Georgia, Richmond County.
WHEREAS William Ward, A liniuistrator
with the will annexed applies far Let
ter* of DisniWsary, on the estate of
Ward, deceased, and late of said County. • - *
These are therefore to cite, all and singular
ihe kindred and creditors of said deceased, to
He their objections (if any they have,) in my of
fice, within the time pretcribed by law, othei wise
letters of Administration will be granted,
D M’KINNE, v. c. c. o. it c.
Jm-9. ■ ■
"Georgia, Richmond County.
WliS’diAS John L. An,lemon, Adrainistra
t ,r on the instate of Muaes Tibbits, de
cessea, applies to me fqr Letters DUjpUsery
. om said Estate. -
These are, therefore o cite, summon, and
lmonish all and singular the kindred andcred
'itore of said deceased, to be and appear at my
office within the time prescribed by law, to
khew cause (if any they bare) why said letters
should not be granted.
Geo. A- B. Watker, c. c. o.
Georffia, Richmond County.
WHERE V 5 Isa ac Coarse and John Moore,
anply for Litters Dismissory, on the
Estate of Jfo in Course, late of Richmond coun
ty. deceased. . , , ...
These are, therefore, to cite and admonish
all and singular the kindred and creditors
of said dec’d, to be and appear at m> Vt
fice within the time prescribed bv law, to shew
cause, if any they have, why said Letters snoulo
uot be granted. . „ „
8 B. M’KINNE, D. C. V. OR. C.
Jan g n»6.n
WHERE VS, Aiigut Martin and Silas Bron
son, apply for Letters Dismissory,
on the Estate of Ja ocs Russell, late of Richmond
county deceased. . ,
These are, therefor®, to cite all and singular
the kindred and creditors of said dec and, to be
and appear at my office within the time prescri
bed by law, to file their objections, (if any they
have) and shew cause why said letters should
• uot be granted.
B. M’KINNE, 0. c. c. o. r. c.
Jan 9 4 01601*
Georgia, Richmond CountyT"
WHEREAS Joseph A. Eve, Administrator
on the Estate of James Moore, applies
for Letters of Dismissory, on said. Estate and
late of said county, dec.
These are therefore to cite all and singular
tha kindred and creditors of said deceased, to
bo and appear at my office within the time pre
scribed by law, to file their objections, (if any
they have,) and shew cause why said letters
Should not be granted.
B. M’KINNE, and. c. c. o. it. c.
Jan 9 4 016 n
Georgia, Richmond County.
WHEREAS John \V. Wilde, Administra
tor, on the Estate of Maria Stuart, B[.
plies for latter* of Dismissoiy, on said Estate,
These are therefore, to cite all and singular
the kindred and creditors of said deceased, to
be U appear at my office, within the time.prescri
bed by law, to file their objections (if jtny they
hare,) and shew cause why.said Letters should
yat be granted.
B. M’KINNE, and. c. c. o. it. c.
Jan 16 nt6<w 7
TO THE PUBLIC
IS asmuch as the Drawing of the Uni
on Hotel Property Lottery is uot com
peted, it is due to the Publics to have a
plain statement of facts. Good Titles to
prize holders, wore not published by the
snperintendauts, till (he Bth day of lasi
9eptember,(the time the Lotterry truly
came before the Public) to be drawn the
24th day of December thereafter. It
was then postponed tiH the 2d day of this
month, and from casualties could not be
drawn. The proprietor in the first time
given, from the situation of his family,
could not leave Thomastun to sell Tick
ets till the sth day 'of Dec. & in the last
time from the duties of olfice, could not
leafetill after the 21 Monday in January.
Therefore he has not had time to sell Vs
many of the Tickets as he wishes; He
will make no apology —but still state facb-
He owes the amount of the Lotterry and
rom the possiiioo of some of his erudition
ha is compelled to akc the. un
sold Tickets. To the others he /©turns
many thanks, and could he bestow cash
as easy as thanks he would have all paid
It is to be hoped that this indulgence will
be allowed by a generous public. He
has' placed the drawing when the Tickets
are sold, or most certainly the' first of
next January. It is the last notice he
shall make, unless he draws before that
tine. The drawing shall be final.
It is due to those who h ive bought
Tickets to be iufurmed that the money is
in.tbe hands of respectable Agents, and
in the hands of the Treasurer of the Su
perinteodants. Who will return it to
purchasers, should the Lotteiy, by any
unforeseen circumstance, not be drawn.
Tlie unsold tickets are offered with prida,
Then come forward and buy.
Or the Proprietor will be nullified,
And you a FORTUNE, slip by.
