Acotsta, March 20.—Then* was a fair
demand to-day, prices to 10$.
Gbbk.nksbouo, March 21.—There was
a fair demand to-day. prices from 7i to 10
Washington, March 19 —ln ti e Sen
ate to-day the bill authorising the publish
ers of newspapers to print the date of.tlie
expiration of subscription upon their pa
pers was passed.
1 lie Homestead bill was discussed.
The Florida claims bill was up. Sena
tor loombs and Mallory were in favor
_ fho cost of the Congressional prin
ting, engraving and binding, for the Thuty
fourth and I liirty-fifth Congresses was.
Senate, §875,432 35; ll,use, §1,593,065
49. . Ihe Superintedent. in his report, says
that the voluminous documents ordered to
be printed by the Thirty-third and Thirty
fourth C mgresses, ii quarto form, with
their numerous and costly illustrations,
have been completed, with the exception
of the fourth ami fifth volumes of the ‘Re
sult of the Naval Astornouiical Expedition
A collection of oi l in imiscripts and
books on Freemasonry, Magic, Mesmerism,
Miracles, and occult learning generally, is
•announced for sale in Paris and will attrJict
the noiice of curious coITH-tora. In Lon
doji,,t!iis branch of science is made *•/><■-
ciulite by one bookseller, Mr. George Rum
stead of Holboru, who has recently issued
a catalogue of about eight hundred and.
sixty different works devoted to the vari
ous ramifications of the Clack Art.
National Conrrntion*. —The National
.conventions are just at hand. The follow
ing are their times of meeting :
The Democratic convention, at Charles
ton, 23 I of April.
‘National Union party convention, at Bal
timore, Ist of May.
Republican convention, at Chicago, 16th
On its Journey. — That oft refuted false
hood about Senator Toombs calling the
roll of his slaves of Blinker Hill, has readi
ed London, we see, where it gets an airing
in the “Globe'’ with great gusto. H,nv
true it is that “a Lie. will travel a league
while Truth is putting on itsbo ds.”
LhP M iss Martha.Haines Butt, savs the
Tuppahanimck Soothe/nvr, the beautiful
and talented young atu 1,-.mss, of Nudnik,
Va„ has recently received a matrimonial
•offer from Frederick, the young Prince of
Denmark, who fell love wito her at the
President's levee last week. .Miss Butt re
fused him, prefering tne position of a free
American lady to tout ot a D tiiislt Queen.
The Prince has returned to Europe uiscon
Present incuts of the (Sraml Jury.
The Grand Jiirv, s-vm-n, ji-le-tcd *>-,d chns n
tfoc the iVtarch IY‘ tu “I G-e*. e >.iocrmr t.’ou't
1-6- 1, beir leave r- • ‘p,v.i f .lly to m .Ko toe K,|
lowing |i. s -otircnls .
We have i-xn iwl throosrh eom ni'tccs t-A e
Poor School luoil, toe nt.,,s oi um (voim,
‘treasury, il,g 11 >ss oi tin- > n-trior tun snit
nor t.’ourts. Tin- It o„ ot toe I n-n'-uirr ai,,l
Ordmary also th • I) . >rt iluuse ami Jail, and
the Roads and Itri ig -s.
e find the It -ok-, and arc nms of tin’ Or*
dinary kept ‘ with ad g-e oi arc-nac, at.-d
tie ttnrssii.it to be ,U, lu-sard, ntl ctiog u,„
tng icst honor upon the <AT er :ii..e'iaFli> aim
alt the ac -omits paid Using lultv sustained by
-te Or unary received las* v (1 *S9) ‘Von,
the County lax, Nine bundled and ninety
four dollars and tun cents ($ hi. Joy ami from
the quota ot the Siam lie lewivei; to v u hun
dred seventy two and .liars ($1172 Otij making
to*al ol Poor School mods two toousami, one
hundr. a and sixty s x Uoliars and u-n cems
66, IU) ot tu,s amount the Ordinary has I
paid out lor children win, have availed thein
aolvesof the funds, including ins cos missions,
two thousand nd sixty tour dollars >nd seven
ty three cent- ($201,4,73) leavng a balance on
hand ot one hu..med ami une and .ilais and thir
ty seven cents, •
The number of poor children returned for
1869 between th-- ages ol 8 and 1 - was 4jS o>
this number 237 availed lueufseives ol the
The Tax ordered to ha h*v:ed hv the Inferio,
Court last year (1859) was ‘0 2 3 per cent on
the. Stale lax. Jhe p*es< i.t yar (lf-tiU) ttir
Children between the ae.es ol 0 and 18 wo, be
admitted and cons.queully toe number win
be largely increased.
We would thereioro respee*fuily recommend
that the fax he increased iru u 10 2 3 t. 2d
per centum n toe State lax, to mee’ the Ue
matld ot lh prohab,y increased iiomher ol
children whose condition may require the
We’ nave also examined the B > >ks arm
Records of tne Superior and Interior Court aim
find them kept with t at degred of neatness
.and accuracy i’>at red cts tne highest honu.
upon that officer.
VVe have a,so car.-fully ex imim-d the Treas
ures BookSanl find t ein car oi blot, an-,
properly kep-, with voucmis lor ail disburse
tiients, regu.aiiy le or-ho, wuich sb >ws tne
competency <0 the < tticer in charge. i'he
T'leaiunr has reieivid ioui a.I sources tin
smii ui T'thousand one hutxlred and eighty
live do ia sand eighty live cents (s’lt if,So)
,\nd has Osb iiSed by proper vouc.iefs, om
thuusand i ight hundred and-seventy stv.n
dollars and unrte. n c n s (1877,13) leaving a
s balain c on baud now m the I re-usury the sum
of (hue hu died and tig ,t dollars aud seventy
two cents, (308,72. J .
