PaL CORRECTED WEEKLY.
BACdH& Hams, per lb. . 13 cts.
SMMtefcJt'iin . 13
BUTTiff7 ! Golifi - ; ‘2s7^^ s
Country “ . 12 a 15
BAGGING, gunny . . 16
Mail'd gunny . . 15
COFFEE, “ 12 a 12A
CANDLES, Sperm “ . 50 a 60
Adamantine, “ . 4i( u 43
Tallow, “ , 25 a 30
FLOUR, perbbl. $7 UOu 9
MACKEREL, No. l.“ 14
“ “ 2. “ 10
“ “ 3. “ 9 50
CORN, per bushel, l 00 a 1 25
MEAL “ l 30 a 150
LARD, per lb. . . 14 a 16
LEAD, “ , 10 al2
MOLASSES, per gallon 35 a 45
SYRUP, N. O. “ 50 a 55
Clarified 90 a I 00
SUGAR, “ .8a 10
SALT,*per sack . . 200
SALT, per sack, . 2
RICE, per lb. . . 5 a 5
Ol L, Linseed, per gallon 1 25 a 1 50
TURPENTINE “ 1 00 a I 25
TALLOW, per ||j_ . 9a 10
BEES* WAX,> r 1,1. . 20.. 25
nails, perjib. .. 4 . 5
FORT GAINES PRICES CURRENT
CORRECTED WEEKLY BY THE MERCHANTS
Baeainn^ —K*tucky, 16 alB lUo* H) • 6 a
India. : IRaSO : ,
Rope, pr lb. : 9a I” ‘'il-l-amp 75a3 0C
Bacon —hams, peril), 12 Lneycu, 1
sides, “ II „ 1
shoulders “ p. W ali:.
Pork-mess. hhl. *ll a *2O Lein. Syrup 1J 4 00
Butter —rnimtrv, lb, 16 ;1 20 aboi-ba;’ 1 <oa. sK)
Clam I les—sperm. •• d6 a 5S -"ipe' r Ih
adamantine. “ 40 a 50 steel-east, lb. 20a .o
Can*lies —box, SIOO Blistered
rastimrs. per lb, 6 1 allow, , 0 ~,
Codec—Rio, 12 a l3 sugr-St t-rmi,lb. W}-
Cotton. : • N. Orleum, 8.. 0
Mali—Mackerel, 1 #l4 >•'’ . .. ... ~
No. 2. . 13 Uetiued, V;
No 3 : 1250 Criudietl, “ *salb
Com, per bnsliel, 100 Spirits-brand) , 50a at)
Flour—western, hbl. 7on eoginae,gal. • s.<u 100
Canal “ Stttl apple, “f,™
fiUißs—per box, i75 a 3 HI) Kmii—iunr.ih*;t ‘
t,imPowder-keg,6 50 a 7t)o N England, S'” *-
Hides —dry, lb, 8a V Wliiskey-mjv, S3 25
Jr,,,,—sweedes,ib, 5a 7 iiwuioogatiala, 8;>ai00
Knalisb. “ 4a (• rectified, “ 3;
; ; l*2<lin—hotlaml, l Iba’Z CO
j JI . Rl |’ : : H amerieao. 30 a bit
Mollasses —gallon, 42a 44 Vinegar—per ga110n,35 as')
Salt —sack, 150 Wines—per gal. 71 a 100
( OME YE TO THE WATERS.
Warranted no mre n<> pay,
and no mistake ; Hnitplami’, Fe
ver ti ml A gun Remedy, Cut the
cure of fever and Ague. < all ai I lie Drug
•Store all \e shake)s and be healed.
PHILIP T. FEARS
Sept. sth, 1851. 2! if
New Dry Goods & Grocery Store.
On Bukrr Street.
JX'V WYTODGES, would res
e ®® • bTH pertitdly inform the
Citizens ol’Oglethorpe and the PLn'ers of
the surrounding Country that lie is notv open
ing a large and well selected stock id
Fancy and Staple Dry-Goods,
Hardware, Crot kery, Kiadlerv, Boots, Mines
fee. He will also keep constantly on hand a
large lot of
The public are respectfully requested to call
and examine for themselves.