J. B. BATEMAN.
March 27 37
THE undersigned haring taken an Office,
next door tar that of Crawford Si Cum-
Miito.Esqrs. informs the public that he will faith
fully attend to all business with which he may
Dec 13 ill if
FOUR months after date application will be
made to the Honorable the Inferior Court
of Lincoln County, while sifting for Ordinary
purposes for leave to sell, a negro girl, belong
iug 1o the estate of James B. Wheeler, deceas
ed for the purpooe of division amongst the heirs
and distributees'of said estate.
NICHOLAS G. BARKSDALE,
Administrator with the wilt annexed.
April 8 42 m4m
Brought to Augusta Jail,
ON the 11th April. 1833, a Negro Mau, who
calls himself WILLIAM, says he belongs
to Wm. Shivers, of Hancock County, Ga. Wil
liam, is about 22 years old; very dark, 6 feet
inches high.—Also, on the 16th inst. a man who
calls himself PRIMUS, says he belongs to Wm.
P. Perkins, who is on his way to Alabama, with
Negroes ; Primus is about 36 years old, dark
complexion, 6 feet 6J inches high, his left eve
Owners of said Negroes, are requested to come
forward, prove property, pay expenceeand take
Aneil 17 HB ’ FRIVZKR » *•**•*. R. C.
A P nl 1* 46 3t
!'r:aied rad f-t sal. at iMs Office
Augusta , Geo. Feb. lsl, 18S3.
Via Fayetteville, If. C. Cheraw, Camden, Co-i
umota, Lexjngtou c. h. Edgefield c. b. Mount
.Vintage, and Hambt rg, S. C.
Due every evening by 0 o’clock.
Closes every evening at 4£ o’clock
Via N. Orleans, Mobile, Montgomery, Mount
Meigs and Creek Agency, Ala.; Columbus,
Ellerslie, Talbotton, Knoxville, Echoconno, Ma
con,Clinton, Fortville, Milledgcville, Devereux’s
Sparta, Powelton, Shiver’s Mills, Weireuton b
Due every evening, by 4 o’clock
Closes every evening at o’clock.
By this Mail are forwarded Packets for the
following places, to-wit:
On Sunday, for Buck Head, Covington, Car*
rollton, Foil Gaines, Greenville, Greensborough,
Hampden, Hamilton, Kingston, La Grange, Lib
erty, Monroe, M’Donough, Madison, Newnan,
Social Circle, Thomaston, Whiteplaius and Wa
verly Hall, Ga.—Franklin, Ala.—Aspalago, Ala
qua; Apalachicola, Almirante f Jiolmcs Valiev,
Mount Vernon, Marianna-, Oaky 1 Ilill, Ochesec,
St. Andrew’s Bay and Webbville, Florida.
On Monday, for Crawfordville, Double Wells,
Forsyth, Raytown and Stalling’s Store.
* Ou Tuesday, for Berrien, Bainbridge, Blounts
ville, Byron, Benton's store, Browsville, Buck
Head, Carrollton, Dublin, Davisboro’, Eatonton,
Fenn’s Bridge, Fort Gaines, Franklinvitle,
Greensboro’, Greenville, Hillsboro’, Hartford,
Hawkinsville, Hamilton, lrwinton, Irwin c. h.,
Jacksonville, Kingston, La Grange, Leaksville,
Madison, Monroe, Monticello, Marion, Newnan,
Newborn, Pindertown, Rain’s Store, Itoiky
Mount, .Saundersville, South-Union, Stanford’s
X Roads, Tarversville, Temperance, Thoiuas
ville, Whiteplains and Worthen’s Store, and for
Middle and West Florida.
On Wednesday, for Burnesville, Bcßview,
Blakely, Cuthbert, Daviston, Forsyth, Heard
c. h. Halloqp, Jackson. Indian Bprings,lrwinton,
Lumpkin. Liberty, Mariouc.h. Mount Vernon,
Pleasant Hill, Perry’s Mills, Rothcrwoad, Thom
aston, Ucliee Village, Union Hill, Upatoie, Villa
Ricca, and Waverty Hall.
On Thursday, for Buck Head, Cainpbclltou,
Covington, Culluden,Decatur, Eatonton, Frank
lin, Fayetteville, Franklin Academy, Fort Val
ley, Greensboro’, Hainpdeu, Kingston, King’s
Gap, Latimer's Store, Mount Horcb, Monticello,
New Hope, M'Donuough, Madison, New Echo
ta, Oak Grove, Rockville, Social Circle, Mouut
Pleasant, Mount Zion, Newborn, Oak Hill,
Perry, Spring HiH, Shoals of Ogechee, Thoin
aston, Wood’s Store, Watson’s Store, While
plains and Zebulon.
