PROFESSIONAL CARDS, Bw.
REES * LINTON,_
WARE-HOUSE A COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
jMkwn Street, Augusta, Georgia.
TTTILL continue the WAREHOUSE and COM-
W MISSION BUSINESS at their Fire-Proof
Warehouse, and will devote their personal attention
to the interests of their friends and patrons.
Orders for Family Supplies, Bagging, Rope, &c.,
Liberal Cash Advances made when required.
Commission for selling cotton, fifty cents per bale
kjohc. bess. [Septß-85] sam’lo. lintom.
WHIT G. JOHNSON,
ATTORNEY AT LAW, Augusta, Ga. “
WILL promptly attend to all business entrusted
to his professional management in Richmond and the
adjoining counties. Office on Mclntosh Street, three
doors below Constitutionalist office.
Reference—Thos. R. R. Oobb, Athens, Ga.
•H TT O R JVJE If At T Id JM. Vf*
YANOY HILL, MUBRT CO., GA.
April 80th, 1857.
ROGER L. WHIGHAM,
Louisville , Jefferson co., Ga.
WILL give prompt attention to any business en
trusted to his care, in the following counties:
Jefferson, Burke, Richmond, Columbia,
Warren, Washington, Emanuel,
Montgomery, Tatnall and
Scriven. j. .!_ ■
LEONARD T. DOYAL,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
McDonough ; henry go., ga.
Will practice Law in the following counties, to-wit;
Henry, Spaulding, Butts, Newton, Fayette, Fulton,
DeKalb, Pike and Monroe. Feb2—A
D. H. SANDERS,
ATTORNEY AT LA IF,
Will practice in the counties of Dougherty, Sumter,
Lee, Randolph, Calhoun, Early, Baker,
Decatur and Worth.
Jan. 1 ly 1
H. T. PERKINS,
ATTORNEY AT LA IF,
Will practic? in the co- nties of Greene, Morgan,
Putnam, Oglethorpe, Taliaferro, Hancock,
Wilkes and Warren.
Feb. ly 7
PHILLIP R. ROBINSON,
ATTORNEY AT LAW ,
Will practice in the cou “.ties of Greene, Morgan,
Putnam, Oglethorpe, Talisferro, Hancock,
Wfikes and Waren.
July 6th, 1866. ly. ‘ 25.
WiU be paid the above reward to any person or per
sons who will prove, in a single instance, of the
failure of “ Dense’s Celebrated Poultice”
to affect the permanent cure of Neu
ralgia of the face.
TIP DOLOREUX OP THE FACE
SAFE & PERMANENT CURE
This remedy is warranted a Permanent
Cure,An all cases of Face Neuralgia. It
is not recommended for any other nervous affection,
when used in those excruciating cases of
NEURALGIA OF THE FACE,
it has been invariably and entirely successful. The
Proprietor is satisfied that a trial will prove; the truth
. of the recommendation given. The following testi
monials of the virtues of DENSE’S POULTICE is
respectfully submitted to the notice of the afflicted.
Another successful cure of Neuralgia of the Face.
A case of seven years standing, cured by DENSE'S
C. H. Freeman of this city has suffered the most
excruciating pains in both sides of his face, for seven
years, and had tried all the usual modes of treatment
in vain. The first case was cured 21st Dec. ’56,
and the second 12th April, ’67.
I do hereby certify that the above statement is
true and correct, and am satisfied that I am perma
nently cured. (Signed,)
CHAS. H. FREEMAN.
We, the undersigned ; do hereby certify that we
are personally acquainted with the above case of
C. H. Freeman, and that he is entirely cured.
(Signed,) W. H. King,
J. S. Graybill,
S. B. Day, ,
R. A. Benson.
Macon, August 12,186/.
Applicants will please address
A. A. MENNARD, Druggist,
Or B. F. DENSE, Macon, Ga.
This Medicine can be sent by mail to every
part of the country. Price, $lO.
August 20, 1867. 88—ly
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or plans of our Far Famed and Responsible Lotteries,
in which it will be perceived money may be drawn
without scarcely an effort Packages of whole tickets
should be ordered to secure the largest amount of
money, as a Package can draw four Prizes.
