DAILY TRUE DEMOCRAT.
COURT CALENDAR FOR 1860.
ft* VIHRB BT IRC HBVTHKRX RECORDEIt.
JANUARY. 1 JULY.
4 Moadav, Chatban lit Monday, KUyd
M Molay, Floy* iik Monday, Lumpkin
4tk Nfoaday, Richmond AUGUST.
Lumpxia* U Clark
lit Monday, Clark Dawson,
Id Monday, Campbell pi Moadai, Forsyth
law so a Glascock
M Monday Forsyth Meriwether
Meriwether Jtk Maaday, Baldwin
4th Monday, Baldwin Monroe
Paulding i Walker
Taliaferro Thursday after, Pieice
MARCH. Hst Monday, Appling
st Tr>>uUy, Pieice, Chattooga
at Mfiahy. Appling i Cherokee
Gwinnett 1 Moigan
Madison Monday, Butts
\ Monday. Butts Elbert
Washingtonfcld Mondar, Cobb
dMr nosy Cbb Hart
Newton j Talbot
Tatnall ‘4th Monday, Clay
Krl*\ aftes Bulloch Emanuel
4m .Monday Clay, Lee
Emanuel i Twiggs
White jMond'v after t E . ,
Wilkes J 4th Monday \ Lchol ”
Ub Thursday, Montgomery.
M-iod’y after [ EehoD OCTOBER.
Vb Monday f fctfingham Ist Monday, Carroll
APRIL. I Dooly
&. Monday Carroll j Early
Taylor Tuesday after, Pike
Warren Wedn\Ty 44 Rabun
Wilkinson >Jd Monday, Charlton
}d Mcnduy Charlton Fannin
Twubos) after Mclntosh 3d Momdsv, Camden
trf Monday Camden Franklin
Jell- i son * Jones
Jones ‘ Murray
Libci ty Oglethorpe
Blew art Worth
Worth Thursd’y aft’r Montgomery
ThnnuP) ufl'i,Bryan \ Wayne
Wayne 4th Monday, Banks
thMrndny. Banks Decatur
hursd'y ufter.lrwin Wilcox
nday altar, Telfair Thursd’y after,lrwin
tonday after Berrien Friday after, Telfair
st Monday, Clayton NOVEMBER.
Gilmer Ist Monday Berrien
Mrrday Bibb Milton
Chatham ‘2d Monday, Bibb
Monday Chattahoochee Mitchell
Quitman 3d Monday. Chattahoochee
Troup | Spalding
Union ! Troup
4thVndiiy Calhoun ,4th Monday, Calhoun
Terrell Thursday afte-, Mclntosh
Towns Monday after, Colquitt
Lair Mcnduy, Col.juitt do. do. Liberty
JUNK. Moud’y aft’r, Liberty,Bryan
Ist Monday Lowndc? DECEMBER.
Doufftierty Ist Monday, Dougherty
and Monday, brooks nJd Monday, Johnson
Johnson Brook 3
4 Monday, Thomas pd Monday, Thomas
k Monday Richmond
•The bill changing the lime for holding the Superior
fourt-s for Lumpkin county, contained also a section
regulating the service of Jurors for said county, and a
tcftion attaching the same to the Western Circuit It
passed the Senate in this shape, but the House struck
out all except the section regulating the Jurors, and the
Senate concurring in the amendment, the Superior
Bourts for Lumpkin county have not been changed, and
the county In still attached to the Blue Kldge Circuit.
KMICUU, TAYLOR, DIYIYE k I'll,
Of'rct LAFAYETTE UML , Broad Street, be
tmern Jneknon and Campbell Street.
AHil STA, LA.
HAVING bought out the Job Printing Office
of Jbrkmiai! Morutis, to which we have
made largo additions of
HEW & BEAUTIFUL TYPE,
Wo nro troll prepared t - do every description cf
BOOK AND JOB PRINTING, “in as neat style
as any other office in the State, such as
Bill Hoad . Circulars,
Freight Lints, Way Bills,
Cotton Receipts, Railroad Receipts,
Scale Books, Bank Checks,
Ball Tickets, Notes, Ac.
