Washingioa* Sheriff’s Sale.
^UL be Sold before the Court-house door
_ ' 1,1 thrown of Sandersville, on the first
Tuesday m February next, between the.legal
hour^of sale, the following property* to Wit f
A certain negrb man slave 21 .jterirs old: named
Ben, levied oh by virtue of a fi fa issued upon
an attach mo nt in favot - of W. If. Cochran vb.
Wm. S. DickWn, arid to satisfy said fi fa.
n v. . .. r A. ii. joSEs.D. Shir.
Dec. 1, t85i. 46—td.
GRKEA BLE to ®n order from the honorable
L the Inferior GoUrt of WaShirigtoi^ county,
while fitting as a Court bf ordinary, will be
■old before the Court-house door tu Sanders-
Ville-, on the first Tuesday in February next, be
tween the usual hours of sale, the following
property, to wit; Orte tract of Pine Land con
taining 1300 acres rtiute or less, lying in said
county of Washington an the waters of Lime
stone and Little Ohoopie, adjoining lands be
longing to the estate of W. P. Taylor, deceas’d,
Wm. G. Salter and others.
AiBO,at the same time and place, one tract
of Land lyiiig in said county! bn the Little
unoopie Creek, containing 8*00 acres more of
£?*• a^oifting lands of b; C. Mathis, Philip
Clark and Rachel New and dthers. All to be
®S l >H pr , 0 P ert J belonging to the estate of
v Taylor, late of said county, deceased*
?nd for the benefit of the heirs of said deceas’d.
“ v'rms on the day of safe;
E. D. T.fYLOftj \
3; R. TAYLOR, t fe * rs ’
nov. 3, 1851. 4‘»—td
GEOKfilA, Washington county. In Washington Superior
Clerk's Office, Court of Ordinary. , _.~
I^^HEREAS Harman D.Robison, adminis
trator ou the estate, of Samuel Tootle,
James L. Rives ^ *
i Jonathan Lytms arid
A GREhABLE with an order of the Honor-
IX. able the Interior Court
T uiic muureu ana crecntorsol said
deceased, to be arid appdar at my office within
the time prescribed by law, and show cause, it
any they have, Why said letters should not
be granted Given under iriy hand at Office in
bailUersvllle, this 27th day of October, i8oi
m> v vui OmIVI CoWily
and sfnl.oS ^ and £ dmonish alJ Elbert DyTtyfor, Sheriffo Of
^^ u ! ar , the k l ndred and breditbrs bf said said cotinty and Quintilian
Skrine, Attory for Trustees. J . ;
I T appearing to the Court from the allegai
tions in the above stated Bill, Which are
varified to by affidavit, that Fianklin Ruther
ford, onb of said Trustees, and William S.
Dickson, (who intermarried with Martha Bed-
?HE exercises of this Institution will eom-
L. mence on the first MONDAY in January
birfefction bf the present able'
Franklin Rutherford, Trustees! ? ' covery, Im ar J d < r d ‘ cient principal, A. D. Slack, A. M.y
eii.w ty^ ‘ ..i whose unwearied exertions and success as a ;
teaChCf, has given such general satisfaction
GEOEGIA, Jefferson County.
Clerk's Office, Court of Ordinury.
W HEREAS Isaac B. Davis applies to me
for letters of Guardianship for James W
Hudson, minor child of James J. Hudson, de
These arc therefore to cite, sumons arid ad
monish the kindred and creditors of said min
ors; and all persons concerned, to be and ap
pear at my pffiee within the time prescribed by
law, arid show Cause, if any they have, why
said letters should not be granted; Given un
der my hand at office in Louisville* this 16th
day of January, 1862.
NICHOLAS DlEHL, Cffej
J an - 20. 52—30d
Interior Court of Washington
ebunty, while sitting as a Court of ordinary,
will be sold before the Court-house door in the
town of Swainsboroj’ Emanuel county, on the
first Tuesday in February Ue±t* between the
Usual hours of sale, the following lands, to wit.
One lot of Land containing 200 acres, lyin<»
•nd being in said county of Emanuel on Har°
ncane Branch; drawn and kilowri as the Wm.
tb® same timh and place, one tract
containing 159 acres more or less, being a lot
drawn by Charlette Tarver and Cbarlette Vick-
•rs, bounding the lands, of Andrew E. Taver
and others. All to be sold as the property be-
?J#} T a S l0 the estate of James C. Francis, late
8f Washington cp U nty, deceased, and for the
benefit of the heirs of said estate. Terms on
ibe day. MARY A. FRANCIS,.admrx.
nov. 25* 1851. 45—td
GBOEGlAi W(t$biiigtoij county
Clerk s Office, Court cf Ordinary.
