SS K. SELLERS,
■W iMABEX <fc jrXiWS^EJK.
OGI.I TtIuKPE, (• A ,
Qt WOI'LT) respectfully tin- public this’ he
JCZVltan pemuuirtiily Ira-alcil in Ityvtluirpe, (tit tho
*tnurpue of Hepniring Gktek*, Watches. Jewelry
Sic. no will visit all the prinripfe tm, iu and villages in
South-Western Ccur-ia, tlttrintr the xutmni'r months fur
the purpose of executing any worfcm lip line <>l Imsiiiewt
that may present itst-lfi A!liv|iairittg ttoite in a work*
manlike manner, ami warranted.
April Vlih, 1851 3-ts.
“WTOW on hand end for .sale hi this Office,
Justice’* .Summons, Exei'tilimi!. &e.
iSu.rtlP* Deeds, Juror Summons, Bonos Ac
Aov oilier Blanks furnished n| sliorl notice
All o>tiers when accontpanied by (he < ttsli
Wi*l be promptly at(eqded in.
60 COPIES OF THE
Married Woman's Medical Companion ,
For sale at the “South-VVext Of
fice by C. B YOUNGBLOOD.
P. S. All orders from abroad promptly ■
BUOGEYS and carriages.
THE SUUSCRI HER lias on lihiiil
and will coii'inne to keep, till kinds
of Carriages for sate. His Catiinge* now
in Store at the Ware-House ol G. C. Car,,
rnicliael 6c Cos. I shall he absent for a tew
days, during which time John P. Ilivey
will act as my authorised Agent. Any per
son wishing carriages call tail on hint and
W B. HALL.
Oglethorpe, sept. 5, 1851. 21 ts.
TfpSKRS. NKLSOft&Ci MMlNliwould inform t Up
i*i- pubiic Vbv.t perron* hiring • iigjffe* front lh*ir Mab|**
uium expert to pay on tin* delivery of ilium,unt) perrons
bourdinghorwf* with them uu-t |>*i\ monthly. > heir nr
ce*Mtit*> require this court* 1 . All priMiun ind* bud t<i
them by note or account ‘will plea>e settle liniuniiatrlv
April #4b, 1851. 3-if
Four months oiie. datenppii
catinn will to* marie to tlteCmiii ol
Ordinary of Macon County, when sitting f" 1
Ordinary purposes for leave to sell all lla
lands, negroes, goods, Chanels \i. lo li.op
ing to tile estate of lMcGiotider Brvau d,*< M
NATHAN BRyAN. Ado...
Sept. s*li, 1851- 21 4nt
THE tttnlereitilled will keep con
slanlly nil hand, mid tor sale hi
G. L>. Carmichael &, Co’< VVare*ll ms,, •or
ner of Ba ker and Cuiler street*. A Urg*
supply of Harness of all description, Car
riages, Buggies, Wagons and Dials; also ex
tra Bridle lines &.C.
VV Inch wilt be sold at the lowest prices;
•Holders promptly attended to.
S. B. KING.
Sept. 12, 1851; 22 4m.
A Sweet Breath
-jt>.R. MASSON’S Vanilla Tooth Wash
I F for cleansing the teeth, and Poryfiving
the breath, for sale ut FEAR’o Drug Store.
Sept. sth, 1851. 21 ts
Carriage Making and Repairing.
THE Subscriber would respectfully tin
nouuce to ttie Citizens of Travelers
Rest and its vicinity, thui lie is prepared to
execute all kinds of win k in his line of hnsi
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 lie is prepared to exe
cute all jobs that may be brought to him, in
the way of Harness making and Repairing;
and that lie keeps on hand, both Carriages,
Baggies, and harness r-adv made, and lor
sale at the lowest Cash prices.
Those wishing to purchase will do well to 1
call and examine his stock before purchas
ing else where.
