Tux Nigiit Sid* or Katv**, oa Ghosts a*d ; a* mud* and irritation mj be mule asextensire-
Gbost Sects, by Catharine Crnwivaathore** of; ly as in Chili. !| will become * erect wbemt couo-
“ Sana Hopley,” •* Lilly Dawson,” “ Aristode- j try. When we learn its proper treatment, its dry '
•as,” etc. i summers will afford the obre; grape, 6g, <tc-: con* j
This U a pleasant book from the press of J. S. SmE’£0*i Th<1 House a!rreed lo uk ® «P «»>• Senate bills «.
Rcdfield, New York, handsomely bound in cloth- c lis**teis^rery fine, indeed property understood. on * cr - The Utah bill arte read and committed, as
Correspondence of the Charleston Conner.
Was hi xerox, Aag. 39,
The asfboress, from ths hasty glance we hare
been able to fire to the work, appears is be a firm
believer in the supernatural, and if an abundance
of incident, strange and mysterious, is sufficient to
convince one that ghosts and goblins arc not crea
tures of the imagination, but have a hma fide ex
istence, she will not"fail lo convert many trom the
prevalent opinion. The subject is presented in s
new light, by one who seems to Imre given it much
*t*dy, and even the most skeptical cannot fail to
become interested by a perusal of it. For sale in
Athens, by Chase & Peterson.
Tusk* Ycaas nr Caufokxu, by Rev. Walter
Colton, U. 8. N., splendidly bound and illustrat
ed. from the press of A. 8. Carnes & Co., New
This is a work written by a gentleman well
known to the reading public, who is giving his
impressions of man and things in California, after
a residence of three jeers. It is illustrated by por
traits of the leading characters in that country—
Sutter, Larkin, Fremont, Gwinn, Wright and Sni
der. I; also contains “ the Declaration of Rights
in the Constitution of California,” l^fjth the auto
graphs ol the Signers, a list of the delegates in
the Convention, their places of birth and residence,
and their ages—beside a largo number of humor
ous wood cot illustrations of life in the placers.—
For sale by Chase & Peterson.
Th* Earl’s Daughter, by the anther of 44 Amy
Herbert^! 44 Gertrude,’’ 44 The Childs First His-
tory of Rome,” etc. Edited by the Rev. W.
Sewell, B. D.
We have not liad the pleasure of perusing this
work ourselves, but have heard it spoken of intbe
highest terms of commendation by those who
have. A reader remarked to us, that 44 '
book fnr the million—containing as it did,
moral sentiment throughout." For sale by Chase
it Peterson, Athens, Ga.
Speech of the lion. A. II. Stephens.
»od taken altogether; sod so is the country.— it contains appropriation*. The bill to settle the
Your danger isot legislating definitely for an in boundaries 6f Texas was next read a first time, and
**"“ “*«••< U.h>*».; «««l tt the «i* of Ute^Krtoeoeiunj-aiw-u decided inti,ewg-
stive—34 to 168. *
Though many then rose, the Speaker recognized
Mr. Boyd, who said that with a view to prevent the
your Cabinet, by ns wholly ignorant of onr condi
tion, and of tbe country, of our wants, he.
Jost now it would be a happy thing il you could
through Congress, pay off our State authorities,
and municipal; settle onr land titles; pass pre
emption laws to common lands; see to the church
property, and whether tlie church held it of the
State, which is roost likely, since the expslsion of
elect, and our State Judges, and let us take the
hack track. If this from aoy cause is not possible,
Congress at last should advise us of the great re
sponsibility of our course upon ourselves, and en
treat us to avoid its errors, reform its expenses,
Every thing is precarious, and the population is
i uncertain and floating, and property also, that
no system can support the present organization,
and its scale of taxes and compensations. If we
cannot gel relief in any other way, we shall be
compelled to go back, I think from present appear
ances, to the condition of things anterior to any
political action -whatsoever, i. e. as things existed
before Gen. Riley’s proclamation, or Mr. King’s
As to tbe future, it is in embryo. There may be
State with Sacramento for its capital. Another
north of ns, on the coast, with Benicia; a third,
with this, and others with Los Angelos, &c., ac
cording to tbe future development of the resources
of the country,; its necessities, policy, &c. One
tiling is certain. We have no interest jin common
with you; we are now essentially a fr*e trade State;
and require at least duties or taxes, and cheapest
sort of government. There ar* ao local attach
ments here; and we are npw'Ijrottf't* yotr hy
kindred and affection, and » common glory only.
I do not think the question of slavery settled .
our State organization. Our people will alter-if
thejr choose, according to future want# and ne
cessities, which nobody knows any thing shout.—
My dear sir, if I thoughtthis letter could reach you
in time to be useful, and that its possible influence
could save us from the expenses and responsibil
ities of the course we have entered upon, I should
be glad indeed, as a well wither to California.
P. S. Tlie course indicated tojis by Mr. King
and Gov. Riley seemed the very best poesi bio at
the time. We saw the difficulty of taxing or sup-
porting government, but a feeling of attachment
to the Union, ami a wish to settle quietly the'pro-
viso question,end to become a State have misled
us. Our public men and o_*ciale, of all sortsei-
W, pronounce .hi. .0 I* on. of .b. sbles. .»d
most eloquent speeches of tliis gifted son of Ge or-
Wo present to our readers to-day, to the exclu-
sion of much of our usual variety of matter, the
■pooch of the lion. A. H. Stephens upon the
President’s Message ci the Texas Foundary
delay which would be -occasioned by committing
tbe bill, and in order to promote its speedy passage,
be would move certain amendments, which
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read. These amendments were the Senate bills
establishing the Territorial Governments of New
Mexico and Utah, and altering the form of the
clauses making appropriations, so as to avoid the
rule requiring bills creating a charge on tbe Trea-
inry to be committed.
