/^hoolf slionW tt nrli ns
haf 0,11 T0 hi.avkiiv.
*; -.1 the Richmond Enquirer
,- r jt e SSVcco 1 " mm**?*
[>»*„. ,1 worthy of <>> c n»cnt.on ...
Li»» ,wr woa id be weft fcr» to*
|pOt ,C ' ‘ , u pon the observation once
U V ion Ronnpartc. that by regu
Ur >*!* . e ^id educate the nation
k‘ fce *T°‘ ti he pleased. Our earliest
'■#} ** n 1 ,u. deepest and moat lasting.
Jt**** ,1. great care sin
| • Youth to be imbued at first
>** tat correct feelings on the vital
pC* Their young and impres-
^ Cl ‘ U 'Sd not be tainted with the
' * 1IBUS . n( abolitionism, for such seed
* fft ncy will assuredly bring forth
r manhood. Nor is it alone
P' :o3i fwe watch our schools with a
,nt ' .„.l keep them free from all anti
th i, is merely a negative safe-
the insidious attacks that are
r'f'uDon our institutions require pod
7 reifor detence. We must not on-
,5I,; ‘ SU uto have schools wich are clear
* e j2> influences and teachings; but
I j»o make it incumbent upon all our
• nf learning to inculcate daily
kfCdiem Bgbt. doctrines, and to teach
that slavery is by no means, (as
1 : f southerners assert) a necessary evil
* w bo abolished ns soon as it can
" be done, but that on tho contra-
I Utir“ir which ought to bo perpet-
which we ought to band down to
Hence it is of paramount
should have tho right kind
""sad teachers. These things ought to
, .tnded to, above ali our children
I ' 0 longer be sent to the North to be
j lit them be brought up at home
FJL southern sentiments, and then we
r rf iv upon it that the rising generation
| ’ n p watchful guardians of our intcr-
. ’ uJ Mlooa defenders of our rights. The
Imw school and college in the South should
IIdat slave society » tho common, nntu-
'biM ami normal state of society. Any
ne short of this contains abolition in the
for if it be not the rightful and natu-
, w nn of society, it cannot last, and we
Lild prepare for its gradual but ultimate
fioou They should also teach that uo
U form of society is, iu the general, right
I .inedieut. There arc exceptional cases,
a desert or mountainous countries,
r tie small patches of fertile land are in-
s:e to support a larger family than hus-
bw „jf ( . W id children—such as Lapland,
^n, Norway, Switzerland, and parts of
E-itch also as New England, and
ro New York and Eastern Pcnnsylva-
. wlicb, though admirably adapted for
-carer, maunfacturcs and fishing, arc little
Cd for farming or grazing. Freemen are
[uiied in the former pursuits—slaves in the
ter. lienee, negro slavery is found to be
j bat form of slavery.
lii.t our ichools should also teach ‘ hat slaves
.ildbeof a different race or nation from
misters; and the' wider tJje distinction
i idler, as in such case tho slave is less apt
[feci degraded, or wish to assert his freedom
To teich such doctrines we must have
lurhera teachers and Southern school books,
i from the school that public opinion pro-
d*. wd the schools should be set right.
IXo teacher should bo employed in a private
lily or public school at the South, who is
l rrsdy to teach these doctrines. Parents,
iwid visitors should look to this tiling.
in Death-Knell «!' Black ltcpaib-
liunum—Me great Democratic Dcuwnstra-
imtlPhiiadetpkia—Fifty Thousand Free-
Jr.ew is Independence Square—a TorcldiglJ
|fVwwi» fire miles in length, and “ Kcep-
if step to the Music of the Union.”
i'he Pennsylvanian of Thursday morning
|: contains a full and admirably prepared
• u of the great democratic demonstration
I Philadelphia, on the preceding day, in bon-
U the anniversary of tho adoption of the
-ral constitution. So far as numbers, uui-
. and the outward manifestations
| sincere and ardent attachment to the Union,
i 'institution, and the time-honored princi-
■ of the democratic party arc concerned, it
r be justly regarded as one of the most sig-
demonstrations ever witnessed in
Iphia or in any other city in the coun
The number present in Independence
we is estimated as high as fifty thousand !
tor,:...glit procession was five miles in
Grand Democratic Hally at MOUNTAIN SPRING
CHURCH, on the line of the Central Railroad about
throe mile* below Griswoldville. on tins Flr .=r Sat-
ritDAV t.w Octodeu next. H< n. A. H. .STEPHEN
iton. ROB Eli 1 J O03IBS and Hon. Vt'.Vt. L VAN-
CEV wtu address the people. They have promised
to be present, and will certainly be there I.et tf.
Ilibb, Baldwin and othe
’>] in the h:
i to hear these
people of Jones, Twig^
neighboring counties, turn out In fo,
distinguished JStaU sinen.
A Pine Banner will ho presented to the largest
delegation. Other distin^dshod Orators will be
present on the occasion. Amplo Accommodations
will be provided lor till who may choose to come.
The Ladies are especially invited to attend.
Come One, Com,-All! Let there be a Grand Rally
of the Democratic Masstsin behalf of BUCHANAN*
AND BRECKINRIDGE, the Constitution and the
L ’* ion - sept 23
Brookline, p e b. 5,1831.
? o Seth I,. Fotelc—ily Dear Sir—Having expo
rienced results of a satisfactory character from the
uso onVtsT.wtsBusAX ofWiloChekrt, in cases
of severe colds, during the past two years. I am in
duced to express the full faith I have iu its renova
I was first induced to try this medicine ns an ex
periment, about two years ago, in connection with
tho strong recommendation of a friend, who was
well nigli gone with consumption, and whoso relief
from the use of it satisfied me of its great value in
eases of colds and decline, and most clearly demon
strating to my mind its great valuo ns a restorative,
that only needs a fair trial to insure a grateful de
monstration from the public.
Your obedient servant,
SAMl’EL A. WALKER. *
None genuine unless signed L BUTTS on the
Nature’s prescription for Fever nnd Ague.
In tlio pharmacopa-ia of nature there are remedies
for all inorganic diseases, but it requires research
and scientific acumen to bring them to light.—
Rhodes’ Fever nnd Ague Cure is an illustration in
point. Previous-to its introduction active poisons
were generally used to combat intermittent and re
mittent fevers, and the remedy was worse than the
disease; but this invaluable product of tho labora
tory, perfected after yeare of study and experiment,
baa annihilated the old and dangerous practice. It
effects a enro with unexampled rapidity nnd with a
completeness that precludes the fear of a relapse
Instead of suppressing symptoms it extirpates the
source of the complaint, and as a preventive is equal
Extract of a letter received from Rev. B. C. Thomas,
Messrs. P. Davis & Sos—Dear SirsTho Karens
hero, have become acquainted with your medicine,
and their demand for it is to me very surprising,
have now by me orders for more than fifty bottles;
I therefore wish you to send me a quantity, and I
wiil pay you through the Treasurer of the Missions
ry Union. There is no medicine which stands so
high in the estimation of the Karens of these prov
inces as your Pain Killer, and I feel willing to grati
fy them, ns I entertain very high opinions of its
Messrs. Perry Davis & Son .-—I find it necessa
ry to address yon again, as my most sanguine ex*
peetations have been more than realized. Tho call
for your valuable medicine is increasing so very
rapidly that I fear I shall soon be unable to keep
pace with it. My object in writing now is to beg
that on receipt of this you will kiudly despatch ano
ther batch as ordered in my letter of Jnne last. I
hope I will not be entirely ont before yonr last ship
ment reaches me, of which, however, I have not yet
heard from you. Yours sincerely,
sept 23-2t J. L. CARRAU, Calcutta.
