To -fUE HotfoRABJ.K SUPERIOR COURT
OFRAl# CoUjUTT. |
rjME petition of the Athens Building and
l Luan ibcveth that William
Kelfca. nfyaU County n»<l State, on the set-
erUh day of March, eighteen hundred and
fifty-three, in raid County, executed and de
livered to Jn'iali S. Peterson, Treasurer of
mil 1 Arhon* Building and Inn Association,
an I Ids stceessors in said office, for the time
b»:n/ in trust for said Association, iii» ccr-
lain deed of mortgage under hi* hand and
«i«a|. for fho piirposo of securing to yonr pe-
titinners t he payment, of his certain promisso
ry not e or single bon I under seal bearing
even Jnto with said dee I of mortgage, where
by be promised to pay to said Josiah S. Pe
terson Treasurer of the Athens Building and
Loan Association, and to his successors in
said office, for the time being, in trust for
said Association, the sura of three hundred
and thirty-two dollars, (it being the amount
of an advance that day received hy him from
said Association with interest thereon from
that date, the interest payable monthly, on
the first Thursday in each and every month
thereafter, but the principal not to lie come
due and payable until the posing up of said
Association, unless he cease to be a member
of the Athens Building and Loan Association,
from any cause except by death—or unless
lie should fail from any cause whatever to
pay his monthly dues, in the shape of instal
ments, interest, fines and arrearages to said
Association, for three successive months, or
unless iio f.iil to give additional satisfactory
security when r.quired of him by the Board
<>f Directors, ncoording to the tenor ond effect
of the Ounstkut ion of said Association, which
he had signed obligating himself to discharge
said duties; npou tho happening of nny or
all or either of which events the principal
sum of said note should lie due and payable
instantly, agreeing that any alteration or
amendment of snid Constitution, which should
lie made in conformity, with the article there
in providing-for alterations or amendments,
should not affect the validity of said obliga
tion, whereby he conveyed to yoiir petition-
vr« a certain tractor parcel of land, the same
being n to^vn lot in the town of Athens,
bounded on the Fast by Mrs. Thomas; South
by John Martin ; West by n street separating
the premises from the lot of General Taylor;
the same containing one acre more or less,
and then occupied by the said William Kel,
sea, conditioned to be void and of no effect on
the payment to the said Josinli S. Peterson
Treasurer as aforesaid, or to his successors in
said office for the time being, or to either of I
(hem, in trust as aforesaid, the aforesaid sum
of three 'hundred and thirty-two dollars, ac
cording to tho tenor and effect of the said
promissory note and the conditions therein
And your petitioner further shewelh that
the said. William Kelsea, afterward*, lo wit,
on the sixteenth day of February, eighteen
hundred and fifty-four, in said County, exe
cuted and delivered to said Josiah 8. Peter
son. Treasurer of said, the Athens Building
and lwau Association, and his successors in
office for tbe timo being, in trust for said
Association, his certain «thcr deed of mort
gage under his hand and seat for the purpose
of securing to your petitioners the paymqpt
of his certain promissory note or single bond,
unlersenl, bearing even date with said deed
of mortgage, whereby he promised to pay to
said Josiah S. Peterson, Treasurer of the
Athens Building and Loan Association, and to
his successors ia said office for the time being,
in trust for snid Association, (Jie sum of three
hundred and fifteen 60 100 dollars, it being
the amount of an advance that day received
liy him from said Association, with interest
thereon from that date; the interest payable
monthly on the first Thursday in each and
every mouth thereafter, but the principal not
to become due and payable until the closing
np of said Association, unless he ceased to be
n member of the Athens Building and Loan
Association from iuiy cause except by death,
or u-i.essho should fail from any cause what
ever. to pay his monthly dues, in the shape
of instalments, interest, fines and arrearages
to said Association for three successive
months, or unless he failed to give additional
satisfactory security when required of him by
the Board of Directors, according to the tenor
■and effect of said Association, which he had
signed obligating himself to discharge said
•lot ics; upon the happening of any, or all, or
oi her of which events, the principal sum of
• aid uote, should be due and payable instant
ly ; agreeing that nny alteration or amend
ment of said Constitution which should be
rando m conformity with the article therein
providing for alterations or amendments
should not affect the validity of said oblign
tion whereby he conveyed to vour petition
ers Ui« same lot of land in the town of Ath
ene, which had previously been mortgaged
iLuv 8IUd . T renM,rcr of the 8afd Athens
Building and L-an Association, and being the
same lot of land previously mentioned in this
And ymirpetitioner further shew-
tl. that said William Kelsea has ceased to
bon member of raid, The Athens Building
nnd Loan Assocmnon, and has failed to pay
SI*‘ luc9 »‘t'x 1 *l»ap««f instalments,
Bml orr< ‘ nrn ees to said Associa
tion Tor three successive months, hy which
rinill IS l he 5 r “ C j PaI sim ' ofs,lid two notes or
«Si^ nd9 U “ d<!r seal Lave Joe and
• * h « «« WiHram Kelsea. though so
indebted, and to pay the same, often reqncat-
_ ft® not P n,d the said sum of six hundred
nnd fortv-sevi " S0 100 dollars, the amount of
principal sums of the two promissory notes
or smglc bonds as aforesaid, uor the interest
due themm, nor any pait or said principal
^ * An , d your petitioners now bring
into Court to be shown the said two mort-
gage deeds, as well as the said two promissory
notes or single bonds under seals, and pray
that such rule and order may be passed by the
Court, ns is in accordance with the Statute in
such case made and provided.
