TJie Abolitionists; rcrwlM|sl§ and
1\ it inured astonishing to hdtitr the |
harmony which exists urrifMTffibe above,
named parties. We have already pub-1
lislied the resolutions the Charleston j
and Syracuse Conventions* compliment* j
ing each other’s doctrines. It seems that
die affiliation did not stop the resolutions
and address of the National Ami-Slave
ry Convention which assembled at Chi
cago, /llinois, oil die 3rd of July, are
said to he| cjuiie as denunciatory of the
Compromise measures as the hotiesl I* irel
Eaters could desire. There
States; represented, and J
openly’ proclaimed as |, IW
• he Abolumnisls in the
not r< jP p °iSwffidiiionisis and Southern
at all singular. They are
after the same object, viz: die disso
lution of the Union. The only difference j
>etween them is, that they have different!
pretexts.^The Abolitionists believe that!
In desiroy slavery, they must first destroy
‘he Union. The Southern ultraists, on
the contrary, conlened that nothing bnt
disunion can perpetuate slavery. With
these different objects ostensibly in view,
those opposite tactions are industriously
engaged in attempts to excite the Ameri
can people both North and South.
J bey have even railed in the aid of
British lecturers and writers to accom
plislt their purposes. Thompson a mem
ber ol the Britise Parliament,is sent to
excite the North, while another British
emissary finds his way, most mysterious
ly, into the Editorial chair ot one of the
most ultra disunion organs of South Car
olina ! Each is careful to appeal to the
prejudices and passions of tiiosc among
whom he operates. The John 801 l
<d New England is a furious Abolitionist,
while the John Bull who blows at Colum
bia surpasses even Rhett himself in vio
lent denunciations; of the Compromise
measures, and in profe&uonW xLHWion
to the institution of slavery. The truth
is, the missions of both is well understood
by the disunion leaders of the respective
sections to which they are sent, /t seems
from the extracts from Mr. Duncan’s let
ter in our last, that England herself is
fully in the secret, and stands ready se
cretly, if not openly, to hack any move
meiurtiKb w vutj tir~nHr imsu>
lution of the Union.
Will not the honest, patrio ‘
the country hesitate I (> uf-fj 00(ls
“ id ‘ n P“ r ‘>- thus Lamt g i /w
aßed f Surely the i‘
veil when fore'ip’- SilU Bonnets !
tic traitors wi* 1 ‘” a >’ t’®*"™ l
. n and Shoes, Hat* atta Caps,
s9to*w.. j . und a good assortment of
Family Groceries •
An we shall make no allowance for long credit and
bad debts , we are confident that we can and will make
it tot lie advantage of those wishing to buy to call and
examine our stock lie torn purchasing elsewhere.
T. A. SWEARINGEN, \ A. G. V. DONEY.
April Bth, 1851. I—6rn
Practices in the Counties of Houston, Mron, Dooly
Sumter, Marion, ‘l‘albot, and Crawford.
April 8, 1851. 1-ly,
JAMES K. SELLERS,
WATCH MAKER &. 7SWSLB&,
(3L WOULD respectfully inform the public that lie
permanently located in Oglethorpe, for the
of Repairing Clocks, W&tchea, Jewelry
Ate. lie will visit all the principle towns and villages in
South-Western Georgia, during the summer months for
the purpose of executing any work in Ids line of business
that may present itself. All repairing done in a work
manlike manner, ami warranted.
April 21 ih, 1851 3-ts.
GEORGIA, MACON COUNTY.
WHEREAS, W. J. H. Carleton applies
to mu for letters of Administration on
the estate of Dr. I. M. 11. Carleton dec’d.
These are therefore to cite and admonish
all and singular the kindred and creditors of
said deceased to be and appear at my Office
within the time prescribed by Law, to show
cause if any they have or 9011 why said let
ter should not be granted;
w. VV. CORBITT, C. C, O.
July 9th, 1861. 13 i m
RAEDY MADE CLOTHING at Cost,
for Cash, by DONEY fc Cos.
July Ist 1851. 12-ts.
West Oglethorpe ?
