He Satlp (£mMutimdist aii^leraliHe
BY JAMBS GARDNER.
NEW CASH STORE.
rpHE subscriber would respectfully inform the
X of (Georgia and South Carolina,
t hat he is now in receipt of his supply of Fall and
Winter DRY GOODS, all of which have been pur
chased for Cash, in the various Northern Markets;
and as regards the prices at which they will be
sold, it is unnecessary to say a word, as the reputa
tion of GREEN’S Store, for being the cheapest in
Augusta, is now firmly established.
—ALWAYS ON HAND —
Bleached and Brown SHEETINGS and SHIRT
INGS, of various manufactories;
French, English and American CALICOES, from
f>s to 25 cents.
GINGHAMS; MOUSLIN DeLAINES;
CASHMERES; MERINOES; ALPACAS;
BOMBAZINES: CANTON CLOTHS;
Plain and Plaid White Cambric Jaconet, Nain
sook and Mull MUSLIN;
Plain, Plaid and Dotted Swiss MUSLINS ;
LACES; EMBROIDERIES ; EDGINGS;
Cambric and Muslin TRIMMINGS ;
HOSIERY, of all kinds, Ac. Ac.
Particular attenti >n paid to all kinds of Negro
GOODS and BLANKETS, such as white and
brown KERSEYS and PLAINS; heavy brown
SHIRTINGS, at 61c.; London Duffil and Macinau
BLANKETS ; colored do.: SATTINETS; KEN
TUCKY JEANS, Ac., all of which will be sold for
cash, as low as in any Southern market.
Brood Street, Augusta, Ga.
Next door below Bones A Browns Hardware
THE Copartnership heretofore existing between
the subscribers, under the firm of PLATT &
BROTHER in Lexington and Augusta, is this day
dissolved by mutual consent.
Geo. F. Piatt alone wi:l use the name olthe firm
in liquidation of the concern in Lexington, and
Platt & Gilham ol the concern in Augusta.
GEO. F. PLATT.
Lexington, July 1, 1854. jy 13
AUGUSTA & WAYNESBORO RAILROAD.
UNTIL further notice, trains will leave Augusta
at 7J, a. in., and 8, p. m.; returning, will
leave Millen at 21, p. in and 11J, p. m., connect
ing with the day and night Passenger Trains on
the Central Railroad, which leave Savannah at 8,
a. in. and 7, p. m , nd leave Macon at 7£,a. m„
and 4 J, p. in.
Passengers for Milledgeville, Eatonton, Ogle
thorpe, or Columbus, should take the night Train,
to avoid detention.
Froight will he carrie i by the Day Train, mak
ing it an Accommodation Train, except on Sun
days, when it will run as a Passenger Train, exclu
sively, leaving Augusta at 9 am, and Millen at
2} p. in , arriving at Augusta at 51 p. m.
je22 ts M M. M. WADLEY, Gen. Sup't
M OLA*si:s NOTICE —4O his prime New Or
leans Molasses, on consignment and for sale
by • octlO M. W. WOODRUFF.
r '.'OTlCK.—Just receive! on consignment and
IN for sale by the subscriber.
50 bags extra family Flour, from best White
25 bushels Corn Meal, from new Corn.
5 hhds Porto Rico Sugar.
15 hhds Tennessee Bacon, Shoulders and
Sides, of the host quality.
M W, WOODRUFF.
octl4 Forwarding AGen’lCom. Merchant.
NOTH li —On and afterthis date the undersign
ed may be found at his store, Mclntosh street,
next door South of Messrs. Bustin &■ Walker, every
day, from half past 10 o'clock, until one o’clock and
will be pleased to serve hi? friends to the best of
his ability. M W. WOODRUFF.
octs Forwarding and Gen’l. Com’sn Mer cbt.
Not ICE.— Received on consignment and for
sale by M W. WOODRUFF, 5000 lbs. very
fine Tennessee Bacon Sides, clear and Ribbed.
HATS, CAPS AND BONNETS,
Will. S. X ICHOLS. Successor to J‘ Taylor, Jr.,
& Co , opposite the Bank of Augusta, has
the pleasure of announcing to Merchants visiting
Augusta, that his stock of EATS, CAPS and
BON NETS, for the Fall Trade, is now complete.
And all those desiring Hoods in his line, are in
vited to cali and examine them, as they will he
sold at prices that cannot fail to please.
ALL PERSONS are hereby forwarned not to
trade for either of Four Notes, given by us,
dated, Augusta, March 27th, 1854, payable at 3,9,
12 and fitte n months after date, with interest, to
Darius Whitkea l A Co., or bearer, for ten hun
dred dollars each, as the consideration for which
sard Notes were given is interfered with by counter
acts of said Whitheod A Co., in giving a deed to
the same rights to other parties , and unless said
parties desist, or we are made safe from interfer
ence, the consideration for which said Notes were
given has failed in part, if not altogether, and we
will not pay said Notes, unless compelled bylaw-
HENRY J. OSBORNE.
FREDRICK A. WHITLOCK.
By H. J- Osborne, Partner.
THE copartnership hitherto existing under the
name of Coffiv A Leai.s is this day uisolved
by mutual consent, all persons having claims will
please present them ami those indebted will make
payment to either of the undersigned.
JOSEPH A BEALS.
JOHN (J. COFFIN.
Augusta, Sept. 16th, 1854.
FREE TRADE AND NO MONOPOLY.
Who satfs Gat—or Lead Pipes ?
JROWE it t'O., Plumbers and Gas Fitters, at
• the corner of Jackson and Telfair streets, im
mediately in the rear of the Baptist Church, would
like to know.
We take pleasure in stating that we are now
prepared to run Gas and Water Pipes into Stores.
Dwellings, Churches, Factories, Public Buildings,
Ac., at as iow a rate, of as good material and work
manship as can be obtained and done in any South
In addition to this, we will keep a constant sup
ply and procure at the shortest notice the following
articles, viz: Chandeliers; Pendants; Brackets;
llall Humors; Stiff and Flexible Drop Lights;
Gas Pipes of all sizes; Lead and Block Tin
Pipes; Water Closets; Wash Basins, of various
patterns; Wood Bathing Tubs, lined with copper
or lead ; Copper and Brass Shower Baths ; Cook
ing Ranges with or without water backs ; Copper
and galvanized Circulating Boilers; Cast Iron
Sinks for Kitchens or Pantries, of all sizes anff pat
terns; Brass andiron Lift and Force Pumps, of
various patterns and sizes
All orders left at the shop or with the Superin
tendent of the Gas Works, will be personally and
punctually attended to.
John Rowe. [septsly] G.S. Hookey.
THE AUGUSTA MACHINE WORKS
\ KK now prepared to do the following kinds of
work with neatness and despatch:
Steam Engines and Boilers, of any style or fin- |
ish; also, Bank Vaults; Iron Fronts; Sills and |
Lintels, for buildings.
Railroad Cars, of all kinds and descriptions,
made in the most substantial and beautiful man
ner ; Wheels for same warranted for one year.
Iron Railings, of various styles for Balconies or
Gold Mine Castings, of all descriptions, made to
Blacksmith Work done in the best manner.
Mill Work—all kinds of Mill and Gin-gearing.
Shafting, Pullers, Water Wheels, Ac., on hand.
Brass Castings will also have our attention.
PLANING AND SAWING LUMBER.
