John W. Oou,
DEALER IS DRT GOODS AND GROCERIES' . w Am
HARDWARE AND CUTtE.t. .... «... JJOOK 811(1 JOD iTillUllg U11106,
BROAD STREET, ATHENS, GA.
K Broad-ttreei—A TUENB, OA.
W. S. Grady,
Dealer in Dry Cirece Ire, c « A
J, 15, Broad Street—ATHENS, OA.
Thomas W. Alexander,
ATTOMItT AT LAW.
Unncmui, Ownnan Co.
MTAnrbi»neM entrusted to bis cere will meet with
prompt attention. \y Feb.10.lM8.
• JJ» NCOCBAGEDlirlbt very libera] patronage hith-
U erto received, tbe und.-rsigued have been indo
: ©ed to make large addition* to their heretofore large
i and beautiful assortment of Printing Materials, and to
' establish a JOB OFFICE, for the exclusive purpose
! of doing JOB-1VOBK, where we are prepared
, to execute, i» the most beautiful style, and for LOW
PLAIS AND ORNAMENTAL
A GREEBLY to an order from the Court of Ordina
ry of Clarke county, will be sold on the first
Tuesday in January next, at Watkinsville, within the
legal hours of rale, 15 o ’ 1 **
the estate of William W
Amongst the negroes
washers and ireoers; likely boys, and one of thn best
tanners, curriers, and finishers in the State. Terms
on the day. B.H. OVERBY, Adm’r.
Oct. SI, 1850.
WUOUSALE ASD RETAIL GROCER.
.Vo. I,Broad Street—ATHENS, OA.
FERRY A CO.,
WHOLESALE AND SET AIL DUU3U B
HATS, CAM, BOOTS, SHOES, TRUNKS, E«
Broad Street.—A TilEN8, OA.
R. J. MAYNARD,
(Over Iks "Southern Banner* <
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
■1 Messrs. J. L.
bich is ahundai
bile liy the
Johnson & Co., of Philadelphia,
evidence of their superiority;
good paper, cards, &c., and
taste tu the “ gettiug up” and eacvuuou o* our wi
we t,)>cct tu give universal satisfaction.
id the public generally are
1 the display of correct
Y?' Our friends an
spectfully invited to g
Athens, SepL 5.
T. M. LAMl'KIN.
A. B. & D. SANDS,
©irtcsiis^ Mm tsiEagEansm
No. 100 Fallon Street, Corner of William,
F OUR months after date, application will be made
to the Honorable the Inferior Court of Jackson
county, when sitting as a Court of Ordinanr purposes,
S r leave to sell the lands belonging to the estate of
enry 8. Butler, late of said county, deceased.
JAS. HAROROVE, Adm.
Sept 5,1850 N. M. BUTLER, Adm’x.
X\ri , -
V f next, before the Court house door, in the b
of Watkinsville, during the legal hours of sale, <
negro boy, Henry, about 15 or 16 years old. To
sold under an order of* the Honorable the Infer
Court of Clarke county, sitting for ordinary purpoi
as the property of Jonn T. Baker, deceased for the
WaUhee. (Tori*, Jewelry, Sileer, Plated and Britannia
Ware, Fine Cutlery, Musical Instrument*,
Fancy floods, <fv, eke.
No. 15, Broad-street, under the Franklin House™ Athens
B. M. WHITLOCK & CO.
84 Front street, JVcw Fork,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
SELECTED FOR THE SOUTHERN TRADE
C3F* Brandies, Wines, and Segar* of our own Impor
tation—Teas, Tobacco, «fcc^ fine quality. Orders re-
rompt attention. July 4,1850.
C. & W. J. PEEPLES,
(Omens in Athens axi> Gainesville, Ga.)
F8* Will continue the practice of Law in the coun
ties of Clarke, Walton, Jackson, Gwinnett, Hall, Haber
sham ami Franklin, of the Western Circuit; Cherokee,
Lumpkin and Forsyth, of the Cherokee Circuit; and
Cobb, of the Coweta Circuit.
C. I'mm-es, Athens W. J. Peeples, Gainesville.
GEO. W. & JEIIIAL READ,
MANUFACTURERS fc WHOLESALE DEALERSIN
HATS, CAPS, BONNETS,
Artificial Flower s,
UMBRELLAS AND PARASOLS.