Sept. 12,1851. 22—ts
f|N OWNS END’S, Sands’, Rishy’s. and
J Comstock’s Compound Extract’s of
Sarsaparilla, for sale bv,
Aug. 1, 1851. PHILIP T. FEARS.
JOHN CRANE would r^pr*cifully in
forme ilu; Citizens of Oglethorpe mnl
the surroundin'; country dial lm lias now
opened a Shop in tiiis place for dm |iiii|hiso
of executing nil business in bis line dial may
In; entrusted to him, in dm neatest and most
fashionable style. Ho lias on hand a latge
lot of Splendiil Clocths lot men’s di. r.winy,
which the public are invited to call and ex
amine before purchasing eleswhere.
Oglethorpe, tfept. 2ft, 1851. 24—if.
Dry Goods a; Wholesale
ROBKKTS, FOOTE &- MAKSHAI.I, arc now re
ceiving at their store. corner of Broughton amt
JefEuwm .Mreetn, oppositu Saint Andrews’ Mail, a large
and Well fielectcilmock of fureigri and dunientic Dry
<finals, which iliry offer for tale, upon the u-iial terms.
Wawtl exclusively wholesale, and think we are able
footii'i sufficient inducemenw to retain die trade in this
ciry. We have now instore
too bales brown Shirting* and Sheetings;
50 cases hleeched “ “
50 “ fancy f’rints,
50 hales Negro Blnukets;
J 5 *• Ked and H tiite Hannels;
100 eases Kersey* and I ind-eys.
mi extensive assortment f l-adies* t’lothn
C'asnitnereH, and other miscellaneous article*; Usually
wanted by merchants from the interior.
JOT Particular attention given to orders,
iNcpt ember *26. 24—Cm
Cabinet and Carriage
Corner of llie Green Square and Macon.
Btkkt, OoLttTMoarr.. •s£• aj ‘
mUE Undersigned would tnke this ntnllt-
Jt oH of informing the public licit they arc
now prepared to execute all kinds o( Cabi
net work ; also to repair Carriages at the
shortest notice and in the most workman*
WRIGHT & BALLARD
Oglethorpe, July 24,1851. !)’
POTASH. A fine article for sale
bv, SNEAD & CHAPMAN.
Oct/l7 1951. 27 ,f
JT*R. A. 0. HORNADY hav’me In*
HJr.-aietl .1 OGLETHORPE, GA.
aMfc-tc-iInII\ auuonnees ,o the citizens oi
tli'nPiil tee and tbe surrounding connor
that Ike has opened an office in (lie second
Storya^YJauson’s Store, on the Corner
ol So ml* and Cuvier sis., “here lie can
be found fttj^linies.
N. B. AI|P operation* warranted.—
October, 10 1851. 26—6 m
P. S. Ladies wailed on alßtfcjr residence.
K L ARGE l'*t of choice daerin Ibr'lLle
JjL by J. O. HODGE*
Oglethorpe, Oct. 3, 1851. 25—9
DRV Goods. Hardware fee. of every
description, just recoved and for sale
by J. O. HODGES.
Oglethorpe, Oct. 3, lhsl. 25—if.
A|| BARRELS of F re*h Flour
xs tr just received and for sale by
J O. HODGES.
Ot>h tlmrpe, Oet. 3. ISSI 25—if.
f[ °l Fin*’ Chewing
M. VVV Tubatwo, to. sale Cheap,
b> J. O. HODGES
Oglethorpe, Oct. 3, 1851 25—if,
A LARGE Lot td Bagging and Rope,
A just received and |ir sale bv
J. 0. HODGES.
Ogh'tboepe, Oct. 3, 1851. 25—if.
LOOK I IKUK!
VALUABLE MILLS FOR SALE.
TANARUS; I! E ihhli’i signed olTcis tor sale, liis
and (ii iit Mills, situated a quarter *f a
mile south ut Oglethorpe. It is a valuable
location fur a Wool canJieg establishment.
