auvoaxrn FoRTb-N^i—That is a great
Ice in the California correspondent of
be New York Express, which represents
the Gcrernor vl California as having expend
ed a Urge fortune which lie had made, in
eonoecticn with Sutler, by laying out the
city ofSacramento. Governor Burnett, who
was sent to Oregon by President Polk, as
chief justice, and held the position six months,
started in California as srrou ns the gold ru
mor reached him, joins? Sutter in lay ng out
• Sacramento, and now holds property there,
« for which he refused, in February last $125,.
000 in cash. He is a shrewd manager in
money matters, n sagacious politician a rad
ical democrat, and withal, one of the
best of men in all the relations of life.
Among other pateata issued at Wash-
mg*on during the wefik ending October
nineteenth, was one to Thomas G. Stagg, of
New York, for improvement in prepuring
beef-steaks, for cooking.,
Rosa,December ID, 1850-
ox'.—itififjfiil|t from lOi to lit cents.
I—•Eight)' emits per bushel,
t Mean—Eighty- five cent*.
E—Three fifty to Four dollatt fifty pr. 100 lb*.
Six dollars per 100 lbe.
.. '- - Chislistos, Deo, 14, I850-.
COTTON.—With a moderate demand yesterday
, the market continued depressed, and prices of Tliurs-
• -.day scarcely sustained. The sales nmounterl to
, 1400 bales.at ihe followlmt particulars: 38 bales at
111,13 at 13,130 at 134,33 at 13|. 100 at 13 7-10,
' 350 at I3|.
1139-10,90 at 13|, 1-10at 1311-10
_■ Ssvs.xxxn, Dec. It, 1450.
1COTTON.—Our market was dull yesterday and
it sales were 050 bales, at the following prices: 11
t 131; at IS 13|- 384 at 134; 53 at I3J; and 143 at
“ Fab sold 13 cents,
Adocsti, Dee, 14,1450.
ihutlneia done «n the article to-
dsy, baa been nt Ion caprices. Desirable lota nr
Good Middling have been sold stlSlo. Holden do
not oiler their stocks freely St any redaction. Sides
l<8mntna|>>ns «wht easier rates than yesterday—
i,-- Range Irom ^
TblED in this City on the 14th instant, after a abort
• Hdh <c|
ROME PRICES CURRENT.
IWBBiLTWJ. T. jwiL
BstfflMro, Dundee, ..yd,..,
Bcrvfsx, Goshen .1b...,
Ilxsr, Fore quarter, ....
Spcnnatef^ss., • ••«
Coffee Java, Sack...... ....
Courage* Bale Hope,
MackEiu., No 1 per bbl
No. 2 * # «
Nc. 3 ** “
Hides, Green, lb....
Dry ?, n
ImoM, ritwile, 0|H .
KngUtflt 5 u .
Bund, st 7 in .
Lkau. ..a fl|n
Moi.assk* hbl pr uni. W. I '*7ia
Myrup, ftO ;i .
Naim, Keg lb fi|a
Kick lb 0J a
Salts, Liverpool per Suck .... 2 00 ti
ito do bushel t*0 u
Table, per box 15 a
Sugar, N. Orleans lb a
Delta, il I)
Snntiu-ru.4, 10 u
Refined II a
Loaf, 13 a
Clarified, 11 n
. .813 50
m f/MLY GB0CEBY A FlOVmOX
of the City, 3 Doors above J. 8. Burnett's Co-ner, In
the House recently occupied by Mr. Oppart, as a Cl-
gar Factory. In addition to Ibeir Stock of Groceries,
they bare and will continuo to keep on hand,a choica
“PPly of Confectioneries, and Frufteofdifferent kinds.
The CUhtens of Home and vicinity, .re retmeetfully
invited to call at ihetr establisltmcm. where they may
obtain as go id bargains paean be afforded by any oth
er House in the. City. -The following articles com
prise o portion of Our Blotjk:
Blacking, Orange* Sweet,
Scotch Snuff, Lemons,
Clarified,do Fine Hav Cigars. Pina Apples,
Rio Coflee, Table Salt, Mercer Potatoes,
Moeba do Wine Vinegar, White Onions,
lava do Lemon Syrup. Red do
Cnba Molasses, Totnauo Keuup. Goshen Butter,
Stewart's Syrup, Rock and other English Cheese,
No. 1. Mackerel, Candies Anaor. Northern do
Imperial Tea, Picklea, Dried Beef,
Black do Mustard, Scotch Herring,
Almonds, Sugar Crackers, Willow lls<ke,».
■“S^jatJar & cSSei^r
rccan Nuts, English Walnuts,Malaga Grapes,
Prunes in Boxea.Verinacello, Northern Apples,
Sul. Raisin*, Brooms, Sardines,
Dried Citron, Starch,Pearl and Coaco Nuts,
Rice, Blue, Brnzil do
Star Candles, Retsdi* Cigars, Buck Wheat,
Tallow do Principe do Rock Salt,
Sperm do L. 8ol’*, do Turkey Figs, in
Colgate* Soap, L Nntionalsdo Boxes.
All ol which we offer for Cosh only. Familios are in*
iled to send in their orders,
Rome, Ga., Nov. 2l, 1*550. ,
Illness, Sidnrt Stamky, about twenty years of nge,
formerly n resident of Lincoln county, North Carolina.
