STOVES, ORATES AND HOUSE FUR
under.igned desire again to cal! thoatten-
L tion of purchasers to their stock of Stoves,
Grates and House Furnishing Goods, generally,
which is now known and universally admitted to
ho much the most extensive in the city. We ave
now in Store a large and general assortment of—
Good Stoves; Office do.; Hall and Parlor do.;
Parlor Urate* 40 different patterns ;
Ranges and Coal Stoves j
Plated and Britannia Ware;
Plain and Bright Tin Ware ;
Fine Table Cutlery; Wood and Willow Ware;
Furnishing Hard Ware; Japanned Ware;
Lifting and Force Pumps, <te., Ac.;
Together with a lull and complete stock of Tin
ners’ Goods, such .us Tin Plate, all kinds; Sheet
Iron; Wire; Block Tjn; Pig Lead; Backet Ears;
Rivets; Sheet Copper ; Sheet Zloc; Press’d Cov
ers, Ac , all of which we offer at wholesale or re
tail, on the most favorable terms.
L. HANCOCK A CO.,
novlO 210 Broad Strec v .
FANCY AND STAPLE GOODS,
OF the vory latest styles and importations, are
now offered for sale by the subscriber at the
very lowest market price, to wit:'
Plain and Fancy Colored Si’ks ; ✓
Extra rich and low priced Plaid Silk ;
Rich Colored aod Black Brocade Silks ;
3-4 and 4-4 real French Black Silks, very glossy ;
OperagFrench Flannels, all colors;
All wool Muslin DeLaines;
Pure Lain* or all wool Plaidt, for Children’s wear;
Fancy Colored and Black Shallys ;
Domestic and English Prints ;
French low priced and super. Prints ;
Plaid and Sprigged Oil Do.;
Jaconet, Lawn and Swiss Embroidered Sleeves ;
Rich Embroidered Chemisette;
Black Alpaca and Canton Cloth*, all prices ;
Ladies’ Silk and Merino Vests ;
French Cremeline and Embroidered Skirts ;
Ladies’ Silk and Wool Sleeves ;
Brown, Blue and Green Barege, for Veils;
6-4 French Merinos, all colors;
4 4 and 5 4 Fancy Plaid Ginghams;
Mourning and Secound Mourning Ginghams ;
Plain, Black and Colored DeLaines;
Ladies’ Mourning Collars and Handkerchiefs ;
Ladies' White ancPlLack Silk Hose;’
Ladies’ do. Do.;
Ladios’ Cotton Hosiery, all colors and prices;
Misses’ do. D>, do. do. do.;
Plain, Hemst tclied, Revicro and Embroidered
Linen, Cambric and Lawn Handkerchiefs;
Real Welsh and other Flannels;
Green, Blue, Rod and Yellow Twilled Flannels ;
English and Domestic C tton Do.;
Bleached aud Brown Linen Table Diaper;
Rich Damask Table Diaper, all widths;
Huckaback, Damask and Bordered Napkins;
Scotch and Russia Diapers;
Gent's Merino Shirts, a'Sorted sizes;
Plain and Embroidered Linen Shirt Bosoms;
12 4 Undressed Irish Linens;
Pillow case Linens and Cottons;
4-4 Irish undressed round thread Linens, warranted
pure and strong bleached ;
4 4 aad 6-4 Plain and Lined Furniture Oil Cloths;
Damask and Colored Doylies;
Tlich Damask Table Cloths, 12-4 and 13-4 ;
Low priced Brown Table Cloths;
Heal French Plano and Table Covers;
Rich and Lxfra Rich Marseilles Quilts;
Domestic and imported Cotton Fringes.
_ “ ov _ 17 J P. SETZK.
PRINTED and Plain Baizes, for Crumb Car
pets and Fioo. Cloths, just received by J P ’
BKTZE, to wit
Low pricod Cotton and Woo! Carpeting;
Low priced ail Woo! Do.;
Sooth Ingrain Wool Carpeting, at 87$ qts.;
“ “ ’* sl.ol>
“ *' “ “ 1.12;
Three Ply “ 1.26
“ “ “ 1.37 J
“ “ # . “ 150
6 4 Green Baize; 6-4 Printed Drugget:
10 4 Printed Drugget; 16-4 do. Do ;
6-8, 3-4, 7 8 and 4-4 Venetian Carpetings, for stairs;
Hearth Hugs, binding and thread to suit the same.
NEW AND FASHIONABLE GOODS.
WM. O. PRICE fc t 0.. Drapers and Tailors,
are now prepared to ext cute any and all or
ders in their line o; business, having this Fall re
ceived an unusual and choice selection of Cloths,
Oassimeres and Vestings, which they will make up
to order in the mo.-t modern and approved style.
Clothing — Our stock embraces all the modern
styles of Garments, got up by the most experienced
Mechanics, and at prices that must ploase all that
V v o have also all other articles in our line of
Busin ’tes, such as llosieiy, embracing all the latest
manufacture; Gloves, do.; Neck Dressing do., and
all the ai*t:clos useful for the Gentlemen’s Ward
tobe. 258 Broad-st. novlO
OHOE FI NDIA'fSS.—A large assortment of ev«
O ery article - in the line, comprising, in part,
French and American Lining Skins, of all colors;
Sheep and Goat Binding Sk ns ; Galloons Lacets <
Webbs Cords; Copper, Zinc and Iron Sparables, 1
Shoe Nails and Tacks, flat and round; evory vari
ety of French Kit and Tools; Boot Trees, and
CrimpS; Lasts: Pegs, Ac., for sale on.accommoda
ting terms at the Saddlery Warehouse of
SHERMAN, JESSUP A CO , i
Late Wright, Nichols A Co.,
No. 239 Broad-st., second door above the Bank
of Augusta. dAf3m sept7
SADDLERY. &c , FALL TRADE, 1854.”
.SHERMAN, JESSUP & C’O.,
(LATE WRIGHT, NICHOLS fc CO ,)
HAVISC increased their facilities, and perfect
ed their arrangements for manufacturing and
importing, are now prepared to exhibit an unusu
ally varied and extensive assortment of Saddles,
Bridles, Harness, Whips, Trunks, Valiees, Carpet
. Bags, in every description of Goods in that line.
Also, a heavy stock of Saddlery Hardware,
€ oach Trimmings, Springs, Axles, Castings, Ac,
which are offered to dealers and manufacturers at
ow prices, and upon their usual liberal terms, for
approved credit. dAf3m sept7
CHAS. A. GREINER.
SHIPPING fc COMMISSION MERCHANT,
Savannah. Ga., will give particular attention
to receiving, and forwarding Merchendise, to the
n terior, by River and Railroad. jc2 6m
'NEGRO blankets" AND CLOTHS.
