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< L. PATHICK, Publisher.
(•REEVES BOKO’, .E(K.IA.
WrdncMlajr,ScpMnbcr 19. 1860.
T. F. AR. Ti>pfax White Plains, (2a.
Jlknj. (2. Liduun,. .......Madisuu. “
■2. B. Wallace, Forsyth Cos,
t 4\I7IATKS FOR THE PRESIDENCY.
JOHN BELL, & El). EVERETT.
J.C. BttECKENKIDGK, & JO. LANE,
S. A. DOUGLAS & 11. V. JOHNSON.
Read the advertisement of Win Shear
<>f Augusta, and if you have a wife or a’
daughter that you wish to purchase, some
thing fine for, in tho wav of dresses 01
any thing pertaining to ladies dressing,
you will doubtless do well to call on him
when you visit that city, or send down
vour orders if yon cant be suited elsewhere
Mr. Shear is a gentleman, and no doubt
will do bis utmost to serve you faithfully.
Wecall attention to Mr. Beaseljr’sadver
tisement for Raw Hides.
Sec also as the announcement of James
Brooks of this Comity as a candidate tor
Wo would also call your attention to
the legal advertisements of this isfiic.
On Monday we were visited with a driz
zling ra : n of several hours, that was very
refreshing and laid the dust in our streets,
which were as dusty as we have ever seen
There is a meeting going on at the
Methodist Church in this place, and will
continue through the present week, if not
longer. Preaching every night, and a
juayrr meeting every morning at 9 o’clock.
Ladies Home Magazine.
This well known periodical for October
bus been received. Persons desiring to
dub with the planters weekly, and this
magazine, can have the two one year for
This monthly Magazine of Literature
and fashion for October lias been received
at this Oflice. Persons wishing to sub
scribe to a periodical which will remunerate
t hem richly for the money ex pended would
do well to send their names for Petersons
Air. James Dolvin, whorrsides in Greene
i:iforns us, that not long since, while two of
his negros were putting up hay, near a
large brush heap which had been thrown
■over a stump that was overgrown with
vines, a small dog went, tothe brush heap,
and in a short time was heard to hollow
and making its way to the negros, lint
did not get fifty fc yards from tho brush
heap before it fell, and died in a few min
utes. It being near night Mr. Dolvin told
the negros to set fire to the brush the next
morning, and watch around. T|je brush
fiat, not been burning long before two rat
tle snakes crept out, one measuring, with
the rattles included, five feet, in length, and
three and a half inches in diameter. The
rattles were ileven in number, the other
was about nine or ten inches shorter, with
After the fire burnt down, there was
fouud a quantity of snake bones in the hole
of the stump, which makes it very proba
ble that there wot e a number consumed by
the fire that did not crawl out whore they
could be seen.
Raily Georgia filizeu.
The Executive Cotnniiltee of the Hell
mid Everett club of Bibb, have secured
the services of Col. Hamilton Raiford, of
Jefferson county ns the chief political
Editor of this paper during the present
Presidential campaign ; which will be un
til the I.sth of November. We have re
ceived the fiist number of the Daily con
taining Col. Raiford’s Salutatory. Those
wishing to subscribe for this paper will do
aell to send in their orders soon. The
following are tlie terms of subscription,
One Duller per copy for two mouths.
To dubs of fifty $lO cash.
Orders accompanied with the cash and
addressed. Daily Georgia Citizen Ma
con Ga. will, the Editor says, receive
— ♦—- - .
Greene Superior four!.
“Oil Saturday, after a hard weeks work,
and all tlie cases being continued on ac
count of the abscuce of Counsel aud other
causes, the Superior Court of Greene ad
journed to the time for its regular sitting
in March next.
Our readers will see in our columns the
Presentments of the Grand Jury, which
embody facts, in relation to selling slaves
liquor, that should be considered well by
the citixeus of our County, and more par
ticularly the citizens of Greeneshoro, as
we have learned that some of our negroes
are becoming very insubordinate on ac
count of being intoxicated, and have to he
actually coat fined in Jail, f*o keep them
from the brtt*e. This state of things should ;
no longer exist, if there is any possible i
chance of ferreting out the persons who j
are. thus degrading our slave population, i
That portion, of’the Presentments, in re
lation to Ihe enforcement of our uatrol
laws, should not escape the attention of
the officers, whose duty it is to have them
rigidly enforced, and, as wo learn.it is al
most impossible to get men who are com
missioned to act as patrols, to perform scr
i vice in obedience to the laws, neither fear
nor affection should deter, their being pun
ished for tho violation of said laws, for
without these laws are enforced, what may
we not expect our slaves to be guilty of?
if indeed it be true that there are suspi
cious white men wandering through out
His honor Judge li.vKttis during the
whole week in every ease that came
up for trial, manifested unmitigated zeal,
that Justice should be executed, to the
criminal, as well as to the combatc.r in
his civil cause, “though the heavens should
fail,” Long may Judge Harris occupy
the position lie now holds, as a dispenser
of Justice, and at; enforcer of the laws.
