “ Wild Cat Banks, which organized un
sional District, was appointed by the der a granted by the State of Georgia
delegates.* That Committee, consist-1 are owned out by parties of the State
ing of seven, (the second District not ? nd ^ av ® the !5 ge < ?w ,rcu J at ! on m , ^ es :
, . ... , , tern States. The “ Manufactures’ Bank
mg represen e ,) reported the follow- 0 f Macon has no connection whatever
ing as the Platform of the Convention, with the West. Its circulation is con-
which after some discussion the resolu- fined to our own State—its stock with the
lions were adopted by a large majority “eeution of five thousand dollars, is
1. Resolved, That we ratify and ?.“ d c< T >1 1 le '?. *?. Gcor S ia f d
adoptthe 1st and Sd resolutions of the *“ M ” e ? "“" bep
Atlanta Prohibition Convention o "e |of ° UrbOSt buS,ne5S U 13
SUCCESSFULLY TREATED BY IN
HALATION OF MEDICATED VA
Y JOHNSON STEWART ROSE, M. D.,
Fellow of the Rojal College of Physici
ans, and for years Senior Physician in the
London Royal Infirmary for diseases of the
In the treatment of Consumption by In
halation, I have obtained results which war
rant me in asserting that it is now as cura
ble as diseases of the Stomach and Liver.
Breathing medicine directly into the
Lungs is certainly the rational mode of at
tacking the disease, and like many other
great aud beneficent discoveries’ it seems
strange why such treatment was not resort
ed to long ago. Where there is life, there is
surely hope for the most seeming hopeless
cases, as throughout all the stages of this in
sidious disease, the tcondelfld and beneficent
effects of its treatment are soon-apparent. In
cases also of Bronchitis, Asthma, &c., tbc
inhaling of powders and vapors has been
eminently successful, aud to those suffering
under any of the above named complaints
I can guarantee speedy and certain relief.
have pleasure in referring to 207 names,
residents of New York, aud neighborhood,
who have been restored to vigorous health
About one third of the above number, ac
cording to the patients own statements, were
considered hopeless cases.
The inhaling Method is soothing, safe and
speedy, and consists in the administration
of medicines in such a manner they are cou-
veyed into the Lungs in the form of vapor, and
produce their action at the seat of the disease.
Its practical success is destined to revolu
tionize the opinions of the medical world
and establish the entir curability of Con
Applicants will please stnle if they have
ever bled from the Lungs, if they have lost
flesh, have a cough, night sweats and fever
tmyis—what anil how much they expectorate,
what the condition of their stomach and
bowel 8. The necessary Medicines, nppnra
tus, «fec., will be forwarded to any part.
TERMS—Five dollars, consultation fee,
Balance of fee payable only when the pati
ents report themselves convalescent.
RECOMMENDATION BY PHYSICIANS,
We, the undersigned practitioners in me
dicine, cheerfully and heartily recommend
Dr. Roses method of treating diseases of the
Lungs and Throat, os the best and most efiee
tucU ever introduced into medical practice. Our
convictions are based upon having several
of ourow 1 ' patients, confirmed consumptives
restored to vigorous health after a few
months treatment by Dr, Rose, in the above
named diseases the application of “ Me Beat
ed Vapors,” inhaled directly into the Lun_
may bo justly considered a great boon to
suffering humanity, rendering Consumption
a perfectly curable disease.
Dr. Rose deserves well of the profession
for his unwearied labors in bringing the In
haling Method to each a degree of perfee
iui.ru stone, m, d.
JONAS A. WoTT, M. D.
CYRUS KIMGLEY. M. D.
WM. B, AUSTIN. M. D.
oaviLi.K ursos, m. d,
GAVIN WETMORE, II. p.
New Grand Duchy of Ba den Lottery
Capital 14,000,000 Florins.
rpHIS LOAN is guaranteed by the Gov-
JL eminent, and will lie drawn in d.tfereni
prizes, as follows:—
14 of 50.000 FIs. 54 of 40,000 FIs.
