Hardware and Crockery. - figj£gg££sg
A NEW mtANCH OF BUSINESS 21 ITirCourt iTrO'rmi-vrS' &
Just Opened by
GRIFFITH & mLLIFORD,
iOno tloer IkIhw It. J*. Bloomfield’*
- ' ’ Clothing Store.
W E will not eoteHwb of tin* nm»
ny article* kopiit:, tin- above ltpyiohe}'
of business". hut ive nivite all to o*>mc at».l sec
W^iwrc in mrr stock n "rent many articles
n>»t commonly kept *6 this market. Among
tln-m are sown.of-thc following^ —..
Marb!<-b:e I Iron .Mailtlca and Orates, Gigs
and Cabs tor-children, Cano Chairs, Wash
Aland*, Baskets, Broome, Mata, Ac. Buggy
Spring*, Axles. Boxes, Bands, Carriage
Trimmings, ac. Carpenters’, Turners’,
.Millwrights’, Blacksmith*’ ml Fanning
AH which will ue sold low for cadi at
GRIFFITH ff WILLIFORD’S.
Athens, So.pl27 tf
( A)il (l R A I R1x4 s'.VLfJ
rder'of the honoraldt
„ ivfuiscuinty g'
Wrikson, cm tj.e firs: Tuesday in Januari
uext. wit'iiiii the legal hours of sale.SBill l«
•*uW nt the I'lasi-t.-hmisc dour in the Jowunf
lelh-rs-m in iribl county, nil ttie real estate
■it Dari,! AVilt, deeea.-ed, which lies in the
roiuity ii/-n. ««n*mt«ng of the k<*use
rail lot iii Jtffcrjtii, where the d.eeasedre-
swed st the Uniij „"f his death*; the vhlWnble
plantation adjoining 4ho town of Jefferson,
eon till hi eg one tbr-iMiiyd foil* bun* Ired acree
note nt nnd in a 'good state of cultiva-
ioa. On the premises is an excellent mer
chant mill, with three sets of runners; good
new gin-house and ;’!n by Voter power; ex-
ccllcpt new packing "screw and a good saw-
r mi11." ItK proposc-cf tn seTTthe' plantation In
tWo parcols.'tbt.brUor toaccoainfodnte pur
cliasers. One small house and lot iu Jeffer
son, 6Ji- tho- muirt street, adjoining Samuel
Wnfson and Jncl&sm Bell. Also, one hundred
acres of lnnd, more or less, adjoining Henry
Brock and others; the place wherein John .1.
LHtic now reside*. All to be sold for the
purpose of distribution. Terms on the-day
of stile,- NANOFWITT, Adas’x.
I T R. L. BLOOMF1EDS
house, will be
T WO months after dat*% application
will bo made to the Court of Ordinary
»f Walton county, for leave to sell the laud
belonging to the* estate of Dorothy: Lester,
late of said,CQUsity.dceeasrd. ...
H. U.CAMP Adm.
8ept27 With the will annexed.
GEORGIA, I1ALL COUNTY.
INHERE AS. John E. Odell. applies to me
W for the gnnrdiansliip of Mary Reed, ille
gitimate orplnti of Isabella Reed, of said
All persons interested will take, notice
that said letters will lie granted at the r.cxt
November term of this court, unless legal
cause he shown to the contrary.
pGircn nndei mv hand 21st H .,*1855.
M. GRAHAM, Ordinary.
Sept. 27. "lOd.
OWIB undersigned (of the firm -of P. A
X Summey A Brojt having determined to
leave flm state,, earnestly requests all per
sons indebted to the same, to come forward
aud settle their accounts anti notes, as Ion
gtrr> indylgench-cannot be given. All ae
connts-sriU be considered dne ffota Che date
of Dissolution, August 8th, 1855. '
Sept 13 J. S. E. StfSntET
©TLook out for rt Scoundrel -S?
R AN AWAY from the subscriber, alxmt the
20th August last.my boy, Clark, n Black
smith by trade Paid boy was last seen and
heard ot in Madison county,' Ga., where he
had been at work sometime previous to hie
disappearance. It ir. • bought he has been
decoyed away by fome whit* person. Said
boy weighs about 170,or 185 lbs.—about five
feet, nine or ten inches high—-copper colored
—large mouth and eyes—allows his gum
teeth very plain when laughing—his jaw
teeth considerably decayed—was riding a
bay horse about eight years old, with a black
quilte 1 saddle, the horn broke off—a wart on
the right shoulder, and a srar on tjie right
side of his breast. Said hnv is about twenty
seven year* old.- I will pay fifty dollar*
forward for the apprehension of said bnv and
the scoundrel who decoyed him of]; with evi
deuce sufficient U> col ict him ; or ft liberal
reward for the appr lensimi and ccnfinc-
meat, in euy safe jai tint I may recover
said boy. V H . DSADW YLEK.
Elbe* ton, Eiliert c , Ga Sept. 20.
„ HF’The Georgia itizen will please ropy
till forbid, and #oud account to this office..
GEORGIA, CLARK. COUNTY.
Court of Ordinary of said County ■
W HEREAS, John W Hamilton Adminis
trator of Drewry J. Hamilton, late of
said county, deceased, petitions the Court lor
a discharge from said Administration,
Therefore;. All persons concerned * are
hereby required to show cause, (if any they
have) why said Administrator should not, at
the regular term of said Court, to lie held bn
thefirtt Monday in April next, be discharg
ed from Said A 'ministration.
By order of raid Court, nt a regular lerta,
held this 3d day of September; 1855.
