BY .t AMES GARDNER. JR.
(Cfliistitutiuimfet K JUpublir.
OFFICE )N ts cINTOSH-STREET,
third door from the north-west corner of
To Professional and Business Men.
PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CARDS, notex
f,r: DC six lines, will be inserted under this head at the
rite of #lO per annum. Cards exceeding six lines, will
be charged pro rata per line.
SHEWMAKE fit MONTGOMERY,
4 TTORNEYS AT LAW, Waynesboro. Oa.,
iY will practice Law in Copartnership, in Burke
John T. Shkwmake. | W. W. Montgomery
J. C. & G. A. SNEAD,
\ TTORNEYS AT LAW, (Law Range,) Au
gusta, Ga. Practice in the Courts of the Mid
dle District, and Common Pleas of the city.
Jehn C. Snead, also practices in the Courts of
Edgeliod and Barnwell Districts, S. C.
John C. Snead. Garland A. Snead.
aug 6 ly
4 TTORNEY AT LAW, Augusta, Ga.—W 1
practice in the Middle Circuit of Georgia.
Office on Mclntosh street, third door North of
the office of the Constitutionalist A Republic.
oct 19 ly
' JAMES GARDNER, JR.,
4 TTORSEY AT LAW, Augusta, Georgia—
JY Office on Mclntosh-st. mar 17
MILLEDGE &. ROGERS,
\TTOR.VEYS AT LAW Augusta, Georgia.—
Office on Jackson street.
John Milledge. A. M. Rogers.
aug 7 ly
i TTORNEY AT LAW, Warrenton, Ga.
JY may 3 6m
JOHN D. REILLY.
a TTORNEY AT LAW, Augusta Ga., will prac-
A tice in the Courts of the middle District and
Common Pleas of Augusta. Office up stairs in
Metcalfs New Building, third door North of the
Constitutionalist & Republi office. aug 4 ly
T. W. COBB,
\ TTORNEY AT LAW, Eatonton, Geo., will
practice in the several Counties of Putnam,
Jasper, Morgan, Jones, and Baldwin.
All business entrusted to his care will be
promptly attended to. sept 15
DAVID S. JOHNSTON,
ATTORNEY AT LAW, Commissioner for N
Carolina, and Notarj Public.
Office over the store ol Messrs. B. H. War
ren A Co., Granite Row, Jackson street, Augusta,
Ga may ®
JONES fin STURGES,
4 TTORNEYS AT LAW, Waynesboro’, Qeoi
John J. Jones. J. R. Sturges
BENNETT & BEERS,
WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS, No. 125 Main
street, Richmond, Virginia.
Chas. Bennett, | Wm. S. Beers.
ill ay 29
G. A. SNEAD7
COMMISSIONER for taking the acknowlcdg.
mont of Deeds, administering Oaths, Ac., for
the States of Alabama, Florida, and Texas.
jan 28 ly
JOHN T. SHEWMAKE^
ATTORNEY AT LAW, will practice in Burke,
Jefferson, Washington, and other counties ol
the Middle District.
Office, first floor over J. C. Carmichael’s Store,
Warren Block, Augusta, Ga. ly feb 6
S. T. STRICKLAND
4 TTORNEY AT LAW, Franklin, Heard coun
-2Y ty, Ga., will attend promptly to Professional
Business entrusted to him in all the counties of the
References.—W.T. Gould, Augusta, Ga.; D.
L. Grimes, Corinth, Ga.; W» W. Gunter. Frank
lin, Ga. ly ap 9
H. J. &T wr T. MILLIC AN,
4 TTORNEY’S AT LAW, Jefferson, Jackson
2\ county, Ga., will practice in the Western Cir
cuit of Georgia, and also, in the counties of Madi
son and Elbert, of the Northern Circuit.
ROB IT J. MILLIGAN, WM. T. MILLICAN
an 26 ly
M. R. M JOHNSTON7
4 TTORNEYS AT LAW, SPARTA, GA. The
2\ undersigned will practice Law in Hancock
an! the adjoining counties-and the Supreme Court.
Mark Johnston. | R. M. Johnston.
feb 11 ly
WILLIAM A. REID,
4 TTORNEY AT LAW, Eatenton, Geo. Re
-2\ fers to Hon. F. H. Cone, Greensboro.’
sept. 8 ts
EDWARD R. HARDEN,
4 TTORNEY AT LAW, Ringgold,Walker coun
2\. tv, Geo.,will attend promptly to the collec
tion? of claims in Walkor, Murray and Whtfield
’ounties, Georgia, and Hamilton county, Tennes
References, —Graddy A Burfford, IVhitman A
Young, F. W. Thornton, J. J. Johnson, Ringgoll,
W. H Stark A Co., P. A Scranton, Col. -Tno.
Milledge, Augusta. ly oct 26
D. H. SAUNDERS, '
4 TTORNEY AT LAW, Greensboro, Georgia.
-Y jan 5 fly
ATTORNEY AT LAW, Lawrenceville, Gwin
-A nett county, Ga. ly may 6
JAMES C. LGNGSTREET,
4 TTORNEY AT LAW, Calhoun, Gordon coun
-2\ ty, Ga., will practice in the several Courts of
the Cherokee Circuit.
Refers to Hon. J. P King, Robert F. Poe, Augus
ta. Ga.; Richard J. Peters, Esq., Atlanta, Ga.; W.
