VALUABLE PLANTATION FOE SALE
THE subscriber having removed from the District ,f£*k
oilers for sale his valuable PLANTATION, situa-*£[
ted cn the Savannah River, about ten miles above Ham
burg and in the fork of said river and Stephens’ Creek,
and about two miles above the mouth of the Augusta Ca-
Tract contains about Three Thousand, Four Hun
dred and Fftv acres, recently surveyed and platted, about
one-third of which is cleared and in cultivation, the bal
ance is well wooded and heavily timbered.
This tract of land lies three miles and a quarter on the
river above the mouth of Stephens’s Creek and has a large
body of rich alluvial swamp land, above the reach of ordi
nary freshets j
The premises are divided into two plantations or aettle
fiants, one at a convenient distance from the river, and
i'e other on the Stephens’ Creek lands, with Gitn Ho lses,
acking Screws, and the usual buildings attached to each.
1 prefer to sell the plantation entire ; but being deter
mined to sell, and with a view to accommodate, 1 will, if
desired, divide the lands into seot'ous, or lots, to meet the
• wishes and suit the convenience of purchasers.
And if desired, the slock of Horses, Mules, Cattle, and
the provision crop, will be sold on very favorable terms to
. the purchaser.
A plat of the premises may be seen at the ofhee of Ro
bert McDonald, Eiq., in Hamburg, and the premises will
be shown by either of the overseers on the plantati n’
Terms will be made easy and accommodating—and for
further particulars, apply to the subscriber, in Colurab:',
8.0. [dU-twtf] JOHN BAUSKKTT.
E. GUI LD,
CIVIL BKGINBKK, ARCHITECT and CONTRAC
TOR, for the erection of the following branches of the
Mechanic’s Art, viz: —Cotton, Woolen and Hemp Factories,
Sugar Mills, and Calico Print Works ; also for the erection
of Churches, Court Houses, or the finest class Dwelling
Houses, together with Stores and Warehouses, all to be of
the most modern style—furnishing all the materials re
quired in the Builder’s Art.
All orders promptly attended to, from any part of the
Southern States and West Indies. All Contracts filled with
despatch, and warranted not to be surpassed by any artist,
for the amount of money paid.
Residence —Lawreuceville, Gwinnett county, Georgia.
FALL AND WINTER GOODS.
JUST received at my store, next to the Georgia Rail
road Bank, a choice selection of CLOTHS, CASBI
MERES and VESTINGS, all new styles, and some alto
gether different from those found it other establishments,
and will be made to measure, as usual, in the very best
My assortment of ready-made GARMENTS is good,
and made of the very best materials, and warranted to
I have also for sale a first-rate selection of Furnishing
GOODS, comprising White and Colored SHIRTS ; Merino
and Silk UNDER-GARMENTS; half-hose; STOCKS; COL
LARS; GLOVES; SUSPENDERS ; CARPET-BAGS; UM
BRELLAS, and every thing useful for a Gentleman’s
NEW SURGICAL INFIRMARY FOR NEGROES
THE SURGICAL INFIRMARY ofDrs. u. f. a
R. CAMPBELL, near the Georgia Railroad Depot, will
be completed and ready for the reception of patients from
any part of tbe State, by the 15th of November next.
The building has been constructed with special reference
to the health and comfort of patients. It will be well ven
tilated, and will have Hot and Cold Water for Bathing
and other purposes, conducted through pipes to each
HETZFELD A BORCHEIIS, take pleasure in
acquainting their friends and the public generally,
that they have leased the well and favorablv known Na
tional Coffee House, from Messrs. I. P. Girardey A Co., and
this day open it under a new name of “The Exchange,”
and in a renovated style, where they will constantly keep
on hand the best of Liquors and seasonable refreshments,
* to gratify the tastes of the most fastidious.
By constant attention to business, and with every effort
to please, they hope to merit a share of their patronage.
THK SIUEURIBEU isnow prepared
to furnish Hotels and private families »
with any quantity of MILK at eight cents
per quart, and deliver it at their residences ~'M
every night and morning. Persons wishing can leave
their orders at the office of Jamks P. Fleming.
fel6-ly j. p. FLEMING.
CORDS AND GALLOONS FOR LADIES CLOAKS
RECEIVED this day, a splendid assortment of TRIM
MINGS, for Ladies’Cloaks ; TASSELS ; BINDINGS;
GALLOONS, Ac., Ac. dS WM. O. PRICE: A CO.
CHOICE TOILET ARTICLES
IVOK LAIMAS AND (JEXTI.KME.V—A large and
full supply of all the little requisites for the toilet,
among which are Lubin’s Extracts of Jockey Club; Bog.
Caroline; Hedyosnisa; “Napoleon III” Burgamotte;
Pink; Flowers of Italy, Ac. Also, Lubin’s Philocome,
decidedly the best Philocome extract: Lubin’s Shaving
Cream; and Lubins’Sachets, just received by
Jy2S D. B. PLUMB A CO.
DK. A. CUNNINGHAM has, for the last twen
years, used the above PILLS, and found them a sa
and useful remedy in costive habits, and in those sick he
aches, arising from a deranged condition of the digest
organs. When taken according to directions, they nev
fail in assisting to remedy the many evils arising from th
abuse of medicine and improper food.
Many of my former patients continue to use them, ther
fore I can safely recommend them to all who may find
necessary to resort to the use of medicine. apr!2-iy
-STNA FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE C0.,~
TAKES Fire and Life Risks, on reasonable terms.—
Offce, first building above Bridge Bank, Broad s raet,
Augusta, Ga. n 22 6m JOHN G. SLEDGE. Agent.
PREERYTATIOS MUGS, CUPS and SAUCERS,
A China and Plated CARD BASKETS, Toy DOGS,
BHEEP, Ac. GLASS TOYS, such as Tumblers, Decanters,
Wine Glasses, Pitchers, Ewers and Basins, Sad-Ironsi
Granite, Ch na and Britannia Tea-Sets, Ac , at the China
Store of d!7 ELI MUSTIN.
GJ. > OI.GKK begs leave to inform his friends and cus
"• tomers,tha; he has now in store the choicest stock
cf CHEWING TOBACCO that can be found in this coun
try, consisting of his well known premium Pan-Cake,
Rough and Ready, High Priest, No. 5, Lion Twist, Negro-
Lead, and Stulls's Four Aces Tobacco. These brands cf
Tobacco are exclusively manufactured fer him and to his
order, of the finest Tobacco leaj that old Virginia can pro
duce. He also has on hand a very large stock of other fine
brands, together with medium and common Tobacco,
which he offers at very low prices. Those who are in want
of Tobacco, will do well by calling at the Segar and Tobac
co Store, No. 219 Broad-street, Augusta.
NOTICE.—For the convenience of his friends and cus
tomers in South Carolina, he has placed the above fine
brands of Tobacco, in the hands of B. Volger, Charleston,
and C. Volger, Columbia, who are the only ones, besides
himself, that have the above genuine brands.
d 8 GUSTAVUS VOLGER.
OXFORD HOTEL—NEWTON COUNTY, GEO.
THE SUBSCKIBKK begs leave to inform the JKf
patrons of Emory College, and the public gene- JjHjl
rally, that he has taken charge of the above Hotel, andhe
hopes with trusty servants, good cooks, and an ardent de
sire on his part to render his House second to none in the
State, to ob .ain a liberal share of patronage. Persons or
Families, wishing to spend a season in one of the mo-l
beautiful and healthy rural villages in Middle Georgia
will be accommodated with rooms, Ac. He is also con
structing commodious Stables, which will be attended by
an experienced Ostler. Terms to suit the times. His
motto will be, “ to see that none go away dissatisfied.”
FRBSH GARDEN fehhDg.—The subscribers are
now receiving their supply of Landreth’s warranted
fresh Garden SEEDS. Dealers, as usual, supplied on rea
sonable terms. dll D. B. PLUMB A CO.
Men’s fine Calf Dress BC01S;
“ “ Patent “ “
“ “ Cloth “ “
“ “ Water Proof “
‘‘ “ _ “ “ Quilted-bottom BOOTS;
Calf and patent Congress “
Ladies’ black and colored GAITERS;
“ bronze and col’d SLIPPERS, Ac.
A full supply of Misses’ and Children’s SHOES
dIT FORCE, CONLEY A CO.
NEW BOOKS.—Life in the Mission, or Six Years in
India ; by Mrs. Colin Mackineie. Health Trip to the
Tropics; by N. P. Willis. The Blackwater Chronicle—a
narrat ve of an expedition into the Land of Canaan in
Kandoloh county, Virginia, by five adventurous gentle
men. The Flush Times of Alabama and Mississippi. Mr.
Rutherford s Children ; by the author of Wide, Wide
World, etc. Notes on the Book of Daniel ;by A. Barnes.
