THE remedy far Khetiinatism, Gout, Pain in tlw
Side. Hip, Hark, Limb* and Joint*; SoorfuJn. Kind's j
Evil, Write Swelling*. Uard Turnon, Stiff Joint*, ami I
all filed pain* whatever. Where this Flattens applied ,
Pain cannot exist.
These I’ltts.en jw*-*e* the advantages of Hein# put
up in air-tight boxes; hence they retain their full virtue*
in all climate*.
Thin celebrated P&in Extractor has been so ex ten- j
eivelv used by Physician* and the people in general,
both in this country and Europe, that it is almost need
less to say any thing about it. Vet there may lie some
who stand in need of its healing powers who have not
vet tried it. For tlteir sake* we will simply state what it
has done in tlmnsamls of cases, ami what it will do for j
them when tried.
A VOICE FROM GEORGIA.
Read the fallowing testimony from a
Gwitlf.men —Your Hebrew Plaster has cured me of
ptUß* of which 1 have suffered for twelve years past. —
I hiring this period 1 labored under an affliction of my
Joins and side, and tried many remedies that my own
medical experience suggested, hut without obtaining re
lief. At length*! \wed your Plaster, and arn now’ hy its
flood effect* entirely cure J. I will recommend the Jew j
David or Hebrew Plaster to all who are suffering from |
contraction of the muscles, or permanent pains in the i
bide or back.
The people of Georgia have but to become, acquainted
with its virtues when they will resort to its use.
Yours,truly, M. W. WALKEU, M. D.
Forsyth, Monroe Comity, Ga.
To Messrs. Scovil &, Mead, New Orleans, La.
JEW DAVID'S OR HEBREW PLAS
TER IN NORTH CAROLINA.
Messrs. Scov ill & Mead: I have been troubled with
the chronic rheumatism for the last twelve years. On
the Ist oi July. 1840,1 was so bad that I could not turn
myself in bed, and the pain so severe that I had not
slept a wink for six days. At this time my attending
physician prescribed the“ Hebrew Plaster,” and it acted
like a charm; the pain left me. and I slept more than
half of the night, and in three days I was aide to ride
out. 1 consider the ‘‘Hebrew Plaster” the host remedy
for all sorts of pains now in use. G. W. M'MINN.
Hendersonville, N. <\ Aug. ifi, 1850.
Beware of Counterfeits and htisr imitations !
The genuine will in future have, the signature of E.
Taylor on the steel plate engraved label on the top of
Purchasers are advised that a mean counterfeit of this
The genuine is sold only by us, and by our agents ap-
I pointed throughout tin* South— and ?io pedlar is allowed
|to sell il. Dealers and purchauers genrrally are catitiou-
Led against any hut our regular agents, <jthcr- I
w tbfcy will be iraput*tl uponwiih’a wortliU#article.
Otarfres street, N. General Agents for
tlm Southern States, to whom all orders must invaria
bly be addressed.
Sold by Head &. Oliver. Oglethorpe, Ga.; J. E. <fc A.
11. Thompson, Pond Town; 1 1. M* Jeter, Buna Vista;
I). Young, Americas; Dill & Marshall. Fort Gaines; W.
J. Anderson, Fort Valley; (hooper <fe Howard, Perry.—
Sold at wholesale by Haviland, Keese & Cos. New
York; Haviland, Kisley A* Cos. Augusta Ga.; Haviland
li&rrall <fc Ca and P. >l. Cohen. Charleston. S. C.
DON Elf & CO.
WOULD respectfully inform their friend, and the
public generally that they have just opened at their
STORE, ON MACON STREET, a New and well Re
dded Stock us
Fancy and Staple Dry-Goods,
Consisting of Prints , Ginghams, Muslins, Lawns, Braze
fc.fc. Also, a variety of
Straand Fancy Silk Bounds!
In addition to their general assortment may be found
Hardware, Hollow-ware, Boots and Shoes, lials and Caps ,
SatUUery, and a good assortment of
OCtAh we shall make no allowance for long credit and
hud deltts, we arc confident that wo can and will make
it to the advantage of those wishing to buy to call and
examine our stock before purchasing elsewhere.
T. A. SWEAIUNGEN, J A. G. V. DONEY.
April Bth, 1851. I—Gm
Practices in the Counties of Houston. Moon, Dooly
Sumter, Marion, Talbot, and Crawford.