WILLIAM SHEAR respectfully invites the
attention of Planters te his large Supply of
Negro Bi * n kets and Negro Cioths, wbicb be is
preparing*, sell at very low prices. nov7
AMONTI LOST, and still wo have a large
stock of r>H)ODS on band that we are anxious
to dispose of rt . ’hglesalc or rotail on terms that
can hardlv fail to '•e satisfactory,
L. HANCOCK A CO.,
novl6 210 Broad Street.
SILVER PLATED WARE—A choca lot of
Castor Frames, Spoons, Candle Sticks, Dessert
Forks, Ac., Ac., at L. HANCOCK A CO.
novlG 210 Broad-street.
T¥7 oOfi WARE.—Buc \et*. Tubs. Churns",
VV Wash Boards, Ironing boards, Piggins, Step
Ladders, Brass bound Pails Ac., Ac., at wholesale
or retail, may be found at
L HANCOCK A CO.
novlC 210 Broad-street.
CAGES. —A general assort introt of Japand and
wood Bird Cages, for sale by
L HANCOCK A CO.
covlff _ 210 Broad-street
fpOO MAS V STOVES.— The season is far ad
vaneed and we have a very heavy stock of
Stoves and Grates that we are most particularly
-vjioua to sell. L HANCOCK A CO.
a ‘ nc' Vlfi •»
— V - " EZRA r. MOSES,
C. fM! \S , OS and Forwarding Merchant, Si
* ani h Ua , will pay strict attention to all
“wS D L Iw* I.keV^Bl -R NSi de, | Charleston
“'James AdoerACo, '
Messrs. Hall A Muses, j New. York.
•• Cati.in, Levitt A Cm, » n
Messrs. Purvis, Gludden A C«>*^ ew Orleans.
•« . A. A. Solomons A Co., ■
Messrs. Hall A Moses, Columbus
Savannah, Oct. 25.
f TlßA>r SMITH FLOUR 30 Bb>- [ r ® sh
IJ. ground Hiram Smith Fleur, of New A heat,
received oer steamer, this day landing.
DO v6 THAYER A BUTT
BLUE STUN E.— 2000 hi*, just received by
novl WM II TUTT, Druggist
The Daily Constitutionalist and Republic
'NEW DRY GOODS HOUSE.
OPENING MONDAY, 6TH NOV
THE SUBSCRIBER would respectfully invite the attention of the Ladies of Augusta and vicinity
to the STOCK OF GOODS nowoffarei for their inspection, of which the following aro some of the
J Leading Articles.
BLACK AN D C OLORED SILKS,
; In Brocade, Gros d’Rhine, Grosd’ Afrique.
Satin Duchine, Plain Chameleon.
•Very Rich Satin Plaiisand Brocade in great varie
Alse, Gros d'Naps.
Marcelines Florence and Taffeta Silks, Black,
White and Colored Satins. _
Lupins, Casamers, Merinos and Plain DeLaines,
beautiful assortment ot colors, American and
I reach Fijuroi and Plaid DeLaines, Plaid
Alpaccas,? aid Poplins,Plaid Raw Silks, Wool
EMBROIDERIES AND LACES.
Chemizetts, Habits Puff and Mandarin Sleeves.
Cambric and Muslin Collars of new 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, Gimpcure, Mocklin, and
Valenciene Laces, some beautiful patterns for
Linen and Lisle Edgings, Imitation.
Mecklin and Valoncieno and other styles, compris
ing the largest Assortment over offerer! in Au
CLOAKS, MANTILLAS AND TALMAS of the latest style, Ladies Cloths for Cloaks, beautiful
Shades; Long and Sqr. Plaid Shawls, Plain and Embroidorded Canton Crape Shawls; Cloak and Dress
Trimmings, 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, Linseys,
London Duffil Macinaw and Colored Blaakrts. all prices, which will be sold very low. Terms cash.
J. K. BANCROFT.
novj Three doors above Mclntosh-st, next to Bank of Augusta.
rnmrn HUM)! ©Liraimgc,*
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.
SO 197 BROAD STREET, UNDER THE AUGUSTA HOTEL, AUGUSTA, GA.
J. J. CLAYTON. Dnayl9L A. P. BIGNON.
J. A. VAN WINKLE,
Next door to Georgia Railroad Bank, and one doer below the Hotel, Augusta, Ga.
HAS ALWAYS ON HAND A CHOICE SELECTION OF
Cloths; Cassimeres ;
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
All Goods sold at the above
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*
rnent 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 ana 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- j
Cleaning Rods, Drinking Flasks, Dog Collars,
Hunting Horns, Nipple Wrenches, Ac. Ac.
Pocket and Pen Knives, Razors, Bowie Knives,
Powder, by keg or 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,
short notice. E. H. ROGERS,
FALL AND WINTER READY-MADE
CLOTHING AND HATS.
CLAYTON & BIGNON, under the Augusta
Hotol, have now in Store, (and are receiving
weekly supplies) a large and splendid stock of
Ready-made CLOTING and HATS, finoandcom- j
mon. Also, Bov's and Children’s Clothing. Also, i
a 'good lot of Furnishing Goods, to which they I
respectfully call the attention of citizens and stran- !
N. B. Country Merchants visiting our city, will
find, at our establishment, a largo and varied stock j
to select from, at low prices. sept 13 !
NEW BOOKS— Hermits Dell, from the diary j
of a Pencillor; and Poems and Ballads by j
Gerald Massey, containing the ballad of Babe j
printed from the third London editor, t
with several new poems never before publishod, re
vised and corrected by the author, for sale by
octl3 THOS. RICHARDS A SON.
. —.... i
DRUGS AND MEDICINES.—A full and am
ple supply of Drugs, Medicines, Perfumery,
Paints, Oils, Giass, Ac., Ac. Orders from the coun
try solicited. For sale low for cash by
oct 31 line 217 Broad Street.
SASH, BLINDS AND DOORS.
THE subscriber has just received a large supply
of Sash, (glazed,Gilinds and Doors, of the first
quality, made of Northern pine. All orders for
odd sizes filled at short notice.
may 14 6m J DANF€»RTH. *
AUGUSTA STEAM CABINET MANUFAC
CHARLES A. PLATT respectfully ca’Js the
attention of citizens and others w'siting the
city, to his large and handsome assorticeut 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 trom first
hands, and warranted of the best quality. Con
nected with the above, I have also on hand a splen
did assortment of
Vh : English Velvet Tapestry—Cotton ;
English Brussels “ Hemp,
Extra Three Ply Venetian.
