ur the New Haven Legatee,
i At !n* says: “ As there seems
ne doubt as to the real legatee, we
! that L. H. Young occupied the
uw the Tontine, in New Haven,
time it was completed in 1833 till
I Col. Daniels was in New Haven be
lt he years 1833 nnd 1837, and afre-
ir at Mr. Young’s. Dr. Uhlhoni
r Orleans during Col. Daniels' mi-
1 probably never knew or saw him.—
I’oung took Dr. Uhlhorn into partner-
i 1880, and the partncasliip was dU-
i 1810. Mr. Young, we understand,
■remembers Col. Daniels; and, though
doubt as to the probability of so
a l>equest, lias none as to his being the
:al person referred to in the foregoing
Mr. Young was formerly
u Boston Board of Brokers.”
on, Miss., Nov. 23,1850.
s to-day engaged in discuss-
Itlie resolutions censuring Gen. Foote.
"Iiu vote to leave the question of a con
ation to the people was reconsidered. The
■ Meet was referred to a joint committee.
IVhc House was also engaged in discussing
> resolutions of censure,
rhe committee will report on Monday in
rof a call of a Convention by the Legis-
rc, nnd the majority will sustain the Go-
inr in his position of redress from Con-
. an, l wcurily for the future.
istjPftion was very bitter, and clicit-
rcb feeling on both sides.
’ Both Houses adjourned till Monday.
Jackson, Miss.,Nov. 83,1850.
a the Senate, the only action to-day was
r 5*P° rt the hill by the joint committee
riding for a Convention in November,
1, to bo alected in September next.
No vote was had on tho resolutions censur-
A great Fowl Convention is now exciting
considerable attention in Boston. The ob
ject is the improvement of domestic poultry.
The Boston Journal, in alludiug to it, says—
“ The variety of breeds on exhibition is very
large. Indeed, we can re-call none which u
not represented in the Convention by one or
more delegates—and some of them came by
families, and even by tribes. There is every
variety of plumage, shape and size on the
ground ; nnd the most fastidious fowl-fancier
can certainly find among the collection, birds
which will suit his taste. Besides the more
common varieties of fowl, there are five or
six American eagles, a number of peacocks,
some l»eautiful swans, Turkish patridges, a
beautiful feathered bird, pigeons of various
kinds, Guinea pigs, &c.
i The House passed a resolution censuring
F«»ote, by a majority of 50 to 37—13
ibscnt nnd not voting.
At tho evening session, resolutions were
itroduccd declaring the Adjustment
uisfactnry, and secession not justifiable
ss the fugitive bill bo repealed or slavery
f abolished in the District of Columbia, which
ndcfinitely postponed by a large
A message was received from the Gov
,r . ! n . rc '‘' lllori to tho reorganization of the
nilitia, and will give rise to prolonged and
f exciting debates.
Tho Convention will be called by tho Le
Administration and opposition parties
holding meetings every uight.
Gen. Davis speaks to-night.
To Ifao People of Geogia.
Fellow-Citizens :—A few months ago,
address was published by a committee, of
which wo have the honor to bo member:
yiting you to choose delegates to a Con
lion on the second Wednesday in December
next, to deliberate upon the important sub-
* of common school education.
Excellency, the Governor, having
a Convention of the good people of
“ ’ upon the questions connected with
oral relations, and believing there is
mablo hope of securing sufficient at-
1 the cause of education, while ques-
of so exciting a character arc before the
public, wo take the liberty of revoking the cull
for the present, assuring our fellow-citizens
that as soon as the public mind is restored suffi
ciently to quiet, wo will respectfully repeat
the invitation, and ask their cooperation ’
this great cause.
counties where delegates have
l»ccnTno«en at the time suggested, no farther
appointment will be necessary. And w.
earnestly hopo that in those counties when
no such choice has os yet been made, they
will not pul at some early period to make
the requisite appointment, so that all may be
ready when tl»o call is renewed.
