F From tke Savannah Republican.
I We published some days agt>, letters
[Jom this State to the Charlston Mercury,
|j'ntaiing assurances that the “Southern
Khts” party here was only waiting for
Ke Declaration yf independence of
Mouth Carolina. Wyghave published al
ii) the resolutions adopted by the friends
Elf Gov. McDonald in Sc riven and Jasper
Bounties, pledging themselves to the sup
port of South Carolina with their * rifles’
■nd ‘ daggers ,’ and fightiug for her ,to the
Meath.’ Acting npon such assurances,
She Carolinians congratulated themselves
En the co-operation (that is the word
Eow) of the McDonald party* Mr. Rhett
End the Charleston Mercury so under
stood it. Mr. Rhett even endorsed Gov.
■McDonald to the ‘fire worshippers’ of
■Fort Moultrie, He told them that he was
blowing a ,bugle blast’—that ‘Georgia
was coming’—that the ‘cause was a
good one’—and that ‘he did not dread
The McDonal presses in this State
protested against the course of this letter
writes, who pledged their party to co-op
erate with South Carolina, if she would
only lead off. They did not want the se
cret divulged so soon. But the South
ern Standard has spoilt all their plans.
That paper has recently been established
at Charleston to oppose seperate State
action and advocate a southern confeder
acy—the exact policy the McDonald par
ty, as we understand it.—Read the fol
lowing and see how the Standard ‘lets
the cat out of the bag.’
Mississippi.—We publish to-day, the
procedings of the State Rights Conven
tion of this State. It will be seen there
from that they are determind on resistance
but are not ready for secession.—Why?
Thai’s the question. Suppose they do
not choose to expose their plan, who has
the right to require it of them? Not
their opponents. It is sufficient for them
that the one party sustains, whilst the
other condemns the compromise, and is
determind to resist it. The issue then
before the people, is their approval or
disapproval of that measure, and the—
Southern party have the right, at present,
so to confine that issue. There is no
necessity for its embarrassment with any
other question. Upon the merits of the
compromise they ought to, and will fight
the battle, and w ho can doubt of the final
result? But the compromise party seem
to be unwillinw to meet the issue in this
form, and, as in Georgia and Ala
bama, so in Mississippi, they are striving
and they refer to us and our position as
indicative of what would be, in the other
States were the Southern Rights party
in power there. Under such circumstan
ces, it were well for us to consider wheth
er we ought to make isses for the South
ern party of other Slates. Our position
has already forced them to maintain the
right of secession. So far it is all very
well. But it has further compelled them
to deny its expediency under preseat cir
cumstances, and this was a fatal error.
It binds them to oppose secession even in
the new aggression is made upon our
rights. Is it fair, is it considerate, is it
kind in ns, uninieiitionally, but yet, not
the less surely, to help their opponents
in thus pressing them to the wall ?—They
choose for the pressnt to fight on their
own platform, (hat is, resistance of some
sort to the compromise. Ought they not
to be permitted to do this? It would be
time enough to make out their plan of
resistance, after they had establisned
themselves as the dominant party of their
States. To require them lUmv in their
-?atejX'iW|[iTff r i,‘fl'v. abu'possibre minorty,
to expose tlieinselvs to division on the na
ture of the remdeay is the most certain
course, we could possibly devise, to keep
them in a minority forever. Then we
ought to let them alone: Del them first
confirm a majority in favor of the abstract
right of secession; let them break down
effectually all the old party walls, and in
the mean time let us prepare and keep
prepared, and the time will come for ef
fectual resistance. It ma not come next
month, or next year, but it will come in
good time. The farmer may not know
in dry weather, when it will rain, and his
hope may long be deferred, but lie still pre
pair for the rain. Let us do likewise, and
all will be right in the end.