V* or the Grand Wall, and Octagon Mode
Reeei'i? « g V by ? Fowler - u Mrß- Hale’s New Household
iieceipt Book. Just received by
THOS. RICHARDS A SON.
RIFLES, PISTOLS, dec.—VVe have receiv"
SHOI* m7vi en P^. 89 i? a rtment ° f D ° Uble aDd Sin S le Barreled
BHOI GUNS , RIFLES, warranted manufacture - (’Of T’S
REVOLVERS; ALLEN’S do.; PISTOLS of ah kinds by
nl ° MULLARKEY A OAKMAN.
Po¥atoks and onions.— ~~~— ~
85 bbls. Mercer and Chenango POTATOES •
10 “ Red and White ONIONS. Just received by
nl ESTES t RICHMOND.
I > A l^Jr, L^r fe . TKß We have 0n hand a Btock Os No.
tons of BLASTER, and expect, in a few days, a few
I give u?a PerUVian 1 £ DAN0 * Planters are invited
togiveusa call. nl2 D. B PLUMB A CO.
1 ( midd 1 i T f*i Al ‘ K — l have several lots of corn
ier sale.Wetol, al low 0 > “ * offer
_ .. W. H. PRITCHARD.
INDIA Rubber Doll HEADS. Chines tv
bodies to match ; Crying DALLAS suit -1 Jf EADS » wit,i
m** presents—four different sixes-foi sill by f ° r Christ ‘
dW -* W DUNHAM A BLEAKLY.
WE HAVE moved to the store formerly occupied by
0. H. Lee, next door above Gray Brothers where
we will be pleased to see our friends and patrons.
sepßo ESTES A RICHMOND.
NAILS.—26 tons Swede's and English
IRON, U1 sites, for sale by nß_ BA KER A WILCOX.
Ij'lGS.—Just received this day direct per steamer Two
A Cases very fine new dried FIGS in Drums.
for sale by n 23 H. F . RUSSELL.
A_„„. u .oats for sale,
FEW hundred bushels. A parcel from the same
was sown to prove the quality, and they are ud finp.
T- Also, CORN, HOMINY 4 and MEAL Vel mEAL
and Crushed CORN, for Milch Cows, to be found at the
Store below the Eagle A Phoenix Hotel.
—-i* B JAMES L. COLEMAN.
bushels Seed OATS in store. v7r
KJ sale by Ja ll H. F. RUSSELL.
WHITE LEAD- 10,060 lbs. pure—direct fronTthe
factory—for sale low by
017 WM. II TUTT, Druggist.
GL’AN'6.-1500 Packs No, 1 Peruvian
landing. dll-dßw ANTOINE POULLAIN.
b p K,I ' s —HORSES, MULES, CAT
k-J TLE, SWINE, Ac., Ac., constantly for sale by
S 6 W. H. PRITCHARD.
NEW AND ELEGANT DRY GOODS.
CtOSGKOVK & BHENNAK, No.—, Broad-street,
J formerly Kerrs A Hope, near the Globe Corner, Au
gusta, Ga., Lave already in store a very large and splcn
did assortment of beautiful
Printed CASHMERES audDELIANES ;
Brocade, Watered and Chamelion SILKS;
French MERINOS and Plain CASHMERES, of every de
sirable shade and quality;
PARAMATTAS and Coburg CLOTHS, all colors;
Embroidered Canton Crape SHAWLS ;
Long and Square SHAWLS, all prices and qualities;
fbk, Velvet and Merino CLOAKS and SACKS, new pat
Housewife and Family Drv Goods, such as Linen and
Muslin SHEETINGS and SHIRTINGS, Table DAMASKS.
DIAPERS, NAPKIN’S, LAWNS, Linen and Cotton TOW-
Large fine BLANKETS;
Toilet, Table and Piano Cloth COVERS;
Fine Welsh and Gauze FLANNELS;
Canton and Silk do.
A large assortment of Ladies’ and Children’s HOSIERY*
A complete assortment of Bonnet and Cap RIBBONS,
LACKS and EDGINGS, and Silk and Velvet TRIMMINGS
of all kinds;
Kid, Silk and Woolen GLOVES;
Ladies’ Merino HOSE;
Jaconet, Cambric, Mull, Swiss and Nainsook MUSLINS.
Plain, Striped and Plaid.
N. B. It will repay a visit to our new store to witness
the quantity, quality and low prices of out - Goods. n 22
RICH AND ELEGAN DRY GOODS.
WILLIAM U. CRANE
WOULD respectfully inform his friends and the pub
lic generally that he has just received a large and
well selected stock of Fancy and Staple DRY GOODS,
which he is determined to sell very cheap. Call and con
vince yourselves. Below will be found enumerated a few
Plain Black SILKS,aII widths and prices;
Rich do. Brocade SILKS ;
Plain SILKS, all colors ;
Elegant Figured SILKS;
Rich Large and Small Plaid SILKS;
Watered and Figured White do.
Super. French CASHMERES, 6 4 wide, very rich;
Fine (all wool) French Figured DELAINES;
Extra “ “ Plaid do.
Rich Plaid French MERINOS;
Fine Plaid Raw SILKS;
Handsome CRAPE CASHMERES, (a new article;)
Ail kinds low-priced DELAINES,both plain and figured -
French and English MERINOS, all colors;
Lupin’s best black BOMBAZINES and M. DELAINES;
“ “ plain colored DELAINES;
Ladies’ CLOTH for CU aks, different colors;
Rich 6-4 Worsted DAMASK,fur Curtains;
4-4 Figured Turkey Red PRINTS “
Rich Embroidered Lace CURTAINS ;
Worked COLLARS, CHEMIZETTES and SLEEVES o
every kind, style and price;
Embroidered and Scol’d edge L. C. HANDKERCHIEFS;
Beautiful Mourning do. do.
SHAWLS of every description ;
Cloth and Merino CLOAKS, in great variety;
Super. Black French CLOTH ;
Extra “ “ DOESKIN;
Brown, Blue and Green CLOTHS, for Youths;
CABSIMERES,SATINETS and TWEEDS:
Plain colored Dress FLANNELS;
Bed and Cradle BLANKETS;
Plaid LINSEYS and KERSEYS;
Biaek, White and Colored Kid GLOVES;
HOSIERY* at any price.
Irish LINENS, Damask DIAPERS ;
Damask TABLE CLOTHS and NAPKINS ;
White and Red FLANNELS, very cheap ;
GeorgiaSTßlP£B, Blue HOMESPUNS, OSNABURGS Ac.
NEW FALL AND WINTER GOODS.
MILLER & WARREN
HAYK JUST IIKCBIVKD. at their store, corner
opposite the Mansion House, a large and complete
STOCK OF FALL AND WINTER GOODS, consisting
Indies’ Rich Dress Goods.
Rrocade and Rich Plaid SILKS;
Brocade and Striped Biack SILKS;
Embroidered MERINO ROBES;
Rich Figured CASHMERES and D’LAINES
Plain French and English MERINOS;
Saxony PLAIDS, a beautiful article for Children’s Dresses;
Coi’d. English FLANK ELS, for Children and Ladies’ Sacks -
Super. White Gauze and Welsh FLANNELS;
Black ALPACA and CANTON CLOTHS, for Ladies’
Blach CHALLY, D’LAINES and BOMBAZINES*
French, English and American PRINTS;
Rich Mas broideries.
French CHEMIZETTES and SLEEVES; COLLARS •
| W’orked BANDS; Muslin EDGINGS and INSERTING®*
1 Irish LINEN*; Damask TABLE CLOTHS
j Table NAPKINS and DOYLE' I ;
12-4 Heavy Barnsley SHEETINGS.
Together w.th a fine stock ,f SATTINETS, Kentucky
JEAN', CLOTHS, CASSIMEREB and VESTINGS. ?
'Ve respectfully solicit a call from our friends and cus
tomers, and persons visiting the city would do well to give
us a look before purchasing. sep2o-d»wtf
KEAYZ ALL WOOL NEGRO GOODS AND
MILLED a WAHHK.Y have just received a iarg
stock of Georgia PLAINS and a large lot of S-4 and
9 4 NEGRO BLANKETS, some of theta weighing eight
pounds to the pair, to which they invite the attention of
planters. sep2o dAw
RICH SILXS AND DEESS GOODS.
AI.I'.XAISDKH & WRIGHT have just received a
-great variety f new and rich SILKS, of the latest
I style .Also, rich D’LAINES and CASHMERES, MERI
NOS BOMBAZINES, ALPACAS, GINGHAMS; French,
English and American PRINTS, Ac., Ac., to which they
i viie attention. 01-dAw
LADIES FRENCH CLOTHS, FOR CLOAKS AND
ALEXANDER <& WEIGHT invite attention to
their assortment of Ladies' French CLOTHS for
I Cloaks and Mantillas, of beautiful colors and texture;
: GALLOONS, GIMPS and Lining SILKS to match,
SILK AND MERINO UNDER-VESTB
- YNDP.It <k WitlGilT have received Ladie
super. Silk and Merino UNDER.VESTS,Iocg audshort
Mirses Merino UNDER-VESTS;
Infants do. do.