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FOUR GRAND PRIZES OF
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OWE] E>Q¥ jABE
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SHARES IN PROPORTION.
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JOINT STOCK LOTTERY,
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ing, in bills of specie paying banks without deduc
tion, on the return of the ticket or certificate enti
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T. 0. LIVINGSTON & GO., Managers.
MOST BRILLIANT SCHEME.
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Every TUESDAY, THURSDAY and SATURDAY,
when the following Grand and Magnificent Prizei
will be distributed to Ticket Holders.
1 prize of $22,0001 prize of SSOO
1 of 6,6001 o( 500
1 of 3,260 1 of 600
1 of 8,2601 of 600
1 ot 8,2601 of 100
1 of 8,2601 of 100
1 of 1,626 1 of 100
1 of 1,626 1 of 100
1 of 1,6361 of 100
1 of 1,626 1 of 100
1 of 1,0001 of 100
1 of 1,0001 of 100
1 of 1,000 1 of 100
1 of 1,0001 of 100
100 prizes of S2O are 2,000
60 of 10 are 600
60 of 8 are 480
2,120 of 2 are 4,240
24,848 of 1 are 24,848
26,716 prizes amounting to $86,668
Whole Tickets One Dollar each.
Managers’ printed Certificates of Packages of
whole tickets, containing every number in the Lot
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will be sent by mail, securely enveloped and sealed,
In this scheme, a package of 26 whole tickets
would cost $26, but as they are bound to draw at
least sl6, we will send
Certificates of 26 whole tickets. $lO
Certificates of 26 half tickets 6
Certificates of 26 quarter tickets 2 60
The official account of the drawing, with a writ
ten statement of the amount drawn, will be forward
ed immediately after the drawing, to those who or
der their tickets at this office. Bank Notes, Certifi
cates of Deposit or prizes in any responsible Lotte
ries, will be taken for tickets and packages in these
popular and far-famed Lotteries, and all prizes sold
wifr be paid immediately after the drawing, in full
without discount, in Sight Drafts on New York; or,
if preferred , Gold will be forwarded bg the Express
Company in well secured Boxes.
All orders should be sent for packages and single
tickets by the earliest mails to avoid disappointment,
as they are often scarce, and sometimes are all sold
a week before the day of drawing.
For Packages or single tickets in the above rich
and beautiful Lottery, orders must be addressed by
mail to the truly fortunate and far-famed prize sel
lers, M. SAVOY & CO.,
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WHO WANTS MONEY!
MAY TE OBTAINED BY RISKING TEN DOL’S!
Halves and Quarter Tickets in Proportion.
Jasper County Academy Lottery,
By authority of the State of Georgia.
Plan Single Numbers.
30,000 TICKETS— 3,2B6 PRIZES,
AMOUNTING TO $216,000.
PRIZES PA YABLE WITHO UT DED XjCTION
ANDERSON & SON, Manageis.
Successors to J. F. Winter, Manager.
Our Lotteries draw in Macon, Ga., (Small Schemes)
every Saturday, and in Savannah, (Large Schemes)
about the 15th of every month. J
DRAWS NOVEMBER 15TH, 1857, AT
ARMORY HALL, SAVANNAH, GA.
Under the Sworn Superintendence of
W. R. Symons and J. M. Prentiss, Esqrs.
CAPITALS of $60,000, $20,000, SIO,OOO, $6,000,
$4,000, $2,000, 8 Prizes of SIOOO, 6 of S6OO, 100 of
SIOO, 100 of S6O, 8000 of SBO, and 72 Approxima
tion prizes amounting to $8,760.
WHOLE TICKETS SIO—HALVES $5-QUART. 2*.
Look to your interest and compare this scheme with
Bank Notes of sound Banks taken at par.
Checks on New York remitted for prizes.
Address orders for tickets or Certificates of Pack
ages of Tickets to
ANDERSON 4c SON, Managers,
Sept 1867 Macon or Savannah, Ga.
Hats, Caps, Bonnets, Umbrellas, &c.
FALL AND WINTER STYLE 18S7.
ftEO. W. FERRY, Masonic HaU building,
Broad-si Augusta, Ga., has now on hand a
carefully selected stock of
- Moleskin hate of Beebe & Cos Leary &|Co trade
styl!L? entS * nd B ° yS 8011 Felt Hats ’ new a “ d eiegant
• “ “ Saxony Hate
-,; aSsssf* ‘
Rouehes, Flowers, Plumes, Umbrellas, Ac.