A question of order was raised—to wit,, that bills
relating to different subjects could not be tackedj Iron,common me
together; that no bill before the House could be! .. band, ** '
tackc J to another bill, and that the bills imposing a . 44 nail rod,
charge on the Treasury must be committed. Mr.! f . n < * ri n^ T C€t '
toJ£ b *‘ 2 '
gjjk '—- 30 a
sack.....— .*.. 175 a 1
per lb 21 a
“ 12 J»
“ 10 a
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pr kg-. 5 50 a COO
per lb 7
not pay such prices.. If we come in as a State,
we shall have to get along upon t]ie. volunteer or
voluntary principle, or go baek to tbe Mexican
system of fees to such as use tbe public function-
on the govern-
ahe claims, and completely demolishes them.— j 5* carnea out, in my opinic
Th. spps.l which he nttkei member* free. Ih. j 'Vhope",’^'^''w l
non-slsvcholding’ States, to come forward in a 1 cj ay| fj r . Webster, any p
gia. He takes up the grounds of defence which
the President used to sustain him in his deteraii-
nation to repel by force of arms any further at-
t.mpc Texes may make lo .Head her authority | No „ Jstem o( T , x ,, io n to carry on
over that part of the territory of New Mexico that' ment here, upon a California scale of
the claims, and completely demolishes them.— j be carried out, in my opinion, for the best possi-
r ki ‘i—• •*-- 'p are unable to pay it.
1 inform the Senate, Mr.
,, j practical persons rf in-
spirit ol harmony and compromise' and heal the Jluence, and do yourself get up some preamble and
existing distentions, is truly eloquent and patriot- j tesalutiona bearing upon the working of our ex-
ie. Were ever, Senator and Rcprerroto.i.e
th. Soolbern Stoles os troo to the interests of their j „„d inrxpcrm.ee, nod pot os onjer
constituency as Mr. Stephens has proved himself - the protection ol our great father Uncle Sam; and
■ to b« in this crisis, w« wonld h*7« more onited “re “ from the inosittbl. roin and ultimste
action among ourselves, and the North would not
have had tbe temerity to commit the aggressions
upon our rights which have been committed.
Cobb overruled the objection, deciding that all the J Kails
bills relative to the same subject—the disposition ' Powder, rifle
of the territory acquired from Mexico—that the.
bills were not identical with those before the House,' shot
and that it was not necessary io commit them. An
appeal was taken by Mr. Screxck, of Ohio, but yybeat
the House sustained the Chair by an overwhelm- Corn 44 80 a 1 00
ingirote—nearly all the Southern members sus- “ -••- 80 • 1 00
taining tbe Chair. So Mr. Born’s omnibus, with Ryo * u "*”*11.*.*^."*.*.* 75*100
three, measures, was fairly got under way. The Indigo, Spanish per lb.... .... .125 a 50
advantages of combining the*'bills ft very great .'V!**'.*****.***. S ! » 2 $
The Texas- biU would not passby itself, and Uie Bluestone 44 ~ I 12 a. 12
Territorial bills would not pass by themselves g»L V.J24«-125
separate measures. By putting them together, and .-^t. «< ' *1 00-n 1 >
running them ahead of the California bill, the; “ train “ — 70 * 80
votes of more than halfthe Southern members will Lead, keg, 2olbs....«... 2 25 ■» 2 50
. , . • Glass, box 8m 10.....;.. 275 a 300
be secured. It was easy to tee that unless the Mackerel, No. 3, bbl 800 a 9 0o
House pursued this coarse, the alternative would * “ kit .275 a 3 00
be to pass the California bill alone,' leaving every 1 y^jiers' p*-r lb............... 18 a 20
thing else unsettled; j Wool 44 20 o'. 25
Mr. Cukghah asked Mr. Botd to accept an Toabcco “ - JJJ » ^
amendment It was not read, but I heard it was j ° pr bcb*:*.*l**.*.".!!!!!!!l 00 a 1 00
the line of 36 30. Mr. Both declined accepting Osnaburgs ’ pr bale. 9a 9
any amendment.. Several members offered amend- sUrt j* ngJ , t pHjale!!!!!!!!.*.*.*.*.-.*.* *8 a ^
ments, but the Speaker would not receive them, ’ « . 1 retail 9 a 10
•king that Mr. Botd was entitled to tho floor.
Mr. Botd gave way to a motion to adjonrn,
der that the
ject is to-day resumed, Mr.
the floor, and will undoubtedly move the previous
question, which embraces the pending amendments,
and afterwards tbe original bill. It is wot intend- j LOGIC OF' MATHEMATICS,
cd that an opportonity be offered to move tbe Wil- T) Y CHARLES L. DAVIES—together with a good
mot Proviso, os it srooid embsmss somo members ' P “pr 1 ? * D “" e *' AritbmoUe., Algebro, Surrey.
ing. Geometry, Ac, Ac, at *•.,
Sept 5. .. CHASE A PETERSON'S
olution perhaps, unless we can reform our system
of expenses and taxes; if we can have time to do
open the people’s eyes.
- —- Esq.,U. S. Senate, Washing-
We observe by the Wetnmpka papers that three
men, against whom strong proof existed of an ef
fort to create an insurrectionary movement among
4he slaves in that neigeborhood, were warned .to
/leave or that violent hands would be laid upon
ithem, and that they had made a precipitate de
parture. We think an improper course was
adopted—they should have been arrested and
made to feel the strong arm of the law.
05* The Hon. A. II. Stephens being on a visit
to Georgia, the citizens of Crawfordsville, his place
of residence, have tendered to him a heaity ap
proval of his course during tho present session of
Congress, and have requested him to address them
on the 3d September, (Tuesday last) upon tbe
' ‘“great question of the day. He accepted the invita
tion, and lias done so no doubt.
A Latter from a Citizen of Californio.