He also nil.-is fiu sale s*v ril residence
lots sitoal.'d ahtml the same disc.mi r smith
nl Og'pilioijip, S, (. COTTON,
October 3, 1851. 25—ts.
TIN, SHEET IKON &: COPPER,
fATf H E snbsei iber mild take this method of
Jk mini tuiu:,’ the Citizens id OglMhoipe
ami (lie smronnding ciinnny that lie is now
prepared to furnish any quantity of Tin,
; Slical lion and Copper wait:, oil the most
All kind nf Job tvoik in It's line done with
neatness and dispatch. He will also furnish,
Gnl-e s, Coiidncters and Tin innfiug I’m
houses. He w ill also keep on hand a spira
lled lot ol H crtiess, sole and upper 1 eatln-rs
Hides and Tallow tak’ n m exchange
for tin- above mentioned articles,
J. B BREEDLOVE.
Ogletlioi pe, Ga. Oct. 3, 1851. 25 3m.
Admiitist rat ois Sale.
PCRsIJ VNT to an ortlrr of the Inferior
Court while silting for Oidinarv pur
poses, lm the Comity of Macon, w ill he sold
tin llie Fist Tuesday in December (text, be
fore tbe Com I House door in llie mwn ot
Lanier, Lots of Land Nos. 174, in the Ist
District; 20 and 59 in tin 2d District for
metl v Muscogee now Macon Countv, and
No, 4 in ihe3otb Disti id originally Lee now
Macon County, belonging to the estate of
JoliuJ, Hungubnok, deceased. Terms made
known on the dax of sale.
JAS. S. CALDWELL. AdmV,
tie bonis non.
Oct 3, 1851. 25tds
%%. IIER EA S Joseph H. McKenzie, ap
tf i plies to me for letters of Gtiaidian- j
ship mi the persons Hod property us the niiii
ors of William Rowell deceased.
Th *sp;ii*(* l ln'*r<*fori l to rife and itHmonisfi all j
wlio are concerned, to lie and appear at ntv i
office within the time prescribed by law, to
show cause if any they can, xvltx said letters i
should not be granted.
W. W. CORBITT, C.C.O.
Sept. 26, 1851. 24—If.
EXE< TOR'S SALE \
lie -old before the Court
W T House Dour in Lanier on the
hist Tuesday in December in X', a likeiv Ne- i
gene Woman, bv the name us lluri iet, as die ‘
Pr opcci vul Martha J. Bell, minor. Terms !
made known on tlax of *n| ,
JAMEB BELL, Guardian,
Oct.3, 1851. 25—ids. |
A D MINISTR ATO It’S SALE. !
Gy vir/ure of on order of the Honorable
Inferior Cour of Macon Count \, while
sit, logos a Court of Ordinary.
V b ILL lie sold on the hist ‘Tuesday in
* V January next,
Before the Court House Door in tin* Town of j
Lanier, within the legal hours of sale; the j
lands and negroes of the estate of Me- !
Gruffer Bryan, lateofsaid County, deceased,
there is a settlement us 557 acres of the land
lie place xvhereon (he deceased died, and
(which adjoins lands ul Maj. Young, M itla xv
Lggetl, lehahod Davis and James Caldwell,
the Ini of negro-s ate hk<*[v, 16 in number
consisting of men, women, boys, girls and
children. The halnnee of tin- property, of
S lid estate, will he sold on the place ml
the dav following.
Terms made known no the dav of sul.
Sept. 26, 1851. 24 if.
—— - 1 j ,
Jewelry. j i
A FINK lot of Jewelry just received and
fur sale by, KAUFMAN Ac BRO. j
Oglethorpe, Oct. 10,1851. 26 ts. ‘
PLANTERS WARE-HOUSE. |
7| HE UNDERSIGNED beg leave to
K iafnrin you that they have ifiken ti e j
PLANTERS WARE.HOUSE, for a term
ot time and associated themselves tog. titer
under the name and style of S. .W. Rloud
wmili ifc Cos., in the Ware-House and Com
mission Business, in all its vaiinug hranches.