Here the peole of Georgia have ex
posed to them the whole scheme of the
disunionists, or secessionists, as co oper
ationists- in other words, the party which
nominated Gov. McDonald as its ‘expo
nent and standard bearer.’ Give the—
‘Southern Rights’ or co-opertion party
the majority in Georgia, Alabama and
Mississippi and ,bt!n t 1 ,7 will nvow * he j r
purpose— then they will tell what their
designs are. Until they are in the ma i
jority however, they are to fight under
false colors. Power is all. they want to
rent the Union into ten. thousand frag
Bail Hoad Excursion.
A great throng of people went down to
Oglethorpe on Thursday to celebrate the oc
casion of opening the Rail Road to that place
and a considerable crowd did not go that
wanted to, beefluse the accommodations,
lUgh extensive, were net equal to the de
nied. Consequently, way passengers at
Valley and other points on the road,
cpuld not be taken down. Whereat great
the wrath of the disappointed ! At
Oglethorpe, the crowd was so great that the ‘
last of corn-bread and last gill of raw whis- |
key had gone to the ‘ tomb of the Capulels’ |
long before half were satisfied. On the re
turn of the train, some mischievous person
had greased the rail for the distance of a mile
on an ascending grade, which detained the
Rfeeajg an hour to overcome. One gentleman
ipißahp Dukes of Houston, who was aid
| ing m pdhJiing forward the cars had the mis
fortune tilUl on the track and have one of
his legs flnSWully smashed by the wheel
passing over Citizen.
Progress of DeSfaMsm. —The Nation
al Guards of both * ; ”tw and Tuscany
are to be disbanded.
Not a hat was lifted at leghorn on the
Duke’s landing from the
brought him from Naples. There cun.
tinued to be much bad feeling at Flo%>
In the sitting of the 17th, the chamber
ofDepulies ofTurin passed, by 103 votes
to 30, the bill authorizing the Govern
ment to contract a loan of 75 millions of
francs, for the construction of railways,
with the proviso that said sum shall be
placed on mortgage on the railway lines
to be constructed.
Venice is to be forthwith again consti
tuted a free port. At present her ri
val Mrieste, monopolises the trade of the
In Rome a native army of 6,000 men
is to be raised. It costs S3O a head to
raise them, besides expenses of commis
sions, Sic., the whole expense of raising
6,000 men being $200,000.
New Orleans, -July 5, 1851.
Advices from the city of Mexico to
the 21st ult.—two weeks later—have
Congress was still in session, discuss
ing the national debt.
The G ivernment had issued orders
for all the Americans engaged in the Te
huantepec road to leave immediately, and
had sent troops to enforce the decree
A revolution was daily expected in fa
vor of Santa Anna.
It is said that General Arista had a
bandoned the liberals, on a bribe from
the priests of $350,000.
The Cuban Government have deman
ded the recall of the Mexican Consul at
Havana, on the ground of his being con
nected with Lopez in the recent expedi
Passed , affirmed and ordered for the
government of the town of Oglethorpe,
by the Commissioners, in pursuance of
the authority vested by the Act of In
Reporting Offiencies by Officers,
h shall be the duty of the Marshal, to
report at each sitting of the Board, all
violations of the ordinances of the Town,
that may have come to his knowledge
since the last report, and to bring before
said Board all persons committed to the
guard-house, or arrested for violation of
the ordinance of the town, or infraction
ofits peace and good order.
Summoniug Offenders by Marshal.
Every person aginst whom any inform
ation is exhibited, (unless especially direc
ted in this ordinance,) shall be sdmmned
by note in writing, served upon him or
her, or left at his or her usual place of
abode by any Officer of the Town, one
day at least before the meeting of the
Board, to appear and answer the charge;
aud if upon such summons such party
shall refuse or neglect to appear, or ren-
der sufficient excuse under oath for his
non-appearance, such refusal or neglect
shall not prevent the Commissioners from
proceeding to try sttch offender? ’ And
any person summond as a witness to ap
pear in any case to be tried by the com
missioners, who shall refuse or neglect to
attend or render a sufficient excuse for
Itis non-attendance, (on oath or by proof)
shall be fined in a sum not sxceeding
Collecting of Fines.
