found in llte moral qualities of a I time, she paid to the General Government,
.out them, liberty ia impossible, i in taxc>, $1,72 per bead; thus actually receiv-
foolecap, and forms of j ingin pensions mure than slie paid in taxes.
e not quite two and a half
the Memphis Appeal.
md the SoMb—Tbe Evil
flora : Tbe people of tbe entire
Southwest are evidently begin
thoughts and energies
on has induced au ex«
and that has awaken*
m, that will even-
ile change. We
of the’ Govern-
iuced nearly all our
know that upon
ed tlie National
that the North
V of almost all the favors
itow. I have tuT
g the following
hich arc derived from
reach back, many of
rioda of our Govern
ment aomo remarkable
if tbo attention of South-
Tbey show what tbe
what she is and what she
jnly arranged, in a compeal
mlta of the labors and re-
:_and I am indebted, for
(hoso wKp7 for official and
have, at different periods,
compilations and Govern-
The sovereign States of our
>~>^re equal in all that per-
r t power. In the days oF the
_ i old thirteen'(then colonies)
el.interest at stoke iu tbe memora-
' 'for liberty. Let us sec bow tbe
(the North and South) then con-
conquer this war.
' ‘ first report to Congress un
i's administration, shows that,
.790, of white males over sixteen
Pennsylvania had 140,790 cud
ar 34,930. -Virginia had 110,-
it to tbe war 46,621. New
643 more of that population than
a, yet New Hampshire sent
14,906. And South Caro-
i sent -30, Connecticut 32,
o 18, and South Carolina 37,
^2 men ; and Gen. Knox states
s Var» of the greatest ofibruofthe
In 1840, there
times as many pen si on ersin the North as in the
South. In 1848. there were more than three
times as many. New England alone had
more Revolutionary pensioners than the five
old-slave States had pensioners of all kinds.—
These facts show a growing disposition of
the Northern people to ’Quarter themselves
on tbe Government; to feed from that Gov
ernment crib. These and others which I
will bring forward, show that tbe South has
never errant ed the cost of this Union, that
she has always held it so dear as to have
given her blood and her treasure with a lav
ish band to maintain it. She now, however,
begins to feel that all this sacrifice on the al
tar of aggrandisement is not necessary to pre
serve that Union, but that its bond may be
strengtlened and its destiny rendered more
glorious by doing in future for herself, what
she has been heretofore doing for tbe North.
The delusion is passing away. She feels
that the Union can be rendered perpetual,
not by her constantly yielding to Northern
demands and aggressions; not by lending
her energies—her resources to the North!
but by turning these energies homeward,
'these immense resources foi
Died, cm Feather Diver, California. on the 4th of
October last, Samvel D. Nilbet, formerly of Jack
sonville, Ala., in the :3rd year of his age. Mr. NUbel
was a young man unusually beloved and esteemed for
■' -.-ectaud unassuming deportment, kindness of
ition am! irreproachable moral conduct. About
airs ago, in company with liis brother, be left the
ice of his father, Mr. John Nislet of Jackson -
oseek for fortune in the distant region of Culi-
Alas l he was there destined to find an early
those die who are bowed down with years,
brings feelings of sorrow and regret; but to know that
one has died so full of hope, just entering the busy
icenca of life with energy and vigor, brings pain and
nisery. To die af home among relatives and friend
ms te'i rors enough, but to die iu a distant land witbot
he sad privilege of 1>i<
be heart. There is but oi
gloom of such a death: that the subject
hail found that Great Hope, is fullv shown by the fol
lowing esiraci from a letter of his brother, Doct John
Y. N-sbet, to his lather: after speaking of his illness
mtlof several convcisation 1 ’ on the subject of religion,
siltnly that he was ful-
tliat he had a lively hope. Beingable to rc
self no longer, I now gave vent to my
tears; noticing mv emot ions, he turned bis
upon me, and, with a smile upon his pale ct
bo asted, “ What is death T plainly iatin
0. B. BICE,
~>UNER and Repairer of Kano Fortes and Oi
u formerly of New York, respectfully informs
■ning instruments, that he is now located in Macon,
and will visit Athens once or twice a year, and will
work cheapest for those who employ him mo«'
quentlv. He will be in Athens sometime durii
r. Dec. 12,1850.