ASA M. JACKSON, PlffYAtty.
The forcg .iog petition Wing heard, and
the facts therein stated appearing to the
Court, it is ordered that the said William
IveWa do pay into Court by tho first day of
he next 1 oim thereof, the said snm of six
raidrcd aud f yty -even CO tjhO dollars se-
•Tsred by said two mortgage deeds, with inte
nt thereon accordingly tho tenor nnd effect
-Tsnnl two promissory notes or single bonds,
“hew cause to the contrary, if nny he has
'l!‘d that on the failure of the said William
. .elsen so.to do, the Equiiy of redemption in
'3d to sntd mortgaged pi emise* Iks hereafter
.rever barred and foreclosed. And it is fur-
..•er ordered, that tlii* rule bo published in
• f w Southern V\ utchman «»n<re a month for
'V hronths, or a copy thereof served on the
'•'•hi W illiam Kelsea or his special agent or
'.'tunny, at least three months previous to
the nesvTerm of this Court.
Apopst Tmm 1855.
„ A true extract from the minutes of snij
Court, narl ■ P w
Given under my hand nt the Office of the
Superior Oonrt of Clarke County, Georgia,
this 28th dav of September. 1858.*
' JOHN CALVIN JOHNSON.
_Oct 4 - ■ :Hi Clerk
GEORGIA— HA LL COUNTY.
W HEREAS, James Tuggle and Margaret
Tuggle apply to me for letters of ad
ministration upon the estate of Jolin Tuggle,
Into of said county, deceased—
The kindred and creditors of said deceased
(hereby notified that said Letters will be
the next January Term of this
cause be ahown in terms
A tlREEA8LY lo an order of the honorable
. the Court of Ordinary for the county of
luckson, on the first Tuesday in January
next, withiu the legal hours of sale, will be
.old at the court house door in the town ot
fefferson in said county, nil the real estate
.»t David Witt, deceased, which lies fn the
county of Jackson, consisting of the house
anil lot in Jefferson, where the deceased re
dded at the time of hi* .death ; the valuable
plantation adjoining the town of Jefferson,
containing one thousand four hundred seres
more or less, nnd in a good state of culliva-
ion. On the premises is an excellent mer
chant mill, with three sets of runners; good
new gin-house nnd ^in by water power ; ex
cellent new packing screw and a good saw
mill. It is proposed tn sell tho plantation In
two parcels, the better to accommodate pnr
chasers. One small house and lot in Jeffer
son, on the main street, adjoining Samuel
Watson nnd Jackson BelL Also, one hundred
acres of land, more or less, adjoining Henry
Brock and others, the place whereon John J.
Little now resides. All to be sold for the
porpose of distribution. Terms on the day
of sale. NANCY WITT, Adtn’x.
T HE undersigned (of the firm of P. A.
Sntnmey & Bro.) having determined to
leave the State, earnestly reqnests all per
sons indebted to the same, to come forward
and settle their accounts nnd notes, as lon
ger indulgence cannot be given. All ac
counts will be considered flue from the date
of Dissolution, August §th, 1855.
Sept 13 J. S. E. SDMMEY.
FALL AND WINTER GOODS.
T HE Subscriber, thankful to liis friends
and the public for past patronage, in
forms them that he is in receipt of a large
and handsome assortment of FALL AND
WINTER GOODS; among which are Meri
nos, DeLnincs, Brocades, Alpaccas, Ging
hams, and Prints, cheaper than nsnal. And
a variety of other goods for Ladies and Gen
tlemen. Please call and examine my stock.
Oct 18 ISAAC M. KENNEY.
t&Ss^Look at l\us l a= a^T
I RON FENCING, Balconies, nnd Veran
das, of select Patterns, manufactured to
order by the Athens Steam Company.
TX7 ILL be sold before the conrt house
V v door, of Clarke county, on the first
Tuesday in January %ext. during the legal
hours of sale: One tract of land in skid conn
ty. containing about four hundred acres,
more or less, adjoining Mrs. Tindal, Benja
min McRae and others, on which is a com
fortable dwelling and other necessary out
houses, being the place whereon John McRee
resided at the time of his death.