Tho following letter addressed to a Senator of
Congress, and read in the Senate by Mr. Berrien
a abort time since, contains some striking facts in
dicative of the feelings of a largo portion of the in
habitants of California;—indeed, we believe, from
recent intelligence received, that this is the reflec
tion of tho wishes of all who feel a permanent in
terest in that territory, and are not influenced by
the desire for some of the many large salt lied of
fices which a State Government will bestow. A
State Government baa been tried there, and insu-
parable difficulties have arisen, and now all that
California desires is, that she may be granted
territora! government. But to the letter:
Saw Francisco, June 15,1850.
Mr Dear Sir : I know Dr. Gwynn very well,
course consistent with hon
or, and a jost sense of what is dae to ourselves as
a sovereign community: and that is, tho immedi- j
ate adoption by your honorable body, with per
fect unanimity, of such measnres as are necessary
for the occupation of Santa Fe, with a force ample
to qnell the arrogant and rebellious spirit now pre
vailing there, and to enable us to extend and firmly
establish the jurisdiction and Jaws of tba State
Should the adoption and unswerving cuforce-
bnt it would be useless to say to him what I want
to write to you. I have no acquaintance with Mr.
Webster or Mr. Clay, and no influence with any one
I know of.
You mast have observed that ever since we cre
ated offices here, and began government that a
scale af salaries and taxes has been adopted, based
•poo the existing inflated values. Some experi
ence has shown as a great deal of all sorts of cor
ruption, fraud, and mismanagement. Besides, we
find, after nearly a year's trial, that our income
ere ao ancertaia—much this month, and next
Month nothing—that are cannot pay taxes or high
salaried officers. I have conversed with some of
our most intelligent men, and find thej all lament
A ftha .loss of our old Mexican alcalde government,
< and that of tbe army; and navy, as we stood last
pens - We acted in State organization according
to the understood wishes of the Administration,
and did it to avoid the proviso, Ac., as suggested,
•ore than «s eay *»*”
el all. Tie people — — . . . .
bitterly regret the coarse we took; and if this ar- 1 ebould be consoled in the contemplation of its
rives in tune, 1 have to say to non, and yon will fearful results by the reflection that it
hare some confidence in what I say, that tbe most diScmUf of our seekeng—that every effi
5enejCcea/thing you can do is to lay our bill on.tke part, "ere that of Craven submi *
table, and odnse wjtb us about tbe cost of govern
ment. Oar boundaries—as to which tell Mr.
Webster he » wrongly informed—no one can yet
■ay what are the proper boandaries. I think
them entirely too large, and that this country is
' very little enderstood by any ot as. A most im
portant error will be committed if oar State is now
created. I do not think are can bring it into exist
ence now. Tbe community here has no settled
> to society, or property, or population;
Gov. Bell’s message.
We present below a short extract from tho con
cluding portion of this ablo and spirited message.
After detailing the proceedings of Major Neigh
bors, who was appointed to organize the Western
counties, and of his success in the county of El
Paso, and after alluding to tlie conduct of Col.
Monroe, he <
Having thus gentlemen, placed ‘ before you, in
very plaid and brief manner,' the most prominent
facts and circumstances connected with onr rela
tions with Santa Fe, as they have recently been
develo|>ed, and having called your attention to the
unwarrantable assumption of power by the Execu
tive branch of the Federal Government in its direct
interference with the municipal and internal affairs
of n sovereign State the question at once presents
itself^whut course does duty, honor, patriotism and
* ‘'--r^tppreciation of our solemn obligations to the
ry require us to adopt 1
rn fully sensible, that this is a question inrolr-
o ie most serious consideration, and inits con
templation there is commingled much of hope and
apprehension. But who will falter in the pathway
•I duty, though the wrong doer be there powerful
ind mighty 7
Difficult and embar a sing as tbe question
douptedly is, and however traugtit its contempla
tion with painful solicitude, we have left us no
choice but to meet it. Il must be met boldly, and
fearlessly and determinedly. Not by further sup
plication or discussion with Federal authorities;
not by renewed appeals to their generosity and
sympathy; not by a longer reliance on tho delusive
hope, that justice will yet be extended to us; But
by action—manly and determined action—on our
part by n prompt assertion of our rights and a prac
tical maintenance of them with all the means
can command, “at all hazards and to the last
After deeply, and I trust maturely, reflecting on
tliis subject, with a mind guided by the most :
e bills be printed. But when the sub- . TN two volumes,and a new supply of FEST US, by
ty resumed, Mr. Btnts trill bo entitled to AIM* J - ***■ ■*£ ™
who are willing to voto for the bill as it is.
There is certainly a fair prospect that Mr. ^ : ;
Boyd’s omnibus will pass. The Senate will, it is f TlirOO TOATS IH California,
believed, pass it without hesitation. TheCalifor- 1 /CONTAINING engraved portraits of Senate.
ood Fngitive Sl.ro bill .ill folio.. M,
Clay called up the bill to suppress the slave trade , there. Also fac similes of die signatures of the Mcm-
in this District, and it was made the order ofihe hers of tbe Convention. Juat received and for sale by
day for Monday. Mr. Foote gave notice of a | t B
substitute, making provision for leaving the '
subject to be regulated by the Corporation of the WEBSTER’S DICTION A RY,
District. Many deem it inexpedient for Congress T ARGE QUARTO, Revised Edition. .8 vo. Uni
te legislate on the subject. ! a.J versity Dictionary,: High; School do, and his
The Soooto M in cleaning olTUie Exrcn- . “f —
live docket. There are several disputed cases be
fore them—to wit, the nominations for the Collec- 1 «c»r*la-»Cl«rko County.
torshipoofNew York and Philadelphia, nod tho'. n ‘ HmMtJl* J.ftrbr&.rt&iyfir Ord,W,
notniontion ol Mr. Etrnsnx „ Commissioner of ;■ttoris.JnmosW.