When a fine is imposed by the Board,
it shall be the duty of the Clerk, when
called on by the Marsal, to issue execution
against the body, or the goods and prop
erty of the person fined ; which execution
shall bear test in the name of the Board,
And be directed to the Marshal, or any
Constable of the town.
When the president or any member of
the Board, shall impose a fine for any vi
olation of any ordinance of the Town, he
shall JLrtltwlth, as soon as re
port the same to the Clerk, that iUmav be
entered on record, and when so ente'red,
execution may issue instanter thereon as
in all cases of the sale of goods under
execution, fiiAeen days notice thereof
shall be given in one of the Gazettes of
the Town, by direction of the Board.
If ho to Pay.
When the prosecutor in any case shall
require the Marshal to summon more than
two persons to prove the same thing, lie
shall be answerable for the fees, and in
case of conviction, the delinquent shall
pay cost; end when their is no con
viction, the Board shall not be liable
for the cost. In case of groundles and
malicious prosecutions, the prosecutor if
not an Officer, shall pay the cost.
Biliard Tables —Pin Alleyes.
No person or persons shall keep bil
liard (able or pin alley for pubic use, with
out fiirst obtaining a license from lhe,Clerk
for which license he shall pay the sum of
Twenty-Five Dollars per annum, for a
billiard table and the same for a bowling
saloon, nine or ten pin alley, or alley
of any other number of pins—said sum to
be paid at the time of obtaining the li
cense, and at each renewal. No keeper
of such tables, bowling saloon or alleys,
shall permit them to be played on Sun
days or at unseasonable hours, viz: not
Efeeatgcihan 12 o’clock at night, under a
penal|fc of Five Dollars for each and eve
ry by the owner or keeper, and
the be paid by each person so
playißg.jHikd it is farther provided, that
any perl!fl|isolating this ordinance in
any other Way than as above recited,
shall forfeit and a sum not exceed
ing Twenty Dol!arsdfar each and every
offence, to be assesse||wy the Board.
“to the inlfcTc!
We the undersigned takers opportu
nity of expressing our full sa&faction
from the travel from
Oglethorpe, Ga. by the first trip.
The trip from Quincy to Oglethorpe,
a distance of One Hundred and forty five
miles, was performed within twenty six
hours (including all stopages.) At Ogle
thorpe you can take the Rail Road, by
w hich you are lauded in Macon in three
We are informed that passengers who
leave Macon by the Rail Road to Ogle
thorpe, at 6 o’clock, A. M. on Mondays,
Wednesdays and Fridays, can arrive at
Tallahassee on the following days, (viz:
Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays,)
until the first of August at which time the
daily Mail Line Commences.
C. H. AUSTIN,
Jno. W. RINALD/,
Chas. E. GROOVER,
F. P. HAYWARD,
J. D. DENSON,
O. B. BALLON.
Oglethorpe Prices Current.
BACON, Hams, per lb. . 13 cts.
Sides, “ ; 12J
Shoulders, “ . 11£ al2
BUTTER, Goshen “ : 25 a 30
Country “ . 12 a 15
COFFEE, “ m. 14 a 16
CANDLES, Sperm “ . 50 a 60
Adamantine, “ . 40 aSO
Tallow,. “ . 25 a 30
FLOUR, per bbl. $8 50a900
No. 1. “ 15 00 a 16 50
“ “ 2. “ 14
“ “ 3. “ 12 50
CORN, per bushel, 1 00 a 1 25
MEAL “ 1 25
LARU, per lb, . . 12 al4
LEAD, “ , 10 al2
MOLASSES, per gallon 45
SYRUP, N. O. 5O a 55
Clarified 90 a 1 00
SUGAR, “ : 10 a 12
SALT, per bushel, . 1 00 a1 25
RICE, per lb. . . 5 a 5]
OIL, Linseed, per gallon 1 25 a 1 50
TURPENTINE “ 1 00a 1 25
TALLOW, per lb. T 10a 12
BEES’ WAX, per hi. . 20a 25
NAILS, peril). . 6a 7
FORT GAINEsTpRICES CURRENT.
corrected weekly by the merchants.