W HEREAS Thomas Scott applies td me
tor letters of Guardianship bf Margaret,
JSliadfick arid Snmnol ’
XV ILL be sold before the Court-house door
" in the town of Sandefsville, on first
Tuesday in February next, one tract Of Land
containing 1 700 acres more or less; lying in
Washington-eounty, on the waters of Buffalo
and Keg Creek* known as the Dee land, and
to be soid tor the benefit of the heirs of Wm.
Dee, deeeased.- JAS. S. HOOK Att’y.
For Jk0; Barry, Trustee,
^jan; 18, 1852^_ 51—td
Admi n istral&f 5 s
Shadriek arid Samuel Tootle, minor children
closed ™ Tootle, lute of said county, de-
These are therefore to Cite and admonish all
person Concerned, to be and appear at my of-
faoe Within the time pi-escribed by ia*\- and
show cause, if any they have, why said letters
should not be granted. Given under my hand
at office, this 12th January, 1852.
HAYWOOD BROOKINS, Cl’k
J an13 - 51—30d
its of this State; and it also appearing that
subpoena was prayed in said Bill and issued
against said Franklin Rutherford, Trustee, and
not against William S. Dickson; and the court
upon demurrer haying decided at this Term
of the Court, to wit: September Term, 1851,
that the said William S. .Dickson, and- the le
gal representative of Mrs Martha Dickson* de
ceased, are necessary parties to said Bill; On
motion of Complainant’s Counsel, ordered by
the Court that the said William S. Dickson and
the legal representative of Affs. Martha Dick
son, deceased, be made parties to said Bill, and
that the said Franklin Rutherford, William S.
DicksOu and srieh legal representative of trie
said Mart ha Dickson, deceased, be and appear
on or before the first day of the next Term of
this Court; and plead ansvref Of detflrif td said
Bill, or in default thereof; that the complainant
be allowed to proceed ex parte as to them ; ==
It is further ordered that this order be publish
ed in a public Gazette of this State once a
mouth for four months.
A true extract from the Minutes of said
Court, this 27th of October, 1851;
L. AUGUSTUS JERNIGAN, Ci’k.
OCt. 28, 185L 41—m4m
e Will be assisted
by Miss Eliza Edson, whose qualifications as St sht
tdaCher; are unquestionable. feels
The Musical departmerit will be Continued ‘
■. V - -
SUQQXZ3S : .
citizens of this arid adja-
■ cent counties* that ho
-contiuues to put up BUGGIES of the very
b‘est 'styje, the Workmanship and. material of
no fear of .being excelled. He keeps
.lady whose musical
eminently qualified as a teafeher of music.
Terms ; —The scholastic year will embrace
ten mbilths—divided into two terms—erne of:
,.. .... - ---- .-j-xv , Constantlyf^on hand a superiour lot of Buggies
under the direction of Miss H. L Raymond, a off his Own manufacture, which lie oilers tbr
musical taste and skill, renders her sale on the most reasonable terms. If* to ob-
nialified as a tftafehcr of mi'ieio tain .a wood 'RnrroW o
six, and one of four months. The -first term' .for “something to yide in” hereafter, as.'he In*'
Abfrinrtinnr hn tlin laf Mnnrloir in Tarmni.n faTlHo fn fnrnioh .-,4- ... J i
beginning on the 1st Monday in January, wifi
continue to the last of June. The second
term beginning on the 1st Monday in August
and close the last of November.
GEORGIA, Washington County.
Clerk s office, Court of Ordinary.
"^nt^HEREAS Francis A. Murphey applies
to me for letters of Ad
to me for letters of administration on
the estate of Henry Murphey, late of said Coun
These are therefore to cite and adiilonish
• j 1 j sin o u a-r the kindred and creditors of
said deceased, to be arid appear at my office
within the time prescribed by law, mid show’
Calisfe, if any they have, why saidletters should
not be granted. Given under my hand at office
m oaildersville, this 12th January, 1852
HAYWOOD BROOKIN, Cl’k.
J an * 13 > 51—30d
Iu Washington Superior Court.
SEPTEMBER TERM, 1851.
Samuel Robison, Ex’r.
Ac., of Elisha King, |
BERRt Tipper, & othets. J
/'In Equity, fof inter
I T appearing by the billln this caUse that of
t’ ’ ‘ ‘ ' ' -
O .. .. Sale.
N thfe tWenty-third day of February next,
will be sfcjld at the late residence of Jtiritls
Wright, in Wilkinson county, all the perisha
ble property belonging to the estate of Junes
Wright, late of said county, de«eased, consist-
of corn, fodder, wheat, rye, oats, horses, cattle,
hogs, oxen and cart, one two-horse wagon,
household and kitchen furniture, arid Other
things too tediotls to. mention. Sale to Con
tinue from day to day until all is sold; Terms
on the day.
JOHN ROSS, Jn l admr;
ELIZABETH WRIGHT \ admrx.l
16, 1852. 62—td
GREEABLE with an order of the honor
able the Inferior Court of Laurens
GEORGIA, Wellington County.