Y* o render our thanks to the editors who
have kindly published our address, nnd beg*
of them the insertion of this notice.
Very respectfully, THOS. F. SCOTT,
Members of the Committee of Fine
Peace Measures for the nekt Session
op Congress.—From all indications, we ex
pect tho followiug to bo the programme of
agitation and aggression at the next session.
1. Tho repeal or modification of the Fugi
tive Slave law.
2. The admission of Now Mexico as
3. The application of tho Wilroot Proviso
to tho Territory of Utah.
4. Tho abolition of slavery in tho District
5. The recognition of tho Empi
6. The grant of public lands to actual set
7. Tho construction of great internal
provements in the North.
Seven more bleeding wounds.—Southern
A good joke is told of Barnum. It is not
generally known that the receipts of the
Lind concert in Providence were only some
four or five thousand dollars. The citizens
had previously boasted that they could get
up u 810,000 concert; and after the auction
sale, it was announced that the seats had
brought over $8000, when in reality (hey
brought ouly about one half the ai
During tho evening a gentleman was pro
ceeding leisurely along towards the concert
hall, when he met Mr. Barnum, with his hat
his hand, rushing through the street, ap
parently in a state of great excitement,
" Mr. Barnum, my dear sir, what i
matter 1” hurriedly exclaimed the gentleman.
I—I—I—’in going after a magistrate !”
said P. T., as he he struggled to get away.
Yes, a magistrate! I want to take my
Your oathT—concerning what!”
Why,” yelled Barnum, “ I want to take
my oath that I merer will come to Providence
ain as long as Hirer
Wild Cat.—Of this wily chief (whoso
departure from the Seminole country wo
to since noticed) the Fort Smith
Herald of the 8th inst., says:
This fellow hns left the scminole country,
understand, for the Rio Grande, and has
taken o(T with him about a 100 negroes. A
largo number started with him, but a company
of Creeks pursued them, and succeeded in
capturing 70 or 80, mostly women and chil
dren. Wild Cat did not succeed in getting
many of his tribo to follow him, only six oi
’ght Scminolcs being in his company. It i:
lid that the Agent, Marccllus Duval, Esq.
convinced that this crafty and ambiliou:
chief has some mischief in view, as he told
the Scminolcs ono thing and him another. It
probable he will give the Government
eat deal of trouble on tho Rio Grande. ]
is now a wide range, and a large field for
his operations. Tho troops on the Rio
Graude will have to keep a sharp lookout
Death or Ex-Governor Speight.—Died
at his residence near Ncwbcrn, on Sunday
morning last, Richard D. Speight, ex-Gov-
ernor of North Carolina, in the 54th year of
his age. Governor Speight, although for
several years past has lived a retired life
upon his plantation, formcly took an active
part iu local and State politics. He was the
last Governor of the State who was elected
by the legislature. He filled the executive
office the term preceding the election of Gov
ernor Dudley. He was highly esteemed as
a gentleman of amiable disposition and kind
ness of heart, and when in political life, was
very popular with the Democratic party, with
which party he acted.
An Affecting Scene.
At a last interview between a condemned
criminal and his wife, their child—a bonny
weo thing just beginning to prattle—was
playing about the cell. Her eye was caught
t>y the glitter of the bolts which coufined the
father’s leg; and she cried out, in blissful
ignorance of their use, “ Oh, daddy, daddy,
what pretty things! You never wore those
at home.” “ Many a sad thing I have seen,”
said the honest jailor who tells tho story,
“ and many a bitter cry I have heard withm
those walls, but never one that made me
blubber like a child til! then. The mother,
sir, and the poor fellow himself—oh, sir, it
Athens pmcescurrent. , SPLENDID CABINET FURNITURE,
DEC. 4....Corrected weekly, by Thomas Btsnor. | -T^TW— m — ai.KE;Mtrj_
SBtetrpg-* J* J* FREDERICK CLARK, 19S KING-STREET, VICTORIA RANGE,
" III charleston, s. c.