Gents, heavy Silk UNDER-VESTS;
do. sup. Merino do.
do. ribbed do. do.
do. cotton do,
HATS, CAPS, BONNETS AND UMBRELLAS,
MF.KCtiAXTS visiting Augusta, will
bud it greatly to their advantage to call and exam
tue our stock of HATS, CAPS, BONNETS and UMBREL-
L_'S, which have been carefully selected for the Fall and
VV inter trade, to which we are daily receiving additional
supplies from the best manufactories, and which we offer
at wholesale at prices which defy competition in the South
J. TAYLOR, JR., A CO.,
P Between C. S. Hotel and P. O.corner.
>IVTTHKWS, having returned from the
North, (where she has been spending the summer,)
1 T i .,. n . 0W P re P arfe d to make to order, BONNETS, CAPS.
Miss M. has secured the latest and most desirable pat
ifH 15 ’ w ‘ l " the choicest styles of GOODS, such as MILLINE
EMBROIDERY; Dress TRIM
®LOVfiS; MITTS; HOSIERY, Ac., which
she w.d sell as low as can be bought in Augusta, for cash.
Miss Matthews would respectfully invite all who wish to
, cad ai »d examine her Stock, at the old Store next
to Beall A Stovall, and nearly opposite the Planters’ Hotel
NEGRO CLOTHS, ~
A * VVIIIGHT invite the attention of
Wanttrs t 0 th « ir assortment of PLAINS and KER
“EVjs, Georgia manufacture, and of superior quality. Also
OsNABLRGS and GEORGIA STRIPES, all of wMchwiU
besold at the jowest market prices. aug3o-d*w
DAMASK DIAPERS AND LINENS.
* "BIGHT inviteattentionto their
Stock of Superior Damask Table DIAPERS and
CLOTHS; Damask NAPKINS and DOYLIES: Scotch
Huckaback and Birdß Eye DIAPERS and TOWEit.
a * d Superior Irish LINENS and HOL
LAiXiiS; Pulow-case LINENS; Embossed, Worsted and
Cotton Table COVERS; Superior Piano COVERS • togeth
er with a complete assortment of GOODS in their line,
which they offer at low prices. au3o-dAw
STORK and New Goods, in Augusta, Ga
I he subscriber, from the city of New-York, intending
to locate permanently in Augusta, beg leave to inform the
public that they will open, on or about tbe 15th inst.. in
the store recently occupied by Messrs. Aldrich A Royal, (as
a . hoe Store) on Broad-street, opposite the Masonic Hall,
a large and well selected stock of new and fashionable
Family I)KY GOODS,; which, being bought within the last
fifteen days in the city ofNew-York, for cash, upon a de
clining market, will be sold lower than similar goods have
ever been offered in Georgia. 6
Being thoroughly acquainted with the Northern markets,
and having made arrangements in New-York, by which
they will be in receipt of new goods by every steamer, and
intending to keep always the most desirable goods, and to
sell them at popular prices, they respectfully solicit a call
from the citizens of Augusta and the surrounding country
to examine their stock. W ARD A BURCHARD.
FASHIONABLE FALL AND WINTER GOODS
rOIMX lIRIDGKB, Merchant Tailor, Clothier and
O Gentlemen s Furnishing Store, 250 Broad Street,'next
fn°i?7ld ° W f Cni , ted States Hotel, is now in receipt of a
full and complete stock of all that appertains to agentle
«onsistlnß of CLOTHS; CASSImIreI;
VESTINGS, and Trimmings to makeup toobdeb, both
Civic and Military. Also, a large and fashionable assort
ment of Ready-made CLOTHING, and a full supply of
Furnishing Articles, viz: SHIRTS; UNDERSHIRTS - La
dies UNDER VESTS; DRAWERS, nett and made-COL
LA M R B; SCARFS; STOCKS; GLOVES, Ac“*cl ’
making and TRIMMING in the best manner. 08
TVKMKIV. MRS. J. LOEB.
ll stock of Miu,w„ S^ am s er S° ut herner a handsome
and Silk BONNE'is pT' “° d f; l raon K whic h are Straw
Bonnet LINING ; RlbSom« HA X S ! Straw TRIMMING;
Embroidered COLLARS WBRS ’ FEATHERS,
ZLTTES, worsted RIGOLETB CHEMI-
N. B. Sfraw BONNETS bk - ; “h > lf er! '? COAS > &C- > & «-
shortest notice. oS No. 17S. opdoruL v? d . f reßßed at the
" ——Mechanics’ Bank.
r) 1 * FIROPKA.Y and Domestic fabrics of v
V/ qualities, styles and prices, are offered for sale^ riOUB
sonable prices, by the subscriber. Together wifi rea *
asortment of BAIZES DRUGORTS gelner )' ll h a good
HEARTH RUGS, BINiLNG
FALL AND WINTER GOODS ~
W M v l l <;o * have returned from New
WINTER* GOODS.* CLOTHS, aSmSS^
tleman’k W^robe. 11 ’^ 1 ' *** a “ ÜBtfularti des for a Gcnl
Sacks SALT, to arrive, by ~
5 d2S BELCHER & HOLLINGSWORTH,
AT J. I». SETZE’S, to wit:
TALMAS, of various colors arul slzca
Black Cloth Circle MANTILLAS;
Empress Velvet CLOAKS;
Rigolette and other handsome II LAI) DRESSES;
Embroidered Muslin and Lace SLEEVES;
Rich Worked Muslin COLLARS and Lace CAPES ;
Rich Worked CHEMISITTS and SLEEVES, in setts:
Ladies’ and Gentlemen’s GLOVES, in a great variety c
Ladies’ Silk and Merino VESTS, with short and lon.
Silk, Warp and all other kinds of FLANNELS;
Marseilles QUILTS, of various sizes and prices;
Fine and extra fine Bed BLANKETS:
Scotch and Bird’s-eye DIAPERS.
On Hand, received within a Few Days.
Rich White, Black and Fancy colored Brocade SILKS;
Rich Worked Crape SHAWLS;
Low priced and rich figured DELAINES and CASH
Silk and Wool PLAIDS, for Ladies’ Dresses;
Fancy Wool PLAIDS, for Boys’ wear ;
Low priced and superior French BOMBAZINS
Low priced and sup. ALPACAS and Canton CLOTHS;
Fancy colored and French FLANNELS and MERINOS;
12-4 Linen and Colton SHEETINGS;
New-York Mdls and other • HIKTINGS;
Fancy and Black CASSIMERES, SATINLT'i'S, Tweeds
VELVETEENS and Bang-up CORDS;
Infants’, Misses’ and Ladies’ white and fancy col. HOSE;
Boys’ and Gents. Cotton and Wool SOCKS, from 12% to
$1 a pair, Ac., Ac. n2G
J. P. SETZE
HAS just received a new supply of Imported and Do
. mestic CALPKTINGS, of rich and new designs,
amongst whi -h are the following descriptions :
Union Carpetings at 87%
“ “ 50
“ “ 02%
All Wool “ 75
Ingrain “ 87%
Scotch Ingrain Carpeting 1 00
“ double Ingrain Carpeting 1 12%
Three Ply, ail wool “ 1 25
“ “ “ “ 1 37%
extra flne and very heavy 1 50
Brussels, “ “ “ “ 1 50 a 1 75
Rich Tapestry Carpeting 2 50
Extra rich “ “ ."! .8 00
Plain BAIZES and printed DRUGGETS, for
Crumb and Floor Carpets from 75 to 275
4-4, 5-4 and 6-4 Checked and plain Straw
MATTING 4 00 to 900
6-4 OIL-CLOTII, (lined) ;
Hearth RUGS from 4 to $9 ;
Door MATS and Carpet BINDINGS.
Together with an extensive stock of Fancy and Staple
GOODS, which he oilers at the lowest market prices. n 4
BISECT IMPORTATION OF IRISH LINENS.
npmc L DEItSI (IN KO has just received from the
X Manufacturers in Ireland, per Steamship Arabia, a
very extensive assortment of IRISH LINENS and TABLE
CLOTHS. Which will be sold for a small advance.
JOHN C. CARMICHAEL,
sepl3 No. 8, Warren Hi ck.
HOSIERY AND GLOVS3.
ALEXANDER A WKIUHT have just received a
large and complete assortment of Ladies’ Cotton
Merino and Silk HOSE, of superior quality and make
Misses HOSE ; Alexander’s Kid GLOVES ; TaO'eta Silk
GLOVES, Ac., Ac. auijßo-diw
NEW GOODS'. NEW GOODS!!