April 8, 1851. 1-ly,
JAMES K. SELLERS,
WATCH 3NIAS2ES. A JBWEIER,
WOULD respectfully inform the public that lie
U\lmui permanently located in Oglethorpe, for the
*£murpn*e of Itej miring Clocks, Watches, Jewelry
A:c. lie will visit all the principle towns and villages in
South-Western Georgia, during the summer month* for
the purpose of executing any work in his line of business
that may present itself. All repairing done in a work- j
manlike manner, and warranted.
April tilth, 1851 3-ts. |
GEORGIA, MACON COUNTY.
WHEREAS, W. J. 11. Carleton applies
to int* for letters of Administration on
the estate of Dr. I. M. H. Carleton dec’d.
These are therefore lo cite and admonish I
all and singular the kindred and creditors of,
said deceased to he and appear at my Office !
within the time prescribed by Law, to short j
cause if any they have or cun why said let- [
ter should not he granted.
W. W. CORBITT, C. C, O.
July Dili, 1851. 13 ini
RAEDY MADE CLOTHING at Cost
for Cash, by DONEY & Cos. j
July Ist 1851. 12-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 tie main road lead
ing to Pondtown and Ainericus from which
direction the principle trade for this point
will come. Those desirous of health or plea.,
■ar.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
IOT No. 9 on Square 3 on the Corner
J of Macon and Chatham Streets. Ap
ply to PHILIP COOK.
Oglethorpe, July 3, 185'. 12-ts.
OV THE ‘ ,
The SOUTH-WEST GEORGIAN is
ssued every Friday morning in the new
Town of OGLETHORPE, at the low
I pi ice of Two Dollars a year, to be paid in
j OUR POLITICS.
We are now and ever have been for the
j Union. The “Georgian” will, therefore,
advocate the measures of the great conser
i votive Union Party, it will pursue a fair and
candid course towards tlie Opposition—be
stowing censure on whatever is seosnrable,
and ever battling for tiutb, regardless of the
source from whence it emanates,
j Its columns will be filled with choice selec-
I tions of Miscellaneous, Political, Domestic
and Commercial News, from a number of the
most popular Journals of the day; together
with Statistics and gegteral information on
the engrossing subjects of Intern At. Im
provement nnd Southern Manufactures.
Advertisements will be inserted on the
One Dollat per square of twelve lines of
\ less for the first insertion, and Fifty Cents for
each insertion thereafter.
A liberal deduction will be made on yearly
advertisements, or those inserted for three or
six months. Also contracts will be made
with County Officers, to advertise lor them
on the most liberal terms.
All letters on business, must be addressed
lo C. B. Youngblood, Publisher, and post
paid. YOUNGBLOOD &, ALLEN.
Oglethorpe, Ga. May 7th 1851.
Drs, THOMASON k DAVISON,
RESPECTFULLY inform their friends and the public
generally that they continue the practice of Medi
cine in the new town of Oglethorpe. As one of them
ha* had several year* experience in the practice of
Medicine, they Hatter themselves that they will he able
to treat the various disc apt* of the human system in a
scientific and successful manner. A share of public pa**
Iron age is resj>ectiullv solicited.
of them /nay he found at their office at all hours,
■Kept when professionally engaged.
‘Office on ihe corner of Sumpter ami Crescent Sts.
A. WsCiiomason, M. D. _ I J. C. Davison,
April 7,1*51. gfflffn I—ts
-- • _
ATTORNEY AT LAIV. *
WILL practice and transact faithfully all businessen
” trusted to his charge in the counties of
Macon, Marion, Stewart, Sumpter, Dooly
n and Houston.
May 7th 1851 4-6 m
( Sign”of thtMioldcn Globe)
TMIK proprietor thankful for the patronage heretofore
received would most respectfully solicit Ids friends
and the public generally to continue their support. He
has trusty servants, comfortable bed rooms, and his table
shall bestipplied with the best the country can afford,
lie will accommodate farmers who may visit Fort
Gaines, during their stay, in the very best manner and
on the most reasonable terms. Horses will be well at
tended to —the proprietor superintending the affairs of
the stable himself. JESSE B. WEBB.
March 25,1851. I—ts
GEORGIA —Macon County,
WHEREAS A. A. Irwin applies to me
for letters of Administration on the
estate of 11. W. Ellis deceased:
These are therefore to cite, summons and
admonish all persons concerned, that they be
and appear at nty office within the time pre
scribed by law, to file their objections, if any
they have, otherwise said letters will he
granted. W. W. CORBITT, c. c. o.