B»- per 1 j® * I T*70ULD respectfully invite the attention of those about baying FURNITURE, to his extensive
« is. is I »v assortment—embracing every article in the Cabinet line. Being possessed id great advantages,
in getting his Goods from the Manufactory, anJ at the first cost, together with low freights, lie Is con
fident of making such inducements to buyers, as will meet their approbation.
OF Tho model of the first steamboat
(built by John Fitch) was discovered, a few
days ago, in the garret of the lato residence
of Colonel Kilbourne, a brotlicr-iu-law
John Fitch, near tho town of Columbus,
Ohio. It has been in tho possession of Col.
K. more than thirty years, It is thus de
scribed iu a letter to tho Cincinnati Commcr-
It is about two feet long, and set upon
wheels. The boiler is about a foot long, and
ight inches in diameter, with a fluo through
, not quite in the centre, into which the fire
appears to have been placed. The cylinder
stands perpendicular, and the frame-work
that supports it, is not unlike that now used
imo of tho low pressure boats on Lake
There is a paddle wheel on each side,
in fact, everything appears to be
plcte with the exception of a condense
force pump. The boiler is even supplied
with a safety valve, though part of it has
been broken off.”
Wilkes Railroad.—We are gratified
be able to announce to our readers that th
work has actually commenced, and that, af
ter many years of hard struggle, we, at last,
have tho assurance that the object so indus
triously sought is destined to be accomnlish-
The engineering corps under theui
of Mr. B. C. Morse, arrived at Double
Wells on Monday night last, nnd on the fol
lowing day commenced the location of tho
road. We learn from a letter received by
tho President of the Company from the
ChiefEngiiiccr, that the entire lino will be
locntod by the 25tli.of December, and that
the company to whom the contract for gra
ding &c., has been let, will commence the
work early in January. Such arrangements
having been completed, wo begin to see,
more clearly, our way “ out of the woods.”
— Washington Gazette.
Suicide.—We regret to learn that Mr.
Geo. P. Martin, a citizen of Edgefield Dis
trict, South Carolina, committed suicide
while on a visit to a friend in Autauga county,
Alabama, on the 19tli ult.; by shooting him
self through the body with a rifle. He first
attempted to cut his throat, and then to dis
charge the contents of a double barrel gun
through liis head, placing the muzzle Just
under the chin; failing in both these efforts,
he finally resorted to the rifle. We under
stand that the deceased leaves a wife and
two children to mourn his loss.—Montgt
THE GRAVE OF WASHINGTON.
Immense Railroad Travel.—Some idea
of the travel between the city of New York
aud Albany may bo formed from tlic fact that
over six hundred thousand passengers liav
passed over the Hudson River railroad dur
ing the time it has been in operation, a little
more than nine months. When tho road ii
complete to Albany, the travel will be still
further aud largely increased.
Emigration Turning Back.—The Kil
kenny (Ireland) Moderator of the 2c
states that a considerable number of pc
who recently emigrated to America return
ed homo last week, being disappointed
tbeir expectations in earning a livelihood
the New World.
In some of the inland towns of this State,
serious objections are liciug urged agaiust
permitting a Northern Circus to show within
their limits. Duo West sentenced all such
fellows to perpetual banishment five years
Wo iiavo not had a Circus within ten
miles of us in that time.—Erskine Miscellany.
« unnerved, but his deeds remain bright
As the stars in the dark vaulted heavens at night
Oh wake not the hero—hU battles are o’er.
Let him rest undisturbed on American shores,
On the risen green border to flowery drat.
With the heart ho loTed fondly let Washington rest
Awake not his slumbers, tread lightly around,
Tis the grave of a freeman, ’tie liberty's mound.
Thy name is immortal, our freedom ye won,
Brave sire of Columbia, our own Washington.