SITUATED on iho 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. Tha
Lots are immediately on the main road lead
ing lo Pondtown and Americus, from which
direction (lie principle trade for this point
will come. Those desirous of health or plea.,
sar.t locations, will do well to call and exam
ine for themselves. Lots have already been
sold to the amount of several thousand dol
lars. Apply to the subscribers on the prem
J. w. HERRING,
N. L. ANGIER.
West Oglethorpe, July 9, 1851. 13 ts
LOT No. 9 on Square 3 on the Cornet
of Macon and Chatham Streets. Ap
ply to PHILIP COOK.
Oglethorpe, July 8, 185’. 12-ts.
=fs —V V jji h
A liille boy was otic day 1 ’'‘'ftr s
; his sister, when snddenly
j fled and enraged at j )er a
> had accidently dtrne, he MW 4
! a very’ severe blow on the (irew | ler
The litde girl immediately
! ;•<>■! *“S *S: w
anil kisseu him, saying, ,vj,
c0,.1d ‘yon do so !’ , for
The poor boy w He could
sncii a ni< r ! affection of his
no! *tann ueUnjifr .11 jl„
were louched, and he
sister, el °
sister took the corner of tier a
'pron and wiped away his tears, and sought
to comfort him by saying, with endearing
sweetness and generous affections, ‘Don’t
civ, Grorgo, you did not hurt me much.’
Itm lie only wept the more. No wonder !it
was enough to make anybody weep.
lint why did George weep I Poor little
fellow! Would lie have wept if liia sister
hadStttick him as he had struck her'? Not
I ho. liut,by kissing him as she did. she
; made him feel more acutely than if she had
| beaten him blue.
Here was a kiss for a blow, love for anger,
and this is what is meant by overcoming evil
with good. __ :
Proceedings of the Second District
Americas, July 29, 1851.
A convention of the Constitutional Un
ion party this day assembled at the Pres
byterian Church, for die purpose of nomina
ting a candidate to represent the Second
Congressional District in the next Congress
of the United.. States, when the convention
was called to order by Peter J Strozier,
Esq.;tfri whose motion Tlios. F. VVooldrige,
a delegate front die county of Muscogee, was
called to the chair, with a view to organize,
and Hugh M. D. King of Sumter was reques
ted to act as Secretary.
The counties of the District being called,
the following delegates appeared and took
their seats, viz: from the county of
Baker —Peter J. Strozier, R.K. Hines, Jr
Decatur —Richard Sims. .
■Dooly —F. K, Lewis, Seth Kellum.
Houston —Dempsy Brown, Geo. Walker
Marion— -John M.Alinter, Elbert Melton.
Muscogee —Thos. F. VVooldrige, Tlios.
Al. Hogan, Wm. Williamson, A. C, Alyrton.
Randolph —Tlios. P. Jester, J. *S. Sap
pington, E. W. Hodges, W. C. Perkins.
Stewart —Charles H. Warren. B, S, Wor
.ll, j -- tiv—
Sumter —William Mims, C. J. Malone.
,1/ny 7th 1350. ~ 4-ts.
Attorney and Counsellor at Law,
Blakely, Early Co„Ga.
March 25, 1851. I—ly
~l\ (j. ARRINGTON,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
AND NOTARY PUBLIC,
Oglethorpe, Macon Couuty, Gai
April 17, 13 SO. 2—ly
Drs, THOMASON & DAVISON,
jDESI ECTFULLY inform their friends and the public
-It generally that they continue the practice of Medi
cine in the new town of Oglethor]ie. Ar one of them
has had several years experience in the piactice of
Medicine, they (latter themselves that they will be able
to treat the various diseases of the human system in a
scientific and successful manner. A share of public pa
tronage is respectiully solicited.
One of them may be found at their office at all hours,
except when professionally engaged.
KrOfiico on the comer of Sumpter and Crescent Sts.
A. M. Thomason, M. D. | J. C. Davison, M. D.
April7,lßsl. ] ts
MESSRS. NELSON 4 CUMMINS ...Id inform tho
public that permits hiring Buggies from their Stables
must expect to pay on the. delivery of them,and persons
boarding horses with them must pay monthly. Their ne
cessities require this course. All persons indebted to
them by note or account will please settle iumtediatelv
April 241 h, 1851: i). t f
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
WILL practice and transact faithfully all buiiinessen
trusteil to liis charge in tho comities of
Macon, Marion, Stewart, Sumpter, Dooly
May 7th 1851 4-6 m
~ NEW STORE.