August 6. 1851. 17-lm.
n . N. GRAY
Attorney and Counsellor at Law,
Ulakcly, Early C0.,G0.
March 25, 1851. I — ly
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 if Spring and
] Consisting of every variety of
St:iilo anil Eaucy Dry Goods.
I Boots and Shoes, Hats and Bonnets, llard-
I waie, Cutlery and Crockery, Druggs &. Med
icines, Ready made Sndlery, Sta
tionery, Jewelry Sic. All of which
I have been caiefully selected, and will be sold
l on very reasoneblo terms. The Citizens of
i Macon and adjacent Counties are respectful
ly invited to call and examine our stock be
i fore making their purchases.
We would also 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 Ogleihorpo, 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
PEMBERTON & Sl'lfEK,
A III’. nw receiving an! will continue to receive during
the Summer a largest ock of
Family Groceries ,
consisting of Bacon, louil, Flour, isonfand Brown Sngn
t offee. Tea, Uiei*. Syrur Molasnes. Mackerel No. 1-2-3,
Whiskey, Kum, Gin, 1 undy, Wine, Porter Cordials,
14*mon Syrup, Pickles, F eserves, Sea Ddwters, Sardines,
Snuff, Siuar* Tobacco, Soap Starch, Sperm, Adanmn
, tine and Star Candb**, iogetlier with a general assort
ment of CoulectiGuerieskc. Purcand Kxtra Lead, Paint*
Oils, Putty, Varnish, Lamhlack, and a variety of other ,
Paint*, Nutl*; and man] other articles tco numerous to
mention, ell of which will he sold very low for cash,
(all and sec for yourself before purchasing elsewhere.
Their Store is on (’resent street, one dvr west of the
Pavilion House. They will give the highest market
price for Country Prulmi?, delivered at their Store.
| May 1,1851. | 36m
j - NOTICES OF g H| a
111 HOTELS. Em
Corner of Crescent and Sumter Streets
By A. M. Thomason.
FSAHEbest accomodations that the times
B and market will may he found
at the above named House, at all times.
No effort will be spared to render all who
June 5, 1851. 8-lv.
Immediately Opposite the
South Western Hail Road Depot.
s, S. BOONE?.
June 1, 1851. 7-ts.
BY JAMES BELL.
4LLEN SUTTON would respectfully
inform the public that he has opened
a large and commodious house for Public Entertainment
in the new town of Oglethorpe, under the management
i of James Bell, whose experience in the business will en
able him to give general satisfaction to all. The rooms
of the house are well finished and supplied with excel
lent beds.&c. The table will always be.
| the best fare the country can afford. In inten
, ded.if possible, to make this house ’to any in
’ South- V\ estern (Georgia. A large Brick btmdittg is now
beimrerec ted on the premises for theWrpose of affording
extensive accomodations, completed by
fall. The public are iuvitedto
RAJLJUa jb~~flOU SE~
Op posile Central Hail Road lit pot
M BY S.M. LANIER.
The Rutwcribera hep; leave to inform their friends ami the
public that they have leased the. above well known
place of reßort, and that they intend keeping them during
the summer Reason in a style suiierior to any watering
place in the up-country. The Huune will be open and
ready for the reception of visitors by the first of June,
LANIER & USHER.
N, B.—There will be a line of /Jacksat the Depot at
Cartersville at all times, to convey |ias*engcrs to the
Spring*, both from up and down trains of the Kail Road
May 15 1851. 5.3 m U& L.
J - a’ORT GAINES HOTEL
O. 11. DrkflS & JT. B. DELPII,
TTA VING purchased tlwi above named Hotel would re
•L*- spectfully infonntheir friends and the public gene
rally that they have taken charge of it. Thflee visiting
Fort Haines will please give them a call, as no pains will
be spared for the accommodation of those who favor
them with their patronage.
Annexed to the establishment is a large Lot and com
modious Stables, sufficient for the accommodation of
March 25, 1?51. I—ly
r ■ I
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.
Ruoms at the Drug Store on Baker Street.
May 22, 1851. 6-ts.
LOT No, 3, in square No. 9, in the town of Oglethorpe
fronting on Afaeon Street, next lot to Messrs. I)oney
&cos Store. Fur particulars apply at this offee, or ad
dress the subscribers at Knoxville.t.a.