The best assortment in the city, and he hopes by
s untiring assiduity to merit the liberal patronage
ne has so long and thankfully received.
Drs. Cob & Latimbr would inform their friends
and patients, that one of the firm will constantly
remain in Greenesboro’, and that the other will be
found in the following places at the time specified
White Plains, from Jan. 6th, to Jan. 17th.
Mount Zion, “ “ 18th, “ “ 81st.
Oxford from February Ist, to February 14tb.
Penfield “ * 16th, to “ 28th.
As this time table will be strictly adhered*to, those
who call early will be most likely to receive attention.
J. I TMIPIER,
GUN AND LOCKSMITH,
AND MANUFACTURER OF
DOUBLE AND SINGLE SHOT GUNS,
ALSO, REPAIRING OF. GUNS, KEYS, Ac. &c.
JSF“No charge on work sent.
J. H. SNELLINGS, Agent,
Aug. 6,1857.—1 y. Greenesboro, Ga.
BUENA VISTAJ ACADEMY.
PUBLIC SQUARE, GREENE COUNTY GA
The undersigned have secured, for the coming
year, the services of John J. Heard, A. B. He was
born and raised among us, and is well known by
each one of us to be a gentleman of good mind, and
steady habits, and having already had some expe
rience in teaching, we confidently expect he will
merit a liberal share of patronage.
The school will open on the 2nd Monday in Janu
ary 1858, Further information concerning rates of
tuition, board, &c., can be obtained from either of
the Trustees. Wm. Tuggle, Jr. Pres.
S. M. Echol, Wm. Heard,
Thos. R. Thornton, Dr. A. H. Randle,
Jas. D. Williams. Wm. A. Overton.
December Bd, 1857 —49.
Wduable Property For Sale,
ONE of the partners wishing to change his
business, we now offer for sale our Land and
Mills , situated six miles east of Greenesboro’, and
four miles south-west of Union Point, known as
There is 1079 acres of land in the tract, about five
hundred acres cleard, the ballance well timbered
woodland. A consideraele portion is bottom land
and the present crop will speak for the productive
quality of the land.
Our mills consist of a Circular Saw Mill and a
Grist Mill —driven by a 15 horse power engine—all
is in good order and condition. The Mills were
erected last spring and are in the centre of five or
six hundred acres of heavy timbered woodland.—
For further particulars call to see us on the premises
or address us at Union Point, Ga.
CRANE & GIBSON.
October 21st, 1857—ts. 44
Valuable Plantation for Sale.
MThe Subscriber offers for sale his well known
plantation lying on the Ogechee River 11-2
miles above Columbus Shivers mills, in Warren
county. It is extensively known as having former
ly belonged to Thomas Seals deceased. It now con
tains 1200 acres more or. less of land, all of which
is good, in fine order, under good fences and Sus
ceptible of tillage. The tract comprises 800 acres
more or less of superior low grounds, well ditched,
and not liable to overflow. The improvements con
sist in a commodious residence, excellent meat house
ample accommodations for negroes, good barn,
cribs, stable &c.
Any one purchasing the place will get a valuable
Mr. Lankford, my overseer is on the premises
and will show the place to any one wishing to ex
amine it. He also will make known the Terms.
A. B. PHELPS.
Dec. 3rd, 1857. Penfield Ga.
Continually on hand Eatables of all
kinds, Fresh Oysters, Lobsters, Bologna Sausages,
Eggs, Candies and choice Fruits of every descrip
tion. Persons wishing any of these commodities,
or a good meal at short notice, will be accommodat
ed by calling in at OLD MAO’S.
Greenesboro’, Nov. 12th, 1857. 49
J. S. BARNWELL & CO.
WILL continue the harness business at the old
stand of Lankford & Barnwell. They promise to
execute all work entrusted to them in the latest
style and most workman-like manner, will do re
pairing at the shortest notice, and warrant every
job, and dispatch it with skill and neatness, upon
the most reasonable terms.
ffST None but the best materials used by us,
and the workmen are fatthful.