I’lie business will he cumlnried hv S. IV.
Bloodworth ; from his experience in the
business, they feel confident tis giving gene- ‘
ral satisfaction to all those who may entrust
them with their business; in confirmation
of which, we refer the public to the subjoins ,
ed references, and at the same lime, ask a !
liberal share of their putionage.
I hey promise to keep ilndr patrons ad
vised id the slate ol ihe maikei at all times;
they take this occasion In sav to au\ wliomav
Store their Cotton with them, should they
afterward wish it shipped to Macon or Sa
vannah til Cli trh slon, it shall he promptly
attended to without any additionalexpensi .
Their Ware-House, in consequence of its
Hcalilv, has advantages over any other in
‘Nlßnfilce, in point ofseciuilv from firi',he
ing le li'nil other buildings. They will
also Infse yd mil is’ eullon Insured if desired.
Liheiat C/fSUI ADVANCES will be m irln
on PimEice ,rr Store.
Allorih *rs (rum PI anlers nr couniry Me,
clia'Us will be (ill, ii at slim t moire, and, (as
they have no int.ttest in Mt-rcliaudize,) at
tin lowest cash pri.eitj
s. W. BLO'ODWORTII,
RICH \RD JOHNS ION,
REFERENCES, ‘ t
Dr. Thomas, 1
Isaac Cheney, Esq. J Talbot Cos.
Gen’l T. Grilltn, l
M. D. North, Esq. f (’mveta Cos.
James N> al, Esq. J
Win. Pryor. Esq. Pike, Cos.
Rev. Win. Moseley, (
Judge A. W. Walker, f Henry, Cos
Thus. W. Ashfoill, 1
Ed. Br.ioghtuii, Esq. f I’ruop, Cos.
J mlge J. May , l
T. Nil hols. Esq. ) Favetle Cos.
I. Nii Inds, Esq. I
B P. Bussey. E*q. I M’ liwethei Cos.
Clias. (’argil, Esq.
W. Harkness, Eq. f Butts Cos.
COMMISSION MERCHANTS ;
Rice Dnlin, Esq. Charleston, S. C.
Fields & Adams. Macon, Ga
N. A. Hardee & Cos. 1
C. Hariridge, E>q. > Savannah.
Wm. P. Ynngo, Esq. )
Editors, S. U . Georgian, and S. D. inm iai.
(tIUFKIN, (h'nr(!iii SejM.. Isl. 185!.
This is to eertil'v lint Mr. S. W. Ittuniiworth, lias
fur several years been engaged ill die ll'are-llnuve
ami t'iimmi-sion business in iliis place, and from uiv
aei|uaiiilance with liiin, I feel no hesimiiou in reeom
lueuding him in that capnrlty In the patron* nf Oide
llioipe; tie is also a gois] judge nf die quality of t .'utiuri,
unit eunsequently an excellent salesman.
A. A. GAULDING,
Sen’r: partner of tlie firm of Gaulding,
Ferril &• Chapman.
Wm. R. PHILLIPS,
Seu’r. pail Ilf-1 of Jones Phillips & Cos.
Oglethorpe, iSiqii. sth, 1851 21 3tn
.Votice ts Debtor* mix! Oetlitttrs.
4LL persons indebted to the Estate ol
Addison C. jSeotl late ol Mai on Com.-
Ix deceased, are hereby required to make
imniediate payment, and those having claims
against said E-tate me hereby notified
present them in terms of the law.
E. W. ALLEN, Ex’r.
| Sept. sth, 1851. 21 ts
Georgia —Maeon county.
VT'-'mrn ERE AS Ge.uge H. Slnpoy p
---v v plies to me for letters ot Guard
ianship fur llie Mmoi childieu of Jaspet J.
Sloppy deceased :
These aie therefme to cite and admonish
all and singular die kindred and • rediiots of
said deceased to be and apptaral nix Olfice
within dm lime prescibed by Law, to slnuv
; cause if any they have or chh why said let
ter should not be granted.
W W. CORBITT, c. C. O.