RUGS and DOUR 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 ol this establishment
has been go well known for the last fifteen years,
makeefurther comments unnecessary,
janl2 _ j y
c. a. l7lamae,
Y'l ENERAL .COMMISSION MERCHANT- Sa
VJ vannah, Ga., will give strict attention to the
forwarding of Goods for the interior of Georgia,
Alabama jand Tennessee. i v mayl6
TENNESSEE 8AC0N. — 25,000 lbs Tennessee
Baoon, chiefly Clear Sides, receiving this day.
( nd for sale by a. STEVENS
got 13 lm •-
Plain and Twil’d, Red, all prices.
Ditto in White, Red and White Domestic Welsh,
English and American, all Wool and unshrink
Silk and Wool do , Colored Opera and Salisbury
Flannels, assorted Colors
Black Bombasins, Merinos, Muslin DeLaines and
, ChaFeys, all of Lupin s make and warrant
Real English Bombasine, warranted.
I Black Alpaccas, Paramittas, Canton Cloths, Gin
ghams, Prints, Ac.
LINENS AND LINEN GOODS.
Irish Linens of different makes.
Scotch and Irish Table Damask.
Iluckerbuck and Diaper Towels.
; Damask Table Cloths and Napkins, Crash Dowlas,
Ac-, % &c.
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, l and
and i d 6, Elastic Tops.
Ladies Cashmere, Philoselle, Beaver and Kid Glo
ves, Gents Kid Gloves, Children’s Gloves.
READY-MADE CLOTHING, j
comprising, in part,
Black Dress and Frock Coats;
Blue, Brown, Olive, Green and
Dahlia Frocks and Sacks; Black
and Fancy Cass. Pants; Black and
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,
re Establishment are of the best qua)
JACKSON STREET .HOSPITAL,
AND SURGICAL INFIR MARY FOR NEGROES
THE UNDERSIGNED have deemed it advis
able to add the term “HospitaJ” to their Sur
gical Infirmary, for though the institution is intend
ed principally for cases requiring Surgical Opera
tions and Surgical Treatment, is accommodation
is not entirely restricted to these; —we receive cases
of any nature occurring in the Negro, provided
they are not of an infection s character.
H F. CAMPBELL, M. D.
ROBERT CAMPBELL M. D.
jy26 ts Attending Physician-
WM. K JtETCHEN isassooiated with us i's a
partner in all our concerns from tbis.date.
HAVILAND, HARRAL A RISLEY,
HAVILAND IIARRAL 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 absence trom the State.
My notes and accounts willb' toundat their store.
W. .. 3. KITCHEN.
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
bo pointed out and explained at any time by the
Insurances are taken on single lives, for on*
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 hare,
will be promptly attended to
apr 11 S. 11. OLIVER. Ag’t., Augusta, Ga.
IRON AND BRASS FOUNDRY AND
THE ATHENS STEAM COMPANY are pre
pared to fill orders for a:l 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
kinds of Machinery, cast and finished. They are
casting and keep constantly on hand, Gin Gearing
and Iron Fencing of various patterns, Firo Dogs,
Plough Castings, Wagon Boxing, Ac.
They are also prepared to fill orders for Boilers,
Tanks' Ac. Repairing of all kinds of Machinery
promptly oxecuted. Their portable iron Saw Mills
are surpassed by none.
Whilst they are grateful to former patrons, their
experionco and facilities, with their work furnished
in as cheap, substantial and workman-like man
ner, as can be had any where South, enables them
to anticipate a large share of public patronage.
ROSS CRANE, Agent.
R. NICKERSON, Super’t.
N. B. Cash paid for old copper, brass, and heavy
iron castings. dAc6m jel7
HOUSE, SIGN AND ORNAMENTAL
THE subscribers would respectfully inform the
citizens of Augusta that they have commenc
eJ business, in the above line, at their shop, on
the South side of Broad Street, 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. 11. Goodrich,
John Bones, J. W. Davies, Robert F. Poe, 11. H.
Gumming, Isaac Henry, James Harper, George
Young, George H. Crump, D. B. Dr. I P.
Garvin, F. Lamback, J. Davison, A Swarp, and
Drs. H. A R. Campbell. E. BAKER A CO.
may 23 6m
SALT OF LEMONS.
fIIHIS SALT is infinitely preferable to any other
J. preparation for immediately tnkinglronMoulds
ink spots, red white, and stains of any kind, out of
lace, mU3lin, 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
whon quite new. Price 25 cts, per vial, and for
ale by WM, HAINES, Druggist,
Nov 4 Augusta.
AUGUSTA, GA.. TUESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 28, 1854
White and Colored Shirts;
.Silk, Merino and Cotton
Uiider Garments ; Cravats ;
all kinds of Gloves ;
Half Hose; Stocks ;
Uollara ; Suspenders;
and everything useful for
dities, and will be sold cheap.
J. A. VAN WINKLE.
LAWS OF THE UNITED STATES.
(Public No. 72 )
AN ACT to establish certain post roads.
Prom Abscota to Pine Creek.
From Adrian to Parkers Corners in Lenawee county.
From Adrian by Fairfield and Lyons to Ottakee
From Adrian by Rome, Mendon, Addison, Wheatland,
Centre, Adams and Nortn Adams to Joiee-ville.
From Adrian by Rome, Centre, Syringville, Cam
bridge and Brooklyn to Napoleon.
From Adrian by Tecnmseh, Clinton. Maucnester and
Napoleon to Jackson.
From Ada by Smyrna, Alton and Vergennes to Otisco.
From Albion to Homer.
From Ailegan by Holland to Grand Haven.
From Allegan by Trowbridge, Cheshire, Blooming
dale and Waverly to Pawpaw.
From Allegan by Pine Plain and M,*nlius to Sauga
From Allegan to Pawpaw.
From Almont by Dryden, Amboy and Etna to Farm
From Ann Arbor by Webster. NorthSeld, Hamburgh
and North Hamburgh to Howell.
From Battle Creek by Climax Prairie. West Climax
Pavilion, Brady, Schoolcraft, Prairie Konde, Decatur,
Little Prairie Ronde and Picketts Corners to La
From Battle Creek by Bedford, Johnstown, Bristol
ville, Baltimore, Hastings, Irving, Middievi.lle, Caledo
nia and Whitneysville to Grand Rapids.
From Battle Creek by Abscota and Union City to
From Battle Creek by YorkviUe, Richland. Prairie
ville, Fulton. Yankee Springs, Middlevllle, Caledonia
and Whitnevsville to "Grand Rapids.
From Bellevue by Kalamo and Vermontville to South
Cass., -v, < •
Fromßlissville by East Ogden and West Ogden to Fair
From Bridgeport by Frankenmuth and Worth to
From Brighton by North Brighton. Hartland and
Tyrone to Fentonville.
From Bronsons Prairie to Orlanda, la.
