The Time ol F*ayer.
When the morning sunbeamshincth,
On the fragrance laden air,
And thou art refreshed with slumber,
Then should he a rime of prayer.
When the sun with noon tide splendor.
Fills all vision every where,
And thou needed rest art taking,
That may bo n lime of prayer i
\Y hen tiic day's declining shadows
Und they labors, toil and care,
lire tkou seekest wonted slumber.
Bow the knee In humble prayer!
Should the midnight ever find thee
Wakeful on thy couch—Ob' there.
There's a time for solemn musing,
That's the time for secret prayer!
When in health and buoyant gladness,
Life is joyous, bright and fuir,
Tout should bo a time to utter
Thankful gratitude in prayer 1
When alHictcd, pained and wounded—
Yen, when sickness lays thee bare,
J.’oubt nut, four not, but confiding,
Breathe thy soul in earnest prayer!
Should'st thou ever be exposed
To the world’s delusive snare.
Or its wily arts perplex thee,
That’s the time for urgent prayer ?
When the Holy Spirit woos thee,
Iu tby closet, lonely there,
Or, before assembled thousands,
Then engage in fervent prayer!
In the wnlkr of life, wherever
'• hey may lead, through dark or fair—
In the forest, on the highway,
Ever keep a heart of prayer !
Thou will find it •. consoling,
All sustaining guardian here—
* Tis tho master-key of heaven!
Pure, confiding, ardent prayer!
THE WAY TO MAKE VOTES.
An important election is about to take
place in Charleston—that of High Sher*
iff, one of the most honorable offices in
the State. The candidates are Col.
John E. Carew, late editor of the Mer
cury, a native and a Protestant, and
Mr. Kanapaux, a foreigner and a
Roman Catholic. Great interest is felt
in the contest, and we have heard it
suggested that an effort would be made
to import a number of foreign votes from
the neighboring cities, to help out Mr.
Kanapaux. Be this as it may, the fol
lowing table, showing the number of
foreigners naturalized in Charleston in
three days, will show how voters are
manufactured for tbe occasion;
On Monday 21
On Tuesday 63
On Thursday. ,.40
• *“ 1 —
Total in the three days 124
What has here been done in Charles
ton. can be and is done elsewhere. It is
a common thing for naturalization
papers to be issued just on the eve of
elections, and not unfrequently they are
granted to persons who have just arrived
in the country. Is it right ? All
bonest men will answer, No. Why
then should not all honest men unite
with the American party, one of whose
objects is the extension of the time of
probation, and the stricter enforcement
of our naturalization laws? These 124
foreigners may decide the flection in
Charleston, in favor of their brother
foreigner, and against a “ native.” The
issue is distinctly made—a foreigner
against a native. A fact so full of
meaning calls for no comment.—iSavan
No. 12, Frauklin House Range, (L. J.
Lampkiu’s old stand.)
Win. J. Morton,
(SUCCESSOR TO WM.M. MOHTOJf 4- SOJVJ
R espectfully announces to the public
that he is now offering for sale, at the
above stand,alarge aud variedaaaortmeiitof
SSAPLE AND FANCY
Groceries, Crockery, Hardware,
The stock is entirely new, and will be sold
at prices to suit the times.
His friends and the public are respectfully
invited to qall and examine for themselves
MT Tlie Books and Accounts of the laic
firm of William M. Morton & Son will lie
fouud at his stove, and those indebted are
requested to call and settle.
Athens, May 10,1855. tf
A PROTESTANT COW
An Irishman who is the proprietor of!, iolio ^ w S I s ai
n hoarding shnnty on the Cincinnatti R. l letterirora Rev. J° bn
Road, recently purchased a cow, which,
being rather wild, he bad to halter and
lend home. When he arrived at the
door of the shunty, his better half open
ed (lie conversation thus:
“ Well, 1'ar, where did you get that
“ Sure I got her of Mr. H.”
'* What!” said she,“did you buy a
have uone so,it won t De any
a little holy water upon her. 1
“ l’aith, that’s well thought of,” said
PaL So without relinquishing his hold
of the brute, he held out his hand to
receive the holy water and rubbed it on
C. W. & H. R. J. LONG,
Wholesale and Retail Druggists,
EEP constantly on hand a large and well
selected stock of
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
Dye Stuffs, Brushes, Windoio Glass,
-Piltty, $c. $c.
Also, dealers in French, English and Ameri
can Chemicals, Drugs, Medicines, Per-
fnmery and Fancy Articles.
Physicians, merchants and all others can
depend upon their orders meeting prompt
attention, upon the most accommodating
Theirgoods will he warranted ns repre
WESLEY ON ROMANISM.