H. D. POWELL.
Travelers Rest, July 24, 1851. 15 ly
DR. JAMES M. FOKES reipectfollvof-
I’ers his services to ihe citizens ot Ogle
thnrpp and vicinity in the various b'H.iches
of Medicine. H>* may be found ai Mr. Fears
Drug Stote during the day, and lit the Pa
vilion House at night, when nut profession*
August 14,1851. 18—-if
Land and other Property for Sale
74'HE Subscriber offeis for sale a valua
j| ble settlement of Oak and lle kory,
Land, nearest point within one mite of Ogle
thorpe, on both sides of Flint River, (die
residence on said land being within two and
a li'df miles ol Oglethorpe, on the East sidt
of said River) containing six blind red and fit
ty or s'-v. n hundred arr.s, iwo bundled ol
which are now in cultivation. There is also
a good Ferrv on said land. There is also a
settlement ot land containing about five bun
dled acres. 200 of whi. hare in cultivation
which can be puicliased on reasonable l< mis
if desired, Ivmg broadside of the above des
ciihed settlement. Said lands are well wa
Also a small lot of Negroes, Moles, Wa
gons, and all llm farming implements be
iongi.lg to the premises’ to l e sold wiih die
lands, or without, to suit put chaser*. The
above property will b<* sold on good terms.
Those who desire to iiarchasi will do w.ll
to call and examine f.r tbemiblves.
SEN US H. CLARK.
July 24, 1851. 15 6m
THE -real remedy for Übeutuatisin, Gout. Pain in the j
Side. Hip. Back, Limbs and Joints; Scorfnlo. Kine’s
Evil. White Swettnigs. Ilaol Tiun-rs. Stiff Joints, and
nil fixed pains whatever. Where this Plaster is applied i
Pain cannot exist.
Tlie-e Plasters possess the advantages of being put 1
lip in air-tight boxes; hem e they retain their bill virtues
in all climates
‘I Ins celebrated Pain Extractor lias been so exten
sive!’ used by Physician* and the people in general.!
both in this country and But pur. that it is almost need-!
Ir-s to -av any thing about it. Yet there may lie some
who stand in need of in* healing poweis who have not
vet tried it. For th-tr sakes we will simply slate what it
ha done in thousands of eases, and what it will do for
them when tried
A VOICE FROM GFORGIA.
Head the following testimony from a
Gestlfmkn —Your Hebrew Plaster has eared me of
pains of which I have suffered for twelve years past.—
During thi” period I labored uniter an affliction of my
loins and side, and tried many remedies that mv own
medical experience suggested, hm w ithout obtaining re
lief. Al length I used your Plaster, and nm now by its
good effects entirely cured I will recommend the lew
David or Hebrew Plaster to all who are suffering from
contraction of the muscles, or permanent (tains in the
side or ItacK.
1 lie pi-ople of Georgia ave hut to become acquainted
with its virtues when they will resort to its use.
Yours,truly M. W. WALKP.It, M. I)
Forsyth. Monroe County, Ga.
To Messrs, t-eovil &. .Mead. New Orleans. La.
JEW DAVID’> OR HEBREW PLAS
TER IN NORTH CAROLINA,
Messrs. Scovill & Ylentl: I have been troubled with
thechronic rheumatism for the last twelve years. On
tie Ist of Jill,. 1449.1 was so had that I could not turn
myself in bed. and the pain so severe that l had not
slept n wink for six days. At thi, time ntv attending
physi inn prescribed the'‘Hebrew Plaster.” and United
like n charm; the pnui left me. and 1 slept more tlmu
half of the night,and in tin ce days 1 was able to ride
out. 1 consider the Hebrew Piaster”-lie best remedy
for ail sorts of pains now in tr-e G \V. M’MINN
fiendsrxinivilln,N <’ Aug Ifi. 1850
ffanire ff Counterfeits mid bast unitatiims !
The eer iiiuc will iu future have tile signature of E.
’ AVLoh on the steel plate engraved label on the top of
i’tlrrhfts r* are advised that a mean counterfeit of this
urit-le i, it, existent e.