Cause oftiie Failure oftlie Mails.
Doubtless our citizens are anxious to
know the cause of the frequent failures of
the Mail. The Covington Times while
speaking of the failures in that town, says:
Oar mails have failed three times during
the present week, resulting each time as
we learn, front the absence of one of the
Route Agents on the Georgia Railroad,
who, it is alleged, has dosertod his post for
the move agreeable task of paying bis ‘-dis
tresses” to one of the gentler sex.”
We wish the young gentleman to have
a Short courtship, if the charge is true, as
v-e think, a long courtship under stieli cir
cumstances would prove deleterious to the
community, and might not be very agree
able to hint, should lie desire a continu
ance of the position lie now occupies.
Classification of Subscribers.
Somebody, who is evidently posted, di
vides newspaper subscribers into tix clas
ses, which are capable of innumerable sub
The first class arc the uprights. These
are men who take newspapers, pay for
them ami read them. They do the thing
They pay first and then read. They
arc generally intelligent men, and consid
er that they get the worth of their money.
It seems as fair and just to them that the
newspaper should he paid for, as a barrel
of flour or anew coat. They never enter
tained any other opinion. When the ycai
runs out, they are on hand again with the
pay. This class, the editor remarks, are
near and dear to the heart of the printer.
Their image is embalmed in his affections,
and they are universally respected.
‘Che second class aro do wells. Titov
are in some degree related to the first.—
They pay uy during the first six months—
‘intended to do so before, but forgot it.”
(?) —They never forgot it if they fail to
receive the paper once a week. But these
patrons will do. They won't let the prin
ter suffer if occasionally reminded < f their
The third class are the easy doers.—
They believe in newspapers—always read.
They take tiic paper without turning.—
They come up like men and pay for the
year, The next year rolls along, fait they
quiet themselves with the conviction that
they paid for the first, year, and on the
strength of that, neglects the printer till
he begins to inquire after the state of their
health, pockets, &c., when they wake to
the fact that they are in arrears, and after
a few weeks grunting and grumbling, they
come forward witlqfifty excuses, and pay
the old score.
There are many such newspaper patrons.
They never dispute the printer’s bill, how
ever- They kuow that books well posted
tell better stories than treacherous, inoss
covered memories. If (he printer can
manage to beg bis way till these wheel
horses pay up, lie may possibly get along
after a fashion, but it is a hazardous de
pendence - •
The next class arc the down hillcrs.—
One of these will take a paper because
“wife wants it,” or neighbor persuades
him. When it begins to come lie spends
no thoughts upon it further. Intliccourse
of the year, if the constable visits him lie
may pay up grudgingly, but with growls
and with surely looks. An ordinary dun
has'no more effect upon bun than a bullet lias
outlie side of a hippopotamus. The. prin
ter can’t live with such.
The fifth class are the nix cum a rouse.
They never pay fo> - the paper—nor any
thing else. They are always grumbling
at the editor too. They don’t like bis
paper ; it don’t give no news ; never liked
it—didn’t- leant it in the first place ; told
the postmaster so ; sent back one a year
ago, and didn’t begin to take it for a long
time'after it come; liav’nt bad but two or
three numbers, and then (mint bem read,
and so on to the end of the chapter.
Thus they talk, but the printer can read
all this like a “book.” They have a
niche in bis memory, and lie tries, through
Lis paper, to instruct them in their duty
and make better men of them. He finds it
an uphill business, however, aud soon
gives them up as be should.
The sixth and last class is the scape
grace. Every body knows what a scape
grace is. One of these fellows never fails
to take five or six newspapers. When be
thinks they come about long enough
for the publisher to want bis pay, be sends
word to “stop it,” or decamps for parts
unknown He never intends to pay for
it, and don’t. It doesen’t take many
such fellows to starve out the printer. —
Such are the varietes of mankind who
“take the papers.”
On Tuesday the I lth Inst, by the Rev.