WALTON & VINING.
-Way 7th 1851. 4-3 m
GEORGIA —Macon County
Court of Ordinary , May Perm 1851.
Present their Honors, Ichabod Davis, Jo
seph Mott, George Williams, O. C. Horne
and Nathan Bryan, Justices.
IT appearing to the Court that Abigal
Doster, Adm’r on the Estate of Wilson
Duster, dec’d, has fully settled up said F.state
a$ appeared by the vouchers filed in office,
and prats to be dismissed from said Admin
istration. It is therefore ordered by the
Court that tho Cleik of this Court cause a
Notice to be published, calling upon all per
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-tn Gm.
THE Subscriber announces to the peo
ple of Oglethorpe and surrounding
Country, that he has now on hand, and will
continue to receive, Buggies, Carriages,
Rockaways, &c., and will sell on reasonable
terms. Those wishing to purchase anything
in his line are invited to call and examine
his Stork, at Messrs. Lewis 6c Price’s
Wate House, on Baker Street.
T. M. JACKSON, Agent.
Oglethorpe, July 9th, 1851, 13 ts
J. Kaufman & Rro.
FLOUR, Sugar, Coffee, Rice, Molasses,
Syrup, Lemon Syrup, Tobacco, Soap,
Candles, &c. &.c. Just received and for
sale. Cheap for Cash.
Oglethorpe, July 9th, 1851. 13 ts
TKTOVV on hand and for sale at this Office,
iX Justice’s Summons, Executions 6cc.
Sheriffs’ Deeds, Juror Summons, Bonds &c
Any other Blanks furnished at short notice
Ailordcrs when accompanied by the cash
Will be promptly attended tv,
JYE ts S TORE,
ON SUMTER STREET,
First building above the Magnolia House
Smith & Rogers
HAVE on hand a w ell assor>ed stork o
SPRING 4- SUMMER GOODS
consisting of every variety of Staple and
Fancy Dry Goods
Bools and Shoes, Hats, Hardware
Cutlery, and Crockery, Druggs
SADLERY, STATIONERY, 6pc.~
All of which will be sold at COST for cJMj
Now is die time for persons wanting aiflflßi
in the Dry Goods line to supply thcMpives
on the most advantageous terms.
Oglethorpe, June 5, 1851.
THE in the
new town of situated on
the corner of Crescejand Macon Sts., near
and in full view of Rail Road Depot, is
now ofiered for&djß The building is new,
the rooms are Ineat, and airy, possessing
every conveniefee for the comfort of travel
ers a Purchasers are invited to
calljpfd examine for themselves.
dm ASHBURN, BOON & Cos.
jjsUy 28ih 1851. 7 ., f
■■niOß Sale, by DILL & MARSHALL,
IT a large quantity of Bagging, Rope and
Fort Gains, Ga. June, 1 1851. 9 ts
BACON! BACON!! We have for sale
40 Casks BACON SIDES, at the low
est market prices.
DILL & MARSHALL.
Fort Gains, Ga. June 1, 1851 9 ts
FLOUR. 75 Barrels Superfine Flour
for sale at Fort Gains, Ga. by
DILL & MARSHALL.
June 1, 1851. 9 ts.
BRANDY, WINE, GIN, WHISKEY,
SYRRUP, and VINEGAR, forsale bv
DILL & MARSHALL.
Fort Gains, Ga. June 1, 1851. 9if
SHOES, Hats, Clothing, Saddlery, crock
ery, Hardware, furniture, Nails, Salt,
Iron, Plows, Sugar, Coffee, &c. &c., for
sale at the cheap Store in Fort Gains Ga.
by, DILL & MARSHALL.
June 1, 1851. 9 ts.
A LL persons indebted to the firm of T.
M. Jackson & Cos., in the Counties of
Macon, Sumter. Dooly and Marion, are no
tified jihat their notes and accounts have been
placed in the hands of Philip Cook, Esq, of
Oglethorpe, for settlement.
T. M. JACKSON & CO.
June 19, 1851, 10-ts,
DRS. TOWNSEND’S & SANDS’Sars
aparilla for salt at
DONEY &, Co’s.
June 25th, 1851.
THE Co-partnership heretofore existing
under the firm of A. WELLES &Cos.,
is this day dissolved by mutual consent. Ei
ther of tho undersigned, will attend to the
business of the unsettled firm, and are au
thorised to use its name in liquidation.
g. f. Palmes.