AND EVERY DESCRIPTION OF
& SACT mWTmQ”
Wc shall constantly make new additions t<* our
already extensive Job Department. Being piao
tiral printers, and having had long experience in
every department of the ‘‘art preservative of all
arts,” wo Ratter ourselves that we shall bo able to
- give full sat in faction to all who may favor us with
All work shall he done neatly, correctly, and
with despatch, and at os tuio print ns any other
establishment in the city.
A go-d supply of all kinds of LAW
BLANKB. to suit all the Courts f Georgia, kept
constantly on hand, for Milo.
Augusta, Ga., July 18, 1860.
Thu Co-partnership of DOBEY A MOSHER,
in the lintel business at the United States
Hotel, was dissolved on tl c 29th of last June, by
August 24, dtf
BENJAMIN & GOODRICH,
265 Broad Bt., Augusta, Ga. 265.
We are now receiving anew and good
assortment of FURNITURE, made ex
pressly for us, by the best manufactors, and
the STYLE, QUALITY and PRICES
CANNOT BE EXCELLED BY ANY HOUSE
In this City or State.
Stock consists of ROSEWOOD,
MAHOGANY,and WALNUT PARLOR
SETTS; MAHOGANY, OAK and WAL
NUT DINING ROOM SETTS; MA
HOGANY, WALNUT and PAINTED
SIDE-BOARDS, CENTRE TABLES, CARD TABLES, HAT RACKS,
TETE-A-TETES, FRENCH BEDSTEADS, EXTENSION
TABLES, SAFES, COTTAGE BEDSTEADS,
WARDROBES, RECLINING CHAIRS,
FRENCH WORK TABLES,
BUREAUS, WHAT NOTS, BOOK CASES, WASH STANDS, TEA
POYS, DESKS, CANTIBURYS, SIDE AND CORNER
ETANZA, LOUNGES, &c., &c.
A large Stock of Parlor, Dining Room, COTTAGE and Rocking
CHAIRS, different styles and quality.
GILT, VELVET BORDERED and LANDSCAPE—New and Hand
WINDOW CORNICES, CURTAIN BANDS and LOOPS.
A large Stuck of Mahogany and Gilt LOOKING GLASSES, LOOKING
GLASS PLATES, of every size ;
nair, Moss, Palm Leaf and Cotton MATTRESSES:
PUTNAM SPRING BEDS, the best in use.
UggrWll kinds of FURNITURE MANUFACTURED TO ORDER,
and REPAIRING done with neatness and dispatch.
Furniture Ware I*oolll.
0. A. PLATT & CO,
214 Broad Street, Augusta, Georgia
We invite attention to our large and general assortment of FURNITURE. Many of our
patterns are entirely NEW. and made lip expressly for our trnde; and can confidently say that
our arrangements arc such for the Manufaetuie and Sale of everything in our line, thut we
can olfer inducements unequalled by any House in the Southern country.
PARLOR, DINING ROOM and CHAMBER FURNITURE, in every variety, and Uphol
stered in Broeatelle, Hair Cloth, and Rep;
Enameled CHAMBER and COTTAGE SETTS ;
TETE-A-TETES, WARDROBES; BUREAUS. WASHSTANDS,
SIDEBOARDS, HAT RACKS, WHAT-NOTS ;
Cottage and French BEDSTEADS. LOUNGES,
EXTENSION TABLES, BOOK-CASES, DESKS, Ac.
A LARGE STOCK OF
P 11& AND MANTLE MIRRORS.
HALL, DINING, PARLOR, OFFICE. RECLINING, ROCKING and FANCY CHAIRS, in
HA lib MOSS AND COTTON MATTRESSES.
OF EVERY STYLE NOW IN USE
Repairing, in all its Branches, executed with Neatness and Dispatch,
oods Packed and Bent to the Depots, or Hamburg, Free of Charge.
sept 29-6 in
Carpets! Carpets! Carpets!