Aiken, Esq., Cassville, Ga. ts July 23
JOHN C. CARMICHAEL.
COMMISSI O N MERC 11 ANT,
Will attend to the sale of Produce of all kinds,
consigned to him. c sept 29
STURGES &. H MFTON,
General commission merchants for
Timber and Produce, No. 76 Bay st., Savan
Wm. 11. Sturges. Presley Hampton.
june 9 ly
BERRIEN & JONES,
4 TTORNEYS AT LAW—Office, Waynesboro’,
.TV. Burke county—Will practice in the Middle
Circuit of Georgia. l y jan 10
Thos. M. Berrien, \ Malcom D. Jones
B. R. DANIEL!,. | X. L. COOPER.
DANIELL & COOPER,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Atlanta, Georgia,
will attend to the collection of debts and
other Professional business in the surrounding
counties. Refer to Messrs. J. R.AW. M. Dow,
and Buford, Beall & Co., Augusta,
apr 29 ly
M. P. STOVALL,
WAREHOUSE; COMMISSION MERCHANT,
Augusta, Ga., •
TV"OULD respectfully inform his old pat^jvS^
.* ♦ rons and the public generally.
he has leased for a term of years, the new and
extensive Fire-Proof Warehouse, situated on Jack
son street. between the Rail Road Depot and Broad
street, neartho Globe Hotel, loimcrly occupied by
V alker& Eryson, and morereeei tly by G. Walker
The location is an excellent om being conven
ient to the Rail Roads, Hotels, Ba s and chie
business houses of the city.
Having every faeility for business and the dispo
sition to extend every accommodation to his cus
orners, with a long acquaintance with the interests
ot the planter, he hopes he may have, not only a
continuance, but an increase of the liberal patron
•e heretofore extended him.
1_ TLj® fo r family supplies, Bagging, Ac., prompt
y nd carefully filled at the lowest market prices.
July 21st, 1852.
hiP*. Having transferred theleaseon the Ware
uousc lately occupied by us, to M, M. P. Stovall,
a consequence of our removal to Charleston, we
r. e great pleasure in recommending him to our
tne . nds - G. WALKER & SON.
Augusta, July 1, 1812, j y 21
1 .OHO G ALLOYS ENGLISH LINSEED
J , , OIL—For sale by
July 7 PHILIP A. MOISE, Druggist.
(El) 1 1) trill) cCgnstitutioiiafet anil iWpitltlic.
CARTER’S SPANISH MIXTURE.
IFI FR Os THU BLOOD:
NOT A PARTICLE OF MERCURY IN IT.
AN infallible rbmedt 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 ol'the Bones and Joints, Stub
born Ulcers, Syphilitic Disorders, Lumbago, Spina,
Complaints, 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 utmost confidence in its virtues and
wonderful curative properties. The following certifi
cates. selected from a large 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 Richmoud, Virginia.
F. Boyden. Esq., of the Exchange Hotel, Richmond,
known everywhere, says he has seen the Medicine
called Carter's Spanish Mixture administered in over a
hundred cases, in nearly all the diseases for which it is
recommended, with the most astonishingly good re
sults. He says it is the most extraordinary Medicine
he has ever seen.
Ague and Fever. — Great Cure. —l hereby certify,
that for three years I had Ague and Fever of the most
violent description. I had several Physicians, took
large quantities of Quinine. Mercury, and* I believe all
the Tonics adveitised, but all without any permanent
relief. At last I tried Carter's Spanish Mixture, two
bottles of which effectually cured me, and I am happy
to say T have had neither Chills or Fevers since. I con
sider it the best Tonic in the world, and the only medi
ciue that ever reached my case.
Beaver Dam, near Richmond, Va.
C. B. Luck. Esq., now in the city of Richmond, and
for many years in the Post Office, has such confidonceln
he astonishing efficacy of Carter’s Spanish Mixture,
that he has bought 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. J 3
Dr. Minge, 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 case of Consumption, dependent on the
Liver, the good effects were wonderful indeed.
Samuel 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 scrofula.—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 all 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—CURED.
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. Harwood, of R chmond, Va., cured of Old
Sores and 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 HAVILAND, IIARVALL & CO..
Charleston. HAVILAND. RISBY & CO., and WM. H.
TUTT, Augusta, and by Druggists and Country Mer
chants everywhere. Price $1 per bottle, or 6 bottles
for So. may 29
TIIE public are hereby notified that the firm of
Robertson A 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 & STOVALL,
THE UNDERSIGNED respectfully announces
to the public, that they have formed a Co
partnership under the firm of Robertson A 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
five their undivided attention to the sale ot Cotton,
lour, Grain, Bacon, Ac., consigned to their care.
Cash advanced on all consignments made them,
when desired. And all orders for Bagging, Rope,
Family Supplies, Ac., filled at the lowest market
prices, and forwarded to ordor.
E. D. Robertson takes this occasion to return his
thanks for the liberal patronage extended to the
late firm of Robertson A Crocker, and respectfully
solicits a continuance of the same to the present
ROBERTSON A STOVALL.
