BY JAMBS GARDNER, JR.
MIL\ COHfi'TiTOTIONALIBT k REPUBLIC.
[From the Federal Union ]
Judge Johnson’s Position on the “Georgia Plat
As there is nothing left to the Toombs rarty
in the way of ammunition to use against our
candidate for Governor, but the false charge of
his being a “ disunionist,” we shall, at this early
day. nail the base coin to the counter at once;
and spike the only gun in the hands of the
e °lf it is meant by the charge of “ disunionist,”
that Judge Johnson was opposed to the compro
mise, we say make the most of it. If it is
meant that he was in favor of resisting these
measures, by resorting to a dissolution of the
Union, we flatly denv the insinuation and de-
I mand the proof. On the contrary, we can prove
from the record , that Judge Johnson took the
lead of the Southern Rights party in support oi
the ‘ Georgia Platform.” It will be remember
ed thaf until the decision of Georgia in her sove
reign capacity, as to the constitutionality of the
Compromise measures, there was no evidence
that she considered them to he constitutional, or
that she would acquiesce in their enactment.
Bid when her people in convention solemnly
resolved to acquiesce in them and support them
as a law of the land, then it became the duty
of all good citizens to stand bv and maintain that
decision. Now. that we mav prove to the peo
ple of the State, that Judge Johnson did defend
the decision of Georgia as set forth in the "Geor
gia Platform.” we refer to the resolutions which
bp offer d at a meeting in this city on the 25th
davof November. 1851. The sentiments there
in prom nlged were the settled conviction® ot
Judpe Johnson’s mind from the day *hat Georgia
resolved to acquiesce in the Compromises mea
Here are the Resolutions, and we defy the
most unscrnpu’ous party opponent to draw fr tr
them anv other conclusion than that TudgeJi.hr--
snn determined to sustain the decision of the
Resolved. That the question of submission f ..
the Compromise is settled in this State ; and that
I it is the duty ot the people for the future, to
unite as one man, in the inflexible determina
tion to maintain, to the letter, the position which !
Georgia has taken against all future aggression
by Congress upon the institution of slavery.
Resolved. That in view of the indications giv
en by the Northern Democracy, to consider the
slavery question as finally settled by the Compro
mise to enforce the Fugitive Slave Law and to
oppose its repeal or material modification, Geor
gia should he represented in the Baltimore Con
vention, to co-operate in such action by that
body and the nomination of such candidates for
the Presidency and Vice Presidency, as will give
vitality and efficacy to the Compromise, secure
safety to the South and harmony to the confede
Let our opponents then make all they can out
I of their unfounded charges against Judge John
i son—we shall appeal to the Record to confound
The Recorder says, “ In the Democratic Con
vention the nomination was eagerly sought by
conflicting claimants ; in the Union Convention
it was carefully shunned by the gentlemen
whose names were most prominent before the
people. It was only under the stern dictates of
duty that either Messrs. Jenkins, Hull, or Milh r
were willing to accept a nomination. Well
neighbor, did not that very circumstance strike
you as a very unfavorable omen for Whiggery ?
Ilats from Distinct leave a ship that is about to
sink. Wb-igs do not hate office. Did you ever
know a Whig to refuse the nomination for Gov
ernor of Georgia when there was any prospect
of his election. These old politicians shunned
the nomination of your piebald Convention from
instinct. They are like old experienced Rats,
and would shun a sinking ship. What man of
prudence would like to put to sea on board an
old rotten hulk, without rudder or sails, without
churt or compass, without a regular clearance
j from port, and even without a figure head or a
name. Why such a craft, if it escaped the dan
gers of the winds and waves, would be taken
for a pirate or a smugler by every regular cruis
er. No wonder that Captain Miller, and Cap
tain Hull refused to take command of such a
crazy vessel Captain Ned Hill also refused the
command and gave his reasons, he is another
old experienced Rat and his instincts are sure.
Captain Jenkins will have to man his old crazy
ship with marines or green hands, for old sailors
will never enlist on board of such a craft. Now
neighbor do you understand why there was such
a difference in the Conventions? It strikes us
the reason is very plain.— Federal Union.
Startling Facts. —The public are aware
that Rev. Thomas F. Scott is publishing a
Southern School Journal in this city. It is con
fessedly an able, interesting and instructive
work. In reference to the subscription list, the
editor saysWe have found more sympathy
and assistance among the ‘Old Field Fogies’
than any other class of our countrymen. The
University of Alabama was our firs tsubscriber—
sent us our first dollar. We have recently re
ceived one subscriber each from two of the fe
male colleges in Georgia. With the-e three ex
ceptions we have not one solitary subscriber in
any college, male or female, in Georgia or Ala
bama. We have a few lrom the higher schools,
but the majority ol our patrons out of the city of
Columbus are ‘ Old Field Fogies’”
Again ; alter expressing the belief once enter
tained that the professed friends of education,
espec ally the more intelligent, would contribute
to the pages of a journal devoted entirely to that
cause he makes this humiliating development:
Now, up to this present w r riting, we have re
ceived but one article written for the Journal,
and that was by a country schoolmaster .” We say
these are startling facts. They indicate that
many Southern Teachers have no enthusiasm in
their noble vocation—that they pursue it lor a
livelihood, and are therefore utterly unworthy
of the trust reposed in them.— Columbus Times.
We regret to learn that an accident occurred
in working the steam shovel on the Augusta and
Waynesboro Road, by which our fellow-citizen
Gen. T. J. Warthen.had two of his best negroes,
seriously il not fatally injured.— Sandersville
Georgian. sth inst
The Rains.— The drooping hopes of our farm.
eTS were somewhat encouraged and relieved on
Saturday evening last, by the appearance of
many clouds in the sky, which after night, shed
a refreshing shower upon the parched earth
The cloudy day that succeeded did much to per
petuate the small amount of moisture th t fell
Good seasons, we are informed, fell all around
our town within two or three miles, and hopes
£ie now entertained that corn will be made.—
cp to this time, never were the prospects more
On Sunday afternoon, we learn floods of rain
e ‘l South and South-east of this place, washing
? Wa y fences, &c. We trust, we shall be favored
? a continuation of these dispensations of the
ounty of Providence, which have been so long
'Withheld from our immediate vicinity.— lb.
f Ms £ ANc h°ly.—We have received a letter
rnn: Mr. F. F. Sieg, of Americus, informing us,
„ Ja ,T, s N. Lester, aged 18, William A. Lest-
T Y a? u .1- Robert M. Lester, aged 6, Christo
-1 ' tester, a g e( ] 4 years, and Emma E.