Baninng—Kctucky, 16a 18 Rice—lb, i 5a 6
India, : 18a20 Nails—* t - 5a 6
Rope, per lb. : 9a 10 Oil—Lamp 175a 200
Bacon—harm, per lb, 12 Linseed, 125
sides, 11 Train. 1 00
shoulders “ 10 Peas—bushel 100a 125
Pork—areas, bbl. $lB a S2O la-in. Syrup bi, 4 00
Butter—country, lb, 15 a2O Shot—bag, 1 75 a 2 00
Candles—sperm, “ 45 a55 Soap—per ib. 8
adamantine,” 40a50Steel— cast, lb. 20a25
Candies—box, $4 00 Blistered” 18a20
Castings, per lb, 6 Tallow, “ 8
Coffee—Rio, 37 Sugar—St c.roix, lb, 10 al2
Cotton, : : 8 N. Orleans, “ 8a 10
Fish—Mackerel, 1 |I4 Loaf “ 16
No. 8. : 13 Refined, “ 10a 11
No. 3. : 12 50 Crushed, l5 al6
Corn, per bushel, 100 Spirits—brandy, 50 a I 50
Flour—western, bbl. 700 cogniac, gal. 350 a 4 00
Canal “ 800 apple, “ *2 a75
Glass—-per box, 275 a3 00 Rum—jamaica“ 150
Cub Powder-keg, 650a 700 N. England, 50 a62
Hides—dry, lb. 8 a 9 Whiskey—raw, 35
Iron—sweedcs.il), 5a 7 mo*nngahala, 85 a 100
English, “ 4a 6 rectified, “ SO
Lard, : : I2Gin—holland, I 75a2 00
Lead, : : 8 american, 62
Mollasses—gallon, 42a 41 Vinegar—per gallon, 37a49
Salt—sack, 150 Wines—per gal, 74 aI 00
FOUR MONTHS after date application
will be made to the Court of Ordina
ry of Macon county for leave to sell a negro
FOUR months after date application will
be made to the Honorable Inferior
Court of Marion County, when setting for or.
dinary purposes for leave to sell the land and
negroes belonging to the estate of Phebe
Peebles, late of Marion County dec’d,
ISAAC 11. PEEBLES, Adm’r.
July 9th, 1851. 13 4m
LOT No. 9 on Square 3 on the Corner
of Macon and Chatham Streets. Ap
ply to PHILIP COOK.
Oglethorpe, July 3, 1851. 12-ts.
YONGE * ODEN, \
FACTOR SV AND
NO. 94 BAY-STREET,
w. r. YONUE. [july 17 6m.] w. oden.
N. OUSLEY fy SON,
GOEFREY OUSLEY fy CO.,
JAMES E. GODFREY,
n. ouslev, July 17, 1851.
B. F. OUSLEY. 14-6 m.
ANDREWS HARDWICK fy CO.,
HARDWICK If COOKE,
We take this method of informing our
friends and patrons of South-Western Geor s
pia that we are now receiving supplies of
BAGGING, ROPE, SALT, SUGAR
AND COFFEE, at our Store in Oglethorpe
for the accommodation of our patrons.
As wo only intend keeping the leading
artirles above nann‘d,any oilier articles dial
our patrons wain, will be ordered for
them at the shortest notice. We will re
ceive the Cotton of Planters at Oglethorpe,
or at any other point onjthe South-Western
Rail Road, and forward it to our house in
Savannah, making liberal advances on the
same, when required, and account for the
nett proceeds at Oglethorpe; or we will sell
it at Oglethorpe if the owners desire it. We
have the facilities for storing at Oglethorpe,
should any of our patrons wish it held at that
From the facilities we can afford to Plan
ters, by doing their business either at Ogle
thorpe or Savannah, and furnishing them
with their supplies at Oglethorpe or at any
point on the Road, a strict attention to busi
ness, and a scrupulous regard for their inter
est, we hope will procure for us a liberal
share of patronage.