Oh wake not the hero—his bottles an o'er.
Let him rest calmly on his deaf native shore.
While the Stars ami the Stripes of our country shall
O'er the land that can boast of a Washington’s grave.
Jackson, Miss, Nov. 19.
Mississirri.—The Legislature convened
yesterday. The Governors message was
transmitted and read. After giving a histo
ry of the wrongs of the South, he says
i-1 ** Lot the proposition bo distinctly made to
The Rev. H. H. Garnett, a man of color,
formerly a slave in Maryland, United States,
has been lecturing in Carlisle, England,
PROCRASTINATION IS T1IF. THIEF OF TIME.
Delay is dangerous—neglect that cold nnd cough
few weeks and the hopo of recovery will bo lost I
you forever. Let not any pecuniary consideration de
ter you from trying to save your life and health while
there is a chance. Consumption is annually sweep
ing off thousands to the tomb: no disease has baffled
the skill of physicians like it: no physician, perhaps,
has ever done more for this largo class of suffering
humanity, than Dr. WLtar. An “ounce of preven
tive is worth a pound of cure:” therefore, before youi
lungs become ulcerated, and so diseased that no 1
man means can save you from an early grave, try
season, try at once, a medicine which has been
such infinite value to thousands—obtain a bottle
Dr. Wistar’a Balsam of Wild Cherry, take it, get
another if necessary, persevere in using it until you
have lemoved the disease entirely, which if neglected
will terminate your life.
Has until the last few years, been generally consid
ered incurable, although many medical men of the high
est standing, among whom we might mention Laennce
and his friend Bayle—both distinguished authors, ad
mit that this much dreaded disease may bo cured,
even m it* advanced stage, when the lungs *
completely disorganized. The remedy which
been well tested in all the complaints for which it
By tbo arrival of tlio steamship Galves- •• Lot the proposition bo distinctly made to
ton, Capt. Place, wo have received papers the non-slavcholding States, to remedy the
from Galveston to the 22d. inst.
Returns of the election on tho Boundary
bill still continue to come in. They are all in
favor of tho bill.
Capt. Henry E. McCulloch left Scguin a
few, days ago with his new company of Texas
Kangors. Ho will be stationed somewhere
on the Nueces river.
The San Antonio Ledger is informed, by
private intelligence from Eagle Pass, of a
horrible tragedy which has recently occured
beyond Santo Rosa, ir Mexico. Four men
left Eagle Pass, a few weeks since, for Cal
ifornio, having in company with them two
free mulatto women. Beyond Santa Rosa
three of tho men composing tho party were
lying dead in their camp—two bad
been shot and the third had been killed by a
knife. Tbo fourth individual and the women
and children were missing. The trunks had
been broken open and rifled of their cou-
f tents—including, among other things, the sum
of nine thousand dollars. Tho wagons, kc.
were left attho encampment—N. O. Picay-
**e, 27th ult.
wrongs so far as it may bo in tho power of
Congress to do so, by obtaining from Cali
fornia a concession of 36 deg. 30 min., or
otherwise to consent to such amendments of
the Constitution as shall hereafter secure the
rights of tho slavcholding States from mis
construction and further aggressions; but in
the event of a refusal to do so, I do not hosi-
tato to express my decided opinion that tho
only effectual remedy to the evil, which must
continue to grow from year to year, is to bo
found in tho prompt and peaceable secession
from the aggressing States.”
A weaver in Bradford bas been for some
time employed in weaving in a piece of cloth
the whole of the New Testament. Ho has
lately completed tbo four Gospels, and has
made some advance in the Acts of the Apos
Lectures to Nome*.—A coarse of it
function to nurses is soon to commence in
the Boston Female Medical School
WAX AND KID DOLLS.
A FINE assortment of WAX and KID DOLLS,
and DOLL HEADS, just received at
“ b.5. Mas. PRITCHARD'S.