Newton & Lucas,
'William A. Lewis,
ATTORNEY AT LA W,
Cummixo, Foesytu co, Ga.
|y Will practico in the counties composing the Che-
fFHE undersigned have associated themselves in the
A practice of Law. All business confided to them,
willnave prompt attention. OVERBY A GLENN.
_ B. II. OVERBY. I J. N. GLENN,
i, Jackson Co, Ga. j Carncsville, Franklin Co.
Dec. 27, 1849.
Barbcrliig and Ilair Dressing.
B ERNARDO J. ARZE is prepared to give full
satisfaction to all gentlemen requiring his services
in the above line, lie may be found at all times in the
brick building over Matthews,Goodman A Co’s store
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
f. Marietta, Ga.
IIORTOY, MOORE A CABLTOY,
WHOLESALE AXD KETA1L DEALERS IX
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, HARDWARE,
CROCKERY AND SADDLERY.
No. 8, Granite Row—ATHENS, GA n
J. W. Boetox. P. E. Moore, J. A. Carltox.
• Athens, Feb. 7,1850. 44—tf.
CHASE & PETERSON,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
BOOKS, STA TIONER Y, FANC Y GOODS
SIGN OF THE nANnOTII BOOK.
Third door east of Colleys Avenue,
GF" All orders promptly filled at Augusta prices
Athens, Feb, 28,1850.
PIsV.VO -FORTE S.
■AN ELEGANT assortment of PIANC
'of llio celebrated makers, STODART
DUNHAM, N. Y„ also, the recently i
MEL0DEOX. at the Piano-Forte depot
Athens, Feh. 7,1850.
July 4, 1850.
AVERY, HUJJABD A CO.
IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS OF
SC*pie and Fancy Dry Good*,
No. 70, Broadway, N. Y.
May «, 1850 1y
WILLI AX BRYCE 4c CO.
HARDWARE, CUTLERY. DUNS, &C.
22S Pearl Street, New York,
constantly on hand a full and well selected
stock, adapted to the Southern trade. Particular at-
T. H. WILSON,
H AS moved bis old stock to the room on College
Avenue recently occupied by A. Alexaxdee A
Co., where he is now exhibiting a splendid assortment
of STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS, HARD
WARE k CROCKERY , all of which is fresh and
well selected; he hopes his friends and customers, will
call and see for themselves.
April 25, 1850.
Present their Honors, Middleton Witt, Russel J. Park,
Robert White, and Cliarles Wi
Court, by the petition of Martin
TT appearing to the Ci
X Fricks, that Joseph
ed, did in his life tune, u
Fricks his bond conditioued
pie to said Martin Fricks, tc .
and uinety one, (891) seventeenth district, and third
section, containing forty acres more or less, upon the
payment of the consideration money; and it appear-
—** *" the Court that said J. T. Cunningham departed
inglmm, lat .
le to the Mid Martin
lake titles in fee
land, eight hundred
POSTPONED ADMINISTRATOR’S SALE.
j| G REE ABLY' to an order of the Honorable the In-
* rior Court of Madison county, when sitting for
try purposes, will be sold before the Court house
door, in the town of Danielsrillc, on the first Tuesday
February next, within the legal hours of sale, two
groes, to wit: Gilbert, • man, about 65 or 10 j ears
of age, and Primus, a man, about 40 year* of age.—
th the ou Federal Road running through it All sold
the property of George W. O’Kelley, late of Madi-
t, county, deceased, for tlie benefit of the heirs, Ac.
Terms, cash. BENJ. F. O’KELLEY, Adm.
SILVER AND PLATED
1 Ware, dtc.
rpHE subscribers are now opening at Hie new Jewel-
■1 ry Store, a splendid assortment of fine Watches, (all
warranted good time keepers) and a great variety of
Gold Buckles, Gold and sili
of all kinds.