C. A. PLATT & CO.,
Respectfully invite the attention of purchasers to their extensive stock of New ami Benutifu
Patterns, which has been selected with great care, and will be sold at the smallest possible cost, on
Our Stock consists of Medallion Velvet Carpets; Crossley’s English Velvet and Brussels Car
pets; Imperial Three-Ply and Ingrain Carpets; Cotton, llemp and Venetian Carpets.
4'ruiiib Cloths, Unis and ita every Variety.
In our CURTAIN DEPARTMENT, we have a large and beautiful assortment. Many of our
styles have been imported direct from Europe, and we can confidently commend our Goods for
inspect ion, us affording the very best assortment ever offered in this market.
BROCATELUS.ami tSATIN DELAINES, in new designs;
DAM ASK'S, in nil qualities and colors;
Lace, Muslin and Nottingham CURTAINS—some very cheap;
CENTRE TASSELS. LOOPS, GIMPS, PICTURE TASSELS, CORDS, Ac.;
WINDOW SHADES, iu every design ;
CORNICES, PINS and BANDS, u full assortment.
Os all widths, which we will Cut and Put Down without extra charge, and guaranteed to fit
Claiming to be the oldest Carpet House in the city, we respectfully invite an inspection
of our Goods and can safely promise that our stock of Carpets is fresh and new, having but
a few pieces left over from last year; so we hope those desiring to purchase will give us
a call, as we never consider an inspection of our Goods impose an obligation.
Curtains ami Carpets made up with Dispatch
AND WARRANTED TO PLEASE
C. A. Platt & Cos.,
ORIGINAL CARPET HOUSE,
211 Broad Street, Augusta, Georgia.
Kaaffer, Baum & Cos.,
DRY GOODS DEALERS,
Under the Augusta Hotel, Augusta. Ga.
Would inform their numerous customers that their stock of Fall and Winter DRY
GOODS is in store now. Novelties are added weekly by every steamer.
Our Store is the Largest in Georgia!
NOBODY CAN UNDERSELL US!!
Having another Dry Goods establishment in New York, and a resident partner in
the Northern market, buying exclusively for CASH, are reasons enough that
our facilities cannot be surpassed by any other Southern house.
We would say, that we sell our BLANKETS, KERSEYS, LINSEYS, OSNA
BURGS, MARLBOROS, HOMESPUNS, etc., at Factory Prices !
As an extra bargain we quote :
Colored Silks 50 to 75c.
All Wool DeLaines, new styles.... 45, 50, 600.
Poplins, elegant patterns $1 00 to 1 26
Woolen Plaids 12$, 18|, 25c.
Woolen Plains, double width 25c.
Paramattas, all quality 124 c
New DeLaines, worth 25 cents 12$c. 0*
Opera Flannels, in all colors 50, 62$c.
Red Wool Flannels 20c.
Kentucky Jeans 18|o.
Satinets 87$, 50c
Fast Colored Calicoes Bc.
Shirts and Drawers, from 60c up
All Linen Towels 12$c.
Embroidered Bands 25, 30, 40,50 c.
do. Collars 12$, 25, 30 and up
Boys Collars 10, 150.
Embroidered Sets (Collars and Sleeves) 750-
All Linen Handkerchiefs 75c. per doz.
All Linen Handkerchiefs, hem-stitched $2.50 to $3 per doz.
Ladies’ Merino Vesta 75c, $1
French Corsets 75c., $1 and up
Porte Monnais 25, 37, and 50e
etc., etc-, etc.
Our Manufactory in Cloaks,
(THE ONLY ONE IN THE SOUTHERN STATES,)
Produces everything that is new, comfortable and becoming. Ladies’ and Chil
drens’ Cloaks made to Order.
oC?”Cloaks cut and fitted by an experienced lady.
KA IJFFER, BA UM & CO.,
UNDER THE AUGUSTA HOTEL,
seplfi-tt Augusta, Ga.