Cheap Dry Roods!
Broom a norrell are now receiving
at their new store, No. 238- Broad-st., a large
and elegant assortment of staple and Fancy Dry
Goods. Their stock is one of the largest and most
complete in their line in the city, and comprises all
of the latest and most elegant styles of the season.
They would respectfully solicit public patronage,
and cordially invite all to examine their Goods.
LADIES’ DRESS GOODS.
Fancy Dress Silks, Plaids and stripe^
Rich Silk Robe a’Quille, very heavy,
Rich Bayadere Silks, Poplins,
Black Brocade Silks, stripes, plaids and figures,
Mourning and Half Mourning Silks,
Rich French Printed All-wool Delaines,
Robes a’Quille, Bayadere S.tripes,
Cashmere d’Ecosse, Valencia Plaids and Tarltans,
And a variety of other Goods for children ;
Printed Cohurgs, Paramattas,
English and French Mennoes,
Plain and Printed Delains and Persians, all qualities,
French, English and Americh Prints, great variety,
French, Scotch and American Ginghams, great va
Plain, Printed and Plaid-Opera Flannels.
CLOAKS AND MANTILLAS,
Os the latest styles, from low priced to very rich, in
CHENILLE SHAWLS AND SCARFS,
And almost every description, from low price to very
A large assortment of Ladies’ Cloths, all colors,
for Cloaks and Mantillas.
Mourning Goods, of every style, suitable for the
Hoop Skirts, every style and quality used,
Corsets, French and Railroad,
Os all kinds, and a large assortment of French
Worked Collars, Sleeves, Bands, Flouncings, Emb’d
Skirts, Handkerchiefs, Infant’s Waists, Worked Edg
ings and Insertings.
Gloves of all kinds, for Ladies, Gents and Boys,
Hosiery “ “ “ “ ‘ *.
Flannels, large assortment, all prices and qualities.
Merino Vesta, for Ladies, Children and Gents.
All styles Oassimeres, Doeskins, Corduroys,
Tweeds, Satinetts, plain and plaids; Kentucky Jeans
Carolina Jeans, Merino Oassimeres, for children;
Plaids and Rob-Roys, for children, Ac.
PLANTATION AND SERVANT’S GOODS.
Largest assortment and greatest variety in the
city, comprising the most durable Goods in the mar
ket in the way of Kerseys, white and brown Plains,
Heavy Twills, Linseys, Osenburgs, Stripes, Home
spuns, Plaids and Flannels.
Negro Blankets, white and grey,
Fancy “ of every description,
From a smalt Crib Blanket, to a large and su
perior Bed Blanket.
We ha,ve t but ONE PRICE, our goods will be of
fkred at the lowest prices, which wo guarantee to be
as low as any in the Southern country, Our sys
tem not only compels us to pell our goods at the
lowest prices, but it also protects the buyer from
paying over market price, as he invariably does,
where there is an aching and a taking price,
pay All orders will receive our personal and
prompt attention, aud our best judgment ip execut
ing them. BROOM 4c ft OURfiLL
Oct. 15tb t No. 23%3fl>ad.st.
NOTINGS OF INVENTIONS, &c,
A NEW PRINCIPLE. * *
OF EVERY HOUSEKEEPER.
” ‘ I- ; _ .v.. y
The important principle of wasing clothes without
friction has at last been discovered, and is perfectly
exemplified in the great
KNUCLE WASHING MACHINE.
It combines all the requisites of Simplicity, Dura
bility and Economy, different from all others aud in
<he mode of applying it Nothing can surpass it
in rapidicy of execution, and there is nothing ithat
can compare with it, in washing clean without dam
age to the articles entrusted to it It never removes
a button, flattens a hook, or tears the most delicate
fabric or half-worn articles of dress.
It operates so easily that a boy of 10 or 12 years
of age can do large washings. It will prove itself
to be all that it is recommended to he.
The above Machines are now being manufactured at
Greenesboro Ga., by the subscriber, who has the
right to make and sell them in the counties of Mor
gan, Greene and Hancock. He would therefore
take pleasure in announcing to the citizens of the
above counties, that he has employed Mr- S. T.