red a large and select assortment
L such as INDIA —— '
,nd DOLI. HEADS, Chi
pretty TOYS, such as INDIA RUBBER
KID DOLLS and DOLL HEADS, China a
Teasels, Mot toed Mugs and Vases, and <
Saucers, Drums, Fiddles, Guus, Pistol-
perfect Menagerie of Wild and Ti
SPLENDID JABHET FURNITURE,
FREDERICK CLARK, 195 KING-STREET, VICTORIA RANGE,
CH-&HLESTOM, s. C.
W OULD respect fully invite tlie attention of those about buying FURNITURE, to his extensive
assortment—embracing eveiy article in the Cabinet line. Being possessed of great advantages,
in getting his Goods from the Manufactory, and at the first cost, together with low freights, he ia ton-
e * * ' ' ... - buyers, aa will meet their approbation.
$30 to ¥1S0 | Marble Top Wash Stands from $12 to $25
15 to 50 1 Mahogany Parlor Clours, (per dot.) ** 36 to 75
20 to 75 Walnut do. do. da “ 20 to 60
Mahogany Book Cases, “ 25 to 85 I Maple, Cottage, and Rush Scat, do, $12 and upwards.
ANIMALS IN MINIATURE.
Somo of those which are wildest by nature, we
sell the whole
Call and look at them, if
Mahogany and Walnut Sofas,
''abogany Book Cases, .. . «
Meboards, (all sixes,) “ 20 to 60 1 Quartette Tables, Lamp Stands, Work Tables,
>ofa and Ceutre Table* (marble tops) “ 20 to 50 | Whalmots, Ila tracks, Divans, Ottomans, Ac.
WBITING DESKS; Stools and Office Clairs; Hair Matrasses,
'toads of Mahogany, Maple and Cherry : Lounges; Settees, Ac, Ac, Ac.
EST All Furniture packed for the (Country warrrnted to go safe.
*vM broken, and will
Slave Trade IN Brazil'.—The Brazilian
law against the African slave trade was put
in force on the 4th of Sept ember last, by de
cree of the Emperor Don Pedro. By this
decree Brazilian men-of-war aro ordered to
‘special efforts to seize slavers and to
band over their crews ard officers to the
civil tribunals for trial. The ships and car
goes are to bo sold at auction, and the pro
ceeds, after deducting forty dollars for vhe
expense of sending back to Africa each re
captured negro, derided as prize-money
among the officers and crew of the ship
making the capture. The party denouncing
a slaver to the government is also to share
in the prize-money. No Brazilian vessel is
to be allowed to clear for the coast of Afri
ca, without the owner’s giving security that
it shall not take slaves on board. The intro
duction of slaves into any part of the empire
is made piracy and punishable with death.
A special law, hereafter to bo framed, will
determine the punishment to be inflicted on
captains of slavers. —PA ila. Ledger.
stores were now frequently lighted up withabr
site; when, upon enquiring us to the cause, b
ciked that he was onto inducing in happy reflec
buscn’mto and happily were ‘pent the last hou
^ FRESH SUPPLY of VELVET TRIMMINGS,
WAX AND KID DOLLS.
stood bv the brd*i<
ills of life. h. s gone to rat
that blessed land above tbe clood and tbe storm.
aged father where now is his son! and he
look upwardi and with full and undoubtlng assur;
lthtokiaHcavenlvFather and not to a strar
his Fatlieri home, and not to a doubtful place,
he has gone. Supported in suffering, calm iu tbe
conflict, looking Tor and obtaining light, he yielded up
his soul into the hands of a merciful God.” His sur
viving relatives, in view of the happines now enjoyed
by their beloved son and brother, can well join in the
exclamation, *• Blessed be the name of the Lord. -1
TIIE QUEENS OF ENGLAND.
T HE most superb of the Gift Books of the seasoi
containing a series of Portraits of distinguislie
md heavy, at low price*; Bed-
FREDERICK CLARK, 1
HISTORY AND GEOGRAPHY
O F the Middle Ages, by Geo. W. Greene, of Brown
University, just received by
CHASE A PETERSON.