VVe Hud no e- tiy on the Estray Book si ce
We liav examined th Tax Collectors. Book
and nconuuerd that he be a.lowed the sum ol
twenty eight-ih.llars and-thirty live cents lor
hiK Insolvent List.
VVe have < xtiun ed the Contt Ilo’ se and
find that the Not th Column m front ol ti.
bud'img neids lepairs on ti.e i lastering—th
Window Bunds of the'trand Jury Room also
VVe Bud the Jail neat and chsn’y kep',
thon.-h s rae plastering is very much nreau
in the debto sro ,m and although this condi
tion of the Court House and Jail has been re
potted by s v>al preceding Grand Juries, yet
the rtpa'rs I ave not been made, and as long' t
.delay will tend so U>e h jury ol the b .ildiogs
*wo respectfully r,q test tne propjr authorise
*• to have this matter attended to f ,rt,hwith.
We find the Uoads and Bridges general'y in
good order, w-t t ttio exception l tne Korn
leading from Iho np-ou Mi ones t > Darnels
Ferry, and o respectfully recommend the
■ Inferior G U't to have a Bridge erected across
the Branch in fanders’ lane.
This body after a care ul investigation an
mature deliberation having unanimously, re
ttoleaff that tha Grand am Petit Jurots ait
I'l-tpy ect't'e f to a rrlt Wfkk evitacnriif k fir
services rendered bo far as to cover necesrarv j
expenses while in attendance at Court We ‘
therefore tespectfully ricimir.-nd the In
••nor Court assess such a tax as may l* <c
es-arv to enable them to ai-ptau-riate such an
amount as will allow t., .a<h Grat.d Juror th,
sum of two d-iihirs p r diem, aftd also -h
amount as will allow to each Petit Jurorthe
siiui of one dol ar per diem, in addition to the
compensation they already receive the above
recominendition, embracing the present Term
In fulfilment of the law upnn this su’ jct,
onr Secretary is hereby r< q tested to pav over
all i>m ‘ ints rice v-d for verdicts at this trm
of the Court, into the hands of the Count,
l reasure, for Countv purpos- s.
In taking leave of ITis Honor Judge Hauris
we deem this a fit ad proper occasion to give
s rnj expression, relating to his official course
during this term of the Court. His charge in
organ.zing the Court was able and c-">mnrehen
-ive and in commenting on the criminal Code
he forcibly set forth the importance of a care
ful and rigid ohse“va"ce of .11 its requirements,
c early pointing out to each Juror bis duty in
ferreting out crime and brinsring offenders to
justice, in conclusion we herein resnectfuliv
■•ndtr him our sincere thanks for the promt
ne j s, energy and fi ielitv with which ne has
discharged the duties of his station, an i also
tor his manitest kindness and indu-gence so
rcaddy and cheetfully extended to us.
VVe abo tender onr thanks to the Solicitor
General Vi. A. Lomu, for his_ counsel and
ourte -us intei course with this body during
our dtlib, rations.
VVe respxtl .lly r. q ipst tiiat thtsc prespnl”
incurs he pubi.shed in the Greeuesboro Plan
ters Week \.
Robert L. McWhorter, Foreman.
J-unes W. Goiikin. Jmnes Stvitf, Sr.
Thomr.B P. Junes, John Curtrigbt,
Isaac A. Wiilinma, J. Henry Wood,
Win. A. Overton, Jntnes T. Finley,
Oliver P. Daniel, Bonjan-in C., Alfriend,
HnrrisouH. Waits, James R. Sanders,
Tltouias 11. Smith, Benjaiuin E. Spencer,
Darling T '. Parlintn, Thomas Miller, %
Joseph P. Eley Tlioin.ar R. Thornton,
Albert A. Jeruigan, Samuel D Durham,
• Walter A. Porter.
On m. t on ordered that t'ie above preset.'.-
mer-ts !.,* published as r< q .ested.
A true extract from the Minutes ts the
Isaac R.JI.U.L, Cleik.
V T a cl. TANARUS, r u 186 •
Rouiitii li) c Balsam 1 his ce tbratea
mi dv 1 r n< ak anu i. fi .med Eyes, was
eo..stall iy Used, withs g ul sdcce.-S by a dis
tn-gu shed Occuiist during along prolessioiiil
career : and may be confidently relied upon,
as the Very best salva that can be used. In
eases where the Ey. lids are inflamed it acts
almost like oiag.c m relieving ail irritatio. ,
and us-ially If.cts a complete iure afte’ a few
I’iep ired ard sold by A B. &D. SANDS,
Deng vsts # 100 Fulton Street, New” York.
S -i.i ttl-o by J lienry Wood, and Di -gyia’s
aerie a. ll .
i-S?~ Tlie leaders ot Hie 4azettc
nr i qiiri u loituice me atlvcriis- iiiGtif* H HiMii.tr
c •mill-,, of Df. J. htiVft-Dmib lufypri.vi Wii.t B fern,
tor tii (i<roner-intro i>y OrafitK* and \Vt .vt i r.—
I’n* y loivy been i am! aj |rove<l by on*
ofiheh-Hi P ivsieiat 0 in flit? K.uib, ami although
♦ • v t> fa en tint I'vvr weeks btioic* th* |4*tn|*: u!
Ge ipia, vt*f you run hr th* ir pr ost tioiii ail si r
fiott of .• . Ii a-f she ro Ia -verti*-*
GRLEXESiiORO rlillES ( IRUEAT.
Corretfed Weekly for t!ic Cazettc.
Bugging (Gunny) yd 15 ©
It qie per lb, 10 ©
Paeon Ilnms... 14 ©
“ Shoul loirs 12 ©
“ Clear sides. 14 ©
Lard 12 ©
Butter Country 15 ©
Eggs ‘. 12 ©
Chickens 15 © 20
T tilt,tv 10 © 12
Candles Tallow 15 ©
“ Adamantine 28 ® 30
“ Sperm,. 50 ©
Cheese : ©
Coffee Rio 14 © 15
“ Luguira 15 ©l6
“ Java.... IS © 20
Tea.... 75 ©125
Mackerel No. 1,..".