I l ST RKt'KIY ED, for the Fall and Winter I r ide;
fj among which are some new and beautiful styles
FANCY FRENCH CASSI MERES, CLOTHS and VEST
INGS ; also, new styles COLLARS.
sep2 WM. O. PRICE A CO.
GEO. W. FERRY,
VERY grateful for the liberal patronage extended to
the firm of G. W. FERRY A CO., begs leave to say,
that, having purchased the interests of his partner in said
firm, he will continue the business at the old stand, where
shall, at all times he found, a s all assortment of the late: t,
and best styles of Gentlemen s’ and Youths’ HATS AND
CAPS,of every grade; Boy j’, Misses’, and Childrens’ Fan
cy HATS, CAPS, and BLOOMERS; Silk Florence and Straw
BONNETS,a large variety; and of UMBRELLAS, every
description ; and he hopes, by unremitting attention to the
wants of his customers to merit a continuance of the pat
ronage sogenerously extended to the former concern.
BOMBAZINES, ALPACAS, ETC
ALEXANDER A WRIGHT have received Lu
pin’s super. Black BOMBAZINES; ALPACAS;
Canton CLOTH; Plain MODS. D’LAINES, of all colors;
FRENCH PRINTS, of rich Chintz colors and M urning;
Colored and Mourning GINGHAMS; English and Ameri
can PRINTS, of the latest styles and fast colors, and a
great variety of other new Goods, to which they invite
the attention of the public auSO-dftW
MRS. AMALIA » E\T/1, Midwife, thankful for the
- patronage she has received from the Ladies of Au
gusta, informs them that she has removed her residence
from Telfair to Broad street, over the Mdiinerstore of Mrs.
Loeb, one toor below H. D. Hell’s, where she will be found
at all hours, when not professionally engaged. olf»-dly
npiSlfe splendid new House, situated on Bread street,
X immediately in front of the site of the old Planters'
Hotel, which has been furnished throughout with new
Furniture, Bedding, Ac., will be open for the reception of
customers on Saturday next. It will be the endeavor of
the Proprietor, to give satisfaction to these who may favor
him with their custom.
012-dtwAwtf J. M. SIMPSON, Proprietor.
NEW GROCERY STORE.
THE UNDERSIGNED have formed a Copartnership
taking effect from the first day of October rust.,
under the firm of FLEMING A MILLER, for the transac
tion of a General Wholesale and Retail Business, in all its
branches. Their object will he to keep constantly on
hand the very best of articles for family use, and sell at
the lowest market prices. Being generally known both in
city and country, they hope, by close and strict attention
to business, to share the liberal support of their friends.
They may be found second door above P: inters’ Hotel
nearly opposite Franklin House.
J L. FLEMING,
E. T. MILLER.
October 18,165 (. oIS-dCm
FALL AND WINTER STOCK.
HATS, CAPS, BONNETS, UMBRELLAS.
CUM NTH* MKH( ll LMk, Planters ana thefMf
i .P. ,c generally,art- invited to examine my FallJlSr
and W inter Slotk of HATS, CAPS, BONNETS, UMIISC
Fashionable Moleskin, Beaver, Brush and Cass. HATS;
Soft Beaver, Brush and Cass. Fancy do,;
Soft Saxony and Water-proof Wool do. ■
Negro HATS and CAPS, a large assortment;
BONNETS—SiIk, Straw, Florence, Belgrade, Ac.;
FLOWERS, TABS and BONNET LININGS;
UMBRELLAS—SiIk, S. Ginghams and common Cotton.
I have a full assortment, to which I am receiving sup
plies weekly from manufacturers,and am offering at prices
as low as the same quality of goods can be bought in mar
ket North or South. Call and see, at
GEO. W. FERRY’S
Fashionable Hat, Cap and Bonnet Store,
sep23 Masonic Hall, Broad street, Augusta, Ga.
T)OIHO\ FOR HATS.—An effectual POISON for
i RATS, MICE, ROACHES, ANTS, Ac., put up in
boxes at 25 cents each, for sale by
D. B. PLUMB A C<)
TOOTH UltmilEC.-We I t vc just rc-
X J ceived a lot, manufactured expressly for us in London.
They are very fine. The prices range from *I.OO to 12%
ts each, n 9 WM. H. TUTT, Druggist.
WK HA\E j ust received an assortment of very fine
. and the newest st y lus Os CASSIMERES
and YESIINGS, to make to order.
.. WM. O. PRICE A CO.,
A FIXE assortment of Planters’ MATS, new style
suitable for all persons exposed to all kinds of weath
er. Also, a large stock of Plantation HATS, which we offer
at very low prices J. TAYLOR A CO.,
nl opposite new Augusta Bank.
THE subscribers would embrace this opportunity of re
turning their thanks to the public for the very libe
ral patronage which they have received the last year, and
would respectfully solicit a continuance of the same. We
K rC t n on,TTu elVi ??., a ,i arge aßd Well selected stock of the
best BOOTS and SHOES which can be bought; all of which
we will sell on as good terms as any house in the city.
04 ADDRICH a ROYAL.
THE UNDERSIGNED have entered into partnership
transaction of the WATCH AND JEWELRY
BUSINESS, in the city of .Augusta, under the name and
style of OSBORNE A WHITLOCK.
HENRY J. OSBORNE,
a * t. w FREDMRHJKA.WHiTLOOK.
Augusta, July Ist, 1853.
WE CONTEMPLATE keeping constantly on hand, an
extensive assortment of the latest and newest styles of
Goods in our line, and hope, by punctuality and promt
ness in business, to merit a share of public patronage.
Having recently employed two workmen—an experienced
Jeweler and aiso an excellent Watch Maker, these two
different branches of the trade will be carried on sepa
rately, and therefore more thoroughly. Call and try us.
We will be constantly receiving new Goods, direct from
the manufacturer. OSBORNE A WHITLOCK,
jy2o-tf _ Under the U. S. Hotel.
AT COST, FOR CASH.
ALE our Fancy Goods, such as PERFUMERY, Porce
lain VASES, Fancy Note ENVELOPES, NOTE PAPER
WORK-BOXES, WRITING-BOXES, Gun WADS Back
gammon BOARDS, CHESS MEN, DOMINOES, LAMPS
fine Papier M&che WORK-BOXES* and many other fancy
goods, which we are desirous to close out of our stock
hereafter. Come soon or you will lose bargain*.
_ T _ , OSBORNE & WHITLOCK.
N. B.—Just received, more NEW GOODS. n 29
ON t.ONSIOXMKNT-—IOO hhds. “old crop” New*
Orleans SUGAR—quality fair to choice.
i PUNCHEON Scotch WHISKEY ;
A 1 do. Irish do.
10 bbls. old Bourbon do.
For sale low, by [d7-d*w2w] ESTES A RICHMOND.
TJ'DW. YOUNG HII.L, after i hirteen years experi-
JOj ence on the Bench, has resumed the practice. La-
Grange, Ga. nl9-ly
CONGRESS WATER—A fresh supply,just received
by nG _ WM. H. TUTT, Druggist.
CHRISTMAS PIES, Ac. —We have on hand fresh
EXTRACTS, for flavoring Custards, Cakes, Jellies,
Creams, Ac., Ac. Also fresh ground SPICES, Gelatine,
Pink and White, Ac., just the thing for the season.
. n 23 D. B. PLUMB A CO.
ON CONSIGNMENT, Thirty-four Coils Kentucky
ROp k. [nl7] J. A.ANSLKY.
O* CONSIGNMENT.—4O Boxes TOBACCO, medium
V/ quality. n 8 j. a. ANSLBY*
*2OO BOXKB CANDLES, for sale by
GEO. W. LEWIS,
alO No. 1, Warren Block.
NEW BOOHS, &c.
ANNUALS FOR 1854™
( \ KMS OF’ BEAUTY; or, Literary Gift.
V j Friendship’s Offering.
The Garland; or, 'Token of Friendship.
The Keepiake of Friendship.
Dew-Drops of the Nineteenth Century.
The Gift of Friendship a Token of remembrance.
The Temprance Offering for all seasons.
The Rose of Sharon, a Religious Souvenier.
The Crystal Fount for all seasons.
The Magnolia; or, Gift-Book of Friendship.
The Rural Wreath ; or, Life Among the Flowers.
The Floral Forget Me Not, a Gift for all seasons.
For sale by [d2o] THOS. RICHARDS A SON.
GEMS OF THE SEASON.
I >OEMS,byGeorge P. Morris.
I Leaflets of Memory. )>n illuminated Annual.
The Floral Keepsake, with thirty Engravings, elegantly
colored from Nature.
Woman’s Record : or Sketches oral! distinguished Women
from the beginning till A. D., 1850.
The Bow in the Cloud: or Covenant Mercy for the
l’.lgriinages to English Shrines. By Mrs. S. C. UalL
The Heroines of Shakspeure. Illustrated.