STONE to canvass those counties with one of the
Machines, who will take great pleasure in showing
it to every body, and if they prefer seeing it in op
eration all they will be required to do is to furnish
him with some hot water and soap, and then their
dirty clothes which he will wash clean and in so
short a time as to astonish every onj who has not
seen it in operation before.
Persons wishing to purchase Machines can give
•him an order or send it directly to me and they will
be forworded immediately with printbd instructions
how to use them.
Oct. 29th, 1857.—45 W. E. WALKER.
Copy of Mr. LOGANS, Certificate.
Greenbsboro’, Ga. Oct 25th. 1857.
Mr. Wm. E. Walker — Dear Sir: —in regard to
the Washing Machine, I would simply say that I
would not be without one for any consideration
which might be presented. It is easy to manage,
it washes without injury to the clothes. On yester
day our washerwoman did from 10 o’clock A. M.
to 1 P. M., what it would have taken hfer the great
er part of two days to accomplish by hand. The
best recommendation you can have is the Machine
itself. Every family that cap rase money will most
certainly buy after seeing it in operation.
Respectfully yours, ROBT. LOGAN.
Greenesboro’, Ga., Oct. 28th, 1857.
Mk. Wm. E. Walker— Dear Sir: —l take pleas
ure in certifying to the value of your Washining
Machine. It is the desideratum long desired; wash
ing clothes clean without wearing or injuring them
and in less than one-fourth of the time occupied in
the usual way. Very Respectfully.
JOHN E. WALKER, M. D.
MILLEDGEViLLE, Oct 15th, 1857.
Mr. Walker— Dear Sir: —l am in receipt of
your letter about the Washing Machine. The Wash
ing Machine I have is no humbug. It saves me
three or four hands labour. But I have to make a
man use it because mine is so large. If it is made
right and handled right it is a fine thing.
Yours aespectfully, E. D. BROWN.
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Describing evegy Genuine Bill in existence, and ex
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It does more than has ever been attempted by man.
Jg@"*lt describes every Bank Note in three differ
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Thus, each may read the same in his own tongue !
Terms : The paper will be about 23 by 42 inch,
and will contain THE MOST PERFACT BANK
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A complete summary of the Finaance of Europe
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gether with all the important
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of ORIENTAL LIFE,
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tinue throughout the whole year, and will prove the
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year. All letters must be addressed to.
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WHITE PLAINS, GREENE COUNTY, GA.
BOARD OF INSTRUCTORS.
James D. Mathews, A. M. Principal,
Vincent T. Sanford, A. M. associate. Principal,
Miss E. A. Whiteman, Instructress in Music, Draw
ing, Painting and Embroidery,
Mrs. D. A. Mathews, Instructress in French and
in Primary department
This Male and Female Institute, under a different
name and organization, has been largely patronized
during a series of years; and now with great improve
ments, it is again commended, with renewed confi
dence to the attention of Parents and Guardians.
For its success the utmost energy and fidelity are
pledged, on the part of the Board of Instructors;
and an active support on the part of the Board of
Trustees, much confidence is felt in being able to
give satisfaction to those who may send their sons
and daughtres here, to receive their education.—
The Spring Term of 1858, will commence on the
third Monday in January. For fall particulars,
BROOM & WORRELL, Augusta, Georgia,
have received a handsome assortment of Stella
Shaws, of all colors and qualities', to which they
would invite attention. April 2
M WILLIS* HOTE L, at the old stand,
is still open for the reception and accommo
doMon of travelers. All who may favor us
th theu patronage shall receive every attention
cessary. A, L. WILLIS, Proprietor.
Greenesborp;’, Ga., Feb. 12,1856. 7
. rpHE exercises of this In
<fyb JL JL atitution will be resumed
‘'MW M on the IDA of January next, un
.JflErlfc Hlßfc der the charge of the subscribers.
The Scholastic year will be di
vided into TWO SESSIONS
OF 100 DAYS EACH. The
P r t ceß of tuition, per year, range
From 16 to 36 Dollars. Hoard
for the year will not exceed S9O,
Our system of teaching is analytical, thorough and
impressive; our moral training unsurpassed and effec
tive ; our village healthy, retired and pleasant; andlast
but not least, society is as good here as anywhere.—
MORGAN H. LOONEY,) Associate
GEORGE G. LOONEY. J Principals.