* No. 2, per bbl 24.00 ©
“ No. 3, “ “
Smoked Herring, per Box
Flour Extra Family per sack 4.75 ©
Corn with sacks 2.60
Meal per Bush 1,25 ®
Wheat White 1,60 ©
Wheat Red 1.40 ©
Peas 1,00 ©
Powder (Sit t-Gun). 40 © 50
Shot 10 ©
Lead 10 ©
Iron Sweeds 5} © 6
“ English 5 © 5^
Nails wrought,., 10 ®
“ cut 5 ® 5|
Steal Cast -.. 25 ©
“ German,. 18 ©
“ Blister English 121©
“ “ American, 8 ©
OV h< 15 h irpt., h'.-<Hrcert the r* sitlnc< of Mf*
Ni* k luit atul VV W. D W vc a’ a Pe .rl
Hr CPi*', lor wliit'b a blv ral rewaiH will b n f*ai,t t
th*’ f'nde’ • h ita dcliTpry to 11. VV .ires at fVibh*
ami Wo vt r’a —March 2Nt. ff
YE NAKED RAGGED AND FORLORN
DOWN FROM YOIR GARRETS IIABTE.
Gents’ Furnishing Goods!
CN IABBK& WEAVER haw j‘,*t receivtd
J md -c daily r-c. ivi'.g *0“ K-gsstand Hs.
selected stock of CLOTHING anil GEN
TLEMEN’S FURNISHING GOODS
ever offered in this market, consisting o£
all descriptions and kinds of
11. ts. Caps,
Hostery. tpc,. ip.
A “n- lot if
Which they • e offering at the lowest He
ins: prires. . tdT Sit e ns a call before \
puicbawit. •Vwbere, and we piomise, you
ritall fe- suited. pfar.-h ?!, 1 *f
GF.OP.CIA, GfNr t*NTf Grrfli’
VI ffe, G i.vr baiiu* M try Ari* E H *if (former
ly H ,rt A oi* E It *n<l*li) j-ctiiloti# thin C url for
L r Di?inieoK)iy:
I *• tfe'*-J*re *rb r that ll persona concerned,
l*e ntil m p**ir al the (Vort i.f Ordmnry t be held
in utsd ior said county on t! e Monday in Mny
next, to -bow r uae ,if ai y they tonve) %vh j aid
Gus ih-Irould not ih*nhe *?i#* i.
Ordered (tint er ihat a copy f tbit* rtils be pub
li*he<l for ! riT days in t* rn>*of she law.
A trdt* e*?rac f rom lHf # -f s*id Court nf
March Term 1-60. EUGENICS L KING, Ord'y.
C't F.ORG A, Gheesb Coontt.— Whereas, Freder
® i’ C. Kullrr, Adininirfrattir upt>n the *alate ol
S truh F> Willis, dcceaat and, pvtid,*na the C*ort of Or
din ry of county f< r Diarniwoty :
Th*se are ihertfor*- to cite nnd adtnoni-h, all and
singnla t* e kindted anti crrdiiorv of said f , ec**a®4'd,
o -now cause (if any ih*y bare) whyaui-f Adminie
irKr ahould rt*t he di*-charp*d, at the Court ol Ordi
nary to b** belli in and t<*r said county ou the first
Monday in October next.
Give** on i* r my at in fi**eenofboro,
Vla't'** 6h. 1860. L KING. Ord*y.
G EORGIA GmkknhCounty. —lVhewa*,lsaac .Mor*
ri-ou, and Vlarv Afitinson, E*’ CUtri*
•*l the l-Mt Will and T-stam* n of Nathan Arfkinaon,
doc , petition.*! the C*un ol Ordinary of said county
t*rL tiers Dismiss**!y :
Ti*e-e are to cite and admonish all persons
concern and, to show cause, (if; ny they hare) why said
Executor and Ev‘*C'iirix -alionld not tlisciiArjed at
the Court *f Oj ‘ioarv *o he h Id in and tor said coun
tv *vo th*’ fir-t Mom lav in August n^xt.
Given **id**r tnv hand :t fTi •* *r neaboro, Jan
uarv lOih. 1-60 ‘ EUGEVIIH L KlNti. Ord v.
Gi RORCiIA, Ghbkne Couuty —W >er**as, Nichlas
T M. J i ea, Admitus'r,tmr ti; ou h*'estMteof Jess*
S Jones dee., petitions the Court ul Ordinary of sai
bounty or Ij "it* rs Distui-sory :
Tb*s** ac there'or.’ to i ite -*nd admonish all persons
concerned, to show cause—if any th*\v have—wh*
said Aflm nistrator sh mid not le di-achartred at th*
C urt of t. be held in and far sid coui ty
the firs Monday in A*i?*'t next.
G veil un ler my hant a* < ffi *e *n Jan
u.rv 10,h. 1-rtO F.Tlt;> Mirk I, KINfJ O-t -
RA YAW VV v- ■in tnv pUn a ‘->n on the
•22 lof July tnv N — r - man
KRA X IC.
Do is about os*>r 3G .’e.-trs old, ot *trk complex on,
;ib ui S'X teet liigh, and weighs tho*n 16*) pounds *r
more. II s thought to he ranjinff b tween Greenes
b rj am! L wret cep* Mill on th* Oc*nee river. I
will give he above rewr’ to any >ne who will
I djjfc him in the G cene C*umtv J il *r *eliver him
i , me. WM ROWLAND Sa.