The American Aboriginal Portfolio.
Poetry of the Year—Passages from the Poets descriptive
of the Seasons, with twenty-two colored illustrations.
Gray’s Elegy. Illustrated.
Scotia’s Bard. Illustrated.
For Bale by <165 THOS. RICHARDS & SON.
HpO HIRE, by the year, Six active NEGRO FELLOWS,
X for which liberal wages will be paid. App! vto
d25-3t* DANIEL KIRKPATRICK.
SPLENDID ILLUSTRATED BOOKS.
npilE Rivers of France, from Drawings by J. M. W.
JL Turner, R. A. London edition.
The Land we Live In. A Pictorial and Literary Sketch
Book of the British Empire.
Cuvier’s Animal Kingdom. London edition.
The Gallery of Byron Beauties.
The Gallery of Nature. A Pictorial and Descriptive
Tour through Creation, illustrative of the Wonders of As
tronomy, Physical Geography and Geology.
The Wilkie Gallery. A Selection of the best Pictures of
the late Sir David Wilkie, R. A.
The Book of British Ballads.
Greece—Pictorial, Descriptive and Historical. By Chris
topher Woodsworth, D. D.
The Vernon Gallery of British Art.
The Beauties of Moore. A series of Portraits of the
principal fexulc characters from paintings of eminent
A Holiday Book Tor Christmas and New Year.
Portrait Gallery of Distinguished Persons.
The Cabinet Portrait Gallery of British Worthies.
For sale by d 24 THOS. RICHARDS A SON.
IV AUOUIiOX at St. Helena, from~theletters and
it Journals ol Sir Hudson Lowe.
Memoirs of Ahernethy. By I)r. Maeilwain.
Liberia: or Mr. Peyton’s Experiments. By Mrs. Sarah
For sale by d 24 THOS. RICHARDS & SON.
MEMOIRS of Abernethy. By I)r. Maeilwain.
Liberia : or Mr. Payton’s Experiments. By Mrs.
Physiology of Taste : or Transcendental Gastronomy.
By Brittal Savarin.
The Invalid’s Own Boob—A collection of Receipts from
various Books and various Countries. By the Hon. Lady
Lit tell on the Eye. By S. Littell, M. D.
Heart Drops from Memory’s Urn. By Miss S, J. C.
S-a and Sailor. By Cotton.
Ship and Shore. “ “
Land and Sea. “ “
Life iu Sandwich Islands. By Rev. Henry T. Chaver.
Just received and for sale by McKINNE A UALL.
| |V; LB I’l HMI Vl'lb.YS.—Specimens of the British
! j-v Poe: -. By Thomas Campbell.
Poems by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, with illustra
tions. By I). Huntington.
A Manual of Electro-Metallurgy, including the applica-
IX pier pV's 1 t 0 maaufacturm 8 processes. By James
Chemistry applied to Dying. By James Napier.
Practical Examinators on Steam and the Steam Engine,
arranged for the use of Engineers, Students and others.
By n hliam Templeton, Engineer. For sale by
dl B THOS. RICHARDS A SON.
V KH ' BOOMS.—Physiology of Taste, or Transcen
-4” octu ii Gastronomy—illustrated by anecdotes of dig
anguished a. lists and statesmen of both continents* by
Lreilat SavaiMi. The Boys’ Book of Adventure in all
countries. The American Family Robinson, or Adven
tures of family lost in the Great Desert of the West * by
D. VS. BelLsle—with illustrations. Uhl England and New
England, in a >eri sos views taken on the spot; by Alfred
Bunn. The Invalid’s Own Book—a collection of Receipts
from varii us books, Ac.; by Hon. Lady Cost. The Neig
h ’>• 5 Children, from the German ; by Mrs. Sarah A. Myers.
'■ *L® Hunters o! the World, or Wild Sports in all parts of
j World ; by Theo. Dieffty—illustrated. The Flush
j Times of Alabama and Mississippi; a series of sketches by
. Joseph G. Baldwin. Mamma’s Sunday Book of Bible Sto
nes for her very little folks, told in easy verse—beautifully
: i r ■ - 11 ' • ihe Hearth-stone ; thoughts upon Home
! Lxst: »n our cities ; by Sain i Osgood. Just published and
for sale at GEO. A. OATES A BROS.,
:U 7 Piano Book and Music Store, Broad-st.
i.Mi.l. VN .M Al.-s FUR ISS 1.-Christmas
: tj B ossoms and New Year's Wreath. Hyacinth or
i Affection’s Gift. The Rose Bud—A Love Gift for Young
j Hearts. Christmas Box—A gift for Young People. For
j get-Me-Not. The Rose—A juvenile keepsake. The Ke
| member Me —A token of Love. Parley’s Present for all
1 seasons. The Dial of Love; by Mary Howitt. Fire-side
; Fairies, or Christmas at Aunt Elsie’s. Together with nu
j merous other pretty books suitable for Christmas and
j Holiday presents. For sale by
fflb THOS. RICHARDS A SON.
1,' M»K V\ ING.—The subscribers nave lately received
j a large assortment of Engraving suitable for Drawing
Studies, of various s.zes. Also, some beautiful French
j Lithography. Piey also keep, a* all times, a fine assort
| ment of Draw.ug Paper, Br.ot-4 Boards, Crayon Paper,
Lead l cnoils of ail qualities, Mathematical Instiuments,
Water Colors, and everything used by those teaching draw
| which will be scldat reasonable prices, at
dis GEO. A. OATES A BROS., Broad-st.
I )OOh.v FOR YOUNG I’KHSOXS.—The following
| interesting books for young persons, can be found at
GEO. A.OiTESA BROS., Pi mo, Book and Music Store,
I Broad st., viz : Leila in England ; Travels of Rolando ;
; Arbeit . Landlord and Merton ; Tanglewood Tales, by
| Hawthorne; Cousin Alice's Stories; Fairy Gift ; Boy
Hunter, by J. Mayne Reid; Robinson Crusoe; 'Fairy
Gen s ; Robin Hood ; Christmas Tales; Mamma’s Bible
Ftorit» am Sequei; Parents Assistant; American Girl's
ri.vn Book ; Nursery Gift; Casket of Gems ; Cobwebs to
C itch Flies ; Arabian Nights; IV-ter the Whaler; Loita
at Home ; Australian Crusoes ; CanadianCrusoes; Shak
tpetiie’s '1 ales , Desert iff me, by Reid ; Stories by a
Mother ; Mrs. Gilman’s Gift Book ; Mark Seaworthy •
Swiss Family Robinson ; Child’s Own Book; Boys’ Own
Book, • xtended ; Mrs. S. C. Hail’s Domestic Tales; Mary
H wilt’s Story Book; Holland’s Home Tales, besides a
great variety of a similar kind. dll
SONGS.— The Land I Love ; Lulu is our Darling Pride,
by Wood’s Minstrels ; Sexton’s Daughter, for Piat o
forte and Guitar ; Grave of Ben Bolt; Poor Sister Sue;
Child and Stars ; Little Katy, or Hot Corn ; If Icould have
my Way ; celebrated Waltz Rondo, by Ricci, as sung by
Parodi. A new supply of Hark, I Hear an Angel Sing.
Waltzes. —Sea Shell; Golden Gate; Lilly Dale; Joyful;
Water Sprite, Polka du Saloh, by Gottschaik; Forest Glade;
Woodland Whisper- an illustration, by Alfred Jaell; Love
Dream Polka, by Alfred Jaeii; Pop goes the Weasel Polka ;
A good O d Fashion Polka; Echo Polka —Julien ; Fire Bell
Gallop; Georgeni I’olka. Scottiseh.—May Pole; Kiss;
Rosebud ; Hungarian ; Comet; Magic Bell. Froi Mazur
kas, by Chas. Welle; Little Alpine Flowers, Steyerisclie
Loudler ; I.illy Dale Quickstep ; Young Folks at Home
March ; I’ll Pray for Thee —Fantasia, by Beliak ; Pop
goes the Weasel, variations, Ac. Just published and for
sale at d 9 GEO. A. OATES A BROS., Broad-st.
jl.| USIC ! MUSH.’!—The subscribers have received
A* a large assortment of new and popular MUSIC for
the Pianoforte and Guitar, among which may be found
the following, v ; z:
Shells of Ocean; Grave of Ben Bolt; Land I Love ;
Thou art near Me Again; Uncle Sam’s Farm; I have
Something Sweet to Tell You ; Jordan is a Hard Road to
Travel; Lilly Dale; Old Folks are Gone; Katy Darling;
Little Katy, or Hot Corn ; Do They Miss Me at Home;
Meet Me by Moonlight—duett; Les Amourettes Waltzes;
Rainbow Scottiseh ; Gas-light Scottiseh ; Lorgnette Polka
Mazourka : besides a great variety of others.
d7 GEO. A. OATES A BROS., Broad-st.