ALSO, One negro man, name George,
abont 45 years old.
ALSO, At the same time nnd place, will
be sold nue negro woman Phillis, abont 60,
a'inan Henry, about 87, woman Rhoda. abont
35 and man Jesse about 23 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 as the property
of IsabellaMcRee, late of said county, de
ceased. By vir.ue of orders from the Court
of Ordinary of said county, for the benefit of
the distributees of said dec’d, respectively.
Terms on the day.
ROWAN McREE, Adm’r.
of JOHN and ISABELLA McREE, Dec’d.
Nov. 1, 1855. (Nov.8)
SUCCESSFULLY TREATED BY IN
HALATION OF MEDICATED VA
B Y JOHNSON STEW &RT BOSE. M. D.,
Fellow of the Royal College of Physici-
uis, and for years Senior Physician in the
London Royal Infirmary for diseases of- the
In tlie treatment of Consumption by In
halation, I have obtained results which war
rant me in asserting that it is now as cura
ble as di-eases 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 and beneficent discoveries’ it seems
strange why such treatment was not resort
ed to long ago. Where there is life, there is
sorely hope for the most seeming hopeless
esses,as throughout all the stages of this in
sidious disease, the wonderful amt beneficent
effect* of its treatment are soon apparent. In
eases also of Bronchitis, Asthma, &c., the
inhaling of powders and vapors has been
eminently successful, and to those suffering
under any of the above named complaints,
I can guarantee speedy and certain relief. I
have pleasure in referring to 207 names,
residents of New York, and neighborhood,
who have been restored to vigorous health
About oqe third of the above number, ac
cording to the patients own statements, were
considered hopeless cases.
The inhaling Method is soothtng.tafe and
speedy, and consists in the administration
of medicines in snch a manner they are con
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 ettablithe the entir curability of Con
Applicants will please state if they have
ever bled from the Lungs, If they have lost
flesh, have a cough, night sweats and fever
tui ns—what and how much they expectorate,
what the condition of their stomach and
bowels. The necessaiy Medicines, appara
tus, Ac., 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, at the best and most efiee-
tual ever introduced into medical practice. Our
convictions are based upon having several
of ourow” 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,” inhaled directly into the Lungs,
may be justly considered a great boon to
suffering humanity, rendering Consumption
n perfectly curable disease.
Dr. Rose deserves well of the profession
for his unwearied labors in bringing the In
haling Method to snch a degree of perfec
RALPH STONE. M, D.
JONAS A. X OTT, M. D.
CYRUS KINGLET. M. D.
«X. B, AUSTIN M. n.
ORVILLE UPSON, M. D,
GAVIN WET MO RE, it. D.
DR. ROSE’S TREATISE ON CONSUM
Price one dollar Address,
JOHNSON STEWART ROSE.
Office 931 Broadway, New York
B, The new postage law requires that
all letters prepaid. My correspondence be
ing extensive, applicants to ensure replies',
must enclose postage.
pT Money letters mnst be registered by
the Post Master, when they will be at my
risk, not otherwise.
New Merclinnt Tailoring Estab
T R. L. BLOOM FIED’S old Clothing
• house, will be found, in addition to his
large and handsome stock of
READY MADE CLOTHING,
large and splendid assortment of
Clothes, Cassimeres, Vestings,
tone made ug to order; and all orders left
for goods or eotting and making will re
ceive prompt attention and warranted
give full satisfaction.
have bought a gart of W. P. Turner’s
stock of Goods, and will continue the"
business under the name and stile of COLT
* COLBERT, at the old stand of W. P. Jb
J.C. TURNER Groceries sold for cash and
three months time only.
JAMES I. COLT,
„ WILLIAM C. COLBERT,
no. 9 Granite Low, Athens, Ga.
® m - August 6, 1855.
SO Bags Rio Coffee!
F Superior quality for sale low, by
Oct 25 T. BISHOP A SON,
C^T\ BOXES best Sperm and Adamantine
Candles, for sale low, by
Oct. 25 T. BISHOP A SON.
Hardware and Crockery.
A NEW branch of BUSINESS
Just Opened by
GRIFFITH & WILLIFORD,
One door below R. L. Bloomfield’s
W E will not enter into detail|of the ma
ny articles kept in the above branches
of business, but we invite all to come and see
We have in onr stock a great many articles
not commonly kept in this market. Among
them are some of the following:
Marbleized Iron Mantles and Grates, Gigs
and Cabs for children, Cane Cbairs, Wash
Stands, Baskets, Brooms, Mats, Ac. Buggy
Springs, Axles, Boxes, Bands, Carriage
Trimmings, *c. Carpenters’, Turners’,
Millwrights’, Blacksmiths’ nd Farming
All which w ill be sold low for cash at
GRIFFITH It WILLIFORD’S.
