Oglethorpe Prices Current.
W~ CORRECTED WEEKLY.
Ih ICON, Hunts, per lb. . 13 cts.
I ‘ Sides,lleait “ . . 13
Sttoul&s, “ . 12 a 12*
■UJTTER, fuisheit “ . 25 a 30
r Country “ . 12 a 15
Mail’d gunny 13
ICOFFEE, “ ™ 12 a 12.}
[CANDLES, Sperm “ . 50 aGO
Adamantine, “ . 40 a43 i
Tallow, “ . 25 a 30
FLOUR, per bbl. $7 00 a 9
MACKEREL, No. !.“ 14
<• “ 2. “ 10
“ 3. “ 9 50
CORN, per bushel, 1 00 a 1 25
MEAL “ 130 a 150
LARD, per lb. . . 14 a 16
LEAD, “ . , 10 al2 j
MOL ASSES, per gallon 35 a 45
ROPE .... 9 I
SYRUP, N. O. •• 50 a 55
Clarified 90 a 1 00
SUGAR, “ t 8 a 10
SALT, per sack . . 2 00
SALT, per^sack, . 2
RICE, per lb. . . 5 a 5
01L, Linseed, per gallon 125a 150
TURPENTINE “ 1 00 a 1 25
TALLOW, per lb. . 9a 10
REES’WAX, per bl. . 20a 25
NAILS, per lb. . 4 a 5
FORTGAIN ES P RICES CUR RENT
CORRECTED WEEKLY BY THE MERCHANTS.
Bazzinng—Kctucky, 16 a 18 Itioc —It), : fia ®
India, : 18aW Vails—“ : 5a “
Hope, [s-r 15. : Ua IU Oil-Lamp 175a 20 1
Bacon —ham*, per lb, 12 Linseed, I*s
Hides, “ 11 Train, 1 00
shoulders “ 10 IVas—husliel 100 a 125
I’ork—raess.hbl. sl3aS.’o I.cm. Syrup hi, 4 (K)
Butter —country, lb, 15a20;Shol—hag. 1 75 a 8 00
Candles—sperm, “ ‘Ssass|Soap—per lb. 8
adamantine, “ 4t)n aOjSteel —east, It). 20 a25
Candies —box. &1 ID 1 Blistered* 1 13a20
Castings, i>er lb, 6 Tallow, 11 8
Kio, 17 Sugar-St cron,lb, 10a 12
Cotton, : : 8 N. Orleans, *‘ Salt)
wit—Mackerel, 1 sll 1-ons 11 lfi
No. 2. 13 llefined, “ 10a 11
No. 3. : 12 50 Crushed, “ 15 aIS
Corn, per bushel. 100 Spirits—brandy, 50a 150
i'iour—western, bbl. 700 j engniac, gal. 150a 400
Canal 11 800 I apple, “ 62a70
Class—perbox, 273 a3OO Rum—iamaioa 11 150
•Cun Powder-keg,6soa 700] N. England, 50n6*2
Hides—dry, lb, ‘ 8a 9 Whiskey—mw, 35
iron—sweeties, lb, 5a 7i mnnongnliala, 85 aI 00
English, “ 4a 6. rectified, “ 37
7,artl, : : 12 Ciu—ltollnud, 1 75a2 Oft
J,., ail, : : 8 aincticati, 62
Mol lasses—gallon, 11 a 44 Vinegar—per gallon, 35 a 49
Salt—sack, I*3 iWinos—por gal. 74 a 100
Books! Books !!
GO COPIES OF THE
Married Woman's Medical Companion ,
For sale at (lie “South-West Georgian” Of
fice by C. B. YOUNGBLOOD.
I*. S. All orders from abroad promptly
Sept. 12, 1851.