‘Hie genuine is sold only by ns, nttd by our agents ap
pointed throughout the South —and no jjnUnr is attornd
in nil it Dealers ami purcha-ers genreallv are raution
e.| against buyhtg “f any hot onr regular agents, other
wise they will be imposed uponl-h a worthle ■article
SCtIVII. & Ml AD. 113
fit art re” street. V Orleans, Sole enernl Agents for
the sou lie n States, to wliotiiall orders mttsi invaria
bly he in hirers el l
-old In I lend & Oliver. Oglethorpe. Ga.; I. F,. A A
11. Thonitwon I’ottil Town; 11. M- Jeter. Huna Vista;
0 Young. America"; Dill A Marshall. Fort Gaines; AV
! Anderson. Fort Vu’ley; ristts-r A Howard. IVrry-
t vvltolesale to llavilaml Iveese A Cos. ‘e
Y ork; Haviinntl ilisle & Go Au ni-ta Ga.; Haviland
HarallA to ayd P >l. t'ohen Charleston. S.
West okthofs!‘ ?
il | i I'A l’F.l) on ihe it' l ol La’il V’ .si
l ilu* |u I‘Si iii locality ot ilie City ol
Oglethorpe, |!p ?
luitts’iliately after rnissiui! ilit Brunch.—
(xround tiieii nnl rolling, w.itet gooil. Town
Lots suilahlo for business or residence. The
Lois life ini mediately on ihe main loud lead
ing lo Pooiliown ami Ano runs from which
direction the priiicipie irutle for this point
will come. Those desirous of healih or plea
sant locations, ill do well to cal! and exam
ine lor themselves. Lots have already been
sold to the amount of Severn 1 thousand dol
lars, Apply to the subscribers on the prem
J. W. HERRING,
N. L. ANGIER.
West Ogtellmrpe, Julv 9, 1851. 13 ts (
- j L j,,,, I
For Sale. !
rOT No. 9 ->n Square 3on the Corner 1
A of Macon and Chatham Sireeis. Ap
ply -o PHILIP COOK.
Ogelihnrpp, July 3, 1851. 12-ls.
FORT GAINES HOTEL.
O. 11. D4VIS,
H AVING purchased the above’nsmed Hotel would le
speetfully inform his friends and the public gene
rally thai he has taken lAill charge of it. Those visiting
Fort I laities w ill 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 1-ot and com
modious Stables, sufficient for the accommodation of
March 25, 1851. I—ly
j. \r. sPEJ\rt eT 1
MERCHANT TAILOR. I
„ OGLETHORPE, GA. ,
,r '* ESPECTFULLY informs the ciii zt-u i
ot Ogh’ihnrite and viitniiy that he is
now piepared In e*"ciiie any work entrusted
to i.ini, in the nemesl and latest style. He I
will also keep for sale, a variety of (
CLOTHS, CASSIMERES. VEST ,
INGS. HOSIERY, SHIRTS hr.
Persons wishing good Clothing, will do i
well lo call and examine foi themselves be- J
fore purchasing elsewhere Shop on the s
corner o! Sumter and B ‘ker Streets.
Ogh-ilinrpe, Sept, 19, 1851. 23 ly t
DRua stow:. \
PHILIP T< FE \RS takis this nn ihiMl 1
nf calluig the aiteiiliou of Ins liientlx!
and the puhlir gi lieially to his spit ndid as-
sorlnieiit of Dings and Mcijii mes now on
IlHnri, and a*s. res ihe Physii iana nl lliis and
tin- sin rounding villages ihm he will <|u all m
his power to give satisfaction.
II Bogs leave also to call the aiti-ntion
of ihe l.adk * lo his heauiiful supply of
TOILET TOWLE US ts /Vi/A7’s .
Ogiellnirpe, Angusi 1. 1851. Hi it.
FOI’R MONTHS after date apt.lieatim, 1
will lie made to ih< f’oiirt of Ordma- l
r\ ol Macon COIIIIIA for leave to sell a negro
“irl for the benefit ..I V. i’ll.* J Hi !. minor.
J \ME BFLI , G"id’t,,
July 17, 1851, 14-4111, |
w- NOTICES OF
Mi Oj ELS. Mft
>1 no Ii a House,
Comer of Cr< scent and Sumter Streets
BY A. M. THOMASON.