Carson, Grier & Cos.
HAVE just received from New York and
opened at their New Store, opposite
Price’s Ware House, Baker Street, a large
and desirable stock of Spring and
Consisting of every variety of
Staple anrl Ftincy Dry Goods,
Boots, and Shoes, Hals and Bonnets, Hard
ware, Cutlery and Crockery, Drugs & Med.,
icines, Ready made Clothing’, Sadlery,
tioncry, Jewelry &c., &c. All of which
have been carefully selected, am] will be sold
on very reasoneble terms. The Citizens of
Macon and adjacent Counties are respectful
ly invited to cull and examine our slock be
fore making their purchases.
We would ulso call the attention of those
in the vicinity of LANIER, to our Store in
that place, where we have a Stock equal
to any in Oglethorpe, and where almost any
article desired can be had on good terms by
calling at the Brick Store.
J. M. GREER,
Oglethorpe May, 15 1851. stf
Immediately after the thrird balloting, Mr.
Mims withdrew the name of Mr. Brown, and
announced Wiliiam H. Crawford for nomi
nation. When the name of Mr. Crawford
was mentioned, there was considerable ap
Mr. Patterson then withdtew the name of
The business of the Convention being then
suspended five minutes, the President resum
ed the chair.
Mr. Morton withdrew the name of Col.
Mr, Mims also withdrew the name of Mr.
On motion of Mr.Perkins—
Resolved, That JAMES JOHNSON,
Esq. of the county of Muscogee, be now
unanimously nominated, by acclamation, as
the candidate of the Constitutional Union
party to represent the second congressional
district in the next Congress of the United
Oil niotirig of Mr. Malone—
Resolved. That a committee of three be
appointed to wail on Mr. Johnson, and in
form him of his nomination, and respect
fully invite him to appear before (lie con
The chair appointed Messrs. Malone,
and Hawkins, as that Committe.
Mr. Strozier being called for earnestly
addresed the convention.
In a short lime, the committee introduced
Mr. Johnson, who was greeted with great
The President then briefly a ddressecLMr.
Johnson, and read to him the resolul on by
which his name had been presented for Con
Air. Johnson responded ii^handsome terms,
and accepted the nomination.
After the applause had subsided, William
H. Crawford was,,fondly called for, who re
plied in a speech of great force and brillian
cy, tendering his hearty support to the nomi
nee of the convention.
On motion of Mr. Jester—
Resolved, That the thanks of the Conven
tion be tendered to William 11. Crawford
Esq. for his able and practical speech first
On motion of Mr. Morton—
Resolved, That we will give to the candi
date selected by this convention to represent
us in Congress, our cordial, united and firm
support, and that we will use ail honorable
means to secure his election.
On motion of Mr. Worrell—
Resolved. That a committee of vigilance,
composed of one from each county in the
district be, appointed by the chair.
Whereupon the chair announced the Com-
bo spared for the d„-K*SLu;.JO>eCa t ttfoae'who'ltttwr
them with their patronage.
Annexed to the establishment is a large Lot and com
modious Stables, sufficient for the acconuaodation ol
March 25, 1851. l ly
PHILIP T. FEARS takes this method
of informing the citizens of Oglethorpe
and its vicinity that he is now prepared te
take likenesses in a neat and superior man
ner, in Breastpins. Lockets, Morroco, Silk
and velvet cases. Delay not, then, to se
cure one or more of the mementoes of life,
which, under the trying circumstances of a
final seperation, no price can purchase.
Rooms at the Drug Store on Baker Street.
May 22, 1851. 6-ts.
LOT No, 3, in square No. 0, in the town of Oglethorpe
fronting on Afacon Street, next lot to Messrs. Doney
& co’s Store. For particulars apply at this oflee, or ad
dress the subscribers at Knoxville, Ga.
WALTON & VINING.
May 7th 1851. 4-3 m
GEORGIA —Macon County
Court of Ordinary , May Term 1851.