Grey, Red or Rusty Hair,
Dyed instantly to a beautiful nnd natural Brown
or Black, without the least injnry to Hail or Skin, by
WM. A. BATCHELOR’S HAIR DYE.
Fifteen Medal* and Diplomas have been awarded
to Wm. A. Batchelor since 1839, and over 80,000 ap
plications have been wade to ibe Hair of bis patrons
of his famous Dye. It produces a color not to be
distinguished from nature, and is warranted not to
injure in the least, however longit may be continued
Made, sold or applied (in 9 private rooms) at the
Wig Factory, 233 Broadway, N. Y. - ■ i N J
Sold in all cities and towns of the United States,
by Druggists and Fancy Good Dealers.
|3P* The Genuine has the name and address upon
a steel plate engraving on four side s of each box
WILLIAM A. BATCHELOR,
233 Broadway, New York.
All others are counterfeit.
For sale in Macon by GEO. PAYNE,
His private charne-
cr was witBout stain and without reproach. As a
lender husband, a (levnted father and a constant
friend, bis memory is embalmed in the hearts of
those who knew him best. Truly a good man has
fallen, and many will mourn his los*.
ING sold our Stable interest—we have
tired without a plenty. Therefore it becomes
necessary, that what is due us should be paid. We
are disposed to try 'Moral Suasion” for a while, if
that will not do, we will try somo other suasion. We
Will try to pay what we owe when presented.
MASON & DIBBLE.
N. Is. Wo can be found at the Washington Hall
Macon, Sept. 20,1856. sept 23 2m
City papers copy 2 months.
WHOLESALE * RETAIL.
At the Old Standof E. B. Weed, nextto Lanier House,
Invites the Attention of
MERC HASS, PLASrERS SMITHS
To his large and complete assortment of IRON, &c.
Swedes Iron, ail size, Ploir8teeL 6 to 12J,
Refined Iron, flat, round Cast A German Steel,
Spring A Blister Steel,
Nails mid Spikes,
Block Tin and Lead,
Anvils nnd Vises,
Cauldron Kettles, .
English Iron, all sizes,
Horse Shoe Iron,
Hoop and Band Iron,
Oval and } Oval Iron,
Sheet and Boiler Iron,
Circular Saws 48]
All of which are offered for sale at the lowest
market rates. sept 23
LANDS IN THOMAS
I WILL sell a Plantation lying la the fourteenth
district of Thomas county, containing between
eight and nine hundred acres—two hundred and fifty
of which is in cultivation. This place is convenient
to Thoinasville, and is as good land as tliero is in tho
county. Persons wishing to examine this place in
my absence will please call on Wm. McLendon, Esq.
sept 23-2m P. E. LOVE.
HOUSTON COUNTY LANDS
W ILL be sold on the first Tuesday in December
next, before the court house door in the town
of Perry, Houston county, within the legal hours of
sale, the following lots of Laud, to-wit:
Lot No. 191, in the 11th district ot Houston coun-
NEW CLOTHING STORE,
Cotton Avenue, One Door above W. W. PARKER’S,
A. M. Blackshear & co.j
I NX ITE tho attention of their friends and the pub
lic to their STOCK OF CLOTHING just receiv
ed, all of which is eutireiy New, manufactured ex
pressly for their business, under the inspection of
A. M. Blackshear. with vvhn.-e experience in the
Clothing Business (for several years with J. L. Jones
A Co.) together with superior advantages for manu
facturing enable them to furnish Clothing in every
way adapted to the_ Macon market. It is their in
tention to keep their assortment at nil times com
plete, in everything pertaining to the Clothing Busi
5 |i.ntc.t Style, and Bent Mnnufocls-rc.
They solicit examination of their goods and will
endeavor to make it to the advantage of all who may
favor them with their patronage. Their stock com
prises in part, the following:
jSartcuts, Raglans, Talmas anu Plain Over-Sacks
of Cloth, Csssimere, Beaver, Mohair, Ac.; Black
Cloth Dreis Frocks, Black and Colored Cloths, Sin
gle Breasted Frocks; Business Coats, large variety.
Hunting Coats, Ac.; Black Doeskin and Fancy Cas-
6 ' 1 ?.5 re c .,, nn * 3: . 5*®! 1 ' civet, Cashmere, Bl'k an< l I ty, containing 2021 acres ; the North half of lot No.
„ J S-lk and ami various other styles of I lot, in the Uth district of flous.’on. county, contain
i. ' ^°|; ars; Merino Shirts' and Drawers; ; n j. ioo acres. This Plantation contains :i021 acres
i !r?,L -rll U m *. iTf v5, I strong Lime, Oak Laud, lying on tho Road leading
avelers Rest, 12 miles Weit of Per-
I creek; this place hits 150 acres of
It, and it is in the highest state of
cultivation; there is 73 acres of fresli Land that will
average 1100 to 1300 lbs. of Cotton to tliu acre
fences in good repair; with a good dwelling house
with 8 rooms, corn house and good framed stables
j with somo outhouses ; theroisasDieudid pencil and
plumb orchard on tho place, and is well watered,
having Hog Crawl creek miming through the Plan
tation ; it waters every field with an everlasting
stream of running water ; there is also running wa
ter in the horse lot. This is the best Plantation to
tbe number of acres on Hog Crawl creek, Houston
county; dont take my word for it, but comenud look
for yourself—I will tako great pleasure in showing
the lands to any person. If you want to mnko Cot
ton come and buy, you never will regret your pur
Also, at the same time and place, will be sold lot
No. 288, in the 14th district of Houston county, con-
I taining 202) acres, and tho South-west comer of Jot
No. 223, in the 14th district of Houston county, con
taining 50 acres. This 50 acres lies joining the Ma
con county plantation, 25 acres cleared and fresh,
under good fence and in the best state of cultiva-
1 lion. No. 288 is Rich Pine Land being half mile
South of the Macon county place, with 73 acres
cleared land and in a high state of cultivation, under
I good fence, A. Sold under an order of the Ordina
ry of Macon county, ns the property of Elbert Wads
I worth, deceased. Sold for the purpose of distribu
tion among the heirs entitled to the same.
JESSE D. W. WADSWORTH.
Adm’r. of Elbert Wadsworth, deceased.
A. M. B. A Co.
SILKS & SILK ROBES
Carefully selected, within a few days, from tbe
Very latest European Importations.
aro particularly invited to call and examine ou 1
FALL &. WINTER STOCK.
We have now some REMARKABLY BEAUTIFUL
Which we are happy at all times to exhibit
IV. W. PARKER A CO.
T HE subscriber keeps constantly on hand a large
nnd completo assortment of Carriage Materi
als, which for variety, stylo and price cannot be sur
passed in any city.
Axles, all sizes. Collar A enam’d Leather.
Oval nnd side Springs, Enam d Cloth, all colors,
French end Springs Lining Nails witbJapan'd,
Oak nnd hiekory Spokes. Brass, Silver and Ivory
Buggy Bodys A Seats,
Dash Frames A Props,
Dash Rail A Moulding,
Plated Arm Rests,
Wheels in sets,
Apron Hooks aud Rings, Hub'Shaves. Ac,
Patent dash Leather,
sept 23 NATHAN WEED, Macon. Ga.
Carriage and Fire Bolts,
Brass and Silver Bands,
Oil Cloth A Carpeting,
Wrought Nnts A Washers,
Tire Iron, all sizes.