Patents. ^ Barrett, William'Dicken, and Elizur L. Newton,
Mr. McKennon will resume his duties as Secre- j Justices 01 said Court
tary or the Interior, when his health shall be im- j : ' To all trhom it may concern.
proved, and when he can be allowed a change of j VSTTHEREAS, Lacy Puntf&Guardiau of Martha,
subordinates. He is a -Man of ability, but b»a : jJbJ
health is feeble, and he is not very fond of hard ^ [r ^ 7 ^ guardJaasIup??** 15 * 1 ^
work. No -man can discharge the duties of the; Therefore, all persons concerned, are hereby cited
Interior department, without laboring some twelve » nd admonished^to file their options, (if any they
or fifteen hours in the day. The business is said i^tteraof'Li
to be behindhand and in confusion. < at the November term next of mid Court. By order
the Court % A. XL JACKSON, c
, -... — terms of the law, otherwise,
letters of Dismission will be granted to the applicant
( at the November term next of said Court By order
Congress will, it is hoped, be prepared to adjourn °f the Court A. M. JACKSON,
by tbe middle of September.
Tswer at Stone Honstiil
The Honorable the Inferior Court, lifting for Ordinary
The Augusta Regvblic says:—We have receiv-! Purpose, September 3,1850.
ed from Mr. Dean, tbe Post Master at Stone Moon- Pr ^ e ” t . t J cir T . Hono ^ L G- g"™. E[*>r L.
. . ....... ...... Newton, James W. Barrett and William Dicken,
tain, a letter from which wo make the following . Justices of said Ccurt
extract in regard to the prostration of the tower.
It will be seen that but a small portion, of the tower
suffered from the storm. The letter says: J VV the real estate of John'GrMayne, decea8e.l,
“The tower is yet standing, but the spire u-as applies for ¥ *“ ' ™ * ' ' -
blown down from its giddy height—the point run- ■
ning through the floor to the second observatory.” i Therefore the kindred and creditors of said dece
This will readily account for the report of the hereby cited and admomshed to file their,
prostration ol tho^hol. uttvov.
EXTRACTS FROM CERTIFICATES WHICH By^de? ° f NU ^ Cocrt
CAN BE SEEN IN FULL BY CALLING UFON i Septembers, 1850. A. M. JACKSON,,
THE AGENTS. j . .".""TT—~ — :
Mr A. L. Scovill: Haring been afflicted with a “
To all whom it may concern.
r j V17HEREAS, James P. Mayne, Administrator
| YT. the real estate of John G. Mayne, decease...
applies for Letters of Dismission from said adminis-
PAVER AN» #TATIONER» AUTICI.^
'■<¥ 77 ILMDEN LUJE. ET, ¥.
TKVITE Merrkantn, Donlnrs, ntnl all who roqniross-
X tides m their Une, to call at WJWdm Lone, H. Y.
Wc offer every variety of Blank B**k*,T»p«f*nd
WaOOPISO-OOUOH, oaoup roc-iro tmSnt nttwur.0
The Traitor, complete, 50 cts,
Msdbon-. Ev^nro nf Q.1J Mkroskip. 25cts ,., HK , ra „, wi ,. h h „ __ ...
I offer it to the afflicted wiltc
J confitlence i
NinhiS^or'l^vijS^to'SliM.tucK! «“>M boUofTkriS.mroW«snJ
.College Avepnc, __ _ Aus ‘ < known, vorv naturally aUract the attention of medical
— - 1 men and philanthropists every where. Wliat is their
C Lanai. ! opini.Hi «,f CHERRY PECTORAL may be seen in
TRUSTEES’ SALE. j ° valentisk mott, m. d,
WSWI ! Prof, Surgery Med. College, New York, aays:-r-
/|N (he fiivt Tuesday in November next, before the f “ It gives me pleasure to ccrtifv the value and effi-
\_fi Court-house, in Watkinsville, Clarke county, will j caev of Ayer’s CHERRY PECTORAL, which I cwi-
be sold for the benefit of the Legntecs, and for dfetri-1 rider peculiarly adapted to cure tj»eases of tlie
hution, all that tract of land, belonging to tlie late
William Jones, at tlie time of bis death, .known as tlie
“Smith Plantation,” lying on the' Scull -Shoal road,
about 3 miles from Watkinsville, containing seven bun-
slrsssl nn.1 AAt. 1*1 sham a, I.- - - 1
.dred and fifty (750) acre*, more.or less.
The above place is in good repair, w.*.. n
Me 2 story dwelling, gin house, and all necessary
be treated for at private
i the day of ’
T. O. MACON,
ale. Terms made kiic
the day of sale.
s.icuS,! T ”. to
Hats, Caps, Boots and Shoes!
FERRY & CO. V
T A VE removed their stocked goods to the Store
1. lately occupied by A.J. Bnuly, No. 7, GRAN
ITE ROW, where they have on baud, and will con
tinue to offer upon liberal terms, a very extensive as
sortment of Hats, Caps, Boots and Shoes, Trunks, Va
lises, Carpet-Bays, Umbrellas and such other articles
as are usually kept by tlicm.
N. B. Tbe market prices will be paid, in Goods or
Cash, for FUR-SKINS of the following kinds: Otter,
Racwon, Fox, Mink, Wild-Cat, Muskrat, Opossum and
’’"‘•’•it- August 29, 1850.
y^EAVER and Moleskin Hats, just received a
FERRY A CO’S.
R EOWEFs Waltzes; Glcnmary Waltzes; Home.