Clr-k's Office, Court of Ordinary.
V^HEREAS Seaborn Jones applies tome
* T for letters of administration on the es
tate of John Powel, sen., late of said county,
These are therefore to cite and admonish all
and singular the kindred and creditors of said
deceased, to be and appear at my office within
the time prescribed by law, to show cause, if
anjr they have, why said letters should not be
granted. Given under my hand at office in
Sandersville, this 5th day JanUaty. 1852
HAYWOOD MOOKINS, Cl’k.
jan. 6 50—30d
GEORGIA* Emanuel county
the defendants therein named, the following
reside in this dorittty, and have not been served,
to wit: William Crafton, Dixon Forbs, Isaac
Moye and his *ife, CalVin King and his wife,
William King, Lewis Harrison and his wife,
Isaac Tanner and his wife, it is ordered that
each of said defendants be served with a copy
of this bill and a copy of this order, and they
appear at the next term of this Court and plead
answer or demur to said bill, or that this cSusC
will proceed ei-parte as to lliCm and of thd
other defendants n&ined in said Bill, the follow
ing reaide out of this county; to wit; -Torence
King of Pulaski county ; Shadrach Dixon, of
Bosaeu Parish, Louisiana; Robert Dixon of the
Parish of Onodike, Louisiana ; G uilford Bur
ney and hia Wife; of Pike county* Alabama;
Thomas Diion, of Stewart cohhtji in this
State; William B. Knox, William D. Khoi,
Benashly Knox, Haywood Kndx, and Arena
Knot, of Pitt eouty; North Cifolifia; the
Children bf Nfehefiiiah Diion of foil County;
John King of Leriolt county, North Carolina,
it ia ordered that said last named defendants do
appear at the next terrii of this GottrUUd plead
answer or dembr to aaid Bill of Complaint; of
that this cause will prooceed ex-parte as to
them,and that aeopy of thia order be publish
ed in the Central Georgian once a month for
four morithi; prior to the lieit term of this court;
and aa to the defendants who have been served,
RATES OF TUITION.
1st Class—Spelling, Reading and Writing,
$8 per term of 5 months.
2d. Class—The above included, with Eng
lish Grammar, Geography and Arithmetic $12
per tefm Of 5 months.*
3d Class—The above included, with An
cient Languages, Algebra, Geometry, &ie., to
gether wi h Natural, Moral and Mental Philo
sophy, $16 per term of 5 months;
French* Italian and drawing, extra, each per
term Off 5 months, $9;
Music on Piano Forte, per term, $20.,
Use of Piano “ “ $2 50.
Board.—OBdard in the best families, includ
ing washing, fights* fires , etc., may be obtain
ed at $10 per month;
The Trustees of the Institute, Can* With con
fidence reeommend it to the favorable consid
eration of those Who have daughters to be edu
cated. /Sandersville has enjoyed, for several
years, an immunity from disease, and in this
respect will compare favorably ivith iriost up-
eoUntfy towns. Within three miles of station
13, Central Rail Road, to .which a Haek runs
feglilafly twice a day—it is easy of aCCbss;
Grateful for the liberal patronage which our
infant institution has received, the Trustees
are determined to spare no pains or expense
to fender it equal to any similar Institution in
A. A; GULLENS,
M E. S. LANGMADE,
N. W. HAINES,
ISHAM H; SAFFOLD, sr
Sandersville, dec. 23, 1851. 49—6t
tain a good Buggy at a low price be any in
ducement to purchase at home, lie feels confi
dent that there will be no need of sending off
for “somethinjr to ri3p in” i...
tends to furnish them at greatly reduced rates.
He also keeps constantly on hand and for
sale, BUGG\ HARNESS, which he will sell
on reasonable terms.
He continues to repair all Linds of ve
hicles, and to make, to order, all kinds of car
riages from a wheel-barrow to a pleasure car
gr!P He invites the attention of those wish
ing tb purchase, to, ari. examination of the quai-
ity arid prices off his present stock of Buggies,
before buying elsewhere. °
IIABUN & FULTON,
Factors & Cosmnission Merchants
WILL Continue to give prompt and
strict personal attention to all busi
ness in their fine confided to their, care. Or-
county, deceased, applies to me for letters tif
dismission from said estate:
These are therefore to bite and admonish, a 11
county, while sitting for Ordinary purposes; will 3 h . ese ^erefore to bite and admonish, all
be sold on the first Tuesday in April next- be- i !l nd slll ^ alar |; he km dred and creditors, of said
tween the usual hours Of sale, belbre the Court i dee , eased ’ t0 be and a PPeaf at my offifce, with-
it ia ordered that they plead, anawer or demur P dat rinurts will be directed to th<
to said Bill oa or before the first day of the nexr dm P rb ^ em6nt - Their government willbe6Ueh
term of this Cnnrt * as to snaiirO ffroorl p.onHm»t nn m
term of thia Court.