Oval and j Oval Iron,
('imp and other Tacks,
N EATLY paimed in every variety of stvle. Plain
and Fancy House PAINTING, GRAINING,
MARBLING, PAPER HANGING. Ac In price or
quality of work, lam prepared to compete with any
ono. Fresh specimens of work to be seen at Paint
Shop under Little's Drug Store.
All orders trom the country punctually attended
to. HENRY LOVI.
v ainaii says :
Iced, a proud and riori-
: ar city.
' r in them
iti* spirit mi
long be tiiL'iiuilrablein the an-
A- a whole, it was infinitely
ubers who participated in it
lii’ested, to any popular po-
"ii owe witnessed in Phila-
*- i - from all portions of the
[Jitry pour, i into the city by thousands, nnd
« u early hour until late at night its
-U exhibited untutal bustle and activity.
V‘ delegations were present from New
Maryland’ Delaware, New Jersey, and
IY* eastern counties of Pennsylvania.
[•R to early hour iu the afternoon a dense
[ ‘of people had assembled in Independence
'i-arr, ana eloquent speaking uninterrupted-
, continued an *tl a late hourat night. Mean*
U* '. u evening, an immense torch-light
Mttuion, miles in extent, with innumerable
JS-riand transparencies, bands of music,
' ( *'lf*W the streets, and everywhere ex-
weeting, indeed, was the glorious spccta-
f - An immense army of freemen, majestic
L tnT, noible, firmlyresolving to march under
1° toeonsecrated aud revolutionary- banner*
, P .tfatatain inviolate the constitution and
■ nion, nnd beat back to their lairs the foes
•faction* leagued aguiust us.
•Another instance of Tape Worm Cured by
last's Celebrated Vermifuge, pre-
'-’’•<7 Fleming Bros.
rj. „. N *' v York, October 15,1838.
•T-Riu is to certify that I was troubled with a
than sue months. I tried »11 tho
•• readies for this dreadful affliction, hut with-
S »ble to destroy It. I got ono of Dr. M’-
r ' ’ " : in * CJ , which contained notices of sever-
fnrtl *h*t had been performed by his
4 ennifuge, prepared by Fleming Bros.
Lu Jr. ,0 ‘ry >t: and immediately purchased a
, ' ;r | 1 tepk according to directions ; and
y --a.-, I discharged one largo tape worm,
more than » y lr d, borides a number of
rfs ' MRS. M. SCOTT,
No."?0 Cannon Street
Lavu^II* 501 * CMrttnX to auk for DR.
<tw*A S v ELEi,RATEU VERMIFUGE, manc-
Utlbtr !. BROS of Pittsburgh, Pa.
y , 'innifogesin comparison are worthless,
y. ® * Rouu me Vermifuge, also his celobrat-
now be had at all respectable
hone genuine without the signaluic of
E. L. STROHECKKR A CO., FITZ-
ffi'KWTJNoUAM. J.H. a W S. EL-
JJeKMWEPAVNE, Druggists. Macon, and
e agent in every Southern town. 
i, fur Fills, the most powerful Rente- I
L’i affecting the int^tine.-.-Thes,
" mJo* 1 * 1 ’®** without hesitation hi
»><• "no of the meet t
■ * i r?? UM!eknown » ‘hey act a° <R
- ^ 1 that it U Impo&si bio an
°ntachor bowels can re*I^t their 8<
" ,<y ,hormu ' hIy j" 133 1,1
hi.. ^ removing all trace*i
alsilt '- UUf k»b!o fact, that these PHI
■restore the patient to health even
1 "'■ -J lias been used unsuc
Dailey’s Magical Pain Extractor.
There never has been a discovery mado in Mate
ria Medica, whereby pain can be so quickly allayed
and where parts in a high stato of inllamination can
be so rapidly reduced to their natural state, nor
where wounds and sores can be so thoroughly nnd
rapidly healed, nnd decayed parts restored without
either scar or defect, than with Dai.let's Magicat.
In Cuts, Wounds, Sprains and Bruises—casualties
to which children are constantly subject—the action
of the genuine Dalikt’s Pain Extractor, is ever
tiie same 1 How much Pain and Suffering may not
thus be prevented ! Moreover, Life itself is often de
pendent upon Laving at hand the Genuine Dailey
Extractor, and for particulars of which I respect
fully refer to my printed pamphlets, for tbe troth of
which I hold myself responsible.
No case of Burns nnd Scald, no matter how severe,
has ever yet, in any ono instance, resisted tbe all-
powerful. pnin-subuuing and healing qualities of the
Dailey's Pain Extractor.
No Pain Extractor is Genuine unless tho box has
upon it a Steel Plate Engroved Label with the sig
natures of C. V- CLICKENER A CO., proprietors
and HENRY DALLEY, manufacturer. Price 23
cents per box.
&T All orders should be addressed to C. V. Cli tk-
ener A Co.. 81 Barclay street, New York.
For salo by all Druggists and Medicino Dealers
throngbont tho Unitea States.
Tn this city, on the 9th inst.. of Billions Cholic
Mr. ALEXANDER -McGREGOR. aged about GG
years. He was among the earliest settlers of this
city, and erected tho first framed building west of
tho Oemnigee, nnd the first bridge over that river.
Through life, was one of the best, and most industri-
mechanic* of the city.
At tiie residence of her Father, Mr. Jam** L. Hart,
in Leon county. Flu., on tiie28th inst^Mrs. SARAH
A„ wife of C. Everette Johnson, in the-2«h year of
her ago. Surrounded as was the subject of this no
tice by all that makes life attractive, enshrined m
the nlfections of loving hearts, and the idol of tho
family circle—at a time, too, when existence wore a
new charm, and the golden portals oflife were open
wide before her—came tho noiseless messenger.—
Stricken in the bloom of youth, leaving parents, hus
band nnd brothers to mourn tho loss ot her they lov
ed so well. To those afflicted parents wo tender the
sympathies of our community. • Tiie attainments,
aiui.ihle disposition and high moral endowments of
tli© (Iccciisf'il Iirv© endwiredher to nil Tfboknew^lier.
With nn intellect highly cultivated, » disposition
nihl and affectionate nnd nil tho graces a finished
(location confers, how could it bo otherwise than
that she should be dearly loved amt deeply lament
ed. Her distinguishing cliaractcristic wus moral pu-
ritv. However we might be struck with her powers
ij varied acquirements, wo wore still more im
pressed with the stainless purity of her moral senti
ments. Sho was kind in every feeling, generous m
ry impulse. But in tho domestic circle bar mlln-
o was most deepiv felt. Society nnd friends, will
mourn ‘their loss, but there is a gloomier vacancy
at the fireside ofa home once lighted by her smile.
In tiit‘ tender relation* of the family shb was all that
a husband or brother could desire, ora parent love.
It was her study to relieve every care and lighten ov-
ry burden that might darken them pathway to tho
grave. How weUslH succeeded in this beautiful
part their past lovo and present grief wiUnmp'ytcs-
tifv. They leaned upon her as the gentlo and pliant
luvof their declining years, and amid the d.-sola
tion that now lies around them there will be much of
consolation in the remembrance of her .unwearied
care to smooth tho downhill oflife to their tottering
steps. But in her Christian « »f rer consolation
r the full assurance ot
d when summoned to
, w.omi " She
!o the city” without ci
rulii had lit up the
a n its lonely lengths
a of » well spent life g«
tho reward of the righteous,
■walk in white because of
passed "through the gates
uso of fear. The lamp of
dark valley.” aud she heard
tiie footfalls of her accom-
. ^ace to her ashes, for
■d a gentlo life, lest sho should break
o of friendship or some chord of love,
nd the cneri.-fo I rights of others dear,
e entwined htnolf around the heart*
ined the highest friendship of tho good
].|i|p nrhich illumed .ho path of Ido
„ IdodV, n the pathway to the grave.