Flooring—Planed, Tqngued and Grooved, at $5
per 1000 feet superficial;
Ceiling—Planed, Tongued and Grooved, at $5
per 1000 feet superficial,
Weather Boarding—Planed and Jointed $4 per
1000 feet superficial;
Planing—both sides, $3 per 1000 supcrfic'al feet.
Use of Circular Saw and one man will be 75 cts.
per hour. Heavy SawiDg requiring two men, will
be $1 per hour.
All orders must be left in the office, tiot in the.
shop. Cash will be required in all cases, unless
otherwise agreed upon with
W. M. EIGHT,
sept 17 d&oly General Superintendent.
FIFTY HMDS BACON SIDES, in store and to
arrive- For sale low, for cash bv
oets DAVIS, KOLB A FANNING.
RICH DRV GOODS.
• “Cheaper than the very Cheapest. ’
GRAY BROTHER'S— Beg to inform the public,
that their Fall purchases this season have been
unusually large, having been in the Northern
markets over three months this Summer, where so
many large auctien sales took place, offering de
cided advantage to close purchases. We can con
fidently say that our stock is much cheaper than
the like quality of Good 3 could be obtained a few
weeks later, when the great body of Merchants
went to market, our desire, owing to the very short
Sea3onthat we will now necessarily have, is to dis
pose of this largo stock independent of profits, and
we may venture to say that we can offer as strong
inducements as any of our neighbors, if not stronger.
_ In our Dress Goods Room, will be found the
richest varieties of the Season, such as—
Elegant Moriantigue Silks;
Rich Satin, Striped do. •
Very Elegant Black Plaid do
Small Stripe Plaids and figured.
Rich Brocade Plain Striped and Plaid, 50 cents
per yard, worth 75 cents;
Plain Black Silks all widths, very cheap;
Black Plaid Watered and Brocade, new styles;
White-Silks and Satins;
Figured, all Wool, French muslin Delaine, 12$ <Jt3.
French Merinos, very cheap;
Lupins best Bombazine exceedingly low;
Black Jamiese, a new and vory desirable, all
Wool Goods, for mourning;
Black Alapacas all qualities, some very fine and
Mantillas, Cloaks aDd Talmas of the very- latest
French styles, exceedingly cheap;
Crape, Cashmere and Woollen Shawls;
Embroideries of all kinds of the most elegant
Ribbons for the Million, fine bonnet and neck, 6$
cents a yard, worth 20 cents.
Calicoes and Ginghams, best styles cheap,
Domestic Goods • f ell kinds;
Blankets and Kersey’s unusually low, and a great
variety of other articles to which we would res
pectfully invite the attention of the public.
nov2 GRAY BROTHER’S.
NEW FALL AND WINTER GOODS’
WARD Ac BtJRI'HARU are now receiving
their Fall and Winter supplies of new and
fashionable goods, among which will be found
many novelties in dress goods, as well as a general
assortment of household articles.
They ask attention to the fojlowiug:
Paris Sacque and Opera Flannels, new shade.
American Sacque Flamnols, Plain and Figued-
Lupins superior Merinos, all colors.
Lupins Mus.de Lains, Plain Figured, and Plaids.
Lupins Black and Col’d Challies, and Aipaccas.
Lupins Black de Lairs and Bombazines.
Rich Color’d Silks ; n Brocade, Plaids and Stripes.
Superior Black Taffeta and Italian Silks.
6 4 S lk Poplins high Colors, Scotch Plaids.
American de Lains and Cashmeres, all the new
design, in Plaids, Stripes and Agues.
Beautiful French and English Prints,
Highland and Rogal Plaid Ginghams,
French Cashmere do’Ecosge.
Scotch Wool and Silk Checks for Miss.
Saxony Welsh Silk Warp and American Flannels
Embroideries, White Crape, Wool Plaid.
Black Silk, Merino and Cashmere Shalls.
Besides a large stock of House Wife and servants
goods. They respectfully ask those making their
winter purchases to examine their goods. Orders
promptly and faithfully executed. oct!s
DRY GOODS FOR THE MILLION.
COS«KOVE Ar BRENNAN have now the
pleasure to inform their friends and the pub
lic, that they have received large additions to their
stock of fancy and staple Dry Goods. Their stock
comprises almost every article in their line. C. &
B have beVi unavoidably late in getting their
Spring and Suuwner supply, but they think that
their customers will be the gainers, as they have
bought their supplies 25 to 50 per cer.f. loss than
early purchasers. C. & B.’s business being almost
exclusively a cash business, and having no long
credits or bad debts to cover, will sell at prices that
will not fail to give satisfaction to all.
The following are a few of the articles to which
they would invite attention—
SILKS. —Brocade and Glace Silks; black Gro
de Rhine do.; Changeable and solid colors do.;
small checks and striped do.; fancy plaid do.; Lin
ings, all shades and colors.
DRESS GOODS.—Plaid, plain and figured Ba
rege? and Tissues; Chints patterns, late style;
Grenadines, Sewing Silks, Ac ; fine French Jaco
nets. Lawns and Organdies.
MANTILLAS. —Embroidered and plain Man
tillas, every color; Lace and Lisle do.; black.
EMBROIDERIES. —Lace and Muslin Chemi
setts and Collars; Undersleevesand worked Bands;
Hemstitched, Corded. Bordered and Embroidered
Linen Cambric Handkerchiefs; Swiss and Jaconet
Inserting* and Edgings. . .
HOSlEßY.—Ladies’ black, white and colored
Hose; Misses’ black, white and slate do.; Ladies’
open-worked do.; Boy’s Half Hose, every color;
Gent w.nte, brown and mixed do.; striped and
fancy do.; Kid Gloves ; PicNioMits. Also, Para
sols and Fans; Barege-, tor veils, every colors;
black Silk Velvets, for trimming ; Skirts, every
style; Pantaloons, Goods and Vestings; House
keeping and Plantation Goods.
MOURNING GOODS.—Black Bombazines and
Alpacas; Bareges, Tissues, and Grenadines; Se
cond Mourning Goods, in every sfylo. may 9
WHOLESALE DRUG NOTICE.
THE Undersigned have associated with them
Mr. WM. E. DuBOSE in their business from
thisdate. The name of our firm will remain the
All orders promptly executed.
W B LA Wells \ CLARK & WELLS,
Wm. E. Dußose. j.S ucce3Bors t 0 W. K. Kitchen.
Augusta, October 17th, 1853.
HAVING entered into the DRUG BUSINESS
with Messrs. CLARK A WELLS, I avail
myself of this opportunity to inform my friends and
acquaintances, that I shall be happy to see them
at our store, opposite the Planters’ Hotel, Augus
ta, Ga, where we shall keep constantly on hand, a
large and well selected stock of of DRUGS, ME
DICINES, PAINTS, OILS, PERFUMERY,FAN
CY ,ARTICLES, Ac., Ac., which we will sell as
low as any other house south of Now York,
ebl! WM. E. DuBOSE.
COLUMBIA INSURANCE CO., SO. CA
THIS COUP AXV CONTINUES TO insure
on the most favorable terms, Houses. Furniture
Ac., and Marine risks, on application to
J. H. ANDERSON, Ag’t- Mclntosh-st
FAIRBANKS’ PLATFORM SCALES,
LONG KNOWN —severely test-
THE ACKNOWLEDGED /f »
General Southern Agents,
Spear, Weston A Co., |)
141 Pratt Street, Baltimore.
oct7 Agent, Augusta, JOHN NELSON.