A true extract ftoui the triihules at aaid
Court, this 21 at November* 1S51
L. AUGUSTUS JiSRiiiGAN, Cl k.
UoV. 21, 1851. 45—m4m
nours oi sate, oetore the COurt i • ,• -u jcV
the town of Dublin, Laurens I "i the P rescnbed b r la f, and show cause
» - j . - ... , i tf any they have why said letters should not
be granted. Given under my hand at office in
Swainsboro’, this 3d day of November, 1851.
JORDAN FLANDERS, Cl’k.
nov. 10, 43—6m
house door.xfo B r
county, a lot of Land containing eight and a
half acres, in the town off Pine Ridge, adjoin
ing a. McMillon, as the property of Mary
Hicks, late of said county, deeeased. Terms
cash. JETHRO ARLINE, admr;
jan. 20, 1852. 52r-td
"^^TiBL^be sold before the court-house door
- ., in Sandersville, on the first Tuesday in
April ixCxt, • between the usual hours of sale,
three hundred acres of Laud, lying in Washing
ton county, adjoining Littleton Mathis and
others, as the property of Benjamin SkfinC*
late of said county, deceased, and for the
GEORGIA* Laurens county;
Clerk's Office, Court of Ordinary.
"YKThereas Jethro Arline, adriiinistrator on the
"" estate ot Marv Hicks, annlics t,n nm fnr
estate of Mary Hicks, applies to me for
letters ot Dismission from said estate:
These are therefore to cite aud admonish
all and singular the kindred and creditors
of said deceased, to be and appear at my office
within the time prescribed by law, to show
cuumy, ueceasea, ana lor the ' ” . picscriueu oy xaw, bo snow
benefit of the heirs and Creditors of said de- cause i R an y they have, why said letters should
Ceased. Tiinna nil A.... .... i. not, be. irrantoH Hiuan „nAA- «... v..... A ...
T^rnls on the day, of sale.
JOHN K1TTRELL, admr.
jan. 20, 1852. 52—td
A GREEABLY with an order of the honbr-
abld the Inferior eburt of iefferson
county, while sitting as a court of ordinary,
will be sold before the Court-house door in the
town of Blakely, Early county, on the first,
Tuesday in April next, lot of Land No. 339,
lyifig in the 4th District of said county, con
taining 250 acres, as the property of Elbert
Hudson, late of Jefferson county, deeeased,
and for the benefit of the heirs and’ereditbrs of
said deceased. Terms on the day.
CHAS. MATHEWS, admr.
jan. 20, 1852. 52--td
F OUR months afief tikiife**a^rilicaliohlvilTb^
made to the Honorable the'Inferior Couft
of Washington county, While sitting as a court
ordinary,tor leave to sell the Land belongino-
to the estate of JdsiaH Arnison, sen. latS bf the
o^tate ol Alabama, deceased.
‘ „ iari J OHN AMISON, admr.
nov. 3, J85J. 42—4in
not be granted. Given under my hand at of
fice in Dublin, January the 18th, 1852.
FRANCES THOMAS, Cl’k.
an 20. 52—6m
"'OUR months after datfe application will be
GEORGIA* Jefferson County
Clerk's Qjjicc, Court of Orditidry.
W HEREAS Elizabeth Allen applies to me
for letters of ad ministration, de. bonis
non, on the estate of Robert K. Allen, dece’sd:
Tfiese are therefore to cite and admonish all
and singular the kindred and creditors of said
deceased, fo be and afojear at my office within
the time prescribed by law* and show cause, if
any they have* Why said letters should not be
E ranted. Given tinder my hand at office ih
ouisville, this 16th day of January, 1852:
NICHOLAS DIEHL, Cl’k
jice, Court of Ordinary.
YY^HEREAS James J. Wall applies to me
▼ » for letters of Guardianship for the per
sons aud property of Lanahan, Henry C.* Vir
gil T., and Ezekiel G. Finny, minor heirs of
Ezekiel FinrijU.diseased i .
These are therefore to cite, sumons and acL
ing to the estate off John Barnes, sen.* late bf
said county, deceased.
TIIOS J WARTHEN* adnlf
ndv.4, 1851. 42—4m
F IUR months after date application will be
made to the Honorable tlie Iriferibf eourt
Of Washington county while sitting as a eburt
of ordinary, for leave to sell the land Rttd a
part of the negroes belonging to the Estate of
Ezekiel Finney, late of said county, deceased.
. „ , JAMES? j; WALL, adirih
, -sejit. §0.
within the time prescribed by laW ttf ’ show
cause if any they have, why said fottUfs should
Hbt be granted. Given iindrit my hand at of
fice in Saudfersviilfejthis Sth.dty Janliary, 1852;
/ , Haywood brookins, ci’k.