Her virtue* won her all of private lov
Her kindness all of public praise.
hud in Galveston, Texas, on the 2d inst.. Col M.
B..Mi:NAKD-a pioneer of Texas and theMourn er
, f (l ilveston City. He was well and favorably
km'wn l,y many in tins community. an;l m his own
State no i.ian was more highly esteemed lu ud t i -
and a skillful finaneeer who < ‘ 0T f J
the interest* v> hi* countrymen, lus deeds are ro
A I 'r i-
A S I am quitting this branch of business, I am
now selling Paper 12 yards in a roll and 21 in
ches wide, at the same price as others ask for the
same quality of .paper, 9 yards long and 18 inches
wide, being some 30 per cent below market rates,
considering the difference in size of rolls-
sept 53 HENRY LOVI.
WOOD LOT FOR SALE,
C ONTAINING 101 j acres, bciug one-half of a full
Lot Wood Land, owned jointly by Judge T. G.
Holt, and A. J. A D. W. Orr. Appiv to
September, 23rd, 1856. ct
MACON COUNTY LANDS.
W ILL be sold on the first Tuesday in November
next, before the coart house door in tho town
of Oglethorpe, Macon county, within tho legal hours
of sale, the following tracts and lots of land to-wit;
Lot No. 16, iu the 15th district of originally Hous
ton now Macou county, containing 202j acres, and
the South part of lot No. 27, in tho 15th district of
originally Houston now Macon county, containing
110 acres. This Plantation contains 312} acres of
strong Oak Lands, lying 8 miles East of Montezuma,
on Ilorseheail creek; there is 2G0 acres of cleared
land on the placo and in a high state of cultivation,
and well watered, every field ia well watered by
Horsehend creek ; the creek runs centrally through
the Plantation; fences in good repair, Ac. There
is a tolerable good dwelling house on the place, wjtb
7 negro houses, good gin house and screw, with
plenty of corn cribs and stables, end all necessary
out b'uildings that are necessary on a farm; with
good peach and plumb orchards, and the best well of
Water in Macon county. . Sold under an order of the
Ordinary of Macon county, as the property of El
bert Wadsworth, deceased. Sold for tho purpose of
distribution among the several heirs entitled to the
same. JESSE D. W. WADSWORTH,
Adm’r of Elbert Wadsworth, deceased.
GREENE 8o PULASKI
GREGORY A MAURY,Manaoirs.
Class No. 229—To be drawn in Savannah, Wednes
(lav, Sept 24th. 1856. i prize of 88,060—1 prize
of 84.000. Ac. 1 lekels 82.80, shares in proportion
Class No. 230—To be drawn Thursday, Sept-25.1856
I prize of 8 500—1 prizes of H,000, Ac.—Tickets
8f2, shores in proportion.
Cla>- No. 831 —To be drawn Friday, September 2Cth,
l~5o. 1 prize Of -511,104—5prizes of $2,000, Ac.
Tickets *2 50,shares in proportion.
Class No. 832—To he drawn Saturday, Sept. 27th
1 prize of 55,000—1 prizes of 51,000, Ac. Ticket:
$1, shares in proportion.
Extra Class No. li—To bo drawn Saturday. Sept
27.1856—1 prize of 867,097—2 do. 830,000—Ticket:
820, shares in proportion.
Claes No. 933—To be drawn Monday, Sept. 29. 1856
1 prize of 812,072—2 prizes of 52,000, Ac. Tickets
52 50, shares in proportion.
Cla.-s No. 234—To be drawn Tuesday,_Scpt. 30th,
1836—1 prize of 54,094—4 prizes ol 8750, Ac.—
Tickets 81, shares in proportion.
For sale at Shiver.-.' Lucky Ofiicc, Floyd House
Buildings. WM. SHIVERS, Jr., Agt.
Orders from tho country promptly attended to
aud drawings forwarded by mail.
Drawn numbers, Greene 4’ Pulaski Lottery:
Class No. 221—7, 1, 40, 5, 45, 43, 64, 49, 41, 35, 11,
222— 28, 58, 3, 39, GO, 7, 47, 51, 76, 9, 4, 33,
223— 70,1, 26, 54, 52, 53, 27, 40, 45, 02, 29,
204—78, 77, 51, 53, 6, 50, 38, 14,19, G3, 20,
52. 56. sept 23
♦Jttorgia—CTaivtoid Count) ,
W HEREAS, Jacob Lowe, Administrator on tbe
estate of Allen Marshal, deceased, applies to
me for Letters of Dismission from said Administra
These are, therefore, to cite and admonish all and
singular those interested, to be and appear at my of
fice within the time pesoribed by law, to show cause,
if any tlioy have, why said letters should not be
Given under iny hand at office, this 16th day of
September, 1856. " JAMES J. RAY, Ord.
PLANTATION FOR SALE.
T IIE well known PLANTATION belonging to the
estate of G. H. Jordan, deceased, situated in
Twiggs county on the Ocmuigeo river, twenty-eight
DRUGGIST AND STATE LICENSED APOTHECARY.
Wholesale and Retail Deed - in none but Getir
wine and reliable Medicines; Prescrip
tions compounded icith care, and every article
warranted as genuine and pure. The few ar
ticles mentioned below compose a portion of my
Opposite Washington Halt, Macon, Ga., April 24/.'
Qflfl GALLONS best Burning Fluid,
gJUU 200 gallons Sperm and Train Oil
200 gallons Linseed and Castor Oil
30 boxes best Oswego Starch and best Corn Starch
300 lbs. Sulphuric, Nitric and Muriatic Acid
1 gross Preston A Merrill* best Yeast Powders
100 ounces Sulphate aud Valerianate of Quinine
20 ounces Sulphate, Acetate,* Muriate ai:.d \ aleri-
300 gallons pure Alcohol
100 lbs. Spirits of Hartshorn
200 Sweeoish Leeches
2 doz. Mechanical Leeches
1000 Artificial Teeth
dozen Conundrum Wheels and Files
100 gallons Copal and Japan Varnish
100 gallons spirits Turpentine
100 lbs. Medicinal Extracts
20oibs. Super Carkounic Simla and Sal Seda
100 lbs Cream of Tartar and 20 lbs. Saits of Tartar
20 lbs Blue mass, 20 lbs. Quicksilver, 20 Ibs.Calomel
15lbs. Chloroform, 2 gross Seidlitz Powders
1 gross fresh Congress Water, 500 lbs. Brimstone,
2001 bs. Blue Stone
20 lbs. Sulphuric Ether,
10 lbs. Donovans Solution
5 ounces Bebeerine, 20 ounces Tannin
5 ounces Sactucarium, Instruments, in great vari
ety, Chemicals, Dye Woods, Drugs, Perfume
ry, Pomades, Essential Oils Extracts, Soaps,
Garden Meeds, in great variety, in fact, every
thing that should be found in a real Drug and Chem
ical Store, apl 24
DAY & MAUSSENET,
W OULD call attention of their friends
aud the public to their new stock of
GOODM justreceived,consisting of IVa/ih dik,
es of every description to suit all customers, and
Chains, Seals nnd Keys to match. A fine assort-
ntentoi'JE WEI.KV, Hreast Fills, and Ear King:
iu sets orsingle; Finger Rings of all kinds and pri
ces; Gold Specks, Bracelets, Necklaces, Crosses and
Lockets. Also, a fine assortment of 8IM KR
. WAKE, consisting of Forks. Sprains,Napkin Kin
miles below Macon, four miles below Tarversville, Butter Knives, Salt, Mustard and Sugar Spoons,
and two miles from Buzzard Roost landing on the I Pitchers, aud a largo assortment of Cups, ranging in
Ocmuigeo. It contains fourteen hundred and fif
teen acres, about eight hundred cleared and in culti
vation. It is one of the best Plantations for Corn and
Cotton in the State as the growing crops will attest,
and has unsurpassed advantages for raising Stock.