Wm. Bryan, Mr. 8. E. Ray of Warren
County, to Miss lH*lin Bmtlh of Greene
Revolutionari/ fifties. — The Lancaster
Ledger says : *
Wo are informed that Mr. Joseph
Hughes in digging a ditch on his place,
some ten miles below flic Hanging Rock
battle ground and eight miles from the
place of Gates’ defeat (the old Lee place,)
dug up three old musket barrels, locks,
bands, Ac. He could find no signs of the
stocks, time having obliterated all impress
of them. They are supposed to he relics
of the battle of Hanging Reck, or Gates’
defeat. Will some friend in tl#; neighbor
hood solve the mystery, or give its any
information respecting them, obtained by
tradition or from the oldest inhabitant.
IIP A traveller, passing through Wes
ton, near Bridgewater, seeing a sign over
the door with t his one word “‘Agorsqrdore,”
he called to the woman to inquiro wliat
she sold, whon she -said she diet not sell
.anything, hut that “‘Agues were cured
Agricultural Progress of North Caro
lina.—Thirty years ago, North Carolina
abandoned the growth of cotton, owing to
causes not very clearly- defined, but such
as that the season was too short, ihe
“spring too backward,” soil too thin, &c..
but has returned toitu! Ii vastly’ increas
ed energy producing a greater yield in one
county now, than iu the whole State for
merly. And it is making the cotton-grow
ing districts rich, signs of which are seen
in the. improvement of’ lands, of buildings,
and the general condition of the popula
tion. There are already planters who
make 1,000 bags, which, at SSO per bag,
is $50,000; and, ten years ago, the same
men did noT produce a bale !
There are published, in the United
States and Canada, nearly three thousand
newspapers. More than one half are week
lies ; the remainder arc divided between
semi-weeklies and dailies.
The Choice Case. —The Atlanta Loco
motive, of the Sth inst., says ; “This
case, which was so ably • argued a few
days since before tlio Supreme court, liasi
been decided. The opinion of the Judges
was delivered yesterday evening. The
court has refused to grant anew trial to
the unfortunate young man.”
A young gentleman who has just mar
ried a little uudersized beauty, says she
would have been taller, but she is made ?!
such precious materials that nature could
not afford it.
Crawlers - —Vr hat a precious set of peo
ple arc the grumblers ! As if this world
be improved by scolding, or blue-devils
exercised by wearing sackcloth and ashes!
The optimists are the only true philoso
phers. He who expects a fair day tn-mor
row, has twice as much sunshine as lie who
predicts a foul one; since he has fine
weather in his fancy to-day, with as good
a chance as the grumbler to have it in fact
to-morrow. Lite is, tor tl e most part,
what we choose to make it, and brightens
or darkens with our imaginations. Me
who finds it all black is a very morbid man
ora very bad one, and the poets who pic
ture it in sable colors generally desenbe
only the effects of their own sin or indi
gOetloti. — True Democrat.
Some vicious old bachelor, doubtless, in
vented the following to fill up a column in
his newspaper : “The census taker in
New Milford, Gunn., found three (Id maids
who were each two years younger than
they were in 1850 !"’
The Harrisburg (Pa.) Telegraph save
“A lady had been in the habit of picking
her teeth with pins. A trifling humor was
the consequence, which terminated in a
cancel. 1 lie brass and quicksilver used in
making the pins will account for this cir
cumstance.—Pins are always pernicious to
the teeth, and should novel be used a
Colton Dla fket.
Aiulsta.—For the past three business
days ending Monday 17th, the prices
ranged bolwc.-n 9 and 11 cents.
Li Vhr pool., Sept 3d.—The sales of cot
ton for the past week reached 95.000 bales.
All grades have slightly improved, and
the middling and lower qualities have ad
vanced £d. Fair Orleans 7gd; and Mid
dling Orleans 6,Jd.
Greene Superior Court September
Presentments of the Grand Jury.
We, the Grand Jury, selected and sworn
for tlie September Term 1860, of Greene
Superior Gourt, beg leave respectfully to
submit the following presentments.
We have examined through appropriate
committees the Records of the Superior
and Inferior Courts and Court of Ordinary,
we find them neatly and correctly
and properly balanced, and vouchers for
the several disbursements made, reflecting
much credit on the ptficers in charge.