M. eh 14th 1360 if.
ro n sale.
undersigned tu ving determined to move
I. West offers ids LAND ior sale, roi,ei**insr o’
Fiv Ilumlreit and F •t\ O eA’ es, lying in Greene
county, ner (Juioii Pmn surrounded by tvtry cou
veaieuce, ami with good vmpiovements
B. F. CARLTON, M. D.
March 7th 1869 1 in
rrilJß subscribers have this day formed a
A <‘*p3t tn* und< r the stv le of
WAK FILL s>, MIRSAY & C 9.,
For thi* ptt’ jif, e of tianstcuog a g'acral Met
FANCY & STAPLE * v
li A T>, r.vs,
BOOLS an) SHOEn,
J \MKS I. WAKEFIEI D,
v\ AHII tM S’ MI RRAY,
J.VMK.S P. V-cOAU,.
fir.oncKboro’, Ga*, F.-i ruur. 15th, IHtiO 4ui
NE w _:_
Has just Received
mi Ymmv silk robes,
Ot’ New Styles of the Latest linporta'.iur.
, A I. S O ,
French Printed Organdies.
A N 0
Os CkaitAS rva i V t.Ks.
MjsYfs IjJS fi M'RS.VTS,
AND A COMPJ.STB Or
Alcxnmire’s Ladles’ KID CLOVES.
With oiher attii lrs bU t*bl. for the present season,
to all of which the ail, niton of the public i* r-p el*
• oily invited. M r M 1860 ts
\LL those inti. i>t*d to *he uod*r ignfd wh *don*’
w ith to see hm sold out by the Sheriff, wi 1
please call an i settle at ;b* <a li* t onp nunttv
G il THOMPSON.
Gr* *n- s’ oro, Feb , 28'h. 1869,
PBOSPI CT I S
< F THE
Southern C 0 h sec! e rac y.
nf e are now publishing in the city of Atlanta, G
a Daly and Weekly paper, railed il*e Sot'TU
khm Confederacy, tha* n* mu of whim w ill in-ol li t
uoc ‘iitpfoioiaii g S;>ur,i* rii Rights DetiUfcralii’ faith
VVt sha.l endeavor 10 uutketh s P..p* r t in >.(• of it
interests an ba ring-, what the name iniint<s
I‘his is our u .ah* i.abie *’C f ermi>tl|on whether i*
suits he popular b*Ze *r not.
1 We art* f*r the union of ttc S*atrs ronrtitulion
ally a imirdsiered, in*u pemient ol ( otnprou.isc eon
cession or -ts cmunl trea’ies.
2 We are under exisiiusr circnmstanc* s, and fr* n.
our pr; tut policy and position ixi the Uo*on, o sa
nothin-; ol the inden< y .if tnitufs, tor tr e S *u*.h, 1 -
dependent, uushackt ltd, and uunainiitillcd in all
n sp’ eta,
.3. We arc fora perp- untion of the Union, provj
ti and irte neutrality laws,! he rein promise rin aeutes *•
1850. a ‘ a!i subsequent c>npr, miet s, re repealed
•i We are t.q t e r pe*d ol tne re-incii* ns upoi
he African JBve Trade, regardless *ll its construe
impolicy by Northern fanatics and Southern su’ mi.-*
5 We regard rhe forejro*rg restrictions as un*
wuranted by the Cunstiiu’.ino, d< printing, degrad
ing, insulting, arid gfiev*usly sfc.n*nal in leg s.t.tn.
t> tne South, and their tx .Tence upon the b ufm.
Bo k ias tendeo not or ly to dwkurf and tmpovtriat
one section An<l build up another, but that it lias ti -
cow rag* and viibaervu-ncy and deinagogtsm in our tmm •
wim their concorn,tnt oils inrntt nr in the mor:
tlegn* racy of a p-uud and null’ peopL*. If thee
restM*"tnns aod C nipn iiiivscao be wiped fr on tin
Statu'e Ekn-k. and th*‘ Goveroinetit m< tin in retried n
iuoriginal purity, ui'h a strict to conou,
and retrenchment, w* hop*- us*f* *l.e Union pres* r%
ed; tn default of which, we arc-trfiphaticully ai.d un
equivocally for Disum v.
6. We are for Five Trade un I dirre* a*
the pM*per ar*d c*: s i • tit tonal mo’e ol codrcting reve
nue and vi a spirit ol friendship ar and auiity
7 We sre *pp*sed to the at qwtsirion of any iici
•crritwiy no il ti*e A'ri* ut Trade is re-unen* and.
*nd t! e tut turd IS te sale and rn* laVt m* lit ot i.ll Fre*
N* grties that are fund u iihui ihe lim r *l the .South
* rii St'etea, after a p*ified time to * migrate.
8. Tub Southern Fonykiyrract alia'l not be in tl
intereataof uiv party *r co nti ati**n, fanb* r tha.
what wn conceive to be the aud privilegta u
9 VV* shall | *uk of men aftid nie?orep at a
nnirs, regartlh as of c marquccies, a* we uiy thin*
th* ir positions juttify.
10 W** -b>t 11 er* ry ex to n ake Tnf
SorTBERN CI\rBDBRACY Ollt* of Slit* hS’ Rd lit ft I*
isb!e Political aud C*ium< rcial pMpe*e it* the Bwud>
W** mien 11' pav e^peri**attention \p the latest New *
Ite ra. Market H-p*-*ts. Monetary ot.d C* tntiurciul,
ts*th Domestic and F*r i^r.
Tkb ms Duly, $-6; Wivkly Two Djliart; Sirg!
copies. Five oeiija. *
No subscribe! will he taken u-Isea payment i# mad.
in dva*ce. Tina rule, wr int* 11 ‘ o h h**r* l* in al*
caa-s. Adder#* JAS P. HAM RLE f ON,
E fitor an*t Pr *nrbaeof '•# *S •uthem Confvd* recT,*
r.:*r:,n At! b.c r,* f ii;
FOR MARCH, lAAO.
GEORGIA STATE LOTTERY.
ncKIMKEY St CO , managers.
Authorized by spec l Act of the Legislature
More t/ian one Prise to erery tico Tickets.