He received skillful medical aid—was a Son ofTcm-
pernner—by whom be was duly attended during his
illness, and bv whom he was buried with the usual
\T77S ARB AUTHORISED to nunon lice Maj.
- , yy Thomas G. Barron, a Cnodidutc lor Major
General of the 12th Division, Georgia Militia, at the
*;■ - ensuing election on the * — -
»;» * next, to fill the vucam
* lion of Gan. Daniel I
posed of *.ho Counties of Gilmer, Cherokee, Cuss,
Jordan, Murray, Walk er, Dade, Chat tonga and
auction and commission business.
THE undersigned would respectfully tender his sc
vice# to the public as
All busine«s“eiitrusted to his care will meet with
prompt attention and quick returns.
J. L. HUSON
He would beg leave to refer to
■sssms. UMAX a STKINSON, # M
•* eat a corroN, \
lo-av ,V bso. i Qriitin.
" ciisrsvAc ax. S
" dcxxis -V hist, ! Rome,
MR. J. traikob,4 iMiiledgrville.
Home. Ga.. Dec. 10. 1850. 10
f first Monday in January
ncy occasioned by tho resign n-
. If. Bikd. The division is ccin-
\\T E nremithorised to nnnoanco Col. JOHN W.
v v DODD, of Floyd,. Candidate for Major Gen
eral, of i!i. 13th Division,G. M., nt the ensuing elec-
dlian on the first Monday in January next. The di-
. vision i. composed of lit. Counties of Gilmer, Cher
okee, Cass, Gordon, Murray, Walker, Dude, Clint-
ta-.g. and Floyd. Dec. 5.
J - FRESH ARRIVAL
At No. 2, Choice Route.
T HE undereigned would respectfully invite the eiti-
xrnsof Rome and the surrounding country,to call
•ml examine bia FRESH STOCK OF GOODS just
' reived ana opened, cooaiating in part of the follnw-
, Crash'd, l’ortorko and N. Orleans Sugars;
Jars,Rio and Lagaira Coffee.
met. Syrup. Rice, Cheese, Sea-chocolate, 'Ini
Catsups, Piekh-a, Citron, Preserveil Ginger,
hi. Btatr and Tallow Candles, Family Flour,
kerel in bids., half bid. ,and kilts. Buttera.Pow-
, Shot and Lead, Axes, Iron and Nails. Buckets,
.’Factory Thread, Stone-ware, Boots, Shoes,
ips and Blankets, nnd many other articli-a not
*d; all of which he will sell cheap for Cash, or
unge for Country Prodnee.
THOMAS J. VERDERY.
id Street, Rome, Dae. 19,1850.
iNegotiiscompertum ttl miilium inyeittnm
pot$e. n ”" ,
E Joint Cathy, Williem J. Smith, J. L. Mc-
fArver, James Hurt and John J. Walker, Pro-
I amt original Tiusteea.
C. Btatham respeetfblly invites the attention of
.parents and guardians u. may with their aone or
iprrpnred tor College or instructed in ihe ordina-
Lehr. of. common Khoolednc.ilon to the above
[ Academy, sitaated on a desirable eminence in
Lilly ofei.ceilcnt water. #
| next term will commencojon the first Monday
Oaxaca—Hon. Wm.C. Dawson, Hon Francis
e, Mr. Samuel E.Scudder and Col. Y. P. King,
m>, Ga , R. B. Martin Feq , Clerk Saprr
4HE undesigned begs leave to inform the
. eitiuuinfRome, it* vicinity and the public
r, tbat he haa just received and opened a new
[WATCHES and JEWELRY ol tho very la
in an J finest atyle. Ilia friends and aeqaain
e cordially Invited 19 give hint a call and ex-
.oftepalrlng done to order, end goods and
jr.tcd. _Hkiestablishment will bo founds
I above tin Hilbura Hooie, Depot Square.
J. G. McKlNZIE.
■ton, South Carolina, Nov. 1850.
enigned has commenced Uw iBPOCtillff
— *—*-*—* ’at No.
! C w^h%oWf„,
ttry next, • large and very eomplen
I Good*, selected by hiniK-lf
yu of England and Franco, and imported
arly invites attention to hi* ’Mock of
a’ANCV GOODS, i* being one of the
ver offered tn this Market—compris
is, &e.,of the latest
r style Bonnet Ribbons ;
VL3?ndapted to the Spring
-in great variety ;
, Mohair. Cation aad Thread
t piiTvJ)t«ing on the meat &
WurSm 'Mob'.jla comparkton
THE BRITISH PERIODICALS
LEONARD SCOTT &. CO.,
NO. 54 GOLD ST., NEW YORK.
Continue to publish the four lending British Quarter
ly Reviews am! Blackwood's JVJagaziiie ; in addition
to which they have recently commenced the publica
tion of a valuable Agricultural work, called the
Farmer's Guide to Scientific and Praotical
By Henry Stefhkns, F. 11. S., of Edinburgh, nu
thor of the“ book of the farm,’' &c. &c.; as*feted by
John P. Norton, M. A., New Haven, Professor of
Scientific Agriculture iu Yale College, vVc. Arc.