Sept. 6. ASA M. JACKSON, Ord.
GEORGIA, HALL COUNTY.
W HEREAS, J-. E. Odell and J; E. Reifwine
apply to me for letters of administra
tion upon the.estate of Reuben Mayfield, late
of nnid county, deceased.
All persons interested are hereby notified
that said letters will be granted nt the next
November term of this pouri, unless legal
cause bo shown to tlie’contrary.
Giv<n under iny hm.d 2lsl Sept., 1855.
NL GRAHAM, Ordinary.
Sept. 27- 30d.
GEORGIA, CLARKE COUNTY.
W HEREAS, E verett Yenrby applies to me
for lettci* of administration with the
will annexed, on the estate of James Rhodes;
late of said County, deceased—These are
therefore to cite and admonish, all and singu-
l»r, the kindred and creditors of said deceas
ed, to be and appear at my Office on or before
the first Monday in December next, to shew
«aifse (if any they have.) why said letters
•should not than be granted the applicant,'or
4o such other person or persons as the Court
•may think proper.
Given under fny hand at Office, this the
fourth day of October. 1855.
ASA M. JACKSON,
Oct II Ordinary.
rUST received by
I T. BISHOP «fc SON.
Cct- 25 1855.
For Sale or Rent!
A NEAT dwelling place, occupied by the
undersigned, and adjoining the lot of
Mrs. Baxter, containing six comfortable
rooms, a well of water, and nil accessary
•out houses and stable—embracing one acre
■and a quarter ofwell cultivated land, stocked
with choice fruit tre:-3. Terms very liberal
E. M. EDW ARDY.
■Oct 11 tf
FALL AND WINTER GOODS.
3UCVES&HJLLY 'JHEATED BY IX
11XLATIUX OF MEJ)lLATbD TJ-
V JOHNSON STKW \RT ROSE. M. D. t
5 Fellow of the ltojal College or Phyaici-
is, and for years Senior Physician in the
endoii Royal IuBrUftry for diseases of the
treatment of Consumption by In
halation, I have obtained result* which War
rant me in asserting that it is now « cura
ble as di-eases of the Stomach and Liver.
thing medicine directly into the
s certainly the rational mode of at- .
the disease, and like many ether prompt aUonti
great and beneficent discoveries’ it seem* S»re full satisfaction,
strange why such treatment was not resort
ed to long ago. Where there is life, there is
surely hope for the most seeming hopelse*
case*, ns throughout all the stages of this in-
sidions disease, the wonderful and benefit**
ifecit of its treatment are soon apparent. Iu
oases also of Bronchitis, Asthma, &c., the
inhaling of powders and vapors has been
eminently successful, and to those suffering
under any of the above nanud complaints,
I can guarantee speedy and eettaiu relief. I
have pleasure in referring to 207 names,
residents of New York, and 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 esses.
The inhaling Method is toothing safe and
speedy, and consists in the administration
of medicines in sneh a manner they art oon-
veyed Into the Lungs in theform of vapor, and
iroduee their action at the seat of Hie disease,
ts practical success is destined to revolu
tionise the opinions of the medical- world,
and establishe the entircurability of Con
.Applicants will please state if they have
-cr oleif from the Lungs, jf they hftve liitt
flesh, have n cough, night sweats and fever
turns—what and how much they expectorate,
what the condition of their stomach and
IflJWelsr The necessary Mediciues. appara-
tus, &*., will be forwarded to any port.
TRBMS—Five dollars, Consuitatioti 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 fast and most
tual ever introduced into medical praetiee. Our
convictions are basi^l upon having several
of opr ow patients, confirmed consumptives,
restored to vigorous health after a few
months treatment by Dr, Rose, in the above
named diseases the application of “Medicat
ed Vapors,” jnhaled directly into the Lungs,
■nay be ju*:ly considered a great boon to
suffering humanity, rendering Consumption
perfectly curable disease.
Dr. Rose deserves well of the profession
for hi* unwearied labors tn bringing the In
haling Method to such a degree of perfec
T HE Subscriber, thankful .to his friends
and the Public for past patronage, inf
forms them that he is in receipt of a large
and handsome assortment of FALL AN1)
WINTER GOODS; among which are Meri
nos, DeLames, Brocades, Alpaccas, Ging
hams, and Prints, cheaper thau usual. And
a variety of other goods for Ladies and Gen
tlemen. Please call and examine my stock.
Oct 18 ISAAC M. KENNEY.
I RON FENCING, Balconies, and Veran
das, of select Patterns, manufactured to
order by the Athens Strata Company.
Oct 18 tf
GEORGIA, CLARKE COUNTY,
AfHBKGAS, Thomas Simoutnn applies to
IT me for Letter* of Administration on
the Estate of John W. C ok, late of said
County, deceased,—These are therefore to
eite and admonish all and singular the kin-
bed and creditor* of said deceased, to he
♦nd appear at my office oh or before the fir it
Monday in Deeember.next, to shew cause, (jf
tny they have,) why said letters should not
dien be granted the applicant ot to such
sther person or persons as the Court may
Given under my hand, at Office, this the
Tth day of October, 18'*.
ASA M. JACKSON, Ordinary.
October 25, 1855,
TO THE PUBLIC.
WHEAT, CO JIN, ELOUR and
Tallarbe Mills, Clarke county, Ga,
T |HE undersigned has leased'of Mr. Robert
T. Fowler, lor a series of yearn, the above
named Mills, on the Oconee River, 8 miles
Northwest of Athens, near the road leading
to Lawrenceville, and having had the saraC
pul in complete-and thorough repair by Mr.