COTTON AND TOBACCO FACTOR,
forwarding and commission merchant,
And Agent for the St. Louis, Memphis and New
Orleans Packets , Nashville, Tenn.
D. Weaver, Esq., Cashier Planters’ Bank, Tenn.;
Wesley Wheless, Esq, Cashier Bank of Nashville;
George W. Lew s, Esq , Augusta, Ga.
SUGAR, COFFEE Art'—
120 bbls ABAC Sugars.
300 Bags Rio Coffee,
40 do Java do
50 bales Gunny Bagging, old importion.
200 coils Rope.
100 bbls Pikes Magnolia Whisky, to arrive.
75 boxes Adm Candles.
20 de Sperm For sale by
BELCHER A HOLLINGSWORTH.
GI RAXITE MILLS FLOUR—Fmh Ground
T and just received frern the Mills this day
For Sale by GEORGE W LEWIS.
pov6 No. 1 Warren Block.
SALT OF LEMONS. rs?
rillIIS SALT is infinitely preferable to any other
A preparation for immediately takinglronMoulds
ink spots, red white, and stains of any kind, out of
laee, muslin, lawn, cambric, and linnen, without
trouble, and winhout doing the least injury to
It also whitens them to admiration, if they are
grown yellow, so as to render them as beautiful as
when quite new. Price 25 cts, per vial, and for
sale by WM. HAINES, Druggist,
Nov 4 - Augusta.
AUGUSTA, GA., TUESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 14, 1854.
NEW BOOKS. —The Monty-Maker and other
Tales, By Jane C. Campbell
Look, then, nto thy heart and write.
Yes, unto Life’s deeD stream— Longfellow.
The Floral Offering: A Token of Affection and
Esteem, containing the Language of Flowers, with
colored illustrations, from Original Drawings. By
The Lives of Mrs- Ann Judson and Mrs. Sarah
B. Judson, with a Biographical Sketch of Mrs.
Emily C. Judson, missionaries to Burmah. In
throo parts. By Arabella W. Stuart. (Mrs. Ara
be la M. Wilson )
Lewie ;or the Bended Twig. By Cousin Cicely,
author of the “Silver Lake Stories,” Ac.
The Poetical Works of Alexander Pope. Edited
by the Rev. II F. Cary, M. A. A new Edition,
carefully revised. To which is prefixed a Biographi
cal Notice. With illustrations by John Gilbert.
Political Works of Dryden, with illustrations by
The Fario Queen; Disposed into Twelve Books;
fashioning XII Moral Virtues, by Edmund Spen
ser, to which is added his Epithalamion, a new
edition, with a glossary, illustrated by Edward Cor
Advance Course of Composition and Rhetoric,
A Series of Practical Lessons on the Origin, His
tory and peculiarities of the English Language,
Punctuation, Taste, the Pleasures of the imagina
tion, Figures, Style and its essential proprieties,
criticism and the various departments of Prose and
Poetical composition, illustrated with copious ex
ercises, adapted to self-instruction, and the use of
schools and colleges; By G. P. Quackenbos, A. M.,
Associate Principal of “The Collegiate School”
.New York. For sale at
GEO. A. OATES A BRO’S.
novl2 Booksellers; Broad st.
NEW HOOKS. —Swell Life at Sea, or Fun, Fri
gates and Yachting, a collection of Nautical
Yarns, from the Log Book of a Youngster of the
Na-Motre, or Reef R,ovings in the South Sea, a
narrative ot adventures in the Hawaiian, Georgia
and Society Islands, by Edw’d. F. Perkins;
The Cabin Boy s Story, asemi-naut cal Romance,
founded on fact, by the author of Pirate Doctor
Lawyer’s Story, etc.;
Russia and England, therr Strength and Weak
ness, by John Paynell Morell ;
Herman and Dorothea, from German of Goethe,
by Conrad Porter;
The California and Oregon Trail, by Francis
Fashion and Famine, by Mrs. Ann S. Stephens;
Emanuel and Philibert, by Alex. Dumas ;
Sunshine on Daily Paths, or tbe Revelation of
Beauty and Wonder in common things, from
Household Words, by Chas. Dickens;
The Scout, or Black Riders of the Congarce, by
W T m. Gilmore Sims, Redfield s edition;
Woodcraft, or Hawks about the Dovecote, by
W. Gilmore Sims, Redfield’s edition ;
Ministering Children, a Tale dedicated to Child
hood, by the author of Sunday Afternoon in the
Nursery. The Light of Life—
“ Even a child is known by his doings, whether
his work be pure, and whether it he right”—
Prov. xx: 11;
Faggot of French Sticks, or Pai is ip 1851, by
Sir Francis Head;
Our Folks at Homo, or Life in the Old Manor
House, by Edw. Toliver;
Party Leaders, or Sketches of Thos. Jefferson,
Alex. Hamilton, Andrew Jackson, Henry Clay,
John Randolph, of Roanoke, etc., by Joseph G.
Baldwin, author of Hush Times in Alabama and
Life’s Lessons, a Talo ;
History of Cuba, or Notes of a Traveller in the
Tropics, by M. M. Ballou ;
Lives of Queens of England, before the Norman
Conquest, by Mrs. Mathew Hall;
Sister Agnes, or the Captivo Men, a picture of
Convent Life, by a Clo-gyman’s Widow, author of
the Orphan’s Friend, etc ;
Nanette and Her Lovers, a Tale of Normandy,
by Talbot Gynne ; 9 -
Persons and Pictures, from Histories of France
and England, from Norman Conquest to the Fall
of the Stuarts, by Henry Win. Herbert; .
Magdalen Hepburn, a story of the Scottish Re
formation, by the author of Passages in the life of
Mrs- Margaret Maitland, etc ;
Behind the Scenes, by Lady Bulwer;
Purple Tints of Paris, by B*ayhe St. John.
Just received and for sale by
novll McKINNE A HALL.
NEW BOOKS. —Koeppen’s History oftheMiddei
Agos The Virginia Comedians, or Old Days in
the Old Dominion. Memoirs of Napoleon* his
Court, and Family, by the Dutchess d’Abrantes.
The Meaning of 'Words; by A. B. Johnson. Hand-
Book of Anglo-Saxon Derivation. Hand Book of
engrafted words ot the English Language. Hand-
Book of Anglo-Saxon Root Words Thiers’French
Revolution, 4 vols., new edition, illustrated. Quack
enbuss’ Course of Compos,tion and Rhetoric. Oil-
Bias’splendid illusteated edition. English Cyclo
paedia ot Natural History. Also of Geography.
Wensiey, a Story without a Moral. Walden, or
Life in the Woods, by 11. D. Thorean. Vinet’s
Pastoral Theology. Vinet’s Homiletics Ten Nights
in a Bar-Room. Masonary and Anti-Masonry, by
Alfred Creigh. Ministering Children. Magdalen
Hepburn—a story of the Scottish Reformation.
Atherton, by Mary Russel Milford. The English
Envoy and the Court ofNiholas I ; by Julia Cor
ner. Leters of Lucy Russell. Periscopics; by W.
Elder. Bertha and Lilv ; by Elizabeth 0. Smith.
The American Cottage Builoer; by John Bullock.
Koltiker’s Microscopical Anotomy. For Sale by
Novs TMOS. RICHARDS & SON.