THE QUEENS OF ENGLAND.
T HE most superb of the Gift Books of the season,
_ containing a series of Portraits of distinguished
imalc Sovereigns, just received and for sale by
Dec. 5. CHASE A PETERSON.
HISTORY AND GEOGRAPHY
Q F the Middle Ages, by Geo. W. Greene, of Broi
University, just received bv
■c. 5. CHASE A PETERSON.
a the premises, in Jackson
and likely. Terms—all sums under $10,
over that amount, twelve months’ credit,. bearing
interest from date; and if the interest be punctually
paid on or before the first day of January, IMS, and
«— «_• a * - thereafter, the j of their:
100 a 12:
from $50 to $130
P*1 30 *
sack.'.'.*.’.*‘.’*.II”*."l 75 1
perlb............... 21 1
Marble Top Wash Stands from $12 to $25
Mahogany Parlor Chairs, (per dee.) •* SO to 75
Walnut da do. da M 20 to 60
Maple, Cottage, and Rush Seat, do, $12 and upwards.
Quartette Tables, Lamp Stands, Work Tables,
WhatmoU, Hat nicks. Divans, Ottomans, Ac.
WRITING DESKS; Stools and Office Chairs; llnir Matrasses, large nnd heavy,«/fowjir/ces; Bed
heads of Mahogany, Maple and Cherry : Lounges; Settees, Ac, Ac, Ac.
Mahogany and Walnut Sofas
Mahogany Book Cases,
Sideboards, (all sizes,)
Sofa and Centre Tables (marble tops) “
ndigo,Spanish per lb....... 1 2.1
“ 12 a 12
g-j] I 12*» |25
S51bs 2 2
i Lead kej
, box 8 K 10.,
ercl, No. 3, bbl 800 a 9 00
kit f?i950 a 2 75
NEW FALL AND WINTER GOODS.
NEWT0N & LUCAS
A GAIN invite the attention of their friends and
customers to a very large assortment of
STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS-
Consisting of plain English and French Merinos,
plain cashmeres. Do Lanes and Mohairs, superior solid
color real cashmeres, plain and changeable Goat's Hair,
or satin striped Goat's Hair, extra superior em-
■ed cashmere. Plain Alpacas in every variety,
. . ind figured Alpacas, 30 cents to $1 50. DTh and
colored Bombazine, black Queen’s Cloth Cloaks, extra
mperior silk warp Alpacas, fancy cloaking for ladies,
1 an<1 some Linde* for cloaks, rich high colored Ca>li-
ncres, small plaid do. for children. Twilled French
Ginghams, twilled silk Ginghams, Scotdi, Manchester
d American G iughani*. French English ami Atucr-
in Cambrics and calicoes. California and Oregon
S 2 2L 2L 0 0
is sifts, black silks, Visette silks, Visctte linings.
Fringes, Gimps, Ac, Ac. Heavy colored Fringes, for
Merinos and cashmeres. Heavy Uack satin for
ges for Velvet a
Bonnet Ribbons, cap and neck ribbons. Velvet neck
abiirgs pr bale,
tings, 7-8 prbale..
...100 a 1 00
H AVING been informed that a report originating
with a newspaper published in this city, to tl
:t that we are Abolitionists, nnd supporters of p;
i advocating abolition doctrines, Ac, has been pi
irculation in tlic Southern States, wc deem it pro
per to stale that said report is utterly falte, and with-
Neither member of our frm has any let
1 rds, or sympathy with abolitionism, or its a
id neeerhad; baton the contrary, are stau
triers of the Constitution aud laws of the
jdopjtowd to any further agitation upon the subject
We respectfully reques
irrcncy to said report, to do 1
' retract and contradict the same.
PERKINS, WARREN A CO,
. .(late Dennis, Perkins A Co.) 39 Bruadwa
Now York, Dec, 6, 1850.