Plantation for Sale,
CONSISTING of eight hundred acers of
excellent pine land, lying five miles a
liove Oglethorpe and two miles below La
nier. Upon the above premises are one hun
dred and twenty-live acres of cleared land,
in a fine stateof cultivation, together with a
comfortable framed dwelling, and other out
buildings. Persons wishing to look at tip
place will find the owner on the premises.
U AL 11. FULTON.
Sept. Ist, 1851. 22 lm*
TOWNSEND’S, Sands’, Risby’s. and
Comstock’s Compound Extract's of
Sarsaparilla, for salt: bv,
Aug. I, 1851. PHILIP T. FEARS.
To merchants and Planters,
Office on Baker St. Oglethorpe, Ga.
THE Subscriber is prepared to make
liberal advances oil Cotton and 1
Exchange on the North can he had in snms
to suit the purchasers.
R. 11. D. SORREL, Agent. 1
Sept. 19, 1851. 23-ts. |
J~ ik spejyce7
TTJ ESPECTFULLY informs the citizens ;
til, of Oglethorpe and vicinity that he is
now piepared to execute any work entrusted
to him, in the neatest and latest style. He
will also keep for sale, a variety of
CLOTHS, CASSIA!ERES, VEST.
INGS, HOSIERY, SHIRTS Ac.
Persons wishing good Clothing, will do :
well to call and examine for themselves be- j
fore purchasing elsewhere. Shop on the j
corner .of Sumter and Baker Streets.
Oglethorpe, Sept. 19, 1851. 23 ly I
Wool! Wood! Woolmj
WANTED —10,000 pounds of
WOOL either washed or tin* i
washed. It must he dear of burs and otherj
hard substances. The highest market prico
will he paid, either in’ Cash or Goods, by t
N. Ousley Son, Rlacon, Ga., or by the
subscriber in Oglethorpe.
P. L. J. MAY.
Sept. 19,1851. 23-ts.
FORT (MINER HOTEL !
O. l. DAVIS,
HA\ INC purchased the above uaind Hotel would re
apeclfuliy inform hi- friends and the pul,lie gene
rally that he has taken full charge of it. Those visiting.
Fort Caine will please give them a call, as no pains will
lie spared for the accommodation of those who favor
him with their patronage.
Annexed to the establishment is a large I-nl and com- J
modems Stables, sulFicient for the acrommodation of’
Drover*. Jt. I
March , 1-SI. I—Ty
TIIE UNDERSIGNED b.g Icve n>
inform you that they have Liken the
PLANTERS WARE HOUSE, for u term
of time and associated themselves together
under the name and style of S. W. Blood
worth fc Cos., in the Ware-House and Com
mission Business, in all its vttiious branches.
KJie business will be conducted by S. W.
HHk|u|orth ; front his experience in the
feel confident of giving gene
ral satisfniun to till those who may entrust
them witlfAfieir business ; In confirmation
of which, Warefer the public to the subjoin.,
ed referencmUflljM at the same time, ask a
liberal share of tnk pationagc.
They promise their patrons ad
vised of the state of tliautatkct at all limes;
they lake this occasion tony to any who may
Store their Cotton witPSWiii, should they
afterward wish it shipped to Macttn&c .Sa
vannah or Charleston, it shall be promptly
attended to without any additional expspi#:S
Tlteir Ware-House, in consequence of its
locality, has advantages over tiny other in
the place, in point of security from fire, be
ing remote from other buildings. They will
also have planters’ cotton insured if desired.
Liberal CASH ADVANCES will he made
on Produce in Store.
All orders from Planters or country Mer
chants will bo filled at short notice, and, (as
they have no interest in Merchandize,) at
the lowest cash prices;
S. W. BLOODWORTH;
Dr. Thomas, )
Isaac Cheney. Esq. J Talbol Cos.
Gen’l T. Grifiin, (
M. D. North, Esq. J Coweta Cos.
James Neal, Esq. >
VVm. Pryor. Esq. $ Pike, Cos.
Rev. Win. Moseley, 4
Judge A. W. Walker. J Henry, Cos
Titos. W. Ashford, (
Ed. Broughton, Esq. | Troup, Cos.
