The Daily Constitutionalist and Republic
BY JAMES GARDNER.
NEW FALL GOODS.—FULL SUPPLIES
HAS received from New York his Full Supplies
of Fancy aDd Staple Dry Goods, embracing a
large and splendid Assortment, suitable for the
Fall and Winter season, among which are—
Rich fancy colored Silks of new and beautiful styes;
Plain Black Silks,.in great variety of styles, and of
Rich Paris printed Do Lain es and Faoc •, all: Wool
Lupin's colored white and black Merinoes, and
plain colored DLaines;
A very large Supply of small-figured, all-wool
p-mted DeLa;nes, for children, of new and
beautiful styles;* •
English and American Fancy Prints, in a great
variety o! styles,
Superior Scotch fancy Ginghams, of new and
beautiful Winter styles;
Elegant French Km broideries, embracing Ladies'
Collars, Chorn.zeros, Undorsleeves and Hand
kerchiefs, of new and splendid stylos ;
Ladies Black and Colored Cloth Cloaks and Tal
mas of the latest styles;
Ladies' Rich Embroidered and Plain Paris Silk
A largo supply of Ladies,' Misses' and Children's
Hosiery of the best make;
Ladies and Gentlemen's Superior Gauntlet Gloves;
Ladies’ and Misses’ Merino and Silk Vests;
Gentlemen's and Youth's Silk and Merino Shirts
and Drawers ;
Superior Welch, G auze, Saxony and Silx Warp and
Heavy Shaker Flannels;
Superior English Colored Flannels, for Ladies'
English arid American Canton Flannels, of extra
A very large Supply of Mourning Goods, for
Ladies’ use, of Superior quality ;
Superior 12-4 Linen sheetings and Pillow Case
Superior 8-4 and 10-4 Table and Damask Diapers,
some of extra quality ;
Rich Damask Table Cloths and Napkins, some of
Scotch and Bird's Eye Diapers, extra fine, for
Heavy Scotch Diapers, and Huckabacks, for
Superior Whitney and Merino Blankets of extra
size and quality;
Superior Crib Blankets.
Also, a great variety o other seasonable articles
suitable for Family and Plantation use. The
public arc respectfully invited to cal! and examine
W. S. especially solicits a call from his long- j
continued friends and patrons, and assures them |
that no exertion on his part will be wanting to
supply them with the latest and most desirable
styles of Goods, at the lowest prices. novß
RICH CARPETS AND CURTAIN ‘
HAS ju»t received from New York a Large
Supply of — •
English Brussels Carpet o , of the best quality and
of new and elegant styles.
English Velvet Carpets, o t new and splendid
Extra Three Ply, Ingrain and Venotian Carpets.
Rich Chenille Rugs, to match the Carpets.
Print d Crumb Cloths, in patterns and by the
Rich colored Damasks and DoLaines, for Cur
tains, with Gimps and Ta=sels to match.
Rich embroidered Lace and Muslin Curtains,
and some at very low prices.
Embroidered Muslin, for Curtains, by the yard.
Window Shades of beautiful styles.
SKiperior Furniture _ Dimities and Fine Cotton
Gilt Cornices. Curtain Bands, and Brass and
Plated Stair Rods,
The Public are respectfully invited to call and
examine the assortment. nov7
HEW CA?H STORE
flint: subscriber would respeettully inform the
L inhabitants of Georgia and South Carolina, j
tnat 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 SHEETINGSardSHIRT
INGS, of various manufactories,'
French, English and American CALICOES, from
6$ to 25 cents. *
GINGHAMS; MOUSLIN DtLAINES;
CASHMERES; MERINOES; ALPACAS;
BOMBAZINES; CANTON CLOTHS;
Plain and l’iaid \\ bite 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 a'tenti n paid to all kinds of Negro
GOODS and BLANKETS, such as white snd
brown KERSEYS and PLAINS; heavy brown
BLANKETS; colored do,; SATTINETS; KEN- ,
TUCKY JEANS, Ac., ail 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
NEW FALL GOODS.
LD. LALLERSTEAT, has received his com
plete Stock of FaP and Winter Dry Goods
and offers at his old Stand, corner of Globe Hotel, a
very large assortment of—
Brocade, Striped and Plain Silks;
Canton Checked Silks for children;
Muslin DeLanes and Cashmeers;
English and French Merinos, great variety.
Lupins best Bombazines and Alpaccas;
Needle Worked Collars and Undersleeves;
Do. Bands and Chemyetts; w
Swiss and Jaconet Trimmings;
Gimps Fringes, and Buttons;
Cloths and Cassimeres;
Ladies and Gent’s Silk and Merino Vests;
Furnature Dimity and Fringes,
Table Linens and Towellings;
Superior Irish Linen and Diaper;
Red and White Flannel;
Negro Blankets, great variety;
Osnaburgs and Stripes;
Kerseys and Ga. Plains. To which he invites
attention. nov7 d6Ac3
NEW FALL AND WINTER GOODS.
WARD Sc BURCIIARD 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 following;
Paris Sacque and Opera Flannels, new shade.
American Sacque Flannels, Plain and Figued-
Lupins superior Merinos, all colors.
Lupins Mus. de Lains, Plain Figured, and Plaids.
v Lupins Black and Col'd Challies, and Alpaccas.
Lupins Black de Lab s and Bombazines.
Rich Color’d Sil&sin Brocade, Plaids and Stripes.
Superior Black Taffeta and Italian Silks.
6 4 S lk Poplins 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 de'Ecosge.
Scotch Wool and Silk Checks for Miss.
Saxony Welsh Silk W'arpand 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. octls
AUGUSTA & WAYNESBORO RAILROAD.
UNTIL further notice, trainswillleave Augusta
at 7J, a. m., and 8, p. m.; returning, will
leave Milieu at 21, p. in and 11$, p. m., connect
ing with the day and night Passenger Trains on
the Central Railroad, which leave Savannah At 8,
a. m. and 7, p. in., nd leave Macon at 7s,a. m.,
and 4|, p.m.
Passengers for Milredgeville, Eatonton, Ogle
thorpe, or Columbus, should take the night Train,
to avoid detention.