THE best accomodations that the times
and market will afford may he found
at the above named House, at all times.
No effort Avill he spared to render ail who
June 5, 1851. 8-ly.
Immediately Ojr/wsi’t the
South \\ esten Rail Road Depot,
s, s. BOONE.
June 1, 1851. 7 -ts.
< glethorpe Hotel,
LLEN SUTTON would respectfully
inform the public, that he hits opened
ala rue and commodious house for Public Entertainment
in the new town of Oglethorpe, under the management
of James Bell, whose experience in the buxines* will en
able him to give general satisfaction to all. The rooms
of the hoiit-e are well finished anti supplied with exc*-l
lent beds. dM\ The table will always be supplied “ith
the bestfaretlie country •an afford. In short it is inten
ded, if poss-ibl •, to make this hou-e superior to any in
>outh-estern (ieorgia. A large Brick building is now
beingerei ted on the premises for the purpose of affording
extensive accomodations, which will be completed by
fall. f Hie public are invited to call.
Oglethorpe, May, !•*>. -851. 5 ly, |
IIILIP T. FEARn lokes this method
£ ol luforiuiiig the citizens ,ot Ogh iliorpe
and iis vicinity that ho ts iKiUGpn p-ircd to
take likenesses in a neat and superior man
net, iu Bieastpinfi Lockets, Morroco, Silk
uni velvet cases. 45 Delay not, then, lo s* -
cure one orimore of the mementoes of life,
which, oniliyf the try ing circumstances of a
final seperaiion, no pi ice can purchase.
Rooms it the Dt og Store on Baker Slmei.
May 22, IHSI. 6-if.
(iEI BUM —Macon (ounty
( nurt / Ordinary. May trm IKSI.
Present their Honors, lel.ahod lla’ Is Jic
senli Mott, Geoigi \\ illiains, O. C. Home
and Nathan lit van. Justices
I a(i(>eaiing to ihe Tiiiiil that \higal
Dost* r. Adlii’r oil the Estate of AV ilsoo
Hostel, dei ’ll, his lody -e.ileil ■(> s lid Estate
is a|,| aieil h\ tin- tom lots filed in office,
and pia s lo In- ili-inisseil limn said Aomin
istralion. Il is ihereloie oidireil by Ihe
Court thai >t>e Cleik ol Ibis Court cause a
Notice to he published, calling upon all per
sens concerned, to be and appear at ihe
November Term of said C-iuri and show
cause if any they have why letters of Dis
mission should not be granted.
A true exirart finm the minutes.
YV U. CORBITT, Cl’k.
May 22 1851. 6-1116111.
HE Subscriber announces to the peo
fi pie ol Oglethorpe and smfounding
Country, that he has pnw on blind, and wiii
continue to receive, Bugeies, Carriages,
Rockaways, &c., and will sell on reasonable
terms. Those wishing to purchase anything
in his line are invited to call and examine
his Stock, at Messrs. Lewis &. Pi ice’s
Wate House, on Baker Street.
t. m. Jackson, Agem.
Oglethorpe, July 9tli, 1851. 13 if
J. Kaufman & Bro.
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 if
The SOUTH-WEST GEORGIAN is
isued every Friday morning in the new
Town ol OGLETHORPE, at the low
pi ice of Two Dollars a year, to be paid in
We are now and ever have been for ihe |
Union. The “Georgian” will, therefore,
advocate the measuies of the great conser
vative Union Party, it will pursue a fait and
candid course towards the Opposition—he
slowing censure on whatever is sensmahh-,
and ever battling for tiulh, tegsidless ol the
source from whence il emanates.
Its columns will be filled with choice selec
tions of Miscellaneous. Poliliial, Domestic
and Commercial News, from a number of the
most popular Journals of the day; together
with Statistics anil general information 01.
the engrossing Sllllp'Cts ol Intkrnai Im
phovemfnt and Southern Manufactures.