E. D. Robertson. Thos. P. Stovall.
Augusta, June 20th, 1853. det june 21
BUFORD, BEALL & CO.,
WAREHOUSE A GROCERY MERCHANTS
THANKFUL for the patronage so lihe
rally extended to us, during the past
season, respectfully inform our friends that
wo continue the GROCERY BUSINESS, at the
same well known stand, and are constantly receiv
ing a large and well selected stock, adapted to
Planters' trade, embracing Shoes, Domestics, Hats,
Vi e also continue the WARE-HOUSE BUSI
NESS at the sarno 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
otuor Produce in store, when required
WM. H. BUFORD,
t i , A 1D WM. M. BEALL,
J. W. L. STOVALL.
® YE & HEARD,
W A REHOUSE A COMMISSION MERCHANTS
W nrrn Augusta, Ga.,
OULD announce to thc'.r former pat
rons, and tne public generally, that
they continue the above business at their
old stand, * ire-Proof Warehouse, east sideofMc-
Intosh street, where they solicit a continuance of
the patronage so liberally extended heretofore.
All orders for Family supplies, Baling Rodb
Ac., will be promptly filled at the Wes?market
Liberal Cash Advances made on Prndn™
n store when required.
James M. Dye. | Stephen D. Heard.
Augusta, August 5, 1852. ts aug 5
ROBERTSON & CROCKER' '
WAREHOUSE A COMMISSION MERCHANTS
CONTINUE the above business in all its
branches, at their old stand,
Proof,) on Reynold street, where they may be al
ways found, ready to advance the best interest of
Liberal Cask 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
BURNING FLUID, at 80cts. per gallon at
WM. H. TUTT’S, Drug Store.
GWYN & REID,
(LATE GWYN, REID & TAYLOR,)
IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS OF
No. 7 Hanover street, Baltimore, Md.
BALTIMORE SILK HOUSE.
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 theabove
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
DISSOLUTIO N—The firm of BAKER A
HART is this day dissolved by mutual con
sent The business of the late firm will be liqui
dated by Alfred Baker.
june 17 JAMES B. HART.
COPARTNERSHIP 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 store of the
late firm of Baker A Hart.
„ " ALFRED BAKER,
lithe 17 dl2 c 3 T. D CASWELL.
UNDERSIGNED having associated with
J;. them JOHN T. MILLER and SAMUEL A.
VEKDSRY, in the Wholesale Dry Goods business,
will be continued from this date, under
tile Bfine and style of Jacksons, Miller A
TlqflfejY. W. E. A G. T. JACKSON.
77 « d|c4 july 1
(, *' £<' - BIS SO LUTIGN.
fpiQfE COPARTNERSHIP heretofore existing
sL'writween the undersigned, under the firm of
A CO., was dissolved on the 16th inst.,
consent. The books of tho late firm
w il 10* kept at the store of Messrs. McCord, Hart
AfVVi-lie name of the firm will be used by either
of iS sh settling up the old business.
j DANIEL HAND,
jlugusta., June 21, 1853. d&clm .june 22
THE UNDERSIGNED have This Day formed
a Copartnership under the firm, name and
style of McCord, Hart A Co., for the transaction
ol a general GROCERY BUSINESS in this city,
and have taken tho store formerly occupied by
Messrs. Adams A Fargo, and more recently by
Messrs. Seymour, Ansley A 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 SEYMOUR, ANSLEY A CO.,
has been this day dissolved by mutual consent.
The name of the firm will be used by either part
ner in settling up the old business.
11. C- SEYMOUR,
J. A. ANSLEY,
JOHN G. McIIENRY.
THE SUBSCRIBERS have this day formed a
Copartnership for the transaction of a whole
sale GROCERY BUSINESS in this city, under the
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 A CO., we hope to merit a con
tinuance of the same to the new firm.
P. A. SCRANTON,
H. C. SEYMOUR,
JOHN G. McHENRY.
N. B.—Wo shall receive and sell PRODUCE on
Commission as formerly. The books an l ' papers of
our old firms will be found at the office of tho sub
scribers. S. S. A Co.
Augusta, Ga., June 13, 1853. detf june 18
THE firm heretofore existing under tho name
and style of BUFOIID, BEALL A CO., is this
day dissolved by limitation Either of tho firm are
authorized to sign in liquidation.
W. H. BUFORD,
W. M. BEALL,
J. W L. STOVALL.
Augusta, June 5, 1853. juno 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 the late firm
will be kept, W. M BEALL.
J. W.L. STOVALL.
Augusta, June 6, 1853. june 7
4 CARD.—In consequence of ill health, I have
2\ been compelled to withdraw from business, anid
in retiring, would take this opportunity of return
ing my sincere thanks to my friends and tho public
generally for their patr- nage so liberally extended
to me during my business connections, and would
most cordially recommend mv succeFSots and late
june 7 dlmc2m
ALL Persons- indebted to the Estate of Thomas
H. Mitchell, late of Walton county, deceased,
are requested to make immediate payment, and
those having demands against said deceased, will
please render them in terms ot the law.
JETT T. MITCHELL, l „
JOSHUA M. MITCHELL, Executors,
ALL PERSONS indebted to the Estato of Mar
tin Frederick, deceased, are hereby requested
to make immediate payment; and those having
claims against said Estate, to present them, duly
attested, and within the time prescribed by law.
EDWARD GIRARDEY, • . , ,
may 21 WM. J.DOUGHERTY. ( Adul rs -
WHEREAS many side walks, especially on the
cross streets are in bad ordor, notice is hereby
given to lot holders, that they are required to put
the same in good order forthwith; also, that all per
sons will be required to pave tho drains crossing
the sidewalks fronting their lots and covering the
same from the sidewalks to the ditch, as required
by tho 28th section of the general ordinance.
By order the Committee on Streets and Drains.
june lo Clerk Council.