Athens, Sept27 tf
BEALL & STOVALL,
W ILL continue the Grocery Bnsines in all
its boaxcses. at their Old Stand an
BROAD STREET, opposite the Planter’s
Onr Stock of Groceries will, at all times, be
arge, (he assortment complete, and paiticul-
arly adapted to Planters’ Trade—a liberal
share of which we have so long enjoyed, and
hope still to receive.
WM M. BEALL,
BEALL & STOVALL,
Warehouse and Commission lifer-
W ILL continue the WAREHOUSE AND
COMMISSION BUSINESS, in all its
branches and have removed to the FIRE
PROOF WAREHOUSE adjoining M. P.
Stovall, on thfe corner of Jackson and Ellis
St reets, near the Globe Hotel.
Consignments of Cotton, Bacon, Grain, and
other Produce solicited.
1 he usual Advances made on Cotton or
Produce in store, wheu required.
All Cotton consigned tons will be sold at
the Warehouse, where one of the firm may at
all times be found.
^ Com mission for Selling Cotton, 25 Cents per
WM. M. BE ALL
JNO. W. L STOVALL.
ry Cheese at KENNEY’S. Oct 18
HAVANA PLAN LOTTERY!
Jasper County Academy
\By Authority of the Stale, of Georgia.']
$12,000 for $5.
Rogers’ Liverwort & Tar,
Forcomplete curef Coughs. Colds,
Influsuza, Asthma, Bronchitis, Spitting of
Blood, and all other Lung Complaints
tending to Consumption.
I ^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 iu their inline-
iJate neighborhoods, warrant us In saying
it is one of the best, if 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 Physieians can
testify. Ask the Agent in your nearest
towu, what has been' his experience of the
effects of this medicine. If he has been
selling it for any length of time he will tell
you IT IS THE BEST MEIUC1NK EXTANT.
Below we give a few extracts from letters
ive have received lately regarding the vir
tues of this medicine.
Dr. S. S. Oslin, of Knoxville, Ga., says:-
“I have been using your Liverwort and
Tar very extensively in my practice for three
years past, and, it is with pleasure I state
my belief in its superiority over all othe
articles with which I am acquainted, for
which it is recommended.”
Messrs. Fitzgerald & Benners, writing
from Waynesville, N. C. say :—“ The Liver
wort ana Tsr is becoming daily more popu
lar in this Country, and we think justlt
so. All who have tried it speak in com
mendable terms of it, and say it is very
beneficial in alleviating the complaints f«>r
which it is recommended.”
Our Agent in Pickens District, S. C. Mr.
S. R. McFall, assures ns “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
S , who had been suffering with disease of
e Lungs for years, attended with severe
cough, who was relieved by the Liverwort
Such are the good reports wc hear of this
Medicine from all parts of the South. For
■ report of the surprising cures it has per
formed in the Western and Northern and
Eatern States, we would invite the suffering
patient to read the pamphlet which accom-
S anies each bottle. To all, we say, have hope,
ave hope !
TRY THE MEDICINE!!
Will be distributed at Concert Hall, Macon
Ga. December 16, 1P55, according to the fol
lowing magnificent and unprecedented
Scheme, under the awom superintendence of
Col. Geo. M. Logan, and Jas. A. Nisbet, Esq.
One Prize of....
15 “ $500 are
1» “ ..... 100 are.
75 “ 50 are
30 “ 05
118 Approximation Prizes
251 Prizes amounting to
Only IB.OOONumbers. Tickets $5; Halves
$2,50; Quarters $125. In this Scheme if
you draw auything even the lowest Prize it
will be five times the cost of the Ticket.—
Prizes payable in full without deduction—
ami every prize is drawu at each drawing,
nnd some person must get them. Orders
strictly confidential. Drawings sent to or
ders. Registered letters at my risk. Bills
on nil solvent Banks at par.
Address JArf. F. WINTER,
• . Macon, Ga.
i LARGE supply, for sale at 15cts per. lb
A by C. W. & IL R. J. LONG.
A Plantation for sale.
OFFER for sale my Plantation two and a
JL- half miles below Watkinsville, being the
place formerly owned by Rev. I.N. Glenn
“t contains upwards of six hundred acres,
about one half cleared, w« II improved, with
necessary out buildings,gin-house. Ac with
a saw-mill in good order. I will also sell
with the place my sawer, a likely and faith
ful negro fellow.
JOHN CALVIN JOHNSON.