Freight will be carriei by the Day Train, mak
ing it an Accommodation Train, except on Sun
days, when it will run as a Passenger Train, exclu
sively, leaving Augusta at 9 a. m, and Millen at
21 p. m , arriving at Augusta at 5$ p. m.
fe22 ts WM.'M. WADLEY, Gen. Supt
HITE WASH BRUSHES, of all sizes for
sale by WM. H. TUTT Drugget.
RICH DRY GOODS
“Cheaper than the very Cheapest
Gray BROTHER’S —Beg to inform the public,
that their Fall purchases this season have been
UNrstTAT.LY lar«b, having been in the Northern
markets over three months this Summer, where so
many large auction sales took place, offering de
cided advantage to close purchases. We can con
fidently say that our stock is much cheaper than
tho like quality of Goods could be obtained a few
weeks later, when the great body of Merchants
wen* to market, our desire, owing to tho very short
season that we will now necessarily have, is to dis
pose of this large stock independent of profits, and
we may venture to say tint 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$ cts.
French Merinos, very eheap;
Lupins best Bombazine exceedingly low;
Black Jamiese, a new and very desirable, all
Wool Goods, for mourning;
Black Alapaeas ail qualities, some very fine and
Mantillas, Cloaks and Talmas ol the very latest
French styles, exceedingly cheap;
Crape, Ca?hmere and Woollen Shawls;
Embroideries of all kinds of the most ekgant
• Ribbons for the Million, fine bonnet and neck, 6|
cents a yard, worth 20 cents.
Calicoes and Ginghams, best styles cheap,
Domestic Goods « f e 11 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.
LADIES’ GAITERS AT $1 PER PAIR.
JUST RECEIVED, per steamer James Adger
from New York—
j&,soo 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 Ladies' Fine English Lasting Gaiters, at
$1.50, worth $2.
300 pair Ladies’ Velvet Slippers, at sl. worth
300 pair Ladies' Velvet Tics, at .
100 pair Fine French made
1,00 pair Children's Ancle Ties. ' • "V
Together with a large assortmerft of Gentlemen Y
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.
Opposite the United States Hotel, and between
Mrs. Hall’s and Collin’s Millinery Store, Broad-st.
N. B. Gentlemen’s and Ladies’ Travelling
Trunks, Hat Cases, Valices and Carpet Bags, just
received, and will be sold at a low figure.
jyl4 R. C.
THE AUGUSTA MACHINE WORKS
4 RE 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; lion 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 She best manner.
Mill Work—all kinds of Mill and Gin-gearing,
Shafting, Pulle- s, Water Wheels, Ac , on band.
Brass Casting* will also have our attention.
PLANING AND SAWING LUMBER.
Flooring—Planed, Tongucd 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 por 1000 superfic'al feet.
Use of Circular Saw and one man will be 75 cts.
per hour. Heavy Sawing requiring two men, will
be $1 per hour.
All orders must be left in the office, not in the
shop. Cash will be required in all cases, unless
Otherwise agreed upon with
W. M. HIGHT,
septl7 dAcly General Superintendent.
DAVIS. KULB & FANNING have in Store,
and offer for sale—
-400 bags Rio Coffee;
75 pockets Java Coffee;
75 bbls. Crushed and Powdered Sugar ;
300 “ A B and C Do;
10 boxes Loaf Do.;
200 “ Adamantine Candles;
50 “ Sperm Do ;
50 “ Mould Do-;
75 “ Pearl and No. 1 Starch;
50 “ Soap;
150 “ Tobacco, assorted brands ;
50 doz. Buckets;
75 “ Brooms.
Also, Sardines ; Smoked Beef; Soda and Butter
Cracaers; Bologna Sausages; Nuts: Spices, Ac.
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 fifteen months after date, with interest, to
Darius Whithead A Co., or beaier, for ten hun
dred dollars each, as the consideration for which
said Notes wore 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-
COLUMBIA INSURANCE CO., SO. CA
This company continues to insure
on the most favorable terms, Houses, Furniture
Ac., and Marine risks, on application to
J. 11. ANDERSON, Ag’t. Mclntosh-st.
' FAIRBANKS’ PLATFORM SCALES,
LONG KNOWN —severely test
ed —always right— j|
THE ACKNOWLEDGED /SJ *
STANDARD ! \|
General Southern Agents, /
Spear, Weston & Co., '
141 Pratt Street, Baltimore. -
oct7 Agent, Augusta, JOHN NELSON.
GRANITE mills FLOUR.—Fresh Ground
and just received trem the Mills this day.
For Sale by GEORGE W LEWIS.
nov6 No. 1 Warren Block.
NEGRO BLANKETS AND CLOTHST
WILLIAM SHEAR respectfully invites the
attention of Planters te bis large Supply of
Negro Blankets and Negro Cloths, which he is
preparing to sell at veiy low prices. nov7
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 an 1 Marine.
Granite Insurance Company, New York. Capi
Columbia Insurance Company, Columbia, S. C.
Farmers’lnsurance Company, Utica, N. Y r ork.
The undersigned, Agent for the above Compa
nies, is prepared to take Marine and River Risks,
and insure Dwellings, other buildings, household
Furniture. Merchandise, and oth-.r personal pro
perty, agclast loss or damage by fire, on the most
favorable terms. J. H. ANDERSON, Ag t.,
feb26 ' Mclatosh-st., Augusta, Ga.
Till RTlf seven hhds Bacon, just received and
for sale by „ „
etl3 DAVIS KOLB A FANN ING.
None E—On and”after this date the undersign
ed may be found at his store, Mclntosh street,
next door South of Messrs. Bustin A Walker, every
day, from half past 10 o’clock, until one o’clock and
will be pleased to serve his friends to the best of
his ability. M. W. WOODRUFF.
octs Forwarding and Gen’!. Com’sn Mer cht.
AUGUSTA HA., WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 22. 1854
NEW DRY GOODS HOUSE.
OPENING MONDAY, 6TH NOV.
T® * nv * te the attention of the Ladies of Augusta and vicinity
to tne . 1 )Llv Or GOOD.'c now offered for their inspection, of which thofall -wi ,g are some of the
BLACK AND COLORED SILKS,
In Brocade, Gros d'Rhine, Grosd’ Afriqae.
Satin Duchine, Plain Chameleon.
A ery Rich Satin Plaids and Brocade in great varie
Marceline3 Florence and Taffeta Silks, Black,
White and Colored Satins,
j DRESS GOODS.