Sweet Home, Old uncle Neil and au clair de la
lunc, with variations; Mrs. Smith, my dear, (a comic
duetto;) Poor aunt Dinah; Come touch the liarp, gen
tle ouc; Tell me; Last adieu; Thou art gone liome;
Kitty Carey; My Annie, O; Upon a Summer’s Day,
(Jeuny Lind;) Oh, share my cottage, gentle maid;
Jeannette and Jcannot, complete; The Soldier’s Wed
ding ; Pirate's chorus'; What arc the wild waves say
ing J Sleeping, I dreamed, love; On de banks ob do
Ohio, Ac, Ac., just received at White’s University
"uok-storc, No.2, Colle-re Avenue. Athena."
:, Athens, Georgia.
- V . If car Goods.
WATCHES AND JEWELRY,
:r and Plated Ware.
JCfUlUL ISSTKUSIESTS, *C.
v W, P. SAGE, lias just returned
i from New Yor’; with a beautiful
5 assortment of the above named
particles whidi he will sell cheaper
than con be purchased elsewhere.
Jewelry, ot the Latent Styles,
Broaches Pins, Ear and Finger Rings ;
Gold Guard and Fob Chains ; Gold
• Pens and Pencils; Gold, Silver
and Steel Buckles; Gold
and Silver Thimbles,
Warranted -Sterling Silver, Table Dewei
Throat and Lungs."
THE RT. REV. LORD BISHOP FIELD
writes in a letter to his friend, who was fast sinking
under an affection of tho Lungs;—“ Try tivc CHERRY
PECTORAL, and if any mediriuc can give you re
lief, with tlie blessing of God tlpt will,"
GlIIEF JUSTICE EUSTIS,
of Louisiana, writes “ Tfiat a yotu^ daughter of his
was cured of several severe attacks of Croup by the
ASTHMA AND BRONCHITIS.
The Canadian Journal of MetSted Science
states, “ That Asthma and Brou^hitis Vo prevalent in
tliis im lement 'climate,' has yielded with surprising ra
pidity to Ayer’s CHERRY. PECTORAL mid we caii-
not too strongly recoumk-nd. thi* skillful preparation,
to the profession and -public generally.”
Let the relieved sutterer>p«ik for himself
< • •HAirrroqiu, Jart. 26,184L
Dr. J. C. Ayer—Dear Sir ;—Having been rescued
rum a painful and dangerous disease by you^ me«ti-
ine, gratitude prompts me to send you tins acknowl-
dgement, not only iu justice to you; but for the infor
nation of otliers in like affliction.
A slight cold upon the lungs, neglected at first, be
anie so severe that spitting of blood, a violent cough
and profuse night sweats followed and fastened upon
—' * “ came emaciatetl, could not sleep, was dis-
my cough, nod a pain through my chest,
t hind all the alarming symptoms of quick
No medicine seemed at all to reach
tried your C1IEUR
inland luis now cur
E. A. STEWART.
Albasr, N. Y, April 17,1848. .
— — ilk—Ihar Sir;—1 have for years
been afflicted with Asthma, in the worst form; so that
I have been obliged to'slecn in my diair fora larger
K of the time, being unable to breathe on my bed.
1 tried a great many medicines, but to no purpose,
until ray physician prescribed, as an experiment, y«»ur
At first it seemed to make me worse, but in less than
_ week I l>cgan to experience the most gratifying re
lief from its use; and now, ih four weeks, the disease
is removed. I can sleep on.my bed' with comfort and
enjoy a state of health which I had never expected to
enjoy. GEO. S. FARRANT.
Aug. I, i860
The superior ad' „ . ____________
those unacquainted with the business,
Jeweller, renders him capable
if all lie purchases and re-
being a practical Jeweller, renders hi
properly judging the value - r - u •*« —-
commends to the public-
JUST IN MARKET!
NEW SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS
HORTON, MOORE & CARLTON,
HTOULD respectfully inform their friends and cu3-
** tomers, that they have replenished their already
well selected stock with ' *" ■**--•
SUMMER GOODS, purcl
tlie firm, in tbe New York aud Philadelphia markets,
Xiadies’ Dress Goods :
riain, white, dotted and embroidered Swiss muslii
Swiss muslin robes, beautiful white, pink, blue nn
corn-colored Tarletan muslins, jirintcd and plain col’
jaconets, printed lawns,, and organdie muslins, plai
and satin checked bareges, barege juspree, brocade
desire to take no step in it which would not
command approbation of my fellow-citizens and th*
reflecting portion of those of oar sister States
jaconets, printed lawns,, and organdie
Mr A. L. Scovill: Haring been afflicted wiUi a ' and satin checked bireges, barege juspree,brocad
most distressing Cough, until my lungs became affect- ; Honorable the Infenor Court, titling for Ordinary : printed alborinos, crape de Paris, printed Fli
'edtosndi s decree Uiat I wss cnotlnosllr spittlnj: 1 - reneTinennel. cninhric nnj^n-w n.i»lfn^ Vietoin
blood; and being under the care of an able physi- j Present their Honors, Young L. G. Harris, James W.! lawns, China doth, grass da„ neat small-fig'd prints,
dan, without obtaining any relief until I procured a > Barrett, William Dicken, and Elizur L. Newton,! a complete assortment of col’d and moumii
a bottle of Dr. Beers’Liverwort and Tar; which re- Justices of said Court hams, superior bfk alpaccas, silk-warped da
stored me to health in a ve • • ’ ‘ * ' ’ . • *-
Cincinnati, Nov. 5,1844.
a very short time.
Justices of said Court
To all whom it may concern.