We find the Court House in good order
with the exception of the windows which
need some repairs. The Jail we find In
good condition, and neatly kept. Wo find
all the Bridges in the county in fair condi
tion. tho roads generally through the
county in fine condition except however,
the roads in the 160th District and a short
piece of load from Mrs. Daniels ford on
Fishing Creek to Mr. John Wilson’s oi.
Penfield and Scull Shoals roads, which
should be attended to as early as possible.
Wo find that the County Treasurer had
on band a balance of $308,72, at March
Couit and lias received since in various
sums $85,00 ir.akiug $393,72, aud that he
lias paid out for which lie has proper
vouchers $569,22. leaving a balance to his
credit of $175,50.
We recommend that a neat armed cliaii
well cushioned he furnished for the use of
His Honor the Judge,
In view of the corruption of our slave
population from having access to liquor,
and their association with the haunts of
liquor, and from the ruinous aiui distinc
tive effects of the retailing shops through
our county, and in view of the great diffi
culty of reaching them with the wholesome
laVs of the land we respectfully recom
mend to our Senator and Representatives
in the next Legislature, the passage of a
law increasing the license for this county
to such n rate as they in their wisdom may
We find also the Patrol Law is very |
loosely enforced in mu county, and the
negroes thereby becoming more or less’
insubordinate, olteii being found under tin: j
influence of liijuor nmi even on the .Sab-1
hath day at church, thereby disturbing the
worship of the Hanctuaiy, and often re
sulting in serious difficulties among them
selves. We recommend to the Justices of
ti t Inferior Court, that they have the
l’atrol Law rigidly enforced at thoir ear
And furthermore ns we have reason to
believe that there arc at this time quite a
number of suspicious white men straggling
about tho country, visiting uegro quarters
and conversing with negroes, and other
wise disturbing the good order, peace and
quietude of the country, and in view of
the political excitement of our country, we
recommend proper vigilance throughout
the County in the enforcement of the law
in bringing all such characters to justice.
In taking leave of his Honor Judge
Ivkrson L. H arris, we beg leave to offer
our sincere thanks for his great kindness
and courtesy towards this body. Our
thanks aro also une our worthy Solicitor
General Wm. A. Lofton, for his kind and
prompt attention to this body.
We congratulate not only this commu
nity but the whole Circuit in having se
cured the services of such able aud distin
Wc recommend that these Piesentinonts
be published in the Planters’ Weekly, at
Will am W. Moore, Foreman.
Aicbihalcl 11. Perkins. John Colclough.
John W. S wan, A. 13. Sharp,
William R. Wilson, John P. Harris,
Wm. 13. Johnson, Thomas J. Allen,
David Leslie, Albert King,
Francis Hester, Win. 0. Cheney,
Janies F. Geer. L. D Carlton
Thomas B. Wilson, P. W. I'rintup,
V. 1). Gresham, William A. Corry,
S. J. Jernigam G. S.Thnnclll,
William Rowland, Sr. Asa Rhodes.
Oi: motion, oidered that the above Pre
sentments be published as lequcsted.
September Term 1860.
A true extract from the Minutes of tho
i Court this 17th day ol September 1860.
ISAAC R. HALL, Clerk.
Judson’s Mountain Herb Pills.
llow strange and wonderful it often §:;r..s
to us that a medicine composed erßlmplc moun
tain herbs and roots, i-liould so certainly seaich
out and cure disease. llow surprising that the
lr.diaas should know and preserve so long and
well > secret that has escaped the seai ch of the
greatest physicians ttib world has ever seen.—
True, the ancient inhabitants of JAxico were
a strange race, found by the Spaniards living
in large cities, and allowing for their sltangc
custom.'and religion as well civilized as their
cot querors. I.- the words of a’ writer of some
celebrity, “They have perished rom the earth,
their cities arc gigantic pi.es of nr ns. their
Kings aud Princes so mighty m their life, arc
forgotten ; their ruins and their j-odioine arc
alone left.” The unite el testimony oi .“11 intel
ligent persons is, that J uLon's Mountain Perl
l‘d s are the most successful nudici; eir.e tb“
world in curii.gdisea.se.
jgr J<ison’s M ountain Herb Pills are sold
by all Medicine Dealers. [Se|/t % 12 Im.
r i h Oxye<Miak!d Batters.
The quulit cs of this medicine have placed it upon
uu iujperitfhnblc foundation, la destroying riia ases,
and inducing health, it has no parallel
For the following Complaints Bittern arc a
to wit: Dyspepsia, oil Indigestion, Heart
BraXt AceiiHiY, Costivenbss, Loss of Appltite
Headache, and General Debility.