I Lupins, Cashmers, Marinos and Plain DeLaines,
beautiful assortment ot colors, American and
French Figure i and Plaid DeLaines, Plaid
Alpaeeas, Plaid Poplins,Plaid Raw Silks, Wool
EMBROIDERIES AND LACES.
Chomizetts, Habits Puff and Mandarin Sleeves.
Cambric and Muslin Collars of new and elegant
Cambric, Muslin, and Mull Bands and Flouncing
in great variety.
Embroider© i. Plain and Tape bordered Linen C.
Cambric and Muslin Trimmings.
Real Thread, Maltese, Gimpeure, Meckiin, and
Valeneieno Laces, some beautiful patterns for
Linen and Lisle Edgings, Imitation.
Meckiin and Valonciene and other styles, compris
ing the largest Assortment sver offored in Au
CLOAKS, MANTILLAS AND TALMAS of tho latest style, Ladies Cloths for Cloaks, beautiful
Shades; Long and Sqr. Plaid Shawls, Plain and Embroiderded Canton Crape Shawls; Cloak and Dress
Trimmings, Bonnet Ribbons, Satin and Taffeta do, and a lull assortment of Haberdashery.
Tho attention of Planters and others is called to the large Stock of Plantation Goods and Blankets,
hand, such as Georgia Plains and Kerseys, Kentucky Jeans, Satinets, Osnaburgs, Linseys”
London Duffil Maeinaw and Colored Blankets, all prices, which will bo 30ld very low. Terms cash.
J. K. BANCROFT.
EOy s Three doors above Mclntosh-st, next to Bank of Augusta.
mom KOMii (Mjraraia*
HATS, CAPS, TRUNKS, CARPET BAGS, &c , &c.
' BOYS’ CHILDREN’S CLOTHING,
SHIRTS, COLLARS, DRAWERS, CRAVATS, GLOVES, STOCKS. &c., &c., &c.
Which will bo sold on reasonable terms.
NO. 197 BROAD STREET, UNDER THE AUGUSTA HOTEL, AUGUSTA, GA.
J. J. CLAYTON. [mayl9l A. P. BIGNON.
tojb jkez jemcs maaiAkjmrrM?
Next door to Georgia Railroad Bank, and one door below the U. States Hotel, Augusta, Ga.
HAS ALWAYS ON HAND A CHOICE SELECTION OF
Cloths; Cassfmores ;
V estings ; Linens ;
Drap d’Etes, Ac.,
Which will be made
to order in the very
best style, and
as good as can be
obtained in any establishment
HF” All Goods sold at the above Establishment are of the best qualities, and will be sold cheap.
apr!B J. A. VAN WINKLE.
NEW GUNS, PISTOLS, &C
Broad steet, just above the August Hotel
THE subscriber has just received a large 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 GUNS, all sizes and
Colt’s. Allen’s, and other 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
common G.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, Bowie Knives,
Powder, by kegor in canisters, 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,
shortnotice. E. H. ROGERS,
FALL AND WINTER READY-MADE
CLOTHING AND HATS.
CLAYTON & BIGNON, under the Augusta
Hotel, have now in Store, (and are receiving .
weekly supplies) a largo and splendid stock of |
Ready-made CLOTING and HATS, fineandcom- :
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 a Penciller; and Poems and Baiiads by j
Gerald Massey, containing tbo ballad of Babe
Christabcls, printed from the third London editor, ;
with several new poems never before published, rc- |
vised and corrected by the author, for sale by i
octl3 THOS. RICHARDS A SON.
DRUGS AND MEDICINES—A full and am
ple supply of Drugs, Medicines, Perfumery,
Paints. Oils, Glass, Ac., Ac. Orders from the coun
try solicited. For sale low for cash by
oct 31 lmc 217 Broad Street.
SASK, BLINDS AND DOORS.
THE subscriber has just received a large supply
of Sash, (glazed,’ißlinds and Doors, of the first
quality, made of Northern pine. All ordors for
odd sizes filled at short notice,
may 14 6 m J DAN FORTH.
AUGUSTA STEAM CABINET MANUFAC
CHARLES A. PLATT respectfully calls the
attention of citizens and others visiting the
city, to his large and handsome assortment of
Comprising every article usually found in a Cabi
net Warehouse. Being connected with one of 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 Jrom 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—Cotton ;
English Brussels “ Hemp ,
Extra Three Ply Venetian.
RUGS and DOOR MATS, a beautiful assortment;
CURTAINS; CORNICES; CURTAIN LOOPS ;
Table and Floor OIL CLOTH, of all patterns and
The above are all purchased at the lowest price,
and the legitimate business of this establishment
has been so well known for the last fifteen years,
makes further comments unnecessary.
C. A. L. LAMAR,
General commission merchant, Sa
vannah, Ga., will give strict attention to the
forwarding of Goods for the interior of Georgia,
Alabama and Tennessee. ly mayl6
TENNESSEE BACON 25,000 lbs Tennessee
Bacon, chiefly Clear Sides, receiving this day,
ad for sale by A. STEVENS.
Plain and T wil'd, Red, all prices.
Ditto in White, Red and White Domestic Welsh,
English and American, all Wool and unshrink
„ iD S-
Silk and Wool do , Colored Opera and Salisbury
Flannels, assorted Colors.
Black Bombasins, Merinos, Muslin DeLaines and
, Challoys, all of Lupin's make and warrant
Roal English Bombasine, warranted.
1 Black Alpaeeas, 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.
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, | and
and $ do , Elastic Tops.
Ladies Cashmere, Philosello, Beaver and Kid Glo
vo*, Gents Kid Gloves, Children’s Gloves.
comprising, in part,
Black Dress and Frock Coats;
Blue, Brown, Olive, Green and
Dahlia Frocks and Sacks; Black
and Fancy Cass. Pants; Blackand
Fig’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.
JA. OK SON STREET HOSPITAL,
AND SURGICAL INFIRM ARY FOR NEGROES
THE UNDERSIGN ED have deemed it advis
able to add the term “Hospital” to their Sur- j
gical Infirmary, for though the 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 the Negro, provided |
they are not of an infections character.
H F. CAMPBELL, M. D.
ROBERT CAMPBELL M. D.
jy26 ts Attending Physician.
WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS, j
WM. K KITCHEN isassociated with us as a ;
partner in all our concerns from this date.