J a »- 6. 43—30d
GEdttUlA—Ei'lAN UEL COUNTY.
Clerks Office, Court of Ordinary.
■JPI. .8 John Rountree ur.p!i L ^ to nie
for letters of Guardianship o*f the person
»Ud property of Kbenezar Braddy, Uinda Brad-
dy, FJiarabah Braddy; Sarah Braddy and Will-
lani Braddy : - v ; ;
J hese are therefore to cite and admonish all
interested to tile there obje.ctioiis if any exist*
on or before the twelfth day of January next
otherwise said letters will be issued. Given
under my hand this 20th day of Neveinber
Georgia, Washington county.
Cfork's Office, Court of Ordinary.
YXTHEREA-S Wiliiam Wood applies to me
u for letters of administration on the es
tate of O. B D.irbev, late of said county, dec’d
Thesb are therefore to.cite arid admonish ui. 1
Articles that can be Boiig'ht
Ready-Made Clothing of all sorts.
ENTS fine and heavy Overcoats,
persons concerned Or interested, to be arid ap.
pear at my office within the time prescribed by
law, and show cause, if any they-have, why
said letters should not be granted. - Given un
der iny hand at office in Sandefsville, this 18th
day of Debernber, i 851.
Haywood brookins* ci’k.
dec. 23; 49—30d
Dress and sack cloth coats,
Cloth, cassimere and sattinet Pants,
Silk, satin and other veotings,
Cloths, cassimeres and a great variety of
Other articles of Gents. Wear,
Shirts* drawers, half-hose and cravats,
Hats, caps and bbbts bf the latest style, "A 1
Negri) blankets, hats and shoes, of all sorts
A rich variety of Prints, mus. d’Larig*
Brocade, Stranburg cambric, cj-c.
Dress Triming of all kinds*
All kinds bf hosiery,
Capes, collars, buffs. shiriieiSetts, AC.
Lady’s caps and bonnetts offthb latest stylb)
All sorts of ribbons and flowers for bonnets,
Wreathes for hats and bonnets of the latest
Hbmespuns, bleached and unbleached of all
Bed-ticking, cottbn driil, bshafilirgs* fetb.
Crockery, hard-ware, cutlefy, etb:
Powdef arid shot, toiiaeeo, cigars;
Buggy-whips and Coliars;
Saddles and bridles,
Umbrellas, over-shoes and cowhides,
Perfumery Of every kind, soap, etc;
Haii’-briishes* bbtrios* btb.
Coatrvbstypant* and drbss biittoris*
Shoe-.blabking and brushes,
A lot of superior shaving apparatus,
A lot of gold and silver watches,
'• “ “ “ “ “ pencils,
Jewelry id a gfeat variety,
A lot bf fine bard cases,
Books and Stat ibndrij.
Books of most all sorts, novels, etc.
: Fine family bibles, large size, -
Small bibles, testatrients* arid hymn bboksj
A large lot of Hesperian Harps,
A good assortment of school books,
A large lot of.Masdnic shafts*
All kinds of history,
Voyage round the world, etc.
All sorts of miscellaneous works,
All kinds of stationary,
1 YHE Trustees oi the Sparta Male and Fe-
. male Schools, have the pleasure of an
nouncing to the publie, that thby have secur
ed the services of Messrs. Thomas C. Need
and Richard M, Johnston, as Principals, in
he Male School for the ensuing year; They
/eel no hesitation in rCcomitiending them to
the patronage of those who desire to give their
sons a liberal and thorough education* Well
educated themselves* thfey pbssfess ribt only
the ability, but the will* to impart instruction
to all who may be Confided to their care. Pa
rents and guardians who may send theii sons
to this Sehool, may rest assured that their
bdst efforts will be directed to their mental
ders for goods will be promptly filled with
scrupulous care, and at the lowest market pri
ces. The highest prices will be obtained for
produce consigned to them, and the proceeds
pfOtriptly sent according to instructions. The
usual advances will be riaade upon produce in
store. They have never been engaged.in specu
lation of any kind, and they will not in future.
N; B; Having employed Major William
Hodges to act as their agent at Sandersville.
all their, customers who desire it can by calling
at his store, be furnished frith Bagging, Rope.
Twine, Nall, &e.-* at Savannah prices, expenses
only lidded; Major Hodges will’attend to the
sending bf ofdfers to them in Savannah—the
receiving and paying ovef bf the proefeedsoi
cotton and o’her produce—and whatever else
may be required of him as their agent.
sept. 24, 1850. 37—tf
FLOYI) HOUSE—Mftcoii, Ga *
THIS well known arid popular Hotel
having been recently repaired and put
in complete order, is now open for
Slates, pencils, pens, papdf, eftvelbpes, Ink,
•stands* sand-boxes and wafers.
as to ensure good eonduet on the part of their
Pupils, bbth in and out of sbhdol, yet so rea
sonable and just, as to secure the approbation
of the pupils themselves in almost all cases.