This highly valuable work will comprise two largt
royal octavo volumes, containing over 14(f0 pages,
ith 18 or 20 splendid steel engreviugs ami marc than
GOO engravings on wood, in the high-nt style of th«
art, illustrating almost every implement of husbandry
now in itso by tho best farmers, the best methods of
. 'toughing,pluming, haying, harvesting, &c. Arc , the
various domestic animals in their highest perfection
In short, the pictorial feature of the book is unlqui .
and will render it of incalculable value to the student
The work i* to be />ubli»bed in Semi-monthly Num
her*, of 64 pages each, exclusive ofthe Steel engrav
ing*, and is sold ut 25 Cants each, or 85 for the entire
work in numbers, of which there will be nt least twen
'1*1# British Periodicals ne-pubUshed are ns fol
THE LONDON QUARTERLY REVlEW(Con-
TllE EDINBURGH REVIEW (Whig)
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THE WESTMINSTER REVIEW (Liberal),
BLACKWOOD'S EDlNBUUGH.MAGAZINE (To
Athongh these works are distinguished by the poli
ticalalindra above mdicoted, yet bum small portbin of
their content* is devoted to political subject* It is
their literary character which gives them their chief
value,and in thnt they stand confess .ally (hr alnive all
other journals of their class. Dlackieoid, still unde
the masterly guidance of Christopher North,
tains its ancie nt celebrity, and is at thi* time. unu*ual-
ly attractive, from the aerial works ofButwer and oth
er literary notables, written for that magazine, and
fir*t appearing in it* columns both in Great Britfciu
Mini ill the United Slates. 8ucli works as “ Tlie Cax-
ions” and* 4 My New Novel” (both by Biilwer), 4 * My
PenbiMilnr Medal,” M The Green Hand,” and other
serial*,of which numerous rival editions are tamed by
the leading publishers in this country, 'have to be re
printed by those publishers from the pages of Block-
wood, after it hat been inutd Ay Messrs. Scott 4* Co.,
so that Subscriber* to the Rcprient of that Magazine
may always My on having the earlisst reading of
these fucinating tales-
(Payments I*be made 'in all rates tn Advance.)
A discount of twenty five per cent, from the above
prices will be allowed to Cluba ordering four or more
copies of any or in are of the above woiks. 'I hus: 4
copies of Blackwood or of one Review will be aeut to
one address for $9; 4 copies of the four Review* and
Blackwood for 83<>; ®nd so on.
~ ‘ “ clubc mvt be senidirscs to the pub
DISSOLUTION OF COPARTNERSHIP.
T HE Copartnership existing between SAWRIE fc
VERDERY, was this day dissolved. Nov. 16.
P. S. All business of the firm will he settled by T.
VERDERY, who will continue the business.
roots & shoes
CASES Mens Water-proof, Cslf nnd Kip
Boots, purchased from the manufacturers—
will be sold Into down at
DENNIS & HUNT’S
FINE MOLESKIN HATS & FUR CAPS.
G ENIN’S Superfine Molexkin Ifats, warranted to
be superior to any other hat brought to this towu.
Also, Fine Beaver Fur Caps, may be found at
DENNIS Sc HUNT’S
AND AN ENTIRE NEW STOCK or
Staple and Fancy Dry Goods and
(Ntxt door to Wm. E. Alexander dr Co.)
ACCORDING to previous notice, I now offer fei
Urge and well selected stock of Staple
•I'd Fancy Dry Goods and Groceries, consisting of
Wue, black, brown, olive, green end cadet broad
cloths; black, corded, doeskin, plain, lancy, striped,
Mmsmmimettat blwvbteek. strip«i» olive mixed,
O^brd, fluey plnid, sHm drab, end silver mked
ssitmncU j blue, black, brownv.gnsen.aodi gold mwed r
grey and cadet Kentucky janes ? Wars and drab pilot
cloth, for over-coating; all kinds o*tweeds* red,
ircen, white and yellow flannel; super easslraere
verting*,all qualities; black serge; silk and* cotton
handkerchief* j black and fhney silk cravat* j men’s
buck, hoseskin, cassimere a n d bone knit gloves; La-
dies* kid, cassimere end silk gloves; worsted aud
silk inf a.
The ladies are particularly invited to look at a few
pattern* of black brocade. Grade, Rhino and «triped
ohene silks; figured and lustre du cliene and Jenny
Lind poplins; velvet trimmings, »l*
color* ; fine as-orim*"*i-jnnrT**"* 1 «*P ribbon* ;
rj-is.—Wrtck aljjuccas; black, plain end
figured mohair, changeable nnd fancy figured ul*
pacas; mode striped do., ladies tnorino vesta; Hunga
rian, pearl and Albonni, Coburg and Leghorn bonnets
blk. Leghorn do., while, i»ink, blue and straw colored
•attln bonnet*; some with leathers, very pretty; artifi
cial flowers; a beautiful casortment of gold ]ienciU,fin*
8* r *,£*• ear rings and breast pins, silver pencils and
thimbles; swisa,jaconot and mull muslins, bishop lawn;
plain and figured bobblnetU; lisle and thread lace nnd
edgings and insertion; a fine assortment of calicoa
and gingharoa, shawls, &c. &c ; a wei] assorted stock
of ready made clothing; 10 cases boots assorted; india
rubber over-boota and shoe#, ladies overshoe# ; | ar ge
stock heavy negroahoes; a general assortment of ladies
shippers and walking shoe*; miso+m and children's do.;
mens and boy’a shoes; bats and caps, a good assort
ment ; a Urge and general assortment of hard ware and
cutlery; 10 bale* osnaburgs ; striped and plain home
spuns, bleached da; bed t.cking f furniture dimity;iron,
•sit. sugar, coffee, moUscs, bagging, rope, twine, mack-
ernl, loaf sugar, hoop nnd band iron, nail rods, horse
shoe nails ; 100 kegs nails, assorted ; fine assortment
of men’s and ladies saddles nnd bridles.