Judge J. May, )
T. Nichols, Esq. J Fayette Cos.
I. Nichols, Esq. )
B. P. Bussey, Esq. ) Meiiwethei Cos.
1 Chas. Cargil, Esq. 1
W. darkness, Esq. J Butts Cos.
COMMISSION MERCHANTS :
Rice Dulin, Esq. Charleston, S. C.
Fields &. Adams, Macon, Ga.
N. A. Hardee & Cos. J
C. ilartridge, Esq. > Savannah.
Wnt. P. Yonge, Esq. J
Editors, S. W. Georgian, and S. Democrat.
GRIFFIN, Georgia Sept., Ist. 1851.
This is to certify tint J/r. .S*. W. Rloofiwortb. lias
for several years been engaged in the IYu re-1 louse
anti Commission business in this place, aiul from my
acquaintance with Inin, I feel no hesitation in recom
mending him in that capacity “to the patrons of Ogle
thorpe; be is also a good judge of the quality of Cotton,
and consequently an excellent salesman.
A. A. GAULDING,
Scn’r: partner of the firm of Gaulding,
Ferril &• Chapman.
Win. It. PHILLIPS,
Sen’r. partner of Jones Phillips &. Cos.
Oglethorpe, Sept. sth, 1851. 21 3tn
New Dry Goods & Grocery Store.
On Baker Street.
Jig"gk TTODGES, would res
• v|Jr • B B pectfully inform the
Citizens of Oglethorpe and ihe Planters of
the surrounding Country that lie is now open
ing a huge and well selected slock of
Fancy and Staple Dry-Goods,
Haidware, Crockeiv, Sadlery, Bools, Shoes
&c. He will also keep constantly on hand a
i large lot of
j ( ROCERIES OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
i Tlie public are respectfully requested to call
and examine for themselves.
Sept. 12,1851. 22-if
A S w c c I J 5 rc a t li*
DR. MANSON’S Yawilla Tooth Wash
for cleansing (lie teeflV, and Purveying
■ ihe breath, for sale at FEAR’S Drug Store.
! Sept. sth, 1851. 21 if
| COME YE TO THE WATERS.
WARRANTED no cure no pay,
anil no mistake ; Bonpland’s Fe
ver and Ague Remedy, for the permanent
1 cure of fever and Ague. Call at ihe Drug
•Shoro all ye shakers and be healed.
PHILIP T. FEARS.
Sept. sth, 1851. 21 if
FOUR MONTHS after date appli
cation will he made to the Court of
Ordinary of Macon County, when silting for
Ordinary purposes for leave to sell all the
lands, negroes, goods, Chattels Ac. belong
ing to the estate of McGrouder Bryan dec’d.
NATHAN BRYAN. Adinr,
i Sept. slh, 1851- 21 4m
THE ttndereigncd will keep con
stantly on limit!, and for sale nt
j G. C. Carmichael A Co’s Ware-House, cor-
I ner of Baker and Cuiler streets. A large
supply of Harness of all description, Car
riages, Buggies v YVjy>ons and Drays; also ex
tra * Bridle lines Ac.
Which will he sold at the lowest prices;
allot dors promptly attended to.
S. B. KING.
Sept. 12, 1851: 22 —4 m.
WILL be sold in the Town of Ogle
thorpe on Saturday the 29th inst, the
following property to-wit;
One Gray lloixe, levied upon as tho pro
perty of H. W: A T. W. Ellis to satisfy an
execution for non-payment of Taxes.
Also will be sold on the santo day T. W.
Ellis’ interest in (he same horse, to satis
fy a fine imposed on said Ellis bv the Town
Council. J. R. NELSON,'Marshal.
Sept. 12, 1851. 22—ts
Hardeman & Hamilton,
WARE-HOUSE AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
M aeon, Ga.