12 of 35,000 FIs. 2 of 12,000 FIs
55 of 10,000 FIs. 2 of 4,000 FIs.
58 of 4,000 FIs. 366 of 2,000 FIs.
23 of 15,000 FIs. 1944 of 1,000 FIs.
40 of 5,000 FIs. Ac. Ac.
The lowest prize being 42 FIs. 12 Florins
are equal to 5 Dollars.
The next Drawing takes place at Carls-
ruhe, under the Direction of the Baden Gov
The 3lst August, 1855,
when every drawn number must obtain one
of the above mentioned Prizes, which will be
paid in Cash at the offices of the undersign
ed. Those fortunate Shareholders not resid
ing on the spot, will have their amount of
Prizes gained paid to them through an estab
lished Bank. The lists of the result will be
sent to each Shareholder, and the successful
numbers published in the Newspapers.
The price of one Ticket is Two Dollars.
The following advantages are given by
taking a number of Tickets, viz:—
11 Tickets cost only $20. 23 Tickets cost
only $40. 50 Tickets cost only $80. 100
Tickets cost only $160.
The Price for Tickets can be sent in Bank
Notes or Drafts, payable in any of the com
mercial towns of Germany, Holland, France,
England, Scotland, or Ireland.
For Tickets and Prospectuses apply to the
undersigned Banking bouse, which is appoint
ed lor the sale of Tickets:— .»
MORIZ STIEBEL SONS, Bankers,
N. B.—Letters to be directed “ per steam
er, via Liverpool,” to Moriz Stiebel Sons,
Bankers, in Frankfort on-the Maine-
Remittances which arrive after the Day of
Drawing, will be returned, or invested in the
next Drawing, at the option of the sender.
The Prospectus of this Distribution can be
inspected at the Office of this Paper, where
also Tickets may be obtained.
15^* Tickets can be purchased at Combs &
Co.’s Express Office.
a ’JP. W >ol
Can be found the largest assnrtnn ut of
MEN’S, YOUTH'S & BOY’S CLOTHING
Ever offered in this market. Also, FURNISHING GOODS:
Trunks, YaYises, Carpet-Tags and TmbreUas,
Of all styles and qualities. It is useless to enumerate all the ai tides we Imre on linnd, ]
but would cordially welcon c all to Qg-COine aud examine for (licmselvcs,
Athens, ApriUS, 1854. R. L. BLOOMFIELD’S.
in AAA LBS - G00D COUNTRY
UjUUU BACON, for which the high
est price will be paid, cash or barter, at
July 5 I. M. KENNEY’S.
AT REDUCED PRICES,
HO to Kenney’s and get gold bargains for
J Cash, before they are all gone. [July 6.
22d February last, to wit:
ed by our own citizens, and we venture
for tlse Southern Watchman.
Dahlonega, July 7, 1855.
Dear Sir: On my return from mid
dle Georgia, I was gratified to 1-arn that
the Hon. Howell Cobb had received
the cold shoulder in Lumpkin and Uuinn
counties. This is qs it should be. In
p ; T . J, to add. with as much safety to the public
Resolved, That the prohibition of the and ^ mach liberaIity t0 the common!,
traffic m arden spirits as a beverage, ty in whieh it is located> as a Rank in
presents the only hope of relief from the I tj, e g tat6i 3
blighting and destructive influence of j .. . ■■■m..-
spirituous liquors. j Perry David Pain Killer is au excellent
Resolved, That we consider the sue- regulator of the stomach and bowels, and
cess of our paramount to all political ^? uld alwa y 8 t ^ ke P l °“ h 1 a J nt ^ ^peciaHy at
. ‘ . I this season ofthe year. Sold at only 25 cents
questions now under discussion in this I a bottle by merchants generally.