The assortment is very complete in every line and
will be sold on very reasonable terms. I wifi take all
kinds of produce that can t»c turned to any account in
the way of exchange. Cosh paid for Cotton. Coun
try merchants wishing to replenUh their Stocks with
some leading article* might find it to their advantage
to call. A few piecss ol carpeting for sale low, with
a great many other articles too tedious to mention.
FRANCIS M. ALLEN.
Nov. 14. 1850. 6
RAIN & MUD-
I NDIA RUBBER Coatsand Leggings. Also, Gents.
Ladies’and Misses Rubber over-shoe*, and Ladies
Rubber bootee*, a new nnd desirable nrticle, all of
which are a sure protection nc* 1 * 0 ** rain and mud.
DENNIS Sc HUNT.
P ATENT CAMPHINE LAMPS giving a better
nnd clu-api-r light than any thing else yet discover
ed (the Sun excepted) nt
THE NEW YORK STORE.
SHAWLS AND MANTILLAS-
A LARGE Assortment of superfine allwool Long
shawls. Black Silk Shawls, and the very latest
ityle ol Mantillua. Also, materials for making man
DENNIS Jc HUNT’S.
ATLANTA IRON F0UNDEBY.
M ILL GEARING of every deseription.Gin Gear
ing, Plate* and Balls, Arc., Ate , together with all
such oilier casting-* n» are usually made at similar es<
t.ibli*lnuent«, will be manufactured to order on ac
commodating terms, and warranted to be of the beat
material, by A. LEYDEN AtCO
Nov. 28. % ly
ARK MILLS of different sixes, with all the lat
est Improvements. Apply nt the Atlanti Iron
Fiutndery. A. LEYDEN At CO.
Nov. 2v ly
M ILL STONES, French, Georgia, and Esopus, of
every size, nt manufacturer's prices, with freight
added. Also, Bolting Cloth* of *upi rior quality. Cast
Iron Water Wheels,of all si/.ea, for Flour and So
Mill*, Ate., Ate Apply nt the Foundery of
N«v. 98. 1850. A. LEY DEN At CO.
U NCUT Velvet Bonnet*, nil colours, trimmed in
AT THE NEW YORK STORE.
T WI Arrangement*.
UK Northern, Southern amt Emteru Mail,
elosa at 9i o’clock, A. M<, itailjr, except Sun
daes. Arrive, ut 14 P: M., daily, except Sundays,
[Mode ol' conveyance. Bail Boad Cart-
Wn.iern Mail, (via) Donut aud Missionary Si*,
lion. On., to Blue Pond' Ala., closes at 1 P. III.,
daily, except Sundays. Arrivts at 8 A. M., daily,
except Tuesdays. [Mods of conveyance, four-
Jacksonville mail, (via) Cavo Spring and Stale
. I.ine. cloje. at 5 A. M., every Monday. Arrives at
1 0 P. M., every Wodnesdsjr. [Mode of conveyance,
Cavo Spring innil (via) Vann'. Valley, Ga. clour,
every Tuesday end Friday at 104 A. M. Arrive,
•ante day, at 11 A. M. [diode of conveyance,
horse mail. -v-.
let Fayette mail (via) Dirt Town, Hardin's
AAllSr Ariuuichee and Summerville, arrives every
Jl/otidiiy on* Thursday at 0 P. M., nnd close, same
day at Uj P. At.
California, Hermitage end Johnson*, m.ll. clou,
at 10 A. M.. even- “"*< nrrlve. same day
m. is, or. [JriNls nt conveyance, horse moils.
April 18, 1850. THOMAS J. I'lilt RV, />. M.
AUit.tMIEIl * TRxnmci.u
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Nov. 38, 1850. 1,.
I.IN Is URANTI.Y,
WARE-HOUSE AND COMMISSION HEBCH.tXTS r
Nov. 38, 1880. ly
FAZI, AN© WINTER 080!
N. J. OMBERff,
TT A ® now .on band a welt select.,I stock ofCIs
~7, lr C ' u ‘"’' er0 * n'nl Vestings, oi every shade
color, together with every other nrticle usually 1
n an esutMiahment of this kind. Th.s, *c
have been selected by himself m New York,. ■
great care nnd particular relerence to the pr.
mg Fashions. He isnlur prepared' to inanUfal
turo clothing in n inaniter mnl style not tot. saq
(P a ?*, a ou ' largest and ucaklti.liiotiald. oltiM. f
October 10, 165C.
uonaa a.SDsn.n. > ■( oiuatKa s iisuiltix.