Their success heretofore has given them in
the coriimunities where they have taught, a
reputation rarely attained. Having known
thettl for some years in their character of
Teachers, and from their youth, as gentlemen,
we feel no hesitation in announcing to the
public that we offer them a school equal to
any in Georgia, for thorough instruction in all
of the branches usually taught in Academies.
They would also announce to those who
have Daligbtdfo tb UdUCate* that they have had
the good fortune tb secure the service bf Rev.
John A. Mosely* as principal, in the Female
School. Mr. M. has been engaged in the vo
cation of teaching for the last ten years in
Cherokee and elsewhere, with great success,
and is well qualified foi the position he is to
fill He will be provided wiih the best teach
ers of Music and other ornamental branches.
■ His unremitting efforts will.be directed to the
1 advancementof his scholars. Instruction Will
be given in the various branches usually taught
iU a Female Academy. The rates of Tuition in
both Sfchools* which are low, will remain un
changed: Ifoatd in respectable private fami
lies can be had oti gudd terms. Persons at a
distance, who may not find it cohfbnienttd
borne with their bhildrep;.may secure boarding
by'making application tb either of the principals
• s. A; Pardee, i
* T. M. TURNER, |
B. T. HARRIS, ^Trustees. ‘
H. ROGERS, |
J. T. MARTIN. J.
The Schools Will bommence on the second
MONDAY In Jannary next;
Sparta, Ga. nov. 24, 1851. 45—8t
7 New Fall ^otitis*
At Ne^' York Prices for Cask,
the receptibri oi Boarders aiid transient per-
sons. The proprietor pledges himself that
nothing shall be wanting on i is part, to make
and continue it one of the most popular Hbteis
in the Sotith,-
The Ladies Departtiient is Under the special
eare of MRS. JAMES, formerly of Colum
bus* and favorably known to the travelling
cbiriritufiity, ti’hh will see that ilbtliing is want"
ing to make visiting Ladies arid tamilies on
ly at home. Their appartmbnts having been
newly and beautifully furnished.
THOMAS YVILLIAMS, Proprietor.
A. B. Hartweli.-; Superintendent.
N. B. An Omnibus Will always be in readi
ness to bonvey passengers to and from the
Rail Road Depbts;
gS^’.ff'he Alligator Line of Stages has its
office permanently located at the Floyd House.
F. K. Wright, OwnCf;
\ IMIE Subscriber is now receiving, by every
arrival from New York, a rich and splendid
assortmentoi CABINETFURNITURE, of
the latest aiid most approved patterns, not sur
passed in the southern country. He has pur.
chased his. stock to such advantage,that he can
sell at very low prices.
T Among his large assortment may be found—■
Large serpentine sofas, do. divans, do. otto
mans, plain and spring-seat sofas, do. do. di
vans, ottoinans and cotlehes, mahogany rock
ing Chairs, with red and grben plush seating,
mohair, do mahogany setting full three-fourth
and five-eights French chairs; curled maple, -
black walnut, and rosewood chairs* cane and
WOOd sfeat settees, side-boards with mahogany
jind marble tops, do. mahogany tops, side-case
bureaus^ writing table and book cases, cottage
bureaus, Ward-robes, ladies’ work tables, ceu-
tie and pier tables, with majble tops marbl®.
top .wash stands painted do. dressing tables, !
ted tables Grecian eJawfopt dining tables
tension tables, cafd-tables, w jth ' RMpITiiid Oge
pillars, mahogany bedsteads, do. French pat-
terns, curled ixniple bedsteads, plain, do.foo.
Curled iriaple, black walnut and rosewood
chairs with cane bottoms, Windsor chairs, chi l
dren’s high do., counting room desks, revolv-
ng chairs for Counting rooms, counter stoolsi
foot stools,'hat-stands, bellovvs aiid brush, bird
cages knife trays, safes, mahogany and cherry
efibs hair-mattrasscs, moss do., f eather beds,
bolsters, and pillows, green, red, blatk, blue
and white Cord, with tasseis to match, hail
cloth, for sofas arid mahogany chairs, wi!lo\ t
wagons, do., cradles.- *
A great variety of mantle and pier glasses
toilet and dressing glasses of all.of the'diffet-
ent kinds now used.
Persons, either in the city or country, wish
ing to purchase any of theabove articles, will
find it an object to call before. m;ikin< r xlieir*?
purchases elsewhere. Every, article may be,
depended ou as being w hat it is fepresenied.-
Liberal deductfous will always bc'inade to the
who make largt^purcliascs:
Removed to fcjmctt’s new -Luildinirs. 1
Broughton street. I W MCUi R1 fj
Feb. ^ rs
ADE by Chidheriiig. Nunn’s, and Fische
and Gale &'Co.—1 lie suh.-criber. oliprs ,
for sale a.large assomneiit of 7, 6 tlitee-lburtii )
and 6-one-halr and 6 octave Rosewood and I
Mahogany Pianos, from the above makers.