; rpHE MARKED and ever extending popularity of SINGER’S SEWING MACHINES—both in
A America and Europe—in such as best to establish their superiority over all others in the market,
i Sewing Machines—so-cai.lf.d —may bo bought, it is true, for a smaller amount of dollars, but it is
! mistaken economy to invest anything in a worthless or unreliable article, and those who will do so
! must abide the consequences.
Singer’s. New Family Machines.
In order to place thu best Family Machine in tlio world within the reach of all, we have reduced
our letter. A Mnchine beautifully ornamented—to S6O; plain SSO.
Singer's No. 1 and 2 Standard Shuttle Machines,.both of very general application and Capacitv
and popular both in the family and manufactory. Prices reduced, respectively from $135 atid $l5O to
S9O and SIOO. Sihger’s Standard Shuttle Machine, for carriage makers and heavy leather work
price, complete, $125. Also, to complete the list, u’l entirely new article, unequalled for manufac
turing purposes ; NOISEI.KBS, RAPID, and capable of every kind of work I Price, including iron stand
and drawers, sll0 —cheaper at that, in view of its value, than the Machine of any other Maker as a gift.
All of Singer's Machines make the interlocked stitch with two threads, which is -ho best stitch
known. Every person desiring to procure full and reliable information about Sewing Machines, their
sizes, prices, working capacities, and the best methods of purchasing, can obtain it by sending for a
copy of I. M. SINGER A CO.’S GAZETTE, which is a beautiful pictorial paper, ontirely devoted
to the subject. It will bo supplied gratis.
Tho above are the net cash prices—transportation from the New York office to tho place of sale,
will ho charged. I. M. SINGER A CO., 182 j Broad-street, Augusta, Ga.
jy!9-tf M. COHEN, Agent.
RAMSEY & LABAW,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN AND MANUFACTURERS OF
HATS, CAPS, TRUNKS, CARPET BAGS, VALISES, &C.
308. BRO STREET, 308.
(Brown Stoue Building, opposite the Union Bank, and nearly opposite the Planters’ Hotel,)
Our Clothing is WELL MADE, and is of the most fashioxble kind. Having superior
facilities for manufacturing, they will be sold CHEAP. oct2l-diw2m
! fIBGHSTADEI£CTIV£ POLICE AUEICY
JOSEPH B. RAMSEY
HAVING been elected and duly qualified loac
as Constable and Detective Agent, will de
I vote his entire attention to the Detection of RUN
I AW AYS AND FUGITIVES FROM JUSTICE,
especially those who have committed frauds upon
I BANKS, INSURANCE AND RAILROAD COM
PAN IBS, MERCHANTS, Ac.; will collect Notes
and Accounts, and assist Attorneys in pi oeuriu l ’
Evidence, Ac.; will arrest and return Criminal. i.
any part of the United States.
■ READ QUARTERS,
Office on Jackson Street, near Warren Block. Al
Orders left at tho Office, or with A. D. Picquist,
J. I\, will be promptly attended t*. Refers, by
Hon. Foster Blodoet, Jr., Mayor C. A.
Hon. Bexj. Conley, Ex-Mayor C. A.
Hon. Geo. W. Evans, “ “ “
James M. Dye, Esq.
Edwin Richards, Recorder C. A.
Messrs. Scranton A Zimmerman.
Hon. Bknj. H. Warren.
William M. Beall.
Augustus D. Picqukt, J. P,
Augusta, July 19, 1860, ts
.A. BOOK FOR THE TIMES.
®Twm fossae ti
THE FATE oT’THE UNION.
THE übore named work was written by James M. Smythe, the present Editor of Tiie True
Democrat*. Already it has had an extended circulation, and it has been pronounced the BOOK
FOR THE TIMES. In comparison with the “Helper Book” we can only say —“Look on this pic- j
ture, a**'} then on that.”
SOMERS,” though dressed in a garb of pleasing romance, is yet one of the strongest !
arguments on the slavery question that has ever yet been published.
Send immediately for a copy of this work. Price sl, and sent free of postage. Address
H. D. NOR R ELL, Publisher.
uvtlo-tf AUCUSTA, GEORGIA.