I.i many seciionsof our country this preperation
is naively used by physicians m their practice,
and it seems to have restored many to health who
were app trently bey >nd tho reach of the heali g art.
From \\ A llarp, Kiiiter (’ovingtonßa., Times.
Oovixgtox, April 7, I 6>.
Messrs. S W. Fowlb and Cos.
Gentlemen : -Having derived benefit from the u.-c
ol the OxygenA rED Hittehs, lam gl t<l to do the
public a iavor by ncouim-nding thou. For Dys
pepsia and it-; attfii lant eviid, ( consider it a remedy
ol ineotimthle value. W. A. HaUP.
Itcm irkahlc Case of an Aged Person.
Richmond, Tint, v Cos , P.\ , Aug. 2>, 1 5 59.
Messrs S. AV. Fowls ami Cos.
Genii- m n. —Alter suffer.tig thirty years with
Dyspepsia, ao'l tiyin , t ruiiv remedies recommended
for that disease without any good result, 1 was in
duu and by Dr. K. 11. Waite to give the Oxygkka
ted L'ltteks a trial. I took two bottles which guv.
me much relief; I cjnclu led to try two more,
which have nearly or quite (fleeted a cure. I am
now nearly seventy five years of ago, and for three
months past have eaten my foo l without experirnc
ing the slightest inconvenience or suffering; and it
is with pleasure that In commend your remedy to
dyspeptics. A. HEUAKD.
Prepared by SETH W FOWLE & Cos., Bos
ton, and for sale by J. llesky Wood, Greenes
boro, and by neariy all druggists. aug22-4w.
EVEN THOSE who are ia the enjoyment of good
health frequently hare need to have recourse to tou
ics as preventives of disease. We are nevertoo well
armored against the assaults of the “ills that fish
are heir to.” Such an invigorator they may find in
Hostetter’s Bitters—a medicine that cannot be taken
regularly without giving vitality aud elasticity to
the system. At this season particularly, the strong
est man is not proof against the malaria, in certain
sections of the country In all cases of Fever and
Agu", the Bitters is more potent than any amount of
quinine, while the most dangerous cases of bilious
(ever yield to its wonderful properties. Those who
have tried the medicine will never use any other, for
any of the ailments which the Hostetler Bitters pro
less to subdue. To those who have not made the ex
periment, we cordially recommend an early applies
lion to the Bitters, whenever they are stricken by
diseases of the digestive organs.
Sold by druggists and dealers generally every
where. S e advertisement in another column.
August 22,1860. —wlm.
jif Tlie readers of the Weekly
are requested to notice the advertisement, in snotber
column, of Dr. J. boveeDods’ Imperial Wine Bitters,
for sale in Oreencshoro by Crabbe and Weaver
They have recently been tested and approved by one
of the first Physicians in the South, slid although
tiiey have been but few weeks before the people of
Georgia, yet you can hear their praise from all sec
tions of the State. Bead the general advertisement
See What Ayer’s Sarsapai ilia does
for Derangements of the Liver.
Stott’sCbossisg, TalladcgaCo., Ala.,9th Aug. ’69.
Da. J. C. Ayes, Lowell, Mass.—
Sir: I lake my pen to tell yun what your Sarsapa
rilla and Cathartic Pills have done lor Die. I had
been afflicted with Liver Complaint for six years, du
ring which I was never well, and much of the time
very sick. My liver was sore to the touch, and the
Doctors said was congestion. I suffered from severe
costivenesa and Diarrhoea ultimately. My skin was
clammy and unhealthy; my eyes and skin often vel
low. O.cusioaally I had a voracious appetite, but
generally none at all. A riiradliil sensation of op.
preesion on my stomach, with languor and a gloomy
sensation of sickness all over, kept me in angnfsli.—
Yon cannot know how much I suffered from ao inde
scribable feeling of distress The long continuance of
this condition, without relief, had worn me out so
that I never expected to be better; but reading in the
Christian Advocate, of your Sarsaparilla, I com
menced taking it with occasional small doses of your
I’llls, to regulate the bowels as you direct, from
the first it had more effect upon my disorder than
I supposed anything could hare. I regained my
healtn rapidly,.and now after eleven weeks, enjoy as
good health and strength ss any oiher man. May
the'‘Dispenser nt all good” shower blessings on yon.
0 .lohw W. KroTT.
Peps red by Dli i. C. AYER and CO I/iw s ll Mm. ‘
UEOKGIA, Grceuc Count}’.