The following is an extract from a
:ter from Rev. John Wesley, dated
“City Road, 1790. : ’ It expresses the
view that it is impossible to make a Ro
man Catholic a citizen of a Protestant or
Republican government.—He says
“With persecution I have nothing to
do.—I persecute no man for his religious
principles. Let there be as boundless
a freedom in religion as any man can
conceive. But this does not touch the
from a Proliant! But as you|P°' n ^ > •« religion, true or false,
done so.it won’t be any barm to put “'.‘"'f ° ul ° f U J e 1 ue5 " 0 "’ S “P^> 3e *>■?
J F 1 Bible, if you please, to be a fable, and
the Koran to be the word of God. I
consider not whether the Romish reli
gion be true or false; I build nothing on
one or the other supposition. Therefore
the animal’s backTmakFng •bo’theVigo I awa / wit ® a11 Z oa * common P lace deda
of the cross, at tbe time of performing “ atl ° n ab ?. ut . “fiance and peraeca
the operation. tI0n for rd, g‘ on! Suppose every word
It so happened that the old woman of Po Pf P,ua 8 * re ** l ° b ® trae! ® n p-
landed him, by mistake, a bottle of I C °Tt have been
•vitriol, and Par, being unaware of the ,nfall,ble . ; yet 1 i nSl!st “P 01 ? ~ tbdt
-act, felt astonished that the cow should g°vernmmt not Roman Catholic ought
wince so under the operation, but on t0 tole f ate men of tbe R° mtin Catholic
rubbing on the supposed holy water a P e ” uasJon .. , .. , ,
■second time, the infuriated animai kicked L 1 P rove lb,s by a P la,n ar S umeat 5 ( let
up her heels and broke loose from Pat, him answer it that can)-that no Roman
to the astonishment of Wolly, who ex- Cathohc does, or cangivesecuntyfor his
claimed • allegiance or peaceable behavior, I prove
Ilowly Mither of Moses! Isn’t the u lh “* ^ a ?° man . Catholic n ? axi “>
Protestant strong in her yet?” established not by private men, but by
The trutl, of the story is vouched for by public, council, that ‘‘no faith is to be
a boarder in the shanty.—Ohio exchange, j 16 ? 1 with heret.es. This has been open-
6 ly avowed by the Council of Constance;
A Yankee conveying an English gen- but h was n . ever °P enly disclaimed —
tlcmnn round Boston, took him to Bun- Whether private persons avow or dis-
ker Hill. They stood looking at ,h e avow >», it i* 8 fixed maxim of the Church
splendid shaft, when the Yankee said : of Rome. But as long as it is so, noth-
“This is tbe spot where Warren fell.” in S be “ ore Pj, ain * , lhan that th *
“Ah!” replied the En»lishmhn, evi- members of that Church can give no
dently not posted up in local historical | reasonable security to any government
matters, “did it ’urt ’im much ?” for their allegiance and peaceable be-
The native looked at him with the navior - Therefore they ought not to he
expression of fourteen 4th Julys in Iris I tolrrated by tiny government, Protestant,
countenance “Hurt him J” he exclaim- Moharaedan, or Pagan,
ed, “he was killed, Sir !” Again : Those who acknowledge the
“Ah, *e was, eh ?” said the stranger spiritual power of the Pope can give no
still eyeing the monument, and coraput- securit J for their alIe g iance “> any gov-
ing its height in his own mind, layer by ernm,!Dt » but a11 Roinan Catholics ac-
layer. “Well I should think ’e would ave knowledge this, and therefore they can
been ’uit, to fall so far.” give no security for their allegiance.
Nay, not only the Pope but a priest
“Is it very ,ickl, here r raid a eon of ^“ 'he power to pardon eine! Bat they
the Emerald Isle the other day , 0 that acknowledge th, ? not, possibly gtre
J any secunty for their allegiance to any
,. v „» i- j i- . „ J government. Oaths are no security at
P J‘a 11 companion, “agreat j,,, ; for the priest ran pardon both per
many have died this year who never 1 — - r v
New Spring & Summer
P. W. LUCAS,
Is now receiving a large and handsome as-
assortment of all kinds of goods, suited to
the season, consisting ot—
LADllS’ DRESS GOODS,
Silks, Bareges, Tissues, Crapes, Muslins,
Lawns, Cambrics, Ginghams, Calicoes, Ac.
EMBROIDERED AND MILLINE
Collars, Collaretts. Mantillas, Laces.Edging,
Dress Trimming, Ribbons, Gloves, Hosiery
Ladies and Gentlemen, Linen Cambric
Handkerchiefs, Silk Handkerchiefs, Ging
Mourning Satins, Bombasine, Challeys,
Crapes. Bareges, Ginghams, Muslins, Cali
coes, &c., &c,
All kinds mourning trimmings.
Cloths, Cas8imeres and Vestings, and all
kinds of Sammer Goods, tor Men’s «nd
HATS, CAPS, BOOTS, SHOES.