On Friday, for Carrollton, Greenville, Hamil
ton, La Grange and Newtmn.
On Saturday, for Berrien, Bainbridge, Barnes
ville, Coates’ Store, Cool Spring, Dublin, Dun
cansville, Hawkinsville, Hartford lrwinton,
Marion, Milwood, Perry, Pindertowu, Raines’
Store, Rock Mills, Shoals of Ogechee, Shady
Dale, Sheffield, Ihomasvilie and TarversVille,
Ga.and Campbellton, Mngno’ia, Quincy, Rocky
Comfort, Salubrity, Tallahassee, Wankccnab,
Via WHtoWby, Jacksonboro’, Mill Haven and
Due every Day at 5 PM
Closes every evening at 0 o'clock.
By this mail, are forwarded every day rack
ets for Beaufort, Blue House, Coosawlmtchie,
Grahamsville, Pocotaligo and Sherburne, S. C.
' On Sunday, for Birdgville, Bark Camp, Louis
ville. Stflftesboro’, and Swainshorb’.
On Monday, for East Floiida and all Geor
gia. South of Savannah.
On Wednesday, for St. Clair, Statesboro' and
On Friday, for Darien and Riceboro’
Via Jacksonian o’, Waitcrboro’, and BarnU ci
c. h. S. C.
Due every Morning at OA.M.
Closes every do. at 10 A. M.
By this mail are forwarded Packets for Bu
ford’s Bridge, Duck Branch, Duncansvillc, New
villa, Penn Branch and Walkers, on Tuesdays,
Thursdays and Saturdays
Via Robertvdle, Hickory Hill, King Creek,
Lower3 Runs, Speedwell and Four Mile, S. C.
Due every Sunday by 6 A. M.
. Closes every Tuesday at 8 A. Af.
•'' Athens Mail.
f ia.Cherokce Corner, Lexington, Centrcville,
Washington, Wiightsboro’, While Oak, Appling'
Due everyvMonday, Wednesday and Friday
by 6 P M ■
Closes every Monday-, Wednesday and Satur.
day at 9 P M ' '
By this Mail, on Sundays, Tuesdays Si Thurs
days packets are forwarded for Fairfield, Salem,
Tyrone. Watkiasville and Watson’s Grove.
On Sundays and Thursdays, fpr Bascobal,
Cunningham’s, Danielsvillc, Gainesville, Har
mony Grove, Hurticane Shoals, Jefferson, Kel
logg’s Store, Lawrenceville. Loughridge’s, Miir
raysville and Penticost’s Mills.
On Tuesdays and Thursdays, for Dauburg
On Sunday, for Bowling Green, Camphellton,
Cheice’s Store, Chesuut Hill, Eatenton, Fayette
ville, Hightower, Heard c. it. Head of Coosa.
Htrnageville. Johnson’s, Latimer’s Store)
Pools ville Rock Bridge, Rossville, Sandtown/
Standing Peach Tree, Talking Rock, Vann’s
Valley, Ware’s Store, Wood’* Store, Watson’s
Warsaw, and Arkansas Territory, Illinois and
Missouri States and West Tennessee. •
On Thursdays for CaruesviUe, ClarksvtUe,
Coopersiown, Double Wells, Danielsville, Dan
hy’s, Etberton, Goosepond, Loudsvilte, Madi
son, McVtlle, Mount-Yonah, Mallory’s, Ray
town and White’s.
Qrccnvillt, S. C. Mail.
Via Pickeosville, Double Branches, Anderson
c. h. Varennes, Thompson’s Store, Temple of
Health. Abbeville c. b. Calhoun's Mills, Sando
yet; Willington, Middlebrook, Parks’ Store and
Due every Tuesday and Saturday by 8 P. M.
Closes every Wednesday and Saturday, at
9 P. M.
By this mail. Packets are forwarded for Pen
dleton and Laurens c. *h. S C. Morgantown
Rutherfordtou and White Oak, N. C.
From Clayton, Mount Yonab, Loudsville,
Clarksville. Bushvillc, Eagle Grove, Ruckets
ville, Elberton, Cook’s Law Office, Petersburg,
Goshen, Lincolnton, Double Branches, Cul
breath’s, Eubank*’, and Darbv’s.
Dne every Friday, by 0 P. AJ.
Closes every Sunday at 9P. M.
Via Hudson’s Store and Richmond Bath.
Due every Satnrday by 6 o’clock. P. M.
Closes every Thursday at 9 P. M.