WHEREAS Sain tcl K. Walker applies for
Letteis of Administration tie bonis non
upon the Estate o( Mathew Walker, dec’d.
These are therefore to cite and admon’shall
and singular, the kindred and creditors of said
deceased, to bernd appear at the Court of Or
dinary, to be held in an for said couniy, on
the first Monday in November next, to show
cause (if any they have) why raid Letters
should not then bo granted.
Given under mv hand at office in Greenesboro, Sep
tember sth, 1860. EUGEN’IUS L. KING, Onl y.
WILL be sold before the court house door
” in the city of Greenesboro, on the first
Tuesday in November next, Eighty (85) Five
act es of land, more or less, (widow’s dower,
28 1-3 acres reserved during her life), belong
ing to the estate of George Barnhart, deceas
ed, and adjoining lands of Wright, Stroz er
and others. Sold for the benefit of the heirs
and creditors. A. C. BO OX, Adm'r
September, 12ih 2860.
GEORGIA, Greene County.
All persons having demands against Eliz
abeth Richards, late of said county dec’d.
(who was i olict of Herod Irby, deceased, and
had a life estate in the estate of said llerod
Irby;) will please present them to the under
s:gned duly attested within the time prescrib
ed by law; and those indebted will make pay
ment to the undersigned at an early day.
ISAAC A. W ILLIAMS, Ex’r.
of Herod Irby, deceased.
September sth, 1860. Ow.
NOTICE TO TEACHERS.
TIIE “Board of Education” for Grocne
County, stands adjourned to meet at the
Court-House in Greenesboro, on the first Tues
day in OCTOBER next, at 10 o’clock, a.
Teachers who ospect to participate in the
public funds for educational purposes, and who
have not been examined, arc notified to attend.
By order of the Board
EUGENIUS L. KING, Sec’rv
„ Board of Education.
Greenesboro’, August 29th 1800.
Requests us to announce his name as a candi
date for ti e office of Tax Bceeicer or the ensu
ing election in January next. _ rep 15-ts
ANY quantity of Good Bair Hides received
at the Crawfordville TAN YARD on the
usual terms by C. A. BEASLEY
Crawfordsvilia, Stpl 19—lir
Has received from Niriv York a large ‘supply, f
LADIES’ MESS GOODS!
en , < * beautiful styles among which lic
Rich fancy Dices Si Is, of new ar.d elcgan’
designs ; °
Reel Irish Pop lies, ofbenutifnl colors;
Mo:i c Antique Silks, of rich and splendid
st, “8 ;
131a ‘ Silks, with small figures on both -ides;
Fi'cnc.. Tinted Rep Mcrinoes and All W ol
Superior 4.4£n’Q„cb ar.d Engl sit Print*;
ll ch Applique aro Point Lace Collars and
Under .Sleeves, in setth;
Applique and Po nt hero Collars, at veiy
low pr ices ;
Ladies’ Embroidered, and Lire Trimmed
(.inen Cambric Handkerchiefs, if elegant
7rid.es’ Hem .? ich Linen C'.mbric add
french Lawn II md erchiefs;
French Embroidered Muslin Collars and
Undcrslceves, in setts;
French Embroid rmi Cambric Collars and
Lndersleeve-, in setts;
Valenciennes and Thread Laces Woikcd
Jaconet Edg ngs and Ftouncingß, >f new and
beaut !ul sttles;
a l le an<l Half Mourning
Plain White French Organdie Muslins, ol
Fancy NoufH-t Muslins, for Ladies’ Evening
i * rci>B*B.
, , ALSO,
A full Supply of
among which are
Superior Saxony, JFelsh and Shaker Flan
Saxony Pla’ds, of beautiful styles for C'tiil
r Tw eedsand Uassimercs, for Youth’s and
> >ys tTlotbmg;
■Superior 4.4 Irish Linens and Zone Zawns;
*uperi r 42 and 45 inch Pillow C’ase Zin
/Superior 12 4 Zinen Sheetings and Dama k
O’ hitney Blankets, of extra size and quality;
Negro Blanket , a iatge supply ;
. A lar ? e of Bleached and Brown Shirt
ing- and -Sheetings;
• . Br . tat variet y of other articles, suit
able for Family or Plantation use.
ihe public are respectfully invite! to ex
amine the assortment.
-September 19, ]SCO-tf.
“ FAN MILLS;
f|MIE subscribers have for sale
MONTGOMZ'UY At BItO’S.,
Celebrated Wheat Fans.