HAVILAND, HARRAL & RISLEY, j
New York. |
HAVILAND HARRAL A CO.,
Charleston, S. C. !
HAVILAND RISLEY A CO.,
January 1, 1854. Augusta, Ga.
HAVILAND, RISLEY A CO., are my duly au- .
thorized Agents to transact any business in which
I am interested during my absonre from the State, j
My notes and accounts willb' <ound at thoir store. I
W_ 3. KITCHEN, j
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 the public, and will
be pointed out and explained at any time by the
Insurances are taken on siagle lives, for ona
year, seven years, or for life.
On joint lives, for life.
On slaves at 2-3 value, one or five
The undersigned can, at all times, be found at
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.
IRON AND BRASS FOUNDRY AND
THE ATHENS STEAM COMPANY are pre
pared to fill orders for all kinds of Iron and
Brass Castings, such as Mill Irons, of improve pat
terns and every description; steam Engines; Gold
Mining, Forcing or Fire Pumps, and all other
khods of Machinery’, cast an'd finished. They are
casting and keep constantly on hand, Gin Gearing
and Iron Fencing of various patterns, Fire Dogs,
Plough Castings, Wagon Boxing, Ac.
They are also prepared to fill orders for Boilgrs,
Tanks. Ac. Repairing of all kinds of Machinery
promptly executed. Their portable iron Saw Mills
are surpassed by none.
Whilst they ane grateful to former patrons, their
experience and facilities, with their work furnished
' in as cheap, substantial and workman-like man-
I ner, as can be had any where South, enables them
; to anticipate a large share of public patronage.
ROSS CRANE, Agont.
R. NICKERSON, Super’t.
N. B. Cash paid for old copper, brass, and heavy
iron castings. dAc6in jel7
HOUSE, SIGN AND ORNAMENTAL
THE subscribers would respectfully inform the
citizens of Augusta that they have commonc-
I ed business, in the above line, at their shop, on
the South side of Broad Streot, three doors above
Centre. They are prepared to execute all styles,
in imitation of different woods, marbles, Ac.—
They solicit a share of patronage; and all orders
left at their shop, will meet with prompt attention,
and executed in a manner, they feel assured, will
They would refer to Messrs W. H. Goodrich,
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i Nov 4 Augusta.
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LAWS OF THE UNITED STATES.
(Public No- 72 )
AN ACT to establish certain post roads.
From Athens to Morgan C. H. via Kingston.
From Athens to Washington.
From Athens to Hamilton C. H. via Cowan's Ferry.
From Athens to Mount Vernon, via Hayne s Store. ’
From Athens, by Cantrell’s Cross Roads and Coghill.
From Bagdad to Carthage.
From Baker’s Gap, by Butler, to Dugger's Ferry.
From Ball Play to Glenn’s, on Cane Creek.
From Battle Creek to Lebanon, Ala, via Rice's Ferry.
From Bean’s Station to Mouth of Chucky, via Mor
From Beau’s Station, by Noe's Ferry, to Morristown.
F’rom Benton, by Ocoa Canassauga, Cohutta Springs,
Ga, Rural Vale and Fillmore, to Dalton. *
From Blountsville, by Gott’s Cross Roads, Campbell’s
Rest, James Cross Roads, Clear Creek, and Laurel Gap,
to Bay Mount.
From Boliver, by Whiteville, Fayette Corner and
Danceyville, to Wesley.
From Bolivar, by Middleburg, New Castle, Somerville,
Moscow, Oakland Hickory Withe, Sandy Springs, Am
monia, Colliersville, Morning Sun, Greenbottom Ger
mantown and Raleigh, to Memphis.
From Bolivar, by Audubon and Nubbin Ridge to Met
From Brownsville to Fulton. *
From Brownsville to Covington, via Wesley.
From Bicwnsville, by Carolina and Woodville, to
From Calhoun by Pearce and Goodfield to Decatur.
From Camden by Chaseville, Etna Eagle Creek, Mor
gan's Creek and Cubb Creek to Perryville.
From Camden bv Paris, Mt. Holyoke, Como, Irvine’s
Store, Dresden. Old Hickory Totten’s Well’s and Bulah
to Hickman, Ky.
From Carthage by Montrose, Granville, Bagdad,
Flynn's Lick to Gainesboro.
From Carthage by Peyton’s Creek, Pleasant Shade,
Witcher’s Cross Roads and Red Boiling Springs to Cle
From Campbell's to Pumpkintown [Mount Pleasant]
via Blair's Ferry.
From Campbell's Station to Louisville.
From Centreville to Terryville.
From Centreville via Beardstown, Macedonia and
McCoys to Bull’s Landing.
From Centreville by Vernon, Charlotte, Barton’s
Creek, McAllister’s Cross Roads, Richardsons and Pleas
ant Mound to Clarksville.
From Charlotte by Bellsburgh, Ryan’s Store and Jo
sephine to Springfield.
From Charleston by Stony Point to Benton.
From Chattanooga to Charleston via Harrison and
From Chattanooga to Glasgow. Kv, via Sparta,
Gainesboro and Totnpkinsville.
From Cheap Valley by New Loudon to Conyersville.
From Clarksville to Hopkinsville, Ky.
From Clarksville to Cadiz, Ky.
From Clarksville by Fredonia/J hoinav.'iile, Josephine 1
and Sycamore Mills to Ridge Post.
From Clarksville by Little Grave. Indian Mound. !
Cumberland Iron Works, Dover Standing Rock, Mouth
of Sandy and Ell Grove to Paris.
From Clarksville by Dailey’s, Palmyra, Yellow Creek
Furnace, Sailor's Rest, Danielsville and White Oak to
From Cleveland by Cbataty, Benton, Pelton, Spring
towD, Towell Falls, Coker Creek, Turtle Town, N. C.,
Laurel Valley, Persimmon Creek and Notla to Murphy.
From Cleveland by Cohuttah Springs, Ga, and Moun
tain Town to Ellejay.
From Cleveland by Limestone and Mouth of Iliwas
see to Smith’s Cross Roads.
From Cleveland by Benton to Ducktown Copper
From Clinton by Beaver Ridge and Ball Camp to
From Clinton by Wallace's Cross Roads, Loy’s Cross
Roads, Lost Cr" -k, Big Barren and Head of Barren to
From Clinton by Robertsville, Oliver’s and Crooked
Fork to Morgan Court House.