Corn, Fodder, Cotton, Stock, Plantation Tools, Ac.,
will be sold if desired witii the place.
Mr. Hicksen Lee, on the premises, will show it to
persons wishing to purchase.
Possession given on the first of January next.
Terms—One-third cash, on delivery, balance one
and two years, with interest for approved paper.—
Apply to JAMES GARDNER, Ex’or.
Augusta, July 26, 1856. sept 9
price from eight to forty dollars. The above articles
will lie neatly engraved without extra charge.
I*I,.4TKD WAKE, viz Castor.-, Tea Sets,
Cups, Forks aud Spoons, and their usual stock of
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, all of the above
will be sold low for CASH, as our motto is "a nim
ble sixpence is worth two dull shillings.”
Particularattention paid to WATCH and JEW
ELRY REPAIRING. Being experienced workmen,
and paying particular attention to that branchthetn-
selves, they hope to give good satisfaction,
oct 16 - DAY ic MAUSSENET.
A Valuable Plantation, Mills and
NEGROES FOR SALE.
T HE subscriber offers for sale bis Plantation, ly
ing on both sides of Flint River, in Macon and
Dooly counties, containing nearly 4,000 acres of land,
several hundred of which are superior ltiver Bot
toms. There are between 8 and 900 acres (including
123 acres of valuable River Bottoms,) in cultivation;
more than two-thirds of which have been cleared
within the last six years, and is now in a condition to
yield heavy crops.
The improvements consist of a large, commodious,
new dwelling house, framed negro honses with brick
chimneys, situated upon a high, dry ridge, remote
from the miasma of tho River swamp. A Grist and
Baw Mill in operation; both put up in good style,
and have a fair run of custom, which might be great
Iy increased, with a little exertion.
Taking the size of the Plantation—its conveni
eucies— running water in every field—facility of rais
ing stock of all kinds—its proximity to market, the
Montezuma depot on the Southwestern Railroad be
FITZGEBALD dc NOTTINGHAM,
WHOLESALE ASD RETAIL DEALERS IK
Chemicals, rar Djc Stuffs,
Perfumery, /» Fancy Articles,
Surgical Instruments, Garden Seeds,
E. FITZGERALD, M. D. C. B. NOTTINGHAM, M. D.
DOV 13 ly
GRIER Sf MASTERSON.
HAVING purchased the r fV
Extensive and Central Jjt*
LIVERY STABLES, L.1/
DRUGS, MEDICINES, PAINT, 01 L,&c
1 $56. MACON DRUG STORE 1836.
SPRING AND SUMMER TRADE.
T HE Proprietor in rendering thanks for the liber
al patronage bestowed, would assure his friend*
that no exertion shall be wanting to merit tiie con
tinuance ofiheir favors. His connection with di
IMPORTERS AND MANUFACTURERS.
is such, that ho is enabled to furnish RELIABLE
-irtii les as low as any dealer South. My Chemicals
arc invariably purchased from Manufacturers di
rect, thus enabling me to warrant them from from
I am now receiving aud opening a full and select
Krugs, Perfumery, Glaaa,
Chemicals, Paint* and Cater*,
Medicines, Dye Stuff*,
Ftiucy A Toilet Articles,
Pniut nnd Ynrnish Rrushe*,
together with the best assortment of INSTRU
MENTS ever offered in this market. Planters. Phy
sicians, and Merchants will consult their interest by
examining my stock before purchasing.
E. L. STKOHECKER,
mart Opposite Redding House, Macon, Ga.
GAJKDEN SEED! GARDE! SEED!!
r A AAA PAPERS of Garden, warranted growth
OUjUUU of last year (1855), jast received. Or
ders from the trade will be supplied at liberal prices,
for cash. E. L. STROHECKKR.
Fiuvoiiug Extracts lor Pies, Jel»
EXTRACTS of Peach, Extracts of Almonds,
V Vanilla, “ Strawberry,
“ Pineapple, “ Rose,
“ Lemon, “ Orange,
“ Nutmegs, “ Cellery,
For sale at tbe Macon Drug Store.
npi 29 E. L. STROHECKER.
Pure Senna Figs.
V MOST palatable and certain remedy for Consti
pation and Habitual Costiveness, Ac., just
opened at E. L. STROHECKER’S.
DiiUTiHca, Dysentery imrt Summer
rpHE following remedies always on band at the
Macon Drug Store.-
Bernard's Diarrhtea -Medicine
Bryant's Cholera Medicine,
Georgia “ “
apl 29 E. L. STROHECKER.
on A OUNCES direct from Manufacturer, for
OUU sale at the lowest prices at the Macon Drug
Store. E. L. STROHECKER.
T HE subscribers still continue to furnish their
customers with the delightful Teas that have
given such universal satisfaction.
mar4 E. L. STROHECKER & CO.
A SUPERIOR article for Table use, just received
by E. L. STROHECKER.
S UPERIOR 1st sorts, always onhaniL
E. L. STROHECKER.
PERFECT set for sale by
E. L. STROHECKER.
Balm of :i Thousand Flowers.
A FRESH supply just received at the Macon
Drug Store. E. L. STROHECKER.
Long occupied by MASON tc DIBBLE, Corner of
Mulberry and Third sts. Macon, with all the stock
, . aud equipments of the concern, aro now prepared to
iug within a mile of tb© Gin ilouse—its hcaltii t as I accominodat© the public in the various branches of
their business, on the most reasonable terms,
For Cash ouly,
UP* Carriages and other Vehicles always on hand
for hire, with good horses and careful drivers. Also
Saddle Horses, for the uso of Ladies and Gentlemen
MAMMOTH SCHEME !!
MONEY! MONEY! MONEY!
"IT THY be without Money ? when it ia jnst as easy
V V for any one to be around with a pocket full
as not, if they only think so. I have got a new arti
cle, from which from five to twenty dollar* a day can
be made, either by male or female. It is highly re
spectable business, and an article which is wanted I
in every family in tbe United States. Enclose me
two dollars bv mail, at my risk, and I will forward
by return mall a Circular, with full instructions in
tho art. The business is very easy. Try it, if you
are out of employment, and yon will never regret it;
fur it will be better for you to pay the above snm,
and insure a good business, than to pay twenty-five
cents fur a spurious advertisement. This is no bum-
bag. Try it ! Try it! Try it! Address your let
DWIGHT MONROE, New York,
sept 23 3m
CAPITAL PRIZE $50,000!
[ACTUOKIZKD Itv THK STATE OF ALAUA3IA.]
3®ilitnnj Slrntanj totfmj!
Class H—To be drawn in tbe City of Montgomery,
Alabama, in public, on F RIDAY,
October 10,1856, on tho
PVAX OP SINGLE NUMBERS !
Employment for 1,000 Persons.
W ANTED. IMMEDIATELY, AGENTS In eve
ry county of the United States to engage in
the sale of the best book ever sold by subscription,
entitled “CHAIN* OF SACKED WONDERS; or,
A Connected View of Scripture Scenes and Inci
dents from the Creation to the end of the last Epoch;
by the Rev. S. A. Lalta, A. 31. M. D.” Containing
700 large octavo pages. Subscription Price in Mus
lin 62.50—Morocco 83.25. In this work aro present
ed tbe most sublime and imposing scenes of the Bi
ble, furnishing a connected view of the most thril
ling Sacred Wonders of the World. A sample copy
will bo mailed, (post paid) on receipt of retail prices.