June 28,1855. tf
to rpiiE copartnership ia the Franklin Job OSes
JL loibrvexmtinz. under thefirtr of Christy A. K
is this day dissolved by mutual consent. The bo
__ _ Kelsea,
is this day dissolved bjr mutual consent. The business
will be continued b, J. H Christy—by erbom tbe debts
of the late concern will he paid, and who alone is au
thorised to collect tbe demands due to it.
JOHN H. CHRISTY,
Athens, Jan 11 1855. WILLIAM KELSEA.
Pay up! Pay up!
HE undersigned most earnestly requests allpersons
indebted to the late firms of Cbu«tt.Kiuu A
Busks, and Chki.ttA. Kauts—as also those owing
him individually—to Pay up at once: Many of
theseelaims have been outstanding a longtime, and su
■rastabsnlately he eotlled without delay.
He trusts that a sense of right and justice will lead
every one indebted to settle np immediately If, how
ever, it shall turn out that he is mistaken in this, he will
MOORE & CARLTON
' J AVING moved from No. 3 to 7 Granite
Row, and having purchased a Spring
Slock with great care, ask our towu 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,
French printed Jaconets,
French 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
Cheraizetts 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 Augusta re
tail prices, with the exception of Bleached
Homespun*and Calicoes.which we do not pre
tend to sell for 2 cents per yard less than
New York cost for the purpose of baiting
April 19, 1855.
GEORGIA, CLARK COUNTY.
Court of Ordinary of said County
W HEREAS, John W. Hamilton Adminis
trator of Drewry J. Hamilton, late of
snid county, deceased, petitions the Court for
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 be held on
the first Monday in April next, bedischarg-
ed from said A 'ministration.
By order of said Court, at a regular term,
held this 3d day of September, 1855.
Sept. 6. ASA M. JACKSON. Ord
And neglect not that cough which is daily
weakening your constitution, irritating yonr
throat ana langs, and inviting on that dread
disease. Consumption, wheu so soothing and
Healing a remedy can be obtained as Dr.
Rogers’ Syrup ot Liverwort and Tar.
Beware of Counterfeits and Base Imita
The genuiue article is signed Andrew
Rogers, on the engraved wrapper around
Price, §1 per bottle, or six bottles for $.5
Seld wholesale and retail by
SCOVJLL &. MEAD,
111 Chartres St.bet.Comi andSt.Louis, N.O.
Sole Agents for tbe Southern States, to
whom all orders and applications for Agen
cies must be addressed.
Sold also by
Smith <& Billups, Athens,
0. W. 4> H. R. J. Long. “
J. Bell, Jefferson,
Morrow & Kenedy, Monroe,
W. Murray, Watkinsville,
J. R. Stanford, Clarkesville.
0. W. Hood, Harmony Grove
Platt A Bro., Lexington,
A.G. Wimpey, Dohtoneg:
Morris & Co. Lawrenceville
nue 21, 1855.
TO THE PUBLIC.
WHEAT, CORN, FLOUR and
Tailasee Mills, Clarke county, Ga.
T HE undersigned lias leased of Mr. Robert
T. Fowler, for a series of years, the above
named Mills, on the Oconee River, 8 mile.*
Northwest of Athens, near the road leading
to Lawrenceville, and having bad the same
put 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 ready
to convert wheat into flour, or corn into meal
in as quick time, and in a manner to give at
general satisfaction as any other millsof the
same number of runners, either North, South
East or West.
These mills have but one run. each, for
wheat and corn, but will each grind vith
ease from one hundred to one hundred and
fifty bushels per day; they are never inter
fered with, either by high or low water, con-
quently persons wishing, or sending wa
gon loads of grain lo be ground, will at no
time be detained longer than a few hours.
I have in my employ men c, Mr. Hawkins
\Yright, who is a practical miller, and whose
character for honesty and veraci v, is so well
known to this community that I need only
say, bis services are engaged as principal
All grain received, to be ground nt 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 I wish distinctly to notify the pub
lie, that I have been at considerable expense
in procuring and fitting up two superior No.
20, 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 bring to ruin cloths of this descrip-
tion, but can never be made to please those
sending the grain either in quality or quan
tity—when in most cases the mills or the
miller, after doing all that they can do on
had wheat, generally receive their 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 to be the only judge
Wishing to keep these mills in constant
operation, the undersigned will be glad to
purchase both 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 bushel, delivered at 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, so ns at all times to give
merited satisfaction to all that may patron
ise him, and ho is vain enough to think that
he himself is “ some” millwright, and miller
too. All, therefore, that is asked of the pub
lic, is a fair shake for yonr patronage.
Aug. 80.—3t. JOHN I. CHEATHAM.
LUCAS, will keep negro shoes
X! .made at the Watkinsville Factory
Oct, U. •
A CCOUNTS previous to October 1st, are
now due, and prompt payment thereof
expected. WM- N, WHITE.