NEW FALL AND WINTER GOODS.
A CAIN invito the attention of their friend, and
customers to a very large assortment of
STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS.
Consisting of plain English and French Merinos,
plain cashmeres, DeLanes and Mohairs, superior solid
color real cashmeres, plain and changeable Goat'* Hair,
superior satin striped Goat’s Hair, extra superior em
broidered cashmere. Plain Alpacas in every variety,
plaid, ami figured Alpacas, 30 cents to $1 50. BVk
colored Bombazine, black Queen’s Cloth Cloaks, c:
superior silk ware* Alpacas, fancy cloaking for lai
handsome Uimc-i for cloaks, rich high colored C
meres, small plaid da for children. Twilled Fr<
Ginghams, twilled silk Ginghams, Scotch. Manche
' American Ginghams. French English and At
Cambrics mid calicoes. California and Oregon
S H IL> HHL S o
ilia, black silks, Visette silks, Visette lining.
Fringes, Gimps, Ac, Ac. Heavy colored Fringes, fo
” 1 ’ Heavy black satin for Frit
LIFE OF JOHN RANDOLPH,
:7ITH a Portrait, by Hon. Hugh Garland, iui
Jived and for sale bv 1
CHASE * PETERSON.
;s. there are no return* wliat-
r of tlioir militia, for most of the contest
of these year* was a desperate partisan war
The Mexican war shows a like state of
things. The South sent to that war 45,-
640 roeb. Tbe North sent only 23,084 men.
The South sent ono man out of every 26
right age. The North sent one man out
of every 124 of tbe right age.
Tbe foregoing facts show conclusively
that tbo South ha* always borne much more
than bor proportion of tho burdens of such
contests. She has always been ready to
make any and all such sacrifices for the glo
ry and honor of our common Union,
us now see if *ho has been rewarded as she
The disbursement* of tbe General Gov-
w, *<> far a* wo have authentic data
Buck to rely, show, that though the
» has thus sacrificed herself when her
“ i, she has now been the step-
government when favors are to
ributed.. Secretary of I he Treasury,
locament 460 (1837,9) shows that in
ars from 1S33 to 1837, inclusive the
1 Government lias paid out $402,000,-
Of this-sum tho North got $65,000,000.
1 tbfr South $37,000,000. Yet, during
t period, tho South paid into tho National
'a duties, $90,000,000. And tbo
« States $17,000,000.
» aro paid on imports, hut these
r t with our efforts; and of these
i belong furnished the three lead
ed, cotton, rice and tobacco. Tbe
rthecn cities may ship them, but tbe slave
“Jfcroduce them ; and they are the ele-
^>f tbe National wealth. They foster
[bern trade, they give employment to
[liemsbipjiiug, they invite the invest-
of Northern capital; and, in short,
ora commerce depends mainly on them
•Collection of Customs.
ependitures under this head, from
dation of the Government to 1649,
3 to $53,600,000. Of this *ui
have been expended i
i, though she paid nearly four-fifths of
' ’ Pott Matters.
In 1847, the North bad 0600 l
-Jlcra; the Sooth had 5660, though ihe pop
ulation » only ns 97 to 73, and their areas,
(exclusive of Texas,) as 45 to 61.
Executive Department, Ga.
Milledgcville, December, 1850. )
Iris ordered, that Hon. John W. Ander
son, Col. Robert H. Griffin, and C. E. Tell,
Esq of Savannah ; James M. Smytlie, Esq.,
and Hon. John P. King, of Augusta; Charles
Collins, Esq., and Elam Alexander, Esq., of
Macon ; Hampton S.Smith, Esq., and Copt
John Forsyth, of Columbus; Hon. Charles
Morphy, of Decatur, and Hon. Mark A.
Cooper, of Cass county, be appointed a com
mittee to examine articles intended to bo sent
by citizens of this state to the London Indus
trial Exhibition, to be held 1st May, 1850.
By the Governor; •
J. M. Patton, Sec’ry Ex Dep’t.
Reported for the Charles ton Courier.