State, and pledge ourselves to the pro-
motion thereof. Worms l Worms.—A great many learned
2. Resolved, That in the opinion of treatises have been written, explaining the
(hi, Committee the suppress! of the
grogshops and tippling houses in the 0 f Medical science has elicited more acute
State of Georgia as a means of political I observation and Profound research ; and yet
economy will be a saving to the State of physicians are very much divided in opinion
n on the subject It must be admitted, how-
a sufficient sum to consummate the ar- ever, that, MteraU, a mode of expelling these
Wishes of ^ our whole people in the es- worms, and purifying the body from their
dent tablishment of a system of free prcience, is of more value than the wisest
schools throughout the State. disquisitions as to the origin. Theejpel-
8 Reacted. That in the „ pin i on J
this Convention we need never expect ter specific, and has already superceded all
to succeed in the accomplishment of our ather worm medicines, its efficaoy being uni
great object—the emancipation of our versally ackeowledgo by medical practi-
people from the rule of the liquor dynas- "“'Mb, Smith 4 Billups C. (V. & H. B. J.
ty till we refuse to support all persons Long, Athens, and by one Agent in every
for the Legislature of the State who | town in the State. July 19
cannot be relied on to carry our princi-
pies in good faith by prompt legislation. Administrators Sale !
4. Resolved, That we recognise the ICJOUD JIIilfE FOR SAIBE !
Prolnbitton Convention, which asseni-l q, TaTEOF GEORGIA, Greene County.—
bled at Atlanta on the —<1 of February I jj v virtue of an order from the Honora-
last, as a worthy ally and COrWorker, and ble, the Court of Ordinary of said County,
bid them God speed. passed at its regular term in April, 1855,
5. Resolved, That we consider the" 11 . 1 ba . 1 8 . olda n o C Court House door in
. - .. • f,. J Gainesville, Hall County, betweeu the law
senti nents of the Georgia Platform of f Q \ hours of sale on the first Tuesday iu Sep
1850, on the slavery question, as the tembar next, a lot of Land, No. 238, in the
settled policy of the State. j 12th District of Hall, Containingtwo hundred
, .. /j. • . . and fitly acres more or less. 1 lie lot has had
• ■(.solution, re-ailirming the nomi-j CO nsiderablo gold found upon it, and would
nation of Mr. Overby, for Governor, be found profitable no doubt to work it—
j .j. .a . Sold as the property of Edward Lampkiu
was adopted by the same vote. deceased, for a distribution among the lega
A resolution recommending countv i u ‘ es - Terms on the day.
r a-, ItHWIS J. LAMPKIN, Adm’r.
meeting!—nominations of candidates! j u | v is With tin Will nunexed.
DR. ROSE’S TREATISE ON CONSUM
price one dollar. Address,
JOHNSON STEWART ROSE.
Office 931 Broadway, New York,
N. B, The new postage law roquires that
all letters prepaid. My correspondence be
ing extensive, applicants to ensure replies,
must enclose postage.
PT Money letters must be registered by
the Post Master, when they will bo ap my
risk, not otherwise.
HAVANA PLAN LOTTERY!
Jasper County Academy
'By Authority of the State of Georgia.^
T HE subscriber having been appointed
Manager of the Jasper County Acade
my Lottery, intends conducting the same on
the Havana plan of single numbers, and has
located his office in the city of Macon, Gc«.
He now offers the following— .
GRAND SCHEME FOR JULY 23, 1S55
when prizes will he distributed as follows>
KP $50,000. «eo
Rogers’ Liverwort & Tar,
For the complete cure of Coughs, Colds,
Influenza, Asthma, Bronchitis, Spitting of
Blood, and all other Lnng Complaints
tending to Consumption.
T HIS preparation is getting into nse all
over our Country. The numerous let
ters we receive from our various agents,
informing us of cures effected in their imme
diate neighborhoods, warrant us in saying
it is one of the beBt, ' if not the very best
Cough Medicine now before the public. - It
almost invariably relieves and not unfre-
quently cu. es the very worst cases. When
all other Cough preparations have failed,
this has relieved the patient-, as Druggists,
dealers in Medicines, and Physieians can
testify. Ask the Agent in your nearest
town, what has been his experience of the
effects of this medicine. If he has been
selling it for any length of timo he will tell
you IT IS THE BEST MEIUC1NE EXTANT.