From Brooklyn by Columbia,Liberty,South Jackson
and Bennetts Corners to Spring Arbor.
From Brownstown by Woodville, Huron, Romulus,
Belleville and Rawsonville to Ypsilanti.
From Camden by Morganville, Bird. Attica, Morenchi
Chesterfield, Lyons, Metamera and Riga to White
From Cassapolis by Edwardsburg and Aiiamsville to
From Charlotte by Chester and South Cass to Bos
From Charlotte by Carlisle, Bellevue, Verona and
Penfield. to Battle Creek.
From Charlotte by Chester, Roxana and Danby, to
From Clayton by Canandaigua and Medina to Mo
From Clayton by Dover to Seneca.
From Clinton by Benton, Salem and Pittsfield to
From Columbus by Memphis, East Berlin and West
Berlin to Almont.
From Constantine by White Pigeon to Three Rivers.
From Corunna by Humphrey Wheelers iu New Ha
ven to Chesanning.
From Corunna by Owasso, Chesanning and St-
Charles to Saganaw.
From Croton by Grand Taverse and Mackinaw to
Sault St. Marie
From Dexter by Ingraham Centre to Masou in Ingra
From Dexter by Unadiila, Stoekbridge and Ingham
From Dexter by Base Lake, Pinckney, East Marion
and Marion to Howell. •
From Decatur Station by Little Prairie Ronde, Mar
eellus, Union and Flowerfield Centre to Three Rivera.
From Detroit by Ecoree, Trenton, Gibraltar, Browns
town. Newport, Brest, Meuroe, La Sal le,Erie and Man
hattan to Toledo.
From Detroit to Cleveland.
From Detroit on the Plymouth Plauk Road, through
the townships of Greenfield, Red ford, Livonia and Ply
mouth to Northville,
From Detroit to Sault St. Marie.
From Detroit by Dearbornville, Wa>ae, South Ply
mouth, Ypsilanti, Ann Arbor, Scio, Dexter, Chelsea,
Franciscoville, Grass Lake, Leoui, Michigan Centre,
Jackson. Barry, Gidley's Station, Albion, Marengo.
Marshall, Ceresco. Battle Creek, Charleston, Galesburg,
Comstock, Kalamayno, Paw Paw, Mat taw at), Lawtou,
Decatur, Dowagiac, Niles, Buchanan. Dayton, New Buf
falo and Michigan City la. to Chrg&go, 111.
From Detroit by Roseville, Mount Clemens, New Ha
ven. fjlair and Macks Place to Port
From Detroit by the Plank Road, Mount Clemens
and Almont to Lapeer.
From Detroit by Royal Oak and Birmingham to
From Detroit by Greenfield, Bedford, Plank Road,
Farmington, Novi, Ilicksvilte, New Hudson,.Kensing
ton, Brighton. Genoa, Ilowell, Fleming, FowTersville,
Phelpstown, Williamstown and Sanford to Lansing.
From Dewitt by Binguam and Greenbush to Duplain.
From Dewitt by Riley and Westphalia to Maple.
From Dowagiac by La Grange, Ca9sopolis, Vandalia,
Newburg and Three Rivers, to Oeutreville.
From Dundee by Suminerfield and Lambertsville to
From Dundee to Summer-field.
From Eagle River by Beasley’s Torch Lake, Portage
Lake and Houghton to Portage Entry.
Grom Elkhart to Goshen.
From Farmington by North Farmington, West 8100m
.,5e1d and Pine Lake to Pontiac.
i’rora Flint by Genesee, Thetford, Pine Run, Bridge
port Bridgeport Centre and East Saganaw to Saganaw.
FrojTa Fredonia by Limo and Chelsea to Sylvan.
From Goodrich by Davisonville, Davison Centre,
Richfield. Forrest, Vassar, Fraokonhielf and Bloomfield
to Lower Saginaw.
From Gra.id Haven by Muskegon, White Lake, Pent
water, Perie and Point Sauble to Manisteen.
From Grand Haven to Milwaukie.
From Grand itapids by Austerlitz, North Carmon,
Courtland ond Oa to Greenville.
From Grand Rap ids to Croton in Newago County.
From Grand RapLls by Indian Creek, Pleasant, Pint
lers Corners, Casnovfa and Newoga to Croton.
From Grand Rapids by Grand ville, Tallmadge, Steeles
Landing, Polkton. Ottawa Centre, Crockery Cieek,
Nortonville and Mill Point to Grand Haven.
From Grand Rapids by Grandville, Georgetown, Al
lendale and Ottawa to Grand Haven.
From Grand Rapids by Loomisville, Berlin, Wright
and Ravenna to Muskegon.
From Grand Bapids by Grandville to Holland.
From Grand Rapids by Austerlitz, Cannonsburg,
Bostwick. Lake, Grattan and Otisco to Greenville.
From Green Bay by Little Bay, No Queh. Esconabee
River, Carp River, Keeßenan Bay, Eagle River, Eagle
Harbor and Copper Harbor to Lake Superior.
From Groveland by Holly Mills, Holly Rose, White
- Lake and Highland to Kensington.
From Groveland by Holly Rose, Highland and Mil
ford to New Hudson.
From Hastings by Alto to Flat River.
From Hastings to Woodland.
From Hastings to Galesburg.
• From Hillsdale by Ransom, Wood's Corners, and Cass
From Howell by Oak Grove, Deer Creek, Tuscola.
Burns and Fremont to Siawassee.
From Howell by Marion, Josco, Middletown and
W nite Oak to Ingham,
From Hudson by Cass and Domestick, Ohio, to West
From lonia by Wheatland and Otisco to Greenville.
From lonia by Boston South Boston and Carlton to
From lonia by Avon, Rix, Flat River and Ada
to Grand Rapids.
From Jackson by Spring Arbor, Concord. Pulaski and
Scipio Centre to Jonesviile,
From Jackson by Tompkins, Otter Creek, Eaton
Rapids and Eaton to Ch irlotte.
From Jackson by West Rivers, Aurelius, Leslie, Eden
Mason and Delhi Centre toLansing.
From Jackson by SouthJackson, Liberty Mills, Somer
set. Aeddison and Rollin to Hudson.
From Jackson by South Henrietta, HensietU, Bunker
Hill and Felts, to Mason.
From Jenesville by Litchfield, Litchfield, Homer and
Eckford to Marshall.
From Kalamazao by Ynouski to Yankee Springs.
From Kalamozoo by Waverly, Breedsville, Hunter,
South Haven, Ganges and Johnson's to Newark.
From Kalmazoo to Richland.
From Kalmazoo by Martin, Bradley, Wayland, Cuba,
and Paris to Grand Rapids.
From Kalamazoo by Vicksburg, Park Reserve and
Centreville to Sturgis.