\M/ HEREAS, Benajah 8. Sheata, Executor of
UDOE WILLIAM BURKE, * ” Nicholas Sheats, deceased applies for Letters
*--*■- "* from said Executorship - -
edged limits, there are none who would
- to that, the fires, and let »e ask yoa where or
now yon are to ret anr bodv to oar taxes J Intbe
__ -- -i things, and will consider tbe above.
Yoa wil! be aurprised, perhaff, if ! tell yoa we are
faqr, and hare all, and exactly the dement* of
ams an* places. Br illiant res alls in tbq auae*. or
here, qr such supposed to be so, lead to immediate
absenteeism. \Vc purchase chiefly at high prices,
vdue°of a^day*’* ^ ^ bor ^ U >’ . witb »u?iy»cd
vent* and services, get 8500 S?*roonth* for two
months: then nothing for as much or more time;
and then a conflagration, and then all the time a
population changing like the sar.ds ot the sea,—
The miners and mechanics, who arc our real accn-
inalators upon labor, arc notto be got at; they live^
in tents, and restaurants, and float about. V. ~
I am of opinion, and so arc many of onr think
ing people, that the happies-t thing for us will bo
Judges, &c.: snd as to our.municipal gqverni
here and in the mines, these bad better be placed
upon tbe voluntary or honorary principle.
“ - x political quest ion I have nothing to'
^NEWMot of t:
about Y-. This country is always green. ^Itraies! js,-;.t.5. *
effort on our
. . t , n to. lawless
outride and insnlt, hadjieen employed to avert it,
ant) confiding la the justice of our cause, 1 should
has ever *bose. .
In view, then, of the unpleasant and extraordin
ary position in which we are placed,* and ol the
. placed; and ot the
absolute necessity of immediate and decisive action
on our part, I recommend that yoar honorable body
authorize the Execativirto raise,-with aslittl* de
lay as possible, with power: to supply, at least
regiments of mounted volunteers, for . the cot
plated move to and occupancy of Santo Fo.
In making this recommendation, I am qot an-
mindful of the heavy expenses which it will iaVohre,
and the embarrassing diffic *"
presented in raising Oenso
them; bat I rely with great
dom of the Legislature in devising
difficulties Which will be
Texaj, mamsch darker and
period ot her pecuniary resources, prepared to en
counter, and did successfully encounter, u more
Tho statement of Justice Finch is entitled to the
fullest confidence of the public,
rate what be has said, having us<
self with the most decided benefit.
Cmctnoati, August 12,1845.
For sale in Athens, by Drs. HILL A SMITH.
In Talbottan. on the 18th ult, by the Rev. Mr. Ball,
of Virginia, Mr. W. A. J. Brows, to Miss Saaaa M.
ed, are hereby cited and admonished to file their ob-
jcctions, (if any they have) in my office in terms of the
law, otherwise, Letters of Dismission will be grant* 1
to the applicant at the next May term of said Cm
By orderof said Court.
September 7,1850. A. M JACKSON, a
In Newton ca, Ga^ on the 24th July but, the widow
ScasxxaP.WaiOBT, aged sixty-fire years. She had
been a member of tbe M. E. Church twenty-two
years, and daring twelve years of that period, had
been most painfully afflicted with a cancer an the
face. Confined to her home for a long period, and
for months mostly to her bed, she could not enjoy the
privileges of tbe sanctuary but communed with her
God at bome. She bore her affliction with patience,
sinking into the will of bar Heavenly Father. When
tbe hour arrived which was to dunum her spirit
from ita tenement of day, the was found ready, and
expi eased her wflfiagness to depart and bs with Christ
The'writer ot this article had frequent interviews
■with our departed sister, during her tost yean? illness,
and can tray say. he *Iway» found her strong ia
faith, trusting on Jesus for preseat help, and looking
with glorious.hope to a blessed immortality. ”
Purp-.tet, September 2,186a
Present their Honors, Young L. G. Harris, William
Dicken, Elizur L. Nearton, Justices of agid Court.
To all whom il mffy cqecern.
X\IHKKEAS, David Holmea, Aclarinafrator of. Juba
f f Colly; deceased, applies for De tiers of Disriis-
from tiud Administration:—
Therefore, the kindred abdxreditors of said deceas-
t 'Sis°rf A?li»J ■ Athtm-s Jane 13. 1SS0.
the law, otherwun. Letters of Lsmissloa
Bowen & JHcNamee,
cScctire TTAYE REMOVED -TO THEIR NEW SILK
JLX Wardwnse.112 and 114, Broadway.andnow of-
fer for sale probably the largest, richest and moil
prehensiee stock of French, India, German. Italian and
English Silk and Fancy Good, ever ,exhibited> tins
market. . Th* attention of Merchants from evwy-
ta -1—.... of tlrotill. of Texas to tbe terri-! U inritoL .
ALLEN’S EDUCATION TABLES,
a caa reswi urno pt.w1w.5uw, ™., . - - 7* r - . _
-indeed it wcxild be hunriHatifig to do ao, after ao j/^VNE of the most plearing-mrcntioMef the age for
much has-been said in reference to if. ‘The xrga- j VJ children; composed of Letters which-ran be
ment is jBxhaasted.V Those who aov deny onr ■ wrfaayv^ cm l&boari-rodyetnot bUe to
dsint. woofd eoafinne lo do Kn-eroit pbcedltolrot A^ ori^^ed ^ fcrrole,.Ml.e
before them in characters arntlea with a sunbeam.** j . CHASE ^ FFTEMOB.
tototinteo i NIGHT SIDE OP NATURE,
,Peterson!*" j (V “«*SjsH
variety of plain, striped and col’d do, blit bomba
zines, fine and common, Turkey red, calico, plain and
fig’d, Turkey-red bonier ing, fine and beautiful fu:
ture prints with large and handsome flowers in
centre upon buff and col’daBsunds.
Plain, changeable, figured, striped brocade dun
loutcu Ron dress silk, new aud handsome styles; roFd and
Court, sccood-monniing foulard silks, French satina, black
figured silks, plain black gros de Rliine silks; wide and
receive prompt ntt^ntHSH
for all kinds of business, Raiiks.-'.Public Offices, OmniJT
Clerks, Setts of Books with printed heading for Lodge*,
Divisions, and others. Hotel Registcrs.-Tim* Books,
Notes, Drafu, Copy, Pas* snd JlemunnilBft Books*
COPY YOl'll LETTERS.