. e T r ‘ montbs , all children of Mr. Al
'nur* a - Lester, of Sumpter
bfr.r ' ! ln ! i,s a l* died in the short space
Wew, rema i n s of three of them
(•ace,,*/ 1 at the same time. The dis
?•dysentery, which prevails in that re
. the State. The bereaved parents have
. s , lncere condolence. The letter came to
torda- 00 ateto P ub,ish entire.— Southern Re -
I highest price paid for prime new WHEAT.
for the Granite Mills, by
mo ln GEORGE W. LEWIS,
No. 1 Warren Block.
(The %)flilp ArmtsttfottmtaManil fottbitc
CARTER’S SPANISH MIXTURE.
THE GREAT PURIFIER OF THE BLOOD!
NOT A PARTICLE OF MERCURY IN IT.
AN infallible remedy for Scrofula, King’s Evil,
Rheumatism. Obstinate Cutaneous Eruptions,
Pimples or Pustules on the Face. Blotches, Boils,
Chronic, Sore Eyes. Ring Worm or Tetter, Scald Head.
Enlargement and Pain of the Bones and Joints, Stub
born Ulcers, Syphiliti.- Disorders, Lumbago, Spina,
and all Diseases arising from an injudi
cious use of Mercury, Imprudence in Life, or impurity
of the Blood.
This valuable Medicine, which has become celebrated
for the number of extraordinary cures effected through
its agency, has induced the proprietors, at the urgent
request of their friends, to offer it to the public, which
they do with the utmos confidence in its virtues and
wonderful curative properties. The following certifi
cates, selected from a larne number, are. however,
stronger testimony than the mere word of the propri
etors ; and are all from gentlemen well known in their
localities, and of the highest respectability, many of
them now residing in the city of Uichinoud. Virginia.
K Boyden. Es of the Exchange Hotel. Richmond,
known everywhere, says he has seen the Medicine
c Bed Carter's Spanish Mixture administered in over a
t.tindred cases, in nearly all the diseases for which it is
recommended, with the most astonishingly good re
lie says it is the most extraordinary Medicine
ho ha-* e- erseen.
Agt'E (M) Kevf.r — Great Cure. —l hereby certify,
t at for th ee yenr> T had Asrue and Fever of the most
violent jescrint on. I had several took
la-re quantities of Quinine. Merc ry. and I believe all
lie T-rn’C- 1 advei *is.ed hut all without any permanent
relief. At -a t I tried Carter’s Spanish Mixture, two
’ ort e h-eli-‘.Tectually - tired me. aud l am happy
t - s-iv I have ha 1 uepbci Chilis or Fevers since. I con
s.-ler it the V--t Tonic iu the orld.su l the only medi
cine t' at. ever reached my case.
Bea’-e Dam. near Richmond. Ya
C. A. LrcK. £sq., n- w it- tae city of Richmond, and
f r rr-iny ve rs in the Post Office, lias suchconfidencejin
the astonishing efficacy of Cartel’s Spanish Mixture,
that he has b ught upwards of 50 bottles which he has
given away to the afflicted. Mr. Luck says he has never
known it to fail when taken according to direciions.
Dr. Mince, a practising Physician, and formerly of
the City Hotel, in the city of Richmond, says he* has
witnessed in a number of instances the effects of Car
ter's Spanish Mixture, which were most truly surprising.
He says in a casv of Consumption, dependent on the
Liver, the good effects were wonderful indeed.
Samvel M Drinker, of the firm of Drinker & Mor
ris. Richmond, was cured of Liver complaint of eight
years standing, by the use of two bottles of Carter's
Great cure of SCRoffla— The Editors of the
Richmond Republican had a servant employed in their
press room, cured of violent Scrofula, combined with
Rhematism, which entirely disabled him from work.
Two bottles of Carter's Spanish Mixture made a per
fect cure of him, and the Editors, in a public notice,
say they “ cheerfully recommend it to alt who are af
flicted with any disease of the blood.”
Still another cure of Scrofula. — l had a very
valuable boy cured of Scrofula by Carter's Spanish Mix
ture. 1 consider it a truly valuable medicine.
JAMES M. TAYLOR, Conductor on the R F. & P. R.
R. Co., Richmond, Va.
salt rheum of 20 years standing — CUßED.
Mr. John Thompson, residing in the city of Rich
mond, was cured by three bottles of Carter's Spanish
Mixture, of Salt Rheum, which he had nearly 20 years,
and which all the physicians in the city could" not' cure.
Mr. Thompson is a well known merchant in the city of
Richmond, Va . and his cure is most remarkable.
Wm. A Matthews, of Richmond, Va., had a servant
cured of Syphilis, in the worst form, by Carter’s Span
ish Mixture. He says he cheerfully recommends it,
and considers it an invaluable medicine.
Richard E. West, of Richmond, was cured of Scrof
ula. and what physicians called confirmed Consump
tion. by three bottle's of Carter’s Spanish Mixture.
Edwin Burton, Commissioner of the Revenue, says
he has seen the good effects of Carter's Spanish Mixture
in a number of Syphilitic cases, and says it is a perfect
cure for that horrible disease.
Wm. G. Hap.wood, of R climond, Va., cured of Old
Sores Ulcers, which disabled him from walking.
Took a few bottles of Carter’s Spanish Mixture, and was
enabled to walk without a crutch, in a short time per
Principal Depots at M. WARD, CLOSE & Co., No.
83 Maiden Lane, New York.
T. W. DYOTT & SONS, No. 132 North 2d Street. Phil
BENNETT & BEERS, No. 125 Main Street. Rich
And for sale by IIAVILAND, HARVALL & CO.,
Charleston. IIAVILAND, RISBY & CO., and WM. H.
TUTT. Augusta, and by Druggists and Country Mer
chants everywhere. Price $1 per bottle, or 6 bottles
for $5. may 29
THE public arc hereby notified that the firm of
Rohertson & Crocker is This Day dissolved
by mutual consent. All the accounts and notes are
left in the hands ofE. D. Robertson for collection,
who is duly authorized to receipt for the firm in
liquidation. E. D. ROBERTSON,
JNO. R. CROCKER.
Augusta, June, 1853.
WAREHOUSE & COMMISSION BUSINESS.
ROBERTSON it STOVALL,
THE UNDERSIGNED respectfully announces
to the public, that they have formed a Co
partnership under the firm of Robertson & Sto
vall, for transacting the WAREHOUSE AND
COMMISSION BUSINESS at the Fire-Proof
Warehouse occupied by Robertson &, Crocker,
commencing the 20th of Juno. 1853.
Both having long experience in the business will
give their undivided attention to the sale of Cotton,
Flour, Grain, Bacon, &c., consigned to their care.
Cash advanced on all consignments made them,
when desired. And all orders for lagging. Rope,
Family Supplies, Ac., filled at the lowest market
prices, and forwarded to order.
E. D. Robertson takes this occasion to return his
thanks for the liberal patronage extended to the
late firm of Robertson & Crocker, and rospectfully
solicits a continuance of the same to the present
ROBERTSON & STOVALL.