SCIFKTIFIO. —Ure’s Dictionary of Arts, Manufactures
and Mines. New edition, in 2 vol.
Metallurgy—comprising Mining and general and par
ticular Metallurgical Operations. By Overman.
The Microscopist: or a complete Manual of the use of
Practical Mineralogy, with instructions for Assaying
and Mining, according to the simplest methods. By O ver
Dana’s System of Mineralogy.
Hand-Book of Useful Arts. By T. Antisell.
Roads and Railroads. By Gillispie. For sale by
<l6 THOS. RICHARDS A SON.
HOMES in the New World; by Miss Frederika Bremer.
A supply of the above popular work has been received,
and is for sale at GEO. A. OATES A BROS ,
NKW UOOlvS.—Grace Manning, a Sequel to Claude
Duval; Theodore, the Child of the Sea—a Sequel to
I.atitte, or the Pirate of the Gulf; The Twin Brothers, or
the Victims of the Press Gang. Just published and for
sale at GEO. A. OATES A BROS.,
K.\ IffhKlUlOl KEH Magazine, and Household
Words, by Ohzs. Dickens. Just received the De
cember numbers of the above popular periodicals. Sub
scriptions received at the Agents,
d 8 GEO. A. OATES A BROS, Broad-st.
"XTEW MEDICAL BOORS.—Handy’s Text Book of
1> Anatomy and Guide in Dissections, for the use ofStu
dents of Medicine and Dental Surgery.
Paget’s Lectures on Surgical Pathology.
A Practical Treatise on the Diseases of Children. By
J. For.-yth Meigs, M. D.
Walton’s Treatise on operative Opthalmic Surgery. First
American from the first London edition.
Piggot’s Chemistiy and Metallurgy, as applied to the
study and practice of Dental Surgery, with numerous il
Bull on Children.
Tilt on Health. Just published and for sale at
GEO. A. OATES A BROS.,
66 Piano, Book and .Music Store.
Nk\\ MEDICAL BOOKS.—Chemistry and Metal
lurgy, as applied to the Study and practice of Dental
Surgery; by Snowden Piggot, M. D.,late Professor of Ana
tomy and Physiology in the Washington University at Bal
timore. Lectures on Surgical Pathology, delivered at the
Royal College of surgeons of Europe ; by James Paget F
R. S. Just received and for sale by ’
D ‘ 29 McKINNE A HALL.
CHARLES AICHKSTKR, a memoiral, by E. Ber
gr. Countess of Arnhein ; or, Master Timothv’s
Book Case, by G. W. M. Reynolds. Tie Iron Rule -or
ljranny in the Household, by T. S, Arthur. Jack Adams’
the Mutineer, by Captain Frederick Chamier R N The
Monk’s Revenge ; or, The Secret Enemy, by Sami. Spring,
Esq. Just received and for sale by
D2i> McKINNE A HALL.
I,M)R BRANDY PEACHES and PEACH PRE
-1 SERVES, apply to dl6 WM. H. PRITCHARD.
1) RO\Vi\ \V IADaUK SOAP—2 eases just landed j
* ' 027 WM. It. TUTT. Druggist.
E—A few sacks for sale. Apply to.
616 WM. 11. PRITCHARD,
PLATT & BROTHER,
WAREHOUSE AND COMMISSION rvr-vw
MERCHANTS, Reymolds-street, Augusta, kNyrifeil
Ga.—The undersigned respectfully announce to
the public that they have leased the new and conunouious
Fire-proof Warehouse, on Reynolds-street, belonging to T. S.
Metcalf, Esq.—convenient to the business part of the city
—for the purpose of transacting a general WAREHOUSE
AND COMMISSION BUSINESS. Having every facility
requisite, and a disposition to extend every accommoda
tion, they hope by prompt and personal attention to merit
and receive a share of the patronage of the public.
Liberal Cash Advances made when required.
Orders for BAGGING, ROPE and FAMILY SUPPLIES,
filled with care and at the lowest market prices.
Our Commissions for selling Cotton, will be the old es
tablished rates of 25 cents per bale.
Gko. F. Platt. | Edwin Platt.
au 6" IwAw
OLIVER H. LEE,
WAREHOUSE AND COMMISSION kvwtn
MERCHANT, AUGUSTA, GEORGIA.—
Sale.s-romn on Broad-Street, under the Franklin Splptei
House, opposite the New Planters' Hotel. The unaer
signed having taken the large and well known fire-proof
Warehonse, formerly occupied by Messrs. Buford, Beall &
Co., tenders his services to his friends and the public
generally for the storeage and sale of COTTON, FLOUR,
BACON and GRAIN, or any other article that may be
consigned to him.
From his favorable location and long experience in sell
ing Cotton, and every description of produce brought to
this market, he flatters himself that he can please those
who may favor him with their business, as he intends giv
ing his business strict attention and will spare no pains to
please. The receiving andforwardingThroughGoods will
receive prompt attention.
Orders for goods will be promptly executed at the lowest
CASH ADVANCES willbo made when required.
Charges for selling Cotton will be the old price of 25
cents per hale. OLIVER H. LEE.
Office will be at Dawson A Skinner’s until the Ist October.
Augusta, August 1,1853.
Persons who are indebted to LEE, HUBBARD A CO., or
0.11. LEE, will find their notes and accounts at my office.
sep9 O. H. Leb.
BEALL & STOVALL,
WAREHOUSE AND UHOOERY MKB- k tttt.
CHANTS, Augusta, Georgia. All (hlton [vY.WAi
coribiyned to us will he sold free of comm lesion U.IS&S&
The firm of Buford, Beall A Co., having been dissolveaon
the sth of June last, the subscribers, members of the late
firm, will continue the Warehouse and Grocery business at
the same well known stands,(store on Broad-street, oppo
site the I’lanters’ Hotel now erecting, and Warehouse on
Campbell-street,) where they will be happy to Bee the
friends and acquaintances ofthe late firm, having always
on hand a large and well selected stock of GROCERIES,
suited io Planters’ trade, in which they feel confident they
can offer inducements equal to any house in the city.
Cash advances made on Cotton instore when required.
WILLIAM M. BEALL,
July Ist, 1853. JOHN W. L. STOVALL.
A REHOUSE AND COMMISSION
f ' MERCHANT, Augusta, Ga., will continuebSYVYAl
the WAREHOUSE AND GENERAL 00MMIg-|i£|fej
SION BUSINESS at his old stand on
Particular attention will be given to Storage and sale of
Cotton, Domes tic Goods, Grain, Flour, Bacon and other
produce. Purchase of Goods, receiving and forwarding
shipments of Cotton to New-York, Charleston and Savan
nah. Cash advances on produce in store, and ali reason
able facilities afforded customers. Charges will be made
in conformity to the established rates of Commission Mer
chants in the city. au6-w9m
rpHE FIRM of DYE A HEARD, Warehouse and Com-
X. mission Merchants, was this day dissolved by mutual
consent. The notes and accounts of the late firm will be
liquidated by S. D. Hkakd. J. M, DYE,
Augusta, Ga., July 16,1853.
S. D. HEARD,
WAREHOUSE AN D COMMISSION n- v , ..
MERCHANT, Augusta, Ga., respectfully kS vi
announces to the public generally, that he will
continue the Warehouse business in all its branchesTaUhe
old stand of Dye A Heard, Fire-Proof W’arehoase,Jeast side
Mclutosh-street—where he hopes, by unremitting exer
tions, to merit a continuance of the patronage so liberally
extended to the late firm of Dye A Heard.
All orders for FAMILY SUPPLIES, BAGGING, ROPE
SA LT, Ac., promptly filled at the lowest market prices. ’
Cash advances made on Produce in Store, when desired
Commissions for selling Cotton 25 cents per bale
Augusta, July 16,1553.
In withdrawing from the firm of Dye A Heard, I avail
myself of the opportunity of returning my sincere thanks
for the libera! patronage extended to the late firm, and
solicit the same for my late partner and successor, S. D.
Ukaed. jyl9-6m j. m. DYE.
31. W. WOODRUFF,
TRACTOR AND COMMISSION MEH-p-r—
--.T CHANT, Mclntosh-street, Augusta, Georgia,
with Fire-proof Warehouse and close storagefcg§jj£§|
ax-ommodations, will receive and sell ail kinds of Merchan
dize and Produce; make liberal cash advances on consign
ments, when required; buy, to order, Supplies for Planters
and Merchants; attend strictly to the receiving and for
warding of Merchandise and Produce, either by Railroad,
Canal or Private Conveyance; and particularly to the for
warding of Cotton, Bacon, Elour, Grain, and everything
reaching Augusta, either by Railroad, Canal, or any other
conveyance, for re shipment to any destinatijn. And
hope, by unceasing industry and personal attention to the
interests of my friends, with the advantage of several
years experience in all the workings of the above business
(under the supervision of Messrs. Jeffers, Cothran A C 0.,)
to merit and receive a share of their patronage. My
charges for attention will in all cases be regulated by the
customary rates of the city.