CANARY BIRD SEED,
MIXED AX’D PLAIN, just received and for
sale by WM. HAINES,
oct4 Druggist, Augusta.
4 SUPPLY OF THIS ARTICLE, fresh every
xV day—for sale by WM. HAINES,
octf Druggist, Augusta.
SLOAN & CALWELL,
Importers and Wholesale Dealers in
BRANDIES, WINES, GIN, SEGARS, &c.
Nos. 17 and Cheapside, Baltimore.
Chas. A. Dennis. ly jyl2
AT HOME AGAIN.
rjn HE highest cash prices will be paid for NE
GROES by the subscriber. Apply at the
Globe Hotel, or at J. P. Fleming’s Stable, on Elli
treot. feb9 JOHN A. CHRISTIAN.
MORE HATS, GENTLEMEN^
JUST RECEIVED, Beebe A Co.’s Fall stylo
fashionable Moloskin HATS. Also, sevoral
cases of our own manufacture. They are handsome,
and no mistake. Call and see them at
G. W. FERRY’S
Fashionable Hat Store, Masonic Hall Building,
Augusta, Ga. au^l2
SILKS AND EMBROIDERIES received
this day, by Express— *
12 pieces Black Silk;
12 do. Ced'd Brocade Silk ;
5 dozen Jaconet Collars, very rich;
10 do. do. Bands, low price;
5 do. do. and Swiss Sleeves, very fine;
5 do. Chimazetts, extra rich ; together with
other now goods, which will be sold cheap.
scpt3 GRAY BROTHERS.
BACON, BACON. —Just received, and for sale
by GEORGE W. LEWIS,
octs No. 1, Warren Bloak.
COFFINS AND UNDERTAKING.
THE UNDERSIGNED having connected the
Coffin and Undertaking business with his es
tablishment, calls the attention of the public to his
arrangements soy supplying all orders in that line.
The strictest attention will be paid, and all orders
executed with promptness.
On Sundays, or night 3, by leaving orders at Mr
J. B. Platt’s residence, in the roar of the Store
they will be punctually attended to.
apr3o ts C. A. PLATT.
JUST received, at P. and M. GALLAHER’S,
Irish Linens, all qualities and prices; Pillow
case Linens; Farmer’s Drills; Check Coatings,
Blay Linens, and Brown Hollands; Russia Dia
pers; Brown and Bleached Damask ; English, Ger
man and American Cloths. mar 23
W”E invito the attention of Merchants and
Dealers to our Fall and Winter stock cf
Clothing, which we will sell as cheap as in North
ern Markets (except the freight.) Our stock em
braces all the newest and most fashionable styles.
septl.3 WM. O. PRICE A CO
1 /\/ \ DO/.. French Calf Skins, now arriving,
L v/V/ of favorite brands and assorted weights,
warranted fresh. For sale at the Saddlery Ware
house of SHERMAN, JESSUP A CO.,
Late Wright, Nichols A Co.,
No. 239 Broad-st., second door above the Bank
of Augusta, dAf3m sept?
NE W D IfY GOODS HOUSE.
OPENING MONDAY, 6TH NOV.
T to E lhr?ricrop‘aOOD(^l!.ff Ully . i ° f ' i l th, - , “ tte “ tio, '' >f lllcLl * dira » f Aagmta and vicinity
Leading GJJD, no* offered for 4hotr inspection, of which the following are some of the
BLACK AND COLORED SILKS.
In Brocade, Gros d’Rhine, Grosd’ Afrique.
Satin Duchine, Plain Chameleon.
Very Rich Satin Plaids and Brocage in great varie
Maicelines Florence and Taffejk Silks, Black,
White and Colored Satins. 1
Lupins, Cashmers, Merinos DaLaines,
beautiful assortment of colajßFAmeri can and
French Figured and PlaidjffieLaines, Plaid
Aipaccas, Plaid Poplins,PlanHaw Silks, Woel
Chemizetts, Habits Puff and MaaArin Sleeves.
Cambric and Muslin Collars of rfjpr and elegant
Cambric, Muslin, and Mull Bands and Flouncing
in great variety.
Embroidered, Plain and Tape bordered Linen C.
Cambric and Muslin Trimmings.
Real Thread, Maltese, Gimpeur;, Mecklin, and
Valenciene Laces, some beautiful patterns for
Linen and Lisle Edgings, Imitation.
Mecklin and Valonciene and other styles, compris
ing the largest Assortment ever offered in Au
CLOAKS, MANILLAS AND TALMAS of the latest style, Ladies Cloths for Cloaks, beautiful
.fehades; Long and Sqr. 1 laid Shawls, Plain and Embroiderded Canton Crape Shawls; Cloak and Dress
irimmings, Bonnet Ribbons, Satin and Taffeta do, and a full assortment of Haberdashery.
The attention of Planters and others is called to the large Stock of Plantation Goods and Blankets,
always on hand such as Georgia Plains and Kerseys, Kentucky Jeans, Satinets, Osnaburgs, Linsoys,
London Duffil Macmaw and Colored Blankets, all prices, which will be sold very low. Terms cash,
e J- K. BANCROFT.
novo Three doors above Mclntosh-st, next to Bank of Augusta.
«.;• r * -aw rmi Be m m ,
mmm raiMn ©wow© *
HATS, CAPS, TRUNKS, CARPET BAGS, &c , &c. ”
BOYS’ AND CHILDREN’S CLOTHING,
SHIRTS, COLLARS, DRAWERS, CRAVATS, GLOVES, STOCKS, &c., &c., &c.
Which will be sold on reasonable terms.
NO. 197 BROAD STREET, UNDER THE AUGUSTA HOTEL, AUGUSTA, GA.
J. J. CLAYTON. [mayl9l A. P. BIGNON.
J. A. VAN WINKLE,
Next door to Georgia Railroad Bank, and one door below the U. States Hotel, Augusta, Ga.
HAS ALWAYS ON HAND A CHOICE SELECTION OF
V estings ; Linens;
Drap d’Etes, Ac.,
Which will be made
to order in tho verjj
best style, and
as good as can be
obtained in any establishment
All Goods sold at the above Istablishment are of the best qualities, and will be sold cheap.
aprlß J. A. VAN WINKLE.
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FANCY PERFUMERY ARTICLRS.
C'OR THE TOILET—Toilet Water; Double
x and Single Cologne; French, German and
American Amber Lavender: Bell Lavender, Ac.
For the Skin. —Magnolia Toilet; Cold
Lip Balm ; A mundane and Toilet Powdor.
For the Hair. —Amber Lustral; Bay Leaf
Water: Philocome Beef Marrow; Bears’ Oil;
Rose Hair Oil; a large assortment of the most ap
proved Hair Dyes; Hair Depilitory, Hair Restor
For the Hands. —Forty different varieties of
select Toilet and Familv Washing Soaps.
For the Teeth —?earl Tooth Powder; Den
tal Soaps; Rose, Chinese and Charcoal Tooth
Paste; Strawberry Tooth Wash; English and
French Toeth Brushes, Ac.
Extracts for the Handkerchief. —The Up
per Ten; West End; Poppinack; and thirty other
celebrated varieties, French and American.
All of which are offered for sale at the lowest
cash prices, by WM. HAINBS,
Druggist and Apothecary. City Drug Store.