All kinds of Summer Hats for Boy’s;
All kinds Ladies’ and Childrens Shoes and
Table and Bed Linens, Linen Sheetings, and
Pillow Case Linens, Damask Table Cloths,
Damask Towels, Crash Dowlas, &.C.
HARDWARE AND CUTLERY OF
Smith’s Tools; Tanner’s Tools; Mill Irons,
Smut Machines, Mill Saws. Bolting Cloths.
Blasting powder, Rifle powder, Safty Fuse;
C&rpettings, Mattings, Rugs, Matts, Floor
Cloths, &c.; all of which he offers at the
lowest market prices, either for cash or ap
proved credit [Athens, April 12
New Firm and New Goods.
WATCHES AND JEWELRY. SILVER
AND PLATED WARE, MUSICAL
INSTRUMENTS, dc. dc.
illandevillc & Talmadge
H AVE jnst returned from New,York.with
a large aud beautiful assortment of the
above named articles, which they will sell
cheaper thau can bo purchased elsewhere
A great variety of rich Jewelry of the latest
style Broaches, Pins, Ear and Finger Rings,
gold guard aud fob chains, gold Pens and
Pencils, gold and silver Buckles, gold and
SPECTACLES TO SUIT ALL AGES,
and a good assortment of col'd Glasses;
Warronted sterling silver table, dessert and
teaspoons, silver Forks, and all other articles
usually kept iu a Jewelry store.
The superior advantages which the sub
scribers possessover those unacquainted with
the business, in purchasing directly from the
manufacturers and importers, and being
practical jewelers, renders them capable ot
properly judging the value of all they pur
chase and recommend to the public.
In the department of Watch and Jewelry
Repairing, we are determined, by careful
and neat workmanship, punctuality and low
prices, to merit the approbation of the public
An assortment of CLOCKS, of the latest
stple, always on hand, from seventy-five cts.
to one hundred and seventy-five dollars—all
warranted perfect time-keepers.
A. S Ma.ndevii.le, I W. A.Taljiadge.
Corner of Broad street and College Av.
one door east ol'Peterson's bookstore.
Combs & Co’s Express Office.
T. M. LAMPKIN, Agt, Athens, Go.
P ACKAGES left in theevening at the of
fice of this Southern Company, owned
and operated by Sonthern 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 forwarding
packages with the greatest possible expedi
tion, commends itself to the patronage of
the Southern peopie. April 29.
QCJ Office at the old stand of A. K. Childs,
next door to the Franklin House.
ir No Package or Freight of any de
scription will be shipped, unless notified of
it at the office.
T HIS comfortable and commodious estab
lishment, located on the Public Square,
is now open for the reception of transient
and permanent boarders. No effort shall be
wanting to render guests comfortable.
A. ERWIN, Proprietor
Clarkesville, April 19, 1855.
W HEREAS, Isaac M. Kenney applies to
me for Letters of Administration on the
estate of John M. Clark, late of said county
These are therefore to cite and admonish
all and singular the kindred and creditors of
said deceased to be and appear at my office
on or before the first Monday in July next, to
show cause (if any they have) why said Let
ters should not then be grauted to the appli
cant or to such other person or persons as the
Court may think proper.
Given under my hand, at office, this 9tli
day of May, 1855.
MaylT A- M. JACKSON, Ordinary.
A11 old customer named Ami, going
tliome rather tight, mistook the house,
and finally began to doubt bisown iden
tity, and began soliloquizing thus : ‘Am
1 Ami or am I not Ami ? If I am not
Ami, who tbe deuce atn I?”
jury and high treoson,
Setting then religion aside, it is plain,
that upon principles of reason, no gov
ernment ought to tolerate Roman Ca
tholics as citizens
Education’s Riz !—A precious youth,
in a country town in Massachusetts, had
arrived at the age of nine years, when
his father sent him to school,
beside the teacher to repeat the letters
of the alphabet.
“ What's that ?” asked the master.
“ Ilarrer !‘ ; vociferated the urchin
*• No, that’s A.”
“ Well, what’s the next?”
“ No, it’s B.”
Sag Niciits.—The Louisville Journ
al says of the new secret order, the Sag
Nichts, which has been instituted under
the auspices of the administration at
“The settled design is to make this
He stood I new secret organization extend through
out the Union and embrace the whole
anti-American party. In our city of
Louisville, it already consists of two
thousand members, according to the
public boasts of one of the regular
Democratic organs at this point, and we
all know that two thousand is the whole
or about tbe whole of the anti-American
strength of the city.
The Journal has obtained full and au-
CONSTANTLY on hand, a large and well
' J assorted lot of plain, fancy and Japanned
P. A. SUMMEY & BRO S
C OOKING and Office Stoves, in great vari
ety, constantly_on hand, at low prices,by
P. A.SUMMEY &BRO.
4 LARGE and well selected lot of Gents and
XI. Ladies’ Shoes^ for sale low, by
P. A. SUMMEY & BRO.
TO THE TRAVELLING PUBLIC.