T. : '
be sold, on the first Tuesday in J an
nary next, before the court house door
in Jefferson, Jackson county, agreeably to
the last will and testament of Mary Stewart
SEVEN LIKELY NEGROES,
consisting of—Emily, a woman thirty-one
years of age, Joseph, a boy fifteen, Albert,
boy thirteen,Thomas, a boy ten, Lewis,a boy
eight, Samuel, a Hoy six, and Middleton, a
boy two years of age. Sold for the purpose
of a division. Terms on tho day of sale.
Nov 15, 1855. JOHN A. HEAD. Ex’r.
forced, however reluctantly, to“ try what virtue,
re is in’ uv. jaalS J. H. CHRISTY
CoaclbMaking and Repairing.
JAMES B. BURPEE,
A T theold stand recently occupied by R.S.
Schevenell, offers for sale a lot of superi
or articles of his own manufacture, at redu
ced prices—consisting ol
Carriages, Buggies, &c.
Orders for any thing in histine thankfully
received and promptly executed.
^3?“Rcpairing done at short notice and on
W E again earnestly request all who are
indebted to as, to come and make pay
ment, nr close their accounts by note. We
must close the business of the old firm.
May 10 LUCAS A BILLUPS
Bank Note List and Detector.
Published semi-monthly at Montgomery, Ala.
At $2.00 per annum, in advance.
T R E work is printed on fine Wbito paper and new
type, and in sppeannee will be second to none in
tbe United States.
A doutb rn.Bank Note is asaeetial in every Bank
Counting-House, and public office. Let us unite in
advancing our common interests, and not permit-
N’ortliern men end Northern Detectors to fluctuate our
money matters as they may wish, while we ore qui
etly following tbenr dictation.
The work will be carefully revised on the day of
publication, and ail 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, inay bo known by applying to any of
my Agents, or at the office in Atlanta, Ga.
Speceratn numbers will be sent on application by
letter free of charge
All communications intended for the "Bank- Note
Lest and Detector,” must be addressed to “Swan’s
Bank-Note List,” Atlanta, Georgia
James Rohersox, General Agent
Sept. 37. 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
tween the usual hours of sale, one House and
Lot in the Town of Monroe, now in the occu
pancy of Mr. Wayne, adjoining Rufus Hughes
To be sold as the property of Thomas San-
som, late of safd county of Clarke, dec’d.
Sold for the benefit of the Legatees. Terme
on the day. JAMES T. SANSOM, Ex’r.
OPINIONS OF THE PRE3S.
W E take pleasure in referring the reader
to the testimonials of our prominent
druggists and well known citirens to the ‘vir
tue of Davis* Pain Killer. We have used the
artiolc and found it valuable- The sale of
this article in tbe United States is beyond all
precedent, as the books of the office will show.
Davis’ Veoetabl^ Pain Killer—We
refer onr readers to ’ n advertisement with
the above caption, in the advertising columns
of this morning’s Eagle. We firxt heard of
this medicine during a recent visit to the
New England States, and being struck with
the novelty of the title, we were induced to
make some enquiry about it, and were sur
prised to learn that it was kept constantly
in the houses of most of the inhabitants of
the cities and villages where we stopped, to
be used in cases of sudden attacks or pain,
burns, scalds, &c.. and we heard it spoken of
in terms of high commendation by b ith
druggists and physicians This much we
can with propriety say as journalists, iu fa
vor of the article.—Philadelphia Eagle.
Perry Davis’ Vegetable Pain Killer.
Voluntarily, consciencously.and with much
pleasure, we recommeud to our readers the
above named medicine. We speak from our
own observation and experience when we
say that it removes pain as if by magic from
all parts of the body, and is one of tbe best
medicines iu use for checking Diarrhoea, and
for removing the premonitory symptoms of
eholera. It is applied both internally and
externally, with the best effects, and none
r who have ouen used the Pain Killer would
willingly be without it constantly in their
houses. Cincinnalti Eve Nonpareil.
Davis’ Pain Killer.—This article needs
no comment from us, but tbe real worth of
so valuable compound, compels us to give
publicity to it, in our Transcript. Mr. Perry
Davis, the manufacturer and inventor, is a
gentleman for whom we entertain the ighest
respect, nnd any article he sh uld offer to the
public we should have the utmost confidence
in. The Pffiin Killer we keep constantly on
hand, and have tlone so for a number of years,
aud have administered it for nils 'fall des
criptions, both external nnd internal, and
have ever found it to be the best remedy ex
tant. We well recollect its first introduc
tion for public patronage, it was then sold in
a few shops in this city: look at it now the
world are its patrons. A few days ago wc
ublished a certificate from Burmnh, nnd wo
ave often seen them from the most remole
habitable regions of the globe.