New-York, Dec. 13.
Warlike News from Europe.
Advices received from Boston this morn-
ig, states that in'elligence from Europe by
tho America, one day later than before pub
lished, announce that Continental Affair*
wore a warlike aspect and open hostilities
appeared inevitable. It was asserted that the
Austrian Government had demauded the
evacuation of Hesse Cassel in 24 hours.
Tbe receipts at the four Concert* given by
Jennv Linp, in Baltimore, for four nights,
amounted to the enormous sum of 50,000
[ We learn that our Correspondent
correct, yesterday, in stating that she would
sing here on the 26lh inst.]—Eds. Courier.
Legislature of South Carolina.
Columbia, Dec. 13L
In the Senate, to-day, a Bill appropriating
$300,000 for military purposes, was passed,
and sent to the House of Representatives by
a unanimous vote.
Joshua J. Ward was elected Lieutenant
Governor of tbe State. The vote stood—
Ward 81; Irby 67.
In the House, Mr. Ayer, in a speech—tb<
order of the day being the various resolutions
in reference to Federal affairs—offered the
proposition that this Slate should take tbo
lead. Ho did not doubt that other States
. By reference to Senate document 309 ! ^ ouU1 co-operate. He advocated a Conven-
v (1838,9) it will bo seen that from 1791 to j tion of the people—was in favor of a South-
1837 inclusive, the sum of $35,500,000 has era Congress—and would advise a recall of
Bowen & McNamee,
.Vcic Yovk %
fAVE REMOVED TO THEIR NEW SILK
prehntsire stock of French, Indir .
English Silk and Fancy Goods ever exhibited in thii
market Tlie attention of Merchant
tion of tho country is respectfully in\
Charleston* S. C.
T HE undersigned has conmmem ed the IMPORT
ING AND WHOLESALE DRY GOODS BU
SINESS at No. 135 Mvctfog-s'.rett, -where he trill
ipco, by about the 15th of January next, a large and
very complete Stock of
elected by himself in the m.irket* of England and
France, and imported direct to thii Port.
He particularly invites attention to bis Stock of
Plain and Figured Black. Fancy-colored Figured,
•oukml. G’.ce.and Chene SILKS;
BAREG !'S. GRENADINES. ALBARINES;
French and Scotch GiNGHAMS, <£o, of the latest
ud uevrest s.vles;
A very full stock of new style BONNET RIB-
BOOT AMD SHOE SHOP.
T.cTt ru.r informs the public tliat he has
ived bis shop to the building in tlie r
b Tost Office, near the comer of Baldi
street anu ttoiiego Avenue—where he is prepared
execute in the most superior style and on short not;
all kinds of work in his line of business.
Haying procured the services of Mr. Haudrup/a m
superior workman) under whose management the
tablisliineiit will be placed, ho cun assure the public t
his work will be done in a style equal to that of any
concern in the country, while he believes that he will
be enabled to offer Gentlemen'* fine Boots and shoes,
A new stock of i
for sale low by
r superior article of Rio coffee, just r
eil to liis cure in the counties ofRandolpli, Early, Sum
ter, Lee, Baker and Decatur of tlie South-Western,
and Thomas of the Southern Circuit.
JOHN LYON, Attobxkv at Law.
Newton, Baker Co n Ga^ Aug. 1.
IRON. NAILS AND HARDWARE.
I RON, Nails, and a general assortment of Hardwar*
fust received and for sale by
March 7, SUMMEY, TRAMMELL db CO.
n the place.
c.«&c., at lov. r .
n be purchased at any other
Bonnet Ribbons, cap and neck ribbons, Velvc
ibbons and narrow scarfs. Gloves, Handkerchu
icarfs, and cravats, saspenders—new and handsel
MUSLINS, LACES, AND FANCY TRIMMINGS.
Superior embroidered Tarlatan and Swiss evenin;
Iresees, plain colored evening dresses, in every variet
Bonnets, Flowers, Tabs, Wreaths, Ao,
Rich embroidered Merino Shawls, superior cash
mere do, common winter shawls in great variety, fancy
Cloths, Cassimeres and Vestings.