IIAM1I.TON k IIABIIBMAX.
Factors & CommissioH Merchants,
Oct. 3. 1850, 1 ,o ln
OSGOOD* ALSABR00K k CO.
No. 4, Choice Houte y
EJ AVE|op*neil anJ offer a general assortment of
Ready-Made Clothinff* embracing every va
riety of m
Coats, Pantiy Vests, Shirts y Cotton and Ma
rino Drawers and Shirts,
Morina undervest for Ladies ; Cravats of various
style*, half hose, collars, iVc., &c. We also offer a
superior lot of Boots and 8hoes from the Negro
Brogan to the Kino Calf Boot, with n choice selec
tion of Ladiet ni,( l Cbildrent Bootees and Shoes,
Trunk*, Curpet-Bags, list* and Cap#, of nil aorta and
We aho offer School, Religions nnd Miscellaneous
Books. Stationery and Fancy Stationery, Perfume*,
from Jidc* Anuel, tfoips, Hair and 'lootlt Brushes,
with h great variety of articles too tedious to mention,
all of which will be sold at a fair advance upon cost
Tin? ladies we will be especially pleated to see nt
Rome, Ga., Nov. 7,1*50, 6m
A FEW pairs of superior doubled sole studied
Boo!*, (home-made) may Ira had cheap for cash,
by applying nt this office immediately.
For any one of the four Reviews,
For any two do
For any three uo
For all four of the Reviews,
For Blackwood’s Magazine,
For Blackwood and three Review*,
For Blackwood and the four Riviews ^ •
For Farmar’a Guide (uouiplete in2i Nos.)
BANKS & EDDLEMaN.
BOOTS, SHOES, LEATHER, PEGS,
SHOE-MAKER’S TOOLS, &c.
H AVE on hand n large stock of Leather, Lasts,
Peg*. Findings, Tools, &c., und will fill orders
nt Augusta price*, with lira freight added. Shoe-Ma
ker* in Cherokee Georgia and Alabama would do well
to try them, as they niight* , go farther ;»nd fare worse."
They also have a lorge stock of well assorted Boots
and Shoe*, mode exnressly for them, which they will
warrant. They ore superior,and iio mistake, and will
be sold cheap
Also, heavy doubled sole Negro Shoe*, manfactur*
cd by themselves in Atlanta. These aro far superior
to any Negro Shoes before offered in this part of the
country, and will be aold on accommodating term*.
They are prepared also, to make to order fine single
and doubled *ole Boots, or any other kind, in • style
unsurpassed in this country.
Nov. 28, ISftO.
To the Friend* of Medical Reform.
T HE oft and repeated colls to visit patients at a dis
tance in the country, ha* induced thu subscriber to
unite with him in the practice of medicine, Dr. II. B.
RANSOM, late of Monroe, Walton county, Georgia,
whose qualifications are of the first order, hav
ing practiced for several years with flattering success
in Middle Georgia, where hia reputation •• a prac
titioner, is best known and appreciated.
1 will also take this method of returning *»r
grateful acknowledgements to my patrons for past
lavor*, and still solicit a continuance of the *atne.
In connection with the above named gentleman,! will
be prepared at all timet to attend to calls in reasona
ble di>tsnce,nnd when necea.«nry, the services of both
will Ira tendered in consnltiition without additional
charge. D. S. JONES.
Rome, Ga., October 2l, IS50. *f
To Officers and Soldier* of the War with Mex
ico. the War of 1812 with Great Britain, or
aoy of the Indian Wan, Regular, Volunteer
or Drafted, or their legal Bepretentative*,
Widow* and hein.
B Y recent net of Congress yon are allowed boun
ty lands nnd money in proportion to the time
oi service, rendered in nny of the above itnmed
War*. The undersigned Imving all the form* no-
ce»*nry, you enn obtain wurrnnl* for entering
your land*, nnd procure the bounty money whenev
er allowed, by application to
DANIEL 8. PRINTUP,
Attorney at Law, Rome, On.
October 17, ISftO. Gin
CHARLES F HAMILTON. > ^ TIIOMAS HAtlUEMaN.
IMRDEnAN fie HAMILTON*
Warehouse & Commission Merchants,
Oct 3, 1850. I ,., m .
A. K. V TTOIt,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
WILL Practice in nil the Counlicanf the Oh.ro
k»* Circuit. 48 Sr|,t. 5, 1*30.
Or. Filch’. Celi braied ItfrihlttN.
Pulmonary Iiulnui. Doroutir* F»
Pec torn I Expec torn u». ***" r« CotrvAoYj 1
Pulmonary Lmiment, Ilnmor Corrector,-
I'urc nnd Medicinal Cod Hirer Oil!
Anlt-ity,Hu .Mixture, Cough null C'athartia PM©
Nervine, Frmule Pill,
' . Feinnlc Sncolflc, *a.. Mk
hwi i!" con * , » ,1,, / " ,lJ with nnprecadentaa-
success .» in© frenrmeut of
Cough,, ColdI, Consumption, Asthma, lUar*
Diseases, Duspeptia, Scro/utti, Sides
Diseases, Rheumatism,Female Com
plaints, Pitts, 8,-e., S;c.