EP The Office will be open from 7 A. M.
to 2 P M. from 8 P. M. to 4 past 4P. M. from
4 past 5 to 4 past 6 PM. and from 8 to 9 P M.
Ob Sundays the office will bo open from 9 to
half past 9 frnpi a to 9 p. m
O* Bankable Money will be required for Post
age. , . . -
M • WM, C. MICOU, P. Mi
March 29 - ~ 3Q
75th Battalion, 10th Reg. G. M.
Augusta April VJth, 1833.
AN Election, win be holden at tbe City Hall.
. on Saturday the 11th f May next, for a
major to oomma id (he 75th Battalion, G. M.
Tn ® . i" J °, r pA * MR resigned. Polls to open tit
10 0 cloek AM.
- » EDWARD CAMPFILD,
. - 1 Captain Richmond Hussars
» Captain MS District, Q. M.
Apnl lg , 47
We are authorised to
W aanouoce W. B. THOMAS, n
Candidate sos Major of 73ih Uttltulion
10 h Regiment Georgia Militia.
April 22 f 48
We are mitliorUed to
uiinouocu Cupt. Janna Tii*»mv
s°n, a Candidate for Motor , to command
ilie 75ih Battuliou, lOtli Rogimout, Gaor«
pia Militia, ut the ok’Clion on the 11 tit of
May next. .
Aptil 22 48 ul
We uro authorized to
■WBr nnuoutice JOHN K. W’AT~
KINS, u Cnndidaio for Major nf 75ili
Battalion, lOtli Regiment Georgia Mill*
tia, ut ilie election on Satutday llili May
Aptil 22__ _______ Up
We are authorized to
uunouuce Uknrv tl. Lkitner,
a Candidate for Major of 75th Battuliou
lOtli Regiment Georgia Militia.
April 24 • 49 If
To prevetn the circulation of Bank Bills
under the denomination of Five dol
lars, wiiliin this State.
Whereas, the circulation of Bank Bills
of a small denomination, has been produc
tive us fraud and loss to the public, and
has a tendency to prevent or retard the
Genet al and speedy restoration of a spe
Be it therefore enacted by the Senate
and House of Representatives of the State
of Georgia in general assembly met, and
it is hereby ouacted by the authority of
the same, That from and after the fust
day of September next, it shall uot be law
ful for any Bank or body corporate, ju
vosted w ith banking privileges, or person
or persons whomsoever, within the limits
of this State to issue, emit, pay away, pass
or circulate any Bank Bill, Note, Ticket,
or paper, purporting to be a Bank Note,
or of the nature, character or appearance
ofa Bank Note, or calculated lor circula
tion as a Bank Note, either of the Banks
of this State or of any other State, of a
less denomination than Five dollars.—
Provided , that nothing herein contained
shall be so construed, as to make it unlaw
ful for any corporation or person or per
sons whomsoever, to preseut for payment,
or in any other mode, transmit for tedem
tiou to any Bank either of this or any o
thcr State,any Bill or Bills of such Bank
of tbe denomination aforesaid, remaining
in circulation after tho .ime aforesaid, with
the view and in the mode to stop the
future circulation thereof.
Sec. % Aud be it further enacted by
tbe authority aforesaid, That kny Batik
or Corporate Body, or person-or persons
whomsoever, offending against the pro
visions of tho first section of this act,
shall forfeit the sum of One Hundred
Dollars, to be sued fur in the name of
the State, by any licensed Attorney, on
the application of any informant cogni
zant of such offence, w ho shall be a com
petent witness on tho trial, and recover
ed by an action of debt or on the Case,
in any court of competent jurisdiction in
this State, with full costs, one half where
of when recovered shall be paid to the
use of the State, and the other half to
die use of the informer.
Sec. 3. And bo it further enacted.
That each and every issuing, passing,
paying away, or circulating, of each and
every such Bank Bill or Note, at is spe
cified in the first section of this Act, con
trary to the spirit, true intent, and mean
ing thereof, ahall constitute anew, sepa
rate and distinct offence, and shall be lia
ble to anew, separate and distinct penal
Speaker of tlie H. of Representatives.
*■ THOMAS STOCKS,
Presides of the Senate.
Assented to Dec. 24, 1832.
WILSON LUMPKIN, Governor.
WILL be sold at Appling, Columbia
County, Goo. on the first Tuesday in
May next, between the usual hours of sale, the
Plantation belonging to the late George Hill,
deceased, for the benefit of the heirs & the cre
ditors of said deceased. By order of the Infe
rior Court of Richmond county.
ROBERT THILIP, Adm’r.
March 20. 34 |d
Georgia, Richmond County.