E. W. Wesson, who is a superior and practi
cal millwright, and who the undersigued
takes pleasure in recommending as being un
surpassed in his professional line, now begs
leave to notify the public, that he is remlv
to convert wheat into flour, or corn into mcnl,
in as quick time, And in n manner to give as
general satisfaction as any other millsofthe
same number of runners, either North, South,
East or West. * >
These mills have but one rnn, each, for
wheat and corn, but will each .grind vith
ca'se from one hundred to ope hundred and
fifty bushels per day; they are never inter
fered with, either hy high or low water, con
sequenilv persons wishing, or sending wa
gon loads of grain to be ground, will at no
time be detained longer than a few hours.
I have in my employment, Mr. Hawkins
Wright, who is a practical-miller, and whose
character for honesty and veraci v, is so well
known to this community that T need only
say, his services are engaged as principal
All grain received, to “be ground at these
mills will be weighed and toled accordingly
and a certificate of both the amount receiv
ed and returned will be sent back to the per
son sending the grain. And in connexion
herewith 1 wish distinctly to notifo the pub
lie, that I have been at considerable expense
in procuring and fitting up two superior No.
10, anchor-brand bolting cloths. These cloths-
are in fine order, and it is both my interest
and my wish to keep them so. Flour ground
from wheat wet,or quite damp, will • soon
not only living tft ruin cloths of this descrip
tion.bnt can never be made to please those
sending the £rain either iu quality or quan-
titv—when in most cases the mills or the
miller, after doing all that they can do on
bad wheat, generally receive tbeir full share
of blame. Wheat, therefore, sent to these
mills, either wet or quite damp,'will in no
instance be ground until the same is proper
ly dried, and in every instance of this nature,
the miller is tube the only jnilge
Wishiug to keep these mills iu constant
operation, the undersigned will be glad to
purcboseboth wheat and corn. Wheat will
.be purchased if thoroughly dry at the rate
of 60 lbs, and corn at the rate of 56 lbs,
to the bushal, delivered nt the mills; and the
highest cash prices will be paid for either.
The undersigned is now- residing at these
mills and intends giving his personal and
constant attention to the keeping the same
in complete order, sons at all times to give
merited satisfaction to all (hat may patron
ise him, and he » vain enough to think that
he himself is “ some” millwright, and miller
too. All, therefore, that is asked of the pub
lic, is a fait shako for your patronage.
A. g. W.—St. JOHN I. CHEATHAM.
W ILL be sold before tlie court Itouse
door, of Clarke county, on the first
aesdav in January next.'during the legal
»ur* of sale: One tract of land in said coun
f, containing nbont four hundred acres,
ore or less, adjoining Mrs. Tiudal, Bcnja
yin McRee and others, on which is « com
a-table dwelling and other necessary ont-
;io*es, being the place wtareon John -McRee
resided at the time of his death.
ALSO, One negro man, name George
about 4* year* old.
ALSO, At the same time and place, will
be sold one negro woman Phillis, about 60
~ «>man Henry, about 87, woman RHoda. about
8* and mac Jesse about 28 years old. Said
tract of land, negro man George, to be sold
as the property of said John McRee. dec’d.,
and the other of said negroes a* the property
ttf Isabella Me Res, lute of said countv, 'de
ceased. By vir ue of order* from the Court
of Ordinary of s*id county, for the beaclit ot
Ah*distributee* of said dec\l, respective]v
Terms on the day. '
ROWAN McREE, Adra’r.
of JOHNand ISABELLA McREK, Dec’d.
Nov. 1, 1855. (Nov.8)
TYTTLLbe sold at public ontery before the
V* court house door of Clarke county-on the
brst Tuesday in December next, during the
legal hours of sale, 146 Shares of the Stock
•ff the High Shoals Manufacturing Company,
to be sold as the property of Ephraim 8.
Hopping, late of said county, deceased, by
the Will of said dec’d, for the benefit of liu
legatees and creditors. Terms on tbe day.
PAfcMELtA A. HOPPPING, Exrix.
50 Baps Rio Coffee!
T. BISHOP & SON.
A LL persons indebted to Mary Stewart,
late of Jackson county, deceased, are
requested to make immediate payment, and
tiose having demands against said deceased
J»re hereby oolified to present them, duly au
thenticated, wjthin the time prescribed by
law. JOHN A HEARD, Ex’r.
W ILL- tie sold, oa the first Tuesday in Jan
nary next, before the court house door
in Jefferson, Jackson countyagreeably tc
the la*t will and testament of Mary Stewart
deceased. • - -
SEVEN LIKELY .NEGROES,
consisting of—Emily, a woman thirty-one
T cars a 2«. Joseph, a boy "fifteen, Albert, a
hoy thirteun, Thomas, a boy ten, Lewis,a boy
eight, Samuel, a boy sil, and Middleton, a
SON. boy two years of-age. Sold for the purpose
of a 'ivisiou. Terms on-the day of sale.
Nov 15, 1855. JO 11X A. HEAD, Ex’r.
.—- . I,. ■ ■ tt - : I. , .
CHEESE.—Tine English Lai
targe and handsome
READY MADE CLOTHING,
a large and splendid assortment of
Clothes, Cassimeres, Vestings,
New Mercluiut Tailoring Esta!).
iu addition to ’ hi*
to be made np to order;. and all orders left
for goods or cutting and making will re-
—*■ tion and "warranted tn
A Plantation for sale.