Present their Honors, Icliabod Davis, Jo
seplt Mott, George Williams, O. C. Horne !
and Nathan Bryan, Justices. I
IT appearing to the Court that Abigal |
Doster, Adnt’r on the Estate of Wilson
Doster, dec’d, has fully settled up said Estate
as appeared by the vouchers filed in office,
and prays to be dismissed from said Admin
istration. It is therefore ordered by the
Court that the Cleik of this Court cause a
Notice to be published, calling upon all per- 1
sens concerned, to be and appear at the
November Term of said Court and show
cause if any they have why letters of Dis
mission should not be granted.
A true extract from the minutes.
W. W. CORBITT, Cl’k.
May 22,1851; 6-m6m.
OST or mislaid, three promissory
Mud notes made by Messrs Foster and
Trotter, as principal, and David Russ,
(the name of the other security not, recol
lected) as securities, made payable to the
President and Board of Commissioners of
the Town of Oglethoipe, the first note
will be due on or about the Ist of Septem
ber, the second on or about the Ist of
January next, and the third on or about
the Ist of May next, each bearing date
on the 23d day of April 1851, and each
amounting to Twelve Dollars and fifty
cents, which said notes 1 forewarn all per
son from trading for.
By order of the Board of Commission-,
ers. P. G. ARRINGTON, Clerk.
Oglethorpe, June 10. 1851. 9—ts
“IBJ"OW on hand and for sale at this Officer
Justice’s Summons, Executions &c..
Sheriffs* Deeds, Juror Summons, Bonds &c.
Any other Blanks furnished at short notice,
Allorders when accompanied by the cash,
will be promptly attended to.
lt was ordered that a copy of these
resolutions be furnished the South West
Georgian for publication.
Convention adjourned Sine die.
ICHABOD DAVIS, Pre’st.
E. W. Allen, Sec’ry.
P. S.—The State fßights, Southern
Rights, or someolher sort of Rights par
ty, assembled in Convention to. day, p. m.
Dr. B. J. Head as their
candidate, in opposition to Mr. Robin
son. E. W. A.
THE SOUTH-wife GEORGIAN,
THUR§§AY, AUGUST 7, 1851.
if ON. HOWELL C 0 ILL
OP CLARKE COUNTT.
Agents for the Georgian
Spencer Caldwell, ort Gaines • Ga
Jeter A. Hogue, ne Americus, do.
J. P. Gauiden, Bridge, do.
Col. Wm. T. PEr‘ NS > CutU ert, do.
G. Carithers.' s T Cuthbert, do.
Gilbert M. F° kes < Slade, Lee co. do.
Dr. Wm. Al tokes, Dooly co. do.
M L Hov AN * Drouksville, Stew'rt do.
A. A Br‘ tELY ’ Gr 'ffi n i P'be co. do.
John V Gr,ff,n > Gri Jfi n > do.
j rp >lav, Francisville, do.
p'We would call the attention of our
jnUsTfoers to our published Terms, and re
auei those who have not complied, to do
so delay, as our expenses are con-
f k LL persons'lndebteif to Tfie U 'Krm'oT'Pf
Am M. Jackson &, Cos., in the Counties of
Maeon, Sumter. Dooly and Marion, are no
tified that their notes and accounts have been
dlaced in the hands of Philip Cook, Esq, of
Oglethorpe, for settlement.
TANARUS: M. JACKSON <fc CO.
June 19, 1851, 10-ts,
DRS. TOWNSEND’S & SANDS’Sars
aparilla for sale at ’.taK
DONEY &. Co’s.
June 25th, 1851.
under the firm of A. WELLES &Cos.,
is this day dissolved by mutual consent. Ei
ther of the undersigned, will attend to the
business of the unsettled firm, and are au
thorised to use its name in liquidation.
Savannah, June 19, 1851. *lO-Iy
THE Undersigned having disposed of his
interest in the GROCERY BUSI
NESS to his late partner, Mr.G. F. PALMS
and J. W. WEBSTER, of tho late firm of
Swift, Deuslow & Webster, would respect
fully solicit a continuance to them of the
patronage of his late firm, A. WELLES.