Below we give a few extracts from letters
we have received lately regarding the vir
tues of this medicine.
Dr. S. S. Oslin, of Knoxville, Ga., says:—
” I have been usiug your ^Liverwort aud
Tar vet y extensively in my practice for three
year? post, and, it is with pleasure I state
my belief in its superiority over all other
articles with which 1 am acquainted, for
which it is recommended.”
Messrs. Fitzgerald & Benners, writing
fromWaynesville. N. C. say :—“ The Liver
wort and Tar is becoming daily more popu
larin this Country, and we think justly
so. All who have tried it speak iu eom-
mciulable terms of it, and say it is very
beneficial in alleviating the complaints f»:
which it is recommended.”
Our Agent in Pickens District, S. C. Mir,
S. R. McFall, assures us “that be uses it
with great benefit in his own family, and rc
commends it to his neighbors.” He gives
an instance of a Negro woman, in his vicini
ty, who had been suffering with disease of
the Lungs for years, attended with severe
cough, who was' relieve! by the Liverwor
Such are the good reports we hear of this
Medicine from all parts of the South. For
a report of the surprising cures it has per
forijed in the Western ami Northern and
Eatcrn States, we would invite the suffering
patient to read the pamphlet which accom
panies each bottle. To all, we say, have hope
have hope !
TRY THE MEDICINE!!
BE WARNED IN SEASON!!!
And neglect not that cough which is daily
weakening your constitution, irritatiugyour
throat and Inngs, and inviting on that dread
disease, Consumption/when so soothing and
Scaling a remedy can be obtained 08 Dr.
Rogers' Syrnp of Liverwort and Tar.
Beware of Counterfeits aud Base Imita
The genuine article is signed Andrew
Rogers, on the engraved wrapper around
Price, $1 per bottle, or six bottles for $.- r>
Sold wholesale and retail by
SCOVILL & MEAD,
111 Chartres St. bet.Conti and St.Louis, N.O.
Sole Agents for the Southern States, to
whom all orders and applications for Agen
cics must be addressed.
Sold also by
Smith & Billups, Athens, Ga.
C. W. 4. H. 11. J. Long. “
J. Bell, Jefferson, “
Morrow & Kenedy, Monroe, “
W. Murray, Watkinsville, “
J. R. Stanford, Clarkesville. “
O. W. Hood, Uarmony Grove, “
Platt <fc Bro., Lexington, “
A. G. Wimpcy, Dohlonega. “
Morris & Co. Lawrenccville, “
June 21, 1855.
AND CLOTHING MADE TO ORDER!
MOORE & CARLTON
' TAVING moved from No. 8 to 1 Granite
XL Row, and having purchased a Spring
Stock with great care, ask our town and
country friends to come in and examine, and
we feel assured that they will be pleased
with the qualities, styles and prices of our
goods, consisting of
French and English Calicoes,. /
French and Scotch Ginghams, new designs,
Freuch 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 Flounced
Beautiful worked Collars, from 50 cents to
Cbcmizetts and Collcvcltsof new aud fash
Silk aud Lace Mantillas new patterns,
Bleached and brown goods,
Hardware, Crockery aud Groceries,
All of which we will sell at Augusta re
tail prices, with the cxceptiou of Bleached
Homespuns and Calicoes,which we do not pre
tend tosell for 2 cents per yard less than
New York cost for the purpose of baiting
A T the Athens Foundry, 800 Cords Piue
Wood. R. NICKERSON.