October, 1 Otb 1851. .- 26 lm.
To llie People of
I Remember, that when you come to trade
‘That money saved is money made.
Messrs, doney & co. have
just received a large lot ot FALL
V\ INTER GOODS, of every variety.—
Also a splendid assortment of
Ready Made ( othing,
llafSi Caps, Cools, xltocs Ac.
All of wbii h ibex xx ill sell ehetip enough to i
enable the purchaser to save ball’ his money. 1
They also have on hand a large quantity of
which they will sell very low. We would
therefore say to the public.
Call in, before you father go
To trade xvitli Greek or J. xv,
And yon will find dial Doney At Cos.
Con sell cheap bargains too.
DONEY &. CO.
Oglethorpe, Oct, 10, 1851. 26 6m
Another New Store
*n ( ahum's Building,
OgiHliurpe t: ,
THE Subset iler takes this Method
111 inlni mum tin Citizens ol O ‘le
'llioipe. and the So.riioudiiig C<oo’iy,
ih.it he lii- just opened, and idlers lor
Sale, his well Ik.nrled Slock consisting ol
DRY GOODS, R ady lifi.de Clothing,
Sadd ! erv, Trnks, Valise’*, anil almost.’
any 11 1 i 11 lz that can he called fir, usiily
kepi in a Dry G"nd S'ore.
M. H. MEYER, Agt.
October, 16, 1851. 26 3m.
SI U rile RN MUTUAL
Principle Office, Athens, Ga.
At.bon Chase. Secy, Asbcky lluLtPres’t.
rjViis company lias been in n|s’r.iuun la'tween three amt
A four years, and has neiiuired a eapilal in mites and
crsli of nearly Throe Hundred Thousand L)oll; irs. Ml |
lowes proinptfy setilejl on the pre. entntio ‘tfsatisfactory
proof. Fire Risks, and insurances on Neffrws, as well
us upon the lives <*f V’ hite persons, taken l>\ the under
signed Agent at i Igletliorpe, t hi
PHILIP COOK, Agent.
July 31, 1851. 16 6m.
DR. JAMES M. FOKES respect 101 l vnf
fers his services to die citizens of Ogle*
iln'ipe oi 1 vicinity in the various h inches
ot MnUciriK. H” may he found at Mr. Fears
Drug xS'iiue during the day, and at tile Pa
vilion House at night, when not profession
August 14,1851. 18—if
To the Afflicted.
F you are laboring under any of the dis
til eases named below , and if you ate real
ty dnsiious ul gening restored to bodily
soundness. Mill have it in your power to do
so now. The price is not nmeh, and tilt;
cure is warranted. Os all tho remedies yet
bes it’ ill*- puhlie, if. ii i. none that can show
such a handsome it soli bn the same lenglli
<>! lime, as
Marshall's Magical Pain Eradicalor
r Tins is a remedy uni intended to cure eve
ry” dtsukasi’ that • llesb is li.-ii m ’ Nm i- ii
iniendeiLlii work miracles in curing diseases
which Hieiiicnralih , Inn we do not hesita'e
in say, llial, it any ol lie- following diseases
can he cujell, Marshall’s Erailiralm willcer
tiinlv do it. 3’ry i( and lie cniiviueed.
I Fm RhenHiaiisin. Linulngo, Painful
Nerves, Spinal A (feci ins. Palsy, Disloca
tions. Sprains, Bruises, Strains, (E lem iions
Stvellings, Weak Joints, Couir.idl'd i’en
dons, Tuinois, Nodes, Ganglions, Wens,
Goitre, Headsiiche, Weak Back, (ioot,
’ Sciofula and Tooth-ache.
The following letter anti certificate is from
a person in the city. Tim original can be
| seen at the store of the proprietor.
AUGUST A, January 31, 1851.
Messrs. W. 11. & J. TuitPfN :—Gentle
nieu, — I have much pleasure in sating that
my wife, who.has been afflicted with Rheu
matism in the feel and kite, s I'm the past two
months. Inis been i min !\ cured by the use
of • Marshall’s M tgir P ;in Eisdicntor.’ It
is, in ill. opinion, the Inst remedy ,vcr of
fried the afflicted public, as it will certainly
t ine. Evei v body slu'iild loivc it.