WHERE AS Felix M’Kinne, ap
plies for Lettets of Administra
tion on the Estate of Casper Nail, Jun’r.
Idle of Edgefield District, South-Caroline
These are therefore to cite oil and sin
gular the kindred and creditors of said
deceased, to be and appear at my office
within the time prescribed by kw, to file
their objections, (if any ihey have) and
shew cause why said letters should not be
JAMES M’LA W3, Act. 6. e. o. u. c.
: JOB PRINTING.
ALL kinds of JOB PRINTING continued to
be done a't THIS OFFICE it the verv
The high b\ooAe& StaWtoiv
WILL stand at Washington Wilkes
county, the ensuing Spriog sea
son which uill commence on the first of
Match, and expire on the Ist of July, at
FIFTEEN DOLLARS the single ser
vice -TWENTY DOLLARS ihe sea
son, and DOLLARS the in
surance— Fifty cents to the groom.
QUIDNUNC is a rich blood bay
witli black legs, main, und tail, six years
old, fifteen hands three and half ruches
high, of uncommon fine limbs, muscle,
bune -and'action. Ho lias been introduced
to (his Slate upon high recommendation
with a view to improve .stock of South
ern horses*—and his higtu origin justifies
the expectation that this object mny he
uccomplishod. lie was got by the impor
ted llngdat Arabian, (who wus sold in
New York by Mr. Barclay for $8,000,)
—his diim Rosa Caroy, was by Sir Ar
chy—his grand dam. Sally Jonos, by im
ported Wrangler—who was by importod
Diotned ihe sire of Sir Archoy. Thu
Pedigree of Quidnunc; Is iioi only first
rn#« bill authentic. (See American Turf
Register, for Nov, 1831, page 132.)
Mure imrticulari are iiieniitinod in hand
DAVID P. HILLHOUSE.
ROBERT A. TOOMBS.
Jart. 23, 1831. U) m3<n
E, White A* Wm. Ifngnr,
BBSPECTFULLY iiifonn the
Priotors of the United States, to
i they have tone boon, individually
known as established Letter Founders,
that they jiove now formed a copartner
ship in suit) business, and hope from their
united skill and extensive experience, to
be üble to give full satisfaction to all who
may favor them with orders.
The introduction of machinery, iu
place of the tedious und unhealthy pro
cess of caiting typo by hand, long a des
ideratum by the European and American
Founders, was, by American ingenuity,
and a heavy expenditure of time and mon
ey on the part of our senior partner, first
successfully accomplished; Extensive nse
of the machine'cast letter, has fully tested
and established its superiority, in every
particular, over that cast by the hand
The Letter Foundry Business will hero
after be carried on by the parties before
named, under the firm of
WHITE, 11AGAR & CO.
Their specimin exhibits a complete se
ries from Diamond to 14 Pica. The book
and news type being in (tie most modern
light and style,
WHITE, HAGAR & co. are agent
for tho sale of the Smilhand Rust Print
ing Presses, which they can furnish to
their customers at the manufacturers' pri
Chases, Cases, composing Sticks/!uk, &
very at tide used in the Printing Business,
kept fo’safe, and furnish ed on short no
tice. Old type takon in exchange fbr
new at 9 .cents per pound. -
N. B. Newspaper Proprietors who give
the above three insertions, will be enti
tled to Five Dollars in such articles as
they may select from our specimen.
E. WHITE, WM. HAGAR.
Jan. 23 JO 3t
rflO regulate the weighing of Fodder, Hay
and Oats in bundles brought to the city of
in wagons, or carts for sale by weight.
Sec. Ist. Be it ordained by the City Council
of Augusta, That all Fodder, Hay and Oats
brought to this city in wagons or carts for sale,
shall be weighed at the scales prepared for- that
purpose near the lower market.
Sec. 2.1. Be it further ordained, That it shall
be the duty of the clerk of the lower market to
superintend life weighing efall Fodder, Hay and
Oats, at all hours of the day, from sun rise till
sun set. And tha party selling such Fodder,
Hay or Oats, shall pay to the said clerk fifty cts
or each wagon, atad twenty-fivt cents for each
cart or dray.
Sec. 3d* Be it further ordained, That every
person who shall violate the provisions of this
Ordinance, may be fined in a sum not exceeding
Done inCouncil the 6th day of Dec. 1832.
SAMUEL IIALE, Mayor.
By the Mayor:
Geo. M. Walker, c. c. o.
THE Proprietor contemplating .- a
removal from the stale ofTeis for
sale, that well known and pleasant Sum
mer residence on the Sandhills, near Mr.