Savannah, June 19, 1851. *lO-ly
THE Undersigned having disposed inf his
interest in the GROCERY BUSI
NESS to his late partner, Mr.G. F. PALMS
andj. W. WEBSTER, of (he late firm of
Swift, Denslow & Webster, would respect
fully solicit a cominuance to them of the
patronage of his late firm, A. WELLES.
Savannah, June 19, 1851. *lonlv.
COPART RSIIIP. |
THE Undersigned having bought out the
interestof Mr. A. WELLES, of the
firm ofMessis. 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, fc 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.
A New Livery, Sale and Exchange
Located oa the corner of Randolph
and Chatham Streets, In full view of
The Oglethorpe Hotel,
WILL be completed and ready for |
business by the 20th Inst. At this
Stable will be kept, Horses Buggies, Carri
ages and Vehickies of all descriptions, to
hire, sell or swap. Persons will be sent to
any point in Georgia. Horses 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 Stables, are shaded by a beautiful
grove, and well supplied with running water;
Drovers are therefore, invited to give us a
call, as ample provision will be made for
A. W. COLLINS, G. W. ASHBURI!,
J. C. ASHBURN, M. S. McKENZIE.
Oglethorpe July 1,1851. 12-tim.
Job work neatly execu
ted at this office, for cash. ||
WHY SO OFTEN UNHAPPY.
THE CAUSES AND THE REMEDY!
Many and many a wife endure* years of bodily jh
suffering and of mental anguish, prostrate and
less, embittering her life, that of her
hazarding the future welfare of her childreng|j , Uing
from causes which, if known , would haveuflpff the
suffering, the anguish to the wife, hus
band embarrassments and peonniarjßSpbtiltica hav
ing their origin in ihe mind beiiutfMfted down and
harassed in consequence of \ JHpieilnes* of the com
panion of his bosom.
How important that tiuflinses should be known
to every wife, to every JJKand, that the dreadful
and the health and hap-
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fa e aiV> precious to admit any portion of the one to
without the full enjoyment of the other.
I The wisely possession of a little work entitlod Si
follow* has been the means of saving the health and
the life of thousands, as over
TWO HUNDRED THOUSAND
copies have been sold since the first edition was is
The antkor has been induced to advertise it by
the argent and pressing request of those who have
been indebted to its publication for ail they hold dear
(that all may have an opportunity of obtaining it), and
who have favored him with thousands of letters of
encomium, some of which are annexed to the adver
THE MARRIED WOMAN’S
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BY DR A. M. MAURICEAU,
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tn it* pages the mean* of prevention, amelioration,
Extract from a Letter.
To those just Married.—“ Had I known!”
“Philadki.phia, Nov. 29, 1847.
“Dr. a. M. Maorickau : Had I known of the ini
portant matters treated of in ‘The Married Woman’s
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 its pages.”
Letters ate daily received of this character, unne
cessary to present.
To those yet unmarried, bnt contemplating mar
riage, or perhaps hesitating as to the propriety of
incurring,the responsibilities atteiplmit upon it, tbs
importance of being possessed of the revelations con
tained in those pages, so intimately involving their
future happiness, cun not be appreciated.
It is, of course, impracticable to convey more fuilv
the various subjects treated of, as they are of a nk‘
tore strictly intended for the married, or those con
templating marriage; neither is it necessary, since
It it every one’s duty to become possessed of knowl
edge whereby the sufferings to which a wife, a moth
er, or a sister, may be subject, can be obviated.
BT Copies will be sent by Mntl free of Postage
to the Purchaser.
ty On the receipt of One Dollar, •• THE MAH
RIED WOMAN'S PRIVATE MEDICAL COM
PANION” is sent f mailed free) to any part of the
United States. All letters must be post-paid (except
those containing a remittance), and addressed to Dr
A.M MAURICEAU, Box 1224, New York City
Publishing Office, No. 129 Liberty at., New York.
Oyer 30,000 Copies hove been sent by MAIL
within three mouths with perfect safety and cer
All persons wishing to purchase the above
work or Medicine, can 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, j
Cookscorner. St. Raker
|IMI X i TTnff ‘
MALE AND FEMALE OLLEGE
THE conductors of the Institution assure its numeroui
A patrons, and the public in general, that there is, and
always shall be a sufficient number of competent in
structors and Tutoresses in all the brandies, professed
to be tnuaht in the Institution.