From Kalamazoo by Portage, Schoolcraft and Flow
erfield to Three Rivers.
From Kalamazoo by Cooper, Pl&inwell, and Otsego
From Lakeville by Oxford, Brandon and Eagle Lake
From Lakeville by Fillmore to Almont.
From Laneville by Mount Pleasant, Romeo, Ray, Ar
media and Richmond to Columbus
From L'Anse by Ontonagon and Points to Fond du
Lac in MinuesotafTerritory.
From Lansing by Windsor, Eaton Rapids,Springport
Clarence ane Rice Creekte Marshall.
From Lansing by Alverson, Woodhull, Ferry and
From Lansing by Delta. Grand Ledge, Mad Creek,
Danby and Sibewa to South Casa.
From Lansing by Eagle, Portland, Maple and Lyons
Erom Lansing bv Oneida. Chester, Vermontviile.
Merritt, Hastings. Glass Creek, Gun Lake, Bradley,
Fogo and Proctor to Allegan.
From Lansing by West Windsor, Charlotte, Walton,
and Olivet to Marshall.
From Lansing by Dewitt, Laiusburg, Enterprise and
Hartwellville to Byron.
From Lapeer by Lathrop’s Mills, Oregon, Neven's
Mills, Marathon, Hay's Mills and Fourt to Pine Run.
From Lawton to Paw Paw.
From Lexington by Bark Shanty, Cherry Creek,
Forestville, Chase's Mills, Elm Creek, Whitcomb's
Mills and Brakeman's Mills to Point Aux Barques.
From Locks Station by Burr Oak and Oporto to Centre
From Lyons by Fair Plains, Ronald Centre and North
Plains to Greenville.
From Manchester to Chelsea.
__ From Manchester to Grass Lake
From Marquette* by L’Anc# to Bagla Riv*r.
| From Marquette by tittle Bayde Noquet to Greea
, Frem Marshall by North Marshall, Bellrue, South
Assyria, Assyria, Maple Grove, Castleton and Hastings
i to Middleville.
, From Marshall by Teconsha, Burlington, Union
City, Sherwood, Leonidas, Nottaway, Centreville and
Florence to Constantine.
From Marshall by Teconsha and Girard to Gold
j From Marshall by Cedar Lake, Newton and Culver to
From Menominee River to Keewenaw Point. Lake
From Milford by Williamsville, Rridgeville Horse,
Cross Roads—Federalsburg and East New Market, Md.,
From Minnesota Mine to mouih of Ontanagon River.
From Minnesota Mine along the Mineral Range by the
Forest and Norwack Mines to Lake Agoyiber.
From Monroe by Grafton, Exeter, Oakville, and Point
Creek to Ypsilanti.
From Monroe by Dunkirk, to Buffalo.
From Monroe by Flat Rock, Taylor, Brownstown
and Dearbonvitle to Detroit,
From Monroe by East Raisinsville, North Raisins
ville, London, Milan, York, Saline, and Lodi, to Ann
From Monroe by Ida, Summerfield, and Deerfield to
From Moreuci by Gorham, Mill Creek, Domestic,
West Unity and Lockport to Evansport.
From Moscow by Somerset, Wheatland and Pittsford,
From Mount Clements by Vienna, Rry and Ray Centre
.Frone+SJount Clemens to Romeo in Macomb County
via the Plank Road.
From Mount Clements by Littles and Ira to Algonac.
From Niles by Berrien Springs to St. Joseph.
From Ontonagon to the South-east quarter of section
eleven—township Forty-nine, range forty-one in the
County of Ontonagon.
From Otsego by Watson, Dorr and Bryant to Grand
From Owasso by Rush to Chesaning.
i'rom Owasso by Bennington, Middleburg, Victor,
Bengal, Dallas and Stogy Creek to Lyons.
From Owasso by Hall, Duplin, Greenbush, Essex and
Matherton to Lyons.
I'rom Paw Paw by Lawrence, Arlington, Breedsville
and Hunter to South Haven.
From Paw l’aw by Prospect Lake, Hamilton, Keelers
ville, Bainbridge and Millbury to St. Joseph.
From Pine Run in Genessee County to Arbela Centre
in Tuscola County.
From Pinckney by Plainfield. White Oak and Wheat
field to Williamstown.
F’rom Plymouth by Brodina and Superior to Ann
From Portage Lake to La Anse Bay.
From Pontiac by Waterford Centre, White Lake
Rose, Fentonville, Tyrone. Linden, Argentine, Byron
Vernon, Shiawassee and Corunna to Owasso.
F’rom Pontiac by Ball Mountain, New Canadaigua,
Oxford, Metamoro and Farmer's Creek to Lapeer.
F’rom Pontiac by Water!ordCentre. Commerce. Mil
ford, Highlaud, Ilartland and Occola Centre to Howell.
F’rom Pontiac by Waterford, Austin, Clarkson,
Springfield, Grovelaud, Stony Run and Grand Blanc to
From Pontiac by Mahopack, Jersey, Brandon, Camp
bell’s Corners, Rural Vale to Farmer’s Creek.
From Pontiac by Clarkston, Eagle Lake, Goodrich.
Davidsonville, Davidson Centre. Rushfield, Forest and
Vassar to Lake Saginaw.
From Pontiac by Auburn, Troy, Plumb Brook, Utica,
and Sackets to Mount Clemens.
F’rom Pontiac by Straits Lake, Walled Lake. South
Lyons and Gravel Run to Ann Arbor.
From Port Huron by Burchville to Lexington.
From Quincy to Alleghaney.
From Quincy by Butler and Clarendon to Huron.
From Reading by Edinburg, Clear Lake, Indiana, to
From Rochester by Mount Vernon and Mere to
From Romeo by Pinery* Scottvile, Albertsonville,
Brockway, Lynn and Merrillsville to Port Huron.
From Royal Oak by Troy, Rochester, and Oakland to
F’rom Royal Oak by Big Beaver, Utica, Shelby,
Washington and Romeo to Almont.
From Saganaw by the Eastern Side of the lower Pen
insula aud Duncan on Sbeboygan Bay to Mackinac.
From Saginaw to Grand Traverse Bay.
F’rom Saginaw by Duncan and Mackinaw to Sault Ste
Marie. ’ *
F’rom Saline by Union District, Bridgewater, Silver
Lake and Sharon to Grass Lake.
From Saugatuck to South Haven.
From Sault St Marie by Mackinaw and Duncan to
F’rom Sault St Marie to Ontonagon.
F'rom Sault St Marie to Fort Wilkinson Lake Superior
From Sault St Mane by Grand Island to Marquette
From Shiawano. Wisconsin, by Mouth of the On
tanogon River, Michigan, Forks of Ontanogon, Minnes
ota, Adventure, Aztic, Douglass, Houghton and Algon
quin Mines, Houghton on Portage Lake, Eagle River
and Eagle Harbor to Copper Harbor.