E. D. Robertson. Thos. P. Stovall.
Augusta, June 20th, 1853. det june 2 L
DYE & HEARD
WAREHOUSE & COMMISSION MERCHANTS
WOULD announce to the r former pat
rons. andthepublic generally, that
they continue the above business at their
old stand, Fire-Proof Warehouse, east side of Mc-
Intosh street, where they solicit a continuance of
the patronage so liberally extended heretofore.
All or ler« for Family supplies, Bagging, Rope,
Ac , will oe promptly filled at the lowest market
U7” Hh*ral Cash Advances made on Produce
n store when required.
James M. Dye. I Stephen D. Heard.
Augusta, August 5. 1852 ts aug 5
fIM,a.nM U / OE3: ' BEALL fit CO.,
w AlvKrl mBE A GROCERY MERCHANTS
‘ y V aFUI. for the patronage so hbe
ra ly e\tended to during the past
seaec ii, respectfully inform our friends
we c Dhnue the GROCERY BUSINESS, at the
same wull known stand, and aro constantly receiv
ing a large and well aelectod stock, adapted to
Planters trade, embracing Shoes, Domestics, Hats,
We also continue the WARE-HOUSE BUSI
NESS at the same stand, on Campbell street, in the
business part of the city, and convenient to our
All Cotton consigned to us, will be sold free of
Liberal Cash Advances made on Cotton and
ether Produce in store, when required
WM. 11. BUFORD,
WM. M. BEALL,
July 20, 1852. J. W. L. STOVALL.
ROBERTSON fit CROCKER'
WAREHOUSE A COMMISSION MERCHANTS
CONTINUE the above business in all
branches, at their old stand, (Fire-
Proof,) on Reynold street, where they may be al
ways found, ready to advance the best interest of
Liberal Cash Advances made on Produce in
store, and all orders for Groceries, Bagging, Rope,
Ac., filled at the lowest market prices.
Augusta, August 10, 1852. aug 11
HARD gum TOLU—For sale by
july 1 PHILIP A. MOISE, Druggist.
GWYN & REID,
(LATE GWYN, REID & TAYLOR,)
IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS OP
No. 7 Hanover street, Baltimore, Md.
aug 20 ly
BALTIMORE SILK ROUSE.
YEAKLE, COBB & CO.,
255 BALTIMORE STREET,
SILK GOODS, adapted to the wants of the Sou
thern States. A stock competing with any
found in the Northern cities, to which the atten
tion of Southern Merchants is raspectfully invited,
on terms liberal as elsewhere.
Baltimore, August 1, 1852. dfAcly aug 1
STEAM ORNAMENTAL IRON WORKS,
CAST and Wrought Iron RAILINGS, Window
GUARDS, CHAIRS, SETTEES, and every
article in the above line always on handatthelow
The undersigned having the agency of the above
establishment, and a book of the different designs,
will be pleased to show them to all in want, and re*
ceiveorders. GLENDINNING A CO.
mar 30 ly
THE COPARTS EKSIIIP heretofore existing
between the undersigned, under the firm of
Z. McCORD & CO , was dissolved on the 16th inst.,
by mutual consent. The books of the late firm
will be kept at the store of Messrs. McCord, Hart
A Co- The name of the firm will be used by either
of settling up the old business.
Augusta, June 21, 1853. dtclm june 22
THE UNDERSIGNED ba e This Day formed
a Copartnership under the firm, name and
stylo of McCord, Hart A Co., for the tnnsactior
ol a general GROCERY BU INESS in this city,
and have taken the store formerly occupied by
Messrs. Adams A Fargo, and more recently by
Messrs. Seymour, Ansley & Co.
J. B. HART,
J. W. HORTON.
Augusta. June 16, 1853.
june 22 dlmoAc2mos
THE COPARTNERSHIP heretofore existing
between the undersigned, under the firm,
name, and style of SEY T MOUR, ANSLEY & CO.,
has boon this day dissolved by mutual consent.
The name of the firm will be used by either part
ner in settling up the old business.
H. C SEYMOUR,
J. A. ANSLEY,
JOHN G. McHENRY.
THE SUBSCRIBERS have this day formed a
Copartnership for the transaction of a whole
sale GROCERY BUSINESS in this city, under tho
firm and name of SCRANTON, SEYMOUR A
CO., and have removed to the store No. 2, Warren
Thankful for the patronage so liberally extended
to our late firms, P. A. SCRANTON and SEY
MOUR, ANSLEY & CO., wo hope to merit a con
tinuance of the same to tho new firm.
P. A. SCRANTON,
H. C. SEYMOUR,
JOHN G. McHENRY.
N. B. —We shall receive and sell PRODUCE on
Commission as formerly. The books and papers of
our old firms will be found at the office of the sub
scribers. S. S. A Co.
Augusta, Ga., June 13, 1853. detf june 18
THE firm heretofore existing under the name
and style of BUFORD, BEALL A CO., is this
day dissolved by limitation Either of the firm are
authorized to sign in liquidation.
W. H. BUFORD,
W. M. BEALL,
J. W L. STOVALL.
Augusta, June 5, 1853. june 7
THE Subscribers have formed a Copartnership
under the name and firm of BEALL A STO
VALL. and will continue the Warehouse and Gro
cery business, where the Books of tho late firm
will be kept. W. M BEALL,
J. W. L. STOVALL.
Augusta, June 6, 1853. june 7
A CARD.—In consequence of ill health, I have
been compelled to withdraw from business, and
in retiring, wopld take this opportunity of return
ing my sincere thanks to my friends and the public
generally for their patronage so liberally extended
to me during my business connections, and would
most cordially recommend my successors and late
partners. W. H. BUFORD,
june 7 dlmc2m
D ISSOLUTION.—The firm of BAKER &
HART is this day dissolved by mutual con
sent The business of the late firm will bo liqui
dated by Alfred Baker.
june 17 JAMES B. HART.
COP ARTNERiIIII*.—ALFRED BAKER has
associated with him in businesss T. D CAS
WELL, for the transaction of a general GROCERY
BUSINESS, under the name and style of BAKER
A CASWELL, and will occupy the storo of the
late firm of Baker & Hart.
june 17 dl2c3 T. D CASWELL.
THE COPARTNERSHIP of MILLEDGE A
RODGERS, in the practice of Law, is this day
dissolved by mutual consent, and the unfinished
business of the late firm will be in tho hands of
John Milledge. JNO. MILLEDGE,
A. M. RODGERS.
Persons having business with the un ersigned,
will find him at the office of the Home Gazette,
june 24 d 3 AM. RODGERS.
rift HE UNDERSIGNED having associated with
i-UtQoTO.JOIIN T. MILLER and SAMUEL A.
in the Wholesale Dry Goods business,
tho’Yiy-’MfvWiil bo contirued from this date, under
tbeVuiifO and style of Jacksons. Miller A
W. E. A G. T. JACKSON.
£§ fix) . dfc4 july 1
A Xifu Persons indebted to the Estate of Thomas
ehel 1, late of Walton county, deceased,
aro to make immediate payment, and
those 1 demands against said deceased, will
pleaso'' t-r 'hero in terms ol tho law.
ftfTEf T T. MITCHELL. I .