Hamilton & Hardeman,
FACTORS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
NVill give prompt attention to all business j
committed to them, at cither place. !
THOMAS HARDEMAN. CHAS. F. HAMILTON.
WILL lie sold on Saturday, (lie
18th day of October next in die
town of Oglelhorpo one Blat k Horse, one
fine Geld Watch and Chain, half interest in
one Buggy and harness, and many articles
of liouse-lmhi furniture, all belonging to the
Estate of Addison C. Scott late of Macon
dec’d. Terms on dav of sale.
fc E. W. ALLEN, Ex’r.
this mid don't. Forget.
TffiV it is perfectly useless to sttflet <
wish Stains if you will call at the Drug :
Store, IMkguuply yourself with medicine,
Or call on Dfl. 4JLead is* Oliver, Pitts Iver
on, or Fokes wlia®h) ever ready to relieve
tlie sufferer and fiißysOuallified.
Sept. sth, 1851.
•Voticc to Debtor# sind Creditors.
ALL persons indebted to the Estate of:
Addison C. S colt htlftjofMacon Coun
ty deceased, are hereby‘ required Ip make
immediate payment, and those having
against said Estate are hereby notified!kto
present them in terms of the law. V,
E. W. ALLEN, Ex’r.
Sept. stlt, 1851. 21 ts
Jts LOOK OUT
Ptf? f FOR THE.
A MAN by the name of ,J. Jl.
WAIDIIOPi recently left
this place for parts unknown, after staying
here four or five months, leaving the under
signed, together wills many other citizens of
tltb place to suffer for a considerable amount
of Money. He also succeeded in borrowing
a considerable amount of money front sever
al unsuspecting individuals, on short time, in
order to have money to bear iris expenses
from this place, lie also took from the Sil
versmith’s Shop a fine gold watch, without
leave belonging to Mr. Simons.
Said Waldrop came to this place as a Pain
tei and for some time, followed his profes
sion apparently vety industriously. He
brought a lady to this place with him, whom
he married in Macon. It is reported that lie
lias another wife and (wo children in Missis
sippi. the latter end of Itis stay in
Oglethorpe he jocosely called himself a
Murrel Man in every crowd.
Said Waldrop is about 6 feet high, stout
built, high forehead, datk eyes, dec., about*
20 years of age. llis wife, is n small, slen
der built, rather sharp featured lady, inclin -
ed to he datk skinned, —carries with her a
small lap dog decorated with riLutniht
Said Waldrop was last heard of in Rome,
Ga., and was aiming for Montgomery Ala.
He sold Mr. Simons’ watch in Atlanta.
Below, we give a lettei written Iry him to
Itis brothei’ in Mississippi, which will suffi
ciently prove him to he a villain.
A. M, THOMASON,
Os the Magnolia House.
Os the Oglethorpe Hotel.
W. H. 11. BIGHAM,
E. V. LEE.
Oglethorpe, August 22, 1851.
A Idle written by J. R. Waldrop,
to his Brother.
Oglethorpe, August sth, 1851.
Dear Brother: —This is to inform
you that I am not well, but hope this may
find you in good health. I wrote lo you
some lime since, and given you a deed lo
154 nchers'of laud being 1 in die South
East quarter of S. 12, T. 8 R, 1, West
in Lafayette County, Mississippi. I have
never beard from you or any of you since
and whether you are all dead, or whether
you have lint received die letter, or what
it is I cannot tell. lam certain of one
thing and that is I have done my duly lo
you all as to writing and answering your
letters. lam still in this place, doing
best I can for myself. We are lare sep
erated from each other, and may never
see earh oilier in this world, you live
in a sickly country and so do J. We
have just returned from hurrying one of
our blethering; a great number turned
out to dny lo see the lust ol Capi. Ellis,
a number 1 man. Mrs. Waldrops healdi
is good. She sends her love to you nlk
She was raised bv the Honorable Mrs.