Al)\ ERTISING. ‘
Advertisements will be inserted on the
foilin’ dig n 1 ms;
() in Dnllai (iei square of twelve lines of
less for iln fust insertion,and Fifty Cents fm
each insertion thereafter.
A Ido rul deduction will In- made on v arlv
advertisements, or ‘hose inserted fm three or
six months. Also ronncts will ni idt j
with County Officers, to advriis* or tin in
on the most liberal tel ms.
Ml lelleis on business, llllisl 111 in'iliessedi
lo C B Y migt loed, Pohhshei. 10 p< st
paitl YOl XGBI.* f'l*A IU l LAND
Ogh-tLoipt fra. Alay 7*’ IKSI
RV FHY ‘1 ADF ri.OTIHNC al Cesi
fm Ca,.. I.A DONFY & C„.
July I*l 1851. ‘ 12-if. |
f* HE “PAVILION HOUSE” in the
| new town of Oglethorpe, situated on
the corner of Crescent and Macon Sts., near
and in full view of the Rail Road Depot, is
now offered for sale. The building is new,
the rooms are large, neat,and airy, possessing
every convenience for the comfort of travel
ers and boarders. Purchasers are invited to
call and exantinp for themselves.
ASHBURN, BOON & Cos.
May 28th 1851. 7-ts
FOR Sale, by DILL &.MARSHALL,
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 pi ices.
DILL & MARSHALL.
Fort Gains, Ga. June 1, 1851 9 ts
B ‘ LOUR. 75 Barrels Supeifine Ftoufl
2 for sale at Fort Gains, Ga. by
DILL & MARSHALL. *
June 1,1851. 9 ts.
r j- -
Brandy, wine, gin whiskey,
S)R If UP. and VIN EG AdR, for sale bv
dill &, marsh all.
’ Fort Gains. Ga. June 1, 1851. 9lf
! HOES, Hats, Clafhme, Saddlery, crock
1 , erv. Haidware. furniture. Nails, Salt,
’ Iron, Coffee, &i &c., for
■ sale at jite cheap Store ir Fort Gains Ga.
dill &, marshall.
June 1, 1851. 9 ts.
ALL persons indebted lo the firm of T.
M. Jackson &. Cos., in the Counties ol
Maeon, Slimier. Dooly and Marion, are no
tified that their notes and accounts ha ve been
placed in the hands id Philip Cook, Esq, of
Oglethorpe, for set I lenient.
T. M JACKSON&CO.
June 19, 1851, 10-ts,
1*8; HE On-pamieislop In leiofon- existing
I under lla fiimol A. • ELLE’ &Cos
is litis day dissolv’ dby mutual 01 sent. Ei
ther id the luulerslgio and, • II a lied lo the
bnsini sot ill*- uusei'h and Imu, .-nit me 10-
‘horisi and to use iis nanr in tiqiit-iuiimi.
g. f. Palmes.
Savannah, June 19. 1851. *ln.lv
THE Undersigned liavii g disixosed ol his
interest in the GR(K ERY BUS|
NF.SS tu his late paltrier, Mr.G. F. P YLMS
and J. VV. WEBSTER, ol the late fire of
Swifi, Dt nslow &, VV ebsiei, would respect
hilly solicit a continuance to them of the
patronage of his late firm, A. WELLES.
Savannah, June 19, 1851. *itMy.
COP .4 ItT NT It SIIP.
T?.'E Undersigned having hooglll out till
interest of Mr. A. VV ELLES, of the
firm of Messi*. A. Welles & Cos., have form
ed a copartnership, and will continue the
WHOLE SALE GROCERY and PRO
DUCE BUSINESS, under the film of
VV EB>TER 6c PA LMES, at the old stand
of A. W, Sc Cos., and respectfully’ solicii a
continuance of the patronage of that firm, and
of ihe public generally.
geo. f. palmes.
Savannah, June 19, 1851. * 10-ly.