A cirenlur, with contents and Terms to Agents will
bo forwarded by addressing D. BULISON, 32 South
Third Street, Philadelphia.
N. B.—Persons sending me their address, I will
mail, post paid, a full descriptive catalogue of my
books, ana with instructions to operate that will en
able them to make from 830 to 8100 per month.
The list comprises over 100 New and Popular Book*
among which will bo found somo of the best selling
subscription Books in America. Address a* above,
SAMUEL SWAN, Manager;
30,000 TICKETS ONLY!!
Prizes Amounting to
Will be distributed according to tbe following
UNRIVALLED SCIIE.3IE ! !
1 Prize of 830,000 is 850,000
the Doctors bills will show for tho last six years-
productiveness, Ac., Ac.—all make it questionable
whether any Plantation in South Western Georgia
oilers greater inducements to persons wishin,
With or without tho Plantation will be sold 72
likely slaves, most of them young, and amongst them
a good Carpenter, a Plantation Blacksmith and good
Cooks—stock of all kinds, wagons, carts, farming
utensils—corn, fodder, wheat, oats, rye, Ac.
Having fully mado up his mind to discontinue J
Banting, persons wishing to embark in this kind of I the exercises of his School will be resumed on the
ntsiness, would do well to give this Plantation a first Monday in September. Terms—Fifty dollars a
thorough examination, as the subscriber will sell it year—one half in advance at the beginning of each
much lower than tho same quality of lands are sell | term. july29-toctl
ing at in the neighborhood ; and upon terms which
can but prove satisfactory to tbe purchaser. For
further information address tho undersigned at Mon
tezuma, Ga. JAMES W. ARMSTRONG.
P. S. The Plantation could be easily divided, an
would be, to suit purchasers. J. W. A.
B UI. POLHILL respectfully informs his for-
* mer patrons and the citizens of Macon, that
Granger's Patent Corn aud Cobb
AND MEAL MILL.
CHALLENGE TO THE WORLD!
T HE Proprietors of the Mill, for Georgia, Ala
bama and Florida, hereby notify all concerned,
that, as the above Challenge lias been published for
TF yon want a beautiful ornament for yonr Parlor I Four Months, without acceptance from any quarter,
I ’ *-v • t> i it ;f» n. .11 I tli a an m n ia nnw tritliilrunm sio tn itiniir tiirt.’54*r PY.
JL or Drawing Room, and one that will tell of you
long after you have passed from these low grounds
of sorrow, go at once to
Pugh’s Anibrotypc Gallery,
And secure one of his large size everlasting pictures,
and have it pat in one of those nice Gilt FrameB or
splendid Union Cases that lie hnsjust received.
Pugh’s Pictures arc acknowledged by all who
have examined them to bo unsurpassed for beanty
and excellence, oil who get one of him are sure to
come when they want another.
Instructions given in tbe Art. sept 16
the same is now withdrawn, as to incur turtaer ex
penso of advertising seems useless.
This Mill will, however, at all times, be prepared
to meet, on any equal terms, its competitors from
whatever quarter coining. sept 9 3t
8400 approx to S50.000 prize are $1,600
300 “ 20,000 “ are 1,200
1,000 prizes amounting to-. .........8200,000
Ticket* $IO—Halve* $3—Quarter* S3 30
ty The Alabama and Georgia Lotteries, as chan
nets for investment, present inducements over any
known scheme. The experience the public have
had of the management of these Lotteries, the large
Administrator’s Sale. I amount of Prizes sold, tiie promptness witii which
N pursuance of an order of tho Honorable the they have been paid, are the best guarantees that
Court of Ordinary of Worth county, will bo sold they will always be conducted in tho most honorable
the first Tuesday in December next, before the manner.
court house door in the town of Isabella. Worth | PLAN OF THE LOTTERY,
county, one half oflots ofLandnumber90,91 and 40
and one hundred ami sixty five acres of lot No. 39,
nnd fractional lots 92, 93 and 94, containing in all
1325} acres—it being tho undivided iuterest of An
drew J . Shine, late of said county deceased. All in | p Cr jntendence of two sworn Commissioners,
tho ljjth district of orginally Dooly now \\ ortli coun- 'pj ie Numbers from 1 to 30,000, corresponding with
Terms made known on the day ot sale. I *i x- i ..«c.(r.c^. ..2 . „
SAMUEL P. JONES. Admr-
SARAH V. SHINE,Adm’x.
There aro 30,000 Tickets numbered from 1 to 30,-
OOO. There aro 380 full Prizes and 620 Approxima
tions—making in nil 1000 Prizes. rI
Tiie drawing takes place iu public, under the su-
Kcrscys, Osnaburgs, Shirting:, and
m BALES Kerseys all kinds.
20 Bales Osnaburgs.
7 do Shirting.
5 do Janes.
HARDEMAN A GRIFFIN.
Bed aud Negro Blankets.
1 aa PAIR Extra Bed Blankets.
1UU 300 Pair Negro do
20 Dozen Negro Wool Hats,
sept 16 " HARDEMAN A GRIFFIN.
LAND FOR SALE.
I N Pulaski county, on tbe Oc.mulgce river, 3 miles
South of Hatrkiusrille. Fiv* Hu.vdrf.d Acres,
of which 300are Under culti vation—the River bounds
the West side with a bold bluff. There are not more
than 50 acres of swamp on the River, abouuding in
valhable Cypress and Oak timber.
Tho Plantation is under a good fence nnd watered
by two never failing streams running through it.—
There is Dwelling House, negro and other out houses
(all frame), under good repair, a new gin house and
screw, and wells of pure water.
Also, One Thousand Acres in Clinch county.—
Prices moderate and terms liberal. The owner con
templates removing to Texas in January.
Also, Lands iu Cherokee.
Enquire of J. W. Caruthers on the Plantation, or
t ninipv n a htuv
J. HENRY OAKLEY*
T HE Eighteenth Annual Course of Lectures in
this Institution, will commence on the first
Monday in November next, and close on the first
day of March following. Having received two en
dowments from tho Stato of Georgia, it is iu pos-
Storc to Kent.
T HE Brick Store on Cherry Street next to B. A.
Wise. Apply to N. WEED,
Bryant’s Cholera Remedy.
P REPARED from the original receipt by
Da. E L. STROHECKER.
Planters and Travellers should possess a bottle of
this admirable remedy. A liberal discount made
to .Merchants and Druggists. For sale by
apl 8 E. L. STROHECKER.
J BARNES has removed his BinUery to No. 10
• Cotton Arenne, over J. J. A S. P. Richard’s
Bookstore, where he is prepared to manufacture to
order JSlnnk Account Book* of every descrip
tion from the best Linen paper.
Periodicals, Law and Music Books bound in the
most approved manner. apl 1-tf
rriHE undersigned is prepared to manufacture all
X kinds of
RECORD AND ACCOUNT BOOKS
of the best material and in tbe most approved style.
To attend to all orders for
in getting up Bill Heads, Checks, Notes, Ac., Ac.—>
He will have ready in a few days a
Portable Lawyer’* Docket Book,
which the Profession will find of great service in
methodizing their cases.
Magazines, .Music, and all other works bound in
cheap and substantial bindings.
DAVID ROSS, Book-binder,
Cor. Third and Cherry Streets, over Geo. T. Rogers
A Son, Macon, Ga. apl 29
LiMBEK WAN l ED.