From Columbia via Shelby ville, Huntsville Ala , and
Pulaski to Columbia.
From Columbia to Clarksville via McAllister's Cross
Roads and Dixon C. H.
From Columbia to Waynesboro
From Columbia to Lebanon via Hart’s Cross Roads
From Columbia to Jackson via Perryville and Lexing
From Columbia to Fayetteville.via Bigbyville, Pleas- j
aat Grove. Mooresville and Coruersville.
From Columbia by Pleasant Grove, Mooresville and
Berlin to Lewisburz.
From Columbia by Hope Mill to Williamsport.
From Columbia by Poplar Ridge, Lynnville, Pulaski, j
Midbridge, Elfeton, White Hill and Madison s Cross
Roads, Ala., to Huntsville.
From Crossville by Long View and Coopersville to
From Crossville by Orme’s Store and Nine Mile to
From Crossville by Grassy Cove and Cross Keys to j
Ten Mile Stand.
From Dandridge to Bean's Station via Iron Works of |
M»ssy Creek ana Stiffey’s Mill.
From Dandridge to Marysville via Sevierville.
From Dandridge to Morristown.
From Decaturville by Hermitage and Swallow Bluff
to Lee’s Bluff.
From Decaturville to Perryville.
From Denmark by Copan, Brownsville, Durhamville
and CoviDgton to Randolph.
From Double Springs by Equality and Netherland to
From Dover to Cadiz, Ky., via Tobaccoport.
From Dover to Strombold Furnace.
From Dover to New Concord, Ky.
From Dresden by Dedham, Mount Prospect and An
dalusia to Yorkville.
From Dresden by Palmer’s Store and Elm Tree to
From Dresden by Middleburg and Mouut Pella to
From Dyer.-burg by Miller's Chappel, Chestnut Bluff.
Lanefteld, Cherryville, Cageville, Mason’s Grove and
Poplar Corner to Jackson.
From Dyersburg by Miller's Chappel, Begg’s Cotton
Gin, Quincy and Dr. Kick's to Mason's Grove.
From Dyersburg by Wilkinsville to Trenton.
From Dyersburg to Booth's Point in Dyer county.
From Elizabethtown to Morgantown. N. C.
From Elizabethtown to Abingdon, A'a., via Stony
Creek and Shady.
From Elizabethtown by Longmiresto Stockville.N C.
From Elizabethtown by Greenfield, Blountsville and
Arcadia to Kingsport.
From Elizabethtown by Peoplesvilleand Swingleville
From Elizabetbtr wn to Shady.
From to Harpeth via New Hope, Farm
ington, Fishingford, Civil Order and Gideonsville.
From Fayetteville to Upper Elkton via Dyer's Store,
Cold Water and Hightower’s Store.
From Fayetteville to Winchester.
From Fayetteville by Viney Grove, Cyruston, Mill
ville, Bunker Hill, Bradshaw and Lamartine to Pulaski.
From Fayetteville by Camargo, Molino and Robert
son's Store to Pleasant Plains.
From Fayeteville by Boon’s Hill and Gas Factory to
From Fayetteville by Kinderhook, George's Store and
Oregon to Salem.
From Fayetteville by Cordova to Branchville.
From Fayetteville to Tullahama.
From Franklin by Hurts Cross Roads to Rally Hill.
From Franklin by West llarpeth. Hill's Valley, Lei
pcr's Fork, Boston, Lick Creek. Totty's Bend, Centre
ville, Beaver Dam Springs, Pleasantville. Linden,
beardstown and Wood’s to Perryville.
From Franklin by Pinkney and Bethesda to Hurts
From Gainesboro’ by New Columbus, Buck Point,
Meigsville, Butler’s Landings and Hamilton's Landing
From Gainesboio’ by Whitley ville. CVementsville.
Tompkinsville, Ky., Mud Lick and Skeggs Creek to
From Gainesboro' by New Columbus. Hilharn, Liv
ingston, Nettle Carrier and West Fork to Jamestown.
From Gainesboro’ by Rocky Mount, Highlaud, Bag
dad and Pleasant Shade to Dixon's Springs.
Frem Gallatin to Springfield via Cross Plains.
From Gallatin to Scottsvflle, Ky, via Bledsoe's Creek.
From Gallatin to Elkten, Ky, via Cross Plains, Reys
burg and AUensville.
From Gallatin to Murfreesboro' via Lebanon.
From Greenville by Camp Creek, Horse Creek and
Broyleaville to Rheatown.
From Greenville by Timber Ridge, Little Chucky,
Warrensburg. Chucky Beud, Suoddyvill and Leadvale
From Greenville by Limestone Springs, Paint Rock,
Warmsprings, N. C., Lapland and French Broad to Ash
From liardinsville to Tipton C. 11. via McNairy C. H.
and Hard on an C. 11.
From Hardinville to Florence, Ala.
From Harrison to Cottouport via Blue Spring.
From Harrison to Pikeville via Hinson's.
From Harrison to Chattanooga.
From Harrison by Walden's Ridge, Hinson’s and Ste
phen’s Chappel to FiFmore.
From Harrison by Hinson’s to Pikeville.
From Hermitage by Swallow Bluff, on the Tennessee
river to Savannah.
From Huntingdon by McLemore3ville. Shady Grove,
Waterford,Trenton, Gibson's Wells, Quincy, Cageville,
Cherryville and Rusk to Brownsville.
From Huntingdon by Roan's Creek Red Mound, Lex
ington, Middle Fork, Jack’s Creek and Anderson’s Store
From Huntingdon by Hico, Caledonia Flemings,
Christmasville, Pillowviile and Winston to Dresden.
From Huntingdon by Terry, South Carroll, Spring
Creek, Jackson, Medon, Bolivar, Van Buren and Wil
liam’s Store to La Grange.
From Jacksboro’ by Huntsville t^Jaraestown.
From Jacksboro’ by Elk Gap to Williamsburgh.
From Jacksboro’ by Straight Fork. Buffa'o Creek.
Pouch Creek and Wild Cat, Ky., to Whitley C. H.
From Jackson by Mifflin, Jack’s Creek, Mud Creek
and Coffee Landing to Savannah.
From Jackson by Andrews C hapel, Denmark, Black
Oak Grove, Fayette Corner, Championville, Pierce and
Somerville to Moscow.