Tickets only RIO
Halves, Quakteks, and Emiits in Phoi-oktion,
To be Draws Each Saturday iu 1860.
In the City of Savannah. Georgia.
Class 61, to be Diswn March 8, 1860.
Class 62, co be Drawn March 10, iB6O.
Class 68 to he Drawn March .7, 1860.
Class 64, to be Drawn March 24, 1860.
Class6> to he Drawn March 31, 1860.
I P’l. of 6 ,000 is #6O 000 | Sot 10. XI are (5,000
I•• 20,0001* 20.01,0 I It) •• 600 are 5,000
1 “ lOOOOia 1* **oo | 2 • 400 are 8"0
I•• 5 000 is 5 000 | 2 •• 30, are C.OO
I * A 000 i 4,0"0 | 2 •* 200 are 400
I•• 3 OH) U 3 000 | 50 • 150 are 7,5'H)
I “ 2,000 is 2,18)0 | lt>o •• 1(M) are 10.0 0
l •• 1 500 is 1,.50,, | 100 • 95 are 9 5'4)
l •• 1,100 is 1,100 JOO •• 85 are 8 500
25 418 tb-izen auiouuling t 0.... $212,140
9 5.823 Prizes Amt'iug to $306,040
WILL BK DBAWN THIS MONTH.
CKRTiricssKs or Packagks will be sold at the fol
lowin- r-tra v hi- h is the risk :
Cenificute of Packages of 10 Whole Ticket, S6O
•• •• 10 Hall •• f0
•• •• 10 Q >arters *• 15
•• •• 10 Eighth “ 760
LOOK AT THIS!
A SPLENDID DRAWING ON
The Three Number Plan !
Winch takes place on erar _v Wednesday and Satur
day iu IS6O.
1 rsnltal Priie of $23,003
1 Prix of 4,500
1 •• of 4 00,
1 •• of 3.000
I•• of 2, 71.20
10 •* of |7OO ar 7,000
40 •* of 175 are 7 000
50 “ of .125 are 6,250
259 •• of 80 are 20,720
64 of 50 are 3,200
6t “ of 30 are 1 920
64 ■< of i0 are ■ 1,2-0
5,632 •* of 10 are 66 320
-28,2-24 •• ot 6 ure 141.!20
34,412 Piiies Ainountioe to $281,481.20
Whole Tickets $3,
Shares in Proportion.
IN ORDERING TICKETS OK CERTIFI
CATES.— E-n liwe the money to our address tor the
■ icke e orO, red, on receipt ol which they will be for
weriled by firs, mail. Purchasers can have tickets
ending in ai-v figure they- may designate.
‘I he list of drawn number* and prix, s will be cent
to parch,i-M-ra immediately afirr the drawing.
All communications strictly confidential.
Orders t-.r Tickets or Certificates, hv Mail or Ex
,>•<•>, I , hr dir. en and to AIcXISNEY and CO.
November 2. 18 9 ly Savannah, Ga.
Fbr the cure of Dyspepsia. tiuUgeetion, JH.nseo,
FMuieucy, Lose of Appetite, nr any Bilious
Complaints arising from a morbid in/tetion
of the Stomach or Bowels, prmlucing Cramps,
Dysentery. Colic, Cholera Atorbus, Jx.
In view of the fact that every member of
the human family is more or less subjected ts
some of the above complaints, besides in
numerable other conditions in life, which,
by tlie assistance of a little knowledge or
exercise of common sense, they mny be able
so to regulate their habits of diet, and with
the assistance of a good tonic, secure per
manent health. In order to accomplish this
desired object., the true course to pursue is,
Certain v, that which will produce a natural
state of jliugs at the least hazard of vital
strength and life; for this end Dr. Hnstetter
has introduced to this country a prepara
tion called HOSTETTEK'S'STOMACH
BITTERS, which at thi* .lav is not anew
medicine, hut oue that has been tried for
y.-ars, giving satisfaction to all who have
used it. The Bitters operate powerfully upon
the stomach, bcwels and liver, restoring
them ton healthy and vigorous action, and
thus by the simple process of strengthening
nature, enable the system to triumph over
disease. Dtarrhoja, “dysentery or flux, so
generally contracted by new settlers, and
caused principally by the change of water
and diet, will be speedily regulated by a
brief use of this preparation. Dyspepsia,
a disease which is probably more prevalent.
when taken in all its various forms, than
any other; the cause of which may always
be attributed to derangements of the diges
tive organs, can be cured without fail by
using HOSTETTER’S STOMACH BIT
TERS as per directions on the bottle. For
this disease every physician will recom
mend Bitters of some kind, then why not
use an article known to he infallible t
Every country have their Bitters as a pre
ventive of Biseaae, and strengthdhing of
the system in general, and among them all
there is not to be found a more healthy
people than the Germans, from whom this
preparation emanated, based U|>on scientific
experiments which has attended to ad varies
the destiny of this great preparation in th*
medical scale of science,
FEVER AND AGUE.
This trying and provoking disease, which Axes Its
relentless grasp on the body of man, reducing him to
mere stiarfow iu a short space of time, and rendering
him idiysically and mentally useless, can 1* defeated
and driven from the Imdy l*y the use of lIOSTETTER’fi
RENOWNED BITTEIIS. Further, any of the above
Stated diseases can not be contracted when exposed to
any ordinary conditions producing them, if the Bitters
are used as per directions. And as it neither creates
nausea nor offends the palate, and rendering unnecea
sary any change of diet or interruption to usual pur
suits, but promotes sound sleep and healthy digestion,
the complaint is thus removed %s speedily as is con*
tistenl with the production of a thorough and perma
For Person* in advanced years
Who arc suffering from an enfeebled constitution and
infirm body, these Bitters are invaluable as a restora
tive of strength and vigor, and needa onljr to be trlea
to be appreciated. And to a mother while nursing,
these Bitters are Indispensable, especially where the
toother’s nourishment is inadequate to tbs demand!
es the child, consequently her strength must yield,
and here ‘4 is where a good tonic, such as Hostetler’s
Stomach Bitter* is needed to impart temporary strength
aud vigor to the system. Ladies should by all means
try this remedy for all cases of debility, and before Bo
doing, ask your physician, who, if he Is acquainted
with the virtues of the Bitten, will recommend their
use In ail eases of weakness.