1 0FPER for sale my Plantation two and n
half miles below WatkinsYille, b* ing the
owned by Rev. ». N. Glenn
contains "upwards of six bnndreiLacres
about one half cleared, will improved, with
necessary out buildings,gip house. Ac will
a saw-mill in good order. 1 will also sell
with the place my sawer, a likely aud faith
ful negro fellow.
JOHN CALVIN JOHNSON.
rj"»HE copartnership hithe Franktfn Job Office here
1 lofore existing. nn4*r Ik* flrw utClirist, ft Ketaea,
W E hare-bonglit a part nf W. P. Turner’s
stock of. Goods, and will continue the
i* this day dissolved Uy tnuliul conselrt.. The husine-s
business under the name and stile of COLT
A COLBERT, at tile old stand of W. P. <£
J- C. TURNER. Groceries sold for cab and
three months time onlv.
TmiES I COLT.
WILLIAM C. COLBERT.
No. 9"Granite Low, Athens, Ga.
6m. August 6, 1855.
BEALL & ST
r Grocery Hcrchanls,
Fay up! Pay up!
rp HE undersigned most earnestly requests si (persons
idBebt-d to the late firms of CHiinnktun A
W. and ChsiittSc Kiuii—as also" those owing
him iVdividnally—to Pay np at one-: Many of
theser|*ims hawbeennuistanding a longtime, and au.
muetabsnlutety be settled without delay.
He tnmts that a sense ef right and justice will lead
every one indehnd toseule up immediately. If, how
ever, it shall turn outthathe is mistaken in this, he witl
be forced, however relnctanrtv, to “ try what virtu*
hernia in’ law. jaa!8 j. H. CHRISTY
11TILL continue the Grocery Busines ix iu
IT its BaAxcHBs, at their Old Stand an
BROAD - STREET, opposite the Planter’s
Our Stock of Groceries will, at nil times, be
targe, tlie assortment complete, and particul
arly adapted to Planters’ Trade—a liberal
share of which we have so lqng enjoyed, aud
hope still to receive.
WM. 51. BEALL,
JNO. W. L. STOVALL.
BEALL & STOVALL,
Warehouse and Commission Mer-
RALPH STONE. M, D.
JONAS A- MOTT, M. D.
CYRUS XniGLET. M. D.
WM. B, AUSTIN M. D.
OaVII.l.E UPSON, M. D,
GATIN WETMORE, 11. V.
W ILL continue tlie WAREHOUSE AND
COMMISSION BUSINESS, in all iu
branches and have removed to the FIRE
PROOF WAREHOUSE adjoiuing M. R
Stovall, on the corner uf Jackson and Ellis
Streets, near the Globe Hotel. '
Consignments of Cotton, Bacon, Grain, and
other Produce solicited.
The usual Advances made on Cotton or
Produce iu store, when require 1.
All Cotton consigned to us will be sold at
the Warehouse, where one of the firm may at
alRtimes be found.
Commission for Selling Cotton, 25 Cents per
JNO. W. L STOVALL.
S AYING moved from No. 3 to 7 Granite
Row, and having purchased a Spring
Stock with great care, ask oar town and
country friend* to come in and examine, and
e feel assured that they ,yciiili. hc pleased
with the qTUttttes, 'styles tad prices of out
M>ds, consisting of ,
French and English Calicoes,
French and Scotch Ginghams, uew designs,
French printed Jaconets,
Frcneh printed Organdies,
French printed Bareges,
Plain, figured and striped Grenadines,
Plain Bareges of all colors and qualities,
Rich Organdy, Barege, and Silk Flounced
Beautiful worked Collars,from 50 cents to
7 dollars, .
Cbemizetfs and Collevetts of new and fash
Silk and Lace Mantillas new patterns,
Bleached and brown goods.
Hardware. Crockery and Groceries,
All of which we will sell at Augnsta re
tail prices, with the exception of Bleached
Homespuns and Calicoes,which we do not pre
tend to sell for 2 cents per yard less than
New York cost for the purpose of baitiug
DR. ROSE'S TREATISE ON CONSUM
Price one dollar Address,
JOHNSON STEWART ROSE.
Office 931 Broadway, New Yovfc
B, The new postage law requires that
all letters prepaid. My correspondence be
ing extensive, applicants to ensure replies,
must enclose postage,
pjy Money letters must be registered by
the Post Master, when they will be at my
risk, not otherwise.
Rogers’ Liverwort & Tar,
Forcomplete curcf Coughs, Colds,
Influenza, Asthma, Bronchitis, Spitting of
Blood, and all other Lang Complaints
tending to Consumption.
'1’MIIS preparation is getting into nsb all
j_ over our Country. The numerous let
ters we receive from our various agents,
informing us of cures effected iutheir imtnc-
idate neighborhoods, warrant us in saying
it is one of the best, i? not the very best
Cough Medicine now before the public. It
almost invariably relieves and not unfre-
quently cures the very worst cases. When
all other Cough preparations have failed,
this has relieved the patient, as Druggists,
dealers in Medicines, and Physicians cun
testify. Ask the Agent in yonr uenrest
town, what has been Ilia experience of the
effects of this medicine. If he has been
selling ii for any length of time lie will tell
you it is the best' medicine extant.
Below we given few extracts from .letters
ive have received lately regarding the vir
tues of this medicine.
Dr.S. S. Oslin, of Knoxville, Ga., says:—
1 have been nsitig yonr Liverwort aud
Tar vety extensively in ray practice for three
years past, and, It is with pleasure I stale
my belief iu its superiority over nil othe
articles with which 1 am acquainted, for
which it-is recommended.”