A New Livery, Sale and Exchange
S T A B \a K,
l.oeiited on the corner or Knndolpli
aiKtChntlinm Streets, in full view of
The Oglethorpe Hotel ,
WILL be completed and ready for
business by tin 20th Inst. At this
Stable will be kept, Horses Buggies, Carri
ages and Vehickles of all descriptions, lo
hire, sell nr swap. Persons will be sent lo
any point in Georgia. Horses boarded by
the month, week or day. Persons coming
to out place to tke 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 Hinple provision will be made for
A. W. CoI.LINS, G W. ASHBURN,
j c. ashburn, m. s. McKenzie.
Oglethorpe July 1,1851. 12 6ttt.
RAIL-R AD H USE,
Opposite Central Rail Road Depot
£ AST MACON,
BY S.M. LANIER.
Afay 15. IUSI. My, J
Rates of toll at
s. H I LtHK's FEUKT.
On Flint River.
/ M A N and Horse, 10
Ox Cart; 25
1 Horse VV ag£nn or B"gty, 25
2 ” “ “ * 30
2 11 Close Carriage, Batiiiii-h nr
4 6 Vol. * e.m, pDp 40
’ V v* b'i sue !> |o>n the r<md fr n
I F ri\ it iiniifii* MiHMt BtHkVl iei k,
h diN’ ih r 011 m him) hnlf nih >
| troll the |\n%. Till iHlldtllgti. an a*
; is a 1 v i*>. In River.
J iv 9 Ssi 19 6m !
.loh work newt I\ fxc*tru
j ted at liiiscilicey loi cash.
MALE AND FEMALE COLLMP
THE coiiduotnre of the Inutimtlnn asstire its
(latrons. anti the public in general, that Iwßp
apvays shall be a sufficient number of ‘ -jiyetent- i"-
striif tors and Tutoresses ir. all the brand*, professed
to be laualit in the Institution- JM
A punctual observance of the
of good morals, a due regard to ilec&ey ami politeness,
shall he promoted by every by
persuasion, kind anil gejifefefttiiwgnniop. But when
these are ilisregunlei! and faults wantonly committed
a coins I the fundamental principles of good education,
then proper severity shall be applied; and if unfortu
nately, the obstinacy of thedelinquent should amount to
inaotigihiena*, hd resotm-e is left for the preservation
■ 1 discipline, but expu listen or dismission, which, how
ever. shall never take place, but by the decision of a
-majority of the Board, (Visiting Committee.)
f Orthography per Academic year, $ Ifi 00
Tuition in Spelling, heading, A ritlunetical la
bles, It ruing and Arithmetic per Academic
year, 20 00
The above with Geography. English Grammar,
the use and drawing of Maps, 25 00
The above or either of the foregoin • with En
glish Composition, Ancient and Modern His
tory, with problems on the Globes, Orna
mental Penmanship and Botany, 30 00
The above • r either ol the foregoing with Ge
ometry, Algehra, Trigonometry Mensura
tions, Surveying Navigation Civil Engi
neering, Chemistry, Geology,.Natural, Mur
al anil Mental Philosophy, Khetoric and
l/>gic, 40 00
The languages alone or with either the above
departments, 40 00
French alone, 20 00
Instnintei ial JJustc, 50 00
L ! se of Insrrument, 10 00
Needle Work and Embroidery, 8 00
Wux Flowers and Knot, 15 00
Drawing and i’ainiing, 15 (XI
G. B. VV AKDL AW Esq.
Coe J. E. BROWN’
Dr VVM. J. JOHNON;
JaRED HUDNALL; Esq.
BENJ. HODGE, Esq.
JOSHUA HA HR In, Esq.
The Instiltttioii lias an extensive Plulosltphieal
Chemical. Astronomical and Mathematical Apparatus
sufficient for tin- denioiistra'ii'ti of all Chemical ami
j Scientific cognitia.
I lit pupils ate received fer no less a period than a
No deduction will he made for absence, unless occa
sioned b protracted sickness.
One hall, or part of the tuition isexpeclcd in advance,
and the remaining at the close of the session.
Board tain he obtained, in Vspei table families, a
from eight to ten dollars per month. t
JOHN A. GRANT,
ort Gainrs, January, 185, I—ly Principal..