From Shiawassee by North Vernon, Swarz, Creek,
Crockersville, F’lint aud Kearsley’s to Lapeer.
F’rom St Clair by China, Belle River and Cottrellville
From Stoney Run by Goodrich, Davidsonville and
Hadley to Farmer’s Creek.
From Southfield by Franklin to Birmingham.
F’rom South Haven to Saugatuck at the month of
Kalamazoo in Allegan County.
From Swartz Creek in Genessee County by Gaines to
From Tecumseh by Tipton, Springville, Cambridge,
Woodstock, Somerset and Moscow to Jonesville.
From Tecumseh by Ridgeway Ridge and York to Yp
F’rom Toledo, Ohio, by Whitfield, Ottawa Lake, Riga
Blissfield, Michigan. Palmyra, Adrian, Clayton, Hud
son, Florida, Hillsdale, Jonesville, Sylvanus, Quincy,
Coldwater Branch, Batavia, Bronson’s Prairie, Locks
Station, Sturgis. White Pigeon, Bristol, Elkhart. Indiana
Mishawka, South Bend, Laporte, Coffee Creek and Calu
met to Chicago, Illinois.
From Wayne by Nankin, Plymouth and Mead's Mills
F’rom Wayne by Romulus, Centre and Huron to
From West Rives by Aurelius to Delhi Centre in Ing
From White Pigeon by Mottviile, UnioD, Adamsville,
Edwardsburg, Niles, Cottage Hill, Indiana and Terre
Coupe to Hudson.
From Warnerville by Oak Plains to Brighton.
From Ynouski by Orangeville Mills to Yankee Springs
From Albion by Springfield Mills, Northfort, Wal
cott's Mills, Marcy, Fly Creek and Ontario to Lima.
From Albion to Suann.
F’rom Alexandria by Frostsvilie, Independence and
Jones’ Mill to Jerome.
From Anderson by Prosperity to Alexandria.
From Andersonville by Richland Milroy, Moscow and
Blue Ridge to Shelby ville.
From Attica by Rainsville, Andrew Hixon's and Pine
Grove to Milford, Illinois.
From Auburn by Fairfield Centre, Turkey Creek and
Salem Centre to F’iint.
From Aurora by Wilmington, Sparta, Moor’s Hill,
Milan and Prattsburg to Delaware.
From Aurora by Wilmington, Sparta, Moor’s Hill,
Milan and Prattsburg to Delaware.
F’rom Aurora by Wilmington, Sparta, Moor’s Hill and
Stringtown to Versailles.
From Bainbridge by Groveland, New Maysville,
North Salem and Jamestewu to Lebanon.
From Bedford by Pinhook, Leesville, Woodville to
From Bedford by Bryantsville, Trinity Springs aud
Dover Hill to Mount Pleasant.
From Bethlehem by New Washington and Oregon to
From Bloomfield by Linton to Carlisle.
F'rom Boonsbovough to Lebanon via F’ayette and
F’rom Boonville by Crowville. Polk Patch to Uunt
F'rom Bowling Green by Belle Air, Anguilla, Lewis
and Busraen Mills to Carlisle.
From Bowling Green by Jourdan Village and Santa
Fe to Gosport.
From Bowling Green by liausortown to Port Com
From Bowling Green by Plunge Creek, Lewis and
Siloa to Carlisle.
From Bowling Green to Brazil.
From Bradford by West Bedford, Buffalo, Pulaiki,
Winnamac. North Bend, Yellow River, Sligo, Bliss
ville, North Liberty and Sumption Prairie to South
From Bradford (or Monon) by Cathcart to Rons
From Bremen, Ohio, by Fort Recovery, Porttand|and
Camden to Hartford.
From Brownstown to Seymour.
From Brownstown to Rockford.
F'rom Brownstown by Houston to Bloomington.
From Brownstown by F’reetown, Milo and Christians
burg to Nashville.
From Brookville by Wynn, Mount Carmel. Philan
thropy, Ohio, Tariff and Paddy 's Run to Ross
From Brookville by Blue Creek, South Gate, St Leon,
Kelso, Logan aud Bright to Laurenceburg.
From Brookville by Oak F’orrest Jennings, Olden
burg and Rossburg to Wintersville.
From Brookville by Blue Creek, St. Peters, Hermau,
Milan and Stringtown to Versailles.
From Brookville by Oak F’orest, Jenning's,Oldenburg
Rossburg to Greensburg.
From Bruin’s Cross Roads by Bethany and Russell’s
Mills to Covington.
From Bloomington by White Hall, Spencer. Van
dalia, Bowling Green, Christie’s Prairie and Wauhoo
to Terre Haute.
F’rom Bloomington by Stamford and Salisbury to
From Bloomington by White Hall to Point Com
From Bluffton by Nottingham, Penville, New Mount
Pleasentand Deerfield to Winchester.
From Burlington by New London to Kokomo.
From Cambridge by Jacksonburg, Hegarstown, Dalt
on, Blountsville, New Burlington, Muncietown, Anth
ony, Wheeling, Trask and Jonesboro to Mariou.
From Cambridge to Hagarstown.
From Cambridge by Milton, Cormersviile. Everton,
and Blooming Grove to Brookville.
From Carlisle by Linton to Worthington
From Carlisle by Black Creek. Marco, Buck, Newbury
Scotland, Pleasant Ridge, Owensburg and Springville
From Cartersburgh by White Lick. Danville, New
Maysville. Carpentersville Bainbridge, Portland Mills.
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! Ilollandsburg, Hockrilte, Armiesburg. and Montezuma
j to Highland.
From Charleston by Sylvan Grove. Blue Lick, Ches
nut Hill, South Boston, Salem. Texas. Bono, Lawrence
port and Spring Mills to Bedford.
From Centreville by Green’s Fork, Fconomy and
Trenton to Winchester.
j From Centreville by Bloomingport to Lynn.
From Charleston by Jeffersonville to Louisville,
From Charleston by Hubbard, Vienna, Clarksboro,
Little York and Tampico to Brownstown.
From Cincinnatus by Stilesville to Mount Washing
From Clarksburg by New Salem, Rushville, Sraelser’s
Mills and Raleigh to Lewisville
From Clark's Hill by Lauramie and Concord to Rom
From Clinton Lock by Clinton. Indiana, Furnace,
Indiana, Baldwinsville, Illinois to Paris.
From Coffee Creek bv Valparaiso, Porter Cross Roads
; Boon Grove, Hebron Outlet, West Creek, Cedar Lake,
Hickory Point, Winfleld, Deep River and Fillmore back
to Coffee Creek.