John F. Andrews,
John G. Cooke July 17, 1851.
RiciiardS. Hardwick. 14 6m,
Another Sale in Oglethorpe.
WEDNESDAY, the 6th day of Au-
VP gust next, will be offered for tale in the
town of Oglethorpe, the present terminus of
the South-Western Railroad, a number of
business lots, and also, lots of a large size,
for residences. The Railroad is now com
plete to that place, and the Cars runs there
Oglethorpe during the past year, and up
to the present lime, has been free from dis
ease, from local causes, ns much so as any
place in tho State. This is no exaggerated
statement made for the purpose of mislead-’
ing any one. The fact in relation to the
health of the place, can be established by the
citizens residing there.
It is known that three Banks have already
made arrangemunts for the establishment of
Agencies iu Oglethorpe, to afford facilities
for the purchase of cotton, and others will
doubtless do ikewise in time for the business
TERMS—In consequence of the present
scarcity of money, the cash payment will be
nearly nominal, the remainder in two equal
instalments on the first of January next, and
the first of January thereafter- Titles will
be executed upon the payment of the last
E. G. CABANISS.
July 17,1851. 15—ts
1200 Acres of Land
THE Subscriber offers for sale, his plan
tation, consisting of 600 acres lying
four rnilas from Americus and sixteen miles
from Oglethorpe, on the road leading from
Americus to Oglethorpe. 150 acres of land
under cultivation, 75 acres fresh land.
Said premises are well watered with Springs
and a small creek running entirely through
the 600 acre lot,
Alb three other lots with small improve
ments, mostly oak and hickory. Any person
wishing to purchase said premises, or any of
said Lands would do well to call and exam
ine the growing crop upon said premises.
The Subscriber can at all times be found
on the plantation, and will lake great pleas
ure in showing the premises to any person
calling, ALEXANDER RAMSEY.
July 17,1851, 14-6 m.
WILL be sold in (lie town of Ogle
thorpe on Monday the fourth
day of Agust next, the following property to
The Groceries and billiard table, belong
ing to Suggs Ac Wilton, to satisfy two fi. fas.
in favor of the Councilor Oglethorpe vs. said
Suggs 6c Wilson
JAMES R. NELSON, Mrashnl.
July 17,1851. 14— 2c
Lost or Mislaid.
A Note of hand bearing date 24th of May
~ a* G g' ven b Y Allen Meeks, for $32
with interest from date, made payable to
James Mcquillen or bearer, on the first day
of October next. JAMES McQUILLF.N.
Oglethorpe, July 17, 1851, 14-Bt.
THE Subscriber announces to the peo
ple of Oglethorpe and surrounding
he has now on hand, and will
continue to receive, Buggies, Carriages,
ftockaways.l&c., and will sell on reasonable
erms. Tl.oV wishing to purchase anything |
n his line are invited to call and examine
nis Stock, at G. C. Carmichael 6c Co’s.
Ware House, Corner of Baker and Cuylor
T.M. JACKSON, Agent.
Oglethorpe, July 9tli, 1851. 13 ts
THE Subscriber in order to effect a
change in his business, offers bis entire
Stock, Consisting of Diy Goods, Hard-ware,
Crockery, Druggs, Medicine, Hats, Boots,
Shoes dtc., at very reduced prices. Those
in want of such articles will do well to call
WM. H. BREWER.
Oglethorpe, July 9tii, 1851. 13 ts
Town Lot for Sale.
Number three, in Square three, is of-1
sered for Sale. It is situated on Sum
ter Street, and is bioad side of die Magnolia
House. For terms enquire of C. B. Young
Oglethorpe, July 9th, 1851. 13 5t
J. Kaufman & Bro.
FLOUR, Sugar, Coffee, Rice, Molasses,
Syrup, Lemon Syrup, Tobacco, Soap,
Candles, due. 6cc. Just received and for
sale. Cheap for Cash.
Oglethorpe, July 9ib, 1851. 13 ts
West Oglethorpe ?