John Fox’s, usually called Logoville,
there are nil necessary improvements for
a comfortable residence, excellent Spring
Water, and 18 acres of ground.
A tract of Pine Land, lying on both
sides of the road from Augusta, to Gen.
Walker’s Mill, about 3 miles from Au
gusta containing one hundred and eighty
acres. This tract offers perhaps us many
advantages for a summer resideoce as uuy
unimproved Lot, in the county. ft is
elevated—a part of it tolerably well tim
bered, and contains several bold and ne
ver failing Spriogs of fine water, one of
which near the road is notably superior,
and contiguous *|o a handsome site, for
Improvements. The above property if
applied for early will be sold, a bargain.
For further particulars, and terras of salo,
WILLIAM POE, or
JOHN P. KING.
March 25 3$ t s
Treasury Department, >
MILLEDGEVILLE, 17/A April, 1833, f
jfojgF* AGAIN it becomes my
duty to inform Tax Collectors
and other Public Officers, of the failure of to
other Bank, vis : the Merchants'and Planters’
Bank of Augusta, and notify them, that its bills
will not be received at this Office in payment of
ta*®i due the State, or in the fulfilment of any
contracts, to which the State may be a party-
JOHN WILLIAMS, Treasurer.
Apul 19 47 2t
Members of Council.
Edward Thomas, James Harper, J. B.Bishop,
Thomas Glascock, Jesse Kent, John Bones, IV
Crump. N. Delaigle.and R. McCoombs.
Clerk of Council, G. M. Walker.
Clerk Court Common Pleas, William Jackson.
dtp Sheriff. Edmund B Glascock
City Collector and Treasurer. J. H. Mann.
City Marshal, Mitchell Nelson.
Deputy do. Thos Campbell.
Justices of the Peace, James Primiose, C
Heckelt, J W Meredith, Gxrcy F Parish, Over
ton Cosby, A I Huntington, J C Snead.
Constables, Isaac Hendrick, Wm C Meredith,
Clerk of the Lover Market, J as. W. Meredith.
Clerk of the Upper Market, A. G. Raiford.
Sexton, Louis Kunxe.
Superintendant of the Magatsne, O Dauforth
City Surveyor. Robert Raiford.
Judge Court Common Pitas, John W. Wilde.
Sessions of the Court of Common Pleas, fourth
Mouday in January, March, May, July, Septem
ber and Nov.—Return Day, 6 days before
Justices of the Inferior Court.
Valentine Walker, G. B. Marshall, William
Shannon, Edward Thomas, Absalam Rhodes.
Clerk Hup'r If Infr Courts. Janies McLaws
Clerk Court of Ordinary, ——
Sessions of the Superior Court for Richmond
Couatfi first Monday in June and January
Sessions of the Inferior Court for Richmond
County, Fourth Monday in June and December
Courts of Ordinary throughout the State, On
the firft Monday of January, March, May, July,
September and November.
Wm. H. Jones, Richard II Wilde, Paul Rosignol
Win Jackson, Daniel McMurphy, Charles Car
ter, A Picquet, Western B Thomas, Andrew J
Miller, George W Crawford, William C Micou,
Wn» 1 Gould, Samuel H Peck, John A Barnes
Latham Hull. | J. Marshall.; | E W Spoffbrd.
Beers, Booth & St John, | Allans & Paddock.
W. P. Beers, H. Taltnan
Willy $ Catlin of the Hartford Fire Insurance
Company, Hartford, Connecticut
Henry H Field of the Farmdkrs Fire Insurance
and Loan Company, New-York
Alexander Mackenzie of the Howard Insu
rance Company, New-York
James Harrison of the Mechanics Itsurance
Company, New-Ark, New-Jersey
6 H Paddock of the Charleston Fire Marine
aud Life Insurance, Charleston. S C
Bank of Augusta.
Offering Day, Monday— Discount Day, Tuesday
President, Thomas Cumming, Cashier, Robert
F Poe, Teller, R Ketchum
Directors.-* R Tubman, J Gardner, J Moore,
J Carmichael, James Fraser, James Harper, J
Bones,iSam’l Clark,Robert A Reid, War. Cum
ming, lUbt Campbell: on the part of the State,
H Bowdrc, William Johnston, A Sibley.
Branch State Bank at Augusta.
Offering Day, Thursday, Discount Day, Friday,
President, Samuel Hale, Cashier, Isaac Henry,
Teller, William H Jones.
Directors.— Samuel Hale, A Waterman, R H
M asgrove, A Slaughter, W H Turpin, James M
Carter, John Davis, John V. Greiner F. C.