J. Kaufman 4* Kro’*’
INKW DRY GOODS
AM CLOTHING STORE.
On huker S reel below the Oglethorpe
WOULD respectfully inform ihe Pub
lic that they have just opened their
| k, fonsisline of f'ulicoes. Ginghams,
Muslins, and all kind of Ladies Dtess Goods,
Hose, Gloves Laces, Edgings, ilk 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 respectfnlly inform the public that he is a me
” chanic and that he can execute jobs of sash, doors
blinds and inside finishing ol houses, also he can make
chain pumps at the shortest notice. He may he found at
Boone’s Hotel at all times when not engaged.
Oglei horpe, May 8, 1850. 4 6m
Drs. THOMASON & DAVISON,
®®SM.®l'a@ 2PSi , S-1!5(@3A58 , &
D ESPECTFHLLV inform their fnendsand the public
” generally that they continue the practice of Medi
cine in the new town of Oglethorpe. As one of them
has had several years experience in the practice o
Medicine, they flatter 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 respecilully solicited- ..
One of them may be fcnnihafpleir office at all hours,
except when professionally engaged.
JtTOffice on the comer of Sumpter and Crescent Sts.
A. M. Tiiomason, M. D. | J. C. Davison, M. D.
April 7,1851. I—ts
w G. C. C ARM ICHAU C o
*H E Subscribes having as>
sotiated themselevs under the
above name, for the purpose of transacting a
General Ware-Hous and Commission
Business, take tilts method ot intorming the
Planters and Merchants generally, tiiat they
are now prepared to receive Cotton in Stote
or any other Goods on consignment.
They will have on hand at a Mutinies
Bogging, Rope, Twine , Sugar, Coffee,
Salt , Iron, 6ft. Sfc.
Liberal Advances made on cotton when
G. C. Cahmichasl. J, P. Harvey.
Messrs. Logan & Atkinson; Macon, Ga.,
Neely & Fleming; Griffin, “
Oglethorpe, July 3,1851, IS-ly.
E. B H I ED,
Importer and Dealer in
ENGLISH AND AMERICAN
Ha - dtvare .
WOt) lab ■nvtie i lie attention |
in. ts en s to Ins stock ol Cut
itn • Iron. N •ilx, Hollow, ware, Gnus, Black
- molts nm C’urpenti rs Ttiols, Apt •* oliinal
lo>g tno nt, Axles, Spimg*, Mill Irons, Tin
PUlr -Ic et and bar Copper, Lead and
Z ( o’ , L u ka, Latches, Hinges and Strews
(trot even nlltei riithle usually kept in Haid
wan Stote., width he will sell on reasons,
hie in ms.
Macon, July 19tb, 1851. 15
To the Afflicted.
IF you are laboring under any of the dis
eases named below, and if you are real
ly desirous of getting restored bodily
soundness, you have it in your powir to do
so now. The price is not muchjfflpd the
the public, thowi? done that can show
JidCh a handsome result for the same length
, j of time, as
I 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 Eradicator will cer
tainly do it. Try it and be convinced.
For Rheumatism, Lumbago, Painful
Nerves, Spinal Affections, Palsy, Disloca
tions, Sprains, Bruises, Strains, CEdematous
Swellings, Weak Joints, Contracted Ten
dons, Tumors, Nodes, Ganglions, Wens,
i Goitre, Headache, Weak Bgck, Gout,
Scrofula and Tooth-ache.
, The following letter and certificate is fronv
a person in the city. The original can be
1 seen at the store of the proprietor.
AUGUSTA, January 31, 1851.
1 Messrs. W. H. 6c 3. Turpin:—Gentle
men, —1 have much pleasure in saying that
my wife, who has been afflicted with Rheu
matism in the feet 4nd knees for the past two
i months, has been entirely cured by the use
of ‘ Marshall’s Magic Pain Eradicator.’ It
, is, in nty opinion, lire best remedy ever of
feied the afflicted public, as it will a certainly
1 cure. Every body should have it.
Y'ours, respectfully, &c.