CAITIOX.—We caution the public againat
using any of the many imitations or coun
terfeits, but ask for Hoermu's Cxlxbratu>
Stomach Bitters, and see that each bottle
has the words “ Dr. J. Hotetter's Stomach
Bitters” blown on the side of the bottle, and
stamped on-the metallic cap covering the
cork, aud observe that our autograph signa
ture is on the label.
O* Prepared and Mid by HOSTETTEB k
SMITH, Pltubargh, Pa., aad tsld by all
Draughts, graters, aid dealers generally
threagkaat the Catted States, Caaada, Soatb
dnerica aad Gernaiy.
BCOVIL dt MEAD.
NEW ORLEANS, LA..
For sals in- Irrenssboro hr J. H. Wood, White
Plains. H?T. D. Highto wer f A'tf 1
NEW CARPET STORE. ~
JAMBS a. BAIUCB b bbotblbß
Direct Importer* of all kiuds of
Mattings in all Widths and Colors Mannf i
CarpetLiuing,lmported Door Mata
Rugs, Floor Oil Cloths, Window Shads,
Curtains, Curtain Materials, Cornices, Bands, Loops, &c.
.WALL PAPERING IN GREAT VARIETY,
All of which we will sell at the lowest market prices. Terms cash. Patronage toßtited
*OS BROAD STREET, AUGUSTA, GA,
And JAMES tS. BAILIE, 234 King Street, Charleston.
17 Carpets made up with dispatch, [mar. 30, lseo-iy.
- J. T. PORTER,
Having purchased the intarest of A
J W. VVINFfELD in the HAR
NEsS Business, will enntinue to keep “
and have made to order.
Everything: in his Line.
He will also keep a Few Northern Harness
for those who want a Cheat Akticle- He
warranti all work done at the Shop. .Repair
ing upon reasonable terms. Those who
want anything in his line would do weH to call
on G. W OHOOAS. Agent.
Greeneshorn. Feh 22. 180''.
Bo ks of onr Store and Harness Shop
. are in the hands of Jas. W. Winfield, to
whom payment mutt he made; our means are
to > limited to give longer indulgence, oui Cred
itors are wanting their nnmev.—
We therefere give each, and all, fair notice
that after a reasonable time, we will use the
most effectual means to wind up our Books.
We hope therefore you will save us trouble
and yourselves expense.
Feb. 22d 1860. 6m.
WINFIELD & PORTER.
PROFESSOR MAPES’ ~
Patented November. 25th, 1859.
PRIOR lo the year 1547, Superphosphate had been
made in England, by treating burnt bones with
sulphuric acid, and by'.he formal ion of sulphate ol
lime, thus abstracting one atomot lime from the bones,
a soluble phosphate had been formed. In 1847, J J.
Via pcs made a series of experiments, time: lie found,
analytically, that Peruvian Guano contiiocd the nec
essary elcinen's for insurin’- the growth of plants, but
not in the right relative proportions to each other.—
He instituted a scries of experiments, practically, by
which he proved that one hundred pounds of burnt
bones, treated with fifty-nix pounds o( sulphuric acid
fifty six pounds of Pr.ruviuu Guano, and twenty
pounds of sulphate ot ammonia, formed a mixture rt y
ery way superior to P> ruvian Guano, and it w ould
not excite the soil, but wouldcontinuilly add to its
lie had found that one carrel of blood, fresh from
the animal, tmx-d with a cord of organic mutter,
would, hv ierqientalion, produce a manure equal to a
cord us well rotted stable manure. He further found
that seventeen barrels of blood, when dried, would
make one bairel, and that blood r.ouid be procori and at
comparatively little cost, in n t tain- sections; that it
could he dried by cocking and pressing so as to pro
duce a dry powder, amt bv adding to the sb vc
named ingredients an equal weight of drier! bullock’s
blood, a manure is formed one honored Pounds ol
hiclt are equal in power anil lasting effect to one
hundred,’ iv EtciiTT fiv* pounds of the best Peru
Since he has offered l>is invention to the farmers of
the country, s. me titty i ompanies have initiated this
article under various names, and for the purpose ot
rendering it more popular, have traduced Prof. lYlapes
and his article, claiming'to make that of a superior
quality. Every year presents new imitators of this
article, who manufacture an inferior article, using
tne mineral phosphates a basis, instead of the calcin
ed bones of animals. Notwithstanding all this, the
demand for Mat es’ N'itrogcnised Superphosphate ot
I. me has doubled.
Peruvian Guano contains an excessive amount of
ammonia, fbn only use ot w hich is to render, wider
capable ol dissolving a larger amount of the inorganic
constituents of the noil, or as sometimes called to ad
s)un excitant The market gardenetsol New Utrecht
commenc ed come years ago by using two hundred
weight of guano to the acre; they are now compelled
to use twelve hundred weight to produce the saint ef
fect, and their land is evidently impoverished l.y its
use, while those who have used the Nttrogeniscd Su
perpjtospha e olLitne, hhve steadily found their soils
to be improved, ami instead ot requiring mure, they
require less fertilising material *Bi h veac. And this
is particularly true of Cotton and Tolbucco lands.