Also, Silver Table, Desert and Tea Spoons, extra-fine
Silver Forks, Soup and Gravy Ladles, Butter-knives;
with a great variety of fancy articles and housekeeping
goods. Our facilities for purcliasing goods in Ne
York are such as to enable us to offer them cheap
sspectfully invite our friends, the public,
„ ., , call and examine
itock, and the rule rs, and judge for th<
o R TT£a
o perform well. Repairing of all
It is therefore ordered hy the Court, That notice be
public places in the county.
said John H. Cunningham and Giles Mitchell, c:
a aforesaid, should not execute titl<
s terms of said lxuuL
True extract from the minutes <
ember 2,1850. JOHN G. PITTMAN,
SepL 12, 1850.
they have,) in the Clerk’s office, why
~ cliell, executors
said lot of land,
id Court, Sep-
Purposes, Sept an i
Present their honors. Young L. O. Harris, Ji
Barrett, William Dickcn, and Elizur L. Newtou,
Justice* of said Court
To all whom it may concern.
TYTHEREAS, Lucy Purycar, Guardian of Martha,
V f Elizabeth, John and Sarah Puryear, orphans of
John Puryear, decease!, applies for Letters of Dismis-
eiou from said guardianship:—
Therefore, all person concerned, nre hereby cited
• ’ ‘ ’ fiU their objections, (if any they
of the Court
W. N. WHITE,
At the University Bookstore,
NO. 2, COLLEGE AVENUE, ATHENS, GEO.
WHOLESALE AHD RETAIL BOOKSELLER,
COMMON AND FANCY STATIONERY,
Natlc and mimical Instruments,
LAMPS, FINE CUTLERY, FANCY
GOODS, TOYS, <fcc, 4c.
tW Orders filled with promptness and at Augusta
Fucks. Aug. 1.
The Honorable the Inferior Court, sit tiny for Ordinary
Purposes, September 2,1850.
Present then- Honors, Yc*ing L. G. Harris, Elizur L.
Newton, Jame* W. IUrrett and William Dickcn,
Justice* of said Court;
To all whom « may concern.
W HEREAS, James t*. Maj ne, A*J*«inLitraLw o
tlio real estate oftjohn G. Mayne. decease!
applies for Letter* of Dijmission from said admini:
Therefore, the kindred (ud creditors of said deceas
ed, are hereby ciied and ,-uhnonishcd
jections, (if any they have} in ray office ...
law, otherwise, Letters ofiDismissioa will be granted
to the applicant at the ne# May term of said Court.
By order of said Court.
Tnr subscriber still continues to keep open
his HOUSE in JxrrzuBox, Jackson count
Ga, for the accommodation of Travelers.
Man and horse, per day, f 1
SepL 19 1850.
5,per day,.. 81
all night,. 1
tf J. B.NABERS.
LOOK AT THIS!
CARRIAGES, R00XAWAYS fc BUGGIES,
NEW AND SECOND-HAND,
AND At deduced prices.
RICH'D S. SCHEVENE1.L, Coach-Make*.
Opposite the Bgnk—ATHENS, GA-
Saith & StOYaH, —-
DEALERS IN DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, AC
Itm. 1, College Avenue, Athena.
Terms—cheap for cask or country produce
CONVERSE, TODD-& GRAYDON,
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
58 Liberty Street, Cor. of Nassau, near the Poet Office
CRAU.K* X. oovrtxsx, NEW YORK.
saxes gxatdox. May 9,1850. Iy
BOffCKINCK, BOWSU. & CO.
WHpLESALE DEALERS IN
STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS,
N<a6S, Cedar Street, apposite the Past Office.
«.Amcrac*,a) . NEW YORK.
J. S.ROWKLL, I.
) May 9,1850 1
TTIXTRA Genesee Floor, just neeirsd sad for «de
XL by Nor. 14. T.BISHOP.
A Hunter's Zrilbin South Africa,
./CONTAINING anecdotes ofthe chase of the LION '
ELEPHANT, RHINOCEROS, de. A remark
able bo.A joct received by
Oct, 81. CHASE k PETERSON.
Great Bargains at
ORE DOOR BELOW REESE ic Wilt's DRUG STORE,
\ Broad Street, Athena Ga.
rTlHE undersigned would inform his friends and
X patrons, that his new,"and splendid stock of
FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING,
Has been received direct from our manufacturing es
tablishment; New Jersey, where there has been no
pains spared to make it good and fashionable, in short,
I can unhesitatingly say, that my stock is the best one
that I lave ever had the pleasure of bringing to
Athena. Having selected most of the styles myself,
- . - — * ’ ' ’’onable and durable,
re to your own good
judgments Without saving more, I cordially invite all
who are in need of the following articles to call and
examineIokthemselves, to wit: Black Broad Cloth
Frock, Dress, Sack, and Polka Coats; Black, and
~ " its; Grey, and Brown
. Drab Felt Cloth Ovor
Coats; also, Sxtinett, Blanket. FelLand PiloL Flush
ing, Kersey, and Cassimere Overcoats, cut long for
horseback riding ood short for plantation coats.