That will clean a bushel per minute. Also
Horse Powcis and Threshers,
Inquire of J. CUNNINGHAM,
or HOWELL & NEARY.
N. B.— ‘ ustomers wanting grinding done
must have it in the Mills the first of the week.
recnesboro, April 18, 1860 ts, J. C.
Painting and Glazing,
w. wagw om.
undersigned having had several years
J. experience in the business, is now pre
pared to execute all orders in the best style
at short notice, and on reasonable terms. ’
Orders solicited and filled with promptness
Green ceftoro Ga., Sept. 12, 1880. ty.
IFoBV.u arn all persons from Fishing, Hunting !
or otherwise tresspassing on mv farm, as I
am determined tnproeeeute to the full extent of’
the luw any one disregarding this notice,
Aug 15, IBiki.lt n SAMI'FI. DAVH.
r piIB undersigned has put up a shop for the
X purpose of Mnkfng ami Repairing
Double Guns, Rifles 4 Pistols.
1 will do all work entrusted to me with neat
ness and dispatch, on reasonable terms, and
warrant it. Give me a Call. Shop over
J. P. AhlstroXs’ Jewelry store.
Greenesboro’. July 18, 1800. 3„,_
LOOK AT THIS! *
GRAND ALL PRISE SCHEME
Tor September 1860.
GEORGIA STATE LOTTERY .
mckinney a eo., naugm,
Authorized by special Act of the Legislature
ev.irt ticket a pbize.
Halves, Quartek, and EiuhtS in Puopoktjon.
To be Drawn Each Saturday in 1860.
In the City of Savannah, Georgia.
Class 87, to be Dtawn Sept. 1, 1860.
Class *B, to be Drawn Sept. 8,18 Go!
Class 89 to be Drawn Nept 15, 1860..
C'asß 90, to beDrawn &-pt. 22, 18H0.I
Class 91, to be Draw n ?cpt. 29, 1860.1
1 P’z. or&i.OOOis $60,000 ! lof 1 000 are #5 niltv
-1 “ 10,060 is 20,000 I 2 “ ‘ SOO are* I 'nST
1 “ 9.000 is 10 000 2 - m ire -
1 “ 5.000 is 6,000 2 mill eno
1 “ 4.000 is 4,0(i0| 2 - m a ,t S
1 “ 300 ig 3,000 | lod “ 100 are 10 OuOi
1 “ 2,000 is 2,000 100 - 76 am 7 60ft
9” non p *' sof) 9 11,0 “ SO.” X
asga: oi *i
50.305 Prizes Arutliig to $375,000
I V7ILL BE DB.VWN TniS MONTH.
; CsrTi pic ares of Packaoks will be SO UI at the fol
lowing- rates whirl! is the.risk :
Certificate of Packages of 16 Whole Tickets 880.
“ “ 16 Half •• 4„.
“ 16 Quarters “ 20.
11 16 Eighth “ - to
THE GOLD MIXD! !
ALL PRIZES AKI> NO BLANKS
W hich tukes place on even- W ( dnesdav and Satur
day in 1860
7S Number, 13 Fra wit Hallofs
J f! ~ac #;5,00a
l , , ; lz ” i 6 0,0
1 •• of <>•::
+> -of 126 ; ‘to i
40 of 112 50 are s '™,
*?? “ *’* >9O are !6 200
f J “J me |,,i26.
.. v l d,e 1.300
o* l-> aro tir \
lOdie r,5 ( ,
;-16S •• ? ilre 135.260
of i uru
77,176 Prize.- A.iiourili; z
Whole Tickrts $5, ,
*3harrs in I’tdjiortion.
tickkts 0R FIRTIFT
IAI fc,.B —K"(-l ,H, the inohcy to uur address lor it.a
ticket!i ordered, on recequ u t w hich they will | H . f or .
warded by first tnuil. PuHhaeeis cat. Lave tickH ,
ending in any figure U, y n lu y and. siguate.
The list of drawn numt-ers and |.r z-s w.ll b et ,.,„ ,
to pjirchua. rs iinmcdiutelr after the draw it.o.
All cotmnunioatimisstrictly cunfident n’ **
Orders lor Tickets or Certifii-iites, l,y m.iil or E.,
press t” be direct- il to McKiXNKY an.l f O
Novembers. 19 9|y 8. vac,ah, Gu
DR. J. H. McLSAN S
b./cngthpiiiug i'ortila! & Blood Pnrifirr.