Savannah, June 19, 1851. *lCKly.
COP ABTN EBSniP.
THE Undersigned having bought out the
interest of Mr. A. WELLES, of the
firm ofMessrs. A. Welles &. Cos., have form
ed a copartnership, and will continue the
WHOLE SALE GROCERY and PRO
DUCE BUSINESS, under the firm of
WEBSTER & PALMES, at the old stand
of A. W. & Cos., and respectfully solicit a
continuance of the patronage of that firm, and
of the public generally.
J, W. WEBSTER.
GEO. F. PALMES.
Savannah, June 19,1851. *lO-ly.
Macon Sheriff Sale.
WILL be sold before the Court House
door, in Lanier, within legal hours,
on the first Tuesday in August next; Lot of
land No. 46, in the second District of Macon,
County, as the Property of Levi Barfield, —
the same being the lot on which said Barfield
resides, It is to be sold under sundry Justices
Court fi fas; John K. Felton and others vs
said Barfield, Levies made and returned by
a constable. *
T fHOMAS DIXON, Sheriff
June, 25th 1851. 11.
WHEREAS Nathan G. Lewis applies
to me for letters of Guardianship for
the Orphans of Wilson Doster, late of said
These are therefore to cite, summons and
admonish all porsons concerned, that they be
and appear at my Office within the time pre
scribed by law, to file their objections, if any
they have, otherwise said letters will be
W. W. CORBITT, C. C. O.
July 9th, 185!. 18 i m
Great Union VicfrQjftt
Alabama Responds to jjprgia.
We are indebted to ij|j§J!t®wds lb®
Montgomery Alabama Jjfornol, for the fol
lowing gratifying inteJpPce. — Messenger.
The Union TicktagfiWeeping everything
in this State. fm the Mobile Dis
trii t, ill probably be the only member of
CongrmJßwe shall los<? In Montgomery
and Abercombi/leads Cochran nine
i hundred and fifty five spies and will be elec
ted by a large majority In Macon his ma
jority is eight hundred
Resolutions adored, by the Convention of
the people of chosen in obedience
to an act of * c Legislature, and conven
ed by the Guvnor on the 10 th of Decem
Ass* 1 Georgia, her choice is fraternity
an d Tnion, with constitutional rights—
heralternative self-preservation, by all
,e means which a favoring Providence
nay place at disposal.
To the end therefore, that the position
of the State may be clearly comprehend
ed by her confederates of the South and of
the North, and that she may be blame
less of all future consequences—
Be it resolved by the people of Geor
gia in Convention assembled, Ist. That
we hold the American Union, secondary
in importnee only to the rights and
principles il-was designed to perpetuate.
That past associations, present fruition,
and future prospects, will bind us to it so
long as it continues to he the safeguard
of those rights and principles.
2d. That if the thirteent original
parties to the contract, hordering the At
lantic in a narrow belt, while their sepa
rate interests were in embryo, their pecu
liar tendencies scarcely developed, their
revolurionary trials and triumphs, still
green in memory, found Union impossi
ble without Compromise, the thirty-one
of this day, may well y ield somewhat, in
the conflict of opinion and policy, to pre
serve that Uuion which has extended the
sway of republican government over a.
vast willderness, to another ocean, and
proportlQP&Stter* contained in * ihe Muiudu
a *w'fcwA* Private Medical Companion.’ Hut for
this, ere another year would have passed over my
head, in all human probability my wife would have
been in her grave, and ray children left motherleag.’
Extract from a letter.
Competence and Health.
4 * Lancaster, Pa., Oct. 24,1847.
14 My Dear Sir : I know you will have the kind
ness to hear with me in encroaching upon your time,
while I acknowledge fin behalf of myself and wife)
the obligations we Feel ourselves under to you in hav
ing made known certain matters, contained in yonr
most invaluable ‘Married Woman’s Private Medical
Companion.’ It has been worth its weight in gold
to me. If I express myself rather warmly, you will
■ee that I can not do so too warmly, when I inform
you of the extent to which I have, through it, been
benefited. I will state my situation when I obtained
your book through tho merest curiosity I look upon
it as one of the most fortunate events of my life. 1
had been married some ten years, and was the father
of seven children. I was long straggling unceasingly,
to the end that I might gain a moderate competency,
but the resalts of my utmost exertions at the end left
me about where I was at the beginning of each year;
and that only, with the most stinted economy, suffi
cing with barely the necessaries of life. Finally, this
constant effort was beginning to have its effect upon
my health: I felt less capable to endure its continu
ance, while I felt the necessity of perseverance.