Rains ol Macon, Georgia, as to bool /
got none, but have a angel and a cliris
tnin that communes with God always.— [
She knows nothing of my past life, 1 am
endeavoring to be study man, altlio I
dream of blood and dead men every
night; I try to be as cheerful as possible,
enough for you to know that 1 am looked
upon as honorable, Mrs. Carry Waldrop
was the pony 1 spoke of some time since
in letter to mother, write as soon as you
feel like it and keep dark on the subject
only to mother and sister. Excuse my
short letter and haste as I have lo go lo
the Lodge* as soon us dinner is over.
. Your Brother.
JOSEPH R. WALDROP.
* Wahlrop pmhmvcred lo panlitnuclf off • a Va-on,
lint wa found to be on impon, r.
Carriage Making and Repairing.
THE Subscriber would respectfully an
nounce to the Citizens of Travelers
Rest and its vicinity, that he is prepared to
execute all kinds oi wotk in his line ofltnsi
ness, such as making and repairing all kind
of Vehicles, at the shortest notice. And al
so to the Citizens of Oglethorpe and the ad
joining Country, that he is prepared to exe
cute all jobs that may be brought to him, in
the way of Harness making and Repairing;
and that he keeps on hand, both Carriages,
Buggies, and harness ready made, and for
sale at tlie lowest Cash prices.
Those wishing to purchase will do well to
call and examine Itis stock before purchas
ing else where.
11. D. POWELL.
Travelers Rest, July 24, 1851. 15 ly
SOUI HERN MUTUAL
i.y.s i'ii. j. vc /<; co.,
Principle Office, Athens, Ga.
! Ai.bon Crash. Secy, Asbury Hull Pres’t.
TliU oompany ha* been in operation between three and
A foi ir years, and lias acquired a capital in notes and
! cash of neatly Three- Hundred Thousand Dollars. All
j losses promptfy settled on the presentation of satis t’urtorv
1 proof. Finn It inks, and insurances on Negroes, as well
• upon the lives of \\ hite persons, taken Ty the under*
I signed Agent at Oglethorpe, (a.
PHILIP COOK, Agent,
i July 31, 1851. 16 6m.
JAMES M. FOKES respectfuflyof-
JLJTfers Itis services to the citizens ol Ogle
thorpe uiuLviciuiiy in the various branches
of Medicine.. ‘.He may bo found at Mr. Fears
Drug Store during the day, and at the Pa
vilion House nt (fight, when not profession
ally engaged, m *•*-
August 14,1851. 18—ts
To the •Afflicted.
IF you are laboring under any of the dis
eases named below, and if yrntare real
ly desitous of getting restored to bodily
soundness, you have it in your powcf* to do
so now. The price is not much, atfrl tlie
cure is warranted. Os all the remedies vet
before the public, there is none that can show
such a handsome result for the same length
of time, as
Marshall’s Magical Pain Eradicator-
This is a remedy not intended to cure eve
ry disease that • flesh is heir to.’ Nor is it
intended to work miracles in curing diseases
which are incurable, but we do not hesitate
to say, that, if any of the following diseases
can be cured, Marshall’s Eradicalor willcti
tainly do it. Try it and be coqvincnd.
For Rheumatism, Lumbago, Painful
Nerves, Spinal Palsy, Disloca
tions, Sprains, Bruises, Strains, (Edematous
Swellings, Weak Joints, Contracted Ten
dons, Tumors, Nodes, Ganglions, Wens,
Goitre, llead-acbe, Weak Back, Gout,
Scrofula and Tooth-ache.
The following letter and certificate is from
a person in the city. Tlie original can be
seen at the store of the proprietor.
AUGUSTA, January 31, 1851.
Messrs. W. H. &. J. Turpin :—Gentle
men,— I have much pleasure in saying that
my wife, who has been afflicted with Rheu
matism in the feet and knees for the past two
months, has been entirely cured by the use
of ‘ Marshall’s Magic Pain Eradicator.’ It
is, in my opinion, the best remedy ever of
feir.d the afflicted public, as it will certainly
cure. Every body should have it.