BlanksLSatineU, Tweed,-Cloth. Beaver, Kersey,
Jea^s, and Mol# Skin Sack#, and Frock Coats, Doe
Skin Car*. Sacks and Frock Coats, (a handsome arti
cle) BTk IY»e Skin, amt English Cass, pants; Fancy
English, French wad American Caesimere pants,
(cheap and good,) Satmett, Jeans, Tweads, Kersey,
English Cord, and Moleskin pants ; Cashmere, Silk,
Satin, Cashmcrett, Wool, Worsted, Valencia, and
Black Brued Cloth, double and single breasted Vesta
Aba, a large assortment of ftmiislung article#, to wit
Stocks, Collars, Cravats, Handkerchiefs, Bock,amt
Berlin Glares; Kid, Silk and Oaswmere Gloves; Sus
penders, Combs, Brashes, Half hose, Ac, tc.
A large supply of our own make, handsomely, and
well made; al*o, knit under Shirts and Drawers of
every quality and *tyle,«ilk,Cottoo,Merino, and Wool
Hats, Caps, &c.
Also, a huge aad handsome stock of Hats and Capa,
embracing all the styles worn at the present day,
fine Mole 8km. Bearer, Soft Bodies. Ac, Ic.
SOk. Ginghams, Cotton, and Cambric, Whale and
Steel Ribbed Umbrellas.
Tranks, Carpet Bag*, and Valises,
Iron frame, aad nwectJolio*, all of which will be
aoUcheajLat the above named store.
Present their Honors, Y< _ ...
Barrett, William Dickcn, and Elizur L. Newton,
Justices of said Court.
To all whom it may concern.
W HEREAS, Bcnajali 8. Sheets, Executor —
Nicholas Sheats, deceased applies for Letters
of Dismission from said Executorship:—
Therefore, the kindred and creditors of said deceas
ed, are hereby cited and admonished to file their ob
jections, (if any they have) in my office in terms of the
law, otherwise, Letters of Dismission will be granted
’ ” l*f said Court.
to the applicant at the next May
By order of said Court.
Septembers, 1850. A. M. JACKSON,
Purposes, September 2,185a
Present their Honors, Young L. O. Harris. William
Dicken, Elizur L. Newton, Justices of said Court.
To all whom it may concern.
TTTHEREAS, David Holmes, Adrninsftator of Joliu
I f Colly, deceased, applies for Letters of Dismis
sion from said Administration:—
Therefore, the kindred and creditors of said dec
ed,arc hereby cited and admonished to file their
joctions, (if any they hare) in my officu in term. .
the law, otherwise. Letters of Dismivion will be
granted to the applicant at the next May term of said
To all Persons to whom these Presents shall
R NOW ye that we, Richard s. Schrrencll, Pet«W
A. Summer, Rufus L. Moss and John S. Tint/y
have associated ourselves together as a body conorate,
for the purpose of engaging in the basinets of Mana-1
factoring Doors, Sash and Blinds, and ether articles I
composed of wood, and of casting iron aad bras--, and !
1—j—:— v: and r J 1
WATCHES AND JEWELRY,
SO Xllver and risrte* War
. MUSICAL IXSTRUMEKTS, AC.
W. P. SAGE, has just returned
HS\ fr « m Ncw York with a beautiful
A V I assortment of the above named
articles which he will sell cheaper
t i iaa can purchased elsewhcn
Broaches Pins, Ear and Finger Ringi
Gold Guard and Fob Chains ; Gold
Pais and Pencils; Gold, Silver
and Steel Buckles; Gold
and Silver Thimbles,
Warranted sterling Silver, Table Desert
and Tea Spoons, Sliver Forks,
id all other articles usually kept in a Jewelry Stoi
The superior advantages which the subscriber pc
sses over those unacquainted with the business,
being a practical Jewellor, renders him cajiablo
properly judging the value of all he pun-liases and re-
nnmeuds to the public.