From Jackson by Mount Pinson, Mifflin and Nero to
From Jasper to Nickajack.
From Jasper by Dadsville, Checksville, Loeney’s
Creek, Copp s Creek and Mount Airy toTFillmore.
From Jonesboro’ to Ash C. H., N C , via El>»ab th-
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From Jonesboro' to Boat Yard via Embree's Iron
From Jonesboro' to Ashville, N. C., via the Walnut
From Jonesboro’ to Newport via Broyle's and Camp
Creek Iron Works
From Jonesboro to Charlotte, N. C.
I rom Jonesboro. Wautauga Bend. Rocky Mount.
Greenfield, White Top and Paperville to Abingdon, Va.
From Jonesboro’ by Cox's Store to Longmire.
From Jonesboro’ by Buffalo Ridae to Gotts Cross
From Kingsport by Clover Bottom, Janies Cross
Roads and Locust Mount to Jonesbero’.
From Kingston by BarnardsviUe. Ton Mile Stand,
bewee, Decatur. Goodfield, Pine Laud. Kincannon’s For
rr, Limestone, Long Savannah and Snosv Hill to Harri
From Kingston by W T rigbtsville, Philadelphia, Rock
ville, lliwassee College, Madisonville and Mount Ver
non to Tellico Plaius.
From Kingston by Gray’s Hill and Wood's Hill to
From Kingston by Emory Iron Works, Morgan Court
House and Boiliug Spring to Jamestown
From Kingston by Welcliers Mills to Robertsville.
From Kingston by Tabor and Erie to Athens.
From Knoxville by Mecklenburg, Flint Gap, Tucka
boe, Greenvale, Daudridge, Oak Grove, Wilsonville,
Newport. Parrottsville and Cedar Creek to Limestone
From Knoxville by Gap Creek, Trundle’s Cress Roads,
Boyd’s Creek. Henry's Cross Roads, Cannon’s Store,
Sevier Court House aud Fair Garden to Wilsonville.
From Knoxville to Danville. Ky, by the most direct
and practicable route.
From Knoxville by Marysville. Four MHe
Madisonville to Athens. f
From Knoxville by I yon’s Store.Vlalloways aud Gal
[aher’s to Kings on.
From Knoxville by Low’s Ferry, Creek
and Morgantown to Mad sonville
From Knoxville by Church Grove Woodbourne, Bull
Run, Hayes and Head of Barren to Tazewell.
From Knoxville by Marysville aud Montvale Springs
to Anderson Court House, S. C.
From Knoxville by Campbell’s Station and Lenoirsto
From Knoxville by Wilson’s, Clinton Ross, jacksbo
ro’. Speedwell, Pleasant and Old Town Cumberland
From Knoxville by Academia, Plains Cross Roads,
Spring House, Rutledge. Bean’s Station, Rocky Spring,
Red Bri.lge, Maible Hall, Rogersville, Yellow Store,
Lyon's Store. New Canton, Kingsport aud Eden's Ridge
From Knoxville by Strawberry Plains. New Market,
Mossy Creek, Panther Springs, Morristown, Russellville,
Bay Mount, Gustaves. Greenville, Henderson's Mills,
Rbeatown, Leesburg, Jonesboro’, Boon’s Creek and Uil
ton to Blountsviile.
From La Fayette by Red Boiling Springs, Clements
ville and Lodi to Celina.
From La Fajette by Meadorville to Hartsville.
From La Fayette by Brook's Tan Yard, Witcher's
Cross Roads and North Spring to Whitleyville.
From La Fayette by Goose Creek and Alton Hill to
From La Grange by Morcow, Colliersville. German
town and High to Memphis.
From La Grange by Wolf River and Mount Comfort
From Lawrenceburg to Waynesboro".
From Lebanon by Shop Spring, Cherry Valley, Three
Forks, Alexandria, Liberty, Smithviile, Sligo, Cassville,
Sparta. Bonair Springs, Clavsville, CrossviDe. Belleville,
Post Oak Springs, Kingston and Hough’s Ferry to Lou
From Lebancn by Mount Carmel. Ward's Cross Roads,
Cainsville, Milton and Las Casas to Murfreesboro'.
From Lebanon by SpriDg and Rome to Carthage.
From Lebanou by Carthage, Livingston. Monroe, Al
bany, Ky., Monticello and Somerset to Stanford.
From Lexington to Carrollville.
From Lexington by Cub Creek Springs to Perryville.
From Lexington by Lessensberry’s, Spain's, South
Carroll, Levinia Hope II ill and Bluff" Springs to Trenton.
From Loudon by ITnitia and Louisville to Marysville.
From Loudon by Philadelphia. Sweet Water, Facility.
Athens, Riceville, Charleston, Cleveland, Red Clay, Ga.
and Hill to Dalton.
From Lynchburg by Gill's Store, Flack's, and Peters
burg to Corner-ville.
From Lynchbmg by Tuckers, Arnold's Store, Shel
ton’s Creek and Hamilton to New Market. Alabama.
From Lynchburg by Jacob Awalt’s to Manchester
From Madisonville to Sweet Water.
From Manchester by Beech Grove. Walkers Mills and
Fairfield to War Trace Depot.
From Manchester by Spring Creek and Pettysville to
From Marshall's Ferry to Hays Ferry.
From Marysville by Clover Hill. Cloyds Creek, Unitia
Morgantown, Rockville and Midway to Athens.
From Marysville by Chilowee, Citico, Ball Play. Bell
town, Tellico Plains. Jalapa and Columbus to Benton.
Fram Mntj.rrllle kj V>ucc WuHicr’o i. ra-Ujkikua
From McMinnville by Irving College and Altament
From Morgantown to Carnesville, Georgia, via Bus
sells Ferry. Chota, Tellico Plains. Beaver Dams and
From Morgantou to Ross’s, on the Tennessee, via
Monroe C 11, Mount Pleasant aud Calhoun.
From Morgan C H to Huntsville in Scott county.
From Morristown to Dandridge
From Mount Pleasant to Waynesboro', via Napier
and Catrons Iron Works, Buckner and Dixons Store.
From Mount Pleasant by Newburg to Palestine.
From Mount Pleasant by Ham,shire, Isom's Store and
Duck River to Ceotreville.
From Mount Vernon by Lee’s Store, Jalapa and
Kimbrough's to Springtown.