SAULTM & IYY
A T their old stand, near the FranklinHousc,
Athens, Ga. are better prepared than
ever heretofore to meet the wants of the tra
Those wishing to hire Coaches, Carriages,
Hacks, Buggies, or Saddle Horses, are invited
to give them a call—as they have finer Coach
es and better stock than at any time hereto
fore, while their Drivers are as careful as can
the some time their terms are as
good as the best. R.Saulter, Z.Ivy.
TjlXTRA blasting and Rifle Powder, a large
Li lot. English and American gnu caps^toi
ale by P. A. SUMMEY & BRO.
. STILL TRIUMPHANT,
A ND after a thorough trial by innumerable
living witnesses, has proved itself to be
THE MEDICINE OF THE AGE
Although there have been many medicinal
preparations brought before tbe public since
the first introduction < f Perry Davis’Vegeta
ble Pain Killer, and large amounts expended
iu their introduction, the Pain Killer has
continued to steadily advance in the estima
tion of the world as the best Family Medi
cine ever introduced. As an internal and
external remedy it is truly a source of
JOY TO THE WORLD.
One positive proof of its efficacy is, that
the sales have constantly increased, and
wholly upon its own merits, as the proprie
tors have not resorted to advertising to gain
for it the rank it now holds among the great
number of preparations of the present time.
The effect of the Pam Killer upon the pa
tient, when taken internally in cases of
Colds, Cough, Bowel Complaints, Cholera,
Dysscntery and other affections of the sys
tem, has been truly wonderful, and has now
for it a name among medicinal preparations
that can never be forgotten. Its success iu
removing pain, as an external remedy, in
cases of burns, bruises, sores, sprains, cuts,
sting of insects and other causes of suffering,
has secured for it such a host of testimony,
as an almost infallible remedy, that it will
be handed down to posterity as one of the
greatest medical discoveries of the nine
teenth century. The magical effects of the
Pain Killer when taken or used according to
directions, are certain. You have only to be
sure that you buy the genuine article and
adhere'to the directions in its use, and you
will admit its wonderful medicinal
The genuine Perry Davis’ Pain Killer is
now put up in panel bottles, with the words
Davis’ Vegetable Pain Killer blown in the
glass; and with two steel eDgraved labels
on each bottle—one an excellent likeness of
Perry Davis, the Original inventor of the
medicine, the other a steel engraved note of
hand—none others can be relied upon as ge
nuine. Price of bottles 121-2 cents, 25 cents,
60 cents and $1, respectively.
PERRY DAVIS & SON, Proprietors,
No. *14 High st., Providence, RI.
The Pain Killer is s >ld by C. W.<fc H. R. J.
Loses, and Smith & Hill, Athens.
Ia£~ Beware of counterfeits put up in the
old style. May 3
WM. N. WHITE.
That Commission House
TINLEY & HERRON'S,
rilH B only house doing business in that city
Jl that actually had any experience in Re
ceiving and Forwarding of Goods previous
to the South Carolina Railroad quitting the
business in July last, is still open for the
Receiving and Forwarding of all kinds ofgoods
wares, merchandise, machinery, prouuco,
If you want your goods forwarded without
the vexatious delays and euormous expense
bills paid the last season, aud at the same
time have yonr business done in snch a man
ner that somebody will be made responsible for
the damaged and lost packages, consign them
to Tinley & Herron, who have Received
and Forwarded all Goods consigned to them
during all the past season without any extra
charge over those established rates os giten
below, and up to this time have not encoun
tered a solitary complaint.
Our Mr. Herron was Clerk of the Receiv
ing and Forwarding Department of the South
Carolina Rail Road Company for tho past
seven years and is •perfectly familiar with
all their books, freight tariffs and rules
of shipment,both by railroads and vessels, to
gether with the mode of procedure to secure
iamages and pay for lost articles from other
parties, the proper steps of which will be
taken in all such cases without loss or delay
to the owners. Another important advantage
is that his thorough knowledge ofall freights
and rules ofshipment enables him to instantly
detect and correct any overcharge in .the
Bills of lading which in all cases has to be
done at that time, or be lost to the owner, in
many instances greatly exceeding the com
missions we charge. He was also raised in
Charleston, is perfectly acclimated and free
from the contagions of that city, therefore
we will under all circumstances faithfully
discharge any business entrusted to us.