Heard, P Stovall
Insurance & Banking Comp’ny)
Offering L ay Wednesday— Discount Day Thurs
day, Peter Bennoch, President, Robert Walton,
Secretary It Cashier, Wm. Poe, Teller, T. A.
Morgan, Book-keeper . Directors, P Bennoch.
James B Bishop, J K Xilbourn, John Fox, Wm
Harper. James McDowell, N Delaigle, T J Par
melee, Ale*. Graham, A J Miller, Wm Bryson,
Wui Deariug and Edward Co*.
Merchants' and Planters' Bank.
Offering Day, Tuesday, Discount Day, Wednes
day, from Ist June to Ist October ; Offering and,
Discount Day, Wednesday- from Ist October to
President, Joseph Wheeler, F
Lloyd, Teller t tfenty B Holcombe, Book-kctp
er, Discount Clerk,and Runner Jolin'A Barnes,
Directors. —Joseph Wheeler, Edward Thomas,
A B Walker, John W Bridges, John C Holcombe
Chas D Williams, Wm. M Rowland, L Gibson
Offering Day, Tuesday; Discount Day, Wed
nesday. F. Bradford, President ; George W
Lamar, Cashier; Daniel S. Roman, Book-Keeper
Jonathan Ellis, Teller.
Directors.— F. Bradford, G. B. Lamar, Mo
ses Ross, A. Sibley, Alfred Cumming, Win. A.
Mitchell, Geo. R. Rountree, Robert McDonald
and A. P. Pillot.
Savings Bank of Augusta.
Edward F Campbell, l*residtnt, Isaac Henry»
Cashier ff Treasurer.
Day of Deposit, crcvy Saturday from 8 to'6
Augusta Library Society.
Jas Harper, Chairman Board of Directors, Wni-
Poo. Secretary, Treasurer, (f librarian.
Directors -Robt. F.Foe, Rev. S. K. Talma ge,
James Harper, Robert Campbell, Dr. Lennon.
Henry H. Gumming, W. T. Gould, Win. C. Mi
cou, and J. P. Watldcl.
Days of Delivery— Every dov from 8 to 4 o’-
clock. V. M.
Alexander Cunningham. President, Wm Savage
Vice President, F. M. Robertson, Recording Se
crctary. A C Baldwin, Corresponding Secretary
Lewis Kcnnon, Treasurer, J B Walker, Orator.
Medical Institute of Georgia.
1 The Board of Trustees c'stslsls of 24 Members.
A. B. Longslrect, President.
M Antony, Vice -President
L. D. Ford. Secretary
M. Antony, \
Paul F. Eve, > Executive Committee. ■
L. A. Dugas. )
Dr. L. A. Dugas, on Anatomy; Dr. Paul F.
Eve, on Surgery; -Dr. John Dent, on Institutes
amt Practice: Dr. Milton Antony, Midteifery
and Distases : of tVomenand Children.— Dr. Jos.
A. Evo, Materia Medica.—Dt. Lv Dr Ford, on
Chtgeistiy. j .
Theatre ‘ Company^
J.G. McWhorter, President Isaac Moise.Ss
eretaryand Treasurer; I. Wray, Geo.
R. Rountree, Edward TWmas, and J. W. Bridg
es. Trusted V °
Trustees of Richmond Academy*
Edward F Cempbel, President, Henry UL.
Camming, G W Crawford, A B I.ongsttreet Dr
n,n gh*m, Wra T Gould, Thomas M’Gran
W. W. Montgomery, James W Davies.
Clerk ts Treasurer to ihe Hoard, Jas M’Laws*—
Rector, Thomas S Twiss ; Heman Mead, Assis
tant Classical Department; J Allen, Assv
ant English Department.
Thomas Cumming, President, Peter Bennoch,
Vice President, Robert F Poe, Secretary JtobCTt
A. Reid, Treasurer, Eli Muslin, Teacher
Managers.—John Moore, Samuel Hale, John
Bones, I Henry, R A Reid Richard Tubman, and
Union Wharf Company*
Peter Bennoch, President. John Sharp, H'har/iH
ger, Treasurer If Secretary.
Aleutnder McKenzie, R. H. Musgrove, Thoms s
G. Casey, Wm. Bostwick, John L. Anderson, A
Btdwell.— Directors. v
Steam Boat Company. - ’,
* . J°bertson, Agent, Thos McGru, Treasurer
Trustees Masonic Hall.
Samuel Hale, Chairman, Thomas 1 Wray Afx’r
MacKenxie, A Slaughter, John W Wiide. F
Ganah! Lemuel Dwehc, G odby, Win I
Gould, Peter Bennoch, Wm Schley.