LIFE OF JOHN RANDOLPH,
’YW/ITH a Portrait, by Hon. Hugh Garland, just
▼ V received and for sale by
“ .5. CHASE A PETERSON.
A GEOGRAPHICAL ami historical sketch of that
country, by Rabbi Joseph Schwarx, with a por-
*—s* of the author, and illustrated with maps and
erous engravings. For sale by
cc. 5. CHASE A PETERS
Clarke Sheriff’* Sale.
W ILL bo sold before tlic Court-house door iu the
town of Watkinsville, on tlie first Tuesday in
January next, between the usual hours of sale, the
following property, to wit:—
About 45 acres of land, very well improved, with
rw buildings, gardens Ac, lying in Thomas’ survey,
the town of Athens, adjoining Rutherford and oth-
s, the place improved and occupied by Lloyd K.
Bareficld; also, one negro man, by the name of Sawny,
about 23 years old. Levied upon as the property ol
Lloyd K. Barefield, to sundry fi. fas. issued
from Morgan Inferior Court, in favor of the following
plaintiffs, to wit: One in favor of Wm. L. Mitchell,
one in tavor of Jas. W. Harris, one in favor of George
W. Williams, one in favor of Jeremiah Barefield, one
in favor of Reese A Nisbct, one in favor of Is ham 8.
Fannin, and one in favor of Francis H. Cone, all vs.
' e said Lloyd K. Barefield. The premises aboi
•scribed at present in possession of Jas. W. Harri
Dec. 5, 1850. L S. VINCENT, Sh’ft
[Printer's fee, $3 00.]
AT TIIZ SAME TIME AMD PLACE,
Will be sold the following property, to wil
The house and lot, at present occupied by Wm. S.
HemtAill, on the road to Jefferson, adjoining the
lots of Mrs. Stephens and Mrs. Camak. Lciied
op by virtue of sundry fi. fas. from Clarke Supe-
rior Court, one in favor of Edward Lampkin, oi
in favor of J*n.»s Bancroft It Co, and oilier fi. fat
all vs. said William S. Hemphill.
Doc. 5, 1850. JOHN I. HUGGINS, D. Sh'ff.
: COBB & CRAWFORD,
WHOLESALE AND DETAIL MERCHANTS,
IN DRY GOODS AND GROCERIES.
NO. 10. GRANITE BOW,
POSTPONED ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE.
1 GREEABLY to an order of the Honorable the In-
Ja. feriov Court of Hadisou county, when sitting for
dinary purposes, will be sold before'the Court house
or, in the town of Danielsville, on the first Tuesday
February next, within the legal hours of sale, two
grocs, to wit: Gilbert, a man, about €5 or 70 years
of age, and Primus, a man, about 40 years of age.—
Also, no the same day, will be sold before the Court
house door, in the town of ERijavi Gihuer county, Geor
gia, one lot of land. No. 25, in the 12th district, 2d see.
tion, now Gilmer county, containing ooe hundred ami
sixty acres, more or less, lying on Talking Rock creek,
with the old Federal Road running through it AU sold
as the property of George W. O'Kcllcy, late of Madi-
n, county, deceased, for tlie benefit of the heirs, Ac.
:rm», cash. BENJ. F. O'KELLEY. Adm.
W HEREAS Thomas Siinonton, Guardian of the or
phans of Robert S. Gordon, deceased, applies to
me for Letters of Dismission, from said Guardian
Those are, therefore, to cite ami admonish all per
sons interested, to be ami appear at my office within
prescribed by law, to show cause, (if any they
A.1LJ ACKSON, c.
MUSLINS, LACES, AND FANCY TRIMMINGS.
Superior embroidered Tarlatan and Swiss evening
dresses, plain colored evening dresses, in every variety
Bonnets, Flowers, Tabs, Wreaths, Ac,
Rich embroidered Merino Shawls, superior cash-
ere da, common winter shawls in great variety, fancy
Cloths, Cassimeres and Vestings.