JA IK SON STREET HOSPITAL,
AND SURGICAL INFIRMARY FOR NEGROES
*TIHE UNDERSIGNED have deemed it advis-
JL able to add the term ‘•Hospital” to their Sur
gical Infirmary, for though tho institution is intend
ed principally for cases requiring Surgical Opera
tions and Surgical Treatment, its accommodation
is not entirely restricted to these; —we receive cases
of any nature occurring in tho Negro, provided
they are not of an infections character.
H F. CAMPBELL, M. D.
ROBERT CAMPBELL M. D.
jy26 ts Attending Physician.
DUTCH BOLTING CLOTHS.
WILLIAM SHEAR has received, from New
York, No. 0,1, 2,3, 4,5, 6,7, 8, 9 and 10,
Dutch Bolting Cloths of the best quality, to
which he respectfully invites the attention of the
publio . • jel7
OATS FOR SALE.
A FEW hundred bushels. A parcel from the
same was sown to prove the quality, and they
areup finely. Also, CORN. HOMINY and MEAL
PEA MEAL and Crushed CORN, for Milch Cows,
tobe found at the Store below the Eagle A Phoenix
Hotel. dec 13-ts JAMES L. COLEMAN.
WM. K KITC’HEIV isassociated with us as a
partner in all our concerns from this date.
HAVILAND, lIARRAL A RISLEY,
HAVILAND lIARRAL A CO.,
Charleston, S. C.
HAVILAND RISLEY A CO.,
January 1, 1854. Augusta, Ga.
IIAVIL AND, RISLE Y «TCO., are my duly au
thorized Agents to transact any business in which
I am interested during my absence trom the State.
My notes and accounts will Ik kmnd at their store.
Augusta, Feb. 12,1854. ts
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 tho public, and will
be pointed out and explained at any time by the
Insurances are taken on single lives, for one
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, he 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, Qa.
NOTICE— I am reudyUi contract for Brick or
Wood buildings and repairs of all sorts. U
derpinning. Chimneys,Cellar doors, Gates, Fences
Ac. Ac. augl3 JAS. L. COLEMAN.
rpilE subscriber has just opened, at his
X new Store, third door below the Uni
ted States Hotel, a fine lot of Lsdies’ G a it 0 s
Gent’s Congress Boots; and a fine lot of Kid Slip
Also, 100 pair of Morooco Slips and Ties, ,'5-
100 pair of Silk Lasting Gaiters, $1.25;
Children’s. Misses’. Boy’s and Youth’s Shoes, o
all kinds, to be sold cheap for cash.
apr2B HENRY DALY.
BRICK WORK WANTED.”
THE subscriber is prepared to do all kind of
Brick Work at short notice
°ct 26 L. G. BASSFORD. )
Plain and Twil’d, Red, all prices.
Ditto in White, Red and W hite Domestic Welsh,
Englis j and American, all Wool and unshrink
Silk and Wool do , Colored Opera and Salisbury
Flannels, assorted Colors.
Black Bombasins, Merinos, Muslin DeLaines and
Cballeys, all of Lupin’s make and warrant
Real English Bombasine, warranted.
Black Aipaccas, Paramittas, Canton Cloths, Gin
ghams, Prints, Ac.
LINENS AND LINEN GOODS.
Irish Linens of different makes.
Scotch and Irish Table Damask.
Huckerbuck and Diaper Towels.
Damask Table Cloths and Napkins, Crash Dowlas,
HOSIERY AND GLOVES.
Ladies English and German Hosiery.
Misses ditto White, Slate, Brown and mixed, all
Gents and Boys half Hose, Merino Hose and half
Children’s Worst'd and Cotton Fancy Hose, 2 and
and $ do., Elastic Tops.
Ladies Cashmere, Philoselle, Beaver and Kid Glo
ves, Gents Kid Gloves, Children’s Gloves.
comprising, in part,
Dress and Frock Coats;
Blue, Brown, Olive, Green and
Dahlia Frocks and Sacks; Black
«id Fancy Cass. Pants; Black and
ig’d. Drap d’Ete do.; Plain and
fancy linen do.; a large assortment
of Linen, Frock and Sack Coats;
and a large stock of Vests.
NEW GUNS, PISTOLS, &CJ
Broad steel, just above the August Hotel gj
THE subscriber has just received aTarge addi
tion to his former stock of GUNS and GUN
NING APPARATUS, which makes his assort
ment decidedly the best in the city—consisting of:
Double and Single Barreled all sizes and
Colt’s. Allen’s, and ether REVOLVERS; also,
the Single Barreled Self-cocking and RIFLE PIS
TOL, steel barrels.
A great variety of Powder Flasks and Shot
Bags, and Game Bags, of the finest patterns.
Also, Percussion Caps, all varieties, from the
commonG.D. to the finest Westley Richard’s wa
Cleaning Rods, Drinking Flasks, Dog Collars,
Hunting Horns, Nipple Wrenches, Ac. Ac.
Pocket and Pen Knives, Razors, Bowio Knives,
Powder, by keg or in oamsters, all varieties
Shot, by the bag or retail.
RIFLES and Double GUNS, of my own make,
one barrel Rifle and the other Shot, a splendid
N. B.—RIFLES made to order, and all kinds of
RESTOCKING and REPAIRING done in the
best manner, and warranted.
Also, Keys fitted and Door Locks repaired,
short notice. E. H. ROGERS,
FALL AJfJD WINTER READY-MADE
CLOTHING AND HATS.
CLAYTON & BIGNON, under tho Augusta
Hotel, have now in Store, (and are receiving
weekly supplies) a large and splendid stock of
Ready-made CLOTING and HATS, fine and com
mon. Also, Boy’s and Children’s Clothing. Also,
a good lot of Furnishing Goods, to which they
respectfully call the attention of citizens and stran
. N. B. Country Merchants visiting our city, will
find, at our establishment, a large and varied stock
to select from, at low prices. septl3
NEW BOOKS—Hermits Dell, from the diary
of aPenciiler; and Poems and Ballads by
Gerald Massey, containing the bailad of Babe
Christabels, printed from the third London editor,
with several new poems never before published, re
vised and corrected by the author, for sale by
oct!3 THOS. RICHARDS A SON.
Drugs AND MEDICINES —A full and am
ple supply of Drugs, Medicines, Perfumerj',
Paints, Oils, Glass, Ac., Ac. Orders from the coun
try solicited. For sale low for cash by
oct 31 lmc 217 Broad Street.
SASH, BLINDS AND DOORS.
THE subscriber has just received a large supply
of Sash, (glazed,'BlindScand Doors, of the first
quality, made of Northern pine. All orders for
odd sizes filled at-short notice,
may 14 6m J DANFORTH.
AUGUSTA STEAM CABINET MANUFAC
CHARLES A. PLATT respectfully calls the
attention of citizens and others "Siting the
city, to his large and handsome assortment of
Comprising every article usually found in a Cabi
net Warehouse. Being connected with one oT the
largest manufactories at the North together with
my own Steam Manufactory at this place, I can
supply orders equally low as any establishment in
the country, as all articles are received trom first
hands, and warranted of the best quality. Con
nected with the above, I have also on hand a splen
, did assortment of
Viz : English Velvet Tapestry—Cottos;
English Brussels “ Hemp,
Extra Three Ply Venetian.
RUGS and DOOR MATS, a beautiful assortment-
CURTAINS; CORNICES; CURTAIN LOOPS
PINS, Ac. . a ’
Table and Flpor OIL CLOTH, of all patterns and
The above are all purchased at the lowest price
and tho legitimate business ol this establishment
has been so well known for the last fifteen years,
makes further comments unnecessarv.