THE SUBSCRIBER has removed his GUN
ESTABLISHMENT to 205 Broad street, a
few doors above the 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.
juue4 E. H. ROGERS.
WE have commenced receiving CLOTHS, CAS
SIMERES and VESTINGS, of the newest
style and best fabric, for SPRING WEAR, which
wc are prepared to make up to measure, in the
latest 3tyle and best manner. Our stock will be
replenished, EVERY WEEK, with the cheapest
and best to be found in the Northern market,
feb 27 WM. O. PRICE A CO.
1 ( P acka & cs Coguuc Brandy, just received
-L and in store, for sale by
June 12 ts C.E. GIRARDEY.
T WHEAT WANTED.
HE highest price paid for prime now WHEAT,
tor the Granite Mills, by
- Q GEORGE W. LEWIS,
y No. 1 Warren Block.
W^n T n^n LEAD ’ FOR SALE VERY LOW
10 10 > 000 pounds Pure and No. 1 White Load,
for sale very low for cash, by
* ju'y 7 PHILIP A. MOISE, Druggist.
AUGUSTA, GA., WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 13, 1553
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 are 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
be 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 undorsigned can, at all times, be found at
the 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.
TtJST OPENED, NEW FURNITURE
THANKFUL for the liberal pat
ronage we have heretofore re
ceived from the citizens of Augus-®
ta and its vicinitv, the subscribers
would respectfully announce that they have taken
the largo iron front Storo, under the Augusta Ho
tel, where they intend carrying on the above busi
ness exclusively, and will keep on hand tho latest
styles of FURITURE, and from the best manufac
tories at the North, we are receiving by arrivals,
and shall use our efforts to keep an assortment on
hand and in store, Mahogany and Walnut Soffis,
Tufted Chairs, Sideboards, Tables,Bureaus, Wash
stands, Work Tables, Toilet do., Mahogany,Maple,
Cano and Rush Seat Chaira, of various qualities;
Bodsteds, Matrases, Window Shades, Ac.
HENRY A SKINNER.
N. B.—Furniture made to order and repairing
done with despatch. fActf
THE AUGUSTA BILLIARD ROOMS,
In the Rear of Haywood’s Shaving Saloon,
Under the Augusta Hotel.
JM. HAYWOOD, respectfully informs his
• friends and the citizens of Augusta, generally,
that he has opened a new and elegant BILLIARD
ROOM, furnished with very superior Tables, from
tho Manufactory of Strong A Moore, Hew York,
and hopes, by having it conducted with propriety
and decorum, to be favored with the patronage of
the gentlemen of Augusta. jan 19
Quality Range, Broad Street, Augusta, Ga.,
IS ready to exocute all orders for PI- ,
ANOS of all descriptions, which he7ljErfH7J|
warrants to be equal in tone, qualityFT7 jf!
and durability to any that are brought from the
North. Tho 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 mako, 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. From what I have seen of Mr. Bren
ner’s Pianos, I have no hesitation in recommend
ing Htem 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. Sctze,
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
tico. p. BRENNER,
sept 17 ly Broad-st.. above McKinne-st.
HATS, CAPS AND BONNETS,
AT CHARLESTON PRICES.
COUNTRY Merchants visiting Augusta?:™'
will find at our House the largest and*
best selected stock of HATS, CAPS ANhm
BONNETS, in tho 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 A 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. Iloxie's Remedy for
Rheumatism, Ac., and after using three and a half
bottles, I am entirely well, and have been well
ever since, and this is nearly four months a^o.
SAMUEL T. MADDOX.
This Medicino is 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 case Wedgwood Mortars;
100 gross Matches;
5 bbls. Cold Pressed Castor Oil, which
are offered at low prices hy WM. H. TUTT.
june 15 dAw Wholesale and Retail Druggist
SUMMER CASSkMERES and LINENS, for
Pantaloons, of new styles of fabric, suited for a
june 4 WM.O PRICE A CO.
SUPERIOR KERSEYS.—GRAY BROTHERS
have just received 25,000 yds of very superior
Kerseys, manufactured expressly of t he best mate
rial for our own trade, which we offer to Planters
wishing to make up their winter su> plies in sum
mer, at decided inducements. dfAw june 18
NE W SPRING GOODS.
LD, LALLERSTEDT has opened at his old
• Stand, corner Globo Hotel, a new and
complete assortment of SPRING GOODS, the stylos
and prices of which, he warrants to please, to
which ho invites attention. march 17
BIRD cages. —A general asrortm’nt of Bird
Cages, Water Coolers of diffei ?nt patterns, in
cluding Burnett's patent, which, with two pounds
of Icc to the gallon of water, will keep it eight de
grees from the freezing point for 24 hours; a beau
tiful ornament for Hotels, Parlors, and Steamboats.
For sale by B. F. CHEW.
NO DEVIATION FROM MARKED PRICES.
AUGUSTA FASHIONABLE CLOTHING
WM. 0. PRICE A CO., Tailors, 258 Broad-st.,
have on hand, and are constantly manufac
turing the most superb
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 styles.
Os rich Cashmeres, Cassimeres and Velvets, Em
broidered Goods, Ac. Ac.
ROBES DE CIIAMBRE,
Os various styles and qualities.