From Colfax by Frankfort to Michigantown.
From Columbia by Pampana to Wolf Lake.j
From Columbus by Taylorsburg, Nashville and
Unionville to Bloomington.
From Columbus by Jonesville to Rockford.
From Columbus by Moor's Vineyard, Mount Healthy
Milo, Mooney and Hettonville to Bedford.
From Connersville by Harrisburg to Bentonsville.
From Carydon by Sharps Mills to Leavensworth.
From Crawford by Independence and Pine Village to
. From Crawfordsville by Wayneston, Hillsboro and
Coles Creek to Covington.
From Crawfordsville by Ladoga to New Maysville.
From Crawfordville by Pleasant Hill, Newtown, Rob
Roy and Attica to Williamsport.
From Crawfordsvillle by Darlington. Thornton and
Ree’s Mills to Kirk’s Cross Roads.
From Crawfordsville by Greencastle, Ladoga and
Carpentersville to Brainbridge.
From Crown Point by Merrillsville and Hobart to
From Deerfield by Ridgeville, Emmettsville, Fai-i
View, Albany. Granville and Royton to Wheeling.
From Deerfield by Boundary and Salamonia to Fort
From Defiance by Brunersburg, Parmer, Milo, New
ville, Mount Hope, f Auburn, Richland Centre, Lisbon,
Irving and Albion to Noble Iron Works.
From Delaware by Prattsburg, Milan, Moor's Hill.
Chesterville and Sparta to Wilmington.
From Delphi by Camden, Carroll, Crittenden, Galves
ton, Kokomo, Vermont, Greenturn, Jerome and Slash
From Delphi to Pittsburg.
From Dublin by New Lisbon and Davon to New
From Elizabethtown, Ohio, by Harrison, Indiana
Dremersburg, Philanthropy, Ohio, Mixervilje, Indiana
Contreras. College Corner* Ohio, Goodwin’s Store to
Beechy Mire, Indiana.
From Elizabethtown—by Burusvillelßock Creek and
Sardinia to West Point.
From Elkhart by Bango, and Mount Olive to Lock.
From Edinburg by Smithland, Shelbyville, Manilla
and Swenehart to Rushville.
F'rom Edinburgh by Nineveh, Hensley and Morgan
town to Martinsville.
F’rom Evansville to. West Franklin.
F’rom Evansville bv Sandersville, Warrenton, York,
Princeton, Patoka and Docker's Ferry to Vincennes..
From Evansville by Newburg Lee, Boonville aDd
Midway to Rockport.
F’rom Evansville by Parker's Settlement and Blair
ville to New Harmony.
From Evansville by West Franklin to Mount Vernon.
F’rom Evansville by St. Wendell’s to Cinthiana.
From F'airmont to Jerome.
From Flint to Orland inStenben County.
F'rom Florence to War&w.
F’rom Fort Wayne by Ell River, Cberubusco, Green,
Wolf Lake, Burr Oak, Noble, Albion, Liganier, Benton,
and Goshen to Elkhart.
From F’ort Wayne by Rochester, Rensselaer, Lacon,
111., Toulon. New Boston. Toatsboro, Wapello, Wash
ington, Oskaloosa, ludianola and Winterset to Council
From F’ort Wayne by Perry, Butler, Auburn, De
Kalb, Hamilton, Steubenville, Angola, Crooked Creek,
Kinderhook, (Michigan.) and Ovid to Old Water.
From Fort Wayne by Perry. Swan, Avilla, Lisbon,
Kendallville, Marseilles, South Milford, Mount Pis
g ih, MoutgoquiDuong, Ontario and Lima to Sturge’s,
From Fort Wayne, by St. Joseph's, Harlan and Halls
Corners to Hicksville.
F’rom Fort Wayne by Poughkeepsie, Peeble, Decatur,
Canoper, Limber Lost, Bear Creek, Joy Court House,
Bluff Point and Deerfield to Winchester.
From Fort Wayne by Warring and Troy Settlement
to L berty Mills, in Wabash county.
trout Fort Wayne by Zanesville, Markle, Warren and
Green bush to Marion
From Fort Wayne by New Haven, Antwerp, Ohio,
Junction, Defiance, Milldale, Florida, Napoleon, Du
rand, Texas, Providence, Walervelle and Maumee City
From F’ort Wayne by Haller's Corners, Churubusco,
Merrien, Wolf Lake, Noble, Albion. Legonier and Ben
ton to Goshen.
From Fort Wayne, Taw Taw and Coesse to Whitly
From Fort Wayne by Cedar, Leo, Spencerville, New
ville and Panama, Ohio to St. Joseph’s.
F’rom Fort Wayne by Ossean to Bluffton
From Frankfort by Berlin and Tetersburg to Tipton.
From Frankfort by Rei s Mills, Lebanon and James
town to Danville.
From Franklin by Trafalgar and Morgantown to Mar
F’rom F’rankiin by Far West, Mooresville, Monrovia
and Stilesville to Springtown.
F’rom Free port by Nicholas, Kerns and L. J. Reeves
to Pleasant View.
F’rom Gentryville to Ferdb and.
F’rom Goshen by Middlebury to White Pigeon.
From Goshen by New Paris and Locke to Plymouth.
F’rom Greencastle by Grubb’s Mills, Portland Mills,
Bellinore, Rockwell aiyl Armiesburg to Montizuma.
From Greencastle by Eberle, Bainbridge, New Mays
ville and North Salem to Jamestown.
From Greencastle by Brunnerstown and Mansfield to
From Greencastle by Russellville, Waveland and
Jacksonville to Covington.
F’rom Greencastle by Putnamville Cateract and Cuba
F’rom Greenfield by Mount Comfort, Germantown,
Lawrence, Millersville and Broad Ripple to Augusta.
From Greenfield hy Harrington Columbus, Pendleton
and Mendon to Eden, in Hancock county.
F’rom jreensburg by Millhousen, Napoleon, Delaware,
North Hogan, Manchester, Wright’s Corners, Law
renceburg, Elizabethtown, Ohio, Cleve’s Dry Ridge and
Cheviot to Cincinnati.
From Greensburg by Kingston Spring Hill, Williams
town and Moscow to Milroy.
From Greonsburg by Clifty, Ilartsville, Hope and
Newbern to Columbus.
From Greensburg to Rushville.
From Hagerstown by Dalton, Lorentiville, Hwetts
Wind, or, Parker, Fairview and Quincy to Camden.
From Hagerstown by Unionsport to Macksville.
From Hamilton by Richland, York, Clear Lake, Cam
den to Reading, Michigan.
F’rom Hartford by the most direct road to Warren.
F’rom Harrison by Logan, Keise, New Alsace and Cork
to North Hogan.