“ This constant, unceasing struggle on my part was
imperative, in consequence of the prostrated condi
tion of my Wife (with occasional intermission) for six
years, much pf the time confined to her bed, and of
course incapable of taking the charge and manage
ment of household affairs. Her condition arose from
causes of which I was ignorant. Qh! what would
I have given had I the six years to live over again 1
What would my wife have given to have been spared
the long days and still longer nights prostrate on a
bed of sickness!—all of which would have been
avoided, h?d 1 then seen a copy of 4 The Maurieb
Woman’s Private Medical Companion.”’
From a Physician,
OBSTRUCTIONS, IRREGULARITIES, UC
How many are suffering from obstruction or irreg
ularities peculiar to the female system, which un
dermine their health, the effects of which they are
ignorant, and for which their delicacy forbids seeking
medical advice! How many suffer from prolapsus
uteri (falling of the womb), or fro mjluor-albus (weak
ness, debility, Ac., Ac.) I How many are in constant
agony for many months preceding confinement! How
many have difficult if not dangerous deliveries, and
whose lives are jeoparded daring such time, will find
in its pages the means of prevention, amelioration,
and rebel 1
Extract from • Letter.
To those just Married.—“ Hod I known!”
11 Philadelphia, Nov. 89, 1847.
“Dr. A. M. Mauriceau i Had I known of the its
portant mutters treated of in 1 The Married W oman'a
Private Medical Companion’ some years ago. how
much misery I might have escaped ! I have suffered
years from causes which you point out in your book,
without knowing what to do. I obtained a copy, and
found my case treated of. I trust every female will
avail herself of the information contained in ita pagaa.”
Letters are daily received of this character, unne
cessary to present.
To thoge yet unmarried, bat contemplating mar
riage, or perhaps hesitating as to the propriety of
incurring the responsibilities attendant upon it, the
importantjjg)fbeioK possessed of the revelations con
fU]t foofcimtße, impracticable to convey more fully
the various selects treated of, as tliey are of s na
ture strictly tetendod for the married, or those oon
templating marriage; neither is it necessary, since
It ia every one's duly to become possessed of knowl
edge whereto! the sufferings to which a wife, a moth
er, or a sister, may be subject, can be obviated,
or Copies will be sent by Mnil free of Postage
rSP - On the receipt of One Dollar, ■■ THE MAR.
ftlBD WdiCkN’B PKIVATK MEDICAL COM
PANIONf” is sent (mailed free/ to any j.art of the
United States. All letters must he post-paid (except
those containing a remittance), and addressed to Dr.
A. M. MAURICEAU, Box 1824, New York City.
Publishing Office, No. 189 Liberty sL, New York.
Over 30,000 Copies have been sent by MAIL
■within three months with perfect safety and car-
All persons wishing to purchase the above
work or Medicine, cao do so by applying to
we by mail or otherwise; As I am Dr. Mau
riseau’s authorized agent*
PHILIP T. FEARS—Oglethorpe Ga.
Dealer in Druggs, Medicines and Books,
Cook* corner, St. Baker
success of these principles throughout tt
State and the Union. ghj I
Be it further Resolved&fth*- r I
,F*fty, amlfhai w# are ready
she right hand of fellowship to the pa , 1
ots of all parts of the Union, and of I
politicial parties who agree with us ,
these principles, and that we will unite ir-1
council with them on all occasions f oi I
consultation, and to devise means forth- 1
proper supremacy throughout the whole I
state of the Republic.
Resolved, That we invite the Cone;, j
tutionnl Utnion Party of Georgia, to sen( ; I
Delegates to a Convention to he held a . I
Milledgeville, on the Ist Monday in J un j f
next, to nominate a Constitutional Union f
candidate for Governor, and we recoin,
mend the basis of representation of ;h e I
Convention now in session, the basis
of that Convenlian.