Yours, respectfully, &c.
For sale by D’Antignac &. Barrv, D. B.
Plumb Sc Cos., VV. H. Tutt, W. K.'Kitchen
and.the Proprietors, Augusta, Ga.
Fot sale in Charleston, by Nelson Carter,
Oa Si Conrtrier, Dr. Cleveland, W. A.
Nkrine, Bird John VV. Sioy.
For salein gteihor ).*, bv
P. T. FEARS.
Sept. sth, 1851. 215 m
THE UNDERSIGNED being
joint an equal partners in the town
Lots of West Oglethorpe, located on apart
of Land Lot number two hundred in the
twenty eighth District, of original Lee, now
Macon County Georgia, take this method of
informing all whom it may concern, that a
co-partnership exists in said properly under
the firm of J. W. Herring A N. L. Angier,
and that either partner, the names hereunto
annexed is authorized to execute legal and
warrantee titles to anyor all of said Town
Lots, located ns above described.
J. W. HERRING,
N. L. ANGIER.
West Oglethorpe, Sept. 5, 1851 21 ts
Georgia •HIM Macon County
A ‘LL persons interested, are hereby
..Im. notified that four months after date,
application will be made to the Inferior
Court of Said County, w lien silting for ot *
dianrv purposes for leave to sell the w bole
of the real estate of How ard W. Ellis
eceased, late of said County.
A. A. ERWIN, Adm’r.
Sept. sllt, 1851. 21 4m
BUGGEYS AND CARRIAGES.
THE SUBSCRIBER has on band
and will continue lo kefp, all kinds
of Carriages for sale. His Carnages now
in Store at ilic Ware-House of G. C. Car
michael A Cos. I shall he absent for a few
days, during which time John P. Hcrvey
will act as my authorised Agent. Any per
son wishing carriages can call on him and
W. B. H ALL.
Oglethorpe, sept. 5, 1851. ■ 21 ts.
708 ACRES OF LAND FOR SALE,
Two and a half miles from Oglethorpe,
THE Subscriber having more Land than :
he can cultivate, oilers the plantation
where he now lives, 2A miles west of Ogle
thorpe, sot sale. There are 708 acres of ex
cellent Pine Land—lso acres in cultivation
—tolerable good I louse—pond Gin-liousiV and
Cotton-screw—good orchards, and a lettijr A.
No. 1, Spring of good, cool, and pure water.
‘File health of the place is iindmibtedly first !
tate. ‘Pile cleared land is under a good ,
fence, and has been denied famn If) tu 17 j
years, tint having a day foundation, and !y- j
iug will, is still valuable. The 550 acres j
uncleared, is heavy timbered, lies well, and :
has proadleaf lilack-j ick and buck-eye grow
ing all over it—a snliirienry of limber for a I
Steam Saiv-mill. Fuo further particulars, i
rotne and see. During inv abserce Mr. A. :
A. Lowe will be on the place and and show ,
it to persons calling. (). C HORNE. |
August 7, 1851.* 17—if
A LARGE assortment of Medical, Clas- ’
siral, Miscellaneous, and School Books
•Slates, Pencils, Paper, Ink and Bank Books
of everv description, and fur sale by
P. T. FEARS Druggist, j
Oglethorpe Aug. 1 1851. l(i-if i
WAR L HO USE
COMMISSION 11 BUSINESS.
THE undersigned having under construc
tion large and commodious VV arc-
Hotises, take this nutliud of informing Plan
ters and Merchants generally, that thev will,
in a few days, he prepared to receive Colton
in Store, or any kind of Merchandise on
BAGGING, ROPE, or any kind of sup
plies, will be purchased in this market, or
ordered either from Savannah or Macon, at
tlie lowest prices. The strictest attention
will be paid to all business entrusted to their
care. From past experience we flatter our
selves that general satisfaction will be given.