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I»H FITCH’S IMPtlOVED PLA-TEfi- 3TBSS.
SPRING SHOULDER BRACE.
DR, FITCH'S SILVEit INHALING TURK
Or. Fffehni talthvnlcd Six Lcellrw-
os tux racviKTion and era* or
Consumption, Asthma, Diseases oj Ihe Aeast,
*>'€., nnd on themethed of preserving JTeaUh
and Ifoauty to an old oge.
This Book should be in every family’. Tw
for'relief*" 3* “ o'"* ° U ,' ,h * ° nl y """at****
lor rutei. io mother*, tho diroctiotta It elv«r tW
"'*• e,, ‘ ,cntion of Children are .nval'jftUlaT
0 copies of this Book have pnasetl throuxb tko
(>re.., and tliu wile codtinue. unnhated. *
For.nle hr 8. S. FITCH is CO..-
107 Brondwny, N. Y., and hr'
tn. n. r . S' I)ICKElts,J N, Kome^Unt-
© fl «-1 itch a Guidk to InvAttDa. or Dirastloa*
to |icrwna u.ing Dr. Fitcli'. lU-Mnlfo,. to hatia£
gratis, ot nil hi. Agents.
W. P. W 1 LK INS.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Hon. D s. i-ohtsb, ciiaslistox, a. c., or
AT CAVaai-aiNo, on.
Hon wr. it. cnnsitwooD, romx. oa.
Hon. WIU.IAH XXZAKO, DECATUR, OA.
July 18,1S50. 4, ]y
DNDKHWOOD Sc DTANDIFKlt,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
WILL practice in the Cherokee Circuit, and Su
preme Court of said State, nnd in the adjoining
counties ol Alnbnmn. Oct. 10,1850.
Tlifts, C. HINDMAN, JCJIV.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Will nttend the Courts in tho Seventh Judicial
Circuit of tho Suite oi Mississippi, All profession
al business confided to his management shall re®
ceive strict nttention. May 9, ISftO,
N. J. ONDEHIb
DRAPER AND TAILOR,
Broad Slrcecl Rome, Ga.
October 10, 1850.
a. W, BBJ.LL,
DRAPER AND TAILOR,
Broad Street Rome, Ga.
October 10, 1850.
%• Orders from Clubr must be tcnidwfc* to the pub-
Habere, u> no discount from these prices can he allowed
Money, current iu the States where usued, will be
received at par.
(&»Remtttai'ces and communication* siioald be al
ways addiesatd, post paid or franked, to tht Publish
er*. LEONARD SCOTT & CO.
79 Fvlto* St«xkt, New York,
Entrance 54 Gold at*
Dec. 4 185*1.
B ATTEY A DRO., Having received their Fall
Supplies, invite attention to • large and well as
sorted Stock of pure Drti^a and Medicine*, ^lint*,
Oi!», Dye-Siutfe, Glass, Brushes, PcrfuinerT, Fancy
article*, etc., etc. W** 5-
THE ATTENTI jN OF PHYSICIAKS
T S invited to our frcih Bitppl)-of D.ugi and Mcii-
Em-liah nnd Amsfieiin <;bi-niljnj«. Barg'-
Dac.!). T~ I Notthe™.
FnBE FAMILY ^“SSn.. .*«• I
Alio Ota, Georgia.
T HIS HOTEL ha.bran newly lilted up and finely
lurni.hed lor the accommodation ol' the Travel.
iog Public, generally, ftp* No pain* will be spared
to noder nil comfortable who inoy give ut n call.
fCJ* SeivunU nlw.-iy. in attendnuce at the Car.
to convey b.ggiigo and conduct Paaaengere.
JAMES LOYD, Proprietor
GEO. R. MAZER, Superintendent.
N. It.—A new and .plendid BARBER SHOP re.
ecntly nttnchcl, under the tame roof.
Dec. 5, ll5U. b
COD LIVER OIL.
T HAT ceiehrated core for Conmmption, Serotula
in all iu forme nnd vat ion. other dll*
rare*, ju.t received 30 gals, direct front the tnann*
tnetory of Rnahton, Clark A Co.—warranted genu
ine. For safe by BATTEY 4s BRO.
Dec. 5,1850. CAefre'a Hotel Range.
J I pohrhF"
CHEAP CASH STORE.
T HE rabecriber Informs hD friends and the pnblie
generally, But he has removed his Store from the
Corner of Bro# *«d Etowah Bt|vala.t»llot baldtore
HOPKINS, HUDSON ft CO.
«l©mm I8SION MEHCUAIfT*.
Office Frazer's Wharf, Charleston, S. C.
T llE UNDERSIGNED beg leave to inform their
friehds ntid the public, thnt they hnvu opened nu
Office in tho City of Charleston, 8. C., (or a
GENERAL COMMISSION BU.SINE.S8.
Particular attention will be given to the sale of Cotton,
and all -other Country Produce, purchase of Merchan
dize, and Receiving and Forwarding Good*. The
customary cash advances and facilities will Ira afford
J. R. Hudson and Joint J. Cohen resides in Charles
ton. L. Hope ins continues hi* residence nt Angus*
ta, G*., engaged In the Commission Business as
heretofore, where he may be consulted in relation to
business designed for our House in Charleston.