The Convention which assembled ur
aer the last resolution, was likewise eorm
posed about equally of members of the
old political parties. It unanimously
nominated the Hon. HOWELL COfiß
as the Union candidate for Governor and
adopted the following Resolutions, viz :
Resolved, That the Constitutional Un
ion party of Georgia, devoted to the
Union ot the States, and the sovereignty
of the States, hereby re-affirmed the re
port and resolutions of the Georgia Con
vention of 1850.
Resolved, That we have witnessed with
profound regret the opposition to these
principles by the Convention of our oppo
nents recently assembled at this place, be
cause that opposition is calculated to des
try the moral force of the position which
our State has taken before her sister State
and before the whole world—to create
divisions and dissensions among our own
people upon a great and momentous sub
ject, on which *ve should be,and on which
we have been united, and by such divi
sions and dissensions thus weakening us,
to invite renewal of aggression- upon
Southern rights, which may end in the
overthrow of our Uniog, in (lie destruc
tion of our free and happy Government,
and entailing on qursalves and children
the consequences of revolution.
Where is Judge McDonald t
When Mr. Cobh entered upon ihe caii-
of Second District, the diiuinon-
CotTj. E. BROWN;* U ,lP ,v0,,, ' ,
Dr. WM. J. JOHNSON;
JARED HUDNALL; Es*.
BENJ. HODGE, Es*.
JOSHUA HARRIS, Es*.
The Institution has an extensive Philoshphirat,
Chenuual, Astronomical and Mathematical Apparatus,
sufficient for the demonstration of all Chemical and
The pupils are received for no less a period than a
No deduction will be made for absence, unless occa*
sioned by protracted sickness.
One Half, or jiart of the tuition isexnected in advance,
and the remaining at the close of the session.
Board can he obtained, in respectable families, at
from eight to ten dollars per month.
- „ . JOHN A.GRANT.
Fout Gaines, January, 1851. I—ly Prinrijnt.
J. Kaufman if Bro’’
NEW DRY GOODS
AND CLOTHING STORE.
On Crescent Street between the Magnolia
and Pavilion Hjuses.
lIaJOULD respectfully inform the Pub-
-•*. Not* licoes, Ginph ams
Muslins, and all kind of Ladies Diess Goods*
Hose, Gloves, Laces, Edgings, Silk Parasols’
Fans, &c., together with a variety of Fancy
Articles, and a nice assortment of fine Jew
elry. Also a fine lot of READY MADE
CLOTHING, Shoes and Boots. All of
which will be sold, for cash, at New York
May 22, 1851. 6-ts.
WOULD respectfully inform the public that he is a me
hi n i ‘T- “c a -1 1 ’- can exec ’ ,e 3b. of sash, door*,
b inds and inside finishing of houses, also he can make
chain pumps at the shortest notice. He may lie found at
Boone s Hotel at all times when not engaged.
Oglethorpe, May 8, 1850. 4 6ro
Town Lot for Sale.
NUMBER three, in Square three, is of
fered for Sale. It is situated on Sum
ter Street, and is broad side of the Magnolia
House. For terms enquire of C. B. Young
Oglethorpe, July 9th, 1851. 18 6t
GEORGIA— 9IACON COUNTY,
Court of Ordinary , July Term, 1851*
Present’ the Honorable Ichabod Darii,
Oeotge Williams, and Nathan Bryan
WHEREAS, James S. Hollinshed,
Administrator of Miles K. Harman,
deceased. Conrad AJurph, Administrator of
Jacob Jasper Slappeyi, deceased, and James
. • Moulton and McKinneth Taylor, Admin
tstrators of Thomas Taylor, deceased, have
duly petitioned the Court fqr letters of dis
mission from the Estates the}* severally rep
resent: Therefore, all persons concerned,
are hereby cited to appear at s the regular
Term of said Court, on the Second Monday
in January next, to show cause, (Ifany they
why said letters of dismission should not
he granted in terms of the Law.
Given under my hand, at Office, in La>
nier, this 7th day of July, A. D. 1851.
W. W. CORBITT, C. C. O.
July 9th, 1851. 13 6)*..