Yours, respectfully, &c.
Fur sale by D’Antigone & Barry, D. B.
Pluuih Si. Uu., VV. H. Tuii, W. K. Kitchen
and the Proprietors, Augusta, Ga.
Foi sale in Charh .stoii, hy Nelson r,
Ch &, Ooiirtrier. Dr. Cleveland, W. A.
iSkrine, and John VV. xShoy.
For )saleing|ethorpp, by
P. T. FEARS.
•Sept. sth, 1851. 215 m
The undersigned being
joint an equal partners to the town
Lot* of W ■st Oglethorpe, located on apart
of Land L"t 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 property under
thi‘ firm ot J. W. Herring Ac N. L. Angier,
and that either partner, the names here ntn
annexed is authorized to execute legal and
warrantee titles to any or all of said Town
Lots, located ns above described.
J. W. HERRING,
N. L. ANGIER.
West Oglethorpe, Sept. 5, 1851 21 ts
Georgia Maeon County
A LL persons interested, are hereby
/tL n lift- and dial four months d’ler date,
application “id be made to tlit litferiwr
CtVhrl of Said County, w ben silting for or*
dianrv purposes for leave to sell the hole
f the real e-tute of Howard VV. Elli*
eeeased, late ofsaid Comity.
A A. ERWIN, Adm’r.
Sept. 5 1 It, 1851. 21 4m
Hardeman k Hamilton,
! WARE-HOUSE I\D COMISSION MERCHANTS.
A! icon, Ga. j
liiiini'iun k Hardeman,
FACTORS’ IN!) COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Will give )ir*mjit t hII business
< iioi iii'te.l >i> them, at i idler place.
THOMAS HARDEMAN. CIIAS. F. HAMILTON.
SOUTHWESTERN RAIL ROAD.!
A DMLY TRAIN for
l J -,sseotfers and rfembt’
leaves Maeon at 6 2 A. M —A>riven ai
Oglethorpe at | I 2 A. M.—Arrive* at
Maeon ui 3-2 P. M. C oioet tint; each
wax with the Cenlinl am! Maemi & Wes
tern icuiu-, and (lie Tallahassee Mail
S l'i Fii'ie. Paksengers dine m Fort
V (Ilex l | |*2 P. At.
GEO xV. AD AMS, Sn|d. S. W. R. I*.
Oal< thorpe, Oet. 10. 1851. 20 H
Shoes for the Darkies.
jM HXIfX Pairs of xvell made Negro
shoes, just received and for
sale by, j DONEY & CO. i
O-ietltorpe, oct. 10, 1851. 26 6in
A LARGE assortment of Medical, Clas
sical, Miscellaneous, and Soliool Books
iSJaies, Pencils, Paper, Ink and Bank Books
ot every description, and for sale hy
P. T. FEARS Druggist.
Oglethorpe Aug. 1 1851. 16-if
rgTllE undersigned having under construe-
JL lion la,ge and cbnmiolious Ware-
Houses, take this method ol informing Plan
ters and Merchants generally, that they will,
in a few days, be prepared to receive Cotton
in Store, or any kind of Merchandise on
BAGGING, HOPE, or any kind of sup
plies, will be purr based ill this maiket, or
oi tiered either from Savannah or Macon, tit
the lowest prices. The strictest attention
will he paid to all business entrusted to their
care. From pal experience wo flatter our
selves that general satisfaction will be given.
LIBER \L ADVANCES made on Cot
ton stored with us. J. E. J. HORNE.
August 22, 19—if. J. W.C. HORNE.
Dealer in Fsrrrian tind Domestic
Gibbons A e/e Building. Corner of
Congress ft hita her Streets
17 KERN constantly on hand, mid is now receiving a
•’ larav ant! well wlecfctl PtocU of Foreign and Domes*
tu‘ Z 9 i>C (/ H&i. huitable for die siHson, to
whcili In* inviu>< itn* partiinlur attention of mere limits
vi -iting the market.