Eagle and Phccnix Hotel Com
'trustees.—J. G. McWhorter, Chairman, John
Fhinizy, Secretary and Treasurer, R. U. M w .
grove, A. Cumming, John Bones.
Social Lodge, No 3 2d Friday in every motfh
Webb s Lodge, No 10, meets 3d Friday ia eve
ty month. 3 ’
Augusta Chapter, R. A. M. Ist Tuesday in er
ery month. *
Georgia Encampment,. Knights Templars, Ist
Monday in every month.
Adoniram Council ofR fc S M, first Saturday
in December, March, June and September.
Lodge of Perfection, Council of P. of Jerus*-
lem and Rose Croix Chapter, 2d Wednesday in
February, May, August and November
Consistory of S. P. R. S. ?2d Jutland 2*l
Sepluagesima Sunday, Feb J|; Shrove Smm
day, Feb 26; Ash Wednesday, Feb 28 • Mid
Lent Sunday, March 26; Palm Sonde* a,.h
2 ° i Ascension l/»y
“•7 *** ; 9nmdny, June 3; Trinity Sunday
June 10; Advent Sunday. Dec 2. 7 1
Augusta Independent Fire Com
Alfred Cumming, Captain ; IVw T Goold. Isa
Lieutenant; F nald, 2d Lieut.; B W Force
3d Lieut _; Ldw .■> B Webster, 4fb Lieut - A
Boggs, Secretary; H H Fields, Treasurer.’ ' *
OP COUNCIL | FOR THE PRESENT TEAR.
ec * unts 'Messrs. Harper, Boses, Do
Si'r M v ,ri ' c ™*P.Kent and Bishop.
cofk 16 * 1 "’ WcCo,ub *« Har,*r k Giaa
Combr** Me,sra - G, "* co <* Kent, and Me
Magasine Messrs. McCombs. Kent it gishon
Cnfmp" Dank ~ M ' nn - *l*>«*s, Hornet and
opDraifw-Messr*. Delaigle, Harper end Bisk.
Health—Messrs. Bones, Thomas and Crump.
i'il'ftT * > Bishop anti McComtl. 4
o/ump £ g,nW ~ MtMr, ‘ Giaaench aqd
Ja«—Messes Harper, Kent end Delaigle.
City J/a/Z—Mcrs Glascock, 3 homes; an*l
Hospital— Messrs. McCombs, Kent and liar
Aprj| W ]Bß2 ° ,< * er of Couacil - passed the Unit
GEO. M. WAWCfcR, Clerk
Rates* of Storage and Commis
T>KVISED and adopted ininnimously by the
to ,he ci, » ° f
Dale cottar, '“'SflS’ *’’*■ %,■£?’
Barrels and Qr. casks 25 • lfii * *
Hogsheads (targe) a ;T
do (sm«Ji> 6 ., S'*
Pipe* . 50
liercrs ” av
Trunks * J^4
Kegs shot or lead i c |
do Nails i**
co!!, o R^f iiTgi>r 1,9 a
Hides q* 24
Bacon per piece 2 V *
Chain 101 1
Cariiages (4. wheel) 00 i m
do (2 do ) yOO * g
25. J" . -« .
Castings per piece 4 .* • „*
Iron per bar 3 “
All small paiksges ioJ
cotto » l H ct * per .kale and If Re.
1 Cotton llj W extra Storage
until by - ■ ,a . 1,01 subject to atorage
until the expiration of 16 day*. *
'-v'uimisiion* ft,, selling cotton 60 cents pi bale. *
do Jor acceptances 2* per cent
- do for advancing money in i .
all cases • Jdgper.gr
1 0 or and forwarding gooc,
30 per cent on the first >s9ißk’f
«>.e lrS ffl</U< ottho delivery of
( ° Hichmondl/ounty.
HEREAS John Moore,' survivinr Exe
t 0 dt * •’* • n ‘* *> n ruJßr
Sl andlni!" J «editorsof «ai4 deceased, to
■crib«S , K ,p T* r * my °® ce wjtMn the tima pre
•hey °.h' he ' r ob J. ec * io °»> Os •"/
should noi\e 6r .„ f e eI CB “ S *
B. M.KTNNF, c.’c. o. a. e.
—r* c 13 IJI mrtm
B„ TO HIKE.
Y a gentleipan who is about to break ui>
House Keeping: *
One first rate man Cook , <
One do'Carriage Driver
One do Nurse and Seasnstreu 1
One db Si ainstress 1
One do Waiting Girl.
A man used to wailing in 0 Public
The abiAe will be hired out by the month fax
the summer or by the year. Applj at tJUt office
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