Among the advantagessrtsing troin the use of Ni
trogenised Superphosphate are tne following : Itcar
lies no weed seed to the soil; it prevents rust, ami in
sures the perfecting of plants; thus, when used on
Cotton, the bolls do not fall and, ashy the experience
of Mr. Lomas, Col. Davis, and Col. Goodwin, and oth
ers, it gives a greater weight per acre of Cotton. For
Win at, it lias steadily provid itself to he superior to
Peruvian Guano; when in contact wi'h seed, tt does
nut. destroy it as does tha Peruvian Goapo; and it
tupplies the deficiency of Phosphate o’ Lime and oth
er ingreiiiants, produced by excessive reaping o’ grain
and undue pasturage
The reports ol the farm of the inventor, of the A
v erican Instislute,and committees of other institu
lions, who have visited it.abhongh it is manured en
tirely wiilt ttiis fertiliser, prove that no immure line
yet tieen used which produces un equal amount us
—The Americin Institute have just awarded their
Silver M. dal lo Profeasor Mapee, for the nesr fertili
ser, after a most thorough investigation iu<o the liter
its “f all in the markut.
The sub.ciiber has hern appointed Sole Agent in
Augusta lor the sale ol the ahove fertiliser, and ouar
antess that its constituents are the materials stat'd
shove, and nothing else. Planters desiring more in
formation, wilt pleas'-send lor our Cireular. contain
ing Testimonials, and the articles by Dr. Enderlin,
which constitute the best treatise on Phosphate ever
Price ** Ten, In AturitsHt.
J. A. QUIMBY,
Nn. 193 Broad Street, mxt door to, “Consliln ior
alist” office. Jan. 12 ft m.
“ NOTICE ~
ALL persons indebted to'me either by N >*e nr ac
count for the years ol 1836 1657 an I 1856. must
come up and settle, as longtr indolvencc is out ol
the question, HENRY E. HUNT.
Greeuesboro, G.t , February 2 t, 186 * 2.q,i ■
OF THE KOCH REVIEWS AND BLACK WOOD
Commence January, IS GO.
For or one of the four Review*. V gS'OO
For any two of the four Review*, £ ft 00
For an v three oft he Jour Review*, 7 00
For*ll four ol ihe R view*, BO’
For Black wood's Mapasinc, 3 00
F*>r Blackwood ami one Rertevr, 6 00
For Black woud iMirt two R* view*, 7 00
For Blackwood and three Review*, y 00
F *ur Stack wood and the four Re%*iew*, I<> 00
Money Current in the S ate where irtued will he re*
ceived at par. .
A discount of twenty five yer c**nt, from the above
pr.ee will be allowed io Club* ordering four or mor*’
copies of any one or more of the a b*sve work s Thu* :
Four copie* or Blackwood, or of one R- view, will l>
MM to one ad'tre# for *9; lour copies of tits font
fti views and Blackwood for 03 >; amt sou- .
Remittances should always be- addrissed to th-
Leonard scarr St ro
No -i4 G Id Sire, t, Nl w TPo k.
G 1 GEORGIA. Gseexe County —All persons in-
V deblert to Tltomiu Merritt, late of said count’
dec., are r.quested to mike immediate pijmr-nt,and
all those havtnr claims aramst him, to present th in
duly proven lotlie undersigned.
JAJ.ES MERRITT, Ex’r.
-- ‘o’ Thoms-< MerH r 4*o.
f/eseessbeOr, rehews ey -h. 1943*.
Bridge to Let.
WILL be let to the lowest'bidder at Rieh. 1
land Creek on the Athens Road, on Sat-’
urday the 24th inst., a Bridge of the following
’dimensions ; ‘A flat or low Bridge, the floor t 0”
be 12 feet wide, well weighted with Rock, the
Span over the Creek to be 30 or 32 feet, the
Abutments to be not lest than 10 feet.’ The
-. ontractor to give bond with good security fe
keep the Bridge up for seven years.
JAMES BURK, )
G. S. TUNNEI.L, > Commissioners,
J. W. GODKIN, )
March 7th, 186 u Bt. - -■
The fubscribcrs respectfully request those of their ‘
customers who arc in arrears for the year 18.’ 8 te
call between now and the Isl ol March next, amt set-’
tie their accounts; as they cannot positively extend
‘indulgence hevond that date.
Jan. 12. 1860 3m. HO WELL & NEAR*.
NOTICE TO TEACHERS
The Board of Education, for Greene County, wifi
meet at the Court House in Grei nesboro, on Sat
urday the 10th day of March next, at 10 o’clock a.
m , for the purpose ol cxaiffining uny Ttschers wtte
may come before said Board.
VV. G. JOHNSON, J I C.
Greenesboro, Feb. 7th, 1860 lm. Chairman.
DR. IV*?/. JfIORGJiJW
Surgeon and Mechanical Dentist*
WOULD inform the citizens of Greene and ad
joining counties, that he is pi epared to perform
any qperation per.aining to his profession, with neat
ness and dispatch. He will insert from one to an sa
tire act of teeth, which, fur beauty, durability, cot,},
fort and tnaaiicatinA'will compare with any, either
in this country or Europe. It tshis intention to pleats.
Any call from the country that may be tendered
him will meet with prompt attention. lie .refers, to
Dr. John B Murphy of Rome. —Feb. 29, I860;-
TO THE PUBLIC. “C
Ever since rny “ Aromatic Schiedam Schnapps"—
the purest and best Gin for Ihediral purpose.—be
came fully appreciated throughout the cpuuiry, ,h * T f
been constantly solicited by druggists, apothecaries,
and large numbers ofclhe most eminent physicians-,
in all parts of the Union, lo add lo my Gin importa
tions, pure Brandies aud Wines, and to botiie limit
the same as lam and have been doing with tits
Schnapps; to seal with tny setil and give my cerlff
cate guarantying their undoubted purity,'• ... . .
I should long ago have t n teavored to comply with
tire fiattertug requests, but I found it impossible to 4o
so, especially in regard to the. important articles of
Brandy, Port and Mailer ia Wines, owing tb the high
prices in Europe, occasioned by short grape crops Rr
some years. Happily for the But cess of tny new en
terprise, the grape crops for the lustaiuf thepreviowt
yeats were abundant.