Black French Cloths—well assorted, Simonies best
axtra superior cloths, $4 to $10 00 “ “ “
“ “ black Beaver, brown and Black Beaver
doth*, Riot cloth, and heavy woolens for over-coats,
superior, French, English, and
rich silk, Woolen and Velvet V
jys, Linseys, and h
■ of SHAWLS, adapted t
HOSIERY—Silk and Coi
f Silk, Mohair, Cotton and Thread
1 Jkioo, a full supply of Anicr
mds, and dealei
JAMES B. BETTS.
TRUTH ISSTR ANG ER THAN FICTION 1
CONFECTIONER IES J J
H. Dill.ml, intends carrying r
s Iran ■!>'*. He will keep c.
(and all kind* of FRUITS
an be bought at at
Orders for pariie
ng employed a firs
rand in the
^ '' 'teen paid out by tho Government for Revo-
Rrary pensions. Of tbia sum tbo North
received $28,000,000. And the South $7,-
500,000. Or, for every. Northern
$127 00. And for every Southern soldiet
Tbe seven free States <ontributed to
expenses of that war $62,000,000.
> to 1838, bad received in pensions
and best OYSTEKS
that can be bought in the Charlcstoc
fine lot of good
a Baker, he will be able to fur
atest and best style. All he wants
also constantly receiving the finest
ill and he will endeavor
000. She has;
. coumputod $17^
*“ ,i *"5Kfcas received im. pension* 84,< .
South Carolina contributed Sll-OOOJ!^—
She lias received in pension* $430,000.
Nhw York cootijbuted $7,180,000. She
has received in pennons $750,000.
Tbe North sott to that war 100 men oat
of every 227, f military age.
The SontWcnt to that war 100 i
of every of military age.
Bat, i»4848,1, iu every 62 (of military
[ was « pensioner at the North;
‘ and only 1 in every 110 in the Sgutb.
For the four years ending l$P|hthe pen
sion expenses of all kinds, were, in tho free
States $8,000,000. And in the slave States
New England alone, glorious Yankeedom,
received more than $2 per bead for every
soal within her limits, and daring the same
Mr. Lawton spoke in favor of a Southern
Congress—a Convew-ion of the people—end
asserted the right of tb* State to secede from
. *^ 3e Ex-Speaker replied to some objec
tions that had been made against his resolu
tion respecting the vacant Senatorehio to the
The debate will probably close to-morrow.
Election of Governor of South Carolina.
Our Columbia Telegraphic Correspond
ent, at a few minutes after one o’clock yes
terday, gave us tbe intelligence that Gen. J.
H- Means had been elected Governor of the
State, by the Legislature, on the second bal
lot. The vote stood—Means 88; Pickens
67; DeTreville S; Buchanan 1.
TtNiI,L l- sold at Watkiu-ville, on the fir»t Tuesday
t* In February next, all tbe nensliable property be
lonriug'totibe estates of Nicholas Osborne and Nancy
~ e, deceased, consisting of household and kitch-
an«J calf, and other article* no)
A. M- JACKSON, Adin.
i furniture, on
continue’from day to day anti! all i- sold.
W ILL be paid for the apprehension a
inty Jail, of my servant.
STARK & KRONER,
LEATHER [FOR SALE.
T HE Watkiqsville Lcatlix Manufacturing Company
are now offering for/sale a handsome stock of
of the best quali
LOOK OUT FOR CHEAP RIDING I
LIVERY STABLE REMOVED.
ble, in ixmncction witb tjiu FruntUp House, tAe thi
method of in firming their old patrons and tho
general, that iliey keep con-tantly on hand for hire.
Saddle Horse*, Horses and Buggies, “
Stage Coachci of all sixes; all of wlii
tbe shortest nitice, and upon more r
They will An a splendid line of F
Coaches three times a week from Atl
Spring, and daily if necessary. All families wishing to
rille tbe ri.lg* roall or by Madison Springs, as they
•ish, for ¥0 per seat. Travelling ti
sit the up-coontry v:
experience arel close i .
tion to all who may favor them with theii
■ We'yuh a splendid Omnibus daily from
the R. R. Depot. SALTE1
January 25,, 1849.