THh GBEATESTUE.iI BAY I\ THE HOKLII.
tjloot Dclielatsut a
Ugh (fit! L.-dial
tific and Vegetable com
pound, procured by the
distillation ot Knots, Mhu
Herhy and Bark. Yel Hn
low Dock, Blood
Sarsaparilla, Wild Clter After tiklllg.
ry, and Dandelion entera its compound. The entire
active remedial prfneiples of each ingredient is thor
oughly extracted by tny method of distilling, pro
ducing a delicious, exhilernting spirit, and the most
infallible remedy for renovating the diseased sys
tem, and restoring the sick, aulferingand debilitated
invalid to health and Stbexgth.
McLean’s Strengthening Cordial
WILL F.KFSCTIJALLT CORK J.-
LIVER COMPLAINT. DY'PEPSp 1 ;
Jaundice, Chronic or Nervous Debility, Diseases ol
the Kidney, and all Diseases arising from a Disorder
ed Liver or Stomach, Dyspepsia, Heartburn, Inward
Piles, Acidity or Sickness ol the Stomach, Fulness of
Blood so (he Ilead, Dull Paiii or Swimming in the
Head, Palpitation of the Heart, Fullness or weight
in (lie Stomach, Sour Eructations, Cimaking or Sof
'ocating Feeling when lying down, Dryness or Y< I
lowneasof the Skin and eyes; Night Sweats, Inward
Fevees, Pain in the Small of the Back, Cheat or S de,.
Sudden Flush of Ileat, Depres-ion ol Spirits, Fright
lul Dreams, Langor Despondency or anv Nervous
Disease, Sores or Blotches on the Skin, and Fever
and Ague—or Chills and F. ver.
Over a million of Bottles
Have been sold during the last six months, and in no
instance has it failed in giving entire satisfaction.—
Who then, will fuller Irjru Weakness or Debility
when McLkan’s Stubnct.iknino Coßrit.u. will cure
you. No language can convey an adequate idea of
the immediate and almost miraculous change produ
ced by taking thiaCordial iathedieeaseed, rtebifilated
and shattered nervouseystein, whether broken down
by excess, weak by nature, or impaired by sickness,
the relaxed und unstrung organization is restored to
its pristine health and vigor.
Or others conscious of inability from whatever causa
will find McLtan’s Strengthening Cordial a tin Tough
regenerator of (he system; and all who may have in
ured themselves by improper indulgences', wifi find
n this Cordial u certain and speedy remedy.
To The Ladies,
McLhan's Stkxuthbncng Cordial
Is a sovereign and speedy cure for
... . . t'.NSUMCTION, WHITKS,
Obstructed or Difficult Menstration, Inscontinence of
tbw^ , n D,^ l !;!;!* rT D ir char >? c thereof, Falling of
c?d e e"rF^lei ne * a ’ Ft,DUng * Dd Diaea ‘“
THERE IS NO MIBTAKE ABOUT IT.
Ittfe' < ! , * W '. Tak ® sl “coding t Direelions.
a strengthen, and invigorate vou and
cause the bloom of health to moudt your check again.
XVIRr BOTTLC IS WARUAWTRD TO OIV* SATISFACTION.
tJL f J 0 n rChil J lrC ?. are * ick, y, ponv, nr afflicted, Me
I/CRn s Corpial will make them healthy, fat and rohost
Delay not >"M.ment. try it.. and you will be convinced
IT IS DELICIOUS TO TAKE.
®? w * r ol Druggist, or dealers who mv
t.h UpaD - T ? u •°"' B*V Pr - or sarsaparilla
.. a Ca ” cl,ca P’ */>" ‘• just
, auoh , “** n ‘ A " k for McLean's
strengthen Cordial, and lake nothing cite, It ia the
,ba ‘P ur| fj ,h * blood thoroughly,
and at ihe same tima>trengtbcn the system. B 7
One tableapoontul taken every irwirning lasting it
YHlniV PreTeB ‘ i,,C r “ r Chills snd Fever,
* £ge bXV 0r “" r Pr,U “" ,n ’ di4e *“ 11 ‘* P*“ P
Prloo only #1 per bottle, or six poiflrs ft A.
Hole Proprietor of this Cordial
■, . . , MeLesn's Volcanic Oil I,'meot
SI Lamh M 4 ’“’ T Ihe corner of Third and Pine ft t.
11l Louis Mo iuf gale liy Massry and Lmsdrtl