Another point in my favor is this : the du'y now on
French Brandy is 70 per cent, less than it was when
my medical frimdg began to solicit me to furnish puts
Brandy und Wines. These favoring .-.L'cumstuncu
l ave enabled trie to commence anew mterprise. 1
have concluded to import Cognac Brandy and Wioee
to bottle them for medical as well as lor private use,
I am well aware, from the bitter ejpt rience.-the vile
attack-*, the misrepresentation of motives and enmity
ol dealers and mines of bad articles which I inrt
with and conquered in ihe caste of my Schnapps, before
it obtained its present proud pre cmint nee over, all
other Gins, that the new enterprise will be attended
with equal opposition, more trouble 111111 involve an
immense outlay of capitul. These difficulties and ex
penses w-ill be much greater, because f shall have to
encounter the indignity und enmity of countless thou
sands who are engaged in the liquor trade,and mak
ing fortunes by tbeinanulactDie of infamous itnita
lions of “B. andy” made frr m pouenons compounds—
their use being alike destructive to healthy human
life, and of course speedy death to ffte treble invalid,
■r those in whose bclinlt eminent physicians hate
urged, upon me the importation of a pure, inrjgorat
ing article of Brandy. 1 shall do so, in spite of aril
opposition, even that of the dealers and tellers of the
stuff in buttles ratted “Brandy,”of which millions of
bottles are annually sold, and wlticU is no betttcr than
the worst ol poisons.
1 am perlectly willing and well satisfi-d to embark
in this new enterprise, and have tin tears, no doulns
about the most ultimate suco ss loj tnys< If nnd the
druggists and appotheruries in the tlir : rly three Stales
il they will heartily cooperate v illi me 111 my ■ Horts
to drive out ol use the vihsl ol < onipoouds, Called
jßran<tY,’*.and tc,laee it with thr pure, nmidoltersl
ed atticle, which 1 will faithfully null truly sup| ly.
The airtucs of pure French Bra'udy need not to be
told. The Brandy imported by uir I will bottle, seal
with niy sei.*i, my label, a rid add rny celriffrete ths* it
is ol the first quality, and pure and uuaduiu rated as
whenitl'fi tin-distillery in Frarco.
1 will stake my reputation as u man, my sfandinw
as a merchant, aud my tried commercial integri y,
that what I pledge aud certify to w ith my seal, tny
tabei, ami my certificate is Corn cl, and can be relied
it|>! n hy puribi.sera in nny section of the Uniou to
wltich my Brandy may be sent I have madear'ang
menls with the best Br.ttdy inanularttiTarK-in - Francs
with those who Lav. a w rid wide teiiow 11 n. tbs file*
Brandy exporters. T i'-ve selereed four eminent firms
who will ship tne their Brandies I shall not drsig.
oate the artieli s l.y ar.y othrr name than Wrsih’s
Genuine Cosnae ijr.uuly. II I were to do otln rwiso
>1 would be useless, for thm unprincipled pers- ns,
who at e ihei s antly engaged in the iu lari. ua tralio
of itndadit.gall valuable articles, would Boon jluitQtw
and adopt my u ark 3s a cloak undr r w Itich to aeh
their compound of poisons tocovi-r the vile iinposttien
I am now prepared to receive und 1 X'-’ ote orders lor
Wolf'S G'-nuiuc Ctjgnac Brandy addrosiif to tne, No.
22 Beaver Street. Prices w ill he-given to personal
application, or in reply to letter*.
lo thiscireular I have tltus far wtitleh mainly a boat
pure Cognac Brandy ; I lave now to call your a yin
ti m to other liquors and wines.
1 am prepared toanpiy orders for ‘Jamaica Rilth,”
irnpotel and bottled by. riit; a Is.) ‘lrish anil Scotch
Whiskey.’ Tim purity and g ouilienees of the !sa
named articles, impothd for‘uiedical use,* I wilkalso
guaranty with my s at. my lab'-l; amt uty rerttheaVe.
I shall also imp’lt the pui,st and ljrt _‘A1 slieritp’
•Port,’and‘Sherry’ Wir es lor Medical -purposes; -
These 1 also guaranty wiih my seat, my label, anil
mv certificate. _
so cinclndOn’ par mi I me to ntfd that I shall befisp
py lo hear from those th.it this circular reaches, and
whose persona,g>r pecuniary interest it may iffret,
in the combination of articles teal I engage to supply.
Should any such person visit New York especially
a Druggist, Apothecary or Plfysiciau- I shall be inogt
happy to receive a peiaortal call. ,
Ttiere is no importer who p-ssrases more aclttaf
experienc"snd knowledge of the importing liquor se'd
wine trade than 1 do, I have engaged in it offfr
thirty years , ’
I have narta’ed some (acts conne*ed wrh any aVr
enterprise, for the particular inloriualioa of’ thosa
conmcted with the practieeor sale of medicines. .If
I am favored with the visit of any such, or by friends
to whom they give letters of introduction to me, they
esn see with their own’ eyes, and test my truthfuinrss
oy their wri übv rs i'ia'l.
I respei tinlly crave foi* fhis Circular ans its icith
tents, a careful and attentive perusal. ‘
I an, respectfullv. 1 our obi dient servant, ,
UDOUMIIO WOLFE, ..
18,20 J 22Beaver Street, Sew Torlu
WHOLESALE AGENTS ’ ‘ j
J.p.GBIEFF & Cos., Sim Or/rant, Lff.
.S. J. & J. JONES. XTolile, A/v.
HUNICUT & TAYLOR. Atlanta. Ga.
HFVILANU C’HICIIESTU.Co Avgvttt*
RAGLAND k BIRCH, Colvmbvt, Ga,
IIOLCGMH CO., Bftvnnnek, Q*. -• Wi
G. FOLUN, n. ‘ “