Omnibus offices at (he Newton House ar
Stage and Li very office at the Franklin I
S PERM, Adamantine, and patent Mould Candle
constantly on hand and for sale low by
" — T.Bisnop.
H [A Card.]
AVING beeynformed that a report originating
with a new/paper published in this city, to tb*
effect that we are Abditiomrts, and supporters of pa
per* advocating ojolitioo doctrines, Ac, has been put
id circulation in tie Southern State*, we deem it pro
per to state that Aid report is utterly false, andwiih-
Xeither, number of nr firm hat any leaning to
•ard*, or ttfiopaik/ with abolitionism, or it* advocates,
md never had; baton the contrary, are staunch sup-
We respectfully request all papers which have given
currency to said report, to do us die justice and favor
to retract and cortradict the same
! PERKINS, WARREN <t CO,
(late Annfa, Perkin* & Ca) $9 Broadway.
New York, DH, 5,1850.
Harry, who ran off from
Depot at Athens. He ia 0
where I feel confident he. ia not out of Athens.—
He i* 5 feet, 4 indies in height, a bright mulatto, long . - , .
black glossy hair, and has a deep scar over hi* right A GOOD sujply of good Oak and Hemlock sole
eye.. The above reward will be pmd for liU appre-, xX/ '* " ‘
1 be paid for liis nppre-. XA. leather, U tper Leatlier, Calf Skins, Ac, Ac., coo-
GEO. F. JAMESON. I Uutly cn hand aid for sale low fix cash by
Oxford, G*. Sept 19. T. BISHOP.
!, Tweeds, Kcr-
, . . . as.
BLANKETS—8-4 104 12-4 bed blankets.
large lot of overcoats, frock and dress coats, vests Ac
CARPETS, RUGS, AND OIL-CLOTUS.
Green Bazc,Damasks, Merinos, and Table Diapers,
Damask Napkins, Towels, table covers, Fruit Napkins
Knitting Yams, Crewels, Twists, Ifc., ffe.
FLANNELS.—Superior Welch flannels, plain an.l
twilled, red and white Flannels.
PADDINGS. CANVASS. I.ININGS. BUTTONS,Ac
8-4 124 bleached sheetings, bleached shirts, and
Long cloths, Superior Safin, Jeans and Brown Drilling.
Sheeting, Shirting, Factory Cloths,
Factory Yarns d-a, Ac.
BOOKS, PAPER, INK, QUILLS,
And all kinds of Stationary Articles.
HARDWARE AND CUTLERY.
Blacksmith’s Tools, Bellows, Anvils. «fca Trace
chains, weeding-hoes, Coi Hina’ Simons’ and Davis’ axes,
Harness trimmings and Harness leather, carriage
trimmings and materials, patent leather, top leatb.
HATS AND CATS.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Gents' Superior stretched Dress Boots, extra superi
or light water proof do„ heavy ditcher's do., men'
coarse and fine slioes in every variety. Ladies’ supei
or Kid slippers and walki ug shoes, childrens' Mi.-s’s ai
SADDLES, BRIDLES, MARTINGALES, «tC.
Whips, waggon collars, carriage collars, blind bi
dies, buggy harness, <£c., d'c.
Large assortment—tea setts, dinner setts, plni
’ ’ ' * " * * Jrtod.
Superior Rio Coffee, superior old Government Java I
coffee, sugar, syrup, molas*cs, crushed sugar, loaf su- j
gar, tea extra fine, salt, pepper, spice ami ginger. I’ow-1
der, shot, lead, «fca, da, blasting |>owder, blue stone, !
tobacco, ropes, cords, da 1
All of wliich are offered at a small advance for cash I
or approved credit. NEWTON A LUCAS, j
Athens, Dec. 5. 1850.
LAMBERT & BROTHER,
311 King-Sr., Charleston, S. C.
D IRECT Importers of Wilton, Brussels, Three
Ply and Ingrain Carpetings; India Mattings,
Door Mats, da; Oil Cloths of all widths for
or en tries. Also, direct Importers of Irish Linens,
ngs, Sheetings, Damasks, Diapers.