GENTLEMEN’S UNDER GARMENTS,
Os every description. The whole embracing the
best assortment of well made Clothing to ho 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 furbish 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*
at Wholesale \
and Retail, ii
of 'all descrip-;
tions,of the ve-!
ry best make, i
all kinds of
of every de-;
all articles use
ful and neces
sary for Dress
jw. O. PRICE & CO.,]
! Drapers and Tailors, j
!are well supplied with the!
(best of English & French!
jofblack and blue, andall!
the newest colors.
of the newest and most
fashionable patterns. |
of every description.
. The public will find us
[ prepared to make to
. all articles of Dressinthe
g best and most approved
ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY EXECUTED.
UNITED STATES HOTEIJ
THE above HOTEL is now open for the JfeA
reception of Permanent and Tran
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 »est
the market affords; and the Proprietor ru-sts, by
a systematic course, both with savants and the
regulations ot the house AeanpaUy. he will bo ena
bled to give entire sottisiaotion to those that may
favor him with theirpatronage. *
JNO. W. SPEAR.
Chronicle & Sentinel please copy, jan 4
CABINET MAKING & UNDERTAKING
AT HIS STAND, second door below thef?\
Eagle & Phoenix Hotel, respectfully
forms his friends and the public, that he still
continues the above business in all its branches.
He keeps on hand a large assortment of Maho
gany and other Coffins, ol all kinds and sizes. Also
Shrouds and Sheets—which he offers on the mos
Also, Wire Safes, an assortment ofFine Cages, and
a Chair for Invalids. All orders will meet with
prompt attention. ts may 19
GLENDINNING & COPS
RROAD STREET, AUGUSTA, GEORGIA,
HE BE we have on hand, and willcontinue
V V to keep a well selected stock of Italian and
American MARBLE, for Monuments, Tombs, &c.,
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 New York or any
other place. Call and examine for yourselves
mar 30 ly J
FASHIONABLE FALL AND WINTER"
JOHN BRIDGES, Merchant Tailor, Clothier,
and Gentleman’s 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, &c. &c.
MAKING and TR.IMMING in the best man
ncr - oct 8
AUGUSTA BARBER SHOP.
JM. HAYWOOD, respectfully announces to
» the 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 the United
States, ho assures his fellow-citizens and friends
that every endeavor shall bo made to make his
patrons comfortable. lie respectfully solicits their
My prices will ho as reasonable as in any similar
establishment in New York :
Hair Cutting in a fashionable and splendid
Single Shave io c
Shaving every day, by the month. .’.’s2 00
Do. five times per week 150
Do. three and four times per week.... 100
Tickets for Children Hair Cutting, 6 for... 100
Paronts arc respectfully informed that every
pains will be taken with their children, when sent
to the Saloon to be waited upon.
J. M. H. will keep for sale, a variety of
lANCY GOODS, such as Gentlemen’s Cravats,
Stocks, all kinds of Gloves, Dress Shirts, Pocket
Handkerchiefs, 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, Colonges, Oils, and a great
variety of other articles.
BALM OF SAVANNAH.—This bcauiiM 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 16) J. M. HAYWOOD.
BOOTS, SHOES AND BROGANS.
THE SUBSCRIBER, thankful for
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 he will sell
cheap. Call and see for yourselves.
2000 Pair No 1 PLANTATION BROGANS,
cheap. (oct 7) HENRY DALEY.
THE undersignod having purchased the GRAN
ITE FLOUR MILLS, located upon the Au
;usta Canal, gives notice that the FLOUR AND
GRAIN business will hereafter be conducted and
carried on by George W. Lewis.
B H. WARREN.
And will keep for sale superfine FLOUR, fresh
ground CORN MEAL, AV heat. Bran, Seconds, &c.
GEORGE W. LEAVIS,
fob 9 No. 1 AVarren Block.
THE UNDERSIGNED, desirous of closing up
their business, are selling off their stock of
CLOTHING and DRY GOODS, at cost. All those
who are indebted to tho undorsigned. either by
note or account, are requo ted to make immediate
payment, or their notes and accounts will be put
in a train for collection.
MAYER, BROTHER & CO.,
jan 13 ts 3 doors above ha
~ GUNSjPISTOLS, &C7~
Double barrel shot guns, Shot and
Powder Flasks, Gun Caps, of best makers ;
Patent Wadding, &c.; Allen’s and Colt’s Revolving
Pistols, and others ; English Belt and Pocket Pis
A fine Self-Cocking and Revolving Pistol, with
fivo chamhered cylinder, patent rifled, firing wad
ded ball with great execution, splendidly made, by
Deane, Adams & Deane, London Bridge—a beau
tiful article for any one wishing a fine instrument
in case, with caps, balls, wadding, wrench, driver,
cleaning rod, oil cup, extra cones, Ac., complote
For sale low, by CLARK & CO.,
Dealers in fine AVatches, Silver AVares,
oct 29 Jewelry, Guns. Ac
THE SUBSCRIBERS would res
poctfully call the attention of lp|iWPlWB
their friends and the public, to their \J “ 51 U «
assortment of Rosewood and Mahogany PIANO
FORTES, from the well known and justly celebrat
ed Manufactories of Bacon A Raven, A. H. Gale,
A Co., and Dubois A Seabury, New York, which
are warranted in every rear ect, to be at least fully
equal to any instruments manufactured in this coun
try or Europe.
The subscribers would also state that the instru
ments new on hand are 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. OATES A CO.’S
Piano, Book A Music Depot. Broad-st.
MR. F. KIRCHJVER, Teacher of the ft©/.