By tlie use of Francis’ Manifold letter Writer; Let--
ters and copies are written at the sometime; tlie lnk
is contained iu sheets, the r*cti never wears out, -botl»
cx(MHlituius and economical—price from ?1 to •
CROTON INK, V
If vou want gootl black writing iuh, we tho CrDfoTl it
flows freely from the pen, and rMafoa ito eoW* Ah .
ao Jmlellible Carmine and copy Inks.' ' -
TAPER and STATIONERY.
id styles ot writing paper at null p
mis, quilLs, wax, wafers, steel pen*,'chc»smen, w*1W*i
rriling desks, ami every variety of fancy stationery.
DIARIES FOR 1851
rum the full 'cap size, to the smallest pocktt cditiwt,
■ xitaining almanac, time, and interest tables, a space'
memorandums f«ir every .day in tlie y ear r At, «Uito-
blc for -business, prufcsskmal, or private uso—price
o'V.aoc. ami $1, sent by mail free.
I®'' Book-binding executed in any style-
FRANCIS &. LGUTREL,
Manufacturing Stationer*; ’ *•
11 Malden La*,N.X,
July 28,1860. 48—Xf.
MILL STONES ,
AND MILL MACHINERY,
FitENcn nunii, Holland, &c.
MILS MAI'IIISERV OS ALL KLSLW, H1L all’s OT '
DANIEL A. GALLOWAV,
70 FRONT STREET,
July 25, I860. Sm
OF THE STATE OF MISSOURI.
Vacuity of arts.
■al Philosophy and Astronomy.
Edward IL Leffingwell, A. M., Professor of Chem
istry, Mineralogy and Geology,
Robert S Thomas, A. iL, Professor of Metaphysii
Rethoric and Logie.
Georgk IL Matthews, A. M n Professor of Ancient
Robert A Grant, A. JL, Tutor of Mathematics.
William C. Shields, A B, Tutor of Languages.
Tuition for the College year)"2l dollars, to Tie'
paid in-advance. Boarding in ornate fiunilies, induct
mg washing, lodging, fuel and lights, 82 per week.
. Tlie College year of one Session begins on tlie third
Monday in September, and cuds on Uic fourth day of
Students from a distance should bo in Columbia
few days before the beginning of the Session, so as t
get lodgings, and be prepared to commence recitalk*
This beautiful village contains about
ENGLISH, FRENCH AND GERMAN
AT THEIR -OLD STAND, No. 33 NASSAU STT.
Comer of Libert; SL, Opposite tho Tost-Office,
H AVE received a full and complete assortment of
goods in their lino, which they will lie hsppy to
or show to Merchants purchasing their FsU sap-
of Fancy Goode -, consisting in part of
ins.—Tortoise Shell, Horn, Iv.wy, Gennaa sivu;,etc.
Bottoxs.—Gilt, Brocade, Lasbrer, Bone, Pearl, Shirt,
RL-fMiEs,-^CU)th, Hair, Tooth, Shaving, Shoe, Paint,
c»c n Soaps, Perfumery, Hair Oils, Violins and
Strings, Accowieons, Guitars, Flutes, etc. _ c
Tiikkad*.'—Marslmir* Linen, Giant & Wilsons ria-
Spool Cotton, Cotton Hiread, etc. Sewing Silk rod
Twist, Cotton and linen Tapes, Linen Flown, Cor
set Lace*, etc. etc.. Suspenders, all kinds, Pfes, Nat-
dies, Hair Pins, Hooks and Eyes, TbimUes, Knitting
Pins, Bodkins, Pocket Books, Silk and Cotton PW*«s,
Port Munnaics, Steel goods, a complete assortment,
Paptr hangings, etc.
Cl-tleey.—Razors, Pocket cutlery, Seasons eta, etc.
German Silver .Spoons, Da daplntcd, Britiannade,
SUvcr and Gold Pencil Cases, Clold Pens, Pwcussion
Caps. Fish Hooks Slates, Pencils, eta, Razor Strops,
All goods warranted equal to sample, and prices al
ways at the lowest market point. ••
July 4,1850. 43—3roos.
GONVERSE,TODD &GRAYDON, *
XTLiolr.nl. Dealer. In -. ...
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
53 Liberty Street, Cor. of Nassau, near the Post Office
CHARLES t CONVERSE,
ami by Stage 140—thus affording
and from nil parts of the Mississippi
Steamers ply regularly between Nashville and St
Louis, thus establishing nn easy, cheap and rapid
munication with the centre offer —
of the Railroads comidi
Georgia and South Carolii
for die purpose of making extensive additions
A ppahitus in their departments. _
liie Faculty have no hesitation in affirming, that
tliey are preparctl ta give as thorough an education,
as can be obtained in the South and West; an data
cost, os may be seen, unusually sinutt.
For -fartlier infonnatkHi apply to tlie President, or
any member of tlii-Facultv.
Brest Unit, S.M.
Columbia, Mo, August 15, I860. Ira.