These Instruments arc unsurpast ed by any
iiiade in this country for purity yr.(L fullness .fj
tbne, ami elegance of workm.-.nrl.ip; .some of J
thfein are fin dished with the comple iron Fran ., •
which strengthens the ease arid prevents the
liability off getting out of tone; otliers huv e the
Ordinary metalie plate, and can be offered for
r prices. TheseTin
GEORGE A. REINHArW
Boot Maker, SabdkrsvillI:; Ga.
RESPECTFULLY lufofms the
citizens of this and the adjoiri-
I ing counties* that he is prepar
ed to undertake arid execute, in
a neat and workmlih-iike manner, all jobs in his
line of business. He keeps on hand, at all
times, the best material, and of which his work
is made, in as tasteful and fashionable style as
can be made anywhere. His terms are reason-
guilder.svilld, April 30, 1851. lfo—6m.
WHOLESALE & RETALE .
HAT & CAP STORE
T LtE undersighed Wdiild respectfully in-
fortti the citizens of Savannah arid Chat
ham county* as Well as tlibse Of the adjacent
counties, likewise the citizens'of Sotith Caro-
lina,who visit our city With a view to theymr-
chase of Hats krid Caps, and the pifolib 7 gen
erally, that he is nOW o]ie'ning, on Brtiughton
street, two doors East Of N; B; tf- H. Weed’s,
a lafge and well selected stock Of Mats and
Caps* of various Styles and qualities, which,
for rihatness and durability, cannot be Surpass
ed by any establishment in the bity. Here
sjJeetfhlty risks an exalriination ’ of his stock
and a share bf public fiatronage.
^U’City arid country Dealers will find it t<
their interest to call and examine iny stock.—
Orders from the country executed wiih dif
lower prices. Tiiese Pianos are ‘ offered willi-
out any advance from the maiiulacturcr s pricvs,
anff those who ate desirous of obtaining a su
perior instrument *t a moderate expense would
do well to call arfd examine before piircluisin" -
0 I’’- -'. U; W. MORRELL.
Savannah, Feb. 18* 1851. (;—F y
. i)R.- Rogers' 7 " : —
priteh and fil
No abatement or deviation in prices,
fob. 24. 6—ly* H. R. BOX.
1^-EGRO BLANKETS, Kerseys and Linsys, ttim „ u u,u ,„u e persons in
best quality very low. Osnaburgs, home- j want of good HA TS, for themselves or for
spuns, Calicos, of all kinds; French, .English j plantation use, to give them a call
.inrl American: a verv eaftensive asmm-tmentefi - tit i . -n i p -
HATS foft THE ml^LIOTST.
THE undersigned have now in store (at
Savannah, Ga.,) a full and comple assort
ment of every description of Hats and Gaps,
for the Fall trade, and would invite persons in
and American; a very extensive assortment of
all kinds of thelatest style of Dress Goods.
Planters will bear in miiit that tce.hdve bUl oHe
PHce. ; thbsystein is a great protection to all
not acquainted with the value of Goods, as
well as those who are.
tf JAS; H, & M. SHEAHAN*
LritF Of iililleagevillfe-, Baldwin eri;
SaVannah* oct. 12, 1851.
v Patriut ihit ^ . .. I
Look out foil the sign of tlie RED
FLAG* and dtnne and
; -• . ..
v v . : i ■■■
^HE undersigned warns his friends riot to
. pay any accounts due him, to any person
v ’ HARMONIC INSTITUTE, \-
Uorher of St. Julian st. <k Market Squat (
F ZOGB4UM & CO., Importers arid Deni
ers in Musical Instruments of every of
seription, sheet Music, strings, &c. wholesal-
arid retail. Piano Fortes, by A. Stodart 4
Co and J. B. Dunham, New Yofk,in every vs
riety of style and price* . Thfesfe Instrumenlt
are acknowledged, by the best musical judget
to be at least equal to any other manufaetnr
ers. Dealers supplied with every article fc
the fine rit Ne\#York prices;
FzhsiiAUM.] [bif iiKHjw
TR1SII POTATOES jUrit received and for
JL sale by the barrel of bushel at
w, lUVUi W VIWI,
Merchants will be furnished'at New
York prices: N. K. BARNAM & CO;
148, Congress st. Savahnafi, Ga.
bht. 27, 1851. 41—
at WHOLEMALk AnD retail.
Ved our spring stock, wffiich is very’ extensive
arid siijifefibff, and btlg you to call and examine
for yourselves, believing it will be to your ad
vantage to do so, as our terms are liberal.
Also, Gents. India Rubber Boots, long legs;
Travelling Trunks, Carpet Bags, Yalises, &c
LILEBRIDGE & JOHNSON.