Messrs. Fitzgerald & Benners, writing
from Waynesville. N. C. say “ The Liver
wort and Tar is becoming daily more popu
lar in this Country, and we think justly
so. All who have tried it speak in com
mendable terms of it, and say it is very
GEORGIA, HAUL COUNTY.
\\f RERE AS, Asa Whitbey applies to me
"; * for letters of administration on the
estate of Arthur C. Wilson," deceased, late of
The kindred and creditors of said deceased
are hereby notified to file tbeir objections in
terms of law, otherwise said letter* will be
granted at the next November Term of said
court. Given under my hand at Office, 28th
M. GRAHAM, Ordinary
Oct. 4. ’ . -
^CCORDING to the last Will nnd
testament of William Park, late of
Jackson county, Ga., deceased, will be sold
at tke court h <use in Jefferson, Jackson co.,
Ga. on tbe first Tuesday in December next
between Lha usual hours of sale, the negroes
belonging to the estate of said William Park,
consisting of men. boys, women and children,
to l>e sold for the purpose of a division.—
Terms cash. Sept. 27th, 1855.
ROBERT C. PARK, »
JOSIAH LESTER, } Executors ’
Bank Note List and Detector.
Published semi-monthly at Montgomery, Ala
At $2.00 per annum, in advance.
T HE work is printed on fine White paper and new
type, knd la appearance will be second to none in
the United States.
A South ra.Bank Note is aaseetial in every Bank
Counting-House, and public office, l-et us unite in
advancing our common interests, and not permit
Northern men and Northern Detectors to fluctuate our
money matters as they may wish, while we i-re qui
etly following tbeir dictation.
The work will be carefully revised on the day of
publication, and all important financial changes, as
they occur, noticed. Every exertion will be made to
make it a correct and reliable guide to the Banker and
Hotel Proprietors. Brokers. Auctioneers, Commis
sion Merchants, and others desirous of having their
names and business widely circulated, are informed
that a limited number of advertisements will be in
serted. Special rates for advertising by the, or for
shorter periods, maybe known by applying to any of
my Agents, or at the office in Atlanta, Ga.
Specemtn numbers will be sent on application by
letter free of charge
All communications intended for tbe “Bank- Note
Lest and Detector,” must be addressed
_ to “Swan’s
beneficial iu alleviating the complaints for J Bank-Note List,” Atlanta, Georgia
which it is recommended. "
Our Agent in Piekens District, 9. C. Mr.
S. It. McFall, assures us “that he uses it
with great benefit in his own family, and re
commends it to his neighbors.” He gives
an instance of a Negro woman, in his vicini
ty, who had been" suffering with diaeaawmf
the Lungs for years, attended with severe
cough, who was relieved by the Liverwort
Such are the good reports we hear of this
Medicine from all parts of the Sooth. For
a report of the surprising cures it has per
formed in the Western anti Northern and
Eatern States, we would invite the suffering
patient to read the pamphlet which accom
panies each bottle. To all, we say, have hope.
TRY THE MEDICINE!!
BE WARNED IN SEASON!!!
And neglect not that cough which is daily
weakening yonr constitntion, irritating your
taroat and lungs, and inviting on that dread
disease, Consumption, when so soothing end
Healing a remedy can he obtained as Dr.
Rogers' Syrnp ot Liverwort and Tar.
Beware or Counterfeit* and Base Imita
The genuine article is signed Andrew
Rogers, on the engraved wrapper aronnd
Price, $1 per bottle, or six bottles for $.5
Sold wholesale and retail by
SCOVILL & MEAD,
111 Chartres St.bet.Conti and St. Louis, N.O.
Sole Agents for the Sont'fern States, to
whom all orders and applications for Agen
cies must be addressed.
Sold also by
Smith A Billnps, Athens,
C. W. * H. R. J. Long. “
J. Bell, Jefferson,
Mcrrow & Kenedy, Monroe,
W. Murray, WatkinSville,
J. R. Stanford. Clarkesville.
C. W. Hood, Harmony Grove,
Platt A Bro., Lexington,., in
A. G. Wimpey, Dohlonega.
Morris & Co. Lawrenceville,
Jambs Robbbson, General Agent
Sept. 27. 3m.
P URSUANT to an Order of the Conrt of
Ordinary of Clarke county, will be sold
before the court house door of WAlton county,
on the first Tuesday in January next, be
twsen the usual hoars of sale, one House and
Lot in the Town of Monroe, .now in tbe occu
pancy of Mr. Wayne, adjoining Rufus Hughes
To be sold as the property of Thomas San-
sora, late of safd county of Clarke, dec’d.
Sold for the benefit of the Legatees. Terme
on the day. JAMES T. SANSOM, Ex’r.
FRESH snpply jnst received.
Oct. 25 T, BISHOP 4-SON.
GEORGIA, CLARKE COUNTY.
rHEREAS John 0. Johnson applies
me for letters .of Administration on
the Estate of Orlando F. Richardson, late
said county, dec.
These are therefore to cite and admonish
all and singular, the kindred and creditors
bf said dec.,-to be and appear at my office on
or before tbe Second Monday in January
next, to show cause (if any they havee) why
said letters should not then be granted
the applicant or to such other person
person* as tbe conrt i uty adjudge proper
Given uodsr my hand,.at office, this 19th
day of November, 1855.
ASA M. JACKSON. Ordinary
F W, LUCAS, will keep negro shoes
. r sis;
. ■ >"rv' . v
Cheese at KENNEY’S. Oct 18
•made at the Watkinsville Factory.