From Murfreesboro to Jasper, Marion C H, v’a Hen
derson's Toiever's Store, Beech Grove, Stone Fort.
Ilillsbero’, Pleasant Plains an J Caldwells Bridge.
From Muifreesboro to Franklin via Anthony's Store
and Hardemans Cross Roads.
From Murfreesboro to Wilkinsons Cross Rojds, via
Salem Cross Roads.
Prom Murfreesboro to Gallatin via Lebanon.
From Nashville by MeWhirtersville, Green Hill,
Silver Springs and Coles’s Ferry to Lebanon.
From Nashville by Good Spring, Franklin, White
House. Spring Hill, Columbia, Asbwood, Mount Plea
sant, HenryviHe and Palo Alto to Waynesboro.
From Nashville by Good Spring, Franklin, White
House, Spring Hill, Columbia, Ashwoi d, Monnt Plea
sant, Cass, Laurenceburg. Gieen Hill, Alabama. Lauder
dale Factory and Florence to Tuscumbia.
From Nashville by Chestnut Grove, Charlotte, Wsl
liamsvillle, JVaverly, Camden, and Sandy Ridge to
Fram Nashville by Ridge Post, Cooperstown, Turn
ersville, Port Royal, Clarksville, New Providence.
Ringgold, Oak Giove, Kentucky and Long View to
From Nashvile by Mansker’s, Tyree Springs, Mulloys
Mitchellsvill;, Franklin - Kentucky, and Woobourne,
j to BowliDg Gresn.
From Nashville by La Yergne. Smyrna, Cherry Flat
Murfreesboro. Jordans Valley, Fosterville, War Trace
Depot, Tullahoma, Alisonia, Stevenson and Jonesville
From Nashville by Anadale May/ield aud Wilsons
Cross Roads, to Arrington.
From Nashville by Stewarts Ferry. Rural Hsll. Hud
dlestons Cross Roads, Cainsville and Statesville to Li
From Nashville by Pleasant Retreat, Hendsrsonville.
| Saundersville, Gallatin, Greenwood, Hanna's, ltock
I House, Kemucky, Scottsville. Cedar Spring and Page
ville to Glasgow.
From Nashville by Tank, South Harpetb, Barren,
Bon Aqua and Vernon to Gentreville
j From Nashville by Noleasville. Triune, Jordan's
I Store, Eaglesville, Versailes, Rover, Cnionville and
MeGowansvilie to Sbelbvville.
j From Nashville by Springfield and Adairsville, Ky.,
! to Russelville.
From New - Canton to James Cross Roads.
From Newport to Beans Station via Mouth of Nola
chucky, McFarlands and Morestown.
From Newport to Rutledge via Mouth of Cbucky,
Mossy Creek aud Austin's Ferry,
From Newport to Greenville via Parrotsville and
From New'port to SevierviMe via McNabb's. Corley's
C-eek, Sboult’s and Jones Cove.
From Oime's Store to Washington.
From Paris to Iliokman, Mill Point, Ky.
From Paris to Humphrey, C. H. via Point Mason.
From Paris to Perryville, via Benton C. 11., and Mor
From Paris to South Gibson via Caledonia, Fleming's
Christmasville and Shady Grove.
From Paris to Charlo.te via Point Mason.
From Paris by Sherwood, Barren Hill. Boydsville,
Dukedom, Feliciana, Ky., Wesley and Clinton to Col
From Petersburg by Catalpa Grove, Spring Place,
New r Hope, Belfast, Lewi.-butg. FYimirgtou, Canry
Spring, Chapel Hill aud Rigg s Cross Roads to Jordon's
From Pikeveville by McFair's on Conpasauga via
From Pikeville to Oat's Landing via Loyd’s, Thomas's
Cross Roads, Hanson’s, Kirkland's. Hiiliard's and
From Pikeville to Jasper via the East Side ofSequat
From Pikeville by Smith's Cross Roads, Washington,
Kelly’s Ferry and Decatur to Athens.
From Post Oak Springs by Eagle Furnace and Sul
phur Springs to Washington.
From Pulaski by Fayetteville and Tulahoma to Mc-
JgFrom Pulaski by Shoal Spring, Sugar Creek aud Lex
ington, Ala, to Ingram Cross Roads.
From Pulaski by Vale Mills, Bodenham and Law
renceburg to West Point.
From Purdy by Morse Creek, Jones’ Mills, Metamora
Jonesboro, Miss , and Buckersville to Ripley.
From Purdy by Stantonville, Hamburg, Red Sulphur
Springs, Eatsport, Miss., Waterloo; 4 Ala-, Gravelly
Spring. Oakland and Florence to Tusbumbia.
From Raleigh by Sulpher Well. Loosahatchie, Con
cordia, Sharon and Wesley to Brownsville.
From Raleigh by ltosstown, Portersville, Blooming
ton. Covington, Walnut Post, Ripley, Dry Hill, Cottage
Hill and Double Bridges to Dyersburg.
From Raleigh by Big Creek to Randolhh. • .
From Ready ville to Bradyvllle.
From Rogersville by Anderson's Cross Roads, War
Gap, Kyle’s Ford and Whitesturg, Virginia, to Jones
From Rogersville by Mill Bend. Van Hill, Laurel
Gap, Newmansville and Graysburg to Rh&atowu.
From Rogersville by Lee Valley, Sneedsville. Mul
berry Gap and Yellow Springs to Tazewell.
From Rogersville by St Clair to Russellville.
Market tobStlgi'. TaTnpico ’ Spring ard New M
From Sevier. V. JiuO to Ctnßu’wee.
Quails.own, Bi s | Spi iVg scoft** Orß.t ß v <^ c J ,n “, Lufl J. M
Cat Valley to Pieken'f r n A*"! Worte
From Shelby vi lie to RowsViUe thCar ° ~nR - -M
tS Ki-h “r- *»■> <JX
Item Shelby ville by Richmond. Belfast u it,
Coohran-ville. Coruersville and Richland to I'iTl*
From Shelbvville by Rich Valley C'Onut TTa
Norris Creek. Fayetteville. Goshen and MerOaNm ’
Alabama, to Huntsville.