Fayetteville, Ga. Jan. 7th, 1858. i 4t. ‘
~~ H. WILLIAMS,
ORDERS for BACON, LARD, FLOUR, and all
w kinds of UP-COUNTRY PRODUCE, are respect
fully solicited,and will be promptly filled at the lowest
market prices, for Cash.
Jan. 14, 1858. ’ .... ly.
MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISING—AUGUSTA AND GREENESBORO’.
SURGICAL INFIRMARY FOR NEGROES
THE undersigned would respectfully call the attention of Planters and Slave-owners generally 1
their very complete and extensive Establishment in Augusta, Georgia, for the accommodation of
Negroes requiring Surgical Operations or treatment in Chronic Diseases and
also Female Diseases so common among Negroes. ’ ™
The building is situated corner of Jackson and Fenwick-streets, between the Georgia and the Savannah
Rail Road Depots, and in sight of both. It is, therefore, convenient for the reception of patients from
distance. In its construction, throughout the entire plan, was kept in view the special purpose to which
it is applied; being furnished with everything which can conduce to the comfort of the sick. It
is supplied with Hot and Cold Baths and Shower Baths—and has Water-Closets in each story to avoid
fatigue and exposure to the patients. It is also well Ventilated and lighted with Gas. With the constant
attendance of experienced male and female Nurses, the patient will be saved much of the suffering which
too often is the result of unavoidable neglect in the treatment of negroes in ordinary private practice
Terms—For Board, Lodging and Nursing, per month, $lO. For all necessary Medical attendance
Surgical Operations, <Ske., the same as in ordinary city practice, ’
pEfLetters addressed to us at this place will meet with prompt attention.
H. F. CAMPBELL, Surgeon,
. . K 10KI _ R. CAMPBELL, Attending Physician.
Augusta, February 5,1857. ly g
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
FINE READY-MADE CLOTHING,
Under the United States Hotel, Augusta, Ga.
•T NEWBY * € °* have opened an elegant stock of READY-MADE CLOTHING
• oi Men and Boy’s wear. They respectfully call the attention of all persons in want of good well
made Goods, to their Stock. CALL IN. Oct. 18
D K U G G ISTSAXDAPiri’MEIIUI E S,
—WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN —
* u L e r Medicines, Chemicals, Drugs, Faints, Oils, French and American Window
Glass, Varnishes, Putty, Faint Mills, Gold Foil, Gold Leaf, Sponge, Choice
Brandies and Wines, for Medical Purposes, Fine Shaving and Toilet Soap ,
foreign and Domestic Handkerchief Extracts, and Cologne Water,
Ground Spices, and Flavoring Extracts, Landreth's Garden Seeds,
t>SfS er With , other article UHuall y ke P fc in their line- all of which they offer at WHOLESALE
or KKIAIL, on as liberal terms as can be had at any other estalishment. Jan. 22,1857-4-ly
GEORGE A OATES & BROTHER
PIANO FORTES, BOOKS, MOSIC, &C„
BROAD-STREET, BETWEEN THE UNITED STATES AND GLOBE HOTELS,
RESPECTFUIXY invite the attention of their friends and the public generally; to their large
and well-selected stock of B
From the following celebrated Manufactories, for which they are sold Agents, viz:
Bacon Haven, A. H. Gale (f - Cos., and Hazleton dj* Brothers, New York; and
Hallett, Davis Cos., Boston,
which, for sweetness of tone and durability, cannot be excelled. It is useless to say more in their favor
as they are too well known to need puffing. Piano Fortes of any Maker or style ordered at the lowest
prices. Their assortment of MUSIC is very large. Also, always on hand, a supply of
Jtlelodeons, Guitars , t'iolitts , Flutes , Accordions, tfc.
ALSO, ALL KINDS OF
mt it ms ss it bkt si thu’ hm. wlt ism: t ass 9
suitable for a full Band, besides everything in the Music line. All the new Books and Music received as
soon as published.
at a distance, ordering from us, can depend upon getting a good article, as we make it a
point to keep goods of the best quality, and such as we can recommend, and warrant in every respect.