For Rkferkxck.— Augusta: Heard A Davison, Doughty
A Beall, b’Antignac, Evans A Co. Rome—W. S. Cothran
A Co. Cartersville—J. R. Towers A Co. Chattanooga—
C. E. Grenville A Co. Savannah—Cohen A Hertz. Charles
ton—Chambers, Jeffers A Co. au9-3m
Having discontinued business in Augusta, we take
this opportunity to return our thanks for the liberal
patronage extended to us, and take pleasure in soliciting
a continuance of the same for our friend, M. YY. Woodruff
JEFFERS, COTHRAN A CO.
Hamburg, S. C., August Sth, ISSS.
DOUGHTY & BKALL,
WAREHOUSE A N D C OMMISSION,^—-v-ry
MERCHANTS, Augusta,Ga., will continue VYv-YVh
the WAREHOUSE AND COMMISSION BUSI-H£2gg
NESS at their oid stand on Jackson-street, devoting, as
heretofore,theirpersonalattention to theinterests of cus
Ihey are prepared to extend the usual cash facilities.
thk’dy 8 made C ° nformity WJth the established rates of
E. W. Dodohtt, | w. Amos Bkall.
Augusta, August 10, 1853. w4^
J. J. pearceT~~
WAREHOUSE AND COMMISSION^—^
MERCHANT, Jackson street,Augusta, Ga.
Will continue to transact the WAREHOUSE
COMMISSION BUSINESS, in all its various
his same well known Fire-Proof Warehouse on Jackson
street, near the Globe Hotel, and will give his personal at
tention to the Storage and sale of Cotton and other Produce
consigned to his care. ’
CASH ADVANCES, BAGGING, ROPE, and EAMILY
SUPPLIES forwarded to order as usual.
Augusta, July 12,1553. au g
HEARD & DAVISON,
WA II E H OUSE AND COMMISSION R\VCY\
YV MERCHANTS, Augusta, Ga., will continue
the WAREHOUSE AND COMMISION BUSIEESS
at their Fire Pi oof Buildings occupied by them lor a nura
borof years p st, and will devote as heretofore their per
sonal attention to the interest of customers. They are
prepared to extend the usual cash facilities. Charges in
conformity to the established rates of the city.
ISAAC T. HEARD,
Augusta, Aug. 17, 1553. JOHN DAVISON.
THE PUBLIC are hereby notified that the firm of
ROBERTSON & CROCKER is this day dissolved by
mutual consent. Ail the accounts and notes are left in the
hands of E. D. Robertson for collection, who is duly au
thorized to receipt for the firm in liquidation.
E. D. ROBERTSON,
Augusta, June 29,1858.
YYHITLOCR, COSKERI & €O.,
WAREHOUSE AND COMMISSION MER-r——
VY CHANTS, AUGUSTA, GA.—The under
signed have associated with them A. J. Whitlock,
under the name and style of WHITi.OCK, COSKEKYA
CO., and will continue to transact the Warehouse and Com
mission Business at their old stand, Fire-Proof Warehouse
on Campbell-street, where they will give their personalat
tention to the sale of Cotton and other Produce consigned
Their charges for selling Cotton, will be 25 cents per
Liberal CASH ADVANCES made on Produce in store,
Orders for ROPE, BAGGING and FAMILY SUPPLIES
executed at the lowest market prices.
J. W. WHITLOCK,
A. J. WHITLOCK.
August 6, 1853. au7- wßm
HUDSON, FLEMING & CO.,
ITLYUTOKS AND COMMISSION MER-FrYYYx
1 CHANTS, NO. 94, BAY STREET, SAV
NAH, GA., tender tneir services to Planters,i£2lS!a
Merchants and Dealers, in tho sale of COTTON and all
other co.untry produce, being connected in business with
HOPKINS, HUDSON A CO., of Charleston. The estab
lishment of an office in this city will afford our friends choice
of markets. Strict attention will be given to business and
the usual facilities afforded customers. ’
J. R. HUDSON, W. R. FLEMING, Savannah
LAMBETH HOPKINS, Augusta.
J. J. COHEN, Charleston.
CROCKER & REESE, ~
WAREHOUSE AND COMMISSION kvvyYx
MERCHANTS, Augusta, Georgia. The un- gttaajJß
dersigned, having this day formed a Co-Partner
ship,for the transaction of a general Warehouse and Com
mission Business, under the Firm of CROCKER A REESE.
Their warehoused on the corner ofßeynold and Washington
streets,convenient to the business part of the city. Both
havinghad long experience in the business, willgivetheir
undivided attention to the sale of Cotton and Produce. All
orders for BAGGING, ROPE, FAMILY SUPPLIES, Ac., (
carefully filled at the lowest market prices. 1
J R CROCKER returns his sincere thanks to his old -
patrons and friends for their liberal patronage heretofore, ]
and solicits a continuance of the same for the new firm.
tp£f~ Cash advances made on consignments when re- ]
*** Our Commissions for selling Cotton will be 36 cents
per bale. JOHN R. CROCKER,
Augusta, Ga., July 18,1863. JOHN C. REESE.
WAREHOUSE AND C OMMISSION —-—.
BUSINESS, Augusta, Ga.—The undersign
ed respectfully inform their friends and customers hHHI
that they continue to transact the Warehouse and Co
mmission business at their Fire-Proof Stores, Me I u tosh-street.
By strict personal attention to all consignments to their
address, they hope to receive a share of public patronage *
sepl-d&wSm BUSTIN 4 WALKER. <
CITATIonsTok LETTERS DISMIS
/ 1 KOIIUIA, W AHIthN ( Ol N TY—Whereas,~Ko
r G ‘ ?® a ai> l’ ll “ 8 t 0 me for Letters of Dismiusioa
from the Guardianship of the property of Sarah A F
Morris and Virginia F. Morris, orphans of Jesse Morrri"
These are,therefore, to cite and admonish, all and sin
gular, the kindred and friends of said minors, to be and
appear at my office on the first Monday in October next
to show cause, if any they have, why said Guardian
should not be dismissed, according to the statute made and
Given under my hand at office in Warrenton
a ARDEN R. MERSHON, Ordinary.
August IT, 1863. *
r 10LIMBIA ' (’OL'ATY, GEO—W hereasJohn
V J Cartledge, Executor on the Estate of James Cart
ledge, deceased, applies for Letters Dismissory—
These are therefore to cite and admonish, all andsingu
lar,the kindred and creditors of said deceased, to be and
appearat my office, within the time prescribed by law, to
show cause, if any they have, why saidlettersshouldnotbe
Given under my hand at office in Appling.
WARREN COUNTY, GEO.—Whereas, John M.
Barksdale applies to me for Letters of Dismission
from the Guardianship of the property of Sarah Andrews,
late of said county, deceased—
These are, therefore, to cite and admonish, all and sin
gular, the kindred and creditors of said deceased, to be and
appear at my office on the first Monday in October next,
to show cause, if any theyhav •, why said Guardian should
not be dismissed, according to the statute made and pro
Given under my hand at Warrenton.
August 8,1853. ARDEN R. MERSHON, Ordinary.
C COLUMBIA COUNTY, GA.—Whereas, John c.
J Smith, Administrator on the Estate of Weathers Smith"
deceased, applies for Letters Dismissory from said Estate—
These are therefore to cite and admonish, all and singu
lar, the kindred and creditors of sa:d deceased, to be and
appear at my office, within the time prescribed by law to
show cause, if any they have, why said letters should not
Given under my hand at office in Appling.
July 30, 1353. S. CRAWFORD, Ordinary.
Gt BORGIA', OGLETHORPE COUNTY—COURT
f OF ORDINARY, APRIL TERM, 1853.
Richard Huff, the Executor of the last will and testament
of Charles Huff, deceased, having represented to this Court
that he has settled the estate of said deceased, and having
now petitioned this Court for letters dismissory on said
A true extract from the minutes of the Court of Ordinary
held April Term, 1853. HENRY BRITAIN, Ordinary J
April 18,1858. ’
Alt HEN COUNTY. GKO—Whereas,GracyHil,
Guardian es Joseph K. HiJ, minor of Feilding Hill’
deceased, applies to me for Letters Dismissory from said’
These are, therefore, to cite and admonish, all and sin
gular, the kindred and friends of said minor, to be and ap
■ pear at my office within the time prescribed by law, and
show cause, if any they have, why said letters should not
Given under my hand at office in Warrenton.
March 2, ISSB. ARDEN *" MERSHON > Ordinary.
tIEOUGIA, LINCOLN COUNTY—COURT OF
T ORDINARY, JUNE TERM, 1563.