All produce, such as Wheat, Flour, Corn,,
Corn Meal, Bacon, Lard,Butter, Eggs,Cotton
Rice, Rye, Oats,Hay, Tobacco, Wool, Feath
ers, Beeswax, Potato> s, Onions, &c', consign
ed to us will be promptly sold and tho pro
ceeds returned without keeping the money
a few months to speculate upon; for we wish
it distinctly understood that we engage in
no speculation whatever; all that we want
is our commission, as follows:
For Receiving and Forwarding all ordinary
packages of goods 10 cts; large packages of
urniture and machinery, charges according
to responsibility. Iron and steel in loose
bars 10 cts per hundred lbs., and storable
for advancing freights and charges 2 1-2 per
cent, which you can save by depositing the
money with as for selling produce 2 1-2
per cent. We will also fill all orders in this
market, making the best selections for our
patrons, at 1 1-2 per cent.
Charleston, Jan. 1st, 1856.
Wo beg leave to refer to the following
Rev. Thos. W. Atkin, Maj. M. M. Gaines,
P. D. Gates, 12 Broadway, New York.
Col. James Gadsden, Charleston.
John Caldwell, President of S. C. R. R,
Thos. Warning, Auditor “ “ “ “
John King, Agent “ “ “
Hyatt, McBurney & Co., and J. S & L,
Bowie & Co., Charleston.
W. B. A. Ramsey, Secretary of State ; A.
R. Crozier, Comptroller of Treasury, and
M. M. Swan, Nashville, Tenn.
French & Van Epps, andj. J. Bryant,
Q. A. Tipton, Railroad Agent, and meich-
ante generally, Loudon, Tennesse.
N. m m n & Son., T. J. & 0. Powell,
Craighead and Deaderick, Knoxville, Tonne-
W. & T Harris,Inman &. Hamilton. Brun
ner & Mitchell, Fains & King, Dandridge,
S CYTHE Blades, Grass Scythes,Reaphooks
aud Scythe Snathes, for sale by
April 13 P. A. SUMMEY & BRO.
D RIED Beef, Smoked Halibut, and pick-
led Beef Tongues, new and fine. For sale
low, by T. Bishop A Son. April 26.
R AISINS, Almonds, Currants, Citron,
Spices of all kinds, flavoring Extracts,
G elatiiie, Cocoa Paste, dc. &c. For sale by
T. B ishop d Son. April 26.
STATE OF GEORGIA—Green County.
B Y virtue of ■ n order from the honorable
Court of Ordinary of said county, passed
at its regular term, in April, 1855, will be
sold at the court house door, in Watkinsville,
Clarke couuty ,andState aforesaid, between
the lawful hours of sale, on the first Tuesday
in August next, a house and lot, in the town
of Athens, now occupied by Rev. M. Leine-
baugh, also, two other adjoining houses and
lots—one of which is now occupied by R..S.
Sohevenel—the other a small lot in the rear.
Sold as the property of Edward Lampkin,
deceased, for a distribution among the lega
tees. LEWIS J. LAMPKIN, Adm’r.
June21,l855. with the will annexed.
3 list HeceiveA,
A FRESH SUPPLY OF
THE GREAT DISCOVERY!!
O/ for curling the HAIB-O
F OR many yearsit has been the object of
deepest Study with chemists and others
to produce a fluid that, applied to the hair,
would cause it to wave and curl equal in beau
ty to the natural curl.
Is the only article ever offered to the world
that will effect this most desirable object.
But three or four applications are necessary
to curl it as much as may be desired, aud 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 reccummended 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., O.
May 3, 1855.
Taint B, neither! it’s an ox-voke. I . i ".' i ww-'w
Why crotch »n he,clock > gosh a mighty! 'i?'!',’ 0 In , f » rm ' l !»“ '<*“">*»« ? he jf**
think 1 doc’, know !’’ Nichts and promises soon to make them
public. It says they have adopted a
,, x . . . system of discipline more rigid andstrin-
oss. An old farmer, whose nl anc j minute than any ever before
son had died was visited by a ne.gb- heard of in the annals ot t conflict
bor, who had began to condole with him 1 — - - - * -
on his loss.
—its his 0*11 loss—lie was or awe r | utmost solemnity. They have their
. .... . J pass-words, their signs and signals, every
sir, for information,’ said a thing, in fine, for which they have so
very gras e member of a legislative body, 1 ferociously denounced the Know Noth
who was not remurkble for his astuteness
Pine Apple Cheese,
English DaTy do.
Dried Beef, and
For sale by
.id began to conoole with him They admit no man to their assemblage,
*’ y} ® 5S * 2s° such thing Ljjj he has assumed obligations of the
\.I1 OsS lie V\0S of age. I ntmnet cnlpmnitv Tliott Imva fbpir
for his astuteness
or political acenmen. “ I am very glad
to hear ,it ” said his coleague. •• for no
man stands more in need of it,”
* You want a flogging, that’s what
you want,’ said a parent to hi* son. ‘J
know il did, but I’ll try and get along
without it,’ was the self-sacrificing reply
4af the brat.