T HE subscriber will furnish the whole of the ma
chinery, (either new or second hand) fora first-
rate Steam Saw 3Iill, aud take Lumber in payment
for same. None need apply who will not give un
doubted security for the faithful performance of their
part of the contract. ROBERT FINDLAY.
Messenger copy aug 26
Offices to Kent.
T HE Office on Second street now occupied by W.
S. Williford: also tiie one next door now occii
pied by Doctors Boon A Hammond.
Rooms to Rent.
session of a splendid College Edifice, with Apparat-1 „ Two fine large Rooms over the Manufacturer s
in, Preparations, Specimens and Facilities, and a I Rank; also Room over Doctors Boon A Hammond.
those Numbers on the Tickets printed on separate
slips of paper, are encircled with small tin tubes, and
placed in one wheel.
_ , _ . , Tho first 380 Prizes, similarly printed and encir-
I also offer atpricatt salc. lt being one-halt c i e d.and placed in nnother wheel,
of the nhove Lands. All of which lies in a body. The wheels are then revolved, and a number is
having upwards of 500 acres cleared, about 300 acres drawn from the wheel of Numbers, and at the same
offirst rate river hammock, an excellent log dwel- t j m en Prize is drawn from the other wheel. Tho
ling, negro and other out buildings, gin house and I Number and Prize drawn out are opened and exliib-
scrow, good well of water, and a plenty of running it e d to tho audience, and registered by the Conimis-
wmter and very little waste land. Ihoso lvi.-hing I aioner, the Prize being placed against the number
Hospital for Clinical Instruction, under tho direc
tion of the Faculty. Cadavers procured from New
York and other cities.
L. BANKSTON, K. D., Professor of Physiology and
Pathology and Materia Medica.
J. T. COXE, M.D., Professor of Principles and Prac
tice of Medicine ami Therapeutics.
M. S. THOMSON, M. D.. Professor of Obstetrics
and Diseases of Women and Children
I. N. LOOMIS, A. JL, M. D., Prof, of Chemistry,
Botany, Pharmacy and Microscopy.
I. M. COMINGS, A. 31., 31. D., Professor of Anato
my and Surgery.
O. A. LOCHRANE, Esq., 31. D., Professor of Medi
cal Jurisprudence. Comparative Anatomy and
Entire fees for tickets to Lectures ....8100
Matriculation (once only)
Anatomical Ticket..... 10
Payable invariably in cash in advance, at the open
ing of tbe session. Graduation fee, payable before
For particulars address any member of tbe Facul
ty, Macon, Gu.July 29
T HE Store on Cotton Avenue lately occupied by
R. Curd; also the Brick Store adjoining, occu
uied by E Graves. Enqurc of
J. B. A W. A. ROSS or
sept 9-3t THOMAS L. ROSS.
Journal A 3Iessenger copy 3 times.
such a place would do well to examine for them
selves. Mr. II. Nichols who will be fuund on the
place, will show the premises to any person wisiiing
I.>purchase. For further particulars, address the
subscriber at Drayton, Ga. SAM’L P. JONES.
gept 23 til*
' TY virtue of an order passed by tbe Honorable
Court of Ordinary of Bibb county, will be sold
on tho 1st Tnesdnv in November next, before tbe
court bouse door in said conntv, within the legal
hours of sale, all tho property, both real and person
al. of Thomas Gibson, late of said connty, deceased,
viz: Lots No. 7 and 8, in square 15, of tbe city of
Macon, with improvements thereon; Wharf Lots
Nos. 2t, 22 and 23, in city of 3Iacou, and improve-
nts—each oftiic above five Lots containing } an
ncrL —j,* r t of lot No. 3, in square 18, in city ot' Ma
con, nnd improvement, tbo same fronting about 65
feet on Mulberry street, running back 210 feet tu tiie
alley. Also 26} acres, part of Lot No. 356, in (lie
13tli district of Bibb county; together with a lot of
furniture nnd oilier articles. Sold ns tbo property
said Gibson, deceased, and for the benefit of Ilfs
editors and heirs.
Turns of Sale—Personal property cash; real es-
te one third cash, one-third January 1st, 1656, aud
e third six months from day of sale.
Kept 23 31A It IA JkL’O WELL. Adm’x.
7TIEREAS, on tho fourth day of December,
5, tile undersigned gave a promissory note
to Thomas Hardy, Adminil!rater 011 the estate of
John M. Piper, late of Troup comity, Ga., deceased,
for one hundred and ten dollars, and signed as se-
Curity by Wilbon Jeeks; and as tbo consideration
has tailed for which said note was given, I am deter
mined not to pay said note unless compelled to do
so by law, and hereby warn all person* from trading
for said note of baud. WILLIAM BUCKABY.
[prawn. This operation is repeated until all tho
Prizes are drawn out.
ArruoxiMATio.v Prizes—The two proceeding and
the two sncceding Numbers to those drawing the
first 38U Prizes will be entitled to toe 620 Approxima
tion Prizes, according to the Scheme.
In Ordering Tickets, enclose the money to our ad
dress lortbe Ticket* ordered, on receipt of which
thev will be forwarded by first mail.
The list of drawn numbers and prizes will be for
warded to purchasers immediately after the drawing.
Purchasers will ploase write their signatures plain
nnd give their I’o.-t Oflieo, Count)- and State.
Ltf Remember that every Prize is drawn, and
payable in full without deduction.
jy All Prizes of 81,000 and under, paid immedi
ately after the drawing—other Prizes at the usual
time of thirty days.
AH communications strictly confidential.
Orders for Tickets should be sent iu early.
Prize Tickets cashed or renewed in other Tickets
at either oflieo.
Orders for Tickets can lie addressed either to
S. SWAN A cc>.. Atlanta, Ga.
or S. SWAN, Montgomery, Ala.
T HE regular Course of Lectures in this Institu
tion, will commence on tho first 3IONDAY in
November next, and be continued for four Months.
It. D. Arnold, M. D.—Prof. Theory and Practice of
P. M. Kollock, M. D.—Prof. Obstetrics aud Dis
eases of Woman and Children.
W. G. Bulloch, M D.—Prof. Principles arid Prac
tice of Surgery.
J. G. Howard, M. D.—Prof, of Anatomy.
E. H. Martin, M. D.—Prof. Institutes of Medi
J. B. Read, M. D.—Prof. Mat-Medica and Med.
Joseph Jones, M. D.—Prot. of Medical Chemistry.
Jos. J. West, M. D.—Demonstrator of Anatomy.
J. G. Howard, 31. D.—Dean of tho Faculty.
LAND FOR SALE.
T HE subscriber offers for salo 403 Acres of fine
farming land iu Sumpter county, eight miles
South of Americus, on Muckaleo Creek, near tho
Railroad, adjoining the lands of Mr. Roberts, 3Iceks
and others. For farther information call on Cant.
A. C. Cutts or \\\ L. Johnson, Americus, Ga., or the
subscriber five miles West of Macon.
I will also sell 206 Acres of choice farming land in
Bibb county, on Ecbaconnee Creek, adjoining tin-
lands of 3Ir. Green Wilder and others, about 100
Acres cleared and in cultivation,
sept 16 D. W. BRASSWELL.
Americus News copy tf
T HE Books are now open for tho collection of
City Tax at tiie Treasurer’s Cilice, who will be
In attendance to receive the same from 9 to 12
o'clock, A. M., every day (Sundays excepted) until
the 10th day of October,
A. R. FEEEMAN, Treat
Macon, Sept. 15, 1850.sept 1
[AUTHORIZED DY THE STATE OF GEORGIA.]