LIBERAL ADVANCES made on Cot
ton stored with iis. J. E. J. HORNE.
August 22, 19—ts. J. W.C. HORNE.
Dealer in Fereien mid HomnUje
Gibbons Mein.JbtUding, Carper of
CgngreafU IVhitaker Strati
1 j' VANNvn GA >
KKEI’.S eoiuianllv on hand, and is now receiving a
large and ueiffeleeted stock of Foreign and Ilonii s
lie MtKYt.O OMPS. -uitahle for the eon.nn t to
ivhcih he invite, the particular attention of merchants
visiting the market.
Savannah, August SOtlt, 1831. 19—vin.*
> a crt’ dli s
ANDREWS HARDWICK ts CO.,
IIA RD WICK COOKE,
The House] nt Oglethorpe will rr.ccirc and
forward Product to the House at So..
vannah, and furnish Family
Supplies, Ragging, Rope,
Sfc., to their Patron*
John F. Andrews, John G. Cooky.,
July 17, Richard S. Hardwick. 14 fim.
Macon Sheri IPs Sale.
\JKJ ILL be sold before the Court House
® f door hi Lanier, Macon County on the
First Tuesday in Octobtr next,
the following propel tv to wit:
Lot of Land, N0.92, in the 13th Disliict
offormeily Muscogee, now Macon County,
Also one large Road Waggon and Six Mules,
all levied on as the property of McKinniih
Taylor, to satisfy a ft fa form Macon Supe
rior Court, iu favor of Jones Hicks vs. said
Taylor. Property pointed out liv defendant.
THOS. DIXON, Sl.'fF.
August 29. 1851.
THOMAS WILLIAMS respectfully in
forms his fiiendsund the public, that he
lias purchased the louse and furniture of the
above establishment, and that as sole pro
piietor, he intends lo give the business Ins
strict personal attention. He will secure po
lite and competent cleiks nod seivanls, and
is determined that the table and butjsliull he
implied with the very best the country a (lords.
■Tim House is 100 well known for hint towny
any tiling in regard lo it. The rooms me
ia fine repair, ami the furniture us good as
••an be found in any House in the State. —
Thankful for the liberal patronage bestowed
upon the old fitm of Buford A Williams, dur
ing kin former connection with his House, lie
pledges him-elfto spare no effort to give on
tire satisfaction lo both new and old trie,ids.
July 24, 1851, 15 ly.
Volunble II on we aul Lot
For B.itc, on Sumpter strerl,
The subscribers „trer f„r
Sale their House and Lot Sima
ted on Sumpter Street, m Square three
Lot No. 0. in the Town of Oglethorpe.
The House is a large two story building,
tbe lower storx now occupied <• a Store.
Those who d:*ire a bargain would do
well to apply tally, a* this i one'of the
most valuable locations for bushier* io
T. II B. FLEMMING,
J. J. CHAFFIN.
, Ogltlliorpe, Sept. 5, !£s!, 2! ts
i SABUN, FULTON & CO.
Commission 31erehants ,
NO. 207 BAY STREET
J. W IUBC.V, 1
. i.. rei. ton, ■ SAVAS7NAB, OA ,
I. I*. WMITKIIKAD, )
ILL give strict attention to the sale
%lit of Cotton and other produce, con
signed to them, and promptly till orders for
Bagging, Rope and Family supplies, ut the
! lowest prices.
I August 22, 1851 19 6m.
VONGfc A OOIiV
FAC T O RH, A N D
NO. 94 BAY*STRUCT,
.8.1 VANNAH GEORGIA.
W. I". YO.MIK. fjllly 17 <3h,] W. OBRV.
N. OUS LEY ts SON,
GODFREY OUS LEY ts CO.,
JAStr.B E. 4JODPREY,
n. oykley, July 17, IRSL
u. p oysi. EY. 14-Om.