LAMBETH HOPKINS. Augusta.
JOHN U. HUDSOaN, l rlMfl#alMl
JOHN J. COHEN, J ctUiTlett9n -
J. D. DICKERSON,
W HOI.CALK A XU a UTAH. DXALIK IX
DRUGS, MEDICINES, PAINTS, OILS, DYE
STUFFS, PERFUMERY, 5tc.
October 10, 1850. Broad Street.
A. ». KING & CO.
COTTO V GJNMANUFACTURERS
May 9. 1950
Persons and Servants.
CHECKS on Charleston and New York, lor sals
by DANIEL 8. PR1NTUP,
Agent for the Bank of the Suite of So. Cn.
Nov. 14, 18ft0. 6 ly
Broad Street Ramt, Georgia,
T HE subscriber takes this method of informing
Ills friends, and the public generally, thnt ho i*
t ircpnred to execute nil work entrusted to Ills care.
Io feel* confident of his nbility to please all who
may favoiti him with a call. Ho pledges himself
that no garment shnll leave his shop until the cus
tomer be pleased with the fit. Tho undersigned
is permanently located in Rome, and hopes to mer
it a liberal share of the public patronage, there bo-
ing no risk incurred on the part of the patron, ns
no garment shall leave my shop until natisfaction
Ira given. WILLIAM PUHKS,
mo b40*u i, ,|(i
ri ot theCUyflffkllWT
MRS. MARY CHOICE
Formerly of Dnhtonega, ha* token charge of the
NEW HOTEL, aud made extensive preparations
for the comfort and convenience of those who may
favor lu*r with a anil. From her long experience,
she confidently hope* to give entire satisfaction to
transient Visitors und Permanent Boarders.
.September 5, 1950. 49 12m
dtj. Persona wil! be carried to and from
the Depot to the Hotel, free of charge.
1TT1LL ha soM, on Tbanday, the 10th day of Jan-
II nary ntst, between lbe legal hour* at sale, at
Ihe late residence of William Jinks, late ol Floyd
county, deeearetl, all the pdbtbable property belong
ing to the estate of said <k-raserd, consisting of Coen,
Foddsr, Wheat, Horses, Unas. Shrap, Yaks of Own
and Can, one wagon. Fanning Tool.,Saddle ehd bri
dle, lloaeehold and Kitchen Furnitore; with varton*
other articles loo tedioo. to mention. Sold far tht
bendtt of tho heirs and creditors of said daeessrd.
Also.ihe nogreaabekagingta mideetata. will to
hired on tba first Tusadny In February next. mttU
Termem.de known ond.yefaale.
L’OSKEKY JA.VJES & CW#
Warehouse & Commission Uetuhaat^
T HE undersigned thankful for the liberal
patronage of the past season, ngain ten
ders their services to their friends aud tha
public, in thesnle of Cotton and other Pro
duce, nt their Fire Proof Warehouse aw
Campbell street, where their personal atten
tion will be given to all business entrusted!*
them, and liberal Cash advances mad. *W
Produce when required. Order# for Baggings
Hope and family supplies, executed st tk*
lowest market price.
A. G. JANES,
THOS. W. COSKERtff.-
Augusta, Sept. 19, 1850. 60tP
Vo Soutbcfn aud Wcifcne
Hardware, Cutlery, Guns, Pistols; ft*
W E are now receiving an entiie *trW «TbCr O
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC HARD WAKE; til* (11m*»
iron* fire of the 20th May lmvlng left us withouViflft
Gooff* ou linnff.
ir Burak will comprise every variety oft ltkV»*
ware mini ted to the*Southern and Western Trada,
miff an n**ortinent of Uirucsand QuMunsarpamL
Our Foreign Good* have nil been IwpiimHIHHi
anti tho Domestic purolmMNl upon lbe most udvftfl^
iBROouff term* tux rjmhs nod from our long •xptvi**
cnee, we feel confident that we ean do M wall *4'
least for rntr enttouver* at nny other House, and Ifl*'
vito all Merchants visiting Charleston to cnll *rv4
examine our Stock at No. 7, Hnync Srrcel;* ties?
P. M. Colveu iV- Co., Druggists.
COUHTNKY iV tBNNEItf;