From Shelbvville to War Tinea Depot
From Shelby\ ille to Pulaskj and Lawrencebur* 1
From Smithviile by Mountain Creek, McMinn villa
.md Rocky River to Spencer, i
Ftoin Smithviile. by Me liunicsville, to Woodbary
‘ : " • > ■■ ■ ug Caney Fork at Month of
Holme-'- Creek to Pekin.
1 roui Somerville by Laurel, Behnont. Sharon an t
Hum Ilill to Covington.
trom S merviUe bv liancvville to Brownsville
SomerviUe by Whiteville aud Cloverport to
From Sparta by Falling Water, White Plains. Oak
riul, Netherland, Livingston. Monro®, Olvmnas
Halo s Mills to Albany. Ky.
From Sparta by Newark, Double ,-prinij Bvrn •
l ekm. Convenient. Carthage. Dixon's Ret ’
ville, Euon College and Cpidillian Springs to"Gallath ”
From Sparta bv Siam, m Pikeville Robertson's Crnsa
From Sparta by Cave, Rock Hand. McMinnviUa M
Rough and Ready, Hickory Creek, Hillsboro and Elk
River to L’eckerd M
From Sparta by White's Salines, Cumberland louti
lute aud Dry Valley to Walnut Grove.
fl>a> ta by Green Tree, Solou aud Bee Creek tuJH
From Springfield to Eddyville, Kentucky via Port
Royal, Clarksville. Palmyra and Steward, C. U
From Springfield to "llaydonsville, Kentucky ii*
Clarkes’s Mills and Cross’s Mills.
From Sycamore by Elisha Clark s aud Brewer's to
From Tazewell by Laac-Bncbannan’s and Caven
Robinson's to Jonesville. Va.
From Taylorsville to Mast’s via Taylorsville, Novth%
Carolina. Roane's Creek, Tennessee, Dougherty's
Baker's Gap and Shady.
From Taylorsville by Baker's Gap. Caster's Iron if*
Works aud Sweet Water, North Carolina, to Suga^K
From Taylorsville by Laurel Fork and Sharp's Cra-i '
Roads to Abingdon. Va.
From Taylorsville by Shady, Ilolsou, Valley and*
Paperville to Sapling Grove, Virginia
F’roni Tellico Plains by Coker Creek. Beaver MiflaJSS!
Murphy. North Carolina, Peach Tree, Hiwasse. Shads--T
Grove Georgia and Xacooche to Clarksville.
From Tobacco Port by Hope, Spotbswood, WilklmJrw
to l’ino Bluff, Kentucky.
From Three Forks by Commerce, Clinton College end
Gordonsville to Carthage. - Sm
F'rom T.entou by Yorkvßle, Chester, Mason Halt si ?-
Troy aud Fremont to Hickman, Kentucky.
From Trenton by Eaton. Friendship, Chesnut Bluff*.
Leasville, Woodville. Rijilev, C. H., and Cane BottomM
From Trenton by Antioch, Locust Grove an! Win
ston to Dresden.
From Trenton via Bluff Springs, Hope Ilill,
South Carroll, Spain’s and Les euberry's to Lexington. 9
From Trenton by Shiloh aud South Gibson, to Jack qBH|
From Troy by Red Foot ane Silver Top to Compro-.
From Trundle’s Cross Roads by Ellejav to Marysville, .m
F’rom Washington by Smith’s Cross itoads and Sail
Creek to Soddy.
From Washington to Oruie's Store.
F'rom Waynesboro by Houston, Pleasant Valley aud .
Lowryville to Flagle Mills.
From Waynesboro by Factor’s Fork. West Point, J
Wayland Springs, FI re’nce, Alabama, Westmoreland,
Cypress Inn and Victory to Waynesboro.
From Waynesboro by Sorby. Smith’s Fork, Engleside
Savannah, Adamsville, Purdy, Rose Creek, Crainesville."
Boliva, Van Buren and William's Store to La Grange. "
From Waynesboro by Clifton Hermitage. Decatur
ville, Lexington. Jqno and Cotton Grove to Jackson.
From Waynesboro by Whitat r's Bluff to Linden.
F’rom Waynesboro by Carroll tlie to Patrick
From Waverly by Buffalo an McGaeeville to Linden.
From Winchester by Ilawkt 1 ■ ville aud Cumberland
From Woodbourne by Academia to Strawberry
F’rom Woodburne by Cedar Ford, Powder Spring Gap
Red Hill and Clear Spring to Thorn Hill. *
From Woodbourne by Racoon Valley, Loy's Cross
Roads and Orai>+u>inro to JacksOoro.
From Woodbourne by Vandegriß s sma moore*s itest
From Wood's by Brodie's Landing, Farmville, Poplar
Spring and Pleasant Exchange to Red Mound.
[to bk continued.]
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THE PROPRIETOR of this Medicine will state,
without hesitation or fear of contradiction,
that the Stampede Mixture has cured more per
sons, where it has been introduced, than any other
medicine in use for the above diseases. This med
icine hss neither Arsenic or quinine in its compo
sition, all of the ingredients are of a perfectly
healthy character and highly stimulating and in
vigorating in their tendency. Persons while using
medicine will not be affected by exposure ta
water or a damp atmosphere no more than when in
their usual health. Planters in sections of the
country where the Ague prevails, will do well to
adopt this medicine, as the patient is not obliged
to lay by while under treatment, and they may be
assured of a speedy ire. The Proprietor could
introduce thousands of certificate.* from those of
the highest respectability, but pr* ers saying to the
Sick buy one bcttle and you w have the infalli- A
bio proof in yourself. Full <' jectiens for its use
accompany each bottle.
For sale at the principal ruggists every where;
wholesale orders must be a
MEAD A BLECfxER,
Sole Proprietors. 98 Broadway, New York.
Agents— Haviland, Risley & Co.. Augusta; S.
S Solomon & Co.. Savannah ; R. C. Carter, Ct»lum-_
bus; Simons, Ruff & Co., Charleston. 1> 'yl2
HATS, CAPS AND BONNETS,
W.M. X. NICHOLS, Successor to J Taylor, Jr. Jg
A Co, opposite the Bank of Augusta, has
the pleasure ofirhunouneing to Merchants visiting
Augusta, tb.qLjiis stock of FATS, CAPS and
BONNETS, forThe Fall Trade, is now complete.
And all those desiring Goods in his line, are in- j
vited to call and examine them, as they will |
sold at prices that cannot fail to please.
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