SITUATED on tho risejof Land West
of the present locality of the City of
Immediately after crossing the Branch.—
Ground high and rolling, water good. Town
Lots suitable for business or residence. The
Lots are immediately on the main road lead
ing to Pondtown and Americas from which
direction the principle trade for this point
will come. Those desirous of health or
sar.t locations, will do well to call and exam..]
ine for themselves. Lots have already been
sold to the amounuof several thousand dol
lars. Apply to the subscribers on the prem
j. w. HERRING,
N. L. ANGIER.
West Oglethorpe, July 9, 1851. 13 ts
Rates of toll at
S. H. CLARK’S [FERRY.
On Flint River.
i fP*!**K MAN and Horse, 10
Ox Cart; 25
t Horse Waggon or Buggy, 25
2 “ “ “ 30
2 “ Close Carriage, Barauch or
4 or 6 Mule team, 40
Anew Bridge is now built on the road from
the Ferry to Oglethorpe across Buck’s Creek,
making the distance only two and half miles
from the Ferry. The landings are as good
as any on the River.
July 9th, 1851. 13 6m
Court of Ordinary, July Term, 1851.
Present’ the Honorable Ichabod Davis,
George Williams, and Nathan Bryan
WHEREAS, James S. Hollinshed,
Administrator of Miles K. Harman,
deceased. Conrad Murph, Administrator of
Jacob Jasper Slappey, deceased, and James
G. Moulton and McKinnelli Taylor, Admin
istrators of Thomas Taylor, deceased, have
duly petitioned the Court for letters of dis
mission from the Estates they severally rep
resent: Therefore, all persons concerned,
are hereby cited to appear at the regular
Term of said Court, on the Second Monday
in January next, to show cause, (if any they
canj why said letters of dismission should not
be granted in terms of the Law.
Given under my hand, at Office, in La
nier, this 7th day of July, A. 1). 1851.
W. W. CORBITT, C. C. O.
July 9th, 1851. 13 6m.
WILL be sold in the City of Oglethorpe
on Thursday, 24ih inn., between the
usual hours for sale, one bay horse and one
sorrel mare, levied on as the property of
John Crene, to satisfy a 6-fa issued from the
Commissioners of Oglethorpe vs. said Crene.
Jas. R. NELSON, Marshal.
Oglethorpe, July 9th, 1851. 13 2t
GEORG I A.Ma’cON COUNTY.
WHEREAS Nathan G. Lewis applies
tome for letters of Guardianship for
the Orphans of Wilson Doster, late of said
Tliesn are therefore to cite, summons and
admonish all persons concerned, that they be
and apnear ai my Office within the time pre
scribed by law, to file their objections, if any
they have, otherwise said letters will bo
W. W. CORBITT, C. C. O.
July 9th, 1851. 13 lm
GEORGIA, MACON COUNTY.*
WHEREAS, W. J. H. Carlcton applies
to me for letters of Administration on
the estate of Dr. I. M. H. Carleton dec’d.
These are therefore to cite and admonish
all and singular the kindred and creditors of
said deceased to bo and appeal at my Office
within the lime prescribed by Law, to show
cause if any they have or can why said let
tei should not be granted.
W. W. CORBITT, C. C, O.
Jely 9th, 185 L 13 l m
The subscriber possesses
a leceipt to enable any person to make
Ice, in any climate, with but little expense
or trouble. The process is simple, and can
be accomplished by the most limited under
standing, so as the produce front even warm
water, in the hottest climate, a pure ice, c
qual in every essential to that formed by na
tural causes. The luxury of always having
at one’s will, in the heat of summer, a pure
and delicious Ice, will readily be conceded;
and its advantages, in cases of sickness, can
not be too greatly prized. By this same
process warm water can be rendered deligli
ftilly cold in about 5 minutes, and ice creams,
with many other luxuries, can be made in
from 10 to 20 minutes.