Fifties, Violins, Guitars, &c.
rianos from the most celebrated makers and war-
Piano, Flute, Violin and Guitar Music.
lies and time-pieces faithfully repaired and
GREAT COPOH REOTBP Y
For tbe Core «f
ASTHMA aad CONSUMPTION
T HE uniform success which has attended the use of
this preparation—its salutary effect—its power to
relieve and cure affections of the Lungs, have gained
for it a celebrity equalled by no other medicine. We
offer it to the afflicted with entire confidence in its
tes, ami the lull belie! that it will subdue and re-
e the severest attacks of disease upon the throat
and Lungs. These results, as they become publicly
known, very naturally attract the attc * ”
men and philanthropists evervwhort
opinion of CHERRY PECTORAL
VALENTINE MOTT. M.
Prof, Surgery Mid College,New York, says:—
certify the value and effi-
CHERRY PECTORA L, which I con-
ider peculiarly adapted
7 uf *y
Throat and Lungs.’
s diseases of the
PECTORAL, and if any r
of the Lungs:—“ Try the CHERRY
For the removal tat
of the blood, or
Among the nmnvandi
monition, L one_wl»-e fj ..
-unlearn, in the’historv of the p._ .
SAP A RILLA stands forth ii|ouc,aJ
proclaims its power—that mote efoi
bly alfectjsig in tbe appenlsof (lie a
been answered. • Thousand? of
: been cured by H»i*in-5>tn
n.t fornisbed in the records;
but are performed in ©nr principal J
places. They are brought befor '■ “
tiatc, beyond* doubt, tb9 heat:hi
and the facts unfolded,*
s the light <dj£y.
piuity to Ayer’s CHERRY PECTORAL and we can
not too strongly recommend this skillful preparation
to tbe profession and public generally.”
Let the relieved sufferer speak for himself
llAUTKoitD, Jan. 26,1847.
Dr. J. C. Ayer—Dear Sir:—Having been rescued
from a painful and dangerous disease by your i
an exalted chan*..!
mation of otliei
A slight cold upon the lungs, neglected
came so severe that spitting of blood.
and in sliort bad all the
followed and fastened upou
1, could not sleep, was dis-
a pain through my chest,
inning symptoms of quick
IDe ^ried your"CHERRY
•ed and has now- cured
me. Yours with respect, E. A. STEWART.
Albany, N. Y, April 17,1848.
Dr. Ayer, Lowell,—Dear Sir:—I have for years
been afflicted with Astluna, in the worst fonu; so that
I have l>eeu obliged to sleep in my chair fora larger
^ rt of the time, being unable to brcatlie on my bed.
lad tried a great many medicines, but to uo purpose,
until my i»liv-ician prescribed, as an experiment, your
fleets upon the vital powers of ti.
though possessed of powerful liealicg p
entirely harmless. »n<i will not injure the
constitution. When in perfect health, n
Juced by its use, except an increase »
when disease is sealed iu the frame, a:
its victim along the path of life, then it
flueucc is felt and seen; it enkindles
or, and brings health and strength to
SCROFULOUS AFFECTION O)
WiNcncsmt, Kv n Oct 29,1849.
A. B.«t D. Sands—Gentlemen: J would not has
resumed to write to you, if it was not-my duty to It.
le public know the almost miraculous effect your Sar-
ipariilu 1ms liad upon me. My limbi were covered
rith ulcerous -or.-s, s.. that I could not wnlk daring
A GENERAL assortment of fasliionablc Mafroganj
raid other Furniture from
PRIME, KENNY & CO., Boston,
Wholesale and Retail.
Purchasers of 81000 or more, will be supplied a
10 per cent advance on Boston Wholesale prices and
cost of transportation.
From 8500 to 81000 at 15 per cent
“ 8100 to 8500 “20“ “
Call and see, in the Insurance Building, opposite the
Post Office. Athens. Ga. Marchr 14* 1S50.
MAHOGANY, MAPLE AND I
bes.Bnreaui. Sideboard »,Tn
MANUFACTURED AT HOME,
k I began to experience the most gratifying
m its use ; and now, in four weeks, the disc
oved. I cun sleep on my bed with comfort i
a state of health which I had never expcctcu u»
GEO. S. FAllUANT.
1 in Athens by Drs. HILL & SMITH, by Havil-
land, Risley t Co. Augusta, and by druggist generly
througuout the State.