Guitar, begs leave to inform the
dies and Gentlemen of Augusta and the vi-««Sjgi
cinity, that he 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 the Store of Geo. A. Oates
& Co., or C. Catlin & Co., or at the residence of Mr.
Kirchnor, nearly opposite the Catholic Church, as
to terms and references, will meet attention,
Mr. K. will, with pleasure, wait on families whc
may desire to confer with him on the subject,
nov 24 ts
IS THE remedy for Dyspepsia, Liver Complaint,
Nervous Debility, Ac. Sold at $1 00 a bottle
by HAVILAND, RISLEY <fc CO.,
may 3 3m Agents, Augusta.
lUST RECEIVED, a fine lot of Travelling and
I 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 GAT
TERS, at SI.OO and $1.25. apr 22
BENNETT’S MIXTURE FOR BOWEL
HAS been in use in Charleston for many years,
and is regarded as a specific in the early stages
of Bowel Complaint. Sold at 25 and 50 cents a
bottle by HAVILAND, RISLEY & CO.,
may 3 3m Agents, Augusta.
|of Plush, Cloth
i of Silk and
’! Money Belts
; for Clothes,
: Hair, Nails, Ac
and all useful
j articles of
1 Dress for Gen
. tlemen’s use.
VOL. 33—NEW SERIES—VOL. 9.-NO. 9.
SCOTCH WHISKY AND JAMAICA RUM
1 puncheon Scotch AVhisky, J. Ramsay; 1 do.
Jamaica Bum. For sale by
juno 2' G A. WILLI AMS.
SUGAR AND COFFEE—ISO baa7s primT’Rio
Coffoo ; 40 hhds. Muscovado and N. 0. 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
J UDe2 C. A AVILLIAMS.
FI ' OUR —SO bbls.~N.~o Whisky;
, 40 bbls. Flour, to clo?e consignments. For
sal . e b - v „ C. A. AVILLIAMS.
Yeast powdersTsardines.— 100 dozen
least Baking Powders; 10 cases Sardines.—
For sale by C. A. WILLIAMS.
O HHDS. P. Rico Sugars.
lb do. N. Orleans granulated do*
150 bags prime Rio Coffee.
50 do Java, Lagnira and Mocha do.
30 boxes choice Green and Black Teas.
50 boxes Tallow, Star and Sperm Candles.
50 boxes Steam Refined Candy.
75 boxes Tobacco, various qualities.
50,000 American and Spanish Segars.
For sale by J.R. A AV. M. DOW.
GROCERIES ! groceriesTl
THE SUBSCRIBERS are constantly supplied
with a large assortment of heavy and fancy
GROCERIES, to which they respectfully invite the
attention of Merchants, Planters and Families.
A\ e continue the Old Practice of delivering
Goods to our City Customers, free of expense.
Orders from the country will receive prompt
attention and will bo filled at the lowest Market
P ri ces. J. R. A AV. M. DOAV.
Bacon, lard, cowpeas, and cornT!!
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. STEA T ENS.
OTj BBLS. Stuart’s A. Sugar ; 20 do. do. Yel-
Y/ 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 DAAVSON A SKINNER,
CHATTANOOGA WHISKY,—2O bbls. choice!
just received and for sale from the Chattanoo
ga Distillery by
june 14 S. C. GRENVILLE A CO.
POTATOES. —A few bbls. of choice Northern
POTATOES, just received and for sale by
june 14 _ S. C. GRENVILLE A CO.
WHITE WINE AND CIDER VINEGAR.—
75 bbls. just received and for sale by
june 14 S.C. GRENVILLE A CO.
OLD RAGS WANTED—The highest cash
prices paid for clean Cotton, Linen, Silk or
juno 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.
juno 14 DAWSON ASKINNER.
Agricultural implemnest.—a gen
eral. assortment Agricultural Implements,
just received and for sale at manufacturer’sprices,
with expenses added ; viz ;
Straw Cutters, of different patterns
Corn Shellers, Southern patterns
Corn Mills, “ “
Emery A Co.’s Patent Reap and Mowing Ma
Hoes, Ploughs, Trucks, Well Wheels, Shovels
Spades, Manure Forks, Horse Shoes, Ac., Ac.
For salo by B. F. CHEW,
RAPPING PAPER.—3SO 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. 11. PRITCHA HD.
june 5 *
1/4 CASKS prime Savannah Rice iust received
and for sale by C. E. GIRARDEY
BACON, CORN, SUGAR.
At\ i\ru\ BBLS. Tennessee BACON :
4b\J,Uv/V/ 75 hhds. MOLASSES ;
100 hhds N. 0. SUGAR;
75 bbls. Extra WHISKY ;
200 bbls. prime HAY ;
3000 bushels CORN;
500 bbls. Extra and Superfine Floui
from the Granite Mills
For sale by GEORGE W. LEWIS,
jane 21 No. 1, Warren Block.
Bacon, lard, anu cokn— 4o.ooo lbs. of
prime Tennessee Bacon, Hog Round ; 50 bbls.
and half bbls. of Leaf Lard ; 250 sacks of prime
Bread Corn. Just received and for sale by
june 10 d&wlm A. STEVENS.
BUTTER and CHEESE.--A fresh’"supply of
new Goshen Butter, and English Dairy Cheese.
Received by THAYER & BUTT,
ACON and CANDLES—2O hhdsV prime BA
50 boxes Adamantine Candles. Just received
and for sale by
june 21 CAMILLE E. GIRARDEY.