When ycu sec a big wiggle tail, mak
ing nierryll your glass of water at the
tavern table, be thankful. There is
good evidence you haven’t swallowed
It is said that Mr. Youatt, of Eng
land, in cases of persons bitten by mad
dogs, has healed more than four hund
red cases with muriate of silver, and
not one had any symptoms of hydro
A fleece weighing twenty-eight and a
half pounds has been sheared from a
merino sheep at Newburgh, Cuyahogo
Counly, Ohio. Another of the same
flock yielded a fleece weighing eighteen
Old Port Wine,
Old Sherry Wine,
Porter and Ale,
Fine Segars, and
D. N JUDSON,
3road and Jackson at., Athens.
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, do
April 12. H. H. CAMP Adm‘r.
IRON AND BRA S S
AND MACHINE WORKS
I RON and Brass Castings of every variety;
Improved Iron Frames, Circular Saw-
Mills—warranted equal to the best. Steam-
Engines, Forcing-Pumps, Gold-Mining Mills,
Gin, and all other kinds of gearing. Mill-
Irons aud all kinds of Machinery made to
order. , ,
Iron Fencing of select patterns, Plough
and Wagon Castings P nd Dog-Irons. Every
variety of Repairing and wrought-iron work
Our general assortment of patterns are the
accumulation of years. A list will be sent
those addressing (post paid,)
REUBEN NICKERSON, Agent
jan 18 Athens Steam Co.
N. B. Old copper, brass and iron castings-
wanted. i y
A Cottage Residence.
C ONTAINING eight good rooms, with*
closets, pantry, and dairy, &c. A good
kitchen, smoke-house, servants rooms,stable,
carriage-house and other out buildings.
The lot contains two acres, is well im
proved, has on it a never-failing well, of flq-
good cool water as can be had in Clarke coun-
f, and a number of ehoiee fruit trees.
Situated in Cebham, town of Athens.
Apply to C.S. OLIVER.
aens April 5,1855,
F RESH Candies and Maple Sugar, receri
ed this day and for sale by
Apl 19. D. N. JUDSON.
_ . SPRING
I S upon us in all its glory, and summer is
is fast advancing. With these seasons also
come diseases peculiar to them, in the form of
Eruptions, Pimples, Blotches, and worst of
all, Ring-Worm. The best remedy for such,
and certainly the most agreeable, is “Mar
shall’s Ring-worm and Tetter Lotion.” It will
•cert linly cure, and quickly—it does not stain
the skin, and is an agreeable perfume. For
sale by the Druggists generally, and by
W. H. d J. TURPIN,
Dealers in pure Family Medicines,
JunelS Broad street, Augusta, Ga.
rpHE copartnership lathe Franklin Job Office, here-
1 tofore existing, under the firtr of Christy &. Kelseti,
is this day dissolved by mutual consent The business
will be continued by J. H. Christy—by whom the debts
of the late concern will be paid, and who alone is au
thorized to collect the demands due to it.
JOHN H. CHRISTY,
Athens, Jan 11 1S5R. WILLI AT,I
AVE just received a large stock of c
. of Cr<
. '^le ena 01 each quai
D. N. JUDSON.
meat of Crockory, which I will sell for cash
or prompt payment at the end of each quar
Jan. 18, 1855.
W OLF’S Aramatic Schiedam Schnapps a
superlative tonic diaretic anti dyspep
tic and invigorating cordial, just received
and for sale by
Apl 19. D. N. JUDSON.
N EW CROP N. C. Surups, very choice,
just received by
T. BISHOP A SOX.
A choice lot, at 16 cents, just received at
Dec? I. M. KENNEY’S.
F ROM the “ Pioneer Mills,” near Athens,
for sale, at factory prices, at the store of
May24 D. N. -JUDSON.
MT EAGLE TRIPOLI.
T HE best article known for cleaning and
polishing all kinds of metals, Windows,
razors and glass ware. A supply just re
ceived, direct from tho manufacturers, and
for sale, low. Dealers supplied on liberal
terms. T. BISHOP & SON.
O F both forms, (long and short) together
with the process attached—just printed
and for sale at this Office. Also, various
Of”Any Blanks not on hand—as, indeed,
almost any kind of job printing—can he fur
nished on a few hoars’ notice
T O ALL PERSONS afflicted with Sexnal
cisease, such as Seminal Weakness, Iu-
poteuce, Gonorrhoea, Gleet, Syphilis. &c.
The Howard Association of Philadelphia,
in view of the awful destruction of human
life and health, caused by Sexual diseases,
and the deceptions which are practised tip-
on the unfortunate victims of such diseases
by Qnacks, have directed their consulting
Surgeon, ns a charitable act worthy of their
name, to give Medical advice gratis, to all
persons thus afflicted, (Male or Female,)'
who apply by letter, (post-paid) with a de
scription of their condition, (age, occupa
tion, habits of life, ao.) and in cases of ex
treme poverty and suffering to furnishing
medicines free of charge.