Aug. 1, 1850
Clarke Sheriffs Sale.
W ILL be sold before the Court-house door in the
town of Watkinsville, on the first Tuesday iu
ry next, between the usual lioursof sale, the
ing property, to wit:—
apt 45 acres of land, very well improved, with
auildings, gardens Ac, lying in Thomas’survey,
town of Athens, adjoining Rutherford and oth-
10 place improved and occupied by Lloyd K.
ield; also, one negro man, by the name of Sawny,
about 28 years old. Levied upon as the property of
Lloyd K. Barefield, to satisfy sundry fi. Ins.'
from Morgan Inferior Court, in favor of the fol
plaintiffs, to wit: One in favor of Wm. L. Mitchell,
’ i favor of Jas. W. Harris, one in fav
Williams, one in fin er of Jeremiah
or of Reese <fc Nisbct, one iu favo:
Will lie sold the following property, to wit:
The house and lot, at present occupied by \Vtn. S.
Hemphill, on the road to Jefferson, adjoining the
lots of Mrs. Stephens and Mrs. Camak. Levied
ou by virtue of sundry fi. tas. from Clarke Snpe-
Court. one in favor of Edward Lampkin, one
j king two bottles
anent blindness seemed to l>s his late. ti™ U.
as entirely restored his eight, and wo cannot but re-
aumeud all similarly afflicted to use Sunds’ Harsapa-
BENJAMIN F. BUCKNER.
ITS POPULARITY’ ABROAD.
Maracaibo, Venezuela, April 12th, 1849.
Messrs. Sands—Gentfeiuen: I consider it a duty dot
the public to make known theirroat l^nc'
1 from using your valuable Sarsnjm
nd after using fi
»ugh the a
r fifteen days, 1 fotad myself eil
o n.y friends and the public.
r of Jar
Idle there conti
fter my return,
uige of the liu:
. rostrationof strt
ed difficulty of re
important and tn
•t. I feel that!
J. M. JESURUN. I
ctciL t A. l
North, adding only the freight, at
Two doors West of the Post Office, near the Epis-
itinuance of the patronage hitherto-received
by the subscriber will encourage and enable him to add
considerably to his stock; of manufactured articl
to increase tbe variety tf h&rjpatjrial.
MTiy take jour moneytfl^P^Wyoucauu
advantageously at home t
»** Old jFurniture cleansed and repaired. Sign ai
ornamental Painting. -' : NC. S. OLIVER.
TAIf HOUTEY & BARRETT, *
Bug leave to inform their friends, and tbe
', that they hare rerStorcil
I vs. said William 8. Hemphill.
Dec. 5, 1850. JOHN I. HUGGINS, D. Sh’ff.
l'\ f ILL be sold before tlie Court house door, in th
YY town of Gainesville, on the first Tuesday ii
January next, within the legal hours of sale, the fol
lowing property, to wit:
One hundred and eighty
trilla, which I c
not for fixtrle^n'jHi
Prepared and sold, wholesale
Price 81 per bottle . . ... .
For. sale by IIIL L ct S M 171?, alto REES E■
May 9,18"- - -r- . _
York. Sold aUc
the United States and C
' ' jbr 85.,
lighty acres of land
said county, adjoining lands of
Lemuel Dudu, and others. Levied on by virtue of a
mortgage fi. fx. Issued from Hall Superior Court—
Robert XV. Brown vs. James McThompson. Proper-
it^rf^ pointe,loutin tai ' 1 fi ‘ fa -
re re -Also, two tracts of land, parts of lot* Nos. 80 and
niag one hundred and fifty-five acres. Lev-
the property of George Bamwel
George Barnwell and Isaac Darter vs. said BarowelL
- Also, forty acres of land, more or less, being part of
lot No. 153, in the 12th district, of said cou * —
ied on as tbe property of James Owins, '
R fa. from a Justice’s Court. Enoch Myer.
Owens. Returned to me by a bailiff.
The valuable advi
ill prevent years «
Dually thousands of;
posed of iron and wooa. Also for the manufacturing I
, _ . , ADMINISTRATORS* SALE.
estate of Mum-
Steam Company,” and by vihicli we will be
wa said designated. That we hive subscribed os
-- capital stock the sum of vfrre thousand dollars
which will be emptoyed in the buMieas before meo-
mcd. RICHARD S. SCHEVENELL.