Athens, June 14 Agent
SALTUS & CO.,
7 Beaver Street, NEW YORK,
O FFER for sale, iu large or small quanti
ties, their celebrated Peru Hammered
Charcoal Iron, quality superior to Swedes!
sizes from 5-8 square to 12x5-8 thick, includ
ing all sizes Rolled Iron, Horse Shoe, Nail
Rods, Rivet Iron, Bands, Scrolls, Hoop, Nut
nnd Oval Irou, Slit Shapes, (imitatiou Swe
des.) Blistered and (L) Steel, Plough Iron
and moulds, all of the first quality, and su
perior to any iron mnde. Have also on hand
a full assortment of English common and re
fined Sheet and Swedish Iron, all at lowest
market rates. Juno28—3m
T HOSE indebted to uie on accounts for
this year, wilt please call and settle up
to July 1st. As my accounts are due at the
end of each quarter, I shall expect prompt
P. S.—Those indebted on old accounts who
have been called on often, had Better pay
soon aud save cost.
D. N. JUDSON.
July 5, 1865. <
* D. N. JUDSON.
ALL KINDS OF COUNTR YPRODUCE
Broad Street, Athens, Ga.
April 19, 1855.
A New Georgia Invention.
G ARLINGT ON’S
Patent TkreskVvvg Mackmc
W HICn is believed to be unequalled for
safety and perfection of work, while the
price is as low as that of any other machine
which will perform the same amount of work
is now on exhibition at the Athens FounJr,,
where it may be seen at any time.
Rights fur 8U>' counties not yet disposed
of, can be purchased, nnd orders for single
machines will be promptly filled.
$<5- They are warranted to do- all that is
claimed for them, and are put jip in a work
man-like manner. ,
JgT Manufactured at Snapping Shoals.
Newton county, Georgia,Hiy • •
T HE House and Lot for^nbrl’y owned and
occupied by Mr. A. N, Piper will be
rcuted low 1 to a good occupant. Apply to
R. NICKERSON, Agent. A. S. C.
STARTLING, BUT TRUE!
What every Woman should
R EADER, are you a hi’.sbmn] or a fatlu-r ?
a wi'"e or a mother 1 Hare you the sin
cere welfare of tlioseyou love at heart l Prove-
your sincerity, and lose no time in learning
what causes interfere with their health and
happiness not less than your own. It will
avoid to you and yours, ns it has to thousands;
many a day of pain and anxiety, followed
by sleepless nights, incapacitating the mind
for its ordi iarv avocation and exhausting
those means for medical attendance,medicines
and advertised nostrums, which otherwi.-e
would provide for declining years,the infirmi
ties of age aud the proper education of. your
Howoflon.it happeus, that the wife lingers
from year to ytar iu that pitiable condition,
as not even for one day to feel the happy
and exhilarating influence incident t» the
enjoyment of heath, nriring from ignorune*
ofthe simplest and pla-nest rides of health
as connected witli the marriage state, the
violation of which entails disease, aud niise-
“And must this continue? Must this ho !
Is there no remedy ? No relief! No hope!’’
The remedy is by knowing the causes and
avoiding them, aud.knowing the remedies: n 1
benefitting by them:
These are pointed out in
THE MARRIED WOMAN’S
PRIVATE MEDICAL COMPANION,
BY DR. A. M. MAUftlCEAU,
PROFESSOR OF DISEASES OF WOMEN.
One Hundredth Edilion (500.000J lBino., pp. "Vr.
[ ON F1XC PAFEH, EXTRA OINOINO, $.109. J
A standard work of established reputation
found classed in the catalogue; of the great
trade sales iu New-York, Philadelphia, and
other cities, and sold by the priucipal book
sellers in the United States. It was first
published in 1847, since which time
Five Hundred TUonrnnd Copies
have been sold, of which there were upwards
of 011c hundred thousand sent by
mail, attesting the high estiiuntiou iu
which it is held ns a reliable popular Medi
cal BOOK FOR EVERY FEMALE
the author having devoted his exclurive at
tention to the treatment of complaints pccu-
liarjto females,iu respeetto which he is yearly
consulted by thousands, both iu person and
Here every womau 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 has
often need of instuction and advice of the
|utmost importance to her future health, iu
respect to which her sensitiveness forbids
consulting a medical gentleman, will find
such instruction aud advice, aud also explain
many symptoms which otherwise would oc
casion anxiety or alarm, as all the peculiari
ties incident to her situation are described.