The Howard Association is a benevolent
Institution, established by special endow
ment, for the relief of the sick and distres
sed,afflicted with *• Virulent and Epidem
ic diseases,” and its funds can be used for-
no other purpose. It has now a surplus of
means, which the Directors have voted to
advertise the above notice. It is Heedless
to add that the Association commands the
highest Medical skill of the age.
Address,(post-paid,)Dr. Geo. R. Calhoun,
Cousulting Surgeon, Howard Association,
By order of the Directors.
EZRA D. HEARTWELL, Pres.
Geo. Fairchild, Sea May 3.
BUCKETS AND PAILS.
W HITE and red cedar, oak, and a variety
of painted buckets and pails, for sale
low, by P.A. SUMMEY & BRO.
B LACKSMITH’S and Carpenter’sTools. in
great variety, for sale by
' ~ ■ vtj Mi ~
P. A.SUMMEY & BRO
A LARGE lot of suporfine and extra family
Flour, in sacks and extra barrels, for
sale by P. A. SUMMEY & BRO
lip! Pay up!
T HE undersigned most earnestly requests all persons
indebted to the late firms of Cmurrr,Kelsey Sl
Burke, and Christyt Kelsey.—as also those owing
him individually—to Pay up at once: Many of
these claims have been outstanding a longtime, and all
mustabsolutely be settled without delay.
He trusts that a sense of right and justice will lead
everyone indebted to settle up immediately. If, how
ever. it shall turn out that he is mistaken in this, he will
be forced, however reluctantly, to“ try what virtue
here is in* law janl8 J. H. CHRISTY.
J UST Received an extra article cf pure
Port Wine expressly for medical purpo
ses. Also a large lot ol Flavouring Ex
tracts for catenary uses and flavouring.—
Ico cream Ac., for sale cheap by
Apl 19. D. N. JUDSON.
T HE subscriber has recently opened the
Sky-Light Dagnerrean Gallery nearly
opposite the Bank, where he is prepared to
take LIKENESSES in all kinds of weather,
uuJ in the most beautiful style of the art.
The public are invited to call and examine
specimens. J. F. O’KELLY.
Athens, Feb 1 tf
W E again earnestly request all who are
indebted tons, to come and make pay-
must close the business of the old firm
May 10 LUCAS <fc BILLUPS.
SACKS SALT, large size and in
first order, jast received and for
sale low by
Apl 19, T. BISHOP A SON.
H EART’S Ease; Bell Smith Abroad;
My Brother’s Keeper, by Miss Warner,
Pardee’s Gardener’s Companion;
Kerns’ Landscape Gardening;
Household Words, vol. x.
Johnson’s Agricultural Chemistry;
Long Look Ahead, by author of James
Abbott’s Stories, vol. vi.
May24 At "WHITE’S Bookstore.
Preserves, and all sorts of 3?iCKLESfbr
sale by P. A SUhiMEY & BRO.
ICE! ICE! ICE!
T HE citizens of Athens can be supplied
with Ice, at the Athens House, at the
From 1 to 60 lbs, 4 cts per lb,
“ 50 “ 100 “ 8i “ “ “
100 and over, 8 “ “ “
May 81, W. H. DORSEY, Agent
T W O months after date, I shall apply to
the Court ot Ordinary, of Hall oonuty,
for leave to sell all tho roal estate of Law?
rence Logan, deceased; and also the real es
tate of Patrick Logan, decease I.
SARAH A. LOGAN, Adm’r.
Bacon ! Bacon ! !
Of! p.f\A LBS. The finest lot ever of-
Oy \JvJw fered in this market, for sale
bw by P. A. SUMMEY d BRO.
E XTRA Fine French Cglf Skins, just re
ceived aad for sale, low, by T. Bishop <fc
Son. March 22.
A CCOUNT8 for the last quarter are now
1wL doe, and payment thereof required.
Aprils D. N. JUDSON.
A PPLE VINEGAR—Best article at
June, 31. I. M. KENNEY,
Wild Western Scenes. Peep of Day, Frank
Farleigh,M„ : ,nnie Grey, Alone—and a variety
of othei; new works, entirely too numerous to
mention. Also, Blank Books, <&o. Sold low
for oash. or at 9 months. Call and examine.
JuneU WM. N. WHITE,
Corner Broad st. a College Avenue.
W OODRUFF’S Dysenterry Cordial, Bran-
dreth’s Pills, and Moffat’s Life Pills
and P. esnix Bitters, are still kept for sale at
the old stand of J. S. Peterson," corner of
Broad street and College Avenue, by
Mayl7 WM. N. WHITE.