PETER A. SU»JET, .
R. L. MOSS. ; '
JOHN S. LINTON. '
Signed in the presence of JohbKiripatricfe,J.P.
GEORGIA—CLARKE COUNTY. I *
Clerk* Office, Superior Court, Book f, folio 864. Re
corded on the day July, 1850-
) USSIAN and American sheet Iron of various
constantly on hand and for sale
Sept. If. T.BISHOP.
* C. JOIN SON, Clark.
Ordinary, that poi
ford Bennett, deceased, whsreon Thomas Morri
now lives, etnhracing the Tan-yard, and ten ac._
of land, more or less. Sold for the fo. ne fit ofFthe
heir*. MIDDLETON WITT, Ai*n.
Nor. 7,1850. NANCY BENNETT, Adr.ht.
mitth & hanhooJ
BltRl a ' vioorous l| -^.
2inkeiin on SoLf-Proservatip
ONLY 25 CENTS.
This Book, just published, is filled with useful ini
mation, on the infirmities and diseases of the Genera'
Organs. It addresses itself aliko to Youth, Mam
and OU Age. To all who apprehend or suHct w
the dire consequences of earl:, or prolonged indit .>
Ill. THIS BOOK.
inti suffering, miJsare
)t,wiil learn how to prevent t
destruction of their child,
ESf* A remittance of.
addressed to DILKINKKLIX, X. W. corner of ThW’
“ * ^reete,between Spruce ii Pine, Philadelphia;
'elope per return of mail
WILL be sold on Wednesday, the 18th day of
• » December next, within the usual boors of sale, at
the residence of Henry S. Butler, late of Jack-
son county, deceased, the following property:—
Three hone beasts, three cows aad calves, ooe set of
smith’s tools, with a quantity of iron of different de-
*ripP°pq. two waggons, (one new*,) plantation tools.
at the Philadelphia prices; consisting among other ar-, lows, (inchidbigtbe smiths.) three hoys, three worn
tides, of Jayne’s Expectorant, Hair Tonic, Alterative ' uid onegirL The sale will continue from day to «L.
Hair Dye, Carminative Balsam, Tonic Vermifuge, S«v 1 intH all is sold. The terms wul b* made known o
•five Pills Afrrjpri1lB .tr Arr ' ike nf «ai> .TAS TTA I'DPflVP »
t book, unddr ci
minted practice spent in'
A LL persons indebted to sitter the estate of NVch-
JX. olas Osborn, deceasedov Nancy Osborn,deceas
ed, are requested to make immediate payment; and
tho-*e having demands against either of said estates,
are hereby notified to present the same for payment
within the time prescribed by law.
expert and n
afflicted wfh ul-
. A.M. JACKSON, Adm.
of extensive and u
city,have rendered Dr.K. tie n:
IftiTrsacmipner fiw and uea
diseases of © private nature.
cers upon the body, throat, or legs pains in the head o
booes, mercurialrbenmatismiy strictures, graveljdia-
•J"(rwn jratlful or impurithmitth.
blood^whcrm^r the coo-ritution W-become
Ha, who places himself under tlie ca* 0 f Dr. K.may
confidently rely upon his skill us a plivsrian.
Persons at a distance may address Dr. K' h
(post-paid) and be cured at lib
Packages of Medicines, Din
by sending s remittance, and put up secure from D*n<~
' by letter.
rews Agents, Pedlers, Canvass
ied with the above work at ray
1ITHEREAS' Thomas Simon too, Guardian of the or-
*» pbans of Robert S. Gordon, deceased, applies to
me fin* letters of Dismission, from said Guardian
*ktp- ; ere, and aH others suppli
These are, therefore, to cite and admor.Ui all per- j >ery tow
sons interested, to be and appear at my office within ! —
the tin* 5prescribed by law, to showcause, (if any they j oft/w « v»o ■ onn > no • •
have) why said Letters should not be granted. | SUGARS ! SL GA RS ! !
Given under my hand at office, this the 12th day of, THROWN, Loaf,Crashed and Powdered Sugars fresh
November, 185b. A. M. JACKSON, c. c. o. i i>and cheap, for sale by
Nov. 14, 1850. March 7- SUMMjfY. TRAMMF.LL A C(>