R ING of Albania, just received by
Nov. I ‘ ' ~
CHASE & PETERSON.
A LARGE and well selected stock ot Negro
Shoes for Plantation use, consisting of Black
and Russet Brogans of best kinds. Persons in
want of this article will find it to their interest to
call at FEI RY & CO’S.
Oct. 31,1860. No. . Granite Row.
S UGAR cured Hama, very cboice, just received and
for side by Nov. 14. T. BISHOP
A GOOD horse and buggy. Apply at thi* Office.
PRINCIPLES OF GEOLOGY,
O R, The Modem Changes of the Earth and its In
habitants, considered as illustrative of Geology,
by Charles Lycll Illustrated with Maps, Plates and
Wood cuts, for sale by CHASE d PETERSON,
Oct 81. Sign of the Mammoth Boole.
THE GOOD CHILD’S LIBRARY,
A ND a variety of other J ivouile Annuals and Gift
Books, in the ordering of wlrn
A FRESH supply of fiuc bacon sides and shoulder*
just received and for sale by T. BISHOP.
B EAVEIl and Moleskin Hats, just received at
Aug. 29. FERRY d CO’S.
HEMLOCK SOLE LEATHER.
A LARGE lot of the very best Hemlock Sole
FERRY & CO’S.
•Vfft© Fire-Proof Warehouse*
GIBBS & McCORD,
.VdXroSIf STREET, A UOUSTA, OA.
T HE undersigned beg leave to inform their friend*
an J the public, that they have removed to the
new fire proof Warehouse recently built on tho corner
<*f MoIntO'li and It ynolds streets, where they have
!Htly located, and will continue to give their
i above business i
YOUNG LADY’S HOME.
B YL.C. TuthiB, jus
Fine French Calf Hoots.
F ERRY A CO. have constantly on band a large as
sortment of gentlemen's fine dress Boots, which
they will warrant to wear and fit as well as any j „7j
made in the place. 1
beautiful article of Calf Shoes, Congress Boots, dc
patronage. All orders, accompanying consignments of
Cotton, and for Bagging, ltope, and Family Supplies
will be faithfully executed.
,7 “**£ I Cash advances will be made on produce in store when
wiKar^nf to ’ required. Their charges will conform to the establish-
will warrant to wear and fit as well as any Yates. THOS. F. GIBBS.
Augusta, July 19, 1849. GEORGE McCORD.
NEW GROCERY STORE.
IHE Subscribers would respectfully inform the
L good citizens of Athens and tbe country general-
, tliat they are now opening a new and complete as-
rtment of FRESH GROCERIES, suited to town
id country trade; nil of which will be sold on rea-
nabJe terms for cash, or to punctual dealers.
The subscribers would beg leave to say, their Goods
ive been purchased for cash mostly, and cooseqoent-
afford to sell for a small profit—believing
A SPLENDID ANNUAL.
JR SAVIOUR with Prophets and Apostles
8 highly finished engravings, just received at
tbe cheap book store of CHASEd; PETERSON.
MILTON’S PARADISE LOST,
W nlTII notes Inf Rev. James Robert Boyd, a
containing the following illustrations, execut
the highest style of the art, viz:
Satan arousing the fallen Angels, 1 1
Sin preventing the combat between Satan and Death,; 1
Satan contemplating Adam and Eve, in Paradise, j
Creation of Light, * 1
that “ a brisk penny is better than a
Their store is on tbe comer of Broad and Wall
its, in the bouse formerly occupied by Summey, a*
Tu> and S
SUMMEY, TRAMMELL <fc CO.
Athens, March 7,1850.
Adam and" Eve driven out of Paradise.. For sale at ! COBB & CRAWFORD,
Qet.*l. CHASE <fc PETERSON’S, j WHOLESALE AND RETAIL MERCHANTS,
Trunks. Valises anil Cnrpet Bags*
A LARGE assortment to be found at
March 28. FERRY A CO’S
' GOOPS A NO GROCERIES.
NO. 10. GRANITE ROW,