FORT GAINES ACADEMY
Class 19—To be drawn in the City of Atlanta, Ga.,
in public, ou SATURDAY, September 27,1856, on
Purchasers iu buying one odd number and one
even number whole Ticket are guaranteed to draw
"!8. Halves nnd QuarterTickets in proportion, with
bailees of obtaining the larger Prizes, which are a
hundred per cent, better for the purchaser than any
other Lottery in existence-
SA3IUEL SWAN & CO., Managers.
Prizes Amounting to
Wiil be distributed according to the following Bril
30,000 NUMBERS—15,185 PRIZES !!
1 Prize of
1 Prize of.........
... 10,000 is
1 i’rize of-—....
... 10,000 is
1 Prize of.
1 Prize of......*...
,.. 2,000 is
1 Prize of
... 1,000 is
1 Prize of.
... 1,000 is
10 Prizes of.......
... 200 are
100 Prizes of.
... 100 are
4 Prizes of $200 Approx, to $40,000 Prize, are
4Piizesof 100 Approx, to 10,000 Prize, are
4 Prizes of 75 Approx, to 10,000 Prize, are
4 Prizes of CO Approx, to 5,coo Prize, *re
4 Prizes of 50 Approx, to
4 Prizes of 40 Approx, to
4 Prizes of 25 Approx, to
40 Prizes of 2o Approx, to
2,000 Prize, are
1,000 Prize, are
1,000 Prize, are
200 Prize, are
15,000 Prizes of 8 nre .................120,000
"DY virtue of an order from tbe Ordinary of Wul-
JL* ton county, will bo sold before tho Court House
Door, in Vienna Dooly county on the first Tuesday
in November next, lvot of Land No. 247 in tbe 16th
District of Dooly county. Sold a.s the property of
Joshua Sewell deceased, for the benefit of bis heirs
sept 23 WM. SEWELL Admr.
S IXTY days after date applications will be made
to the Ordinary of Jones county, for leave to sell
the real estate ot Dauiel Morris late of said county,
MARY S. MORRIS Admix.
CAKY W. MORRIS Admr.
PATTEN, HUTTON & CO.,
FATTEN, COLLINS & CO.,
KNEW the tender of their services to their Cor-
IX respondents and the Planters generally of Geer- |
gin and Alabama, as
Fnrtorx nml C'omniin»io!i .flcrchniit*,
nnd pledge their undivided personal attention to the |
business entrusted to them.
Bagging, Rope and other Planters Supplies will
be carefully purchased and forwarded, aud liberal
Cash Advances made, when desired.
aug 26 J. S. HUTTON.
"PLANTATION FOR SALE.
OR 600 (as suits the purchaser,) acres Oak
OUU and Hickory Land, 1| miles from Macon,
about half in cultivation, the balance woodland aud |
well timbered ; lying on the Road leading from Ma-
conto Clinton ; good Dwelling with 8 Rooms, good I
Negro Houses, (Jin House, Cribs, .Stables, Ac.
good location for a House of Entertainment.
Payment to suit the purchaser.
sept 2 T. J. TOWNSEND.
T HE Store now occupied by Courson & Stubble
field on Cherry street, also the Store and up
stairs occupied by Daly A Fitzgerald, and the Store,
Dwelling and Yard occupied by A. Ayers, on Third
street; also, 2 Stores under the Floyd Ilouse next to
T.C. Dempsey; also the Store occupied by John
Masset under the Floyd House in Mulberry street;
several Dwellings and Rooms up stairs on Cherry
and Third streets ; several Dwellings with Gardens
below the Railroad, formerly the Floyd House Car
den; 3 Dwellings on Walnut street in Bentonville;
also 3 Rooms up-stairs north corner of Triangular
Block now occupied by Seger A Pettie, Dentists.—
Possession given 1st October. Appiv to
sept 16-3t or THOS. C. DEMPSEY.
Journal & Messenger copy 3 times.
f 7f\ AAA Clear Sides,
f U*UUU 10,000 lbs. Shoulders,
8,000 lbs. Hums,
100 Bbis. Stuarts A & B Sugar,
10 Hhds. St. Croix “
2 Cases Loaf
200 Sacks superior Rio Coffee,
10 do “Old Government” Java Coffee,
]0 do Laguyra Coffee,
200 do Superfine Flour,
120 do Extra Family FI ur,
200 Boxes Sperm aud Admantiuo Candles,
loo Bids.Tennessee and Ohio Whiskey,
3 Brandy, Wines and Cigars, for sal.
HARDEMAN & (JBIFFIN.
BLANKS for sule at this office.
Paints, Oils,. Glass, Pent)', Ac.
10,000 ^5 SiSzin,
7 300 Gallons Linseed Oil.
10 Bids. Tanners’ Oil.
10 do Whale and Elephant Oil.
3 do Sperm Oil.
100 Boxes assorted Window Class.
2 Bids- Putty and all the articles used by
Painters, Glaziers, Ac.
sept 16 HARDEMAN & GRIFFIN.
15,185 Prizes, amounting to $204,000
Tickcia 810—Halve* $5—Quarter* 62 50*
PLAN OF THE LOTTERY.
There are30,000 Tickets numbered from l to 30,000.
There are 15,185 Prizes amounting to $204,400.
The drawing takes place in public under the su
perintendence of two sworn Commissioners.
ThoNumbers from 1 to 30,000, corresponding with
those numbers on the Tickets, printed on separate
ips of paper, are encircled with small tin tubes, and
placed in one wheel.
The first 117 Prizes, similarly printed and encir-
led, are placed in another wheel. The wheels are
then revolved, and a number is drawn from the
wheel of Numbers, and at the same time a Prize is
drawn from tho other wheel. The number and
Prize drawn out are opened and exhibited to the au
dience, nnd registered by the Commissioners, the
Prize being placed against the number drawn. This
operation is repeated until all the Prizes are drawn
Approximation Prizes.—The two preceding and
the two succeeding Numbers to those drawing the
fir><t 117 Prizes will he entitled to the 68 Approxima
tion Prizes, according to the Scheme.
The 15000 Prizes of $8 are determined by the
number which draws the $40,000 Prize—if that num
ber should be an odd number, then every odd n«m-
ber ticket in the Scheme will be entitled to $8; if an
even number, then every even number ticket in the
Scheme will be entitled to in addition to any
other Prize which may be drawn.
All those tickets ending with 0, 2, 4, 6, 8, are even
—all those ending with 1,3, 5, 7, are odd.
E3F Remember that every Prize is drawn, end
payable in full without deduction.
tjr" All Prizes of $1,000 and under, paid immedi
ately after the drawing
All communications strictly confidential. The
drawn numbers will be forwarded to purchasers im
mediately after the drawing.
Prize Tickets cashed or renewed in other tickets
at either Office.
CSivht Inducement to Clubs.
As ono half iff the Tickets are guaranteed to draw
we will M-ll Certificates of Packages of loTicket#
(odd and even numbers,) at the’following rates—
All that the 10 Tickets draw over the amount guar-
anteed accrues to the purchaser.
Certificate of Package of ] • • W ulc Tickets $60
Address orders for Tickets, or Certificates of Pack-
g(.s of Tickets, either to
S SWAN A CO., Atlanta, Ga.
or S. SWAN, Montgomeiy, Ala.
UtVLLLIAU HOUSE ASD LOT
FOR SALE OR RENT.
Ml HE two story Dwelling House lately occupied
A by Andrew J. Orr, deceased^ Possession given
sept 16 3t
D. W. ORR, Adm’r.