College of Georgia
AT AUGUSTA, GA.
flllll’: goth REGULAR COURSE OF LEC
JL TURKS will begin on MONDAY’, the sth of
November next : but there will he u Preliminary ,
Course, beginning two weeks previous to the Reg
Anatomy—H. F. Campbell, M. I).
Surgery—L. A. Dug ah, M. D.
Chemistry—Joseph Jones, M. D.
Pr.M'-i.v—L. D. Ford, M. 1):
Physiology m l Pathological Anatomy—H. \
M. Miller. M. ]>.
Obstetrics—J. A. Eve, M. D.
Materia M**dica, Thorapcutirs and Medical Ju
risprudence—l. P. Garvin, M. D.
Adjunct Prof, of Obstetrics— Rob’t Campbell
Prosector to Professor of Anatomy—S. 11. Sim
mons, M. D.
Demonstrator of Anatomy —ll. W. D. Ford,
Assistant Demonstrator—J. L. Coleman, M. D.
Curator Museum—T. P. Cleveland, M. D.
The Anatomical Rooms have been re-arranged,
and will bo opened to Students at the beginning
of the Course. For further particulars, apply to
sep6-d3xwtd I. P. GARVIN, Dean.
TO BE FOUND AT
SAMUEL DICKEY’S STORE,
Broad Street. Angnita. (Nr.
VELVET AND CLOTH
OF THE MOST
SCOTCH PLAIDS, L
CHENILLE AND GRAY.’
These, with an extensive variety of othor Fab
rics, will be sold much below the usual prieo at
TO BE HAD AT
THE FAVORITES MOW
TO THE I. A DIES, AT
Ladies’ White, Slate, Brown, and Mixed JKkStR
from 75 cents to $6 per dozen.
Men’s Half HOSE, from 75 cents t 6 $6 per Jt*eJ|
Misses’ HOSE, well assorted.
Beys’ HOSE, assorted. A full supply of Gentle
men's MERINO VESTS and DRAWERS, at
VERY LOW PRICES, at
. _I P ‘hi, .Ir.pjuijaac 1a kw>. r td. --
The Ladies are assured that the Latest Styles,
from the best foreign markets, and of the host mu
tonal, are amongst the following articlos:
Jaonnett and Swiss EDGINGS and INSERT
Jaconett BANDS and FLOUNCINGS;
COLLARS, of the most beautiful Needle Work :
Swiss and Jaconett SETTS, without limit, and
will he sold at exceedingly MODERA TE RRICE-E
THE STOCK IS
LARGE AND VARIED,
CONSISTING, IN I'ART, OF
PLAIN BLACK SILK,
BLACK AND CHINCE BROCADES.
BROCADES AND STRIPES,
ROBES 7 VOLANTES,
STRIPES AND BAYADERES,
WHITE, PINK, SKY, AND LAVENDER.
Groat care and attention was devoted in select
ing the above, so as to.procure the most desirable
Goods for the Augusta market, which can new be
DRESS GOODS !
OTTOMAN POPLINS, GRISSEI.LES;
FRENCH AND ENGLISH MERINOS ;
DELAINES, COBUROS, PARAMATAS;
ALPACCAS, AND BOMBAZINES.
All of which will be
JACONETT, SWISS, NAINSOOK, MULL;
BISHOP AND VICTORIA LAWN ;
With a large stnek of real Irish LINEN, import
ed direct to myself, which fact will insure a lu-ge
saving in price to purchasers, at
This department is well worth a call from per
sons desirous of buying;
FLANNELS, BLANKETS, SHIRTINGS;
SHEETINGS, PILLOW CASING. COTTONS j
TOWELS, TICKINGS, LINENS;
BLEACHED AND BROWN DAMASKS.
Quality and price should be an objeot to all
Housekeepers, and if so, both can be realised at
In this line, I challenge competition, and sim
ply say that I discount my own paper at 8 per
cent., which enables me to soli Negro Goods
cheaper than any other house which buys on
credit. My stock is large, and consists of OBNA
BURGS, BLANKETS, KERSEYS, PLAINS.
oct2o-tl BROAD STRRE