From Huntington by the Plank road to Liberty Mills.
From Huntington by Maysville, Warren, Montpelier,
Blackford and FVanville to Mannaietowu.
F’rom Huntington by Tiacy, Murray, Bluffton, Not
tingham, Pennvllle, New Mount Peasant, Deerfield.
Mount Holly, Hill Grove, (Ohio) and Mount Heron to
F’rom Indianapolis by New Bethel, Pleasant View,
Brandywine, Shelbyville, St. Omer, Greensburg, Her
man, Cook, Guilford and Lawrenceburg to Cincinnati,
F’rom Indianapolis by Bridgeport, Plainfield, Carters
burg, Bellville, Clayton, Pecksburg, Morrisville, Cin
cinnatus. Coatsviile, Greencastle, Putnamville, Man
hattan, Reelsville, Harmony, Brazil, Stanton, Van Bu
ren and Cloverlaad to Haute.
From Indianapolis by Castleton, Noblesville, Cicero.
Arcadia, Shieldville, Tipton, Sharpsville,Kokomo, Pleas
ant Spring, Wawpecong and Palos to Peru.
From Indianapolis by Zionsville, Whitestown, Leba
non, Thornton Colfax, Clarks Hill and Barker's Corners
From Indianapolis by Southport, Greenwood, Worth
ville, F’rankiin, Amity, Ediuburg, Taylorsville, Colum
bus, Elizabethtown, Gannonsville, Scipio, Greenville,
Vernon, Dupont and North Madison to Madison,
F’rom Indianapolis by Broad Ripple Carmel, Eagle
town, Boxley, Normanda and Alto to Kokomo
From Indianapolis by Augusta, Eagle Village. North
field, Kirk’s Cross Roads. Michigantown, Middlefork,
Burlington, Carroll and Deer Creek to Logansport.
From Indianapolis by Greenfield. Knightstown, Rays
ville. Lewisville, Dublin, Cambridge, East Germantown
and Eaton, Ohio, to Dayton.
F om Indianapolis by Clermont, Brownsburg, Pittsbo
ro!, Jamestown, New Ross and Mace to Crawfordsville.
F'rom Indianapolis by Mooresville to Monrovia.
From Indianapolis by Hampton, Danville, New Win
chester, New Maysville, Bainbridge,. Portland Mills,
Rockville and Armiesburg to Montezuma.
F'rom Indianapolis by Olive,Glen’s Valley, Far West,
Martinsville and Bryant’s Creek to Bloomington.
From Indianapolis by Sugar Creek, Kinder ,Davisville,
Morristown and Beech Grove to Rushville.
From Jasper by Ferdinand and F’uldorio Troy.
F'rom Jasper by Alferdville to Mount Pleasant.
From Jasper by Iluniingbuig, Dale, Gentryville and
Oakland to Rockport.
From Jerome by West Liberty, Balia and Xebloes to
From Jeffersonville by Hamburg. Vienna, Newry,
Seymour, Rockford, Jonesville, Wayuesville, Wailes
boro and Columbus to Edinburg.
From Cannelton to Anderson.
From Kirks Cross Roads by F’raukfort, Kilmore Itoss
ville and Prince William to Delphi.
From Kirk’s Cross Roads byeßoxley and Cicero to
From Knightstown by Carthage, Morristown and
Freeport to Shelbyville.
From Knightstown by Spiceland, Greensboro, Cad iz,
Mechanicsburg and Ovid to Anderson.
From Knox to River.
From Laconia by Elizabeth, Coryden. New Salisbury,
Bradford Greenville,Mt Eden Church and Martinsbunr
From Lafayette by Americas, Delphi and Lockport
From Lafayette by Rossville, Steam Mills, Middle
Fork, Russiavflie, Richardsvilte. New London aud Alto
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articles too tedious to mention, Prescriptions put
up with care and dispatch, everyday and night in
the week. Give us a call, one and all, Broad street,
Augusta, upper part of the city. dec 15
JOHN P. KELLOGG & Co., '
BRANDIES, GINS, WINES, Ac.
44 Water Street,
John P. Kellogg, ) New York.
Henhy L. Kellogg, >
John N. Squires. J aprils *
BATH TUBS, of every description, including
the Plunge, Hip and Hat Bath, and a new ar
ticle, which combines economy with comfort. It is
the plunge or long bath tub to which is attached a
small suction and force pump—capable of eleva
ting the water to a height of 8 feet, thereby afford
ing the luxury of a Shower Bath, without extra
expense or trouble—it being so arranged that a
person standing in the tub can elevate the water by
means of the pump in a f6w seconds; it is so ar
ranged as to be easi ! y detached and thrown into
the same small compass an ordinary bath tub
would occupy, and as easily adjusted again for op
eration. For sale by B. F, CHEW.
Bagging, rope, &c.—~
50 bales Gunny Bagging, old importation;
300 coils Rope;
50 bbls Fisk’s Magnolia Whisky;
125 boxes Adamantino Candles;
200 bags Rio Coffee;
6 tierces Rice.
Just received and for 3ale by
BELCHER A HOLLINGSWORTH.
TO MEDICAL STUDENTS. — A
ment of Dissecting and other Surgical .a
ments, for sale low for cash. Medical
are invited to call ani examine. en
n ° TlB iff WM ' HAINES . Drt ggist.
TACTILE.— AH person#* Adopted to James »f.
IN Simpson are requested tornado immediate
payment to tho undersigned ; and all persons havl
ing claims against him will please present the
sau >e- ' JOSEPH S. CLARK,
septl 4 Assigi ees.
REMOVED. # m.
riIHE FAMILY GROCERY, kept by G. E
A Boulineau, has been removed to the Stere
lately occupied by Christian Salm, where the un
dersigned would be glad to show to hislriends, aud
the public generally, a large and well selected
stock of GROCERIES, consisting of Sugar*Sff„ ’
Rico, Hour, Crackers, Butter, Lard, Cheese, Tea’
Liquors, ot all kinds, at all prices, Segars and To! B
bacco, at ail prices.
E^ vl4 GEORGE E. BOULINEAU.
1 BAGS Rio Coffee, just received by
o cJU SCRANTON, SEYMOUR ACO
DOvl No : 2 Warren Bleck.
1 ( W 1 ®RLS ohoioo Ntw Orleans SvruiK
A VjFva 10 bbls Golden Syrup.
n «> vl SCRANTON, SEYMOUR A CO.
Segars, SEGARS.—2OO,OOO Segars of various
qualities, some equal to any ever sold in this f
market, for sale by THAYER A BUTT.
BKOUMS, TU BS, buckets!-Malto BaskaM
Ac., a large supply now landing
oot7 THAYER* BUTT