Oct, 11. J
A CCOUNTS previous to October 1st, are
now ’dae, and prompt
expected. WM. N. WHITE.
, ADMINISTRATORS’ SALE-
P URSUANT to an order of the Court
Ordinary of Clarke county, will be sold
before the Court-house door -of said County
on the first Tuesday in January next, during
the legal hours of sale, Oue Tract of Lane
lying in kaid County. Containing Fifty Seven
and one half acres, adjoining 3. J. Mayes.
To be sold as the Property of John M.
Clark,late of said Coanty dec, for the benefit
ot his Creditors. Termes on tlie day.
ISAAC M. KENNEY, Adm’
NOV. 22, 1865,
extent of the law.
By order of the Prudential Committee
Novl5 TV, L. MITCHELL, CJFa.
will be r.ikotiattaMf t. H Christy—hr wl
of dm lute concern will he paid, and who
tbonzed t«collect,the dentawin da* to it.
JOHN H. CHRK3TY,
Athens, Jan U 1855. WILLIAM KELSEA.
MOORE & CARLTON
4 * -31
—r- _ -
KMT> machine works
Clfiandillrass Castings of
(Improved Iron Frames, Circular Saw
ck—warranted equal to the best. Steam'
Farcing-Pumps, Gold Mining Mills,
? Si allother kinds of gearing. M«U-
all kinds of Machinery made tcJ
Our t of patterns are tirt
accumulation 4 A fist will be sent
those addressing ," :j -v
J““ ^ , \ Athens Steam Co.
N. B. Old coppeh and heavy iron-
castings wanted. ly <
Coach-Making and Repairing.
JAMES B. BURPEE,
T the old stand recently occupied by R. S.
Schevenell, offers for salea lot of superi
or articles of his own manufacture, at redu
ced prices—consisting ol
Carriages, Buggies, &c.
Orders for any thing in liisline thankfully
received and promptly executed.
.pS-Repairing done nt short notice and on
GEORGIA -Jackson Countv,Nov. the 1st
JT 1855, will be sold at tbe late residence of
William Matthews deceased of said county
on Wednesday the Sth-day of December next
all the personal property of said deceased,
consisting of horses, cattle, pork, sera, fod
der, wheat and uate. one yoke of oxen nnd
cart. Household and Kitchen Furniture and
various other ariicles too tedious to mention.
All fur the benefit of the heirs and creditors
of said deceased. Sale to continue from day
to day until all is sold. Terms cash.
MILTON MATTHEWS, Exec’r.
P URSUANT to an order of the Court ol
Ordinary of Clarke Coanty, will lie sold
before the Court House door of said County,
on-the first Tuesday in December next, dar
ing the legal hours of sale, the House and
Lot at the High Shoals, in said County,
whereon Ephraim S. Hopping, deceased,
resided at the time of his death. Also at the
same time and place, the Plantation of said
deceased, adjoining the House and Lot, con
taining about 1200 acres, a fair proportion
of which is in th - woods. Also at the same
time aud place, the Saw and Grist Mills at
the sa;d High Shoals.
T c house and plantation constitute a
very desirable settlement for any person
wishing to settle in that part of the country;
and the Mills being on a never-failing
stream, and one of the best shoals in the
State, make them the most desirable prop
erty of that description, any where in Mid
dle Georgia. Persons wishing to purchase
the lands or Mills, are requested to examine
them before the day of sale. All to be sold
as the property of said dec'd for thebenefit
of his creditors. Terms on the day.
PARMELIA A. HOPPING,
Oct 18 Exr’x.
OPINIONS OF THE PRESS.
W E take pleasure in referring the reader
to the testimonials of our prominent
druggists and well known citivena to the vir
tue of Davis’ Pain Killer. We have,used tbe
article nnd found it valuable. The sale of
this "article in the United States is beyond all
precedent, as the books^of the office will show.
Davis’ Vegxtable Pais Killvr — \\'e
refer our readers to n advertisement with
the above caption, in the advertising column*
of this morning’s Eagle. We first heard of
this medicine during a recent visit to the
New England States, and being struck with
the ft oyel ty ef the title, we were induced to
make some-enquiry about it, and wett-'snr-
prit-cd to k-ara that it vas kept constantly
in tlie house* of most of the lulqjiUitauts of
the cities and village* where we stopped, to
be used in" eases of sudden attacks of pain,
burns, scalda, Ae-and we beard tt spoken of
in terms of high commendation by b >tb
druggists and physicians This uiuQh we
can with proptiety say as journalists, in fa
vor of the article.—Philadelphia Engle’.
PxaaY Davis’ Vkoetable Pain Killer.
Voluntarily, couscienoously.aml vyl'H much
pleasure, wq recommend to our readers the
above named medioine. We speak from ouf
own observation fcnd experience when we
say that it removes painaa'if by mngie from
all parts of the body, and is t>nc of the best
medicine* in use for checking Dtarihu-a, nnd
for removing the premonitory symp’oms of
cholera. It is applied both internally nnd
externally, with the best effects, and none
who have ouee used the Pain Killer would
willingly be without it constantly in their
houses. Cinciuaalti Eve Nonpareil.