“JOSHUA M. MITCHELL, } Exocutors
L PERSONS indebted to tho Estate of Mar
tin Frederick deceased, are hereby
t<» make immediate payment; and those having
claims against said Estate, to present them, duly
&ttestcd, and within tho time prescribed by law.
EDWARD GIRARDEY, . . . .
may 21 WM. J. DOUGHERTY. ( Aam rs -
WHEREAS many side walks, especially on the
cross streets are in bad order, notice is hereby
given to lot holders, that they are requi-ed . o put
the same in good order forthwith; also, that all per
sons will be required to pave the drains crossing
tho sidewalks fronting their lots and covering the
same from the sidewalks to tho ditch, as required
by the 28th section of tho general ordinance.
By order the Committee on Streets and Drains.
june 16 Clerk Council.
THE SUBSCRIBER has removed his GUN
ESTABLISHMENT to 205 Broad streek, a
few doors above tho Augusta Hotel, at the store
lately occupied as a Grocery Storo by John A.
Millen. Thankful for past favors, I solicit a con
tinuance of the same.
june 4 E. H. ROGERS.
WE have commenced receiving CLOTHS, CAS
SIMERES and VESTINGS, of the newest
style and best fabric, for SPRING WEAR, which
wo are prepared to make up to measure, in the
latest style and best manner. Our stock will bo
replenished EVERY WEEK, with the cheapest
a r be f° un( l in tho Northern market.
feb 27 WM. 0. PRICE A CO.
1 / J****" P ac k a £ es Cognac Brandy, just received
I\J and in store, for sale by
june 12 If C.E. GIRARDEY.
AUGUSTA, GA., THURSDAY MORNING. JULY 7, 1853.
SNOWDEN & SHEAR have received from New
York a large supply of MOURNING GOODS,
among which are—
Superior Black BOMBAZINS, some for Summer
wear, and best quality;
Plain and Satin Striped Black CHALLYS;
Superior plain Black BAREGES of the best
Satin plaid MARQUISE, a beautiful article;
Plain Black GRENADINES of superior quality ;
Mourning MUSLINS and GINGHAMS of the
English Crape and plain black Lisse VEILS ;
Lad es’ Mourning MANTILLAS of new and
beautiful patterns ;
Ladies’ plain black and white pointed Crape
With almost every other article required for La
dies Mourning apparel. may 17-dtwAw
NORTH CAROLINA MUTUAL LIFE IN
Incorporated January. 1849.
Central Oefice, Raleigh, N. C.
HAVING established an Agency in this city, are
prepared to take LIFE RISKS on the most
The table of Rates arc those made by Joshua
Millar, and known as “The Carlisle Table,” uni
versally conceded to be the most correct in use.
The advantages offered by this Company, are
such as merit the attention of the public, and will
bo pointed out and explained at any time by the
Insurances are taken on single lives, for ons
year, seven years, or for life.
On joint lives, for life.
On slaves at 2-3 value, one or five
The undersigned can, at all times, be found at
4he Law office of G. J. A W. Schley, Esqs.
Letters, post-paid, directed to the Agent here,
will be promptly attended to
apr 11 S. H. OLIVER, Ag’t., Augusta, Ga.
CHARLES REBUFF,— ARTIST,
From the Academy of Munich , Bavaria.
GRATEFUL for the encouragement gi v ’
er. him the past season, informs the
ladies and gentlemen of Augusta and vici- I ®®®®^ 1
nity, that ho has removed to the rooms over Mis
Catonnet’s School, (two doors above Clark, Racke
& Co.’s corner) and is prepared to furnish POR
TRAITS of the finest execution, at the shorest no
tice. The Public are respectfully invited to give
him a call.
fev more Pupils in DRAWING can be
On MONPAY, WEDNESDAY and FRIDAY
AFTERNOONS ho will bo engaged, giving instruc
tions on the Sand Hills.
References. —Col. Tumor Canton, Messrs. Tho.
Richards, J. Gardner, Jr. sept. 14
THE AUGUSTA BILLIARD ROOMS,
In the Rear of Haywood’s Shaving Saloon,
Under the Augusta Hotel.
JM. HAYWOOD, respectfully informs his
• friends arul the citizens of Augusta, generally,
that he has opened a new and elegant BILLIARD
ROOM, furnished with very superior Tables, from
the Manufactory of Strong A Moore, New York,
and hopes, by having it conducted with propriety
and decorum, to be favored with tho patronage of
the gentlemen of Augusta. janl9
Quality Rajige, Broad Street, Augusta, Ga.,
IS ready to execute all orders for PT
ANOS of ail descriptions, which he fcjjSwySl
warrants to bo equal in tone, quality rTf jj!
and durability to any that are brought from the
North. The following is one of various testimonials,
which have been kindly given to P. B. by gentle
men in this city.
Having bought a Piano of Mr. P. Brenner last
year, which was of his own make, I take great
pleasure in testifying my perfect approbation of it
in every respect. It is very rich in tone, easy of
touch, elegantly made and keeps in tune most ad
mirably. Fmm what I have seen of Mr. Bren
ner's Pianos, I have no hesitation in recommend
ing them for their superior quality, to all who may
be in want of a fine and durable instrument.
J. B. Hart.
Augusta, September 15, 1852.
Further references : Rev. Mr. Ford, Mr. J. Setze,
Mr. H. B. Frazier, B. Bignon, Mr. Wm. R Schir
mer and others.
Pianos, Organs and other musical instruments
tuned and skillfully repaired, at the shortest no
tice. P. BRENNER,
sept 17 ly Broad-st., above McKinno-st.
HATS, CAPS'AND BONNETS,
AT CHARLESTON PRICES.
COUNTRY Merchants visiting AugustaffT*>j* ? »
will find at our House the largest
best selected stock of HATS, CAPS ANDVft
BONNETS, in the Southern country, and we
pledge ourselves to sell as cheap as any Charleston
Those who wish to save their freight between
here and Charleston, can do so by calling at
J. TAYLOR A CO.’S,
march 6 Opposite Wright, Nichols & Co.
RHEUMATISM CURED.—Read the Evi
dence.— I have been afflicted for the last
three years with Rheumatism in both legs, and
have tried many medicines without success, until
I was advised to use Dr. Hoxie’s Remedy for
Rheumatism, Ao., and after using throe and a half
bottles, I am entirely well, and have been well
ever since, and this is nearly four months age.