1 Whereas, William Paschal, Administrator of Edmund
• Samul, deceased,has presented his petition to the Court,
r stating that he has fully administered said Estate, and
prays to be dismissed from said administration,
> It is therefore ordered by the Court, that all persons
’ concerned, appear at the term of this Court, to be held on
' the first Monday in December next, and then and there
show cause, if any they have, why Letters of Dismission
should not be granted the said applicant.
A true Extract from the Minutes.
JuneJU), 1963._ B. F. TATOM, Ordinary.
TALBERT COUNTY, GEO.— Whereas, Anderson
AU Craft, as the Executor of the will of Moses Cash, de
ceased, and as the Administrator on the Estates of Moses
R. Cash, de eased, Nancy F. Cash, deceased, and Lucy j”
Cash, deceased, all of said county, having petitioned the
Court of Ordinary of said county for Letters of Dismission
from said Estates, and the Court having ordered a Rule
Nisi to issue—
These are, therefore, to cite, summon and admonish, the
kindred and creditors of each of the said deceased per
sons, and all others concerned, to show cause, if aD>- they
have, to the Court of Ordinary, on or before the second
Monday in January next, why Letters of Dismission should
not be granted ; in default of cause being shown, said let
ters will be granted from each of said Estates in terms of
Given under my hand at office in Elberton.
_June_22, 1853. WM. B. NELMS, Ordinary.
IINCOLX COUNTY, GA.—Whereas John T. Reed,
U administrator of John Reed, deceased, has petitioned
the Court of Ordinary to be dismissed from saiuestate,
and the Court having granted said order to issue—
These are, therefore, to cite, summon and admonish,all
and singular, the kindred and creditors of said deceased,
to be and appear at my office on or before the first Monday
in January next, to show cause, if any they have, why
Letters of Dismission should not be granted to said John
T. Reed, administrator on estate of John Reed, deceased.
Given under my hand, at office, in Lincolnton.
July 9, 1553. B. F. TATOM, Ordinary.
Richmond uoi \tyTgko —court of ordi
nary, JULY TERM, 1853.
Whereas, Robert H. May, Administrator en the estate of
Bela W. Strong, late of said county, deceased, having re
presented to this Court, that he had fully administered the
estate of such deceased, and pray to be dismissed from
further administration of the same,
These are therefore to cite and admonish allpersons con
cerned, to show cause, if any they have, cn the first Mon
day in February next, at 10 o’clock, A. M., at my office, :a
the city of Augusta, why letter s of Dismission should not
be granted to the said Robert 11. May, Administrator on
the estate of Bela W. Strong, deceased, as they will on
that day be granted, if no objections be made.
Given under my hand at office in Augusta.
LEON P. DUGAS, Ordinary.
G1 EORGIA, \\ ILKEB COUNTY.—COURT OF OR
r DINARY, JUNE TERM, 1853.
Whereas, Maria J. Randolph, Ex’x. of Dorathy Ran
dolph, deceased, has petitioned the Court for Letters" of Dis
mission from said Estate.
It is therefore ordered, that all persons interested, show
cause, on or before the next January Term of this Court,if
any they can, why Letters of Dismission should not be
granted the said Maria J. Randolph, Ex’x. of Dorathy
Given under my hand at office in Washington.
June 11,1868. G. G. NORMAN, Ordinary.
Richmond county, ga.—court of ordi
N ARY, AUGUST TERM, 1853. —Whereas Alexander
C. W alker, Guardian of Samuel J. Danforth, having repre
sented to this Court that he had fully carried out said
Guardianship, and prays to be dismissed from further
Guardianship of the said Samuel J. Danforth—
These are therefore to cite and ai monish all persons
concerned to show cause, if any they have, on the first
Monday in February next, at 10 o’clock, A. M., at my
office in the city of Augusta, why Letters of Dismission
should not be granted to the said Alexander C. Walker,
Guardian of Samuel J. Danforth, as they will on that day
be granted if no objections be made.
Given under my hand at office in Augusta.
August 2,1553. LEON P. DUGAS, Ordinary.
T? 'vl’ol 0 ??. COUNTY , GA.—COURT OF' ORDI
XY NARY, AUGUST TERM, 1858—Whereas, Elizabeth
m^rif I pV.m V n VingE ? ecutrix of the ias! and testa
ment of Phillip Crump, late of Richmond county, deceased,
hav|ng represented to this Court that she had fuliy ad
ministered the estate of such deceased, and p ays to be
dismissed from further administration of the same—
These are therefore to cite and admonish all persons
concerned to show cause, if any they have, on the first
Monday in February next, at 10 o’clock A. M.. at my
office in the city of Augusta, why Letters of Dismission
should not be granted to the said Elizabeth A- Crump sur
viving Executrix of the last will and testament of the said
Phillip Crump, deceased, as they will on that day be
granted i f no objections be made.
Given under my hand at office in Augusta.
August 2, 1553. LEON P. DUGAS, Ordinary.
Oglethorpe county, geo.—court ofor-
DINARY, NOVEMBER TERM, 1553.
Whereas, Thomas IV. Jones, as the Executor of Mrs.
Mary Evans, deceased, represents to this Court that he is
about winding up the business of said estate, and prays to
be dismissed therefrom:
Wherefore, it is ordered by the Court, that all persons
interested, show cause, at the next June Term (1554) of
this Court, why such letters should not be granted ; and
that a copy of this Rule be published in the Chronicle &
Sentinel once a month for six months, next preceding said
A true Extract from the Minutes of the Court of Ordi
nary, held November Term, 1853.
November 18, 1553. HENRY BRITAIN, Ordinary.
I ‘‘jv^Vrun'£?'A—COUßT OF ORDINA-
X~i Rli, No\ EMBER 1 ERM, 1853.—Whereas, Hardy
Leverett, administrator of Isaac H. Davis, late of Lincoln
county, deceased, having petitioned said Court for Letters
Dismissory from the estate of said deceased—
It is ordered. That all persons interested show cause at
the next April Term of this Court, why said letters should
not be granted, and that a copy of this Rule be published
in the Chronicle & Sentinel, mouthly for six months ere
vious to said April Term. F
A true extract from the minutes of the Court of Ordina
ry, held November Term, 1853. “ a
Nov. T, 1853. B. F. TATOM, dinary.
Oglethorpe county, geo.—court of or.
DINARY, NOVEMBER TERM, 1853.
Thomas Edwards, Administrator on the estate of Wil
liam H. Edwards, deceased, shows to the Court that he
has fully administered the estate of said deceased and
prays to be dismissed therefrom: ’
. Wherefore, it is ordered by the Court, that all persons
interest ed show cause, on or before the next June Term
of the Court of Ordinary, why such letters of Dismissicn
should not be granted; and that a copy of this Rule be
published monthly for six months in the Chronicle & Sen
tinel, next preceding said June Term.
A true Extract from the Minutes of the Court of Ordi
nary, held November Term, 1553.
November 13,1853. lIENHY BRITAIN, Ordinary.
WARREN COUNTY, GEO —Whereas, Robei t
Montgomery applies to me for Letters of Dismission
from the Guardianship of Rebecca, William and Diliy
Montgomery, orphans of Uugh Montgomery, deceased :
These are therefore to cite and i dmonish all and singu
lar, the kindred and friends of said orphans, to be and ap
pear at my office* by the first Monday in February next
show cause, if any they can, why said leters should not be
Given under my hand at office in Warrenton.
„ . ARDEN R. MERSUON, Ordinary
December 18, 1553. ’ quinary.
GLKTHOHi>KCOUN I \~ GEOH (i —COURT
OF ORDINARY, DECEMBER TERM 1853 COLRjf
Shelton Oliver, as the Administrator on’ the "estate of
Dyonisius Oliver, deceased, shows to this Court that he
has administered on the estate of sa d deceased and now
pray* the Court to be dismissed therefrom— anU nOW
Wherefore, it is Ordered, That all persons interested
show cause, on or before the next July (1854) Term of this
Court, why such letters should not be granted. And, it is
further ordered, That a copy of this Rule be published
weekly for six months, in the Chronicle A Sentinel nex*
preceding said July Term.
A true extract from the Minutes of the Court of Ordina
ry, held December Term, 1553. urdina-
Decrmber 14,1558. HENRY BRlTAlN^Ordinary.
HAMB, BEEF, DORK, and Bolongoa SAUSAGES
Received this day
13S Delaigle’schoice HAMS;
5 bbls. No. 1 Mess BEEF' and PORK •
5 half tbls. No. 1 Mess BEEF'; ’
1 bbl.flne Bologna SAUSAGES.
_______ H. F. RUSSELL.
MULES AMD HOESES.
JUST arrived, a fresh lot of selected MULES S(\
and 80 head of HORSES, at the Stable of
Call and nl9 JAS. P. FLEMiNGT