Savannah, fob. 15. 6—10m
J 5 ® 1 - JORDAN FLANDERS,c
* - - ,, t - j \/f ACKEREL.—No. 2’s at $12 per Darrel* 1. Nov. 4 185i
whatever, as he will certainly collect them J JLvlL and-'N:o. 3^^s at ^‘ J . -
*- Jefferson co.
oct. 25,1851. 41^tf
• -.at $9 prir baffoUjust'feceiy
ed and for sale by Z. BRANTLEY.
'FFEE &. SUGAR.—A large lot of Coffee
_ and Sugar of various qualities and prices
just received and for-sale.
Together with many-other articles “too te
dious” to mention, which customers can have
by calling, and are assured that tlje prices
Will be found as cheap as any other - establish-
riierit in the place, or elsewhere this side of Sa-
varinah. Z\ BRANTLEY.
Nov: 41851 * --t. 42—tf
WalKirig Canes. and Uinb rellas
FINE assortment of Walking Canes and
Umbrellas, just received and for sale by
nov. 10. HAINES & BRO.
LIVER WORT AJfB TAR.'
SAFE and feertain cuie tor coughs, colds,
Croup, Asthma, Consumption,’ of "the
l^ungs, spitting of Blood, Broiicliiii.s Hoopimr-
cough, iifid all l’ulififoiaty Atteciions.
A Lovely Yuuiig Lady Cured oj Consumption
The following is from the pen of Wm. II
LcVisdh; Esq., the dis4i11gui.vl.ed editor oi ii.tf
U. S. Military and Naval Ary its, under date ot
New York, January, 1850. \V hat' could be
more conclusive 1
“It is seldoln we permit oursfcvc.s to occupy
sp;ice in these coluu 11s to spl-ak in jnaisc of
nyr article in tlie patent mehltint* waj ; bill
when we see the life of a fellow creature riaVcd
by the use of. any medicine .whatever, we con
sider it as our right* if not our duty, to gi-. fe'a
stateinent of facts, that other.-: may. in iilid
manlier, be benefitt.-d. Tfie case w iiieh has
induced us to pen this article was that of a
yttung lady 6f Onr acquaintance, who by fte-
quent exposure to the flight air, contracted a
cold which settled on the Lungs before its rav
ages coltld be stayed. (This occurred two years
vgo this winter.) Various remedies w ere used
but with very little effect or benefit. Tlte
Cbtigh grew w-otsb, With copious .expcctora-
tiUii; and the _sunken eye, and fale, hollow
cheek, told plainly that pulmonary discasewa#
doingAts worst on - her delicate frame. The
tamily physician was consulted, and altliough
he would not admit to the. yoirng lady that site
really liad the Consumption, yet- he would give
no encbritageriifent as tb a cure. At this t. isis
her mother w as persuaded to make use of 11
bottle of Dr. Rogers’ Compound N'yrup of
Liverwort and Tar, and rite are happy to state
she Was perfectly cured in less than three
months by this medicine alone, after even hope
w’as destroyed. It is useless to comment ori
such a Case ns this, for the simple truth will
reach whhre polished fiction never can. If any
doubt tfie'authenticity of this statement, let
theta call at.this office; 2 — U. S. Military and
Naval Argus, No. l9 Cliathum Street, N. Y
TESTIMONIE OF THE N. Y. PRESS
From the N-. Y. Courier, Aug. 13,1850.
Dr: RbGERs’ Syrup of Liyekivokt & Tar
We have heard ol several important cures
recently effected by this excellent inediciria;
preparation, and' in one instance that Came un
der bur observation, we can fejteak confidently
One of our employees, who had suffered se
verely from a long standing cold, during the
]3ast week commenced the use of this medb
cine, anff his cold has entirely disappeared.
From the Ni Y-. Mirror, Sent. 2,1850.
Liverwort and Tar.—Of the virtues of
Dr. Rogers’ Cough Medicines prepared from
the above articles, it is needless now to speak;
its efficacy ip. speedily curing Corighs* Colds,
and other lung ootaplaints, ivhich too frequents
ne gleetfed, resilit in Consumption,is too
well established in public confidence to need
The genuine is signed Andrew Ro
gers, on the steel plate engraved wrapper a-
round each bottle, and is sold wholesale and
retail by Scovil & Mead,
’ ' o i Chartres st; New Orleans* ': ,
Sole general agents for the States, to whom
all orders arid applications for agencies must
be addressed. Sold- by
N. W. HAINES & BROTHER,
• /Sandersville.: U
Brice & Young, Fonns Bridge ; D. M. Ed-
wards, MiIlcdgeville; W. A. Haylea, Louisville:
J. R. Simpson, Sparta; C. C. Beall,' ‘
—Just received and for sale La arg
lot of salt by Z. BRANTtfEY.
Nov. 4 1851 - ' ■