SAMUEL T. MADDOX.
This Medicinois for sale at the Drug Store under
the Augusta Hotel. Price 50 cents per bottle,
JUST LANDED.—2,OOO Bi Carb Soda;
2,000 lbs. Epsom Salts;
10 doz Sand’s Sarsaparilla;
350 ounces Sulph. Quinine;
1 caso Wcdgowood Mortars ;
100 gross Matches;
5 bbls. Cold Pressed Castor Oil, which
are offered at low prices by WM. H. TUTT.
june 15 dAw Wholesale and Retail Druggist-
UMMER CASSIMERES and LINENS, for
Pantaloons, of new stylos of fabric, suitod for a
june 4 WM. 0 PRICE & CO.
SUPERIOR KERSEYS—GRAY BROTHERS
kj have just received 25,000 yds of very superior
Kerseys, manufactured expressly of •'he best mate
rial for our own trade, which we offor to Planters
wishing to make up their winter su> plies in sum
mer, at decided inducements dfAw june 18
NEW SPRING GOODS.
LD. LALLEItSTEDT has opened at his old
• Stand, corner G obo Hotel, a new and
complete assortment ofSPRING GOODS, thcstyles
and prices of which, he warrants to please, to
which he invites attention. march 17
BIRD CAGES.—A general asfortm nt of Bird
Cages, Water Coolers of diffet set patterns, in
cluding Burnett’s pa'ent, which, with two pounds
of Ice to the gallon of wator. will keep it eight de
grees from the freezin > point for 24 hours ; a beau
tiful ornament for Iloteis, Parlors, and Steamboats.
For sale by B. F. CHEW,
NO DEVIATION PROM MARKED PRICES.
AUGUSTA FASHIONABLE CLOTHING
WM. 0. PRICE & CO., Tailors. 258 Broad-st.,
have on hand, and are constantly manufac
turing the most superb
GE TLEMEN’S OVERCOATS,
Os every description; Walking Coats, Business
Coats, Dress and French Coats, of all the choice
Os Black and Fancy Doeskin, and Cassimeres, oi
the latest stylos.
Os rich Cashmeres, Cassimeres and Velvets, Em
broidered Goods, Ac. Ac.
ROBES DE CHAMBRE,
Os various stvles and qualities.
GENTLEMEN’S UNDER GARMENTS,
Os every description. The whole embracing tho
best assortment of well made Clothing to be found
in Augusta. Purchasers will be pleased to call and
examine our assortment.
WM. O. PRICE A CO.,
dec 5 258 Broad street, Augusta.
THE AUGUSTA BRASS AND COTILLION
JOHN A. BOHLER, Leader,
RESPECTFULLY informs the public, that they
are prepared to furnish MUSIC for all occa
sions required, on reasonable terms. Communica
tions addressed to JOHN A., orW. O. BOHLER,
Augusta, Ga.,will receive prompt attention,
july 13 ly*
PRESTON AND MERRILL’S Yeast Powders,
for sale by PHILIP A. MOISE,
june 21 Druggist.
UNITED STATES HOTEL >
r fIHE above HOTEL is now open forth®
jk. reception of Permanent and Tran- HiiiM
This long established and well-known House has
undergone a thorough alteration throughout, and
furnished with NEW and FASHIONABLE FUR
The table will always be supplied with the bbst
the market affords; and tho Proprietor jcusts, by
a systematic course, both with servants and the
regulations of the house ho will be ena
bled to give entire satisfaction to those that may
favor him with their patronage.
JNO. W. SPEAR.
Chronicle A Sentinel please copy, jan 4
CABINET MAKING & UNDERTAKING
AT HIS STAND, second door below thefft
Eagle A Phoenix Hotel, respectfully in-in
forms his friends and the public, that he still
continues tho above business in all its branches.
He keeps on hand a large assortment of Maho
gany and other Coffins, oJ all kinds and sizes. Also
Shrouds and Sheets—which he offers on the mos
Also, Wire Safes, an assortment of Fine Cages, and
a Chair for Invalids. All orders will meet with
prompt attention. ts may 19
GLENDINNING & CO.'S
BROAD STREET, AUGUSTA, GEORGIA,
WHERE we have on hand, and willcontinue
to keep a well selected stock of Italian and
American MARBLE, for Monuments, Tombs. Ac.,
which we will finish up to order in a manner not to
be surpassed by any similar establishment, and as
low as they can be laid down from Now York or any
other place. Call and examine for yourselves,
mar 30 . ly
FASHIONABLE PALL AND WINTER
JOHN BRIDGES, Merchant Tailor, Clothier,
and Gentlcman’3 Furnishing Store, 250 Broad
street, next door below the United States Hotel, is
now in receipt of a full and complete stock of all
that appertains to a Gentleman’s Wardrobe, con
sisting of CLOTHS, CASSIMERES, VESTINGS,
and Trimmings to make up to order, both civic
and military. Also a large and fashionable assort
ment of READY MADE CLOTHING, and a full
supply of Furnishing Articles, viz : SHIRTS, UN
DER SHIRTS, LADIES UNDER VESTS,
DRAWERS, Nett and Made; Collars, Cravats,
Scarfs, Stocks, Gloves, Ac. &c
MAKING and TRIMMING in the best man
ner. oct 8
AUGUSTA BARBER SHOIL
JM. HAYWOOD, respectfully announces to
• tho citizens of Augusta, that h will open To-
Morrow, (Wednesday) November 17th, his NEW
and COMFORTABLE BARBER SHOP in the
Augusta Hotel, Broad street.
Sparing no expense or pains in making his Sa
loon one of the most Fashionable in the United
States, ho assures his fellow-citizens and friends
that every endeavor shall be made to make his
patrons comfortable. He respectfully solicits their
My prices will bo as reasonable as in any similar
establishment in New Yoik:
Hair Cutting in a fashionable and splendid
Single Shave 10c
Shaving every day, by the month $2 00
Do. five times per week 150
Do. throe and four times per week.... 100
Tickets for Children Hair Cutting, 6 for... 100
Parents are respectfully informed that every
pains will be taken with their children, when sent
to the Saloon to be waited upon.
\X f~~ J. M. 11, will keep for sale, a variety of
FANCY GOODS, such as Gentlemen’s Cravats,
Stocks, all kinds of Gloves, Dross Shirts, Pocket
Handkorchiefs, Merino and Cotton Under-Shirts,
Drawers, Socks, Collars, and other articles of Gen
tlemen's wear; Hair, Tooth, Nail, Hat, Cloth and
Shoe Brushes; Soaps, Colongos, Oils, and a great
variety of other articles.
BALM OF SAVANNAH.—This beautiful Pre
paration is manufactured by himself, for cleansing
and darkening the Hair, used by thousands
throughout the State of Georgia. He respectfully
recommends it to the Ladies and Gentlemen of
Augusta. (nov lfi) J. M. HAYWOOD.