RUM AND gin. —25 bbls. New York Rose Gin
25 do. N. E. Rum ; 2 hhds do. do. By
june 3 C.A. WILLIAMS.
11 HALF pipes of superior Old Imported
-L BRANDIES. I have just received and
have in store for sale :
£ pipe Palo Otard Dupuy, vintage 47.
4 l ' “ James Ilennesey Cognac vit’ge4B.
5 “ “ J. J. Dupuy, “ “ 48.
4 “ “ and Dark Sazeroo vit’ge46, 49 and
The above are a superior lot of Old BRANDIES
and those in want of a fine and pure article will
do well to give me a call before purchasing else
where. (june 24] C. E. GIRABDEY.
WHITE LEAD, L«\S E EDCH I7sPI RJ TS
of Turpentine.—lo.ooo lbs. pure extra New
White Lead; 500 gallons Linseed Oil ;
250 gallons Spirits of Turpentine;
10 bbls Tanners’ Oil ;
10 do. Machinery Oil;
1,000 gallons Lamp Oil ;
250 boxes Window Glass;
2,900 lbs. Steam Refined Putty;
12 doz. Paint Brushes.
For sale very lew by WM. H. TUTT,
june 15 d&w Wholesale and Retail Druggist.
PUMPS. —Every variety of Pumps, including
Downs & Co.’s improved Revolving Spout;
Force and Lift; Douglass’ Pumps; 0. Snow’s dou
ble rod do.; Chain Pump Frames ; Beer Pumps ;
Soda Fount Heads, and Garden Engines. For sale
by B.F. CHEW,
GENT’S FINE BOOTS.
JUST RECEIVED—Roger’s, Eenkert’s. Miles
and Brook’s fine DRESS BOOTS.
Stiched bottom and other fine Water Prnoi
Patent Leather DRESS BOOTS, of the latest
(Jan 29) ALDRICH & ROYAL.
BRUSHES, brushes—Whitewash, Scrub
bing, and Scouring Brushes. Also, Dusting,
Sweeping, Mat and Shoe Brushes, of all sizes, for
sale cheap fly WM. HAINES,
june 11 Druggist, Augusta.
FOR cleansing, Beautifying, and Preserving the
Teeth and Gums, is one of the best TOOTH
POWDERS in use, and too well known to require
puffing—for sale in Augusta by
HAVILAND, RISLEY & CO.,
may 3 3m Agents, Augusta.
WANTED.—In any quantity, for
which the higaest cash price will be paid by
may 19 C. A. WILLIAMS.
T3RESTON and MERRILL’S Yeast Powders,
\jr for sale by PHILIP A. MOISE,
l uno 2 4 Druggist,
T>°°KS, books, books. —The Evening Book,
' L ii° r £ irosid ® Talk : bv Mrs. Kirkland,
comb lOUDg Lady ’ 8 Guide: b y Han ’ e y New
• and the New or Changes of thirty yeara
m the Ea t: by William Goodell.
Our Village; sketches of rural character and
scenery by Mary Russell Mitford.
American Game in its seasons: by Henry "Wil
liam Herbert, author of “Fiank Forester's Field
Sports,” Ac., Ac.
Elements of Mechanism : by T. Baker, C. E.
The History of the Devil; containing a descrip
tion ol the Devil’s Dwelling, called Hell : by Defoe.
Sam Slick s Wise Saws and Modern Instances
or What ho Said, Did, or Invented.
Cyrilla; a Tale: by the author of “The Ini
Spiritual Vampirism : by C. W. Webber.
W T ild Jack, or the Stolen Child; a sketch from
life: by Earoline Lee Hentz.
The New Orleans Sketch Book : by Stahl.
German Lyricks : by Charles T. Brooks.
Just received and for sale by
JOS. A. CARRIE A CO.
junelo Booksellers A Stationers.
THE HISTORY of the Restoration of Mon
archy in France: by A.De Lamartine,vol.iv.,
au th°r of “The History of the Girondists.”
No- ’ Dickens “ Bleak House.”
_ Ik® Dancing Feather, or Pirate Schooner: by
J- H. Ingraham, Esq.
°k> or the Secret Brotherhood: by
Paul Clifford, or Hurrah for the Road.
Mmme Samsom or the Outlaw’s Loauge: by
Chas. Red Swan, Esq.
Harry Ashton, or the Will and the Way : by the
author of Mmme Grey,” “ Gus Howard, or How
to Win a wife, Ac-, Ac.
Just received and for sale by
JOS. A. CARRJE A CO.,
J une $ Booksellers and Stationers.
MORE NEW B OKS—Harry Coverdale’s
Courtship, and What Came of it: by the au
thor of “Frank Fairlegh,” etc., etc.
Lady Leighton, er the Bolle of the Manor - bv
I'h® Soldier s Wife, or Scenes in Canteon 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
Hazel. Jkf J
Just received and for sale by
J UDe 18 JOS. A. CARRIE A CO.
TVTEW NOVELS— Lafitte, the Pirate of the
J-1 Gull: by J. H. Ingraham, author of Capt.
Kyd, Ac. r
A man in search of a Wife, or the Adventures of
a Bachelor in New York : by Walter Seaton.
Jack and his Bride, or tho Highwayman’s Flight,
being 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! at.
. GEO. A. OATES & BROS,
june 11 __ Book Store.