N. B.—For the satisfaction of persons who may want to order, —not having an opportunity of visiting
the city,—we refer, with pleasure, to the following gentlemen, who have purchased from us, and who
have cheerfully allowed their names to be used. Hundreds could be added, but space will not allow it
Rev. A. Mbans, Pres’t of Emory College, Oxford, Ga., J. L. Reid, Esq., Eatonton, Ga.,
Dr. E. E. Jones, Madison, Ga., W. Gatewood, Esq., Putnam county, Ga.,
Col. N. L. Hutching, Lawrenceville, Ga., Rev. J. H. Echols, Pres’t Madison Female College.
May 12, 1855. ly 19
htraordiiry iwcuKm to cm mb.
15,000 DOLLARS WORTH OF DRY HOODS AND CLOTHING
SELLING OFF AT COST BY
A. L. JOHNSON & CO.
Owing to the hardness of the times, and the scarcity of money, we have concluded to offer our large
and well assorted stock of merchandise at
(until the first of March next) for cash only, and most respectfully solicit our friends to call and ex
amine for themselves.
More especially we call their attention to our very large stock of
Clothing, Boots & S hoes. Hats, Caps, Shirts & Under
Garments, all offering at COST!
to reduce our slock, and realize the money, all who want BARGAINS please call before purchas
mg elsewhere at
A. L. JOHNSON & CO.
One door South of Mrs. Stathams Hotel.
Greenesboro,’ December, 1857. —3m.
TWENTY-FIVE WITNESSES OF PAPER MONEY; OR, THE FORGER CONVICTED!)
THE undersigned proposes to cure Dropsy of
every description. He can bo seen personally
five miles South of Union Point, or addressed by
letter to Union Point, Greene County Ga. The
e dicine can be sent anywhere by Rail Road, with
directions for giving it, or I will attend personally if
requested, and paid for my trouble. I will buy ne
groes afflicted with Dropsy, or cure them, as the
owner may prefer. Satisfactory references given if
desired. MILES G. BROOME.
Union Point, Greene Cos. May 14th, 1857.—t5.
Greenesboro Female College.
THE Board of Trustees take pleasure in an
nouncing that the exercises ol this institution will
be resumed on the FIRST MONDAY’ IN JANUARY ,
Rev. HOMER HENDEE, A. M. President and Pro
Miss MARGARET R. MILLER, first Instructress
in Literary Department.
Mr. CHARLES HJNTZ, first Professor ol Vocal and
Instrumental Music and Teacher of French and Ger
Miss M. L. WRIGHT, first Ihslructresa in \ r oeal and
Instrumental Music and Teacher of Drawing, Painting
We are now in correspondence for the Professorship
of Natural and Experimental Sciences, and intend that
this and all other departments shall be amply supplied.
By order of the Board.
Secretary and Treasurer.
Greenesboro, Ga. Jan. 7, 1858. 4t.
THE subscribers take pleasure in stating to their
old customers and others wishing their Woo
made into the best Plains manufactured in the Um
red States, that we are now receiving and will re
ceive wool, furnish warp, and charge but 16 cents
per yard for manufaeturing (cash,) as that is what
we have to pay for all the material we use.
The Factory is situated 18 miles south of Gpeenes
boro, 12 miles southwest of White Plains, 14 miles
northwest of Sparta,-14 east of Eatonton, on the
Oconee river, in Greene county.
LAWRENCE MANF. 00.
Aug 2, 1856 80
BY the subscriber between the Isth and 20th ult.,
his Pocket-Book, -ontaining about two dollars in
cash, and the following described notes, vizOne
note for S2OB 87, signed by Jos. H. Edmondson,
payable to Jos Ar strong or hearer, dated Jahuary
Ist 1867, and due one day after date; One* note* 11
signed by J. A. Trencnard for $207, (about) paya
ble to same, dated January Ist 1857, and due one
day alter date ; one note for S9O, signed by Lucinda,
Armstrong, payable to same, dated January Ist,
1857, and due one day alter date; one note for fifty
dollars signed by Thomas B. Logue, payable to John
W. Coleman or bearer, date not recollected, (and dafe
Dec., 25th‘ 1857. . <•
All persons are forewarned from trading for any
of these notes, as payment has been stopped. *
December 7th, 1857-4 t JOSEPH ARMSTRONG.