“BOOTS, SHOES AND BROGANS.
THE SUBSCRIBER, thankful for past
favors, would inform his friends
customers, that he is now receiving his usual sup
ply of BOOTS, SHOES and BROGANS, compri
sing every article and quality, which be will sell
cheap. Call and see for yourselves.
2000 Pair No 1 PLANTATION BROGANS,
cheap. (oct 7) HENRY DALEY.
THE undersigned having purchased the GRAN
ITE FLOUR MILLS, locatod upon the Au
gusta Canal, gives notice that the FLOUR AND
GRAIN business will hereafter bo conducted and
carried on by George W. Lewis.
B. H. WARREN.
And will keep for salo superfine FLOUR, fresh
ground CORN MEAL, Wheat, Bran, Seconds, Ac.
GEORGE W. LEWIS,
feb 9 No. 1 Warren Block.
BARGAINS , BARGAINS!!
THE UNDERSIGNED, desirous of closing up
their business, aro selling off their stock of
CLOTHING and DRY GOODS, at cost. All those
who aro indebted to tho undersigned, either by
note or account, aro requeted to make immediate
payment, or their notes and accounts will bn put
in a train for collection.
MAYER, BROTHER A CO.,
jan 13 ts 3 doors above ha
GUNS, PISTOLS, &C.
Double barrel shot guns, Shot and
Powder Flasks, Gun Caps, of best makers ;
Patent Wadding, Ac.; Allen’s and Colt’s Revolving
Pistols, and others ; English Bolt and Pocket Pis
A fine Self-Cocking and Revolving Pistol, with
five chambered cylindor, patent rifled, firing wad
dod ball with great execution, splendidly made, by
Doane, Adams A Deane, London Bridge—a beau
tiful article for any one wishing a fino instrument
in case, with caps, balls, wadding, wrench, driver,
cleaning rod, oil cup, extra cones, Ac., complete
For salo low, by CLARK A CO.,
Dealers in fine Watches, Silver Wares,
oct 29 Jewelry, Guns. Ac
THE SUBSCRIBERS would res
pectfully call the attention of
their friends and the public, to their 'J * w \J *
assortment of Rosewood and Mahogany PIANO
FORTES, from the well known and justly celebrat
ed Manufactories of Baeo »* 4* Raven, A. H. Gale
Hr Co., and Dubois fa Seab ry, New York, which
aro toarrantedva every res- ect, to be at least fully
equal to any instruments manufactured in thiscoun
try or Europe.
The subscribers would also state that the instru
ments new on hand aro of the latest paterns and
fashion, and fresh from the, manufacturers. For
sale at very low prices for cash or city acceptance
at GEO. A. OAT'ES A CO.’S
Piano, Book A Music Depot. Broad-st.
MR. F. KIRCHNER, Teacher of the ftsw.
Guitar, begs leave to inform the
dies and Gentlemen of Augusta and the vi-%gp»
cinity, that ho has located himself in this
city, and will be happy to give instruction on this
Ho promises full satisfaction to all who may
place themselves under his tuition.
Applications made at tho Store of Geo. A. Oates
A Co., or C. Catlin A Co., or at the residence ot Mr.
Kirchner, nearly opposite the Catholic Church, as
to terms and references, will meet attention,
Mr. K. will, with pleasure, wait on families whe
may desire to confer with him o» the subject,
nov 24 ts __________
IS THE remedy for Dyspepsia, Liver Complaint,
Nervous Debility, Ac. Sold at $1 00 a bottle
by HAVILAND, RISLEY A CO.,
may 3 3m Agents, Augusta.
| UST RECEIVED, a fine lot of Travelling and
J Packing TRUNKS, Ladies’ HAT CASES, Ac.,
to be sold cheap, at HENRY DALY’S,
Opposite the U. S. Hotel.
Also, 500 pair of Ladies’ Silk Lasting Top GAI.
TERS, at SI.OO and sl-25. apr 22
BENNETT’S MIXTURE FOR BOWEL
HAS been in use in Charleston for many years,
and is rogarded as a specific in the early stages
of Bowel Complaint. Sold at 25 and 50 cents a
bottle by HAVILAND, RISLEY A CO.,
may 3 3m Agents, Augusta.
VOL. 33—NEW SERIF.S-.-VOL. 9. NO. 4.
250,000 POUNDS BACON.
THE SUBSCRIBER has on consignment two
hundred and fifty thousand pounds of the
finest Tennessee BACON ever offered as a whole in
this market. Persons in want, are invited to ex
amine it before buying. It will be sold low for
cash, or city acceptance.
Alto, 150 doz. BROOMS made in Greenville,
S. C. T. W. FLEMING.
may 29 lmo
CBAANo NEW ORLEANS MOLASSES.—
50 hhds. Cuba MOLASSES.
bbls. N. Orleans do.
33 do. Sugar House do.
16 bbls. do. do. For sale by
may 29 WM. H, STARK ACO.
Bacon, flour and lard.—4o,ooo pound
clear SIDES from Tennessee.
10,000 choice HAMS, cured extra ; SHOULD.
50 packages of LARD. For sale by
may 29 WM H. STARK & CO.
SCOTCH WHISKY AND JAMAICA RUM
1 puncheon Scotch Whisky, J. Ramsay; 1 do.
Jamaica Rum. For sale by
june 2 C. A. WILLIAMS.
SUGAR AND COFFEE —IjT bags prime Rio
Coffee ; 40 hhds. Muscovado and N. O. Sugar.
For sale by C A. WILLIAMS,
TOB ACCO.—3OO boxes various brands and qual
ities for sale low to close up a consignment,
and to pay advances. For sale by
june 2 C. A WILLIAMS.
WHISKY, FLOUR—SO bbls. N. O Whisky;
40 bbls. Flour, to clo>e consignments For
sale by C. A. WILLIAMS,
june 2 •
Yeast powders, sardines 100 dozen
Yeast Baking Powders ; 10 cases Sar 'ines.—
For sale by C. A. WILLIAMS.
Q) £1 HHDS. P Rico Sugars.
is 15 do N. Orleans granul’ted do*
150 bags prime Rio Coffee.
50 do Java, Laguira and Mocha do.
30 boxes choice Green and Black Teas
50 boxes Tallow. Star and Sperm Candles.
50 boxes Steam Rosined Candy
75 boxes Tobacco, various qualities.
50,000 American and Spanish Segars.
For sale by J.R. AW.M.DOW
' GROCERIES f!
THE SUBSCRIBERS are constantly supplied
with a large assortment of heavy and fsncy
GROCERIES, to which they respectfully invite the
attention of Merchants, Planters and Families.
We continue the Old Practice of delivering
Goods to our City Customers, free of expense.