Davis’ Pain Killer—This article needs
no comment from ns, but tlie real worth of
so valuable compound, compels as to give
publicity to it, iu our Transcript. Mr. I’eery
Davis,* the manufacturer aud inv* utor, is a
gentleman for whom we entertain the ighest
resp< ct, and any article he sli uld offer to the
public we should have the utmost confidence
in. The Pain Killer we keep coustautly oa
hand, and have done so for a number of Years,
nnd have administered it for nil* 'f nil des
criptions, both external and internal, nnd
have ever fouud it to be the best remedy ex
tant. We well recollect its first introduc
tion for public pntronnge. it was then sold iu
a few shops in inis city: look at it now. the
world are its patrons. A ft-w days ago we
published u certificate from Burmnh, and we
have often seen them from the most remote
habitable regions of the globe.
Reader, if you have not a sup] ly on hand,
(we trust you have, as it is almost indispen
sable) procure it at once, and never be with
out it again—it will save mauy a physician's
bill. Providouee Daily Transcript.
BT“ We presume no Medical preparation
ever offered to the public has been more thor
oughly tested than Perry Davis? Pain Kil-
ler. Thousands of persons, were they called
Upon to do so, would sfcesrfolly testify that
tlicy have used it for various ills, with the
most satisfactory suc&eae. II is within onr
own knowledge, that an immense amount of
suffering bus been relieved by it. Its pro
prietors, Messrs. Perry Davis & Sou, save uo
pains or expense in order to satisfy the pub
lic. Being strictly honoiable men, they ob
serve the utmost uuiformity in the matiufnc-
ture of their celebrated Pain Killer. The
materials, of which it is composed are careful
ly selected—bone bat the best quality .being
used. By these nu-uns the high reputation
which the Pain Killer has longsince acquir
ed, is at all times triumphantly sustained.—
In view of these facts, wc arc by no means
surprised to learn that Messrs. Davis tt Sou’s
sales lire eUHstantly and rapidly increasing.
While we congratulate our friends generally
that so valuable a preparation ns the Pain
Killer is placed within their reach, we must
be permitted to rejoice at the well-merited
success of itsliberai and enterprising propri
etors.—Providence Gen. Advertiser.
C.W.&H. Rtf LONG,
Wholesale and Druggists*
TT EEP constantly on hand Wrge ttn d well
J\. selected stock of
Paints, Oils, Vanishes,
Due Stuffs, Brushes, Win do, Class,
Putty, Sc, ,jv.
Also, dealer* in French, English and me ri'
can Chemicals, Drugs, Modi. im-», t..JE
fitmery and Fancy Articles.
Physicians, merchant* and all oth.-rs nr j
depend upon tbeir orders moot i ng pron^t
attention, upon the most accommodating
terms. . .-V
Theirgoods will bo warranted as repre*.
si-nted. . January, 1864.
/'I JJOUGIA—Clark County.—W h e r e a s
\T Walter Carson applies to me for letters of
Guardianship for Laura Jane, Octavio Izora,
Talula Catharine, and Robert Martin, or
phans of John # A. Martin, deceased : These
are therefore to cite and admonish all per
sons concerned to be and appear at roy office
on or before the first Monday in December
uext to show cause (if any they have) why
said letters should not then he granted to
the applicant or to such other person or per
sons as the Court may adjnge proper.
Given under my hand at office this the 1st
day of November, 1855.
ASA M JACKSON, Ordn’y.
IVIandcville Sc Talmadgc
TTAVE just retarded from New.York.witH
IjL a large and beantiful assortment of the
above named, articles, which they will sell
cheaper than can be purchased elsewhere
A great variety af rich Jewelry of the latest
style Broaches, Pins, Eat* and FingerRiogs,
gold guard and fob chains, gold Pen* and
Pencils, gold and silvor Buckles, gold and
SPECTACLES TO SUIT ALL AOXS,
and a good assortment ot col’d Glasses;
Warranted sterling silver table, dessert and
teaspoons, silver Forks, and all.other articles
usually ept in a Jewelry stoic.
The superior advantage* which the sub
scriber:ipessessdver those unacquainted with
the business, in purchasingdirectly fronatbe
manufacturer* and importers, and being
practical jewelers, renders them Capable ot
propcrlyjQdgiitg the value of all they par
chase and recommend to the public.
In the department of Watch and Jewelry
Repairjng, we are determined, by careful
and neat workmanship, punctuality and low
prices, to merit the approbation of tbe public
An assortment of 0L0CK8, ofthclateat
stple, always on hand,- from seveuty-five-ets.
to one hundred and seventy-five dollara-^-all
warranted perfect time-keepers.
A. S Mandkyille, | W A.Talmaboe.
Corner of Broad street and College Av.
one door east ofPeters6n'sbook*tofo.
r PHE finest jet black Ink ever offered in
JL this market, now for sale on draught.
Send in clean bottles, and it ie warranted to
suit. The same Ink is also sold bottled hy
August 23. WM. N. WHITE.
‘Washing-day’ a Luxury!
P URSUANT to an Order of the Court of
Ordinary of Clarke coanty, will be sold
on Friday, the 7th ofDecember next, at the
residence of John McRee, late of said
county, dee., all the perishable property of
saidedeceased, and also, all the perishable
property of Isabella McRee, dee., consisting
of Cows and Calves, Sheep, Pork and < look
Hogs; 1 yoke Oxen; 1 Mare; Corn, and
Fodder; Household and Kitchen furniture;
Plantation Tools, and various other things
not necessary to mention.
Terms on the day.
Nov. 1, 1855. ROWAN McREB, Adm’r.
of John and Isabella McRee, Dec’d.
Nov. 8. 1855.
GEORGIA, CLARKE COUNTY.
W HEREAS, William M.
applies to me for letters of admin
istration on the estate of Aaron Boggs, late
of said county, deceased.