How many are suffering from obstructions
or irregularities pcculiarto the female system,
which undermine the health, the effects of
which they are ignorant, and for which t heir
delicacy forbids seeking medical advice ?—
Many suffer from prolapsus uteri ( falling of
the womb), or from fluor albus (weakness,
debility, &c.) Many are in com taut ag ny
for many mouths preceding coufmement.—
Many have difficult, if not dangerous delive
ries, aud slow and uncertain recovci ics.—
Some whose lives are hazarded during such
time, will each find u> its pages the means of-
prevention, amelioration and relief.
It is of course impracticable to convey
fully tbc rat ions subjects treated of, ns 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 its extraor
dinary sale, various impositions have been
.attempted, as well on booksellers ns on the
public, by imitations of the title page, spuri
ous editions, nnd surreptitious infringements
‘of copyright, nnd other devices aud decep
tions. it has been found necessary, therefore,
,! ° CAUTION THE PUBLIC
to buy no book unless the words “Dr. A. M.
Maubickau, 120 Liberty Street, N. Y.” is on
(aud the entry iu the Clerk’s Office on the
back of) the title page; and buy only of
respectable ami honorable dealers, or send
by mail, aud address to Dr. A. M. Maurice::u.
Upon receipt of One Dollar. “TUB
MARRIED WOMAN’S VRIVATE MEDI
CAL COMPANION” is sent (mailedfree) t»
any part of the United States, the Canadas
and British Provinces. All letters cii.iM.Ihi
post-paid,anil addressed to Dr. A. M. MAU-
RICEAU. box 1224. New York City. Pule
lidiing Office, No. 129 Liberty Street, New
March 15, 1855.
P URSUANT to an order ofthe Court of
Ordinary of Clarke county, will be sold,
before the court house door of said county,
on the first Tuesday in August next, during
the legal hours of sale: 1 fifavsWm. Hel
ton, amount, prin. $11.57; 1 Vs do., $850
CAPITALS—I Prize of $12,000
1 » 51,000
1 “ 1,500
1 “ i,ioo
10 " 400
1 “ 5,000
i m 2,000
1 '« 1,200
5 “ 1,000
403 prizes, amounting to-_ $50,000
Agcuts wanted in every town and
city in the Union. Ou application, the
terms will be forwarded.
Remember every Prize drawn at each
drawing, under the superintendence of Col.
Geo. M. Logan aud Jas. A. Nisbet, Esq., gen
tlemen -.vho are sworn to a faithful perform
ance of their duty. Prizes paid when due
rg-All orders, rely ou it, strictly confi
dential. Bills on all solvent banks taken at
Whole Tickets $8: Halves <|4 ; Quarters $2.
Address .JAMES V. WINTER.
May 31. Manager, Macon ‘Gr,
University of Georgia,
ATHENS, JUNE 39th, 1855,
T HE Annual Examination of the three
lower Classes in this Institution, will
commence on Monday, 23d 6f July.-
The Commencement Setmou will be deliv
ered in the College Chapel, on Sunday 29tb,
by the Rev. W. G. Conner, of LaGrange.
The Trustees will meet on Monday, 80tli.
The Sophomore Prize Declamation will take
place in the' afternoon of the same day. On
Tuesday, will be the Junior Exhibition, fol
lowed by the award of the Sophomore Med
als, and an Address by the Hon. J. M. Ber
rien. The Society of the Alnnini meet in the
afternoon of the same day.
On Wednesday, will be the Annual Com
In consequence of a change of Vacations,
the next College Term will open on the first
day of October, at which time those wishing
to apply for any Class, will do well to lie
present. As, however, many may not be
aware of the change, the Faculty will exam
ine any who present themselves on Saturday,
2Stb July. A. HULL,
July 5, , Scc’ry.