‘■a*annuli, August IS5\. 19—vm.*
FA C T O lIS
ANDREWS HARDWICK CO.,
HARDWICK fy COOKE,
The House, fit Oglethorpe, trill receive and
forward Rrtnhtee to the House at Sa.-
vannoh, and furnish Earn Hi/
Snp/itips, Banging, Hope,
.ye., to their Patrons
! John F. Anorews, John G. Cooke,
July 17- Richard S. Hardwick. 14-6 m.
A!aeon Sheriff’s Sale.
VI ILL be sold before the Court Hotisn
f V door at Lnnter, Macon County tin the
First Tuesday in October next,
the following propel tv to wit:
Lot of Land, No. 92, in the 13th Distiicl
of formerly Muscogee, now Macon County,
Also one large Road Waggon and Six Mules,
all levied on as the property of Mi Kinnith
Taylor, to satisfy a fi fa form Macon Supe
rior Cyan, in favor of Jours Hicks vs. said
Tavlor. Property pointed out hv defendant.
THOS. DIXON, Sh ir.
August 29. 1851.
Fil IIIOM \S WILLIAMS respectfully in-
Jl_ footis his fiiends and the public, iliat lie
has purchased the lease and furniture of the
above establishment, and that ns sole pro
piietor, he intends to give the business his
strict personal attention. He. xxitl secure po
lite and competent cletks and seivauts, and
is determined that the table and liar shall bo
suplied with the very best the country affords.
The House is too well known for him to say
any thing in regard to it. The rooms ale
in fine repair, and die furniture as good as
can be found in any House in die Slate, —
Thankful fur the liberal patronage bestowed
upon the old fit in of Buford Ac Williams, dur
ing kis former connection xvitli his House, he
pledges himself to spare no effort to give en
tire siiTtsfnction to both nexv and old friends.
July 24, 18.51, 15 ly.
Valuable House and l.ot
For sale, on Simipler street.
THE SU DSC RIDERS offer for
Sale their House and Lm Situa
ted on Sumpter Street, m Square three
Lot N<>- 6. in the Toxx nos Oglethorpe.
The Housed* a large two story building,
tlte loxver *torx now occupied as a Store.
Those who desire a bargain would do
xxell to apply tarlv, as this is one of tbe
most valuable locations for business in
T. H R. FLEAIMING,
J. J. CHAFFIN.
Oglethorpe, Sept. 5, 1851. 21 ts
Carriage Making and Repairing,
THE Subscriber would respectfully an
nounce to the Citizens of Travelers
Rest and its virinhv, that he is prepared to
execute nil kinds of wmk iu his line oflmsi
ness, such as making and repairing all kind
of Vehicles, at the shiftiest moire. And al
so In the Citizens of Oglethorpe and llie ad
joining Country, that he is prepared to exe
rule all pd>s ilmA may he brought to him, in
the ivny of Harness linking and Repairing ;
and that lie keeps nil hand, both Coinage*,
Buggies, and harness cad v made, anti for
sale ..t the lowest Cash prices.
Those wishing in purchase xx ill do xvell t<>
call and examine his stuck before purchas
ing else xvhere.
11. D. POWELL.
Travelets Hist, July 24, 1851. 15 lx
RABUN, FULTON & CO.
NO. 207 BAY STRKET
J. W IMBUN. i
j n l. rin.TN. SAVANTTAH, GA,
! I I*. WIIITKIIKAD, )
irrr ILL give strict tittention to the sal#
Ww of Cotton and other produce, con.,
signed to them, and promptly fill orders for
Bagging, Rope and Family supplies, al lit#
j lowest prices.
j August 22, 1851 19 6m.
VO.NGK A OWEN,
FAd OKS, AN D
i COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
NO. 94 BAY-STREET,
SA VANN'AH GEORGIA.
w. r. YO.NOE. [julv 17 6m.] w. oden.