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT, Sa
VJ vannah, Ga., will give strict attention to the
forwarding of Goods for the interior of Georgia,
Alabama and Tennessee. ly may 16
TENNESSEE BACON 25,000 lbs Tennessee
Bacon, chiefly Clear Sides, receiving this day,
l and for sale by A. STEVENS.
■ oct!3 lm
j FURNISHING GOODS.
White and Colored Shirts;
Silk, Merino and Cotton
Under Garments ; Cravats;
c all kinds of Gloves;
i Half Hose; Stocks;
1 Collars ; Suspenders ;
t and everything useful for
V*' >2;. -\K\V S r: \l I KS-ivOL. 91 \;n o 7B i
BY AUTHORITY. ,
LAWS OF THE UNITED STATES.
(Public No. 72 )
AN ACT to establish certain post roads.
[is CON TIN CAT I ON.]
Ftom Abbeville C. H. by Warrentou, Monterey,
! Lowndesville, Cberokee Heights, Hirers Feiry and
Ruckersville, Ga. to Elbertou, Ga.
From Anderson Court-house by Clayton and Ra
burn's Gap to Chattanooga, Tennessee.
From Anderson Court-house by Butlersville, Moffetta
ville, Craftsville, Ga. to Ruckersville
From Anderson Court-house by Raburn's Gap to
From Anderson Court-house by Townville and Bache
lors Retreat to Wattons Ford.
From Abbeville C. H. by Temple of Health. Dia
mond Hill. Mount View and Wilson s Creek to Moffetts
From Abbeville C H by Smithvllle to Greenwood.
From Abbeville C H by Smithville and Robert's Store
to Abbeville C H.
From Adams Run to Edisto Island.
From Aikin by Tinkers Creek and Dunbarton to Low
er Three Runs.
From Aiken by Edisto to Kitcheng's Mills.
From Aiken by Sawyer's Mills to Leesville.
From Alston by Thompson’s and Long Run to Monti
From Anderson C H by Seneca, Andersonville, Hen
ley's Store and Ford’s Store to Carnesville, Ga.
From Anderson C H by Deep Creek, Steel’s, Churu
busco and Milvers to Anderson C 11.
From Anderson C II by Locust Ilill. Bolton and Cal
houn to Line Creek to Calhoun.
From Anderson C H by Mountain Creek, Rock Mills
and Evergreen to Montevideo.
From Augusta Ga. by Quaker Springs, Woodlawn S. C.
Rocky Pond, Park's btore, Cairo, Mapleton, Bordeaux
and Wilmington and Mount Carmel to Calhoun Mills.
From Augusta, Ga. by Hamburg, S. C. Edgefild C II
Elton, Meeting Street and Sleepy Creek to Ninety Six
From Augusta, Ga. by Beech Island. Silverten. Four
Mile Branch, Speedwell, Lower Three Run s Erwinton,
Kings Creek, Danilton. Brighton and Robertsville to
From Augusta by Hamburg, Edgefield C H. Elton,
Meeting Street, Sleepy Creek to Ninety Six Depot.
From Barnwell C II by Fiddle Poud. Allendale and
Syrna to Kings Creek.
From Beaufort to Poeotiligo,
From Belton to Anderson C 11.
From Bennettsville to Cheraw.
From Bennettsville to Beaver Dam.
From Bishopsville by Mount Elon aud Swift Creek to
Darlington C 11.
From Blackville to Barnwell C 11.
From Black Mingo, Williamsburg District by Coop
er's Store, Roy's Branch and Boggy Swamp road to
From Cambridge by Ninety Six-, Swaney Ferry and
Waterloo to Laurens C. 11.
From Camden by Boykin's Depot, Statesburg and
Manchester to Wateree.
From Camden by Bee Tree, Longtown, Ridgewood.
Winusboro, Jackson’s Creek, Long Run Monticello,
Glymphville and Mount Bethel to Newburv C 11.
From Camden by Bee Tree and Longtown to Ridge
From Camden to Tillers Ferry.
From Camden by James Hailes, Elm Grove, Clay
horn’s Store, Palmetto, Butler, Tryon, Dudley, Black
man's Store, Blackman’s Gold Mine, Wild-Cat and Wolf
Pond, N. C, to Monroe.
From Ced« Creek to Brown’s.
From Charleston by Beaufort, Boyd’s Landing, Hil
ton Head and BlufFton to Savannah, Ga.
From Charleston by Summerville. Ridgh ville, Inab
net's St. George's Brancliville, Midway, Bambbers.
Graham’s Turnout, Blackville. Willston, White Pond,
Woodwards, Aikin, Hath and Hamburg to Augusta’
From Charleston by RantonlV Adam's Run, Ashepoo
Ferry, Blue House. Salt, Ketchers Bridge, Pocaliligo,
Coosawhatchie, Gillsonville to Grahamsville.
From Coarleston by Haddrell's to Georgetown.
From Charleston by Beaufort, Boyd’s Landing, Hilton
Head and Bluffton to Savannah, Ga.
From Charleston by Mount Holly, Monk’s Corner
and Black Oak to Pineville.
From Charleston to New York.
From Chester C II by Lowreysville, Springwell, Guth
riesville, Yorkville, Olay Hill, Ranalesburg and White
Hall to Charlotte.
From Chester C H by Baton Rtfuge. Carmel Hill and
Tomsville to Pincknevville.
From Chester C H to Cedar Shoals.
From Columbia by Lexington C H Leesville Ridge
and Lotts to Edgefield C H.
From Columbia by Hopkins Turnout, Gadsden, Forte
Motte, St. Mathews and Orangeburgh C. 11., Jaimson
From Columbia by Pleasant Springs, Qountsville and
Calks Cross Roads to Gaik* Ferry.
From Columbia by Alston, Pomaria and Frog Level
to Newbury C. 11.
From Columbia by Level, Ridgeway. Simpson’s,
Winnsboro, Biackstoek, Cornwall Turnout, Chester
ville, Chester C 11, Smith’s Turnout, Rock Hill, Fort
Mills and Pineville to Charlotte.
From Columbia by Oakville to Rockville.
From Columbia by Hope Station, Alston. Pomaria.
Neroburg C H, Chap-pel's Bridge, Dyson’s Mills, Ninety
Six, New Market, Greenwood, Abbeville, Donaldsville
Honey Path, Belton, Anderson OH, Williamston and
Go den Grove to Greenville C. 11.
From Conwavsborough by Lake Swamp to Flovds
From Conwaysborough by Branton Cross Roads,
Princess Store and Bug Swamp to Fair Bluff. N. C.
From Cokesbury to Abbeville.
From Coruwells Turnout by Torbjtts Store to llazle
From Cross Anchor by Hobby ville. Woodruff’s Cs-h
--ville, Sparta, Pliny, Pleasant Grove, Chick Sbrimrs and
Pomeroy to Merrittsville, °
From Danaldsonville by Gentsville, Queensborongh
Calhoun, Stantonville, Wittiamston, Golden Grove
Sterling Grove and Highway to Greenville C 11.
From Due West Corners to Donaidsouville
From Edgefield C II by Duntousvilie, Long Mires
Store, Millway and Harrisburg to Abheville C II
From Edgefield C II to Newbury C 11.