A punctual observance of the rules, the preservation
of good morals, a due regard to decency and politeness,
shall be promoted by every possible means, especially by
persuasion, kind and gentle admonition. But when
these are disregarded and faults wantonly committed
against the fundamental principles of good education,
then proper severity shall be applied; and if unfortu
nately, the obstinacy of the delinquent should amount to
incorigibleness, no resource, is left for the preservation
of discipline, but expulsion or dismission, which, how
ever, shall never take place, but by the decision of a
majority of the Board, (Visiting Committee.)
Orthography per Academic year, $ lfi 00
Tuition in Spelling, Bending, Arithmetical ta
bles, IVriting and Arithmetic per Acadeiqjc
year, 20 00
The above with Geography, English Grammar,
the use and drawing of Maps, 25 00
The above or cither of the foregoinT with En
glish Composition, Ancient and Modern His
tory, with problems on the Globes, Orna
mental Penmanship and Botany, 30 00
The above cr either of the foregoing with Ge
ometry. Algebra, Trigonometry Mensura
tions, Surveying Navigation, Civil Engi
neering, Chemistry, Geology, Natural, Mor
al and Alcntal Philosophy, Rhetoric and
Logic, 40 00
Tlie Languages alone or with either the above
departments, 40 00
French alone, 20 00
Instrumental Music, 50 00
Use of Instrument, 10 Ot)
Needle Work and Embroidery, 8 00
Wax Flowers and Fruit, 15 00
Drawing and Painting, JJ 00
G. B. YVAHDLAW, Esq.
Col. J. E. BROWN;
Dr. WM. J. JOHNSON;
jared hudnall; Esq.
BENJ. HODGE, Esq.
JOSHUA HARRIS, Esq.
Tlie Institution has an extensive Pliilosliphieal,
Chemical, Astronomical and Mathematical Apparatus,
sufficient for the demonstration of all Chemical and.
Tjie pupils are received for no less a period than a
No deduction will he made for absence, unless occa
sioned bv protracted sickness.
One half, or part of the tuition is expected in advance,
and the remaining at the close of the session.
Hoard can be obtained, in respectable families, at
from eight to ten dollars per month.
I* ort Gaines, January, 1851. 1— ly j Principal.
J. Kaufman ip liro'n’
NEW i)KY GOODS
AND CLOTHING STORE.
On Baker Street below the Oglethorpe
WOULD respectfully inform the Pmli
ht; llint they have just opened their
Slock, consisting of Calicoes, Ginghams,
Muslins, and all kind of Ladies Diess Goods,
Hose, Gloves. Laces, Edgings, Silk Parasols,
Fans, &(•., together with a variety of Fancy
Articles, and a nice assortment of fine Jew.
elry. Also a fine lot of READY MADE
CLOTHING, Slioes tind 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.
“• olianic and that lit* can execute jobs of sash, doors
blinds and inside finishing of houses, also he can make
chain pumps at the shortest notice. He may be found ul
Boone’s Hotel at all times when not engaged.
Oglethorpe, May 8, 1850. 4 6m
Court of Ordinary, July Term, 1851. *
Present’ tlie Honorable Ichabod Davis,
George Williams, and Nathan Bryan
\l\/ HERE AS, James S. Hollinshed,
Ts Administrator of Miles K. Harman,
deceased. Conrad Murph, Administrator of
Jacob Jasper Slappey, deceased, and James
G. Moulton and McKinneth Taylor, Admin.,
islrators 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 undei my hand, at Office, in La
nier, this 7tli day of July, A. D. 1851.
w. W. CORBITT, C. C. O.
July 9th, 1851. 136 m.
Rates of toll at
S. H. CLARK'S FERRY.
On Flint River.
and Horse, 10
||SKg|l||y Ox Can; 25
I Kofrwj Waggon or Buggy, 25
2 “ . “ 3O
2 “ f Close Carriage, Barauch or
4 or 6 team, 40
Anew Bridg 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
■SfESSRS. NELSON & GUMMING would inform rh
AIL public that persons hiring Buggies from their Stables
must expect to pay on the delivery of them, and persons
bearding horses wit*- item must pay monthly. Their ne
cessities require t’ \mrse. All persons indebted to
them by note or a< \wtll please settle immediately.
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