N. OUS LEY ff SON,
GODFREY OLSLEY ts < 0.,
JAMES F.. OODFRF.Y,
n. orst.F.v, July 17, ISSI.
u. r ot'st.F.v. 14-6nt.
LEWIS * PRICE,
Ware House and Commission
J 1 er c han ts ,
WE TAKE this method to say to our
friends, ami those who may entrus
ts with tlu ir business, that wo have coinplet
ted our Ware House in this place, and are
now ready to attend to all business in our
line. We will give our peuomil attention to
business, and no pains will he spared to pro
mote the Interest of those who may favor us
with their business. ’Pile usual advances
made on Cotton and other produce in Slore.
Kf.BK.KT LEWIS, JOHN V. PRICK.
Oglethorpe, July 24, 1851. J 5 ly
E. IS WEED,
71 a eon. On.
ENGLISH AND AMERICAN
. , m Hardware .
WOULD invite the uUenlioti'of
his friends to bis stock of Cut
lery, Iron, Nails, Hollow-ware, Guns, Black
smiths and Carpenters Tools, Agricultural
Imglimenl, Axles, Springs, Mill Irons, Tin
Plate, Sheet and bar Copper, Lead and
Zinc, Locks, Latches, Hinges anil Strews
4tul every other ankle usually kept in llard
| ware Stores, which ho will sell oil reason#*
Macon,Julv 19th, 1851. 1*) ly
~Y. it . ARRIN GTO N ,
A TToR NEY AT LAW ,
AND NOTARY PUBLIC,
OirletlioriM*, Itliu ou Connty, Cut
April 17, 1850. 2 ly
Wnslibiirn, Wilder ACo
JOSEPH WASHBURN,) 114, Bay Street
JNO. It. WILDER, > Soi'cmnah, On
KltA (J, DANA. ) July 84, 1851. 15 6m
Land and oilier Property for Sale-
HE Subscriber ofleis Ibr sale a valua
[ bio settleiiiei*l of Oiik and Hickory,
Land, nearest point within one mile of Ogle
thorpe, on both sides of Flint River, (tlm
residence on said land being within two and
a half miles of Oglethorpe, on the East side
of said Rivet) containing six hundred and fif
ty or seven hundred acres, two bundled of
which are now in cultivation. There-is also
a good Ferry on said land. There is atso a
settlement of land containing about five bun
dled acres. 200 of which are in cultivation
which can be puirliased on reasonable terms
if desired, lying broadside of the above des
ciibed settlement. (Said lands are well wa
Also a small lot of Negroes, Mules, Wa
gons, and all tbe farming implements be
longing to the premises’ to be sold with the
lands, or without, to suit purchasers. The
above property will bo sold on good terms.
Those who desire to purchase will do well
to cull and examine for themselves.
SEN US H. CLAnK.
July 24,1851. 15 6iu
SuliMCiilieis having as
soii.iied themselves under the
altove name, for Ihe purpose of transacting a
General and CoiUß&fcion
Business, take liiis method ol inlorming the
Planters and Merehunis generally, tiiat they
are mnv prepared to receive Cotton in Stole
or any other Goods on consignment.
They will have on hand at ail Hlttes
j ßagging, Hope, Twine, Sugar, Coffee,
Salt, Iron , 4’ c - <-V c ‘
Liberal Advances made on cotton whea
G. C. Carmichael. J, P, Mauvey.
Messrs. Logan & Atkinson; Macon, Ga.,
“ Neely &• Fleming; Griffin, “
Oglethorpe, July 3, 1851. 12-ly.
\GUF.ABLE to an order of the lloiior
ahl the Infetior Court of Sumter
County, when sitting lor ordinary purposes,
w ill he sold at the Court Mouse in Lanier,
on the first Tuesday itt October n>')tt, on a
short credit, say till the liisl day of January,
Lot of Laud number eight (No 8) in the set.
rood district ol formerly Muscogee now Ms*
con County, said land Icing part of tha as*
late of James M, [). King deceased, Bad
sold fur the benefit of the distributees.
ANGUS M. D. KINS, AdatV.
July, 31 1851. M.fcU.