For sale by D’Antignac & Barrv, D. B.
Plumb 6c Cos., W. H. Tun, W. K. Kitchen
and the Proprietors; Augusta, Ga.
Fm sale in Charleston, by Nelson Carter,
t'a &. Courtlier, Dr. Cleveland, W. A.
Bkrine, and John W. £>toy.
For -suleingletliorpe, bv
P. T. FEARS.
Sept. sth, 1851. 21 su
A CHALLENGE TO TIIE WORLD t
IVVILL FORFEIT $10,00(1!! and pay
the same to any charitable institution,
it any nr a I lot Iter articles that flood llie mar
ket as Salvet ot Liq< ids, unde their various
cognomen of Pain Exterminators—Extrac
tors-Oinlinents —Killers. 6cc. 6cr. can per
form such a cure, in all particulars, as ha*
been performed by
Dailey’s Magical Plain Extractor ! !
in, wltal is reported in mv printed paiiipleln
as the “ Hague street Explosion Case.’’!
and 1 obligate myself more over, to pay $l
- to any parly, who can prove that tluru
is one word of untruth in that statement !
Read it—Ailye who have change of&earu
Engines, lot it may save your lives, and the
lives of thousands ofotheis.
Dalle)’s genuine Extractes, is not alone
good for the following diseases, hut it has
ptoved itself in all cases, infailable ! Only gr*
the Genuine article, and tliere is no niisCttki';
viz. Burns, Scalds, Piles, sore and inflamed
Eyes, Erysipelas, Salt R Ileum, old and en
vetcrate sores, Cuts, Wounds, Swellings,
Sprains, inflammatory and chronic Rltuinnia
tism, stiff joints, sera legs, rhilbluds, felons,
etruptior.s, aud all cstt rtml inflammations.—
Being the Salve in direct contract with tho
diseased locality—rub in on well, where the
disease will hear it. On sores apply it by
plastersspiead on linen, two appli;aiions u
day, viz: morning and evening, is generally
sufficient in all cases, apply it fearlessly, as it
is perfectly safe. Put it right inside in the
corner of the eye, when the eye is inflamed
—it will draw out the inflammation, free it
from pain and ease the eye. Try it foaress
ly and unreservedly it can do no barm, and
will certainly effect a cure! Only— get the
Genuine article! In case of broken breast
nd sore nipples, it never fails to afford al
ost instantaneous relief, and effect a positive
and sure cure*
Caution!—The public is cautioned against
base Counterfeits of my Salve, under the old
wrapper. Buy therefore Dailey’s Extractor
only in the present new wrapper and enlarg
ed boxes—Mind ! the emblems on the newr
wrapper sun Triangle, serpent, Dove, Lion
C?* •I" 1 printed circulars.
DALLEY’S ANIM VL GALVANIC,
Ascertain, quick anJ never failing reme
dy for l lie cure of Poll evil, galls, sores hu
mors, bruises, swellings broken knees.
Bone spavin, Quitterbone &c.
N. B. Broken Knees it cures without
scar or disoratirn of the hair !
H, DALLLY, Inventor and Proprietor.
415 Broadway, New York.
AGENTS SNEAD & CHAPMAN.
New Drag Store.
SUMTER ST. OGLETHORPE GA„
Oglethorpe 17. 1851. 27—8 t.
THOMAS WILLIAMS respectfully in
forms his friends and the public, that he
has purchased the lease and furniture of the
above establishment, and that as sole pro
pi ielor, he intends to give the business his
strict personal attention. He will secure po
lite and competent clerks and seivants, and
is determined that the table and bar shall he
suplied with (be very besi the country affords.
Ti e House is too well known for him lossy
anv thing in regard to it. The rooms are
in fine repair, and the furniture as good as
> an be found in any House in the State.—
Thankful for the liberal patronage bestowed
opou the old fimi of Biifont & tVdliams, dur
ing bis former connection with bis House, he
pledges himself to spare no effort to give en
tire saiista. tmn to both new and old friends.
July 24,1851, J 5 ty.