Orders from the country will receive prompt
attention and will be filled at the lowest Market
prices. J. R. & W. M. DOW.
SEGARS. —We have just received a lot of the
following favorite brands SEGARS of our own
importation, direct from Havana:
Trcs Coronas, (three Crowns.)
Legaldad do Lopez.
dec 8 LAMBACK A COOPER.
Bacon, lard, coavpeas, and corn—
-10.000 lbs Tennessee Bacon, hog round ;
25 bbls. and half bbls. Lard ;
250 sacks of Tennessee Corn ;
51 “ Cowpeas.
Just received and for sale.
may 91 dAw lm A. STEVENS.
BBLS. Stuart’s A. Sugar ; 20 do. do. Yel
€)\J low C. do.; 15 casks Campbell’s Ale ;
25 boxes Soda Biscuit;
20 half bbls. Butter Crackers;
50 bbls. Extra Country Flour.
Just received by DAWSON A SKINNER,
C~~ liATTANOOGA WHISKY,—2O bbls. choice!
just received and for sale from the Chattanoo
ga Distillery by
june 14 S. C. GRENVILLE & CO.
POTATOES. —A few bbls. of choice Northern
POTATOES, just received and for sale by
june 14 S. C. GRENVILLE & CO.
WHITE WINE AND CIDER VINEGAR.—
75 bbls. just received and for sale by
june 14 S.C. GRENVILLE & CO.
OLD RAGS WANTED —The highest cash
prices paid for clean Cotton, Linen, Silk or
june 14 W. 11. PRITCHARD.
MACKEREL,— 50 bbls. No. 3 MACKEREL.
40 half bbls. No. 1 and 2 do.
30 kits Mess do.
30 “ Large No. 1 • do.
15 “ No. 1 Salmon.
3 half drums Codfish.
June 14 DAWSON & SKINNER.
Agricultural implemnest a gen
eral assortment Agricultural Implements,
just received and for sale at manufacturor’sprices,
with expenses added; viz :
Straw Cutters, of different patterns
Corn Shellers, Southern patterns
Corn Mills, “ “
Emery & Co.’s Patent Reap and Mowing Ma
Hoes, Ploughs, Trucks, Well Wheels, Shovels
Spades, Manure Forks, Horso Shoes, Ac.. Ac.
For sale by B. F. CHEW,
WiTapping~1 > reams Single
Crown ; 75 do. Double do.; 150 do. Medium,
a superior article, just received and for sale lower
than it can be bought for elsewhere.
june 7 S. C. GRENVILLE A CO.
FRESH MAY BUTTER.
A FEW kegs received yesterday of fresh May
BUTTER. W. H. PRITCH A HD.
1/ \ CASKS prime Savannah Rice just received
and for sale by C. E GIRARDEY
BACON, CORN, SUGARS
A ( \ bbls. Tennessee BACON ;
4iIU,UUV/ 75 hhds. MOLASSES;
100 hhds N. O. SUGAR;
75 bbls. Extra WHI-KY ;
200 hbls. prime HAY ;
3000 bushels CORN;
500 bbls Extra and Superfine Flour
from the Granite Mills
For sale by GEORGE W. LEWIS,
june 21 No. 1, Warren B'oek.
ACON, LARD, AND COHN 40 000 lbs. of
prime Tennessee Bacon. Hog Round ; 60 bbls.
and half bbls of Leaf Lard ; 250 sacks of prime
Bread Corn. Just received and for sale by
junolO dAwlm A. STEVENS.
Butter and cheese.—a fresh supply of
new Goshen Butter, and English Dairy C heese.
Received by THAYER A BUTT.
ACON AND CANDLES.—2O hhds. prime BA
50 boxes Adamantino Candles. Just received
and for saie by
june 21 CAMILLE E. GIRARDEY.
RUM AND gin—Bs bbls. New York Rose Gin
25 do. N. E. Rum ; 2 hhds do. do. By
june 3 C.A. WILLIAMS.
GENT’S FINE BOOTS^
JUST RECEIVED —Roger’s, Bonkert’s, Miles,
and Brook’sfine DRESS BOOTS.
—a J so-
Stichod bottom and other fine Water Prooi
Patent Leather DRESS BOOTS, of the latest
sK’e- (jan 29) ALDRICH A ROYAL.
BRUSHES, BRUSHES.—Whitewash, Scrub
bing, and Scouring Brushes. Also, Dusting,
Sweeping, Hat and Shoo Brushes, of all sizes, for
sale cheap by WM. HAINES,
june 11 Druggist, Augusta.
FOR cleansing, Beautifying, an'd Preserving the
Teeth and Gums, is one of the brst TOOTH
POWDERS in use, and too well known to require
puffing—for sale in Augusta by
HAVILAND, RISLEY A CO.,
may 3 3m Agents, Augusta.
BEESW AX WANTED—In any quantity, for
which the highest cash price will be paid by
may 19 C. A. WILLIAMS.
c ™ 0 Y„™ g Lad,'. bfKey
Our Village; sketches of rural character and
scenery: by Mary Russell Mitford. “
American Game in its seasons: by Henrv Wil
ham Herbert author of “Frank Forester s Field
Sports, Ac., Ac.
Elements of Mechanism: by T. Baker, C. E.
The History of the Devil; containing a descrip
tmn ot the Devil’s Dwelling, called Hell: by Defoe.
iW.yK? Saws and M °dern Instances,
or What ho Said, Did, or Invented.
Cyrilla; a Tale: by the author of “The Ini
Spiritual Vampirism: by C. W. Webber
Wild Jack, or the Stolen Child; a sketch from
life: by Caroline Lee Hentz.
The New Orleans Sketch Book: by Stahl.
German Lyricks : by Charles T. Brooks.
J ust received and for sale by
JOS. A. CARRIE A CO.
june 10 Booksellers A Stationers.
npilE HISTORY of the Restoration of Mon-
A archy in France : by A. De Lamartine, vol. iv.,
‘‘The History of the Girondists.”
No. 15, of Dickens “ Bleak House.”
The Dancing Feather, or Pirate Schooner : by
J H Ingraham, Esq. J
Pau^Teval' te W ° lf ’ ortho^ ecret Brotherhood: by
Paul Clifford, or Hurrah for the Road
Mmnio Samson, or the Outlaw s Lounge: by
Chas Red Swan, Esq. s 3
Larry Ashton, or the Will and the Wav ■ bv the
author of “ Minnie Grey,” “ Q us Howard, or How
to Win a wife,” Ac , Ac.
Just received and for sale by
JOS. A CARRIE A CO.,
J une Booksel'ers and Stationers.