From Florence by Darlington and Society Hill to
From Fountain lan by Cripple Creek, Lickville, Ce
dar Falls, Dunklin, Eden and Fairview to Fountain
From Gillisonville by Horse Gall, A. M. Ruths, B L
Willingham's and Silver Hill to Beech Branch.
From Georgetown by China Grove, Black Mingo
Johnsonville, Lynch’s Creek and Flintville and Marrs
Bluff to Merchants Bluff,
From Geardetowu by Yauhanna, Bucksville, Con
wayboro and Dogwood Neck to Little River.
From Grahamsville te Bluffton.
From Grahams Turnout by Duncansville, Bufords
Bridge, Angley's Branch, Greenfield, Beach Branch
Lawtonville, Steep Bottom and Robertsville to Gillson
From Graham's Turnout by Rocky Swamp, Kitching’s
Mills, Edisto and Edisto Mills to Lotts.
From Greenville C H by Buena Vista. Pliny, Cash
ville to Woodruff s.
Fiom Greenville C H by Sandy Platt and Pomeroy to
Ili land Grove.
From Greeuville O II by Pleasant Grove, Wallace's
Factory, New Hope, Crawfordsvill and Fort Prince to
Spartanburgh C 11.
From Greenville C II by Travellers Rest, Lim, Mer
rittsville, Green River, N. C. Flat Rock. Hendersonville
Mud Creek and Shufordsville to Ashviile.
From Greenville to Head of Greenville and Columbia
From Greenville C II by Gilder, Clear Spring and
Enora to Woodruff’s.
From Hamburg to Augusta, Ga.
From Hamburg by Poverty Hill, Ira Island, Colliers,
Cold Spring and Rehoboth to Longmire's Store.
From Hope Station by Walton, Glymphville, Mr
bington and Goshen Hill to AVhitmires.
From Indiantown by Singletaiysville to Lynch’s Lake
From Jeffries Creek by Willow Creek. Frieudfield and
Natural Grove to Lynch’s Lake.
From Jeffries Creek to Red Bluff.
From Jonesville by Mcßrideville, Cedar Springs and
Cedar Springs Asylum to Spartanburg G 11.
From Kingsville by Manchester, Sumterville Marys
ville, Lynchburg, Simmonville, Florence Gibson's Roads
Marion C 11, Little Pee I)ee River, Floyd.-aille Fair
Bluff, Cerro Gordo, Whitesville and Robinson’s to Wil
mington. N. C-
From Kingstree by IV in. Lipage s, along the Gap way
road to Georgetown
From Kingstree by Buttons and Lownd's Ferry to
thirty-two Mile 110u.83.
Irom Lancaster C H by Landlord, Wallace, Lewis
ville and La Granga ty Chester C H.
From Lancaster C H by Flint Ridge, Hickory Head.
Jefferson and Mount Croghan to Chesterfield C H,
From Laurens C H. Mount Gallagher, Brewton. Line
Creek. Tumbling Shoals. Bluff'Rabon and Simpson’s
Mills to Laurens C H,
C H by Tylersville, Cross Anchor.
Black Jack Valley and Smith's Store to Glen Springs,
From Laurens C H by Monroe. Fountain Inn and
Plains to Greenville C H,
From LeesyiVe by Hollow Creek. Germauville
Mount Willing, Oakland, Perry's Cross Roads. And
Coleman’s Cross Roads, Chappell’s Bridge, and Vaughns
ville to Spring Grove.
From Leesville by Steedman's, Williamson's Mills and
Bull Swamp to Orangsburgh C 11,
From Lexington to Williamson’s Mills.
From LexiDgton by Rocky Well, Calks Ferry and Sa
luda Mills to Prosperity.
From Little River by Shattotteto Smithville
Ffom Little River By Pineway Ferry, Iron Hill and
Cross Roads to W hitesville, N C,
From Lynehe sLake to Bakers,
From Lyachburg byShileh. Bethlehem and New Zion
to -andy Grove.
From Marion C II by (Brittons Neck) Centenery and
Tabernacle to Marion CH, v J
From Manchester to Fulton,
From Marion C Hby Cat F.sh, Gum Swamp. Reedv
Creek, Little Rock, Selkirk, Brownsville. Parnassus and
Olio to Bennettsville,
From Marion CH by Allens Bridge and Campbell's
Bridge to Little Rock,
From Martin’s Depot by Marengo, Milton, Spring
Grove. Cross Hill—Mountsville and North Creek to
Martin s Depot,
From Millway by Indian Hill, Sandover and Wiede
man’s to Calhoun Mills,
From Mrs Mason's by Bethel. New Centre and Betha
ny to Antioch.
From Newbury C H by Pageviile, Broadway, Martin's
Depot and Clinton to Laurens C H
From Newbury CH by Indian Creek Rev no,a Hunt
ington to Cross Anchor,
From Newberry Court House by Bonlwaresville
Bankwrights Ferry, on Saluda River Perry’s Cross
Roads, Oakland Mount Willine Smith Saluda to Lotts
From Newberry C II by Mount Bethel to Glvmnh
ville, s|| r
_ l, ' r l °“ Newbury C II by Beth Eden, Whitmires. Cold
\\ ell, L monville, Fair Forest Boygansville. Glen Spring,
Damascus and Island Ford N C to Rutli
From Newbury CH by Snap Springs, Higgins Ferry,
n°iffCreek, Riphardsonyille, and Fruit-
Uill to Edgefield C H,
From Orangeburg C H to Vances Ferry y
From Paeoiet MiUs by Duncan's Store, John Wilkins's
and Duncans Old Store to White Plains.
From Panther Fork by North Saluda. Tituroy and
South Saluda to Pumpkintown.
n aC ai T i Clarendon to Brewington,
and f Ways,de ’ Walh * ll a- Tunnel HiU
and \\ heatstone to Oiayton Ga.
From Pendleton by Five Mile to Piekena f> f r I
From Pendleton to Clayton Geo-gia ’ 1
I rom Pendleton by Townville. Fair Plav Parkers
store Ga, and Aquillato Carnesville Qa Parker#
From Pickensville by Fowler's Creek Dacusville
Pumpkintown. Twelve Mile, GUssv wiifl
Creek and Branch Island to ’ *
1 rom Pickens CII by Bounty Land, Warsaw Clare
cSt. B Kc h ssroH ,r “'’ c ™' k «*
From Pickens’s C H by Clayton's Mills, Salubritv.
Pickensville, Wolf Creek aud Camp Ground to Pickens
C H, ■
From Pickens C H by Crow Cree, Anderson?# Mills,
1 welve-Mile and Mixs, on Estatoe to Pickens 0 H
from Pickens C H by Watbaila. Colonel’a i’or'.
Horse Shoe. Waltonsford Ga. Tocoa Falls, ClarkesviUeH
Nacuochee, Mount-Yonah. Pleasant Retreat aoff Caven
der s Creek to Dablouega, Ga.
From Pineville by Murray’s Ferry, Beimrstree Camn
Ridge. Lynch's Lake. Effingham aml
lington C 11,
From Pinckney ville by Wartola to Gowdeysville
I rom Pinckneyville by Tomsville and Saudersville to
Chester C 11,
From Pocotaligo by Hickory Hill to Whippy Swamp
Iron lvidgerille by Roadsville, Uollv Ilill, Vance-
Ferry to Wrights Bluff, ’ '
i<mr iUI , II j cllardso uvi lie, by Dawson’s Mills (Dvson'f-
Mills) to Lodi,
From Robertsville by Sisters Ferry to Guyton Ga.