Black French Cloths—well assorted. Simonies be
:tra superior cloths, $4 to $10 00
black Beaver, browu and Black Beat
►th, and heavy woolens for over-cos
ncli, English, and American cashmeres
. ‘ ** ‘ “ », Tweeds, Ker
cloths, Tilot cloth, and heavy
superior, French, EngE«h, an
rich silk, Woolen aud Velvet Vi
scys, Linscys, and heavy winter
BLANKETS—8-4 104 12-4 bed blankets.
A large lot of overcoats, frock and dress coots, vests Ac. I
CARPETS, RUGS, AND OILCLOTHS. I
Green Bazc, Damasks, Merinos, and Table Diapers,
amask Napkins, Towels, table covers, Fruit Napkins
Knitting Yarns, Crewels, Twists, Ip., tyc.
FLANNELS.—Superior Welch Flannels, pla>n and
twilled, red and wb : tc Flannels.
PADDINGS,CANVASS, USINGS, BUTTONS,Ac.
4-4 84 12-4 bleached sheetings, bleached shirts, and
Long clotlis, Superior Satin, Jeans and Brown Drilling.
Sliccting, Shiiting, Factory Cloths,
Faciory Yarns Ac, Ac.
BOOKS, TAPER. INK, QUILLS,
And all kinds of SUtioRary Articles.
HARDWARE AND CUTLERY.
Blacksmiths Tools, Bellow*, Anvils. Ac. Trace
chains, weeding-hocs, Coillins* Simons’ and Davis’ axes,
Harness trimming* and Harness leather, carriage
trimmings and material*, patent leather, top leather,
HATS AND CAPS.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
. * - v immediate poynxmt;
those having demands against either of said estates,
0 hereby notified to present the same for payment
itliin the time prescribed bv law.
Nov. 14,1850. A. M. JACKSON, Adm.
mary next, within the legal 1 tours of sale, the fol
lowing property, to wit:
One hundred and eighty acres of land on the wa
ters of Grove river, in said county, adjoining lands of
Lemuel Dodd, and otlicrs. Levied on by virtue of a
mortgage fi. fa, issued from llall Superior Court—
Robert W. Brown vs. James McThotnpeoo. Proper- .
ty pointed out in said fi. fa.
Also, two tracts of land, ports of lot* Nos. 80 and
89, containing ouc hundred and fifty-five acres. Lev
ied on a* the property of George Barnwell, to satisfy
two fi. fas. from a Justice’s Court Matthew Keith v*.
George Barnwell and Isnac Darter vs. said BarnwclL
Also, forty acres of land, more or less, being part of
lot No. 153, in the 12th district, of said county. Lev
ied on as the property of James Owins, to satisfy a
fi. fa. from a Justice's Court Enoch Myers vs. James
~ Returned to me by a bailiff
8, 1850. It IL WATERS, Sh'ff
SADDLES, BRIDLES, MARTINGALES, AC.
Whips, waggon collars, carriage co"ars, Wind bri
dles, buggy harness, Ac, Ac
Largo assortment—tea setts, dinner setts, plain
Superior Rio Coffee, superior old Government Java
coffee, sugar, s> rup, molasses, crushed sugar, loaf su
gar, tea extra fine, salt, pepper, spice and ginger. Pow
der, shot, le. • ’, Ac, Ac, blasting powder, blue stone,
tobacco, rope*, cords, Ac
AU of wnich are offered at a small advance for cash
or approved credit NEWTON A LUCAS.
Athens, Dec 5.1850.
>FALL & WINTER GOODS!
RICE! RICE!! BICE!!!
A NEW supply of good clean Rice, just received
and for sale low by T. BISHOP.
Athens, Sept 19.
f'lASH paid for beeswax by
BAGGING AND ROPE.