MOJt fc. NEW B OKs. —Harry Coverdale’s
Courtship, and What C me of it: by the au
thor of “Frank Fairlegh,” etc , etc
Lady Leighton, or the Belle of the Manor: bv
Mrs. Gore. J
S Wife, or Scones in Canteen and
on the Battle Field: by G. W. M. Reynolds
Sylvia Seabury, or Yankees in Japan ; the Ro
mantic Adventures of a Sailor Boy: by Harry
Just received and for sale by
J upe 18 JOS. A. CARRIE A CO.
TV^' V ,r N ? VE T L ?;~T Lafitte , tb oPi rate JiT tho
Kyd Ac Ingraham, author of Capt.
A man in search of a Wife, or the Adventures of
a Bachelor in Now York : by Walter Seaton.
Jac and his Brido. or the Highwayman’s Flight,
be ng further adventures of Claude and his friends!
by the author of Gentleman Jack.
Biography of Father Gavazzi, with corrections
by himself, has just been receive t at.
GEO. A. OATES A BROS,
june 11 _ Book Store.
TYfEVV WORKS—Cyrilla, a Tale, by the author
x of initials. “Mary also have perished, have
erred, and sinned for women.”—l Exodus 4 ch.
27 verse. Three volumes of tho English edition iu
Also, No. 4 of Memoirs, Journals and Corres
pondence of Thomas Mooro.
J ust published and for sale at
GEO. A. OATES A BROS.,
June <5 Broad street.
NEW W ORKS. — Echoes of a Belle, or, a Voioe
from the Past: by Ben. Shadow.
Tho New Rome, or the Inside States of the
World: by Thoo. Pacsche and Chas. Goopp.
Silver and Pewter, or tho contrast of New York
The Empress of the Isles, or the Lake Bravo, has
just been received at
GEO. A. OATES A BROS.
may 2 ‘ Piano, Book A Music Store, Bioad-afc
NEW MUSIC. — The following Music has been
received at GEO. A. OATES A BROS’. Piano
Book and Music Depot, besides a large quantity
of standard popular pieces, viz: Long Ella Koe, a
new Ethiopian melody; Look on the Bright Side;
Yes, ’tis true thy Ivaty is now Sleeping; Song of
the Katy Did; My Mother’s Grave; Blind Boy’s
Dream; Grave of Ben Bolt; Humility; The Co
quette ; I love the early Morn; Annie Lowe; I
think of thee at oarly Morn; We miss thee at
Home; She was false as she was Fair; May morn
ing Duett, by W. V. Wallace ; Tho Adieu.
Polkas.—Golden Light; Grace Greenwood; Bet
sie; Orion; LaCoquetine; Southern Nightingale;
Mysterious Rapping; Rionzi March; Passiflora
Waltz; La Delcessa do.: Repertorie Do I'Opera
pour les Jennes Pcanistea, by tho Oesten, viz:
Vielka. Von Moyerher; Maria Padilla, Donizetti;
Siege de la Rochelle, Balfe; Mousquetaires, Von
Holovy ; Eloya Des Larmes, i . Schubert; Varia
tions Sueun Theresa Orig in A, by W. A. Mozart;
Magic Veil Gallop. * may 20
NEW WORKS. — Modern Flirtation; a Novel:
by Miss Catharine Sinclair, author of Bea
trice, Modern Accomplishments, Ac.
Wild Jack, or the Stolen Child: by Mrs. Hentz.
Passion and Principle; a Domestic Novel: by
The Soldier’s Wife, or Soonos in Canteen and on
the Battle Field: by Reynolds.
Harry Ashton, or the Will and tho Way; tho
only complete and unmutilated edition.
J ust received and for sale at
GEO. A. OATES A BRO’S.
Piano, Book and Music Store, Broad-street,
DISCOVERIES Among the’ Rains of Ninevah
and Babylon, with Travels in America, Kur
distan and the Desert; being the result of a second
expedition undertaken for the Trustees of the Brit
ish Museum: by Austen H. Layard, M. P.; with
Maps, Plans, and Illustrations.
Memorials of the English Martyrs : by the Rev.
C. B. Tayler, M. A., Rector of Otloy, Suffolk.
For sale by THOS. RICHARDS A SON.
Book Binders, Blank Book Manufacturers, Ac.
The annals of Tennessee to the end of
the eighteenth century ; comprising its settle
ment as the Watauga Association fiom 1769 to 1777;
part ofNorth Carolina from 1777 to 1784; the state
of Franklin from 1784 to 1788; a part of North
Carolina from 1788 to 1790 ; the Territory of the
United States South of the Ohio from 1790 to
1796; the state of Tennessee from 1796 to 1800,
by J. G. M. Ramsey A M M D.
Mvthology, related to children, translated from
the French of M. Lame F. Darv, author of several
elementary Works, with questions for examination,
by the tran lator.
Views of tho Holy Trinity ; Doctrinal and Exper
imental. For salo or inspection Ly
THOb. RICHARD A SON.,
june 29 .-tationarie3 Ac.
STAHL AN D SAM SLICK. — ho New Orleans
Sketch Book, by Stahl, author of The Portfo
hoot a Southern Medical Student, and Editor of
the New Orleans Delta Sam Slick’s Wise Saws
and Modern Instances; or what he Said, Did, or
Invented, and Anecdotes for the Steamboat and
Railroad. Selected from tho best authors, by an
old Traveler. For sale by
june 12 THOS. RICHARDS A SON.
E»v hooks, NOVELS, kc.—Trantwino on
Spirit Rapping; unveiled with pictures to match :
by Rev. H. Mat'ison, A. Id.
Cyrilla: a tale by the author of “ The Initials.”
Anti-fanaticism : a tale of the Smith: by Miss
Martha Haines Butt, inscribed to Mrs Hentz-
Parts 4 and 5 Memoirs of Thomas Moore.
First and True Love ; by Gt orge S»nd.
Xenaphon’s Memorabilia; by R. D. C. Robbins.
Seoond Latin Book ; by Albert Harkness, A M,
Lady Leighton, or the Bello of the Manor : by
Harry Coverdale’s Courtship, and What Came ot
it: by author of Frank Fairleigh.
Minnie Lawson, or the Outlaw’s Leaguo: by
Charles R. Swan, Esq.
Paul Clifford, or Hurrah for the Road.
The White Wolf, or the Secret Brotherhood: by
Eveloen Wilson, or tho Trials of an Orphan. Girl.
Harry Ashton, or tho Will and the Way: by the
author of the “ Minnie Grey,” Ac.
Sylvia Seabury, or Yankees in Japan ; the Ro
mantic Adventures of a Sailor Boy: by Harry
The Soldier’s Wife, or Scenes in Canteen and on
the Battle Field: by G. W. M. Reynolds.
For sale by THOS. RICHARDS A SON,
Booksellers, Stationers, and Blank Book Manu
facturers. • junel9
NEW FLOUR.. — SO bbls., fresh ground, in quar
ter and half sacks. For sale by
GEORGE W. LEWIS,
jun« 18 No. 1, Warren Block.