■jVTEW WORKS—Cyrilla, a Tale, by the author
-h N or Initials. “ Mary also have perished, have
erred, and sinned for women.”—l Exodus 4 ch.
2ii 'veiso. Ihree volumes of the English edition in
Also, No. 4 of Memoirs, Journals and Corres
pondence of Thomas Moore.
Just published and for sale at
GEO. A. OATES A BROS.,
■i uno d Broad stroot.
IYTEW Works —Echoes of a Bello, or, a'Voice
-L y from tho Past: by Bon. Shadow.
_ ir Tb ® New Rome, or the Inside States of'the
World: by Theo. Paesche and Chas. Goepp.
Silver and Pewter, or the contrast of New Yo T k
, Ihe Emprecs of the Isles, or tho Lako Bravo, has
just been received at
GEO. A. OATES A BROS.
may 27 Piano, Book A Music Store, Bioad-st
NEW MUSIC. — Tho following Music has been
received at GEO. A. OATES A BROS’. Piano
Book and Music Depot, besides a largo quantity
of standard popular pieces, viz: Long Ella Kee, a
new Ethiopian melody ; Look on tho Bright Side •
Yes, ’tis true thy Kat.y 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 tho early Morn; Annie’ Lowe • I
think of thee at early Morn; We miss thee at
Home; Sho was false as she was Fair; Mav morn
ing Duett, by W. Y. Wallace; The Adieu
Polkas.—Golden Light; Grace Greenwood; Bot
sie; Orion; LaCoquetine; Southern Nightingale ■
Mysterious Rapping; Rienzi March; Passiflora
Waltz ; La Delcessa do.: Repertorie De I'Opera
pour les Jennes Pcanistea, by the Oesten, viz-
Violka. Von Meyerher; Maria Padilla, Donizetti;
Siege de la Rochelle, Balfo; Mousquetaires, Von
Holevy ; Eloya Des Larmes, ij. Schubert; Varia
tions Sue un 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, Modem Accomplishments, Ac.
Wild Jack, or the Stolen Child: by Mrs. Hentz.
Passion and Principle; a Domestic Novel • bv
Mrs. Grey. * J
The Soldier’s Wife, or Scenes in Canteen and on
the Battle Field: by Reynolds.
Harry Ashton, or the Will and the Way; the
only complete and unmutilated edition.
Just received and for sail at
GEO. A. OATES A BRO’S.
Piano, Book and Music Store, Broad-street,
DISCOVERIES Among the Ruini of Ninevah
and Babylon, with Travels in America, Kur
distan and the Desert; being the result of a second
expedition undertaken for tho Trustees of the Brit
ish Museum: by Austen H. Lavard M P- with
Maps, Plans, and Illustrations. ' *’
Memorials of the English Martyrs : by the Rev
C. B. Tayler, M. A., Rector of Otley, Suffolk
F ° r sale by THOS. RICHARDS A SON.
# Book Binders, Blank Book Manufacturers &c.
The annals of Tennessee to the end of
the eighteenth century , comprising Us settle
ment as the Watauga Association ftom 1769 to 1777;
part ofNorth Carolina from 1777 to 1784; tho state
of Franklin from 1784 to 1788; apart ofNorth
Carolina from 1788 to 1790 ; the Territory of the
United States South of tho Ohio from 1790 to
1796; the state of Tennessee from 1796 to 1800
by J. G. M. Ramsey A. M., M. D.
Mythology, related to children, translated from
the French of M. Lame F. Darv, author of several
elementary Works, with questions for examination
by the translator.
Views of the Holy Trinity; Doctrinal and Exper
imental. For sale or inspection by
THOS. RICHARD A SON.,
june 29 Booksellers, Stationaries, Ac.
"t* **“ SLICK.— V'he New Orleans
Sketch Book, by Stahl, author of The Portfo
lio of a Southern Medical Student, and Editor of
the New Orleans Delta. Sam Slick’s Wise Safts
and Modern Instances; or what he Said, Did, or
Invented, and Anecdotes for the Steamboat and
i jrr° a< *’ Selected from tho best authors, by an
old Traveler. For sale by
june 12 THOS. RICHARDS A SON.
N l !'' BOOKS, KOVELS, &c.—Trantwine on
Spirit Rapping; unveiled with pictures to match:
by Rev. H. Mattison, A. Id.
Cyrilla: a tale by the author of “ The Initials.”
Anti-fanaticism : a tale of the South: by Miss
Martha Haines Butt, inscribed to Mrs. Hentz.
Parts 4 and 5 Memoirs of Thomas Moore
First and True Love : by George Rand
Xenaphon’s Memorabilia; by R. D. C. Robbins,
Latin Book ; by Albert Harkness, A M.
Lad\ Leighton, or the Belle of the Manor: by
Mrs. Gore. J
Harry Coverdale’s Courtship, and What Came of
it: by author of Frank Fairleigh.
Minnie Lawson, or the Outlaw’s League: by
Charles R. Swan, Esq.
Paul Clifford, or Hurrah for the Road.
The White Wolf, or the Secret Brotherhood: by
Evelecn Wilson, or the Trials of an Orphan Girl.
Harry Ashton, or the Will and the Way: by tho
author of the “ Minnie Grey,” Ac.
SylviaSeabury, 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. juno 19
NEW FLOUR. —50 bbls., fresh ground, in quar
ter and half sacks. For sale by
GEORGE W. LEWIS,
June 18 No. 1, Warren Block.