I rom Rocky Ridge by C'laytonsville to Belton,
I rom Scurtietown by Pleasant Mount, Yountr's
Centerville, Stonesville, Cashville, and Poo® villa to
Spartanburg OH, •
From Sleepy Creek by New Mnrket to Pheonix
from Spirtsnburgh C H by Walnut Grove, Mi’ilville
Crowsulle, \\ oodruffs, Barleywood, Mountain Shoari
and Seuflietown to Laurens C H,
„ Prom Spartanburgh C H by Damascus. Coulter's Ford
B ick> Cieefc. to Ficj(6rsville,
From Spartanburgh 011 by Mouut Zion New Pro
peit. Cannons Store. Earlesville, Ilorse Creek N C L,-d
Tryon o— Hendersonville N C
?P a t tanburg Court House by 'Boiling Spring
Whites Store FingersvHle, Cross Roads at John \\ iW~-v
North n Caro°lm'f ra ’ ““ Kutherfordton
From St. Georges to Waterboro.
From St. Mathews to Poplar, ✓
I rom Sumpterville via Plowdons Mills, Brewington
ni’ u J r "io W r«k„.u, „i I
Prom Sumpterville by Rradley villa, Blank River Sa
SanviUe 7UroVe,KiDgStreeaD T Ind’iantown to John- *1
From Swift Creek to Hartsville
d b r y uff g : aD3ViUe ’ Y* R °'
,^'f' OI “. lJ “ ionville Jouesville, Pea Ridge » aeo u t
Chester ct"" 11 ' 111,1 and *
S ick?Sk^H^hni l l« e . by l ß A adl l y, ' soU Place > John McKis
yrom\vin, . .> to Wilkinsville.
From W alliaila to Pendleton,
From Walter boro to Blue House
From Williston by Davis Mills to Jordons Mills
From Winnsboro by Gladen’s Grove, Koasville Beck
hamsvilie and Cedar Shoals to Lewisville 1
Dam and Mount Tabor to Pinckneyville P
toG r re”nTme d CH, C ‘ ear Sprin S 8 and
»t F «n m v, W p liaWß lV n b T Newell’s, Golden Spring. Douth-
KSKaa„ siaMuTO " p --•
From Yorkville by Zeno, South Point, Woodlawn
Cottage Home Chronicle, Vesuvius Furnace to New ton*
p * r ? m w Y r w V ‘ by AUison Creek, Zeno, by South
Point, N C Woodlawn. Cottage Home, Chronicle and
Vesuvius Furnace to Newton n cie
From Yorkville by Hickory Grove, Smiths Ford, Wil
ktnsville, DraytonsviUe, Limestone Springs Grassy
erfordton* cl * C ’ Butler and Uicksville to Ruth 7
to ir Ch Y °w k ' ; i le b - V „ Qrove, Harmony, Boyd-
Fingerhill aud Jackson Ilill to Earlesville - ’
vi P ;T Ybrl ! V '‘ < , e , b J HopeweH Gowd ys»
ri U -acolet Mills and Bivingsvilln to Spartanburg C
From Yorkville by Blairsvllle, Bullock’s Creek
Pinckneyville. Mount Tabor. Unionville, Cedar Grove’
and Cross Key s to Cross Anchor,
From Yorkville by Tirza: Ebenezerville Rock HilL.
Nation Ford, C’outes Tavern, Landsford Long Street’
Oamdea ek ’ Ru3sel I>!ace > Libert r Hill and Rod Hill to’
t, * V p? Y °i rkvi T le b JlJ tetory Grove, Harmony, Boyd- '
ton, Cherokee Iron Works, Ceopersville, Drat .nsville
Limestone Springs, Thickety Ford, Moultrie and Hurri
cane to Spartanburg C H,
MARINE, FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE
CHARTER Oak Life Insurance Company Hart
ford, Conn. Capital $300,000. Endorsed by
the State. Will insure lives of white persons: also,
Negroes, Fire and Marine.
Granite Insurance Company, New York. Cani,
tal, $300,000. * K
Columbia Insurance Company, Columbia, S. C,
Farmers’lnsurance Company: Utica N York
Capital, $200,000. © *'
The undersigned, Agent for the above Compa
nies, is prepared to take Marine and River Risks
and insure Dwellings, other buildings, household
k urniture. Merchandise, and other personal pro
perty, against loss or damage by fire, on the most
favorable terms. J. H. ANDERSON, Ae’t.,
feb2B Mclntosh-st., Augusta, Ga.
LADIES’ GAITERS AT STpER eAIR7~
JUST RECEIVED, per steamer Jamos Adger
t# from New York—
-500 pair Ladies’ Silk Lasting Patent Tipped Gai
ters, at sl, worth $1.25. >.
300 pair Ladies’ Fine Silk Last Gaiters.'at $1.25,
300 pair Ladios Fine English Lasting Gaiters, at
$1.50, worth $2.
k at^ea Velvet Slippers; at sl, worth
300 pair Ladies’ Velvet Ties, at 87$c., worth sl.
100 pair Fine French made Gaiters, at $2 50,
1,00 pair Children's Ancle Ties.
Together with a large assortment of Gentlemen’s
Ladies’, Misses’ and Children’s Boots and Shoes
of the latest styles. Call and examine, as goods
will be freely shown, and one price asked.
■ v tt • , ROBERT CARROLL,
Opposite the United States Hotel, and betwen
Mrs. Hall’s and Collin’s Millinery Store Broad st
N. B Gentlemen’!i and Ladies' Travelling
Tranks Hat Cases \ alices and Carpet Bags, just
received, and will be sold at a low figure
jy‘ 4 ° R. C.
THE TURKS VICTORIOUS. P
Doer. HILL’S Compound Extract Sarsaparilla,
Indian Hemp, lodide Potassum and Scheidam
aennapps has made more permanent cures oisecret
diseases than any other medicine ever before used
for that object.
For Eruptions, Pimples, Scrofula, Sypilis, Stric
tures, .Liver Complaint, Jaundice, Constipation,
Chronic Rheumatism, and Mercurial Affections, it
stands without an equal in the range of the mate
na medica. For sale by the proprietor, at store
on Broad-st., Augusta, Ga. Price $1 per bottle,
may 25 p, m
AUGUSTA HOTEL, AUGUSTA, GEO
W. P. STARR, Proprietor.
| rgIHIS HOTEL is now opened for the re- g
-I- ception of Travellers, and it will be the iS'lii f
aim of the Proprietor to give satisfaction to all
who may favor him with their patronage. It is
centrllav situated on Broad street, and convenient
to the different railroad Depots. Passengers by the
Georgia Railroad, will be furnished with breakfast
before they leave; those by the South Carolina
Railroad, with dinner, and those by the day train
on the Waynesboro’road with supper.
The Furniture, Bedding, <fce., in this Hotel is all
new, and it will be the endeavor of the Proprietor
to render all who may patronize him, comfortable
during their stay. mar2l ts \ i
ITF” The Chronicle A Sentinel, Charleston
Courier, Savannah News, Edgefield Advertiser,
Chattanooga Gazette, Dalton Times and Montgom
ery Advertiser, will insert the above to the amount
of five Dollars, and forward billsto W. P. S., with
i a copy of paper containing first insertion.