LIVVIM A’ PltltT,
Ware House ami Commission
JM crch an 18 9
WE TAKE this inetiiod to say to our
friends, and those who may entrust
us with their business, that we have comple
ted our Ware House in this place, and aru
now ready to attend to all business in our
line. We will give our personal attention to
business, and no pains will lie spared to pro
mote the Interest of those who may favor us
with their business. The usual advances
made on Cotton and other produce in .Store.
KI.HKRT LEWIS, JOHN V. PKICI*. •
Oglethorpe, July 24, 1851. 15 ly
K. B WEED,
Hue on, fiii
liiiporter ami Dealer in
ENGLISH AND AMERICAN
PKKTOULD invite the allyntion of
bis friends to bis stock of Cut
lery, Iron, Nigk, Hollow-ware, Guns, Black
smiths and Carpenters Tools, Agiirulmral
Imgliment, Axles, Springs, Mill Irons, Tin
I’lxte, Sheet and bar Copper, Lead mid
| Zinc, Locks, Latches, Hinges and Strews
i and every other article usually kept in Hard
j ware Stores, which he will sell on reasons
| ble terms.
, Macon, July 19tlt, 1851. 15 ly
ATT<)II NE Y A T 1. A IP,
ANI) NOTARY PUBLIC,
ftKletliorpc, IQiicon Count j, fin:
April IT, ItfM. 2ly
U'usliburu, Wilder A<o.
Joseph wAsimnix, i in,Bay suvot
J\o. K. WII.Dl.lt, j Savannah, <la
j KKA ti. DANA. ) July 84, 1851. IS Cm
I Land and other Properly for Sale-
JmilE .Subscriber offers fur silo a valua
; J£, hit; seiilemei.t of Oak and Hickory,
i Halid, nearest point within one n'tiie of Ogle
thorpe, on both sides of Flint River, (ilto
residence on said land being within two and
n half miles of Oglethorpe, on the East side
of said Rivet) containing six hundred and fif
ty or seven hundred acres, uvo hundred of
j which arc. now in cultivation. There is also*
a good Ferry on said land. Them is also a
settlement of land containing about five hun
dred acres. 200 of which are in cultivation
which can he purchased on reason tide terms
if desired, lying broadside of the above des
rl ilted settlement. B'uid lands are well wa
Also a small lot of Negroes, Mules, Wa
! irons, and till the farming implements hc
: longing to the premises’ lo l o sold with the
j lands, or without, to suit purchasers. The
| above properly will bo sold on good term*.
Chose who desire (o purchase will do well
‘to cull and examine for themselves.
SEN US H. CLARK.
July 24,1851. 15 6m
THE Subsetilms having, as
soriatrd themselves under the
above name, for the purpose of transacting a
General Ware-House and ('oimuission
Business, take this method ol informing the
Planters and Merchants generally, that they
are now prepared to receive Cotton in Slot®
or any other Goods on consignment,
They will have on hand til all times
litipt’tna, Hope, Twine, Sugar, Coffee,
Salt. Iron, tVr. ffe.
Liberal Advances made on cotton when
G. C. C AiiMicu.ct.. J, P. Hauvky.
Messrs. Logan A’ Atkinson; Macon, Cm.,
” Neely A. Fleming; GtilTin, “
Oglethorpe, July 3, 1851. 12-ly.
4GIIEABLE to an order of the Honor
able the Inferior Court of Sumter
bounty, when sitting tor ordinary purpose*,
will he sold at the Court House in Lanier,
on the first Tuesday in October next, on a
shot t credit, say till the first day of Januniy,
Lot of Land number eight (No 8) in die sec..
fund district .of formerly Must ogre How Ma
con County, said land being part of Urn es
tate of James M. l>. King dt ■ceased, wnd
sold for the h< in fit of the dutrilaitee*.
I- ANGUS M. D. KING, Adm’r.
July, Ml ]S5t. tdt.