OO TO KENNEY’S
A NR buy, at cost,a good article of Sc;
Xi_ Augers, Horae Rasps, H & D H w .
Chisels, MiU Fib*- Blind Bridles, Horse
Collars, Huitnes, Wagon Boxes, Wire Sifters,
aud Spike Gimblcts.
As lie wishes to discontinue keeping those
articles, ho offers his present stock of them
at 01st for oash. June 21,
VERY dollar now due me on notes and
T WO months after date, I shall apply
to the Court of Ordinary of Hall county,
for leave to soli all the real estate and ne
groes belonging to tho estate of Robert Ar
mour, deceased, late of said county.
JuneU WILLIAM ARMOUR, Adm.
spond ? May 8. 1. M. K
SANSOM & PITTAED,
A RE offering at a reduced price a well
il selected stock of Staple Dry Goods
Cutlery, Hardware and Crockeryware.—
With a choico selection of Family Grooeries.
While returning thanks to thei • friends
for past patronage, they earnestly request
those who are indebted to them on notes and
accounts for the years 1S58 add 1854 to call
and pay at least a part.
June 14,1855. SANSOM <* PITTAED.
JUST RECEIVED Ill
J OHNSTON'S Agricultural Chemistry,
"Burnhams Hen Fever,
Harpers Story Book, 6 vol’s.
Life of Lady Blessington,
Curtis Hist, of Constitution,
Abbotts King’s and Queen’s or life in tbe
Palace, £ ;
Strickland’s Queens of Scotland,new vol
The North and South,
Mayhew’s Peasant Boy Bhilosopher.
Apll9. W. N. WHITE.
W. G. DELON Y,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
W l L L give his special attention to collect
ing, and to the claims of all persons en
titled to La.nd Wsrrasts, under the late
Bounty Land Bill of the last Congress.
tdT Office on Broad Street over the star©
of I. M. Kenney.
L AMP and TRAIN OIL.—Bleached Winter
and Fall Sperm Oil, and a superior arti
cle of Train Oil, by the barrel or gallon.
A FRESH and good article of Rice always
on band at P. A. SUMMEY & BRO’S
Court of Ordinary of said county,
HB7 HEREAS, James L. Wozencraft, Exe-
f f cutor of the personal Estate of Thos.
Wozencraft, late of said county, deceased,
petitions the Court for a discharge from said
Executorship. Therefore, all persons con
cerned, are hereby required to show cause,
(if any they have) why said Executor should
not, at the regular term of said Court, to.be
held, on the first Monday in Nevembcr next*
be discharged from said Executorship.
By order of said Court, at & regular term
thereof held this the 2d day of April, 1855
April 6, ASA M. JACKSON, Ordinary.
T HE 12 Horse Power Steam Engine now
running the works of the Ath^ua Steam
C1., will be sold cheap, as a larger ia
quired for their work. [May IT.
I A CASES choice Champagne Cider, and
IU for sale cheap by
Apll9. D. N, JUDSON.
LBS.Extra Tennessee Ba-
5000 con, for sale low by
Apl 19 T. niSHOP. &
e, minor of Haris
House, deceased, is desirous of obtaining Let
ters Dismissory from said guardianship.
It is therefore, upon the applicotion of
said guardian, ordered by the Court, that the
persons concerned, appear at the regular
term of this Court* to be held on the first
Monday in July next, to show cause why said
guardian should not be dismissed from said
A true copy from the minutes ofsaid Court,
at a regular term, held this’Tth day of May,
1855. ASA M JACKSON, Ordinary.
C10GARS! Sugars! Sugars! of cvcTy grade
O and description. Fopsjlle, low, by T.
Bishop d Son. April 26.
NEW GOODS AGAIN.
rjIHE Subscriber js opening a full assort-
L ment of Staple and Fancy Spring and
Summer Goods—among which, are an unus
ually handsome assortment of
Muslins, Borages, Prints, and other dress
Bonnets, Ribbons, Summer Hats, Shoes
and Boots—all of the latest styles—good ami
fine, to which he invite^the attention of his
friendsaod customers, to whom he will sell
at his usual low prices, with short profits
foreash or cash terms. Call soon and
choose the best.
Mar. 29. ISAAC M. KENNEY.
T) EFINED GELATINE and Irish Mass for
It. ‘ * ~
1 sale, by T. Bishop d Son.
T WO months after date, I shall apply to
the Court of Ordinary of Hall county,
for leave to sell all the real estate of Joseph
Caiu, deceased, late of said county.
S. H. CAIN, Adm’jc.
A LARGE Stock of Dry Go«m1s, Hats, Boots,
Shoes, Hardware, Iron, Crockery, Gro»
ceries, &c. for sale low Bn- cash by
April 26 Guadv <fc Nicholson.
lbs. BACON, for sale by
Grahy d Nicholson,