Reader, if you have not a supply on hand,
(we trust you have, as it is almost indispen
sable) procure it nt once, nnd never be with
out it again—it will save many a physician's
bill. Providence Daily Transcript.
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 cheerfully testify that
they have used it for various ills, with the
most satisfactory success. Itiswithih our
own knowledge, that an immense amount of
suffering has been relieved by it. Its pro
prietors, Messrs. Perry Davis & Son, save no
pains or expense in order to satisfy the pub
lic. Being strictlv honniable men, they ob
serve the utmost uniformity in the manufac
ture of their celebrated Pain Killer. The
materials, of which it is composed are careful
ly selected—none but the beBt quality being
used. By these means the high reputation
which the Pain Killer has longsince acquir
ed, is at all times triumphantly sustained.—
In view of these facts, wc are by no means
surprised to learn that Messrs. Davis & Son’s
sales are constantly nnd rapidly increasing.
While we congratulate our friends generally
that so valuable a preparation as the Pain
Killer is placed within their reach, we must
be permitted to rejoice at the well-merited
success of its liberal and enterprising propri
etors.—Providence Gen. Advertiser.
IRON AND BRA S S
AND MACHINE WORKS
I RON and Brass-Castings of every variety J
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 and all kinds of Machinery made to
Iron Fencing of select patterns, Plough
and Wagon Castings ^nd Dog-Irons. Every
variety of Repairing and wrought-iron work
Our general assortment of patterns are the
accumulation of rears. A list will be sent
those addressing (post paid.)
REUBEN NICKERSON, Agent
jan 18 Athens Steam Co.
N. B. Old copper, brass ami heavy iron
castings wanted. ly
A FRESH supply just received.
Oct. 25 T. BISHOP 4- SON.
GEORGIA, CLARKE COUNTY.
W HEREAS .John C. Johnson applies to
me for letters of Administration on
the Estate of Orlando F. Richardson, late of
said county, dec.
These are therefore to cite and admonish
all and singular, the kindred and creditors
of said-dec., to be and appear at my office on
or before the Second Monday in January
next, to show cause (if any they havee) why
said letters should not then be granted to
the applicant ot to such other person or
persons as the court may adjudge proper.
Given und;r my hand, at office, this 19tb
day of November, 1865.
ASA M. JACKSON, Ordinary.
P URSUANT loan order of the Court of
Ordinary of Clarke connty, will be sold
before the Coqrt-house door of said County
on the first Tuesday in January next, during
the legal hours of sale. One Tract ,»f Land
ly: ng in said County. Containing Fifty Seven
and one half acres, adjoining S. J. Mayes.
To be sold as tho Property of John M.
Clark,late of said County dec„ for the benefit
ot his Creditors. Terme3 on the day. _
ISAAC M. KENNEY, Adm’r,
NOV. 22, 1855,
I S hereby given, that all trespassers upon
the College lands, either in hauling off
wood or top-earth, will be prosecuted to the
extent of the law.
By order of tbe Prndential Committee.
Nov 15 W. L. MITCHELL, Ch’n
JUST received by
Oct. 25 1855.
T. BISHOP & SON.
C.W.&H. R. J. LONG.
Wholesale and Retail Druggists,
TT EEP constantly on hand a large and Well
JLY selected stock of
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
Dye Stuff9, Brushes, Window Glass,
Putty, #c. ftc.
Also, dealers in French, English,-tmlAmeri*
can Chemicals, Drugs, Modi. im?s, Per
fumery and Fancy Articles.
Physicians, merchants and all others can
depend upon their orders meeting prompt
attention, upon the most accommodating
Theirgoods will be warranted as repre*
. New Firm and New Goods.
WATCHES AND JEWELRY, SILVER
AND PLATED WARE, MUSICAL
INSTRUMENTS, dte. Ac.
lUandeviJle Sc Talmadge
TTAVE just returned from New,York,with
II a large and beautiful assortment of the
above named articles, which they will sell
cheaper than can be purchased elsewhere.
A great variety of rich Jewelry of thelatest
style Broaches, Pins, Ear ond FingcrRings,
gold guard and 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;
Warranted sterling silver table, dessert and
teaspoons, silver Forks, and all other articles
usually ept iu a Jewelry store.
The superior advantages which the sab-
scrihersposscssover those unacquainted with
the business, in purchasing directly from tho
manufacturers and importers, and being
practical jewelers, renders them capable ol
properly judgiug the value of all they pur
chase and recommend to the public.
lathe aepartment 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 ots.
to one hundred and seventy-five dollars—all
warranted perfect time-keepers.
A. S Mandeville, | W A.Talkadge.
Corner of Broad street and College At.
one door east ofPcterson’s bookstore.