No. 7, IIaynb 8txM», Chatleaton, 8, 0
Sept. 5, 1850. 4ft
J UST RE<lEIVED r 3 cnMa.npeHormoletlllnh'eW
from the mnnufaetory of "Gening* New YotkV
These are the finest moleskin hats Uixt r efcl
bly be made nnd warranted auperiot ibany
tin* kind ever offered in Rome, We also-ofl
kin, Duryer te Co’a haunt reduced price*—not
mined. IO pieces P ranch black and ollva <1*
from $1 50 up. 1JV piece* bhek tTocakin, *
r iirvit* tile Rtl*tttl*n fC
gain*—also, fhirt*, glove* r i
chief*, kVc., icc., to wliicki
*.he gentlemen of Uotnev
N. B. A few dozen inareno nnd silW shirtt.
October 17, 1858 DENNIS Sc HUNT-
I AflA PIECES Prims of lath- patera I ad
,VM-1U .lylos—many of which are of Ihefla’
est English nnd French mitnal'actun. 300- piea«e>
WorMLxl good., of new nnd desirable stylos—fart
ed nnd plain—consisting of cashmeres, psrntnmke
cloths, Coburg cloths, tnnrenos, nlpnccns, De Let mat
30 piece, rich Hgnred nntt black silks I alsoe Wififc
blnck silk for mnntillas, with an assortment of stilt
Inees anil triage. 3 capes bonnets, trimmed* of
made in lire very latest New York style—'haao orw
a very rich nrticlo nnd well worthy the notlet of tho
Indies. 50 superfine all wove lots shawls. At**
collars, wristlets, glove., laces, eombr, linlvry. 3to-
Romo, Oct 11 lb50 DENNIS & UUNTe
JfUiU< — „ ic ..he ip**
LWAYS on l, * n i*^nOT--5h*"* "•‘“bb'o
L ml manner, und« *«' ‘“^rrEY 3f »*°
c!l ucqoainted whh the
■Bths w&s simmsr at tha
THOS. & PRICK, 1 .j ,
WM. G. MILKS,
DR. J. D. OWEN,
t (Late Assistant Physician to the Lenatie
Asylum at MilledgevUle.)
t located in Rome, respectful-
■ all persona
LOOK AT THI8! GBBAT BARGAINS 1
The Cheapest Goods ever offered for Sale.
T HE nndersigtied, jaat arrived from Ihe City o
Philadelphia,informs the Ladies and Gantlemen
of Floyd and adjoining counties, that be is opening
e Dry Goode, Clothing and Fancy Store, in the city
of Rome. The goods ere entirely new end well se
lected, and shall be roid with very rmell profit.. Hit
Stock contains Clothing of every 'riererijMJaa, Ceps,
list., Setinetu,Janet, dee.. Dress Goods, Shawls,
Muslins, Alpeecne, Ginghams,Calicos, Prints. Swiss
Muslin, Millenary Geode, Mantillas, Laces, Needle-
worked Coil.r*amiCbenbeitea,andpesflunrs; Gold
and Silver Watches, largo assortment of Gold Finger
Rings, Ear Kings, Breast Pina. Maionie and Odd
FeUow Pina, Keys, Studds and Stiver Combs-
Old and out of fashion Silver and Gold uken in
My stand is one door above Dr. Dickerson's Drug
store, where S. Box formerly kept. I confidently
hope to give full satisfaction to all who will please
me with » cell. M. STERN -
Rome, Oct. 31,1650-
N. B- Remember ene Door above Dr. Dickerson's
D. J. SANDERS
TS now receiving e supply of Shoes end Boots. Bsg-
A ging. Twine and Rop Snger end Coffee, Salt
nad Molsret, end n No I article of Msdtercl, -Ye .
with an aoro-unnti of Hare, Cape. Cnshm rs and
Broad Cloths, Ready-made Clothing, Calicoes, snd
Ginghams, Bleached and Brown Shirting and My* <-
ing, FUnneln, Ac. Pot, Crockery ami Glare Ware,
Factory Ynrns end Osn.iburge, Cigars, Tnb icro end
Snuff, also- a lot* of Superfine Flour, nil of which
he will red-very low for cash
November 7, tW0.
F OUR month* after dale application wR5 It tSadk*
to t ' ‘ * —
W ILL he Bold, by an order of the honorable Inferi
or Court of Troop couniy when siuiog for Or-
- pnrposra, at Cemvitle. Cass coamyjoo the first
the honorable the Interior Courtef Floyd <
ty .when tilting for Ordinary pnrposee, for lets* a* ceil
all the Real Estate belonging to Wesley S. and) Barak*
A. Train, Minor OrphansofTilman Treat,let* afraid
county deceased. „
Nov. 7, 1850. wisa
F OUR montlis after data application trill ha mada'
to the honorable the inferior Courtof ChattoSgK
county, when sittingferradinarypiirpoars.lorlisrar
to nil tho Land 5c Negroes belonging to th* e«ta» ad
Edwin Joinee, a Lunatic of satiTcoumjT.
A GREEABLY loan order of tha hoirerthlo t««
xn. forior Conn of Chatfooga county when- riftlktf
as a Court of Ordinary, will he sold on the fint'PGK-
-|sy in Jan-mry ivtst. 1x54, Irelhre tfe, tfotnV llouka
door in the town of Biimtriervillr, within the Mtr
rnnua of ante, one ti -gro, tn wit i Perry, a man* SC
yean old. BoiiT lor the benefit'of K. A. Story,«La-
i,stie of an id ennipv. Term madb .tMwn ahfhff ’
Iny ,<f rale. C. C. CLEGIIORN, Gnardiaa- i
Nnv. 7, 1850.
J UST re,-rived,and for rale.a fine attppiy e
I V ihe Piano Forte, consisting ol the It
The -ttbscriher being the a'nUion-ed
•ilensive Music .Store, wiUrvieeF'
or any particultr kind of mama...
Guitats, or any kind of rnn-ieaTbq
handed in will be tUinkfuhy r
the earliest' dispatch,: 1 J.
October 31, lx.50.