A. B. & D. SANDS,
raUfilBaSlPS AH® (BElEEintSf s,
No. 100 Fulton Street, Corner of William,
. May» • - ly
STARK & KRONER,
narrow; black and vrhite fig’d silk veihs 4 Jenny Lind ON COLLEGE AVENUE, OPPOSITE THE P. O.
veils, curiooslr awked with straw; Wk end <xi'<l dlk; Whore we liavc. eommcnced making
ties, gent'ssflx tics and pocket-handkerchiefe. F] fine Boots and Shoes, nod as we Imvca
LACE AND FANCY TRIMMINGS. Bfljw ^'permanent arrangement made with a
A large assortment of cotton and thread edgings* personal friend..m New York, an im-
jacooet and Swiss inserting*, trimmings.ribbon*.ulk I portcrofthebi*rt/;VcnchXeiito<a'from
braid, dress buttons,and Russia cord; linen.silk and i we will have nojWS^ mbanngconstaati
cotton braids; bbysjtaod white bee capes, collars and • «jha»d the W materlotSn^tfi.mc Vieintend
cuffs - Victoria visettes, linen and cambric handker- niakmg nothing but the beut and most fiwhionabUi
chief., fieedle-worked Al, from *2 50 to 88 50. - Boots and Shoes; and from oto long experience in
B. M. WHITLOCK & CO.
84 Front street, JYew York*
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
SELECTED FOR THE SOUTHERN TRADE.
tST Brandies, Wines, nnd Segar* of our own Impor-
GEO. W. & ; .iifilAL READ,
MANUFACTURERS It WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
HATS, CAPS, BONNETS,
JIrtificial Flower 9,i
UMBItELI.AS AND PARASOLS.
No. 10 CoarilandMr«rl.NfW Yerk.
July 4, 1850. - j.y.
car Macon Journal A Messenger, Columbus E»
quirer, 1 tonic Bulletin and Washington Uazetta pub
lull two month-*, and forward accounts to tins office.
Fancy white chip bonnets, fluted pedals* French ! posed to patronii
*’ Coburg, Gipscv, Jenny Lind, and pearl <
Dunstable jockeys, Kngluh Rutland
pSES^bSHS^TSESs^^ESs NEW SPRING GOODS
Com*, n* ruder Of •***' Gonrt ami gauze, cap and neck ribbons ; wide an^Rorruw,! Kin. Pritchard VZl
sash and.belt ribbons, handsome sprigs and silvered , R-riienard.
■eaths, silk linings, ladies’ and gents’ kid gloves, i TTAVING removclta tbe store under the Centra
—-*• •• a ——" JuL * - -
I OUR months after date, application will be made
Plantation near A tbe ns. ,
tation about two miles from Athims, containing 415
acres, of which between 150 and ISO acres is wood
land. In addition to good &rm buddings, there is on
the place a young orchard ot cxceOen fruit
fplendkl assortment cottoo, linen and silk t
L, Hotel, lately occupied by Winfrey A Morrison
would be happy to see her friends and the ladies gene
rally at her new stand.
ISLUin.; Ud ,!«. f^Ud ^
era, linen dot, Jenny
AVERY, HILLIARD &. CO.
IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS OF
Staple aud Fancy Dry Goods,
No* 70, Broadway, N. Y.
May 0, 1850 If
smrcsiNCE, howsll &.co.
WHOLESALE DEALERS Iff
STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS,
No. 62, Cedar Street, opposite the Post OJfict.
a. b. m-TCKtxcK,*jr. | NEW YORK.
].». Howell, >
a a, d’xi ltv. J May S, 1850 ly
s and gluten*, gents calf shoes and boots.
WILLIAM BRYCE de CO.
HARDWARE, CUTLERY. GUNS, &G.
22S Pearl Street, New York,
j Have constantly on li,inil a fuU and well selected
1 stock, adapted to tlie Southern trades. Particular at
tention is called to their assortment of Guns.
May9. - If
Jbgught with toe land il
Athens, September 5,1850.
Clarke StacrlfPs Sales. *_
ILL be Fold before the Court-house door iu the
if Watkinsville, on the first Tuesday in
October next, between ' tbe usual hours of sale, the fol
lowing property, ta wit:—
The interest of Thomas Hancock in and ta the
Town lot, in the town of Athens, known as the Plan
ter's Hotel, being the undivided half of said lot,
ber not known, adjoining Mrs. Brown, and < “
— present occupied by saia Hancock. Levied
i fi. In. from Clarke Inferior Court Tbe Bank
f the State of Georgia vs. Thomas Hancock, indorser,
-•* the property of said Hancock.
Aug. 29 185a ’ ” "*
WHOLESALE ANO RETAIL BOOKSELLER,
NEW GROCERY STORE.
milE Subscribers would respectfully infirm the
W. N. WHITE,
drap ek te, Wellington Csnlon doli. Itslisn I ** »<*o VsUrenllT Bookstore,
doUu, blade and fancy cassimen, white and fiuicy lin-. NO. 2, COLLEGE A VENUS, A THEN8, GEO.
en drill, linen coating, linen and Marseilles vestings, - --- —
super black satin vesting*, fancy silk do, ginghami
and linen cravats; silk, linen and cotton shirts.
TaiLoa’s Tzimwixor.—A good assortment
a™, . rt ^ LAMPS, FINE CUTLERY, FANCY
mm. UssAeJosf byonsto^ng; j » 1 hsr.bSl ponis««I &rSi mosUjr.iiia CMoopoM-
sheeting; pihow-case cotton and linen; eetiendiaper, Orders filled with promptoess and *t Acctsta l T th*y«an aflirdto sdlfor » smalt profit—believing
I '•y • - A ^- L ; - * Lri,k ^»^*
and worsted table covers, broyn apd bleached j
! r*YHE SOUTHERN MUTUAL INSURANE nTm and Storestara^
^Thcir store is on tbe corner of Broad and Wall
streets, fo the house formerly occupied by Summey/as
. ’ ——. _ „ * r.f I j e— • B oou inaan au iuau inou i
of stjraw.Leshoni,Panama, molokm andfur | X COMPANY have row hero- engaged to
hats, hosiery, da ._ _ | na ranee for one year. In this time
STATIONERY. They have iasded 14* Policies
Letter ana fools-cap paper, steel pens rod qmlls “
rate paper, envelops,wafers and scaling wax.
HARDWARE AND CUTLERY,
Hollow ware, crockery sadlery, brooms and brushes
COBBS PENAL CODE,