These are therefore to cite and admonish all
and singular th* kindred and creditor* of
said deceased to be and appear at my Office
on or before the first Monday in November
next to show cause (if any they have) why
said letters should not then be granted the
applicant, or to snch other person or persons
as the conrt may think proper. Given under
my hand at Office, this 28th day of Septem
ASA. M. JACKSON, Ordinary.
I S hereby given, that all trespassers upon NOTICE
the College lands, either in.hauling oljF YTTE again earnestly request all who are
wood or top-earth, will be prosecuted tb the Tj imlebti
ndebted to as, to come and make pay
ment, or close their account* by note. We
must close the Cosiness of the old firm.
May JO * LUCAS «fc BILLUPS.
I AM now prepared to fill all orders tor
Hollingsworth’s justly celebrated Wash
ing Machines—the greatest raven:ion of the
agel This machine can be operated by a
child 6 to 10 years of age, as well as a grown
person—not requiring labor, but merely
healthful exercise. Will do more work than
8 to 10 hands—washing perfectly clean any
article,'from a cambric handkerchief to a
bed qnilt, and entirely without injury. It
is perfectly simple, and $an be operated by
any one, and is not liable to get oat of order.
Clothes prepared in the usual way, except
not boiled, that not being necessary.
Orders from the eoyptry, enclosing $20,
will meet with prompt attention.
These Machine* can be seen in operation
any day at-the Steam Cabinet Shop and
Blind Factory, uear the Town Spring, rear
of the Franklin House.
FURNITURE, SASH, BLINDS, PANEL-
DOORS, Ae.,constantl7 on nandand made to
order. Repairing of all kinds done with
neatness and despatch.
Athens. Jul?25 S.D. BRIDGMAN.
fg^HE undersigned respectfully inform the
citizens of Athens and public general
ly, that they have taken the Store next door
to Sansom & Pittard’a. and are receiving a
fresh stock of ASSORTED GROCERIES A
CONFECTIONARY, and will keep constant
ly on band the best article that can be had
in market, at the lowest prices, of well as
New Firm and New Goods,
WATCHES AND JEWELRY, SILVER
AND PLATED WARE, MUSICAL
INSTRUMENTS, Ac. Ae.
T HE nndersigned has taken a Stare oppo
site the Newton Hopse, on College Ave-
aitd, where he will continue to make as fine
nue good BOOTS as usual, of any descrip
Double-soled and Water-proof Boots*
Biick Skin, , d#j. \ j[
Patent Leather, do
Repairing done in the neatest and b4*a
style. The best of French Leather used and
warranted. W. S. STARK.
Nq. 12, Franklin House Range,(L. J,
Lampkin's old stand.)
Wm. J. Morton,
CSUCCESSOR TO WJC.lt. MORTON % SONG
R ESPECTFULLY announces to the pnblio
that he is now offering for sale, si the
above staad^a large and varied assortment
SSAPLE AND FANCY
Groceries, Crockery, Hardware,
The stock" Is entirely new, and will be itld]
at prices to suit the times.
His friends aud the public are respect!ally
invited to call and examine for themselves
The Books nnd Accounts of the late,
firm of William M. Morton & Son will be,
found at his store, and those indebted ara
requested to call and settle.
Athens, May 10,1856. tf
TO THE TRA YELLING PUBLIC.
SAUL TER & IVY
A T theiroldstand.near the FranklinHouse,.
Athens, Ga. are better prepared than
ever heretofore to meet the wants of th^tra-'.
Those wishing to hire Coaches,Carriage*,,
Hacks, Baggies, or Saddle Horses, are invited
to give them a eaU—as they have finer Coach*,
es and better stock than at any time hcret©i_
forc,while their Drivers are as oArafa Ins caq
be fonnd anywhere.
,^*-At the same time their terms are a**
good asthebest. R.Saulter, Z.Ivr.
O UR Warehouse"hmorw open for the y.e^son
Cotton and other produce, stored at rea».
sonablerates. Sept 27. T. Bishop A Son.
O N th* first Tuesday }a January next, vfH|« I
be sold before the Court House door in.
Green and Dried
Porter and Ale,
And variou* other articles too tedions to
Come and buy.
N. I).—Those indebted to the nndet
by note or open Account, for Clothing,
please call and settl.esoon, or they ma
them ip the hands of an officer for eolU
July 49 JOHJf F. PITTARD * <
Imon iu lb.cans, cheap,:
ihe town of Gainesville, Hall County, 249t
acres oflandes,more or less, belonging to the.-
State of George Thornton, late of said County,
deceased, lying on the wate-s of Chattahochee.'
nver ; adjoining A. R. Nuckolls, J. M. Block,.
John Hansard and R. N. Thornton. Sold
under the will, and for the benefit of tbe ■
heirs of said deceased. Terms on the day.
. -m A. R. NUCKOLLS, Ext’r
^WO months after date application will be
made to the Ordinary of Hall County for
leave to sell all the lands belonging to the -
estate of Sabrey Agerton, late of said countv,,
deceased. B. F. PORTER, Adm’r.*
Noy29, 1855 2m
WH ERE ASJohnU." W ilaon adfiitntitrator -
. bf Thomas St Wilson dec., upplies for
dismission from the forthCn adndnhtFdtba off
said estate. ,
All persons interested are hereby notified’
that said dismissibn will be granted oaj the-
first Monday in June next , unless legal cause •
be shown to the contrary. ms. rt.
Given under my hand.
Nor.,1856. M. GRAHAM, Ordinary,-.
•2»; ! •
SACKS SALTa. ih prime order,,
for sale very low by