Chronicle & Sentinel copy three times.
§12.12j prin.; 1 vs Henry Sanders, $15.00 p.;
1 vs do., $21.00 prin.; and I vs Wm. A.
Mauglum, $12'50 prin.; and the following
notes:! on James Hayes for $2.60 prin;
on Henry Sanders, $3.25 priu.; Ion
James Glosson, $2.63 prin ; 1 on Win. C.
Wood, $15.00 prin : Ion A. D E. Griffeih,
$1.90 priu., 1 on Wm. XL Caulcy, $10.00
prin.—or. $5.00 ; I on do., $2000 prin.; 2
on James S. Wilder, each $21.VI prin.; I or
J. P. Cole, $3.75 prin.; 1 ou Leroy Johnson
$8.73 prin.; 1 on Peter Helton, $4.12J prin,
l.on Jesse Cole, $1.25 prin.; 1 on
ClavSiC Slicrill' s Sale.
■*ttILL be sold, before the court bouse door
YY in Walkinsville, Clarke county, on the
first Tuesday in August next, within the le
gal hours of sale, Lot of Land with its appur
tenances,lyiug in said county, joining lands
of Hours L. Edw ardx and Thomas P. Brooka.
Levied on as the property of New tou Hinson
to satisfy a mortgage fif» issued from the Sit
Deriot Court of said county, in favor of Tho
mas Amis. LEWIS J. L AMPKIN,
CITIZENS OF ATHENS.
C AN be furnished with Ire at. their r si-
dences at 5 cts. per lb if a dub of twenty-
five will each take five pounds or more every
day (Sundays excepted.) Persons desirous of
accepting the above proposition will pirn e
leave their names at Combs nnd Co’s. Kx;uv.-.s
office. Athens, July 12.H65.
30,000 lbs. Bacon.
S ANSOM & PITTARD arc in r cv'.pt of
IHIRTY THOUSAND POUNDS very
superior cured Tennessee BACON, wbivh
they will sell nt the lowest market price fi-r
Cash. July 5—St
A Plantation for sale.
I OFFER for sale inj Plantation two .m l a
half miles below \V«tkiusvilb-,'i mi j the
*, place fprmrvly owned by ltev. I. N. Gb nr.
.; *t contains upwards of six Immlred acres*
Atins about oue-half cleared, w« II improved, with
and 1 do. on Wm. Kilgore for $1 25. All
of said fifas issued in favor of Drewry J.
Hamilton, now dec’d, and all said notes and
accounts belonging to his estate, aud to be
sold lor the benefit of his distributees.
Terms on the day of sale.
J. W. HAMILTON, Adm’r.
P URSUANT to an order of the honorable
the Court of Ordinary of Clarke county,
will be sold before tbe court house door of
said county, on the first Tuesday in Sept’r
next, during the legal hours of sale, negro
woman, Penina. about twenty-nine years old,
and her four children—Lucy, about seven.
Wiley, about five, Alonzo, about four, and
Fanuv. about one and a half year old. To be
sold as the property of Isabella MeRce, late
of said county, deceased. Terms on the day
of sale. ' ROWAN McREE, Adm.
May 17, 1855. td
ful negro folios
JOHN CAl.ViN JOHNSON.
June 28,1855. tf
Neiv Tailoring Establishment!
H AVING secured the service. «f O P
Caldwell, former Cutter for W ir. O
Price, Of August* nn*l Savannah, I will h ive
! executed in the neatest and most f.ishioaa-
' ble8tylo. all orders confided t« mu* call.
July 28,1855. U, L. BLOOMFIELD
TO HOUSE KEEPER*
W. LUCAS is now receiving a
assortme »t of
Lace and Muslin Curiam -
Handsome Shades for Par!
“pURB St Thomas’ ■ Bay Water, ju?t rc-
L ceited and for sale by
Apl 19. I> N. JUDSON
Handsome Rugs and E
pets. All of which he offer