Dec 22,1854. i : 3£t*sj""“
T HE undersigned has taken a Store oppo
site the Newton House, on College Ave-
and, where he will continue to make as fine
nue 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
warranted. W. S. 8TARK.
fUHE 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 by
August 28. WM. N. WHITE.
‘‘Washing-day’ a Luxury!
I AM now prepared to fill all orders for
Hollingsworth’s justly celebrated Wash
ing Machines—(he greatest inveniion of tbe
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 quilt, and entirely without injury. It
is perfectly simple, and can be operated' by
any one, and is not liable to get ont of order.
Clothes prepared in tbe usual way, except,
not boiled, that not being necessary.
Orders from the country, enclosing $20,
will meet with prompt attention.
These Machines 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, Ac., cons tan tl/ on mndand made to
order. Repairing of all kinds done with
neatness and despatch.
Athens. Julv25 8. D. BRIDG MAN.
rjiHE undersigned resj
ipectfullv inform the
and public general-
citizens of Athens
ly, that they have taken the Store next door
to Sansom & Pitt&rd’s. and are receiving a
fresh stock of ASSORTED GROCERIES A
CONFECTION ARY, and will keep constant
ly on hand the best artiolo that can be had
in market, at the lowest prices, of well as
rn-D i For Sale or Rent!
NOllOL. _ , I A NEAT dwelling place, occupied by the
\ LL persons in lebted to Mary Stewart, j _£jl undersigned, and adjoining the lot of
late of Jackson county, deceased, are Mrs. Baxter, containing six comfortable
requested to make immediate payment, and rooms, a well of water, and all necessary
those having demands against said deceased out houses and stable—embracing one acre
are hereby notified to present them, duly au- and a quarter ofwell cultivated land, stocked
thenticated, within tbe time prescribed by with cheigg fruit trees. Terms very libcraL
law. JOHN A, HE-VKD, Ex’r, E- M_ EDW^ItDY.
November 15, 1855 ■ .^■V. Oct fi| tf
Porter and Ale,
And various other articles too tedious
Come and buy.
N R—-Those indebted to the undersigned
by note or open account, for Clothing, will
please call and settle soon, or they may find
them in the hands of an officer for collection.
July 19 JOHN F. P1TTARD <t CO.
KESH Salmon iu lb. qans, cheap, at KcP
Green and Dried
No. 12, Franklin House Rnnge,(L. J.
Lampkin’s old stand.)
Win. J. Morton,
f SUCCESSOR TO WM.M. MORTOJf * SOJVJ
ESPECTFULLY announces to the public
that he is now offering for sale, at the
above stand,a large and varied assortment of
SSAPLE AND FANCY
Groceries, Crockery, Hardware,
The stock is eutirely new, and will be sold
nt prices to suit the times.
His friends aud the public are respectfully
invited to call nnd examine for themselves
rg"Thc Books nnd Accounts of tho late
firm of William M. Morton & Son will be
found at bis store, and those indebted are
requested to call and settle.
Athens, May 10,1855. tf
TO THE TRAVELLING PUBLIC.
SAULTER & IVY
T their old stand, near the FranklinHouse,
—. Athens, Ga. are better prepared than
ever heretofore to meet the wants of the tra
Those wishing to‘hire Coaches, Carriages,
Hacks, Buggiett, or Saddle Horses,arc invited
to give tht-in a call—as they have finer Coaeh«
es and better stock than at any time hereto
fore, while their Drivers arc as carefulasca*
be found anywhere.
^®“At the same time their terns are at
good as tbe best. R-Saulthb, Z.Ivy.
COTTON, COTTON i
0 U R Wn rehouse is now open for tbe season^
Cotton and other produce, stored at re%
senable rates. Sept 27. T. Bishop A 8o»\
O N the first Tuesday in January n&fb, wil„
be sold before tbe Court House door ir»
tbe town of Gainesville, Hall County, 249»
acres oflandes,more or less, belonging to tho
State of George ThomtOD, late of said County*,
deceased, lying on the waters of Cbattahocheo
river; adjoining A. R. Nuckolls, J. M. Black,
John Hansard and R. N. Thorn too. 8old
under the. will, and for the benefit of the-
heirs of said deceased. Terras on the day.
A. R. NUCKOLLS, Ext’r
T WO months afterdate 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 county,
deceased. ^ R F. PORTER, Adm’r.
GEORGIA—HALL COUNTY. v
UUH EREAS John II. Wilson administrator
j * of Thomas S. Wilson dec., applies for
dismission from the further admini-tra)ion of
All persons interested are hereby notifiedi
that said dismission will be granted on tho-
first Monday in June next,.unless legal causa-
be shown to the contrary..
Given under mv handJ
24th Nov. IS56. J*. GRAHAM, Ordinary,
SACKS SALT, in prime order,
f. ? sale very low by
v. 15 T.'BISHOP a SON.