A LOT of heavy Gunny bagging, and best Kentucky
bole rope, just received and for sale low for cash by
Sept 12. T. BISHOP.
rraiUlti r.rlke widow and He Orphan.
T HE Southern Mutual Insurance Company, for
a small sum paid, by a father or a husband, eve
ry year as long as be lives, will pay over, at bis death,
to hia surviving fiunily, ooe or two or five thousand
dollars, according to the amount of the annual pre
mium. This company is thus a Saving Bank, accumu
lating at compound interest the annual payments, and
guaranteeing that they shall amount to a large fixed
.sum. If the party desires it, this may be made pay
able to the fiunily, free from the claims of creditors.—
To all who have not yet made, in case of their death,
" cut provision for the education and rapport
fiumly.no h "
prinapal will never be called for during my life. j be recommended.
n.podaMTi.anaja.t.giT, bed and Hoi-1 Application reedted *t the Home Office, in
tj txLr* th. propertj uamd | A3BUBY BULL. PraUnl.
W. D. MARTIN, t C. P. UcC.T, iYwjr.
SU Mrs. Pritchard.
H AS received and opened her stork of FALL
1 . I • « ’ • Dress GooUi
Her friends and the public arc requested to call
and examine them, as she will sell cheap for CASH
or on a short credit to approved customers.
Athens, Oct 17.
FTMIE undersigned, desirous of closing up his but
I ness in this place speedily, will sell hi* interest,
in the Southern Herald, (late Southern Whig.) news
paper and Job Office, very low for cash.
Tlie establishment is as completely fitted for the
printing of a large weekly sheet as any in the State;
and lias connected with it, a Job Office, where Book,
Job, ami Fancy Printing of every variety,
Fo/further particulars, address post paid.
A LARGE and well selected stock ol Negro
Shoes for Plantation nee, consisting of Black
andRnsaet Brogans of best kinds. Persons in
want of this article will find it to tbeir interest to
call at FEBRY It CO’S.
Oct. 31,1860. No. 7 Granite Row.
f AUGER variety than ever before brought to
I A this market,” to which attention is invited by
Dec 8. . CHASE A PETERSON.
A VERY superior article of Rio coffee, just received
and for sale by T. BISHOP.
fllHE subscriber having located at Newton, (the
A county site of Baker,) will give his prompt and
faithful attention to all professional business entrust-
1 to hi* care in tlie counties of Randolph, Early, Sam
ir, Lee, Baker nnd Decatur of tlie South-Western,
id Thomas of tlic Southern Circuit.
JOHN LYON, Attoexet at Law.
Newton, Baker Co, Ga, Aug. 1.
IRON, NAILS AND HARDWARE.
I RON, Nail*, and a general assortment of Hardware
just received and for sale by
March 7, SUMMEY, TRAMMELL A CO.
JOUN W. HAT.
HISTORY OF XERXES.
Y Jacob Abbott, 13th voLof ths series, just re
I ceiveil and for sale by
Nov. 28. CHASE A PETERSON.
A BBOTT'S Corner Stone, Abbott's Yeung Chris
tian, Abbott’s Way to do Good, Ur sale by
CHASE A PETERSON.
YOUNG LADY’S GUIDE.
B T Newcomb, just received by^^
CHASE A PETERSON.
YOUNG LADY’S HOME.
y^Y L. C. Tuthill, ju*t received and forrale
CHASE A PETERi
CHASE A PETERSON.
LAMBERT & BROTHER,
311 Sling-81.. Charleston, 8. C.
D IRECT Importers of Wilton, Brussels, Three
Ply and Ingrain Carpetings; India Mattings,
Rugs, Door Mats, Ac.; Oil Cloths of all widths for
roonuor entries. Also, direct Importers of Irish Linens,
Shirtings, Sheetings, Damasks, Diapers.
R ING of Albania, just received by
Nev. 14. CHASE A PETERSON.
ILLUSTRATED with nine beautiful
X just received by