The following notice of this great discove
ry is taken from the Vew York Sun:
“A Real Luxury.—Dr. Janies R. Wil
mington piodnces, by an artificial process,
pure and solid ine, from warm water, in tho
heat of summer, in less than half hour. And
lie can render a barrel of water as cold as ice
itself in a very few minutes. Thisdiscov
ery must be of immense value to all living
Terms. —This receipt, which contains full
instructions for making ice and icecreams,
cooling water, and unnumerous other useful
matters will bo forwarded to order for Two
Dollars, by addressing Dr. Jas. R. Wilmin
ton, 122 Nussau st., N. Y.
One Agent only will be appointed in each
county, and those desiring the agency must
forward SSO, for which they will receive 37
copies of the pamphlet, containing full in
Look Out for the New
OMNIBUS AND HACK LINE.
rpHE Public are respectfully informed that the under
t signed is now running a I luck from Oglethorpe for
thepurposo of conveying passengers to any point within
fifty miles. Also he will convey passengers front the
Kail Rond Depot to any part us the City, on the most ac
J. R. WALDROP. j
June'26. 185’, 11-ts, Jj
! ¥1 AEDY MADE CLOTHING at Cost,
JL& Tof (Sash, by DONEY &. Cos.
July Ist 1851. 12-ts.
- - ■
Macon Sheriff Sales.
Wit v he sold on the First Tu-'vl:y in August neit be for*
” the Court House iu Lanier, within the legal hours
of sale, the follow ing property to wit.
Four Mules, levied on as the property of
McKinnitli Taylor, to satisfy two fi fas from
Macon Superior Court, one in favor of Isaac
Winsliip the other in favor of John Sturdi
vant, one vs. said Taylor, the other vs. Mc-
Kinnetlt Taylor, Alexander Taylor and Ja*.
THOMAS DIXON, Sh’ff.
May 29. 851.
A New Livery, Sale and Eveliange
Located on tlic corner or Randolph
and Chatham Streets, in full viexv of
The Oglethorpe Hotel,
WILL be completed and ready for
business by the 20ih Inst. At this
Stable will be kept, Morses Buggies, Carri
ages and Vehickles of all descriptions, to
hire, sell or swap. Persons will be sent to
any poiht in Georgia. Ilorses boarded by
the month, week or day. Persons coming
to our place to take the cars, can find a large
airy, comfortable and well kept Stable to
leave their Horses at. The Lots adjacent
to the Slables, are shaded by a heantiful
grove, and well supplied with running water;
Drovers are therefore, invited to give us a
call, as ample provision will be made for
A. VV. COLLINS, G. W. ASHBURN,
J. C. ASHBURN, M. S. McKENZIE.
Oglethorpe July 1,1851. 12-6 m.
r-f-u G. C. (’ARMICIIAJL&C*.
T&MMW THE Subscribers having as
oSBItMKIK sociated themselves under the
above name, for the purpose of transactir.g a
General Ware-House and Commission
Business, take this method ol informing the
Planters and Merchants generally, tiiat they
are now prepared to receive Cotton in Store
or nny other Goods on consignment.
They will have on hand at all time*
Bagging, Rope, Twine, Sugar, Coffee,
Salt, Iron, 6fC. S;c.
Liberal Advances made on cotton when
Messrs. Logan it Atkinson; Macon, Ga.,
“ Neely & Fleming; Griffin, “
J.IP. Harvey. G. C. Carmichael,
Oglethorpe, July 3,1851. 12-ly.
GEORGIA, Macon County.
ITS OUR Months after date application will
’ bo made to the Court ot Ordinary of
said County for an order to sell lot of land
No. 130 in tho Second District of once Mus
cogee, now said county of Macon, ai the
property of William Tomlinson decea 4e j (
for the benefit of his heirs and creditors.
E. GU r Admv.
May 24 1851. “-4.
There w ill be preaching at this place,
commencing tomorrow night, and contin
ue Saturday nnd Sunday, by Rev. J, H.
Campbell, T. J. ThrelkeM, and other
Baptist ministers; at which time they ex
pect to form a Baptist Church.